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 20, 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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il STRAWBERRY OUTLOOK Better 'VinterH1nting EXCAVATINGFOR Auto Spraying I Organization Meeting ': .::.


.: FOR. COMING SEASONs \ Seen PAVING Abandoned In I. Of Growers Saturday s; : it

. -- 1 By Game Chief The Duval Hng'naertni: ; Company Fly Campaign m _n________ ,
s .for strawberry grow- started! work this week ex I )
now seem to be better than In cavating those streets In the The courthouse was filled last '{' /
f .myear is since 1926, according to Colonel DavisOf Woodward S;"ij" U'11.1 1 UO Is InTallahassee part of town preparatory western t to Grin ndo. Sept 14.;,-Automobile Ban On Mailing afternoon with strawberry 4 'II' '!

'I'hl" travel about Florida growers of Bradford, lIec'I'I
I owners may every
,iiin acreage planted for the continuing the paving system l In+ IJ'IStltlll'day
Gainesville without the necessity lion of the being: .
tomorrow Plants Lifted county represented ,
) I I'i.10! : season, as reported by; t that part of town. The shovel
Sept. 14.-A good of having their vehicles spfayed' to go further Into the mat +I
United States department
-rowers to the used' In unloading the rock from l
, of agriculture. Following Dies Aged 80( hunting season for the coming win the railway cars was pressed Into by national guardsmen In connection By Postoffice tor of handling their next crop under (
ter Is forecast by State Game Com with the Mediterranean fruit the Miller auction plan and ':' '.i; ,_'
In ,
two season, some Import- service and Is making short work '."
missioner C. C. Woodward who fly eradication campaign.An for organization of the growers i i'\ ,
.nit acreas three season, of excep- Gainesville, Sept. 15-Col. Rob said he had been checking up on of the excavation. order of the plant quarantine Into an association. Only a few of 1// ,
'tonally heavy production ana unusually ert W. The balance of the curb and gutter Xiirm-ry'' Stock; 'iiu Now llIH 1o1"I; O
Davis former congress; conditions over the state, both I o'n nnd control administration of the the growers>re t'I1t bad been present ;.-
y low financial returns per man from Florida, died at his through personal visits! to the field \Madison and Water streets United States department of agriculture -.| \\licii Iitix-i1y| ItIISIC when Mr. Miller was here and -:;,

I ,tcre, growers are preparing for a home In this city early today while and through reports received from ''I will be completed within the next and the state plant board | <('It'll. this plan was expla.ned; to them by ,"
substantial reduction In acreage; i Inmost + two weeks, the work being now
asleep. deputies.An which became effective tonight, Messrs[ A. Z. Adkins, I). W. Moore .; ;
troubled areas. Considering practically complete from the western
" Davis was born In Lee county, abundance of quail was reported Instructed cessation! of spraying of Prohibition against shipment by; and O. \M. Inman. J ,;
country as a whole, the con- city limits to the Seaboard I
the Georgia, on March 15, 1849. Ills In all parts of Florida automobiles and railroad curs. mall of nursery stock from Florida !Many\ of the growers: openly) do- ,
With this finished
1930 acreage changes railway crossing. "
h-mplatod i father, the llev. Jesse Mercer Davis Woodward an Id. Seed Block was A statement Issued by the control dared: In favor of the auction plan
would seem to leave the straw ber- pouring of the concrete! curb provisions of the quarantine
was a farmer and Baptist sa'd to be plentiful and the season administration said:: and of their desire to perfect an
acreage for picking! next season and gutter on the ('onllE'rtingstreetlJ order of the United Stales department -
rv minister. for hatching and rearing was "Greatly Improved conditions, organization of the growers: and 'p? ,
will be taken and the
balanced the
fairly well among At. the age of 14 he joined the favorable. There Is an Increase In up bo duo to the successful progress ol ot agriculture on account ot on request) practically the entire ',;
entire should
paving project
various areas. Confederate army and served during turkeys in certain sections, and fly eradication work, make It safe, the Mediterranean fruit fly ha audience stood( when thorn' who I It >
within mouth
, The intended reduction'! tor the the last two years of the Civil deer are on the increase where completed .a to suspend these spraying/ opera been removed. t thought favorably of the plan and ft

country m a whole amounts to War, under Gen. Joseph R. Johnston protection was afforded them. lions for the time being. Guards In accordance with this ruling and were willing: to go further into

seven per cent, Indicating an acreage After the war he re'lurned Sec; Dig Increase APPOINTMENTTO will! continue to be maintained" at postmasters of the state may accept tho matter were asked to rise Following

of 183,000 in 1930 comparedwith to the farm, but later took up the That Florida has an opportunity guard lines' and search of vehicles nursery stock for mailing this the chairman asked

197,000 acres picked in 1929 Btudy'of law and was admitted to to obtain a manifold IncreaseIn P. O. MADE will be made even more thorough when accompanied by the required the growers of each section to select iii

and 205,000 acres a year ago. The the Georgia: bar at the age of 20Movol the supply of game In the state because of the greater danger arisIng federal permit as set forth In revised u man to art on a committee :

equivalent of this reduction ot to Florida within the next five years If residents -- from fruit beginning to ripenIn rules and regulations: to the to Investigate the entire plan and I

nearly 14,000 acres Is expected to In 1879 he moved to Florida and co-operate in observance of Congressman R. A. Green was quantity. For the same reason department of agriculture order. make a report to another meetingof

take place In the four states, Arkansas located for a time at Gainesville the law is the belief of the commissioner advised Wednesday by wire that thorough; baggage inspection will The revised regulations' state the growers called for Saturday I'

Missouri, Kentucky and In 1884, while a resident of Clay; who is encouraged by \Mrs. H. II. Young", of Starke, had be continued.! state that nursery stock, includingall Sept. 21st, 3 o'clock, and if '

Tennessee, where about onefourthof county, he was elected to the statehouse the growing spirit of that kind received the appointment as acting "The relative scarcity of adult kinds of plants, roots except they reported favorable would at

the total commercial strawberry of representatives from that which, ho said he found over the postmaster In Starke, made vacant flies, while It may justify suspension portions pf plants without roots this time proceed with the organization \ "

crop Is grown and where the county and the next year was chos state. through the death of Mr. N. of spraying cars does not or soil shall, not be allowed to of growers. I l

marketing: problem has been most en as speaker. Some instances of law violations D. Hull, the appointment be mean that danger of further move Interstate from an Infested Vnnderbllt, M. Norman. ;

difficult. The Indicated twenty; lie was elected to the lower have been reported In certain sec made permanent following the spreading the fly through: carryingit state without a permit from the Theressa' -D. W. Moore\ I

I per) cent decrease In acreage In house of congress where he served tions, he sad'! such as usually oc usual examinations required by the In egg or larva form Is past. On department. Such permits may bo Pine Level-\Martin Oliver. t, }..,'i

i these states, if carried out, would tour terms, after which he retired cur when young game begins to department.The tho other hand It In felt that the obtained upon determination by a Starke-Mitch l Edwards ,l u.t: J.
to relieve the mid-season the of law, the I appointment of \Mrs.\ Young Graham and Hampton-George i g\ !1f.1
go far returning to practice approach maturity but with strictest vigilance! must be exercised federal inspector t that the nursery \
I glut Palatka. Later he and the ; will meet with universal approval, HIiiHon.Lawtey I I :} ,''i
marketing locating at force now in the field cooperation [ to prevent carrying Infestations Is situated and protected as to "
The decreased strawberrw acreage moved to Tampa where he resided of county officers, the violations patrona of the once feeling I it through fruit transported eliminated risk of soil' Infestation -Mr. Freeman.Of I 1 .,S9//"'

?; for 1929, four per cent below several years. are being checked. could not have been placed in more from one place to another." by larvae and pupae of the fruit these six men \Messrs. D. W. -,(,

' that of 1928, failed to bring about In 1914 he returned to Gainesville Efficient: force capable hands.Hunting. fly or t that the articles have been Moore, Mitch Edwards, Geo. IIln,1'

the desired improvement In the where he had been appointed The force is being built up ot :MOSS! OfAllAXIlNi: loaned or treated! as to eliminate Bon, accompanied by G. \M. Inman ; liP

marketing situation at the peak ol registrar of the United States land well equipped efficient men. Woodward SeasonTo M\S nii\: : 1.11"1'1-:1):: any danger of carrying the fruit made a trip to the Plant City HOC- I ft ,"

the season, because of the relatively office. lie later served' as editorof said along "safe and sane" fly or that the articles have orlg-; lion to Investigate, and they will

high yields obtained in many ol the Gainesville Sun and was lines. They are being placed as Open SoonMarsh The quarantine against': I the hunted outside of the eradication report on their findings at the. '., f
the larger production centers. Total !mayor of Gainesville In 1924 and fast as funds become available. shipment of l Florida dry grown are liS. meeting scheduled' Saturday at the I

strawberry production in 19 j9 1925, : The commissioner said he lookedto courthouse. This meeting Is open :, I. ,
moss han been raised by the federal The revised rules also state that .. S|
I was slightly In excess of the record Last year he again resumed the those men to niainta'n cooperation hen hunters are advised government,"at the request ot every container bearing[ nursery: to every|; grower and others interested ;, '

I crop of 1928, Increases In the practice of law with his son Robert with the people) among that It will bo necessary for t hl'mto Congressman U. A. Green of I he stock for which permits for mullIng In the strawberry Industry, -i ''I .'

I irly states bordering the Gulf and W. Davis, Jr. whom they work, and from state secure a county hunting licenseto second district according to advices have been limned shall be and it is tlut deslo of the growers ;f
kill marsh! hens this season of tho ,
committee that section ,
In the states In the north ofsettngthe : Besides! his son he is survivedby and county officials, and to enforce hero today plainly marked with t the name and every
I which opened Styt.) 15, and closes be represented at thin meet
per cent decrease In production his widow and two daughters the law "without fear or favor." ; Tbla action was taken alter i it nddroas\ of the consignor and have county I
November 30th. '. ing to out the plans of or- i': I Igunlzatloll. !
I In the states In between. During Mrs. .Ralph Burton, Washington Every effort will be made to a<>- bad been' represented' to authorities Cecil iely attached a copy of the carry
The for doer (buck only;) !
I the season of heaviest movement D. C., and Mrs. James E. Turbe- oualnt the people of the state with season Wush'nglon that moss cook permit Issued for tho shipment. In ,

prices dropped to such a low I vllle; two grand daughters Mrs. the value of the wild life foundIn opens November 20th and closes not possible be a cruller of Hit1! rave cif car lend lots or I boat shipments 1 b+ re
December 31 for turkey and. ,
point that growers left part ol James Wilkinson, West Palm the woods and waters of the ; quail fruit fly. the permit shall lu uttnclied STATE SCHOOLMEN t
cat squirrel, !November': 20 to February
choir crops In the field. Although noai'h and Mrs. H. E. MacDonald state, how to use and not abuse } Congressman/ Green noted nt she to t the way bill tho regulations I
15 for ducks, doves, ,
average prices for the season were Valdosta, Ga. ; three grandsons\ that resource and the law for its ; geese request of residents of Mlraiinpy, provide ;
brunt, snipe and coots !November': VISITORS :1 :
lightly above the low level oli''J C. Davis Washington! ; liobert protection.The The moss Industry given; employment Tlieio has been no change; however : :
31. It Is 'onBJderedulllawful I
':!:, price : In many of the areas, Walter Burton and Wlllurcl Burton commissioner Bald he hoped 20 to January ( to a large number of In the regulations' covering ___..._ ?,
hunt turkey with dogs
to ;
mme of the states reported( the Washington and five great to see the Interest In conservationof follows I perilous in Putnam, Al.icliuu and thin ucccptunco( for mailing oC( host' \\If"'I.rs.]\ It. I Union!\ state high ,
Bag limits day are ns
lowest average prices in a numberof grandchildren. Florida's wild life so Increased per other Florida countl0s vegetables and means previously' school' Inspector. R \M Evans l elementary f(. ,
: Marsh hens, 25: doer, buck,
years Funeral services will be held at that Its protection would be assured -.- prohibited\ department) of nail school Inspector. and, D.

In the early shipping gulf: states 4 p. m. Tuesday a the family home, only 1 ; quail, 15 ; duck 15 ; I'atMuh'rel. lt.l I'Olt SOMIOOMO: I) culture 1 t rogim; lations. H. Williams' state superv' :sor of ',
15 roots 20 gallinules, l
; ; (
commercial growers marketed the with Dr. T. V. \McCaul, pastor ot -.- ) Furthermore[ roshlpment of host negro education, spent' several t i '
largest crop In their history, at an the First Baptist church ofllc'ating.Honorary !' (ii:<)lt
average price about 14 per cent pallbearers will be I)1F:4iN: rrii.\ the aggregate; for, twenty-five.deer (buck $5 In gold for the must acceptable lu [Florida likewise Is )prohibited ty schools.' They complimentedSuperintendent
Season limit
below that of the two J11.t'cedlngyears members of the Gainesville Bar -- slogan sent In fur the from postoMloetj In other states' It Orlflls on the coni i ,,
In the past ten years the association; Stonewall Jackson Jacksonville, Sept 18.-Oeo. R. only) In 2 ; for turkey, 5, and for new auto shop now building: on Is net forth In the revised, regula- of the county schools' \ as a %r 1)1dltlon

acreage In this group has Increased Camp, United Confederate Veterans Turner, 32, of Arlington, died yes soy\ other game birds! or animals Temple avenue In addition to tons of the dfpnrtmoiit ot agriculture. : whole and paid Lawtey the cornr't'(

almost four-fold. The Increase In and Gainesville Lodge ot ":Ils. terday morning at the United 200. the gasoline and oil station, I a complete The revised regulations state pllment of having the best school *, t- i

1929, following the encouraging -, 4-_ States naval hospital at Guantan- License fees issued by the county washing!: and cleaning de that host fruits and vegetables of any town Its. size In North Florr ,'' '' ttIda.

1928 season was 12 per ent. The FOKMKll: I'I.TKSTlt TO nmo Hay, Cuba according to word Judge are: Game, residentcounty partment will be maintained, giving which have originated In'and have : ,:

plans of growers to Increase the ('OU'II 11. H. S. (UKLH received hero by relatives. I game license, $1.25 ; resident /: customers tho advantage of henn moved from an Infested state' Hampton must make some very ( .

1930 acreage by the slight marg-n! He was chief engineer: aboard other than home county, (ho latest appliances for Klv'ng; shall not thereafter be reshipped needed Improvements In her school f 1'',J ey'

or less than 3 per cent Is, therefore \Miss Estelle Davis former star the Pan-American steamer Charles $3.25 ; resident, state $8; nonresident cars a bath and a permanent wave or otherwise transported) Into or plant during the next year If she /H f c

relatively conservative. Except of Palatka's famed Wildcat quin- 10. Howard, and was on his first state, $25. Fishing: The slogan should be In all' few between the states of Alabama, In. to retain her rating as a Junior J T \ ,

for a reduction of almost 20 tet, will coach the Bradford Whirlwind trip as chief engineer, having: recently Resident, county, other than home, words an possible' and pertaining Arizona, Arkansas, California, itifh school, and the Starke High, d ll\'I",i'"

per cent in the Texas acreage, the this season. been protomted to the post $1.25; resident, state, $3.25 ; nonresident to the class of service it will render Georgia, Idaho Louisiana, Mississippi School had Its otherwise good rat- )ll y,,

Increase for this group of states Miss Davis was selected all-state He Is survived by his widow. county, $3.25; nonresident the public! Nevada, New Mexico North Big considerably marred by sanl- "'if

would be larger the Increases forward as well as captain of the Mrs Thelma Looker Turner, hismother state, $I O. Trapping: -+-- C'urnllna, Oklahoma. Oregon, tary conditions, the Inspectors }s

ranging from 3 per cent In Louisiana Wildcats last year, and Bradford Mrs Louisa 1\f. Turner; Resident, county $3.25 ; resident, POLK i: (...irius: ACTIVK) I !South:; C'urollnu, Tennessee' Texas, found there, bringing down on the ( f .,
In obtaln'ns: four brothers, J. A., Harry E. and county, $3.25 ; resident, county, criticism from Mr. (
and 5 per cent In Florida) and 1 la Indeed fortunate Utah, Washington' or the territory faculty severe
Mississippi to 8 per cent In Alabama her services. Tom all of Arlington, and W. K. other than home, $10; resident, Liquor runners and drunken of Porto Ulco. HlnAon." Cond'tlon( of tho la bora- i\' i

It l Is a little early to discuss[ of Starke, amf! two sisters \Mrs. state, $25 ; non-resident county u uZ5 drivers have had l a hard week of No restriction are placed In the tory must alHO! bo brought up to .j
this and \Mrs. Edith: M. $ ; non-resident, tale, $100. It In Starke, four bulim arrested
During: recent years returns to the Whirlwind'schances for Mattie 12. Macy revised rules and regulation; on state requlri'inents. ,'; ..
growers have been most! discouraging yoar. The girls are already( Ritmell.! :. n.\i by the city police up to Wednesday the interstate, movement from non- The school men also attended Lfi i .
: : lutnvGi:;
In the second-early and In- working! into shape, however, anil The body will be brought to I night and* landed in Jail one white Touted states or article other a school consolidation meeting C i\ i

tprmedlate states or the areas slilp- practically every member of last Arlington for burial. Residents of the western partof and thee negroes Nick Jenkins,, halt I ( host fruits and. vegetables Tuesday: night with Sopt. Griflls. |; .I', ,

n'ng usually In late April, May and year's team Is on hand except Ruth Thomas C. Burns, Southslde undertaker Bradford and those! living across while, ot Coleman was stopped and' railway earn and other veh'clnn who 'Is endeavoring to effect a con- "" \ '
star forwardof will have charge of funeral -' Tuesday by the ofllcers when he such xolldatlon of three or more schools .
June. The combined acreage In Sternberg, captain, a tho line In Union; are again complaining and containers union
arrangements, which will be! was unable to navigate: the streets around the Hellbrorin section If ,
these areas in 1929 was reduced the team last fall. of the bad cond'tlon! of articles have been moved from an
announced later. Burial will be with his car and placed In the jail til's!. Is worked out. It will '.
more than 10 per cent below the the New River bridge; the decking Infested state In violation of the plan
KtClli: PHKVATT: In Arlington cemetery until he could sober up. Wednesday another Junior high: school
acreage of 1928. Yields, how- MHS. being so full of holes as to make quarantine regulations. mean I.
ever, averaged higher than in Mr. Turner died following a it dangerous to traffic. This bridge morning Archie Curry, giving The same clarification( ot host for the county, tho enrollment being
of Mrs L. D. Prevatt brief illness.CAUL his address as the state of New four hundred pupils. fi
1928, the harvested crop was 5 The body la the only crossing avaIlable unless fruits and vegetables as previously ;
per cent greater and prices were of Drooker was burled Sunday, a long: detour Is made, and as Jersey, was picked up by Chief stated by the department of agriculture -t-
LEE Alvarez because the foot 11(11 Iti'COVF7tIN(1
so low 'that considerable quantities Sept. 15 at the Deedon cemetery.She the completion of a new bridge: In establishing the quarantine > : : i
not harvested in some was the daughter of Mr and -- canno't be expected under five or streets were not wide enough for Is still In effect the postmaster -

areas.were As a result, growers In Mrs. Richard Crosby of Brooke, Jacksonville, Sept. 18.-The six months, residents are expectedto him to pilot his Dodge sedan stated. Embraced In the Robert ITolan: Jr.. son of Mr. :
brother, Mr, p, A. many friends of Mr. and Mrs Rob- through without climbingthe and Robert Nolan of the ,
these states report that they Intend and leaves one make a vigorous protest to the classification are all wild and cultivated Mrs.
nine children ert E. Lee of Russel Fla., will curbing on each side. An empty section taken to Tile
to decrease their acreage for Crosby of Brooker, bond trustees of the two counties fruits except watermelons Highland was .
forty-seven grand and great deeply sympathize with them In pint bottle taken from the car anda home Wednesday after spending I
harvest In 1930 by about 15,000 and regarding the bridge. pineapples, strawberries, cocoanuts \
cent. grandchildren. the loss of their infant son Carl full twin accompanied the driverto and other nuts. a week in a local hospital suffering ,
acres, or more than 12 per Lee who died In a local the bastlle. '
returns Washington QUICKER Tn" HI'nT\TIOV': -.- from a broken leg received when. I
During the past three seasons .
Another soul is laid to rest hospital Tuesday The body OF HTBAWHKIUUKH: HOUOI1T Wednesday night< Henry Small he was thrown from a horse ,
been partic VKTKIIANH; TO MEET
to growers have the four Beneath the dewey sod, was removed to Burns and Cly- and Ruth Roberts were captured lutulay of last week.: The Wed4."I I t'f i
ularly discouraging In bright has taken Its more's funeral parlora and accom- Washington< Sept. 16.-Senator after a chase down Church street, broken In two places, was set by tt
Missouri, Kentucky Its spirit There will be meeting of theJ. t "
state of Arkansas a .
had thrown
panied by the family was forwarded Park Trammell! today conferred but not before they Dr. Biggs.
and Tennessee. Shipments flight, with God. last night to Russel, where funeral with officials at the Interstate commerce two gallon bottles of liquor from 3, DlckUon Camp U C. V., on 'f'fEmmett.

from these states have overlapped There to commune. services will take place at commission in an effort to the car. Enough of the liquor and Friday, Sept. 20th, 10 o'clock at CAR OOKH IN CIIKKK ,

seriously about the mlddla of May. A. MEETS WEDNKSDAVRegular / the residence at 10 o'clock this obtain for strawberry shippers of glass were collected to' show what the courthouse. All members are jt'

The 20 per cent reduction that P. T. morning with the Rev, J. E. Mc- Florida quicker transportation of they were transporting and they requested to be present' Impor- Crowded off the road by a roadster '

growers plan to make In the 1930 meeting of the Starke Bridge, pastor of the Baptist their product to the eastern' markets will be allowed to tell It to the tant business will be transacted. a car driven by Mrs Clyde ;:.\ ,

acreage in these four states, to- Association will church officiating. Interment will He pointed out that for mayor Monday. By order of W. T. Weeks, captain Alvarez of Jacksonville crashed p!|t.

gether with the small proportion' Parent-Teachers at the high school audItor- be in the KIngsley Lake cemetery some reason heretofore the rail- commander, S. F. Morgan adJu- throngh the bridge railings at.I It'' '

ot new plantings, will tend to re- be held Wednesday afternoon, 3:30), -.-. roads have not provided strawberry JOHN TILLItt tant. Wateroak, creek on road 13 Saturday ..t ,

lieve the mid-season. marketing ium, All urged to attend. FORESTER RKMIONSII. growers, of Florida with such -. afternoon and landed In the t'.i'

congestion. Among the other mid- Sept. 25th. service as they are in justice en- John Tlllis, 70, of Starke, a LIST OF Nl'MMIIH HOLIDAYS flooded creek. In the car at the ,J

season shipping! states tile reported the returns from a M SebrIng, of Starke, district titled to have. former resident: of this city, died time were Mrs. Alvarez's mother i* 'j ,

plans of growers Indicate that late crop states in 1029 aver- forester of Florida,,has acceptedan lie gave as err Illustration the here today after a short Illness. He Thursday was the last half hoft-! Mrs. Anna M. Kelly and brother r I''

reductions of about 10 per cent slightly larger the same crop as those from appointment with the Georgia fact that strawberries shipped Is survived by three sons. Union, day of this season, the period merchants They were rescued by i't t ,t

may be made in Delaware and IllinoIs aged about harvest. Aside from a 5 forest service as assistant forester from Louisiana to New York, a C. T., and W. T. TIIlls/ of Jackson- agreeing .to close their two other motorists who went Into ... it

and decreases of about 5 per the 1928 In the Mlch'gan of that state and has tenderedhis d'stance of 1700 miles arrive In ville, and four-daughters, Mrs. Dll- places of business coming to a the creek and assisted them from :,; ; .

cent In North Carolina and Indiana per cent decrease Increases In resignation! to the Florida for New York on the third day after lie Thomas of this city; Mrs. An- close with the 10th. Hereafterall the.wrecked car and brought them ."*

Maryland acreage Is expected acreage and slight Pennsylvania acre est service, Assistant State Forester shipment while those moved from nie Thomas \Apopku; Mrs. Murel places of business will remain to Starke. With the exception! of ,;jBt

to Increase about 5 per cent and Wisconsin and reported Indicate H A. Smith announced South Florida to New York, a distance Meeks of Lake City and Mrs. open for the usual hours duringthe a few bruise and minor cute, the ) f }

that of New Jersey 10 per cent. ages, the growers Is expected in Thursday. : of 1200 mile., do not reach Mary Bethea In Mississippi. week. The business! men desire entire party escape unhurt The 1 "

No change in acreage appears to that little change and She commercial Mr. SebrIng wall: succeed Fred New York until the fifth day after Marcus Conont Co., will forward to express appreciation to roadster did not stop to see what /bl. I (

be contemplated In Iowa. Kansas the late group be about If. Merrill of Georgia, resigned. shipment. It la this condition the body Wednesday morning to their patrons for co-operation In damage they had done to the car '

and California and probably none I acreage will probably 1929. or slightly ills resignation becomes effective which Senator Trammell! 1s seek Lake Dutler for burial.-Jacksonville giving the'r employee the half or If any of the. occupants were I : JpI:1.:

In Georgia and South Carolina. the same the overage as In of recent years. ,tober 1. ing to have remedied. Journal Sept. 16th. day off during the summer months. hurt. :'r '
or above :
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} Ill' 10 buy lands !in this SIN-I, 1 'on toM IpANATROPE-P-Ziis--scO'UTS i iliiti' own mull I ntitwnlua was Injunitl In tho northern market> ,i..,,. ,
, ; ; FOREST i )br 't acid and iitlmlnNiiMi+ ..d I a. in the lat( quarter. and no foreign bulbs formei)K i un';" >?1 .

