Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 6, 1929
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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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Subscription-For Year, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable In Advance E. S Matthews, Owner and PubiiyherYOLL'M)1 rJ

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Growers Hear Miller On License Tax Jaxon Is Held State Democrats GOING AFTER ; :it.\'"4!.i,,,,'{,i

I Strawberry AuctionPlanOrjinnlsrlnK : Act Repealed, For Two Deaths Facing Big Fight RANGE :I\: f t: ':I.-

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Florida Farmers !Hay Now Sell ;Jacksonville, Aug. 31.-Blame Gainesville Sept. 1.-The
In Other IJrryHiftJons Congressman Ih'RnIok"(>" Couflrt \"
used 1 In ; '
"RI'.II'I'f4 the
} for Handling Neweaeon'a section, Produce In cffirgl". for an automobile accident on the Politics of roving range stock, cattle f 'ii
Coming In Florlila ,
stating that before loading each Lake City road which coat the Ute'of hogs: \la Alachua county, Is : :
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$ Crop An imposing ,
crate act a license tax two was placed Starting out Monday : '
was Inspected the Inspector persons uponL .t ,
being a man chosen for his knowl- on producers selling commodities S. Teague of Jacksonville at an Tampa, Fla., Aug. 31.-Demo- thirty special woods: riders : "'\lot!
Le, (1\. Miller of Hammond, La.?: within Georgia from other states Inquest yesterday at Macclenny. lie crats were urged; to hold fast to proceed to round up roaming ( ':

president, of Miller Auction, Jnc.. edge of strawberries and working has just been repealed by that put up bond for his appearance be- party principles and prepare for a mals from all sections of the : 1 ''I

Bpoit(' to a gathering, of'growers under both state and federal au state and has resulted In a resora- fore the Daker county grand jury. bitter campaign for control of the ty, driving the stock to the ,J \ W & \

and business men at the courthouse thority. This Inspection is necessary tlon of amicable relations between J. J. Grlflts. 51. and Andrew A. Florida congressional: delegationIn fair ground for Impounding.

Tuesday morning, practically and was as much for the pro- Georgia and Florida; Attorney Green 35, Ilaker, counfy farmers 1930, by Congressman H. J. Sheriff Wells held a sort ( I ; I' vw

\ every section of the county beIng tection of the grower who took General Fred H. Davis announced. were killed when they were crushed I>iuno* Lakeland In an address before school of Instruction lu his "y t r

represented although' little advertising pride in his pack as for the buyer The repeal was obtained largely, Into their automobile when the county democratic. dub In the county court house ;

of the meeting could b. and consumer, and the growersnow through the efforts of Mr. Davfcs. struck by a car driven by Teague. here last nght..Declaring! day afternoon attended by : j V::

done on account of the short, time take this Inspection as a mat- The attorney general went to Teague claimed he was blinded\ by that personal likes thirty deputies who will be """

following\ receipt ot Mr. Miller's ter of little con'cern. Again the Atlanta recently during the waning the \lights of another automobile. and dislikes should not enter into sponsible for getting rid of ,'

'wire| stating he would be hero. lie buyers at the auction held after days of the Georgia legislative ses- The coroner's Jury held the acci- the selection of a party nomineethe roving bovine and hog in I" v

was accompanied by M R. Seed of the cars have rolled, never sees sion, explained the reaction In dent vas the result of criminal congressman stated that con- shortest time possible I ,

Lakeland who has been with Mr. what ha is buying, and he bids on Florida to the tax law and< pre- negligence on the part of Teague. gress Is the real representative of how to proceed were N! '

Miller since his arrival In Florida tht assurance that he is getting vailed upon the law-makers to repeal Griffis and Green were paurlng the people and that the presidentIs fully BO that each man knows i

a week ago. Starke nus the class A fruit. Each crate carries the act. So objections.! was gasoline\ Into the tank of their car the servant of the people what la expected of him In the

last speaking date In the 'state on the name of the grower stamped the law Florida, Mr. Davis told when a truck driven by'Teague The stress of the farmer and formance of his duty and the I t.;

this trip Mr. Miller\ said, as he! thereon.At them, that the 1929 Florida legIs- crashed Into them. They were his appeal for relief was known to rying out of the law :!

wan due in Hammond Wednesday the auction held that nightno lature adopted what the attorney crushed to death between the two the republican admlnlutratlons be the running of livestock :

nlRht sale is made less than car lots, general said was a retaliatorymeasure cars. Teague surrendered to SherIff fore the Wilson terms Congressman So that owners of 1; '

Mr, Miller was Introduced by payment Is made Immed'utely! And heavily taxing producersof \V. B. Cahoon here Immediately Drane went on, but It remained might havo ample notice of : f. M

Senator> E. M. Johns and he immediately the association receives a check fOl those states having such tax after the accident.PROGRESS'. for the democratic administration Is about to happen, the sheriff/ ; I
launched into Ms subject dk-tribullon to the members within laws on those who brought their -- under the war time communications to all I

) tilling of the success attending 24 hours. 1 ICach grower has a receipt produce to counties of a certain ONHIGHVAY president to enact the federal farm 'merest" as well as publishing "' ry

the meeting held In Lakeland for the number of crates he population In Florida. loan act, against republican opposition formation In the county : Ij I ",
Hepeal of the : law would
Bowling Oreen, Webster, Wan- ships and the association pays his Georgia and thus put into operation From Monday on It means

(hula and Plant City and till: resulting proportion ot the total receivedfor automatically nullify the Florida 28 the first efforts at farm relief. a finish against the range cow. ; I 4
of the car. Inferior berries are law insofar as Georgia farmers (j : :,
organization berry grow. Now the republicans" are tryingto 4 ,
are concerned l, Mr. Davis said, as
not classified with the best <
eInto) associations for handling! grade Pntittku Dully Noun OutlineAVIial throttle both the purpose and X. It. Ill/Mi IUH; Sl'mmlil.Newell : t
the Florida act referred to
theft crop-the coming season. Or- and will ,not bring the same price only IH lU-lnrj Done<< on \c\v "'IUlI'h''t the letter of that act, he declared, -- I
: miration of (he growers was theft aa the better fruit. The total cost thoso producers from states hav- Route from Lake ("lly to Fhin1 by controlling the federal farm Tl. Hull, 6:1: died it : I: d ,,4
-it step to be taken as without to the growers for handling his ing a. law taxing! Florida products.Ii. T llfix'h on Atlantic I'oust.The t loan banks through usurpation of homo on Walnut street late : ;,'! ?A

the a; Istanre of a body of men engaged berries is 18 cents tor each 24- -.- functions Intended to be exercisedby day following a short! illness t s4

!: In strawberry production! plr.t crate, 10 cents to the association If. H. OI'K.XH officers of the Institutions! as had been In poor health for

the auction method of handling the and 8 cents for the auction. Palatka Dally News gives a a result expenses of the farm loan eral months and< his general : I"

crop could not be used. The 10 cents charged by tho association The Bradford County' High resume of the 'present status of bureau have been doubled and this dition became worse from ) ,

Mr. Miller explained the Louisiana covers cost of Inspection School opened Monday, Sept.' 2, construction work on state highway '! added burden placed upon the deceived In an automoble- : r, j

plan of handling strawberriesfrom the handling of drates! fertilizers, for the 1929-30 term with a totalof 28 that eventually\ will\ pro- bunks which support the board and a short time ago. : rt

approximately 25,000 acres etc., for the members and what 481 pupils registered from all vide a. through route from Lake In turn upon the farmers who sup Funeral services were f j

In an area of 14 square miles expenses the association incurs In parts of the county. A number* of City to Flagler Beach by way of port the banks. Monday afternoon from the >i'

moving between :2500 and 3000 express handling Its affairs.' parents were present at the pen- Lake Butler; Starke, Keystone 1 byterian church, the pastor n:.
Referring to the proponed revision -
cars each spring during the AIshipments\'' from Hammond Ing exercises and heard the Interesting Heights, Palatka! and Bunnell. At Oeo. It. Lowry, being '&! ,
of the tariff, Mr. Drane said
short of six weeks. In spite are handled! by express In special speakers among whom were, Litke City this highway will\ connect Rev. G. I'\ Raymond of the Its ,
period he stood for equal justice for all
ot the fact that the last two weeks refrigerator cars, the name as will Supt. A. J. Grime Rev. Guy and I with state roads Nos. 1 and church. lie was, laid to rant In '

ot the was in competitionwith supplied for use by Florida Mr. J. T. Moore of Lawtey. 2, at Starke with State road No. i family lot at Crosby ('emetery.Active j ,
other season states Mr. Miller said growers next season Mr. Miller\ The toachers for this term areS : 13, at Palatka! with state road HIT AM I) RUN imvnit: pallbearers were: J. ,
officials S. Dowling 'No.3., at ttunnell with state road II. J. 1
the growers of the Louisiana sec- !has had assurance from railway Mitchell, L. Brnwulee ;
t'on this averaged that the service will\ be sup- Miss Florence Matthews.Mrs. No. 4 and at Flagler Beach with Wilson HUBS and J, B. HUSH of Hitch, Olin White K. M. "
past season
$3.52 1-2 net per crate of 24 pints. lied as ordered by .the railroad T. T. Long. the famous Ocean boulevard a the Brooker section, were handeda F. Klckl'ter! 11. Ii. Young ,r

In speaking of the situation lu 'commission, as at a conference in Mrs. D. P. Carpenter.Miss link In a magnificent scenic high fine of $100 and $25 and costs Charles S. Brookings of <

Louisiana before the auction plan Tampa he made arrangements Isabelle Fernandez.C. way .that some day will extend all respectively, by Judge Geo. A, Oar ville. Honorary: J, M. r 1 !

was adopted Mr. :Miller stated I whereby 300 of the latest type refrigerator A. Harrison. along the east coast' country from diner Monday when they plead! C. Tappen. D. K. Knight, G.V. ( !: ,

curt will be sent to Florida Elmer ]Ihrlg. Mayport to Key ,West. Kullty pefore him. Wilson Russ derman S. ST' howling, John '
that six ago Louisiana growers -
were in the same fix as Florida : for moving the next crop. Ac- Mrs. B. Perkins. Details of construction outlinedby was charged with! driving while low, J. W. Morgan, G. M. I': Q,

growers lace today. No organization ,, cording to the speaker the expense Miss Maude Mitchell. the News are as follows: drunk and the charge of carrying l>r. W. }L Middleton and 9

the and of this type car has been the main Miss Minnie Gruber. With the stretch of state high- weapons was laid to J. B. Rues W. Klcldlter. '
among growers
berries were brought to the load ., objection the railroads have made Miss Eunice Perkins. way No. 28, the Palatka Lake They chose as tho time and place Born In WayneHvllle, I ,aa
to Installing 'the service, and he Mrs. Edna: Hart. City short route, from Keystone for crashing Into another car, Sun- August 19, I860, Mr. !Hull I I t
what the buyers
ing plaforms for
their believes no further delay, will ,be Miss' Jccsle Williams. Heights to Lake Butler complete, day afternoon in front of the coun- to Starkn with hit parents Mr.
would they could 'ship
fruit to pay commission or houses. From encountered since the cars will be Miss Madge Middleton. execept for one bridge: indicationsare ty jail, as Deputy IlaUden was delivering Mrs Levi I C. Hull, In 187! from'i?

the made available to them. Miss Ethel Griffin. ,that by the end of the year a prisoner,, to another offi ing; in this community for \ i f I I
paid to growers ,
average price the audience Mrs.. II. C. nitch. the thoroughfare will be traverslble cer. Seeing they hud no Intention years. One of the p'oneers of
six Mr. Miller\\ assured
years ago of $1.25: to $1.50 per
would work Miss Estelle Davis. from end to end by making use of stopping to see what damage section, his life was spent In t
that plan
24 pint crate, it has grown to '
Miss Olive Ray. ot connecting lateral roads.In the advancement of i
equally as well in Florida as It has had peen done, Deputy llaisden ing for ;
3.52 1-2. In the same" 14 square '
miles of territory there were 12- In Louisiana but the growers must --. October,,construction of the had J, E. Corpening to drive him town and\ county and he ( J :

000 acres six and 25,000 organize if they hope to realize a CUTS WIFE: THROAT stretch from Keystone Heights to after the pair. They evaded all at- Starke grow from 'a tiny () j
acres today. years profit each year from their Grandin will begin and upon Its tempts to halt them until the quarantine vllage to the modern town ,, ; ;, 1

Plans are well under Fred White, colored of The- completion motorists can travel I station at the Alachua county day.
Under the auction plan, his company !
handles two-thirds of the way in the remaining straw- ressa, is in the county jail charged over a !diard-surfaced road from I line was reached, when they While his father lived he 'At ;Yv

section, the berry producing sections with slashing his wife's throat that point to Palatka, by taking were placed under arrest and ed In the Starke poatofflce and I Jti
of the
crop around of the state to organize and estab- Sunday afternoon inflicting a serious the county lateral 'to state high- brought; back to Starke. ceeded his father as II'

crop March starting to market lish the auction system In the state, wound He was caught In the way No. 14, connecting at Inter- following the death of Mr.\ ( t :
25th the receive "
and growers that the woods later In the day by a deputy : lachen. OWNS THK IIIGIIttYSterl senior, In 1900, and with the r 4
assured fact
week shipping and It is on ,
the six
during 'tl+
sheriff at and of term has held
million Miller Company will establish Keystone Heights From Starke to Lake Butler the ception one I
season from six to eight held for the Bradford officers. has been built only Courtney, who owns a combined office continuously. In I
road already
and headuarters Florida preparatoryto ,
dollars. \
The plan .of selling Since his, Incarceration he has under filling station and store on his duties as postmaster he ;I!,
the handling the sale and distribution one bridge now being con j
marketing must be 'sound road 13 short distance north of ,
either gone insane or has been a i erated a large store. ; ;
for the struction. A detour at that point
of the next crop i't"
speaker said; to buy and marketan associations. shamming Insanity, he apparently permits motor travel without the city limits, owns that part of I Surviving is his widow, one i 1j
average of 500 express cars of growers ? recovering his mind or losing It the state highway In front of his ter, "Mrs, Jay S. Brown of \
Inconvenience delay.
advocatedthat much or
Mr. Miller strongly 'iJ"
berries a week for six weeks and of business according to the and other relatives.
the quart size pack be according to his wife's condition. From Lake Butler the route l is place City, : f
not glut the markets 'In contrast maintenance foreman this rondo \
Last reports from the victim were on .
lateral to Ellisvtlle hard.
In favor of the pint over a a
to this, strawberry growers of the discarded refused last week to allow ,
that she would probably recover, Courtney tj
He claims it worksto surfaced road with the bridge at
often size.
Storke-Law SCHOOL
tey section have the state crew to place the : 1 r
for both grower Providence now being under con-
had to. take practically nothing for advantage WIIKCK OX :13 white marking posts near his ; '
in testsin struction. From KlIlHVille Into
distributor, as !
their rtrawberrles because the buy and State Road 13 was the scene of place indicating a turn-off or lateral ; ;
the A. & P. chain of Lake City Is already' hardsurfaced. -
ers assured them the markets were Chicago smash-up-- Monday afternoon road, and the' post Is still ; ,\ \
glutted with the comparativelyfew 1400 retail stores proved to their when a Hudson driven by II.\IL. missing. Foreman Thomas has ; '
ot own satisfaction that a housewife The road will\ later be extended Board met In regular I
cars of berries going out Wade of Clehrwater and a Ford turned the matter overdo the di- )
the Plant City section during will pay 50c for a pint of berries sedan driven by negroes crashed : from Grandin into Florahome and vision engineer, stating; he Is perfectly ,I with all members resent 1 ,
where they would refuse to pay : probably some time next year will Minutes\ of last two
Bradford's ,
shipping season.The a few miles! north of Lawley. Both willing for the state department ,
Florida plan of distributionIs $1.00 for a quart. This chain sold cars were badly damaged the be built Into Palatka, the grade to handle the question read and approved.Mr. l i I

unsound because of the few markets 482 quarts on one day In January., Ford bearing the brunt of the collision :. having been completed last year. whether or not the post shall go Kelsey met the board ;

our growers are able to reach, 1928, and on the same day In January \ ; the occupants escaped with From, Palatka to Flagler Beach, in. asked that he be allowed to ;

and the method used in placing the 1929, sold 18,000 pints. Every minor Injuries. The slippery\ con- construction Is promised next year : his small girl to Hampton with !
market !finds It easier to dispose : by the state road department.The I two larger children. After
berries In the markets does not dition of this road in "ret weather BERRY: MEN: AUVIHKII; .':
give the growers'the returns theyshr.uld of the smaller cups, and Its has\caused several accidents lately. route that will be used TO C'KNTKR: : EFFORTS consideration of all angles, 1 t{ '

have. The Hammond auction advantage to growers Is found in tils badly In need of a slag treat from Palatka to Lake City, upon VPO.V mSTIUUL'TION: was granted. ,

each year draws large numbers that a full quart of berries cannotbe ment. the building ot the Grandln-Starke Mrs. ,Pink Thornton was r

of buyers, Mr. Miller said and packed ,Jnto two pint cups, the stretch, will be several miles longer Lakeland Aug. 30. Strawberry :' ised widow's penson should< i'

berries bought are shipped to 86 gain being about a quart to each ducts. He pointed out how the than the original survey, due i growers.: of the Lakeland section claim be approved by board

Important distribution points ,In 24 pints.It strawberry Industry In other states to the fact that Columbia county I were advised yesterday by Lee !investigation. ( "I' :

the United, States and Canada. As is an established) fact that the where little or no attention was Is not planning early constructionof i. R. Miller, head of the Miller Auction Board granted permission !I

to the quality of fruit, he stated northern trade for different rea- paid to proper distribution and its end of the highway from company, Hammond La., to trustees to' Install two ;, ':

this section was the only one he sons, can absorb quantity production each year saw the same old glut In : Lake Butler direct, to Lake City abandon any plans for Increased Rising 'school and have ] ''

had found outside of Hammond of strawberries much easier in the usual markets were going: and to the necessity for entering production until they could obtain charged to their district. ,r 1.1
and that backward and predicted la one or Palatka from Orandln by of Board agreed to give
where the berries were mulched, pint cups than In quarts way better distribution. Miller\ was the i$;' ,;
the common being to wash berries packed in the smalle- units two Instances where they would the Gainesville highway speaker at a meeting In the cityaudltorh1m. Wiggins 18 1.3 per pupil to 1 i

..the fruit. This practice method require will refrigerate four times quicker soon cease growing berries because This In part will defeat the pur- attended by approximately port pupils from New Hirer ;

efficient the fruit titan a quart pack. they could not make sufficient pose of the road, which was to 500 berry growers and Starke.In ) tl
refrigeration or
deteriorates Growers in the Louisiana section money to live on. supply the shortest connectinglink farmers.He matter of wire for f : I

o In transit. accordlng'to Mr. Miller\ start As a committee to arrange fora between the gateway at Lake explained the methods used Brooker school board I. '
Florida -r.lr, Miller
thinks is fortunate, the setting plants In July using the meeting to be held within Jhe City and the Florida east coast. by his firm In marketing the Louisiana pay for wire on o. k, of tru I
In market
larger being able to strawberrtcrop Klondyke variety in account of next few days calling every straw Opening of the road, however, will crop and said he had found provided that I*. T. A. ; :

portion of her andwlth soil conditions, and continue setting 'berry grower of this section afford an outlet to Keystone pint boxes more satisfactory than district when they have I :1" '

an without competition as late' as December 15th. Messrs. G. M. Inman ... D. May Heights and adjacent territory, quarts because berries carry bet- available. :
efficient distribution
as system From 12,000 to 14,000 plants are and D. W. Mbore were apolnted. lone bottled up for lack. of highway -' ter In pints. lie also told of the Charley and J. Kr Douglas \

our supplied by the auction plan set to the acre ,and 800 to 1000 .They are to decide on a time and' facilities. distribution facilities developed by allowed 8 each an their i 1!,
growers could ship to of commercial fertilizer place of meeting where the growers his firm. Supt. instructed to ; ':
section of the United States nnd pounds using meal Inpreference can go over the question of an __ APPOINTED: TAO AGENT: price and capacity of bus ,, \
the growers
each Canada Hammond berries" going used to nitrate of soda. The i organization. The question ---'---- CITY ELECTION: : TfKNIUV: i at Jacksonville and purchase i!1

prlng to Maine, California receive the !final workingand i whether they organize or continue According to advices received! for Lawtey if found r

Washington state and to the Canal plants given a top dressing of cotton as they are now doing Is for themto from Tallahassee, Mrs. Maude D. Next Tuesday is the date for the Motion by, Moore and
Zone. are
The main difference seed meal In December,,followed decide. Mr. Miller was broughtto Crews of Starke. has 'been appointed regular annual city election, officers by Sur/ency, that as
peaker added. In the Louisiana mulching as done In this Starke through the efforts of automobile tag distributing coming for election at this county high school has \

action today Is that the growers by the Business Men Club, Mr. Inman agent for Bradford county, time being two councilmen and pupils enough from this i

through their association say section.Miller's final words were to stated solely for the purpose of succeeding Mrs. -1) S. Carroll. Mrs. the balance of the city staff. Not to load it to capacity and

what the buyers are> to pay for the Mr. to organize one trying to Improve the method of Crews has not yet been advised of much interest Is being manifested rolling additional pupils will u;It
the growers
berries where six years ago' the urge associations as without organization distribution o( our main crop to assure the appointment, she stated Thursday in' this election as each candidate load teachers and endanger t tIt j

markets were controlled by the or mora they bad reached the a larger Income to the (row but will accept the position was renomlnated without opposition. rating, therefor be It resolved i ;

buyers as It Is in Florida today o*' their pro- ers. If it is tendered. we a*, a board ask citizen: : i !'"
tor tH***siRS /1
ne speaker told of the meth-.d. limit F

