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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 7, 1932
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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en,11'I Sworn Into OfficeAt For Habeas Corpus ,On Final Drive Held-Unavoidable Commission By Local-Red CrossAt Starke School i |Ii(,: M'

II Jack onvIU.. Two condemns Berta Lee George, six-yearold a meeting* of the local Red

Florida slayers, Elvln E. Jeffcoat, daughter of Mrs. Ida George, was Cross chapter held Tuesday after

Ilir Tuesday Meet of Clearwater and C. D.'Casey, of Covering State badly Injured last Friday afternoon Is Held Monday noon at the Woman's) Club, it was Extra Teacher 1.I i.

Milb Miami; lost their pleas for writ: of when struck by an automo- decided to continue the clothing

lbC'lbI I I I habeas corpus before Judge GeorgCouper ---........ bile driven by; Mrs. A. L. Kersey a drive, which was begun last week. I I
' Gibbs, In Jacksonville Saturday short distance north of town on Cars will meet at the club house .
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i r ri. ri Alderman Will Fill Vacancy On I, Shops and Other Democratlo Leaden Inspectors and Clerks for Election!: Note !Made! to Meet Payroll ofTeacher ; :'
. but their executions will not: Road 13. Th accident was held Friday morning; October Ttb, at n '
n.Ii Council A Apply For Continue Aggressive Named-Bid.* to Received *. Bus Drivers,
Iiw be carried out as scheduled, because to be unavoidable.: nine o'clock.Mr. t '
Night Marshal I I Campaign On Tax Sale Land Janitors
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their attorney Immediately! The little girl WM returning J. I,. Peek was appointed I" i
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c appealed to the supreme court.In home from school and unaware of chairman of the Red Cross Roll '
Officers who were elected Sep Florida Democrats opened intensive At a meeting of the Board of At a meeting of the Bradford
. the car, ran Into the Call. The drive will "
the writs approaching membership
I denying Judge
i. tember 13th to carry on the administration warfare against Republicans County Commissioner of Brad County School Beard held Monday }
road Mr. unable to November 1st 800 members '
Gibbs held that the of Kersey was begin
eh \ of the City of Starke, language this week. David Sholtz, Democratic -' ; ford County, held Monday. Oct. ; It was decided to allow another ) '
In time. avoid hitting have been set the for Bradford
ea the sentence and death warrantswas stop 40 as goal
3rd., the list of Inspectors teacher for the school here.
took the oath, of office at the City gubernatorial nominee, another following high
and there her. The ear was severely county. Branch chapters will I
not that Cbl\d'
amblgious r
and clerks for the teacher Miss Willie Mae ,
Hall Tuesday night, when both the party leaders Inaugurated: various The new ,
I III officer at the several stitches, and be organized In Lawtey Hampton, .
executing cut requiring ,
proper precincts for the electionof of will have 1rt' p
old and new council met. Upon the a final five week's campaign with general Hlnson Hampton, .
her forehead was badly Injured.She and Brooker.
,"" adjournment of the retiring coun state penitentiary at RAiford. four adddresses enroute to West November 8th was selected: charge of part of the first grade,
unable to return to school CItizens asked to loan a dozen '
Jeffcoat hammer slayer of his was are
oil, C. A. Futch Notary Public, Florida on a six-day tour. Precinct No. 1, Lawtey'-James where crowded condition made an t r
the first of the week chairs for the Red Cross work
wife, was saved from the chair
\ iwore in Dr. W. E. Middleton as Sholtx spoke briefly to audiences Rosier clerk; T. T. Blackburn. R. extra teacher necessary. j,4, -
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mayor, and aldermen: O. I* last Wednesday when his attorneys at Baldwin and Macclenny Monday E. Btanchard and J.. S. Austin, ,Inspectors room on Call street These will be A note was made for the amount

Beasley P. M. Barefoot. W. M. prevailed upon Judge Gibbs morning while J. B. Hodges of. State 'Tax Lands .., required before the sewing on government necessary to'meet the payroll for l'' ;'
at
r EdWards and T. N. Kendrick.The to grant a plea for a writ of habeas Lake City, chairman of the stat Precinct No. 2. North Stark cotton begins two teachers, bus driven and janitors {- !

regular meeting of the council corpus. Democratic executive committee; 11'V M.. Norman, clerk; J. F. Kick- o'clock: Monday afternoon Volunteers of the county, and the supertnten-

was then called to order and Casey under death sentence for: Fred P. Cone Lake City. chairman liter Fred Scott and Dr, W B. for this work are asked to dent was Instructed to draw war* vt 41 J y

the murder' of a Miami druggist May Become Asset Parks Inspectors. I report at this time. rants for these items 'as '
G.: W. Alderman was appointed by of Florida delegates In the Demo- as-soon'
Most of the of cotton
shipment
the Mayor to serve the unexpired during an attempted hold-up, was ratlo national convenUon; and Precinct No. 3. South Stark. *-: the money'was received from, the.
week the
term of one/year, created by the scheduled to die next Monday Cary A. Hardee, former governor, :J. L. Peek clerk; George Young, I shirting arrived this and dress,goods.Including1( Distribution note. it ?+,

resignation of J. F. Colley. Carl morning. assisted Sholts In expounding the Dade County Representative' Believe W. M. OUver and T. N. It was resolved that the boardgo

Johns, newly elected city clerk, Both men are in the death house Democratic ticket at Live Oak His Plan Would Inspectors. KendrlCk'j' of this will begin Saturday on record aa favoring making''' I ;x f ,d
at the store next to the
and Mr. Alderman were then at Raiford pending outcome'of Monday afternoon. Aid State! I' Precinct No. 4, morning notes for accounts due these to ) -
U. 8, office.
sworn into office by the notary. their attorney efforts.Marketing Franklin D. Roosevelt and John Abernathy, clerk; L. C. Smith; Forestry be payable one-half in February ; ,

Five For Night Marshal ____ __-, N. Garner were praised as the Approximately 12,000.000 acres John McKinney, and W. T. Me-I and one-half the amount In June, 1 '

Minutes of the busy session held most able leaders in national poll- have gone batk to state owner- Ever, inspectors. { Postal 1033. These notes will not apply

by the new council follow: Bureau tlcal ranks today. Leaders in all ship In Florida; through nonpayment Precinct No. S, Hampton-C. E. Receipts to salaries due teachers and bus r h''.

Appointment of chairman for sections of the state have reported I of taxes).' Harper, clerk; L. O. Johns, F. M. drivers of 1031-32. P f

council was placed before the coun- the Democratic nominees would receive I This dead 'weight that every Taylor and G. W. Rhame, Inspeo The board also authorised the
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cil and O.: W; Alderman was nominated Publishes Report I an, overwhelming majorityIn ; i Floridian who pays taxes is help- tors.Precinct Take A Tumble superintendent and the trustees of ,

and elected. the general election. Sholts declared Ing to carry will be converted Intoa No. 6, Theressa-John Hampton sub-school district to destroy s 4 S ,

The following application for he wanted to give the com- self-starter for prosperity If a Hall clerk; B. L. Hlnson, S. R Running $884.46 Behind Last Year the 7000.00 worth, of bonds

the office of night marshal were mon man an even break and a plan to..be presented to the next Swindell and A. L. Sullivan Inspector Postmistress Young< that were issued, but later declared f

received: W. E.' Thornton, A. J. 1081-82 Not'A Poor TearPricer.Only chance to make a living: The< legislature -,. c. Brown, repre- 'i *. Say invalid, and replace these by' an la-, t
Wilkinson, J. W. Edwards, B. B. 8\ Percent Under. gubernatorial nominee pledged sentative-elect from Dade county, Precinct No.1, New River-S. of the same amount voted on ,

Sapp, Jacob J. Johns. Action on 103081'Shipments himself to lead Florida Democratsout 1 successful' th opening the land L. Crews, clerk; E. A. Sapp, R. J. Postal receipts for the year 1933 April 19th, 1032. y a

this matter was deferred to next equivalent of the governmental bog. Hd to homesteaders.! Turner and J. J. Thomas' Inspec up to October first, as compared The question of transportation, t -

regular council meeting. to 98,262 proposed reduction of taxes,.eUm- According to the Miami Dally tors. with the same period last year, are front( various sections of the eoun- t- 1.. r

Appointment of city attorneywas cars of fruits and vegetables were Inatlon of unnecessary departments News: In place of a steadily Increasing Precinct No. 8, Brooker-M. P. I short $384.46, which means that ty were disposed of to the best j: : "

discussed. Application received shipped out of Florida by rail boat : lowering the gasoline tax, liability, Mr. Brown beHaves Matheny, clerk; L. ,,R. Galney S. the Starke post office will have to advantage. There being no further i.! I l!f

from MV. Floyd Green. Mr. and truck during the 1931-83 sea decreasing the price of automobile this land, can be made an L. Prescott and R. E. Hazen, in- sell that much more lit stamps and business the board adjourned to, / 1 ',\

Green! was nominated and electedto son, having an estimated gross license tags and strict econ- asset that. will yield at least $3.- spectors. stamped paper within the next meet the first Monday in Novem

serve as city attorney for term shipping point valuation of $70- omy in order to give Florida relief 000,000 a year directly to the state The following motion was made: three months, than were sold dui ber. ;t t \+ ,. ,,1{

of one year. 673,951. The foregoing shipment from the present condition. Sholtz and counties will contribute a 'We the Board of County Com- ing the last quarter of 1931 In or- i I fl'.

City health officer wall discussedand and value estimate for the socalled was warmly applauded a* he minimum of $37,500,000 annuallyto der to remain a second! class post ; '->

Dr. W, B. Parks was nominated commercial' movement' does not shouted he would veto every bill the commercial life of Florida I (Continued on page B.) office. Fire Line Study! '. .

and elected. Include the equlvalent of 17,871 suggesting increase in taxes. and bring an additional $20,000,000 Last 'year the receipts of the t'' I'
cars of Florida fruits and vege- To Be Made Here : 1 ,
One city bond trustee elected. Into our public treasury within Five Parties Starke post office were $8009.17, or ...
consumed canned Now
After discussion Mr.,, R. J. Davis tables being or three years. $59.17 over the required allotmentof l'H'li.I !t ggg .

was nominated and elected to fulfill within the state. The total harvestedand volumeof Convicts Replace Thatwould ,rvia a total revenue $8000.00 for a second class of. i In the near future the Florida "J tj ii'

posltlion formerly occupied by fruits and vegetables and of nearly$30,000,000 for governmental flee. Forest Service will give a fire line I I" '
sold from the
I, groves purposes In the first In State Election The postal receipts for the +
J. 1 E. Corpening. demonstration on the property of ( f'
[ amounted to 116,133 car-
farms
R. C. Buford was reappointedAre valuation of $81,535- Free Road Labor three years of the plan's operation month of September were $337.12: Mr. Aubrey Frlnk. The area to ( Q!' :.'
loads with
a .
chief. I and more than $100,000,000 pour- or an Increase of $28.80 over same be plowed is located on the south J ,i .. "
013 it we Include $7,607,024 as 'If,
Time for regular meeting of. Florida's of all ed into Florida business channel Liberty Political Clan Candidate month of last year. sldo of the Starke-Lake Butler j 4 I IAl.; ', I,
transportation )
council was changed from 8 o'clockto portion within the Department Consolidates BranchesTo during the same period.Its Are Latest To QualifyFor Post office officials ask that or- highway just east of Crosby Lake (;
next charges spent effect, he believes, would be ders for any needed envelopes be I' '
7:30: o'clock, beginning regular The Cut Down Running Ballot cemetery. 4 t \T' ; ,
of council. state or waters adjacent. nation-wide, as it would mean the made now, so that they may be delivered I
meeting valuation of Expense ----' In order to keep forest land well !
1931-32 harvest
Bond of Carl Johns clerk crop opening of a new frontier such as! Tallahassee. and counted this year. '
was 1
be to -The Liberty party stocked with tree growth: >some y ti. ) ;k t\
$81,534,013! may compared \:
discussed and approved by coun-. $07,077.214 for 1930.31 and $88,' Tallahassee. Construction and bas been sought In every periodof of Florida was given a place on I Money orders and postal savings means of fire protection must bo 1
depression and would meet the have no bearing on the rating
cll. the general election baUot Wednesday To ,
757,313 for 1029-80 season, and maintenance work of the state road I provided. give adequate pro-
bond trustees asked to: need of farmers everywhere for of an office, although these de- I '
County was not a poor year when aU factors department was consolidated last' bringing to five the numberof tectlon the Forest Service by W1 a., ,
be allowed to continue meeting In' involved are taken into con week, and hereafter work will be cheap land upon which present recognized political parties in partments consume considerabletime. of Its state owned tractors and' f ?j 1

the city ball as before and same done by convict crews Instead of prices will yield a profit. I the state the other four are Demo- specially constructed fire line p ,p

was granted. : sideration. free labor.. Aa 80 acres would< be the maximum crats, Republicans, Prohibitionists It the office is reduced to third plows will cut a wide Are line ]\ t +\s Ii;
melons, ana non-
Vegetables, area of an Individual tract class there will not only be a reduction -I tl
The following committees were rail boat t Announcement of the consolidation and Communists.Attorney around the Interior area Into apetl; f.tltten ;
citrus fruits hauled by or there would be not less than 125- in all salaries, but It means '' '
appointed by the chairman: I 1907 carloads made by Harry H. General Cary D. Lan- proximately acre blocks.-! This 1 Jfw
were 89,692 cars with wall 1 .
Electric Lights Waterworks and truck. More, Well chairman of the road de 000 homesteader in the state die ruled that all the parties had the elimination of one clerk and demonstrational plowing* will be I '-f it!
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out by auto n }\:;
Fire' Protection: O. I* Beasley, than 7,478 carloads were consum partment. He said it would re- when this land was taken up. complied with state law by having consequently less service to the given on forty acre of land and i; ; '17

chairman; P. M.. Barefoot T. N. ed in Florida while approximately suit In quite a little saving in Each and would fences be!th,required.iract and to cultivate buildon their duly elected executive committees public. will be under the supervision of .; I!jf'!:.t
& ,
Kendrick. nominate This Is a plain statement of '
,
tomatoes, overhead expense" candidates for District Forester L. T. Nelland and :
carload
200 mostly .
Streets, Sidewalks and 'Build- in'Florida.? fore- Maintenance work now U ahead" it'a'permanenthabitation, re- the state tickets. facts which Postmaster Young Tractor Operator Warren Bettle-i { ,

Ings: P. M. Barefoot, chairman; were canned commodities would The have filled of schedule, Well said. At this siding there three ;year This The Communist party offered the feels I III due the patron of the mire. Notice of the exact date wUl l f'' =4 f M1

W. M. Edwards, O. L. Beasley. going estimatedvaluation be continued, free labor could not be done with, an expen name of Paul Lima of Tampa Starke post office as It will give b* posted in the'Clourt house and '; ;),
season,
50,627 cars with' an { d j
Finance and Taxation: O. L. If $3- forces of the department always diture of less than $300 a year on (1608 Eighth Avenue) for governor them an opportunity to help boost post office. Land owners, turpen, 'I' ; ..
of $34,036,007
Beasley, chairman; P. M. Barefoot reduced to a minimum. each place, which would mean of Florida. the sale of stamps and stamped- tine operators and the general public 'I'r n t'
184,770 transportation charges are are added to the If
T. N. Kendrick. Seventy-nine maintenance fore- 27,500,000 annually The Prohibition party presentedthe paper where possible, and keep I Is cordially Invited to attend the. "
included. The price return per low of Florida commercial channel this office In second class. i' tit
Ruler Laws and Ordinances: W. will be "re- name of Frederick Vanroy a* :, demonstration '
cent less men now employed
car was only about 5 per .:1 '
:
i '
M. .
Edwardschairman; P. M. tamed for such time as we need Its candidate for state treasurer < I'' ,,j
than for the 1930-31 season. The .. t n I
Barefoot, T. N. Kendrick. extraordinary large volume of them," Wells' 'original announce- and listed the following (without I STOLEN CAR FOUND HERB FORESTERS DEMONSTRATE di i !l I IV'l '.

Sanitation: W. M. Edwards, beans, together with the satisfactory ment said. Some of them probably SATURDAY NIGHT BOUTS addresses) as candidate for presidential FIRE BREAK LINE PLOWING 4! !' ; 1 : ,'

chairman; T. N. ''Kendrick O. L. will be transferred to the -- elector supporting the A stolen automobile belongingto .i' : ) "
was
Beasley. average prices prevailing When a man strikes a police of-, national Prohibition ticket headed I Bill Nichols used car dealer of :
for the good construction crews as foremen or : The Florida Forest Service fire JE jN
Council meet- the principal reason leer, that's more like new ChiefA. by William D. for St. Petersburg, was located here !
adjourned to next Strawber- as guards for the convicts who I Upehaw president break plowingequipment arrived a /!
of vegetables. I
showing L. Alvarez wa lucky enough last Another St.
Friday night In the Third Gulf District i '
the construction forces. or
ing.Carl Ties also moved in fairly good volume comprise 'j
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Johns, Clerk. aver- Wells said the department now to dodge a well-aimed blow deliver W. T. McGuire S. S. Proctor, Petersburg man driving toward I on October second. The outfit consist ; (

Minute of Old Council with very satisfactory I III using 1,383 convicts on. the ed last Saturday night by Ray Fred E. Britton, Charlotte R. Coffin Starke from Jacksonville recog- of a twenty-five,, horse power'' {

The city council of the city of age prices. and oada. Goodge for no.partlcular'reason.At Miriam H. Bare, S. C.. Perry I. nized the missing Chevrolet road- : tractor and heavy plow suitable I: 'Wilt'Wiltji; i
The 20 leading fruit vege- the time Alvarez was busily engaged ster when he It between .
Htarke passed
Fla., met In regular session No Definite Figure and John M. Week. .for wood plowing. A Urge truck, ;
counties during
October 4th 1932. with the table shipping to official The chairman said he did not In stopping a fight betweenjeorge' Manuel Menendez of Tampa, as here and Lawtey, and sped .on transport this equipment from, ,' \ :
1931-32 season, according Reddish and Meldon Mc chairman of the state executive ahead to notify officers of Its ap .
following ,,
members present: W. L. the U. S. have definite figures on how many place to place and free demonstrations L
records .by
Wall, supplied KInney near the Spotlight, and committee, and Armando of proach. '
Loper
chairman J. C. Manning, Economics, free laborers were employed In are given wherever owns \,- ,,
N. Sternberg. Minutes of the last: Bureau of Agricultural the State maintenance work, and would not }oodg* eee.med"to'lobject i to the Tampa, aa secretary attested that The stolen car was interceptedas ere of forest land are interested In l.
estimates made by
and way things were being run. the COmmunat of Florida Its driver was heading out Call '
meeting were read and approved. next was party reforestation and Are prevention. t
in orderof know until the payroll ?
:Mr.. T. A. Brinson requested the Marketing Bureau, were and Goodge. Reddish and McKinneywere through Its executive committee, street toward Lake Butler Au- Trained employee. of the Forest j.
13 com-
Semi- October ; ,
volume. follows: Polk, completed each fined $5 and cost by thorities n" .. ,(
council to had nominated Its candidates a* required in st. Petersburg were ,
make reduction of 1932 Beach Lake, pared with that Of October 1.Many Service will be In charge to demonstrate .
nole, Orange, Palm Mayor H. C. Wall Monday morn- notified of the arrest. They arrived -
assessment his Wal- by law. how forest today .
on property on Broward, employed laborers, he said fires are ; '"
nut street. Hillsborough, Manatee, John P.. Coffin and I.. S. :Jones, here Saturday and returned t j
controlled
The .council decided I Marion would not: come under the clasal- ; being successfully fi
Highlands
however, that the assessment was Dade, Pinellas. Hardee, Lee, flcaUon of maintenance forces. ingTung aa chairman and secretary respectively with the automobile and its driver, In Florida by the use of fire break.. f;. .

not out of line with other property Alachua.Sarasota, Brevard Volusla,, St. Lucie and Wells said the tapering off of Oil Leaders of the state executive com- who gave his name. as W. S. Gandy. Much progress has been made : ,'it t t'

In that part of the city and River. maintenance need was shown by mittee of the Prohibition party attested recently by the Florida Forest : '

Indian The 12 counties leading in strawberries the fact that September maintenance Arrive for Tours to the proper nominationof Evelyn Stump Service In the; development of.an, ,''j .\,
that party's candidate at a adequate system of fire break and ,.
Plee-Zing.Stores melons, and other non-cit cost would be approxImately /j' ; ','
less than for August meeting In Jacksonville September the demonstration will b* inter.1siting '.
I fruit, were aa follow: Hills- $18,000 Makes Glee Club !
run
of interested 'In 13.: t t <
bad A group men and instructive. It Is hoped
au-
Will Alachua Gllchrlst, Maintenance foreman
Lake ,
Aid ChurchesThe borough ,
thispart i i
In
oil *
the twig development
I Hardee, thority to employ free laborer In that many owners of forest land
Polk, Marion.Levy, Suwannee Sumter. Orange. their sections a* they were need- of the stat, arrived from FORD LEADS,IN. SALES Miss Evelyn Stump has been Included win take advantage of thl* free \} ., ",

two local Plee-Zlng Stores,, Jackson : in shipments Washington Thursday; and will among the sixty-one students demonstration In fire break con .
The 12 counties leading: ed.In make their headquarters in Galnesm Since June when volume deliveries : '
Wj White Son and A. H. In order of addition to the maintenance I at the Florida State Collegefor structlon and will invite theirneighbor l'
of vegetables.
Green, and while making extensive toursof of the new Ford V-8 cars begun Women elected for membership ; Under the r't"'l.tl 1 :
F.: 'R. Carardlne at a* follows Seminole, changes, several Jobs in this d- a new policy ; fig; .
**wtey carlots were the piantings.-around Gainesville Ford bas led all competitorsby in the college glee* club for Florida Forest Service 1 able /
are making an attractive Broward, Dade, Manatee partment field work are to be combined now t.. e .
ener to church workers, In the Palm Beach Sarasota. CoWer, St. Johns, with others. Among these ,, AHr-"*. Lacrosse and other a wide margin In sales of passenger the current cession, G. Wade Ferguson to cooperate with and assistance ', '

fame of the Piee-Zlng corporation. Well named the superintendentof points near here. cars, commercial vehicles director ha just announced. to owners' of'both large 1 ,
These denied. The group includm, c. c. Con- and trucks, according to official and small area of tlmberlond. For'complete : j Ifl fi
stores generously offer to the request wa whose work effective '
J pay '&"a at the rate of two percent The final report of C. A. Futch, equipment tomorrow, will pass to the division -' cannon chief of .'>e .chemical: division figure reported today by J. W, Andrews Th personnel of the glee club I III information get In touch # i t.' f

M the value of the Plee-Zing oracle clerk, treasurer and tax collector, engineerrange. *.. of the )Unltl State Department Jr., local Ford dealer. composed: of seven first sopranos; with District Forester L. _T. NI.- i;1 H.. 1
and ordered of'Commerce at the national Ford took the lead In national thirteen second twenty Box No i.
on sopranos 116
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any label, package or can was examined, accepted land Gainesville, t' ; '
Jfjog the PLEE-ZING!: !: brand. filed. Hlllaborough. Lee and capitaL Other in the party motor car sales In June Increased one first contraltos, and twenty Florida. s\ 'w ;' 1,

Church member end worker The tax assessor presented the Flacler.I will be H. Haakln of New York his lead In July, a* producUon of second contraltos. :Mla Stump I* >,.; 'Ir.E.. .i;

Ire "ked to ,turn over to their assessment roll for 1932, the *am* I 1 The IS counties leading accordIng manager of the Benjamin P. rePaInt the new Ford mounted, and maintained Included among the first contra AMERICAN. ,LEGION TO MILC'L':4: :!! :.t.( ,,

arch: authorities all Pl ..ZIDtf were approved'and ordered filed, to our estimate of the gross f. Company Harry W..Bennett the lead throughout August, toe. '.

as. boxes or label; since_ original with the tax collector and[ o. b- value of rail and boat shipments of Galneevlll and New York, own- according to reports for that Present plans for the, club; Include Jone-Langford-White Poet 'NoM \ iJ '

.- n* with 'bran4.bu an'any-Inv the copy''WIth the clerk of the were approximately a* fol- er of Tuna Acre, the new famous month' already received from 84 two public appearances:for American Legion win bold Itairegular :((' :,'.

