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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 21, 1932
Publication Date: 1888-
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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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Setting Here Hoke Smith Leads Howey Courthouse Will SpeakAt llereJYedn'esday Cotton Boll WormIn Sholtz Again Pledges nr )


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II Body of VeteransTo North Florida

Reach 2,800 Acres W. J. ; '
'.: Howey. Republican nomi- State Tax .
nee for Governor, will personally Reduction J : .

See President"Shown bring his campaign into Bradford Infestation Is Light <,I I. .IT ,

County Wednesday afternoon,
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Grower Report Says when he will speak at the courthouse \

at 1 o'clock p. m. In Wednesday ]

ficer Says Every, Telling Courtesy of, hoover Field Of- Mr. Howey wjll be Introduced by I Found In Gin Trash at High Speech ,

Interview> Dr. Ceo. H. Lowry, and will continue -!( Spring anil Lake City, Cornmliwtloner -

2,000 Berry Plants his attack on the platform of Say ..I'W ,((11.

\Weather-Favorable I Stolen Monday Night Smith A few, Bradford bold veterans- led! by Hoke nee.Dave Sholts, the Democratic nomi- The pink boll-worm, scourge to J.MLEE Many Attend Rally 1 J r ;:; ;: _

county man recently -
Weather From Farm Near This will be :Mr. second cotton has been found In North _
Scarcity, of Plants and Dry Here elected national field officerof Howeys > 1"/1'..
Florida, ....
to t
according Issued ,
a
visit to Bradford report I \
May Cut Down Crop County duringthe Denounce "Frill And '
the B. FooUtthFancier"
E. F., walked right up by Eugene it: I 1 'r.",
| In South Florida Theft of strawberry plants, common to the White House Thursday oi present. campaign. He met) gia's commissioner Talmadge of Geor In Public School System : ni'. ______

In South Florida had Its first last week and formally censured voters here several Weeks ago but who is agriculture, ,v :'m. iaI -Lra Also Speaks ''I 'i ,

Strawberry setting* In Bradford Introduction into Bradford County; President Hoover for his eviction did not speak at" the time. take action asking to the protect government that state to --b 1.t' !\ I!, :"f,' ,\ _____

have reached 2,800 acres, Monday night when unknown I Renewing made ____
county parties from Washington of the veteranslast from Invasion of the pest. pledges here> ".iy _

according to figures compiled by dug up and made away with July.A Bradford Delegates during the primary, Dave Sholtx '1"4 I i 4 '.:-,
the Florida Grower, and will likely 2000 plants from the farm of Brack United Talmadge sold a federal Inspector Democratic nominee for Governor '

reach 3,000 acres before the first Prevatt; three mile south of town. Press dispatch from' Attend Convention found one pupa of the worm spoke Wednesday afternoon before "i"it I ";,, I (," _
I
Washington
of November If favorable weather I Mr. Prevatt notified county off!- Captain Smith says and! that whether in gin trash at High Springs, P1*., a crowd that filled the court room \". ( ..)' ]If_ _
his
conditions of the past few days cers as soon as the theft was dls comrades on October l'and a week -teter and gathered around the loud-- ''jt1 I ttI' \ ilj _
covered and bloodhounds "presented the petition to the Four delegate's from the Brad- found a larvae in gin trash at Lake i /,
continue. were obtained -: President" speaking apparatus situated In the. ;11 Ii, ;
or whether it
wentthrough
Dry weather, that had held up from the State Prison Farm. ford County Chapter of AmericanRed City. Lake City is approximately & street below. .. __

settings for the past few weeks, The dogs were set on the trail of this case,"customary Gen.'Frank channels"Mines direc-(in Cross attended the regional 60 miles from the Georgia line. : _ "My only duty as Governor of ,, :( J}',}i _

, wag broken Saturday by rains that the thieves, but lost it after a few tor of the Veterans' Bureau) depends conference held In St. Augustine Three or four days ago, Tal the State of Florida will be to work .,j. 4'\ ___ _

continued steadily through Sun- miles when it reached the railroad upon your Interpretation of Tuesday, and heard William .Carl madge wrote, Federal Inspectors for the Interests of the common r"J\\ __
The showers followed tracks. The thieves had Hunt, assistant manager of the found ten larvae and four In /
were evidently
day. the scene that was enacted In the I pupae people, Mr. Sholts said.< "I am i,. :ft .(
by clouded skies; and gave farmer entered a car at this point and the White House. Eastern Area* discuss many prob- a one acre tract ten miles north of 41 not going Into office to build up a \ !&JJ, _
of this section the long-awaited chase had to be abandoned. lems that have been confronting High Springs, In Columbia county. t",1" ,
Walter powerful political machine for : ,
Newton, 'one of Mr.Hoover's my. r. (
i'I ,opportunity for setting out plants. v secretaries, stressed the the organization. Fla., which adjoins Georgia. t _self or for anyone else. I am Interested j"". ,: oW _
A million dollar has been Mr. Hunt emphasized the need He said 'Federal authorities ad- '
crop fact that the handedto only in reducing taxes so f ;
petition was L (
I for Bradford county's goal this Work On for the rallying of 'every local force vised Georgia that under the plant '
let Project Hines and said "It was Impossible that the people of the State can .t. I ,,'_ _
year and. with an average yield for the White House'or the, to cope with rUef problems and quarantine act of 1912, the states I'' live decently and keen from losing 1' ,,:, .r.
should be real- warned against the indiscriminate are prohibited from action -
from 3,000 acres it President to receive taking i their homes."
a petition of '.

Ized without Grower difficulty.The discussing. the Shows Progress censure against" the office of the that seeking: since of! governmental outside help.funds He said had particular in establishing Insect quarantine after the Federal on any I I I Dwnoeratlo nominee. for Conii; Mr. Sholts spoke at some length I

President. He added that had at here on what he termed
"frills
been available.for relief throughthe government has established I roller ;who spoke| rally and fool ,
itrawberry outlook in other sections the petition arrived mall It one ish fancies".
by Reconstruction Finance Wednemlay afternoon. in the public schools
Corporation
and that
anywhere
of the state, says that scarcity would have been referred to Hines, his state Is of the State. He had been _
of plants and dry weather may 480 Men Apply For Work First' and"called It "a fortunate coincidence there seemed to be a ten- helpless to protect Its borders.He he said, that this warned -t : __
loaded
to too topic was ,
dency rely much these.
on wrote
that the state entomologist -
cut Florida.the acreage somewhat in South Day-Organization Announced of Council that General Hines was with He said the Idea of President Hoover "informs me that he has Busy Meet Held with dynamite, but said that the 1 _

Increased Income the President" when Captain Smith in making' these funds available f been In constant touch with Lee A. time had come to call a. spade *. &j
arrived. '
Materially increased Income to .Alligator Creek had been was that they be; used a "backlog," Strong, chief of the Federal Bureau spade.

the state from fall and winter_; up for a distance of one opened mile Addressed Severe Censure to supplement local activities and of Plant Quarantine, and has ,",BCity; Council "I want the money to go Into the I1
to Mr. Hoover the
,.. petition used only In dire need. He been pockets of the teachers-
truck crops is Indicated in the when workmen laid down their pointed urging Strong since the first Instead of _

Grower's report following the re-:,shovels Thursday afternoon. Work "We concluded: out that the habits of dependency finding of the pink boll worm in being wasted," the. Democratic _
the assembled
representatives
of vegetable shipmentsfrom built up now must be lived Florida to place a quarantine to W. E. Thornton Ko-Elnrtal NightMarshalSiwersi nominee said. "Business efficiency
nimptlon began Monday morning, as scheduled -
: of the B. E. F., do hereby severely with in the months and to is as In the _
Florida. during the first half with twenty-five men picked years prohibit the movement of cotton Change necessary public school

if f the current month. Last sea- from the 480 who were at the administration censure you and those of come, next winter and the winter and cottonseed which might carry .Made In Licelisef' system as It Is In running the gov-
your who took partIn after. He urged that care the boll ernment of the State. I believe in
ion these products were valued at scene of the project early in the every pink worm Into this state. -
the means used In the forceful be taken to prevent indiscriminate"handouts" Newell Given OpinionDr. The City Council of the City of a good, sound education for every' .
30000000. morning to for .
approximately apply jobs.A eviction of the B. E. F., from the to the girl' and boy, but much that I Is __ __ __
Acreages have ben enlarged on starting point was taken a undeserving.After Wllmon Newell, head of the Starke, Florida, met In adjourned costIng -

moat vegetables In #tomparlson'with ;"short distance west of the bridge on 29 district, 1932."of Columbia on July 28- governmental funds are exhausted Florida State Plant Board, in a 'session Tuesday night, October 18, money In the schools today fat

193132. It was found. While] Road 13, and a canal ten feet wideis Despite those rather tart words each Community must statement Issued Saturday, said with the following members present unnecetisary. We are 'spending a- _________
!the movement so far has been I being dug toward the septic seemed to be again assume all responsibility, he the board was aware of the discovery -) G. W. Alderman, chairman: fortune on our school system, and

hardly heavy enough to establish tank. The banks of the canal are President everybody friendly. warned. .. I of the pink boll worm in O. L. Beasley' T. N. Kendrick W. I see no reason why the teachers ;
Hoover was attending I Flour and cloth distributionswere Florida but that no announcementhad :M. Edwards, P. M. Barefoot. should not be paid and oald ,
prices, excellent returns were reported being cleared ten feet on each side. the cornerstone of the Supreme -
laying "
of the discussed. Mr. Hunt said been made because the matter Reduction of bond of Carl promptly. 11
on several early shipment The work has progressed faster Court Johns
when Smith
economic building flour had been given out too fast was entirely In the hands of the clerk discussed In Lean than fifty cents on the dollar
Improved con- than was expected, W. A. Colley, and his companions arrived at the was regard to fJ ; ,
he believed. He again stressed Federal authorities who made the of money that Is spent In the r'
ditions are believed to forecast foreman, said Thursday morning. White House. reducing same. Action won de.
For hour Smith
an that the basis of need be considered
public schools
even better demand for the products I The worst part of the project is conferred with Newton. It find.He ferred until next regular council goes for teacbers'.alarles 4j

than existed last season. being done now; after the creek Is generally believed Mr. Hoover was and all appeals carefully investi- 'said he was sure the Federal meeting on account of not havingthe Mr. Sholtz said. '
gated, in order that stocks be
Picking packing and transportation opened up to the tank It will not be would not see the veterans, since may Department of Agriculture new city ordinances at hand. Studied Economies' ) -
kept In reserve for those who real-
of the current production In much trouble to get the water would take prompt setps and Much of his time this
J.
he had refused to do so once before. ly need and should have help. M. Edwards present city engineer summer .
truck crops will employ many per- flowing on In to Rowell Lake. But when the President got back to Plans for the Roll Call that will stamp out the pest as has been asked( to be maintained as wall spent In studying economlo : ,
ions who have been out of workfor Under the direction of G. M. In- done In other portions of the cotton
measures
being out
the White House, Smith and his begin Nov. 1 were also discussed. such. O. L. Beasley made motion tarried by governors
several months. Estimates of man work on projects has begun group were ushered In. In the I J. L. Peek has been appointed belt, where eradication measures that he be maintained as city en- in different states in the tP
the Florida Grower place the number In five communities near Starke. have been used. east and Mr. Sholtz laid
meantime Hines appeared. The B. chairman for this work In Brad- gineer. Same was accepted and that he
at 10,000 against l ,OOO similarly Lawtey Is putting men to work on I "The eradication method used by now feels to
E. F., leaders conferred with Mr. ford county and 300 members has seconded by T. N. Kendrick, and qualified carry out to-
engaged in the citrus Indus- mosquito control, Hampton Is also Hoover about two minutes. been set as the goal. the Federal authorities, said Dr. motion was carried. the last degree his program of tax

try. Home supplies of labor are working on this problem. The unemployed "We were received by the Pre l- Attending the meeting In St. Newell "la such that causes no Inconvenience Committee from Woman's Club reduction promised here during the

ample in all parts of the territory at Graham Brooker and den and shown every courtesy," Augustine were: :Mrs. N. D. Wainwright or loss to the cotton appeared before city council In regard -: primary. He still favors the elimination j9 4 'e,
It Is stated. New River are engaged in Improv- farmers and they would be able to I of boards
Smith said when he came out. Rev. W. F. Jones, :Mrs. to water for pool at Woman's unnecessary and
First Deans Move ing public highways.To Another member of the party Frank Hoover and Dr. Ov P. Ray- go ahead raising cotton as usual. Club. Miss Pearl Jordan, acting as ommlaslons; ; the reduction of automobile -

The first carload of fall beans I carry on the relief work quoted Mr. Hoover as greeting mond. No business losses would accrue. chairman, presented the cost of ; licenses; free schoolbooks 7

left the state on the last day of throughout the county the follow- them with: a- "In view"of the extremely- light maintaining the pool and also Its ; and he opposes the use of

September. Initial shipment from ing organization has been made: "My friends, I am glad\ to see Names Are Selected Infestation, he continued, "I see added attractiveness to the club. convict labor on roads. The free) :: '

the Everglades moved one week Starke Social Service Committee ,''no need for any quarantine, to be O. L. Beasley made a motion that man should be given every possible

ago. Cucumbers started to go two : Mrs. W. E. Mlddleton. Mrs. N. For Grand Jury Duty established and if such Is proposed letter be written to city bond trustees chance to earn B living the Democratic / ,l

days later. Including other vege-] T. Rltch Mrs. J. L. Simmons. Courson ConvictedIn 'i f by Georgia or any other state I recommending them to furnish nominee said.

tables, the movement has been Lawtey Social Service Committee The fall term of circuit court I shall certainly represent the state water for said pool. Motion was Mr. Sholta again pointed out

around half a dozen cars for several : Mrs. W. E. Torode, Mrs. D. W. Convict's Death will convene here Monday, Nov. board at any hearing for the pur- seconded by P. :M. Barefoot and It that he la not a member of any

days and heavy gains are an- Moore, Mrs. Charles Dlnklns. 7th. The following;' names have I pose and" protest any quarantine was carried.Mr. political machine and has no d4I

ticipated for the rest of the month. Hampton Social Service Committee George W Courson, former ac- been drawn to serve on the grand action. : Hartmann asked the extendIng strings attached to him by any f i _
Federal the Miss Ada Nimmo, Mrs. Lu- and petit juries: Florida raises less cotton than
crop estimators put : ting captain of the Sunbeam prison I I of water line to his place be railroad, power company or any

autumn plantings of beans at ciatf Johns, Mrs. P. B. Hunt amp Saturday afternoon was W. H. Griffin, J. W. Lewis, Ira any other Southern state. Ten I I considered as there were several other corporation. "My only obligation _

about the same figure as last year,,' Brooker Social Service Committee convicted of manslaughter by a circuit W. Andreu. Leonard U. Murrhee, West Florida counties produce people along the line that would Is to the 175,000 people
*ben Mrs. H. J. Brown. Mrs. M. .1. M. Brownies, J. c. Hoover C. most of the staple in this state. _
raised. : water and
be
13,000 acres were court jury In Jacksonville In r use thereby profitable who put me here, he said, "and no ,,
Again the Everglades section will P. Matheny Mrs. O. B. Colson.A connection with the death on June B. Pltzer. A. L. Green, O. W. The last report of the Federal Crop to city. Matter was referredto mall clique of politicians will be
furnish County Council composed of Rharae, Robert L. Parker, E. Bureau shows that Florida to date I I the street
over two-thirds of the 3 last of Arthur (Jersey) Mallle- committee for investigation. allowed to work against the Interests
"eage.. Local authorities estimate fifteen leading citizens. fert convict. Strickland. C. B. Hayes. B. G. Dyal, I has ginned 10,853 bales of cotton of the common people."

more liberally on. the total Work Project Committee: Chair- 22yearold N. Wynn. E. A, Sapp. .1. E. Nor- compared with 32,893 bales ginned Bond for R. .1. Davis newly appointed -I 6
who
Solomon Hlgglnbotham. man, R. R. Prevatt,,N. a year ago at this time. Mr. Sholta spoke In behalf of the
area sown to beans In that region. men: A. A.Durden. H. P. Galney Sternberg bond trustee was approved 4 it
was a guard at the camp when E. S. Red E. J. King C. L. At- :. Commercial cotton plantings are other Democratic nominees, saying
I pp Tabbage Back L. H. Hill .1. M. Mitchell F. F. by council. Motion that same be _
Coming' Maillefert died and who was Indicted not that the entire ticket should be _
made much further
south than
kinson, E. M. Karen Ira Wilson,
Stump, and their assistants. approved by T. N Kendrick. The
Cabbage seems to be coming
jointly with Courson for first W. J. High Springs and Central and voted for from President to con- _
Stafford L. Crews. Goodge,
back in the Budget Comlmttee: J. M. Mitchell motion was seconded by O. L.
Florida to
according degree murder was found not South Florida raise table, because "the Democratloparty : _ _
B. J. Alderman, George W. Ches- no commercialcrop.
Florida Grower Latlear's F. F. Stump, L. H. Hill, O. B. Beasley and It was carried. In the
survey. one that believe
guilty. party
ser A. M. Lewis, F. O. Peterson.
A. A. Durden. Adjustment of licenses was discussed -
acreage of 5,600 will be- increased Colson of his In the
Maillefert at the time .. greatest good for the 'I'eat.
1. D. Peele, W. C. Crosby, K. L.Grlffis e & _
Dr. W. E. Middleton is chairmanof at length and It was agreedby
to 6,500: this winter, it ap- under est number of .
death was a nine-year sentence : M. Panama City-Dr. J. M. Whit- people. ti
pears. the council H. C. Wall, vice- R. Alvarez Berry E. the council that some of them
Farmers at Sanford are
from Volusla county as the,I field and D. S. Frailer, owners of Lee fc
reported as shifting from celery to chairman and O. M. Inman, execu- Router W. H. Hall, O. H. Bennett. be reduced. The following were reduced Speaks
to a
of
result pleading guilty I Whitefield-Fraser Hospital, erectIng -
J. M. Lee Democratic
tive lIecretar '. : nomineefor
cabbage, and around Bunnell and ) charge of having robbed a Daytona a new hospital on adjoining
... you. property -
comptroller was also
for laundries situated
"" -- -- ---- Agents present
"tings some will grow cabbage Beach filling station. On the afternoon Demand site.
ClothingHines present
lnatead Causes outside of Bradford county, $ .oo. and addressed the crowd that had ir: I Igathered
of Reckless Driving
potatoes. of June 3 he Is said to have said he would be glad togo in
The fall crop of cucumbers Is believed escaped, naked from a 50-pound over details of the petition withB. I Bread or other articles enumer- the courthouse If
Accident Here SundayAn elected
Young Democrats Mr. Lee said that fee
to I < ated or referred to therein, any would
about last
equal that of barrel. In which be was placed the E. F.. leaders. Besides censuring -
season i in extent-1,500 acres. Celery He the Finish person firm or corporation desir- join hands with Dave Sholtz In ; :
morning before. was recaptured Mr. Hoover, document demanded Organizing
plantings automobile driven by Hubert Ing to engage In the business of working for a "new deal." An ex- '
to be small-
promise that afternoon and upon his return :
." In the Varnes of Avon Park smashed bringing bread cigars, tobacco amination1 of his legislative record A
Sanford belt but may be to camp his ankles were. 1-That the government immedIately a. C. Wall, chairman of the
head-on into a light sedan driven would show that he had
bottle drinks of consistently ,
"fc'ged In Manatee and Sarasota placed In 17-pound stock with a Issue to the B. E. V proper Bradford County League of Young _
wntles. by Mrs. Jessie Mae Blakely near : any nature except produce raisedin voted against all bills for tax
.
Everglades production chain around his neck. was placed clothing. Democrats r
this week announced
*w the corner of Call and Walnut Bradford and the Increases the candidate for '
will increase. county, by per comp ,, j _
in the camp's 'sweat box. Some 2-That the organization be the following organization for the troller
: streets Sunday'afternnoon. sons the for Into said. r-ft
offering same sale. -
uv gplant has be n putout more time later his body was found loaned sufficient cots blankets and society; (
Witnesses to the accident say the City of Starke and offeringthe :Mr. Lee warned his hearersagainst
raiiy
than a year ago- stlte. dangling by the chain from the other equipment to make Its members County Vice-Chairman, D. A.
that Mrs. Blakely was 'Pulling out same for sale In the whispering campaign .
manner
give 1,200 acres against 850.r1 : "sweat box" rafters and the defense comfortable this winter. Uontletb, 8tark.. Win.County any .
of in front of the that Is being carried
the a parking place by automobile truck or any other on against i
current Hernando staged around the suicide 3 That food or a cash ration of
crop was : VIce-Chalrman, Leila S. _
!County Bank of Starke when the car conveyance from any place outside Franklin D. Roosevelt. "It Is beIng '
has 350 acres, Hardee 200. theory. not less than 19 cents a day per Mundy, Starke, Fla. _
"* arid driven by Varnes made sweeping of the city shall pay, each per- said that Roosevelt, because ha
I
Orange 150 each. went to trial October be to the veterans.
The case on man granted District No. 1, Chairman, DavidW. Is is
street crippled
romatoes right turn Into Call getting son. $19.00. physically unfit to
also show a big gain 3. and it was two days and Later Smith conferred for an Moore Lawte'y, Fla. I
0 side of the I serve his '*
fall over on the wrong Laundries, located outside of country as President f
,. free1 plantings-.-.to 2,000 acres street. a half before a jury of 12 men was hour with General Hines and to- District No. 2, Chairman, Eugene Bradford Mr. Lee said "but I have come to
I 1.230. Dade with 500 leads. finally accepted. The state presented night the B. E. F., officer Issued Matthews/ Starke, Fla. county soliciting business 4
the
tiem Romeo Varnes brother of the within the city limits, $19.00. conclusion that the country f
lOo foUowed Lee 400, Broward 18 witnesses, six of them a statement saying the receptionof District No. 3, Chairman W..C.
Collier driver. suffered a badly bruised Opticians non-resident or traveling would be better off If Its President!
&nil convicts. The defense for Courson of by. the President
Manatee. 100 each. group Manning Starke Fla.
,
L5ttU0 face when the force of the impact $15.00. were unable to run up and down
and scarole. offered 33 witnesses, including 10 proved the organization was not District
show dosed threw him into the windshield No. 4, Chairman R. S. Optometrist non-resident or the banks of the ,Rapldan River, '
acre.ie. convicts and Courson himself took "the 'criminal group' that
Fall was so Wasdln. Graham Fla.
h& peppers "
,
made or nonbreakable glass. Noneof traveling. $15.00.Pressing fishing: every week-end.
1 1.300.droPpec1., troM '1,8:10 acres to the other occupants of the cars the stand in his own behalf. Counsel I viciously attacked by the attorney District.No. 5, Chairman H. V. clubs works I Mr. Sholta was Introduced to hU '
dye or
1e Jdoet"ot' th" reduction has for Hlgglnbotham offered no ,general during tile middle of "'eptember" Saxon Hampton. Fla. audience '
In was injured.Hubert team cleaners non-resident, $10.- by Congressman ,R. :'A.
Manatee county.: Varnes was fined ten dollars direct witnesses except that Hlg I I and that the severe censure District No. 6V Chairman Burt Green, who said that he predicted: t1 _ _

by bbage plantmts are' reported glnbotham late Thursday afternoon mentioned In the resolution Hlnaon., Tberessa, Fla. 00.Discussion _
uI and costs in City Court Monday of truck driver and ninety-eight percent of the vote in
Ier federal estimators as heav- took the stand in his own behalf.In presented to Central Hines "was District No 7. Chairman EthanA.
reckless driving.duced Bradford and Union
morning for helper of City of Starke In refer- counties wouldgo
L.. :: last :year In CalIfornia, the Friday morning rebuttal the directed at :Mr. Hoover, the individual Sapp, New River Fla. to Motion to the Democratic nominee. Mr. -
one salary. made
and Tezu. in Texas which also has state offered four witnesses, all civilians. and not at the Chief Executive District No. 8, Chairman 3. C. was Lee was Introduced
CoL
Cncusiber "' by: J. L.,.
acreage baa been re- .fewer acres of beans coming on. of the country." HarriS, Brooker Fla. (Continued ;;page 4.) Frazee.p .