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THIRTY BOYS TURNOUT 0 LOCAL KKKI: ; COM: I ,\NYILL son, we will call bark on feeder legislature and at the pn. ,"II,,
'. ', (----------J ; : ZIFF : ,\\ 1I.\\ )IK: KAMOl'H: regularly to see that tioy( are feeding president of the :Florida
d CllKCKIOKIJOAHI: ('11(11%' for best results Our organl- Props Association\ tells ..
Miss\ Opal Lewis Cor. "
------,-_.... I FOR FOOTBALL ,,10111)11 is equipping itself to give bright leaf tobacco sales cm ',..
...... ................ ] IU'lIU'rH (iralnSupply'Co.., Xown'I real advice on all problems ofpoultry Qulncy market for the w.\i, ,
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''; The following IH a brief but enlightening rC'f4'ntB In Tills. ',
:, from article Coiu-h, Services were, held at Rock I'urtim and live stock feeding-r ling more than seven! 111111,,,,,<|1", I
excerpt an IhrlR. hnIHtlco-TorJA".lu
need SectionAppointment and the Ralston Purina Company thousand
tainly one. pounds/ ,
bringing ,,,,
in Atlanta church last Saturday and Sundayby n "
appearing Sunday's 1'rowpixlsBy Eight
la backing us 100 per cent." cash m6re than, .
< up one liuiidr
Mr. Frisbee "Aleene I ,
: thoughtyou i ,
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} Constitution. It was written by the pastor, Elder Moody of La- of the Bradford sand dollars. 1
; Ben Cothran: ( BILL DUNCAN) said that you could work that Beach citizens
crosse.Mr. County Farmers Supply Co., as the Plagler turned _-
I41 ti "Probably, outside of the movies It looks like a bigger and better arithmetic! In an hour" and Mrs.'W. S. Ray and Mrs. exclusive distributors here' for the over a lease to sixty\ square feet of Delegates representing i", ,,, ,
the moat enthusiastic race of football season for rndfordHlgh' Aleene Rosier: "I'll work it In ground to the United States department Confederate Ii
Edwards and little An- eetrans. Grand :
famous Purina Chows ,
has Just \u"
football fans Inhabits that strange Tornadoes. All of thirty an hour if it takes me all day." of commerce through its of the Republic, United
.A,4'' section of the country known as boys responded to Coach Ihrl 's' na Virginia: of Hlnesvllle, Ga., are been announced by Mr. W. J. representative. Capt. William S. W ar Veterans Simn) "
Albert Davis "It looks It of
, N 1, ,) FlorIda: To even think that any call last Monday, and on the following : aa it spending a while here with Mrs.. Moody, head of the local concern. Konyon, Saturday,-'for the purpose elgn Wars, and the American i J" ,
p team can defeat Florida Is trea- afternoon, turned out en may rain tonight" Ray's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W.' This, according to Mr. Moody, Is of Installing on airplane beacon at glou, met In Orlando Monda j J.-,
t ( rb 1 son. If one should make so boldas masse, in spite of a flooded field Edna Marks: "The clouds are always Lewis. quite a distinction for his firm, in that point. This will put Flagler laid tentative plans for > ,","
' to publicly state that he thought and drizzling rain. Throughoutthe darker after nightfall, dear." Mr. and Mrs. 41. E. Thomas and view of the fact that the Purina Beach on the Universal Airways 1 Izatlon of veterans to an ors. '/ m._
1 PJYltli, Florida would lose such and such past week the boys have been Mamie Lou Norman: "Are your sou Floyd and Miss Rhoda Thomasof Mills selects only the outstanding! route between Montreal and MI- er co-operation and pro mot. i I"" _
; a football game would be cause for working Into shape, drilling plays I lights always bad?" Jacksonville, spent the first of firms to represent them and their ami. The beacon which Is to be fare of veterans of all mutual *, 1-i
burning at... the stake. and running through various other Darby G.: "Oh no, only after this week here with their parents, products. Installed by the department will wars

i "Already the boys down there practice maneuvers. During the dark, dear." Mr.1. and Mrs. J. B. Thomas. "Before taking the Purina line" be under construction by October Leesburg Leesburg ,
have won the Tech game. They'll preceding week, the squad was Loral NO-HW Mr. and Mrs. H. II. Howard and said Mr. Moody, "I became thor- it was said, and Flagler Beach Is opened for business Bui-i4-|( < "
come rolling into the city around highly fortunate in getting over to Mr. L. R. Denmark was transact- children and Miss Ellen Howard, i' oughly convinced that this com- planning on having its landing
October 19 next with their dusty Gainesville each day and receivingthe ing business in Jacksonville Fri all 'spent the last of last week In' pany, the largest manufacturer of field In shape by that time. The

t cars bearing Florida license tags, tutorage offered by the Florida day.Miss Jacksonville with friends: livestock feeds ;ln America, is actually beacon which is to have 2,500,000\
Florida colors and Florida money. coaching school with Coach Chas Agnes Sapp was visiting Mr. Purvia Lewis of Jacksonville doing more than It claims. candlcspower, will be on a structure -
, They'll parade up and down the Bachman giving his services as In- her cousin, Miss Myrtle Norman and Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Dyal For thirty-five years the Puilna 51 feet high, and it can be THE MAN WHO
city's streets probably with an alligator structor. Over a hundred high Sunday afternoon. I and little daughter Marian Lee, of Mills has been manufacturingfeeds I seen by plane COO feet It. the air
or two in tow, waving the school players, representing Miss Thelma Browning spent Graham, spent Sunday here with with one I point always upper- from Jacksonville on the nortjr and PROCRASTINATES 1
folding money in front of your schools all over the state, attended Saturday' night with her friends their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. most; to lower the farmers' pro- to New Smyrna oh the south says STRUGGLES: WITH RUIN1 t
eyes. And even if Florida has these dally classes, and that boys Myrtle and Mamie Lou Norman. Lewis duction costs by increasing pro- the Bunnell Tribune. -}(s( tl .
lott every previous game, those from, Starke were in the bunch was Mr. J. E. Norman and daughter Mrs. W. S. Ray and Mrs. Edwards duction of milk eggs, beef, pork .
u lads will offer you Tech and points. Indeed to Bradford's credit. I Rosa Mae were visiting friends. and daughter spent seyeial or horsepower; and to prepare livestock The Florida Citrus Machinery
They got that way selling real estate With this pre-season work, and here Sunday. days of last week at Graham, the for market In the shortest Company of Dunedin received an
,, a few years ago. It's a sort with the spirit with which the out- Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Dixon and guests of Mrs. i. \'\'. Dyal. possible time. order for $8,700 worth of pack-
f 'of optimism complex they have ac fit Is going through practices, and family were visiting relatives in Mrs. 'V. M. Hodges and daughter "That they have. done that has ing house machinery recently. The
L: quired. evident support from both the Alachua county Sunday Miss Classle of Starke, spent been proved consistently on the order was from the Cltra Packing
"Last year Florida ranted town and the school, Coach Ihrlg Mr. J. S. Norman and daughters, several days of last week here with feed lots of America as well as on Company Cltra, which Is startIng -
;F I around among some of the South's faces strong chances -of carrying Myrtle anQ lesser colleges and rolled up a hlj: charges successfully through a. ping In Starke Saturday morning Mrs. Bill. Thomas and daughter, ina Company itself. iNothwtth- Clearwater Sun says it is very like- You know the danger of
great lot of points. Then It met rather stiff schedule.' Mr. and .,.re. C. L. Carter and Annlebelle, were in our section standing this, chemist and nutrition ly the order wilt be increased- be- delay I

y the reeling Georgia Bulldog and Mr. Ihrlg, a product of the'Unl- Mr. and Mrs. Laurie Carter were .Sunday. experts of the company are fore the packing house ia fully Do not neglect
prhl t ,' whipped it. They were writing let- verslty of Florida, and one-time transacting business. in Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Gasklns and constantly\ at work, trying still eulpped. A number of other buy insurance protection keeping your ade-
1 member of the 'Gator Saturday. children of Lawtey were visitingin further to improve the Purina era have vlsitod the DuietJIn plant
ters to the sports editor down in varsity, pro- quate. Suppose you had a fire
tP Gainesville about a. national cham- seems optimistic. In spite of considerable Misses Mattie, Ellen, Carrie Dell our,section last week. rlnfla( The Purina_ mn_ _Resenrl'h nu._ _TJo-_ relative to purchase of new machinery tonlghtl ,
and Mr. Russet Norman, Messrs. Miss Verlie* Thomas and Inez following the
ilh pionship. loss through graduationthe partment at St. LouIs is in chargeof ; announcement -
"Then Florida, with some fastbacks material remaining Is stronger Carl, Felix and Miss Agnes Sapp Lewis were In our section Sunday. a former professor at the Mls- from Washington that the let us insure_yourHAROLD ;

i a good punter and a fair than that of last year. The line attended the Evergreen church Mrs. S. T Johns and children of slsslpple A. & M. College. All new shipping regulations on citrus
line, went up in the Tennessee with last season behind it, should Friday night. Jacksonville, were visiting In .our discoveries of the experiment eta- fruit would likely be withdrawn so C. WALL
mountains for Thanksgiving and be a big factor in whatever success Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Norman and section Sunday. tons! and the colleges are testedin as to alow; shipment next fall
: received the shock of Its life. The the Tornado Is to obtain this family, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Carter i Miss Certha and Berla Johns these laboratories, and It they 1 ,i INSURANCE
: Tennessee Vols, stolid mountaineers year. The "truckload triplets", and son, Jr., were visiting friends were week-end1 guests of their are of advantage' In practical feed- Last weeks Qadsden county STARKE
s:' ;: and fundamentalists refused Gator Inman, powerful center, and in Jacksonville Sunday.Mr. cousIn Miss Lula Mae Lewis. ding, are applied to the manufacture Times, published in Quincy by R. FLORIDA
to be frightened by an amazing Brownlee and Graham. husky and Mis. D. L. Phillips, Mr. Mr. .J. W. Lewis and Mr. W. S. of Purina Chows. All Chowsare ti Sweger!: member of the Florida
.I. number of points scored and its guards-are back. Two tackles, and Mrs. J, S. Norman and family, Ray were attending to business In sold on the basis of loweringthe .. --- -- -- .

i :S' unimaginative line stopped the Howard Moore and Jack Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips and Starke Monday farmer's cost of productionIfthey ...._,J.__"-c.'...... ..'" .; ,:' _..';::":.'. ", :;'. "' :'':.. ,,'"' '".-.,,.."..'n".o..'\.ol" -'" --!>-- ..Joi"C,...........H. :.
: Gatora. The score was 13 to 12. both letter men, are on hand. Mac family went on a fish fry Wednesday Messrs. R. L., Cecil; Resale and don't do that, we don't want ''''' _._....-__ .-- ,.-o": "." _
'.:. It was a good football game. Davis, formerly of Palatka, and night at Bedford Lake. All M. C. Thomas and Mr. B. 11I. andS. any feeder around Starke to buy. Tit
i'': "But, of course, down at Florida Buck Kicjtliter and Lester Robinson .reported a nice time. T. Johns of Starke spent last them.
e e that has been forgotten. beIng of last year's squad, are lookIng Sunday here with their cousins, "Right here, I want to emphasize -
young, they live.:in the future. i Rood: at the end A safety demonstration meetingwas L. O. and Johnnie Lewis.: I the fact that Purina Chows are ir +
'SO now they're waiting for Tech. When the last term passed on held at Clearwater recently by Mr. Fred Shaw spent this weekIn I not intended to take the place of
Maybe they'll take the Jackets. and took Dave Moore and Gerald the Florida Power Corporation. C, Lacrosse with his parents, Mr. I home grown grains. Their ,purpose e
.r, But they're sure of it down there. Cox with it,, things looked bad M. Turner, line superintendentand and Mrs. Henry Shaw. I Is to supplement the home r
!vi Someone who has Just come from for the backfield. Since then the chairman of the company's Mrs. Bill Hines and eons, of grains so as to form a Complete, 7
'' situation .has safety committee, made a. reporton Brooker spent the week-end with balanced ration and to
; down that way tells me that It the changed. Sam Alvarez make the
!; Gators fall to beat; Tech this fall' and Buster 'Redgrave are the use of safety devices for the her mother, Mrs. S. L. Prescott home grains worth more." KING; OF MOTOR FUEL

f the state will be in worse shape I back after a year's absence. George prevention of injuries to employees Mr. and Mrs. Carrol AdkIns and Mr. Moody states that it will be
than if struck by a hurricane, fruit' Raymond is carrying on at his old and stated that, through a special little daughter, Joyce, of Brooker, the aim of the Farmers Grain and
fly epidemic and 116 bank failures' quarterback post. Dick Griffis and educational safety campaign I were In our section one day of, last Supply Company to render a real
at one and the same time. They Glenn McMillan are looking good.It among workers In every depart- week. service to feeders in its territory I
bet that way down there. begins to appear that the new ment, the Florida Power Corporation Mr J. H Kelley and son, Clyde, "We will not be satisfied Just
"Florida made it interesting for .backfield will be stronger, not had in recent years reduced I were visiting Mr. Kelley's son-in- to sell the Purina, 1'ne! ," he declar-
Teoh a few years back. There were weaker, than Its predecessors.Supt. the number of accidents. by eight law, Mr. O. W. Rivers, who, has ed. '"We want to. know that it is
those two years that tie gamest Grills Is doing much for per cent been ill Xor quite a while. paying the feeders. For this rea-
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know, by the quantity of noise, assistance, the sojourn at Gaines.!
when Florida Is in town. It'8 a Villa would have ,been Impossible.He '
h. colorful and amusing outfit." and Prof. Dowling are doing 1 '''U...,''''T".. .rl.'''. ':
': e e I much to stir up the support of

I Mr. Cothran evidently believes townsmen. i

that the pen is mightier than the The Tornado faces a tough ___
'touchdown. Florida will fight her schedule.. In it is found, Gaines- i .
battles on the gridiron and not in ville, Palatka, Lake City and possibly n."nrkabl.Sh-CYUnd.rEngl.;
the newspaper columns DeLand, each of which are Chevrolet' remarkable slxcylinder'enaIne ,
considered of higher rating than impresses you most vividly by
''o A new note In economy was that of Bradford. Still, the home itssensationally At smooth performance. hashing
., squad Is to be piloted by a fine every speed you enjoy that silent
seen Monday north of Lawtey. A velvet-like flow of power which Ischar
wrecked car had been knocked coach.' It has the support. It has acterlstlcof: the truly flue automobile! '
loose from its gas tank. The oc the stuff. There's only one more
cupants of another car which had thing necessary, and that's hard F

passed that way were busily engaged work. acts ; ACCELECATION!

their own in pouring tank. its contents into IIKILIUtOVX Hl'tlNGH that

Nothing with SCHOOL IIOVOU ROLL __
wrong that Just a 1'9.

h case But where opportunity knocks. First grade-: JuanIta Clark, Net- Beautiful Fisher Bodies great advantages-7 great performance
most of
us would have been
tle Ruth Starling, H. G. Wainwright I the Value f With their low,
runn'ng'! around looking for dead prove: 1 0 lines and smart graceful silhouette, weeping, their treats. Flashing acceleration

people ample room for passengers and their b one of them. Better mileage is second..
Ernest'Green 9/ sparkling color: combinations: and .
We heard a fellow from South ;:;...., # rn."J.V rich upholsteries-the new Fisher More" Power is a third. Clean Darning is
Florida moan that the only"breakhe mond Edwards bodies on the Chevrolet Six represent a fourth. Less
Third grade: Lucille Johns, one of Fisher's greatest achievements. Carbon is a _fifth. AntiKnock j
ever got was In the home town
bank Nelson Thornton, Kile Hodge. CHEVROLET felAThe is"a sixth. And Complete Safety is
+ Fourth grade: Rosa Hodge,
Irt the small town Labor Day is Mary Mott Mildred Sanders. the seventh. Try W oco.I.cp: You' have a
'''!' Fifth grade: L. demons, Ethel motor performance
> Just another labor day. new Chevrolet Six Is shattering treat coming. Hun
Davis Los! Moore, Genevieve
You would Ifatc, Don the Same Senders, Arlie Sponholtz, Kenneth every previous record of Chevrolet i dreds of thousands of Dixie motoristsuse
Austin, Alice Edwards Penile Da- success--not only because It provides c
Outstanding Economy Woco-Pep exclusively.: PERFOR.
vis. the
We parked our car beside the lake greatest value In Chevrolet The
Chevrolet MANCE
new Six I Is an unusually is the
Seventh grade: Anita Wainwright reason, !
Right near a mossy tree history, but because It gives you economical car to operate. Not
And there we sat in silence; !; Ivan Sponhlltz.E more for the dollar than other only does It deliver better than I ..
:ghth grade: Mary Reddish. any twenty miles to the
A ,
star, gal and
r' my me.
We gazed In silent wonderAs i car In the world at or near Its price! but its oil economy is equal to, If not THIS worthy!, smooth run
Facts the actually greater than, that of It. of Woco-Pcp Is
the moon began to rise. ......................... tcjl story! Modern features famous four-cylinder! predecessor. the uper-Pennsylvunia
? I saw each sparkling wavelet .. afford the proof! Read\ the adjoining grade oil thai Hand op spice
Reflected! In her eyes. : WOODLAWNvoonLAx .: column and you will know why )tu e I extreme motor hnt. That's why
over '
I gently tilted her chin it goal| for a thousand mile of
'F The time---the up girl-the place-- ........oto.o.N..oo.o.o n MILLION careful ,buyers have ..":-4. .., S<\FE lubrication per crankcme
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!. "Col durn, ain't nature grand?" \ !hc'iiooh MvrtStrnwbfirj : chosen the Chevrolet Six in less than, fill. Adds years of life to your
she said ( 1 Echo) eight momhs. Then come in and get F r car.
I pushed her In the face. a ride in this sensational six-cylin '. These Pt'O i .-- -- Stair: der rUL Caroline (for those
NKW 1'\SSI:NGFn: 6.UEUUI.ES / Melvin Curter Editor-in-Chief. autom bilc-w.lcIJ actually who prefer a straight gasoline: )
Myrtle Dixon, School news' Ed. sells in the price range of the four! Remarkable Dependability provide. ,....year-round service for
Beginning Sunday, April 21st, Hose Crawford, Joke Kdltor. In order to appreciate what outstand. .. every Florida motorist. The stations
Seaboard Railway schedules for Myrtle Norman, Local News Ed. ing value the Chevrolet Six repre ,. serving them match quality
The, ents.lthnecessnrytoremembel\that: products with quality service.
a Starke wore! coated as follows: '- '
MOUtllltOtind W... the pupils of the Wood lawn COACH 595 standards.it Is built to In design the world's In materials highest:: f.. .

No. 1-(Local) 11:19: p. m. school, take great' pleasure In pre- and In workmanship is: every inch Tirq; snAnoAnn OJL co. Distributor. for
( No. 11-(Local) 11:23 a..m. sun, >. UK 10 the readers of the Brad- The > The Im a quality cart: '
4 No. 107--(Limited)) 1:10: p. m. ford (County; Telegraph our school ROADSTER.The tXtZ OJ SI\.OAN Th.\ .. .rlolI6.9'". :> Fll"lI1E lfDtJnJE @llL ()1

No. 191-(Limited) 10:34: p. m. news each week, and hope that you PUA TON.... .O3Zftk udl..rr.r. e..I.n ..111:95 Amazing Low Prices o
NortlitxuiiKl will enjoy reading the. "Strawb The .. I
UC'" 0.
595&V&T'.f645 J
400 An achievement: no less remarkable
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lI..r, <.II_. f.S!
,. No. 2-(Local) 5:35: a. m. ry Kcho.; : than the design and quality of the

4'' No. 12-Loll.1)( ) 3-05 p. m. Our school IK well organized! and ; to".I.le Thet,4 .15-15 Chevrolet Six Is the fact thatit Is :-7'".". .. :.....:...co.\...\!:.v' .. _Co -.. ....." "'-Ito1EI.l J.Y :::
No. 108-(Limited) 6:41: p. m. Is progressing nicely. Th* 675 rh.l't'Fne: 1 .: 6S0
dltOAN : .. '.. 1
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We ( Furthermore Chevrolet delivered : 77t. 2'TJt .
Wan nee Branch tharln 101 now soon will have our basket- l'.
leaves Starke 4:00: a. m. and train ball court completed and th+n- ArtpAa.l.a.b.lPgerrv.runrSlmh/wn/ prices: Include the lowest financing .. .
handling charge: available. ..
102 arrives well, know w to",' -
Starke 2'40: p. m. you, t are golllg ln .
Blue Bur Lines the games.

: Northbound-5:10 a. m., 8:63: Tho Woodlawn Literary Society Torode-Ritch Chevrolet Company We
a. m., 1G8 p. m., 6:18 p.. m.. 8:68p. : will render Its first program the Y VES can I charge your
m. 13th of ths: month at two o'clockin 8 HRS

Southbound\ -!9:37: a. pa.. 12:07p. : the afternoon. Starke FloridaA I STORAGE BATTERY InSmith's .
p. m., 4.07 p. m., 6:37:: p. m.. 10:501: I Several pupils are out of school _
p. m. this week setting out strawberries.Joke .
Apalachicola -- Construction of Melvin Carter: "I'm doing my I '
'.,1 Oorrle bridge across Apalachicola best to geat ahead." SIX IN THE PRICE RANGE OF THE FOUR Starke
Bay may be started coon. Thelma Thompson: "You cer Garage
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.... r a nice clean I f'I the of Mrs advice him. Tlia Ill stateWith federal aid In I
hidden do. are guests NaplerV ho i left by way: < pened in the span 1 oi un hum.Minn '. ; ti

I neath a tuft of grass In the f b--I I parents Mr.\ and Mrs W N Is so easy the descent 110 unnoticeable view, prospects for suiting thin Klanor A r wood left Sunday '. I 4,:.
Newt of Florida in Short Paragraph, I Tho ball Seemed: to have a \ Brown. one'seldom knows ho IH problem are better than ever batons for an extended visit with relative j 1 I/y.

0(1 appearance Altizer put: it In Dr E. L. niggx of Slarko was a going down until he hits the bottom the board ]points out.. In North Carolina and Alabama. I !''

hit pocket and mentally agreed It I professional visitor hero th'n'! week A little drinking a little Mr. and Mrs. J.. Moore and children ",\'

would IH. a good bail to drive into I The public school hero Is pro :rambling; and the door to crimes The state of Now Jersey hotel !have moved Into town from

State : he lake on the number 8 hole. greasing nicely tinder the* mnnngr open. As on a chUle-llw-dlllte, rommlHBlon! in going to he put toi!'tied their cottage! at Kindle; Lake '
[Live News where he has been having difficulty ment of prof. Lonnie Futch and It Is nlmo.-t impossible\ to stop at after Florida's. cording! to ;Miss Jewel foyer of Haldwln Is J

on his first tee shots. But whpn! his able core of experienced teach- an,,' h.Uf-way point.C.Ii'1'roh word received this weak by ComniinIoner visiting her sister, Mrs.[ W. 1<'. '

he arrived at the water hazard and ers. )Hen II lion tain. On a Moore. .'

reached into his pocket for the Miss\ Vera Kelley of Ocala and tour of part of the !state! last week.IIII' Mrs Belle J It\ '

TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES ball his fingers encountered onlya !\\II'. and Mre.! W. O. Bennett of I ST.TIXI''H: : I II rtOHtalu conferred with the for her home In i? <. '

sticky mess. Then he learned Hawthorn were the guests of !Mr. I Now Jersey commissioner who Mr. and Mrs. It. { ,:,h

that all that looks like a golf ball and Mrs, M.\ C. Sweeney last Sun- I commended Florida for Its fine sys- children spent p
oq.. ---------- - ------------.--- _._ '-- may not be one. lie had picked upa day evening., Tallahassee Sept. 3.--Steps to tem of hotels and the manner In Klnggley Lake. 1!

Tallahassee The Phlfer State a hole In the back yard someone gopher egg.Tallahassee. John Williams of Fairbanks enforce provisions of the statewide : which they were cared for by the !\ L'Ocy. t '1 0 1 1frs. u<,<"v

junI.[ ,of Gainesville, which clo edl'e"'IIIIY. somewhere must have $3000 worth was a visitor here last Sunday. hunting act are being taken, state. villa visited her 1// d\1\;,(
Is I about ready to reopen of city of Ocala bonds ery Sunday I ""
, that be has Another gas tax by the fresh water fish and g&lpe' a \ "
Comptroller Amos announced to- forgotten. That, at least Is LITTLE: lUXJl.NMNO.S Mr.\ and. Mrs. fJ, :
the act this time the first ever writ Labor Day way have been a .
dnv The comptroller has been ad- conclusion reached by Henry Sis- ten upon the statute books of department which thla week an- holiday but It was decidedly a their guests; his ,("
that holders of 75 per cent trunk, city clerk (Sanford Herald.) nounced the appointment of deputy ily last week. 'IJ!t j ,
vmcii and C. Cecil Florida, Is being attacked In the Labor Day for Governor Carlton
Of iiu bank's deposits have form- Dryant, city treasurer, who have supreme court It was learned today It U not unusual for the hardened game commissioners for threw, To begin with Saturday noon he Miss\ Pearle Ii i t

all agreed to the reopening, and' been carrying; these bonds on the Habeas corpus proceeding (criminal, as he sits at the threshold congressional districts. The men was both guest and speaker at a City la visiting her ,
Ur. I. N. Kennedy, Kiistls! ,
th iitnkl'ng" department now only books since they went Into office' were' Instituted on behalf of R. II. of eternity waiting for the are Madison civic clubs nxoetlng at Pensacola. Dorothy Sapp. !

?\\,in-' the petition.. 'Tho bonds matured Jan. 1. 1825, Tirnclford and C. B, Palmer, gaso- silent executioner tQ troll his first ,district; II. C. Ilarper After thIs lie addressed: the Labor -.. ,I ,\ r ,
second' district J. H. Hurst I
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the records! Indicate, but no one line wholesale agents! of Tallahassee doom to review events of his life Council This was followed Sun- ; ;" ,

'J I 1 mpa Cigars made here duriii had turnpd them In Prior to chat which are designed to test the leading to his present predicamentand reusacola, third district. day by attending services at the it"i b''"

, i. ViiRiist numbered 45948030. limo they were drawing five percent legality of an act of the 1913 leg- to heartily repent all his mis- Pensa'ot01111118t! church. Sunday! A country school E 3 '1\1' '
of lack
be danKer
There will no (ling!!: a school and \;
tu, mi,rease of 3,785,860 over the Interest. Now they draw luth- Islature imposing on each county a deeds. Then through the medium afternoon an inspection of the Na- :
of help In the auto tag departmentIf was putting his ;
,input) last month, according to Ing. $10 tax upon each wholesale gasoline of the prews they are likely to send the steady flow of applicants to tlooul Guard. Navy base and airport I their paces ;
tiguiHB 1 made public today by the dealer. The law has been en- out to the world a warning againstall continue, was tnado And Incidentally, I I '
of tag agents "Who
positions signed the (f ,
local ,customs office. Sale of revenue Avon Park forced rather haphazardly, It was acts which lend to a life of another speech. Monday\ an ad- ;
Organization of a Walter McLln commissioner declared Robert he asked ; ,
in local fac- Amos the path of Christ. west Florida highway Thena I :
( and cigarettes Investors to purchase $10,000,000worth recently Instructed each tax these agents wll start In the a "Please, sir, !
corlii' netted' the government of Florida groves Is'contemplated collector; to collect the tax, and to James Horace Alderman had near future, Mr. McLin said. The two hundred mile trip back to I pered the youngster. I ;10//,
$: :?)..761.40 during, that period. and John Snlvely Winter make a test case, Bradford and been a lawbreaker without a peer. agents will be charged with extra the cApitol city, where the usual The teacher, In : i\ t'"'
Palmer refused to It. Warrants In life his fifty odd swarm of callers awaited him lie I
pay Starting early
Haven Is he out, Inajimueh -
appointing option agents work this year, points him to take his ; '
Winter Garden Wesley Pres- who are busy In a number of I for their detention were tak- years had been spent In every conceivable as It will be their business has just returned from the aviation bacco-chewer on the I i \.

con known as the "alligatork south Florida cities obtaining op en out by the attorney general's effort to outwit the laws to see that all automobile personal address at Miami, and up on his satisfied BO, after a i
." a trapper and J. C. Pike, tions office and they obtained hahea.8 and officers of his country. Several are Is return from Pensacola Labor Day,
on groves forthe, proposed taxes are paidbefore tags aim at cuspidor he ; I f
and fisherman who writs from the times ho had failed and had been plans were In progress for a trip to
moonxhtner corpus supreme
(corporation J. A. Dingwall Jrand' ., sued. This law, one of the 102(1( boy back I don't I
held at Tavaraes without court. forced sentences, but Pulin llfiich. The drainage boardmeet's i'
been York to serve Jail i
have John Kllllnger, new are measures, is one which will bring I believe he did do a ,
double hammer -.--.-._- the 'had been short and the jq'
In the terms
bond the leaders in the syndicate of investment In additional funds, the amount of L ( :

slaying of 'Lev} Allen and Angle bankers who are "seek- 11.1.N1..1..11N.0..N. punishment not severe enough to which cannot be correctly estimated .

