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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 16, 1932
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Johns Elected Clerk; I Young Democrats Completion Will Be of Rushed 28 Grammar Schools Commissioners Order




Alvarez Is Still Chief; Met Here Monday; section,For of July state .road OpeningThe No. 28 Are Facing Crisis 50 Per Cent Reduction Jt


extending from Bunnell to San
Will! Get Charter Mateo Palatka Griffis Announces
: near will be paved
before July 1, 1933, according to
Voting Largest Ever promises made by H. H. Wells, In 1931 Certificates .

Congressman) Green Condemns Republican state road department chairman, S\\ Month's Term Likely" Vulnm

Rule-Urgro Re- George B. Hills, Jacksonville, road More Money Is SfIt'ul't'd-f- -- -
I duction of Salaries commissioner, and Chief Road En- ficials HopefulIt

460 Ballots Cast How They VotedIn gineer.\. Duncan.. Many Land Owners Frazee InstructedTo
The date when that section of
One hundred and fifty Democrats may be necessary to cut the
In City Election City ElectionFor from all over the county met at the the highway I Is to be completed grammar grades of Bradford coun- Promise Redemption Delay ActionMove
was given by the road officials In ty schools to a six month's term -
court house Monday for the
night It la estimated by county -
Mlddteton la New Mayor-Knight Mayor: W. E. Middle- purpose of recruiting members for an interview In Jacksonville.Paving unless additional funds are forthcoming officials that one-half of the Taken In Effort To Ge'Prol"'rty
of
the stretch will save
toon. 371. Superintendent A. J. Grlf-
Tax the Bradford County Club of the off tax books Bark on County
Unopposed For City property now
22 miles Bunnell and Pa '
betweep tie announced this week.
For Alderman for
one Florida League of Demo-
Young Tax Hook
t, Assessor year: W. M. Edwards 206 J. crats. Many who attended the latka and will be a great conven- I It Is expected by school officials will the be redeemed cent as a reduction resultof -

ience to East Coast residents goingto that the recent action of the County I fifty per
L. J. T
Frazee 78
Quigley meeting were over the limit of
takenIn age Northwest Florida and interior authorized by the county E. 'V. ftayes' tax assessor off
The greatest Interest ever thirty-five but members In cutting state tax certificates
a city election was shown Tuesday 153.For Alderman for two were enrolled, which thirty number entitles points between.Cawthon. fifty per cent will secure the commissioners Bradford county baa been notified '
land
when In spite of rainy weathera years: W. H. Andrews 174, P. the club to a charter amount of '6, OO for use in the who Among have large owner. by the board of county commissioners
promised redemption to place a value of
total of 460 votes were cast by schools Big land owners IB the fifty percent
M. Barefoot 249, O. L. Beas
Congressman R. A. Green of all cent
was or all
a large per : upon outstanding stat tax.
electors In Starke. Scores county have promised to redeem
qualified ley 255 H. A. Bishop 174, T. the principal speaker of the eve- of outstanding tax sale certificate 'sale certificate lands In the county ,
A. Futch. whii baa held the offIce certificates and if this amount la
C N. Kendrick 244 ning. In condemning the Republican are: R. L. Black and as shown by the 1931 tax roll This
twen- received the schools will be able to ;
of clerk for the past I
city For Clerk Treasurer and
party for years of misgovernment Company. Powell-Smith and action waa taken at a called meeting -
ty-two years, was defeated by CarlJohn.8 Tax Collector: J. H. Fields 66, Mr. Green said: County Officers run their full terms. Company, Empire Lumber of the> commissioners held
offices of At a called of the school
combined meeting
for the C. A. Futch 175, Carl Johns "The cost of government, local, Company Dan !Howell hogan Monday In an effort to have tax
trustees of Starke and
and tax collectorby Lawtey
clerk, treasurer 214. state and national has Increased to Smith and R. A. Weeks sale certificates, now outstanding f
214. to 175.: J. H. Hampton and the school board last
vote of
a For Tax Assessor: C. A.
an alarming degree during the last Hold on one-fourth or more of the landa
Eight Superintendent
third member of the race Up Thursday night general sentiment
Fields, a Knight 359.
forty years. This Is particularlytrue In Bradford redeemed
county, or
Estimate For AU of
in favor of the elemen-
count of 66 ballots.A. was cutting
received a For Marshal:A. L. Alvarez during the last twenty-five. purchased.Col. .

L. Alvarez was re-elected 340. J. O. Boyd 39, J. R. Col- National government has increased Stat. tary grades to six months How- Third Car of Flour J, L. Frazee, attorney appointed is
-- W S.
cblef of police by an overwhelming 73 H. L. Gatlln 6. ever, State Superintendent
his 340 votes almost ley I 730 per cent, state government 900 Tallahassee-Withholding of an- Cawthon ha told officials here recently by the commissioners -
majority, per cent local government! 645 per ,nual and data sheets the was Instructed to withhold }
reports by -
the combined count of histl1rt'e that he does not favor such procedure
trebling J.: G. Boyd J. R. cent. superintendents of public Instruc- and that It the grammar grades Arrived This WeekShipment foreclosure proceedings on the R. '
opponents, \ "The fact la, there is almost tion In eight counties of the state are cut the high school grades L. Black lands and the 8, J. Gunn
and H. L. Gatlin.
Colley W E. :Middleton, who made First Strawberries twenty per cent of the American is making it impossible for the should be cut alHo. Because of the lands until the first Monday In November ,
Dr. off of the taxes 1932 awaiting' opportunity -
people living paid state superintendent to comply number of students who
the race for the office of mayor '', large of Cotton Cloth For Use of redemption. lIt
the remainder of the popular with'urgent '
by with
requests from leave school at the end of ,the 1
without opposition, received 371 tion. The greater part of the cost other eountief for estimates of apportionments eighth grade and' the comparatively of School Children la estimated by the tax aseHsor *- :G:
votes. Grown DoctorAccording Expected toon that 13,730 ia tax "
By
of government Is for local and of state school money few who reach college, money
C. A. Knight unopposed for the Superln'I will be received by the If
state purposes. However It is Im- for the current fiscal year. tendent Cawthon does county
office of tax. assessor piled up a that the federal 1 I Bradford county's third car of timber tract owners carry out their
W. S. Cawthon state
perative govern I superintendent that the grammar grades should ,.
count of 359. ment further retrench In its ex government flour arrived here promises to redeem large numberof 2 4
to Sun Dial, They Were I said today that until these be sacrificed so that the high
W. M. Edwards was elected alderman penditures."At 'delinquent: counties are heard from school continue. I. Tuesday and was stored In the the outstanding state tax certificate
to serve the unexpIred term Produced at HomelandIn may building formerly occupied by J. W, *.
the recent session of con- his office can do nothing. The State Superintendent also ,
of C. F. Hoover, resigned. He received IBM gress, the Democratic House of The. counties which have with- said that If the grammar schools White & Son where the distribution Mr. Hayes also predicts that ft
208 votes against 153: for his of the last shipment took grent number of taxpayers l '
Represenatlves reduced federal appropriations held both the annual reports and were cut to a six month's term the delinquent!
nearest opponent J. T. Quigley.The Plant City-Dr. D. E. Sexton more than $650,000- data sheets are Duval Jackson high school would be removed from I place. will redeem their propertyas

three aldermen elected for according to the Sun Dial published 000.00. The legislative appropriation and Hardee, while Franklin Bradford the accredited list. Mrs. N. D. Walnwrlght actingchairman shown by the 1931 tax roll bookIn

the full two-year term were P. M. by the Peninsular Telephone bill was reduced more than and Lee counties have not of the Bradford County order to save others from buy

Barefoot, O. L. Beasley and T. N. company, was the first man to pro- thirty per cent, and should have .I sent In their annual reports and e Chapter of the Red Cross says that Ipg it at half price. k

Kendrick.Few duce strawberries in the state of been reduced fifty per cent. The Hamilton and Plnellas counties Mrs. Poppell Dies distribution will begin Saturdayfor Following are the minute of ,
names were written in on Florida. The Sun Dial. In Its September salaries of the governor cabinet still are withholding data sheeta ; white people and Tuesday for the meeting In full! '; ,

the ballots that of Jacob Johns ap- Issue, has the folowlng article officers members of Congress and for the computation of instruction Pioneer Resident colored. The store will be openedat The Board of County ,CommU i

pearing five times for the office of : I other high paid officals should ba units. I 8:10: o'clock In the mornings and loners of Bradford county, Florida

mayor and that of H. C. Wall three "It might be natural to assume cut from fifty to seventy-five per These. report. and data sheets will remain open until 12:30: p. m. met in a called meeting on ,
times for the name office. The that a farmer was the first man cent. were due not later than August Had Mad Her Homo In Bradford The committee in charge wishesto September 12th, 1932 for the purpose

name of S. G. Lewis was also writ.. In the state to successfully raise "The American people will never 10, almost a month ago, Mr. Caw County For The Past thank thane who have assisted In of arranging come plan to ?

ten in once for mayor, but his well ,strawberries, but according to our again have faith and confidencein thon said; 'The law requires that Fifty-Six Venn the work. The city has unloaded get all state tax sale certificate

wisher forgot to add a cross mark information the first man to actually their government and In the county superintendents have themin the flour each time, furnishing redeemed or purchased and to con. '

so the vote was not counted. :' grow berries of satisfactorysize economic stability of their country the office of the state depart People of Bradford and Union trucks and men, under the super eider any other matter that might

and flavor was a doctor. until salaries are reduced. The ment by that time. counties were saddened Sunday vision of Chief of Police A. L. Alvarez. legally come before the board. "

Chapman Tells' I "Dr.* D. E. Saxton ia the claIm- Democratic party stands In favorof HIM Recourse morning when it became known Buildings have been loaned All members were present a* }

ant to that honor. He came in to these reductions and the Repub- The state superintendent stated that Mrs Nancy Poppell pioneer for storage by H. A Bishop andF. follows: J. L. Underhill chairman; ; ,

Causes of Crime see us last month and we had a lican party stands obstinately that he has recourse at such delinquent resident of this section and wife C. Holllngaworth. J. G. Crews. O. W. Hindoo, J M.
most interesting talk about this against them. Cabinet officialsand county superintendentsand of J. H. Poppell bad died satur- Lawtey and Hampton will be Rosier and R. T. Ostsen.

section of the state as It was thirtyor other high Republican officials could Instruct the chairmenof day night In Jacksonville at River served In their districts by their Messrs. R. L. Black, Dan Howell -

Davtona Beach, Sept.. 14. forty years ago. Among other lobbied on the floor of the Houseof the county school boards to 'side Hospital, after an illness of own committees, as It Is believed R. A. Weeks, L. O. Powell L. fd! a

Twelve hundred of the. 1600 con things, he told us that back in '85: Represenatlves and throughoutthe withhold the salary check of the 'several weeks death resulting from that the needs of these communities I C. Powell K. W. Hunter, presidentof

victs at the Florida State Farm at when he Was practicing medicinein capitol In opposition to reduc- county superintendents until their Inflamatlon of the brain. At the can best be served locally. the Empire Lumber Company, L.

RaIford are there as the result of Homeland, he declared he want ing the cost of federal government; reports' are received but be hesi- ,. time of her death all of her children The shipment of cotton cloth D. Vinlng. B. W. Hayes. tax assessor

excessive use of intoxicating liquor ed some strawberries. In spite of but the Democratic party, even tated to do this because he did not were with her except J. .W. which has been secured by the Red Hogan Smith and others '

L. F. Chapman superintendent the ridicule of his neighbors he though it had only one branch of wish to embarass anyone or appear -: Poppell of ElPaso. Texas. Cross for use In clothing schoolchildren Interested;! t ware prevent during the ? ,

of the prison farm, told the had strawberry plants sent down the federal government, (the House to be hard ion the county officers. The funeral was held Monday has not arrived yet but Is discussion ;g, !

Kiwanis Club here today.Mr. from Georgia planting them In his of Represen&tives), was able to morning at the New River Baptist, expected dally Mr. R. A. Weeks again asked v.

Chapman former represen-I yard. They grew and prospered, overcome their opposition last "It la impossible for the office of church, the deceased having beena for a reduction from 1220000 to G

tative in the legislature from Vo- and It may be posels le that this spring and reduce federal appropriations the state superintendent to com member of this church for fifty- $150000 on personal property assessment .

lusla county, said that In his opinion -. was the modest beginning of one from fifteen to thirty per ply with the requests of other six years The funeral service,waa Colley Resigns of 1930. On motion duly ;.

the road to the penitentiarywas of Florida's. most successful corps." sent. counties where the county, superintendents conducted by Rev. O. P. Raymond,' seconded and by vote same was"* { ry
three factors -+ assisted by Rev. L. O. Hemingway From Council agreed to. \ k 5
paved chiefly by I "Since 1920 when the Republican have been prompt with ;
-lack of parental Instruction, liquor Scholarship Goes party obtained control of both their reports." he said "until the I and Rev. S., S. Proctor of Lake I Motion by R. T. Oiteen, second

and desire 'to make money branches of Congress and the presidency necessary data from all countiesIs Butler Mrs. A. E. Wall. Mrs. J. The city council of the city of ed by O. W. Htnaon, was made to I

without work. Work he said provided To Evelyn Stump ,,tariff rates on manufactured tecelved." 1 D. Doyle and Mr. John Powell Starke met In regular cession with adopt the following resolution a 1 ,

the best solution of the con- articles have twice been Increased One of the countlea from which softly sang "Coming Home" and I the following members present; W. "That whereas, there are now

vict's problems, and the Raiford and likewise income and there has been no annual report "In the Sweet Bye and Dye", and 1' L. Wall, chairman; J. F. Colley, J. outstanding state tax sale oertifl-
farm Is operated with the aim of W. S. Cawthon, State Superin- Inheritance taxes have twice been boa only two schools operating, Mr. Powell also sang "The City C. Manning, N. Sternberg cates on one-fourth or more of the

preparing its Inmates to live hon- tendent of Public Instruction an- reduced. These measures have Mr. Cawthon said. Three) othersare Four Square," as a solo. I' Mrs Thelma John complainedof lands In Bradford county; and f EI

orable lives when their sentences nounced this week that Miss Evelyn -, tended to concentrate all the large counties and the total of Nancy Amanda Bacon was born assessment on lots In'J. D. Jones whereas, we believe it to be to the t

are served. He said only about 4 Stump has been awarded the wealth in the country in the handsof their reports would have a definite June lit 1853 In Bryan county 1 Addition. After due considerationshe best Interest of all tax payer that I

per cent of the prisoners in the county scholarship from Bradford I a special favored few. The Republicans .. bearing on estimates of mon- Ga., and at the time of her death was allowed reduction of $100on some arrangement be made that I

Florida Institution return for a sec county In place of Miss Margaret cannot be depended upon eys to be allotted all the countiesby waa seventy-nine years of age. She aame. would Induce and make possible .

ond term. Dodd, who was originally an- for re-distribution of wealth to the the state, he stated. was united In marriage with James The mlllsge for the current year the redemption and or sale of said ,
nounced as winner Henry Poppell on October 24th, certificates; "
country or to the farmers of the was assessed aa follows: 5 i (
WOLFE COMPANY MIss Dodd's right to the award country or to bring back safety 1872, and they lived congenially together General fund. 8 mllla. Therefore be It resolved, that w* :, i

CONTRACT was contested on the grounds that and wholesome conditions but we Relief CommitteeWill for almost sixty years. The, Road and bridge fund, 4 mills do Instruct the tan assessor to, '

GETS 13 she was graduated from the Key- can acafely depend upon the Demo- deceased had lived In this section Interest fund, 6 mills. place upon all outstanding state i I ,

stone Heights High School. which cratic party to bring back these Meet Again for fifty-six ;years and was known Sinking fund. 2 mill*. tax certificate lands a value of fifty ;I, ,: ,
Actual low bidders on four projects Is not accredited. She has been conditions if elected.No as a true wife, a devoted mother Total. 20 mills for all purpose per cent of the amount as shown I /<
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for which contracts will be given a dining room scholarship greater standard bearers meeting of the Bradford a faithful church member and a Mr. J. F. Colley tendered his resignation by the 1931 tax roll on said stat : ; i d
awarded by the state road depart- Cawthon said. Another I She Is survivedby tax sale certificate land ."
neighbor. *
Superintendent have ever been nominated by the Committee for the Destitute !. good as a member of the city f ,
ment were announced last week.A American people than Governor County and Unemployed will be held her husband, J. II. Poppell; four 1 council and requested that same be After discussion the vote was u. ... lit s' 1
j
list of the apparent low bid.I ROAD THIRTEEN Roosevelt and Speaker Garner. afternoon sons, J. C. Poppell, of Plant City; accepted Immediately.It follow: J. M. Rosier, Dlat. No. !? 1
court house Saturday
ders were made public when the I' NOW' COMPLETED Likewise David Sholtz, whom I at the at 3 o'clock at the request of E. R. Poppelt. of Ocala; T. W. Pop- i was, agreed that came wouldbe not voting; J. O. Crews, Diet. No. .

bids were opened but tabulation believe will be elected governor of Governor Doyle E. Carlton. pell, of ElPano, Texas and T. J. i accepted at the September 20th 2, not voting; G. W. Hlnson Diet : e j 1
and checking of the bids revealedthe or Poppell of Oroveland; two daughters I Mr, did No.4. voted yes; R. T. Osteen ; .
With the completion of the lay- Florida by a majority of three A recent meeting of the committee meeting provided Colley < .
first announcement was In er Mrs. J. J. Coliton of Lake Butler i not reconsider same. Dist No. 6, voted yes; J. L. Underhill .
of the rock base on the miss- four to one. decided that it would not be
ing '
ror.The that there will be not and Miss Ruble :Mae Poppell of The council adjourned to the regular chairman, voted yes The J''
ing link of state road No. 13 be- I trust advisable to ak for funds for use I II
actual low bidder on project Starke; three sisters Mrs. Jennie 20th, resolution was, therefore, declared, t t
Bradford meeting, September
Rosewood distance be a single voter in coun- at this time. However .
and a >
E-W: tween Ellzey In the county 4
construction work on nine Dasher, of Savannah Ga.; Mrs. O.ML. adopted. ? #
than 12 miles this ty who. will cast his ballot for any G M. homes chairman of I 1932. .. '
miles: of of more I Ga.fI ''
road 13 Hazclhurst
in Alachua county the Bogsted of Upon motion of J. M. Rosier
went to H. E. Wolfe Construction state highway la now bard-sur candidate not nominated" by the committee, received a letter i Mra. Clinton Sims, of Pembroke 1 1I NOTICE seconded by G. W. Hlnaon the'' .1

Company of St. Augustine for faced all the way from Gainesvilleto Democratic party. from Governor Carlton this week Ga.; one brother, J. B. Bacon, of board requested the clerk to notify ;'. '
3268.818.44. Cedar Key on the Gulf of Mex Col J. L. Frazee who was mana- urging that an organization meet. I Plans are being made to entertain I' t
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Pembroke Ga., thirteen grandchildren Mr. J. L. Frazee that the foreclosure
ger of the Roosevelt and Henesiy Ing be held at the earliest possible I the Woodmen of Stark, members i

KINDERGARTEN. NOTICE ico.Mayor George Lewis of Cedar Headquarters In New York state convenience. I and six greatgrandchildren. of the Woodmen of the World R. procedure L. Black land as ordered and S.uponthe J. <'i '
of when Roosevelt was making his C and Woodmen Circle of Ocala
Key reports that the completion In the family Gunn land be withheld! until the ". '
Mrs GeorgwKenlY: this road work reduces the dis- campaign for the U. S. Senate In GREEN FILLS ENGAGEMENTS I The Interment was Sept. 27tn. At this time there will ; !1. ,
In
will open : \ plot In New River cemetery under flrat Monday November, 1932, R i
addressed the gathering. be of the charter In
also "
her Gainesville and the 1914, the-draping ,
kindergarten 19th. 0 tance between Williams awaiting the for .d
on Sept. the direction of Hardage opportunity redemption ;
CoL Frazee warned against Repub- Congressman R. A. Green attended I respect of Mrs. Anna Youngblood
o'clock 55 miles, cuttingoff '
at the Truby residence. Gulf to a mere morticians, of Jacksonville.A a* suggested In the foregoing : \
the Republican American
Mra. 12 miles from i lloan propaganda that calls a barbecue given by tbe and the Junior graduation.
Kenly ia experienced in approximately : profusion of choice flowers at- resolution ''I}
the Wed
I "dry" and Post at Archer --
both kindergarten and primary I the old route by way of Chlefland. party "wet" Legion and made the addressof tested to the love and esteem In Poppell and Earl Wells, all n* Plant Upon motion duly made and carried '

work having taught until this The Cedar Key mayor suggestsa I Democratic"Such propaganda party la only a nesday the evening.night Congressman Green which the deceased was held by City; Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Foppell! the Clerk was requested! to : .
year in the I Joint celebration of the openingof and friends. The pallbearers Ava Lou James all of landa '
Baltimore public smoke screen to cloud the real Issues 'will also speak at a meeting of her family Mia Poppell Pop- ; notify owners upon ,
schools and the Calvert school of the direct route to be partici- Cot Frazee said -the platforms Suwannee River Press Association i were her three sons J. C., pell of Ocala; Mra., Clinton Sims which there are outstanding state ,,
the
Baltimore. pated In by Cedar Key, Branson- of the two parties are Identical at Madison Friday afternoon' E. R.. and T. J. Poppell: a son-in- Hutbbert Sims and J. B. Bacon, of tax certificates, either by publication t" :
I Archer and Gainesville, the principal Issue except that at law, J. J. CoUon, of Lake Butler; Pembroke, Ga.; Mrs. 8. D. Carver or by letter if address la ,',
on the liquor and will fill an engagement
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WALL OST COMMITTEE towns on this section of No. use the word 're- two grandmas Joseph Poppell of and daughter, Mary Louise Mrs O. available of the opportunity to re. 4
the Republicans Branford Friday nightA
to H. c. Wall ha* been appointed President Oscar H. Thomas of the submlf where the Democrats uerepeal Plant City and James Poppell of F, Clifford, of Jacksonville; T. J. deem their lands. The clerk was:k

serve on the Democratic Advisory Gainesville Chamber of Commerce / brief address was made by G. Ocala. PoppeU. of Groveland: Mrs J. T. also requested If possible to obtain ,:',

Committee from Bradford will refer the proposal to his boardof "No of the constitution M. Inman repsentatlve to the Out of town relatives and friend Moore. Mrs W. I* Beacom and from each prospective purchaser a."
provision
county. following the resignation directors .at an early date for can be resubmitted to the Legislature, In which he urged attending the funeral were; Mr. Mrs D. L. Blackburn, of Lawtey; statement from the owner, that he./

of DeWitt c. Jones such action a* may be possible. states except by amendment," Cot farmer of this section to take an and Mra. Cecil Reale and daughter,1 I also a large number of people from or she will not avail themselves ,

Bartow _Morlonna C Drug ea./. Fr&ic said "and amendment I active interest in the proceedings I Jennie Lu CoL and Mrs J. C. Pop Lake Butler, Brooker and New <'I,
Improvement work I Marlanna necessarily Involve repeal/ of the 1932 lawmaking body pell Mis*'' Ruth Poppell, Joseph River. (Contlnueed on page B.)* J":<
underway on Central avenue. tore undergoing repairs ;>:i
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PAOm TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER ifl!

