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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 27, 1929
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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oclc - 33886096
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llmnpton hI" H'1&HOJl, Tin, t'oin- iI'roni ARRESTED FOR I Plant Southern Tomorrow One I Day AYI11-1(0 Kpnit\- In SUirUejFUli ; Crawford Dies f fI"

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I il ilill CUTTING TIES several terstate ; Oveij,5: <> Hli.sklcH In (:OfMl hlll_ I""

Bradford county will put the railroads MILn)' l..t.l..m..n. IluckBy Starke Expects Plans for tho first Florida Forest At State Capital '

u' xi strawberry crop in tWiiorth11 fair which will be held In Lake ,

markets via express refrlge.ruorvlce Following a tip that ties and provide ( ; BILL DUNCAN) To Get Express City, November 1.1: 14 and IS were Following Stroke

,", ,, Is the assurance given timber were being taken from express Gainesville announced !Monday at a luncheon I
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,, by officials of lands In the New Klver section portation Sept. :la.Florlda'FIKhtlng rif niival stores "
the operators
Service
niir" growers Berry representatives
sold to the state for unpaid taxes But will Gators are about to sam of lumber XX'. M. Ignu, of KiiHtU", .Appoints Ity 1
Miiiiheenstern EXIII'essCo., and the"lIthl"l'll associations and
ple their first
portion of I
officers made an Investigation You what -- other farlton to Horvp ("ntllN.t
Hallway whose/ can Interested Individual,
nearest held
seems to be the hardest
IlIJlpln/t/ point to the Starke-Law- Wednesday afternoon and arrested HaHrqnda.! ever faced by grid schedule Lakeland, Sept. 24.-M. n. Seed" at the Lumbermen's club, :27 'VOMtMont.oo iicclli:.
fifteen an organization who has been --- .
who interesting himself
negroes
iijectlon Is Hampton In were cutting street Jacksonville. This
: cane sometimes !
of
id<" American Hallway Kxpress; the timber for II. B. Kerce of Luke I IButlpr. suit their Southern Orange and Blue warriors. In the efforts of the strawberry! fnlr la salt] to be the greatest tiling Tallahassee Fla. Sept, 21II.. I YJJly"
traditional first
They were ordered to game urowera to have express cars for In land utilization Clay Crawford for 27 years secretary
.vtng Starke and Lawtey, ren appear roads. For of the Florida' .. ever
In Starke Thursday morning opponent Gators will be on shipments of t the Florida crop, is known.. of state for Florida died at
,' 'it> to comply with the Inter- before Judge Gardiner. Under nlinence of ( hand at Fleming field, Gntnenville buck from Starke, where he found Ms home hero early today, follow
an
",,,. commerce commission's or- eiger) : tomorrow afternoon There is tv ( for
to I purpose
give alt of ing
stroke
act passed" at the list session of the a report tint the Southeasloin Express ;; a of paralysis. '
rl|<'l' to make express refrigerator City, which the fighting opposition that several holding this fair-to emphasize Tho !
family of the
legislature. U Is unlawful to Company, owned and operated official was at
,I'vlco available, the only change remove the rail years of defeat has bret! Last the importance ot forest land: .as 1ils bedside when
the the
anything from lands sold to o by Southern railway, la end came.
,dl i thG present method of handling moro ( fnll in meeting Florida:, Southern Industrial nnnets, to show by Interesting Crawford
the slate fois taxes, and following planning to establish the service. became 111 s<:>verat., ;
riio noxt crop will be trucking o"fiu ; ger traffic hold what was to become exhibits and demonstrations
: the na days
This road ago. Yesterday he
tho within utrlck-
example set by other cormtlPH. comes a few miles was -J
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) berries by buyers to Hampton : towns have tion's highest tho methods whereby the ; .
the law will be vigorously! enforced scoring machine to of Starke, but does not reach any en with paralysis ot one side of hla J 'i y.
la nir shipment by express. In Bradford. of tho less a. 27-0 victory holding the Gators' of the berry territory of the state. value of such assets ran be increased body. He gradually grew worse./*" J

11ti Mr. O. "'. York, of Atlanta superintendent : decent scoreless throughout the first half. and to bring together the latent' Crawford wan born April 5>*. r

of tlif Southeastern Plant City Whether or not the Methodist will MASS::! MKKTIXO: ; OF P. T. ,\. and best 'thoughts ot the leaders 185(1( at Baliibrldge. Ga. He moved f'.

Hin Express Company, lias advised Express ) School Article It may be ho able to curb the score to such of forent Industries. It is. designed" !/ with hla family to Florida during i I

AK;nt Hutlcdse of HnnpionU'tu In not 1 proportions this years.remains to A masn meeting of Stnrke's to render to the land-owner, the territorial days, settling In i

arrangements: have been made Unfair---Faculty body with be seen. Parent-Teachers' Association was lumberman, the naval stores' operator Wukulla county, near the site of : t:'..

to place fflcient express refrigerator rest until ; With a few outstanding' exceptions held Friday evening at the Bradford and the farmer the same! the present town of Crawfordsvllla r : ,;

car of the latest 'type to han- treatment. the present Gator squad Is County High School service that Is rendered by the agrlcultiuxl named for his family J

I cllo the entlre'rop, If necessury, atIfmpton Last weE>k's Telegraph carried !I But that I composed of the same men that A delightful and Instructive fair to the agriculturist. Ha succeeded! his father Dr. ,I I

( He also advised :Mr.Rulledge an article (dealing with the" schools subject of opened the season with Southern program in charge of Mrs. H. A. The exhibit hall opens at 10 John Lovick Crawford, as secretary : "

that the Southeastern of Bradford county as reported, you know, last fall. Dale Van Slckel, Clyde Weeks, president was pe'rsented as o'clock Wednesday morning, November of state Tho Incumbency of

had a definite understanding with to us after a visit of state school the Crabtree, Capt. Cawthon, Good- follows: 12. The morning will be the father and son covered a period

the Pennsylvania System and all officials. Information carried in program bread Steel, Bryan and other stellar Invocation Dr. O. II Lowry. devoted to a get-to-gether session. ot 48 years. ;

takj this article was secured from a so are of Ijghts expected to At 2 o'clock that afternoon an address
other connecting lines to shipments reliable are. play to Vocal solo-Mr. John Powell, Crawford developed hypostatlo fj

wherever and whenever offered source and was not questioned railroads morrow. "Dutch" Stanley, crack accompanist/ Miss Ethel Orlllln. of welcome will be given and pneumonia during the night" and

for delivery to destination ., by the reporter. However, them about end, and Brumbaugh, fleet back, Address of welcome-Mrs. H. a talk on Possibilities of Forestry Hit*\condition was said to be largely < "

on fast pas enger schedules. the faculty of Bradford High have But will nro gone. But for these exceptions A. Weeks. In Florida will be made. This will responsible for hla death, The J

Tentative rates for this class taken exceptions to that part of ginning however, the great team of Tleadlng-Miss Hazel Middleton. bo followed by a tour of Inspection end came after the patient had ,"

service indicate that the cost per the article referring to the local by the 1928 remains practically intact. Talk-Mrs. Fred Nooney, /Ice of exhibits dealing with conservative been unconscious nearly 24 hours. I I

crate will be less than shippers school and we gladly give space mission? Coach Cllarle .Dl1dlmUII and his president of the National Congress turpeiitlng" manufacturing of ": II
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hove herettofore been charged for to their reply. don't know oRslst n's.' Coaches Hlgglns, Hoislnger of the Parent-Teachers' Association. now products from Southern I>'nos, Leesburg, Sept. 23. -- Former "

shipments by freight refrigeratorcars. Editor Telegraph: merce' \ and Van Fleet, ore prep'arliiK manufacture of rayon silk, effects Htata senator William M. Igou, of ,. :'

Our attention as teachers of the and we do their men for what seems'to be Talk-Mrs. O. K.;; Muriel.! ot woods burning and various exhibits Eustls! is In Tallahassee today to

U was brought out in hearings Starke school has been called( to an railroads the hardest schedule\ In Florida Vocal solo-Mrs. O. 1'. LlklnH, from national and state forest sworn in as secretary of state '.f'.f'be ;

before the commission that shippers article In last week's Telegraph At least I history. Georgia Tench, Georgia accompanist Mrs F. H. Long. services. Some ot the other for Florida, succeeding the luto :

were paying a high rate for derogatory to the Starke school. that they and Harvard are lo be played on Benediction-Dr. <1. P. Hrtfmond.I exhibits will Include turpentine! II. Clay Crawford, who was buried "

;Ihe freight service and that an' express Wo feel that the author of this although successive Saturdays. Oregon, contender >urlng the social half hour tools, tire lighting; tools, paper yesterday. !

f shipment of 223 crates could article is unfa'r! unjust, qnd Is inspired heralds : for the Pacific Coast championship punch and wafers were served. pulp from 1 pine 1 reforestation anil Announcement ot the appolnt- '

I I" made for the same rate they by prejudice against the ped 1 la billed as he lust game Preceding the evening's entertainment 'Iorld"'II forest llrod lid s. A talk mtint wus made Sunday evening In f.':I": J

were paying for 175 crates by Starke school. Wo -refer to article : winter with of season. Clomson V. M. I., Au : dinner was served at the on the Possibilities of Southern statement toMje Associated ;

freight refrigerator.A. relative to visit of Mr. Hlnson and tives with burn. South Cal'ollna.'ashlngloll Magnolia Cafe by Rtarke Parent- Pine In Paper and Pulp Industries\ Press, following a statement Sat r'

freight; refrigerator car load Mr.\ Evans, In which the statement has ever and Lee are other schools that Teachers' AsHoc'atlon' lo tho out of will bo made that night. urday In which Governor Corltou S :

ed wrth 176 crates costs npprolniati'ly was mode that Mr. Hinson! severely They'make must be met. Undoubtedly, this town guests who were: A field trip to the Forest Kxpcrlment stated that the selection' of a successor h.

$2.40 crate'to New criticised the Starke teachers.( If on the dog schedule Is: the hardest to be attempted Mrs. Fred Nooney of ..Jacksonville Station! at Slarke' will hamurlo to Mr. Crawford had been t !
per
tho teachers were seveerly (criticis ing t'ie' by team In the on I ha second dny. MelhodH made and .would be announced ', 'I'
Yo-k City, ..-whJle the tentative ex- any Soitb !Mrs.'OC., Prevail of Jack ,, "
nri.'-, rates of the Southeastern on ed It was done to someone else and but when it this! year.Novothelefw. sonville, Mrs. C. A. Witt of. Jacksonville and results of conMervatlve naval "In due time. 'I I:

Inlil'mum load of 250 crates will not to them cilities such opinion is: rampant !Mrs. J. Q. Sharpo of Jacksonville HtorpH operation will bo demount !MIKOII" was an ardent supporter .I
Mr. HIiiHon saId that ted. From" Starke', a trip will ot Governor Garlton In hla ,
t b 9 I .80. The loading capacity of that janitor for growers the fatorn-constitute! one of Mrs. G. E. Merrill of
should be trained and experienced. another tho greatest allroundteams of Jacksonville bo mode to Ralford to visit state campaign; for governor, holding
'iii cxprosp cars Is not known, but Mrs. 1... H. Hill of I ,
Mr. Evans made the Mtatement that all-time. forestry nursery and an eighty what was termed a "one man ral- .
there
are a Overflfty men are rounding ,
r..l1wley.fl' and Mrs. Lain! ofIlrookcr
on a load hasls of 17,000 pounds, .. .. .
foot foroHt fire lookout at Eimtlti! just to
Tnat the
lower. prior primary
more in out two weeks of
the iignung WHS necceHsary \ grllliuprac/ and !Miss Ruby Maxwell .
will carry 350 crates.
cars for "examlnatroD.'I tice !n'ght a tulk will be made ut the the main theme ot which '
order to properly) cure lavatories. lIomethln lit fine sl'spe. OutHtand'ng! of HIli))l>tOI1. I
Berry Hampton
shipments leaving
at 6:07:: ,and 11:45: p. m. over In addition there wan a need, been! their letter-men received in addition, a As was once quoted by one of exhibit hull In Luke City on Forest was opposition to CarltonV suppoHiMlly : I
Taxation.
the Southern will l>ave Atlanta tin- too, he said for storage facilities many years highly successful ten-day training our former president Theoduo( chief. opponent, Fona f ,
and that shower baths should not sible on the period at Anastasla Inland. Roosevelt, "Tho Parent-Teachers' The third day will Include a trip Hathaway.TllllKK.
following day at noon and will arrive
bo In lavatories. If these needs us pays The richly! supplied backflold Axpoclatlon is the moxt fundamentally to a forest Heed lied on the prop- '
in Washington the next morning ... WIIMCKH: Sl' IJ.\Y I
K.
;
-tyof A. McClonliy Lake
nenr !
then : ( that
at 5:20: in Baltimore 6:35: were supplied cond.lions it, and let startled the country last year constructive force in the

Philadelphia 8 :55' and In New could be made all right. Many of the reul continues to be wealthy. Headed world today." Let us keep It so City and to the forestry plantation Three cars were wrecked Sun- \
I the-
York at 10:50: giving less than 36 these things the Starke teachers. can. by Cannoball Clyde Crabtree, spoc- by working together for better on will also same be made property.to the A vailousklndu .visit day afternoon within sight of each I

hour: service to New York City on could not help. Well, quarterback, a combination children, better homos and better other on the highway just south I.,

\ shipments leaving Hampton utU As teachers, we have worked Huff of including Royce Goodbread, Monk schools. of fire linen I'ollttlru'ted the of town, the accidents happening ',
hard to school started. We County Dorsett and Caw week previously and an opportunity
Captain
get Rainy
n p..m. Shipments to Chicago! i -- within a. short spa' e of time A. f .
feel that to have something of this a message : thon Is working superbly In scrim- Riven for thorough comparison '
( (HII'U'1'IOS; OK OIU1AMZATIOX Packard driven by a Tampa resident
will reach there 24 hours after the ,I
of cost of such protection! with
sort published is not only Incorrect lows: Dorsett, freshman senxa- '
leaving Atlanta.So WITH COMMITTKKCompletion : : : ; run off road and overturned '\ I
but if correct would be tin- "Plant of last season seems to 1 he des I the cant of the present system ofrnklng and while watlng for the arrival '
far the Southern is the only
carrier that has made state fair in view of the fact that school "George tined to fill Brumbaugh's shoe of plans for a grow and burning. These methods of a wrecker wna set afire by a bystander <<
any has been running only two weeks Interstate punting, and passing abilities will be shown by actual demonstration
ment in regards to what the growers ers association were left with the flipping a burning match );
f in of hand !\II'. Evans told the principal that Washington, : be valuable assets to the committee appointed at tho first )) with different equipment Into gasoline escaping; fronf th&.1
may the.way and
ling the expect next sea he did not expect to -find things eighteen Cawthon, though held up meeting of the growers held Sept. under different conditions. tank. The occupants: Mr. and Mrs. ), :
strawberry crop There will also be actualdemonstration
son, the Seaboard and Atlantic In best condition at' this time. He able Bpccula few days because of a small ail 14th, this decision being reached an S. If. Moore, were badly bruised '

Coast Line remaining said that he hal experience as whether or is now In good condition, at tho meeting called/ for last Sat In land clearing, mid cut, and !Mr. Moore Is still

r serving the principal and knew that it took Elxpr'efls bids fa'r' to retain his. honors urday. Pending receipt ot orgauIzat'ou forest tree seedlings. In a Jacksonville hospital. The If I
strawberry- sections of the state, Moving
pictures forest
depectlnic
work of school fective one of the test defensive
time to get the a gr en ; plain from" growers associations tar was a total loss. "
maintaining silence as to their the situations In Fforlda and In
started.We' ry in South. Goodbread Is In Louisiana, the committee An Oakland front New Smyrna } I
pl<\ns. It Is however, South will
expected Gi.'ftrglit be shown and
have fine prospects for a upon !- to.! make this season the will mark time until' they reach nnd a Gralium-Palge owned by a I (
that they will fall.ln line and com will prove of Intercut to
men. women
school this year. Every room In. spect. of his me i lied career. here. .L. M. Rhodes, state market- Ga'.naHVtllo'! resident were both 1
plete arrangements for serving the nnd children. I Everything will
the building Is occupied. We have tus.-Gust "Red"McEwan a looking great Ing bureau, made u splendid address damaged In a skid from the wet

growers on their. lines. i approximately one-third of all pupils Chamber of quarterback ant! it appears/ like to the growers, urg'ng them bo be held fr.eA. Incliu'lng a rtllh fry to rottd. Several local girls in tha *, .
Thursday during the visit
the county in our building secretary." that he will p)'lot the shock to Oakland .I
SCHOOL I'AKKINCl l'I.\S1<::1) In get Into some form ot an oreunzatlon. to Starke.KXAMIXATIO.V. escaped with only minor.liijurleH .If,
I -or five hundred and forty ((540)) And !Mr. !\ : In this position. "Red" Be- 1 although the top of the ; ,

in all. While we are crowded, we "'Va hln In putting up a har light for : t sedan) and. jlunn were smashed.