"ediate cash value. i circuit courtAlter I Ir ilows: Polk. ()range. Seminole, two-thousand-ocr tung tree .ate*, Mr. Andrews declared. In the year', the first In December monthly: meeting. at th.' N', ;

Remember that for dollar's the payment of routine., Palm Beach Hillsborougn,' Manatee plantation near LaCrosse .in Ala- addition to this, the latest reports when the club present a programof Legion Hell Tuesday evening1. Oo-?

*wth of J>! every bill the old, ;:council adjourned Lake. Broward, Dad. Plnel- nua county; and a number of directors alo reveal that Ford led !in sale Chrlatma music; and the otherIn tober 11th. All member or* urged, ,_ ;

bu 1, you: are aimed two cent you in stole, die I I)laB Highland Sarasota, Hard. of the,American Tuna; "Oil In the largest clUes during the first the spring; when a varied program to .be present a* important .seuea ,

'C&ah 11 It I* for your church' C. A. Futch.: Clerk. Volusla and Marion. Corporation. ,10 days of September, will be given. ar* to com before the post"\ ,

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I"" r Telegraph By Special Writers Live Community Happenings Us bg Tues. Nooll- T -I





F II I and Zealous Williams Sunday.Mr. I Mrs. R. F. Kirkland and family ing been found to lack one or
Woo
Mr. Louie Waters spent I the Miss Carrie Bell Norman of < more
and Mil were the guest of Mrs. Pearl Ax I of the necessary qualification
Zenlous Williams
week-end with his father In Max- lawn Sunday STRAWBERRY PRODUCTION
Little Bernice Crosby attended church i at I drews Sunday. /-good commercial variety, havl
RAIFORD vllle. Mr. Clyde Morgan of By A. N. Brooke J. R. Wat-
; I Springs was the guest of Mia Brooker Saturday night. Mrs. Oils Rivers was the guest, son and Harold Mowry been almost discarded and have

+ u Bed Kerce, Cor. Mary Alvares Sunday night. Lee Crosby Riley Waters, Lloy of Miss Viola Tyler Monday mom been replaced by the Missionary,

Miss Willie Mae Newsome was Padgett, Howard and Ralph Mot) Ing.Miss The Missionary now is Florida

afternoon BROOKER the guest of Mrs. Pearl Carte L. O. and Johnnie Lewis, FranGroover : Boots Brown and Jo Beginning this week we will reproduce standard variety. It being planted
W. M. Whitten left Sunday Essie Martha and Brantley were the guests of Mri almost exclusively. This
Gainey,
aftemoon.Rev. sections of Agrictural Extension variety
where be wU MlM Y.r. CalB.r, Cor, Saturday
Ocala, In
.. t for and fam- C. A. Crosby preached at Amy Groover, Rastle :Mann, Nan W. A. Tyler Saturday.Mr. Service Bulletin No. 63 on originated Virginia about 1900
visit with bis daughter Joe of Double RUB, and was Introduced into the
Hellbronn Saturday night Sunda; nie Groover, Elma Stokes and Bryant Strawberry Production. The pamphlet Plant
lly/ Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Tidwell i for Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Gainey, 2 Mr.! morning and Sunday.Mr. Vida Mae Mott all attended church was visiting In our section Monday was written by A. N. Brook, City area some 10 or 12 years

"} r y a week, and then will go on to Miami :B.- and Mrs. L. R. Galney, Mri. J. :D. Russell Judd was the guest at Brooker Sunday night., Misses Della Lee and Mattie Associate Plant Pathologist, J. BWaUoJ later. The characteristic Which

to visit with his son, Dr. Baxter spent Sunday In Jacks, i of Miss Losale Anderson Sunda:, Miss Ruby Kelley was visiting, Rae Thomas were the guests of Entomologist and Harol< make this variety desirable are a

c' I*. Whitten. villa with friends and relatives afternoon. friends 'and relatives at Brooke: Misses Viola and Gean Tyler Mon Associate Horticulturist I long fruiting season which last

1 I Messrs T. D. Proctor, Carl Duke, and were accompanied home 1 by Mr. Rodman Underhill was the Sunday afternoon and while then Mowry, from December to June, self-fertile

C. H. Hunter and Supt. T. i S. Master Glen Crosby. guest of Miss Elsie Rhoden Sunday; attended church Sunday night. day.Mr.. and Mrs. Bob Baton attended is of major blossoms, and heavy production of

r C g Thomas were here Monday afternoon / Mrs. Josephine Crotty of Jacksonville afternoon.Mr. Miss Ruby Shaw spent Sunda;] church here Sunday night. Strawberry growing In Flor- fruit which Js of good quality and

visiting Raiford school. We !Is spending a few days; Clyde Morgan of Little< with Miss Thelma Mann. horticultural importance size and firm enough to withstand
Industry
of this
;. were glad to have them with us here with her aunt, Mrs. A. J. Spring and Mr. Hunt of Hellbronx Ida. The development long shipment. It is easily prop.
the -
1 based production
is
them at any, and all Plnholster. upon agated because of its free
and welcome business trip tc, produc.
made a HIGHLANDMrs.
Springs
n S. of fruit durin,
and marketing )
H. Futch 'of tion of
L.
and Mrs. runners. The
.! Mr plants are
;v't + times. Jacksonville Friday morning.Pitt
Heilbronn Springs the winter and early sprint:
n Charlie Fa Hampton, were guests of Mr. and Cor. fairly resistant to the ordinary
t. W M. Whitten and Newsome, J. D. Carter Russell I Frank floss, months, December to May. Annual .
ra,' : ley were In Jacksonville last Mrs. ,,A.. B' Crosby Sunday after-I Carter of Little Springs and MI.. Thelm. nfcodrn. Cor. shipments strawberries from strawberry diseases.
'I to attend the clrcu noon Norman of Woodlawn attended : During three seasons, 1025-28:\
Oasle
Thursday 4 and
between
good a time was H. P. dalney, L. R. Galney, 1 R., las! Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Starling of: the state fluctuate several commercial varieties of
;. t They reported could as be by two fellow T. Osteen, P. A. Crosby, H. 1 13.1 church at Evergreen i Mr. John Barber of Raiford was I Clay Hill section passed througl 8 million quarts, which are produced strawberries were tested on plots

bad as Crosby, A. B. Surrency were e etending at- Thursday Louie night.Norman and Mr In our section Saturday night and here Saturday enroute to Stark on 2,000 to 4,000 acres anti at Plant City and Starke, Of
Mrs.
'. their age.Professor Hew to business In Starke Moi Woodlawn were Sunday. to be at the bedside of their little yield an annual gross return of these varieties, none were found to
;'o, ,>> Altman, HJrnest Leon Norman of Misses Ola Mae and Edith Par' to $1,700,000 to the
$1,200,000
? f ,4 attended and Mrs. niece Berta George, who was run be equal to the Missionary. Varieties .
?f, ,, itt and Howard Moore Stark I day.E.. S. Galney and Mrs. E. J. Cunningham the guests of Little Mr. Thurs Perry menter were the guests of Misses down and seriously injured by ai growers, or an average of 21 to tested were as followsAroma :
the football game between Bethel, Newsome of Springs Pencle and Jewel Davis Sunday af. 40 cents per quart.Commercial .
afternoon( and daughter, automobile Friday.Mr. -2, 4, 5; Big Lato5,,
afternoon.
x'r and Lake Butler Friday spent a few days of last week here day I ternoon. and Mrs. M. L. Crews am strawberry growing 6; Brandywlne, 3, 4;; Bubach-
1 at Starlie. Miss Thelma Rhoden and EssU !In Florida had Its beginning in the
1, :with friends and relatives. little daughters, Mary Esther, 3,4, S, 6Chance; Seedling--2, :5 I;
,t ;i J. T. Flllyan and Herzog RUc I Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Strayhor Crawford and Romla Crawford attended -I Sara Emma and Grace Norma, of: late 1870's near Gainesville and. Chesapeake, 2, 4; Cooper-,
business trip to Jacksoi here wither DOUBLE RUN the dance at Starke Saturday state farm were visiting relatives Mandarin. In the vicinity of:
made a and baby spent Sunday : the 2, 3, 4; Dr. Burrlll-. 2, 3,4; Excelsior -
vile last Wednasday. parents, Mr and Mrs. E. l M. night. here Sunday afternoon. Lawtey, commercial planting: -2; Famous; Candy-4,
v Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Gordon Hazen. Muse Moot<< Drvwn. Cur. Mr. Roy Carter and Peach Crawford Miss Lucille Starling of Jack were first made in the early 1880'i 5; Glen Mary--2, 4, 5; Haverland2

spent the week-end visiting her I, Mr. and Mrs. John Crews werlt 1 were business visitors to Jacksonville sonvllle spent several days here which preceded any at Starke by; 6; Horsey-4; Klondike-5;

parents In Lake Butler. I visiting friends and relatives here I Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Woods of last Thursday night last week with her sister, Mrs. Erfle two or three years. Shortly after Lady Thompson-2, 4, 5; Lupton-

Old Alvarez, son of Mrs. O. M. Saturday.R. Lawtey, were the guests of Mr Mr. Roy Carter was visiting Miss Carter. the freeze of 1894.89 strawberry 3, 4; Muse Special(Identical with

::5 Alvarez of Fort Bermlng, Ga., I Is W. Brannen spent part of lut and Mrs. G. L. Kersey Sunday Lorene Green Sunday afternoon.Mr. G. D. Wilkinson was a visitor growing was begun in the Plant Missionary) ; Nick Ohmer-1, 2, 3;

m ; Rul/ : spending a while here with his week in Jacksonville transacting afternoon. I .. Clarence and Freeman Rho to Lawtey Sunday. City-Lakeland area, the acreage Norweed-4; Ozark-1, 2, 4; Par-

; r mother.Mr. business. Mr. Joe Brantley and Boots den left Monday for the south tc Misses Loca and Phhyllls Can there having increased until it now son's Beauty-2, 4, 5; Premier,

i'' a and Mrs. Joe Hill William R. A. Weeks was transactin Brown were the guests of Earl spend several days. on spent the week-end In Jacksonville comprises more than one-halt ol 2; Sample-2, 6; Sen. Dunlap,

,; ', of Lake Butler were visiting this business In Jacksonville Friday. and Willie Mae Johns Sunday af- Mr. Crow Jones and Lawyer with relatives.Mr. the state's total. Due to a combination 2, 3. 4; Stewart Seedling-,.(Identical -

',1, :,,r+ place last Sunday afternoon. Walter Mathis was visiting bere ternoon. Rhoden and Thelma and W. C L. Wadell of Jacksonville,, of several causes the with Missionary);The Best-

; 3, Willard Mann of Lake Butler, Sunday. He was accompanied Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Tyler of Rhoden were business visitors to was visiting relatives here sun- commercial growing of strawberries 1,4; Wm. Belt-1, 2, 4.

., spent the week-end with hU grand borne by his wife who has been Saxton, were visiting Mr. and Mrs Brooker Friday of last week, and has long since been abandoned The numbers following each variety

(; mother, Mrs. Matilda Ritch. spending a few days here with her O. L. Brown and Mr. and Mrs. G Monday of thla week. day.Mr.. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley'of in both the Gainesville and Mandarin refer to the reasons for Its
Higginbotham was I in Clarence and Cornelloue Moore here Sunday areas, although the fruit Is
Everett mother, Mrs. Alice Thomas. L. Kersey Sunday evening. Starke attended church undesirability as listed below;
live Oak Sunday attending the M Misses Lois Judd and Freda and Earl Parmenter attended the afternoon.Mrs. being grown in these places la 1. Plants leaf pot too fleverly.

t '; i baseball game between Lake Butler Brown were guests of Inez Ker- dance Saturday night Effle Carter and children home gardens. 2. Berries too small or too soft

( ,' and Jasper there. eey Sunday.Mr. Miss Mae Rhoden spent Saturday and Miss Lucille Starling motoredto At the present time strawberriesare for shipping.

t. ;) Mrs. J. C. Jones and Billy, attended I RISINGMr Lacey Futch called on Millie night with Miss Carrie Bell ; Orange Park Sunday.Mr. being produced on a commercial 3. Surface of fruit too rough,

church Sunday at Lake Builer. Judd night. Tarter C. B. Starling and scale mainly In Hills borough,,,
d : .. If. M. ....D.*. Cor. Saturday and Mrs. not easily washed free of sand.
1l ,h Mr. Leo Edwards was a visitorIn Mr. Louie Crawford of Starke children: of Jacksonville, were visIting Polk, Hardee, Bradford, Union,and 4. Flavor of fruit poor.
i < Misses Pearl and Rubye Robert' this section Sunday. spent several days here with his relatives here Sunday. Orange counties, although smaller 6. Imperfect blossoms.

of Dukes were here Sunday afternoon Mr Lonnie Crawford left Sunday Quite a few attended the prayer mother, Mrs. Clara Crawford of Mrs. C. M. Hudson and children plants for home use and local markets The Missionary variety was
a
{iL..l ;' :. visiting friends. for a hospital in Lake City for meeting at the home of Mr. G. L. Wateroak.Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Mathis of Jacksonville are to be found In most counties found to be fairly resistant to leaf-

,r Miss Pearl Manning of Stark, treatment. Kersey Saturday night. Everybody and Mrs. Lewis Clemons and"daugbters were visiting Mrs. Effle : of the state. The season of spots, even when planted side by

was her last week visiting ber Those of this section who al cordially invited next Saturday Orville Mae and Evelyn Carter Sunday afternoon.Mrs. shipment in the Plant City-Lake side with other varieties which

9. cousins Misses Gladys and Grace tended the birthday dinner at the night. Mae were visiting his parents, Mr. I H. C. Wimberly returned land and other southern areas extends were killed by these diseAses.
,
,; :J. Thornton, dome of Mr. and Mrs. Walter ECtnondson nd Mrs. J. C. Clemons Sunday.Mr. Sunday from Nichols, where she I from December into April Yields.
Y
r"S.; ... Alzy Freeman was visiting her last Saturday were: Mi Lawton Rhoden is spending I baa been visiting her son. H. C. and In the Starke-Lawtey area Strawberry yields will vary with
last week. and Mrs. R. R. Crosby and children !- sometime here with ,his mother, from March into May.Varieties.
ulster here Jr. condi-
y '; IIARTSBURG Wimberly, cultural: soil, and weather
Ira Young were Mrs. C. A. Crosby and children Mrs. M. Rhoden. *. Qrlftla
Mrs. M.
} ,' Mr. and Miss Ethel Ricks and C. tions. No one commercial area In
called to her father's home in Fri and Mrs. E. E. Lewis and Miss Virginia Brantley, Cor. Mr. Seeber Forsyth and Owen motored over to Starke Tuesday The varieties of strawberries the state, over a period of years,
t to be laughter, Irene and little son, called Misses Beatrice In the in
Meade, where he Is reported rlhoden on afternoon. grown commercially past seems to have had consistently
rr very 111.Jack. leed. All reported a nice time. md Eva Underhill Sunday after- Florida are the Wilson, Newnan, than other area
greater yields any
t't Farrley and Charlie Far Miss Ida Mae Lewis spent Saturday Mr. Harry Edwards and Miss loon. Hoffman, Cloud and Klondike, ando range
The yields
: rley have leased the farm of the< night with Miss Marie Alvarez Gladys Brown were the guests of Mr. R. P. Taylor and son Champ a lesser extent Brandywine, between yearly 2,000 average and 2,600 quarts per

Supt. J. S. BUtch near here and In Vanderbilt section. I Miss Virginia Brantley Sunday. of Jacksonville, were visiting his BOOTSEY'S BEACH Lady Thompson, Excelsior and
I ;;4 farm on It.GRAHAM. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. White and Miss Ola Mae Andrews spent farm Sunday. Nick Ohmer. These varieties, hav- acre.
; will truck L. c........ .:... These yields are based on the
B. M. McRae were dinner guest Sunday afternoon with Miss Lois Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Robinson and
,k i fruit and marketed. It may
picked
of> Mr and Mrs. M. J. McRae of Starling of Garden City. ion were visiting his father saturday -iI Bvenlng. that because oft
,
Crosby' Lake Thursday. Mr. Lacy Thornton and Harry' and Sunday. I Miss Beadle Gaskins returned Mr. O. W. Hinson was a visitor sometimes happen

+ i : I II Mr. Marklee Crosby of Plan Edwards were the guests of Mr. Miss Eunalee Raulerson Levy home Saturday after spending a to Starke Monday. long fruiting season near or poor the
market obtaining
;- City is visiting relatives her Ferry Brantley Saturday night. Sweat and Willis Raulerson all I row days in Jacksonville the guest the prices all of the fruitIs
end of
season,
Ml.a. Eller J.kso.. Cor. his week. Virginia Kirkland of Saxton was 1 were visiting the Lawtey cemetery of friends and relatives. accountfor

i { I IIj Mrs. Elbert Gloover was visit he: guest of Ruth Brantley and Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Peter March returned to not picked. This may yieldsIn
BOATDRAIN low
''. {;:i Miss Carrie McKInney of Starke, ng relatives In Starke Monday. : Kate Andrews Sunday. Mr. Ed Luzen of Jacksonville,I her home In Sarasota Friday after commercial apparent plantings average when compared -

,i :. I) ,entertained with a pound party; Mrs. W. R. Haislop was vtsltlnj' Mr. and Mrs. Leonard O'Neal vas visiting his cousins, Mr. and pending the past several months Miss Cherry Harrell Cor. with garden yields where

;I rtg4;' t and dance at the home of Mr. and ulrs. J. L. Underhill In Pine Levi I pent Saturday night with Mrs. J. tfrs. 3.: C. Jones Saturday.EVERGREEN. Ihere and in Jacksonville. berry has been accounted for
Friday night S. Andrews. i Miss Frankie Lou Murrhee isspending every
; Grave ectlon Saturday.Mr. .
by Mrs., Felton I Maximum
the full season.
tr'a ;, Among those) who attended this Vollle Starling and Johl Robert Lee Kirkland was the some time In Jackson- Miss Agnes Johns epent Sunday throughout 6,000

: ;' affair were Helen Mersereau WIllie owart of Starke were transactIng guest of A. T. Andrews Sunday af !ville.Mrs. afternoon with Cherry and Eliza yields approximating have been reported

s :, McKInney, Clarence Hicks, Mrs business In this section Mon ternoon. J. L. Gaaklns was the guestof Harrell. quarts per acre not to be
r Lester Slade and Laurie and Edni I lay.' Rev. R. F. Kirkland and Mr. and Mrs. A, H. Harley at Lawtey Misses Julia and Marie Tlson, but such yields are acre-
; Bonier. for. from large
Mr P. A. Bowers ordinarly
expected
.. McKinney of Starke and Edgar Mrs. T A. Moore and Mrs. 1 1 I. Mrs. L. R. Starling attended the Saturday. Bill Tison and George
..y Lonnli exercises in Mr and Mrs. Phillip Sullivanof were visitors at Ruth Ella Priest'sSunday I
King of Hampton. I Bradley were visiting Mrs. home coming day ages.Nex of
Mr. and Mrs. Felton Grave, Crawford Sunday. Jacksonville Sunday. Rev. C. E. Lubin returned to hl South Jacksonville, spent the afternoon.We I week: Soils, Sources

I ; made a business trip to Lake, i Mrs. J. J. Morgan of Gulf Hammock Harrell and Cleveland Kirkland tome In Jacksonville Sunday after :week-end here the guest of her are sorry to report that Mrs. :. Plants; Fertilizer; ; Cultivating;

; Wales Saturday. They were ac' has moved to this section were Sunday afternoon guests of holding a revival meeting here last I mother, Mrs. Jean Gaskins and Jimmie Allen is on the sick list.Mulching.

li r : companied by Mrs. Leo Dyal of: Ve welcome her back. Paul Andrews, week. family.Mr. this week, and hope she will be and one-

I .+ rt Louise and Leon Wynn of this We are sorry to report that Mi Mr. Buck Starling Harry Ed- Mr. and Mrs. Ellery' Redding of Louie and Thomas Murrhee well again soon. Freeport Bridge one several

place. Henry Norman Is ill again. wards, Lacy Thornton, Misses Virginia Baldwin were visiting his mother,,\i spent a few days in Jacksonvillelast Rev. Phillips preached an inter- half miles long and costing dollars!, to

J Mrs. Ancel Norman of HeUbronr Mr. and Mrs. F. M. White and< Brantley, Gladys Brown and Mrs..H F. Redding Saturday. week the guest of relatives, esting sermon at China Grove hundred thousand Choctawhattheeriver

a '' *' ''Springs, was visiting Mr. and Mrs Jr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae and Ola :Mae Andrews attended church Mrs. R. S. Rosier and little I I and while there attended the cir Church Friday night be built across No, 10

s R. M. Johnson and family Friday children were visiting Mr. and at New River Saturday night. daughter, spent Thursday after-I Miss Cherry Harrell spent! Sunday where state highway to H-

r }{ ':, night and Saturday. Irs. T. N. Norman Tuesday nigh We are very sorry to report that noon with Mrs. Jean Oa cus.Mr.. and Mrs. J. Roy Quinn and morning at her sister's Mrs. crosses near here, according state road

) Duffle Abernathy of Gainesville, In s Hellbronn section. little Frances Orlilis is in the hospital Quite a number of people from three children, Mr. C. E. Crawford, Gainey. H. Wells, chairman of

i; '' ,:,:; was visiting friends and relative,! Carl Cone of Starke, spent saturday In Jacksonville. Heilronn Miss Martha and Effle Crawfod. Mrs. Emmer Boree and children, department.