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Sunday afternoon at Brooker with Mr. Paul Alvarez have been day evening. Lake Butler moved here Saturday

Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lewis.R. spending a few days with his fa'b- Mr. Charlie Gasklna and Miss and will make this their home. Mrs

HAMPTON W. Newton of Starke pease er and mother Mr. and Mra. Mal- SAXTON ] Willie Mae Reddish attended WhItten teaches here.

through our section one day last lie Alvarez. Miss Viola Cor. church at Heilbronn Wednesday Mr. and Mra. J. B. Kite and ',
Min A in Nlmmo, Cor.Rev. Tyler,
week. There was a large crowd attend- J I night daughter, Ella Mae, of Lake Butler
? ing the party at the home of I Quite a few from here attended were visiting relatives here

F. M. Taylor attendod Miss Josephine Green last Friday. Mr. Dozier Thomas of Lacrosc the working at Pine Grove cemetery Sunday afternoon.

t preaching at Brooker last Sunday LITTLE SPRINGS Everyone" reported a nice time wall visiting his mother, Mr s, Friday. Messrs. Grady and Fred Crosbyof

4 afternoon. Mrs. E. E. Green and children, Pinkie Thomas Sunday. Mrs L. M. Murrbee and daughter Starke, were here Sunday visit

t Rev. Nuten of Starke by the request Willie Mae New-some, Cor. Lucille and little son, Everett Hoi- Mr. George Rivera was vlsitin g Miss Frankie Lou, Mr. and ing friends.

of the pastor, Rev. McGauI- lie, were the guests of Mra. Corley Mr. H. D. Tyler Monday. Mrs. R. N. Crawford and son, Robert Mrs. E. P. Johnson, who baa r

ey, preached at the Baptist church Miss Willie Mae Newsome of Johns Tuesday. Miss Lois Starling spent Satui attended :.he working at Union been visiting her son and family at

last Sunday evening. The subject Little Springs was the gueot of day night with Miss Virgin church last Thursday. Lakeland returned here Sunday.

used was Faith. Hia message was Miss Elsie Rhoden bf Heilbronn Brantley.Mr. Mrs W. Gasklna of Woodlawn, Mrs. Belle Knighton of Lake

greatly enjoyed by all. The Waldo W. R. Swanbom baa returne d was visiting Mrs. C. E. Crawford: City and Mrs. W. M. Graham of

orchestra furnished delightful mu Springs Mr. and Sunday.Mrs. Ray Newsome of I Heilbronn Springs to hill work at Fort Myers afte r Monday evening. Lake Butler, were the guests of

sic throughout the service. Jessie Starke, were the guests of Mr. and Mtmm Thclmai Rhodcn, Cor. I spending a short while with hi S We are very sorry to report Miss Mrs. C. U. Crewa here Friday af-. h
Mrs. I. J. Priest and Mrs. Newsome Sunday af wife and children. Frankie Lou very ill at this writing ternoon.Mr. .
'I Mrs. Perry
Wilson were shopping; In Starke Mr. and Mrs. Judd of Double Rui 11 and wish her .
ternoon.Mr. We are very giad to know Mra. a speedy recovery.Mr. Lacy Ritch of Starke, wall
last Monday. attended church at Saxton Saturday and Mra. and '_
Roy Quinn here Sunday visiting his mother,
Wadaworth Jr., left and :Mrs. Owen Carter were Stella Rhoden Is able to be up 4., i,.
Mr. Gordon
night. Mr. Cecil Crawford were business Mrs. J. M. Ritch.
where the guests of Mr and Mrs. Perry again after several days illness.
,, this week for Jacksonville I Newsome Sunday afternoon. Mr. Edwards and Mr Fate Mr. and Mra. Lum Starling o f visitors to Starke Saturday. Mrs. J. R. Norman and children
he will take an eight months business I attended the flellbronn Springs attended cburcl h Mr. J. E. Newton of Starke, was of Doctor'a Inlet, were visiting
of the bual- Quite a few people Brown of Starke, were in our sec
course from one revival meeting at Heilbronn tlon Saturday night. I Sunday morning. a business visitor here Tuesday.GRAHAM I Mrs. E. B. Andrews here Satur-
ness colleges. Winton Sumner and Rober t I
day and Sunday.Mr. .
church. Misses Edna Davis and Ola Mae
.- { Mr. and Mrs. Meade of Waldo, Kirkland were guests of Elbert Tyler and Mrs. J. B. Cone and
services here Pitt New ome, Alma Newaome Parmenter and Mr. Russell and
( attended preaching In Sunday. daughter Francis Elinor, and Mr.
and Willie Mae Newsome were Melvin Carter attended the danceat
I 9! last Sunday evening. Mr O. T. Nelson attended bull. and Mra. Wesley Andrews were
.
Starke Saturday morning.Mr. Starke Saturday night.
will
Rev. Butler of Lake Butler, ness in Starke Saturday. IMPERIAL CONFERENCE
the Christian church Rhoden Underhill was the Misses Catherine Nettles and Edna ylin Ellen Jobnion, Cor. visiting friends here Sunday.
preach at guest of Mills Elsie Rhoden Sun- Davis and Mr. Horace Nettles Mrs. W. A. Tyler and family Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Tompkins CLOSES : With the signing of
!! next Sunday morning and evening. were the guests of Mra. H. D. Tyler and family spent Saturday and various treaties by delegates from
of Jacksonville day afternoon. were In Starke Saturday afternoon Mra.. Anna
Edwards
I Earl A. Youngblood
:Mr. II Sunday. different parts of the Empire the
,
There will be church at Hello Mr. and Mra. Walton demons Sunday In Welborn as the guests
the week-end here with This community was saddened to British Imperial 1
spent Mr. Joe and Nolen Bryant nnc Conference
of Mr. brother H. R.Tompkln .
Tompkln's
bronn Saturday night and Sunday and lion, R. L were visiting Mr. ,
friends and relatives. I ? Carl Johna of Double Run wen hear of the death of Mrs. Anna closed In Ottawa Canada. Photo
; of morning at 11 o'clock. .and Mra. Henry Raulerson Satur- show Neville
Mr and Mrs. Ed Duncan Youngblood: Tuesday. Mrs. Young- Chamberlain Chan
the of H. D. Sunda
,i' Gainesville, were visiting here last Several people attended the baptism day night. guests. Tyler blood was a well known resident Dave Tyson and LIndsey Roe eellor of the Exchequer, signing

.. Sunday afternoon. I Mrs J. L. Parmenter was visit- morning.Mr. of Waldo. Among those who at- were In Lake City and Live Oak for the mother country.
Sunday.
II. D. attended bust
Tyler on business last Saturday.
Mrs J. C. Jones last Wednes
-- jog tended her funeral at Santa Fe I
: ness In Starke Monday.BOOTSEY'S cemetery, Wednesday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Spires are the San Francisco, Calif., who bave

day.Mr.. Keener: jrorsytn ana Clarence --- -. were! Mrs., Rachel Starling and proud parents of a baby boy born been visiting friends and relatives

l I: IIARTSBURG RISING Rhoden were visitors to Ala daughter Mildred, Mr and Mrs. Monday afternoon. here for the past few weeks madea

CoJ chua Sunday.Mr. T. B. Handley of Trenton was business trip fo New York
BEACII Ezekiel Dryden, Mrs. Ed Parrish City
... Cor. i
II' If. M. Menu
,1' Miss Virginia Brantley, Levy Sweat and Miss Eralee and son, Lena Carl Broughton Mra. here Tuesday visiting friends and this week.

Raulerson attended church at Sax t.. :;.....n.. Cnr. Felton Graves and daughter, Flor- relatives.Mr. Mr. R. C. Moore of Wilson, South
'F, Mrs. W. F. Harnage of Ralford and Mrs. E. B. Moore of
r Ola :Mae Andrews pent Satur- ton Saturday night. enc, Mrs. Maude Graves, Mr. and Carolina, spent his Labor Day vacation
day night with Boots and Freda and Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae of Mr. and Mrs. Baity were visiting :Mra. John McKinney and family, Lawtey spent Monday here visiting here with his parents, Mr.
relatives here Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Crawford ar I
Starke were visiting S. H. Moore.
Mr. and Raulerson Sat- eMiller and Mrs J. H. Moore.
Mrll.lIenry
Brown. Thomas, Mrs C. B. Roberta,
the proud parents of a four I
Wednesday.Mr. Mr. and Mra. Alfonso
Miss Lois Starling spent Satur urday night. Mra. Etta Reynolds, Mra. Anne Browning .
born I
one-half pounds boy September -
day night with Virginia Brantley. Newn Burney of Heilbronn Mr. J. C. Jones spent a few days 9. Mrs Crawford will be remembered Ward, Mrs. Frank Reynolds, Mra. of Brooklyn, N. Y., are visitingMr. St. Petersburg Plans under
and Mrs
Mrs. Lena Mae O'Neal was the section was visiting Mr. of last week In Jacksonville. aa Miss Dora Black- R. M. Johnson and daughter, Ellen Browning's mother here for a way for construction of aquariumon

guest of Miss Virginia Brantley L. Crawford Monday. There was a very large crowd welder of Dukea. Mrs. Bessie Wasdin, Mrs. Hilliard week. city owned property, project
D. M. McRae and
Mr. and Mrs that attended the chicken Miss Madeline Tompkins spent estimated to cost
Vii' Saturday afternoon. supperat Broughton," Mrs. Irving Murrhee, $15,000.
Mr. Joe Brantley was the guest little son Jack, were visiting relatives the home of :Mr. and :Mrs. L. P. Mr. W. M. Whitten of Raiford, Guy Byrd, and Mrs. Maude Sur- the week-end aa the guest of her -
here Thursday. wall visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. L. cousin, Miss Mary Elizabeth Dennis TRAIN
of Boots Brown Sunday. Rafuse Saturday night. All re- rency. SCHEDULE!:
Mrs. E. J. and H. H. Lewis spent Gasklns Monday afternoon.Mr. of Lake
i.\, Mr. Leonard O'Neal wall the ported a nice time. Will McEver and L. C. Smith City. Our achedule changes Sunday,
the week-end at Green Cove J. J. Rigdon of Starke was Mr. and H. H.
Mrs Moore James
,
guest of Joe Brantley Sunday. Mr. James B. Prevatt of Hampton were shopping in Starke Saturday. May 22nd and trains will run M
.,f' Miss Virginia Brantley was the Springs.We was visiting Mr. and :Mrs J. C. visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Crawford Mr and Mrs. Ancel Norman of :Moore and Mr. and Mra. J. G. Jones follows:

:it: guest of Miss Lola Starling of Law-. are sorry to report that Mrs. Jones Sunday afternoon.Mr. Monday afternoon. Rising, were visiting Mr. and Mrs. 'of Tampa and Miss Georgia No. 1 Southbound local due
Knowles, our principal of Mrs. Edna Andreu and son, Junior -
Agnes Shawles of
Daytona Beach spent!
;'l: tey Sunday afternoon. John Barber of the state R. M. Johnson Saturday night and Starke 10:59 p. m.
*. Thomas O'Neal, Rising broke her right arm Sunday. section of Brooker, are spending several Sunday and Monday aa the guestsof
J;: Mr. and Mrs. farm, was In our Sunday Sunday. No. 11, Southbound local, due
Those who attended the Association days here the guest of her Mr. and Mrs S. H. Moore.LAWTEY .
'f 7 sons and wives of Alamo, Ga., have afternoon.Mr. L. A. Wynn of Hampton wall Starke 9:20: a. m.
at Berlea Baptist church in sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and .
: moved Into our section. Herbert Brown of Starke in our section Thursday. No. 107 Southbound limited 1, due
J" Mr. Jerd Waters of Lake Butler, Jacksonville from here were: H. M. was the guest of Miss Edna Davis Mra. W. C. Che ser. Lee Starling of Lacrosse waa' visiting Staike 10'27: a. m.
McRae Rufus Alvarez, J. L. Underhill Miss Lucille Griffta of Rosedale,
with his ,
spent Wednesday'night Sunday afternoon. hill brother Clarence Sunday. No. 2 Northbound local, due
and Mr. and Mrs. W. M. spent the week-end here the guest
sister, :Mrs. J. A, Andrews. Miss Vide Hodge was visitingMrs. There was a cemetery workingat Starke 6:19: a. m.
Oliver. of her sisters, Mra. L. J. Norman
,(' Mrs. Ray O'Neal was the gueat Cora Jones Monday after Mt. Slant Thursday. Everyone R. F. Carradlne, Cor. No. 12 Northbound local due
Mrs. T. N. Norman and children, and Mrs. M. L. Thompson.Mr. .
; of Virginia Brantley Monday after- noon.. departed early but a good bit of Starke 3:31: p. m.
visiting and C. E. Crawford
and Miss Lizzie Harnage were Roy Quinn -
noon. work was done.R. No. 108 Northbound limited due
\\i the guest Mrs. H. M. McRae Saturday were visitors to Union county Mr. Paul Moore, Mr. J. T. Moore
i! Mr. Joe Brantley was M. Johnson waa a business Starke 601: p. m.
Sunday after- night. Sunday. and Mr. E. J. Scott attended the Starke 101 leave
of Miss Boots Brown visitor in Starke Monday. and Wannee
t noon. Mr. and Mr. J. W. McRae and EVERGREEN Miss Mary Gasklns spent a few Jake Roberta and Miss Leola Palatka-Galnesvllle ball game at Starke 7:00: a. m.

Andrews little son, Edwin, of Starke spent days thla week at Woodlawn and Palatka Thursday afternoon. No. 102 arrives 2:40
Mr. and Mra. W. H. Fogg motored to Belle Sunday p. m.
,
lI!' relatives. M... F. A. Roofer Cor. the of her Mr. Paul
the week-end here with Little Springs, guest Moore wall a visitor to
oT Mrs. J. S. An- where Miss to fill a
,?l! ,were the guests Fogg began Closing of Malls
to that Mr. and family Mr. and Mrs. Jacksonville .
We are sorry report nephews, Saturday.Mrs.
$ school
f drewa Thursday evening. position teaching Monday.
,
Andrews spent W. R. Hal lop Is 111. We hope he Mr. and Mrs.. Bryant Redding Wade Gaaklns and Mr. and Mra. T. J. Terry, Miss Elizabeth South
I Miss Ola Mae
f j' with Miss Era Eds' will soon be well again. and daughter of the state farm, Darby Gaaklns. Terry and Mr. Emery Sparkmanwere No. 11, Parcel post :Monday

Saturday night Mlsa Grace Adklna of Hampton, were visiting his mother, Mrs; H. Mr. Fisher Gaskins attended in Jacksonville Saturday.Mr. Wednesday and Friday, 9.05: a. m.

E s', warda. C. Edwards and was a guest of Misses Hazel and F. Redding Sunday. church at Heilbronn Sunday.Mr. NEW RIVER E. J. Roberta and grandson No. 107 Letters, special delivery

( Mr. and Mra. G. Mra. Pearl Gladys Underhill Saturday night. I Mrs. Lela Harris and Edna Grit- and Mrs. E., W. Roster and Howard Miner returned Friday and special handling parcels, 10:10
of I
si. baby, were Sunday.the guests ,..After spending several days here tic of Pine Grove, were visiting Misses Mary and Beadle Gasklns Mill Eaala laps. c... from a business trip to St. George a. m.

-Andrews With his parents, Mr. and Mrs.Ernest Mlssea Pauline and Juanita Rosier were visitors to Jacksonville ga. North
and
t.? Ruth 'Braatley .at.-An.t I The entire community was saddened No. 12 Parcel and letters,
Yt of Loca Norman returned to their Saturday afternoon.Mrs. Thursday.Mr. Miss Loraine Carter of Tampa, post
drewa were the guests home In Gainesville Sunday. Willie Reddish and children and Mrs. L. J. Norman and early Monday to learn of the was visiting friends and relatives Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday,

; Belle Sumner of Saxton Sunday Miss Clyde Smith of Mlddleburg spent Sunday here with her mother daughter. Cleo, Mra. J. L. Gaaklns, death of Mrs. J. H. Poppell who here last Thursday.Mr. 3:15: p. m.

'f attended B. Y P. U. here Sunday Mrs. J. S. Rosier.J. and L. M. Murrhee were visitors to was a former resident of this place. J. T. Woodard of Gainesville, No. 108 Letters, special delivery

i 'night. E. Rosier was a visitor to Starke Saturday atternoon.I I Mr. and Mrs Bob Andrews and was a business visitor here Friday. I and special handling parcels, S.40

: BOATDRAIN Mr. M. L. Lewis motored to Starke Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. R.. C. Grlffla and children of Fort Myers, and Mr. Miss Trllley Smith of Orange I?. m.

1 Cor. Gainesville Sunday afternoon. Louise Rosier was visiting Opal daughter, Miss Bertice of Rosedale I and Mrs.' Scott Andrews and chil Heights Is spending this week with Night mails close at 6.10: p. m..:

,.;'r'><: dais Cherry Ilarrell, Rev. J. E. Newton and H. H. Peele Tuesday afternoon. spent Sunday here the guest of dren of Morrlston and :Mr. and the Misses McEarchen.Mr. J Mo.- 1, due at 10:59: p. m.; No. 2,

,; v Lewis attended church at Lake their daughters Mrs. M. L. Thompson Mrs. Frank Andrews of Jacksonville and Mra. G. W. Roberts and lue at 6:19: a. m.

:p"H Mr. and Mra., William Brown off Geneva Sunday. St. Augustine-Work on free and Mra. Lacy Norman. Mra. have been called to the bedside children left Monday afternoon for Starke & Bell Branch

'f,. Orlando was a guest at her sister's, The revival meeting will begin at fishing pier In Lighthouse park Thompson and three children ac- of their mother Mra. F. A. DeLand after a telephone call that Mall closes, 7:00: a. m.

,;,f1 Mrs L. Grlffls Saturday night and Corinth church next Sunday night. started., companied them home for a few Andrews, who baa been very ill. Mr Roberta' mother, Mra. Tatum, Mall arrives 2:40: p. m.

.''ft, 8uday.A Everybody welcome. daya visit. I We are sorry to report that Mack la very ill. Blue Bus Schedules

Miss Cherry Harrell spent Sat- Remember prayer meeting every I Sanford Eckerson Fruit Can Mr. and Mrs. Wade Gaskins of. Johns Is ill at hla home here. We Mr. and Mra. Marcus Brown and Daily effective Jan. 1, 1932.

\; urday and Sunday night with her Wednesday night, and at Pine Lev- I neries. Inc., plan enlarging grapefruit Woodlawn were visiting their all wish him a speedy recovery. Dr. and Mrs Wllmot Brown of Northbound-5:03: a. m., 1.59: fa.

'u later, :Mrs. Callie Gainey. el Friday nights. i canning plant. mother, Mrs. Jean Gasklna Mon- I Quite a large crowd attended the Tampa were the week-end guestsof I ., 4:59 p. m., 8:19 p. m.
t: Mrs. Ada Griffin and children I box supper given at the New River. their parents here, Dr. and Mrs Southbound-9:34: a. m., 12:34& P>

t: Clifton and Roy spent Saturday school house Friday night. Quitea I G. W. Brown. n., 4:34 p. m., 12:50: a. m.

'V''4 afternoon with Mra. Green. few boxes were sold and a nice Miss Hazel Futch spent the Tickets and information I t

ft;!: We are sorry to know that Mrs DOUBLE RUN sum realized which will be used week-end at Jacksonville Beach. I Smith's Service Station, next to
Do You Know?
3 n Nocrosa has moved away to Massachusetts 1- I + + J 1 I to pay for the piano and also to Mr. and Mrs. Pearce Jonea of ourthouse.:

'V-': after living eight years Mtmm Boot Drawn. Cow.Mrs. ._ i help pay for a flag for the school. .
--- -
'ri in Bradford county. We are sorry to report that Mr .

!p, Rev. O. E. McCauley will preach Lawton Bryan and daughter I F. A. Andrews la on the sick list "Ybu'll never know' how good ,

the morning and evening sermon at Thelma spent Sunday and this week.We all wish her a speedy '
,J 1 China Grove church next Sunday. Monday in Jacksonville with rela- recovery. a cigar can be until you

,,tit Everyone Invited to attend. tives. e have smoked a
flare
Mrs. Emma Boree and children, Miss Inea and Bill Kersey were : .