I, The city authorities. In co-opeva- teachers think we have the best "Cast first string halfbnck position. A. HWAMtn.1l: l-'Oll POSTMAN. Ono other wreck was reported I J, Ito
lion with have put TICK
school officials, )
student-body In the state, and do Chamber of Smith and Link Sllsby are have taken place between I" 111 t
now parking rules Into effect at --
the high) school build'ng: which not care to give any of them up; Huff, : other halves who hRVe been A. Swanbom' 74, of Luwtey, died Tho U. 8. civil service coranils- Starko and Hampton Sunday af :;

yet the more we have the more Yotir wire good work in practice ses pt hla hom,, In Lawtey Friday t"rIlOOIhut particulars were not 'I:,
i prohibits the parking of cars on d'on, at the request ot the postmaster
ii help will ho needed to take care of sion has no resides McEwan, fleet night; September 20th, following a available. >"
i them. We have the same amount riers will not White, Johnny Bryson and ihort illness. Burial services were ,"\,
school examination for
lots the postmaster
east of of janitorial service that we had requiring are showing up well at held Saturday, conducted by Rev.iHarr NOI.AN C'ANOVA, Jit. WISH :
In
building remainIng Starke, being held "it
Busses
and cars when the school had only 300 pupil December "Monkey" Brennan, :; of Lawtey. The deceased examination I"UCST1' IC.JlIUtfITI: () i '
to nndor the president's order of '
at the required
school
are good hail been, :
tary. prospect was !born In Sweden February 10 j
park on the street adjoining the May, 10, 1921 and not tinder the At the Audition of the National !
Our high! school has been accredited So there by Illness. 1855, coming to thin country and
school civil service art and rules.Appl'catloiii .
grounds the north. Cars Atwater-Kent contest for
on by the state many years. knows. : Ed Sauls, who has. been punting settling in Chicago, In 1872. )Ho young; r I
Picking students ) must he properly gingers lieM Monday ,
up'or discharging night over ,
Our present state superintendent to surprise good In. giving Cawthon moved to Starke In 1893 and resided -. ,
must do so on TeD.pleon the side executed on Form 2241 and filed radio station WRUF, Gainesville.{ :
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while high school Inspector spoke competition for the fullback here until 1910, when he ,
next to the school making It unnecessary with the civil service commission, ,Miss Virginia Mi-Call, soprano, won't.
highly of our work, and repeatedly \\ -: \ : : Broward McClelland will moved to Lawtey. He IB survived
for the children to cross WathliiKton, prior to October 16th. first place for girls and Nolan Ca->,
work reserve strength. by I
said that we were doing a one son, Walter R. Swanbomof
the street. Definite! Information in regard to nova, Jr., tenor first place for :I
Week Dale Van Slckel, Florida's first ,
equal to larger schools of the state. Olustee, a half brother, O. T. examination! can, be secured by boys. J
.
elementary school after Date" : ,. Is practically certain Nelson of Lawtey. and two grand
HKfOXU; "SOOCT MKKTIXOThe : : Our writing the United State Civil Nolan: a graduate ot Bradford 1' .
IS his place at left end with
f much hard work by P. T. A., Sept. Harry children.tloru sorvlca; Commission.Vallhlnlllon.. ..J
( Exchange Club, school Sept. 19 !tAAn tn raufkrva. For- __ fitnnlov'a--__ ,_ _U -: County High school will represent t
second scout meeting will teachers I D. C., requesting forms 2241 and Gainesville and surrounding dlstrlct -,
chairman and patrons, was placed Sept. 20 position Ben demons and In the Tennessee game last
be held Friday, Sept. 27 at 7:00In : years ago on accredited list Sept. 21 Nolan, are strong contend year. Other outstanding guards 2213.- : at the state. audition to ba'i I"
the Scout pitching two -1-* held station WSUN .
hall. Tent over Clearwatt
Nolan had
22
Many larger schools of the state Sept. an operation- are "Smiling Mike" Ho user. Bill \\WIIMWH.' TWO OI"FICf.U.H t-
will be practiced, welnies roasted have Sept. 23 of weeks ago but la grad !\. er-St. Petersburg about October1lltb. /:
I and will take I do not have this rating. We McRae Wilbur James and "Fat" .\1'1'01:ST.;., 'nJ'I'USOH: .
II an outdoor meeting I entrance examinations) to Sept. 24 /netting Into shape A flock Roberts.f if I I
I place a little later In the evening. to give Arrangements for the local au'Vik'. '
25 other good ends !
Including
pupils of many of these schools Sept. Frank Clarke is looking good at Tallahassee, Sept. 23. -- Wives '
There are a few vacancies in the Total VIc'ory, "Ma" Ferguson itton were made. through a comnit !'
center In
here. scrimmage as are Weber of two deceased
entering registration officers 'I \
want tee '
who of Claude
troop consisting
roster for fellows Murpnreo..t'
oftea'hera Lloyd Baldwin are on hand. Haines
the general opinion a husky newcomer, Carlosproctor
It Is were appointed today by Oov.
to Twelve : \f pnhrAAi'jj
chairman Mrs.
be Alberta. u
anre enough scouts. Parnell, former school ; I "
He Is not
that if we can have the prep and Ramsey. Doyle K. Carlton to succeed their ,(
and thirteen old boys 'es Worth, and Miss Ida C. Burkhlm.
year full support of all concerned, we criticise and an end candidate has been The outflt'a weight average Is husbands. 11 .
pecially desired. The two Guy Invite (Signed) : by au attack of ma good 'I'
We Most
i boys our wilt have a floe year. enough. of the men They are Mrs. Lillle Sewell, Jacksonville "Florida Inland tf j
are recent additions\ onstructlve criticism, but such unfair ence : fever weigh over 180 and several Including Brooksville, succeeding J. A. Sew- Navigation District ''
:
down
troop. These boys are loaded Mrs. T. Joe Bryan and Muddy Waters .1
published In ter, Dorsett, Sauls, Proctor
with Scouts I statements as all to serve for Hernando county, to open bid* for $750,000 wortl1 t',I
merit badges Eagle of last week ore prejudicial nitch. Mrs. to be thn first string tackle: JamesWaters and Ph leI boast ofa
your paper and Mr O. A. Epperson, Lake of canal purchase bonds aod $350 I'll
Boys ,
believe, ''
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and will be a big help. while .
Hall
Mr. to best interests of school.If Fernandez, Phlel and heft around the 200 mark. Butler succeeding G. A, Epperson, 000 worth of right ot way bondaJj 1 \

wanting to Join the troop, see Mr. Hlnson, made these statements Bynum constitute strong reserve A large delegation of StarkoltoaIs registration officer for Union county. on October 15th. :

Wyman, the scoutmaster, between they should hare been A. Hick's progress baa been expected to witness the game :
4 and 5 o'clock Friday afternoon of ar Madge up because of tonIIItU. with Southern tomorrow and 'f t
made to ua by author your get -.- Talk to your county agent about f i-
ti, Wyman Scoutmaster that Mr.Hlnson Ethel Griffin. At guard Is Alex Reeves and look at thesa !
ticle. We cannot think a Gators possible Construction ot State Highway your farm problems. If h. do .t |

installed severely criticised us as teacher did Steele, whose performance contenders for the Southern con No. 6-A between Springs and Fort not know, he la In a position taf'flad )'
Leetburg Palace Theatre author would have people think were taking one of Florida's few consola- ference crown. White completed. / out. !|i 1f
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n, rl SaC S7SaSaS7474 W. M. Moody of Lacrosse, were her home In Jacksonville last FrI- i tey boys wore given the first Edgar on- as-absent from ) Jacksonville last week.

were visiting here last Saturday. day. chance to break the tie But with school last week on account of I Professor Sibley wan t |

B. H. S. JOURNAL Mr. and Mrs. Turner Brooker of Misses Pauline Mills and Delma Molt pitching and Ilazen catchIng sickness.Wo' away from school last Jo"'rld" \ ,, ,
shower this business leaving his plan-" t.." >i I",
had another
Waldo passed through here last Surrenry of Graham, were visiting besides the other good play- 'E A.
taken by Sapp for HIP.
week. We are thankful for no 01 i ,,
!M\\np\rii: HTFF Sunday.Mrs. here last Thursday afternoon.Mr. era, they only got part of I the way storms. We are glad to report tlmi' \11: ,

Eitltoi-iiK'tiN'f __ PArr KNMGIITKVA : W. M.\ IInrrell and daughter II. P. Galney and C. C. Melvin 'around. The B J. II. S. boys then Mr. and Mrs. S. Smith and children Sam Crews Is improving Goal \'

As-l'itant I nmturis. rKAUMa MANNIXd, MAHCOTTM Geneva, have returned home were transacting business In were given a chance and being successful. and Miss Elizabeth Coleman hope she will soon be able ,in, i I",,

Juk. Editor I.BAIt STHUTIIB.tnlor Jacksonvllel last Monday. made the task which left out again.
returned to Tallahassee Sunday,
rtcpnrtcrJunior ENA JIJ fs'LI.F;: SlIKRAUn from a weeks visit in Jacksonville Among those who attended the score at the end of the game with W. Mr. and Mrs. R. J..Tnrne,, w ,

llvporliTSophomori' _. ___ ___ _.._ ANN11-: MAE PKARC13 with friends and relatives. preaching from here at Entonlah 7-8 In favor of the B. J. II. S. after spending two weeks transacting business In Lak MM...
.__ .. HK.V HTKRNUKKOMA1 W. Coleman.
Mrs. Willie Rhoden of
Reporter Mr. and
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In Putnam Mr. and A crowd of people
Pretihrnnn porter _.._. __ __ __ _..._ ___ Y BROWNLKI3HAL.L1I2 county were: large young Mrs. Myrt Grime was visiting R. ler Saturday..
Special Reporter .n.. K8TKL.L.M KF XU.IK JOM3Si : Jacksonville spent' the week-end' Mrs. II. P. Gainey, Mr. and Mrs. enjoyed a dance given at the home L. Lee Sunday. Mrs. Floria Yarbrough ami -,,'J,

hero with relatives H. M. Ilazen, and) son, Vasco, Mr. of Mr. and Mrs Carl Adklns last Johnnie;' of Raiford, were ::11 till,, ,
nnnnnnnnc7nnt7t aS77Ca474 44S7SaS7SaSc- Milford and Nelson Crime were
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i*||""*sfc'J f a J*T -f a j a j 'lj.p.a"i"l--T--r --------- Mr. Cyril Dukes of Dukes was and Mrs. G. W. Ilazen, Mr. and Saturday night. The crowd met. absent from school Monday.\ I section Saturday.

Well folks we're back again school? visiting here last Sunday. Mrs. J. J. at about the hour of eight o'clock i Mr. Joe Grlffla and family were Mr.\ Howard B. Thomas IB .01,1,> 'I

with a brand new gang and "rnrln1 4. Eva stopped rolling her eyes? Mr. Robbie Parrlnh of Lake Butler once., and departed about eleven. visiting Mrs. G. O. Grime Sunday. to be1 out again after a motor ",, ,, .

to go." Out our way you hear plen- G. Jeanette got: a demerit? was visiting here last Satur- and Mrs. D. W. Ilazen. The music was rendered by Mr. Miss\ Grlflls and Johnnie accident which occurred In ,inn :

ty of talk about making this 6. Mr. Dowling! told a joke'? day night' and Sunday.Mr. Mr. Fred Hazen of Gainesville, Dack Andrews playing the fiddle May visiting Mr. and Mrs. causing a part of his left foot .!

I1 the "BIg Year" In the history of 7. Lois wore anklettes? Leslie Greene was visitingIn was visiting here last Saturday. and the piano being played by.the Mejery were Friday night. be taken otto ;

Bradford High. It seems to us 8. Paul quit laughing? Lake Butler Saturday night.; Miss Stellmae Ward of Jackson- different girls present. George Arch Manning Prevatt visited II. L. Mrs. Dempsey Hunt of Mulii ] t

that Bradford has never had a fin- 9. A certain senior boy had a Mrs. J. J. Morgan and eon, ville was visiting her mother Mrs. The guests gave a report of hav- Lee Mrt ry, spent a few days last wO'. i K
Sunday j
of teachers and pupils date? Clarence were transacting business T. P. Ward here last week-end. nice time.
er group ing a very Mr. Arch Prevatt left for Jack- with her .father B. J. Sapp xh i, .
than she has this year. And we 10. Estelle lost her comb, lip- in Starke last Tuesday Mr. Ross well Ward was transacting Those present other than those sonville has been confined to his bed.

feel sure that, with the cooperation sticks, and powder puff? Mr. D. L. Polk was transacting business in Jacksonvillelast near Brooker were Messrs.\ Fred Monday.Mrs. Mr. Mr. Virgil Stewart of netro i

of the people of Starke and 11. All the seniors came to class business In Gainesville last Mon- Monday. Reeves and Harry Plnkston of and Mrs.. Cynthia L; Sllcox.Lee is visiting !Mich., passed through here Suml.i. .J

the surrounding towns, we shall meetings? day. Mrs Maudy Conerly and son. Worthington! Springs; Misses Carl Andrews' visited W. W. where he will join his wife in v' ,11
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accomplish great things. Misses Dorothy Tyson and Wilson spent Saturday night near Gladys Dukes and Dorothy Tyson Coleman amt /1

Let's all pull together for Bradford HOT, Tn's Gladys Dukes of Lake Butler, were Gainesville with relatives. and Mr. Dana Duke of Lake Butler Sunday.. Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Craw ,,i "

1 Buster: "My doctor told me to visiting here last Sunday after- Miss P(>arl'Johnson and Mr. F. attended the dance given at the Lake Butler'spent Sunday even, ,,?,i ..

cut out all sweet things noon. Johnson of Graham, were visiting Junior High school last Friday ......................... here with relatives.TREPARCDNCSS.

