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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 14, 1932
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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VOLUME FIFTY-FOUR TAUKJ!:. FLORIDA FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1933 _____ NUMBER_FIFTY .. '.. A
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Howey's ProgramIs \ Funds To Carry Needed On Now Fight Names AnnouncedThat | DAVE 'SHOLTZ Sholtz Will Bring Bradford Gets $1000 n




{ Explained Here And -Maintain Lead Will Appear !I Campaign IssuesTo -1;: I ,/

Funds are urgently needed to '
For October Relief f ; :
carryon the campaign of Gov. ; : :f :

..By Tampa Lawyer presidency Franklin ,D.according Roosevelt to a for wire the received On Nov. 8th Ballot N' t a'oVi1'Sw Starke Soon at klrf


I I James A.the Farley first of, chairman this week of from the Work Begins. Soon "t.;;
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Tampa, Attorney Attacks Sholtz'a national Democratic campaign. List Shows Democratic and Republican IDemoratio Nominee Will Speak 5

riatform-Warns Against Candidates In :, here Wednesday. At
Funds i
are needed Immediately, Mr.
Sale Tax I Various Contests ,' Courthouse -- -- -
Farley declared "to safeguard a 'sJYt General Election
present Roosevelt advantage ; MORE MONEY LATER I,
J. B. Eversole, Tampa attorney, The general election ballot handed Dave Sholtz, Democratic nominee Book "
against desperate efforts of Registration
speaking in behalf of W. J. How- ents." oppon- to the voters of Bradford coun- for governor, Is scheduled to Application for Employment te Bo i ? +

tft candidacy for the governorship Contributors to the national ty on November 8th will carry the T ) speak here Wednesday, Oct. 19, at Will Close Oct. 15 Filed With Council ::1' H,S

brought an explanation of the fund are urged to make an ImmedIate names of the following Democraticand 2 p. m. at the court house, accord- Here. this Week

platform of the Republican nominee Republican candidates: Ing to a statement Issued this Registration officials In Florida -
if Contri-
into Bradford county,Saturday butions response be possible.left at the> Tele- For presidential electors (Dem.) week at State Democratic Head were notified here by the attorney Bradford county has received ui
may Sjt'
afternoon. Mr. Eversole made his graph office,from where they will -Williard W. Ayers, George M. quarters.The general that state law requires $1,000 from Federal,funds to begin

address at the corner of Call and be forwarded immediately to na- Dorman, William Fairbanks, Her nominee's appearance here registration for the November 8 its unemployment relief program. .

Walnut streets, analyzing: and discussing tional where bert W. Fishier, W. B. Lanier, G. will be under the auspices of the general election to end Saturday, This amount Is not expected to
headquarters a record -
the platform of Democratic of the contributions is kept T. McClellan, Hugh C. Sparkman.For Bradford County Democratic Executive October 19, and not Saturday, October cover all relief needs, but has been i' r

nominee, Dave Sholtz, and presentIng and credit will be given to the Individual presidential electors, (Rep.) Committee, which is mak- 22, as announced previously. alloted for the month of October: ,

a part of Howey's program for givers as well as the state '-Julia A. Aldrich, George S. L ing all arrangements for the local Saturday will be the final day future Increases will be based on.. : ;I

the state. quota. The need la ..Imperativeloyal Ames, Herbert L. Anderson, F. rally, for paying poll taxes to qualify this month's experience. i ,,

Warn Against) Sales Tax I I Democrats are urged to do Ray Anderson Miles H. Draper, A big crowd is expected to turn for the general election. The funds comes out of the-

Eversole sounded a warning their utmost at this time. W. R. O'Neal, John F. Walter. out to greet Mr. Shnltz, as Brad- Publication of a list of quail $331,111made\ \ available last week
Mr.
sales tax, declaring e For United States Senator- Democratic nominee for Governor ford County Democrats have long fled electors in a newspaper In by the Reconstruction Finance) +
against a general Duncan U. Fletcher (Dem.) ," awaited his here. Al- each is required between )
that If the of Sholtz who will speak here \VNt *- appearance county Corporation for relief work In y

carried out program, that would be the Hoke Smith Chosen For Congress from the State at nesday afternoon, ,OcV 19th. though his 'speech will be brief, closing of the registration bookson Florida. 1 r {

were a Large-W. J. Sears (Dem.), GlennB. he is accompanied by loud speaking October IS and October 20. The principal work project under j
method left for making up
only Skipper (Rep.) apparatus so that everyone A previous announcement had consideration in the county Is

deficit would of approximately result from$5,600,000which the ex- For Congress from the Second Rally; Next WeeF will be able to hear what he says, said the final date for such publication the opening of Alligator Creek !,4

of the school to nine B.E.F. Field OfficerElected District-R. A. Green (Dem.) no matter how large the crowd. was November 4, but this from Starke to Rowell Lake, which ; v i
tension year
For Governor-W. J. Howey This marks the third week of was revised to conform with the has been recommended by state +
of free text books
months offering! and the reduction of (Rep.), Dave Sholtz (Dem.). At JacksonvilleRecord his Itinerary. He Is engaged In an earlier date for closing registration. health officials for the prevention' { '
the state
by
license tag cost to At First National Convention For Secretary of State-R. A. intensive speaking campaign, of malaria mosquito breeding.
the automobile Gray (Dem.). which will keep him busy until the .
Work will this
at UniontownPennsylvania probably begin on
for small and large automobiles -
$5 and $10 For Attorney General-Cary D. general election, and has been en- I +
;
"Galherhrg project next week, as soon as ap
respectively.He Landis (Dem.). Expected to thusiastically received by great Two Parties Only plications for work have been Investigated 6
said the extension of the Hear Sholtz and Others! .
For Comptroller, F. Knotta crowds wherever he has appeared.Mr. and crews have been %L

school year would cost the peopleof Hoke Smith, Bradford countyman (Rep.), J. M. Lee (Dem.). Make,Sl) v'hee Sholtz will arrive here from organized.The I s

the state $1,500,000; that free whose name means power In For Treasurer-W. V. Knott Green Cove Springs, where he will Listed On Ballot relief fund will be divided! ;r 'F'

text books for two years would the Bonus Expeditionary Force, (Dem.). Jacksonville.. Plans are rapidly j I speak at ten o'clock In the morn- the five commissioner di.-e
among
and that the loss of was elected national field officerof being completed for the appear:
cost $426,000 For Superintendent of Public Instruction Ing. He will fill an engagementIn tracts In the county in proportionto

half the present automobile tag that body at its first national -W. S. Cawthon (Dem.).' ance here next Monday night of Gainesville Wednesday night, the number of unemployed each +frIc f'' +

tax would amount to $3,750,000. convention, held at Unlontown, Pa. For Commissioner of Agricul- Dave Sholtz, Democratic nomineefor Dwlnlnn. Eliminates All Save Republican contains. Applications for work a' {

The attorney spoke of what he last Friday Smith had previouslybeen governor, who will open his Democratic k
ture-Nathan Dem. .
Mayo ( ) '
Walks must be filed at the main office of f '
called the rising cost of state gov- serving In the capacity of national For Justice of the Supreme general election campaign In Du- Boy to Jail Nominees the relief council in Starke, they

ernment under the present admin supply officer for the force. Court (three) Rivers Buford, val county at a mammoth rally on h
will then be
that a pledgefor The convention of Laura street, at Hemming Park. During DeliriumW. The Investigated by mem I
istration, recalling adopted a set Fred H. Davis, William H. Ellis Tallahassee. Supreme bore of the council and the work tF i' ;

economy had been made by by-laws and a national policy (all Dem.). Other speakers appearing on the Court last Thursday handed downa awarded to the most .
needy cases.Applications
Governor Carlton in 1928. He said which Includes the following For Railroad Commissioner. platform with Mr. Sholtz will Include W. Baisden, keeper of the decision which Attorney Genera: ; will be received Fri "' '

that the state road department points: "Support of honest personsin B. Douglas (Dem.). Sen. D. U: Fletcher, Jacksonville county jail, has had many strange Landls. said limits the November day and Saturday of this week so.
alone for three under the both parties support of con- ; J. Mark Wilcox West general election ballot to the print
years ; For Senator, 15 Senatorial District requests during his years of service that crews be to work II
present administration had cost gressional candidates favoring just ,Palm Beach and W. J. Sears, Jacksonville ed names of nominees of the Dem may put
--J. M. Mann (Dem.). there, hut Monday night was Monday, if possible. # 1;
,OOOOOO in excess of the cost un- veteran legislation; 100 percent For Member of the House of nominees for Congress, one of the few times anyone has ocratic and Republican parties. He It is estimated by A. J. Thomas i';' -
der the previous administrationand opposition to Herbert Hoover and and Cary D. Landis, attorneygeneral the said the decision would supercede ;
Representatives G. M. Inman begged to be locked up behind secretary of the relief council, that: s '
that highway construction was opposition to any third party (Dem.). of Florlda.I/.J formidable-looking. his ruling of Wednesday that the ISO ,can be n
approximately men
coating $9,000 per mile more than movement prior to November 9, County Candidates Raymond Hams, chairman of About three o'clock Tuesday Communist, Prohibition and Lib given work for three days a week + {
the boom prices of 1925.: the Duval County campaign com- erty Parties in Florida should have +
during 1932.Walter There are no Republican candidates morning, during that calm period out of the $1000 alloted for Oc.. I
The speaker told of some of the W. Waters was reelected mittee, says he is confident Mr. their candidates' names printed on ; 4
I for any of the following coun- just after the last resident has tober. The workers will be paid, f fa
is advocating In his national commander but later Sholtz and the other speakers will the ballots.
things Howey I ty offices: turned In for the night, and just I dollar a and will work eight

bid) <1 for the gubernatorial election. |I 1 sent in his resignation giving ill- For County Judge-E. K. Per- be greeted by the greatest crowd before the first one has risen for The decision came as an order I. hours. If more than this number 4'

The Republican nominee favors, health as the reason. ryman. ever assembled In Jacksonville fora the day, Mr. Baisden was awakened denying H. R. Harris of Jacksonville of applications are approved by the j
be the consolidation of many Smith however replied that he political rally. a writ of mandamus orderingthe
said For Sheriff-W. J. Epperson. by a clamoring at the door of council It be to cut 'a
necessary i'd t
may
of the circuit courts of the state felt obliged to refuse to accept the "Mr. Sholtz Is conducting the Duval County Commission to
For Tax Assessor-N. D. Wain- the jail. He went out to find Alton the number of day a week each 5 II 1) '
and compared the number in Florida resignation saying that Waters wright. same vigorous type of campaignhe McKinney, sixteen-year-old son of place his name on the general elec- works i'

with those of some other will be granted a year's leave of For Tax: Collector-C. A. Knight. waged during the primary," Will McKinney, begging to betaken tion ballot an a Prohibition Party man ....

states declaring that Florida absence) or as much longer as is For Superintendent of Public Mr. Harris declares. "He will havean In for the night. i candidate for county commission T

should have only as many as it necessary to restore him to health. Instruction-A. J. Grlffls. Interesting message for the McKinney was dressed in nightClothes er. J Chas. Daugherty

"actually needs"Howey Waters announced that he refused For County Commissioners: J. :voters of Duval county. Mr. Sholtz and was in a delirous con- In effect, the court held that the fli '

favors the merging of at- to reconsider his resignation, M. Rosier, District No.1; L. L. who is now campaigning In the dition. Mr. Baisden tried to per-' Florida election laws, as amendedIn Ordained to Gospel ;i .',

torneyahlps on public boards and and that is where matters standat Conner, No.2; Mallory Thomas, I lower end of the peninsula, is being' suade the sick boy to let himselfbe 1931 entitled only nominees of s'rr

commissions, citing the possible retention greeted by great crowds at each political parties as recognized: by 1" '
present.In No. 3; G. W. Hinson, No. 4; O. W. taken home, but to no avail so The Tulsa, Okla. Press, In Its Issue -*
of one or two for the coun- the meanwhile Smith keeps Andrews, No. 5. point Included In his itinerary. the jailor finally took him Inside law to have their names printedon
of Oct. 7 carries the I
Friday !4
ty school board and county com- his for the bon- The nominee is scheduled to the general election ballot, and
busy waging fight
For School Board: James T. and put him to bed for the night. article concerning the 4t ,
mission. If such consolidation, he and a new speak In Miami Friday night. A that at this time only the Demo- following
us payment planning Moore, District No. 1; W. C. Manning Early Tuesday morning the boy's ordination of J. Charles Daugherty, d R +'

said, saved each county $20,000, march on the White House. Ac- No. 2; J. H. Kelly, No. 3. telegram received yesterday at father arrived at the jail, having eratlo and Republican parties are son of W. E. Daugherty of this) j
i
that would amount to a saving of cording to an Associated Press dis- For Bond Trustees: W. E. To- state Democratic' headquarters lathe looked in every possible place for so recognized.In i

11,370,000 annually to the taxpayers patch a group of veterans led by rode, District No. 1; W. L. Wall, George Washington hotel from his son. He said that Alton had view of the decision Landls city Last: evening J. Charles
Sunday
of the state. him said that they would attemptto No.2; E. S. Matthews, No.3; the Dade county committee says: been sick with fever, and that he advised Secretary of State Gray of Tulsa brother of A.
Mr. Eversole bitterly attacked to President "Sholtz will have the largest gathering not to certify the names) of candidates Daugherty ,
present personally him to bed at
Ovid Haynes, No. 4; H. B. Gainey, 1 put Monday night Paul Daugherty, pastor of the local
Sholtz for his proposal to abolish Hoover Thursday of this week, a No. B. In Bayfront Park on October their home about a mile east of presented by political parties 4
Christian church ordain
the State Railroad Commission. He aid for needy former that Miami has ever witnessed. other than those nominated by was duly 'Hit
petition asking For Constable-W. E. Thornton, town. At six: o'clock Tuesday ed to tho ministry of the Gospel. r'; \ ,
the Miami tele-
said that the commission had been soldiers the coun- Comment on the Democrats and Republicans.
throughout District No. 2. morning he went Into the boy's
"J" Is the last of three brothers
the only salvation of the Florida gram, Chairman Harris declares it However, the Supreme Court I F
room and found him gone.
to be ordained to the and
In his try.They to a is the purpose of his committeeto ruled there Is nothing to prevent ministry t
grower fight against corpor- also sought present ROUTE ONE, LAWTEYMrs. Mr. McKinney followed the boy's these three children '
ations. To abolish the commission resolution which Smith said was give Mr. Sholtz an even greater footprints leading to town in ,the members of those parties which only comefrom ''jJ

would be to the only the B. E. F., crowd when he appears In :Jack- cannot have their candidates' parents) who themselves are s
remove adopted recently by H. J. Belflower of High dirt road, until they were lost at ministers, making five ministers) 'el; N I
means of defense that the grower convention In Union town, Pa. The Springs, is visiting her brother, sonville.Mr. the beginning of the brick pave- names printed on the ballot from in a family of five.
,
addressed to the president Sholtz Is scheduled to begin voting for the candidate of their
possesses. resolution
Mr. Leslie McClelland of Lawtey. ment near the city light plant. He Wm. D. Is '
Daugherty now pastorof ,
at 8 o'clock. HLs address
Reform Are Suggested concluded that "the assem- Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hall and speaking then began looking for his son at\; choice. the Church In '
great Mayfleld
Repeal of the state statute allowing bled representatives of the B. E. sons, Earl and Elmer, and daughter will trol from be broadcast WJAX.State by remote con- the homes of relatives in town. "The privilege of having the Kentucky a church of nearly lt 1

P., hereby severely censure you Ora spent the week-end with name printed on the ballot (since
one per cent fee to attor- 300 members; "A. Paul" (Is pastor 'i
bondo and those of the administration Mr. and Mrs. Leslie McClelland.Mr. RED CROSS TO HOLD the printing of the ballot is at pub
treys for their of the local Christian and
on Church
opinions
?
'was advocated; complete elimination who took part In, and means usedin and Mrs. Leslie McClelland, REGIONAL CONFERENCES lic expense)." said the court, "Is "J" is going to conduct'missionary 2 V '
Will Give
of the vet- one which the state control
the forceful eviction son Bobble, and Mrs. H. J. Bel- may
of
the personal expense account work In the vicinity of Sand
'crane from Washington. flower motored to Raiford Mon- Regional Red Cross conferenceswill by legislative enactment. In
of tax connection with his
assessors was sug- Springs
I be held in St. Augustine, October "The right of the voter to vote
-
gested; revision of the grand jury H- work with his brother In the local
day.Mr. Schools 18 Lakeland October 19, for the candidate of his choice regardless -i
system and of J. D. Peele of Lawtey, mo- Money ; church.
merging of Justices
the advocated Forsyth Is WinnerIn tored to Jacksonville Friday. r and Fort Pierce, October 21, ac- of whether such candidate is
peace districts were ; Jay a Phillips University man
Mrs.' H. E. Futch spent the cording to announcement by the has been nominated by any political
abolishment boards and has had considerable
of the county experience ,
Tuesday Fight American Red Cross party within the purview of f
her Mr
weekend with parents,
of education, and appointment, 9383,127 to Be Distributed to Six In the work of the ministry
and Mrs. Davis Kite of Lawtey. "The purpose of these conferences the statutes, Is not denied. In fact,
rather than election, of county su- ty-Seven County Board prior to his ordination.
expressed provision Is made In the
is to
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie McClellandand of chapter workers
perintendents of education was Vasco Forsyth, "Pride of Brad- Soon Sunday evening, people who ;
statute
allowing the voter to write
share In the
St.
little eon Bobble, Mr. experiences meeting '
Joe have
suggested. outclassed attended great ceremonies of
ford, completely Miss Geneva Gas- grave' of the the name of any candidate of his
Mr. to win Clair Moseley, W. S. state problems past year various natures seemed unanimousIn
Eversole also spoke briefly Rivero, Tampa scrapper, Cawthon superintendent -
choice In blank to be left
a
all with view to .space
kIna and Mr. Russell Redding 'a increasingly help
in Hampton attraction of public instruction an- the opinion that this ordination
and Lawtey Saturday the ten round main for and
that the ballot
on ,
ful the purpose
of and Mrs. H. J. Belflow- participation by chaptersIn
afternoon. In Lawtey nounced last week that the state the most elaborateand
lie was accompaniedfrom staged by the City Club arena ceremony was
to vote for such candidate.
visited In Bald- the needs of their communitiesin
Tampa by George C. Livlng"ton. Gainesville Tuesday night before a er of High Springs will distribute $283,127 to the 67 denied Impressive they have witness. .
the ahead said William The Non-Partisan Party was -
win and Jacksonville Sunday. school within the year ed. The entire .
a systems ordination
former resident of Starke. largecrowd. I county a place on the ballot last evening's ?A
Misses Ola and Elenora Fufch Carl Hunt assistant manager of
Forsyth in perfect condition next few days or as soon as each service occupied one and one. 1
week, and the Socialist Party had ?
with the eastern who will be
CARS SMASH SATURDAY; had to chase Rivero around all; spent a delightful afternoon county's portion of the funds can area one also for half hours. J ii
applied a place.
BOTH BADLY DAMAGEDAn four cornera of the ring to land i their sister, Mrs. N. L. Starling be determined.The of the speakers. The lights were,turned out, and

his counting blows. The Cigar Sunday.Mr. apportionment the first for FERTILIZER CONSUMPTION M. O. GKIFFIS DIES only the big seven-foot electrified / '

Auburn sedan: and a Ford City slugger kept on this feet and Mrs. Leslie McClellandand this fiscal year, has been delayed cross furnished light. After the

roadster came to blows about three long enough In the fifth to get an little son, Bobble, Mr. St. I through failure of some county Bradford county used ..eventyfive I Matthew O. Griffis died Tuesday -: pastor had examined his brother '0 tp { r
Red-
miles\ north of Starke on Road 13 even break and out fought the Clair. Moseley and Mr. Russell school officials to make the required tons) of fertilizer during the afternoon at his home, three as to fitness fee made him kneel at r t t'''

Saturday night, and as might be Starke battler to win the sixth ding. aU of Lawtey, and Mrs. H. annual reports to the state department month of September, fourteen tons miles southeast of Starke. Fun the foot of the cross, facing It t t6; A

expected the big sedan got the best round, Forsyth weighed In at 146 J. Belflower of High Springs, at- of education, Cawthon less than were purchased here during eral services were held Thursday: while the elders and the pastor
01 the tended church at Long Branch said but the apportionment will their hands his head i''
argument while Rivero tipped the scales at August. Hlllsborough led the afternoon at 3 o'clock at the placed upon '

Witnesses say that Cornelius lIS 1. Sunday. be made without waiting: furtheron counties with 1,171 tons.T11ONASHORNE. Kingsley Lake cemetery. Rev. R. and he was consecrated by prayer ''il y 't"

Moore, driver of the roadster was Roy Reynolds of Graham, won them. E. Blanchard of the Baptist and fasting. ,
at faUlt; he evidently attempted to the eight round semi-final bout MARY EVALEE ANDREWSMrs. School funds now on hand he t church. Lawtey. officiated. From the show of bands there I ar

cut across> the highway In front of over "Battling Oscar" from Tam-I I Mary Evalee Andrews wife said Include $133,8TUI3.Iready received must have been at least 100 people jt taw''

we sedan and turn Into a side pa. Reynolds started off In of Frank Andrews of New River, from motor vehicle licenses; Mr. R. L. Thomas and Miss VIolet CIIAUTAUQUA PROGRAM who had fasted 'the 'Y g'

TOM, but misjudged his distance whirlwind fashion to take the first died at her home there Thursday UUI 9,98 to be received: within a Home were united in marriagehere '' day. Before the ceremony, taclud- F w

and the cars met head-on. two rounds,,and continued to pile of last week, at the age of eight- few days from .the same source; Sunday Oct.: 2 by County There will be a big feature musical tag the charge to the candidate

About $50 damage was done tone up a lead when he wisely took one. Many people from towns $67,368.07 In collections from the Judge George A. Gardiner. Miss and dramatic chautauqua and the ,charge .to-,the, audience, 1 yti

sedan, driven and owned by E. advantage,of Oscar's: ; wild lunges throughout the county attendedthe one mill ad 'valorem levy for, Home's home Is in Georgia, but program In the high school auditorium was finished many'people-were Inttears. '

c Mnn, of Oil E. Orange street which seldom:landed for points!, to funeral services which were schools. ; $63,723.66 in Interest on I she has been living here with her Monday night, Oct. IT.' Last Sunday night will reva a Ii,

11 eSVWe. The roadster wu silo win the decision. Both fighters held at New River cemetery, where state bank deposits!; and $4.89X37' sister Mrs. J. W. HarrelL er bee forgotten In 'the history oC ;

bad!Y ernashed. balanced the scales at 125.: I Interment took'place last Friday. In collection from, a special.one- Dade City-Dade City Baa pm this church ri