1' Harold and Doyle, spent Saturday guests of Freda and Doris Brown RAIFORD
1 'VASaVO
Sunday afternoon.Mr. .
night with her father. I .
Red Brown was the Satur-
Red Keree, Cor.
; day night guest of Jerry Brantleyof

'I} Hartaburg. O : SAME size
,J! ZIFF .l Miss Willie Mae Johns was the D. C. Kinlaw of Starke, wall a .. MORE HAVANA
visitor to thla place Saturday. Mr.
guest of Lois Judd Sunday after
Mlaa .... ... Lewis Cow.t
noon. Kinlaw waa the former owner ofRaiforda' 1Jelibtfullv MILD t

Mr. Joe Brantley the Turpentine Company.
wall guestof
l> Mr and Mrs. A. L. Lewis of Lakeland Mr. O. L. Brown k Mrs. Ury G. Sapp and daughter,
Sunday.Mr. $ /. Lewis Cigar Mfff. Co. Newark N. J. Makers
\;; have been visiting their cousr Marvin Johnson was the rk14k'; Johnny Belle of Lake Butler were ,

L Inn, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis and guest of Owen and Tom Bryan visiting her parents here Friday. GAINESVILLE CANDY: CO., Gainesville, Fla.
'. ;Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Thomas -
r Sunday. Mra. C. H. Brown has returnedto
.11 Mr. P. W. Lewis of Jacksonville, 3 $
Miss MIgget Andrews of Harts M her home here after a few day

I,11 t ':' parents.spent the week-end here with his burg Boots spent and Freda Saturday Brown.night with : and visit Jacksonville with friends Beach.in Jacksonville Wake Up Your Liver Bile I

N. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Thomas spent R
; Mrs Minnie Mra. W. C. Townsend and little
Bryan was visiting .t
Mrs.Sunday R. P.at Lewis.Brooker with Mr. and Mrs. E. Wllmot Saturday morn- + daughter of Lake Butler la spend- -Without Calomel I IAnd

ing two weeks here as the guest of
Mra. Susan Goodrich and niece, ing.Mr.
Bob Green of Jacksonville, her aunt. Mra. 0. J. Brooks.
Mrs. Julia Parker of Lacrosse
F waa the guest of Mr. A. R. Prevatt Messrs. W. M. and W. H. Graham -- path.7*"**f
,,1 spent Saturday and Sunday here Il You'll Jump Out of Bed It lib bOa b tot flowinc
Sunday afternoon. e rl rlx of Lake Butler were business fa tbo .bade
i
with Mr. and Mrs Tim Mann. l don't die-t It 1ue14i 1
,, Little Mlaa Mary Groover of Mi visitors to this place Saturday., in the Morning Rarin; to Go Ota ..... tip your atam.. Tothick. .. .... a
Mra. Oscar Hunter and children I"**!
ud bi-alh
ami, la spending a while here with .W4 tart ran 4tab.a
: her father Mr. Miazle Groover.Mr. SANDY LANE of Lake Butler are spending a few 0 you eel BOOT and sunk and tile ftu knaka art fa b1..t.. .M- Toot b+.

\' Henry Shaw attended tue day here visiting Mr. Hunter's wed: look punk,dont shallow a lot tad y.e fed dots and oat.Tcrr.ldu

Pt.\: meeting at Little Springs church Lorena Green Cor.Mies parents, Mr. and Mra. C. H.. Hun- ef salts, mineral water, efl. laxative -fa.a.J' 'd

Friday, Saturday and "; .< ter.E. candy er chairing: gum and expect W oft......pooIoLI caanB'I1.1'1"1UUVEB .
r Sunday.
!: Mr. and Mrs. M. Gunter and family of West than to make yea anddenly sweet Mild.........two yvydbadoal .
'JF L. W. Sowell spent Pauline Green was the Palm Beach were here Saturdayand and buoyant and full of sunshine, fIM7'" ....7d....".....4.

!t;,r Sunday Rev. J afternoon H. Kelley here.and Mr. Minzle guest of afternoon.Miss Mildred Sanders Sunday visiting his father and For they can't de it. They only on.. _tala wb-- p

A\ Groover attended church at Sunday slater J. N. Gunter, and Mrs. Esther move the bewela. and a mere move- ...-w.......e-r-'t .II--
Grove Shady Miss Josephine Green spent Saturday 'l'HJThe\ leap Eared Owl. Uree as he look, le one ef tk. farmer Browning. tnlat donat |et at the cause. The raved tbs bS., d.e .
: Saturday and ,
'r. Mr. and Mra. Sunday. I night with Mlsa Onto Green. I X beat friends He ha* great liking flaP flc)4) mlc and leve tre Professor B. D., AltmoA was a NYtoia) forger *vajuioiii feeling s.taw'ta kfa.mwp1t.Aaklr"I1a1.first75IL
;,1' Mra. J. W. Lewis Miss Juanlta Williams is spend thousands of than every year. Aa the picture show, life le quite .1(.1I business visitor In Lake City last .b year -. It should pour out two ,:.alerrt.r..r+c.-
'; and daughter, Lula Mae and Ion I ing this week la Starke with Miss parlous thing with the Long Eared Owl end that when he le out for Saturday. pounds of liquid bile into your bowels Little Uwr I'IIle w ... fed kb. ---oaobdiah.
Purvis Lewis of Jacksonville: spent 3ertl Mae Ward. I by ln.M he evidently stun, It. 01Jl2.a.J&c.
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. >STARKK. FLORIDA.
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I?:ii. .. !*;!. SO .. _JOURNALltc ---- I *"Honor Court Leaders Ready' for-University's 1 0c -, ng o 9.-




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LOW
FIRST GRADE.
SEVENTH
c W. Larsen:;: gave ua a I I ( Pauline; ; Priest) -GRADE n 1
The
low
first grade has startedoff 3 3Q
Monday on Health. Sponges President Virginia Fugate.
splendid talk are found to a great extent with 37
definition of health that he on the Florida coast and little boys and girls Vice President-Beatrice Mose-
The who are all
eJected for us to learn Is the one sponging provides a livelihood for anxious to study; and ley.
who
were very glad to welcome to
by Averlll of Columbia University many persons especially Greeks. Secretary-Treasurer McKinney -
their
giver room little Bobbie
It Is the condition of body The Greeks can stand the McRae, .
who
open has been
ill and could
not be- Librarian
and mind( with sufficient energyavailable sea and the pressure of the water gin until this week. Prescott Gill.
for the completion of a i better than the American for they find Visitors wlUalways Chairman of Improvement Committee -

full days work or a full days play, have been accustomed to It for teacher and a also welcome the from the -Ella Mae Manning.
pupils, to .
that abundantly without friction many centuries.
and come and
visit .
our
room.SECONDA EIGHTII GRADE
or without depletion and The sponge boats leave dock to -_. .
proves that health is the most Important be gone from one week up to six The eighth grade is showing an

thing In the world.He and: eight weeks. They go out The Second Agrade has 21 boys unusual amount of Interest in

made ua realise how pitiful where the water la rather deep and and girls enrolled. We are aiming science this year and plans are be-
an unhealthy body ia. It makes then the sponge diver puts on a at 100 per cent attendance and ing made to form a "Science Club"A y 5 6 ;

US useless to help ourselves. suit which is made of very heavy think we will make It when one good example of the tent cater r sXn
Everyone has a method of his canvas and a diving helmet which of our boys gets well. pillar has been on display In the I # A !
own to seek health. Some pray to Is made of steel. Into this helmetis science room this week and a large '

Idols, some patent medicines, some connected a tube which comes TIHRD-A part of the regular science course "

try "faith" doctors, some surgeons. from air pump on the boat. Third-A grade with an enroll- will be devoted to the study of in- '

Whatever the method la, everyone All the time that the diver is ment of 21 boys and girls is striving sects. wa .. 'fie r i1fP
Is searching for health. There down under the water someone Is for 100 per cent attendance. We There are thirty-two pupils en- ; ;4

have always been searches of pumping air to him through this 1 have a new pupil, Edward Barnes, rolled In the eighth grade. Among
will be. tube. them are doubtless several embryonic -
bealth and.. always. ___ who has been living in New Britain,
LL.L M..L. L. Edison
Statistics 8DOWB! uiui luriyvwu The diver also has a large basket Conn. He Is going to be with us Burbank and Dar-
percent of the people that die each and scissors which he takes I all winter. win. ; MI rJ
year could be saved If they had down with him. While down here -
rules of health. he Is I NINTH OK.\DE
In
learned tbe simple great danger of sharks THIRD GRADE
So we tblnk it advisable to takethe and other sea animals.
The 9th grade elected the follower -
wonderful chance we have this
0 Alice Barnes Is a new pupil 1 ling officers for the year 1032-33 on
and learn all we can.
year that SPONGES ON TilE FLOIUDX the low third grade. She cornea I Monday of this week:

Mr. Larsen requests we COAST from New Britain, Conn. There I James I rollings worth, president. = _.
must be r' ady to begin Wednesdayon r cOFICNINO = = .... .ic=
are now forty children enrolled i in I Hazel Lennon, vice-president..

il ""k,the changing field five clothes minutes and (By John E. Robinson.) the low third.FOURTH Marie Stafford, secretary-treas ot the 20lti session ot Palm Valley: No 10. L. W. 1
Ie r' ng on Sponges: are gathered for trade urer. Jr., Coral Cables; No. it.
at. :" tn bell rings for our class. purposes in various ways. The A AND FIITH II : of Florida! this a ApopKa.: ; No. 12, W. A.
0 I fisheries week calls to mind that an Importantpart CJnlnpsvlllo. ,
off the coast of Florida SEN. FLETCHER SEES
j THE STUAVHJEBRY INDUSTRY use tbe harpoon method. In other We are glad to be back in school l DEMOCRATICICTOUY of the training received by the has Jurisdiction over all
localities they are collected by again, and have shown this itudcnU at the University Is that (the breach of the
by students at the UiU-
(CD" Mildred Hundley.) divers. After the sponges are making our room attendance one Senator Dlxcussea National I'ollt- derived from experience In self-gov. The permutes which tha P

The ."" of strawberries is gathered they are buried tn sand hundred per cent the first week. i I lei und Economic Situation )Irmnent. The group above composes impose upon) those Un

or' i '",'4 money producingIn until the flesh decomposes, and We, the Fourth A are glad to 1 Jacksonville, Sept 6.-Prior to ne of the most Important bodies in guilty, range front the ,
) .wberrles require then placed in vats until they are have. a new classmate this week,i''his departure for Washington, after the student governmental system of of penalty hours increas I

m he> strawberry plants thoroughly cleaned.: Mervln Gllsnon, from Okeechobee.The a brief visit in Florida, Senator :lie State University, The Honor number to of the hours required li
of
\ penalty ex-
II in February and :Marchto Nearly all the sponges used in Fifth B is busy carrying out ,, Duncan U. Fletcher stated he Jourt. flagrant cases.
ar; ko the first runners. Afterthe the United States come from the an Indian project. We made and Ia confident of sweeping Demo The Court Is composed of the fol- Important work of the

float. runners are made, then fisheries of Florida and the Ba- have on display in our room, threewlgama crate victories all over the nation owing men: No. 1, John T. Rorors, Is educational rather
begins the putting out of the first hama Islands The) best grades of three bows and arrows, next November. Chancellor: Gainesville; No. 3, W. P. Every year an extensive*
plants about July to make Florida sponges are called sheep ,one Indian arrowhead, two strings Senator Fletcher came to Florida Simmons Jr., Clerk, Jacksonville; l.. put on to Inform men.
I of beads and twelve head bands !No. 3. II. C. Berg Jacksonville; No.4,, ---ham--( to the University for the a h
second runners. Thosesecond wool. Cheaper grades are the ordinary to attend the Democratic rally W O. Sherrill West Palm Beach; of the advantages and
runners are put out about the first yellow sponge and the grass 'decorated with feathers.We In Marianna, where he was one of No. S, W. L. Fourakcr, Jacksonville; O. L Durranoe, ; which are enjoyed under
of September and October. Whenthe sponge. two grades have two complete :; the principal sneakers. He expects'to No. 8, Jack Peters. Sanford; No. 7, Albert Dclegal, Live ; I' System
strawberries are put out the baseball teams organized. return to the state in October -

ground should be thoroughly good SOME INDUSTRIES OF We have been playing only four for a series of speaking en- KXAMINA/IIOX () --Post office tuba
and wet. It Is a very good idea to FLORIDABy days, but feel sure of first class gagements. NATIONAL new location soon.

bave some water standing In the teams before the end of the school Discussing the political and eco- _._. _

I rows. After the plants have started '- ( Ruth Zelgler.) year. We might mention here that nomic situation, Senator Fletcher The United States ,
Maytag Sales) Jk
growing a shower of rain, every The principal manufactures of Horace Varnes knocked a ball at said some nice things about the Commission has moved to at ,
new quarters
day. is very good on them. Florida are- lumber and forest pro- recess and after careful searchingthe Democratic ticket-both national T u k until September 27. Avenue.
The picking of strawberries depends ducts, tar, turpentine and resin. ball was finally found at noon. and state. He declared that Roosevelt accept applications
entirely upon the weather. Large areas are covered with forests (Believe It or not.. ) would be the next president of Superintendent of

If the winter Is mild the picking of long-leaf pine, and the lum- FOURTH. GRADE I of the United States and Dave tary Park to fill a WORkFft

begins about the first of January, ber from this is exported to other Sholtz the next governor of Flor- War Department

but if It la very cold It begins about states and to foreign countries. A new pupil ;;rted the fourth! ida.He National Military NERVES 1i
the first of February. The heaviest Pensacola and Jacksonville are the was not so complimentary In a The entrance I ,
grade Monday the enrollment la -
pickings are In March. chief cities of lumber export. Ex- now 41. ; discussing Hoover,n Each acre should! estimate from ceeding lumber in importance is rest of the Republicans. He tion for the fiscal
We have several students
out
Ing. The berries should be pickedten the manufacture of cigars which of charged the Republican party with June 80, 1933, of 8
school! because of ar
to fifteen bushels at one pickoff industry has its center at Tampa. sore eyes. prolonging the agonies of the depression and the regular .

every two or three days. This The manufacturer uses tobacco FIFTH GRADE- The senator sees in the tion of 3 1.2 per

depends on the weather. If the raised in Florida and great quan- We have 32 pupils enrolled In the present stock market activity, the Applicants must
weather is hot they should be picked tities imported from Cuba. fifth grade room this term. Among application of an old Republican have had at least five

more often. The most suitableland The coasts and streams containan these are two who did not attend trick-the boosting of commodity tain responsible

for strawberries Is black loam abundance of food fish and school here last term, Lucille Har- prices before a general election. ience showing
with clay sub-soil. shellfish and the taking of shad, denbrook of Jacksonville and Ed- "If the Republicans can Increase ( principles of civil

The best markets for strawberries mullet and other fish Is an Impor- ward Lewey, Green Cove Springs. commodity,prices on the stock ex- construction and
are In the northern states. tant Industry. Tarpon fishing is change, what excuse have they to with problems of
The prices range from five to ten one of the favorite sports of win- SLOTH GRADE keep the depression on?" he asks. scaping. 1

dollars per bushel. ter visitors on the Gulf Coast. The sixth grade had election of Since 1929, the depression has cost Graduation from
The strawberries are brought to Oyster culture has also been established officers Monday. The following the American people $150,000,000-: University of

nearby towns to be sold. After theyare in some localities, and were elected: 000."The la a requirement,
sold to the buyers, they are there are extensive sponge fisheries President-Vernon Silcox. Republicans have been in has had additional
hipped to many different states. in and about the islands. In Vice President-Doshla Smith control of every branch of the gov- .MWREN the kind required, In J'OI.n. fa wefc-

The growing of strawberries is all, the fisheries furnish employ-( Secretary. T. Ritch. ernment for eleven years. They may be subtltuted nerve' at.hip tension.
the wife
an all year proposition, but where ment to over 9,500 men, and the Treasurer-Dot Biahip. promised prosperity. 1928. They for the prescribed at yen the chlldrwi.at

proper attention Is paid a profit value of their annual product is virtually assured it under oath. A tion.Full t e h mtl Overwork
will be made. $3,400,000. Tavares-Work started on TavaresMount chicken In every pot, two cars in information May lead to Reoplea-
Dora road project. every garage and the end of pov- ed at the post office Ueadaeb. ctos
Contract let for construction of St. Augustine Mr. and Mrs. J. erty were promised. ,, g and a boot M! 4

Mad joining roads No. 17 and No. Orin Barnhart reopened Golden Plant City-City Market, groc- "But they have not kept their Arcadia Florida nuplMtaant' dl.tan'bane4s.; s.4
> east of Six Mile Creek.-Tampa Pheasant, restaurant at No. 20 St. ery and meat establishment, open- promise! Can they be trusted fur- BRITISH ACE and members of the K'PM'a. t you try Dr. MlUaf. ;
Free Press. George street. ed in Mays building. ther? They had the power and MADE HISTORY? :Just after leave Jacksonville for MMit Nerria TsbUtaT
one la a halt glass e* .
.. -- now they must accept the respon- landing at Pennfi ld Ride. N. B, I American Legion a Tl. tant. ap '
sibility of this thing. They cer- Captain James Mofliaon! intrepid Portland, Ore., will k deDcbtfttll] soo
British
U ben b Md
SCHOOL DAYS tainly had It within their to flyer., seen e lot of publicity for s
power i parraa.
-* *. his Puss Moth plan cnnnptcting y
By DWIG remedy the situation, but they the first solo Eaet-to-Wnt Trana- urally, they will .' N.r'rla.Jquldla now I
failed. Atlantic flight. Captain Mom_ orange In color, two i Mid i'
1'I "Since they have failed I believe flew thirty hour over the Atlantic green. They will c.aottifng' Tablet... offset.Both bar*
the American people are ready fora from Ireland. i cans of grapefruit ,,-
>0 at drat .
yar
I + r
I s change In administration. They annual state'. dinner.

\ M will effect that change next November I egation already has ,.".. I t ':.,

\ 0t Speaking{" of Florida, Senator 'J.4'&a I decoration play consists to chiefly ./ '(: ')(' .i

Fletcher declared that Democracyhere the gateway to the :

Is militant and thoroughly N,yl4y gustine, surrounded -N !
aroused and will sweep all Democratic citrus products .

J nominees Into office by overwhelming : blossoms and r.,_
ma oritlee. The party menu Is on a
d-; S't.-4
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address ia /
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Florida Is better organized, now Disappear.
'I floe world. Tbe combined: village than It has been In years," he de- smooth delicate your..
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Post Office. Dank and TravelersAid I clared. "It la absurd to assume exquisite Beauty. This
Society of the American E.- that Howey and his Republican
"Is yours NOW .
prs. Company. Tb. Mecca for I crowd will carry the state. Florida

thousands of Americans traveling I doesn't need the Republican Mr. UE Service

ia Europ A* hiP as 20,000 letter : Howey at any time, and certainly O

? la em day have been received! not now when we are about to

by ...... traveler through tab elect a Democratic president, a
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ACID!] FOWl BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STUD!:, FLOCIDA FRIDAY SEPTEMBER ifl, :
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; THE (-n COUNCIL TO JUNIOR t-U CLUB MEETS --- --...,
i I I'' :MEET AT BROOKERThe I Ib ;
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I FAVORITE RECIPES I Junior club} meetings ,were held Tb

SJcictilj I/ II I meeting of the Junior 4-H this week at Brooker, Hampton, c HEALTH the HOME I

I Cheese Fondue Council will be held at the Brooker Ralford, Little Springs and< Heil- I "f::; 'Practiced Studies I
school house Saturday, September bronn. far eWhcskr
1 tablespoonful of butter melted, 17th. as reported by Miss Pearl The girls conducted their regular and cfffothcnBy
1 tablesponful flour, 6 tablespoon- I f7
Jordan, home demonstration agent. business meeting making plans for
METHODIST W. M. S. TO MEET T. N. Kendrick After a short full cheese, 1 gill hot milk. These meetings are held quar- the months work and discussing Dr.ERNEST H.LINES

I. business session the young peopleof Stir until thick and smooth, salt terly and the ,council is made up county plans and work. In these .................., u..IIcd DIo.-
The Woman's Missionary So- the church under the direction and cayenne. of the officers.:; ,of. the different four club meetings Miss Jordan, ....Ywa -Ataw w.4L -
ciety of the Methodist church will of Miss Lucile Mitchell took chargeof 2 yolks of eggs (well beaten). clubs in Bradford and Union coun- home demonstration agent, waa
;I meet Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock the program. A very Impressive 3 whites of eggs, well beaten. But- ties and one other appointed dele- able to have personal contact with I
at the church. Business and study play was given entitled "Idealson ter dish and heat 10 minutes before gate. one hundred and twentyeightgirls. CLOT INO. properly eelected, protects the body from beat and cold nIa
meeting. Trial." Those taking part :were needed, add whites and bake quickly 10 o'clock the meeting will be After the business meeting other disagreeable outside. annoyances. The climate, of'count'" '" I
Misses Lucille Mitchell, Genevieve and serve at once. called to order by the president each girl gave a report of the 'determines. to a great extent the type; of clothing to be worn. Woolen garmeeul!'i. '

O. E. S. TO MEET Kenly,Estelle Kendrick Margaret Mrs. J. M. Mitchell, Miss Annie Laurie Tucker of home: work she bad done. Eighty- are bet suited to cold weather and cotton and linen to warm weather. Cloth.---. I,
,. Williams, Dorothy Lamb.'Ina For Starke, Fla. Hampton. Various county wide seven girls reported they had ,fur; may become wet from rain or I
The Eastern Star will hold its syth and< Mr. Will Barnes.A problems and plans for the work planted fall gardens, twenty had perspiration. la drying on the body I weather. Otherwise, there Is! J]
social hour followed.Mrs. Banberry TartoMake other ev- It draws beat from the body itself. : objection to the prevailing silk, regular meeting Monday night, pleasant for the next three months will be splendid poultry reports, silk and wool. One
:' Sept. 19 at 8 o'clock. All members Morrow assisted by Mrs. Williams pie pastry and line muffin discussed by this group of girls. ery day good house keeping reports Cotton, linen and silk dry more noted: tight point should b*1
and visitors are urged to be served< delicious refresh- tins. Do not cook until filling has At noon a luncheon will be served -' were made by the girls rapidly than wool and take more ring around the garters leg which cow 1\\I
beat from the body. Woolen garments : Just' above the
present .as "Obligation Night," ments. been put In. by the Brooker 4-H club girls Miss Jordan gave instructions knee tend produce I
and the
take to dry varicose
will be observed and CongressmanR. Mrs. George Kenly was welcomed Filling: 1 cup sugar, 1-2 cup but- and In the afternoon a special pro- and a demonstration for the required longer 1811II.1 j
A. Green will speak into the organization as a new ter, 1 cup seedless raisins, soak gram will be given by the local sewing for the first, second i j'removal of body heat is, therefore, No such impediment to the upward I

