Bradford County telegraph
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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 30, 1932
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00027795:01047
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,,' TL. Florida State Farm has the Florida Forest Service, Tallahassee Although the hunting season baa again in these parts, and while riding ,

distinction of being the only place distributes these one old not yet opened Sheriff W. J: Ep- along the highway near Max-

SHORTSESSION in the state where pine seedlingsare slash and longleaf pines year at cost, AT LAST MINUTE person got a chance to test his well he got a glimpse of the elusive -: FOR COUNTIES 4 ,
skill Tuesday when he was forcedto one. Prescott' car was hid
grown on a large scale.Through $3.00 per thousand. Farmers, land-
-- i fire at John Prescott who is out den in a swamp and he was tryingto -
a joint agreement be- owners and turpentine operators in .
SpvtD Caae Disposed of Johns, tween the State Forest Service all parts of the state have joined Plnellus Wife Killer "'88 to Have on 91,000 bond pending an appealto sell a slot machine to a filling Bradford County Included In Gov
Ben Executed at Prison the court of his two- station near there. ernor's For
Cone Postponed Until and the Board of Public Institutions In replanting their idle forest and supreme Request
Wednesday year sentence on conviction of cat Prescott started running whenhe $58,821 fP '
SeptemberA a forest nursery was established abandoned farm lands, which has
In 1928. :Mr. W. B. Barnesis not successfully restocked by nat- tle steeling. realized that the law was approaching -
Jacksonville. for a Since his release under bond and when he refused to i
brief one-day session of coun- field nurseryman, with Mr. Au- ural seedling. Tallahassee, "Sept. 27.-Governor ,
writ of habeas corpus for Elvln E. Prescott has again been accusedof stop Sheriff Epperson fired away. Carlton today applied to the f!
court was held Tuesday before brey Frink, a state farm official, These pines, when given ade-
ty Jeffcoat, convicted hammer slay stealing cattle and has traveled Only one shot broke the skin of Reconstruction Finance Corpora.. ;
Gardiner. The following in
Geo. A. acting an advisory capacity quate protection against fire and ,
judge er of his wife, was granted In Du-, extensively In Tennessee, Texas the fleeing man, but It evidently ,
cases were disposed of: Convict labor is used exclusivelyfor other enemies as hogs and goats, tlon for a third loan, totalling $tiS,- ,
val Circuit ,Cou.rt Tuesday by and elsewhere, costing the sheriff felt like more, for he came to an 821 for and destitution 7
turn Dryden, charged with peas8sslon maintenance of the nursery. will produce a turpentine tree in I unemployment
Gibbs. Jeff- much time and trouble in keepingup abrupt and complete halt.
Judge George Conner
of Intoxicating liquor was During the four years of its exIstence 18 years, pulpwood in 20, cross- relief in six Florida coun t
coat's electrocution scheduledto with his whereabouts. I A long search Is over, and Prescott -'
found guilty. Upon motion for a the annual output has increased ties in 30, and sawlogs in 40 years. ties. +
take place (Wednesday at the, Recently, however Sheriff Ep- I I. once more behind the bars for '
nw trial for an appeal a bearing from a few thousand to So that it Is altogether possible I application were x
State Prison Farm at Raiford. word that Prescott of the Bradford county
got Jail.
30, than half million for to person ; $000,000, obtained, and for $999-
was set for Friday, September more a seedlings a man plant a crop of trees _,
Gibbs' action In effect
at which, time sentence will be A total of 750,000 young pine trees and reap the Income in his own Judge stays 961 now pending before the cor
tMBMd. will be on sale this! year. The lifetime. the death penalty.' LANDIS' RULINGON Man Arrives In poration. '
Jeffcoat convicted of' first
Everett Thompson found guilty The governor's application said j
of carrying concealed weapons, was degree murder in Plnellas Circuit this amount was needed for relief

fined $100 and costs or six months.He AMOS WARNSTURPENTINERS JUDGE RECEIVES : Court for the slaying of his wife, StraightJacketRalford. work between now and January In r
killed with a hammer. CHILD LABOR
will serve his t< against Thompson for lar- I* Raymond O'Steen, attorneywho Holmes, Levy and Okeechobe
charge handled the petition locally D. (Red)
because of In- t'
cency was evidence.E. dropped. HUNTJOTITS for Jeffcoat, filed the action late Casey, 23, under sentence to die In All other counties In the state,
sufficient Tuesday and ,Judge Gibbs Issued Appearance of Children on Sponsored the electric chair here the week of Walton
B. Johns, charged with pos- except were Included In
Bslon of atm and still apparatus.Case the writ, returnable at 10 o'clock Not Forbidden October 3. Arrived under heavy two previous requests. A special ,

was postponed until the October -I Asks That Cue Be ReportedTo > Advise Sportsmen to Come Early Wednesday morning In Duval Circuit He Says guard Tuesday and was placed In application will be,made for Wal.. ", '

25th term of court. Sheriff By Commissioners And Avoid The Eleventh- Court. the death cell. ton, the governor said, when necessary }+ t "y

Robert Kerby, colored, found Hour Rush Q'Steen claimed that the Judg- Tallahassee.-Florida's child labor Supt. L. F. Chapman said Casey information on unemployment '
men of the Pinellas Circuit Court not apparently was suffering from and destitution condition!
of theft of bedstead and bedsprings law do prohibit children : l
guilty Comptroller Ernest Amos has was detective In that it providedfor exhaustion and had been
was fined $29 and costsor under 14 years of age from appealing nervous are received.
ninety days. He wlU serve his sent out a call for rigid enforce- Sale of hunting licenses for the I Jeffcoat' electrocution "by the in benefit performance somewhat hysterical and violentat I The first loan, already author.'

term. ment of the law forbidding the cutting 1932-33 season was begun last properv.,.executing officer of the sponsored by schools, churches and times but that he had calmed ed, of $900,000 was for relief work

the case of Edward Broughton, I and removing of timber or week and sportsmen may now secure State penitentiary," and was other non-commercial organizations considerably since entering the cell. :In major counties of the state from II'fl

charged with vulgar and Indecent ,the working for turpentine pur- that very necessary part of vague and;Indefinite as to who Attorney General Cary D A physician or nurse will be September 10,. to January 1. Al-

; was postponed until the : poses of timber on land upon their equipment from County would put Jeffcoat to death. The Landis held Monday. kept with Casey continually, Chap- I ready $67,000 has been sent to the f

October language term of court. ,which there are any outstanding Judge George A. Gardiner. attorney contented that there is .Amplifying a recent opinion by man said Counties: for work during the last ,

Jenny Minton, fourteen-year-old 'tax Bale certi leates. The comp- I Although the active season does' no such officer as-an executing of him regarding the law, the attor- Casey was brought here by au- two weeks In September and additional t
troller has told G. W. Alderman, not open for some weeks yet, the ficer. '
and incorrigible, was ney general said: tomobile, strait-jacketed and shac amounts will go forward
lent runaway to the girls' reform school at clerk of circuit court, that unless 'county Judge advises those who. Long Denies PetitionA "The laws prohibit appearanceof kled. D. C. Coleman, chief deputy, from the governor' state advisory

Ocala for three yean. such practice was widespread In can to secure the licenses now and similar petition was denied children under 14 years of age and Ray Starkey, assistant deputy, council on relief a* soon a* report '
Reddish, charged with the county he did not think It :,avoid the rush later In the season. early Monday by Circuit Judge A In theatres where their perfom- were his guards. A physician Dr. from these 17 counties are receive,

George firearms on a public would pay to place a special man The resident county hunting license V. Long at Bronson. ance Is part of the regular programfor Z. D. Bllllngsly accompanied the ed here October 1.

discharging was acquitted. Reddish on the pay-roll to work it out he costs $1,25, and the follow- The petition was filed In Duval which an admission Is charged party. He was said to be Casey'spersonal The second application for $599-' r
highway, suggested. however, that each ing are the prices of other licenses! Circuit Court due to the absence "This
found guilty In the Augustterm provision applies even physician. 961 covered relief necessities of
was county commissioner report such Resident other than home county from the 26th Circuit of Judge A.
of court, but a mistrial was though the children are not paid Casey was convicted for killing 43 smaller counties of the state.
cases in his district to the sheriff license, $325;' resident state game Z. Adklns, Stark, who ordinarily for their and
declared. performance even F. D. Palmer, Miami druggist, during ,It was sent last week. Governor.
Sheriff W. J. Epperson said this license, $8.00; non-resident state would have ruled on the petition
have the consent of
though they
At preliminary hearing held an attempted hold-up last NewYear's Carlton requested the corporation
that of timbers license $25.50 resident there. Judge Adklns Is j
week the removal game ; sitting by their to ,
September 13th Isom Wilson was parents appear. Eve. He became violent i to approve It "a* quickly as'porn- ;+
and the working for turpentine was county fur animal license, $3.25; assignment of Gov. Doyle E. Carl-
John H. state labor inspector "
with assault with attemptto Mackey, yesterday when the death warrant ,sible. No word has been received'
charged not widespread In the county, but non-resident county fur animal license ton In Duval Circuit Court, and '
rape. The defendant was dismissed recently requested the at- was read to him In Miami.The here whether the corporation ha ,,f + +
that there were a few offendersand $2 .5O; resident state fur O'Steen brought the petition to I I
torney general's opinion on whether
Judge Gardiner for lack officers accompanying Casey acted on this request. )
by he expects to have some of animal license, $2 .5O; resident Judge Gibbs In chambers here. The "
theatre In Miami
., were violating bereusaid the ,trip was uneventful .
of evidence.BEACH up
'they other than of residence fur state located in the 26th V 5' .LI
them In ;jail soon if persistin bounty prison the law by allowing children from except for the condemnedman's
...I 9 such.action. animal license, $10.60; nonresident Circuit various schools to Graham
dancing Make ;
appear hysterical ravings. May: j
AT KINGSLEY LAKEIS The matter wilt come up for fur. state fur animal license, on stage programs.The 4 .
USEFUL-FOB AUSTINS ther consideration at the commis- $100.00. i S i i
Bradford Union children were not paid, but 'Baby Gator Team
sioners' meeting, Monday, October The above cost includes the Mackey said their act was advertised ROBBERY NIPPED IN DUD ,

A use for half-pint automobilesthat 3rd. county judge's fee, also. Will Clash Today' and scheduled as part of -----

beats the suggestion of the The main hunting season gets the theatre's regular program, for An attempted robbery of Regis- New dispatches from Gainesville ., ,

young lady from WorthingtonSprings under, way November 20. The which admission was charged. ter' Garage ended abruptly late say that Bill Graham, former cf +

who would "drive under: GREEN SPEAKER season for game follows: Deer This afternoon at three o'clock Attorney General Land! said Tuesday night with W. B. Thorn- Bradford High athlete, I* one of

the bed and shoot chinches," has : (Buck only), November 20 to December the highly touted Lake Butler High provision Is made In the state law ton, night officer, firing a shot at the outstanding candidate for'

been discovered by Broward, 31; quail turkey, cat squirrel School football team will invadeour that operation of theatres, plants, a fleeing negro. According to guard on the "Baby Gators" football j

Strickland ATLIONSMEET, November 20 to February 10. little town of Starke to match store and other businesses shall Thornton the unidentified negro team. However, there are t -

Mr. Strickland says that one It Is unlawful In this state to brawn, and brain with 'Bradford not "employ" children, and shall was trying to pry Into one of the other strong contenders at this "k rH

day !last week he rolled his car hunt turkey with dogs. The snipe county lads. not "permit or suffer" them to do front windows of the garage witha post and competition will be bitter ,
gently down the hill at KIngsley I season Is November 20 to January Lake Butler is coming here witha any work there. small file and when ordered to once the scrimmaging get underway "

lake and then drove along the Discusses National Problems And 15; doves, November 20 to January great advantage' In weight, and He added, however, that If fra- stop neglected to do so. Several the news story say.
beach on the east side of the lake Proposed Cross-State. 31; September 16 to November 19 all the necessary qualifications that ternal organizations want to renta scarred places along the window The "Baby Gators" have four t'u

from his landing to Dr. E. L. Biggs'_ CanalGainesville. (subject to approval by county go to make a powerful working theatre for a single benefit per- frame bear silent testimony as to games, opening at home Oct. 29 t ,
place. football machine. The Invaders at- against Norman Park College on + S+ j
commissioners) ducks, geese, formance, and allow children under the attempted break-in.
There were one 'or two hazards .-In an address delivered brant, coots. so will come With glare of confi- 14 years to participate In the Nov. 6 they meet George State 4

along the way in the shape of a Monday noon at the Prim- dence radiating from the eye, and performance, It Is not in violation good healthy heart, sound lungs College at Tlfton, and six day' ; t
pier at the Penney place and rose Grill before Gainesville Lions, the three touchdowns advantage later, Armistice Day, play the University &
LEGION SPONSORS DANCE of the law.Inspector. lust below the heart, long, healthy
weeds at Black creek but the Aus- Hon. R. A. Green, United States 0 should make them feel fairly well of Miami frosh at Miami. '
Mackey Jacksonville, leg., no arms to eat with, and
tin came through remarkably well, congressman from the second dis- for the afternoon's aetto. In a written statement said he death. The final game will be with South 9

running under the first obstacle trict of Florida decried the mount- The opening dance of a program The only comment Coach Larson "never construed" the state child Carolina at Gainesville Nov. 24, }
and over the second one. Ing costs of government, and urged which the local American Legion has as to the outcome of the game Let's understand and study a lit- !
Now that he has let the news a vigorous campaign of retrenchment Poet expects to offer to Starke and are as follows: "Time will tell. labor laws as applying to "civic tle more into the life of strawberry CONGRESSMAN GREEN n" ; (

out Mr. Strickland warns readersto to hasten the returnof vicinity, will be given Friday night e affairs similar, churches, schools", lodgesor plants, the large heavy brown BEGINS RADIO SERIES: J
next good times to the nation. JOHN FOKSYTH DIES roots of a healthy growing plant
look out for traffic on the at the Legion Hall. The dances -
moon-light night. Better try It Blaming the top-heavy tax bur- will continue on alternate Friday Mackey said provision applied throw out small roots about every Congressman U A. Green last '

before the lake fills up again, he dens on the prosperity of former nights throughout the winter sea- John Forsyth, 85-year-old retired only to theatres from the professional 48 hours, just spoken of as arms, Thursday began a series of addresses ( (I s
says. years, Mr. Green revealed that approximately farmer, died at his home here point of view but held toLandis' these are the roots that feed the !! over Station WJAX.: He >twill

32 per cent of the national son.Five percent of the Legion's Tuesday morning After a brief Ill- opinion that the law does plant, often spoken of as white speak every Thursday night at.f.. '

Income Is now absorbed by share of receipts from the sale ness. :Mr. Forsyth has been In bad not permit children on regular root, as white rooted plants are 8 o'clock, discussing public questions f
Brown Will MakeGovernorship taxation. of tickets will go to the Starke health for several years. Born In theatre programs even though the only one It Is profitable to set and pending legislative mat ', '

While urging rigid economy, the Welfare League, promoters of the 1877 In a part of Union county that they are not paid in money. out, unless they are dormant 'ters. t '4' '

Race speaker said that his doctrine of dance have announced. Wally was then Bradford, Mr. Forsyth He said he had not attemptedto plant from the north. I Since his arrival from the capital 4
interfere and would not inter-
retrenchment made exception of Harper and his ten-piece orchestra spent the greater part of his life Black rooted plant are plants, he has spoken In many place*,
three lines of governmental acti- have been engaged for this Friday farming: be moved to Starke several fere In the future with sponsored usually that have quit growing, including: Lake City Trenton.

7 Tallahassee.Robert A. Gray, vity which he described as vital to night. years ago where he lived with benefit perf&rmance except to so far as the individuality of the Gainesville, Ocala, Starke and oth

'cretary of state said today'only the life of the nation-health, edu- e his son and daughter at. their smaller regulate children the lateness of hours" when plant I Is concerned, It I Ia already!,era He appeared last week: before

Democratic and Republican presidential cation and national defense.As home on Cherry street. appear. decreed in the life of the plant the Clvltan Club of Gainesville, '
electors had applied to his one step toward world business REGISTRATION EXTENDEDH. The local Woodmen had charge' what. it shall be even with the,and at a public meeting at

office for Inclusion of their nameson recovery Mr. Green advocated of registration of the funeral services Wednesday: LETTER DISCUSSES BERRY beat of care, hence the necessity Hawthorne. On September SOtb 7 '
C. Wall, supervisor -
the general election ballot in a general scaling of world tar morning at Conner cemetery, PROBLEMS OF GROWERS of giving the growing plant the he will speak at the road celebra' ,
"November. iff barriers In order to facilitate says that the registration where Interment took place under, best of care, and the nature of the i. tlon at Cedar Key. He has promised ffl

The ballot must be certified to the flow of International com- books of the October county 22nd will Instead remain the direction of the DeWitt C. The following letter copied from plant Is such that after It has established -j t, several speeches for the Dem-' 9 i

the enunty boards of commissioners merce, thus giving our European open through Jones Company.Mr. the Brook vllle Sun discusser Itself in one spot, adapted ocratlc: ticket during October, both/
of October 8th as originally an- I f
not later than 30 days prior to debtors an opportunity to repay last which Forsyth Is survived by a: many topics that will be of inter- Itself It will not live so well, in Florida and In other states : .
nounced. The day on
!the> general eJection Gray said. the war debts. taxes will be October daughter Ina, and a son, John. est to strawberry growers here. seems all out of kilter physically,j! Congressman Green predicted t' .
Onlv one candidate for state office As to cancellation of the war pay poll Strawberry Growers: Haven't and usually produces mostly deformed ,victory for the state and national ti

other than the certified nominees debts the speaker said, "I.do not 15th. Red Cross Receives you, those hot days just past, as I berries. | Democratic ticket In November
have, also, seen some of ber- Plant that have just started to
of the Democratic and Republican believe we should cancel one dollarof your but stressed the importance of the
ROAD CELEBRATION IS plant flop over, and look so bad turn black are mostly yellow or 4
i parties) has applied for a the eleven billion dollars that of Our ry united effort of all Democrat
: Place on the ticket. Gray said. The are justly owed us." POSTPONED ONE WEEK Part Cotton they remind you of a dog pant- brown rooted may at times If the HI subject last Thursday w....

I candidate is H. O. Brown of Jacksonville In closing Mr. Green lauded the I =- Ing for breath T The leaves start weather I Is damp, be partly dug, "Economy In Government." s

who announced himself a University of Florida for the great Gainesville. Rebuilding of a Mrs O. P. Raymond, secretaryof to curl up, then turn brown, then raised just enough to break part .
DOa-partlran candidate for strides taken in all 1U activities short stretch of the new section the Bradford County Red Cross die In a day or two. After examining of the root loose, and will Immediately SHEETING ARRIVES $

' governor. In the past few yean. of state road 13 between Ettzey Chapter, has received a message them carefully you find make white root If well -

Cray said Brown's application In a private Interview following and Cedar Key In Levy county has from the Central Committee urging no disease or Insect life,' and won- hoed and kept clean, and may beset A small portion of the shipment

was under consideration, and that his address Mr. Green was enthus made necessary the postponement a membership drive.. The Red der if It I Ia a* one of my good out with good results In other of government cotton cloth that

a ruling would be made later as to iastic when questioned about the of the celebration ceremonies an- Cross if ,facing an emergency neighbor said, just pure cussldnes word a strawberry plant for has been approved for Bradford y; r 1' .
I. whether he would be Included in projected cross-stat canal. He nounced for this Friday. The caused by the heaviest demands *. After losing about 200, a transplanting I I. at It* best only county arrived here this week.This a'fl'; l

We list of candidate* to be,votedor. said It was a worth while project ceremonies were to have 'marked for relief since the World War. drop of gray matter began to limber when making white roots. shipment consisted of a bale of '
that had been well received in the completion of the rock: base Three hundred member have been up, and I took my knife and After raising your plants, and sheeting and It ha been stored In }, t,

Dave Sholta Is the Democratic Washington and that the prospect8 -I and the opening of the highway assigned as the local chapter goalA.meeting cut carefully down through) the setting out carefully don't try to the building formerly occupied by S''

nominee and W. J. Is the for It becoming a reality between Gainesville and the Gulf of the Red Cross win center of the plant through what be extra kind and pour a little the state road department next to '
Republican n mlnee.a .Howey were excellent. Coast be held In the Woman's Club Tuesday I Ia called the heart, where the water on them, to settle the earth the U 8. Forestry office. The .

Names of presidential candi- George Lewis, mayor of Cedar afternoon at 4:30: o'clock. A(I leave start to branch out right about them, this will drown them;; shirting and dress goods is I expect {! t +.r

2 t s are not placed the bal- Tins WEEK'S: BIRTHS Key, today announced that the large attendance Is requested so down through the heavy root many time as it would if you put ed to be here soon. j '* Si
Candidate for on new date for the program will be that plans may be made for sew known a* leg and found all the your head Into a bucket of water I

el t s are named l. but presidential are Mr. and Mrs Carl Jones, Graham Friday, October 7. ing government clothes small roots, the little white fellows and held It there. NOTICE '

Dot : to they ,'girl, October 23rd.. Governor Carlton and other known a* arm, were eaten. How they breathe, what they
nfUfl64. Gray according said the ,party state Mrand, :Mrs Brit Alvarez, notable who had been invited Panama City-Mr. Hill erecting off by mice, four inches under the eat, and how they eat,'next time. The caste Star'will'' meet at i! t1

law covering elections did not alucb. Starke, twins, a boy and a girl, have been notified of the change In filling station on Gulf Coast High surface of the ground out of sightof Very truly your., the Masonic Hall Monday night at,,%

low_ Identification. October 23rd. the date. way. the eye. Nice big plant, a HARRY V. ROGERS 8 o'clock. Visitor will be welcome, KUJ


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and Miss Jeanet Kelley were via. were In Starke Saturday after. Ruth Zeigler. Andreu of Lake Butler were visit,I parents, Mr and Mra -
ley.Miss 1. ;;
} iting at Hampton last Sunday af noon.Mr Misses! Theim Priest and Margaret Emmalyne Pringle was the ing Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Chesset, this week. Pursl

BOATDRAIN ternoon. and Mrs. T. J. Moore and./ Williams. Starke were visiting guest of Miss Aleene Rosier Sun- Sunday. They were accompaniedhome Miss Ada Nlmmo

Miss Cherry Harrell, Cor. Mr. Rastus Mann and Mr. Z. family all attended church at Lit Miss Rhoda and Ruth Zelg by Mrs. George Andreu and obligation service of attended th! '
Williams and Mr. T. D. Dyal wer e, tie Rock Sunday. ler Saturday afternoon.Mr. day.Mr.. and Mra L. E. Moseley and< son. Junior, who have been spending ter' No. 120 September Clan

attending to business in Jackson. Mr M. Rhoden spent several and Mrs. J. J. and 19th.
Lee of Tampa, Is In Zeigler children, of the state farm spent the past two weeks here. Frank Frimmer Jr.
Mr. Tommy while with viUe Friday and Saturday.Mr. days of last week in Georgia attending daughters. Rhoda and Ruth were Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mr. E. J. Roberta of Lawtey was water.is a business visitor Clear

!; SUrke spending a and Mrs. Henry Shaw and to business.We visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Adkins Mrs. C. A. Pringle. visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Crawford week. here thla

friends and relatives Saturday afternoon son Junior attended the association are glad to say that little and daughters Misses June and Little L. E. Moseley, Jr., spent Friday. Among' the other

Mae Prevatt Elizabeth spent Anders at Little Springs Saturday, Claude Robinson Is Improving fast) Grace Sunday. the week-end here with his cousin Mrs. Cohen Peele of Evergreen, in this city is installation improvement!

with spent Saturday Sunday and Monday.We after a spell of sickness Earl and J C. Moseley.Mrs. was visiting Mrs. W. M. Reddish crating of the sawmill and op.