Senior Class News Halite' : "Did you.?" Supt. Crime was a visitor to our here last Sunday. night "

Some news folks! This year's Buster: "Yea!!, cigarettes and my school last Monday. Mr. Harry Plnkston and Fred : NEW' RIVER :
Mr. Carlos Bolls of Lacrosse Miss. Essie Sapp, Cor, .
Reeves attended the dance at the
senior class Is the largest in the girl. ? .
..N.NNeN.....NON.e
history of B. II. 8. Now won't we passed through here enroute to home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Adklns 1....N. v........)..4' "

have a fine graduating class Eva: "Why the bathing cape Starke last Friday. last Saturday night. : BOAT DRAIN : ,j

though? with all those ruffles, Estelle Mr. J. J. Morgan was attendingto Mr. Lewis Shriver and A. L. :Mrs., Blanche Edward. Cor. Mr. Tom Parnell, who has beena WARDS OFF ADVERSITY" Il1lWi :
business In Starke last Satur- Crosby were transacting business resident of this community for _
We did need "
surely In swim-
Gee, fellers Surely you arei 't going O....................... Pelham rk 8.ouarn0
has moved
'i' your advice these past two weeksin ming all clresneii up that way?" day.Messrs. In Starke last Monday. many years to "'otr. ,
helping us to decide on our Estelle: "No, I'm going to a Ressle Colson and Leslie Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Adklns and 'Mrs. L. G. Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Ga., where he will be ,employed In ...":. ,, "g" Ot''a.prg I

ring's and Initiations. It was also watermelon party." Green were visiting in Lake children are making their future Eugene Grime, !Mr. and 1 Mrs.< Arch} the truck growing business. We / ga.rr 1

very embarrassing to have two Butler last Sunday. home In Tampa. We wish them Prevatt spent Sunday at J. B. Pre- wish him much success ,

salesmen call at the same time, Scootie"Oh Mr. Mark Hough was. visiting In luck and many prospectsat their vatt's. Mr.\ B. J. Sapp, who has been [ !
tie!
what pretty
a .
but fortunate in agreeing : Starke last Sunday. new residence. Mr. C. C. Griffis and Mr. KInney confined to his bed for several /
we were I wish I had dress like It.
a
} upon the same rings.: They will Ben "Well get the scissors and Misses Elsie Barry and Zulenna Mrs. J. J. Morgan and son Grime visited, L. Lee's Tuesday.Mr. days is Improving nicely. We hopeto .". ., "

' i be here In a few weeks and then : Waters and Messrs. Mallle Sur- Clarence were attending to business !- Rob Crawley visited Mr. see him out again soon.
? I'll little piece to use off t
you'll see us truttlng our stuff. cut you a" rency and Hobble ParrIsh were In Starke last Tuesday Tom Lee Monday. Mrs\ Ruby Stewart left last )

The officers of the class presented one end here. visiting at Hampton Beach last Mrs S. Mott who has been Rlrs. Cheshire visited J. B. Pre- week for Miami. where she will

the plans for the annual before Sunday afternoon. spending some time at Hellbronn vatt and family Saturday.Mrs. visit her mother. Fire comes when least

the faculty frlday afternoon and Hazel: "Take this trermbmeterthemammater Messrs. Clyde and Elmer Sim- springs with relatives returned Kate Minton visited Mrs. Mr. R. A. Andrews of Ft. Myers. expected Be prepared with

they were highly approved of. ( ) to Mrs. Carpenter. mons, and Norman and W. It. home last week. Cheshire Tuesday evening. was visiting relatives here last adequate stock Insuranceadjusted

-.-. Thomas and Miss Zelma Thomasof Mr. Alph flaxen was visiting In Mr. Ralph Galney was visiting week. to meet your present,

Junior Class News Annie Mae: "Have you a ther- Mounteacha, were visiting here Starke last Thursday.The 1Ir.oJ.. E. Lee Sunday. Carl Turner of Cordele, Ga., Is needs.

?r i r A meeting of the Junior class iladdy-ter too.? last Saturday. B. J. II. S. boys met theJ. Mr. and Mrs. Arch Prevatt are visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Let us help yt 4HAROLD

, afternoon Messrs. Floyd and Lester Crosby II. S. boys at the home court planning to move to Archer, soon. Mrs. W. T. Turner.
L was held Thursday Lena Belle "Listen to this, It
i r Sept 19th. Called to order by Mrs. here that: there sheep in of Starke were visiting here here last Thursday afternoon.: The Mr. llamp Crawford's( sister, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Renfrofc and C. WALL !
says are last Sunday afternoon. game of baseball played between Miss Ethel Crawford was visiting son, Everett, spent a.few days in
T. T. Long.
i 4 electedr the Himalaya mountains that can Mr. and Mrs. Harley Thomas of them was a very interesting game him last week. Ft. Myers last week. INSURANCE
The following officers were "
run forty miles an hour. Lawtey, spent Sunday night hereas and at the end of the ninth innng Mr. Willie Green was visiting Messrs. G. W. Capp and Cecil

. Thelma: "I guess that's the only guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. T. the score was tied 66.. The Law- Mr. Harvey Gainey Sunday. I Adams made a business trip to STARKE FLORIDA
; ,tl George Inman, president. kind of lamb that could follow Osteen.Mr. .. .
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Billy Graham, vice president. \
Mary today visit-
Leland Lltchfleld was
'I' Hazel Adklns, secretary.
ing In Lacrosse! last Sunday evening --.--
t
Milton Drownlee, treasurer. The teachers' training class had .

The meeting adjourned after a been down the day before to observe Messrs. Cyril and Ruel Dukes
' V splendid talk by Mrs. T. T. Long. Miss Gruber's room and her r
I' and Morris Brown of pukes, werevisiting
I
'k -
Class method of teaching. here Saturday evening.
Hopliomoro Miss Isabel was writing questions Miss Blanche Cawthorn of La-

it The Sophs have been working of the observation on the
crosse, attended B, Y. I'. U. here
t hardso hard In fact, that they board.
list Sunday night.
haven't any themes or Jokes that Pearle: "Miss Isabel, are theme I .Miss Dorothy Tyson and Gladys 4N From BARN

: they can afford to lose, so they questions on Miss Gruber?" Dukes of Lake Butler attended

have promised to give us some of Leah: "No, on the blackboard." the dance given at the home of Mr.
their best for next week.
ones -:: and Mrs I. W. Plnholster last Sat-
-.- ; "Tfie early bird
t Mr. Cowling: urday night.
"nODI XT IU'%:\JN.\1' TH" the to BATH TUB
catches worm.
always Mr. and Mrs. Guy Plnholster of S
Theodore>"The worm shouldn'tget Jacksonville spent Sunday here
This theme was the best'written: .
up so early. with his parents. ;
in the ninth grade.
Thirteenth Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Hayes Jr., ,. .
tho
Friday
ItnOOKKR: Jt'MOH JlWIIHCIIOOL
and children, were in Starke last .
About noon one day four of my XOTKS: .
; friends and I started out to hunt Monday afternoon.Mr. .
Lewis Shriver was transacting ;t qh ,
some muskldlnea. (It you don'tknow Mr. Illnaon. high school Inspector business in Starke last Monday mac.i i,.
what they are, I'll tell you, rural school her t-l2. fit
Inspector, togf tI
1
k I know-nothing but large wild rtN rv .
with Mr. Grlflls, visited our
Luther Harrell and Lea- ,
Messru. ;
e '
; grapes.. They are larger than week. It a .-,
school last They gave business )
lie Green attending to -
; most cultivated grapes and are lots thorough Inspection!! and expressed in Jacksonville were last Wednesday (%_ J 't

ttI better to eat.) themselves as well pleased with YN s sr utl f ate '
night. -i
We walked through cotton fields, the things that had been'done to ''j '
Misses Grade Green, and Mel- ..
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corn fields, swamps, and even waded for this ''I '. .. ;
the school ,
three creeks. Some put over year ba Rae Hodges and Mr. Roy Green
two or
I but we are still short on a few attended at peanut boiling at the
'about three o'clock land-
time we
I; Items:; such as. 160 more In Lake Butler
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home of Mr Deqke's
small thicket of trees. to- car for and purpose"is
ed in a 4 every purse
books for the library, seven pictures last Thursday night.A .
nice cool creek near,
There
was a
cool off. Our and a change In our water large crowd of young folks .7 models.|32S-* down to
all sat
so ;we facilities. These are not at all small enjoyed a dance given at the home four. Smooth, powerful 6-cylmder valve-in-head en
I baskets were laying close by, and Items but with the help of the P. of Mr. and Mrs. Music last Friday S Beautiful Fisher Bodies. Also sedan delivery.Light deliv

we were all dreaming of the delicious T. A., we'are going to put It over. The departed at IJi con chassis and 1H ton chassis with cab! ,both
guests
night.
l waiting for us. four speeds forward. '
t grapes
Dr. Wilson of the state board Of
; a very late hour, all reporting having -
i' Finally we got up and started to health made his usual visit to the had a nice time. 7 models. $74' $89'. Now offers "Dig six"
the grape vine, but when we got school Monday. He finished the very luxury" at low,coit. Larger head engine; larger
Hobble Parrish and Dana
there the vine was bare. The squirrels and Messrs. .by Fisher.New.!attractive colors and stylish lines. .
treatments for typhoid gave: Dukes and Misses Dorothy Tyson "
had beaten us to them. tlio physical examination to the .g models.1373-'10"The Pine Car at Low
Butler
and Gladys Dukes of Lake ,
After all that work and walk Now otters further refinements mechanically and in the
y pupils In two rooms. attended the dance given at the Bodies-also
\ and no grapes-not even onelWe' eight optional! equipment combinations
dusk The Lawtey baseball team met homo of Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Pin- and De Luxe line.
6 t reached home about
the Brooker school team on the
q and it sure seemed good to be and holster last Saturday night. 6 models. $963-$10J. Buick's new com.
Brooker field last Thursday a
Miss Stellmae Ward of Jacksonville -
cool car,designed and built by Buick. Six cylinders. Fisher
there, in a nice chair on a (
hard fought game was played. In \ spent the week-end here with .. Its price pars Buick quality and craftsmanship within
it shady porch. the ninth inning the score wag 5-5 her mother Mrs. T. P. Ward of more families.

1 Just before supper one of the and It was decideif, to play off the bliss Lllbedla Plnholstr was visIting .
suddenly sat very stiff and models. 11145-11)73. Oald.ndAlIAm rlc.n
girls up
tie, and Brooker made one score In Starke last Friday after- Distinctively original appearance. Splendid, performance
her face of surprise -
straight, a picture
there by winning the game. appointments. Attractive
noon. colors. Bodies by Fisher.:

and astonishment. "No won- The Bradford County Teachers' Prof and Mrs. Laird and Miss A models. "
home without grapes" J $"9' General Motors' new elght at
der we came farmer friend who
will meet at the : owns two
Association
Mildred Morgan attended the ball price. 9O-degre V-rype engine. Sailing Bodies by

she thirteenth said, "today" is Friday the Brooker school house Saturday, game In Starke last Friday. went to the city the other day and :; ..Unusual. sDDfotmmuAlso optional equipment com
28th at nine-thirty. A
September
Messrs. William end, Carl Harris
.-Hope Haynes. basket dinner will be served and of Lacrosse passed through some cousins. They showed him 14 models. 11225-|1W5.\ Three new wheelbases..

Jokes all the parents are urged to be here last Friday enroute to Starke.Mr. garden apartment eighteen floors a b inches. The greatest Buick of them all. Many new
present at the 11 'o'clock talk to features. Fisher. Bodies with new lines.
and Mrs. Tom Markey were
Julian Will permit me to I
you their in
offer chair be given by Supt. Grlflls. transacting business !in Starke last proudly pointed out Frigidaire 14 model. $229' _$2S7'. Companion canto

j Hope you: my No thank you I just Prof. Snyder and wife of Jack- Friday. lOw e II" chuckled our farmer friend tadou."A Continental lines. Distinctive appearance. 9O-d.....
8-cyhnder engine. Striking. color combinations in beau
sonville spent the day at the
Laird Mrs. Laird
Prof. and were
leave stand. Bodies
garden full old-fashioned flowers by Fisher.
school..
transacting business in Starke last
Julian: But wouldn't it be bet-
; The Brooker p, T. A. met In Tuesday. for theirs and as for the refrigerator 25 models $)29> '7000. The Standard.d of the
ter for you to nit in my place Instead Famous efficient cylinder< 90-01.1_V.Tpe.nIID..
regular session Friday afternoon
: of standing on my feet? Mr. Orval Ward of Jacksonville, Frigidaire than they have!" Bodies by Fisher and Fleetwood. Extensive range
/ r spent the week-end here with his .and upholstery combinations,

Louise: Camels can go eight ........................ mother Mrs. T. P. Ward. He also mentioned his Delco-Light (All Price.E: 0.b. Factories)
t Mrs. Old Crawford and daughter -
without water. him
W days his DL water pump which give .
BROOKER
Billy: I could too but ma won't : Avoy of Wade, were visiting "
!
let me. Miss\ Pearle Galnoy ,* here last Friday. venience. As he often says himself his ALSOMotorized

.-. Mrs. John Crews of Lake Butler from tarn bath tub Automatic Refrigerator. New ailcnc models
Y ........................ to cold..onarol.lnice. Til-tone. cabinets. Price and model
II. It, 1Ij, NOTES was called to the bedside of her to suit every famal,. '
Mr and Mrs. P. A. Crosby were father Mr. J. J. Morgan last Tues- It is perfectly true that General I .'U'....

v -We are glad that the ministers visiting friends and relatives in day, who has been \111 for several various units, offers even. more to the. { conveniences EIKai; .and Plants labor 5-wving Water devices s,....for....the Provide farm.CLIP .

> ii. of the town, are Interested in the Jacksonville last Thursday.Mr. days, but is some better now.

\'i; school. and Mrs. R. 1\1. Gainey and Mr. and Mrs. Music were attending the city family. By applying! methods THE COUPON

Drs. Raymond, Guy and Lowrjrh'ave Mr. L. U Gainey were visiting In to business! In Starke lost Fri- duction to home electric lighting

I. visited us on chapel days and Wateroak last Monday. ran sty na -
day.A and ,
given us very interesting and ,Among those attending preach- large crowd of young folks water pumping systems Motors; (Dept A),Detroit,Mich.

qr worthwhile talks. Dr. Lowry was ing at Union last Sunday were: from here, Lake Butler and Dukes General Motors can make the I W1aatODbchlDddu--b. .Iad.-U.. I

4 out here last Thursday. He gave Mr. A. J. Conerly, Mr. H, P. Gainey enjojyed a dance given at the he -. (tfocors*The loti dt.lotaldl In a little book wiJloedletawtiagplows,7krkook7rOprsM.J"r01
that farmer wants at a price can
and Pearl and Mr. Mr. I. W Pin- a I I
ie us an excellent talk In which he and daughter, Vera home of and

stressed the Importance of living Mrs. H. Galney. holster last Saturday night. The cnlw.to mcy cat bojer..1.10

'.. good clean and honorable lives. The Pine Grove III: Y. P. U. vIsIted guests departed at a very late hour I me pinkolv pod..:..J'O'I.Jd frp.gaadMwip..Oetk'I

our B. Y. P. U. last Sunday i and all reported having had avery

There are a few questions concerning night and put on a very interesting i, nice time. GENERAL M : :: .

come of the faculty and program.Mr. Mr. Wall Crews of Waldo spent ..

members of the senior class that and Mrs. D. L. Polk and several days of last week herewith TUNS IN-Onl Uoron Punilr.....,..- Monday,
'1. have been worrying us. So far i children spent the week-end in I friends and relatives. Tlm)WEAJ aad 37 MOcind radio I 'I

we haven't been able to answer Newberry .with friends and rela- Miss Lois GaIney spent week: D CHEVROLET nMARQUBTTH. D BUICK

\them. tives. end here with her parents Mr. and I PONTIAC D UAKt AND D ,SAUJtDOLDSMOBOLB

'i What would happen If- Dr. E. L. Biggs( of Starke was Mrs. L. R. Galney. DVTKINO D CADILLAC
P"'AusumadcLtrigeawt
.. DDelcou.a.
1, Lester wrote a note transacting business here last Mon Mrs. A B. Crosby who has been EUcmPcwtrtdUt; .llt1'laoMa Q IWATDtS .

1 2.! Scootie combed her hair? day.Mr. spending some time here with .: :.J
i 3. Mrs. Carpenter walked to Wiley Thomas and Elder friends and relative, returned to t ------- _.
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E. T. nioiini. during; n raid on a [ county, and wan; 'sentenced l to lift. ; ......... Mitv 1 H R. W..Id and I I.; .1 Uai Mrs Edna Anderson and Uka!