Cillls at Mohawk last July 6, will ing a minimum of $10,000,000 in .. make him reform. Then one day I until licenses are distributed ........................ ,. ,. 4.e 1,
their lives Tuesda HAMPTON he killed three officers on ,;
!go on trial for options on grove properties." : : revenue "I "'
\ morning In the Lake countycow's *' MU Ada INImmo Cor.: OI toile high! seas oft Fort Lauderdale, : LAWTEY. : I
and the penalty was death. Just; I .
Florida'snext !
Crescent City Work on a new .0110..N.N11..1N1.1.. before his time arrived he wrote: Initial citrus\ Inspection crop will of be made by A111/ f ,.

Okahumpka-One1 of the big emery at Long' Station is nearing honorable D. n Nobles, superintendent "As I sit here In my ('ell.1 can Commissioner of Agriculture Nathan R. H Theda was business via-

milUHtrles of Florida is the mining completion according to George of transportation for the look back and see Just what causedme ; Mayo according! to news Itor to btarko l Monday\

,)f white clay, or kaolin. Vast Price owner. The construction re- Georgia Southern and Florida rail- to be where I ant today. given out' in lda! department thin rich Mooro and a party of \

iliinntitleH of this product are mln- aulied more than 200,000 feet of road, his secretary Bill Fltten, Drunkenness first, starts u young week. More\ rigid rules ate to be friends attended tho boxing match ( I

id( anJ marketed in. the region lumber and a large crew of people :Mr. SI lies, chief dispatcher and a man to gambling -and swearing/ carried out and I the new green her Monday\ night IL -, ,1 \

mound Okahumpka, the industry which provided a payroll in large number of their friends and grows on him-and from that step I 1 fruit law will be enforced Following ])1'. and !Mrs. J. IT. Carradltie '. 1

!diving employment to'' an army of this community during the summer relatives pent' the week-end at lie becomes hardened In his heart this ,Inspection a/rigid system spent Monday\ in Lawtey. '
mcutha. The fernery Is Irrigated, Hampton Hotel and Hampton In and hatred 1 toward man- I Sao ek snu ranee ? I
workers.: Hut this Industry is envy will Insure that no fruit not Miss Dorothy, Snpp of Starke: ., I t A
menaced by foreign competlt'on! it requiring several thousand feet Beach They left last !Monday kind. Then, as he grows up, he completely" Toady .for the market spent the week-end In Lawety visiting ; t

yyltli cheap labor and cheap water of water pipes and fittings to complete morning! for Silver Springs! where becomes what yon would call educated will be shipped.! /!: Mills Dorl nurnoy.Mr. la ....... Br.MMnionU ......- then mrkw .. .r j
transportation The industry needs this part of the construction. they will enjoy another treat. to crime. Bootlegging/ and ---.-- and !Mrs W. E. Torodo and .. come Intel/on/ .or ...If.. :' I .,
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and should have tariff protection. The fish tall sprinkler system l is In Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Moneley and smuggling\ (the next step. And Everglades drainage will come Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Hill with their laM.. ol. Ih. imuruwlllllM b ..r.bodden. .I., b. i

use, which Is of the very latest type daughter, Miss Clyde visited their there are other angles of downfallthat up for discussion: of definite action families\ have moved back to Law- 1'o I' 'I }

Winter GardenWork has been used In ferneries. daughter .Mrs. J. E. Ormond of lead to the devil. September fourth at Palm Head, tey from their summer homes at slack II.....Iwnw...... ,,,.,..b....p.nl... -. ,m..... I : I Iauaoclauy

started by the Florida Public Service .'ulatka last Sunday. "I started smuggling about 10 that date having bryim set by the Ktngsley Lake. and p.". foe .........,1.101.. IiIMonol ran-. }
Company on a transformer Orlando Considerable Interest Mr. Lee Parker and family had years ago from Cuba and the Bahama I board's chairman Governor Carlton Monday during the rain two au ...I 110., ..I..., .lot iMTl.i....asses.l .srnle M- (

sub-station which will govern the has been aroused by copies o-t as their guest last Saturday,. !Mr. Islands.! And as the years Drainage la seen as one of tomobile incident happened on the "In"'IN.hrlp...jam... p..ld. your i
1 1 1.n.
. tertric load passing over the city's Pacific coast papers reaching here Parker's father, John Parker of pasBod I grew more and more! I the state's major projects the I Everglades highway north of Lawtey. A Hudson III lite u,1
.... .. elw.prC
wires from the generating plants containing ac'ou'nots of sentence of Cam pviiIe. hardened In crimeone from the section being enthusiastic and a Fold) collided injuringtwo

at neuron Springs and Avon Park. three months In Los Angeles coun- Miss Mary Elizabeth! Lahey, of other and one to the other all lead' concerning the plans of I the new negro occupants of the Ford. J. R. DAVIS & CO. '

The sub-station is being erectedon ty jail given to a Japanese mess Columbia, S. C., l Is spending this to the very darkest depth of sin board. This meeting! will be the And a. big car went in the ditch] :

a triangular piece of ground lying hoy ''of the steamer Calawa by week, with Miss! Margie John!!: and finally It would up with mur- forerunner of a series which will near Dr. Brow n's home, no one being INSURANCE ;

directly' west. of the company's United States District Judge Jamesof S. M.\ Simmons and family who der. Oh, ,my .regret Is that did take place in the southern part'of Injured. Both accidents hap STAIIKE, FLORIDA "' '

Ira( plant on Plant street. The to- Los Angeles. The mesa boy have been the guests of Mrs.\ Sim not open my eyes and !see: what It -. CI1 "
at- mons' for several days leading to. I made lots of
all coat of the station wilt be more unknown to the ship's officers daughter was
than $50,000. tempted to go ashore at San Pedro have returned to their home at money and I thought there was iy

a e with! quantity of contraband pap- Sparr.A. nothing to worry about. Dut I ,

West Palm Beach Ralph ayas and mangoes from Hawaii. A. Futch and family of Lees-. have found out differently now. THE 11, !

Knowlea 25, of Riviera was Instantly These are hosts of the Mediterranean burg, are guests of Mrs. Futchs' And that Is why I wanted friends f

killed and Richard Fox fruit fly and are forbidden en- sister, Mrs\ 1(. B. Watterson this and relatives to witness the happy S _
coast The week peaceful death If a man that
also of Riviera, was slightly! InJured try at Pacific ports.
here early today when the boy admitted that he had tried to Mrs. II A. Delk returned to her has been,pcked! up out of the very

automobile was struck by the rear: avoid the port Inspection services, homo here last Sunday after a depths of sin by the gift. of cur Almighty -
business trip to West Palm Beach. God
be- and pleaded guilty.Tallahassee
end of a freight train that was
Their !Mr.\ N. B. Hull postmaster at "But as I am denied this request ,
ing switched into a siding. !
automobile was dragged 300 feet The state hotel Starke who passed to the great I will hand this letter to the i f

sad completely demolished. It was department, under the reorganization beyond last Saturday evening, has Miami herald to be published otter I 'vk
end effected by Governor Carlton a host of friends here who were my life has been taken from
It was necessary to hoist one
of the freight car to free the dam- i has saved at total of 12302.55 grieved to learn of his death. me. But nobody can take what ,
during the months of March, April, Mr. and Mrs\ J. W. B denhaughIr. God gives us. For-Ilia words are
aged automobile and Its occupants.
May and July of this year com- !\ and Mrs. J. V.". Parsley and true. And I pray that all who

Tallahassee-The Florida State pared with the showing for the Mrs. P. B. Hunt were shopping in read stills statement will ask Him,

Canal Commission has received a same months last year, Ben 11. Starke last Saturday our Almighty God, to give them f !
nostaln commissioner of the department Mrs. P. B. Hunt Inner Sentlnal the same satisfied mind, love and
letter from John E. Frenkel, city "
has advised the gover- for the state district convention kindness lie has given me.
clerk and treasurer; stating
Substantial sums are expected of the Woodmen Circle of Starke lie leaves a lesson to mankind, 4,
of the nor.
the board of commissioners
to to the fund for ad- Grove No. 278, attended the con- as hundreds of others have, but as 3
city of Pensacola have officially en- go
dorsed the waterwaysfrom vertising the stat*'s.hotels, apartment vention at Lake Butler thin week he failed to heed the advice of 't
? and restaurants this fall the and reports a pleasant trip. others, so will some'young men
Cumberland Sound Georgiaand The fund to be turn- Mr. and Mra.\ Napier of Orlan- now on the way down fall to heed 1'f N ;11' u I -IF f
Florida, to the Mississippi river report said. .. 9
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"The commissioners resolved ed over to the advertising

that the project was worthy of Its was authorized by the legislatureto : : ; TM : ;' hi \

support and would strive to, lend be realized from money above : ; : ::;,{:: :
of the de
what aid! possible," the letter the operating expenses
This shows the Fuick Road {
stated. partment. 1r4 r4'u' (
C . "I Shock Himinutor, an ociu-
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A corner's jurywhich row, *.infeulureonaIl193oDuicks.o .
fhlefland: -It lsN reported by Pensacola Investigated- the shooting .... "
the Hank Chlefland that 62 carloads '
Watson 0 =
night of James )"
of cattle have been 8
will makeno ;'
from this point since January 1 of Jr., 25, by his father r.

this year. The' bank says that decision until. exactly after a how hearingto the Woltic fl/ef'Jrill' score for
these cattle brought more than determine! The father ) ,
" 'too' total being in young man met death. 1 1'
per car, "
ball '
without -
excess! of $63,000. Cattle sold in James Watson Held his and 29 Steering Geer,
the county jail, ad! he shot zkiii&A
Levy county during the /first seven In the latterIn : .
after .
in selt-defense a 'tWct''t
months of 1929 amounted to more son
than $300,000, It is estimated. The an alleged drunken frenzy, had I
with a shotgun and TQ s SERVIc-
cashier of the Chlefland Bank says attacked him Watson's'body borethe" :: make Buick the easiest.Such are the fine results of two matchless! {

that this showing Is made In spite knife. Young wound In new quality features in the 1930 BUlck-

,of' the cattle. tick.. .. the marks abdomen of a which shotgun might have \; Illustrations0M ;};N Nt car in the world to drive two features which add to this car's appealas

fatal and there were marksof : the greatest! dollar value of the day: a r
1'allahaa8en.. 1 1. Duncan of proved .
Miami > the office buckshot in the neck and chest, \ : "" ? The road shock eliminator-built into the wonderful new frictionless steering gear t3
of will chief formally highway engineer of together with an apparent stab \" :' :" : .- '' '}'i>; front of the frame on the steering gear and the dew Buick road shock eliminator! l l[

Florida tomorrow. Mr. Duncan wound In the breast, the jury \ : .' ':. :.'0 side-absorbs every jolt and jar arising The new Buick steering gear of the effective ,; t

Succeeds J. L. Cresap, whose resig- found. .' \ ;" 1" ." '; from road inequalities and thus prevents worm-and-roller type, moves with in'I,,
nation was accepted at the last Florida's schools ., 0;.... ,Cop's ,'"-,!A,1".1:) their transmission to the steering wheel and comparable ease throughout its entire '

meeting of the state road depart- Tallahassee continue \j ;, \. the driver's hands. ing range assuring instant, effortless
legally / ,', '
roads may \ I. $' _
ment held in July Mr. Cresap and to good draw upon the proceeds of ,",".'"I''''., ".'.'' ." ""' Imagine being able'to travel the roughest response to the driver's,, every wish.

today bid farewell to road depart. gasoline tax, road with hands the Come drive this ''Buick. Head for the't'
maim workers who have been his the sU cent state ID1ri : "' your resting lightly on new
1\1' oclates for in building although the two acts of the 1929 J.. E" ; i1 wheel! Think of )having an automobile road you ordinarily avoid as too rough for ,

Hu( highway system years lit the state. legislature are being attacked In Ira IIt.J ,', which you can' drive all day at any speed- comfortable travel. Test these twin i

lie has been highway de- the supreme court, Attorney Gen- \.. 4.. "i ., .-''.. 'i.. without feeling a single road jolt trans features of comfort which make the new
In the \ .
partment .almost since Its organl- eral Fred H.Ernest Davis has Amos.advised Mr. "fior"'...-;.,,'..1. .";", .t""''';' &;;li'1' .' ,, mitted through the steering wheel! Buick the easiest steering car in its field!
Comptroller 't; Ioi't'!:
Jatlon. Amos asked the attorney generalfor I q_ ?J }ML BUICK MOTOR COMPANY F L I NT. MICHIGAN

Falatko A large warehouse of an opinion as to whether leviedby two '! ;: : ;;,{ Canadian Ficlorii D; .m a/ Gintral Moron nuild r. of "1 ti

the Zorn Transfer company was cents of the five cent tax dlstrlb- I .'IJ) i <. !It, Mcl.uablin.Duld.. Uihawa. On. Otrpfnumt Buick inj M.rquMt. Motor' Carr''
be lawfully {
act may -"3" --KN.
< troyed( by fire here today ;
the $200,000. ited to the state road / NEW LOW PRICES
estimated at
Origin; of the fire was undetermln- construction and maintenancework I Ct": 118' Wheelbase Model., $1225 to J1291 124'Vheelbaae. Models $M6J to SU95 5 11
'a urnl1 in view of the court lltlga- J J2* Wlilt>..e Model! ,,$i525 t<>>J199J .',
, Mr. Zorn estimated that Instituted! by John E. Mathew 1. Taw prifr. f. .. b. (a.'..,. Special qiripm.nl, ..r... Hull k drllvmd price Inrliul. only naaonabl. charm. far UIU.r* and
valued at $15,000 was storedIn ;Ion attorney, '\ '--.. Convenient arum can .b. .........d en ii,. liberal (,MAC: TI... Payment 1'1... Cunaidat...delivered pnr aa wall aa ....
the warehouse. lIe did not *, Jacksonville lot situ when ...nlp....." .ulvHiubiJe ..oJu000 t
the ."
know how much Insurance was tuestlonlng .

carried by Individuals owning the if portions.of .tho.act.. REGISTER MOTOR COMPANY''

furniture and not by the ware- Arthur Altizer
Dora -
house was Mount Bradford County
company. The building earful In the future
laid to have been covered. partiallYby will| be more stray golf balla. Starke Florida L i
Insurance. about picking up ,
\. be Played the ML plymouth Telegraph

Ocala-ifidden fa an old Block "ountry club course near thought here was to- WHEN BETTER AUTOMOBILES ARE BUILT BUICK WILL BUILD THEM
ing, In a crevice la the wall or In lay he found



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InOlroult Court, Hitidfoid CountN",
V Seaboard A'r Line railway has Because Georgia and Florida ore PlnrlitA. In Clianomy
J H. Lord H. Loul,
and K\a hI'
found It has more railroad track: next-do6r neighbors, there has always wife comiilalHantM VH, I.HIIIII( UThumpNfin. .

** than It can use. been a keen Interest on the et ill I'I.e: li>fciuUintM.
Hull fo Uulvt nnd llnnoteCl I
U has asked the Interstate Com part of each state to watch what ..uil

merre' Commission for permissionto the other Is doing In the forward To the known an l unh-nnwn di'fitmliintH .
]WKS. C. A KMGHT I :TKK- lit\ the above IIIvl'd ..1111...., tn- I "STORES ALL OVER FLORIDA"
quit operating 18 miles of Its march of progress. There has always wit: Laura JThompHrnx." Tuum D.

TAIN4rI' : lines between North Galnesvlll been more or less of a Thompmin and Humnrl H TliomiiMon RIGHT NEXT TO GAIETY THEATRE
j her hUHband Fleming I). "Smith! T. STARKE FLORIDA
: and and Sampson City.Therailroad healthy rivalry in attaining better H Canova and Bon, 1>. 13. Canova and '- -- --
A color scheme of yellow says it Is not makIng schools, paved highways and in the Hon Hlnion liitkenhelmer Hamuel B.hubbnrd .
carried out when Mrs. Catallnd A. UrayMll. Catalina -
white was BACON Best VlhiteRib -J
the line. creation of better living conditions. ---PoundT'
any money A. (Urayhlll If alive and If dead, -
c : M C. A. Knight entertained at The road which the Seaboard Georgia. too, has had its pressing their) unknown helix, devl....en. lega- ,
in her home. The rooms tee.. or grantees and to all partieS
i Saturday wants to abandon Is the Jacksonville problems of finance and taxation having I or who may claim to have
i; of lower floor where four tables Gainesville and Gulf railroad and in no rnora than one Instance any riftht, title or Inferent or exlate Maxwell House Coffee I ClearbrookI -
auction In and to the following dencrlbud
were arranged for progressive a part of the Seaboard sys- Florida has put on brake, to see land... to-wit: Vegetables t I BUTTER
triage, were decorated with Lot Block I what' In ,Lb.. J
and bowls of golden glow tern. It is a small line. None of "how it will work. Our Oyn known 1n3t r ...Pnh{ pnUllorecord Pound - .. 46c .
baskets the Seaboard fast trains travel It. state has pioneered In such of Bradford county, state of
from the garden of the hostess, Florida, BH LlvlnKHton-Tr l M Standard No.
Items of Cans
as a state system high- Irish Potatoes
tallies of the same flower, company' addition to Mtarke n".II.-l\\ I
and TEXAS PAVH OAS TAX ways and -in the Improvement or County and State, aa thw HIIITIA) ap. 3Lbcan--$1.38, 1
were used for keeping score durIng 1 the state schools. but Georgia Ja pear 60.ot record in D....d Book : 1'age
the At the close of the _
game. Some readers of the' Telegraph now well on the way toward accomplishment firrrtlnir '
appropriate prizes were I You and each of are hereby SIbs 22c
afternoon evidently decided from the article \ of great things both you - -
to Mrs. T. T. Long and required to be and appear befcirnthe TOMATOES Garden Peas String-
; ;. presented appearing last week that the Texas In the creation of a complete system Judge of the Circuit court of the

'. Miss Minnie Gruber for high and Company was included in the list of state highways and In the Florida Twenty-HlxJh, In and Judicial for Bradford Circuit county of, less Beans

f low respectively. of oil companies selling gasoline improvement of its schools. on Monday the seventh day of October 2 N 0 2 cans. 1 19
::4 Playing cards with Mrs. Knight A. U, 1929 at the court house t; ceberg, large Ilead' 25c
In Bradford county and not Florida has been closely watching -;
Mrs. D. pay- In the town of Starke, Florida< to
were Miss Ethel Griffin ing any tax In to the credit of the the proceedings ,of the 192! answer a sworn bill of complaint exhibited Lettuce ____ 15c _ _ _
T. Long,
Mrs. T. RiralnHt In the above
P. Carpenter you 'White Ribbon
i county. The Texas Company has a session of the Georgia legislature, named court by the complainant J. '- Jello and Ice
of Bac- Cream
A- Miss Flora Belle Jackson bulk station ready for operation In Just adjourned, to note what might II. Lord and Eva H. Lord f, hl wife, '
onton Ga., Miss Madge Middleton, f to removecloud and quiet title to the Fancy Tomatoes Powder 3
Starke and until deliveries are i happen In attempted solution of above described lands. Lard 21b 25c
Miss Eunice Perkins. Mrs. B. S. The Bradford S. Pound ______ 15c
1 started from the local station retail the problem of finance. That which County Telegraph a -
Miss Florence Matthews weekly newspaper, publlxhed In the
Carroll. For 25c
dealers are supplied from was the center of interest was the town of Starke Bradford County
i Miss Hazel Mlddjeton Miss Mary Gainesville and credit given the fight", Incident to Introduction of a Florida, Is hereby de"'lnnated as the Cabbage nice firm
Canova Miss Minnie Oruber of newspaper In which till.*'notice shall
county on each gallon sold. sales tax proposal. That fight was be published for four consecutive FLOUR Busch
Alma, Ga. Miss Harriet lUtch According; to the report furnished waged conscientiously and stub- week 'Pound ______ 6c Ginger Ale3for40c
WITNESS, The Honorable A. Z.
Jones of Gainesville.
Miss Elise by the department of agricul- bornly by advocates of both sides Adkina-Judge, an also U. W. Alderman 6 Ib. Sack _n__ ____ 25c
; i Mrs. E. M. Johns and Mrs. II. C. -the fore and agalnsts. Sales tax Clerk and the Deal of this courtIn
Wall. ture, the following companies paidIn the City of btarke, Florida, thin4th 12 lb. Sack _______ 50c PEACHES, lb u__ We
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gasoline tax to the credit of legislation went through by a sub day of September, 1024, -

)j 4 b Tea guests were Blanche Miss Alderman Mona Al- Bradford county last month: Quit atanllal majority and it Is this bit (Clerk's Seal' ) O. W. ACDKRMAV Clerk., 24 lb. Sack ----___ 95c Sweet Potatoes

derman Miss Seaboard. Standard Sinclair Texas of legislation about which Florida J. L. FKAZKE Htnrke Florida. Bananas lbs. ..,1 25c

4Z' and Miss Isabel Fernandez. Pan-Am. solons are thinking for the simple Solicitor for Complainant.8-6-51-10-4. SOAP5BarsP&G 5Ibs.21c

reason that Florida may have to '

,, MEHDAMKS AXDKRHOS: STATION KHIIAUMI: : > resort to a sales tax should the toricn OK M\snir.! s tIM 19c Large Apples lb. We
'j.ENTERT4IN W. M. S. I Mother's Oats
'j. : state supreme court rule against -
BY VIRTUE: a decree of sale dat- ,
_uitiji, The Gulf Refining Co. has about the constitutionality of the gano ed August 23: A. D. 1929. In the California Celery
l Mrs. A. W. Anderson and hostes'sesTuesday Mrs. completed repAlrs and laying of line tax laws passed at the las cause of Farmers TriiBt & Sp-vlnga I CHIPSO Bunch ____ 17c 33cAluminum31
Sam Anderson were new driveways 'Jn the Courtesy session of the Florida legislature. Bank a corporation complainant, vs.

afternoon to the members! Service Station on Temple avenue, Therefore, as a matter of general Frank S, Owens et al, defendants 2 small

c of the Woman's Missionary Society operated by D. A. Monteith. The Information, The Sun sum- pending, In the Circuit Court of Florida .. 19c 'White Onions 3Jbs. 25c c

x of the Methodist church the meet- entire station will be placed in first marizes the scope of the Georgia Twenty-Fifth Judicial Circuit I
being held In the library of theWoman's In and for Putnam County In Chancery OuarkersPuffed'Vlleal
I4J4 Ing class shape. sales tax law which provides levIes '
Club building. which said decree Is of record 1 Large- -22c Yellnw Onions
j of one mill on gross retail Bud -
In the appropriate record book In the
A delightful feature of the after- NOTICI3 OF TI .\Cnl nH EXAM: wholesale receipts or Boles one- office of the Clerk of the" Circuit 3lbs. -- ---- ----- 20c 2for29c
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nooh the of Rev. and I
was presence half mill on manufacturers' salesor Court of Putnam County, Florida .
: Mrs. J. C. Dlggs of Gilbert S. C. Persons desiring to take teach- proceeds and three mills on In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Evaporated Apples -

Eight years ago Mr. Dlggs was pastor -I ers' examination will report (it gross receipts of public utilities Court of Clay County Florida, I MILK Sweet Mixed Pickles

of the church here and this court house Starke, Florida Sept. and amusements. That means, respectively and In the ofllce of the Clerk of the -19c 3 Large PET 49c
). 1 Circuit Court of Bradford 2pkgs ,- ---- 1
former pastor and wife were given 19th at 8 o'clock.A. one cent on each ten : County, I 1QE. 33c
Florida, to which decree and
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: welcome. Miss Ruth
: a hearty J. Grlffla. supt. dollars of retail and wholesale receipts -
record reference l 18 hereby made
Dggs! who was formerly here with -4-, one cent on each' twenty for a greater particularity; the undersigned J.-.. -

her parents is Carolina now a missionary Institute. ........................1 dollars of manufacturers' cash receipts a* special master In chan. -- -- -

worker in and three and one-thtrc cery In said cause agreeable ,to the NWV4 of NWVi of .SUV. Section 82 Range 25, Acres 158.44.KnnilH 8, Kange 24, A"r-t; .

