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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 28, 1932
Publication Date: 1888-
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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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tpLUME; FiFTY-FovR STARB>i:. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 23.1932. NUMBER FIFTY-TWO. t a"e

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State Road 28 Canal Now Opened Per Capita Expense Underhill Freed Sales ReportedIn Absentee Ballots Howev Criticizes +

r From Starke to Lake; From Green Cove Jail May Be ObtainedAt ,.


To Be CompletedBy d Work telegram' -Will of ContinueA State Government After-:InvestigationAlbert Real Estate Gardiner's- Office Sholtz Program 'i' $,

congratulation
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1 Underbill charged with' Ballots for absentee voting were r u.rrr ,,
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1h from Governor Doyle E. Carlton manslaughter In connection with received this week at the office ot

First, of Julyfederal : was Inman received upon the this completion week by of O. the M. Estimated $11.97 man the'drowning Alvarez, 'was last August freed from of TUl-the I Around StarkeWork County who Judge are Gardiner qualified and but who persons Of Tax Reduction .

1 canal being dug into Rowell lake. Clay county Jail last week after a I"I will not be In the state on November -
Used Will I The finishing touches were put on grand Jury Investigating' ; the CaMe 8, the day of the general election ,3
[ Funds to Bo Federal' Census Board lasuea Report
.I the canal Thursday and It is .now Begun on New Filling Station Speaks to Large Crowd From
failed to return an Indictment. may cast their ballots now.
Inland
Route From on Florida Government :
Kn f Short I for D. A. Montieth and Courthouse Htopw Wednesday
open from the septic tank to the
to. Sea Costs Four witnesses, Tracy Baker, In the event persons qualified ,
D. C. Klnluvv Afternoon
lake.Work Bruce Baker, Corey Johns and to'' vote in Bradford County are in "a h
I will continue, improving Vasco Forsyth Were:; heard by the other sections of the stats on t
28 will be completed The federal bureau liah
Highway No. the canal through the farming section of the censusat I Jos. E. Wilson,, liquidator of the W. J. Howey, Republican noml.k f ?
1st of next year according Washington, D. C. has investigating body last Thursday election day, they may by showing C fir''
.J by July east of town, and much bene- reportedthat at Green Cove Springs.Alvares Bradford County Bank, this week evidence of qualification to vote, nee for governor spoke here at one y'C
H to an announcement made It cost $11.97 per capita to announced the sale of what is I o'clock Wednesday afternoon bit .
will
fit be derived from Improved ap
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obtain ballots
drowned August in
was on voting precinctsin f5h }
1 Wednesday by John W, Campbell drainage conditions. operate the state government of known aa the Halle or Gnann r>tace terly attacking the tax reduction c' r
I 21 when a boat In !which he, Vasco other counties in the state The _
I vice-presi- Florida
Palatka, executive during the fiscal year mile south of town. The of Dave Sholta
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of Mr. Inman said this week that he' one property program '
Forsyth, Bruce Baker and Under ballots so cast will be mailed to '
Iilent of the Road 28 Association. which closed June SO, 1931. was bought by W. J. Bennettof cratic nominee. Mr. Howey .poke'' '
has been requested to take photographs -
overturnedIn the
bill were riding, was proper authorities here.
I Bids for the construction of the of the improved canal and I The federal report said pay- Boston, who has already taken from the east steps of the court-
The
Lake Geneva.Hunting period for absentee voting
Jwest half of the road will be re- ments for operation and maintenance charge and is making many plans house to a large crowd gathered
send them In to the State Relief ends November 5, three days priorto ,
ceived at the meeting of the State Committee as a typical example W of the general departments for Improvements. election around an automobile carrying his
day.Roosevelt
I Highway Department on November how a project should be carried of Florida amounted to $17,868- Season Lacy Austin, former' marshal of loudspeaking: apparatus. .
22nd George B. Hills of Jack- 298 during the fiscal year This Starke. who has been living in I "Mr, Sholts. favors a reductionof
fisonvllle./ member of the State figure included 94,470,168 for edu- Gainesville, has purchased the Greets I taxes and yet purposes a nine t + .
I Highway Department, has assured out.Dr. cational purposes In the counties.In Spencer place a short distance months school term and free school 'I ; "
I Mr. Campbell. Newell Opposes 1930 the report stated, the Begins On Sunday south. of town, and will move his books" Mr Howey said, "The cost,,
I Bids for the construction of the per capita cost of operation and family here in the near future. 'of these two items alone would, '' l f4 l i+ ..
In-cut half half of the road will be maintenance of general departments -' Also listed In the real estate activity Starke Democrat"Everything amount to $1,926,000. and the r l t ,
received at the meeting of the Worm Ouarantine was $12,11. and In 1917, .u.t Like Any Other Day" As of this week was the sale Democratic nominee's proposal to /
8 State Highway Department on No- $3.83. Far As Wardens Are of the DeWItt C. Jones' home on reduce automobile tags to $5 and r?
, vember 22, this being the first -.. The Interest on debts in 1931 ConcernedThe KIngniey lake. This attractive All Right" He Tells $10 would take away from the + f
meeting that the department- will was placed at $180.198 and outlays bungalow:; was purchased by Sheriff Col. Praise at Warm school fund $3,750,000. We have 1, ''+
have after the November 1 letting, .Head of Florida Plant Board Appears for permanent Improvementsat opening of the hunting sea- W. J. Epperson. Springs Sunday a case of cost of government going ;
|Mr.. Hills said at Hearing In $9,800,397. Total payments for son this year falling on Sunday, I Work has begun on a large fill up and revenue coming down.." + r
The east half, Mr. Hills stated, Washington, D. C. all Items were given as '$27,848- Nov 20 brings .a 'situation that ing station being built by D. A. Oov. Franklin D. Roosevelt and The Republican nominee said ht +s
kill be let as soon as some details 893. Of this amount $ 96T33 rep- will cause the hunter to pause and Montieth and D. C Kinlaw on the Col.-J. ti:' Fraser got together Sun- that Mr. Sholti's announced Intention 'j '
[with Federal Bureau of Public The etsabilshment of a federal resented payments by a state 'de reflect as to whether he will hunton southwest corner of the Intersec- day at Warm Springs, Ga., and discussed ; of vetoing all bills providing- r6 q L
.Roads are worked out. These details quarantine to prevent the spread partment'' to another for services. the first day of the season. As tion of Road 13 and the State Farm early days in the Governor's tor new sources of revenue' would S
will likely be 'adjusted .within of the pink boll worm beyond the Money spent',on highways represented far as the game wardens aro con- Road. The building will be 57x political career leave the farms and homes to carry + 1 q
the next few days and the letting northern Florida counties whereIt $11,222.529 of this grand cerned, C. C. Woodward, state 50, and will be of concrete and Roosevelt recognized Col. France this. Increased cost of operating '
[for this halt will not be materially recently was discovered, was total $2,266,812 being for mainten- game commissioner, has said that stucco construction. It Is expectedthat among the Florida delegation In the the public schools.
delayed.Mr. urged upon the bureau of plant ance and 8,655,717 for construeIon. Sunday is the same. as any other the station will be ready for welcoming committee that had Would Merge Commission I
Hills advised that the entire quarantine In Washington this day. occupany by the first of December gathered at the Georgia resort to "Mr, Bholta has said! that he favors
project-San Mateo to Bunnell week by the state entomologist Total Revenue $17.68 "The game wardens have no authority Work also began this week on a greet the Democratic presidential the abolishment of the shellfish
-would be completed before July Alabama and Georgia.Lee Total revenue receipts amounted under the state game laws garage being built for C. A. Knightat nominee. and game commissions," Mr. '
1,as the entire road has been made A. Strong, chief ,of the to $26,372,334, or $17.66 per to make any arrests or prohibit his residence on West Call Howey continued "If! this plan i
a part of the work that Is to be bureau of plant quarantine and capita. shooting within otherwise legal street. "Hello Judge, Roosevelt called should be carried out I estimate
[completed from federal emergencyfunds. control conducted the hearing Property and special.taxes represented Imitations, because It is Sunday," out. Although it had been twelve that In five year. ,wild life, which- ,
28 per cent of the total Mr. Woodward "There New sidewalks and cement gate- years since the two had seen each ,1
called by Secretary Hyde after explained. Is such an asset to Florida would
In commenting upon the announcement the Insect was found In a field In revenue for 1931; 29.9 per cent for Is a state law which prohibits the ways have added to the attractiveness other, the Governor's memory was b. completely gone. Instead of vy
Mr. Campbell com Columbia county, near the Geor- 1930 and 66 per cent for 1917. The discharge of firearms on Sunday, of Mrs. E. F. Johns' residence. perfect, and he was delighted at abolishing these commissions I :

mended In the highest terms the gia border, and in gin trash at increase in the amount of property and sheriffs and deputy sheriffs are seeing one of his campaign mans, would merge them and add a third, i ,' '
persistent efforts of Mr. Hills to High Springs and Lake CIty, Flor- and special taxes collectedwas charged with the enforcement of County Court Held ; igers of the old days I reforestation. In this way the natural ,
push this project through to early ida. W 213.4 per cent from 1917 to this law. Col. Frazee at one time lived tnDutchess resources of the state could J'

completion, despite the limited At the conclusion of the hearIng 1931 but there was a decrease of "It Is up to the Individual to de- Docket Was Light county, New York, the I be built up so that they would sup. t" I
road funds available and the wide Strong said the testimony 5.9> per cent from 1930 to 1931. cide whether he will be In the northern home of Roosevelt. He port> more people than at the present }e, ,,1
clamor from the entire state for would be studied carefully beforea The per capita property and special woods with his_dcrgr.i the morning managed the Nominee's campaign time.,' 'I'
road and bridge construction..The decision was made. taxes collected was ".96 In of the- twentieth, and necessarily The October term of county for the New York state senate, the The abolishment of the railroad ar I I '1
Jacksonville member of the High Dr. Wilmon Newell of the Flor- 19311; $5.40 in 1930; and $2.58 In he will have to take into consideration court was held before Judge Geo. first step !In a political career that commission was also denounced by ++
way Department, he said, had kept ida State Plant Board, opposed a 1917. the territory where he will A. Gardiner Tuesday and Wednes- has carried Roosevelt to the highest the Republican nominee. "Mr. ll ,
his every promise in regard to the quarantine. He said, and was Compensation for services ren hunt, and to what extent the firing' day of this week. The following ; honor that his party can confer Sholta says that he wants the rail..
completion of the road, and had borne out by government inspectors dered by state officials represented of his gun would be considered a' cases were disposed of: road commission done away with," }'
been able to expedite the date that the infestation la slight 8.7> per cent of the total revenue disturbance. I' Nathaniel Clark and Ananias Col. Frazee was accompaniedfrom he said, "he means that Peter O.
when It would be open for traffic As much Is being done now, he for 1931)) 7.8 per cent for 1930;. Federal Men Cooperate"The Sheffield charged with theft of Starke by Congressman R. A. Knight, representing corporateInA' 'Vi
by using federal emergencyfunds said to curb the infestation as and 10.4 per cent for 1917. game department and its' strawberry plants from H. J. Green, whom Gov. Roosevelt had .erests, wants It done away with. r
which are available only for would be done%under a quarantine. Business and non-business licenses officers are determined to see that I iCrlbbs.I Verdict of not guilty was asked to meet. Mr. Green will be He wants to have the control of the' I r;*
projects that will be completed by included those on Insurance there is no hunting before the sea 1|returned. the senior member In the House of railroads placed In the hands of the/ r+
July 1 of next year.. firms and other incorporated son opens. And In addition to our I Ananias Sheffield, charged with Representatives delegation from governor's office, and If that should o I
Contract for the bridges and Roosevelt LeadsIn companies and the sales tax on men" Mr Woodward pointed out, theft of strawberry plants fromC. Florida next year. Also In the come about the people of Florida
culverts on this stretch/ having gasoline.; The non-business It- "the federal game wardens working M. McKlnney, was found guilty part were G. E. Middleton of will have to pay any rate on their ,
been let some time ago, the road Digest Ballot senses Included those on motor vehicles in Florida will be on the lookout and'' was given a sentence of six Starke and G. C. Johns of Lake products that Is required of them.'" ; ',,
will be ready for use when the surfacing and on hunting and fishing for vlolatlons'of statutes dealing months. Butler. The speaker said that he favored 1 yt
Is finished. Residents of a to lead privileges. with migratory game. I J. D. Waters, charged with as- .The Governor was looking fine, taking the school system out of -'
continues
large Inland section will have a Roosevelt three lo Gas Sales DecreaseThe "Hunters should remember that' sault and battery, was found not Col. Frazee said, and showed no politics He would abolish the
quick outlet to the beaches during Hoover by slightly week's over tabulation sales tax on gasoline the federal laws prohibit the killing -i guilty. signs of strain after his 12,000 county board of education and pro- ,
the hot summer months of next two In the sixth nation- amounted to $8,307,711 In 1931 of migratory game birds before Edward Broughton was found. miles 'of intensive campaigning. vide for the appointment rather l s { ++ r
year. of the Literary Digest's and $8,764,806 in 1930, a decreaseof noon of the opening,day of the sea- guilty of using profane and lIdecent ; When asked how things' were going than the election of county super- 1i 3,
wide presidential poll. ballots S.2 per cent. son. For ducks, geese' brant, language. Sentence was post- Roosevelt replied that, "Ev- Innndents. lie would also merge
CONFUSION MAY RESULT Of the total 2,743,511 The total fixed debt was 580,000on coots and doves, It will be not lawful poned until today, when motion fora erything is all right. the duties of tax collectors and
FROM SIMILAR NAMES tallied in the current returns, June 30, 1931, and amountedto to take an early morning stand new trial will be made. The Governor Interrupted his tax assessors. a 21 '
Ns.
Roosevelt gets 1,648,237 or 56.19 $0.30 per capita. In 1930 per until Monday Nov. 21." S conversation with the Florida dele- Discusses Costs I
Jacksonville, Oct. 27.-To clearup per cent and Hoover remainder 1,095,274 or of capita net debt was $0.12 and in The outlook for game this year, GREEN SPEAKS IN BEHALF gation to let himself be photo- lie said that be would reduce the l
The
any possible confusion which 37.33 per cent the five 1917 it was $0.66. In addition to especially quail, la excellent Mr. OF DEMOCRATIC TICKET graphed with two lame children number of circuit courts to what. tt
might exist. the minds of Demo the votes is divided among with Norman the fixed debt there was a contingent Woodward believes. He says the who were brought in wheel chairsto was needed and do away with what. '
cratic electors, the State Democratic minor candidates or special assessment debt I department does not claim any Congressman R. A. Green at- shake hands with the Governor he termed the "ruthless, criminal 1 '
Executive Committee againIs Thomas, socialist candidate receiving of $11,722,686 incurred In the interest credit for the abundance of wildlife tended the Democratic Rally In The Floridians told Rooseveltthat and unholy waste of money" in this + '
calling attention to the similarity 4. 84 per cent of the totaL has of the Everglades drainage i that will be found In the woods Ocala Tuesday night and spoke to he would carry the state bya branch of our government He repeated '4 i i ;
recorded
of two names-one a Democrat None of the states project. this year placing the increase, particularly over two thousand people In behalfof vote of five to one on November8th. his statement that he could j
and the other a Republican-which switched: candidates since the be- The assessed valuation of prop- as to quail, on the fact the entire Democratic ticket. For these glad tidings they save $1,000,000 a year by cutting v h'
will appear upon the general election ginning of the poll, the Digest says. erty in Florida subject to ad valo that last hunting season was hot Thursday afternoon he spoke in were rewarded with one of the down the number of circuits and
ballot. Hoover still holds the same seven, rem taxation in 1931 was listed as and the woods were dry, making Bushnell and Thursday night in famous Roosevelt smiles. i'combining the duties of state's attorneys ; < < '
The names are those of W., V the New England group and New SN7S.7S3.318._.-!..--.---- The--- amount. of state birds bard to find. They had retreated High Springs. Friday night he 'I political lawyers, county k'
Knott Democrat Jersey, and Roosevelt carries the taxes levied was $8,071.667. The to and hammocks will In Waclssa and Satur- -
of Tallahassee, a swamps speak Green ReappointedTo solicitors and other boards mart JI icommisslons.
Md A. F. Knotts, of Tankeetown other forty-one. per capita levy was $5.41.In I and because the hunter's bag was day in Branford Next week be .
t Republican.W. Hoover's potential electoral vote 1930 the per capita levy was lighter the breeding stock was por- will speak In Jennings, Jasper, Lead "Fifteen million dollars yearly Is
V. Knott, the Democrat, haa as Indicated by the Digest's semi- $6.02 and In 1917. $3.17. portlonately larger;; resulting in Live Oak ahd Center Hill. Delegation saddled on the backs of taxpayers
110 opposition for the office of state final figures, stand at fifty-seven, e more coveys this year than for Next Wednesday evening at for interest and sinking funds to
treasurer.But and Roosevelt's at 474. .In making Biggest Homecoming many years, the game commis- 7:45: : o'clock Congressman Green Congressman R. A. Green has take care of the bond Issues In our (
J. M. Lee of Avon Park, these figures public, the Digest- sioner Is told by his wardens will deliver an address on Eco-, been reappointed whip of the Flor- sixty-seven counties," Mr Howey ,'
Democratic nominee for'' state minds its readers that, in recent Planned for University throughout the state. nomic Conditions of the Country ida delegation In the National. said "I would remedy this sltua-
comptroller is being opposed by years Its straw ballots have proved Although the state provides only" over WJAX, Jacksonville House of Representatives. The appointment -I tlon by refunding the bonds on a '."'
F. potts, the Yankeetown Re- ninety-five per cent correct on elec-: Gainesville.\ -The largest homecoming for forty paid game warden and I was made by Congressman basis of 3 1-2 or 4 percent by/ "' ,
publican. tion day. In the history of the University tour' district men, Mr. Woodward DEATH RATE LOWER John McDuffle of Alabama, broadening/ the basis of security.. '
The state committee urges all of Florida Is the goal of Issued a warning to- hunters that FOR FIRST 8 fONTIISDurin& who Is the Democratic Whip of the "Bond Issues In twenty-six counties ,
Democratic electors -to observe IN MEMORIAM Blue Key honorary service fraternity strict compliance with the game I House of Representatives.In are in default" the Republican
their ballots carefully and vote for again In charge of arrangements laws would be expected and In the 1932 period sixty- his letter of appointment Congressman nominee said, "If the situation t /
J. M. Lee for state comptroller In memory of Mr. M. G. Grlffls this year. A most Inerestlng. all probability a disregard of restrictions ''two deaths were reported as compared McDuffle praised the I Is not bettered, In ten years $100-1
ad W. V. Knott for state treu- who died October 11: i program Is being built would be regretted. "We with seventy deaths duringthe splendid services which Mr. Green 000,000 bonds will be in default
urer. He was born June lat 1858. He i around the Georgia Tech-Gator have more than s thousand honorary I first eight months of last year. has rendered the Democratic Par and then look out for your homes
married Miss Eliza Carina Starling football classic November 19, for game wardens" the commissioner t Malaria deaths took a jump during ty ever since he has been a mem- and farms." ;.z
BRADFORD COUNTY VOTERS of Clay County August 12, the entertainment of alumni par- explained "men who are. this year. 126 deaths being reports ber of Congress He was first ap- Corporation ScoredMr. 4>
ARE ASKED TO CHECK LIST 1876 He had been In ill health a ents, and friends.A ardent sportsmen themselves and ed for the first eight months as pointed whip of the Florida delegation Howey attacked the corporate a
long time,' confined to his bed for state-wide organization of ap- who know that the state laws must'be compared with 117 for the corresponding / by the late William Old- interests In Florida, saying ;
The Telegraph carries a list of three months following a stroke of proximately 400 loyal alumni of observed to perpetuate hunting ; period of last year Diphtheria Held of Arkansas this was duringMr. that they had the state by the
quart ie i voters In Bradford countythis paralysis. Funeral services were the university baa been completed.The In Florida. I deaths Jumped from thirty- Green's first session In the throat They are worth 120.000 r
h issue, and Supervisor of conducted by Rev. R. A.'Blanchardat committees making up this "Every honorary warden has the one for the first eight months of Congress and be has served continuously 000 for credit but only 2 1-2 percent
R glstratlon H. C. Wall asks that KIngsley Lake Baptist Churchof organization are to be found in every same authority to make the arrestor 1931 to forty-seven during that I since this appointment of this for taxation, he said.,
very: registered voter check the which he was a faithful member city' and town In the state secure prosecutions for violation: period of this year. A decrease It happens that be has never miss- He further charged that the state P fl ,
J Iht to see if his or her name Is with a host of friends and from Key West to Apalachlcola. of game laws as the employes of I from 166 to 127 in pellagra deaths ed a roll call of the House since he tovernment was controlled by a I
were and In the proper voting pre- relatives accompanying the bodyto It Is the work of these committees this department" 'Mr. Woodward I was shown by the statistics Tuberculosis bas been a member, a record not body of five men who represented
el ncta. The law governing the reg"tratlon Its last resting place in the to stimulate Interest la the continued. ,''They are all under deaths during the first held by any other of the* 845 members corporate Interests.
of voters places the duty church yard. Pallbearers were: State University end Its homecoming oath to compel.observance of the I eight months of this year totaled of the House. The speaker was Introduced to> ,
uPon the individual to see that he Mr. O. A. Andreu. Mr. E. W. Hayes, program; tlS l to convey law. We are innttuctlng a lot of 759, as compared with 725 for the his audience by Dr. Geo. H. Lowry,
properly qualified to vote. Fall- Mr. Math Dixon Mrs. W. G. Halle, Information to thobv who desire these sportsmen along proper enforcement -I corresponding period of last year. AT THE STARKE HOUSE!: Presbyterian minister. Dr Lowry* E r$ ,
lire to do so will result In his not Mr. E. Sullivan, Mr. H. D, May. further knowledge along these lines and have told them,. During the eight months period called himself a "good Democrat"* +
I Participating lathe election If he Beckoning hands are calling you ines. that they must be-** impartial as' Bradford County had one death Among the prominent people saying that he cast his first vote !av s y+
not qualified. '"The publication of to Join your dear loving father. The Starke committee Is composed our' own wardens.". from ,malaria one from pellagra, from other states registered at the for Grover Cleveland and had.
i u't !Is required by law for the He tells you to take your stand of H. V. Knight chairman, + and none from typhoid, diphtheria Starke Hotel recently were: W. 8. voted the Democratic,: ticket' ever' M
{try"Toae of giving voter a"ch&Dceae. near God. close by his .side. Children A. S. Crews. and O. C. Norman. Cocoa MacMillan Insurance nor tuberculosis. 'I McMichael, Buena,I Vista, Ga.; Mr, since. '"However, I have never; be., M
to whether asking .-- --'- Agency office renovated. i and Mrs. R. F. Jones, Milford,
'not anY friends calling &nc1 but
or : they and JCm come so narrow ,bllroted. ., ,.IIP
Peld to cast their ballot.. you to listen while he calls, Okeechobee-John k. Robinson Inverness-i-Albert Johnson to Conn. ; Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Hunt, that I will cast my ,vote for .e ;
"you to follow. Come home and seafood and green grocery storeon Pahokee-O. O. DepartmentStores move Seminole Pressing Club to : Rochester, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. O. man who best measures up to the +, .
1(1.dltIoIa. Doraee Miss True erected ad- be with God. A FrIend. Osceola street. opened branch: store here. new location on Pine street. ; H. Oberchaln' Pittsburgh Pa.; Mr. standards I think a public official
of Gift Shop. :and Mrs. A. L. Jackson. Trenton. should meet" ; ,
Bids opened for improvements Punta Gorda-Bids asked for Dade City-Service" station at, ,tauter Haven Effort being N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. Pat Malone, Dr. Lowry called It ,a uPPr: 4 uujt r
Port Bewail-port office at this project In East Coast Canal from onstructlon of apporoches to new corner Sixth street and Meridian,.to secure Federal building for this Chicago HL; and Mr., and Mrs.
,,PkCe reopened. Jacksonville to Miami. Peace River Bridge. Avenue, being repaired. place. Robert Sherman, New York City (Continued page ft.) .;J ,

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of Alachua county. visited their S Carter. The Woman's Home Demonstration any other material used for frost lished keeping the

uncle and aunt, Mr. J. W. and Miss F. M. Crews and G. D. Wilkinson Club of Heilbronn held their PRODUCTIONBy protection It should be comparedwith rlgatlon going overhead 1 i.
CITY STRAWBERRY during
: GARDEN Ada Nimmo this week. were transacting. business in regular monthly meeting. Plans this cost per acre per year. the the heat
; A. N. Brooks J. R. Watson day ((10:00: A. M. to 4:00 f
Cor. made for the contestto Pine needles" or straw-This : p
MI.. Lois Starling Lawtey Saturday. were coming and Harold Mowry for three or four )
Arthur Grlffls of Me.xvllle was a be held Saturday at Starke method Is the one most widely ting. days after w

business visitor here Wednesday.John courthouse. I used and Is fairly satisfactory but SubfrrlgaUon
: ? Mr.: Lacy Thornton and Louie GRAHAM Wilkinson of Lawtey, was CulUvatiouCultivation due to the annual burning off of -According to thl.
V 'Water attended New River church the woodland pine straw Is be- method water Is applied to
.. here on business Wednesday. Is begun shortly after land tiles the
.. Ellen .10. c. by placed 18 to 20
; Sunday. Dutch Harley of Lawtey spent the plants are set and shouldbe coming more and more difficult,to below the surface. Inches!
V of LITTLE SPRINGSWillie The
l Lois Starling was the guest two days of last week the guestof frequent enough to keep down secure. to the water ri

:: :Miss Millie Judd Staurday night. The commissary owned by G. P. J. T. Marr. Mae Nowsome, Cor. weed growth and prevent packIng The straw Is gathered togetherIn lllary action.surface of the soil by cap.!

4 ? & Mrs. Abbie Waters and Mrs. Wadsworth of Hampton which Carl and Rowell Prevatt visited of .the soil. Deep cultivation the woods, carried to the straw- of this For successful IIBt
method
Thornton visited Mrs. Griffin of stands of a mile south of field and distributed in the it Is necessary
wV_ a quarter this section Friday.F. I Is not necessary and should be berry have to
I
4 Lawtey Friday. here, was opened Thursday night M. Crews made a business tripto Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dunn and I avoided. The amount of hoeing alley. It Is raked onto the plants a compact aub-aoll fairly\ \

1 _. Miss Mary Jane Judd was the and groceries and clothes were Clay Hill section Monday.Mrs. family Clyde Johns, and Leamon required will depend on the frequency during the cold spells and carefully water close to the surface so that the
will
guest of Lois Starling Sunday. stolen. There was very little merchandise Effie Carter and Misses Phillips were the dinner guests of of rains and the weed removed with the return of not be lost by rapid

Mr. Brady Collins was the guest in it at the time. Some I Elsie and Lucille Starling were Mr. and Mrs. Owen Carter Sunday. ,growth. The manner of hoeing Is warm weather. seepage downward through the

4j of Miss Della Lee Thomas Sunday. corn meal was spilled between the i shopping in Lawtey Tue ay.I Morris Johns spent Saturday of Importance. During the grow I The disadvantages of this meth- latlon subsoiL The costs, both of instal.!
Miss Doris Burney called on Lois store and Graham. There no I with Jim Newsome. and of operation, of
was Mr. and Mrs. W. M. WImberly night ing season, until the time of fruit od as compared with the troughs method thu
Starling Monday afternoon. clue to the theft. The lock was and Miss Freddy Wimberly, Mr. Mr. Hunt of Heilbronn and Clyde setting. a loose soil mulch shouldbe are that the protection Is not so compare favorably with-

Mrs. Abbie Waters and Mrs. broken on the door and the thief and Mrs. Nelson Green and chil- Morgan of laltle" Springs motoredto left over the whole of the bed great, the process of covering and those of overhead Irrigation.