Mill win\ 'IlI'llulpd to have been Inipi) ]"Isonmt-nt II JIll II onvu-tlon .ofI ,' v..'n ucic( In Gaon; (' New of Florida in Short Paragraph,? s..nll'lI"l'd" yesterday hut his name' I: .
was not called in court Nowllng presented) to t the board of pardonnI.MHtordtty !Mla Helm ilea. Cor.Mr Mr. and !Mrs\ James Ilouser and A. Konnedv of the Clay ,county .;.\\1.
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was -on\lt on his own confuHston by Stale Senator 'V 11- II +. .. s HI the school board; Mr. Olisson and Mr ..
I N .4. .. .... ... little son, James spent
that, he shot the deputy, but ] Ham C. \lodges[ Tallahassee but wpnk-end with Mr. and Mrs. J, H.Houser Datton of the township: MM. < :
pleaded si If-defenne. Tho jury at the request of members of the 1 \ and Mrs K. A. Smith returned Mowry and J I. H Mouser of "'t.y !;'

Live State News i deliberated about three hours. Two board, no. argu; nu(>inH In favor of to their homo on Liiko) Miss Dorothy Jeiik ns left Sunday stone Heights; Miss Wllmu I lie} 'I,, "t"

other members of the NowlltiK l'1emencer(- rondo. It was ex- 'I CJourvB Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. for Tallahassee. \\' she will representing the alumni and I'rank

family Albert and Matthew, were plahifd that board members desired Small bale (spent I the past three filler the state College for Wnmen. M. Walrath the junior "riis q t ".

freed of blame in the shooting but to consider some protests month Mendvllle\ Pa, and Chau-I Miss Helen Lawrence entertained While the number of pupas. enrolled "

still are held on'a \liquor charge against a proposed conditional pardon tauqua, N. Y. Miss MrCarther. Miss Davis and Is still small, there I N i\rory '. : '.
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TOLD'BY OUR EXCHANGES S a a Mrs. J, II. llouscr. who has been '
already on file. Miss DuHklln of Metros, high promise of an unusually good ,, .
Tampa. -- Proceedings; for appointment a a a spending tho summer In the north, school dinner Sunday.' school. It Is seldom so email a '

, ._.._.._...__._.._..._.._ _.._ ___. _._. __.. __ !returned to her home in Koystono faculty at ..chooll" fortunate K.', "
..---'- ------'----------- of a receiver for the Galn ollvHle- A raid on Illicit Keystone lle'Khls'! residents wore as as stone :\....

OialaA "fish fry" I hat wasn'tn grounds Directors of the fair, at Citizens Bank and Trust Company, whiskey stills made by Sheriff Heights Friday shocked Monday to learn of the Height In securing such a iplondld ;;
closed July] 17 to supprcedo C. L. Jimmy Matthews loft corps\ of Instructors. ?
, the program was staged neat a meeting, said the sub-division Wells and his deputies\ yesterday Wednesday loath of Mr. Jones which occurred MMVMM HM MMMH. BM HMMMMMHHHM ..J'
Knight as liquidator under appointment morning in the Cooter Pond district for Jacksonville, where) hevopects \-, :
i' 'h.'t-o when a truck loaded with would come into existence If the at the Mark Cottage on Keystone -

, c liolce piscatorial products collld- fair ground were turned over to of Ernest. Amos, elate of the Lacrosse section of to bo located the coming: Lake Monday morning. Mr. Renew Your Health :''i

comptroller, were filed In the circuit ,\II1I'1IUIcounty netted several 'winter Jonos and family came to KeytitoneHeights '
d with an automobile, truck and holders of bonds, floated by the I
/n" ,ill burning up.- fair association. about 11 years court today In behalf of sixcompl'ainantis thousand( gallons of mash, muchof Mr. and Mrs K. J. Larson and 1 : from Hastings for amonth's By Purification ::.' J;

r I a a a ago. ) who represent they which was ready! to bo drawn. baby daughter returned Friday vacation, about !thiee "'

a a a a arc depositors In alto bunk. The Only a small: amount of moonshine! from motor trip through the weeks ago Mr Jones was taken ,I Any physician will tell you that ''t$ \'
Daytona Tteaoh-An air line to action Is brought jointly against located "Perfect Purification of the System .,.'
was Arrests were made north. 111 and removed' to a hospital at #
Tampa-The Florida Citrus Exchange ,'
,> ,'rato between Jncksonvllle,, is Nature's Foundation of .;
pt ; has polned its marketing tho Citizens Bunk and C. L. Knight of George and Jerry Lofton who Vivian Anderson, alto )has been Starke for treatment. He returned rid -
i lleach and Miami with Perfect Health. Why not
Daytona and( call on both to make formal were caught In the act of Handling visiting friends i and relatives) In to the cottage at Keystone: .
' rrelglit and possibly mall has been interests with those of the Inter yourself of chronic ailments that ;,:.' .
i\ announced by Charles W. Selllclc national Fruit Company and the answer before the court as to.the the mash! the officers having hld- Pennsylvania) and Michigan, returned Heights Saturday, seemingly much are undermining your vitality? '(

1 the ,, Lucerne Park Fruit Company, It merits of the law unlerlIIrh deu In the underbrush while Iho to Keystone Heights Sun Improved he suffered a relapse' Purify your entire system by taking V''

who heads newly-tormed con- I Kn'ght: was appointed, and to the "brewers" wero absent. Ocorgo Sunday, which resulted in his n thorough (course of Calotaba. ;'f'\.
i learned
here
was The '
today.
' ,M-rn, the Florida a a .Airways a Inr.C'leawater 1. tion Is in line with the plan ac-of rIght of (he comptrollers' appointive ] Lofton plead guilty before County day.Mr.. Harold U. Lawrence spent death on Monday. -ollce or twice a week :for several '. : '

powers. Judge 11. I). there and was ft nod tho week-end with his mother, The Keystone Height schoolopened ] \Vc.ks-Itlltl see how Nature rewards .:i ,
consolidating: Florida's citrus Interests
,
Republicans have : with health.Calciul ''f
( <
: you
a a a a
$500 and costs and three months
Mrs. It. Lawrence.Lawrence Monduvvllh Interesting
extended a Democratic a vote ol as suggested; Ity the federal an ;. )'! .no the greatest! of nil ,;,
r hanks. The recipient was Karl: farm board The t.wo companiesare Ol'ala-Thetl. of a diamond ring at hard labor In case the lino 1<. 'alrnth, who has program consisting of music mid y"t'lu pui'i fiom. Get n family t

said to handle 750,000 boxes valued at $1200 from the body of Is not paid. lice jail term Is to be spent tho summer vacation with talks In II. \\Hdimd. K; J. Latton oaik.iiro' with full directions. On- .
J
clerk who
0 O'Quinn, county told
of citrus fruits Mrs. Frank Murphy Steubenvllle Increased to six months at hard his parents Keystone: Heights "f I the high M hool department : Ilv| :m''. ', :itdrup- torp (AdV).
annually
members of the 0 O. P. that his I .d
a a a a Ohio after she had( been killed In labor. The brother refused to enter and, lit Camp Carolina, N. C. re- 1 VS
.ifllce had been kept "free of politics -
an automobile accident near hero a plea of guilty contendingthat turned to the University ut
." O'Quinn discussed liU work ola-The Martin and Taylor GUllies-I ;
!: April 23 resulted today In the arrest he was not a party to the still ville Tlrursday. '

I .ti a meeting of the St. Petersburg Livestock Company will open Its of Claude Hester and Fled operation so ho was held for trial Mrs Fred Carr, who has boon We can charge your .
chub.at. stockyard here next Thursday;officials HKS
Republican Y' ES 8
at the October term of
t. Isom. Hester, employee of a local county 111 at Riverside liosp'tnl. Jacksunvllle -
a a of the said today.
company : funeral home, and '(Rom. former court. expects to return to her'i STORAGE BATTERY\ In "
Orlando That remarkable Representatives of packing houses employee, were held without bond, homo 'rlleltd..y.11ltts : I :
baa been made In the will be here to aid In the open'ng
progress pending;receipt of word from Congressman Highland county's first car of Helen Lawrence, entertained J.'I'Smith's '
sale. Stock cars, bedded .
fruit eradicationwork properly
Mediterranean fly (
> ; Frank Murphy, the husband grapefruit; of the new season wan four girl friends with u swimming -
in Florida shown In the and lend, will be waiting to receive as to whether he would prosecute :- moved !Monday, picking crews having party and breakfast Sunday Starke

act that during August only eight hogs from Marlon and adjoining Into south of Ov- '. ,
the case. Officials said to- gone groves; 1l101'n IIIt Garage i
new field infestations were found counties. )Hogs) are more plentifulthis day that Hester: and Isom confessed Oil Park Saturday (;reeK \Mavcy of Mr. J. 11. Housor and daughter la. 1
by the Inspection force, according season than usual and now
taking the ring as the body was tIle Lakemont Packing Company Gertrude drove to Jacksonville.
statement from that marketing facilities are being
to today fly eradication I
being brought from the scene of hits announced Friday ,
headquarters here. made ready Increased( productionis __ u _________ -
the accident to the! funeral parlor ',
S a a expected.

Fort Pierce This ob- a a a a here. 5
city may a a a a
the of Ocala-Orala's bonded ware-
ta'n next training rump the Jackl'onvllle-The body of an
Milwaukee baseball\ club of the house for handling peanuts will be --- -
unidentified man, his face and
American Association. The club's] ready for Its formal opening
head battered, was found In a I '
officials] have taken up with ]local Tliursday. The warehouse, with a
clump of bushes near the municipal 9 LI
.
residents the proposition of coming capacity of several cars, will be In *
] stadium here today. An auto- \
here, and have asked If there is an position to purchase peanuts for mobile jack handle, covered with I'I i tr
available] closed park.Tallahassee shipment to the shelling plants !in
blood, was found a few feet away.
'
S a Georgia, or it will receive tho peanuts \
The body was discovered by H .
Imposition of the and hold them In storage for .
Roberts, Jacksonville, as he walked .
online expense of road Improve- higher markets. Marlon's pea
past the clump of bushes on his
nut Is the largest In.the his-
ments upon abutting property own crop
way to work. lIe notified l'Iol1l'eand r
ers, where the property holders are tory of the county. Some farmers county officials] who>> found a sla d

only secondary benefltted] Is a violation expect to gather halt a ton to one leading from' the
trail of blood
of organic property rights, ton to the acre, which is recognized street Co the bushes, which they A

In reversing ,judgment of the circuit as an exceptionally fine yield: said Indicated that he might; have ;i
.
a a a a .ir d
court for lllllsborough county
been attacked at that spot on thestreet
Ocala--]Purchase of between
and Into the bushes.
a 75,000,000 and 80,000.000 feet of dragged; l F'F'k F'H
They were also working on the
lumber stumpage on approximately -
,
Lawrence
Miami Knowles.
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theory I hat the victim might have .
negro, is In a serious condition at 35,000) acres of land In Palm been "taken for a ride," and taken

his home as the result of an attackby Ucucli county by the Long Leaf from an automobile at the spot

five masked men several nights Lumber company] of York Florida, I,
where the tra'l'! of blood started.Tallahassee \.
ngo. In reporting the case the was announced here today. The a a a a ,

sheriff's office quoted Knowles assaying tract: was purchased from Percy --The case of JohnJ. -o\ .
i'giten! local wholesale lumber
his attackers accused him
:
Mendenhall, serving a life sentence Irk
of hiding Robert Hand < white, operator, and lies south of the' SI in the state prison for killinga );

sought for an alleged attack on a Lucid canal. Thlgpen purchased may be taken up again '
tho tract In October, 1928, from
small g'.rl.New \.
shortly by the state board of par
a a a a tha Land\ Company of Florida, a ---
dons It was learned today. Meu- --
subsIdiary of the Seaboard Air I
Fire of undeter-
Smyrna -
denhall was charged\ with the .
mined origin completely destroyed Line railway.a. slaying of two women in Plnellas I
a a a
Tanglewood Inn, ]local hostelry. F. .
I n Wright, owner of the property, Tallahasseei'rving: Worthy h \ ,

. witnessed the destruction from a negro/ convct! died at the Cliat I V 1

'j boat anchored in the Inlet] where tahoochee hospital from wounds t 1 1 f \ a.1 k.

he and his family had( been staying received when he is said to have -

The damage was not esti- attacked a road camp captain, the Jt.
,
mated.I' state prison bureau announced to- -- '

a day. Worthy, serving a 30-year

River Junction-Elsner Cross, Jo t.Henning. murder sentence from Palm Beach .

Oa., soldier, commltteed county, attacked the captain, J. P. "

suicide! here last] night by shoot-, Wade, with a shove] at a camp .

ing himself whllevl8ttliiB relativesat near Bay )Harbor.) Wade shot the Slot'at r IJ., \, :

Chattahoochee, near here. Cross, negro the bureau was advised. SunriseMa.y .
S a a aBradentonCircuit
.
,
who was on furlough, Is believedto '
have taken his life rather than 1 Judge D. J. ; I .\' ,. ---..' : '
h' --.i' ,
of : will conduct
Jones Chipley
,
return to his duties at Fort He lining. '
ti. arrived fcU !bail- "
a owner t ; '
The body has been sent to hearings; In the $3,000,000 Tampa MTM .. lh. naming to find .It was 1:1:

Live Oak, Fla., for burial.Tallahassee Inlerbay drainage: district suit, ac- "hoi" lo ruin by. fir. .! dawn f .

S a a a cording to announcement made by Suppcu that happened lo your tike .,t.I h !t I I1
-: County commis- opposing counsel] ]here] today. Judge; fliuh you'd nw..ur. your 1 IOM ......n.. I..... \ ,\\1
Jones was selected today, after the pOMibflily. of Inatfrquiilo. ....un..* ,
sioners cannot arbitrarily redistrict -or wonder. .if you bad. Iri your Incurnc *-
the jurisdiction of justices of counsel] had agreed upon the disqualification InpM even for a Blutf)* day. e

the peace if the re-dlstrlcting re- of Judge W. T. lIar- Li.t IM ......I your premie. ,ailvlM yea
sults in the abolishment of justice neon of Bradenton, one of whose fully, and kerp your protection up 4 Keep; Pace Witk ; ;
within the .. .
.
of the peace: offices, the state supreme relatives owns property proper margin! of your wit

rourt held today In deciding'the district. a a a J. R. DAVIS & CO. 61

case Qt J. .Conyers against f
DeFunlak Springs--Willie! Now- '
Ed- INSURANCE
the state upon too relation of
ward M. Conroy. ling, convicted by a circuit court STAUKE FLORIDA
:
a a jury here on manslaughter; In the PAN-AM :

Fort Myers! "near-hunting" I killing Aug. 16 of Deputy Sheriff \ :

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'in a plumbing shop) with a popgun

r
outset! but ]If a rifle shell la used UGSt .. CLEAN GASOLINE

.
(m the pop-gun it becomes still
.
more hazardous Little Dobby r i

Walker, son of the owner of the II

plumbing shop/ found it so whenhe Automotive progress is swift revolution 1
found a rifle shell pulled the'trlgjter"
t ary Yet PAN-AM keeps pace. ;
; and received face and .'

leg wounds. : Tested refining methods are constantly ;

S a a a \ improved. New oil fields! are developed I :

Orlando-A verdict of not guilty to obtain the pick of crudes. PAN-AM i
was returned in county court of
.
gasoline answers every demand of the '

criminal record' here for Dol11e motors of tomorrow. The great Sikorsky ,
\Mae LJnton, arraigned on a charge VS I
is the of PANAM
plane symbol
progress. i ii
of manslaughter in connectionwith
,
the killing of her brother, K 1 lE i Try this clean gasoline' Keep pace i 1

Paul Lazarus at Apopka last C with 1>>AN-Al\I.
JI! ,
June Lazaraus was killed by A '-_ lJ :

shotgun which Dollle Afae\ \ did not ..,--... ,,- '
PAN AMERICAN PETROLEUM CORPORATION .
know loaded she testified, i iam
was -Flies-Moegnhoe.-Bedbug.-Roacbea-Motl'a-Ants-leas / T" tN.AM I..Iwt..me/.ed ,
a a a a Waterbuga-Criel.eU and many other liuect hlMo.q.aas.lly. el lrnaa
on Uad or N.or In h. alb Of I
Gainesville Ford sport coupe ", riM far tJmeawmfl ho.ll.".UtCfrmxk 0 Co.Baltmmor,Jill.U Inf .< .... ._11 .r IIS olio 1
reported stolen by W. H. Senn of .. h.... C.-eI'. B _..._ '

509 south Arredonda street, was I J Nlot..d aawha.laus
,
recovered yesterday In Ocala] by

deputies from the" office of Sheriff I _____

Wells. ,Two boys found loiteringnear ....,.... ... ri:' -4 ---
t
the car brought to Gainesville! I I

by the deputies, where they are

being held by the ]local sheriff's I r'

offlce. The*car was stolen from

Hampton Beach Friday night, W. C. CLKMONH.:: Strke and Hell
S a a RETAIL hronn Springs l'I '
N. n. HUM, HUrko
Jacksonville Postponement 1*. J. COX, \\'orthln&tonJI.H +

of the Florida State Fair thin year : OAU.IGK, Starke <}. W. 1'1 I'UUI'4: Lake Butler
t DEALERS
until Jan 1 has been ordered by ,......._r..t.k. ..will Lip W70e.n<*...,t.2 f.cJCIa T. nOHIKrt: Kalfonl II. AM.EN, Lake IlutlrrI.AKH
the directors, but the more skeptical .....,_b r.-l rM '..*r-IQe.tof JO.....fUOO. II. T. DOWLINO, Italfvnl 11l; KVd: (MIIAUKLake (
are predicting that a ubdlvUlon wagd.rrd.w 0.-". Geneva, Florida '"

may spring.,up on the fair t

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AFTKIIMXKV; CARD: ('...en'I-'I Reports of chairmen of commit- J. H Hitch, Jr., Mrs. E L. Biggs! who have been Raised out of Adverse : splendid meeting Tuesday evening' ed after the program.