At "" Cherry Harrell Prevatt. are very sorry to report that Misses Edna Davis and Ola Mae Kate Pringle and daughter, : Monday afternoon. the Cascall and known u
afternoon with Melba Mrs J. H. Kelly H on the sick Parmenter and Mr. Russell and Harper W11L
of icings Mary of Brycevllle is visiting In Mr. and Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. Trucks are busy iun7
Miss Maggie Donnelly list this week.A Melvin Carter attended church at LITTLE SPRINGSWillie this section for while.WOODLAWN. transporting
,1 visitor at !Ilrs.Coleman'l a Peter March of Jacksonville, were ber to Jacksonville and
1 Lake was a
ley chicken
ii 'i afternoon. large crowd enjoyed a Saxton Saturday night Mae Newsome, Cor, visiting Mr. and Mrs J. L. Gas- points.
r Tuesday pilau and a dance given at the Miss Gladys Parmenter returned kins Friday night. Mrs. S. M.
t Mr. L. A. Donnelly was a visitor home of Mr. Marlow Saturday eve home Sunday after a week's via- has beta
Mr. L. M. Murrhee
w 4d j at Mr. R. L. Lee's Tuesday after.n Miss Jeannette Carter of Little was visiting visiting friends at Sparr thin
It with her uncle, Johnnie Par-
relatives in Jacksonville last Fri. week.
noon. R. W. Lewis, Mr. John Shaw menter of Jacksonville I.Springs was the guest of Miss I
Miss Cherry Harrell spent attended church at Brooker Sat Mr. Jack Grlffis, Bob Crawfordand Agnes Sapp Saturday night and Miss Debbie Phillip, Cor. day, having gone there on accountof Mr. and Mrs. Edwin F, Haws,
serious Illness of his niece of
Thursday at her' sister's, Mrs. Cal- Sunday. Edgewood Md., announces the
urday night. Roy Carter motored to Starke
Geneva Allison.
arrival of
lie Gainey.s 'Mrs. John Shaw and sons, spent Russell Carter and J. D. Carterof Mr. Griffin twins on September IT
Saturday.Mr. Hodges returned to We
Wednesday are very glad know little The babies have been Dol
Mrs. Callle Galney spent the last of this week here with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Raulerson are Little Springs were the guestsof his home in Jacksonville Saturday Miss Thelma Gaskina and lores named
brother and
mother Mrs. Jean William
with her Miss Lizzie of Sandy Edward.
night and Mrs. Tim Mann.A the proud parents of a twelve Harnage after spending several days here
both able
i Lacy, are to return' to Mrs. Haws: will be rememberd
L+ i :Mollie Harrell family. large crowd from here attended pound> boy born Saturday.Mr. Lane Sunday morning. guest of his cousin, E. C. Johns.E. School again after being absent her friends by
Sunday many as Miss
W. Harrell spent Miss Willie Mae Newsome of Elsie
Mr. Q.
church at Brooker Saturday Willis Raulerson .
of Jack- Wester and D. L. Phillips from school
ih a week on account of Blrt.
y .t+,r at the bedside of Mr Math Grif- night. I' sonville, Is spending a few days Little Springs was the guest of were business visitors to Flora. having their tonsils and adenoids .
Mr. and Mrs. Fredle Tues-
r Bat Mr. Henry- Shaw spent- several here with his c-randDarents. Mr. Clarke home Saturday. removed. St. Augustine Plans complete

days in Jacksonville recently. and Mrs. HenryRauierlon.. day afternoon. Oscar Maurice and Melvin Carter for
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pier at
There will be church at Hell-
Mr. O. W. of Graham was Mr. Moore
Dyal Clarence and Levy were business visitors to Jack- Lighthouse Park.
,t GARDEN CITY visiting at the home. of Mr. T. Sweat attended church at Little brown> Saturday night and Sunday,, sonville Friday. I I
a and is welcome to at-
D. Dyal Sunday. lock Saturday Sunday and Mon. everybody Mrs. Effle Lucas of Maxvllle EVERGREEN Lake Worth-Repairs underway

Miss Loin. Starling, Cor. Mr. I. W. Dyal and nephew, Jerry tend.Mr. was the guest of Mrs. D. L. Phillips on Lake Worth bridge,

w w'bn Dyal was visiting In our section day.Mrs.. Mamie Johns and daughter Johnnie Cowart of Little I Thursday afternoon. Mr*. F. A, RoBler, c... this city with ocean boulevard connecting and

h'' Mr. Tommie Waters of New River Saturday.Mr. : Jeannette and Mr. Louie Springs motored to Jacksonville Mesdames W. H. and J. N. Nor municipal bathing beach.Jacksonv111ePlans .

wife and children J. W. Lewis and daughter, Crawford of Starke attended Friday. man were shopping in Starke Sat- Mrs. Maggie Forsyth and chil
is visiting his Lula Mae, and sons, Purvis. L. O. church at Mr. and Mrs. T. J.Moore's There was a large crowd from urday. dren, Lucille and Eugene of Jacksonville

Mrs.here.D. N. Rowe called on Mrs. and Johnnie were visiting in Sunday. here attending church at Corinth Mrs. J. S. Norman children, E. spent the week-end here new.. Federal courthouse approved and post for

Brooker Sunday night. Mr. Pete Burney of Lawtey, wa Saturday night. C. Johns and family and Simeon with relatives. office building.
H. D. Bennett Sunday. In our section Sunday afternoon. Mr. Russell Judd was the guestof Phillips attended revival servicesat Mrs. Hester Sapp Is spending the
'-,. Waters and Mrs. H.
s' Mrs. Abbie Miss Loasie Anderson Sunday
week here with Mr. and Mrs. J.
Mr. Everett and Q.
Burney daughter Rising church last week. Tavares-Tavares
A. & P. Store
Bennett called on Mrs. Nancy
I D. .
p afternoon.Mr.
,,,. ., "llARTSBURG Doris, attended church at Mr Mr. J. S. Norman Mr. and Mrs.L. Rosier. moved to new location.I .
_J Starling Sunday. and Mrs. T. J. Moore's Sunday Russell Carter was the R. Denmark and baby were In Mr. Tim Blackburn of Lawtey,
tfi p ,y Miss Hazel Futch was the guest / 'I night. guest of Miss Ola Mae Parmenter Maxvllle Sunday afternoon. and B. Wilkinson of Highland,
J i. of Lois Starling Friday. Miss Virginia Brantley, Cor.
night. spent Sunday with B. E. Rosier.
Mr. and Mrs. Darby Gaskins and ,
of Starke was
Mr. Ben Hocking ,
5.Pressing Mr. and Mrs. C. A. and
_ little daughter spent Sunday with Pringle
Mr. T C. Edwards Sunday '
s y 'visiting Ola Mae Andrews was the guest Mr. and Mrs. Wade Gasklns. children were visiting Mr. and ITr

1 w, % l Mrs.afternoon.C. R. Crews and children, of Miss Lois Judd of Double Run RISING Farms Mr. and Mrs. Perry Johns and Mrs. R. S. Rosier Tuesday.Mrs. I
; Sunday afternoon. J. S. Rosier and daughter.
I family and Mrs. Oscar Carter attended
i of Lawtey Friday were of visiting last week.Mrs. J. S. Virginia Kirkland was the guest Sirs. II. M. McR., Cor.The Kilns Lula Wilkerson\ Cor. church at Rising Friday Mrs. Maggie Forsyth and Lucille : I
? I
of Kate Andrews Sunday after night. Forsyth, were visiting Mrs. J. M. ,
+ j Miss Virginia Brantley of Harts-
+ burg and Buck Starling of Hell- noon.Mr. revival meeting at Corinth Mr. aDd Mrs. Lacy Griffin, son Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Norman and Rosier at Woodlawn Sunday af ter- E A r
Buck Starling of Hellbronn closed Sunday with Baptism Sunday noon.
and from family were visiting Mr. and Mrs.
bronn Harry Edwards of Starke, daughter were
was the guest of Virginia Brantley afternoon.Mr. 'I'Ia 'Is /
Rev. C. E. Luben of Jacksonville
Dunn ,
and Mrs. Henry Sunday.
9+, 5.i r Percy Waters, Margaret and Ma- Saturday night and Mrs. L. L. Conner and visiting her parents, Mr. i Is
E conducting a revival meeting
s9 r ble Bennett, were the guests of E. L. Wilkerson for a week. Mrs. J. M. Norman and daughter -

,, s" :Lois Starling Sunday afternoon.Mr. Ruth Brantley was the guest or daughter, Eleanor and Misses. Miss Vertle Austin was visitingIn Carrie Belle, Mrs. W. H. Nor- here this week.
Mary Jane Judd Sunday afternoon. Edna and Thelma Lewis were dinner .
Louie Waters was visiting Gainesville Sunday. man and Mrs. Jessie Andersonwere
guests of Mr. and Mrs. I
r Mr and Mrs. Leonard O'Neal Zary
Double Run Sunday. We are very sorry to report that shopping in Starke Satur-
o- J. Crawford Wednesday.L. M
spent Saturday night with Mrs.
t Mr. H. P. Dowling of Alabama, S. Andrews. Crawford was transacting Mrs. Ida Prescott Is very ill at day morning.Mr HIGHLANDMrs. 0I

was visiting Lois Starling Tues. this writing We hope she will Charlie Gaskins of Starke, I
//I Mr. Lacy Thornton of Garden business In Hellbronn section Wed-
', day afternoon. soon recover. was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wade Frank Blocs, Cor.Mt. .
City was the guest of Mr. Joe nesday. .
J c +, :Mrs. Pinkie Thomas and Mr. Mr and Mrs. Leonard Prevatt Gaskina Saturday night. :
: Batten married Brantley Saturday night. Mr. Floyd Crosby was transact. and I Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Norman and
r' Bob were quietly son, Rudolph, were visiting
ing business in Orange Park and Mrs. Wilkinsonwere
the George
Virginia Brantley was
+ Y, Saturday evening. his parents Mr and Mrs. William boys Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Denmark .
Thursday.We I visitors to Maxvllle
guest of Miss Lois Starling Sun- Sunday.
_ Film Starling Is passing through Prevatt Sunday afternoon. and family Mr. and Mrs.
day afternoon. are sorry to report that Mrs Messrs. W. J. Epperson and B. ,
Garden City every night. Misses Leah Grlffis and Lula Dalton Carter and family,and M.
There was quite'a few who were Reba Crawford is sick and hope : Sapp of Starke. and V. Reddishof
Wilkerson were visiting Misses and Mrs. Carter of Maxvllle were
surprised to hear of the weddingof she will soon be well again. Lawtey were business visitors
7 Lucille Grlffis and Mary Mamie the dinner guests of Mr. and Oscar I
Mra. Pinkie Thomas and Mr. Mrs. Evelyn Crosby was calledto Wilkerson Thursday afternoon. Carter Sunday.Mr. here :Monday.

SANDY LANE Bob Batten both of Garden City. the bedside of her daughter, and Elzle Griffla was visiting friends '
Miss Lucille Grlffis from Rose- Mrs. Jim Hersey of
Mr Jordan Brantley spent Sat Mrs. Brittan Alvarez Friday.Mr. here Sunday. I
dale, was visiting :Miss Lula Wil- Starke were visiting! her parent, j'
ai'f yll a,; Lorenu Or en, Cor. urday night with Mr. Ancel Milton Crawford was visitIng Rev. James Strickland filled his
i terson Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Norman Saturday < -
Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Rigdon regular appointment here Sunday
Mre. victoria Monas was Visit. night.
Miss Reba Green Mr. Harry Edwards was the I Friday.Mr. and was called to be pastor of the
spent ,I Ing Mrs. J. E. Knight Saturday Miss Louie Belle Carter was visIting -
and Mrs. T. N. Norman ol i church for another his time
of Miss Lois
g night with her cousin Genevieve guest Starling Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Norman year,

; 416"1 :\i Sanders. afternoon. Hellbronn were visiting Mr and I Mr. Dewey McPherson of Max- Thursday already being filled. Rev. Strick.
Mrs. F. M. White Saturday. land made to hold
'J. Miss Onle Green was visiting Remember the prayer meeting villa was visiting here Saturlay arrangements
Misses Pauline and Lorene Green Wednesday night. Young People's We are glad to report that Mr. afternoon.GREENWOOD services here in the afternoon of

Friday afternoon. Endeavor. Friday night, Sunday Henry Norman Is able to be out the first and third Sundays of each
1. Mrs. Ida Sweat and Mrs. Sallie School Sunday morning at 10 again after a brief illness. BOOTSEY'S BEACH month. There will be services here I

; In o'clock, and Sunday night serviceat Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Clemons, I Sunday at three p. m. The public la
'I'I! Williams were shopping I.. Ga.e l... Co .
j *
: Starke Saturday. Saxton. Everybody cordially Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McRae and little cordially invited to come and worship 'l

Invited. son, Edwin all of Starke, and with us. '
Mrs. W. R. Kersey spent Thurs
:' ".( day with Mrs. E. E. Green and Miss Gladys Brown of Lawtey Miss Doular demons of Lulu were MlM 13inw l7BO .Prlacl. C... I Those "attending the Primitive Messrs. J. T. Marr Q. D. Wilkins j

I Mrs. Nancy Green. attended the prayer meeting at visiting Mrs. H. M. and B. M. Mc- I Baptist Association from here at son and Clarence Parker were visitors

Misses Mildred Sanders, Juan- the home of Miss Inez Kersey Rae Sunday night Mr. and Mrs. Buddie Wilkinsonand Little Rock Sunday were: Mr. and to Starke Sunday; afternoon. f F

,', "if ita Williams and Pauline Green attended Saturday night Mr. and Mrs M. L. Lewis were baby of Maxvllle were visiting Mrs. J. Roy Quinn Mr. and Mrs .."the world's safest and

...!. church at Corinth Wednesday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Brittan Al- In this section. Friday night. R. N. Crawford, C. E. Crawfordand I best non-skid tread"TRADE .
'\1' varea Sunday afternoon. Mesdames C. A. Pringle and J.S. Miss Frankie Lou Murrbee.
night. Mrs. Felix Sapp of Vanderbilt Is I. Sapp were shopping in Starke Miss Mary Gaskins left last GRAHAM j IN
Mr. Lucia and Lubedla Alvarez
were visiting Mrs. Carl Sapp last DOUBLE RUN visiting her slater, Mrs. Reba Saturday.Mrs. week for Jacksonville where she MlM Ellen ",....o., C...
; Crawford. Maggie Forsyth and chil- expects to spend sometime. I your old firesALLWEATHER

i Thursday afternoon.. MI. lleols. Brow, Core Those who dren. Eugene, and Lucille of Jack- Mr. L. M. Murrhee and .
attended Primitive
the daughter
.'t. Miss Mildred Sanders was the J-: "tftr .. H, ww Mrs. Dan Byrd and son Lee of
Batptlst Association at Rock onville, spent Saturday night with ) guest of Misses Pauline and Lorene Tampa, visiting
Miss Andrews and Ruth
Micky Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
r'' church Sunday from this section Pringle. Mary Gaskins, spent last Thursday and relatives
here for a few
Green Thursday.Mr. days.
Brantley were guests of Lois and were H. M. McRae Jary and Lon- Rev. L. A. Donnelly and son, night at Callahan the guestsof those
Russet Norman was the Among who attended
Mary Judd Sunday.Mr. nie Crawford. ames, of Starke.i+ was the guestof Mr. and Mrs. Joe Haddock.
i' guest of Miss Onle Green Tuesday church at Little Rock Sunday were
John of Jacksonvillewas
Teston Miss Louise of Vanderbilt Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Pringle Quite a crowd from here I
%H ,1' night Sapp large Mrs. Etta Reynolds, Mr. and'Mrs. See bow Goodyear puts bl4
visitor this section
in Thurs
a was dinner Saturday afternoon.Mr. attended the revival at ed blocks lit
called guest of Miss Gladys meeting Frank and husky keen-ed
p Mrs. W. C. demons was Reynolds children. Mr.
i Underhill Sunday. Amos Lee of Russell, spent Evergreen this week. rubber in the centerto dij
to the bedside of her and Mrs. Roy Reynolds and R. M.
and Mrs. Bob Nettles werevlslUnl' the week-end with In and hold on slippery
Misses Melba Crosby and Vera. Mr. Earl Mose.I. Mr. Dock Andreu and George !grip
+ Mrs. Rosa Stanley Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Brown lee Lewis I Johnson. roads.Morestop.
Mrs. Llnnle Carrol and children were visiting Miss Elenor Misses Mattie Norman and Ellen

u were visiting Mr* Rosa Stanley Sunday Miss Alice afternoon.Pattee called on Mrs. Sunday.Conner in Vanderbilt section And the Worst is Yet to Come.. Johnson spent the week-end at theformer's stop the wheels t Remember.-but It brake take

1r Tuesday afternoon. Amy Wilmot Sunday afternoon. home in Vanderbilt. tire with traction to stop the
$ Messrs. Roy Clemons and Ral- Miss Inca Kersey was the guestof Lillian Kelly was visiting -- Russell Norman and Fred Hal.l .- car without slip or skid.
Miss Elenor' Conner' I '
( ford Carrol returned home Wed Boots and Freda Brown Sunday L. Barnes attended Monday.A. i l lop of Vanderbilt Muriel Silcox of Other treads come and got

+ nesday after spending a few days evening. the association Starke and J. R. Kelley of Rising the Goodyear All-Weather

r In Palatka with friends. Miss Willie Mae Johns was the at Rock church Monday. \ were visiting here Sunday afternoon. grow." more. popular every
Miss McRae
Audrey spent Sat- Thit tare outsell any
Miss Pauline Green spent Saturday guest of Miss Lois Judd .. year.
e'' night and Sunday with Miss afternoon.Mr. Sunday urday night with Miss Marie Alvarez \ AatxgH76R A Chevrolet truck owned by Q other in th* world.

.. :Mildred Sanders. Saturday in Vanderbilt section. P. Wadsworth of Hampton burned Take advantage of our tradt-
Jerry Brantley spent '
i c'1" Mr. E. R. Andrews of New River night with Slim Brown. Mrs. Floyd Crosby is visiting one mile southwest of here In allowance-haTetheworld" s
relatives at Tberessa this week. safest and best tires on your
was visiting Mr. E. E. Green Wednesday afternoon. The truck
Mr. and Mrs. Vandi Williams
Mr. and Mrs. L. Crawford and COM was used for car for'fall and"winter driving&
: Sunday, hauling turpentinewere
were guests of Lois and Millie -
children H. M. McRae A.
and L.
the truck and bad
f Mr. and Mrs. Burney Norris and on started
!( :Mr. and Mrs. Paul Norris of Lake Edward Thursday and night. Barnes attended church at, the out of the woods. Two negroes Latest Lifetime Guaranteed
King Bagwell were
home of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Moore
out of the woods
City were visiting Ruby Green when something
i; visiting Lloyd Bryan Sunday.Mr. .
'W, Sunday. and Mrs, J. L. Bagwell were Sunday night. 4. exploded in the rear o fthe truck, GOO fEAE1SPEEDWAY

i\iThere 1 was a large crowd from visiting Mr. and Brs. D. A. Judd causing flames to shoot up. The

; her "who attended the association Sunday. flames[ could not be extinguished

i !1\!\ at Rock Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. O. L. Brown was visiting THERESSA A few barrels of turpentine were SupertwUt Cord Tires

i;. i e Mra :Mamie Griffls of LawteyMonday. t on the truck, which also burned.HAMPTON .
MlM Itfcodm ..Icl.., (... .

f There.will be prayer meeting at ,/rr1L; \
F_ [, ZIFF I, Mrs. C. G. Bennett and little _
l the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. L. _
daughter, Jean Maracalbo
y'" MtM Lair MO.O Iowl. C... Kersey Saturday night.Hellbronn .
Venezuela South America, left MlM A.o 1'11__., Co .
: last Wednesday for Miami after a
A large crowd attended +
two week's visit with Mr. and Mrs.
a soclatlon at Little Rock 1rt>V Mrs 1. G. Johns has recently
Saturday J.
Springs and
Zeigler Rhoda
.e, and Sunday. and been> the guest of her daughter
i f Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Thomas and MlM Thclm. Rh.d... c... Mr. Mrs. J. L. Cook of Gainesville.W. -
sons, and Miss Rhoda Thomas of for Miami J. Zeigler enroute left to Wednesday Mar- T. Saxon of Pompano, who Yon PtI",01Ftl, pnchl.I+ .Toe.Me..lr. ......

Y 'I!,Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. F W. There was a very large crowd has been the guest of his brothers .1
acaibo. Venezuela where bs is located $

O. W. and B. Y. 4.40.21_ S3.S9 f3.4
t ;;i,Reynolds and children of Graham attended church at the home of with the Pan-American Airways Saxon for several. 4.80.203.Eq: : 3.71 ;!
+ and Mrs. Delatha weeks, has returned to his home. t
,l Starling Ala. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Moore Sunday after visiting his parents, 4.93-21! _. ::5.9J!
: Mrs.
!'fl:;' chua have been visiting their parents night. There were three preachers Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Zelgler. James Gnann, of Fairbanks 4.75-19_ 4.63

Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Thomas. Hge Anderson, Tom Crawford and Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan and j pent the week-end with her ...- 4.7S-20;' : __ 4.70'

',.! Mr. P. W. Lewis and Mr.. W. S. Mr. Thomas. The sermons were Othma era. Mrs. M. C. Sweeney and Mrs. 5.03-1__ .('.
:,5..' Johns and daughter Dorothy, of enjoyed by all. son were visiting relatives C. L. May. fl.91-30._.. C.RII 3L

\; ,Jacksonville and Mrs. L W. Dyal Miss Thelma Rhoden was the Miss in Lucille Hampton Bennett Sunday.baa beeaiD :Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Harrison.wer 0.00-?!.__...

k 4 'of Graham spent the last of this guest of Mr. and Mrs. Paul &18- but *. r.eo..rtagow.. 1. visiting Ia Brooker. last Sat

.'Y.week here with Mrs. J. W. Lewis. den of Starke Saturday afternoon. Miss Pauline Priest of Starke urday. Reytsfer Motor Co.

