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 13, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:02402
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I fiA. Announces Important! MARKING OF Berry Growers Knight Says Co. Teachers' Association= i f 'jp,+ ';'1 II

Meeting At B._ H. S. Tonightri ROOFS URGED Meeting-- Called I. Fly Rules Hit Meets At Brooker Sept. 28 i : I t: I" '

I BY GOVERNOR New Products
('oollnl1tl'6 Net l)ato For Saliir
('Brent-Teachers' Association TESTINGLAW 3 O'tlork The program committee met In 1 k
Order 'I
( ,II i ihe Bradford County High I'mornlallnn In Statement Juwt. --.--- Tamp.m 1:\IM.'t... Ilviinn.ul of "'s'ge. Hearing v the county superintendent's office ", ;

c,'h i ".1 i will bold /a roost Importantand ON FERTILIZER ItNIH'U III.'.... In co-operation with the Miller tnhto Itiin. Sept. nth, and the following program 1 '.

,,mi-renting meeting In the au- Auction Co., of Hnmmond. La., all Waterway was arranged: ),' ,"#'

(dill",! ', im of the high school bulldt \ A complete system of roof markings rtrawberry growers and others Interested Washington Sept. 9.--After a The meeting will\ he held et" IiDrooker.

,t (r.riday evening, Sept. 13th at InjiH-tloii Sought to SIOI KH/uri* for air travel over Florida Is are requested\ and urged week of conferences with officials IiiglneeiwVill: ; 1 iivwt tlsno/; ( Plnii In I the nrookcr Junior "I: ,1>

I '" lock, urged upon nil communities of the to be present at a meeting to beheld here, Peter O, Knight of Tampa I'oi' 'anal at ?:Mwtln; High School building\ on Sept. 28, ; '4

\ Barents liavlng the educa- Florida '('ourts111 bo asked to state by Governor Carlton in a ut the court house in Starko Fla.. who Is In Washington In the 1929, beginning at 9:30-: :! () o'clock. I I ...

i ''II",, ,, interest of their children In decide whether the state legisla- statement issued here. Saturday September 14th, at 3 interests of various Industries In A public hearing lit connectionwith Devotional Ily Rev. Norris. 'j i. .

?,??! ire requested and urged to ture can compel fertilizer manu Assert.'!'ng that the state had abrlght p. m. Growers be sure and attend his home state said In a statement the preliminary examinationof Song American the Deiuitlfut. ,

Btt.n, ,,<";i School problems of vital facturers to reveal "trade secrets" I futnre" from the stand- this meeting as matters of vital today that a \proper understanding. the waterway from Cumberland First subjects to ba discussed, : \ ;

!lllel] -ji I are to be taken up, and a aa to the content of their product point of both commercial and !Importance to the successful marketing of I the federal lIedllerranel1lfly Soul'through Georgia and Florida Some of the practices of superior ; \ :

(cloBi'i' ,co-operation between teacher under penalty of seizure of the Pleasure flying the governor said' : of next crop of hurries will restrictions would permit many to the MlHslwHlppI river, authorized teachers. <.,

mid( patrons looking toward product. all cities\ desiring to be among the bo discussed and decided upon. varieties of Florida produce to be by an act of congress and First speaker Prof. L. II Futch j"' :

iht mutual benefits for all for pupils Injunction proceedings to restrain leaders In that field should take (Slngiied) Committee shipped\ out of the state. approved January 21. 1027 will twenty minutes in the.high school I 11

mil be urged. the commissioner of agriculture Immediate steps) to mark their 10nlltieR. ., 4 Knight told the Associated Press be held at the city hl\lIln Jacksonville section. ;; I I I' '

The program committee of the from seizing fertilizer ship ( lIe predicted that the Growers that there bad been much misunderstanding Monday October 21. Other Second speaker! Miss Minnie r!'
Berry Gruber minutes in elementary
local I' T A. has prepared a spen- ments that do not bear labels coming winter would see more of these restrictions. hearing on the examination be ;.

did program of music and enter- showing chemical content under a planes visiting the state.. lie Is continuing his conferences held In Now Orleans October 14, ouctlon. I II'j '' "
Meet SaturdayElsewhere Third speaker, Mrs. C. S. Laird, i" ,
ta'oment. law passed by the 1929 legislature, ( ive's Inr..rmntlouThe with agriculture department om- and In Mobile) October 16. \;
twenty minutes In the primary i '
Mrs )Fred ,fJooney, vlce-presl- are to be filed shortly by Arthur governor also' gaveInfor- clnla, Senators Fletcher and Tram- Mark Brooke senior member of section.( : 1

ot the National Congress ofF Y. Mllam Jacksonville attorneyand mation as to the proper markingsto In this issue In carried mel and others. t the board ot engineers, requests ,
dent Second subject to be discussed:
former member of the law- be made. of meeting of all Interested parties to be presentor l' : J'
'r A. will be the main speaker! an announcement a In his statement he explainedthat Self-Improvement and selfanulynU. -
ef tin evening enlightening us making body. Announcement of "Willie! many Florida cities and strawberry growers of BrAdford under existing quarantine to be repersented at the partic- .j .iI" "

of P. T. the proponed suit for Injunction towns have. either through: municipal seE by the committee appointed ular meeting which affects their .
along the various phases county regulations, "there are no restl'lclIolIs First speaker Mrs. D. L. Blackburn .1\\11\\
was made yesterday by Attorney enterprise or the work oft to arrange for such meetIng the state county, or city\ Oral arguments i .
governing t
wok whatsoever
A twenty minutes In high I ::
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lvlc placed roof mark- will be heard. hut for /aciiiracy :
committee General Fred It Davis. groups at tho time our citizens were /
nss of
in hospitality production( and shipment! vegetables ''U-liool Beet ion. ,r'1
t ii-ci$ b>: other members will be The law which will be effective 'ng; for air travel completion of I addressed by Lee 11. Miller of from Florida with the exception of record all Important Second speaker* Miss Eunice: t ;

social lialfh. October 1, would give the this work before the opening of Hammond La. Strawberry growers fnrts and arguments should bo ,4
l h,. PN during the. of tomatoes pppperu\ eggplants Perkins twenty minutes In elementary r
tho coming tourist season In imperative submitted In writing an. the records -
in'i which will bring to a close commissioner of agriculture power and all others Interested III and limn I and broad beuns." section. :
If the state Is to-take its ot t the lipar'ng will he fOI'-
to seize all fertilizer not meetIng this cosh crop of the county areurged
t enjoyable and profitable Third MHH! Leola
nil < CoilHldcl'H :Mixlllli'iitlon speaker, Fogg, j
requirements as to labels. proper place In aviation: ," the governor to be at I the county court- I waulod for cOllMl > ') (twenty mlnuttm In primary section. .
i said. "Florida has a bright The agriculture; department. he Hulled I I St:i(L's war department, habald. \ .
Pii, executive bonrd of the P. T. The fertilizer law Is one of several house Saturday at 8 p. m. Third subject to be discussed: :

A iml faculty of the Bradford acts of the 1929' legislatureto future both from a standpoint of I I Growers In the strawberry nectlons added, is now considering modification Written statements may he Jlalntnlti'ns order and illnclp- Ifl I I'J J'
bo attacked recently In the commercial and pleasure flying south of Starke are rapidly of the regulations BO as to handed to Mr. llrooko or malted ; : ,"
earnestly pleading
rboolare line. .
Hun::) courts. Among others are B-cent and nil cities desirous of being completing their arrangements for permit\ free movement of these products. beforehand to I he United States > .,.. .
tm v >ur attendance at this meet- ] First speaker, Mr. C A Harrison ;)J i
gasoline: tax law (In part) the law among: tho leaders In this new handling the next crop t through district' engineer 128 N. Forsyth twenty minutes In high school '

inv rho following program has taxing gasoline bought In whole- Held, should take Immediate steps the auction plan, some of the "Since no flies have Infested"any street Ja'I( onvllle. he added.( section 1 ti i

pale quantities the state husking to mark their localities. towns having already announcedtheir vegetables of any character, he Mihirooko requested that full\ ;
prepared for this meeting: Second speaker Miss Hlnnchenurgdoiff
been Community Singing; led by Mrs.A law and the law taxing and regulating "There Is no doubt but that .the organization; complete\ and sB.ll..I am of the opinion that the 'nfonnntlmi he submitted as to the twenty minutes in elem- 1, ;

operations of buses andtrucks coining winter will\ see more ready, wu'le thane remaining have agricultural; / department will finally nature\ and extent of Inprovemont
of !
I B Wall director public tary HOC!Ion.
hire. 1 planes visiting Florida and the announced their Intention of beg! decide that all vegetables are desired by local I Interests' I pnrtk'ii- .' ,
school music, Bradford High. for Third! epoiiker( Mrs, 1.. It. )Futch. :
: number will Increase according to ready before the next season.MAATKH non host find that I there should be lavly, as tn width, depth, locationof .- '
reading and prayer twenty minutes In primary section.Open .
Scripture : the work of the state In making itself o no restrictions of any kind against the iaiinel and of the local cooperation : -
Di 0 H. Lowry pastor Starke !\\IJOO: ( l'iNll: riuininroit \ dlscuB&lons on each subject
'rterlan church. PASSIVCJ SCHOOL nrs a suitable location for aviators. : : : (!HnWIltSBOI"I': the movement: of vegetables fromFlorida. expected.' In order that by the teachers. I
hrc ; I
AUTIIOVT riltST HTOPPIXfl) J .%U'TJ()" M.\llKiil.\l: ; PLAN ho board ot engineers may give
Solo vocal, selected-Mr. John There wl )l ba departmental\ ," :
i'omllllons, Vlgurt "K dornl\ rules ami! regulations proper. ('otiHlderutlnn tn i the quos-

I'nwoll accompanist, Miss Ethel Chapter 14B52-No. 70, of the I' "The selection of the building to Praelenton,-Sept.--4.The Mail effected Sept. 1 governing; (the I Con! of whether( or not the United question who box have each anulluiw;rUon' they all I'teudlors .

irrillln .be marked is largely a question of asHoclatton movement from )Florida\ of fruits Status would\ be jiiHtlfl0i! > In further $i ; ",
Reading, selected Miss Hazel) laws of 1929, relating to the passing lUau county growers' would\ like to have discussed! will r. "
local conditions and availability.The and vegetables, d'vliU'il the state lutlon t toward the provisionof l
buses while engaged / have voted co-operate with the
of school
Middleton! Instructor of expression please have rjueulions! In the box ;
essential points to be considered Into two arena, eradication and this I waterway Mr. Brooke coullnuoil. '
off children Miller Auctions Company, of Hammond "
letting :
Bradford High School, In taking on or by 10 o'clock 1 ,
the with which non-eradlrnUon. The following It la desired' that beat Internals \.;'
are ease In Florida
vehicles establishing
Address-Mrs. Fred Nooney,, by drivers of motor La.. 1 In The llrookor P. T. A. organization -
follows the roof can be seen from the air auction of sell1nFlorida /: counties me designated as eradication submit Information to show !
In substance as I the plan '
,jacksonville, first vice-president,, of any sort will serve refreshments to all '
I and the location of the building.The strawberries. Secretary areas: Hrevard, Citrus. Flag- t the liMe I hat would be made of the ; I
Florida National P. T. A.Community : teachers on this date and each ( j .
Congress root selected should be a Instructed tci, ler Hernamto, Hlllaborough\ Lake canal and the amount of Bavlni: '
singing: led by Mrs 1. That persons approaching a II. T. Den.JIettti08 teacher Is requested to be on hand f I' -
I situated. As Marlon Orango; Pasco Plnellas, transportation routs which !
vehicle transporting !- building permanently contract forms whereby
Wall) bus or other motor prepare and stay for the refreshments.: tl"8l1pt.
and when Seminole, Sumter, Vo- might accrue t herefl' lost rut ham,
especially Mana- .
from pllcrta of
Benediction-Dr. G, W. Raymond school children to or tho strawberry growers A. /trims will\ he given! 'i4 I'
seeking bearings, follow\ railroad alJlll te with the association I luslii and portions of Alarhua.Bradford -.--
Starke Baptist school while such bus or other vehicle tee county can whatever time he desires to speak
I'limvii pastor Is stopped and engaged in linen buildings adjacent to rail- In the handling of bel'rlesonly Clay. TJuval Levy Onceoln. B. H. S. vs. Alachua and parents on the bl1nE'flllthat ,t I !
always most desIrable Polk and St. Johns.! The rernllilld..r -
stations are wish to .
schoolchildren way In they do not '
Social half hour. taking on or discharging case can be derived from a P. T. A..
_. therefrom upon the roads > have other crops go 'through the of the state Is the non- A record ernwiliuj---- expected to organization tho I schools and the ':\ ,

to a full I "The presence of large quantities association chati,iels. t radical Ion area. ,I.'"
or highways must come attend the Hi's football /game on necessity of a county-wide P. T. A.organixtitoa J'
bus or motor of smoke, however, make a The !Manatee county Kr %wers' I'Vw Crop lUirii-d the :
Bus Act DecisionTo stop before passing the n. H. S. schedule when she over county. it 4'
vehicle. That such vehle-le or bus I building unsuitable as it reduces ; association Is the largest cooperative "Strawberries, w a t e rmelona meets the Alachua eleven Friday .- I '

"SCHOOL BUS" In plain letters I visibility. For this reason build- vegetable association In Flor pineapples and all nuts can be afternoon Sept. 13th. on (he home MIKTIMJ: : : oiIJOXD: TIIUMTKKH: I,; ,
Be DisregardedIn letters not less than live Inches in ings over which smoke hangs I. ida. ...., grown and shipped anywhere, and I field. Friday the thirteenth may ___ : I
designated by the should be' avoided. The railway --- throughout the United The board of bond trustees of ;
size, must be everywhere he an unlucky day for some but ;I
Other Cases word "SCHOOL BUS" must be station in many Instances lends' Itself KAItDKK: HKItltV MKN I' States. All vegetables ot every the It mil ford boys have never held Bradford county, Florida, met j f! ', -

on both sides and ends. Ideally to roof marking. .\HOrT11II.JoIt: : PI.AX kind and character, except peppers this suspicion and are certain that September 3rd In regular session l .

--of Circuit Judge 2. That any person failing to -.-1- tomatoes eggplants lima and ,tt there li a Jinx anywhere around with the following members! pros- ', "' '"

The decision of Jacksonville, comply with the Jaw shall be guilty 1II{ <:I'Iu<::-mSTS CLIENTS IS Wauchula, Sept. 9.-The Hardee broad beans, can be grown anywhere It will be perched on the Alachua en: O. Haynes, J. H. ItittiV.. E. 'Ii I

HoWitt unconstitutional T. Gray, the 1929 of a misdemeanor and if convicted elY COt'XTY: ; County Growers, Inc., local 1 cooperative In Florida and shipped at side. Torode, II. A. Weeks. Mr. Torode : "

holding fine of organization, and acted as chairman tern. Minutes 't': ;
the operation thereof shall pay a marketing any time anywhere everywhere following\ / Is the probable lineup pro i

legislative act regulating and trucks insofar not to exceed $300 or by Imprison- Senator E. M. Johns had two will operate under the Miller auction throughout the United as given by Coach Ihrlg Tues of the last meeting were read, ; .
of buses I. '
to private ment of not more than 90 days\ or busy days In county judge's courtat system when marketing strawberries States. day: and approved I 4
as the law applied Green Cove Springs Mondayand the coming season, according "Peppers and limes and broad Mr. lien Saxon requested Improvement 1' ,

carriers, will be disregarded by both.The law also states that persons Tuesday, representing clients to the announcement made by beans produced outside eradication Iiimnn George _____________ C. to road leading south i '

the Florida railroad commission as the vehicle must stay on charged with various offenses W. W. Gillette, secretary.The areas, and tomatoes and eggplants Ilrownlee, Milton ________ R. 0. from Hampton through his section. ., j"

It applied to the particular case! at driving side of road or street and ,the peace and dignity of association has accepted the produced anywhere In the Graham Hilly ____________ L. O.Sternberg The maintenance superintendent .- y :

bar, the commission anounced Saturday right against Hen __________ I,. T. -
must stop as near the curbing as Clay county. Fred Chesser, Miller system as explained here state may be authorized for movement was Instructed to make Investigation ;
head Robinson Lester Price ____ H. T. of and to the .
charged with larceny was freed last week by Lee R. Miller throughout United States same report pJ.!

The decision will not be regarded possible.If this law Is honestly observedby by jury, and the cane charging of Lee R. Miller Auction company, from Oct. 1 to June 15, other than ICdwariln. Coiner .,________ R. K. bOlrllat the next regular meeting.Mr. ;

as a precedent and the motor both the 'drivers of the school )Film Starling, Edgar Starling and of Hammond, La. Into southern and pacific coast! !Moore, Howard ____.'_____ L. K.Raymond. Dennison and !Mr.' Mersey 1 l

vehicle transportation companies) and of motor vehicles and Harold Starling with criminal trespass The hoard of directors of the local Iat" George ________ __ QH.McMillan were authorized to use old bridge t'' \ ,

will be expected to conform strictly busses themselves use a rea- resulted In a mistrial. A mls- cooperative organization held "Peppers and lima, and broad Glenn ___ __ L. II.Klcklltor lumber on discontinued! Hampton 'I''

to the terms and conditions laid the children amount, of caution, shouldbe "trlal also declared in the case meeting after Mr. Miller's visit,: beans, produced In the eradicationarea fluster __ __ ._,_ It. II.Orims and Hope Hall road to construct t! ]I :

down by the commission when op- sonable accidents such as have of Joe was Starling charged with havIng and voted unanimously to accept may be authorized for movement Dick _.___.__ __. ._ F.Ii.. bridges on road 2. : ::1j-

operating certificates were granted no and sorrow Into the rifle. the plan. only to the District of Columbia The maintenance superintend It :
announce brought grief a I :MILK DI\MKH\; : :MCHTOM'OltM : ;
them, the commission's school districts In -' .- The organization will handle includ'ng'! Potomac yards In ent was instructed to locate right I ;
of many -
ment said, until the supreme court homes years.-Mliton Gazette.flITl.'itNS berries for non-members the same Virginia and to destinations In the ( : TO XKW; : I.AW of way line on road from road 7 to } I Ithe

can the case. recent .\ OTIII.n: HULK STATION" Hole that Mr. Norman ri i! .
pass upon as for members It was stated. states of Maryland, Pennsylvania / It milk cups now being used 1
Numerous Inquiries have been HTAIIKK thereof purrl .h might move bin fence to :! + ,
: TO I and states north and east by milk dealers do not conform i.. 'I r
received at the commission regard Rumor has it that the Dutch PLANT (,ITOltO"'JoICS VOTKTO : Including shipments via any of to the now milk bottle law some that matnteance machinery, could !I '", ,

ing the procedure to be taken by D. Coburn who Shell Corporation has purchased HYSTMM; : countries. I make como Improvement to said '
Mr. and Mrs. A. ADOPT AUCTION: such states to foreign form, of temporary label may bo 'I t I. I
the bus and truck operators as a several weeks ago fora the holdings of the Texas bulk station "It will thus appear that with road I 't,
left Starke | devised which ran ba pasted on
re3ult of the decision. prospecting trip to Texas returned on Madison street from Plant City Sept. 7.-If refrigerator i exception of tomatoes, peppers, the cap until the supply of old Mr. Leon Conner requested some I .( I..
-.--- and report Messrs. Alexander and Lakey of broad improvement to road in his sec.
last Thursday express car service Is Inaug- eggplants and lima and raps are used ruled Attorney General f

COUNCIL SETS'' ;qILL.t.IThe that they could find nothing Waldo who built the plant to sup urated In Florida thin season as beans, there are no restrictions )o'redI.\ Davis as a result of tlon, however, same could not be ; ..1'done
west that looked as ply this terltory with Texas pro- the Interstate com- governing the production at this time owing to the: J1:
-' through the ordered oy whatsoever many letters. which have come to \
city council of the city ol good as this section. Crop conditions I ducts. The station has been completed merce commission, east IIl\1\ oor- and shipment of vegetablesfrom him from Florida dairymen. machinery being in some other ]. I
bad on account for several weeks but ow- will unit with part of the county. 'j' ;
are Florida.
regulal Texas county growers label
starke met Sept. 3rd., In In ough "Unless the temporary t
weather reported dlsagreemnt The routine bills were paid, and 1:
ing to a .i
session with all members present, of unseasonable and other producing areas In shipping! 1IIYlovO: Freely problem can be worked out," said tl
the the Texas Company the board adjourned to the next
Minutes of the last 'meeting were and hope of again entering Alexander and Lakey overa their product co-operatively thru "These rules and regulations the attorney general, "I find nothing

read and aproved. cattle business In that state wan disease Messrs.curtailment of their territory the the auction sales system in vogue are satisfactory as to tomatoes, It, the law which would warrant regular meeting., : t.l, tt :
employment the presence a for a number of years at Hammond the of agriculture -
by commissioner
After discussing the dashed and lima and
vaccinatingof station has never been opened.It pepper, eggplants TOIIN IN PODS: ; ;1 ;
of school police the council necessitating the learned in Gainesville La. This was decelded a broad beans but the agricultural to grant permission to any 1.1:

decided to pay $20 per month for all cattle' each spring. at Wednesday; was that the Shell Company meeting of growers here this afternoon department Is giving every consideration person. firm or corporation to dispense O. \V. Dyal of Graham, brought ) ; \>
ser will have apartments when a vote of those present milk not labeled In compliance M '
the maintenance of such police They until arrangements had practically closed the to modification of rules and a freak in the shape of fourteen < (f;I '
commute recommending :
home report
Scott approved a with the law.
vice. the Fred for taking deal for the station and their plans regulations so as to permit other i ears of corn attached to one common '
Plant iiBrtt
current year are completed that the present Letters have been received from
Mlllage for the
near included the building of one free stem to the Telegraph
taxes was fixed at 17. mills, divided over one of their*properties the /finest filling stations south of City Grower Association be the "Since the vegetable crop of : Florida dairymen and milk distributors Thursday morning. Around one
which the straw-
vehicle through from '
as follows: Starke. Jacksonville on the Madison street Florida amounts to approximately asking permission apparently normal ear of corn thir-

General fund, 8 mills. .A VISITOU side of the property, the route of berries would pass under the new the 50.000 cars annually,the foregoing I the attorney general to use all teen other smaller ears formed.