J rlI'r' :Nancy Starling called on Mrs. Geo. entered in the early part of the I dren of Starke spent Sunday here :Macon Ga.. to visit Mr. Hunt's rather than the compact soil surface uncovering the plants is not so method Surface is the or flood Irrigation- -'flj, ,

;( V $ l Futch Sunday. I,night. the guests of Mrs. H. C. Wimberly. wife who is very ill. which results from the all-too- readily effected; hence, during cheapest of the thre
r I Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Burney attended Among those who were visitors: I Ed Maycumber of Jacksonville, Miss Loss Ie Anderson and Russell common practice of "shaving" the prolonged cold spells plants may as far as coat of Installation li

the birthday party in Clay In Starke Saturday were: Mrs. C. was transacting business here Judd were the guests of Mrs. beds. Continued usage of the lat. be left covered for several days, concerned, but is more expensive
county Sunday. B. Roberts, R. M. Johnson Mrs. Cowart of Little Springs Sunday.Mr. to operate. The land must t
w :; Tuesday. ter method In the early part of the causing damage to plants and fruit, *
Mrs. John Starling of Starke Ezekiel Dryden and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Max Carter were Pitt Newsome Hudson Morgan season some of the roots and a fire hazard is always pres- brought to a proper grade so that
V V t// V V was visiting her son and daughter- Riley Griffin. Visitors to Jacksonville Thursday. and Miss Elvie Edwards went exposes an even distribution of water' can
I V e Mrs. H. D. Bennett and by, leaving the plants set too ent.Its be effected without much
in-law. Mr. and Perry Starling of LaCrosse was to Saxton church Sunday night. washing
;y J. F. Grlffls was in Lawtey Tuesday high, interferes with the formation chief advantage is the low
: Sunday. visiting relatives here last week. Mrs. C. L. Carter and son, Russell cost of material. of soil or pounding of water over
d V of roots the
H Mrs. S. L. Prescott and son. Wil- $5 carted Miss Debbie Phillipsto new by drawing Paper-To some extent kraft' beds In low places. The water Is
of the soil from the
: lie, and Mrs. Avy Hines and son, Maxvllle Sunday night where away crown wrapping paper has been used asa allowed to fill up the alleys to the
of the plant where new roots are
BOATDRAIN Ralph, went shopping here Satur- she Is teaching school. means of frost protection. The top surface of the beds. To accomplish .
I formed. i
,' I day.* BROOKERMlaa Mr. and Mrs. Ray Newsome of paper Is rolled over the bed and this and to prevent!' Ion

Miss Cherry IlarreH, Cor. Mrs. Ed Parrish is ill at this Starke were the guests of Mr. and However, during the period of held In place by placing soil over of water into the drainage ditchesit
V L Vera Galney, Cvr. fruit production, a dirt mulch on la
to
< writing. We wish her a speedy recovery Mrs. Perry Newsome Sunday. the edges. necessary make use of a
top of the bed is not desirable
as
series of
dams between
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Galney and There will be a Hallowe'en partyat The protection Is fairly good butit the beds
It Elder J. H. Kelley and daughter. the fruit sinks easily into this loose I
( throughout the patch.
baby were dinner guest at Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Ancel Norman and Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Johns' Mon is difficult to use the same
; Jeannette attended church servicesat soil during rains, and subsequently pa-
jV Next week: Picking and
Sun- Misses Mildred and Audrey Nor. Oct. 31st. Everybodycome packing.
:Mrs. Joe Grlffls and family Bell Saturday and Sunday.Mrs. day night, rota. per for successive coverings and
$5
man were visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. disguised.
uncovering The cost of material
V R. W. Brannen and daughter I Palmetto Fred
Somcrstein
day.Mr. L. Lee and Arch M. Johnson and family Sunday. Darby Gaskins, Laurie Carter Mulching) ,
1 and Mrs. R. I I per year Is about equal to that of
Pauline who have been spend- of Guarantee .
Prevatt were dinner guests of Mr. Mrs. L. C. Smith left Wednesday and Owen Carter motored to Cedar Mulching Is employed to keep the troughs. manager Store, having
r% I ing sometime in Lake Butler with .
) and Mrs. C. B. Johns and family for a week's visit with her sister Key Tuesday.. I fruit clean by preventing its com Irrigation '- place enlarged.jfasdwdtion
friends and relatives have returned -
: Sunday. I Mrs. Anne Ripley of Lake City. Miss Leola Norman spent Sun- ing in direct contact with the soil. To insure sufficient soil moisture -
p to their home here.
- Mr. and Mrs. Dan Boree. Mr. I Jack Padgett, Frank Parrish day with her cousin, Carrie Belle Pine straw (needles) and native in the strawberry.fields at all
Mr. and Mrs. M. P. and
; ? of Jacksonville ; and Mr. and Mrs. Avenue Padgettleft Matheny Norman. grass straw are the materials used. (
Giddens and Mr. Bailey Erina seasons of the year frequently it Is
to business
: were attending
I son The fruit
from mulched is
were dinner guests of Mr. Sunday afternoon for Plant Heilbronn church is being pre- plants 'necessary to have some means of
In Tampa last Saturday.Mr. .
and Mrs. Z. Z. Griffis of Starke City. They will work there throughthe and Mrs. T. W. Markey and pared for a three-day union.meetIng comparatively free of sand and : Irrigation. There are three methods
:: Sunday. winter. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Rey- Oct. 28, 29, and 30. washing Is not necessary. Usually now employed.
Mrs. Mae Prevatt and children nolds will occupy the house form Miss Theo McGauley were trans- Don't forget the Sunday school when plants are not mulched as Is Overhead Irrigation-By this f
business in Alachua Mon.
e spent Sunday with her mother erly occupied by Jack Padgett.GREENWOOD acting program at Heilbronn church Oct. I the case in the southern areas, all method water Is sprayed upon the
and family. day.Miss 30th.at 10 o'clock. fruit must be washed before it Is
; ;Mra. Lizzie Lee Pearl Jordan of Starke, I grottnd from a system of pipes sup-
packed.The
.. There was a large crowd from $5 ported 7 or 8 feet above ground. A
xJiA.t( was attending to business here last mulching material Is
here that attended church at gener- uniform distribution of
.& week. the wateris
: Klngsley, Lake Sunday.HAMPTON. Misses Alice Gaboon and ally distributed through the field secured by means of automatic

MI. E..I,.. Prl...'., c... Zell Waltts Mary, members of the school RISINGMtm. I fitted by means with.carts.handles or in for large carrying.boxes oscillators. A full description of

_ I I faculty here, attended the football If. M. Menu. .... 'It Is scattered over the beds, completely .overhead irrigation can be foundIn

L. E. Moseley Jr., of the state game at Tampa last Saturday.T. I ( covering the plants which Farmers' Bulletin No. 1529 of

_ I farm spent the week-end here I B. Plnholtser, member of the Rev. C. A. Crosby filled his reg- I are later Individually uncovered by I the United States Department of A touch of enchantment..the silky!

t Mlu Aim ftimrno.' Cor. with his cousin, J. C. Pringle. Wchool faculty of Vanderbilt spent ular appointment at Corinth Sat- hand. This leaves the bed covered Agriculture.The imooth pearly appearance so easily

V V Mr. and Mrs. Truby Pringle and the week-end at his home here. and Sunday.Mr. with the mulching material to a cost of Installing such a system end quickly rendered to Complex.
_ _. Q. P. Wadsworth manager of Aleene of Jacksonville H. urday I is farlly high but this Is offset -
P. and
little daughter L. R. Galney H. B. J. E. Norman spent the depth of a few Inches the mulch lon... rms..Shoulders and Hands.
: naval stores In our town. exhibited spent Sunday here with their and P. A. Crosby were attending to week-end In Jacksonville with being In direct contact with and by the low cost and ease of Face powders Just cover. Oriental

_______ to the reporter. a beautiful strawberry relatives. business In tarke Saturday.Rev. friends and relatives. under the foliage of the plants. The operation. Cream Beautifies. Start to.dsy.0RIENT11 .
bloom that was 'plucked has returnedto During the extremely dry sum-
Miss Prlngle of
) Mary Taylor Hampton was
V Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Crawfordof time of application Is usually delayed '
i from his strawberry patch last her home after a visit here with visiting friends here Monday af Jacksonville attended church as long as possible to permit mers of 1927 and 1931 overhead

r V onday. He states that the plants her cousins, Misses Evelyn and ternoon.J. I continued cultivation. The material Irrigation was used to great advantage
here Saturday night.
"are on a profusion of In the propagation of
putting Moseley. R. Mott
Emmalyne was attending to bust-
Mrs. E. J. Lewis returned home Is commonly put on at about REAM
I
; blooms, Miss Janie Sapp was the guestof 'ness In Starke Monday Saturday night from Ft. Myers, the time the plants begin to bloom. plants. In fact it was possible to IWIIIto.
n' The entertainment given by the her cousin, Miss Evelyn Moseley $5I set plants successfully under Irrigation OOUNAUD
I The chief
iV primary department of the public Sunday.Mr. where she spent several weeks disadvantages of when it was not possibleon S .'1.... ..J
V with relatives. mulching are that It harbors in- M.c*.l Snail**
_ S ..
__ .pchool here last Friday was a I St. Clair Moseley and sister. unirrlgated land. Freshly set Sift
S s.fd iOforTPlAL
I Heilbronn Springs Mr. Lonnie Crawford returned s cts. particularly crickets delays *
V _ marked success.: : It was well attended Evelyn, and Miss Janie Sapp motored home last Friday after spending 20 early fruiting due to lower soil plants can.be protected from the ETHO Id"I6'Sa..NowYo""

:S and well enjoyed. to Ralford Sunday afternoon. I "Miss' Thelmn Rhodes, Car. days In the Veteran's Hospital at temperatures in mulched plots and hot sun until they become estab-

V Mrs. P. B. Hunt has recently; _MIRA.n_ll_ Rmmalvne___ and :Mary. Lake City. We are glad to see prevents cultivation, which. in
I S been visiting In Alachua and HighS Pringle spent Sunday with Miss I some Instances results in excessive I
Mr. Hudson Morgan Pitt New- him home again. ,
: Springs. Pencle Sapp. Mr, and Mrs. J. D. some and Miss Evelyn Edwards !I D. M. and Arthur McRae and A. weed growth. Wake Up Your Liver Bile
jj S, ';' : C. A. Blrt and family visited Peele and children spent SaturdayIn
to
; were in our section Sunday night. L. Barnes made a business trip Frost Protection
_____l friends in Lawtey last Sunday af Jacksonville.
S Cornelius and Clarence Moore Jacksonville Saturday.Mrs. Protection of strawberry'plants
5f ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. and I IAnd
S I {p Sapp and children Calomel
and Purvis Green and Earl Par- T. D. Proctor from frost usually la not necessaryin -Without
) of
V' Mr. and Mrs. James Cason children and Miss Emmalyne Prin-
S menter were visiting Mr. W. C. of Lake Butler were visiting her Florida but during certain sea- ,
Jacksonville but formerly of this gle were visiting Mr. and Mrs.
:
Rhoden Sunday night. here last Saturday. --
S parents sons considerable loss of income
S S place. were the guests of Mr. and Fred Conner Sunday-evening. I If this bfl te cot flowfaf fr1.F""foeS
Mr. Rodman Underhill was in Mrs. J. J. Morgan returned home has been experienced due to the You'll Jump Out of Bed *
.
.S O. last Sunday. and and I u.t"1*
.! ;Mm. Haynes Mr. 'Mrs. Bill Pittman 4o-t ale** It Jort dii l
section few
our Saturday morning. Saturday after spending a
.5 V .S Mrs. Geo. Reddish and daughter. Mrs. Effle Lindsey of Jacksonville Misses Edna Davis and Olamae days with relatives at Lake But which injuries require of cold weather.months A crop In in the Morning Rang to GoIf Ou ..I.... .* TM .-... Tat b...
as
: Miss Lola of Jacksonville, visIted spent Sunday afternoon here with Parmenter returned aftera I many thick.bJ tatU ud your btstt h Cod..Ib
Sunday
\ Mrs. Reddlsh'a niece, Mrs. Lee Mrs. Plttman's aunt Mrs. Daisy ler.Miss preparation as does the strawberryis yea feel sour and sunk and the -'a.a tntto ...* to btanUM*. Tow l bii.cb *
two week's visit of Vanderbilt
--S with friends in Ida Mae Norman well worth
from low
S protecting
'bO'sui.
S Parker this week. Prlngte. world looks punk,dont swallow a lot sad p-SQ reel c10wa ad oat.Y
Jacksonville.Mr. week-end with
f : Rev. G. C. McGauley of Brooker spent the here I temperatures which will frequently .C .alts, mineral water oil. laxative r.........
and Mrs. Roy Edwards and Miss Ida Mae Lewis. the of
stop production fruit for and
; pastor of the First Baptist candy or chewing gam expect J'.oIAICARTZB'8una.
mother, Mrs. George, were the din Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Mott and four weeks at of Wnowb
Church. preached two excellent or more, usually a thorn to male you suddenly sweet KXXS to..*tb-.two pom* .
S I) sermons here last Sunday. BOOTSEY'S BEACH ner guests'of Mrs. Cora Jones- Sun. Mr. and Mrs. E. Lewis and children time when the fruit is command and buoyant and IuD of sunshine.For *trWy ud iuk.r<..feel"*,."*;
I day. all of Heilbronn section ing high prices. The various b*n J- .S...
There will be a temperance program they can't do It. They only They eontda w id tol.
L. Gacfclna. for. Mr. Seeber Forsyth spent Sun- spent last Sunday with Mrs. E. J. methods of frost vk It oowf..
protection em- "
rendered at the Baptist more the) bowels and a mere movement WC..abU szb's.se.e
_ V'' S Church next Sunday evening beginning I day in Alachua with friends. Lewis. : ployed, together with the advan- d_', cfc at the cause. The ldq the bite flow -ly.

-V i S S at 7:30: o'clock. There will Miss Mary Gaskins has returnedto Misses Thelma Rhoden and Hilda Those of this section attendingthe tages and disadvantages of each reason tat your down-and-out feeling BaldM.*.*&.rpnta.AU lot c.-*

jal o be an address by Rev. Jones, Lake Wales after having spent I Forsyth and W. C. Rhoden, George musical hour at the home of are given below. la your'liver. It should pour out: two LltO.tlT.Wta.Z.ok Los....a&I'
pastor of tha Methodist church of the past three months here with Forsyth all spent the day Sundayat Mr. and Mrs..JT. N. Norman Tuesday -/ Cypress! board troughPeckycypress pounds of liquid bile into your bowels u.. Pills Se tIIe.s. laW.P.s'ubitita.

S Starke. friends and relatives. the state farm. night were: Mrs. F. M. White boards are nailed togetherto daily.; I .. .........._ 01J81.Co Woe.
Miss Lorene Green of Sandy D. M. McRae and Miss Audrey MC- -
S Prof. H. B. Wiggins, one of Brad- Mrs. J.- Roy Quinn and three form V-shaped troughs which
S S ford county's and successful children, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Nor- Lane was the guests of Miss Thel- Rae.Mr. arp Inverted over the strawberry
popular
?, 5)S teachers who is teaching at man and daughter,' Cleo, and ma Clarence Rhoden Friday afternoon. D. M. McRae made a business plants to protect them during cold And the Worst is Yet to Comev :
and Cornelius Moore last .
V. Olustee. spent the week-end with Misses Frankie Lou and Ruth trip to Baldwin Friday.Mr. spells. To use this method satis-
,,1 V his family here. Mur.rhee were visitors to the state spent Monday in Starke.L. Zary Crawford and Mr L. factorily alngle-row beds are best, V

: Marvin and Florrie Belle Birt. farm Sunday afternoon. I. C. Clemons and Peach Crawford demons and Mrs. Ollie Thomas at- these running east and west so I

; Little Miss Velma Lee Smith of; spent Saturday and Sunday tended the association at Largo at that when the troughs are In the ,I .'

V _ __ _fl Greenwood spent Sunday night Iin Largo attending church. the Primitive Baptist Church Sun- uncovered position on the north f

here the guest of her friend, Miss Misses Pencle David and Gladys edge of the bed they will not shade
day.Mr.
.
_;V S Nettle Chesaer. I Parmenter and John Barber passed and Mrs. W. R. Haislop were the plants at any time during the : '

: ATLAS .- Mr. Charlie Gaakina of Starke, through this section Sunday after visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Conner ::0I"S I CV
day.Troughs
and Miss Jeanette Carter of Lit noon.Mr. Sunday. 1| are made by nailing together -

tie Springs. were visiting his mother Russell Judd was the guest Mra. Keba Crawford and chil- two boards of even length,

4V ; The Standard Oil Mrs. Jean Gasklna and family, of Miss Loaale Anderson Sunday dren were dinner guests of Mrs. .,one In.xlO In. and one 1 In.x12 in.,

Sunday night. afternoon. H. H. Lewis Sunday. this giving an outside dimension of

l ?) Tire GuaranteedOne Mr. and Mrs. J. Roy Quinn and Miss Pearl Jordan of Starke was Mr. D. M. McRae. Mr. and Mrs. 12 inches on one side and 11 Incheson

children Mr. C. E. Crawford Mr. visiting! Mrs. Cora Jones Monday H. M. McRae and Mr. and Mrs. T. the other. A tralngular brace :....

YearFrigidaire and Mrs. L. J. Norman and daughter afternoon..Mr. N. Norman and children and :Mr. :Is nailed in one end of each trough. V

S Cleo, and Mrs. L. M. Murrheeand George Forsyth and W. C. Luther Woodle attended church at Troughs of these dimensions will I Igliii.
Miss Frankie Lou, Rhoden attended the dance at Saxton Sunday night. I cover plants which have a spread .
S daughter.
: .............. Starke .
attended church at Saxton Sunday Saturday night. Mr. J. D. Dobbs of Raiford was :up to IS: inches.

) night. Miss 'Melrose Jordan was In our visiting Mr. and Mra. B. M. McRae I A total of 20,288 board feet of

i Quite a large crowd from here section last Thursday.Mr. Thursday afternoon.Mr. i lumber Is required per acre when

attended church at Evergreen Sat Vivian Alvarez and Bascom and Mrs. J. A. Harnage and the beds are spaced four feet apart.

urday night and Sunday. Williams were visiting Miss Esaie mother. Mrs. ,Ida Harnage all of !I of this total. 10,816 feet of 1 in.x- if '! -

Miss Frankie Lou and Ruth Mur Crawford last Thursday night. Heilbronn section were visiting 12 in. and 9.012 board feet of 1 in.- I

_____ the three year guar- rhee spent Saturday night at Mr. Hudson Morgan of Plant Mrs. B. M. McRae Friday.Mr. xlO In. are required for the aides .
____ : Greenwood the guests of Misses City is spending a while here with and Mrs. E. C. Lewis and and 460 board feet of 1 In.xlO in.

anted electric refrigerator Elnora Ola and Lois Futch. his brother Clyde Morgan.Mr. little son. Reed; were visiting Mr. i for the braces. At a coat of $18 -

-. Mrs. Jessie Smith and children Roy Carter and Moa Over- and Mra. J. L. Conner Sunday.Mr. I'to $20 per thousand, this amounts ,

: of Greenwood spent Sunday here street were transacting business In A. L. Barnes was transacting I to $369 to $405 per acre for lum

S with Mr. and Mra. W. C. Chesser.Mr. Jacksonville last Tuesday night. business in Vanderbilt section ber. Since cypress) lasts for 10

and Mrs. C. E. Crawford and Mr. Uley and Earl Parmenter Friday. to IS: years the cost per acre per V

J; For sale bySmith's baby spent the week-end in UnIon spent Sunday with his sister Mrs. Mr. A. J. Griffis visited our year, la $25 to $40. ;

county the guests of relatives.HIGHLAND Daisy Bryan. school here Monday.Mr. The advantage of the cypress
MJaea Virginia Brantley of Harts- T. J. Moore of Heilbronn was board trough method I. the complete -
burg was in our section Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lonnle protection afforded and the ; 0 o G 0I

-u Service afternoon.Mr. Crawford Sunday. ease and speed with which the ,

O. W. Alderman and son, Mr. B. J. McRae of Waldo was plants can be covered and uncov- I '

__ I M. E. Craws, Cor. Jay, of Starke were ,visiting his visiting Mr. and Mrs. Walter Un- ered. The greatest labor in con- tilt U

Station farm Monday. derbill Sunday afternoon. nection with this method cornea.. at

[ Mr.;Newn. Burney w-a* the guest '- V 0"Leesbnrg the beginning of the season when

Mra. Arthur Padgett of Orange of Miss Gladys Parmenter Saturday I -- City Groceteria, located the troughs are set in place In the

? Starke Fla. Park. Misses Elate and Lucille night with FusseU'a Market at 106 field and at the end of the season ..

: V Starling of Clay Hill, spent Tuesday Miss Thelma Rhoden was In I i South Second street formally op when they must be> removed and -

V, .... ..... lAJ with, their slater, Mr .. Max Starke Saturday afternoon. ;ened. stacked for storage. In considering i4'".- I -
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fItlDAY. OCTOBER !8. 1932 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE THREB: t*,

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For Justice of the Peace In and :NOTICE OF SPECIAL 1II.4.t'TfIIR'1I Yarborough W. B, moved .
for the followlnc Justice Districts. SALE. PeerlesS No. 4- )."... 5 &
vi.: Notice I. b.reb"Iven that under ogden icon L.. m No. One. .and by virtue of that certain. final ogden J. I., moved i' 4''
B. fl. S. Jb RNAL No. Two. decree' of foreclosure and sale madeon Ogden Ella moved. .',
No. Kl.ht. the 21th' dar of I) Rodgers It. F., moved '
For Conmablft) In and for the following 182. hv the Honorable 1'.rZ.AA ; Yarl".rough. K. J., movedPrrrlnet .h
; Justice District, vl*.; kin,.. Judge of the Circuit CourtIn ;Ne. a-llnMp osiBohn. I,!
No. One. and for Bradford County Florida John dead '
No. Two. In Chancery In that certain suit UriffLo P. BI, moved ,
No. Bight. therein. pending wherein VirginiaCarolina RutIrdge.* J. N., moved. ; '
In Testimony Whereof. I have hereunto Chemical. Corporation
a Prerlsjrt Ne. e.-i/ThereeaejDlrkerson I t
GIRLS' !TEAM VICTORIOUS TORNADOES LOSE TO BLUE set my hand and affixed the .corporation la complainant and 1* James. P, moved .

HOPE HA'2'NESManaging OVER GREEN COVE TEAM DEVILS Oreat. Seal of the State of Florida. It. Oalney and Mary. J. Oalney.. hi. Prevlnet No. T_New IllvrrAndrew ,
at Tal Editor I SOCIETYJojce I first day of September.P.l'.l>. 1932. appear. In the office of the ., Mary, dead D

The girls basketball team from The Bradford Tornadoes Mast Editor (SEAL) R. A. ORAT. Clerk of said Court at Starke, FlorIda Cowart: C. C, movedCovlngton 4 .
ELDREDGE ROBINSON High Secretary' of State. In Chancery Order Book 7, at W. K., moved
Starke went to Gren Cove Springs dropped their second game of the To lion. W. J. Bpp ron> Kherlff 115, et eq.| the undersigned a. Kelley Abraham deadMsrby f
Exchange Editor Bradford' County., Starke Flo.IMOTICW Sage Muster appointed In said Josephine\ dead 1$
Thursday afternoon and won a 23- season here Friday afternoon to
Lula McKlnney, celia. dead ,
HARLEY Redgrave and Martha I-I-u.n.. cause Kill. offer for sale and will .
ABBIE 22 triumph after a hardfoughtgame. the Callahan High Blue Devils bya Brownlee sell at tn the highestand Renfrne. E. B, dead A
went to Gainesville Fri
.fu"J.u"
The at of 19 to 0. OF APPLICATION: FOR : or bidder for cash sterrlck, Jamie 8., dead '
Literary Editor score the end of the score The Tornadoes afternoon. Sterrlckn, 8, dead ..3 p
day FOR TAX during the legal hour. of sale, to- .
LUCILLE EDWARDS first half was 18-4 In favor of B. held them on even terms from Miss Peggy Turnbull was entertained Notice la hereby given that V. R. wit, between. eleven o'clock In the I'reelsct.N.. _nre.ke* 9 -

H. S. The game was featured by most every point of view but a Ferguson' holder of part tax certificate : forenoon and two o'clock In the BroOks, P., dead ,
with Fri ;
Editor a surprise party Plo.: afternoon. In front of the Bradford. 1. .
Sports IJ7. 6th day of August. Baxter Mrs. B. B, dead
the wonderful few brilliant
JOHN INMAN playing of Captain runs by the Blue day night the occasion being her A. D. 19J9, has filed said certificateIn County Court house In the City of Crosby. H. L. movedHasan. I j
Daisy Tompkins and Marjorie Devils proved to be our downfall. birthday. had my office and made applicationfor Starke In said Bradford CountyFlorida oi Marvin moved : d.
Everyone a delightful
tax deed to Issue thereon In accordance on J\londan the 7th day Hasen Mr*. Marvin moved .
Editor Stump who moved to for- Had a safety man not bean run-
Society was November the same being
time. Those present were: with law. Raid certificate. Haen, T C.j, moved )l :
JOYCE MAST ward in the second quarter.The ning interference it might have Misses Martha Brownlee Lula embraces. the following described a lega'l\ sales l day and a Rule Dayof Stewart, ,,. T.: moved .f '
property situated In Bradford county said .court the mortgaged property Stewart, T C. dead I ,
Class Reporters guards for Starke were DoIly been another story. Redgrave. Lois Adklns Lois Long, Florida, to-wlti; ; described In said' final decree Thomas, Aims.: e". I' t ta

12th Grade Jennie Dunn Dinklna and Grace Adklns. The,. Captain Rhoden scored two of Dot Ritch Hope Haynes Marjorie NWVi of RW14 of NKU: S.o. S. Tp and ultimte. In Bradford County,
Florida, described as follow:
5 a. R. 13 containing 10
East acre
11th Grade Bunnle Canova center position was carried out by the Blue Devils markers. On the Stump Lillian Sternberg and Kit more or I.... Lot Ten (10) Block Sixteen (K) FLORIDA JERSEY MAKES .