,f' Mr. Z. Williams, Miss B. Crosby Misses Elsie Rhoden, Willie Mae was visiting Friday night and Sat., ...::::. #l. Mrs. Carpenter and IOn. Master

\I,Mlssts Amy and Nannie Groover Newsome and Mr. Pitt Newsome urday with Misses Rohda ,and .- "-iG-, -.-: II'" Jack the gueats Carpenter of, of Mrs.Falatka Carpenter's, were PHONE. FLORIDA 103STARKE.

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SIXTH GRADE NEWS the public record. of Bradford]
I I II County, Florida
| SOCIETY I II Mrs. Boree's room A* Special MaMur In Chancery.uT J'' ) r

B.-fl. -JOURNAL j I Joyce Mast, Editor I II Our attendance has been above JCNto Holloltnr A. KNIUHT fm' Comuluiiiant.Slurke, Fin : II A .1 I ,

I I the average this month. We hope 8-28.2t-0.80. .; !
this will continue during the en- .1
We are glad to hear that Lola > '
tire term. I>KIOI> yea ,Oil'+
Redgrave Is recovering from an She Is Notice I. hereby given, that Wit,1 I' I
We a new pupil.
operation for appendicitis. Hurryup liam Mahler holder of Tax: : Certificate ,;' 1 I
Editor-in-Chief TORNADOES OPEN SEASON Alma Ward. No. 1111., Mh day of Autruet.. A. ,
LITERARY NEWS Lula, and get back to school, .
SENOR NEWS Jacob Room I> 1920, ha filed said certificate }
Mian .
HOPE HATNESManaging FRIDAY WITH LAKE BUTLER for we surely do miss ;you. In my office and made application ,
Editor The sixth grade girls' basketball for tax deed to issue thereon. In accordance -
There are forty-one enrolled In We Seniors fire very glad to Eldredge Robinson attended the team elected Lillian Moseley as with law. Said certificateembraces
ELDREDGE ROBINSON (By Lester Schnell.) Lake Butler-Mlcanopy football the following described
the four typewriting classes this welcome two new Seniors to our their captain. Doshla Smith was .
property situated In Bradford county
Exchange Editor For practically three weeks year. Mrs. Hudson says that they class. They are Carrie Cain and game in Gainesville Friday after- chosen aa alternate captain. Our Florida, to-wlt: ? q
ABBIE HARLEY Coach Larson, Bradford High's are all making exceptionally good Maurice Morgan. noon. Wty{ of W<4 of SHVi of NW<4 Heo- ''r; +
team challenges any girls' basketball tlon 14 Tp S, South Rung. 11 Eastcontaining f
MARTHA BROWNLEE, Assltant new mentor, has been working progress. Prof. Gray is giving a fifteen :Misses :Martha Brownlee, Lois team composed of girls about 10 acre. I
Editor hard trying to pick something In After three weeks of "touch" minutes recess Instead of the ten Adklns, Lois Long and Kitty Hog our The aneeaement. of aid property
Literary age. under the said certificate issued .
LUCILLE EDWARDS the way of a first-string team type-writing, Mrs. Hudson gave a minute recess we have been hav- sed motored to Gainesville Friday :Mary Harriet Bishop, Jeanne In the name of J. Homer Ltvlnitaton.wan
from a large group of young athletes. drill of 36 sentences containing''' ing. We are glad of the change. afternoon. Bouvl-r Julian Junior Ad- Unlee said certificate shall bredeemed .

Assistants: Essie Sapp LouIse Okie With the return of nine let- all the letters of the alphabet A This Is made possible by taking In, Miss Dot Ritch went to Jacksonville kins N., T. Ritch QruTls and Billy Taylor will lactic according therron on to law the, 14th tax deed day IA i' ,

Hmson, Genevieve Kenly. termen from last year, Coach Larson Junior, Jeannette Kelley, possessed five minutes earlier In the morn-' Friday. have been appointed to serve on Of October, A. I). 1931.
Jackson. has Misses Margaret Williams and Dated this Uth day of Sept A. tV
apparently whipped a fine a paper that revealed not a single Ings. the sixth grade council. 19U.
Sporta Editor looking team into shape, despite error. This Is an excellent exampleof I Thelma Priest motored to Theressa O. W. njCRMArT.. 4

JOHN INMAN the loss of several of last year's the progress made. All inter- MUSIC DEPARTMENTThe Saturday afternoon. (Seal) Bradford Clerk of County Circuit Florida.Court. ,

Assistants: Lester Schnell men through graduation. He has ested may see this paper on display :Miss Georgia Haynes went to FOURTH GRADE 9-a3-6t-10-. llr

Arwood Holcomb Ov- now eleven husky-looking men : on the bulletin board In the organization of four Glee Waldo Sunday afternoon. -
erstreet George Woodfln Halle, Grafton ready to "do or die" for the gloryof hall. The best work of each stu- Clubs In.high school has been completed Miss Elaine Wynn spent the Several of our students are look
Bradford dent Is be with a total enrollment of week-end in Keystone Heights. ing forward to going to the circus '
Cooper. High's Tornadoes.The to posted In the type- i O"ERVORua:-.... ,
members of seventy-five. Keystone Heights seems to have In Jacksonville Thursday after
last year's squad writing room on Thursday of each ; ,1 ,
Society Editor have also been shifted around con- week. On Friday the best paperof Junior boys' club meets nn Mon- some attraction. Misses GeraldIne noon.We NERVES

JOYCE MAST siderably. This season's big doubt all the classes Is to be selectedand day of each week at 1:20: ; Senior Johns Martile Hemingway, lost one pupil and gained an- ,
Lois Adkins lies In the- boys 2:10 Junior I Dorothy Sapp and James 1I011lng'Si other one this week. Marshall :
Assistants: strength of the line. posted on the bulletin board In Wednesday : ;
Rhoda Zeigler Carolyn Hut- :Many of last season's linesmen the hall. girls, Wednesday 1.20, and Senior i worth motored there Sunday after- Bouvier went to Miami to be gone !I't\ t1ra

to Thelma Priest, Kathryn have been shifted to fill In the As there is quite a large num- girls,' Friday, 1:20.: noon.Miss until Christmas. Our new pupil Is +

Haynes Jessie Mae Dennison backfleld, forcing first year candi- ber of students, it seems that "the :Mrs. Wall is quite encouragedat I :Martha Brownlee went to Winton Sumner, a

Elena Prather, Kitty Hodgsed. dates on the line. However, If early bird gets the worm," whenIt the prospects, for the voices are Jacksonville Tuesday. I Mrs. Hart took Jack Hallo a +

the line should crack, it still has a comes to checking a book out pleasing and much musical talentIs Miss Mary Pearce motored to I. set of books last week. Jack expects )
Class Reporters12th evident. Jacksonville Sunday afternoon.S. to study right along with us. p !
secondary defense capable of back- of the library. Remember that the a dl
Grade Jennie Dunn ing it up.Friday. fees, which will be due soon are The work In the grades Is also R, Johns waa seen riding .and take all tests that we do. i 4 ,
11th Grade Bunnle Canova, All the teachers havea around Sunday afternoon. We The health banner won by our
September 30, the veter- our only means of Increasing the gratifying.
Marjorie Stump ans and young recruits of the library. knowledge of music and are cap- are glad he Is having' a speedy recovery class last year Is now hanging In ,1'' +

10th Grade, Louise Snyder9th Bradford High Tornadoes will don The English HI and IV classes able of teaching the subject to and hope that he will be the back of our room.

Grade Hazel Lennon their football togs and cleated have a miniature picture galleryIn their scholars which of course Is back with us soon. Russell Phlllmon, who has been '

Joke Editors shoes to once again tread the gridIron Mrs. McLendon's room. Pic- a great help to Mrs. Wall In her Miss Mary Lucille Torode at.. absent because of the Illness of his
CLYDE MORGAN work. A fine of tended the circus In Jacksonville mother, is back in school.
In honor of Bradford's fifth tures of well-known writers and spirit coopera- t
Assistants: Bunnie Canova tion exists between teachers and Thursday. "
year of successful football. Items of literary Interest are posted .

Morris Jackson Ruth Howe, Although we have a light team on the wall. Students are urgedto supervisor and with the manifest LOW FIRST GRADE! I ,.. ..,, _, .- ... .. i
Juanita Dukes, Lois Long with a heavy schedule, we are confident : look for more pictures and articles interest of the students, good results BASKETBALL MEETING HELD i
that we shall be vlctorlus to enlarge our gallery. A are expected.A The low first grade pupils and UP '1'0 J'Out' "I'll tn ww1D- '

PETE AND PECK HEARD 10. our forth-coming encounters on reading table Is another added Victrola was purchased by the The first meeting of the girls' teacher are very glad to welcome No every nerve at high hMl 1Io ; '

FRIDAY AND SATURDAY"Pete the gridiron. feature. This is to provide students children last year and Is used in basketball players was held Mon- back to their room little Elmer and wonder bark at yon the snap children.at the wite rte'rte'w

teaching of music appreciation. day at noon. The following officers Lewis who has been absent
This year those Bengal Tigers with current magazine material on account a t.h eat! Overwork
and Peck,, and Jack Dew from Lake Butler will bring on the that the large library so far Classes meet on Wednesday of were elected: of sore eyes; they also welcome !- MTVM mar: lead to SleepleM* ', ,
all well known artists, of the radio field a veteran team from last year la unable to supply. each week from 9 to 12::30. Patrons Manager Ruth Rowe; Assistant a little new boy to their mas. Nervous Headache, Neirooa 1 ;

world put on some most en- -more experienced and more ad- wishing to visit these classes manager, Marjorie Stump. room Luther Jackson. The little Indigestion and host at a
joyable programs last Friday and vanced in the football world. Last are welcome at any time. We-have received a letter from folks are very pround of their other unpleasant dtstorbfneca.

Saturday nights at the Bradford year Lake Butler's dreams were EIGHTH GRADE e)-, Green Cove Springs asking us fora classmate Bobbie McRae, who Why:
High School auditorium. shattered when Bradford High 12TII GRADE NEWS game October 29th. We are sang with the Kiddies' Club Fridayand Nenlao) Tablets
The eighth grade history class Is Jut one In a halt law of '
consisted of ,
The programs making plans to accept this chal- Saturday nights .
used touchdown and
the system ;: de makes 1
twelfthg water a
numbers and solos. very busy editing an Issue of the The pupils have pleasant, park-
Jokes smothered the with 13-0 lenge. The girls will start practicing *
Tigers a hag drink Delightfully
National Gazette 1830. This soothing ,
for the of made a small library of their own.
The performanceswere Itl t.'rlclt's 1.1.11
defeat. This she to Monday, October 3rd. to tax.d "
year hopes ova- aervea 9,
Elizabeth paper will carry such startling In this place you may find Interesting Notice )is hereby given that under
Williams Carolyn
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come from under this cloud of defeat and virtue uew
by of that
cvrtnln anal lMarvin.
news as the death of George III articles on any literary '
Inman and Merrill
Hutto, John ..... ta two ...
by a rally In the coming game. TilE JUNIOR CLASS decree entered by the lion. A. 7.. Ad-
Edwards. The ticket sellers wereA. the dispute over the admission of work. Book reviews give the pupils kit,,". Judirc of the Clrnult' Effervescent Tablet B Ua..,. t1
Lake Butler boasts
E. Wall and Tommie Cason. of a heavy Missouri as a slave state and the an Idea of the book. the 26th Judicial, Circuit I of CF Jtld':., the same soothing effect.f +
team Torna- The girls still sandwiches In and for Bradford .
to the are selling In
as compared county Chancery -
birth of William Tecumseh Sher- This Is test week for all 'ourSenior LAO 1
at drag state
The were givenfor : the 211th year
performances on day of
Auvunr, A.
does. The line of the Tornadoes at recess and the boys will: f yid KF
pupils. A time for brush- D. J Jn that nertaln CHUBB. whore.In < "
the benefit of the Bradford averages a little over 150 pounds man.Every is sell drinks at the first football I I 082j. Alderman" U Complainant, '..; .'N! Ill', 'f.'
member of the class all back work.
High Athletic Club. The athletic but In of this lost she Ing up on which will be held this und Pearl it Maddox It. Maddox; and }
club received ten percent of the place weight greatly Interested. In fact we were Since the Seniors have the honorof game John t\ HoblnMon. are dpfendantH., :.,. ; '
The funds will be /! / .
has the aussurance of brains and day. Frl-I the undamlarneit will sell, to the
so busy we failed to hear the bell putting on the first school week-
money taken in. Its share provedto swiftness the Seniors at hlirheKt. bidder for cash In front of
and with these elementsn entertaining "
for recess one day last week. look. the south door of l ERVrNl3": :
be 110.70.I the\ combat, we assure you of a ____ n___ ___ ___ _____ ______ ly assembly forward program to we are Junior-Senior banquet In Htarke, Bradford County the oourthomn, Florida, 0..(
ing a good
tense and exciting game. The team nlng touchdown, then we'll all go program.The Seniors: You had better buy; during the legal hour. of Kale on 1,1, 'It;: ,,' $ ,
Senior class has the honor Monday the 3rd day of October' A.
will be loyally backed by the cheerIng home singing, "When Our Foot- some sandwiches if you want a I). 1982. the following doncrlihed;
.. of having one of its old students ; ...._u _._._ _._
section last A ball In Line' until banquet! land lying and beingin Bradford
Fellows Fall
\I JOKES f as year. "pep", ,
Daisy Tompkins, again. County, Florida, to-wlti. i
I meeting was held Friday morningin the early hours of the morning.The we have two new students, Carol i From the Interaction of Call and v1,
the high school auditorium to Lake Butler players area I NINTH GRADE NEWS Walnut alreetH. at Bnutheant cornerof t'
Cain and Maurice Morgan. lot seven of Block ATLASThe
Mrs. Carpenter: "When water review some of the old football Howard Roberta, Charles McCall Jennie Dunn. per map or of Hoventoen the Originalown I aa
becomes ice, what Is the greatest songs, Including "When Our Foot- Laurie Rosenberg. I. Townsend, G. A Correction : uf FI r.r"I. an shown
change that takes place." ball Fellows Fall In Line." I B. Reddish Freeman Spires Ernest TENTII- GRADEWe In the report of officers for the on the page Hublla 761) Iteoorda of. Reed Book of Bradford"N" of { I

Kitty Hogsed: "The price." If the pack of cheering studentswill I Tanner Frank Richard, Tom Par- ninth grade given last week the County, Florida thence run Weet. Standard Oil f

yell them out on the football. rlsh Garnet Dukes J. P. Bennett are going to have a pencil secretary-treasurer was omitted along thirty-rlirht the North feet aide and two of Call inches attest. to i

Mrs. Alderman: "Give me the field as they did at the meeting I Phil Roberts J. W. Knight, Sobel sharpener in Miss Fernandez' The corrected llgt is as follows: point of bxirlnnlnir: thonce run North Tire Guaranteed q1

principle parts of the verb then they will egg the boys on Raulerson, Buck Crawford, R. N. room. What do you thing about Millie Judd, president.Paul and hundred parallel. rive to feet walnut thence: street West andparallel one 4it ''

'skate'," when the wear of the game gets: Dukes Callis Brannen Hubert that __ Raymond, vicepresidentLillian tn Call :tre ctet feet One YearFrigidaire rll J

Lillian Sternberg. "Skato, slyp- monotonous. "More school spirit"las I Johnson, Julian Dekle and Benny Nina Whitehead was visiting Sternberg secretary- and parallel four to Inchon Walnut, Street Mouth hundred and

ere, falll bumpus." been greatly stressed by the I Morris. school Wednesday. We wonder treasurer. five feet, thence mast one thirty N.........N4 N i
new principal, Mr. Gray. This could' The> general admission to the what she thought of us. Hazel Lennon, reporter feet. and four Inches I along Northedite
of '
'I said Call
street to ,
Mr. Gray: "This report of yoursIs be one example of it. football games this year will be Miss Frances Hemingway spent beginning point of ;

the worst I've ever read. I'm Improved discipline has been observed -. 20 cents for school children and Sunday In Gainesville. SEVENTII GRADE A. S. CREWS
afraid I shall have to report it to on the football field and 39 cents for adults or outsiders. In Biology class we are getlng KNIOHT A* Special A KNI
your father." Coach Larson is expected to make season tickets will not be availablethis a collection of insects. Miss Par The seventh grade had Its regu- Hollrllora for Complainant.

Eldredge: "I wouldn't If I were the boys "step fast" In the open- season. kins had put In a new little worm lar meeting :Monday noon. Its I 10-23-1&1'.10. the three '

you sir. He wrote it." Ing game. The schedule: this morning. Keeffe Harrell was I colors are Orange and Black. MASTICH'S IA1.H year guar- ,

McLendbn: If everyone will be out there, Sept 30, Lake Butler, here. looking at them when he said I The class has a new pupil, Rea- Notice !Is hereby given that under. anted electric refrigerator t : "''
Mrs. ) I said 'you cheering, cheering through their Oct. 7, Live Oak, here. "Mrs.: Perkins one' of those big mond Wilson. e and by virtue of that certain final

was late at school today,' would whiskers as an elusive back Oct 14, ClUefland, here. bugs has done raised a little one." The class gave :MIss Middleton decree kin., judce entered of by the the circuit'Hon. A.Court Z. Ad-of

that be right T" slithers down the field for the win- Oct. 21, Callahan here. Miss Annie Murrhee, who has I a fruit shower Friday noon. the 88th Judicial Circuit of Florida

Genevieve: "No, ma'am. Oct. 28, Lake City, there. been absent far the past week Is :Miss Patsy Edmondson was absent Chancery In and for on the Bradford 17th day county of ,September In.

Mrs. McLendon: "Why?" bad, but you must write so any Nov. 11, Jasper, here back with us again. Friday and Monday. I A. I>. ma. In that certain ;
Genevieve: "Because I wasn't. fool can undertsand you." Nov. 18, Williston .here. .' cause mle therein pendi'ng In which. lila For sale by ;
aa executrla of the estate
Kitty (author) : "Which part Is Nov. 25, Open. of Enoch Orlfria, deceased, le com I iSmith's
Hope (editor)i "The article is not,not clear.to you?" Dec. 2, Open. plalnant, and James t0. Ooodfellowand .

r Do You Know? are his defendant wife I Mary, the H. undernlcnedwlll Ooodfellow
J + + sell to the hlgheat" bidder for Service ; f'
SCHOOL DAYS caalf. > In front of the louth door of 1
By DWIG the court house In Ht rJee, Bradford J 1,
County, Florida, during the legal +
bourn of sale on Monday, th* led day *
of October, A. D. 1931 the following Station
CRulT 6o3H't'e"' 'W'i\J\t' MAtie/iOPA deecrlbed land. lying and being
In Town of
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CIRCLE NO. 1 BAPTIST W. lee; No. 2, Mrs. 1.. O. Powell; No. Hoover, Mrs. D. A. Montieth, Mrs.J. derso-L-t Anderson, Jacqueline 1 nova was extended '

f" M. S. ENJOY SPEND-TIIE- 3, Mr. Q. P. Raymond. Plans for W. Andrews and Mrs. H. C. and Buddy Andrews, Gloria time. During the graduation thUl"

i DAY PARTY FRIDAY the years work were mado one of Hitch served Ice cream end cake Buford, Bobby Biggs, Billy Blakely cises, Mrs. R. J. Davis txer.

I' Societv1 which was to take care and clothean and gave lollypops. favors. Betty and Barney McRae, Mack sang, "The World 1 Is Weida Betty
; : Circle No. 1 of the Baptist W. orphan girl In the Orphan Homein Guest s Invited were: Frances Futch. Merry Beth and Charles the Sunrise." g for

M. S. enjoyed a spend the day par- Arcadia. A bazaar will be held Alderman, Gene Davis Freddy Knight Doris and Helen Kruse, The draping the

d. ty at the home of Mrs. P. .M. Bare- in December, the proceeds to go on .Wimberly, Enos and Betty Hayes, Hazel Fields, Madge Brownlee;, respect to Sovereign Anna charter .In

v. foot Friday. building fund. [Norwood Gilford, Paul Canova in, Bobby Stith, Margaret and Joe blood who died Sept. 6th *
fad WILLIAMS-AHRENDT little) folk The lower floor of the. home was if *) Maurice Edwards Jr.. Patsy and Montieth Betty and Enos Hayes, ducted by the Guardian,WILl lone

f The guests brought many gifts open ensuite and tastefully deco- ,DR. AND. IR8.'E. L. BIGOS Barbara Keene, Merry Beth and George, Ruth and Mary Powell, Green Attendant Amy Mae
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Williams that the heart of a small Moore
rated with autumn flowers In Vivid ENTERTAIN Charles Knight, Bobby Biggs, Mar- Juanita and Sarah Barefoot, Jose Assistant Attendant and
announce the engagement and boy, and the children played merrily shades. The day was spent in tha Klckllter, Sara and Betty Jo phine Johns, Patsy Ruth and Bill and members of the team.RUby Hayes.

approaching marriage of their on the lawn until Mr*. White'I sewing on articles for the bazaar Dr. and Mrs. E, L. Biggs enter- Bewail Jackie Joe Murden,, Mary Wainwright, Leonard and Bobby time Mrs. R. J. Davis At the

daughter served Ice cream and cake, and I to be held In December_ the >>1'0- tained the Twentieth Century and Ruth Powell. John Anderson, Smith, Ida Lulu and Marjorie Davis Powell sang, "One By and Mr John

Grace Merrillto gave noisemakers white.. favors.cake There coeds of which will be added to-the Bridge Club, Monday evening at J. A. Martinez, Othma Haynes, Joan Dobrow, Nina Fisher, Gathering Home For One the wt Are
also on
was a large building fund. their home on Walnut street. Jr., Fay and Mary Alice Yarborough Marjorie Sue Middleton, Martha fit 'of the guests the ben.
Gerhart Ahrendtof which burned six pink candles. Degree
At the noon hour a covered dish Four tables for play were arranged -; Mack Futch, Beverly Parks, Klckllter, Barbara, Patsy and demonstrated the letter Stan
Rutherford, N. J. luncheon was enjoyed by the following In the sun parlor, which Lyle Anderson Harold Jordan of Caroline Keen, Margaret and Wanda O. W. and F. S. W. C. work W
Thin to be an event of early fall. PLAY-READERS' CLUB : Mrs. J. W. Edwards> Mrs.J. Slate olTi
was tastefully. decorated for the. Oviedo Nina Bishop, Margaret and Pearce, Betty, Margaret and cers were presented
+. e TO BE ORGANIZED H. Hundley, Mrs. R. AI Thomas, occasion, with quantities of yellow Joe MontletlX Joan Dobrow, Mar- Meba Stringfellow, Jackie Joe given them by the circles and honor.