: .. member. raisins over night, 1 cup nut meats, girls. and third sewing programs for this more gradual. flow of blood through !the vem. l
FIRST MEETING OF P. T. A. Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight were three eggs. i year. Hampton girls made plans Ik follows from this that people should be allowed. The blood return I
recent visitors in Jacksonville.MRS. Cream butter and sugar add for a joint shower with the Junior who take cold easily should wear log to the heart from the feet and ten\ ;;
The Parent-Teachers' Associa- yolk and one white of eggs. (Do MISS HAMPTON JORDAN MEETS SENIOR CLUB I club to furnish the new club kitchen flannel next to the. skin, especially in has to run u -hi11, as it were, and snot !
tion will hold Its first meeting of D. A. BIONTIETII not beat eggs stir all together] that was included In the new changeable climates; or where this helped by having this upw nji I
the school year on WednesdaySept. ENTERTAINSMrs. put in oven and cook. Beat,the 2 school building for them. is not desirable they should always flow blocked by tight garters balU'J:
21st at 3 p. m. in the school whites and cover tarts; put backIn Hvmpton, Senior Home .Demonstration change their underclothes promptly rally, the veins become .ad
auditorium. All parents, both D. A. Montleth was hostessto oven and slightly brown. I Club met in the club room if they get wet.. later enlarged and UDII ;:btly. ':
at the school house Fri- THIS WEEK'S BIRTHS
i mothers Invited Tues Mrs. C. A. Knight, Hampton Clothing should fit the body loosely
fathers and are her bridge club and friends day afternoon at S o'clock. Shoes should not pinch the foot)
and to be present at this home. Starke, Fla. and not be tight anywhere, especially
urged day afternoon at her Heels should
anywhere.
be
Mrs: O. L. Harrison, vicepresident Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Strickland, around the neck and waist. Men broad]
time. Goldenrod effectively arranged In presided the session. Starke 11. and not too high. High heels throw
< during boy, September i
's(, will be to the room Lunch Rolls would do well to wear suspenders
A prize given baskets and vases were arranged the weight of the body forward on''
Plans were made for a joint show Mr. and Mrs. Pascal Rowe, which the weight of the
having the most parents present at about the party room, where three 1 cake of compressed yeast, 1 1-4 er of the senior and. junior home Starke, boy, September 13. trousers carry from the shoulders and not the too This throws the body ol
this meeting.Mr. i tables placed for play, and at milk, scalded and cooled 1 proper balance and
were
cups may cause
demonstration clubs to furnish the Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Crosby, Law- ,; rely on tight belts around the ab- ejmp.
Gray, our new principal, will the conclusion of the game prizes tablespoonful sugar, 1 teaspoonful club kitchen at the school house. tey, boy, September 9. domen.\ Women should also carry toms remote from the feet, e. g.,backache
give a talk on the first of Ute seven were given Mrs. O. L. Haynes for salt, 4 cups flour, 2 tablespoons- the cause of which i a odes
When the house Waldo
new school was Mr. and Mrs. J. Koon, i the weight of their clothes from the '
cardinal objectives of education, making high, Mrs. A. Z. Adkinsfor ful melted shortening, 1 egg. unsuspected.
I
built at Hampton a kitchen for girl, September 11. shoulders by the attachment of suspenders
wlch is "Health and Safety"y second. :Mrs. C. D. will enable to
making This recipe you I
home demonstration work aa Included Mr. and Mrs W. J. Thornton to garments hung over the ,
--- Shank received a dainty guest 'start rolls as late as 9:30 a.
y your in the 0.CEMETERY shoulder
BRIDGE PARTY GIVEN plans. Lawtey, boy, September QUESTIONS
prize. and them warm and crisp I
m., serve Miss Jordan gave a talk on fall matter of the
1- her sis- e |1M. fact average AH wives and mothers should
The hostess assisted by at
noon. colors and styles showing the possibilities women of today dresses more sensibly be able to these
WORKING
Zinnias, roses and pot plant: answer! questions:
served
ter, Mrs. Laura Murden a Dissolve yeast and sugar in luke-
decked the large living room or the new patterns haveIn than men in this respect. She is not 1. What clothing is best for I
following and
to the
delicious salad course warm milk. Add shortening,
j Mrs. O. Haynes Friday afternoon remodeling the old clothes into There will be a cemetery work- so likely to have tight collars or bands warm weather Z. Should
: Mrs. Edward Burns, Mrs. ,two cups of flour. Heat thoroughly -
abdomen. Of the
new the
ones. around clothe fit
when she delightfully entertained ing at Beulah church in Clay coun- course snugly 3. Why are
W. Mrs. N. Stern- add well beaten, bal-
M. Wainwright, then egg old type of tight corset should be tight garters harmful? I
; ': her club at bridge. berg, Mrs. H. C. Wall, Mrs. La- ance of flour gradually and salt ty Saturday September 24th. All ', relegated to the heap. I

i Five progressions of the game mira :Murden, Mrs. J. Erf Wilson, When all of the flour is added, St. Petersburg $100,000 con- who are Interested are requestedto scrap 14wW..........UJ.OMTMt
{ ; were enjoyed and at the clone, Mrs. O. L. Haynes Mrs. A. Z. Ad- or enough to make a dough that tract for plastering builders at come and assist in this work. il STOCKDJCIS 4x0 Boon

scores were added and prizes kins, Mrs. E. L. Biggs, Mrs. O. L. can can be handled, turn on board Soldiers Home project, at Seminole I The same general advice holds I it On pith tf a .mu of 1 121|
, awarded Mrs. C. D. Shank and Mrs. Haynes, Mrs. C. D. Shank, ;Mrs. J. and kneed lightly and thoroughly Point; let to Shaw Co., Baltimore, Fell mere Erection of sugar I good in respect to stockings. Woolen : article on Health 'in On Ham Ths|

;1f J. C. Robinson for holding high and C. Robinson and Mrs. I* Wyman. using aa little flour in the knead- Md.. mill here progressing. ll stocking are advisable. ia_very aid I-e4x1A- -will-Man Cars qf tl*Baby J

k; second. ing as possible. Place In well- A ,' -
hostess served tempting I .. 1--
The a
i, LUNCHEON GIVEN FOR greased bowl.. Cover and set in -
salad course to the players, who
from draught,
t were: Mrs. N. Sternberg Mrs. L WOMAN'S EXECUTIVE CLUB BOARD OF a to warm rise about place two free hours. NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY BEFORE FODD PRICES ADVANCEPLEEZING

{ Mrs. O. L. Beaaley, Mrs.
Wyman When light, form into small biscuits -
A. Z. Adklna, Mrs J. C. Robinson,
,t Mrs W. E. Mlddleton presidentof the size of a walnut. Place
Mrs. C. D. Shank, Mrs. W. M.
the Woman's Club was hostess one inch apart, in well-greased
.' and Mrs. D. A. Mon-
Wainwright,
until double -
to the members of the executive shallow pans. Let rise
;' tleth. board at a lovely luncheon last in bulk-about half an hour.

I' MISS-VONDA- INMAN! Saturday at her home on Madi- Brush with egg and milk, and bake

i ENTERTAINS WOODMEN son street. ten minutes in hot oven.

1:' CIRCLE DEGREE STAFF The rooms were prettily deco- Mrs. W. E. Middleton
> rated in bright flowers. The love- Starke, Fla.
-laman entertained ly four-course luncheon was servedon .
ij Vonda
' Miss small tables on the !sun! porch. NOTICE TO BIDDERS
the degree staff of the Woodmen FOOD STORES
Tues- Centering each table was a small =
Circle with a sewing party _
day evening at her home. vase of pink flowers. Sealed bids will be received for
court house wood until lilt Mondayin
After the luncheon a business
Zinnias, roses and ferns were the '

home flowers for used this affair.In decorating The vening the meeting for was the held coming and year.plans discussed be October awarded when to the the lowest contract and best will 'SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 16 & 17PleeZing

was spent In making Yo-Yo's for a Mrs. Mlddleton was assisted in bidder on 16 cords-half green pine ,

quilt which,when finished will .be looking after the pleasure of her: half llghtwood. Commissioners reserve -
sold and the proceeds used to*defray guests by her daughters- Misses right to reject any or all bids. -- .
-
,, the expense of putting on Madge and Hazel Middleton. Wood to be 20 inches long split -

competitive Work at the state con- The guests were: Mrs. 0, L. green pine and split dry or season
Haynes, Mrs. 1.. D. Green Mrs. N. ed 1lg twood. Please bid by atran
vention. Mrs. Annie Bryan received ,
D. Wainwright, Mrs. Frank Hoover or by cord, figuring three strana FlourPeeZing Ibs. 12c
the:prize,. a wall vase,, for SUGAR 5 -
For cord. Wood to be inspected and
making the greatest number ofYoYo's Mra. D. E. Knight. MM. W. B. '
!' : during the evening. Parka, Mrs. C. A. Futch. Mrs. Ed- OK'd by W. W. Baisden.G. MILK{ With Purchase of

ward Burns, Mra. R. J. Davis. Mrs. W. Alderman Clerk. Gibs 20c .
At the close of the evening the ___ __-____
hostess, assisted by her mother O. P. Raymond and Mrs. W. O' Hi-Grade 121bs. 35c 1 tallor2
Plant City System Ho
Halle. ------- - -------- igkeWTea1b20c
j' nerved a, tempting salad course to .
Bakery Installed new equipment. .
about fourteen members present. --C .i, 24 lb*.. ___ 66c _
---- -------- Small 5c
'If -i C STARKE AND LAKESIDE, Governor __ _

CIRCLE 1IEETSVlTII GROVES OFFICIATE AT '.v, .

.i 7 MRS. FLUME- MEMBERS GRAVE- .or'. ';''. Roosevelt ,,1'" Rambler Flour TOILET TISSUE

'Circle .No. 2,.,W. M. S. Baptist The members of Starke Grove Say:
aiurchmet with Mrs. F. F. Flume No. 278, and Lakeside Grove! No. Meal I. Large Rolls

;i Monday afternoon at 3:30: o'clock. 104,. of Lake Butler, officiated at 7 poM 6 lbs -- ---.- .. - ----- 17c

f"I "The devotional service was led the grave of Sovereign Anna I 12 Ibs. __ __ -.-_ 29c 3f f or 10c
by Mrs. O. W. Alderman. Prayer Youngblood who had been a member 10 Ibs. 15c

by Mrs. A.M. Darby. The following for many years of the Supreme B 24 Ibs _.. _ .. __,:..__..._ 53c EXTRA SPECIALCARRADINE'S
K; members were present: Mrs. Nat Forest Woodmen Circle. Mrs.
f, Williams Mrs. A. M. Darby. Miss Youngblood was always a faithful

i Etta Tlson, Mrs E. M. Thomas, worker, and a loyal member, -,,-, ____
. Mrs. E. W. Hayes, Mrs. I*. G. Pow- and will be greatly missed by her

W.ell, Mrs.Alderman W. H., Mrs.Perkins L. ,W.Mrs Kick-Q. family Sovereign and friends.Mae Green guardian "| BELIEVE and economlo that system:our Industrial Is made Plee-Zing Coffee l llbe vac. can 29c Plee-Zing Matches 3 pkgs. lOc

liter,.Mrs. F. F. Flume, Mrs. Chas. of Starke Grove assisted by Sovereign for Individual men and women, and ,
Overatreet,, Vonda Inmon as mistress of and
individual fur
not men women

cial After hour the was business enjoyed.session The a hostess so-- ceremonies Hunt, advisor, Sovereign and Sovereign B e u 1 a h the benefit of .tbe.system.. Fresh round Coffee 1 11b4 bags 15 Salt 4 pkgse - ilk

assisted by Mrs. Nat Williams Mildred L. Grlffls, chaplain, ,
"I believe that tbe Individual
served ice cream and cake. and many members of both Starke
should have full liberty of action to
"The meeting for October will be and Lakeside groves took part In California Yellow Cling Plee-Zing
make tile moat of himself bat I do
held at the home of Mrs. E. W. the ceremony at the grave, and also

F'! Hayes.r'' stood in open file holding beautiful not that believe sacred that word In a few the name powerful tt PEACHES: No. 21.2 can,.2 for ____ 25c CORNED BEEF, No., 1 Tin ___------ t5e
: of flowers which
bouquets through
1 LADIES AUXILIARY Sovereign Toungblood was carried. Interests make Industrial should be cannon permitted tedder\ to of PINEAPPLE; No.2 can __________ lOc ROAST BEEF, No. l Tin __.._____ __ t5ePlee.Zing
"'
HOLDS MEETING r l'
' Sovereign Toungblood's first the lives of halt the population of
, :.. thought was always{ for her family the United States. Assorted Flavors-JELL, 35 oz. __ .. t5e
It; ,C..fTti Ladles' Auxiliary of the not only for the Immediate car SC. .
F Presbyterian church met at the that she always gave them, but she COCOA; lOc size _________________ 5c Compound
,. "l 1 believe In tbs sacredness of
home of :Mrs.,M. W. Morrow Tues left a substantial for the, 20e
day evening with the president, future protection private property, which means I do SAUERKRAUT, No. 21.2 ________ lOc Pappy's Preserves, 21b. Jar ______- _
not believe It should be subjected to
t Mrs. E. M. Davis, presiding. Devotional .

I were conducted by Mrs. MISS MONA ALDERMAN: the ruthless amblers! manipulation In the stock of professional mar Catsup, 14 oz. ____.___-_...______-- lOc Sweet Mixed Pickles ____________ tOe

p L'k HONORED: WITH kets In the corporate system. ." Olives Small Jar stuffed lOc Olive Oil 6 __ 1gePlee.Zing
HANDKERCHIEF SHOWER plain or ___ Plee-Zing oz. :__=___
;\
"I believe that the government,,
k The Intermediate Baptist Young without becoming a prying bureaucracy Comet

,. evening People's at Union the entertained home of Mr.Friday and can to act this a. a oligarchy check or so counterbalance as to GELATINE DESSERT, 2 for ______ 15c RICE FLAKES, 2 for ____..._______ 15c

r, Mrs. J. B. Carlisle In honor of Miss secure Initiative, life a chance to ICE CREAM'POWDER, 2 for ___ 15c BRAN FLAKES, Pkg. ___________ ge
'. Mona Alderman who leaves this work, and the safety of savings to
week for Tallahassee to resume her men and women, rather than safetyof 17cr
i iI work In the F. S. C. W. exploitation to the exploiter Pure Creamry Butter, lb. ______....__ 24c Cobbler Potatoes, 10 lbs. _________ .

.I =t I', The lower floor of the home waa safety of manipulation to the financial .

i : open ensulte and prettily decorated manipulator, safety of unlicensed Cheese, lb. ____L-------------- 19c Hamburger, lb. _.____ ________ __- 15c15c_
X_.. : for the occasion with quantities of power to those who would,,

v i [' When Fire who garden has flowers been pianist Miss for Alderman the B. T. speculate welfare and to the property bitter of end other with pea the Choi e Cuts Beef Rout, lb. ______...._ 18c No. '1 Sliced Breakfast Bacon lb.____

I t' Routs ;wt P. U. during the summer vacation, .."

t I the OwnerHAROLD was the recipient of many lovely ,. Boiled Ham, lb. _________________ 30c Smoked.Sausage, lb. ________... 15Weiner.
... handkerchiefs gifts of the membersof "We must make American lndlvtaualUm >
,''I ..--J--::: ) the B. Y. P. U. what It was Intendedto -
----11'1-: At the close of be-equality of opportunity for ., lb. ____..._._____________ 15c Pork Ribs, lb. _,______.;;.____----- 10.:
=== ..-.... .. = an evening pleasantly -
, spent Circle No. I, of the .all, the right of exploitation for
: f I e-:::_::.;: -..!'..-:: Baptist W. M. S. served refreshments Done"

: .. ... __ _. & SON
_10_ :: to.the following: Mrs. R, A. ---- - --'-- A. H. GREEN J. W. WHITE

r LA _. Thomas, Fannie SUcox.. Richard (ngsworth, Paul Raymond Clarice .
? a.w.- ------...'dYn..- Smith. Prescott Gill, Doris SUcox. Gill:: Hugh Waters Alkay Carlisle, LAWTEY, FLA. Phone 62 Starke, Fla.

( ,Dorothy Claire KlokUter. WOlle yynken Boulwmre. Dunne Canova, We Carry Witeon & Totxmer
C. WALL 'Mae Thornton, Annie Mae.Thorn Mildred I Hundley. Dorothy Sapp Phone 86'S tar k e..F1 a. We Carry Pull Line of Quality
FertDlzer-AJao uU line of Quality
INSURANCE ton, Frances Hemingway Marie Illzabeth HoUingaworth Louise
STAKKE Stafford. Joe Ewards'Jr.,..Dr.'and. Walters. .Mra., Lloyd Green. Mrs Seeds at Lowest Prices Seeds at Lowest Prices

FLORIDA ,Mrs. G. P. Raymond. Junes Hol- W. :M. Muady John Powell.


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l IO.\-\ SEPTEMBER! 18._.. ImADI"ORD" COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA 1'"f111! IrIPr'12SdS75752252r''ur'u5'325Z5t5ZSZ .
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,325Z5i52Sf5tS33E5tS25' Fall Dresses are In at Stern-
berg's. I Railroads Go to Sea Good COMMISSIONERS ORDER
: Ship WHAT EDITORS REDUCTION; FIFTY PERCENT Y 4


' Bits of Mrs. J. J. Rlgdon and Mrs. Lacy "Seatrain" Will Carry a Mile SAYING. (Continued-from- page 1.) if, "',"
I
I Rigdon and Miss Eva Rigdon spent OnARE i* '
I .
I Wednesday! and Thursday In Jacksonville of Loaded Freight Cars Franklin O. Roos of the opportunity thus offered VI, .,!p

with friends and relatives, The following mother's. pension
? vK cal NevEs
applications were approved at $2.00pel' I .
l
I THE railroads are going to sea. termined that the system must!; people as every day pauses What I
Miss Flossie Marian Rigdon of month for four months for ,
day this coming Octo- be Americanised. The Shipping he says carries conviction and the
Springfield, Mass., spent several ber a big freight steamshipwill Board advanced a loan against people know h* moans every word i each child of school age, now attending ,, '
Our People Badness and days of last (' ,
Concerning I week with her parent warp alongside her dock at two more ships and the Sun Shipbuilding and has the courage of his conrlotloni I :

Progress of the County and Town. before leaving for Loa Angeles, Hoboken and immediately'' a huge and Dry Dock Company His record a* a public servant Mrs. Jessie Wilson, Hampton 1

Calif. crane on the dock will begin hoistIng of Chester Pa., a subsidiary of tl I above criticism and reproach $4.00. ;

loaded and sealed freight car the Sun Oil Company, contractedto I H*"has made good everyi;I Mrs. Viola Strickland, Starke :

!l Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes and aboard. On each of the ship's build them. They are now ; place be .ened. Ire believes the $400.

family have returned from Kings- four decks will be a quartermileof almost complete and following : people! are tile sovereign and tile The (board then adjourned until ,'
I WEATHER REPORT Fail Shoes $1.05 and up at StE>rnberc' railroad tracks the next regular meeting to beheld
to receive the
Lake their
ley and are occupying the launching late in Septemberwill last word. Th people want him and ,
'. Osborne residence on North Walnut cars, each of which will be locked start a regular New York. have so recorded themselves In no Monday October 3rd, 1932. b
I compiled by gtarke Branch U. street. securely in place. In ten hour Havana-New Orleans lervlce. ; uncertain manner. And the people II I

I Forestry'Department. Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Haynes and< a I always: get what they want when Plant City-Southern Engineering i

[week ending Sept. 13, 1932. family and Miss Dot Ritch spent they want It very seriously This / and Management Corporation
Miss Melba Andreu of Leesburg, .. --..... .---11.
ale Max. Mln. preclp.rpt. Sunday In Jacksonville. la one of the years when the people granted 20-year franchise for building .
Is
spending the winter with her .
1 1 90 72 will come Into their own.; -Clear- and operation of gas plant here. '
66ept Mrs. R. V. Turner and children uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. W. Held, Pa., Republican! (Dem.) I
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6 g7 H. Green and Is attending the
63 ,
several Bradford County High School. bt.
pt 10 86 67 ''III .R..H. K IIIIU5How "Uoonevelt has no quarrel with ACOLUMN f
11 115 70 .47 r 'i" 'INVINTS 9tSrMN. soundly financed utility organlxa- CENT WORD
pt 12 19 69 .01 Mrs. J. L. Frazee, Sr., and Mrs. Senator J. Ed Larsen and Mr. tlons which are satisfied with rea1onabl I ,:tl ,

ept 84 ,69 1.83Total J. L. Frazee, Jr., motored to Jacksonville Ozle Stewart of Keystone Heights, returns upon their Interred 'I''
Kept. 13
2.31 in.. and the Supt. A. J. Griffis and Mr. H. V. I capital. HI. Is _
I rainfall for week Monday spent day. policy safe, saneand -----
May were business visitors in Tallahassee sound. Roosv U'a attitude U, FOR RENT -- Furnished apart .

J Befall Patterns. -none better- Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Davis and Saturday.Mr. r:;;: et being grossly misrepresented by ments with private bath. F. A. .

In sale'! at Sternberg's. daughters, Marjorie and Ida Lulu those who are not aatuned with aI) I Scott, Starke Phone 54. It* r
,-' spent Sunday In St. Augustine with and Mrs. R. L. Epperson and policy of fairness Roosevelt Is, -_ .. .

J Mr. Carl Carter of Lawtey was :Mr. and Mrs. C- C. Tatum. family returned to their home In 4Ai- frank, candid and honest In dealing FOR RKNTLower floor apartment '$' '

I business visitor here Saturday. Jacksonville Sunday after a visit wltb all tonne and b* Is very pcml- furnished. Front porch and -

Mr.- and Mrs. George Anderson here with Mr. Epperson's parents dam, live on the power problem. I sleeping porch. Mr. F. II. Long

j Mr. Thomas Markey of Brooker of Lawtey, spent Sunday with Mrs. :Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson. Springfield, 111., State Register It* r ,
(lud.)
las Starke Saturday. Anderson's parents, Mr. and Mrs '
in Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlea C.M. e11N tecle e I .
FOR. SALE One female red' and
W, J. Epperson.Mrs. IN >0.ltlON OH DICK.
and daughters, Misses Mary and "In the United States there In
P. A. Crosby of Brooker was a ton hound puppy six mouths old.,
Mr. Madge will the week-end in owing preference for the scholarly
spend
Staike on his way to Jackson- J. S. Blitch of the state a cheap and one white Chester
rI
DeLand with Col. and Mrs. J. E. ,t typo In politic, which ROOKS-
I
a. bred HOW and pigs, or will trade
Idle Saturday. farm, and her mother, Mrs. M. M. I ,
Futch. volt represent. ills record as Uorrnor -
fur truck. A. R. Prevatt,
light
Kite of Johnson City, Tenn., are I '
| Comer Long of Leesburg, guests of Mrs. II. L. Brownlee. of New York Indicate him Starke Fin Rt. 2, Box 08. ltKIT.l :' ,
Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Turnipseed of to be a really great man, and the '
with his -- ------ ----
pent the week-end here McIntosh, Miss Frannie Cromer almost 'pontnii Mrs. F. H. Long Milton Brownlee, Jr., will leave '
ether, party to him na Its candidate at a oil''p' ,
and Mrs. Saxton of Jacksonville, t'mlur and hy virtu of that I
Saturday for Gainesville to resume and Millard White of Bradenton, 100 loaded freight can will be put "Seatraln" expands the freight Urn when Its ehances of victory tain final deer| .I> nf 11m Circuit: Com1
Irene Wills Is visiting her his studies at the University of container Idea to the seal of the mmtu' and tutorm) NepI. !ntnbr latlt.1H3J 4.
MM. have swallowed -
aboard the will Is
were guests Sunday of Mr. and ; ship are so bright a distinct trlhute"Charlotte In time. (........ of JnHDph I I". Wll-
laughter, Mrs. R. B. Neal of Nor- Florida. I Mrs. F. A. Sweezy. a freight train a mile long, freight car. Eliminating packing N. C., Sentinel. (Tad) sun, ". I.litilMutnr for nmrtfordConiily I' I

Llk( Va. and be ready for sea. expense, It also does awajr with J,' r.kh; H itch Cul'pnretlmt.and| : Label 1 Hlulnllft Hitch-, ,''t, .