Road and bridge fund 3 mills. ANUKRWS state road 28, Lake City to Pa- system. Decision to accept Information Is of paramount Importance their present supply of milk caps resembling a bunch ot bananas
( Interest 1-2 mills. D Andrewsof auction plan came after long discussion the producers In Florida after the milk and cream law becomes -J
fund 4 Representative ; latka. No official report'has been to This corn was matured, the grainsof
Sinking fund 1 1.2 mills. business visitors and railroads and the distributing effective October 1. formed
; Ralford, was a made on the sale however the each ear being fully
Total mills 17. Starke Monday. Mr. Andrewsis transfer of the property has not agencies> and consumers of The new law requires. that the Mr. Dyal has hopes ot crossing this -

Bills amounting to the following to anxious to have work started been recorded. hUTS IIAXKUUPT HTOCKtt I the United States generally." name of the distributor of the milk variety of corn with beans next -

were* ordered paid: general the state farm road and an- and Its! orlg'natlon! shall be printed year, and wit place a ready-mixed .
on C. II. McN'ulty has purchasedthe I the milk bottle label.
fund $514.63 road and bridge willingness to devotehis on succotash the market.
nounced his PIUKJRIHSIN: stocks of the Rogers' JU'IT\I: i
fund $150.00 waterworks fund sessions of STRIKT: : WORK bankrupt .
streets time to attending such 6-and-10c Stores In Starke and I JSF.U'.: HTOIIH.: OPKNM: Is"
until OF THA.MCH
l.io.00, Madison and Water bodies CAUI
the governing constructing the con Wildwood and following the Under auspice of the Woman'sMissionary
of Work on
Improvement $383.98.The lie is also --
fund have openeda
accomplished The J. & It Stores
was curb and gutters through the death of Mr. N. D. Hull also acquired Society of the Methodist -
meet along crete the kind friends
council adjourned to that counties branch store in the building We thank many
the opinion of road 28 going and the entire stock of church Miss Hazel Middleton
route ,
September 17th. of road 28 should not town on formerly occupied by the Rogers who so lovingly assisted and gaveus
the route the rain allows, considerable goods from Hull's Department will give a recital on Friday evening -
.-. their efforts to secure ahead as S-and-lOc store and will carry a their sympathy in our sad bereavement (j
let down of the roadas time having been lost since Store. Mr. McNulty has rearranged the 20th. at eight o'clock at In the' passing of oarhuaband.
completion of goods, hoes and ready-
IiI DE.RGAnTJoX V.fl.1* OPEN the early planned the present work: first started on account of the Hull store and has the Woman's Club building. Miss line dry The stock has been brother and uncle.
originally assisted by talented to-wear.
will be
downpours. The curb- placed thestocks from the three Mlddleton
the heavy HULLMRS. -
MRS. N. R.
ends appearing Mr. B.
the two and the manager,
-wIn.' S. F. Hamrlck advises that hook-up at the Intention of ing Is now nearly complete from stores therein. The business will musicians and the recital Is placed his opening for JAY BROWN -,

abe will return to Starke in time as though It was allow Its final Court street to the western city be conducted from this store with anticipated with much pleasure. Jacobs. aonounces WESLEY'STEARNS. .

to open her kindergarten dassss the department to limits. Mr. McNulty In charge. Admission, 20 and 35 cents. Saturday

\ at her home Monday, Sept. 23rd. ,completion to drag.:


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I 11 p. T. A. Announces Important MARKING OF Berry Growers Knight Says Co. Teachers' Association "f 1'' "::


Meeting At B. H. S. Tonight...... ROOFS URGEDBY Meeting Called Fly Rules Hit Meets At Brooker Sept. 28 I $itt( \ ,,'r '

GOVERNOR New Products < W !
Th Parent-Teachers' Asaocla Committee, Meta l)nlt" For Muur( +lay I '\ f

lion ar> the' Bradford County High TESTING LAW -- :il O'tl.xk Order Tho program committee met In t I } ,

SrhoUI will hold a most Importantand t-'utoni .\i'lot ion 'In Statement Just --.-- Tampon] K\HXt:: Removal of 1'e I'o Hearing v the county superintendent's office ''i+t. '

interesting meeting In the auditor ON FERTILIZER Isaijed' II 1<'!'<% In co-operation with the Miller table linn, i Sept. Gth and the following: program r. r I'' $}
Auction Co., of llnmmond. La. all For'VatenvayI Jo 1 '
ira of the high school, buildIng was arranged: 1i j '
Friday evening, Sept. 13th alock. Ifljtu-tloil A complete ;system of root markings r.trawberry growers' and others Interested Washington Sept. !9.-After a : --.-- The meeting will be held at 'I ; "

i, ,,',- Sought to Slop( Seizure for air travel over Florida Is are requested and urgedto week of conferences with officials I Engineers Will InvoMtlgnto flan Brooker, lit (lie Ilrooker Junior ,l'' j.. '
urged upon all communities of the be present] at a meeting to beheld of Tampa. High School building on Sept. 28, "
parents having the educa- 'I'ou"'rtjjl here, Peter 0 Knight Fur! ( ''"ltl at ;Aicellug I ,
AI interest of their children in Florida be asked to stale by Governor Carlton In a at the court house' in Starke Fin. who Is Washington" In the 1929, beginning at 9:30: o'clock 4
daiia decide whether the state legislature statement Issued Saturday, September 14th, at 3 '
requested: 'and urged to Interests of various industries In A public hearing lit connection Devotional Uy Rev. Norris. \. ;"
mUlCt.II'e i School problems of vital I can compel fertilizer manu Asserting! that the state lied< a p, m. Growers be sure and attend his home state, said In a statement\ with the preliminary examinationof Song American the Deautlful. : ;1 1
attend facturers to reveal "trade secrets" "bright future" from the standpoint this meeting as matters of vital understanding First subjects to be' discussed: i I
are to be taken up, and a today that a proper the waterway' from, Cuml'rlandSoun'd : {
Interest as to the content of. their product of both importance to the successful mar- 4
co-operation between teach commercial and of the federal Mediterranean flyrestrictions ,"through; Georgia and Flor- of the practices of suner- ,
dos)and' patrons, looking towardthe under penalty of seizure of the pleasure flying the governor said keting of next crop of berries will would permit many ida to the Mississippi river authorIzed lor teachers. I'' ,,,7,

ers mutual benefits for all for pupils product. all cities desiring to be among the be discussed and decided upon varieties of Florida produce to be by an act of congress and First speaker Prof. L. II. Fetch I t ; ';'a t
Injunction proceedings to restrain leaders In that field should take (Slngned) Committee out of the state. twenty minutes In the high school
will be urge shipped approved January 21, 1927 will i "d';'
the commissioner of agrIcul- Immediate steps to mark their lo- Knight told the Associated Press be held at the city hall In Jacksonville section. 1 u r ,.
The program committee of the ture from seizing fertilizer ship- calities. lie predicted that the I Second speaker, Miss Minnie "
Growers Hint there had been much misunderstanding Monday, October 21. Other ]
local P T A. has prepared a spen- ments that do not bear labels coming winter would see more Berry Gruber, twenty minutes In elementary
hearing the examination will beheld
of these restrictions. on
did program of music and entertainment showing chemical under I state, '
content a planes visiting the I section. ,
in Now Orleans October 14
lIe Is continuing his conferences ,
: law passed by the 19291egielature, (BvcInfoMlIatl"n Meet SaturdayElsewhere with agriculture: department ofll- and In Mobile October 16. Third speaker, Mrs. C. S. Laird f'. 121

Mrs Fred Mooney, vicepresident are to be flied shortly by Arthur The governor also Rave 'Infor- dais Senators Fletcher and Tram- Mark Brooke, senior member of twenty minutes l In the primary !iI' :

of the National Congress of Y. Mllam, Jacksonville attorneyand mation as to the proper markingsto In this Issue Is carriedan mel and others. the board ot engineers requestsall section.

p T A., will be the main speaker former member of the law- be made. announcement of a meeting of Interested parties to be presentor Second subject to be discussed' : ff' ,
enlightening making body. Announcement of "While Florida cities and In his statement, he explainedthat Self-Improvement self-
of the evening, us many strawberry growers of Bradford to be repersented at the particular aid i
along the'' various phases of P. T. the proposed suit for Injunctionwas towns have, either through; municipal county: set by the committee appointed under existing quarantine meeting which affects their analysts J s j '"j

A work. made yesterday by Attorney I ( enterprise or the! work of to arrange for such meeting regulations, "there are no restrictions the- state, county, or city. Oral arguments (First speaker Mrs. D L. Blackburn

Th hospitality committee ass General Fred II. Davis civic groups, placed roof mark- at the time our citizens: were whatsoever governing; of will be heard, but for ac- twenty minutes in kd 1 ,:
fed' by other members, will be The law, which will be effective !ng for air travel completion of addressed by Lee H. Miller of production and shipment vegetables ;
hi ''Ies during the social lialfhoin ) October I, would give the this work before the opening of Hammond, La. Strawberry growers from Florida with the exception farts and arguments should be Second speaker, JIIss\ Eunice t ,

ttlilch will bring to a close commissioner of agriculture power the coming tourist season is Imperative and all others Interested.. in of tomatoes, broad peppers beans eggplants ; ;"- submitted In writing us' tho records Perkins, twenty. minutes In elem- I'' 1 k

a miit( I enjoyable and profitable to seize< all fertilizer not meet- if the state 'Is to-take Its this cash crop of the county are and lima and of I the hearing! will be forwarded outcry section i ,')

e"IIIII." : > Ing requirements as to labels. proper place In aviation: ,"" the /governor urged to 1>e at the r county courthouse t'oiifildri-H MiMltflrutlou.. for roiiHldorutlon to the Third speaker! MSK! Lenin Fogjr, i ',:a.

TJI i xecutlve board ot the P. T, The fertilizer law Is one of several saId "Florid t has a bright! Saturday at 3 1'. m. The agriculture department, hoadijocl I( United States war department' lie twenty minutes in primary section. 1, .

A anil faculty of the Bradford 'altoekede 1929 legislature future, both anodmle standpoint of I I Growers In the strawberry sections i Is now ronslderlng moillll- eald. Written statements may be Third subject to bo dlncusned: ,

High School are earnestly pleading to bo \ recently In the commercial flying south of Slnrke are rapidly eaten: of the regulation's s 0at 1o handed to Al r. Brooke or mailed Jlalntulii'ns order and discip;;, f I '.r.t

for your attendance at this meet- courts. Among others are fi-cent and all cities desirous of being completing their arrangements for permit freo movement of these products beforehand' to the United States line j # '. s'

lir- gasoline! tax law (In part). the law among/ the leaders In thin new tht'ouglhandling \ t district engineer, 128 H. Forsyth 1"lrllt speaker) Mr.) C. A. Harrison i I, \ .""; "I}

Tho following program has taxing gasoline bought in whole- field, should take Immediate stepsto the auction plan some of the "Since no flies have Infested any street Jacksonville he added. twenty minutes In high school ,

been prepared for this meeting: pale quantities the state baskinglaw mark their localities towns having already announced vegetables of any (character" he Mr. Ilrooke requested that full section, ) : "..t' II

Community Singing; led by Mrs. and the law taxing and regu- "There U, no doubt but that the their organization complete and sa'd! "I am of the opinion that the ''nformatlon submitted as to the Second speaker Miss Blanche ,'':'(, ''1'1

A E Wall, director of public! lating operations of buses and coining winter will' pee more ready, wh'le! those remaining have agricultural department will fin- nature and extent ot Inprovement riurgdorft, twenty minutes in elem- ii \ : ::

school music, Bradford High. trucks for hire planes visiting Florida and the announced their Intention of being: ally decide t that all vegetables are desired by local Interests, particularly tary section ''jl j ,, .'f
Scripture reading and prayer number will Increase according to ready before the next season non host and that there should be ns to width, depth, location Third speaker| Mrs,, L. II. Fut b, 'Ii'I, ',j..

Pr C II. Lowry, pastor Starke lOlO: ( F1XH: PROVIDM: the work of the state In making itself o no restrictions of any kind against; of the channel and of the local rocperatloix twenty minutes primary section : ':

Frt byterlan church. FOIL PASSIMJ "; ('11001. lll'S a suitable, location for avia :MAXATKI1; iltO\VUH!: AOOI'T the movement of vegetables from expected. In order that Open dlacuHBlona on each, sub- ;,t 1 '< '

Solo vocal, selected-Mr. John 1VITIf )t'T MUST STOPPING; tors. .1 'TIO. ;.M.AHKMTIMJ\ : iPradenton j PLAN Florida." the bontd of engineers may give Joe by the teachers.Thero 1

Powell: accompanist Miss Ethel: (Condition Figure "Kcdernl\ I rules and regulations/ / proper consideration to the quos-) will\l be a departmental f' I''I"'I"

GrIffin Chapter 14562, No. 70, of the "The selection of the building to Sept 4.--Tlio Manatee effectud Sept 1, governing: time tOn! of whether or not the United question box each i jctlon all .

Reading, selected Miss Hazel laws of 1929, relating to the pass- .be marked Is largely a question of county growers' association: movement from Florida. of fruits Slates would\ be Justin(> In further t teachers who have qu, allon8 they ,u '

M'ddleton' Instructor of expression Ing of school buses willie engag- local conditions and availability. have voted to co-operate with the and vegetables' divided: the state action: toward the provision would lllia to have discussed will ,4

Bradford High School ed In taking on or letting off chil- The essential points to be considered Miller' Auctions Company, of Ham Into two areas, eradication and I of this waterway, Mr. lirooke continued please have ueulions! In the box ,r: ('

Address-Mrs. Fred Nooney, dren by drivers of motor vehiclesof are the ease withwhich mond, La., In establishing* In Florida non-eradication.! The following I It H desired," that local Interests by 10 o'clock. 'i!if
Jacksonville first vice-president, any sort In substance as fol- the root can be seen from the air the auction plan of selling counties are designated<< as eradication : submit; Information to show I II The nrooker P. T. A. organization -

Florida Congress'National P. T A lows: and the location of the building. Florida strawberries Secretary areas: u'revard, Citrus, Flag- I the use that would be made of the will serve refreshments to all ,

Community singing: l led by Mrs 1. That persons approaching a The root selected should be a II. T. Benjiett :"was! instructed to ler.I1enlando, IIIllaborouKh, Lake, canal and tbe amount of saving: teachers' on this date and each 'i; j

Wall. bus or other motor vehicle transporting building permanently situated. As prepare contract forms whereby Marlon, Orange PascoPlnellas, In I transportation. costs' which teacher I IH requested to ba on hand ? tt J: '

BenedIction-Dr. O.V.. Ray- school children to or from pilots, especially lost and when the strawberry growers of Manatee Putnam, Seminole, Sumter, Vo- might accrue' therefrom. and stay tor the refreshments I j c ,

mond, pastor Starke Baptist school while such bus or other ve- seeking bearings, follow railroad county can affiliate with the association 1 u,sin and portions of Alachua Supt. A. .Grlflls will be given "

church. hicle Is stopped and engaged In lines buildings adjacent to railway In the handling of berries Bradford Clay, Duval, Levy Osre- B. H. S. Alachua whatever time he desires to speak\ f it

Social half hour. taking on,or dlsoharirfnar schoolchildren stations are always most de- only In case they do not wish to ola, Polk and St Johns The remainder vs. and parents on the benefits that i:' 1
roads sirable. in tho can be derived from a P. T A., rt
the of the state non-
4 therefrom, upon have other crops go 'through the -
A record crowd Is expected to organization la the schools and the r
or highways, must ome to a full "The presence of large quantities association channels. eradication area '
bus motor of smoke, however, make a attend the first football game on necessity a county-wide P. T. A. !lt i:f1 I i I
Bus Act DecisionTo stop before passing or The Manatee county grdwers'association I'Vw ('rop nit I'M'II '
vehicle. That such vehicle or bus building unsuitable as It reduces Is the the It. Ii. S, schedule when she orgunlzat'on over the county. : i'
largest cooperative
"Strawberries .w a t e (melons! meets the Alachua eleven ) .--- :, I
For this build- !
letters visibility reason '
Be DisregardedIn "SCHOOL BUS" In plain vegetable association In FlorIda pineapples and all nuts can be AiIil: ;TINi Ol- nOSH TKUHTKICHThe :
afternoon Sept, 13lh on the home i
which smoke
letters not less than live Inches in Ings over hangs and Ii' y a '
and shipped anywhere
grown field the thirteenth --
: Friday
the should be' avoided. The railway .
be designated by
must 4
Other Cases size HUS" must be station In many Instances lends Itself everywhere,throughout the United be an unlucky duty for some but board of bond trustees of t I
word "SCHOOL iiAicnin: : BERRY: MKX
Ideally to roof marking. States. All vegetables' of every the Bradford boys have never held Bradford county, Florida, met :' t ; 1
-- on both sides and ends. to -.-,- ADOPT MlLLUll: PLAN kind and character, except peppers this simpleton( ( and are certain that September 3rd, In regular session H'I' ) '
The decision of Circuit Judge 2. That any person falling tomatoes' eggplants, lima and If there 13: a jinx anywhere aroundIt with the following members pros- l\'j y I t 9.1'' ,

DeWItt T. Gray, of Jacksonville, comply with the law shall be guilty RKPRKHKNTH: :! : CMKXTM IV Wauchula, Sept. 9.-The Hardee broad beans, can be grown any- will be perched on the Alachua en: O. lUynes, J, II. Ultch, \V. E. 5. I

holding unconstitutional the 1929 of a misdemeanor and If con- ('1.\\ ('OI.TXTY' County Growers, Inc., local cooperative where In Florida and shipped at side. Toroda, It., A. Weeks Mr. Torode : if'if'I'

legislative act regulating the op- victed thereof shall pay a fine of marketing organization, any time, anywhere and everywhere I :Following Is the probable lineup acted as chairman pro tern Minutes I S

eration of buses and trucks Inso- not to exceed $300 or by ImprIson- Senator E. M. Johns had two will operate under the Miller auc- throughout the United as given by Coach Ihrlg Tues ,of the last meeting were read, jl ,I

far as the law applied to private ment of not more than 90 days or busy days In county judge's courtat tion system when marketing straw- States. I day: und approved( i 'k (
carriers, will be disregarded by both.The Green Cove Springs Mondayand berries the coming season, accordIng "Peppers and limas and broad Mr. Den Saxon requested Improvement ,; ?/t 1

the Florida railroad commission as law also states that persons Tuesday, representing clients to the announcement made by beans, produced outside eradIca- Inman George _____________ C. I to road leading south ,f )'' > '

It applied to the particular case at driving the vehicle must stay on charged, with various offenses W. \V. Gillette, secretary tion areas, and tomatoes and eggplants Brownlee, Milton ________ II, (1. I From Hampton through his section. \ I ,

bar, the commission anounced Sat- right side of road or street and against the peace and dignity of The association has accepted the produced anywhere In the Graham, Hilly ____________ L. O. The maintenance superintendent t "

urday, must stop as near the curbing as Clay county. Fred Chesser, Miller system as explained here state may be authorized for move- Sternberg, Hen __________ L. T. was Instructed to make Investigation 'f'" ,

The decision will not be regarded possible.If charged with larceny, was freed last week by Lee It. Miller head ment throughout United States Robinson, Lester Price ____ H. T. of tame and report to the It1ti"! \ ,

as a precedent, and the motor this law is honestly observedby by jury, and the case charging of Lee R. Miller Auction company, from Oct 1 to June 15, other than Edward, Comer _________ R. K. board at the next regular meeting. \ '

vehicle transportation companies both the 'drivers of the schoolbusses Film Starling Edgar Starling and of Hammond. La. Into! ,southern and pacific const Moore, Howard __________ L. K. Mr Dennison and Mr. Hersey t 1 .

will be expected to conform strictly and ot motor vehicles, and Harold Starling with criminal trespass The board of directors of tbe local states Raymond. George ________ QH. were authorized to use old bridge & '

to the terms and conditions laid the children themselves use a reasonable resulted In a mistrial. A mistrial cooperative organization held "Peppers and lima and broad !McMillan, Glenn _______.. L. II. lumber en discontinued Hampton 1 \ I

down by the commission when op- amount of caution should was also declared In the case meeting after Mr. Miller's visit, beans, produced: In the eradicationarea 1 Klcklltcr, liiiHter __ _____ It, II. and hope Hall road, to construct I! '

operating certificates were granted be no accidents such as have of Joe Starling, charged with havIng and voted unanimously to accept may be authorized for move- Grime, nIck _______.__,___ F. .IJ.MI bridges on road 2. 1

them, the commission's announce- brought grief and sorrow Into the a rifle.AXOTHKIl. the plan. ment only to the ]District of Columbia The maintenance superintendent > i
homes of many school districts in The organization will handle In i,ic I I"UUI'IICoIT: : ; !
ment said, until the supreme court Including Potomac yards was I Instructed to locate right "
tau pass upon the case. recent years.-Milton Gazette. berries for non-members the sameas Virginia and to destinations In the TOM-OHM) TO 'KW: LAW of way line on road from road 7 to :, ; :
.nl'II\ '
Numerous Inquiries have been _-. KTAIIKK- for members it was stated. states of Maryland, Pennsylvania If milk caps now being used the Scout Hole that Mr. Norman tt t ", 'f' '
regard- RETURNS: TO I 4 north and east thereof parrIsh might move bill fence to nt 'i
and states
received at the commission Rumor has It that the Dutch by milk: dealers do not conformto r
Ing the procedure to be taken by D. Coburn who Shell Corporation has purchasedthe PLANT CITY HIIOWKIIM: VOTH. Including shipments via any of the now milk bottle law name that malnteanco. machinery could I ; .
a Mr. and TO DOIT AUCTION MVHTPM; such states to foreign countries."It make some Improvement to said ,
the bus and truck operators as : ).
Starke several weeks ago fora holdings of the Texas bulk sta- form of temporary label may be ; r j t
result of the decision. left Texas, returned tion on Madison street from will thus appear that with devised which can be pasted on road r'
prospecting Thursday trip to and report Messrs. Alexander and Lakey of Plant City, Sept 7.If refrigerator exception of tomatoes, pepper, the cap until, the supply of old Mr. Leon Conner requested some "" 'j'i4:j ,\ '
CCOUNCIL last express car service is Inaug- eggplants and lima and broad improvement to road in his section j ;:) '
find nothing Waldo, who built the plant to supply caps ara used, ruled Attorney General "
HETH iIILLtGEThe that they urated In Florida this season as beans, there are no restrictions however, same could not be
Fred II. Davis result of !
Texas a
that looked as this terltory with products as i tr'
through the west ordered oy the Interstate com- whatsoever governing the production done at this time owing to the /
which have
loiters to
of con- The station has been com- many come
city council of the city good' as this section. Crop commission east Iltllsbor- machinery being In other
merce and shipment of vegetables him from Florida some :t':
bad on ac- pleted for several weeks: but owing -
starke met Sept. 3rd., In regular ditions In Texas are between ough county growers will unit with from Florida. "Unless the temporary label part of the county r. t
weather to reported dlsagreemnt -
session with all members present count of unseasonable a other producing areas in shipping Move Frefljr be worked said The routine bills were paid, and d 1; J
the the Texas Company and problem can out
Minutes of the last meeting were and hope of again entering their product cooperatively thru the board adjourned to the next 0
in that state was Messrs. Alexander and Lakey overa "These rules and regulations the attorney general, "I find nothing t f
and business
aproved. cattle the auction sales system In vogue regular meeting.:
dis- of their territory the tomatoes, Ih the law which would war- I' ,
After the employ the presence of a curtailment are satisfactory as to lj'
discussing dashed by for a number of years at Hammond --.-
has never been opened. and lima and rant the commissioner of agricul- i
vaccinatingof station
council the peppers, eggplants
ment of school police the ease necessitating La. This was decelded at a OILS i.v rout '
decided to pay $20 per month for all cattle each spring. i It was learned In Gainesville meeting of here this after- broad beans, but the agricultural ture to grant permission to any -, f (I'r'f\' \
the maintenance of such police ser They'will have apartments at Wednesday that the Shell Com- noon when a vote of those present department Is giving every consIderation person, firm or corporation to dispense O. W. Dyal of Graham, brought { '; '
until arrange- had practically closed the to modification of rules and milk not labeled In compli- f'(
vice. the Fred Scott home pany approved, a commute report recommending a freak in the shape of fourteen J ,Pl"'j 1
for taking deal for the station and their plans regulations so as to permit other ance with the law,
Millage for the current year ments are completed that the present Plant ears of corn attached to one common .. : {!
taxes mills divided of theIr properties near Included the building of one of Free movement. Letters have been received 'from stem to the office t//
was fixed at 17. aver one : City Growers' Association be the Telegraph ; i j
stations south of of Florida dairymen and milk distributors 't-ti
the finest filling "Since the vegetable crop '; \"
: Thursday morning. Around one
as follows: Starke. vehicle through which the strawberries !;
__ the Madison street asking permission from ')
Jacksonville on amounts to approximately
General fund, 8 mills. : would pass underthe new Florida apparently normal ear of corn thlr't'' .' t '
ASIHUWoI1SlTon side of the property, the route of annually the foregoing the attorney general to use all
: 50.000 cars \
Road and bridge fund 3 mills. : system. Decision to accept the teen: other smaller ears formed : r 1 (
state road 28, Lake City to Pa- Information Is of paramount Importance their present supply of milk caps
Interest 4 1-2 mills. I discussion resembling a bunch of bananas. ,tiF I ,
fund A. Dt Andrewsof auction plan came after long t I"
and Taw becomes
Representative 'bag been after time cream -
latka. No official report to the producers In FlorIda -
; Sinking fund, 1 1-2 mills. visitorsto I This corn was matured, the grains t: jl
RaIford, was a business however and effective October 1. ;
, Total mills 17. made on the sale, I. ., the railroads and the distrib- of each ear being fully formed 'i
Andrewsis ,
Starke Monday. Mr. transfer of the property has not uting agencies; and consumers of The new law requires that the
following Mr. Dyal has hopes of crossing this
Bills the
amounting to work startedon IIUYH IlAMKIlUrT STOCKS \
to have ct the distributor of the milk y
anxious name '
been recorded. the United States generally.
'general variety of corn with beana next ,
were ordered paid: the state farm road and an- .-.- and Its origination! shall be printedon J\'Io,I
fund $514.63 road and bridge nounced his willingness to devotehis C, II. McNulty has purchasedthe the milk bottle label.NKW year, and wll place a ready-mixed, II '

fund $150.00 waterworks fund time to attending sessions of ,i STREET; WORK riWXJHKHHIXO; bankrupt stocks of the Rogers RK:
125.00, Madison and Water streets bodies until such S-and-lOc Stores In Starke and : HTOIIK OI'KNS: .
improvement fund $383.98.The the accomplished. He Is also of Work on constructing the con- Wlldwood. and following the Under auspices of the Woman's C'AIUl OF THANKS i f I .

council adjourned to meet was that counties along crete curb and gutters through the death of Mr. N. B. Hull also acquired Missionary Society of the Methodist The J. & II. Stores have openeda h

: September 17th. the opinion ot road 28 should not town on route of road 28, going and the entire stock of church Miss Hazel MIddleton branch store in the building We thank the many kind friends v;' il
I the route the allows consId- Friday evening formerly, occupied by the Rogers who so lovingly assisted and gave 'fI !
their efforts to secure ahead as rain goods from Hull's Department wUl 1 Rive a recital on
let down In been lost since o'clock, at S-and-lOe store, and will carry a us their sympathy in our sad b. )4) f'i .
I completion of the roadas erable time having Store. Mr. McNulty has rearranged ;, the 20th, at eight 1
KINDERGARTEN WALL OI'EXMrs. the early planned, the present work first ,started on account of :I ,the Hull store and has the Woman's Club buildIng Miss line of dry goods, shoes and ready- reavemont in the passing of our t 'if

' originally the two ends appearingas the heavy downpours. The curbIng placed thtr stocks from the three Middleton will be assisted by tal- to-wear. The stock has been husband, brother and uncle. ,:, ;'
S. F. Hamrlck advises that hook-up at recital Is placed and the manager Mr. D. MRS. N.. D. HULL 'I "
It was the Intention of Is now nearly! complete from stores therein. The business will ented musicians and the t"
she to will return to Starke in time though to allow Us Anal Court street to the western city be conducted from this store with anticipated with much pleasure. Jacobi, announces his opening for MRS. JAY'S. BROWN i'I I
. open her kindergarten classes the department and 35 cents. Saturday WESLEY' STEARNS. .,J
. limits. Mr. McNulty In charge. Admission, 20 r"
to drag. .
at :her home Monday, Sept. 23rd. completion I ; ,
t ( ( in:'

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r't'r TWO nrtAnronn COUNTY TrxiionArn/ sTinrcB, FLORIDA VUIIV, SEPTEMiU: ; 1.1LAWTEY 111:11:
l' ._ __ __ ___ ____ ____u______.___ _. __ __ u__ ____ ____u -- _n __u -- ----- ---- --- .
: -- - --- -- -
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children of Dover, wore their guest: ) :! 1 Thursday ovoningHov CLIENTS OF DEFUNCT COMPANY : I.' court that under tho ,
.0..00.00001a..C1001000 ., ,. n --?-- ...9. wc x\rw ,
tin'lr stator Mrs" Schollle: Rosi Dixon, pastor of the First" MUST; PAY ASHHSHMIJATTH: whereby the< ineuranc< "

: : i i I" last wiek.Mr Christian. church here will fill his I wero issued the subuciiln-i,
\ and Mrs. C. A. Pringle and] roKUlur/ ) appointment next Sunday Oi'ii.Htlc Com.I Order, ])('nullldIIlKI'ollr"rnr themselves to conlributi, L.'. ''I,
''I ir *.........*.**.6.****** children spent Sundry here with morning and even:njf. l'u1I\'nt Illustrates! I Basements debts.