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I'' I| She was born In Bradford count;; I I Be ye not heart broken -

.; Padgett, Mrs. F. W. Reynolds and I teaching school at Maxvllle, Bpent Mr. and Mrs J. L. Underbill oPine near Lake Butler'and has been almost For no trouble nor harm

Mrs. E. J. Murrhee, all were business 'the week-end at ner home here, Level, and Mrs. Alice Olive: SAXTONMiss a life-long resident of this does she know. nor pain

visitors in Starke Saturday.Mrs. Walter Lee of Wlldwood spec were visiting at H. M. McRae'iMonday !. county. On January 8, 1872 ahe< I I Her troubles are all

Cor. R. M. Johnson and daughters Sunday here the guest of relative night. Viola Tyler Cor. was married to Mr. Frank Andrews white, as pure M washed
A. Rocler. Newton Starke was snow
Mra. P. Rev. J. E. of
Ellen and Madge, were visit- Farmers here are busy Betting and to this union 'were bon There In glory the Angels

Leslie McClellan ing Mrs. E. J. Yarborough and plants. A large acreage is being transacting business in this sec Mr. Bob Baton and Mr. George five children, four,- of whom survive .onlng t0 receive are her beck:
., Mr. and Mrs. set In strawberries. tion Tuesday.Mr. ., III
e r family of Waldo, Thursday.BROOKER Mr. II. D. Ty her. glory
wltt Rivera were visiting
find his slater spent Sunday and Mrs. :Bv M. McRae have
B. E. Rosier and mother. a little daghter in their home. The ler Tuesday. I I She leaves to mourn her death, And preparing a place for thy

.111 Cohen Peels was a visitor tc young lady arrived last Monday.BOATDRAIN Mlsa Gean Tyler was vlsitini her beloved husband, Mr. Frank coming;

dr, Cedar Key Wednesday. GARDEN CITY e Miss Dorothy Swanbom Saturday Andrews, her four sisters, Mrs. It Is true we will miSS you mother-

r. Earnle Register spent a few day Miss Lois Starling of Garden) Walker, of Perry; Mrs. Aswell, dear,

,' herewith his brother, Caulle Register. MlM Vern Oa.er l Cow.Mrs. Miss Lois Starling, Cor. City, attended Saxton church Friday .- I Bronson; Mrs. Bethay, Bell; tw But we hope to meet you in

i%' night. I brothers, Mr. Nathan Roberta, De glory.

"h''' T Mrs. Cohen Peele was visiting C. M. Andreu Mrs. W, C. Woolen and motheof Miss Cherry Harrell, Cor. Elbert Tyler was visiting Jay; Land; Mr. George Roberts, Belle; Card of Thanks

'' her mother, Mrs. Ury Reddish Funeral services for Mrs C. M. Lawtey, called on Mrs. E. E. and Lloyd Bryant of Double Run I,four children, Mr. G. W. Andrews, We wish to

Wednesday.J. Andreu were held at Dedan church Burney Thursday afternoon. Saturday. New River; Mr. Frank Andrews, express our heart
Oriffls felt thanks
Math and
: Frank Crewe which of Law Death of Mr. Raymond Bryant was a visitor Mr. S. V. Andrews, gratitude to
J. Q. Rosier and Thursday October 13, after Mrs. Emma Dickerson Jacksonville; those who C
were visitors to Starke Saturday. she was laid to rest in Dedan cem- tey was visiting Mrs. Abbie Waters On Tuesday afternoon, October In our section Wednesday Sr., of Morris ton; and Mr. Rob An the recent were so kind to us (
Redding her 11, Mr. Matthew G. Griff! age Miss Viola Tyler was the guest seventeei Ing sickness and death
Mr. and Mrs. Bryant etery. She leaves to mourn last week. drews, of Ft. Myers;
of dear
li wife
farm,, ot, 75/ died at his home near Starke. of was the guest of Mrs. Olle Rivers our mother mnd.
,
b.. t and daughter, of the state death six children: Mrs. Clarence Lois Starling was the guest grandchildren, and six great grand mother and sister
H.. Mr. Grlffls was a member of the Thursday afternoon.Mr. I and we especial!
were visiting his mother, Mrs. Newsome, and Mrs. Blanche Duck Miss Hazel Futch Thursday afternoon children.
Church. Sam Finley was a visitor ly wish to thank Dr. Middleton of
Mrs. Fay Kingsley Lake Baptist became a member
Mrs. Andrews
F. Redding Sunday. worth of St. Petersburg; I Starke and
Mrs.
ri t } Evans, of North Carolina; Michael Miss Della Lee, Bessie Mae, and Interment took place Thursday here Friday. of the New River Baptist church I Dekle of Lake
afternoon In the Kingsley Lake Misses Annie and Eva Bell of i Butler for their never tiring labor
Sumner and Harvey Andreu, of Dozier Thomas and Lois Starling at an early age and has been a
1 Jacksonville; three sisters and four attended prayer meeting at Ine;: cemetery, Rev. R. E. Blanchard of Double Run were visiting Dorothy member ever since. She was among And for the beautiful floral of.

', HIGHLAND brother, Mr. G. W. Baxter, of Hor- Kedsey's Saturday night. the Lawtey Baptist church. having Swanbom Saturday morning.Mrs. I the oldest members of the church feringa which cover the mound

'y5 I Mrs. Frank Blotm, Cor. tense, Ga.; Mr. S. W. Baxter, of Mrs. Thornton and Nancy Star!- charge. W. R. Swanbom was visitIng and has been a devoted Christian where our dear one sleeps.

: Tampa; J. D. Baxter, of Brooker; Ing were the guests of Mrs. Waters) Mr. Griffls Is survived by five Mrs. H. D. Tyler Tuesday throughout her life, and was an The Andrews FamilyTIIERESSd

'lf'r W. W. Baxter, of Jacksonville; Sunday. sons, Mr. Z. Z. Grlffls Mr. Eugene Mrs.. George Rivers and daughter ardent worker in the church, her --
: H. C. Wimberly, C. M. Crlf- Griffla Mr. Joe Griffis, Mr. Sidney : Thelma, were the guests of
,
; Mrs. Mrs.. a. E. Klrshmer, of Lakeland; Mr. Film Starling was the guest never tiring hand was always
".. fls and F. M. Crews attended the Mrs. L. R. Galney and Mrs. A. J. of Miss Bessie :Mae Thomas Sunday Criffis and Mr. Albert Griffla. all Mrs. B. Waldron Monday. ready to do something for her
l f a at Maxvllle Friday.C. of Starke three daughters, Mrs. Mr. W. A. Tyler attended to
gip association ;
; : lnholster, of Brooker, besides a afternoon.Mr. church and community, which she
,. C. A. Frlngle of Lawtey was vis- host of other relatives and friends. Theodore James of Jacksonville Emma Boree of Jaoksonville; Mrs. Business in Jacksonville Sunday. loved so dearly. Ml.. IIholla :7rUI, ('.,..
this section Sunday.L. Green of Miami, and Mrs. Mr. J. A. Tyler la visiting his
"'(, sting In! was the guest of Lois StarlIng Johnnie Mrs. Andrews wall widely known
A. Marr of Sanderson spent Lizzie Lee o1? Starke; twenty-three tick daughter, Mrs. W. M. Norman I
P. T. A. MeetsThe Sunday.Mr. throughout this section of the The wedding of Mr. Clyde Hersey
here with his brother, three great-gr.nd- ot Waverly, where he will stay for
: ? i' Wednesday Brooker P. T. A. met In Brady Collins was the guest grandchildren; state and was loved by all who and Miss Geneva Alford was sol

a J. T. Marr.M. regular monthly session on the afternoon sf Miss Della Lee Thomas Sunday children. The grave was surround some time. knew her. She will be greatly I,emnized at the Baptist church here
and Frank, flowers. D. is sick at thlavrltingi.
Crews sons, ed beautiful Mrs. H. Tyler
L. tiy
October 12. ifternoon. 1 many church with her
of Wednesday, missed in her Saturday night by the bride's
% L. Jr. of the state crowd that at- We she will soon re-
hope
and M. ,
+ Herbert There was a large
rela- An unusually large number of patrons Mr. Dozier Thomas called on many activities and more BO in the grandfather, Mr. T. J. Alford. The

farm, spent Sunday here with were present and quite a Lois Starling Saturday afternoon. tended his funeraL over; ommunity as a whole where her church was beautifully decorated

t l tives. visited bit of business was disposed of. In Pallbearers were: Mr. Oscar An- bright and happy face was always with an assortment of cut flowers
Rowe of Lawtey, Mr. Horace May, Mr. Ellis
Claude the absence of the president, Mrs. dreu, ready to cheer someone in need. and fern. The bride was very attractively
1 friends In this section Thursday Blanche Baxter, conducted the LITTLE SPRINGS Sullivan, Mr. Halle, Mr. E. W. RAIFORDRed i We should not grieve the loss dressed in pale blue flat

: u aJr i night. of Mrs. My Hayes and Mr. Guldens. all know she has
Jacksonville meeting. The room 3l her because we repe with accessories to match.
Mrs. Bessie Starling of her ers (third and fourth grades) \Vlllle Mae Newsome, Cor. Kerce Cor. treasures laid up in heaven. Although She carried a large bouquet of

spent Monday here with again won the banner for the Miss Cherry Harrell spent Sun- we cannot bring her backto white roses. Mr. and Mrs. Hersey

sister Mrs. Gladys Wilkinson. highest percentage of parents pres day afternoon with Mae and Mel- Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Mann and us we can .surely go meet her lave a host of friends who wish
.
.. '., M. L. Crews and F. M. Crews rendered by Miss Willie Mae Newsome was ba Prevatt.We 'vhere and love forever reign, them much
Baldwin ent. A program was at ion, Hoyte, of Lake Butler were peace happiness.
and Mrs.
.11' business trip to married last Saturday morning are glad that Mr.!
i a made a the school children as follows: here last Thursday. and the sting of death Is known no :Mrs O. A. Thrower and son
> o'clock to Mr. James McDonald, have moved to our settle-
I, : Sunday morning. Primary songs, pupils of the 1st Bryant Mr. and Mra. Wilbert Mann,, of nore. Glenn, Mr and Mrs. C. B Varnes
and Mrs. Frank Bloss, who if Miami. They are taking their! ment. We welcome them here.
r
Mr. grade; October, Flora Edwards; Lake Butler, visited his grandmother The funeral services were held md small son, Mr. and Mrs. L. J.
of this section Oklahoma. crowd from
In
residents a large
have been School activities during September honeymoon There was Mrs. Matilda Ritch Sunday Friday afternoon at the New Moon and children and Mr Kooxi'hrower
several months, moved to Mr. and Mrs. Owen Carter were here that attended the funeral of
for Nona Groover; Ships of Columbus afternoon. er; Baptist church by her pastor RIV-I all of Jacksonville were
i' 1 Brooker Wednesday.Mr the dinner guests of Miss Debbie Mr. Math Grlffia at Kingsley lake
J. W. Kelley; Old Gram Prof. R. D. Altman, Mr. Ernest nany years, Rev. S. S. visiting Mrs. Thrower's sister, Mra.
be
will great afternoon.
I and Mrs. Bloss ] pus, son, Estelle Mott, Myrtice Phillips Sunday. in Lit last Thursday Hewitt, Miss Doris Moore, Miss lAke Butler, who was assisted by J. J. Zeigler and family Sunday.
communty. Alvarez was a few nights
I missed in the Miss Mary Eliza Harrell spent
f ly Crosby, Odessa Kelly; If, by Rud- Aicllle Edwards, Miss Gertrude Rev. Butler. I. Mrs. O. A. Thrower and Mrs
) Mlsse section Thursday eve. her sister, Mrs.
Wimberly, week with
C. tie of this
f H. Springs
:Mrs. licks yard Kipling, Annie Belle Ward;; I Horne, and Mrs. Walter Whitten The choir composed of Mrs. A. C. B. Varnes and son, Carl of

",,? Beth: Wimberly and Ethel An exercise for Hallowe'en, second I Inlng.I Mrs Callie Gainey., were in Gainesville Friday attendIng C. Strickland of Lake Butler, and Facksonvllle, are visiting Mr and
relativesIn that
to .
i And C. M.Sunday.Griffls visited grade; "Mary Had a Little Cold," I H.We S. are Norman sorry has been say ill for a the teachers meeting. Misses Lena Belle and Cleo Sheptrd ill's. J. J. Zeigler and family thIs

Starke visitor song, eighth grade girls; Hallowe'en Mr. and Mrs. Levy Alvarez of of Starke and Rev. Butler softly veek.
business
ti Rafuse was a lumber of days.
J. F.
Hazen ZIFF here for a few of her favorite
is Coming Winfred ; at Heilbronn acksonvllle, are sang some
school
to Jacksonville Saturday. I Products of Switzerland, Victor The Sunday lays as guests of his mother. lymns.. She was laid to rest beneath \O'rrt'ie OF "PI'I.I1'IOFOR
i l. of Green Cove church Is putting on a program FOil 1'\\
Mrs. T. J. Knight Guitar selections, Earl Ml.* !._!. MHO Lewis. Cor.A Wilbur Sapp, son of Mr. and a profusion of beautiful floral -
Is teaching for Miss Flora I Thorp; )October 80th at 10 o'clock. Every- Nolle Is hereby given' Hint V R.
r, I '1 Springs, Green. Ira. G. C. Sapp returned to his 1 offerings which ,were given to ''erjruaon, hrMder of part tax cer-
: XJonoIy 'Ja the Highland school this. ipdy Is Invited. large crowd enjoyed a dance home here Sunday, after being In how a last tribute of respect.. She Iflcat No. Z27. 6th day of AuiruKt.l. .
.
cerlln'at.In *
flied Bald
Mrs. C. L. Carter weren 1> 1929. has
week. After rendered by the Mr. and given at the home of Mr, and Mrs. hospital In DeLand for some vaa laid to rest In the New River my office. and made application'
a '
H. Prescott and Max Carter were program business in Starke Saturday.Mr. K H. Howard Friday night.Mr. emetery.The tor tax dd to Issue thereon In RC-
: Juniors at B. Y. P. U. Sunday Mrs. Owen Carter were Ime. ordance with law. Said coitlflrHi' .
transacting business In Jackson- 'night, October 9, a reelection of officers and In Jacksonville J. W. Lewis and son, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Proctor of pallbearers were: Messrs. ..mbrmea the following! dxcrltitilTopfTty .

ville Thursday. held in'which the following visiting her parents Purvis Lewla of Jacksonville, spent Lake, Butler, were here last Sat- Arthur Alvarez of Jacksonville; J. situated In Bradford conn-
was 'towitNWye
Strawberry growers in this section Thursday evening.DOUBLE of last week at Hines- frienda. of New River A. B. and ty, Florida 33. Tp
,I. were elected: President, L. several days rday calling on 'L. Johns, ; of 8W14 of NRV4 Sec
1 } were glad to see the rains of A. Brown Vice-president, Guy irille. Ga., with Mr. and Mrs. W. S. An eight and three-quarter Jalley Surrency of Brooker and II S. H. 22 Rant. containing 10 acrt.

k the past few days. All are busy Harrell; Senior; Captain, Ortho Ma- Ray and other friends I ounds son was born to Mr. and I W. S. Sibley of Rising. n,are The or assessment less. of Bald property

,t P. 1 setting plants since the good show- theny; Junior Captain, Theo Mc- RUN Mr. L. W. SDwell and nephew, Irs. Joe Cason, October 15th. The funeral services were In und..r the mild certificate Brevard domed PropenlMompany was

n i ers. Beulah Lewis. J. W. Forthy of Okeechobee, spent Mrs. Ira Young has returned to charge of DeWitt C. Jones Co. In? the name of
_ Gauley; Secretary, *
I Misses Mary Alice Cahoon and MlM Booti Brown. Cor. Sunday here with Mr. and Mrs. I her home here after being at the .edeemed Unlei according said certificate law, ...had?"bi

Zell Waltts, members of the school Tim Mann. ome of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Step softly dear sisters and broth- rill issue thereon on the atat dayf

HAMPTONlM : faculty here, spent the week-end Miss Inez Kersey was the guest Mr. T. D. Dyal, Henry Shaw, S. L. Morgan, who has been very ers.Mother, November, A. D. dU32. October,
.
In Jacksonville at the former'shome. of Miss Lois Judd Sunday after- Zenlous Williams and Raatua I sick for the past two weeks. dear is sleeping near the A.Dated D. 1932.this J8th

A*. 1\1......0. Cur.d Mann attended to business in Mrs. B. T. Browning and son, bank of flowers, O W. AT.r.ERM\N\! !,
II hl' noon.Mr.. and Mrs. Lacy Rigdon were here slumber cannotbe (Seal t) Clerk of Clrcnlt.Caur
{ Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Mintz and Jacksonville Friday I ames, of St. Petersburg, were Where the sweet Bradford County, Klorldn.
F Hull-Mead Mrs. A. B. Crosby and son, Glen ot guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. Wilmot Mrs. W. S. Raymond son John a few days last week visiting Mrs. I broken; )I I 0-n-5t-ll-18 __

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s rat ;' Freeman Hall and Sallie Will Jacksonville, were visiting her parents Monday morning. Richard and daughter, Frankie, of : O. M. Alvarez. ,- ,
Mrs. W, A. Tyler was the guest Hlnesvllle, Ga., are spending a and Alvarez i -
Levy
were Rltch
i' :Meads, both of Hampton, Carl
Mr. and Mrs L. R. Galney
Sat of Mrs. O. L. Brown Wednesday of while here with her parents, Mr. Monday onI I
r'' quietly married In Starke last Thursday. I were in Jacksonville r-- Florida's Sophomore Ends J 1

t : urday. October 15th. Both have Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Brannen and last week. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis. business.Mr. .
5 friends here who wish them success Pauline spending a Mr, Earl Johns and Tom Bryan Mr. Rastus Mann spent Sundayin Warren Johns has returnedto
are
daughter, were guests of Slim Brown Sun- Okeechobee with Mr. and Mrs.L. Alachua after spending a while
r and happiness. few days with his parents, Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Young, oft Mrs. William Brannen of Lake day.Misses W. SowelLMr. here with his parents.Mr. .
Kimberly Iowa, arlved here the Butler. Della Lee and Bessie and Mrs. L W. Dyal of Graham and Mrs. Lindsey Roe, and

17th of Oct. and will spend the The farmers around here are Thomas attended prayer meetingat spent'last Wednesday here Mrs. Jeff Dowling were in Lake

.i e winter months In our town. They their strawberry the home of Inez Kersey Satur- with Mrs. Dyal'a parents.Mr. City Sunday afternoon.Mr. .
k ROGERS
? will be the guests of Mrs. Young's very busy set getting out. day night. P. W. Lewis of Jacksonville, and Mrs. J. B. Kite and

k sister, Miss Mildred Beverly while plants Mrs. Thelma Myers, Mrs. Torpe, Rev. R. F. Kirkland of Saxton spent Tuesday night. and Wednes- daughter?. of Lake Butler were
here. Miss ZelWattts and Rev. John Sellers of Odia were day here. here Saturday afternoon calling on

I Misses Mildred and Coralee Fin. Miss Mary Alice Maxwell Cahoon and G. E: in this section Sunday morning. Rev. J. H. Kelley and Mr.. Minzle friends.
A. E.
of Miss Beatrice Underhill of lIell- Groover attended the associationIn
ley, of Olustee, were the guests all members of the I
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McGauley, ot
:Mrs. W. R. Jackson this week. bronn spent Wednesday: night : Georgia last'Mr.
f' Alexander Blair of Chicago Ill, school faculty here, and T. B. Pin-I' last week with Marie Morgan.Mr and Mrs. T. D. Dyal and

; i died here last Friday evening at holster attended the and) : W. A. Tyler was the guest son Morris, were visiting Mrs. I HARTSBURG -
in Gainesville Friday
;n, % r 11 o'clock. He had been a great I meeting Saturday.We of O. L. Brown Friday. Dowling of Starke last Thursday Miss Virginia Brantley, Cor. )
of Hartsburg
sufferer for several weeks. He died Virginia Brantley L. O. Lewis was attending to
,1 In the home of Miss Mildred By are very glad to report that called on Boots Brown Thursday business in Starke last Thursday -

s rely. He was laid to rest in Santa Mr. and and Mrs. R. M. Gainey'sbaby night. I I' Mr. Buck Starling, Lacy Futch,

> Eloise, who bas been on the Miss Millie Judd were the 0
Fe cemetery. sick list, Is Improving. I of Miss Virginia Brantley e.
Q. M. Inman of Starke, was ebusiness GREENWOOD guests A _
.
I afternoon.
visitor here last Monday RISING I Sunday
1 ofIEugh
Norman was the guest
:
ii r Mrs O. L. Harlrson. Mrs IncU M"N RMmalrn. Prlnsrle. Cov. Roy -

Morrow Miss Ilelne Morrow, and WOODLAWN Mr.. H. M. Mcltav, Tor.Mr. I Andrews Sunday. -.- -
Robert Kirkland of Saxton wa .
c, _
:Mrs. Jessie Wilson attended the Misses Emmalyne and Mary
Union Missionary\ Society at Mica- Miss Debbie' Phillips, Cor. Norman and Ellis :Mr the guest of A. T. Andrews Sun
: ..eea M. _._ 'IrwwxR S. E. Pringle and Evelyn Moseley,
n nopy last Tuesday. Lewis of Gainesville, were visiting St. ClaIr Moseley and Pete Bur day.Virginia Kirkland was the guest
'
p A. A. McDonald and Theodore I Messrs. J. S. and J. E. Norman Mr. and Mrs J. E. Norman last ney attended church at Moxvlll of Ruth Brantley and Kate Andrews -

Sparkman of Darlen, spent theweekend and D. L. Phillips spent the weekend Friday. Sunday.Mr. .
Sunday.
with friends and rela In Plant City, the guests oi 1 Mrs. D. ]\,[. McRae and little son, and Mra.-J. W. Saunders ot Mrs J. 8. Andrews was the

Y tives here.F. relatives. I Jack, are visiting relatives In Tam- Penney Farms, spent the week of Mrs. Thomas O'Neal .Jdon-
L. Oglesby and family left last Mr. C. L. Hilliard and family attended .] end here with her parents, Mr and guest \
afternoon.Mrs. 4 ,
,. '; Saturday for Savannah, Ga., where the association of Baptist 1 pa.Mr.. and Mrs. T. D. Proctor and Mrs. C. A. Pringle. day Amanda O'Neal was the Y (aB t

they expect to make their future churches at Maxvllle Saturday.Mrs. I children bf Lake Butler, were visIting Mr. Harry Moseley and Miss guest of Mrs. Pearl Andrews Tuesday .

home. E. J. Hill of Plant City Is.. relatives here Saturday and Mary Hanlle of Jacksonville, were evening.

Miss IIllda Durden Is the guestof the guest of relatives here this were accompanied. home by Mrs. visiting his aunt Mrs. Daisy PrIn- Mr. and Mrs. Leonard O'Neal

her brother, H. A. Durden of week. Proctor's sister, Mrs. J. J. Mor- gle Sunday night sprat Saturday night with :Mrs.
MontlceUo. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Carter ot( Mr. St. ClaIr Moaeley and H. W. Andrews.

Little Springs, were guests of )or. gan.Mr.. and Mrs. Charlie Hersey and Pringle were business visitors In Pearl .

and Mrs. D. L. Phillips Sunday.Mr. little daughter, Eva Mae and Mr. : Gainesville Saturday.Mrs. '

GRAHAM and Mrs. E. C. Johns were and Mrs. John Jackson, all ot H. O. Rivers of Starke

.visitors to Starke Saturday. Jacksonville, were visiting Mr. and! spent a few days last week with NEW.RIVER aii'LUTLCR

e } BUM Elle .I......... Cor. Carl Rosier, who is employedwith Mrs. J. E. Norman Sunday.Mr. her daughter, Mrs H. W. Pringle. Cop.
A. C. L. Railroad, Is spend-' Robert Norman was trans- Little Clara Marie PrIngle U on MlM Essl. 5.e.