.:STI ltT.\IXlm teells. Mrs. R. J. Davis. Mrs. J. M. MItch- Conditions by Christ." I Sept. 24th, in the Masonic hall. Mrs, A J. Grim and MIHS Etl': ,. |

vacjU. & Report of nominating committee i ell, Mrs. N. Sternberg, Mrs. :P.\ F. Song, No. 9, The MorningLightI Attendance being good Guardian, Moore 'were reported 111:. j (Ii ll.,
Mrs. .1. C. Uoblnxon's home was I Stump Mrs. J. L. Peek, Mrs. I Breiiklng. grovo Is !n apleudld condition ami;,
decorated with red radiance roses, 1 Election of officers. Junlua Smith! Mrs J. W. Andrews, Scripture Lesson, Mark 1:45: ; Mrs. Vonda Inman in the chair plans are laid for active work fur i I,
when she entertained the After- Other business. Jr, Mrs. H. C. Wall Mrs. W. M. Calatluns 1.024.introdocton::: The Starke Winners, the degree the fall and winter.. II I

I). C. WILL MKKT noon Card club last Thursday Closing message: "A Plea for Wainwright, Mrs. B. S. Carrol, I : by leader. ttiiim( seated the officers In a very -. I
\\:1)NENIAY: Three tables were arranged for Deeper Consecration" Mrs N. II. Mrs. S. L. Peek Mrs. Paul Canova, 011'E'rlnJr.FIrst' impressive'manner' IIO.MH: ) 'l'0111Nt111.11': I

Mrs O. L. Beasley and Mrs. A. progressive auction bridge.; O'Kelley, divisional president. Mrs. Joe E. Wilson Mrs. W II. talk: Bunynn, The Product' Miss Katie Mary Williams, grad- I Long Branch cemetery Bumlm, I
Z Adklns will be hostesses to the After several progressions and Kennedy, Miss Hazel Middleton, of Ills I.'altb-Etholln White uated from Junior Circle. Japonica I October 13th, 1929. There hiv.
W T. Weeks Chapter, U. D. C., tho totaling of scores high prize, a ;M1SH KLOHKNCK: : AMMUOXVHHOXOItKI 1\1 Iso Harriet Hitch, Miss Second talk: William Booth No. 32 into the adult grove. Miss been an addition to the buildln :
Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 2nd, box of stationery, was presented to : Ruth Sternberg, Miss Hazel Hazel Adklns. Williams was given grand honors of much Importance incurring ;Ti;
at three-thirty, at the home of Mrs.-Nat Sternberg and second KIckllter. Miss Lucille\ Mitch Third talk: Samuel II. Hadley- and a hearty welcome into the heavy expense to.:wit: Huildinn\ ( \
Mr. and Mm. O. L. Beasley, on prize, holders in hand-painted con- A delightful Informal affair of ell and Miss Mary\ Canova; Lula Redgrave.. circle. :Much routine business was material, $103.00; labor $r>r (no( .
North Walnut street. The annual tainers, was presented to Mrs. K. Wednesday afternoon was a bridge Mrs. Jack Strtngfellow Mrs D. C. Song, Praise the Savior All Ye given attention. A committee was cleaning up cemetery, $70.(Hi. [t.,,
I election of officers will take placemat M. Johns announcement party given by Mrs.J. Jones, Miss Sarah Gaper and Miss Nations. appointed to purchase the necessary tal cast $228,00. Dinner on u.i.,.
,this meeting./ The president requests Playing cards with Mrs. Robinson R. Doring, Jr., of Gainesville, KatherIne Mixson of Gainesville; Epworth League Benediction paraphernalia for the grove ground. Everbody i Interetut t ,"i
each qfllcer to give a reportof were: Mrs. E. M. Johns, Mrs. at the Woman's Club of Sturke, Mrs. J. T. Moore, Mrs. G. W. and degree team The circle will should came or send and help u_
the past year's work H. C. Wall, Mrs. G. M. Inman. Mrs. honoring her sister, Miss Florence Brown, and lire George Roberta XYOODMKN: ; ri BCLI sponsor a silver tea on Oct. 10t F. pay the debt.
-. 'C. A. Knight:: Mrs. J. M. DavIs Andrews of Starke, whose mar- of Lawtey."f' '1, A splendid program will be plan- "Blest be the tie that bind ..
ISIKTIIDAY PARTY Mrs. N. Sternberg, Mrs O. L. Bens-; riage to Mr. Clifton Brown of Starke Grove, No. 278, held a'' nedand refreshments will be serv- J. L. Strickland pastm
ley, Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Mrs. L. D. Lawtey, will\ be an event of Oct. TWENTIETH: C.XTCItY'Ien _.
VIning, Mrs. W. M. WaInwright
17th, 1929.
Master Leonard P. Smith, Jr.?
celebrated the fifth anniversary of ; and Mrs Lenthall Wyman. Lovely pink roses intermingled Mr. and Mj-s.. G. M. Inman en-
his birth Thursday afternoon witha with fern and coral vine with the tertained the members of the In Gold Given Free
W. ;\. H. KMWTH: : OKKICKKS _
color motif of pink predominating, the
party, at the home of bis parents Twentieth Century Club at
Forty little folks were Invited were prettily arranged in the Woman's Club House last Thursday \\IIh every dollar purchase here S
Tho business and program meeting rooms where the guests < for the afternoon and numerous night. Yellow cannas were I
of the Baptist W. M. S. was bridge. 1 Naturtluy we will Rive one ticket! ,
games were played on the lawn used in decorating and tallies were
$2o50
under the direction of Miss Edna held at the church'' Monday afternoon Scores were kept on dainty tallies cosmos in fall colors. Prizes were <>n(titling holder to ono liance in 11
Stansbnry. with quite a Dumber presentIn and were passed to guests by received by Mr. N. Sternberg and
spite of the rainy weather' drawing to bo held Nat night ntO:8O. I ,
Miss Dora Manning and Miss Lena
S Rainbow colors were used for Mrs S. L. Peek for holding high
+, decoration, with varicolored flow- Mrs. Alderman conducted the de Hello Shepard after being greeted scores and also by Mr J. W. An- : IflU.no: In gold will be given (7 ""-I !
era and rainbow colored hats were votional. The new watchword for by Mrs. J. II. Boring/ Jr., Miss drews, Jr., and Mrs. E. L. B'gs! l-'HliK: to the lucky winner. Itiiy / ( "
tho is Forth the
given as favors Ice cream and year Holding Florence Andrews and Mrs. JV.. who held low. _
cake were served to the little Word of Lle. Andrews, Jr. Presiding at the A salad course was served to jour HnliiitLiy RMM-ICIhtf: ht.rt.'I i T iSTE'c
guests at the end of a delightful The topic" for the month is, punch bowl were' Miss Annie Mae the guests who were: Dr. and Mrs. You nan)' be the winner! '
afternoon. /Woman's Responsibility In the Pearce and Miss EloIse Hitch, E. L. Biggs, Mr. and ]Mr J. W.
c ti -. New World" Mrs. 0. C. White while Miss Louise Peek and Miss! Andrews, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. O. L.
t61 Sl'OXKOHH N.\Mii: > FOIl gave a most Interesting talk on'the Lelia Dea Andrews ushered the Beasley, Mr. and Mrs N. Stern- WINNER MUST BE PRESENT

fit FOOTBALL OAMK; IX TAMPA topic. players to their appointed placesat berg,. Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump
After several items of businesshad the card tables.Following I Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Saul, Mr. and
'i= ,, Mrs. Anex Heeves and Miss Helen been disposed of, the nominating four progressions of Mrs. S. L. Peek and Mr. J. J. SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY-SATURDAY. SEFL2L& 28
Riddle of Tampa, will be sponsors committee made their report bridge, prizes were awarded' to I Truby.
tl for V. M. I., at the University rand the following officers were Mrs. A. Z. Adkins holder of high I ttitiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiifiiuntiiiiiMM, /! i"!" ,I1,1111illlillhl'III i '"' '''iiy "1i1111111111111111111,111111111'i' ', I", III i "n" n,,i''"-tali'll till hl,' ," ,, -f Ji iij;';,Wii, ilil JliZ-----; ,I

i, of Florida-V. M. I. football game unanimously elected: score, Mrs. E. L. Qiggs! holder of C. I':. NEWS: / Maxwell House Coffee '
there October 5. They will occupy President' Mrs. 0. P. Raymond.1st second score and Miss Lena Belle Cream CheeseIk3Qc
the sponsors' benches with Miss vice-president, Mrs. 0V. Shopard, low scorer. The honoreewas The topic: for the Sunday night 1 .46c,31k -
1.38
Alderman. luncheon will be "How Can the Young Peo- > t
Lupe Velez' star of "Hell Harbor, presented with a lovely .
on location there, and Mrs. Dale 2nd vice-president, Mrs. J. M. set as a memento of the oc- ple's Organizations in our Church OCTAGON SOAP POWDER
Van Slckel, wife of the University Brownlee. casion. Work Together?" Miss Lena E. .
1 of Florida's "All-American" football Secretary' Mrs. .J. II. Lord. Tempting salad course wai served Smith, our field representative \White Bacon Ik 19cPicnic 4 for -17c ,
Treasurer, Mrs II. L. Drown- -
If If'i'i player, who will be sponsors the guests, at which time clev- 'will be with us at this hour. Miss ,
for Florida. lee. erly hidden between two heart Lucile Mitchell will\ be In chargeof .
i ]Mrs. Van Sickel will be escortedto Cor. Secretary Mrs. O. C. White. shaped sandwiches tied with white the program.A GRITS or W. (;. MEAL
the sponsors' bench by Hilly Mrs. Itaymond thanked the So- ribbon, was a slip of paper bearingthe district rally will be held at Hams Ik23c '
Duckwall president of the university ciety for the honor conferred upon announcement ,Piney and Interlacheii Sunday Sept. 29, at 63k. 22c
i student body, and Miss Ve- her !in electing her president. Clifton, Oct. 17, 1929." 3:30.: All Christian Endeavors
lea, the little Mexican star, will Mrs. Darby, In her usual manner The players and tea guests for are Invited to attend. Selt-Rising Flour
have as her escort either of her presented Mrs. ,Alderman' retiring this pleasant affair were: Mrs. A. CUTLER'S PEACHES
two directors Henry King or Lew president with a small gift Z. Adkins, Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mrs. SENIOR LiAciui: IMUXJHAM 6 lbs. 23c ,-
t King.Tampa Tribune,' Sept. 24. from the society, In appreciation of E. M. Johns, Mrs. C. A. Knight:: FOIl HKl'TICMIIKIl; a TH Can 23cIANDY
her earnest work and untiring zeal Mrs. J. E. Corpening, Mrs. J. C. 21/? r r S
UKL'TIFCI RKCITAI.: In the two years that she has been Robinson, Mrs. II. V. Knight: Mrs. Kate Struth, leader. 12 Ik241k OIl r r 1J5 1.i
our president.The Subject: "Great Personalities!
1 )'nJu.\YVRSIS.O: _ .
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society will observe the n 85c MATCHES .
week of - -
for
The recital' given by Miss Hazel prayer missions next
Middleton, Friday evening, at theWoman's week with three services, Mondayand 2fer----- 15c
Radios -
a a'' success Club from building every, was stand-a decided Tuesday evening.afternoons+ and Wednesday Crosby RICE, 5 lbs.t 30c

point. 3 Minute Oat Flakes
MIlls Middleton has studied 1\'. M. V. ANNUAL KEYING:
expression u
\ at the Florida State College / 3for 27c
for Women, and Is not only a : New River .Association to beheld 4StringBrooms39c r r r, r -

'!I well trained reader but also de- at Corinth churclf, Saturday, a --.J... .: \
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October 5th, lOa. m. 1' ;1, I UI''" 1,1 -Jt; ;; "
[lfIII'cldedly gifted In tho nryqf expres- =1 ,IA,
I Program follows:
Each
; number given was received -
,
I with rounds of hearty applause Morning: Song, "The Kingdomis
"
I by the audience who were coming.
delighted to hear this talented Watchword: "Holding Forth
', ; Starke girl. the Word of'Life." Phil. 2:18.: E-p--- 1 :
A pleasing feature of the evening Devotional: Mrs Geo. C. White Fr "STORES ALL OVER FLORIDA" _

a ( was the fine instrumental and Greetings: Mrs. Beulah Kelley m : ,;' i!; ; ..
Response: Mrs W. J. Epperson,
voice numbers; among those who
:! _
associational o
president.Recognition
; d; sang were: Mrs. J. R. Boring Jr.,
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t of Gainesville! 'Mrs. A. Z. Adklus of visitors.!
and Mr. Wesley Stearns. Miss Alice Appointment of committees. .
i Fernandez violin, and Miss Isabel' Report of Association superintendents .n. -

+ Fernandez, piano; effectively presented N .
two charming numbers. Report of Association! secre ow"I. 1868' 1929
1 Junior and senior high school girls tary.
r +' In costume, gave several taking Young People's Session.. is the time for you to buy that Crosley
: choruses.The .. Recognition of W. M. S. Presl- Radio '
dente. you have been wanting so l long.
evening's entertainment s ,
was .
under the Hymn: "I Need Thee Every ;J "-
supervision of Mrs. R. A.
1 Weeks, and the proceeds!: $29.20, Hour." Jones--- I
were given for the local work of Inspirational address:'Mrs. Robinson I
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the Methodist church The Society Recess. for demonstration. .."' ,
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iIt.11- sIPTEJIREiI" : : 27. -1020---- -----_- -_- _________ h _u_ ____ _h_______ _ ___ _mn.\D'i'ORD__ -COUNTY- --- TEUmR\l. .ST.\RI\E, 'I.ORln.\ .. PICt; ;: FIVEimazing -----:--
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I tored to "iaincftville( Saturday tcvNU piirvnlMr and Mrs H M MoRao 1\Idtul'' Thurndu aft ernooh. Mrs H. M McIUo and little "

relailvi-8" Miss!) Lottie Edwards of Starke. daughter/ wer- guests: at Mr. und ;: f.1,1,
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Mrs. U M McRao\ called to "spent the week-end with Misses\ "
was 1'i
i Mrs M. E. MeUae'B Monday night. .; //1
rJ Bits orJ Wo have larknonvllln Sunday afternoon on Edna and Thelma Lewis ,. ,'
following freak needs
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: i Mr. and Mrs. Newn Mott of Hell- t.,
account of the sudden death of Air Fate Brown of Sampson ; '
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turnip rutabagas, mustard,, cab i Mr. 11. I Kersey: which occurred City attended church-\ here Sunday. bronn Spring, were visiting Mr. n

bage, beets, lettuce radish, carrots -: Sunday morning at 2 o'clock and :Miss Mattie Norman and brother and Mrs. }J. K. Lewis Sunday r ::!f .'