', The many friends of Mr Dennis- iplai yes M'" and( Mrs W. O. nenmsuTui;; ;; That Cheap Iimurnnco/ Is. Not While: Jit-reiver Abckun, ]J.

Taylor of Jacksonville, will bi t. Mrs. Ed Rodgers: and children Hawthorn, WHO visiting\ friends Gaud J! | Insurance,, I publicly outlined x lila t r ,

? grieved to learn of her death of Waycross are visiting. relatives here! taut Sunday. letting the $250,000 oramu, i
; which occurred at her home Sunday e > gyp' here Master L., A. and Ilobbio and Circuit Judge Moses N. Sale of the Missouri polieylioldert- "I>
t morning Sept 8th. after an' 41'v Mr and Mrs. Allle Peele and Marjorie Johns and Misses Cara- St. Louts, Mo., on July 12 ruled Federal Automobile Insuuusoclution ,

//r, extended illness. f : r children of Ohio, were the guests way,:and Stanley attended the pic- that, the 18,000 Mlssouilana who It is certain that hoverlook ,
D Peele last held( policies in the defunct Fed-
of Mr and J no move to ,
'W?i$ Mrs Taylor was a native of South ture show at Starke last Saturday man ,
a' week eral Automobile Insurance Associ- payment by the MUsourlmih,
Carolina, but lived In Lawtey evening. i 1"" ,
a to Mrs. J. T. Rains of Madison, ation of Indianapolis, a cut-rate dally able to come across "
before moving
number of
years has
Miss Altha Illcks! who been
I with reciprocal insurance organization,
Thursday ot last week the assessment
required 01 ,
Jacksonville three She II" ,
years ago. "
1 Mrs Schellle visiting her sister, Mrs. Paul of must pay extra assessments for I he Is
: her granddaughter Abegen an attorney and
was a member of the Long Branch South Florida, returned to her a :n !'
1924, 1925, 1U26 an
Ros'er. years ber of a law office that In not, i
4J: + Baptist church where tier funeralwas 'r': I
; home here last
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp and Saturday. equal to the annual yearly premIums Its legal efficiency! and It Is
held at 11 o'clock Monday ;I''
F\ Prof and Mrs. L. II. Futch and
for each of those
M children, spent Sunday afternoon years. able that If the necessity arlm
morning Rev W S. Stalvey, pastor Lr
Mr, and Mrs.\ Roberts of Lawtey,
of the Norwood Baptist church r with B E. Rosier and mother. St. Augustine and DaytonaBeach In BO doing the court has once dividual attachments will bt, h". ,"i

a., officiating. Besides her husband, Dr. Brown of Lawtey was a pro- visIted last Sunday and report a more brought home to insurance' with the Recorder of |i, ,"i I\
l s'' fit''' Dennis Taylor, she Is survived by fessional visitor to Evergreen outing buyers forceably that cheap insurance against the property!! holdim "I,,
four daughters, Mrs. Gene Rhoden Thursday of last week. pleasant is not cheap. It is consideredthe the policyholders in the drI< i ,",
Futch Is
Mrs. E. D. visiting
x of Ralford, Mrs. Mae Ebersold of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Peele and most dractic court order af Indiana reciprocal. Eastern, 1 "
brother, E. P. Johnson, of IU1-
and fecting
South Jacksonville, Miss Cora Taylor daughter, Mrs. Ed Rodgers an insurance organizationever derwrlter.
ford this week.
,; at home Mrs Myrtle Austin of daughters, were visiting friends -tt ,? issued In Missouri and was .
l I Lawtey four Hardy, and here Sunday made at the request of Rodowe II.Abeken .
t' + sons Jacksonville Tenth1",?, '
Iqi Leonard Taylor of Lawtey Robert B. E. Rosier.and Leslie McClel- NNONN..NNON..ONti Missouri, receiver for the
ft Market and Self Service ,
lan were business/ visitors, to defunct compiny.\ He acted under
D. of Jacksonville, IIarry
a Taylor 1IKITJBRONN SPRINGS enlarged quarters and ,
Impi"? ,|
of South Jacksonville three Gainesville\ Tuesday. the original receivership proceed-
Taylor Norman
Miss I'earl
.. ._, ..,., building.
< 't sisters, Mrs. W. V. McLean of w ""R'" """ --
South Jacksonville, Mrs. Chess Scene !' "Te8r.cJyfe, Cas starr/ng TflctnasAfe/fjfta were visitors to Starke Saturday ........*.....+...OOON. court at Indianapolis, Ind. In the ----

4l? Padgett of Lawtey, Mrs. Rosa Hunter -.A Ware"Dl'41TRON4 [vs.Production J afternoon. The pupils of the seventh and latter tribunal a similar order was

of Macclenny and onebrother, ASKED: TO and their consoquent interest in -1 eighth grades elected the following Issued against the 1000,000 .pollcy-

'' Dempsey Hargroves of Manning. CONCI3AL PLOT OKMKIGHAN trying to arrive at p. solution. This .********..*.......**.*. for their school paper last week: holners of the company. lIE Will NEVER STANDWHO

Mrs. G. W. Roberts and sister, PICTURE: Warner Bros production Is re- a Editor, Anita. Wainwright, associate :Must Pity $2 (),OO111)1)0; : MoreIt STANDS UPON HIS'OWN, STRENGTH"SelfInsurance
s Miss Leulla Tatum spent Monday -. markably baffling as a mystery : HAMPTON : editor, Lorene Green, news is estimated that the MissourIans -?hoc B..ov

'+'i v + II In Jacksonville. TThoinaa Melglian'ii/ First All- story, and Its ending Is a moat unusual Ml. Adi Nlmmu. Cor.:; reporter, Mildred Norman, weather will be forced to pay at least earn UA.IIq,.

r Mrs: F, R, Carradlne spent Wednesday Talking Picture Coming to tho surprise. .S.00.NONN.*....N..Nf reporter, David Thomas $126,000 as their share of the! Gsu ..un k+ra?

In Jacksonville. "So let your friends see for Misses Genevieve and Mildred $1,200,000 deficit of the Federal l6/ae B/i/l/AW, usrNSUawatoss,
c Imperial. theatre<< Jacksonville Prof L. 1[. Futch and family Automobile and that court costs ''r rd q,
i. E. E. Burney was a business visitor themselves how the baffling mur- Sanders were the guests of Miss .rfl/R"YMr STATEMENT
3 18-2O were visiting in Lawtey last Sat- will add another $100,000 to the aAAI .,o
Days Kept. nRF
der Is solved Thomas ggb F
to Starke Monday. mystery by Anita Wainwright Sunday. prr ,yOPFM
*j) Mrs. L. II 11111 and son, L. H.r Meighan, as the detective, anddon't urday. Misses Pauline and Lorene bill the cut-rate insurance buyers
dt. Manager Thomas of the Imperial Mrs, L. A.' Johns had as her must pay. However, should the ,.,.
their enJoy- attended church
,, Jr,, were shopping in Starke Saturday spoil complete Green at Hell.bronn "
4 Theatre, where Thomas Melg- ment of the picture," says Mana- guest last Sunday, Mrs Bass of 'Springs Saturday. assessments for the years 1924 ,
(ukY'' han's first Warner Bros.' picture, Waldo 1925, 1926 and 1927 prove insufficient -
The many friends of Mr. A. M, ger Thomas. Mr. and Mrs W. E. Sapp was Is self
Blanchard will regret to team he the detective, play, "The Argyle Mr. Melghan's support includes Miss Geraldine Johns of Starke, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J, IIWainwrlght to make up the company's' deception. No man can carry
Is confined to his home with a Case" Is now being shown, igssuea H. B. Warner, Lila Lee Bert spent the week-end with her father Sunday. losses and the cost of the receiver- his own risk without endangering

f r cripple limb an appeal to those who have alreadY Roach and many other motion pic- L. G. Johns. Mrs. Annie Sanders motored to ship and liquidation of the concernIt his own capital
( seen the picture, asking Miss Elizabeth Kendrick ot is expected that policyholders .
N The Woman's club met at the ture favorites. Harvey Thew did Jacksonville Friday. Let send without
t club house last Friday afternoon them not to reveal the plot to their the adaptation of the Ford O'Hig- Starke, Is. teaching a music\ class Miss Mary Reddish attended' will be called upon for further as- our us booklet you on self-insurance., cost,

"' with the new officers In charge of friends. gina stage hit. Howard Brether- here. church at Ilellbronn Sunday sessments. Call write or phone.
the meeting. This was the first "Much of the pleasure of wit- ton directed. UIII-Uuhn Misses Thelma and Mae' Rhoden In issuing tIts order Judge Sale I
nessing motion of this fall winter will Rev. N. T King and Mrs. Louise \ put In a reservation to the effect
meeting since the summer vaca- a picture The and prices spent Saturday night with Miss
type, lies in the inability of the prevail of matinee, 15 and 40c, Bohn were united in holy matrimony Lois Moore. that policyholders would be per- HAROLD C. WALL

tion.The members that were present audience to fathom the mystery, and nights 15 and 50c. __ at the home of Rev F. M. Mrs. T. J, Moore was the guestof mitted, if they so,, desired, to pre- INSURANCE
and n Taylor last Wednesday evening, sent legal defense they may in ob-
were very eager to begin work Mrs. Ida Sweat Thursday.
N.N.N.NNN.NND1VOODLAWN ... guests of J. M Rosier Saturday.J. Rev Taylor officiating. Uoth the I I jecting to the assessments., This,
will have Miss Mildred Norman the
we are In hopes we a was STARKE FLORIDA
very. prosperous year., : : M Ros'.er and daughter Aleen bride and groom are residents of guest of her cousin Miss Mamie however, is but a thin straw slnae ,
The new officers which include n and Ruby and Martha\ Gioover Hampton, are highly respected and Lou L Norman Sunday, the receiver pointed out to the

Mrs. J. T. Moore, president, Mrs. ........................ were visitors to Starke and Lawtey have a host of friends here, who Misses Rosa. and Retha Clemons -- --- I --- --- -- -- -.-

c) W. F. Godwin, vice president, Mrs. Local :sews Saturday afternoon. wish them much success and hap- was'the guest of Miss'' Pearl Nor-

a G, W. Roberts, secretary and Mrs. Miss Debbie Phillips who is Mr, and Mrs.; J. M. Dixon were piness. man Sunday afternoon.

R.:' R. Thede treasurer, will entertain teaching school at Maxville, is transacting business in Starke Sat- Mrs. Ruby DeWitt Prince and father of Tampa, Chas We 'were glad to see Clarence YE We can char r ge your HKS
Mrs. May 8
v the club members with a delightful urday. Davis back in school Monday.
spending the week-end with ,
par- and Mrs.\
; luncheon) this week. We ents, Rev and Mrs D. L. Phillips. Carl nosier! spent Sunday here Weeks of of Jacksonville Lake City, spent last Misses Lois Gainey and Edna tJ STORAGE BATSmith's TERY In- I'arage
714 desire all members to come to next with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. j, McCloskey Strickland spent the week-end in
Mr. and Mrs J, S. Norman were Sunday with their cousins, Mrs. A.
meeting and each bring a new M. Rosier.Mr. Brooker and Starke.
shopping in Starke Friday. and Mrs. W. B. Roper. -
p f member.A \ Tom Welch and Elver andS. A. McDonald\ Supt. A. J. Grlflls visited Ilell

number of our school pupils Mr. Dalton Carter and sister, Casing from Lake Butler, were bronn school Friday. We are all '
;1 are out of school on account of the lira. Carrie Smith, Mr. and Mrs. visiting friends down here Sunday Rev. Norris pastor of the First glad to see him G spaa.rke{
mumps but none of them are ser- Oscar Carter and son, spent FridayIn afternoon.Rev Baptist church here, filled\ his regular -,-*-

f : Starke the guests of' Mr. and L. F. Godwin filled-bin regular appointment last su 'day Ocoee -' Dank of Ocoee reorganized -
ious.Mr.. Johnnie Hudson was visitIng Mrs Jeff Johns appointment at Heilbronn' morning and evening, : and reopened

', relatives in Jacksonville Friday Mr. W. H. Norman was a business }; church Saturday and'Sunday W. P. Dirt and family of Ala- _ __ __ _ ._ ___ _______ __nu----_ ______ ____ _

'ii hl visitor to Starke Friday afternoon chua county, were the guests of fie.l.....d..l tn".Je".N.u
and J. W. Nlmmo last
Miss Ada
Mr. Green Testone'was visiting ,
s .***...********.******** Sunday.L.
relatives in, Jacksonville Sunday. I Mrs. Maggie Browning and chil- .
i Mrs. Don Sapp entertained dren Beulah, Thelma and David, KVKRGREKX 5Mrs. A. Johns and family visited
"rr ''" 'Saturday afternoon from 3 to were called to the bedside of their ( F, A. Hosier Cor.) 0 Mr. Johns' mother, Mrs. Annie' '

a 5:30 with a birthday party in daughter and sister, Mis.: Theo ..******...*.*...*N.*0Mr *? Johns' Starke last Sunday.II left. last!'
honor of her little daughter Mar- Rosier Thursday, [, A. Delk and family
Ion. The afternoon was spent in Mr.\ C. Alvarez of Ft. Pierce, is an children spent a few days in Madison where Mr. Delk has accepted work
+i' playing games. The hostess! assis- visiting! his sister, Mrs. C. L. Car- -
ted by her daughter, Miss Dorothy last week, the guests of rela- with theallroad.Rance .

Sapp, served delicious refresh- ter.Mrs.. J, D. Carmichael and sou tives. Johns and family of Jacksonville -
ments of ice cream and homemade Mack, were visiting Mrs.\ ,Gene Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Rosier and were visiting Mr. Johns'
cake. The guests who attended Gaskins Friday afternoon. children spent Sunday with Mrs. brother, L. A. Johns last Saturday

this little party Included: Martha Mr Darby and Wade Gasklns Hester Sapp. Misses\ Caraway and Stanley and
Wells, Clara Mae Harley, Estelle and Leamon Norman were visiting Miss Gladys! Reynolds of I
Austin, Aleene Austin, Alton Deck, In' Clay county Friday.Mr. slmmee, Mrs. W. L. Armstrong and enjoyed a fish fry at Earlton last
Lola and Bobby Jorgensen, Carrie J. S. Norman 'and W. E. ... .....:,;__ ...;;.. __..;;._..;;.;..;......;;:...;..:;...;;.. __ ..,!O
Howe, Keefe Pitta and Winnie Norman, Oscar and Earl Carter,
: Shuford. The little miss was seven .eamon and W II Norman 'went '
years old. fishing Thursday at Long Pond. _
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Blanchard All reported a nice time.
S bf Kingsley Lake were In Lawtey :Mr. and Mrs\ Ivory Thompsonand t!' 1 II rr .

Saturday.Mrs. Thelma Thompson spent Sat- I ,t a'a't'
_ Don Sapp and little daughter urday night and Sunday* with their
v i1iJv'S
Cleo, are visiting in Miami for brother and sister Mr.\ and Mrs. IC'.the
,, several days. And Thompson.Mr. I v'S
.- Leon and Leamon Norman
'' "'OOOL.\WN HCIIOOIj M>Ti:8: were visiting friends In Raiford vtv

,Nq, (The .Strawberry' Echo; ) Sunday.
Edwin Starlln'g' was visiting his If I car want

It seems as though we must friends Ralph and Leon Dixon you

keep hard at work for Mr. Frisbee Sunday afternoon. .

1 Is determined we shall get our Messrs. Ruaael, Roy, Melvin and
4 lessons. Morris\ Carter were visiting friendsat I
''' l'' Our boys 'are doing a nice job Mr. Dixon's Sunday night. and you can be assured when you

basketball court, but Mr. Dalton Carter LOOK
claying our was visiting
y 4 anything that Is worth doing at all Miss Eva Underhill Saturday Neglect buy It front us that It represents

la worth doing well. night atone Bargains t
and Honest Value
a Dependable !
Mr. C. S. McClellan of Lawtey, Miss Beulah Browning spent the
Chevrolet Coupe
was visiting our school Monday. week-end with her sister, Mrs.
Come again Mr McClellan. Theo Rosier.Mr. No matter what price you want to pay for a used car -

1 Our chewing gum card Is be- Pitt Barnes of Jacksonville, It was the last bit of advice a prominent retiring Cannot be told from we can supply you with a better automobile than you
ginning to grow rapidly. We won- was visiting Mlsa\ Ruby Rosier Sun- merchant new Fully equjppml! ever expected to buy for that amount of money! '
der who will be the next victim. gave to his son and successor and has the apIH'lBrance -

Our school will be representedat day.Mr.. Dalton Carter and sister, and it guided a sound business enterprise and |*Tform- We have on hand at this time the widestselection of
the football game at Starke Fri- Mrs. Carrie Smith were visiting mice of new ear $.S0 fine used cars In our history. Many of them cannot be
day, and we will show you how to Mr. and Mrs.\ C. L. Carter Sunday.Mr. safely through the rough'channels of traide.. down.-With an 0. told from new. The motors have been thoroughly

yell for Bradford. and Mrs. Laurie Carter and "Under K.:. That Count. overhauled-upholstery and hardware are in excellent
Come on other schools, give us M and Mrs. Oscar' Carter and lion, no circumstances. counselled the Dodge Sttlan, :1O2O. condition--and some have even been refinished

your ;news. Let's get acquainted.A were visiting friends In, Jackson- merchant t. "neglect the. protection which Thoroughly l't'C"OIl- in pleasing new colors.

Modern Girl ville Sunday afternoon. dltlOllt'fl) in our shop
Rings on her fingers corns on Miss Ruby Dixon and Myrtle sound stock insurance affords. Keep it fluIIJIM'd: with Here is your opportunity to get a real bargain! And

her toes, BO long she's dolled up Norman were visiting friends in broad- adequate! It strengthens business! good tires, bumpers! you can have absolute confidence in the cats that
happily she goes. Lake Butler Sunday afternoon. credit invites and other extras* bear the red "0. K. that Counts" tag--because they

Albert D.: "Lily, I thought, you Miss Mildred Norman was visiting public confidence stimulates Priced 11t $2I! :i for have been,carefully checked over by skilled: inspectors

said you missed one word." her cousin Mamie Lou. Norman patronage and encourages consistent prog for quick sale.AVIth .- and represent definite known values...
Lily D.: "I did. I only missed Sunday afternoon. an O. K. That
two." Mr.\ Melvin Carter was visiting ress. Coll lit H.Ovrilund. Come in and! pick out your car now-while we have a,

G Mamie Lou N.: "What III i the friends In Jacksonville Saturday Let wide selection. for you to choose from!
us help you review your needs and give << O Only
matter with your car, dear? afternoon.Mr. ,
8IH5. Late 1)'JO.) ,
GeroW S."It, only needs a new and Mrs. C. W. Ward and you sound dependable protection. Original green finIsh .
1 engine darling." i family 'of Lake Butler, spent the

Ida Mae M.' : "My father is so week-end with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. story, lmportIUIhnlTORODERITCll disc wheels, CHEVROLET CO.

rich he can afford to send me to Dixon and family.Mr. spare tire, mbtomet .
college." \ Cohen Peele was visiting In '

6 n.b: Freeman R.: "That's nothing, this community Sunday afternoon. J. R. Davis & Co. er, etc.l rHiismissionlock -With an 'Sl ar k e, FloridaO. #

mine Is so rich he can afford top Mr. Pitt Barnes Ruby and Aleen Counts..
K. That
keep me at home." Rosier and Martha Groover were ."
2 '" yy Imagine visiting at the State Farm Sunday "
i, ; The girl at Woodlawn going withy afternoon. INSURANCE 'L Today: special -A
y ; { out stockings. Mr. and Mrs: II. S. 'Norman and real bargain. Can.
:Mattie Cowart chewing gum in Mr.\ and Mrs. Jim Rosier and children not be duplicated i

$ school. were visiting Mr. and Mrs. -, for the money Good ar

Mr. Frisbee cpmlng in on a Mon\ J. M. Rosier Sunday afternoon.Mr. Starke Florida condition. A demonstration -
v day morning without any whips. and Mrs. Levy Norman and will convince
'i Russell Carter singing solo. children were guests of Mr and you-With an
A certain girl writing a love letter Mrs. J. M. Rosier Saturday. an O. K. That

during school. Elder Louis Donnelly was, the ., I _._._._.v--..._. u_,_, .., OJ. -""" I I Counts.




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t-t AT.ulann.i; Him after I the deportdi'nt's (hut a settlement would bE reached ;500;; ; plus moiii, than forty dollars 1.1\\ (th'. fall bo(miBc my ion In going/ Rather I'lnlckyDInor iJ:'" .'.',"
engineers; bad presented between the city and owners of I' (10 college, and although the lads Two .
t New of Florida in Short II n costs: for U'anpIUrtlnR 22! casts -- eggs poached medium I' "
Paragraph figures showing the cost of ]handling sponge/ boats here were seen in on rf bottled In bond liquor) Seizure of today are very economical about soft, buttered toast not too i I. J"i;"1.
I the different. classes of ma- arrangement whereby a proposal I of the llqu'd I was made by Deputy lints and garters, st'lT) a coon-xkiri hard, coffee not much roam in It. '. "

1 I trial, Bentley, said would be presented' to the boat I Everett on state road 1 No. C batwotn
I I I owners with a view to liquidating I Newberry and High SprlngH. veil junkvan Fords" l'UI11" rather like any spec:nl design 01the i ,'" .,!

Live State News Ta'lahaSMt'I' -- If Attorney Gen moro (linn $9000 the city (contends ,, Tho' deputy noticed a new Hudson:\ Vgh by the time they are decorated dishes?" : ,:,( 'h." ,

oral Davis gives his consent for Is duo as back tuxes on porno Halproperty cur bo'iiR driven lecklessy and sua- for college\ use t ;, f
the use of his office to Institute ( assessments against tile pectin:? it was another case otboofce I might send you the hog money, Another Take I'ncowttcl i '
proceedings/: to determine whether boats. Under the arrangementthe running overhauled, the but tho missus and I have planneda Teufelsclrock vant to take ""ij

a so-called "county newspaper"must boat owners would pay 1929 Hudson which on inspection( revealed trip to Niagara this fall and after some insurance! on my new Chevrolet t I >I\j\
TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES be actually printed In the taxes and those assessed thereafter the cases of liquor. The her working hard all these. sedan against, its '01"' stolen \ .

county before It can be termed and would establish a sinking fundto driver and car were promptly years I think site deserves a trip. How much\ Is It? f !