.t' rlmimcs are likely to be made here Inspectors report that I tin' ,'I", ,,i ,
:National 1 Purest I'lIrk.Vhill' the ON COMMON GROUND
I weakness was of )Florida bulbs this ,
TIMBER GROWING But considerable year i ; 'q lu,,''" ,
., : I government agrees to pay bath
; ovlclnt( at the end and tackles. good.So.
.' I Into the state 35 per rout! of the! -
r k gross revenue derived from I th products e. The shifting of Raymond, formerlyof far, Florida bulbs are I'v-, or,r

Ily p, N, IIowpll, Lund Agent movod from the tat: rolls and In- of such lands In lieu of the ,, the backfield, to (left end will the major bulb pests State. ,,U1,,|.1|

and Forester, L. N, Druitzler lumber nd valorem tax lost to the state undoubtedly help the situation: federal Inspectors. after ciiniui, '' ''
creasing the tax burden on the
.a ", Co. and Southern Paper Com- they do not purpose to pay an an- Glenn McMillan Is lilVely to become checks, have not been able t ID and,,{

pany of Miss Point, Miss) bona fide citizen who is rompplled nual tax Such lands must be ex- auarterback and Redgrave full- the greater and leaser bulb Hi...s ,111,,

i to remain on his little plot, t the back. Alvarez' Is settled at half- the state
7 empt from annual taxation. The
'' a'f the of state should be able to throw It back. Ktckliter and Grlfus each A
Any discussion on subject purpose of these national forests .
back into his face and say: 'No, have chances at both backfIeld and
and timber
forest taxation growing areas Is, of course to preserve HTOI" FEE'} COMMOTION
I sir, we don't want it You minedIt end Howard Moore, tackle, may
is conclusion
have but logical -
can timber for our future needs, and Is FROM
+ : I it. which conclusion In keep It; the burden of taxation be fixed permanently at end. Just 111/1'.il/ ;):;
f'' as see a most commendable procedure,,
bo upon you and upon your children how the weakness at tackle will -
( Is to
that it timber growing
but if our government with all its
tit Individual That's the way Homo of them be remedied is uncertain. Plentyof Beginning/ the first of the month! ,
practiced through or resources cannot afford to pay an hotel
the state department
; feel about It. talented candidates are on hand ali, /
f corporate effort, then certainly a annual tax during the period of not collect the annual .
license, ,
I '! For each but all lack experience. i r
at succeeding
+ method of forest taxation will years timber repioductlon how can an 2800
from about
rooming linusi
i 'r have to be worked out by the session of the legislature my state i Individual be expected to do so Whatever changes may be made (
as has been the custom in the :
I,; states that expect to engage In has been trying to enact a forestry While these thoughts might tendto + v one thing is certain. The Days are and will be deprived of about HUM>t_
law Us failure until 1925 the; hard games; ahead witha $1
either the conservation and prolongation was discourage the man who Is now facing 000 yearly
i caused principally by of the determination to break the ap- revenue CommlHHionr
of virgin stands, or in reason practicing or who may expect to
Ben Boatain, advised
: :- the production of second growthon ever presence of attorneys and lobbyists engage in timber grow'ng! I am palling string of defeats that set- ernor today. This rule ItIJV-
denuded lands that will sufficiently representing certain interests tled upon Braford athletics early was adupt
most In my conviction that
positive ed because of a bill .
t last fall passed at th..
? reduce the present carrying who opposed a forestry law It a system of forest protection and last legislature which had
; (t I' charge to enable those owning for fear there might be embod'ed! forest taxation can be put into / the sup.
of Mr. Boataln .
I port as well .
'1 such lands to held them over the therein some provision that would aN tin
effect (and It surely will be) that H2.OOO.000AUK::: nUn state hotelmen's associat'on!'
necossary period of years. I hamper their operations or lessen timber growing on such lands will rmmiTKi; nv applies to all rooming houses I li I

t It Is well known that in most i their profits, and notwithstandingthat be a profitable Investment, and one Jo'J.OIUU.ouowmcs: or r
Whether from Australia or India, words of the song were foreign tp, ten rooms or less, and while u
the forestry laws of state,
+ states the tax rate on standing our of the best
m : and I legacies a man can England( or America, Germany or the them they made there own. -- will riot result In any marked a u i
timber has been constantly! Increasing I suppose some other states, pass on to his estate. darkest part of Africa, there's one Scoutcraft and camping swimmingand Florida has taken its place in ing on the inspection service It w,1l

i According to statisticsIt provide that seed trees should be Probably more thought is directed thing that puts boy scouts from all the thousand and one.things that the commercial production of nar- nave considerable time and h..I.. I

It has Increased In my state two left behind the logging operations to the consideration of rev- over the world on common ground occupied their time during the short! cissus bulbs, according to J, C. the ip,
In Its
department work
yltl thousand per cent since 1900, andas that natural reproduction might enue measures In the most of our and that's music I stay at Birkenhead, was all very well Goodwin, nursery inspector of the with
fast as original stands have continue, such importuning pro- legislatures than to other The New York delegation of Boy for day-time divertlsement, but when the larger hotels. The law w.m,
any one State Plant Board The storaA'sInspection
Scoute took Brunswick not to into effect until
vision is In along a portable evening Tell the Scouts found the go Octoln i
been cut, thus removing from the most cases completely
but that
subject it makeshift
appears of narcissus bulbs has
+ + Ignored.We panatrope as their official mustr il I I panatrope a pleasant change from the first but Commissioner Boat,,mi
assessment rolls the value theretofore I measures destined to meet Instrument when they embarked far day's strenuous exercise.At just been completed and, accord- notified inspectors to omit room!
.v placed on standing timber, of this generation have a Immediate needs without regard to Birkenhead England for the International the
+ meeting this year, there were ing to official figures, 145 Florida Ing houses of this class from tin..
,,4r t, a the practice of taxing officials has i defnite responsibility) In regard to the future are those generally enacted Jamboree this summer and 50,000 boys from 42: countries In the, growers produced over 82,000,000, regular monthly collections.
jr vrt+ c been to charge or transfer this our vanishing forests. We are that troupe proved to be the most world.--and the leaders claim that bulbs this season, with paper I
C loss to the lands, and continue to custodians for I popular one of the gang. Boys from the scout movement his just begun. :. -*-
p S : our boys and girls In my opinion, a nominal tax on all countries white predominating. This Is near-
were constant vlslton at The next
tho wlB
( l raise the value and tax on such and for generations hence. It we the land itself and a severance or Mew York headquarters and If the probably be meeting.held in rlca.way, ly 43 percent of the total United When cooking frankfurtres fm

1 land instead of looking for other i fall to accept this responsibilityour yield tax on the growing crop States production, a large crowd place them in wr,>..

sources of revenue. True, the patriotism can well be questioned when cut is the only method by The South and Southeast will be- .. According to Inspection reports, cornpoppers. They can be eamh

+ march of progress! which ever-de- The march of material and which the Individual land owner Tornadoes 64.500,000 paper white, 14,500- handled heat through quickly

,1"' mands the building of better roads, mechanical progress will develop can and will engage In timber' come the Industrial center of the 000 Chinese sacred, 2,000,000 sol ,, and still acquire that much (cleHtii.

bridges, schools, finer public need for everything In the shapeof growing. Thls'tax need not applyto United this States nation, and if the show placesof Drop First Game ell D'ors, ,and 1.000,000 miscel- wood smoke flavor.

a'; buildings, etc, likewise demands a a tree that can be grown. The virgin!' stands now on the assessment conservation and laneous bulbs were harvested. ApproximatelY -

+ continued Increase of public funds local use, and the commercial utll- rolls. Such timber could reforestation are properly carried
a To Alachua Hi 20,000,000 of these It you don't win at the f""i ,.
a1 ''' to meet these expenses, and this Izaton! of such trees will contribute continue to be assessed. with an ad out. This can be done through were round, marketable bulbs although don't get disgruntled and quit '11 ,

4t 7_ ever rising tax tide on standing to the welfare and happiness of valorem tax until cut and passed education of the Ignorant citizen not that many will be marketed to find out why the other fpllim ,

y timber and on cut-over lands to all classes of citizens and If we from a virgin to the potential for- who applies a torch to woodlands lluitf Hints At Slink '- _IK-fent products beat yours and. th+ 'I'

r'Ih get this revenue results from two perpetuate our social and Indus- est area. Some of the more pro- and through proper taxation. Tax- Should l !><> Hftuid| (.:"KI. Mr. Goodwin says that Florida grow products as good as his n+' "
causes: First, because It offers the trial life ation and timber growing Is one of
the obligation '
rests uponus gressive states (among which is grown; bulbs are being welcomed time.
easiest and most 'simple method; to both grow and conserve the good state of Lou'slana) have the most Important subjects that (By DILL DUNCAN) u________

and second, it has in some meas- trees. When I take my boys and similar laws. The state of Wisconsin can engage the attention of any The heavy Alachua grid outfit, . A "" ''' .. .
kC! f, ure been provoked. the boys of other men by the hand law, a tax of 10 cents per economist who seeks reforms. :.' ', : .. : -n. -, .:.: : '- ..: ..\.I.. .

+ Now, I will get back to the Injustice and lead them out over this vast feasible As I understand the Wisconsin The Southern Forestry Congress coupled with a Friday the Thirteenth 1'" _...._ _...._...'L. ,_.__ .._ ,_ _. .._ __,.
Is doing a. great service toward to be to much for'
of this of taxation proved
system area "no man's land"theso
't m'.l! law, a tax of 10 cent per
y later on, but right here I would lions of acres of blank, cut-over, acre Is assessed against the land these reforms. This Congress hall Bradford's Tornado last week, and

like to digress and draw a picture burned over lands, where modern under contract, then a yield tax of helped to awaken the South, both the locals dropped their first game

that is not altogether pleasant to logging\ ) methods have wrested 10 per rent of the stumpage; value to Its dangers and to Its poHBlbllltles of the season, 20-0, The tilt was tKINGOFMOTOR

a w r most of us who have engaged in 1 1l from the forest every vestige of of the timber when cut The state from a forest standpoint May played on B II. S. soil, referreed

l lumbering for the past decade, but tree growth-too eager for the then pays to the county or town the good work they are doing bear by Brady Cowell, coach of Flor

I which I believe to be a true picture last farthing to leave a few seed with funds appropriated by the bountiful harvest, and men lie ida's Baby Gator football squad,

and a true condition. I saidthat trees to aid nature to restor in legislature for that purpose, 10 constrained to follow their admonishing and was witnessed by n nice

the disposition on the part time some semblance of this resource cents per acre on all forest croplands counsel crowd: but aside from that !It wasa

of taxing officials to continue to t for the benefit of those who as a refunding sum for sacrificed most dlsappolnt'ng! afternoon

Increase the tax rate on* timberand must remain or must live in another revenue Thus the commonwealth .......................... The visitors boasted of a strong

denuded lands was partly pro day, I get angry, because I at large assumes a part of : GRAHAM line-plunging attack In which

yoked I use the word provoke realize: the loss that will be the the burden, of timber. productions \ .: Howell Rivers, a. halfback was an :

advlaely, but to explain; I have lost of these' boys and girls Its people. ........................ outstanding figure Rivers scored'

been closely associated with tax through such wasteful method No man can or should protest Mr. and Mrs R. M. Johnson and the first two touchdowns in tho

T ) commissions, county assessors and I do not say that all lumbering against the payment of his Just second and third periods each the
family returned
today from Georgia
t boards of supervisors for a num concerns have followed this course. tax necessary to defray govern- where they have climax of steady hard-driving

? ber of years-my principal bus( Plenty of them have been more ment expense, especially on a basis brother. been visitingher marches down the field. Rivers

ness with such gentlemen) being an conservative, more disposed to regard of equal taxation applied to all Mr. Krvnn: Murihee scored both counts with bucKs over
and son K
effort to prevent higher rates oran themselves as trustees for people enjoying government pro B made business the right side of the line.
a Starke
effort to get same reduced after posterity, and I am glad that I I tection, and speaking of taxation trip to The vlstors' last touchdowncame i

raised and I think I know the I have been Identified with one who in general and who pay the taxes, Saturday.Mr. Elder in the final period at a time
King and Edmotored d
mind attitude and provocation of has not only left the small timber I am reminded of the oftheard son, when Bradford was In possession

s l't 'N such men quite well. From one behind, but have left selected seed reference to the "rich tax dodger over here Saturday morn of the ball Redgrave had just
standpoint a tract of timber that 'trees as well In fact I do not believe ," I have no license to defend Mrs Gladys Wasdln left broken up an Aalachua threat with FUEL

belongs to a man is his to do with a man has ever made a dollar the rich. I belong to the opposite morning for Tallahassee Monday a neat interceptance of a pass.

as! ho sees fit, and while I am in manufacturing Into lumber lass, but In my opinion there Is sho will where The Tornado bucks then unwittingly -
enter school.
neither a Bolshevik nor a Socialist trees say of six and eight inch dodging!
less tax by the rich than Miss Pauline Mills elected to try a pass while deepIn
+ -ia I want to stay hero that from size. The felling logging and by any other class of our people. Surrency were visiting and Mrs.Del Bare ma their own territory. Pete is Betteilo

; : a larger, more liberal and more manufacture of such trees have In fact, Uncle Sam has such a complete foot of Starke Sunday. Stringfellow, lithe Alachua end

,I patriotic standpoint, timber is a been a loss to the manufacturer, to, knowledge of their incomes i Mr. Itickenbaker Intercepted It and with excellent

natural resource placed here by his estato, and to the future citi they can't dodge. The most of us Starke county agentof Interference dashed back 25 yards

Nature's God, not for the use and zen. would be floundering If we didn't' Friday. passed through here to his goal, :

abuse of one generation alone, but Another picture Is this: Irrespective have some rich men to pay the Mrs. A. G, Brown Tho last quarter was easily the !
and daughters
'p;, to be conversed and exploited i in of who might or might not taxes. One would gather from certain Th'elma! most interesting of the somewhatdull Ways
and Edith and Edna
; t such a maner as to contribute to be responsible for the improper depletion I current literature and apostles Williams game. In It, Bradford openedup j
were visiting Mrs. Irene
the material needs of man over the of our forests (and we are : of unrest that a man who Lamb Tuesday afternoon.Mr. a belated attack that was car-

1 longest period possible. Feelingthus all responsible to an extent) ,, we saves his money sticks to his job R. S. Wasdin of here rying her well on the way to a

: I do not believe that we of cannot get away from the fact that and thereby gains the confidence Is business visitor to Starke Monday was a touchdown when the game ended. The exceptional PERFORMANCE -

this generation have a, right to we have staring us In the face mil a. crook, hypocrite, tax dodger, Miss Delma With McMillan throwing 15 and
sever the so-called lions of Surrency, Miss Pearl of Woco-Pep is due to these 7
original forest
acres denuded lands In etc. Compare the rich man and Rickson and Leon 20 yard passes to Redgrave and

ti in such manner as will not allow the Coastal Plain region alone the poor man; the rich men of today Starke Saturday Dryden afternoon.motoredto Raymond, and Sam Alvarez cut- points of superiority. Hundreds of thou-
11Yij it to renew itself for the benefit which will
become+ an economic liability are a better class of people Mrs Annie ting loose an off-tackle slant that
of those who come after us, and instead of an asset, not only than were the rich men of any Inez and Mrs.Roberta Ream and Roberts daughter netted 15 yard the Tornado swept sands of Dixie motorists buy only W oco-

}.r 4 my experience Is that those men to the owner, but \\o the nation and preceding age. They are doing motored to Starke Monday. down the field In a leap and bound. Pep. They know it gives them (1) Better
r go to make up our averagetaxing state unless a system of forest tax- more to Improve the condition of Mrs. But the boys were just too late in

I n officials feel the same way ation can be worked out that will the common mass of people thanat Sunday May from McKinney where returned finding themselves. Their offense Mileage, (2) Giant Power, (3) Less Car-

sucn about omciais I it. Too mane often.statements have I heard to so_reduce_ the .carrying charges onauiii any other period. In England, has been vlaltlnor U Sampson__ _friends_ ___._ _and__ _"._she.111.__.. did not click In any of the three bon, (4) Anti-Knock, (5) Quicker Start
minis as 10 render it not only for instance rich men are being preceding: periods.

the effect that certain lumbering possible but profitable, for the I so heavily taxed that they are no tlves.Miss Thelma Brown and Pauline The defeat, while regrettable, and Lightning Pickup, (6) Clean Burn-

concerns were making a wreck of owner to hold expend and 1 longe able to maintain ther! will do the
money, estates Mills motored I home team more good ing and (7)
Starke Satur Complete W
the format! Safety. Try oco-
:r -leaving absolutely grow timber thereon. The out
vast and l are selling This la day afternoon. than harm. As wet weather has
-, a nothing but ruin in their path and majority of these lands are unfit a poor man's' age especially In Quite a large hindered all scrimmages for the Pep! It will be a motoring treat.
crowd enjoyed
that they expected to make them for the production of anything ex- America. At no other time In his- peanut boiling a past two weeks It has been Impossible
pay for It. Whether or not this attitude cept timber, and it timber given at the homeof
not tory has there been such a narrow Delma Surrency for Coach Ihrlg to get a proper -
Is Justified I will not say, grown nothing will be. Idle lands line between the rich and poor so ning. eve- slant on the boys until this I worthy smooth
Everybody reported a nice run
( but
y it exists nevertheless. like idle men, are a liability. Even far the and TillS
as privileges pleasureseach game. A big shake-up is very .- of Woco-Pep I Is
., I will not presume to speak for were every acres suited to Intensive enjoy. From a forestry stand., time.Mr.. and Mrs. Felton Graves likely to be the result of his observations the supe.Penas.hanla
other states, but I know some sawmill agriculture another of point this reminds of the / grade oil that lands under
crop me con left Saturday for their home and it should be a rejuvenated up
'f?Yl concerns in my state who have timber can be grown upon them i dition that exists here In the South I Lake Wales after In team that will play to I extreme motor heat. That' why

in the past instructed their log- before any great per cent will be on wild pine lands wherever the parents. a visit with her day. The dependable "truckload ( It'. good for a thousand miles ofSAfC
i ging crews to leave absolutely needed for crops, for we appearto open range prevails. We see citizens Virgie Brown triplets"-Inman center and Graham 5 lubrication per crankeaiO
of here
nothing standing; after felling all be over-agriculturallzed was visitIng filL Add. years of life to your
everywhere living near and Brownlee
even his cousin Hubert Prescott guards, held,
of car.
timber of commercial size to cut ready. Timber growing on such on'and using free of rent and tax, Starke ,,41
down the smaller trees that might lands then becomes an economic land that belongs to the socalledrich. Mrs. O. night. These product with POWER-

remain for fear of being taxed necessity. lie gets his wood, fencepost Padgett and P. Wadsworth, Mrs FILL Purol Gasoline (for those
thereon. Such methods have the In my opinion the Mr. Pringle were who prefer a straight gasoline)
tax on timber house logs, boards; !in tact, shopping
opposite effect from that intended. has been the most unreasonable everything he wants from the oth- in Starke Saturday afternoon 'WHERE A PENNY provides year-round service for
,,;''pp;; It provokes that every Florida motorist. The eta
taxing officials who are has ever been placed on any er fellow's land, appropriates and CAN
Miss Thelma Brown and SAVE A lions serving them match
Lacy POUND qualify
looking to the future welfare, and commodity. It has not only been uses such lands aa a tree pasture
Rtgdon were visiting Miss Eva THERE YOU WILL FIND product with quality service.
resources of their double WISE
i community to I taxation but doubled many for grazing his cattle, sheep, goats Rigdon Sunday afternoon. MEN
raise instead of lower, taxes. Some times again. I call to mind the hogs, burns them over wheneverhe Quite -8ar+.a
crowd from
: of the men who use these destruc experience of one man in our state, pleases Irrespective of the dam- here attended -

tive methods are the first to cry who in 1911! bought 45,000 acres age to young timber and loss to vatt the Sunday.funeral of Mrs. Rachel Pro- j r _tD On CO. Dtttribmtortof

y out against tax increases and of virgin pine timber. In 1926 he the
In tact
owner. exercises more Mr. TIlE BPfJBBE
and Mrs. A, Q. Brown were } OIL
threaten to allow had
their cut-over cut all but 7,600 acres of this right and jurisdiction oVer such
It visiting Mr.
and Mrs.
lands forfeited to the state to get tract, yet in 1926 his taxes on the lands than the owner who pays the Brown Saturday Henry 'C@I
out from under the burden 7,600
unless acres that remained taxes
were and carries the load can, under
are having .
A" taxes are reduced. Only a few more than on the I a revival meetingat .
45,000 acres In the law exercise himself. It ......_ ..
the Christian b I r----
weeks ago an official in my state 1911. It Is Just as unreasonableto My friends, we hear a great deal church Every false economy to save the -"-. ",.:P 'O&r--"" ........_ .<.._ _.u .

I I and myself had occasion to pass assess a tax every year during about the resources and possibilities body Preacher Invited.Dixon of The Jacksonville.preaching by between trifling: difference dependable in sto kin f- = = ..