Harvey Dyal and Clyde Sur- ing his vacation here with his par- acting business in Jacksonville last the sick list this week. We hope Ervs Lee

: rency of Tampa, spent a while here ents. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Rosier. Wednesday.Mr. she will soon be well again. Death of Mrs. Mary MC LEAN

with friends and relatives last School is progressing nicely under Harry Shepard of Tampa, Mr. C. A. PrIngle was visiting AndrewsThe

r week. I the able management of spent Thursday night with Mr. and m Gainesville Mondays death angel visited the home Three newcomers to the 1933 University of Florida football team err

Miss Mattle Norman attended !Messrs. Arthur :McRae and Lester Mre. F. M. White. The many friends of Mr. and of Mrs. Frank Andrews early showing promising play at the end positions. "Chuck" Rogers wearinf
and
+t' teachers meeting at Gainesville I Sponholts. :Mr. and Mrs. Clynt Baxley and i Jrs. Waldo Pringle are extending Thursday evening, wife October and 6 moth., No. 83 and Cecil McLean Just below Rogers, are leading left ends. vbU

,#'' q last week-end. I Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Johns entertained Miss Snada Crawford, all of Jack- congratulations on the arrival of took away a loving. Gene Butler at the left, Is showing Cno form at the right extremity of the

Miss Leola Fogg of Bell spent the Junior class of the Sunday lonville, were visiting Mr. and a daughter, born Oct. 13. The lit er. died after an Illness 'Oator line. End Coach "Dutch" Stanley U s strong booster of bis xopho
t ,, the week-end here with her parents school Wednesday night at Mrs. Zary Crawford Sunday.H. tle girl has been named Mary Mrs. Andrews ,I

Mr. and Mrs. Chesley Fogg. their home with a weiner roast. M. McRae and daughter, Mrs. Elizabeth. of several weeks. She was more wtncmen. -

Mrs. Agnes Knowles and Mr. and Games were played and a nice ;. T. N. Norman, F. M. White D. M. the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nat Lake Worth Repair underway St .A.ugustlnAVsuatl VWa, reopened -

ly :Mrs. AnGel Norman of Rising'time was reported by all. and J. W. McRae motored to St. Augustine H. E. WolfeConstruction Roberts of Lake Butler and was on Lake Worth bridge. dining rmaePalm .
Oct.
were visiting Mr.'sad Mrs. R. M. J. 8. Norman and son, Leamon, Green Cove Spring Monday. : Co.. this city, submitted torn March 11, 1852 and died
h low bid of $263,818 for con. S. 1932. being 80 years, six: months for
Johnson Friday. were business visitors to Jacksonville Arthur :McRae attended, the received contract
; Mrs. A. W. Broughton, Mr. and Saturday. church: association at Maxvllle tructlon work on nine miles road and five days of age at the time Clearwater New community I construction Beach of local post officeHC -
"i house nearing completion. : ,
;Mrs. John. Surrency, Mrs. AUeea Miss Debbie Phillips, who Is Sunday. No. 13 In Alachua county. or her death.






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yRlJ-, OCTOBER, 21, 19SZ BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARRE FLORIDA1wHortrkI PAGE TlmE 1 + J

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STRAWBERRY PRODUCTION 'I Method of ApplicationThe I, Notice IH hereby. II'h'| u. that H. D.
I By A. N. Brooks J. R. WatI| May, holder of tux t'> ,tlflcat No.
and Harold I methods of applying 8411. the. 7th Any. of July A. 1>. lt11t. a4;,
I son Mowry I' fertilizer vary. The following two ban riled nahl cvrtirirat In my orfive s
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___ methods are used. most commonly: deed and to (mm mud*, thereon appllratlon In accordance for tax +

Sources of Plant 1. The beds are made up without with Inw fa I.I crrUftoato ambraro ,
the f frillowln d*>crll>ed property situated -
Plants are secured from north- fertilizer and the plants set out and In Bradford County, Florida*
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Arkansas and not fertilized until they become es to-wit: ;t I
TORNADOES sources- mainly
Editor-in-Chief ern
DEFEAT TWELFTII GRADE NEWS 8K:'4' of NKVS NHM of STInt Sea
HOPE HA'WfES CIIIEFLAND 111011 ---- Maryland-each, year during February tablished. About two or three 17, Twp T H: it. II 10., SO .cr... -
SOCIETY The Seniors that March and April These weeks after the plants are set an Tha avMeiiHrnant of said J property
Editor are very sorry under tha acid certificate l issued wa til
Managing
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ROBINSON (By Lester Schnell) Joyce Mast, Editor one of our members Harry Tyson, plants start growth Immediatelyafter application of fertilizer Is made In the name at hook. A. Bilvk.ITnloa '

ELDREDGE Is not able to attend school. Harry being set out and usually between the rows of plants on a laid certificate shall b.
4.A great Tornado drive redeemed tax
completely according to law.
Exchange Editor annihilated v'lsitlog Chlcfland Vera Claire Robinson and Bun- received a broken collar bone in bloom and fruit before starting to two-row bed or on one side of the deed will Incite. thereon on the 14th ,
ABBIE HARLEY a football between Live Oak form runners. If the flowering plants on a one-row bed. Subsequent day of November, A. I' 193S.
team here Friday by a. 25-0 score. nie Canova went to Gainesville Saturday game Pitted. thin 10th day of October
Literary Editor The was marked by to attend the football and B. H. S. We hope he wIn hur- stalks are removed runners will applications are made on A 1). 1032
game many pme.Margaret beds both sides of the two-row beds and O. W. ALDERMAN
be put out sooner. The plant
and better that he
ry get so
LlfCILLE EDWARDS spectacular the Williams went to up ,
runs by Tornadoes ((1iI..U of Circuit Court
of weeda and alternate sides of the one-row beds. Braclerk
free given
with Gainesville will be able to come back to school. are kept 'County Florida*
brilliant Friday.
Sports Editor along some paaswork The Seniors that His- frequent shallow cultivation before This method lessons the danger of lO-It'It-ll-ll
are taking
by Chiefland. Uncorking a. fine Lois Long, Lillian Sternberg, i
JOHN INMAN the runners become too numerous, the young plants being burned by
tory IV well! enjoy studying about
Dot Ritch and S.
R. Johns visited
the Tornadoes
Editor offense ran rings the Revolutionary war of America.Yes so as to reduce the amount of hand the fertilizer before they have become TRAIN SCHEDULE ,,- ,
Society around the visitors and continuedthe Harry Tyson at the state farm
JOYCE MAST drive throughout the Sunday afternoon. Harry suffered there will! be a great deal of work necessary later en. In Juneor established. Our schedule changes \Sunday.! 1 j +n

Class Reporters12th gameThe a collar bone fracture in the Live' outside reports. Of course all seniors July the runner plants are removed 2. The first application of fertilizer May 22nd and trains will run a. ;+r
Tornadoes drove on to victory love to give oral reports. I from the beds and set out is thoroughly mixed Into the ; r
follows:
Oak-B. H. S.
Grade, Jennie Dunn not because this was the first game. I' on other beds prepared for them. bed It is made Thee r;
Grade Bunnle Canova Among those attending the Flor- Just think Seniors, "The Tempest" as being up. No 1 Southbound local due) ,
11th team to whom they did not concede Ida-Citadel in is over in English for a. short These newly set plants are allowedto one to two weeks is allowed to Starke 10:59: p. m. r
Marjorie Stump weight; but because of the unceas- game Saturday i make plants which will be used before the set out .q
Gainesville time. We shall all hear about it elapse plants are No, 11. Southbound local due) ,
Louise : Eldredge Robinson A
Grade Snyder9th
30th ing pile-driving attack. Like a for the final in September' '
setting
Grade Hazel Lennon E. Wall John Inman Jimmy again on our monthly test. on the bed. Subsequent applications Starke 9.20: a. m.
well-oiled machine the Tornado or October for fruit production made the aides of the
are on }
No.. 107 Southbound limited dun -
Moore, Robert Chapman, Mac Da "p,
Joke Editors automatically advanced down the during the season extending from beds described In ((1)).
vis. Billy Parker and Herbert LOW FIRST GRADE NEWS as Starke 10:27: a. m. ,
CLYDE MORGAN field step by step. Each opportunity Packham.A. December to May. __ The time of application of fertl- No. 2 Northbound local due

r was converted into a touch- E Wall spent the weekendin The low first grade ia trying By following this procedure It Is llrer will vary according to moisture Starke 6:19: a. m. kI i I+t

LITERARY NEWSWe down. Leading the running at- Gainesville. very hard to learn to be perfect necessary to obtain but 1,000 conditions of the soil In that, No. 12 Northbound local due r- rI

tack was Strickland who was Bunnie Canova readers; those who have not miss- plants In February for each acre If subsequent to the last application Starke 3:31: p. m. 1 '
had an Interesting chapel playing his first full in the gave a party that is to be planted to strawberries .1
game
No. 108 Northbound limited due
Friday night celebrating the re- ed any words in their reading lessons the soil has been dry, the ; ?
I Thursday afternoon. The backfield. Like so much dynamite In the Cal!. With careful cultivation ',,4 k
weeks'are Starke 6.01
program sults of the Chiefland in for two Elise plants will have had no oportun- : p. m.
I In charge of Mrs. Alder- he skirted the Chiefland ends for game and favorable weather Starke and Wannea 101 leave ",
program. honor of the football boys. All there Greene Doris Prevatt and Dor- Ity to utilize that already In the
| man's' room was on loyalty.The fine gains on every occasion. Only I had a delightful time. othy Kite; the almost perfect 30,000 to 60,000 plants can be produced soil. Further fertilizing will be of Starke 7:00: a. m. ,

program follows:: once during the entire game did he I readers are Matthew McKinney I for fall) planting from each little or no value or even may be No. 102 arrives 2:40: p. m. Is: +
Reading on Loyalty Glenn fail to gain ground. It baa been Charline Pit- ; 1,000 set out In February. moisture conditions
Betty Ruth Anders harmful until soil Cloning of Malls (
A. W. Buck what
said that lightning never strikes : living thing I Sometimes the spring setting of r
| Wood
rer, Robert Starling. Juanlta Map- are. such as to have broughtthe
twice In the but has more lives than a cat? Is made late, the latter South of )
A talk on the Flag-Gratton same place and plants fairly into solution
lee Donald Bagwell Quincy prior applications -
Buck: I don't know.A. No. 11, Farcel post Monday
)
| Cooper. Strickland proved this false by, Parrish. part of March through April, this to have been
allowing
,
W.: A Wednesday and Friday 9:03 a. m. sd
frog.
a bolt in the same and the set wider kpart
Piano solo-Beatrice Miner. sending spot to wel- plants are the
taken at least
The pupils are very glad up partially by
Piano duet-Marjorie Stump and dozens of times with telling effect. Buck: How do you get that their little Adrian than usual, from one to three feet I No. 107 Letters, special delivery t
to
come room plants.
(Bunnie Canova. With his weight speed, grit and A. W.: Well a frog croaks every apart in rows six feet apart. No and special handling parcels, 10:10a. >
Kinchen from Jacksonville.
It Is of In
major Importance .
applying i
The Charge of the Light Brigade ,determination he has unlimited night. + resetting Is made in June or July m.
fertilizer to mix It thoroughly t
.
I John Andrews. chances as a ball-carrier. but the plants are maintained on I North r .
KOfKTII GRADE NEWS with the soil and not merely apply a
A talk on Loyalty-Prof. Gray.A I Edwards, by scoring two touch- TYPEWRITING NEWS the original beds until Septemberor it in drills and then cover It. No. 12, Parcel post and letters, 1 ? r

short pep meeting followed. downs also created a sensation. October, at which time the run- Tuesday Thursday and Saturday. -
Who made the records in We have a new pupil in our Much burning of the roots has been
-.- This was the first game he has highest ner plants are removed and set for 3:15: p. m. yr
his Is Leaton Morgan. caused of
name by improper application
room;
CONCERNING: FOOTBALL I played as a. regular ball carrier. typewriting last week? Seeber Goodman was! absent the fruit production. This method 'ertlllzers., No. 108, Letters, special delivery; !1 1't't
He added the required punch right They are: Dollle Dlnkins John eliminates the June or July reset and special handling parcels ISO: >
first of the week. ?
Bradford seems to have climbed I In the places it was needed most. Andrews George Arwood and Mar- which during most years Is quite Occasionally during February or pm. ,

I the ladder of victory so far. At :Inman and Robinson, the two regulars guerite Prevatt, named in the or- Mrs.for Hart bought' a new flowerpot hazardous due to spells of hot dry March the fruiting plants, evidently .- Night malls close at 6:10: p. m.: i
our room.
I the first game she seemed to have also did commendable work der of their classes. weather. : through an Inadequate supply Xb. 1, due at 10:09: p. m.; No. 3,

I remained at the bottom with the for the Tornadoes.The All of the classes,, are rapidly Alex: Blake was absent Monday There III I difference of opinion as > of available nitrogen become due at 6:10: a m.
.
I defeat of her team 12 to 0 (in favor progressing. NINTH GRADE NEWS to the relation of the time of set sluggish. This lack of fruit can Starke A Bell Branch t
yardage gained by the Tor- be the of
I of the other side. In the sec- e ting strawberry plants to the time overcome by application Mall closes, 7.00: a. m.
nadoes exactly six times as -
Bradford climbed towards was LOW THIRD GRADE and of fruit production. a top-dressing of nitrate of soda Mall arrives 2:40
] ond game up New 1 Is duality) quantity : p. m.
much as that gained by Chiefland. a not to exceed 100 pounds per acre.
I the top. The score was 0 toId of In some instances the entire Blue Bus Sohnlule'
like
do
How
The total yards. gained from scrimmage you your cup Excessive amounts of quickly
In her third "Old" Brad- Shirley Morgan is a new pupilIn desired for fruit produc-
game acreage
chocolate? hot with a big
for Starke was 336 as com- Piping available nitrogen cause a soften- Dally effective Jan. 1, 1932. j
this grade. She comes to us Is
made climb to vic- tion during the coming season
a running
ford pared to B6 for Chiefland. This marshmallow or a. generous spoonful ing of the fruit which greatly Im- Northbound-:03 a. m., 1:69: p .
2 to Three from Sparr. set out In June these plants being
[ with the score 0.
tory shows what a fine offense Coach of whipped cream? O f course! pairs its carrying qualities Some m., 4:59: p. m., 8:19: p. m.
S.I! Let's all at- allowed to make runner plants. In
cheers for B. H.
(
Larson has developed. Strickland Then take a lesson from that cup success has been gained by the ap- Southbound- 9:34: a. m., 12:34: p. ;'
and Bradford ELEMENTARY GRADES' the fall all are carefully removed -
[ tend the games see alone tore off a total of 222 yardsIn of chocolate and serve your news plants plication of a combination of nitrate m., 4:34: p. m., 13:50: a. m. n

I remain at the top of the ladder. 25 tries averaging 8.4 yards per ASSEMBLYA the same way.Chocolate from the bed. except the for and potash either In the form Tickets and Information at
left
crack.Chletland's. Is no good if you let Itlilt mother plants which are of potassium nitrate, 100 poundsper Smith's Service Station, next to

WHAT, WOULD HAPPEN IF passing was excep- reading "All Hallowe'en," by around and accumulate a brown fruit production. Such a procedure from- acre, or by two applications, courthoulle.'ltdlJ&rmed.; '+ '( ''r i
Elizabeth Wells. will bring in a revenue
scum. It's no good lukewarm and first with CO
Dorothy White could say yes, tionally good. They'averaged 10 Two piano numbers. "Whistling It.s worse cold. So Is news! the sale of plants and also leave potassium sulphate
5-7 toss to 79 pounds acre, followed two
yards per on 7 completed per
[ ? Yankee Walter for fruitIng -
mam by Rolfe "Bail Newspaper workers can tell facts the grower large plants
to three weeks later with nitrateof
The Tornadoes failed to
Lucian Alvarez knew his Science passes. or's Dance," Ernest Newton played that have not been known before, : The advantage of a large
In fact the soda at the rate of 75 to 100
complete a pass. run- of
| t by Tommy Ritch. "hot" If the plant is that it protects much
that's news. news .is
-. ning attack proved so effective, "Little Orphan Annie" by Farn- % and its bloom during a light frost. pounds per acre. '&'j a jf 1a 1aNo
hours old Its lukewarm e '
many Next week
there seemed need to take to : Cultivation mulchIng -
Father: What did learn in no Overstreet that have produced v
you ces and Sadie Prince If It's older than the last Issue of However, plants first. protection.MI'Ktltl .
air.
|ichool today son? the A Eloise of plantsare
reading Hayes.A the paper it's cold and clammy. a heavy crop runner -
Buck: Aw nothing. I got to goback Friday, October 21, Callahanwill song "The Sleeping Princess." Story "heat" is based on two not likely to produce early fruit MANTKIfftIU

| again tomorrow. Journey here for a game with qualities: age and interest. No matter and, during certain seasons the Notice I I. hereby given that the

the Tornadoes. We hope to apply EIGHTH GRADE NEWS how fresh the news is, it cannot fruit is not of as good quality as unilerala-ned Special Mauler In Chan
Jack: My father was a greater the whitewash brush to them also. that produced by smaller plants. eery, attlntr under the Anal decree
Interests of
be "hot" if It only a the Circuit court of the Twenty.
| man than yours. At any rate, from the great show- We are glad that our schoolmate few -Exchange.SOI'HOMOHE Insect damage to fruit and fruit Sixth Judlchil Circuit of Florida; : In

Mich: No, he wasn't. ing we made against Chiefland, It'',Albert Kruse is back in school. Al- I person -- rots are more common on the .and'ery for In that Hradford certain County cause In wh.r..lnHI&Tth Chan.

Jack: Well my father dug out seems that a good game will be bert has been out of school for one NEWS larger plants. :J. Glover la the PlalntUt.antl'i.

I the Mississippi River and threw up at hand, win or lose. week with appendicitis. We hope Most of the final settings are 'i. .1Mwards and Anna KdwarUn.
wife defendant,
rendered
the mud and make the Rocky that he is well and won't have an- Miss Audrey Carlisle spent the made during September and October and entered are on the lath day of October messy rubbing In ?. No long a+ +' ; +

I Mountains. FIFTII GRADE NEWS other attack as it Is painful. week-end in Ocala. which, during a favorable hours 1032.of vale will on cell Monday during. the. the 7th l 1..1 day drawn out treatments. From the first j

Mich: That's nothing you've We are very glad to have two Misses Mildred Hundley and season allows the plants to make of November, 1IUJ, at the Mouth Instant you use It, a new beauty Is iti fl,
I heard of the Dead Sea haven'tyou We have two in our in before door of the courthouse In fltarke, ,
new pupils new pupils our room, Myrticeand Elizabeth Hollingsworth were visit- considerable growth pro- Bradford County, yours. A loFt.. Alluring .Ivory
Florida to the
[ ? Well my father killed It. room: Emmaline Morgan, who has Florled Killingsworth. They Ing Mary Lucille Torode in Lawtey ducing fruit. If the planting Is hlnrhejit and bent bidder fur cash. the toned complexion thai l reflects

moved here from Sparr, and Willa formerly were in school at Tampa.We made after October 1 there are us- following described property lying to-tJ '
Lillian what word has Vida Killlngsworth from Sulphur hope they will be able to Sunday.We all the and uphill In the County of Bradford Beauty and Dignity. Begin 'flORIENTAl ,
: Peggie remain are glad to hear that Harry ually no runners produced, Stale( of Florida, known and
twenty-for letters in It. The first Springs. We are very glad to with us through out the Tyson is Improving. growth going Into the making.of a described aa! .

I letter ia A and the last one Z. have these girls as it makes our school year. Miss Mary Lucille Torode spent bushy plant. The. a Sl'IVi, H.: Rf 20 SW:l".t.on'. Roctlon.JI.Twn. NWtf ofNKV4 ,

Peggie: The alphabet of course. enrollment 14 girls and 21 boys. Al Kay Carlisle was In Ocala Friday shopping In Jacksonville. By securing plants from north- : of Bactlnn' II!, Twp. e, 8. R 10 C

Lillian: Wrong. The word is a Our girls seem to be getting older over the week-end. Several girls out of the Sopho- ern sources each year, plant diseases le Kimt... containing 80 acres mom or CREAM a

mail-box as Mary ,Rivers celebrated her Katie Fugate went to Jackson I more class attended a shower given and Insects are held In check The unlit property will he sold' to OOURAUO
Peggie How Where thirteenth Oct. ville aatlefy,, the above mentioned decree wtI....Fl.eh MWI
is that. Sunday.
: are birthday Friday
than over
by carrying
by Miss Frances Hemingway in more readily of forerloaure.Blgned ".c".' Sn.dea a t
p
I the other letters? 14, and Emmaline Morgan will The eighth grade how has 41c in honor of Miss Louise Walters a Florida plants from year to year ( ) ]n. K. PIERRTMAN Send lOt for TRIAL SIZt WTI
Lillian: In the mail box of celebrate her eleventh the tlp..la''
birthday treasury. They are planning S. Fertilizer 1"a.r'l| Mow k
graduate of B. H. :J. UrHASBH, F.'t Hopkins V Son. YoHj
Course. Tuesday Oct. 18. to buy pictures with the money. I The formulas of fertilizers used rialntlff'a Solicitor IO-14'4t-il-4
y
----- SIXTH GRADE NEWS will depend upon the soils to which : 61

they are to be applied and also the

I SCHOOL DAYS -- By DWIG Miss Jacobs' sixth grade girls condition of the plants at the timeof

basketball team defeated the sev- application. Higher prfcentages

enth grade girls in an exciting of ammonia are applied for plant iiJn 1;MtA 1 << ,'

.f. game Thursday afternoon, the growth and higher percentages of

I score being 28 to 10. The seventh potash for the coloring and firming

grade made: the first goal but the of the fruit. Usually It la best to PATHFINDER f fAI

sixth grade lost no time in scor- divide the total quanltlty of ferti- {li

: ing two points and were soon far lizer to be applied for the season 4;; Low ASS 55 j

ahead of the seventh grade. The into three applications, the analysis RACII r
Ie-:1
: r first team is composed of Dot Bishop of the fertilizers used approxi- JnFn.Many i
e j mating the following; 5-7-3 (Percentages -
forwards
I ,. Lillian Mosejey, ; other tire sell at higher
Doris Strickland Doshla Smith of ammonia phosphoricacid prices.But the Goodyear Pathfinder

centers; and Era! Edwards and and potash In the order given gives! euch fine performance that ;,'

: Jeanne Bouvler guards; subs. were .) for the first application, 0-7-5 '/h' i It has become .-

< Pansy Cone Shirley Geary and for the .second and 3-7-7 for the ''Z: ONE::: OF THE 5 LARGEST f

I"" Wilier Mae Thornton. third. The quantity of fertilizer SELLING TIRES
CAREFUL NOW BTcg i iDOttT t ); in the world '
} a l IM eltT applied each time will depend upon i/J
Cofl ,
rEAR iT T. PT SEVENTH:" GRADE NEWS weather conditions and the type of All popular sixes are low priced ;

huc oOucEO Poll ClITI I'' T110RM CLIMb TAtE f,0. + ., I soil and its previous treatment. Us- 6 and 8 "Plies"

IT FOR t'te ii RI1tS Roswell Nogle' and Mildred War. ually 400 to 700 pound per acre CM th*ell lajrere LE1 FLI Ii'. I A MIlU04 each thus makIng *...end '.Ml elee) nf Hop. -
time
absent Monday. are applied
ren were .....
(x>r Officers of class for the year are: a total application of 1,2002100 ,- tread two do not run PHONE 103 t t
t from "bead to bead-chey ere
President. Virginia Fugate. pounds per acre for the season. really I cord "breaker.trip*"
Vice-president, Beatrice Mose- Tests during 193O-31 and 1931-32 end thefe what we call STARKE. FLORIDA
Ch.....
f ley. I at the Experiment Station's Straw- '

wt A. s Secretary-treasurer, Edna Mc- berry Field Laboratory located. SEPT. lath GOODYEAR WILT ITS SOO MILLIONTH TIRE

