Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 4, 1932
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01052
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Three Big Rallies Fifty-five wonder years-Is a long time, I tempt for bugaboos.- --- --. Ballot Explained Achievement .1 ft.;

: no myself. Fifty-five I've begun'years talking of bringing to- Fifty-five years have been pleas- ; Bradford County Telegraphand Day? .. '

ant. I know people and know Starke business men 'I\.I'\'
new people Into the world and they

Friday, Saturday seeing Fifty-five old ones years taken of away."secretary- mo small and nobody town,' country\. fooled.weekly I'm Justa anddon't Two Parties Only .. request Mr. and the Mrs.presence Voterat of Progress Is Shown ;.t It, t';1{,

I ing" for. 2000 souls Keeping the pretend to be anything else; "
they're just home-folks and if \\t : ,I,
Will B* Held Saturday records straight; adding a candleto they
glurke Lawtey And Brooker their birthday cakes each year do pretend to be something else, Blank Line Will Take Care of an election returns partyto Many Unusual Product Exhibited fir, f, ti)
Tonight and getting their middle initials in It doesn't last long. I've made Candidates Not Democratic be held on the vacant lot nextto -Winners for Boy's and Girl's ,, i(
mistakes and they've made mis- Clubs Announced \ \
the paper right.Fiftyfive :
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takes and love each other the Telegraph office
Bradford County Demo- years of sending our we. morefor \ '
Tie Executive Committee, fol boys away to war. Welcomingthem It. Only the names of Democratic Tuesday night Nov. 8th. Dark halls of the court house :. ''II''II'I.' :a'4,

I wing a me"tlng l held Wednesday back-fewer than went away, So may the next fifty-five years and Republican candidates for of- Guests must bring their took on new life Saturday when j
; has -sent out a call for all but welcoming them back joyful. be'as happy for you and for me as fice will appear-.on' the genera own seats and refreshments. the 4-H Achievement Day exhibit 1 ., ,
I night Democrats in Bradford county to I ly. Booms, fires and hurricanes; the past have been. And If anyone election ballot Ih Florida next assume proportions of a mlnia-- : ;: '
I attend a rally at the court house !good seasons, bad seasons and'depressions should ask you to what I attribute Tuesday but voters may cast a ture county fair. Throng of people ." 4 1 k'k'I'1l 4/
Saturday night. It Is the -:I've seen 'em all, my long Ute just say It 1I Is becauseI ballot for anyone they please. I l filed through the building all ,f:
I ut bert get-together before the elec- brought 'em out Into the light of see and bear almost everythingand Blank lines.will be found on the 'Hallowe'en Events day long and viewed tables) laden : '
|Son on Tuesday and R. C. Helber- 'day and let familiarity breed con- tell only half of it. ballot under the printed names of Council Postpones with farm products, proving. that, I r{ i\ li r':"

her chairman of the committee, .. candidate for all offices and voter. Include Fire Alarm; Bradford) County's horn.of plenty! ; : J 11!Z<,
tots a large and enthusiast! may write in the names of persona I.I still flowingfreely.. .'l.f.1' i.
Mrs. Murden Sues "
crowd out to hear Fred Cone of: Bradford AmongQuarantined whose names do not appear Store Broken Into Tax Advertisement Under the direction of Mis Pearl '.,i r I '.
Lake City who will speak at eight For $50,000 DamageIn on the sheet Jordan, horn demonstration agent .f; ,,
o'clock. To vote for' nay candidate the The witches and gobbling had row of shining jar. filled with, ';' ,' !
Mr. Cone has been one of the Area Titusville Court voter must place an "X" beforeor another night off Mfenday and purple youngberrtes, corn on the \' '
nost popular speakers of the campaign ', ( to the left side of) the name went through town soaping: windows Will Cut Off Service> to Those Who cob pickled radishes, sliced pump "\1' f ,
and has been greeted by Miami Egg and Poultry Truck of. the candidate This must be moving sign and piling Do Not Pay Light and kin, neatly stacked string beans ; r i tPJ''
crowds wherever he has ap, Parked on Highway With- done ven .when, the candidate'sname trash In the streets. In spite of Water by Mth soup mixture, and even preserved ;! 'II' t.,

peared.Urge He has, an Important mes- Will Cause Farmers No Inconvenience out Lights, la Charge written on the ballot., the vigilance of the police force, pomegranates were arranged on Rj! tf"fl. .
that all Democrats should ,, Says Dr. Wllnton The name 'pf candidates for the usual number or pranks were At a meeting of the city council tables and sent folks hurrying i ar S ,i
sage hear on the eve of the election, Newell Suit for SO,000 against the Miami president *Vice-president will played, for witches are elusive held Tuesday night It was decided home for dinner hours too early "i' i;:':"

ud has asked that everyone, especially Poultry & Egg Company was I not appear ta-the ballot Instead things dodging around corners to postpone the advertising for preserved foods on exhibit Included t''r: ,
*women and children, turnout Bradford was among the six brought by Mrs. Lamtra Murdenin there will appear the names of and hiding in dark alleys, always sale of city property for taxes until everything from collard greens to \toe* a'u(
for Saturday night's meeting:, north Florida counties placed under circuit court at Titusville this candidates for seven electoral college Just one jump ahead of the long November 21st. This action canned chicken. : : 'llr:,
Rallk .Tonight quarantine restrictions last week. The plaintiffs attorneys places. A vote' for each of the arm of the law was taken In order to give tax- Not all of the exhibits .were of ",i. 'H') >i\"
Rallies will be held tonight (Friday week In an .effort to prevent the Hugh Ackerman and C. P. Dickinson seven electoraf.andldates representing Few people turned out when the payers a few weeks longer to redeem Foodstuffs. There were rugs made'.I( !J )>'r
) In Brooker and Lawtcy. Rec- spread of the pink boll worm to of Orlando and L. C. Croftonof a party wll 1 be a vote for fire alarm sounded about 10 their property and thus save from rags and feed sacks; basket. r !:b.& ',
breaking crowds are expectedto the great cotton fields of neighborIng Titusville, are asking this that part's presidential and vice-. o'clock.: A false alarm that arousedthe expense of advertising. made from pine needles; dresses i.1., ,'f f
attend these' meetings, which states.. The action was taken amount for personal damages to presidential nee..-, town had been turned In late Following are the minutes In quilts and draperies. "Midlakea," i ,[, ,

in being held in widely separated by the Department of Agricultureafter Mrs. Murden in loss of time work Two Parties LUted Saturday night and folks :just full: I a painting by Mrs. S. H. Dodd. !+;i. ,1 :,.:
portions of the county for the con- Georgia had expressed fear and bodily Injury said to be sustained Only Jbe names of the sevenDeotocraUc weren't going to be fooled twice. The city council of the city of I was also being shown. .'l !" .A
nnlence of voters Congressman that its fields might be Invaded by in an automobile wreck near and seven Republican But this' time It was a real blaze, Starke, met November 1st, (In reg. 'The boys clubs, under the direction !, < r;':w:,
R. A. Green will address the crowd the pest Melbourne In the morning;- of electoral candidates will be printed though just a bonfire caused by ular session with the following of County Agent L. T. ( : "'ii 7
at Lawtey, and Mr. Cone will alsobe Effective last Saturday,, tbe.re-I March 26, 1931. ', on the ballot If a voter wishesto someone lighting up a pile of lumber members present: O. W. Alderman, Dyer, exhibited corn, sugar cane, \s: ; j f
heard on this occasion at 7:30: strictions on both cotton The plaintiff, on a large numberof vote for a presidential candi- stacked on the lot where E. W. chairman, O. L, B astey, P. M. hogs and poultry Cayana 10 cane : If ::
ton products will cover Columbiaand I counts claims that a truck date other than Roosevelt or Hoov. Hayes' residence burned recently. Barefoot W. M. Edwards T. N. was shown. This variety Is resistant ''tf': I",t
p.m.Col. Walter A. Dobson of Mac- Alachua counties, whede specimens !- owned by the Miami Poultry & er he must write In the names of Also among events of the night Kendrick. Minutes of the lust to all common diseases and ( ",
of the pest have actually Egg Company was parked on the was the breaking into of the meeting were read and approved. yields four times ; '
and others much
Benny, G. M. Inman the seven electoral candidates rep- as syrup : I 7 i",
will address the Brooker gather-i been found recently, and the four Dixie highway without a tall light resenting the candidate of his Starke Dry Cleaners. The intruders Clerk was Instructed to write as the old varieties.. Corn was on 1 ;:,,";
I neighboring counties of Baker, and that through this negligence choice. used the rear door of the the following letter to'bond trustees dl.play.tbat bed produced 37 bushels i r.i'u' ;
log.All Bradford GUchrist and Union. she suffered to the extent of $SO- the and ) with reference to enforcing .,
voters are urged by the The Florida ballot does not des building, cutting screen ion a plot where crotalarla had I )1' ,
"The quarantine restrictions 000. Mrs. Murden's husband was inside to lift the latch. payment of light and water bills. >
Democratic> committee to attend ignate the party affiliations of the reaching bash used, and only 15 bushels on \ i'
of the preliminary rallies and which apply to areas r as lightly Infested killed in the wreck. I candidates so voters must know Although a varied selection of The city council Instructs bond the same sized field without tha -i\\ V,
la Starke Saturday night seriously Impede the movement of G. Herring of Sanford and James not specify the order In which the nothing was touched. who do not pay light and water High Score Announced It' ,'.' !r
cotton," Lee A.strong, chief of the C. Knox of Titusville, are basing candidates are to "bf'.listed: on the bills by 13th.of each month. ':The highest total Mores in boys t i', ,,
EXERCISES bureau of plant quarantine said. their defense- on the! contention of Bills will b* sent out on first of work .
AMIST1CE DAY ballot Usually the presidential Hoke Smith Ousted considering the elements of l oe U
."The cotton must be compressed! contributory negligence.The 1 each month. Notice of nonpayment ,, t.':
electoral candidates are grouped yield profit record -and exhibit ,
at authorized In the Is tried before From Bonus Office sent to all who have not
Poet compresses cane: being paid ,
: The Jones-Langford-Whlte according to party lines and the were announced Saturday and were !r 4, fi
American Legion co-operating vicinity of the regulated areas andit Judge A. Z. Adkins of the 26th JUdicial other candidates whose names ap by 10th, then If not paid by '15th. made by Wilson May of Hampton. ,'i' .r'"
must move both to the compress circuit. Hoke Smith, Bradford Countyman service will be cut off.
with the high school will celebrate pear on the ballot and who are Woodrow HInson of Hampton, r
and market under federal who was recentely elected B. J. Alderman '
before 'ij
Armistice Day, Friday, Nov. 11. per elected by direct vote, are arranged appeared kelson Moore of Hellbronn I. '
with appropriate exercises in the mits. W. M. S. TO SELL SIIOE RACKS alphabetically. It Is not always national field officer of the Bonus the council asking for an adjust- Springs Herbert Packham, of The ,i ires. a
"Compression'crushell any pink Expeditionary Force was ousted ment on taxes of old Gaiety Thea. .. :l
o'clock a. 'Ortho
Khool auditorium at 11 the case. Matheny of Brooker. < r :
m. Arrangements for' the exer-' soil worm which may be In the Ladles of the Methodist W. M. s. Two proposed. constitutional last Friday by a vote of the general tre property which Is In arrears Wilbur Green oft Broker Markalee ," lit
dics were made this week by bales, and in lightly Infested areas will begin sale of shoe racks manu- amendments will be listed on the staff of the organization. for five years. Motion was made .irannen of Brooker, Arthur Aus- 'j
this has been found sufficient to George Anthony of Chicako was by T. N. Kendrick that Mr Alderman ,
Principal L. A. Gray and Post factured in Starke by Jack Radley. ballot this year. One would pro- tin of Lawtey, Henry HInson of ,
Commander L. D. Vlnlng. prevent the carriage, to other localities The rack. made of hand turned vide for a seventh justice for the named to succeed him. be permitted to pay 1928 Hampton and Percy Sullivan of i j ',
AU members of the local, post : of pink boll worms In- cypress and will make a neat addition state supreme court. The other The general staff adopted a reso- 1929, 1930 tax without Interest at Hampton. These boys were award ,J1 !
baled cotton lint. lution charging Smith with "creat original assessed valuation reduc-l I
ud other ex-service men are to any room. Any member of, would make the terms of office ed the "short course" trip to ',,j/I't"JOJ;/ y
urged to meet at the Legion hallat ."Cottonseed, :which is the pro- the society is authorized to sell the for county commissioners, four ing prejudice" against- the B. E. F. Ing the valuation for 1931 and 'I i Gainesville, consisting of a week'
10 o'clock preceding the ex- duct'most likely to carry pink boll racks, and one will be.on, exhibit years Instead of two and would I'LEE-ZINO PRESIDENT 1932 from 13,000 to (2.000 also reduction 'I agricultural study at the University 1j ,4
ercises and march In a body to worms, must be sterilized by heatIn at the Bradford Hardware Com- make them. elective, by- county IN STARKE SATURDAYW. .of valuation of personalproperty I In the early summer.
the school grounds. order to prevent the building up pany. They will sell for ninety wide instead of district vote.. from $1,000 to $500> for I Prizes for the best 100 ears of k

,1 The complete program will be of a general Infestation In the ter- cents, and the proceeds will go To vote'foSTan.amendment the U -of Chicago, 111., 1931 and 1932. Motion was ,. corn went to Gordon Weest, first:' ;
ritory, and regulations forbid\ shipment Stickney. seconded by O. L. Beasley and motion '
announced In. next week's paper. o'uninfested for local work. voter. >fmust pfacesal; "X'.lirbeforeor president of Plee-Zlng. Inc., and 'I Wilson May second; Percy Sullivan '; "
of carried.
The public< Is cordially Invited. ocalitles. Permits" ,are-. required .( to the left,eldof) the word'Yes.To1 W. F. (Bill Reid, salesman for Dr P."A. Brinson appeared before I, third; and Herbert Packham. j ; r (
vote against an 'amend- I All of the winners were
MORE MONEY REQUESTED Clark & Lewis Co., Jacksonville,
for interstate of other the council to rent to
pie shipment city
from the f"
CROSS ment he must place his cross mark I I Ilamptoh'club.
visited the food stores '
cotton products originating In Plee-ZIng the city of Starke the old Bradford '
--"- before the word'"No.' I Prizes for the best ten ears of OtII 't
G. M. Inman said this week that here and la Law ley Saturday af- j'
The of the the regulated areas: I County Bank building for use as went to i F
regular meeting Electoral Candidates'The i iI corn Arthur Austin Lawtey v ;
he Is going through the processof ternoon. They were on a good will
More than 90 per cent of 11'101'Ida' I city hall at 939.00 per mouth and
Bradford County Chapter' American -,. electoral can first; Wilbur Green Brooker. y''r'
Bradford County and also making ar j
rebudgfttlng tour were
has been to the of
cotton already ginned city assume payment
Red Cross was held In the work to applying for didates for the various parties In for future merchandising second; Charles Priest, Hampton. t
projects prior rangements'
the restrictions taxes. Action this matter
It cited city
Woman's afternoon. was so on third Rhame.
Club Tuesday Florida are: ; Clyde Hampton
another loan from the Reconstruction plans to be Inaugurated .a
will have slight effect on thlayear' was delayed for further consideration fourth. ,,
Plans were made for an intensive Finance Corporation. Governor DemocratWilliam M. Ayers, soon. f l4J ; R
membership drive'when the Roll crop. Particular attention Carlton has announced that all George M. Dorman, William Fairbanks Girls Awarded! a '+
Call begins Nov. 11. will be given by a special group of projects must be refinanced for Herbert W.; Fishier, W., B. BIRTHS I Fire Chief R. C. Buford asked The following winners were announced ,a t
Word was received from national inspectors sent to the area to pre- November and that he will attenda Lanier G. T. McClellan and Hugh council to purchase some buckets for the girl' clubs: A '
headquarters that radio adver- vent the spread of the boll worm meeting of the finance: corpora- C. Sparkman. Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Burned, 'for fire truck. Motion was made Best first year sewing First v ,i}y 9
Been and broadcasters assisting through cottonseed to other localities. Julia A. Aldrich I by T. N. Kendrick to purchase one Edyth'Jones. Starke
Republicans ,
are tion (in Washington on the fifteenth Starke, boy October 29th. ; second, Maxble t
i In two national hook-ups for In the past several Infestations of this month In an effort to George S. ''Ames Herbert L. Anderson Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Sapp, Starke, I dozen buckets for fir. department Prevatt Starke; third, Joe Ella 1h} F' ) a
of the pink boll worm have : and was seconded by W M. Bkl-:
Roll Call programs. The first obtain more funds. F. Ray Anderson, Miles H. boy October 31st. Barry Brooker. h'
4 these will be from 10:00: to 11:00: been eradicated. i Draper.-RJ<)'Neal'and.JohD. F. Mr. and :Mrs. Raulerson, Starke' ward. Motion was carried.J. Best second year sewing: First / 4
P- m. Monday. November I., on'a Newell Make StatementIn MORE FLOUR SOON Walter. girl, October 31st. M. Smith appeared before Mary Louise Mast Hampton; second -
roast-to-coast hook-up of the Na- a statement made public last Liberal Party-Maurice, Less, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Hornsby, council protesting action on reducing Clarke GUI-- Starke; thirds, t,
tional The week, following his return from Howard Oi A-Clark.. Ber- licenses as suggested at former Alberta HInson V
Broadcasting Company.. The fourth car load of govern- Starke boy, October 30th. Hampton 'i ,
second will be a nation-wide pro- Washington Dr. Wllmon Newell, ment flour for Bradford,county has tha Boomer. .Mrs.ilW.: .L."Foster Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Bryant, meeting. Placing before the Best third year sewing: First.. e j
cram over the Columbia Broad- state plant commissioner, said in been shipped and will probably ar- Fred Kellogg and-CL P.Corrlgan.. Starke, boy, October 30th. council the details of his business Essie Sapp, New River; second. ; ,
tasting system from 11:00: to 11:30 part: 'I i I I rive here next week. Arrange- Prohibition Party-W. T. Mc- Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Lewis, Law- showing them the advantage of Margurerlte Prevatt, Starke; IV }
P m., Tuesday, Nov. 16. 'The placing of a Federal quarantine -(r meats are being made for It to be Guire, S. S. Proctor, Fred E. Britt tey" boy, October 31st. protecting his Interest In Starke. [third. Lois Moore, Hellbronn.
A field representative of nation- on certain counties In North i I I stored In the building next to the ton Charlotte R. Coffin, Miriam I After discussion a motion was Beet gardening and canalm._. ..._._- r
d.J headquarters will be In Starke Florida on account of the finding ,U. S. Forestry office so that the H. Bare S. C. Perry and John made by- P. ]M.. Barefoot to let hlblt and first year record: First ',k:
Monday to help formulate plans of two light Infestations of pink I'distribution of flour and cotton can M. Weeks. AUXILIARY TO MEET amount of license remain u fixed Thelma Gasklns, Lawtey; second 4
for the boll worm followed the hearing of: Communist John Barn- by preceding council. Mellon was Thelma Rhoden }
local roU call. be carried on from the same head Party-- Hellbronn; third.
October 24. The Florida Plant i I quarters.IL ett. Armando Lopez, Manuel Me- The American Legion Auxiliary seconded by T. N. Kendrick and Myrtle Knight. Second 'year: e' .
STRING INSTRUMENT Board felt and so expressed Itself, nendez, Walter Peck, Enrlqueta win hold Its regular meeting Tuesday was carried. First, Geraldine Johnson, Hampton eft
CONCERT that a. quarantine at this time and IL YOUNG AN INSPECTOR Palacios and Frank VOlgt night,. Nov. 8th, 8 o'clock at P. M. Barefoot made motion to ; second Alberta Hinson. i '
under present conditions was inad- the Legion Hall. All membersare divide payment of delinquent taxes Hampton; third. Nettle Pan-lab. T"
'" Students Of-Pasco; Robert and visable, particularly If the regulations H. H. Young will be an Inspector HALLOWE'EN PARTY asked to be present as officers Into ten monthly payment. with- Brooker. Third year: First, E ala '
""""d Duffy of Jacksonville and covering the movement and at the polls In precinct number for the coming year will be elect out Interest for anyone desiring to Sapp New River; second, Lois f r *y
ainesvWe, will give a string Instrument ale of cotton were of a drastic na- three South Starke, Instead of i The home of Mr. S.. Kelly of Rising ed. pay them, if accepted by January Moore, Hellbronn; third, Lea Retta.
concert In the high school ture. However Secretary Hyde George Young as was originally I was'the scene of a delightful 1, 1933. Seconded by W. M.. Ed- Jeffords, Lawtey. ,
(Mltorlum Thursday night Nov. has decided that a quarantine published in the list of Inspectors Halloween party last Monday eve- DANCE CALLED OFF wards and motion was carried. I Best tomato exhibit and record: ;a y
10. It 8:15: p. m- The program should be imposed It Is worthyof announced by the county commis ning. The spirit .of Hallowe'en Motion that "discount be given : First, Ozena Green Brooker; second
1rtJ1 feature the mandolin guitar note, though, that regulations sioners. was In evidence and many colorful The square dance originallyplanned For prompt payment of taxes as t Aleene Rosier, Woodlawn; S s' }
banjo Hawaiian guitar xylophone will not preceptlbly Inconvenience costume added cheer,to the fee- for the Legion Hall on 4 follows: '4. per cent If paid In November :third Lorena Rosier, Woodlawn. ,, {,
tad Piano. farmers and will in no way affect of experienced Federal agents are UvaL i Games,, Hallowe'en pranks Nov. 10, ha been called off, according 3 per cent if paid In De- I Beet canning exhibit without '
: Classes) in stringed lastrumentsnvihtetUoa I business Interests In the quarantined In the held delimiting the Infested and contests were* enjoyed by to W O. .W. sponsors. cember, 2 per cent If paid In January garden records: First Marguerite

\ave! here with the' area. Cotton., and cottonseed area and the Department will young and old ..<.. .,_ 1 per cent If paid 'In Feb' Provatt, Starke; second, Edna Da- r ,.
', a local string may move freely and without undertake eradication. In this effort :Miss NitKeBy.woni first prizefor Delray Beach. New building ruary. Motion was seconded byT. vie, Hellbronn; third, Edith Par. '
Cll'ehestra' in the school. There wUl'I Interference upon compliance witha no time will be lost and at the the girls best costume and completed recently for Smith,Fun N. Kendrick and was carried. nester, Heilbronn a4,, k M1r
b. "dmisslon charge to the few simple safeguarding reqlre- same time these agents will assist Lucian Conner i won.first prize for Brat Home. Motionmade W. M. Edwards Best Improvement In girl room: v ;,a
cert. and the PUblic ls cordially ments. This Is gratifying."The glnners and others in applying the the boys best costume. Mildred recommending to the bond trustees I First M. E. Wynn Hampton: sec '; ,
< "'Y1 situation Is one which necessary, but fortunately mild, Brown and Robert Ward takingsecond Madison W L. Tooke repairing to reduce the operating expense for mad Ozena Green Brooker; third
uneael.n. under the flue In his office on South labor of light and water plant ''
need occasion: no alarm or measures prescribed: : prizes. Irene Lewis. Rising. 4 .t ;
PoLLs CLOSE EARLY'' .....; -ThVJ Federal Department quarantine order. The State Plant Over one hundred guests enjoyed Range Street (75.00( per month. Motion was seconded Best Improvement In home yard:
-. : with years of experience In hand. !Board of course, will render all the evening. "The party was for by O. L Deaaley'and_ motion (Continued on>pIIl'8'5.)
Voters Who show at the pol-'u ling successfully much more ser assistance possible to the Federal the school. being sponsored by the Plant City Gregg Floral shop wa carried. V '
VIer L35 ClOCk "P Infestations in Louisiana and I Department aDd the Board be- teachers, Mrs. Ague Knowle and opened road-side stand at Kllgore Motion mad. that' a reward ol tlse an .roperty.tol' tax.sale ,November
Iooza 1VIU have to Tuesday wait another.aiiterf ou* be depended upon to speaks for the government agencies Mrs. Pearl Norman experiment farm just out of city $23.00 be paid for1 1 conviction of 21st for 1931 taxes which* p' '
Texas, may
I.four years to fast: ballot fo* exert Itself to clean up the present : the earnest cooperation and limit on Road No. IT. anyone turning'in a false fire have not been paid.' .
ntla1 electors Infestation In North Florida good will of farmers, glnners and Miami -* Work to begin, within alarm, by W. M. Edwards. Motionwas Current bill were ordered paid.
"Ia_, for'1da According: light spread 'into the business Interests to the end that 60 days on widening and deepening Lake Worth New Smith Funeral seconded by O. W. Alderman. The council adjourned to next ,
peJt. to
doer and prevent
at sunit.y -
; 8J1IJ IUD8et. achecJu1e4 for maui cotton-producing area of the the infestation be stamped out at Intracoastal waterway between Home at 131 South Lakeside I Motion carried. meeting November 18th. x

,i.. Po n.. November. 8th., Southeast Already a large corps an early data.":, here and Fort Lauderdale. Drive dedicated. I Clerk;, was Instructed to adver- Carl Johns, Clerk t.