Marjorie Stump Marjorie Stump and Pearl Mc- first he raced around enJ for the ty Hogsed; Messrs. S. R. Johns The aesment of said' property Ward; City, Florida: (now Hrooker,
: Florida) ot Section Right (8) Town.ship FINE OFFICIAL KECOKI
under the said certificate Insued was
10th Grade Louise Snyder Eachern. The forwards were Captain remaining ten yards and on the Harry Tyson. A. E. Wall. Eldredge In the name of lirevard Properties Seven (7) South Range Twenty -

Hazel Lennon Tompkins and Ruth Rowe. second lie got loose for a brilliantend Robinson Company (20) East.
BrownIes
Milton
9th Grade Billy
The same being sold to satlnfy Gainesville Fla.-Producing: 10.-
Unless said certificate shall be
Then moved to this run for seventy yards. H. Jones
Stump was
Joke Editors Parker Herbert Stephens and Em- redeemed according to law, tax de..dwill aid decree, 022 pounds of milk and ISM poundsof
CLYDE MORGAN position. Other players were: Annie broke through for eleven yards for mett Gahagan of Savannah Ga., Issue thereon on the Slat day. D. B. KNiaHT ,
lO-T-Bt-11-4.. Special faster butterfat Sophy's MajestyHeiress
the third touchdown.The of November A. D. 1981.
Laura Tucker Williams
Margaret Lois Long spent the. day In Dated this 18th day of October F, Florida Experiment sta- I
Mildred Hundley and M. E. Tornado's appetite for a Gainesville Saturday. A. D. 1983. NOTICHS OF APPLICATION FOIl I
tion all '
Jersey recently
TEMPERANCE TAX J UKKI surpasses
a W ALTER3fAN '
Wynn. James Biddie acted as ref touchdown was whetted in the Hope Haynes and Genevieve (8..1)a of Circuit Court! I Notice. I I. hereby given. that H. D. Register of Merit requirements and .
third period when they went as May holder of tax Certificate. No.
eree. S Kenty went to Jacksonville Satur- Bradford County, Florida.
Temperance is moderation or toItal This game proved a wonderful far as the Blue Devils' 11-yard line. 10SISt1118_____u___ __ ._ 84$, the 7th day of July. A. D. 1>SO, turned In the best milk and butterfat :
baa. filed said certificate. In my office record at the Station for cows
abstinence. start for the team. Both teams They simply could not find the day.Georgia Kathryn Haynes motored MASTER'S SAlK and made application for tax milked twice dally according to I .
There is more reason now for weak spots to break through. deed to issue thereon In accordancewith
played a fine With Captain NOTICE la that
game. to Tallahassee Sunday. hereby given Under law. Said. certificate embrace. Dr. R. B. Becker associate tot
entirely from alcoholic at the helm the Neither team took to the air to and by virtue of a final, decreeof situated ,
! Daisy Tompkins Bunnle Canova and Martha Pow foreclosure. made and renderedby the following described property dairy Inveatlp tlons. '
,
than In past times. Our team should make history for B. any extent. Only one pass was ell went to Jacksonville Sunday. the Honorable A. V. Long. Judge to-wltt In Bradford County Florida She adds another high record to t

are growing stronger andre H. S. in the coming season. completed by each team. The Tor- Lucille Edwards spent SundayIn of the Circuit 1 Court of the 8th Judicial 8F"4\ of NI5V4: A: NKU of SHU Bee.IT the credit of the former senior
Circuit of In and for
harmful. Alcohol is classed S nado's toss from Robinson to In- Jacksonville. Alachua Florida. during Twp. 7 S. U. 22 K. 80 aorea.The .
County In Chanrery of said herd bull at the Station Sophy'sWexford
assessment property
Sag and an anaesthetic. In man was good for eight yards the abnenoe of the Honorable :
drug
a TORNADOES PLAY Joyce Mast went to Lake Butler under the said certificate Issued was Noble. He now has T
A. Z. Adklnn, of the
Judge Seth
[ beer has been used for while the Blue Devils completedone In the name of Bunk & Buck.
Germany. last
{ Sunday night.
LAKE CITY TODAY Judicial Circuit. from said ZAth Judicial
Unless. aa'd! certificate shall be daughters who have made the Register i
{centuries as a dally beverage but from Rhoden to Jones for 13 Elena Prather and Elizabeth Circuit dated. September. IT. redeemed according to law, taxdeed of Merit two of them twice. .
19J2 In that certain valise thereinlately
Wilhelm once said "The yards. will Isnue theretm"" on the 14th
ex-Kaiser Williams motored to Gainesville
(By Lester Schnell.) pending between the Federal These nine records average 7.40O J..Y
I which the smallest Callahan 19 P>s. Starke. 0 : flank: : I Plaintiff: day of November A. D. 1932.
nation use a Friday. October 28 the Tornadoes Sunday night. Land of Columbia Dated this 10th day of October pounds of milk and 800 pounds of t
and General
amount of alcohol will march at will Journey to Lake City to V. Jones LE: Chapman John Inman and Mac Davis were wife, Willie Jasper M. Scarborough Scarboroughand A. D. 10S2. O W. Al.DRRMAN butterfat He has three other

gttie head of the column. Coach Hooser's undefeated Blunt LT Lewis In Gainesville Saturday. Stanley Moore and wife, Mrs. Stan-
and totalof f
play (Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court. daughters now on test a ,,
Tobacco Is exceedingly harmful C. Jones LG Davis (C.) Icy Moore, and The Int..rn.tlon..1Company. Bradford. .
Columbia High Tigers. Withouta Lois Adkins and Lula Redgrave a> Florida corporation defendants County Florida. 12 daughters In the Station's I'

Ito the growing body. A man whoas doubt this will be the toughest Muaselwhlte C Crosby motored to Gainesville Tuesday af the undersigned who was. 10-14-Et-ll-ll. herd of 30. He Is also the sire of
had not the to- Renfrow RG Wall therein appointed as Special Master
a boy acquired game on the schedule. In fact ternoon. In Chancery to execute the name, NAMES TIUKIO the Junior herd bull now In use at

bacco habit seldom does in later this will be the hardest bit of Monroe RT Packham I Rhoda and Ruth Zeigler went to will on Monday, the 7th day of November District No. 1-.t. I the Station. i t'

life. Smith RE Hazen Waldo loll, during the legal hour Austin, Klsle I moved .
competition we have met during a party at Friday evening. of ale, before the Court House Heck, R. !*, moved 1
Temperance applies to moderation this season and the past. They ttiodun! (C.) QB Edwards I .Ioor. In Starke. Florida sell to the Huck. Audrey., inovvd TRAIV" SCHEDULE! I'' I

In other things. also. It re- Burgess LU Inman EIGHTH: GRADE NEWS highest and bust bidder, for (cash. Cox, II. .1., movedChenthum
and
defeated us last season now tho following described lands situate Floyd, D., moved Our schedule changes Sunday
ten to moderation In reading eat- they have a* far better team than Pickett RH StricklandH. lying and being In Dradford Durban. David: dead
k
ling", playing and working. have been undefeatedIn Jones FB Robinson' The following mothers of the County.. Florida oVM Kutch. Roht.) II., dead May 22nd and trains will run as
ever. They The >: the and the Korsythe, W. K., deed follows! d5k;
Take the attitude of the negro their last fifteen starts. The Scoring: Callahan Rhoden 2, H. eighth grade attended the P. T. A. NW'4 of 1h.{ NK"1.. and "the NH of (mooi fellow, Mary I']., moved local due L1
who said "When last Mrs. Boulware tho of the NKVi, and all of tb.SV'.4 hudson .1. TJ moved No. 1 Southbound ,

preacher you'relookln' Tigers have trounced some of the Jones 1, Muaselwhite 1 (place Wednesday: HWV Holland:
of the NRV4 lying West of the Johnson, deut Starke, 10:59:: p. m.
melon
at your neighbor's I strongest high school teams in the ment). Mrs. Perkins Mrs. Robinson Mrs. public road known as Stark. and Johns, l.nten moved due

pitch bredderln', you can't keep' state this season. Kruse, Mrs. Denmark Mrs. Tlson Sanderson. road all In Reo. 17, Tp. S Knight H, disability not removed No. 11, Southbound local ,.
waterln' but R. It. 8J R containing 140 acres, JOIulholSarah\ E.! dead Starke 0:20: a. m. f
from Mrs. Mrs.
your mouth you Some of the most reckless Tornado SOPHOMORE NEWS Holllngsworth Lewis tnor or .... Said land. bolt Melvin, Emory., moved No. 107 Southbound due j
Skin run." .. I supporters admit that we 1 Wrs. Colley Mrs. Taylor and Mrs. further described. as Ix>ta I. S. 9, 1 Melvin I>k.Clno' .d.dJr. limited '
I Swanbom.Mrs. and B of Florence 19. Canova'a SubDivision ,;,I D. ., moved Starke 10:27: a. m. I.
STEMPERANCE haven't a chance against such a' We had an interesting assembly In N Mi of Section *1, Tp. 6 8 Peele, Allle F,, moved No. 2 Northbound local due
PROGRAMWe strong team. However we upset Holllngaworth and Mrs. R. II East Roberts, Earl moved
program Friday morning. The program Lewis L and with the appurtenances. Said. sal Swans, A. J., moved Starke 6:19: a. m.
are grandmothers we
the dope. In our recent game with I In charge of Mrs. Long's to be mad pursuant. to said decree Htrnng 1.in.o movedStrong No. 12, Northbound local due 4
had an interesting Temperance Live Oak. and we also have a feel especially honored to have to satisfy the same and rnstnR. Kllsabeth moved '
I room was devoted in part to Edgar them. K. PMKRYMAN Smith Alice, moved Starke 3:31: p. m.

program Friday afternoon. chance to succeed in beating a A. Guest and in part to Temperance. A* Special Master In Chancery Stanley Louise, moved No. 108 Northbound limited due j '
in Mildred Brown spent the week. LAYTON mAY strong, leltoy. movedtrong
|The program foUows: team where the strongest teams :
Starke 6:01 .
end in Jacksonville.The Solicitor for Complainant ,$ Rebecca, moved : p. ra.Starko
Beading "An Insplratlon"Andrew the state have failed.SEVENTH The program was as follows: '-80-Bt-10- Strong' Joseph moved and Wanneo 101 leaves) '
eighth grade had a delight. Strong, David, movedMtrang .
Taylor. The Life of A. Guest- Starke 7:00
Edgar ful home-room period last Fridayat NOTICR' OF FIlWAk IUSCIIAIIOKhixty Itretta' movedStrong : a. m.
Reading. "That's the Way It GRADE Jimmy Moore. days after date hereof on lOnoch, moved No. 102 arrives 2:40: p. m.
|Works"-Elaine Wynn.'Autobiography from the fourth period. Katie Fugate to-wltj the SBth day of November Htrong S. W, moved '
Selection Edgar A. Guest
I gave several readings which we 1.,2_ t ttiA unit mfMl..nmA .A.'lnl.. ... Htronw.. tleorare. moved Cloning of Mall
-
of a Tubercular, The seventh grade had a party -Myra Frink. tor of the Estate. of Horace:; Mabry. Veal Stacy' moved.Preclnvt '

|C!rm"-Hope Haynes. I Saturday night at the home of Piano Solo-Elizabeth Hollingsworth. : enjoyed very much. Edward Bag. deceased. will present my voucher. Nej.a Ntnrke (North) South 1itt!

"The Mill" __ Leslie' Various well Virginia Alvarez and Ola Mae, and flnat account a. such Admlnls Austin Jane, d..dAlv..r. No. 11, Parcel post, :Monday
Reading. Virginia Fugate. games Irator to the'Honorable Oeo. AOardlner ..., A. B, disability not removed
I Andrews will direct the home.room Wednesday and Friday 9:05: a. m.
Biggs, were played during the evening. Selection from Edgar A. Guest County Judge In and for
"Hark the Temperance refreshments were served program this week. Itradford Cuunty Florida and ask! Alvare, Jane, moved No. 107 Letters special delivery 'tJt
Song I Light -Geraldine Johns.
for his approval of same and my; Alvares, Levy mov.dA.hhrouk.
I Bells"-Melvlu Crosby Eleanor, about ten o'clock. Everyone hada Duct: "Sunbonnet Gal" Dor- The eighth grade organized a discharge as such Administrator.This Kelly moved and special handling parcels 10:10.: '}

Carra Bell Norman and story Teller's Club in English last 30th day of September. 1931. llalsden den. W., moved a. m. \
JHariaon time.SECOND
good othy Sapp and Mildred Hundley. Thursday. The following officers MILLER I.... JOHNS Brown, If. K., moved
[Alice Mast accompanied at the *_ Trumpet Solo-Billy Parker. l-80-6t-ll-S5. Administrator 1-tooth., Wm. R moved. North :

(piano by Edna Harrison. B were elected: :Ilradley, Wm. :d,, dead No. 12 Parcel and
AND THIRD
A Reasons Why I Should Not President Virginia Alvarez ;;;ice OK PI.H'ATlUf Poll Hray, VVm. N moved post letters
:
Several selections: by a string Smoke-Leslie Biggs. TAX IIKIOI) Ilarker, ilardsy moved Tuesday Thursday and Saturday,
Instrument orchestra Mr. Pasco Vice President, Vera Claire Robin Notice I Is hereby given, that toy Hutler J. H, moved ____
had 3:10 __
[ have _
The 3 A and 3 B boys Reasons Why I should Not : : p. m.
son; Secretary. Al Kay Carlisle; A. Bishop. .holder of tax *rartlflcatNo. !llower, Ralph D., moved _
[ Roberts of Jacksonville. several good baseball games the Smoke-Sumpter HarleyChorus"We'll 6.19 7th day of July, A. D. 1BSO, Dally Potty, dead No. 108. Letters special delivery
Treasurer Katie Fugate. We meet has tiled said certificate In my of. ml -. past week. This week they are Turn Down Our and special handling parcels 0:4O:
I the sixth period every Friday in flee and made application for tax Harkowltch Mrs. M. dead 4J _
Pearl: "Why are you so small? playing football. Glasses." deed. to Issue thereon In accordant Hell. Katie Ma., moved. p. m. _
who has the seventh grade home-room. with law. Said certificate embrace David (). Chase, movedChase Night malls close at 6:10
hot- Cleone Kinchen just Shun the Cigarette Edward : p. m.:
Margaret: I was raised on a the .
The 1850: edition of the National following described property situated A. L. moved
| tle. moved from Jacksonville Is a new Wainwright. be finished In Bradford County, Florida. frusby, herschel. J., moved No. 1, due at 10:69: p. m.; No. 2. _
member of the high third grade.I Society Gazette will Tuesday. to-wlti I (Canova P. A moved due at 6:19: a. m. .
Pearl: Lots of children are This paper announces the death of H% of NW of BWW. Section 1 0 Chase, Roam I., moved
brought up that way now. We are glad to have Cleone with Miss Martha Powell went to President and tells of the Township T south Rang 20 Has Christy C. N moved Starke ft Hell Branch '

folks Jacksonville Sunday afternoon. Taylor containing 10 acre Clark Lucenla M, moved Mail closes, 7:00: a. m.
but I'
Margaret Yes
I my us.The controversy over the admission of The assessment of (clRynon Wm. A., moved
didn't put anything In the bottle. high second and high third Miss Mildred Hundley went to California. under the said certificate 11..1 was Christy, Audrey moved Mall arrives 2:40: p. m. a:

grades gave a program of readings Madison Sunday. In the name of A. M. Williams.Unles Coleman, Ned (/., moved Blue HUB Schedule
i,I said certificate shall be I'ady, Dora M,. moved
By wire: "Basketball players and songs in assembly Monday Misses Dorothy Sapp Geraldine SAY IT .AGAIN redeemed. according to I.w. tax deed. DeSue. Samuel. moved Dally effective Jan. 1, 1932. 1fj' !
Johns and Elizabeth Hollings will Issue thereon on the list day Forsyth John dead
morning.
forgot suits. What will I do? I I Northbound 8:03 1:09
of October A. D. 132. Forsyth W. D., dead : a. m., : p.
Coach Jacobs. .- .worth motored to Lawtey Sunday. Lois Long (Joke editor): "I'd like urated this 2

Return wire: "Such a shame. Am, Mr. Larson: "Been living here to get off something sharp." W. Ar.DERMAN. Ihent.Urlffls, Bam John dead D., dead Southbound-9:34: a. m., 12:34: p. *4 _

sending same by carrier pigeon.- all your life?" I I Sarasota-Roy Bismarck opened Billy Parker: "Try sitting on a Clerk of Circuit Court George, I't..r": dead m., 4:34: p. m., 12: O.. m. J4( _
I I I (Seal) Bradford County Florida Harris, Han,
Prof. Gray. S. R. No. Sir. Not yet. warehouse on Ninth street. tack." -I0-6t-10-2l. Ethel J., moved Tickets and Information at j _
{Harward'j
0., moved Smith's Service Station next to
IfOTICH OF APPLICATION FOIl Jones, Noon dead ,
courthouse. I"
Prof. Gray: "Which are the uttermost :
DAYS TAX HKI> Jackson. Raymond dead
SCHOOL By DWIG parts of the earth?" Notice I II hereby given that Heater Jones, Robt. P.. dead -

Purvis: "The parts where there 1. Thomas, holder of I.S of tax Jllek, 11.V. moved
certificate No. 2(8 6th ,day of July King, Sam, ;dead
are the most women." A. V ] ,. has filed said certificateIn Kite, Wm. A., moved
Prof. Gray: "What do you yU office and made applicationfor Klvkllter James F.. Jr., moved : ii
tax deed to Issue thereon In accordance Klckllter, Vlvlrette,. moved
mean T"Purvis with law. Said certificate Mr*. S. J., moved
t4bEP1: : "I mean that where embrace. the following describedproperty Long:: 'I.ir. U.,
'Iou KNOVI A SootA.
1'1 situated In Bradford, county Matthew, Nelson dead
OONTCVtAl there are the most women there is Florida, to-wlti Mutes W, S. movedManning.

NOO Set VT, '' o3 ftsIT the most uttered." NBV\ ot SE14\ Section IS Tp. T S. D.: W., moved :,_ L
; St\Aooe OR. R. 22 East containing 40 acre. McNeal A. F., moved c
.t i TAT P. ce rAfliT? The assessment of said property Norman. JI'. T, moved
9 LPOW. AT GROW C&O A I NOTICH OP KI.KCTIOW under the said certificate Issued wa Norman. H. O, dead _
LLJ I IS \T NoT. Do COS To the Sheriff of Bradford County, In the name of unknown. t'lgford.. If. (I., moved _
'IOU e'iE-A. see. A'SHAOO JA of the Htata of Florida Unless said certificate shall be Poppell Nancy dead
2I itt tIO I .sov r poes Be :It That I't 1C A. GlOAT, redeemed law deed J'eeples, Ch.... W., moved
w1 R. D" T..I.e, 1'IQ.m Slot 1Itt\.t ro A.. .nf"I; State of will issue thereon nntt .I.tt.a of Robinson\ Richard, moved
Lt V7.I j14eR&5 'yo'Ji T Florida do hereby ",I.. nntlce that a October A. D. 1932. Holllns, itarmond; H. moved
"tREe. 1? TAATs '1 b4POQj1 GF.III: >JH.\L KMOTTIOV: Dated this 28th day of September Uouks, VS. M. moved
OF A ea ','oUR. will b. held In Bradford County A. D. m>. Rooks, Dixie, moved.
State of Florida. on Tuesday next O W. ALDERMAN $Wtannberry. flenj. A. roved
m iSfSTi UI% H0 aucoeedln. the first Monday In No. (8..1). Clerk of Circuit Court. Sllcox, Hllas, St.: d ;.,
.l E. l vember.. A. I>. 1991 the laid Tuesday Bradford County Florida. Sasser, Dan, nu>vedHecklnger
elnar. the !I-U.St- U. *W., deadHtaenberg
--
EIGHTH OAT OF NOVEMBHR 14. II., moved
For United State Renator from CLF.RKIU.. I"ItPF.C'I'OHIl.a Snail' W. K, moved
the Slate of Florida. for six yean < :*F.llAf. KLKJC'IIOV ttnell Ueorgla moved
from March 4. 1931 The Hoard of County Commissioners Scarborough Olin C, moved
For even (7) Presidential Hleoom. of Bradford County at their 1 Hhlver Mrs. Slnah M. moved
: meeting held In Starke on Monday Shiver, W. T.. moved
For Representative In Concrese, October 2rd, appointed the following Truhy, ... M., dead
Rtate of Florida at lartre, In theSeventyfourth Clerk and Inspector to serve at Thomas, Bdgar M. dead
Congress ot the Unit the Oeneral Election to be held at Thomas Jesne moved k
ed. State. the several' precinct within Bradford Thoman, J. Frank moved ,
For Represenatlva. of the Second County on Tuesday, November Welch. J. P.. moved Y
Congressional lstrlct of the Stale Sthi Wilkinson Lewis, movedPrerls
of Florida. In the) Seventy-Fourth Precinct No.1. T.. wtey_James >e-t .1m. U-.'..rk. <'..th) ; "
Congress of the United State. Rosier clerk) T. T. Blackburn R. Ill.) lirymer Handy moved.
For Governor of the State of Flor- Blanchard and J. B Austin In.p.tor. .. Boggs, Lewis C., dead
.. .'farroll B. S' moved V
Ida.For Secretary of Stat. of the Precinct No. 2 t Starke F.: Carroll Margaret L., moved WI't t
Stat. of Florida. M. Norman, i. kIN J. F. Klckllter, heaver, Kred, moved
For Attorney Oeneral of the Fred Scott and Dr. W B. Parks.. Inspector Durban Fannie 21.. mowed V ?
State of Florida. .. Dowllng, K. J., moved

For Comptroller of the State of Precinct No. 2. South Btarke-.J. Donley, L.; -'N.o: ::: I.d
Florida. K. Peek clerk: George Young W. M. Knsey, Alva leads all candidates
For Treasurer of the State of Oliver and T. N. Kendrick Inspector Korsyth' Wm. J., moved .
r. ;: Florida. .*. Feeler W. A., dead by MILLIONS o'Sal...
\ For Superintendent of Pabllo In- Precinct No. 4, Or.h.m-P'. T. Ab- Flnley Klley. moved :
truetlnn of the State of Florida. ernatby clerk U -Smith.' John Orlffu' Matthew O. deadUunter The punlle votee Goodyear *,
For Commleeloner of Agriculture McKinney and W. T. MclCver Inspectors. Wm. deslDeaths ;J tfie. _ _
Tires beet attain In ItUaaUl
of the Rtate of Florida. Alice, (:. M, dead
I For Three Juatleee of the Supreme Precinct No. 6. H.mpton-C. H. !Hamilton B. H.. moved ttry year since lIe. ; ,
Court of the State of Florida. H..rr..r. clerk) K O. John. 11'. M. Jonee J. T.. dead That's. record you can bank '
For One Railroad Commleilooer and O. W Rhame, Inspectors. Jones, Willie E.. moved on. The public KNOWS tire t
of the State of Florida. Iason, Elmer moved tau
For Stat. Senator for Fifteenth Precinct ) t Thereise-John Meade, L. A., moved value by experience..
Senatorial'- Dletrlct of the State of Hall; kIN1i.) L. Hlnson, 8. R. Mansoll, Olady movedMcFashlon month Goodyeur built tea
Florida. Swindell and A. 1.. Sullivan Inspector Abe: moved 290 millionth tire.
For One member of the house of .. McMillan. P. S, movedParks.
I lepreientallvei of the State of Flor- Precinct No. 1. New River-S. I* Jerry deadPowell. Why buy any eeeond-cbolc I
Id.. Crews, clerk VS. A. Sapp, R 3. Turner Lucy C.. dead tire when COOI>YEARS coeluomorel
For Cnunty Judge. and J J. Thomas, Inspector. Phillip. Emily 8. movedRobinson ,
For Sheriff.For Precinct No. S lirooker-M. P. Ma- Miter, dead
/f Clerk of the Circuit Court. theny, clerk. ; i. R. Oalney, 8. IPreecotl Reddish Pearl K., moved
I For County Aieeaaor of Tazea.For and R. SL Haaen. Inspector HoutherUnd. J. J:. dead Register Motor Co.
Tax Collector.For *. Stlth M. C.. moved ,
County Superintendent. of J. t. UNDERBILL! Stllh. Elisabeth moved
I Public Inetruotlon. Chairman. Board of County Com Thomas, Truman dead pnoNID 105
For: County Surveyor.For missioners. Bradford County Fla.ATTE Wilson fsom. dead _ _

18ABs ioo. For Three Five County Member Commleelonera.of the County O. W. ALDERMAN T( : Williamson Wilson Ellis A., moved A., moved 8TABKK FLOaID.I I j ______________

Board .Fablla laatraeUon. < Clerk. lt-T'41-10-11 Young, leery :I*, moved I ________________



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BRADFORD COUNrY TELEGRAPII STARKE FLORIDA __ -.-'-- r )j'JID.\y.Ot-1'O En 28, 11131

FOunI .--- -- : shill! thence West
MASTHH'S 1&.840'1
and Charles Martinez and STARKE, OUR TOWNStarke 6,600 ft. thenc., En, nano' Aatli,,
high guest prize. pacing I Notice In. hereby given that under South .040 tt 1 that. Wstk .
The hostess served delicious refreshments Billy Turnbull. : and by virtue of a final decree of ft thence South J.ur n
is but little town. and t rendered by illyi
made 2640 heneel
to the following)) : Mrs. Some think it small and run it the foreclosure Hon A. V. Long, Judge *>>f the jiieijc i *fThae I.JM; II 'i.l4f ;:
I "r rJr' f oictyJ H. C. Wall)), Mrs. C. D. Shank. Mrs MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER ] Circuit Court of the Nth Jvulolal .! ft. -thence We. ;( "j'U'
L. Wyman Mrs. E. Burns, Mrs. D. down. Circuit of Florida, In and for Ala- futV] *:980 ft. then t I ''
But it is just as good as any. chua County In Chancery during county ti., .uiheaot'o.{
A. Montleth, Mrs. Lamira Murden, Mrs. the Honorable A, Z. \
and of
Mrs. Nat Turnbull Mrs. N. Stern- Mrs. G. P. JfUymond entertained Friday There's but a few-not very many",, the Adktnx absence, Judge of the 18th Judicial' twoeootnties'i; :i' '\wn4lh/'/!.
R. A Thomas Judicial .0
Starke.It
80th
?/ Much better'n Circuit from the unlit point 440 ft. West h L
: 'berg, Mrs. J. C. Robinson Mrs. evening at the former's home, on is not dirty, dismal, 'drab; Circuit, dated the 20th- day of October corner of the North.;, "J Sou'b.
Hutto Mrs. J. W. Andrews 1932. In that certain cause the NOrtheast 'l'">rteM'
Mrs. Lula L. quart
and Haynes miscellaneous -
MEETING captain with a crab. !
EXECUTIVE BOARD Walnut street : It's tidy. Folks here seldom therein lately pending between The Bradford County, (h... Bea" r' X
third auditor. More than twenty.* and Mrs. O. L. Beasley. shower honoring Miss: Lottie Starke la not run by unjust people; federal Land Bank of Columbia East 8DHtI ft; th"c! v .m I 'I"n'!.!

h II dq, The regular meeting of the flve members from the Starke the Louise Walters who was married There's not a, tower! nor: yet a ow Plaintiff, et al., and, Defendants Barbara' Morgan, the under-wid- 7 thence fIIO tt'I East thence. We" ,l..i VlfKonk J 2/

ri executive board of the Woman's Grove are expected to attend- SCIIOOL TEACHERS HONOREDAT Sunday to Mr. Edmond D. Tlnly. steeple, Igned, who was therein appointed North 2,640 rt. thence East( !I7lton

Club will be held Wednesday morn- district meeting. RECEPTION FRIDAY NIGIIT A Hallowe'en motif' was effectively 'But then what use are they to us? a execute> Special the Ma.t.r game, will In ,Chancery on Monday to, to In Bradford I count y ors,, .' 8eclI0.1.

L Jug Nov. 2nd at 10 o'clock. After the business session- so- carried out in the decorations, They soon would cause just fume the 6th day of December 1932. during the line began. Itr .tent
r cial hour was spent. The Woman's Club was the scene quantities of cosmos and goldenrod [ the legal hours of Bale, before ** iriiuant to the ,
) and fuss. the court! house door, in Stark, Section 7 referred.. totahulenth,' la"
HALLOWE'EN PARTY of a reception last Friday night being used. Games were played And Starke bas businesses you Florida. Hell to the highest and beet Ing, hunting, pursuing inolettp'!
I Ir .jr
MR. AND MRS. II. C. WALL when the Woman's Club and the during the evening and prior to 'for cash, the following I d*. of game upon these lands
.4 know. i :: bed Will' uo
and being lawful and >
lying
patty will be given CLUB) Business Men's Club entertained In the lovely Innds. eltaute the possession
Hallowe'en ENTERTAIN the of many or
;! A presentation One year from now we'll all make In Bradford County, Florida, or other devices for the top;
-
a at the Woman'. Club Monday night honor of the faculty of the Brad- gifts to the honoree, Mr. :John r to-wlt: Kim* upon these inj at

,. October 31 at T:30.: Prize. wUl be :Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wall entertained ford High School.' Powell Bang, "0 Promise Me." dough. The N'4 of the 8.8RVJ., less rlght-of., and It shall be"unlairf"",""r""'
& ,Just do your share way of the A. R. & O. Railway anyone to cause or "r
given for the best costumes worn members of their contract The club house was beautifully Tempting refreshments were serv- fair being a strip 800 feet wide across enter, upon this area.permit dote It<
will be
-e't' by the boys and girls and the :bridge club Thursday evening! at decorated with radiance roses and ed the guests who were friends :And AU we'll show people how to grow. being Name, and In the Section 8IS 14, 8 or, the Township NEW, all 7 State C. C.Oal1le WonDWADD

grown-ups. Admission lOc their home on Cherry street. purple and gold wood's flowers. and members of the Baptist Young Race Jay. S. U 20 :E, containing. ) lie acres, Approve.d, ummhshmq'
Jn Lovely pink radlaace roses in In the receiving line were: Mrs.! People's Union; of which! Mrs. I more' or lees., DOYLE B. CARLTON
t s
Bald ale
j,, ,,,ff .. CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR vases and bowls were -,effectively W. E. Middleton, Mrs. N. D. Waln-, Tlnly was an active helper. I BIRTHS to with be the made appurtenance pursuant to said decreeto Governor of Florida, ''I'i 1 y.1I'1I'11"Smoky" ,

{; arranged about the home for this wright Mrs. C.'A. Futch Mrs. B. Those present were: Miss Vonda satisfy the same and costs

E'' A business meeting of the Chris- delightful party. Three tables Jacobs, Mrs. I* D.. Green and Mrs. Inman, Miss. Marie Stafford Miss Mr. and Mrs. Elijah Strickland, Special E Master K. PKRRYMAN.An In Chancery: .