GrtQnzle: Norman who"... in the quarter mJUCawthOD tax. portioned as last year-on a unit Store opened In building formerly May God speed Jay on his way, ,, a

1afn4 suffered severe Groveland-New equipment Installed I Lake Worth-High school ath- said the state aid funds basis of so much a month for each occupied by Wm. Friedman and to great achievement In the vine t

cuts Daises.Moore In Jimmies Grocery. letic field Improved. ,for the county schools will be ap- teacher and 30 students. Sons. yard of the Lord. t






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Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Shuford and Joe and Jerry Brantley and Roy Conner in Waterpak' section Sun- Misses Mae and :Melba Prevatt creditor legatees distribute.,-

little daughter Aster, were visiting and Leonard O'Neal motored to spent Sunday afternoon with Miss aU the state persona. of having claims aUln.t'ana

;lr SANDY LANE I friends in Lawtey Monday.Mrs. JecksonvlUeLurdAY.. day.Mr.. and Mrs. T. N. Norman and THERESSA Cherry and Eliza Harreil. are hereby. rwqniitid *6CWi'

i Lorena Green, Cor. H. D. Bennett was visiting Joe Brantley was the guest ot children of Hellbronn section were M'." Rhoda :Zela-ler'; Cor. Rev. :McCauley of Brooker was Gardiner their claims County to'the JUdg.Ipop. ,.,006.t'.ni V>{i
I her sister, Mrs. Carry Taylor Tues Boots Brown Sunday. visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Mc- a visitor at China Grove church ford Cou y. Florid... for 'thBriwU
Mr. Buck Starling was the guest Rae Sunday. Sunday afternoon.Rev. proval within one year. from ap.
day.Mrs. Mrs. C. A. vis- hereof or thli .A",
Youngblood was notice
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Robinson C. R. Crews and sister were of Virginia Brantley Saturday eve The B. Y. P. U. social at the I McGauley of Brooker will bar thereto, and all win be 'In
and little eon, L. C. of Brooker, in our section Sunday.We I home of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis iting her daughter, Mrs. E. S. Sib- preach the morning and evening to .said .aut. ar. requited I ladohte4 te
at last week. their said p>
ning.Mr. ley Rising debts r
g are spending a few days here with are very sorry to report that Harry Edwards was the last Saturday afternoon was en- ,. service at China Grove church next undersigned executrix.forthwith tc lbl
Mr. and Mrs.
i? Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Green. Mrs. Carry :Taylor is very 111. We guest of Miss Gladys Brown of joyed by all present. Wesley Pringleand Sunday.We This 80th day of Rnptemher. .
Mr. Lewis Alford of Olustee, MRS. : tilt
? Mr*. Ida Sweat and Mra. E.' E. wish her a speedy recovery.HIGHLAND Lawtey Sunday. :Mr;M. L. Lewis and Elbcrt Glover are glad to know that Mra D-80-8t-U-n. FLORA B. CALY
e, Green were visiting Mrs. W. R. I Robert Jackson was in Lawte; motored to Lake City last Wed- were visiting relatives here Sun- Jimmie Allen Is better and hope Ex"culrlif,

t"" Kersey Saturday afternoon. Sunday. nesday. day.Mr. she will keep on Improving. -
4' I the : Jake Bennett and Miss: Lu-
Mrs. Emma Woodle was Everyone Is} Invited to come to Skins
cille Bennett left here Saturdayfor Mudd'I
guest of Mlas Annie Sweat Friday I the young people's Endeavor at
St. Petersburg.
afternoon. !Mrs. Frank floss, Cor. Saxton Friday night week. Thereis r 7 '
NEW RIVER
of
t ; Mr. and Mrs. Harley Keene and going to be a very interesting LITTLE SPRINGS Mra. T. F. Brown Hampton, deAwiiq
her sister Mrs. A. L.
was visiting
have returned ,
family of DeLeon Springs program by a large cumber of Willie Mae Newsome, Cor. HIM hauls Sn.p. C....
; / home after spending a few WI| G. Crews of Dunnellon, spent boys and girls You will surely Sullivan Sunday.Mr. j -- !!
with Mrs. Keene's parents Wednesday and Thursday here W. H. Hall and Mrs. J. P.
S' iE weeks here enjoy the program. Be sure and
so ; Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Kersey. with his father, F. M. Crews. come. Mr. and Mrs. Newn Moll and Dickison were business visitors to The entire community was saddened rr "g

Miss Eaale Crawford was the Mrs. Frank Bloss and childrenare family of Heilbronn Springs were Starke Saturday.. late'' Thursday evening to ,

? guest of Misses Pauline and Lorene visiting relatives In Brooker the guests of Mr. and-Mrs:- Henry Miss June Adkins of Hampton learn of the death of Mrs. Frank

E''e! _l( Green Sunday. this week. Norman of Little Springs Sunday.J. spent Thursday night with Miss Andrews, Sr., an old and well respected ;JJ]

f c Miss Pauline Green. Miss Josephine Messrs. F. M. Crews and W. G Heilbronn Springs R. Mott of Hellbronn Springswas Rhoda Zeigler. resident'of this section.

1 Green and Miss Nellie Green Crews visited relatives at Hllliard I the dinner guest of Paul New- Several. members of the Theres- She leaves a large 'host of relatives -

r and Mr. Johnnie Cowart all spent Thursday.. Mine Thelma Ilhwlen. Car, some of Little Springs Sunday. sa B. Y. P. U. attended the B. Y. and friends who mourn her

r i a few days of last week in Jacksonville Mrs. Effie Carter and children, Mr. L. Carter and Johnnie Cow- P. U. federation Sunday afternoon.Mr. death.

1 with friends. were visitors to Starke Wednesday' MOH Mitts of Hawthorne, was art of Little Springs made a business and Mrs. B. F. Hall and I Mrs. J. L. Johns and daughter, Dull.. drab complexions C'M.' !.

i Mrs. W. C. Clemons was visiting afternoon. visiting Miss Essie Crawford Sun- trip to Jacksonvillle Friday children of Starke were visiting Essie, attended the 4-H Achieve- Ishes and those annoying, defects ,

Mrs. W. R. Kersey Saturday af G. D. Wilkinson was a business day.Mrs. fternoon. relatives here Sunday afternon. ; men day In Lake Butler Saturday. Disappear. your skin assumes
I
rr' ternoon.Mr. visitor to Lawtey Saturday after- Maggie Burton Is spending Miss Leonie Norman was the Mr and Mrs. Johns of Starke, 1 Mrs. H. L. Johns and children, smooth, delicate appear, r'e' of i I

k'' and Mrs. Ozzle Green and noon. this week with Mrs. J. C. Jones. guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. Carterof and Mr. C. W. Edwards of Jacksonville Flora Belle, W. N. and Juanita exquisite Beauty. This nev rherm'

d little son, Perry, of Jacksonville, I Miss Ollie Marr of Starke spent Mr. and Mrs. Marion Forsyth Little Springs Sunday. were visitors here Sunday were visiting in Lake Butler Sat- is yours NOW... start !
o'c"y,
A' afternoon here with rela- after spending several in afternoon. 'I' afternoon.
days
; pent a few days last week with Thursday Miss Carrie Bell Norman of urday .
:Mr. Green's mother, Mrs. A. J. Ives.Mr. Jack onvUle is spending this week Woodlawn, was! the dinner guestof Misses Ruth and Rhoda Zelgler I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Andrews, oR'ENAl'
s Underbill.Mr and Mrs. George were visitors here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Miss Jeannette Carter of Little .spent the week-end in Waldo with Jr., and daughter, Miss Fannie Andrews D I It

: Nancy Green Is spending: a! to Lawtey Monday. D. B. Forsylh. Springs Sunday Misses Lucille and Hazel Sullivan. of Jacksonville, returned 1iMSA :3e

few days with her daughter, Mrs. C. D. Marr of Starke and Claude : Miss Hilda Forsyth and Thelma:I Miss Willie Mae Newsome of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Zeigler were home Monday and were accompanied I

E. Lewis. Rowe of Lawtey,* were business Rhoden spent Monday In Starke. Little Springs was the guest of visiting his sister, Mrs. John Sul- by Mr. and Mrs. Rob Andrews OOURAUD Whit,Fl 1.,h .

Miss Essie Crawford spent Sat. visitors here the first of the week. I Mr. J. H. Wainwright was a Mr. and Mrs. L. Carter Friday afternoon livan and family at Waldo Sunday and baby, Alverna and Mr. Frank Rachel SI ,u,",".I

urday night with Miss Josephine J. E Newton of Starke was business visitor to Maxvilla Mon- Andrews, Sr. ., S.nd 109(or TRIAL SIX

Green. transacting business here Mon- day.Misses There will be church at Heil A large crowd from Lake Butler it:Hopkins &/Son.H9wYoril/

,' j Mrs. W. C. Clemons and children day.Mrs. Eralee and Ethel Rauleron bronn Saturday night, Sunday: Starke, Jacksonville and other

Melba and Junior were vis Verdle Barker was visiting and :Mr. Levy Sweat and Willis! morning and Sunday night and ev- SAXTON places attended the funeral of Mrs.

c" J' ,Ring :Mrs. demons' daughter, Mrs relatives here Saturday. Raulerson were visiting in Jacksonville erybody is cordially invited to at-, Frank Andrews Friday afternoon. i
i 'Ed Stanley Sunday. Mrs. Nancy Gnann and Miss Lucille Sunday afternoon. tend. -. 11188"Iola Tyler, Cor. Mr. M. L. Johns was transact- SAVE JOHN RUSKIN
of Hill section Miss Essie Crawtord.8pent Saturday business In Starke :
_ Miss Thelma Rhoden spent Saturday Starling Clay ing Monday. CIGAR BANDS
and Sunday with spent Saturday with :Mrs. Effle night with Miss Josephine Mr. Andrew Rhoden is visiting
night .
; c Mr. J. C. Dixon and family of
ItfJsses Pauline and Lorene Green. Carter. Green. friends in Jacksonville for a few
New River attended church at Sax-
f Miss Josephine Green and Essie Mr .-Kffle Carter, Miss Lucille We had a sudden shock Saturday BOOTSEY'S BEACH ton Sunday. days.Mr. Ask your dealer

Crawford were visiting :Misses Milt Starling and Mrs. Nancy Gnann night when Mr Cornelius Norman Wiggins of Jacksonville -
f Miss Dorothy Swanbom the for
"I, I Oashffns. was
Cor.
Hdred and Audrey Norman Saturday motored to Starke' Saturday af Moore and Lonzy Norman' overturned guest of Misses Viola and Gean was visiting in our section new Premium,

_ f night. ternoon. ". their car on the highway Tyler Friday afternoon. Friday afternoon and was accom- w r. Catalog. MoreDavnnn

4;\R There was a large crowd from between Starke and Stanley Mrs. J. L. Gaskins attended the Mr. George Rivers attended to panied home by Mr. Roy Tomlinson. l'

i this section attending the the dance Ding) stalion. Lonzy Norman received P. T. A. meeting at Lawtey Mon business In Starke Saturday.Mrs. who will spend afew days lobno -

; at Starke Saturday night. RAIFORD several bruises, while the day afternoon. H. D. Tyler and family with him.Among. 5S ,. <*.> is now-
?+y Miss Onle Green was the guest car was badly damaged. Miss Mary Gaskins returned here those who attended the
L ( lIS.r- 4"So'J"ItICed :: I were the guests of Mrs. A. C. Sum- used in JOHNRUSKINmaking
_
of :Miss Beatrice Norman Sunday. Kercft. Cor. Mrs. Bell Parmenter returned from Jacksonville last Wednesday ner Sunday. Ford show in Starke Saturday I.

ff' Mr. Boscom and Juanita Wllllama. home Sunday after spending a few after spending the past two weeks Rev. Sellers of Jacksonville at- night were, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. 5

"j t:. -'-'. -Miss-- Annie Sweat and chll Mr. and Mrs. John Crews and weeks In Gulf Hammock with her there the guests of friends and tended church at Saxton Sunday. Andrews and grandson, Wayne,,i it the grPAlest.
: Sanders daughter, Mrs. Ollle Petty. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. and ;,3i rak;
-
1\;' dren, :Mildred and Genevieve :Mr. and :Mrs. Wesley Andrews of relatives. I Miss Nettle Sellers was visiting Wiggins
_ g) were visiting! Mrs. E. E. Green Lake Butler, were the guests of :Miss Bertlce Grlffls of Roeedale Miss Loca Belle Sumner Sunday Miss Easls Sapp. cigar value at 5c.

;r' '(and family Saturday afternoon. Mr. Crews' son and family here is spending this week here the afternoon. < Mr. R. J. Turner was transact- Smoke the size-

;i>:. MIa :Mildred Sanders celebrated Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. C. U. Crews. DOUBLE RUN guest of her sisters, Mrs. L. J.Norman I Misses Annie and Eva Bell were ing business in Starke Friday afternoon -

Atl her fifteenth birthday with a birth Mr. and :Mrs. E. L. Spires and and Mrs. M., L. Thompson. I visiting Misses Viola and Gean Tyler ry-71 you prefer -
,day party last Wednesday night at Mine Boots Brown, Cor. I Rev. Hemingway of Starke will Extra
children, of Santa Fe, visited Mra.Spires' Mr. J. Roy'Quinn and C. E. Tuesday morning. Perfecto or
()J, Ida fill his at the
'i ) the home of her aunt, Mrs. regular appointment
parents Mr. and Mrs. N. Crawford were business visitors to Mr. O. T. Nelson attended the
it : (Sweat. A very large crowd ofN T. Ritch here Sunday. Misses Lots and :Mary Judd were Jacksonville Monday. Methodist church at Lawtey Sun New River Baptist church Sunday :- Panelela.

''young folks attended. :Many games :Miss Almeta Bitch of this place, the guests of Micky Andrews and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hilliard and day. morning at 11 o'clock. Everybody %5 :
i'' were played and at the close of the is invited to attend.
Z Is spending a while in Jacksonville, Ruth Brantley Sunday. children of Woodlawn spent Sun
Pik ','{,it I evening, cake was served by the as the guest of her sister :Mrs. E. Mr.; and Mrs. G. I.. Kersey were day here the guest of Mr. and Mrs. j .- NOW

hostesses. F, Cribbs. the guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. L. R. N. Crawford.Mr. Bids called for improvement of
4 \\(1.'( Mr. and.. Mrs. B W. Miller of, Brown Sunday evening. BOATDRAINMlsa road No 13 betwen Gainesville and
1 I and Mrs. J. C. Pringle and I
'% LAke Butler, were here Sunday vis- Mr. and :Mrs. J. W. Woods were son Marshall and daughter, Miss Cherry Harreil, Cor. Waldo. S MORE HAVANA \

;. :i' i [ HAMPTON ting friends and visited the state visiting :Mr. and :Mrs. D. L. Kersey Josephine, of :MaxvlUe, were visiting i Eustis-Allen Bunte purchase

t i, farm. Thursday.Miss I :Mr. and Mra. W. C. Chesaer There was a large crowd from r/rarnw
+ Y ,?. Mia see Xl.. ..<., c... r- Adam Tyson, who was in an Bonnie Andrews of Harts Sunday.Mr. : our section at the Holiness meet- B. & B. Grocery Store. Ura.Ilb 79e1i9hi

""', '. r auto accident that happened three burg called on Doris Brown Sun- and Mrs. Charlie Crews and Ing at Mr. Norman Hardenbrooks' j '
'1! ,, The primary department of the week's ago near here, has been removed day afternoon. eon and Miss :Miss Frankie Lou Sunday night Apalachlcola--City fire truck Yf+'IILD

t ;l Hampton public school, will give to Lake City to a hospital Mr. and Mrs. John Crews are Murrhee of Jacksonvlll, spent last Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Johns and repaired._.

an entertainment at the school audltorium there, and is reported as being in spending a few days here with her Wednesday here the guest of Mr. j children spent Sunday afternoon %0'1'f- ---] -TO 1)KIIT'

i 1, ;; October 18th, at 7:30; p. :a very serious condition. parents, Mr and Mrs. Bob Nettles and Mrs. L. M. Murrhee. with Mrs. R. L. Lee and family. <'iiionrroiiN
'. school benefits. Mrs. Hester father Mr. called Notice lii .hereby given that all
fJ)1;) .to., for Browning's Jerry Brantley on ---- -- --
i' Rev.. F. :M. Taylor and family Neadum Gunter of this place who Miss Freda Brown Sunday after

(,spent last Sunday with Rev. Nor. makes his home here with his

-s i q: rls and family of Lacrosse. daughter, celebrated his eighty- noon.Mr.. Lacy Futch was the guestof Sophomores Play Big Part Florida'Gators Backfield

:Misses Shirley and Francis Col- second birthday Sunday. Almost Miss Millie Judd Saturday eve

ley, spent the week-end with every member of the family was ning. CIGARS $

1 r' friends and relatives in Starke.. present> and a good time was had We are sorry to report that Slim 'r"te I0c SMOKERS*
:Mr. and :Mrs. S. M. Simmons by alt Brown la on the sick list thin week. +

left this' week for Ocala, where Joe Richard and family of Lees- We all wish him a speedy recov-

l' ''they expect to locate, permanentMrs. burg, are here for a few days visIting I ery. \ Lz--J\; I sT\\

1. 11. his mother, Mrs. O. :M. Alvarez .

'. Vonda Inman was a business and Mrs. Richard's mother

1fF*, visitor her this week, while and father, Mr, and Mrs. Albert ,
RISING
t.. .r' on'' her way to points in Alachua Smith. ( a a

)f.. i county. Mrs. Flynn and mother and son, S
Mrs. II. M. Helta* Car ks
ti1 Mr. 'and Mrs. Phillips, of Lake ot Maine, who are spending a few cyIIENOERSON tI
of Mrs. months at Gainesville the 1 I 1
''Butler, were the guests were This community was made sad
a: .Phillips' parents, Mr. and Mrs.< O.Haynes. guests of :Mrs. C. H. Brown here last Sunday on account of the

yti7 last week.
death of Mr. Robert Register who
"4" Emery Priest of Green Cove Congressman R. A. Green entertained -
died at his home at Green Cove
'b ,Springs was the guest of his sis at his cottage at Klngsley Springs. Mr. Register was an +.,
,ter. Mrs. A. J. Yllson last Sunday. Lake last week-end: :Mr. and :Mrs
uncle of Mrs. H. H. Lewis.
dI/, :Mrs. W. p Blrt and children, of E. D. Yelvington, :MIa Dot Adklns
The B. T. P. U. Federation was
.r, Alachua: county, were the guests of Hawthorne and Miss Louise
held with Corinth church last Sun- I
,of Mrs. Birt's brother, Mr. J., TldweU and Hubert Dodd, of Ocala
':' Nimmox W'I and :McIntosh. day.Mr.
: .... and Mrs. Claude Green and
,& A. Edwards of 7
? mother, Mrs. N. D. Green all of
: spent the week-end with his famIly -
Heilbronn section were visiting
st here.
HARTSBURG Mrs. L. Crawford Friday. '
:Mr. Youngblood of Waldo, was a of' ;
Arthur McRae made a business .... .
':., afternoon.business visitor. her last Saturday Miss Virginia Brantley, Cor. trip to Jacksonvlll Saturday.Mrs. ,,\

Lucia Dunkley and daughter
..W'Paul., Maat, who baa been in -
:Miss. Lois Judd was the guestof Mrs. :Mabel Denmark of Jack-
j. charge of the Service Garage near
', Ola Mae Andrew Sunday af sonville were visiting Mn. Evelyn
':,. the Union depot has removed toi'
:fwhat': was formerly known aa the ternoon. Crosby Sunday. : el'3r" '
Virginia Brantley and Buck Mr. and Mrs. D. M. :McRae have Y
> Standard Filling Station, at the
Starling were the guests of MIlS moved to this section. We wel-
& ,curve north of town,-on road No. y
Pearl Prevatt Sunday evening.Mr. come them here. s r"XQiCsT
'
13. The new establishment baa '
: ; : Leo Edwards was visiting Mrs. Lonnt Crawford and children ?
:....umed the name of "Paul's Ga- ; r
in this section Sunday afternoon. were visiting the bedside of
:t'' rage. Mary Jane ,Judd was the guestof :Mr. Crawford In Lake City hospital
ro
i Rev Butler of Lake Butler will The of tlreusele
; experience .
..
Ruth Brantley Sunday after- Wednesday.Mr. &.
Tire
!
J: preach at the' Christian church P! that Goodyear
noon. and Mrs. Raleigh Conner greatest value at*.ny P"*:*""
next Sunday morning and evening.
f Rev. and :Mrs Kirkland were the and children of Vanderbilt section very year the public buy"
guests of Mrs. Pearl Andrews were visiting :Mr. and :Mrs. E. C. MILLIONS more Goody' 'e
1 hat
"Y. Monday afternoon. Lewis Sunday.Mr. than any other make.Indication of
definite
a
GARDENCITY Misses Viola and Gean Tyler : and Mrs. T. D.-Proctor and superior pretty valu.,.

were the guests of Virginia Brant. children and Mrs. Ruby Leach, all
M2H Lois Starling, Cor
k I ley and Ola Mae Andrews Friday of Lake Butler were visiting :Mr. I w wt I r rF Sept.13th Goodyear Bu3i

1.J't afternoon. and Mrs. J. E. Norman Thursday. Millionth Tire
F : Its tOO
'
Mr. Brady Collins and Miss Delia 'Virginia Brantley was the guest',: Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Crawfordof "t186SSgt1'r ri A

!; 'j! ,Lee Thomas attended Saxton of :Mrs. Amanda O'Neal Thursday I Jacksonville, were visiting relatives f

k'' ',t, church Sunday night: evening. here Saturday nightA. -

Mrs. Ida Prescott :Mrs. EmmaXMckerson Mra. Lena Mae< O'Neal was the I* Borne and Wesley :McRae MC AULY I BROWN. I MIODLEkAUF1/ = f'MQ Q

of Lawtey, and Mr. guest of Ola :Mae Andrews Satur- motored to Green Cove Springs Motor Co.
I." I /Fred Waters of Falatka. spent day evening. Sunday. HERB!: ARE EIOHT SOPHOMORES in the University of Florida back field' that expect to help the 'Gators Register

," >Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Tom- Jerry Brantley was the peat of ,A prayer service was held at the go places this fall. Look at Charlie StoH. No. 38, m jihing right out of, the paper. And "Jumper Jack" ;PHONE IDS

I r 'mi Waters. Bllm"Brown Monday afternoon. 'home of Mr. and'Mr Henry Nor- Henderson. Ko." 23. Jan naif and Qearg Hope: Ko. 64. right naif. Wtlh his "hand on nls knees ready to go..