B. Y. P. V. ANNOUNCEMENTThere Mrs. Georg-W-Kenly: will or- Mrs 1) i.; B. Sapp, Mrs. J. D."Goodman autumn flowers and ferns. A color $jorie Sue Middleton, Jacqueline. Murden, Freddie Wimberly, loulse Woodmen. and< tk*

ganize a Play-Readers' Club on Mrs G. H. Bennett, Mrs. E. motif! of yellow and green was car Andrews, Joseph Andrews, Florence Stern, Betty Joe and Sarah Sew Messrs. V. P. Miller,
will be Junior choir practice next: Tuesday evening, Oct. 4, at 8 C. Priest,. .Mrs. J. :M. Brownlee, lied out in the decorations, tallies Marlon Brown of Lawtey, eU, Sonny Haynes, Betty and Bob ger of W. O. W., G. M. manen .
Friday evening at 6 o'clock o'clock in the Woman's Club. Mrs. E. D. Card Mrs. R. M. Spark- and wrapping of the prizes, and at Granvllle K. Lewis, Jr., Richard by Turner, Olin White Jr., Gran- state auditor R. A. Inman

"1 I and B. Y P. business members meeting at The Play-Reader's Clubs organized man, Mra. J. H. Pitta, Mrs. W. .J'I the close of the evening the hoe Beal, Betty and Barney McRae, Jr., ville, K. Lewis. Jr., Maurice Edwards Lancaster C. K. Bag J.Green H., Nlchol., Ted
7 o'clock. All urgedto
are throughout the state have been Epperson. tess served a sweet course. When George and C. B. Hayes, Jr., Jose- Jr., J. A. Martinez, George rendered appropriate talks.

be present quite popular and have brought OFFICERS i AND C EXECUTIVE the scores were added high prizes phine Johns, Sara Barefoot, Betty Flynn, Jr., Junior Harley Edgar tog Mr. Lancaster's speech he Dur.invited .

much pleasure to the members. were given Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and Lewis Shank, of Roanoke, Va., Wilkerson Beverly Parks, Richard I the W. O. W. and the
'; AUXILIARY TO MEET Mrs. Kenly was an Interested BOARD OF WOMAN'S CLUB Mr. Fred Vining, while Mrs. L. D. Gloria Buford, L'Etta Corpenlng Jackson, Betty, Caroline, Colette to a chicken dinner which is Circle to

worker In the Palatka Club where -- : Mlddleton. Vining and Mr. D. A. Montteth Marti Jean and Shirley' Blltch of and Eula Green B. C. Holtzen- !given Friday at Silver be
: President Mrs. W. ID. Springs
: The American Legion Auxiliarywill she was both a reader and a di- : were presented the low prizes. I the State Farm Billy Blakely, dorf. Jr.STAUKE. C At the close of the mi.tin.. .._
b hold its regular meeting Tuesday Vice-president and Chairman of Enjoying Dr. and Mrs. Biggs' Junior Harley and Clarice Gill. -
$ freshments
rector. Their membership was were
.. 'E+ evening,, October 11, 8 o'clocka Increased considerably when they Clvls Ex-oRlclo: Mrs. L. G. Pow I I hospitality were: Mr: and D.I I WOODMEN one hundred and served twenty to about.
; the Hall guesti
Legion Fred Vinine<. Mr. and Mrs. L. CIRCLE ENTERTAINS
+'i,.l presented John Galsworthy's "Loy Recording Secretary: Mrs. W. B. FAY LOUISE YAUBOROUGH who enjoyed this delightful affair.
: 'i1r i alties," which Mrs. Kenly directed. VIning, and Mrs. Fred Stump, CELEBRATES BIRTHDAYFay
Mr. and Mrs. N. Sternberg, Mr. The Starke Woodmen Circle entertained Bartow- being
OF WOMAN'S CLUB TO MMET Treasurer Mrs C. : on
'r : A. Futch
CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR I' and Mrs. O. L. Beaaley' Mr. and Louise Yarborough entertained the Starke Woodmen of Central avenue.
1 r MET MONDAY NIGHT Department Chairmen Mrs/ : D. A. Montieth, Dr. and Mrs. a number of her young the World, Woodmen Circle of
44 e' The first regular meeting of the Education; Mrs. O. L. Haynes
OK ,
H. B. McLendon, and Mrs. A. Z. friend with a party at the home Ocala and Circle members of Lake APII.ICVIIO 1(111
Executive Board of the Woman'sClub The monthly business meetingof I Legislation: Mrs. D. E. Knight. TAX UKKU:
Adkins. of her Mr. and Mrs. Butler at the Notice I.l
grandparents Monday evening
t i hereby trlvnn Ili-s IJ ,
will be held at the club house the Christian Endeavor was held Music: Mrs. R. J. Davis. tor L. Thomas, holder -
Y R. S. Fernandez Tuesday after Woman's Club. of 1-8 :I: tar
Wednesday morning, October 5 at Monday night at the home of Miss Health: Mrs.! G. M. Inman. certificate No. 258, 5th day of. July.
MARJORIE DAVIS' noon the occasion being her sixth Pink and red radiance roseswere' A. D. 1926, had flied wild -." '
10 o'clock. American 0
Williams. Miss Lucille Home: Mrs. L. D.
Margaret In ofCloe:
PAnTY birthday.A effectively arranged about made appll It iri,
} Green. fur tax deed to I U. .
Mitchell, the vice-president, led the u* thereon :> t.
L O. merry time was had in play- the large auditorium where the cordnnco with law.
V. I> WILL MEET The treasurer's Beautification: Mrs.. G. P. Hnlilrtli use
WEDNESDAY meeting. reportwas Ray: Marjorie Lucille Davis, daughter Ing outdoors on the lawn, and at meeting was held. The meetingwas embrace the following: debed
given by Miss Dorothy Lamb mond.Standing. of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Davis, the close of the afternoon cream called to order by Advisor: ty property, Florida ItuatecJ, towitNEtt In. Uradfnrd un.

i' The W. T. Weeks Chapter, U. D. and the reports for the various Committee ChairmenFinance celebrated her sixth birthday Saturday and wafers were served. Lollypopswere Beulah Hunt of Hampton. The officers of SEH Section 15 Tp 1 a.
Mrs. B.
committees the : U. 22
were given by ISaet containing 40
'a. C., will meet Wednesday, the 5th chairmen. House: Mrs. C. F. Hoover. afternoon by giving a partyto given each little guest; a* of the grove were seated In The aHHeeMinent of wnld: uc"iir'jMrty
f of October, at four o'clock, at the a large number of small people. favors of this happy affair. regular form by the Degree Staff under the said certificate ImutJ was
and beneficial Membership: Mrs. N. D. Wain- In the
Interesting pro- The name of unknown.
young hostess received Mrs. Fernandez was assisted in with Mrs. Lloyd Green
home as pianist
t of Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Biggs. the wright Unleen aald certificate' >'
? Hostesses: Mrs. Biggs, Mra. O. L. grams month were and planned the social for committee com Press: Mrs. W. G. Halle. many beautiful gifts, and entertained serving by her daughter. Miss Isabel Mrs. Mae Green presided during redeemed according to law, tau deed
ing will Iseue
her guests with games on Fernandez, Miss Lolselle Tur- the session. on the lint day o(
i Beasley and Mrs. A. Z. Ariklna. announced a social at the lake School: Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. October, A. I>. 1133.\*
_.' the lawn. The crowning feature of ner, Miss Estelle Kendrick and Miss Eunice Elizabeth Canova, Dated thin 28th day of Sept, nlier
+ W. M. S. CIRCLES TO on Friday." October. 7th.. Program: Mrs..Edward Burns. the party was the large white cakeon I Miss Lucille Mitchell;, Junior member of the order was A. 1) 19.18. O. W. ALDEHMAN

MEET MONDAY BRIDGE PARTY GIVEN BAPTIST W. M. S. MET which burned six pink candles. The guest list included: Frances graduated into the Adult Branch (Seal) Bradford
r 1 MONDAY AFTERNOON Mrs. Davis, assisted by Mrs. C. F. Alderman, Virginia and John An I and her mother, Mrs. Florence Ca- ,9.80.It- County 1Florlda..

''The circles of the Woman's Missionary A varletv f"2rden' flowers -- --

1.ti Society of the Methodist prettily arranged In baskets and .The Baptist W. M. S. met at the

church will meet Monday afternoon bowls decked the home of Mrs. J. church Monday afternoon at 3:30: YOUR. CHURCH NEEDS MONEY-GIVE THEM YOUR FLEE-ZING LABELS THEY AllE VALUABLE AT
s''' October 3, at four o'clock. C. Robinson Tuesday afternoon o'clock for their regular business

!, .. :! The Harriet Peek Circle will be entertained when she entertained her bridge and program meeting. There were

by Mrs. F. H. Long. The club.Five twenty-one members present.
Noble White Circle will meet at progressions of contract Circle No. 1 with Mrs. S. L. Sil-

{. the home of Dr. and Mrs. W. B. were 'enjoyed and scores totaled. cox as leader, and assisted by Mrs.

,; Parks. Hostesses: Mrs. Parks and High prize''' was received by Mrs. G. P. Raymond, gave a splendid

I ;. Mr*. A. Wood.BIRTHDAY O. L. Haynes, and the prize for Royal Service program. During ,

second high went to Mrs. H. C. the business session officers for the PLEEZINGr
Wall. new year'were elected as follows:
r FQR OLIN WHITE JR. The players were: Mrs. D.; A. President, Mrs. A. M. Darby,

Montieth, Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mrs. vice-president Mrs. J. M. Brown-
Mr. and Mrs. Olin W. White gave R. F. Demorest, Mrs. C. D. Shank, lee; correspondence secretary,

? their six-year: old Bon, Olin White, Mrs. N. Sternberg, Mrs. H. C. Mrs. W H. Perkins; recording secretary -

.'$ Jr., a birthday lawn party Wednesday Wall, Mrs. L. Wyman, Mrs. O. L. Mrs. W. J. Epperson; treasurer

.. ; afternoon from four to six:, Haynes. Tea guest, Mrs. L. A. Mrs. Q. W. Alderman; Circle
l. and i entertained about twenty-five Gray. leaders, No. 1, Mrs. J. M. BrownBaking SPECIALS. FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, SEPT. 30 AND OCT. 1MARSHMALLOWS

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5 fe I Contains only the but quality fngr.d..nU None 12 Ibs. :.. 34c 29c
.t DT'T ,. 'I*' approved by ham economic .pale Better 24 lbs. -- ---- -- -- j MILK; t tall cans SC t:::::::::: :

lt'', t ,,I, I PIEt 11NG (hit quality .....r vorl.,-it It olwoyt unl/.I.for..11' _ __ ____ 64c 24 53c

.'. of high.

I To result Inlure a fln. t tutus. ..end perfect boll CAMPFIRE, 1-2 Ib. Package __ ____ __- __________-__ 9c
k Ing every time, Pill liNO Baking
Powder. There It none better* One Writing Tablet FREE with Purchase of Two Packages

TOMATOES No '2 5c Pure Ground Coffee
-Ii cans - - -

I lb. '''pkg. -.---.-.--- 21c

Here Are ,Some PORI & BEANS' 2 cans :. - 9c

f PIee=Zing ,:;. Meal or Grits

Typical Values :. 10 lbs. ._ 15c
PANCAKE ----- -
.h FLOUR 2Eor f '; _ -1 Sc __

TH'nil tiNO produc. described In this ado .
P} ? I vertisement ore typical, of the more thanS00 Just Like Mother Used to Make RICE. 5 Ibs. ISc
,. real values in foods and household tup- ,"'.' -
-n : pile that bear the nil UNO 'label.' They are '
valve that will withstand campa.l.a.-lh. j PLEE-ZING Dates BISCUIT FLOUR pkg. .. 27
-1 c
f law
hl heft quality obtainable at surprisingly
Fresh .rock,newly packed, hat For ,
prices. I
Texas Ski
,.' been received. Giv* gatpeed .. ess FigsPleerZing
+ r, fancy, canned v.g.tabI.t.lat.d' conned VLEt:11NGto the th9 dr.n. They art s00d Add Only Water ", : ,
meats, high grade toilet table salt,
Hta lh
for them. The natural In
1 S I cheese needs,broomsthese that. net UNO ors..{iu.t..ppU..f.w.When of yourmany you }\ doles supplies Buoyeons sugar and "-- Full" Quarts, Quart 29c
( muscle Choice '_,J ,
building. quality.thoroughly :
r buy such articles It will, pay you to Insist upon : :
the Mil-UNO, label. II I. your guarantee of I '. I .. pasteurised, clan '
t' t genuine value.Moke : I OATMEAL IOcpkgsB,2pkgs.15c= l But er., Pure Cree lb. .24c
up your mind right now to give .

f MII2INO a idol Your money back without I IIti! (J! !' I '. _" .. Beat White Bacon lb. 9c
I''J question. If you are not.100 per cent satisfied ; Full Flavor "CoffeePIEEZINGJ ,
$ with.any nil UNO "product you buy. OATMEAL Hotel -15c
TAG highest-grade blend eon;- Sizepkg. -, Beef Roast, lb. __ __ 18c
Cash Prize Offer toins the world's choicett coffee. Vacuum
l ) I Uniformly'' roosted to that
palieScaled 15c
I'', fl .? To the persons writing the :35 mot Interesting I ular degree which Insures finest : Breakfast Bacon sliced
f.. tiff UNO/ slogans. ,cash p.i...will bo awarded [ aroma and cup quality. Sliced or Crushed
as follows nil INO Groceri handle cof. T Smoke Sausage lb 15c
Pint Pure ............_._-SSO." I T I f fees of'various flavors-o blend SJKyr ? ,
rpr *ecend ".,*. ,._- __.,. 3$... .JI r for.v.ry last and pocketbaok. *fT PINEAPPLE 1 oz. can -' 5c Boiled Ham lb. 30c
/ Third Prise _, _. 20." _---
( I Neil Ten Prim, eech M.oe II j
; /Ns. w Print,eeclt-. .M I I II. Hamburger'b.' .t5c
9c -
It It easy to write oIag.......The simplest one Ii Jjflj oz. can -. ,
4, 9. you can. l think of/ may win first prlie. Here ,Itan Complexion. Beauty Wemers lb. 15c
f onamplet ""11 Product Wilt Please. I ------
roar Surely you can write a better any ....,....:..'.... ... (New Reduced Price) Fall\\ ORANGE JUICE N1 1 can l lOe Pork' Ribs lb. lOc
: : :, ______
g ?/ e.eerhurryllyouar.gohtgro.nt.r,0e.r ::::::; ;. : : : ''Sam til., tarn quality, that t.Oarr.lt ,
rtl .e enpires, October .13 o..dwi.......* will be ., .....". formerly told for 10 cent Th. !:
'f 9, .announced October 29.Contest. rich creamy. } 'lather of nH-ltnO wlill Plee-Zing SHINOLA
}, Completion leouty Soap.leaves : can ----
Rules the skin smooth and ......,,. 5 Corned'Beef No. I
,,:.i C can __ CANDLES 2 for 5c
.Delicately perfumed. Now le. __ _____---___-

;! r i. 1 rul Open lING to everyone Organization apt of employee their Author-" .of I I I I I Roast Beef, No. I can ..,---- } 5 C What would you do if your lights

Distributors, and member of their Meat
families.O Sausag NO..2 can ..__ went out?

:aC s Al] I For each slogan submitted enclose 3 Rolled Oats Tripe,' No. .2 can ---------
/ nil, UNO labels (lot copies) or enclose o Plee-Zing Fancy Redw

.y 3 bab.slip P'iies are tor for' 3 the nil-UNO most Interesting product!tetter pI1N e A larger(New, thinner Process(flake mod),by Big Calif: y C. Peaches, 2 1.2 can 2 for __2Sc SALMON, No. I can ...____________ 15c

,t Judgst'd.clslonsNollb.AeotDuplket. o new rolling procst that Oh... _
,! Pr".. will be awarded In co. of o tI. }a .finer flavor and quick cooking Pacilate POTATOES, 10 lbs. .... 15c .
--- ------ Country Gentlemen Fancy
"r rx A Mail ...,,/.. before October 13 to, Can. properties. .

.i, .n y4 I teirfdiror.PLEEZINGlnc,3ilastWockerDrive, Chicago Ml, I a glottwor Atlroctive.,,In *vry useful pockog piece' of lOc Cheese" full cream lb. ___ ....__ >I 19c CORN, No. 2 can, 3 for --_-___ 25c

; Watch Windows of PLEE-ZING

e w, ;I Grocers for Saturday Specials I i' CARRADINE'S A. H. GREEN-' J, W. WHITE. & 'SON

'j Phone 86 Starke Fla. Phone 62 Starke Fla.
Look We Carry Wilson! Toomer ,
for This
Sign Fertll1ter-A'fun line of Quality W. Carry Full Line of Quality

Seeds at Lowest Prices Seeds at Lowest Prices

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SJSZS25''Z5t5''5Z5SZSZSL'Z5E5'LS 1 I Wauchula-Work expected to I Clearwater -.. New state highway ,4 "1 tv" ,
.z2!; 1I 1
I I 101-foot In front of Semtnole Soldiers' ,' ,
.e start shortly on new I ?
I FAVORITE RECIPES |I II j :bridge on new road, east of town.', home practically completed. ..' r'- ,
I I 1 ,jfi \D '! ,

Bits oi ?: .. *
Coffee Souffle J",

2 10-cent boxes of marshmal- Needs '

I lows, 1-2 cup strong coffee 1-2 pt .
of heavy cream. '' '
Put marshmallows and coffee In EXPERT REPAIRINGSee

Our People Bud'ness and double boiler, let marshmallowsmelt.
Concerning When cool add cream beaten -
Progress of the County and Town until stiff. Mix well and pour Into tw,
sherbert glasses. Let stand In icebox
about 3 hours. Serves six. W. G. Stringfellow :vlinV
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ntrlQt1Ic" ; _... Mrs. L. Wyman. ;
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WEATHER REPORT A. S. Crews was taken to, Starke, Fla. Prompt Service Prices Reasonable '
Riverside Hospital In Jacksonvlll
complied by Stark bran, Thursday where she will underg, Brown Broad PHONE 59 } '
AJ S, Forestry Service. a tonsil operation. 1 1 pt. buttermilk, :2 cups of Graham \ t
26, 1932. flour, 1 of corn meal (do
ending Sept. cup
Weeks .. ,..-.,
t. Max. Mta. Pieclp. O. C. Waller, representing Wailer not sift), 1 cup of syrup, 1 tea: -- = _. -=' ai i j7, ,
.14 82 71 .10 S Spt Bro.., berry plant growers of: spoon baking powder, 2 teaspoonssoda.
pt 15 75 68 .01 Judsonla, Arkansas, was In Brad Reduced Prices on Paints
t.16 89 63 ford county this week. If desired 1 cup of raisons may I ,
lT 94 69 1* be added. Steam 2 1-2 hours in 4 << a t1a.
pt . 88 68 will one pound baking ,
,8 Mr. and Mrs. John Uglow I CHARLES W. BACHMAN
88 67 then put in oven and dry out for'
19 return the last of the week from e Head Coach. University of r
12 .15 l about ten minutes. Stock : i N
three months visit In Michigan
65 S3 .69 .7.13pt. Mrs. A. Z. Adkina,
Canada. Lee bur.-c. O. Kirkland House Paints-Varnish Stains t
86 69 i ipt Starke, Fla.
22 *. ery, 1223 West :Main street
23 87 81 66 63pt Mrs. H. M. Thomas and three Coconut Cream Pie ed new equipment recently. : 1 E"amelsFloor and Deck v'ly i
pI. 24 daughters returned Tuesday from ,
!l5 88 61 ..01pI. Montreal, Canada, where they 3 eggs separated, :2 cups sweet Dade City-L. R, Stone : Paints in the Davis Quality ;j .
8ft 69 Tr milk 1.2 salt, 1 ;
26 teaspoon cup sug- : :
chased business of
the summer. drug
t.27 86 70 Tr spent ar, 2 tablespoons butter 5 tablespoons Pasco and I Via. ; ,, "
Total rainfall for weeks, 3,32 inI flour, 2 teaspoons vanilla, )
Mrs. C. L. Fowler and daughter,, 3 tablespoons sugar, 1 can moist I streets.. Heaters-Stove Pipe-Elbows- Stove Boards
visIting ---
Marguerite of Jacksonville, are
Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight spcnilednesday Mr. and Mrs. R coconut. 1 Hollywood. A. Waltz,

In Jacksonville- _-.. A. Thomas.Mrs.her parents. i milk.Beat Mix egg: salt yolks, sugar thoroughly and flour, add together -I ing Fisher poultry and Willis producing Fetters Bradford Hardware CompanyAnnouncing '

Ijtr. and Mrs. L. D. Vining wen and add a little of the milk here
1 Jacksonville Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson and and egg mixture to make a smooth I ._ .
Mrs Dale Vanstckel, spent Sundayin paste, then add the rest of milk Winter Park-Addition ... :- ..-::-::, -- =:=- .:.;:-:. -- R
with Mr. and Mrs.. Geo boil- ----- --- ---- G.R. rj
jjfr. E. M. Davis spent WednesLy Lawtey and and egg. Cook In double erected to Gentile Bros., Co.,
afternoon In Jacksonville A. Anderson. er until thick, stirring constantly.Add ing plant.
butter and cool then vanilla

(Co!. H. V. Knight was a business Mrs. W. J. Epperson Mrs. Dale and coconut. (Save a little coconutfor Miami Beach-$3,000 store-
jjtor' in Gainesville Monday. Vansickel and Miss Pearl Jordan top of meringue.) Put In baked ing to be erected at 665 the Opening of
spent Wednesday afternoon in pie shell, cover with meringue ton avenue. ,
S. W. Whitehead of Lake Butler, Lake Butler. made of 3 whites, ''S tablespoons --- .
i In Starke Saturday. I sugar. Sprinkle coconut over top, I Miami Beach Donald t
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wainwright put in oven and brown. This also x
3619 Flamingo 5
I Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes spent and family returned home Sunday makes 'a good banana pie. building permit lot: construction NOONAN'S GARAGEON
nday in Jacksonville. after spending ten days at Jacksonville Mrs.\ : D. A. Montteth, $25,000 residence.
Beach. Starke, Fla. '

Eldredge Robinson spent thin < I I ,Arcadia -?-. DoII.i.lc1.> eek.end Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. H.: C. Wall spent Miami Beach-Wilmac Security Kisslmmee, purchased citrus
the week-end at Jacksonville Beach Co. obtained recently for I
permit known as Fort-Yelvington .,,
ThuraLy with Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wain- residence Next Door to Green's Store
lira A. Z. Adkins spent construction of $15,000 few midas north of here.
land Friday in Jacksonville. wrjght. at 3525 Flamingo Drive.