)cal: Nevs onions rollards also onloi; '' was laid to rest at Oak Grove cem- Russell and( Miss Verda Harn- Miss\ Muriel and Rachel Silcox tit." .)':.
!sets. J. F. Klckliter.! tt' '
etery h11aler( county Monday af age all of Wateroak attended( of Starke spent Saturday n'.gbt' ;''" /1''
ternoon. church\ here Sunday( with miss Jennie Crosby ..i'n
Mr. and Mrs. N. T. Mlrov\ ,,
and
Tames Concerning Our People, Business and : Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman of Misses Roberta and Edith Con- Mr. I). L. Ward and two little 1 "1'"
their five old have nrrlv
Progress of the County and Town. ed from Berkeley year lion Calif. Mr. Ml\ Wateroak, were visiting Mr. and ner and Mr. Felix Supp of Water- daughters; !), of Lake Butler, passed .ye">; .1p.'
Mrs. O. Cr> Crosby Sunday.Mr. oak section attended church here ( I through this section one day last !t:
rov has accepted a position as as
and .: ,
Mrs. Strickland of Saturday night.; .I
sistant Bilvicultiirlst on the slat week.Mr. '
-- S2S2! r, y rSrSrS]S7S7r.JSaS Jacksonville attended church here Mr. and Mrs. Walter Underhill \ Russell McRae of Starke,
of
the Government Forest Expert'ment *
Sunday. and daughter Hazel, were visiting motored this section Tuesday.Mrs. .
Jo
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Merchandise lion A. I). Andrews of Ralforl cUlt court In Union! county, In Station. Prior to his comIng Mrs. )
was T. A
Class Crawford Jacksonville
rst o 111 Gainesville Saturday. : T. N. Norman, Mrs. B. M,
was visiting here Wednesday.Mrs. I' to Starko Mr. Mlruv had been
meet Mail Ordet Starke Wednesday.Dr. ,: Is visiting her daughter Mrs. Messrs. Ben Roberts. Herbert McRae and Miss\ Iris McRae were I
iced to assigned! to turpentlng experimental -
Jeff Lewis. Kersey. and Enoch Keen of Jacksonville visitors: at the home of Mr. and :
H. C. visItor I work In California and is tanr i .
. Wlmberly was a -
Chain Store Corn petile. and Mrs. O. L. Haynes / Inl, Mr. and Mrs. John CJlemons; of motored to this section Mrs. V. B. Wheeler .Starke. Sat-
( here from Highland Monday. span (liar with naval stores work Hellbroun AI.I
wero visitors! at H. Sunday. urday afternoon. ,
/. Sunday In St. Augustine .with Mr' : Russia where he did his /first work
Mr. Fate Matthews of Alachuawas and Mrs. Haynes Grant. : after graduating: from a Russie! '
dies Felts in a wide va a visitor to Starke Tuesday. forest school. [r ,' L'Z L 7 1 i. ,' \ R :fl; Fi2P 'i25252.2 '5

ty of shades and styles; Mrs. J. 11. Moore and Mrs. W. M .l
Miss Mildred\ Gill Suildaylu No anxiety. No more dan
spent more
$1 98 Jacksonville :visitors Edwards here of Lawtey Monday.were business ger. No more doubt. Hue FLY- it.G 27thi28ihi I

. TOX, then you may be sure your SPECIALS SEPT ,
. Mr. fL, H. 11111 of Lawtey was t a Mrs. Hafe Johns of Lake Duller garments will retain their original G :
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iron
here
business visitor Tuesday. beauty and perfectionfiee :
was visiting her parents, Mr.\ and
\dies Dresses; the very I Mrs.\ W. II. Green here Tuesday.Mr. ravages of moths. FLY-TOX kills.: G s r S2szs s s s s s 5 s s s 5 S 5 5 S7S7S7S72S7SaSaS 4 S7Sa47 7 2ZSZ r5s2sa55 1
latest Cabbage plants early varieties moths!!, eggs, larvae. Spray thoroughly

J. F. Kickliter. .. 9-27-tf \ and Mrs. M. I). Humgnrnei blankets, carpets nips,. National Biscuit Four Kinds g i

$$4.95, $6.95, M'sn! Iva Boyd returned\ to Gainesville and Miss Myrtle Saturday Reddish were In rlothliik'SIST on, furs FLY-TOX.and woolens.FLY-TOX IN I is FANCY COOKIES Pound Bag 30c

Johnstown after spending t the weekend the Scientific Insecticide developed ,
with Miss Edna Stansbury at Mellon Institute of Industrial! .
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Mrs. M. I) Bumgarner and Airs i.i
$11.95 Research by Rex Research Fellow-
r. J. Reddish were visitors tc Medium Ii'alcrgroind'
Miss Sunshine Hundley was the+ ship. Simple Instruction on each &
--- week-end guest of Miss Hazel Uu- Hampton Tuesday. bottle for killing ALL household

\dies Coats-fur trim dehill.JMr. Miss Nixie Johnson of HobokenGa. Inserts. FLY-TOX is safe, stainless GRITS or MEAL6;:; :! Pounds, 23c

r.cd, priced from --- ., was visiting friends here Has perfume-like fragrance\
and Mrs. 0. E. Stansbury i Every bottle guaranteedAdv.(
and daughter, Edna, were in Wednesday.Mr. I

$$6.95upUen's Gainesville Saturday. I -A. B. ncy of Brooker \\ILLI.\M: II. KKItSKV: : Green Cabbage Extra Compound Lard

was! attending to business lit Special
Mr.\ : William(((( Duncan of Gainesville Jacksonville, Septe. 22.---William -

\ Felt Hats, all spent the week-end here with Starke Tuesday.Mr. ( 41. Kersey, 41, Lake Shore RJ Pound r r 5c 2 pounds25c

shades his mother, Mrs. A. n. Wall. and Mrs. A. O. Andreu and Drive, died at his residence each G
yesterday morn'.llg after a brief '
daughter Thelma, were In Gainesville -- 1 Can Cleanser '-T
Mrs.\ Charley Johns of Baldwin illness MrKersey was n native '
$$2.50to$6 was visiting Mrs. J. Jot Corpening Sunday. of Baker county, coming to Jacksonville SilierskinLT1& Mot: Super Suds Welch's r +
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here Monday. Mrs.\ J. II. Boring, Jr.?:'of Gainesville from there sixteen years' 2 Octagon Soap c;

-- -- spent several days here thin ago. He had a wide circle ol, ONIONS 2 Octagon Powders G I d g t' '
en's Dress Shirts all Congressman U. A. Green was week. friends In this city, who will be I}: rape a e
in Madison Friday night, speaking .. grieved to learn of his death. Besides 1 Argo Starch ,+ ,
guaranteed fast colorslto$1.95 at a press association gathering.Rye &1" hIs b l'cl"7'r". '.. sur-
Mr. and Mrs. V t Jones
of Gainesville were D9 ri'Sl tlarke Wednesday vided by three daughters; Doris,, 2pounds--- Me Value Pound Jar 23c
$$1 rate and oat seed. J. F. Louise and Myrtle Kersey all at c

,Klckliter. 9-27-tf. -- hornet two sons, Herbert and Leroy Ig ---- All Above f for GG
Kersey, also at home; three
Mr.\ and 1Irs.V.. C. Davis and
Men's Suits the Mr.\ Frank Mitchell of Gainesville son, Rosser, of Wllllston, wero\ visiting asters Mrs. Nancy Keen of lIe G I Iceberg Lettuce Fancy Lemons
ming spent theweekend here with Mi. and Mrs. J. M. Davis Leon Springs> Mrs. N. M.\ Bradleyof 8 :
\\ry latest with two pairof 'hi* cousin, :Miss. Luclllo" Mitchell. Sunday.Dr. Lawfey, and Mrs E. E. Yar- 34c

..-'-- brough of tills" city and one brother
trousers 15
Col. I). K Knight spent last! .Friday W. E. MIddleton has recent RIley Kersey, also of t this city G 2 for - 25c Dozen - 40c cG B
In Palatka on professional for the Funeral" services will be held at ( '
ly been appointed
surgeon
$25 business / Seaboard Air Line Railroad In 'this tho graveside In Oak Grove cemetery .:. I B rG
Baker county, at 11 o'clockth's '
-.-- Mr. J. Frank Carpenter and Mr.J. district, morning, the Hev.V.. R. Hho- Van Camp's Milk i{ Osceola I Tomatoes R g gg

\\ngham/ Outings, Scrim J. Truby were in Jacksonville Mrs. F. H. Johns moved to den, pastor of the Primitive hap D C

and Cretonnes from Sunday.Mr. Gainesville last week to be with' LUt church, Maccleny! offlcjntlns,:. j '
the 3 Tall Cans 25c 3 Medium Cans 28c
and Mrs. C. A. Knight: mo- her husband and her daughter Suafihole Arrangements funeral are parlors.directed by g[ - g '
:Mrs. II. V. Turner. cJ rtl
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tOea Gainesville Monday for
yd. tofed to -
up afternoon. -- --- JiRN.: hrRbS.STT: Pure Cane
tho a
Mrs. Katie: Davis, of Jacksonville

jA! Rayon Bloomers inl Mi', and Mrs.\ J. R. Patch of De- 'friends?. was here'a and recent: also at visitor Klngsley to Many friend. are mourning the SUGARGranulated.:: - -10 pounds, 56c I t.,
Land have been recent guests of death ot Mrs. L.. D. Prevalt, wife f
\\l l colors of the rainbow Mi1\ and Mrs. II. L. Hro nlee. Lake. of L.. D. Prevatt, who was laidto 1 m.\b\

-- Dr. :James Chase arrived sun-; rest September) 15th, Sunday Salad Bowl Washburn 1'l7ncalccDssing

59c 89c $1.00 Mrs. S. F. Hamrlck returned day from California and is visitinghis \ i iI morn'ng Deadon cemetery near

| from North Carolina this week to I son-in-law and daughter, Mr.and : Brooker, at tl\e\ deceased's! request.. Pint Jar 25c Flour Package -1 lOc
open her kindergarten clans. Mrs. J. C. Hoover TAo deceased's maiden name ; - I
of
was Rachel Crosby daughter
lies( Shoes Patents, Col. and Mrs. J. L.. Frazee have Judge F. A, Sweezy returned Mr. and Mrs. Richard Crosby, who \
\\lvcts and fen-all nifty I returned from a short stay at Atlantic from New York City Monday live near Brnoker. In addition to pie Cooking YorkApples : A Good Grade 'R

Beach i i.Mrs. where he has been-spending several tho husband, there are left to N
Styles brother, P, A 4 25c RICE 4 25t I
weeks with relatives.Mr. I mourn her loss a f pounds I pounds - ;
moved into nine children ,
Pearl Snyder II I Crosby of Brooker and y J
3.50 her home on Cherry street this and Mrs. R. J, Davis.and : six eon and three daugh 'r525252525'u 252,'ZSZ G! .
week. daughters, Ida Lulu and Marjorie, ters. The daughters are Mrs. I i
Viola Thomas of Brooker, Mrs. AlIce 5lifl|
have returned from a vacation
I/JG/ famous "Bell Brand"oys' Mr. ;v-: T. Turner was a btilsn&ss spent In St. Augustine.Miss Davis of Gainesville, Mrs.\ Anna
visitor' from New River, Wednes Youngblood of Waldo, Mrs. Ada 0 SThPE I
Shirts, white and day.. \ Shirley and Mr. William Ennis of Trlbly, Mrs. Ida Yarborough 1 I

colors Struth of Jacksonville, are visiting o{ Graham and Mrs.. rime I' 1
Mrs. T. S. Hewke has as guests and Mrs. Jackson of High( .Springs. The sons
Mr.
their grandparents <;? _'i2..<2.'i2'i '
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$1.00 'this week Mr. and Mrs.'J. F. Tal- W. II. Struth. are R. R, Prevatt of Starke Morgan j5a52525aSara5a5Z55535B557l" J1; M
madge of Pluecastle. Prevatt of High Springs,. and 25 Z, TS;;t5ms! >t,!!; ; .,

Mr.\ and Mrs. Phillip Maguire Willie Prevatt of Gainesville. '
--- Mr. S. T. Dowling, clerk of clrpT I have announced the birth! of a ba-, There also survive forty-seven Inverness Orange' hotel build t P!1t1rot\\ ctmCIQIDClmmroolrxfamC''lWmtJtlCWJIJUJOQtlt'lmt1lCOOl'O'Ii(! < ? < / : { : :: ( [ : ( l1 D' '

g/iiy.v Poinlex Hose-the by girl on Monday. She has been grandchildren and great grand to b(J enlarged and Improved, II IInK' I i

[leading silk hose of named Sue Darby. children.
America A WORD The officiating minister; at the ,
Mr. Fred Carlton has returned( funeral was Rev. C. II. Taylor of

from, a three weeks vacation the Hampton Baptist church. Say it with Flowers IIJI
fl.50 1651.95 COLUMNFOR In several JII &__rI
which he spent visiting ,,.,
i northern states. IHHHII: : : TIJAM IIONOUMII Flowers For All etfr Ms.'ny C 11r
RENT Furnished( apart 1 t
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J, F. Klckliter, Starke 2- Winners degree Occasions I
ment.
The Starke
line tailor made suit I' Mr. and Mrs. P. M, Barefoot and
16-tf. daughter) and Mr1l Frances Parker team of Grove No. 278, Woodmen -
ode to your measure for honored by the Woodmen '
in Circle were
with relatives
3KNAMENTAL) PLOTS for flowers spent Sunday Gertrude Godbey I I / !
only and Lake City. of the 'World by being naked >> I Ir It It
planting laid out by II. E. Lag- Sanderson >> I /I I
It* to demonstrate the team work, and Anderson i+
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$25 ergren. Mrs. I. D. McCormick, and son, seat the Woodmen omcers at their -

FOR SALE Missionary straw- R. S., and Mr. M. Echard: of Jacksonville regular; meeting held at, the W. O. Phone 89 Waldo, Fla.
W. Hall Friday night September I
ground. have been recent guestsof
berry plants from nw 1
ReadY latter part of August. JC. Mr. and MrsG.. M. Slstrunk. 20th.Our _d'U .. % t
e are headquarters for: Letsch, Starke. 8-16-tf. degree team was very happy /
'ARNER Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hough of to have the honor and privilege }
CORSETS & FOR SALE OR THAPE-For Graham have announced have announced of assisting our Woodmen, and can \aiaaBiniaauiasaaBmaxfaaaBaKaaiaiiaCOFFINS >t> I

BRASSIERES roadster or coupe a special light the birth of a baby girl assure them of co-operation at all & CASKETS / t?

Nix POINTEX HOSIERY si* Studebaker. 'Apply. this of- Wednesday, Sept. 21, times the, many as we beautiful are not favors unmindfulof that sad a Full Ua of 2 J'29
9-20--
fice. Woodmen of our town, or rather I
Mrs. Dale Van Sickel of Gainesville the
KROW SHIRTS AND FOR SALE 100,000 Missionary was visiting her parents,, Mr. of the Starke camp have rendered -' Undertakers' Supplies : Aladdin Died 800 A. D.

UNDERWEAR strawbery plants J2.00 per 1000.II. and Mrs.. W" J. Epperson, here this our circle.. AUTOMOBILE nEAESBAlwmn

H. Thomas, Holllster Fla. week .. hint TW UMtentl ......- I 1

ARX Made CLOTHES 9'272t'rOR Mr. -and Mrs. L. E. Dowling and .NN.N.N. .N.N.N.N.t I, U t\..........to.. leI..rI*.n..kBJCCMTBBKO 8-'e'_.F Just Milting and waiting for an Aladdin's lamp to pi

tfNSlNGWEAR' UNDERWEAR SALE Missionary! strawberry Mrs. Mao Jones of) Stuart, are : Rising J : EILBALMXB bring you the fulfillment of your dreams of riches:

plants, extra fine $2.25 guests; of Dr. and IlrsV.. E. Mld Miss Iris Mcltae, Cor. DEWITT C. JONES '
)" is inconsistent with 1929. There are other ways of
PETER'S SHOES per 1000 and you dig them. dleton. //aN.N.N++++.*+.++.+N I STAREE. FLA. Q Qmw
Chas. C. Smith P. O. Box 124, u gaining happiness, leisure and wealth today.
NDICOTT JOHNSON Waldo, Fla. 9-20-21 "Mr. and Mrs M. D. Bumgarner, Mr. and Mrs J. W. McRae of ''glRfi RUJ' IIL'f IDt 1
Miss Myrtle Reddish and C. K. MI- Lulu spent the week-end with his I
SHOES 9 9d
In Saving is 1929's Way
afternoon
Sunday
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L. DOUGLAS SHOES black spots on back and shoulders head-, Jacksonville. - 1 percent. compounded quarterly will work no '
white
''VERWEAR HOSIERY brown and
split In right ear, named Spot Preaching service In the Baptist Hardware and Furniture II miracles but it will bring you a considerablesum
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:. SCHOLL'S FOOTAPPLIANCES Suitable reward for capture or church morning only. There
be luxuries Aladdin dreamed
to spent on never
In the eve- and Caskets i
whereabouts of same. H, M. will be no preaching Coffins

Wasdin, Graham. It, ning. Atwater Kent Radios Ii

It Pays to Buy At NOTICE:-Through error In checkIng Mr. and Mrs. N. Sternberg and And Radio Supplies I of.Bradford
traveling bag bearing name Misses! Ruth Sternberg. Eitelle County Bank
left with passen- Davis and Miriam and Rosalind
of Hilton was I I It l
Hardware & II ,
GainesHUe Sunday
ger In Starke three weeks ago Jacobs were In
In place of bag marked "11. C. afternoon. Bradford County's Financial Stronghold r

M.. Jax." This bat Is being Furniture Co. j
ternberg'sI held for exchange at, Blue Bus Mr. and Mr. Walwt..1nderhll1and II 1 STARKE, FLA.