:r "; here Sunday. night with J. R. Kelly. Robert and A. J. Crawford spent Harold and Doyle, of Jacksonville,
Approximately
\r,' Hi. D. Starling and Grovel The G. A. girls of CorlntJ here last week. the week-end at St. George, Ga., spent! Saturday night and Sundayat Miami Beach Star

Rhodes of Lake Wales, spent the church attended the W. M. U. association Mrs. J. S. Sapp and children,, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. the bedside of her father Mr. $2,000 to be spent to repair
+ '
1 ZIFF her mother Mrs. J. Math Griffis of Starke. Island[ bridge.
week-end with R. M. Johnson and at Pine Grove church were visiting Chism. -
c (Ii e accompanied Th< 9. Rosier Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Roberts and Mrs. L. Boree and children, ISCHAm6B
Gainesville.
family. They were Saturday near MlM Lnl 111.. Lewi Cor. NOTICE; ] OK FINAL:\ on
i'home Sunday by Miss Gertie Johnson G.} A. girls also put on a program Mrs. B. Wilkinson and daughter,, lIOn George and Mr. E. J. Roberta Irene, Inez and Annie Mae of Pen- Sixty day. after date of No.ember.hereof

,' and Audrey Rhodes who have here. Barbara, spent Friday with Mrs of Lawtey, Mrs. Lewis Harris and ney Farms, spent Saturday night to-wlt I; eunder.agned AdmlnlRtrator -
There dance given at the and 1131
was a H. F. Redding.Mrs. Melvin and Cecil of Ellerbee In Starke visiting friends of Horace Mebry.
Estate
here for two weeks. Saturday sons, of the
Lillian
Miss Kelly spent
been visiting
tit. "
home of Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Prescott nt '""
Fred Conner and children and Mrs. R. N. relatives. deceased, ,
Mr. ouch dminLr
Among those who attended the night in Starke with MINes A large were visiting and final account : A !
night. AGardiner
Saturday Miss Pencle Sapp spent Sun- afternoon.TIIERESSA Melba Prevatt spent Saturday Honorable Oeo.
dance given at the home of Mr Muriel[ and Rachel Silcox. and Crawford Sunday trator to the far
). and
.p all a
crowd attended and reported In
and
with Mr. County Judge
S. Ro ler. and Sunday
R.
with Mrs.
e night ask
f and Mrs. S. L. Prescott of Zlff, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley McRae and toy Bradford County, Florida, and
;; Saturday night were: Martha Dry- little son, Edwin of Starke, an nice time. at Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Morgan of Mrs. Eugene Griffis and children.: for hi. approval of same and mrdischarge
j Mr. J. W. Lewis was visiting weekend afternoon .. such AdmlnlatralorUL
the Prevatt Sunday
:Mae spent
} Qlen St. Mary, spent
den, and Mildred Mrs.and R. Arly M. Johnson Broughton and, pending this week here with rela Mr. and Mrs. O. W. and Mr. and here with his parents, Mr. and I ,. with Juanita Priest and This lOth Jrlt. fR I t 'g r slsonuu.
Mr.
... children, Gertie Ellen and Madge,, Ives.Mr.. Walter Sibley Fred Hale Mre.I. W. Dyal of. Graham Thurs Mrs. W. M. Morgan. Mire. Rhodo. 7.lder. .- I.Elizabeth Lee. 4- Admlnlatr.t"-

;, :Mr. and Mrs. Ancel Norman, E lop and Arthur McRae motored day.Mrs. Galney and daughter. Miss Mr. and Mrs. Cohen Peele. were '

N "II D. Starling Grover and Audrey to Lake City Sunday.LITTLE visiting Mrs. Gainey's visitors to Starke Thursday.J. Mr. and Mrs. W. T.,Zelgler and
Essie are vis-
.. '::.: Rhodes and Mr. and Mr*. Carl sister, Mrs. J. H. Kelley. E. and J. Q. Rosier were small son, Tommie, of Jackson
and children aU of this ton to Starke Saturday. Mr. and Mrs.
Hough ville were visiting
and laughter -
l' Mrs. J. W. Padgett Fred Conner and Shipman Sapp coon

r.(., place. SPRINGSWillie Cora], were visiting at the were visiting J. E. Rosier Sunday. J. J. Zeigler Sunday.Mr. Bennett. of Jasper. Is
yrat home of Mrs. H. H. Howard Thurs- Jasper
,"- Mae Newsome Cor. day afternoon.Mr. visiting his sister Mrs. C. Sullivan SPEEDWAY

GARDEN CITY and Mrs. Henry Shaw and this week.
,j; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Newsome otStarke : song Louis and Junior. Mr. and SAXTON Messrs. Bill Sullivan B. J. Mo-

1'' : Miss Lola Starling, Cor. : were the guests of Mr andMrs. I IfrsL. W. Sowell and nephew, J. Cray and Don Schneck of Waldo,, as

., Perry Newsome Sunday af W. Forthy of Mlcanopy, spent Sun Mlm Viola Tyler. Cor. attended the program given at the 101-11 $363

J Mrs. W. C. Wooten was the guest ernoon. day with Mr. and Mrs. Tim Mann school. John house Sullivan Friday and nightMrs. son, Bill I N LOOK AT THCSIFEATURES
Garden City
g; it of Mrs. E. E. Burney last week. Mr. and Mrs. Perry ,Johns elVoodlawn Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Padgettwere Percy Waters of visiting as .
I J Mr. Earl Johns was visiting Garden were the guests of Mr.and 'visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lee attended prayer meeting at Saxton and Mrs. B.Sullivan's J. McCray brother were Mr. J. 1 ll..ty ."e..e.I .
Mrs.
week. Mrs. Perry Newsome of Lit Crosby Sunday. Wednesday night = 1 D8---.a
City Wednesday of last I :
af
Rivers and family J. Zeigler and family Sunday Why buy any wcond-choice tire
.'f Mrs. Emma Dlckerson was visiting tle Springs Sunday.Mr. Rev J. H. Kelley and Mr. Minnie Mr. George Trud..
ii' : Mrs. Tommie Waters last Russell Carter and SImeon Groover attended church at Cro- attended to business In Starke ternoon. when FIRST<
r, 13:' week. Phillips' were the guests of Pitt ford Lake Saturday and Sunday.A Fuesday. Miss Pearl Jordan, home demonstration took more? Carefully mounted free. 3 .:::: :ukuopKe.re4dl ": :;;;.
r attended servicesat Mr. W. A. Tyler and family and agent of Starke,
Mr. and Mrs. Thornton and Lacy rewsome Sunday.Mr. large crowd : ell
I Jr. at the schoolhouse OxnlM !
''J'Thornton, and Mrs. Waters attend. Johnnie Cowart of LittleS Deaden Sunday afternoon which Mr. O. T. Nelson attended church part In the program ___ ,
| !; made business trip to was conducted by Rev.' Taylor of it Pine Level church Sunday. Friday night. ::1 ***** **-
gre y lif 11 ed New River church Sunday. brings, a. Miss Gean Tyler was the guest Friday night an exhibit of theiH Register Motor Co. S = _u.
afternoon.
Ik Miss Ola Mae Andrews was the acksonvllle Monday Hampton.Mr. Qeenaa.edger5f.brPflON1J
; 'v guest of Lola Starling Sunday. Miss Lots Johns of Woodlawa, L W. Dyal of Graham was rf Miss Virginia Brantley of Harts- club work was given at the A 10SSTAttKK 6 world..!....alr.t.b.r
members.
I>' Mr. Brady Collins was the guest was the guest of Miss Alma and In our section Thursday.Mr. .. buy Batarday.. school house by the Brown' of Lawteymd &Urge crowd enjoyed programand 7 .
y Little LeeuMrt of Stark pasted warn Gladys
go* DellA Lee Thomas Sunday. Edn& Newsome of SpriagJ At a late ) FLORIDA ;:ttm 11I0'1A17m'ltno -
attended were played.
Starke -
of
.;! : Mrs Emma Dlckerson and Ab->> Sunday afternoon.Mr. through our section Monday. Harry Edwards games .. -
W.y I .."ad. =
\
refreshments were
hour
,, 1i:,," :i.jbie Waters were the guests of Mrs. and Mrs. Owen Carter of Fred Shaw L. O. and Johnnie church at Saxton: Sunday reported an enjoyable
l L of Lewis Raatle Mann light. Everyone
'f/"Nancy: /) Starling Thursday. Little Springs were the guests were visiting ,



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SECTION A NEWS are commonly eaten. '
I I We enjoyed the history plays In The container In which the k

311.: s JOURNAL Members of Section A of the [ history Monday. lunch la carried shoul-1 I be easy to
ninth grade were suprslaed l when j We enjoyed the talk Mr. Gray pack, convenient to carry and of 1
they walked in Monday morning i gave in history. j such shape and material that it
to find a new home-room. Mr. I Beatrice Mosoley donated two can be cleaned easily. Paper cups ,+ '
I;, Thomas had varnished the furniture gold-fish to the room. cartons or paper boxes when used '
Editor-in-Chief SUWANNEE HIGH WILL PLAY BRADFORD 111011 DROPS in Mr. Hudson's home-room. Seventh grade motto: The seventh In packing, make it possible to add
HOPE HATNESManaging TORNADOES HERE THIS WEEK The chairs and tables looked very grade has selected for its extras to the lunch which are both, N,
INITIAL TILT TO UNION
SOCIETY motto: Think More and Speak
Editor I I nice. palatable and necessary in the
Joyce Mast, Editor Less. diet. White and
ROBINSON (By Lester Schnell) paper napkins
ELDREDGE Schnell.
(By Le.tet/: ) Willis,, Smith. Reporter. y
Editor This week Suwannee High from I WHAT WOULD HAPPEN IF oiled paper are inexpensive and
Exchange Live The Bengal Tigers from Lake helpful to foods to themin
ABBIE HARLEY Oak will visit Bradford's local Bee Miner went to the circus I wrap keep
[ BROWNLEE Assltan gridiron to play them In the Thursday to see her friends in the I Butler made a. successful invasion Stanley Bennett had his English FOURTH GRADE NEWS good condition and to prevent
MARTHA second game of our chedule. In of the local football field Friday TJulia exchange: of food flavors. If possible -
Literary Editor this game we are hoping over- zoo.Mr. carving out a 12-0 victory over Tyson couldn't giggle 7 We have some new pictures in the lunch should be packed1 A kf
Elmer
LUCILLE EDWARDS come our losing start If our team McMillan an ex-B. the fighting Tornadoes who carry Mildred McRae couldn't ask Mr. our room. so that foods to be eaten first are
Assistants: Essie! Sapp, OkieHlnson Ils really In stride we are certainof H. S. student is visiting Starke. the colors of Bradford High. However Morrow why Several boys and girls out of our on the top. Every packed lunch '
Genevieve Kenly. Lou- gaining sweet revenge from the Rhoda Zeigler had the toothachelast it cannot be said that the; Lillian Sternberg couldn't chew room went to the circus: Sadie should contain two paper napkins SI
lee Jackson. defeat they gave us last week so got excused and had Tornadoes were altogther to blame I gum TElaine Prince Harold Bishop and Leonard one to be used as a table cloth and q
Last year however we sealon'j to go clear to Gainesville to see a for the loss as they sent a very Wynn wore anklets? Smith. Mrs. Hart also went. one to serve as a napkin. i E Egreasy
Sports Editor great disadvantage as the game dentist (o* course Thelma P. had light team to the field as com- A. W. Anderson forgot his "Pan Luther Lennon was sick and I Omit In packed lunches fried or I 1
JOHN INMAN was played away from home. to go too.) pared to that of the Tigers. Am" sign? couldn't come to school Monday. : foods foods that become +

Assistants: Letter Schnell, Although we may be up against John Inman goes to Gainesville Seemingly the Tornado backfield Miss Middleton assigned one Sadie Prince spent last week in soggy or crushed such as fruit
George Arwood, Holcomb Ov- a heavier team than we have, we every Sunday night. (Wonder did not run true to form. chapter in history I II Jacksonville pie most pickles and relishes as? ''w
erstreet, Woodfln Halle Grat- are sure that we can hold our own what's over there T) Fumbles were made In the shadows .I they are too strongly acid and too '
Cooper. of the goal post, which Is a THE SCHOOL LUNCH .seasoned of sweet '
ton and give them a fight all the way Elizabeth Williams SECOND GRADE NEWS Highly an excess .
through. Carolyn disastrous, incident at any time foods such as heavily Iced cake 4
Editor
Society Hutto and Elena Prather went to The child's school lunch should i
especially when a team is trail- '
and flavors and
JOYCE MAST Again we wish the support of all The second grade gave ths pro- preserves, strong .
our followers and if Gainesville last Wednesday nightto Ing by a couple of touchdowns and gram In the elementary chapel be planned just as carefully as excess of seasoning: coffee and tea
will
Assistants: Lola Adkins, they giveus see "three somebody's." loses this opportunity.On Monday morning.They any other meal. It is Importantthat aa they are stimulants and should
Rhoda Zeigler, Carolyn Hutto loyal backing in we promise thema Martha B. had to go to Jacksonville the first play after the kickoff sang two numbers, "The the child receive at least one not be given to growing boys and
good game return. I
Thelma Priest Kathryn The to the doctor about her before the Tornadoes had Brownies", and "Mother Goose's hot dish during the lunch hour. girls. 411
Jessie Mae Dennlson, game will take place Friday This Is most he
Haynes realy caught thelr'seaaon's football Party." essential as may ANNA MAE BIKES I''
Elena Prather Kitty Hodgsed. afternoon on the local gridiron.The foot.Lester Robinson Henry Mast breath the Tiger fullback had Comer Perryman Patsy Keen miss the hot cooked meat at home, ( ,} d
admission will be
School children
Class Reporters12th 20c : and Ralph Cox, all ex-members of caught the Bradford line flatfooted Dorothy Lee Johns C. B. Hayes Inasmuch as the family may have Plant City-New packing house '
; Adults and outsiders,
Grade, Jennie Dunn SSc. the 1932 B. H. S. football team, attended .He plodded right thru and Ida Lulu Davis and Sara Bare- had their hot meal in the middleof for .Ebe Walter, fruit and vege-
llth Grade Bunnle Canova, the game Friday. raced down the field for a touch- foot gave a playlet entitled "A the day and are accustomed to tables broker, nearing completion. y ''r
Marjorie Stump Martha Brownlee and Kitty I I down. The attempt for an extra Story of Washington." serving a cold supper. In such
10th Grade Louise Snyder9th THE PRINCIPAL SAYS: Hoped went to Gainesville Friday. point failed however. Before the ... cases the child received cold food Apalachicola Plane under way e; c Ll
Grade Hazel Lennon Genevieve Kenly spent the week- referee's whistle had sounded for I Miss Florence: "What Is the all day with the exception, perhaps, for construction of Oorrle Bridge
It's never too late to do right. end In Palatka.S. the half-way mark the Tigers most common Impediment In the of a little hot cereal In the early across Apalachlcola Bay.
Joke Editors
Not what do you know but R. Johns Is back in again rallied with, touchdown. morning.The j ;
school. Weare a of
CLYDE MORGAN what can you do? speech American people? school lunch has ...... ........ .. .. .. ... ..... ... ifr;
very glad too. Again they attempted to make the A. E. Wall: "Chewing gum." a triple
Assistants: Bunnle Canova Learn to do by doing.Be Okie motored to Brooker last extra point but failed. function to perform, that of pro-
Morris Jackson Ruth Howe careful kind, friendly courteous Sunday. I The Tornadoes did not really regain Stuart Plans being made to viding the means for health protection -
Juanita Dukes Lots Long. and helpful. Lula is up! their feet until the last quar- establish park on 47acre addition of opening the way for ATLASThe
Keep to the right. Don't breakthrough Lois A. motored to Gainesville, ter. More than once they threat- just east of courthouse. health promotion and of allowing
lines. Tuesday as usual. ened to make a touchdown. They opportunity for health Instruction.To .
+ LITERARY NEWS I .Don't run in the halls. We are glad to welcome a new also drove back the Tigers time made 2 and 1 yards in consecutive do this the school lunch shouldbe Standard Oil '
Come to school on time but student to our school Elaine An- and again and checked further plays. H. Tyson raced around left light' so that it may be easily
don't come too early and waste drews, an ex-student of :M. H. S. scoring by them. end for 15: yards. Time out for digested and satisfying to appeasethe Tire Guaranteed '
Rev. Gus Kline who is holding time. The twelfth grade all stayed The Tornadoes were trying des- Lake Butler H. Tyson lost 2 at appetite. It should supply '
I protracted meetings! at the Methodist Enough time is wasted each dayto home to study history over the perately to ward off defeat and line. Robinson made 1 yard and such food as will promote circulation One YearFrigidaire i..
church made announcementsto learn all of your lessons for week-end. were going great guns as the game I then threw an Incomplete pass. He 'to keep the body warm sup-

tbe elementary school. at a call that day. Lorle Kelley wont shopping In neared a close. However they then lost 3 by fumble. ply a renewal of energy for clear N...........t
I chapel Wednesday. Help your teacher your classmates Lake Butler Saturday. failed to pull the game out of the Tiger quarter circled right end thinking, relieve fatigue, and It .""
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Prof. Gray has purchased three your class your school. By Thelma and Pauline went to the fire. For alibis we have none. We for 2 yards Fullback made 1 and should be refreshing and stimulating -
| new chairs for the office.A so doing you will help yourself.Don't show Friday night. lost our first game fairly and lost 2 yards In two tries. Starke to the child so as to prepare
banner of Florida schools has' deface public property. If Ruth Rowe went to Gainesville squarely but we believe that we I downed 18-yard punt. him for his afternoon studies.
In you can't build up.-don't tear Sunday night.Seventeen can easily overbalance this defeat H. Tyson hit line for 12 yards To meet all these requirementsit
| been placed the hall upstairs. !
down. ninth grade students by winning some fair and square Robinson Gained D, but fumbled Is moat essential that the child
AU of the work books for the Be friendly. Be big. Think big attended Sunday school and church victories in the remainder of our 'on next and Tigers recovered. receive a hot lunch or at least one the three year guar- t $I
[ different classes have arrived and and your thoughts will rise. Day last Sunday. schedule. Fullback circled left end for 4 hot dish at noon hour: The noon-
most of the pupils have theirs. by day In every way get better yards, but failed to gain on next time meal provided with a varied anted
Prof. Gray brought a large and better. You can if you think SENIOR CLASS NEWS Play by Play Description of tWO attempts. FUllbaCK puntea, hot dish breaks the cold monotonyof refrigerator
number of magazines for use in you can. the Game and Tornadoes recovered on their "a sandwich, an apple and a
the Commercial Geography class. Leon A. Gray, The Senior class welcomed one (By Lester Austin.) own 35-yard line. piece of cake," and not only pro-
Plans are being made for adding Principal B. H. S. of its members Ina Forsyth backto The B. H. S. Tornadoes openedthe H. Tyson split line for 4 yards. motes the health of the child,
t teacher and placing part of the school this morning. She has pigskin season here Friday by Time out for Starke. Inman failedto whereas health instruction Is pro- For sale bySmith's
first grade In the hall of the wing SOPHOMORE CLASS been absent due to the recent Illness restricting an experienced well- gain and Robinson punted. vided by Interesting' the children In
of the building to relieve the congestion and death of her father. balanced Lake Butler outfit to two Tiger left half was pushed out the wise choice of foods for health
In Miss Ray's room. There Why is the first biology lab. Our class had charge of the first touchdowns. Our team fumbled of bounds on Starke's 30-yard line. and their place In the diet; by establishing
are sixty-eight pupils now enrolledIn period hopeless? assembly program last Friday. constantly sometimes near the He did the same on the next play.' good habits of health, Service
the first grade. Because Hope has to go to This was a short skit representingB. goal line when a clean play might Quarter's pass was Incomplete. cleanliness and good etiquette for
Spanish II. H. S. five hundred years from have erased that ,"0" opposite Half failed to gain. Fullback each child when preparing, serving, 1'r '
JUNIOR CLASS NEWS Miss Elizabeth Hollingsworth today. At the end of our play Mr. Starke's name. The Tornado's punted. eating and clearing the midday Station
spent Sunday in Gainesville. Gray gave two readings for us. harmony and teamwork was much H. Tyson returned to Tiger's 20-. meal; and by Introducing from P Pn
There will be no banquet this Miss Dorothy Smith of Haw- Each, one of the poems snowed us inferior to Lake Butler's but that yard lino and lost 8 yards on bad, time to time the unfamiliar foods r
year for the Seniors. The Seniorswill thorne was visiting In our school the way to real honest success. was due to inexperience; some of fumble on the following play. Starke, Fla.
probably be entertained with Friday. Other numbers on the program our men had never played in a'' Third Quarter TRAIN SCHEDULE!
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a picnic a dance. Alma Thornton before. Our schedule changes Sunday, 1 &
or who has Just were: Two vocal solos by Annie game Lake Butler kicked off and pen- '
The Junior class will be In recovered from an appendicitis op- Laura Tucker and a piano selec- H. Tyson Strickland and Robinson alized for offsides. H. Tyson May 22nd and trains will run as'
charge of the chapel program this eration, started to school Monday. tion by Miss Marjorie Stump. did commendable work for the makes good return to his 42yardline follows: OVER WODIJ'
week. With the cooperation of the Sidney Hershfleld motored to : home team, with Drew and the and followed with an 8-yard No. 1 Southbound local due -
whole class we expect to have a Jacksonville Saturday. FRESHMAN CLASS quarterback standing out for the burst around right end. Inman failed Starke 10.09: p. m. KERVEfm Squ
good program. Charles Pender motored to the SECTION B NEWS Jungle-dwellers. The little bare to gain. H. Tyson hit line for No. 11, Southbound local due
In typing Friday the following lake Saturday.Miss headed quarter stood bead and 3 yards and first down. Inman hit Starke 9.20: a. m. -
record was made: Fernandez caught a cold The entire ninth grade held a shoulders above the others In heel- line for 1. Lake Butler recovered No. 107 Southbound limited, due
Highest In first class Dolly Din- and bass Instead of class work and footwook. K. Starke 10:27: a. m.
now sings so- meeting September 19, to Tyson's fumble on their 40yardline. t. _
klna with 43 sentences. prano. vote on colors motto and flower. Score by periods: H. Tyson stopped fullback af- No. 2 Northbound local due
The second class did not enter The Lake Butler __6 8 0 0-12 Starke 8:19: a. m. ;
Elaine Andrews started to school motto is, "Speed Up and ter 10 yard gain. Time out for
because chapel Interfered. This will Monday. Reach the Goal." Starke .._____0 0 0 0- 0 Lake Butler. By Tyson went !In No. 12, Northbound local due IruI
only happen once every six weeks. By Mary E. Wynn. The colors are "Pink and Blue." First Quarter for H. Tyson. Tiger's fullback loot Starke 3:31 p. m. I
Highest In third The Starke elected to kick off and No. 108 Northbound limited due
class George flower is "Rose. <4< yards on fumble which Starke
Arwood with 85 sentences. Mrs. Long: "Leslie give me a Robinson hoisted the oval to left recovered.B. 1 Starke 8:01: p. m.
Highest In fourth class Loin sentence using the word 'satiate' ?" Harry Tyson: "My mother says guard who retuned to his 40yardline. Tyson lost 2 yards at line Starke and Wannee 101 leaves
Long with 32 sentences. She was Leslie: "I took Geraldine Johnsto rm a wit. (I, The fullback made 1 yardat but retaliated with a smash that Starke 7:00 a. m. I--
considered the best typist for the a picnic last summer and Til Hope Haynes: "Well she's half line and then raced around netted 2 yards. Robinson handled No. 102 arrives 2:40: p. m. '
week. satiate quite a lot." right. right end on the next play for 69 ball slowly and lost 2 yards. He Closing of Malls
-- --- yards and the first touchdown. Try punted. South _
for extra point failed.H. Halfback returned punt 20 yards No. 11, Parcel post Monday
SCHOOL DAYS By DWIG Tyson received kickoff, ad- to Tornado's S -yard lln*. Quarter Wednesday and Friday 9.03: a. m.
vancing to Starke' 40-yard line. made incomplete pass. Full fail- No. 107 Letters special deliveryand + '
He made 4 yards at line; S yards) ed to gain and punted. special handling parcels 10:10a. : UP TO rear' eat 'In worfeeirerir 'li
each on the next two plays in sue Starke took over the ball. Quarterback m. nerve at high tension.
"""S"e d RoN r+uJA cesslve line smashes. H. Tyson failed to gain and full lost North. N. wonder you snap at the wife G ; ,
agMUwe oec tP. U.AS WN6 b'IYw :: I punted out of bounds. 1. Robinson raced around left end No. 12, Parcel post and letters, and bark at the children.Watoh d

w\ >bete IT : Moo WANT lb- Starke penalized B yards for off for 22 yards. He lost 1 at line on ,Tuesday Thursday and Saturday essve way lead oat! to Overworked Sleeplessike. t { ,
b.Tttxs A A V4 SGoi side. Fullback twice failed to gainat each of next two tries. Fullback 3:15: p. m. nee. Nervous t Her. '
AK T..u\ a"?t. It A uotoTIiLII, line, then made B yards at right gained 1 at line. Quarter lost 4 on No. 108, Letters, special deliveryand .... ttdlffestloa; : 9p
PRtS;t eo t'tf \ end. Fullback punted. right end run Robinson punted out special handling parcels 0:40: ether unpleasant di.tarbestnree.)
",,' It Ct,4tttret>B """ tAt ,\cctc.'" Robinson' pass was interceptedbut of bounds on Tornado's 45 yard p. m. Why don't yon .try Dr. Miles?
fRO 't tl'S' 44 t.- not returned far. line. Night malls close at 8:10: p. m.: Bfferveaeeat H...... T.blet.lt.last
!\ \.... C"t 1' tt'8 i No. 1 one in a half (.lasswater eC
I 7NtRe jW Lake Butler fullback failed to Fourth Quarter due at 10:59: p. m.; No. 2,
1
"I" makes
a pleasant spark-
TtoWs WI gain at line but gained 5 yardson due at 6:19: a. m. r
I 'Pt tt; RTatrg Tiger quarter made 12 yard gainat Hag drink delightfully aoothInc
.\\At4C1iRJ\wtP\ t sot 19 o ttM: next play. Strickland tossed right end. Robinson threw half Starke te Bell Branch to orer-taxed lien_ +?
1W-1 .NORSESIb. t "11'\1te.L1fACoRStS fullback for IS: yard loss after for 4 yard 10... Quarter lost 1 yardat Mall closes 7:00 a. m. Dr. :Mllee Nervine Is now !