: ;;: ', .. tiara Endeavor was held at the were at play at the close of five R. J. Davis. Josephine Raulerson Miss Dorothy Oct. 26th. LAYTON &: GRAY l)-2il.8tll25.NOTICE .

home of Miss Entelle Kendrick progressions, scores were counted The following program :was en-, KlckUter, Miss Wilder Raulerson, Graham, girl Robert E. Lee, Rus- ,
Mr. and Mrs. yIn
i,1'.I' ,: ,.j .7 Monday evening. The treasurer'sreport and prizes awarded Mrs; C. A. Joyed: Miss Martha Powell, MIllS Bunnie )
,
r 27th.
an ,;(?, was given and new business Knight and Mr. :J. C. Robinson for Two solos by Mrs J. W. Andrews Canova, Alias Vera Claire Robin- sell, boy Oct. NII<|<-* for the Closing a ('...'.1" i
Ott : was discussed. A Hallowe'en party during the eve- accompanied by Mrs. H. V. Arm In Inlnn and llrnilford loan
; th making high scores son, Miss Dorothy( Sapp, Miss TO MEET tlm. l>. a (Hunt Hefge-
CROSS
k 'k,'4; h will be given In the near future. Knight (a) "Carlsslmar: by Arthur Elizabeth HoUingsworth, Miss Mil- RED Under authority of Section 7

t !',*''?{i H ning.A salad course was served tithe Penn; (b) "Lilac Tree", by George I dred Hundley, Miss Wlnkum Boul- The Bradford-County Chapter of Chapter 1929, 13644 notice Laws In hereby of Florida.!given Acts thaton
TENLYWALTEK8The : Mr. and Mrs. H. Gartland. : 20th, 1U8H,
following players ware, Mills Edith Taylor Miss Hazel and after November
4 it C. A. Knight, Mr end Mrs J. E. Readings by Miss Marjorie i Crews, Miss Eunice Williams, American Red Cross will hold its for a period of five years a certain. J
J"s Biadford countl..awill
D Tuesday In Union and
r. s < marriage of Mr. Edmond Wilson Mr. and Mrs W. M. Wainwright Stump (a) "A Practice Baby";; Miss Lillian Stump Miss Louise regular monthly meeting area be closed all a genie refuge.
''iI '' Tenly, of Qainesvllle, to Miss LouIse Robin afternoon at 3 o'clock in the Wom- boundary line description. of
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. (b) "Day Dreaming" Walters, Miss Clarice Gill, Miss The The FirePrc1.'cntiol
Walters of this city, was solemnized Court. an's Club. this. area Is as follows:
Anita
.. Mrs Mies
F son, Mrs. R. F. Demorest and Violin solos by ; Doris Silcox Miss Geraldine Johns, Beginning at the Southeast Corner
a" r Sunday October 23, at the Nat Turnbull. manch, accompanied by Mrs. J. H.. dieses Pauline and Thelma Priest, 4 of Section 0, Townuhlp 6 South, Clot(11\(,
I 4 home of Reverened G. P. Raymond Courtmanch: (a) "Adoration" by Zolfo Springs-Board of Commissioners Uantro 22 East, In Bradford county! '
Miss Dorothy "
Miss Louise Snyder, thence running North 11,880 feet Imo'," nary .
cd' After' the ceremony the couple] Borecke (b). "Sarabonde" by Carl] of Hardee county pur- West 1,320 ft., thence North nuo.TB.P.T. mTr1
BIRTHDAY PARTY GIVEN ; White Miss Myrtice Ford, ;Miss thence "'""' ..*. ; ...2
t l. left) for a week's tour of South) roil BETTY: McRAB Bohne. Francis Hemingway, Miss Louise chased 40-acre tract comprising :h3"oceft south; thence 1,320' West ft. thence 10,660 went ft. done. ...?'.....,110.10.0100..10., ( ,,, ,&.. "

Florida. Two vocal duets by Mre. R. :J. r Kite, :MIss Audrey Carlisle, Miss aqua Vitae Mineral Springs here, 2640 ft. thence southwest 8,520 ft. ...l..lH..k con. un eon.trrthe ere pm..,work|un. ,ih". "'
Davis and Mrs. E. L. Biggs: ((8)) and will establish public park. thence South 1,760 ft. thence west. '
a'' MEETING Mrs. Georg"W. Kenly entertained Ruby Silcox, Miss Fanny Silcox 1,820 ft. thence south 8.980 ft. th ni-s "5.u krle| nl, .
COMMITTEE .u ..
?
: at her home In honor of the "The' Sweetest Story Ever Told, Leslie Biggs Marion Williams, An- West 1.120.p. thence t80nlt':2RII: ftthence hi.ere, -nk. I.I,nr.,..n'.I.,,,'fin ..64..
her by R. M. Stulps; (b) "The World Moore Bill Marianna County courthouse ft i; ........ lif.. "Mniuky'11. .d..
committee of the< birthday of one of klndergarten drew Taylor Jimmy also to New Itlver the division between duln.boo bee
The music 'o .how how
McRae. la Waiting' ''for the .Sunrise, by Edwards Wilbur Thornton, Chas. renovated. ( the two counties: thence l.- you 'to .f-.gu.rjI your..h.
w Woman's Club of Starke met at pupils, Betty Union This point but hi rnnl ,lm.ur yituymzsss ...,(,
.. the home of Its chairman, Mrs. R. The children of the kindergarten Ernest Seitz. Pender J. B. Silcox, Joe Edwards, Is 760 the ft Southeast In corner county.of the Southwest stark 'In."..".. ,.?.
gave a program for their mothers Talks were given by Prof. R. A. Laddie Boulware Billy Crews, Sarasota Piggly Wiggly Corporation quarter of the Nonlhwest quar' pna"tinn eed I. I.our 1010
i J. Davis Tuesday afternoon. Plans which included songs, dramati Gray, Mr. G. M. Inman, Supt. A. J Hugh Walters. Ronald Pitts, to open grocery store in ter' of Section 11 In Union and Bradford Ie provide II for you t.. ?help pa
entertainment wen thence running north
the counties
'.{.? a for years outlined. Following zation of stories and several num- Griffis and Mr. H. V. Knight.A George Silcox! Al Kay Carlisle, Bill this city in near future. 1.320 ft. thence West 2,640 ft, thence HAROLD C. WALL
r., ., ? ti { discussed and bers on their toy orchestra.In social hour wall enjoyed and Tyson, Charles Lennon, Jim Moore north 8,980 ft. thence West 1,820 ft. INSURANCE
transactions the hostess North 5,280 ft. thence West
business thence
Ice and Mr. B.
and Powell
delicious homemade cakes John
refreshments to those the dining room where the Edwards, Paul Raymond Mrs. iter, Mr. 1.120 ft. thence North 2840 ft. thence STARKE FLORIDA
; ,,1 served present ,
n '.'. ., who : Mrs. W. E. Mid guests were invited after the program cream were served. Edith Montgomery. ;. Mr.,J.,F,Kick- .D. Tlnly. West 6,600 ft. thence South m"..__1,320_ ft.
.jj were
.
had for ltd central ]
the table .. '
i..'' yi o. 'dleton. Mrs. George H. Lowry, cake *holding PATSY RUTH WAINWRIOHT : '. ." -" .. : :. '
.a r Mrs. E. M. Davis and Mrs. E. L.. decoration a birthday BIRTHDAY ,. -
1'' Biggs. five pink candles in pink; holders CELEBRATES TRY PLEE-ZING TODAY AND YOU wi LL BE CONVINCED OF ITS QUALITY

and surrounded by pink coral vine. ,
r -. Ruth Wain-
Little Miss Patsy
..l The ices and mints were..also in
.Ci.. WEIIl-KAY MAUHIAOE wright daughter of Mr. and Mr,.
.' IN NEW YORK CITY pink and white.
M. hostess to
W. Walnwrlght, was
The little honor guest was pre
of her friends Thursday' afternoon
sented birthday gifts. The guests many
to invitations received
r According
enter-
t when her parents PLEEZINSTORES
here Miss Beulah Park Weir and Included Betty McRae, Betty
sixth birth-
tained in honor of her
:. ,,1 Mr. Clarence Niles Ray will be Hayes, Leon Gray, :Jr., Bobby day anniversary at their home.
married tomorrow afternoon, the Gray. Barney McRae Mrs. Barney
M. ,
attrac-
t The party rooms were
,. .;a 29th of October, at'four o'clock In McRae, Mrs. E. W, Hayes and colors
s decorated In Hallowe'en
.. ", .- ., the Little Church Around the Corner Mrs. Leon Gray. tively
of'the
and symbols significant
in New York City. GARDEN CLUB.MEETS approaching season thrilled the lit STORES
:Miss Weir Is the attractive 1i
y FOOD
lie tots from all sides. Horns and
.
.. WITH !MRS. DAVIS
{, ... 1. t, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cicero i surprise packages were 'presentedeach =
R. Weir of Asheville, N. C. Mr.
;I..r.
The Madison Avenue Garden little guest as favors. In
of Mr. and Mrs. L.
Ray Is the son
Club'met at the home of Mrs. L. A. the dining room the table was covered -
.u C. Ray and the family formerly SATURDAY OCTOBER 28th & 29th
t' : lived in Starke. Mr C. N. Rayis Davis Oct. 20 Mrs E. K. Ferryman with a lace cloth and placedIn
presided over the meeting. the center was a large birthday ,
s is now an auditor in the National .
After the regular routine of business cake topped with six. tiny, spark'
Bank of New York.
P, City will be at a letter of resignation from ling candles. Refreshments of Ice '
and Mrs.
kr Mr. Ray
I home to their friends at 530 West the!!"'newly-elected president Mrs.J. cream and cake was served. Assisting FLOUR 'Plee-Zing Milk

L. PeeV) was read and"resrgnaI ( [ Mrs. Wainwright In enter-
; it York !
112th Street New City. f
h.. --. I tion acmpted.Mr '- taining was Miss Madge Middle- PLEE=I ZING.-, __ -__ 6 lbs.,19c121bs.; 34c; 24 Ibs., 64c Tall Cans 5c
1VOODMEN'CIRCLE : .,,;;;;.. A. Davis was electedpresident I -------- -- -

; (and Mrs. K. K. Perryman il ton.Enjoying this merry occasion (PJain of Self-Rising) _

:- (The Starke Woodmen Circle met was elected secretary. It was the with Patsy Ruth were .Lucite Alvarez RAMBLER 61bs. 17c; 12 Ibs., 29c; 24 lbs., 53c
i Margaret and Joe Montieth.I ------ ,
""i ; Tuesday evening at the Woodmen unanimous vote of the club that in Meal GritsIQlbs

'', 4 hall with large attendance. The the future this club be known as I Billy Blakely Gloria Buford, Ida or

Starke Circle received an Invitation the Garden Club of Starke. Every Lulu and Marjorie Davis, Betty COFFEE I5c

t from Poinsettia Grove to attend one Interested Is invited to Join. .McRae, Jacqueline and Buddy Andrews _____'__- -


+; ..4. ;I. ii' ; sonville the, district November meeting 18th.In Jack The the The afternoon subject was for flowering discussion trees.for Francis, Marjorie'Alderman,Sue Paul Mlddleton..Csnova, PLEElZING+ .VAC. CAN, 1 Ib ______________.___ 33c Long Grain

,' ? Starke degree start will demonstrate The club adjourned to meet with Jr., George Flynn, Jr., Bobbie I, FRESH'GROUND, lib. ____ ___ ___ _________ 21c Fancy

'.f1 evening the session.floor work Miss Gladys during Williams the- Mrs.Nov. 3rd Davis at 3:30 again: p. m.on', Mrs.Thursday Davis, I Biggs Joe Murden, Martha, Fay KlckUter and Mary Jackie Alice ''FRESH GROUND, 1 Ib. ____,__________________._ 16c RICE, 5 Ibs. _____ 15c

...;.: I g has been appointed district served refreshing. punch and took.tee. Yarbrough, Sonny Haynes, Maurice
4 :wBAPTIST t Edwards, Jr, Edgar Wilkerson, 22c

WHAT EDITORSARE W.hL S.'T-:: ,J.W y :Miller Nina Bishop Frazee Olin, Merry White,Beth' Jr., Lora and .SUG1\R\ v (Limit Sibs; to customer), SIbs. - - ':' -

HOLDS MEETING >**' Charles Knight, Sarah and Juanita

SAYING Barefoot Freddie Wlmberly Lyle .I' f ''Plee-Zing ". '-
y The Baptist W. M. S. met at I Anderson, Virginia and John Anderson Plee-Zing -(
25e
et' the church Monday afternoon at ,.. Mack Futch, Betty Mar- OATMEAL, pkg. ___ lOc VIENNA SAUSAGE, 1-2's, 3 for .,.._;- .L: J:_. ;--_ .
that Roosevelt has shown 3:30 o'clock with Circle No. 1 and Melba StrlngfelloW
NOW] : )Ja garet 25e
iI; stuff el which he Is made. charge of the program. There Wanda Pearce. Keith Pitts. Elsie Free, Golden Topaz Tumbler CORN BEEF HASH, 1.2's, 3 for _____:....,'_/ :.--- --

., { "Republican leaders find themselves were twenty-four members presentMrs. Green, Richard Beal Jr., Betty :V- lOcOATMEAL
.with i each package POTTED MEAT 1-4's 3 for _____ ----
-
In their juice Streno- -
stewing own ,
't, A. M. Darby president led Lewis Shank. Kirk Lewis; Jr., Joan .
1 only have their orators tried to the devotional which was followed Dobrow Louise Stern Betty and 4' BEEF No. 1 15c
CORNED can ___ .- ---
15c --------;-- -
pkg. __ ,
d paint Roosovjlt as a weakling, a by an interesting program. Mrs.I Sarah Sewell,. Thelma L'Etta Cor- t5e

blunderer, an have Indecisive.ailed mlserabljB7 Ineffectual. J. M. Brownlee leader of Circle (Hotel Size) ROAST BEEF, No. 1 can ________ ____.-- .______.._

person They being in charge. The topic of discussion
( t hie)! own acts Frauhtln Roose- I was "The Enemies: of the tOe

t Sell' has met their testi lie nee Cross of Christ" Helpful and interesting 01VORIED Plee-Zing Vinegar PRUNES, (New Crop Bulk) 60.70, 2lbs. ___r--.-

proTon' hlnuelt to be dlgnlflad. 'orl' papers were read'as follows NERVES 24 oz. Dot tie lOc 2 for t5e
--- -- RAISINS Seedless 15 pkg. -
oz. ----
,y tone, thoughtful. He la being accepted : "Friends and Foes," Mrs. 3 -

s by more thousandi every M. Brownlee' "The Enemey of the FIGS 8 package 1 ---. r tOe
day M a courageous\ capable and "" ; Maple Syrup, 35c.size 28c DRIED oz. --
Priest "The
Sword Mrs. E. C. ;
competent leader, who has'Ionvlc.! -
'tlona and tbe strength to act upon Enemy with the Bottle," Mrs. A. 1 pkg. of Plee-Zing Pancake 40 pkg. 21
M. Darby; "Bullets from the Ene.my's BISCUIT FLOUR, Plee-Zing, oz. --------
111. Herald
East Moline .
; ;;them. ) FREE
i I, (Ind.) Gun,"" Mrs.. W. J. Epperson; COCOANUT MOIST Plee-Zing, 4 oz. can _____ lOcPleeZing
t SI' "Dry Figures; Mrs. L Q. Hemingway ,
tge
"We have known many Demo. ; "Our Weapons," Mra.,,n.. A.'' T TUNA FISH, Plee-Zing,1.2's; can __--:s-;,_--- _- -

'I ,crate atauncbesl In our friends time.from Some tbe of south our Thomas,";Mrs."Our:M. C.Ten Stith.Commandments -CakeFlour, 44 oz. pkg.20c TOMATO, SOUP, Plee-Zing, 2 for _________----- t5e


y t; ;ti' those have been Democrats Republican.never bave Some len ot'' the Arrangements Thanksgiving was box made to besent for the Queeif Olives, quart __ 27c POP CORN, Plee-Zing, tin _____-____-.;..:...-----.- to.:

i i l w i their party, others have. We are the girl at the orphanage In Ar- x. 'r '

I'firm In the belief that no man or cadia and final plans: were completed Potatoes 10 Ibs. 15cOnions : 24c
woman should stand for what tats for the bazaar, which will -- 'Pure Creamery Butter lb. = .- -

'country baa had to take and con. be held Friday December'9th. ,

l'tlDU.' to like It merely for the sake I.,_ __.....-.4"'..:' ;:.. :. .:. : ,.3 'Ibs. ,, -T-".'" lOc: -
party. MRS. WILSON IS HOSTESS

"That this country needs a man TO HER CLUBHallowe'en UP TO your" can In work- California Y. C. Peaches lOc
lllke Roosevelt at the helm stands every nerve at high tension ,: Picnic Hams Ib. - r r r

featuredIn No wonder you snap at the wife 2 1-2 can 2 for __ .25c ,
'without argument. Tbat this conn* colors were -" ,.. -
children.
ana bark: at the
y itry needs a change Is also ranted. the 'decorative motif used Watch .out! Overworked

IFor months we have been seriously afternoon by :Mrs. J. E. lb. __________ -- 15.:
Thursday turves: may lead to Sl epl** CHEESE ''full cream Ib. ,.. ____ 'w- 19c Hamburger, __ --
_ -
i considering the step we are taking: Wilson In entertaining members of IMISS. Nervous Headache Nerocue ,
1 and the active support of Roosevelt her club at her home on Walnut Indigestion and a host of I5c
N, % r and they' Democratic ticket. W. do street other unpleasant dlrtarfaanesci. Best Grade White Bacon, .lb. __....., 8c Smoked Sausage, lb.. _______::--_---

"+ ,'m\\ke> this Chang firm In our be on Walnut street. Why don t you try In. ,MUea"

I lief that It Is the right thing to do. Golden, brown and russet shades Effervescent Just ODe ins Nervin Tablets atwater No. 1 }ffliced; .Breakfast Bacon lb.;____ 15c; Weiners, )Jb. _____________---- -_15CChoice
of they
"We are perhaps not on* .
of fall flowers blended their brt; makes a pleasant spukthav ,.

forgotten men that Roosevelt baa t Uant beauty to furnish a background drink deDahtluDthine'' 18c Pork Ribs lb. ___ ___ ________- lOcCARRADINE'S
Beef Roast lb. -
of tbe
of are masses
spoken yet: we i for this delightful and Informal to over-taxed nerve.. Cuta:. __-- --*_
than of tbe classes. We n.Ite. .
t rather
affair. The tallies used Dr. ItUM Nervine Is now
_ ., .. that this nation during the tads ta two forms-Liquid and SON
were of Hallowe'en design, and the WHITES
J. W. '
;regime one of President of tbe pedal Hoover' privilege bas\ become prizes awarded at the close of the i EiT:. same ve sent soothing Tablet e4'ad.Both.kvth A. H. GREEN ,

+' (and government by a few for a few afternoon were attractively wrap $ljM at jrovr drag star' 62 Starke, Fla.

: Tl rather than a government of the ped In keeping' with the occasion. LAWTEY, FLA.. Phone 86 Starke, Fla.Phone Line of Garden
_, We Fun
people, for;,jbe people, and by tbe Five progressions of contract .. D M L r: SNERVINE Carry
Austrian
1 ,people. bridge were played and, scores' >C2 l.r' We Carry Wilson .& Toomcr and Field Seeds bacludlar and

r ;' "LETS QIVB'! IT BACK TO THE! counted. Mrs. O. L. B.aaley made 1l..1A,. rrft Fertilizer-Also full line of Quality Winter Pe" **, Onion> Seta Oats

PVOPLm.--Pltt.burc. Cal, Independent high and Mrs. O. L. Haynes sec: ( >OD. Seeds at Lowest Prices Bye'PAGE

.(L) _. ond. Each received prizes. :Mrs. ...


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;11 0.IS'" OCTOBER" .x3.., 1932 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLOIUDA PAGE! FIVEV+
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Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Shank Bet- o'clock I IIOIVBY CRITICIZES I Clearwater .- Bellevlew Bill- !

+nlro ty Lewis Shank Mrs. Llllle S. Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Zeigler of SIIOLTZ'S PROGRAM,I WHAT EDITORS more Hotel to open for season { .+,
Lewis, Granville Lewis, Mrs. J. C. 5
Gainesville were visiting his par- January 14. '< +
+r. Bits ofJjaa1Nevj Robinson, Messrs. G. K Lewis ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Zelgler (Continued from page 1.) I ARE SAYING __. ., '
James Lewis, Lester Price and ; :; IIlle.
w'v I Sunday. sign" that so many men In recent : Inverness) Additional I
Eldredge Robinson, R. B. Left- Everyone is invited to Christian have begun to break walks to be built in front of JoIn
witch, and Dr. S. L. Rucker motored Union at 7:00: o'clock, and churchat from years'the idea that they must away sup-I "At a time when the Admlnlatra ston's Department Store. "..''s[ + .

to Keystone Heights Melrose. 8:00: o'clock every Sunday eve the candidate forward lion at Washington and the bYllne.e ---------- f"
e port put by
and Gainesville Sunday afternoon.THERESSA I II s i I of the ., whatever !
ljt ning. their party, no matter what his Interest country Cocoa-Hob Not* opened in new;
0n Mr and Mrs. Cecil Moore and qualifications for the office in ques- I their political predilection are en quarters In Bellalro building. ,
r Concerning Our People, Business and little lon Charles'of Ga.lnesvllle,1'Ition.I I gagea In! a common effort to combat -- -- '_.---

h1h were visiting his parents, Mr. and "Mr. Howey Is a man who knows I ilie depression and restore economic
h1f of the County and Town. .
f Progress I Mrs. D. W. Moore Sunday. I I the state thoroughly and will give I labllii?. It comes \with poor grace See Our

h1II RiWE.TIIE Ml.. Kkodn Zclcler, Car. I llr. and Mrs. J. R. Hinson, Mr. I the state service," Dr. Lowry said, I II for Republican campaign orators to aCast ,
.. .- and Mrs. Neff and Miss Kahtryn I I "Florida will be doing herself represent that the election of Mr Iron IIntr- -Ded Room Ft I;

u: Mrs. W. M. Bender of Earlton Thomas of Jacksonville, were visiting proud to elect W. J. Howey to the Roosevelt would be a blow from. Suit*-:
..
REPORT Judge A. Z. Adkins I is which the country could hardly -
holding I was visiting her parents, Mr. and Mr. Hlnaon's brother, Mr. G. office of governor." Mixed
"
court In Vero Beach this week. pect to recover. -Hartford. Conn
IIu Mrs. M. Hall Sunday night and W. Hinson and family Sunday. 's
IIn. -*- }
u, compiled by Starke branch, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. M. McGruder of Courant (Rep.). '
Forestry Service.Week Miss 'were her mother I a a a PRICES RE.SONADLETERMS
S. Mae Patchett is spendingthis Mr. and Mrs. Hampton visiting II
B. F. Hall
of Starke
r L ending October 25th. week in Lake City. Mrs. W. A. Jones last weekend.Mr. S I Mayor John V. Dora ot Seattle in OR CASH i
to Max. MID. Preclp.t. were visiting relatives here Saturday William Packham 'was a Introducing Governor Roosevelt :o +

1, t t. 19 83 59 Mr and Mrs. E. H. Smith were ; night and Sunday. visitor to Starke Monday. U ''a huge Democratic meeting there DENMARK FURNITURE. : ', ; .
L 20 85 61 visitors in Mrs Florence: Williams of Earl- Mrs. D. W. Moore and Mr. How. termed himself a Progressive RepUblican COMPANY '
Tampa Sunday. '
l t..21 85 64 ton Beach Is visiting relatives here. ard Moore were visiting her sister, 4 and said tbat be sea
t.22 83 52 Mrs. W. H. Hall and little daughter Mrs. T. 'Brown Tuesday after ', "sick and tired" of the present Re -
t. 23 86 58 Mr. W. P. Smith and Mr. T. D. Carlle Mae, Miss Ouida Hall dublleanparty. leadership tie '
t.24 84 60 Rickenbaker have returned froma and Mrs. Arthur Milliken were noon.Mr.. J. Jones was visiting his evoked cheers: when be predicted City Beauty Shop "

L 25 85 6i1: visit in North Carolina. visitors' to Waldo and Earlton Sun. brother, Mr W. A..'''Jdnes Saturday tbat Governor Roosevelt" would
day. evening. carry. the elate of Washington .in PHONE
BDr. J. W. Brownlee spent Tues- Mr. C. S. Finley has returned to Mlss.Mlldred, Phillips was a visi- I Ie November by' more than 100.009.

iv In Jacksonville. his home In Marlon, N. C., after a tor to Ocala and Silver Springs -----.......-.. a a Do you have steno? '
S -., ,., If MO, we give Medicinal Pock, r
visit here with friends. Sunday.Mr. ,
I/ART&BURG "In view of this campaign ot the .
Icol. and Mrs. D. :E. Knight were I and Mrs. E. F. Harris of Ii Republicans the reception which ,la TSo.Klwtrlral Fnclul, 13 a'Acne
(cent visitors in Jacksonville. Miss Patsy Brtnson and Mrs J. Waldo were visiting Mrs. Harris' being won by' Governor RooseveltIn
.
v Miss Virginia Brant: ley, treatments, ,'.::1:3.: s ,
F. David of Hugh, were in Starke parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Hall Sun- o.r his present tour la of exceptional .
Ser( >" of 0, ouch 9I.OO."
ICoI. and Mrs. H. V. Knight spent last Friday. I day.Messrs. Interest. The governor la taking the I
|Dlay: In Jacksonville. < James and Sidney Trleat Miss Nettle Ruth' Starling was people Into bls confidence In a way/
----- Mrs. T. H. Long, Miss Lois Long were transacting business In Jack the guest of Ruth Brantley Sunday that Is refreshing lie has dared to