Pine Level *- Albert <
I Mr.' D. P. McKinnon of Miami, Mrs. L. A, Dees and Mrs. C. F. Plant City Construction to purchased large citrus grove M '(; it
nt Wednesday In Starke. Johns and children of Mayo, spent tart soon on new citrus and vege- here. General all
the week-end with Mrs. L. D on
table packing house to replace ,
I Elmer McMillan of Lake Worth Green. former house of Ebe Walter here. Brownvtlle J. G. Lawton
\spending three weeks In Starke Bartow purchased Hampton
Mrs. N. T. Ritch and sons, N. T. Okahumka-Edgar Plattlk Kaolin grove, located west of this
J Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rigdon ol and Tommle, Mrs E. M. Johns and Co., near town, resumed op.ratlons. Makes Cars '
Jacksonville, spent the week-enc daughter, Gloria motored to Jack- I Avon Park Construction a
Sere. sonvllle Thursday and spent the 1 I greasing on state road No. 8, / }u ,

day. I Winter Park Bennett Electric tween Sebring and this place.
Mrs. P. S. Denmark and Mist Shop moved to new location at 242 II Our Specialty: Chevrolets, Buicka, Pontlaca
>/Jetunark were visiting In St Mrs., J. M. Brownlee, Miss Martha Winter Garden f'epnls ,
t, : East Park Avenue.' >
J.wt BrownIee, .
ugustine Sunday. Brownlee.'Dr. built this summer 'on' .
Messrs. J. E. Wilson and' Bill Leesburg-E.- B. Laws leased- B.' church grounds; officially l,
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Doyle attend Stringfeilow were visitors In Jacksonville and B. Meat Market cated

H the baseball game in Gainesville Tuesday ____ .. _y_
I r 1J"I
Sunday afternoon. -
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Durkee en-

Mr. C. A. Blrt of Hampton, was route to their home In Hollywood, Coaches on Football Show 1 I
|business visitor in Starke Thura- from a six week's vacation in uuiriuIpIuMirHwpI1

to. Maine 'were guests of Mr and Are Colorful Lot
Mrs. R. A.- Thomas Wednesday Program
I Mrs. David Moore of Lawtey,
a visitor in Starke Wednes Mr. and Mrs. Louis Thomas of I

day. Trenton, Mich., and Mr. Jewel ,, ..,...ht '
Shepard and Mr. Bainey Lovett of'' w.xrr 1 k rsr 1

| Mrs. Lamlra Murden motored Adel, Ca, were guests of Mr. and
) Gainesville Thursday and spent Mrs. J. J. Rigdon Sunday. 1
i day. + ,s> ;H Ni
Mrs..J. J. Rigdon. Mrs. Lacy Rig r CROCERYI
| Miss Olive Dell t Gainesville. don and Miss Eva Rigdon were In
t the week-end with !>ltss10M Jacksonville Thursday.. Miss Rig- '
i Johns. don will visit friends there for a .
week. y'' i I
j Mr.R. V Turner of Jacksonville,,
at Sunday In Starke with bit Mr. L. E. Jordan of Oviedo, >k
"* i '
By. spent Sunday In Starke with rela- Location Between Bank and Poatofflce
tives. He was accompanied -
I Miss Ruby Bassett, of the Reliei by his wife and sons who have 1 s
Apartment, Tallahassee, was t aaltor been visiting at the-home of Mrs.
Pillsbury Flour 24 lbs. 75c
In Starke Tuesday. N T. Rltch. nap : '

Mr V. P. Miller of Lakeland,, Mrs. O. L. Beasley Mrs. A., II
*nt Tuesday and Wednesday Wood. Mrs. W. E. Middleton, Mrs' Kraft Velvreta delicious NO. 1 BEST IRISH hlj 1' '
ere.lira.. L. A. Davis. Mrs. E. K. Perryman Cheese-Food, Rich and MellowYet
and Mrs. E. S. Matthews attendedthe .:; .Digestible as Milk ItaPotatoes ,f i1 i1lb.pkg.
_ Geo. A. Gardiner and Mr. Joint meeting of the Metho- I .,
A. Winkler spent Tuesday in dist :Missionary Society in Mac- I '
'cQonvl11e.Hr. 14c
clenny Wednesday.Mrs. f : lOlbs.15cl

and Mrs. Broward Lovell ot D. A. Montleth Mrs. E. L. ..
were recent guests of Mr. Biggs. Mrs Latnira Murden and PUKE GROUND NO. 1 YELLOW
1 Mrs. J. A. SauL. Rhodes spent Wednesday af- Famous coaches are shown above: ;Top Row, A. A..8Ua.

lire J. a Adklns of Gainesville, I accompanied ternoon In Jacksonville.by Mrs. W.They P. Randall were- "Pop"Cavanaugh Warner and W.and A. Alexander.Howard Jones.' 'Bottom \.HiWi-'J-FranK' Coffee 2 Ibs. 25c f Onions 4 Ibs lOc<<: 1 1fi

!th*party of friends spent Tues and children, who had spent a
I ; FRANK CAVANAUGH. under the scorer's jeriey. y .t Kingsley Lake. he: day here with her mother Mrs. : MAJOR hard driving gen stunt of puncturing the ball Cane Sugar 10 l lbs. 45c
M..Alvarez. era. Howard Jones, builder of the kickoff wa dl.allowed -
[Hrt., j. p. colley has gone' to Southern California's champion the rule elated that,the bait I ,
Pniiersonville! N. C.,for a month's Mr.' and Mrs. B. A. Rodda and teams, Eddie Crowley Michigan be an "Inflate oblate ,
r it children, Mrs.. Allen Johanson and 'J State's_bead each Jesse Harper Warner developed such '

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Burns mo- daughter.daughters Faye,,Mrs.Mr. H.O.C.E.Garwoodand Prevatt, (!I who Rip Miller.trained Navy Knute to plIoW Rockne.the\:are all-eur and the a redskin Pleasant Bear. sure and a Little. Jim Man Thorpe.. Afraid Bacon, lb.8c f Lard, 4 lbs. 30e {ykI ;

to Gainesville Tuesday and Mrs. E. H. Perryn. Mrs. Mary Frazier latest who will broadcast Among the battery of expert: ; I
hot the day. Mrs. H. C. Waldron of Pa- coaching their slants on the 1932 gridiron 1. the All-America Football Flour 12 Ibs. 29c; 241 Ibs. - 52c ,1
Q Qo.
member of
latka put on a B. Y. P. U. programat {drama for the All-America football rater Rip; Miller .
Mrs. Wm. Struth Is spendingWeek the Baptist church Sunday eve Show every Friday night during famous Four Horsemen .

lilter Mrs.in Wildwood with her. ning. While In Starke Sunday afternoon of- I I the"Pop"big game Warner season.of Stanford.- FrltaCrisler. youngest.Rockne trained Sta., ,.Is the one of tram. .Macaroni i 4 for 15c ';
L M. DeSha. they were the guests Princeton's new chief."Gloomy patriarch Is also rated the -
.. [
1ln, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Thomas.CHINA Oil" Doble of Coruell. and philosophical sportsman In

dy.'Of W.Jacksonvile.W. Page and are little spending' son. GROVE CHURCHRev. man.Alonio" are Sugg.prominent Chicago's among"grand the old the history.toughest;Major ta Cavanaugh.km *ter 01.1 18 : : Octagon Soap & Powder 10 f for 25c|

week to starke. 'other previously announced in the aiL Blight, round shouldered
will meet the program ard Jones la the mildest maanero
D. L. Phillips lineup for Ibis unique sport
'i:f' and M**. George W. Kenly people of Cfcina Grove Church Friday being heard over a coast-lo- Tlewed'oa The ..coache the All-America U./ beta. CREAMERY PT. KRAFTButter r
network under auspices
taT Visitors to Jacksonville Mom- at' eight o'clock. coast Columbia noted
Walsh *
afternoon of the All-America Board (Iff'ootbalL by Christy
authority. Other feature ot - 22c I Mayonnaise! 20c
' srr- FOR9YTJI WINS These famous. mentors who are broadcast Include the :
11, nd Mr>Rex Sweat and .--- building the power speed and deceptive meat of the week's 10 out
'-sad Forsyth. the strategy of modern foot player, as elected tf several h" ;
Will! spend the week-end "Pride'of Bradford County" de- ball. have kept their personalities dred iport writer, and Ibe 1' Corn Tomatoes .. 15cBABY
.. enactment of dramatic play or cans -
.1'. and Mrs. E. U Bigg feated "Young" Embry. of Tampa. shrouded babied the) brilliant performance all tbe color of actual t fws
Tuesday night In the ten round of their
J.t Alvarez crowd,at back of the wluulng score thatbare combat. LIMAS., ., .;.... -
WL rned'IIIIer. main gw before a large Freddie Rich's. orchestra and --, -- .
[ are stories, 'i i
them glory URGE }
rallied woo IXMAS ._
nsnl e r',Wednesday City- Club arena. ForsyU large male chorus offer songs ; 5 Ibs. 25c
eheca the colorful and dramatic.One _. - }
""' been' her In the last two rounds to gain of the moil spectacular of the four colleges cited for NAVY BEANS ? ...._ .
ughter, )dra w. Randall having foughton play during u.. ...11". : '.d
P. I I1ay the, decision, after football'. ....ral. 'fa way "Pop"
even'terms, with the exception Warner who surted the vo u* for The All-America Football, Sbo Corned Beef, can ., .__ Lie\
Tompkins of Jack.i of the first two round tbatt deceptive plays. twenty year aco I t. heard at .. BAT.. ',,Ce & !

.,. Pen ng the Winter In 1 to ICmbry. Forsyth weighed In at when be He piloted originated the Carlisle the touch-Indiana Standard Paeina every 7. Friday Mountain Bight and.. Flour, True Love, 21.Ibs. k ..._ _...... SSc\\ fp s;

I11cI.: and WIll attend BradfordI 145. and Embry'tipped. the scales Uaii the aoa./r'' j
ofhWlng Ue:pig gridiron I .
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Alligator Valuable Treating Chickens ..- ........... has been provided so that--
Husa may make
an i
? tI Tourist Attraction For Worms U8elessExperiments of the fundamental intensive! etYt!

.. And Fish Protector Show Ir volved in the extraction principle?'

FARMERS SECTION LIVE STATE NEWSNews clnal substances from dragens4JacksonvilleEvidence J

Gainesville, Fla. The alligator Gainesville, Fla. "Treating

Is valuable to Florida as a tourist chickens for worms as U practiced of Florida in Short ParagraphsSt. purchased whiskey that h
; Conducted by Demonstration Agents attraction and as a destroyer of in Florida is apparently not only J pint while In for 50 cent,

gars, turtles, and other water life useless but harmful and expen- Introduced in county Jail here
; the
which are so destructive to game sive," said Dr. E. F. Thomas, assistant Lester trial lode r
: fish, Carlyle Carr biologist with veterinarian at the Florida _....._ -- --- Spell, who was con
t -ii_ :- :i :--- -- -- -- -- of second degree
the Florida Agricultural Extension Experiment Station, in a recent murder In ?
t PREPARING GARDEN SOIL MANY BEES LOST Service, said in a recent radio address radio address.He Petersburg-Charles W. Eld- have been captured, the state prison killing of Roy Miller and sent

,t y BETTER THAN DOCTORING EACH WINTER DUE has recently completed four ridge, 101 years old and believedto bureau announced. They are: to five years. Jailor E. c. 81111t?

i r' ILL, NOURISHED PLANTS TO LACK OF FOOD "To the people of the world, experiments, three In cooperationwith be the oldest voter In Plnellas W. H. GOBS, Duval county; George In said the that sometime ago

-- Florida Is the Gator state," said poultrymen over the state, county, has registered for the Burkett, Dade county; Ernest Everett jail had broken Into

Gainesville, Fla.-Money and energy Gainesville, Fla.-Many beekeepers Mr. Carr. "To miss seeing alli- and one here, in which a total of coming general election. Mr. Eld- Volusla and Hillsborough storage vault and stolen wand ,

fj+ '' spent in preparing the soil make the mistake of tak- gators In a trip over the state Is 1,629 birds were treated under ridge has voted a straight Repub- counties, and Frank Potts, Duval probably sold some to SPt!

{ g ,Il for flower and ornamental plants ing the honey too close, and as a the keenest disappointment to farm conditions with two well lican ticket In 21 presidential county. The sixth convict Bobby who wrote his sweetheart about I

Is far better than trying to doctor result lose many bees each winter, tourists. Another Florida attrac- known worm treatrnentstetrachlorethylenekamala elections Jones, Orange county, still is at the letter being read at the *!

j+' ill-nourished specimens later Dr. says R. E, Foster, apiary Inspector tion Is thus being greatly depre- and iodine large. today. Smith promised an inv*

I; ;r R. M. Barnette, chemist and soils with the State Plant Board. ciated by the ruthless destructionto vermicide. The untreated birds In Jacksonville-Frank A. Keeney, gallon.

specialist with the Florida Experiment October Is the> time to look at scarcity of this famous inhabi- all! the experiments finished the New York sportsman and theatrical :Miami-Police pulled shivering -

Station, explained in a recent the bees and see that every colony tant. The inhumane shipment of test with higher egg productionand man, has re-purchased St. 79-year-old John Carpenter, of Tallahassee The Sup r e..

$ a 4 radio address to garden club mem- has plenty of honey. Mr. Fosterr baby gators to northern climes consumed less feed per dozen Johns Park, horse racing plant Middletown, N. Y.. from the water Court last week denied an aPPll

s +j'\y bers. ports that every spring while where the rigorous winter kills eggs than those treated. Each of midway between here and St. last Friday after he had clung to tlon for a writ of coram nobis

{ +' Efforts spent in making soil con- going over the state he finds that them,, and the commercial slaughter the four experiments showed the Augustine, Frank A Schuyler, sec- a bulkhead for seven hours. Car- Elvin E. Jeffcoat, condemned

c i yb ; dition favorable will have a lastIng hundreds of colonies of bees have' of the adults have played a deplorable same general trend of production."The retary-treasurer of the Florida penter, it was reported. had at- die the electric chair next Wedn,

y effect and do much toward Increasing died during the winter. He attrib- part in the situation as experiments indicate," Dr. Jockey Club announced last week. tempted to commit suicide by sit- day for the hammer murder

4 the enjoyment of the gar- utes most of this loss to a short- we find it today. Thomas explained, "that ,hens ting on the bottom of Miami bay, his wife. The writ wag soup!

e den. Plants on fertile soil will age of feed.Because given one worm treatment and Jacksonville Florida Demo- lost his nerve and came to the yesterday. by Ed R. Bentley, u*
"No doubts the value
stand more drouth or flood and the winter months are one great placed back on the same groundare crats completed their statewide or- surface. He was too weak to call land, attorney for Jeffcoat' wt
black bass has been to the
j ;i' resist insects and diseases better not severe In Florida Is not sufficient handicapped, since they suffer ganization for the November elec- for aid and was finally seen by a based his plea upon the writ tf
state but recent drouths and Illegal
; t than poorly nourished ones, he reason to expect the bees to seining, have almost made a- a decrease In production due to tion, last Friday when membersof passerby on the pier who called. cedure of old English law. Beat!

work every day. When they are treatment and! are reinfested with the advisory committee-rep- police. contented that Jeffcoat was Inwt
said.An clean of this fresh water
; a adequate supply of organic forced to do this, and two or three sweep worms before they have time to resenting the 67 countiesgathered i at the time of the slaying and th,
fish. Florida waters filled

a matter, he termed the most essential cold days come along, many die. game are recover. From the evidence shownin and mapped out the part the Tallahassee-Attorney General the attorney was therefore mub
with fish and turtles
-t slv condition for the growth of Fifteen to twenty pounds of honey predatory I I these studies, which will be car- women are to play in the cam- Cary D. Landis said in an opinion I to present Jeffcoat conatltuoa
which If unchecked wlU get the
w A+ garden plants. This organic mat- should be left in each hive at all few bass that are left. One of the ried further, the best procedure paign. last week that the state's child defense. Jeffcoat Is now in u

;. ter must be In a well-decomposed times, he stressed. best to reduce the numbers for poultrymen to follow would be labor laws prohibited children un- death cell at Raiford awaiting e

rP condition to facilitate cultivation In case there Is a shortage of ways to Inaugurate sanitary measuresto Bradenton-It took nine stlches der fourteen years of age from ecutlon.
of the predators of fish Is to
and not be unsightly. The compost hives Mr. Foster advises game Infestation far to close -
honey In the Increase the state's supply of alli prevent as as a wound Henry Johnson, dancing or otherwise participatingin
heap is therefore a prerequisite for feeding a mixture of equal possible. When worms do occur I Bradenton, former Boston Red Sox theatre stage programs, where Jacksonville-Duval county"m

'+ {''r successful gardening. parts sugar and water. The best gators. cull vigorously, and forget worm pitcher, received when his hand admissions are charged. This applies derive benefits too widespread it

t' p Complete removal of the soil for way to teed this is to take an "Remington Kellogg, of the U. treatment until some vermifugeand slipped through the glass on a he said, In an opinion requested far-reaching to be estimated

n'', a foot or more around where the empty super, without frames, and S. National Museum, in his bulle- some method! of use has been headlight while he was attempting -I by John H. Mackey, state terms of dollars from the mo

H, plants are to be planted and the I[place it on top of the hive after tin about the habits and economic found, tested, and proven bene- to free a stalled car. Johnson labor inspector at Jacksonville, quito control program now belt

'; i building; of a fertile soil in its the cover has been removed. Importance of alligators, says they ficial by the use of control flocks. walked a mile before getting a ride even though children are not paid accomplished with governor

"+ place is often advisable for the live chiefly upon crabs, crawfish, Poultrymen should not put faith to a hospital. for their services. funds for unemployment relief,i

i v poorer sandy soils. Rich earth fish, turtles, and water beetles. It in testimonies regarding the valueof cording to Dr. Henry Hans<.

l and compost may be dug Into the HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES does not appear that they are ser- vermifuge as has been done in Tallahassee-Florida consumed I Arcadia Lee Evans, Arcadia State Health Officer. The progrs

1{, bottom of the bed from which the iously destructive to useful forms the past. 14,084,637 gallons of gasoline during turpentine and timber operator, consists of three main project

;ti sand has been removed, and the !Weekly from Home: Deraonstra-1 of wild life, as important food fish "Our observations have shown August, compared with 14- was fatally shot and robbed on a I located in as many different par

11 rest of the bed may be filled with I tlon Specialist, TallahasseeFOOD do not bulk large in their diet. that worm eggs die-in Florida soilsIn 857,023 in July, the state comp- side road some 22 miles from this of the county, Grand Crossit

8i compost, woods mold, peat, muck, Their depredations on crab and from six months to a year troller's office announced today. city last week In Charlotte county.His Jacksonville Beach and the WIn

i and manure. i shrimp are not sufficient to cause Thus we believe that much can be Receipts from the state tax of body was found lying partlyIn another section of the count

Organic matter decomposesvery fishermen any difficulty In meet- accomplished I. the control of seven cents a gallon totalled $1- the road, alongside his car, by A total of 27,700 man days v

rapidly In Florida soils and It FOR TilE SCHOOL CHILD Ing market demands."It worms by raising chickens only on 020824.62 for August, ai against George Whitlock, an employe who be required to complete the pr
is necessary to keep supplying itN' Is time that the peopleof that has not had chickenson
high ground 1039991.61 in July. was sent to look for Evans this gram as planned, according to
Xo la large quantities to maintain a A child builds both physically Florida awaken to the fact that it for at least a year." V. Imeson, engineer in charge
the murdered man'lIwife.
morning by
and and he cannot be
fertile soil In the garden. mentally wild-life C
Its natural resources, Fort Lauderdale-Eight Holly the work.
; ) Most Florida soils are distinct I stronger than his foundation. If black bass and alligators being ex- CLUB BOY TOPS HOG wood city officials Including the His pockets were rifled and
also his and offlers believe
ly acid, with the exception of a he has good food habits during MARKET WITH GOOD car
amples, are being ravaged by com- city commission were recently sen-I Tampa-J. Tom Watson, slor
about $(00 which he
was thoughtto
{ t '#1 few calcareous soils and soils with his growing years he Is almost cer- mercial and other Interests, and PIGS PROPERLY RAISED tenced to 30 days In the Broward have! on him was taken. petrel of the Tampa bar, was n

i/ shells, he explained. ...If liberal tain of carrying them through life. take the necessary steps to pro county jail by Circuit Judge C. E pended for six months from pra

; quantities of fertilizer material Good food habits should start to- tect the wild life of the state." i Gainesville, Fla. Good stock Chilllngsworth on a contempt tics in federal court by Judge At

i have been added, the acidity problem day. Tomorrow may be too late. I I and a good system of grazing and charge growing out of their alleged Pane ma City Storms duringthe erman last week because of
; past month that have stirredup
h Is minimized. A large number When a child of six enters, PROFITS OR LOSSESON fattening crops allowed Bill Clegg, expenditure of city funds since fil- waters in the Gulf of Mexicoare statement on foreclosure of Me

of plants grown in gardens will school he may feel he has no time i POULTRY FLOCKS Alachua County (-II club boy, to ing of a mandamus suit by A. L. said to be for bay drainage district taxes nil

h ?+ a tolerate a relatively high degree to eat breakfast, or at best he get 4.45 per hundred pounds for Spitzer, Toledo, Ohio, bondholder. responsible unusual mitted by him to Tampa newspapers
SHOWN BY RECORDSBy runs of mullet that for sev-
of acidity, especially on fertile may have only a hurried meal. his litter of nine pigs which were recently and published in \th