".)' f Kinney. near Plant City, show that a total --

v h hA r. Reporter Willis Smith. application per acre per season*bf

The treasurer Is getting a sum of 1,400-1,800 pound of commercial Wake Up Your Liver Bile! r

money for the class for library fertilizer gave the beet yields of

fees. fruit on the type) of land used. '

Higher and lower applications gave -Without
Chlpley-BeaU's Store moved to a decrease In yield of fruit. Calomel!

r new location on North Sixth street. 'All complete fertilizers used are
--
made up of both organic and Inorganic And You'll Out of Bed V thle....b Ml S..fag My yeee bnl I 4
i contractor Jump
Apopka-Wr O. Harris materials. Generally the or- dolt 4151. II Jo* data**la the bewehhud y

started operations on new two- genie materials consist of tankage in the Morning Rarin to Go 0. blaet..p yeae etrreal- Toe kayo a

1 1i t story building on Parke avenue castor pomace cottonseed meal thick.bed taete J..breath b fool etch t

i ,9't for Dr. C. CarrolL fish scrap and goat manure; while soar and rank and th.woke .) elte kris out fa b1..1.ha. T_ MI I y

-- r Inorganic consist of nitrate of punk don't swallow a lot ache*and yes bat.torn end eat.Tan,whole. ity.t.beose&

( Winter Park Virginia Inn J soda sulphate of ammonia acid tt salt,, mineral water oil. laxative 7:

t : 4. touflat hotel, undergoing exten- phosphate and sulphate of potash. candy or chewing cum and expect h...tier ee..d eU CaA71CR't Lrrrl.llr

rive repairs. ,These are used In varying amountsand thorn to make yon suddenly sweet UTXRMLU' to..*than. two pond at Mteflowiaf

percentages. Some of the lyn- and buoyant and IuD of sunshine. freely sad.....J'GG,...".p moduUdnff q.w

State Road No. 13 completed thetle fertilizers of higher analysis For they can't do It They only ner eeskt1s. .......,.,. 1az 1- paw

(Il tween EHlzey and Rosewood. t/e.1 have been found satisfactory for BOOT the) bowels and a mere movement e'.tsbbeetreeWgwY.heesrg ..

use with strawberries. Due> to the doesn't get at the) causa. The tka....flew freely 44

Jacksonville Remodeled and higher analysis, a correspondingly reason for your down-and-out feeling Bat.<>..._*fofB_pOh.A*CwWa j

1ite.tf.enUMG ar Le..... Improved Duval Hotel 110 Hogan mailer quantity of fertilizer must U your BTW. It should pour out two little. Lira TO' Leek fie the_Cuter'. ,

street:, opened under management be used as compared with the I pound of liquid bile into your bowel Law UPIlle ea ...ed lebid Ara a I "t' t

of J. E. Sasser. quantity of commercial fertilizer daily. e.k.ntahtseeteftatet.. Q1JNQILCe. s sn




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BRADFORD COUNTY TEUEGRAPU STARKE, FLORIDA .., ._- FUIPAT.----OCTOBeR-:31. IBSJ
--
-: FOUR: .. .. _-.----- -'--'-- -"-
---- ---- -- ------ R.
"----- -- ----- HELD BY Kersey Wednesday
.. MEET
BUSY
/ ---
!tJ.t --- Invited to visit the court house and TUESDAY Mr. Enoch Keene
COUNCIL
,. J I!; CITY an<
II 1 <1 1 see the various exhibits, go on the : : borough came home )n 'Yar., ,
la
: i tour and listen to the splendid pro You Know? -l (Continued from page t.)!- Week after spending 8 \' last
,
which will be rendered. I + at DeLeon aeka

r _; .; f$ ocietvAtHi gram BAPTIST W. M..S. TO MEET ," 20. of to was ten reduce seconded hours wages for and each to it$1.23 was man.carried.per Motion day of Miss Miss Lois Bertlce Springs Moore Norm with was; a,rrieniT nt Monday guest

: Motion made and seconded that afternoon. There was large
I.. a The Baptist W. M. 8. will hold council Into executive session crowd that attended the ,, at
.' METHODIST W. M. 8. MEET I At the close of the afternoon their business and program meetIng for selection go of night marshal. Mo- the home of Misses Pauiin/ai,;
,: y served tempting salad church Monday afternoon Lorena Green
q the hostess a at the tion was carried. After discussionof Tuesday night: &,.
# The Woman's Missionary Society course to the following: Mrs at 3 o'clock. Circle No. 1 with I the various ones from whom applications eryone reported a nice time
.. f1". of the Methodist: church held theli A. Z. Adklns Mrs. R. V. Demorest,, Mrs. : M. Brownlee aa leader will bad been received W. E. Miss Mildred Sanders vaj. the
business and program Mrs. H. C. Wall. Mrs. J. C. Robinson have charge of the program. nominated; A. J. guest of Misses Pauline ana Ln!
regular Thornton was
1 afternoon Mrs. C. ;P. Shank Mrs. J. W .. .! ,. rene Green Tuesday
r meeting; at the church Monday -i ; I Wilkinson W. E. afternoon
with 23 members present Andrews Mrs. O. L. Haynen, Mrs. GLORIA BUFORD 4'. Thornton receive three votes andA. Mr. Ancel Norman has signal
.t
during',Edward Burns Mrs. N. Sternberg,, CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY. .. to work building his new
& ',; Mrs. T. J. Griffin presided ( ? 1 aA4 J. Wlltnson one vote. W. E. -esHenc.
the meeting. Flans were made for;i Mrs. D. A. Montleth and Mrs. J. l .1 I Thornton was sworn into office by this week.
the,week of prayer which will be+ E. WJIson. Gloria Alice Buford, daughter of : I Mayor Mlddleton. .
November. Mr. and Mr., R C. Buford, celebrated Lake Worth--Park v..w:
bell the third week In ,' ,' -1> J write Co
., Instructed to '
rRECEPTION MR. AND MRS. W. M. VAiN her seventh birthday Mon- .' ;; I Clerk was moved to 112 North Dlxu
Co., desig-
TO RE GIVEN \VRIGIIT ENTERTAIN day afternoon by giving a party toa I resolution for Bonding
nating the Bank of Starke as City St. Augustine
friends. --
------ large number of small 6 Bundlngj
FACULTY On
FOR B. II. S. ST l .
L A delightful affair of Thursday The young hostess' entertainedher 4, <. Depository. next campus of Florida Normal ana In.
There will be a reception given evening was the bridge party given guests with outdoor games, and ff Council adjourned to the dustrlal Institute, here -epalred

', for members of the faculty of the by Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wain- at the close of the afternoon Ice rQ regular meeting.Carl Johns Clerk.
;t
Bradford County High School (tonight wright to their club. cream and wafers were served. 6N"t
) Friday evening at 8 o'clock Three tables for play were arranged Lollypops were given as favors. .
y at the Woman's Club. The Business In the large living room Mrs. Buford was assisted In
h Men's Club and the Woman's which was effectively decorated I serving by Mrs. J. A. Saul, Mrs. t.

1 ; S Club will be Joint host and hostess with zinnias roses, marigolds and I Nellie Martinez and Mrs. H. C. SANDY LANE
t','.' All interested In school affairs are other garden flowers. Ritch. e. I
II' Invited. Several progressions of the Guests Invited were: Freddy Lorcna Green, Cor.
a (game were enjoyed and scores to Wimberly, Jacqueline and Buddy I j is,
MISS JORDAN ATTENDS taled. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Robinson Andrews, Betty and Barney' Mc-
:
visit-
'S5 Crawford was
1' AGENTS CONFERENCE made! high scores 'and were Rae Mack Futch, Betty and Enos S ael :Miss! Essie
1.'. ? and Lorene
Misses Pauline
Ing
and Sarah Bare-
presented the prizes. Hayes Juanita
nth,
..i .u Miss Pearl Jordan, county home Those present were: Mr. and foot, Patsy Ruth and Bill Wain- Green Friday afternoon.Mr. A Small Change
the guest
demonstration agent, attended the Mrs. C. A. Knight Mr. and Mrs. H. wright, Joan Dobrowr Bobble AM Clyde Morgan was Thurs- Sui'etZ FcT1ir River'
annual agents' conference at C. Wall Mr.,and Mrs. J.C- Robinson Biggs, Martha Kickllter Lonnie Qr of Miss Juanita Williams <

Gainesville last week. The objectof Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adklna, Harley Jr., Richard Beal, Mar- day night. *. ytttrm nun Fiji, nl!
r : ; the meeting was to study the Mrs. R. F. Demorest, Mrs. E. :M. jorie Sue :MIddleton, Freeman Register -I Mrs. Sallie Williams will leave Nntlnniit' ($,.n....I e... llnUM
i economic condition of the state and Johns and Mrs.: C. D. Shank. Caroline Patsy and Barbara THAT Winnipeg which Is the fourth largest city In Canada. was only for Ft. Myers next week for two ill rnnllHtlmtlnu Islam. oilier.AlinCent \... i iltjr
make for the coming _4 Keen. Louise Stern, Sarah and Bet-J fortified tradltig post about sixty' : years ago? It was known months looking after business In- with ifrftlrurllnn,
a to plans then as Fort Garry and the original gate to the fort shown In the terests. from IWITIIU.-VV. .n oil. -
c year's work. Many interesting and MRS. DALE VANSICKEL ty Jo Sewell, Othma Haynes J. A. photograph. Is maintained ss an historical' monument In a park In Miss Lorene Green was the .fMiivrly...... ,....iiu.. .,Uan, ; ..'.
were outlined HONORED AT ARTY Martinez Olin White, Jr., Granville I 4totel .t 'o' Id I I.of I.
helpful suggestions IS Winnipeg. The name of the original fort I. preserved by the of Miss Bertlce' Norman wjrt-r.u ..11A. .
+r' by the national and local speakers. Lewis, Maurice Edwards, Jr., In the background. guest {all ftl.., ...I i'. .....1.
__ __________ afternoon.
S i -. > \ :Mrs.: Dale Vanslckel of Beverly George Flynn, Betty, Caroline, Co I "' --- "- -- -- --- Monday 11..10 ............. ".t" qii
BAPTIST! CIRCLE HAS Hills, Calif., who Is visiting her lette and Eula Green, June and I Dundee i =-' Florida Citrus Machinery Mount Dora-White Way system Mrs. E. E. Green was the guestof |..%./|...tf ftniull bul ,,
SPEND THE DAY PARTY parents, Mr, and Mrs. W. J. Epper- Jack Hall, B. C. Holtzendorf, Billy Co., Dundedln, completed to be extended to city limits. her sister, Mrs. Ida Sweat Mon- I.._....II........pnttrrllautHAROLD how rHptiMv .

son Starke was the honoree'at an Blakely, Faye and Mary Alice Yar- shipment of packing house equip- day.Mrs. ..... ,....
.' ,
street Mamie Johns and Mrs. Don: "' '''\ '"ow
Members of Circle No.2 of the informal party given by Mrs. Os- brough, Mary; Harriett, Harold and ment unit to W E. Lee of this i Groveland-West Broad
., Baptist W M. S. met at the home borne Williams Gainesville, Friday Nina Bishop Beverly Parks, Eloise, place for use .In new plant. being widened. Jeannette Alvarez were visiting C. WALL
1, of Mra. A. M. Darby Tuesday and evening at her Highlands residence. Joyce, .C. B. and George, Hayes ._-- .- --'-' Mrs. Ida Sweat Saturday.Mrs. INSURANCE
the, Wea- :panama City--W. W. Padgett Mount Dora -.-.. improvements E. E. Green and Mrs. Ida
where
; + spent the day. The large living room Frances Alderman, Shirley STARKE. FLORIDA
.. Cosmos, marigolds and other fall guests were entertained during the ver, Barbara Jean Johns, Edgar sawmill, resumed pperatlons. ,made at Mount Dora Pharmacy. Sweat were the guests of Mrs W.

y flowers were used by the hostess evening was artistically decoratedfor I Wllkerson, Mildred Williams, Lucille ',. .. --' ... . ,- .," ,'....
,
,,
in decorating her home for this this pleasant affair with zinnias: .Alvarez, Elbert Earl Thorn I --. ... < "
?, affair. The day was spent In sewIng and lavender and gold asters. ton?,Ida.XulU and Marjorie Davis, ."
and making plans for the ba- The hostess wore aO geranium Clarice Gill Lucille Bowers Jose
Kaar to be held in December. red flat< crepe party;gown, and phine Johns, Mary Bell Howard,
.. At the noon hour a delicious Mrs. Vanslckel an early fall imported William Anthony Andrews, Lester
luncheon :was enjoyed by the fol-. model In black. McMillan Jo Ann Dinkins of Law- LEE-ZIN
lowing: Mrs. E. L. Biggs Mrs. Later In the evening a refresh- tey and John Harris of Jackson-
4. a, Nat Williams. Mrs. L. G. Powell ment course was served in the din- ville.
Mrs. Morgan Darby, Miss Etta TI- ing room which was entirely deco- 4FAVORITE
:+ son, Mrs. E. M. Thomas, Mrs. F. V. rated with lavender woods' flowers
Flume, Mrs. O. J. Griffin Mrs. J. .
and pink roses.Enjoying
r& E. Conway. the evening with the I RECIPES ---I STORESSPECIALS

't JHISS WALTERS-.IIONOREII I friends hostess and of Mrs.honoree Vansickel.were Intimate. Rocks ___ I I FOOD S


I Honoring Mlaa Louise Walters a 2 cups sugar 1 cup butter, 4
bride-elect Miss Francis Hemingway -I ANNUAL 4-II ACHIEVEMENTDAY eggs, 4 cups flour,..2 heaping tea
; + 44 : gave a shower last Thursday TO BE OBSERVED spoons baking powder, 2 cups raisins FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY OCTOBER 21st & 22nd
afternoon at the home of her sister, I 1 cup broken pecan nuts. 1 ,.
1 Mrs.: O. A Wiggins. I The annual 4-H AchievementDay teaspoon each of spice.cloves ,and ..
The time was spent pleasant will be held at Starke courtHouse cinnamon.
i; i ly with conversation contests, and Saturday October 29th un- Cream butter and sugar, add Ple-Zing Plee-Zing Milk COFFEE
%' opening' of the gifts which were der the direction of Miss Pearl well beaten eggs beat thoroughly,
S presented to the honoree by Junior Jordan county home demonstration add flour, baking powder, spices,,
Harley. agent and Mr. L. T. Dyer raisons and nuts. Use no liquid. FLOUR Tall Cans -. 5c LaTouraine, l lb. can 27eJb
'i At the close of the evening the county agent.Community. Drop from a spoon; and bake In

t hostess served tempting refresh- and individual exhib- moderate oven. -_ c Fresh Ground l lb. bag 21c
its of both girls boys and women Mrs. N D. Wainwright Meal Grits
ments to those present: Dorothy bs :: 34c or
l'"spy" Elizabeth Hollingsworth, will be on display throughout the ._ _
Sapp
Martlle Hemingway, Bunnie Ca- day as, a result of the projects that linked Stuffed Eggplants 241bs. ___________ 64c 101ba. :. __ -- 15c Fresh Groundllb.bagl6cSUGAR
h d? nova, Pauline Priest, Dorothy have been carried on during the 1 large eggplant, 2 tablespoons'butter
;j White, Louise Snyder, Wynkeu past year. 1 small bell pepper chopped,

tid1 Boulware, Mrs. Paul E. Canova, Saturday morning 'at 10 o'clock 1-2 small onion chppped, I cup Limit 5 Ibs. to customer) 5 Ibs. '. 22c
Jr., Mrs. A. H. Harley. the ladles and girls will visit several grated bread crumbs 3 tablespoons ( ,
-' of the homes in Starke, where tomato.,catsup 1-. teaspoon poul
BRIDGE PARTY GIVEN the yards have been Improved, also try seasoning 1-2 teaspoon salt,, .'
the stores will be visited in or- teaspoon paprika 2 tablespoons PleeZing: PleeZingROOT
C; der to interpet wise buying melted butter buttered crumbs. ge
arranged household supplies. This tour willbe Select a firm eggplant wash and BEER, 24 oz. Bottle 15 C BRAN FLAKES, pkg. -------- -

a lovely setting for the bridge party .conducted! by Miss Virginia boll In salted water 15 minutes. GINGER ALE 24 oz. Bottle CORN FLAKES, 2 pkgs. ____--- lSc
t' given by Mrs. W, :M. Wainwright Moore state home improvement Cut in half, remove the pulp, leaving 20e
? 6 to members of her club specialist, and Miss Anna Mae' a shell about a third of an Inch CAKE FLOUR, 44 oz. pkg. -------

Thursday afternoon at her home. Stkcs nutritionist of Tallahassee. thick. Melt the two tablespoons of Gold Dust Washing Powder, 5 p k gs. ,lOc
Five progressions of the game In the afternoon at 1:30: o'clocka and add the
butter In frying pan Ammonia 15c size _____ __ 90 PIee-Zing _
and added. which will be announced Plee-Zing ,
were played scores program onion and pepper, cook, stirring I Sc
Prizes for high and 'second scores later, will be given In the court frequently for five minutes and HeIth Soap, tOe size ----------.

i were awarded Mrs. A. Z. Adklna room. There will be several out' turn Into bowl. Mix; the other Ingredients RAISINS, t5 oz. pkg. -- -"-------.:- lOc Complexion Beauty. Soap, tOe size Sc t
R. F. Demorest. I I of town speakers. The public is I' -
and Mrs. also the minced
eggplant PRUNES, 21b. pkg. _________T-:: __ t5c
Mix well and fill the shell.
Cover with buttered crumbs and PEACHES, 12 oz. pkg. __.. _"__ ___ __ '''tOe WALNUTS, Calif. No 1, lb. ___. 23e

HEALTH HOME bake In a moderate oven 330 min degrees APPLES, 6 oz. pkg. __ ___ .__-____ -_ __ 7c ALMOND, Neplus, lb. ___-..--- __ 23c
i* file F. for about 30 or 40
utes. MINCE MEAT, 9 oz. pkg. _,_ __"' "':__ '_ lOc BRAZIL NUTS, large, lb. ______ 16c
Tractfatl Studies far 'ZeJh>es Mrs.: H. B. McLendon '

end cS'rtbtKeTj' .Miami-N. R..Hannahs and E. 'QUEEN OLIVES, qt., ___________ 27c POTATOES, 10 lbs. ______-_--.- lSc-

1' reBwhw.e D. Wright opened printing plantat
:
L. Dy ERNEST II.LINES 3322 N. W. 17th avenue. Plee-Zing! Gelatine Dessert, 2 pkga. -_ t5c ONIONS, 3 lbs. __ ___---_________.w lOc
ClileMxllcal tMraetafw -
1 ::rUf.. ... Company Cocoa-Hob Nob restaurant, {Assorted flavors)

_ opened In larger quarters In Bell- Long Grain Fancy Honduras

FOOD FOR THE'FAMILY air Arcade building. P1ee-Zing RICE 5 Ib lSe
s. -
-- --------------
Y' TT i Is ant. easy to lay down speoifia diets for' everybody. Various {tutorsA
:enter into the constitution of a diet. A man doing manual labor can Rolled Oats kg -I Dc full lb. 1ge
p CHEESE ____
_ cream
utiliM more heavy food than an office worker. Old people need leas nourishment e ---- -
than those of middle age People in cold northern climates require

more meat and fat than those in (Tumbler in each pkg.) Best Grade White Bacon, Ib -e.....-. Be
warmer Countries A growing child) DIET roR YOONQ CaILDaC1t

needs more food proportionately than For children milk is 18cPleeZing
an adult to build up the growing body. still the very staple young article of their diet. Pure Creamery Butter, pound 24c Choice Cuts Beef Roast, lb. ____ ---

Good habits are easily formed In In addition they should have some a of sTRADI
cereal daily, fruit cooked! or .. juice lSMaltNo.2
childhood in respect-.inK"! well twice vegetables sad MARK R.a. Hamburger, lb. _.._..._______----.- -
..in other things. Often it Is bard to once or eggs
get a child to take certain articles oft some bread. At the youlI&er'agea .
food such as spinach (or other vegetables meat is not essential and usually the ) -45c Weiners lb. ___ _------ 15c
% '- --- -------
,cereals or fruits),which should child is better off without it. The ; can
1 be included in their dietary, Gentle tendency when too much meat and For lazy liver,stomach and 15c
f measures' are preferable to harsh ones other solid foods are given, is for the kidneys, biliousness, indi-, No. _'1'' Sliced Breakfast: Bacon lb.___--
i in this respect. The child should be child to drink leas milk.; Milk con.. geation constipation,head- Honey Boy Syrup, pt. bottle ___-_ lOc

induced to eat a small quantity of tains more vitamins and other con- ache colds and fever. Calif. Y. C. No. 2 1-2. 2 for 25c __ 15c
the article disliked: at first. Gradually, stituento, such as calcium which areessential Peaches, Smoked Sausage, lb. ___________
as a rule, the dislike will wear off and to growing\, child.QUESTIONSi I 10/ and 35*at, dealers.

t'' more and more of the article eaten ... ,- ,.. TOILET TISSUE, Cloth Crepe. Ham lb. ---- 30ePI
0. ------------ -
I
i.l with the diet. -

Above all, avoid discussing! diet In Say it with Flowers .Z. 3 rolls -21c 10e
AH and should
wives mothers ee- mg
I the presence of children. Do not say be able to answer these questions: ...- .. .. Pork RIbs, lb _______________ --
_ that this food ."good" while that is I.Should old people eat more or -
S' "bad/" eta. A better way would be less than those of middle age? Flowers For All
i to teach them by example by eating a. now can young children be CARRADINE'S A. H. GREEN J. \WHITE\ &. SON
p some of the food In question yourself Induced to eat food that I is good OccasionsGERTRUDE : .

in a manner that shows complete for them 5. Should meat be .,..... ,""' .. .. 1 Phone 62, Starke, Fla.
S enjoyment. given to very young children? LAWTEY, FLA. ,,Phone 86 St ar k e, Fla. w. CJan7, s GardHl

"'' In.this connection, It should also /ra..I..k OM.....I.L..... GODDEY We Carry Wilson &: Toomer and Field 8.. "dPAGE
be remembered that hunger Is the ANDERSON Winter JPeAO. Onion Seta Oats a
best sauce. A child who comes to the TWf fa 0* ttemtk .}a urte, cf 13rticbs Fertilizer-Also full line of Quality -
Bye
table hungry (ran outdoor exercise re UealA in O* Uom. Tin Phone 89 Waldo, Fla Seeds at Lowest Prices _
1 'is not likely tohico quibble about. the food 'I eih01 will bt ..t ChfZ.b., a* School .1

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L.niV OCTOBER. 21. .1932.. .. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.!: STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE FIVnBits !
------ -- ------------ -- -----=--- '" .' --- .. ..-- ..---.. ----_ -. .---.-.----.-- -.... .--- .---- .- -. -..- -'-' ---- .- -- rr
5d5f5Z4 Mrs.\ E. M. Johns and Mrs. C. A. f
. 1--Knight were visitors in Gaines DEMONSTRATE HOOVER PROSPERITY I II "'" d
tt ville Friday I -MIL TANT' MARY' ""

t ..
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of
s The teachers of the Bradford Wbt-n.l.wu.1 .
n; .:" i I 'r lq u, f;
County High School attending the '
'
t Central Florida Teachers' Association I younqldidnstundewtanJ

r j IDeal NCV f I in Gainesville Friday and Saturday .1 lb; '

i were: Principal L. A. Gray, <
I Mr C. W. Larson, Mrs. H. B. :Mci I : worldor'MENBut'now.I'do /J

Concerning Our People, Buiinctt and i Lendon. Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, Mrs. II I A ek
'T. T. Long, Mrs. F. Hudson, Miss ( x
Progress of the County and Town. Isabel Fernandez, Mrs. T.,.1. Alder-\
t r .
man, Mr. M. W. Morrow, Mrs AND OFT