foot Tur'1Tt1E NORSE\ "Too ,.. forcing him back. Pass was good right end. Fullback punted. Mall arrives. 2:40: p. m. Made la two forms Liquid and i
THet K 1 'tatR: for 10 yards. Next pass was in- H. Tyson returned to his 28 yard Blue nllAhNiIlI... Effervescent Tablet. Both have a, ,
\ ,. He.a T.tel NvJ51C) b O\C 1H"t4T --x- complete. line. Tyson netted 8 yards In spire Dally, effective Jan. 1, 1032. the same soothing effect. ,
Starke has the ball. They were Ited end dash but lost 1 at same Northbound-B.03: a. m., 1:09: p. $140. at year drag stop. ,
tJ tJ"AL penalized for offsides, 5 yards. place. He punted and B. Tyson m., 4:99: p. m., 8:19: p. m. O'R'. "": t!!&"
Fullback made 3 yards at right recovered on Tigers 38-yard line Southbound-9:34: a. m., 12.34: p.
end. Inman smashed line for 12 Time out for Starke. B. Tyson losta m.. 4:34: << p. m., 12:CO a. m.
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yards, and made three on next play. yard at line. Robinson netted Tickets and Information at t
B. Tyson failed to gain. Robinson 11 yards In a terrlfflc line drive. Smith's Service Station next to .
a 1I punted out of bounds on his Time out for Lake Butler. Inman courthouse. I 'tABL TS i
31 yard line. oat 4 by fumble. H. Tyson raced
Lake Butler fullback made 1 and around left end for S 9 yards and
8 yards on successive tries. He followed with '1 yard at right end. Wake Up You ir' Liver Bile
failed to gain on next. Starke ile next made 3 yards and first
penalized for offsides 5 yards. down. H. Tyson lost 9 yards by
Fullback lost 6 and quarter made slowness. Robinson lost 4 on attempted -
1 at line. Quarter made 16 yardson : pass. H. Tyson lost 1 and -WithiAnd out CalomeSSI '

left end run. Pass was Incom Robinson made incomplete pass. I

plete. Robinson slung Tiger fullback Tooll Jump Oat of Bed--bta MIa b sot tomb, *frWr. r-(...
Second Quarter for 3 yard loss and on the next
CS- dig_. I* .fort..ar. te eM ........
Cason went in for Crosby at play. be threw him for 15 yard fa die Rarin' Go '
Morning to
0.. Web. .p r.w Hiaiik Tra Cs.. a ,
II f center. Tiger fullback made 2 oss. Fullback punted.H. thick.. ,bad tart sad ywr bmtk' .b I 0","...klisitu
i yards through line. H. Tyson pre- Tyson returned punt to Tig- feel soar and sank and the kntka cot to .......* Yes .M. A?
:,f vented touchdown by sensationalstop er's 35-yard line. Shuford sub- IIyaa punk wrier swallow slot ......u4...,...............Yww.. .
after fullback had raced 20 stituted for flaxen at end. Time ef salt. mineral r oil laxative arskl. .k.....a- s ,
yards. Fullback failed to gain out for Lake Butler. Pass was candy or chewing gum and expect Jttatr..taoMec004"'O.A.BTEa"aLnTUl, r iLIYZaU1JaMa
but went 13 yards around left ncomplete. Tigers penalized 10 tbsm to male TOO suddenly I sweet ......,.-w /
end on next play for second touch- yards for interference with pass and buoyant and till of sanshlrte.For Mwl.,6..IWsa4sab.reefs...v9sadep-
down. Extra point try failed. receiver. H. Tyson bit line for S they cant do !K. They only Tam -..as wpaefui. b.1. Mil A, ?
H. Tyson returned kickoff to yards. Robinson netted 6 at right suave the bowels and a mere movement ...hie---.---l. .a.a1 It_.. '
c Starke's 42-yard line. Starke pen end H. Tyson failed to gain and doesn't gel at the cause. The .u.fq. 0.101I....... t3E '
alized 10 yards for roughness. In- then lost 2 yards. feseosi for your d --= man made 4 yards through line, Edwards returned Tiger punt to .hi jroor Brer.It should pour out two Jbthlhwn.r.c..wa ,
0' fAKE.... H. Tyson followed by a 20-yard Tiger's 40-yard line as the game ponaas of liquid bile into your bowels ....... Ihw PICe_ ................... r
gain around right end. Robinson ended. dafly. .' T... ............. oua.c.u.c.,

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COUNTY TEXcan.\rn.: STAHCE. FLORIDA 7, 19SJ
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this opened a Precinct No.1. T-. .
club has .
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r bers: Mesdames T. J. Griffin, E. B MRS. JOHNS CELEBRATES I I tery at Waldo. Mr. Russell was a for Its members, i, Rosier, clerk; T T.! Black, tto R
library i'
Matthews R. :M. Johns, W. F siXTY-Fnrrn BIRTHDAYMrs. 'former resident her and married of Mr.i and circulating is now able to place about two: Blanchard,: and J B Au.. in leaps.Freclnet .
Boulware, J. W. WhiteA.. W Miss Ethel Desha, daughter No. I North
number ''
foietvJ Redgrave, O. L. Haynes, A. Z. Ad- Belle Johns celebrated her and Mrs. George M. Desha, Waldo. hundred good books and a for'I 111, Norman clerLtl! .. F Klmkligr'''

kins, W. B. Middleton, A. W. Anderson sixty-fifth birthday on Sunday. .Besides hU widow, he .la survivedby of the standard This branch periodicals of the out work. .Kred 8cott. and Dr. W B. 1'.tk.. 1.pectore. ic.Precincte ':.
Misses Florence Wood and October 2nd at her home. AU of a young son and a daughter. reading. No. 8. South
at the were con- Is in the bands of :Mrs. Dan Moore, 1. Peek, clerk; George Yo..nll'SI.tk-.r'
Amelia Ray. her children were present! exceptone. I II Services grave Oliver and T. X. W 1(
Thelma Sullivan Kendrick
..I ..... ,ducted by the Rev. W. B. Hicks, librarian, and Miss tU'r';' Inepe.:
BUDDY ANDREWS MR.\ AND MRS. W. IL BIGGS Those present, "were: Mr. and pastor of the Waldo Baptist assistant librarian. lnct No 4. Ornhumernathy T AI
,, t FORMER RESIDENT ENGAGEDMr. : This social evening is but one of clerk; U l', ?Sn"ifh. -
r CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY CELEBRATE FIFTY. :Mrs. C. A. Johns and children, C. church, and the Masonic Lodge.Latest McKinney and W T MkE ...John"
I FOURTH ANNIVERSARY I A. Jr. and Everette Marklee, Mr. reports from Asheville indicated the many good times planned for ap"ctore. |U
F. Homer .
and Mrs. William the future. We
club In near
1' Massachusetts, an Saturday was Buddy's seventh and Mrs. M. L. Johns and children, that Mr. Russell's slayer the Herrperaclerk; I6' O Johm( ? *
i; of Arlington, of their birthday and in the afternoon he Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Biggs ol Eloise and M. l.'Jr.,. Mr. and Mrs. had not been apprehended althougha hope to have every woman and Taylor. and O W, nha, .. ,'asps F iii,'
the engagement
nounce enrolled be- tor.
to Mr. James I was host at a party at th Crescent City, were host and hostess Denzil Thomas and daughter. Angrelne -I number of persons had been ar- girl In our community Precinct Nd

; 'I( O.daughter Alvarez Georgia, formerly, of Jackson- I home of hl. parents,.Mr. and Mra. at a family re-union' Sunday to ;. Mr. and Mrs. Romle Johnsof ,rested as suspects: In connectionwith fore Achievement. Day. lIall.**.Ierk" and: A.B.. 1.81.. .SU Thereao"Jchn liven"Inepeo

villa, but now residing: In Cam- J. W Andrews, Jr. honor of the 04th wedding anniversary Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. the crime.DEMONSTRATION. Sri?
I Massachusetts. Mr. Alvarez The membory of this happy;; of Mr. Biggs' parents, Mr Smith Johns and children, Seber I I II Palm Beach Construction Precinct No. 7, New Rivera
bridge, Crews. clerk E.
M Include the decora and Mrs. W. H. Biggs of Lawtey. Wilford and started on Byron Chandler residence ; A. Sapp H. J. Tar
la the grandson of Mrs. Lai- event will gay George Washington CLUB I ner and J. J. Thomas, Inlp..ctOtl.
la R. Chace of Starke. tlons of coral vine and ferns, i 8 Centering the large dining table Mr. and Mrs. Wesley,, Johns Mr. I- MEETS AT THERESSA I on North Lake Trail, estimated Precinct No. t. Brook.r-M. P.M..
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.. group of merry guests, a blrthda;; was a gold wedding cake with Its and Mrs. Stanley Hodge and children __ I to cost: about $50,000'St. Pre.colt theny clerk and; R.1. :E.R. lia..n Oalney.Inl 8.,.I..,.
cake decorated ,with pink candle minature bride and groom, which Odus and C. B. Jr., Mr. and The There aa Home Demonstration tor.
P"'t.1 LADIES' AUXILIARY WILL and to Mr. and Mrs and children, Petersburg Construction J. 1.. UN)1IUIILL.) !:
and white Icing, jolly game was presented Mrs. N. G. Moody Club entertained at their club Chairman Board hf
,9aU. MEET TUESDAY EENING played on the lawn during the at Biggs with congratulations. Andra Belle Melba and Middleton room Friday night, Sept. 80th.' progressing on 1,000,000 Soldier'sHome. "ATTKBT-. Bradford: County Cuunty ykt .'I_
Balloons and lollypop Those the re-union Besides her children were :
ternoon. attending VeroelL This was their first reception given O. W. ALDERMAN,
the
'} The Ladles' Auxiliary of were given as favors and an Ice were: Dr. and Mrs. E L. Biggs her friends, Rev. C. C. Butler and the public, and there were presentover short Clerk. 10 4,.,,, ,,
? ,, Presbyterian church will meet next course was served those present.The and family Starke; Mr. and Mrs. family Mr. and 1t Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock at guest lint Included: Betty;; Ernest Wells, and family, Law Lake Butler, Mr. and Mrs. J. club room was very attractivewith time ago on more than $700,000
the home of Mrs. Mary Dover with ,and Margaret Stringfellow, Merry; tey; Mr. and Mrs. Babbit and children Moody, Fred Phillips, Mr. and its new' curtains Its library worth of road and bridge work.
1 :Mrs. Dover and Mrs. T. N. Kendrick I Beth Knight, Dorothy Green, Bob Georgetown; Mr. and Mrs, Mrs. Alton Moody and little son. display of canned goods, and flower -
a W i? as hostesses. Mrs. Will Stern by Biggs, Martha Kickliter, Saral T. 8. Biggs, Georgetown; Mrs. A. A bountiful dinner. was spreadon decorations. The Misses Thel- Hlaleah-Mrs. B. M. Catton took
i + will have charge of the program. and Betty Howell Sarah Barefoot, IL Harley, Lawtey; Miss Mattie 'a long table under the big oak i ma Sullivan Mildred Phillips and over" printing plant formerly .owned -
rtil"r
The topic of discussion will b< Richard Beat, ComerPerr'Dlan. St. Mrs. H. K and the beautiful by R. H. Hall..
ply Patsy King, Harley, Augustine trees In the yard I Lucille Bennett, in colonial costumes
ri i i "Alaska. George Flynn, Ida Lu Biggs and son, Barbervllle; Mr 'I'birthday cake rtth sixty-five pink made a very charming pic-
1. r -. lu and Marjorie Davis, L'Etta Cor and Mrs. W. S. Biggs, Crescent candles on It arranged In the shape ture aa they served cake and punchat Palmetto Manatee County

',,, f CIRCLES OF BAPTIST penlng. Sonny Haynes, C. B. and City; Mr and Mrs. W. H. Biggs,, :of a heart was placed In the center ; the tables banked with blossoms State Bank of this place purchasedby
W. M, S. TO MEET Joyce Hayes, Enoa and Betty:: Lawtey. Five great-grandchil of the tabl and evergreens.An First National Bank of Bra-

Hayes, J. A. Martinez, Virginia dren, the oldest of which was JunIor Mrs. Johns received many pres- interesting program was denton.
'; Circle No. 1 will have an all-day Anderson, Gloria Buford, Wllllan Harley, .on of Mr and Mrs. A. ents during tha-.afternoon. given, consisting of songs, recitations 'u 2fOU cannot afford
,;rl, meeting with covered dish luncheon Anthony Andrews, Louise Stern, H. Harley of Starke; other guests Ice cream and lemonade were by Wilson May and Bernice Lake Worth Lake Worth to take chanceswith
aid at the home of Mrs. W. J. Ep Billy Turnbull, Freddie Wimberly, were: Mrs. O. J. Griffin, Starke; served late in the day and then Alford a reading by Lucille Ben- Temple Corporation formed to
person Monday morning: at 10 George and Mary Powell, Billy Owen Griffin, St. Augustine; Prof.I the guests departed wishing Mrs. nett, music; by the Dodd Trio; a handle affairs of Scottish Rite the properly you Lave

o'clock. Circle No. 2 will meet Blakely, Olin White, Jr., Mack Houser and Mrs. Ry back, Cres- Johns many. more years of a hap series of acrobatic poses by Jeddy- Cathedral in this city. acquired.

Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock at Futch, Junior Harley Leonard I cent City; three daughters and one I py life. Belle Varner, eleven years old, whois Insure to the safety margin of(your
the home of Mrs. E. L. Biggs with Smith, Fay Louise and Mary Alice son were unable to be present. an exceedingly clever contor- Van Gordon Construction Co., Increased needs-anil cnlrunl Ihil

:Mrs. Blggrs and Mrs. O. J. Griffin Yarborough, Patsy and Billy Wain- Mr. W. H. Biggs of Antioch, N. IIOLDUP'ICTUI ISBUIUED tionist; an amusing song; Three submitted low bid of $270,641 for Important mailer to an agent '<'po
ti as hostesses. wrlght, Patsy Roberts, Marlon C., was married October 4th, 1878 AT WALDO Wandering Jews, by Misses Doris construction of road No. 13 between repeating only dependable stork
yeti .' Circle No. 3 will meet at the Brown, Helen Oliver, Clarice Gill, to Miss Martha Chaffln of Fayetteville Brown, Bernice and Lois Alford; Gainesville and Waldo. loiuranea eompanlea.
home of Mrs. O. P. Raymond Monday Sue Middleton, Betty and :
: Marjorie N. C., by the brides father talk our
excellent by
held Sun-
Burial services were and a very CXRRKD AND fOflPRCTORSUUNbHAI. We are broadly ruognlz..landoorae..I.
d afternoon at 3 o'clock. Barney, McRae, Jr. Rev. W. F. Chaffln. Mr. Biggs Miss KLKCTIOKiThe .: .
; day afternoon for L. G. Russell at home demonstration agent. : .. to client hat become.
ti3 i. .- was engaged in naval stores for Waldo, who was killed 'Tuesday Pearl Jordan, who also, after the. are of Board Bradford of County County Commlaslon-at their I auark of, dUIIncUou..
v; ', SUNDAY fCIIOOL U. D. C. ELECT OFFICERSFOR several years. They moved to night in Asheville, N. C., when the program was completed, conducted: meeting held In Starke on Monday, (
''R> :- CLASS ENTERTAINED COMING! YEAR Florida! In 1888 and settled near service station ha owned was held a number of games, in which both Clarka October and 3rd, appointed Inapeotora the to following serve at! HAROLD C. WALLINSURANCE

Pensacola. In 1893 they moved to up and robbed..' Funeral services old and young participated, the the General Election to beheld at
r Mia' Vera Claire Robinson entertained The W. T. Weeks Chapter U. D. East Florida and lived in Green were held In Ashevllle and Interment evening ending In a riot of laughter the aeveral precinct, within Brad-
.. .... Y her Sunday school class C., held its first meeting of the fall Cove Springs where Mr. Biggs was In'.;Xaitrel. \ ,Grove ceme- and fun. I ford;; County on :Tuesday,. November8th STARKE. -F .oflJEM
..
s z and friends: Saturday eveningat season Wednesday afternoon and served as county superintendent of ... ... ..,'" -." .. '" ...-,,, -
entertained -
a, her home on Walnut street. were graciously by schools for eight years. At the .. .. .
,, ., -,. '- ." -
The room in which the guests Mrs. E. L. Biggs, Mrs. A.. Z. Ad- close of his superintendency they -
ti enjoyed various games and con- klns and Mrs. O. L. Beasley, at moved to Lawtey where they now SAVE YOUR PLEE-ZING LABELS-;-SEE ANNOUNCEMENT ON FRONT PAGE

., teats were attractively decorated the home of Dr. and Mrs. K.!: L.. live.Mr.

: i r, In yellow and red, autumn flowers Bigge. Biggs was postmaster of
being used to create a colorful setting Choice roses and bowls of dainty Lawtey for seven years and assistant -
? yellow crotalarla were used as postmaster for seven years.
} I At the close of a pleasantly spent decorations In the living room He has since retired from public PLEEZINGFOOD
1 evening the hostess assisted by her where the guests were seated. Mrs. activities.

%t mother. Mrs. J. C. Robinson and L. O. Powell presided over a To this union were born nine

+ r aunt,* Mrs. C. D. Shank and Mrs. lengthy business session at which children, eight of whom are living.
R F. Demorest served punch and time the following officers were Thirty-two grandchildren and five
? wafers to about thirty-five guests elected: President, Mrs. J. M. great-grandchildren.

-.- Brownlee; 1st vice-president, Mrs.
0. L. Beasley; 2nd vice-president, I STORES
.
;,.' 1 MEET WOMAN'S WEDNESDAY CLUB TO Mrs. L. G. Powell; secretary, Miss I =
Madge Middleton; treasurer, Mrs.\/ FAVORITE RECIPES
Wilson historian, Mrs. E. L. I
J. E. ; ,

an'October The. Club first 12th will meeting, at be 3 held o'clock.of Wednesday the wom-,, Biggs Ray.The; registrar, Miss\/ Olive E. 1 Tomato Aspic SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, OCTOBER TTH & STH!

C. Knox dissolved
p Florida DIvision U. D. 1 package gelatin
} Hostess: Mrs H. V. Knight, will hold Its annual convention at in cold tomato juice then heat
tv t '+e' Mrs.: J. C. Hoover, Miss Florence this month and the following same to melt it, 4 tablespoons of Plee-Zing Pillsbury's
Wood,,.Mra T. T. Long, Mrs. W. B. ,Hollywood MILK tall 5c
level -
delegates were elected: vinegar 1 can tomatoes, 1 cans Rest
/ J. E. ,
: Parks. Mrs. L. Wyman, Mrs. ,
Mrs. L. A. Davis and Mrs. J. E. teaspoon of salt, add celery, olives, FLOUR
Corpenlng. I Wilson; alternates Mrs. 0. L. cucumbers and red peppers, 2 tea- ,
,x'' ;. Plans are being;made for a reception -
and Mrs. E. L. Biggs. spoonfuls of sugar.
to be given at the Woman's Beasley During the social period the Mrs. J. M. :Mitchell 6lbs. ... 19c lea Oats 6lbs. ---- .. 20c
i' ---- --- - -
.' : Club on Friday night, October or
i; a 14th at 8 o'clock, in honor of the ompany:: waa favored with several Starke, Fla. 12 lbs. __ ___ .. __ ____ 34c 121bs. __ ___ __ -- 38c

..: teachtfra and faculty of the Brad- siano selections by Miss Marjorie -Cake 241bs. 64c 101bs. __. ___ 15c 241bs. _____ 69c
ford High School. The Woman's Stump. The hostesses served a Raisin __.__ __ ___ .___ ___ -
tempting salad course to the following 1 box of raisins, 1.2 cup butter
I Club and the Business Men's Club,
1 members: Misses :2 S teaspoons soda, 2 teaspoons nut-
f ,. to be, Joint-hostess. and host. Madge chapter Middleton' and Amelia meg, 2 teaspoons cinnamon. 1 1-2 TOILET TISSUE, Cloth Crepe Sword Toilet Tissue rolls lOc l

Ray, Mesdames W. G. Halle, L. H. cups sugar 2 eggs, 8 cups flour. rolls 21cleeZing
Hill. L. A. Davis, W. E. Torode I* Beat eggs, butter, sugar and Plee-Zing .. Full Count 650 Sheets
On Air f O. W. together. Cook raisins In 3L2
I Stagg Q. Powell, E. S. Matthews, spices
Roberta, E. K. Perryman,,, Effla cups of water 10 minutes, stir
Honduras
Miner. S. E. Brownlee, J. :M. In soda In 1 cup of water using Coffee f f Extra Fancy Long
IIt Brownlee, W. L. Wall, O. L. water In which the raisins were uPl train

InH .. Haynes, J. E. Wilson and J. W. An- boiled. Add flour, and raisin which VI iVI ; ;

drews. have been dusted with flour. If de- 1 Ib. Vac. _...;__ _,.._-.-- ______ ____ 32c
The chapter will be entertainedthe sired add 1 cup of nuts and teaspoon 19
> first Wednesday In November of vanilla. Bake about 1 1 Fresh Ground, lb. ______.___*.:.____ 20c 3lbs. __ _. ____.,.._, _- -------

by Mrs. J. W. Andrews and Mrs. O. I 1.2 hour in slow oven. Ground Special, lb. _______ ____ 16c Blue Rose, 5 Ibs ___ ____ __-_ 15c
L. Haynes.W. Mrs. II. L. Brownlee,


ATTENDED. M. 8. HELD MEETINGS.WELL Cheese-Cake Stark, Fla. SUGAR, 5 lbs. - 21c JELLY, Guava or Apple, each 5cFender's


MONDAY AFTERNOONThe Filling: 4 heaping tablespoonsflour

t a +t rtC circles of_the_Woman's Misilonary -I I cakes, 2 cream Ibs. cottage cheese cheese, 1 1-or' 5 cupssweet 1-2 Plee-Zing Biscuit Flour pkg. 27c Salad Dressing pints 13c

,
,
Society of the Methodist cream 1 cup sugar, 6 eggs ,
1' 1.2' teaspoons vanilla, juice of
church: held well attended meetings

Monday afternoon and after 1-2 lemon. 1 Plee-Zing Combination Raisins, seedless, 15 oz. pkg. ___ ____ lOc
Beat yolks of eggs with sugar,
and service
the business worship 15c
and flour. Put SHAKERS lOc Prunes 2 Ib.: pkg. ______ -
the hostesses entertained during Add cream, flavoring SALT AND PEPPER __ ------- -

1 the The social Harriet period.Peek Circle was other cheese: ingredients.through a ricer Beat and whites add ofIggs to (Filled, ready to use.) Cherries R. S. P., No. 2 can 2 for __- 25c


and tntertalned Mrs. Hamilton by Mrs.Hitch F. H.at Long the Crust stiff: 1 and box fold of Into Zwieback the mixture.crackers Turnip Greens: No. 2 O f for Plee-Zing 2 Pkgs

rolled real fine Add :2 table- & MACARONI, ... .
home of the former. The circle Cu n&peansNo.. 2..._ _... - --
MOS ALONZO 6TA5Q leader, Mrs. J.. H. Bitch, presided poona of butter and mix well. SPAGHETTI .
.
Fresh White Limas No. 2 --- -- -- -
In and _
ALONZO 8TAGQ.' Chi- ver> the business session and the LIne cake. pan. put fining "' 191jC 15c
AMos lake :20 minutes In real hot oven, NOODLES __ _
led Mrs. No. 2 -
1 7l-yeer.eld dean of football devotional service was by Corn, Sweet, -- ---
lieud ff. G Halle. educe heat and cook slowly for" 1tour.
poaches, will up lUfl All
: America Football Show from Nat\ Mrs. and Mrs. Rltch, assisted .
? Long 9c
a Haven.)< Friday. night. October e. by Miss Lois Long, served Mrs. N. Sternberg. Pure Creamery Butter pound. 24c Best Grade White' Bacon, pound.
on the eye of the Yale-Chicago landwlches and tea to the followIng Starke, Fla. ,
Kara which brings him back: to .
Mesdames J. W. An-
guests
:
f. ills Alma, Mater's gridiron for the 15c
,,
i Brat time In 40 jr li
1 The star Yale end of 1988! who L. D. Green A. H. Harley Jr., L.A. 19cLibby'
spa became the father of "modern .. Davis W. O. Halle, E. K. Per- We wish to thank all our friends Guavas fancy No. 2 1-2 can ______ 15c CHEESE, full. cream, lb. ___:.._----

rootbaU" will broadcast his view yman., Pearl Snyder, W. M. Morrow for their kindness and sympathy, and Cat Food 3 for _____ 25c
25c Spot Dog '
of the.t>32 bason under auspices and D. B. Williams. and the beautiful floral otrerrIDpdurin& Beets, cut, No. 2 1-2 can, 2 for -

: ?'"" of the All America Doard of Football The Noble White Circle was entertained the recent sickness and Plee-Zing Choice Cuts Beef Roast, lb. _...____-,18c.
.
over a coa -coast Columbia by Mrs. W. B. Parka and death of our father.