( i4 through an extensive territory recently the growing period of a crop of of the south. Even now southern urance ana -
logged-a very broken, hilly timber and before It has been har- cheap, unsafe -- ----- -
? development tar exceeds that A new steamship line from Miami type of insurance.
country unfit for anything except vested and the owner realized e which is taking place In other 1
any: Nassau Havana and the Complete
r+ "+ timber production, ;yet nothing profit as it would be to assess a section of our country. Wasteful West Indies w'll'! begin safety, b ,eapsCpd with
operating Sound We
whatever left In the shape of mother cotton corn, pecan, or wheat crop methods have almost depleted one early In January with Miami aa a code fire Insurance Is YES can charge your

a trees to re-produce. This omclal every week during the growln: of our greatest resources namely, base according to Information quay 8 HRS
received W
1'r' made this statement to me: "That season. Especially Is this true with imber.! We left the barn door on August 30 by Welton A .-. furnish ib I ) STORAGE BATTERY InSmith's I

h when a man takes a virgin forest reference to second growth which and allowed the horse to be stolen Snow, city: manager. There will

and converts It Into a non-renewal, the owner is expending money to : ''jut have awakened In time to las- be but a single ship In the service ]HAROLD C. WALL

no-revenue producing desert, then I produce and at the same time pay 'o the colt. Experience Is a good but It win be one of the finest in '

attempts to get relieved of the bur ing a tax: on the land itself. teacher, and 'f we profit through similar service anywhere In the INSURANCE Starke

den of taxation by allowing It forfeited A* :you all know the United \r mstnhthe! resources of the world. If It comes up to the standard 'Garage

: to the state thus being. r.- States Government la now prop uth bad'only: been touched. i claimed for It. I STARKE, FLORIDA ,Ha.

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ax6re--Stara: good:: iusi .pent the weak< end) with his parents --- t
I of i iBsu.'d from" the offlcu of state comptroller Mr. and Mrs W M. Chicago Has Business : '
Newt Florida in Short Paragraph Kruest I: j Morgan.; .. Largest Building ,
Amos yesterday' Ancil! GrUtU underwent an operation -J .
when It was annoumed that
Mr for
appendicitis Thlu'uniiymorning
1 I Amos hnd signed an order frees' I of InM t week

ling, Hio accounts of the Itnnk of Those attend I .,.
us church t
[ Live State NewsTOLD \Vild: and advertisement,! was ordered IH'ilforoim from Ktvrxifun: Sun new '." : .
JI \
I published In the Evening' clay were: Mrs Hester Sapp\ ..launitu I I
News giving notice that bank officials Rosier, Cohen Poole Mrs Mag-/:: I I II
would apply to the Honor- glo Forsyth, Lucille cold Kugi'iit* "V '-V )
I able Judge A. V. Long In open' Fomyth." Horace, Russell and 6"1'"
: BY OUR EXCHANGES court In Branson, Florida, on Sep- Charlie Redding. "'1'11'.''

tember the 24th, for a court order Mr. and Mix Allle Peclo mid 1 I ;

.. ,, confirming the order of comptroller ) children were tho KIH-KIH of !Mrs !! I '/"
Am --l -"---'-l--l t-(--(--- BJ.uI '-' -- "
; Anton. The business men llebter Sapi 1"" ,
Thursday of hiv i"r. 4>
I ,ytona Reach A cnmpalgnimJir J ',tiilo motor vehicle commissioner; and depositor, general, have week I ,', ,.
,, any hero to fcslabllsh a of Tallahassee !shown the utmost faith and j
inurlul$ to speedsters who have timism concerning! the Dank I ""i''
,,1 I Daytona Beach's famous! Plant City'! In the campaign Waldo and the news will be 01)1 I.....N.01 rrJ100.ON.1..ti 4;

i ,"h. tpeertwny to smash! rocorels staged welcomingly ,.
Wednesday to secure mem received all over mid- I. IIKIMJIIOXX: "Kl'KINflS I ,
i ,,' i list/ : automobiles. The city re- bers for the new Gulf Toast 110ulI dlo Florida, '. Milts| I'ciul ol'num .r .. .
mlv donated $1,000 to go Into try I" co-operative It Is : '
fund for the proposed memormart all of the poultrymen sold or pra.tlcally flock- Daytona Roach Harley Lilly, 0...0+.......v0.0.....10'' \ I '

Lt!, owners of any size In thin' section 7, played about the front of his !Mi1, and Mrs O, L Snip wore (
were signed up. Prior, to the drive homo hero today, venturing once (lie guests of Mrs! J. II. Wuln- 11 :"
:, .'- A coroner's Jury was.t'mitlnn most of tho leading poultry men Into the street and Into the )path of wright,, Sunday afternoon.Our r. :
,t the finding o( the of the sect ion had joined the or- motor truck. The truck driver school) wns, well)) representedat r'' ,
i i i ml body of Andrew P. Itlcl ,",i.,'riy recluse! of Jupiter Fla., In In bringing |In a substantial number on the briiKeu of the vehicle to afternoon.
i.aih. about 100 yards from, thei of the remaining producers bring It to a halt just as it struck !Misses Rosa and Hetha Clemons Chicago has taken another dramatic'' embody the best and most modern ,
...,. > In which he lived. lllckon The Ilarley. were the atop na the great central market achievements of engineering science 'eh ,/
i nHt" drive was continued The boy was thrown to guests of Mli'B' Pearl Norman ,'
yesterday The new gigantic (30.000,000 Merchandise It will be tho largest single development 1,
,? .aid to have lived alone In a cabin by several I who the payment but was not injured. Sunday "
wore unable to I Mart spreading over ".000000 of air rights Tho entire ground
] about 12 miles west of Jupiter 11al'tlclllllteVI'dneKduy.. ;Mrs. Lilly warned him against !Miss Lois Gainey spent' the square feet of floor apace, when completed level be':.* the street floor will be a t? 4 4?
,,.II], Cyprus creek. playing In tho street. "That's the week-end at home. In the early spring of 1040 will modern freight station
f 'I Tallahassee, nearest you'll ever come to being Miss Marvin Hitch of Rulford In be twice the size of the largest business Lawrence H.Wliltlng. Chicago banker r
-- According
to the of the board of the
building In the world. Thousands and chairman
Wart Myers A contribution of run over and live she the guest of her sister Mrs. Red
present outlook, (he enrollment through It. of cubic feet of Indiana limestone Indiana Limestone company, pointsout
asent. to President Hoover by of the 192tl-30 session at the FlorIda sIll II.. Three hours later t the boy dish. make this mnmmoth building a distinctly that big business la being done t s .J
lames Croflon of Fort Myers, to State College for Women will was dead, killed Instantly ad the II There was a. big crowd attended conspicuous structure la, the more and more In concentrated areas.
in used In the erection of a school be even larger than that of last excitement of his games drove church at Union Sunday. rapidly developing new river district As an example, the Furniture Mart in I ,
hiiiiHa In the nine Ridge section of year which numbered 1594 from his mind the mother's ad- Miss Edna Strickland spent (lie Under one roof will be roundeR Chicago, built through his efforts, !! ,
I stu and merchandise of houses 700( furniture manufacturer.several I"
\"l'llnla. was returned by the dents. All monition and brought him Into the week-end at home. quarters displays
rooms In the residence( hundred of tho country's tore where their product are shown In l niM' jc6 / 1 )i1IT/Nq ,
president who advised t that the halls were, taken several months path of an automobile: driven by Our school Is progressing, nicely. most manufacturers, whole filers and the most modern manner. Leading :

necessary finances had been obtained ago, and since( that time quite a Miss Mary K. Eaten, onion, S. C. Teachers and pupils are happy.Mr. Importers. Facilities for handling! cities have automobile rows, financial goods centers, etc., all of which mad f
number of students have signed Mack Carmichael was looking merchandise within the building will districts, clothing centers, cotton (|for better, more profitable business. I '
Tallahassee After after his Interest In Halford .
up to live In private homes near functioning: '
Milton -- Armed with his commItment Ilio' campus and in sorority houses. In North Florida since Its organ- Saturday afternoon, M>Tiri'! toinoys to prevent the enforcementof mately S,000Vou on Its Tampa I: "

papers Jim Smllh, who The enrollment for this year Is Ization a little over a year ago In Misses Mildred, Mamie Lou Nor- a no fence law Rovernl days I plant. U S. Phosphoric Products J to" 1

had) been convicted In Holmes steadily on the Increase as new educating the people of that sec man, Jeanette Russell and Hoy To restaurants, lunch or sand- ago Judge flnorga William Jackson Ind., is closely allied with the Tennessee q I
county. of being Intoxicated and students are entering finch day. tlon to the economic, as! well as Carter motored to Starke Sunday.Mr. wich stands or counters hotels, handed clown dlclston Copper and Chemical Cort : ,
mintenceel to five months work on physical danger caused by forest and Mrs N. C. demons a on a
the road, arrived here minus an Sanford A national adWrlls-, firM, the Florida Forest Service were visitors in Starke lust Thurs boarding houses, rooming houses stockmen upholding: the coustl- poration. I

escort and said' he was ready for Ing camplgn Involving expenditure I has! just'extended Its activities for day. and apartment houses.All preclous petition filed by the ?
tullonnllty of the .
no fence law
!business. He saved the county a of $100,000 Is one of the features the first time to the south central persons furnishing meals The '! (
hearng the
small sum In transportation of un orderly marketing programof portion of the state. A protective IXKP- TIN LICKNsK: Itl'K, : 0('- lunches or operating a hotel, be on new \petition !M jj
must held within the next thirty
charges. the Florida State Celery association unit for the guarding of about TOItKlt! : 1HT SAVM COMMISSION- boarding:' : house, rooming houseor Your tongue J h ,, 4
days, the date to he set at the 11; : r
which plans to have a 200,000 acres of timber land In lilt: OK HOTELS: HKV: ltOST.\l.\ apartment house are requiredto
pleasure of (Hie court following the
Orlando Extent of tho fern clearing house functioning before Highlands county Is being: estab- file a description and address return of Judge Jackson from: tells when you ji; it
Industry In Orange county I Issliortu the: next crop season. Assurance shed[ by the forest service. Plans Honorable Ben H. Bostaln, ho- of their business' and 8'l'llreI Knoxville :

In information issued by that the clearing house will be a I are being laid for the ejection ot tel commissioner, upon being; Interviewed state Inspection license\ from state need I. >J.
the Orange county chamber of going enterprise was given officialsof two 80-foot steel fire towers, to be at Tallahassee In regardto ( hotel commissioner Tallahassee.
commerce which has estimated the state association Jlere by used In watching for burning tim- the activities of his olllce. said Those "who shall fail, refuse or According( to Information received f: : "

titan. $400,000 worth'ot ferns are grower-shipper Interests from Sanford ber. The forest service's first your that they were mailing out application neglect to pay said license on or a few days ago the U. S, 'fr
marketed annually In that county. Manatee, Ovledo and Sara- of operation In the state has! resulted blanks to all citizens of before October 1st" of each yearor Phosphoric Products' Corporation, t r
The Industry employs 490 persons' sota districts. in the establishment ot whom they have a record, who the first day they open for business now Im'IdlnK a new plant on the 4' f
and represents! capital Investment such protective units over 900,000 are operating hotels, boarding "shall be guilty of a mis cum shore of Hlllsbnrough; Hay "
of half a million dollars.I'ensaoola Key West, -Dave Z. Filer who acres of Io'iorldltimber lands. Iis'orth hauses. apartment houses, rooming 1 demeanor": and the law requires near the Alafla River lit Tampa' otat
e e e S until last December was Monroe Florida the service Is protecting : houses, restaurants/ lunch or fifty percent penalty to be addedto I has decided upon. a material expansion ( :

-- James Robinson c ounty clerk, today faced the 700,000 acres, 156.000 In sandwich stands or counters this I the license" fee unlesn pu'd within of'It* plans.' Originally It TRADE MARK 1.E0. ,r b)'I'I ,
ni'Kro. applied at the office of prospect of serving a mixlmum of Clay county; 173,000 in Columbiaand state I fifteen days after It Is due. was Hinted the I immense plant f'f
'ounty Judge Robert P. Stout for :JO! years in the state prison for Baker; 14.000 In Union; 82- Mr Boa tain says that the law re- Make! application for license to w'ih channel to deep water, turn J

marriage license to wed Mary Misappropriation of public funds 000 In Gllchrlst.; 145,OOu in Bay; requires every person, firm or corporation BKN: II. BOSTALV. ing basin, wharves etc, and tha

IVrrv" : Later In the afternooll, he entrusted to his keeping, A Jury, 30,000 In Marion: ; 60,000 In Putnam operating a hotel, boarding Hotel Commissioner largest sulphuric acid mil 1111 flll'- Coated: tongue, dry mouth, 1 I

>tone back to the Judge's office and after one hour of deliberation, late and 10,000( In Walton For Louse, apartment house I'oomI I-20-2t! _. Tallahassee, 1la. turing plant In the world wouldrcproM'iit bad breath, muddy skin, : ,j r,
aid lie, had been mistaken In tho yesterday returned a verdict:( of that work, seven steel towers!, connected Ing house, restaurant lunch or -- .- un expenditure of about. and { ''f ,
inline of the woman he married guilty In Filer's trial on charges with rangers by telephone sandwich stand or counter or any A new petition has been' present- $5000,000. Latest niinoiincetiient.howovor ctomach eroggy nerves sour .
,,mil, that It should have been Mary ft embezzling 19000. The conviction have been erected., Two district building' : or structure where roomsor ;pel and l filed by tho cattlemen of In to tho effect that the j suggest its use. t

I'l" IK-(' I was on only one of four foresters one at Starko and the nieuls are furnished for pay to( 'Putnam county through their nl- 'ol'w'ratlon i will tI"11I"1I11lIIII'n" )!:! d l,

S I counts. Sentence was expected to other at Panama City, have boon trannlent or permanent guests, to -- u .' n
I'ulatka -- Putnam county has be passed today. supervising work I file the correct address and description i If l I
limed other counties of the staten of t their place of business ''I
] :a ,court test of Its "nofence"law Mount orn--O M Hale, of I ............c,+, ;...... and apply for an ihspertlotlicense :!( ,, ,,
After Circuit Judge Jackson Mt.\ )Dora, had fish for dinner tonight .. from the hotel commission, (rf,;' ',
!md denied a petition for an Injunction -a nine-pound bass but did : HAMPTON : on or before October 1st, or the l li4 ll

restraining the sale of not catch It on a hook. After Mia. Allfl ftlmmw. Car. A first day they open( for business. II
< title taken under the law. anoth- fishing In rough water In a nearby The law requires a fifty percent '
.00..NNOON. N110..0. .
""i1" application, this time for a rehearsing lake for an hour or morn Hale penalty! to be added to the license IIr
has further held up en- weighed anchor and pulled out for Miss Granella Stanley, who Is fee unless paid within fifteen -
toreement" of tho act. his pier, not too sympathetic with teaching) In the public school here, days from the date It Is due. r
his IIcklnd east winds particu spent the week-end with her par The law does not require Mr. / 1

Tallahassee Florida's state larly. Just as he was about to eats In Hague tlostaln to mull out the lippl'catlon ,
banks and trust companies held dock tho huge bass flipped himself Mrs. If. D. May and daughter, blanks and notices promiscuously olet5kx 5 :1 b

nearly two hundred million at the squarely Into the boat. Hale !Mrs. W. H. Maxwell, were business over the state but he does so as a ;,:
,close of bus'ness'! June 29, the state saw his opportunity and seized It. visitors to Starke last Mon- matter of courtesy and fairness, to 0 r ,

banking department announced today The fish was carried to his home day. all citizens of whom he has a record i :ii} ::11:1
,, A statement showing the for, dinner. Rev P.V.. Corr of Gainesville, In order to save them the possibility '
condition of 202 state banks list I was a visitor here last Saturday.Rev. of overlooking the matter, %
ed resources' of approximately Jacksonville Mrs.( Ftashllee Corr was pastor of the First and thus save them the embarrassment :

m.000,000: and deposits of $54.- Thompson, 4, who left here todayby Baptist church of Hampton In of not having their license / H HFoy :
000,000 and savings deposits of automob'le/ for Atlanta to face 1897, and has friends here who and having to pay the penalty. /1:1
$ {(,000,000. charges of aiding and abetting the are always glad to see him. In fairness to newcomers and
!Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Morris and
escape of J. Aubrey Smith, notorious those who have recently entered I'
Fort Lauderdale A mortgage / Georgia bandit from the prison daughter Miss Earnstlne, of Mor-I, Into the business of renting/ rooms '
foreclosure of $2,075,000, affecting at !Mllledgevllle, declares she metto.' are the guests of Mrs. and furnishing/ meals, Mr. Doslaln I ;
] t,440 acres, has been filed in Is the "victim of circumstances"and ris parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. Y. Is having an Item published In .

"it) United States federal district did not know Smith was an I Saxon. practically every newspaper In the p J '
00'11'1' at Miami, threatening Hol- outlaw./ The woman, arrested recently Hev. Norris of Lacrosse' will state, culling attention to the fact '' 4 1w A a7
i wood's title to its portion of the In Miami spent last nightIn preach at the Baptist church next that the Inspection license Is due

purr' at Municipal Slip No. 1. Port Jail here, as officers\ carried her Sunday morning and evening', Sept on the first of October. You will 10.\ 'rglades., Over 450 persons andimp.inles back from Florida to the Georgia: 22nd. find thin advertisement in the 'I''I'80 : t;
"" were made defendants capital. Smith escaped from the Mrs. J. H. Colley and daughters 'rooms for rent" column/ and Mr. {

.' 'she suit, filed by the Biscayne prison where ho was serving a Misses Shirley and Francis, lostaln suggests that you Immed- Delightful to Drive -so Economical to Own/ I y : ,1 :
who have been visiting friends and
Trust Company. term of 145 years lately make application for this: In- p
e relatives In Flat Hock and Fublus spoctlon license that will; be due The Chevrolet Six delivers Its power Many people still do not appreciate ir,1! I

Tallahassee-The state board Orlando Orange county's I Alabama, have re tuned to their October 1st, and save yourself the with that smooth, even, velvety how little it costs to own a Chevro- t ilil.;,. .
""., pardons adjourned today until only near-geyser the "spouting( home here. fifty percent penalty that Is Imposed I flow which characterizes the truly let Six. You can actually secure a t I!til : i i..,

next: Thursday after hearing about well" at Falrvllla has resumed Mrs W. O. Bennett of Hawthorn by law, fine automobile. 'At every speed, you Chevrolet Six for practically the { I' i

''"'0 of a list of more than 1000 applications operations after several months of was a business visitor here travel without the slightest annoysame cash and monthly payments ;{::1"

of state and county prisoners nacttvity, Indicating to old timers' last' Saturday.Dr. It is now the open season for ance from vibration. Equally deyou would expect to make for any t ,p1 1 n
for clemency. The board In central Florida, that the sum W. Ii. Parks, one of Starke's' cflllng cotton stalks and thereby lightful are Its comfort and hanlowpriced car. Furthermore, it is J \\1'

derided to adjourn after It was mer's rains! have been more than leading physicians, was a bualness helping to kill: next year's boll, dling ease. Four long semi-elliptic unusually economical to operate ,.
found that the remaining argu- usually plenteous. The well spoutsat visitor here last Saturday weevils and anthracnose. shock absorber springs provide the better than 20 miles to the nation t

ments on behalf of prisoners are Inervals, shooting a stream of Hev. Dixon, pastor of the Chris- road balance found in the finest cars. of gasoline, with unusually low oil :t
to be and and water into the air for tian church here, preached two Interesting Gmceville 575 bales cotton at' c
made by attorneys In spray And the steering gear is equipped consumption. Come in for a demonstration ; i
around it cbnslderable height. It was sermons last Sunday ginned: !here to recent date. ('
Tallahassee, and that a _. throughout with friction-free ball today! J.\1\ I
morning and evening to a large -------
would be convenient for the law-' created when drillers boring to bearings. : ::
F' ; I
yers to come back next week. make a drainage well, struck an audience. o-.e.-
air pocket. The well is at the edge Mrs. E. D. Futch who has been Durable and The $ i:,.. '
Jacksonville building of lake and when the lake Is visiting her brother, Mr.. Johnson -so Dependable/ 595ROADSTIR t
Flordia a ........... 'F
down of Ralford, for several weeks -f>-' COACH H
Permits for August show the most sufficiently high, water goes The Chevrolet Six is built to the :
active period In construction witnessed the well, only to be forced upward returned to her home last Sunday. world's highest standards. Its design Th. Th.I..pwtal !
In several months, accord- again when the weight of the wa- A. L. Sullivan of Theressa! wasa represents more than four years* .. ..... 525 SUDAN........... 695 Jt]; y'. ,]

ing to reports received by the FlorIda ter causes a "back-flre" from the business. visitor here last Saturday I 18868 8888BBB development and testing. Materials P Arr0N525 Th.-. Dootlftr)', .'595 .'r 100))'' ): ,

state chamber of commerce. air pocket. BAR B P are carefullyselected.Ilighlysklllevl tpB.595 1).0.r"yCa..ne400) 1 \I'

tate Figures reveal covering a total 37 of cities$3,362,132as In the Ocala-Enoch e Thomas, alias ....NNNNNI V.N.N V .N, workmen operation.perform And every inspection manufacturing Is- COUnt Th.s port......... .4 645 Tb I H Ton Ch.-1.. .'545 hr',i

against $2,435,276 in the same Martin Brewer of Winter Haven, F.VEKGREKVMn. t rigorous. and continuous. The result gtAN.675: Th.C.IUMU; wit nc ....'650 d4l',It ,'
communities for August 1928. The I who claimed to be a cousin of Gov. (: F. A. Roster. Cor.) 7i Don't be Influencedby is quality so high that you can ,a\I,, ..
'hit!) and threatened to call Ml prlciif.o. factory., ".. Mich
figures represent (approximately I. Carlton wrath ....................... confidently look forward to thou- COMPARE th. licllnrxi ...It.. .. ,. '
the gubernatorial on Extremes prlc M the lUt prtco j
down 1/
30 per cent Increase over :mels upon thousands of care-free e..n.ld..nn4 autitniobll vlu... (;h..nl."'. 01.11......
last year. Game Warden John W. Stevens D. E. Rosier and Leslie McClel- prlc.a loclud. only rouanahla charg.* fur d.llvw7.....
when that officer caught him snoot lan were visitors to Gainesville .,,.... r.1..., w.eWlr ...-.... .. lam dependable miles I ctM j :

Lake CitY-After September 15 ing ui a deer In the Big Scrub on Saturday.Mr. =l-oa u4 Jmr mfaotenra.pf F*"> ; = hd! ,

Purchasers of new motor vei August 18, started a 30-day sentence and Mrs. J, D Feele and ........!.<; rittt.. .ti U ,.. _

i' les !n Florida may hang licenses on the county roads this daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Dunn and d..d.-..- >.. jwmmimm Imm*. 70..r..r Torode-Ritch Chevrolet Company l'' I !
on their'carJI for the cost of a afternoon on a cuarge of possession children spent Sunday afternoon ;
repeatingrifle with Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Rosier. Iblmtmlm m oJ.-.la"--- ,
quarter-year tag according to Information of Winchester --0,. GeI.-- j t ( i
by without license His full sentence Mrs.. J. S. Rosier was the guest ...4 .... ,... ,.ue... ed&e 1 t
received Tuesday Judge of her daughter Mrs. C. A. Frlngle fon was. r--r ..-a rs r.-.t.., Starke Florida :tllf
County ,
Watts Bethea, motor vehicle Inspector an Imposed by w.... ..... ,.. : i iI
'for the second congresSional Kutch this morning was "30 day Saturday. I r[
district The authority for in Jail and a fine of $100 ando J, H. Sapp of Russell spent the J. K. DAVIS & CO.
this -tu, with an additional six! week-end with his daughter. Mrs
announcement, issued INSURANCE
night months in Jail if the line and costa William Morgan.Mr. A! SIX IN THE PRICE :
by Mr. Bethea came In advices 4I RANGE OF THE FOUR kfI \:
not paid." and Mrs. Calvin Morgan STARKE, FLORIDA :
tram: W. S. McLln. acting .re I '." ." ,> ,