Mrs. J. S. Alexander, Mr. and The united Sunday evening services Out of New York to Havana, Ions and damage. It requires only "The claims of Ronnevolt and his hl. wit.VH. 1.1 Ml. tiofoiidKiil. [ will off I
Mrs. E. H. Smith and Mrs. E. Mrs. W. J. Griffin of Jacksonville, one-fifth of its time In port as ..r for ...1.! Hurt. will sell, to the ',
have been well attended and at 18V4 knots an hour, she will supporter are< worthy of more hiM h..t. and li..t, bidder for CHulilh ,I
Harris were visitors in Gaines- spent Tuesday at Kingsley Lake against half the time of the regular ) .
much appreciated by all who could make faster time than any than passing attention this year hollowing described land t the
tile Thursday. with Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Griffin. afloat At Havana freighter. The savings in Everywhere tbere I I. a demand for':, front iloor or the Court Mnun lit I
attend. The last 'of these services freighter an- handling and warehousing Hturk, Hrndrorrt County, within thI'wnl ..
time packing 'i
,
will be In the Baptist church next other crane will lift the cars out a change and it looks u though nf nnU Monday, Oatol '
MunHlnAWr Hosiery. 70o at Mrs. E. L. Biggs, Mrs. D. A. Sunday at 8 p.,m., and the* subject to tracks on the dock, and ,immediately expense are vitally much Important of- Roosevelt would b* the next Presi follow;>.r ,X'h to-wlt: .'ridn. described l nil t {
because :
umlH'r'I. Montleth, Miss Mary Sweat, and of the sermon by the pastor will be ,lift In-another shipload of so Is lucated far dent"-Newport News, Va., Press. .yllllf and, living1 In tlraclfnrd' cntmly. J; a
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Griffin were them. Within twenty-four i hour American Industry -(lad. Dra.) 'I Ie I Hint of Plurlila.' known and "l Charles Larsen of "Christian Worship. inland while European Industries an lots one (1), two (I),
Mr. and Mrs. In Gainesville Monday. the unioadillfr'and. /reloading will commonly close to the sa. thru (31.> four (4), five (5( ), 1'11& ((6),
Iceland, were guests of Col. and SUPPORT APPRECIATEDI have been completed; the incofn- art i The Improvement In business( oven (7) tn <10)), seven (ll>, '
Itrg. D. E. Knight last week-end. Mr. Carlyle Ritch returned to Ing cargo will be In process of Thus both railroad and Industrywill conditions works to Democratic: advantage twelve and fourteen r' 4
gain the coke and lumber (M). of Illoi'k ncfordlna-
after week's visIt the Cuban railways ; In proving that the m.Lhodl'adopted .. ...'
Chicago Sunday a wish to thank the voters for distribution along markets of Cuba, formerly well the iilut or .01" Addition to the I
and Mr. and and the be off to by a Democratic town of Mtttl-k, recorded In look
Neblack daughter his ship'will congrsar
Mra. N. E. here wilt parents, ;
their fine support of me In the nigh closed to America, have already Cl ii f deeds on line. 68e In lieu of
on of Lake City,.were visitors In Mrs. J. H. Rltch. city election. I will continue to sea with a new cafrgo; of loaded been substantially taken working" effectively, limit- as of th. .a"' UndM, r.noril.d In k f
Starke Sunday.Mr. cars for New Orleans, thence to they were, by a Republican administration. Cut (f nf dood, 804 and linG of the (I,
to the best of ability by this country through the ,
serve my over niibllu ruroiMlK of llrndford County
Merrill Futch, William Duncan, A. L. Alvarez. be distributed among the railwaysof service of a single vessel of this It also proves confidence, ..'.....hlll. Illork I In th. rime mentioned }' JINI
Daniel of Sarasota, have left for the United- States. of the country In Roosevelt' balnw the n.m* 'land a*
Russell and Paul Knight
the II'dIld
added gain '
type as more are '
; Wlnston-Salem, N C. Bontlnel.Ind. the *.>riT>"d In the originali } ,'$
spent the week-end with Mr. Eu- Gainesville to resume their studiesat FUTCH THANKS VOTERSI Linking rail and ocean transportation may be expected to continue. slat l IK lyingIn Hlork 10 (twenty), 1
of Florida. ( Dem.) Llnaall of old block twenty OO,
Bgene Matthews. the University In a unity of shipping Following their launching at
-- now k Hlonk I. except Iota f >
wish to express my appreciation facilities, the Sea train system lethe Chester, Pa., Seatrain New York -- --- elKht (I)W"'d.I: I '* IS( ) In the: North-I
Mrs. Bun Haynes of Winter Ha- Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis, Mrs. for the support received in conception tolp Graham M. and Havana will begin in October Inverness Avalon Theatre op- itiit corner nf ...Id. blnpk, according. i''
the lines nf th original plat.ThU
ened for business to
Jven, visited friends, and relatives j; E. Wilson and Mrs. Edward the city election held September13th. Brush, thirty-eigh4year old shipping weekly service to New York recently. the lath day of "'i'i>t.mb.r, lr wl
I in.Starke Monday. Burns spent Monday In Jackson C. A. Futch. expert. Already Mr. Brush Havana and New Orleans, Forth -- A. U. 1089. ,11I
lI'r.UY1) lIlLl':11N': !
..- ha. ship of'Ytf!tr"typeSea1" launching of "Seatrain New Jacksonville- -Hangar to be con 55
vllle.* one : Npcalnl Master in Ch..""..." .
Mr and :Mrs. J, M.'Alvarez, Mrs. BAREFOOT THANKS VOTERS train New Orleans'..operating between York," member of the President's structed at municipal airport .I8.lt-lI.au.. '
JLamlra Murden and Billy Graham Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Wilson and New Orlean.and Havana. cabinet the Shipping Board, Gov.ernors ------- ------------- ":;..;;:

I motored to Gainesville Sunday. son, Robert of Jacksonville, are I wish to express my sincere ap- Built in England because Amerl.) of state touching the U

the guests of, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. preciation to those who supportedme can capital was dubious, It proved Delaware, and other notable havebeen i mu
"
Mrs. Bolen Johns of Hampton' Wilson.. in the recent city election. I a phenomenal success, and b* de- invited. Ald

Ihai been the guest of Mrs. S. R. will be at all times ready to serve WILSON FAMILY HAVE Lakewood Large residence 01Thonotossusa n .

(Johns this week. Fall Hate to match your dress atSternber's. you. P. M. Barefoot. REUNION road, on westeri

edge of city, recently purchase( TIPToP
Mrs. G. M. Inman spent several I "'" IIAMRICK KINDERGARTEN Last Sunday the family and relatives by Norman McLeod Post No. 26

t'hya< In Ocala this week in interest. Mrs. L. E. Jordan and son, Edward OPENS TERM MONDAYMrs. of the late James. M. Wilsonof American Legion.Jacksonville .

lot the Woodmen Circle. and Harold Darby, of Oviedo Clay county, met at Beulah

are guests at the home of Mrs. N. S. F. Hamrick wishes to announce church which for many years was Sennstag build,
Raincoats for all the family at T. Ritch. to that her kinder
parents the regular place of worship. Ing, located at southwest corner 81
Steinberg's.i garten will begin Its fall term Mon- After an In plrL\1C\ ;sermon by Johns and Hendrlcks avenues, being ,
.
Miss Mozelle Ritch,,'who has been day.Mrs. I Rev. L. A. Donnelly, the pastor, a renovated.
i .$tale's Attorney and Mrs. A. :S.:i.Crewa visiting Miss Estelle Kendrick returned Hamrick has taught Starke., dinner was served and the remainder ,

spent Tuesday in Jackson- to her home in Clover S. C., rounatera for many years and she of, the day. spent in renewing I Plant City Dainty Kltchci 1 r
Ivllle. Sunday.Dr. Is looking forward to another successful .
old 4cquatntaoee and making new
cafe, opened] at east entrance tj GROCERY
season.
Judge A. Z. Adkins Is in Jack- and Mrs. 3. J. Bullen have ones.Among those attending this hap Wright,Arcade.

Iwnville this week presiding at the returned from Daytona Beach, py reunion besides the settlement .

|Duval county court. where they visited Mr. and Mrs. A. ,- --- people were: Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Dade City -. O. L. Dayton Jropened ,
office for practice of lain \
M. Hodgson. GovernorRoosevelt Wilson, of Monlac, Ca.; Mr. and
Mr. C. C. Huppe of Tampa, spent Mrs. L. F, Wilsont Jacksonville; ,Hucabay.. Building) ?11d

I Tuesday night with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. W. T. Shiver and Mrs. R. B. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Wilson, :Mrs. A. Location Between Bank and Poatofflce $ ,

10. L. Beasley. Alvarez of Jacksonville, are visit- J. Murrhee, Mr. and Mrs. Otto County secured] all right of wa y i

Ing their parents. Mr.' and Mrs. L. Says Murrhee, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Wilson necessary for construction of roa STARKE FLORIDA

Mrs. O. J. Griffin returned from V. Moore. Mr. and Mrs. R. R Dyal and No. SKVA- -Marlanna Floridan. r
I Tampa where she has -- ------
Tuesday, Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Thomas, Jr., all
I been visiting relatives. Mrs E. M. Harris and sons, John- of Green Cove Springs; Mr. and Dade City Misses. Carolyn an,I Pure Creamery Alaxwell Rouge : 1

nie and Bill, of Jacksonville, have Mr. C. U. Wilson and' Mr. and Virginia Boyce opened beauty par

Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and Mrs. J. returned to their home after a visit Mrs. L. E. Wilson, of Paradise; lora in room of Neal building. Butter lb. 22e Coffee lb. 30e *F

8. BUtch spent Thursday In Jack- here with Mrs. E. H. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Horace* Wilson, of -- ; -- ml ,

waviiie.\ Archer; Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Jacksonville Application mad,

Mrs. J. L. Corbett of Tampa,, s Sparks, Mr. and Mrs: K. C. Bounds, by C. W. Duckworth, 6101 Nor No.1 'While lO 16s. Whole Grain i; tl

Mr. and :Mrs. F. A. Canova and spent several days of last week Palatka: :Mr. and J4.u..1J. T. Lew :wood Avenue for permission to construct

daughter, Mary Ann of Gainesville, with her parents, Mr and Mrs. J. J. ",tynAT the world" needs most to- Is, Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Harris, Mr. bulkhead and pier at hi Potatoes -ISc Rice 5lbs. IScCoieB

event Sunday with Mr. Canova's Rlgdon.Mr. 'V day 1 I. a national penny: which W G. Burch and Mr. Q. L. Davis of property on Moncrief Creek. -

mother Mrs. E. E. Canova. will, make us an example! of national Penney Farms} Mr. and Mrs. Ira
and :Mrs. Arthur Rigdon of honor' to other! nations." I Wilson: Mr. and Mrs. ,A. F Mur- Best 2J IblJ. True'Love 2J IblJ. ; '

Mrs. J. J. Canova returned FrIday Jacksonville, spent the week-end rhea; Mr. and Mr" X -4- Thomas, .

from Jacksonville, where she with his parents Mr. and :Mrs. J. "We cannot call ourselves wise. Mr and Mrs. L. A.Donnelly, Mrs. FLORIDAT Flour 52e Flour 55c'
-
- -
tailed her sister Mrs. A. J. Cum-I J. Rigdon. or p trlctle If w* seek to escape th* Laura. Sassee and daughter dJs

Wns. responsibility of remolding
Miss Edith Lang and Harold merit to mate It more serviceable toall Frank.Webb, of Hawthorne Mr. J. GAIN. SVIU.E. FLA. Best ''Yltlte Meal or

Mr. and Mrs. Larsen were accompanied Lang have) returned to their: homeIn the ponpl and more responsive H. Sapp, of Russell, Messrs. McKinley .
....
to Gainesville by their, Pittsburgh, Pa., after a visit at to modern, nation*." Dowling and Dozier Dowl- Bacon lb. 9c Grits 10 Ibs.lSc {'
-
toll, Charles Larsen, Jr., who will the home of Mr. and Mrs.. L. V. I ing, of Gainesville; Mr. and Mrs, PROGRAM WEEK OF SEPT 15 ,

| tiller the University.of Florida. Moore. "Those who bold public office M. C.. Beck, High Spring. --- Vienna Can YELLA\v
.
content merely to TODAY
should not be '
CoL and Mra. D. E. Knight bad Mrs. Robert Tanner and sons. I Uk the duties of tbolr Jobs as they West Palm Beach-Resurfacing TODAY Onions S lbs. lOc 1

Jf guest Sunday their son Paul Robert and Edward returned to Und them and carry them! out according i and] oiling several down town CONSTANCEBENNETT Sausage rrrr 5c $ '

ight.: who Is a student at the their home in Baldwin Sunday attar ; to precedent Thou who havebad streets nearing completion, ,', In
tnivwsity! of Florida. I a visit here with Mrs. Laura experience In operating; the I THE WORLD'SATURDAY FIWE1.2lbCanO.

Miss Powell. machine, should t bs able to tell of Homosassa Veneering mill "r'R'OyAGAINST K. SOAP MAKING POWDER 1
Louise Thede left Monday defects." h
Its moved
: formerly located at Ocoee,
for Montverde. where she will enter Mrs Sam Gllllsple of Ft. Meade e 13 lor 25c
:to this place.Fernandina. "WAR CORRESPONDENT --- -- 'VIII' 1.216. for JOe
wooL She was accompanied by and Mr. D. D. Colley of Winter -Tn world SIIIP of STATE ean- With
ter uncle and and Mrs. spent the week-end with safe court to port JO Ibtl. -
aunt. Mr. Haven, not wialn;: Its Fish meal Menhaden JACK HOLT AND ItALPIIGRAPES IG oz. ?
i ir
Charles LarlleD of Lakeland.Mr. their parents, Mr. and Mr. W. A. by reckless!! spending and by rtk- 1
Miss Lois Colley returned but It can steer, plant opened] for summer '
vituperation! 45c
Colley. !lees '
season. i f. Monday Only (On the Sage) Sugar .r. Jelly - lOc'y, h l
and visit unity of action anda f
for by
1& Mrs. D. T Clark enroute with them a lately home to tnt -. .; ,' LI HO CIIANO l I'
weir' eventually -
home In Miami after anth's dete1'1llinatI'D
E Wiggins The Great ChInese Magician
.W
Plant City ,. ,
kauntsln: vacation spent in Black Mr. and Mrs. N. a. Adams their have its Just obligation. moved Wiggins' Market ana Grocery On the> Screen Northern or Navy Tall Pink 3 for rfV9 \
N. C., and Asheville N. moved to Waldo to make -
C r-! Spent several days' with Mrs. home. Mr. Adams is employed by "The highest Ideal of America to .larger qu rlrL -MONDAY------*-TUESDAY- BEANS 1 : v

CIa r*"* parents, Mr.and Mrs. N. D. the Seaboard Railway, and on account demand that with strict adherence ailnon 21.JCQT. 1;
Department TONIGHT"With 6lbs. 25c
I
Walnwrlgbt last week. of a change In his run finds to the principles of Washington w* Panama ClLy.hnelder's: "LOVE ME ___ t

I convenient to make this maintain an International fretJdoml] Store undergoinlng/ TALL CAN j''
t1iW.e. It more provements. MAURICE: CHEVALIER. ,L..UJUNETJ'E .. 8\1jEET' ?
Katherine and Wild Chang of residence. and, at the same lira, offer leadership __
?kung Oviedo to a soraly-trled humanity." ; McDONALD Ml; 5cPer.cT
spent Monday Arcadia ,- Co'Cavas moving ---'- Pickles -150 - -
'ttJ1M+*-N..T.: RUclvMlss'WlWa"ng 'Misses Hazel and Gladys Under- and cafe equipment to new WEDNESDAY -
was enrotft to t attend the wall, how location. AUSTIN AWARD NKJHTt : 3 Ib8. 25eSSe
the Florida State College making preparations to planning are worth S Ls. BUCKET
.. women convention of the Alachua much more important U It that the On the Screen lfl. JOe
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who win that will be held at the FrIday permanent program< both ,
return to Starke I
of Home Electric
and statewide la it* ob'jeeuree. In corner room -BIO CITY BLUES"
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{ PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGB PD. BTARKB.: FLORIDA FRIDAY SEPTEMBER Ia

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Beautification And Select Seed in The wA1tQd.M. Fleming, chairman of both T
r county executive committee ::
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Gardening StressedIn Field And Keep The the steering committee. Salllpl
lr ballots naming the

FARMERS SECTION Radio Programs Crop Yields Better LIVE STATE NEWS qualified dldates are voter to be after mailed Democratic the to vou eve c.?

Gainesville, Fla. The opening ( By Spuds Johnson.) lists have been certified *

: p a Conducted by Demonstration Agents program in a series of beautification We growers of general crops News of Florida in Short Paragraphs county commissioners: some by a

and gardening talks over five such as cottou and corn are often next month Mr. Fleming gall tine

different radio stations in Floridawas urged to select seed in the fieldin --

presented Wednesday Sept. the tall instead of waiting till West Palm BeachA tederal1D.
-- --- ---- 14, by Dr. Wilmon Newell, dean of spring and gathering up a bunchof than agent has his eye on grocert

,I the College of Agriculture and any kind of seed we can find I and drug stores
Orlando Formation of the which
KENTUCKY PEN WILL POULTRYMEN WILL KEEP has prepared a warm reception for have
W
,a { WIN EGO CONTEST RECORDS IN COOPERATIONWITH Mrs. Cbas. W. Ten Elck, presidentof The sad part of it is that so few Florida Movies Inc., and plans for thieves If they return that way and selling lemon extract and a DHL,
1 the Florida Federation of Garden of have attention to
i us paid any pared liquid fuel in
ANOTHER TO START EXTENSION SERVICE the immediate establishment in also warned other growers to be unusual qu&Vi
Clubs. Both stressed beautification this advice Orlando of a fully equipped studio, on the look-out for thieves. ties to the Seminoles In West Pain

!'s Chipley, Fla.-With 21 days to Gainesville Fla. Poultrymenall of Florida for its tourists Sometimes I think we are a lit-I were announced here tonight by G.I ----- Beach Miami and other southern
residents. The series will tle bit We about
1 go at the sixth Florida National over Florida will start another and con- peculiar. complain I Jackson, Jr., local real estate op- Pompano-Another bit of hero- Florida cities, says F j. rjav
tain 41 talks, one each week until our seed "running out" and our
port, deputy United
Egg-Laying Contest a pen of birds year of record keeping October 1 next June. crop yields getting less, and yet we erator and civic leader. ism on the part of those air mail ahal. States mar!
', owned W. E. Pyles Maysvllle, with the Florida "Nobody imagines that
; by In cooperation pilots was recorded here when FredB. tit
The talks will be broadcast from are unwilling to take the time to
Red Skins
t,4;, Ky., Is assured of winning the con- Agricultural Extension Service, Ocala-General W. E. McGahagin Cann, Atlanta-Miami air mail are buying so much ?
Gainesville eacb Wednesday do a few things that we
WRUF simple tract for
'k test, according to E. F. Stanton, Norman Merhrof, extension poul- of Ocala was elected commanderof flier, saved the lives of John Sand- making lemon pies KJ
at 12:15: on the Florida Farm know will help to keep our seed said "and
:, Florida pens hold the announces. This Is the the Florida Confederate veter- evidently some
''rv i supervisor. tryman Hour. The same talks will be read pure and our crops productive. "Wehaven't lin and his family from their burn- have ston
next three positions. eighth year that such records have ans for his third term. Leesburgwas Ing home. Cann found their house keepers forgotten that It's unlawful .
at about the same! time over got time" la our annual ex- to sell
During the 11 months the Pyles been kept. selected for the 1933 reunion. aflame shortly before dawn. He intoxicants to in
WDAE Tampa, WQAM Miami, "
entry of 10 birds have layed 2,380 The Extension Service has prepared cuse.Field The veterans closed their 1932 reunion dived and zoomed his plane over dains. He said several arre U
l WJAX, Jacksonville, and WCOA, selecting our seed corn,
w eggs for 2,508 points. The nearest two simple, yet complete), Pensacola. cotton and potatoes takes time. here with a grand ball the house several times until he recently had been made for SUch

,,1' ,, ,{ competitor is a pen owned by M. record books which will make com- Dean Newell congratulated the There Is no question about that.It at the Ocala Woman's Club. aroused the occupants Then he offenses
C Wtlscholek Jacksonville, which accurate record keep- -
,
r paratively garden clubs of Florida for the is much easier to go to the crib, flew over Pompano and soundedthe Cocoa Results of
Is the
has 2,290 points. Third place for poultrymen. One .
1y n Ing easy fine showing they are making, and the seed bin or the storage house Lake City-Last Monday afternoon alarm, bringing fire appartusto growing and cooperative
now held by Davidson Poultry book is especially suited to small marketing movement
two drove to the within few minutes. -
strange men scene a
the entire College of Agriculture just before we get ready to plant up
pledged
started In this
Farm Auburndale which has 2,288 flocks .and the other better fits l section sonic
the West End Service Station. One
and Wm. C. Crosby", Tar large! poultry farms. These books to aid in any way pos and grab up a bunch of seed thanit weeks ago, already are becoming
points
sible with practical scientific advice is to pick seed out at harvest"got out of the car, lifted the hose Bradenton-A "college" to equip noticeable in the
; pon Springs, owns! the fourth en may be secured fret of all costs, from Its rack and said "one gallon"jand I planting of mow
'r through the county or home dem- and experimental results. time and save it until plantingtime. fishermen with something more than 200 acres to truck
13' try.One However the time is time after taking as much gas as' than has been crop
leading He then made a strong appeal luck established here above the
birds is Mr. I planted
acreage
of the Pyles onstration agent, or by writing in other
.fit. 'against woods-burning, stating, well spent and will be worth moneyto ho wanted, got into the car and by Dr. C. H. Bryan, retired Chicago -
,' y In the individual race with 803 Mehrhof, at Gainesville. j years, according to H. C Van Ned,,
"I! our winter visitors could see us in the long run. both drove hurriedly away. physician. The physician, one
t M +a points for 282 eggs.!' A Welucholek Those taking the books agree to secretary of the central commit
f Florida it in midsummerthe We should select seed from I of the school of who believe -
see
as we anglers
short tee of the farmer's
297 flit out
t ;, bird Is second with points. keep records and a I organization
} hotels of Florida could not hold plants that are free of disease and I II there's much art in
just
+ The seventh content will begin report each month. The completed Sanford Formally launching I as Following out the plan Initiated!
1, G, October 1, and all Indications point reports are given to the county or I half the tourists returning to tae bear good crops under normal conditions I his campaign, William J. Howey, handling a rod and reel and land- I August 16, when members it the
y who state winter after winter." He as well as measure up to Republican candidate for gover- ''Ing a big one as there Is in paint- organization
successful recently demonstration were
; : to a year. Speaking home agent, I 'I I given the opportunity -
1 % : to Florida poultrymen, Norman fiends them to Mr. Mehrhof. The compared blackened stumps, our type that we have selected as I nor, yesterday told his listeners leg a "Mona Lisa" says he org' to file rcquc t.! for assistance

u' R :Mehrhof, extension poultry poultrymen, who keep such recordsare scorched pines, wide expanses of desirable. here that a "good dose of two- I!anized a course of instruction be- in obaiilnij: ; .'J.r J ap
specialist, outlined a number of ad- divided in four groups accord- ashes and bare'' grounds! and I Cotton should be kept pure by I party government" Is what Florida :[:cause: ho was "pained at the Ineptitude proximately 8000 p .' fer1 -

;, vantages to entering a pen in the Ing to the number of birds they screens of smoke with what shouldbe preventing mixing at the gin. TJila I need Howey also said "our tax I of dubs." tUizer have been p'; 1'AI,
falls to beautiful drives for the visitors. Is one of the greatest. troubles rate can and must be cut In two." I -
td content Even if the pen have. Winners In each group are I requests are being i it i ''d by
f v'' win, the poultryman has the official announced\ and a summary of the "Nature Intended that Florida with cotton seed. I a well-qualified con : 'eforebeing
trapnest record on 13 of his beat records la furnished each record should be beautiful and she will !' Corn that is selected for seed I n.Uaml--The: University o.f Miami I ac-coiling: approved, Mr. V has
? ; detailed make it beautiful if given a chance. should be well cared for and kept will inaugurate a Pan-American stated.
{l q ; birds. lIe is also given keeper each month. This allows a I Unli od States marshal, claims he
+ consumed. What an opportunity for the gar- : protected from: weevils and other institute during the next term of .
data about the feed they poultryman to compare the performance I fin neither read nor write, left -- --
He baa' the opportunity to comparehis I of his birds with that of den clubs to take up the sword pests. school as an outgrowth of the Pan- I I J-icksonvllle last night In custody I Winter Garden Fiery c.

birds with birds from other other birds over the state. His)and slay this dragon of fire! They : Let's invest some of our time at American forum, which has been of n. R. Grlflth, deputy United opened under m, r :t ci!