_._-.-.-_._--- ...__-- such, the outcome of the proceeding eventually take up the past Indebtedness brought to Gainesville where the We cruv't go: before fall for she ishaving Agent-It will be $45. t lt ,
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(- ---- '-'- _.:. w'll'! affect a number of Threats had been prisoner was arraigned before the house redecorated l and Teufelsdrock Cheap enough. z \ #Ii' ,

.1111 I h....nvllle A new candidate Jlmmle standing some distance of the state, Mr. newspapers D vls- made by the boat owners to take Judge B' n liters. He paId the r fl1rn.'8hed. taking out all the red Here's your money. d ij' ti ';' 1 .,'

for I 11!I..'' "meanest thIef title was away, was knocked down and his : said The case Is that Institutedon the case into court and protest the fine and costs and went Ma way. plush and putting! in overstuffed Agent-All right Now if your 't 1, .v

al IBIICI' here tonIght. A robber clothing Ignited. Ills father threwa behalf of Mrs. Iva T. Sprinkle, payment of personal\ property taxes The liquor/ was destroyed under or- cane and mahogany. This Is a terrible car is stolen all you do is to report I ." ;))
wn" at.-red the borne of S. Lloyd rug over him smothering the Ocala publisher, whose attorney on the boats. They contended der of Sheriff Wells strain on my finances, especially the theft to ua and we will 'i; t t'; .J)

mood Mrs Lloyd alone and con- blaze) but he received burns from claims that her newspaper, although they understood an occupational ns the new well that we I pay Its full value.Teufelsdrock I 1'1 ''I}" \ '

flrod,! ,! i t""i her bed by illness When which ho died early today, printed In Union county, license tax paid by the sponge exchange 1v'll1hid ('Ol"J.nS'T PAY need close to the house, and the I That's a bar- r;.. "M //1 c
hjK 'n'h for money proved frult- may be cared for the personal tax, new up-to-date barn have to be gain. It was stolen last night '"t \ .:
i I.. took her diamond engage- I classified as a Baker s s The Hlchland Democrat t. nich- paid for. I Agent-Oh ; In that case of ',:
te. Tallahassee Flrtof I county newspaper because It Is 'I
ug and wedding ring Mrs.Llp a series lund Iowa says the Exchange/: Bulletin All the farmers here are in .a course we can't pay you anything. ,
, of circulated Jacksonville The 1929 bus
? articles the latter --
explaining the recently county published recently tho following Teufelsdrock Ol Ol- So that's :,1,1'' ,'
| ,d ''id' police that the robber enacted tax, and truck tax law la unconstitutional hard place financially with strawberries u <
,, lied her with a pistol measures of Floilda letter received by a feed at this season 75 cents a what you call theft Insurance", Is 1 i ,i'
I Tallahassee It affects,
Ih' Official Insofar
( appeared Saturday August! 17, in reports as private dealer from a hard-up 1I"IImer quart and (tho price ot gasoline as it? I knew there was some catch \ 1 ,'
the Dally of the arrests at Winter Haven and carriers but$the ruling does not affect .' .
",iMile --- William\ Cauthen, Bond News. This medium I have your statement showing I It Is. Then too, I there Is an epidemic in U. 1 1 i :
( i Is regarded analngnient at Ocala of Enoch the validity of the law an applied ] -
,,, .,,' of. Mr. and Mrs J. N. Cau- as authority\ on Thomas that I owe you $769.70 and I am among the married women ; I ;; '1\\
'Ii'' bond of Winter Haven, who Is to common carriers Judge
" financial [ fall la time to
Early u gand
matters the enclosing a check for $5.00 for to have their plain gold wedding 'f" { t
hl1l, ;i, "it the Lacrosse section who alleged: to have UoWltt T. Gray said In opinion "
( subscription / posed ns a cousin an ;
rate being cull out those producers In ;
/ "only" which please send me a receipt.I rings platinized and net with diamonds poor 4 t .
self-inflicted wounds
died I ]i"m' $120 i of Gov. Carlton and to have handed down in circuit court here *
yearly This escaped tho Clock The ]Extension
valuable that Agricultural t! '
I i ;
shotgun at about 6 o'clock pub- I am sorry cannot pay and everybody Is having t ,\
rom, ( i licity, gained from game wardens after today. The validity or'the law Division at Gainesville has !.
at a
no cost ,
was re- you any more prellI'llbut my their teeth and tonsil removed. ;
buried j
Tuc'rii" night, was yesterday shooting deer out of contested by John Matthews,
ceived because the a season were was bulletin which will help you In t
Dally Bond own living: expenses are high; andI Maybe next year things\ will look \
,), .,ii Antloch. young man News, Interested lit received today at the state game; local attorney and member of the this work. It is number. 47. ;,
Florida re- believe I should look out for ny brighter and I can pity you wha'I I ,,
left nothing to Indicate why the I Idel.d quested department. Thomas, the reports Florida house through a habeas < I t >
statement before .
explaining family worrying about the owe you, but right now things \
was done, and relatives are legislation, said, was found shooting; tho deerIn corpus proceedings by K. S, Smith, feed, bill for my cows. look mighty black for us farmers. Cottage cheese is a valuable : ;; "!j

at aess. ) to .understand. S the motive II I Marlon county by Game Warden operator of a truck for hire, Will try to send you 'another $f Yours regretfully.JOHN moat substitute during hot weather @ :, !";,
J. W. Stehens. After he Is saidto the of Duval county 1 ''
Jacksonville against sheriff especially ;
Jim when .
Hysler was I sell my hay in June. nutdon't J. JON19S..1Iltd ] II ,' .
Jacksonville -- Two men were have given his name as Murray who made the ariest under the
arrested and
2000 gallons .
of aged- count on this too much because '
killed and six other persons badly In-wood Brewer and declared himself a new act. Smith was charged with Go-'etter I' : .
corn and rye liquor was my daughter graduates; from Renew Your Health i: '.
hint on the Jacksonville Beach cousin of the governor and immune having operated. truck and trailer -
dug from .
the Hysler college in June and I know that I
country place you She: "Hero in' your ring-I find '
near here early today -whenan to arrest he Is for without hav \
road alleged; to compensation I
grounds near here today. takes quite a lot of money. I we are not suited! to each cither." By PurificationAny 'f ,
; ,
automobile crashed into a tele- armed have "covered" the deputy with Ing'made application for a certif- ( s!
deputies stood 'Vhlle// thought I could l send you check lie: "Tell! me the truth-you .
phoen pole, causing a heavily crew of negroes dug up 32 his shotgun while making his getaway icate of public necessity and convenience last month, but It took all I could' love ttiipther?" physician will tell you that ,F t t 'ii;?
charged wire to fall upon the machine I and without having paid "Perfect Purification of the BY8't ft.
rels of "
liquor which rake and In
was burled In scrape together to put "Yes
which overturned In a ditch I the two cents per mile tax advance tem is Nature' Foundation of 'si' I! s 1' i
potato patches, under wood piles the Del co )light, as my wife did Tell me hilt nnme I Insist" Perfect Health." Why not rid ,4 "1 ; ,,1
Tin dead were Donald McLemore Tallahassee Robert W. Bentley depoHlt as required by the 1920 i Jt
and In hog wallows, Officers said not have electricity to run the "You want to, harm him" yourself of chronic ailments that {I\\ t :.
Jacksonville and John ,
chairman of the
math state road law
of Homo of the barrels appeared to I separator the sewing machine and "No I want to sell him this arc undermining your vitality? :.,. !' i 'fI'
(I'tuuhv i 1'Ie. a, visitor to JatkHonvili have been bulled for two or three derailment and Fred Eberhaidt the vacuum cleaner Then too, ring,"- -] lum111(>1 (Hamburg) Purify your (entire system by taking a:' i ,i\\

] ?. ,ioin, MichIgan. >ears. The deputies went to tho publisher of the Florida State Oalnegvtlle Another rontrlb WQ hud to blend) \ 1 a shod 1 for I the. _____--A--.- ; a thorough course of Calotnbs, 'j i i /
I Ilysler home wlth"search annuls.They News, engaged In a fist light/ In the tlon of more than five hundred dollars Ford so.we could! )put the new Cadillac : Palm Beach Building: will ho -once( or twice a week for several \ '
I 1 h, uiville The body of editorial room of the newspaper weeks-and how. :Nature rewards ; u
( to Ala- in the and bull l erected at of seavlew1 pee '
I were met at the door by Hys was made yesterday garage aconcrete corner aveluio -
'. Gardner 55 found ly- altercation fe- I you with health .11
4'h.'I" was today following an
the brook In and road to Include
ler who told them to "go ahead chua county's treasury through bridge over county Olotubs the greatest of all ,
inc 'in i pallet spread on the floor and search," garding an editorial appearing in booze seizure route N.t! Brown, 0111' front lot as well an, a new road uhopn! and apart money. system purifiers.are Get a :family \.( i';
oi t in-, apartment, with the throat I''I i the newspaper a few days ago. The I who told the county officers he so we could get In and out better, I Plant Cay: Cypress mill In package! with full directions.! On- \ \ i'"l l0" ? -j
,111\ (Investigating officers who editorial which appeared Tuesday, !I resided In Tampa, paying a flue of I can't send you the corn money operation.) Iv 35 cts. nt driiKstorcq.: (Adv). d, ,!
broki down the door of the apartment Tallahassee ContiRct for 15- was captioned, "Poor )Florida" .. --
at the request of neighbors 000 tons of rock to be used in road and declared that various federalaid

who had mlssfed Gardner duringthe 'construction- In Florida was awarded warrants for road material ,
day said he had taken his own I by the state road department amounting to more than eleven ,

life (Contents of five notes foundIn today to the Florida Hasic! Rock thousand dollars, had been drawn .
i the apartment were not made i company of Marlanna, chairman for the Birmingham Slag Companyand ,'. -
public 'Bentley announced. The contract Woodstock Slag Company,

et price $28,800, was slightly higher In t the name of Bentley. It also referred HL
than that of the low bidder, the to alleged letting contracts
Tallahassee Appointment of Tottondale Lime Hock company of outside of the state 1 rq
Dr Ilenrv Hanson, of Jacksonville, .
fottondale. which! was $28.400,
.' state. health officer, succeedingDr but the award was made to the Tarpon Springs -- Indications
l N) L Arms,' resigned, was unnoumecl S TSUP

tonight b y Governor aKffiKJNG; -Jm ii .W.t'crt.P..rJ'J&j-nL-a; ; ,(?:... ,;W
,'amino. Dr. Hanson, considered
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thoiltle* on health, will take ,office

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Miami After partaking of N
''I.. ''III I'ounds.of liquor 20 to be Yi .

ixac'" a group of sponge divers f ,' ': .
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decided they would like to do a : ,. ,
little\ diving. 'They reached one of I OF MOTORS FUEL '.

the. main streets whereon( of them I '

perched, upon his car and was in i {
the' very act of staging a sponge .

diver's dive into the pavement alivewith .
when he was halted by an office ,
and hauled) into court. ', I
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Fort Meade A, giant watermelon Action M ',\' ,; ? J

grown at Hope, Ark., was '5 :s
received here thIs'week as a giftto ?) /, '' l' .;, ; ,

A A Brown and his son, Howard \ 1 .

A Brown and his, daughter '.
MM }Frances Bergqulst. The melon -

weighed 129 pounds and was "
sent crated by express. It measured '",: '" 1

54 1-2 Inches around and was ,' I I' : ;
65 Inches around the long way. '" I
Neighbors helped the Brown family :"
to eat the gift.MiamiDredging. -.. :t?', "
s s
and filling Y'4"\, ;
for protection against the sea has t .'

begun on $10,000,000 project on ; v
North Miami Bench which will
lie the site for a new millionaires I,

colony Contract calls for com-
pletion of the work by Dec. 1. ,
when home building will start. The p

trait<<: lying between the ocean and or night, rain or shine, Woco-

BlaiHvne( bay, comprises 12 estate DAY Motor Fuel is alive with action. ,.f a .
sites .
even of which already are Ii:;"

sold I a i II nationally known leaders Ready to fire at the touch of the starter. .-.-. ----. .
la tin automotive industry. ..... -
a Eager to flash ahead at the touch of the. .. -,.. -

Orlando The Orlando Morn- Ready always for the long' rw (
accelerator. '
Ing Sentinel tomorrow will' say .v. .
that plans of a New York syndicate grind or the short dash. Better 7 ways inall .. ."t \ ,

$10,000,000 which available Is reported for to investment have- motors. Gives you more knockless, .. '

In Florida orange groves, care-free trouhle-free] motoring miles. .i. t
,. I 9y 1 (
bave Firei
been made public with the throughout Dixie for one main 'u der
announcement that options are beIlIg Popular + f G

obtained on grove properties reason-it delivers all-round perfect performance ,
'In orange and Polk counties. The IF trR1
all the time.
Paper has been advised that more
'than SI,000,000 worth of groves :
w Polk county have already been illS worthy, smooth rnn Up and down race the pIstons-like the rapId-fire of a

Placed under option. 'r nin.-mate of Woco-Pep Is machine gun. Steady barrage of explosions in the cylinder v, r '

S "' the luper-Penn."h'anl.' Searing heat! It takes a TOUGH oil to stand, !
< : oil that Hand under'
M'aml grade up
Investigation of an apparently 1 Tiolene extreme motor heat. That why under fire in a modern motor. And PAN-AM is tough d''

bootleg"! flourishing auto licenses'business was begun in Wf good for thousand crankcase miles of 1V4rb sturdy safe. Moving metal parts are properly lubricated. 1

III here today by state tag inspectors !nil.AFK Adds lubrication year of per life to. your Test PAN-AM motor oil for yourself.; You'll find SAFB "

connection with. their drive car. lubrication courteous service at any PAN-AM sign.
against the use of foreign licenses
by residents Appearance here of These product with POWER- PAN AMERICAN PETROLEUM CORPORATION ,
J'lJL Pnrol Gasoline (for hone
District of Columbia
who prefer a Iraight gasoline)
"se plates which sell In Washington -
proriiie* year-round ervlee' for ,
for $1 each prompted aCne every Florida motorist. The "la- '
"'k up by inspectors which re- lion. serving them match quality
"al I they were being "bootleg- product with quality kenrlce.
Itd' at $6 each In Miami.:
e '
'I.'flpa> -A. mother and her 11 THE SEABOARD OIL co. Dutribmort for II ,

"ari\ rt"eved! when a gasoline stove ex- THE PURE OIL CO.

Dloded in their gasoline stove ex- 7OR O it-a

Standing over a gasoline store S-l MOTOR 01 LSc.FRlr.1S

poking) supper last night. Mra."j .
> nzle Pullara was terribly burn- u.r.-: I
died J when the stove exploded. She := I I

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Mrs, George C. White was hostess S I :

Woman's Monday Missionary afternoon Union to ot the the BACON, Best \White Rib - Lb.19c

'vI 1 Baptist church, and those present I I .

V k I+, I hour.enjoyed meeting an and interesting a delightful business social i 10 Lbs. SUGAR with $2.00 Puchase ,- 54cI I

i ;3; Mr. G, P Raymond gave as a ,

i scripture reading the revised version I 6 lbs. GRITS Via G. MEAL 22c
1 of Solomon's description of a or -1 m m m

' perfect woman, the same being

from Prove bs 31:10-31: verses In-

:, t t4 ;I elusive the subject Mrs.of the Raymond responsibility talked on of HA ; Sunshine Crackers Sweet or Soda -.5for20c
t women and Mrs. A. M. Darby led CHICAGO ILL.-Automobiles figured ? ,

; ', in an, earnest prayer. Mrs. 0. W. In approximately one of every four
accidental deaths In the United States v
., l Alderman, president, conducted a during less. ? b t { Maxwell House Coffee

,4 short business session, after which ."Of 96,000 cases In which Americansmet J Fancy Van Camp's Milk

tho offering was taken, which a sudden end lost year, :37,500 -A
i'f l amounted to twenty-five dollars. were caused by automobile accidents," d lib. 46c '
declared Clay B, White, president of
ti, The opening number for the social the Standard Traffic Marker Companyof Vegetables 6 .large 50c

. hour was a reading, "The Wichita, Kansas, In an address here it4 .
Road to Happiness," by Miss Qus- before a safety conference. "AccidentsIn ;
a sie Mae Bennett, after which Miss the home Including falls burns, L 31bs. n $1.38
scalds, explosions and asphyxlatlons Sweet Potatoes
Mona Alderman gave a lovely piano Fk 6small25c
accounted for approximately :24.000 .' -
1 solo. In a word contest Miss
fatalities, while Industrial accidents '
vW, { Maud Mitchell made the largest snuffed out the lives of a corresponding k NARKfR NO TRAFF/G a 4 r!I 4 51bs. 19c
number of words beginning with number of people. Another, :30,600 -

//v the syllable "sun," and as a reward were fatally hurt In what are classified 3 Minute Oat Flakes

t1 r was given a jar of sunshine strawberry as public accldentdrownJnge,. fires, I .
and discharge of firearms." In this connection, Mr. White sees center of the street or road directly In '
SlI:S preserves. A jolly game with Railroads and street cars, Mr. White some hope. Analysis of the situation, the line of the motorist's vision,while Irish Potatoes(

a piano accompaniment caused says, accounted for many but not as he said, shows that these danger spotsare still others have removed sharp curves 3 f or 27c
( '" much fun and laughter for the large a number of fatalities as mightbe being more carefully watched, and even when construction of the new Corn, Beans, Peas

l4ris f guests. At the close of this pleas- expected. The automobile<1 that trafflo authorities are learningthe road meant considerable expense. 1 1Orns.--42c. .
,! ant afternoon the hostess, assisted especially the privately owned car- value of an appeal to good sense. Reasonableness Inspires thoughtful.
For local authoritieshave ness, Mr. White declared, and he feels
1 was the greatest accident hazard. example some
by Misses Mona Alderman, Cas-
S1 + ) Figures for both railroad and auto- left the speed limit to the driver's that similar methods applied to all 1 Post Bran Flakes 2for 25c
ale White Blanche Alderman, Mrs
V mobile accidents show a large proportion good Judgment others have Installed accident hazards would!4! save' many

kJt lr J, W. White and Mrs. O. \V. White, of accidents at intersections, but flexible rubber stop signals in the lives this year, .u" .....1Jj, ,,_. I 17c '
SS lL ,t .. served tempting home-made cake l .-J' Celery :
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and fruit jello topped With whipped --- - 2for f 23cP
8' cream. Century Club were entertanled last City Election HT.pm.JoI.S. ; : G11'EN- I' :

Friday evening by Mr. and Mrs.C ( EOIUHf'I'OIXT n.ST: |I !
tl Mrs. White's guests were: Miss ,

a 4 Gussle Mae Bennett,' Mrs. J. H. .A. Knight When, scores were Held Tuesday.Starke's IN FOHESTKV: sl.RnCW.Atlanta : Lettuce 15c 4-String
1 > Lord Mrs.\ Shepard, Mrs. J. M..Ilrownlee added at the end of the progres- -
4 0 Sept 10.-State Forester & SOAP '
Mrs. P. M. Barefoot, sions the holders of high v'ere -- I
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4h, B. 1\1. Lufburrow today announced ,
city election passed into
Mrs. O.V.. Alderman, Miss
found Mrs. O.
to be L. Deasley and
the .
appointment of II. M!
j Blanche Alderman, Mrs. H. L. N. while oblivion at 6:18 Tuesday, the day I
Mr Sternberg, Mrs. F. F. Sebrlng, former district forester Brooms 39c
Brownlee, Mrs. A. M. Darby Mrs. Bars 19c Cabbage Ib. 6c -
Stump and Mr. J, J. Truby scored being uneventful and less than 50 in Florida as assistant state for- -
8. L. Peek, Miss Mona Alderman, low' ,
votes recorded, until the last houror ester of Georgia, to succeed FredB. _
Mrs. L. O. Powell, Mrs. C. A.
Playing/ bridge were: Mr. and
Merrill I
remaining for the resigned.
so casting
Knight, Mrs. J, C. Robinson, Miss Mrs. O. LJ. Ueaaley, Mr. and Mrs.F. .
l of when total ot 110 Mr. Merrill's resignation: was effective
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Maud Mitchell, Mrs. Lila Griffin F. Stump Mr. and Mrs N. .ballots 16 /
August when he became
Mrs. J. H. Hundley, Mrs. 0. P. Sternberg, Mr. and Mrs. S. L. votes was announced at the offlcliil state forester 'of Mississippi. C. }l. MttVH; Must; Apply For States Veterans Bureau In the "old

rk Raymond, Miss Amelia Ray, ]Mrs.\ Peek Mr. J. J. Truby, Mr. and ) time of closing the polls at Times-Union, Sept. 10. chamber of commerce building u,

4 J. W. White, Miss Cassie White, Mrs. J.V.. Andrews, Jr.? Mr. and 6:18. No opposition was appar- The Christian Endeavors will Tallahassee.The .
Mr. Sebring has been In, Starke Bonus By Dec. 31
and Mrs. O. W. White. Mrs. O. M. Inman and Mr. and ent for any candidate, but at the since last full connected with theFlorida have a moonlight swimming partyat American Legion, vpte nil'

1 -4 Mrs. J. C, Robinson. last It developed Into a contest Forest Service! at present Kingsley; Lake, Thursday evening All veterans of the World War pf Foreign, Wars and disabledAmerican !
w CAKLOTOIUtKULliAFriends between C. A. and N. D.'Valnwl'lgbt ( All Endeavors are asked to
Knight he Is spending his vacation tourIng and dependants of deceased veterans veterans, all comprisingveterans
\V. O. W. SK'HTtie : ; for the office of city the northern states, and Can- meet at the Presbyterian churchat who have not applied for and of the 'V"orldVar., probably -

,k ,, of the Torreulla family tax assessor, friends ot Mr. Wainwright ada and upon his return will be 7.'p. m., then they will motorto secured adjusted compensation will institute campaigns to
i ;a have received the following Invita: W. O. Vf. held its regular writing in his name to give transferred to t1ania. the lake. certificates also known"as "sol-i Insure that all eligible person secure -
tits t tlon: meeting; Tuesday evening. Sov. hm! ( The subject for Christian Endeavors ",
a complimentary vote. diers bonus! must do so before the benefits offered by the
p Mr. and Mrs. Louis Torreulla Inman being absent Sov. Dame Sil- The last hour was a race against (OES: TO TALLAHASSEE: service will be "PuttingGod December 31, 1929, or lose thlr : government as a reward for service

J request' the hondr of your presence cox-ronducted: the evening session time to see which could record'the --?l.-. Into the Budget" This topic right forever, It was announced : rendered.

at the!! marriageof with ii large attendance. The roll largest number" votes before the Senator E. 'M. Johns left Wednesday -1 wall: be handled a new way. Some this week.

their daughter ot officers was called and the minutes polls closed. |' thing! new', so come and see for
Tallahassee to attend'
Tho'Ume for securing the certificates -
Mary Doloresto of the last read and yourself. The meeting will be- '
ry meeting Results of the balloting
as giv-
tho meeting' of the state board of which Is a paid endow
apt gin at 7 o'clock. Leader Miss Lydia ? up GAIETY
approved. The graduation that en by the canvassing board meet- -
pardons, representing several ment to men, and women who served -
Manuel Carlo Jr. was to have taken place was postponed ing Tuesday night at the city hall Scott.
clients who are 'seeking clemency In the World War'and to their
on Saturday afternoon, September until the next: meeting and follows The regular monthly business
4 were as : at the hands of the board. Before after their death, has
l t' dependents
14th at 4 o'clock there being no other business for meeting was held at the home of
II. C. Wall
his return, the senator will arrange been extended twice, the officer\
Jnlfi 1I at the church of Our Lady of the evening the meeting closed. Q. W. Alderman! alderman, 96. for a meeting of members Misses Elizabeth and Eatelle Kendrick pointed out. There are yet many

Esperanza C. F. Hoover, alderman, 98. Monday evening After
of.the governor's cabinet to take thousands of eligible persons who
I 156th street and Riverside New Port Richey Guaranteestore" C, A. business! session a social hour was FLA.
Knight assessor, 85. up the matter of an early start on have not applied: for. the certifi-
New York City changed name to New Port enjoyed dainty refreshments being
: N. D. Wainwright, assessor, 19. the state farm road, provided for cates, however, he said. -
iv > Itiohey Department Store. C. A. Futch clerk, 97. efforts "" served by the hostesses.
by the last session through
a IIIIIIKJE PARTY Miami Beach 91,000,000 pier Application blanks and full information -
A. L. Alvarez, marshal, 99. of Senator Johns and Representative 'n'on 16-17
being: built out into Atlantic Ocean Palm Beach BftU opened for concerning the certificates .-Tues.

# l ''The members of the Twentieth nt Biscayne avenue. ATTKXDIXO: ) WOOimriN: TOY. Andrews of Union. completion ot new $30,000 junior may be obtained from Mr.
,ttH"1 s-- .----- ----- 4NOTICE high school building here. Wlthee at the office of the United "Love Over Night"Rod
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Lure of Hot Weather Drinks Messrs. O. M. Inman B. J. Star- There will -be a cemetery work- Jacksonville and Vicinity Blessed {With Superlative LaRouque8th

ling, J, H. Hundley, Austin Wink- Entertainment
Ing at the Beulah church cemeteryon Episode of "Tarzan
Lowers Summer Temperature ler and Jerry Porter left Wednesday Thursday Sept 26.
'l", morning for St. Petersburg The Imperial .standard of entertainment is only approachable by ,
'Y the country's de luxe theatres and the ot the Mighty"TllUr.Fri.1920
rS where they will attend the state Delray Beach Construction supreme perfection pur

: convention of the Woodmen of the started on entire city block- 'of audible screen has won,, universal praise:

i # World. They will return to business buildings fronting on At- The amazing popularity of the Imperial Theatre has made U pos
t tS'
Starke Friday. lantic avenue. sible to start the fall season with the 'finest pictures-produced In the

Hollywood and Eastern studios.:

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Starting the party with a punch Is strain. dr, .Ullar. lemon I Jules and Crap. -S S =
Ju ... Chill thoroughly. will drive away the hot weather blues and double you up with roar, =
the of In old r.
secret the
success good ,
gum. hostnsos tft omit
prefer tholemon -
from the the
beginning end.
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rr't" bummer time! and just add Grape Juice to the u
Iced t.... They .nJoy the new color and
The refreshment of fresh fruit flavor 'frt give. Place your bets on a sure wilmer"Tileottelltot"
s # drinks la Indispensable to languid FROZEN CRAPE MINT HIS FORST JOB; FOR

umtner day and lagging summer ap Several lonxstm1 pint drupe Juice 3 DAYS STARTING WEDNESDAY I
petites med sprays of 1 pint strong 1Farm

1 deep-purple The delicate grape color juice and fragrance the amber of 2 fresh tablespoonssuirsr mint 11 spsrklinir lumonnd pint plnfn: water or What Will He Save? HEAR HIM TALK IN HIS REATESTROLE! Lands in this and adjoining -

counties some laiK
tang of grappa with ginger ale, the Pinch stems of th. mint between thumb -
piquancy of a drupe Rickey lend that and nnrer until the bruised aprlirs vivo I and acme email-well worth
out the utmost of their Savor and thrust WARNER EROS
Indefinable charm to the Bummer
ay u,4 Afternoon or evening party. stems cracked Into lee.a deep Over pitcher them half-fllled sprinkle. i with the Only an after-school and Saturday job, it is true, prutnt S the money-Small .'ash p.ty

Here are a few specially selected sugar and let it stand fnr half. an hour. but it brings him a measure of financial respon- I to menu and long time at low
bubbllngly healthful summer-drink Than add 1 Crape Juice, the lemonade and ,
P recipes, tested In the Welch labor- just water.before If sparkling serving.; water Is used, add It sibility. He has earned money; can- he save It. ? interest rate for the balance

4 atorles created 'to quench and at the CRAPE RICKEY They won't last long. If .'ou
l ly'e, time the summer thirst. TEACH HIM EARLY!
same tempt a
i 1 pint Craps) Julco Juleo of 8 limes are interested In buying
e WELCH CRAPE: JUICE PUNCH 8 or 4 ttajpoona 1..lt.aparkUnll
l 1 pint Graps Jules 1 cup sugar sugar The saving habit, taught early, is a habit that will farm you should see me al*
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: : Half All tall glasses with Crap Juice.Add
Jules of S I lemon 3 wstsr show you
; M Jules of 1 orange (1pints mar b. to encb Jules of one Urn*. sugar to stick one that he will have reason to be thank- once. I will gladly:
f?l sparkling water) taste, shaved! ice, and Oil wltb sparkling f these farms and aid you In
Add to Crap Into the lemon Jules and water. ful for many times. Send him to.this bank; it is a : 1

tit orsna iuies, and dissolve the sugar la It.GRAPE JUICE SPARKLING bank that the will have confidence in in to buying on the easy payment
y Then add the walar. If sparkling water !I. 1 pint Crap Juice Juice of 2 oranges' years
used add it just before cnrina' Have 4 teaspoon sugar Chilled water plan.:
; vsrjr .old. Halt fill tall glasses with Crape Juice, come.
So slmpls' to ..mak. of lnardl.nU that add t"--'acb"" a spoon of cracked ice and 1lApS s
t are usually on band la the household. All with sparkling water. 1 ,\ L. H. HillSecretaryTreesarer
S' 1 teaspoons tea 1 pint Grass Juice 1 pint Crap Jatc 1 quart ginger ale Bradford County ,Bank !
*.np. boiling 4 tablespoons Jule. of 4 lemon Sugar to tastoDissolve .
I wet. sugar. the sugar In Crape Jute Bradford II IMPERIAL I National Farm Loan AfllI'laoo
County's Financial
t Jules of 1 lemons (moat people hue about two tablespoons Stronghold tionLAWTEY.
,4 Poor be bollltic Water on the tea.cover for this amount and add lemon. Cbill STARKE FLA.
eloeely and allow to stand for are ralnf thoroughly Just before serving add JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA FLORIA
:tal... Then, stir it from the bottom and ginger. al*. 93PAnJ1' 4t
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l't"1< (..lit'.s tin'y visited( ship It has a perfuiiK'-l, U.ifi f,r.'u\ ,

j Bits. ofi 1I11's"FAS--eIY: : had As' recenKu kills runou.! nil Is harmless household to IIIHIH-IH mankind\ .lu'1 bit 1M.G; SPECIALS SEPT. 13th & 14th i j t:

.j .. I : <'"ts Mrs. A I.. Lindsey and J, follow Instructions on blue label 01 :
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Turnlpgeed of McIntosh and bottle. INSIST UDOU 1.1.V-TUX 'J,

i tocalConcerning j ::; ?4ev' : ) ; Miss bio liuklwln Fannie Oioiner of Jacksonville.and Miss Bob from your retailer.- Adv- ,1, ;,/.,

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FAIR Fancy Hard Green Fancy White'' Bleached I
Our People, Business; andProgress Mrs Myrtle Cogbill has returns : 1"I

J of the County and Town. I to Washington>. C., after' visit CABBAGE N. Y. Celery '
] Ing her brothers, A. S. and J. C. AT LAKE CITYIS : > :

Crews and her sister, Mrs. LeII.. I I

____ ====cIc: ;_,=r;;>cIcI: _: ._OI:':..!.=.....=.. =..............____ Conner at Halford, Fla.Mr ANNOUNCEDUnder {
-- '"" ccc:.::. 5 :J Per pound 5c 2 Stalks r r 25c :
J. F. 1CIckliler. Mr. Joe Hill
Onion Sets Williams of Lalle and Mrs. Lester Harper and ,
--- Butler was in Starke on buslne little son.Vllllam Lester are visiting the direction and super I I ;

a M Inman was ,shoppli. Wednesday Mrs. Harper's parents Mi. vision ot the State Forestry Department Pure Cane Granulated ,, i1C'
first Florida fores t 1"
1/jachKonvlllejrrlday. audI! 1'8. W. II. Owen in Nashville 1"
Mr A fair will be held in Lake City,'November .
and Mrs. R. SUGAR '
II Boring, Jr., of Oatne spent Sunday at \Vorthiiigtc Kewso: Tenn. 13, 14, and 15. The primary '!. 1 J"3W" W.! t.\I\ .! : -1; :'

)|f rs..r war in Starke Tuesday. Springs. Mra. George C. White who has purpose ot the fair will be e.---. .... _.. ........ I ::1
(1IIe 10 56c, 1 ,
( I been spending,, several days with! to increase Interest In forest lands, pounds r r 1\ ,' s
uf. r K., Mlzell.spent week-er 1\II'. T.. I), Rimes of Worthington I her aunt !Mrs. N. B. Hull, left las and for demonstrating the possibilities -

11,1., ., home In Woodbine, Ga. Springs was a visitor In Stark I Thursday for her home In Ml. of increasing prod uctloi I ;
__ I !Monday Dora. under forest protection together Fancy RipeTOMATOES Fancy Iceberg ; 1 1m

MlB8 OM Ble Terry of Jacksojrllie -' __ I -- with the methods whereby protection 1--- / : ,

\l'1I Vl8ltor here Mond /. Mrs. Geo. C.. White and Miss 1 Mi and Mrs. John Booth am Among can be the assured.displays will be for N LETTUCE ; a k f ,
Blanche Alderman children! John and Patricia
were In Jacksonville I
hurl? Use Blessed Foot n Saturday. Mrs. Booth's sister, Miss lluld.Snelsou entry exhibits from national and I:
Feet Iron /2 heads 25c 1
departments pounds25c
|,lrff Over p. 0 Starhe. all ot Gainesville are occupying state forestry lumber organization - :
the various
!Mr. Geo. F. Scott of Lnkelan the Jones cottage al ttry
Mrs. N. Sternberg; warnlackeonvilleWednesday. was the Kingsley Lake. and from manufacturers of all Ii i I r :
N(r. and guest this week of Mr. and used by forest cu \
tools and equipment :
|, : Mrs F. A. Scott. -
Dv] O. L. Haynes I and daughter) land owners. ) Fancy Large Irish 13ex '
Col "D, E, Knight was'on a bus -, Mr. and M r s. Stevenson of'\Va!_ drove to Falrburn, Ga., Monday: Nationally known speakers/ wilt I :: 0 j'

net trip to Tallahassee Tuesday, do spent Sunday with Mr. and Mn. for a few days visit. They will bi( be on the program and will discuss 00 I = : !
.- N. J'. Adams accompanied home by Mrs. Haynes the merits and advantages; of pro
; GUI Is spendlr tectlng the forests, showing; the increasing FI POTATOES I
MIS Mildred and little son O. L., Jr. who have :
Height, and I. value ot lands and forest m' J ;
Jlier vacation at Keystone Miss Predrika Struth Is visiting been visiting: her parents, Mr. Intelligent protection C9Cn
when given
Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. R. P. McLurin.
Laurie Edwards I In: I I ,
In fire 2
beans Practical demonetrnttons : I
seed and sets rye Jacksonville
Onion this week. I : ,
small seeds at White's. 9-13-i Mi', and Mrs. A. H. Hall spent line construction will be carried on m ... c::> I 1'Z":2 ;::
and ---
_.- -- Mr. Hoy Sellers of Atlanta agricultural the weekend: here with Mr. and< under different methods and with .3 5 lbs. 20c en .. I !

Mr and Mrs. Will Strlngfello agent for the Souther Mrs L. S. Hutto. Mrs Hall remained different equipment. ',
!"I,fValatka, spent the week-end i iJwke In Railway was a business visitor to, for a vls't!\, while Mr. Hal Among the field demonstration! X ,
with friends and relative, Starke Saturday. returned' Sunday afternoon accompanied will be forest seed bed*, now un II jl'l 1
der cultivation in Columbia: county Eating + 3
by Mr. Hutto.: and the state forest nursery at Osceola Brand lied Ripe Cooking or. :,t: t,1:
Mrs S Church of Keyston Mr K.: O. Kllpu'trlck, state 011 -- ;
(Heights was a visitor to Stark inspector for this district, There will be a call meeting of Raiford containing; over thirty;

I Friday- --_ the family.week-end In Marianna.with speii his the next W.Tuesday T. Weeks afternoon Chapter., the U. I 17th). C. ale crops acre of turpentine and a forest trees tree on plantation a sin ; TO IATOES. APPLES ri i i iI f 1

_Fresh garden seed at J. F. Kiel- at four o'clock at the residence ot near Lake City.. 3No,2cans28c Pounds25c

llller'8. Mrs Hafe Johns, of Lake Butler Mrs. R. A. Weeks. Important A\specal! trip will arranged it I j i. :.
United Stutei
was visiting her !Mr', business to come. before the chap co-operation with the '
ol I :
under direction'
Sunday:Mr. and at Mrs.Fernandina J. A. Saul spent with and !Mrs.. W. It. Green here Wednesday ter. forest Lenthal service Wyman to visit a great a Good Grade Over SeaGRITS Jewel Compound :i ::' ','

I(trie ml*. MrR.V.. M. Hodges and daughter -, variety of turpentine plants. ';
donate, have returned after The fair Is expected to be the RICE LARD 1 .r '
Mr. Callis Manning of the )FlorIda I' J ),
Mr. I', K.)i Canova Jr., and E. K. State FGarm was visiting his a two week's visit with her son-ln biggest: thing of Its kind ever been .1 .
were visitors"to Key- law and daughter: Mr. and Mrs. C conducted in the state and the 4 25c 25c
J Ferryman parents, Mr. .and Mrs. ,1. C. Man pounds 2 pounds
for IPadmgen--l0c .
,loge Heights Tuesday. nlng, here Sunday. I.and.. Atkinson Mrs. J. W.of Lewis Brooker of, Zlff.Mr. and, Mr. the only timber fair which land owner.wm provide Lumbermen m .''t :: j, ; ,

State's Attorney II. V. KnlRli Miss GiiHsle Mae Helmet Is exPorted --- and Mist.. same and service turpentine which operators the agricultural FANCY MEETS, bunch lOc\ FRESH SQUASH pound lOcFRESH I 1'I;' "',':;: ,
visitor to Mac One Wiggins
|was a professional to leave Monday to enter /: I I I
MIss fair provides for't the farmer. FRESH CARROTS bunch We PEACHES pound lOc t I
Laura vlulled :
Iclenny and Jacksonville Tuesday. the Florida State College for Worn Lee Hemingway ,.iI '
cousin Miss Louise This will be the only fair ot Its! ,;I I', \
en at Tallahassee. :,
You lust can't think If your fee' ---'-- Lennon In Kustls Sunday. They kind In the entire United States J :I'j'j-'jI
messed Foot Relief, aRd also drove to Orlando before returning at which exhibits will be made of ,
burl' Use Mr. and !Mrs L. R. Blackmon,. 1 ,
I ron can tackle any problem. Ove Uazel and Walter St oman, of Miami home Florida forest products.. aM C snm "t"

P 0 Starke. were guests Saturday of Mr iiicii\r.\V e : : e L\,
and Mrs. S. S, Howling. II, A. Dew of Ortega, has moved ,\('CIlHT wn-asu.\Y.U'TInXoo\:: : ov:: : : B ;: : \

Mr S, T. Dell and Miss HarrleI his family to Starke and occupy
ItUUi in Jacksonville Monday their recent purchase here.fr.\ Where Satisfaction is Certainty !i;
I were Miss! Beverly Cady Is accompnn- Till Wednesady afternoon: as Mr. B. F a )
Dew"ta railway mall clerk
''ng her ulster, !Miss Beatrice Cadyof a Coul.'en was bringing In a load ol ,
Jacksonville on a motor trip to : run being between Tampa amlacksonvtlle. .. mm 1 rF
logs to the loading depot on the & =S11 Im.m1I1 I E m1 iil'I'I'I \
E, M. Nix Seaboard develop Ashevllle, N. C. I tJ. between Lake Duller and _parr IMI4dli.w YIYieeile. eYI.Y.HW :\, i
highway; r.er..rN
menl agent was business visitor .,. -- H"il
Providence: he had an accident !\(). ] 01" "! r."eY7o1" lout'r.tx 1
to Starke Tuesday I Mi' Nathan Johnson, who has L. Chamberin! who has been muon : ;
him his life. ImtrXmrmlUmIllm! [JJmmmmjmmmw.lll'
almost cost I
I been hero several months with the spending the summer months at Notice I Is hvi-KUy, rl.nnthat O. Vf. I t,
The large six-wheel log truck Alderman, holder. of Tax CertificateNo CASK '"rs'1J :
the Tele' con' INS &
Mrs. J. E. Corpenlng Mrs E. MI state rond department has been Bethel Vermont writes EEL nth rfnv .
Johns and Mrs. N. T. Hitch spent' transferred! to Cross City.Miss ;raph to change his paper to Mumlerlin was heavily loaded and the rear The has filed said certificate for In tax omen deedto Say It wIth Flowers and a Fun Un. or : I
broke. unit mad HiipltciLtlon
axle of the trailer ,
I Wednesday In Ja k onvlpe.' Illinois, where he will be iHKiie thereon In accordance with Flowers For All ; ty! .
driver stopping the car too quick t ; 41
'or two months": He stated he ex- law. "aid certlflfiite embracer the Su flee
---- Beatrice Bullen Is visiting Undertakers' '
I drove the logs through the front followlniv deHorlbeil 1 Property rUU (- '
Miss: Mary Illchard of Lak.e nut Friends In Lakeland, Ga, and will pected to return to Starke Nov. 15. Pl* In ill"'ad ford county, Florida, town Occasions lit""
of) the truck one log( striking him : AUTOMOBILE IIIARSB!: :: ,
lor business visitor her Park, where -- -
was Norman
a visit
also at
Southwest of Southeast .
m the shoulder, while a negro; quarter... .. .
:Monday. oho formerly attended school. Col. and Mrs. A. S. Crews spent iaripi, Hefilitn Always en .." .. n. Mt Melee I !i'"
several days of this week in Tallahassee John Ellis, who was riding on the Six. South Range Twenty-two East, Gertrude Godbey .. two lowest pl'l.P....... .et- .. "I f '
truck was Instantly killed by one ctintalnlntf forty acres '.ntl.. t. hl..rap" I I i
:Mrs. Jeff Johns spent.the week Miss Elizabeth Kendrick spent and Madison Mr. Crews The nHHeHMment of raid pronrrtv IUtGIBTKREO MSALba4 r (
lend business' before the state >if the falling logs. ?, under I the :said 1 rirtlflrn'e IHHIIXII wanIn Anderson ; ;
In Baldwin with Mr. and Mrs Jacksonville with having .
week-end In
the the name of 13r O. W. rirnwn.UnleHH ';
Judge and Sheriff Brnn- I I
I Freeman Johns, her uncle and aunt air and Mrs. pardoning board, and they visited! Malnes Maid ovrtlflcatehall. be redeemed --I DEWITT C. JONES ,..
nen went out and viewed the acrordlnv to law, tax deed /.
before return- '
Mills. relatives In Madison Phone 8Waldo, Fla. STARltE, FLA. ; ;
R W. wreck and the body of the doad ""'ill IMIIIItliTenn on the 14tn day of ;
If you have toothache earache, ng. October 2' j
negro, and the Judge decided an Outfit f hl'iol day of September. t
insect bites, wounds ulcers or old Gussie Mae Bennett has I II
Miss: of the deathit A. J) 19ZI I '
sores, piles poison oak, or any: been spending several days In Mr.: and Mrs. W. J. Eppersonind nquest as to the cause a.it'Y'o; Ar.rn t. Hrndforil R1rAN: i t
and Mrs. Dale Vanslckelif the negro was not necessary Clerk of Clrc I
troubles where a liniment Is need Facksonvllle as the guest of Mr. Mr. County, Florida. '
ed, that Is soothing, healing and Dan Boree. Gainesville are In from a two Lake Butler Times 9-U-ftt-l0-1I. : t
and Mrs. F ; ,
Elrectlve, Just pin your faith to weeks stay at the Klckllter cottage -.u .. .. !rim JIB ;
Theatre Installed Ocala Stock yard will be
Blessed P. O. Starke, C. L. Atkinson and >in Klngsley Lake. Mr. Vanslckel
Relief. Over !Mr. and Mrs.
Photophone equipment. erected here by recently organized :Hardware and Furniture 11 { t .
Thursday for St. Augustine -
Fla. little daughter Joyce, of Brooker, eft last .
- -- -
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. where lie will enter the foot- -- -- Coffins and Caskets :I:'f '

-- all training camp, while Mra.'ansickel 1M \I
lodges Sunday. will remain here- for atail. Atwater Kent Radios 'f"' 4 1
A returned ::.. -, :;,_, -- ... )4ti! IR.i.:: : "t!: : -j.t, '. : '< '/4.it--.J."J: : ti4 I J)
CENT IVORDCOLUMN Miss Cftgsle White baa And Radio Supplies \ i:

home after mountains spending of several Henderson-weeksn NOTICE: To all residents of __ __ ..... __ ._ ........._w__ --"--___ ,----_ -..... )4
the m

rifle and Hlllgirt _N. C Starke should never and vicinity.lie without Your the messed home- StarkeHardware& I '

I. FOIl RENT Furnished apart TheVoman'a Missionary Unionit Remedies at any time; the -
----- -- ; "
I Furniture Co.
ment. J. F. Kl kllter, Starke 2- the Methodist church will meet Messed Relief is for muscular I '' :
afternoon 4 o'clock Tamps; or wherever a liniment la
18-tf. next Monday
r--- it the church. Business and program needed for quick and positive .renKg. I\j: 'fj"'fj"v : i''
meeting. Blessed Foot" Relief Is exactly -
FOR SALE Second runner Mis what Its name Indicates-- -- -- l '..

Blonary strawberry plant. Nelson II. A. Bishop left Thursday fori leased. Once a patron-always a Slogan Contest t. '
It* Sales Dept, over P.O., 'f''
Green, Starke. i month's vacation In Black Mountain latron. ; \
and Ashevllle, N. C. and before itarke, Fla. Good live agents ,Ii: i

FOR RENT Furnished apart- hs! return will spend a while wanted at all limes. OPEN SATURDAYWith :: '<1 I ,f:

ment and rooms. Mrs. N. B. In Hot Springs Ark. ttof
Hull.\ 2t., Flies have caused more deaths $ 5.00 IN GOLD 11. '
Mr. and Mrs. DeWItt C. Jones han all wars combined-yet some .1 \.

FOR daughter, Elise, have returned ot us do nothing to help prevent ,
SALE Missionary straw- and '!
Flies have no ,: ,
after spendinghe
berry Gainesville .
plants from new ground. to .
cottage irefcrence-you o'r some of your \
at >
Ready Le'Hch,latter Starke.part 'of August.8-16-tf.C summer on Klngsley Lake, 'amlly or friends may be next, will be given' for the beat slogan sent iii,
'--. Start today--and kill every one a Full Line of Dry Goods, Shoes, Ladies' :'; l lJ I;:

PLEASANT ROOM FOR RENT In .Mr. and Mrs. J, T. Quigley have you nee. It Is very easy It you use' in for. "FRANK'S AUTO LAUND hri\ .
trip 'LY-TOX the product developed 'r
Private. See borne Mrs Conveniently E. K..Perry man.located. returned from a motor RY", which will be opened about OCT. and Men's Rcady-lo-Wcar.' "t. !".'I.,.

9-G-21.. t..,r"' ri
1st, 1920. !'t ,

FOR RENT Small bungalow FREE! j. r.i;

W ,' garage. Ten dollars a mailed in sealed J & R. STORESB. :'r t,J
must be
w nth J. II. Lord & Co.:, Furniture All slogans H

Store. It.1UVT "f ,t'.t t'.tJ
,- t, ".v. flij envelope, marked SLOGAN CON. J,''I t.
j '" {hit
? SEVERAL "LOVELt POT One .Half Barrel I '
TEST addressed to
Plants will dispose of for reasonable -

prices prices, also Easter I. LARD'S Jacobs Manager ::1
lily\ bulbs and pink hardy phlox. ;

Mr W B. Alexander, Hampton. FRANK'CARPENTER .11.11.j
Fla 964t. A FlourIn J. .
The Perf.ct Self Rising .j
y'-OR Biscuit flour In Store formerly occupied by Rogers )
SALE Missionary straw- .. '
be'ry plants, extra tine $2.25Per ,
1000, and you dig them. order to .Introduce; this famous flour we will) give with every 5-lOc Store ., I ir.

Chas C. Smith P. O. Box 124, 21 lb. sack a numbered coupon t..at may win the half barrel ;

-Waldo, Fla. 2t* CONTEST Cf' TC; ccr.. r'1."1929 --- STARKE, FLORIDA -r; } .t

Wanted _
500.000 { rTORE __ ._ !
plants Sept. 15th to ':_ u ', : _, .' ._ _- : : ( t r
Oct the Best" "
15th. j. T. Moore. Law- Florida "First With \ I
Starke, "
tey. 9-8-3t. "
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FI.OUID.\ i 1:1
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miAnronn COUNTY TKLroitArii: OTARKR. "
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i i1 ... ..........., The month of September has September brings i
months before ]
-- 'N'" four five they
--- or ; I
._.. .. __ 'I'' ,
s __ __ _' .._ --- -r- liars! regained something like what t 1'l boon designated: by a number of I logs fruit ripening ;, 1,,, : ,

J-ToHldent Harding would probably I Bl.It.\I ('O:\IMON KKNSK II | eooperatingIIII'JI1I'1Its and Florida for market, vel1":> i ',, I'I'n' *
Farmers & Farming '. How to have called, 'A state of normalcy" I fly 1'1)\11114) JohnsenLtvtroinu I. utilities companies as national planted, tourists atari in'", ,11,?''I, nt iUR

RaisePoultry While nearly all feathers are food preservation month. Atten- business picking up nl] ,

molted at one time or another, the tion of the public all over the Ida. September) is rIIII, II, ''
most reliable guide Is the mannerIn T<> <*"" Hen Tliat Lour United States will be directed to ing of the fall and win,' 'I'n'
?' Agricultural Editor) '
( "
Instcnd of maintaining. a In this state and bushy,
which wing feathers are molted Lay the necessity of I ,, a,
.. Dr. L. D. LeOrar V. S. of 50 degrees in come the return of '
-- --'- -- --- -- -- -- -- Dy late molting hen safe temperature sun's ,
High producing/ .Mrs. Johnson and! I were over at i'nxl'" ''

Farmers and Truckers Are Invited to Contribute Ar St.0 Louts(.......,r.fthaOnt.rbveterinary Me.ir.l.Ge.eb. molt taster than one feather at I 4 a culling demonstration at a nearby both Ice and mechanical refrigera ness.

time, or else they molt only a partof and learned tors. .
and Methods FoundTo OlWfc 1SV1.: ThlrtT-W farm recently
ticles of Farm Experiences
of vrunat.-este.rv!II.. stack ....pnadc.ar poultry Eml dlu.ers__. their feathers carrying other something about bow to tell a .-+i v Hat pins with, heads I III, ,'.h, ,, ? oil
De Best Suited to Our Country : oapmrlay.ad.teokt.lal.a.Nad.n.ttty over to another year. Poor layers, good laying hen from a poor one. For Sale, Want and Exchange and stuck through .and'( ,i ',.
i keep
{ ___ -_ __ -- -__ _-..---- -_ I N.....uthoranj k.o.rw poultry 1_breeder.. on the other hand, may molt but The extension poultry specialist bulletin has been established in the candles In shape 1\11\ lie hUI
-- -'. wing feather at a time so that of Agent John II. weather says Miss Don
-- ---- -- - -- -- one was there and told ua how to pick the office County "?I it'
1 AUKNTM "" the require as long as that of ifernando county for the home demonstration ,,,
('Ol'XT1"lt < -- --Artll'lo XXXI process may out the poor layers-those Logan I agmu' II, Oka:
Cattle Tick Is I'OMHVT KIHTATIO.VAL lrTIXOU'H: 24 weeks. Most poor layers take are not apt to bring in more money uso ot farmers in the the county. loosa county.
Till: (Hi\T -
TOl'HS OKGainesville IS'l'EHJ'r:::! very. nearly this! long to complete than the cost of their feed-so that
1 Routed From the molting of their wing feathers, they can be removed from the

} Fla. Reports of so it can be seen that this Is a very flock, permitting more profit to be s

Duval At Last the agricultural: extension division The Puzzling I'lionomenoii of :Molt accurate index of productiveness made from the ones that are kept.

hero show that Florida county I hug Mil) 1W, VtHNl. AM a Valuableltthlc Although the alleged dismay of The specialist gave each of us a

agents have recently conducted a (; Wlion Culling: llock to young Mrs. Newlywed as related It chart to help us in doing the work Lei Your Tell

.. Another battle has been won- large number of educational tours. IHlmlnate:. Poor l-'Ktf: 1'ioducers,. tho beginning of this article is when he, Is not with us. Here is Figures

the cattle fever tick has disappeared In which farmers In one section I -- doubtless more or less: of an exaggeration what the chart said about how to

4 ''kfi, from off the present Duval have visited In other sections: to< A rather amusing story has there 'Is no escaping the pick out the layers from the non.

country front.Aeeordlng learn of the farming practice gained considerable! circulation fact that'a hen during the molting layers. 'Which Feed :

to the monthly! staystical there. among poultry fanciers. Young : time Is really very much out of Good Layer ii'W ..

report made public from the I Perhaps the biggest/ tour( of Mrs. Newlywed stopped the loral' condition and should receive extra Comb: lied large/ waxy full.

$; 1 offices of Dr T. W Cole Inspector them all was made into Dade veterinary\ on the street and demanded food and attent'lon. Care and feed- Ryes: Outsundl'iig\ bright, well foilse

ill I :r,+ in charge of the field activities In county in late August to visit the that he como'over immediately -' Ing ot hens at this time might be apart, roundish. :

I Florida. United States bureau oft dairies and arouse more Interest to inspect her flock of the subject of a separate article in Face: Clean cut free from

t I 4' animal Industry, division! of tick In better breeding bulls and more blooded leghorns. A lot of them itself I shall therefore let i It.. wrinkles and yellow color. .

( 'I_ eradication a total of 25,493 In- forage crops. Ninety-two farmers she laid, had suddenly become afflicted suffice to say that molting hens I Body: Deep both front and rear "VVTE- OFFER you Purina

spectora of animals In Duval conn from Henry Okeechobee/ Martin with a strange, apparently should have plenty of good shade, slab sided ''W
ty during August/; failed to reveala food and ample protection Chows on just one I
and Palm Beach counties made contagious malady nourishing Back: Broad Width carried '
single cattle tick In the area tot the trip with county agents C. A. When asked for a description of from bad weather. A'good i welt toward tail. basis-they must make more

t the north and west of the St. Fulford of Okeechobee C. P. this! peculiar disease,- she explained mineral tonic! should also be given Pelvic bones: Two or more fingers -

Johns river. The eradication program (Heuck of Martin, and M. U. that one after another, they' had I them so their appetltles will be apart thin, pliable. money for you than anything

: : being undertaken by the Mounts of Palm Beach. ceased laying and then begun to whetted for an abundance of food Pelvic,to breast bone: Three or eke you can feed to your poul- ,

r state live stock sanitary board In J. W Malone Okaloosa county lose their feathers in a most Then they will take the necessary moro fingers with no bagginess
with the federal government try or live stock. Unless Purina does this
lzi co-operation agent and P. Brett, manager, of a alarming fashion Starting with nutriment to offset the strain on Shanks: Bleached and rather ,

p) actually began in the producers' association, conduct the neck feathers, they had suc- their system, grow their feathers flat. you don't want to buy it. '

? r country on March 4, last. a tour of Okaloosa farmers into cessively lost in turn the body again(; and get back to laying. Skin: Thin loose, velvety.