Line 718 Houston St., Jackson children accompanied by their f s
I ville. It* guest; lUlu Sunshine,Hundley mo r-- _ 3BHna>ninaBaHBaHBgittiH i I

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TO COXTHOI DOLL WKKYII.caln : : I I I LET I.IK TO PHKVKNT; will insure a constantfuture sup- hundred Blue aim let
HINTS TO HOVHKWIVK8 II. | J.OSH 01 PLANT YOU ply of fpnro pouts poles, piling, Stations In this .I'.I\ .n1i! ,
Farmers & FarmingBy ; 'HVlllf>. Fla The most cf- I. I II and paper pulp, as well as materialfor I through whom II "!l11WocoPep ,
rertlvo blow to the boll weevil can I Weekly from Homo n"mm'Mtr'lI| Gainesville Fla.Studies on thai boxes, crates arid hampers for Motm i i ',Ibul
t I : 'IB dealt right now by farmers If I tloii "specialists. TitllahaHHftt j decomposition of green manure the shipment: of the citrus fruits 100) percent HUI' i i ,stet| |

( Agricultural" Kdltor) I they will immed'utely destroy all I II ) crops, conducted by the chemistry and garden truck of that region.A Motor Oil and Ptn.,i t'an
ottoti stalks from Oils year's crop, department of the Florida Experiment spel'lllllrlze of a trip to the line. tat'',
I Tl(<' NclHMiI Lunch
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-- -- - -- I 'ays Kdgar; F. Grossman, ot the Station, indicate that citrus National Congress of Future .....

Farmers and Truckers Are Invited to Contribute Articles Florida Experiment Station. A number of reclpoa are given growers 'should make a greater Farmers of America at Kansas .NOTN I
and FoundTo If farmers are to continue raising I use of the mower and a lesser use City baa been provided for that. To restaurants, i I",,,
of Farm Experiences .Methods with the idea of thcir,being used '11
cotton profitably, they will of the plow.In boy In the state who ranks highest wick stands or i ii'.1 i .
Be Best Suited to Our Country find: that they must ftgllt'the boll particularly for the lunch of the these tests, decomposition In his. forestry classes and field boarding' houses. ,

______________________,,-=: -. -- -- -- .1 weevil at every opportunity. Destruction school boy or girl. However, there took place rapidly when the green work. At ninny fcuhoolR special i I'"I'
:0'J of stalks In the fall deprives is no reason why they cannot ba manure crop has moved and plowed cash prizes of $J f0 have been offered and apartment hon
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JJXPKUIMKXT; : : STATION" the weevil of much food used for other purpose.\ under to a depth of four to six by local. property owners to A 14 persons. fm. >" ,'""
-i H\VH si'KAY T///(1NTBOL I and thereby sends. him to winter Inches. )Especially in deep sand, 'the boy ratlng highest In the workin I, lunches or opi-i.r, : ?"
Raisin, ('likes I"
/HXVKKT; POTATO'IIirKKI.Y:" HOW to nuarters early and hungry.It I Cup the decomposition released nitrates that particular school. board'ng: house i. ,
I Use 2 cupfuls of seedless raisins -
the rains, continue It wall: be -plant food-so rapidly tU
Gainesville. Fla.-Growers ort I F" RaisePoultry especially Important .to 'delit roy 2 cupfuls" of water, 1 1-2 cup- that much of them was lost by decomposition tVO('O.I'El': HAIJIH: TKUitiToiiv or apartment hQu. "',
i fuls of and 2 I 'to file a descriptK,..,. ,
tablespoonfuls
sweet potatoes, are you troubled the stalks, as they will stay green sugar before the trees were NOW INl'Lt'111:41.44TEILS : .I'!
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s by the sweet potato whitefly? If ', longer. As long as there is green of. shortening. I able to utilize them. Where the : VIIMJ1.MAReports of their business' t,
Professor the stalks they fur- Boll the above Ingredient together I mowed and left state inspection lie. i ,
you are, here Is news for you. foliage on are cover crop was on ,I.
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J. H. Watson, entomologist By; Dr.L. D. LeOear V. S. nishing weevils with !ideal head- for a few minutes, let cool top of the ground decompositiontook reaching this section hotel commission.,r I '..
Station, $t.Louts, Mo. Weevils that Into hibernation and add 1 teaspoonful of clnna- more and bet- Those "who slunk! i ,
of the Florida Experiment: fl..LeQaris.5r.dnat.artheOnmrloVaarlnary !nunrters. go place slowly a state that arrangements have recently '
has Issued a remedy for the control : Coops. IJWJ. Tl4rtT- strong!!: and vlrgoroua are non, 1-2 taapoonful of ,nutmeg, 1-3' ter use of the released nitrates was been completed whereby the neglect to pay HUIII: of these destructive Insects. of Tear llvtt of wrarliury lock and practice poultry on Eminent CUMIM much more likely to emerge than teaspoonful of cloves, 1 teaspoonful obtained. service stations and authorized before October 1 tutor \ t1
the Insect mnd atnclt those which forced In. by lack of soda, 1-2 teaspoonful of of the chief the first day thcuess \ ",
What he has to say ahput Nadonalr: :'' poultry r lilng are Since one objects dealers of South Atlantic Oil Company hu
I known poultry brooder baking powder] I cupful of chopped "shall be guru'"
remedy follows: of food early in the fall. growing manure lat
7 and its Noted.author nd lecturer green crops of Norfolk Vlrifln'a have become I ?
nuts, 3 cupfuls of flour. Bake. demeanor", and "tin- I
whitefly Iso -C- supply'alldltlonat' food to
b "The sweet potato () plant u part of the over 4500 I ser- [?rJ(
present In destructive numbers every -'-Article XXXI -- WIU'K FARM PIIOOUAM In greased muirin pans In' a mod*. the trees, it would seem from these vice stations serving: Woco-Pep fifty percent pennii dd
year Jn a few sections of Florida r erate. oven. preliminary tests that simply mow- Motor Fuel, Tlolene Motor 011 and to the license fee un 11'1\\
mostly In the southern coun I.. T'S TALK TCKKIJY; talks HroHii Ilii'iul Siindwloh PUling Ing the cover crop and letting It Purol Qasollno in Georgia! Alabama In fifteen days afii-i. l dl
Following is a list\ of farm
ties. to be broadcast from WRUF for Use 1-2,, cupful of cream cheese lie results in a better utilization i Florida, North and South Make application for i '0

"This Insect\ is not the same as Popular Opinion Vastly Overestimates the week ending October 4. The i 1-2 cupful of chopped pecan meats, of the plant, food, especially on I Carolina, and Mississippi. The ad- DEN II ,is
the one commonly found on citrus, _. the Difficulties' of Turkey farm program I is given from 1 to I and 1-2 cupful of shredded. canned sandy soils,-says Dr. R. M. liorn- ditloh of these nations makes a Hotel i 11:
although they are closely related ifalginK" A Cirnit O|.|M>rt unity 1:30: p. m. Eastern Standard time. ,'.or fresh pineapple. ette, associate chemist, who had total of over 1500 service-stations 9-20-21 Tall, F
and work In the same manner; for Profits ItclitK Owi'lk<*i] by The wave length Js 204 meters. Work the cream cheese- with a charge of the experiments. added to the huge network dispensing ',
Encouraging
f.e.. by sucking the juices of the i'ui-Hu-rs unil Poultry Iixlsere.Nobody Sept. 28 Agricultural news fork until It is: soft. Then add the -. I these products In the South- repn'". II, (
agricultural departnn
; leaves and giving off a honey dew t hour. chopped pecan meats and shredded( FOKKSTKV IV .:UH'l'ITCIt.U.S1I00U4 east since the first of the year. board .. It,
plant come i I.> I .
Ill in which the sooty mold )Jgrows. pineapple. Mix thoroughly. Cut made In state- 'lt
I knows who started that Sept. 30-County gents go to This wan public a this week and they ,,
.1\ ,
pj'' Infested leaves turn yellow, wither figure of speech, "talking turkey," School for 'eek.-A.. P. Suencer, thin slices of brown bread and but- ment by Mr. T. N. J\ bury, vlce- ward a good, citrus:
and die."When to indicate getting down to essen- vice-director. Agricultural ExtensIon ter halt of the slices.. Spread( the Forestry Is to be Included in the president( of the Seaboard 011 Company many shipping! r> i t
t old, nearly mature fields tials, or "down to brass tacks" as Division remaining slices with ('ream-I:' eese curriculum of the agriculturalwork distributors In this section down. The ,

are attacked, spraying hardly irnys. many people say. Whoever startedit. Oct. 1 enlarged Work of the mlxttiro and form sandwiches? of the high schools of Florida of these popular Pure 011 pro be and sprnylm thl ,
best In such a case is to :Mock. 111111''u':\ or SandulchFilling. stopped pin I p p.
m The plan ,
to Mr. Asbury,
. It is certalnlly an apl'ropl'lutephrllse State Marketing Bureau-L. M.U according: to an announcement ducts.cl'orlilng gram will be good i '
11 dig the crop: at once. But when to use in d'scusslng! the ho iles, commissioner.: made here today by Mr. J. F. Williams there has been u growing demand travelling public T1-, t I'
the vines are young and small, Use 4 quarts of green tomatoes "i ii!y(
but relatively of motorists of
exceptionally profitable Oct. 2-What the Experiment supervisor agricultural .Woco-Pep among baggage will coot inn, < "u ,
spraying should be resorted to; neglected industry of turkey Station Has Learned About Vetch (ground) 3 oranges! and 2 lem- education in the high schools of eastern Virginia who had used It ripens tin dlt
with ,01
otherwise the crop may'be a total raising.! Here Is a business In'' and Austrian Peas--W. E. Stokes, ons (or :2 pints of ground kum- the state. In their cars whllo on tours !in tectlon crop for other state"' Ip i p.

) loss. which the demand has always exceeded agronomist. quats), 1 pint of cocoanut, 2 The forestry course, according other Southeastern states, and ., .

I "Perhaps the most satisfactory the supply and yet, ever Oct. 3-How Florida Club Girls I pounds of seeded raisins poundof to Mr. Williams, Is being put on when It w4; introduced there, the The first all talknn ;' lure-
1 and cheapest spray is a solution of since 1890 the supply has been and Women Repaired Storm Dam- seedless raisins 1 glass of jellyor In co-operation with the Florida result was the same as In other be made In the sttit> Mori\ ''

whale oil or cheap laundry soap, steadily dwindling. Prices have ages-Mrs. Edith Y. Barrus, Palm jam i pound of currants ((1t Forest Service, which has compiled sections, namely, Ita sales exceeded Is now being made( ram,
using about 5 pounds of water. It not dwindled, however. On the Beach County home demonstrationagent. : desired) 2 tablespoonfuls of salt. ffteen: lessons In forestry, of all expectations for it. and the director it

is important to use a bent-at-the- contrary, they have consistently I 3 pounds of brawn sugar, 1 pint which approximately one-half deal "To those'who have used Woco- a sel'o: picture will i 1)1 i ,.him;
1 end rod, similar to those used: for increased from year to year. Girls' club work in Columbia' of vinegar (or 1-2 pint of vinegarand with practical outside wor'k.' In Pep and know its merits this Is made along the sanii m.-," irk

spraying aphids on melons, so that Y.'hat a wonderful opening for County-Mrs. Lassie. Black, home 1-2 pint of grape, plum or other addition to the history of forestry not surprising," continued Mr. As- the scenario: effects midIn, n
1' the under side'of the leaves: maybe wide-awake farmers to step In and demonstration agent: fruit Juice) 3 tablespoonfuls of the Importance of forestry In agriculture bury. "It has for more than a de- are all ready. Many A,>H uno

.. reached. For, like the citrus make some real money! Yet, with Oct. 4-Swine liaising in Jack I cinnamon, 1 tablespoonful each' of and the relation of forests cade been a favorite with the mo- stars In the moving: )plrinu not
1 whiteflY, this fly lives entirely" on but few exceptions, they turn deaf son County-Sam Rountree, county cloves and allspice, and 1-2 ;tablespoonful to the Industrial welfare of toring public in Georgia and Alabama are now In Tampa and whet hi
s the under side of the leaves. ears to the loud knocks of oppor- agent. I of mace. the commonwealth, special work and Its success with motor- been given such a royal n,'ironw

4; r tunity, Why? .- Select oranges and lemons with will' be given In the collection of ists here has been' assured from the Sunshine State thai 'then
PLANT KAHTKIl L.IL.IKH IV Unquestionably the one great clear, well-ripened skins. Scrub forest tree seeds, the raising of the very first.! As a matter of enthused over Florida imitpe.
u MONTH OF "SKPTKMIIKK drawback has been the old belief A "dressed up" Rollins will thoroughly and cut Into convenient forest tree seedlings In seed beds fact, this increase in the Woco- for moving pictures. It ,i I' em
-- that turkeys could not be. raised greet the students and faculty: pieces for putting through food and the establIshment! of demon- Pep, service\ 'network- Is In itself that they will find m Gainesville, Fla.--Easter lilies unless given the run of unlimited when they return for the forty- chopper, grinding all portions except stration areas of forest tree plantations strong testimony as to the meritsof and beautiful days in, 'h vie

1J should be planted during"" the range. They have always been fifth opening of the college at seed. If kumpuats are used. together with demonstration this. )product, and with the ad- I than any other state .m [p ,do
month of September so that they considered wild things that would Winter Park on October 2. Accordng clean, cut In halves to remove seed, protection plots which will illustrate dition of Eastern Virginia; uniform i' --- ...__ -
,f may bloom for the Easter period not live In confinement. So, as to Treasurer E. T. Browns report before putting through chopper. the possibilities! In the protection service to the motoring public of What kind of track, i
/ according to Ilarold Mowry, as- hanging conditions in various localities to President Hamilton Holt, : Grind: tomatoes and seeded rats- ; of forest lands. Dixie Is now provided by this huge on your farm? The truck ">. pa
sistant horticulturist at the Florida : made greater and greater slightly more than $9,000 has been i tntt. Combine all materials. Let In South Florda\ agricultural organization service station. op bred dairy cows, beet!! <'II nol
I Experiment Station. restriction: of range necessary, the spent in the program rehabilitation stand* several hours. Boll from ''I students will use experimentalseed orators" and standardbred chick< u cad

1 It Is: sometimes, dlfUcult to try raIsIng of turkeys was automatically of the campus and buildings 35 to 45 minutes. Let stand overnight I beds of forest tree seeds nev- The Seaboard 011 Company, with prosperity; but track > 't.
i to force bulbs In the open, aa thereIs curtailed or abandoned. Not during the past summer. All of re-season if necessary. Boll er before grown ill 1 America, with headquarters In Jacksonville,' Is lead to the mortgag 's a'
no way to control moisture and until very recently did It ever occur the Improvements lire classified again/ 10 minutes, pack In Jars and !I the special Idea in mind of provid distributor for Pure Oil Company bankruptcy.,
temperature conditions. Press to anyone to question the old as permanent or spmi-permanent process p'nts! 15 minutes at boiling .
Bulletin Number 394, dealing with theory that turkeys needed all outdoors \In nuturjj and the more expensive / ; if In quarts boll 25 minutes.If .
bulbs, and written by Mr. Mowry, for their feeding and, exercisIng Items will-not have to be repeated' this mince meat is used for .
will bo mailed upon request to grounds. Now we know that during the ordinary life of the pies, one or two apples may be

I the Experiment Station. the old-policy of unrestricted\ range present bulldngs.: added when made up If desired. t

has been one of the most, serious Ths'! product makes a very satisfactory -

factors' In the high death! rate right methods. National custom sandwich filling. r 4 k

i COMMON' SKNSK: 1 1L among young turkeys. calls for three great festivals every Muscadine hulls. may be used la-
Ul'U.'H This method caused chickens year when nothing but turkey stead of raisins, and*plums, pears,
L I fly Spuds Johnson I and turkeys to be brought together will really suffice as the principal pineapple, mango, figs, or other/
I : on the same grounds. In Item on the menu and it would not fruits maybe added to those list- .. We have the Greatest Selection

Irf-t's "rotC'f't Cf >rn From Weevils; this way the deadly blackhead disease be Impossible to educate the pub- ed or may be substituted for them.