,: Seoul. Korea. : BO AT DRAIN : cents on eac } ten dollars taken in terms of said decree, will offer for Township 8. Itange 24, Acre 1'.00. In Clay (....antr. Florida 1iIJ of st.4: Section-,
Mrs. U. A. Weeks leader of circle Mrs. Itlnnrhe<< 1<:Edwards Cor. by amusements and public utili sale and sell at public outcry for SWVi' of MWV, Ell{, of SWW NW/4 Sw'/i Portion S. ? unge 24.: Acres 79.18.. Town..I1ISWI,4

number' two. presided over the ties. Firms do'ngl/ a 'Volume of cash In hand to the highest bidderat of SVI4.See lion 18, Township 8. 23, Acre 180.33.7 Township 7, Range of NWVi and NWU of SW ,

;' $ meeting and read a scripture lesson ........................ business amounting to less than the front door of the court house Hange M. Acres 100.65. ZcB'4 of SWVi; (Lot 11)) and west Section 20, Township 8. Hang :4
In Palatka, Putnam County Florida N% of sn4! (except 17 acre) Sec.
e, ..4 on the subject of "Service Mr. Ardell Strickland is expected -, thirty thousand dollars) per year during the legal hours of sale on llon 12, Township 9, Range 24, Acres 14 acres of SW# 'of NW.i (Lot B) 79.90.
i& after which a short business session 63.Ol(>. Section 7. Township .&; Flange 23, LAnds. In ItrnilforA,
will ,
to come to visit relatives be exempt from the! sales tax Monday the 7th day of October, A. Acre 54.00. County, Florid!!!
I B<4 of NC14;: NWM of SWVi Section
; was held. It was announced here this week. as will also farm products and 'D., 1929, all of the estate right title, 19 Township 9, Range 24, Acres SE'/t Section fownnhlp g, Range HWVt'of' of NWM' N'a of 8\V' iTtl

that Miss Hazel Middleton would Rev. Blanchard preached at 'livestock sold directly by the prod Interest and equity of the 'said defendant 120.00. \ 23, Acres 162.49. Range\ 22 I-IW, Acres% Section IS1*.6H.2 J. Town4hlp'

give a recital on Friday evening China Grove Sunday.Mr. cE'r. Insurance companies mutual Frank S. Owen, In and to W-4 of NJO 14. E'4 of NWVi Section, Went imit of not 1In NnU. nVj to xatlHfy'"al Id decree, ami, cost>
( 20 Townnhlp 9, Lange 24 Acres
the lands mentioned; In the' bill of of NWV, nod SUM 1 of
the 20th, the tame being for the SEW Section
and Mrs. Arch Prevatt were savings banks charitable or- 160.04. this 29th, day of August A
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Township 8 Range
24, Acres .
complaint and ( 1).
leel-.e.o( nale In said t929.
benefit of the local work of the LotH 8 and of
visiting Mr. Gene Grlffls Sunday. ganizations fraterpal and benefit 2 7 10 N'/j Lot 9 182.30.
cause, described,.,follow*, to-wlt.:, Section 28 Township 9 Han 29, J. N. BLACKWCLLA ;
society. This recital Is autlclpat tea KVj, of NE% Section 8
Carl Andrews was visiting at societies and other non-profit In- Acres 180.00. Township .
I.niul In Putnam Veuty. Florida 8, Hange 24. Acres 81.59. Special Master in Chancery n
_ / ed with much pleasure as Miss W. W. Coleman's home Sunday.We stitutions. Georgie's treasury. so NEVi of SIU' of SE 14 said .
of cage.THOS.
.ffsinJNW1: NEI4 9
action. ,
-, Mlddleton is a gifted reader and are having ,some more rain it is estimated. will be enriched to range St%( of 23.SE Acres 4 Section, 80.00.12 Township 9, of 8WV SWVi, si'4 of N\V'.4 Section SW>4 SK 20, 8, Uange 24. Acre40.41.. :Jownnhlp 13. DOWPA Pttlalka, Kin

: $ will be assisted by excellent musicians for a change.Our the tune of at.least a million and a 8EV4 of NW. EVi of SWVi SEVi of Township 9, Kange 24. Acres 22000 Lot 3 and that part of Lot 4 lying i Solicitor' for Complainant.
in the evening's entertain- eighth; grade Is being trans half dolars through the sales tax SE'4 and 64 acres In Sty of NEVi i South 3S acres of S\V'4 of NE%. In c'liiv ffmntv "St> ment. Section 13, Township 9, Han KB 2.1. RK:'i of NI'' ',II of MB', "HVVV4 of ,
''Lb ported to town to school. levies. 261.62 NEill '
acres.NV4 SKVi EVJ II, of of SEVI, of SElf, SVaof
e. Mrs. A. Wood interestingly discussed The members of the eighth The Georgia legislature also of NWH SWH* of NWH hHVi\ of SEVi\ Section SO, Township
cv two chapters from the book before Income NW'/i of HWI.4 West 25 acres of NKV,) 9, Hange 24, Acres 200.00. I. .
grade were Prof. Dowling passed an tax bill which -
of SWJl Section IB Township 9, K',4 of NEVi NEVi of BWVi.: WVi of
_ ,. now, being) studied, which is "Jesus\ Saturday taking examination.Supt. provides for payment of a state tax Hange 23. acres If4.1b.. BW/i Section 32, Township; 9. Itange
Our Ideal." Mrs. J. C. Dlggs gave Grlflla visited school last on net Incomes amounting to one- SwVt of NEVi W Vj of SDH Section 24, Acres 201.10. I 14sm4 .
a brief talk concerning her :daugh third 16. Township 9, Hunge. .. acre NAh of NE%, NE 4 ot NWVi Section \ '
Friday. amount paid the federal 119.85. 33 Township 9, flange S4 Acre
Jnnualit lirr
: ter's work 'In Korea. Carl Edwards!: entered town government on incomes. This W% of NE%. Section 17, Township 120.27. ".' : I -
pt't. The gracious hostesses served school this week.iniEAMLAM. Item is expected to yield at least 9, Range 23, acres 80.35. EVi of NWJ4 Section 6, Township lIfsrllsmlIstiifr.IIt'aMIRikftth .1 I '
8 acres In Southeast corner of lot lO.Range 24. Acres 8004. 4 ,
delicious fruit punch and wafers
,4i, four million dollars ,
annually.The 10 Section 18. Township 9 Hange 23, NW' < -< e-tA* : _
of W 4 of
during the social half hour. : : ) ARENA: Acres 8.00. SWVi NWVi NEVi
p working out of these systems of NW>4 Section 15. Township 8,
I Enlovlne the afternoon with the : of raising money forxopera- Lots 7 8 13 And 19- of- Mf>RnAa- tract Hange ..5. Acres 163.21, I

c hostesses were: Mrs. J. T. Guy The following are the results of Ion of the state government of of(28i NW acres. Section) and 21 ,acre Township; In NW B 4J WV4 t or 'RE% NV4 of SWy, ST3Vi of
NWVt Section 21 8
ig Township ,
- t Mrs. E. M. Johns. Mrs. T. J. Griffin the bouts staged at Lawtey Mon- Georgia will be watched with the Kange 23, Acres,4 25. Acres 200.80. Kange

Mrs, J. vV. Whiter; Miss Kate day night by R. F. Carradlne andJ. closes fnterest by Floridians 21! .Lots Township 1 and! 4 II,, and Hange the 8 23<4.Section Acres SWVi of NWVi section 22, Township Don't let

_1 Struth. Mrs. W. B. Parks, Mrs. O. Prevatt, under auspices of local Gainesville DailY Sun. 409.40. 3. Range 25, Acres 4001. Anybody

,. I R. A. Weeks, :Mrs.' A. Wood, Mrs. National Guard for benefit NEVi of SRM. SV4 of' 8EM WV of ship NW 8,%Range of NW 25%; Acres Section 4005.27, Town

_ W. E. Middleton, Miss Amelia Lawtey Parent-Teachers Association SW'4 9. Range(Lot 23.4)Acres Section 192.00.23: Township NW% of NEVi NV4 ot RW' of NEVi "KID" you

_ Ray Mrs. J. H.. Rltch, Mrs: L. S. : WEATHER: REPORT WEEK: S'/j\ of NEVi Section 34, Township 9, Acres Section 60.10.28, Township 8. Range- 25, .
Hutto Mrs. S. S. and Paul Moore ENDING SEPTEMBER 1, 11)2) Range 23, Acres 80.00. '
Dowllngr Brow
Lawtey vs. !
: of SWVi of SE% EVl of SWVi SWVi A lot of people are trying to make you
Rev. and J. C. of Gilbert ard Strickland NWJ4\ NEVi of NW% of of N\V Section
Mrs. Dlggs, Starke 10 round NAVt* 8V4 of NW' Vi 2!9. Township 8,
of NW 4 Section 2S believe write miles into tire.
Range they
Date Acres 160.20.Nt4
Max.: Mln. Precip. 26. can a
S, C, out> Strickland won by technical | Township 9, Range 23. Acres
01 ...09.60. !/ of NEVi\ Section 31. Township
Aug. 28 88 70 Tr. Don't let them "kid"
-- knockout in ,third round. Eddie! 8, Range 26, Acres 81.06. you. There are
? TWENTIETH CENTURY; CLcn O'Donohue referee. Aug. 29 90 68 Township NU. 8C%9,Lots Kange 1 I and 23,.Acres:3 section 685.08 27,, NEVi\ of NEVi!SV4 af NEVA NW% of i A no miles in a bottle of ink!*'
Aug. 30 92 70 ST'.Vi NEVI of 8WVi SV4 of NWV Section -
_. : Vernon Rowe, Lawtey vs. Tom- Lotir-1' 2 and 3 and an Island Sec- 85, Towhshlp 8, Range 26, Acres
." (,, Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Peek enter my Holton., Jacksonville, technical Aug. 31. 83 69 .121 Ion 141.25".J, Township II, Range 2J, Acres 281.12. The only way you can get miles into ar.

: tamed the members Of this' club knockout fourth round in favor of Sept. 1 87 70 .01 All of Section 35 Township 9 WVi of' NnVi NW,4 Section. 16, Ctire is to build miles in, the way Goodyear -
25 .
Townyhlp 9. Range Acres 240 78.BW.Vj .
Sept 2 81 T1 1.46 ;
Range .
23. 848.94.NIr
last Friday evening at Klngsley lolton. Six round bout.
Section U. does with the
bridge Charles '' :sept 3 85 70 ..10 of SEll Section 36. Township 9, 'I'own..hl 9. I powerful
Lake. The guests played on Beck: Lawtey vs. Bobble
e Sept. 4 ---! 12 -- Kange 23. Acres 80.34. F- y.: tractive All-Weather
: the cool which decorated -
Shannon Jacksonville
J porch was four round 15 acres In SE14 of SW% and 10
with golden rod and palms. bout -a"draw.: Total rainfall ________ 1.69 In. aoren in rka'.flJ: SWVi Section Tread and extra-elastic,
Township 10,' 23, Acres 25:oA. GAIETY ,
I When the scores were added It was Bob Blanchard Lawtey vs. North 25 acres. of NEVi of 'NB'/i f extra-durable SUPER-

:, found that Mrs. L. Wyman and MIke Futch. Lawtey, four round The Proof northeast 5 acres of SK',,of NB%. % : TWIST Cord.a' .
_,, IBVi> of SE%. Sof\ tiE'4. KVt of
Mr." J. W. Andrews Jr. held high. bout decision In. favor of Futch.
| 2. Township 10, Kange
..1 while Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Inman Glen'McMillan, Starke vs. Jack A Georgia lawyer tells of a dar- 23. Acres 229.25.NV4 THEATRESTARKE Then you can give a real I

"_ held low. ford, Starke four round bout a ky charged In a town In that state 10 Range of NEVi 23, Section Acres 79.78.II. Township -\; guarantee the guarantee

,4'_ The following guests were served draw.I i with theft His lawyer decided 8W. of NJ4 of NWVi of NEVi W..%, FLA. l/: we give with the Goodyear -
with a salad course Mr. and Clean Woolen, .Lawtey vs. Carl to put him in the box In his own of NWVi-pf NWI4 Section: .It. Township '.
: Mm. J. W, Andrews Jr., Mr. and Dlnklns two fifty pounders. ehalf. The magistrate being 10, Range 23.: 40.00. T Tires we sell:

1' Mrs. O. L. Beasley Dn and Mrs. 0MIMSTHRH doubtful It the darky understood 6 I |Fractional 65 acres), south lot half 5 and of lot that. 2 part and CK\, EVERY GOODYEAR AND

; E. L. Biggs Mr. and Mrs. 0. M. ItK-OltGAMZE: : the nature of an oath, undertook of lot 4 !townShiP al'dJ: n county Seo- lJlon.Tucs.910JJlarion tPAThFINDER/ PNtUMAT.
,,) lon 13, 8, Range 24 acresNGVi
Inman Mr. and Mrs. F. F.
Stump to examine,him on the point --- \,-fi ICTJRE GUARANTEED
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Frazee Mr. and The ministerial association !' "Henry he said "you know of NWVi Section 25. Town- Nixon and Ed. *fj'AGAINST DEFECTS

Mrs. L. Wyman and Mr. J. J. which comprises all the ministers what,wiir happen' to you If you tella Shln' H_Hnngc 24, Acres 40 ,ffl p 7 ITS FOR

_ Truby. resident In Startfe and vicinity met lie?"' -x r. die QuillanIn ENTIRE UFE

Monday and re-organized for theY .'"Yes. suh," said Henry. 'I'll Jt does not cost any more to buy a-Goodyear
BRIDGE 1MUTY ar by electing Rev, G. P. Raymond to hell and burn "
go a long time. Come in and let
-- president and Rev. O. II. "Quite right." replied the Judge FOR SALE I us prove it.

I Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Wall entertained Lowry, secretary. Rev. Dr. II.; A, 'And now you know what will hap- "Geraldine" GOODYEAR SUPERTJVIST CORD

at bridge last Friday ,evening Tucker was present and gave an '
If tell the truth?
.' pen you 7th KplMxle of "TI\- The 'With the New
using old fashioned garden Interesting' talk.: Arrangementswere "Yes sub," said Henry. "We Farm Lands 'In this and ad- n Improved Pathfinder Tread

: ; flowers for decorating the rooms. made for the pastors to take lost the case." 1lIghty"Thurs.Fri.
joining counties
-some large
I' Prizes were presented to the lucky their turn conducting chapel exercises The Lowest Prices in History
holders of who and some imnll--well worth
4 high scores were Thursday mornings of each AHbls. For All .
_ 4. Mrs. E. M. John and Mr. C. A. week at the high school, the orderto the money-Small .aah pay. 12-13 HIGH PRESSURE

Knight. At the close of the evening be as follows: It was visiting day at the insane menta and long time at low .
30,3 .
1.3 __ __
,u : .g. $1.05: 82x 4 1-2 __ $13.45: :
a salad course was served to First Thursday the month- asylum. One of the Inmates ---
_, the following! Mr. and Mrs. Lynn lev. G. P. Raymond. Imagined himself to be an artist. Interest rate, for the balance. :Al JolsonIn 30x3 1-3 OS. ____ $5.10 3Jx12 ____=.__ $1111)5:

1 Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Johns. Second Thursday-Rev. J. T. and be was busily engaged In dab- They won't last long. If.you 814 :1 $8.8.13JU4 31x1 1-2 ., ____IIIU.IO<

32I ._________
f Mr. and Mrs. Junius Smith Mr. Guy. bing at an empty canvas'"with a are Interested in buying a IIIO.M 30x3! liD 8 ply ? $21.1U

(; I J. C. Robinson Dr. and Mrs. B.' S. Third Thursday-.Her, G. H.jowry. dry brush. A visitor wishing to farm you should see me. at "The Jazz Singer"Comedy ______ . $10.15 83xO:: MD 10 ply ____ $:J5.: O

Carroll and Mr, and Mrs. C. A. humor him, asked what the picture once. I will gladly show you BALLOONS .

L. .... Knight. Fourth Thursday-R.v. R. E. represented. "HOT Oil COLD'
these farms and aid In
f' Starr of Lawtey. "That," said the nut. ,"la a picture you 2O' -.40 ._____ $:s.79 3OX5.OO _______ $8.30
9' CI'rr TAX MILEAGE SAME: 4 of buying on the eas/ payment
the Isarelltes being 29's4.ZSO ___ _
pur- __ $0.5S 80x5.35:: _____. $1).83
i 1 At the meeting-held 1 T. A. MEETING sued" through the Red Sea." plan. Saturday 8014.00 _____ $OJH 31x5.25 ____ $10.25

Tuesday -- "Where Is the seaT," 30x4.79 ,____ $8.25
821\:0.00. $13.45
:: ____
F night the city council levied the' The P. T. A. of' the Bradford ."Why. that '. rolled back alow 2OX5.OO .
to L. H.HillHeCretaI7.'re4esurer MontanaHBill : ...___j._. $8.80 82x0.50 ___ Sll1.2ISRitch's
same millage for taxes this ?
year County High< School will hold a the Israelites to pass." .

as last, a total of 17 mills, divided mass meeting 'at the school house "Where are the Israelltlea In- .

as follow: Friday, 13 at 9 p. m.. Refreshments '''The,.',. Just gone by," National .Q'.! .
Farm Loan AMocta. Service Station
.+ General fund 8 mills. will be served and all parents "Then where are their pursuers "Cffwboy Cavalier"Coiedy '

i Road and bridge fund. 3 mill*. are urged to be present and T""Oh Uoa .iH '
fund 1"Ills., hear the interesting program they'll be along In a mn- "Whoopca Boys"Path's ,

pinking! funJ. 11-? mill*. which has been prepared. ute."-Pup. 9-3. 4Lbe. New


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-- _.....,""'....c52S u u 5u unu'u25Z5L5'uc-'u2S'ur'! .
Mi Nil C. A. Knight\:
I'" "" I n Ray of New York Mr and Mrs Ii

l.ity, spent: Sunday here with his '

Bats o'J: I (other'GulllnIr.! George. C, White, and last Miss Thursday Minnie from Grub-r-a visit arrived in II i : !l 1f.I 1f.

I I Mr. relatives.and Mrs. John Uglow and Jacksonville winter brother-in-law here with and, Mr.will her and\ !sister!spend!Mrs J.and the A I, M C SPECIALS, SEPTEMBER fith-7th i '

i Iev4jj I daughter Miss Carrie, spent last Saul. '
LJjdCa week la Valdo'ta, Ga., vls'tlng Mr

and :Mrs. II. J. Wnrllck. Ida Lula Davis, daughter of Mr PUKE CANE : .

Concerning{ Our People Business and and Mrs. R. J. Davis, fell from a
t : Mr. and Mrs. R L. McDonnell chair last Friday and broke an I BEST t 'i
Progress of the County and Town and family were guests Sunday Pounds d Sic .
m elbow. PJiyslctans set the break\ SUGAR GRANULATED ; '
of her Mr. ;
Uglow.Mr. .parents and Mrs John and the little lady is now ImprovIng I .; i VI

the nature of the
25Z525Z52Onion S 5 2 R 5 2 5 Z u''Z ?5'r sa 5 b s as as "

Seta. J. F. Klckltterjr spent several dars of, this week I. and Mrs. A. II. Hall of Jacksonville wound allows. I BEST GRAD E j:,,

with Mr. Nathan Johnson.. were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs L. L. Roan have I '

-and; Mrs. .M. D. Bumgarner I'I'lIIr. her parents, Mr. and, Mrs. L. S. returned to Baton Rouge, La., af- COMPOUND LARD 2 Pounds 25c .' ..tp' '
t> latka. and Mrs W. Hutto.
the week-end in W. Baisden ; let 11< : a short visit here They were
pent Jr, of Jacksonville, were guests or I .dt1\ f racfOtrtponied' ': as fur as Jacksonvilleby

C. Ward was a visitor relatives here Sunday Miss Katelle Davy. Saturday .Mrs M. E. Edwards, Mrs. A. Z. '

I Mrs Mimle I from St. Augustine whereshe Adkins and children, Hazel;, Lois Maxwell House White
Brooker Tuesday Way Ii
from Col. W. A. Dopson of Macclen-, spent several days. with and Junior. I Vegetables I ;

Frenh' garden seed at J, F, Kick n Starke)", was Tuesday a business visitor d to :'! friends. The Japonlca Junior Circle, No. COFFEEPound !: r, ,

| '.
1\1.1"\ Judge F. A. Sweezy Is spendingtwo 32, will hold their regular meet- Fresh--Fancy COFFEEPound ,

W. H. Hart of St. Augustine Mrs. DeWItt C. Jones and Miss weeeks In New Jersey wherehe Ing on Friday afternoon at four I

1111' the week-end In Starke. Elise Jones spent Wednesday I In will visit his daughter, Mrs. o'clock at the Woodmen hall. We - 46c > ,
I spent Ruth Axt. I .
Jacksonville want each Junior present, as a I MEETS, bunch 10c ;;
-- k
E. Knight spent drill team will be formed on that I
Mrs. D. 35c '
Cot! and Jackson,We. 1>11'. Frank Carpenter and Mr. J. Mr. Murrah Rooks of Alachua, day and plans made for some real 3 Pounds $138 .. ,

| Friday In J. Truby were in Jacksonville Sun spent several days this week with I IMI' work. CARROTS, bunch WeSQUASH : '
day. and Mrs. J. II. Ritch and family I I :(
Matilda Ritch of Raitord
i Mrs. at Kingsley Lake. The Women's Auxiliary of the 3.Pounds $1.00 '
I visitor In Starke Tuesday. I :
was a : Mr. and Mrs. J. T. ,Quigley left Presbyterian church will meet MATCHES Pout Oc

for fall planting at I last Thursday on their vacation i to Mrs D. W. Kelley and daughters Tuesday evening, Sept. 10th at the
I New Seeds be spent at Asheville, N. C. Sarah and Loree, of New RiV'> The topic for discussion ';
9.6.4'State's manse. Lettuce head 12 l-2c
Unito'8. I er were visiting Mrs. Anna Mur. will be "Youth Responsible for Regular 5c Hox ? BROOMS I
I ; ;
H .V. Knight Mr. J. O. Alvarez of Jacksonville rhee here Monday. the church program" The young '

I Attorney Tuesday. spent Tuesday here with his people will have charge of the! program i 3lloxes----l lOc PEAS, Pound h___ 5c 1!
Gainesville .
I In .
was grandmother, hire Lalla Chase. Senator and Mrs. E. M. Johns 4 StringEach .
I .
and Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Knight '
E. It. Carter of Jacksonville Celery bunch 20c : :
Mr. here Friday. Col. D. E.!} Knight was a professional wero visitors to Jacksonville Sun- Mrs. T. S. Ilewke had as her ----- 1

wag visiting friends visitor in St. Augustine day. guest a.st week-end. Dr. and Mrs.A. I Salad Howl .. - 49c I L'

Tuesday. -- F. Douglas and Miss Vera Williams Peaches We
Shirts, ,
Sawyer guaranteed ,
Tom -
Boy's 6.
and ,
Mrs. O. Haynes son
Florida State Hospital -
of the I
Salad -- '
at J. M. Alvarez. L. Jr., left Saturday for Fatrburn Dressing I
Mrs. Berry Johns an'sisler\ at Cbattaboochee. Mrs ltewke a !
weekendIn Miss Audrey Lamb were visitors t to Ca., for a visit with her mother, accompanied them home and will APPLES, pound 7 l-2c I ,\\1 ,'
1 E K 1\IazellBpent the Mrs. R. P. MeLarln. ., of m1 Medium Grits
Jacksonville. Jacksonville Monday. be their guests for a couple Pint Jars 27c i..'
days.C. LIMES dozen 12
the week Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Mitchell and Miss\ Pearl Reddish of Jackson- iI!, -

Mr J. 0. Boyd spent business son, Gordon, spent Sunday afternoon ville, spent Labor Day with her .II Bloodsworth of Okla-

end In Jacksonville on : in Jacksonville parents, Mr. and. Mrs. I. J. Red homa City, Oklahoma, returned 8oz.Jars--- Tomatoes, ._ 121- : '

for boys at dish home today after spending ten
Tom Sawyer Suits 'f
Mr. Jack Marsh burn of Lake days In Ralford with relatives.Mr. .
Alvarez, the depenbale store. Briggs ONIONS Pound ,
J. M. Mr. and 1>frs. Jack and ,
Butler, was a visitor here Mon Bloodsworth was employed .
day. family, who have spent the last Mitchell's Drug Store eleven years ] Full Cream ; j-
Mr and Mrs. W. M Yokum three weeks In the Matthews cot- .5 i? .
remenlbered .
Sunday with ago and is by many LEMONS, Dozen /
Jacksonville, spent Coveralls, Tom Sawyer brand, !rage at Kingsley Lake, left Wednesday In Starke. This Is his first trip i, :'! .''