: 'network.the past week's The ten gridiron bent plav battles rs of Ira A. Wood, at the home of the Ina Forsyth Pure Extracts, all flavors, bottle _____ 9c No. 1 Sliced Breakfast Bacon Ib.____ 15c

y +' as chosen:will b*by announced leading IDOTM by Christy writers combined ormer. Dainty with pink blue coral ageratum vine L. B. .Forsyth. Plee-Zing (use the best) Smoked Sausage, lb. ___________:._ 15c

., Walsh, director of the program.) formed charming decorations for BEASLEY!: THANKS VOTERSI Baking Powder, 1 Ib. can .___ ,______ 23c Boiled Ham, lb. _.__________--- 30c
The two most ppotaculnr( pUrn he living room where the guests 15c
;
of the week will bit reenacted issembled. wish to thank the people of Plee"Zing'California Oval Hamburger, lb. ___..,.*...L--------
with all the color of stadium cheer- Mrs. E. M. Johns circle leader Btarke for the fine vote given mea 15c
\ Ib. 2 for.---------: 19c Weiner; lb. ,. .:..
: bur and college mesto.Stagga resided over the business session the city election of September Sardine, can, ?-------- ----- ----

rise to football prominence 13th... Pork Ribs lb., ________-__ ___ lOc
14c
has all the drama of an Alser; and the worship service wan conducted Zing..Apple Butter, 28 oz. jar __ ;-- -
success: itorjr. Determined to be- by Mrs. W. E. Middleton. (Signed.) O. L. .BEASLEY. 3 Ibs. for 21c Sugar Cured Skinned Ham, Ib.CARRADINE'S ____ 15c
,
Shortening ____
Vegetole
J come a ralitater. .t. nny" 'worked ).Piss Amelia Ray talked on the +-- ,
.
:his 'way throng!: Yale illTln'.ty! ubject of the Shanghai Medical MRS- BRqOKS' SHOP CLOSES .
'school., abovfOlln1t << j ', : A. H. GREEN I .J.. W.\ WHITE &
.. odd lobe.pUclief.He starred His brat a*1e-QIbaeeb.U women of Southern Methodism.. Mrs. Ada B-;; ; this
football Ira. A. W. Anderson read a paper week that she .to leaving Starke
j;, .il';. (he flltud a about practice by: .secWflnt day gapHd*.1 luln Concerning .woman's work in on a vacation to be spent at her LAWTEY.. FLA. Phone 86( Starke, Fla. Phone. 62 Starke. Fla.

was drafted at c once tut abe varsity/ 1LIaa. torn la Oklahoma city. Her We Carry Wilson & Toomer QcaJity'
-Walter Cama: ..rutw( :9192an' Mr*.. Parka and Mr. Wood .... beauty ahop will be closed duringer 'F riUlx r.Alrn fun II... trf Quality W Carry Fall: Ua> of
nle All America tnm 11I I isted by little Beverly Parks and absence and abe wishes to Seeds at Lowest Prices
Seeds at Lowest Prices _
i it b. hall heM the al'1tll"t" la t?>. : use Kitty Hogsed. served a sweet hank her many friends for their
b i >pigskin> sport ever slats! ?, course to the following' circle mem- tatronag during; her stay bore j

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,_OCTOBER.. .1, ma. :___. ._ .. .. If1t1DIe0CD rot"'N'!''!!' .!"m! \yn, STATIKE._ !: FLOmUJ'. _i __ ___ __ l'AloE 1"n"B"
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'- 0' ----- ---- -' ''-
,j.LS2S25Z57S'u2SZ5'u: c.5252SZ45Z5C5525Z5t 5ESL2.'WI 'i ach-child of school age, now attending per months for 2 months; Mrs. W. State of Florida, minute. book No 7, page -' of

i Governor rt I : Mrs. Myrtle Priest, A. Feeler $5.00 per month for 2 County of Bradford-ss. I the records of said county. i,
Starke, $6.00; Mrs. Lizzie: Tompkins months; O. H. Crawford $6.00 for _, Q. W. Alderman, clerk of circuit (Official Copy.) G. W. Alderman i i'I
Bits of Roosevelt Starke, $-1.00; Mrs. :Mary 1 month; Bob Matbis, $2.00 per; court of the above county do ''I Clerk of Circuit Court ". a '
Philman. Starke, $2.00; Mrs. Cella 'month for 2 months; Mrs. Maggie; The board thee took a recess I (
Sayt Redding. Lawtey, $8.00; Mrs. Missouri Strickland, $2.00 per month for 2'' hereby certify that no part of the II until Wednesday October 12th 10 :" "5 1'' i
+ Hodges Lawtey, $4.00; Mrs. months; Mrs E. M. Coleman, $2.00; above commissions, shown" as o'clock a. m. at which Urn they i \
I Lcai .IeWs "Alice Bradley, Lawtey, $4.00; Mrs. per month for 2 months.A I "Balance Due Tax Assessor, have) will revise the registration books
Dave Holder, Starke;. $4.00: Mrs. petition from citizens of been paid by the county and tax I and attend to any other business, ,
assessor Is enUUed to set
same as
Leah Brown, Starke, $0.00; Mrs. Brooker asking help for Charles that may be legally presented, Including .\
Concerning Our People, Business and Miriam Klckllter ,.Stark. $2.00; Brown, colored, was refused I forth and approved by the board of I I! bids on state tax sal car
county commissioners under date
Mrs. Susie Hardee..Thereaaa, $2.00; Bill of $14.90 for medicine for tificates.
of the County and Town. of October S 1932 and recorded in I '
Progress Mrs. Nellie Griffls, Stark. $4.00; Mr. Romaine was ordered paid. I :! G. W. Alderman, clerk ("t

Mrs. Pearl Snyder, Stark. $4.00; E. W. Hayes, tax assessor of ------.--.--"___ dt
Mrs. Nettle Starling, Starke, $4.00 Bradford county, Florida, presented
___....."r'Jr'J nnnnclSLCaeoncannnnne: ; : : ;; :: :I :I a ;
sR'E.1TIIER ---------------- 1 TOO believe In
Mrs. Pinky Thornton, Starke, the tax assessment roll for the
*
REPORT Mrs. C. A. Knight and Mrs. E. but i mean It to .. )' $4.00. year, A. D. 1932 covering the real
M. Johns motored to Gainesville that the word Implies. I Bids for wood for the court house estate and personal property of
compiled by Starke branch, Wednesday afternoon. that our industrial and and jail were opened and showedas Bradford county.: After due consideration
& Forestry Service. system Is made for Individual. follows; W. W. Coleman bid and Inspection by the i
ending Sept 4, 1932. Dr. and Mrs. M. B. Henong of and women: and not Individual $3.05 per cord; Willis Dyal bid Board of County Commissioners,
week Max. Min. Preclp Jacksonville, were guests Tuesday and women for the benefit of 3.50: per cord; Leonard Griff the same was accepted. It was

t.28 87 67 of Mr. and Mrs. T, J. Griffin. system.. bid $3.75 per cord; Arch Prevatt ordered that one copy be forwarded
t.29 89 69 bid $1.25 per stran or $4.00 per to the state comptroller, one
t.30 81 67 Mrs. C. W. Henderson, Mr. Mast "I believe that the cordH.; Howard bid $3.40 per copy given to the county tax col.
1 82 63 Tr. and Miss Effie smith of Trenton, should bare full liberty of cord; E. IS. Lee bid ".00 per cord.: lector and one copy filed with the
2 83 68 .18 were guests of Mrs. I.. V. Moore to make the most of himself; After due consideration and by clerk of the circuit court.
I do not believe that I In
the
t 3 81 62 Thursday.Mr. vote, the contract was given to The assessment roll shows the
t. 4 84 67 .02 of that sacred word a few, Willis Dyal. following amounts assessed:

j Total rainfall for week .18 in. and Mrs,' M. H. Lang of St feel Interests should be Outstanding Debts Paid Total valuation, 132224400.
to make Industrial
Augustine, spent Sunday with Mrs. eannon- The following resolution was Total county tax, $19,833.87 total CROCERY
the lives of half of the
las Leila Dea Andrews was In Lang's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. V. of the United States." adopted: state tax, $8.202.00; sub. school
CuwnvlUe Saturday. Moore. Iin I "That, .whereas* there is now district maintenance, 12431.87;
-- the outstanding Indebtedness I bonded sub-school districts, $7-:
1 believe In the sucredneH '
Man Peek visited Jacksonville Mrs:' E. M. Thomas returned private property, which meani fund a balance of $t 7.18, 609.79; road and bridge maintenance
|lurday.rs. Tuesday from Palatka where she I I do not believe that: II should I' And whereas, all outstanding ; $,602.17; road and bridge Interest
visited her sister, Mrs. T. E. subjected to the ruthless, debts have been paid that were I and sinking fund, 23800. Location 13etu'eenlank and Pos toff ice ; t' rh

E. :M. Johns was a visitor Strange.Mrs. tton of professional' &ennibler* In 'I outstanding at the time the assess. 39; poll taxes, $451.00; total, $78,- -.- 1 ,
Gainesville Tuesday afternoon. stock markers and in the moat was made, 936.69.!
-- R. F. Demorest, S. R. Johns, system. I share the presldent'a And that, whereas, the fine and The clerk presented the follow No 2l-21raut._ 10e Maxwell house_ lbtOcNo.

fr.[ and :Mrs. L. A. Gray were Jr., A. E. Wall, Jr., and Eldredge plaint against regimentation, forfeiture fund has practicallybeen ing bid of Mr. H. P. Gainey; 21.2 Peaches lIe Corned Beef IScSalt
tore In Jacksonville Saturday Robinson rpotored to Jacksonville unlike aim. 1 dislike It not exhausted on account of the "To O. W. Alderman. Clerk Circuit L''
Saturday and spent the day. when It Is carried on by an In fact that we get such a little for I Court
sir. R. O. Daniel of Sarasota, -.-------- group amounting to an the hire of county convicts, and' "I hereby offer $400.00 cash for
Ited relatives in Starke Monday. Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Masai, Joan government of the Uulted the further fact that "so much of i all of my back taxes Including 3 for l 10c Mill tall can 5c
and Tom Massie, and Nat Turn- but when It Is done by the the taxes are still unpaid 1931 taxes: 'which Is about 50 percent ,
lary Overstreet was a visitor in bull, Jr., of Monticello, spent the ment of the UnIted i States Itself ; Therefore be it resolved, that of the total amount due with
|uifsvllle Monday afternoon week-end with Mrs. Nat Turnbull. we as a Board of County Commissioners I 1 terest.I NO. :2 CAN nEST WIIITE 1
I "I believe that the do ask permission from the I "Yours truly,
[r. and Mrs. R. B. Alvarez of Mrs. E. M. Davis, Mrs. L. Wy- without becoming a prying Hon. ErnestAmos comptroller, for I, "H. P. Gainey," Tomatoes Bacon t' 1
cksonvllle, spent the week-end man, Mrs. Geo. H. Lowry, Mar- cracy can act as a cbeck or authority to transfer the said sum The bid was fully discussed by
lit Mr. and Mrs. L. V.' Moore. 'garet Lowry and Jean Davis were balance to tbe oligarchy so as $457.16 from the .outstandingIndebtedness members of the board and by Mr ''
In Jacksonville Monday. secure Initiative J life, a chance fund, tq the flue and G. W Andrews) and Mr. L. L. Con- 4lbs. - 25e Pound.Be
i Mollie Herman of Jackson- work, and the safety of forfeiture fund to' .uaed for the ner, nominees for the Board of a ah'
kt, I IB the guest of Miss Rosalind Mrs. J. C. Manning, Misses Pearl to men anA women rather payment .bills pay,} ble, out ,of County Commissioners for the next a f
ba and Dora Manning and Mrs. Mose- safety of exploitation to the said fine and t forfeiture fund" term. No action was taken. j
ley spent Saturday' in' 'Jackson plotter, safety of manipulation The tax assessor/ t>f Bradford Commission. ApplicationThe Lettuce York Imperial
cent: Alvarez left this week ville: the financial manipulator. ..r.t county, Florida, t.h'en' presentedthe following application for or
enter Carlisle School at Bam unlicensed power to those tax assessment roll'of Intangible commission was presented by tax
r,8., C.9r Mr. and Mr. S. T. Dell, S. T. would speculate to the bitter property for the year A. D. E. w. "
assessor Hayes:
Dell, Jr., and Olive Dell of Gainesville with the welfare" and property 1932, covering the intangible property Starke,, Fla., Oct. 3, 1932, Brad- Celery 2 for ISc Apples 7 lbs,25c ,
| and Mrs. B. Jacobs and Miss spent the week-end at their other people. _of persons and corporations of ford County. ,
ad spent the. week-end in cottage at Kingsley Lake. Bradford county. After due con- Hon Ernest Amos,

IckBonvlUe. sldertalon and inspection by the Secretary State Board of Ad- Old Dutch 1l-2e Oct. Soap 10 for .25e
'Col. and Mrs. J. E. Futch and Board of County Commissionersthe ,
LEADS 'GATORS"MONK" ministration
jj
|Hr.: and Mrs. John Uglow have Miss Mary Brownlee of DeLand, same was accepted. It was or. Tallahassee, Florida.
turned from a several months't will spend the week-end with Mr. dered that one copy be forwardedto Dear Sir:
t Canada and Michigan. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. the state comptroller, one copy I hereby make application for
given to the county tax: collector commissions due me as tax asses LARD SALMON rc'' a
|Mr,and Mrs. T. T. Long and F. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and one copy filed with the clerkof sor for assessments of real and

Long were in Jacksonville Satday. and daughter Madge spent Sunday the circuit court.I, personal property In the above 4lbs.30e 3for------25c f
n Jacksonville with Rev. and Mn. The assessment rolled intangible county for the tax roll year 1932,
M. C. Stith. property shows the following for the following county-wide and r
Mr.. 0.W. Roberts and Mrs. Edd amounts assessed v
[ : road district bonds, which
lenoett of. Lawtey were guests Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Hoover of Class "A", total $2313.42. tax, at commissions special have not been paid tome Mayonnaise or Rells", 1-2 pinta 1Oc
Hdajf of Mrb.'r W. Andrews.I .'- Miami: 'arepending theM "vaca- w. 2 m lid; *::5.83.d., t.
tlon with Mr. Hoover's parents, Mr. Class "B". total $25,598.00 tax from by any the other county.source bond whatsoever.trustees or Lie homing __ .___. .____ e c

I Un.! L. L Roane- and Mrs. J.. L. and Mrs. C. F. Hoover. at 2 mills, $31.19. E. W Hayes, Tax Assesor. h N

Ukes spent Monday with their VN I'i Class "C", total 5061.50, tax: at Name of bond Issue, Bradford NO. 1 IRISH TRUE!: LOVE S,
,, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. Mrs. Leonie Eccles and Miss 1.10 mills $.50. countyDistrict
Helen Youngberg of Jacksonville, Total
$57.62.
No., county wide. POTATOES FLOUR
|!llr. and Mrs. Albert Anderson were guests Saturday of Mrs. E. Mrs. S. L. Crews presented a report -I Total assessments/ $23,800.39.
d ion, John, motored to Jackson- M. Johns. as agricultural reporter ,jot
less errors and double assessments -
till Thursday. Bradford county. Same was 'accepted 23800.89, less 4760.08 2llbs. -- -_ ". SSes. u i 1}
Mrs. H. X Retch Mrs. Hamilton 10 Ib 15
and ordered flied $19.040.31; 2 percent of $19,040.31, w w eCole's. ,$2e
I Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wilson re- Retch and Miss Clara Louise Peek Pauper Allowance $380.81.

fraed Monday from KIngsley lake were visitors in Jacksonville Saturday 'J The following pauper allowance 4-5 of 1 1.2 percent! commissionsdue
ere i they spent the summer. made! .
$38.81.Leas (
Charles Glover, $2.00 per month I amounts previously paid, Onions 41bs lOc Rice Sibs. -lSe
|!Mrs. Mary Williams left Fridayr Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Canova. and for 2 months; Grady Brooks, $2.50 18218. ,

r r Orlando, where she will maker daughter, Betty Ann of Gainesville : Balance due tax assessor $198.63.
r r home. visited Mrs. E. E. Canova

-- Sunday.Mr. .
[ Mr. D. P. McKinnon and Mr.tt CENT A WORD
of Miami, were visitors in and Mrs. X. W. Andreu, Mr.
rke' Tuesday. and Mrs..F.. P. DeBerry and Miss UCOLUMN I Comparative Statement ,of Bradford County_ Bank, Starke,_
Grace Andreu in DORSETT
spent Sunday
Un. j. H. Ritch spent several Ralford. As quarterback of the BALIS-17 'bead of hogs Florida, In Liquidation ;t fl
>)jn In Monticello this week with of Florida football team, the from '
"Monk" Dorsett will have a big ranging 1 12. to 2 years JOSEPH E. WILSON, Liquidator
a daughter, Mrs. Herbert Dur- Mrs. RaIford Reddish and son, to play in the success o this old, for $3.50 a head. All round
n. G. B. Reddish of Ralford spent machine. Dorsett at 190 pounds first class hogs In good condi- ASSETS r
Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. I. W. an outstanding player, and one tion. Come and see them at one July 11, 1930 September 30, 1932 ? "I
1Ir. and Mrs. Felton Varnadoe Andreu and family. the South's foremost field F M. Crews, Highland, Fla. It* Dr. Cr. 4
I Jacksonville, are guests at theme Loans and Discounts -.t315.530.00 $ 1,313.92 $120,466.23 $196.386.69 p
of Mrs. Varnadoe's parents, Mrs. O. L. Beasley returned Mr. and'Mrs. W. B. Ennis, T, PRICES ARE RIGHT-My Supreme Service Station 1
and Mrs. W. P. Smith. home Tuesday after spending several Ennis and Miss Alethea Ennls, doors are open from early morn Fixtures Account, ,. _______-___._ 1,300.00 133.90 1166.10 r
days In Tampa with her par- of Tampa, and Mr. and Mrs. until 9 or 10 at night. For your Bonds ________________ 45,160.00 __.__,___ 23,650.00 21,000.00 j ,
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. C. White and ents, Mri: and Mrs. A.: C. Durden. B. Peeler of Jacksonville, stock, try our stock salt The Banking House __________ 14000.00 __.______ 14,000.00 ________.i h,
111 Mona Alderman of Tallahaa- week-end visitors of Mr. and Worm Destroyer. HomemadeLard Furniture St Fixture. ____ B.000.00 ________ 5,000.00 ________
*.spent the week-end in Starke Hazel Klckllter. returned to J. W. Morgan.Dr. 60 Ibs., $3.50. We carrya Real Estate _. ?_______-_ 22,227.67 61,580.87 10083.27 73.735.27.
'* relatives. Avon Park after spending the full line of tobacco, snuff, cigarettes Due from Banks ___________ 2,140.46 48,316.21 49.604.65 9112.02/ : 1. t
week-end here with her mother, and Mrs. W. H. cigars, fresh from fac Cash _._________.____ 5,474.81 17,932.23 23,318.65 88.49 v
Mrs. M. E. Edwards left Monday Mrs. Miriam Klckllter. and son, Frank of Lakeland tory. J. C. Manning, Starke, Fla. Cash Items ________.____.________ 645.02 ________ 645.02 l };
Jacksonville, where she will, Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. .It. *- Overdrafts _____?.___ 1,309.19 ____.____ 1,112.33 196.86
t leer daughter Mrs. L.. I* Jos. H. Thomas of Jesup, Ga., MItchell. They were Due from State Treas. __________ 48,465.66 45,699.61 2,761"15Profit" '
II1e. II' and Mr. and Mrs. S. V. Trigg of borne by their son, Sam who Loss _________________ 12,722.13 941.41 11,780.72
Jack onvUle were recent guests of spent the past four In I Liquidator's Operating Expenses:
The Christian Endeavor will en- Mr. and Mrs., J. A. SauL Navy, and was the guest years last FLORIDATil General Expense __?_____-_______ 4,634.56 _-______ 4,634.66
IQ new members a weiner 4 I of his uncle and auntOrlandoFormation : Commissions Paid ., _______________ 6,424.931.702.6T ______ 6,424.931,70X57 e
jw at Kingsley Lake> Friday eve- Miss Miriam Jacobs of the F. S. Salaries Paid __--_-___-_____..___ .......____.__
W. C. at Tallahassee will spend the of GAINESVILLE, FLA. Interest Paid ______,.,,______ 2016.94 __________ 2,016.94
week-end with her parents, Mr. Movies, Inc., and plane for Advanced for Loan Protection -_.._____ 1862.90 _____ 1,862.90 i
**. and Mrs. J. R. Boring andof and Mrs. ,B. Jacobs.. iate establishment of fully PROGRAM WEEK OCT, 6TH Taxes Paid ___________ ________ 4,426.87 ._______ 4,426.87