; Mr. Film Starling"was the guestof I 1<1.... Llizlo Tyler of Saxton was ban Sunday night. la Left Halfback Herb!>> McAnly. and In th circles ((1) Qusrter'back"Ernle'Prlest: tt> left Halfback ObW STARKE,.,FLORIDA

,I : Bessie :Mae, Thomas Sunday the guest of :Mra. J. 8. Andrews. Mr. and Mr*. Floyd Crosby :Bessent", (3) Right Halfback Wally Brown, (t) Fullback Walter Middlekauff. Bockfield' Coach: Joe Hoialnger

,*:.:;;riight.q Friday. WM visiting Mr., and .Mra U L place* much hope in,, this octet sophomore ball carriers.

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EIGHTH GRADE NEWS HONOR ROLL I Coach Larson, rah, rah! *) I

He'. a wonder,
S.l October Low First E Class i Charles He's a dream, .
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J RN L, (By Katie Fugate) Jones, Olin White, Jr.. Ruth Pow'I He's the> coach of our team. ,

ell, Marjorie Davis, Alberta Wood- !t H
October ia the very best month of ward, Dorothy Jean Williams. Miss When' you're up-you're up, .

I all.Always Olive Ray, teacher. When you're down-you're down ,
comes In fall; First Grade A & B: J. Z. Anders, When you up against Bradford F
Editor-in-Chief HIGHLIGHTS ON FRIDAY'S BRADFORD COMES ACROSS Goldenrod Is turning yellow, Keeffe Pitts. Edgar Wilkinson, You're up side down.
HOPE HAYNES GAME BETWEEN STABKB -- Fruit Is getting rip and mellow. Doris Mae Goffney. Miss Madge
Managing Editor AND SUWANNEE HIGH I SOCIETY Middleton teacher. Black 'fs
Joyce blast, Editor I (By Lester ustin) and red
ELDREDGE ROBINSON -- A tremendously Improved Tor-. Everybody going to school Second Grade B: Joe Andrews, Kill 'em dead- y +

Exchange Editor (By Lester Schnell.) nado eleven and a potent squad of Trying to obey the golden rule. Richard Beal,, Jlmmie Orlffls, Sara O-r-r-r, GrrrllBradtord !! ,j k, r''

ABBIE HARLEY A fast, hard-fought game was Joyce spent spent the week-end Live Oak Bulldogs battled to a Reading, writing and arithmetic, Barefoot, Gloria Buford Ida Lulu : r

JsfARTHA BROWNLEE, Aasltant observed Friday as Bradford with "Bee" Miner In Lawtey. scoreless tie on the local gridironlast Trying not to get the hickory Davis, :Mary Dixon, Dorothy Lee 'I'

Literary Editor High's Tornadoes and Suwannee Carolyn Hutto and Helen Pra Friday afternoon In a clash stick.Everybody Johns, Patsy Keen, Carrie Mae Well, well, well v !

LUCILLE EDWARDS High from Live Oak batUed furIously ther went to the show Friday evening featured by specUtculaj runs, time- Stafford, Barbara Snow, Sara Who can tell i,

for a 0-0 tie. In the first and saw "SmilIn' Thru." ly stops, and all-round tight play !: studying William Penn Sewell Louie Ward, Freddie Wim- 1 We may beat them all to- { L. '. ?
Assistants: Essie Sapp, OkieHinson half, the Tornado's) running at- Mao went to Palatka Sunday. Ing. Starke demonstrated a bit Trying hard not to grin- berly. Mrs. Ritch, teacher. I Well, well, well. j,; a

Genevieve Kenly. Lou- tack completely baffled the Su' Martha Brownlee and Lola Ad.1 of superiority over the team that 1 Because If they do, Second Grade A: Edna Tyler,
,
ise Jackson. wannee boys at Umen. They constantly kins motored to Gainesville Wednesday last year gave our boys the slip Demerits will go to you. Doris Grtffls, Ellen Mersereau, Hit 'em In the wish bone

Sports Editor circled the ends for size- afternoon. to the extent of 29-6. Both teams Violet Johnson, Edith Mae Taylor. Sock 'em in the jaw, : -

JOHN INMAN able gains and were apparently Daisy Tompkins attended the neared the treasured final white Last Friday, October 7, the 1 Third Grade A: Carrie Belle Send 'em to the cemetery ;

Assistants: Lester Schnell, making monkeys of Suwannee'a Florida-Sewanee game Saturday at line at constant intervals with the eighth grade org nlzed as a home Bennett Julia Winkler, Alma Rah, rah, rah. '. r

George Arwood, Holcomb Ov- light wingmen. With the aid of a Jacksonville.We Tornadoes displaying a bit more room. The following officers were Johns, Bernice Judd, Sara Bullock,

erstreet Woodfln HaUe, Grat perfect bit of Interference, Tysonof are very sorry that Harry power and better co-ordination. elected: Edward Barnes, Frances Strick- We buck that line we do ,

ton Cooper. the Tornadoes slipped around Tyson was injured in the Live Oak Strickland, Lewis and Wall President Andrew Taylor. land Louisa Sterns, Robert Judd, We buck that line we do I' '

left end to make a dazzling run and Starke game last Friday. The shown as linesmen for the home Vice-president, Al Kay Carlisle. Davis Oassett, R. C. Bagwell. Mr. When the line Is weak we buck i

Society Editor down the sidelines, transferring the boys will be minus a very good team, with Tyson and Robinson Secretary, Katie Fugate. R. F. Demorest teacher very well q

JOYCE MAST porkhide from about midfleld to player. standing out In the backfield Lit- Treasurer, Vera Claire Robin- Low Third Grade: Ferol Jones, When the line I la strong we buck

Assistants: Lois Adkins, Suwannee'a ten yard stripe.' Here Vera Claire Robinson and Bunny tle Jimmie Moore subbed for Tyson son.Class Billy Turnbull. Geraldine Silcox, like oh---- i ,I
Rhoda Zeigler Carolyn Hut- the Tornadoes lost the boll on Canova motored to Keystone who broke his collarbone In Reporters, Virginia >oJ- Donald DuBols, Doris Kruse. Mrs. We buck that line we do. ;

to Thelma Priest, Kathryn downs, and passed up the finest Heights Sunday. the fourth quarter and made 7 vares and Don Stllley. Grace Wainwright, teacher.

Haynes, Jessie Mae Dennison, chance for a touchdown that they Eldredge and A. E. attended the yards on the first offensive play. Motto .of the class: "Success Fourth Grade: Eloise, Hayes, Rickety, rickety!IDlunder .

Elena Prather. Kitty Hod sed. were to receive in the entire game. Florida football game Saturday at Brunn, the little quarterback, a Hunters.. Mary Belle Howard, Gladys Johnson : busstl 9
Jacksonville.We virtual knot of muscle Flower: American Beauty Rose Carolyn Keen, Frances Over- Come out the
Class Reporters12th Some fine punting by the Tor- together woods and look atus t
Grade Jennie Dunn nadoes was recorded during the are very sorry that Hope with fullback Hart, who was forcedto I Colors: Green and White. street, Katherine Stafford, Elizabeth I !

11th Grade Bunnle Canova game. Inrnan was toeing the pigskin -' has been ill. retire early In the game, Jonas, Time of meeting: The fourth period Well, Melvlng Wiggins. Whom ah! Who-o-ah!

Marjorie Stump in superb fashion. The game I Miriam Jacobs and Annie Mae halfback and Hair, tackle and cap In each Friday. High Fourth: Once: Green, Who are we? .

10th Grade, Louise Snyder9th was also marked by an injury. In Pearce both B. H. S. graduates, tain, stood out for the visiting 1 Florence Mersereau, Irene Goodge, Bradford HI School r t qN''}

Grade, Hazel Lennon attempting along end run, Harry visited school Monday. team. on respective right end jaunts. He Margaret Pearce, Levy Burnsed, Can't you see? ; 9
With our team showing vast Im- punted. Alice Peterson and Melba Anders. y
Tornado
Tyson, back, was tackled
Joke Editors hard while going at a fast pace. ELEVENTH B provement In power, speed and Quarter returned to his 25 yard Fifth Grade: Margie Brown, O. Strawberry shortcake, t

CLYDE MORGAN The[ upset resulted in a broken collar harmony, we look forward to our line as half ended. G. Pltzer, Eva Parrish and Ruth I I Huckleberry pie, V ',f V
Assistants: Bunnle Canova, Third Quarter Brantley. Miss Edna Strickland .
j bone. This will put Tyson out Pint Year Typing forthcoming game with Chlefland VICTORY,
Morris Jackson, Ruth Howe, of play for a considerable lengthof The best typing paper was written I with added confidence and anxiety. Inman received kickoff and returned teacher. I Are we In It ? ,

Juanita Dukes Lois Long. I time. The Tornadoes will certainly by Lola Long of the fourth Score by periods: to his 36-yard line. Starke Fifth Grade: Tommy Ritch, Jesse Well I guess, .

feel -this loss, as the backfield class, who wrote fifty-one sentences -I penalized for offsides. Tyson- Ricks, Emmett Perryman, Bradford HI School, It '
TORNADOES TO PLAYCIUEFL1ND Is very limited aa It was correct. Dolly Dlnklns of Following !is a play by play description made 4 at left end and"Tison fail Tom Mersereau, Ralph Rhodes, I Yes! Yes! Yes I ,., J I

TODAY Strickland was then shifted to the' the first class was second, writing I of the game; ed to gain at right end Robinson Juanita Barefoot, Ruth Wyman, I .

backfield aa a result of the Injury. forty-six' ; George Atwood of the Flint Quarter punted and Tornadoes recoveredon Margaret Lowry, Billy Jackson. B. H. S. Rah! Rah! i

Friday October 14, Coach Lar- Neither team attempted a great third class, third, with forty, and Live Oak kicked off to Inman, Suwannee's 39-yard line. RobInson Miss Eunice Perkins, teacher. B. H. S. Rah! Rah! ?
.
Iion's boys,will again step out / failed to and Inman Sixth Grade: Mae Prevatt AN ;
on number of passes, but there were a Thelma Priest of the second class who ran out of bounds on Starke's gain (Cheer leaders)
Jibe gridiron In an attempt to was thrown for a loss lie Mae Slado Clara Flum, Mellle Ii'
re- 9-yard ,
few of them completed for !good fourth with thirty-three. In the 20-yard line. Robinson failed to on Who?, Rah! ,
Ipeat! the 7-0 trouncing they gave gains.; future Mrs. Hudson will select the gain at line, but Tyson broke loose spinner. Robinson's pass was Intercepted Silcox, Melba Prevatt, Howard Who? Rah! r '". ;i

OUefland last season. This year four highest papers from all the and shot around left end for 22: I and returned to Live Brown, Jewett Fogg, Doris Silcox, B. H. S. Rah! Rah! Rah! *i
to them Although the score remained In Oak's 40.Halfback. George Silcox. Mrs. Gussle Mae
however, we hope give a students and not first, the best yards. Robinson gained 1 and Tyson
coat of whitewash will notnon a 0-0 deadlock when the final perIod made 4 at line but 3oree, teacher.
they from each class.TWELFTH lost 4 yards at right end. In- I 2-4-6-8 'I ? b
wash off and their ended, Suwannee seemed overshadowed Strickland tossed him Sixth Grade Lora t-
i from --- T man released a terrific aunt that for a 3-yard I : Frazee, Gloria Who do we appreciate? .
eirly! season's appearances It seems from most every, if not GRADE NEWS bounded across Suwan ee'. goal'j loss on next play. Fullback failed .Johns, Jean Bouvler. Team-team-team!t ya.i j
!bat this will be an easy matter to every standpoint. Her defense was I to.gain and punted. j Seventh Grade: Patsy Edmondson t ,

do At any rate, we believe our not good in every respect, and she The Seniors have Just received line.The ball was brought out to I Tyson downed punt on his 31- L. O. Jones, Jr., Billy Long, Amo, Amas, Amat '

offensive machine will be good lacked strategy enough to move their report cards. Some were disappointed the 20-yard line. Fullback foiled to yard line and lost 6 yard. at right Roswell Noegel, Oracle Mable Pltzer. The good the haven't got (, ''I'IWe'll
enough to pile a lead. the 'ball across the goal line. end. Robinson made 3 yards and Carol Whit t'
up winning
while others were fain; he gained 1 and lost 1 In win or bust,
We also believe that our primary This game partly erases the de- thrilled. The letters "S-E-N- three tries. Fullback punted. then punted. Eighth Grade: Edward Bagwell, They'll eat our dust,

defense will be strong enough to feat they gave us at Live Oak lust 'I-O-R," on the outside of our card Tornadoes downed ball on the Kick was downed on Suwannee'a Al Kay Carlisle, Don Stllley, Andrew Amo, Amas, Amat } ; '"
tame the Chleflond to year. Anyway, we proved our- 41-yard line. Fullback circled Taylor Irene Davis .
boys alJlndsUU. made us feel fine? and dandy. We 50 yard line. Tyson made 2 and Martha
I selves capable of holding them only hope we can keep up our 3 yards at left and right end, re right end for 1 yard. Inman intercepted Slade.- Mrs. Bynum Perkins, teacher. One-a ripper "u

The game will start at 3:30: as scoreless.It senior standard not only this month spectively. He followed with a 3- pass on Tornado's 42yardline. : Twos tipper, t ,: J t e
usual and the admission will be Is obvious that Coach Larsonis but for the next seven. If each yard gain at left end. Starke pen- Ninth Grade Section A: A. W. Three-a zipper cam; t-

I20c for school children and 35c making rapid progress In taking one of the seniors will try and do alized S yards for offsides. In Robinson' pas was incomplete. Anderson, Jr., Peggy Turnbull, If we get beat we don't give

(for adults and outsiders.A out the rough spots on the his best we shall keep a high man punted out of bounds on Live He made 6 and 3 yards at right Elaine Wynn. Section B: Lots A-he-lo, hl-lo tie boom j

parade has been planned by team. With this improvement, he standard the year through. Oak's 4yard line. end and left end, respectively. In- Judd, Millie Judd. Rah! Bradford HI School, !
the icAool to take place before the should send an even better' teamto Jennie Dunn. Fullback lost 1 and gained 2 man punted out of bounds on Live Tenth Grade A: Anita Wainwright Rah! Rah! Rant! ; t i y

nine Friday. the field In future games. J yards in two plays. He followed Oak' 25-yard line. Dorothy Sapp, Louise 0'

.... SEVENTH GRADE NEWS with a 3-yard gain at line. Full- I Davis threw fullback for 2-yard Snyder, Martha Powell, Leecy SIt down-ait down, pit

SOPHOMORE NEWS JUNIOR CLASS PRESENTS back punted out of bounds on Live loss. Fullback gained 1 yard at Fogg, Audrey Carlisle, Jlmmie You're rocking the boat,

PROGRAM IN ASSEMBLYThe We have two new students, Oak's 45 yard line. line, then punted. Moore. Section B: Alice Mast, Bradford HI School
lira Long: "Is there a word in Reese Bradley and Eugene Goodge.Mr. Robinson smashed line twice for Tornadoes downed punt on Live Jessie Mae Brannen, Blake Jack- lias, got your goat. '! +4r' ; "

!He English language that contains 11th A class had charge of Morrow: "What is an In- gains of 1 and 2 yards. Tyson Oak's 40-yard line. Robinson was son, Keene Harrell.

nil the vowels"? assembly Friday October 7th. The voice" 7Billy made a sensational 33 yard run stopped by quarter after 1-yard Eleventh Grade: Lois Long, TRAIN SCHEDULE}
Sumpter: "Unquestionably." follows Powell: "Talking with your reverse that foiled Suwannee. gain. Pass was Incomplete. Moore Lois Adkln, Alta Rhame, Marjorie
:
was as
program Our schedule I
Mrs. Long: "What is It"? mouth shut." went in for Tyson and promptly Stump, Gratton Cooper, Marguerite changes Sunday"
Sumpter: "I've just told A quartett consisting of Lois Robinson netted 4 yards on line slipped the .I May 22nd and trains will run as ",
you. Adkins, Lois Long, Martha Brown- The room flower Is the Rose. drive, and Inman followed with 2 yards. through line for 7 I Prevatt, Kitty Hogsed, follows:
Dorothy Swanbom, Louise Jack. S
on center rush. Robinson lost 2
Charles Fender has moved to lee and Kitty Hogsed, accompaniedby SAY IT AGAIN Fourth Quarter No. 1 Southbound local due

Kingsley Lake. Marjorie Stump sang "Lulabyof I yards at right end. Time out for Robinson punted and quarter I son.Twelfth Grade: Lucile Edwards! Starke, 10.50: p. m. '::1
Mary E. the.Leave." Here's to the teachers Starke. downed No. 11, Southbound local, due ti
Wynn had as her guest on his 17. Pass was In- Hope Haynes. Thornton Johns .
I Suwannee Fullback
gained 2 and aNn
,
Sunday, Louise _Kite. Lola Long gave two musical Long may they live. oomplete. Fullback lost 3 at line. Genevieve Kenly, Mildred Morgan. Starke 9:20: a. m.
two yards at right,end and line, I IftT Southbound IImlh.d_ .
Ever A"
so long as .
Tommy Cason went to Macclen- readings, accompanied by Marjorie He then punted. I --- --- --- --
The lessons Davis making good atop on latter I Starke 10:27: a. m. e
they give.
ny
Sunday. Wonder why? Stump. Moore downed it on his 35-yard
play. Fullback punted out of YELLS
No. 2 local
M. E., Bunnle Canova line. 'He lost I Northbound due {
Wynn played a piano Elena bounds :2 at right end. Pass ,
: "Only fools are positive. on Suwannee' 33: yard line Starke 6:10: a. m.

Martha B.: "I.have rheumatism solo.Billy Parker Mr. Larson: "Are you sure" Tyson received Robinson's pass was Live Incomplete.Oak Inman punted. Tomatoes, potatoes, cucumbers, No. 12, Northbound local due ;t '
half
played a trumpetsolo downed his
+in one foot." Elena: fIrm positive." for 7 yard Next pas WAIl Incom on Squash-Bradford, Bradford, Starke 3:31: p. m. '
accompanied by Marjorie 45 yard line. Moore stopped full-
plete. Starke penalized for offsides. Yes! By Gosh! No. 108 /
Mrs. Long: -"Push your' foot Stump Mac i "Can you beat It? I called Robinson mad 1 at left end. Pass back after 12 yard Quarter lost Starke Northbound limited due ;
6.01
through a window." At the last a short pep meetingwas Mr. Larson a liar, fool and a crook. 2 yards; pass was Incomplete. DaVis : p. m.
was Referee's time ,
Incomplete. Barney
Google
Andy Gump.We've Starke and Wannee 101
Martha: "Why" ? held with Parker He short leave i
Billy playIng never said a word. Intercepted pass and returned Fp
out; Starke penalized B yards for got-up a stump- Starke 7:00 a. u
Mrs. : m. r
Long: ,"Then the pane will his trumpet and Marjorie Gratton: "Force of habit, old top.'He' to Live Oak's 45-yard line. Oh r
successive Mln Oh t
be Incomplete passes.Fullback Minttt!! No. 102 arrives 2:40:
gone. I Stump accompanying at the piano. a football referee." and full Tyson lost 8 at right end. Time p. m.
quarter again
Closing of Mall t
out for Starke '
--- collarbone
; Tyson's
failed to rain in three tries. Full 1234-3214
was broken on the play. Strickland South
back puntedTyson Who for, what for
SCHOOL DAYS was shifted to backfield No. 11 Parcel '' yi
By DWIG returned punt to Tor ; Chapman Who ya gonna yell for, post, Monday; i
nado's 43 yard line as first quarter to left end. B-R-A-D-F-O-R-D Wednesday and Friday, 8:05 a. m.
ended. Tlaon hit left end for 2 and That's the way to spell It; No. 107 Letters, special delivery 9,11

Second Quarter and Strickland tore through line Here's the way to yell It, and special handling parcels, 10:10): ( ;4,

II ((1' Tyson made 8 at right end. for 4 yards. Inman punted. Bradford, Bradford. a. m.
r Time out for Suwannee. Tyson lostI Quarterback returned to Tor North i ;' '
nado' 42-yard line. Packham No. 12, Parcel post and letter.
+
at left end. Pass
was Incomplete. Rlflty, rUlty, nit, raft
Starke penalized 5 for off shot through and threw halfback Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday" r
yards
Chlflty, cblftty. chit, chaft
vAil Roeo e? wow, taaSRRar for 2-yard loss. Chapman brought 3:13: p. m. i fu
aides. Inman punted. Rlf, raft, chit, chart
ileatLlrA I i iWaikef + fullback down with one finger for No. 108, Letters, special delivery sk
Live Oak quarter downed punt on Let' give 'em the horse laugh ,(
SWS'E ME MISS tIilQflilt no gain. Pass wall good for 8 and special handling parcels, 5:40: r
I his 35 yard line. Paw was Incom He-Ha! 4:" ,
yards., Fullback made 1 at line. p m.
Ci 1 BWa JNrala-. SNId plete. Inman stopped fullback for
e SOe't0 /
KN 1 OrC Robinson made 1 and Night mall. close at
lost 4 6:10
:
m.t
p.
fl l,' no gala. Wall duplicated with the Whose gonna, win, win?
i e R yards on two plays. Referee's No. 1, due at 10BO: m. No. 2
,,,-- "woavtS IjAttt o Yo u 1 halfback. Fullback punted out of I Whose gonna win, win? p. ; .
time out. Offside for both teams. due at 6:19: a. m.
,IG.1 bounds on Starke' 40-yard line. Whose gonna win, win now? ;
I Br4 tk Se a pIEASe M / Robinson punted. Starke & Bell Branch r
Edwards made 2 at right end. We're gonna win, win,
I
Kick was returned to Live Oak's Mail closes, 7:00: a m.
r
Pass was Incomplete. Inman made We're gonna wln, win, ,
41-yard line. Half hit line for 1 Mall arrives, 2:40: m. {
1 at line and a brace of Suwannee'sblocked j We're gonna win, win how p. ; i
and downed his punt. I yard. Pass was incomplete. Robinson I Easy, easy! Blue Bus. Schedule. ,

ail KEFP Live Oak bad the ball on Starke's fumbled possible intercepted Dally, effective Jan. 1, 1932. +
ON
1.4J/ ; i pass. Fullback punted. In the high chair Northbound B-03 1
46 yard line. Strickland made neat : a. m., 1:59: p.
stop of half for 3 yard loss. Full- I Robinson returned kick to 50- Who put 'em up there? m., 4:59: p. m., 8:10: p. m.

back made no gain and lost 1 yardIn yard line. Inman failed to gain at Mo-Pa-81s-Boom -Ba, Southbound-9:34: a. m., 12:34: p.

two attempts. Time out for line. Time out for Tornadoes. Tls Bradford Bradford, Rah Rah. m., 4:34: p. ut., 12:00: a. m.
on lost 2 at line. Tickets
1 Suwannee was and information
d Suwannee. Live Oak penalized 15.vards Coach Ray! at
fop fluccAfliiivA_ tim... .....t.. j penalized for offside Pas was In- Larson Rah Smith's Service Station, next to {
n ----- --- ,
Fullback punted complete. Robinson puntedLive J courthouse. Ti .