L section and under the same man own records: also allow him to should find valuable allies In the harvest in selecting good seed for I conducted two or three years. Dr. I| St"..'es marshal, for Chattanooga, I G. W. Middlebrook.

agement. This comparison offers a : study his own business and sea turpentine operators and lumber- the next crop, and watch it pay Victor Andres Delaunde will direct Tarn" to face forgery charges. He -

"' big Held for advertisement of where It may be made to bring men who look to the woods for dividends in better crops. I the institute, which will open January Is :iTuford Hall, who recently was

l'' r breeding stock him more money. raw materials, in the sportsmenwho 9 and continue 10 weeks.' brought here from Brevard county.

ui $1 Florida poultrymen Interested in .----'"-- realize that burned woods can I. ----- Federal Judge Louie W. Strum JLOOrIAS

r. ;F entering a pen should write Mr. TOO LATE TO SPRAY not support game, in cattlemenwho I HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES Tallahassee-A department of signed/ an order for his removal to

Stanton, at Chipley, and do so at TRUCK FOR DISEASE need improved pastures, and i health education has been organized I the E,>stern District of Tennessee

f G, once before all of the pens are WHEN TROUBLE SEEN In the large army of good folks I Wnelily. from Home Demonstration I''I at the Florida State Collegefor ou Friday.

{; 4; taken. who find recreation in camping in Specialist, Tallahassee I Women and will offer four new _

j t Gainesville, Fla. After fungi nature's own beauty." he said. I I courses in health studies during the DeLand-While on their recent

CAN CHICKEN' IN TINS have caused vegetable plants to Mrs. Ten Eick congratulatedthe term which will begin Monday. Dr. tour of the state in the interests of

? turn yellow, wilt, and fall to the College of Agriculture for this Suitable Shoes I I Edith Mols, a graduate of the the Centry of Progress exposition,
'qb Clearwater, Fla.-Fifty tin cans new milestone of helpfulness to the Women's Medical College of in with Senator
ground it is too late to save the Shoes may mar an otherwise company Hodges,
of chicken were recently canned by plant by using fungicides, says Dr. state, and urged those interested successful costume if they are not Pennsylvania, will direct the new Commissioner Mayo and other
t the Clearwater Home Demonstration In beautifying Florida to profit by department. members of the Florida commission
4' Q. F. Weber, plant pathologist at well chosen, and too frequentlythey -
; r Club at a cost of 18 1-2 cents the Information In the talks Earl W. Brown
4 ; the Florida Experiment Station. do not give a sense of being manager of
per No. 2 can, reports Mrs. Joy Fungicides are applied to plantsto suited to the occasion. Shoes Tallahassee-The Florida Railroad exhibits and J. A. Mackintosh, superintendent -

Belle Hess, home demonstration prevent infection by the various which are Intended for street wear Commission will hold a pub- Florida's agriculturaland

M agent. The chickens were bought parasitic fungi, he stressed, since I should not only be comfortable, lic hearing here October 12 on the horticultural attractions at theWorld's
J f for 12 cents per pound. Chicken I trouble Is seldom recognized until \VRUF FARM PROGRAMThe < > but they should look comfortable. application of rail lines serving Fair, arranged for a showing

gumbo chicken and noodles, and! the parasite is firmly establishedand I. Voice of Florida" t Shoes with high French heels and Florida for a revision of the present of a small grove of Florida's

/ ; I} canned boned chicken were made. it is too late. long pointed toes look out of place rates on canned goods in car-I[far-famed tree blueberries which

Apply the sprays and dusts to -.>-*-.--. -. -44 -. -. with street clothes, and they are lots and less than carlots and on are so rapidly becoming one of the

Nl'HSEKY PLACES ORDER the plants as soon as they emerge Gainesville, Fla. The Florida not made for exercise. Such shoes Iron and steel articles In less than state's leading fruit crops. .

i' ( FOR 20,000 CERTIFICATES through the soil whether in the Farm Hour, to be broadcast at I are planned for evening wear and I than carlots between points in the

seedbed or in the Held. This first noon each day next week from are not in good taste for business state. St. Augustine-This oldest cityIn
v+, Gainesville, Fla. An order for for' for school. -. North America celebrated its
application should be followed by WRUF will present many up-to-
y 6{ i 20,000 certificates for the sale of other applications as often as may date talks by College of Agriculture hosiery to Match Gainesville Headquarters for 367th birthday last week. State I't'I ,
9 nursery plants was recently placed the third district of the Florida officials and
be required to keep all new workers. The schedule follows I representatives of
The Is
with J. C. Goodwin, nursery Inspector growth of the plants covered with : hosiery' as important a Forest Service have been transferred Spain joined In the day's festivities.
note in costumes the shoes and
as
of the State Plant Board. ,
the fungicide and thus protectedfrom Sat., Sept. 17-Florida Farm from Trenton to Gainesville, It While there they, with hundreds of
;, :, > This Is the largest single order perhaps the most outstanding :
announced L. T.
i was yesterday by others
infection by the numerous News and Hints. Farm Editorial were guests at a Spanish
a single that should be followed
1) principle
-
ever placed with the board, and Nieland, district forester In charge.
parasitic fungi.Bordeaux Snapshots. costume ball in old Fort Marlon, '
in the selection of
shoes and I
Indicates that this is
nursery expecting l Mr. Neiland has located his office
mixture 2-4-50 form. New formerly Fort San Marco. St. Au-
Mon., Sept. 19- Poultry is to them
hosiery keep Inconspicuous
;{t big things this season in ula, has been used very satisfactorily Disease Findings Dr. E. F. and a unit with the dress. temporarily at 621 East Univer- gustine was founded by Don Pedro
the of movement Mr.
way plant in the seedbeds and on sity avenue. It will be open for Menendez de Avilez
'h Goodwin stated. young Thomas. Getting Pullets Ready This means that the values shouldbe on September
rr l To protect the plant lovers of plants, the strength to be Increased for the Laying House-Norman R. similar as the dress, or darker business Monday. 8, 1565. The town is located near ; LOW AS$1r8
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to 4-4-00 the plans de where Ponce De Leon to
as Mehrhof. according
than the dreaa.in order to make
ti' P Florida from the wide distributionof a
1 velop. The spray can be appliedto Tues., Sept.20--Root-Knot and good base for the figure, and to Clearwater Barnard Kilgore, historians, landed when he discov-
pests on plants purchased or 'ilrl
the plants any time, but preferably I Ants in Seedbeds-J. R. Watson. avoid creating a center of interestat shipper canner and one of the ered Florida in 1518.StuartHurrican .
secured from friends, all plants when In' largest citrus growers in this section FOR 4
they are dry. Farm Question Box. -
the feet Instead of at
the face.
moved In the state must be inspected TIRESExpertly
of the state, charged yesterday -
S contrast, the dusts such as copper Wed., Sept. 21-Natural Soils The well dressed woman be storm warn-
by a of the may
representative
lime should be applied when the for Ornamental Plants Dr. R. M: said to wear inconspicuous cloth- that arsenic had been plantedIn ings were used as a ruse to decoy Mounted Free
r Plant Board and certified to I :
as _
plants are wet. Dusts such as 60- Barnette. Primer for Town Farm Ing; her dress and hat are simplein five of his 25 groves, to preventhim five Filliplno truck farmers from m
their
apparent freedom from major .
A pests. 20-20 copper-llme-arsenate or 75- design, yet they have an individual from marketing his crop. State Indlantown, by persons who burn. .....r... L.chfin
25 copper-lime can be applied to ers.Thurs.., Sept. 22-The Soil and note that ,expresses her personality inspectors reported traces of arsenic ed their dwelling and provision $479QUALITY
the plants In stage of development I Fertilization R. on trees in the fire groves Sheriff .30
; ECONOMY DRESS WINS any Crop W. and distinguishes her cos- supply, Marlon M. McGhee
i ; with very little danger. Fall Ruprecht. tume from all those around It; her and have placed a stop order on the believes. They said that white

i Pensacola, Fla. The winning truck crops, such as peppers, eggplants FrI., Sept 23-The Relation of shoes, hose, gloves, handbag, and groves, containing an estimated residents came to them September

street dress at the annual home cucumbers, tomatoes, celery Soil Types to Livestock and Dairy jewelry are fitting accessories, and 25,000 boxes of fruit. 4, when storm warnings were displayed -

j' demonstration club dress contest and potatoes should be sprayed Development-Dr. O. C. Bryan. while not calling attention to and told them to leave the

r recently held here cost 97 cents, or dusted regularly for the beet Each morning at 9:45: the Florida themselves, they serve to make the Jacksonville-Taking cognizanceof district. They went to Gomez

according to Miss Ethel Atkinson, results. Home Period will go on the air wearer and the costume a perfect Republican propaganda being where eight other Filllplnos have
:V home demonstration The for a 15-minute chat from the unit. spread in West Florida to the effect settled and on their return to In- You jet quality eMreltmN
agent. TO SELL IIOOS EARLY home demonstration that William J. Howey the diantown found their Goodyear builds
r winning afternoon dress was madeof agent. -Lucy Belle Settle. Republican gubernatorial candi- yesterday more tire and can therefore f
voile and cost 65 cents A sack dwellings destroyed.
'4 dress was worn in the contest Jasper, Fla.-Five cars of choice And the Worst date, four years ago carried South values. Com>and seel .......;
is Yet Come Florida and will do so again this
to
feed Ham
"I which cost just S cents. The contest hogs are now on full on Mount Dora-Wesley Royan suf.
-Ci shows that dresses suited to ilton County farms and they will year state Democratic headquarters fered severe and painful cuts received ...... e

a all occasions can be made at home be marketed the latter part of I has issued figures showingthat last Friday evening in a $ ;, $ r.caIne'n.

for a nominal cost. :Miss Atkinson September or the first of October, Howey in his initial race for rather unusual accident, the explosion r Each. I :! cur"'.
said. according to County Agent J'. J. the governorship was decisively defeated of a five gallon glass water Bangle.So '
Sinai.94-79 :
1 I
in section of the state.
Sechreet. I every bottle. The accident occured at TnbS1.0 TuMS_

PUT CATTLE ON PASTURE I.. I the home of Bill Wicker, at Lake 475.15
Jacksonville-Through. Its perl- 4fatSinai.
Why should farmers feed corn Franklin Park. Royan was, wash- 6
1 Cross City, Fla.-There are over weevils Fumigate with carbon bi I periodical "The American Citizen," Ing out the bottle with a hose $57. :; tra

r ,' Ss 7,000 head of cattle on Improved sulphide pound to 100 cubic feet \ b) the Anti-Saloon League of Florida pushed down the neck. As the .. la'"
today named candidates it favorsin water partly filled the bottle the 'S.4 slnWi 3l :
1 pastures In Dixie county, accord- of tlgthly closed bin space.In ..11
s ing to County Agent D. !.t. Tread- the November elections. WilliamJ. compression of air caused it to explode Tub CS.03 Tub.O =-=-,

h well. One concern recently has sunny Florida a little Italian Howey, Republican gubernatorial ,.glass flying In all directions. 4-Tf-S 4.7-" I I$6:4
nominee, Glenn B. Skipper Re- Royan was badly cut on the face ,
started permanent pasture grasses rye grass will keep the lawn green \ $ 0
% on 42,000 acres and another has all winter. Sow during October bvk publican nominee for congressman. and neck. also one arm and wrist, V""' ;
+ s leased 65,000 acres of cut-over t at-large, and Arthur R. Thompson, a cut artery causing considerable lurra

land to be used in beef production. If you can't raise stable manure first district Republican congressional loss of blood. tUngl Sft4Tub ampt.9e'H I
nominee, were named by the 9SS Tubs .I..J....
for
your land grow It the vetch r ;
Ise USE CANE BORER ENEMY and Austrian pea way. publication as friendly to the dry West Palm Beach-The city asked .-..-I*' .. "
cause. the West Palm Beach Water

r West Palm Beach. Fla. More With the school season rapidly Company to cut its rate from $30.- $145.,.. $6SS I
than 90,000 trichogramma parasites West Palm Beach __ Six tons of 000 to $7,000 annually hydrant VII. .. I .
approaching, parents should be interested "
z wasp-like Insect that helps In good school, lunches. canned frozen eggs and a lot of service to the city as a consumer SInAI.$..g 5IftaI ties

or w control the cane borer, have been The State Home Demonstration canned crab meat were carted out The water company today said no. Tuh ....7 Tube 'I.J

i1)I distributed in Palm Beach county Department has a bulletin which of a local cold storage plant by The city commission decided that Oilur_ in I'rOpM">'*
''af this M -. fI Federal officers here today and deposited unless the water
season reports .U. Mounts, wiU prove helpful. Write and ask -- company change tsPLIES"
on a city dump. F. J'. Davenport Its the 6 and 0
} county agent. for mind city will charge the
bulletin 49, or ask the home ....
r demonstration for it. Deputy United States marshal company $23,000 annually for the I Oetb..ist.rsLLr( :t.lnaN,:: .nd'"
agent
Winter Park-R. F. Leedy Co., I said he was destroying the use of the streets, thus making up "their.5..Ia..J.m..,- Su-wuntrolllb004.. .
s plans to move to larger quartersin products by order of the Federal the water bill. The city can do to bad. lb. r. rjwll1 *..
Treating vegetable seed with
.trip1' mod
Hamilton Hotel building. I corrosive sublimate (1 to 1,000) be- court which held some of them this because the company's franchise w.MaabN call th.m.REAL .

,", J v. a Leeeburg Extensive alterations fore they are planted Is good Insurance were in violation adulterated of the and Pure misbranded Food and has to privileges expired and from It is a not franchise entitled TIRE SERVICEYour
for the truck (
at and remodeling being carried grower. I f(4f(1'itv'( Drug Act. city officials
explained.
out at Seaboard Oil Service Sta- Press bulletin 324 of the' Florida (' '( changed Your tires here.ore W* d:" p0 J

__ : tion, Tlnaleys at Ninth and Main Experiment Station. Gainesville [(I Plant City Starwaberry plant Cocoa-rA program calling for graphite your rttw.: '..correcc ebec:;

streets. tells about fumigating, for the i / r thieves made their appearance in the use of newspaper advertisingand alignment put In t .
,jtii corn weevil. the Midway section last Friday the mailing of sample ballotsto asKawEMSiiby

Apalacblcola-Work on section I night and stole between six and all qualified voters In Brevard howl

; of road from end of payment on Halleah Improvement and J Iuj seven thousand plants from the county was adopted by the steer- men who knowRegister I
Market St., to plant patch on the farm of Mrs. A.
Ferry landing, part terations costing about $300 I Ing committee of the county Democratic Co.
$4r, of state road No. 10 rapidly nearIng made to Spark Pharmacy al.1 I r uI M. Beaty V. M. Price who Is share executive committee, at its Motor 103

completion. Okeechobee road. cropping on the place, reported first meeting here. The meetingwas I PHONE J
sa vE'a yesterday. Mr. Price said that he j held in the offices of W. O. ', STAKKE n.oJU-\


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( ear from hearing the law, even his flit" and niiide., ai' >lUaton! for tax ; I
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., prayer shall be an abomination." WHAT EDITORS d. iMl to INHIU thtrrcon III accordancewith A JOINT nRSOl.UTION Proponing to 0''k"I present. mid' qualified. '
.J 'II: Prov. 28: 9. law Said ivitlflcatn embracesth Amend Section t of Article; I of Hhiill pit-Mlde over' trt.t entire court j :
) :;; following described propertysituated the Constitution of the state of and "''I<'h division "'......, until 'uio t" .
), .,j 18. What did Christ say of those ARE SAYING ida to-wlt. In: Hind ford county Flor Florida.. Itelatlna to County' Commissioners dliuililllty. uf the Chief Juatkc la I /.J?' I

who will do God's will "If any Wl of 8\V' % Section 10 Tp.| 7 S. U.The UK IT URKOt-VEP* : TIT TIIW., T.KOt! nmovdTh* ,..,tes cat In compllanr with '
feet ad ali&Lt man willeth to do His will, he shall .1 r.ATimra OF TJIU STATIC OF said. proposed amend. "'..nt.. and nil* ;Ii-
is I lamp onto my onto my path.-Psalm 119105. The effect of this order as a ns mnt of .. r; : il illherm.'f
1111 .
e know of the 11.u".r- FI.OIOUA : can\n s declaration and retu' "* 't'' '
teaching. whether ,
it untier the Bald certificate
<( of National That shall
section 1nf\ Article II of the no sulijerted to LU "I
? All religious teaching doctrine or be of God or whether t speak from n'sns to postpone foreclosures for In the name. said of certificate Ohosluy Foit.Ijoles. shall.be redeemed Constitution of the State! of Florida, sam, regulations) and rstrlotlons. ...u.rc '

11tWurLIuffrnLw. creed if they are to have any claim Myself" John 7: 17 R. V. See also (0 da.rel) may be quickly: gauged.It .arcordln. to law tax deed and tainting the same to.oounty Is. hereby commissioners amended and be provided. In the by state law of for Florida. areneratelectloiiH :
love. of the people' must be in harmony with Ps. 25: 9 John 8 ::12. will iKssiie thereon on the 10th day
IN TKST1MONRY: \
the U against the law for any national of aa amended Is aicreed tn and shall WIIKnEOF ,
poll I Octoher. A. n. 1911.
he teachings! of Jesus the Christ whose words fit into every fold and crevice 19. What will God allow to come bank to make loans Dated this Rth day u( September.A. b.. submitted to the electors of the I have hereunto set b
and of whom it said in John on teal State of Florida hand. and affixed the
was the my
human heart 7:46."NEVER MAN to those i>>>. in*. at general election :
who
(the LIKE THIS J MAN." reject the truth "Be. atnte. National banks have no a, w ALDRnMAN of Itepresentatlvea to be held In Great. Heal at the State of
>rAKE cause they receive not the love of morUftgea to foreclose. Their (Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court 19nl! for approval or rejection. Said' (SRAL] ) Florida at Tallahassee. ,
Bradford and Union counties are Invited to usa. this del truth. that DrnOforit County, FlorlJa.NOTICH Section' B of Article 0, a* amended' the Capital, this Ihe let
of they be
might saved. mortgage business la handled? .
Ponton by: ....".10-7. shall read aa follows: day of August A. D I 1912
>ent for news of church activities, organizations and announce* And for this cause God will send affiliates chartered under state law, Section 5. Immediately upon the It. A GRAY ,
and no made the ratification of this -l4t-ll- Secretary of ritute.
freely given charge only requlroine-.it them amendment the
tII. space strong! delusion, that they with state receiver whEln they: tall.
Item reach this office beforeVPdnHday OP K.I.KCTIO-V county commlaRloners of the several I
flif that such morning should believe a lie: that they all The Treasury Department order so counties of this .state shall divide 'OTU'.1 of trpiirTioFOH:/ ,
,..._,... cannot be handled for current Issue.
... thev. their respective counties Into TX UPP.ltNol'ce
far
""' --- might be damned who believed not as It relate. to the power of na- To the Sheriff. of Bradford County, five commlaslonera', districts to be / Is hereby: given: that J. F. '
I The ten said "They are stronger the truth but had pleasure in unrighteousness Lionel bank receivers. U a politi. of the Htate' of Florida: numbered respectively from one to (Coltey holder of TAX Certificate No .
I cal lie It n That' I, K. A. QUAT.Perretarv five Inclusive, and each district fta*, the 7th day of July A. ]>. 110,
I than we," but Caleb and Joshua ." 2 Thess. 2:1: 10-12. gesture It may have some effect f"it: ,of the State of shall be ax nearly aa posslbl ennui line fllnd sail. certificate In my office
' SUNDAY SOIOOI. I remembered the victory God gave 20. But what doctrines are some on state receivers, by: promising Florida dn hereby rive notice that ar.KXnitAl. In proportion to population, and and, made application for tax deed
LESSON I them Amalek to be misled in the last aid from the Home Loan Discount \ .:r.I<:M'ION. thereafter there shall I be., In each of to Issue. thereon In accordance with
over when Moses days? "Now ..
will he held In Bradford ( "unt" such districts a county commissioner law. Said. certificate embrace the $
--.J prayed while Joshua led the army, the Spirit speaketh expressly, that Bank within nlxty days. State of Florida on Tueaday nextaiicceedln who shall be elected by the qualified following described property Bit-

of Israel and again said to the In the latter times some shall depart Here Within though.the Home U another Loan handicap A.* n the 1(91 flret the Monday Bald Tuesday In November. tune: elector and place) of:ral,lo'n"'t/1'" ;; at other t the to-wlt uatrd :lu !liradford county Florida 1 .