Mr. and Mrs.. Errol Alvared. and the best at J. M. Alvarez. for Jacksonville. here for over.' .ten years and he I Cheese Bananas, Pound I : :. :j''

finds changes over the coun
W. C. Yates of Penney many ,
Mr. Mrs. C. T. Dutton, Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. T. F. Drown of Hampton, ty. Cabbage pound Certainty'r I I, .
Farms, was a business visitor here J. B. Carwile and Mrs, M. L., -

Tuesday.Mr was day" a business visitor here Satur Granger Riv.; and all of Mrs.Tampa II. C.were Wall guestsof over to Those the-Telegraph paying- their during subscriptions August I Pound 30c Potatoes, pound J "'; :

and Mrs. N. O. Adams spent .
Miss Thelma Seals returned to the weekend.Mr were; N. Sternberg, J. F. Thoman, '
with relatives
Sunday( in Jacksonville; Jacksonville Saturday after two J. C. Manning, Jake Snpp, H F.

weeks visit with relatives.. and Mrs. J. II. Rltch. Jr.. Redding, V. B. Wheeler, J. E.
Mr. and Mrs R. M. Stanford of J. S. McCormick II. II !
Mrs W. M\ Edwards and little I
Jacksonville the <
spent M-
were business Editor and Mrs Elmer McCreary !Hall, Dom Frigo, Annie E. Ward, I
daughter of tawtey Hitch's
with Mrs
of Gainesville! were visitors to Tampa par J. L: SIlcox, Chas. R. Knsey, L. I). fr

visitors here Wednesday. Starke Monday. ents., Mr. and Mrs.. J, I. Stanford. Hall, W. B. Parks, It. C. Groover, .

Mrs. Susie-Wills, Mrs. A. O. Dud.
:Mr. Laurie O. Ray is spendingthis Miss Flora Belle Jackson has Where r '
:Miss Llllinn Barefoot of Sanderson ley, W. E. Torode, S. F. Satisfaction ;S.a
week with of friends her home In Baconton,,
a party returned to !
spent the, first, of this week O. J. Phillips I K.! Moseley = i
at Jacksonville Beach, Ga., after a visit here with .her sisters MCCOY'j I- '
with Miss Inez Abernathy. Mrs. T. T. Long and Mrs. cott.Sullivan N. ,E.T.Mathls D. Dyal.J. N.S. \ .. I- IIIU 61 / f 1 liGlGiGagl' '

There vas a good D. P. Carpenter.
Messrs. J. W. Plnholster and J. W. F. HarnaRe; Mrs. J. D. Hoppe,
from Starke at the P. T. A. bene meeting which was a success and \lITU L.tCNI/ltY.tNU:'\ MTATIOV l IIOMI I bl; I I p1M: IOSi'fH.\.IOS: : V
Alachua were visitors T. M. I). Car
A. Douglas of R A. Grims. J. Guy,
fit fight In Lawtey Monday night. Mien Guasie Mae Bennett and very Instructive. The junior dis M1KST I \\J t+
Starke Tuesday. J. A. J. McKinney, W. T. ,
in ter, '
Miss Elizabeth Kendrick attendedthe trict meeting was a joy to the lit Work will start shortly on auto ------ ,-
Wasdln, Mrs. Roy Bence, Mrs. J. I
Mrs W. B. Alxeander and Jacksonville District C. E. Convention tle folks. laundry and filling station just Through co-operation: of th :.''I 1 I '
NcNeal of McRae, W. M. Peek, M. F.
Miss Gladys M.\ Gagliardi,
daughter of Hampton were visiting at Camp Immokalee Sun. The Lake Side Grove of Lake }1. ,,
north df Dr. E. L. ofllco Federal government a home demonstration j ,
Ga., is the guest of !Mr. and !Mrs Brown, J. F. Klckllter, P. A. Joh- Biggs on \ '
In Starke \Vedne. Durban, Butler No. 2 presented who werejiostess each district to District olll- Temple avenue, the building; to be agent will,start work In t ii.}''; ,:

r. W. W.BaIsden, II. C. Richard constructed by Congressman R. A. Bradford and Union
Red Cone of White Springs, Mr. and Mrs. John Uglow andMiss cer with a lovely gift and to the counties lI
Mrs G. W. Hazen of Brooker W. R. Dixon, C, N. Cooper, II. Green and leased to the SeaboardOil
entertained Dr. and each shoulder boa around December 1st. A 441 h
Carrie state ofHcers a representative II i' f
and Mrs. A. E. McKinney of Willis- Prevatt, 'V. C. Clemons, Barney Co., and Frond. Carpenter. Mr. I .
Mrs. H. A. Tucker and Mr. and' quet. The address given by Congo of the state board was : '
ton were here Monday.Mrs. McRae, L. V. Moore, M. G. Grlf- Carpenter will maintain a complete t
Mrs. R. F, Clffrk at dinner Tuesday n. A. Green on fraternity was a s
m A WORD% fis, P. A. Crosby, Joe E. Thomas, Miss ('arva hlnK and greasing; In Starke Monday and arrange
and enjoyed.
W. B. Parks spent the 1'. L. Dinkins, Mrs E. F. Johns, masterpiece a plant, handling the Pure Oil pro ments completed In both counties i' ;.\
Week-end in Jacksonville with White Miss Ida Sweat, Crump the state manager gave ducts, Woco Pep and Tlolene motor whereby the citizens of the two "
Mrs. J. C.! Diggs and Harvey her to Seattle,
COLUMNFOR Rev. and vivid report of trip counties i'
oils. stated the will have. the of
friends. Rebecca Whlteh 4, Mrs. Sam Gil- Mr. Carpenter I use a i
I daughter. Miss Louisa Dlggs, of Washington, where she went as a '' $
1 tuple, J. M. Truby. plant would be ready for operation' home demonstration agent at small ))1'r r ,
KENT Furnished apart W. E. Middleton was visitIng Gilbert, S. C.were guests Tues- national delegate. early in October. expense. ,\ .
ment. J. F. .Klckllter, Starke 2- the latter partof day of Mrs. J. W. White'and Mrs. Officers were elected, and our -.= ,5 t
In Jacksonville Theere is a "Death Chamber" In
IS-tf. G. C. White. / district was Invited: to ho1l our '
last week.Mr the FLY-TOX factory. This cham next meeting: at Alachua In De ; ,.r f fIi

ber is about the room size. It Is ,
FOR SALE Humphries cricket Mr. and Mrs. Gene Wilson cember.
mole destroyer. Kills cut vr'rms and Mrs. Sternberg returned daughter of Jacksonville, are used to test the quality of FLY- Those who attended the meetingat ,- '
Ib.Itrownlee Monday from a two week's trip; TOX to kill flies, mos- ,I ':.
and cricket moles. 16c per spending two weeks at Kingsley as a spray Lake Butler from Starke were: i

Bros. 8-2-tf. to; New York City.. Lake with Mr. and Mrs. Jos. E. quitoes, bedbugs roaches, etc. \Mrs. G. M. Inman and daughter,, ; ,, .
During a test a large number of L S. Hutto and
FOR SALE Missionary straw Mrs. O. J. Griffin Mr. Owen Wilson. Vonda, J ,
young, healthy Insects are placed I''
Edna and Carrie, Mrs.
berry plants from new ground. Griffin and Miss !May ht. Patchett These Insectsare daughters I '
inside the cabinet.
C.. Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis will Nat Williams and daughters, 1 t
Ready latter part of August. spent( Sunday in In Incubators for test-
Letsch 8-16-tf.. entertain the members of the Ep-: raised Gladys and Elizabeth, Mrs. Chas J ,
Gasklns returned worth League Friday evening. the ing purposes. While the insectsare Over treet and children: Holcomb

FOR narcissus Miss Mary Jacksonville, where 6th at eight o'clock, at their homeon flying and crawling around in and Francis, Mrs. Mae Bryan, Miss ,
SALE Chinese from
Sunday Death" FLY-
week-end with rela West Madison street. the "Qhamber of Grace Coleman, Mrs. P. J, Pearce,
bulbs. Blooming or planting she spent the TOX Is sprayed Inside. Less thana Mrs.\ Hunt of Hampton, Mildred ,
stock Write.or see W, T. Was- tives., used. Instantly
Mrs. S. E. Browulee returned teaspoonful is Grime, Kattle M. Williams, Amy .

dIn, Box' 272.Waldo'. .' 2t and Mrs. G, C. White, Mrs.\ Saturday from Daytona Beach, there Is a change. Within five Moore, Mr, Plnholster and R. A. II w
minutes not buzz Is heard. All
PLEASANT itOOM FOR RENT in Mr. L. C". Ray and where she spent the past six weeks a Green.
J.r W. White visitors to with her daughter, Mrs.. A. V, Insects are dead. To make sure : 1
private Home.. Conveniently located Miss Amelia Ray were they are really dead the Insectsare W. O. W. NRWH ,

See- Mrs;' E. K.-Perry. man. St. Augustine the first of the week. Long. carefully removed from the Starke Grove No. 278 Woodmen 1 i t

9-S-2t. J. F. Colley, Mr. Mr. Edwin Soutbers received "Chamber of Death" and placedIn Circle, will hold Its regular meet- ,

Mr. and Mrs. and daughter word Monday of the death of his Incubators in an effort to revive Ing Tuesday evening, Sept. 10th, r
FOR SALE ,Walnut Street lot and Mrs\ S. S. Dowling them. If wing flutters, the of
mother Mrs. Matilda Mulr of San- a at 8 o'clock. The presence every
cost $1600,only' $600. Henry E.! Nettle, spent Sunday In Jacksonville dilac county, Michigan, her death FLY-TOX tested never leaves the member Is desired. Plans'. will 11WANTED I

Brown, Sunny Brook Farm*, with relatives. coming suddenly Sunday after- factory. This test Is your guarantee be discussed for our silver tea, : iI '
Starke, Fla. It of FLYrlOX quality. It does date.
and daughter noon. which win\ be at an early
Mrs.\ J. C. Roblnosn what you want it to do--.kill Insects {

WANTED -! "The Florida Christmas Vera Claire, are home after Mr. an4 Mrs. W. W. Balsden' in and about your home. Yet,

Card Co.j, Orlapdo, Fla? spending several days visiting .InJacksonville. have as guests this week Mr. and FLY-TOX Is positively harmless to COFFINS & CASKETS A Dreamer a at

wants salesman In every town, Mrs. Johnny Baisden and .Miss people. FLY-TOX was developedat i ,
write us for outfit today." It. Balsden and Lilah Mullen of Pensacola and \Mellon Institute of Industrial and a Fall Line at 11

- Mrs. Rosabelle Mrtf. W. S, Blakely and son, Billy, Research by Rex Research Fellow
returned to I Supplier
FOR SALE )lIssionary'straw"berry daughter! Vivian, have several of Jacksonville.Mrs. ship. It will not stain. Has a delightful Undertakers' "If you can dream and not make dreams your master }t'I t
Plants. H. II. Launt, Hastings after i p rfume-lIk& fragrance. AUTOMOBILE DKABSBT "
wrote Kipling The world of
years ago t
near Sterns' sawmill, Starke days FLY-TOX-In-
D. R. Edwards and There Is only one .,.. .. ...... Tb k Bt ..ill.* business lor for 1 i''
It is looking dreamers -l
and Mrs. R. sist the genuine bottles with today men
lit, John was In daughters, Mary Ella upon N .... ,..._ "rI ., Md l .1
- Senator E. Monday on E. Lee. nf Jacksonville sDentThudY blue labels.-Adv. _..... t. I.Igs.pba&GtaTWD who can sit back and visualize things as they will
NOTICEIf you buy for speculation Green Cove Springs ; ; and Friday of this.weekat ; SMULMaa
before the county be twenty years hence. For executives who can
let me sell you my two legal business Klngsley Lake. WI>. nX: CIRCLE DEWITT C. JONES
strawberry farms'at real bar- school board. scheme plan look to newer horizons. R I, !.'

gains{ for cash or long time or arrived last Dr. and Mrs. II. A. Tucker ar The Starke Winners the Wood- STARKE. FLA.

rent. Mable Bell, Starke. It* Mrs.\ Geo. C.Marianna White where she rived In Starke Monday from Tampa men Circle team of eight with their BUT . ,
Friday' from funeral of Mr. Miss Myrtle O. {
to attend the Captain Pro Tern
HAVE: SEVERAL LOVELY POT has been visiting her sister, Tam -- --- t j4
N B. Hull. They are being enter- Crump, state manager from
Plants, will dispose of for reasonable E. R. Marsbburn.Mr. tained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. pa attended the district No. 2 Business wants men who their dream dreamed {y

prices prices, also Easter Peek and R. F. Clark. meeting held at Lake Butler on can put into action their visions. Men who 4)

Illy bulbs and pint hardy phlox. and Mrs.In S.Saturday L. from August the 29th, the Starke team Say it with Flowers know how to build and create. Men who know that t'

Mrs. W D. Alexander, Hampton. family moved Mr. and Mrs. Robert Clark, Mr. put on the work of seating the
Fla. 9-8-4. Klngnley: Lake, where they spent and Mrs. Williams and daughter, officers. Initiation and the fancy Flowers .For All the first and important step I is! to see their banker. tt
- the summer. Miss Annetta Williams and Miss drill In the evening session In a Occasions

FOR SALE Missionary straw- Edna Staoibury spent the weekend beautiful and creditable manner 't

terry plants, extra fine, $:.25 Mr: L. C. Ray herewith, of Reddick his, spent ster, at Pahquloque Camp, Beulah The Captain Miss Moore being -. Bradford County Bank '

Per 1000, and,you dig them. the weekend and Mr. andMrs. Park and Lake'Swan. seriously: Ill, Miss .Crump kindly Gertrude Godfrey :

Chaa. C. Smith.. P. O. Box 124, Mrs. J. W. White steered the team to success. 1tN'a
Waldo Fla. Zt50'0,000 O. C. WhIU.. Mri. Jae. Shepard and daughters. Nineteen members of the Starke Anderson Bradford County's Financial StrongholdSTARKE
- Mrs.: John UgHrr andaughteri Ctoo an4)Ttena Bell, have Grove and several Jualors wltA the FLA. ? 4 ,

Wasted Millenary' Mr.; sal Miss Carrie, are spending returned from Hllllard and were guardian who Is also state junior Phoa It Wald. Fla.

Strawberry plants Sept 16th to and Mrs. accompanied by Mr. C. C. Shepard supervisor attended both afternoon .
with Mr. - - -
Oct. 16th. J. T, Moore. Law- this week Valdosta, Ca. who spent several days here with and night sessions of the district I _ _ ."._ ._ _111I\
te", '.'-3t Jack I frfJ:11.n.

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t, 't411 ..- .. .'-. .-- -.- .- ------- --- ----- : 'hey are just QH: good for the table an article of .thin kind, to deal ex- flavorsome and 1 Ix flue> for home for the past two 'L'ar. ,i II, ,,
+ .IN If !killed intentionally l liven if tonslvuly with the habits, or meth- ('oiisumpl:on. Peanut feed can bo ing his way through i I'',?

to inch birds represented a total loss, odu of feeding and handling ca- grown enough; cheaper than corn 'sits.The r
: Farmers & Farming pons, nor should It be necesmiry to justify selling/ peanut-fed hogs Moses Leadership: ?" ,,
iooHow however the sacrifice would be "
RaisePoultry If. however, I can arouse sufficient at 2 to 3 cents per pound less and school Is maintained In II,

I I. wiped out by added profits on the Interest In the subject to get poul- still leave a profit. Moses of Springfield |1'", ,, \

r, (fly Agricultural Editor) I .. Hint few successfully caponlzed trj'inen--amateur and professional One of the difficulties! of raising future leaders In ('IuhI "," ,I I",.'

. Not only does the capon weigh thinking and talking about capon hogs on a commercial scale In year a boy and a gh i i II, ",' .'
'00' --- --- n -- Dy Dr. L. D. LeOear, V.S. 'I
r ; much more than a cockerel of corresponding it will not be long before the Florida Is securing a good market.In Eastern states attended
St.Lou, Mo.
E P Farmers and Truckers Are Invited to Contribute Articles nr.t.O.r'h.O"rarlo age, but Its flesh Is so public Is much better supplied with communities whero we can get --- .-h. .

+ M + of Farm Experiences and Methods Found V...rin..T Codec 18P Thjrlr.l lyfwrt l. much finer in quality as to com- a wonderful viand that ,they oughtto our neighbors to join in with us K1KM: IS III.HTTf : PI\c'I.1;
r ,
1 I' 4iv otf veterinary Mock Boj pncflc on dUa Mof mand a far higher pricej pound.It know more about and raise some hogs, we can prob- > JoIKIIW'f SItW: f ott\
I poultry Bcnln n '
i To Be Best Suited i to Our
w/ Country
+,;S ....h.Tio.poul.-=knlol.... would be useless\ for me to ably get enough! of about the same
t I :
.. : : bfcjNouJ Klve detailed Instructions here. size and weight to make carload Seed sele..+ ,
i --- -- --- -- I author. di. ; ... 1"IOnm.PItII: RSARE corn cd l in u," ',
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Jh, -- ---- -- --- -- I They could hardly be made clear OVIIILOOKIOOOOI: co-operative shipments, and thus Is much better than ilnr ," ," '

Specialist GiveSuggestions STATION, i'Il'Cl'lmHI.S' : : : --*""""Art It lo XXX -- without extensive Illustrations and, ) OPPORTUNITY secure better prices. In the crib just before" pt|. t ',1'" ''

I oat (ooi'iJHATiviVOUK: t'APOVS PUT PUNCH besides, excellent Instructions are 4 We should certainly grow time, according to Fred" 11 n,",''I p

For WITH 1"I.OBlU.1"ItlImS: IN' POULTUY PROFITS furnished. But just a word about It seems to me that we farmersof enough meat for home consumption assistant agronomist ai Hi,., i 1" ",

;, The Florida Stationis Instruments-buy the best The Florida are overlooking a fine and try to produce some for Ida Experiment Station |jlrlv!
Experiment difference in cost between the very raise ata market also. It will give us another in September Is
opportunity to some hops a good 1111'' i, ;
Work securing a man to supervise the Dotnniul;. for Cn.OItHh'll11. KxIn : ''I(
September co-operative agronomy/ experiments <.<-.'. Supply' mill Much (renter bust Instruments and the least desirable profit. Announcement has been money crop. this small job, Mr Hull ", ,
1 ai ones Is just a few cents otter In selecting seed ,
t : It in conducting.: On Sep- Demand Could! Easily; Ito Croat. mad by the United States Depart- coin' ',, t in
"''r September is a busy month on tember 18 J. li Warner will take wl, all. The extra profits on one ment Agriculture' that the num- 1.'I.OHm.,1.1'1\ nor one should look for still'' I?, ]},
capon that would have been lost ber of hogs on Southern farms has TO ATTHMI: LK\I IKTKUMMJ ': are still standing aDdI i 1., i ,
'o, many Florida< fruit and truck over this work Mr. Warner Is a ir
with inferior Instruments will repay few SCHOOL free from diseases It" ,
greatly decreased In the past i .
In- "''HI|
!Tow about nice ?
of a capon
the graduate Clemnon College, S.
farms. Many of crops grown
the added( investment many plan to look for earn \I" ,
l C., and of the University of Ken- quired the butcher in an effort to years ir
for the winter market will be times over. Henderson In well covered 'with husks. ,
In areas of the slate where peanuts Russell a Junior "\ ""I'good
be helpful. The prospective -: '
tucky. For the past five he purchaser
,' Htarted this month. Following are reddened ullghtly and shook Almost any breed of fowl may will grow, and they are the Florida College of Agriculture, sized and well 1111,01, \ ,
remlndeis furntsbul by the Florida has been assistant agronomist in I be used, although there would be selected 4-11 the seed ,
of his head After browsing helplessly grown as far south as Pasco coun- IMS been to represent After corn h heat I'
r College': of Agriculture, including charge: South Carolina co-operative, experimentsn around for an embarasslngly little gained In caponizing the ty, this crop furnishes a very cheap boys of Florida at the Moses harvested it Is Important ",
the Experiment;: Station time, he small breeds. The best for medIum means of supplying feed for the Leadership Training 'School at tect It from woevlls wh" i, I' "
long finally compromisedon
The experiments which he will
,,t ,, t and the Agricultural Intension be conducted a rolled roast. sized capons are Plymouth hogs. \Ve can plant ,a few acres Springfield, Mass. The school will stored. If this precautii i ,110''
will in
supervise cooperation -
Division with Florida farmers As the customer went out, the Rocks' Rhode Island Reds and oth- of peanuts, being sure to get them 'be held from September 8 to 21, taken It Is likely that th, ':' ?:.
ri 1IOOS.-Prepare sows for fall butcher's shoulders were shaking ers running about the same aver- thlck, and with just a little Cultivation ( and will bring together the most will be badly damaged h\ 'ne'
r and with the branch experiment ,
litterH. Oet a better price !bl mar- I with poorly suppressed mirth age size. These when caponized, trouble and expense, can promising club boys and girls of In order to protect corn t I ahi'
stations. lie
keting (hogs co-opeiatlvely; ak. the will test general will! run from 2 to 4 pounds heav- In It ,
field crops, making variety, ferti- 'Darn fool!I" he chuckled} "Det produce a lot of good feed. The the country: bin 1 18' needed. pu "II',I
county agent/; ten bucks that didn't ier than the average fowl not so most general trouble with peanuts Henderson is a native of MadI- pound of carbon blsulphld( i I"n i. "w '
lizer and soil even
rotation fertility guy
I'OULTHV.-Check up on theI' know what meant. treated. Larger breeds of the so- In Florida. is that they are not son county. He was a member of ery 100 cubic feet of spec. Tllh''
laying house. See that pullets are studies on all of the principal soil capon DId'janotice called Asiatic strains (Urahmas) and weevils .,
how he blushed when I planted thick enough. the 4-II clubs for five years will kill all the pr nt
of t ; housed comfortably. Watch forM types in Florida. The arrangement lIT"IlIad sug- will! .rival turkeys in size ((12 to The hogs can do their own har- during that time won two scholarships e -

colds and rouD.GENEI1AL.See. : for the co-operation with Individual gested to with friend 16)) pounds) but--oh, what a dif vesting, so\ there is no work on to the University, besides Clearwater Extensive.. improvements
farmers will be managed agree my
that all records ferencel! There never was a turkey and enlargements' .
the butcher that end of the line. making over $1200 on his various \ ,
that the
through the county agents. gentleman
ju started are kept up to date. half so tender and tooUisome as Peanut-fed hogs do not sell as projects. He has served as student der way at citrus packing; and hIp
did what
probably not a ca-
4'IV'i+ DAIRY.-Groom cattle for ext -: even an average of Gentile Brim "
capon.It well on the market as do corn-fed assistant in the agronomy depart- ping plant im
and that he chose
PI.OItIU.IIU; & CIU\M; LAW pon was some-
; A hlb:t. Commercial dairymen hide Is manifestly Impossible, In hogs but the meat is much more ment of the Experiment Station pony ,
w should feed to increase milk flow --- : thing el HO In a effort to -
The Intent and purpose of the I his embarrassment I knew him to 1iJ I
as <'hool opens. : '>
WINTER PASTURE. Perhaps milk and cream law is to secure to be a successful bus'ness man and \ 'I1 ;, 101. I I "=_
t WM' \JEITbF\I t
special winter pasture! of rye the people of Florida the assurance one who rather prided himself 011 !C llr : \ I' :

,, 1 Ar'i,4 and oats Seed root crops for wIn-- that milk and cream sold or hIs knowledge of fine foods. Nev-

r ter rora e. offered for sale. to the public Is ertheless, It was plan that capon :-" ,
t, ...... was something entirely outside: his
COTTON 'As soon as all cotton produced under sanitary conditions -
Mu{ Is picked, destroy all standing and U wholesome and fit for experience. I would have been willIng ::) .
to too, that this man's NOWQEkVe
:' plants This will destroy spores of human consumption and Is being wager

( i i authracnose and also greatly reduce offered to the public under Its case was a typical one. .
weevil Infestation next year. correct designation as to grade and That was neatly two years ago.