Bynum Perkins, Miss Hazel Mid-
1 __0,..<,-",,,.,.,...-::-;;-----.. nu -- ______ dleton, Miss Rosalind Jacobs, Mrs. I 4 r. WISH THAT' [ t;

, H' WEATHER REPORT Mrs. E. H. Smith spent Sundayin 1 Randolph 13oree; Miss Eunice; Perkins I II WERE.YOUNG a

Jacksonville I Mrs. Herbert Hart Mrs. N. II I I
1 tr
I 1Jl.lI
A* compiled by SUrke branch, D. Wainwright Jr., Miss Edna Mae AGAIN/

if, S, Forestry Service* I'' Col. H. V. Knight attended courtin Strickland, Mrs. R. F. Demorest, I .rtaMuga ,

Week ending Oct 18, 1932. Gainesville recently. Mrs. H. C. Ritch Miss Madge Mid- .. _..
-
I
Date Max. MID. *"* dleton, Miss Hazel Underbill. Miss i
rt.KRK'S REPORT
1 |Oct 12 84 63 :Mrs. D. A. Montleth and Mrs. E. Olive Ray and Miss Willie Mae I Htark' Flu. Oct. 1, fU8. 1 S /
L. Biggs were In Jacksonville Friday Hinson. Report or the ClarK of Circuit ;
esa s Court In and for Bradford County,
.03 I Florida, on account of Taxes a......- ', I.e I- f
IS 74 70 ..61I for the year 11*. ,' t ,i
Kt A COIIRECTIONThrough ,: ,
I C. A. Knlirht tax colUrtnr.
I Oct 16 76 70 '15M : :Mrs. Dale Vansickel was the ('flue.F ....... ?)
! 17 84 70 guest ef Mrs. Osborne Williams of I ,8. I To liuluno iltia AUI(. t ._ .n8'.t aIn" I f '

l oct. 18 83 65: Gainesville last week. error the nameof A. J. Hoover prosperity has affected ways of travel Just as it-has everything else. The once popular automobile amt bal. duo rul. AUK.Mrpt. and II _Xrut.. .HI.I"8551.78Vino ..1.a", 1' t 1

I, Total rainfall for week, .69 in. Thomas candidates was for omitted county in offices the list, pub-of i J has In many cases been stored Under the shed or required to rattle on with one or two cylinders; functioning; I To bal. due Ann.<. K 1..rf. .u..-.. lUa.9': ) t' '

1 Mrs. W. J. Randall and son! Bill lished last week. Mr. Thomas Is ,When the mechanical parts failed to perform hundreds have been converted Into what Is popularly known., lly amt. rol. Auw. and Hcpt. 114111.aTTo 1

Mr. Henry Milton of Trenton Jr., of Jacksonville, were visiting, Democratic nominee for clerkof I "Hoover Bui rles." It I 1s a common scene to observe these conveyances; on the city streets and highways.The ; bat("0.due..'",1.oI"t.head. 80 arnO OrIJge, 11311.110 rl >,l '

J (visited friends In Starke Monday. here'Tuesday. I the circuit court .I picture here'has; caught a few days; ago on one of the city's. parking resen"" The people have accepted Tn hal due 5leleteneere AUK. 1 31X4.19.lly 'A,

I this means of Hooverlzlng Is seen from the v 17'r'I....h --( -nMi'., >'" nhcte, <'Aw.y. With amt. "u,. AUK. an J Kept 1000.05'6
Col. and Mrs. S. L. Scruggs of Miss Clara Louise Peek went to 1 Tu bal. due .......H. no I l... 4.5rttlonntr
I the guests of Mr. Monticello Wednesday to visit her] SCHOOL MONEY ARRIVES I Hoover Prosperity! Vote for Roosevelt"I HnlUlnv. 1 .
iflalnenville, were '
I I
To hal due AIIMT. 1 310.fit ,' kti
.
-
cousin, Mrs. Herbert!: Durden. I -- --- -" ---'--- ---' -
lard Mrs W. J. Epperson Tuesday. i 1I 1--- fly amt ttol.' AUK. and Sept.! lul.fll
: ::. /_ -- j I I To Iml.. ilua .dept SO 1BD.3Q: ;
-''-- -- o .
The Bradford County public e.."...,. "i Itant-4a..ere1. /' '
tin L A. Reynolds of Raleigh, Mrs. J, J. Rigdon and Mrs. Lacy school fund received $1961.00 this Ti. > Iml., due AuII' I 725; / 61 ')? j r

!Y. C Is spending several days Rigdon .. pent Wednesday in Jack I week from the state. The money These Men Direct Destinies of Florida Football Team! Ti lay amt hll,I. .linoI. AUK.Mcpi., and Si) 1'1"1' t>1. t un.lo!lt8.U r'r''f' 1

Jwlth relatives here this week. sonville. came from the $283,127 that was T.. bill. ', dun AUK 1 tI TI.8! 0,
-- announced recently would be dis- i ... ,
I My ,1. .1. \u/( and Kent 2870.74' 3
and Mrs. J. Brownlee spent A. E. Wall spent the week-end in I I ., ,
Mr tributed to sixty-seven county' ) Tn bal (lurHii.t Oil 3(109.74( 1' ,1
[Saturday in Gainesville with Judge Gainesville at the U. of F. with ''school Nalt-Mrhool nondcnl
systems.
To. lull duo AUK I 3D 111 elI
I.UKI Mt A. V. Long. Milton Brownlee, Jr. i I lly unit. "*,,1. Au,... and Nrpt' | t., ..ltino.H4T.i
hat due HI-IK.. 811!)' 1611:1.11': i6 9
TALK ON TREES t AvrlrnlluralTo Il
Mn Lonnie DeSha and daughter Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wilson, Mrs.J. I [I bet clue AUK. t XlO.fil

|f are visiting her parents D. Doyle and Dr J. W. Brownlee I fly... unit. r"l. AUK., un l Hpt.; 1S1.U1 q'
i'1' bal. dun Hptir.. 30 1GB..IIWlo.
| Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Struth.Mr. i were in Jacksonville Tuesday.Dr. (Dr. E. Porter Felt, Director i ......-. l-nifflon road|. I q; G'
The Bartlett Tree Research Laboratories Tn be I. dun' AUK. I ntit.51
Hy amt cul. AUK. end HiM)t. l&l.oi '
and Mrs. C. G. Arrcndell of and Mrs. J. B. Mamas of i Stamford, Conn.) | To bat du. .Hil.| ,10 ir.S.RO ,'
Lakeland, were'weekend guests of I Lake Butler were the guests Sun 'I The autumn is the time when I i iiuti..cnnilliiicTn j r'' 1, ,
'' bal. du. AUK. I ,.1HA8.94 ,
vines take their as'
[Dr. and Mrs.\ O. L. Haynes. day of Col. and Mrs. D. E Knight.Col. clinging places Sri, ily amt .-.--------.- : i I relatively conspicuous features of HKI.>I. an to imi. dun. _. nr.n.KD p
the landscape'. This is true'of the I lload A llrldv Inivrmt and .1.... ;', r
Leah Struth of Jackson-
Miss D. E. Knight was a.business II I.. Kiind 'p
IvUlt visited at her home here.last visitor in Green Cove Springs woodbine or Viglnla creeper. Its I To bill. duo. Au.... I _. ,10,11110.41, !
I flaming red appears in many unexpected co r try amt. ...I. AUK. 'and dept| 3JSII.HO j
week. Monday. It maybe I Tn bal duo tI..".. UII l ... ...T370.62 ;
a
places. on ,
U. W. AM'KHMAN.' ': i 1
Mrs. N. T. Ritch and Mrs. E. M. telephone pole, the trunk of a tree,,| Clerk Clrrult; <.'uu..'. r.
{
of
Mr. and Mrs. Broward Lovell
---- --
the branch of elm in .
in Jack- an or even
Johns are spending today
Iwavllle. Ocala, were visitors In Starke Fri the midst of a mass of red 'cedar.

I day. ..' The poison ivy, sometimes known CENT A WORD

I 'Mr. W. P. Smith is spending this as the poison oak, is easily distinguished -
Mrs. Geneva McCabe of Jack-
week in South Carolina visiting from the commonly asso-l
I friends and relatives. sonville spent Friday here with elated.Virginia creeper by its three COLUMN '
relatives.Mr. rather than five leaflets. It is com King Football has agape. loomed down upon the public, and Floridians are watching with Interest the ?--' _

Mrs. F A. Sweezy spent Sunday mon on many walls and fence rows. "Fighting Gators" of the University of Florida. Here is the staff that will seek to guide the 1932 edition of NTED--Prlce on ton Florida
and Mrs. Ted Stilley of ..the Orange and Blue to a successful Left to shelled corn. J. C. Manning
I In Mela tosh with Mr. and Mrs. J. Its brilliant green, though poisonous season. right: Head Coach Charles W. Bachman, End Coach t
Turnipseed.Mr. South Jacksonville, spent the wee-k-I foliage; Is luxuriant in summer "Dutch" stanley Backfield Coach Joe Holsmger "B'! Squad Coach Ernest Bowyer; Line Coach A. P. Pierson, Starke, Fla. It i4

end here with relatives I I and literally blazes in yellows I "B" Squad Coach BUI McBae. FOR SALK:--MlHBlonary strawberry .

-. :and reds as the leaves turn in ear' _. ._ "
and Mrs. M. W. Morrow and ---- ------ '---'- ---- --- plants. W. M. Munden,
I Mrs. D. D. Williams were visitors Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wainwright i ly autumn. I'I'i 1- TI \VEEK": KIIITUS CARD OF THANKSWe Brooksville City Market pur- Starke. Its s' .

|In Jacksonville Tuesday afternoon. were visitors in Jacksonville Frl The strangling coils of the bittersweet ,I Mr. and Mrs. S. M. McRae chased Austin truck.

:day. frequently choke the Starke, !girl Oct. 17,, want to thank our friends I WANTED-To get in touch with
Mr. and Mrs.'Jdw!: .rd Thornton for their loving kindness and ten
tree. It is IUP'-1 who have shell
Mil S. P. vandlvlere and small porting' Eustls Felgln's DepartmentStore growers paper
Mr. and Mrs. O. -K. Stansbury, Grlf.
Starke boy, Oct.-Wf: der care to father, Mr. M. O.
Iron known as Roxbury waxwork to selL F. A. Scott
,and Miss Madge Middle ton mo- undergoing extensive alter. pecans
Mr.and Mrs. Nathan Prevatt and ,
Itored to the State Farm Tuesday another of the'climbers' which attracts Mr. and Mrs. ..Levy Norman, ifs, and us, through his illness, and ations. Starke, Fla. Its
Miss Myrtle Reddish were visitorsto notice In the fall. The ber- Starke, girl Oct. 10. for the beautiful floral offerings.His .
r
Jto Whitaker. tNYon
Mrs. C. D.
see Cedar Key Sunday. ry-like; orange-colored fruit bangs Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Pringle. Children.' MAKE THIS 2TEHT' ,
-" Jacksonville Paul Smith Con-
In loose clusters and contributes a Lawtey girl, Oct. 13. need a bladder physic to / '
Miss Eva Rigdon returned Tuesday Mr. and :Mrs. Felton Varnadoeand striking note to many a fence row. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Norman, Law VIOLINIST-. AT PRESBYTERIAN struction Co., Haines City, received drive out Impurities and excessive i' l'

after spending two weeks In Mrs. E. K. Perryman motored Later those orange-colored fruits tey, boy, Oct. 18. CIIITRCII I $274,900 contract for construction acids that cause?Irritation, burnIng ";
,
I Jacksonville with friends and rela- to Jacksonville Monday and spent split open"free their seeds and appear -I I -i-- I of building on University of and frequent desire. Get a 25c 1
I lives. he.day. Miss Anita Courtmanch, Con- Florida campus. test box of BU-KETS 'the bladder
,
as' flower-like ornaments. P. T. A. MEET WEDNEDAVj: .. r {
.1. cert Master of ---- -- ---
Trinity Symphony physic, from any drug store.. After
be kept in houses thru HAS LARGE ATTENDANCEThe
They may I )
Mr. and Mrs. 'J. J. Canova an- Mrs. J. C. Robinson, Mrs. R. F. much of the winter. I --- Orchestra, first violin In the Friday PanamaCityW., L. Metcalf Four days If not relieved of getting )

I Bounce the birth of a son, Oct. Demorest Miss Vera Claire Robin- Parent-Teachers' AssoclaUon Musical Symphony Orchestra, reopened market on Fourth street up nights go back and get your h { '
114th. He has been named John son and Miss Bunnle Canova'spent The green briar and cat briar are I met first violin in the Jacksonville High money. BU-KETS, containing bu- C
Wednesday afternoon with an
[Julian Canova, Jr. Saturday IIi Gainesville. common In moist woods. They are unusually large atendance of pa- Schools Alumni Orchestra and I, St. Augustine-Mrs. Anna Pa- chu leaves, juniper oil, etc., acts on r
.- easily, recognized by the shining ,, radio broadcaster from WJAX for M' a'
trons and much- interest displayedIn cetti took over Uncle Joe's Filling the bladder similar to, castor oil on
Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Mrs. Effie Mrs. E. M. Davis and daughter green, broad leaves and especiallyby various IIch l"problems. the past two yeaars, will play two Station and ,Pig Stand. the bowels. If you are bothered I
[Miner and Mrs. W. E. Torode attended Jean, will spend this week-end in the green stems with those numbers at the morning service In with headache, or leg pains arising
The president! Urn" E. K. Perry-
I the funeral of Mr. O. J. Archer with Mrs: Davis' mother, sharp spines or claws which so effectually man, opened the"meeting. wi\h the First Presbyterian church ,October I I Tallahassee; :'" Bids received for. From bladder disorders you are

(Roberts in Jacksonville Friday. Mrs. Emma Anderson., prevent travel through and the audience sang 23rd. A cordial invitation Is construction of bridge across St. .I bound to feel better after this

.- many a woodland tangle. Their prayer"America, the Beautiful.' Bobby extended to everyone in the community j Lucie River on Road No. 4 in Mar-I' cleansing and you get your regular

Mr. Joe Wingo of Albany. Ga., Mr. and' Mrs. R. L. Epperson and thorns detain us in such an un. McRae, of'the, low first grade. recited to attend. tin county. ii sleep Mitchell's Drug Store says i t

I and Mr John Gill of Jacksonville, small son of Jacksonville, were din- comfortable and preemptory man- "Take a Tater and Wait" Miss Courtmanch was the violinist I 'I Buketa is a best seller., Sold by
I were week-end guests of Mr. and ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. ner that at the time we have noI after which Mrs. N.'D. Wainwright: selected from Lee High Panama City A. II. Brake, Mitchell's Drug Store. '

I lira.! J. M. Alvarez Epperson Saturday. eye for the nearby woodland beau- I! Jr., read a paper 'oh parents' and for membership In the National undertaker, adding second floor,to / _
-- ties. These briars, although apparently teachers' Influence. High School Orcrestra which met establishment.Lake II

Misa Evelyn. Stump and Miss Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hill of Jack native, are recorded as introductions Andrews two in Chicago March 23rd to 27th

I Cecelia Van Orden attended the sonville, spent the week-end with "S>f earlier days. They I vocal Mrs.number.J. W. "How So gave Fair,'' 1930, conducted by Walter Dam- Butler--.J. Kennedy open. I I FLORIDATHEATRE ,

I Florida-Citadel football game In Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wall at Kings- probably have been widely die (from Martha) and "Go to" rosch. Miss Courtmanch Is with Ing blacksmith and repair shop. j.
opera
[ Gainesville Saturday afternoon. ley Lake. tributed through the agency of her parent. on a farm two miles ---- jt
Lena Emmett .
Sleep, Darling ( ) '
birds. This latter is also true ofthe
east of Starke.
Apalachlcola Trinity Episcopal -
The National P. T. A president's (JAINESVILLE; FLA.
,
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Dew and Mr. Miss Lola Adkins, Miss Lula Virginia creeper, the poison Ivy message was read by Mrs. F, H. -- 4 church to start work shortly .. .. ciPROGRAM
-- ---- -- -
Frank Ward of Jacksonville, were Redgrave and A. Z. Adkins, Jr., and the bittersweet. The birds and "A Mother's Duties 1"Inetta.-Work under way on on parrlsh house.JacksonvilleQuality.
Long
WEEK OCT; 20th
liuests Gainesville af feed upon the fruit and scatter the school .
and Mrs. motored to Tuesday building.BrooksvilleWork
1 I. D. Green.Saturday of Mr ternoon.Mr. seeds widely, only a portion falling I was read by Mrs.. H. V. Knight. to start (iconon ; Shoe Salad -.....,........... ---
Mrs. Hart's
W. H. grade had the
favorable to THURSDAY &i FRIDAY 1
where conditions are addition to
new
cemetery.
formally opened.
largest number\ of patrons present? .
Mr. W. W. and growth. Birds are important planters I HAROLD LLOYD a
and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe and and Mrs. Page and -- --
I was presented with bbwl/fcf
p. I
lies A. C. of Jacksonville, spent of fence rows as well as efficient InKMOVIE '
Durden of Tampa, were son Billy, narcissus bulbs. Mnw.Mart's grade
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. L. the weekend here with Mrs. Page's enemies of insect pests. CRAZY"
i
BelL8ley for several days this parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. --- .---- I i had Miss eighteen Olive Ray's patrons grade present was a close and If At the Helm, .lie of Need Jj I --SATURDAY-. _.. ... (

week. ,
Struth.
second with seventeen'patrons.Mrs. II
t HE LOOKS GOOD J. M. Alvarez discussed, "AGE OF CONSENT"With +
Mrs.. J. E. Jordan, Mr. and Mrs. Misses Pearl and Mabel Reddish plans for the year' health work I 4' '

I. W. Harrison and Mrs. Roy Jordan and Mrs. William Lance and little and Mrs. a. H. Lowry, membership KLINE JUDGE

of Wrightsville, enroute to son Billy, of Jacksonville, spent chairman, talked of plans for a ERIC LINDEN -
Lakeland, will spend tonight (Frl- the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. I. membership ryt ----.-.-.-

day), with Miss Pearl Jordan. J. Reddish. Principal U can"a A. Gray, ; gave an excellent Monday Only-On tho Starje j

,
inspirational talk along VAUDEVILLE AND SOUTH
Mr. and Mrs. A. Griffin, Miss Miss Thelma Silcox Miss Lena a-" lines of school work. ERN IWEVITIEH''

Norma Griffin and Miss Marguerite Belle Shepard and Miss Melba Sil- 1 --.IIof

Hargarves of Waycroes, Ga., cox attended the Central Florida -I, SECOND DISTRICT LEGION On th.. Srrern

Were guests Sunday of Dr. and Teachers association In Gainesville I CONFERENCE AT LAKE CITY ..Aryp "CONGOIuLI.t"TUESDAY
>lIts. E. L. Biggs.Mr. Friday and Saturday.Mrs. 7 'I"r, alarv. I --....... -

The second district conference A WEDNESDAY

and Mrs. R. J. Davis and J. F. Colley returned home 1, of the American Legion! and Auxiliary HOT SATURDAY"With

dIlugbtrrs, Ida Lulu and Marjorie, Sunday from Hendersonville, N. of Florida will be held in the '

lpent Sunday at Daytona Beach, : C.. after a visit of several weeks. t Blanche Hotel In Lake City, Sun.. NANCY CARROLL t CARY

With lir. and Mrs. B. P. Smith and I Mr. J. F. Colley. Mr. Ray Colley, I day, Oct. 23. AU who wish to at. # f ,, GRANT
(
rand Mrs. Rufus Tatum. :Misses Katie and Virginia Fugate tend from the Jones-Langford- __ I ______.... ._____..... _n_ $
motored to Jacksonville Sunday I White Post, get In touch with Com- COMING OCT. 27-28
Mrs Ji Z. Anders and children : to.meet Mrs. Colley. mander L. D. r
morning Vining.REPUBLICANS
ted \ I ...>... rp- WILL ROGERS ,J'
lira II
B. ....
Kite went to Lake I In
City. Wednesday to visit Mrs. An- Congressman R, A. Green delivered MEET. AT LAKE I "DOWN TO EARTH
"
brother Mr. Oscar Strickland an address on Immigration It

Who >Is very W in the. Veteran's and Communism over WJAX, Jack- |I A meeting of Clay County Republicans tbnr
KPltal there. '' I held* at Strickland's .
sonville, Tuesday and Wednesady was '

the spoke over WRUF, Gainesville, landing at Klngsly Lake :Monday. *,.._at r 014 w, :444l t City Barber Shop
k'rdia 1drs >1 w!: 3- and Mr.: in behalf of the entire Democratic +s j Speakers for. *th, ..occasion! were ,

Roberts of Trenton, spent : ticket. | Grant VanZant'' of Green Cove war N.'As I
konday at the home of Mr. and [ Springs, John F. Harris, national -
3rs' G. W. and friend, committeeman, from of I tR
!Rob Alderman. Mr. Mardis Miss Evelyn Florida :. Beauty Parlor
*rts has accepted position at Miss Cecelia Van Orden of the F. Palm Beach and Dr, George Henry )ri I

i'penln.s Drug: Store. S. W. C; at Tallahasseespent the I Bradford of Miaint.. r ... ,

?tf, kIa. "'T'J week-end with Miss Stump's parent The meeting WM attended by t WILL, REMAIN: 'OPEN{
Vesta 'Pi iwit of Feroani"Pent : :Mr. and Mrs." F. F. Stump. BOBBY TBEADGOLD I Mr. and Mrs. H.. II. Young ,of .. .

kd.' the'wek-end here with When they returned Sunday after Playing his second season with the .Starke. ; .... ,..""r", .:'/188 'Pearl Manning i
Ruth 8tan- 'They were noon they were accompanied: as far University of Florida Treaditold has I' eI -- "e 1W .
g thoee attending the 1"'lor.' as Late City by Mr. and Mrs. shown unusual development this faIL I Orlando Armory building OperatorPermanent
aedM football In and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. He probably. will see a greats deal of Court street, being razed to make
Stump .
game Halfback: position. Waves, f 3JSO, $j.ML( '
Saturday MltchelL. action at the right way for business project-.- and "UOpn.RJ1a ;

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1.. GE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH 8TARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY OCTOBra: ZII,
itlth
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i 4, !T The funds grew with
!V..AI'J1. :nonM.: : m cf years and this week were III(
2. ,4, WRUF FARM HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES I to buy the church a complete coin
1 1
II I munlon service.Sopchoppy .

: FARMERS SECTION "The Voice of Florida" t I I Weekly Specialist from Home, Tallahaaeee Demonstration I LIVE STATE NEWSNews The

J school stands a chance toca! hi*.