FOR SEPTEMBER 18, 19S2I people, IOU the Lord delight In'us, from the faith giving to seducing Discount being, theF1011T11 county officers, and shall hold his One. lot fronting rtrnadway street, '
then he will bring us into this. spirits and doctrines of Dunk law forbidding aid to homeowners PAY OF NOVKMBETl ofTIc for four years; provldtMl. however houndod. N by olcl Jnll H hjr land. of 'I' ,
I whose For United Hlaten Senator from that the county cornnliepionereist'te.i J. ... ('oiler 'lu HtmkeHoc. Si, TwP
I Subject: The Report of the Spies. land, and give it us; only rebel devils" 1 Tim. 4:1.: See 2 Peter 2-: mortgages are more the Htlle of Florida. for nix yeara .. In the general election In 6 8 rt. tt .J' 1i<\
Godent Text: "The Lord is the not ye against the Lord, neither I 1. than six months In default, on prln- from March 4. 1M1: IHII3 from the even iiumlivred districts The sssusHtnoiit. .. of said. property if'f'I
of whom shallbe I I rlpal or Interest, the relief to real For seven cn) Presidential Eleotora. shall serve for two years, and under the said cert Iciatu Issued: wa '
1
ngth of my life; fear ye the people of the land the 21. What fate awaits blind teach entile those fiom: the odd numbered districts In the llama. of Robert. P. bates I', I
| owners\ will be slim indeed.If .
afraid." Esa. 27:1.: Lord is with us: fear them .not. ers and their followers Let them For Representative In Conarena, shnll serve for four years, and Unless said certificate shall be re.leeutrd ,j''
It ,State of Florida. at lara. In the jl
saves one borne It Is that much thereafter the terms shall bt four ;\ according to luw tax deed
( Lesson Text: Numbers 13: 1.14: But all the congregation bade stone alone: they be blind leaders of the worthwhile despite the blatancy of Seventy-fourth Conor*.* of the United tenrs' The powers, duties: and com- will Issue. theraon. tni the >5th day lit ,'
with stone." Lack of faith caused blind. And If the blind lead the Htalea. piuisntloii 1 of such county: rommlsMlon of Mnptemher, A, 1) 1031pnled ,
a moratorium ending' six days bfl- For Heprenenntlve of the Secondnvrenelnnal ..
rs shall ba pri>soilbed l>y law. this 13rd day of August A. ,' ,
Printed Lesson: Numbers 13: 1- the Israelites blind both (' of the Stateof .
[ to rebel aud anger shall fall into the tore el.Jf'tlon-Sl. Louis Star & lUntrlot D: 1032.
1 2S-33. God. ditch." Times. Florida. In the Seventy-Fourth A JOINT nl H.IJTtON rroimi-lnn a. w, Ai.nrcnMAv.: .
(tnd.) ConsreRR of the t'nlted StateR an Amendment, to Section' I and to (Soul) Clark of Circuit Court "
[ The Israelites were encamped 22. To whom will the gates of U S'flonseveit's For Uovernor of the State of Florid Section' 4 of Article V of 'the Constitution llradfard. County, Florida.,

i Kadcsh-barnes an oasis with a DULY BIBLE THOUGHTS J the heavenly city finally be open vigorous' nnoech At *For. Secretary of State of the the judiciary: of Florida llfftmrtrtiAtit.mi : Rebating. ; to I .l-20-St-O-ll.- -, ---_ _ _ _ t'i
eat spring and about 60 miles ed ? "Open ye the gates, that the Columbus offers a subtle contrast State of Florida IT nioKOi.vnn: i Y-'f"'lff.P:01q.: I IO'rI'I: ov "I'I'IU'1'10'1\ roil ji. 1"
[uth of Beersheba on the southern |, righteous nation which keepcth the with the Republican political philosophy For Attorney lleneral of the r.ATI'HIl OH" Till! BTAT13 OF 'I'AX. IIIOKIINotice :
September 10 SinCe of Florida. KI.OIUDA : la h..'...." given, t hot I?, F,
''ge of Canaan, where Abraham Reward of the Righteous: Mark truth may enter in." Isa. 26:2.: See of the last four year ttnon '' For Comptroller of. the State of That the following amendment. to fonwnv, holder. of Tax Crtlflcat*
ce lived and planted a grove, Truth Is the gem for which we volt! advances A sound American Florida. fI..lIon I .and to Hi-rllon' 4 of Article. No. 3.6. tlm, 7th day of July A. I'
the perfect man, and behold the For Treaaurer of the State of V of i th* Constitution of tho Stats of IWKfl ban filed said ,rtlfltul. In my
,u can judge/ how near to the upright; for the end of that man also Rev. 22:14.: doctrine. He recognizes that It Is Florida. Florida I be, and thn iHine" !I. hoi'''bynareed orrltie and rnadu appllcatlon for tnx.tlei I
'romlsed Land" of Canaan the seek not the function of government to For Huperlntendent! of Publlo In- to, niid shell he submitted to >'it tn last,,' I Ihei-vnn In acuordanvawith ao
Is peace.-Psalm 37: 37. make : ..triitli. ">n of the State of Florida.For the vlei-tni's of th. State of Klurlda lAw, Snld vnrtlflrat, .mbraa. .i
fact people
from the
raelltes had come September" 17 O tell us where It shall be found! prosperous and that CommlRRloner of Agriculture nt I the next ffoneral election to ba the follow,,,, .it the ples sent out from Kad- For this we search, and pray and the real source of our economlo ; of the State of Florid. held on the first,, Tuesday jift.*r t th. In Hradfiiul vvttnty, Florida
traveled Into and over Pales- The Love That Saves: For Godso welfare lies In the common sense For Throe JuStices of the Supreme. first Monday In November. 1931, for to-wlt: ( l .
h i loved the world that he gave weep. Court of the State of Florida.. tatlflcatlon or rejection WVi of NKi', of NX\fVi of WW\ A
lie (Canaan the promised land) That truth may in our hearts and Initiative of the people themHelved. For One Hallroad ComnilHHlonerof Section .. The Hupntme Court a snip 4n ft, wldn W i-t same, "$..".
examined its lands His only begotton Son, that who. ."Greenville, S. C., News. the State of Florida. ahall consist of seven (7) Justices 14. Twp. II H' It It] W B acres
H,l produce
( abound. For stale. Senator' for Fifteenth who .. The of said
soever believeth in him should not (lud.-Dom slmll t> elected by the iiuall. aasesMmeiit property
Jxxlland, sources of water the ) Senatorial District of the State of fled Honors of the state at the time uudtr' I the said cinrtlflcnt Issued: was ,
and fortifications the perish but have everlasting lIfe.- Florida. and I places I of voting for ln.ml.er. of In the .muiie. of John J, Conway
Jiles var- John 3: 16. We want the truth on every point, NOTICI: OK "' 1.1".11'1'10'1 Foil For" One member of the house of the 1 icarliilnture l 1 The term of nlTIc llnlcnn said crrllflvnt shall be rodnetned -
us tribes of people and their We want It all to practice by; T\X n.lIlu n..i>reaantatlvea of the Stat. of Flor of each Ji.ntlua; shall ba six :vimrs. accoiilluir to law tax deed
jblllty for warfare, and returned September 18 N"lloe l Is heri-by flvon, that n-o. ida. The terms of office of the Six Justices will issue thereon on the fitlth day
A Very Needful Prayer: Show Do thou, 0 Lord, our eyes anoint 4". White, holIer nt Tux Orllflrnte For Count I v Juilge.For now oonstlttitlnK the Supreme' of! September. A. I). 19S3.
> Kadcsh within forty days-and 0 Lord teach With a fresh unction from on No. 248. 7th day of July, A. T>. lltftO Sheriff.' I'ourt shall not lie affected by thisamendmint tinted this KOIh day of AusTtist A.
me thy ways, : me thy
For" clerk of the Circuit Court. t. 11138.
,
traveled on foot and over a haM flied al ey paths. Let Integrity and upright. high. and niHila application for tax deed. to For: County Assessor" of Tu.... elected in the ..sue manner and O. W. At.nMIUfAN .
utry they had never seen. for I wait Charlotte Haskins. Inane, thereon In accordance wIth For Tax Collector.For at the same time and places aa required fSeal' ) Clerk of Circuit Court
ness me: on
JlnDeut. 1:19-23: Moses said tole preserve law Said certificate embraces the County Superintendent of bv the Constitution before nradfurd County, Florida..
thee.-Psalm 25: 4, 21.September Publlo TnMlructlnn. this amendment ITpon the ratification S-Se-Gt-tt-lU.
following dplI'rlh..d ltuate
property *
_ _ _
"We to Kadesh. FRESBYTEKIANServices
people came .
For
19 |ames-.and I said-the Lord thy Wit! Five County CommlaHlonera, the duty of the lovernor to appoint ]\II'I'U'IU
Begin the Day Right: Cause me Sunday September 18, NEV4 of NEU\< !I...-. IK arren on W.nkl For Three Member of the County one additional Justice of I the fn rirctt't! Court Twenty-Sixth'
I hath set the land before thee: to hear thy loving kindness in the of (}ull..y Uianch Hectlon SOTp bard of Public Inntrnotlon.. Supreme' Court and h* shall hold office Judicial I I'1I'.ult.% Hradfoid County,
> up and possess It, as the Lord as follows: 7 1:1.: U. 21 E.: For JiiRtlre. of the Peace In and from the dale of his appointment I'll' a t. of Florida In Clvnnrery.
t fathers hath morning; for In thee do I trust; 10 a. m. Sunday school, T. S. Williams The anNeKment for the following Justice Districts. until Tuesday. after the firstMonday Juanlta Story' Complainant,
thy said unto thee, cause me to know the way wherein under, the saId tI r":1'.11.u".0.r-: vl a.t In January, 1035 and whoseauooessor vs.
lar not, neither be discouraged' acting supt. In the name of Chenley FORK. No. One. shall b* elected at the J. It. Story, Defendant.
fnd said I should walk; for I lift up my 11 a. m. Morning worship, sermon Unless naltl certificate Hhall be redeemed No. Two. general election In 1134 to hold of It appearlno; by affidavit append
ye- we will send men soul unto thee.-Psalm 143: 8. according to law tax deed. No. EI< fore us to search out the land by the pastor. will UHue thereon on the 10th dayof For Constable In and for the fol- fling Tuesday, after the first MondayIn : stats cause that' J. H. Story, the defendant
d I word" etc. I September 20 7 p. m. Christian Endeavor. Top. ,. October A. D. 1032. lowing Justice DI"I rlct., via: January, lOIS, and thereafter the : therein named Is anonresident >
bring us
Pefect Guidance: Trust in the Leader lilted Ih1. 8th day of September, No. One successors of the Just lens of the I tu of tIme Htat of Florida
ic "Idol ,
The people did not follow God's Worship Today. A. I>. 19311. No. Two. preme court shall .b* elected at the : 'and h* :Is a resident' of Maniac, (
lines but decided to Lord with all thine heart; and lean Mrs. Lowry. O. W. ALPEHMAN. No. EI< investigater not into thine own understanding.In 8 m. Union services at the (Seal)) Clerk of Circuit Court, In Testimony Whereof I have hereunto expiration of their terma. of office twenty-on year It Ie therefore or.
themselves. p. fir ad ford County, Florida. set my hand and affixed the respectively except In cas of an dervd that said non-resident defendant -
The Lord let them have theiray all thy ways acknowledge him Baptist church. Rev.. G. P. RayI 1 -9-St-10-7. Urcnt Seal of the State of "Florida lection to Fill an unaxplred. taint .ofa be and he I I. hereby requiredto
and he shall direct thy paths.- mood will be the of the at Tallahassee, the Capital thin. the Justice whose term of office m.iy appear tn the bill of complaint
and today's lesson begins: I preacher first day of September A. U. IDillHKAL have become" vacant. filed; In: aald. cause on or before
And the Lord spake unto Moses Provo 3: 5, 6. ,evening and a rousing address is \OTICH OP APPI.IO4TIOV Foil ( ) It. A. OKAY, Section 4. The Supreme. Court mAY Tuesday the SOtli day of September, ,
September 21 : will be the TAX I>KKII (.Secretary of State. hear consider and determine causes A. 1>. lOll) otherwls tha allegations
This
aylng Send thou men that they I;I I assured probably Notice Is hereby STlven that Oeo.r To Hon. \V J. ISpperaiui.: Hhei'Iff, and exercise all its pnweia and Jurisdiction or ..Id bill will be taken as con : I
ay search the land of Canaan. The Supreme Ruler: Exalt ye the I last union service and so we urge a I White part Tax Certificate : Bradford County, tttarke, Flu. as, a slnnle body In which fassad. by said d fendttnt.. ,
Lord our God, and worship at his attendance. 7,10. tr7tht day of July A. O-O-Ut-ll-4. pass' a majority of the members of It la further ordered, that till order -
hlch I give unto the children of I good :D. mart, lies filed said certificate I In the court shell. .coustltut a quorumfor be published U"-. a week" for
footstool for he Is 99:
r e7: of every tribe .their fath- ; boly.-Psa. A cordial Invitation to all our I my office and made application for NOTICM Oil' KCTION) the dispatch of business or It five oonHeoutlv weeks In the Uradford -
( 6. I services extended to all. tax deed to issue thereon In accordance Whereas, the' !legislature of 1IS1.under nay 'to, I Its powers and jurisdiction County Telegraph, a. newspaper
1 shall $'e send a man every one ( September 22 : with law. Said certificate emraces the conRtltittlon of 1H5, ni Xj : divisions, under such published.: tn sailS<< County and
.
ruler among them. And Moses I t) the following described, the State of Florida did paea two regulation as may be determined by state.Thla. 1
nt! them the Refuge. Strength Help: God Is BAPTISTSunday I property xltuated In Bradford coun- Joint Resolutions proposing: amendmenta the Court. Each division shall consist August 17th mil, IE** 1
from wilderness of our refuge and strength a very I::3'. lor to the constitution of the of three members, of the court 0 W, AHHOHMANV K
Juan: all those men were heads school al 10 A. J. elc4 d'8W rl.t1N'I, of 8EI.! & AI. stiLts of Florida, and the same were and the Chief Justice who shall by Official Deal, ) Clerk I Circuit Court.FI.VI .
I the children Israel." There present help In trouble.-Psalm 46: a. m., J.. In NI'!] Corner 0' $W4 ot Ml',:o atE agreed to by a vote of three-flfthe virtu. of his position aa Chief Justice > ClII10ION. *Mtark' Flu' I I:
or rho Last Wednesday of all the members elected tn each b member of each division Solicitor I !
1. mas. supt. I % ot Sill\\< except I A In IIW ( orer a fur Complainant,
|ae twelve spies. And Moses light we had a Sunday school I' Mac 10. Tp. 1 8. n. 11 ]0). house; that the vote. on aald JointHeNolutlnn and. the Judgment" of either\ Division l-10-tt-O-ll.
d I to S The assessment of said property were entered upon their concurred In. by all the members of
them "Get you up and see SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST meeting and made plans for In- I indtr the said certificate Imtuen wan respective Journal I with the yeas such Division shall b* the judgmentof NOlltr) Of1 ....,H.'flll. AMI CHKIIirtiHs -
0 i land what it is: and the peo- reased I n the name of Chenlvy FORK.Unlenii and nays thereon, and they did determine the court. ,\11. concurrence of. a
i that dwelleth therein whetherbe : progress. said certificate hall be releemed and direct that the Raid majority of the members of the Notice Is' hereby given that all 4
15. Through what are they to Worship at 11 a. m. Sermon by I according to law, tax d..d Joint Iteaolutlona ba submitted to oourt shall b* necessary to a decision creditor, legatees, distributee& and
strong or weak, few or be sanctified t "Sanctify them thru I:he pastor. At 8 p. m. the last will laneue thereon on the 10th day the electors of the state at the (Oan and Juditnient, of the court, all persona having. claims against .;
y: and what the land is that :>:f October, A. 1) 1911. eral Election In November, 19.1J. whether the court Is sitting In twe the estate of Horace Mahry. deceased j
Thy Truth: Thy word Is truth." \Kilted service of the season will Pitted thin 8th day of September, NOW. TJIKItKFOIUO, I, K. A..ral division or when acting ... A simile. are hereby. reiiueated to present :
1 dwell in, whether it be good John 17:17.: I)e held In our church and the peaA i.. I). 1082. Secretary; of State of the .. body. their. claim. totit* Honorable
bad; and what cltltes they bet a w. Ar.nmnMAN. Florida, do hereby give notice that All capital cases, all cases In. (.Iso. A. Oardlner, i'ounty Judg of
16. What kind of worship reI I:or will give an address on "Chrls- ['Seal. ) Clerk of Circuit Court, a rolvlnir the determination of state liradford County, hi*
t they dwell In, whether in sults from false teaching? "But in I lan: Worship." Bradford County Florida HK .KIIAL ELECTION: nr federal. constitutional questloa approval within one year air.r:: date iIt: ti
te, or In strongholds and what I 1-9-51-10-7.' will be held In each county In Florida and such other ...... as may l"* dlrvcted hereof or this notice will b* held In
: vain they do worship Me teachingfor B. Y. P. Unions meet at 7 p. m. on Tuesday next succeeding; the by the court shall be "..tllr,.. bar therein, and all persona Indebted. 4fI :'
a i land is, whether it be fat orMo doctrine the commandments of I[Leaders Mrs. R. A. Thomas and first Monday In November, A. 1>. med by the court actinic as a. single! to said estate are requested to paytheir
whether there be wood there- )VOIKM OP APPI.H-ATIOV FOil 1932 the said, Tuesday being the Dolv.The! said debt. forthwith to the un-
men." Matt. 15: 9. | l VIrs. Hutchings. TAY IIK.KU: K.IMIITII UAYOP NOVKMBBH! : Chief Justice shall .. d..r..IKn..d. : administrator.This '
> or not. And be ye of good 17. Can we close our ears to the Mid-week service Wednesday at Notice In hereby given that Oeo for the ratification or rejection of I aver each Division and. over Und day.. of July 1011MIUUEH .
wage, and bring of the fruit oft (!. White, holder of Tax Certificate! the said Joint Iteaolutlona proposing court actlna .. a single body 1"1, I. JOHNS t
truth and remain innocent before 8 p.m. 1'la.. 131, 7th day of July, A. I). J'JiJO\ amendments to the Constitution of when th* Chief Justine. la .. .... T-ll-Ot-l-K. Administrator ,
land.
The spies went through "
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tad e land they of came as Canaan Moses unto getting the commanded.brook the tarnation offhcol "THE: MAIN- THING ON-- MAIN- STREET' BYL.F. Van Zelm'-" I i.! "i..f: ::'; f.I";.I


and cut down from thence 1 .- 1 ) ..A/ ? i" '

branch with one cluster of : j1uity 13U2.I WHATS MBS.Yarwl E BOT 90HC Of; I DOM T BLAME f 4

rapes, and they bare It between CWA. ltt' MCO I4U'j "' I'I404E 41ALc: ;, HM( 1:.' / I ,,

1 o upon a staff; and they brought MAW ''ST E r's BAND TCQ ? I NOT TO BE PlCI
the pomegranates, and of the j FAVOCiTC.XMAS. NEW9PAPE12 -- J.; OPENED TILLCHRISTMAS' j ALL THE TiME i- j *. I I,1 ,.
ft"
: i.- ir :

"And they returned'from search- AND PASTED ONE [MAIN STIEET '
S of the land after forty days. SEALS ) ( _ _ _ '

lid they went and came to Moses cwsSTRW C OVEQHMOUT1.4_ ) Fine SWAMP ro zg II j i1

oi to Aaron and to all the con- ; 33. ,,

"jaUon of the of Is- .
children ::- Ice P1.4 CE Foi' .4 '1L/gDF,2 I
4 ana shewed them the fruit of I
'e land." The pomegranates were II I Ml."tIP H.YOWL '1llIEDI I

"Wdered a choice fruit of Pales- I A BOAHD PISS< / XI/AY T4 I' I

*i and you are all acquainted I KEEP HIe? WIFE TOM=

'"> a gs. I lnAcTINGL"1 TALklUCi: i

The> phrase "flowing with milk I I AND NAGGIMC3 HIM.MBS. I

pa honey" refers to the fertility I YOWL' IItt>N'f I

[ the soil production of grain TAKE: KlNDLf: TJJ THE

ft: etc. IDEA & CHAFED$ YIP ,

IW the grapes of Eschol a writer DOWN MAIN SWEET tbPttOWE ( I
n. "Clusters ,weighing ten to : suie I __aI.
.A
IT Tb HIMe I //7l
'elve pounds have been gather- :: ,

With care and Judicious thina iLit._-_....

It i Is known that branches .i'f

tithing nearly twenty pounds );: I.'I'
nNITI -
be produced." D.OROTHY .D
Arter ByJJharles.McMqnusjLlNC' H nt r.
describing the land and its ;
tI. ten of the ,, -_ ._ _ _ ,
neless the people spies be strong aald, "Nev-that -' HELLO, -' I IS THIS "r'EAND TWISl? Te4l5'i', .:ii3tEN ;(-) ,

eU i m land, and the cities are I, 3 ai. REVIDENCE/ S DO '!: SPURR. ('IE \ TWO HOURS TRG'1S"\_

aIled, and very great; and moreI I ) ". TIPJO A' LII40p' .., J.. ? TALK IN. W..O +R'YIN'<< HUH DEEM I 'T'fYiN l 'lfTO __
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i ? PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY nEucaRAra.!: STARS FLORIDA FlU AY. SEPTEMBER ,.