J'4I ( It is wise to plant a winter crop on quality and as to source of produc- Today, although the market Is ''r

iii the land tion.To capable of absorbing far more capons -

ORO'ANn ORCHARD.9 .- carry out the Intent of the than are being offered for I

,Citrus: Fertilize and cultivate law the commissioner! of agricul- sale, It would still be safe to say
,' young groves. Fertilize bearing ture has drafted /some rules and that a great many people do not Carl Supply Ypu

r /groves; for whItefly If numerous. regulations. To begin with only know what a capon really i is. Here,

y ''a Begin fall cleanup .spray for a few simple rules have been In short, is a virgin field with such :._
I 's scale. Mow cover crop Control drafted. These will be added to as tremendously rich possibilities that
cY m L
,h rust mites. Peacan: Plow under time goes on and as the necessity one must gasp In' amazement on

$ ylu cover crop and put land In condition may require. realizing that' It is practically un-
k : ? t for harvesting./; It possible Rules and regulations for the enforcement workeil with Purina ChoW"s !

1 ,tt ti plant winter rover crop last of I of the Milk & Cream I believe that poultrymen are
month. Law, Chapter 13696, Laws of themselves to blame for this stateof

m I GARDEN AND TRUCK,Spray Florida Acts of 1929. affairs.' Many of them refuse to

': celery plants In seedbed with 4-4- Rule 1. All milk or cream soldas practice caponizing at all and those

n I 50 Bordeaux to control early defined by this act In Florida who do so merely produce caponsas y3 The Profit Building Feeds in

i blight, repeating every 10 days. shall be obtained only from cows a side line. For that reason,

e4 Plant (in, seedbed) cabbage, cauliflower having had a satisfactory physical; the supply has always been too

> peppers, celery, and let and tuberculin test within the past small to justify any attempt at : Checkerboard
k tuce; transplant from older beds twelve months and showing no reaction educating the general public Into '3 Bags

( to field. Plant beans, carrots to the tuberculin test All appreciation of the most delectableFood fc*

English Irish potatoes, tests shall be made by a veterin- this old earth has ever
peas par- '
d'a a snips, parsley, olnfon sets, radish, I arian accredited by the state livestock known. At least, there has been Feeders of poultry and live stock around Starke; will be glad to ,

rape rutabagas, spinach, Swiss : sanitary !board in accord with nothing better since the catering r.1: know that -
they can now find the complete line of the well-
.. "
chard, and turnips. Spray egg- current requirements approved by establishment on Mount Olympus :< : ..
i plants in seedbed wjth 4-4-50 Bordeaux I the United States Dureau of AnI- teased serving Nectar known Purina Chows in our Store. For some time we have been
Plant narcissus bulbs. mal Industry for accredited' herd Of course, thlc condition will not -
various lines of
investigating commercial feeds. We have become
IN TIlE I10M13,-Start the child Milk from herds showing evidence last forever. Poultry raisers are \

,tr art to school gy giving; It a properly of contagious abortion shall not not going to stand around forever ; i a local authorized Purina distributor because we are convinced y
,I balanced school lunch. Makea 'be sold for human consumption as doing 'nothing once they realize .
that PUrIna Chows
; will make
thermos bottle for the lunch basket raw fluid milk. that rapons bring 60 cents a poundor more money for you who feed farm tHr.GF.

e V A cold fruit beverage for the Rule 2. No person who has had more when ordinary poultry is a' animals. '

c;% hot months, and hot soup or chocolate typhoid fever shall engage In the going for little better than half

tl; +r+, for the cooler months, will handling of milk or cream, except that much. Sooner or later they For 35 years Purina Chows have been lowering feeding costs increasing :
?, add to the health and efficiency of upon completion of satisfactory will get tired of seeing this golden

y t the child. Home-preserved fruits, examination by the state board of stream slipping by them and they egg production-putting-more milk into the pailputting _3
i vegetables, and meats In glass and health. will start raising capons In earnest.
;) more weight on hogs and steers and sheep in timekeeping
S ? m r In tin containers may be used with Rule 3. Each distributor shall In the mantlme, it all poultry men -
1 safety. Seal preserved food make a dally report upon forms everywhere who have never before horses and mules in finest condition for hard work. What -

E ( tightly and label. furnished by the commissioner of attempted raising capons will giveIt Purina has done elsewhere it do right around here.
iii agriculture, showing quantities of a fair trial just once, there is can
; t _ r.\HMiais: : 1'HJHTVKIVIL" : : milk and cream received and distributed no question but what ,they will be ,'
DKHTKOYINU: STALKS: origin of supply shipperand confirmed converts forever after.
,..N.+ 1: date of shipment, and such Incidentally, capons make excellent A Complete Line---for All Feeding Needs -

w County Agent Gus York of forma shall be mailed to the commissioner foster mothers for baby

_ ;A Washington county plans to fight of agriculture's office, chicks, taht is, they can be easily No matter 'what
you're feedinging pullets and laying hens. Steer
the boll weevil by getting the Tallahassee, Florida, each Mon- taught to care for and brood a r
t farmers of his county to destroy day. bunch of newly' hatched baby or how-you'll find that Purina feeders, sheep men, horse and

_s, { the cotton stalks early this fall. Hale 4. All bottled milk or chicks and do it AS well or better Chows will fit needs. If mule: owners-all can find extra
Two sold shall bear than hen will. A being your you
communities have already cream on the outside a. capon, '
agreed to put on campaigns for cap or cover In 14 point boldfaced larger, will hover from twenty to want a hog ration to make your profit in the Checkerboard Bag.

ti: ,,31 this purpose. type (this being the largest thirty chicks and they can protect The first carload of Purina has

r After the stalks are destroyed appearing on cap, except single letter their chicks from hawks 'etc, corn worth more-there Pig i just arrived in Starke. Stop in

l many of the farmers expect to showing grade, may be of much better than a hen. The ca- Chow and Hog Chow. If you have and examine the largest '
plant winter cover crops of hairy larger type) in contrasting colors, pon's feathers are longer, softer selling
&'' n'' vetch and AustrIan winter pens the following Information: mil( more abundant that that of a no home, grains and need a cornpoultry and stock feeds in America -

$ These crops have given excellent State lu which milk or cream hen and his wing spread considerablY plete hog feed-there's hog Fat -largest because they do make

results inVest Florida for the orglnated: _____________.___ greater. Ills amiable disposition So too
eria. dairymen can get more for the feeders. Come
past two years and increased Distributed by _________..___ Its( him admirably for the task money
yields of cotton have tolowed Raw or pasteurized ________. and releases the hen for laying. just the right Purina mixture to in and let us explain the Purina

where these crops have been turn All milk or cream sold in cans, Caponlzing, which is simply removing go with alfalfa hay or mixed hay plan of feeding and how it helpsor

ed under, as defined! by the act, shall be lab- the reproductive organs of whatever have. And
they make
may more
: eled with yliippingtag, containingthe young male birds, Is a very simple you money-or phone
C1IIPH same Information and same operation. A ten year old boy poultry raisers will find here the and we will be glad to come out to

t sized type, as /given; for bottled could Boon learn to do it quickly proper feed for chicks, for growyour place.
One way to make soil productive milk and cream, the words produced and successfully\ and failures are

; la to grow leguminous cover i.i ____,.--------- to be practically unknown once the trickIs ,
w ,crops and plow them under. Aus- the largest type appearing on tag. mastered. Moreover,, learning

trian peas and hairy vetch are Rule G. The state board of need not entail any appreciable Bradford County Farmers Supply Company

proving popular with West Florida health regulations will be taken asoflicfal oss. The first practicing can be

farmers for this purpose. In those communities where done on dead birds and even If -
there are no municipal laws, rules one or two should bleed to death. Starke, Florida Phone 151

h A number of farm boys will enter or regulations.

t the College of Agriculture at The co-operation of distributors, The Store with the Checkerboard
_ a the University this fall with party producers and consumers Is asked Sign
of their expenses paid by scholarships to guranatee the developmentof Your
r. won In 4-II club work. Is the dairy Industry. of the ,
your boy having the advantage of state. tells when
;f this club work All Interested may secure a y
copy of the milk and cream law needaotas

} With the school season rapidly by writing to state department of "Adr7 tr
_ t approaching, parents should be Interested agriculture, Tallahassee, Florida l a
In good school lunches. 0 1
_ S' The state home demonstration Department Fruit stains which do not come PURIE4A
A'r' has a bulletin whlth will out with boiling water usually give 44: ,

i if prove helpful. Write and ask for way to alternate applications of
bulletin 49, or ask the home demonstration boiling water and a 10 percent solution -
', m agent for it. of acetic acid applied withan 7"r cUws

lI eye dropper. TRADL MARK RIG. ( I, (11 I II IIEf 'm, Iltn ll/, t+Mdlt Mti'a ,A .m _
If you expect to enter that pen --
of pullets in the Florida National Application for the charter of rRrr

t Egg-laying contest at Chlpley, a new bank In Orlando to be

u there la not much time to lose i known a. the Florida National "
a Most of the space U already taken Hank at Orlando with financial Coated tongue,dry mouth, E ,

for next year. backing furnished by DuPont Interests bad breath, muddy skin,

has been filed with the groggy nerves and sour r
Port Tampa First Bank to United States treasury department, stomach suggest its use.t 1 a + l '

t'' be reopened soon. la- was announced Monday.

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word in lamp nnlo my feet, and a light unto palh.-Psalm 119:105.l.rtlttrltrhrtlTf --- S Rcri-H on the Bant .I\d. owned Seal( ) Clerk. of Clroilt Court! I
11(, my : hv Ni'lH Miitlicwn, n ml the UoiillUMintunaiMor Hradfiird C'ounty. "'"...1<.1....
of tho HnuthcaHt quartvr of -9-&t-D-8 I'MI'I''I

== 3flSlll A"JrciRPU3! | teaching doctrine or the Smith' wi-Kt iiuarU-r nil In Si'cl Ion I
0 TnwiiMhlp m South KniiKii 22 Kunt: ,
iMtnWli111 creed if they to huve 1I 'IO" .'"OSt
are any claim '
1 iiiitalnltiK In all S& acreB more or ;. I'r.li. r'J
the love, loyalty and devotion of the people, must be in harmony with It'ita. .\ ; .

nnon teachings of Jesus the Christ whose wortta fit into every fold l and crevioo f. A. KNinilT, t' ,
i heart, and of whom it Wall said in John 7 "NEVER '1'. .1. Clltl '''''N, Notice In hereby irlvun. thnt D. W.Moore ::.> \
UthP humHn :46. MAN J. W. AMUIIUXVB.: Jr.CommlHttlunorH. holder of Tax Certificate No. (1'1'': ':;
lIrJ 1'H\S.. _A.fAN.__ ..
'" ....n -- n 3111. 4th day of July A. 1), 11127 ban II
SP M. M. JOHNS, tiled nald certificate In my oltlce and i I
xiiuuld we wait on I prayed to the God of Heaven Solicitor for Complainant. ,mndo a PI>111'11 linn for tax deed to lnHM 110; '.
WII\| Psalm -0-5t-10-4 .. thereon In accordance with law.Snkl .
LOrd' .\tinwef, read- : I said unto the k:IIK. If It certlllcate cmbraiiH. the followIrn Ii :::1'
doHctlbed ultuated In f
property '
S. please the king send me unto \C'I'I'U': \I.I.j liradford County, Florida, to-wlt: ) '
,?,,"?' II :25.! 20'< 27. Jesus North half: of Northwest unto the
; )h.r., i I am the city of my futln-rs Notice IH lierehy trlvon thnt unilcr nnd South\ half of Southeaiit iiiarterand

im.' ., life, he that belleveth sepulchres that I may build it!." decree and by niudo virtue and of that entered certain I by final th" half: Kant of: SouihweHt Three-quarter qnai *ter of Hectlon South I'i \1 .I: >

tliotmli he \.sre dead The the king granted Nehem Honorable A Z. Aclklnx. Jmlne of the 23, Townidilp. 7 South Haug" 22 Hast '' :
lah's request, him fin :nit Court': of llriidroul: I count v.Florida contalnlnir 2J 1I acren.Tho '
Ani authority
hall he live: 28. gave on tho 17th, ,Lih Iud belleveth In. hie to go to Jerusalem with letters directing 1I29! In Mint certain forecliiHurn ...ultwh..ln the xald' certificate limued wax 14 ..
: Hunk of Starke., a corporation Inlh..nnm..rUnknown. "
nellevest thou this? the governors around Judah UnlCMH Hald certificate Khali be redeemed t
dl"| =\ IH i omnlnlnant, a lUvernainl '
"Limit" unto him, Yea, Lord : to assist him and the king '"" ,- wlf.: l will iHHiie thejeon the h ofSeptember.
and wlfo Kmina: Klvem. nro ilofendantH. 1)1 day
LHP-! ., that thou art the also gave Nehemlah' soldiers to Tlio living! room has lost Its the iinderHlKn will olfer. 1) I'I2I! \

of Ood -which should (' guard him and( his small company monopoly of Iho fnmlly radio. Today I for Kiile' and will sell for canh In tinted IhlH Dili day of Autnifit A.
lie son of the Houth Door of tho U. 1D2U.: l '
front courtbonne
to Jerusalem. On tho \\.cl-qulpped: home tins ".a' r.. j
,tit!?,. world. arriving at not ., In Inrk". liradford conntv, n. w. Ai.nicnMAN
nIP, rejoice that Jerusalem Nehemlah inspected the merely) lUr second automobile. It* extra Klorldn to the hlirhcnt .lildiler. there, Seal) Clerk of Clictilt" Court '
Pravi-i" We ::'cm telephone and similar con- _.4 I < ,. for. on Monday the 7th day of October. Itiadfoid County: Florida. I I
the dead the city the walls and the !gates and : !, 11)2 ), the 1 hournof 8-9-6t-9- :
rniMi| from vorlcncun bat H baa two or more ;; .;' "" ''''''i'' ''' ) diirhiK Icical
then collected the rulers and '-, .... mile, the followlnic real cHtate, t ,
Lls that slept. people : ,
,"t i horn : receivers.:: : .
| i. : Ivlnur and lielnic In Hiailfuril county, IIT'B or ." PI"I,n'\"I-ION rotir I '0
of the city and proposed that' Willie: father and mother are listen ,<, ..,..... l"I'I"a. to-wlt \ '\ in.KitNotice I

I they rebuild the walls and gates, ing to an opera or a political talk < North Nnnlh. went half iiunrter ot Northwent linii North quatrer half of ofNortk In. hereby given, that! W. 11.llodtrex. '
SCHOOL. "And they ulster and her friends will be tuned holder of Tax Cot'tltlcateNo !
St'N'UAY! ) said let us rise up and half In on a darico ., of Section S7 14, 4th dav. of July A. P. 1027.!
program. Big brother J.KHSOM build. So they strengthened their | .
hax Illod Hald certificate In mv ottl e !
5 22 Hunt,
I hands for this good work nut tipslalia In his own room may be '. : Township naino helnNT !IO south acreH more ranire' or IttffH, forthe and mane application for tax deed toIMHUC .
I I when Sanhallat and Toblah lisieuln;; io a sport event or a aclcnllflo .t.' .-. .. .. I iMiipone'' of HatlKfylnir xald. ilicreo. thereon in accordance with I, : I
'r' law. Said, certlflcatf emliraceii the
lecture. And In the nursery the <.. .
Mill Sii'TKMHKH: : H. llttHulije'i and Oeshcm heard it they youngsters; will have been lent0 ..' A. a' mnwH.peilal followliiK. dettcrlbed property xituated -
: MUMUT.KNK11IT In liradford County: Klorlda, towlt -
Nehemlash I laughed us to scorn and despised Bleep by n bedtime story that did not < $ : A. KN10HT Slniko. Kla.Holklton : :

\\ull "nf Jerusalem. us." Zernbbtible, I Kzra and !Ne l Ir.filnga on the waking Hours of the I :: Tor C'oiiiiiluliiantH.NO'IKI Northenut quarter" of NOl'I h..o..tIullrl..r
,1,0 of !Set'lion 4 7
< Townxhlp
\ .
Golden: Text : "The people I hemlah all met with opposition In ,adult in the family.Th I !IliltO. South Mange, 20 I lOunt.The .
.- variad: tnate of the different Individual aMKeitftment. of fiald propertvunder I
II'< work. Nehemiah 4 : their work for the Lord, whatever.
1 mint m the normal household the Hald 1 certllcnte ,Inxued wan
Lessun Text- Nehemlah 4C: that work was. Uid'cule'! scorn, ') OK I.I.IC"I'IO"" in fhe mime of I'ickenn Itrookn.PnlcHM I
waa responsible originally for the x.ild. ceitlflcate nhall b.i reileemed I "
::1 coiiHplrncy, ( and even war and murder broadcasting stations developing pro- I, Harold <*. Wall, mayor of the accordlnir to law tax deed : ,

Tmt' About 445. H. C.S'.I1t'lIIlah were used and threatened grama offering a wide range of sclcct'on. Cltv of Ktarkp Kloi Ida' liy virtue ofauthnrlt will ,Ixxtie tliereon on the Oth day ofSeptember. ". /

a captive Hut In the first verso' of today's lesson This very variety of programs "RI' .. t .IpII''I:: ni liy :law: dohori'liy \: A. t>. 11)21)).
Living Room. Bedroom anil, Kitchen Alike ll.ixe Their Time ami Pliiec for nn, to lie held Uiiti'il 1 thin 6th day of AiiRitnt. A
and reared at no by Ion. Nehemlah says "So we built available however only made more at the .cltv luill Iti the afoienald city P. 10211.) I
horn ecu to the differences between Fa and na *asup' bearer Io life kins a the wall; and all the wall was join Ma and !:Sc|>teiiiber- !'.Ih. '10211!! r..r.th J imrpoHuf (Seal II"M.) Cleik .:L :! ': Jlt.r.'? r!,
the children as to what sUould : I
..of high Importance I ed together unto the half thereof: >lr cieounw' in. roiiowniK- oilicerx.One ,.. ......'" "' ........., .... ,y .
,Ulan .. be tur.cd In and what tuned out. As a part of this specialised: adaptation bedroom requires little spaca and "mayor. 8-o-nt-i ,

honor I' for the people had a mind. to The answer naturally enough-na of radio to the convenience of brings In setting-up exercises or slum I'wn nlderman." I t

In :Vi'licmiah; 1:2: ho !'Bald work." time: has ...rovcd-wa. tho Installation the home there has come also according ber music, I One. clerk, treasurer." anil tux collector. >oiitii or "I".U' \'I'UI KOIl :

,if r im iinMhren came he and After Nehemlah: called the people of multiple sets. This was made practical to reports from home outfitters The net however, that terms mont ono tax nnncBSor.one ., .;u I

oi Judah and together and began the work by the development of house to A. Atwater Kent an Increasing generally to fit universal neeclb li tha in urn hill.lnx '
aln men Notice In hereby Klven thttt UubyA. i'
current sets, cou. cling with insistence that the radio fit naturally compact self-contained..receiver, efficient "cclorH nf nald .
The remnant llu wall was < completed 52 days T. N. Koiidrlik. llayoH. holder of Tax CertlllcateNo.
-aid unlo me. I Scott, U. H. Humphrey. I
the lighting circuit for power. Their and harmoniously Into the borne but Inconnplcuoua that maybe day of I ). D2II.liax .
.re left! of the captivity there So'I Nehemlah organized the people caoe of Installation and simplicity of furnishing or decorative scheme. Console hoo ed up with equal mtlsfnctlon In teMlmoney wbereof" t liereuntHubHcrlhH > M.I: Hald' ": I< 'IIr'II'n:; uilli eand t-I

lie province are In great ( Into groups and put them to work I operation enabled them to meet readily sets for Instance or sets built In the pnrlor, the kitchen tto nuraery. ,. my nanio' and CIIIINO the niadu application for .tax deed toiHNiie ,
thereon in accoidanco with
,nd reproach the wall of J each man as nearly as possible the different requirements of location to fit Into attractive cabinets are or the front porch. In the homo ot nenl fixed of the thin tmld 7tli.. city day to of .IIH AIIKIIHI herounto A.U. -. lat'. Said certificate' emhracen, the ,

-at em In I brokea down and being assigned/\ to the work near and use exacted even by the chiefly In demand for drawing room the future. It eoems likely that a set 1112:1.: : illnnliiR( iliiHprlheil J property Hltuaten .

,i-ondltlon\ thought to third chapter of Nehemlah is an SoutliweHt riuaiter( of NorthweHtquarter ,
This of the organization.Mr.
vice president N..llo..
final declaration "Sowe built the rusalem. ('. A. "Kt'TCif of NotthitiiM qtiaiter, ,
I been the result of recent raids, statement as to how thework 11 B. m. Morning worship sermon P. M. Walralh and .... 1.:. C'lty Cletk. -1 -4t0llri'i IB Towimhlp (I, South HaiiKe 22 Maul, I .
for the had
: people a containing 10 acres.
assigned to .
of rebuilding '
nations was
he sorround'ng by the pastor. Carr were In Jacksonville Tuesday The HMNeHHitivnt of Maid property I'

Jerusalem A few years different groups. When their eumlas mind to work." 7 Christian lindeavor.: oil business.Mrs. 1\U'I'U'1-I U.. ,\ .ic\'i<< '10"'' runrx tinder the mild I ccrtlllcate iHHiieil nan { ,
p. m. I
In tho I name of ITnknown.UnlcNH
'bis Ezra had compelled the > Interfered with their work Topic, "What Does Our Church Belle I Davis of Green Cove itr.iiNotice '' xai"I l certltlcato Hhall. Im redeemed I

who had! married women fr and threatened the people, Nehemlah I'lKST CIIUISTIAN Jll.ItCrDIble U' the guest of Miss Helen accordliiK. to law, la* deed.
Ask of Us? Springs I I" hereby nlven that I). AV.Muorc will iHxiiii thereon on the Oth day ofSeptember ,
hose notions to 'put away said: to them "Be not yet 8 Evening worslJii, ser I.a wrCII'c. I holdur of Tax ( Vtliricale' No. A. l >. 1U2D '
p. 3r,3. 4th dav of JulY, A. 1 >. 1-127' hnl .. J
lnIi-ii Glh of A.
These afraid of them: remember the Bell IhlH day AunUHt
lm and children. < School and communion Miss Gertrude Houser, Mrs. I
I mon and song. llul\ Maid certlllcntc In niv olllce and I>. 11)21). (
.ardcd women were'the, sisters : Lord and light for your brethren services each Lord's Day at 10 Prayer meeting Wednesday eve David and Misses Arueeta and iimcle uiipllciit. Ion for tux deed to IHiiii I- (Sual O.r.. AI.IIIOUMAN. ;
I I thereon In accordance with law.Said .
Cleik ot Circuit Court, I trail- I.t".tI
laiiRhliTK of men In those your sons, and your daughters o'clock. ning at 8 o'clock. Helen Ogden were dinner guests certificate. pmliraceM tlm followInir County, Florida.

rlts and! naturally they hated your wives and your houses. Church services morning and A cordial invitation to all our of M'ss: Helen Lawrence on Monday ,! cleHci IbHil County.I proiieitv': Florida: ultuateil, towltNoith :
h'w s, and Bought to destroy This command might well be evening/ of the first Sunday In services extended to all. evening. luiir, of NorthweHt quarterHectlon J
to those people who Ogden 20, TowiiHhln 7 South Hun"> "*.. IVOIKI! 01' "I'I"\"U'\I' FOIt
alcni and Its walls and !Kates.: given today each mtonth by the pastor Dro. Misses Arneeta and Helen 22 llaMt: containing HO lie"re''. I '1:.' X ""::1':11: .