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days in Jacksonville last week via*- Mr. Overstrtet and daughter Collins Mrs. Ruth Collins and Mr.1 I been used to some extent but the sugar and packed In

BOATDRAIN Heilbronn Springs iting relatives. who are teaching school Georgiat Jewel Collins of Jacksonville were quart container in the 32-quart are then placed In cold barrels which
Miss Lucille Crawford spent t spent the week-end here with his visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. Alford American ventilated crate was the frozen. This fruit Is rOQ/na IIIId
Miss Cherry Hamll Cor. Him Tfc. .. nk.J... Car. Monday night at Lawtey the guestof t wife.Mr. Tuesday. standard. However with the advent until ready for use and kept frozell
Miss Grace Arwood. and Mrs. J. Q. Rosier are Miss Hazel Sullivan of Waldo, of the use of the express refrigerator I mainly by Ice-cream I is USed
Cherry Harrell spent Sunday at Mr. Lawrence Howard of Baker Miss Bertlce Griffls of RosedaKIs announcing the birth of a son, born spent Saturday night and Sunday car and the auction system pie bakers. maker and

Mrs. Iryant's.Mrs. county spent Sunday and Monday visiting relatives here this week Oct. 31.Aubrey. with Misses Rhoda and Ruth Zeig- of selling fruit, the pint container Next Week: Shipping.
Mollle Harrell and children, here with frisnds. Mr.' J. C. Pringle of Maxville, Larramore of Lulu, ler. was used more and more. In
_.;Shrank+ and Carswell. spent SundayAt Misses Essie Crawford, Pauline was visiting Mr. W, C. Chesser spent the week-end here with his Miss Lucille Bennett of St. Petersburg 1&30-31 square pints in 24-pint
Mr. and :Mrs. Ralph Galney's. Howard and Clara Belle Carter and J. L. Gaskins Monday night brother Claude Larramore. is visiting her sister, Mrs.C. crates were largely used but In How Doctors Treat

Mrs. Ada Griffls and children, were guests of Misses Thelma and Mr. W. M. Rowe of Nassau Miss Dottie Griffls was visitingMrs. Sullivan. 1031-32 a change was made to the
Clifton, and Ray spent Sunday at Mae Rhoden Sunday afternoon.Mr. county, spent the week-end at J. E. Rosier Monday after- Miss Lucille Sullivan Messrs. oblong pint In the 36-plnt crate Colds and CoughsTo
of her mother, Mrs. Paul Bill Monde of Lawtey was Heilbronn with her brother Mr. noon. Bill Sullivan John Morris, and E. and this will probably be standardfor break
Prevail. visiting relatives here one Jay last F C. Hodge and stopped over hereto W. TUlls of Waldo, spent Sunday the coming years. The ad- relieve the congestion up a cold oversight WJ

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Boree and children week. ; visit her cousin, Mrs. R. N. afternoon at Theressa. vantage of the oblong pint la thatIt cough thousand of that make Jot
Henderson Harold and Doyle Miss Pearl Jordan of Starke, Crawford Sunday while enroute GRAHAM Mrs. Mertle Adkins and daughter can be used to load the pony refrigerators now recommending physician.Calotabj. are
spent Sunday In Starke with Mr. was visiting in our section last lome. of Jacksonville were visiting which were built for nausealeas calomel compound t ll tie
Albert Griffis.n Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Thompsonare .... BlIrB Job...., Car Mr. and Mrs. R. :M. Horsey Sun quart containers.The that give :you the effects of culomel> lad,.
Misses Pauline and Nellie Green receiving congratulations over 1 day. fruit should be packed firmly sails without the unpleasant tl[acts
Mildred Sanders and Mr. Russell, an eight pound daughter, born O. W. Dyal and J. H. Surrency enough to prevent perceptible !of- .Ith"..
RISING Melvin and Morris Carter were in Friday October 28. atended the union meeting, at settling in the cup before reaching One or two CaloUbs at bedtime*ttk i!
I our section Sunday night Mrs. J. L. Gasklns and daughter, Heilbronn church.. ZIFF destination. The top is crowned a morning glass of sweet milk or water. IS !I

Mr. H. M. Helta*. C.r. There was a large crowd from Thelma, attended the 4-H Achievement Mr. and Mrs, Riley Griff and slightly bat not so much that the system Is your thoroughly cold has vanished, ,Z oJJ:
r here that attended the '4-H pro I Day In Starke Saturday. Miss bfrs. Etta Reynolds were shoppingIn Mlmn t.ml Ma. LcvrU. Cor. fruit is crushed by the divider are feeling fine with a purged hearty and !
Quite a number of people of this gram at the courthouse in Starke Thelma won first prize and was Starke Saturday. strips. Dividers with beveled cross for breakfast Eat what you svpet1e'nIl b', i''
section attended the Fifth Sunday Saturday. presented the Blue Ribbon by Miss Duffle Abernathy who has been Mr. Purvis Lewis of Jackson strips are better than the square 1:1) dancer. -
s meeting at Hellbronn church. Mr. Lacy Davis of Jacksonville Ceown of Tallahassee, on having working at Otter Creek has returned ville, was visiting his parents Sun- ones, as the former cuts the fruit Calotab. are sold la lOa and a'e"
e packages at
spent Sunday here with Mr. and the best all-round garden exhibit drug Itorell.
Mr. Ernest Norman of Gaines to his home. much less. -- ((1dr)
Mrs. R. N. Parmenter. and record book. Miss Novella of day.Rev. If a covered truck Is not used for -
? ville spent Saturday here with his King Hampton J. H. Kelley and daughter,
Misses Hilda Forsyth and/ Alice Miss Willie Mae Reddish was attended school here Sun- transporting the fruit to the ship-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Norman Sunday Miss Jeannette, and Miss Amy '
Pattee spent Sunday at the .State visiting her cousins, Misses Aleene Groover attended church at Bell ping platform the fruit should be A
Those who attended the Union Farm. and Lorene Rosier of Woodlawn day.Mr.. and Mrs. John Crews of last Saturday and Sunday. covered with a light colored preferably 'liitfsiii

meeting at Bostwick last Friday Miss Essie Crawford spent Sat- Sunday.Mr. Lake Butler, were visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Ray and son, Johnnie, white, cloth. Air should '
y from this section were Mr. and urday night with Miss Thelma and eur.. L. J. Norman and Mrs. E. J. Murrhee Sunday. and daughter, Frankie, spent several be allowed to circulate freely about I Landslide'

:Mrs. H. M. McRae and little Rhoden. daughter Cleo, spent Saturday Miss Mattie Norman spent the days .of last week at Graham the fruit during the trip. This ,
daughter, Mr. D. M. McRae and Miss Hilda Forsyth 'Thelma night at Rosedale, the guests of week-end at the home of her parents with Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Dyal. I circulation will evaporate some of

:Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman and ,Rhoden .and Essie Crawford attended her father, Mr. R. C. Griffis. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Nor- Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Thomas and oration the temperature of the I .. -I--I(0ip .
the dance Starke Satur- Mrs. R. C. Griffls of Rosedale,
at. man of Vanderbilt from washing and by this
:Mr. Luther Woodle of Heilbronn. daughter, Miss Hazel, spent Sunday evaporation -
Miss Agnes Sapp of Hellbronn day night. Is spending this week at the bedside Miss Leola Fogg a member of at Fairbanks with Mrs. Thom I the tempertaure of the ; ( ( |
Mr. Fonzo Prevatt of Lawtey, of her daughter, Mrs. M. L. fruit Is yirs
was visiting; Misses Edna and the school faculty of Bell spent as' mother Mrs. E. Howard.Mr. slightly lowered.
x Thelma Lewis Saturday afternoon. was visiting in our section Sunday.Mr. Thompson.Mr. the week-end here at the home of and Mrs. Minnie Starlingof Since Florida strawberries are
Levy Sweat and Miss Era- and Mrs. Phillip Sullivan Mr. "c. B. Roberts. sold as fancy fruit and as a rule
and Mrs.
S. B. and T. D. Proctor of Lake Graham were in our section | Tire Ticket ]
S.. Butler were vlsltng In this section lee Raulerson passed through our of Jacksonville, were visiting The farmers of this section were Sunday. command a good price, it is the l932

ya Friday, and also attended churchat section Sunday afternoon.Mr. their mother Mrs. Jean Gaskins thankful for the. shower Monday Miss Nannie Groover spent last duty of every grower to see thata
Heilbronn. Lacy Parmenter spent Sat- and family Sunday. afternoon. Sunday with Miss Lula Mae Lewis. quality pack of fruit is maintain \Xl> GOODYEAR
i Mr. Mtldrle Whiddon of Dothan, urday afternoon in Starke. Mrs.- Minnie Futch and childrenof Mrs. J.: C. Padgett Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Miner Starling of I ed. The U. S. Grade No. 1 should \ I.r N.ll*
:Ala.., Is spending a while here with Mrs. Ruby Rhoden spent Sunday Greenwood spent Sunday here relatives in Tampa Graham, Mrs. S. L. Prescott and : be observed In packing strawberries. -
with her sister, Mrs. F. B. Robinson with Mrs. L. M. Murrhee. .
; :Mr.. and Mrs. A. L. Barnes. Ancel Norman of Sandy Lane Mrs. Bill Hines were visiting at FOR PASSENGER CARS
> Mr. J. W. Drtggers of Pine Lev. Miss Pearl Jordan of Starke, was a business visitor here Mon- he bedside of Mr. and Mrs. Moody V. S. Grade No 1
"' There was a Hallowe'en party was visiting Mrs. J. L. Gaskins "This grade shall consist of firm wr Airwhael
el was visiting Mr and Mrs. II. M. day. Starling of Cooter Pond, who is
r' :McRae Saturday.Mrs. given at the home of Miss Pauline Thursday. Riley Wasdin, Claude Starlingand seriously ill We all wish him a strawberries of one variety, with
Brittan Alvarez of PineI Howard Monday night, and enjoyed Misses Ola and Elnora Futch Fred Johnson were business speedy the cap (calyx) and a short stem

i Level section was visiting her by all who attended. spent Sunday here the .guest of visitors In, Jacksonville Sunday Rastle recovery.Mr. Mann was visiting attached, which are not over-ripe, .

'11moth.r\ Mrs. Evelyn Crosby Sat- Miss Frankie Lou Murrheo. night. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shaw Saturday under-ripe undeveloped decayed, .
rday, I Misses Lois and Pauline Futch Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Yarboroughof afternoon. or moldy, and which are practically .'el .rC

Miss Lillian Kelley was visiting LITTLE SPRINGSWillie spent Sunday here with Miss Ruth Waldo were In this section Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis, son free from foreign matter and

) :Misses Agnes and Louise Sapp Saturday Murrhee. Monday Purvis and daughter. Mrs. W. S. I from damage caused by- sand. la.. Y
N afternoon. Mae Newsome, Cor. Mr. F. C. Hodge of Hellbronn, Ray. and children and Miss Lula I moisture, disease, Insects or mechanical
was visiting Mr. R. N, Crawford Goady.o S o
:Mrs. A. L. Crosby and little son, Mae Lewis, were visiting Mr. and means. The minimum die a AI4WcethsrI..oaa.talnr
James, were visiting her sister and family Sunday afternoon.Mr (i ameter shall be three-fourths of
The three-day union meeting at THERESSA Mrs.. J. O. Dennlson of Midway
and Mrs. J. Roy Quinn and an Inch.
:Mra. T N. Norman In Heilbronn /
Hellbronn church was well attended and while here attended church.
'.' section Thursday. II and everybody seemed to enjoyit Miss Frankie Lou Murrhee were MI. Rhode Zll..r. Car. Miss Rhoda Thomas of Jacksonville -I I "In order to allow for variations Tire Users r
visitors to Starke Monday, and incident
Mr. D. M. McRae attended much. her parents Mr. to careful commercial
church at Saxton' Sunday night. i There was a nice crowd at the while there Miss Murrhee visited Mr. and Mr81 .W. H. Smith and and Mrs. J. B. Thomas one day this grading and handling ten per- 'vole' the
: Mrs. C. C. Crosby of Pine Level, Hallowe'en party given by Mr. and Mrs. Fay Gill. Mr. and Mrs. 'C. A. Youngbloodwere week. centum by.volume, of the berriesin
;a was visiting Mrs. B. M. McRae Mr. and Mrs. Troy Bennett ofLawtey any lot may be under the prescribed GOODYEARticket
Mrs. E. C. Johns Monday night. business visitors in Hampton Mr. Woodrow Palmer of Fairbanks -
-,d Sunday evening. Mr Charlie Gaskins was the were visiting relatives : Saturday afternoon. > was visiting relatives In size, and in addition five straightagainin
j The Hallowe'en party given at here Friday.Dr. ((8) percentum, by volume, of the
guest of Miss Jeannette Carter Mrs. Ida Bender .Earlton, was this section this week.
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sim Kel- G. W. Brown of Lawtey. wasa berries in such lot be below 1932By
Sunday afternoon.Mrs. visiting her parents, Mr. and :Mrs. I There was a large crowd that may
t iley Monday night was well attended Vlnnle Damon had a strokeof professional caller. here Friday.EVERGREEN M. Hall Sunday afternoon. attended the dance given at the the requirements of this grade. m plurality' of MILLIONS, tar
ij and enjoyed by all. paralysis last Thursday morn- Miss Florence and Maude Bender home of Mr. and Mrs. 'Minnie Definition of Grade Terms our owners at Aaurte....*.lciidGoodcar
t r Inf, but Is getting along fine now. Mr. John Yann and Mr. and and Frank Groover Friday night.' 'Diameter' means the greatest flute FIRST-cholc (tnfBnrjTMr
,iI Mrs. Mamie Lou Hersey spent Mrs. J. R. Kaufman of Gainesville .reported a nice time. dimension at right angles, to a line IVUGoodywr Tint
straight line tact carrl.d.b. la MMdllrIncnMinft
1JIARTSBURG the week-end with her mother, I were visiting relatives here Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Thomas and running from the country
s Mrs. J. S. Norman. Mr. F. A. n..lcr, VOT Sunday afternoon.Mr. I daughter Miss Hazel were at- stem" to, the apex. torlty.
1,1 Miss Cor. I Mr. and Mrs. Gaskins 'I I "OV r-rlpe' means dead ripe, Why fcwy any secend-chofc( *
), Virginia Brantley, Darby and Mrs. F. Fender and (amlly. tending to business In Starke last
M''. were entertained by Mr. Darby's Mr. and Mrs. Cohen Peele and Mr. D. J. Phillips and daughter. Saturday. becoming soft, a condition necessitating Mr. when a OOODYEAR-

.;}' Mr. Buck Starling and Virginia sister and husband from Jacksonville Miss Pauline Rosier attended the Mildred, attended the union e immediate consumption. the first choice-<*ifi it.

I L;. Brantley were guests of Miss Millie Sunday.Mr. union meeting of the Black Creek meeting at Heilbronn Springs Sun- ITALIAN RYE PASTURE ture'Underripemeans that less so Imma- mere.1Register
?.1 Judd and Mrs. Marvin Wood and association which was held at Ca- than two-thirds of
:f r Mr. Joe Sunday.and Jerry Brantley were baby from Jacksonville, were visit- leep Church near Jacksonville day.Mr.. and Mrs. J. I. Carstensenwere Jacksonville, Fla.-More than pink the surface or red of the berry I la, of a. Motor Co.

(I;, guests of Misses Boots and Freda ing Mrs. Wood's sister and broth- Friday, Saturday and Sunday. business visitors to Starke 300 acres has been sown to Italian color.
,; Brown Saturday night. : er-in-law Mr, and Mrs. Lowry Mr, and Mrs. J. M. Rosier and Tuesday afternoon.Mr. rye grass in Duval County this I 'Undeveloped' means not have PHONE 103
ing attained
r: Rev and Mrs. R. F. Kirkland 'Carter Sunday afternoon. children were visiting B. E. Rosier and Mrs.''J, R. Kaufman of fall and will be used for winter. development a normal shape and STARKE, FLORIDA

,:. were Thursday afternoon guests of I Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Carter, Mr. and mother Sunday afternoon. Gainesville, were visiting Mrs. J. grazing of cattle reports County ', lack of owing to frost injury -
1. Mrs. J. S. Andrews. and Mrs. L. C. Carter and Owen R. S. Rosier was a visitor to P. Dickinson Tuesday and Tuesday Agent A. S. Lawton.STRAWBERRY pollination insect InJury guaranteed'Ire Vulcanizing
;; or other
Carter made a business trip to Daytona Beach Tuesday. nightMr. causes. 'Button' berries
:} Misses Pearl Prevatt and Virginia are the
:. Brantley were shopping in Starke Thursday morning.Mr. Mr and Mrs. J. S. Sapp and W. H. Hall was a business this condition.most" common type, of _
Starke Saturday afternoon. Darby Gaskins motored to children were visiting Mr. and Mrs.J. visitor in Hampton Saturday.We .
his mother's, Mrs. Jean Gaskins Q. Rosier Sunday afternoon. to that :Mr. PRODUCTION Selling Methods
are glad report I
: SkinsTdde.Jl"ra1tN
h! Mrs. Nettle Starling of Hell-
{ By A. N. Brooks, J. R. Wat- There are now two methods MuddlL
Tuesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Ellery Redding of M. Hall who has been very ill Is
\bronn was visiting Mrs. Pearl Andrews son and Harold Mowry available' to the
: Friday afternoon. Glad to say everybody throughout Baldwin spent Sunday here with ecoverlng. I. his grower In selling

,: Winton Sumner and Robert Lee this section Is proud of the I his mother, Mrs. H. L. Redding. Mrs. Ethel, Crews, Miss Ruby I the auction.fruit (1) the "yard"- and (2)

";'" Kirkland were visiting here Saturday rain that came Monday night and Packing and Picking I The 'Yard"-The fkC
{jt '' afternoon. are very busy In their strawberries. grower brings J
Picking .is done preferably In his fruit to the strawberry "yard"or
'i Mr. Lonnie Harley passed I early morning when the fruit is, "platform" where It is Inspected
';., 'through' this section Saturday. e + Do You Know? + J cool. The stems are pinched off, and bid upon by shippers consisting -

"Mls.es Virginia Brantley and In picking and ought not to be of local men, fruit-brokers, or )
< Millie Judd were visiting Misses GARDEN CITYMiss more than 1-4 inch long, as longer representatives of Northern commission r
Lossle and Rosa Anderson of Hell
\, I stems Interfere with proper pack houses. The highest bid I
bronn Cor.
.W" Sunday afternoon. Starling Ing. Fruits must not be snatched der pays the grower for the fruit
Mr.: Harry Edwards was the from the plant nor should a number as 'soon as It Is delivered to the "
t} guest of Miss Rosa Anderson Sun- Mrs. H. D. Bennett and children of berries be held In the hand proper car or platform for ship I / y

;, ; day. were the guests- of Mrs. Nancy- at one time. After picking it is ment. Dull.. drab complexions.. blemIshes

.} 0 ..-. ..... -A ..... .. .. Starling Wednesday.Mrs. I Important that fruit be carried to The Auction-Various growers''' and those Annoying defects...
Dickerson and Mrs. Griffls tinny ,r ,'c ia'4k:4 j the packing shed before long exposure associations take care of loading Disappear. skin assume i
of Lawtey. were visiting Mrs. Ab- a w ,c. 1 t to the sun. ,Close supervision the cars. Each grower's fruit Is your of
r ATLAS bie Waters Thursday. 1j + of picking, generally pays divi Inspected and a receipt given him smooth, delicate This appearance charm
Mr. Earl Johns of Double Run dends. as it is loaded in the car. In the exquisite Beauty. new

'I called on Lois Starling Thursday. If berries are picked from un- evening the loaded cars are auc- 'Is yours NOW.... start todofOOUMAUD

The Standard Mrs. Dickerson of Lawtey calledon mulched plants it Is commonly tioned off. The price paid the
Oil Mrs. J. B. Starling Friday.Mr. necessary to wash the sand from grower Is the pricebid on the car ORIENTAL I
t 4 Tire L. R. Edwards of Starke, the fruit. When the fruit Is wash in which he loaded his fruit less
GuaranteedOne called on his son, Mr. T. C. Ed- 'dc ed before packing frequent chang charges for loading and selling. REAM I
+ wards Sunday. ing of the wash water will result During the seasons 1929-3O and
YearFrigidaire Mr. Clarence Griffith and Allen In less Rhizopus rot (leak) In transit 193O-31 the grower could disposeof .' aach.l Whe..rl" Shad.f..." .-J

/ Starling called on Mrs. J. S. StarlIng The berries should be allowedto his over-ripe fruit to "cold pack" .s.nt/1O rrmALS'l'
Nt'NS N.NI.r Thursday.Miss drain fairly dry before being plants where the fruit Is cleaned Son.N wVw*
F.T: :Mookln* 6/
Lola Todd was visiting Lois packed so that the cups will not and stemmed, then mixed with a
Starling Sunday. become wet and unsightly by the -
Mr. Earl Johns was the guest of ir time they reach the market Well

Lois Starling Sunday afternoon.Mr. : packed fruit In clean white cups Wake Your Liver I
V. R. Ferguson of this sec- is more attractive and 'commands Up
: .' the three year guar- tion has picked two ripe strawber a better price. i Bile

ries. None other than firm, ripe, fair-
r anted electric refrigerator e sized berries should be packed. All -Without

H'.A'MA1 Imperfect, decayed green, or small
(less than 3-4. Inch through -- ...
BOOTSEY'S BEACH greatest diameter) fruit should. be And Tool Jump Out of Bed IfWe Y.Y...towIac fNobi'.rrw4..a.s b.."...
\ di_.la J-e...,.ii. 1M
... .. thrown out. ,
; Gs.kl. C.r. the Morning Ririn'to"GoIt *.'.
f ta GM Moat .y TOT: .....*. 700
For sale bySmith's Culls may be packed and sold as tal.lt. .bed.........:yw bf..h ft**. *!
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Chism, Mr. such but It probably would be better yea feel toot and sunk and the .... i..ke car III wwT_ 1"d

and Mrs. Bert Chlam and Luther -, for the strawberry industry of world looks punk clOI1".now a lot .......J'W,..............T_.....
Chism of ,< the state If no culls were packed ef Mfta, mineral water, ail. l laxative
St. '
George Ga., spent .<" ; Y ..
't ,_..- > : .f' and only a good grade of fruit candy or chewing and
the week-end < cum expect 11W-.c.uTlB..tr1'Tf.I:
ServiceStation here guests of Mr. ''' !
... 4a' 1i '
and Mrs. R. N. Crawford.Mr. *- "00;, ,,,,- ... &>, _. .._;'. ... on the market in Florida as well them to make yoa suddenly sweet J.InR FILie.sae tk..Iwo 5.4.d MMgoamgfm.l ...

and Mrs. J. Roy Quinn and as In the Northern markets. This and buoyant and fun of sunahine. a......,..w.........
: son Wilbur spent a few days last would no doubt bring about a bet For tkey cut do !R They only TWy tcmMm mumimtnL --- ."..