1 soils. Lime should be applied very This condition Is due largely to the sold in Moultrie, Ga., when the Marianna The Jackson coun- eral days have come into St. An- Tribune. Watson is a member c
# judiciously. To make the soil hours of the ( Spuds Johnson.) prevailing price was $3.TIS drews bay and vicinity, close to
r sleep. By regulating reports ty school board has just passed a the outgoing legislature and wa
} shore. The is
t more acid, for such plants as the time for going to bed and arising, Went over to a neighboring County Agent Fred L. Craft. resolution which reads "that no run described as a candidate for nomination to

azalea, peats and mucks are fine, the breakfast hour easily adjusts farm yesterday and was talkingto The pigs were farrowed early in the largest in more than three governor In the June primary
I dancing be allowed !in school:
,: However, emphasis should be .. Itself.If Mrs. Gus Weeks, who raises February. They were raised un- any years. Local fish houses last Judge Akerman held Watson
building or school of
w placed on getting a rich, well one meal is omitted or Is low 'poultry while Gus runs the rest of der a cooperative agreement with Jackson county any and that any weed handled 656,471 pounds, and statement "could have had no other
soil If we want the bent the farming operations. On inquiring the Florida Station 'I many fishermen experienced heavy
pulverized Experiment adv
in food value, It is very difficultfor teacher participating In dance object and result than to
any catches.
: The fish being taken at
of success with gardening. the child to I of Mrs. Weeks how she and on a grazing crop system ( owr
A get enough food in during any school term shall be,,the present time are above the those poor people property
K.i. ... .. .. .. .. .. the other two meals. It Is better to had come out with her chickensthis worked out by the Station. They immediately asked to resign by the average in size.TallahasseeA. ers In the district) to go to J. To
she answered without farrowed
y divide the year, were in a clean house the of \tt
food for the day into school board." Watson, and if opinion
M1s 1j \VRUF FARM PROGRAM"The + three meals of moderate size. hesitation, "Well I have made and immediately turned on a field court is true that was In vlolatlo
something over $//SOO clear profit of oats. Later they were grazedon book written by of profession
of several
The school child's breakfast ia Lakeland Constable Frank canons
members of class in
Voice of Florida" them since October 1 last a advanced
t on year, millet and Sudan grass. They "
t the most important meal In his Dixon Is dead, victim of a pistol journalism at Florida State College ethics. _
not counting the we have fed shorts
eggs were dry peanuts, corn,
yf k . day and should be well planned, eaten In the home during the year." and milk and supplemental feeds bullet and Martin Tillman, well for Women, here, has been to 4
( Gainesville. Fla.-With Mondayset with time allowed for eating. known resident of this section, adopted as a textbook for studentsat St. Augustine-Replying
Over 500 350 chickens
| profit on and had a mineral mixture before by Senate
aside as citrus day and Wed- Breakfast should always contain awaits official Investigation into the University in Oklahoma, Inquiry recently
struck me as being pretty good, them. They were weaned at two behalf of i
a fruit, toast bread dark the killing. Tillman officers said, Duncan U. Fletcher on
nesday devoted to the weekly talk or (a college officials announced. The
and I wondered If she were guess- months old and about the middle
,v } about growing ornamental plants, bread at least part of the time,) told them when they arrived on book Is a collection of articles constituent, regarding any
If she knew. She of
Ing or certainly July turned on a field of UUtu
were Matanzaa by
_ ; Fort
8 the Florida Farm Hour from state a cereal (preferably a hot one), talked as if she knew. corn to fatten. the scene that be had killed Dixon written as classroom assignments made of Char!
milk or cocoa and baconor after the constable fired at him States forces, Maj. Gen
radio station WRUF will offer perhaps during the past two years. It was
Mrs. Weeks must have divinedmy The total cost of producing the general,, W.
; many fine talks by College of Agriculture eggs. Except in very hot thoughts, for she spoke up, pigs was 3364. The nine pigs, I, on a lonely road. compiled and edited, with an Introduction H. Bridges, adjutant replied as follow
f and Experiment Station weather one dish should be warm.A by Earl Lynn Vance, as-
"I have the records in hero in a averaging 182 pounds, brought information is tow
cooked breakfast food Is Fort Myers-H. Milton Jacobs, "No official
workers next week. Talks more sociated
are professor of English and
record book which I obtained from
72.89, leaving a profit of $39.64. relative I t
In the War
nourishing than national committeeman for Flor-
scheduled for each a prepared one
; noon day according journalism.
; the Agricultural Extension Serviceat County Agent Craft there which 1
to the following schedule: and should 1! be served most of the says Ida has announced that the LIb- Fort Matanzaa, Florida,
Gainesville Shows how many are two main reasons for the pigs been a SpanW
+ time. When a prepared cereal Is berty party state convention here understood to have
q : Sat, Oct. 1-Florida Farm birds I had at the beginning topping the market: they were TallahasseeFor the first time is found to sno
r served, hot milk be used. October 3, expects to see fort. Nothing
; News and Hints. Farm Editorial may represen- In history of Florida State Collegefor
the how I of free of I
year many disposed worms and they were of that that fort or the site of
Cocoa occasionally made with tatives or their proxies from every ,
Snapshots.Mon. Women members of the fresh-
each month, how many eggs I fine quality and the size which the United SUUn
k whole milk, toast muffins bacon, county. This meeting was ad- was ever-occupied by
Oct. Handling Citrus sold, prices received, amount of market prefers.To men class will live this year In 1 1I
and all add warmth to the journed from September 6, when forces for military purposes.
f to Prevent Loss in Transit-E. F, eggs feed purchased and prices paid' dormitories apart from the upper- built the- southern end o
meal. storm was on
tropical dele-
DeBusk. Spraying for Citrus for it, and other expenses and re- control flea-hoppers on celery warnings kept classmen. Jennie Murphree and I Anastasia Island by the Spaniard! *
Whitefly and Scale-J. R. Watson. Supper ,should be planned with ceipts. So that I know just whereI I use some of the pyrethrum gates from distant points ,away Reynolds hall have been designated -!I after the bombardment b

Tues., Oct. 4 Fumigation to the noon meal in mind. If the stand in the poultry business. spray. as official freshmen halls, and directly In June, 1741. The

@ Control Corn Weevils-J. R. Wat- child carries a lunch at noon, particular "Years ago I didn't keep any rec Jacksonville A presidential are now filled to capacity with Ant maintained Oglethorpe lieutenant In con

A son. Farm Question Box. emphasis needs to be ords. I just sold eggs and bought TRAIN SCHEDULE: candidate who advocated "beer on' year girls. It Is expected that the mand there a while the English at

Wed., Oct. Growing Annual placed upon vegetables at night.' feed and supplies and other thingsfor Our schedule changes Sunday, every' corner" drew a suspended freshmen hall project will make ter Its garrisoned the for

+ r +' Flowering Plants-John V. Wat- Two vegetables besides potatoes the farm Sometimes I didn'thave I May 22nd and trains will run as sentence last week after convictionon for better class and college spirit, under the capture command, of a sergesfl''
t r p.+ kins. Primer for Town Farmers. should be served dally. One of' enough money with which I follows: a charge of drunk and disorder and will be of great aid in assisting mWtor
fort had particular
? Thurs., Oct. October Farm these may be served at noon or to buy feed, and Gus tried to tell 1 No. 1 Southbound local due ly conduct The candidate, Henry I the freshmen to serious study.St. and was no early allowed t

Jobs and How to Do Them-J. both may be Included in the night; me that the chickens were not Starke, 10.09: p. m. Hayssen of Lake City, recently, fall history Into ruin.

P' Francis Cooper. Fattening Steers meal. In addition to these, eggs profitable. I started keeping records No. 11, Southbound local, due withdrew from the race and said I II I. Petersburg-Roughtly estimating _

1 C in the Field-W. J. Sheely. meat or meat substitutes, and showed him that the Starke 9:20: a. m. he favored the candidacy of Qov that it will cost the city "We farmers of Florida have IV

Fri, Oct. 7-Winter Cover Crop fruit or a simple dessert bread'j' chickens did pay. No. 107 Southbound limited, due Franklin D. Roosevelt.TallahasseeCharging. around $50,000 to make badly: to come back to sane, lived!

Experiments. D. Warner. County will make a nourishing "Of course, if they had not been Starke 10:27: a. m. needed repairs along the whole home farming," says Spuds John\

f Agents Demonstrate Value of The child's diet should contain: paying it would have been up to No. 2 Northbound local, due that the length of the underpinning struc son.

:' k. ("r Cover Crops-J. Lee Smith. I Foods to build, such as milk, me to do one of two things. Either Starke 6:19: a, m. city of St. Petersburg had defied ture of the recreation pier City
v i At 9.45 each morning the FlorIda No. 12. Northbound local due a supreme court writ In appropriating Manager W. M. Cotton charged feed con
I eggs, cottage and ,other cheese, I would have had to cull and feed Why should farmers
t ; In Home Period by the Home fish, meat and chicken. so that the chickens would be Starke 3:31: p; m. $7,300.000 for payment that the conditions which MayorH. weevils? Fumigate with carbon"*

'!' Demonstration Agent will be on Foods to regulate the internal profitable, or else I would have had No. 108 Northbound limited due of bond Interest and principal, at- W. Adams, Jr., and Councilman sulphIde 1 pound to 100 cubic tef

';' the air. activities of the body, such as to dispose! of them.: But the rec- Starke 6:01 p. m. torneys representing a group of Glenn :Miller found on an Inspection of tightly closed bin space.

vegetables, fruits and milk. ords would have shown exactly Starke and Wannea 101 leaves bondholders presented a demurrer trip there with the managerand
It's cheaper to plant Austrian Starke 7.00 to the city recent writ of mandamus City Engineer Frank O. Lee
Foods to stimulate growth and where the birds were from the : a. m.
; 'l peas and vetch In October than 'promote health, such as milk, to- standpoint of profit and loss." No. 102 arrives 2:40: p. m. requiring levy of $1,700- this morning are due> to "faculty uddir Skins
payment of past due and
to fertilizer
buy spring. matoes, cabbage, carrots; spinach, Now, at the beginning' of the fall Cloning of Stalls maturing bond Interest:' design" and miserable construc I

oranges and lemons. egg-laying season Is a good time South tion. TadeAwaljrf
di In Florida little Italian -
sunny a Foods to provide sufficient energy to start keeping' records on poul No. 11 Parcel -'
post Monday
Chipley A collision be-
]r will keep the lawn
rye grass the
green Tampa -Visiting RinglingMuseum
for all the activities of the ;
try around the
Wednesday and FrIday 9.09: a. m.
all his own automobile and an-
winter. Sow It during October. Art School at Sarasota
S ,
child, such as breads, sweets, car first of the year Is a good time to No. 107 Letters, special deliveryand other came near being fatal to
Mrs. John Potter observed of
1 eals and I begin keeping records on other special handling parcels, 10:10a. : Council Smith of use
J Tampa $30,000 butter.Anna Chipley. Not
hosiery mill to nude models. It was announcedlast
_ S be built here soma Sikes. I farming activities. m. .. that he was hurt In the wreck', but week that Southern College,
-- North the driver of the other shot
car a Methodist school: has dissolvedall
r e No. 12, Parcel post and letters, Smith three times during an argu- connection with the Southern 44;
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
ment that followed the minor accl- CotlegeRlngllngMuseum Art

-MILITANT-MARY 3:13: p. m. ? den. Smith was taken to a Do- School extension branch here. Ludd

No. 108 Letters, special deliveryand than Ala., hospital where his con- )(. Spivey, president of SoutherDCollel'e if

tG special handling parcels, 5:40p. : dition Is not regarded as serious. at Lakeland will continueas
My.poor.deJucledyouth blear
m. Dull.. drab eomplexlons.!
head of the art school but the
I fwrote Night mall ..clo e at 6:10: p. m.: Lakeland-Gov. Doyle It Carlton students will go back to Lakeland ishes and those annoying oefei-

No. 1. due at 10:59 p. m.; No. 2, and John Rlngling will be the principal where there are no nude models, Duappear..as your skin dssumd of s
th15Mteen'yeor3s due at 6:19: a. m.
speakers at the
Belt opening- It was announced. smooth, delicate appearance
R, A.' AOQ- Starke A' Branch ercises of the Rlngling Art School, exquisite Beauty. This new chdr"'
4 Mall closes, 7:00: a. m. which will be held at the John and : Gainesville...:An Important national Is NOW start to'r

t 1.top<}'fo('$oJ7)e r Mall arrives, 2:40: p. m. Mable Ringllog Art- Museum In research project Is to be yours

+ Blue Bm Schedule Sarasota, October 3, ai 10 a. m., centered at the University of RIENT4L

i greot'orrow' OMY Dally, effective Jan. 1, 1932. Dr. Ludd M. Splvey, president of Florida through action of the r

t GROPING Northbound 5.03: a m., 1:59: p. Southern College and director of American Pharmaceutical asaocla- REAM

m.. 4:89 p. m., 8:19: p. m. the Rlngling school: has announced. ton, it was announced last week
SOUL WILL SHE RULES THE WAVES: tUta. Madiaon. MnMtona Southbound-9:34: m., 12:34: p. by President John J. Tlgert A '
4 ; aa.FuMy1 Otjnnplc swimmer, who broke th. world's recoctf for die 400 meter 4:34 12OO snas
r nv. p. m., : a. m. $1000 fellowship for research in ,
dfettnc for U shown
GROW'' women streaktac
trough the water at Lo 'TIckets and' Information Tallahassee... nd,04rariRL41F.t
Angela Ill JlftPU'adoa few the na&. ,Sb Is credited with almost at of the sU rug extraction under the supervision *
(1 eery ncotIII poaatbte for a woiva to achieva, Smith's Service Station next tocourtho. convicts who escaped: recently of Dr. W. J. Husa of the.university's NSsMM

!( ._ ...... from. prison camp at Xndlantown, college of pharmacy I

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I,n\\. SEPTB T3KIt_30 _1932 BRADFOKH COUNTY TEt.P.OfttATAnR: ?, FT.OIHT PAGE' BEvr.s: I '
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; Preaching services at 11 a. m., Mr. Geo W. Kenly. Violin solo by West Palm Beach -- First Bap- (Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court. I Kect l ,t1- 5. Immediately upon the 'i )'
Bradford Florid ratification of thin ami-iidnirnt,, the '
and 7:30: County
p. m. Miss Anita Courtmanch. tied church plans erection of new ,.9-61-10-7 [ county commtaeloner of the 0".5 L
editi Mid-week! services Wednesday 6:30: p. m. Christian Endeavor. edifice to cost about $75,000. .r"1 I cnuntlrn of this tate. hall. H, i
evening at 7:30 m. NO"'I('''} OK. Kl.KCTIOV vide tholr. respective cotmtle in'u, ,
p. "How Does
Topic. the of
Teaching '
five cotnvnlMaloner. dIstricts, to be eSh 1. ii
C. of G. Y. P. E. Friday eve- 'Jesus Change Business" Leader McNeai--Midway Lumber Co's of Bradford. County numbered. respectively from on. > B t

ning at 7:30: p. m. Miss EsteUe Kendrlck.: $100,000 hardwood mill recently To of the the Sheriff State' of PlorlJn] : shell five be lnclutve a*. nearly., and an. poaiilble each dlatft equal: ( .

We will say as David of old, 7:30: p. m. Evening worship, constructed here. operating. Be It Known. That I, R. A. (mAYSecretary In provorlton to population, and, .
feet and light unto tk Ptalm 119:105. Stat.Florida of
nTworTb aTamp "V my p : "Come behold the work of the and of State. of the thereafter there hall. be In each otHiich t
song sermon. do hereby give notice that aJRNKHAL dliitrlcta a county commlaHloner. L
All religious teaching doctrine Lord." Pea 46:8.: Prayer meeting Wednesday at IPtl'UL: MAHTKIVS BAL.H ( KI.KOTION who ehall be elected bv the qualified '
Under and by virtue of that will 1 lie held In Bradford County,
certain '
We hear elector of said county' at the
creed U they are to hive any claim David again with his 7:30 p. m.Please final decree of the Circuit Court State of Florida en Tueedar next time: and place of voting for; other L ,
love, loyalty and devotion of the people, must be in harmony with broad invitation "Come and heal notice that beginning October made, and entered goptembor 19th, succeeding the fIrst Monday In No- county officer/ and shall hold his ftj. f//'
tthe echingi of Jesus the Christ whom words fit into every fold and crevice all ye that fear God and I will declare 1, all evening services are 1933 In the cause of Joseph E. WIUMon vember.. A. D. 1931. the said Tuesday oltloe! for four yearn: provided however
and of whom it said in John 7:46 "NEVER MANLIKE a. Liquidator for Bradford b.t'fllV' that the county commissioners. ,g
heart, was what he PAV
human hath done for my one-half hour earlier.A County nauk. a Corporation Plain r OF NOVTCMBKn elected In the general election. In 't L
jjE TillS MAN. souL" Psa. 66:16.: cordial invitation to all our tiff v.. J. H. hitch and Isabel hItch For United State Senator from 1992: from the even numbered dU- ,,
hi. wife, .t al. Drfendnnta. I will offer the State of Florida for six :year. trlcta, shalL serve for two year. and ,
p&itors of Bradford and Union counties are Invited to u ej this dos Now we are sending out this services! extended to all.METhODIST for ale and will sell to the I front March 4. 1933 thnae. from the odd numbered dl- t
for new of church activities, organization and announceSpace Invitation as we hear Paul with his a i hlithent and bent Milder for each For .v.n (7) Preildentlal Elector flIrts ehall. serve for four year, andthereafter 9 ,' I
111 the following deiicrlhed land at the *. the termn shall be fouryeara. ,
and no charge made-the only requirement
freely given thundering words to the Romans REVIVAL In Conarrea..
front door of the Court Oboes In For Representative The power. dutle and compensation e L
tJrt that such Item reach thin oClce before Wednesday morning "For there Is no respect of person Htarke, Bradford County, within theIeat State of Florida at large, In the of Much county oatnmla '% ',
.lirioa cannot be handled for current I hour*. of Hale. on Monday. Oc. Seventy-fourth Congress of the United .loner* shall be prescribed by law. i
they _ _
,,---- with God. Rom. 2:11.: So praise Evangelist Gus Klein Memphis, toher 3rd. 1931 land" described a* State.. -

itle tlnue thou in the things which the Lord we can say as Moses of Tenn, who is conducting a revivalat follow, and towlfJLylnff .: In Ylradforil For Reprenenatlva. Dlatrlct. of of the the SecondConareelonal Stateof A JOINT RTCSOLUTION ProposIng %' :

thou hast learned and hast been old "Come with us and we will do the Methodist church with Rev. State of Floilda helm known and county doiKinbed -- Florida" In the ReventyFourthCongress .an Amendment. tn Section S and to q4t LL

SUNDAY 8CHOOI. assured of: The holy scriptures thee good." Mum 10:19.: W. F. Jones, arrived Tuesday an lota one (1). two (S), of the United State. Section' 4 of of Article Florida' V Relating of the Constitution to I L .1
I three (8), four (4). five (5), Six (8). Fur Governor of the State of Flor ,
LESSON which are able to make thee wise The destrloua pastor, morning and will preach one week .even (1), ten (10), eleven (II), hiT Judiciary HKSOLVEI Department.BR !' 1'
ida.For I, BY THIS f.KOI"LATITHH ,3 e
unto salvation through faith whichis R. F. Klrkland.PRESBYTERIAN through Monday October 3rd. .Services twelve ((11)). thirteen (H) and fourteen Secretary of State of the OF THE STATE OF L/L L
(14), of Block I to State of Florida.
S each day at 10 a. m. and according KIX RIDAThat : e' L
in Christ Jesus. All scripture Is General of the
OCTOBER 2, 1932 the plat of Temple' Addition to the For Attorney the following\ amendment toSection ?i'L'
FOR 7:30 m. town of Htarke recorded In Book State of Florida.For .,4
profitable for doctrine, for reproof p. 1 and to Section' 4 ot Article ,
O of deed on 838 In lieu of Comptroller of the State of
Dr. Jones invites the pnire ot
cordially V of the Constitution of the State
for correction for instruction in
Subject: The Christian's Devot- righteousness." Earnest prayer is Services Sunday October 2, as whole town to join in this revival. pint of U 'the of" :.a.t.R: land and, recorded 805 of the Inbook I Florida For ,Troaiurer ot the State of .Flm. ''Ida b... and the i name I I. hereby L d
...I..e.1 to. and shall he submitted to / \
follows record of Bradford Florida.
ilLife.jjlden public County
In and never in vain. Prayer brings us I : ,I a Florida Block I In the firm.. mentioned Superintendent. of Public tn- the elector. of the State ot Floridaat i 1,
Text: "Grow grace I
10 T. S. Tallahassee the next general election to beheld
a. m. Sunday school Paving underway Florida.For .
Into God's strength and plat beIng the came land. truction of the Htate of
the knowledge of our Lord andor Williams acting supt. on about one mile of roadway thru the land. deaci Ibeil In the original Commissions. of Agriculture first' on Monday the first In November Tuvartay after 1932 the for '3 I Iratification f' ,
Christ." 2 Peter 3:18.: peace. plat a. lying' In Block 10 (twenty), of the State' of Florida. ,
Jesus 11 a. m. Morning worship sermon of Florida State Collegefor or rejection. C
campus .
being all of aald "Mock twenty <20). For Three Justices of the SupremeCourt .
on Text: Matt. 6:5-15: ; 2 SEVENTH DAY ADVKNTIST by the pastor. Theme, "The Women here. now known d.. Block I. except lots of the State' of Florida.For .. Section' consist 1.. ot The seven Supreme. (n Jostled.Courtnail t.' ',
eight nine I it) In the Northeltet One Railroad Coiumlimlonerof
31417.: (8) ( the L 1'fle.l
aothy I Great Invitation. The sacramentof corner of sold block, accordingto the State. of Florida.For I who ahall be elected by quail-

Ve aJit to the text, 1 Psalm, 8. Of what does the Kingdom of the Lord's Supper will be cele- Leesburg-Beyers Funeral home the lines of the original plat. state Senator for Fifteenth placet elector' ) ot of voting the' .tataat for member the timeand ot : ; ,