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;hit r.\or rorn BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH RTARKE, Fl.Olm'm.. ..\\", SEPTEMBER: go i ul.n,,
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PROMINENT: 1lIG1J1\XU .... ....oe ........... j'IUU.U"S GMIIO: ll! -- -- - -- -- -
('ITI, J.X: OIKS :\1010.1Yi'.ar.y WILT NOT (ol'x'r
Boolsc''s Beach

V 'ciTWI'XTUTII I I C'ampliollVlmbcrly" ) ot ...............O.+......?\ One man...If not two. on the Alachua hi Co GivenFree w)

X, L.'r Highland: died suddenly at Rlverttdo Mr. Dud Mt-n. 1. L. UoHklns and High\ School football( team $ 5 0 \Vltli refry dollar purrlium ln're x,09 \
after was ineligible for the team
hospital, Jacksonville, a ;
baby were visitors! to Sturko Sat- Q Sal u"day w? will/ give' ono (likct, J
short illness at 4:20: p. m., Monday brought to Starke last Friday and In
urday. enilrlliif( holder to oiro bunco fttlnvwinx ,
16th 1929 his be- defeated the Sttirko football aggregation -
Sept age
Neon and childrenare < be held !Sat. night at <
CEXTl'RY: I'LVli Mrs. Bradley / <>
: :
69 8. S. Dowllng/: was
KNTERTAINED: AT STKHXIShRU : ing yours. upending/: this week at Mac- Informed f)::8O.; !1I j!<::2.3O In gold will be given
Wednesday by
!Funeral services were held at a report
HOME: : clenny with her parents, Mr. and FltEE" : ': to I the lucky Inner. Ituy
(ho family residence at 4 o'clock received from Lake City on the i
Mrs. W. R. Kersey. Hat unlay Krorlwlpw lu'ifYou ---
/ your \
; Wednesday afternoon, followed by Alachua! I ll.neup.Couch Ihrlg stat- l
r I' Nat services held at IH? the winner!
of Mr. and Mrs. were may
The home ed the team'srecord
: an Investigation of
burial In the family 1 plot at High
opened Thursday the home of Mr. and Mrs. 1 R. N. If holder of winning Nnunilx'r lit
Sternberg was land. with Masonic honors. Rev. when It was apparent some
'' evening to members and friends' James Strickland conducted services Crawford last Saturday night; by of the players were over the age not present, NllIlllMT Will bo ills., stceh

Twentieth Century Card Rev. Joe Kelley. large crowd at- |>la>'ecl In window until rolled for I IIII
N'' of the at the home and Mr. Wallace limit, and from information received -
{ The rooms, where tables tended. liluillllillllllliiiiiiliiiimmiimijiiiiuiimiiiiiiijiiiiiii' '" ""IIIIIIIII i mmiiiiiinii II IIIIIIII'iitiniiitnii""iniiiii"iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniii-"! -- IIII."Iw.i,, ; .III iniiim i i IIIIIIII i "VIII VIII"""111111 I"Illl"IIIIIIIIIIII,;;-,-I,d,,
Club. Cheeves, master of the Grand from records in Lake City,

yr were arranged for progressive auc- Lodge of the state of Florida., was Miss\ Bertlce GrlfTIs spent last his suspicions have been partly\

tion bridge were decorated with in charge of the Masonic service, week here the guests of her sin verified in that at least one of the COMPLETE LINE OF FRESH VEGETABLES

baskets of golden glow and tea which was very impressive and ter Mrs. M. L. Thpmpson. players should not have been allowed i
Misses\ Lear and Eddie Thomas
roses. the Alachua eleven.
Mrs. E. L Biggs won high score Vocal selections were given by and Miss Frankle Lou Murrhee The result of this will be to allow -

; I, tryi among the women and was presented Mrs. W. F. Moore, Mrs. Rembert Miss Elsie Rhoden and Miss Lois Starke to start with a clean Maxwell House_ Coffee i
,S r with an embroidered linen Carradlne and Mr. David Moore Moore and Messrs. Joe Thomas, slate, as Friday's game will not be lib. 46c, 3 lbs --- -_ ----$1.38 S. .

,' 1 scarf J. J. Truby made high i of Lawtey, accompanied by Mrs. Clarence Rhoden and Seebor For- allowed to stand by the state asso-

score among the men and was pre- W. H. Edwards Pallbearers were: syth were all' visitors to the state ciation liiiiiiiiiiiiuiiwiiiiwiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiii' Y W NU IU/III'I IIINtlllpll tlU III111111111111 I I YI II uiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii wiiuiiiiiiiiiiiuiuiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiii I / 4 iiiuiiiiiiiiiiiaiiinttiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinuiiiiiiiiiniiui/ iiu.111111. .
Mrs. O. L. Beas form Sunday.
sented with a tie. Messrs. H. C. Wall, A. J. Thomas, While Ribbon TOMATOES
D set of table numbers Mrs M. L. Thompson and children AQn
t a
ley received J. M. MItchell L. 0. Powell, A. S. CALLED :MEETING OK V. 1). C. 19c
and H. C. Wall received a Crews, and S. L. Peek of Starke. spent the week-end with her COMPOUND LARD, 4 l4OC\ 2 No. 2 Cans ----------_,

II linen handkerchief, as consolation parents near Lawtey.Mr. .
Both services were largely at- A called of the \V. T.
awards. and Mrs. W. R. Kersey of uiiuiiiiiwuniuiiiinuiiiimiiiiiiiiuliiilliiiiliiiiiiiiiliii,' iiiHiiiiiiiiiiii.iiiiiiiiiiimiliiiiilllluiiiiuuiuiiiiiiili. / IIIWIIW iiiiiiiiuiuiiiiumiiiiiiuiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiui' / iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiituiiiuiiiii WIIlAI.. ,
: tended, friends of the deceased Weeks Chapter, U. D. C., was held
t.; Those present were: Mr. and coming from every section of Macclenny, spent Saturday night Tuesday afternoon at the home of Best White Rib CREAM
f 'f Mr. and Mrs. the of Mr. and Mrs. 19c 29
4 Mrs. H. C. Wall, here guests
Bradford and Clay counties. Many Mrs. R. A. Weeks with the BACON lb. CHEESE lb. CI
JunIus Smith, Mr. and Mrs. O. L.lleasley Neon Bradley. ________ -------____
other sections of the state were
dent, Miss Amelia nay; presiding.
Fred Those who the guests ot
Mr. and Mrs. Stump were I
repsented by its citizens comingto The Thirty-fourth annual con- liUI 1 1 IU Ii 111 Ul I INi IUIUI 1 Jl 111!Ill I IU U IUUJ III 111 I Illll III UlllllH UJd I lUIlUUUIIIIUll I IWJ i Wlllim UN'illlHUltll/ I H II Illlll(III HII Mil"U' U'"WIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIWIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIlIl1l11lhllllllllllll' IIIIWIIWIW11111111411N1 4 1 4 1111111WIIIIIIIIp11411N1/IIIInbaY/ /"' .
Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Biggs, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Crawford Sat-
pay.. final'respects to one whose vention of the Florida Division,
Mrs. S. L. Peek, Mr. and Mrs. J. urday night were: Mrs Hardey I Self-Rising Flour6lbs.23c12lbs.45c24lba
book of life had closed after '
U. D. C,, will"be held in Jackson- 85c RICE SIb 30c
W. Andrews, Jr., and J. J. Truby. Kersey and children of Jacksonville .
and useful career. The floral offerings ville, October 16th, 16th 17th, ,
Mm. Sternberg also entertained Mr. and Mrs. Rhoden and
were beautiful. I and 18th with the four JacksonvIlle I
Friday afternoon with several ta- Mr. Wlmberly was born June daughter, Katie of Macclenny, Mr. chapters as" hostesses. Dele- ill I HII IIUJI I III IU1I"' Ul U1IUI'II")lltlllH IIM Wl t Ullll 1 1 UU NIUIIYIIIIIIIpIW411111111WNNIIIIN4IYIIIINIIIIp, llllllllllllllllllllllllllimillllllllllllWlllllimilllllHlt| lllllllllllltllillIIIIIIIllllllUllllri[| ( | !| ,\ 1

i bles. High score, a pair of silk 21st, 1860, at Monticello, Florida. and Mrs. Willie Sykes and daughter gates to the convention were elect- GRITS OR {W. MEAL MOTHER'S OATS
M. Johns and of Orlando A. J. and
hose went to Mrs. E. Gladys ,
p His father was J, E. Wimberly and
ed as follows: Mrs L. A. Davis
4' Yfarborogh of Jackson 6 lbs. China 33c Aluminum CWIWllIlIIIlIlIlIlIIlIlIllIlIIlIlIIlIlIIlIlIlIIIlIlIUllllll
; Miss Minnie Gruber was given an his mother, Mrs. McCants Charney ; _
Caroline! Mrs. J. M. Brownlee; alternates:
; embroidered gown for second high. Wlmberly, both of whom have long ville.
( Mrs. R. A. Weeks and Mrs. O. L. / uitiiiiiiiiuiiiitiiiiiiiiittiiiitiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiidiiiiiii iiimiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiitiiiNim IIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIUI"IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1111I111111111I11 111111111I111"--1
.y (' Playing bridge were: Mrs. A. Z. since Ills A large crowd of folks from here
o departed. boyhood was Beasley.
Adklns, Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mrs. spent on the old Wimberly planta- attended church at Union Sunday. It was decided_, that the local VAN CAMP'S MILK Quart JarPEATNUT

t t E. M.\ Johns, Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Those who attended church at 25cUiiuiiiiiniiiiniiii 42
t tion at Mosley Hall Florida. Whilea 3 6 small BUTTER
chapter will entertain at luncheon large, ________ __
Jr. Mrs. II. C. Wall Mrs. J. E. Union from here last Saturdaywero
in the
young man was log- the veterans of J. J. Dlcklson

,p Wilson, Mrs. J. C. Hoover, Mrs. ging business on the Suwannee riv- Mrs\ It. N. Crawford and Camp, on Marianna Day, Friday, "inn' III i" "IIIIIIIIIIIII1II11,, ", "1 ""III"IIIII"III"IIIIIIIII""IIIWIII"IIII'I"IIIIIIIIIIIIII"II" "' I, !.,,, "'"mlRitlcr's fl'i'i/:"I'I"iiuimiiiim'/II mi I II"I in I"inn" iiiniiiiimiiiiiiiiwiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiilii' uuniiiiiiiiimn,I"II, -
d I It W. M. Wainwright Mrs. L. Wy- several son, Cecil, Mr.\ and Mrs. Neon
er years. I the 27th at the Magnolia Cafe.
I man, Miss Minnie Gruber, Mrs. J. June Bradley and children, Mrs\ L. M.\ CookedSPAGHETTI CORNFLAKES "
O.i 15, 1886, he enteredthe Hostesses at luncheon: Mrs. O. L.
'A. Saul and Mrs. S. T. Dell of Murrhee\ and daughter, Ruth. lOc 24c
Yp employ of the Florida Railway -4- Beasley. Mrs L. A. Davis and Mrs. 3 for _ _n_ ,
At't' Gainesville. and Navigation Company, as telegraph -, R. A. Weeks Bach chapter mem- .. j .
OKHK.V1XYITK11: : ---- --- --- -------- -- -- --
at Greenville FlorIda rOMlKKHS.MAX: ;
operator ber is asked to contribute: fifty
pI XIHU\'CHUUS: GIVE; : FARE: : TO NI'I ..1KCongressman ;
at Starke
was agent cents toward local expenses.
all Y) PARTY roll MISS
1 1VELL I for the Florida Central and Pen- -- Finance committee: !Miss\ Amelia -

LIEN: N_ETTfr insular Railroad, which later be- R. A. Green has Ray, Mrs. J. W. Andrews Jr.

came the Seaboard He was made been Invited by the Halsly Lynch and Mrs. L. H. Hill In charge of

,. A farewell moonlight picnic and agent at Highland, in 1889, which Post of the American Legion to the Lawtey members.The I' i

ii swimming party was: given by the ,position he filled until his death, speak at the Armistice Day> celebration chapter will meet Wednesday "STOAn ALL OVER FLOAIDA"
Christian End(,>avorers of the First be held In GalnpMville.
his to
term of IB being 43
yea years October 2nd at four o'clock
r1 1d Presbyterian church last Thursdayevening I,. and making him the oldest em- Judge Green has tentatively accepted at the home of Mrs O. I.. Beas- a 7 4 1r rY A lei c "" [tr Li5> JP f( II W i ;; ffi* !,1" ;M :s.2;
Lake in hon-
a Kingsley
at invitation.
ployee in point of service ,pt the this ley. Hostesses: Mrs. Beasley and .
or of Gusale Mae Bennett, lIe has also\ been Invited( 1 by the
Seaboard In the
agents state Mrs. -A. Z. Adkins. it. n. H. SIXIOIlSS: ( MUH: '
\VOODMKN; ( 1 nel.I'! MKI":
who left this week to enter the He entered the mercantile-- Edward DeSaussure Post No. 9, of : merchants. and, town people will '

Florida state College for Women. ness at Highland about 30 years Jacksonville, to I speak!< at the next ICIItTllSMr. g ve their co-operation!

6 The young folks m
church at 7 o'clock and ing been postmaster there for 25 October 1th, at eight p. m. He \ and Mrs\ A. M.\ Drake, Wal. their officers for the eventful year Ideas as to what their rings men Circle, will meet Tu a.

3 4 to the Hull cottage where sklnt- years. Ho was a charter memberof Plated that he was trying to arrange do, boy Sept. 17. (if 1029-30! ; their names follow: should be like Inasmuch ns they plug Sept. 24Hi at Matins\ .

} ? IFI mlng and music were enjoyed. Highland Lodge No: 75 F. & A. his schedule to accept HIP Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Ma nere, ) Marcotte.!\ president. I I i haven't been able to choose one. promptly at 8 o'clock A ii '
Visitor from Gainesville\ on this litvltatlon and that he wou.ld do ,. ----,.
M., itiid had been continually affiliated Hampton, boy Sept 7. Theodore Young vice president.
occasion were George Smith, Aubrey with the same lodge: for so, if.arrongements could be made", Mr. and Mrs. Henry Padgett. I'earl Manning, secretary 'VI.J\TIlJoIt:: InI'OI1T: WEI.I:h: ten
t Dunscomhe and M.\ Bell. 30 years He was also a memberof for him to be In the state on October Oraham, boy Aug./ 29. Lola Colley, treasurer. ENDING: HEI'T 18, 11)29Datq Importance will come up Cmcusblon.

-__-. !the Order of Railway; Tele- 7.Judge. Mr. and !Mrs. D. U. Jones, Brooker Claps motto, "Climb Tough the Visitors art ulwu;

RECITAL THIS EVENINGIf ; : graphers for over 25 years.Oa Green Is co-author with boy, Sept. 2. nodes be RuggecL"Class ; 1\Iax. Min Preclpt. come. j
Senator Fletcher on the bill now I( Sept. 11 91 72 .03
4pMIt4. -- .
April 29 1891, at St. Aug- ?
you attend the recital this Flower, Pink Roses rI -
pending In congress for the establishment 1 ETHEL: : IIIGGKMIOTHAM: : Sept. 12 90 70 .04
evening! (Friday) at 8:15, at theVoman's ustine, he was married to !Miss\ Class colors, Pink and Green. I "
In Florida! of a brunch Mrs. Ethel Hlggenbotham, 24, SeI I pt. 13 92 71 .07
Winnie{ Ricks survives him.
\ Club building, you will' Tho seniors wish to have this I
of the National Home for Disabled wife of Win. whoIs I Sept. 14 9:1: 72 .06
wife :
lie leaves besides lilt two
entertained their GAIETYTHEATRE
be delightfully by year last-go down( In retlletters
: Volunteer Soldiers, and has been with the Duval Construction Co. Sept 16 90 70 .01
r brothers, W. Wlmberly! of Madison !\ I
Miss Hazel Mlddluton, who U a : In the history pf n.. H S. .
an active supporter of all national here, died ]Monday'Sept. 10 The : Sellt. 16 90 71 --
I' and J. Ayimberly: of Bessemer -
talented reader, also n number of They want an annual and are I
legislation endorsed by the American body removed Milliard Sept 17 90 70 -
Ala. two sons, H. C. Jr., of was to
will ;
r excellent musicians. Proceeds willing to expend quite a bit '
_ Legion since he has been a where Interment In ot'l Sept. 18 70 .-
was the Huford
Nichols, and W. !M\ of Starke two
be /given:! to the Woman's Missionary ; their reserve energy It only I
I Total rainfall for week .21 In.
member of Grove ,
congress cemetery
Society of the Methodist daughters, :Miss Elizabeth: of Highland .

church, to be used'on local )vork. and Mrs. Nelson T. Green of -.- STARKE, FLA.ION.TUES" .
1- -- ------- --------- ---- -- -
Admission 20 and 35 cents. Starke and four grnnd 'hlldrell. 1I .
-- -- --- ---- -- -- -
A special meeting of the'executlve i
,r41 Following Is the program which -.- I -
board of the Starke Wo ma n't:
has been prepared: ..ii'.MoiiOOOMKN: :snimx: : ii .!\ 23-21
held ,
Club was Wednesday mornIng -
Russian chorus-Lillian Stern- i
at 10 o'clock at the clubhouse\ '
1868 1929
berg, Mo.rglretVIIl'amB, Murla The Junior Woodmen Circle Japonica Plans for the demonstration 1 "TilE CRASH"

Week! MarjorIe Stump. No. 32, will meet promptly
fair to be held In October were
Prelude, Chopin-Paul Knight.: 1 Friday afternoon, Sept. 24th at 4 withMILTON
discussed and ch&lrmeu of com'
: Back Seat flying Hortense o'clock The Junior Supervisor, \
II mittees a'ctlng for the ensuing
KingHazel: MIddleton. Mrs\ E. W. Hayes, will have chargeof SILLS
named the members ot their
HomIng Teresa Del RIgo; One the meeting year

_ king.I Alone. Romburg-.Mrs. A. Z. Ail. -0- respective committees. I !9th} Episode "Tarzan theIighty"

I ton The Love' Match\ -Hazel Middle- Bladder Irritation .!\

Bradenton, Sept 16.-William .
v Matn: Godard Florence --- -- --- -
Au -
Parrish, 55, died yesterday at the : -.. --'
Andrews. It functional Bladder Irritation
; home of his daughter, Mrs. Mai- '
Intermission, Selected Orch disturbs your sleep, causes. Burn Thurs.-Fri. 26-27
-- comb Rosier, In East Manatee, after (
; estra numbers. ing or Itching Sensation, Backache
a long illness. He came to this
Chorus Leila Don Andrews, or Leg Pains,. making you feel "WHY liE GOOD"with
+ county from Starke about five
Eva Marcotte, Louise Bdwaida, tired, depressed, and discouraged
weeks ago.Mr.. Parrish Is survived -
i Thelma Andreu Annie Mae Pierce, why not try the ('plte" 48 Hour .
by three sons, and three daugh- 1
ydr Eloise Hitch. Test? Don't gIve up. Get rj'! te\
ters. Funeral services were con-
Where Is The Song of Songs today at any drug store. Put It to JACK MULIIALL!
I// ducted today by the Rev Sanbornat
For Me, Berlin; Desert Song, the test. See for yourself whatIt

j. ii f= Romberg-Mrs. J. R. Boring, Jr. the Oneco cemetery. does. Money back If It doesn't Comedy Auntie's Mis!

r It Legend of the Twilight: Bell; ........................ bring quick Improvement, and sat
Salute Yoijr Bride-Hazel MId- isfy you completely. Try Cystex to- takeSATURDAY

dleton. Rising day. Only 60c. -

Andante from Violin Concerto, Miss Iris McRae\ Cor 1

i Strauss; Cambrake-Alice Fer- 28
nandez. ......................... I

Sometime, Leone; When My Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae and I "NO MAN'S! LAW"

Dreams Come True, Berlin-Wes Miss Iris McRae were visiting Mrs. All Star Cast

ley Stearns. McRae's parents, Mr.\ and Mrs\ W. The Comedy Wise Wimmin

Who Dealt?-Hazel MIddleton. Harnage at WateroaK Thursday

a Final chorus. afternoon. I'atbo, News

1 Home made candy will be sold Mr. Newn Burney of Starke, was SheldonSchool

dur'ng Intermission. visiting his sister, Mrs. L. Craw-

Ushers for the evening will be ford Wednesday afternoon. r.

Misses\ Mary Canova, Ruth Stern Miss\ Sarah Lee Crawford left ,

r bery and Harriet RItch.11& Sunday for a visit with relativesat ofDancing

-. Macclenny.Mi\ FOR SALEFarm

:\ AM) MI4.0. L. ISKASLEY *. Halle of Starke was trans-

ENTERTAIN acting business in this section

Wednesday.Mr Lands In this and adjoining

t Members of the Tuesday night \ and Mrs. Russell McRae\ and counties-some large

bridge club were delightfully en- two little sons, of Starke, were
Fall and
its Winter
opens and some small-well worth
- terta'ned by Mr. and Mrs. O. L. vlslt'ng' at II. M.\ McRae's Sunday d

Beasley, Tuesday evening at their afternoon.Mr. the money-Small .'ash poly
Season at the
M,; home on Walnut street. Walter demons of Hell- ments and long time at low
!' The lower floor of the home was
business in
bronn transacting
was Interest rate for the balance
;a i open ensuite and was lovely with this section Monday afternoon.Mr. ARMORYSATURDAY Times have changed, hut Furchgott's is still the most popular It
They won't last long. you
Its attractive arrangement of
j c and Mrs. II. H. Lewis and .
a > golden glow and fern. daughters Miss\ Edna and Thelma are interested in buying a
within miles f Watch
store 150 Jacksonville. for
Mints were served on the tables Lewis, 1\1\ 'al5 Iris McRoe and Miss SEPT. 21st o announcement farm you should see me at

t during the play at the close of Vera Lee Lewis were visiting at once. I will gladly show you

which prizes were awarded Mr. C. Lake Geneva Sunday, of its 61st Sale !
11 5
From a. m. to p. m. Anniversary coming soon these farms and aid you (tn
A. Knight and Mrs. E. M. Johns Quite a number' people of

holders of high score, while Senator : this section attended church at buying on the easy! payment

E. M.\ Johns and Mrs. C. A. Union Sunday.Mr. .

Knight were holders of low. Crag and Hall Glisten and Reasonable Pricey

The hostess served a delicious Mr. George Webb of ,Lake Geneva plan.L.H.Hill

1 salad course to the guests who attended B. Y. P. U. here Sunday Enroll Now at.STERNIIERG'S bl.t'99jr't :

were: Judge<< and Mrs. A. Z. Ad- n'ght SecretaryiTrwwurrrNational

i a kips, Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Wall : ocf-.
Farm Loan A
Senator and Mrs. E. M..Johns, Mr. Jacksonville Bids opened for STORE ?
and Mrs. J, C, RobInson Mr. and .erection of proposed library bulld-
w Mrs. C. A. Knight and Mrs. J. E. 'ng In Willow Branch Park corner ,

Corpenina.n Cherry and Park streets. "'\.: ___-_____ 7'" .'-3- 4t


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Isst';! ...uz!: Z r25u uiscs ss5z,u .' u'2525'u !!18iic.8"L.! ...,J I h,.I M.liT.; "' Ml'K. ..ti L I II I .>' ..ii,i sum Florida :"1"I, ; ,,' Mm. mi, lu' 1 Hi' n hum,' lii-iir-. j I )Ktii'l,,,, \I\M' fI l i '"1'\I'\'I\' '- I > n.> ..imi', i I n h ( ..1, n i i-a- t

I 1hurzNU't'I'ls I r.ill.1111-.M'c. Si-pt t t..1 n ':.ml ,thihuhdn .Inn t, 01'|' I'! !I'> proviilifiui rui, ,,",11'''<-i' ..innf ,"" .I'eI"j, nu,. I 1' u< 1 ,Ia,, .Of. IWoIIulllH1l1lI I

: 1l--I I IMISI 1 ," I Kin;: (Cole Hotel. al ?',M' of puliki'", fish umg |P"'I'" .it,,I !">'M' ,m il I II. ,.1' nI hln \Us ut' 'in, rin, hoard- 'I'
Bits ofLocal | ; : To 1 rotldents of J. C. Robinson, nimumlng ,'n 1.- ,
pJC :Mill.( (llli.( i I lo. osi $; :J.;,IIII. calk HI i 10..1. .of. $7::..1', :
|I ;Jt.irke and vicinity. Your homo I for if tho Bradford County Tel\'- ,
,hou Id never be without the llless'il i "
I graph: at Starke, accompanied by'Mrs.
T T.0 1 ". Remedies at any time; the Robinson and Mr. and Mrs\ I .... .. .. .-rJ] lJlJ --.d = 1 I II'
%4 f1 ''l(;s UHHcd Relief is for muscular C. A. Knight, spent n purl '011 ,of i. ,

: J. ,/ 't' 3 '.lumps, or wherever a liniment lanordod Wednesday In Gainesville), KUBHIH/: .

for quick and positive re I of friends.-Gainesville Dally Sun.