, week at Pairf Valley, visiting ter price for the fancy fruit and move tie bevels and mere morc- -...................J.*war* **
il> their daughter Mrs. Jerry 8t Peers Church" In Halifax N vav Scotia, was .ra t'. In t7M result in more kindly feeling to- swat daeas'f t*at the cause. The -.JdIac...beelewawelpeilot
" also visited relatives In Drydenand Jack JL with" materials brought' from pollen ,It I. built after tM, deargflef wafd the industry by the Florida] MMtt tat yott* d d-outfeelJDlt ........dnrDwr pakt./.k ew C+rkrO
Starke Fla. the famous North Street Church In Boston and It Is the enly church '
.trade .1. ..
sonville.Mr. of Royal' foundation In Canada. During the explosion In Halifax la both native and tourist. ywar_'tW. It should poor out two tlttto Urw FID.tok fcrUUI ....

L. M Murrbee spent a few, 1S-17_ ,,a place el etol was" Imbedded In one ef.the walls., Previous to the season 1029-30 pouads of liquid bile into your bowels tlnr rills M ...rd I.b... y'....G;
the oblong daily. ....
plat container had _......._

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NOVEMBER 4. 1933

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JOURNAL team to be proud of. The team I

L.kh L. has played six games and baa lost The fourth annual each of the two dar I t
I only two games. j! All-)'lorida Championship -at 3:30: and at 7.JOp. : q r
The fifth grade boys played the Rodeo. to be m.
liven In Arcadia this
fourth A and fifth B twice this Betide. th. rodeo r
Editor-in-Chief BABY TORNADOES PLAY TORNADOES year on Thursday, feature. there will.
PLAY ALACIIUA week. The fifth won both times, .
Friday and Saturday be
a wonderful .
SCORELESS TIE HIGH SCHOOL HERE TODAY the last score being 18-12 In their November! 10, cram of hlppodromel Y,
Managing Editor SOCIETY I favor, but we are playing them: 11 and It, promise acts presented by
Ud ELDREDCB ROBINSON (By Lester Schnell.) (By Lester Schnell) Joyce Mast, Editor again Wednesday and are hoping to be "bigger and ,he famous Adam '
ktl The Starke Baby Tornadoes and The Bradford! High Tornadoes I I to win With a high score. !better than ever." f Brother Company
"M Exchange Editor the Young Hurricanes This I I. not convenient which. play the .
from Law- will take to the gridiron here Fri- Maxine Hicks of Heilbronn larger ,
anal ABBIEHARLKT tey waged a 0-0 Ue In a hard day In a desperate attempt to pull Those attending the Bradford- Springs was visiting/ our room I nborrowed descriptive .lan northern state fairs states In due-the' .(

Literary Editor fought football game here Tuesday,i the season's big hopes out of the Columbia High football game Fri- Monday.The from a clroua potter, Ing the sam m r t -
LUCILLE: EDWARDS October 18. Each team threatened' fire. With over half the season day were: Kitty Hogsed. Martha fourth A played the Who- but le the candid month and U this
Sports Editor desperately at times to score a gone, we find the Tornadoes on the Brownlee. Dot Ritch, Bunnie Ca- Can-Beat game Wednesday Inspelling truth which. describe winter. making headrf t l'T (C
t f touchdown, but every time It came short end of the nova, Vera Claire Robinson Kath- clans.-seeing who could ee the Ituatlon.f"lttiAialiina quarters In Florida. r rp
JOHN INMANSociety to naught. victory column ryn Haynes, Lois Adklns. Mary : ASS. It T.... .........."... ...._ : kA
They have seemed to remain in a maice me most woras nom the letters -- -- -'- "
Sis Editor Both teams ran the other's ends shell all season, not letting loose Pearce, Martha Powell, Lois Long, in vacation. Grace Green was happen, do not keep broncho rles 800 people and a complete }
ponies or -woods steers from equipment for putting
on a hippodrome
JOYCE MAST continuously for good gains. The what they have behind them. i S.Peggy Turnbull, Lillian Sternberg, found to have the moat-thirty, bucking and do not dim the enthusiasm show. and "wild west," Including j i4
ul Class Reporters12th game was crammed with action In Alachua they will meet a I R. Johns, Emmett Gahagan of while Levy' Burnsed came second of the Irrepressible) cowboy many outlaw horses, gaited ?
ion I Ian I II Grade, Jennie Dunn from start to finish, and gave the fighting team from start to finish, Savannah, Ga., Gratten Cooper, with twr.-ty-elght. end cowgirls.. Neither are saddler, Jumping< horses, and specialists yw'
1 11th Grade Bunnie Canova, fans a real thrill. Hutto did his. although one that they tied 6-< John Andrews, Marjorie Stump they able to cause the member of la many meritorious acts.
tL1 Marjorie Stump share of the ball carrying for the last season. We that and W. N. Johns. K Post of the American Legion of Bat the star performer wilt, as I ;,
$, our Coach Larson went to DeLandfor SOPHOMORE NEWS Arcadia. sponsor of the event before., be the rangy steers, cow. ) "
10th Grade' Louise Snyder9th Tornadoes, while Austin led the boys will start the fireworks in .
since it
Hi the Stetson was Inaugurated, even to and calves, gathered from the mil
ceilh Grade, Hazel Lennon Hurricane running attack, behind I true fashion and leave the Ala homecoming.Clyde Those attending the football hesitate In their determination to lions of acres of tlat-woods in this e
Joke Editor pretty good Interference. chua gripers\ in a cloud of smoke. 'ton Morgan visited in Hamp- game In Lake City Friday were give each fall a celebration that la section Florida, who will do their'stunt.
CLYDE MORGAN The game will ret under way at Sunday afternoon. 'I Mlsa Mortha Powell and Leslie unique In its character and the out In the great arena In the riding I t'-'-
Genevieve Kenly had dinner In standing amusement event In the
atme 'MISS ISABEL HIGIITOWER 3:30: on the local i gridiron. The Biggs. and roping acts the wild-cow
Gainesville Sunday.. state milking contest the steer balk 1 II
ea [ BRADFORD man LOSESTO DIES AT HER HOME, MONDAY admission remains: School children Miss Ruth Rowe spent the week Miss Frances Hemingway was The chief feature of the event dogging: and kindred events. j
Its COLUMBIA HIGH, 32-0 20c, adults and outsiders 35c. end in Macclenny. visiting in Waldo Tuesday will. of course, b* the rodeo, which. The morning will be featured !
A news story written by Louise Miss Lucille Edwards spent Saturday The tenth B had charge of the mean a string of event that pack by. parade, with special attention 7'n
(By Lester Schnell.) Jackson, an English in pupil: ELEMENTARY HEALTH AND in Jacksonville.Mr. program in assembly Friday. The a mighty thrill not only 1 for those to an observance of Armistice Day { I yh

+'ah The Bradford High Tornadoes Greenville, Va., Mar. 6.-Friends TEMPERANCE PROGRAM S. R. Johns spent Sunday following program was carried who are unfamiliar with them but. day.with. Nov.appropriate 11. Following exercises. the on night Fri
) also for those who them
I withered under the running attack of Miss Charlotte Isabel Hightower night at the state farm. out: see every performance at the arena there will ; ,
I of the powerful Lake City Tigers will regret to hear of her death Song America, by assembly. Lois Adkins went to Jacksonville Piano solo, by Erna Harrison.A year, for the sight of a boy or girl be dances, and K Post has planned tt?
I tat were burled by a score of 32-0, due to heart trouble, at her home, Talk by Mr. Gray. Saturday. dialogue, "Who Was That maintaining a difficult place on the ,that the thousands of visitor. who I
I at Lake City Friday. The game' HIghtowera Hall, early Mondaymorning. Joint recitation "A Health Alphabet Martha Brownlee motored to Man," by Melvin Crosby and Car- upper deck of a wild pony or steer come here every year shall find
She ra Belle Norman.A j f ha* a fascination that never fade nothing lacking to keep them entertained + M
was eighty-seven i Gainesville
I was slow and unimpressive. Each I by twenty-six pupils from Sunday night. Two ill
performance will .
I team completed one pass, but years old. Funeral services willie Mine Hlnson's and Miss Ray's S. R. Johns went to Jacksonville piano duet, "The Toy Box by II.eDI during their stay.

I neither relied on an aerial attack held Tuesday at three p. m. in I rooms. I Tuesday. Edan and Elna Harrison.A { '
I for advancing the ball down the Greenmount Cemetery.Miss Health and Temperance'! Memory Miss Margaret Williams entertained play entitled "Hiring a School And when the tunnel gates unbar, TRAIN SCHEDULE
I Geld The Tiger's lone pass, however Hightower was born April I Gem, by several pupils from Miss I II with a Hallowe'en party Ma'm," by a group of boys.A Shall I not see thee waiting stand, Our schedule w l
[ was converted Into a touch- 3, 1845, at HIghtowera Halt She I(I Underbill's room. Friday night. The following members song "Drink to Me, Only With And, white against the evening May 22nd and trains changes will) Sunday. ''
j down. The Tigers had the best was the daughter of the late Col. Health Game, by a number of of the high school group enoyed Thine Eyes," by Annie Laura star, follows: run as h

I luck in running the ends, and continued -/ and Mrs. Alexander Hightower, children from Miss Madge Middle- this delightful affair: Misses Tucker, Kitty Hoped Lois Long, The welcome of thy beckoning No. 1 Southbound local duet : :
I this means of attack and a great grand-daughter of ton's room. lope Haynes, Lois Long, Lula and Marjorie Stump. hand Starke 10:09: m. 1!
Brockden Wleht. crime minister of Those attending the football (Whittier's "Snow Bound") p.
Hirnuffhout the 2'ame.' : Sing a Song Sixpence, Bar- Redgrave. Peggy Turnbull, Lois No. 11, Southbound local due "
TheTornadoe"; employed a pile- of England in 1768. She Is sur- bara Snow of Mrs. Rltch's second Adkins, Kitty Hogsed, Bunnie Ca- game Friday were Herbert Pack- Mrs. Bynum Perkins. Starke 9:20: a. m. ,

driving attack, and twice they vived by a nephew, Gordon Bryce. grade. nova, Martha Brownlee, Lillian' ham Percy Sullivan, Randolph No. 107 Southbound limited due
threatened to score by a touch- Miss Hightower leaves her hometo "An Old Woman Who Lived In a Sternberg,' Thelma Priest, Martha Crosby, Purvis Hazen, Merrill Edwards TUB!! LAST CHANCE Starke 10:27: a. m. I: .

down while using this means of offense the Historical Society. HIgh Shoe," by ten pupils from Mrs. Powell and Genevieve Kenley; Tommy Cason, Keeffe Har- No. 2 Northbound local, due)
Once the Tornadoes had the towera Hall was built in 1760, and Hitch's room.Reading lessrs. Eldredge'Robinson, A. E. rell and William Tlson. Some want "Howey", of Howoy In Starke 6:19: a. m. +

bin on the 4-yard line(but, slg- l is of the best of colonial architec- "A Mystery," Elizabeth Wall, S. R. Johns, Jimmy Moore, S i the Hills, No. 12. Northbound local due p .
niflclant of the nick-name they ture. She also left many relics to Wells of Mrs. Hart's room. Milton Brownlee,'Dl1ly Parker and SECOND A AND TWO n But lets elect "Sholts" and cure Starke 3:31: p. m. w h ; ,i.

possess, they blew their chancewith the Historical Society, Includingart Reading "Motors," Eloise Hayes Emmett Gahagan. our chills No. 108 Northbound limited due
the same force as their name works of Charles Wilson Peale, of Mrs. Hart's room I Misses Bunnie Canova Vera Not a single boy or girl was ab "Howey," Is a worker, does his Starke 6:01: p. m. ;
Implies. colonial glassware, and furniture Reading, "A Threat from Little Claire Robinson and Martha Powell sent from 2 A or 2 B grades last very best, Starke and Wannee 101 leave +
On the other hand, they were up dating back to the 17th century. I' Tommy," by Ralph Rhodes of Miss entertained with a kid party Wednesday. The 3 B grade made' But we should stick to "Sholtz"In Starke 7:00: arm -

against a much stronger team than Miss Hightower spent most of Perkins' fifth grade. Saturday night. Billy Parker 100 per cent In attendance for four I prefrence to the rest. No. 102 arrives 2:40: p. m. i
themselves, without a doubt; one' her life in Virginia. Her A recitation by Charles Priestof and Lois Adklns won the prizesfor days of the week with only one ,
that has defied the strongest teams''II' Captain Richard Van Wye fiance'l I r Mrs. Boree's elxth grade. the best costumes. On enter- I member absent on the other day. "Howey" wants the Job, says, he Closing' of Malls r'
I In this section of the state. In fact, ed in the Civil War. Two Health Songs by six sixth ing the kids were all given lolly- The 3 B grade has been reading will do it tree I II !South! : s t'
we cannot consider the Tornados' Wye discovered a secret grade girls of Mrs. Boree's room. pops which kept them occupied for about the boys and girls In other That may sound good to you but No. 11, Parcel post Monday :: l
reputation lowered any by this defeat -I at HIghtowera Hall during a visit. I I Brush Your Teeth Each Day, by most of the evening. Hide and go lands and Friday had a very interesting I not so good to me. Wednesday and Friday, 9:05: a. m., 41,
They proved their abilityto The only painting of Marchino Af-1 I Grace Green from Miss Strick seek, New York and Boston, Farmer lesson about Jan the Dutch Why Is he so anxious this "Howey" No. 107 Letters, special delivery R r
nick a mighty strong line. Their free existing today was found in land's fourth grl\ *e. In the well, and Go-In-and-out boy. Gloria Johns, of the sixth I In the Hills, and special handling parcels, 10:1:
defense was passable against such this stairway and is now in "Little Boy Blue," Levy Burnaed the window, were some of the grade, brought some wooden shoes, Give me that "Sholtz fever and a. m. 1' 4
t strong' team, but their punting sion of Greenville Art pos8es-1 I from Miss Strickland's fourth games played. After this delicious some dolls and pictures of little forget Howey pills. North .'?

was poor. | During the World War, grade. sandwiches, punch and doughnutswere Dutch boys and girls, and told us No. 12, Parcel post and letters, lI 1
Strickland continued his drives Hightower was very active in Red I I I I Recitation, "Health Crusade" by served. Those enjoying the about them and her trip to Hol Progress Is In sight, for each and Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday

over the tackles, with Robinson Cross work, and in forming socle- I J I six boys and girls from Mrs. Dem hostesses' hospitality were: Misses land. We enjoyed this very much.I every man, 3:15: p. m. '. ; : ;
plunging the line in fine fashion. ties to aid the soldiers. In 1917 orest's third grade. Dot Rltch Hope Haynes, Lula Red- This week we are visiting South(If you will only do your part, and No. 108, Letters, special delivery
Inman was shifted from, the back- she became a nurse in France. After Storjf, "Why Betty Brushed her grave, Kathryn Haynes Lois Long, America and learning how our 1: lend a helping hand. and special handling parcels &0:49: l. t
field to an end. He stopped prac- the war she returned to High- Teeth," by Dorothy Green of Mrs. Lois Adklns Marjorie Stump, Peggy raincoats grow on trees. I And you know "cooperation" l is p. m. i
that his towera. Wainwrlght's third grade. Turnbull Martha the keynote of
tically every play came Brownlee. success Night malls close at 6:10: p. m.: y4 ;
I way. The playing the Tornadoesdid The estate was valued at $965- Reading, "How Strong Are Genevieve Kenly, Margaret Williams IN MEMORIAMIn So let's vote Democratic or we'll ,No. I, due at 19:59 p. m.1; No. 2., t ;
as a whole, would have smoth- 000. The house goes to the his- You?" Jacqueline Andrews of and Lillian Sternberg; have things in a mess. 'due at 6:19: a. m. {
ered any team on the schedule save torical society; and $500,000: has Mrs. W.'s third grade. Messrs. S. R. Johns, Herbert Step- memory of my beloved hus- Starke Bell Branch .

those highly touted Tigers from been willed to the nephew, Gordon Piano Solo, Mary Harriet Bis- hens, A. E. Wall, Eldredge Robin- band, Bynum Perkins, who departed We should fill the office with a Mall closes, 7:00: a, m. ; 4 ; ,l,ri' 7
Lake City. Brice, a senior at the Medical hop of Miss Jacob's 6th grade son, Robert Chapman, Billy Par- this life Nov. 3, 1929. man with a past, Mall arrives, 2:40: p. m. I "
I College of Virginia. room. ber Harry Tison Emmett Ga- "And yet dear heart! remembering And not with a farmer, successful Dlue DIM Schedule
TYPEWRITING NEWS eLITERARY A Song by twelve pupils from hagan, Jimmy Moore, Jimmy Ed- thee raising grass. a..
NEWSS. Miss Jacob's room. wards, John Andrews and Richard Am I not richer than of old 1 Howey Is a farmer, does quit well Dally, effective Jan. I, 1932. .j411. ,
Those who made the best records A' play entitled "The Pledge", Long. Safe In thy Immortality, at that, Northbound 5:03: a. m., 1:59: p.,
In typewriting for the third week, R.: "But you see, father, by nine pupils from Miss Hazel e What change can reach the wealthI But Imagine him as governor un- m.. 4:69: p. m., 8:19: p. m. aJ $
ot the second month of school are: clothes don't make the man." Mlddleton's home room. SIXTH GRADE NEWS hold der a stove pipe hat I Southbound-9:34: a. m., 12:34: p. tt
Able Harley, Kathryn Haynes, Mr. Johns: "No, If they did I'd What chance can mar the pearl m., 4:34: p. m., 12BO: a. m. .

Ivan Hazen, Lester Schnell, George buy a clothing store for you." NINTH GRADE NEWS The sixth grade girls basketball and gold Concentrate"your mind, before you Tickets and Information atSmith's i
Orwood and Lois Long. team won another victory last Thy love has left in trust for me T cast your vote; Service Station, next to-
,Those who made the best records Miss Florence: "How many of The ninth grade was well represented Thursday when they defeated the And while in life's late afternoon We have a Democratic House and courthouse. l ; .
the fourth week are named In the you students can remember the at the game In Lake City eighth grade 18-- The game wasa When cool and long the ahadow's need David Sholts. w 1 '

order of their classes: Abbie Har- longest sentence you ever read Among those present were: Paul splendid showing of basketball grow, And I say, if by your vote you
ley, Dolly Dinkins, Thelma Priest, John: "I can." Raymond, William Johns, Bill Ed- playing. Dot Bishop won honors I walk to meet the night that soon cross the party up, JOHN RUSK1K tt'r'
Lester Schnell hnd Lois Long., Miss Florence: "Is there only I wards, Lillian Sternberg and Peg- for the sixth grade.. Assisting her Shall shape and shadow overflow, Times will be no better for the CIGAR BANDS I r
Hereafter the best records will one? John, you may tell the rest gy TurnbulL were Lillian Moseley, Pansy Cone, I cannot feel that thou are far, farmer or his truck. ..
be taken from the month as a of the class the sentence of which Doris Strickland Doshia Smith,, Since) near at need the angels are; J. H. Fields. L
whole Instead of the weekly records. you speak. I Plant City-Carload citrus fruit Era Edwards and 'Jeanne Bouvier. : Ask your

John: "Imprisonment for life." shipped from here recently. The ninth grade wants to play for dealer
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SCHOOL DAYS announcements and come see' the HEALTH in the HOME .n Catalog. Morei f fy
game. Havana
By DWIG' a tobacco
N. T. Rltch was absent from
'Practical Studies for 'Wires)
school two days last week because 'I is now J I 1

of illness. We are glad he Is well and ffKtothenBy used In JOHN'RUSKlNmakIngj '
and back with us again.
The sixth grade had a'' Hallow- Dr.ERNEST H. LINES

e'en party at Dot Bishop's house ....... "-"'-*.' ....Cased M.'db.l Da..w it the
c greatest?
r ,
M COT* Lit In C..e
Saturday night In the form a weln- .es t 1 r
_- cwA ilr roast. We played games, told cigar value at 5cJ

stories, and then marched through CIVIC HEALTH REGULATIONSAN .i Smoke the size> h ,
We organlged our class last Important factor which vitally affects the family and therefore deserves you prefer e 4 4
Thursday. The following officers earnest consideration of wives and mother .is civic health regulation.
Most titles and have health- rfj or
= were elected: President Lloyd Edwards states public departments only too anxious to ,
: J ( tWWIG ; vice-president. Henry Me- apply the benefits. of modern medicine to the general welfare. Dow much 'i Panetela. t tr
support do they get from the women
Elvey; secretary, Melba Prevatt; of the eommunitjf They need all Many. yet do not understand the 1
Clara Flume class of ha vine their
treasurer. ; reporter economy physician
they can get' for too often their
Allle Mae Slade. make periodical physical eiamina-
l efforts are handicapped and thwartedby
a 3E .
Two of our pupils have moved I selfish commercial interest bona of all members of their family,
5', ,
away. Ernest Phillips. to especially the children. Nobody j
L'1I City; J. G. Holton to Lake I Fur food law, pure milk water doubts the wisdom of seeing the. MORE HAVANA'S f4rhanwwst
Mrs. Boree has appointed our free from pollution, quarantine of infectious family dentist regularly. If it is admitted -
room mother. She Is Mrs. F. F. disease: these and many I and ,It is, that the teeth
Flume. other problems often involve up-bill should be examined at regular intervals e I
fights by. your health- officer and he ,how much more is it necessary I I N
made for ,
Monday we up poems r
I ThIs'waa needs your support to carry out to lIMe the whole body examined .119
class. first
English our
these measures, which are for the secularly to find out if any decay has
i attempt, so don't criticize too se benefit of you and your families. I already started in any part of it.It .

s iti verely. I Is much cheaper to pay. to be JohnRaskin jjJl jjJlJacksonville
Little Austin
Or apia, think of the many adults .
opt well than to pay the cost ofbeing
Little Austin are so small and children bread-winners and their

i I hey are only about three feet talL dependents, who ai.. injured or I killed lien Is I made one well place after where you are business sick. E '

I They go so fast over the ground by automobiles yearly.! Many of methods in the home will
I Just stand and listen how they these accidents are preventable and reap
dividends in actual cash. as well a* ia
sound. could be "prevented if earalea* pedestrians'
better health sod
a happier
iw By Clara Plume and reckless driver were CIGARS SATISFY
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I Poppies tuopeiiy educated and Instructed.
Another field for _'s BCtiYi&iesJ* QUESTIONS IOc SMOKERS
2 Poppies AY that, they are,so gay, :
And that they are, so happy In All wives and mother shouldbe
Pmooioat. Es.rawarmwa
their way able to answer thee*questions: Bids opened for
Lastly., wives and mothers should t. What are some of the important
:- They sing a sweet little song, construction of super-structure1 of
ia Through' all th. day long.' sot force that their own health is .... peculations passed to city's new federal courthouse and, j ,
4C' "'J By Mae Prevatt swat Important not only to them protect the health of the family? post office. />
elves, but also to their families. :X. Can wives and mother* help : l

Prof. Gray has a Florida Times The care of a sick: husband or of a prevent automobile. aoeidtnur St. Augustine) Bid called for-
< .eP Union In the delicate ehQd easj cause them more %. Why should you see your, construction
on file office San Sebastian
... y everyday brtdg -
ear sod sorrow than anything ..... physfeiaa regularly,even though on State Road No. 4.
I e'yp2 Prevent these Ohtesses where, possible you are la good health?
Mrs. Long' "Do you know any ofIhapespeare's sad conserve your own health and
I" well __,....iL.... Saint Andrew Dredging operations
", quotations? happiness as a* theirs-not tosneotioo *
J t / 1tLC. goroctsRERMA-AO + Joe: "No, I never knew he was the saving on the) family TU ,. <*. farf tf e serial o/ 12 under way- on canal that
d a stock broker." pone. erf44se a B-.ta..W B-. run* from St. Andrews Bay ta>>, '
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Powell L. A. Davis, O. L. Beas villa, is spending a few days herewith Chlefland spent Sunday here with Apopka -- Mrs. Harriet----

ley, M. E.: Edwards, E. L. Biggs, Mr. E. E. Oreen.BROOKER. friends.H. of Sanford opened I beauty parlor
W. L. Wall, Effla Miner, W. E. To SANDY LANE o P. Gainey and J. R. Mott were in Witherington bUilding,, :
I "
ocictyjJ transacting business in Starke .
G. W. Misses
rode Roberts Madge Loren Green, Cor. ""Kevins
Middleton and Amelia Ray. Saturday. .Fruit Company '
The chapter accepted an Invita- shipment of fruit recently etas'
Mr. and 'Mra. Ancel Norman, DeLand-Plans under way for Tribune.
tion to hold their December meetIng HIM V.r. hairy. Cor. ,
In Lawtey with Mrs. Effie Audrey Norman and Mr. Enoch construction of garbage. disposal