*h Jacksonville, spent Sunday i ped studio, announced by G. I
Mr. Borings parents; Mr. The Supreme Forest Woodmen son, Jr. TODAY Total _____________$410,841.13 ________ __________ $330.178.09 IF,
Xr. J' W' Andrews, Jr. Circle will bold Its regular' meet- NORMA SHEARER LIABILITIES

liii- ing Tuesday night. October 11th. Tarpon Springs-Old city FREDRIC MARCH Capital Stock ___.____$ '40,000.00 __-_____ ________ $ 40000.00 e
tte Thelma Andrews and Miss AU members are urged to be pres- plant on Grosse Avenue may In"SMILING Surplus) Fund _,______ 15,000.00Unpaid _____ __ _________ 15,000.00 "
*"k**Ue? Andrew. motored to ent. put in service.ROUTINE TIIRU"SATURDAY Undivided Profits ___? 3.970.27 2,144.06 .._________ 1,828.21 "
easy. Thursday and spent Stock Assessments Collected _.:._____ ______ 20,81L1 20311.75 t
Word from Jacksonville says MEETING OFCOMMISSIONERS Savings Deposits _. -.-.-.._ 188,221.86 184,680.01 1,352.69 ___....__
biter that the condition( of Mrs. A. S. Zane Grey's"HERITAGE Individual Deposits _. .?... 122294.85 122,472.44 177.59 ________ ) 1
and Price Robinson,. Ralph Crews is still serious, althou&bdoctora I, OF THEDESERT' !: Certificates of Deposit ____ ,17,348.10 17,345.16 ____-__ _________
weralty Herbert Stevens of the think perhaps there is a (Continued from page 1.) Cashier's Checks ? ? __..____. 239.49 230.49 _______ __..___
of Florida, in Gamesjrwtnessed light improvement mlsaloners will consider bids, Monday (On th*. Bts> e,) Bills Payable.. _____ 21,609.81 21,809.81 _________ ___.:;____ j,
the football game presented in proper form to "LOVELY GIRL REVUE"MONDAY : Drafts 7,164.19 7,154.19 _____
e Starke and Lake Butler In Mr. Clarence Andreu who has clerk of circuit: court, on state Unclaimed Balances --47,091.80 47091.80
Friday afternoon been visiting at the home of his sale certificates of the sal of ,Liquidator's Certificates '
I .TUESDAY
lCae Edna parents. Mr. and Mrs. L W. Andrew and prior years on a (On the Screen) Outstanding __...___..__. 11.B1S.23 207,760.79 196,247.66 4ft
Hutto returned to has returned to New- York bases -as per Section 42. -KONOO r Collections to apply on Tax.._._.,.._. .' ______ 129.09 12 9,05
tznh4rr. Sunday from a visit In 14572: Acts of 1929 provided Liquidator's Earnings ,
With _. e
accompanied by :"* 00ivMrB City.Mr. Md shall include am agreement WALTER HUSTONLCFE Interest on Loans Deposits---._ ____ 4,865.19 4l5M.ltIntereat +
< J. Scott of Wild and Mrs. McDougall and pay 1929, 1930, 1931 and VELEZ: on Bonds ______.:.._ __-_ 2,431.60 2.43L60 ; +
the They "frjwaed. to their daughters. Jacqueline and Patriciaof tuxes in full without Rents Collected., ________.".___ ____ 1497.70 1497.70 j t''
dl lame day after a pleas- High Spring, visited at the based on the lowest valuation WEDNESDAY"DIVORCE Recoveries'- ___________...._....:._ ___ 1085.23: 1,086.23 "
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Robinson fixed by the county tax .....- IV'THE .,.FAMILY* .J
-
lire. ---+ Sunday afternoon Which motion was duly With' Total ____.$410,841.13 $580,308.20 $580,308.20 $33O47..09
SMi,5 Mddleton, Miss After discussion sam was put LEWIS STONE
? ekn' and,Mis .Hue :)St. and Mrs. A. J. Griff, Julian a vote by the chairman: and JACKIE COOPER The foregoing comparative statement of the Bradford County Bank. Stark, Fk>r.
Il ton apent ;aturday and Sun- Oriffls. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. unanimously' carried. OCTOBER 13-14 Ida, Is true and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. + A'},
!;'Ck.aan1ne WIth IIQ. VJ4.r. Sullivan Mr. and Mrs. R. B. SotUvaa. Widows Ttmtttm. MARLENE: DIETRICH JOSEPH E. WU..CON 1
1IkItJwp, 14ra L. JL. eowt1tbo Mr. C. O. BoUiran and Miss: The following were placed laBLONDE Liquidator, Bradford County Rack. r
w" venty-flv w'yean old. SallIe Tison were In Green Cove th*.widow's pension roll at VENUS"" d ty
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Extensive Program- CROTALARIA SEEDS IN Rye Grass Sowed -------- ---- "--

rn' r Planned for Home LARGE AMOUNTS ARE
u FATAL TO CHICKENS Soon Keeps Lawns


FARMERS SECTIONConducted And County Agents seeds Gainesville are poisonous, Fla. -to Crotalarla chickens Green All Winter LIVE STYNews TE NEWS

Gainesville, Fla.-With county Gainesville, Fla. Lawns here
but they are not likely to be eatenin
by Demonstration Agents and home demonstration agents large enough quantities! to do will not turn brown with the com of Florida I..n Short Paragraphs
from every section of the state ing of cold weather since an exten-
'
'v damage, according to Dr. E. F.
scheduled to meet here next Mon Thomas, assistant veterinarian at' sive plan for sowing Italian rye

day, an extensive week's programhas grass on them f is well under way.A .

been planned for putting be- the Florida Experiment Station. green lawn is the foundationfor ------ -:........ ...........
After extensive studies -
; making 4J
+! fore them the latest and most and the
k a good lanscape, rye
_ STATE 4-II PIG CLUB COUNTY AND HOME practical developments in better talarla Dr. Thomas has found that Cro grass will keep the lawn lustrously Daytona Beach-A new second',.1 parties for presidential

1, SHOW TO BE STAGEDIN AGENTS TO BROADCAST ,farming and home making, accord- spectabUls seeds are toxicIf green all winter, according to H. ary school, known as the Florid J were not In proper form elk
a chicken eats 80 seed more. ,
EARLY NOVEMBER SERIES RADIO TALKS Ing to Dr. Wilmon Newell, dean of Crotalarla striata seed or showed Harold Hume, assistant director of Preparatory School for Boys, wil:1 Secretary of State Robert and t.ha, ,

the College of Agriculture.They research at the Florida Experiment open here October 8. Paul E. Brue.. was without authority A. en 5

Tallahassee, Fla. With two Gainesville, Fla. The Florida will spend the week in con some indication of being toxic in Station and College of Agriculture.It back will be headmaster. Th<<<' them I.n the general to InclUd

{ scholarships/ to the University of county and home demonstration ference with state and federal extension large amounts, but the symptoms will cost only about 50 to.75 school will institute the most modern Jot The attorney election> baJ
i I' occurred only on forced feeding. general'
# Florida College of Agriculture as agents will speak from WRUFtwice leaders and research work cents to seed the average front I, educational methods, It wag i ion also covered the OPib

N'' grand prizes, the annual State Pig dally during the second week ers. In discussing farm and home Crotalaria 'Incana and grantlanaalso yard to rye grass and give It an announced. party nomination of COlllllun<
Paul
,, Club Show will be held here November the an- were tested and were foundto i Lilli"
white
+{+F of October attending problems among themselves, and be application of fertilizer, and an additional i Tampa, for governor and 0
2 and 3, according to an nual extension workers' conference methods ot non-poisonous. Jacksonville Fr
in arriving at improved doUar or two will take care motor convo)r Ick Van Roy as the
announcement by R. W. Blacklock, here. Thirty-three! of the agents farming and homemaking. The There are two types of crotalarlaseed of the average backyard, he ex from Fort Benning, Ga., including: party nominee for prunll

tV ; state boys' club agent. will tell about better farming and latest findings at the Florida Ex- poisoning, actute and chronic, plained. "What better could I three fast army tanks and 38 other: treasurer
way -
I depending: the amount of seed
I The club boy showing the homemaking methods in their periment Station, some of which 'eaten. The en acute type kills the there be of advertising a city or !I vehicles, transporting 400 enlisted| Tallahassee Herman

champion breeding pig will get a counties. affect every farmer in the state, town to winter visitors and gettinga men and 23 officers of the regulai State- CunttiflWaucbuiM,
birds In but
from 24 to 48 hours ; Geologist
+ 9150 scholarship and the one showIng The women will speak on the will be explained by the men who lot of personal enjoyment out of army rolled into Jacksonville las). went to
r birds with the chronic type Monday to examine
i: the champion fat barrow will Florida Home Period each morningat ran the experiments. Much at- may it," he asks? week for a five day encampmentat ed bones \
by state
linger for months. road foS
1'4 get a $100 scholarship These 9:45: EST. On Monday Oc- tention will be given to such topics For each 1,000 feet of Camp b'oster.: A public demon_ department ,
_ Since chickens do not like the square near there. First saidT
'I i scholarships are given by Frank tober 10, the talks will be about as fertilizer and. organic matter lawn space one should sow about 5 stration of the tanks, which officers l' reports
huge skeleton
seed not to eat
they are likely was
+ M I E. Dennis of Jacksonville Close home poultry raising, canning, and reactions In the soil and other pounds of and 10 poundsof said were capable of attain_ believed to,
rye grass that
of
enough to Injure them unless they a mastodon. J
+ ? 'a, to 100 pigs will be shown by club dairying. Tuesday's talks will problems basic to good farming. some fertilizer like cottonseed ing a sped of 72 miles an hour Gunter
{ j boys from every section of the give outstanding examples of liv- Other such timely topics as motor are confined or in other ways are meat The lawn should be watered was given. it probably was that of an elephat
I of the
brought in contact with them, as Pllostocene
state. Ribbons will be given to the ing at home and food conservation. truck transportation, farm loans, age Instead
thoroughly after these are sown
when seed is scattered In the litter a mastodon. He
boys showing the best junior pigs, Clothing will be featured Wednes- marketing, and the like will be dis I and then given frequent wateringuntil Jacksonville l Announcement. several said, howwel

., ,ks ;,, a l and the best senior pigs in each of i dav. while- the talks Thursday will cussed. I the rye grass Is well established I that Jacksonville Is to get a new mastodon and elephu

r t l/all/ the breeds In the show be about home improvement, and II The home demonstration agents I he added. If the United States public health building teeth had been found In the Peat
CARPET ,
OF GREEN TillS'WNTERADVANTAGEOUS rye grass River
Friday's talks will be devoted towomen's will give special attention to such I' to cost between $129,000 and swamp region near whei]
?'t The Thos. E. Wilson $50 gold is kept mowed and watered, Mr. I the road forces
watch which goes to the 4-H club organizations, and travel problems as economical meal plan TO FARMERS AND STATE Hume says there is no danger of $200.000 has been made here by latest skeleton. discovered II;

boy In Florida who has been most ing libraries. ning, proper foods for the family, it injuring the regular summer I United States Senator Duncan U.

? 4 outstanding during the last year At noon each day the men will food conservation, gardening, (By Spuds Johnson.) lawn. The rye grass will die out Fletcher. He said appropriationfor I Tampa John- Levis:
take charge of the Florida Farm I home improvement, thrift in clothing the building was provided for Hyder,
I.i : i in meat production will also be Florida Is advertised to the worldas about May when the summer lawn employe of the
''r 4 awarded at the show. Hour On Monday four of them I handicrafts for odd money, in the federal government's $100- Tampa Electn
comes
one of the most desirable placesfor grass on.
from over the citrus belt will speak and other topics vital to the farm 000,000 relief fund and that workon Company, was fatally burned hen
The Leon County Chamber of The movement Is being
winter.
spending the The stateis sponsor.
k about citrus developments in their homes of the state. it could whever the treas- Sunday by an electric short dijI
b3 begin
Commerce will have charge of the I ed by the local garden club and
pictured as having a summer cult as he
counties. The talk at noon Tuesday tempted to pull fro
Aside from the extension leaders the order. I
details of the show. The Leon climate during the winter, and as civic organizations and got underway ury department gives I a high tension wire
will be to vegetable I some
,,' County 4-11 livestock show will growersand and Florida Experiment Station with recent string
a place where the vast amounts of a mass meetingat attached to
rocks
c I dairymen, while bulbs and workers, others to confer with the Jacksonville Circuit Judge which asm
be held in connection with the the courthouse. It
crops are grown and marketed dur was emphasized boys had thrown
1 poultry will be featured Wednes with C. Gibbs will allow there. No on|
agents are representatives Georg no
state show.
that In one'sown
the All Is' beautifying
ing winter. of which ,
c saw the accident
p 4. day. Livestock will take first place I the U. S. Department of Agriculture true. I yard one is adding much to I, broadcasting by radio or private but fellow women
found
+ in Thursday's talks, and crops and the state Marketing Bureau, telegraph wires, nor motion picture Ryder unconsciousfew
y ; THREE FLORIDA PENS But when the northern visitor the beauty of the community, and minutes later
fruits for the general farm will the State Forest Service, the State I I cameras in the courtroom, at the the upper
drives to Florida for the winter that only through the cooperation
? AMONG LEADING FIVE of his
i be featured Friday. Department of Agriculture, and I trial of two former prison body badly burned. Had!
? ; AS EGG CONTEST ENDS 6:30 to 7 he thinks It.passing strange that I of all can green lawns be made to I camp five hours later in
a
Friday night, from : the State Press Association. officials for the "sweat box" deathof hospital I
: and two home he sees very little green stuff growing I impress the visitors of a' city and the log of the station he had
4 two county agents wn
Arthur Malllefert New
Chipley, Fla.-With three FlorIda demonstration agents will speak along the roadside. Not Infrequently of the state as a whole. young ten: "Boys throwing strings ac
,y' I convict. Malllefert
Planting oats or rye now is far Jersey was
pens among leading five, the about 4-H club work which they he comments on the 'found to death last June wires."
_ cheaper for farmers than buying fact, In some .ways it seems unfortunate Fernandina A fleet of 60( strangled
sixth Florida National Egg LayIng are leading In their counties. livestock feed later on. in a prison camp "sweat box," a I -
9 Contest that the routes for our shrimp boats tied up at the docks( Tallahassee Gov.
_ v came to a close here chain about his neck and his feet Doyle E. (Ca
ds K ; near the end of The principal highways follow the here last week to await better ton In a statement
September. The school child needs and deserves in wooden stock. Saturday caij
,; winning entry of 10 birds was own I at least one hot dish for the Pecans should be allowed to ma- poorer uplands instead of traversing market conditions, after 148 bar a ed upon the people of Florida I

ed by W. E. Pyles, Marysvl, noonday lunch. ture before they are shaken from the more fertile lowlands rels of raw shrimp brought only:I observe tire prevention week, i Or
Plant
d {' the trees. where a majority of the state's $4 a barrel In New York. Oper- City-Increasingly numerous .
Ky. During the 857 days of the .... 9 to 15. The governor said h
are the reports of the thefts
II
contest they received 2,631; points crops are grown. ators said production cost was I deemed it "of importance to i urg
1? for nearly that many eggs, accord. Fires sweeping through forestsdo The farmer's cheapest fertilizer Since we can't change the location $8.25 a barrel. Some of them tem, of strawberry plants from fields in ''cooperation to reduce and ellmjnate
The this section Constable Ward
millions of dollars Hol-
N lug to E. F Stanton, supervisor damage. Is that which he grows on his own of the highways, and sinceit porarlly abandoned shrimping andwent as far as possible, the In
latest made declared this week he
n figures just public farm. Planting vetch and winter Is desirable to greet our visitors in for mackerel and snapper loway as tHat each valuablfi
day destroy
Second place was taken by Wm. show down number
that in 1931 fires swept 51- sought to trace a of
_ 1" G. Crosby, Tarpon Springs; third 578,310 acres the estimated loss peas id one of the best ways for with green fields along the road- fishing. such thefts. The local constable 'property over the state of Florf)
growing it. side, the next best thing Is to Ida." Fire losses In 1931 he eaI
i
went to W. A. Seidel, San Antonio,
being 67087160. This Is about Ocala-Advancing at the rate declared that berry growers will
% some In the fields
grow green crops amounted to
Texas; M. Welscholek, Jacksonville three times the average annual I The first half of October Is I the along our highways. This plan was of about three miles a day, a crew do well to keep an eye on their 633,253 the approximately United State$464. {

,1 took fourth; and fifth was I loss. In reminding of these fig- beat time to plant the fall annual suggested by Gus Weeks the other of IS engineers headed by R. F, patches these nights if they wantto .liable statistics over he said, showet Rejj
captured Davidson's
by Poultry ures Charles Lathrop Pack, president Moorehead of this city is working protect them from thieves who
Farm, Eagle Lake. flowering plants according to day, and is particularly applicableto :i;i 80 per cent of the fine were dvf
of the American Tree Association workers at the of eastward across this part of the are apparently operating in this
College the Central
Agriculture Northern and to carelessness and could hav<
The 480 birds In the contest
av out that forest fires state section of the
points county.
Western surveying one of five pro
s' portions of the state. been avoided.
eraged about 187
rs f'' contest. The eggs each duringthe are one of the greatest menacesto I In these sections, oats and'rye posed routes for a cross-state ca I _
3 leading hen was a timber nal. The Jacksonville State Democratic
is -
continuing crop. crew several miles
To aid in the conservation of will of
owned W. grow on .most the soils, and Chattahoochee The ground
E. and
by Pyles, was
r '----- Florida : southwest of Ocala and Is to make headquarters has announced the
wild life, the Alachua will and
provide green growing and of the state hospitf
credited with 821.15 points for 298 The supply of hogs available for headquarters here for about four itinerary of United States Senator buildings
County Wild Life Camp was recently for the winter. In
I i eggs. A Welscholek bird was crops addition, for the Insane here are being ta|
Walter
of
slaughter In the next seven months weeks. F. George Georgia, who ,
organized by fishermen, Austrian peas and vetch can be in extensive plan of i ihabllltatlon.
proved
second one owned E. H. an
by Ruck- I
make
will be somewhat smaller)than In hunters and will a aeries of addresses In
h leading business men I II grown on those soils during the emB
:, er, Ottumwa, Iowa, third, and a the i Florida In of Sixty-seven
same period a year ago, but, of Gainesville and Groveland Earl Holley's Barber support the Democratic !
call to
bird a every winter. In fact, these crops are all of whom have depend
entered I ployes,
a by Pinebreeze Poultry
because ticket in the November
feed for etectlon.
supplies finishing Shop moved to new location. ,
sportsman in the state for state
?" 'i;; Farm, Callahan, fourth. hogs are more plentiful and more a grown on thousands of acres in The Itinerary includes: Ocala, ,ents, have been given Jobs, in adl
The seventh contest organization was made. the state every winter into the soil before dition to the force of 10 or 12 engineers |
October summer
began uniformly distributed than a' year In crops, October 10; St. Petersburg:, Octo- j
1 after the entire contest ago producers may be expected to Miami Beach Devine addition to providing a pleas-. as corn and cotton, are planted, or ber 11; Bradenton, October 12; and and a number of prisoner
Prop. Ing landscape for the visiting tourist j are I
plant was given a thorough clean. expand hog production consider they may be used to a certain Orlando, October 13. Chairman J. Several obsolete buildings
k erities started work on new store these crops are quite worth modern structure'
Ing. The straw extent as feed. ing razed and |
was removed from %
ably next year, says the Bureau of B.. Hodges of the state Democratic
at 661
j ; 'i the houses building Washington ave while from the standpoint of the "A of built to replace them. Sever\
F they were scrubbed Agricultural Economics in a report carpet; green" this winter executive committee, will accom-
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e' with lye water, and then treated issued on the hog outlook. man who is growing them. The will be an advantage to the farmer pany Senator George. "miles of streets are being con

with a fire torch. Every precau oats and rye help to prevent washIng who grows the crops and adver structed, low lying lands about flu