Concerning Our People, Business and sults. Blessed Foot Relief Is exactly M-C SPECIALS SEPT. 2flth & 21st

Progress of the County and Town. what its name indicates Mr. and Mrs.V.. II. Mitchell and: I
blessed. Once a patron-always a sons, Frank and Joe Martin: ,of ,

patron. Sales )Dept, over P.O., Lakeland spent: Sunday with Mr.\
_........... ..... Starke, Fla. "
------ -- Good live agents and Mrs. J. M. Mitchell at Kingsley : : llest
===== S5z5: tSr5uZSm: S r mm 2S'.rs2 Compound I
1 wanted at all times. Lake. Frank remained here 1'
';Iv "lid, ( Mm. J. M. Edwards Mr. and Mrs. Ed: Larson were I I -_. until Wednesday when he left for MILK )I'

,: ,n' Jacksonville Sunday.Mr visitors here from Keystone Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Osteen and Gainesville\ to enter the University. LARD
?n' Pet
Heights Monday :Messrs. A. W., E. M., and R. 1 E. of Florida. Carnation .
;anti; ;,iTlrs. P. M. Darefoot and lluzen were visitors here Monday m'Large Can lOc I ,

,, spent Sunday In Ocala. Senator E, M.\ its spent Monday \ from Brooker. ;
Iugbters, I Miss Mona Alderman left Saturday 2 Pounds 25c
In Jacksonville on legal business for Tallahassee where sh. Smallcan'----5c/ \ 1)1
n M. Harvey of Waldo was before Judge DeWItt T. Gray. Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Registerhad will resume the teaching of pianoIn m ) :

1Mr; business Tuesday. as guests over the weekendMrs. .. ,
on the Florida State College after 'v OSCEOLA BRANDTOMATOES ---- .. : "
Col. W. A. Dopson of lItac<'len- Willie Agin and little son m of a year's absence for study at the ,
beans, .....
sets rye
Onion seed and at White's. 9-13-31: ny, was a business visitor to Starke Jacksonville.Mr. Cincinnati Conservatory of !Must .. . ... .,. .. !,
,d small seeds ; Tuesday.Mr. She was accompanied by Mrs.\,. I G.W. Ii \,. .-,. -. -. .;. ''J n- .."">"1<"'".' :tlllt,. .1. I
and Mrs. Harvey Long m of
and Miss' Blanche
Alderman !
Mr it: A.. Andrews was a visitor. Lynn Mitchell who recently Jacksonville, spent the week-end who visited Mrs. E. R. Marsh- II 3 Medium Cans 28c I I.:"
Myers Wednesdalies here - :
,w from Ft. moved to Lake City was in Starke' Mrs. Long's parents, Mr. burn at Marlanna.
Tuesday and !Mrs. W. M. Edwards.Mr. .
Raring Jr. of Gainesilie. I I
J. R ?
was visiting here this week. Ti and Mrs. R. J. Davis and Barney Hendricks of Union Fancy Cooking New Atlantic |
Mr. and Mrs. S. Williams daughters, Ida Lula and Marjorie county, was acquitted In county / '
: made a business trip to Jacksonville Judge's courtjn Lake Butler Tuesday APPLES N Matches2lGcpkgs.15c
: see the new line of fall are spending two weeks vacationin
lien r
last .
rlday.I of drunkenness charges, the
J. M. Alvarez. Augustine.

;tetsoRS Mr and at Mrs. W. J. Eppereoof .'' Thomas S. Williams Jr., left Mrs S. C. Carnell and children' Senator defendant E. M.being Johns represented of Starke. Col.by I 4 pounds 25c \\/ l I'r'

,, Jacksonville were visiting' last week for.'the Carlisle Schoolat of Ormond will arrive Sunday for I Johns also represented Jeff Hodge
Starke Tuesday. Bamberg, S. C. a visit with her parents, Mr. and charged with assault, blocking I
i Mrs. F. A.. Scott. highway and exhibiting a shotgunIn
-will be services at the Mi\ Junior McDonald left Saturday a dangerous manner. This case LTD "

, There church Sunday at.3:00: p. to enter the Lenoir Rhyne Mrs. Stanley Moore of Aroya, was continued on motion of state. ,

ixton Rev II. K. Starr In charge.. College ut Hickory, N. C. Peru, S. A., arrived In Starke this : C'I A ; ,

week and will be the guest of Mrs. Mrs. Elizabeth: F. Johns, has I I
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis Edwin Southers for several
Senator and Mrs. E. M. Johns returned home after s:
the week-end Fernandina C'Q 8
spent In months.Mr.
business visitors In Jackson- months In J1end rKon. NT. C., with .
,-re lie Monday. with; Mrs. Mary A. Duvls. her son-in-law and lighter, Mr I Pound Can 46c -0 wM.
and Mrs. R. L. Dyal and ;
and Mrs. L. A. Heynol Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Andreu; andaughter son, Roy Jr., of IWiumt! returned Johns had the pleasure : I"
away Mrs. c::> ) :
O E.: Knight m 00 R
'Mrs Thelma, spent Sunday to their home Sunday after a few the oldest church in the '"
of visiting *
siinvllle II knight/: on Wednesday.a business trip I to atternoon in Jacksonville.Mrs. days spent with Mr. and Mrs. R state which was built before the Q... ; t 3PouiuiCan----$1.38 t>0cn

G. Hallo. Revolutionary War. In the liul] ;
--- Frances Parker of Grand hole burned in the floormoused !' M
cony Is n ifk1
Foot IleOVIT
j P. 'I t hurt Use Rapid. Midi., Is here visiting: her Flies ore dangerous.; They are by' a fire that was built by
|'I| ', P O. Starke. sister, Mrs. P. M. Barefoot. also the filthiest Insect known.:
I George 'Vashingtuutime/: night that I KING N SALT KINGAN'S PICNICHAMS i ,
They deposit:! germs In three ways. I
and Mrs M.Kilwurdn \ he spent there, as he-wan t traveling
lire! A Z visiting i iliii In )Mr.. William Green of Jackson- By contact vomit spots'! and >x- over the old state 1'ne. running 1m BACONPer m i.

were villa Is enjoying two weeks!! vacation i-reta. They taint everything they east and west from Western North t
\1111$ Thursday., here with relatives. touch. FLY-TOX kills flies. It I in
safe, stainless. Simple instructfoiiH! Carolina to Norfolk, VasTO Pound18c Per Pound 27c :. *
Sinn,,, \ Attorney It. V. Knight label for 8 :
,. Mr. Roger Wells of Jacksonville on each bottle (blue ) MY FRIENDS:';, and uc-aunln-\ m 'j'jII
M.'::11 his new offiC'e. over Cor- waa In Starke, Wednesday killing ALL household interts. INSIST Lances In Starke and vicinity: On I

Drug Store. visiting friends on FLY-TOX. FLY-TOX I is account of the many rolls which ) Good Grade Old DutchCLEANSER I a Ii ,;
-- '
the scientific\ Insecticide dsveloped PostToasiics r
with, and I In
have beat ;
'II(I Mrs Orville Orltlls of weekend Institute of industrial ,, ,
Mrs. W. II. Hart spent the : at Mellon compelled to I ,,M.'i I, were I lu Starke Tueei with her husband In St Aug Research by RPX Research, cline every, having instance retired from, medical I I rJ I;

ustine. Fellowship.comfort! 1'1.and-TOX cleanliness\ brhfgg practice) many years store perm 25ci 3 Cans 2 3 Packages 25c ,
-- health batik ut the perils : 1.
,. If fuel unently; I wish to -- 'c
nn't think your Mr. Joseph Malpas of Lake City with Its perfume-like. fragrance.Adv. .- same t'me state that I have Uilc"ii, :
!lle-.sed Font Relief, and wax visiting friends here this! charge of the business of the Blessed I ,
'" i M kle any problem. Over : .
., ,:-kc, week. Miss MiUtle> Harley has returned, Remedies for thn. Southern GRITS 6 23c'' 1 ( HEAL 6 Porous 23c
States and those not requiring the pounds - !! -
Col. D. EX Knight spent last from her vacation spent In of I would, in :1
services a physician ;
| M 1 ,.IHI. \11'11.V.. A. Jolly of Wali -
week-end In Perry where lie was Charleston: S. C. She was accompanied be pleased to have call, and I will : ,
i ii'' Saturday here with Mr. railed on professional business. homo by Mr. and Mrs. C. B. ...' ,
toll frankly, If 1 my Judgment : j
you Jji
III vti'h, .Innlua Smith S. C. ,
of Jedbury
Orlffln ,
the Blessed Remedies '
Miss Rebo. Marshall of Waldo 'I, "
',xi I Mrs. II. C. ntch.: \ Mr. and benefit you or not Over postofflce. ; h
shopping here Wednesday Mr. and Alps C. P. Pope '
was MC
Cordially, Dr. K. Sotithers.
<'nlllll,: and Miss\ Ethel Grlf; moral nt. turns, Charles, Robert and Clar- "Old Starling': Medical Class issn!!! : : STORRI\;

.11 Jacksonville Sunday. ._-- once of Charleston, S. C., spent the, Pout Orud. Course, )Dr. Ogden; Du- I.t '
Mrs. M.\ F. Wiggins and M'HH week-end with :\11'. and :Mrs. A. 11.
Marguerite Mamiell left Jewel Wiggins of New River were Harley. emus>l, Bellevue Hospital. MJ i Em] i'J r.I r.-. '

,;. I' ?'k tor Tallahassee to enter Starke Saturday afternoon.Mr. '
lu \
Winter: Park Telephone syi I ,
., ''limn'-. College. Mrs. W. I>. McNelll, Mrs Hugh "/ '
-- and Mrs. G.V.. Andrews \VIII'0 nHI, MJss\ Ruth Tlson, all of tem. .to ho Installed In postofilcehere. I \,,

''I'! sweet shoes for women at and son Guy, of New River spout I I Waldo and Mrs. A. W. Drown of Rapid progress '( I Ii
\: \1' IIJ'ez. The shoe that I Is Saturday afternoon hero.Mr. Ozark, Ala., were guests of Mr. and Tarpon Springs ,
being made on constructionof i
i rtl LI, your feet.i \ins. Jiinius Smith Monday; ,i \.
canning factory.Tarpon
N. Stembers and Mr. I E. 1,. grapefruit Market I '. !
i;: (K. Lewis, Mr. M. II.I" Terryman were In I Keystone Miss VII'AlnlaVe ks Is expected Springs City I

"" .tnd Mrs. H. A. Jllshop Wednesday afternoon homo Saturday for a brief vaca- building being renovated. .. I ,I
N several months Mount Dora Goldsn Triangle "
4.n i-ulay in Jacksonv'.lle.Mi 1 lion after upending
have toothache, earache, staging plays throughout Georgia! Cleaners to locate branch here by; ltn f f .
If you 1st. !::;1 j Tii :
ind Mrs. \V. J. Griffin of 'nsect bites, wounds, ulcers, or oharse and South Carolina. )Daytona Bench DaytpnaMontverde >.............. ..w,..J
L ville\ spent Sunday with piles, poison oak, or any : I .
'( Inc., granted 1i ;
and childrenJ. 1 Vineyard j.! : ; i; !
( r- :ii I Griffin. troubles where a liniment Is needed Mrs.. J. M. Adair
who papers of Incorporation. .,...... ,<',:..,>> .:..; LH ,
healing and J. and Rachel spent) several ,. :,.,; ,. '
' that U soothing; \ .: <:..:.::..>>:. :.>::..; ,
Affective, Just pin your faith .to days of last week with Mr. Ala fla. American Agricultural b':;::;,...."',::.;.>::.",.:'::.:.."::. \ tAi

ENT A %WORD "Fla.messed@ Relief Over P. O. Starke and West Mrs.V.Palm'.Beach G. Halle Saturday., returned to new Miami Chemical phosphate Beach Corporation mine- near Construction here.to open : : : W::: 'c. ,? fl'e T 1. \.1 '; :,:

Louise Macomber and underway on $11>0,000 Thompson i .
will spent Misses
COLUMNOR O. L. Rpasley
_ the week-end In Tampa the guestof Thelma Harris of Chenango Bridge I and McKinnon brokerage W'r. r rI

UENT:' -- Furnished: apartment : her parents. Mr. and Mrs.. A. C. N. Y., were In Starke Tuesday bu IIdlng. t "i i iill I

J. F. Klckliter, Starke 2- Durden at Tampa. while enroute to Clearwater, where 114 '
16-tf. the winter months I I1
they will spend
:-- A. Z. Adkins, Mrs. C. A. =l I, II t t I .. \\1 '
f'UXAMKNTALi' ;; : POTS for Flower Mrs. ',1
and Powell, Mr. Wesley it with Flo 1 fiN
Knlftht, Mrs. J. C. Robinson Mr. John Say / y yor yr
planting K. Lag : 1 1a
laid out by II. motored to Miss Alice Fernandez,.
ergren, It* 1 Eldrtdgo Robinson afternoon.Mr. Mr. Paul Knight and Mrs. 10. M. Flowers For All '
Gainesville Monday : !
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Davis were in Jacksonville Wed

'OR KENT:and _rooms.Furnished Mrs. N.apartment B. Charles Darby New Orleans loft Wednesday La.-, nesday. i Occasions- VACATION \ !: fora HOME ;J. : ;

Hull. 2t. where night he will for enter Tulane Univer Mrs. If. It, Brownlee, Jr., returned Gertrude Godbey r i'
Monday to her home in At- i l'ii'' '
['OR SALE Missionary\ \ straw sity., lanta. She was accompanied by Anderson For A Purpose ; E.

berry plants from new ground. Rltch and her mother, Mrs. M. Levlton, who *
Ready latter of August. CLetach Mr. and Mrs. J. H. I jk; I( 'I"I Ia
Starke.part 8-18-tf. family have moved Into town from will visit her there. Phone 3Waldo, Fla. .kIS,: + ; f" .t.

i-- Klngsley Lake where they spent ?<::: There are so many pleasures one may }! '
Hazel ,
months.We Misses Harriet Rltcb and Fy y k j t !
'on SALE OR TRADE-For the summer Saturday In H'l -
Mlddleton( spent I II
roadster, or coupe a special Usht have following fresh seeds: Gaines villa with Miss Elise Jones, f' obtain for a moderate sum-leisure, 'i 4 \!\f ,"

SIlt Studebaker. Apply this of mustard, cabbage who left this week to enter Agnes I !

--fice. 9-20-tf. turnip, ,beets rutabagas, lettuce, radUh, carrots Scott College at Decatur, Ga. COFFINS & CASKETS "*: property,.education.. It does not take nl II ,..

|'LEASANT- ROOM FOR RENT In onions, collards, also onion tfMr. Miss Lois Denmark, who has and a Full Lies of rcPlit Ion? to accumulate a neat little nest I -.. j ( \j

Prime home. Conveniently lo sets. J. F. Klckllter. of Miss Beatrice Undertakers Supplies nt: jieh
been the guest i .. ;.'
cated. See Mrs. E. K. Ferryman. left Monday Johns for several weeks has returned egg. t (t
William;\ "
to enter the Freshman to St. Augustine. was
-- morning Dora Manning .. .... ,... ... '
the University of accompanied: by Miss Alt n h k .nt- INTEREST : f. )
of 4 PER CENT d
on SALE Missionary straw- class remained for a short .t th. ..... arena 8.Mliil .*- ,
who .. ..1....... _d.raRIGIITIRID '
t.ntl.a \
berry plants extra" fine, $2.25 Florida. visit. : KMBALitBB: for a NEW fAR: for EDUCATION I ;:'l\

per 1000, and you dig them. J. J. Truby J. Frank :,,{::,< ::: A steady stream of deposits, augment- .... .. ;!:;
Chap Messrs. HEWITT C. JONES : fHi f-
hallo C. Smith P. O. Box 124 Carpenter Gerald! Mlddleton and Miss Mona Alderman, who Is a I ( ;. >. E.: ;4;:;:. ,l>'ff: ; ; .

-- Fla. 92O2t'Wanted Sammy Sternberg were visitors to member of the music faculty at the ti 8T ARKE. FLA.HBBB9 f,': t y; ::t:} 1' ed by interest every half year brings f:::." ':'. ::> nf' I-:''
have room at thehome : .,.
college, will a : ; -. ,: : ::
Jacksonville Sunday.Mr. l-:1"'iJ ::}' "'> :: ;:;';'*1"1' JM-
500.000 Missionary of Mrs. G II. Hart on Col- ''rtnmrr>nnroneunrnnR IIC m4H1 you within reach of a number of desirable ::' .H j \("

Strawberry. plants Sept. 15th to Dell and family : ; i:::.: ItWf.
Oct and Mrs.\ Sam p.tMK"i': ;:: : t::: : jMHi J'l
15th. J. T. 1loore'Lawte" spent several weeksat Bi HHEl :;: : f ambitions. f *)" t'm: k
9-6-31* who have II! E3 IIJJJ BI :; : '
Klngsley Lake, have returnedto :.Nnt.Wt t.e-/i-i/ W'jt} I: f e,

rOR SALE A Canada handmade Gainesville.Mrs. \ II Hardware and Furniture II :$f ': ::4., : '::'<""":':':'' ;?-f' j jffiit
/ double harness Including M. B. Prevatt of Green Coffins and Caskets ; { ,.!" : Bank: of Starke 'It?'"i : L "

Collars Also two good Jersey arrived last Thursday BAnd k W iftW1: ; H q.t ;
Kent Radios
Springs Atwater :
Cows :3 and 4 years, high test Cove her daughter, .jI.i.q! : : <>f.- I .. .: ':': 2 '
butter for a visit with H f.1; 1M .. AN HONOR ROLL BANK ;:; :i .tt
fat. W. C. Stephenson Radio Supplies < .... ;. .:. :;;.. ": '
Mrs. II. A. Bishop.Mr. :,:'l.!';: ;:.: ; : : ": .. 1
It : :::. ,;> .. I
;n ; '
LOST Johnson Mr. Speed I : '::'Y. STARKE, FLORIDA /!t.::"" "Ifc

black' White dog with and shoulders large Harvey. Nathan and Miss Ruth Sternberg Starke Hardware &V II .: l J
spots on back :n Jack: '
brown and whlfe head, spent Sunday afternoon !
Furniture esl' I
Hit l1Ie. .
la right ear. named Spot. Bon ,
SUItable! reward for capture or and
McClenaghan 118'3'29
whereabouts\ of aarae. It. '1'01.I8dll1 Mrs. Mattie Edna have been recent r.-- ---.11. _, :
\ Orabam. It. daughter.

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1 (Ily Agricultural Editor) I Poultry Uilncij-iijnIi>iiKMit

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St. Louis, Mo. That uent makes a I
Farmers and) Truckers Arc Invited to Contribute Articles : T>r.LcOmr! r.luetenfh.Onterlo good farmer belter" has come to'

of Farm Experiences and Methods FoundTo "Veterinary...;..of veterinary:n ,practice. 1592.on lhlrry-JI....._: bo> accepted as true. That it will
t I' of live Mock anJ pout,,". Eminent If properly used make a good
He Hest Suited to Our Country I
ufhority on poultry nn Nationally known poultry brccJer. farmer out of a poor one is also

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U.\lIt\O: AM IKK'ATII..H : : ".-" -- .\.tld., x.VXII oqu'pmcnt needed! on the average
Florida ,
CropOutlook ( .\ItE: IHIAWIXCJIM'KKAKHI small' farm is not there because of

i ShovsImprovement : : ) IXrKKIJHTW : : \\IIV' NOT SOrlALrpMi'T pun C'IIU'IUXS: ? the muse high the; first season cost in which and also the Implements be-- r iMdfi iEIf!=!!? "

.th increased Interest in dairyIng -- can be .used Is generally ,I

!' and beef cattle comes, increased What SluillVo 1>.) About the a short one. However, if a number -

calls on county agents for ser- Mongrel: ; I'Mnck tinny Amuteiir of small farmers will go In together _

f Condition.* .\,... llHter Than YIMIIK" vice aldng these !lines, according! Tell That TIiVonl.l like to / end buy some of the more I; n? till' rt l p I I f9'r'r"y
Own Hotter Htork Hut (C'niiiiu expensive equipment' needed, they r.
I to r fir Gv a
to the reports of county agents AITonl to nitriuil What Tlio will' be able to get Just as good )

Orlando, Sept. 15.-A better av- the Agricultural Extension Divis Have. Hew \ro a I-Vw SIIK';"'H" oqu'pment as the larger farmers, '"J
lions for : "Stuh Mtmi and It for Itself I :
erago condition for Florida crops ion. Meeting n to make pay many +-, L ; z r ,aJ .
f with! the coming of September ex- "Dairying Is getting to be one I Ion.I times over."

i ept citrus fruit, was announcedby of the main agricultural enterprises This is coming to be an age of "
th<) federal bureau of agricultural of Hernando county," saysJ. once heard a certain social uplift machinery In forming as well as

economies In Its report Just H. Logan, agent. "Some large society described as an organization In other lines of business. Scar- "+ t iwrs, a'w ,"
filed, Increases In I the number" of dairy In which a lot of old hens city of labor and high wages have i J w ? r t' G.Murret+ 'A. 0:

'? The fall of too much rain In rows are being made and most got together; and laid plans (of 'hit the average farmer pretty hard

1 Home sections and not enough; In of the t farming people) are realizing lifting everybody but the ones 111'-1 Where formerly the work was 1 IL

i others has resulted In an uneven the value of the dairy cow and needed It most-themselves. done by man power It is now being tJ p ;I

,' distribution of moisture, but, for her products." ever that may be, I happen to done by machine power, or Is beIng >, JL .. + L-

\o the state as a whole the month of M U. Mounts of Palm Beach know ,that there Is many an organization done by man power at a high ---

f August found the weather more county says that arrangements are of hens In 'this country cost. i ;; > LE4y Idtd1 =
'- :' favorable than that a year ago; being made to start, herd Improvement today that could stand a lot of intelligent Gus Weeks and I have owned a roe

:}. with prospects! for most of the work Immediately.J. uplifting. I am referr'ng! tractor together for two years

I staple! crops better than formerly, \V. Malone of Okaloosa coun- to hens in the literal sense, how- now, and we find that It is a great II

t it was stated. ty has planned two dairy days- ever, having in mind the scoresof labor saver. It helps us to get our 1 & = Ih-H :> ; ; :

; j Citrus Improved somewhat during one at Laurel Hill and one at Ba- mongrel poultry flocks to be land prepared and our crops planted Is CS eaa, I

the month, but the average ker-for the last week In September. found everywhere. Many of .the' on time. We have always arranged -

fi'' condition was still reported below He says that 115 farmers flocks can be improved In but one our work so that each ;!]}r Il l' Danuclaczau't, 8ED isl tfD (MS
te 13 G'
that of a year ago. are already co-operatively ship- way. They should be sold to the could have the use of the tractor

Fruit ami Nuts ping cream from the county. butcher and replaced with good half time when In the rush seasons -

Regarding each crop, the re According to D. M. Treadwell standard fowls. ilany such flocks and it has been no great Inconvenience -

port said: agent Wakulla county, consid- could be greatly Improved with to either of us. Yet ==- Tifl 1S L.l

"Fruits and nuts: Condition of erable interest Is being developed careful handling however. my farm is not large enough to
In beet rattle, following the eradication Justify the of a tractor for
oranges on Sept. 1 was 63 percent Many owners of mongrel flocksare expense SECO4i t=its i, .\.11
k of the tick and the introduc uso only it, and neither is Gus ItilzsT trio- -
1 of normal compared with 62 per- dissatisfied. They realize they on -AIl" ... .v
t cent on Aug. 1 and 80 percent on fun of purebred bulls.1IINTH could do better with purer strains! Weeko'. Each of Us has the use of --- uwr a .