BMr. C C. Hoppe of Tampa was end Miss Madge Middleton motored I sonville last Wednesday. I, afternoon. be forthright and open upon controversial FLORIDAT \
I visitor at the home of Mr. and to Gainesville Saturday Mrs. A. L. Sullivan spent Satur.I Mr. Lonnie Harris was visitingMr. Issues lie baa bad the
[is. 0 L. Beasley Tuesday. day night in Hampton with her' Joe Brantley Monday after courage to tell the farmers, to their KGAINESVILLE.
Mrs. Alice Langford of Gainesville -.I mother Mrs. Delana Jones faces that there Is no magic r.s
Mrs. E. M. Johns attended the was the guest of Mrs. R. A. I Mr. and Mrs. John Jordan and noon.Miss Ola Mae Andrews was the formula to restore agricultural well' ; ;. FLA. M,1 r
I small of Putnam Hall being He outlined to them a way, .- --- _.- 1 Y r
irliln-N" C. State football game Thomas for several days this week. daughter guest of Miss Freda Brown Sunday I
Tampa Saturday. were visiting her parents Mr. and afternoon. In which, form prosperity could be PROGRAM WKKK OCT. :27
Mrs! S. R. Swindell after I restored had we a man In the White l +rp
--- Mrs. E. E. Canova and Mr. J. J. Sunday Mrs. Lizzie Tyler was visitingMrs. --- -- -- -- -- -
Mr! L. A. returned to Canova were visitors in Jackson noon.Mrs. Pearl Andrews :Friday.Mr House who was sympathetic to THURSdAV: &: FRIDAY
t. home In Raleigh, N. C., Sunday ville Sunday. Mary Hill and son, Messrs. I farm problems. And be has been ILLROGEit9In !
cr a visit here with relatives.Mr. Jessie and Johnnie Adkins of Jacksonville 'I Jerry and Joe Brantley call. outspoken upon tbat difficult problem .
I, ed on Misses Freda and Boots the railroads. Providence, ,{
were visiting at the homeof
I Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs. A. "DOWN TO KAKTH"
Mr. and Mrs R. M. Sun Brown Monday afternoon. R. L News Tribune (D.)
and Mrs. W. J. Epperson i Z. Adklns motored to Jacksonville Hersey ---- ---- --
, tit Sunday In Madison with Mr. Tuesday and spent the day. day.Mr. Mr. Joe Brautley was the guestof SATURDAY- A Aa
,1 I Mrs. W. P. Knight. and'Mrs.. Hope Barnett were Mr. Roy O'Nea.1'.Frlday. Bartow Interior of Japanese
,, Mrs. Paul Canova, Miss Bunnie visiting her slater Mrs. R. M. Her-I Misses Lena Mae O'Neal and Ola Gift Shop Improved. MADISON SQUAIIF.! OAKDRN

:Mrs. E. M. Johns, Mrs. T. J. Grif- Canova, Miss Martha Powell and sey and family Sunday.Mr. Mae Andrews' were 'visiting Mrs. With o sl h'i
ancl Mrs. C. A. Knight ,spent Mr. Paul Canova were visitors in B. Lv>Varnes-and Mr. Glenn Roy. O'Neal Tuesday afternoon. JACK OAKIK ,
ednesday In Jacksonville. Jacksonville Sunday afternoon.Col. Thrower'ot'';Ja ,it ",>nvilla, were vis- Wt11ieTkri\ *!Homer O'Neal were ,fir ', R' We ea .... _, ... -- --- 4

.- iting Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Zeigler visiting A. T and i Paul' Andrews, CENT A WORD Monday Only-On the Stage
lEmmett!: Gahagan of Savannah D. E. Knight spent! the first Sunday. Tuesday afternoon. AL ROGERO VAUDEVILLE AND RADIO
V, Is visiting at the home of his of the week in Fernandina, wherehe Mrs. B. L. Varnes and son Carl Southern football Is expected to COLUMN STARS REVUE
Wlfather, Mr. L. C. Powell. was called to conduct a murder and Mrs. O. A. Thrower returnedto Brooksville. All-american,. *S*acclaim Al Rogero of the University --__-- ''k .4 J.I,
of Florida as one of the season's best
trial. Jacksonville after visiting Mrs.Thrower's Grocery Installed nepV,display case. FOR RENT-Two rooms with .
.' .;passer and punters. At 183 pounds, On the Nrrti!! +n .
(Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mitchell and sister, Mrs. J. J. Zelg r -- ----- : Rogero appears to be in the best conveniences and garage, $2.50per "NIGHT AFTER NIGHT" r b
18S Lucille Mitchell motored to Mrs. J. W. Andrews and son ler. Panama City-.-Local post..offlee '.shape of his career, and all-Dixie week. A, E. Dunham. It* WithOKOIIQK u
Icksonvllle Monday. Buddy, Mrs. J. M. Mitchell and Everyone is welcome to B. Y. P. to move to. new quarters :December honors are said to be within his RAFT :
Mrs. George Roberta motored to 1 U. each Sunday night at 7:00.: ; 1. grasp FOR SALE-Large lots with beau- CONSTANCE CUMMINGS

I Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A. Gardiner, Gainesville Tuesday afternoon.Mr. tiful shade trees, one a corner .. .
------ -- -----
lot, for sale for cash
d Mrs. L, O. Jones spent Sunday or terms.
., Hastings. ;and;: Mjs. T. :s: Griffin spent I 'Nine See me before buying. James' TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY bp
Soplis Guard and Tackle for the Florida 'Galors /
Sunday in Jacksonville on account! Play Jamb, Starke- Fla. e it* "ALL AMERICAN"With

Mr. F. B. Johns, Mr. R. V. Tur- of the illness of their niece, Miss l FOR SALE- -One 1 1-2 i f i.JrXI
., ,,., hp. gaso- ItlCIIAKD ARLEN }
:r and small son, Bobby, of Jack- Ola Griffin of Waldo. I 1 r. y .1r t
line
and
engine 1 p
one 1-4 IB hcentttu&al ., ... .. .
'" -
nvllle spent Sunday in Starke + Li
1th relatives. Mrs. T. E. Cook returned to her fittings and pump complete'with I NOV. 3 & 4 i ?a
belt cash $38.00. O. BIG i
"THE
r home, in Jacksonville\ Wednesday +
/a J. Phillips, Lawtey. it.
Coi. and Mrs. S. L. Scruggs of after a visit with Mrs. O. L. Beas- .
asw
ilnesvllle, were the dinner guestsMr. ley. *
and Mrs. W. J. Epperson BROADCAST"J
onday. Mrs. L. Wyman Mrs. W. E. Mid-
-- dleton Mrs. O. L. Haynes and Mrs.
Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Haynes, R. S. Fernandez were visitors in '
tees Sarah Hope and Georgia Gainesville Wednesday afternoon.Mrs. I !

ithryn Haynes and Othma, Jr., )' +
nt Sunday in Tallahassee. William Norris and daugh- Pt
ter'Miss Mary have returned from
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Johns and a' three weeks vacation spent in n

a, George, of Lake Butler, were Virginia and Washington, D. C.
'iltorg in Starke Tuesday after-

f'on. Mr. and Mrs. George W. Kenly, t I j"Vs
Mr.. N. T. Ritch, Miss Genevieve i.
t Dr. and Mrs. George H. Lowry, Kenly and MIMes Hope Haynes
re. H. V. Knight, Margaret Lowly motored to Jacksonville Saturday.
and Merry Beth Knight were In -- CROCERYI
Jacksonville! Monday afternoon.. Mr. and Mrs. COo, .1. Nashworthy
.... I and Mrs. G. H. Me//.Jle.spent Sunday : T R i
The Christian Endeavor will have I In Jacksonvl"' a.a: guest. .of .. S+ r, '

I I Hallowe'en party Friday eveningit ,: Mr. and Mrs. Ren+ Parkin. e
the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. S.Oilatns. I h ,w.. 1
,' r Mr. J. B. Perkins of Atlanta, i V '
Location Between Bank and Postofflce ,
I Ga., was the week-end guest of his I
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wall and : sister-in-law Mrs. Bynum Perkinsof

',II''. and Mrs. N. Sternberg attend- Lawtey.Mr. I Fresh Creamery Maxwell ,House _
4 the
FIorlda-N. C. State foot-

>laU game In Tampa Saturday. Ruric Wells, Mr. Oscar Peterson d.R Ittilr' Butter lb. 20c Coffeelb.-30cl
Mrs. Powell and Miss Oater- -
Urs. R. G. Mangum, Major and man of Jacksonville, visited Starke

Irs. Mellon of Camp Banning, Ga., Sunday. r (
'nroute to Daytona Beach visited -- r PILLSBURY FLOUR241bs75c98lbs.
Jr., and Mrs. L. D. Vining Sunday. Mrs. J. H. Fields and little
daughter. Hazel, spent the week-

Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Dial and son end visiting In Baldwin and Jack- 2.35 J1
*y. Jr., en route to their home In sonville.Mr. .

Ubany. Ga., were the guests of '
.'* and Mrs. W. G. Halle Wednes- T. C. Hawkins and Mr. TOMATO JUICE PEACHES k

ay. Ernest Amos, Jr., of Tallahassee,
were business visitors in Starke No.1 can Sc No. 2 1-2 can llc\\ '

Virginia Fucrata entertained Thursday and Friday.Mr. .
''ghteen of her little friends with '

,, Party Saturday night at theme and Mrs.E.: E. Branch Of' LARD 3 pounds 21c
I of and Mr. and y- at9l' ,
her uncle and,aunt, Mr. Jacksonville Beach,
a Mrs. J. F. Colley. Mrs. Paul Hutching, of Coral Ga-

-- bles, visited friends in Starke [V k CORN Country Gentleman, 2 for __ 25c\ 1 t
Friends of Mrs. A. S. Crews, Thursday.
''M has been 111 In the Riverside -- -

"" Pltal in Jacksonville for sev- Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Moseley and Baking Powder % lb. 5c
eat[ weeks., will be glad to know daughter Edna Mae, and Miss -
drat she Is able to be home again. Dora Manning spent the weekendIn H

Mrs. j. c. Robinson, Mr. and visited Vidalla Marguerite Ga. Purcelle Miss Manning. 6 ,J Cocoa 2 Ibs. 20c

"> C D. Shank and daughter Coconutpkg.5clIMA r Vii;

Bitty Lewis, Mr. R. B. Leftwitch Mrs'S. T Dell Mrs. A. V. Long, v *e
sad Dr. S. L. Rucker spent Satur- Mrs. F. A. Canvoa and little h

d 17 ;m Jacksonville. daughter, Mary Ann of Gainesville, BEANS 5 Ibs. 25c #> *
I spent Wednesday with Mrs. J.. M. CTHE -
Da
SL.. Rucker, Mr, C. D. i Brownlee. '
bank and Mr. R. B. Leftwitch of

ante koneta[ Va., left Sunday for their Ralph Cox, Merrill Futch, Lester Toilet Paper; 3 rolls 10c '
after a visit of several days Price Robinson and Charlie Chaplin -
a t
the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. of the University of Florida, Y J

l4binaog. attended the football game be- 7 Octagon Soap or Powder 10 for 2Sc\\ 1 ;'
twen Starke and Callahan Friday ttM1
!(
r.
and Mrs. W. H- Struth had afternoon.Mr. y
:_their recent guests Mr. and OATSGoldMedal3for25c Lrlt. ''tda

1. M:_D'h and daughter, and Mr. Arthur Ridgon. ofJaokeonvlle
"n"e. 01; ; J. J. Rldon, E. J. ,
37ldwoods, iteand .
fc.. W, W- ,* ; : .'('t.1'7 t. \U : .t ,. PEPPER Black 1-2 Ib. JI'' '
:% Palge' Jr., and .on : Roberts and :Miss Eva Rigdon 'l 'f f < ::1 t"_ (:: h:;' .. 19c
Mr.,anst) M-W, Edwards spent the'week-end In Largo, at- .:""t. ..... 'I F ..". ,. .

fed GaL!daughter Struth triedrlka. and Miss tending the Mt. Enon Primitive : UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA HAS FOUND the 1932 football. season to b. parade-of sopho FLOUR, True, Love 24 lbs.French's ___... .. 55e ; ;
of :Sack onvllle. Baptist Association and were accompanied mores. In the) line, particularly lor the gaud aod..tackto: positions, newcomer to the varsity dominate. -
kIae- back by Mr. Louis Look at this array: No. 1. Tomaur. L>.., Taps; .No. Jt. Art Sk...*.. High 8prt>ra; No. a.
llllay Kate Struth returned Thomas of Detroit, Michigan, who Welcome Shearer, Jacksonville; No. 4, "Beefy" Stark. Jacksonville; No. ft,, Carl Schoman Jackson, Mustard Jar IOcAg 1 -
I b' trolU Ja 'ksonvtHe here baa been visiting In the south for Till*; No. 4. Hal Starbock Tampa; No. 1, "Pug" Brrao. Gainesville;' No 9, Emmett ,Etter JaeksonvUli.No.,9.Gcorge ,

.visited relatives,, j- ,- _pastthree weeks. : _McCampb West, ,Palm",Beach._ 'c': '" qi Ah






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SIX BRADFORD' COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STAKKE FLORIDA FRIDAY j jZ ]
OCTOBERVi
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: I ; ; S ; S ; S f---.= =- : !oral Election In November IfSt. Section. 4. The Supr.'t- -,'-----J

NOW. THEREFORE:, i. R. A. Gray hear, consider and "''a
Secretary of State of the State 01 and exercise all It.determi..: au..
I, WRUF FARM PROGRAM Florida do hereby give notice that I.dlctlon a. a single POW.f. a,, JUt

; a r. 4, "The v0' Florida" f a GENERAL! ELECTION!! case the court a majority snail Coflstit0ttmIst.of the body' lit' "hlr. ,

I SECTION ,! LIVE STATE NEWS will b. held In each county In Florida for the dispatch of buV.n.i.SUor ,

FARMERS Gainesville. S S, Fla.' -.-Radio. .talks S first 11)32.) on the Monday Tuesday said Tuesday In next Nov.mb.r succeeding being, the A. the D. diction regulation may exercise In two as may It.division poweVr be ,, ,,?J*? lu'l or I


about Important Florida farm News of Florida in Short Paragraphs EiGhTh DAY OF NOVEMBER! I the Court. Each dlvl deter"'ln i. t L '' I, .
Conducted by Demonstration Agents will be given at noon each for the ratification or rejection of slat of three members ], Vh*". """ '"
problems the said I Joint Resolutions proposing and the Chief .Justice ._ \ tot
I. 41 41V day next week from state radio amendments to the Constitution. of virtue of hi. POSition a?r uhtii"''k;
j station WRUF the Florida Agri- the State of Florida, vie : tlce be a member. of M.I'hl.t, *..
... and the
1IfiiiiiJl -- -. --- ..w.-- A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing to Judgment of eHh S Y"lc!: :
...-,, ---- .I cultural Extension Service an- Amend Section 5 of Article 8 of concurred In by all flit .JRVU) |0

They will be given from I they Constitution of the stats of such Division. shall. be thtmb,5: '
nounces.
I 4-II ACHIEVEMENTS CHICKENS POORLY Tallahassee N. T. Froscher, cept the plea under law, appointed Florida Relating to County Comml..lon.re. of the court. The coscur..ttv. oi"
12 to 12:45: EST according to the .
I majority of |
TO KB CELEBRATED HOUSED MAY GET clerk of circuit court in Brevard a defense lawyer, and gave him 24 r
following schedule: BE IT RESOLVED TIT THR MSatSLATITRH court shall be necessary". ',, d.i
TilE COUNTRY OVER COLDS AND ROUP Sat. Oct. 29 Florida Farm county, was suspended recently by hours to set up a defense. "Judge" OF THE STATE OF Ion and Iudgmen if the-, .
-
Governor Carlton. The governor'sorder Hodges protested, "I don't want a FLORIDA: whether the court Is settIng' :
) division' in tw
News and Hints. Farm Editorial That section 5 of Article S of the or when acting
-. 4 Gainesville. Fla. The achieve Gainesville, Fla.-Chickens may Snapshots. said Froscher was suspendedfor lawyer and I don't want a triaL I i Constitution of the State of Florida. body. AI a Ilhll
malfeasance in office. O. :M. killed him and that all there Is to relating; to county commissioners, be Ail capital! eases. all
ments of approximately 900,000 take cold just aa humans if they I Mon., Oct. Fertilization in and the same Is hereby amended, and volving the det.rmln..lI"n, eas,1 of In
have to stay in wet, damp quart- Simmons, of Tituavllle was namedto It. .. amended I. agreed to and shallhe or federal Constitutional It"
farm boys and girls In 4-H clubs Relation In Yield and Cost of Citrus succeed him.Tallahassee submitted to the electors of the and such other cases a. qU.IlIon
will be celebrated the country over ers, poorly ventilated houses, roostIn -W. R. Brlggs. The Produc- State of Florida at the general electlun rooted by the court shall mal'b. bl dl
drafts this faU and winter. Bradenton Twin sons were of Representatives to be held In med the court d.t.r"",
; Saturday November 6th. Fifty-six tion of Limes in Florida-Dr. A. F .bY acting s. a '
= Ilhl'
_ I Colds are simply nasal catarrh Students at Florida born to _Mrs. Vernon C. Capo of 1912 for approval or rejection Said body.
.p stations of the National Broadcasting Camp. Section 5 of Article 8, as amended, The Chief Justice shall\
ti Company and many independent and are recognized by watery discharges Tues., Nov. Nematodes and State College for Women have Cortex, not unusual In Itself but shall read .. follows: over each Division and ,.,v-P..ld
I she has a twin sister. The father Section 5. Immediately upon the court acting a. a single Ih
from the eyes and nasal added table.tilting to their lists of bOdy ,
stations will broadcast pro- Borers in Cane-J. R. Watson. i ratification of this amendment, the 1 when the Chief Justice ?
I grama In cooperation with the passages, dullness, and diminished Farm Question> Box. Indoor sports. Nightly groups of has twin brothers. The physicianin county commissioners of the several 'fled or is absent or Is dlsibiiS""*.
Ire,
the has brother and counties of this state shall any cause the Justice
twin divide
at case a -
assistant veterinarian darkened oldest
appetite girls gather In a room, in
United States Department of Agriculture Wed., Nov. Transplanting Ornamental their respective counties (into of service present. and rmh
) anti state agricultural colleges the Florida Experiment Station. Plants-Dr. A. F. Camp. sit around a small table rub their the attending nurse has twin boys. five commissioners', districts, to be ,shall preside over the entire quam,
)7 iv
I in which the club leaders and Birds with lowered vitality, such Distemper In Dogs-Dr. E. F. hands together, place their fingertips The reporter who developed the five.numbered.Inclusive respectively, and each from district one to and disability. each division of .the thereof Chief mull cot tt

members will tell about these as those naturally weak or infested Thomas. on the table, concentrateand -- story also has twin sons. It Is be- shall be a. nearly .. possible equalIn removed. Justice J

\ achievements.Three with worms, are far more suscep- Thurs. Nov. 3-November Farm wait for the table to answer lieved some of the telegraph editors proportion to population, and The votes cast In compliance wit
,
thereafter. there shall be In each of said proposed
; Florida stations WJAX, tible. Jobs and How to Do Them-J. their questions by raps or tilting. I handling this story have twins such districts a county commissioner canvass. declarations amendments and, and r ti h,.

? WSUN. and WIOD, will broadcast\ The control for colds lies in simply Francia Cooper.Fri. and certainly that some readers who shall be elected by the qu.lIllfl.d thereof shall. be subjected. to tur it
have. electors. of said. county, at the same regulations and restriction
a 4-H achievement program from I removing the cause. One poundof ., Nov. Handling and Stor- Jacksonville a personal let and place of voting for other are provided by law for gen,

,e Jib' 12:30: to 1:30: p. m., EST; 30 minutes Epsom salts per 100 hens, givenIn age of Sweet Potatoes-J. Lee ter to Mrs. W. F. McFadden, direc- ::' cminty officers\ and shall hold hi.office elections IN In the state of Flnrl.ln.
: for
Brooksvllle The call four year.; provided, however TEHT1MONRY WHEn
drink in grand jury
will ,
a
the water they
coming from Washington and Smith. Pruning Drouth InjuredPecan tor, Mrs. Franklin D. Rooseveltlast that the county commissioners OP', I have hereunto, ,

_______ spraying or washing the head with of ballot box stuffing In connection 1983 from the even numbered districts Great Seal of the State ,
__
__ the national of the
/ i Music for part S in the Duval County Dem- mall serve for two years, and (SEAL) Florida, at Tallaha.,,
program will be furnished by the antiseptics may be advisable. ocratic Club. One of the regular with the Drane-Peterson primary those from the odd numbered districts the Capital ihu the i

the Roup, likely to follow colds, Is election recount reported to Judge hall serve for four years, and day of August, A. D l IS-
Marine and speakers
U. S. Band cards the
'h4 I HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES 1 1Demonstra membership bearing sig- thereafter. terms shall be four R. GRAy
d' will be Mrs. Josephine Bakke, caused by a contagious organism nature of "Eleanor Roosevelt" was Stringer In circuit court that It years. The powers", duties and compensation 8614tllSecreu'r'y ot SIt!
he explained. It Is recognized by was unable to find evidence sufficient i- : of such county commissioners -
work In
In of club Irc.m-o::
charge girls I[Weekly ) -II sent the club's headquarters in the shall be prescribed by law.A SPECIAL MASlRlfft "tLM

_____________ Iowa, and Dr. C. W. Warburton, dl-I the offensive roup odor and thick tlon SpecilIsL &. TaUahu_ I Mayflower hotel.JacksonvilleSearch. to convict any person. The JOINT RESOLUTION Proposingan Notice Is hereby given
dector of the Federal Agricultural mucous discharges from the eyes I I opinion was .expressed In the presentment Amendment to Section I and to undersigned.. Special Mantel Ihat In tl
-
; _ Section 4 of Article V of the Constitution Chi
,1, Extension Service. i I and nasal passages. The cheesy .. for mob- however, that the boxes of Florida Relating cery of the, acting under. the. Until deer
Circuit
accumulate in the had been with and 'h" Court of the. Twem!'
that Judiciary
of the mucous may tampered Department.BB
During the local portion sters, responsible for the reported Sixth Judicial Circuit of Florida
IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE I
: ,
of the head often SCHOOL LUNCH MENUS I unnamed and for
of Bradford
from WJAX music will be eyes, and parts persons Hillsborough County In Chi
i program flogging of ten persons Includingfive ) OF THE STATE! OF rery In that certain cause,
', furnished: by Bradford County club swell. women was extended Satur- county were responsible. FLORIDA Ralph ;3. Glover Is the plaintiff whrrr
,
", __________; girls and the speakers will me J. | The spread of roup can be prevented Some good menus for the hot day as police sought to curb a Section That the t and following to Section amendment 4 of ArticleV to T.his. B. Edwards and Anna Edward an

W. Danson, Duval county club boy by quickly removing all affected plate lunch at school or elsewhereare wave of such lawlessness within Tallahassee-Strawberries con- of the Constitution. of the State of and wife entered.are on defendants the 13th, render>
day of
Ethel Robshaw, St. Johns county birds from the flock, cleaning : ((1)) Boiled ham with scallopedcorn the city. Four more whippingswere tributed more to the agricultural tKread Florida to be, ,and and shall the be same submitted Is hereby to tober 1932 will sell during; the lei 0

and boiling or disinfecting and baked apple; ((2)) creamed wealth ,of hours of sale. on Monday tha 7th' d..
t41 club girl, Mrs.! W. A. Hogan president reported to authorities while Hillsborough county 'ha electors of the State of Floridait of November, 1932 at

of the Duval County Federa- drinking vessels.ualng water, and chopped beef on toast with they were In the midst of an investigation than any other crop last year according the on next the first general Tuesday election after to the beheld door of the courthouse the In Stark Sou

; tion of Women's Clubs, and R.'W. cleaning and disinfecting the string beans and apple or pineapple of six others. Two were to the twentieth agricul- flast Monday In November 193, for highest Bradford and County best bidder Florida fur to II,
cash
l. Blncklock state boys' club agent. houses. salad; ((3)) meat loaf with by women and the other two by tural and manufacturing census of ratification Section I 2.or The rejection.Supreme Court following described property, lyli tti,

From WSUN the local portionof Treatment of Individual birds buttered cabbage and vegetable men. the state, conducted under the supervision nlinll consist of seven (7) Justices and b..lnlIn the County of Bra

:, of the program will present talks should be similar to that salad; ((4)) baked beans with mashed of Commissioner of Agriculture who shall be elected by the quall- described ford. State as oC: Florida, known an;

_ by Clarice Hand and Vernon Simmons recommended for colds, but badly potatoes; ((5)) creamed peas and Tallahassee-Drivers- and chauffeurs Nathan Mayo by enumer- and fled places electors. of of voting the state for members at the time of The BE% of SW'4 of Section 2
6
Twp. S. R. 20 Ea"t, and NW'<
A affected birds are such a menaceto carrots with mashed potatoes ators chosen boards. the legislature The term of office' 4
of Hillaborough County, Prof of trucks In Florida are pro- by county The NE'i of Section 28. Twp. 8, 8 R. j

tg Hugh Coil, principal of the Arona the rest of the flock that the bread and one-half pint of milk. hibited by law from remainIng reports for each county are checked of he each t'jrms Justice of office ehall of be the six Six years Justices East, containing acres more t

rural school In Plnellaa county, and best treatment would be to kill and Split Pea Soup on duty longer than twelve and approved by the commis- now constituting Supreme less.The said property will be told j
_ _
\ Wash and pick over 2 quarts of Court shall not be affected by thl.amendm.nt. .
burn them.CUTWORMS. satisfy the above
t Mrs.. Joy Belle Hess, home demon- hours without an eight hour sioners and then compiled at the Their successors shall of foreclosure mentioned dect

stration agent of Plnellas county. S split dry peas. Soak over night rest period, Chairman Eu- capitoL be elected In the same manner andit (Signed) B. K. PERRTMAH
will BESTCONTROLLED and drain. Cook In 7 quarts of the same time and places a. re-
Special Mast
The WIOD local
program gene S. Matthews of the state rail IMlrnd by the Constitution before. J. I.. FHAZEE !
"t present music by Dade County club WITH cold water with 3 quarts of hamor road commission said recently. The Tarpon Springs-Captain F. Ver- hla.. amendment. Upon the ratification Plaintiff's Solicitor, 10-14-41-11
,,', POISON BRAN BAIT corned beef stock and 3 onions of this amendment. It shall be
and
girls, talks by Frank McCarty commission chairman made the zone and crew of seven of the Nicaraguan -
the duty of the Governor to appoint NOTICE]) TO
Rub nFRTOlie
soft. ASDCIIKItllOHX '
until
Lora Sinks of Palm Beach County peas are very schooner James
: statement in commending the Douglas one additional Justice of the !
_ Gainesville Fla. Cutworms through sieve and thicken with Supreme: Court and he shall hold of-
Judge Edith Atchinson, Dade coun- reached here last week hungry, Notice Is hereby Klven that acreditors
Georgia authorities for drive to
_ well known their habit of cut- flour and 1 of butter which a fice from the date of his appointment legatees, distributees an,
by cup
; ty Juvenile Court, and Mrs. Chas. rid the highways of "sleepy" driv blistered and exhausted after row- until Tuesday after the first all persons having claims. again

L ; _______________ f Fisher superintendent of Dade ting tender vegetables plants off have been rubbed together. Bringto ers. ing about 75 miles to shore from Monday In January 1938, and whose the estate of Guy C. Cady clocoast
; County schools. just above the ground to take onlya boiling point, add salt and pep- their lost Verzone successor shall be ejected at the are hereby requested. to presei,;;
1L' ship Captain
: generaL election In 1834 to hold office their claims to the Hon. leo /
__ __ __ ____ From 12 to 12:45: the same day few bites and cut another can per to taste and 2 quarts of hot Tampa-Some sort of record has said they sailed from Tampa Fri for a term of six years beginning Clardlner, County Judge of Bra,

,, _ state station WRUF will broadcast best be controlled with a poison milk. Beans may be used in placeof day night with a cargo of lumber In Tuesday after the first Monday ford County Florida for the II i;
[been set by William Stafford, January, 1935 and thereafter the proval within one year from d.,
a special 4-H program. The speak bran bait, says J. R. Watson, ento- split peas. (Serves 60.) handsome 20-year old Boston for Jacksonville. The ship began successors. of the justices of the Supreme hereof, or this notice will be held I

t ers will be Dr. John J. Tigert, president mologist with the Florida Experiment Scalloped Potatoes leaking Saturday. The crew fail court shall be elected at the har thereto, and all persons Indebtn
youth, who admitted to that general election next precedingthe
_ police to> said estate are requested to p'
of
of the of Florida Station. Peel and slice 10 pounds po ed In efforts expiration of their terms of office\
( ,_ University ; he has entered a Tampa home every to stop up the hole. their said debts forthwith to Hiunderslgrned
E. of the State Cutworms are the larvae of a tatoes. If potatoes are very large respectively, except In case of an.le"tic.n executrix t
Miss Mary Keown, They abandoned ship as It sank : :
-i night since October 1. He turn- i l to rill an unexplred term of This 80th day of j,18mbpr. 19:
w, Home Demonstration Department moth that files around mostly at cut In two pieces lengthwise before ed over most of the loot from his approximately 75 miles out of Tampa a Justice whose term of office may MRS. FLORA B. CADY
night. The moth lays the slicing. Parboil and drain. have become vacant. I 9-SO-9t-ll-25. ExeculrlPAGE
and Alachua County club boys and eggs on robberies and smiled and nodded. bay.
,, plant near the ground. The worm Put Into pan a layer of potatoesthen -
_ ., girls. pleasantly as victims appeared to -
hatches and digs Into the ground, a slight dredging of flour. Identify him and claim their prop-I Miami-Men who took the silence I LIST OF QUALIFIED ELECTORS, BRADFORD COUNT