"?f tion possible has been taken to Plant City J. G. Crory establishment Hollywood-Completion from of beach of the land, hold plant food tisement for the salubrious climeof Tallahassee-Attorney General!grounds drained, and sanitary ewers
highway Hollywood Beach that ,
: would be lost and electrii
f', t provide feed Florida. Our reconstructed. All
prevent diseases in
or parasites from on Collins street being re- Hotel to Dade county line by November for the livestock. The and neighbors town Cary D. Landis has ruled that uncle
peas have wires placed
i handicapping. modeled and enlarged. 15 assured. pretty green lawns all winter nomination! certificates submitted:' are being
vetch are excellent to turn to be con
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--- .' ,-'./'''''- I Topic, "How does the Liquor Traffic tlona of thl. Board mad In snordam I I.I for official cattle dipping at such For Clerk of the Circuit Court Section R Immediately upon the '
:: / : Affect ,K with th, provisions of Raid vats, respectively and to dip or For County Assessor of ratification of this amendment the) '.
.. .;{t Young People Today? Act, far the eradication and cause tn l>e dipped all such cattle, For Tax Collector. county commissioners of the sev- it
.. dthl Leader Miss Genevieve Ktnly. vontlon of the spread or ..... pr".1 ninIBM horses, asses. or other animal For County Superintendent ofPublic oral counties. of thin state h.1 divide 4
J 7:30: m. Evening linn of the inttle fever tick < *, each and every fourteen day., Instruction their respective" Into i .
: p. VVoshlp song campus Annularuii) In the Stateof th"r..r..r. until such time a* the For Caunty Surveyor. five .commissioner. districts, tt h* '
; and sermon. Florida. I Stock Sanitary Bonid of For Five County Commissioners.For numbered respectively from to .' 1
Prayer meeting at That the word "cattle" aa lined Floilila shall discontInue dipping In Three Member. of the County five Ill..lv. and each district t't .
Wednesday herein shall be Interpreted to ''Um Hind territory.I Board of Public Instruction.For ,1.1 b as possible equal '
aca 7:30: p. m. brae cows, bulls. Rteer. oxen helt- I bone and ordered by the Board at I Justice of the Peace tn and pro'O'IOI, to 1..pl'"lon.' and j
word is a lamp unto 11I1 eeI. a ight nato IDJ paiL-Psalm 119:105.: The Woman's Auxiliary will\ era calves, sheep, "","t.. ho....., J.ckRonvll. Florida, this the 3rd I for the following Juctln Districts,, lh.r..r.r .aoh of '
mute. and a......*. ." A. n. 1931.8TATH I ,..: .lnh .* a county commissioner '
t "" All religious teaching doctrine or meet Tuesday evening. October 11, That the quarantine shall tin In L1VH HTOCK SANITARY No. One. .. "1'0 shall be elected by the qualified ;
ifaf iUJOrUfl 01 dlPBUU: creed if they are to have claim with Mrs. W. A. Stern. Missionary full force and effect from and after HOARD OF FLORIDA. No. Two. .' elector.* of ..Ic county at the '
any the 16th day of October A. D. fly T Button Bevllle, Chairman No. time and place or voln.for other ,
the love. loyalty and devotion; of the people, must be in harmony with topic "Alaska" Mrs. Stem lead 1912. .' Attest: J. V. Knapp Secretary, For Jlcht.' .. In and for the following county officers, hold his '
i of ie llus the Christ whose words fit Into every fold and crevice This the! Srd day of September A. 9-30-81-10-14... Slat Veterinarian: I .JI.tlca DI.trlct.vis: office for four year!. provided however 1g
teachings and of whom it wu said in John7:46: "NEVER MAN er.A D. 1931. No. ... that the county commissioner g'
the human heartii cordial invitation to all our STATE LIVE: STOCK SANITARY N OTIC 13 No. Two. elected In the general election In J., 3 '
TAKE IS MAN. services extended to all. BOARD 0'* FLORIDA. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: No IClnht. 1133 from the even numbered dlsIrlcls "ft )
dejmt By T. Button Bevllle, ChairmanAttest Notice hereby given that the In Testimony Whereof I hav hereunto shall serve for two year, and 1)t &
this
Faator01 Bradford and Union nountle are Invited to use ; J. V. Knapp Slat Veterin- Slat Live stock Sanitary Board of set ny hand and affixed the those. Iron the odd numbered districts .
for news of church activities organizations and announce- BAPTISTSunday arian -IO-at-10-14.. the State of Florida. In regular I Heat Seal of the Slat of Florida .. serve for four year. andthereafter j
freely given and no charge mnde-the only requirement meeting axssmbled on the jrd day at Tallahassee, the Capital, this the the term. shall be. fouryear '
Space of D. 1932 fl.Rt 1 1131(8BAL *. duties and com ;
110 NOTICR t."t.n.b..r. A. adoptedthe day of September A. D. i
r that SUCh Item reach this office before Wednesday morning school at 10 a. m. A. J. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN folowlnlr resolution: ( ) R. A. anA Y.l"er..t"ry lhJ.h.nro'o county commission .
be handled for current INOe- : ) BI..laI.le .. bed by law
cannot by the of State.To *
riM they and Notice la 1' JUJ.OI.VID I
1 Thomas, supt. Be on time hereby given that on the3rd of the Hon. W. J.
day of September A. D. 1932.th l"a.1 1pper "n. II.rltr.
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bring another. of Florida In .lrllllr meetIng Bradford .., A JOINT RESOLUTION I'
State 'ount"lark.
Ing and answers. Ills mother said Live stock Sanitary Board assembled, that 9-8-91-11-4. 11a Propo..lnl ,.
furthernidered
Worship at 11 a. in. and 7: 30 of the Slat of Florida In regular an An..ndo..nt to H"l'ton
unto him. Son hast thou thus the said I Hoard will to ,
why meeting ..*...tnbl...,. acting pursuant pay Section of rlcl. the Constitution '
SUNDA sr.uOOL I dealt with us? And he said unto p. m. Communion administered at to and In accordance with Chapter each and every owner, or custodian, >OTH tPPl.ICATlOV FOil of Jl..rlo1. Relating to ,i
LESSON I or person In charge of any cattle TAX ntcui) tho Judiciary I .
morning service. Notice the'change 9201. Act of the Legislature of the
I1 them wist ye not that I must bo State of Florida, of the year 192.1. unw or hereafter being In the area I Notice Is hereby, given that leo nil IT ,RRHOLVED: BY THE LEOI :. /
---1 about my Father's business? And of evening hour to 7:30.: adopted. and panned the following lit which systematic tick eradicationI Ie. While, holder of part Tax Certlflcnte l.ATURW OF TIlE STATH OFFI.OHIHA .
Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Associational resolution: I being l''H'.cted. who shall dip No. 229 7th day of July, A. : .
ha went down with and I
FOR OCTOBER 9. 1932ubjeCt them came nefcolntlosi under the .lpervl..lon of Raid Hoard : D. 1810. hasflled said certificate In That time following amendment to \ .
to Nazareth, and was subject unto business meeting. Reports WHEREAS: the "Htate' Live Stock or its agents, ALL cattle owned bv my office and. mad application for Section 2 and to Section 4 of Article '
all church or In custody of nr In chare ofauch V of the Constitution. of the Sta'e of ;
from our organizationsand Sanitary Hoard of the mate of FlorIda tax deed to Issue th..r.ol In a'oorl.anne
them. And Jesus increased in
: : The Christian in the the W. acting pursuant lo and In accordance owner, 01 custodian, or person with law. f>" .. .. embrace Klottda be, and the Ram IH herebyimreeil 1 .
wisdom and stature, and In favour refreshments served by with Chapter 9201 Act of .hal'. at one or more of the of- the following destnlbedproperty to. nnd "h,1 h* submitted to i tW
y. M. U. ladles.B. the Legislature of 192H has hereto dipping vat In said teirltorywithin In Bradford ootin- the, eloctoiH of Stat of .'Iorld. .
with God and altt.l..e
Iden Text: "I will walk withy -' man. fore by resolution duly adopted by fourteen dav from and Including ty, I : at the next general election to t
Obedience to Is Y. P. U. Sunday evening at the 16th clay of October, A. S the first Tuesday after the !, '
with a perfect heart. earthly parents said Board placed under quarantinethat I cI4l'4 of awvi NS of Irc" h..t on
house one of God's commands and the I 6:30: p. in.out.m part of Union County lying D. 1938 and each and every fourteen A In NIl Corner of HWV '', & Monday In November, 1932, for .
101:2.: Mouth of a line running betweenSections day from and after. tile first H1C<4 of SK'i: except In S\V Corner. ratification or rejection. I'
Text: Gen. 50:17-21: ; parent should set an example to I % ] OK spurm, M "'TER'* 25 and 16, 26 and 35. 27 official ,j Ipph.1 her..un.... of suchcattle 19, T|). 7 H.llt 21 I'). Her t Ion 1. The Supreme Courtnlinll ii
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on his child ,which God would MA LflNotice and 34. 28 and 33. 2R and, 82, and 10 l v {ol"'n on the The assessment, of said properlyunder consist. of seven ((7) Justices
e i" 2-40-52: ; 10:38-42.: ap and 21 TownshIp. '" 5 South Range JII.I dotes on which I cattle dipping the said certificate iHRueif was who ..h..1 be elected by the Quail- .F
Is the real foundation prove. !ii hereby ajlvrn that under.." \! anil 20 Hast. and that part of I* held at I vats, tespectlv ''II the name of ('"....I.y Fngg.Unlesti fled of the state at the tm. .
e) home Read Luke and anti by virtue of that certain foci, H rail fora County lying we t of lv. a schedule of said. date beingas Raid certificate Rhall. !)" redeemed mul 1 itlui'CH voting,: for '. jt
our national life-civil, moral 10:40-42: see dacre* of foreclosure and sale made nature line between. TlangeR 19 and above the sum of three cents per aocordlng to law tax deed the 1 legislature.t Time term of office I T l
In every home theta what estimate Jesus placed on Re on the 14th dav of Heoremher A. I'). 20. and that part of Columbia county lioad. the .same. being. one-half of the will ISSSIIM. thereon. on the 10th ilay of each. Justice Rhall be six ,.ar. 4
1 religious. In 19.12 l by the Honorable A. Z. Ail- I lying east of State llond No. 2 reasonable and necessary cost of of October, A. I'). 1031. The term, of offlco of the Six .
home. :
and the children all have I liglous practices a kin,,. Juda-e of the Circuit: CourtIn and Month of Township line. between ,llll.lnlt rattle In said territory Dated this Stli dny of September, ,', tides now non..tlltnl the Supremo '
jhts and obligations among and for Bradford (County Florida. Township 5 and 6, and that partof PICVI\I.U.( : linwmVBK, that the A. 1>. 1'JflJ. Court .. hy thl '
'In Cliantvrv., In that. certain milt ; Alaihua county lying' north or .hi, Ho.rd not pay to any own. 0. ALDfflRMAN. nmendmunt.' Their Niiouunsnr, shall '
elves. SEVENTh DAY ADVENTIST therein,' pwnillna wlu.relnVh.lnla.. 'Township) line between Townvhlpa 6 custodian. or person In chargeof (Seal) (" \ of Circuit Court ho elected In the name manner and ,. I
fader the heading "The Right Carolina Chemical' (Corporation a and 7, and has. given due notice of any cattle now or hereafter be- Bradford County, ..'..11. at time same time and place a. ra.'lllr..1 .l I
I 1 IH complainant and I.. ing In said fur ANY cattledipped ,
(corporation the establishment I of auch territory B-O-tt-10-7. by lIme Constitution' beCome .ri I
d 1 of Home" a writer hag said 16. In our Christian growth and R Oalney and Mary .1. Onlney I his .. aa required ,by paid :9iran.tin Chapter- by such owner, custodian or ._-- --. --. --- --.-- this. nmenrtniviit I Upon the ratification 3
e great. overshadowing: perila experience, what is to accompany wife, are defendants., which said decree 9201 and all necessary dipping vat. person In charge unless such owner \(I't'l'l( \I'I'.U'\"IO"' volt of thin amendment It .hal be f '
ap 'oare In the office of the fences, corrals and have been custodian, or person In charge, TAX IIIOI01INotice \ the duty of tliu ( a p- 4 (
hors life Is the peril of home- faith courage and knowledge? Clerk of .,,''d Court at (Btnrke,' Florida constructed, In snld. pens parts of Bald. shall u111..r the supervision of thisLfiarci. I I. hnreby .Iv.n. Hint Oeo. liolnt one additional ov.nor Justice of th. (' 1fI .
ess- -not merely having no bed "Add to your faith virtue (cour- In Chancery. Order Hoolc 7. at counties In Florida." or its agents, dip ALL cattle C,. White, holder: of CertificateNo. Sui>renif> Court and h* ..1.,1 hold of'J t
be called one'sIt ) and to virtue page 1 III. ....t calm., the undersigned as NOW THRRKFOItn, BR IT RH- owned by him or In his. custody or. 211, 7th day of July, A. I). 1KJO, I floe from the date of nppnlntmsnt ir II t
room which can age ; knowledge; Special Master appointed In said SOr.VKD, By the State Live Stock: charge In .snld. territory on the daysof has filed said certificate In my of. unll Tuesday after the first I .
Is the isolation of the and to knowledge, temperance." cause, will offer for aale and will Sanitary Board of the Slate of Florida official dllpln.at one or mote floe and made application for tax $ ., January, 111.Id: and whose '4
Note.-one of the briefest and sell at public. outcry to the highest In regular mooting assembled, of th. vats, respectIvely dent Issue. thereon In auoottlanc .successor .h,1 lie elected at the 4 4
tisoul; the lack of some one to and bent bidder. or bidder for cash thin 3rd day of September A. D, : within: fourtnen, day from with Inw Said. certificate embraces general, In 1934 to hold of- .4
'11' to him; a life without a best definitions of temperance is during the legal hours of sale, to- 1992, that regular RVRlemntlo' clipping unit Including I the 16th day of October the following described flea for a term of six yimrx beginning 4 4
This is what drives self-control., The word In the text wlt between eleven o'clock In Ih.for..nonn of cattle shall be held; In saidparts A. D. I9.1B, ami each and every situated In Bradford n tOW Tuesday' after (the first Monday' I
to grow. and two o'clock In the of said Union Biailfnrd, Co. fourteen dny from and afterthe ida, to.wl.: In January. lOll, und thereafter I the ; ) ,'Ps
| boy Into the arm of evil. and means much more than mere ab- .afternoon, In front of the Bradford lumbla and Alacl.ua! counties Florida date of the first dipping' o/ such % tW Section / ft.'Tb. Biiacessnr of the Justices, of III* Supiein f 4
the street his home and the stinance from intoxicating drinks. County Court house In the City of at each of *he official dipping cattle, respectively.: 21 10.: \ court shall be elected at the t tgeneral
i hONE AND I
said riradford County. ORDERED by the assessment
Rtarke In vats located In said parts of said. election n..t' preceding tue
f his family." A limited sense now frequently. Florldn on Monday, the 7th day ofNovember. 'counties, on the days and daten 1'0- State Live Stock Sanitary Board of under the said t7fct'11.J wan expiration of their term of ,riffle f
What kind of home is likely toke given to it. It means control A. I). lIl.2, the name he- spectlvely, hereinafter set oppositethe the, Stat of Florida this Srd day In the name of (,' respectively, except In case of an (
Ing a legal aalea daY and a Rule Day I name of each such. dipping I vatn.respectively. uf fl'p"mber. A. l n 1932. Unions suld certificate shall be redeemed election to fill an unexplred term of Ii
i the right kind of boy? A strength, power, or ascendency of aald court the mortgaged _property The names of each nr 8'1'\TJ llV' HTOCK SANITARY accord".1 to law tax deed a Jnatlc whose term uf office may 'jl
I Ie i home, not a step to some-I over exciting and evil passions fan described: In said final decree aid dipping vat In said -counties i OF FLORIDA. will I.. .. on the 10th day have become vacant. '& 3I .
and nlttvat In Bradford County, and the dayn and date. of regular By T. Button Bevllle, Chairman of October A. D. 1912. Section 4. The Supreme Court may ,44y ,
[ else no social ambition, not kinds. It denotes the self-rule Florida, described an. follow: vstematlc dipping of cattle thereat Attest: J. V. Kn.pp. Secretary, Dated title ft tli day of September tiMitr' consider and determine causes :j
!T8 sleeping-place but a conof which the overcomer or convertedman Lot Ten (10) Block Sixteen. (It) are a. follow: Stat Veterinarian.Pona A. D. 118.O. 'anil exercise all its powers and Jurisdiction .' II '
Ward City Florida (now Brooker ITOB) easel at Ja'k.onvlll., Florida, W'. At.01DlAN. sit a simile body In which I. ,4 1
| affectionate self-denlRl and has over the evil propensities (8) Town- Sxiitetnber (Seal) Clerk of .' '
Florida) of Section Bight Name of vat. Union City date I ". a majority of the members oft i 44'
I forbearance; aa though the of his nature. ship Haven (1) South Range Twenty October 23, 1932 and ..very" day 9-30-31-10-14.. Bradford County Florida couit shall constitute a quorum tui : I
(SO) Bait. thereafter. ..0.1 .10.T. 1..1 the _of business or It ,
17. How dll..tcl
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i concern for a family: were highly he commendedwho The .name being sold to aatlafy Name of vat. Bluff Creek date, INOTICK or Appi.ir"Tiov roil may, I powers ami jurl.- +fl11
Iply to make a home and top controls his spirit? "He thatIs said deer. October 24. 19S2, and every 14 day TAX IltCKItNotice NOT1CKTOP ELECTIONWhereas diction: :In two divisions under mioliroc'ilotlon 'Ij
slow to Is D. E ICNTQIIT thereafter. la hereby given that Hester too legislature nf tOll a* may !>. determined by
r> It simple. anger better than the 10-7-5t-ll-4. Special Mailer Name. of vat Little Springs, date Thomas, holder of 1-8 of tax under the constitution, of 18811, of time Court. IGach division .. con ?
e second mark of a good home mighty; and he that ruleth his spirit October 25, 1S32 and every 14 day certificate No. 258. 5th day of July the State of FI.rld. did pas two Hint of three members of th..h.1 court (
The dls- than he that taketh a city." """TF.R'_ SALE thereafter. A. D. IBIS.. has filed said. certificate. Joint Resolullous! proposing amndinenta ami, time Chief Just ice who shall by jS ,
[consistency. parental NOTiCE I la hereby given that under Name of v"t. Riverside, date October In my office and made applicationfor to the constitution of the virtue of his position. a.. Chief Jim- I}
pne of the home Is to be chief- Prov. 16:32.: and by virtue of a final decreeof 25, 193J and Very 14 day tax deed to issue thereon In accordance slat of Florida. and the same wore lice !h. a member of ..a.h division i ) I f
Mntalned not by precepts but 18. What is said of all these different foreclonur made and renderedby thereafter. with law. Said certificateembraces .agreed to by. vote of three-fifth and time judvmnt of sillier Dlvlalononnnurrad tii i.
the Honorable A. V. Long, Judgeof Name of vat Smith date October the following described of all the membr elected to eachhouse In b time niomlior of
| the consistent conduct of the' virtues? "Against such the Circuit Court of the 8th Judicial 2ft 1932, and every 14 days there property situated In Bradford county ; that the vote on said Joint elicit LMvlvInn. "," 01 11 b* the judgment i 4
nts themselves. there Is no law." Gal. 5:23: last Circuit of Florida' In and for after. Florid. to-wlt: Resolution were entered upon heir I of the court ,nonourrono of a 't '
Alachim County. In Chancery during Name nt vat. Provldeno, date, October N"or SIC% Section 1 Tp. 8. reHiieotlv Journal, with the yea tnxjorlty of the n..mbe. of the "
ut: of this simplicity and con clause. the ntmonce of the HonorableA. 26. 1932, and every 14 day It. 22 l .. contalnlnt aore.. and nays thereon, and they did determine court shall h* caviitry, a cl..cp.- ( ,, ,
Jtency comes that relation beleea Note.-The law condemns sin Z. Artklnn, Judge of the tflth thereafter.Name The : : property and direct that the laid Ion nncl Judirmut uf the h
Judicial Circuit from Raid 26th Judicial of vat Rogers, date, October under the said tl7rc'h Issued wa Joint R..lutlon". b* .iibmltteil to whathcr time court In sitting "oure
children and their parents but all these things. being virtues Circuit dated Heptember 27, 26. 19 U. and every 14 day. In the name of unknown. the. electors of the .state at the General divisions or when acting a. a single ibody.
IIOM historical name is Piety I are In harmony with the law. Theyare 1932 In that certain cause therein thereafter. Unless said certificate hall h* Election In November 133.. 'I L'4 '
between the Federal redeemed according to law, tax deed NOW, TllFlllOirORW, I, 11. A. tray All I
lately pending< Name of vat. Brown date, October capital eases. all cases .Involvlnpr SI :
B duty and loyalty of a child to produced by the Spirit; and the Land Bank of Columbia Plaintiff, IT. 1931 and every 14 day will I issue thereon on the Slit day of Secretary' of State nf the Stat of the determination uf state I
parents or of a wife to a law which is spiritual, cannot. and General Jaaper Scarboroughand thereafter. October, A. D. 1932. Florida, do hereby give notice that or federal constitutional questions j'Ii
therefore condemn them. wife. Willie M. Scarborough Name of vat Howard date, October Dated this SSIh day of SeptemberA. A and such other eases a* may b* dlr H I
Piety to God is, hus-I Stanley Moore< and wife Mra Stanley 27' 1931 and every 14 day D. IU.G. OKNIOIlit ICI.KCTIOKf I ..otd by the court .hal b* dtrm. OI11
1 else\ than the : I 19. From what condemnationdoes Moor, and The International thereafter. W. ALDERMAN will be h.ld In each county In Flor.J iliad by th* court a* a ilngl '
Spirit-leading ? "Butif Company A Florida corporation de Nnme of v.t. Howard date, October (1..1). Clerk of Circuit Court 1'M Tuesday next ucoeedtng the bo I '.V1
save us
J 1011 translated into a who Bradford County Florida. In November, A D. '
fendant the underalgned. wa 28, J 1931 and every 14 day 1 Chief Juitlca hall preside fli
rience. This is the home ye be led of the Spirit, ye are therein appointed a* Special Man- thereafter.Nam 9-JO-Bt- 151 the said Tuesday being the 0".r.each Division and over the 'J'44' '
kind of not under law." Verse 18. ten In Chancery. to execute the Ham. of Blackwelder. date, KIUHTII 1Y OF NOVHMBtOK clurt acting a* a single body and )g
|!ca makes the right a will on Mondav. the 7th day of November October SM, ;:.ta. and every 14 days; NOTICE) Of APPLICATION FOIl for the ratification or rejection of wlion, the Chief Justine la. 4 4 j4lt
f, where a boy thinks of his 20. To what unity are Christians 1V.12 during the legal hour thereafter. TAX BEEf the said I Joint Resolution proposingamendments or I is absent or In .. d''lual.fl..1 .
and his mother as cornS exhorted ? "Endeavoring to keep' of wale' before the Court House Name of vat Shaw date, October Notice la hereby given that William. to the Constitution of cause time Justin oMest .point .41 { fu t
r door. In (Mtarke, Florida Bell to the 29 1983. and every 14 day there Mahler holder of Tax Certif- the State of Florida Vial of,service present and qualified: ;i. '
i to whom it is happiness to the unity of the Spirit in the bond highest and beet bidder, for cash aft er. 0 loa Ie No. 25g. 5th day of August A. prssld over the entire court q 44

j and as advisers from whom it peace." Eph. 4:3.: the following described land. iltuate Name of vat. Or eon. date, October D. 111. haM filed said certificate A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing toAmenI .h.1 e."b division th"rof until the .'
lying and being In Bradford 29 1932, and every 14 day there In Ice and mad application Section B of Article I of dlxablllty of the Chief Justice !I. j4.f
l-afe to learn." County: ( ,, Florida to-wlt! after. for tax deed to ISHU thereon In aaonrdano the Constitution of the state of removuI., 45 4t'
e five verses of today's les Spirit of life and light and love. The RV4: of the NW'4'\ and the Brsdfer5 {'...n'y with law. Bald certificate Florida Relating to County Commissioner Th* vote rant In compliant! with l
NW>4 of the NK". and the NVj of Name of vat, ilarrell date Oc embraces the following described. .. aid proposed amendments, anil the '
k taken from Genesis review the Thy heavenly influence give; the HW'/' of the Ni:%. and all of the tober 18, 1912, and every 14 day property ..lu.lel In Bradford county BM IT RIOWOLVED HT THE LHOIHLATDlUa canvass, dflrlaratlon and r.turn. I
flakes of Jacob In rearing his Quicken our souls our guilt remove 8WU' of the NISM lying Went of thelUllio thereafter. d'h' OF TUN STATE) OF th..rnfr hall b* subj rt.d to the
road known aa Stark and Name. of vat Ha..... date October VVty of : of tr of NWM Section FLORIDA! annie regulations and riHtrlutlons aa .
uly. The bickerings jealousand Handernoii.. road all In Seo. 17. Tp. I 1*. 1931. and every 14 day thereafter. 14 Tp. 6, Rang I Bait I That section 5 ,.f Article S of time are provided by law for generallootlons iV
hatreds among his sons That we in Christ may live. H. H. S3 "1. containing 140 acres. containing 10 acres. Constitution nf the Slat of Florida In the state of Florida.'
more nr leia. Said land being Name of vat, New River date Tile assessment of said property relating to county commissioner, h* IN TKHTIMONBY WIlKnBOP .11 I '
| partiality shown by Jacob to- further described an ftc 1, 2. S, 4 October 20, 1K12 and every 14 day. unilur, the said certificate Issued wa and thu .sum Is hereby al..nd..1. and I have hereunto s.tmy '
I his son Joseph and his con His' love within us shed abroad and II of Florence N. Canova'n Sub- thereafter In the name of J. Homer LI"lnl.ton. a* amended IH agreed ,. and shall. hand and affixed the 4'.A
Life's ever-springing well Dlvli-lon. In NH of Section 17, Tp. IS. Columbia {'..tr Unless said c..rtto.t. h* submitted to the elector of the 'lrat Heal of the State of % I,
|uent sale by his brothers into ; It. 22 .East Name of vat, Mlkecvtll. date, October redeemed tax deed Stat of Florida at the general flection (SEAL) Florida, at Tallahassee, t I,
Usa slavery. You will recall Till God in us and we In God with the appurtenance. Raid sale 21, 1932 and every 14 day will Issue thereon on the 14th day of Representative to b* held In the Capital, this the 1st $ r
to be made pursuant to .aald decreeto thereafter.Name of October A. D. 112. 1932 for approval or '
In love eternal dwell. rejuollon. day of August, A D. 1913 1
Joseph had become ruler in .satisfy the Bam and contn.B. of v.t. Holland, data, Oc Dated thiN 19th day of Sept. A. D. Section B of Article a, a* sahi It. A. DRAY 'iIim i
I and had brought down tot -Thomas Howies. K. PKRRTMAN. tober 22, 1933, and every 14 days ItSl. hall read a.* follow I l--14t-ll-4 Secretary. of State.'
I t his .' A* "Special' Master In Chancery thereafter. v O. W. ALDERMAN ,,
father all his fam-
and LAYTON A OUAY. Name of vat, Elllsvllle, date, October (Seal Clerk of Circuit Court
At Jacob's death the brothers PRESBYTERIANServices Solicitor for Complainant' 24 1933 and every 14 day Bradford County Florida.

d, "Joseph will hate us, and -JO-Gt-10-2. ,. thereafter..Alarhua ('...at,. 9.28ltl0.3.JOr.Cp1

1 certainly requite all the evil Sunday, October 9, as nOTICE TO KBTORS* AND : of Davis date' October OF APPLICATION' FOR
b i we did unto him."' But Jos- follows: CIIEIIITORS J 7.2. nv.t. U day there ; TAX DEE, I
that all after. Notice l I"
Notice la hereby given I hereby given that Oeo.
said to his brethren, "Fear 10 a. m. Sunday school T. S. creditor, legatee. distributee. and Nam. of vat Poke date, October. C'. White, holder of Tax CertificateNo. .