.*s 1, 2.tactical. God consist? "For the Kingdom brated. Special music. Baritone being remodeled at cost of about Thin the lath day ot September, Senatorial. District of the State of the 1 leHTlMlnture.1 The term ot office I 't t,
A. D.) im. Florida.
LbU Truth of Lesson: There of God is not meat and drink: but j solo "Forever With the Lord" by $3,000.PROGRAIH. FLOYD ORE N.. For One member of the Ilonen. ofU'preeoitatIv.s of The each t'rms Justice of office shall of be the*lx Six yeaiH..I.e't, L '
the Special Waiter In of the State of Flor-
we meditate upon scrip- Chanc..ry.8.IO.at880. t
l righteousness, and peace and joy tines now constituting the Supreme y
natural does I ida. Court shall not be affected by this I ..,
the more pray- :
a, in the Holy Ghost." Rom. 14:17.: for;: County Judge. amendment. Ihelr. uccaor hall
Kherllf. L Lie
xcome.utroduetlon 9. In what does love mani- elected. In the ame manner and. 'fr
way TAX 1)KKHlit For Clerk of the Circuit Court
\ : We have for this at the sum.. time and place. ... vs. tf L
fest iteslf "Love suffereth long Nt>lIco hereby. given that Oeo.. For County Assessor ot Taxe niilred by the Constitution before. 't 4j'
jter one of the series of less and is kind; love envleth not; love OP TilE NEW RIVER BAPTIST ASSOCIATION r'. White' ., holder ot Tax Certlflcnte : For Tax Collector, of thin amendment I'pon' the ratifiest .
For Superintendent
,, In which we range over the No. I4A, 7th day of July A. 1). into, County. of tills iimnndment It hull be ,,
vaunteth not itself, Is not puffedup h". filed Bald In office/ Public truction. .
Sixty-First Session to lie Held With the Raiford cettlflcnte my the duty nf thn Iron to appoint t
the most
Bible studying For I
irt and made application for tax deed to : Counly Survevor. .
does not behave itself unseemly : \ one additional( Justice of the t414u1)l'CflO
rtant on the most Issue I thereon In accordance. wIth For five County CommI.sIott.rs.For Court hold office ij
find he shall ,
passages Church October 12th and 13th 1932 fe
not its is not Three Member of the County ,
seeketh own, provoked | law. Sold' certificate embrace. the front the dote. of his appointment
rtant themes. taketh not account of eviL" i following" di'iicrlbed property eltuat- Bonn! of I'ubllo Instruction.For until Tuesday .after the first t U }
12th .
"'i begin with the first Psalm Wednesday, October i ed !In Itiadford county, Florida. to- Justine of the Peace In and Mondav, In Januuiy, \1835 and nhoseMiicceHxitr t ''
1 Cor. 13:4: 5. for the following Just leu L'I.trlch.
wlt, be elected
Khali ntthe
,ell emphasizes the delight in 10. What does God's gentle 10:00: A. M. Devotion by ______ Rev. G. P. Raymond :' Km' of NRli lees. 18 acre on W. \1..i "general. election. In 1984 to hold office 1,,':,, l.
which a Christian feels; lde. of flu III. lirauch Section 80Tl No. One. .
er of si lx
) for H term year healnnlnir I il
shall not know the real ness do for us? "Thy gentlenesshath 10:30.: Welcome Address by ___Praetor J. L. Norris >, 7, 8. It SI K. No. Two. Tuesday after the first MondayIn t
we made me great. Psa. 18:35.: The amieiiHmeiit. of said property No. Klght. Januniy., 10.16 and thereafter the eet I4ILL
jilng of prayer if we got to Itrely show 11 ::00. ,Association! Sermon______Dr. C. M. Brittain under the nalcl certificate Imtueil wan. For ConntnMe In and for the following Biiona. .*orw, of the justice of the Supreme .. t'' :
11. What spirit should we In the name of CheHley) Vntcit Justice District! vln.i
of cotilt shall he e loo tori at the ,
from duty mere-
a sense
toward others? "And the servantof 12 ::00. Refreshments. Unless, nald certificate. shall i pe redeemed No, One, general election next preceding. the il L'L
111 a formal and perfunctory according to law tax, deed No. Two expiration of their term of office ,3. i4
The Christian longs for the the Lord must not strive; but 1:30: P. M. Devotion by ______________ L..L. Conner will lumie. thereon on the 10th day No. Eight respectively except' In case of an v'
y. be gentle unto all men" 2 Tim. of Ortolier., A. D. 19SSPated In Tntlmony\ Whereof I have hereunto election to ,,fill an unexplred term of 3tt9 i,1ttI '
eet hour of -prayer, sweet hour 2:24. 1:50.: Roll Call of Churches, reading of Letters. this 8th day of September, set my hand and affixed theGreat a Just ice whoa term. of office may t 4
: A, l>, 1932. Seal. of (he State of Florida
him have become
that calls from arid vacant.Section
prayer 12. What does the goodness of 2:30.: Election of Officers. O W. ALDERMAN. .t Tallahassee. the Capital! this the 4. The Supreme. Court may Ufr' 04.
of care. In prayer he finds the (Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court flrat day: of September A. D 1B3JSMAL hear consider and determine causes. .
do "Or thou
God. ?
desplsest Petitions.
(clef from all his sorrows, guld- 2:45.: Communications and i Bradford County, Florida.. ( ; ) n. A. GRAY anti exeiulHtt. all its power and juriMillittlnn .t U 1.iI lb
riches of His goodness and for- lj-O-St-10-7. Secretary of .a. K single body In which tt'15
3:00. Visitors invited to seats. :
a in all his perplexities, : To Kon W. J. III.
bearance and long-suffering not Sta''r rune a majority of the member of ,&t1Ct
; '
.Ii''TloN 1"01\ .
*nUi for all his tasks com 3:10. of Committees. NOTICe: OF APPI ; Bradfon' ) JC.p".r"l\n. the court shall constltut. a. ql.lo..ulnfur
in all his loneliness, knowing that the goodness of God : Appointment TAX DICIOII I 998t4.NO the dlsbatch" of business. or It .tttt.ii ((153.

nlonahip leadeth thee to repentance?" Rom. 3:20.: Report on Home MissionsRev. F. M: Taylor Notice In hereby "given, that (hen. 'riCW OF may'' .,xerclsa .It* power and Jurisdiction
of all his .
jtveness power R White, Certificate In two division, under such
lust all his temptations and a 2:4.: 3:50.: Report on Aged Ministerial Relief-L. G. Hem No. tr.thC ..rato13:. A. ., the legtulatur of 1911 regulation. .. may he determined by
13. How should we treat those I). 1930, haa filed .said certificate In under the constitution. of 1886, nl the Court: Much] division. shall conMlet -
tAy growth in all the ways of who have "Dearly ingway. my office and made application for the State of Florida did pa.. two of three member of the court '
life. If we do not love wronged us tax deed, to issue. thereon In accord Joint Resolutions proposing amendment and the Clilef, Justice who shall by
happy beloved avenge not yourself, but 4:00. Report on Ophanage________ Rev. C. A. Crosby ance with law 8ald certificate embrace to the oonetltutlon of the virtue of hi. position. a* Chief Justice I
let, we shall not pray or pray rather unto wrath for the following)! described atat. of Florida and the name were be a member of each division
lay purpose. give place ; 4 ::30. Adjournment. property situated\ In Uiadford coun :rrrld to by a vote three-fifth and the Judgment of either. Divisionconcurred
it Is written, vengence Is mine: I'' Florida, towltiUH member .10 th each In by all\ the member of
rhls i first Psalm is a picture of will salth the Lord There: Thursday October 13th tYN of 8W% & N"j of SHIM A. tIn houae; that. the vote on laid Joint uch IMvlalnn Khali be the Judgment. L
godly life with its happiness repay A N13! Corner of HVVVt of Hf4' UcHolutlon were entered. upon theirreepactive of the court. The concurrence of a,
fore if thine enemy hunger feed, 1(014 of SniH except a A In 8VV Corner Journal' with the :yea majority of the member of the '7
against the ungodly life with its him; if be thirst, give him drink; !' 9:45: A. M. Devotion by ____________ C. II.; Hunter 8dO. 18, Tp 7 H It. 21 1']. and nay thereon, and they did determine court shall be, necessary to a deols. .
content. Education-Rev. The HUHaimment of aald propertyunder and direct that the aald Ion and Judgmeat of I the court,
for In so doing thou shalt heap 10:00.: Report on Christian C. A. the mild certificate laeued wa Joint IteeolutIon be gubmttted to whether. the court I I. sitting In two
This Psalm indicates the place coals of fire on his head." Rom. In the name of Cheeley Fo... the elector or the elate at the Oen.erel division. or when acting a* a single
the scriptures in the devotion- Crosby. Unl.... ald certificate shall be re- Election In November, 193)9.) body.
12: 19 20. deemed. according; to law tax deed NOW, TllKllBFOUR\ 1, R A. Gray All capital case. all case Involving
lift. Tie two have always been 14. How does faith determine 10 ::30. Report on State Missions-Rev. G. .]?. Ray- will lemiue thereon on the 10th day Secretary of State of the State of the determination of state j iJ

lied> together. The godly man mond. of October. A. I>. 1081 Florida, do hem, give notice trial or federal constitutional question
with God? "But with
with the divine Book our standing Dated this 8th day of September, a and curio. other case alt may be directed -
tI apart out faith it is impossible to please 11:00. Report Foreign :l\Iissions-Rev. L. G. Hem A. D. 1f/3I. OKIVKHAI. RLKCTIO1V by sling its sacred pages he soon on O W. ALDERMAN! will be held In each. county In Florida by the court acting a. a single :
Him for he that cometh to God
; (Seal Clerk of Tuenday next euccaedlng the
lj material for and ingway. ) Circuit Court on bodv. tLj
praise pray. must believe that He is and that Bradford County. FloridaNOTICH first Monday In November A. U, The: Chief Justice shall preside
(for contrition and for petitions He is a rewarder of them that 11 :30. Report on Brotherhood Work-J. T. Quigley a.fI-at.IO., 1833. the Hald. Tuday. being the over each Division and over tie
forgiveness. It is quite Impos- ., .1IUIIT. I,AV OK NOVniMIIKH court acting I a* a single body and
diligently seek Him." Heb. 11:6.: 12:00.: Roll Call of Churches Continued. OF APPLICATION: FOIl for the ratification or rejection of when the Chief Justice I I. disqualified l -
t, to be a man of with TAX the said Joint 1 .
prayer 15. How does God regard the ItKKlt Resolutions proposing or I I. absent or la disabled from
t being a man of the Bible or a 12:15. Refreshments. Notice In hereby riven, that Oeo. amendment to the Constitution of any cause the Justice
meek and quiet spirit? "Whose r!. White, holder of Tax Certificate the State of Florida visa ot service present: and .tql.r.iJ:

n of the Bible without being a I adorning let it be the hidden 1:30 Devotion by ___________________ II. H. Lewis No.has 231, 7lh. day of July A. D. 1930 shall preside over the entire oourt
a of The two duties filed saId certificate In my of- A JOINT: RESOLUTION Proponing to and each dlvllon thereof until the k
prayer. man of the heart even the 1 ::50. Report on B. Y. P. U. Federation____C. R. Neal fice and made application for tax Amend Section. ft of Article 5 of disability of the Chief Justice 1 I.
"It i Is not
privileges are one. deed to Issue thereon the .
ornament of a meek and quiet spirit In accordance Conetltutlon of the state of removed
Bible 2:15. J. with law. Staid certificate embrace Florida. Relating to County Corn. The votes ....t In compliance with L 'I
ugh to read the as awe which is in the sight of God of : Report on Temperance__________ T. Quigley the following described property mlloner said proponed amendment, and the

(7- must come to it with de.ht" great price. 1 Peter 3:3: 4. 2:45.: Report on W. M. U. Work. situated In Bradford. county Klor- BW IT HMHULVRD: BY TUB LTCOITS.LATURW canvass. declaration. and return
Ida. : OF Till! STATW OFFIXMIIDA thereof shall he subjected to the
2ribes 3:10.: Report of Finance Committee and Association- w H ot'iWU* Section 10 Tp. 7 8. n. I same regulation and restriction a.
e first Psalm, verses 1 and CHURCH OF GOD SI R. That section S of Article t of the are provided "by generalelections
the man or woman of al Treasurer. The annemment. nf said, property Ciinxtltntlnn of the State of Florida' In h..t 't.wOr''j'fln ..
under the said certificate. issued wa relating. to county commlaNfoner. be IN THHTIMONKY WHEREOF .
iyer, "Blessed is the man that You are cordially invited to attend 3:30: Our Honored Dead. In the name Iketh not in the counsel of the ... said certificate ahall bo redeemed amend.d I I. agreed to and shall my hand and affixed the
standeth in the each and every service of the 4:00.: Report of Nominating Committee and. Reso according? to law, tax deed he submitted to the elector of the Great. Heal of the State nf
od1y, nor way Church of God at Saxton. will Uimue, thereon on the loth day State of Florida at the general election (SEAL) Florida at Tallahassee,
embers nor' aitteth in the seat lution. Of October A. D. 132. nf Representative to be held In I the Capital. this the lot
tile scornfuL But his delight Sunday school every Sunday at 'ts Hated this 8th day of September, 1932: for approval or rejnotlon. Said day of August. A. I>. 1932
10 o'clock a. m. 4 ::30. Adjournment. i i"THE ;: A. I>. 18811. Section. B of Article 8. a* amended, R. A. GRAY.
ffl the law of the Lord; and in L o W. ALDEHMAN, hall read a* follow! < .-.-UtU8.er ; of state.ByChaesfcManu .

law doth he medldate day and -- -

It.e"first printed passage in toft MAIN THING ON MAINSTREET" By, L. F. V'Zelm ;nl .

.__ __ ____
lesson Is taken from the '

trmon on the Mount in which 1Jnity} Jhtzz! GOT A CU3AQI G(1@( P -i. :- 'IIII-IO'> TIo4E ME' I KIND OF A HE LIKES To CALL THAT'S > lnjh
disciples "kIN BIO'W IT' :: 1 SlTf IS? YIN CHEAP : Jffl
lo4Ellt NAME U
>J, "When thou prayest thou NOW SEAT I A4Evlirz\ : EMS TO fl FIRST
lit t U
not be the I -JuST HANGS
as hyprocrites y OFF WORK
NEtt/SRAPEC! :1 Ct1Ol KE =
>: for they love to pray stand- I THE CTOQe' MAIN '6l' } MIUE r ABOUND -rgylti'0 YEn BEST F'I2IEND ME YESTIDDYJI

In the synagogues and in the MIKG\ ? 9' t L_ GET CHUMMY CHEAP SAP filft- "Me "' _
merl of the streets that they L-r- : EVERYONE HE'5 ALWA'19 MES6E HECOULDN'T a L

7 be seen of men. Verily. I say GUSTS MAIN ST. ) lI ( ThAT SEE J L

to you they have their reward. \rf.;; -.. IUNDLE I00 VEQY WELL L ,

't thou when thou prayest, en- ,$ .':, ",, L '

Into thy closet and when thou IF ONE HAS HO ,VISIBLE< -. I a

t shut thy door, pray to thy .,t..' ,
net .
which Is In secret; and thy ,
''tier which seeth in secret shall l4) HI GAUTEEI & I a

rd thee openly. But when ye CUSPEI"IDEI2S" e ceo MEOWF _

y use not vain repetitions as TAlttL'% A? A msTerrr

heathen do: for they think TO MAIM 4TOEET.! ,

t they shall be heard for their MAIN sreeET insistsON "
: -
h ipeaklng. Be not ye there- _,
like ,
unto him: for your Fath- 211
knoweth what things ye haveof LIFE'S HlSTOHY &: EVEtIIEN.'You

before' ye ask him." MAY MOT

It those days men sat to teach GET ITS O. $K.' ,.!,.. M51W5\ !: a.--.-- 'Lf..." 2 r _

a stood up to pray. If the real .-

prossed tad purpose by beautiful of prayer words can it I DOROTHY DARNIT : ,)

r be well to use them, but al ,

utlfui learned prayer may be, I LUP'1 NOW TO-DAY.I HAD OYSTERS. I THEN i HAD CELERY CORN ,- I4II __ __
often is, worthless. Neither I F-I EAT VlY | YES WHAT DO }



J IeIIII thill gave a sample prayer I ; CEEtJI4IZJ ( WITH MUSH ROOMS ANDONIONS I CHAMPAGNEO L-- -y YOURS' E1THE( e :r ___

manner D1J
therefore I
pray % A
Father which art in Heav- :, OR A LIAR.k .
Hallowed '-#' _
be Thy name. Thy __
come.: Thy Will be done In VOU ; y.r

IIIJa as It is In Heaven. Give EAT IT ALL? L

day our daily bread. And
Ua our debts as we for-

Our debtors Aad lead WI Dot>

mPtation. but deliver us I \ _

_it."\il; for thine is the kingdom. I 4&Ji

"11I4111.Power." and the glory, for 1 ,


And Spirit the rSOQ of that to!! praying in I .--/ '\ / \ ? ,z\1

is form are set I / _
w 'f'IIea 11 iS of the lesson I $
for(1 '. men their tre. I I : fZ

I your her -enly Father. will F : I J : _
'gi,, _
no5 you r But U ye forgive I -

Jour w Father forrr yvur I j.
u4M u/ '
-Ill tc.i: _
wrote to Timothy '. e""1. '"'C",'&till& ,
"CooI I _ _

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Bradford; imately ten years longer than the Starke Tel 'ffrph. Sure we should BOARD OF-' FLORIDA. a ove specified ; --;:; --
? Telegraph ,",
1I County Bv T Button Seville, Chairman
Vat *
II average person. but the government might possiblyget Attest: J. V Knapp, State Veterinarian Such' lime a.lhr1 I''1" 1)?

Maybe You'veHeard along somehow without taking '-30 *t1014KTOTICM Saimitary Board. of Fi0 Llv. 81"",
Established 1877 '
Holy Rollers up and roll. away all we make in various newfangled if r continue dlppt7lg In 'oi 13' 'hall.,

It But And other Churches shout taxes.-Bronson Journal. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: ED IINfOHPJoH"Dy\)the' $ U, ASDI.U II.. '

MEM.BERLORIDA It ,. Pilgrims walk for miles and miles -- Node Is hereby frlven. that on the tary Board of VforVdi' <''"rk to"I ,
3rd day of A. O. 1)S2, of "'
September September;
A. r. isi" lid .
> d
(Unless! they have the gout). Good Advise. the Stat Live Stock Sanitary Board STATM! LIVE HTOCK uSi :

ff PRESS ASSOCIATION \ Savage tribes chant songs and It la said that a Redding father of the Srate. nf Florida In regular I 'RnAltD OF FIJI 1" 1T 41
; \ :'
Jt'. too bad you weren't downtown meeting assembled, acting pursuantto By T. Sutton herlik 'HID"
dance bounced a worthless lounge lizard and In accordance. with Chapter Attest: .J. V. Knel'll, ( ': ...
1032 0 last Thursday night You To quiet their awful ffcars recently who had been paying con- 9201. Act of the Legislature of the arlan. 'ftst. \\1.'"
L '" might have got a laugh out of the Htat. nf Florida, of the year 1913, Bli: IT FUUTIUn:
But their }
14I Quakers save energy siderable attention to his daughter. that REsoLr
:: and each
[} J :. adopted pan* d the following and every I'
big: sedan that rolled through town And add on extra years.T Then he gave the young lady Borne resolution: corporation ho is. now. 1'.re.1I" : ....
with a bored looking Shetland Rr' lutloKWTIICRRAS. after be the Owner, ia h"
sound advice, about as follows: !: the tate Live Stock person In charge. 'u.to<" II
: Published Weekly Fridays and Entered as Second Class I pony peering out from a crate "That honey boy averaged 50c "Sanitary'. Board of the Stat of Florida mules, horses. a...??,of o, any e a"',
3 on tied on the rear bumper. A dog acting pursuant. to and In aocoi mal which Tr. or other a'
L Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida that cannot be left borne is bad 'oo /Late 1 a week on you, and here's a dollarto 'dance with Chapter 9201, Act of tick.to Infestation with' may catll bo nib
take Its place. Every time he the Legislature of 1923 has heretofore (Marg.ropu" Anll"Ir.\ ftl
enough, but when a Shetland l resolution which are \ I)
/ p- >y duly adopted by now or I

E.'S. Matthews ________________.____ Owner,! and Publisher pony gets lonsesome real complications 'c3o ator called; your he cleaned;mother out will the see refiger-that said. Board part of placed Union under County quarantinethat lying tory within, b*the and above they may d aiY"".rlb.d h h.rob''.aft':',"

arise.[ elassif i ialenel" aouth of a line running between quired to dip '
I J. C. Robinson _______________________ Managing. Editor ) your brother does that in the fu Sectional IS and 88. 26 and 36. 27 mules assea-or all other such.COllie',,' ho"
4 tare He kept you up late at night; and St, 211 and 33. 2ft and 32, anA 30and In f rom and ", wl,
It is incidents[ like the above By RUSSELL KAY sister la and here. 31 Township B South Range 18. first dlppln/dute or ai.heduled ""* t
fl SUBSCRIPTION RATE londe Pnu Aaiociatio your baby cross 19 and 2O East. and that part of .-. that I I., to a *. ;""
however, that make hours otreetcornerslttlng after you will let the baby do this Bradford County lying we.. t of fourteen days fro In the say liilb :lh
: ? Yearly $1.50; Six Months 75c-Payable In Advance seem a little for He took possession of the Range line between Ranges 19 and October A. D. 1
I don't know who the guy was you. 20, and that part of Columbia county of the official dlpjtfn "vat, or n
Advertising Rates on Application less futile. most comfortable rocker, but when lying east of Stat Road No. 2 In the above .li...dulf as d.roc
that Invented the term "Gentle .h..11
; c you look at that rocker in the future and south of Township! line between most convenient for the, ba..
Reader," ,but all I got to say is, Townships 6 and 6, and that part todlan or person In charge Owner' *'
,. Many thanks to Walter Win: it won't be empty to bring a of Alachua. county lying north or wattle, thulee, horses.. of ".
Electors he lacks I'd like to ;
: Democratic Presidential chell for the information that drlv[ experience. pang to your heart that your silly Township line between Township. t animals' and upon the dafe .0...L0,1,' ,
get him In a corner and read him and 7, and has. given due notice of for official cattle Ulppfii ,,
; Group No. I-Hugh C. Sparkman [ing a car at sixty gives [it three a letter I received this novels tell about-It will be occupied the establishment of such quaran. vat, respectively and/ 10 .t ,,
times the year and tear that drivIng by the man who paid for It, tine a* required bv said Chapter cause to be all such J"
iv Group No. 2-W. B. Lanier at does. Your mother and 9301, and all necessary dipping I vats. mules., horse..'aWs or other !'
forty-five and that's me.
fences corrals and pen have been male, each and /
know broken two every
I've out fourteen
Group No. 3-George M. Dorman ," (Maybe you aren't lucky I Getting :I stayed by you through colic and constructed In said. parts of said. thereafter until ,,,. .
(r>,l-:, bints like that for $1.50 a or three times lately with a line teething and we'll get you through counties In Florida. REJSOLVEb Slat Live' Stock Sanitary '
No. Williard Ayres
NOW shall
1' Group ,,. of chatter' about things really get- THEREFORE. BB IT I rJIrr discontinue dlujta
I year.) this If we have to take turns By the State Live Stock .
Group No. William Pah'banks tin' better and/ passed out the hint Now take Sanitary Board of the State of Flor Done and ordered by the n.
'," that, maybe .Santa Claus waetv'tdead spanking you. your eyes ida In regular meeting assembled, I Jacksonville Florida this A".
: Group No. 6-Herbert William Fisher You'd better come in soon and off the mooD and look at the'duet this 3rd day. of September, A. !>., day of September, A. D lilt lbs '