I"M Seventy-two vats are'being/ used Baldwin arid'Mobile ('counties, Ala.. feathers then the tall feathersand Feed a variety of good sound Vent: Large, moist, faded. Put Purina to the test of the record sheet 1)-

s in the county as Dr. J. R. Wlrtha to study methods of marketing finally most of the wing grains such as oats, wheat, corn Feathers: Old, worn late molt. and scale
d lln continues the efforts to stamp the -right out on your own
feed too
and bran. Dut do not
eggs and live poultry cooperatively feathers until they were practically Poor I-ajer
out the tick. A total of 10,534 and to locate herds of good] nude and truly pitiable objects much, corn as that is too heating. Comb: Pale, small, scurfy shriv place. Keep track of your feed costpfyour

cattle makes up the cow population dary: cattle with the Idea of bring- I The young woman was naturally Feed also some sunflower seeds
income of Purina
h 4 profits.
In that of the count eled.Eyes your may
part ing In a carload this fall. quite relieved( when the old doctor and linseed meal. Also little more : Sunken dull, turning in
"" where the active program Is sinr 13. 1 1C. Lawton of Madison con- Informed her that It was just' as of meat, green cut bone or .meat toward the nostrils. cost you a little more in the sackbutthe

? derway. The month's Inspections ducted a tour' of the cotton and natural for her hens to shed their. scraps than !Is usually fed and give' Eye" ring and beak:. Yellow. milk beef will
included 3,439 horses and mules extra eggs, ,pork or more than offset that, After
corn demonstrations In his county. feathers at a certain time of the plenty of milk If possible. Feedan Face: Heavily fleshed, yellow,
tr Preliminary work has been Initial Interest was stimulated !In his year as It was for certain kindsof abundance of greens. Have coarse. all, it's the results in the pocketbook that you're interested in.

s ed in that part of the country to county. Interest was stimulatedby trees to shed their leaves. They pure fresh water available at all Body: Shallow round.

the west and south of the river, offering prizes to the farmers were simply molting and would recover time*. All this will help bring Back Narrow,* sloping,. taper- ,
the active of dipping tcRet ,Ask us for free record sheets and the loan of
program the hen back Into laying condition '
t 1 guessing nearest to the actual shortly without any great effort ing.
under next March 4. n milk scule. Leius: send Purina
way yields of cotton and corn in the on her part.I rap'dly. Pelvic bones: Less than two you enough
? Other counties\ which the active _,-.- to prove Its value to you. Phone,us-or drop in.
demonstration' plot shall make no effort to vouchfor fingers apart.
d dipping: program was begun R S. Dennis was aided by civic the truth of this story. I do ('Ol'S'I'Y, AfJKNTN: AKK Pelvic to breast bones: Less
b in March to join the clear column BRADFORD COUNTY'FARl\IEHS __
tr clubs: In conducting a tour of the not hesitate to say, however that ,\foIsrSTISH 1..UnmRA than three fingers often baggy or -,
were: Gilchrist, where 16,037 dip- cotton, corn and livestock demonstrations I have often been amazed at the MAIIKKTIXO: : HOGS hard fat < SUPPLY COMPANY & -

tj pings or inspections failed to in Taylor county Forty- comparatively lack of knowledgeeven Oalnesvllle Fla.-County agentsof Vent<<,\, : Puckered, dry yellow --

lF' bring out'any of the parasites. eight people visited nine different I among a great many experienced }Florida particularly the north Shank: Yellow and rounded. Starke Phone 151 '.\
'k Baker Suwannee and]
? farms. poultry raisers on the sub- ern and western part are assist- Skin: Thick hard coarse.
Union counties, where final work An all-day tour was conducted In ject of molt. For example thereIs ing farmers In marketing hogs!! Feathers: Either molting or The Store with' the Checkerboard SignControlled :#fi 4 n; ;", \

is underway reported no ticks for Leon county recently by County considerable difference of opinion Reports of the agents to their state new feathers.

': the. month as did Broward, Dade, Agent n!, C. Hodge. Demonstra- even among experts as to office the agricultural extension 4Frostproof .: : m1 :> ij

.Y4*', Franklin, Gulf and Martin counties tions of Interest and a dairy farm whether the molt affects and controls division indicate that there is a I' -- Citizens Bank re tlr.:1dm mrIDlr} 1 ,j _
where relnfestatlons had oc-
whetheregg number of hogs to be marketed opened.
_ were visited. I. egg production or good
Burred several months ago. .
production controls the molt. eo-operatlvely. -- --- -- -

Clay county reported only one 1.nTII.IZIJ: ; SITHUMAH: 1 Some contend that a hen stops lay- E. H. Vance of St. Johns county I

tick Infested animal and accordIng IS IIAUIA': FAM.I TPIIOTIH'T < ing because she is getting; ready to says :'Considerable' interest Is being -

A to the report. I It, was a cow FROM COM) molt and others maintain with ; manifest in the raising of hogs ...
4t who, crossed over from Putnam equal sprit that the hen won't for market. Farmers are realizingthat

county, where the program will not molt until after she is through it takes good stuff to bring I' v- f)
,1' begin; until next March. The nine Oalnesv'lle, Fla. Septemberand ",/
with the business of egg production the highest prices. They are doing
infestations reported in Levy county October constitute the critical' for the time being at least.I their best to replace piney woods 4

were from wild cattle killedIn period of the year for a satsuma myself, am strongly inclined to rooters with, purebreds, even
the Gulf Hammock and animals grove and Its treatment as this I I < have to reduce the
the latter theory and am supported though they
tt' who wandered In from Marlon and period( will in a large measure determine -; "
In by belief by a great many number for the: present.
Sniuter counties, where the dip- the loss from cold in January qualified observers who also have County Agent J. W. Malone of IL'
ping work has not been begun. and February. Trees that are
given the matter considerable Okaloosa made a trip into Houston
tl t Bradford county reported 2 tacky fertilized! during this season are In scientific study. county Alabama to investigatetheir
animals for the month. A total of good condition when the cold
The exact sequence) ia of no particular system of marketing bog Aproducers'
139.990 animals including 18.510 weather comes and withstand the \
moment to practical poul- association in Okaloosa
horses and mules, was inspected or cold much better. try'raisers, however. The fact remains has been Induced to start the cooperative M
d'pped In the fifteen counties in This suggestion for satsuma
that molting does not start marketing of. hogs this I
f which the dipping program is uni growers of the state comes fromJ. '
until after egg production has fall and the farmers seem much
i ; derway. Lee Smith district extension ceased only in exceptional cases interested. I'

-. agent for north and west Florida.It regardless of which, governs the According to Mitchell Wilkins i

i IIJ backed up by tests conducted( other. Just why hens are committed agent In Walton county hogs now I

4 I I at the Experiment Station and the to this peculiar habit of In the fields are making good
IIINTH TO Hot MhtYIV14; experience of 'a large number of
shedding their feathers once a years gains and a carload co-operative
4, I Iw in the
i successful satsuma growers another matter which has been shipment will be made In October.
AVVekly from Homo Ih-nionxl
stale the subject of a. great many pro- "Scales and grading pens were
tion SIMM lallHttt, Tallahasstr, Is Mr. Smith that
It true, says,
found treatises by learned scien- Installed during August at Mar-
more trees have been killed Indi- tific men. The average poultry lanna for conducting cooperativehog "nil,

y The Pall fturdcn rectly by thirst and hunger than raiser is, however, mainly concerned sales," says Sam. II. Round- 11.1-
by any other cause. During Sep- with the fact that this peculiar tree of Jackson county "Similar
; Planting the fall and winter gar tember and October moisture Is
is already) in at Malone
phenomenon may serve as a very equipment '
den begins In August and September. and food is hot being !"
scarce plant
i valuable. guide In the culling out and Q-racevIll and is being Installed -
; Cabbage and their kin lettuce made available as rapidly as at '
of poor layers from the rest of at Campbellton. Cooperativesales
S celery endive. spinach, car- other seasons. If no care Is given scheduled for week
the flock. are every I Miv s
rots and beets, all thrive best in at this time the fall growth U like- "
Most authorities now agree during September. I In.
t y cool weather. Therefore these to be small and spasmodic. The *
vegetables ly
the hens which start molting earliest E. Lawton of Madison re- ;
should be planted at such leaves turn and do not( develop
yellow sale '
carload of
the co-operative
and keep it up longest are ports a
ty d; a time that most of the growing to full size. poorest layers. Good layers seldom hogs the last week in August and
period will be In the cool monthsof An appllcatltnl of fertilizer containing -
; start molting until later in the fall another on September 3. He says Servo
the year. Consult your planting nitrogen about the middleof
and are completely finished in that eight more cars will be readyto EnclosedbroJes
'; k t tables. September will prevent the run- from six to eight weeks. Less move by the last of this month.
No garden deserves to be called down condition of the trees. Par- marketed
productive hens, on the contrary Some top hogs are being -
q a garden without Its row of okra. ticularly Is this true If grass and from according to D. I
may start as early as June July Lafayette
It grows luxuriantly from the weeds have been kept down and
or August/; and fiddle around for C. Getger.: unrivalled for smooth silent
J southern-most counties of Florida the summer cover crop is off by - --- sure,
r a. In fact, it is beloved pf the entire I' this time. In a previous state-

1; South ment Mr. Smith pointed out the in weaf/ter
$ .
Okra may be used as a hack-! necessity for removing the cover 1: any P.

ground or border and would be especially crop before the dry period begins, e) \-c .

useful for screening unsightly so thai the moisture in the soil To
Buick pioneer of four-wheel
object, owing to its habit may be saved for the trees. brakes braking effort
falls the
( : now distinction of another '
,. of growth and attractive flowers. The first year after a grove is lp I achievement in major They reveal un '
this vital field
Strawberries have been removed set out it should receive liberal es : matched respon

,,1 from the Hat of plants which can- applications of fertilizer at frequent development and introduction of .Buick siveness to the

not be grown on account of the intervals. The pruning of Controlled effective Servo Entlosed: Brakes-the slightest pedal pressure. And they are so

Mediterranean fruit fly. They the roots in setting Is quite a han- + most four-wheel braking system perfectly controlled that "grabbing"' is entirely -

tt make good plants for the home dicap to the young trees and the ever devised for any automobilef'! unknown! When you apply these

y1 garden as well as for the truck extra fertilizer given at this time I fJ Buick's new brakes are of the highly embrakes., you obtain the most )positive,as well

patch. They should be set in Sep will pay for Itself In giving the I cient internalexpanding'type.They are as the smoothest and most silent action you

tember and October. Strawberries trees a good start. jrk: wroYS / fully enclosed-fully protected against dust have ever experienced in automobile!
I have a distinct crown from At any age it is wise to-apply .,,(19'5' '' dirt and water-and thus assure maximum any

4 which the leaves originate. Plants enough; fertilizer containing nitrogen KILL \, braking effectiveness under all weather Drive the new Buick! Test not only ItS

should be set so that this crown to keep the trees in vigorous & esMuNSEC S>!) \ conditions. matchless new brakes but its brilliant all
',, in just above the level of the growing condition, with leaves \ round performance riding comfort and
L ." HoO.i.M.Coma*.!'" They the
ground. The roots should be thick, leathery, and dark green in represent highest development of driving ease-all of\Vhic combine to estab-
earth Iit .IH-Hie*_MoMiuilars-Bedbug*-Roach-*-Moth -Anl -Flea* the fish
y spread well apart and the color. value
Waterbugtt_Crickets and maur other tnserUIfnf the car's SBwff the 3L3tSft.-
should be packed firmly around -.- ever !
r'4'; ? i them. All but two or three of the Every Indication points to a *for ttfecalioMl'......Ief.McConmc Of Co,,&IJim_.AW. BUICKSlOTOR

i' leaves should be removedIn milliondollar industry in West COMPANY. FLINT MICHIGAN
younger ..' .
Canadian Factories DW J IG... l M ?
'' In order to balance top and roots. Volusla. from asparagus plumosus McUughlm-Buiik. Oibiw*.Ont. Gry.r...ion Builder or O>2
ferns.! Estimates carefully made. a and Marqunc Motor Car

I' Bunched carrots turnips and show that more than half of that NEW PRICES

beets formerly humble vegetablesof figure Is now relalzed in this section Jl8- Wheelbase Mod"la .IZlS I... LOW U. Wheelbo. Models $146' to $1495
of the home garden have become from this Industry. With the 4/ lU' Wh"elb..Models$15Z to ;1199'

i of large commercial importance I In present expansion and even more Tbw a..ci.a.prl_C..a.ane I. a ... r""_....". SpecW oqul......... ntn. Buick d.a.er.daIc.. lar'u'' only _".b" ....._ foe d.Uwn< d
recent years reports the Bureau Important organization of those in cae ba sa..d o.tho 1.ben1 em.p.riea'MAC Time P.rmant. PI.... c-.w. .1.. ............. pricer well sm rbr

of Agricultural ':Economics United this business Into a co-operative -0. v.lus ...

i' (States. Department of Agriculture. association this income should v REGISTERM ii

1 The carrot for example regarded show rapid Increase says the De- y COMPANYStarke

1 an a soup Ingredient, has Jumped Land News.
pc, la production from 3,184,000 bus- .

hels in 1928 to 6,838,000 bushels Keysvtlle Keysvllle Lumber If y es t'sl_rea.t.........r wtJ! IJi M-lee' .Tic and.H JS.Gua-JOiI Florida
t in 1928-Florida growers please Company plan re-opening of mills 9PH dt..r h?P.rlil r.rt 1'.d.rrloe, 2)-. See.ad tlJDOGuo


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/ I...... ................. Waldo In |( '" during month .__ IOii.01 nhi< deHcrlbcd lands. 8WV% of NW'/i, NW'i' of $W4, ',
Miss Edna WtlllaniH uf \u, ,t s during I month t) ___ 11 I I H.7'l !' The Bradford" ,fnuiily, T.I"lrnl'h. awuekly He.tol >0, Township 8. 1 tun go nt, t
I i :Miss| Iris Brown was attending spending this week with Thelma Hal. H >t. 1, l 1129 157251Hnl. 1 4 nvwHpaper, Ati'CH 79.90.\ .

Thy word is a lamp( unto my feet and a light unto my path.[ -Psalm! 119:105.: lo business in Starke lattt Satur- Brown here. 11,111 '' ,r.'ltur. I'u.I town Florida of, IN HIRrk.l l.y, n"ldtord dsigiitteti" Count ttH' thn')', I ,
f" | !. AUK. 1. 11120 ._ .-. .. 3205.0fl"v.t <\ l rl : I..."" In llrmlfwrd (.."t Florida .
day. liiiH. tltiilnv month 4,.::1 vWarrnnu in v II lull this notice Khalibo I t
"' All religious teaching doctrine i Mr. and Mrs. R. M Johnson of during monthIA37.- .&! IUbfl"h" for four consecutive( HEW of N\V'4 NH of SWVi ami.SWV4 .

l f 11tnr; 1.1.d. of ill tl1Un. creed, il they arc to have any claim or I Mr. A. B. Surrency and son here made a business trip to 1In I. nit.( i. 11':111.Iti.nil: Fund. war. .'Vl'NFSR... Thl Honorable, A. Z. Unnite) of 22 SWU, ACres Section 1(19.t3.23, $, .

I the love, 10 and devotion of the people must be In harmony with Mullie and John Molt! were transacting Stacks Sunday morning./ / ? F Hl. Ann. 1. 1 U21! .. ... _3211.(IIU / ', as :SiNo U. W. Alderman to satisfy xuld and oot :'

liP chinua of Jesus the Christ whose words fit Into every fold and crevice- business in Starke last Miss Thelma Drown who has celpta ilurliiK month _- __ :354,1Vrrtnis the, Clerk'liv and o( )the Etsrkc seal Florida of thin ,courtIn tilts Hated thin 29th day of August A. I.I' '

1 1nhr'I I human heart} and of whom" it was said in John 7:46, "NEVER,MAN Tuesday been In the hospital at Starke \Hal., Wfpt./ tliirtiitr I. 1H21! month_ ._-_----_3695 hl /of Heptember.: 19gl.O. D. 1919. ., V t tAi ,\ ,,' \

LPAKB LIKE TillS MAN.Vhv Publicity I"D.tI W. AM>I3UMAX. .T. N. nLACKWDLL. ( 'J
Mr.! and Mrs. R. W. Brannen returned home Tuesday. We wish TIll I. AUK. i I. man: .._, __ 3 !I.27 (CK-rk'n Seal> Clerk. Special Master In Chancery In e,,

IIOUld we sing and rejoice!? reverence. Carelessness I In this and daughter }Pauline spent the her a speedy, recovery.Mr. K,TI.IH|| during month ___ 3,131Winrantx J, U FHAZKV1 I Klnrkv. Florida. mild 1 ca.ua. 1

\, r read-Isaiah 40:13.CM : particular has probably ruined week-end hero with her parents and Mrs. Henry Padgett are Uul. Sept..
Twirho-J UN How to I'I'ay! more schools than any othei Mr. and Mrs. II. P. GaIney. of a boy. OiitMtnmllnir KamiBill. for Complainant.' ,"
!' the proud parents Auir. I. 1DJ:. .. __ 25l! OlItuuelptH U-fi-5t-10-4. I '
I \1IWW,, : 0:0: 7, 8. Jesus said: cause Misses Josephine Cheuser and Mrs. Ii. K. Roberts and Mrs. during month __ u- 45.7' %('lI'll ,eI.' MtlTKICM( : !\,1BY I' 12k,

li\\11',IL, thOU prayest enter tnto The description of the congregation FioreneVard"' were visiting in Ethel; Ellerbee and children were. WnrrunU\V tlurliiK..I..>. '.month.' ....IonIIRI __. 304.81 MVNTICICS. IXOTK'K OF S 'LI'] '; :: ;

iv.-luHet. and when thou has "men and women and all that Wildwood last Monday. visitors here Friday. .%tiw. 1. 192U: ____ __.___ _-102.77Hili. :!\ VinTUlS ot a decr-n of sate. tinted -- 1 "l'' I! 't''
__ _____ .. 13nrt.KerelptH < August 23, A. I>. In the '
to thy Father could hear with understanding. AIIK, 1, 1929 1129. Hereby notice In given that under ,'
and Hubert -
,ilil hY. door pray MI'. Carlos Balls of Lacrosse Mr. A. G. Brown son during month ______ 83.31 cauxe of Tru t & Savings and by virtue of that certain final I
In secret; and thy Fatheihlrh shows that there was no classification business visitors to WnrinntM tlarliiK month ___". 87.Al 'a.merl decree nf forecloxure made by the j ,
hirh' } i IS was visiting here last Monday. were Hank, .a corporation, VH. I I o.
_____ ____ 1252.4: cotplalant.
In secret shall rewanee as to "financial educational, lEa!. 8: .pt. I. 111X9: J'i.ige of the Circuit Court In and ,
eeth Jacksonville Monday. .AvrlcHltnrnl KamiHill. Frank 8.( Owen, et al 1 I. d."nd'lntH. for" H'adford "Florida on thelillh I "I
, ,p..ne4y., 7. -But when ye pray, social or polltcal! standing" All Mr. G. W. and E. M. Hazen were Mrs. Kate Starling returned AllC.( 1. 1\1.19! :! -__ ___ _____ D21.il p'.ntting In the Circuit Court 'ln.- ( dav of Cnlllly.ug'. F>. I I (". In favor 45.r ;,, ." '

? nol( vain repetitions as the< who would come and Jiear attentively transacting business In Starke home Sunday after a visit with her Kxcolut WiMTttntfl durlnK durlnt month month__-_.__ _. 475.01:33.31! ida. Tw.nly..Uth Judicial Circuit.In of Hrndford. and intaliixl County Tank.IJniter-a cor- l'\ I','

, ,'.ftthcn, do: for they think thai were on an equal 'footing. last Friday.Mr. daughter. Mrs. Nlta Padgett.Mr. Hal. $ept. 1. 1929! .. _. n -. 171I.BI! !\ and for I'ulnam County, In Chancery I.rallon., ; .|- bin wife and ; ,," ,
H. P. GaIner and Mr. D. Iliill.Unw Fund which saul decree IH of recordIn th, 1'owell-Smtth Company .
for their mud The lesson "all the people a corporntlon I '
sliall be heard says and Mrs. Sim Brown and Hal. All If. 1. 1U21I: .n. _____ 4fl7.lt' defenduntii.' I ,
L. Jones transacting business t" record book In
8. Be not ye therefore wept when they heard the words were ; Howard were visitors to his llri-vlptH durlnir, month _____ 33.31 tho a'l'r"l.rll The tindemlKiied its Special I Ia"'q'
, enkniK in Jacksonville last Tuesday. son WHrriintH during mouth BO) 01Hal. olllce of the Clerk of the Circuit ter, offer for nalc at the 1. 4,
Father of the law. These had wIl %.
IK., unto them : for your people brother A. G. Brown Tuesday.Mr. Sept. 1. 11129!> _u.__ ___ 440.61 Court of Putnam County, Florida door the court houxe In Htarkn, J&4'':
things have need not been able to rend the bc-rlp- Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Jones are Yarboroughare I hereby certify that' the forcirolnnwtateinient between tho bourn of eleven I ,
what ye Circuit
,,?\\ ,Hi and Mrs. Emery showing: balances, :at tin I In the oince of the Clerk of the 'IO"dl., .
the proud parents of another girl o t. a. in. nnd o'clock p. m ,I
ask him. tures they had no Bibles except of a a girl ot Court of Clay County "Florida 'JWI "
t before ye the proud parents Iteglnnlntc of pnd at the on 1..lny. < -. 1'2U.( t" the i w,
.r: 0 send out Thy Light a few manuscript copies kept born Sept. 2. 1929. born Sept. 5. the month herein above Mated nnof < In the oftlce of the Clerk of the hloh..t bext bidder the. it

Pmi, Let them lead me:: by the scribes and priests. Many Miss Elsie Barry, who has been and daughter the receipt and warrant l.will mi<-< ant Circuit 'ourt ot Hrudford County, 'I\n\ described: properly: lylnn "-
31l( Thy Truth: Mr. Elder King durlnir .nl bring me unto Thy Holy: of these Jews had probably never spending some time In Punta Tor- motored over here Saturday the r.-<>(()" of my olllre. anil la Ire<. Klorlilc, to which decree and plat-ex to-wlt: 'I
U, 1 ihi-m da returned home last Monday.Mr. Novella and correct to the bent of nw Unqwl'vdK of record reference In hereby mlle The Northeast quarter of the ;'i
; i
111! heard the law read. They saw their morning.Mr. ;. .. and nellef.. I aUo rerrlfy thai for a greater. particularity, the un- Northwest 'iiiai-ter of section 7, Twp, I I I
transgressions 'of God's laws and and Mrs. Fred Green of Brown and Eddie the following; I" A lint of nil fount:! 6, HOllh. of Range 22 Muxt contain- ,":
Frank chancery
I Jacksonville, were visiting friends ileponltnrlaH, Mhowlnn: the balance Ir der.II"I. nil special muster III lug 40 acre more or lexx.J. '
therefore wept. But Ezra and Wasdln of Waldo, motored over each at the close of the month herelrflrft ". cause, BKt'eeabla to thn I,. FHAZEE. ,,

SUNDAY SCHOOL Nehemlah said to the people. "Go, mere last Monday.Mr. here Sunday afternoon. .Mtattnl and the amount of ..e.. terms of said decree, will offer for Special Master. I ,''' I 41Tlerebv
furnlnlied by each nuh dupoB.Itory M. 1
LESSON your way eat the fat and drink and Mrs. Lloyd Barry were Mian Thelma Drown of this place onrlty, and the amount of Interen'pum Hale and soil at public outcry for F. JOIS8.. Complainant 1 1 l::7;'
I I the sweet and send portions unto, visiting In Hampton last Sunday. visiting Mrs. Irene Lamb of 1 or "r..llt..1! durlnwr diild montl cniih In hand to the hlgrheHt bidder !-C-St-10-4 I .:, "

Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. Colson were was by *ii I'll unlit. rienOKitiiry on accountor at the front door of I ho court houiw _ -- --- "
them for whom nothing is prepared Sunday. current dally balances or time cl* f "
roil) sKi'TKMiiKii: in, u>2i> : neither be ye sorry : for the visiting in Hampton last Sunday. Miss Pauline Mills and Delia pOHltM.Wltnenft. let of In }'llltka. l'ulaO('olnty. 1"lorl.ll., t'ft8i1ulSI(," I.ItiE. I' 1.13 I."" '
i member mv hand this day during .. leKal bourn of mile un
Subject: Teaching the law olK iI joy of the Lord i Is your strength." Miss Louise Caraway a Surreucy motored to Brooke September. 1929.! Monday the 7th day of O"obcr. A. notice Ix Ilven that under ,\ ; '
I of Hampton school faculty spent (J. ,V. ATJtUrtMAN.Clerk and, by virtue of. decree i1< ,
Let us remember that one Thursday afternoon. of the Circuit CourtHradfon D., *929, nil of the estate, rlttht title, thlt -
| of and In the
with friends. .nt"I'"d \
here O"le "' f
"The opening ol source of a Christian's Joy Is to the week-end S county interest unil tulty( of I the saul de (' "I".ltn", Hrndfotd, county "'i 4. "

Golden Text; "send portions to them for whom Miss Inez'Newman., a member Blanche Alderman D. C. f.ndunt. I'rlllk H. Ow..n. In and to Florida, In Chancery IHIIM. on the ft 1 ,; \,-

y words glvetli light. Psalm of this school faculty spent the ........................ the land, mentioned In the bill of :ilril,' duv tit Sept. A. I'I. l ) : favor, ti,:.., .
nothing l Is prepared. cI.iIIK's: urroitT of Witt HurKexx' ,'olllllnlnt. and I
MI! no.: -.- week-end at her home In Tallahas complaint all decree of xnle In luildcauxe nxHliiHt ItoKii Hell V..Hu. ".Inma" I'' ;'..