: Sept. 1, 1928. Grapefruit was reported but cannot dispose of their present the tractor at only half the expense -

+ at 69 percent compared I lI flocks to good advantage, nor can of buying a tractor. .\ SIMI-M: : KICAMK IIOl"SN space for a drive on one side. is of slate: in a number of) had.j

\ with 57) percent a month ago and I :-/ TO IIOl'SKWIVKt; : I Ij they afford to make any consider- There are a number of machines FOIL, .\ FIFTY FOOT LO.1 The entrance vestibule with ad- giving color and texlul"The ) <'

4 71 a year ago. Tangerines were I I II able Investment for new stock. For badly needed !in Florida farming ( By R. C. Hunter & Bro. Archts., Joining ocat closet Is a convenienceand living porch Is. ''m"IQt

t' I reported at HJO percent of normal j I XYprkly from Homo IVinoniil such owners, the process of mating that might be sought and used co New York.) It allows the usual entrance enclosed so that it beroni.." a

''t'' l' compared 57 percent on Aug. 1 I lion SpwInliHt, TallnltuNHf known as "grading up" offers a operatively. Some of them are This house follows no particular hall to be eliminated: giving the other room.

V' '. and 79 percent on Sept. 1, 1928. I I way out. Grading up Is accomplished manure spreader, corn harvester, style of architecture! but Is a space over to the living room. The foundation is com,.?' mill

j Prospects for satsuma oranges continue by selecting the best mon pea huller, spraying outfit, grain simple straightforward house Three bed rooms and a bath cellar extends under 'Hi, nth

better than a year ago. Con- Hand) household Hints grel hens of one breed out of your drill peanut picker mule clipper, whose exterior Is an outward expression complete the second floor and house.

dftlon of pecans has Improved but flock! and mating them with stand- cement tile or block machine, road of the plan requirementswithin. stairs lead up to a generous attic Complete working plan- met FJ p.lclficatlona

1 is still below that of Sept. 1, 1928. In place of linen or cotton ard bred males of the same breed. drag, cane mill hay press, concrete where a room can be finished off of this house nm, b.., c

1 "Staple crops: Of the staple cloth the damask finished oil The resulting chicks will be mixersilo forms, etc. The house Is designed to set i if desired. tailed from the I bulUllnp! I.. -I( !

'{ crops.corn promises a better yield cloth table cloths which many of 'known as grades. The first gen This Is a considerable list, andIf comfortably on a lot with a fifty The exterior walls are sheathedand a nominal sum. ltefPI' ,, 1U

,, for the 'crop aa a whole although us are using in our kitchens and eration will contain 50 percent every farmer had all of them foot frontage and leave ample 'I covered with siding. The root A.74.
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late corn has suffered some sec Breakfast nooks are !ideal for plc- pure[ blood and 50 per cent mongrel le needs, It would be very expensive \ -- --- --- -
tons! from heavy ruins earlier In ilc covers. They may be purchased ; blood.( Then, through the for him to buy them by himself AVI'Til TIIK ('Ol'XrYax'r: host fruits of rhe Mediterraneanfruit cReate' of which J, A II')' *w'a

the l(season. Picking of cotton in a variety of colors, everyoneof uso of pure-bred males .with fe- However' they are not BO expensive J..\S'r \VKKK: fly and growers may plant Jr., and John Killing", i t

' :. has/ progressed fairly well. The which would add to the gaiety males of Increasing purity fowls when bought and used co now without worrying of the pos- representatives Is repm i i, i f
Mr. J. Lee Smith district : of restriction of the shipment -
crop promises a better yield thaI! of the affair. of the fifth generation; will be approximately operatively. agent nibll.ty none press dlRpatcJ1I',1" I 1 a
i\ last year, but below tile yields 97 per cent pureblood : for north and west Florida, and of berries.
. .. F'Ifllfl A matlon obtained from 'I iters.
of 1925, 1926 and 1927. Peanuts If you feel that paper napkinsare and 3 per cent grade blood. \ : ) : ITOUH! :Mr. Nix, agricultural/ agent; of the -
Building board from waste wood The syndicate J '
and sweet potatoes have been InJured not quite satisfactory enough/ While I Buy that this method of n": IOXSTlt.1'JfSI'XTS, : Seaboard railroad last Tues- 11
I spent now being burned In the furnances acquire u maximum oi. '
In sections where rainfall i for some occasions, you will probably improving an Inferior: flock is day in Bradford county with
of the Newport plant at Pensacolawill In citrus
nand >
has been heaviest but are In good like to have a supply of a 12- practical, I never advise! It unless Marlon-The girls' club of the Rickenbalcer: looking groves ray;
County Agent -
be saved from the flames being ,
condition over most of the stato.tf Inch ones made from Japanese the program Is going to be carried county have been reorganized, and the satsuma Interest in are .1 i
the girls: are showing much Inter- over hereafter and manufactured Into obtain options on vn"> Dertles.
I' tf Reported yields of tobacco average cotton crepe. Instead of hemming through!; all the way.I ; the
better than those of these, the back about est. A local druggist and seeds- county. Insulating board, according to .
i v a year ago. fringe edges can Imagine no greater pleasure number of
Quite Inquiries
a plans which have been announced. ---.-
a Marketing of the half Inch This Is Inexpensive man has offered free flower seedsto
,I f crop Is already an crepe however, than that enjoyedby
have into the office of the
come The mill, machinery and prelim- Monday evening i III i
S, club girls who will call for them.
well under way. and the variety of colors the man or woman who, perseveres -
II'' Polk county agent regarding; the con inary experimentation materialsare Power Company of St I', IT
-Mrs.! Etta: W. UlnsRold
"Truck beans all fust to washing. and effort crowned
!( \ crops: : Planning ire sees strawberries.
trol crickets
of mole in ,
of l now being assembled. The broadcasted a plug 'wi<' <'f
eggplant/ and peppers is under way. with success. It is not an easy one Edlnburg, Texas, and Miss Itotiie -
i The effective control ,
'I most plant will represent an Immediate WFLA Clearwater. Th I -ra
I > Lilly of Klngsvllle, Texas, have
While acreages are not definitely When fireplaces of brick, tile for several reasons. Eternal vigilance -
. been yet found Is the mixture of Ports outlay of $300,000. but the com- started at 9 o'clock and < nut
1 ,k determined Indications( are that or wood grow dingy, or frail to Is necessary. Chicks must visiting in the county to see Green and shorts bran. The
or pleted manufacturing plant will for thirty minutes. B''' n" -
I they will be considerably above harmonize with the new scheme be watched closely and those that the craft work and study our
: formula for this mixture may be cost $1,000,000. One outfit number of! fine musical numberIt
r,, thoso of last year which were cut of decoration, and complete refinIshing do not conform to desired stand methods of conducting club camps. fifflce ,
obtained by calling at the cost 1000000. One outfit alone, was featured by a shun mire(
Citrus-Have done considerable
short by heavy rains In September Deems an Impossible task, ards must be eliminated. Males i
culling of of the county agent or by dropping used for drying the Insulating' by Alex Speer of St. ivi.i '.i.Dur)
! and still further reduced by un- either from lack of money or be- with grade blood should be mark- poultry recently. The
, i a card. board product, will cost $250,000. executive vice presides, "i' !t'
favorable weather conditions later. cause the construction Is such that eted. Above all things, mating were culled have been those
As a matter of assisting .
be would too much should be carefully controlled and canned. company.
Strawberry plantings will ma- remodeling < mean
farmers who have non-citrus fruits
Purchase of at least
$10,000000 ,- .-- -
terially larger in Bradford work, try plastic paint. Throughthis results closely checked to make Lee--A number. of Lee county
county and vegetables for shipment, Mr. worth of Florida citrus grove Port Tampa City Fit > Ba:]
but will be less In Hlllsborough." medium It Is possible to refinish sure that the trend Is always In the women have been improving their
H. L. Hrownlee has accepted the properties by a big New York syn- will be reopened soon
homes. Mrs. A, F. Baird I
I, t The report lists the following .a fireplace quickly to har- right direction. of Donita appointment deputy permit
Indicated production for Sept. 1 : monlzo with any decoration. This system is not for the one Springs has put in a new entrance, I agent from County as Agent )Rlcken- I -

y Corn, 8,996,000 bushels; oats Plastic paint will adhere to prac- who wants to see results quickly. with cement steps and walk, a new
shall for
baker and Issue permits
t for bushels surface but If the The better Is leave to bathroom and water system, and a
i grain, 174,000 ; hay, tically any sur- plan to professionals the movement of such fruits and
tame, 62,000) tons; potatoes, white, face la rough or uneven it must such Intricate problems tone fireplace made of native vegetables as allowed by the

,1; ', 2,714,000 bushels; potatoes, sweet, be made level first by means of abase as are Involved In scientific mating rocks. i Plant Quarantine Control Administration X.The PURINA' !

J 2,923,000 bushels; sugar cane syrup coat of plastic pant! before and breeding. Few amateur poul- Hlllsborough, West-During thevomen's Mr. Brownlee will Issue -

1,80t,000 gallons; I peanuts, the finish paint Is applied. try raisers have the time or Inclination club camp held at Safety I, permits from his office near o

i' for nuts, 28,829,000 pounds; to devote to the studyo.nl. Harbor, 36 parrots were lacquered I the depot However, the county

i peaches, 91,000 bushels; pears' :Mukp Your Own Picture Frames care demanded by the grad 22 hand bags were made, and 50 I agent will also be available yet for

rt ,' 1 58,000 bushels, and grapes, !948 With a piece of left-over c-elo- ing up process and results are In- glorified glass tea tiles were made. this work.

tons. tex you can make a very nice the experimenter the ideal plan OkaoOlul.--Vlalts to homes have I .The season for the planting of

frame for one of those utrnct've Is to dispose of the mongrel flockto shown thin pantry shelves full of Austrian 'wlnter peas and.vetch Is

1IOMK: UI':%IcXSl'lt.TIOSXJ colored )prints you have admired your butcher and Invest in thor- canned goods Indicating! that the drawing near. It is urged of all

r _\ ,\ > t'Ol'.NTV AOHXTMI : tit the magazines oughbred chicks from some reliable meals will be better balanced In ,I farmers who are Interested In the

: t I 'JO IIAVM: rONKKICKM'K; : : First! the celotex should be cut hatchery. time of scarcity. of fresh fruits and Improvement of their soil by the

j P the desired size. Then with a Obviously this means starting vegetables use of winter legumes to get In

+ Florida's county and home demonstration string and pencil, working from all over again, but you get results Columbia-The' fourth home touch with the county agent who

agents will gather at the exact center of the piece of
c the College of Agriculture during (celotex, carefully mark the edgeto ing up process and results are infinitely Trays, wash cloth dolls, same and assist In procuring

' the week of Sept. 20 for a week be cut for the Inner edge of the more Biitisfuctory. You pictures nature study notebooks seed. tl ,, ''I' 1 I II, l I t ttl

(' "y of intensive study and consultationwith frame. Remove this part by meansof can choose the breed or variety and belts were made. Austrian and vetch was '

Agricultural Extension Division a keyhole saw. The rough edges that suits your fancy and be rea- planted on the peas farm of Sir G, W. i''il' 'tL.a'Iifi_ l ; 11 -

i specialists, staff members of can be smoothed down with 'a pieceof sonably sure of getting what you Several Florida counties will' Hinson of Hampton last Fall and

the college and the Experiment sandpaper. The frame should want without waiting for several make war on roving cattle and followed by corn this past spring,

Station, and others. It is expected then be painted and decorated generations to mature. If you hogs and put them off the roads and Mr. Hlnson was very well Verdictof

that about 85 agents will be In at and when dry the print Is' pasted want to maintain a reasonablyhigh for keeps. The Gainesville Sun pleased with the results he obtain

tendance. A program is being ar- on the back. A 'coat of shellAc standard In your flock, you says: The doom of roving range ed. The results were approxl-!

ranged by A, P, Spencer, vice director over all will mellow the finish and must carefuly select the ancestors stock, cattle and hogs in Alachua matly as follows: Where no cover 276,003 Cows

and other members of the Insure the print's adhesion.COLLEGE future generations. A good mot- county is sealed. Starting out crop was planted during the win-

Agricultural Extension "Division, -. to Is to "Uuy the best and breed Monday morning, thirty special ter, the yield of corn was twenty ,"say feeders when shown the results of
and Miss Flavia Gleason state : OKFKIIS A them better" Or, you can buy woods riders will proceed to roundup bushels per acre. Where winter "AMAZING months dairy profits survey conducted
agent, and other members of the HI''' ('I.\J. COURSE tN "standard, bred baby chicks each roaming'animals from all sections -
and vetch and
planted obtained on
peas the Purina
was by Mills. Figures were
1'KOMOLOOY: of the county driving the
state home demonstration depart- year and do away with breedingas
turned under in the spring and other
276,003 cows fcd hand mixtures Purina and
ment.. a great many are now doing. stock to the county fair groundsfor ,, 55
Among the speakers for the A special course In advanced You mat follow approved meth- Impounding acre followed was tnrfty by corn two, the bushels.yield Both per commercial rations;> Here's what they showed:

week will be J. A. Evan, J. A. Dixon promologlcal practices Is being offered ods of housing, feeding, mating, of the and In Yearly Profit per Cow
and Miss Mary Hokahr of the by Prof. E. L. Lord of the breeding and general care. The Central Florida exposition plots were Average on hand mixed rations. ,. ,SU..lg
the the same field. Results elsewhere Average on 53 commercial rations. . .
of the oldest fair in Florida will beheld
j Horticulture Department Much could be Bald the
United States Department of Agriculture more on always have shown that It . lfr-2'
at Exposition Park Orlando pays Average! on Purina Cow Chow. .. .
L. M. Rhodes J. M. College of Agriculture. This subject of Improving flocks but I of
: Burgess, F. W. lUsher, L. If. Lewis course, designed especially for spare Is lacking in an article of Feb. 18-22 and already plans have well turn to them plant back these to cover the soil crops in and the The average Purina profit was $19.80 per ton
", and S. W. Hiatt of the State I'Smith-Hughes teachers and county thin nature. I shall, therefore been completed to make this 19th to be followed feed more than on other commercial rations

Marketing Bureau J. M. Scott, agents, will be held every other add Just one more thought. Un- annual exposition one of the best spring. by summer 827.04 more than on hand mixed rations.

newly appointed milk Inspector for Saturday morning,'beginning Sept. less you desire to constantly better President Raymer F. Maguire of crops.A number of colonies of Vedalla Frankly, Purina results are the one big reason why ,

: the state department of agriculture 21. Graduate credit will be allowed the flock you have, better sell It Orlando has announced that Karl or Australian lady beetles have we decided to handle Purina Chows-because we
of the those who finish the course. and turn to other breed. In Lehmann will again serve as the and
B. F Floyd, secretary some been introduced Into citrus groves know they'll make you more money. Come in
horticultural J. Phil Prof. Lord Is offering the course poultry raising as In secretary manager of this event .
state society everything In the county for the control of let us help you with your feeding problems J*
f, Campbell director of extension In as the result of a. demand from else, we either go forward or slip and arrangements hare been com- cushion and
i cottony scale where phone us.BRADFORD .
Georgia, and Dr. John J, Tlgert, teachers and county agents. backward. There Is no standing pleted for many new and novel colonies have been established fora

president of the University of stilt. To slip back means wasted features long enough; period of time the COUNTY FARMERS
Labor Day In Florida passed off time *) _
Florida. ,, and money. To go forward
control has been satisfactory.
0 Both the men and the women quietly with the largest crowds at means not only money gained but New bridge across West Arm However In a very few cases it SUPPLY COMPANY:
near Wewahltchka l
will hold group conferenceson the beach resorts although inland something Infinitely finer than recently openedto
pt traffic. seems that the colony failed to develop Starke
on different subjects during the cities also had good programs and that-the Joy of having made and the county agent has introduced Phone 151
Construction under
week. good crowds. Programs and pa- something In the world a little way on The Store
new colonies In. these with the CheckerboordSfgn
state No. 2
highway from Eustis
a.'y a. rades featured the festivities with better than you found It. It, there- groves.
to Lisbon via Grand bland
Frostproof Contract awarded Pensacola pulling a big day and fore, we cannot all start out with As has been stated by the pressat
erection of new depot to Governor Carlton making two thoroughbred' flocks let start Ili II I I all i
for us a poultry yards as well as in our previous dates, the strawberryhas j r
cost about 116.000. speeches despite a drizzling rain.: little "uplift movement" in our .ilums. been taken from the list of L.1111'ORD


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Desiring Escape Rigors
>(il ic'i,: or. \ IMM.Kri< I.-OK I of. :-\\1; :S. Hi 4 .,n .'-,. TDWII- ,::11
rt\ III':":" 'Itlp H, H''''',,,,. .?4. AMI I '. 'In'I': I. i ?ii. '
u Nollci,* IK li.-n.l.v Kisi'ii, thai ( W.AliliTtmin. ;NWV/ of N\V'4 of 8KI":' H-..tIl11 S3Township !.. .,

word is a aTamp untamy feet, and a light? unlit my path.-Psalm 119:105.: r ..' ) No. 114, 6lh. I holder day of.'ul of Tax)',; A.rVrtlflrute t''1 1 lirJ.! .. 8. ItaiiKf. 14 A, \\\If\"
.y 'nan filed wild cert I lento In my nlfl<'.' SW& of 4* .,1JQI'/{, of !1i'\'I'I \ I "
;: ; All I .. ami madc nupllratlon, for. tux dtMMlto <>f ttWU' SectIon :.IB, TOWIIBI ,' '
11t1LUi-11OfJfrLIUL1. religious teaching doctrine or I ,SW.w P.4p'a I lattuo theritnn I In HrcordntU'tt. withlaw. t Itnnire 2 4 l, Arcs 16066.N'Xi 'S "
FbI 1 creed, if they are to have any claim L Hold ctTllflriUo omliracpK,.. I hi' of 8kHi: (except 17 acre) !-
h,. '!(.ve loyalty the people must be in harmony with I I InllltWillK il'sIlte'I' .. lll'opi'l'ty HltuatI I. (lI..n'12. Township' f'', nuiiffn! 24, AIM
of Jesus the Christ whose words fit Into every fold and crevice S I I In Bradford -iiunt.v 4 F't",'Ida, to- 63.00. S
"" I wit: 5IGL
"humlln heart, and of whom it was said in John 7:46: "NEVER MAN ,.nuthwcHt, quarter of Routlieastiinartar 'I..f NliS, NWV of SWW\ Section '
: LIKE TIllS MAN." Hvcllon Tlirt. ToxviiKhlp 111. Township 9, !Range 24, Acres ,'
. .'-- I Six !South: Range Tw"iity-two Kunt, 120.00. ,', .5
k ", the Joy of the ransom- comes. On the other hand God II .,.,intalnliiK forty a.'""". \V"". of NE14. R14 of NW'i' Section '. "
\ I Thn tmld property 20. TownBhlp 9, Image 24. Acres I
i. read- .Isaiah 35:10.: asks "Bring ye all the tithes! into 'iiii.lfl',: th:. ::7lItr"!:!: ::::: I -' I IHHIIIHI: :: wan 1 6 0.0 4. ',
Wonderful Ioveu In the name of Dr. 11.! W Hrown. Lot a 7 R 10 anil NVi of Lot !11 I
,...1! N ,
( < the storehouse! I that there may be rnloxH said certificate shall be r.- Section 28. TownshIp 0, UahKe 24, ,
1".17. For God so loved : ,ili''ini-il at-porcllng to law, tax clued. Acres. 180,00. ,,I. .
I' his meat In mine house" and prove m> I -r' .. will issue thereon. on the Hill day of 1 ..'
"" ul! t that he gave only (It') ober. A. I.). I 921.! NI' ',. of NR14 Kt' j of 1':1''Lnf: : RKVi '. 1.... .
itun., that whosoever bell now herewith salth the Lord of I Hated l thin 10th dny of September 8\VI. of 8K'% NW"i'\' of SWti HI').. t I '<<
0'1,, i of s\V'. SHii V Hectlon 29 V .,
4 ,
A. J.)., 192tClerk /. ,
hosts If I
), ,'t? mm should not perish, will not open you the I Cl. W. ALDERMAN. TownBhlp 9, KaiiKu 21, Acr*'''t20.00.! \ 1 f 1'6 i''

,, "i-vorlastlng life. 17. ForI windows of heaven, and pour you of Circuit <\>url, KraiirordCounty. 1 !Hotifh 35/ )acrex. of HW", of NKM "
Um Son Into the out a blessing that there shall I 1"101.1.. Sl'j'4: :' of NI' 'i N '4 oroI1/ '* /HW'i .ofofVuii 1 1 t
I ...in mil his not !'-13-6t-l0.11. :' I".r i' t':' :'", ".f01"/ "';'., "" ... S tr
,condemn. the world ; butt be room enough to receive It." I i I of HKi.4 Section 30( 'I'uWl1bhll' (:
,Jld} to' +t 4' :\OTIt 1-1: 11 21 r
The ItniiKC I, Acre 200.01) I !
world, through him might practical question in the ,I"
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K !j of NHI4. NR'4 tif HWi.. W/4 of
lesson Ir
jflVedrav for each of us Is, Do we be- .TrM-knonvllle. GalnoKvlllo and Clulf SW' Hectlon 1 92, TownBhlp 0, Uunne \

Thy lngdom Come! lieve God? Are we willing to Hallway, herrt give notice. I that. 24. Acre 201.30.Nt' .
on Annum 27, !111211.! It filed with theInterMtatn .
trust Him of NM/4.:! NK'' of N8", ". "
? Are
we devoting out. Commerce, Coim.ilndon' ntVimhliiKton :33 TownBhlp 9, li.innu 24, Acre
| time money and sevlce to God's \ I IJ. C" I Its application. I 120.27 'r I
for ... certificate I that the pruxrnt and
SI M\V SCHOOL work as Is our duty? future) \puMIr I convenience' I anil neciHHlty KVt of NW%, Section 6, Township. .