:' Group No. 7-0. T. McClellan take a look ot our Cassava tree. in' possum after,all,- but was just play- about YOII.-Reddlng (Iowa) Her- 1912, of that cattle regular shall systematic be held in dipping said I STATE LIVE BOARD HTOC'KBy (ii,. "'UIIUD KANITA

: 4 Governor-Dave Sholtz ''* ':*' So many people have taken a bite aId parts of said Union. Bradford, Co-1, T. Hutton iluville ('hair
Ji1 For off the roots that there isn't much lumbla. and Alachua, counties, Florida AUe.tl J. V. Kllal'!", 8'C"I.
Senator-Duncan U. Fletcher i But accordin' to the love letter at each of the official dipping 9.BO-at-JO-U. State \"torln.
For United States left but the branches. It really; I've NOTICE OK FINAL" 1>ISCIIA" GB vats located;' In said' parts of said I

': For Congressman-at-Larke J. Sears ': (" does taste something like a sweet got in my hand Tm the Sixty dayS. after date hereof on counties, on the' day and date., respectively NOTICE
:t.ii world's champion POOR DUPE. to-wit: the 29th day of November hereinafter set oppositethe TO ALL WHOM IT Al.\Y CONCEI'/>
For Comptroller-J. M. Lee. ,'. potato, and if you don't believe it I'm a tool of Wall street, a 1982 I the undersigned Administrator name of each such dipping vatsresrectively. Notice In hereby given! I thE ,
t' : poor Stat Live, Stock
: you can have your bite any time of the Estate of Horace Mabry, The name of each of Banlt.ry noa', "
blind imbecile led astray by Re- deceased, will present my voucher said. dipping vat In said countiesand I the State of Florida In rei
: -0----- you call for it. publican Propaganda. I ought to and final account aa such Administrator the day and date of regular meeting assembled on the 31'C1
ty to the Honorable Deo. A.ardtner systematic dipping of cattle thereat ot September. A. D huh. lIdop
_f THE VACANT CHAIR be ashamed of myself for standin''rounS County Judge In and for are a* follows: : the following resolution:
After much patient perusing of palnttn' rainbows when 1 I Bradford County Florida and ask I7s>loa> County BE IT RUSOIA1U, by lbs 8t.
for his of and Name nf vat. Union City, date, Live Stock Sanitary n"lI.d
approval same my
exchanges, we have come to the should be out with a hammer and discharge an such Administrator October 22,. 1932 and every 14 day State of Florida, in regular L

i' ; Jeffcoat, hammer !slayer! has joined Buchanan, Laremore conclusion that the neatest squelch nails boanttn: up the plate glass This 30th day of September. 193Z. thereafter. Ingassembled, that until fiirt.
Name of vat Bluff Creek, date ordered the said Bunirt ..
of the week MILLER I- JOHNS. will
from the Titus
_t ;; and Hicks in their secure resting place behind a barricade of came before the,storm hits! us. B-SO-flt-11-SB. Administrator October 24, 1932, and every. 14 day each and every owner, ,,r riuiiioi" ( ,
_ vlllfl Star-Advocate, which contained i -- th..reart..r.Nalnaof. or peroon In charge I of u 1 1II
I law books-a barricade that has been piled higher and higher the following: To begin with, 'LFJ vat, Little Springs, date. I now or hereafter bring lnr..o: n
correspondent M\HTEIt'fIJ
my October 3S, 1932 and every 14 day In which systematic tick
until it has completely shut off the electric chair from the Notice that odor last week? informs me that conditions In NOTICR la hereby given that under thereafter. II !I. being conducted, who tradlcn,hall ,
The winds from the tropical hur; this and by virtue of a final decreeof Name of 'vat, Riverside date, October under the uupervlnlon of said B., ,
country are
remainder of justice's mechanism. worse right now ; forerloMur made. and renderedby 15, 19S2, and every 14 day i or Its agents. ALL cattle owned
rlcane washed vegetable matter than they've ever been, then he the Honorable\ A. V Long, Judge thereafter i or In custody. of or In charge
: Varying the process a little this time, Jeffcoat first from the Indian river to the wes goes on to, ay that all these mills i of the Circuit Court of the 8th Judicial Name of vat Smith date. October 'such owner or custodian, or i per i
Circuit of Florida. In and for 2A 1082 and every 14 day there In charge at one or more of the
__ sought to save his life by resorting to an- old English law, tern shore and the sun caused decay and chops,vopenln' up and people i I Alachua. (Countyy Chancery dur after. ttolal dipping vate In said terrltj,
thua tho disagreeable scent. goln' back, to work ain't nothln 'log the absence of the Honorable Name. of vat, Provldenc, date, Oc within fourteen day from and
coram nobis, a petition for permission to file a writ of error It wasn't invigorating. Cocoa A. Z. Adklns, Judge of tho filth tober 26, 1932 and every 14 day eluding' the 15th day of October
; but a low :flown Republican trick Judicial Circuit from Raid. 28th Judicial thereafter. D. 1932 and each and every f...
proceedings, but when this failed he turned to'the. old standby Tribune. We thought all the time he even blames recent real estate Circuit dated September 27. Name of vat, Rogers, date, Octoher !- teen day from and after the
1938, In that certain cause. thereinlately 18. 1932 and 14 day official dipping
that every hereunder of
smell came from Cocoa. n
- habeas corpus, and it worked again. sales on.,|he Damnyankees, and : 1.ln-f\ the Federal thereafter.Nam( cattle, respectively, and on
:: :
judgin' from what he has to say Land Columbia, Plaintiff of vat Brown, date,. Oc.tober dates on which official! cattli d|
s So impregnable has the barricade become that it is quite We have often wondered what about a certain guy named Her. and General Jasper. Scarboroughand I 27 1932, and every 14 day. ping Is held at Malil, vats. rwIvely.
wifeVillI. Scarborough, thereafter a schedule of said dati. ban
likely the chair will continue to be cheated until the next leg- i crazy quilt of reading matter bert Hoover, I'm led to believe he's Stanley Moore\ and wife, Mr. Stanley I Name of vat, Howard date, Oc- above, the Rum of three cenli
_ would result if a newspaper turn a Democrat. Moore! and The International tuber 27. 1982 and every 14 days head the Same being one-half ol
islature has an opportunity to say who shall perform the I ed Its Company a Florida corporation d,,- thereafter. reasonable and neteK" ry COM
columns completely over to fendanta the undersigned, who was Name" of vat Howard, date OctOber dipping cattle In xftlrt terrll,
1ci : qualmish duty of pulling the switch and tell him when, where the publicity matter that is submitted Now I make mistakes, just like therein appointed a an' Special Mauler 18, 1932, and every 14 day PROVIDED HOWEVER, that
In Chancery to execute the same. thereafter.Nnmei said Board will not pay to any on
_:; and how to pull it. each week. Some of the the next bird that's why I got will on Monday, the 7th day of NoVember of ,'at 1at'kw..ld.r.. date er, custodian. or pcrHon In the
pages have news value, and It Is bumpers on my car and rubber on 1932, during the legal hoursof October 28, 1932, and every 14 day of any cattle now or hereafter I
: pIy all It'Is' sale. before the Court House. thereafter. Ing In Bald. territory, for ANY cat
____ BO neatly prepared that a the end of, my pencil. But In this door In Starke. Florida, sell to the Name of vat, Shaw, date, October dipped by such owner, cumortlin
Iy WORDS, WORDS, WORDS temptation to yield, but space Is case I don't aim to do any erasln' highest and best bidder, for cash 20, 1932' and every 14 day there person In charge, unless such OH
the the following. described lands, situate aft Cr. er, custodian, or person In char'
only thing that
a paper has and what's more I ain't[ takin back lying and being In Bradford Name of vat, Green, date, October shall. under the unpenlslon' 01.t
________ to sell, and if big companies fine anything. I've said. County, Florida, to-wlf? 29, 1932, and every 14 days there Board, or its agents, dip ALL on
At a meeting of professors of political science at the that they can nil it with[ publicity The kv> of the NWU and the after. owned by him or In his custody
NWV4 of the NEV and the NH of I Bradford County charge In said. territory on the d,
University of Iowa shortly after the nominating conventions: Instead of advertising-well figure Whether .he. gentleman likes it the SWVi\ of the NBU. and all of the Name of vat, Harrell date, October of official dipping at one or m
it out for yourself. SWYt of the NCti lying West of the IS, 1932, and every 14 day of the official dipping vats, reup'Ivelr
_ : i of 1928 it was fdund that out of twenty-two planks promul- or not, there's been a decided Improvement publlo road known as atarke and thereafter.Name within fourtnon day> fr
in this country durlne Handerann road all In Sec. 17. To. 61 I of vat Haxen. date October and including the 15th day of <>
: gated by the two major political parties there was a discernible One story obviously Intended to the last 60 days, and there'll be a 8. R. 2j: R.: containing 140 acres. 1 19 1932 and every 14 days there ober A. D. 1932, and each and i
Ie.... Said lands after and fi
more tiom
op being fourteen days >
; difference between the Republicans and Democrats on influence unthinking[ voters came lot more in/, the next 60. further described an Lots 1. >. 8, 4 I Nan.. nf- tat'_ 111.-..'., """v...' .11- I the cry date of the first dipping ole
S recently telling of a tea at the and 6 of Florence E. Canova's Sub- October 20: 1932,. and every 14 day cattle. respectively. .
*; H but two issues. They differed on the use of the injunction in White House at which nivlulon In NVi of Section 17 Tp 8 8. thereafter. DON AND OHHERED by
several neg- Now maybe the Republicans are n tt East C'olnsshln: County State Live Stock Knnltary Bnard
: labor disputes and the Nicaraguan question. ro guests were received. Of course, to blame for it, and maybe they with the appurtenances. Said sale Name of vat Mlkeavllle, date October the State of Florida, this 3rd
attitude toward to be made pursuant to said decreeto 21. 1933, and every 14 day of September A. n 1113
r Similary in 1932, after being reluctantly forced at least our such goingson ain't anyhow givln' 'em all the satiety the same and costa thereafter. STATE! LIVFJ STOCK SANITA
is understood but it is still our credit looks to me like of the E. K. PffiimYMAN, Name of vat, Holland dare 0... BOARD OF FLORIDA
: to mention prohibition, we find the Democrats saying "re- opinion that President Hoover's one As Special Master In Chancery. tober 22 1932 and every 14 day By T. Button Bevllle, (hulrn'
sweetest little tributes .
it's possibleto LATTON OHAY. thereafter. Attest: J. V. Knapp. Secret W
t peal," and the Republicans, "resubmission." taste in tea guests Is no more a hand out and a darn sight bigger Solicitors for Complainants Name of vat, Klllsvllle. date, Oc. State Veterlnarlur. '
tober 24, 1933, and 14 Jacksontllle, Fk.r
campaign Issue than Al Smith's 9-30-61-10-28. every days Done at

_ By their striking agreement on major issues the two. religion should have been. pay compliment'em. than I'm willin to NOTICE! TO nBBTOHS AND thereafter.Alnrhnn ('oua.,. September ft30It.1014.HAROLD 3rd. 1933

great parties have defeated their own ends. They came into It was bad enough when we had CHE1HTOHS 17j Name 1912.of and vat every Davis 14, date day, October there
Notice I* hereby given" that allcreditors
_ being because of differences of opinion on political questions, other It Is comforting to, know that to, go gallopin' around tryin' to legate, distributee and after.Name of vat, flake, date, October
towns have their little all persons having claims against .
find outwhQ ba.blame the :
-'% but now allegiance to party has replaced the original motiveof troubles also. We offer the following depression the estate of Guy C. Cndy. deceased : 17. 19J2. and every 14 days thereafter : !
on but now If we got to sit are hereby requested to present --,
allegiance to the principles of Andrew Jackson or Thomas editorial from the Marianna up nights and chew our finger nails their claims to the Hon. Qeo. A. 1$.Nam 1932.of and vat every Bland 14 date day, October there p-,, ,.

Jefferson. Times-Courier as evidence: In an eJ1'ortto. determine who's responsible dardlner. County Jud..Ct Bradford after.Name. -
County Florida, for the approval -|I of vat ,
los, things within on* year from dat* I..ndi October
r gettln' better .
19. 193 and
Lord Bryce, in the "American Commonwealth," says, Spitting on side walks Is a practice then I'm willin' to admit that we bar hereof thereto, or this and notice all will be Indebtedto held In after 4 day thereName C. A

r ''Neither has clear-cut distinctive indulged In ever since side in said. estate person of vat Dell date, October ,
party any principles, any sure enough! are one helluva fix. are requested to pay 20 1932 and every It day there-
walks were built and ever since their said debt forthwith to theundersiged
tenets. Both have traditions. Both claim to have tendencies. It[ you really want to know who'sto executrix.This an.r.
I Anil 1
: men and women learned the art of blame for most of our troublesall 10th day nf September, 8U.1IOIIt.Un. each and every person, firm ;

? Both have certainly war cries, organizations, interests enlisted spitting.. In most places it- has you gotta do is just go take a MRS.. FLORA B. Executrix.No'rl'IJ CAOT or corporation the owner who or I I. Custodian now or hereafter or.- to Rob

_, ,in their support. But those interests are in the main been outlawed for so long a time nice[ long look at yourself. In a full or person hereafter In charge being of within*ny cattle said now
that the most of have about part
mirror. of id1 9
said is
length ,
of counties Florida are by lawrequired 1se I.e -
interests getting or keeping the patronage of the TAX DEED
'* ; govern- forgotten It. But Marianna ia an Notice I I. hereby given, that Loy to dip all such cattle within _II de yeu.eil .iis1et. b, -.

ment. The American parties now continue to exist because exception to the rule. We have Maybe I'm dumb, but I never S. Bishop holder of tax certificate. ing fourteen the first day dipping from date and In Includ said -'a d.-we. ef ys. pe.gNl
11311. 7th day of
July A. D.
_: ;; they have existed. The mill has been constructed, and its no ordinance against spitting on could see why we have to take our has filed said certificate in my 1930 of counties resolution, a*I specified, : In the aforesaid a"-" ........ .....1.... .-
that I
_ the side walks and consequently. political affiliations flee and mad, application for tax : to say with is dsas'at si -"'- S I'S
machinery goes on turning, even when there is no grist to they are spit upon unmercifully. so cock-eyed .deed to Issue thereon In accordance in fourteen 15th day day of October from ,and Includlng C .5".,..... doe a.I" 5, 755, ..-
seriously. In the end of the day with law. Said certificate embraces A. D. 1931 Is sIh..? W'S.,ss
grind. An eminent journalist remarked to that the At times there are placed! along at one or more of the official dip _y" .. -- Mb'Shd
once the
__ _ me what we're really tryln to do Is is following described property sit.Uated ping Vats described In the aforesaid -S to- .ia.di! 0.Ike
two like bottles. the business section of the city elect the BEST MAN the in Bradford County, :Florida, resolution and schedule. shall ,.. Is atd5l 5SS. -
-1 great parties were two Each bore a label to office, to-wlt: a* b.mo.t ..I__.shy -
that in spots the side walks are of convenient for the owner or 7de y
814 NW of
be he SWH Section 10
{ ,I denoting the kind of liquor it contained but each was empty." literally washed down with the Independent.Democrat, Republican or containing Township T SO South Range. 20 East custodian such. rattle or, upon person the In date charge specified of .__ Sssds-sh.s. fcs 7...S5I. ......
acre es- 3u 1"S.
,Many schemes have been devised to remedy this refusal bounteous supply of secretions ,*f" The : .TtI: : of said property for.vats,official respectIvely cattl dipping and to at dip such or! .
under the
from the salivary glands which Is t Issued
Ninety-nine out of a hundred of was cause. to b* dipped all such cattle C. WA
: : of parties to take definite stands on important questions, but tinted with In the name of A. M. William each and fourteen
generally a golden these birds that see tearln' Unless said certificate shall be every day: from

_ they are all doomed to fail Jre because the primary object of brown given it by the liberal mix their hair,. and frothin'you at the redeemed will Issue according thereon to law the, tax deed and after of such the cattle date ,ot respectively the first. dipping Tn. INSURANCE
on list
both the Republicans and the Democrats in making their platforms ture of tobacco Juice. mouth about being'-a staunch thisor of October, A. D. 1932. day: such most aforesaid. vat a* shall b* the STARKE. FLORIDA
Of course this thing was not so atd this gtth day of 8.pt.A., D. convenient and on the dates
&&A : is to include planks that will please the greatest num- thaCcquidn't tell how they got n&. J. -
bad In the old when the ladles
days that way or why they are, if O W. ALDERMAN
ber of voters. Platforms are selected with the double pur- wore long dresses which trailed asked 'em, all they know is that Clerk of Circuit Court.

: pose of satisfying those who already support the party and along and kept the liquid distrib- they're right and the .other poor Seal t306trl2S)) Bradford County, Florida

uted to where there were no puddles. QUICK..J-I A
of winning proselytes among the doubtful voters. sap Is wrong. ,
But the
now days women NOTICF) OF QUAR"'NTI\IE" :

Each party can count on millions of adherents who habitually 'are not so considerate and wear -darn bein'- By authority of and In accordance '
They are so busy with the provision of Chapter 'S01,
their dresses shorter and leave the GOOD Democrats GOOD Republicans Laws of Florida, Act of 1821, thatpart
vote its ticket and who to large or '
are a extent
; concen- of Union County ,
juice for us men to wade in and lying: south

trated in certain areas of the country. Therefore their at- track into our places of business, i about the more that Important they forget duty all of ot 26 a and line 2*.running tt and between tt. 27 and Section 14, 21 _

tention is focused those doubtful depositing all kinds of germs promiscuously and 13.' 29 and and 30 and 31
on areas having a bein' a GOOD American. Township B taR IS, It and Coleman

nucleus to work from they hope to influence plentifully where the --J *10 East, and that part. Bradford
I may wavering public get them. Let's pass this County: lying: west. of Rang line
voters and thus gain the lead. In And If Mr. Roosevelt can just between Range 19 and 20. and that Radiant HeateJ:
forgotten but worthy ordinance switch enough of those GOOD Re- Dart of Columbia county (li'ina *&st
Before anything can be done to improve the situation Marianna and when one Is seengiving tublican votes next November of state road No. 2 and -south of _
Township line between Township 5
''the a saliva shower both. to the why he'll be elected a Democratic and .. and that part of Alachua InstantGasM.eIIS,;
complacency of the public will have to be upset. The very side walks and walls of our nicest President[ ,- while Mr.- Hoover's oounty lying north of Township line _

I persistence of the major parties and the failure of successive buildings we can ask him or her to problem on the other hand Is to I by between. placed, Township under quarantine 6 and 7. I I.for hers.the '

: efforts to displace them, suggests that they must have given please desist in the operation and make feinuelf cUck with. a lot of 'purpose_ .,f carrying out .,.t.mtatlc Lights Instantly
eta have as clean side walks and tick eradication In said part of
4 certain GOOD Democrats so he can win said counties, and no cattle, or oth-
amount of satisfaction Since
a the election
_ of Lincoln
store. floors aa other towns have. as a RepubUoanv .r animal or thing which are or Just Like Gas

minor parties have only three times managed to carry may cattle b*fever subject tick to(BCargaropu Infestation with An- I

_ ; any of the states for a presidential candidate or to poll as Man the pumps, men! The courthouse n'. a -great .racket, one gang nulatus). shall b* transported moved This new and i lProCoZeman'
ia going under. We don't or allowed' to tray or drift with c1vd
much as ten percent of the popular vote. The electorate kneels In homage to the lowly don- in through Into er from the above Heater
_ want to discourage the Times- tey, while another group grovel lath described territory, except under Inctant gas heAt at the to

: seems to feel that a conflict between candidates, withoutany Courier but sometimes city ordinances dust at the feet of the e1epbaDt. and ions In of .::;::rn.jo.ofrFr I :-- N 15 of match I RSdItCS &II

decided conflict between platforms, ia sufficient, and as: are about as well known while the glorious American ida. 1913 and the rule and regulations abundance of fre. beItlful ;
as the Inside pages of a Congressional of this Board mad In accordance

... 4 I long as they do not demand clear-cut issues it is certain that Record., Stark has an ordinance EAGLE- soars over-head. unseen.I Act for with the the eradication provision and of prevention said- heat. Portable uJ'DI.

:' ._____; they will not get them. I against throwing peanut .-- of the spread or dlsmlna- $ aare. Makes an4 I
hulls In the street. lien of the cattle fever tick (Margaropu prce$1140 Iesa tb

4 ; Of course, for the credulous voter there is at least the joy I I From Other Pens I I ,of Fiortda.That* Annulatus. ) la th. Stat ; Its 211 own hour gn&to operate.Colts
of combat beneath the party banner and I in the service of the And her. Is tb: big discovery. of herein shall the word b* lntrprrd"cattle" !a to* used embrace I '

party leader, but the thinking man should demand more than the week: 4----- cow,.pull, steers oxen, holt- .
University, Ak-A.tter' Invest- i Speaking of the muIUtudlou demand era calve, .b..". goats, horace, DEALIU1
$ this. He should demand a statement of clear-cut principles mule and a...*. SEE YOUR LOCAL
j atlng; cemetery records In Maryland made upon the government, That tbe.qaaraiitine shall b. In

from the parties so that when he casts his vote he will have and Pennsylvania Dr. Roland the Mcdlaoa \Enterpn-Recorder full the fore nth and day effect of October from. and, A*after D, THB COLEMAN LAMP AND STOYS COMPAN

the satisfaction of knowing that he is supporting the policies :M. Harper. of the University of lays we hT a right to look: to UII.Thl. WICHITA. KAM" PHILADELPHIA.PA.CMICA0O ...

lie Alabama, baa arrived at the conclusion the government for protection but the Ird day of September, A ILL.P"GII LOS stLzs CJW'
thinks -
best for
the his
__ government, country.. that Quakers) live approx bould make our ,own living. D8TATB LIVE STOCK SAMITAKI-

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