Tison took punt on his 10-yard Oak quarterback returnedto

lost line 3 and at line.returned Inman to hit his tackle 21. for He topped his 40-yard halfback lin after*. Robinson 1:5.yard Wake Up Your Liver Bile ; '

: 6 yards then punted. pas Interception. Pas was In- ,I" .;
complete. Halfback
failed to gain
Punt was downed on Live Oak's
III i ; 1 at left end as game came to adoe.

to 20 gain yard and line;then fullback was twice thrown failed for .. -Without Calomel! ; ,I!1i(

3-yard loss. He punted. -
-
Billy: "How much i
Tyson returned to Suwannee'. have"? gas do we And Toall Jump Oat of Bed II IIoI MU !. mat ante*frWr;rw feel'' ro p

42-yard line. Shuford went in for '-" '\ tlimt. n fort .M>r. In ... ........
Genevieve: "It points to ill the
i'I Hazen at right end. Edwards half but one- Morning Ruinto Go 0., ".rtaep7.ee -... Tie .... '
whether it
means
one-
dashed around left end for 8 yards thick U4 taste... 'sbn .rl If fad..*ktabrata ''
I half full or half empty, I don't IT yon fed Mar and sonic and the Y,
and Inman made 1 on center rush. ter n* ta bU.Mnfc Tier keelI 1f

(' Inman failed to gain and punted know.- I .worid f sattsv look mineral punk,water don'tawsllow oil, laxative a l lot .....sc4 ya fell doe tat..*.T_.......

out of bounds on Live Oak's 27- Last piling of fishing pier at candy Oft chewing gam and expect eretrebPdweGIHsk

yard line. Lighthouse Park, driven recently.St. them to make- row oddeoly" wt +1MMs4d&CAATZWtLiTr1.11
,Live Oak penalized 5 yard for Augustine Record. aDd buoyant and fall of sunshine.Tor LIV:1tPlfiJbMelsw/a.eeae/e.tk9. r
...... t
offside. Tyson stopped fullback .tnT skareefe.i0..eeaa/.
after 3 yard &,aIn. Fullback lost Clearwater they: cant Ao It. They only" ''nor mtta. ......... ..---, ..... i
,
1 L a line: then made 1 there. Fullback Immediate widening .... tb bowels and a Den movement ...-....------...... ._..
of Stevenson Creek here doesn't get at the cause. The ................hq. ; r.
punted. k
planned. reasM lor year daim-aad-out But. .' ..
<> ttnrpHb.A*"Outer
Tyson returned to Tornado' 42- Is Irvtr. It should bR r h
out
your pour two Lyle Urea Pfflk iMkto MM MW C.r Hr"* <
yard lin*. Robinson passed incomplete Arcadia Courthouse to be re- pouaAi of liquid< bile la to your bowels INtl.INw Pee w sae we Lai. ....a "
and then made 4 2 ,
and yard paired. III/IIIII"/ ............ O&lll.c.II., "'
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Mrs. M. W. Morrow closed the tribes: The chief officials are the II,of the Mayor, the Comptroller and der a new leader, John Kelley, scorn at the charges that- -

program with the subject "ChristIn Sachems, a Sagamore, or Masterof the Commissioner of Parks and made a spectacular comeback and ed at them from aU are burl!

iii i}i S Soljct J1 I Alaska," describing the great Ceremonies and a Wlnsklnskle,,, Public Works, all of .whom were has been virtually In control of country la. regard to their parts Of th.
missionary enterprises of the or Door Keeper: They have a ritual I his tools: A system of official New York City government since esty in. their dealing dIsheD
Presbyterian and E p la copal of supposedly Indian character. plunder was then inaugurated that 1881, with the exception of 1894 city; they boldly charge that WIUl th,

churches that are being carried on This "Tammany Society" is not has had but few parallels in an- and 1901, when the entire Tam-, of the states have just map}

; ,. there, and the need that stilt ex itself the well known political or cient and modern history. many ticket was defeated. I "Tammany Ring" as hit

ists.Mrs. ganization but rents its hall to How much was stolen from the Tammany has never robbed the I Tammany, and that wherever pu
8APF-LANG Adklna, Mr. and Mrs. W. :M. Wainwright T. N. : .
Kendrlck, assisted Ho
f by the "Tammany Hall General Committee city and state will never be known, city In such spectacular fashion I money Is being spent
Mr. C. A. and Mrs there
Knight
Miss Estelle Kendrick served a since Tweed's downfall graft, or 16
the "Tammany Hall" of but the Indebtedness of New York as was done stealing "alt
r :Mr.: W. :M.: Sapp and Miss Elma C. D. Shank. salad that tbt
e dainty course.FAVORITE the "Buss" his traffic will bear "
; general notoriety; the leadingmembers City was Increased ,$81,000,000 in by and gang In that they
Lang were quitely married Tuesday of the Hall and of the, two years with scarce anything to 1871-72. Richard Croker was the I tunately, are in a position that, tor.,
evening by N. D. Wainwright, MR. AND MRS.! D. A. will'
Society control the activities of the, show for this vast sum of money. biggest "Boss" Tammany has had permit them to take It III
Jr. Justice of Peace. MONTIETII ENTERTAINRoses larger
Hall so that there is since Tweed's time: the principal chuncks.
I RECIPES I nothing more The Tammanyites got to quarreling -
than a nominal difference between themselves the reason that this Society has been More than hall of the ,,
and dahlias among over popular ,,
METIIODIST W. M. S. artistically
the two. division of the stolen money and such a power in politics is, that of greater New York Is of
MONDAY In bowls and deck- forelm
WILL MEET arranged vases
Plain Cake born
there Is no division of thought or parentage
ed the living In the Almost from its inception Tam one of the plunderers dissatisfiedwith : statistics shelf
large room
2 level cups sugar 2 level cupsof purpose, one man, the "Boas" con that the weaklings and
Hall has been the share allotted him, the
will many ,. actively en give
M.
The Methodist W. : S. home of Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Mon-
flour, scant 1-2 teaspoon soda, trols it as absolutely as the Czarof moat classes among the immigrant
afternoon at when gaged In politics during the greater to the New York Times a copy ofa !
o1 meet next :Monday: tieth Thursday evening, theyentertalneJ that have
1.4 teaspoon cream of tartar, 3.. Russia controlled his subjects come to our
part of Its existence actually certain stuffed account showing count
3:3O o'clock at the church. Business members of their club ryp;
: and meeting at contract bridge. eggs, 1-4 lb. butter, teaspoon lem-'I' controlling the Democratic partyIn conclusively that the city wa be- before the World War. the past year have, almost without

i y program. Four tables were arranged for add slowly 1 level cup of sweet New York City, but always subordinating ing systematically robbed. The city is divided by the exception, settled in the !!large!

EASTERN STAR NOTICEThe play, and at the conclusion of the milk.Mix the party Interests to When Tweed was taken to task Tammany organization into "As- cities the : New York City has gotten
scores were totaled and ingredients thoroughly and Its own selfish purposes> about the stealing done under the, sembly Districts," each district has largest percentage of them
games ;
Eastern Star will meet at prizes awarded the winners Mrs.C. add slowely 1 level cup of sweet Tammany In the early period of supervision of Tammany, he felt, Its little "Boss" and these men this fact furnishes food for serious
., milk. Sift into the flour the scant ,its history did entrenched In I form the "Executive Committee" consideration.
the Masonic Hall Monday night at A. Knight and Mr. F. F. Stump some very com- so securely power I
of 730 o'clock. There will be Initiation made high, while Mr. O. L. Beas- 1-2 teaspoon of soda and 1-4 tea- mendable things, it worked for the that he said: "Well what the hell I of the "Hall." to enforce the or- Yours very truly
'' o service and all members are ley and Mr. Fred Vining scored spoon of cream of tartar. Makes a election of Thomas Jefferson; in are 'you going to do about it?" dere of the big "Boss", who has H. H YOUNG.
urged to be present. Visitors will 4 layer cake. If strawberry cakeis 1822 It secured the constitutional The better class of citizens, Irrespective achieved that position by unques

I4 be welcome. low.The hostess served a salad desired add 1 qt. of firm ripe amendments providing for man- of party affiliations, were tioned ability in the practices: that VHEKE} A
-*- course to the following players; berries to mixture and bake In hood suffrage and for the abolition thoroughly aroused to the danger has given to Tammany its com- parr

,I'I/I( P. T. A. TO MEET Mr. and Mrs. N. Sternberg, Mn shallow cake pan. Cut in squares of Imprisonment''for debt. that threatened the city from this manding political power in New 7C1SAVFA I JUND
H'' WEDNESDAY and Mrs F. F, Stump, Dr. and and serve with cream not whipped. In 1827 It tried to reduce the unprincipled society, whose mem- York, state and city: In his hands

r Mrs E. L Biggs, Mr. and Mrs. L. Mrs. W. H Green, five year period of residency nec- bership was drawn from all walksof rest all the finances of the organization .,
? The Parent Teachers' Association D. Vining, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Vln Starke, Fla. I essary to the taking out of naturalization life of all countries and they determined for which he is account

will meet next Wednesday afternoon lng, Dr. and Mrs. H. .B. McLen-i I papers; this broughtthe to kill or cripple the Tiger able to no one! !li''P1i I

,t 6r,. at 3 o'clock in the High don, Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley Sweet Potato Surprl8f'I i I j foreign born element under direct that had so long been lapping the Each district has a "Social Hall," i I
j' auditorium. All (Makes 15 to 20 croquettes) control of the and life blood of the there than thousand of I
; '7; School parents and Mrs. C. A. Knight. Society city. are more a IIIIIII I
t'' )' 4 and those Interested In the schoolare I 3 cupfuls of cooked and mashed Hall. Under the leadership of Samuel them In the city, where the members ,

invited to be present. MRS. W. J. EPPERSON sweet potatoes, 1-4 to 1-2 cup thin I In 1842 the "Irish Gang" used Jones Tilden, a leading attorneyof can come together and enjoy .'
cream or evanorated milk.. 1-2 cup physical violence at the elections the New York City bar, afterward themselves In any fashion that appeals -
ENTERTAINS CIRCLE 1
!
MADISON AVENUE GARDEN brown or wh tegari'" eg.g3-4 and became the source of Tam- Democratic Governor of New to their Ideas of a good time; It is false
OP BAPTIST
W. :M.' S. I economy to
t CLUB TO MEET cup moist coconut, 1-2 teaspoonful man's strength In the political affairs York, with the assistance of the ''It is this social feature that makesa save. ,the

Mrs. W. J. Epperson was! hostessto salt, marshmallows, cornflakes. of the city. New York Times, and Harper's membership in the "Hall" so appealing betweend rpendabksto.,'l,It-ITI!
t The Madison Avenue Garden friends and members of Circle Take the mashed potatoes, add I In 1870 Tammany reached the Weekly, the ring was completely to the poorer classes of surance and cheap, 1I11.\1fl!
Club will\ hold a regular business No. 1 of the Baptist W. M S. at enough cream to beat to a fluff. zenith of its power, under William destroyed and the city rescued people, especially those of foreign type of insurance
and social meeting at the home of her home Add the sugar, beaten egg, coco- Marcy (Boss) Tweed, who had, from Tammany's dominion: Boss! birth; the district leaders frequently Compete! protection, with
Monday.The ,
afternoon lower floor of the home was nut, salt and mix thoroughly. Let used his popularity as a "Volun-,Tweed was tried and convicted but give, at their own expenses, safety, fa essential. Sound
: stand until cool. Press a marshmallow ,teer Fireman" to make himself the released on a technicality of the dances, excursions and picnics, toclc fire Insurance Is quality,!,
ensuite and -
decorated
/ prettily
open
o'clock. All ladles of Madison for this delightful affair with into the center of a small purchase, enough votes to carry I law, by one of his judges, was re- these social features bring a touchof Protection-talc Inexpensive and
flY street are invited. portion of the potato mixture and ;out any piece of knavery that he arrested but managed to escape color into lives that have been WefurnUlt.HAROLD : .
golden rod and roses. The day was form into a ball. Ron each ball inrushed I,desired.In and fled to Spain, be was located all drab; in addition to this they ',
In and at C. WALL
; pleasantly spent sewing
WOODMEN CIRCLE the hour covered dish cornflakes, dip In diluted April 1870, Tweed secured the and brought back he died in Sing furnish bail for the unfortunateones
noon a
v HOLDS MEETING beaten egg, then roll again in ]passage of a City Charter placing Sing !In 1878. who are in jail. INSURANCE
luncheon was enjoyed. Late In
rA'4? y the afternoon short business cornflakes. Fry In deep fat until I full control of the city in the hands After a few years Tammany, un- Tammany officials laugh in, STARKE, FLORIDA
a session
The Woodmen Circle held their nicely browned. Drain on brown .
was held with Mrs. J. M. . .
'
second meeting of the season Brownlee, leader, In charge. Plans paper and serve. For smaller,ball.* I . -, '. .' -'..-.... ...
{ Tuesday evening at the Masonic for luncheons cut marshmallows)) I
fti Hall. Following the regular routine were made for a box of clothingto In half. Jee.Zing.Goods. Are Carefully Selected: Packed, Sanitary and Assures You the Highest of Quality

r ''i, of business at which time be sent girl at the orphanage In Mrs. E. Matthews.Outstanding .,
Arcadia. The next meeting will be
plans were made and discussed 4
d ;t to held the second Monday in November
In regard to state convention
+ ''t'' be held in Ocala, the date to be with Mrs. E. C. Priest.
e l 2 announced later. Refreshments Those present were: Mrs. J. M r Tackle r rI PLEEZINGFOOD

,;; { were served to those present. Brownlee, Mrs. J. H. Pitts, Mrs.
G. H. Bennett Mrs. P. M. Barefoot -

a MRS. O. M. INMAN LEADS Mrs. J. D. Goodman Mrs. J.
IN; FRATERNAL WORK H. Hundley, Mrs. S. F. Hamrlck,
Mrs. A. F. Murrhee, Mrs. E. C.

j(rl Mrs. O. M. Inman, state auditor Priest, Mrs. J. B. Sapp Mrs. R. A. STORESSPECIALS <
and district manager of the Wood- Thomas Mrs. A. M. Darby, Mrs.J. i
men Circle, led in Fraternal work E. WitSon, Mrs.: D. C. Jones, of

t o In making greatest gain in mem- Gainesville; Mrs. Dale Vansickel,


;' :for District bership the past and 5 In three Insurance the State months.written of Florida Starke in OMAN'S Beverly Hills CLUB, Calif.. r FOR FRIDAY AND ATURDAY, OCTOBER 14 & 15CARRADINE'S


Grove rated first in membership HOLDS MEETINGThe

drive which was In honor of Mrs.\' r Rambler
first meeting of the Wom Plee-Zing
t 'c Mas Green, guardian. GRITS
I an's Club was held Wednesday af-
PLAY HEADERS' CLUB ternoon at the club house, with the FLOUR FLOUR
new officers presiding. r or

There will be -a meeting of the Plan were made for a Hallo-
''f tf Play Readers' Club on Thursday we'en party to be given at the 6Ibs.-: ___ _. .19c MEAL 6 lbs. -.- -__ 17c

J- evening at 8 clock in the library club house Monday night, October 12 lbs. __ _ '_ 34c 12 Ibs. 2ge
,1 of the Woman's Club. AH those Slst. :i
who are Interested in taking parts A reception will be given the '. 24 lbs.-------------__ 64c 101bs.. ______ 15c: 24 lbs. _, ._ uu 53e

d fk in the plays or hearing the plays teachers and faculty of Bradford

1 i read are invited to join. The first High School on Friday, night, October PLEE-ZING COFFEE Plee-Zing Pancake Flour, 2 for __ t5elIb.
play will be selected at this meet- 21, at 8 o'clock in the clubhouse
:' Ing. The dues will be a small The Business Men's Club vac. 33c Buckwheat Flour, pkg. __ __ tOe

i amount to cover the cost of the and the Woman's Club are to be JOE JENKINS Fresh Ground Coffee 1 lb. 21c __
host and hostess. The 200 pound University of Florida -- -- lOc
books which the Palatka Club is joint Fender's Mayonnaise 1-2 pts., jar
,
selling this club at half price. Mrs. A Z. Adkins, chairman of athlete who last spring established a ,, I.lb. bag .. I6c:
1 Southern ----- -- --- --- -- 15e
new record the
in javelin Pappy's Orange Marmalade 16 oz.. jar
t school presented Prof L. A,. Gray.. throw, ,
may show Dixie the beet tins
f ? CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR J who gave a. most interesting: J I play of the 1933 football-season, His,, Plee-Zing Milk, tall cans' __.,___ __ 5c. Guava Jelly, 8 oz. jar __ ______ __ 15e
ENTERTAINS FRIDAY +Ion Loyalty.The name Is Joe Jenkins and he Is right
following program ,was enjoyed tackle: on the "Fighting Gators.".
The Christian Endeavor Society : -:' TOILET TISSUE, Cloth Crepe Phillips

w entertained at weiner roast at the Reading; "Widow Budd"-Miss Juice No. l 5c
: can __ ____
Mitchell cottage, at Kingsley lake, Lucille Mitchell. PleeZmg3rolls .2Ie
t Friday evening: The party had a Violin solos 'a) "Adagio '(Handel L ? Tomato Soup, No.. 1 can _____ __ 5c

jolly time singing songs and telling ); (bl) "Faust", (Gounod)- Spaghetti No. 1 2 for 13e
oJ Prep can ___.
stories around the camp fire. Miss Anita Courtmanch, accom- Full Count 650 Sheets -

,; "' The party was In honor of Mr. and! panied by Mrs. Courtmanch. Tomato Paste, Plee-Zlng, can __ 5e
Mrs.: M. W. Morrow Mrs. George Piano solos: "Adieu to the PIano -
74 7 Kenly, Miss Genevieve Kenly and ," (Beethoven); "Waltz in E Sword Toilet Tissue 3 rolls lOc Bucket BrandT'

; Miss Lillian Stump, who have recently Flat," (Chopen)-Mrs. E. M. Da- Editor Bradford County Telegraph: ,

_ .; 9 ; joined the organization. Vis. It I.i possible your reader would Maple Syrup, 35c size ___________ 28e
Vocal solos: (a) "Trees"; (b) like to know something definite Skinless 1 FREE
). SURPRISE SHOWER': "Roses of Picardy"-Mrs. J. D about Tammany Hall, an organization 1 package of Plee-Zing Pancake

Doyle. that will be more or less FIgs, full quarts __ __ ________ __ ___ 31c

,4 ';' ,r Mrs. Thelma Andrews and Miss Tea and sandwiches were served' talked about In the next few Apple Sauce, No. 2 can, 2 for __ ____ 15c Just Arrived
Patricia Lamb were joint hostesses by the hostesses, Mrs H. V weeks; I had occasion to study Its
at Peaches Calif. Y. C. No. 2 for 25c Salt Mackerel( catch) 2 for 15e
a surprise shower given at the Knight Miss Florence Wood, Mrs. history a few years ago and to 1-2,2 new ,

former's home Friday evening W. B. Parks, Mrs. L. Wyman, Mrs.J. make it of some value to your Pineapple, half sliced, No' 2 can ____ lOc Lima Beans, dry, lb. __________. 5c
I complimentary to Mrs. Ada E. Corpening Mrs. T. T. Long reader of today I have brought it
Brooks, who left Saturday for Ok- and Mrs. J. C. Hoover. up to 1932. Peanut Butter, l lb. jar -_______ a 9cPleezing

lahoma. People, generally, know that Sweet, Mixed or Plain
The/ home was attractively dec I LADIES AUXILIARY MET there Is such an organization in PIee Zing
orated for the occasion with quan TUESDAY EVENINGThe New York City that holds almost PICKLES, 6 oz. bottle __ _:_ _._ lOc -

y tities of dahlias and autumn. flow- unlimited power .in the political. RELISH, sweet, 81.2 oz. jar __ ___ ___ lOc Bartlett Pears, No. 2 can __ _____ 14cPleaZing
ers In vivid shades. The evening Ladles Auxiliary of the I life of that great city. Boullion Paste Tubes 25c size 2 for 25e
i c' waa spent pleasantly in conversa- Presbyterian church met Tuesday Tammany takes its name froma ,

tion and opening the gifts which evening at the home of Mrs. Mary Sachem, hereditary chief of the

r; A were presented the honoree In a Dover, with the president, Mrs. E. Delaware Indians, Tamarend or Chili Con Came, No. 1 can -- -- --- lot Pure Creamery Butter wound-24c
suitcase. M. Davis, presiding.Mrs. "
Tammany, meaning "The Affable.1
', Prepared Mustard 15c size ___ lOc ,
I At the close of the> evening the J. :M. Mitchell conductedthe Before the Revolutionary war __

hostesses served tempting refreshments -: devotional service taking asher two societies( were organized in Salmon fancy pink, can lOc
'
-- --
-- -- 19c
to those present. The guest I theme the story of the ten tal New York City, "Sons of Liberty" Sardines 2 CHEESE' full cream, Ib ---- ------ -
Imported 15c
-i' list Included thirty-five. I ents. Mrs. T, N. Kendrick had and "Son of St. Tammany." Their cans --- ---- -
t of the Choice Cuts Beef Roast lb. 18
charge
i prayer service for rituals were largely made up of :Indian _--- - ,
; BRIDGE CLUB ENTERTAINED national and foreign missions. Mrs. words to assure the American Rice Flakes, 2 p k.-------t.-- 15c 15c

Tyson continued the Bible study character of the Lodges.In Peas Petit Pois Hamburger, Ib -._-- ----_------- .
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Robinson 80z. can 10
were from the book of Judges. May 1789 William -- ... c
.i Mooney,
host and hostess to members of After a short business session, an Irish upholsterer, who had beena Jelly Compound, 35 oz. .. __________ 14c Weineralb:___ ______,_________ _, 15c
Saturday when plans were completed for member of the earlier organization 15c
the Colonial party to be held at the founded in New York No. l Sliced Breakfast Bacon lb.___ _
:Madison street. manse In November, Mrs. Will the City, POTATOES, 10 lbs. .....:__________ 15c

Wild flowers In shades of purple Stern presented a very Interesting lumbian"Society Order.of"Tammany" or "Co Smoked Sausage, lb. _____________ __ 15c

and gold with green foliage were and also instructive programon It was to have been a Beat Grade White Bacon, lb. 8.1-2c
used to advantage In decorating the subject of Alaska. In her benevolent and non-political patriotic.organization ----- Boiled Ham, lb. __________________ 30e