Lesson Text: Nehemlah 8 : 1-3 :; : KOATDRAINMm. Clerk of Circuit dexcrlhed' aft fullown, to.wl.: Ieuc l her hlMhal.l., lialxt-y Moirli '; '
FIRST ('II JtIWl'L\N CliCHe see. Report of the and Ivern MI..I'I.. huxband, tht. .
5. it : 8:8-12.: Prof. and Mrs. Laird and daugh/ S llInnclH Kilwanln: Cor. Court In and for Rratlford. County Imid .1'iiliiniit C,.... KlurlilaS'i ,uiidetxlKiied, nx foininlnMli.ni.ru. will (I "
of Taxes assess
The doings of this lesson occurd Bible School and communion te,'', Jean spent the week-end In: ...' ...... ........ ..... Florida II d for ,the on year account 192!). of SF.i/j I KiTtlon U Township 9. offer floor of ami "BI ,In.t front hoiiKH of 'hi the I ( south '," ,

HI Jerusalem about 445 n. C.,. Alabama with friends and rela C. A. Knifrtit, tAX collnctorStnrke ,range :2:1: Acres, 8000. Fli.rlilii, biitwei'ii I the hot,rs of"llrkl. ,
ninety years after the rent services each Lord's Day at 10 I i And still it rains. Kin.. Kept. 1. 1112 1 SHU:I of NV%. KVj( of \V'itJ>'( of (,'' lock n. m. and two t't'iu'k p..I.v.n m. onMond.iy ;' ;;

about o'clock. fives and Edna Strloklnni fount Tf I'rwperTo !. :SKV I and:: (14 net-ex In Hl-j Nl'l'i: October 7th, 1929 to the
Evelyn 3Sn2.4r.Itmt.
of the great; number of Jews I Mrs. Wiggins of New River, was Jacksonville Sat bnl. .dun collected A 11M'.1 1,, JU2U_. \ 11!><13, Section 13. 'Townhip, HunK 24. I hlnli.'Mt and bent bidder:: for caxh Inhand I t
services morning and in -
Church ) were visiting Ily I the following propcr11' jk
1 .. Il'I'.I ;
Zerubbubel. 3802.41I'm. d..rlhpc
1921 2618
tier here last Sunday. AUiC. SI I
due "
evening of the first Sunday In urday. To 111 .. '4 of NWWNWVi xltuuted utid, IYlnl ... ,' ," iI
About fourteen years before this Mr. and Mrs. Laird were transacting .rh."r._ _.1(153.4'fly ( '! of Went 25 ncrex. of MUG ciiunty Florida I.-wl' : j ,* 1'
'ra "a ready scribe in the law oles each: month by the pastor, Bro. business Starke last Mon- Mrs. J. II. Prevatt and son. wen I To hill unit due An% ( 1.__________ 4111.511( of s\Vi I ,HWt: : 15, ""'."yn..hl1 V, I I 'h" Hiiuth, hlir I Southwestquaiter II
n. Strlckland. "oll.dl 144.13.Sw'4 of the t beast 'Iuarl I CC. except ,
Mrs. .
followers and Dixon of Jacksonville. visiting Mr. and To bal 1 due, AUK 31. 1921! __ ] !\ \ ItuiiKi* 2,1, HOI -
with many I III 6 Raxt ownedby '
> llnml unit llrlilire It,>ni1To > of ..NN'V l I came to Jerusalem -.- day.Mrs. ,. ____ ( "9, 23, acron N.l. lalh"w., ., In.1 the toulh..t .
"iich treasure n. A. Weeks and daujl'hter.Murla. ; family bal du Auw. 1. .U21 2r..45.55 Tuwnxhlp' Hlna. iiuurter ') ". ( I.
I-J] Mrs. Minnie Smith and : __ __ .__ '
LETL'Il: .
"i ,caused reforms in the religious and Mr. and Mrs. Guy of Ily scot collected,. ill.I 1929! II' 19,86.WI" tin* $,.ulhw..1,I li(uarter. all I in Hectlon, '.
and An"
Mr. bat due 16.36.71 Town.hll'I'
and then seems of Tallahassee are visiting To of NKVi. Section-, 8, Townnhlp South Uariita 22 N1Ht. ::
II'< at Jerusalem Starke were transacting; business County tlultilltiprTo 23, acres 8(1.35. In
lUnno containing Uu acrvM more or i
There will be an illustrated lecture Mrs. W. W. Coleman. hal 1, 1U21I) p__ 410.2 ul
have disappeared from public : here last Thursday.Mrs. du.11. ___ __ 8 ncren In louth"lu.I (.n'.n. of lot toss, : ,1 I
Nehe- entitled "Lest We Forget"at Carl' Andrews spent Sunday Hy amt. 1'01"1..1 81 1929 ___-_ 2(13.4( 10 Section 18. '. (9 JtiuiKU, 2J. c'. A. IN\lIT. S '
twelve years. Falrcloth Messrs. bal ,
w (or some Amy G. To Il" '. .1. II'
8 o'clock Thursday evening at the home of; W. W. 'Coleman. County 5rhuoIpnCrat'Po Acrex 1.00. 1III"I"IN
ah had come to Jerusalem a? Ira Hadock, Boy Fagon of Tampa Strickland was visitIng bul. due Au r. 1, 192K .. 8204.3: r.ot 7813 find 11 of McHae'M trnct I. \NIII'JWIoI. Jr. ''r'' ,v
appointed governor and, the Methodist church. No admission friends and relatives Mr. Ardell lllilt. -_ __21:4,17! : (281It'I'l'N) and 21 ai-rex In NWHof I CUI"nIKHlon"r". ,
>; newly were visiting Hy '.I"'le,1 '
will be J. B. Prevatt and family Fri bill due ill 11129 _6281.86!) < NWi Hoctlon} 2O. Township II.itange R I Af. JOINS. I
fee but silver offering To -
for last I Au. '
I' 1'
mid It In our lessqn here this week. ( i*.u" 'iii, Aries 49.60. ".lct" cu' Complainant. ,

) Jie rebuilt the walls andte taken. All are cordially Invited. Lorena-Green Messrs. Roy To bal., due Aim...1.I IKili _._ 253.nn< I ninl 4, nnd, the H" 9ccii Ion -. I ---I.
niday.( Miss day.Mrs. ____ I ,
O. n. Grime celebrated he: ,' .. (ID,inTo t'a : A.-rnH ____ _____ ____ 41
-.- llv oml. 'I..tB.I' 21, 9, 2:1.
of tho city. RAnd so all the K.1PT1ST 1
nple gathered themselves to- Amy G. Faircloth attended the Mr. Ralph Gainey was vlsltlmH. To bul. due lu.Mrb..l-I. I IH0201 NKVi\ of HMVi.: Sle' of SKH W-4 of Nlllr. Is beroby Klvon I that under I} ,

I her as one man into the street wedding of !Mr. Fred Greene Sunday Elyant.. collected _J., 2127.81! ) HWV' II.t I 4) Hfctlun 2il, Township ( ) I by virtue that certain final )
the water gate; Sunday school at 10 a.m., 88 I,. Lee Sunday night. To bal. du AIHC. : 1929 617,40( I I. (Lunge. -23: Acres U .OO. :decree inadu' :I lr:; enter t id by the It ,
,At was present last Sunday. Keep It growing night. Thelma. Prevatt and Edgar His $ .,-"... .:1.IlfMtileilTo KI/J( of N1':" Hectlon 2-i'j'ownshtp. 9!I. llonnratilH" A. *. Judwe of the "4 -,
d(I they spake unto Ezra the Miss Zelma Thomas who has week. hill due. AUK. I, 1U2U I061U! 1.11Mt. 2:1.: Acre HO.(10.() Clrmilt l'ol"1 of Hradford. \ .county 1 I

rllic- to bring the book of the l la'w been spending some time here returned non are sick this Ily Rint. collet-tod 142,4 I KI'J nt NVINI'n of NWl4 of Flin'IdA 1 I h, r'day Au gust, I
Worship' 10 a. m., and 7:30: p. Pete and Albert Grime were via To bal., due AUK. 31. 192'! : NW'i, HI.J: of NW\1\ nf N\VI\' /1101 11129) ). In l'h'tlrW cr suit \ I
Mimes which the Lord had com- to her home In Gainesville AirvlriiltitrnlTo I 2lt, :\, wherein" .r ,", corporation 4
Israel. And Ezra the m. Notice change of time for evening iting R. L. Lee Sunday.Beginning bal due AUK. 1, 11129 410.21By 109.60.:"n.hl1 'iK' I t IH comnliihmnt I ) and 1", I I I vera
laded to Tuesday. and It, O. Hlv- -, j 1
Ida llvr
7:30 m. I unit, collected 11,7 IL"Ilre
services now : p. 3 section 27
lent brought the law 'before the Messrs.. H. and Norman Thomas SEW 1'.MSENGItl.! E'.,(. II ElVLI*; To bil. due AUK 31. 1929! ( ,NVi, FI'Y: ,r.ota Itanera 1 2 nnil 2J, AcrfH !(1811.1)8.L.ts \ wife lamina: Hlvem nre. da '
Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Program lovv'n I'eriMloii l"uilil.To "" the will offer I
nRregatlon both men and worn- Clyde ai\d Elmer Simmons of ha)\. due A UK. 1, 1929 410.2! 1 nnd, 3 an Ixlnnd Auction r"II1"U.." "l. and unl.rHIjII.,1 cash In :
under ant .
I, and all that could hear with I by Girls' Auxiliary management ; Gainesville were visiting here Sunday April 21st. HV limt. collected, ___ __4.16.75 .S3, TowiiMhlp I. H""g. 2J, Acres front,of the South Door of the court I
of Mrs. Epperson. Everyonebe c To bal. due Aim. 1 I. t 11129 .- -. 14.:1.: 'IIOIIXH$ In Htarke, Hrndford. county, (l'l'1.'h.hl'l '
KliTHtamllnK upon the first day attend. Sunday afternoon. Seaboard Railway schedules foi I'uhilcitr I of 35 Township 9, to tha hlvhtixt I I bidder. there --
the seventh month. And head sure to Messrs. R. It. and R. If. Green as follows: To bal. dua AUK. 1. 11)29) ___ 410.2' HaiiKB 23 (14H.II4.( for on Monday I Im 7th day of n,- :
were posted ( .
Starke I 146.76To
-. collected. tolier, ll)2l! the ;
therein before the street that 1'RKKIlYTr.KIAN: : Jr., Mrs. R. II. Thomas, Ozena Hoiithhouiiil* Mvt 1 nml. .Alle'. SI. 1929! .-.--- 283.5OiltMtnnilliiic O NI" of HI':',', Hod 'Ion iie, TownshIp V. of sain, till tll'llM'rnlowlnl rOi 1..1 1 ...1111., l '
> : Acres ,
2i '
I I. before the water gate fromo Greene Alva Falrcloth, IlerschellBrannen Local) ) 11:19: p. m. ItnM" 10 Ivlnir and, 1.111 JI"II"r"ll" county ,t, '
No. 1-( To dun, Aui*. 1 I. 1029\ ____Hr.U Hi-l-cx 1SI' I. of HV,1 1lllrhll. : .
mornlng until midday before Sunday September 15, attended the wedding of No. 11- (Local) ) 11:23 a. in. I Hy Inl t. collected _._ .-_. flr.1! I ncrex I In, $\ of H\V14 Hi-rtlun 1 I. I.lf t.-wl Northwest cjuatrer, of t; ,
and those Services Jacksonville Sunday bill due AUK. XI. 1921 .. Townxhlp 10, 'An"e 2:, AcreH 25.00. N(lit quarter" and Not III I Imlf I ofNorth .il'' 7
and the women Fred Greene In To fr : :
men 107---(Limited) 1:19 p.m.No. .,. ; l
are as follows: No. O. W. ALDRKMAN, ( North 25 acres of NKH of NI' '4 i hnlf (if l4nt I,t h wear iiniirler ofNorthwext
Hu could understand; and ears 10 m. Sunday school J. M. night. 191-(Limited) 10:34 p. m Hv II'tnch.' Alderman. L>. ('? northi'nMt' 6 acrex of tI i': NKV4, ( iiunrter, of Stictlon, 27 }.! I'i'lIwlIshtp
a. ,
j'l.fN ,
I all the people were attentive Mrs. BeHble Brannen and daughter .hboulul NIOli'of' Hi/4|: M'-ti' i Of I' '<1 nf 6 couth., range 23 111L..t.I" .
Truby supt. Lesson topic "Teachthe Ol' JOTUH N W'/' pt4t'i in 2. "own."lp 10, HaiiKe "/ "ellM I 30 duN "IU"I" or less, forthu. -
1110 the book of the law." Law of God" Bobble were visiting her parents No. 2-(Local) 5:35 a. m. 2-:. ArrfH, 229.20.: plrplN. of "Il.rylnl said de- !,. ..,-.1'I
In Nehemlah 7:60: "The whole 11 a. m. Morning worship ser- Mr. and Mrs. R. 1!. Green No. 12-(LoAl)) 3:05 p. m. .TncknonvlllH. Dalnxxvllle notice end dull thai NHi of NIC1Hectlon' 11, Towuhl' Cl-60. A. 8. CltKWS, 1 .' '4
hereby give :%3, AcreH
Railway 10 Hnnifii .
: ngregatlon was forty and two mon by the pastor. Monday.Mi' No. 108-(Limited ) 541; p. m. ''on August 27. 1929 It filed with I thInterstate ': of N'4 of of '.i.W'% & Special Master.KNKHIT FU.; .)

ounand three hundred and three Christian Endeavor. Willie Clemons of Miami Wannee Branch tharin 101 now Commerce Commission alWashington. of N"WI. of N % NW'' 12, ''own- (Holk-ltol-n .'-NHIIT. "III'k.". 1 I 4
6:30: p. m. It. 41'., its "i> ,1 CmIIIII"
''ire beside 7330 servants andS Topic "Putting God Into the Bud la visIting friends and relatives leaves Starke 7:00: a., m., and train .. a cprtlflcale. that the present 1.1011100fo. shIp 10, flange 23, 40.11.) of lotM 2 9-1-51-10-4 '
xouth -- 1'
I Mlngers.; get." here this week.A 102 arrives Starke 2:40: p. m. future publlo rOlv..nlel..t abandonment nnd flPi'PllIlly bv I II- A |16 Fractional 5 II'rl..l. and i lot !r itnd, I I Unit, IfU'l nnt No'nc'I'1 or r \ !.11 (II" $NIHHIIM, "I '. '

It Is said, "The water gate" was Evening worship. large crowd were delightfully Blue Hue Lines 'if I r".rml of Ih.Its railroad .xt.nellll, of lot In 1'iitnnm' county (H no- : ( 5-3;"',< I'I'V OF I 1'11.Fl ,
7:30 m. 1'1':1.
I I the eastern aide of the city and p. entertained by a peanut boilingat Northbound-5:10: a. m., 8:53: front. hlt North 1'111 (lulnenvllle to Ih'lIIl'"on lou 13, Township 8, ItniiKe 24, ULTNKH IU'I" 1) '::1
in BO called because so many wa- song Prayer and sermon.meeting Wednesday eve- the home of Miss Grade Green. a. m., 1:58 p. m., 5:18 p. m., 8:58 City 18 mIles f",dl..tl'H'e' of apI.roxlt"I.ly," Ira.ltnrd I (,? NWi/% 1..101 25. Town- __ ., 'a

r carriers passed through I H with MI' Clyde Stuart of Danville Countlns. Florida.JACKSONVll.M'1. silt). M, ItiuiKe' 21 4, 40.03.NVVV4 : Notice Is hereby given that the tl i -
ning at 7:30.A : p. m. lNFRVr.I.N of NWJi of HIJVi' Hunt Ion 3i 3 3'Fawnahip City nf the city of "ark. ,
iter from the spring of Glhon cordial invitation to all our was visiting here last Friday Southbound-9:37: a. m., 12:07p. : & (( HAIWAY 8, KnnKe 2.1. Acres 1(1.( (in.SWt "- 1'llnl'l,, )', Florida, r.- ,
sealed blilx for the piirvhnxe
railed by the Jews or the Vlr- services extended to all. night.Mr.: m., 4.07 p. m., 6:37: .p. ra., 10:50: 9-13-4t-10-4. of MWV. El lit of SWU! NWV' c.lv.I8.0oil.oii,) "t the I City of Starkehundti 1\1J

n'n FountaIn. as called by the Floyd and Lester Crosby of p.m. HANKT 'r\'I'1n"I': of SWU Section 38, Townahlp 8Hanuu fr anil I",'lud"11 I eight o'clockp. ,;
A. 1)
the Sept.
Saturday I
l Acres
iirlstlans. This gathering 18said ".\XU ItKHOI.I COMB: QUICK.1A Rising was visiting here -.- :1. IH29) siihl city liondx, are tn be ilnticlthu '
have been the original Sunday evening. IIK2O M .nf. "f >K.. condition of thflra1tor,1 N'Xi' of HM'/i except 17 a..r.24,, )Acrtr Secti.n ''I fIrst day of July A. U... 1929 '
County Hank nt Btarke I InI 12, Towuxhlp V, llanire ,
to be serial bonds of One '
hOD I. and church service of the and my reward Is with me, to give Miss\ Louise Swindle who has had taken Mandy to the he state of h'lr>rldn Ht the close ofliUHlneii :.OO.EI are sand denomination i I each and are'rhol' 'i \

<> every HemMirccMI.oant TownMhlu !i4 K ItanKa c -nt per annum payable I sernlannuitlly -
nt.i represent the preacher ando shall be." "Blessed are they that to her home Sunday. a. great time explaining all abou and discounts -$352,440.111Overdraft 0.0 0.wuIJ. ; on the I.'tr..t( day of January "

0 teachers of today. The platrm commandments that they Mrs. Lee Greene was transacting the animals to his girL; 1.058.97 of N ':'4. of NW'/i Section and July I nf mch year' wit h Interestcuuponx ,
do hIs United HIiitnH HondM 12,6&0.10 1'1 24. Acreii. a the principal and I 3'
Wed- 'at? TownshIp 9,
on which Ezra stood repre- may have right to the tree of life, business in Gainesville "Lawzee, Rantus whut's C."nt. and, municipal ( 20 160.04. Int.,1t I 1"1'1..111 Ily Hondx are t
32.000.0(1 .
ntB the The les- nesday. asked Mandy, when they came tc bonds and, of I S euiIi I at I National Iar' (
modern pulpit. and may enter in through the gates flanking hoim, furniture J.oln : 7 8 10 N'/ft lot rI'w;.
,n says the congregation included the city." Mrs. P. M Barefoot and daughter the zebra. and flxtureii ,. __ Ifl.nnnoo Suction 28 Township U,, 29, New'I'he .ounl of bonds offered 1 9
Into of Starke You sho Other real entata owned _. 1C,689.39 Acre 180.00. Is. and the I
gaIT principal
>'oth men and women, and all "And the spirit and the bride Miss Inez Abernathy "Don't you know, Cash on hands and due NKU of NP' Ei-4' of (J I/Lor fU'' of.al... City IM.OOOOO Uiindx, shall be lice f1'I .

at could hear with understand- and let him that heareth were visiting friends here last Sat- has neglected yo' anlmology. Vat's'nuthln' from banks 16.207.4 SWiif' NWV, SW'4 HK payable In series from on. to nineyeurx f
.. say, come model'Jack- of HWV UKI' Of N\V'I. Section 29,. from date thereof ,, I
Ezra preached a long. er- say come and let him that Is a urday. but a spo't I Total .. .f68.D4.0H Township 9, linnna\ 24, Acres 220.no. "ne-t.nth r"1I'lv.ly. sum each year ,i!

''I>n, "from the morning until And whosoever will, Mr. Leslie Greene was transacting ass?" 1 I.lnbllllle: South 85 acres of HW', of N1J'Aj HldN will be accepted eight '''ft
thirst come. 00i '
40,000 4
Starke last Tuesday' S1..ate ('apla Htock paid In $ SKV: fif NK'4' ( of < o'clock I I', m., on Sept. Ifh. A. I., \
in "WI"
Ill< ",
ears of all the people' were freelY" Rev. 22 : 12-14-17. Undivided profit U,3'a.71 ot SKi/i:' of HIO'i Hectloir, o.luwnlil. deposit with l!. A. )'I'h. .. Clerkof :' t ta
Crosby mule has fourwheelbrake Uepoult 44.660.2 said City ('oUnil. Florldl. 'I
tentlve unto the book of the Preaching services at the home Messrs. Floyd and Lester balky 9,. Hanne 24, Acr. certltli'd chuck equal Five percent .J(
I MW WV, ofHWW -
Sunday.Mr. _$558,943.98H'm ( 1'nt\ Nt'/ NR'4 of % hlt.o"a
W' IB visiting here last Total of the amount of Id check ,, .
of F. J. 1-attee, Sunday, Sept. Florida county of bradford 32, TownshIp II, Hanu i.
of ttt Starke, : 4
Hftclnn to the City
I bumpers. bo
Starke was has to payable 1
W. J. Moody A billy goat .
The lesson continues "And Ez- All are cordially invited aa.: 24 'V 3 1
3 m. Florida. r
opened the book In the sight ofI at p. [ transacting business here last The firefly la a bright spotlight. I. B. I.. P"ek. ra h1i r nt the above.named NVi of NR<4, NEtft I of NWV1 Section All Md.lers. shall specify the j. .
) jumpers. hank, do solemnly wear that 33 Townxhlp jtunae 24. Acre amount of bond bid for and tb. "
I the people so they read the Monday. Rabbits are the ahoy. .Ial.m..nt In trim to thbMnf 120.27. I time within which the bidder will Ii'
Prof. fowling and Supt. Griffin Camels have a balloon-tired feet my knowledge and belief and Section 8, Town.hlp i ito.HnnM" comply with the terms thereof after -
''Ok In the law of God distinctly, IIUOOKKH: 3 LTNURhiGh eat hat j It IK I In response to otth'tnf) { notice J1, of NW4 by the Clark I'
:1 id<1 gave the sense, and causedem SCHOOL NOTE of Starke were visiting here And carry spares of what they to report l>y the comptroller of 24. Acres HO,04.NWV the notice said council I is alven that delivery ot

last Thursday But still I think that nothing beati the state of Florida. of HVVi,4' WW cif NWVi NEV be made
to understand the reading. I PRRK. ..
their rumble S. or NWi/4' Section lit) certified check above referred '
visitingIn with / Tho t
ie service consisted in makingS The Parent-Teachers' Association Mr. and Mrs. Laird were The kangarooes Cashier HariKB 25, Acres 183.21.WI tn Is to hl fIeIoslte.i nil a gliranate. .[ .
Friday Starke last Monday. seats.-The Earth Mover. Colt ilE'T-ATTTOSTR: of HRt/t of of of full n,'" with the bid submitted -
God's law. school building NI.) IW8f:14
people understand met at the J If. RITC1I, cnml.l
HnctUm 21, < the event of the acceptance "
( this Tarbell's Teachers' Guide afternoon with quite an Increase Mr. and Mrs. Laird and daughter tobaecc W. T. WRKKSJ. 25. Acren" 20O.30. of Nuchbid and the failure- ,, .,
good "
short Jean and Miss Iris Drown After shipping a l. MlTCllEI.rUlrectorn. < 22 on the part, of Ih. bidder to com
Y8 'Preaching In its broader in attendance. A pro- ol ofNW 4 Rectlon Town- 7
thereof name-
the "WI. terms -
growers with
fair ply
last at prices
Gainesville Uanite 257 .
in crop At're.,40.0l. I
the pupllaIn lliiuldated: '
we distinguished rendered by were consldernd us
may not gram was Madison are now bUllY shipping rit'y) O}' '' ivInrircu l'llJ.IO.TIf : NWV4 of NWI4 Section 27, Town- dairiaKes shall:I ba and: be .rvtalnud by the I