METHODIST: CIRCLESOF WOMAN'S CLUB MEETINGTO Miner and Mrs. George Roberts. Keene all of Sandy Lane made a Hallowe'en Carnival plant beer.WHAT. Eustis Vaughn-Grltfin
BE HELD WEDNESDAYThe business trip Jacksonville Saturday Ing Pluv.
W, M. 8. TO MEET Company shipped three
buying"up'' 'his furntlure to A merry crowd gathered at the EDITORSARE Citrus fruit recently Mr..
The circles of the Methodist W. regular meeting of the KIDDIE PARTY IS GIVEN start house keeping'on.' Brooker school house on the night

3kL S. will meet Monday afternoonat Woman's Club will be held next SATURDAY EVENING Miss Haul John spent the of Thursday Oct. 27th to take SAYING .Jacksonville,-. Beach View
8:30 o'clock. The Circle led"byMr Wednesday afternoon at 8 o'clock. week-end with Miss Mildred Sanders part In the Hallowe'en carinval poratlon. real estate Cor.
Miss BunnIe Canova Miss :Martha sponsored by the local P. T. A. Ad- firm granted
: .. J. H. Rltch will meet at the Hostesses for the afternoon are charter.
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Andrews .!Mrs. E. M. Davis, Miss Pearl Jor- Powell and Miss Vera. Claire Misses Mildred, and GenevleveSanders' mission was free, but a small sum |N' REVIEWING Roosevelt' ,
? with Mrs. Andrews and dan, Mrs. H. H. Young, Mrs. A. Z.Adklna Robinson entertained a number of ;; 'MUs*Basel Johns and was charged for entering the various power speech delivered at Port.. Wllllston-A. & P.-

Mrs. L. D. Green as hostesses. The I Mrs..J. E. WllaClIo8.D4JKre.I'' their friends Saturday evening Juanita Williams visited, :Miss Mae booths, fishpond, ghost room, land the Colntabus. Ohio. But leased store bUilding Company
Circle led by Mrs. E. M. Johns will W. I* Wall. i with a kid party at the -home of Thomas Friday night. freak room, fortune-telling etc., Journal (Republican paper). said P. N. Kine's store next! to Din
be entertained by Mrs. A. Z. Ad- As this Is the last month of the'' Miss Canova. Mr. and Mrs: Lacy Rlgdon were and a witch assisted by a magnifIclently "No other man has advanced a
Jkins. Washington BI-Centennial an Interesting The guests went dressed ail kiddIes visiting Mr. and.)trsfr..E.', Green l attired devil served delicious better way of aroldng the evils of Stuart -
Colonial program has and upon their arrival were Saturday.afternoon.Mrs. witch's brew throughout the' monopolist) encroachment and of I Contract awarded for
been arranged by the American greeted by ghosts at the door of : Ida Sweat was the guest of evening. Miss Willena MCGauley'I setting to rights a reversed state of St.construction Lucie of new bridge acl'Oll
HALLOWE'EN PARTY Home Department with Mrs. L. D. the home which was In darkness.? her sister,',Mrs. E, E. Green Friday and Mr. L. L. Morgan won first and I affairs in which the people bar. become I River.
GIVEN BY SIXTH GRADE Green chairman assisted by Mrs. The lower floor of the ,home was afternoon. second prizes in the cake guessing the'servant. of the utilities

s.1 R J. Davis, music chairman open ensulte and decorated In Mra. W, R. Kersey was the guest contest. Prizes were also awarded I Instead of th. utilities serving the Miami Beach Roney pig
The sixth grade of the B. H. Dr. Geo. H. Lowry will be keeping with the .Hallowe'en sea of Mr:'E,'EGreen!: Monday after- to Miss Zell Waitte for the prettiest people Hotel to open for business December .
a Hallowe'en party Garlands of In 10.
gave satur-I speaker for the afternoon the sub son. crepe-"paper noon.;, costume, Mr. Elmer Stokes
day evening at the home ject of which will be "Washington's ,red and black shaded the lights Mr.,and ,Mra.. E. K-. .Yarbrough for the funniest, and Miss Martha 'I "Roosevelt is a real candidate. -
and Mrs. H. A. Bishop. gay Influence Today." while, cats witchs, pumpkins and spent last week In- Jacksonvillewith Groover for the spookiest. The There Is no Indecision, no straddling
affair was attended by thirty-six I I Anyone having anything in arts other symbols added to the setting.I frlenda and relatives. success for this carnival Is due of Issues no quackery about I f l children, many of them In costume.N. and craft work of historical interest The time passed ,merrily ,la play- Mlsd Annie Sweat andydaughter, to the efforts of the followings' ladles this candidate for president, lie

T. Rltch made a typical China- are, 'requested to have, It exhibited Ing games contests and dancing. Genevieve, were*visiting Mrs. Em-. : Mrs. M. P. Matheny Mrs., admits frankly that be has no I THC riuj VALUE or .,
man and Gloria Johns was I at this meeting. :A committee Prizes were given Miss Lois Ad- ma.WoodI* Monday night T. W. Markey Mrs. G. E. McGaul- maglo cure for the depression. lie TIME.
: in the national costume of an I will caT for them. The kins and Billy Parker for the fun- !Mr(-anti 'Mr.,"W. R.* Kersey and' ey, Miss Martha Groover Miss Iris does not try, to capitalize human NCV\1I OCRATINApem,

Italian girl 'ladles In charge are: Mrs. L. A. niest costumes. Lollypops were !family were visiting'Mr,: and Mrs.E. Brown, and members of the fac misery. But he proves that he has a dC
After out-door games, a weiner Davis, Mrs. L. D. Green Mrs. G. given as favors to the guests and E,' Green Sunday afternoon./ I I Keen and constructive mind and a
roast was prepared by the young H. Lowry', Mrs. O. L. Beaaley, at a late hour sandwiches,,doughnuts Mr. Herman,:JVoodle will leave ulty.Mr, and Mrs. R. M. Gainey and tremendous store of knowledge
hostess, Miss Mary Harriet Miss Pearl Jordan and Mrs. L. H. and punch was served caf- one 'day this. Week; for, Ozano, I daughter, Eloise, 'Mrs. H. Gainey, about his country and its problems.
hop, and the teacher of the Hill of Lawtey. ateria style. I where be will upend the winter. |I[H. P. Gainey and Lorle Mott were I "HI courage, the courage that
grade, Miss Rosalind. Jacobs. I I Invited to this delightful' 'party Mr. and Mrs,. Ozzle Rhoden and!I, attending to business in Jacksonville enables him to win a desperate
I MRS. HERBERT THOMAS were: Misses Peggy Turnbull Dorothy I I Altte Rhoden and Nellie Green all Monday. personal flght i"\alnat lllnesi while
HALLOWE'EN PARTY .AT ENTETAINS FOR Rltch Lillian Sternberg Lois of Jacksonville, are spending a few I I I Among those attending the 4-H fighting .be evils' of big money con Time and opportunity wait for
CLUB HOUSE SUCCESS YOUNG DAUGHTERS Adkins Martha Brownies, Margaret days with Mr. and Mrs. Rnfus Club exhibits in Starke Saturdaywere trol and crookedness In politics one' To procrastinate In nIt )'
Williams Sarah and is hl tor,. It has been many a JequGIII Sl'CunnC
.e.. .. Hope Green. : :Misses Ozena Green Car. fire Insurance protection
The Hallowe'en party at the Included -the festivities'- .of Adkins. Martha Brownlee :Marjorie I Mr. Russell Carter Miss Pauline netla Barry Beatrice Castle, Doris year since voters have had the for your property Is to remain et.
club house Monday evening was a among Stump, Genevieve Kenly Lois Green, Melvin Carter Nellie Green, Hough, Marzie Howard Ruby and opportunity to elect such an American posed to financial loss-after a fire
the week-end the Hallowe'en
past was "
marked success In every particu Long, Lula Redgrave Kitty Hog- Marcus Carter and Mildred San Leitha Kelly. Mrs S. M. Mott and I as their president. -Port Is too late to insure.

jar the club house being crowded bert Thomas party for given her by Mrs Her sed, Billy Parker,' Eldredge Rob- der attended church at Saxton daughter Estelle Mrs. M. P. Ma- land Ore... Newt (Ind.) Let us help you now to strengthen

with merrymakers.A ters,. 10, Iris and Mava young Lee daugh-,on inson, A. E. Wall, Jr.,S. R. Johns, Sunday.night. theny and son, Ortho, and Mr. your protection with sound tract;
real fortune teller and a fishpond Jr. Emmett Gahagan John An- Mrs. Emma Woodle was the Cliff Kelly. "Roosevelt has shown that he 1s fire Insurance.HAROLD.
,i were most popular among Monday Hallowe'en motif Savannah Ga., John Arthur Andrews guest of Misa Annie0 Sweat Sun Misses' Lubedia Plnholster and familiar with the American farm 1PLEEZING
? the amusements and the awardingof In.The the, decorations, favors prevailed and Herbert Stevens Harry'Tl- day afternoon. Beulah Lewis spent Sunday with situation and ha seem to have the C. WALL
prizes for the best costumes dainty refreshments served at the son, Jimmie Moore, ,Jim Moore Edwards MJsa/ Josephine Green spent Monday Misses Theo and Ruby Kelly. right angle 01. the means necessary
created much Interest. The following close of the afternoon. Games In Richard Long Robert with; :Miss'Cni,Green.M .... Messrs. Gerald and Malcolmn to -bring about relief-WilmlogtonDeL -
young people were given keeping with the.day was enjoyedby Chapman, Fro Strickland, Bill Edt r:.::OatU*:'; "'_of":Jackaon- Horn and Miss,tRutb. Adams of Every Evening. (I.) STAHKE FLORIDA
prizes: Ruth Wyman Charles Pen- wards and Edwin Torode. ,-..",.- f,_c'o, i 1, t ,\ !
the youngsters, and prizes were
} der spinster; Carol White an old .
given Marjorie Sue Middleton, Bet-
4 old woman; Maurice Edwards, Jr., GEORGE '
ty Kruse and lo Thomas In. the.
Othma Haynes Jr., colored
pirate; pumpkin game. ., HAS BIRTHDAY PARTY
bride; Margaret Williams comic; Mrs. Thomas was assisted'by vi -
and Billy Taylor, black boy.
On Wednesday afternoon from
Miss Madge Middleton and, Mrs,
There was also music and a C. ,M. Fowler in entertaining the 3:30 to S o'clock George Flynn

pleasing program of readings. young people. The guests were: Jr., entertained a number of his

Fay and Alice Yarbrough, Sonny small friends with a party, the
MRS. II. C.'WALLENTERTUNS Haynes, J. A., Martinez, Keith occasion being his seventh birth

CLUB Pitts,. Hazel Fields Doris, Betty day.
and Helen Kruse, Betty Lewis It was a lovely day and a happyone
A delightful affair of Thursday Shank. Granville Kirk Lewis, Jr., for the young host, and a mer STORES
afternoon was a bridge party Virginia and John Anderson,,,Sarah ry time was had in playing out-'' i_ FOOD
given by Mrs. H. C; Wall to members and Juantta Barefoot Pansy Cone, door games. The color scheme

of her bridge club and friendsat Comer Perryman, Babe Hayes, typical of Hallowe'en season pre.
her home on Cherry street., Marguerite Fowler, Marjorie Sue dominated in the decorations,
The lower floor of the home Mlddleton' Betty Joe and Sarah candles and ice course served at SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NOVEMBER 4th & 5th
f was open enaulte and prettily deco Sewell. the close of the afternoon.: The ,

rated with roses zinnias and woods =: t, favors were lollypops and whistles. :J .... .... .-.... .- -
flowers: Three tables for play JACQUELINE ANDREWSCELEBRATES Assisting Mrs. Flynn In servingwere ..
.were arranged?ln:the!, living room i 'BIRTHDAY Mrs. Herbert Rltch. Mrs. W. FLOUR Plee-ZingMiOc
and after several progressionsscores \ --.:..' M. Wamwright Mrs. Paul Ca- _

were totaled, and .prices: I Little..Miss Jacqueline Andrews nova and Miss Bunnle Canova. PLEE-ZING6 lbs., 19c; 12 Iba., 34c; 24 IBs., 64c
&awarded Mrs; W,-,4M'Walnwrightfort celebrated her eighth birthday The guests were: Nina Bishop, Tall'C ans ------- -- 5 c
/ !making hlgb'and Mr. Nat Friday from 6:30: to 9:00: '6'clockby Sarah Barefoot, Ida Lulu Davis, (Plain of Self-Rising: )
Turnbull,' for scoring second. ,Mar J 0 rle Davis, Gloria Buford,
givinga weiner roast and InvIting 21c121bs.
PJLLSBURY.A 6 lb 39c 24 lbs. 69c
: s., ; ; ,
The Mrs. Fay Yorbrough Freddie Wimberly
players present: were: a number of her: little -
W bull/Mrs. A.,Z. AUklns, Mrs. J. E. py occasion. llter..Patsy Ruth Walnwrlght, Betty COFFEE !

Wilson Mrs. Edward Burns, Mrs. The Hallowe'en motif was. carried Joe Sewell. Patsy Keen, Merry 10 lbs. _--_--. _- -_ 15c
0: L. Haynes Mrs. Lenthall Wy Beth Knight Margaret Montteth. .
iut In the decoration., and In
man, Mrs. J. W Andrews Mrs. N. the favors which were given the Betty Lewis Shank, Elise Green PLEE-ZING VAC. CAN, 1 Ib __________--__ 33c
!; Steinberg,.Mrs. O. L Beasley Mrs.Juniua Margaret Strlngfellow June Hall Fancy Blue Rose
young guests who cam,'masked l SPECIAL BLEND, 1 _,=__ 21cFRESH
Smith and Mrs. E. M. Joan Dobrow, Francis Alderman
Baskets filled with
Johns. goldenrod and purple spike marigolds,were, Virginia Anderson Jacqueline- Andrews ; GROUND, l ] -. 16c' RICE, S Ibs. _______._ 15c
!*.LA -*
Thelma .
-- -- ---- ------- L'EttaCorpenlne.
"' : placed to advantage throughoutthe
wt B.T. P..U. PARTY home. Games were played out' Martha Powell. Barbara Snow, of '
': I and State Farm; Buddy Andrews C. Dime Brand Milk .12 lOlbs. 45c
doors weiner pickles, and -, : Sugar -
a tdjaseq. Thelma and PaulinePiAest rolls were served about a large bon B. Hayes+, Richard Beal. George .. ,
entertained members of the lIre. .* ..=: ,:=:: Powell, Othma Haynes Comer '

? we'en Junior party B. Y P.Friday U. with evening a'Hallo-at I Ing Assisting after the Mrs pleasure: Andrews of the In guests look-' Jr.Hayes Perryman Lile Leonard, J. A.Smith Martine., Olin,,White Enoa, | EagleBrandlilk20c' ;>>r Gorton Fish Roe, 14 oz. can 15c

Anderson, Bobby Biggs
their home. were Mrs. George Roberts, Law
Games.were. played out In the tey, and Mrs. W. A. Stern. Junior Harley Ralph Rhodes Plee-Zing Baking Powder 1 lb. can 23c
Jackie Joe Cake ,
those Son. Murden Paul Canova Just Received Nice Fresh Stock Fruit
open around a large bonfire, the Among present were;; : -
analn feature of the Haynes Betty and Margaret, Billy Turnbull. Billy Walnwrlght.
evenings en- ny Material For Your Convenience-Nuts
joyment being a treasure hunt Strlngfellow J. A. Martinez,'Car, Billy Blakely, Joe Montieth,,Freeman SUCCOTASH, 15c size ________ __ lOc
i And the treasure found were lollypops olyn and Betty, Green Louise 1 Register Mack,Futch Edgar J Fruit. Peels, Figs, Dates, Currants, Etc.

: dressed as witches. Stern, Marjorie Davis Betty Me- Jr.Wilkerson.and Granville. Kirk Lewis Preserved Guavas, No.' 21-2 can' ___._ 15c
.\ weiner roast was enjoyed by Rae George Flynn Jn.:*"L'Etta. Billy PoweU.OVf LARD 15c
Guava Jelly Pappy 8 jar
the.following who were present: Corpenlng Garland Godwin Fred- 45 IL T.ch $3.05 oz.. __--
Ruby Silcox Florence Mersereau, die Wlmberly, Junior Harley Bob -----------a--- Cranberry Sauce, 7 oz. can _______ __ 9c

' :Harold Johnson, Bert Spencer, by Biggs, Martha i Klckllter, Selma :% r... 8 Ib. Buckets, each __________ ____ 67c

Jenelle Hutchings. Eloise Bullock, Thornton Billy Turnbull Richard ERVF 4 Ib. Cartons each .. 28c Pimentoes 15c size .:.._ ..... 9c
., _
'Sarah Pearl Bullock, Ellen :Mer Beal, Gloria Buford. Sarah and -v---------- -- ------

..ereau- Seeber Goodman, KatherIne Juanita Barefoot, Enos Hayes, ,3 Ib. Cartons,each ?__+.._.-,,-..,---- 20c Sardines with Tomato Sauce _______ lOclOc
'Stafford Doris Crews, Sarah Joyce, Eloise and C. B. Hayes,
/and Juanita Barefoot, Hazel Thom. Comer Ferryman, Patsy Roberts t 2 Ib.:,Cartons, each -':"" ,-r.-....__...r__.*_... 15c Prepared Mustard, 15c size i.... L.-----

as,* Lillian Thomas, Elaine Edwards -, Mary and Jean Edwards and Jewel. .

Elbert Edwards Ruth' Reddish, of Lawtey. t.t l Ibs.. -_ 15c! Pure:Creamery Butter Ib 24c
t\ -
Mary and George Powell, Lora Miller .
Frazee, Mary Lee Stafford,II MRS. ANDREWS AND MRS ,Onion ... _.,.___ lOc -
Gladys Johnson Fannie Silcox HAYNES ENTERTAIN .. .
y :Jorls mono Silcox and Dr. O. P. Ray U. D. O. CHAPTER Octagon Powder 4 pkgs 9c' Picnic Hams, Shanks, Ib. .' lOc

The W. T. Weeks Chapter, U. D. Octagon'Soap, 4 bars 9c PICNIC HAMS, Shankless, Ib._____-_-____._- __ llc
C., was entertained Wednesday afternoon
J .. Mrs. O.by L.Mrs.Haynes J. W.at Andrews the homeof and Plee-Zing Matches, 5c pkgs, 3 for _'_ lOc' Weiners, lb. __________...__:....:..---- I5c

: .hostess Miss at Margaret a Hallowe'en Williams dance Fri was The the former.newly elected president Spot Dog and Cat Food,'3 cans _-_.. 25c' Pork Ribs, lb. :._______-__...::....._--- tOe

, day evening at the home of her Mrs. J.M. Brownie, presided over
parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Williams the business session and :Miss Fender Salad-Dressing,pint ,jar.__ 12c: .Pig Tails, lb. ____________________ 8cCATSUPw.14oz.

on Cherry street. :Madge Middleton transacted'' the r. UP TO your oars In work. : bottle __,..........'.:. 'lOc
narvo at Ugh ten lOll.I --- 12 l2cChoice
ovary ; lb
The decorations for this enjoyable duties of secretary. The president I No Fresh Pork Hams, half or whole
a party were In keeping with: the I wonder you snap at the wife '
appointed following committees -
,and bark PIe
at; too Zigv :
4 the occasion, quantities of cosmos,; for the year: Cemetery, Miss Watch oat! Overworkedorvosimar Do << Cuts Beef Roast, lb. _______ leCountrrCentleman
marigolds orange and black crepe' Amelia Ray,.Mrs. S. E.: ,Brp vnlee. ,. lead to EQeeplMaMaa Tiny Green Limas; No. 2 can _;..,__..w18u
paper being used. Dancing was'I Mrs. E. S. Matthews. MIa, 'Etrie ; Nervous Headache, Nervous 15c
2'cana lb.
{ Com .- 25c Hamburger ____..__
the ,
enjoyed throughout evening Miner Mrs. O. L. Beasley and : Indigestion and a host of ?--
Bad at a late hour refreshments Mrs. J. W. ,Andrews; Music, ,Mrs.A. ether upleasant cU tarbane,... I5c
yvero served those present Z. Adkins and Mrs. E.K. Ferryman .Why don't yon try Dr. MIIos* CHEESE'full cream, Ib.:--.". ..; :, 18c Smoked Sausage, lb. ..._ ;t----__-
The; guests were: Misses Bonnie ; Collector, Mrs.*.*O.. L. Effervescent Nerviao TabUtst '

Canpva, Hope and Kathryn Haynes chairman; Bocia ?{Mrs. L. :, 'water' Just makes one in,a a pleasant hall glaaa,. spark-of Best! Grad&WhiteBacol: Ib..- _.;,_..._ :8c: ''Neck Bones, lb. -I.oo_'____ "' _-" "" ... 6
Haynes, Martha Powell Thelma A. Davis chairman '
:? Publicity ; lisp drink delightfully soothing
And 'Pauline Priest.Lula Redgrave, Miss Amelia Ray; Finance for .. to overtaxed nerves. No. 1 'Sliced.. Breakfast Bacon, lb. _.__ 15c Pork. Chops, Florida, 2 lbs. ____ __. _,_ 25CCARRADINE'S
t Dot Ritch, :Martha Brownlee, Lillian three months. Mrs. L. C. Powell., Dr. Miles Narvino (Is Hoarmade .. -
Sternberg. Peggy Turnbull Mrs. H. B. McLendon Mrs. W. G. in two forma-Liquid anil
r Kitty Hogsed. Lois Long Lois Ad- Halle and Mrs. Efffe Miner. Effervescent Tablet. Both hero A. H. GREEN J.W. WHITE & $SON
r king, Marjorie Stump, Genevieve The historian Mrs. E. L. Biggs, the same soothing effect ; :
JCenly. Maty PleMe. A. E. Wall gave a reading concerning pen- tLOtt at rear drag stare .
B. ;&,' Johns; Jr.-Eldredg: Robinson sions for veterans and' their widows o.w .M'Lr-S'' LAWTEY. FLA''f Phone 86'Starke, Fla. :Phone 62 ,StarketFla.W ,
Harry Tlaon. Junior, McDonalit. after which the hostesses, assisted < ', Carry a Fun Line' of Garden
: Billy Parker. Billy Graham by Jacqueline. Andrews .1.-r: ,We Carry Wilson & Toomer.yw : '" ,:..Field Seeds,taclndlag Austrian.
Emmett',Gahagan. .of Savannah, served a tempting salad course to ; Also"funHn' Quality Winter FeasV Onion"Beta,, Oats and

Ga.. Milton Brownlee.apd- Tommy the following chapter members: NERVINE I Seeds at Lowest Prices Byef

Williams. Mesdames it Brownie,"-I*." Gv;.