# the party rooms for this Informal talk on "Lovely Alaska," she gavea I and for a few year It ONIONS 3lbs. __________ lOc Pork Ribs lb. lOc
i affair. This color motif being also vivid picture of the national lived up to Its tenets: In IBM It ____ ___---.,---_____ __ _
{ used in the tallies and wrapping beauties of Alaska. Mrs. -
Kenly was incorporated a* a benevolent I
of the prize :described the poor sanitary conditions society; In 1811 It built its first
]Five progressions of(; the game of the Alaskans and told Wigwam, on Franklin street; in 1 A. H. GREEN J. W.\ WHITE & SON

were enjoyed and score added. of the efforts that bad been madeto 1867 It moved to the HALL
:Mrs.R. F. Demorest and Mr. W. M. present health education to Fourteenth street and has remain on LAWTEY, FLA. Phone 62 Starke, Fla.

d. rl Wainwright received the prizes forholding them. Mrs. T. 8. Williams told of ed there continuously since that ,Phone 86 Starke, Fla. We Curry a Fun Lin *f Qardeo
e high scores. Alaskan W* Carry Wilson & Toomer
art, describing In particular date AutriAD
and>Ffcdd Seeds.tnetadin
,, It The C. player were: Mr. and Mrs.I the art of basket weaving.Mrs. TIle society was divided into Fertilizer-Also full line of Quality Winter !-., Onion Sets: Oat and i
Wall, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. H. H. '
Young gave a comprehensive tribes with a Sachem over each I Seeds at Lowest Prices Rye
;i4 Demorest, Judge and Mrs. A. Z.
talk on Totem'Poles, and and a Grand Sachem over all the



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! FOOD CHILDREN EAT I r PACK SCHOOL LUNCHES several days without Ice. The rot oTiri3: or APPLICATION YOM > ",iv. n.tina under the sent clcii.'flkf i J'b'
. TAX ,ItKKIlNotho < the <',litulc Court of the. Twent t..
r C: DEPENDS ON P..RENTSThis usually begins where tissues are IN linoby; given' thai H n.Mny Sixth Jiifllilftt, riroilt/ nf Florida, In rho"
e Every mother knows the necessity broken in harvesting and packingor \ hoMi'iof tax CertitIC./r! No. and fur' 1I.'tlllt..d. l (*'ounly in C'lmtk' $
the of A. l>. 19S0.h. in. lh.t i nrlalti oaux.-. wKorolnU
648 Tth day July. rrry'
t Bits of ( Is one of a series of articles of a well filled lunch box. The at lesions caused by parasitic ... filed said Ktrllflcato In ray office ,,,fih .r. Glover In' the pldlntlf. fj'and '
sponsored by the Florida food should be appetizing: as well fungi. and mail application fee tax T II. Kdwwrdu and Anna hJdwanl. ; ,.
1 Medical Association. di.t'4 to IIIMU t thereon In aof rlam'. wife mm defendants. rnri>>..a{ '
These article as adequate. Sandwiches are Watery rot Is caused by a fun with law, Rind l caitlflcat. einbracuath entered nn the lath day of Ur,1, ; ;
. are- Intended to tersely give to the easily carried and offer much vari- gus known to growers as the following daorllml' I property lt- ><>r usa, will Bell. durlair the l legal '1" e .
i IDeal Net T reader vital information on general ation, but they Mould be made cause of lettuce drop, celery pink to-wit ualxl In Bradford County: FlorMn.8KH IihlN; "'N.vetul' of sale on, 1UJ2 Monday: at, the the 7tn Houtfl lay : '

health subjects from an authoritative from thin slices ,of bread, care- rot, nesting of beans, and wateryrot of NWV, NRW of RICH 8..tS7T ., .r of the oourthr. In lilt...rk.. ,I Jai
t V ,. ,ifcroMTh "Florida to the ,
110 County
We T H. M. 11 M
source. are presenting of It is a common .ti
fully spread, and should be wrap- cabbage. : MMncMiimeitt j of nal t Our People, Business and them to our readers in the hope ped in oil paper. field disease and unless care Is under the .al<> ovrllflratft l h. u.d wee ..... "., d..crlb..d property. lying. I f
that the Information contained Suggested SandwichesPlain exercised it is easily included In In the name of Duck A lluvk.Unloaa and .bo4nir In the Count known Hiadfoid ''f
be stale of Florida, and .
i Haiti certificate ahall "
Progress of the County and Town. eI therein will be of value.) bread and butter sandwiches the pack. rrrteotnol nocordlnir to law taxI <1. The common :omplalnt of are often fine for supple- Washing vegetables is usually I *. many of November U. 1919, of I
I day Twp e, H. K. SO Kant and NW"f.. "
___.... .". """ 1t'20o:1caro. : ; QlOro; 11 rororororollroroa.; ; ; .. mothers is thin: "How can I get menting other foods. Meat or practiced and adding a little dis- hated l this 'hAd : of October NMOV4 of Section I 0, Twp 0, $. It. 10 t I i
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1 !iOu= ------- ---------------- my child to eat those things that I chicken: either sliced thin or chop- Infection to the water will give A. I) 11I31. O.V.. ALDERMAN Kn:. "..t, containing 80 eoree. more ofLas. ,'

WEATHER REPORT Mrs C. A. Knight was a visitor know he must have" The answerIs ped and moistened with salad best results. Handle the products (Seal. CMtrk of Circuit 1'olllt. Th. Geld property will !be cold to ,,.i I ,.,
In Jacksonville Saturday. largely a matter of psychology dressing are always choice. Hard carefully to prevent bruises, use Bradford. County, Florida. Satiety the abov mentioned decree 1, ,i.1,

S AI compiled by Starke branch, Every Individual is fundamentally cooked eggs may be sliced and put clean, smooth containers, and pre- IO-14-St-ll-tl. -- or(/Signed! forooloNiira). R. 1(. PKRRTMAN.Mpotlal /':, ,' !. ,
I S. Forestry Service. Mrs H. C. Wall spent Saturday negative; that is, the first reac- between slices of buttered breador cool and refrigerate all shipments .lKC'11. MAMTKIt'tt ..n.N Alaatar, "' )
11. 1932. that will transit over a dayor Nolle In hereby given that the I J, T. FRAZKH, n
ending October 11, afternoon in Jacksonville tion to anything new is usually, they may be chopped and moistened en undrl.nvd Hpvclul/! Master In Chan. riulntlffit Hulli-luir 10UftHSERVICE -' ', tVr
D leek Max. Min. Precip. No! this is especially true of the with salad dressing.,To chop- two, was his advice. -- -- ---- .. --, _. -- --- --------------
Oct 5 91 71 .13 Mrs. Lamlra Murden spent Mon- young child. He resents any In- ped eggs may be added chopped Road
OCt. 6 69 52 day and Tuesday In Orlando. novation either In his regime or in celery ground raw carrots, chop- Milton --- Surfacing of No.

oct. 7 76 4T his dietary. This Is more particu- ped olives or ground nuts. 10, near here, started.. .
OCt. 8 81 54 Mrs. Lamlra Murden spent the larly true of the child who has not Cottage cheese, well seasonedand ----- -
Oct 9 82 62 T. week-end In Jacksonville. been accustomed to a variety of moistened, makes a delicious Belle Glade--Recently repaired !
Oct 10 85 62 food early In life, especially, before filling and can be varied by the Belle Glade school house opened.
Oct> 11 87 58 Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Alvarez and his second year. addition of chopped peanuts, -
Tota! rainfall tor week ,13 In. Mrs. D. A. Montieth spent Mon- Variety Early ground raw carrots or chopped Mayo-H. L. Wlnderweedle purchased -
in Jacksonville.Mrs. Cream cheese Is best used Blue ,Front Grocery and
day The celery.
importance of early feed-
Meat Market. . -. .-- ,
Jim Klckliter of Jackson- ing then becomes apparent not along with some food that requires .,-... .' ..-- .. -- .- .. -. -.-." -, f
Mrs Tuesday In Starke. J. J. Canova Is visiting her only from the point of view of chewing, like chopped celery. Pea- ly
rule spent sister. Mrs. A. J. Cummins in proper nutrition but also from the nut butter Is a favorite and can Jacksonville -- Harrell's Phar- l:.

pr H. B. McLendon Is spending Jacksonville psychological standpoint. The early be blended into a soft spread and macy, Oak and Barr streets, open- FORDS CHEVROLETS r
In Ocala. feeding of cereals with the addition -I seasoned. ed to public.
week
this( -- Mr. Hubert Burgus of Bellview, of vegetables and other foods Sweet Sandalehtrs ,
jjr. W P. Smith was In Jacksonville was the guest of Miss Carrie Hut- shortly thereafter Is the secret of When sweets are not included In Tampa-'I'his city allotted $233 ALEMITED 50 CENTS
Monday. to Sunday. forming successful feeding habits. the lunch, a second, kind of sandwich 600 for harbor work. ;
The infant becomes accustomed to a sweet one, may be added.

Mr. and- -Mrs. -A. Bishop spent Mrs. A. H. Green and Mrs. W. new foods, finds that he likes them This may be raisin bread, orange ALL OTHER CARS 75 CENTS '
Monday In Jacksonville. M. Wimberly were visitors In and by the time he has reached the bread or nut bread buttered, and a -MILITANT-MARY*- 7 t r;
I }
Jacksonville Saturday. age of reasoning is (not, resentful of sweet filling such as jelly, jam. ;t
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Kenly dietary innovations. fruit butter, conserves or honey.A Whemloaferyto Xjjj. J! -:: ...L..: ,: 'assawaRECHARGED: $ a )l'I' r,:,', I r i ,(
Parent> Attitude good fruit mixture for a sand-
made a business trip to Jacksonville Mrs. N. D. WaInwright, Jr., and For the child who has not been wich filling is made by grinding ) If :
Qit-edge
Monday. wt .
Mrs. Herbert Hart spent SaturdayIn
.- fed early a variety of foods, the dried fruit, adding chopped nuts "t
Jacksonville. answer to the problem Is found in and moistening with fruit juice. time-I'm :> ? Iris
"canny'o Batteries
Mrs. I. M. Reddish Is visiting her the mother. A period of dietetic Haw juicy fruits always carry
I daughters, Misses Pearl and Mable Mr. and Mrs. Felton Varnadoeand discipline must be instituted. This well In the lunch as do raw crisp can'EI'borrow'money--

|Reddish.Mr. Mrs. L. A. Davis spent Mon- child is probably taking only milk vegetables. Milk In some form I I '
day in Jacksonville should be included either as a
and a few of the sweeter things
C. C. Hoppe of Tampa, spent which he happens to like. Other drink, in cup cu.tards.cottage' I from'then-Hi!))
Tuesday night with Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. George W. Kenly food are automatically and cate- cheese or desserts Instead of a 75 CENTS 11 y ,_
JO. L Beasley. and daughter. Miss Genevieve, gorrically refused. There Is only sweet sandwich, cookies, fruit confections THEY
were guests of friends in Palatka one way to overcome this: those a simple dessert, or other "
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Richard of recently.Mr. things which the child likes must sweets are fine. KEEP AWAY
[palatka, were visitors In Starke Anna Mae Sikea TESTED AND SERVICED
be withheld until after he has tak- j PROMMEICity 1 '
(Tuesday. and Mrs. Daniel V. Smith
.' .
en those things which he must i .fH.iuH.... 1 I ( r
and daughter, Miss Rachel Smithof i have to maintain proper nutrition. CAKE WILL CHECK : M
Mr. O. M. Ionian left Wednesday Madison, were guests of Mr. and I The practice of teasing, urging, MANY LOSI'4EI'OF' FREE ''i ;
I for a several days business Mrs. J. M. Mitchell Wednesday.Mrs. playing with and otherwise tryingto TRUCK .IN TRANSIT N fJ

I trip in Clearwater.Mrs. force food on the child, must be .. ? Ms
W. E. Middleton, Miss stopped. The meal should be placed Gainesville, Fla. V Mont of the Barber Shop ,. ,., .. -
A.,M. Richard of Jackson- Madge Middleton and Miss Hazel in front of him offered to him and losses of Florida vegetables la
jville, spent Tuesday with Mrs. E. Middleton motored to Jacksonville If refused taken away and no more transit are caused 'by slimy and

13. Matthews.Mrs. Saturday and spent the day. effort made to feed until the next watery soft rots, and can be pre- SMITH'SService
meal time. Once the Infant or vented by careful handling and Beauty ParlorWILL
R. S. Johns and son, George, Miss Pearl Jordan home Dem- young child becomes convincedthat grading, according to Dr. Q. F.
I of Lake Butler, spent Wednesday onstration Agent for Bradford and he is not going to get what he Weber, plant pathologist at the dy
I with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Union counties, Is spending this wants until he has eaten properlyand Florida Experiment Station. REMAIN OPEN f k r _
I H. Green. week in Gainesville. that It Is a matter of indifference Slimy soft rot is'caused by buc.eria Station

to his mother father, which attack hampers of Miss Pearl Manning .4.4&y
;
Mrs. W. M. Wainwright, Mrs. J. Mrs. W J. Epperson, Mrs. pale grandparents, etc., as to whether beans, cabbage, lettuce celery. OperatorIVrnmnvnt
IW.'Andrews!, and' Mrs.' H. C.'Wall Vansickel and Mra" H.''L.: Brown- he eats or not the fight' Is won. peppers, etc., monryo{ which are ,
|were visitors In Gainesville Wednesday lee spent Thursday in Jackson Expression vpf likes and dislikesby not pre-cooled'aadn transit for Wave $3.63 & ,'.150 --
I afternoon.Mrs. ville. the parents in the presence of; _____ u_ -k ---- --v- --- ---- --.- .--. -" -.
the child is another common mis-
W. M. Griffis and son, Lin-! Mr. W. J. Epperson, Jr., of Jack- take. The child imitates his par-
I Dlous of Green Cove Springs, were sonville Is spending several days ents and refuses the same food
j guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Grlf- with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. that they do on the plea that he
I fls Sunday afternoon.Mrs. J. Epperson. doesn't like it. Therefore, do not
express such dislikes in front of
A. Z. Adkins, Miss Lois Mr. and Mrs. W. S*.Yelvlngtonand him. The building of proper feed-
j Adkins, :Mrs. Nat Turnbull and son, Billy of Hastings, spent Ing habits often requires moral
I Miss Peggy Turnbull spenf Saturday Sunday with Mrs. Telvington's courage on the part of parents.
in Jacksonville.Mr. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A. Gar- This and nothing more.
diner. .
J. W. Townsend of Lake nOPE CHURCH
I Butler, was here on business last Mrs. E. S. Matthews, Mrs. H. B.

Saturday, and visited awhile with McLendon, Mrs. T. T. Long, Mrs. Rev. D. L. Phillips will meet the
his daughter. Mrs. Freeman Johns, D. P. Carpenter and Eugene Mat- people of Hope church on Sunday,
I thews were visitors In Jacksonville October 16th, at 11 a. m..
Rev. and Mrs. M. C. Stith returned Saturday. .

I to their home In Jackson- Spring Glen-Methodist churchto &
viBe after a visit here with Mrs. Miss :Mary L'engle and Mr, Felix be razed preparatory to con-
Stlth's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Meyer and friends from Jacksonville struction of new edlflce. 'ntit
| L. Brownlee. were guests of Mrs.. J. H. a1

Courtmanch and: Miss Anita Court- Williston Considerable build-
Mr. and Mrs. H. :L. Brownlee and manch Friday. here. 2tr'I
Ing activity uhderway t y
daughter and Mrs. M. C.
[ Madge, --
SUth and sons, spent Sunday at Dr. G. P. Raymond. Rev. :L. G. Tarpon Springs-Local canning I v i 'e
I the State Farm with Mr. and Mrs. Hemingway, Mr. and Mrs. J. T, plant to start operations about De- y r
8. H. Blitch. Quigley were In Raiford Wednesday cember 15.
and Thursday attending the
Misses Mary Canova, Miriam New River Baptist Association.Mrs. --C
Jacobs and of the
Beverly Cady
P. S. W. C. in Tallahassee, spentthe E. M. Johns Mrs. T. J. r 'GATOR FULLBACK

week-end at their respectivehomes. Griffin Mrs. J. C. Robinson and -
I Mrs. C. D. Shank attended the

''show in Gainesville Thursday eve- >- ,
Wilson & Toomer Fertilizers ning.
,
Bradford Special 2-10-2 $20.00

ton; Bradford Special 3-9-3, $21.50 Billy Graham, Milton Brownlee QrrJI
ton; Bradford Special 5-7-5, 25.00: Jr., Lester Price Robinson. James Starts Monday
ton; Ideal Strawberry Special 4-8- Richard Wainwright and, Merrill ,
*, $28.00 ton. S. R. Johns, Starke. Futch of the U. of F. at Gainesville N
spent the week-end at their respective -
Mrs. G. M. Inman and Mrs. I* homes. October 17th ,
a Green
attended the Woodmen -
Circle District Convention of Central Among those atendlng the foot-
Florida In Ocala Friday. Mrs. ball game between University of
nnman was elected District President Florida and Sewanee Saturday In 7DaysofVues H
and Mrs. Green, organist. Jacksonville were: Mrs. E. M. n

-- ohns, Mrs. Lamira Murden, MiasLena ,
).tr. and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, Belle Shepard, Miss FlorenceGill
Miss Martha Brownlee and Mrs. S. Miss Etta Fay GUI, J. J. Tru- .1A4"1 .
*:. Brownlee motored to Gaines- by Jesse Alexander R. A. Green COHEN'S 65th Anniversary Sale provides au "

hue Sunday afternoon and were H. C. Wall, Charles Darby. Buckshot for each customer to supply Fall t'
Guests of Judge and Mrs. A. V. Williams, A. E. Wall Eld-,
and Winter personal and home needs rdr r//
Long. redge Robinson Lester Price Rob- ., .' at note

-- nson.. Billy Graham Milton j j worthy savings Items which signify quality, .; r4KI

MUs Myrtle Oils Crump state irownlee. James Richard Wainwright value and style in full measure. Not in years have M, { 4 4t
lllallarer ?
for the Woodmen Circle, Mrs Lois Long and Mr. {
passed through Starke Wednesday and Mrs. J. Maurice Edwards. '. your dollars had such"lupernormal purchasing ti 4 i}

011 her way to Tampa and visited power because our merchandise was bought while x 1 '
WIth Mrs. 1.. s. (]. C. Wilson received }
Hutto for a few Tallahassee : i
contract for construction of I 1 prices were low. Market prices in many instances i

addition ,to city hall ,building. have increased and are continuing to rise daily. .
Mr. and Mrs. Freeman. Johns, : \
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*.. Effle!: Johns Mrs. L M. Red- Fort Ogden Fort Ogden Citrus ; SAVE DURING THIS EVENT \ \ .

J"h went to Jacksonville Thurs- Exchange recently completednew 1 4i \\\ .
y- Mrs. Johns visited her sister, building .In rear of packing
JTC orge Balsden who has been plant to house plant for mixing I

-some--...time.: 1- ertllizers. : iflT/ / 7flh1/ 1 '\ \ \ ,

Llra. L.. 8r: :>neon,' Mra., T.N. Arcadia Christian Church ''y ,
Mni. 1.. A. Gray, Mr. building North Brevard 'Avenue, JIMMY IIL'CIIES I
.mary Dover and 1ft. Eatelle Ken.rcll being remodeled. University of Florida football tans fikwl ', R +14 c I'R 1
motored to Jacksonville Wed- saw the 'Oators win only two games it r a1 !/1 '
y and apart the day. Mr. Fort Lauderdale Government bit fall, but they saw Jimmy Hughes t
""' emained for a week visit Jetties at Port Everglades part of play consistently outstanding foot I
her ball. The big gun see booming this Z
daughter. Mrs. R. W. Federal maintenance program fall "Watch Hughes Go." ?t JACKSONVILLE FLORIDAFltJlV.OCTO r rL'r .1
f45.000( () project, completed.