Gainesville Fla.-Radio talks for of Florida I in Short ara $280 for a little extra of

:, a#,, Conducted by Demonstration Agents Florida farmers will be given by THE HOT SCHOOL LUNCH .pbs" "J protection. Officers of effort the III fire
College of Agriculture workersover Farmer Chapter of Future
j} state radio station WRUF at boys m rye
S ) Various conditions have createdthe school
recently signed
a ? a :
... __ noon each day next week: and each demand for lunches served at -: ----_ __ -u_ with the Florida contnc
.. .. -- Forest
-
..
) morning at 9:43, EST, a 15-mlnute school; the distance from home to agreeing to Se"'ict"
sponsor the
t 1 chat to homemakers will be givenby Sarasota- Judge Albritton said but new people moving in from protecu
school, the abolition of the long of a unit of 7000
Closer Farmer-City Bulbs Offer Quick states to be under the acres of land j
the Home Demonstration Agent. lunch hour which allowed the chil- Saturday he would sign'a final di- other seem jacent to the ed
Cooperation Urged Easy 'Way to Have Schedule for the farm talks, to dren time to go home for a leis- vorce decree during the day for Impression that power and light woods fires, school and prevent t

i At Agents' Meeting Flowers All Year come between noon and 12:45: follows urely meal and the fact that some Mre. Prlacllla Willard against companies are regulated in Flor- per acre at the receiving end of four ceals

I children cannot get lunches at Frank Wlllard nationally known ida as they are in most other statesIn year for each unburned the flaw
Sat., Oct. 22-Florida Farm cartoonist author of Moon Mulllns the Union.Tallahassee. acre The
Gainesville Fla.-Closer cooperation -: Gainesville Fla.- Bulbous plants home because their parents are Future Farmer Chapter
News and Hints. Farm Editorial employed, or do not appreciate the Mrs. Willaid alleged extreme cruel is havia
between buajneaa people of offer the Florida gardener possiblythe a telephone line strung to gf
cities and towns and farmers of easiest and quickest way of securing -I Snapshots. value of hot lunches. In some instances ty. The Willards have lived here A long wooden James Island station for the
the rural sections was urged by bloom for flowers every dayIn Mon., Oct. 24-The Control of street venders' have been for the past several winters.TallahasseeCandldates bridge across the Ocklocknee riv- tlon with the watchman co-opera

"c George H. Baldwin member of the the year H. Harold Hume of I Pumpkin Bugs on Citrus-J. R. allowed to sell their wares to the er on road 19 at the Leon-Liberty tower there. on the

is State Board of Control who spoke the Experiment Station and Col- Watson. "Economical: Citrus Fertilization school children. In other localitiesthe of the county line collapsed in the river ,

s w' before 70 Florida county and home lege of Agriculture stated in a recent -Dr. R. W. Ruprecht. unwholesome foods stands or communist party in Florida appealed halting motor traffic on the only Orlando-Malcolm B Sterrett,
demonstration agents In annual radio address over WRUF. Tues, Oct. 25-Cutworms and shacks have provided the school last week to the supreme courtto direct route between the two coun chairman of the Orange county Re.

,+ conference here last week. There is a best time to set each Their Control-J. R. Watson. Farm child with "hot dogs" hamburgers, force Secretary of State R. A. ties. The bridge was located just publican executive committee, saw

s He along with workers from the group of bulbs. Evergreen sorts Question Box. and cheap candles. Gray to certify their names for a below the Ocklocknee dam of the in a radio speech here last week
Wed., Oct 26-How to Have Fine Wise Food Habits the ballot for the Florida Power Company. It long that when W. J.
p'ate'';, United States Department of Agriculture do best when set in warm weather. place on printed Howey announce
and state extension lead- Those that go to rest In spring Winter Lawns-Geo. E. Rltchey. The school lunch should represent November general election. The had been condemned but was kept his withdrawal from the Republl

e.i, ers and research workers, spoke ton and start growth again in autumnare Primer for Town Farmers. wise selection, a' high stan- Supreme Court did not act ImmedIately open pending completion of a new can state campaign committee he

h and conferred with the agents, best planted now. Those that Thur., October 27-Getting Win- dard of preparation cleanliness, upon the petition for a man- bridge about half a mile down- "released all Republicans from)

''t8''s commending them for the way become dormant in autumn shouldbe ter Eggs-Norman R. Mehrhof. equipment, service and desirable damus writ because only two of stream. Travel between Tallahassee any party obligation to support

they are getting down to the facts planted during! winter. Control of Roup and ChlckenpoxDr. surroundings. These combined the six justices were In the city and Liberty county will be him." Mr. Howey must assume

I 1, amidst present troubles and help- For winter flowers the narcissus E. F. Thomas teach the child wise Mood habits, routed by way of Quincy pending full responsibility for his violation
to
Fri., Oct. 28-Breeding Hogs social attitudes and create a of the of to
Ing the farmers and homemakers with Its many varieties, L. right Jacksonville-A criminal court opening new bridge. allegiance his party, tot
group
Markets-Dr. A.
Hit the Best
+ to solve them. may be planted now. The small Plans for Wintering Beef preference for good food properly jury last week aquitted F. C. abandon all just claim to the sup

"No city or town can reach its narcissi with four to a dozen pow- Cattle-W.Shealy. J. Sheely. served and a distaste for other Browning, J. A, Coppedge, Sr., and Tarpon Springs Probably the port of seventy-five" thousand R-
,1 fullest development without a good ers on each stem is represented by I + lunches sold by venders. Good W. F. Bunch, former county school largest fish ever to be caught here,, publicans, Sterrett said In an ad.
1y and prosperous' agriculture within Paper White, Pearl White Grand I food habits taught to the child at board members charged with em- a two-ton near whale was broughtInto vance text of his speech made

y ,. reach." he said. "With people mov- Sollel d'Or Chinese Sacred and HOME! DEMONSTRATION school are often .Introduced Into bezzlement In connection with this port Saturday and was available to newspapers. His ai

ing from city to farm as a result Grand Monarque. Paper White COUNTY AGENT WORK the home. school building repair contracts involving displayed at the Gause Fishing Co. sumption that Democrats will volt

of economic conditions, county and planted now should bloom, in six MORE NECESSARY NOW The school lunchroom also might $25,000.: The ,jury deliberated The deep-sea creature, a monster for him because he was betraYed

home demonstration work Is needed to eight weeks. To prolong the well be regarded aa a social be- one hour and a half. Two blackflsh said to be a first cousin by Republicans is an Insult to the

i as never before He urged the season they may be planted at intervals (By Spuds Johnson.) havior laboratory, as well as a charges against the defendants yet to the whale was foundered on the intelligence and honor of Democrats
to let citizen knowof of two weeks until December County and home demonstration health center. It provides oppor- remain. shoals of North Anclote Key ," the speaker said
,, agents every agent work is needed now aa never tunity and practice for lessons in _
and The other varieties should Thursday afternoon, with two
the work they are doing
before according to George H. courtesy consideration and responsibility Morriston They burled the
r ; s a added "You are doing a splendid furnish bloom until March Baldwin, prominent Jacksonville ; things that make for Tallahassee-Miss Ethyl Hallo- smaller members of its kind. Unable "world's fattest woman' In the

work and when the people realize I I Such Poetaz varieties as Admiration business man as quoted in the good citizenship. These are also op- way of Milton, |a paying her way I I to extricate themselves from peaceful little Pleasant Hill cemetery
r f' what accomplishments are Jocondeare Florida State for the sand bars and get into the
you Green Forbes and press recently. Seems to me there portuntiea for teaching of proper through College here last week while 200
'' making will have no trouble in'' desirable. Other satisfactory Women with canned Miss'deeper water or North channel the folks"
you also is pretty much truth in the state- health habits personal; hygiene pears. "home who knew her as
securing cooperation." that should be plantednow Halloway a former demonstration three big fish expired after hoursof
I I ones ment. good conduct towards one's neighbors "Allle" Blitch stood silently by
F/ C. L. Chambers, southern field are Sli Watkins Emperor In recent years the trend of self-control promptness un- worker In Santa Rosa county canned terrific death struggles. with bared heads. Ten pallbearer

representative for the Department King Alfred White Lady and the population in the United States has selfishness, and thoughtfulness.A I the* pears herself and personally carried to the grave the triple-sized<

', of Agriculture, explained that eco (I sweet scented Jonquilla and Od- been from city to country. It was delivered them to the college Tallahassee'public wood yard casket containing the body of Mn
Well Planned Meal
nomic condjtlons throughout the orus rugulosus. In west Florida just the opposite for many many kitchens The pears were acceptedIn has been opened in this city by Alpine Blitch McGarrey, who i dJ
country had not held back the I this group Is very much at home. years until recently. And now, as The school lunch should be It lieu of cash for board and tuition I Chales Deeb, proprietor of a local last week in Richmond while tray-

,yi progress of extension work, and Some of the other bulbs that people are moving from cities to wellplanned The meal should and well be made pre- and are being served on the tables grocery and Fred Hartsfield. Ev- cling with a carnival show. EhJ(

that people are more than ever should be planted now,are Roman the country as a result of the eco- pared. menus and of the college dining room. I ery unemployed person who asks weighed 772 pounds In contrasto
of foods that
? realizing the Importance of county hyacinth for December and Jan- nomic situation, they will need the up are simple for something to eat is sent to the the shrill cries of barkers i and
and home demonstration work. Dr. Snowflakes to easily digested; Coffee pastry Jacksonville-Mayor Alsop has wood aid offered
uary bloom Spring help of county and home demon- yard a square the blatancy of side-show bannei
buns and '
cinnamon
u P4' F Wllmon Newell director of the flower in March, Spring* Star onstratlon agents very much. And, doughnuts rich iced cakes* should be put his foot down on two practices'of !(I meal in return for a few moment's funeral services were simple. The

I Florida Agricultural Extension Flower for March and April bloom, as Mr..Baldwin suggested they never high school and college students labor In sawing wood. The wood folks who attended knew In childhood .
served in the school lunchroom.Milk
;''ter Service, commended the agents for Easter lilies, and Freesias. The will need help not only to get In the celebration of their football lis sold to householders to pay for the woman upon whom countless -
9 the fine spirit in which they were latter may need some protection in started or re-started In the gameof green vegetables, fruits salads victories. The mayor expressed a u I the food consumed by the unemployed thousands had paid to look
Graham rolls and whole wheat 'I
f carrying on in the face of presentS the northern part of the state. farming and rural homemakingbut desire for students to enjoy themselves hungry. It remains to be and It was only friendship for
S bread should comprise the solid I I
5; trying conditions. also in the game of citizenship. and celebrate as enthusiastically -,seen whether or not the enterprise "Miss Allle" that brought them
Soil for bulbs should be prepared basis of the menus. The lunch meal
fi Ii! New officers for the county and about eight inches deep and should Months or years without a job will should furnish from one-fourth to as they desire except for II I will..pay Its way, although various out to pay their last respects,

d home demonstration Agents' Association have about a two-inch layer of : try the spirits of the best of us, one-third of the day's food. those two practices which are ta- (I welfare charitable agencies are us- .,
Go 1 T' J -
'
of "
S' were elected. Frank L. into It. Ma- and place us in need of encourage- booed. They are: backfiring ing Its facilities.
humus incorporated
S One of the greatest problems in
'' Holland Pollt county, was named About 2 ment as well as help. motors and running across red
Is not preferable.
nure student feeding is Inducing chil- I
{S president; Mrs. Grace F. Warren 1-2 pounds of a commercial fertilizer Those of us who are familiar dren to select foods they need. This lights. TItUSVlllege of 24824. ATLASThe
!..G' ayyl Alachua county vice-president: about a 5-8-10 analysis with the work of county and home cannot be done by forcing but thru Wauchula..Tb"tooth 81 in the office of the clerk of the
} and Miss Pearl Laffltte Duval should added to each 100 demonstration agents know the : of an an- circuit court of Brevard county
be
square the appeal to the In plan- I
county secretary-treasurer. tremendous value of this service. I eye. cient elehpant, its ,caudal verte- ,was shown in the state auditor's
A e feet.Small bulbs be planted close We have received aid in our pro- ning menus counter displays and brae and fragmentary pelvis and report made public here. The big Standard Oil
PLAN NOW FOB CAYANA may the psychology of color must be, a selection of Caloosahatcheemarl of the is in
in duction and marketing problems large gest portion shortage
while those about two inches
Into consideration. Foods
taken
sl CANE FOR PLANTING; I diameter should be spaced six to which has meant real money to us. were obtained by State Geol-I funds shown as reported to the Tire GuaranteedOne
should be varied in character as
: RESISTS MAIN TROUBLES 'inches Most bulbs Our homes are better and our com- ogist Herman Gunter and assis- state comptroller! but not remitted.The .
eight apart. hot and cold, soft and crisp, dark
munities are more desirable as a tants on a recent field trip. The county is due directly from YearFrigidaire
to equal
should be planted a depth ,
and Avoid colors that clash.
S ; Gainesville, Fla.-The time to times their diam- result of this work. light. geologists were unable to get more I the funds $5,81014 in excess Income -
} to three or four -...Anna Mae Sikea.
1p, ; plan for Cayana 10( sugar caneS eter. With such evergreens as However, It is true that more of of a bone deposit, discovered recently that should have been turnedIn ...N.N.NeeN.
planting material Is now and' Ca I Amaryllis hybrids and Crlnuma us should know about this work NUMBER COWS DOUBLED near Wauchula because the report stated. Of the balance -

yana has proven to be the best for however, the necks or crowns and should know that the servicesof most of the parts were in an ad- 17827.18 la due the state

_ ;' syrup and forage purposes of all should not be covered. The ground the county agent and home dem- Klssimmee, Fla. There are vanced stage of disintegration. on tax redemptions and 1187.49

r .S varieties and hybrid strains tested should be kept moist but not wet. onstration agent are free to us. twice as many family milk cows in' Is due individuals on unearnedcost
+ r'' at the Florida Experiment Station Mr. Hume has prepared a pam- The people over at the Experiment Osceola county now as there were Tallahassee-A state conventionof deposits to August 1.
according to W. E. Stokes, agron- Station tell that the Peoples Party was advertised -
c S to to me occasionally
bulbs
phlet listing the plant five years ago, reports Miss Albina, the three year guar-
ya: omist. have bloom 12 months in the year, they receive letters from farmers Smith home demonstration agent. to be held on the lawn of the i Jacksonville-The acting Secre-

; Growers will be banking planting and free copies may be obtained who are under the impression that capitol here. But nobody appeared tary of War, CoL Frederick H. 'anted electric refrigerator -
: : material soon, and next spring at from the Experiment Station, the county agent would charge South Jacksonville Setzer'a and so there was on meeting. Con- Payne, approved the allotment re-

s.( ; planting time farmers may be un- Gainesville them for giving them suggestions. Stores, No. 6 on St. Johns avenue rad Reno of Daytona Beach sign- centy of $375,000 for the Intracoastal -
,) able to get material for planting This la an erroneous Impression opened short time ago. ed the published advertisements as waterway Jacksonville to MI-

unless they have arranged for vllle Fla.About the work Is supported by federal -- chairman of the People's Party national ami, Fla. He also approved ,the
someone to bank It for them. Ca- SO cane varieties are be- state and county funds, and the Crestview committee. The advertise- following allotments of funds:
Construction
I near-
S I yana, Mr. Stokes said has proven ing tested at the Experiment Station services of the agents are without Ing completion on Shoal River, ment said delegates would be $20,000 for the maintenance of For sale bySmith's
resistant to nematode and moslac now and close to a hundredwill cost to individuals.We elected tq a national convention to dredging in the narrows In Santa
bridge, five miles south of town.
the two troubles which are now be in the tests next ,year at should by all means use the be held In Des Moines, Iowa October Rosa Sound Florida; $12,000 for

I making it almost out of the question Gainesville and at the West Flor- services of the agents in counties Chlpley-A. P. Williams open- 18.Orlando. new work in connection with the I Service

4 to grow the old cane varieties ida Experiment Station, Quincy I I where they are working. ed dry goods 'store in building -- ;- > nine-foot project in the New Or-

kt Farmers who are unable to make Mr. Stokes said.Remo.Ieling i S next to JitneyJungle.Fort -- September weather leans-Sabine River section of the
S i4 plans for planting material now I MANATEE TRUCK GROWERS conditions were favorable to Flor- Louisiana-Texas intracoastal wa-

should get In touch with their of clothes will be TURN TO DIVERSIFICATION Myers Trescott-White ida crops In most parts of the state terway; and $16,400 for emergencylevee StationStarke

s' U ., county agent or write the Agricultural easier this fall due to the small- Corp. New York received contractfor the local bureau of the federal de- repairs on the south bank of

p, Extension Service, Gaines piece patterns now in style. Bradenton, Fla.-Truck Bowers construction of proposed post partment of agriculture said.' Pea the Red River below Moncia La.
I e. In Manatee\ 'county nuts sweet Fla.SNERVES.
are paying office at cost of $104,899. sugar cane, potatoesand ,
more attention than ever beforeto other staple crops suffered! Miami-Miami police Saturdaywere -. -.
diversification says County some damage and the prospective under a temporary injunction -

+ Do You Know? + I Agent John Henry Logan. Instead ISAVE JOHN RUSKIN yields of these crops was reduced, signed by Circuit Judge Paul D.

.y of depending on one crop, like tomatoes the report said. Heavy rains in Barnes restraining them from en- ! CIGAR
celery, lettuce or peppers,, BANDS South Florida delayed planting but tering the offices of the General

many growers are planting more supplied needed moisture for truck : News Bureau Inc., "unlawfullyand

2 :, than one of these and adding such, ; Ask dealer crops. without warrant or authority.'"
new crops as strawberries your Offices of the bureau which dispensed -
bers, beans and escarole. cucum-j for new; PremiumCatialoi Sanford-The approach of an- racing Information were

tention also is being given More other celery season is being heralded raided by police some time ago at

I ,'," <", ducing food for the family and' locally by the early arrivalof which time three men were arrested -

t 1 1R 1h 1r feed for the livestock, he said. r Huvuiia to- produce buyers who make this and charged with unlawful possession -

w bnbco is now city their winter home during the of gambling devices. At-
DAIRYMEN GROW, ROUGHAGE season. At least 15: prominent torneys for the company maintained -
used in JOHNRUSKINmaking buyers have already returned to that the raid was made withouta t 1

Ocala Fla.-Dairymen' in :Mar- Sanford and are now getting their search warrant.JacksonvilleA. <
h lon county are trying more andrtnore homes and apartments ready for

to grow all of the roughage it the greatest occupancy, as well, as contacting reward of $25: t

their cows will consume reports I S cigar' value at 5c. customers and associates relativeto awaits the person who tells Petef r
w County Agent Clyde. H. Norton. the shipment and sale of their H Miller\ collector of Internal revenue -

Depending on cola cowpeas, velvet ., Smoke the size produce. During the season about the name of the person guiltyof

Iz beans ensilage, and pasture, manyof you prefer 73 buyers operate from the city. smearing oil on a huge pictureof
the dairymen have cut tllelr feed 6, -- President Hoover. Miller said In
bill so that cottonseed meal Is the 't Perfecto Extra or Jacksonville
The TwelveFif- a published advertisement Satur
main Item in It. Wherever possible e.n, Panetela. teen Club a luncheon organization day: "I offer a reward of $25 for .u P TO yom' :ft.b: tSNioa sarise.ery --

: they are allowing the cows to bar here that takes Its name from the satisfaction leading to the arrest nerve the wil
I vest the crop In the Held. time of Its weekly meetings has and conviction of the person or Ne wonder you snap children.at
and bark: at the
adopted a resolution endorsing efforts -,, persons who, between the hours of Watch out! Over+v rt"
Carbon-bisulfide is cheap stuff $ NOW to have the Southern Confer- S and 7 o'clock on Friday, October serves may lead to S18f'Pa' "
but It's almost invaluable when It ence '''rescind its rule prohibiting 14, smeared crank case oil upon EMM. Nervoaa Headache.aaslndiffeation N""tl

__ saves about 20 percent of the broadcasting of football games my porch and upon the picture of and a hat
stored corn crop from weevils, saysJ. MORE HAVANA played by conference member In- Herbert Hoover president of the other unpleasant dlstar'baOJ(I!
R. Watson entomologist with stitutions. The resolution termed United States while it stood upon Why don't you try DrMerveaeeat Tablets-

>" I the Florida Experiment Station. rnrrn.aaaa the conference order "an Iniquitous {the porch of my residence." Nerrtae half g1a/s ?
ti: Ten pounds per 1,000 cubic feet of lli ruling. Howard Kerry,'who intro- Just makes ODe m a pleasant, ,Part'
_ rub r space. In a tight crib will -do the iyhtl duced the resolution said the I Tallahassee'::;:The last, wish of water Hag drink delightfully a soothte. *
... w&rk. MILD/0
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Repeat the application ei if 9 / Southern Conference action was : six-year-old Mazon Floyd who to ever-taxed nerves.
weevils'show) up again. "mercenary.' ; died here 35 years ago has been Dr. MIW Nervine >Is "3
.- bsr made fat two *orms-LJqnUKfferreaerat
II carried out. The little lad had
Dade JoHtiRaskin Bo+
City-Dade City Bargain Tablet.
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.. Tallahassee Eugene S. Matthews saved $7.50. He was keenly interested '
el Store opened in building formerly chairman of the State Railroad in, his Sunday schol work at the same aootbJnlf.--.wre
V occupied by Wm. Friedman and Commission. In a prepared the Presbyterian church and on his .Lla _

It was In this old Ivy mantled store near Victoria "British' Sons. statement last week said the commission I death-bed he told his grandmother [ ,:;.. ,...
;' j THAT ., that Robert W. Service, world famous as the peat of the has no jurisdiction over that he wanted his money "to go to
r p Klondike, wrote his first accepted poem! He was then employed as a Stuart William H. Shepherd power and light companies. "Citizen God." The grandmother placed the
and lived 'In attic bedroom above It. The present CIGARS SATISFY
{ Jerk In the store an purchased France Apartments on /r
historical' who have resided in the state money In the hands of the bo"lSunday NERVIEr"'r".rr''I"'V
w"ua of the property ere preserving the building as an Frazier Creek In
.Mument.ei ( Beaaey Addition > IOc SMOKERS for some time" the statement said, school teacher who deposit
of I ;
e city from A. W. France. "probably are aware of this fact. ed the funds In *.bank at Interest.