'm teaching the gospel. The the sixth and eighth grade, Saturday. Wonder beans. These : : chip 8. llunice 2S.; Acre 40.03. ('"uncli. f '

rm' of presentation is Incidental.Ie which was greatly enjoyed by the Mr. L. R. Gainey and grandson Kentucky NWi'\ of NK%' Ni/4 .f RW% of NFl' ely, the association Glen Crosby and Mrs. Sam Baxter beans are raised In the Bummei it Court tired Cord County, Suction 2K, TownshIp H. ,! 9298 of the O."rll, .Laws ot (118 r
> (treat commission to the parents: after which Wateroaklast time under the shade of the tobacco Florida. In Chancery. Acres 60.lit.SWV4 1923 acts of the I.eglnlutureand ..i'd,

arch of Christ is to teach went Into business lI '"slon. were visiting In them from ,r. 1C. l. >rd an.I Kva D. T.ord, his of 8KU 1:1of: SVVV HWH' slat chapter 13I2H of the Special !' ,
slats which protects ,, eomplnlnant' VH. r.auruiv legIslature I and to"'
wit law
Board ol Friday. ''i Heutlon'I.. .f Ih.
*t i. so to bring the gospel: into Dr. Wilson of the State memberof and makes growing and T"nmp"OI., *t al,, defendantn. 'I'f.-. 25, Acres 18O.2V. Townxhlo to I he Isxtiod for tha purpose of fi .
lutton) with the minds and hearts made his regular visit to Miss Louise Tippins a the sun Suit ,. (fairS Title uiiil ".m.... I the grading widening of I
Health Ianclnl
faculty was called shipping of beans In the. summei Cloud NVi nt NR',1' Hectlon 8!. TownshIp surfacing and IniprovlnxTof '
m 'n that they may" see it and 'the school last Monday, checking this school To the known and unknown dofendantn 8, Itanice 25 Acrtm $1.06. certain street In the City of i :,

n 'leld themselves to it .. may the Schick test he found to the beside of her mother.Mrs. profitable. In the above .ntvled cause, to_ NB1/. of NIP SVi of NW-i NWV, of MtHrlce, Hrudford county Florbla.
up on of Green Cove Springs -. wit: I..lr. tIe ThompMon. Taura I). t1e1l/. tn-:'4 of MW '/ 8i4' tit W'/ 8.c- The City council n" rYet the ,
Oil very few, who needed the treat- Tlppins Manatee county sent the first Thompson and Hamuel H T : : ton S5. Township 8. lUnue 25, Acreii rIght to reject any and l .
the Friday. her husband Fleming it. Hmllh. order of the City Council nf '
Then number last or Ily t'
their a market
"bowed 28.1.
the people. ment. He gave will make Mr. and Mrs. Adkins of Hampton shipments of grapefruit to II. ('"noYI and Don I' n. Canova .. WV4 of NKVi NWJHectlon 10.Tuwnxhlp the ('iiy.ot Htarke, Hradford .county, I t, I:
" Haven spent CainUna >
their faces to the ground." two more visits to the school to and.ppn of Winter Mr. and Mrs. fruit were moved from Terra Cela Hub"lrd... Galalnc. A. Irlybll. d.ad. 8W% Section IS. Town.hlp 9, Chairman C.City F MOOVEIt Council ,of I "1
In regard to that feature of the finish the treatments.Miss Tuesday here and passed the proper Inspections. thvlr unknown heirs devpee| Intrate flange 25, Acre. 15844. City of Sta..ke. : 1
l .
School the week-end Gerald AdkI as. or giantess.. and to al parties ]I l.mna In Clay r, Florida ATTEST-: .
tyke Peloubets Sunday Tippins spent transacting This part of the state having or who may to have C."t C.:: A. "FUTCIt. Clerk. 8-1-1-9-1. I
Brown was
Itr says: "Worship 1 Is an e seo- with her parents at Green Cove Mr. L. A. Monday.Mr. usually comes In first In grapefruit any right title or Interest described or estate Hw''i flection 7 Township 7, TCanue

II 1 element in the Bible school. A Springs. business A. B.in Surrency Starke last and son shipments with Fort !Myers a clone In land and. to-wi to the: rolowln. In 12. Acre of 10,3.NE' HWU (Lot 11) and west JOTI(1 OF FI'"., lISCIIAHGEO

'ertntlal attitude on the part of The P. T. A. are sponsoring a second. Ixit ndf Block,, "tl1nlht'tbll{ acre of 8WV4 of NWVi (Lot 6) -
Mott were
and Mr. John known r after date hereof onciwitI ;.
in the Mallle Sixty dsy
1 .
sometime 1''I
must be obtained and malntaln- to be given .1 Bradford 23 t
play Starke last Tuesday. I r'nords of A 7. Township 8, flange ( : the 17th day of l.ptlmh.r. '1
I or the school will be a failure. near future. visitors to Southern Ski-Lines, Inc. plant establishment Florida. av LlvlnJalnn-.ruhy 64 00. IUD I will present to the lonorlbl. -

sIngle Irreverent scholar will The Brooker school baseball Mr. 0. J. Mott was transacting of combination air- County company' addilon.-as the ".m.hVlnll I I BEVi Section K, Town.hlp 8, Range ""o. A. Uardlner, county JudKe. 3-
Starke last Monday. :)3:i, terse llradfurd county FI"rld. 1ou"b-
in Deed 33.
)'ill' the Lawtey boys business via Jacksonville oC record 18.4. I
meet pear Administrator
the session for the entire team will 4 rail passenger service 1 Went part trf t 1 In NEil K% er* and final account a* -

hool, and until any irreverence : on their diamond next Thursday Improvements to city to New York City 1..e8 rre.sk Henriettallrown for their I
Miami and each of you are herebyrequirsd 8 v, Kan 34. Acre
start- Ton
a be brought to an end it is best afternoon. plant completed at cost of Apalachicola Erection to he and appear. before t,2! .. approval and my discharge a* such If

Pause In the opening worship .. water$100.000 increasing dally capacity ed on new St. Patrick's church the Judge of the Judicial Circuit court Circuit of the of F.tt of NQV4 Section TownnhluI administrator.Thle mil day. of Julr. A. T). 1239. j j19t..l3 .

r the recitation. What ever work Hard-surfacing of state highway over of plant to 28,000,000 gal building at cost of approJ.lmatelyno.OOO. Florida.Twenty..Sixth In and for Hradfnrd county, I, Hang II. Acre" 81.& J. C. TEURELL,

.5 school may have( In progress. It No. 17 between Plant City and oo Monday the seventh day of O< NUVi of NEVi .CtOI 9, Township .4mlIISator. I

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Bradford County TelegraphEstablished Good folks will be, I leave the hateful smugness of day j,

FROM OTHER PENS Who'll carry oi> "V The world I know. Mr. and Mrs Ben }1'?,
1877 Long after we "' And B'ttlng! there I bite my lip children of Putnam II
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--- --- ------ '-Edgar A. Guest To see the vllllail climb upon Mr. J. L. Sibley alui :M I., (,., .
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class The Sturko Telegraph figures ''ter at Starko. 'Way back In the '0- The window s'll.: er and children of Mill I I ". "

Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida that tho eighteen-day diet will 90's. while this writer was livingin .. The heroine dances on the scene Visitors here Tuesday It, ',
B st't' help the pocketbook if nothing the Bradford capital, he found ._._'------- And poises there.A Mr. and Mrs. W. T' \\ ;

E. S. Matthews\ ________________ _____Owner and Publisher else. Reduce the body and fill the Mr Hull generous to the fullest I. butterfly that was passing by were visitors to Starke 'I'n, 'd 1..,litre',, 'I
pocketbook, -Times-Unlon.0 degree and numerous times he I TownI Lights in her hair Mrs. Shepard Adkino .
o 4. C. Robinson_________________________ Managing Editor manifested this desirable charac- I '11.1 'till.i .'
-- [ Into her mvstlc dren, Mrs. Viola ,
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II -- -- -- -- .. -- Next on the program-the state teristic in a way that meant littleto And have a hunch, dren, Mr. Jessie Adklnw lit, ..Iod,

SUBSCRIPTION RATE prison farm road-let's get start- him but which will! cause us to Nowhere Is more frugal use The little devil's thinking\ of Mrp. C. P. Hersey and >'h"I/Jren I

ed.-Starke( Telegraph. What have remember him klndley as long as made of originality and Imagination Baked beans for lunch were the Sunday guests t Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable In Advance you been doing: that you want to the faculty remains with us.- as in the naming of newspa- -.- Mrs R. M. Hersey and tnnl1h+' f

4 a Advertising Rates on Application. get started on the road to the Plant City Euterprlse.0 pers. What a field! there la here l\IItS.l\lIn.\SIU\ TAYLOR --
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Comment has late been made
The airplanes may yet beat the automobile! and grade -- -0In -- the fact that because of federal on of a list of 190 Florida papers Miranda Taylor, 56, of Beverly '.. Rising i
seen recently 40 were namedv'News" Hills, died at.her residence Sunday
N crossings ansVerlng the Gainesville participation in, the Medfly cam- ( Miss Iris McRtic, (orMi' :
'4 that morning following an extended
A h Imagine Just .
the hazards
paign, of bootlegging;
o News headline "What college "boys have driven 'many rumrunners "News." 19 more bore the bearded I Illness, Mrs. Taylor was a nativeof .................. ...

fr. Just what would you do if a stuttering girl. should say would pick up say besides second-hand an education flivvers., we away from Florida Into other sec title "Times", ahd 18 others South Carolina but came here and Mrs. Waltei I"" :Thill
were dubbed "Herald." Among from Lawtey about three years
Kissimmee? Starke Telegraph. And yellow. tors'of the United States border. were visiting relatives .1''
the few names having any claim ago She was a member of the lvsldo
another testimonial !
only spells
0- I caps and free car rides.-Lake for co-operation. When whatsoever to originality were Long Branch Baptist church Besides Monday.Mr. .

r City Gazette "Chief." "Arcadan! "nivlera." her husband, Dennles Taylor, J. W. McHae of i I.. ',?j '\'
chunk prohibition enforcement can re-
deed to good-sized
',. Every car owner should have -o-; ctlve j.00 per cent cooperationon and "Highlander." How refresh she !Is survived by four daughters, visiting his parents, Mr I Mluis
"Western blizzards howl FlorIda
1 ing they sounded after 40 "News." Mrs. Gene Rhoden of Raiford;
of our state.
I sunshine whispers sweet noth- the part of the populace It H. M. Mcllae Friday nigh'
Come Mrs. May Ebersold of South Jack.
on, newspaper namers, you
--.. --o-- Ingo In one's ear."-J.V.. C.,' will attain the same degree of efficiency wouldn't name ypur son "Dill" sonville. Miss Cora Taylor at Mr. Lester and Flovii I"usb)

had to find his Starke, Florida. "Ot' dog, come. as has the 'program to home Mrs. Myrtle Taylor of Law and Lois Newmans were VI> ?
3' Lindbergh found a lost city but his wife, stamp out the fruit fly.-Largo Just because 40 percent of the ,
J. W. C.-Timea Brooker
agahi, -Unlon Saturday night
't Sentinel. others fathers were calling their tey, Robert D. Taylor of Jacksonville
> collar buttons. What for? Hanging or electrocu sons "Dill". Of course not. You Harry Taylor of South Misses Lillie and Dollii Muta(.

a o_J tion. -e- would pick out something fancy Jacksonville; and Leonard Taylorof were guests of Miss Hanmjer l .

--o- LONG FOR ClOVpIlNOR; liko "Mortimer" or "A hlbald'" Lawtey; three sisters, Mrs. W. hill Sunday
; "Ape Colony Goes to Jacksonville or Gainesville, head- So many "teeth" in the new laws wouldn't you? Dpt on second V. McLean of South Jacksonville, Misses Muriel and RaclM, SII.

J line. Going home? I.., are proving defective that members For several days the "Long forGovernor" thought do you honestly suppose Mrs. Chess Padgett ofLawtey, : cox: of Starke were visiting rela
of bothhouses, should take a movement has been tines this section ,
that anyone would spend five cents Mrs. Rosa Hunter of Macclenny Sunday
xlr, ---0-, I Ibing' mall order course In detinstry. gaining headway and while no for a paper named "The Evening and one brother, Demsey Harg-I Misses Battle Ellen and "I'arrls-
serious thought to organ Bradford County Telegraph. Of word has come from our beloved Funeral belle Norman of Waterouk
G+ Strawberry growers are giving Buttercup? roves of Manning, Fla. Mi8Wf!!
r association. give 'em wisdom teeth. Delray circuit court judge of the eighth services will De held at the Long I Margaret and Inez Curmkliaei
an Beach News I judicial circuit and probably no '
Misses Annie and
Branch cemetery at 11 o'clock this Mary U'ldlsh'!
i ,0 -0 word will come from him for many Among the things that we could morning, wjth Rev. W. Stalvey- I Miss Edna Strickland and Mr
Some readers have mixed bank I months, It Is a well establishedfact get along very well without are Mack Carmichael of Hellbi
"f'" be' dressed with new pastor of the Norwood( Baptist nn attended
Even the milk bottles have to up. liquidators with bootleggers mak-: that the people of his circuit writers who liberally sprinkle their church, olUclating. Seashole Funeral U. Y. P. U heii" ;lInda\ 1

caps after October first. x ing a delivery date for their pro would like to nee him wield the efforts with French phrases. Why Parlors have charge of life night.

,?1 -0It's _.. duct.-Starke Telegraph One difference -: gubernatorial stick from January do they do It? After many long arrangements. Pallbearers will be Misses\ Verda HafnagiKdws.rd's. 11 Flvr; "

; tt for the feet to follow the thought-that's why is, a liquidator can't make I 1933 to January 1937. years of diligent reading' we hive' C. S. Gunter II. T. Fleeman, R. D, ; Mr. Raymond I 'ns6y' ,
i natural ........ any defnlte date for delivery.: There Is probably no strongerman como to the conclusion that If Ponce, D: B. Pock, O. T. Vickers, and Mr. George HeddI.'e>
5 they are starting southward. Ocala Star. in middle Florida and certainly there in one thing a would-be sophisticate Mi .
T and R M Saunders. I pleasant visitors of .III i i1! Mrs
v/5 ps -o- no more capable one than JudgeA had rather put In print I B. M, McRae Sunday. ai 'II,
Bet none of the editors will come V. Long and should hq decideto than "chercez la femme" It must !
_ s It's no mystery to a married man why the women can 'so to see us now-;: we're just finished become a gubernator:alp candidate /he "pate de fols gras." All of ... ."...... ... .4....1., Hellbronn Rev and were Mrs.\ visiting J, T it ,as lUll 0:

easily qualify for the talkies. cleaning the shop up all "splc and in 1932 he will sweep middle which may look' very nice but is t THERESSA .: Mrs. H. M. McHae-FilJin\ .'"MMMr. '
+ ;; span," If It weren't clean, we'd Florida like the proverbial wildfire certainly disturbing to a guy who
and Mrs. Jim Him.-
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Miss Rhoda
_ have scores of visitors.-Dunnel- Caineovllla Evening News. doesn't know whether "mnl de Zrlgler. Cur
machine packs 85,000 cigarettes an Lawtey were vis'tlng! m' ll M
e A new high speed ton Truth. The shop is not the _-(,-- rner" Is that actress he saw In the
*.*>*<*<.. OS-.*..**..**. McRae's\ Sunday afternoon
I( &f hour. Almost as fast as a flapper. magnet that draws visitors to the The rock bate: : on state road 28 talkie last night or the' .trick. name Mr. and Mrs. Carrie Futch and fir> and Mrs. T K, Stoki. and
and the JJnlon Of a vacuum cleaner.
Truth office. between Starve\
o family of "Waldo were vialluis
line Was Vicious is what sons, Roy and brother and Mr.'
la'd last Saturdayby it makes us to
-o- county
ri4>r,' The advice of a doctor to be lazy and live long is worth Some readers have mixed bank the Duval Engineering Corn settle down for a nice quiet evening Norton of Titus ville, was visiting M. MiUae's Tuesday
I Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hiitueoi:
the wife has a good job. have been engaged with novel and in less Mr. Andrew Sullivan last week.Mr. .
: trying, provided liquidators! with bootleggers making pany and they a new. Starke, were visiting Mi mil... L
and Mrs. Ambrose Jones ,
_ ; l ) 0---- a delivery date for their product this week in putting on the finishing than thirty minutes to be com I Crawford Sunday.

*; The signs of the time is shown in the continued activity I .-Starke Telegraph, Sort of touches, and repairing/ damage pletely exhausted 'mentally anllphYIII'ally' Mr.Fitzgerald'and Mrs.Georgia W A.were Jones visiting Wednesday -! Mr. and Mrs, it. M Mcttui, ten
case of getting both their "liq done by the recent heavy hurdling over a relatives at SumH-so.
visiting ;
jn all building lines through this section. uid' and their "dators" mixed, This Important highway that provides "savior falre" here, a "hors de and Thursday of last week.
i Dronsou I for states north combat" there and heavily Mrs. Myrtice Harris of Jackson)
short cut
o ono would suppose a I tripping ,, .
Journal. and iiQrthwest of Lake City to over an "a cheval" followed vllle who has been spending a few I ".'-------- -.-.-.---;
Coconuts in Gainesville this week is the name of a picture --0--. I Palatka and from there to East closely by "arts Ire de coeur.' days!In Hampton, with friends and i

and has reference to arrival of university students.Can't Tariff was kept up on lemons to Coast points is now, all paved or Is Can't anything be done' aboutIt relatives spent Thursday night of I II

_ ,)-- belief such states as Florida. Now being paved or will soon be paved ? last week with Miss( Nettle Hersoy. e II I
S\ 15 if had lemons but the Columbia county 1'ne.I! Mrs. W A. Jones entertained a
I for the little Kansas we only some clear to kt I
help but feel kindnsorry poor ,
we have no lemons. We have oranges In Columbia,, county, however, For years we have been pure number of guests last Thursday 1
'' City bride-to who had 480 pair of silk stockings stolen. and grapefruit, peppers, there is little,prospect that its seq-\ chasing a certain magazine as night with a birthday party in I

o egg/: plants and tomatoes, on which tlon of road 28 will be paved before regularly: as the months go by. honor of her daughter Miss Bessie I

;' themselves filling stations tariff has been juggled every way the end of 1930, though when The current copy appeared with Cloversettle, celebrating her 14th I
r for some
In coining a name II
except the way that will benefit the gap is paved It will make Lake the following ntence emblazonedacross birthday. We all wish Miss Clov- II I
should consider "White Mule" or "Coiled Owl" for a trade us.-TltUHvllle: Star-Advocate. City a far more important gatewayto the cover, "This is the one ersettle many more happy blrthdayo. : -

j mark. -a-- Florida. Ours is not going to magazine which It Is essential for I

uS There Is too much of an attemptbelnK' be a big city all at once but we are you to read." To which we reply, A new little son has come to I

-o made to convince the peopleof on the way.-Lake City Gazette "Oh, it Is, Is It? We'll Just show gladden the home of Mr.\ and Mrs.J. Guaranteed I
shouldn't mind the light showers in this section, after P. Dickinson.
'We "
>. Florida that the tax laws pass- --o- you you big bully!
( reading about the 10.75 inches pf rain falling in New Orleans ed at the last session of the state Excited Cyclops of the K. K. Kin I Misses Thelma and Hilda Sullivan I

legislature are sound. If"they are St. Petersburg requests a citizen A fAmous doctor"announced In a I \ entertained a host of friendsat I

during one night.Broadway sound they will speak for them of that burg to lee at once.: The recent newspaper, "Be lazy and their home last Ftrday eve- FO I

o selves. It they are not, the people victim must be a Democrat, or else live long" And now we have be- ning with a pound party. A number I

k writer packs his grips and goes to a sober will know when they are given a he cancelled,.his subscription to gun to worry. What are we goingto of games were played with
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''', country-France. Ills farewell article was headed "Land of fair trial.-THusville Star-Advo the Fellowship! Forum.-Starke do with the next two hundred merriment and a delightful supper
cate. Telegraph. Don't' know anything years of our life? I was enjojyed on this occasion LIFE I
the Spree, Home of the Knave." ---0 about the political affiliations of Mr. R, Q. Zeigler of Gainesville, I

a A bottle containing a piece of the K. K. K.'s in St. Petersburg, In spite of glowing accounts of spent Sunday with his parents, Mr.

r Wauchula Advocate reminds the citizens of that town paper on which was written or else but if they sent the "citi- i the picture "Noah's Ark" we will and Mrs. J, J, Zeigler W. don't rue any "mileage
5, 5 "thrown overboard at Havana, zen" a note to "hull out" It prob- always believe that the Warner Mr. Arthur Mlllkeu of Hampton, limit" on the urea wo tell I
that it is better to nurse the industries they now have insteadof was a visitor here Sunday af er- We give you a real lifetime( !
_ ... July 7, 1929, was picked up near ably served him right. From what Brothers just had a lot of water
devoting their entire time and attention to securing new Vero Beach. The idea of a bottle I wb read of It, the "citizen's" wife they wanted to get rid of. noon.Mr. guarantee with GoodyearTireu
coming to this country from 'was found deal in their kitchen, and Mrs. J, M. MInton and

s ones. Havana with nothing in it but a a suicide, perhaps, by inhaling gas, TIIT3 AGONY 0.',FrI Miss Maude MInton, Mr. and Mrs.J. Every Goodyear and
->---- G. Minton and Mr. Jim MInton,
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scrape of paper. Times-Union. and the husband brought in a new Pathfinde1'pneumat.
_L) Inverness Chronicle has been complaining of the mossbacks It could have been what our boot- wife in less time than It takes for often like to sit and watch 'all of Tampa were visiting Mr. and ic tire Is guaranteed

; in that town, and now carries news of establishment of leggers and congressman have left the sand to settle over a grave. We against defects for
st? buried of the famous "18th.0 ." do not know anything about the its entire life
foundation if
S Mossbacks make a solid
a moss factory. in
K. K. K. attitude cases
deep enough. The editor of the Bradford but it seems to us that it would That meant >ou get time
longer Lie of the Goodyear
-0Go ---- County Telegraph has doubtless not have been out of place for any AU-WeDthCI'Tread and the
M1' x, come In close contact with the one to have sent this monster a SUPERTWIST
out and see the first football game of the season Goodyear
fruit fly spray. He says; "Approx- note to leave town, the only re- CoiJ Corcaa_nuarant'tt<<
"' afternoon. B. II. S is backing its team this year to the limit, imately thirty millions will be gret at his departure being that heprobably by "'1 liB GREATEST:!'

and nothing will make the boys play better than a wild,_woolly needed to fight the fruit fly in would be Inflicted upon NAME IN RUBBtR.Goodyear"'sen':Ar.l:
ThJA sincere
Florida the next fiscal other respectable commun our
during year. some .t
r; bunch of fans. Ice goes with It,All at low*
_ They could use a small portion of ity. Plant City Enterprise prices.It .
o it to advantage in changing the -o-

_ t Now we know Delray is no place for a thin-skinned fislj} scent of the spray.-Plant City TUB VOLNC1KB CROWD year: cost Come no more in to end buy Goo let ,wprove J-'
erman. Delray Beach News carried a story of the landing of -- -- .They drive too fast. illnoocl"c'nr

r a three and one-half foot tarpon, saying "ordinary sand. fleas The worst thing about an editor They mock at alni; HupHu 1st ('01,1

were used for bait. being marled is that after he has At all that's past 52-1-29 .) AVIIh? the New Improved

pulled some bright thought about In scorn they grin. Pathfinder Tri'iul
..z'0{ women and kisses and so forth, The books of old
South Jacksonville supports its charge that we are a lawless a certain woman fixes him with,a They will not read A Permanent Record The Lowest PricM-n In IIM to'i'

a people by showing that the homicide rate of Duval coun- steely glare and asks "How did And all they're told ,

than London witha you learn all this?"-Ocala Star They will not heed. HIGH PRESSURE
ty with its population of 150,000 is greater
well could you explain where A
population of six million.. and how without stuttering They're talking stuff Convincing Receipt 30x3 1-2, reg. .._ ji1,9S'

-- -'....(oHillaborough -- ---i-O- We learned to shun. ao\a i-a os.' ___ 11I1.18h. ;

still the Tampa Dally Times insinuatesthere's The girls are ruogh .& ________. 'II.
cattlemen are fighting no- ,
county Your .
AccountIt's 'f) "
another "noble experi- They race and run. -------
l' fence law. The day of open range is drawing to a close, the ment" going on In California Bottlers No longer weak, as\4 ,.---_ $10.U

wise stockman recognizes the changing times and is preparingto of grape juice paste a neat But strong of limb 82x'4 1.2 _____. *H3.1 1-1

under the and better method. !able[ on each bottle warning the And tanned of cheek, safe-it's convenient checking account at 33\l 1..n.., -------.- #13.M82x4
make new
more profits buyer that if the stopper is re- Like men they swim. 3I x4 1.2 _____ .!IIU.60

o moved the liquid will ferment.- the Bank of Starke. A Complete record of income SQxB HI 8 ply ._ jflZt.10

it In case you have forgotten, bring your car to a full stop Starke Telegraph. California They stay out late. 32x0111) 10 ply ._. $$S'I.II0: ;'

j before passing a school bus stopped for loading or unloading. grape growers are certainly good They think we're fools. ,and disbursements, it relieves you of the necessity BALLOONS20x4.10
salesmen.-Bronson Journal.o They fairly hateConvenJon's
However,the same state law requires each bus to be so marked --- -- rules. of keeping eon'siderable cash on hand.. And cancelled ';'1,19

; '' on front, rear and sides in letters of not less than 5 inches. From Jacksonville comes the Our preachments wise .---- 90.M
r tale of a fisherman jumping overboard They won't discuss; 'checks are an airtight receipt. 20x4.50 ---;---- Ml/\*
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and lassoing a big jewflsh. With scoffing eyes
Strawberry growing sections south of us are rapidly falling 30x4.7.1 ..II.O
The only difference between this They look on us. .
t s. in line, forming associations and completing plans for fisherman and the one who jump TODAY- ."..0 x.00 ---- !!\

giving auction sales method of distributing their crop a thorough ed ,overboard at Miami after a All this we say You can open a checking account with us. _A deposit 3Ox3.OO _-. ---- ,!9si30x5:5
tarpon is the specie of fish.- All this we see and three minutes are all need. ----- t10h
you '
that county (
Bradford growers
Indications ;
are 1x3.2.1
I" Starke Telegraph. Both ot 'em Yet in our day -r'I
ah will have their'hat in the ring. (the .ft herman) must have been As bold were we. 32\I.OO -----
o using the kind of "drinking liq- And In our day 32x: .SO ___ (

uor" current in Levy count .- They used to fuss BANK OF STARKEAN
h Major Hennig, of the Tarpon Springs Leader, the "Jiggs"of Dronson Journal. And often say IHTCH'8 BKBVirfiSTATION

the PaRAGraphers League, dropped in for few moments a The name of us. HONOR ROLL BANK

Monday on his return from a five week'trip: through the Starke In particular and FloridaIn
before general lost a good citizen In Now though'.we grieve L 8. katthews, Pre. R. J. Davis, Cashier Starke }'1orItlAI
that during the two weeks remaining
it North the last Saturday
,i passing away And scold and frown
"Maggie" returns he will enjoy a vacation in Florida. night of Newell B. Hull, postmas) ,! I still believe ..


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