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f,, F-. .' _-_- MANY FLOWERS MAY iSOWING CROTALARIA -. -- -- I is more serious this year-than--- I

BE PLANTED NOW TO SEED THIS FALL WILL before because of the ever
COLOR THE GARDEN SAVE SPRING LABOR nomic condition throughout genera( teo-


t '1 FARMERS SECTION flowering Gainesville plants, -Fla.which-Many are plantedIn annual Cutting(By corners Spuds-to Johnson.save expenses) LIVE STATE NEWS ployment country and problem.Florida's- own unett'the


spring in more northern sections seems to be a rather popular pastime Tallahassee
Conducted by Demonstration Agents may be planted now In Flor- with both business men and 2 News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. don Board again- The declined Slate pan.

a ida to add a vast amount of often farmers- these days. Reduced in- J'L turb death sentences impoitd d1t.
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needed color to the flower garden comes have made such action nec- two convicted slayers. 011

-- and home grounds, according to essary. And many of us have surprised __ .u_ renewed requests for It refused
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Major W. W. Floyd, of the Collegeof I180G
ourselves ,with the number a terms for J. T. Blackwell
WINTER COVER CROP __ __ CORN WEEVIL GETS Agriculture. of places we have found where we Daytont*Beach-Citizens of Os-\loads of Everglades muck sol Blountstown. convicted of slaw,at
LIKELY TO ALMOST EVERY FIFTH EARlFUMIGATION; He suggested that seed over 1-8 could cut corner In case of ne- teen, a farming Community in Vo- would be sent to Chicago, and typIcal -, Sheriff C. D. Clark of DOUBLE CORN YIELD BEST Inch In diameter be sown In rows cessity. Another thing we have lusla county, have asked the county Everglades crops will be grownIn county, and for Henry Joh onT
where they are to grow and that learned is thai we often save not commissioners for permission to It during the year. There will Petersburg' negro convicted ) ,
', Gainesville, Fla.-Florida farmer Gainesville. Fla. -With the corn smaller ones planted In seedbeds only expenses but also labor and kill bears which are destroying also be a sample Everglades home. Ing George McRae, another of ala,.
1 who are wondering if they can weevil getting every fifth ear of or flats and transplanted to the time, and accomplish the same re- sheep. The bears' now are protected Blackwell's execution has nan*,

r afford to plant a cover crop this corn In Florida, fumigation to con- open when they are 4 to 6 Inches I sults as formerly.Gus by law on state game pre- Jacksonville Fuller Warren, for the week of October been 17 Bet
fall may expect a crop of vetch or trol weevils should receive the attention high. The light sandy soil so. Weeks, my neighbor recently serves. counsel for Solomon Hlggtnbotham. Johnson's for the week of IIId
winter peas to Increase corn yield of every farmer, J. R. Wat-' abundant In Florida should be enriched gave me a good Idea and one on trial with George Coursonfor 24. October
"mppp under average conditions 10 to son, entomologist with the Florida I with well rotted stable manure -
that I
am going to adopt on my Lantana-This little town, which the torture slaying of Arthur -
;' 12 bushels per acre or from 29 toO Experiment Station, explained In a decayed leaves, or other organic own farm. Gus figured that he boasts Harold S. Vanderbllt amongits Maillefert, today asked the court Gainesville Directors of
u, percent, according; to results of recent radio address. The price of matter. To stimulate quick the
could take crotalarla seeds as they winter residents, has folded up that each spectator be subjected to general extension division of ,
tests by;)'!: the Florida Experiment one bushel of corn invested in car- growth, a little regular garden fertilizer mature this fall and sow them Infields In a manner of speaking. Aftera a close inspection because of a University of Florida here MJ
t Station. bon bisulfide will protect 50 to 100 should be worked In to the which he expects to graze to long session last night the town death threat received by mall by' Florida State College for Women

f Those figures, recently announced bushels from losing one-fifth their soil a few days before the plants hogs during the fall and winter, voted to cease functioning as a municipality one of the defendants. The request I' at Tallahassee today said extea.
by J. D. Warner, assistant agronomist feeding value due to weevil damage are set or the seed sown. slon
and let the hogs root the seeds in at once because, members came soon after the Jury was seated classes will be conducted to
are the two-year aver- he stated. The same care In transplanting, I and plant them for him. It struck said, there is no, money for following two and one half day's '60/ Florida cities this year. They
"'' age of 15 different tests scatteredover First of all, he suggested placingthe cultivation, and watering as Is me as being a good Idea. carrying' on.GrovelandMrs.. i examination of veniremen. said classes have been organized
North and West Florida. corn In a clean crib which is given garden vegetables should be With In northwest Florida
crotalaria communities
There has been very little differ- free from old corn that might be given. If the plants turn yellow, I tically all over Florida growing this prac-, L. W. E. Kim- Haines City-The congregationof and that the work will be extended

ence in the yield of corn following weevil Infested. Even then, weevils a little quickly available nitrate and fields of yellow blossoms year common ball recently killed 22 possums Bryan Memorial church here to all other parts of the state with.
y, Austrian peas, hairy vetch or are likely to attack the corn will prove a good stimulant. About I along the roadsides from one with with two shots. She discov- listens to religious services from In the next three weeks. The
monantha vetch. Yields of corn since they are common many ,a handful to 10 feet of row apace l Is .end of the state to the other, there ered that possums were helping the comfortable embrace of hickory classes are conducted by an ex.
following these crops has not been weeds that in the field. If the suggested. tension
grow chickens. So
themselves to her rocking chairs Instead of teaching staff
fli will be a considerable quantity of approved by
f :,uv increased quite as much In Central corn has a long, tightly fitting Among' the plants which may be seed this winter. No doubt she secured a gun and, waiting from the straight-backed uncomfortable the heads of departments at the
4. Florida as in the northwestern part shuck it la less likely to be damaged planted now aa far north as Gaines- fields will planted to crotalaria many for the Intruders, made a bull's church pews of Puritan two state colleges

..r"' of the state. 1 by weevils.' This fact should ville are: ageratum, arctotis, ba-1 next spring. Of course, the meth- eye of two. Each possum she kill- I days Three hundred especially -

t where Fertilizer 300 pounds tests have of shown that be borne In mind In selecting seed I by's breath, blue lace flower, butterfly -I od suggested by Gus I la most ap- I ed carried 10 little possums In its built rocking chairs fill the auditorium Jacksonville Circuit Judge

Is applied superpholl-I corn.For flower, calendula, caUlopsis, plicable to fields that will be pouch. I i of the tiny house of wor- Elwyn Thomas held In a declsloa
of phate cover la per about fumigating the corn a tight candytuft, clarkia, cornflower, eve- "rested" next year. Where It is i ship, located a mile from the .cen- here that a state law allowing
the crop No other fertilizer crib Is essential to prevent the ning primrose, gaillardla, godetla, expected to plant these fields in Jacksonville Florida residents ter of Haines City. small loan companies to charge 4]

al, has average.proved profitable. On the gas fumes from escaping. If good larkspur, Ilnaria, love-in-a-mist, corn, cotton or other crop, the plan I and firms have paid 1131,007.03 to per cent interest In counties'of
t poorer sandy soils he suggested not I I protection is to be had economically lupine, mignonettte, nasturtium, might not be practicable. But the federal government under the .. Tampa-Tampa voters have approved more than 40,000 population superceded -
planting a cover without the the corn should be husked. The nlcotiana. pansy. phlox. poppy. there is a tremendous acreage Instate new tax bill since it became effective racing. Now it's up to a previous law limiting
phopshate.Mr. crop amount of carbon bisulfide to use snapdragon k, strawflower,, the which Is "rested" every June 21, Peter H. Miller, holder of track permits to say how interest charges to 25 per cent He

Warner suggested planting'I will depend on the size of the crib sweet alyssum, sweet pea, sweet,I other year, and It would\ be much collector of internal revenue here I| many tracks will operate. And ordered dismissal of usury charges
; the cover anytime In October and not on the amount of corn sultan and verbena. better to have crotalaria than has announced. The two-cent tax that 1 III a question uppermost now filed against M. S. Bealy under the
J, f when there crop is sufficient moisture In it. It the crib Is tight he pro- With a little protection moat of weeds growing on such, fields. on bank checks and a tax on safety in the minds of citizens and busi 23 percent law. Court official

," in the soil. He said that 30 to 40 posed one pound of carbon bisulfide these can be planted now In the Another way in which such a deposit boxes produced the most nessmen. Four dog tracks and one said the decision also would result
pounds of peas per acre and 25 to for each 100 cubic feet of space; northern part of the state while method will save money is by sowing -':'I revenue from this state. I horse track won approval at the In dismissal of 110 Indictments, returned
:d 30 pounds of vetch has proven thus a crib 10 feet wide, 10 feet still others can be planted further the seeds with little or nol I Dolls last Wednesday. That all recently by the Duval county
1 e'' best Mr. Warner Insisted that to high, and 10 feet deep will need south. Successive plantings may threshing The'pods can be flaileda Belle Glade-Plenty of sweetsare four of the dog tracks will not operate grand jury against Jacksonville
( Insure a good stand inoculation 10 pounds. If the crib Is not tight be made so that blooming can be few times, 'and'' then seeds, pods to be added to the diet of Inmates I appears a definite certainty. money lenders. The indictmentswere
of the seed Is desirable. He suggested more bisulfide will be needed. prolonged over a long period. and all sown.. -It seems that this of state institutions The What units will go by the board based on the old law

some material like Nitro- The bisulfide may be applied by e method would give a sufficient state prison farm near here, which stands as the moot question. -
't g n. pouring it on sacks which have distribution of the seed to pro- recently acquired land for growing Tallahassee H. H. Wells,
N been spread about over the corn, I SYRUP FARM PORM.: : : t duce a good stand next year. sugar cane, has purchased Fort Pierce Strong oppositionto chairman of the state road department -

OATS AND RYE YIELD or by putting It In shallow dishes If the seeds'' are sown thickly equipment with which It proposesto the importation of California recently said the depart-
placed about the room. If some "The Voice of Florida" enough it might even be possibleto manufacture large quantities of citrus fruit into Florida and insistence ment's new policy of using convict
BEST WHEN SOWN IN faUa on the corn it is not harm sow them this fall on land whichis syrup for use of various state institutions that the state plant board labor instead of employed labor for
? a LAST IIALF OCTOBER ful as only sulfur Is left when the A & to be planted next spring to cot- restore the previously existing maintenance work will have little

Uil l gas has evaporated. The crib Gainesville, Fla. With citruson ton and corn, and let the crotalaria quarantine as a permanent policywas effect on the unemployment situation
{ Gainesville, Fla.-Oats have con should be closed for 24 hours after Monday, ornamental talks on grow after the cotton and corn are Jacksonville The Spa da r 0 voiced by the St. Lucie County in Florida. He said the de
sistently given the best yields at the treatment and should then be Wednesday, and other valuable addresses laid by. However undoubtedlymany Contracting Corporation and Col- Growers league, at a meeting held' partment I is doing minimum main
the Florida Experiment Station left open for the gas to escape. for Florida farmers the of the seeds would sprout on company of New York, with a to consider the matter The op- tenance work now and that the
Hour
+ jH when planted in the latter half of Too long treatment will Injure the I Florida Farm will be broadcast early, and the young plants would figure slightly under $600,000 was position was based on the danger new policy will not result In the
October, according to W. E.: germination of the corn. from state radio station I be killed by cultivation. I I the low bidder for the construction 1 II of Introducing' into the Florida citrus discharge of employed laborer as
I :I WRUF at noon each day next I of 18 and half miles .of levee what little maintenance work now
Stokes, agronomist. Rye planted Carbon bisulfide Is highly Inflammable week. a field the brown rot diseases
_ l fd ? a little earlier has given best yield and should be Cocoa Arthur O. Lapham to and floodway channel In connec- said to prevalent In California. being carried on Is being done by
kept
Fulghum and such Red Rust- away from all fire. It Is also pots I Sat.Following Is the schedule: plant 25,000 gladioli bulbs on his tion with the $9.000,000 flood con-I convicts., The policy Is, he said
proof strains aa Appler and Ban- onous, as are the fumes It gives News Oct. 15 Florida Farm land west of city. trol project in the Lake Okeecho Tallahassee-Florida cities having that no free labor will be employed
and Hints.
Editorial
Farm
croft have proven the beet varieties off. bee area It was announced last munclpal light plants, lost their for future maintenance work.

_ ;'; for North and West Florida.I Fumigation now should protect Snapshots Mon Oct. Plant City ,...-. Pan-Tex Dry week. plea recently for escape from pay-
17 Citrus
_ h 3 : In variety tests Fulghum has led I the corn from much weevil damage the Trends on Cleaners opened for business at 207 ----:- ment of the one and one-half per Miami The pondering and
with about 23 bushels per acre, until spring. If the infestation ton. Ridge Fall Section-H. Q. Clay South Drane! street, east St. Petersburg .- The executive cent tax on gross revenue The musings of a member of Congress
Irrigation of Citrus K.
while the better Rust Proof Is severe a second treatmentmay F. DeBusk. committee of the Florida State' supreme court affirmed a decision apparently evoke no concern or respect -
''f1 strains have given about 18 bush be advisable In two or three Tues. Oct. Okeechobee-S. W. Coats and D Bar Association meeting here last handed down some months ago by from at least one honeybeeof
18-Control
of Peach
weeks P. BeBerry purchased sawmill of week awarded the organization's Judge E. C. Love of Quincy. up- the Redlands fruit district
: els.In the rye variety, tests Abruzzl Tree Borers-J. R. Watson. Farm I' H. T. Bass, Seventh street. I annual convention to be held January holding the constitutionality of the While Duncan U.' Fletcher, senior -
Question Box. I
and Florida Black have, proven I only, two bushels of oats or one Wed. 27-28. to St. Petersburg. The 1931 act which levied the tax. At- senator from Florida, strolled
,i; best, with Abruzzl yielding about bushel of rye should be sufficient. Ornamental, Oct. 19-Fertilizers for Arcadla-Geo. Cavas opened annual sessions will be preceeded I tack on the law was made by late yesterday about his fruit groveIn
_ ;1; ; 33 bushels and Florida Black closeto The tests show that fertilizers Values Plants-Dr. R. W.Ruprecht Cafe in building formerly occupiedby by an executive committee session Jacksonville; Bartow, Orlando, the Redlands district, a bee apparently -

14 bushels per acre. The Flora give best returns when applied In Florida of Conservationto Florida Trust and BankingCo. and the state association's semiannual Clearwater, Leesburg.Tallahassee scurrying home after a
-Carlyle Carr.
ida Black variety, a more erect late February and March. About conference, January 26 and hard day, lit squarely on the bridgeof
Thurs Oct. 20(
-Why Plant More
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27. the senator's nose-and pushed.
grower, matures about 10 days 100 pounds per acre of some than One Vegetable-W. T. Nettles Governor Doyle
I earlier, but the Abruzzl Is likely quick acting Inorganic nitrate has Soils Marlanna-Dekle building, cor- E. Carlton, in a prepared statement Despite the rapid swelling that fol-
Adapted to Truck Pro-
to Belle Glade-A miniature farm lowed Senator Fletcher submitted -
furnish more grazing. proven the most profitable. ner Lafayette and Caledonia recently said Florida wel- ,
duction-Dr. O. C. ,
it j For grazing, Mr. Stokes recommends Grazing has not materially in- Bryan. streets remodeled. from the vast Florida Evergladeswill comes winter visitors and touristsbut laughingly to photographers'requests
: Fri., Oct. 21-Experiments with be transported to the has for bi.. when he
Centuryof
picture
L sowing from two to three terferred with the yields of oats no room for job hunters I
Oats and
1 bushels of oats per acre or one to or rye when the animals were taken Rye-W. E. Stokes. Each morning at 9:45: : EST the Progress Exposition in Chicago this season. He said the questionof returned to Miami a short time

one and one half bushels of rye. off Just as. the grain began to County. of Agents Corn Demonstrate Control I I Florida Home Period will be on tne next year as a part of Florida's an annual winter season influxof ater. He had no comment to make,
Weevils
J. Lee air
-- for a 15-mtnute chat
by the exhibit.
If the crops are planted for grain tool. Smith. The Florida display commission unemployed persons seeking "an however.
J!' Home
r Demonstration Agent. announced several car- easy living and a warm climate" -

!!:',;'\:';:: ::' !::1 :t ;'THE :MAIN THING ON MAIN: STREET By L: F. Van- Zelm ''I Hall old Palatka son of Satsuma of-Clarence Mr. and who Hall Mrs.was, 13-year-George struck


In the thumb last week by a rattlesnake -
__ ily BUZZ J'M THE INQUIRING BEROQTEIZ YES' I TfciNK IT5 All MFG AYNEVEQ owes his life to
:! MY no J PON'T BELIEVE : ____ probably
FROM THE DAILY' Bun.RIGHT. PROVIDED, SWE'S SHE kttSED A GIQL gHOULDY' his sister Louise, 12 years old. The
\ MAIM STREET'Sy silk handker-
little
bound a
y POPULAR 'CI4PAPEQ. *MY fcjEno TODAY iDO 13KNOYUN I HIM FOR A ANYONE TILL SHE ESPECIALLY: IF A MAMMAS ,- I chief tightly girl around her brothe''ethumb
YOU BELIEVE : : WAS ENGAGED V SG
A GIRL DAY OR SO A A NU33TA4M MAIei and prevented' .the poison

INQUIRING REPORTER SHOULD kISS A MAN ELITTLE MS DON'T BONO 1'1E" BUT SIiE AINTNEVER YA NEVER CAN TtU.WHAT from spreading through his system.
HAOM' AM' IT ADDS SAID HOW The brother and sister were oa
FORE 1FNGAGEDr
SHE QUIZ
19
a ASKS NEW MANY' 'SHE'S!: KISSED GONNASET he discovered -
QUESTION A LITTLE SPICE TOEVENING their way to school when
j TODAY THEFOQ SINCE TEN .1 THESE DAYS the rattlesnake\ and pinning

It down with a stick, attempted -

1' 1 I to grasp, it back of the
IS"DO I head. His fingers slipped and W

+ was struck the reptile. The
GIPL SHOULD KISS A by
Palatka for
boy was brought to
., MAM BEFORE"SUE 15 I I onLY FIR! 1 p I III OH F'HEAYEN$ medical attention. the attending
ENGAGED ? I Tr1AKE9 / o physician stating that he would re

PLACE ASWCD-I ON I cover.

MAIN STREET: IN FRONT la at
Tampa Unemployment
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OF THE FIRE
HOUSE.
least one line Is due for improvement
ANSWERS ON RIGI-T' according to a ruling by the
commission'' '
decree else, ...... Hlllsborough county
?MN(. ers. Cowboys, long practically
missing from the picture In this
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fbOROTlfYD RNii. county are to stage a comba
By McManus The commissioners ruled that cattle
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be grazed In no fence territory
(GOOD .MOKN1N I't''t GOING TO / I'M NOW SUPPOSE I GAVE may In Hlllsborough county, provided J

'\ SCHOOL.BOARD. SEE: HOW ] PREPARED YOU FOUR CANARIES i EIGHT \ EIGH '- I GOT ONE AT they are herded or attended?

SMART TtXJAIE AND YOUR NEIQH((30 R \ HOW DO YOU HOME. ALREADV by enough 'cowboys to keep the
I GAVE YOU THREE r1 1 MAKE THAT cattle from straying' and causing
The
damage to farms and groves.
I CANARIES.
HOW {
W/ MIMBB)* south
r rule will to all territory
apply
I MANY BiflOS J -.- Manatee
r II of the Alafta River to the
WOULD YOUJ no-fence territory
county line, made
l'' HAVE? I" by act of the last legislature lad

M"r A revival sales of cowponles
10-gallon hats I Is expected when.
the sheriff and Interested cattw

owners work out plans to conform
with the law and the commission

ers' ruling.
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1 Frostproof,. H. Palmer, 3t,

a r opened electric contracting shop at

,' M; 242 S. Scenic highway

di1M ZephyrhUls Zephyrhllls- Sup

: eration.ply eo.'. crate mill, ready for op


'Bids will be opened October

for construction of 18.5 n1"

J--__ levee and floodway channel creeL frOJDI
I Moore Haven to Flaheatiugr'I'IJ

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-- strawberries on muck soils. Such be grown by the so-called "bar- I full; length t tt o- roots, which I Dated,, tliln JOth day of Sept A. D1J38. 'I. :
ClRNKIltl .LCTIOV" '
soils are more susceptible to frosts rel1 method. Any type of barrel Is should be spread out somewhat -O. W ALDERMAN. I I will h.. held In .....h tmuity,, 'In Flr.> 4 :

than are the higher lands even Immediately used but the heavier ones are pre fan-wise and have the soil packed 1 Clerk\ of Circuit Court,. Irln on Tu*r..lay. next succeedIng the,
(S.111'a.ttord\ County, Florida first Monday In Novtmbor, A I)
adjacent. This situation ferred. Both heads are removed firmly about their entire length. 9-JO-51-10-JS I' lllSl, the sain' Tuesday hnlii..* the

would frequently cause the loss of one-Inch holes are bored at 10 to Extremely long roots should be : KICillPH HIV OF NOVICMBEIt of
NOTION oil. ArPIIOTIO Foil for the ratification or rejection
early bloom by frost If found desirable 12 inch intervals in the sides the trimmed before %being set, so that TAX l>kr.HNotice : I. the' said Joint Resolutions proposingamendment

to the of barrel Is where wanted and they fit without doubling up, into to the Constitution of
attempt growing placed la hereby given that Hester .
Imp tnto feet tat a light unto path.-Pula 119105.: the Hint, of Vlnrlil. via
my my
; strawberries on muck soils, it It filled with fertile soil. The plantsare the holes prepared for them. Mere- 1. Thomas, hoUlxr of 1-8 of t..x' A JOINT' RESOLUTION: Proposing: to ,

AJl rUgous! teaching, doctrine or advisable to plant only lands which planted by inserting the roots ly packing the soil about the base certificate A.. 1>. IDS No.has SMI.filed 6th said 1ay. cortlflcatth of July. the Amend Cnnstltutlnn Hoctlon 6 of of 'he Article; .state 8 of nt ? I': '

;iIjurniiir3friiuii. creed.U they are to have any claim have been under cultivation for Into the soil through the bored of the plant a blow with the band my office* and mail applUatlonfor ; 1o"orl"ln"l..tln.. to County Commlasloner -

8Ln love, loyalty and devotion of the people, must be In harmony with several years. Strawberries produced holes Irrigation being furnished leaves the main part of the rootsin tax deed with to law issue", $thereon ald certificate. I In accorilanoe 11 H IT. itKHotiVRn*. RY THM rnar

Bfffiichinw of Jesus the Chrlut whose words fit into every fold and crevice on muck soils tend to be too by watering the soil at the top. : an air pocket, which causes themto ombrace the following described. I.ATI'nB OF THn STATB OF

| the hum n heart and of whom it was said la John7:46."NEVER MAMISPAKE soft for shipping but It is possible Any heavy box may be substituted : dry out unless a rain shortly after property' situated In Bradford county FLORIDA :
Of MAN." Florida, to-wlt: That .section S of Article ( of the
LIKE THIS that this tendency may be over- for the barreL By this means considerable I setting washes the soil down NRti of SKVi Section: IR Tp T S Constitution of the State of Florida.relating

of Bradford and Union counties are Invited to use this dent come by applications of potash to fruit may be produced around them.Sometimes. It. 2 t lEa.t. containing of said 40 acre property to county commissioner*, he
Pastors The assessment and
and the I I. hereby amended
for news of church activities, organizations and annonaoo, the soil prior to and during: the on a very limited .area, but the I the beds may be fair- under the said certificate issue was a* amended. same Is agreed to and shall

ta. Space freely given and no charge made-the only requirement, fruiting: period. In some instance method cannot be recommended ly moist but the surface rather In the name of unknown. hall b. b* submitted to th. elector of. 'ft

f that such Ittana react this office before Wednesday morningi on muck soils the fruit even before for commercial production. I dry. In which case the dry soil redeemed Unless ald according certificate tu law tax deed tion State nf of Representatives Florida at the general to b* *elsa$3 t 1 ,)'

they cannot be handled for current Itssua. should be aside each will issue thereon on the Slut day ol SaM! -
maturity will decay on the side In The successful setting of straw scraped as loll for approval or rejection.
1 October, A. I). MS*. ......lion 6 of Article 8, a* amended, -
his disciples rebuked those that contact with the soil. berry plants is most easily attain-I plant la set When this Is done Dated this. XSth day of Heptemhei hall read a* follows:

In the event that strawberries ed If the work Is done care should be taken not to set A. 1>. 133*. Hectlon A, Immediately upon theratirication
them. But Jesus much .
brought was O. W ALDERMAN
SUNDAY SCHOOI. displeased and said unto them, are to be grown on marl rock, these good "season", that is, when the the plant too deep In the bole thus (Seal) Clerk of Circuit Coirt.Brailfoid county cnmmlaslonern of this amendment of the ,s.veral the- ,