When the brother of say thnt religion and religious Dixon ot Jacksonville. ruociu.YM sKMoit: i.nuiri; : entertained Tuesday afternoon The anxeHxruent of mild property, -

'are him the news from pr'nclploH! ] should not be mixed with a fancy work party. The under. I thttttiild ceitlllcatn IPHUUI WUH Notice In hereby Klven, that UubjrA / 1.
in the name of Unknown. Haven, holder or Tax CertlllcateNo. : !,
"m. he prayed to God to give with the government of your 111'TIST. Subject : Where Does! Christ guests! were Mrs. Belle Davis of U'nlcxH, .i.. "Id certlflcatu Hhall be rednemeil 414: 4th day' of Julv, A. D., l')27) ,

aror with the king of Babylon towns your county, state and nation Green Cove Springs! !!, Mrs. Jo.:1:: well accordlnir.. to law, tax deed linx tiled, : Hald certificate: I In my otllceand : i1i
Come In In Literature? ofSeptember
will iMNiie th ii"oti OTI the itth duy made. application, for tax. deed.
Milnlnpc/ permission to go to and that the observance of (Her. O. P. Raymond pastor. ) Song No. 232.Scrptllre. Rublnsoti: Mlshes Gertrude HoiiHcr, A. It. I'.19.f to iHmie I thereon In accordance wltlilaw. 4 '

alem and repair its wall Christian principles should not be Sunday school at 10 a. m. Attendance Iluth Lawrence and Helen Law hated thin Clh < ; Autrudt, A. Hald certificate embraces the I
: Acts 1 : 1-2. Luke 1 : n. 11/211./ followlnic deHcrlbed. property idtun .1 ,
rites He prayed. "I required of t those who make and 1 Increasing;. 1-4. rence.MIBKPS. n. W. AMI Kit MAN, ted In llradfoid County, Florida, to- ': '

hce O Lord God of heaven I execute the laws. In doing hlx Worship 11 a. m. Subject Prayer by leader. Wllma Hays, Dorothy I' (Seal) Clerk." Count of Circuit)', Kluilda<<'(llIrtflrILllto",1 I wit Went: half, of RoutheiiHt quarter of 'l'I:

Let thine ear now be attentive great work Nehemlah paid h's own "What U Man?" First talk: What Is Literature? Jenkins. Ardlth Anderson anI' 8-fl-5t-9- NorthweHt quarter., t1..dlon I 2& Township t :

e have dealt very (' expenses. Ho says, Cli. 5:14: Evening/ worship, 8 p. m., 45 by George Inman, Messrs. Toward Lawrence Frank 8, South 20' acreM ItatiKe, 2J I Kaxt, contalolnic .I 1,,' I'

1 8tn'lll thee, and have not the time that I was appointed minutes only. Morning subject con Second talk : Bible Literature Walrath and, Kenneth Church enjoyed NOIIfll Ol'r.1I.t.n>' Al'l'l: K'ATIIt: : FOI1 The axHenHment of Haid property, \ \ I

hy commandments O to be their governor In the land tinued. a welner roost on t the shore under the nulil. certlllcale iHxued was iJ'l
Mrs. H. A. Weeks in the name of oran S|>eedITnleHa 1
let now thine ear be of Judah twelve years I and Mid-week service Wednesday 8 Song No. 11>4. of Oldfleld pond Friday evening, Nolle* IM liorebv. Klven, that C. 1* nald certlllcate:: Hhall:; be redeemed ,
of Tax CcitllttHte No.4H according to law tax dcerl I t
brethren have not eaten the m. adjourned to the Purler,
o the prayer of thy servants my p. Third talk: The League's! Literary after which they 4lh tiny of July, A. 1 11. IW27' him" will IxHue thereon on tho IIlh day /1' ,
,ind prosper thy servant In bread of the governor." It Is not 1'rogram Leah Struth. home ot Howard Lawrence to filed nald ceitlllcate In my ot.'lce! and" of September! A. D. 1921) .I
,' for those engaged In God's l'nl.: n"TJ.HI.XRev. : made pilltHllon for tax deed I to Inn Dated thin Gth day of .\uguttl, A. tf",
!'Shi of this! man. Then In wrong Suggestions for Discussion> : make candy. Hue thereon: in, :uccoidance with. law I ]U. 1020.

-', he ays. "I took up the wine work to accept money for their labor .Milton "The Hymn ot the Na -. Said (.citltlcate' niinrncen. the fullowlnif ; rj. w. Ar.nrcriMAN.! .
HltiiaUulIn (Heal) Cleik of Circuit Court, ,Ii'
who the ( Geo. II. Lowry, Minister.) deHcilhed property '
preach gospel
but those
ave !'t unto the : citrus
king tivity. Florida producers of llrndfoid. County Klorlila to-wlt : liradford County Florida. .t1 I.. ,
he king Inquired why for money and sell their services Services Sunday Sept. 8, an follows Tennyson "Prologue of In fruits lire showing an Increasing Norlheniit iiiarter| of Norlhw..t'lulu'l..r 8- -5t-9-0 j : \ "
Section 20, TowiiHIilp r B; Mouth
*as gadand the latter told to the highest bidder might : ot developing r.
Memorlam. the possibilities 21 Kant.The .
Interest ItiitiKe H
OP 'It
wtll consider the example of Neh 10 a. m. Sunday school, J. M. aHH nnient of nalil 'propel'ty .
Ing the condition of : Whlttler "The Eternal Good a by-product such as Is ; : : I'KIt IKNI': < I I'V Or' NI'AIIKH' l'
I Truby supt. Lesson topic, "Ne under the nald certlflcatn WUM I nON"" "
Thi>n the king said unto me emlah. ness." netting California growers! more In the name of Mrn. 3. \\'. Carter.Unl \
Nehemlah's hemlah Building the Walls of Je- .. Hhall 1 b.. ----- '
bat> dost thou make ? Let us remember cash an HH n/ilil certincatn redeemed
request Bynan "The Pilgrims Progress. million dollars "
than a .
accorcllrif? to law tax deed Notice! In hereby Klven that thaChy I
." nually. Orange oil U made from will iMHUe thereon on (he 0th day ofMi'Pleinher Council nf the Cltv nf Starke' Ii' ,

Ilur." ordinarily are of : A. D. 1029.! liradford" county, ''Florida, will reculve ,
Wallace [len materials I that
Hated tliIN Cth; day of Auicuxt, A Healed bldfl for the pnrchana of "" I
Song No. 165. little vnlue. It Is believed that at I 11. 11211.) I8.000.0D of I the City of HtarkebondM i'
n. \V. ALT>I nMAI'l, and Inctudlnir elKht o'clockp. ,
Hazel Adklna leader. jome time in the past, its produotlon (Heal) ('lerk. of Circuit I ,,"rt.J'rlijIt"t.t m.,, of up' the 17th day of Sept.: A. D. /' ".
was attempted In Florida. In County. Jo.lorl.t..... I 11)211) nald city hondn are to be dated ..,
of 8-!>-5t.fl-S th. llrnt day of July A. 0.. 1029, :"
The three circles of the Baptist this connection, the deportment are to be nerlal' hondn of One ThonHiinil J I

W.-M. S. will hold a union commerce suggests that If the producer O'l'Ufo: (II" ." I'I'I.U''I'U)"" yon denomlnalloli at! the each rate and of nix are to t tb..llr
percent "
meeting at the home of Mrs.\ !! G. C. Id to maintain a contsunt 'I':1'; : per annum pavabU Hcml-an- .

White next Monday afternoon at product from year to year to meet uuallv. on the l-'lmt day of January 1
that P. W. and July of each with InterestcoiipoiiH ., '
Notice IK I'r..hyIv..n year
3:30.: A good/: attendance Is desired the potential demand, co-operatlvo) Mnore, holder. of Tux Certliliatu Noir,4. attaibed the "principal! andIntelent t ,

as the stmshlno bupin: will be organizations; set usltle a certain : 4th day .or July. A. I II.) mail. ha of Hald City IJondn are pavnble I j .
tlllnalB In olMi.e and at Hanover National liank,
filed nald ci'i my
opened at this! time. The Y. W. amount of fruit for the byproducts made. apillcntlon| for tax d..ed. to t 10.- Now Vork City. t'

A. will entertain with a program) whether or not this fruit Hije thereon In uccordniico with law "n'r..h"l/ ; of bond: offered for J
Hitlil lei,'tllif'ule ernhrucex the folluw- 'Kiuo( .00 and the principal I -
can l lIe> sold l as such, in order to InK fluHcillifd property Hllunted In of Hald. city lloiulH Hhall I be ilue and 11.

get a start. I llrndford County, Kloi'Id.i, to-wlf: p.iyabln In Herlei from, ono to nine l
.......... ... ... N..rlhwlI.t <|uurter ot NorthuUKtiiuar'er. ynari* renpei'tlvely from date I thereof .:
Section 2tl Townnhlp 7 Siiiih "..,,-tuul h of nald mtm each year.Illdn ,. :'
Kunite 22 Muni, contulnlnff 40 acre*. will .be accepted tin to elifht I !
: Kef/stone Heights : Everglades Krectlon' \. of new Thu aHMcxmnnnt; of xald property o'clock p. m., on Hept. I fth, A. .I'., 1 t

Mlpm llrlra Oicilro Car. Juliet e.! Collier hospital building, under. the Hill'l' certllli-utii Indiiud wan. Ail bidder. are required to ;.
In the nuiiie of J. K. llomtcr.Unle 111':0.. .11 with C. A. Kutch, an flerkof ;
... ... completed and modern equipment >.m nulil ..orUnc..l.. Hhall be redeemed Maid I City ,'''"11,11., Htarke, Florida '
.. .
.. ....... Installed. .acinrdhiK.' to law tux deed. I I a certified check equal I to Kl\e. percent ,t I .
will INMUI) IhHreon on the Dtli day of of the amount of bid. Hald i hecto it. <. ,
Mrs. R. L. Plnkiton, of Jacksonville Orlando( --- Orlando Utilities \ A. D. 11)30. I bll payable to the city of Mta'.R.,. 1.1' 1..'
was a recent guest at the Cornminslim started work of lay- H"r'I{ 5th iluy I of Antrim A. Florida. 1 ,

home of Mr. and 111''m.. Baker, liur of underground cable In down D. t1l39. o w, Ar.nnrtMAN., amount All "bldilciN of bond nnalt. bid for npeclfjr nnd th fhe' 1' '

In the Pangborn apartments. town Hnrfon and alw> establishment (Seal ('1"1., of Circuit (Court time within whlth the bidder will' .
tlrudfoid County, Florida.rxoiuii the term thereof after .1\
comply with
Miss Gertrude I{. Houser, who of downtown substation.MtHTKIl'd ItIIfol-!)-!! notice In Klven by the Clerk of t"., ..

has spent the summer with relatives ---- the ,,1\leI council that delivery can ,

In Chicago, I.lIkewuod. N. Y., :%01'It'll<< OF 8\I.M >P Ai'ri.KM'i IHII: ; iovTAX ,,'on be The mude.certified check above referred r. 1 :,

and Meadvllle Penn., returned to to IH to be dnpoHltml. an a ruranalewof J
Hnreby not lea !I. tflven thnt IInl"r full compliance with the .bid nub- I t ,
her home in Keystone Heights iiml, by virtu of that certain flniil I Notice IK Mireby Riven that f>. W. mil teil and In the event of the acceptance "
Friday. fl..r.... of toro..lo..ro mud" hjr thormlrn Moore, holder" of Tux Certificate' Nn.3B7. of Hiirh bid. and the failure "p .
of Iho ('lr"lIlt Court In ana 4th .lay of July. A. I'. 1027. lumfllnd on the part of the .bidder: tn com* I.
Mrs. F. M. Walrath and son, .al l certltlcicttt. In olllce and "
for na lforrt (' r Laurence returned Friday from aweek's I lav irf Amr X. l" 1" "'. In favor made application for tax In Oeor of rir.dford County flank a cor- HUO thereon In accurdance with law.Hul'l .dnmaMCvu .:! visit with friends
I, t'nrti'fblll. certlnrHt* nmhrnuea the followInir City Council. I i'
iniiullnn, unil nirulrint ?
gla. rttiby Underbill Ih'l wife, amith d H< rlljcil ..property: ulttiatod' ::: inBradford I Maid. bondn ,ttre Initueil under Chanter .,! ".J
returned >< T'nwell-Rmlth Company, a corl C'ounty Floi idu, towltK.iiHt : D2S! ot the Oeneral Lawn of the wI,,!' .t.tft'U
Mlmt Helen Lawrence 1>r>"nt inn. .I l rftnaant.. : luilf of SoiithciiNt: '|iiiaiter ofNortlieuMt L92H: of the KlorliU I.iitlcUlureand It \
Friday,frora Baltimore Md., where The und r.lirnn school at t ler, will offer fur HH|<> at th* rmmdnor 7, Houth ItiViiKe 22 Kiiat. contalnlntf clal luwn of the 1127 Klluture> ami 1 '
she attended the summer nt the court hoyi." .tn Stark. 2o acreit.The be iMHiied' for the puipone' of financlnv ', !,Ito ,
Johns Hopkins University.Mr. KI'prlilH, Itr'Hi-en' I he hourx ot eleven aH..eH hniunt of nalil nronerly the jrradliiK, widening of I '. "
,,','Iork a. m. and Two u'>.lock. p. m. under tho .nld oertlrtcate iHiiued. wa the hard nurfaclnir. and Improving a .I' '"
and Mrs. B. U. Weld drove on Monday, O'toher 7lh. liti":' I' In tho name T>f WIIIMnttnlre.I7nlen of cortaln Htreetn Tn the City of 1''1 ,
to Gainesville Friday. lilKheiil anil newt bidder for cnnh thafollowin nald cnrtlfluate.: Mhall bo redxeniad Stark, Bradford 1 county Florida. '
-.-. aocordtnit to IUH', tax n d..rlll"d 'lying- The City council renervc'd the
"'= -'-j'J J I roof 1 Is of Blatem floor. The second story has two Mrs. George Andersoll has moved ,and liolnir* In llradfnrd property eountx, I'lorIdn. will l IBBUU thereon on the Oth dar ofptemb rlirht to reject any and all bid. I

\ FEIIXO, : or H".U'Il' many year*. The exiellent bed rooms and tiled Into tho Bird: apartments and ti -wit : "r, A. l>. d'O'f' ) ; Hy order of the CityCouncil' of '
wallaaro voiy Iinted thin Gth Auirimt Aa. .
variegated shades. The Th NorthB..t of thoMnrthwoHt the City of Btarke, liradford county, ,.
1 *-!\SIJIHGSITY IImu: rough trowel hath with more than usual closet tho drug store Is temporarily clos qunrter ..1.UD8 7. Twn. 19111. h'lorldii. f' "
!J ) cotta with to the of nnn.. 12 fCast, containI W. At.riRRMAN. C'. F fJOO\'FR. :
terra South
Archts, called II. ,
Hunter & Bro Attention Is '
: Seal 'rle of ciimit' Court
finish construction at apace. ed.A I 40 01'''. m..r.. oP I....... ( ) Chairman' City Council 'of ."
';.!iw York City. ) led stucco The wardrobe off bed room No. 1-an crowd of Keystone Heights J. I... I"RAId11.! liradford County. .Florida.OfI city of Htaike. f

onoe artistic and practical. 'feature.In attended the Sunday Mpoclal Mutor.B ,I 1IGt'I1II ATTB8TJ: .',
living room !'s a boon excellent and unusual young people .
batten Clark. 8lH5913.NOTIftl ( : "
f A. KlTCIf
brick trlmmlnn.! M1. JOHNS.Solicitor/ .f
I I 11 homes. With It'one may I"u.hes., of shulUers anM4im the cellar are the steam heater service at the C. M. convention fur Ito'uplalnaot.! I ,> ( IJ (!!. ,\ l'l'l IC ,'...u" FOIIT ;h ,

al. "' advantages of a much entramo: : door and work large.hlmney coal storage fruit! closet laup- being held at Camp Imrnokalee. 98StlOllf .'\. IIta.uN..Hce OF t'IN'L III'1CII\lIGfl :H. >

11"I.' .i. am,! yet the economy half timber unbroken roof line dry equipment etc. Residents ot Keystone Heights (.O.lfI"I". : .. 11I\1,'" I In hereby Klven. that I>. W !

lnd 'nlence of the smaller .' long td the for some one with a level lot are much pleased to learn that Dr Moore, bolder of Tax Certlilcate No fllxty day* after date hereof on ;;
_' all are factors addlnK this early and Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelly are ri.>by notice IK flvn rhat itnif"- I 117. 4th day of July A. Ii 1927, lian, to-wlf: the'17th day of September; jtt
for width
mple spitce) la provided effect. about 85 feet In .tn \i an- r of callers--In fact real aeneral pleasing Is also English cottage would provide a to build a homo and studio at ..f partition m.il.. an" ..nt..r.id In the miiii i Hppllcatlon for tax deed" to A. Oardlner. county Judire, ofliradford 11f f
lit! I' The Interior of this house this fall. Dr '*lrt'ulL Cnurt Inlng could be carried ou In stair hall large home of real merit. Keystone Heights Florida. in lh3rd t law. fiR 101 certlfcate eniliraceii' the ami Anal account an Administrator .
nell a house as this one. good. Small and Complete working plans and specifications Kelley Is considered the foremost day\ of H-pt; 'ArL.: :1D29..lI"ln. favor followrnir described property 0ltu- of tho entate of HenriettaHrown f. .
Takl living room, generous fireplace of Witt Ilurnemi, eomnlalnnnt ti.tiiwalnn .t..lln Mradford county, (.'lorida to- declined. and ak toa theirapproval ; f
D the house from the exter1 for this house may be symphony composer in th& country. .. y \
the kitchen and R...a Hull DHu*, Boloman wit and my dilettante auebadmlniiitrator .I .
1' : 'truly there Is grace of liner wwTM'lM Porch ; obtained for a nominal sum from Mrs. Kelly 'Wa.a the former !I' 4U" h.'f' hUHbanil, Dalnojr Murrl Northwest qaartor of Fouthw 1 ,. '
dining. alcove the Ken- National Federation and Iv.rn MorrU\ her huxlmnd, thnrnlorulKned riuartxr Stlon 24 Townnhlp T Thin lath day of Julr. A. T> 19J9. I
Complete to ot the
"ymmetry of proportion-low and the attached the building editor. Refer president .. commljmlon will uutti IUni
1 ln4 broad; it appears to bare been ,Irous closet space the ground bouse A-129. of Music Clubn. and Is now off.tr on l veil In front ,t .uutlt .. I 19-91-J.U Administrator.Ta'TI.nmn ; ,
), compose I \
", garage '
I Present location for many. '

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OUR STRAWBERRY INDUSTRY (the funs about the collection of kindliest hoartH that over ban beaten Florida Railway .and ',,-,, ,...
Bradford County TelegraphEstablished delinquent taxes are the ones who In human breast; no ono who ('0., and. The Florida CM, II', .".J II
have made the taxpayers pay Increased was In \urgent need "ever went empty Peninsula Hall road. Thm '
1877 Strawberry growers and business men of the county taxes to carry them. They handed from his presence If they was consolidated with 1 11.,,. ".1(1.

__ __ __ .. __ __ - __ __ -0_'" heard Lee It. Miller of the Miller Auction Company, Inc., of have no grievance but the tax frankly stated their need.His from Jacksonville to Tuii.ii,i """"Ii.'

Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class Hammond, La., explain how the strawberry growers of one lit- payers who have paid have one, death Is calamity to the and then with the one i III< I ,,, '"'
because they have supported rum- poor of this community ps they hoochee. This road WUH ,t.-M I, llt''J
tle section 14 miles in Louisiana plants (|
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, FloridaE. square annually 25- payers. Some of these nou-pujers had learned to lean on him when to Savannah. Then it wn- ,", ,
000 acres to berries, and what was more remarkable sell from have been giving the city the horse tho clouds cf distress overshadowed Idated with the South Btnni,, ?.,",".
S. Matthews--___________ _____Owner and' Publisher six to eight million dollars worth of berries within six weeks laugh for years, but now that the them. road to Columbia. Then HIK \ltH

4. C. Robinson_______________________- Managing Editor time. Mr. Miller cited facts and he has hundreds of growers city( has a way of forcing collec- Those attending the funeral consolidated with the S.-.H,','', ,
tions they are trying to find a from out of town were: Mrs. JayS. which had a line from Norioih'
j;', ----- .- -- ----- -- -------- and business men through Louisiana who will bear testimony, flaw In the charter to avoid paying: Drown sister, from Plant City; Columbia. I i 10

II?, SUBSCRIPTION RATE if needed, that his plan of distributing the berry crop of the what others have paid.-Tarpon Mr. and Mrs Jimmie Roe nephew AB.. Dunham
Springs Leader. and of Mr. and Mrs .
niece Tampa
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Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance Hammond section has doubled the acreage and doubled and ---oNE1VEId. George C. White nephew and niece Tampa, Government-win- I

Advertising Rates on Application. trebled the receipts to the man who spends months of toil to It. ]iULL of Mt. Dora; Charles Stearns and bids soon for erection of $r,..pen 1100,|

''' __ _..0 _____'_ __ ___ .- ----- produce the crop. son, Junior, nephews, of Frultland post office annex here.
a, Mr. Newell B. Hull one of the Park; Mr. and Mrs C, V. Imesonof Winter Park Pioneer. ,
of the entire
Putnam county bans the roaming cattle. The secret proceeding as outlined by Millercan .sir
\ best known and most highly respected Jacksonville; Mrs. Fred Brengelof moved to new location.
o be told in one word-organization. This is a time IL,the of Bradford county's citI- Miami; Mrs. Eleanor Martin and

Only 237 days before vacation comes again. farmer wants to realize more from his efforts he must help zens died at his home In Starke at Mr. George Kossel of Redlands; --- .=--
11:50: Saturday night, after a Dr, and Mrs. II. A. Tucker of Tampa =
Lut'4. ,0 himself, for without a working organization of the individual -
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brief illness. Ills death came as a
Everyone loves a cheerful liar but the serious one is a growers the plan must :fail. There arc two organizations, each great! shock to the community as FLORIDA'TIJEATUE

J, !' bore. one independent in their own line but each must depend on the but few people knew that he had "As you greet each silvery dawn

; d 0 other for the results obtained in Hammond. The organizationof been Ill. Mrs. Hull, Is bearing her And the day starts moving on,
loss with that fortitude that comes It 1 is yours-It's what you make it,
Jacksonville: is now officially dry. So is the St. Johns growers produce the strawberries and 'place them in the from a close association with the It Is yours-God let's you take it. Homo of "iWIh"noPROGRAIJIS| !

river. cars ; the auction organization then takes over the sale and Saviour of a sinful world. Mr: In sunst>nt'a golden glow

Y} l'' 1 --0---- distribution of the carloads of fruit already on their way to Hull was born in Waynesvllle Ill, As you stand and watch it go, Week Con
y 19, 1866, and with Sept. 9Monday
came Can you say you did one thing
A dangerous combination--<>rte-eycd car with a cock-eyed diversion points. Each organization is trained for the work .
: his family to Starke in 1879 when That to some life joy may bring?
?: I '' driver. they do-one produces, the other sells. he was thirteen years of age. Can you say through all the years Tuesday

K --0-- If any grower doubts the efficiency of organization, let Shortly after the family arrived In ;You have dried somebody's tears?

x "''i It's been a long "year" since, the last meeting of the Pa- him ponder over the rolling of 500 express cars of berries each was Starke appointed his father postmaster, Levi and C. Hull held As'Twill the be golden deeds stairs-not you yearsthatcount. mount I Wednesday

RAGraphers. week for a period of six weeks and compare this with the peak the office with the exception of two ."' Marx Brothers :

o movement of 40 to 50 freight refrigerator cars from this sec- terms during Cleveland's adminIs- .

tion. And if this movement is increased to double tration, until his death in 1900. SOME: EARLY HISTORY In
1r More money before the divorce fs sometimes cheaper yet even
Newell B. Hull had assisted his
last season's movement what would be the probable result?
than alimony. I have few items
father in,the pastorate during the picked up a '"
_, : i' o The berries would not bring enough to pay the expense of larger part of the time and was, which might be of general Interest "THE COCOANUTS"All

i furnished the world with forty-six million cigars placing them on the loading platform. With a few buyers rep appointed postmaster to succeed I The name of Starke was given by
Tampa his father and has held the cilice Col. Call who was secretary of the
small number of houses to handle the movement Talking
4 ; during August. a to the time of his death with the I railroad. He was In love with a
_ 4r-' a they could not absorb the added quantity. That shows the exception of two terms during, young lady by the name of Starke SingingDancingEngagement ,
Woodrow Wilson's administration.Mr. but did not her. lIe named
need of an organization capable of distributing the movementto marry
Haines City is free of debt and has reduced taxes. Store\
friend by that
Hull of diversified Lawtey from a
was man -
the four of the and doing it at few cents Extra-
corners country a !?
towns should, work to that goat talents and wonderful execu- name. 'lie was an Englishman in
t o cost to the crate. tive ability, engaged in the mercantile Fernandlna, who bought naval
For their \ Miller business in his early youth Stores, etc. The original charter
: own protection, ;Mr. ; urged our growersto .
: Cult member fasting 31 days in search of youth, truth and has continued in the business of the Florida Railroad was for a -.- -- -
organize. in the-Louisiana section belongsto ] ---
;# I and health found instead age, truth and death. Every grower throughout all the years of his railroad from Amelia Island to
0-- an organization of growers and they would not change the life; he had large: land holdings Tampa with a branch to Cedar Key & Friday

the had and has after the operation but it was built from Fernandina
present system of marketing for system they once loqked I I
would have in
what luck Mr. GRETA
Wonder Ordinary Taxpayer GARBOIn
t of his farm in addition to the merchandising to Cedar Key. At that time there
and used in Florida under consideration.
tt having the courts order part of his load removed. now any business and operating wa a rivalry between prominentmen
-oThere's Strawberry growers of Bradford county"Should not hesitate Ute postolflre.Mr. I pf Fernandina and Jackson-

in perfecting their organization! for the next season. Ev- Hull married Miss Marie, ville and the promoters would not "THE SINGLE '
slow about the Winter Garden Confederate
nothing Kotmel! in 1898, they had one son' build It through the latter city and
; [ veteran who met, wooed and married in the same day. ery man who has sold his crop under the present system who died In Infancy; he Is survivedby this hurt Jacksonville very much. STANDARD j,