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M' that sticky mesa again. I'm glad I of a Kentucky farmer raising aa in Inexperienced hands.) I are exceptional, a genius- .;;

Bradford County Telegraph didn't work any harder for the many gallons of strawberries to Now will some woman reader I been drinking. or You

1" fSf Maybe You'veHeard prize I wonder if Lizzie will remember -'the acre. Evidently Kentucky la analyze man?-Exchange.By .
Established 1877 method of estimating !- ---0fl --
f to put on the grits. Ho adopting Georgia's I know I didn't believe !
It ButOne hum.) the corn crop.BradfordCounty but count 'em over It eilp,1
again
MEMBERVFJO11DAPRESSASSOCATiONV L --0-- Telegraph. Well strawberries Late i find all SIX of 'em you and::
COOPERATIONPutnam do make a pretty fair quality o poor ;

of wine. Tallahassee Daily Democrat -
candidate in the recent city county and Palatkaare ; If you actually
sUcceed
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election frankly announced that both cheered by the announcement &o elassi; riving at the correct answer
---a-
1032 0 he waa wet or dry. Just what ever I made Saturday that State first count you will win t

"9..atwa4d: 7.ecnLda" the people wanted. This Is the idea Highway No. 28 Is to be completed From the Bradford County Tele- RUSSELL KAY L. time-table and a copy as A

M that many office seekers have been from Bunnell to San Mateo and graph: "The word smack is the Secretary Florida PrtM AnocUtio.. Congressional Record, both

trying for months to get across to thrown open to traffic by July 1 most used word In the English ',_ which are published for .

Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class the public, the only difference beIng of next year. language being used In connectionwith 'I And now if Congress would really you. gu IJ
"
that our local candidate used The promise to expedite the com- kissing and chewing gum. like to DO SOMETHING for the Y

Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida three or four thousand less words pletion of this project one of the How about in connection with country, they ought to secure per- Maybe you don't believe in ,

saying it. most Important in Florida, waa not smacking a guy and being a wet mission from the copyright ownersto and Santa Claus and things to

,, E. S. Matthews ___...________________ Owner and Publisher made to a local delegation. It was smack? But maybe' that smacksno print a few million copies of William that, but anyhow here is e CRm U

i'' '. J. C. Robinson ____. ________.*.-_________ Managing Editor Next time you pray put In.a. given boosters to a group of Daytona Beach of difference.: ---o---:Miami Beach Sun. "Washington Pickett Swindle Helm's Sheet new ,"book and, tale that may help to restored*(,
e ; word or two for the adoption of who are keenly aware faith.
the value of this thoroughfare to And now Congressman "Lex" mall a copy to' every American Once
the state upon a time
RATE our drainage project by there
SUBSCRIPTION was
road department. It would mean their own city and section. Green of the second Florida district taxpayer. GOOD CITIZEN, he wasn't
,
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months -Payable In Advance killing two birds with one stone. They appeared before the State baa come out for a referendumon I poor, nor he wasn't very rich

Advertising Rates on Application Not only would we be rid of moa- Road Department of their own prohibition. This la Green's i Boy. It's a whoop, not much sex :was what the statisticians\
fv f fi In of ref- appeal, but what a love story. It
quitoea, but also a great amountof volition and put in some good work first declaration favor a !AVERAGE, and he owned a ,
for the letting of the con- erendum. He has been regarded asa vibrates with the heart throbs ol co
m' unemployment, for one of the early fortable little home In a
i Democratic Presidential Electors provisions of the Reconstruction tract to hard-surface the remain- militant dry and previously was congressmen and senators for their Florida town. And cent
every
year
Finance Corporation In making its ing stretch of No. 28. In doing so, opposed to a referendum. Hla constituents. And will it developa march down to the city hall

Group No. 1-Hugh C. Sparkman loans Is that local labor must .be they demonstrated the value of co- change of heart makes Florida's lot of red faces. pay hla TAXES, and each

Group No 2-W. B. Lanier used on the projects. operation and at the same time Democratic congressman slate solid Say. if they would Just arrangea was called on to pay a little:year
joint session of the house and mo
,won the good will of their Inland for a prohibition referendum.
Group No. -George M. Dorman ;neighbors. Green was unopposed for nomina- senate and hire a guy like Lowell
But he dln't
Starke presents cheerful lookIng Thomas Graham McNamie to squawk, he wang
No. Williard W. Ayres or
Group tion In the June prlmaries.TalIahassee -
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So Important did the Daytonans ting police and fire protection
countenance at while
night
read It aloud a seat In the gallery
Democrat.
Group No. 6-William Fairbanks many larger towns are being forced consider No, 28 In their own scheme Daily would be worth more than, a seat they collected his garbage ajidf

'r Group No. 6-Herbert William Fisher to economise on street lighting. of existence that they made, the ---o- on the stock exchange and they'd fished street lights, and prow',
41 Our "white still shines with I Road Department a proposition to It looks aa' if President Hoover nine months of school for hlsci
Group No. 7-G. T. McClellan way" I' take in enough to balance the national -
its usual brilliance and the city complete this road ahead of No. 4, and his Congress wants to finish Up budget. dren, and did a lot of other ibID
r :'y For Governor-Dave Sholtz council recently authorized the I which runs directly through their I the Job of putting the nation on its

St For United States Senator-Duncan U. FletcherFor lighting of a public basket ball I home town, in the event that funda 'feet, by the simple process of putting Then came a year when hl>ta t

i t J. Sears court on Madison street., !were not available for both enterprises new tax on tires tubes, gasoline -' Imagine ute mighty cheer that were nearly doubled and it WIll 2

Congressman-at-Larke-W. Lake Worth la one of the cities lubricating oil, all this to be would shake the rafters when It same year that his own burls

/ o For Comptroller-J. M Lee. that Is now groping in semi-dark I Highway No. 28. Incidentallywas added to the additional tax placed I was learned that, with economyand fell off CO per cent, and It i

o ness. Not so many years ago that intended primarily aa some on autos.-Starke Telegraph. To I the public welfare ever In real burden to meet his i_

"' y Austin drivers are the safest and most obliging on the attractive town, was paying Its city thing more than a short route ,bring back prosperity the Republican mind, one representative struggled meats, but he was a GOOD c
attorney $9,000 annually, Figure from the Lake City gateway to the government would seemingly through the year 1931 on Llatertne ZEN so he pinched and saved a

i road. that out for yourself.. sea. Its early sponsors, stalwart tax every legitimate activity of Tooth Paste that he might save paid his taxes.

o residents of Putnam Bradford, i mankind to the point of confiscation. the taxpayers that three dollars... -

home for lunch?" We bite. Union, Clay, Columbia and adjoin This IS Republican sense, alright. And one night he came home
Headline inquires "Why go Every so often some one of the Then another with head
I ing counties!', desired an outlet to .-Bronson Journal. a on found there were no lights OB
t: : ? G Why? literati at or near-literati stories"takes be-acrack" the beach All Florida Inlanders --u- hIm got by with only three bottles street, but he figured maybe'
newspaper
of Floxer'a Cure at dol-
o have this same urge to get In It Is not the country papers only Mange a had burned out or something,
c' ( cause they are not literature. If lar
and cents where the
-. : Bumping into people with an auto is one way of getting you ask us, It's a very good thing I closer touch with the sea. They which "pull boners" from time to services of eighty a tonsorial,artist would thought no more about it.
like
that our copy readers let "enthuse"get I to get out on-weekends and on time, but the city papers are likewise have betli?'! much
i. acquainted. by aa a verb, because if they I holidays, so that they may share guilty But It was the, Associated more coatly. The next morning he sat ra
o the ocean breezeswith those who which last week sent front porch and noticed that
went in for the purer kind of Eng- Press
Another case of personal sacrifice -
i; 4 The best method of bettering conditions Is to work and lish a lot of good peoplo would dwell there.the. out pictures of the Dana home in ''I was the time a few of the boys street was littered with rubbWi
', Until remaining 22 miles lacompleted,1 'Natchez Miss. and a of apparently hadn't been cleaned
"/ read sections picture
'j' the comic exclusively went on their Christmas Vacation,
make them better.
;'alt the Invested months. And his
money wife compla
the Miss Dockery,
Instead of housekeeper
primarily as they now contenting themselves with Indi-
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in this road from Lake that the
building coded
o do. which It said was as she appeared garbage was only
vidual Pullman
'' 1 City 'Palatka is doing only part drawing rooms at twice a week now instead of
Politicians are accused of re-infesting Union county with when a young social belle of Mis- double railroad fare both
ways,
: time duty. Connecting only state before the Civil War. And ery day as formerly.
On a high throne of broad a's slppl
the last when they might just aa well have
ticks during campaign.
u highway No.1, and NCK 3, Road also stated.that Miss Dockery Is
our newspaper critics sit, making had a
private car.
o faces at; split Infinitives, and havIng 28 Is not fulfilling Its mission. It now 60 years of age.-Cocoa Tribune Apparently something a

Candidates elected in Tuesday's city: election are not wet a bad case of Jitters every time Is not furnishing the inland coun- Then that fishing trip to Minnesota wrong but he had his own! a
4 ties with a road to the ocean, nor rice trying to keep his bus!
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iir! even if they were elected on damp ballots. an the adverb end. gets The by really without Important"ly" on Is it connecting the East Coast, From the Bradford County Tele- $1.DS3.67 only cost the boat taxpayers hire going and his family fed <
including ,
o ,with Its heavy motor traffic, graph: "Beriy Plants 'Suffer for clothed. Then one night the he
thing Is that Lindbergh did fly the guides and tackle. I
4 They shopped
rb' n with the Lake City Gateway. The next door was robbed and an
Florida when the Order of : Lack of Moiliture.-Why confine
Howey will be governor of ocean. If our reporters had stop- around and got three sinkers for
y remaining investment is developed that tt:
comparatively to vestigatlon
classification of suffering
the Garter takes the place of college fraternities. ped to make literature out of it your 19c and a spoon tor $1.25 The bill
small since the has that
grading berry plants? We could use a little was no policeman on
we might still be waiting for news for mineral water $3.and
was only
} o I been done and the bridges constructed. moisture ourselves. The only thing hadn't been for months.So .
of that eventful landing in France. there were three in the party. '
The young Democrats are organizing and that is a token ./jTo.; permit the project to that keeps us going Is it begins to
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lag longer would be the worst form I the GOOD CITIZEN deci
However, we aim to please, and look aa though the arid period Is Few realize the
of increasing interest in affairs of the country.o people pitiful
of bad business.-Palatka Dally to down and have a talk
be
? about over and we'll all drinkingbeer go
If what our readers want Is litera- 'I I allowance a congressman or senator
News. )/> the He wanted to find
Miami
o one of these days.- Mayor.
again
ture its literature they will get- has for traveling expense only
Polk County Democrat remarks that every man may or at least! as near as we can come -- Beach Sun.Merchants BO cents per mile. An ordinary I how come when he paid more U
ABOUT "FRILLS" than ever before and got less
4 have his price but every woman has her figure. to it. I a- -- citizen can tour the country In a It.

Ily .. Note how the Influence of the At a time when economy has beCome who have had their parlor car at 10c per mile, but I -
i i. o novel would affect our local news the 'watchword In govern flour sales curtailed by distribution for some reason a poor unfortunate I
People were beginning to think the depression was about Items: I ment, business and homellfe, it is of the free government flour representative of the people needs And the Mayor explained coul a|
i' the budget, and how they
over until the new fall lids for women appeared. Chap. I. also time for economy to be practiced are now getting a taste of what SOc more. balance it even with the tncrei
Mrs. Augustus Flogblossom In education. printers have to face with the government -
the board was t
I tax, and how
.t o arrived Monday morning for an This week came the disconcerting supplying printed envel- But why should we get all hop- econ,

Georgia newspaper reports discovery of a congressman indefinte stay with her soninlawand news that the elementary opes below cost. Starke Tele- ped up about that, during 1931 the clslng had every cut out possible the light

iv v who talks like a statesman. A statesman does not do much daughter Mr. and Mrs Oscar trades In .the schools of Bradford graph. Yes, but' there is this difference Washington Swindle Sheets only I cut They down the police force aad
?F Bumps. County are in danger of being cut : The flour Is distributed to cost taxpayers a little over and
street-cleaning
duce the
hu talking. Chap. U i to a six month's term if funds are those who haven't money to buy 000 for each session a mere $226'-1 and were

O Oscar Bumps left Monday .afternoon not forthcoming from some source. flour, while the envelopes go.to the bucket, or should I say bage appropriation schools eight mo

1 V A coat of paint would add to the appearance of the archway for Africa where he will hunt On its'\"surface this might appear those most able to pay a reason- POCKET. operating the

\t big game.' When asked how longhe to be economy, but It .it econ- .able price. for them.-Bronson f fwouldn't
sign road 13 at Highland. Its down-at-the heel lookis "It was because so many
on '
would be at too Journal. take advice and
goneMr. Bumps said omy,, great expense. Anyhow my their taxes,"tilt
poor advertising for old Bradford. "Nerts! I From an over the country comes -0----: don't read the "Washington Swindle pay had ev
said. "Why they
-0 i the cry to' get back to the bare essentials The state- generally seems to be Sheet" If petty graft gets on or fered to discount back taxes 50
I Or would the following bridge : In government. Why not taking enthusistlcally to the planof your nerves or you have a weak few
Governor-elect Sholtz favors stopping of labor by convicts cent and still only a
party in the manner of O'Neill's 'get back to the essentials\ \ in education Representative Curtis Wailer of heart. "
on the state highways, diverting this work to free labor, and "Strange Interlude" appease our at least until sucb time aa Leon county to reduce the number r' took advantage of It

a using convicts in reforestation work. literary friends.? we know "whither we are drift- of counties' from 67 to 30 Tea And I see where a fellow' named But the 'GOOD CITIZEN <
Ing"? there'a a lot of enthusiasm now. Waite is flxln' to run against Sena- In
o Mrs. R Pi Blank' entertainedher It Is fine'to give the ambitious but wait till they try to get bill tor Fletcher for the U. S. Senate, plained. "I paid my taxes I P

:t Exchange has finally come to the conclusion that June bridge club last Friday after student an opportunity to choose through to bring this about. on an Independent ticket. Well, if when they were due, street yet

was a failure as a wedding month this year because the can- noon. from other subjects than the old There'll be aqawkln' from every you ask me, he might Just aa wen police protection service, no and my

Scene: Living room of the Blank reading, writing and 'rithmetlc, and county Involved,; and particularly wait right where he la because he no municipal less icIng
didateswore, out the song 0 Promise Me it la beneficial ,to have from county official involved. dren receive a month
( home. There is a profusion of physical every ain't goln' no place. Habit is a me and f
6r. o early .summer flowers, midsummer { education 'under trained Instructors Well wager that, unless the order powerful force and most folks will yet you penalize pay"

''w Some people are hard to please. Times-Union man complains flowers or late summer flowers but It Is Infinitely more Im- of things changes, there won't be look for that familiar name on ev the man "who,: Is slow-

the be. portant that the foundation any fewer counties in Florida after ballot like been
as case may proper ery Just they've
1 about salt in the shaker after twelve months the maYor
sticking
; i Act I be formed in the grammar the next session of the legislature. taught to look for it on every bot- And of course nothiaa

: ; without rain enough to dampen a postage stamp. Nina Blank-Come in my dears grades for the more difficult mental -Ocal* Banner. tle, and when the votes are counted sorry, but there was and If be <
about it,
-.--o I'm so glad you got here a little work of high, schools. and col- o'Comparing It will .be the same old CAS- could do had a lot of
'

High Springs Telegram says in North Siam both partiesto early.Aside: Why didn't you come eges.If sources. : are not discovered for A state health officer Job in Vir- toria want Children to WATTE.cry for It, they don't to be do excused, and come, he .In again some

a lawsuit are put under water, the winner being the one for lunch and be done with ItT If school funds In the near future, Institutions ginia relates In The Suvery 'the The GOOD

A who stays under longest. What if the winner failed to come you knock over that floor basketI'll all over the country will itory of a farmer who was deliv- And I see where Glenn B. Skip- That evening lot of folk t tI
scream. There It goes! Just find it necessary to drop what Will ering vegetables toga public sani per Is gonna run for Congressman- I ZEN invited a play b

up? wait till I get Inside your house Rogers-tit:' a' recent article called tarium. A patient .saluted him. at-large or somethln',; may bethinks house and they didn't they

h, -0- = again. Oh, my head!) frills1">hffd'get.back'tod:/ essentials "Tou're1'a farmer, ain't you?" was we'd rather send' him to :' or make any whoopee And

r R, City candidates gave an object lesson Tuesday in synchronized Cynthia-You're looking lovely, that were good enough to produce the next query. The farmer allowed Washington and let him stay there sat around and talked.around
meq like :Abraham Lincoln.From that he was. "I used to be a Instead of havln' him commutin'back days later word got
t movement in trying to beat each other to the women Nina.Aside : taxpayersIng r
of to be a
: Like Hyou are. Didn'tIhe -0-- farmer once, said the guest the and forth all the time. there was
voters with umbrellas as they descended from their cars in go to bed at all last' night state. Did you?" "Tea. Say stranger in the town hall.

,z the rain. Oswald was out late also. I wonder did yuh ever try beta' crazy?" .Then he would probably have I d
-un Other Pens I IThe the farmer never had, and startedto lust ,as much influence with Mr. And a few days later called al I''

0.- Betty-Wr}ere on earth did you move on "Well. you ougbta'tryW' Roosevelt and a Democratic administration mined group of men
t The term "free school books" must be slightly incorrect, get that stunning gown, Nina T was the ex-farmer's parting aa he ever had with Mr. Mayor and they ofllciT3'l 'P:

as the state authorities have notified counties,that owing to (Aside: You needn't..tell me.I high price of breaking In shot. "It beats farmln' all hollow." Hoover and the G. O. P. anyhow, vented 90 per cent of the t that

recognized It the minute I came to. new husbands has caused a slump o It's a cinch he ,couldn't possibly They politely explained
in
shortage there would be corresponding'mortgage and poBtectlon
money a
Takes more than a little new lace In divorce actlvltleStarke Tele- Woman Analyzed have any LESS. wanted street lights W
free books: to fool me- Let's see, did she get It graph. We had thought that the A chemist (a man) reports that and a lot of other any

: : o last year or year before?) price> of supporting husbands had he has at last been able to analyze Darn George Burr of the'Winter but they didn't want

something to do with the matter- woman, ,and. here it Is: Symbol Haven Herald last week he published taxes.
Just to keep Floridians from thinking they are the only
Act II Ironson,Journal. W. O. A member of the human a'short sentence and defied

r people subject to inspection, the Folkston (Ga.) Herald names Nina-Well, who got high score T -- -a- family. Occurence-can be found his readers to count the number And the mayor screamedPOSSWLE" board

the following officials giving that village the once over: Three Oh, you Marie! How lovely I Next Tuesday inaugurates the wherever man exlstd. Physical if "F's" It contained. Me -beta' alackleg and the" But the

food know when you see the prize you'll new tax schedules passed by Con- properties-all colors and sizes. Always newspaper man proof- "It can't be done. a J
three
cigarette inspectors two gasoline one guano took
,
pure think I bought it for you. .,...... For the poor man there Is appears In disguised condition. reader and all that I fell for It. payer's Committee paper
game warden, two barber Inspectors, a tag inspector. Another (Aside: The little snip: I paid left untaxed his houn' dog; the rich Surface of face seldom unprotected pencil and a piece of

p barber inspector postponed his trip, probably because $2.75 for this vase. I think m guy" has his cigarette lighter.StarkeTpiegraph. .- by coating of paint or And now la my face RED. Well showed 'em It COULD-

the dust raised by other inspectors made traveling perilous. stump my toe and break It before One about as Film of powder. Bolls at nothing try it yourself and find out how AVM
I give It to her. Oh my head!) useful as the other_Umatilla TriDune. and may freeze at any moment. smart you.AIN'T And when enough their
:? o when .... CITIZENS make up
Marie (Hugging Nina) Oh However melts properly POssreL&
u Commissioner :Mayo's department of agriculture is a tax- Nina how did you ever I Its Just ---oWe -- treated. Very bitter if not used Just read over the following sen nothing is { lot of lit

saving institution, as well as assuring the public of full measure too sweet. I don't deserve it. might be able to get better sorrectly. Chemical properties. tence. ONCE (not all afternoon) did away with superintendent anenta. >
: Look girls lent this lovely T officials for state post if it didn't extremely active. Possesses great and as you read count the num. ., and the '
n of standard gasoline and kerosene, the farmer of cor- (Aside: I thought X recognizedAunt require a young fortune to make affinity for gold, silver platinumand ber of letter Fa it contains. istants; shook down' .t

rectly-branded fertilizer keeping of immature citrus Emma's' hand-painting, She the race.-Starke Telegraph. Yes precious stones of all kinds. company for more 111'11..U lID'

frulta/frbm} : the markets and the inspection of feed milk and gave ma this vase four years ago. and people object to an official Violent reaction when left alone FEDERAL FUSES ARE THE Cost, cut out a few"
one-
bit in endeavor Ability to absorb aU sortsof RESULT OF YEARS OF SCIENTIFIC duced the budget till
Mable won It at my house) I won- grafting just a wee an by men. whO ,
cream according to a'news Writer at the capital.] In addition der how many, places its been since to recuperate his politically expensive food. Turns green STUDY COMBINED WITH the public servants out v*

f to serving the public without cost to the taxpayers, the writer then) pent fortune. How very consistent when placed next to a better ap- THE EXPERIENCE OF YEARS. their jobs are putting the dare

points out that the department of agriculture paid into thegenera.1 Girls (In chorus)-Sweet, lovely we are, to be sure.-Bronson pearing sample. Ages very rapld- jody-a business a. th.
cute adorable. Adorable, cute, love- JournaL C y. Fresh'variety haa great magnetic An average Intelligence, George payto' their taxes.W dogs
revenue fund nearly two hundred thousand dollars ly, sweet. D attraction. (Note: highly explosive lays, discovers: three above the Is a nice place

't;; last year to help with other state expenses. GlrU-(Aside: TU bet she serve Tallahassee, Dally Democrat tell, and likely to be dangerous average four, and beyond that you ive happily ever after.




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