: CAKE IN HARVESTING coming out at night to feed. At Dissolve 3 tablespoonfuls of salt erty. Police said he was under a of Governor\ Roosevelt on the FLORIDA 1932

: ; PECANS WILL PREVENT this time of the year there Is a 1 teaspoonful of pepper and 1 1-2 suspended five-year sentence for bonus payment question as an Indication ,

t _ generation every month. cupfuls of butter in 2 quarts of hot that he favored immediate
I RUINING FRUIT BUDS house-entering at Houston, Texas. Precinct Nol-Lawtey
__________ -- I I These worms are usually abun- milk, pour over potatoes, cover payment feel "they have been be-

; ; c Gainesville, Fla. When harvesting 'dant In grassy fields. For this reason cook in slow oven until done (about Tallahassee-;.Highway communication trayed" since Roosevelt announced Anderson, G.o. A. nlnkl Annie Marr Joe
the land should be as 1 1-2 hours. Remove cover long I Anderson Eva ninkine, E. P. Moore, JameS. 11.
pecans, care should be plowed between Leon and Liberty his stand at Pittsburgh Wednes- I Arwood, H. B. "Ixnn, w. R. Moore, Tho" J.
taken to prevent ruining the buds t far In advance of the setting of enough for potatoes to brown del- counties-Interrupted last week day, said W. W. Waters commander IArwood. Nora r. nlnkln", Mary Murrh. Lenard
icately. (Serves CO.) Abraham H. N; nlnkln". P. I. Moore, Ja. ,
If fleld
the
the
that will make next | plants as possible. when old of the bonus expeditionary force '
wooden
year's crop, an bridge across I Anderson John Davis, \'o'r. Mattie H. Matt. Grover f"A.hford
,, G. H. Blackmon, pecan culturlst Is kept tallow for a month most of Vegetable Soup the .Okeechobee river collapsed of here recently. "The stand of Mr. I Mandy n.Bu". Charles Morgan, W. II.I .
Combine two No. 2 cans of I Anderson RQbt. D. "urhan, Estello Moore Loui'a Bell
the will starve peas
? with the Florida Experiment Sta- worms its and fell into Roosevelt In his Pittsburgh speech
0 own weight the I And"r., C). .. Dinkins, l. F. Brown
; tion, recently explained. If it Isn't feasible to plow the one No. 2 can string beans, one No. stream-will be resumed within 30 on the bonus question Is a genuine I Austin J. 8. Durhan. EI W. Moore, Mr. Ala
2 can small lima beans 1 quart I Itrowning John "arl..y. T. T. Mo.l..y.. R. W
field a month before the plants are ,
to millions of vet-
., :, : _ All nuts, It thoroughly mature in add days. State highway engineers today disappointment I Brown U.o. W. [tarl..y'oCr.. ... Mattie Moshey E.Blanchard. .
F set the worms can be poisoned.This cooked carrots cut strips, erans and their friends I Alanllon Davis
can be shaken off by jarring the said the new bridge over the am I M. Jeff Moore, Mary
; can be done by poisoning col- 1 pint cooked cauliflower or kid sure their reaction will be Burne"L-Evprette E. FJdw.rd.. Wm. Ir. Moore. Lloyd
; j branches but for earlier harvesting river at a point about one-half highly BI..e w. Jr. Edwards., M.mle LouCoor... David W.
beans with 1-2 French
use poles to tap the clusters in lard leaves or some such material. ney pint mile below the old span will be detrimental to his candidacy" Wa- Bianchard Hobt. A.. Edwards loIn. \'or. E. Morgan, OUa
_ with an arsenical and scattering dressing (Serves 30.) Brown, Minnie S. Bunice ,f. a. Moore P. sr
such that the nuts will be within ters said. The B. E. F. chief is ;
a way completed a month. Work :
; Box J 5'.
C. P'utch, (leo. I. Moore W,
Chocolate Blanc
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:: knocked off. Bamboo poles are the them over the field after It haa Mange has been underway for about nine here recuperating from an Illness.PahokeeR. Hsirney, Jessie Futch Itlonds, .7. II.
_, ... beat been ployed and the worms have Mix 2 2-3 cupfuls of cornstarchwith months. Blackburn.\: 'F. P. Futch: l: .1: Manning: Sirs.. Lillie
k 3 of cold milk until C Blancbard. Anna Sf P'utch Beatrice Mo..I.y, l..om''
had time to become hungry. This cupfuls
.
H. .
The pecans should be permitted Grigsby figures Blanchard 11. 51. Futch N. B Morgan 111. 5!
should be scattered late In smooth. Add slowly to 4 3-4 Blanchard: Z. 'utch: : ; : John D. J
to remain on the tree until thoroughly poison Punta Gorda Sam Hodges, he owes his life to a nail and a Bell ? Sr. B. McCormick

mature, unless they are be- the,evening so that It will not dry quarts of scalded milk. Cook in farmer, doesn't want to be a bother tough pair of breeches. A week- Hennett Brown Mra C. B., Nancy P'rlll'o Ferguson, Joe V. R. McRight McCartney, E.Cha

) ;' ing carried off by squirrels, crows out before the worms can get It. double boiler 45 minutes, stirring to anyone. He pleaded guilty end fishing excursion on which he Britt, O. W, P'utch, H. B. MoEnchern C. C.
Bell. M. J. Ford A. C. Nettles. W. J.
blue-jays or some other enemies, In If the worms are found destroy occasionally. Melt 10 ounces of here to a charge of killing J. Tom embarked on Lake Okeechobee IDa Riggs Martha E. tlriffI.s. John B. Norman, W. ErviflBoyette : I

which case it will be necessary to ing the crop after It la set, the chocolate, add 1 1-2 cupfuls of sug- Graham the result of a long small skiff came to grief whena D. .1. (iriffis. C. L. Norman Ja" S.
_ poison brain Is the best control. ar and 1 1-3 cupfuls boiling water BuU.rrl, John Orlffl., John W. Norman, Jerry 51.Bennette \ .
harvest Just as soon aa the husks standing fued. Circuit Judge John high wind came up and prevented Hettie Or..n. James. J. Norman, Henry S.
_ begin to pop. This Is made by thoroughly mixing and stir until smooth, add to first Whltehurst said he could not ac- him from getting back to shore Berry, Ann Griftis, Joe S. Norman, J. N.
______ 25 pounds of bran with 1 pound mixture, stir until thoroughly mix- Bennett. H. '1'. Green Joseph S. Norman, W. 5'.
;: The ground under the trees with a small paddle he was using Royer, Henry Green, W. 0. Norman Ray
-, should be clean and a canvass or ,(fOf Paris Green or caluclum arsen- ed. Serve with cream and sugar. for motive power. As he drifted Bradley, Frank M. .. Mamie; Norman: W. 11.

cloth ate and moistening it with enough (Serves SO.) SAVE,JOHN RUSKIN out the 42-mile wide lake Rlanchard Kathleen Oriffi's. J. D. N.w..om, PerryBlackburn.
burlap spread around each on high F). C. flaakhns. Mre. Lena N.w.om,
PittI
tree when harvesting, otherwise water to make It damp but not -Annie Mae Slices CIGAR BANDS waves tossed his boat about and Blackburn I. F'. Oriffis, R. A. Norman I

sloppy. This bait should be scattered S v Blackburn, I). L. flodwin J. 0. Paul A.
/ considerable he overboard. His :
time will be consumed was flung
the field late In the af- GOVERNMENT TO ACCEPTCOTl'ON Bennett. 52. H. (lodwin: Mrs. Eva Frevatt.; : Stoic
in hunting tha over breeches small nail Bennett Mr. Groves KhItieBeacoan
nuts and many of caught on a Mary W. D. Prevatt
,
ternoon. It should be scattered ON FARM LOANS W. L. laakinc, .1. L. Raul.reon, R. JameS
them will be lost. E' Ask dealer in the stern and prevented the boat
I your :
evenly If the vegetables are close B.acom, Rather Grltf'' Smiley R..d. J. R.
S I from drifting out of his reach, he Bryan W. W. G.llkln.. J. Darby Rosier James
POSSIBLE TO OBTAIN ly planted, and should treat about Liberalization of crop productionloan for new Premium said. He was rescued at Lake' Bennett, Richard kaskins.., lor. C. Reddish Calvin

_ five acres. In the case of plants terms for relief of distressed Rrailey'Il'c'!' mm: Coiley.. 'Iteddish, .1 1'
I I :
GREATER WINTER EGG ,v Catalog. Moro Port, suffering from exposure but Brown, : Elsie. ltolerts. EflOCh J.
I RECORDS AND PROFITS spaced far apart, like cabbage. it Is cotton farmers was announced In otherwise unharmed, after a nightIn Rlancharl Anthurine trtffts., Waiter Reddish. Volley It.Brown. .

only necessary to drop a llttlo early October by Secretary of Agriculture : fr Ilnvunn tobacco the big fresh water lake. Bennett' .Mrs.Lissie Fiorence mlm:: Clyde Arthur Reddish Rosier. '.100.Drew r.Blancharll .

4, (By Spuds Johnson.) bait around each plant. Arthur M. Hyde. Under is now -, En.a Oriffis. [top.I. A. Rosier, Berry E.
S the new regulations, cotton will be Bryan W. M. Orlffla, W. L. Itowe John R.Crewa. .
Winter Is the time when eggs used Clearwater The Clearwater F. I. Godwin, \'orr" AnnIe Lou Rob.rt..of 'W.earter .
[.I are generally scarce, and conse- CLOTHES REMODELED accepted as collateral for crop production ( In JOHN Chamber of Commerce has declared MArion D. Orlffl.. Trub,.. Ho.r' .. 53.
Miami loans of 1932 and Crawford, W. Robt. (trove's, Mrs. Ellen Rosier It. SCrews.
3,000 unpaid '
Fla.-Nearly garments -
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I
: quently nell for a high price. The RUSKlN.making war on the new seventh grade Frank St. (3askins. Jean: Roberts,. Jewel Talum

_ _ ;5 hens have been laying heavily have been remodeled recently balances on loans made prior to geography recently adopted for an II (Carter Dalton (lrltfl. Lou Annie Reddish R..I.
by Dade County Home Demonstration 1932, on the basis of 9 cents per it the grcntest Clemonc, W. C. lordon John W. Iteddtsh. Willie 31.
the
through summer, and eggs eight-year period by the state text 'lemons, John C. Haxzard Louis. R.ddl.h. J. 3d.
: have been cheaper. People who club members and 4-H pound middling seven-eighths inch. cigar value at 5c. book commission demanding that Cra..fordJ Robt. N. Still Louis IL Rowe. Clyde
club girls, reports Miss Pansy I. The purpose of this plan is to en- (Carter ( ha.. L. riar.y, Alon.o Bedding. Horace
keep poultry could obtain the book be withdrawn from In
a considerable use
.6; : ,, Smoke the size Crawford H. Franklin hodges. F. C. Rhod.n W. C.
Norton the
home demonstration of
_, amount more profit if agent. courage storing cotton ..4 Florida public schools and that it Carmichael John D. Ifarreil. J. L. Reddish 1' n.
S which will relieve the pressure on 4' Carter Sam J. 11111 Emma P. Itosler A. B.
't they could get more eggs throughthe you prefer be replaced "with a modern edition Dell"C'bl..man.
.
Palmetto-N. F. McDonald re- the market and assist the farmers. Crowady Edd Harley Abble S. Reddish Mrs.
winter months even If they of proved accuracy and fair In 0..0. Harreil'. Lucy Reddish. ViolS
p received less through the summer. opened cafe. on Main street.etc. Official Record USDA. Perfecto Extra or Its treatment of Florida." The Cross, Hattie Houston, 1.. H. lt.ddieh Mre.Cr.w. pro'-"
11..1'Cr. \ '
Maggie lUr.
HIIII.rd, C. L. Reddish
It Is possible to get more winter .,-are being used by poultry S '-iPanetela.. Clearwater chamber challenged the ...... Josephine l'Iarrsil Joe L. Jr. Rosier .. Q.
EXPERIMENT STATION Carradine, .'. R. Howard .7. A. R.ddl"h.
eggs than are now being obtained accuracy of the book, specifically G8or.1
raisers. .
SELLS FINE JERSEY qi Cheatham S. D. Hood D. C. .
in a large number of poultry Oyater shell charcoal and grit claiming that it erred in calling Crews, C. n. Harley, H. C. Ro...... Claude..
i flocks. Crews, T. S. Harley, S. c., Reddin. D. ...
are Key West the fishing center -
Following some points sponge .
should be available In open hop. Gainesville, Fla.-A two monthsold NOW Cr...... Everett Harris, S.b. Reddl.h. Buys
-j that should be considered In this ., of America, omitting referenceto Carter Marvin H. Howard' Mrs. Annie Haul.uon, H.
.
; connection. pers.Feed Jersey bull with a pedigree In Tarpon Springs. The resolutions Carmichael W. SE. Howe, glisabetli Reddish, Ur,
: a well balanced ration. The which every cow In the last three Clark, F R. Reddish, Mary Jane
'
Pullets and hens to do their concentrates consist of a mash and has MORE HAVANA also declared that the geo- Clemons, Mr.. Eva rllja'.1.: Rosier. Arnets S.
generations made the
best Register CI.mon., Abbie .. Johns V. Raulerson Joe
should be comfortably graphy "Is in effect propagandafor ) B.
scratch feed. The common meth- of Merit was recently sold by Clemona.. L. C. Judd O. W. Raul.r.on N.1 11.
housed. Plenty of ventilation od of feeding to have large open the Florida i California" citing as evidence Carmichael la.e Johnson J. W Raule.on' lie
: should be provided but drafts Experiment Station to 3/IcfiM.are the fact that California 1s given C.rt.r.O..n Jobn. JoJ. C. Starling. .n... St.
In
hoppers which, the dry mash is S. A. Peach
Benton Hillsborough County Crawford John, Jim Strong, Scott
: should be avoided.' Colds and roup put. The birds can consume this dairyman.The twice the space accorded< any other Ch.mons. If. Jones. W. H. Strong. Robt

_ are generally the result of birds mash all ihh1lW state. Crawford E. S. .lone. R. P. Smith Albert
dry
day. Provide a non- young bull Florida's Victor / Carren P. ICittle.' C. IL Sw.at, LeavyCooper
_ In /
being poorly ventilated houses. S N.Chssaer .
: :
,, wasting hopper and one that can Suitor, Is a direct descendant of .. Emily Starling.' Isaac
Cleanliness is absolutely essential be NOTICE Or ELECTION! J. A. King. Emma Pearl Starlin. .1o.l.b..
cleaned. Place the water fountain ..
? Have such well known Experiment Station Whereas. tn. legislature of 1911. Crews. John Knight, Wilbur Starling' StSV
4 clean houses, clean birds, near a mash hopper. This stock Wexford JoftitRaskin under the constitution of 1885, of Crews. Raymond KirklAnd, .1 .11 Sapp. J. shIpma0Crews
k' as
Sophy's
R : clean feed : the State of Florida, did two 1t
and clean water. will Induce pass Wesley Lowrey Juee .1. 8pp, Henry
a greater mash
t Parasites both con- Noble, with seven Register of Merit ,Joint Resolutions proposing amendments Christy, W. B. Luke: 1. F. Kapp, .1. II.
external and Internal sumption. daughters, and Creole's Lassie to the constitution of the Crews. )Ir.. B..le Lee.SWill SaPP. Oeorll'lA
"., retard Sue at.t. of Florida, and the same w.r. L.
egg production. The Crawford Loul. n. Lowery Loul. StarLing. N.
scratch feed
grain or Is fed
: I Provide form first cow to make the Register of agreed to by a vote of three-fifth Crews. Frank Marion Lang .'.....11. 8Iarlln. A. J.Crew. .
some of
; green feed either once or twice a day. If Merit In Florida of all the members elected to each .. Louis Loadholta. T. A.. IIlarlin. D. WCarradin. .

(, _ each day. it contains minerals and twice, feed only a mall part at [ house} that the votes on said Joint ., Pearl O. Lewl., A.. M. SchDChi: A. P.
_ ,,
vltamines, both of S i Resolution were entered upon their Carter L. C. Livingston, W. IL Ikbn.lI. EI.en or
_________ tial. which are essen night. Rust Is coating American fann CIGARS SATISFY respective Journal, with the yea Crawford, Cecil B. Lanll' Mr. W. M. Koheitlin.: M-R-G.
Such feeds as kale collards and nays thereon and they did determine Clark E. 1
Mary
Adopt feeding; practice and follow ers 150 million dollars each Lodbolts, JI. B. Starlin.
year. and direct that the aid Cr.wford.
rape, sprouted! IOc .1. M. Moore. Anthony 8l1rt.la, AnnhlChristy.
oats Bermunda
;_ It SMOKERS
out with ..
regularity. i Store your machinery this winter. ;, Joint Resolutions be submitted to MrL W. D. Miner. ElYie' Smith Carri
the electors of the state at tEe Qea- DIDIr.lD" Ch.. J.r.Abs (CellI. P... n





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;, 1 Starling Nellie :Thornton: W T.Thomas Wilkinson. Marthl'Vllkln..on. \ Smith Junlus. M Taylor. Josephine. Wills, Irene L.Williams. I No. -I Graham; \! I' :. ,

,j jI Starling* W. J. Mrs. Ollle. Bryant 1'If\'rn. Fred 11. Thomas Frank Annie I-recnc .. .,', :
' Strong, Thomas' Thompson Marvin Wainwright: I Truby L H. Thomas Nathan N, Wall. Mabl A. Abernathy, F. T. R M. Roberts, J. P. t'' ';' I11"F10IBIt
I ,. i continued.) Suber, Forest Taylor Hardy Wainwrlnht, O. W\\ Starling, djohl. Thornton.VII', K. Weller. Mable Aben.thy. M. Card ..1.hn.ol." Surrency,.J. II.Storee J ,t4I4.&
'I, shall break Strung. H..UleIoIlronK. Torode Wm. E. Wainwright James II. Sparkman Robert M Tool, W. J.Tlnon White, Inn. A. Abernathy H. D. Murrhee. FrancesMtirrhee Oeo. "
W "Whosoever r ( therefore Hunle Terry. Sheldon II Wells K. U. Slmrunk. Cyrus. H. Sail I. Winkler Edwin: A.William. Brnughton, EgbertBroughton. Mrs.. *0. J. Strickland. E. :
WI these least command"tu Strnnv, Alice Tears, ('atjiorineThedo Woolen W. ('. Strlngfellow. Wm. Q.Strlngfellow. Thomas. Ka: Mae .'. MaryWalnwrlght Edward Murrhee, Krvln J. Surrency U. Wstarling '&tI
I, ofand teach men so. lu Smith It' C. Ola Wells. Mae niWooten If.. Mabel K.Sllcox. Thomas, Ltlla Edward J,. Mrs A. W. Murrhee Dewvy Harvey. I f(
i shall Starling Albert Thede R. R JensleWalnwrlKht Henry. PSwlndal. Thomas, A. W. Wllkerson A. 3. IrouNhlnn.. Murrhee: Mrs. At.. 113.Mcquirk Smith. I.. ('. eq?.
1,7 called the least In tbftS 101 tarll n 11LI..I.. Tall.y. Mrs. A. C. Mabel Hannah Thomas. Frank F. Wainwright, Blanche M,, Call. 1I w 3 K.Dyil. JamesMcKlnney starling. Mrs. IS. J. g '
Matt. 5: !9fPSWno : Starling I. of heaven. Starling 1Ilra. Fannie Trowbrldge, Dorr Wilkinson Geo.Wainwright. Sllcox:, Celena Thomas. James B. White CanuteWhltehead.. Davis .1. B.I McK.ver, W.McKver ... Kate l'
Shuforrt, C. II. ThompHon Margaret IThompson ,K Mre. a. W. Sapp, W. BShuler Thomas, C. T. !Samuel >yal. Maria W. T. Mary h). ,,l 4
,; He say would be Shuford. J. 8. Mrs. Lou Wllkerson.. A. J. T. W Thomas, Densll D. Williams R. J. Dval, Grvln McKveir, Mrs. W. T.I'adll'.t Thomas, 8. T I Ltt
did Shu ford, U. phuford Thompson Mrs. Della Wllkerson W. E.Wllkerson Smith Frank S. Thornton Mary 'Vood. Annie H.' Dryden Elisabeth .1. J. Thomas C. D.Wasden I
great in the kingdom But $ J. R.Starllnn Terry Mr.. Julia I). O. !Shuler Mrs. Isola Underbill. A. J. Williams, Gertrude Dval Mrs I. W. 13 D. T. W. I J ,
i ailed do and teach them,, WllllaSlarllnic Tanner IuellThomas Williams, Charles Stanley' 15.1 fmlerhlll. It oil man. V. Williams A. B. DVMI, Mrs. P. M. ..d.ett. A. Wanden. H. D.Wasden 4
shall
ever ., Mm. Nettle H. J. Wllkerson. W. J. Sapp, Felix H. rnderhlll. Walter Wood. Aithur Dryden Archie Leon PnrrlNh. Frank R. 8. t .'4l ,.
me shall be called great In StarlingNancy Torode. K. T. Whltehead. C R Strickland Edna Underbill Ada Williams ;Van.ll. N.Wilinot Fogg, Chesley Roberts, C. B.Reynolds. Willis 8u.l. Q. I '
Same verse, last Thornton Wm. T. Wood*. James W. Whitehead Eunice Si-well. H. J. rnderhlll. C. Mo. 8.Vandlvlere Ernest A. Fog. Mllll J.Fogg U R Ward. Annie E. UJi
I j1xgdorfl. TUdell, Peter Williams, M W. Wllkerson B!. L. Strickland Nellie. Blanche A.Weeks Weldon S. A. Leola B. Mrs. \'. Ward. H. B. '
Torode Pauline Wilkinson Easter: Whlttfeldt W. II.Wllkenon. Sllcox:, Mrs. DanerStrickland W T. Wall. Harold ("'. Graves, J. A ""Yloldll..ynold. J. W.J. Wasden H. M. ", pjt3 ,
,; did Christ estimate the +r.rnelII. Williams.. Lucy J. E. Myra Lee Wall William I L.Walnwrl..llt. Wall Martha D. Orlffln. F. M Reynolds F. W. Ward. J. U I t
1 4 HOW and William.. Henry Young, Oeo. F. Strickland Clayton U. N. D. Welks. C. W. Jonas, Mrs. W. J. Reynolds. Rhoda .. 'k
eousness of the scribes Thornton 1U Wilkinson Towseyr "rrorks, Wm. B. Stern, F. C. Williams. Kit Warren Miles T.