O knows its faults, the abuses practiced unscrupulous buyers:'! his widow, one sister! and num- The names given to the railroad With tmiisic ,and soundSATURDAY
he in cash above he suffer nephews and nieces.Mr. were Atlantic, Gulf and ''''est'IndIes -
and what has made expense Can erous
who the of .
That Brooklyn judge a prisoner option
gave -- ,
Hull, under a rather gruff Transit Co.'s Railroad, The
y Is' kissing his wife or going t'o jail must have been a married any greater loss by giving the auction system a fair and exterior concealed one of the Transit and Peninsular Railroad,

man. square trial Would associations in Louisiana grow to where nn____ _on .

every farmer was a member and continue over a period''of five Em m& "
-t'r In Jacksonville theatres the show boat was followed byNoah' years disposing of their crop through the auction system if En Hardware and Furniture Ia

ark, to be followed with the rum runner and a revenue there were any great dissatisfaction?
', cutter. Our growers have had organizations in the past and they Coffins and Caskets I
: JVILLIAlIl110rJ)
o were sufficiently successful to show the value of such. Where II Atwater Kent Radios II _-_

t d, Braaford will add a home demonstration agent to its they failed was in the marketing end of the game. The auc- And Radio Supplies'Starke Talking or Singing Comedies ,

workers December 1st with the federal tion system eliminates the necessity of tile growers organization ; Daily
.i through co-operation 1 ___ __ _
d government. having that problem to solve and there is nothing in the Hardware & "
IU &; .Bile Mutinoo, mill ..Ig6NatYrYLYy
of Bradford county having'one or more associations
way : ,
o _Mat lOo &; 4 Or
14 11+ among the farmers capable of wielding a tremendous power Furniture Co. .
5 x Payment of poll tax is compulsory, Attorney General Davis -- -- --

"'", I advises tax collectors and its collection may be enforced'. for good among the tillers of the soil. L. .Em GAINESVILLE, FLA'jr. ,
I don't'have' The :future of the strawberry industry rests with the '" --
You to vote but it's citizen's -- -'
r a duty. -I ---- -- _

-0---- growers. .!_ ..
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There is more interest manifested in our school this year. o

The greatest regret of our county superintendent of schools is ,"iiiiiiiiiiimumiiiiiuimnniiiiimiiimiiiiiiiiiimimiimimiimiii"' IIUIIIIIIUIIIUIII".UIIIIIIIIU"IUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIIllIl"' WJIIIYIIWIIIYIP'

'' '4 the lack of funds to go ahead with needed improvements. tl .... "'"

S S S -- --0-- Lm I FROM OTHER PENS t--. ,' .,.... _...,.
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Funds coming from the gas tax will be distributed to the _/ IIIgIYIOYnomnYmllmnoulllnlmolunnmllnuYmollullmYnmmununuYll,, ,..1 \ f)J -:

i' roads and school as heretofore, the only part of the tax being >1rirJ'1.
Florida Republicans are getting named Democrat, of which the one
held and one-third cent for final decision of the
up being one ready for a real plungs in state at Live Oak is to be Democratic
courts. politics. The Democrats are bad- Tallahassee State News.
ly in need of a stimulant and opposition --O-'
-- --
will put them on their Contrary to the general impres-
Florida's best barometers the tourist the
on season are toes.-Starke Telegraph. Opposl- s6n! the legislature did not pass '
railroads. More and faster trains will run to Florida this tfon will shake 'em up alright, but the bill placing the sale of auto- it I It

winter than ever before, meaning this state will have an the Democrat official "money mobile license tags In the office of t I
slashers" are moreIn need of a the county tax: collector. The bill
overflow of winter guests. t
full-grown narcotic than they area passed the senate but died In the -
.Si I'i.. pit stimulant.-Mclntosh News So house. It was a good measure and L 1'Il ,
it Woodlawn school is the second to start its regular weekly long as they do not reach the Republican -, should have been enacted into law. {,,,,h IK Jr r-
perfection of slashers and The motor vehicle department is 'ryy.5""A."
k' 't ) news in the Telegraph. The Telegraph is co-operating with Qi
slushers, we'll retain faith In the the biggest political football at
;,It the county superintendent in having every county school represented party. tached to the plate government 'I Y waj ,

,la y, on its school page.., --o and more grief has come out of 'f1' I
r ? li o Governor Carlton evidently believes the department during Its short : 'fII'I'. I''I
existence than, from all the others "
that vigilance will be the "
; Tallahassee State News evidently is relying on memory price of liberty In the fight to free put1 together....-Ocala Star. Oh, --I \o; -- j' ; 14 ,

5I' to give proper credit to editorial items clipped from state pa- Floridians of tax burdens. He has not now, not now. Carlton prom- ..,__.. _..,. 'r .. 1'1'
I appointed Drew as state ised to cut out all that political I -' I
pers. The Telegraph has been credited with two squibs lately Frank ,0"
equalizer of tuxes. The appointee footballing and surely you believehe 'f' '.. __ II
that should have to other I ., -
gone papers. already has Issued circulars askingthe has done so. Tallahassee _- .

iL 3 0 -- exact assessment condition In State News. i iI

Starke and Bradford county .lost:: a worthy citizen in the each county and the value from an -0-- -- % I
California! has member on the
a I
,' I death of Postmaster N. B. Hull. His deeds of kindness and economic piece of farm standpoint land In the of state every for Hoover farm board and the gen- FOR ONE AND ALL :

41 charity work among the poor were not generally known, his the purpose of putting Information eral counsel of the board is from

71I reward coming from the knowledge of a good deed done. that Is useful In the hands of coun- California. Florida, competitorof
ty tax assessors In Florida-Tltus- California, has-well, make a ,A-BANK OF SERVICE
----0h -- Telegraph.
vllle Star-Advocate. guess.-Starke For
h' Hillsborough county is showing its sympathy for the automobilists --- -- once the esteemed editor of the I I

4 ir' by assessing automobiles at 25 per cent of its f. o. We are proud to see the people Telegraph is wrong. Florida not A Bank that is consecrated to Service. Service to artisan and
In only got the first loan made by the .
of this section Interested
:'f,,, b. price, less 33 1-3 per cent for each yeac's depreciation. A the raising of strawberries. It Farm Board but could have had a craftsman no less than to industry. Service to the small-- depos-

new Ford roadster will pay a tax of $3.84 and a new Buick Is one of the best moneyed crops great deal more It It had had wise
I 1024. that can be grown In this section leadership that could have taken itor who seeks to advice regarding investments. And to the

and keeps the .land In good con- advantage of the opportunity so
---o- farmer with his problems.
.. dition not only for this crop but freely offered by the Farm Board. crop
The auction sale method of handling strawberries is nota for any other that Is desired to Instead of hindering Florida the

new, untried scheme, but plan that has worked successfullyfor to plant. This land Is especially Farm Board told Floridians exactly -
suited to truck growing of all how they could have had more. Labor Banks '
years in Louisiana. It provides for disposal of every cup
kinds and we predict a great future still may be able to get It,
of berries a grower can produce and at prices to make it worthwhile development. The farmersare If Its leaders how a real Instead of .

Jl Interested In making a future a camouflage effort at getting to

o -- for themselves and are looking gether. Lake Wales Highlander. Our records show that hundreds of our depositors are workmen
ahead for better times. ...J Baker o I
't' A few more ads by the Miller Tire Company County Press. Heard a man say the other day .-..railroad men, builders, operatives, farmers and they have I,

+T in national publications on the "abrasive roads of ----e that he had not paid his last two .
been constant for
'' Florida" will popularize that brand of tire in Florida to suchan Newspaper1names frequentlymean years taxes because theamount years. !
nothing. There are the had been increased. His not pay-
extent that Miller dealers in this state will have to change .
Starke the
Telegraph and High Ing the first of the two years in-
their brand. Springs Telegram neither of creased the amount due for the

i _-- which prints telegraphic news second year. Those, who have BANK OF STARKEAN
lfy There Is the Ocala Banner which paid their taxes have paid increased -
i A new county high school building will be an absolute
i has never, appeared Star spangled. taxes to carry the delinquents
_S necesity within the next two years. The present building is There are several Independentswhich and today there are more than HONOR ROLL BANK I

now filled to capacity and it has been necessary to refuse admittance almost without exception enough back taxes due on the city E. S. MATTHEWS, president R: J. DAVIS Cashierr.uu
adhere to firmly rooted Ideals on books to carry the city without I
to students in certain grades this week. This condi- I
111 I all subjects. And then In north, tax levy of any kind for a full year.
; ,!t; tion should not be allowed to continue. Florida there are two newspapers The ones who are kicking up all -- "

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OUR STRAWBERRY INDUSTRY !the fuss about the collection of :kindliest; l harts' that ever bas beat II I- Florida Railway and a' -= J

Bradford County Telegraph -- delinquent taxes ore,the ones who on. In human breast, no one who f'o., and, The Florida r., ,' (1 1
have made the Increased In need ever went empty Peninsula Railroad
I Thin
taxpayers pay was urgent; I(
;, srq Established 1877 Strawberry growers and business men of the county taxes to carry them. They I handed from{ his presence1! If they was consolidated\ with m, ,,.
: _. __ __ -.-' n. __ heard Lee R. Miller of the Miller Auction Inc. stated need. from Jacksonville ''I
"m Company, of have no grievance but the taxpayers frankly their to Tan";,' '
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class Hammond, La., explain how the strawberry growers of one lit- who have paid ave one, His death Is a calamity to the and Uieu with the one to(. < > M|"".
1 i'i't because they have supported non- poor of this community fI'" they hoochee. This road was '.
t Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida tle section 14 miles square in Louisiana annually plants 25- payers. Some of these non-payers had learned to lean on him when to Savannah. Then it Will""" "lflo'd,] ('
000 acres to berries, and what was more remarkable sell from have been giving the city the horse tho clouds cf distress overshadowed idated with the South Don;,,,.: ''I._
> E. S. Matthews________________ _____Owner and Publisher for the them. road to Columbia ""'1 ,
laugh but that
six to eight million dollars worth of berries within six weeks years, now Then uu, ,vap
4.: C. Robinson_________________--______ Managing Editor time. Mr. Miller cited facts and he has hundreds bf city has a way of forcing collections Those attending the funeral consolidated with the 8HiiHr(1,,' ,' (
i _. __ __. __ __ .__ __ __ n growers they are trying to find a from out of town were: Mrs. Jay which had a line from Noitmi \lo I
and business men through Louisiana who will bear testimony, flaw In the charter to avoid paying: S. Brown, sister, from Plant City; Columbia. f "
SUBSCRIPTION RATE if needed, that his plan of distributing the berry crop of the what others have paid.-Tarpon Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Roe, nephewand A, E Dunham

? ; Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance Hammond section has doubled the acreage and doubled and Springs Leader.----o- George niece C.,White of Tampa, nephew; Mr.and and niece Mrs. Tampa Government. win-,

Advertising Rates on Application. trebled the receipts to the man who spends. months of toil to XEAVKLL II. HULL of Mt. Dora; Charles Stearns and bids soon! for erection of $si.'J o eon)Oo

r __ .n .. produce the crop. son Junior, nephews, of Frultland post office annex here.
Mr. Newell B. Hull, one of the Park; Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Imesonof Winter Park Pioneer .
The the
Ali Putnam county bans the roaming cattle. secret of entire proceeding as outlined by Millercan "lor,
best known and most highly respected Jacksonville; Mrs. Fred Brengel moved to new location.
o be told in one word-organization. This is a time if,the of Bradford county's citizens of Miami; Mrs. Eleanor Martin and -

Only 237 days before vacation comes again. farmer wants to realize more from his efforts he must help died at his home in Starke at Mr. George Kossel of Redlands; _
Li ,0 himself, for without a working organization of the individual 11-50: Saturday night, after a r3r. and Mrs. II. A. Tucker of Tam. \

i' r'f, Everyone loves a cheerful liar but the serious one is a; growers'the plan must fail. There are two organizations, each brief great illness shock!' to His the death community came as as a pa. FLORIDA'TIIEATUE '

r:1; : : bore. one independent in their own line but each must depend on the but few people knew that he had "As you greet each silvery dawn

0 other for the results obtained in Hammond. The organizationof been 111. Mrs Hull, Is bearing her And the day starts moving on,

r Jacksonville; is now officially dry. So is the St. Johns growers produce the .strawberries and place them in the Ions with that fortitude: that comes It Is yours-It's what you make it, Home of 1'lhphonoPROGRAMS'!
from a close association with the It is yours-God let's you take it.
f' river. I cars ; the auction organization then takes'over the sale and Saviour of a sinful world. Mr: In surment's golden glow

--:-_--r i distribution of the carloads of fruit already on their way to Hull was born In Waynesvllle, III., As you stand and watch It go, Week Con
diversion August 19, 1866, and came with Can you say you did one thing __! __Sept. 9 t
A dangerous combination: one-eyed car with a cock-eyed points. Each organization is trained for the work
his family to Starke in 1879 whenhe That to some life Joy may bring? -
't'' 1 driver. they do--one produces, the other sells. was thirteen years of age. Can you say through all the years Monday,Tuesday ?

--0-- If any grower doubts the efficiency of organization, let Shortly after the family arrived in You have dried somebody's tears '

It's been a long "year" since the last meeting of the Pa- him ponder over the rolling of 500 express cars of berries each Starke his father, Levi C. Hull, As the golden stairs you mount Wednesday
was appointed postmaster and held 'Twill be deeds--not years-that
RAGraphers. week for a period of six weeks and compare this with the peak the office with.the,exception of two count."" Marx BrothersIn \

o movement of 40 to 50 freight refrigerator cars from this sec- terms during Cleveland's adminis- I'

More money before the divorce is sometimes cheaper. tion. And yet if this movement is increased to even double tration, until his death In 1900. SOME: EARLY HISTORY

r than alimony. last season's movement what would be the probable result? Newell B. Hull had assisted his I
father In the postofflce during the I have picked up a few Items
., I o The berries would not bring enough to pay the expense of larger part of the time and was which might be of general Interest, "THE COCOAMJTS"All

r Tampa furnished the world with forty-six million cigars placing them on the loading platform. With a few buyers rep appointed postmaster to succeedhis The name of Starke was given by
father and has held the officeto Col. Call who was secretary of the
resenting a small number of houses to handle the movement Talking
t', during August. the time of his death with the railroad. He was In love with a
o they could not absorb the added quantity. That shows the exception of two terms during young lady by the name of Starke SingingDan'cingEngagement:

r Haines City is free of debt and has reduced taxes. More need of an organization capable of distributing the movementto Woodrow Wilson's administration. but did not marry her. He ;named

1 a h towns should, work to that goal. the four corners of the country and doing it at a few cents Mr.talents Hull was and a wonderful man of diversified execu-- Lawtey name. Mle from was a an friend Englishman by that in Extra

t t o cost to the crate. tive ability he engaged In the mercantile Fernandlna, who bought\ ; naval ordinaryThursday

Cult' member fasting 31 days in search of youth, truth For their own protection, Mr.; Miller,; urged our growersto business in his early youth Stores, etc. The original charterof -- -
and has continued In the business the Florida Railroad was for a
i ij and health found instead truth and death. organize. Every grower in the-Louisiana section belongsto
I age, throughout all the years of his railroad from Amelia Island to
0-- an organization of growers and they: would not change the life! : he had large land holdings Tampa with a branch to Cedar Key & Friday

j Wonder what luck Mr. Ordinary Taxpayer would have in present system of marketing for the system they once had and has loqked after the operationof but It was built from Fernandina GRETA GARDO
his farm In addition to the merchandising to Cedar Key. At that time there
having the courts order part of his load removed. .I and now used in Florida under any consiqeration.I business and operating was a rivalry between prominent In

t. 0 Strawberry growers of Bradford countjrshould not hesi- tIle postofflce. men pf Fernandlna and Jackson-

i ? There's nothing slow about the Winter Garden Confederate tate in perfecting their organization for the next season. Every Mr. Hull married Miss Marie ville and the promoters would not "THE SINGLE
11 Kernel In 1808, they had one son build it through the latter city and
who has sold his STANDARD
; veteran who met, wooed and married in the same day man crop ,under the present system: who died Infancy; he is survivedby this hurt Jacksonville very much.

ti ;. o knows its faults, the-abuses practiced unscrupulous buyer his widow, one sister and numerous The names given; to the railroadwere 'With music and sound

;? 9.nr That Brooklyn judge who gave a prisoner the option oft and what he has made in cash above expenses. Can he suffer nephews and nieces. ; Atlantic, Gulf and "Vest'In- .
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Mr. Hull, under a rather gruff dies Transit Co.'s Railroad, The
to any greater loss by giving the auctfbn system fair and -
; ; kissing his wife or going jail must, have been a married exterior concealed one of the Transit and Peninsular Railroad,
man. square trial? Would associations in Louisiana grow to where SATURDAY'THE

o- : every farmer was a member_and continue over a period'of' five w !!!!iI !:ZII .. rE. FLYING FOOL'

4 In Jacksonville theatres the show boat was followed uyNoah' years disposing of their crop through the auction system if &I1 1
& Hardware and Furniture
ark, to be followed with the rum runner and a revenue there were any great dissatisfaction? mII WithJVILLIAlJl

cutter. *." Our growers have had organizations in the past and they Coffins and Caskets
BO I'DTalking
o i Were sufficiently successful to show the value of such. Where m Atwater Kent Radios m .. -

w Bradford will add a home demonstration agent to its r they failed was in the marketing end of the game. The auction And Radio Supplies fa or Sinking Comedies :

December 1st with I system eliminates the necessity of the growers organization Daily
workers through co-operation the federal
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government. having that problem to solve and there is nothing in the I I Starke Hardware & II h -
I J'O-& SOc Mntiiic** unit MlitHntimlay |(
of Bradford having'one
county associations
way or more .
o I Mat. lOc k !0">
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Payment of poll tax is compulsory, Attorney General Davis among the farmers capable of wielding a tremendous power Furniture Co. I I -

advises tax collectors and its collection may be enforced. for good among the tillers of the soil. GAINESVILLE, }'J A.

You d01f 'qave to vote:, but it's a citizen's duty. The future of the strawberry industry rests with the ...r m "":.. --

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growers. -- -
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_ There is more interest manifested in our school this year. i 11

The greatest regret of our county superintendent of schools is
the lack of funds to go ahead with needed improvements.Funds r ..... v
FROM OTHER 'S""IIII"lIllIlIli I ta:, .
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coming from the gas tax will be distributed to the .. ,,, ,,,, ., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,: ,,,,,, ,, ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,, ,II \ ;. ..,.
'mummoa" "mnamm' ''moooimim' .'rnoomsnnmimimonainoronumaiaroamn''' '' '' '' '''' ''''','''''''' ,eiommna. ..nirmiianiinroiumnnWumiimuhueiimnuroiooanxmr' ,,,,. .,. ,,," ,,,,,,,. r-iru" ,.." 1 j
,, roads and school as heretofore, the only part of the'tax being ;
held up being one and one-third cent for final decision of the Florida Republicans are getting I named Democrat, of which the one ;
ready for a real plungs In state at Live Oak Is to be De \ocratlc.-
,courts. politics. Tile Democrats are badly Tallahassee State News.
In need of a stimulant and opposition o
will put them on their Contrary to the general Impression i ia
Florida's best barometers on the tourist season are the
toes.-Starke Telegraph. OpposI- the legislature did not pass
I railroads. More and faster trains will run to Florida this tfbn will shake 'em up, alright, but the bill placing the sale of auto f\ i \

winter than ever before, meaning this state will have an the Democrat official "money mobile license tags in the office of
overflow of winter guests. slashers" are more In need of a the county tax collector. The bill
full-grown narcotic than they area passed the senate but died in the
i r t, o stimulant-McIntosh News.' So house. It was a good measure and
r ,,, Woodlawn school is the second to start its regular weekly long as they do not reach the Republican should have been enacted into law. MMM qrr "
perfection of slashers and The! motor vehicle department is
r news in the Telegraph. The Telegraph is co-operating with "'
slushers, we'll retain faith in the the biggest political football attached ". +StsaL i W'U
the county superintendent in having school I
every county represented party. to the state governmentand
Mtl'' i on its school page* ---o- more grief has come out of I

-o_-. Governor Cantoa evidently be- the department during its short .... ,....... ... .. '"
lieves that existence than from all the others ".
vigilance will be the I
Tallahassee State News evidently is relying on memory price of liberty In the fight to free put''' together..-Ocala Star. Oh, -. _J 1: 'i J, I I

fl to give proper credit to editorial items clipped from state pa FloridIans of tax burdens. lIe has not now, not now. Carlton prom- 4".. '.. ',. _'_.. i\:,.! _
pers. The Telegraph has been credited with two squibs lately appointed Frank Drew as state ised to cut out all that political U .T't'" "
equalizer of taxes. The appointee footballing and surely you believe 'tiiT. ..
that should have gone to other ."
already has Issued circulars askingthe he has done so.-Tallahassee -- -.ioQ.- ,>"'-
o. exact assessment condition In State News.
Starke and Bradford county Ipst a worthy citizen in the each county and the value from an -0-
death of Postmaster N. B. Hull. His deeds of kindness and economic standpoint of every California! has a member on the '
Hoover farm IOR.ONE AND ALL
piece of farm land In the state for board and the gen-
charity work among the poor were not generally known, his the purpose) of putting Informationthat eral counsel of the board Is from

reward coming from the knowledge of a good deed done. is useful In the hands of coun- California.. Florida, competitorof
L : o ty tax assessors in Florida.-Titusville California, has-well, make a A-BANK OF SERVICE II
Star-Advocate. guess.-Starke Telegraph. For
Hillsborough county is showing its sympathy for the automobilists ---- once, the esteemed editor of the I

by assessing automobiles at 25 per cent of its f. o. We are proud to see the people Telegraph is wrong. Florida not A Bank that is consecrated to Service Service to artisan and I
of this fectlon interested in only got the first loan made by the .
b. price, less 33 1-3 per cent for each yeac's depreciation. A I
the raising of strawberries. It Farm Board but could have had a craftsman less than
no industry. Service; to the small depos-
new Ford roadster will pay a tax of $3.84 and a new Buick Is one of the best moneyed crops great deal more If it had had wise I

$10.24. that can be grown In this section leadership that could have taken itor who seeks to advice regarding investments., ,. And to the I
and keeps the ,land In good con- advantage of the opportunity so I
.. o- dition not only for this crop but freely offered by the Farm Board. farmer with his crop problems.
i The auction sale method of handling strawberries is not tor any' other that Is desired to Instead of hindering Florida the Ii I

'; r a new, untried scheme, but plan that has worked successfullyfor to plant. This land Is especially Farm Board told Floridians exactly II
years in Louisiana. It provides for disposal of every cup suited to truck growing of All how they could have had more. Labor Banks Here'
N kinds and we predict a great future Florida still may be able to get It, I
of berries a grower can produce and at prices to make it worth development. The farmersare if Us leaders show a real Instead of

"j while. interested in making a future a camouflage effort at getting to- I;

o for themselves and are looking gether. Lake Wales Highlander.o Our records show that hundreds of our depositors are workmen
ahead for better times. Baker ---- --
A few more ads by the Miller Tire' Company County Press.Newspaper. Heard a man say the other day .railroad men, builders, operatives, farmers and they have ,,
r in national publications on the "abrasive -roads of -o- that he had not paid his last two '
Florida" will popularize that brand of tire in Florida to suchan names frequently years taxes because theamount been our constant patrons for years. / I

extent that Miller dealers in this state will have to change :I mean nothing. There are the had been.Increased Ills not payIng I,
uil, Starke Telegraph and the High the first of the two years In-
their brand. Springs Telegram neither of creased the amount due for the
----o-- which prints telegraphic news. second year. Those who have BANK OF STARKE 'I
There Is the Ocala Danner which paid their taxes have paid increased II'
A new county high school building will be an absolute .
t has never appeared Star spangled. taxes to carry the delinquents,
necesity within the next two years. The present building is There are several Independentswhich and today there are more than AN HONOR ROLL BANK

now filled to capacity and it has been necessary to refuse admittance almost without exception, enough back taxes due on the city E. S. MATTHEWS. president R: J. DAVIS Cashierpfm :
to students 'certain grades this week. This condition adhere to firmly rooted Ideals on books to carry the city without .* ,
all subjects. And then In north tax levy of any kind fQr a full year. I
should not be allowed to continue.
Florida there are two The
I newspaper ones who are kicking up all


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