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4, 1932 :t :,
___ _n" -- ---.------.----- -. '----- -" .- .. ,,-=;;-o == o--" _____ ._.. .. .. ....- .-. .. --
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bishop spent thirsty ones who declare they are 1"I .. Did any one ever hear-t-tbe 11. Le '* be honest Are not the ,' Publlx Theatres in Miami Palm

I Friday in Gainesville going to vote for repeal. I liquor trusts establishing\ and en- lust; for money artificial appetite 'I Beach and Lake Worth to be operated
-- --- -- ---- 1. If we should repeal all laws dowing hospitals or homes to care --acquired through centuries of In cooperative partnership )
Bits of H. S. Sutton of Bartow, a resident which are disobeyed shouldn't we for their victims habit--and mass psychology stimulated between paramounl-Publijt interests ,

of Starke many years ago, repeal the law of gravitation traffic 5. Did the liquor trusts ever payoff I through advertising, at the and Sparjts Enterprise(; ,{ne.

was here Thursday. He commented laws the laws of banking, narcotic any mortgages on the homes of bottom of all this repeal talk? .--- ----- ....:.- -.:. ---
on the many changes in the laws laws) against stealing their victims? 12. Can any one point out one

IDeal I-.ye town_since. he used to live here. property wives, etc.,, and what 6. How many churches collegesand elevating value of modern civilization -
City Beauty Shop
about the Ten Commandments\ ? orphanages have been established that came out of the liquor
Miss Hazel Adkins and 'friend. 2. Was there. ever a bad man and endowed by the liquor traffic ?
Concerning Our People, Business and Miss!!! Elizabeth Jones of F. R. W. made good by drinking, trusts T I Yours truly "Have you Beauty around
C., at Tallahassee, spent several 3. Was there ever. a good manmade '
7 Did any one ever hear of a W. E. Daugherty. the eyes"?
Progress of the County and Town days the'latter' part of last week better .
bY,. gnkktgtFlorIda'Linesman man being made more efficient by .j. *
with Miss Adklns' parents, Judge? drinking liquor T Jacksonville New Plee-Zing I I Per' ma-colour dyes:__!.__.. 75c ; ,
and Mrs. A. Z. Adklaa.
r nn717C7C7R --.-.TOE5Z5Z5Z5Z5Z52525Z5Z5Z5Z5Z5ZS3Mrs.-! I 8. Isn't it true that the church Food Store, 1700 Lake She re
people and other sober-minded taxpayers Drive formally opened.Bv4rgtadea Efficient, safe, quickly- and '
WEATHER REPORT J. E., Wilson has been in Mr. Herbert Thomas has returned -I[ have had to take care of !It .
Cocoa this week visiting friends. from Montreal, Canada,- where the victims of liquor First solid carload and lasting:.

I AI compiled by Starke branch with he spent the :Montreal the summer International playing! .... 9. Did the liquor trusts ever send bean for this season shipped from Arches .. _______1: ..__" 50c '
lr S. Forestry Service.week I Mr. and"Mrs, W,, ending Nov. 1. 1932. Jacksonville, Monday. League ball club. After the regu-. welfare workers to this or any oth- PHONE 4
Max. MID. Preclp. lar season he accompanied his club ?
bite er country
Panama City -- Dr. J. M. Whit-
on a three week's
M .03 exhibition tour
26 8. Mrs Lamira Murden and son, of 10. Did any one ever hear of a Held erecting store building on
11 66 Canada playing a divided home united the See Our
being by
.2T 1'H
t Jackie Joe, this weekin
t 28 '16 48p are spending series of games with the Toronto liquor trusts? I! Harrison avenue adjning Bay
TltusvlUe. Dairies
83 54 club of the same league. c Company plant. .
Cast Iron n."lerBed Room .
30 M 60 ,
31 85 66 1.93 Mrs. O. J. Griffin Mrs. E, L. CROWDS ATTENDED Hialeah Dalager Rightway RuiU-Oardlner Rang+-Wool
t Biggs and Mrs. D. A. Montleth AVHIEVEMENT Printing Establishment moved into
62 DAY
A %
&OT. 1 76 Blanket a '
Total rainfall for week. 1.96 in. spent Monday In Jacksomrile.. PROGRESS IS SIIOWN [GENT WORD new quarters at 1064 No. West Mixed '
36th street.Use. Y
Co!. and Mrs. D. E. Knight'were Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes were (Continued from page 1.) | COLUMNFOR -..--- TERMS OR CASlf '''t

Isltors in Gainesville Thursday.Col dinner guests of Dr. and Mrs J. First, Marguerite Prevail Starke i

W. Hayes! in Jacksonville! Tuesday. second Doshia Smith, Sampson $100.SALE Also-good-1928 trailer Esiex$19.sedan Leon Coupons DENMARK FURNITURE ; ,

I and Mrs. D. E. Knight were ]Mr.) and Mrs. Clifton City. I A. Gray, Starke Flo It* COMPANY\
alters In Gainesville Thursday. Tuesday, Poultry: First, Ethel Packham; I r
Lawtey were .in Starke second Doris Hough, Brooker; for money tt

Judge Muncy Anderson of Jack- afternoon. third Annie Laura Tucker Hampton -

was the guest of Judge I ; fourth, Vita Mae Mott. !1 AL SMITH CALLS US j I
Mrs. C. A, Knight and Miss Lena FLORIDATHEATRE
Adkins Thursday. Best collection flower exhibit: { RELIGIOUS BIGOTS/ Oat this premium at
t Z Belle Shepard spent the week-end I
Rlrst Aleen Woodlawn
Rosier ; second -
I absolutely nlcoat<
in Hllllard with relatives. I
Lois Moore Heilbronn.
(Telegram) ,
and Mrs. 1L C. Wall and Mr. '
Mr. Godwin visitors Best every day good house keep- | Nashville,Tenn. Oct. 28th. GAINESVILLE. FLA. 'I ',
nd Mrs. Jim were Miss Jessie Reddlck of Jacksonville ,
First Lea
ing: Retta Jeffords, Law-
'' ..
To Governor F D. Roosevelt
Jacksonville Sunday. -- -- --- ------- -
o i was the guest Sunday If tey; second Essie Sapp, New River I' v
Mrs. W H. Green. Albany, N. Y. I WEEILl'IllUA1U NOV.. o
; third. Marerureite Prevatt' Hollo Moore 'I _________ i
Mrs. J. C. Robinson and Miss Starke. Alfred E. Smith's Newark address : i I --__ ---- --- ---
!'era Claire! Robinson motored to Miss Edna Kyle from Lakeland Women's Exhibit I In your behalf attacked I THURSDAY& FRIDAY iti

(Gainesville Thursday afternoon. is a guest of Miss Anita and Mrs.J. Best general exhibit by an in-I I Got'crllorNoosevell :prom lent Protestant Leaders +o "THE BIO nlto.\nV\ T" t

H. Courtmanch. dividual woman: First, Mrs. J. C. r ''land organizations who support'I With (' a, t
Mrs. W. J. Epperson and Mrs. Jones, Heilbronn: second, Mrs. prohibition as "bigots" and men; fling Crosby Leila Hyiuiis. Cab 4'r
e Vanalckcl spent Wednesday. Col. D. E. Knight was a professional Lacy Johns, New River; third, Mrs. 'tioned by name the Methodists I Cullowuy Vincent Lopez Kate '
i Jacksonville.: visitor in Lake BUtler and R. R. Prevatt Starke. I This -speech ,is a direct ap I Smith Stuart Erwin Donald i '
Macclenny, the first? of the week. Best garden record; First, Mrs. Says t peal religious" prejudice anda I Novln, and other big radio stars t

[ Mr. Joseph Pomeroy of Jackson- n J. C. Jones .Heilbronn; second, direct attack upon a -- -- k -.
(lie was a visitor in Stark TUeaI Miss Patsy Brlnson,of.iHugh, is Rosa Moore Heilbronn. I Protestant Church. We great I 4K SATURDAY i

spending this winter.here with her. Best KxfeJM&f'by" Senior H. I. fore request an This 'quart green RICK ARD.DIX
sister, Mrs: J. E..Corpening;, clubs First TheTessa; '-second, ate. pudiation of this prejudicial ap- enameled saucepan In"nELL'S '
I i James Richard Wainwrlght and Heilbronn; third. Hampton. 'peal. HIGHWAY" t

:ueeell Daniel of of the U. of F., Insvllle. Mr. and Mrs. L. D.. Vining moved Best quilt t First Edltlr\ Moore, i (Signed)-W. Pi- King. Editor -I Monday On Y-atbe Stage J
spent,Friday in Starke. Saturday Into their new home Heilbronn; second, Vancy Rush, Nashville Methodist Advocate Yours for only "THK BALLYHOO IlKVUE 4 :"

WhICh.baSUst, been completed.Mr. Brooker; third Essie Sapp, New ; J. E. Clark, Editor Presbyterian -
ifr. and Mrs. George Kenly and River. "VR'tt I cannot call ourselves wise vt Advance; J. I D. Free-, 100 Coupons from (On the Screen' ) I
and Mrs.. 1... M. dray and I ;
.hter. Miss Genevieve Kenly Best article for home' improve patriotic If wa seek!'to escape man, Editor Baptist and Reflector 'rilANTOM OF CKE8TWOOD*
i Gainesville Sunday daughter. Miss Helen of Gainesville A. R. Barbee Editor I l;
,ra.in ment: First Rosa Moore Heil the responsibility of remolding government ;
visited relatives In Starke bronn; second Mrs. J. C Jones, to make 'I more serviceable ,Cumberland Presbyterian (NOj TUESDAY WEDNESDAY 14
i Mrs. Q. W. Roberts Mrs. Effle Saturday. Heilbronn; third Alice Pattee, to all the people and more fsponslre reply has been received to OCTAGONSoap "WASHINGTON MKRRYt. %
Ulner and Mrs. W. E. Torode of Heilbronn. to modern coudltlons." I (Paid Political Adv) ''I'Ii 00ROUND"I I jl
wtey, were here Wednesday at- Mr. Paul Knight of the University Best dresses made of .feed I .. '.-::. .. With i''
the U..D. C. meeting of Florida, spent.the week-end "' I LEE TUACY r
ending) sacks: First Mrs. O. L. Harrison, "We need mor. than anything ProductsBRING {
here with his parents, Col. and .
Hampton.For else. a d flnll. determination! on the CONSTANCE.CtllllmNGS.
Mr. and Mrs. F, A.,Canova and Mrs. D. E. Knight. General home improve- part ol tb. business men. of the j j A REPEAL AD I II -11 -,
laughter, ;Mary Ann 'of Gaines- ment, interior and exterior the city dwellers. snd'2>r the agricultural
i,spent the week-end with Mrs. Mrs. R.' 3. Johns and son, following; records will be sent to population J.o| )join hands In I If the legalized sale of intoxicating S R JOHNS WHEELER & WOOLSEY 1
,Canova. George,. of Lake Butler, spent Tallahassee office to compete for creating a permanent basis of pre beverages is wrong the
ale -- Tuesday In Starke with Mrs.Johns' state awards: Mrs,. Thomas F. I' !unction I transportation and consumption ,Government, ha done ,,RIGHT'' Starke Fla. "HOLD 'EM JAIL"i i t l }
Mr. and Mrs. C. H, Nasworthy parents, Mr, and Mrs W. H. Green. Brown, Hampton; Mrs. D. W. In which the natural ace I In prohibiting them. i

lUll Mrs. G. H. Me d141 spent Sun- Moore Theressa; Mrs.J.C., Jones, nomlo laws will take precedence" And If their sale Is not wrong,
Spy In Jacksonville with ,Mr. and Mrs. George Roberts and children Heilbronn; Miss Rosa Moore, Heil 1:then NOTHING Is wrong, there

Pn. A. L. Davis. and Mrs. Beaver of Lawtey bronn and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot, "It U clear to me that 11 we can I fore let's repeal all laws
were visitors ''in Starke Tuesday Starke. change the condition of nature that against the thief the burglar I

Judge and Mrs.. A. Z. Adkins afternoon. Included on the Interesting,program mad a place a desert!, we ought U the pick-pocket the gambler
Em spending this week in Titus- carried out during the morn- have faith la the: posalbHt7| ef the murderer the libertine the II '
Ifllle where Judge Adkins I is hold- Mrs. James Shepard and daughter -. ing were talks by J. T. Blacklockof changing the economic conditions bank robber the "road hog," I P 1 0 PGROCERY

pi court. ,' Miss Cleo, are spending a Gainesville, and Miss Mary Ke- sufficiently to bring the producer:, and the drunkard.
while In Hilliard with Mrs. Shep- own district agent of Tallahassee. and tbs consumer more closely together I Why select the temperance
Ur. and Mrs J. M. Mitchell Mr. ard'a son Mr. C. C. Shepard. Music was furnished by the S. H. tt the benefit of each." virtue and legalize Its over
lini Mrs E.M. Davis and daughIter Dodd orchestra. throw for revenue :
t Jean, were visitors In Palatka Rev. and Mrs. J. V Robinson "Transportation 1s not a intent* Why not legalize the LICENTIOUS

(Sunday afternoon.. of Tampa Shores,' were the week- nlzed service It It a service vf VILLAIN to overthrow)I
I end guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Lc7i. human beings 'N. ga.e ,lives are the virtue of our wives anddaughters '
I i >
Friends of Miss Mary Brownleewill Harley Jr 1 1etter. worthy 'of even liiofe Intelligent: ? I
( be glad to know that she is J care than. that necessary to prep The Government has as
I getting !along nicely following an Mr. and Mra.,D. B. Beasley, Mr. serve toe pnynjoil mechanisms MUCH RIGHT to do this, as It:'
operation for appendicitis last and Mrs. Jim Larche and Mr. Lu- wblch tb'TjOoeratM And It (s clear has to license the UNPRIN-
I week. cian Larche of Gainesville spent to me> that *ll \.lie tuafen liJ vet+m.n CIPLED liquor dealer to overthrow -: ,

Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. O. L.Beasleyv Wile, ar, ImploUli Iq our? r..t: temperance virtue of
Misses Katie and Virginia Futote t Editor Bradford County Telegraph: traQIPoft.at.CID'Itellia./ ,art e our. sons and father, and no
Mr. J. F. Klckliter. Butter I The following article clipped titled to' 1b4<< Wgfc)<> t'QC\IIelbleJriaK'; | .sv mlatakeviLIIU I
Klckliter and Junior McDonald Mr. and Mrs E. F. Rhodes are from Monday's Tampa Tribune that the Industry can afford] to pay"" Rom:Of:old. the "wet",
should furnish food for for .. Between Bank Y
thought e Location and Post ofT lee
ipott Sunday in :Jacksonville with receiving congratulations on the # are clamoring for the Government
relatives and friends.. arrival of:a son, Sunday, October all of :your readers. It was writtenby ,"Every. great econom fo>...IntartitIn to ell INDULGENCE In!
30th. He has been named Luther E. C. Nance Methodist minis- the nation require the con tins-.;; the name of LICENSE to make PlllsburyBest ,-
]Dr. ter: our efficient operation of the rait !drunkards and overthrow pro1blbition
and Mrs. H. B. McLlendon Wilson
are.< attending the State Dental Association A Temperance Catechism road The products of our farms -....and. ALL FOR REVE, ,, Flour 24 75c 1
Apart from the question as to mines and) forests How Into the 'NUE.. pounds .r .r ww |
in Hollywood this week. Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Haynes, I I ,
whether not it Is a "sin" to marktt The fabricated '
They Were accompanied by Mrs,. Misses Sarah .Hope and Georgia Qr product I W E. DAUGHERTY
drink Intoxicants I am wondering of our manufacture flow back to 't
I. American Citizen
S. Matthews, who will visit In Kathryn Haynes. Sonny Haynes
Lake Worth. and Miss Lulu Redgrave spent if the following questions might these primary' producers along the I Octagon{
not "stimulate" the thinking of the steel highway (Paid Political, Adv.) : I
Sunday in Jacksonville. '
Mrs. E. M. Johns, accompanied Soap 10 for25c

rMias Elizabeth Jones of Titus- Mrs' .W. H. Nollman came'Wednesday ,
W*; and Miss Mallle White of Decatur and is the guest of her fR

Ga, motored to Athens Ga.. mother Mrs. Sarah F. Hamrlek. 4 i Carrots, Lettuce, CelYork Imperial Apples '
for the week-end to attend the Mrs. Nollman l la enroute from

worgta-Florlda! football game. Ashevllle N. C. to her home In cry 7lbs. 25c
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""""fcy and Thursday In Jackson- Dr. and Mrs.: : .B. "S.. Carroll of -TJTJJ

YlIIe. Miss Jordan Judged the annual ,Washington D. C., arrived Sunday CHOW Onions
1 home exhibits of Miss Pearl and spent several days with No. 1 Fancy Irish I d,

Uffette, who is home demonstra- Mrs. Carroll's mother, Mrs. F. H. POTATOES
*n agent of Duval county. Long. Dr. and Mrs. Carroll left 4l5 4Ibs. r w w r lOe
Wednesday for Hollywood to attend {1 '
Mrs. W E. Mlddleton': Miss the State Dental Association.They 101bs.----15c S'
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kedge Middleton and Miss Hazel were accompanied by Dr. J. ,+ ,
Wdleton motored to Jacksonville W. Brownlee who will attend the MORE -nutt AH Best I
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Mrs. J. C. Robinson .n.NAww'e Whole Grain Rice (t
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McDonald Buster Klckliter. Vera, 2 lbs'
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Emmett Gahagan.
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L "The Vole of Florida" ;;;-- I MlA*. Nl..... r,.
FARMERS SECTION Gainesville .-A pig saved Is l LIVE STATE NEWSNews .

a pig gained, and If sows are to Mr. a L. Harrison I
Gainesville Fla.-Radio listeners farrow strong healthy pigs this Watterson Mra !.I.

Conducted by Demonstration AgentsCOMMENDABLE will find next week's Florida spring they must have the proper :* of Florida in Short Paragraphs I tending the and Baptist Eugene Santa,Girt are It

Farm Hour programs from WRUF care and feed from now on, according Association at Archer Fe 1 IUv

each day from 12 to 12.45, JeST to W. J. Sheely, extension H. J. Crlbbs. of thli way

.- -,,--,...,;;_._- ._. unusually interesting and helpful agent in animal husbandry. -- ......... moved to the F. M.near Starke, lit
Mrv --- ---- ----- A 'ipecial 4-H club achievement He explained that each pig farrowed northeast of Johnson t

PROGRAM 4-H CLUB GIRLS AND celebration scheduled for Satur-I dead has cost the equivalent of Jacksonville-George W. Cour-I cratic, decidedly. In the first gage in the poultry Hampton. He WIll III

FOR HIGHER STANDARDS BOYS TO CELEBRATE day, a special citrus program will about 2 1.3 bushels of corn. For son, convicted of manslaughter for Presidential straw vote ever con- has rented a building busige.s II

{ OF LIVING IN FLORIDA YEAR'S ACHIEVEMENT be on Monday the weekly garden each day the weakling lives beforeIt the sweat box death of Arthur ducted at the local Institution and longs to Dr. R. M. Which

club talk Is set for Wednesday, dies there Is a further estimatedloss Malllefect In the Sunbeam prison I the only one In Florida of 42 s'pon- street and will Fever on Ur

(By Spuds Johnson) Gainesville. Fla.-Nine hundred shooting stars will be discussed of about 1 3-4 pounds of feed. camp last June, was sentenced this I!Bored In the nation by the Motar 1 1I ket within a few open days.up a fuh

the home demonstration agent thousand strong, 4-H club girls Friday, and other Interesting talks Profits In raising hogs vary ac- week to 20 years, after Judge Board Roosevelt led Hoover 3 to 1. Rev. F M. Taylor

of Florida have been rendering and boys In the United States will are scheduled. The program follows cording to the number of pigs George C. Gibbs denied a new trial Of 1,308 votes cast Roosevelt received Fifth Sunday meeting attended of n..

yoeznan' service to the women and celebrate their national achievement -: : raised per sow, since it costs aa I 968, Hoover 302, Norman River Association at the N
0. i Sat., Nov. 5--Special 4-H Cele- much to winter and carry a sow 'Thomas 23 William D. 6 Raiford *
girls of the rural sections, and day Saturday, Nqvember Gainesville Invitations have Upshaw Saturday and Sunday.
Many of them will participate in bration prorentlng talks by Dr. that raises five pigs as one that AI Smith 3, "Alfalfa"! Bill Murray
even of the cities and towns, prac- been dispatched to all members of C. J. Weeks of Jacksonville
tically everlnce this work was a special radio celebration over 66 John J. Tigert, Miss Mary E. Ke raises twice the number. the Florida State Legislature to '1. Nine votes of which Will Rogers Ited his sister, Mrs Elsie .,

inaugurated In 1014. However, stations of the National Broadcasting own, and Alachua County 4-H club There Is no way to govern the bn guests of the University of Flor- j received 6, were thrown out. Faculty man this week. Sp*"

In recent years their services have Company and a number of winners. number of pigs a sow that Is already ida football game here November I members and graduate stu- Those who attended
Mon. Nov. 7 Growth and Yieldof bred will but there Is the revs
and Independent stations. bring dents were barred from participating -
seemed of greater import, 19 when the Gators meet Georgia services at Waldo this
have come into a higher appreciation Beginning at 12:30 to 12:43: and Grapefruit as Affected by Nitro yet time to prevent the farrowing Tech In the university's annual : In the voting. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. week we
I Harrison
O. C. Bryan. The Economic -'of weak and dead pigs. The sow Mr
due to the stress of eco- again from 1:18: to 1:30: p. m., EST, homecoming gridiron classic. M. L. Watterson Mrs. A. J.
of Biological should be fed balanced ration, Win
Importance a
nomic conditions. the NBC network will broadcast [ I St. Petersburg By another :Misses Edna and Eleanor
I Control of Citrus Insects-Dr. E. containing plenty of proteins and : Harrtaoi
In their annual conference recently 15-minute national programs with Jacksonville Charges by William strange freak of nature, thousands Lillian Tucker and Miss Ada Nin
W. corn
Berger. minerals. Sows running on
at Gainesville, the State'sSO music and speaking. Florida sta- !of fish In Lake
J. Howey, Republican candidate -| Maggiore are dy-
Tues., Nov. 8-Hints on Home or peanut fields should have accessto mo.A.
home demonstration agents tions to carry this program will well for governor, In a speech last,.ing. No one can say positively A McDonald of DarteD,
Farm ishmeal as
1 Marketing-D. E. Tlnamons. tankage of as I ape
l studied to find ways In which they be WJAX, WIOD, and'WSUN. Be- Question Box. mineral mixture of equal partsof night at St. Petersburg that state!I what has caused their deaths. It the week-end with his family hn,
could be of still greater assistance tween 12:45 and 1:15 each station a ashes employes were having $1.65 deducted is the third time this has happened Mr and Mrs. C. E. Harper htv
Wed., Nov. Propagating Or- charcoal or hardwood !
to the people of the State. They will broadcast a 80-minute pro- inside a it as their
namentaU by Cutting and DivisionsChas lime, and salt. from their pay for Octoberto year, was reportedRecently guest, Mr. Harper's nlec
drew up plans for another year'swork. gram by local club members and the citycouncil author- Mrs. Days of
elect Dave Sholtz governor, Mississippi.
E. The fields
Abbott. Storyof When the corn and peanut
j' As a program of work, they leaders. ized dam to be built Miss Edna
I were denied by Comptroller Ernest a across Salt RUey of High Sprint-
R. E. Foster should be
Honey are eaten out. the sows .
drew up the following general plan, The local portion of the program Thurs. Nov. Amos In Tallahassee last week. Creek, outlet of the lake, to pre- Is visiting her aunt, Mrs Add
10-Accomplish- turned on oats, rye rape, or grass I !
which should be of Interest to all
from WIOD will music vent salt tides from Into Jackson.
of present by ments in Cane Breedlnsr-B. A. fields. Along with this grazing backing
us. Dade County club girls, and talksby Bourne. What TestIng old Bet- the lake. The salt water has Coatsy Rigdon was the week-en
y "We the home demonstration I Cane Variety and the mineral mixture the BOWS Fort Myers-Four year I
Frank McCarty and Lora Sinks, Has caused fresh water fish In the lake guest of his uncle Lee Finley
Shown-F. D. Stevens.Fri. should be given 1 to 2 pounds per ty Delorise Nipper was killed here i
of Florida realize
agents our responsibility club Beach to die it is claimed. .
members of Palm No tides Olustee.Mr.
Nov 11 The made became
in to stabllze Spectacle hundred-weight of a ration when her neck entangledin
the morale of helping rural citizenship county. Judge Edith Atchinson, the Shooting Stars-M.: R. Ensign by mixing 100 pounds of corn and a rope swing as she jumped I have been reported recently. and Mrs. W. F. Young an
and School Superintendent Chas. Investment In the Business box the of her j Health authorities are scooping up Miss! M. Brely were touring o
this critical economic situa Poultry 10 pounds of 60 percent tankageor from a on porch
during Fisher both of Miami. the dead fish and the east
burying them to coast last Sunday
Norman Mehrhof. slghi
R. The discovered
tion. Therefore fishmeal. home here. body was
:j we accept this responsibility -
by pledging anew our From WSUN during? the local From two weeks before breedingto by the child's mother, Mrs. diminish the odor.JacksonvilleFor. seeing at St. Augstine, Dayton
.ij talks will be given, by Beach and other points of Interei
program N The child
\\1 united efforts to bring about farrowing time these sows Sam Nipper. apparently
'i1'' higher standards of living for the Clarice Hand and Vernon Sim- should be gaining In flesh, but bad been dead but a few the first time -

if Florida farm family. mons, HUlaborough county club HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES should not be allowed to get too minutes. since World War days a Duval Jacksonville Arundel Corpoi)