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OCl'UtlEr.. 21,1032: BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKR FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN

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)-i. Sf'yfr f>f thin amendment tin
.* i: commandments should teach Florida, towllNKU .Id d.r. I '
_" or issued here totaled .
during August .
iif' **+ 'f SEH Section IB Tp. T a P. H KNIGHT unty i timmlsHlonerM if the < \
Wffi'I men to do so? (Continued.) $960. n !3 East. containing 40 acre.. : 10-7-IH-U-4 Spatial: Master oral counties of this stiilx' nhall divide ( I 'i,1,
The assessment. of said property ------ their respective. enmities' Into P y'
under. the said certificate issued was NOTICE OF KLKCTIO five commissioner distracts. ta bnnumbered
PRESBYTERIAN: Boynton-C. C. J{eichline, Lake In the name of unknown.. I To the Sheriff of Bradford County respectively from one to :
Vv five, Inclusive. and each district
I'nless. said certificate shall be of the State of Florida:
Worth purchased assets of closed redeemed. according' to law tax deed Be It Known. That I, It. A. GRAY hall ba a* nearly an possible equal 1 4
Services Sunday, October 23, as Bank of Boynton.aOTICE ...llIlnu. thereon on the tlat day of Secretary' of State of the State of In proportion to population, and 1,
feet and
wad it a amp auto my light unto my puk-Psalm 119:105.: follows: .-- --.- October, A I>. 1 32Iiated : Florida do hereby give notice that aOEYEIIAL thereafter there shall ba. In each ofeach
districts a county citmmlsalon* '
this 28th day. of September HMCrTlOVwill
All religious teaching, doctrine or 10 a. m. Sunday school T. S. : rillCOIlOHNNolle TO HKBTOIHM< > A, 1), 11)32.) I bo held. In Bradford County. er, who shall ba elected by the qualified t

I'' P14r1 1A P6u weed, if they are to have any claim Williams acting supt. .lii. hereby given that All (Seal) Clerk O. W.of AT.DKUMAN Circuit!: State of Florida the first, on Monday Tuesday In nextaucceedtng November time elector and place nf of said voting county for: at other the bt } t( 1

'th love, loyaltythe Christtwhoee people in harmony with 11 a. m. Morning worship sermon all creditor persons, legratee havln. distributee claim aftralnatI and. Bradford County co..rt-I' A. D. 1132. the said. Tuesdayb'i"lOHTH countv" officer, and shall. hold his
words fit Intevery fold and crevice .aO-5t-- office for four years; provided, however ry
by the pastor. estate of Uuy C. Cady deceased the commissioner
that county
Inhuman heTHI9 of whom it wa Bald in John 7:46,NEVER MAN 6.30; p. m. Christian Endeavor. I are hereby requested to present ---- HAY OF NOVEMBER elected. In the general election In '
their. claim to the lion. Oon. A. 1VOTICH! OF APPIICATIOV FOil For Unlt.d State Senator from 1932 from the even numbered dlstrlcto I' +,
IPAKE Topic What Attempts Have Been' narcllner. County Judge of Brad TAX DEEDNonce the State e of Florida, for six year shall nerve for two year, and ''
of Bradford and Union counties are Invited to use this den Made to Solve the Liquor Problem ford County, Florida, for the approval la e that William from March 4, 1S38 Elector those from the odd numbered. district ''L
pMtora within one year from t* : le..InT Certificate For seven (7) Presidential and
Mahler, for four
shall serve year
t for news of church activities, cramtonal nd announce* and With What Results?' Leader hereof, or this notice will be "I'1a In No. 354 6th day of August A. *. thereafter the terms shall .be four

Space freely given and no charge y requirement Prof. M. W. Morrow bar thereto, and all persons Indebted D. 1>2', has filed said certificate For Representative In Congress.State year The powers, duties and compensation
ouch Items reach thla office before Wednesday morning to laid. ..tte are requested to pay. In my office and made applicationfor of Florid at large In the of such counts comirlsslonern '
g hat 7:30: p. m. Union service at the theirnld delite forthwith to theundcrnlinrd In Seventy-fourth Congress. ut the United he law
cannot be handled for current Imiue. tax deed to Issue thereon acoordanc shall prescribed by y yA
>l lee they Methodist church. No service In executrix with law Said certificate Slate JOINT RKHOLUTION: Proposing
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--- ---- --- ---- ---- This loth day of For Keprenenatlve of the SecondCongressional I
Hepteinher IBIS. ., '
1 and
embraces the following" described an Amendment to "Section to
suggest?" this church this evening except Bits FLORA B. CAISY. In Bradford county lstrlct of the State' Section 4 of Article V ft the Constitution f 'f+
-SO-9t-U-15.. Executrix. Flo Idea of Florida In the SeventyFourthCongres "
Young People's Society. towUV4 of Florida Relating to uF'
One book
down ten "don'ts"for
SCHOOL lays \ of KU of 59214 of NW<4 Section of the United States the Judiciary Department.BR l M+
SUNDAY I the use of parents, like thetle."Don't Prayer meeting Wednesday at \lTRR'! 11\8.111 14 Tp. 8, South Range S3 East For Uovernor of the Slat' of Flor.ids. IT RKKOl-vrcn HY THW T.tea lit- '
LESSON lie to children 7:30: p. m. NOTICE I I. hereby given that untlrr containing 10 acr..... '.: I.ATITKI1 OF TUB STATE) OF
your nor and t>v virtue nf a final decreeof The assessment' of said' property For Secretary of Stale of the FLORIDA:
else to do ." I A cordial invitation to all our foreclosure mad and rendered State of Florida. '
-- permit anyone so.Don't under the said certificate issued waa That the following amendment to
services extended to all. by l the Honorable A V. Lnng, Judge In the name of J. Homer Livingston For Attorney General of the Section 2 and to Section 4 of Article. ,r;
FOR OCTOBER 23, 1033 use fear as a whip; don'tstress of the Circuitonrt; of the Sth Judlclal I'll lens. said certificate shall be State of Florida. V of the Constitution of the State ..f w
a weakness of your chil : Circuit of Florida. In and for redeemed according' to law tax deed For Comptroller of the State of ..Florida., and the same I I. hereby f i E t
dren." EDITOR TO SPEAK ] Alaihtia County, In Chancery. during will Inane thereon on the 24th day Florida. agreed In, and shall ba submitted to +
Subject: Problems of the Mod- ; the ahuence. nf the Honorable of October A. D. 19112. For Treasurer 'of the State of the elector ot the Stat nf Florida Iii1i 1i
Both parents and children owe AdklnR Judge geth of A. D. Florida. ba
t.idr-IA: f.1I' rutted this 19th duy Sept at the next general election to
n Home. each other Rev. Dr. Solomon of Jackson- Circuit, from A 6th Judicial 1932. For Superintendent of Publlo Instruction held. nn the first Tuesday: after tha
home to live
a pleasant
Golden Text: "As for me and my Circuit dated. September 87, O. W. AT.nKnMAN, of the State of Florida. first Monday In November 1932 for ,
will serve the Lord." In. Do you try to make the other ville editor of the Baptist Wit 19.12 In that certain cause therein (Seal) Clerk tif Circuit Court. For Commissioner nf Agricultureof ratification or rejection
we
MM, members of family happy? ness will preach at a union serviceof J Land: perillingbetween, the Federal: Bradford County, Florida the State of Florida. ,Section 2. The Supreme Court h
,shun 24:15.Usscn : your f Knnk: of Columbia, Plaintiff 9-2VBt-10-21. For Three Justice of the Supreme' .shall consist. nf seven (7) Justice v t ly
Each of us must choose between the churches of Starke Sunday and Oenvtnl I Jaeper Scarborough Court of the State of Florida. who shall. be vlncted by the ql1allI ,I t ;
Text: Joshua 24:14-15: idolatry and the true worship of evening October 23, at the Methodist find wife, Willie M Scnrliorouirh. C'I.JnlINII! I'II"pl'M'eHII' I For One Railroad CommlnHloner I fled eloctuis" of the stale at the Htii
Stanley Moore and wife, .airs (Hanley of the Ntata. of Florida. .
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619. Is UHXKItAIThe ) LR'ON and place* of voting for member of
:
b. church. Dr. Solomon a '
the Lord. Moore, snit International) For State Senator for Fifteenth the legislature. The telui of office
introduction: e forceful man and a forceful speaker ; Company, n Florida. oorVoratlon, de- of Hoard Hradford. of County County Commlasloner at theirmeetlnnr : Senatorial District of the State of ,, of each Justlca, shall ba nil yearn. 4r
selected Moses as leaderthe I fendantsthe I underfllilrned, who was Florida.For Tha term of-orTli-e of the Nix Justice -
Joshua SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST and It is anticipated that a large 'therein appointed ..* Special Mauler held In Starke on lIfon< One member of tha House of constituting. the ,
Supreme'
Jews. In Joshua 1:2: the audience will greet him. Everybody -I! In Chnncet, to execute the ... October 3rd appointed the 'lAY'j Representative of the Stat of Flor 'Court* now shall. not be affected by thinamendment. I -

ord said to Joshua Moses my Continued.) I invited. hour, 7:30: p. m. I will, on Moniliiv I,: ii'. Till day of .nu"j Clerks the tleneral and. Inspector ICIoctlon to to he serve held. ida. Their. auoceHsnr shall X11 '
vember, 11132, during the legal hours Kor County Judge, In Ir'
ba elected I the manner and
rvant la dead: now therefore No collection or appeal for money. of, ale., before the Court:, House the several preclncta within Bradford For Sheriff. at the name time ama and places .a* required a E'
ise, go over this Jordan thou 8. What provision has been made door, In Klarke FlorMn, .sell to the County on Tuesday, November8th For Clerk of the Circuit Court. by thin ConstItutInn befora i
unto the land that we God's law? highest and bent bidder' for cash? : For County Assessor of Taxes I this nmenilninnt, I'pon the ratification }
d all this people Iso may keep CHURCH OF GOD Precinct No, 1, T.Awtey-Jl\m. For Tax Collector.. :
hich I do give them, even to the "For' what the law could not do, I unle.I IlOHler. clerk T. T. Blackburn. It- K.llliinclmu For County Superintendent of the duly of I this ft ainnndment(the' Uovernor It shall. to appoint ba- t t '
and J. B. Austin Inapao
of Israel." The Israelites that it was weak through the flesh at-Baxton. County Florida to-wlt Puhlta Instruction. one addltlonnl Justice of the
Wren The Church of God The Kti' of the M\\"<( anti the tore For (Co-unty Surveyor Supreme Court and he. shall hold .,f. !i
der his leadership took posses- God sending His own Son in the Sunday school at 10 o'clock a. m. NWl, of tha Nlli/i. and the N'(, of'', Precinct No.clerk 2 North Sturka' -F.I For Five. County Commlanlonar. flea from, the dn'e' of his appointment i,
the 8\Vi'' of the NK%. and all of the I M. Noriimn., ; J. V. Klcklltor, For Three Members. of the. County
likeness after first
of sinful until the
of the land of Canaan and dl- flesh and for sin o'clock. Tuvtilay
nn Preaching 11 Fred Scott and Dr. >V. U. Park, !Inspector
> of the' NrO% lylnirVr I t <>f the I Bonrd of Publln Instruction.Fur Mnndiiv. In January, 111.15, and whose ,
,led It among the tribes of Israel. condemned sin in the flesh: that Preaching 7:30: p. m. public road known MM Htarko and *. I Justice of the Pence In and successor: shall ba elected at the }
Humlernnn read, all In R<*.,o. 17, Tp. 0 Precincts No.8. South Starke,-J. for the following Justice Districts,
the
All the tribes of Israel by their righteousness of the law mightbe Mid-week services Wednesday at rPeek W 111.I general election In 1934 to hold office
clerk Otioiga Young
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R. It. 83 10. conlalnliiK 140 acres, | vis-.i for term of six 1 begin 1
:ers heads judges and officers fulfilled in us, who walk not 7:30 p. m. and Friday 7: 30 p. m. more or !....". Hald land being I Oliver and t T. N Kendrick'apse., / No, Ona.. nlng Tuesday n after the 'vears first Monday tr 1,

ere assembled before Joshua toM after the flesh, but after the spirit. welcome to each ser- further doncrthej aa fjota 1, 2, ft, 4anil tore. No. 'i'w". In: Jnnuary, 191.1 1 and theixnfier I the I l
Everybody
B of Florence B Cimovn'H. 8ubHlvlHlon ; Precinct. Nn 4, n'aham-F. T. Ah- No. F.lght.' Hiic"ensors. of the Justices of the. PHipi .
his last address. After relung Rom. 8:3: 4. vice. Watch ye therefore and In Nit of Section. 17, "'1". 6 S. I .ernathy clerk! 1* C, Smith John For Consinlls In and for I ha fol. .erne, court. shall. ha elected at the f '
to them the gi|>wth of the 9. What Is the nature of God's always that may be accounted H. 22 Kn"t, !, McKlnney and W. T. McISver, In- lowingJustice.. District, via: general" election next preceding the '
pray ye with the appurtonnncpM Bald' sale npectorn.Precinct' No. One. ..
I we' expiration of their lei inn of offlcarespectively
,ibes Into a nation under God'sre law? "For know that the law worthy to escape aU these to be made pursuant to mild decree No. .3/ Hampton-C, 1C. No Two. except' In case of an {}

Joshua said to them, "Now is spiritual: but I am carnal sold things that shall come to pass and to aatlgfy the name and coMta., harper, clerk; IA a Johns, F.speo. No. Night. election! to rill an unexplred term nf ,
.,. K. PEHHVMAN Taylor and U. W. Ithamein In I hava hereunto
under sin." Rom. 7:14. Testimony Whereof a Justice whose term of office may"
erefore fear the Lord and serve : before the Son of torn.
to stand man Special Master In Chancery set my hand and affixed the have become vacant.
m In sincerity and In truth; andt Note.-In His comments on the Luke 21-36. Will you say as Hab- roA YTi\ & OKAY.Solicitors Precinct kIN i.et.1. Th.reasn-John I treat Seal of tha State of Florida, Section 4. The Supreme Court mar ,
sixth and seventh commandments for Complulnnntp.D.ao5t'1028., Hall, Illnson, S. II.Mwlndell at Tallahassee. the Capital thin thefirst hear consider' and determine can see If
t away the gods which your I will watch to see and A. L h..peo-
aukkak 2-11 Sullivan day of September, A. D. 1983 and exercise all Its powers and Jurisdiction .
them served on the other side of recorded in Matt. 5:21-28: Christ what he will say unto me. tor.*. (SISAL) It. A.; OltAY.Secretary as a single body In which
demonstrated the NOTUK OK KIM' A'. IMVCII! AlUiH Precinct No.1, New njver-fl. L. of Stata. majority of the members of w
natureof case a
s flood and In Egypt: and servee spiritual R. F. Kirkland Pastor.BAPTIST Crews, FJ.! A. J. Turner ,
Sixty dAY. after date hereof on clerk; Mupp R. To lion. W. J. lOppeisun.: Sheriff the court shall constitute. a quorumfor
Lord. And If It seem evil unto the law showing that it relates C to-wlt; the 29th day of November and J. J. Thomas, Inspector Bradford County stark Flu. the. dlnpatvh of business nr It
'
1D92, I the underalg-n"id AAminlstea. Precinct No 8, Brook er-M. P. Ma '
not
41 to serve the Lord, choose merely to outward actions but t-9-9t-ll-4. nmv exerclna Its power and Iutlsdlntlmt
you I tor of the Kxtate: of Horace Mabry, theny, clerk ; 1* It. lalney, 8. 1. In two dlvlnlons under. such ,
ill day whom ye shall serve; that it reaches. to the thoughts and deceased will present my voucher Prescott and. U. K. Union. Inspectors I NOTICH ttf KI.KCTIOVWherea : regulation a* may b* determined. '

ether the gods which your fath- intents of the heart. See also Heb. Sunday school at 10 a. m. A. J. and final account an such Admlnla- I *, the legislature' ; of 1931under I the Court. Ifiuoh division shall, by'I'I
1 traitor, to the Honorable. tlen. A. .T. L. UNDFUIIILI, the constitution nf 188S ofthe sist of three member. of tha court
served that were on the other 4:12.: The tenth commandment Thomas Supt.Worship Hardlner, County. Judge In and for Chairman, Board of County Cninnilnhlnnern State nf Florida, did pas two and the Chief' Justice who shall by

<1 for his approval of name. and my ATTKHTsO. to the constitution. of the member of each division 4 ,
Rom. be
7:7.: Obedience to this tics a
morites. In whose land ye dwell; law service we unite in a temperance W.
ning discharge as Much Administrator. ALDERMAN state of Florida and the ...n,. were, and I the Judgment of either Division
it t as for me and my house we therefore requires not merely an rally In the Methodist, church.Dr. This 30th MILER September, 1(32. Clerk 10-7-4t-IO-28 agreed to by a vole of three-flfthe conanrrml In by all the numbers[ of t 1
,ill the Lord." outward complience but genuine J* JOHN'SaO9tll26. of all the ,member elected to each such. Division shall ba the Judgment t
serve Solomon, editor of our Baptist Administrator NOTICE!)] OF OPKCIAI.: MASTRH'S houei that the vote on call Joint of the court. The concurrence of j
After reciting all that God hadne heart service. This can be rendered Witness, will address the meetingat "AI.MNotice Resolution were entered upon their majority. nf the member of the ar,
for the Hebrew people Joshua only by a regenerated soul. !NOTICIOf\ APPLICATION VOlt Is hereby. given that under rexpectlve Journals, with the yea court, shall ba necessary I.> a d"cl*. ry
8
p. 1n.Midweek TAN UKHIt and by virtue nf that certain final, and nay thereon, and they did determlne Inn tit I Judgment of tha court it I i
.Id to them "Now therefore" be- 10. How is'the law further described service on Wednesdayat Notice la hereby given that Toys decree of foreclosure and dale mad. and direct that the said whether tha court, I I. lilting In two a f

UBe of all that God has done for ? "Wherefore the law la 7:30 R Bishop, holder of tax certificateNo. on the 24th :"rr"f"September A. 1>. Joint Resolution. be submitted to division or .when- acting a* a single 4
: m.
p. HID.! 7th of July A.dL
day A. D. 1030 1912, by Ad- I the elector of the sluts at the Oen- b"
ill,, because of your rescue from holy and the commandment and B. Y. P. Unions at 6:30: p. m. haM sled said certlflnate In my. office It I"... Judge of the Circuit CourtIn oral Election In November 1932. All capital cases, all case In.
gyptlan slavery your rescue ate just and good." Verse 12. and made application. for tax and for Bradford County Florida NOW THKRI'JFOIIK.1' I I, H. A. Gray volvlng the determination. of state.
Sunday.
deed to issue thereon In accordance" In Chancery, In that certain suit Secretary' of Stale of the Slate. of I or federal. constitutional question
Red Sea preservation 11. What Is revealed In God'slaw with law. Hald. certificate. embrace.be .. therein t
your pending wherein Virginia- Florida, do hereby. give notice. thutftKVKIIAI. and such other oases as may be dl* ;
om death by thirst and by star- ? "And knowest His (God's) METHODIST ( following1. dencrlbed property. altuated Carolina Chemical Corporation a a reeled by the court shall. ba determined 4)t-) It t (
will and the In Bradford County Florida corporation. Is complainant and 1* ':' fSI.ICCTIrtV: by I th. court acting a* a single 1 l
Hon/ because of your God given approvest things that towltta n (lalney and Mary J tlalney. his will ha held In each county. In Florida b..dY. '
tortes over your enemies and are more excellent being instructed Childhood and youth week Is being <4 of mvy\ (.r swi4 section so wife, are defendants: which said decree on Tuesday next succeeding thefirst The Chief Justice shall, preside ,
.
out Township 7 South Itance SO Cast appear In the office or thaClerk Monday In November, A. i>. each Division and the j I f+
of the law. Rom. 2 18. Methodist over over
:
Mir the
of the lands of observed .
capture Caan by containing 20 acres.The of said Court at Starke, Flor 1932 tits said Tuesday being tnaiiniiTii court acting a* a single body and i
and their allotment 12. When Christ came to this school with ida, In Chancery Ord.r Book 7 at
among Sunday appropriate under ::i:1I7F.,11..r.'J': : HAY or ivovioMnreii when the Chief Juallca IH disqualified
be tribes "Now therefore fear therond earth, what was His attitude towards In the. the wan pane 115, et fen, the und..r."rned a* for the ratification or rejection of or I I. Ab.ent or I is disabled. from
programs.On name of A. M Williams.
Special I Master appointed In said the said Joint Resolution proposingamendment any. cause 'the Justice' oldest. In pointof
serve ye the Lord"o God's win, or law ? "Then Sunday morning the pastor ITnlaas'aald. certificate shall beredeemed clause, will offer for sale and willsell tit the Constitution of service present and qualifiedshall : I F f

Joshua said to them If when said I, 'Lo, I come: in the volume Rev. W. F. Jones: will preach on will issue according thereon ;on to law the, 31st tax deed day \ at best public outcry to the highestand the "Stats nD:80r.UTi'oN nf Florida via prealde over the entire court
bidder or bidder fur cash A JOINT : ''''' to and each division thereof until the 1
od has done all these things for of the book it Is written of Me I I a special subject in line with this of October. A. l>. lOa!. during the legal hour. of sale, to- Amend Section B of Article" 8 of disability of the Chief Justice I.I (

at> "It seem evil unto you to serve delight to do Thy will O my God: observance. All parents are urgedto 1933.hated this 26th day of Kept.. A. D. wit between eleven o'clock; In I the the .Constitution of the state ofFI..rld. removed i '
forenoon and two o'clock In the ..
Relating to County Com- The vote rust In compliance with
>e Lord, (then)' choose you this yea, Thy law is within My heart. bring their families to this ser O W.. ALDERMAN, afternoon In front of the Bradford. mlaslonera.BM sold. proposed amendments, and theoanv..N. 1 4{ '
ay"-whether you will serve the P a. 40:7: 8. See Heb. 10:5: 7, (8"AII rtradford Cleric ,1 Circuit Court.. County Court house In the City of IT RKHOLVRD: : BY TIIIU LKOIfl- .., declaration and return
vice.There County Florida Starke In said Bradford County HTURM OF THIS HTATll] OF shall b the
thereof subjected to
ode which your fathers served be- 13. Who did He say would enter will be a union service at '-1III.lt.le-U. Florida, on Monday, the 7th day of FI.OK1IJA: same regulation*and restrictions as 1

ad the Euphrates river before the kingdom of heaven?' "Not everyone the evening hour with Dr. Solomon AWTICIB OK November A. D. 1932, the same he- That section 5 nf Article 9 of the ors provided by. law for general ,
APPI.ICATIOV: FOR'Fax log a legal sales. day and a Hula Dayof Constitution of the Stat of Florida, election;:* In the state of Florida,
braham was called out of his Dave that sayeth unto Me Lord, preaching. Come thou with us and ItKKII said court, the mortgaged property relating. i, cnuntf commissioners, be IN TEISTIMONKY! ) WHKRB.

land, or whether you will serve shall enter into the kingdom of we will do thee good. ter Notice K Thomas U hereby. hokler. given of 1-8 that of "taxcertificate ..- described. ) In said final decree and the same I I" hereby amended, and OF, I have hereunto set T I 1

e Gods of the Amorites. "Is heaven; but me that doeth the will N... 25H. 6lh day of July. Florida and sltunta described In Bradford a* follows County. a.* amended submitted. Is to agreed the electors to and of shallbe the my hand and affixed theGr I Y ,
Heal nf the Stab of
bone land ye dwell." of my Father which Is in heaven." Panama City Mr. and Mrs. J. In A. J my>. "office!I., had and filed.rondo said certificate Lot Ten ((10) Block Sixteen (16) State of Florida at the "general election (SEAL) Florida, at Tallahassee, ; i
Matt 7:21. application Ward City! Florida (now Brnoker of Representatives to he held In the Capital', this the let.
They could choose to serve Je- : E. Caswell opened filling station for tax deed |. tosue thereon In Right
*ecnrdance Florida) of Section (8) Township 1932 for approval or rejection Said day of August A, D. 19.12.R. : )
ah, the only true God; or tow 14, What did He say of those on Gulf Coast Highway. \ with the Jaw.following Hald certificateembraces Heven ((7) Mouth. Range Tw.nty Section S of Article R, a* amended A. GRAY j p
e one or more of the false god desorlbod (20) East shall read a. follows! .-..ut.H.. Secretary Stale.

MC& Abraham and his ancestors THE MAIN\ THING ON MAIN\ STREET; '

teed brain in(Abraham their land) was from called which, or I BY-LF 1: V n-z;,;.;: : 'IMi...

at were served by the Amorites ( -- -

ad other native tribes of Canaan. Pttt.1t{ Uuzz' My/' INVENTION 'fal3. WEEK I 14 DESIGNED> l FOR THE SPlNSTfeR' OR: T..E. 1 p

Then Joshua further said "but LACTf XUHOSE<< HUSBAND GENERALLY DINES AT THE CLUB AND WHO 7"

> for me and my house we will MAIM TtZEET": TUECE FORE MUST SEAT HERSELF: AT THE TABLE. ___ :

rve the Lord."-"And the people LEADING\ "NEWSPAPER IN ORDER 1b EAT SELF, STEP OH PEDDLE CA) WHICH STAQTS \ U Li U ji L :\

>M unto Joshua, nay, but we wille i':, ;:" a
3CLTCB) "
MOTION. ON BELT
e the Lord." W ACE NUMBER. 'OF CUP4 FILLED =::: i y

Joshua answered the people LATEST INVENTION/ IS WITH SANt) WHEN CUPS REACH POINT (C) @ ; ?1

s put away-the FOR LOMELY LADIES T II yif
!range gods that are among you." ; FLOW OF 4AND STRIKES ON TEETH OP ( t

Suppose we stop here and make WHEEL! CE) AND IT REVOLVES THe SAME : I I .

1 Ust our of lives Idols, or strange gods now T. EDISON SMITH MAIN TiME REVOLVING VUHEEL (F). SH3ING! (0) I : ( L
and drive them out and Ii
"m their places SfREET'S THeN UNWINDS\ FROM WHEEL d?), BELEASf & Q
over to Jehovahe BCTT \INVENTOR ,
true God. SPRING (H),WHICH 3MOOT3 OUT ARM (I), If

The second part of the lesson Is BSiNGS\ JOY To THE WHICH PUSHES\ CHAIQ QUICkLY UP TO LADY.. '

en from Saul's letter to the LADIES err UISLATESTBRAINCMJLD.VWICM 1 WHEN CHAIR\ ,HITS LAD'IN\ BACK OF J Q 1 .