[ Dot: I will nourlab and Williams acting supt. all pernon having claim against 17 1932, and every 14 day there I I4S, 7th day of July, A. D. 130
you, the estate of Guy C. Cady deceased after. has filed said ..rtflcat. In my office'
11 worship.
little ones. And comfort a. m. Morning sermon are hereby requested to present Name of vat, Bland date, October and mad tax deed to
!11.. by the pastor. Theme, "Shift their claim. to the ICon. leo. A. 18, 1931, and every 14 days. th.r..1 Issue thereon In accordance wJth
I
Gardiner, County Judge. of Bradford after. law. Bald certificate embraces the I
t conduct of Joseph lllus- ing Responsibility. County Florida. for the approval Name of vat Bland date, October' tol.wlnl described property situat
tea the effect of God's Spirit in 6:30: p. m. Christian Endeavor. within one year from datehereof. 19 1932 and every. 14 day there ford county Florida, to- ,
or till notice will I b* held In after. wit ,
fiome. bar thereto and all persons Indebtedto N.m. of vat. Dell date, October NEW of N10% less 14 acre on W. I
ID this Old Testament famJ. said entate ar* requested to pay 20, 1932, and very 14 day thereafter side. of nl".y Branch, Section 10
SAVE JOHN RUSKIN heir Raid debts forthwith to the Tp 7 H. (1 .
our lesson goes to the home undersigned' executrix. And each and every person firmor Tli;* assessment nf said property ILL1

loeeph and Mary at Nazareth CIGAR BANDS Thin (Oth day of September, 1932. corporaton. who. IH now or here. tinder the said certificate Issued was
re Jesus MRS. FLORA B. CADY, own.. or custodian or In the name of Chester FOB;*;.
was reared. t-30-9t-ll-J6. Executrix. person In chare of any cattle now llnles said certificate .hal be re-
e second chapter of Luke or hereafter. being within said part..* d.'n.j according to deed
'a short Ask dealer NOTICE' OP APPMCtTIOI: FOIl of ald. counties, "Florida are by law wil Issue thereon on the 10th day
history of the child- c your TAX DEED required to dip all such cattle within Otob..r. A. Ii. 19.12.

of Jesus, and with verse 40 for Premium Notice I is hereby given I that toy* \ fourteen and Including I V.t. Sth day. of September
-n" new S. Bishop, holder of tax certificate the ...tdalpm In saidcounties A. O. 1993.
begins "And the child No. 639 7th day of July, A. D. 190 a* the ..Iorah O. W. ALOFR1N. I YOUR OLD
'. and waxed strong in spirit Catalog. More has filed said certificate In my of- ::: I* to say, within (Seal) Clerk .QOFOR _
I with 'Ic. and mad application for tax toJI'n.h from 'and Including Bradford County Florida.
,; wisdom: and the grace 'd Havana to* deed to issue thereon In mccordanc. A. D. 1932 9-D-Ct-tO-T. OR LANTERN
| o4 was upon him." with law. Bald certificate' embrace at one or more of the official dipping LP _
a feast of baceo is now I the following I described property *lt- vat described In the aforesaid NOTICE OK ILEC.O. _
the
d Passover was uated In Bradford County, Florida resolution and schedule, .. .hal b* To the Sheriff of Bring in old lamp lantern and walkout '
every year to celebrate the'trance used in JOHN to.wltl moat convenient for the or nf the State of Florida your o .
I of the SH4 of KWV of BWU Section SO custodian. or person In charge of lie It A. GRAY with a brand latest model Coleman I
Israelites new
I.t from RUSKIN.making Township' 7 Houth Rang 20 East such cattle, upon the date specified Secretary r'tlta"'l: State 01, :
containing 20 acr*. for official cattle dipping! at such Ilo..lda an that a For a limited time $1.50 4
the i age of twelve the The a a** mnt of 11.l..0.r' vats, respectively and to dip or ELECTiON you get ,
the it
brew years greatestcigar under the Bald certificate wa cause b* dipped all such cattle, will b* held In Bradford County. old _
boy became amenable to In the name of A. M. \Vllllam. each and every fourteen day from State of Florida on Tuesday next tadei aoac o your _
law. and all men above twelve value at 5c.tp' Unlea said certificate shall b* and: after the date of the first dipping succeeding the tnt Monday In No or '
of redeemed according to law tax deed of such cattle, respectively, Tn vember. A. D. the said Tuesday lp late _
age Were required to at- : Smoke the size will URU. thereon on the list day such aforesaid\ vat a* shall b* themost being the choice of standard ;
the annual Passover Feast at r of October A. D. 132. convenient and on the date FIHTH OAT OJ NOVEMBER Tae your the S
"wiero. Prefer Dated this 2
,, ,0' Unl.d
Women might go to you I*". such vat, respectively, until th Florida, for six year Quick-Lites (match generating :
feast, but were not compelled Perfects Extra or O. ,V. ALDERMAN such time a* tb. Slat Live Clock from March 4. 193.1. 01the '
In The Clerk of Circuit Court. Sanitary Board of Florida, shall discontinue For seven (7) Presidential Elec ) new Roto-Types
lAnrt feast lMted seven days. (Seal) Bradford County Florida dipping In said oountle tor. 4 1
V When he was twelve i-r/i Panetela -SO-St-10-8. I HONE, ORDRltED AND ADOPTED ,For Representative In Congress, (instant lighting). Either mel /I
years By th. State Live Stock Rani. .. Ar .. 'n .hA ,,4 _
Toy Went to Jerusalem after NOTICI9 OK (*GUAIlAMTI tary Board of Florida. this Srd day Seventy-fourth I. lnr" : assures you the finest kd ,
ot the feaat... I By authority of and In accordancewith of Heptemher, A. D. 1912. ad Slate. n.a.'othe'Ut" service o
Ilter two tile provision. of Chapter 201. STATE LIVE STOCK SANITARY For Represenatlve of the Second lighting at low cot A 4
falllJUes days observance 7 NOW Law of Florida, Act of 1914 thatpart HOARD OF FLORIDA.By Cona-resaloi.al District. of the Stateof Coleman __
could return home: .of Union -County lying Routh I T. Mutton. Berlll. Chairman Florida In the Seventy-Fourth Lap and Late I : __
When they t4 of a lln* running between Section Attest: J. V. Knapp State VeterlnBU Congress of the United Slat**. make and '
as' had tulfilled the HAVANA 15 and It. 11 and IS. 27 and 34, 28 'I ian. For Uovsrnor of the State of Flor tei own gaa f j J
they returned, the child I MORE t tG1CAR5 and 13 29 and 12. and 1O and .Ij IT" FURTHER 'RI8LVEDthai ida.For I.QudiljbeModslC32
"nled behind I Township C HqutK Rang 18, 1* and each and every 1..r.ta. of State of the regular motor fue. .
lIIe In Jerusalem. 10 East and that part Bradford corporation. who I. now *r may hereafter Stat 'Iorld.
InIUPPOslnC him to have I County lying west of Rang line b* the owner, citetodlan. or For Attorney General of the ; ,
I 3nsa2* between Itange lit and 20 and that / person In charge, of aoy cattl*. Stat of Florida. _
ey'e; company went a day's 114' part of Columbia county 'lying east mules, horses, ass** or. other animals For Comptroller of the State of Regale, Price $6.qs.. :
they Bought him of State road No. t and south of which are or may be subject Florida.
their kinsfolk Township lln. between Townshlpa Sand ''to Inle.tato. with cattle fever For Treasurer of the Btat of
and acqualn I (. and that part of Alachuaj(t Annulatue). and Florida. Co.e.iar
county lying north of Township line I which are now or may hereafter be For Superintendent of Fubllo Instruction NOWi
worshipers Ii between Township. t and 7. I I. hereby within the above described C.rrl. : of the State of Florida.
for traveled In placed under quarantine for the I tory bit and they are hereby required : For Commissioner of Agricultureof
protection. Ii of carrying out eystemtatla to clip all such Cattle. nor**
and social purpose the State of Florida LAMPS !
art II tick eradication In said part. of I mul., ase or other animal, within For Tare Justice of the Supreme : L Len
4Q4 maid 1 and no cattle, or olh- fourteen day*'from and after the Court of the Stat of w" _
they e .
turned back again to .r : .::I'-r: thing which are or first dipping dat or date a. above For One Railroad Florida I _
Infsstatlon with scheduled, that I I. to withinfourteen .. ( 4 _
After three may b* ubjeet to say of the Stat of Fb .14a
him In daYJI they I cattle fever tick (ofargaropua An. day from the leth day of For Stat Fifteenth
the temple, aitticgl I nulatus). eh*II be transported moved October A. D. ml. ut one or mar Senatorial District of the State of SEE YOUR LOCAL DEALEROOI :
Slnidstot. this *r allowed to tray or drift within ef the alell dipping vat described '
docton
r them ouII SATISFY through. Into .. tree th* *Jx>,* I In tho) : :: aa hall the For Om. member of the Rons *f _
oe"l asking thei5III described territory, except under,:. mostod C Iaat :usllan Representative of the State of Flor TI COLEMAN LAMP AND COMPANY
Lt that beard II and In accordance with the provision I or WICIOTA, gAits, IOV \
tatoru.Al1d him .c ida.For 1
JOc SMOKERS of Chapter '101, Law of Florida cattle mules, horse. asses Coonty M i
at b1. waderitani.1 j 121, and the rules and regula- animals, and upoa the data specified For Sb.rjff..udc. 0.. I LS Aa 01"2 4 I"
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r' Bradford County Telegraph. they served filet steaks with mushrooms their little story, and what hap- la for politics, worked 12 hours a bas been with -
arsenic '
Instead of cold ham and potato pended r The same thing only more day-and lived, to a ripe old age, shipped. CIUU1b

h Established 1877' Maybe You'veHeard salad. of it, and when the stampede was Stores burned coaloil lamps- These services ,'
protect
over and they bad a chance to alt ;carried everything In stock from against the inferior the PUbI:

It ButAnd And another thing, I had a heck down with a pencil and paper they .a needle to a plow-trusted everybody kerosene, the farmer gasoline "',
__ MEM.BERFLORIDA : L of a time tryln' to find a place to found that they had actually broken -never took an inventory- or worthless fertilizer agalDat N-
park my car on account of all the all sales records since the store placed orders for goods a year In rus industry and Ule
t'' PRESS ASSOCIATION \ good places beln' filled with char- was established. advance-always made money. ruined against haVing
by
maf.ket.
la our face red? Last weekour dumping
iots from Georgia, Illinois, Michigan Today women, wear silk stock The ot
milk
1932 6 birth editor, suffering: a mental Missouri and points north. Then Mr. Rlngling came to town ings, short skirts, low shoes, no protects the inspection IIeI'Yj

4ms- [}.ct.Wa.Jtd :y '' .... laps (which we are thankful does with his little medicine show and corsets, an ounce of undearwearhave Florida. producer public and alp
.ar not from L
often
dated the
come more ) .
I knew we were gonna have a parked It in a hard to get location bobbed hair smoke, paint and state competition ouu
new arrivals October 23rd Insteadof lot of people down here this season but do you think that kept any powder, drink cocktail, play products. With Inter!

e Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class September 23rd. There Is nothing but I wasn't expectln' 'em to body away? Not so you could no- bridge, drive cars, have pet dogs, I The
: that we admire more than our: arrive before breakfast like this. tice it. They packed the big top and go In for politics. income for the depa
M Matter at. the Post Office at Starke Florida' reporters getting their news In on lis derived from
How many more days did you say twice, and the only reason they Men have high blood pressure, the special tees P&1d
time, but when they get a monthin I manufacturer
r It was until Christmas? didn't sell more reserved seats wear no hats, and some no hair, or distributor
; E. S. Matthews ________..___.__. ____.. Owner and Publisher advance it la time to call a halt. --e any shave their whiskers ; the products inspected
l was because they didn't have 'em. shoot golf, The t
?, J. C. Robinson ___________ ._..__ ..__....__ Managing Editor For this mistake our birth editoris Well, now that the customersare bathe twice a day drink poison, charged are so small that it h
hereby demoted to tOe rank of beglnnin' to drop In on us, And still you hear some folks play the stock market ride In air- feasible to pass them on to the J

SUBSCRIPTION RATE tor.third assistant favorite recipe edi don't forget what I told you about ankle around Bobbin' about how plans-never go to bed the same sumer tloD. In who the benefits by the P

greetln' 'em wth a grin. You terrible business is, and nobody'sgot day they get up-are misunder- case of gasoline
' $ Yearly $1.50; Six: Months 75c-Payable In Advance know the National Hard Luck any money and besides it looks stood at home 'Work five hours a Is 1-8 cent a gallon. On fertlj,

Advertising: Rates on Application The dance at the armory Friday Story Tellin' Contest closed several like rain again. a day and play 10-die young. cotton Is seed meal and feed t the
is 25 cents
night advertised to last from a ton.
weeks ago and these folks Stores have electric lights, cash On citrus ,
9 'til tired. It's a good thing that 2 1.2 cents a box is
are comin' down here to forget It Listen: There's plenty of business registers, elevators, never have charged De
R Democratic Presidential Electors there are no marathon dancers In era in milk who
are
$ not
i 4 i for the guy who'll Just takea what the customer wants-trusts the p
: r, Group No. 1-Hugh C. Sparkman Starke.hire an It orchestra might prove for expensiveto three or Winter visitors happen to be the lot of weight off'the seat of his nobody-take Inventory dally- of dudes$25. pay an annual license

l s Group No. 2W. B. Lanier four finest material in the world to pants and go after It And remem- never buy In advance--have overhead
days. make permanent residents out of, ber this. If you've got something mark up, mark down, quota, The Income from these t
,; fj) t Group No. 3-George !.I, Dorman .,. and all we've got to do, is just to sell that represents real VALUE budget, stock control, annual and amounts usually to around a k
'tY ''' + Group No. Williard W. Ayres article The Delray headed Beach News .In an make these folks ,like it so well and you'll take a healthy AD- semi-annual end of the month, dol- million dollars. The cost of UK

Group No. 5-William Fairbanks Watch His Campaign"Howey Music"Should they'll want to stay here the rest VERTISEMENT In your local day, rummage-economy day sales tual Inspection service Is la
says of their lives. newspaper and tell folks about It.you'll -and never make any money.- neighborhood of $l OoOO. Th<
No. 6 Herbert William Fisher that after that candidate for the ference Is
: Group get results, Just like other Arkansas Exchange. used In paying the

t ? Group No. 7-G. T. McClellan j Delray governorship last week finished the his loudspeaking speech inI And this is a mighty good time to folks are gettln' -0Florida' pauses rlculture's of the commissioner ot

''l t For Governor-Dave Sholtz apparatus began to play "Lit- begin think about makin' that -- Agricultural Department In department, one of
largest the
two dollars been slttln' aroundwtshln' People are pretty much the I capital, and in aid
". you
A ; i For United States Senator-Duncan U. Fletcher tie White Lies. There are a number of state offices other funds. Without
you had. You'd be surprised same here, there or somewhereelse this m
For Congressman-at-Larke J. Sears And the bow much BUSINESS there is they respond to an Intelli which operate upon their own tance the expenses would fall ni
Leesburg Commercial income and cost the general tax- the
P For Comptroller M Lee. tells a good one that happened at scattered about waitin' for some gent sales message in your town payers nothing but there Is one general taxpayer.
r" 1 the home of Congressman Her- ambitious guy to step _out andgather I Just like they do in Tampa Jacksonville which DayS not onlY. Its own wav The inspection Bureau feat ipelvising

J o- bert Drane. The congressman has it. or Kankakee. but also meets the entire expenseof inspector, a cashier i
The farmer is getting plenty of attention as November an' old negro servant who answer- I one of the largest state depart bookkeeper, a stenographer
ed the Just for example, :Maas Brothers Why not break your best sales two clerks at the capitol In Ta
telephone one day ments. The Inspection Bureau
recently I
,
the 8th draws pays
: near. record not hassee. In the field
and
lateron
bye are
Tampa's leading department bye or 181m
All Drane heard was "It sho am"repeated ,the entire cost of operation of the ;
wild but RIGHT NOW. There tots and a number are added
0 In store, ran hog the other day are dm
of
quick succession. When department agriculture in addition
and paid a lot of, regular plenty of good dollars layin' the marketing of citrus fruit 71
'' da is the old mammy came back into the money to its own expense and frequently -
We wonder has told that there
why no one Ripley a
for double paged ads In the local around the house In your neighborhood Inspectors are located at varl
t room she was asked what the assists the general
:i ; y, funeral home in Jacksonville the of Geter and per- revenue points in the state
4 run by firm son calling had wanted. "Nothin newspapers, but they remembered Just waiting' for your Invi- fund and other state funds with Including
I that their biggest sales records tation to come over and meet your entry ports. The Milk Inspect!
;paker. No doubt their specialty is cremating sah, nothln' atall, the old negress amounts running Into thousands of
answered were made as a direct result of cash register. Service of this division haa an
"Dey Jlst said wuz des dollars.
I 0 liberal newspaper advertising, so flea in Gainesville under the el
,
Mr. Drane's residence and I said For instance for the year ending
Why couldn't cassava be grown commercially here? May- it sho wuz, and den dey said it wasa they decided to quit foolln and take a sure-enough ad, just to see a stenographer.
be there is a reason, but we are asking for it. Lots of peopleeat long distance frum Washington what would happen. paid 196948.46 into the general -
fun Mr. Drane, and ah told dem it [ From Other Pens j jA fund to assist she taxpayer in the
tapioca, and that is what cassava roots are good for sho wuz and dat's all dey wuz to expenses of the state. Campaign Stun
It." And the next mornin' they had _._ _...... .
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--- -- The service The Financial
n- rendered by this bureau World relay]
to: call out the to keep'folks
cops What Fifty Years Have Done to Us is inspection of gasoline, kero- pip of 'a gag fro mthe Wall Stijlector.
i It doesn't take much effort to town from bustin' in the store
keep a looking spic througha
SOMEBODY DIED OR sene, fertilizer, feed, milk, ice An Irish truck driver
',t; and span. A little weed cutting such as Starke has been getting SOMETIIINC plate glass window, before they Fifty years bustles ago women wore cream, and citrus fruit Inspectorstake his helper were making delivery]
could get the front door open. All hoop-skirts, petticoats cor-
during the week is all the fall outfit town samples of gasoline and kero- Wall Street. At Broad Street!
past new a day long, men, women and children : sets, cotton stockings, high buttoned
: asks. No sooner had we parked the car with their hands full of real shoes, flannel nightgowns, puffsin sene, have them analyzed with rounded the corner at a fast
than equipment standardized by the federal and missed a roped-off excavnij
: we heard
someone that
say United Staets kept millin' their hair-did their own cook-
money
: : 1 0 there: wouldn't be any circus-It up and down the aisles tryln' to Ing, baking, cleaning, washing. government and where a prod- only by inches. His helper becij
tad uct is found that does not come up excited and shouted to him"Didn't :
Millions of dollars big shots in rained somewhere or somebody crowd in on the sales girls. It was !ronlng-raised big familieswentto
are spent yearly by keeping hd
> had died or and to specifications Its sale Is forbid you see that sign
w i something, terrible. Floor-walkers church Sunday-were too busy I
3 were *o
ff their names on the front pages. Along comes a snake and the tent hadn't come-but every directtn' traffic they to be sick. den. Gasoline measuring pumps.are Ing on the rope around that M
busy forgot
: gets caught in a spider web a week or so ago and he gets as body hung around, held by that all about their Athletes Foot, andy Men wore wiskers, square hats, also tested Fertilizer with and standard Work'r""Don't reading, "Slow Down-Men
equipment. Ingredients
t ,much space as the best of them strange magnetism the center of > six p. m. their stock was reduc- Ascot ties, red flannel underwear, for fertilizer are analyzed and be childish," retorted
a crowd bas for its outer
edges- ed until the to look
I place began big watches and chains-chopped
o but anyway we could never ret I citrus fruit is inspected and testedto Irishman. "Pay no attention
; i like an empty warehouse.. wood for stoves-bathed every see no Immature or worthless those signs That's Republi;
t, : ( This is truly a"year of political upsets. Young Philip we the stuck car out around of that vacant lot80 '.8'- Saturday night.-drank 10-cent fruit is shipped. Fruit must meeta propaganda.-New York MIng <

4.t1. LaFollette was defeated recently for the governorship of Wisconsin the show sooner also-they'd later have Then Senra-Roebuck lost their whiskey and five-cent beer-rode juice content test and fruit that Telegraph.
or ,
somebody mind and took six to tell
( pages bicycles, buggies, or sleighs-went
i, 1 after that state had been dominated for years by members said, so we waited-but they never -

girl of his family. His was the first defeat suffered by a got the tent up, and to make matters -
worse It to
began rain-and
i LnFollette in forty years, the Plant City Courier r
.+ says. we thought oC W the hippopotami,
,
I
i ,l o- we'd planned for weeks to see- ,

Comptroller Ernest Amos says that the liens of the state and It made us mad and the more I .
we thought the madder we got unUt .
//-V and the counties are gradually being wiped out by the practice we happened to notice that not .Visit the ;

t 7._ of cutting timber and operating for turpentine on lands three feet away stood a human hippo '4'
eating a hot dog-with a blob
which have tax liens outstanding against them. County commissioners
of mustard on her chin-and she .
,rr ? _1 and sheriffs should make every effort to cooperate bad OB a dress with big red circles ,

with the comptroller in stopping this unlawful practice. whereas an ordinary hippopotamus :
has only a dull, drab bide-- '

u so we had our laugh, but we missed
Strawberry growers should take advantage of the Agricultural the clowns-and then three college FORD SALON

boys came along--and In placeof
r Extension Service's offer to furnish them with a free
the giraffe his human counterpart -
booklet strawberry production. The number of the bulletin '
on stood not so far to the left- ,.
.' '
,
l is 63 and it covers in detail every problem that can con and when he swallowed his adams 1U."",

A front the grower. A few of the many topics discussed are: apple seemed to detour Instead of .
going straight up and down-a real
varieties, yields, soils, setting of plants sources of plants giraffe couldn't do that If he tried ,, -

:fertilizers, cultivation, mulching, picking and packing selling -and Just as we began to think i Andrews Ford Dealership

f ,methods shipping and diseases. that nothing would take the placeof
I the monkeys, a group of subdebs -
1 o came along, quite as preoccupied ''

On Monday President Hoover delivered the address at with lighting their ciga- :, OPPOSITE COURTHOUSE, STARKE
rettes as ever with
monkeys were
's.1'. the cornerstone laying for the new Post Office Department shelling peanuts-and then the

; i building in Washington! a structure that Henry T. Rainey crowd began to thin out-and some-

;. majority leader of the House of Representatives says the were fussing and one or two kids

government has about as much need for as a new capitol were cheated-we'd crying-but seen we the no circus longer and felt Saturday Oct. 8th.

building. The old post office structure a monumental edifice the five dollar bill In our pocket .

,y, of granite comparatively is to be was still Intact. "
new scrapped, although it '''\'d- '

was built to last one hundred years. It stands today absolutely Just to give-you something to i 2:30 P. M. to 10:00 P. M.fl"'YOU'are .

unempaired and as good as the day it was originally worry about Wincbell says that .

dedicated. It will cost $250,000 to tear it down. No building the smallest feather Inhaled during k, I. .... <-,
I sleep will cause death. Better .i ,'"_ : : ; ,
is to be constructed upon its site which is to be added to the ';/">:;; ;
'
i' move your bed to the other side cordially invited to attend a salon A cutaway' chassis is also on display. You
parking system of the District of Columbia. The old building I of the house from the chicken coop. 'I\
I j Po. of. the New Ford V-8. For the first time all can examine every working part, see how it
is being torn down merely because it obstructs the view

of one of the new buildings! now approaching.completion in I What to dine locally and dance as "Bucket place is referred of ::, fourteen of the new Ford body types will,be functions, learn the care with which it is

the District of Columbia. Blood" ., on display here: You can inspect them con- made and realize the simplicity and sturdiness -

0- venlently, carefully and at your leisure. of.Ford construction.One .
1 A real old-fashioned set of luxurious
CREDIT WHERE CREDIT ISN'T DUE side-burns, proudly flowing of the features of the show Is that arrangements There are talking pictures and special exhibits

f from the lee and weather side ofa have been made for you to ride which show many of the new features.In .
well-dressed man last week sent
One of those strange ideas that begins no one knows us scurrying for the calendar. Perhaps and drive the cars if you wish. There is Attendants will be on hand to give yon any

where, but never-the-less finds adherents, seems to be going it was all a dr.am-the war
of
We Information the ,
course, no obligation. sincerely want you might wish about cars
r the rounds. It has been pointed out by those, who are in -prohibition-woman's suffrage
of the Wall street crash> But no, every one to ride in this great new car ,and or. the details of their construction.
charge
distributing the flour that
government who
many nothing la so sadly disillusioning ';.e', realize, first-hand the thrill of its amazing If phone Ford dealer he'll gladly
you
have received this aid believe that their sack of flour is more as a calendar, it was Friday, Sep your

or less a personal gift from President Hoover, and that as tember 30th, 1933. =i performance., : Don't miss this splendid op- pick you up. at your.home or office,and taken"

soon as there is no more Hoover there will be no more flour. And now aa-the wise-cracker of ... :portunlty. you to the salon. .

For the benefit of those misguided ones a brief history of 1920 would have said "Tours 'til fo' .

the free flour might not amiss. The Federal Farm Board Marlene Dietrich play 'Rebecca of ..A" ..
Sunnybrook '' X>'r .
bought up part of the great surplus of wheat (and also cotton r *t -

which will be distributed soon) in an effort to stabilize Farm'1. ..

prices; a Democratic House of Representatives passed the i .... -

1 bill requiring it to be distributed to the needy people of the i-",' ,. -

f country, and the American Red Cross paid for having the tl,

k 3 wheat. ground into flour and the cotton made into cloth, and o elczssij

paid the expenses of having it shipped to the various distributing *t RUSSSIl KAY J. W. Andrews Jr.
points throughout the country. ***'* ...T. Florid* p,... AM.ri.u..

r r<* Perhaps flour will cease to be given away if Roosevelt Hurrah the depression "" over. ,

., Pf;1 is elected president, but it will be because every man will have. How do I know well m tell you ,.' -.. ...
his own. I went to a Luncheon Club the
other day and believe It or DOt,


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