;;'n 1 "First, by assisting In planning members Prof. Hugh Coil, Plnellas trltm-n J fat or sluggish. The feed shouldbe |'county circuit judge last week delivered ation of Baltimore, submitted l 10

'/ and growing well balanced food county and Mrs. Joy Belle Hess, I| Weekly tne Demonstra1tlon regulated according to the sow's Orlando-Fish are biting well in to the grand jury a special bid for dredging about 36230,
home demonstration agent of Specialist Tallahassee its in cubic yards of material from
needs. charge on responsibility pro- cha!|
and feed crops. The essentials of I Lake Apopka, according to E. A
Plnellaa county. residents from : Del of Intracoastal
\' this tecting mob floggings waterway fro j
program Include year-round i 'I Crum of Orlando, who hooked
;I: orchard, with fruits adapted to the' Music for the WJAX local per- ALACIIUA BOY WINS three black bass weighing a total pledging the full backing of, Jackson-Inlet and turning basin

S I" section in which iod will be furnished by Bradford Honey Pumpkin Pie 4-H PRIZE AS BEST of 10 1-2 cast the courts and law enforcement
they are grown; pounds on a single
f calendar vegetable garden; home county club girls, while Ethel Rob- Try using honey in the pumpkinpie PRODUCER OF MEAT recently. Mr. Crum's catch was agencies. Judge George Couper Cross City-J. B. Williams ope|

with shaw, St.. Johns county club girl, for this Thanksgiving. Use j Gibbs told the grand jury, sum- ed dry goods store in build
dairy cow some place for certified by J. W. Duran, who
1 1.2 of steamed and
''c pasturing; farm poultry flock, J. W. Danson, Duval county club strained cupfuls 1 of hon- Gainesville, Fla.-The Thos. E. stated that apparently two of the moned for a special charge, that known as Toggery Shoppe
boy, Mrs. W. A Hogan, Jackson- pumpkin, cupful Wilson $50 gold watch given an- "the Integrity of this State and
r with home-grown rye, oats and fish had struck the bait at the
1 of cinnamon 1.2 New
3 feeds ville, and R. W. Blacklock, ..tateboys' ey, teaspoonful nually to the 4-H club boy In Flor- the administration of justice therein equipment t b
.( grain ; production of sufficient same time and the third had been
cupful of cream 1.2 teaspoonfulof I I la at stake and out ing installed at local post office]
1 meats to supply family club agent, will speak. ida who makes the best record in snagged when the bait was pulledIn. pointed
ginger, 1-2 teaspoonful of salt,
that It was their and solemn I
'r} needs; and bees to supply honey State radio station WRUF, will 2 eggs, and 1 cupful of. milk. Mix' the production of meat animals The lucky fisherman made the grave NOTICE
4 t for home use. broadcast a special 4-H has been won by Bill Clegg, 17 record-breaking catch from the duty to make a thorough and conscientious Through error the following quil
program the ingredients in the order given
of the Ifled electors of Precinct No i, 4JjRwtey.
;''n "Second, by assisting in planning, the same day from noon to 12:45.: and bake in one crust. Garnish year old Alachua county club boy, city docks at Winter Garden.. I investigation recently were omitted from the llf
., a food budget and conserving a The speakers will be Dr. John J. i with honey meringue. according to an announcement by I reported 24 floggings in the ot electors. In last week's lame:

sufficient quantity of foods to keep Tlgert, president of the Universityof I R. W. Blacklock, state boys'' club Tallahassee Nathan Mayo ,county. Pearce.Prevatt,O.B. IT

.: the family In health. Florida, Miss Mary E. Keown, Honey Meringue agent. I commissioner of agriculture, said I Phllllps; David L.

\ "Third, by endeavoring to estab- :of the State Home Demonstration Honey meringue may be made Bill has been in the 4-H club he hopes to to have a "rolling lab- Jacksonville After spending Prevatt Parmenter A., B.Ury R.

lish closer relationship between the Department, and Alachua county with an electrical beater or a for four years during which time oratory" on the road within a several weeka investigating tung Prevatt Revell V.

t\ producer the dealer and the .con club winners. hand beater. For the electrical he has earned a gross Income of month to prevent the sale of adulterated oil possibilities in Florida-particularly Pearce Prevatt,Arthur J. C. C.

sumer. beater use 1.2 cupful of honey to 1990 from his club projects. He is gasoline ftf _filling____ atatlon. in Taylor county-L. d'Heu- Prevatt, Sylvester

"Fourth,. by increasing the sale I FLORIDA WILL HAVEREPRESENTATIVES: the white of 1 egg and let the mixer now practically an Independent The truck will be fitted out as a reuse, exporter and importer of Prlnglo Prevatt., C.R. A.M

', of home products through ImprovIng AT run at speed two until the mix- farmer, practicing diversification field laboratory and will carry a Hamburg Germany, and one of Perkins, Ola Mae

} the quality, and the quantity NATIONAL 4-H CAMP ture peaks. That will be from improving the soil and doing all chemist, Mayo explained. The the organizers of the German- Phillips, O. J.
Pearce Josephine
: where necessary. eight to 10 minutes. It this around good farming. He is now truck will stop at filling stations, American-Florida colony,will leave Phillips Debbie

\E\;. "Fifth, by encouraging thrift in Gainesville, Fla.- Florida will be meringue Is kept on a platter uncovered conducting 4-H club projects, In state Inspectors will draw a sample here today for New York and Peele Phillips, J. Mrs.D, E. A.

: clothing through a wiser choice In represented at the National 4-H ,.in the refrigerator it will cooperation with County Agent of gasoline being sold and chemist Hamburg. Mr d'Heureuse makes ,. W. H
'care Club to be retain its texture and gloss several Fred Craft in to Florida and he Is Prevatt, Mrs. R. H.
selection, and renovation. Camp held In Washington growing corn, pea will analyze U on the spot to de- yearly trips ,

"I, "Sixth, by encouraging a whole D. C., next June, according to months. nuts, crotalarla, calves, fat bar- termine If it meets state standards. just bringing another to a close. Prlnirle.Prevatt/ H Wm.W

\; some community spirit through an announcement from club headquarters For the hand beater use 1-4 cupful rows, and breeding pigs. As an organizer of the German- PrinK, K.

well planned programs of enter here. The four dustand- of honey to the white of one One of Bill's outstanding pro- Miami-A three-year-old Cuban 1 American-Florida colony, he and Prevatt Phillips, I Minnie. D.

tainment."Seventh. Ing club members In the state, two egg, and whip the mixture until it jects was a litter of nine fat bar- girl, suffering from several days others had planned to bring Ger- Pendarvls B. F.

.1' by encouraging women boys and two girls, will be selected peaks. The white may be beaten rows which he recently sold for I exposure while drifting at sea in man farmers Into Florida to raise Prevatt Prlvett ,.O.Ned R.

in the home to save their time, and given the trip. separately and the honey added a 3-4 cent above the prevailing an open boat was discovered by sun flower and other bulbs, but Prevatt Fonso

1healt.h\:' money and labor by Im-, The boys will be picked by R. teaspoonful at the time while it is ket price and for a profit of mar-I revenue officers, it was learned Immigration laws brought that Prevatt Prescott, J Miss. T. Slnltt

; proving their homes and adopting W Blacklock state boys' club being beaten. Not aa good texture 64. The pigs were here Monday. The officers sighted project to an end, be said. Padgett. Mrs. Chess

.e, improved practices agent, from the county winners will result but the flavor shouldbe I February in a clean house and immediately an open fishing boat drifting Prevatt Plummer,Edwin Verdle C.E.

") "Eighth, by focusing the atten- submitted by county agents. In the same. turned on a field of oats. toward the channel and went out Stuart The sand shark, plentiful Plummer, M. B.

: tion of the entire family on the like manner Miss Flavla Gleason, Honey Cream Waffles. They were kept on such grazing to place a fuse bomb in the boat along the Florida coast, is su- Terry Thompson, James Shelton T.Governor. II.

:;ii home as the source of income, comfort state home demonstration agent, Honey baked in the batter will crops until two months old, when and blow it up, so that it would I perior even to sailfish In edible

t$ culture, health power and In- will select the girls. To win this make a crisp, tender waffle. Nutsor they were weaned and turned on a not endanger navigation. They quality when smoked, according to

t. 'fluence." trip is one of the highest honorsin dried fruits may be added to field of corn. This system, worked found the child and a supply of Water Floyd Hosie of this city. "Smoked

club work. Only four winnersare the batter to give a truly delicious out by the Florida Experiment The child could give no Information shark meat is a delicacy fit for
'j: PROVING GOOD PASTURES allowed to attend from each result. The suggested Ingredientsare Station, kept the pigs free from regarding herself. the moat discriminating epicure", '"?osevelt ?
state. This fact Mr. Hosie claims. :
worms. and the fact "The skin makes
egg, beaten lightly, 4 teaspoonfuls -
t'"t, Cross City, Fla.-Fifty four Two of these trips are being giv- of baking powder, 2 cupfuls that they were fine stock, aver- 1 Orlando-Opie Read, Southern excellent leather. A superior brandof Says :

.'.. head of cattle are being carried en by the Atlantic Coast Line of flour 1 teaspoonful of salt, aging 182 pounds, and In good con- :.author and Chautauqua speaker, Cod liver oil is distilled from

':.' nicely on a 100 acre Improved pearture Railway, while the concerns giving 2 cupfuls of milk, 1-4 cupful of dition accounted for the extra has arrived In Florida to begin a the liver and the fins are esteemed

,, i and without any supplemen the other two have not been an margarine melted and 3 tablespoonfuls price Bill received for them.' series of political speeches in the in China where they form the

tary feed on a farm near here. The nounced. I of, honey. Last fall Bill was given a free Interest of W. J. Howey, Republican basis of shark fin soup." Mr. Hosie .

: '. pasture was established and the Last year the club members to Mix the trip to the International Live Stock candidate for governor. In- has made arrangements with local
I honey, margarine, ,
\, demonstration is being conducted represent Florida at the National and beaten Silt the baking Show In Chicago as the championclub cluded In Read's itinerary will be net fishermen to handle all sharks I I

under the direction of County Club Camp were Martha Brelse, I' powder and flour egg. together. Stir In boy in his county. He has Pensacola, Madison, Gainesville, brought in by him. He also smokes 1

;P[ Agent D. M. TreadweU.'i Escambia county, Ruth Ansley, 'I alternately with flour and milk until won many other prizes In his coun- Marianna Tallahassee, Panama large jewflah, which he says taste I

I I Marlon county, Ralph Arant San full amount has been added. ty contests and has been a busy City, Jacksonville, St. Augustine, like roast pork after they are
Leesburg-L. C. Page Funeral. ta Rosa county and Herbert Fritz, I, club leader In his community Mr. Daytona Beach West Palm Beach, cured with hickory and water oak E3TRU01'lvm criticism I IMJ

::1 Home opened for business. Palm Beach county. CLEAN UP PECAN Blacklock explained. Miami, Fort Myers Sarasota St. smoke. never justified for Its ow flr<{
Bradenton sake. But to build we
GROVE NOW AND SEED SWEET POTATOES Petersburg Orlando, Tampa and, Sanford. Arcadia-Arcadia will present a clear the ground. We must rind ou
I And the Worst is Yet Come Lakeland,
to KILL MANY PESTS SHOULD BE SELECTEDAT more spectacular appearance than why the present Republican leads

TIME OF DIGGING Tampa Dreaming that he ever before on the occasion of the i ship bailt si> nnwl ely. We must d<
Gainesville, Fla.-All broken or 4th annual All-Florida termlne the causes that made tB
should feed his mule tied up In the Championship -i
dead pecan twigs, and all mum- Gainesville, Fla. Seed sweet back yard, John Browning, 78, of Rodeo, to be staged here ,on old structure collapse. We mui
mied nuts, husks, or leaves shouldbe potatoes should be selected at November take borings to determine
dig- Plant City, walked out of his second 10, 11 and 12 this year.
:: knocked off the trees, and com- ging time, since that Is the timeto story bedroom window while Special attention la to be given to necessary character ot the founda

pletely turned under or burned as I eliminate trouble from such diseases asleep one night recently and died parades which will feature the tlon."
iii soon as possible, is the belief of e e
as mosaic and stem rote and five hours later in the Tampa hospital mornings, and two Rodeo perform-

t. i ? ... Z entomologists and pecan culturlsts to select the best tubers from the from Internal injuries.. Rushed ''antes will be given each day at "Hare the leaders of the RepuW
, of the Florida Experiment Station. beet hills, Erdman West, mycolo- to the hospital here in an ambulance 12:30 and 7:30 in the afternoons. can Party, under s captaincy

f I :Q' Ii. This refuse will serve as/a. har- gist at the Florida Experiment Browning told attendants I,The customary Rodeo features of, tlngulabed. daring tbe P" fou 4

"' bor for shuckworms, girdlers, and. Station, points out. he dreamed of going to feed his 1 broncho and steer riding, calf ropIng years by' error of :eadersblpbo/

'I.' .nuaLepy,. scab which may partly destroy Bedding tubers should be saved mule and be must have walked or ]\ wild cow milking and the like, willingness to face .
/ I tr rN next year's crop unless It Is from bills have made 11'will whole of curing the coai
'I prop- that good fell out of the window. The win- I .be supplemented this year by I theory leadIng
Jt'., erly disposed of, they say. I yields of potatoes that are of the dow was open and he was found an elaborate program of hippo- try's ills has been to call his con fe i ience
,; According to J. R. Watson, entomologist desired color and sufferers together In
shape. By selecting by members of his family on the drome stunts put on by a large I may *
l' the beetle that does all from such hills mosaic Is ground directly below. "wild west" company which has r to tell blm bow they nde
the girdling lays her eggs beneaththe practically eliminated been making the larger state fairs i healed; has this party I ask n tb

bark near the end of the twigs. When the hills have been selected -I Fort Lauderdale Floyd W In the north this summer and Is this leader suddenly. become count

; She then girdles the branch, it split the stem or crown of the Pyles foreman of the Fort Laud- coming to. Florida to winter. heaven sent healer of the ell tbs
drops to the ground, the eggs vines and look for stem rot. A who will now make well .
,1"i.i' hatch and the young thrive In the brownish color Instead of a Whit.: erdale, went Daily surf casting composingroom at Las Jacksonville Grand Depart- [ has been Ult In other words.IP""

dead wood. They 'make little or greenish color Indicates the disease hookeda to do business here. i the Republican elephant. be B...
; Olaa Beach last week. He which
growth In the winter, but grow and mould disqualify the hill. with the mire through
salt water catfish and the fish
4 ds' rapidly In the spring. Hickoryand Tubers from such s vine would the | wandered blindly during thminN
hooked Pyle. While removing by
four suddenly
persimmon trees are affected likely Infected -MILITANT-MARY ] years,
produce weak. writ
/ fish from the hook It plunged the a sacred
and clean-up measures should Include draws, and only serve to scatter I j ever night become w b
4' horny spike, which lays alonside parity
I IfF *' elephant spotless
them. Australian are Infection. tb
pines the the gill into Pyles' band wedgingthe '| 'survivalofthefittest worshipped and followed by
girdled but eggs are not layed on After the hills have been dug the of his Ih. merelY *.
fin against palm people, or has he
the twigs, he said. only the brtgttt clean, and uninjured hand so it couldn't be removed. scrubbed and white-walked by e,
Scab is carried over the winteron should be saved tbs
potatoes as hope
Clasping the fish with both hands sing showmen In the
the husk, leaves, and mummied seed These Pyle. went to a hospital where the they can deceive a
nuts, according to O. H. Blackmon Istored In new bins ?-
or bur more
fin was cut off with bone pliers e.botWHYAre.1Mre.ae torate for four :years
pecan culturlat. A good clean-up :and containers and should be
: ,, before an Incision could be madeto e .
: program followed :treated when MW
I by carefully they are bedded. remove the spike. "Government cannot prevent
planned spraying will keep the The bins and containers
maybe ; erron
.. Individuals from making
scab under control he said disinfected with either a formaldehyde rnanyfolK can
r6.r- Tallahassee-Florida State Col- judgment But s>vennent P
The shuckworm passes the winter or blueetone solution define
lege for Women, has gone Demo- around WHO vent to. a very great
n'- pr ... in the pupa or resting stage In one pound to 25 gallons of water, fooling of sensible people toro Ul

"'. -- the past season's shucksv but U the whitewash or ,sprayed with bor- dissolving one ounce of the crystals DIVE"THAT'LAWTHELIES ] ulsstatemeota and through tb

-- shucks are turned under they are deaux mixture. in eight gallons of water; They withholding ot Information Oil
; I" .-. '" unable to emerge and work their Before being bedded the potatoes should stay In. the solution for 10 ?? part of private. organl atlon van4 '

: way through the soil, states F. W should be dipped In a, solution minutes be allowed to dry and I. _j small which seek to arilvestIDenp

Walker assistant entomologist. of bichloride of mercury made by bedded Immediately. to the people