LESSONFOR sufficient moisture made. At all time the bud should County Florida.. shall ill-
lands should be scarified to a depthof soil contains I counties nf this state
suffer the little children to
---1 come without water not be below the surface of the I-SO-It. vide their. respective counties Into
6 to 8 inches prior to plantingand surplus being present .
unto me, and forbid them not: for five commissioner districts, to b*
heavy applications of organic and during cloudy days or late NOTICE OF APPIir\TIO> FOIl numbered, respectively t..nnne to
of such is the of God. bed.Next
kingdom
OCTOBER 16, 1032: week Sources of plants TAX IHCKI1Notloe (lviinclusive, and each district
material should be added. On such in the afternoon so that the plants .
Whosoever shall not receive tbe la. given that William slmII. be a* nearly. a* |>csell>l* equal
soils Irrigation will be needed. have some time to establish them- and fertilisers. Mahler h.rh1 er of Tax Certificate In proportion to population and
of God little
[ subject: Home and the coming kingdom as a child Since most Florida soils lose selves before being subjected to No. 154. Mh day of AUKtmt. A.I thereafter. their shall b* In each of
he shall not enter therein. ADd CLERKS AM) 1""PICr.TOn" ). 1.19.! has filed said certificate such districts' n county commissioner -
generation.I he took them up in his arms. put humus rapidly it Is good practice the hot sun. UHNUIIAI KLKCTION In my office and made applicationfor who shall t>*. elected bv the qualified .
I Golden Text: "Train up a child to grow some leguminous crop aa The plants to be set should be The Board of County Communion- tax deed to Uu thereon In nooordunr electors of said county, at the '
should and whene his hands upon them and blessed with law. Rnld a"rtltl..t"embrae.c time foil l iilaoo nf voting for othercounty
the way he go; velvet beans'or Brabham or Iron removed from the nursery beds by "n of Bradford County at thtlrm $ following described officer, and ehull hold his '
from them. ..tlnir held In Btarlc on Moodily, the I j .L
| t IB old he will not depart two or three loosening the soil about the roots property situated In Bradford county. offtc for four years: provided. howvt. .
cowpeas every years I October Irrt, appointed the followlnir \ .. .. that the county. cnmtnlsiilonvr\ ,
I t." Prov. 22:6.: or oftener and plow under. The with a potato forks.. carefully tak- fl SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST the OcnvrHl Ulortlon to to* hold at
Lesson Text: Genesis 18:17-19: ; vines should be cut up with a disk ing up the plants by band and after th. vavotal product. wllliln Bradford tint 14 'Tp 0, South Hang 12 Bust 1D13 from the even numbered ill**
trlcts' shall for two and ,'
serve year
.
heut 6:4-9.: Mark 10:13-16.: The Law of God harrow and plowed under three to removing aU the dead leaves County on Tuesday Novembor containing. a*"enient 10 a'res.'rho nt Haiti 'propertyunder thus from, the odil numbered, ellstrlcta .

| The home is the foundation of six weeks before the land Is to be and runnel'1. tying them in small 8thPrecinct: No.1. awtoyJumon the said certificate 1 I issue" was hnll serve for four year. antith..r..rr..r
1. When God brought His peopleout the terms shall .he. fouryears.
be community. the state and the planted to strawberries. During I bunches. The roots should not be noHlcr, clerk' I T T. Blackburn, II. K.Illanchard In the name of J. Homer Livingston.ilniess The duties and compensatton -
be"
of how did He repub- K>lil certificate shell rowers
iitlon. The father mother or Egypt this period It is advisable to bar- allowed( to dry out and therefore, tOri. and J B. Auitln ln p o- redeemed according to h.w. tat dee.twill of elicIt countv oomml

Lid who will not aid in making a lish His lawT row the ground -whenever neces- should be protected.. at all times IVrrlnet No.1 North B'ark1J'' limuo thereon on the 14IU day lonerH JOINT ehnll niJXOLuiION.:t;:- prescribed Pioposlnsjan by l law. fr.

tiod borne is not likely to be of "And the Lord spake unto you sary to prevent the formation of a from exposure to sun and wind. M..Norman cierk.T.,. V. Klcklltor' of Dated October this, A.19til n. day 1038.of Sept, A. D A AmeiKlniHnt I to Hectlon I and tu
Pr <] Hoott and Dr. W B. I'ark., In.proton. ,
of
out of the midst the fire: ye Beitlnn 4 of Article of thw Constitution : -
his orluntry.
to community
nch benefit crust. In setting plants by the punch "' 1833.
nt Florida Relating toM
heard the voice of the words but method it Is to have one I'reclnoln No. 9. South Btarko-.T. a w Ar.nmnMAN. .I..IIo'rv,. I enartiiientrin .
l
of Plants necessary Court "
Sotting ...al\) Clerk of Circuit .
(H
?. .
I. Peek clrrk. O ora- Younlr'V. M.tlvr
: *
saw no similitude; only ye heard a [ IT nrnot.ViQD: nv TIIR Twai: /
Proverbs says "My son heare About 10 to 14 days before the person to purch the holes, one to <> und T. N. Kendrick, In8I'.0.tor. nindCoid, County Florida r.ATHUM: OB1 TUI3! STATB OF
voice.' And He declared unto 9-l-et-10-ai.
of father and you are te be set drop the plants, and one to set .. FLORIDA :
instruction thy strawberry plants --- -- '-
1'r.rlnct No 4 nr..ham-JI'. T. Ah-
.
which He commanded ,
His covenant amendment. te
following
lonake not the law of thy mothr. furrows are laid off the proper distance them. With the trowel method but I .rn thy. clerk: I.. o. Hmlth, John NO1ICM OF KI.FCTION. Hecllott Thnt, the>V> unit> to Hmllon 4 of Article j )
to perform even ten commandmentS To the Sheriff of nr. dfor4 County, 4
you anda McKlnnoy and W T. McKvtr hi1 -
two "
a dropper of
r." apart and fertilizer is distributed are necessary of the State of Florida: V of the Colixtlttitlon lit the "Hfate ,
; and He wrote them fertilizer setter. At no time should plantsbe "pit(.torn, That I, n. A, dRAT.fltioretary Florida' be, and th* sum I I. hereby
[ borne founded on the teachings : In these furrows. The 1 Precinct No. B. Hamp'on-C. n B* It Known
shall b submitted tn
upon two tables. of stone. Deut. clerk' I.. n .1 011I F. lit.I of State nf the State atFlorida ntnvftMl to, and AI
far in advance of thesettel' ; n.*,
f Christ and the proper love and ; should be well Incorporatedwith dropped narr..r. notice that aeinxilla1. I the elottoi' of tit* Htat of Floridant '
4:12: 13. See also Neh. 9: 13, 14. I and U. W, llliame ln.i"'a- 1n hereby give the next general. election to be
children of shovel- ltl.lte1'ION
lllowshlp of parents and the soil by means a
I the moat composed of homes 2. Where are the ten command toothed: cultivator or other suitable Strawberry plants should be set tOfHHreclnct N ments recorded? In Exodus 20: Stall clerk; H. U Mlnnon U IU State of. Florida, on Tuesday ;
|here the children obey the par- tool: so that the strawberry roots so that the bud and crown are en- "Hwlndetl' and A. t. Sullivan Inapoorrnclntt succeeding th, first Monday In No ratlflcntlnn Hnctlon 1.or'1.rejection...* Huprem Couit

tAl i and are taught to obey God 2-1T. 111 no instance will be in direct con- tirely above ground while the tOrtl. vember. A. D. l11U. tha saId. Tuesday hall\ consist of .seven ((7) Justice. ,
3. How comprehensive are these whole of the root Is below No. 7. Now River-H! UCrewe. "IfKlHTIf who shall. b* elected. by the quail A
system
where parents and children tact with large quantities of fertilizer clerk: 11 A. Hupp, R. J Turner HAY OF NOVIBMBBR of at I the time
Inter their ties of comradshlp as commandments T "Fear God and at the time of planting. The ground. If set higher than this and J. J. Thomaif, Inspectors.Piectiiet For United State, Senator from and fled places elentors l of voting the slat fur member nf
keep His commandments: for this No. 8, llrookor-M, P. M,-I the Stat of Florida, for six yean I
the the roots are exposed,. causing the the IcKlKlntiue., The term of offlr' I
ell as of klndredshlp. When the bed is made directly over .
up .. March 4. 188s
theny clerk I II flabby, B. 1. from
Eccl, Justice slmll b* sin
Is the whole of of each years.
mN i and their ties are abandonthe duty man. furrow the height of the bed being plants to dry out; if set lower the Premiott and H. K. Basso Innpeo' For even ((7) ProaMenttal Eleo- Thn term of office, of the Six Juallces -

state and nation are in 12; 13. dependent upon drainage condi- buds will be covered by soil causIng torw torn In Congress. now constituting' the Supreme ,
J. UNDtcnillLL. Representative
4. What inspired tribute is paid U For Court shall not b.. affected by this
ager. lona. Another method is to makeup them to rot Under Florida Chairman Board of County <"ommliKlnnern State of Florida at large. In the amendment. Their uuceMs.om shall,
to the law of God '"The law of conditions there Is 'a greater ten- Bradford County Via.ATTM8T Boventy-fourth Congr*** ot the Unit- amint .
God's set manner
| Today's lesson begins with the beds without fertilizer h* elected In the sun
A
God Is perfect, converting the soul: I dency to set too low than too high.It : .d States.For BeoondCongreaalonal the *nm* time and place a* renulred (
rlption of Abraham's home. the plants, and make the first application O. W. ALDEHMAN, Repreaenatlv of the by the Constitution before
the testimony of the Lord la sure Is a tiresome tack to dig out Cl.lk. 10-7-U'10-IS District of the Btat .
e) three angels had Just visited of fertilizer after the I thin amendment Upon the ratification
making wise the simple. The statutes about the buds of set too of Florida In the Seventy-Fourth of this amendment, It shall b*
at his and after established plants .
|braham camp plants nave become : Congress of the United States.Fur
:AfOTICR OF SPRCMI MICTKU'SNotic. the duty of the Governor tn appoint -
toward : of the Lord are right rejoicing low consequently care should be Governor of the State of Flor
ting with him, had gone and growing well. I ; ALta : one additional Justice nf tlmSupreme 14t
the heart: the commandmentof !I. hereby given that under h Khali hold of. -
to it. method the taken that the plants are set at ida.For Court and *
lota destroy For the single row Secretary of State of the .
the Lord Is I and by virtue of that nertaln final floe from the data of iie appointment
And the Lord said Shall I hide pure. enlighteningthe beds should be 36 to 40 inches the proper depth. decree of foreclosure and aale made I Stilt of Flo..lda.For until Tuesday. after the first

m i Abraham that thing which I eye." Psa. 19: 7, 8. from middle-to middle and for the I The holes made to receive the on the \alroO'o: : ptember.z.A. I). t State' of Attorney Florida.For General of the Momlitv In January 1R15 and whose
less, by A. Ad- .shah h elected at the
*
5. What blessing does the Psalm. successor
; seeing that Abraham shall double row method 43 to 60 Inches. I plants should be deep enough and Itlna Judre of the Circuit Courtin Comptroller of the Stat. of general election In 1984 to hold of*

ely become a great and mighty est say attends the keeping ofGod's The beds are dragged and allowed wide enough to accommodate the and for Bradford (County Florida, Florida. of the Btat- of floe for a term. of nix year beginning -
For Treasurer
commandments T "Moreoverby In Chancery. In that certain suit Tuesdav. .after the first Monday
lion and all the nation. of the to settle for a few days prior to therein P" Virginia- Florida In January 19.15. and thereafter. the
them Is thy servant warned: .. -, .. 'c.'rh : For Superintendent of Publlo In- '
rOt> shall be blessed in him? For planting. a ---n-e1.--- Carolina Corporation, a uonHor of the justices of the Su-
and in keeping of them there is I corporation, I I. complainant and I.. atructlon of the State of Florida. pram flirt shall be elected at the
know him that he will com- I I Both the single and double row R Oalney and Mary J. Ualney I his For Commissioner of Agricultureof general election next preceding the
d bla children and his house- great reward. Verse 11. methods of planting are used wife are defendant, which *, stil deer the State of Florida.For expiration of their term of ..trloe
6. What did Christ state a ** appear In the offloo of the: Three Jtiatloe of the Supreme respectively In ana nf an
{old after him, and they shall keep as throughout the strawberry grow ATLAS Clerk of said Court at Starke Florida Court of the State of Florida. election: to: fill 'i..I: .*pi term of jt .

e i way of the Lord to do Jus- condition of entering life? "If thou ing areas. In Chancery Order. Hook 7, at For One Railroad Commlanlonerof .a Justice who.** term of office may
wilt enter life keep the command 115. et the undersigned aipeclal tho State of Florida. have become vacant. -
page seq
that the Lordy
Ice i and Judgment; Single row-Plants- are set 10 to Master appointed In salil For Mills Senator for Fifteenth Hectlon' 4. The. Supreme Court may ,
bring upon Abraham that ments. Matt 19: 17. 14 Inches apart in a single row The Standard Oil catiso, will offer for sale and will Senatorial District of the State of. hear, consider, And determine causes
h he hath of to him." 7. Can man of himself unaidedby ell. at publlo outcry to the highestand Florida and exercise all It.* power and juiliullctlon "-
spoken
i each bed. necessitating from II For One member nf the House of
upon '
In which .
best bidder or bidder for cash aa a single body ; t
[ With the rich living in hotels Christ keep the law "I am Tire Guaranteed Repreeentattv.s. of the State of Flor of
!:; 12,000 to 15.000: plants per acre during the legal hour of sale to- case n. majority of the "member
e apartment buildings. or the vine, ye are the branches: be depending the spacing of the wit between eleven o'clock In the ida.For 'the nourt shall constitute. H quorumfor
upon forenoon and two o'clock In the County Judge. the dispatch of business or It
that abldeth In Me and I In him I
[red for by a retinue of servants; I beds and plants. One YearS afternoon In front of the Bradford For Bherlff.For may exercise| 1 its powei ami Jurl-I
I with the poor living in tene- the same bringeth forth much Double row-In this method two 'ounty Court hous. In the City of Clerk: of the Circuit Court.For .. diction In two divisions, under such j tj '
County Assessor of Ta.*
fruit: for without me can do I Htark In said Bradford County regulation a* may b* determined by ,
lilt t bouses one room apartments ye rows of plants are set on each bed ..... ...4.. 4 Florida on Monday. the 7th day of For Tax Collector. the Court l ad cbeap rental houses our nothing. John 19:5. See also Rom. the rows being 12 to 16 inches November, A. D 131 the earn being -' For County Superintendent of ,. suit nf three member of the court ,
7! 1419. (Continued.) a legal sales day and a Rule Dayof : Public Instruction. .nd the Chief Justice who shall by
Jmerlcan home. if It often exist Is, I 10 For" County Surveyor.For .
The spaced I
apart. plants are said court the mortgaged property virtue of III. position aa Chief Jus-
fly broken up; and what in- to 14 inches apart in the row; the described. In said Hnal decree Five ounty Commissioners.For tire ha a member of ouch. division :
Frigidairethe Three Member of the County
and situate In Bradford County and the Judgment, of Hither Division
mrs> it might have Is lost. "But BAPTIST plants in the two rows; being alter- Florida described a* follows! Board of Public Instruction.For concurred I In br all the meml'or of

I the old Idea represented In these nated rather than set oppositeeach Lot Ten ((10) Block Hlxtoen (18) Justice nf the peace In and such Division shall b* the Judgmentof
is and anIsbness Sunday school at 10 a. m. A. J Ward ( Flo..hlaL (now Brooker for the following. Jutlu District, the court. The concurrence of H '
words a stability 'ltYi .
lOng other. It is advisable to usea three Florida Section Bight (8) Township ,, vl* t majority of the member of the
well worth our cul- I Thomas supt Why not come ten marker for laying off parallel year guar- I Seven (7) South Rang Twenty No. On*. court. shall h* necessary. to a ilecln.Ion .

It Is ennobling to renter minutes earlier so as to always (Id) East No. Two. and Judgment of the court :
jvttlng the and to make
lines for rows use anted electric refrigerator The same being sold to satisfy No. Bight whether the court I I. sitting In tw.
that the welfare and good open the school at ten promptlyTWorship of some method or tool for spacIng .aid decree. For Constable In .and for the fol division or when acting. a* a single

)>put of our family are In our at 11 a. m. Sermon by the plants In the row. The n. B. KNIOIIT. I lowing No. One.Justice Districts, vis : body.
10-7-H-11-4. all Involving
Special Master All i capital cases, case
Dds. It Is not good for man to the pastor. Subject. "Means. ot : number of plants required per No Two. the determination of .state

alone In his thoughs Ideals Promoting Christianity." to : ,"""TIoJ.I.'" IIAI.H No Eight or federal constitutional question
Is from 15,000 29,000. .
.
: acre In
Testimony Whereof 1 have hereunto

.
NOTTCB I I.* hereby given that under and inch other cases a* may he dlrciteil -
d I plans or In his actual person. Evening worship at 7:30.: The distance apart that plants and by virtue of a final decreeof set my hand and affixed the by the court shall be determ

ones that look ahead along God'sI S are set will depend upon the fertility For sale bySmith's foreclosure mad and renderedby Oreat Heal' of the Stat of Florida, iie.1, by the .court acting aa a slnsl
PRESBYTERIANServices the Honorable A. V. long, at TallahaxM, the Capital!, this the) body. A
I are the homes that endure In of the soil and the time of of the Circuit Court of the first day of (,September!: A. Z>. U3I. The Chief .rustic. shall preside

.- 'OU'.' "V.,'.." __A _Dft"" "t1ed .,.. planting. If the soil is fertile the dicial Circuit of Florida In .IUd..I' (SHAL H. A. allAY, over each Division and over the I
; t: Sunday October 16, as Alachua County In Chancery, Secretary of Btat. court noting a* a single body and
of thethinga be avoid- plants may be spaced closer together ing the absenceof the "" To Iton W. J. Kpperinm. Hherlff, when the Chief Justice I I..* dlsauall-

la family life Is pride, vainglory.blUon. ,. follows: as such a soil will supportmore Service A. Z. Adklns. .fudge of the 8-0.tt.U-Bradford.. County> tarke. Fto."JOTICW fled or I* absent or I* disabled fromany
10 a. m. Sunday school. T. S. Judicial Circuit, from said 2Hth Judicial cause the Justice' oldest In point
in : :
Joseph' dreams plants per acre. When set Circuit dated September. 27, --- of service present and qualified I
lUch he saw himself so far up- Williams acting supt. early in the season the Individual 182, In that certain cans therein OF ElECtION hall preside. over the entire court
11 worship sermon lately the Federal Whereas, tn* legulatur of lOllunder I and ench division thereof until the
a. m. Morning ,
Station
led above his brothers and even plants will attain a larger size: than I.nd : 1.lnf Columbia Plaintiff, the constitution of 1AS6 01 disability of the Chief Justice I I.
father and his mother, were by the pastor. Special music. when planted late and should, and Ueneral Jasper Scarborough the State. of Florida did pass two removed.The .
Violin solo by Miss Courtmanch and wife' Willie I M Scarborough Joint Revolution proponing amendment vote cast. In compliance with
thing more than the dim fore1lowlngs therefore be spaced farther apart.As Stanley Moore and wife, Mrs. Stanley : to the constitution of the aid proposed amendment, and the
& of what was to come, vocal. solo by Mr. Kenly. a novelty or where space .Is Stance, Pla. Moor, and The International state. nf Florida and the same were canvass, declaration and ....tu..n.th..r..t. *
Id and In childish 6.30: p. m. Christian Endeavor. Company, a Florida corporation, defendant :frrl"to ty a vote three-fifths shall b* *ubj. cted to thesame
openly frankly not available for the regular sys- ,member
Bullen. .. *, the undersigned who was ) elected to each regulation and restriction a*
ence; but it was the height ofprudence Leader, Miss Beatrice tems of planting strawberries may therein appointed a.* Special Master house: that the vote on saul Joint are provided by law for general I
to tell them none the 7:30: p. m. Evening worship service In Chancery to execute the same, Resolutions. were entered upon their elections In the> stste, nf Florida.
will the respective Journals, with the yeas IN TKSTIMONMY WHEREOF I
on Monday 7th day of No- -
of and
song sermon. OVER WORkaNERVESv:::-- vember, 1933. during the legal hour. and nay thereon and they did d*. \ I have hereunto set
A real family should have a rec- Prayer meeting Wednesday at of ale, before the Court Mouse termln. and direct that the said any hand) and afflxd!' the A
,. 'GATOR "GEYSER" r door. In Starke, 1o'Iorl"1\ to the Joint lnliitlnn be submitted to. rlreat Heal of the Stat' of
led head, "honored.. the fam- 7:30: p. m.A highest and beat bidder, for cash, the elector of the state at tile General (SEAL) Florida at Tallahassee,
l guide and the fam- cordial invitation to all our the following described lands, situate Election In November I91t the Capital this the 1st
obeyed as extended to all.STRAWBERBY lying and being In Bradford NOW THr<::IINFOIt.:. I. U A. Oray. day of August A. T>. 19JJ.
i leader-not as a tryant. but services County Florida, to-wlti: E.. r..try of *tat* of the State oi R. .A.. GRAY,
the toe law of loving wisdom S The fcvi of the NWli and Florida, do. hereby give notice that l--14t-ll-4 Secretary of Btat*.
NW'4 of the NB'4, and the N'4 ------ -- -- ,
leif sacrifice. the 8WVJ\ of the NJa' all of th.1 r
The second part of our lesson' PRODUCTIONBy SWy. of the NK'/ lying West of -8 ifl !
public road known aa Htarfce
IpOken by Moses. Just before. A. N. Brooks J. R. Watson Sanderson. .road all In Bee. 17, Tp.H.

death In rehearsing the laws I and Harold Mowry R 22 I!. containing' 140 acre, I Summertime Warmth

.
more or lees Hald land being
etI -
by God to the Israelites: further described. as Lots I. S. 8. 4. _
0 Israel The Lord our God and I of Florence. B. Canova' Sub* I *\

lIIIe Lord; And thou shalt love I.I.tar. Rolls [[>.lvl 22"ton East.In N* of "Hectlon' 17. Tp. C 8It on the Coldest: Winter Day 1 &

Lord thy God with all thy In Florida the soils best adapted with. the appurtenance II.... sale t
_
and with all tny soul. and to strawberry culture appear tc to b* mad pursuant tn said decree 44I
!II to satisfy the earn and cost. New Price $*> O5O what this Cole- _
Ml thy might. And these be the darker colored grades oi n. K. PBRHTMAN, THATS '

di. which I command thee this flatwoods soils underlaid with clay,, As. Special Master In Chancery NOW ONLY jL< = Radiant Heater I1
LAYTON CJ I I
1. shall be In thin heart: And marl, or compact sand, although Solicitors for hAY.Complainants 'p- -.- brings you I It produces a _

r"" ihalt teach them diligently with proper treatment other types '--30-6t-10-l. generous flood of powerful _

.t? thy children and shalt talk of soil can be made to produce OTKH OF ,.....A.. IllUCttHfiFi I I IHlxty A-- -- penetrating radiant heat that L 'l A(

them when thou slttest in thine good fruit Most of the present day after late hereof on'' warms you through and m I

and when thou walkest by acreage Is located on soils of the UP TO your ear faworkerery 1132.0-wlt I, the the undersigned Znth day of November. /S through. It's a"hot number i'' '

Way and when nerve at high tension. tor of the Kstat of for cold. ," 4'ti'
thou nest down, Scranton series. Adml"l..tr.-1 -: rooms
Ne wonder you snap at the wife deceased, will present
when thou rlsest up. And The qualities of soil necessaryfor aad !bark at the children. md flail account aa such .Admini-j' : The Coleman Heater ._____
"halt bind them for a sign successful growing of strawberries Watch eutl Overworked rator. to th* Honorable Oeo.: A. =-=-- .aa-a.; Hfl
thine (lardhier.. County Judge. In and fork I makes and burns It aowngua. ,
_
hand, and they shall are: (1) coherence without BJMTM may lead to Sleeplea** Bradford County Florida and ask '

J1 frontlets between thine eyes. becoming too compact (2) fairly Mes, Nervous Headache" ttarvo (or his approval of same and my ,. i It is portable you t1.- -

thou shall write them upon high organic matter or humus content Indigestion and a bos* ., Ixharre This. 10th a*day such of Administrator.Heptmbar. ml. can carry and use it anywhere __

Oats of thy house and on (3)) slightly acid reaction ether unpleasant dfotarbancM. MILLER K JOHNS, Instant Starting .
Etea" sufficient but not excessive Way I yea try Dr. MflesfBfferrescMt '-10-t-ll-2a. Admlnletrator. t' uw- ,, juat scratch a match and f
((4)) I
4 Nervta TabletS -4.
literal compliance with those soil moisture and ((9)) adequate f Just MM in a half glass efwater OTICB Of "PPIoIC"T.OIOf II'ORTAX turn a valve.' Thermo- ij
would today soil meet- DEED tt4oJeI 5A Safety Generator controls I 2 1.
cause much Any
t In com- degree of fertility. makes a pleasant, sparkx Notice: I to hereby that toy ,
American houses, but Ing these requirements either naturally I BBC drink delightfully soothing S. Blehdp. holder ..flv.n. certificate fuel flow automatically! : .. I 1 A

t It Jews obeyed them. In I or; artlfically by means of I. to ov -taud: nerves.Or. No.has 83I tiled l). 7th Said day certificate of July. A.In U.my'mo'of.Vic45 ColernanRadiantHeater prevents fl0OdJfl t : _

sa Welt ., In letter the drainage irrigation plowing under KD. Nervia Is BOWMde and mad application. for tax
Handsome in
had great and good In- I of leguminous crops, or the .hi two form*-IJqtdd awl deed to issue thereon In accordancewith appearance. I
S in the I Effervescent Tablet. Both kr law. Said certificate embrace* Richly finished. A! _
h, Hebrew lIomes._ :application of fertilizers will grow the same seething .e.$. the following described property .lt_
third part, ot lesson ateJ in Bradford County, Florida !
our strawberries.The
$1." at year' drag star I I II
Influence
j m the Hebrew lighter sandy soils need Irrigation JOHNNY FOUNTAIN "S'H of NW of BWU Section Id I

and the plowing under of OM" IS'! Township t South Rang 20 Ka.t I
lb. third I They call him the "Gator"Geyser"because containing II acres.Tb. SEE YOUR LOCAL '
_
DEALE21
Christ.part ot our lesson leguminous crops to Increase their he spouts plenty of good (' Iff) 17ft't: )G 1ztNER"'INE- a ****m.a( of said property
treatment of chUhctne besides applications of Florida {j Oder the said certificate issued wa
content football for the University THE
COLEMAN
organic LAMP
AND STOVE COMPANY _
the I tn the name of A. M William. .
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j 9 + PAGE EIGHT IULADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH: STARJOB.! VLOftlDA FRIDAY OCTOBER u.I .