I.KSSOX -. permit. the atiamlonmrtit. by It lO.ltitnuo 24, Acre 8004. I '.,
I BAPTISTSunday ,.. -:': nf that. part of lIe rallionil, "cxtemllnit NW., of HWVi WI4 .of NW'" NEil 71
.. from North tlnlnexvllUi. to Hnmpnont'tty of N W '.. /Hectlon I 19, TownshIp 8, I .
pfORdO c4srLs a dlxtance of approximatelyIS I .I 25 ,
... i ItaiiKu Acres 163.21. \
: 33 1I 2IMalachl ) 5,4N -i' I miles, In Alurhua ami llrudford
'lIlt sli'rK'lIIIt; school at 10 a.: m. Cradle '." '.'" I Count lee, KlorMa. Woa!! of 8EV4\ N14 of "'W401014\ / \ \ of I ;

utw', ,"' Foretells a Roll being formed. Give namesof ""-\\1.' -. !!,,.',,.,",,..>,..,,,.,,. JACKSON VI I I.MS, O.MNKHVll.I.K:; : 2.1 N\V"M Acren SectIon 200.30.if I. Township 8, Range S I'_ .
.. 5
IV 1)10') babies under one year old to .' H-l.1-41-10-4. N\VITI of NW'4 Hoctlon 22, Town- I p\\'.. .
;olden rext: "Behold, I will Mrs. lIundley or the pastor. 'j Mhlp 8, IliiMKe 25, Acres 40.01. t
irrnt messenger and he .. MITICK: (>!.' !sionvu') 's: MY NWy! of NW'4 Hectlon 27, Town- .
my 1'In-1
I, the way before me." Worship at 11 a. m. and ::30 p. J.lf'.\1'ICJS Nhlp" 8, Itanite 25, Acres 40.06. !, ) ,- 5

,ill pr'pare m. -- NWH of NN'.. NS of SW'4 of NN', .
1 :! 1 Mid-week service I ''' TnClrcult. Court, Bradford County, Sect." 28, Tow/.r.II' 8, (inline 25:;,
; : Malachl 3 1-12. Wednesday at t Plorlil.1. I In ('hll) n"ry..r. Acres, BO.( 10.8WIJ '). 5 5
.eboun'Text: : 7:30.: Program to be under chargeof I .. .. ,"" H. t.nrd and. Kvn. H. I.oril. hiM of 'IA 5
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n ,,1111.IUd'')last Ezra lesson reading we had and Nehe-ex- Girls'. Auxiliary. v: _.. _. ....-. M. 't. \. __ -..... I. WI'!! 'l'Ii wlfo''in, pnnii complalnantM. et al., rlefiMtilantM.Mult VH,' Latiru. 1H liens;NW'i,2r' Section Acres. 16(1.20 1 ;2'l, Tow HW'4 tish SWitof hj> 8, l:

',ih < .. ; !.> thud, Title. mill lIrnSe(1.i..I -
about 12 .ii: M. ... N'i i, of NK'i:' /Hectlon Jl, Townohlp '
ninu I the scripture ntKSItYTiiUA.\: : Time was when the approach of tCIC'HeS5 o- !iij r.a f 1? t :;:: 'I',, tin known ami unknown defendanlH A, KIIIIK 25, Aires. 81,00. j'3 "

rt before) the date of this les- I winter with Its long dreary nights 6DPO5D \ S y ';t:. In the nhovn. styled caune, towlt NF\.' of NH"i:' Hi(, of NI')\ NW'4 of l i',
10I... m. Sunday school! J. M. and bitter blustery days was dreaded i r '", rl ; .: '. 1 I : Liiura I >,i' 'I'h miiHoiu' Laura. I>. CIC'i" ', l'4 of "SWij' !-Ilia( of NW'i' Se<,- ,
S7W ThompHon nml Sa.iiiiPl 1 I 11 ThompNon. tlon .15, Townnhlp N. It.I .unite. 25, ALTI-H "
ttalarhl was the last of the pro- Truby supt. Lesson topic "Mala- almost equally by young and old 4o. ., T ; fJ< her 1 h lI..hll 11,1. \KIcmhiK I K Smith I I 'I'. 281.12.1 I 5IvLtl
one of the twelve In those days there were Bllke'l '." Wi I It. Cannva nml MOII I'. It. ("'i"VIL nmlNoli \ of : "
I is ,ind was ohl Foretells a :New Day." > NK'4 NW Section 16, I ITuvtiahIp
Simon tI liicUcnhulmer" Sumviel It.Iliililmnl.
no means of escape for V, (UitliKB 21), AclfH, 240.78. '
"So called be- t
Ii"" iiiophets)! )) 11 a. m. 1Iornluo'orshll ; lfNAI'14 TRINIDAO IVOHANCA"'A Calalln.l A. (ClI'"vhlll. ( ,iln- "
/ ), sermon northern clime unions one happened SW'4 Hetlon I 18, "I J !
our unit, A. Orityblll. If 1111'H'' If led, TownshIp 9. } 55
,m I iii, thi) brevity of their writ- by the WITH 9Mat.iNB CmFof HUMBT.. 2". Ariea) ''!I.H. .
pastor. to be wealthy enough to "goSouth" 4 their unknown. hi>lrM, IUVHHI| b'fra- I (
mil( 'IKII( because they were of I fi:30; : p. m. Christian Endeavor. or visit the French Riviera. I I"','.. or" ttrantocM, ,ami, I to all I I ,purlieu, l.nnilit I In riiir C 1<.iinl>., I'InrlIStyt. | ."
than the major however the steamship equal duration leaving the same under proper guidance Cuba. the love ImvliiK or who mnv., .rlulm., to have : i ,.,
'importance Topic "Our Tart Making: the Nowadays any rttfht title. ,.l Interent or cntnteIn <4 :Section: ) 7 Tnundhlp 7. Image
ph.K, i How many and who World Better." Leader, Mrs. O. II. lines provide facilities for those wish- port February 11. AU three voyages ly Inland 5 once the pride of Spain: :: iiml I to th"' follnwliiK' tlcHcrlhcillaiultt. 2:1.: A...,-.,.. 160.3.1.: .S S
to the rigors of our Inclement will be made by the new 20.000-ton Jamaica at one time the headquarters to-wlt : I
Ing of .
,- !I'" major prophets? ) escape NI'4! HW-4 (0. >t II I ) anil we"t
i Lowry. Lot 11 of flock IS In what' INknown \
"Duchesn of of notorious buccaneers, ; Panama !
i'ho"k|i / of Malachl Is said to I winter by organizing moder- Canadian Pacific liner ami, :; rtconliMl: In i the publicii'coiflx :, : 14 acres. of "SWU' of NW'!. (O..<.t 6) ;
7:30.: EvenIngVorship song ately-priced cruises to the West Indies Bedford." formerly the highway of Bpimlstt : of llrailfortl': count' I v, male ofKlmltla Sectlfin 7, Toe n..hlll 9. Itanun{ 23, r
,i i h i accusations arguments and sermon. -the Spanish Main-with Its sunny The Caribbean no longer Infested treasure trains now the location of : an I.tvliiirxtnii-Truhv Acompany'H AcreH G4.00. I
ind promises. He spoken and In daysof the Panama Canal greatest In the nildltlon. I t to Starko I IIi nnlttCounty '\ \ t
buccaneers as Ki'i-llon
nm' s Prayer meeting Wednesday eve- seas coral Islands, palm groves and with pirates HK'/i, 5. TomiHlilp 8, Hantfo
nml Htiilc, IIH (the name' '-
,in.. the priests and to them ning at 7:30.: We are making thlii countless memories of the storied past. old. still holds an Irreslstablo appeal world; Bermuda. enchanting Isle famous :|:iirH. ,of. record In ]>ieil lloolt :ls I 12:1.: AcreH 162.49. 5 .

,..n people' To the priests he One company. the Canadian Pacific for the traveler. To this great for Its balmy equable climate 1'0JO.. We..t part of tot 1 In NK'4. I.I<4 ,] I ,
mid-week meeting a time for Illble Steamsh Ips.has scheduled three cruisesto Hlnpanlolenn region In the centuries and Its gorgeous: lilies; Porto Rico (ireelliiwMYou of NWV! iiiicl, HI.\:' \, of. HK'4:' ttttlon t ;
I Mai) I 6-11)0) priests that study using at present the book the of Columbus. whence Ponce de Leon started on his nml each of you are herebyrequired 0:,i Township: 8, LRIIIl" 24, Atrew I
wonderland for the following voyages !
this tropical I tn be a,,,,I appear. beforeIhci I BtlUtK'4 I'
p' I)1name.) And ye say, of tho Acts of the Apostles as our forthcoming season-a ChristmasNewYear's sailed the adventurous spirits of famous quest for the fountain of Jmlv. of Ihol.'II'c'lIlt court, of the :' of NE'' Serl' Inn 8 S .S TI

II' n have we despised |thy theme.A cruise leaving New York for a Europe-Ponce. do Leon Drake Cortes. youth; Trinld"d. tho location of Pitch Tuenty-Slxth I I JmllHnl' I Circuit I of 8, ItiinKe 24, AcreH 81.59. TowiiBhlp) :, i

'1' V.> offer polluted bread cordial Invitation to nil our holiday voyage of IS days; a 29 days' Hawkins and others whose names are Lake which furnishes most of theworld's on FloHilii.Monflav, I hi ami the. for Hevonth llrmlfnril lav, county of. iictober. -, NI')'% of NKV: SectIon 9, TowiiHhlp I'', "I S

"U mine altar; And if ye offer cervices extended to all. expedition sailing from New York forever linked with ,daring exploits. asphalt and many other Interesting ,I A. I M., 11)29) at the court,, IIOUNO 8. UuiiKe 24, AcreN., 40.41.' TI t 55. .
January 10, 1030. and another cruise Travelers can now visit In comfort and ports and places. In the town nt Hlarku, Klnrlila., to, I.ot :3 I ami I that. piirt) of rot. 4 lyIng :I:
ml for sacrifice i III not "
-4- aiiHwer a N\vnrn bill itf complaint ex- I In 1'lny coiinly t /Hucllon( I III:i, Townxhlp I I ,
,ml,. )n I' ve offer the lame and FIKST ('IIHIS'fI.'IIl'ltCl: hlMti-il nviilnxl you. In the abovenameil 8, HHIIKU, 24, Acres -.
.evil ? I have Mrs.Smith's sinter" Mrs. Jeff \' :: court: ; lv,: n'I'r.' complainant' I' :,1.I I.Lt' of /011':1H.'llun: 18, TowiiBhlpcreH :
n l nut' no plea-
C I li l.onl, nml, ': I.ortl, his wife I H. KiiiiKi 24 A
79.1/ 18..
viii" aalth the Lord of Bible School and 'communion .tohns Friday afternoon. I Kroadway Stars Shine for ThousandsIn to I,lemovc, ,ili-Hi'i'lbetl",'I..uIII.1, lit.n'l itnlkt n.i I lltlo I lo t heiilnii i4V'f NW',-4 iiml NW, of HW.' II.i S S I

,tlii-r" will I accept an of"I' services c-uch Lord's Day at 10 :Miss! Pearl and Mildred Norman ']'h.. Hi' Milfcird, i'nil. ii,t\' 9''IWl'uiih) II Hertlon 20 TotviiMhlp. 8. Image 24, :
hand." Set Amid Maine Woods weekly '\\Hpnpcr, .. iniUllHht cl, I In thetiin AcreH 7U.90./ 5
I '% o'clock. Playhouse
i wore visiting their cousins Myrtle I ,. of 1 SturUc' uilforil ,Cimntv, ) :: i
i unc shall 'be great among Church services morning and and Mamie:! Lou Norman Sunday. l liirliln, IN iKM't'hv ileNlMiiatoil. an I h.' I.IIIK|'i I In llriKlfonl Count--, FlurliluHIJVi \, 1
,, I In which I thlH I notice ftlmllhe '
'" null"- for my name shall evening of the first Sunday in Miss Thelma Thompson wall m-WNpiipcr nuMlxlied' for four fonneciillvu, I of NW', N".. of SW'4 and ;'J.

the heathen, salth each month the Bro. NW'/' of H\,"', Section I 23: ToWIIMlllpN. 1 ,. j
Itnlong' by pastor,
her friend Miss Ili.x-
vlKltlng Hilby
r i *. Tho Ifitnnrnbla, A. 55. UaiiHB 22.: Acres 1 511.O.I. .
I 1.' ,i'I oi I Hosts. Dixon: of Jacksonville. on Sunday afternoon. S I I'I'I'N"I'l I P,,, ice, UN 0.1"00.V.. Aliler-, to mitlNfy) xnlil decree and rout.. ; :
... ( ,, ,,1 I the neat! of I lila uourt
I ,
1"1'' prophecies were fulfilled thin 291 h .
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Norman and I ..f j.11I1'I. Klorlilit tlilxUh linked day August' A. I
\ OOIM.V.SCHOOL! MVSTho ; : V ii I IJ. r : ,
,,11. omlng, It Jesiui of Nazareth \ ) children were visiting Mr. Nor \ day of Hept ember. 1H2U.O. ) \ .

I "II life. Buffering death and ( SI raw: I wiry Kilio) man's parents Hev. aud Mrs. I). I' W. AUIKIIMAN) : J. N. 1ltAc'Kv1.lj.. I i
((4 lerk'H! Heal 11 f'loik.J An Special Mimtur\ In Chancery 'In tI"
,, of
"I ''ion -the completion l_.. Phillips. I I. VtlAXMK.: ": Slarlte, Flnrlila.. HI)III cuss j

-U" rlflce for sin. I My! my! doesn't time fly? We Mr. C. L. Carter and J. S. :Norman Solicitor for ('cinpial nan C. T1IO.H. Ii. I HOWDA I I'ntnlka, Ii'Ia..Sollcltui ) 'TI

I n"" n nfhap. 2:10-17: the Lord. begin on mid-term examinations: were transacting business In 0-l-5t-IO-4.( for Cornplulnant.'' (!

iliilin'hi... ] reproves the people forT next week. The seventh and Penney Farms Monday morning. I 1I,0-T.-10.1.i
'liilH: H t I.IJ) !
::10 U"'U'I- OP M ,
lnM.! and says "Ye have eighth grades will have another \. .
Miss Mamie Lou
Myrtle and II
!I. \'I'n'M 7 I\U''U'I: orIlerehy 5 1\.1:
trd the Lord with your words :. month before they take theirs. Norman, Miss Pearl and Mildred l II y ViriTUH I of li ilecr". .. of mile, dat- -- ,
I '
when ye say every one that The program that was renderedby Norman atttendcd church Sunday. ,1 August 23. A. 1 Ii. 192l.! I In I theIUIIHII notice I.. irlven hat iiinlernnil .S

,Hi} I'vll Is good In the sigh otf the Woodlawn Literary Society Miss Myrtle and Audrey Dixon II of Farnierx, TrtiKt & HHVIIKKHunk | decree by of virtue' forecluMure, of I t that omit ci-rlnlit,hv final thn.liidire .,T ,

!'nl and he dellghteth Inmill' on last Friday Sept. 131h.al' were visiting their friends Myrtle I I a corporation, I, i, ,.oml.lnllllllll| I t. VBFlank ..... of I the Circuit. Court. 'In iiI ,I""
The following H. OwetiH, et al', defendantx, for, I landlord County, Florida, on the .
where the God of \\ perfect success.
Is a
and Mamie Lou Norman Sunday.Mr. ; pcndiiiK, I I In the Circuit I Court, ot0"0"\ llilh dny of Antr. A. )P. I'.lL'il.! In favor -
eft.2'Q I
!!LpMneiif"! This complaint visitors were present: Mrs. I. \ Clarence Wllks of Hampton I of Jlradford Counly Hunk a cnroratliin j
$ ida. Twenty-Fifth Judicial Circuit. > and, nvahiNt. n. I,. I'nrlerilll S
)t Judah as complaining that and son Buster and Mrs. Carrie atternoon.Mr. r AamoaD INN R cery, which Haiti decree IH of reeoi'd, I I i tho. I 1 lowell"Hinlt I ilefeniluntH..I : ,j'h Company. .. u corliorntlfin. .; ( S

wl'ked l please God. that God Is Smith. Our next program) will be J. P. Parrlsh and family of I In I the appropriate, ; recoril. book I In the The illiilornlwrH'il, HH Hpeclal, Munler .-
I just' I in prospering them while on the 27th Inst. Visitors are wel- visiting his sister The darkness, of the Maine woods olllce of the Cleric of tho 'Ircult I will I I I offer for Halo, at the front,
Hampton were : .
The ripple of lake waters In the night Court of Putnam County, Florida, floor of the court hiuiHe In /Htarke I''. I
) i u. .righteous suffer. They come. Mrs. J. M. Dixon Sunday. Florida, b.C wean I the hoe re of. eleven .
ell( Where is God of Justice?" Supt. A. J. Grlffls and the school Miss Ruby Dixon and Miss Then a dash of footlights a rising In the olllce of the Clerk of I the Circuit o'clock. a. rn. and Two o'clock I'. tn. .
York theatrical Court of Clay County Florida on Monday' October. 71 h, IV'i'i) '! to \\I,, ;
her' our lesson begins "Be- 'Inspectors" were visitors! to our Thelma Thompson were v'slting curtain and a New anil In the office of the Clerk! of the ii I a/heat and host lildiler for ash thefollowliiir ; S

d:! I w It send my messenger "school Tuesday. their friend \Mrs. Oscar Carter success Is under miles way.from In an the embower-nearest circuit Court of Hrailfonl County und': heliiK.:, I In deHcrllieil: Bradford, properly uounly: I Florida lying. I >J'

I hi hall prepare the way bo- Owing to the fact that the days Sunday afternoon. id theater dye 1'lurld'L. to which decree ami, place. h'-: : I 5

e getting shorter we have vown. of record reference. In. hereby made .111 NorthenHt "nrt'r, of the : 4
mi and the Lord whom ye are Miss \Mamie Lou Norman spent The audience has gathered from 100 Northwest ntmiter I of: m.ct Ion 7. Tw'i
k shall "suddenly come to his changed our school hours for tak- Saturday night with her friends miles around from Portland on the for a greater particularity, I the un- U, /Mouth, of llnnira 22 "Knxl, ....,ItitIi.. i 5
derNlirned l. Hpeclal master. In chancery lag 40 acres more or IHHM. ,ii
pit ven, the messenger of the ing In from: 8 o'clock to 8:30 Beulah and Thelma Browning. south to the Canadian line on the In miM cause, agreeable to thetormn > J. I. FltAZRM.Mpevlal: ; >> 1. '

'naiit' whom ye delight in: be- o'clock. Mr. J. S. Browning and children north from Bangor on the east to i "ygpw of saId decree, will offer for ; ier.'I

(d I i ho shall come smith the Lord Just Iiiumlno Leamon Myrtle and Othma New Hampshire on the west.Broadway i : sale and l nell at public outcry for Ii:.Hollcltor M\ JOHNS fur Complainant. t. : S j

hOHI8." In Isaiah this Money Thompson being presidentof The Lakewood Players. ,: bidder S -6t-10-4 i SI
40:3 In
: and Truman were shopping stars who assemble at Lakewood. five cimh In hand, to the hlicheHt .

..m I is thus predicted, "The voice the United States. Starke Saturday afternoon. miles north of Skowhegan. for a summer J at the front door of this court houne ..%I

him that crieth in "the wllder- Morris Carter marrying an old Mrs. J. M. Rosier and family and of recreation and to appear In the In I'alatka. Putnam County Florida. SItU ''%'IIfI'\oI'Il''' 11-1..: ; I f }

,L Prepare ye the way of the maid. Miss Martha Groover attended I stage productions, reached their 1939: e ivVo' IV's'rit1AWMgoo1' II during this letcal hours of ,sale on A. Hereby notice In gIven that under S !

rd make straight in the desert a The Woodlawn pupils being one- Hardshell church Sunday.Mr. climax with an all-star production 01 sr- Monday the 7th day of Octolier. and,, liy virtue of that certain decree "
obedient.All Hamlet. staged by Norman Bel Oed de.. YOIJHqlisr I II., 1920, all of the entitle, right, title, of partition made and entered' In the .
iway for our God." These pro- hundred percent Darby and Wade Gaskins who created the settings for "The the Lakewood Inn. In It. for the MtereKt, 'and equity of the Maid. defendant Circuit Court of Hriidfonl county

"cie: are referred to In Matt. 3:3: pupils beng: present at onetime were visiting friends at J. M. Dix- Miracle" and other great New Yore comfort of actors and tourists alike.an Frank, H. Owen..*, In and to 3rd Florida day, of In Hept.Chancery: A. l>.sIltIng 192't, (In on favorof the \ f. '

i 111 10, and by other New Tes- on's Sunday night. successes. In the 1039: company were Oil-O-Matlc oil burner provides the hinds mentioned In the bill of Witt IluriteRH, complainant and k T1 I

'lent writers. Ju('klfnt In tho Emil Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Dixon were( such stars as Arthur Byron. William warmth when cool days and nights. complaint and decree of Hale In nal. ]hoSt her hUNlmnd. lialeev MorrIs
Then our lesson asks this ques- 'Leamon N.-"So you are goingto nhopp.riK in Starke Monday.Mrs. Courtlelgh. Francis Wilson. Claiborne drIve away memories of city beat cause, duBcrllxid an follow, to-wlt.: and Ivern MorrIs her htiHhand: Hieundemltfnecl f. '

11. "But who may abide theY marry Leon?" J. S. Norman and daughter Foster. NyoUa Westman and other "We are delighted to have played a I.nnil In I'u I mini .'..unty. Klorlil a. commlHHlonera ivllloffer I I() 5I
In the success of this unique und Hell In front the Houlhdoor ) :
of h's coming? and who shall Beulah B.--."Yes. I am. Myrtle, were visiting Mr. and Mrs. notables. part Bloom- KVi of HKtt SectIon 12 TownshIp 9, of the court HOUHM.tI I In Hlarke, t j 4. S S
said U.
Other resort features are an ont'night venture C. : A 80.00. between the hour" of eleven
i't. Fli/rlila
,n.1. N.-'Vell. I'm willingto range el-en. !
when he appeareth? For belike Leamon W. II. Norman Saturday. of bungalows m ington. Ill- maker of the burner ad. o'clock .
cOlony forty HKi/4, ) of NW' ': of HWVJ SK'4 o fH o'clock a m. and two p. in. on i S
a refiner's fire, and like ful- bet that within two years you Miss Gladys Carter and Darby country clubhouse, a golf course and he approved final details.MV 131.4:' und 64 8cr.'n' lC'"C Nl.iHectlon Monday, October\ 7th, 1929/ to thehlKhent I .

0,' soap." The separation of the both will be wishing you had Gaskins were visiting here Satur- r 261.62 acre 13. Tuwnvhlp 9. llanna :2.1. hand( the and followlnw hewt bidder.dencrlheil. for canh prop.erty In- t 7,! I r rI

'lous metals from their Impur- married me." day night. WIILT PKOfJUAM : PAHSKMJKtt; ACIIKUULKMBeginning NWVt' of NWI/ HWV4 of NW% I ultimted. and lying In Jlradford 11\' \

'S nnd.) the fullers' cleansing if A VUlou ROIl A Sight Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips of NW'/ of HWi$ Went 25 acre of NEv/, county The ,Honlh Florida half to-wlt of the: Koiithwent ,, .1;

,th 1 were In those days tedious Mr. Frlsbee-"Lonnle. what Is Lawtey were visiting their parents Radio Station WKUF, the University Sunday April 21st of flange HWHeitlon 2l;,? acre 144 IB 16.SwV .. Townnhlp II. ,. quarter, of the, Hontheant qutrter., except 'I .,

I severe processes but the reUnit the difference between a vision anda Sunday.Mr. and state of Florida, radio Seaboard Hallway schedules for ( of NMVi' W H of 8I3'4: Section by Nelx 5 .acres Mathews on the, and Hunt the end Southeast, awneil tit':"'

products were pure andan sight?" C. L. Carter and J. D. Car- station will reopen Sept. 21 after Starke were posted as follows: in!I N5.;Tiiwiinhlp 9, Jtanva 23, acresiii quarter of the. 14Itheast quarter Hectlon ofthe C' !
Southwest riuiirler, all .
After that Is done "Then Lonnle C.-"When Miss Groover ter and C. Alvarez were transact having been silent: since August 3. Southbound W/j of NKV|. Section 17, TownshIp 6, TownshIp 6, Mouth Range 22 Kant.containing ,

III I the offering of Juaah and goes out in the evening she's a ing business In Jacksonville Sat The farm programs will be resumed No. 1-- ( Local ) 11:19: p. m. 9, ItaiiK 23, acres 00.35. .... In all Ho. acres. more or ,
rU she gets up she'sa Sept. 23. Following Is the 8 acres In Houtheant. corner of lot 10. I'4i.
l"m but urday.
be pleasant unto the vision No. 11- ( Local) 11:23 a. m. Hectlon TownshIp II Range 23, A. KNIOIIT
rd' remember church at schedule of farm talks from Sept. 10 18. T. .,. IIHIFKI.V, 'i
Then in verse five the sight. Everybody Nt>. 107-.(Limited ) 1:19 p. m. Acre. 8.00. J. W. ANDKKWS. Jr.Comml..loners..