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thence run east 83 1-8 yard, thence lawful. and It shall be unlawful for NOTION' OF APPLICATION FOR a ''bod,...
South 178 yardn, th.nceVe..t 81 I-I anyone to cause or permit dogs to FOH TAX UHlHItAI. KCKOTIOW 'me Chief Justice shall preside
yard*, thence North to place of beginning enter upon this area.C. Notice l Ii hereby given, that V. R. will be held In each county In Tl.r- over each Divisionand tiv<*P. the
an to which property lh ('. WOODWARD Ida next the court and
ea( Ferguson, holder of part tax certificate on Tuesday succeeding acting as a single body
of you said defendant have or appear j State Game Commissioner first Mondav In November, A. D. when the Chief Justice Is disqualified
6th of .
to have Home !nter..nt. or lien Approved: 11. 1920.No.has S27 filed day Bald certificateIn August.A. 1931. the said Tuesdar. being theKlUirctl or la absent or ls.dlnbled frntu
by virtue of judgment by each ot DOYLE;! R. f.. CARLTON office 1 and made applicationfor D-AY or NOVHMRKHfor any ttause the Justice' oldest tn point:
you obtained. analnut A. A. I>urdn; Governor ot Florida. JO-8-8t-ll-ll my tax deed to Issue thereon In accordance the ratification or rejection nf of service .present and qualified.
and In nald cause the complainant I with law. Said certificate the' aald Joint Resolutions proposingamendments shall preside over the entire court
seeks. to subject the lien of said NOTICK OP KLECTIO1* to the Constitution of I and each division. thereof' until the
embraces described
Hi lamp mta ay Itet. H! Etta nt my ptlk Pula 119:105.Ifftittttt : Judgments to the lien of the coomplalnant' To the Sheriff of Bradford Countr. property situated the following In Bradford county the State. of Florida via: I' disability of the Chief Justice I la
mortgage, AND YOU A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing to removed.The .
of the State of Florida.: Florida' to-wlt:
AU religious teaching, doctrine or AND EACH OP YOU ,ar. hereby Be It Known. That t, R. A C1RAY.Secretary NWVt: ofTawtt of NEU Seo. S3. Tp. Amend Section. 6 of Article S of votes oast In compliance with'
IHTIHUI, creed, u they Me to have y cMm required to file with the clerk of of State of the State of 5 8. H. 22 Kast, containing 10 acres the Constitution of the state ofFlorida said. proposed amendments, and the
said court written Commissioners. canvass, declarations and return
your Relating to County
appearance ....
Florida do hereby give notice that a more or I.
love, loyalty and devotion of the people, must be in harmony with (personally or by attorney) In said OBNKRAL KLBCTIO1Twill The assessment of aald' propertyunder thereof, shall be subjected to the
l.rMnc of Jesus the Christ whose words fit into every fold and crevice suit on Monday the 6th day of I>e- be held In Bradford County. the said certificate Issued: was BW IT RKSOI.VKD: nr THK: t.iaaia- same, regulation* and restrictions an.
of whom It Mid in John cember UaI, and thereafter to file- In LATtJHH OF TUB STATB OF are provided by law for general
ahfhumS heart, and WM 7:46."NEVER MAN State d Tuesday nest 1 the name of Brevard Properties .
egrn\oh'\ In the state nf
written Florida
tour defenses. If any, to the irnM In No Company, FLORIDA: \elections
MAN.putoni .
.PAKE LIKE ot complaint In said cause atthe vember. A, D. 1932. the aald Tuesday Unless said certificate shall ba That. section S of Article S of the IN T10STIMONKY WHEREOF
mad Union counUee are Invited to uaa this de- time prescribed by :law. Herein being theEIGHTH redeemed according to law, tax. deed Constitution of the State of Florida, I have hereunto set
hsnd and
of fall not or judgment will I be enter* DAY OF NOVKMBHm will Issue thereon on the Hat day relating to county commissioners, be my affixed the !*
for new* of church activities, organizations and annotmoloace ed against you by default. For United State* Senator from of November, A. D. 1,... and the same Is hereby amended and Great Seal of the Htmte otSIBAL
freely given and no charg* made the enly requirement Done and ordered at Starke Brad the State of Florida for six years Dated) I hla 18th day of October. as amended Is agreed to and shall ( ) Florida, at Tallahassee, il
ford County Florida, this mh>> day A. 1831 submitted nf the the Capital, this the 1st
from March 4, 1938. D. ba to the electors
reach this offlc* before Wednesday mornlns
; .
auch Itexna ot day ot August A. D. 132.
that October 1932. For seven (7) Presidential Electors. O. W. ALDERMAN, State of Florida at the general election ,
be handled for current Isene. A. Z. ADKINS. (Seal!) Clerk of Circuit Court, of Representatives to be h.M In n. A. ORA Yl414tll4 .
Starke"1'. For Representative In Congress, Bradford County, Florida. 1931 for approval or rejection. Bald __ Secretary of mate.ritriAi .
I were far off are made nigh by the KNIOHT Solicitors& for KNIOHT, *. State of Florida at large.'h"u theSeventythird tO-ll-St-11-18 i Section t of Article I, as amended, n MASTF.irn .U.III
Complainant Congress of United shall read as follows, :
IIfflIOOL j blood of Christ. For he 1s our 1 t.f.Ge.U.I. States. NOTICH OF F.VAL! DlflOIARtltO Section t. Immediately upon the Notice la hereby given that the
S11NDAY peace, having abolished in his flesh I For Represenatlve of the Second Sixty daya after clat.1 hereof on ratification. of this amendment the undersigned Special Master In Chan.
MASTER'S SAMU Congressional District of the State to-wlt; the 29th day. of November, county commissioner of the .several ..cerv acting under the final decree
LESSON'1 the enmity, even the law of com I Notice Is hereby riven that under of Florida, In the Seventy-third 1932 I the undersigned Administrator counties of this state shall divide nf the Circuit Cnurt of the Twenty-
mandments contained In ordinances and by virtue of a final decree of Congress of the United State*. of the Kntate of Horace Mahry, their respective oountles Into Sixth Judicial Circuit of Florida, In
Florida. five commissioners'' districts, to be and for llradfnrd County. In Chancery
foreclosure made and rendered by For Governor of the State ef deceased will present my vouchers
FOR NOVEMBER 6, 1932I : And came and preached the Hon. A. V. IMTIX. Judge of the and final account as suvh Administrator numbered respectively. from one to In that certain .... wherein
peace to you which were afar off, I Circuit Court of the 8th Judicial For !Secretary! of State of the to the Honorable Oeo. A. five, Inclusive, and each district, Italph .'I. Olnver la the PlaIntiff and
State shall be an nearly! as possible eiual. T. II. Kdwants and Anna Edwards,
Circuit of Florida. In and for Alachua of Florida. narJIner County Judge In and for ;
I Subject: The Christian and and to them that were nigh. For| County, In Chancery, durlnir For Attorney General of the Uradford. County, Florida and ask In proportion to population n.id his wife are defendants" rendered
through him we both have access the absence of the Honorable A. Z. State of Florida. for his approval of same and my thereafter. there shall be In each. of and entered. on Inn 13th day of October
World Peace. For ofFlorida. such districts a c-ountv commissioner l"31. will sell during the legal
Adklns Judge oC the 28th Judicial Comptroller of the State discharge aa such Administrator.
I Golden Text: "Blessed are- thee by one Spirit unto the Father. Now I Circuit from the said 26th Judicial This SOIh day. of September. 1838.MILLUR who shall be elected by the qualified hours of sale: : on Monday, the 7th day
lakers: for they shall bo therefore ye are no more strangers Circuit dated the goth day of Oc For Treasurer of the State of I. JOHNS : electois of:falDfl'rn'r: : ; at the nt November. 1982, at the Southtlonr
Florida. '9-80-9t-ll-tft AdmLnlat ralor. time and place ntuercounty nf the courthouse In Starke.
tober 1932 In that
ed I the children of God." Matt. : and foreigners, but fellow citizens therein lately pending between cause The For Superintendent of Public Instruction officers' and shall hold, his Bradford County Florida, tn the
with the saints, and of the Federal Lard Bank of Columbia of the State'of Florida. NOTICE or UPKCIAI. MA TMH' office for four years; pre>vtded, however blithest and best binder, for cash. the
.. that the county vommlnfltonerselected following described
property lyingand
For Commissioner of Agriculture HALM
"' Plaintiff
Psalm 72.9-17 household of God. But God expects and Barbara Morgan, widow In the election In I
Lesson Text: : j of the State of Florida general being In the. County of Bradford
et al Defendants. .
His Individual followers to the undersigned For Three Justices of the Supreme Notice Is hereby given that under lUll from the even numbered districts '. State nf Florida, known and
Le 2:1319.: who wai therein appointed and by virtue of that certain. final .
Court of the State of Florida. shall serve for two years andthose described as:
["While the Bible la a master spread his teachings. .as, Special Master. In Chancery toexecute For One Railroad Commissioner decree of foreclosure and sale made from the odd ,t.umbered districts I.I The MRW., of 3W14 of Seitlnn' lIt
the same, will on Monday on D. shsll serve for four years, and Twii.. 6, H.' R, 10 East. and NWli nfNRH
of literature, it la above all a the Kth day of December, 19S8. duraInN' of the State of Florida. ebttt'.l; fo : ::ml'.erZ.A
jc' For State Senator. for Fifteenth 1983, o Adklns. thereafter. the terms shall be four' of Section 18, Twp. 6, S. R. 10
Iractlcal book. The God who Inpired PRESBYTERIAN the legal hours of sale, before I Judge of the Circuit Court duties and .
!Senatorial! District of the State of years. The powers, coin.poriMntlnn Hunt, containing 80 acres more or
.... the court house door, In Starke, ; :
.- Florida. In and for Bradford County Florida of such county, cumwla* less.
of the Booku
the writing Florida, sell to the highest .and best In Chancery In that certain ault slonerH shall bo preticrlbed by law, The said. property will be sold. tosntlofy
For One member of the Ilotme of
Services Sunday, November 6, as bidder, for cash, the following described
the maker of man and knew Inncln : Representatives. of the State of Florida. therein pending wherein Virginia- A JOINT RRNOLUTION Proposing the above mentioned decree
for all time. The Chris- follows: sltnute, lying and being Carolina. Chemical Corporation acorporation. an Amendment to Section 1 and to 'of foreclosure.
II i needs 10( school T. S. In lirad ford County Florida- For County Judge. Is complainant and I* Section 4 of Article V nf the Constitution (Signed) PI. K FERRYMAN
a. m. Sunday to-wlt
III'S duty to promote world peace I : For Sheriff. R. Oalney and Mary J. (lalney I hla of Flotilla Rolntlntf to Itl: >oclal MMt'r'IMiiliutrrs
with the fact that Christ, Williams acting supt. ...iyho.rr1.f: A.the S.SR:4. loss' rlght-of- For Clerk of the Circuit Court wife, are defendants;., which snlil decree >h .tiidlnlary Department.ui J. U FRA7ER.
tarts 11. A O. Railway,
appears In the office of the ? IT. RKsoLvrcn HT TIIW rvKUia-': Solicitor 10-14-41-11-4
Individual heart. 11 a. m. Morning worship, sermon being a strip 200 feet wide .across For County Assessor of Taxea, .. I
ves peace to the For Tax Collector. Clerk of ald Court at Starke, Flor r.ATUIinj OF! THE STAT OF .
of Christ tends toward by the pastor. Theme, "Our .same and the SE<4 of the NI3W. allb.lnll' For County Superintendent of ida. In Chancery Order Book 7, at FLORIDA : NO'I'lt'f] TO i>.Mirrnii ANI
e i Spirit In Section 8, Township 7 Public Instruction.For page 115, et seq., the undersigned as That the following amendment to c'111:111: "run*
e/ln all the relations between Citizenship. 8. H. 20 H, containing 118 acres, County Surveyor. Special I Master appointed said "Rrttlon 8 and to 8..t'II.m 4 of Article Notice Is hereby. given that all
well aa between nations 6:30: p. m. Christian Endeavor more or less, For Five County Commissioners. cause, will offer for sale and will V of the Constitution of the State' of creditors lefrateos, distributees and
as with the
Topic "Effect of Military TrainIng appurtenances. Said sale For Three Members of the County sell at public outcry to the highest Florida .be, and the same Is horebvagreed all persons having claims against'
ad In spite of the turmoil, sin to he made pursuant to said decree Board of Public Instruction. .and best bidder or bidders for canh to and shall lie submitted to tha estate of Uuy O. Cndr,. deceased.;
la Our Colleges. to satisfy the same and costs. during tha legal, hours of sale, towlt the electors of Florida. hereby
ates, Christ is yet to be the For Justice of the Peace In and the State of are requested to present
7:30: p.' m. Evening worship B. K PISRR.YMAN. for the following Justice Districts, between eleven o'clock In the at the next general election to beheld thvlr claims to tlm Hon. U..... A.
of the universal The Ac Special Master In Chancerv, forenoon and o'clock In the
peace vie.; two on the first. Tuesday after the Oardlner, Cuunty Judge of Bradford
Cation is upon the church toe song and sermon. Z.AYTON & GRAY. 10-18-6t.I1.25. No. One. afternoon. In front of the Bradford. first Monday In November 1038 for County, Florida, for the spKrovnl -
Prayer meeting Wednesday at No. Two. County Court house In the City of ratification or rejection.Sootlon within! one year. from date
i peacemaker. Jesus declared NOTICE] No. Eight. Starkei li% said Bradford, County 1. The Supreme Court or this notice will be held In
Blessed are the peacemakers for 7:30: p. m. IVutlre for A cordial invitation to all our In I'M I on snd llrm.Uorrt C..... Justice Districts, via.t November, A. D. 1982 the same being who shall be elected by the qualified to said estate are requested to pay
hey Bhlll be called the children ofM. .tl.. .. Clame Krfnse No. One. a 1"lIalll..le". day and a Rule Day electors of the state at the time their said debts forthwith to the
." services extended to aIL Under authority of Section 7 No. Two. of said court the mortgaged property and places of voting for of undersigned executrix.
J Chapter lSfl4t. Laws of Florida Acts No. Eight. final decree the legislature. The r'f"I.: This 80th dav of p !
rre'\nlnn'-: \
Going/ hurriedly over the scrip- BAPTISTWorship of 1929, notice Is hereby given that In Testimony Whereof. I have here and .:: : : fo County, of each Justice shall be alx years, MKS. FLORA D..I :'iiUI.
named for the lesson we on and after November 20th 1132. unto set my hand and affixed the Florida. described as follows! The terms of office ot the Six Justices 0-89-41-11-85. Executrix.
the I for: period of five years, a certain I Qreat Seal of the State of Florida Lot Ten. ((10) Block Sixteen (16) now constituting: the Supreme,
in, Psalm 22:27-28: "For at 11 a. m. Subject ofpastor's In Union and Bradford countieswill at Tallahassee the Capital, this the Ward City.I Florida, (now Brnoker Court shall not be affected by this
tub of the world shiUI remember be closed as a game refuge. first day of September. A. D. 1932. Florida) of Section Eight (8) Township : amendment. Their successors nhallbe
the sermon will be Spiritual The boundary line description of SEAL) R. A. DRAT, Seven ((7) South Range Twenty elected. In the same manner and till
turn Into the Lord For
ml -
Freedom. "Ye shall know the this area Is as follows: secretary of State. (20)) East at the same time and places as required
Jnjdorn la the Lord's." And In Beginning at the Southeast. Corner To Hon. W. J. Kppermvn, Sheriff, The same being sold. to satisfy by the Constitution before
Is and truth and the truth shall make you of Section 9 Township 5 South, Bradford County Starke, Fla said decree. this amendment. Upon the ratification
Psalm a prayer a prohoy free." "If the Son therefore shall Range tit East, In Bradford county; 1-8-8t.U.4. 1 D. 15' KNIQITT, nf this amendment It shall be
Is merciful to and thence running North feet 10-7-6t-ll-4. Special MasterJVOTICB the, of the Onvernor
"God us 11,880 ; duty tn appoint for Your
make free shall be free indeed.
you ye thence Went 1,320 ft. thence North i one additional theHiipreme
!ta us that thy way may < ." 1.320 ft.! thence West 10.560 c ft.; KLKC-TIO.I or APPI.I.'AT.O., 'FOn ::: Court and IIJ't: : ethl office
Down upon the earth-let the peo- thence,, south 1,320 ft. thence west TAX I1HKI1<: from the date of his appnlntment OcLAMPorLANTERN/
Rev. J. O. SheffeM. religious director 2,640 ft. thence louthwest 8,530 ft. The Board of County commissioners Notice Is hereby given that II. D. until Tuesday after the first
st praise thee O let the nations at the state farm, will thence South 1,760 ft. thence west of Bradford County at their May holder of tax Certificate No. i Monday In January, 1036, and whose
i glad and sing: for Joy. Then 1,820 ft. thence south 8.880 ft. thence meeting held in Starke on Monday 848 the 7th day of July A. D. 1930 i successor shall be elected nf the
preach at 7:30( p. m. We will all West 1,820 ft. thence South 1,820 ft. October 3rd, appointed the following has filed said certificate In my office general election In 1914 to hold of
nil the earth yield her increase enjoy hearing him and our young thence West 8,620 ft. to county line; Clerks and Inspectors to serve at and made application for tax fice for a term of six I years ;beginning : {ANY KIND >)>
kxl shall bless us; and all the their also to New Illver, the division between the General Election to be held at deed to Issue. thereon In accordance Tuesday after the first Mnnday NEVCQImmm
earth shall fear him." people will attend and bring the two counties; thence 1.- the several precincts within with InW. Said certificate embraces In January, 1936 and thereafter the on *
nil of the friends. Let us give our young 760 ft. In Union county. This point ford County on Tuesday, Hr..d.1 the following described property situated successors of the jtistloee of the Supreme
Our lesson next quotes from Sheffeld and Is the Southeast corner of the Southwest 8th: In Bradford County, Florida, court shall be elected at the
brother a large appreciative quarter of the Northwest quarter Predlnct Tjiwtey James to-wit I general election next preceding the
72 where the author said,
Psalm audience.B. of Section 11 In Union and Rosier, rkoT.; -1-1B: c ;;;: R. El. I 8 '4 of NBJ14 NEW of sm" S.o. expiration of their terms of office
They! that dwell In the wilderness Y P. Unions Sunday at 6:30: ford counties: thence running Drad-I Blanchard and J. B. Austin, InspeoPrectnct ST. Twp. 7 H. It. 21 14 1..0 acr.... respectively, except In case of anelnctlon \
stuB how before him; The kings 1,820 ft. thence West 1..4!40 ft. tO The Assessment nf said property to rill an unexplred. term ofa NEW LAMPS lot
p. m. north 0,980 ft. thence West No. I North, Starke F. under the said certificate iMvueu. wa* Justice whose term of office! may
rf THrahlsh and of the isles shall Midweek service Wednesday at thence North 6.280 ft. thence West M. Norman, .clerk<| F. Kick liter, In the name of Buck A Buck have become vacant.feloctlon eldl Now yaa can
ring presents; Tea, all kings 1.820 ft. thence North 2.640 ft. thence Fred Scott and Dr. \V. O. Parka, In Unless said. certificate shall be I 4. The Supreme Court: may (el |1.30 tradeinallowance
7:30: p. m. Went 6,600 ft. thence South 1,820 ft. spectors.Precincts. redeemed according to law, tax hear, consider and determine causes. for your
tall fall down before him; and all I thence Went 2,640 ft. thence South No. 8, South Starke-J.U deed will Issue therenn on the 14th and exercise all Its powers and jurludlctlnn '/ old lamp or lantern
utlona shall serve him. For he NOT.CEn.ir 6,600 ft, thence East 1.120 ft. thence Peek, clerk j George Young W. M. dav of November A. I). 181. .as. a single body In wfilchcase
South 2.640 ft. thence West 2,640 Oliver and T. N. Kendrlck, Inspectors. Dated this 10th day of October, a majority of the members of /.tan a new, opto
iill deliver the needy when he ; State of Florida; to John K. ft. thence South J.640 ft. thence East A. D. 133. the court shall constitute a quorum ,. data Colemanl Pro-
llietb; The poor also and him A Company, a corporation, 2,640 ft. thence South 2.640 out Precinct No. 4, Graham-K. T. Abernathy O W. AT.DKRMAN: for the dispatch of business or It .. due op to 30O candlepower >
shall whom principal place of business thence Kast. 1,320: ft. thence: clerk; K C. Smith John (Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court, insy. exercise Its powers and Jurisdiction light for
Hut hath no helper. He In Baltimore, Maryland, and Wear- 1.220 ft. thence West 1,820 ft. thence McKlnney and W. T. McEver, Inspectors. Bradford County Florida. In two divisions, under such .
Vtra the poor and needy. He shall Well Corporation a corporation South 8,980 ft. thence Southeast I,- 10-14-Bt-ll-ll. regulation as may be determined by :::::onl, I a night.r&NNEWLOW.
and whose principal place of business Is 960 ft. to county. line; also to New Precinct No.5, Hampton/ -C. B. the I oure. Kaeh division shall consist
redeem their soul from deceit Baltimore Maryland, and Craddock- I River, the division line between the Harper, M. NOT1CM or KMOCTIOVWhereas r>f three members of the court
violence; and precious shall their Terry Company a corporation, two counties; thence 6,620 ft to a Taylor a'.lr':1.Y.: : Oitho'I'P I tne legislature of 1081. and the Chief Justice who shsll by ""
\ whose principal place of business I.1 point 440 ft. West of the Southwestcorner I under the constitution: : of 1K6S, of virtue of his position as Chief Justice PRICES.
tod be in his sight. Prayer also Lxnchburg;. Virginia, : each of the Northwest quarter of I I tors.Precinct No. 6 Thereasa-John the State of Florida, did pass two be >.a member of each division .
'hill he made for him continually; of you are hereby rlenh a: the Northeast quarter of Seo.: 17 In Flail clerk; n. L. Illnson. 8. R.Swindell Joint Resolutions proposing. amend .and the judgment of either Division Al little as |3.45 and
ud shall he be His ult haa been brought against you Bradford County thence, running and A. I* SuUlvan Inspectors. menls tn the constitution of the concurred In by all the members nf font old lamp or
dally praised. In the Circuit Court ot Bradford Kast 8,980 ttl) thence North 1,220 ft; state of Florida, and the same were such Division shall be the judgment lantern now bar* a CoI.man.SeeYourLocalDea .
name shall etfdure for ever; and County, Florida In Chancery, by thence East 0,240 ft. thence North I I Precinct No. 7, New River-8. I* agreed to by a vote of threefifthsof of the court. The concurrence of a
!Ben shall be blessed in him all Bank of Starke, a corporation organised 7,920 ft; thence West 1.820 ft. thence Crews, clerk ; F). A. Sapp, R. t. Turner all the members elected to each malnrlty' of the members of the
; and existing under and by North 2,640 ft; thence Bast 17.160: ft. ,. and J. J. Thomas, Inspectors. house; that the votes on said Joint nnuit shall he necessary. to a deoln*
nations shall call him blessed'" virtue of the lawa of Florida wherein to the Southeast corner of Section I Precinct No 8, Brooker-M. P. Matheny Resolutions were entered upon their Inn .and judgment of the court, r
A writer has said "Whatever the relief ought l la the foreclosure In Bradford county or from whence clerk; U H. Ualney B. L. respective Journals, with the yea* whether the court Is titling In two Writ. I/,
of mortgage over the followlntf the line began.. Prescott and R. B. Ilanen InspeorW and nays thereon, and they did d... divisions or when acting as a single, or
tlM! Christianity may believe in, it described property to-wlt: Pursuant to the provisions of the .... termlne and direct that the said body.
oust believe in God. Father of all Lota 17 18, U and 20of Block Section 7 referred to above the taking J. I* UNDKRH1LI*, Joint Resolutions be submitted, to I All capital cases, all cases Involving The Celemaa Lamp Cr Sieve Ce.WIcKlta .
14 according- the Enaey survey hunting, pursuing or molesting Chairman, Hoard nf County Oommlsklnners the electors of the state at tfie Oen the determination <>t state IC... 'hil. .I..hl.. ft.CklMte .
men; It must believe in men of every of Hampton, Florida! alao of game upon these lands will be un* Bradford County, Fla. eral Election In November 1932. or federal constitutional questions III. let AtUi C:.ll(.
tribe tongue people and nation ning 185 yard cant of the hegln.1 lawful and the possession of guns ATTEST: NOW. THEREFORE] I, R. A. Or ay, and such other cases, ss may be directed H
ner of NEH: of NEVi In or other devices for the taking of Q. W. A ALDERMAN:!: Reoretary nf State of the State 01 by the court shall be determined (LTIS-Xt 4 '
as God's children: it must Townahlp 7 South, Range 12 Ka.t, ,I game upon these lands shall be un I I Clerk. 10-7-U-10-2I Florida do hereby give notice thai by the court acting as a single n
believe In the Kingdom of God on I __ n_ ___ n_ _____ __ ___

*earth.not narrowly The spirit nationalistic of Christianity but THEMAIN THING ON MAIN STREET By JL.' R Van Zelrri

universally inclusive. .When the

world, therefore organize> Itself mnit'lt i UZJ ""AH. "!olE. AST 'iVl COIN* ToOAST t GOT A BlO6 -

< the bases of belligerent nationalism I ::1 ME 12) COME AH* ME. TOBRiN HE WANT? MEto

in the very genius of the MAIM STREET'S ... BRlHG SOME O'MY <3 ALONG BCtNCJ A

Christian gospel la at stake. Once I BEST NEWS RAPE R.. YOU GCHLS' FM""'
aor we can have'our Christianity. COIN "-0. LO4T MOiTAHERN : FGOM E CD .

aur old war systems or.we cane THE RIDE EM CLUB MQ VAtt 1' "T'.E LAUtit>ln' < MVHEBS ..

Christianity, but we cannot : PAQj'l ? RUINED MOST AIN'T FIT To
permanently have both. They I IN SESSION .
worship irreconcilable
May, we not each of us adopt ;t\ WHAT 5
\\be declaration of Joshua in his

!ut address to the Hebrews: "But THE BABY" CABQlAcJE WE

IS for me and my house, we will BRIGADE, GOT IN ITSDEADL'f

*w the Lord""

Our lesson also refers to Isaiah CAf WHEN t'UlS.lAH
'M from which "And
we quote.
1)OO"-EM' -
""ny people shall go and say,

1nnI. and let us go up-to the COMING PAOTV WAS

haute of the Lord-for out of Zion DISCUSSED IN GREAT

IIIa11 go forth the law and he DETAIL.DOROTHY.

Iba11 Judge among the nations do. cS

!lid they shall beat their swords in- lf

* Plowshares, and their spears ta"prunlng ,

hooks; nation shall not u ..... -
|up> word against nation, neith-
Iball they learn DARNIT,
war any more. By SMcManu
u ""My be discouraging when we
ourselves, "When shall this In""D ...H''O'
.* ..
but It is not for us to give t
....1 w rker: that ta Ood' part of DAN ER'$ WH (? AOOUTS THIS HOUSEDOROTHY. I I

28:18-20: When Jesst -
met his disciples Jesus

uTj *?<1 "Pake unto them, saying

:' Jesus came and spake unto

tar:" saying, all power is given

Co me in heaven and In earth

e therefore, and teach all nail -

baPtizing them In the um.

and( the Son and

t 10) Holy Ghost: Teaching them

""*erve all things whatsoever I

_;-Kminanded\? you: and. 1. l

IIIcI you always, even unto the
Thta the wor'd. AmenIs ." -

doubtless tho greatest

nd on the teachings of
xw> However good such pur-

""' growing out of honesty and

* 1 laay be' the addition of

2"P m of Christ will make tbetnre

2phealal18 2. Paul "711, '"In e..,," tI\ "' "' -.JtJ"

. Jesus who sometimes .


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A STUPID 8V8TEH quirln' every man woman and child;r Unless Bald Certificat-

Bradford .County Telegraph In Florida to visit this section bew I'' deemed aceordin5 to la... .abSIl.., 1,
I "'"1. i..". thereon I. d.
.1, ,. Established On Tuesday, men and women Allover F The Man fore rd permit 'em to lay claimto leoember. A. n. 1931.01\ tit .tb a",

1S77 the United States will arrive Forgotten possessin an education. And at I A.Dated D, 1131.this inddM) ."'1>.
at the polls and go through the the same time rd make these peppy O. ''W.

MEMBER. amazingly stupid red tape of voting ," ;; By EDWIN MARKHAM Mlamlans. hop In their cars and Seal) Bradford Clerk AI./.cnMAN"It/ 'ull (:oi.rt
for seven electors Instead of. take a little jaunt to other sections I 11.4-St-lI-S. Conlll' Flo.1\!

; FLORIDAPRESS ASSOCIATION directly for the man they want to I of the State. then everybody

!( % be made prealdent. II >> } would come back home all burdened I BOTiCEoiPAjjjjT.110 TAX DEED. i P la

.. 1Q32 This confusing piece of' out : down with new ideas and Florida Notice I I. hereby given, 'Ihal

[) twaitd ':J udcz," 1'1. .. worn political machinery Is known I 2':. r, u.41 # would go.,ovef the top like a I ay tlon Corporatjo, bolder of tax.. )o'iorld" CO.Por Wa,
I ce.Uflrata
.1 j I No. 89. 8th 1"1
as the electoral system. It had : ) ZepptUn.. day ot AUlI'uot
I" ;J" I 1918. b.. Sled acid A.
Its origin In a compromise made office and mad. .e'I'flcal. i iI In n,
Second Class by the fathers of the constitution 444 And now the Clearwater Cham- I deed to issue thereon.pPUl'lUlon for t,.
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as t4"" 4A ..... I with la... Said In accord.n,
In 1787. These men had lived under ber of Commerce Is all worked up the followlnlf certificate 5nbr...
the Post Office at Starke Florida deecrlb"t
Matter at.
.. ,. monarchy all their lives, fought about the new geography books situated In liradford prop", ,

I to free themselves f.om It, yet i "t; somebody wished on us, and object Ida NM14. to-wit of NE: OOUnly Plo

E. S. Matthews ._______."__ _...______- Owner and'Publisher still did not trust the Judgment of I to. bavin' them kind of playthings li.?. containing% Sec.to 34 acrerVort S.