'en Meltons end giving advice to chil- 15 J KNEES, IT \IS TIME To SIT\ DOWN. \\N CASE! I 0 : '
parents, servants (slaves) 'U
J" Masters: "Children obey your kMcwn A O"SMITH'SSELFSEATING THIS" iNVENTiON SHOULD NOT WORK" MOOrHL'('

nts In the Lord; for this is CHAIR' : WE ADVISE HAVING PILLOW (3)) HANDY. I e

iht Honour thy father and aAl -I

:&IIdment ther; which Is the first com- < 4141 t,4tt4t- se JJ I vaNZIM. -h I _

with promise; that. It __ !. 1
1 be -- --- ---
well with thee and thou '' ''' '

feet live long on the earth. And. j t-,

e fathers, provoke not your chU- DOROTHY DARNIT It .11' ,"

**the i to nurture wrath; but and bring adomintion them up of ,. BnChaT[ 1cMj) I.jMIA" \:


The e lord.." i THINK YOU( OUGHT TO use' ...W'... e"' 'Jl..I'LI, _. __ .el _. 1

pPly to words "in the Lord" do not THAT voice of YOUR fORMAtuiN1.A \ '
"
"parents
r tile obedience, thereby limit- aiMQllsl'! IMSTCAD OF CRXIN' \J r'J I

to are Christiana to but only the parents obed- atMtf3NLA So I'M GONNA TRAIN YOU r '.' 6 ... j i I tr >

,
e ta ,1r
to
be according to the ij
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win. ._ t
"nat ..
It may be well With thee" .. f
PPea, to p/R O tw
Promise a reward for h

tedience.i and there '. no wrong ....

IetkJng f the rewards Rlls
promised ,
the
scripture but children '.... 1 1J
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Obey parel1t for the sake ,

doing right and of giving hap. .

tnV.to *rents' who should at. J

i objects of love and respect.
t CU1CaAO
that
s0eparents'ofen depends largely

'Ser compliance with the .4

AId poruOl1 of Paul' command: ,1
Ye i1I
father! provide not your /
n to
mY the wratli; but bring them _

1M nUrtut'e and admonition
Lord."

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cluding.. it Christ were

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PAGE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY

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,. ... 6000 miles of maintenance.) "The negro vote would be> the one: in the
Bradford ," ." !'*, ,' ... 0"-:1""': family tell him I ;;;:
.
County TelegraphEstablished f' '', ", h" .t. t ".j... ..4>'" j jSJ People are sometimes confuse deciding weight! which would overbalance become President he
( 'h\W1\ ; : Ir
,
;;', > > _; totals in State reports when the scales in favor of one two theft a
by the promise
1877 W'h ." y, { ,f.1' ..-;.;.' .' the secnnd
{ twice party or the other. If the white one 1
:\ : the same item often appears thing really rpm'
.. .. 7 ", : F.. "".,..,., '... funds votes were approximately even between worthwhile like .
9" d. and where various trust are coming the local fire b
't.,; # {} '
I'' M.EMBER.FLORIDA ;;-," T.5 : _Lia : : ;, ,.:.1."jl',. ',.,.,,'. I disbursed and swell the total ac the two parties in a given hlefIt's

;!' :', cordlngly. election state county or municipal A
PRESS ASSOCIATION V1Q32 \ ': '. I might add that expenses for the negro vote could decide the "State headline Man In an eXchange

,y t raw current fiscal year will be much contest Thus the actual selectionof bers." Well Gives Talk] to ell
,
0 1. less because of recent economies. officers would be made by the them. they had it comic

II fV swa Very respectfully negro

' .. [}.t7GC<7Wttd+ ::J..ectida .... W. S. Murrow, "Without objects of sensationalism I

i State Auditor. or of stirring emotion or feel too bad thai Dean BWiI ,

: In the foregoing you will find ing the,writer desires to urge very could not be here to coll"t"
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class for
pz k I some of the administration accomplishments earnestly upon the Southern Demo- some of our local relief

Matter at the Post Office at Starke FloridaE. r which you consider disastrous crate In Florida and upon our valued izatlons. The Dean once olilll eat

I to the State and a liabilit i new Floridians from the North "Charity is a loan ,oyou're Con 1

S. Matthews\ ______ _________ _____ Owner and Publisher a os' I' to a candidate. It is assumed that and upon native Floridians with satisfied with the IleCUrio!

J. C. Robinson ________ __________________ Managing Editor you would reverse them. Why not Northern background and tradition here make to the loan It !" If the Dean Wet)
1 be specific and say just what you that they look squarely into put up to folks like th

SUBSCRIPTION RATE 1 1r would change? the face of the facta which con- .he would probably get the m"nq)

Incidentally your proposals for front them here in their actual en- -

Yearly $1.50; Six Months 75c-Payable in Advance the future are as wild and phantomlike vironment, In the interest of the And another quotation th
to
seems
Advertising Rates on Application as your statements about general welfare of all In Florida, by Charles say it all. so well I tau!
Morgan
the present now and in the future. "We are a
the
strings
: You promise to ,reduce salaries "Whether the readers of this expression of a stringed Insln!
r ll Presidential Electors ment which, slackened
Democratic
k j SS. of circuit judges $600,000. We payless are old Floridians, feeling are dead; they can any part

Group No. 1-Hugh C. Sparkman than $300,000 now. You would that they are rooted back in the but the music yield no DlUII
proper to
reduce the number of the thenutiv
grand of this state
history or people
No. 2-W. B. Lanier k and then only if their
Group from 18 to 1 and lSoo- tension fc
i jury save $ from other Southern States or
Just. Each
$ Group No. 3-George M. Dorman .:. 000. The grand jury costs only Northerners, or their descendants, perfect tension man of must his discover_

Group No. 4-Williard W. Ayres $200,000 now. there should be, and the writer believes lion or solitude, in love being- m-

$ ', No. 5 William Fairbanks I recommended In my messages that upon serious thought( cism in philosophy or ascetl:
Group or
'" '.. to the Legislature, reduction In there will be, no dissent from the continual falto-h

YF Group No. 6-Herbert William Fisher ",111 number of the circuit judges and opinion, that the real welfare and and experience.adjustment" of thou:

r,: Group No. 7-G. T. McClellan .J use of the grand.;/jury (by constl genuine Interest of both the white
r tutlonal amendment) only when and of the
population negro popu-
In other
'lrs For Governor-Dave Sholtz words, folks
I ;, dl3 Ax"Zs; rsml oat, called into action by the circuit lation in this State would be opposed upl! Maybe aren't get tune-
r For Secretary of State-R. A. Gray. judge; but I never sought to mis and mutually hurt by any maybe you out of hint
ry your strings
For United States Senator-Duncan U. Fletcher lead the people with such extrava- move which would tend to the tie are Just t Hi
IIOWEY AND JUDICIARY CARLTON REPLIES : rusty, and you don't knov
J. Sears ;'"' gant claims. above result. where to
ay For Congressman-at-Large r get new ones.
You propose to repeal what you i
Times.) Tallahassee Fla. Octo. 17 1932 "If misfortune should visit -
4 For Comptroller M. Lee. ( Tampa say Is the law providing a fee of: upon -
According to the news column Honorable W. J. Howey, Florida one further catastrophe: Surely the meanest man In ft
one percent bond issues for
on
{;' For Attorney General-Cary D. Landis. reports, Mr. Howey has declared In Orlando, Florida.On I state attorneys and city attorneys. (when we have had BO many) in' world Is the one who will steal u:

For Treasurer-W, V. Knott. many of his campaign speechesthat my,return to the capital today There is no such law. State attorneys the form of this proposed 'two- other's strawberry plants. Rob

For Supt. of Public Instruction. S. Cawthon. elected governor he will save I have for attention your telegram '. draw only salaries and no party' system, at first the negro bank; take candy from a litu
a the state of Florida a million dollars Inviting me to join you Sat vote naturally would go to the Re- child; and foreclose the mortgagon
fees. for attor-
Compensation
Commissioner of Agriculture-Nathan Mayo. city
For a year on the operation of Its urday night in a discussion of publican Party, and then gradual. the penniless widow but lathe
Is
fixed
i For Justice of the Supreme Court-Rivers Buford, Fred judicial system. Attention was certain matters which you consider neys tract. I recall by that ordinance four or con- ly, In time, in every election, both berry plants where they an
years ago
H. Davis, William II. Ellis. here called to the fact that such a vital to your candidacy. I am takIng in the governor's campaign you of these parties, fairly even, in Imagine the farmer borrowing c

Impossible of fulfill. this my'first to strength, would, unquestionablyyield begging money to
promise was opportunity, buy plant
For Railroad Commissioner. B. Douglas. stated that I had drawn In fees on
; ''M nent-for the simple fact that the answer your statement and correct In the heat of the contest, to praying for rain to set them on
bond issues $100,000
over as city
;
:' } ui '. 0 judicial system only costs $818- some of the''many errors in your attorney for Tampa, whereas I had the temptation to bid for the negro tucking each one carefully Into
680.94 a year; or $181,319.06 less campaign statements. voe. To be convinced of this it is mother earth watering them b
not drawn In fees but
; SOGGY MR. HOOVERAs than the Republican candidate for Since you'question the merits of Included this one work penny in necessary only to look at the pol- hand, and then waking up ion

governor said he would save. ,I my, administration, I submit the salary.I my regular tics of Chicago, Philadelphia and morning to find them gone.

was to be expected the amusing process of dressing Evidently the force of this has following summary which you may have gone In detail in the New York.
use as 'campaign document I "It is hardly required that the These Austin stories are gettln
"struck In. The latest issue of
has but not voters wilt be above statement because for
Hoover begun
S up, as a dry many bad
the Florida Beacon Republican I suggest thafyou read It to each writer particularize the prophecyhere as as fish stories used to b
months
deceived by the masquerade. The costume does not become organ published at Jacksonville re audience aa 'an indictment of the our by people false political have been state victimized made, of what disintegrationof One of those big Blue buses wi

our President ; it simply will not fit. ports> Mr. Howey as saying: "Red- present administration think, ments about our governmenttothe political morality of both such stalled Inside the city limit th
} duce forty-two circuit judgesto however, you could use it to better parties,the racial feeling and fric- other evening, and the starter Ju
your
; ,;;. One of the chief costumers, the American Citizen, published half that number. I advocated I i. advantage advertising your real It Irreparable is conceded Injury by of those the State.who tion, the debasing effect upon both wouldn't turn over. Not a car wIn

at 310 Dyal-Upchurch Building, Jacksonville, in discussing that four years ago and it would estate. It la a real asset to the know, including the white and the black citizen sight but Clayton Stricklai
I State and be used to many beyond our and the general fiscal aud his pocket edition. The) drive:
could greater men women
have saved Now ev-
S the attitude of the two major political parties on the you $600,000. (I borders that no state has put overa
with sarcastic smile
erybody Is for it"Let's advantage than the false propa- damage to the State, which would asked him t
'' Eighteenth Amendment that the Democratic platform more sane economical and con shove the bus off. So what
says ganda peddled out for political structive follow Mr. Howey's plan for It Is bar

favors repeal while the Republican platform declares for ref- figure saved some from more. This purposes. substantial program or made more supported by countless examples of pens?' So the Austin pushes U>
$600,000 $818,680.94would In
progress a programof and bUll for about a block. We nigh
past contemporary political
erendum. The Citizen to that it with I Statement .
,,4 goes on say agrees leave $218,680.94 for the readjustment.It history which supply the> details." have had some real news for th

+, neither repeal nor referendum, but as the lesser of two evils judicial establishment As at present "During the past three and one- will be a fine day for Florida -0-- paper if the driver had accident!
d ztlr { constituted the supreme court half years:: while,the Federal Gov- when candidates for office cease to .
it will take referendum thank DUTIES OF A CITIZEN put the bus. In reverse
;w you. oats $79,920 a year. Take that I ernment (under a Republican ad- slander: our State with misstatements ,

"We are not afraid of a referendum for we believe that from $218.680.94 and there wouldbe ministration),'I tyae gone over three -made:: for selfish politics :Make use of-your vote and vote I What ever--happened';;; to D
left $138,760 left for the billion the hole; while
we can meet the wets in a nation-wide educational debate, on $ p.// have gain. honestly and Intelligently. The Coue T Why doesn't he come on
other states been unable to '
Y ration of the remainder of the judicial (Signed) DOYLE &: CARLTON,
and tell
vote is the that citizenship of hiding like a man u
i; their own grounds, in every state, and in a majority of the system. It cannot be op. meet their obligations! some havIng / Governor. gives greatest you. It gift Is the mostI I that "Day by day, in every areit's !

sober rated for that, if It is to at all deficits as> high aa twenty mil ...
i states, whip them to a standstill, says the Citizen. sacred right of a free people. Ac- getting better and better"
I measure up to requirements. ,Ilion dollars, Florida, hit harder NOT FOB FLORIDA
fi If this interpretation of the Republican wet plank be- It would be Informative to have than any other state with her four I r cept jury duty. Bear arms in warn cure the depression?
the service of the --o--
country,
comes: widespread, it seems as if the G. O. P. were to profit by Mr. Howey explain precisely whathe major disasters has balanced her Charles P. ,Cooper Jacksonville United States of your America. Pay Work progressing on puttlti
would do to the judicial ''current budget; paid her current attorney, in a statement given to
t ; its caginess in using high-flown clauses and the soft-sound- aysem. taxes without attempt at evasion. slap on section of state road N'
; Of course the number of obligations; retired $2,000,000 road the press last week, set forth some am
? fir ing word "referendum" instead of the harsher "repeal" of the circuit judges and state attorneysmust bills; $6,000,000 In road contracts, very good reasons why Floridians Save regularly and Invest your 35 Greenville.between Shady Grove
savings. Do not throw and
Democrats. Profiting by the experience of the oracle at be reduced. The Incoming Inherited from past administration should turn "thumbs down" on the rubbish In the streets papers
or public
r administration can be dependedupon ; paid off, a large part of the two-party system that Mr. Howey
the have given the wet and the
Delphi Republicans dry a parks. Keep neat and clean the
I I boom .
debt created for
to see that they are reduced. day run- Is spending so much time and effort -
I i'i't: : clutter of words:'!, which they hoped each could take home with But it Is impossible to so reduce: ning expenses 'ot'' the State; Is on, in an attempt to make streets and premises around yur.( Governor
home. and the
own Obey respect
{ i the assurance that he had what he wanted, and some of them them as to save either $1,000,000or < sending back"to the countiesforthe the Idea sound attractive l in these laws, the courts and court officers. '
$600,000 a year. common "schools 'over $4,000- last days of the campaign. Roosevelt
for itt t '
are falling Obey and respect officers of the
No good can come of making impossible 000 per year new money (the Mr Cooper says:

? Not all of the drys have been duped, however. Bishop promises nor from tryingto equivalent of a 10 mill levy) with-f "In some regions, and in some ments.United States and and State the govern Says : f
1 Respect guard flag.
deceive the people concerningthe out which 80 percent of our schools circumstances, two parties couldbe
t Ernest C. Richardson, national president of the Anto-Saloon Uphold the Government and Constitution -
4 matter. would be cut to a three month a beneficial Influence in the direction
League, is quoted as saying, "It seems to me almost childish I I -0--- term: for local tax relief in road I of better government."The of the United States and

r, to say that since one plan has !not been able to be enforced TilE ENGLISH LANGUAGE bond obligations $6,000,000 per people of Florida, however, of the. State you live in. Be useful .
and to
loyal town city, or
your 'eTIID
; successfully, forty-eight plans will succeed of enforcement. year (the equivalent of a 15 mil should very gravely consider any little community to your State,
We'll begin with box:; the plural i Is levy) which la saving: most of the step which they are Invited to take
The President admits that Federal State and local and to the Nation.-National Society
coopera- boxes counties in distress from bank- now and which some may Intend
of the American
tion is necessary in enforcement. _IIow is this cooperationany But the plural of ox should be oxen ruptcy; has cut the State mlllage taking, in the direction of estab- Revolution Daughters
not oxes. from 14 1. .. mills, to which it was lishing another strong party. And I -----
more effective to be secured under his plan? ----o- MndivlduuiniD U
One fowl Is a goose, but two arc forced by boom day expansion and this observation applies not only to' word
l "Mr. Hoover! calls for absolute guaranties that dry States called geese, the collapse which followed downto Democrats with a Southern tradi-'I bitter word In the mouth 01 w-

shall be protected from their wet neighbors. This is much Yet the plural of moose should 4 7-8 mills, the lowest In' twen tion and with knowledge of Flor: Maybe You've publican leader without who hail stint fMwre"reglmertatlon or
be ty-etght years. In the meantime ida and Southern
never meese. political history,
more of an impossibility than the enforcement of the Eigh- You may find a lone mouse, or a our, assessments have dropped to but to our valued residents of I ] limit Opposition to financial In P"w

teenth Amendment. He also demands that nowhere shall whole nest of mise, approximately $500,000,000 as Northern origin who, regarding,. Heard It But ploltatlon Is a ghastly encouraged bm Ind

l k! there be a return of the saloon. This is also an impossibilityif But the plural of house is houses, against -boom day valuation of Florida as a home for themselves brought who bare Into created.being the very poet

not hlce. $786,000,000. Through this periodwe I and perhaps for their children'schildren bacl
the sale of liquor is legalized."If of exploitation: We must get
If the plural of man Is always call have also.contended with and I are seriously concerned It's a wonder that anybody goes : w. must DId>

every State shall be given the right to deal with the ed men, conquered the Mediterranean Fruit ''i with the future quality of to the trouble of running for Vice American to Bret principle Indlilduallam what I It WI'

Why shouldn't the plural of pan be Fly pest, secured Flood Control of ment here President for all the thanks they or wportunlty
govern-I
is determine States be-equalll
t problem as how be Intended to
may can prevented
the Bvergla.d.ea- largely through "It would out of it. their
pent r ,:, appear that get They see pic, for all. the right of in
1 from having saloons if they desire them ?" The cowjn the plural may be called Federal,, appropriation of $7,000 I'patty system' should tend to force tures on a few of the campaign ploltatlpn for none." :

Bishop' James Canno Jr., who helped Southern cows.or klne; t-- 000, jyvhlcbrsaoirty" is' now being (through fear of the opposing I posters but that's about alL If the S eIt

5 carry. But a bow, If repeated ,Itpgievercalled spent.: In tact, most of the work party) improvement In the person-'! candidate for this office is defeatedhe w. would get to the rooMf
States for Hoover in 1928 says that the Hoover stand is "A bins; "' : will be unut Contract'by July let. I net and quality of government goes back home and resumes his the dlfT.cultr. w. will End II In tbi

surrender to .the speak-easies bootleggers, and nullifiers of And the plural of vow Is vows, These things were accomplishedneither Mr. Cooper continued "But this I position as a leader In the com present lack of equality tot ur'IIUur. '

the Constitution." His proposal for State control is "indef-- never vine. by 'accident nor with a theory would be entirely unsoundand I munity but If he is elected no one i .. The thing thai our tars i

If I speak of a foot and you show ballyhoo but by careful planning, fallacious In Florida. Experience -' hears about. him for the next four en bujr today coat nine per amore
mite illogical and impracticable" according to the Bishop. me two feet, rigid economy and painstaking ef- and political history have years; that Is, unless the presidentdies than they did before III

Strong language was used by Dr. D. Leigh Colvin, of And I give you a boot would a pair ficiency. In operating cost alone, 'taught the truth of this assertion and so few of them do. World War The things they I 1e'i '

New be called beet? we are saving' In the various both in the South and In parts of bring them forty three per cent iew
York chairman of the National Committee 0
of the Pro- branches of the State the North. A musical show 'I II
If one Is a tooth and a whole set governmentover current In New than then. These figures

hibition party in criticizing the President. He said: "For the are teeth $3,000 per day. "There are indications today York hilariously burlesques the August arlit., which ar autheal!'

first time in American history, a President violates-hU.,,oath Why shouldn't the plural of booth : Total-Cod of State GovernmentYou both In the North and In various I plight of a poor fellow chosen by cated by Department of ACr
be called beeth? are 'quoted aa saying that counties of Florida which are his party leaders to run for Vice culture mean that the farm dO'u.' I
of
office r
by attaching the stability of a part of the Constitu It the singular's this and the, the present cost of the State government straws In the wind pointing clear. President. When notified of his ; la worth lea than half of "

tion. He does this in the interest of the return of legalized plural Is these, Is $42,000,000 per year ly to the Inevitable result which nomination he replies that ho represented before the war n>

liquor. He not only fails to preserve the Eighteenth Amend Should the plural of kin ever be having been Increased $6.000,000 must follow a 'two-party system' couldn't think of accepting; he is member this' my friends protected:

written keeae by this administration.Neither in Florida, and which may be dem- afraid his mother might hear aboutit things thai farmer buy. W
ment, but he seeks to cut the heart out of it DIDe
by abolishing national by Mr. Oruody' tariff. are
Then one may be that, and the, two. statement approaches the truth. onstrated briefly. His official notlflers tell him not IblIDill''
Prohibition. He would subject the States, one by one, would be those,rt: sx4, That the people may not be fur "It must be assumed that Mr. to worry. e'U never know It. tent above prewar prince;rlmlmlll1' !
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to conquest by the liquor power." Yet hat In the plural would never ther deceived, by such mlsrepre'aent.UolUJ Howey's 'two-party1 system contemplates that farmer sell domestic- orlc"l
be hose. and know the reduc- that two parties shall And he makes the race and b world prlcea Ox ( p"

/, If, as is stated by the American Citizen the drys are not And the plural,of,cat b cats,. and iona: made I have asked the State exist sufficiently even In strengthto elected. So what happens? So this are fortT.three pr correction cent'below a' ""'

r; afraid of a referendum, why are they afraid of repeal? How not coee. Auditor to give"the amount of make it possible that either happens: the next time we see the 'condition war prices. The In some( *"' Drill_

can the Eighteenth Amendment be repealed if the States do We speak of a brother, and also of State 'expen ell' Jtpr"* the past fiscal night defeat the other in an election poor.unfortunate he is with a par the purchasing mail power of tbl .?,.
brethren. year: ; the uncertainty constituting t ty of sight-seers being shown that *
-r S not vote for its repeal If the drys are "not afraid to fight" But though we say mother, we Honorable Doyle E. Carlton, one party a threat to the other through the White House-that lathe within reach- protected.of the thing
Orondy ha
let them wait until the time comes and not so easily fall into I never say methren. Tallahassee, Florida. thus forcing salutary efforts of only way he can get Inside of:. *

s a trap that has been baited by vote-getting politicians. ;.Then the masculine pronouns are Dear Sir: each party to nominate desirable the place. When asked how he ''"There Is no reason to 4111111"1

he. his and him. Answering your inquiry aa to candidates and supplying a spurto spends his time he replies that he the tact that the railway U f

/ --O But Imagine the feminine she, ahls the coat of our State government good government by those In office. sits in the park and feeds the pigeons whole are la serious dugcultymed!

1 'Thd authors'' of "Washington \ and shirt I for fiscal year 1931-32. beg to advise M**, he tried to- join the public I when *o large a part of !'
M
: Merry-Go-Round" !say! that So the English, I_think you all will that the .amount U $15.328.- "Without fairly equal strength library but he> couldn't get three can people bar a direct cash i"
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when newspaper photograpers called on Mr. Hoover at one agree. .5 218.87.. This,' of course doe not of the parties the 'two-party idea references. In the situation. 1. take II ''a"

time, he posed obligingly for them at a distance, but when I' the funniest language you ever Include the amount returned to the would be defeated through Impossibility I Job .ls neither' to howl allOat lb-

r they brought their did a... counties for local tax relief In aiding of election'.ucceas ,o( the Perhaps that la. all Just a littleexaggerated calamity nor to gioae oer
cameras closer the President l- CI.taJIJto
threw his -Rural Culture. the common schools and retiring materially weaker party. I but we still think that trouble. but patiently ana

hands in front of his face and left the room. The authors road bonds. These are not ex-' "With two parties numerically ,holding out the promise of becoming get to be bottom of the .,.1111'&Joa.

of the book believe Mr. Hoover knew that In a closeup his Mount Dora Harry KImball wnaea of the State fairly equal in Florida, where Vice President should not be Sad out wilT the trouble lofli es IJ|

face was not that of a leader of opened automobile repair .department The Amount does B'overnment.j would the balance of power lie? used to make little boys waah behind and try to plan for a re'] l"EIGHT i'
men. In Service Garages urea for road : The answer la: their ears. Iff there la only the baale cansea of that troublt


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