"For I say unto you SlIc..". Mrs. Lassie Williams., John Warren Albert M. I Precinct No. Hampton : ,_
eest I Precinct No. 2-Starke (North) Snyder. Pearl White Olin W. Wiggins Laura Lee IJit.
except your righteousness Sullivan Herbert Williams Bill W. Warren Nannie Alexander W. B. Hartllne, ("'. Priest Iilelln J.
Ln exceed the righteousness of Adkln, Andrew Z.Alvan. >*ll. Damon Lewis, M L. Thompson J. 8. Williams, Emanuel Wlmberly Katie Belle Alexander J. B. Harrison. Mrs O. L. Prlngle, W. R.
shall .. Joseph !i. Davis, Isham Lewis, B]. Thomas James 8. Wall Alberlus E. Wills, Mrs. Flnrrl Adams' Mary Jal. Angus Parker Lett I I. 0 tO ''i
LTjcribes and Pharisees ye Austin Han..ford Dew Edith W. Leach Otis K Thomas Archibald J. Williams. Thomas M. Williams Hardy Adklns, J. K.Adklns 1.1, Nathan Prlngle, Delia 4rt #
'DO cose enter In the kingdom Altn An, Joo.. A. Hew Cella E. Luke. I. V. Truby Joseph J. Williams, Thomas 8Wslnwrlght Williams Amos I'ency 1.1. Kllsa Prlngle, I. A. ,, ..,
Alvarei R M. Jr. Davis. Wash L. Lowry.. George H. Tyler J. A. William M,. Weldon, W. A. llraniien, J. J. F. 1.1. Lillian Laurie Prlngle, BerthaPotts. $ ', J' ,
beaven. Verse 20. Alvarez, M. J. Dyal R. D. long, Myrwln J. Thomas, Herman Williams Nat Ward, Charles W. Blocker W. B. line.. Ella P. 1 '
For what did Christ reporve Alvarez Alonmo L. Dyal Myra Leiterman. Daniel Thomas Edna 1). Welch. J. P. Wyman, Ixtnthnll Bug*. '&. L. Harrison t>, 1.. Rahm, n W. ,
i 11. Alvarez, rlttAlderm..n. I>yal. Willis long lois ii. Tyson Etta S.Thompklns White, (tleorg C. VVvman. Mrs. JosephineWarren Bruse, Josephine O. Hall. Jessie M. Rodgers. W. R. I IKabme (
u Pharisees 7 "But He answer- T. 3. Darby Chun. A Lovell. N. B. Ll''le Wainwright. Mary 0. Mrs.: Rush! Flirt, C A.Lirannen Hall, Hallle M. (I. W. Jr', ', i'4 ..0..
and said unto them. Why do Adkln, Loin DrlBlters, 3. E. Lovell. Minnie d. Thomas William L, < Wall. Murla B. Wlmberly Wallace M.Yarlirough May Jones, J. V. lUhme, Clifford cifl
j the command- Alderman l a. W. Damon Mr*. Minerva Lowry. Mrs. Ivy Thomas. James. K. White, Noble Ray- James C.Yarbrough Rime, Mrs. J, 8.Urown Johns, II. llshme, 13d n a t '. $-. '
etteo transgress Alderman DoraAddition Duncan R. W. Leach Laura Tyler Thomas II. White Ethel M. Ellis: 13. 'I'hnmaaFranklin ,Johns I. B. Saxon J. H.HWlnI.I. .
of God by your tradition? Mack KIllnKton. John A. l.ewls. 8. O Johnson Mack O. W. 1
(lit Alvarra, J. C. Kllerson, James I.ewl.Ianni... E. I Precinct No. 3-Starke (South) Brown R. 7.Iiugg Jones' DelnnnyJohnson Saxon, ( W. ir.'t
lIt. 15: : 3. Alvarez, Annie R. Edwards Lacy n. !Morgan Frank Marylledenbangh J. )'. Slade. William J.. ".'i
How had they done this? Alvarez, ucla S. Elliott ia,'. ;8. Moore Leonard V. Andrews, Jos. W. Jr,- Hol..ndorr. Jessie Oliver, Martin J. W Johns, Mrs Minnie' Speed, Oran ,' ,'l '
jj. Hon. Alvarez, Annie Edwards T. C. Moore Nathan J. Albert Koht. H.mln..y. Mr. I!. t>. Oly..r. Mr. Myrtle Brown, W. N. Jackson W U. Smith, J. T. V 'v I"
ror God commanded saying Alderman. Maybelle Edwards, Hoy Matthews, Nelson Albert. Richard Titus Brown. Rack. Johnson Mrs J. F. Sullivan Josephine. ij ( '
I father and mother. But ye Franc Edwards, Oladys C. Moore Audrey. R Albright, Holoman Hoover, Don L. Olson Mrs. Bettl /ark..lal. W Q. : 13. W. ? IIJI \
thy shall to his Alvarez, hattieAlderman. l0dwards. Lacy Jr. Moore, Barbara IS Albert ICingAndrews Hooper II. A. 1'nyiie, FarrlckPace Irown. Jones.: .0'11. iiV. Saxon,dn.U Y.Saxnn it.'
,1 Whosoever say Mona Kdwards Joseph W Motes W. S.Mlnery. Ira W. /olI..ndorr. Ethel Chas F. DonnleClark. Julius, J... A. H. V. 'M4 .'.
her or his mother. It Is a gift Acrln. Willie M. lOdwards W. Mitch Henry C. Albert Fred /nl.endol'r. B. C. Powell, Chas.: :T. Steve Jones., 'V. H Hwlndal. 11'1.' Ethel .
not his father or Anderson Ida Edwards, Huby Mae Maruca Mike Anders Ada J Jlyel. .. M Pr.v..t. 3. W. Carpenter" Roy LesterrollfV Johns, Mrs. Hallle 101. 1 4
| and honor Andreu A. U.Alvarem Kdwards, Dall Murrhee A. F1 Allen Nellie O Cyrus F. JIlln L. Margery IIDtinlen Johns I U C. 1""n. Annl. L. '
mother he shall be free. Thus Errol Kdwards Carrie Moore. Amy Andrew AnianlaAnderson Hoover, Dellu C. pr.vat. A. A. Johns, Stella, "n. Idn T. 4
a made commandment Adams, Nolle n. l English R. II. Murrhee, Edith Myrtle U. I Hall, Ben E. K.Pol Dval, r D.Durden lakh..ltCrVI. Shaw, Eva 1 I ,
,ve ye Moore KthelMunriy Adams A, Lois Peek '' '
Alvarez Tnte a. IClllng-ton, R. A. It. n. lallprh".r. ryman LuvlnlaKicks K..h..nl.r. Smith, Burrell 'it'
t God of none effect by your tra- .Andreu., Edith Klllnwton, Burke I. Wm. n. Jr. Anderson A. W 101I\orlh.. Mrs. F. Peek Clara I. Mrs. Mary .. Smith. John T. J s
Verses 4-6. Alvarez. U. V. KlllriKton; John A. Jr. Mlindy, LeliiMontioth. Andrews, Nelle }'ow..l. laura t. Dttnnlson, C. M.Dennlson Kennard James B. Hnsrknmn. Thee I 0 '
:Jon. Anderson Alice Klllntfton. Freddie David A.Montleth. Allen, NellieArchnmhenult Han-tit. Neltl .. LlnnlePerkins Avery CDyal KCnn..rd. Mrs. .1. II.KaUh IH..le. Vernon '''
To be continued. Alvarez, Vincent L.AmlrewH Klllnsrtnn; Mm._ Maggie: Mrs. Kathleen Albinia :Haves: (I. B W. E.Pivvatt Mrs Tllln.l'y..l. Miss. A. ., Jones.
Eva L. Kdwards. A. A A.Manning. Antlers, Carl Holmes, J. It.Harrell Lenta C. R. F. Kalrh Carrie, E ''lylor. I"rane1 M ,
Andrews Wade II. Futch Charlie A. J. C Allen II".... Jlmmle Oeo Peterson, F O. Ilr.l"n. II. A, Livingston John ''i'0..
BAPTIST Alvarei Mr. Margaret- Franklyn Sam K. Morgan, Wesley Alvarez, Newn J. /.wklnN. I. I M I'emlur, W. D. 1""II.n. Viney I..8t..r. J. J. Taylor Mrs. P'. M..
Alvarei Mr.. EmmaAlvarez. Flume F. F. Morgan ClydeMassle Andrew.. W. Henry /art. .. if. 11''VII. John O. Luster;! Ira T.cker. W. II. 1 '
Eva Flume HerdlaFutch \ Thomas B. Hrownlee, Hugh I... l..rl..r.. 3. n P.rkln. [ unlc. lya'ith' F. Lester General Turner. Mrs. Ava ly"
Sunday school at 10 a. m. A. J. Alvarez II. B. Vertle S. Murrhee\ William T. Brocklngton. R. T. O. W.Holton Pr.v..t.. K. W. Mitchell, Tony Van ."..llne. C.
AnderHon, J. I.:** Flynn Oeorite B. Morrow. Mason. W. !Brown Jasper' J 0. Arch 1 Hurling: I': A. Motley, Walter VHII, Alntlne. Mrs. EdithWilliams ,
:roes, supt. Will W. Flynn Florence C. Manning, C. W. Brown. Lem Hudson, Mrs. Frankle PnrrlMh LewiS Knslln. Eula Manlrw, MuttleMaxwell. .A. M I l .
Worship at 11 a. m.: and 7:30: p. T PalsJen! nice James M.nurney Frasee, Annie A. Murden Lamlrn A. Boyd, J. O. Hicks, ClarenceHoward. Phlinps, fhas M. Ford I I). tV. 11. Williams, A. M. S ? '0
row 7eo, W. Frnsee .... L.Plannasran. Mussle. Hamlin J. Brown Eston H. N. Phillips, IF.. Paver, !ar"hal Man I re, C. O. Wat.r..un. Martin L. l
S. W. Morrow Mrs. Louise Brownlee Ella Howard A. H. Phillips, HO"I Kaver.. Meads, W. A. Wat..r.on. J"hnV..
I Rev J. W. Jelks of Newberry Bryan Philip P.Urown Faulkner Hen Moody Arthur O Burns, Edward Hart. W. II.Hodges. pre..c.tt. Julia C.. Ford 10nly IIY.'I..lId.. L A, B.

In at 11 a. m. and theutor OliverIleH..ent. Wm. A. Franklyn Sam Morgan viola Bowers., E. R. L. J. Pai-rlMl, W. B. l'ouYlh. liNear Williams, R. W. I\ !
preach Fields, J. H. Morgan HudsonMatihews. Bowel. J. I). Hawkins, Mae Purvis. D. H. W. 1>. Mast, Paul Williams, J. I. IWilliams l3o.
will preach at 7:30: p. m. I Ilecnent AbrahamItronke Field.ofaud... 8. Eugene L. Boekelman August Harris, Oertrude PhlllplI. Minnie Urtfln. W. II. Maxwell. Mrs. Ida Idella .1 '
ke there will be a large audience Alb.rtRenneU. OUR TL Forsyth Daniel B. Moore Jeremiah J. Burns, Mrs.. Bessie Howard, Wesley P. J. II C.Orlffln Man I re, c' It. Wynn \l.'y J. t'7 ", r4
{ Starling F. I. O. Pearce, Bertha I '
Mrs Julia McCoy Balsden Addle Hester Stella Wynn. ,
bear "Sunshine Jelks" who has Ilarneii. Jas.Ada T.L.Dronk. Fryer Fryer HpracaOardlner McClendon.' John C, Bnlsden llosa l..mlnlrway.. Mara I'revntt, ('I..d.Parrl..h. fire...,. Mrs. 11. C. lay.l..nlr. ii'. Wynn. I.oula. E '

l nitty consented to be with us BaUden... Bertha Ueorg.'" A. McDuffle. Henry U.McKae Butsden P. P.Ituford Molten Clara faille mills, Thomas III"un. 1 Km ma Wynn Janle 'i I '
M. Orlffln Thomas J. Harley M. U. C. 1..1. Mrs ..I.h.tt. May M. Haynes, O. Wilma Wynn N I J 0
today morning. Brown lee Maude Elizabeth Oreen, Arch H. McNeil J. U Buford Irma /" ... Mlmla, Quigley, Minnie E. Hagan T. M. Meckelburg, Joseph Williams.: Ralph. M.Wai '
a r. P. Unions at 6:30.: These Brownlee Gertrude S. li.Reaaley. Ooff RichardOreen McRae, J. W. Bowers, Mrs. Marie l..rr..U.. J. W. Quigley, J. T. H..I. W, H. Matched. M M. lemon, Mrs.. K. B.Watterson I '
ReaHley. Ben]. L. McKae. A. R.McLendon Browning. Willie A. Archibald IT. llhoden, James F. H..I. II. I. McDonald, A. A. Mrs Mary 4f.t t, '
MI are largely attended and O IA Been N. D. Florence M.McKae Brown Mrs, Ruby Jones DeWItt C. Robinson larry \. M. McOi-iuler., J. II.Metlrtider louise 4 .. 0
pastor Is glad to see the falth- tirlnaon BlgBsrEarl, T. A.L.Bird Oreen Eddy Basil M. Browne Addle L. Johns, Marion I* Robinson, :::r"fi: R. Moselle K. Wiggins II. B. .' fli
!: Orson LorenioOreen. Norman J. K2. Bryan O. P. Jackson, Andrew Khnden Fred U. McUruder Ruby Mae. Wiggins, IdaWndsworth .. h
work of the leaders Mrs. R A. Erneztllullen J.Rumen Willie B.Oreen Nelson O. T. Bryan Wood rowBowers Johns Fernando B. Khoden. Levi Hodges. J. R Nlmmo Ada O P.Williams IJ '.
\xnu and Mrs. Hutchins and Joa.nilla V. Adam Nevels, Richard Oeo. Johns Ah Kohlnson, J. C. Harper Annie. Nltnmn John W. M. N. I tt '
( reefl. Jefferson Norman W. H. Balsden. J. 8. Jones. Frank Koblnson Vera L Haynes, J. Perry T, J. Wiggins, Mrs. Leo tj.i
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rir helpers. Urown, Wm Oardiner Debbie Newnam. M. D. Balsden Mrs. J. 8. Johns Jacob J. Reddish. Carrie. 11 HaU I\I..rJ Perry LussndaPrevatt Wiggins' I.eoW..c.worth.
ICii-week service Wednesday at Bailey John Oreen. Fannie -Norman' Hiram L. Brown. Nora Johns., Newton J. Reddish Myrtle Hunt: t.I Mrs. P. B.Houser Mrs, Mary J, France J (t
attendance last week. Byrd James (Orlffln lila Nevels, Mary. 8. Brown, FuetBradley Johns, P. K. Hitch H. I KKhoden. C. L.Houser 1rl.t. Mr. Myrtle Chas. ,.+ssci r1.
Good Hardy
It. Barker William Orlffln Mamie E. Norman. F.. M. ; J. '71. Johns AI.n Ir. WllllaKoblnson. Mrs. MarifirltHous'er <,I I J. R. Williams., 1..1.1. '
!!p coming.. Brown. Mllll A. Oreen Mae Norman 8. J. Brooks Mrs. Ada Johns J. 1*. A. Parker Itobt. U Williams I II 4
Brown. Mary B. Oreen Nelson 'F.leorge Norman. T. N. Brown, Mrs. Arle Johns Llnle Rye Henry Mrs. J. F.
Brigham i-tenrietta. ( Emma C.Clrlffl. Newsom Ray A. Beat. R. B. Johns Ella F. Hafuee, CecilReddish.
PRESBYTERIAN Brown, ... OeornlanOreen Norman Joseph Chandler. Edmond Jamerson Jnme A. I. J. I No. (6Theres S Ji.
Bailey. Polly Oren 13. Norman 13, h). Canada" Sam Johnson D. J. Hye J. II. Precnc linrt .
Hennent. Ursula P.. M. tinnIer J. N. Nettles, W. J. Clark James Johns, L. L.. Hitch; I... A, Alderman U. J. Hall, Madison Sullivan A. I
Services Sunday October 30, as Fiarkowttch Mr* Orlffln S A. Nettles Roberta Chandler: Samuel 8. Johnson Wm. N. Hitch, Mrs JennieIt.dgrave Alderman H. O.AldMrman Hersey: R M. Sullivan, Cl.! ) I '
Barefoot P. M. Orlffls. Aneda. Norman. Lonsl L. ("Coleman Kills 1\[. Johns, Mrs. E. F. Minnie leo U. Hall, W. H.Hlnson. Swindell S. R. ..O'tJt.l >t
,!lows: Barefoot. Reacy. W. K. Nasworthy. C. Howell Colley Wm. A. Johns, J, B. Klckenbaker. '. D. Bolt Joseph. Burt lullvan. A. L. I 1lLIt''
10 a. m. Sunday school T. S. Blltch, B.L. B.Rob.ln. H.Boekelman Orlffls Andrew ..7.Iribble Newton. James E. Coleman" Wm. W. Johns Mrs. tavyJohns Kltch, J. H., Jr. Bolt Agnes Hall, Johnla.an. Mn.lh. A. I }'tl tI
( Edward E.nrlrr. Norman Frank M. Chase, Lai la R. R R Hitch Lola S. Brown WllmatBrown. Ida la..r.. Hen t
flliams, acting supt. Au&u..tRlakely. Mae .... J 11 a. m. Morning worship ser Jessie Oarrett F. M. Edna C.trd. Emmett H>. Johns, Bert W. Rosier. Ellis Carslensan, Jacob I. Hardee, 1..1. Willis.
the Theme. "Marsh Bell,oar..r: I'd.A.. Orlffln Owen W. Newman Merlla Carlton Fred Johns I.ulaJohn.nn. Rye, Oscar Dodd Sydney H.Dodd. 1.1. 4 Sullivan Mabel t7 '
in pastor.
by Oreen. Lloyd J. Norman. Llsila A. 'lark. Mrs. Louise a. W. H.drrav., A. W. Lillian M. W. A. Sullivan, Edward
RichardBennett.
'itere." BUhop. Nina Ulllyard W. M.Orlffls Nuttall. V. M. Crosby Mrs. I. 11[. .I''Johns VIlla C. A. Ilkln.on. Mrs. J. P. Jones, Maml Mlilvan. Mrs. Elva '
(:SO m. Christian Endeavor. Mr. Annie LlnseyOray Newmans, Loin Card:i iennieCheahier ; Johns, W. J. Hlkenbak.r. Irene IS lewis, Chas. J. ., Mrs.! FloyTrlest ,, ,,
p. MaeBroxkXi Abraham Newsom O T. Oeo. W Johns. C. C. Orlner J. B Jr. May. H. D. t. KTrlest ,
ffc, "What Shall We Do About Ruth Orlfris George Osborn 8. R. Cheshler. 3. D. Johnson O. W. Kills, LiertRivers Inner Ida M May M 10. 11.Trlest. rl' '
tolbltlon?" Leader Margaret Blocker. W. H.Rumgarner Marvin. D Ooodman Jesse I>. Overstret <:'ha... demons, Mrs. Fronle C,. Ja"obl. Sarah Emma L.Hlver. Inner, Cana R. Moore D. W. Floyd James ..
Ooodman, HosaOlaHKOw. Overstreet, Lena demons, Lewis Johns. Frnnnle ... H. O. Geiger, F. C. Moore lor..nc.N..l. Wallace, TomYounlhloo M .k
Moms. Brymer A. Harold C. Osborti Myra IJ. W. B. ("Cheshler Mrs. DettleCason Jones Fred (I. H..I.rave. John II. Orlner. K. A. May May ft A. I
!ISO: p. m. Evening worship song Harnen James V.T. Green Ines A. Powell. Robert Ollle C. Johns, Mrs. Agnes .. I. Iln..on.. O. W Oeo. O. <, Mary; M f
Harnen. Dlllle Oarrlson OunxleOreen Powell Luther O Crews, R I.. Jones 10 D.Jacobs. t lhonllon. Henry .. R. C. Padgett. J. 1'. Z&gIr.J.J. ,
A termon. Boree Quxnle Mae Powell. Luther C. Cooper." T. W. BernardKing IJ. .

Prayer meeting Wednesday at Flarne Alex, Warren L.Dlood..worth. 1 E I. GrIffiN T., Oadson Seattle Peek Sinclair L.Prevatt .. Clay Henry E. J. Sweat rover Joe E.C. I Precinct No.;: 7-New River ; I\i.\ "
K. Itobt. Starling
Green Mrs. S. meg R. Crlbbs. H. J. Kite II
JO p. m. Brown Henry E3. Hoover. Joseph. C. Poppell J. H. Cooper Rlehard Kite, Lester. : : K. Andrews, (.I. W Johnson (I. B. Henfroe, n. V,
A cordial Invitation to all our Blake Edwin S. D. Harris. Jackson K Powell May. F. Coleman Frank R. Kite David ((11.) 'IIN"i.i* Andiews, 1. A. Johns H. M. Supp, M J. !
Burney Newman Halslop William It. Prevail Hettla Cone, Robt. C. Kite. l'erry Jr. Myra Andrews, l.ura Johnson li S. Supp., R. L. I $iti I
rvlces extended to all. Barker. I, uvenlaBrooklnKH. Harris, Wm. C. Peek Myra\ D. Crosby, 1.,. King, N. T. : Alice Andrews, ( 1)) Johns, W J. IoIt.rrlt'kN. Jas J. &tjJ
S Frank Hornsby. James Parks W. B. Crutchfleld Chas. Kite, Buck C. Smith, r\ H. Andrews, C. R. Kelley, D. W. Sapp. ICtlinn A. .
'IACH TREE BORERS Bradley. H. H. Harris, Sam $r. Powell John M. Coleman I J. L. Knight JuliaKen.lrick. J.. L. Adams, Cecil 1 Kelley, Johnson Stewart Tsblt C. jii 7t1 '
Rattle, RogerHugge Harris, Sam Jr. Pattee, Fred J. Darby, Arthur M. Thomas N.Kendrlrk Smith. I. I.. Andrews, Mrs. WinnieAndrews Kelley, Harriet la"I. (I. W. IttL l'k
CAN BE KILLED WITH John Hunter. Asa Prather W. C. Davis. Tom D. Martha Stern W. A. M. K..I..y.. F. I. ., Ida 4t(1( 1I..
RADICHLOROBENZENEJtiwsvllle I Bradley. boner Hall. W. M. Prevatt. N. N. Davis, Ellen Kite Ben /1.rn. Theresa. Mrs. M. 15. Mr* O. W. Stewart Laura 'ii'i)
Bag-well James Hoover EttaHumphrey Powers J. W. Dover, Mary JDees. Knight Mrs. If. V. Oeorgla L. Andrews I Ouy K..I.y.. H. C. Snowden Molll '.
HoHnir. J. H Jr. Alice Parks, Ethel R. Elisabeth 1 M. Kite, Kenneth Sullivan C. U. Brown, Chas.lluland h.). L. Houtberliind, E. 473l ,' .t
Fla.-The peach treerar nurnnert, O. B. B. O. Hull. Maria. K. Pltser. C. H. Darby Ida I.. Kite Perry Sullivan ElisabethSullivan. I <'. W Llndsey, W. N. Sweat PerrySupp I ip1t
Brownlee. J. W. Harrle ilnrg-le, A. Pullum. Dean Demorest It. F.Oavl. Klcklt..r. Miriam EvaStansbury Brown, T. Mntidy: Obey Mrs. Marlon ..3Sttu1 ,
which bores Into the tree Biirim, Ethel a. Harnaire, J. A.futchlnsofl. Prescott Hiram .. R. J. Holll V. O. m.] Blair John Mathls, '.: Thomas, Jas. J, 'dt
!M the surface of the ground, Crews, Aaron 8. } A. A. / Parrlsh Arllla Davis, Lucille T. } Struth. Wm. H.Mtruth Butler, C. C.Butler l..rrlt.. K. Turner Roan J. .
be Cooper. IA ciracleChaae Hutto. L. 8.hiollingsworth.. Payton, H W. Dyal B (1.Ieinorest Kite, Katherine J. L 8. J. Thonu. Mrs. Mary 1T111, 1
aD
killed with a gas-forming David C. Jr. Mrs. W. Priest Emma i: C.Parrlsh Verna J. Kite,eLI. Helene Brown, Kettle Hourly, Nat O. Id. '3AtI '
\finical known as paradichloro"Mne Crews, Jon. O. H.rfn.I.. Jesse P B Jr Struth, Katherine Crews. Stafford. V.Crew. Matthews, Mary Turner: tJr '3j' '. .'
J Crosby John.HufuB M.Colley J. H. Parrlah, Jetl..rParmenter. Dees Pearl t Klnlaw D. C. Shirley Matthews, I'. M. Turner, A'3t
R. Watson entomol- F.Conner : %S. O.Halle Earl E, Djral. Berrlan King E. K. Fp.nc.r. R. W. Call. .TC Morgan, EdMerrltt Tomln.un. F 4lr3
I3t with the Florida Experiment IX L. Maude C. Priest, Hubert B. lxon. J. M. Kite. '' MvraKI..Nn..r. (' .. F. M. C. ,n1
:taUon. Cone, QenCrosby. Hodges Stanley L. Pitts, Rosa M. Dixon, Ruby J. W. Saul J. A.Sweesy Crews Florence Merrltt Virginia. V. Thomas II III'mphrlse I',
recently explained. W. T. Harris, LonnieHollingsworth. Phillips Lewis Dyal. Chas. Kite, Mrs. Lilly Ida Crews" J. K. Moody. J. Martin 14 '
The time to do the Job'in' North Cooper.. C. 'N. W. 1\(. PUts, James H Mlion. Ethel lee, R. L. Sweeiy Frank A I'dward.: T. B. MOfcy. F..rlna Williams A.Whltehead. : ,
tad Central he la Conway 3. 10.' Hankerson. Simon Price Thomas W.parment.r. Davis, Estell Lee, Lewis, E. Hlrm.nl., John C. C. MOUI Ella "I' 4
said ,
Florida. Crosby J. J Hartman A. Lacy D. Davis. C. J. Lee, E. E.Llndsey Snyder. Mrs. Lummle S Oatlln, F). L. Mooey. Joe Wiggins. F.Wynn I'' '
'out the last of October. At this Crosby R. R. Heard Jack Purvis. H H. Dohrow Mrs Lillian L S. Shepherd, Lena Ueiiq Green Mrs. Mil. run Wm D.Psrrlsh \.' 1. C. '
111I8 the borers and 'Crawford I* Hart. Mary T. Prevatt James W. Hohrow. Wm. 8. Lord, ";va B. Slbley, W. S Johns, c'. A. Jr. Wright Jack ,. ,i
are
young Cooper. Ch.... It. Hersey. James Itt.Ijersey Prevatt Mrs. Annie Dyal. Ernest lord J. H.Langford Smith. W. P. John., M. I.. llenfrna, John D. Wright: : Mrs. M. N. (37
tly killed. Before treating the Crawford." Zary James B. Powell John DrlKgers C. A. Alice Smith, J. W. Johns L. M. Khoden, Hossl Wiggins, .1. C. tt.'
build a mound of dirt about (Canova. Flunlce C. Hood David C. Powell, John Jr. .* Davis, Laura A. Lewis, Mrs. IIIlie R. Swell Joe Johns, II. l&uler.on. A. J. Wiggins, Mana L. II .
Crews, Mary A. Prescott Mrs.. BeulaPoppell Doyle J. r>. Jr. '...arergren. H. E.Ijtgergren. Sweat Illley
.* trunk to the heights of the Canova Florence B. Hartman ,1'11..1.HutcheNon. Clarence* C.Hubbird. Ruby Mae Doyle Mildred O. Mrs. Delia M.. Snyder Lucretla I Precnc No. 8-Urooker ; .".
behest burrow which may be Conway. Barbara h). Marvin Phillips James F. Kvan, leo. W. Lewis O. Kirk Snule, J. B. alUl
Clark. Elisabeth Lewis Smith, W. P. Jr. Andrew K. B. L. R. :
wt Howe? J. H.Holt.endorf Prevatt Margaret I* Edwards, Balous 8.Rpperson Jamea'A. Or.n. Mann. V.
a foot above the surface. Col ley, Lydia Mrs JanlHolllngBworth "t Prescott, Lewis (.1. W. J. Llbbx.. L. U Sharpton Bertha Andrews F. A. 8r', Or..n. Mary K ( (I. B. ." ( __ __
..* a furrow on this mound Cady" Flora A. W. D. Roberson Wash Epperson, Lorena E. Manning., John C. Smith FeltonSmith Andrews lone Oroover. F. M. : : I.e': H. : _ _
!bout Crews. Maude n.Corpenlng H. 8. Rltch James H. Rd wards, Josephine Mitchell. Henry Jr. Mrs Lula Atkinson C, I.AnderNon. Oalney, Mrs. H. M. Neil, t '
two inches from the bark :. J. ID.Corpenlnic Harvey. Slbley M..tU."Ibley. John K. N. mimes, Kuril ..
Halslop. Mrs. Ella Klgdon J. J. Epperson: W. J. Jr' Matthews Eugene 8. Mr. ( t "
the> tree, and In it sprinkle the Hulda I). Howard HenryMeg. Robinson, J. P. Edwards, .1. M Morgan John W And..rnn. E. N. Hasen. O. W. Osteen..lr ;A. U. .' .
Crew., K. T. neo, W. C. K.Brown. Hssan. M MHarrell. I
mlcal. ., JohnHolI.endort. Hodgers Jonas Rdmondson W. D Morgan John A.Mitchell. Mtrl.kland. Andrsu I'r..cot. _
Canova" Paul E. Jr. Wllmer Hitch Isabelle Rdwards Lucille J. I. Henry Sr. Strickland. Earl L A. w II.Haien T n. .7 I _
I About 3 ounces should be'' used Clark" ('. H. Irish K. I., Ray. Olive E. Edwards.. K A. Mitchell James M. Strickland Cha H. Brown H. It. B. F. Padgett, H. P. \ t V
Wad a Clark R. F. Vonda E3.Inman Hitch Carrie L. Rd wards. Blanche C. Mansell N. W. Starling Joe. E.) Barry O. W Hasen, Eun.* OtishInaen I'ada-ett. J. W I
ke three year old tree. Older Crosby, Lester A. Inman Q. M. Ray Carrie A. Kdwards Comer I>. Mlnton, AarnitMatphurs Tlllls, Oso. C J..t.r. J. D. C. "Inhol.t..r. Ira' W Jr. .
should be given more while Conner. Jas. I* Edward B. Rowe J. A. Edwards, Ouy. C. W D. Tlsnn. Theodore. H..ta. N. IS Hasen Minnie Polk, I. l>. .
">< Cooper. Robert R. John, Register Freeman Edwards, Elva Lee Monden. William Turner Mary E.) Brown Ned Hayes: Padgett. J. O.Plnholster I _
year old tree should not be Conway. K. F. Johns Corl.yJohan.on. Hitch Herbert C. Fernandes Richard R, Matthews, Ida tV. Taylor Josephine Brown Mrs M. Hobbs, :: rI.mI. Rosa '
**!. Three or four inches more Canova, J. ..3.Cadle p. AugustJohns Hhoden.IIathew Frailer. Wm.Fenand. Morgan Vlda V. Thomas, .8.Tlllls Brown. W. M. Hodge, Plnholsler Annie I
IIIrt should I... i L.Canova. : F. R. C. Bitch Evelyn. .., Eva L. IIlt"helf.( Lucille S. N.Thorntnn.. Brown. Mary .88". '. II. Parrlsh J H.
be thrown over the L. A. Johns, Th.lma E.Johanson Ricks. J. D. .. .. ., Isabelle .. Jane D. Mrs. C.,..4.Tomiirison Brown H. C. llurrell M 0.howard Plrrl..h. T. A. '
>d and compacted. Crosby O B. Anna K. Handall. fl.en Feeler Olivia 8. W, Mitchell, Carrie Hhep Brannen, It. W If. II. Parrlsh (I. M.
Arter t two or three weeks the Conner W. C.Crosby Johns.Johns., Charles 8. H. D. Randall. W. P. Porsyth. J. H. Mlddleton, W. E. Tn.nlln..nno' Hay Brown, W. IDn.h. H. I. Parrlsh, N. H. S' __________________
Floyd Nola D.Mlddleton. Rill Bryan, W. Mrs. C. A. .
Register Alice V.Higdo.n. Porsyth LouPorsyth. Mlddleton. 'lt 1..n. Parker. O. H.Plnholster. .
" "I exposure to the fumes Crosby W. C. Johns, RobertsWillie; Otis W. Olll Thomas. Mrs' Hester Brown, Mrs. W i' Haze R. B. __ I.uh.dl. V
) might ("Crosby Colonel A. Jones, J. C. Rogers Harriet "hll". B Moore Nathar J. Tomllnson W. OTnmllnson Barr L. W.Barry Harel. Luther ... Mrs. hattie 141 3 .
Ire the tree. One application a Carlton I. B. Judd' D. A. Hitch, harrIet Orlrill.. W. H. Motes. Murrhe Mat tie L, p. o. I'arrlsh Guy '..,a, i
'*II Many sufficient to the Carter, Chan. A. Jones, I. U.B. Rule. L. B.Raul.rson Green, II. A. Mlddleton Herald E. Tomllnson C. 'F.Taylor. (Colson O. B. Hough, Carl Prescott. It. J. 010 _ _
keep Jones Cora "
GrIns Conner W. R. Willie Oreen, John Murphy. Emma teo. A. Crosby P. A. Haien. V. V.3iodge Padgett, C. F.
under controL Crawford" Annie Dells Johns, Carl C. H. Thomas H. A. Crews Walll If. o. _ _
Maml Reynolds, James Orlffls, Sydney F, Murphy, Pa<1a-ett, L c;.
'Ibe worms may be dug out of (Cady Flora B. John... K. C. Itaulerson. W. J. Green, Mary KOrlffls. Mansetl. Hannah M.Mlnton. Thomas, Deborah Crews <'. J. )Hasen Alph A. .I'arrlsh J. W. ,
Johns
Canova. GladysCarpenter KateManning. Thlgpen, John Colson Arizona Emery .
Raines. Ansell Richard Zenaa t..n. Kalney.Ellsale
trees with a knife, but care"jw David P. Johns, Mrs. Julia E.1.Jenkins Robinson F. B. Griffin, C. A. Z Mr.. Delia Todd, Jim. Cone, LI III* f..n. A. A. : .'
l be taken not to Injure the Clark. W. 8. Johns. Charlie, AO.. Klatrunk, O. M.SlIcol (Xlsson, ChesterOassett Marr. Clarence Tlllls, Id.Taylor. ('Colson N. Alva Mrs.-R. P. Italney., J. H.Ko.la.rs. f ,
Conway LacyConway. Moor. 3. M. Mrs. Naomi Crosby. ClarlsiaCrosby. Hainn, Mrs. E '
:. David L. Pat. V. A. l k
more than is necessary. Less Barbara E. Johns Thelma L. Happ John B.8I1eol (Oassett. Clyde Manning.. W. C. TI... Mrs I.ur Wm. A. Htn. Mn. It 13. lioblnson. PlydeSurrency _
a*'e win be done if the cuts Clark T. O. Jordan Jackson Pearl 3. :. Walter (trims. K. B.Iriffie Martin Robt. W. 'Ind.rll1 ... Crosby, A. L. Harsell. Guy A. H. : ...,_ ____
Dlade Carpenter, Myrtlce J. Jqnes. Stump Fred F. ( LuvlnlnIrlffls. Moore, R. O. Crosby. H. R. Illnes: Avy Shaw, C. N. S '
J lengthwise and not cross- Canova. Mary R' Jones, Ferol I. Scott Fred A. ( K. L. ,Moore, Mrs. W. Tt. Uglow, Louisa B, ('lemons. Alvtfl Hlnejs, Bell Wurrenny, Alice n.
Canova Dorothy I* Jones W. F. Singleton Stephen (Jrlffls EugeneOoodge Martin Mabel W Underbill I Mrs. Sarah demons. Mrs Illva Hall, Ivy Drew i"1. N. __ _
-- Conner Orover C. John, Calvin 8. Sapp. William Mrs. M. E!. Mlddleton. HaietMorgan. Varnee. A. V. (Con. CMyflsdemons. Haien, A. It I. '= w. S
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S Conner Eula Johns, Lum Hllcox J. JStrong. (oodge .1. Mrs Emma Varnes, N. E. I. Kelley, .. H. :'h.lll. (I. t
TRY TillS 25o TEST Carroll. Ralford Johns, Th.lma .Brlnsoi U I H. O.Strickland. Oooflge, K. DeliaOoodgr Martinet, Nellie Vlnlng. I. D (""I.m"".. A. Kelley, t'. H. ( ,. !. J. .
PhYsic: the bladder would Carter. .1. D. Jon.. Mrs Sallie C. B. A. L.Ooodxe Mitchell Luclll Varnes, MyraVersailles Crosby Mrs. H B. K.ley.. o. (:\ Shaw H. T. ,.
t
bowls. < as you Crawford Amelia Jackson Mrs. MargarelJackson. Stern Harry W. J. Moore, H. F. A. A. Crosby, Mrs. Lilli.Cro.by. J. R. Stokes, F. C. ,
Drive out impurities Crawford W. T. H. C. Sllcox. Silas S. Orlffls. A. K. M..n..I. Miss Ttetts Vlnlng, Mr. Luclll K Mr. Thelma Lewis, R. p. Stokes, Hnrare B.
J ce$aive acids that ir- Colley. J. R- Jones, Emma Starling, BenJ. J. Green, Floyd Man..el.. Miss Bust Varnes "r..manWood..rd. Crosby" .. Lewis. J. w. Stewart. H H .
cause PearlKnlsht. .
('authen J. H. Johnson. Sasser DanH..cklnlr.r. Orlfrl*. Chas. C0111 PearlMcFsshlon. eol..,.), .JJ. A. ,..Lewis. J. A. 61.
J0". burning and frequent de- Crawford Oscar H. Daniel B.Kelley R- W. Mrs. Fay CesserMcKae. Wallace, John ihyal. li I>. Lnpes. I tnrren..y." Mrs. Lonnl '
Cet a 25o: test box of BU Crawford. Willie 81mKlckllter 8l trunk. Clara B. Jill 'Thomasirlifis Mike J.Mcna. Washington, Wesley, W.Washington Dyal. Truman LltthflvM. c. ; Surrency J. W.
F.Knight. .
James Anna r) :Mrs. T. D. lewis. Mr.
Cox.: RoseCroaby.' Laura H. ( ; Oscar Jos. C. yal. Hurrent-y, Mrs. J. W. '
the Scett. L
wi. bladder physic from Carl A. Volley J. U. Douglas, J, K. ,
Louli I Stump, Eva W. Uelger. L. A. McKinney, W'lI'lrln. Lewis Shaw, WV Jl. ,' '
yjnisr store. After four days Clark, AmyColeman. Kersey. Oeneral Smith. Beatrice d. Ounter Jo* McFanhlon Chas. Orl' A. Dukes Jonathan 1..111. f. H. Tyler, W.Thomas ,
You are Elijah N. Knight Nannie L. $ Leona Irlffls. John D.Oatlln M.Fa.hlon. Jam.. Wilson Eunice Juk.[ .. W. M. Mrs. Emma J. B ,
not relieved of getting Crawford. Cliff Keller Delia M. Sapp.app, Jak. S. MarlonS I.1 r McKinney, K. B.McfCae Wilson, IraWoodard W. Edward Lltchfleld V. J. Thomas R. B.
'hta. go back and Crawford. Jack Keller. Isaac J. E. H. Oatlln. H. L. LlllleMcKlnney H. B. Ydwardll. 3. V. Lewis Beulah Tyler A. a.
get Smith.
55y your M. Knight' Clara Ma. Cha.. M.McKlnney Wynn, MaryWiley R. l.ltchneld. L. D.
-BU-KETS Davis, Ellen Sllcox James T_ Oalney, Ralph Thomas O B. I 1
containing bum Davis, IncaDriggeri Kelley Ines F. Ollssnn, Marion Melvin Mrs. Lottl Fowier. I. Lewis. Lula Ma. Thomas C*, 'I. '
!?***. Juniper oUt etc., acts James W. Keesee, A. W. Helen.Smith AugustSapp James. (Irlffls. Leo M.Klnnay. CarlMete Wll.on, J... E. Powl-r, F..S' Mat hen y, M. P. Thomas.: ::r C. ..
to Drummond. 12.Dell. :. D. Kelley. FraslerKlckllter ElhlerySweat. irlffls.. Leon '" Barney K. Weeks. Mary 1. fowler, U. A. Morgan I.. Warren W. S
t[ you\ castor oil on the bowels. Isaac Maria L. Ida (Irlffls. Luther Ethel Wilson., DeaWalnwrlght Foxworth ft A. Molt, H. M. Waters, T. .
are bothered with back- avK[ l.wl, A. Kite,. Minnie Sapp Carl Oorman Chas.lllsson McHse, Dolll drac Foxworth. ldrc M. Matheny.. Olll Williams. Isaac '3.
or leg [>ow I/TIB./ Samuel 8. Kins' Alfaretta SapS O. L.Swinger ( R. UIrlffli. MoKlnney, Ma.Mceiand Weaver, 1C E. talney, I!. p. llarkey, Thuma Waters, R. J. 3Water.
pilna, arising from Dell. Bonn Kersey William. R. F. (I.Sumner. ( .. Wilbur K. Johnnie nMcKlnney Wynn. If. C. UnIn. A L. Mott. J. R. .. J. Q. \
,
It feer disorder,. you are boundafter De8ue. Keller Kit. Virginia Orvin Gill, Florence E. Mr. C. M. Wynn, Wm K Oalney,.. K.Oalney Moll. J. M. Ward C. M. .
I Kene, William A. Russel 8.MeSa. Williams Gladys O.Wiley Mrs. Nanl Music 1. M.
better Dlxon: .. 8. 8uinner. Aaron lankerson. Simon MeRae, Weeks, R A.
.. \) this cleansing. Davla. La. FerrymanDlkss Ix>ul>. Harry B. flumner. A. C. Haynes. Otbma 1... ., Kula M eMcKlnney. JaekWilam. lalney. Mr. Mllll 1.lln...C. C. Waters I. R.
"! get you regular sleep. Lou c.Dowlln. Luke. Jim O. Mrs. Vlcla. }olUngsworth. 1.'. C. W. B.Newsam .. W. R Robt. II. II. J J. Waters, Maml
tcbefl's Drug *.. Dell M. Lee, barl.iLewis. Sapp.Swan born. W. R. Hemingway. Frank 0.' O. B. *. Mr. Ruby. Green, Dave IL). J. 0.) My ere. tee B.Music. .. Williams, Wyatt C. 'It
Itta store says Bu- Emory C. Warren, N.wnWalnwrl.lt (Oatlln J. H.lalney .
is Dell Busle Agnes femlngway LauraHamrlck. Nichols SamuelNewsom Mr*. Jlncl Wiggins, Laurence
a best seller. Damon Menslla B. Lewis. Jff Swanborn holts, Mr*. Sarah F. J. B.Neweom N. T). Jr. ,.R M. Mott. O J. Ward J. .. C