J. C. Robinson _____-____w_______.._____ Managing Editor the common people. They were passed out to our boys and girls. The assessment. of .
afraid that if given full power to -A L& under,the said certificate in>ii Prwa "

elect a president the people might From readln it you get the ImpressIon In the name of B j. rjw i 101.,
SUBSCRIPTION RATE Unto*. said certificate hi*
choose the most popuplar, not necessarily that the United States Is detmed. to law shall .*<
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance the best 11 fitted and drift Nor on our golden fortunes twiktai J ktgb- a nick-name for a place called of will issue therein on th lax.Ih de d""

Advertising Rates on Application back Into the monarchy. They did Not on our boasts that soar into the sky-; CALIFORNIA which la bounded on Vim"December A.8n<1 D day 1933 of *
not want to1 leave the election of Not upon these is resting in this hour I the west by the Pacific Ocean on A Vomb

Presidential Electors the president to Congress for that The fat. of the future but upon the power the south by Mexico, on the,north (Seal) Clerk O. W. ot ALDERMAN Circuit ,
Democratic Cot
would have disturbed the checks i Of him who is forgotten-yes, on him I by a sister state and on the east ll-4-Bt-ll Bradford. County Vlorld

: Group No. 1-Hugh C. Sparkman and-balanccs system of govern. II Rest all our hopes reaching from rim to rim. I by the ALSO-RANS.
ment making the legislative NOTICE OF APPM-Allo:
In him we see all of earth's toiling bands ,_ >To7
1' Group No. 2-W. B. Lanier branch supreme. With crooked backs, scarred faces, shattered hods.I The book grudgingly admits that Notice !I. hereby TAX HEED irlven. that

Group No. 3-George M. Dorman > Consequently, they compromised I r there is a place called Florida, but ay Corporation, a Florida Corpof,

Group No. Williard ,W. Ayres on the Electoral system. Bach: I H E seeks no office! and he asks no praise the way it's described leaves a No.tion*77.holder 6th of day tax ot c.rtllUau July. A D.1-1)9"
state was to appoint one Electorfor I guy wonderln' WIlY. About the has filed said certificate In
his ;
For all the patient labor of day*. my
IP Fairbanks .
William f tc
No. 5 and made
g .Group each of Ita members'la both lie Is the'one supporting the huge weight: '." only excuse It has for existence Is deed to Issue thereon application In for t u

r Group No. 6-Herbert William Fisher Houses of Congress. These Bl.o-.> He is the one guarding the country's gate. L to serve as a breach-of-promlse with law Said certificate accord.embnu
T. McClellanFor tors were to be men of high stand. | ,1\ between the Gulf of Mexico and the the following described proper 3
No. 7 G. Group He.bear* the) burdens on these earthly ways: situated In Bradtor l county Plo
ing In the community, and were to Atlantic Ocean. IdA.. to-wit:
Governor-Dave Sholtz vote for ANYONE_ they thought We,pile ,the debts he is the one who pays. I BE" of SEH Sec. 31, Twp, 7 8
of State-R. A. Gray. He is the one who holds the solid power I : J* *!>. Containing; 40 acre, more
For Secretary most desirable for-President. To Now we found out what those ...".
For United States Senator-Duncan U. Fletcher remove the Electors from direct To steady: nations in their trembling hour. : California press agents do for alivin' The assessment of said prop rd
contact. with the Federal Govern. Behold him as he silently goes by, between booms-they write under In the said certificate I Imj,,
For Congressman-at-Large J. Sears For it is at his word that nations die. warn name of Hampton TI.7
ment, they provided' that too'Senator I I school books. Timber Co. L

Congressman, Second District-R. A. Green. I' t or Representative person ,, deemed Unless according said certificate to law shall tax bs dt,,
,- For Comptroller M. Lee. .. holding any' olflce''of trust under SHATTERED with loss and lack But at that it won't hurt our will issue thereon on the 6th daii

For Attorney General-C D. Landis. I the United Staeta 'should be appointed lie is the man who holds upon his back ,' youngsters to take a lesson or December Dated. this, A. 2nd D. 1932.day of No, "'b,
ry an elector. I The continent and all its mighty loads- "",' < two from California. If we ever A. D, 19U. \

r For Treasurer-W. V. Knott. For a while the system worked This toiler who makes possible the roads include -a course on go-get-'em I II (Seal. ) Clerk O. W.of ALDERMAN circuit Cot

For Supt. of Public Instruction-W. S. Cawth n. perfectly but In time the' nation ,On Which the gilded thousands travel free- .' I salesmanship In our achqols rm In Bradford C.'o\lnly Plot,

For Commissioner of Agriculture-Nathan Mayo. split into party factions. All Makes possible our feasts our roaring boards.I favor of let tin' a Californian write 11-4-5t.12.I.

states placed the*.'erection of electors OW' pomps, our easy days, our golden boards. lit. :When it comes to sellin' a big NOTICBJ OF APPLICATION FOil
/ For Justice of the Court Rivers Buford Fred TAX UKKII: :
Supreme |
In the hands 'of 'the'people He Idea, those folks out there have
gives stability to nations: he Notice IB hereby given that Wlir ,

II. Davis, William II. Ellis. and it' soon became the custom, 'Makes,, possible our nation, sea to sea. got the rest of the world lashedto tlon. Corporation holder of, lax a Flor"l. t'orpmr SI,

For Railroad Commissioner! B. Douglas.,- made possible, by the. two-party His itjepgt-h makes possible our college:walls> -. a banana tree, and the reason Is of No. 270. 6th day certificate of Julv. A. f
system, for the parties to nominate Makef' possible our legislative halls- they did a darn good job of selltn' I 1926 baa filed laid. certificate
.. -0 : I my office and made appilatlonI \
their own electors. sworn to vote Make,possible our churches soaring high themselves before they started I tax deed to Issue thereon, In iccoii
for the party's candidate, and for ., out to crowd it on the rest of the alice with law. Bald rorllflratt e f
.1 Who was it that said, "VOTE or SHUT UP" ? the voter to vote for the entire With spires,,the fingers pointing to the sky. \.. world. They've been slapping I property braces the situated following In Bradford duicrlil coul

---0. block of electors under one candi- themselves on the back so long ty Florida, to-wit: f
date '. SHALL then this man go'hungq' here in lands I Ny" of NE EU, of SWH L
i rather than to vote for them and tellln each other how good !ttwP. .
NEW Sec.
27, 78 R. 22 E. j
The Literary Digest poll remains unchanged this week. ( c<
as Individuals. Blest by his honor builded by his hands they are that they not only BELIEVE taming 100 aoree more or lea I
Hoover 57 electoral votes Roosevelt 474. Do something for him let him be I The ameaament of xalil. propnti,
r ) ; Under this system, our nation, : never it themselves, but they sell under the Bald certificate, |MI,|
& C otherwise commonly accepting majority : Forgotten: let him have his daily bread: I the idea to the whole cockeyed was In the name of Unknonn.UnledB .
lie who has fed let him Bald certificate shall b. I r
rule, may put a presidentinto us, now be fed. country. deemed according to law tax ii'l
!& Our farm news says that peach tree borers can be killed office' who was not the recip- I Let us remember all his tragic -f will iBnue thereon on the [th day I

:: with paradichlorobenzene. So can a copy reader. ient of the highest number of pop- Remember, or else be ourselves forgot! I II And while readln, writiu' and December Dated thin A.2nd D. 1033.day of Novembi 1

ular votes. arithmetic are important and all A. D. 1933. f
o I A LL honor to the one that in this hour ,' I O. W. ALDERMAN [
Some that, if we could just find 'a way Coui
occasions on which the (Seal) Clerk of Circuit
A headline in an exchange says "Man Succumbs After ple's will has not: been executed i Cries to the world as from'a lighted tower > :..'. to instill into the hearts and mindsof ll-4-6t-12-2.Bradford County Flork

Hitting Wife on Head." Very well but what about the wife? occurred when Hayes bad fewer l Cries for the Man Forgotten. Honor the one our boys and girls the IDEA -
popular votes than I 'Who asks for him a glad place in the sun. that FLORIDA is the original cat'sankle ,
in 1876 I NOTICE OF" APPI "%T1H FOil
o and Cleveland more than HarrisonIn He is a voice for the voiceless. Now indeed, a direct decendant of the TAX DEED I
that cries the Garden of Eden and Heaven's Notice I. hereby "Ivon. that wnl
jy*JlaY a tongue mortal need.
Thirty or forty dollars is a lot ol money. This is whatit 1888. These anomalies are due ? I I ay Corporation, a Florida Corporatlon. ;
nearest and 'em to
to the fact that the competitor get holder of tax certificate If
cost) the city when a pile of lumber was deliberately set on of state Is electoral vote I c.,7rl... 1912, Idwi. MarUntI stand up and yell about it like I of ?'lo, 83. 4th day of Ainrunr. ,
a not I .
directly proportioned D. 1924 ha. filed said c rtifl<-
fire alarm to be tb turned in. .. they do for our "FlghthV Gators," I .
Monday night, causing an to Is population or voting I I In my office and marie .ppllrall
I.. why weed go by California like I for tax deed to lamie thereon In ail
o strength. Every state has two I Those who:have "been worryingI as Rupert's salary Is merely being she was standin' stULI I cordanc with law.. Ralii ccrtlflrnBembraces dPMcrlprop..rty '
the Followlnfr
electors for its two Senators, and I about' the city paying for the I adjusted, he had better stay. An I situated In Dradfordty. cue
Kenneth Friedman in Florida Highlander says that as many more as It has congressional -I J party, needn' The boys do not adjustment is nothing like a re NOTICH OP APPLICATION FOR Florida, to-wit:

blacksnake eggs have a satiny surface apparently sprinkled fourteen representative's. There are I I gt remembered for false,alarms.It duction. I Notice Is hereby TAX DEED given, that War. I R.SB(4 II( E.of containing SKVi\ Sec. 40 17,acres Twp me 7,

with salt. Why doesn't some poultryman suggest the idea small states with a combined <- My own business Is coming along ary Corporation. a Florida Corporation I or less
population only twothirdsas holder of tax certificate No. I The eBSmnt of nld propeia
happened ,during a bridge fine. It was sold on the court house 261, 4th day of *uKu.t. D. 1924, under the said certlflmt" IMUIwn "
t to hens? great as that of New York, but game the other evening.: One of j steps last Friday but there were has .., said certificate "in my office 'I .* In the name of J. O W'p.VerI I

o votes which possess fifty-five electoral the player, before attempting a\t no bidders. So the sheriff let me deed and to Issue made thereon application In accordancewith for tax I Unlace according Bald certificate law.shall las be.de.med nf ri

to New York's forty-flve. finesse said, '"Lord be with me."1 keepIt.. That makes the best I law. Said certificate embraces will issue thereon on the 6th day I
.41 Bootleggers are now using smoke screens from, fleeing It Is wrong to cling; tr, a. system Then after thinking a moment month I've had since the upturn. the following": described property. I I December, A. D. 1032 of NovomM i
In Bradford
situated county l Dated thla 2nd day
automobiles to prevent the law from following. A much that leaves a vast number of longer he didn't take' the finesse! YOUR DAD. Ida to-wlt I : I A. D. 1932.
voters unrepresented. Those of What did the 'Sunday school lesson Exchange. I *>4 of 8WV4\ B.. 15. Twp. 7 FIO-J a. w. AlDER AS.
simpler plan would be to empty a few bottles of liquor in either party whose ballots happen say about fftlthTAnd a 21 lee,E.. containing; 80 acres I.(Seal) Bradford Clerk of County Circuit Florid Cou;||

the road and set a 'match to it to be in the minority In their par- The asiieaiiment. of said property :. ll-4-6t-12.2.

ticular states are represented by speaking: pf,.bridge-Just as I was under In the the name said o certificate( Brooklyn Insued Land NOTICE Of *PPI.lCtTiO'tFOK 1 -
not a a single vote In the Electoral i I,some of us.wqre; learning to keep, ro Late.By -1 Co. I I. TAX IKKI W i.
Unless said certificate shall be Notice Is hereby "Iven. that
for College though In some states they1cast redeemed -
the candidate the
Upshaw prohibition party's presldency wI I.
score we,9all, ten flngqr. -, according1 to law tax deed av Corporation a Florida. Corpnn*
Ii that the is "weasel more than forty percent of and fait adding' machine: ..theygo will Issue thereon on the. 5th day of tlon, holder of tax certificate N|
Republican liquor plan .
a I r
says ct5DO IS'1
the vote. In New York In 1929 3assiF December. A. D: 1931. 218, 4th day of August A. '
worded elongation of attenuated innuendoes." Mr. Upshaw there and ;change' .the rules on us.1. I Dat..d'thls'lnd dsyof i, November. :I has filed said certificate In my ','
were 2,089,803 voters for Why doesn't isomone revive, "old A. D. 1932. flee and made application for '
Smith who, If they could have ; -- RUSSELL O. W. ALDERMAN deed to Issue thereon In aci-orclarj
; would have to be a sober man to say that. .I.IJ' won maid" I KAY
\ .
Secretary Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court. : with law. Said certificate embracj
over only 81,471 Hoover Florid. '
t voters, or LI pnm Awocw.ios I Bradford County Florida. the following described proP"rlslatuated
: p about one out of forty, would have bid youV mou'thL :.water.at the ll-4-5t-12-2. In Bradford count FloJ

From the Bradford County Telegraph: "There will be a gained the whole forty-five. electoral I'4-H exhibit Id the court house Sat I went to the State Press Con NOTICE) OP APPLICATION FOR Ida SEoof to-wit NW\4: \ &: N 14 of sW'4E4
votes. ventlon 'at Hollywood last week TAX nEED of NW14 of 8W\4\ &: 1'1'' ;' tit SWof
.,J'; cemetery working at Evergreen cemetery Tuesday, August Voting directly for the President. urday It *raa' Interesting but and It was one swell little party. Notice la hereby given that. ,War- 8W\4. 8t Nof BE\4\ at SW\4\ SII. I
not nearly so amusing as watching ay o a Florida Corporation Twp. 1 s. n. II E. containing
: 16th. Let's all who can attend, come prepared tostay all day. would remove this evil and enable the fellow who picked a Among other things we took a rJlooni: tax certificate No.: aprea more or Ie...
the voter to, his up Jar Joy' ride 'around Greater :Miami. 352. 4th day of July. A. D. 1837. has The .......men' of said proper
No thanks.,When ,we visit a cemetery, it will be for more than register preference ,of somebody's horseradish and casually filed said certificate In my -office under the aal*" certificate I.'U
1 between the candidate Instead i That Is. they call it Greater Miami Miss! Mary"
dropped It Into his coat and made application for tax deed was In the name of .
!: a day.-MIami Beach Sun. of choosing Presidential I but If you ask me, that's a lit- to Issue thereon In accordance with Reddlah. -
.pocket. We don't blame him a bit law. Said certificate embraces the Unless said certificate .h.n bit rf
Electors whose names are'untaM- tie premature.It's GREAT alright law laS a**
j of horseradish is one of our favorite following described property situated deemed according to
mar and often confusing to him. .. Just like you see it now, but In Bradford ,county Florida, toWAU will Issue thereon on the Bin d.1

,,: The 4-1F Club Achievement Day exhibit held Saturday at 0' too.' --- wait a few years and It will be ex. WH' of SWM Sec. 15, Twp.I of Dated December this, A,PdJ:3: NovembA.

.. the court house gave the people of Bradford County an op. I I But you would have !thought the GREATER MIAMI and no foolln', I 7 more 8. R.or 22 less.Th K.. containing 560 acres D. U32. O. W. ALDERYAI'I.' .

... portunity to see what our progressive'farmers under the di- [ You've feUow had-rptyjed\ a bank the way assessment of said property (Seal) Clerk of Circuit, Court'
Maybe You know there's something under the said certificate issued Bradford County FlorMj
|: rection of the county and home demonstration agents are aci he looked around to'see If anyone about that section of the State wa. In th*name of Unknown. I ll-4-5t-12-2..
] had noticed.: tfobody tad. and we Unless said certificate shall be redeemed
complishing. The good work ,of these leaders in the community Heard It But don't knovtr Ms"name,. 'to he can that reaches out and grabs hold ofyou. accord I ii ato law tax deed "l NOTICE OP APPI.ICtTION FOR
.. That up.and. at 'em will Issue thereon on the 6th day TAX DBEONotice
will become an inspiration for others during the com enjoy his ''ttorsera.aish'ln. peace.: ja punch of December, A. D. II" Is hereby Klven. that W.
i ., ,; w ..l1wa" n' .". -J.tnrr- +" .,.'.- "I L Bjadj..pep.that: gets. right under I Dated this Ind day o( November, ay Corporation a Florida Corpoffj
.. a'- .
ing year. I your hide and-makes you want to A. Q 1983.. tlon, holder of tax certificate rt
What Starke needs is I I Headlines In the TimesUnionon O. W*. AtDKHMAN. .1,. 4th day 'of July, A. D. I"-1
-_ _m ___ __ a real artist /the same iday last week.'State. click; jour"heels""*",and wave a flag (Seal) Clerk ot Circuit Court., filed aald certificate In my offi(1
to soap windows on HaUo- and1che'er.. Bradford County Florida and mad. application for tax

Republican State Campaign Committee) in a political we'en. Most of the work seen TechFloridaiTUf.Legislature InvKed> and to i"Invlte Attend 1-t-6--1I-1. I to law.. Issue Bald thereon certificate_In accordance.mor.-_ _",.'.i

Tuesday: morning was frightfully Those frf... down there have KiOTICH OP APPLICATION! FOR I follnwlna- described properly .llua 1
advertisement sets forth what it considers I '
evidently a powerful amateurish., Legislators to See'Tech Tilt" TAX DEED led In Bradford county, Florida
fn That's all-'right. We heard been through more hell and high- Notice la hereby irlven that War- wit a,
& favor of the tariff. "The Democratic you
argument Party the water than any other,part of Flor- ay O !Jloi: a Florida Corporation : FracL BWW, Sec. 21.'Twp. 7
And did first .time.* tax certificate No. It K. contalclnv 10 acres more
see h6wnear the
and the Democratic candidate propose to reduce the tariff if you ida. and they've taken It on the 253 5th day of Aua-ust. A. U 1929 .
: into the advertisement fire truck came to hitting 'those Maybe you won't think It's chin until they were darn near has filed aaid'certlficat. In my office : less.The asHessment of nald properund.r
and then
they come power, says,, benches and mad application for certificate I..U
trash tax the said
cans, signs.
etc.- drunk but
funny but look what punch you stop Yaboro".h.
;anyway we E. ,
deed Issue
,' to thereon In accordance was In the name of Win
what will happen? "Men's white canvas oxfords are imported that pranksters had piled Up .underneath found In an exchange: 'em. Back 'em up against the ropes with law. Said certificate embraces k. r

vp< :from Japan at a total landing cost of only 23 cents fe pair the traffic light T Of Letter From A Father to Ills and they come out with the old the following In Bradford described county property, Florida situated deemed Unless according said certificate to law shall, tax de

:;1 while the bare cost of manufacture of the same'- rUcle'here course, they never thought when DaughterMy left and right'and back It up with to-wlti will Issue thereon on the lilh d
& they put the trash there that It Dear a "Grin." SH of SBVi\ Sec. 14, Twp. T. S. R. of December A. I). 932.
Daughter -
'f i ia 38 cents. Rubber boots are landed from Czechoslovakia might get In the way of the fire You ask m*. If your_ husband, --. 1.SI I I B.: containing acres more. or .Dated D ""this. 2nd- day of NovemoO. )

l at a total cost of 32 1-2 cents a pair compared withfthe"manu-i truck but It did, so let that be a should keep his present position at. And<< 'do :you know what the darn under ss.Th* assessment the said certificate of said property Issued ( O. W. of ALDERW'Circuit C"

J" facturing cost of the'same boot in America at 55'9-10 cents lesson. an "adjusted" salary, ,but you forgot fools'' are dom' down there right was In the name of Henry Fried S"BraSorS County, Florio
( to ten me Vnat lie would do Ifhe now? They're building a lot of new man.Unless 1t.4-lIc.U-I.
a pair. So beware tariff reduction the advertisement sayS After said certificate shall be re.
Saturday night's false Y&u FO
didn't. and he couldn'tvery houses and 1a'tn.Ioat new streets deemed according to tax deed NOTICB OV APPLICATION
I t. From what perverse laws of the Universe have the Republicans alarm not many folks turned out I well con:, here Just now. Your I and Improvln this And that. You will issue thereon on lit day of. TAX. DEED; that W
December, A., D. 111.X
f t deduced that the'United States must produce white when the siren blew Monday. Even brother S1wr14'p.alTy"ba.. Just might think,.there really was a :e.te4 this tnd day ef November, ap Notice Corpor.tlon.I. hereby a FioridS given. Corp
members of the fire departmentwere been "retfonstdtered." So he moved Santa Glaus' the way they're car- A. D.,L9SL I tkm. holder of tax certificat 19ha.
canvas oxfords and rubber boots d :- O. W. ALDERMAN.8al tth of July. A. D.
or completely to the : No.U8" day
go a little reluctant to -
man the into his old t oojajjit,.home and rytn'. 'oa... < ) Clerk of Circuit Court filed .aid c.rtificats In mY
Pi', dogs?. Is it too much to hope that some day, those in power truck and be fooled again but it brought his wn*. -: ;110".< Bradford' County- Florida fice and meda application accordS for I

' ; will] recognize the simple principle that if Japan can produce was a real fire this time-even If Tour sister Eloise: telegraphed And anybody down there ll4-tt-12-2. I deed with law.to lieu Said tnereon certificate in .mbra',
I: only a lumber pfle. the next day that.WIUred had been knows anything about the alleged NO/riCE or APPLICATION FOR the following described PrK,
white canvas oxfords cheaper and better than any other counfh1i. hard luck TAX DEED Bltuated In Bradford county, "
offered a contraet \bat waa an insult. depression or grief or Notice la
I hereby rlven, that War- ida to-wlt: _
try it is fitting and proper that Japan, should produce white You would have enjoyed the excitement So your mother Is airing out they sure ain't taktn' time out to ay Corporation, a Florida Corporation N% of 8EH B'4 of *W'; ,!Tr
: at the false alarm A her aoom..JWtJIred never could talk about It.HI said to Georr holder of tax: certificate No. Twp TS., R. 12 E.> Qont&inl"C
; canvas oxfords.:: If Czecho-Slovakia'can produce and sell rubbef.bcotBfcheaper : endure 11. 4th day of Aticunt.'A. D. 11: *:hasled I area more or leas. '
fh1i. procession of automobiles appear- Insults.'LJ: Your sister'Frances, HUty.what.you're TELLDT ME, said certificate ,ln my ,.ffteo The- a..m..t..t caM proP'':,
,> than anYJ>9d else, lt her do it Let each ing from nowter-scampering who you will recall. baa been a wait, you ain't"seen nuthln' yet ; and mad. application for tax deed .under, the,_lei certificate. < "

: country export what it is best fitted to manufaclure from its Into Can Street-dashing up Wai- private secretary.wrote *lastjweek get .a_load of that sky-line,: boy." to law.issue Said thereon certIfIcateembraces accordance"' with tb. '.,w_ la the said o.m.certificate of V"0Unless ...-:.,d

own' natural' nut-back, down Cherry and ..toplnl' : that U anybody thinks abe going following described property situated redeemed according to law '"
resources and IIof
; what
. import It cannot produce I la Bradford Florida..towltt the
; county will issue tb.r.n
. at the Are station rbere it to dropv to the:level of a common 'ioUywood"i.nami! ; Beach, Cocoanut I December A, 0. UU
. ( except at grea expense. Tear down the man made tariff all began. We became a trine typist they are mistaken. W* expect Grove Hlaleah. Coral NH of NWH of NWH 8eo. 15. Twp. .:, Dated thie lad day of 10i1t

walls and start things going again as the laws of nature intended confused when the car we were following bet any day. Gables Miami and the people that more T S. R.or 21 1...E..! containing 10 acres A. 0 1In. o. w. ALDERllA1''"

(t, that they should go. dropped behind and began What with, these and the youngr live there. What a set up. Bar Ut The ......m.'" off said propertyunder Seal) Clerk of Circuit Fl't ,

following us. children, I imagine that aa long]t bed my way rd paM a law raI | _.. In the the said. .... certificate fit Unknown.Issued il4itua.I. Bradford. CoctY

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