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An advertisement In the Saturday that's one or the

;' Bradford County Telegraph r- SKINNING HIM ALIVE. Evening Post last week gaveus of It, is a blamed other sight'better and pro

a severe case of Jitters. Per-, ten than the so-ca1\ed\ C

;i dr Established 1877FLORIDAPRESS haps you noticed It. At top of the I who is NOTHIN' at aU, Amerlc
and ,
dol
page was a scene pastoral love care a hang. He's the

MEM. BET linesa a man kissing a girl tenderly -! must eventually reach If one \
and with reserve befitting an to solve the problems w. h 0
th
ASSOCIATION 6 advertisement in the Post. They front us. Party pOlitics BlldCc
''t vlif '4r' 'VOTE FOR were standing by a treesurrounded : Utica ballyhoo don't faze him ,

Vr" 1932 () lake and underneath was something the sharp sting of the b
, ever I
al lncree
{ ? or other about "he kissed f ln* tax burden will\

-- -- NddtwQhcz .eotlda .... F aAJflOS) EVELT' GMWifJAVE her under the elms" but what'' and when he joins the turn line the In trt rr,

: made our teeth chatter was when of the box office, ballot III I
?y, we got to the bottom and found LOOK OUT.Anyhow b fill
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class U=IILTZVI I. out that it was a coffin advertise:

8 Post>> Office at Starke Florida
Matter! at the ment I I dropped; Into R.
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Evans'
place
and asked
t ; Owner and Publisher> UP WITH THE NEWSI I Bozo \t)
E. S. Matthews AGllT I mind-reading: dog who( would I

+, J. C. Robinson .___ .______ _n____..__-_ Managing Editor 11 know that-I should read the er's elected picture president.and he I rolled held up HO '


SUBSCRIPTION RATE ( ;% \r-\\\ ii NORMALCY( vR But often news I become confused* ; played Roosevelt dead,and then he I turned showed eve lbl'1\1',''

rt Yearly $1.50; Six Months\ 75c-Payable in Advance The more I read the less I seem somersaults and darn near bar,:

Advertising Rates on Application to know I his head off. If you ask lI1e ht
._?__ I G 1 Does France owe us or we owe a smart dog.From '
{ 3 P .oFR 1A 1Aq France i -0---_

e Democratic Presidential Electors' Did cotton drop or steel advance? 000 ... .. UI
I comprehension must
guess my
I Group No. 1-Hugh C. Sparkman be slow. I 1 Other PensSebring

Group No. 2-W. B. Lanier '" ,11 l \ And Hoover, did the disagree '
h M. Dorman .,rrlVA pl With B E. F. or R. F C.? I
::4 Group No. 3-George
r11tA / I just can't seem to get those let- American has prop ;;
W. I
Group No. 4-Williard Ayres y /
ters hep. the first law for the next lejfc!!
Group No 5-William Fairbanks Its hopeless; Soon as I peruse, ture to consider-that against tal

;; Group No. 6-Herbert William Fisher ., And straighten out the morning, dldatea using boyhood picture I
I their
news advertisements.
i 'rl Group No. 7-G. T. McClellanFor I I % I rl 4i' I find the evening paper on the I Telegraph. Now that the- Star primer! .
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Governor-Dave Sholtz Is
step over we don't mind saying u

For United States Senator-Duncan U. Fletcher --0- If we were some of the candid

Congresaman-at-Large. J. Sears we'd sue certain papers for prii
n; For "jg Ing some of the pictures of

For Comptroller, M. Lee. t ( boo Late we've seen.-Bronson Journal.

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Civilization does progress. A lot of overworked adjectives (90 Classify j admit It, Hoover Is carrying t

are going to get a nice long rest if movie magnates his four-year-old promise of a f
I By RUSSELL KAY dinner pail-of free flour.
l \ The
in de- .o.1 go<
carry out their announced decision to use superlatives Secretary: Florida; Prep Au c,," eminent Is treating 'em all alll

n scribing a production only when they are merited. t ; ; both Democrats. and Republics

j 0-- By A, K. Taylor For State Democratic Executive Committee I this country Isn't weak minded white and black-and nil you ha

It certainly won't be the faultof to do Is to swear that you a
g. According to the Tallahassee Democrat, Dave Sholtz in .. -. i a lot of trick publicity hounds, I Ii broke, busted, out of a job n

there last week described the past three Republican I for I see where last week was af- ,I starving to death.-Starke Te
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speech
;,; a FIRST!! STRAWBERRIES purchase the postage in Ocala,1 1 fectlonately dedicated "National' graph. Yes, and further a con

,. ;' administrations as follows: "During the Harding adminis- from which'',point the direct mall Foot Health" week, and right now I tlon of receiving that flour Is t th

tration we had FAITH; during the Coolidge administrationwe Lively argument has risen as to) advertising Is addressed and mailed i Maybe You'veHeard wo seem to be In the midst of what :,I it must be "given" to the starve

who the first out to the public. other has entitled not paid to them In considered
had HOPE, and now in the Hoover administration we have grew strawberry In ] some
r Florida By strict interpretation of the It But 'National Dog nitwit for labor or/anything like that

CHARITY. First a doctor at Homeland postal regulations, the postage I other words Hoover is fine on
I, 0- claimed he grew thorn back In 1880 really should be paid at the point ''i I Personally I don't get the distinction I trlbutlng charity, but short

for home use. from whlch'the advertising matteris I I between foot week and dog i finding Jobs for folks who wo
j Our hat battered though it Is, goes off to Senator Fletcher. Now a Bradford county man mailed, 'as that Is the office Wouldn't It be simple If we were : week, unless in one case we are I prefer to work and earn their ca

News dispatches say that he submitted to the requestsof comes forward to state he grew which bas to handle it and should O. O. McIntyre and could fill up a supposed to worry about our own Hoover would make paupers of

Miami photographers for his picture after being stung on some back in 1882, three years be- get credit for it In Its budget allowance column by telling you that we like dogs,.and In the other fret around I of us, while most of us would p;
for the Homeland doctor. which la based on postal biscuits toasted for breakfast, and about everybody's dog. But with I Ii fer a chance to win by work

the bridge of his nose by a bee. We haven't seen the photo- Who Is next with a claim to the receipts. think that Guy Lombardo has the i dog days:! in August It looks to me 'I for a decent living.-Bronaon Jo

,+ +' graphs, but we imagine that a swollen nose must play havoc first strawberries In Florida? Let's Mr. Davis third proposition Is to smoothest orchestra and Burns and like we were paying too much at- naL

settle the argument once and for pay small 'accounts of, say less Allen are the funniest team over tention to the subject, ringin' 'em -oAt -
senatorial
with dignity
{ all.-Wauchula Advocate.We than a dollar, in stamps in all cases the air; and that we look the third In again so soon, why so doggone this time, It might be rot!

0- do not desire to take part In where the stamps will be accepted,, time at almost any girl with a long much dog all of a sudden 7 eating to reprint a prophecy ma

this "first strawberry" discussion, both in and out of town. While bob; and are pained rather than by Herbert Hoover on August

,, Much grumbling has been heard locally about the de- but it Is very likely that when this will not increase the local use amused by Joe E. Brown's big There was a time when we only 1929. As recalled by Democrnl

cision of the University of Florida to not broadcast its football the: Creator finished the Job of of stamps, he figures that when a mouth; and whether we like Mar- I had three weeks to worry about, keynoter, Mr. Hoover, at that tu

merchant gets more stamps than lene Deitrlch or Greta Garbo best last this and next. Then Elinor campaigning for president, 811
games this season. The Gainesville Sun explains that a laying out the world, He looked I I
over the whole thing and decided he can use himself he can pay some depends entirely upon which one Glyn came along and handed us "One of the oldest and perhaps
''yl rule of the Southern Conference of which the University is
tHat the best place in Florida to of his out-of-town accounts with we saw last; and that we'd much "Three Weeks" all in a lump and noblest of human aspirations

i, a .member, prohibits it. If so, this is a bad rule.and should drop a strawberry seed was In the them, as suggested Toy Mr. Davis' rather take a shower; not for created a lot of excitement since I i I been the abolition of poverty.

first proposition. getting that "The Fountain: is a then weeks have become an I poverty I mean the grinding
ba changed. Many ardent football fans] goth their first dose Plant City district. Anyway pet
swell book or Is "swell" the word?; obsession with lot of folks and I under-nourishment, cold and I if
strawberries seem to do their beat -+--0WOMEN' a I
5' ot: the fever over the radio. Then too that intangible something -. and that ,
S In Plant City and vicinity-and it DRIVERS SAFER we stopped reading Jlggs while the calendar is supposed to ranee and fear of old age of th

called "good-will" will not be Increased toward the Uni- has been said that, In the original THAN MEN and Maggy over a year ago; and- limit us to fifty-two, they've gone I i I who have the will to work. We

versity if it becomes selfish with its games.o scheme of things, various kinds of but what's the use, we aren't an on ahead until now we got about I America today are nearer the fii
plants and shrubs were put where O. O. so we might as well get two hundred and fifty. No won- triumph over poverty than ever I
-- If you want to start something down to work. lu
they would produce best results- der there is a demand for a revised fore In the history of any
The Tampa Times says that G. T. Whitfield, clerk of the Plant City Enterprise. In any kind of a gathering ask calendar. But for my part The poorhouse Is vanishing fr
this "Are safe
3r + supreme court states a saving of $9,080 per annum will be There should be a way of settling motor question car drivers: ?" women Wonder if the school board really I'm gettln' too weak to even try among us. We have not yet rea<
this thing. Why not let the objects to the teachers dancing. to figure out what week It Is. ed the goal but given a chance
effected if the constitutional amendment providing for an The statisticians point out that of I
Literary Digest conduct a straw No one seems to know, some say go forward with the policies .
;, additional supreme court justice is ratified. That would be ballot> on who grows the sweetest there are two at least In 3 operators the United to "yes" and some say "I should say And the end Is not yet, I met a I last eight yars, we shall soon W
berries Plant every cars not!" Jackson county authorities fellow from Wauchula the other the help of God be In sight of t
j true under conditions existing today. It will not be true under City or Bradford? States, and there were 22,347,800
4 I[barred their teachers from dances day who told me they were flxln'to day when poverty will be banlsf
a. ', conditions existing after November. a passenger automobiles registered not long ago, and what the Atlanta announce National Frog Leg i from this nation There Is

1 The Times continues : "In his figuring Clerk Whitfield IF THERE'S A WILLA In the United States In 1931. That Constitution didn't call them Week, now If that wouldn't be the I guaranty against poverty equala ]
means that, there something '
are for doing so--all sorts of names! of somethln what Job for every man. That Is
figures the cost of a justices of the supreme court against the man in Ocala has devised at Uke 33,500,000 operators. Surveys height or other of the policies
the heck would? Imagine, one primary purpose
'cost of the present commissioners of the supreme court plan that he thinks will save the made in many cities and estimates In that little whole week,seven long days and advocate.-Ocftla Banner.o .
of the Federal authorities Indicate reproducing gem
post office there from back
going I _
which latter is $19,200 per annum. To figure that way is into the second class. If the people that women constitute approximately of Invective, "To Delinquent Sub- nights when one hundred and I -----

S S: misleading, because the commissioners go out of existence in of the town respond favorably. The I 23: per cent of the total scribers," which appeared In these twenty million people are supposedto ilowlera"Howlers" recent scien
do but think, talk, eat from
November-no matter what happens to the amendment adding Starke post office is suffering with number of these drivers. columns recently the Plant City sell nothing and boost FROG-LEGS? examination papers.ln the Uni
Enterprise credited It rather buy,
The National Bureau of Casualtyand
the same ailment, declining receipts Cambria
to the supreme court's personnel."The and unless business Survey Underwriters which vaguely to "a New York Newspaper But at that it's a lot more sane slty Correspondent,

inescapable arithmetical fact is that if the seventh in October' November and picks December up strives constantly to persuade motorists -I ," In rising to bow we are and sensible than most of the crazy ,England: substance obta
forced to the conclusion that the weeks we've had wished on us In An Alkah Is a
added the of that court will will back into the to reduce driving accidentsas
supreme court justice is expense go third ed by boiling Arabs in spot.
the last few
the
clipper on Enterprise, running years.I
class the first of the Here one of the means of reducing
be increased $10,120 per annum. As matters now stand, $19- year. I hastily through his exchanges, con- Arsenal is a kind of poison
'Is the plan as explained by the automobile Insurance rates, con- line wb
commissioners-is fused the with the Sun- never thought rd reach the A curve Is a straight
200 per annum-the cost of the due to be 'Ocala Star: ducted a survey on the subject. Telegraph
S edition of the New York point where I'd hop up on my has been bent.
day
saved. I George L. A. Davis, proprietorof Their results were checked with est d
"quod
similar made oth- Times. Incidentally Delinquent Hind legs and call on my fellow Q. E. D. means
investigations by
the
Davis Book and Office Sup
"This is time for creating new constitutional officials hands and perandum."
; no thus obtained Subscribers" appeared in citizens to all Join stagea
has er agencies. Figures ?
ply company, a plan wherebythe Way
S and new salaries, even if giving it an additional justice would business men can keep the show that of the 1,281,400 drivers the Telegraph back In 1877. nation-wide observance of some What Is the Milky

c expedite the work of the supreme court-which it will not, Ocala post office from going back involved in accidents In 1931, special WEEK, but I guess such rye way Rain you water feed infants.coming into con
to make a
Walter Wlnchell (whafc wouldwe got as much right
to second class the first of the women numbered 97,800 or 7.63 will g
<-, under the set-up outlined In the constitutional... amendment to year. Mr. Davis'suggests first that per cent. There were 2,460 women do without that guy) says thata demand as anyone else so I advo- with a round or oval. tin
friend of his tells the of cate a National Pain In the Neck I rise to mosquitoes.When
be voted non-fatal story
S upon. all merchants who receive consign- in fatal and .9 ,340 in Is smelled,
the clunk who Week. Certainly, the worm has a a bad smell
J once approached
ments of accidents4} ? and
n-- goods coming by parcel
legs
observance of traffic rules Wilde' at 'a party and said: "So.you're right to turn, and If we can havea smell act on the B"
Jacksonville and other large cities in the state have been post pay that amount charged and regulatlons'WOO1en also standout Oscar Wilde, the man who war to end war, why can't we muscles force the legs to
them for postage, as shown on the
observing fire prevention week. Why not a fire preventionyear : Invoice, In stamps purchased at the Full statistics are unavailable is never stuck for a witty retort have a week to end weeks? away A polygon quickly.Is a man with III

? Of course in a town as small as ours fires do not I Ocala post office. but reports from a dozen large\i no matter the subject? Til wager I than one wife, but an English"
I I No, rm not surprised, really
I cities show'that women constitute you fifty guineas can give you a "*
For instance, the merchant receives *
x come often but in a year's time the damage amounts to more I a parcel post shipment from only about 2.33 per cent of those subject you can't make any non- expected It. What I said the oth- Is not allowed to be a poly for

than would be suspected and it is! an expense that could be Jacksonville which is itemized on who have to "tell It to the judge"The sense about! er day about not bein' able to un- his wife brings him up
I Oscar covered the bet and then derstand why folks took their'po- -0--
I other side Insists that softhearted -
4 prevented. the invoice and amounts to $5 with Start
traffic officers give her the'said: "Very welL What's the sub- lltleal affiliations so seriously, got A New B
23 cents added for postage. Then morning
ai Here are a few facts about fire: benefit of doubt and show ject?" me another nice love letter, from I will start anew this
according to Mr. Davis' plan, the every creed;
: During 1931 fire destroyed approximately 10,000 lives. Ocala merchant would mail the mercy where there Is no doubt at "The queen!I" replied the fellow a guy who claims that he's an old a higher, fairer to stand comp
t will
line Democrat, always has been cease
I yt Nearly one-third of these were children under ten Jacksonville wholesaler his check all Admitting that feminine wiles seriously. neighbor'SI \
yearsof of ruthless
"The quipped Wilde, 'Is and always will be and he's proud my '
for )5: and enclose 23 cents in pos- do count In some Instances it still queen. repining amy
sit
> age. !" of It. Well why not, rm not ask- will cease to
no subject
In favor of the
leaves
a margin
tage stamps. Thus, since the local is clear;
call
) Two-thirds of the total were burned to death in homes. merchant has to pay the postageon woman. In' anybody to hang their head In duty's moment Wand bJJ:
Did know that Starke is sit shame. I will waste no f
Traffic officers Inspectors Insurance you BO""
The total economic loss was 464633265. his shipment anyway he might heart shall know
commissioners, police I uated on a hill? Well, we had never my BW
about
In order to visualize these facts compare them with the credit as well for give It, Mr.the Davis Ocala suggests.Mr. post office. chiefs, magistrates and others In noticed it either until the car All rm worried about Is the fact I will look sometimes that merit prde

following: Davis second: proposition is a position to know, were circular- In which six of us were returningfrom that some of us are so blamed the things hidden bye
for
the In Gainesville Tuesday busy beln' this or that we lose I will search
;" The annual fire bill is about equal'to 75 per cent of the for local dealers and agencies to ised on the question "Are women fight the of real objective the that elude the grumbler'sin
out of sight our
safe drivers T" In replies received night ran gas on
the here all
purchase post&ge on I contenm
interest on our national debt. 77.8 cent considered wom- other side of the creek bridge. welfare of our country. It's like I I will try to find
direct mail matter sent them by per tread:
'' The new excise and miscellaneous taxes recently imposed the companies they represent I an a more careful driver than the Nothing remained to do but pushIt a lot of folks that get so workedup paths that I must have re*""
I Into and It went along and excited about being Baptists I will cease to
? on us will produce, in a year, very little more than the an- which at present Is being attached man; 11.1 tought she exercised at town to what bad or Methodists or somethln' when another moves ah n
fine until
we came
least as much driving care as a '
the before sent j to
by companies being
nual fire bill. all about 'I will not be swayed
I here for distribution. The local man and 11.1 considered the always before appeared' to be a they Just pure forget strength u S

j..; Over 80 per cent of all fires are easily preventable.Fire agency gets a bulk shipment of woman as careless in handling a slight rise In the ground. However, bein' CHRISTIANS. ''I will my rival's not deny his nlerlt. bUt

i! is the great destroyer-not only of lives and circulars or direct mall ms.tter.wlththe we are now willing to call It a real my'I '
prop car.Men man-sized hill But'seein' bow I seem to be get strive to prove sp
; erty, but of employment business opportunities, community I local agency's name printed on still prefer to think of I I tin all bawled out and backlashedwith will try to see the be:Utl. ..
It, but the postage has been at- women as the helpless sex. They ram or '
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l and industrial progress. Of every hundred industrial establishments tached by the company at the point' like to dismiss them with; "Well And Speak-of the fight- this here political back and before me,to preach yob
forth rd better not start I t will cease
showed maybe
burned in the last five years, 43 were not rebuilt. of origin before'sending It out to what can you expect of a woman Bradford county brawn up the ma be more concernedmine.
and into
local Forsyth draggin' religion argu
the agency.Mr. driver?" But !In face of the annual well Both men
The waste was complete and absolute. Davis believes/that;' Inasmuch automobile accidents records Reynolds, won their fights. Tuesday ment. -select

The conquest of fire is simply the conquest of public as the local 'agency' Is many believe that conditions would night made Forsyth's one hun- -' o -

ignorance laxness and indifference. Each of us owes the community charged with postage as well as Improve If some husbands were to dred and nineteenth battle without But after all It Isn't the dyed- Winter Garden-W'o JADI '.
the Old
behind the steerIng having been knocked to the can- in-the-wool Republican or ro
climb out from -
the printing of Its name on the circulars I bulldlllr
55 t, a duty-to eliminate the hazards on our property.Ye the agency should Insist on wheel and let their wives do vas for a single count. What a Line Democrat that we need to occupying new

cannot afford the "luxury" of fire. the privilege of being allowed to the driving., record! worry so much about the guy,I Boyd street.



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