-- Dmrbr Anal E.Dnanam. &&;;&: ..*. Spon KalkerineSiztrunk. Ho.ln..ortb. Ida S. Eon la* 'bo"Pln.: (Inca A. Lesli. *. Jr. MInts Mr. L. A Ward. Mrs. J. M. ,
I VTard. R Lee
A. BL J. M. McLaolayes. Newsom. P. C. fr"n. M.th.n' Erma Ward. O. T. '
tottfl.'k-.Roy Hough re- Dixon MatildaDow. Long. Cornelia P.Lewis. Bternberg.. N. K. Norton. C. C. Young. H. Ii.Young. Mr* L A. MOtt. IA A. Water. Mrs. n. J.
tary Meat Hartwell A. Worthy A. Ousel n Norris, Wm. Jeannett Oalney, Mrs. M. J. Mann. T. 8.Mott. Ward. J.Zepperr. ,
l nJ r Market for .. Lewis, Bobenla A. 8trnberg. J.C. .. TrashLJ Greene, Mr*. Flora Mr.. i, 'o J
winter [>aua-h.rtr. W. B.Dau T. T. Stsro. T. Wesley HaJu. Ou. No J RI _ _
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i, PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEORAPH. STARKE FWRIDA FRIDAY OCTOBER
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Bradford County Telegraph and were eighth given grades thE::boys.; Pocketlaslge4 and manicure:1 Ib..Y".animals.. must prevept -W"'-"
the
TO HELP THE NEEDY J J.e
r ( HELP THE_ RED CROSS sets to the girl*;* Those winning forest fir s. A good way setting to 0

i Established 1877 awards were ,Leland and Mllo:, fir. from getting ID one'. field kilt i Is
Sponholtz, fifth grade; Ella Mae Plow tire break People t

MEMBER. Sapp. sixth grade; Lois Moore,1 I I more careful not to throw moat b
\ Genevieve Sanders Elsie Rhoden, ], cigars and Cigarettes bU1'D1n
I Into
FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION \ Arlie Sponholtz. Eldon Sapp and grass. Camp fires mUst b. put tb
Cornelius and before leaving ou
Moore seventh them
:E' I'' BUl'Dln
1032 .a eighth; grades. This contest was sparks from trains also cause
iT ,r Brown :':eat lires.I for
sponsored by H. C. principal
3.ecuda"
[}.ot..iuaAd.
i M" r Heilbronn! school and W. B'I(.I Forest fires cause the< lose
:} Barnes, Florida Forest Service. good timber, naval stores gr8Zln(

Published! !: Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class The following essays were two I lands which, could and a full packet-bos
of
the winning ones I easily he found
!Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida( Forest Fire stopping forest fires and by b

0 (By Arlie Sponholtz) ting Idle lands and l idle hands put

14'' E. S. Matthews ____-___ ________,____ Owner and Publisher We find that In past :years we work, I

J. C. Robinson ________----___________ Managing Editor had fine, large trees, but now our -
large trees are gone. None have Forest FireuBy

; i: been replaced. We, put the blameon ( Genevieve Sanders)
SUBSCRIPTION RATE fire and people who insist on '

Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable In Advance t aa ka ,'t,Y I ,,r ar4F+iK ,A >i burning the woods. Many trees years must pas befor
,1 41 / Y The longleaf pine tree is very young. are able to withstw
Rates Application fires
Advertising on n r' ,
,, + pA[ wt-! important. We use it for fuel, shelter -
Forest
i kL tL fires are
o. often
a tttzwk4 and the gum for naval stores.' caused b
b vt' f e s z farmers, who are
Democratic Presidential Electors "": Forest fire are enemies of forest getting ready fn
plowing, and from the
: burning
) "' and animals. Fire destroys the ou
R Group No. 1-Hugh C. Sparkman peed} burns the turpentine faces of fence rows and brush piles

h Group No. 2-W. B. Lanier ... _Rsi and stops the flow of gum. Fires clple Quail game and birds wild turkeys of the prir
makes it for insects to get Florida, fie
No. 3 George M. Dorman easy
tk Group on the ground and fires
,. 1' into the tree, thus ruining It. destroy th
Williard W. Ayres nests and In
No. eggs
Group Most people burn their woods on large number
\
: ; Group No. 5-William Fairbanks lY ae y r tk. yr twYdi Ft' al purpose to feed their cattle. Instead Fires that occur after the chick
have hatched out
William Fisher of giving them good grazing are likely to tak
Herbert
IM I Group No. their toll before the birds

; '' a Group No. 7-G. T. McClellanFor .t C", ;erwn fir i9a F''M+.y s ker i w r ,'.3
,41 'Governor-Dave Sholtz ,The 1932 poster of the American Red Cross Roll Call for member Live Oak-Circuit Judge Hal W. main Railroad lines and engine logging: both on th,
For Secretary of State-R. A Gray. Adams established offices in Live railroad
ri EVERY year, beginning with the poster Usually they center about The poster this year is a timely cause fire by throwing hot spar
For United: States Senator-Duncan U. FletcherFor War. the Red Cross has the figure of a Red Cross nurse reminder that the Red Cross need Oak courthouse. from the smokestacks. These fin

Congressman-at-Large J. Sears '' latied a poster calling attention to which carries sentimental recollections help, if It is to carry on helping I might be said to not be the fauS
Its who Joins as a More Haven-W. D. Green, reopened of man, but it is some man's j
; roll call tor membership, whichIs of her service during the war, others. Every one I du
!; For Comptroller M. Lee. held,'traditionally from Armistice and of her service disasters. In member of the Red Cross chapter in garage in rear of Swln- to see that the proper kind of sparj

For Attorney General-Cary D. Landis.: Day M Tbai>v'civlnrt Day. Many peace-time as well as In the paths his community will be helping to dall's Service Station. arresters are installed on the nj

; r' Sf r I' For Treasurer-W. V. Knott. Ia--' fate painted these at publlo ItrpUh.afterwards. p..t" t''t n..- I glnes. 1
; I
1 ,; Sarasota Jay's Bakery reopened People should notice where tbffl
For Supt. of Public Instruction-W. S. Cawthon.. \' any more I at 383: Main street for winter throw their lighted cigarettes arfl
J. Earle, than wooden leg
Swepson
-;
r For Commissioner of Agriculture-Nathan Mayo. |' season. cigars. The fire will catch to
son|
state conservation commissioner of to tightrope1walker but advice
a my -i ,
Justice of the Court-Rivers Buford FredFootball Maybe You'veHeard ,I dry grass and burn lots of tlmbl
For Supreme 1 :Maryland.On la STOP playing a part. Be
j I Winter Park Table Supply up. Many people set fires for t tin
i II. Davis, William II Ellis. yourself. You were a good business B and B
l An Stores, Inc., purchased purpose of burning off the postuS
Feeling Oyster's Heart Beat man once, You can be again. I
Yt' For Railroad Commissioner-W. B. Douglas. It, ButIf "_ ,' ," f Cash Grocery Store. for their cattle and this destro
.
k 11 1." t ?- < 'tfr e I the seed that have fallen on I tij
o Never knowid'Jt was sinful l: You want to be successful and
d r"( j i Belle! Glade rNew))post office,opened ground and would have come up j
has already extracted a total of thirteen lives you think that Bradford Many times I ate a bin full prosperous and happy. Alright, matter of time.
1' ; County's Plum Nearly Is a funny Of oysters. la the months contain. snap out of your gloom. Quit.slghln' ,
during the first half of the 1932 season. ing "r"; and Bobbin and put your I
_ name for a settlement, that's be-
o cause you never heard of Hot Coffee Nothing ever-made gladder mind to work on the problem of I
Than to sit before a platter- gettln' back some of those old '
Howey and Carlton seem to be doing most of their debating Mississippi.- 'I'I could gulp a dozen down in less customers and nndin 'a flock of' Do You Know ? +

} 4 on the question of whether or not to debate. than par.Theil' .. new ones. I i
That Is SO the name of a' town: read the awfulstoryHow i -
o We read all about it In the news ''
it was so mean and gory Go down to your newspaper offlee -
"Hair and Hat Pins Worn by Mrs. Hoover head paper. To go along with Hot Coffee To ,
says cause an oyster all that need and see If you can't coax the
there IB a place named Two
line in a daily paper. It would be better news if she didn't Egg in West Florida, and, If you less pain; editor into lettln' you take an advertisement -
I had eaten mothers
Maybe to tell folks thatyou'v.
.
wear hair. like a little meat with
,
your eggs Whose hearts cried out for .
poor quit worryin' about the depression
NI, Georgia's Three Hams should fill
0 othersAs'
the bill. and have gone back to
fi C4 A Florida weekly says,' "Miniature Kansas 'Twister' in they slid along the dark and work again, and you hope they'll
narrow lane. drop in and see you, tell 'em about
West Part County Sunday." The'little fellow was a long way You may not be surprised to Once, how well do I remember, the quality of the goods you haveto

from home.If learn that Hot Coffee was named On the fifteenth of SeptemberI offer and the service you can

0- for hot coffee. Before!, the war between had put away a healthy oysters repder; you'll And that there Is

the states horse traders, fry, MeA' nothing as effective as newspaper
you cannot remember the names of the Democratic politicians and drummers proclaim. When J felt estrange commotionLike advertising when it comes to results.
ed the coffee to be had at an inn the of .
swelling an ocean-
presidential electors, just vote for"the first seven on the ballot
there the best in the land. A huge Or the beating of a heart that soon
and you will have it right.'f coffee pot was painted on the side will die! And now I see where an Anti-

I o of the building, BO the settlement So I took an oath to diet, Prohibition group are raising a

!: The Valdosta Times says that we will know the depres became known as Hot Coffee. And I think that I will try It, "battle fund" through the sale of
Eating soulless; things as corn and cute little that bear the
stamps i it
$ sion is over when the average man resumes his practice of The name of Two Egg seemedto cauliflower. slogan "Swat the Dry", an attemptto .r

1' trying to get out of jury duty. arise from the old custom of Though Tm something of a roister STAMP out Prohibition, In'other ,

Il o bartering. When the farmers from words But LICKING stamps Is
tq" the surrounding country came to I can't bear to eat an oyster one thing, and LICKING Prohibition / 1t. I IR
The first #strawberry! bloom was reported at Hampton town to trade their produce for And know that it will suffer for I' is something else. Why should / A

II this week. There may be flowers more beautiful but there merchandise they very often an hour. j the customers buy the stamps, .

is brought only two eggs, beause, we Why not get Congress to a
none that the farmer gazes upon with greater delight. ,f--n- Ooo -- 1 pass
presume, at that' -time they were law requiring all the bootleggersto
o having a little private depressionall stick 'em on bottles like revenue

Smoking is banned until the season is over,,but;, Furman their own. It's funny to think (Late stamps. ...

1 $ University football players may chew all the tobacco they that if the farmers had strained -
a point and brought in three
eggs And if want to know
you why
please.. Looks as !if Furman will play most of its games on a the name of the town might now olaSSi I'm clinchln' my teeth and '

muddy field. be 'entirely different: if they;had tit-,, my hair, it's because I've tearID'j';
0 brought in six eggs it might even 'B, RUSSELL KAY found out that,this great + 4:
be known as Half A Dozen.Egg. 5cr ury. floruit .Pre, AUOCKIKX ,of ours is now expected to V
r a mother and father in Lansing, Mich, have'asked for aninjunction ---...- brate the lowly dough-nut, not fora

; 9 I to keep their daughter, away from home. Most i The inhabitant of Mississippi 'I know a fellow who lives on a day, or for a week, but for a !&? % '

parents would rather have injunctions keeping their'offsprlngin have further shown a' delightfulsense farm with a lot of chickens and whole MONTH. Yes Sir, we may
of humor by naming other cows and ducks, and when he ain't all rise and cheer for National --oil'

occassionallyi; towns''Whynttt, SOso and O. K. busy mllktn'' 'or huntln' eggs, he Dough-nut: Month. But If you ask
..:.......
i'0 : -- writes letters.: Once and awhile
-- me It's Just another NUT schemeto
Psychologists at Columbia University have perfected a And Florida has others almostas lie writes TO somebody but most get the DOUGH. the first canal on the St. Mary's River *t Sault St. Marie WII
'
THAT trs M
good as Two Egg. For Instance of the time he writes FOR somebody 4iLx In 1797 by the North West Tradln Company for the
Kr! machine that will tell you whether or not you\ are in the right have you heard of Sonny'Boy, Sisters portatlon of Its canoes and boats from Lake Huron to Lake superiorIt tIts

; line of work.. However, they do not furnish jobs for the un- Welcome, and Jay JayT was destroyed during the War of 1812 but has since' been an restore niiw "CI j irello
; and Is preserved as
"
I 1 original form, all shown above
His name is' Jack Carr, and the
employed'in order that"they be tested.
? may In a park In Sault St. Marie Canada. _
I North Carolina calls three of its mousetrap, people come to his JWoodlawn

0- settlements MatrImony. Maiden, front porch for his LETTERS.And .-

Governor Albert C. Ritchie of Maryland calls the Republican and Red Bug. Fortunately, RedBug they pay.him regular money And the Worst is Yet to Come

] plank on prohibition "a fraud and a sham" "President Is not anywhere near Maiden. to': write 'em because h.'. got a
Virginia names Include: 'All Ego,! knack of ftlHtf" 'em with sunshine,
:', ; Hoover accepted a plank 'which was obviously designed to Pancake Red Eye, Swallow Well and cheer. And they pack an aw Farm Lawtey, Oct.' 25.: '" -- '--

1 appear dry to the drys and wet to the wets," the Governor ,and Topnot. Arkansas doesn't do fulwallop. Editor Telegraph f
I so badly with its Poorman, Greasy Starke, Fla.,,
'v says. I Corners Hog Scald, Self :and '..2yo{ 1 ttsr from Jack lastweei'and I am wanting to get all our

---0 I Smackover. The last so named be- It contained a little story farmers to examine their 'cornabout I I -

", ? Norman Thomas, Socialist candidates for president says '' cause; when folks crossed a creek that.l've'"juefi; got to pass on to the corn weevil as I have ,

; that; he would take over, by cooperation of the several States In those parts they" 'said they were you,, it says: the most in my corn, that I have f .
"smack it. bad for
I over some years. I always }
j and the Federal Government at Washington all idle factoriesin I _"'Do you :remember: the 'actor, ,look out for them In my corn at

which he would put the unemployed to work producing, not Louisiana haa Two Blanks and who played the part bf! Lincoln ford I this time of the year As I.com I .

i for somebody else but for themselves without profit; those Tennessee comes through nicely long, ,he actually thought he, mence to get out seed for next ,
with A. B. C., A Calf Killer and WAS Lincoln T He walked talked year I always go to a drug I'i\-
essentials in the maintenance of life, shelter and some degree .Two Glzsarda. Sorry we can't'tell and dressed like Lincoln all the store and get a can of I 14'l

of comfort. you how the last name. originated. time, .,..7,, ."> about one pint of Bisulfide Carbon .
How Perhaps someone found a chlck.n'ther. k't" ;; for 50 cents and save the seed --- .
far is this
from all that the Republican party stands '
x once in that strange condi One day be was .walking down corn and my milling corn. So for
for? As Irving Berlin would put it, "How deep is the ocean; tion. Broadway; clothed In the cape and the benefit of our farmers 1 wantto t

how high is thesky?" -' nigh bat of Lincoln's period. Some- advise them to look over their

0 Now will those complainers who body pointed him 'out and said corn and If there are weevils In
complain that Starke la not a par That fellow! will never' be satisfied It. get the remedy to kill all
M To save, you a lot of unnecessary reading we will explainin ticularly beautiful name please be until he's. assassinated.-* of them. Just get the Bisulfideand I
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the fewest possible words, the substance of the two amend quiet r -" see how11' am saving mine. l Qt. ,
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ments that will appear on the Nov. 8 election ballot. One Aren't lot of, us If',that? As my advice will bei free to anyone
A headline In an exchange '-'ef ':_ let me teU you all you better i.
A' would increase the number of'supreme court justices from screams "Cauliflower Not Fit to We've talked and thought D e:. be saving :your corn as we may ,

six to seven, and the other would increase the term of county Be Eaten. Well who do you think resaion! ''so+;4qq '.'' we've come to not make' any next year. .
you're telling? the .conclusion'life1. holds'nothing can save aU kinds of
commissioners from
j( a two year term to a four year term. So'YOU\\
else We'll never be satisfied until the remedy.As Ii
t. We can see no good reason for voting "yea" to either of Another head this one In the iamething"'terrible'' happens ever, your

I"" li- these amendments. At a ,time,when the reduction! and consolidation New York Times, say ""Dr. OoM- Maybe some of..s should be SHOT.'Merchants' year old farmer

( .offices: has become the cry from all over the nation Stein Urges Men.to Accept Minor D. Lv Phillips. ,.,
d Role in Home." we"rise manufacturers : .
rotten 'add-A ,
# ; if I ts:; hardly.1ike that.vcters: $ wilt add
'Y : another .justice and ask respectfully of course have been playln'the part or the"Forgotten ESSAY CONTEST HELD

.to the payrolls of the state. Jf an jiheven number is desiredin Just where has Dr; GoTdsleliTbeen : Man.** 'Forgotten by AT :IIKIIBKONN SCHOOL

the supreme court to prevent split decisions the voter will for the past ten years r fonneT"rostonrer' '.pro pect&. i' schoolrecently I,
ask And why shouldn't they be forgotten The pupils of Heilbronn
"Why not reduce the number to five I"
The oyster's. heart beats even ? What effort are they making participated In an essay!
As to the term for county commissioners, we believe that while being served on the shelL So to bring back the,old time profit.. contest enUUed "Forest Fires." ',

,' krv a good commissioner can always be reelected, while four years if you gulp down an'oyster the able trade Prizes for the best boy's and best

is a long time to get tied with a bad chances are Its heart keeps beating -, girl's essay were divided between J :
up
# one. from ten to fifteen minutes, ,My advice to you may not be the fifth and sixth and the seventh,,I

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