I'd says, "And I will come near Time to U<- Shot Hellbronn. The revival will start 23 to 27. These will be put on the No 191-( Limited ) 10:34: p. m. 'Lllt.78 13 anil 19 of McKae'n trait TIF ,1 S

rOil to judgement; and I will be.wlfl Hudson M.-"Get ready to die. October 6, 1929.Jacksonville air at 1 p. m. dally. The wave >\ libounil of(IKII.NVV ncreio. Section and 21 20,acre Townnhlp. In NWVi 9.f.O'R ). M. JOHNS F

witness against the sorer I'm going to shoot you." 4 length is 204 meters. No. 2--( Local) 5:35 a. m. 'lange 33, Acres 49.50. Hullcttor for Complainant.--Si-l'- I
" R.-"WhY?" Sunday for a few Sept. 23-For Those Who Missed 1 and 4, and the fill, Section
and Russell No. 12-Iocal 3:05
against the adulterers ( ) : p. m. "1 "' 9 Hunira 23.: Acres
said host to over 180 dele the 1929 Farmers' Week.,?. wimhlp !M \ttTK:ICt
d l against false swearers and Hudson M.-"I've always hours was No. 108-( Limited) 5:41 p. m. 40-J.40. HM.H

ilast' the one who takes my gates and friends of the International Francis Cooper editor. Agricul- N F01 ..i> U. SW, of SKVU, of
'those that oppress the hire- I'd shoot Wannee Branch tharln 101 now < Notice IK hereby given that under ,,,. .
Brotherhood of Electrical tural Extens'on Division. I !SW'i II.l of 4) Section 21: TuwnuhlpI. and by virtue of that certain final p
r In his wages the widow and girl away from me. leaves Starke 7:00 a. m., and tran: ln&te 23, Acr.,,, 192.00.Si.j decree made und entered. by the OI

"falhE'rless.< and that turn aside Russel R.-"Did I take your Workers enroute to Miami where Destroy Cotton Stalk and 102 arrIves Hlnrke 2'40 p. m. nf fl0'!i' Section 14, TownshIp 9, Honorable A. Z. Adklnn'! Jud IJ e of the ,_
" the annual convention opened Starve the BolI-'Veevll-Paul Blue Itut Lines. ft.",,.:i. 21, Acre 80.00.KVj circuit Court of Hindford, county :
stranger from his right. and girl? >
Florida on the 17th day of August iF
arrived of NVVW! NKVt "f NW% of
They Calhoun field I
Jr not me, aaith the Lord ofSte Hudson M.-"Yes. Monday morning. assistant Experi- Northbound : lOa. m., 8:53a. : VW m-:, of NW '/ NWIHo..I"n lt'2'J.: In that certain foreclosure saltwherein

Russell R.-"Shoot." shortly before noon on a special ment Station. in., 1:58: p. m., 5:18: p. m., 8:68: :in, Township. 9, l'Itanira 23: Acrea109.GO. In complainant hank of Htarke, a F.corporatlon. Itlvemand -

Later in the lesson the prophet Miss Debbie Phillips who is sleeper of the Southern States Sept. 24-U. S. D. A, farm talk. p. m. wife I Idn. Ulvem. 1I:: tdTU. (:. KlvtrH -
spent of the Seaboard Air Line Sept. Fumigating Corn for N"j. SB:: '/ I.nti 1 2 and 3 section 2T and wife Kmmn, KlvPm are defenilante -
Plains that the'people rob God teaching school at Maxvtlle. special : Southbound-9:37 a. m., 12:07: TnwrBhln 9, KanK 23, Acre 555.94. the underMlirneil. will offer ,

01, giving; : to him and his work. the week-end with her parents. Railway and were met at the station Weevils-J. R. Watson. emtomol- p. m.. 4.07 p m., 6:37: p. m., 10:60: I. 'n I :2 and 3 and an Inland Sec- for sale and will Hell for cash. in
\111 L. Phillips by Mayo John T. Aslop Jr. oglst. Experiment Station. I '1 .n ,. TownBhlp 9, Hit UK a :2J, Acrva front of the South I>oor of the court
a man rob God? Yet ye have Rev. and Mrs. D. p. m. : 141.25. houiie In Ktarke, Hradford county, .
bhed me. But wherein Mrs. J. S. Norman and daugh- and members of the Jacksonville Sept. 26-U. S. D. A. farm talk. 4--- I All of Hurl Ion 35, TownshIp 9, "Florida to the hlrhaxt bidder. there
ye say
Lou were order who acted as a reception Sept. 27-What county Agents 'la ,.123, 648.94. for on Monday the 7th day of October
Vs 11',. robbed thee In tithes and ters Myrtle and Mamie Tarpon Springs -Sponge sales I 1929, durIng the legal hours .4 .
.erlngiJ., Ye cursed with a visiting in Starke Wednesday.Mr. committee. of North and West Florida Hare nearing $100,000 mark here. .'." < '\1//Acre, SectIon 110.3.38, TownshIp t, of Hale, the followIng real estate. /
are inirZ''I.
lying anil being In Bradford county
and Miss 4 Learned About Vetch and Winter ,
l'Se for ye have robbed me, Charles Frisbee :;- I t-. ir.m in SKH of HW4\ ant 10I' Florida. tll-WIt :
foot- Rapid made on paving Peas L. Lee Smith district agent. :<\10'1'1.1 OV KII ... u.uua1 ,,..
en whole nation. Martha after- Road No. 2 from Lisbon to Kustls. 4 .v 'i, r p 10,lJtatlr. 23, Aero 2500.N Northwest: quarter and, North !half of '
Writer says "We are not pur- ball game In Starke Friday Beach Construction No legume-growing farmer IslikelY' Notl<- In berwhy given that slyly I' <0, ,ii 25 acre of NKV: of NBV: North half of Southwest quarter. of
Miami hereof In.wit the =Northwest. of Section 27.
.eflll days alter dais on : ..'.rth.' r acrea of HH1of quarter
embezzlers, but do we nev-. noon.MI': daughter. Lily started on new Indian Creek to go bankrupt for he Is 30th day of November A. 1>.. 1939. I I :. :( IIt.., Sl>j of SB1/,, F. 'a"i:: Township 6 south, ranv 22 tQant.
rob God by withholdln McGee and the und..r.llrneo.omlnll trntor of the "" > -ton| 2, TownshIp 10, usage name being 30 acree more or teen, for j
ney visiting friends here Satur- bridge at Forty-first street which constantly adding to his bank ac- estate of Mr. J. J. nr Sarah A. Mar. .-.iar-29.1S.. the purpose of satIsfyIng laid de- ft (
or talent, or time, from his were will cost $85,887. eounty-hla. soil reserves. key. c .nt Myvouchers Cr...
ice'" :' 1lna'rI I..c.'u"! ':: t* such r NEVi Section 11, TownshipAcre A. S. CHEWS!,
he day. Smith Morris and Delray Beach:"" Bids will be opened administrator to the Honorable O.->. I ,.e 23, 79.7S. SpecIal Mauler. I

; curse pronounced la verse Mra. Carrie nd for construction of city water .. Clearwater New citrus: plant .\ 'I S (' tit fu or Carter and Myrtle ford Florida and ask forhis .f NW SectIon It. Town- 1I0llclton fur Complalnanta.
robbing God, may come Informs Melvin Norman were visiting; plant. to start operations soon. approval and my discharge as I Range 23, 40.00. .-t-.t-I'-. fl -
eren Lou
but It usually Mamie

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Established 1877 FROM OTHER PENS .1 l Around Town I S .. .

AVo heard recently that Jack- Set Thin Ti :MimicHoaiitllul 1111.1!
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Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class The Bradford. County An an adverllHing stunt a store a water supply from Klngeley fil 1dg'htrnla; I, :, "
Telegraph Untuned doe nillg'; tho shop up all Iake.Vouldn't wo feel upset if
In Jacksonville' staged: a dancing
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, FloridaE. 'aYK Jacksonville now IB odldally I "spte and Him M," If it weren't dRanwe'd not In one of their windows last wo went out for a !nwiru some day I A man both whIP l uY l,1(| I i,, I,
(dry. And It follows with the dry have aeorys of vlsltors.Dunn..llon 'II.'.

S. Matthews ".'__ _______._____. _____Owner and Publisher ,remark "So l IB the St. Johns rlvor. Tru 111. The shop' Is not the week. Crowd preused in no closely and our lake was* SHave gone. And Respected being and of the ohc\i
windows ,,
." that the plate glass were fun i
4. C. Robinson ___ ___.___________________ Managing Editor -South-Jacksonville.-o- Journal. magnet; that draws visitors to the. soon broken. you noticed that( a certain From home hn in\> i I'I I

.- --- Starko has lost anda Truth omce.--Starlle Telegraph.Then Probably the dams fellows who store !n town has had an "openinglale" Hut then his wlfuv "im,1 i, ,
--- a good man
-- we haven't the slightest idea lIt In the bald-head row at the > for nearly four months? l Hot- Said he must It'llI'll hAnd ,,., ;
v SUBSCRIPTION RATE proKreimlve citizen In the deathof what it la,.. nitons they lust stop theater. IeI'( step up folks and get your bur- that Is why wi' It '
Hon. N. It. (Hull, postmaster of to be polite Dunnelloii Truth '.'"'
gains while they last, it may be 1 I sing this song ID
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 73c:; -Payable in Advance that place for many'yonrs. Mr. ---- -- From MHI
look over in another month or two.
the things now I
Advertising Rates oa.Application. Hull wus always really to help the A child arriving: from out of the way '' : A .
One night ,
and from the advance Hale of < ; they milh "| ,
. ..-. other fellow.-l\laedenny Prollll. state the day before school opens, ticket!*' we believe that over fifty Did you know that the last legislature bridge "I'

field. ---0-----long can 'start tomliool the first day. If folks from Starko will be In At- appropriated a fund for"the At Mrs. Gotrocks plni' ,
The Independent'has entered the daily "It's been a 'year' since the
the child arrives the WEEK AFTER -
Investigation of celery and Our hero, he .
last lanta on October 19. got slegn|
meeting of the PallAUrapbers.
o school opens! he or she must other pests?" And he
This is merely a warning to trumped his p i
I. sighs the Bradford County,
wait two weeks before entering Really celery Isn't so bad If one Oh, he ,, "'
Mount Dora has taken the lead over Clermont in fish Telegraph. It's been a lean year,' now la a broi II II ,II ,?
school. The' of his rulingIs
purpose chews it with the mouth closed. Ills friends avoid ,
: college* and then by-sheer grit and his 10"< ,,
too, or there might have been more
tales. to "prevent communicable dls- S
meetings.-Arcadia Arcadian. labor forging ahead to the conp-; The poor wife prays, II.. i II,"I, h
seases, but what we would like to
Another interesting appropriation
-- \rose of the United States, Mr. days
--- --
"She Goes to War" is the latest movie thriller. Hat pins The proud young father of a baby child know returning ia this: How from Is out it that of the the Green certainly knows something was of the made State for Prison a former Farm.Inmate By blowing off his dom'.
about labor-Gainesville Evening ;
boy here In Drain the kid
says state the WEEK' AFTER school
and finger nails.Tallahassee. News. (It eeems that the unfortunate fellow ('Ilor""
Is taking after him. The other eve
opens Is anymore likely to spread underwent operation for 01', he trumped
o 0- an his pm" ,, ,
ning; took the baby's bottle diseases than one who arrives the lr'
Adoption of a general sales tax appendicitis and the surgeon; for- boys
from him and the kid Im-
State News issued a creditable college open- away DAY BEFOflK the school
got to remove a pair of forceps He trumped his .
and Insistent
mediately started to crawl down by the Georgia legislature partu.i ,' .
ing edition Sunday. the cellar stairs.-Ocala Star. Eustis Lake Region. advocacy of such a measure when he closed the patient up. lIe shamed his wife and i ,"in""i b i
-0- ./ Absent-minded professors are, life.
j. in Florida are directing special
-0 -- -
'J. C. Tloblnson, managing, editorof attention to this method of at least, harmless. lie trumped his partni ,,, ,
Among the headlines: "Dead Racketeer Stirring Boston Take out the flivver, load on the Bradford( County Telegraph raising revenue in order to lift partof .. -.--.- "
the wife and all the kiddies and Starke and paragrapher extra-
What field for a live one I atj< the burden that real state is An Incident occurring near town SOUTH 1"IolnU.I'lu.s{ : .
spend the entire day at Glen ordinary to Ills Royal Highness
A carrying. Before another two years last Saturday night in which a man BODY TO :J1III/I: (OI'T.
o.It's Springs. You will have one of Gene Matthews owner of the Telegraph -
roll around, the question will be was beaten with a scantling and
1 4 a good time to change your business when politicsand the beat days of the summer and wan chaperoned around discussed with energy in Florida; thrown by the side of the road reminds Orlando Sept. 11 om" ..r, ,.
hear a good speech by "Lex"Green Gainesville Wednesday by his
state laws prevent it from being a success. by that time we will know whether one of the old days when the South Florida Pr, ,isSoclJ
our working congressman charming wife. The aforesaid J.
the automobile and gasoline! tax: Starke, Lawtey and Lake Butler tlon today set Oct. as Illfl, w/(h, J
I i + -- -o---- Gainesville Evening News. C. is treasurer of the South Florida h"
t: es are getting the desired results. were considered "toughles" among I I the dates for the boa mm,,.
--0-- Press Association and as such will
' And now the bootleggers are wondering how the ten cent One of Starke's fine old citizens be expected to attend the annual Many of our notions about politi- the towns. Shooting' scrapes occurre'd convention, here The ,urn alt i la

1 stores could sell drinkable bay rum for one dime. Is Co!. W. T.. Weeks. lie Is 94 meeting of that organization in cal science are .subject to change frequently and casualtieswere plans for a publicity ntniimtgiL I
and we may now accord serious not uncommon. One man cover the stale In the 'iiui"r 8ti I)
years old, la unusually spry for Melbourne some time next month.
I o study to the sales tax which is receiving was shot from ambush near Crosby gaining a large; convention .ittenj,'
his age and walks about a halt I In his official capacity he is sup-
lot of freaks consideration elsewhere. cemetery, another was killed ance for discussion of ,
Tampa Times says the circus brings a big mile down town every day. He was posed to invite all his fellow pub- prnliiemi'
What the people of this state desire where the Rank of Starke now policy facing the asHonattonThe
together. And they are not all within the rings. clerk of court for Bradford countyfor lishers and editors in this part of
most is a prompt return to stands and scrapes in Lawtey and following speak'rfV11' \
over twenty years and is one the state and to defray the expenses -
0---- prosperous conditions, which are Lake Butler were almost too num- named for tho program Karl i Lt,
of the best liked men In that partof out of the State Press treasury. -
Impossible so long as real and per. to mention. mann Orlando; WHOeal/ .|
Uncle Bob Davis of Gainesville, known and respected Florida.-Times-Union. .-:Gainesville Dally Sun. With erous o
sonal property must bear the bur- One of the vicious characters of lando; Bob Sweger, QUID, "It
his final call -a- Raiford Just a step away?
throughout the state, answered Sunday. Haines City is free of debt and ---o- den of millions of dollars in pub- our own fair city had so many enemies Clough Johnson Leesbinu i it \1Hodenbaugh.

.1 o has reduced taxes. More towns Those Miami merchants whose lic improvements. The answer lathe that he preferred to walk St AugiiHCini nT
important thing. Lakeland down the middle of the street for Senator A, W. Taylor, Si Augi.1
Avon Park man shot at a bear and hit the game warden. should work to that goal.-Brad- stocks were about to be attachedfor
Ledger. fear of falling! into some trap or tine.
Game wardens are like bears in one respect-they sometimes ford County Telegraph. Most non-payment of personal prop-
towns are. nut It taxes to erty tax doubtless( now are in favor --

j j chase the hunter. .... :L... reduce debt. The debt will not be of the gross sales tax whlcb

oTampa's reduced unless the taxes are paid. they can pas on to the consumer.
3 -Del ray Beach News; The retail merchant probably is II
,, South Florida Fair opens January 28th and runs 0-- thp most unjustly taxed of any Why Should Buy

through February 8th, and promises to be one of the biggestand It's been a long "year" since member of the commercial world.

best staged in that live city. the last meeting of the PaRAG- They pay state, county and mu-
raphers.Starke Telegraph nicipal levies on their stocks, pay
R 'I --0---- We're afraid It'll be a "century" two or more, licenses to conduct

ld, News dispatches carried account of a million dollar dam- before we have another meeting. their business, a license on eachof i Goodyear Tire?
Looks like the organization is now their delivery trucks-then. one a
s age to the olive crop of France by one storm. To a fellow
something like the dodo bird.- of the highest gasoline tax In
who likes cowpeas, this is no news at all. New Port Richey Press. America. And if they make a I

4 --0- --o- profit they are subject to a federal

cl1IlNhlll1l of Tcx-llit Income tax. Yet It was the retailer Come into store and ask this
Not only; growers but every citizen interested in the So many "teeth" in the new laws who 'd fellted the gross sales our ,

't strawberry industry should attend the organization. meetingof are proving defective that members tax at the last session of the legislature. question man to man: "Why should 1i

growers at the courthouse Saturday. of both houses should takea .-S utli JiukHonvllle Jour- ,

, ''j o Bradford mall order County: course Telegraph.in dentistry.-Or nal. ---- I buy your tire?" You won't need to

( dl r.. Those who thought our strawben growers would never give 'em wisdom teeth.: -Delray Green and Labor
Beach news. False teeth, evident Announcement U male elsewhere ask another. r'
, work that (\ tAll
get together<: in an organization and out a system
ly.-Dade City Banner. In this Issue that Congressman -
would put more money in the pockets received a rude jolt last -0--- R. A. "Lex" Green will de- it
want whether
Saturday. "Why do is we you buy or JJ J
you Bay your girl liver the main address at the La-

1 = like a football team?" "She is bor Day exercises at Glen Springs,
o----- not an opportunity to explain
the center of attraction, alwayson next Monday. The Invitation to ,
Our health officer should have attended the P. T A, meet-
r her guard will stay with you the congressman was presented by
ing at the'high school auditorium last Friday evening. It was to the end and her dress I la full the Evening News on behrlf of Mr. why the Goodyear is called The

1 a revelation to see that earnest and organized band of blood- back."-Florida State News. And C. A. Pound Owner of the popular World's Greatest Tire.
you might add she'll tackle any- amusement ,park where the exer-
thirsty diggers into action the mosquitoes not the P. T.
go ,
thing and doesn't: want her half or cises will be held. *

H A. qUll.rterback.-South' Jacksonville There U no man In Florida more

1 o Journal competent or qualified to make a Here's why :
-0_ Labor Day address than "Lex"
From reports covering" this section of North Florida, it Bet none of the editors will Green. Horn and raised on a

would seem that officers are making a determined effort to come to see us now-we've Just, farm: working his way through 1 Its sturdy carcass is made of bupertunst, which means

stop liquor running through their towns. Lake City reports fewer taDdc less
I s szz zsz _Irn failures and tire chateri on; the road.
liquor runners changing their route to miss that city, where

officers have been particularly active. I 2 ,Its new design of tread gives the best traction and car

# 0 I I control evet afforded by an automobile tire.

Superintendent Blitch of the state prison is firmly con- I
h 3 Its tenacious ability to grip the road gives the greatest
vinced that Britt Pringle.is a subject for the state insane

L asylum instead of the electric chair, and no one can questionthe possible degree of safety. .

statement that he has through enough since being
A Increased of
area contact and added AllWeatriet -
sentenced! to cause him to' lose every vestige of reason. '

LIL''. o ---- blocks insure slow, even tread 'wear and

i "Uncle Ben" is now connected with the Tallahassee Daily greater satisfaction to the user.

Democrat. For many years he was with the Ocala Star and -
5 Quietness and smooth, running are also made certainby
until recently with the'West Palm each Independent untilit

suspended publication. He. is one of the best known edi- the new ,design of tread.

torial writers of the state and members of the state press will ll This is
new Goodyear admittedly the World's Most
again have the pleasure of having him "rip them up the back" 6 Beautiful Tire.

when they make mistakes. eI4 .

The best proof of all this is the tire itself. Come in today
Tampa judge denounces the state pardoning board, callingit ,
and see this masterpiece the
a "pardon mill." In a way it is a pardon mill, but under the Goodyear All-Weather Balloon
present law it is impossible for the board to give each case the 7929 I GOODYEAR PATHFINDER

attention it should have. Around a thousand cases are now ,

before the board. A better plan would be to have a prison This Business '

commission who would make a report of their findings to the W Lif tetime Guaranteed
governor with such recommendations as they saw fit after a Store-Keeping .

study of the case. The Lowest Prices In History

N o Retailing today is fraught with problems our

Unless repairs are made to the New River bridge on road grandfathers never thought of., Hand-to-mouth

26 there ia likely to be a serious accident there. It i is1 danger- buying, the growth of the chain store movement, High Pressure Balloons

OUif to attempt the crossing but it must be crossed by residents ir i- the necessity for rapid turn-over have introduced .

r going to Starke or Lake Butler We cannot understand many new and difficult obstacles aozs i-a ..----______.. 9 4.0.1. 20114.40; ,_ ...___-________ 3.79
more ao a __. .
1-208 _
sur _
Ito .._, .n.10' 2O .j.30 __. .___. .__. era o'J
'I i. why contract for the new bridge was not let months ago, as mount. -81)'4 ------_ --. ... ._ 8.8.1 o..00 ___ <<1.119

;' mqney was provided In the budget, and at the meeting to let 32x: --. __ __ O.8.1 30s"73' -. -.-.----. __ 8.Z:
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contract all bids were rejected because the lowest was slightly CONSULT USt t 834 -- __ _. _. io.in/' 29)13.00) : __ 1.:10:
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82x4 1-3 _::.. .---. .__.____ 13.49 11.30
301:3.00 .
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higher than the-amount set aside.It ---- --- -
Yet we still find independent merchants growingand I I 83x4 J-a ------____. __ 1.1.0(1(' 30..2" __ 0.113

o prospering. They are the ones who have 54x4 tin ------. .--__. .w-.__ 14.OO: Sts''" .23 _. .. .? _-. ..__ 10.Z,
is only a question of a few before the removal learned to ) 8 ply _?-___ _- St.10 a-ta.0o------- J3.IS:
years meet each new problem by seeking ad 82x0 liD 10 ply .-_. .___. .__ 33.50 82 6:30: : : :: = : 1S.2S: :
fi 4 of wires and poles from our main streets will be demanded by vice and capital from their bank. Have you followed -

i the citizens because of their unsightlessness. It would seem their example? i

a better policy to begin now and where the trees are inter-

fering with the power. and light lines to remove the lines to Service Station
back streets and to middle property lines if necessary rather County Bank #

than destroy the trees. We are guilty of a shameful dis- Bradford County's Financial Stronghold

regard, of the beauty given our streets by the many shade STARKE, FLA. Starke :-: Floridar.uu

trees some more than a half century old.

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