Carbon Illaitlphlcli 1KH ,H. was transmitted to the'young lic Into a still wider use of this Fiji: Conserve, Hitnilulch Killing/: 01 .K. ' i -- poults] through the cecum worm delicious meat if It were always Use 2 pounds of fresh figs (or

What's the use to work and slave (pin worm) of chickens, now possible to supply the present demand 1 quart of canned figs), 1 1-4 Lowest] Prices in Our History
pounds of sugar, 2-3 cupfuls of pecan -
1' I Making crops we then don't save? recognized as a host for blackhead
The little blackish corn weevil germs. Blackhead is truly the All readers of this article are meats, 1-2 pound of raisins.
i Ii not at all a small evil. turkey raiser's most dreaded ene- welcome to any further help I can Cut all this material except

', Give him a does of "high life" gas my, for unless precautions are give them. I shall\] be glad to hear the nuts, Into small pieces and t
His dirty work will then be past. taken to keep the disease torn getting from those who are truly interested cook until thick and transparent
and who "TALK (about "an hour 'Add uts and
I ran across a little eye openerin I started among the growing really want ) i\
regard to the damage caused to poults, a heavy loss Is sure to be TURKEY" to a purpose. Address continue boiling for 5 minutes. Remove -

the corn' crop each year by weevils.It i had. It Is easy tQ see therefore, any inquiries or comments to me from the stove, pack In ster- .'
is estimated that the Florida why the plan recently adoptedby in care of the editor 06! this paper. ilized jars and seal.
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corn crop this year will be 8,996- raising turkeys In confinement

t 000 bushels. It is also estimated has proved so highly successful.It +. je w.mha/r rttp. sarre.
that one-fifth ofthis, or 1,799,200 Is quite definitely establishednow
bushels will be destroyed I by wee- that turkeys can be raised in

vUs this winter. much the same manner as chic- r LOOK I
What can you sell a bushel of kens and with far better results
corn for In your community? Multiply than were obtained by the old-
Illw. I IIIi /III Three
II
Bargains!
the sellhigMprlce of a bushel fasli'oned methods once held all I
/ of corn by the number ot bushels bat sacred.
that will be destroyed by weevils, Another old-time theory that has If you expect to buy a used car this Fall -

and you will find indeed that this lately been pretty thoroughly exploded '- I' ( come In NOW! We have the widest selection
tt1t TUDOR 1920
pest Is.no "small evil. At 75 Is the belief that only nat- FjpriD ,
emits u bushel for corn the loss in ural hatching\ and brooding methods C eryeleanInsha9un-. ofdueusedcars inourhistory.Many of them

Florida this year will bo over $1- were practicable: In turkey, iulpped til' uully good and care'many. Fully exIniH. can scarcely( be told from new. They are good

349,409. It seems to me that It raising. It has been clearly established Will. cheerfullyilnmunBtriito. "$200, cashor for thousands. of miles of satisfactory service
would be much cheaper to control that poults hatched In $ttu down and terms
this pest ;with carbon bisulphide or Incubators and reared In broodersare I -and the prices will absolutely amaze you.This .
a r WITH AN O. K. THAT
"high life." much less likely to Succumb COUNTS: is an opportunity to get exactly the car

While the cribs are empty or to the scourge/ ot blockhead) and the
want-at
you price want to
you pay.
nearly so before harvest begins is other diseases which prey on their
a good time to make them rat- kind, than those hatched and ClIEvnOf.ET.
14 proof and weevil-proof. To treat brooded under hens. The reason CABRIOLET, 1929! Attached to the radiator cap of each of ourrxnnnt
with carbon bisulphide. It is for this is that naturally hatched reconditioned
corn be told I from new cars Is the famous Chevrolet
necessary to hare an alr-tli'h I container poults acquire the germs of blackhead gs-Steers-Sheep Say ;: -u""cl only 3 month. red "b. K. that
Counts'! This shows
Fully equipped and ha tag. tag
make fowls
If you don't want to from older just as they
a the whole crib air-tight with ventilating ilo from chickens where permittedto uTile Purina Pound Is Cheapest"IT'S the formance appearance of n. new anil per car. you exactly what vital units of the car have

windows, why not fix up.a run with them. Confine them' Only 1175 down. been reconditioned or marked "0. K." by our
big bin for the purpose of treat. so they cannot get out to run with not what we say about Purina Chows that WITH COUNT THAT expert
tog the corn In batches. chickens or with old turkeys, or -it's what the animals say. Through 2,413 mechanics. It Is your absolute assurance -

Husk the corn In the field or as to run on ground where chickens feeding records from all leading hog raising centers, of quality and value. Look for this tag-

soon as It Is harvested. Place have been for at least one year. 90,247 hogs shout, "Purina makes pork at $6.50 per DODOE' SEDAN, 1928 and KNOW that your purchase is protected!
the husked corn In the air-tight Three other essential planks hundred" while 19,890 steers add, "and makes beefat ,

i ; receptacle, and set the carbon bi- in tho turkey raiser's platform $10.08.. At the same time 33,399 sheep say, Thoroughly In our shop reconditioned ;, newly
sulphide In a shallow pun on top must bet: sound feed, clean water $9.98 I per cwt. gain." No wonder Purina feeders reflnlHhed with In' JJuco.ISiliilpped .
of the corn. One pound will be and clean ranpe. For those who *, bumpers, heater trottfttire
are making money-more money than by any other
needed for every 100 cubic feet of still adhere to the old Ideas about and Priced
> /
plan of feeding. No wonder we became enthusiastic at 1295 eqxtuickrascks al TOfiODE-RITCII CHEVROLET CO.
space. If the) bin is 4x10x5 feet, turkeys, thta must sound like rank
about Purina and decided become the local authorized
I or 200 cubic feet, 2 pounds of car- he rosilY. Yet the truth of such to WITH AN O, K. THAT
bon bisulphide will be needed. simple doctrines !is vouched for by distributor of the Checkerboard line.You'll COUNTS Starkc, Florida

1'' Keep the bin closed for 24 the foremost authorities on turkey
be an enthusiastic booster, too once tyou've .
hours. The carbon bisulphide raising in the country.If (CHEVnOL'ET TRUCK
fed Purina to your poultry and livestock.
forms a gall rapidly and penetrates you can raise chickens successfully -
Why not phone us for fn.
a ,supply-or drop The kind for heavy
,every crevice In the bin. It Is you can raise turkeys work. A UARUAIN.
highly inflammable, and fire must I with equal success, only don't mix BRADFORD COUNTY FARMERS
i from It. them. The methods of Incubation
be kept away I ,
SUPPLY COMPANY:
f I have used this method several brooding and feeding will with but CHEVROLET 1924 ,

years, and find that It Is cheaper slight adaption enable you to gain Starke Phone 151 COUPE ti,
than boarding weevils, when my equally as good results with tur- FUR! Full reconditioned, USED CAR
on the place anyway. I don't have keys, and with a greater reward The Store with the Checkerboard Sign (Hai5aamutsva.at bumper. spare tire new e
car guarantee. ae. tbll
for efforts. The
any corn to throw away. your profits so
c one before
you buy
fondly Imagined by those who -
West Palm Beach North would like to try turkey raisingare Wi9f' WITH AN COUNTS O. K. THAT S

county bridge to be repaired. there for you It you follow( i
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son 1.10,11) r' I I" :o :
I ) ti.i: II' I i.4'l I. and lot
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I'I': ; "v 1'- I Oaorgp Mrs. Vi :MARKKY. "f 'lot 4 In I'umn.a ,
: ( a Carrie Crews were !1- 0-91 I -1 1-15 AdmlnlstiiitiuMll'ICI I I !icing : :in iiiunty Sec 4
MU. "". Miiiiui,. < or. !Mr.\ and Mra. J. P. Dickinsonhad tloolt: Township) 8, Rann 24, acre
: .u- .nil at the bedside of their father, 0 -
\ and ........................ ( as their guests Sunday afternoon ] f>K tTl.irTIOroll XKU:'. of NWW Section 26, Town-
grand-father Mr. fl. W. \,'alno TtIMHI; > R t'
ship linn(TO 24, Acres
R. 1 M. Evans his daughter, Mrs. M.! V.Merritt .Nritiro In hurcliv ah'I 'e.,, that It.! '.V. NW14 of NWV4 of 40118.! 1,
o elementary R'hoolInll11cclol' 8K'4 flection
I irtfis unto feet and a light onto wright Sunday.Mr. Alderman 1 << lioldor or Tux 3 If,
Thy wo lamp my ,. my path.-Psalm! II91O5.itr1t1iiui.i1.1Ir : of Ortlflcnte Township' 5. ,
I and Mrs. R. C. Cone and two M. R. HliiBon. high Atlanta Oa., Miss t.u- No. 94, lisa fll led xnlil rtlflcRta I In olllou, HWV4 of rtiVK KV4 of :
SW\4
: my NVV(4(
I ; : uii All religious teaching doctrine or ,rhildron Pansy and Carl were school inspector and Supt. A. J. clllo Dickinson and Mr. and( Mrs. a aid rnitdo iippHciitlon I I I I I, for lux ilccil I of SW''< Section 3d, Township' S.
creed if they ore to have any claimtho vis ting Mr. and Mrs. J. H. "'aln- Orlflls visited Cooper: of Jacksonville. to leSlie IhiiriMin In ucrnrilaiici' with I .IMnsrn M. Acres 160.85. e 1.1'

in r love loyalty and devotion of the people, must be in harmony with wright Sunday afternoon. the public school Mrs. L. O. Slbley Mrs.. Tire and law.foUowlitit Hull!dene-rilled vertlflcntc I Oat Ivac'ea lIulltI I tho Nor) SR54 (except 17 acres) fee-

Iteachings of Jesus the Christ whose words fit into every fold and crevice Mrs. E. B. Hart here last Tuesday. Mrs. ,Ruth Granger of I\lelroso' oil I In Bradford. county prnpiMly Klnrldii. to-- lIofl)2 03.00. Township 9, Range 24, Acr.
heart, and of whom it was said in John7:46 was visiting; In wit:
PCP human : "NEVER MAN MI's.
art, LIKE TillS MAN." Starke Friday afternoon" O. Haynes who has been were visiting hero Tuesday.Mr. Hoiith'VPMt. quarter\ of Sou(hauntiimirtrr K'4 of NlY'. of, SWI4 Section 1
.
... Hrhool Jokes the guest of her daughter, Mrs. R.M. G. M. Bennett" went to Jas- Six' South, Hcctlon ItiiiiKe Thnu Twenty-two. >, Trnvnulilp 12000 t 19. '1 ownalalp' &W1'i l 24. Acres. ,' .

I hd', ,t 'K C, God and how should returned Jews set up the altar of Hazel Reddish : Why Miss Edna Fairer of Jacksonville 'for several per Sunday morning and was accompanied coittnlnlnK forty acreH. Kant, WH of !'S'''.. of NWU Section "Ii

4, iup him? Answer, read- burnt-offerings on the old temple I didn't mean to be Impudent I weeks returned to her home back by his son, Casper tia.ii'r Tha; tlio n'*Hf=:1i'I:1 : [ I Id:IKHIIOU properly. : was* 5Jx 100.04.Townxhlp 11. Ilunire J4, Acre:

IC 'I i i .> site and offered sacrifices. In the Just asked Mrs. Hart to let Bennett l Monday. In I the name of n... ii. "'. Hrown.
me
; 'I'hp GOlI'fl Huh' second year the foundations of the her tongue to see If It was as longas Bee here last Sunday.Mr. Mr. u\IIIIf..s. J. Newnome and fnloHH l avrordlntf saId, certificate t Ill\\shall', he rea1aual I.nt. 2 28 7. *TOwnship 10 nnd Ni41 D. HanKe If Lot 24.8 .Iii'Sa'a'tloii
1.\ tax deed
,Ik i; :31: : 35. Jesus. #said : As temple were laid. The buildingwas Lois said It was. and Mrs. W. C. Thomas of Oscar Rye visited G. M. Bennett will iMHUe thorvoti, on Iho hut tiny of A.ro. 180.00. -.

u I'Hid, } that men should do to completed in eighteen years Inez: Do you know Jacksonville, were the guests of and family last Wednesday night. October<< A. D. 19:9.! :: :'N' of NryWi: of 51114' nf SJ' "-
why a stork Killed I this 10th
CIn I ,,1 I"'e,', also to them likewise. n. C. 516. stands on one leg. Mrs. P. B. Hunt last Sunday. A. il>., 1929. day of September, iV \\r; SiL:; :: rWI.v'rII'0: 211, S.

If love them which IX. Ezra's Return to The Essex car belonging to S. a. W. ALDRRMAN. T.WIHh1p, 9. 2 .
I K.''o'i ye Jerusalem ; Mildred, : No, why? Standard Oil To Clerk of Circuit ,
'unit. Hrndf.nd" Houtn an!; ... of S
M. of
i vu,, what thank have ye? "The hand of our God is upon all Inez: Because, If he should lift Simmons that was stolen from County 'lorllla. SE'.1' nf N a.r.,, N. lr \ \ NI5M, I

I 11I1I'rs, also lend to sinners to them for good that seek him" ; It too he would fall down. the home of Simmons' motlier-ln- Mark B-13-5t-IO.1t.I of 14E'4 SICi 1 St'14'(of or N 1' 4 145% or MW'. St..', i
Him Unction :30 'f
Highways ,
li.-m) 33. And if ye do good Seventy-eight" years after the first s Mrs. Hart: I heard today that law, Mrs. P. B. Hunt on the night NOTITMJnckHonvlllc II), Ia I ICe 34, Acres 200.00. 'l'oWIOhlp I1.i i

Ii., m, which do good to you. company: returned to Jerusalem Lola was going to Cormlchael's of Sept. 16th. was found wrecked : of NI.1'. NT":'.. nr SW4' W" lt

I "ii ink have ye? for -sinners Ezra, the scribe led another com Monday for clothes. near Lake City last Sunday< morn- Will Piilnt Hoof of I'lrtnt llrn toICiat'k Rnllwnv h<>i-ehv' ,' lnlncsvllli give. ni.tlcf.* nml half thin 24.SW'AVre.-io'i.n.1 I ? T"WI"1J, || 8. I

rbId / II""n the same. 34. And If puny back. At the outset of the Edna : I've been wonde..lngwhe..e Ing. Marshal Watterson, O. I : Tiunpu (<> ..Iiu'kxonlll on I Intet-Mtiite AuKimt.I Cumim'rcu 27. l'12'l.! It filed with. (th. N'4 of NKI4: Niu of NWU Section. /

,, them of whom hope expedition a period of Haynes and Ray Williams of .\ oninilNKltm I I at :i8oV7.wn"hl" *' "IU"re Ac'ee I
: ,inl' 'HI ye fasting and she left them. \ .Iriviiy.Announcement WllNllillKtoll. II. I'., ItM. Hppllclltlon '

nil ,) ,,. Iwhat thank have ye? prayer was observed." Ezra car Mr. Louise Crawford and Mrs. Hampton, motored to Lake City future for a cwrtlflcatw. public, I Hint the.. .prcxiMit nnd, F'1: I of NWM 6 ,
last ; '.on\.nl..I1. < an.l ni "'"'n-, MI''lon Township
dv \limi.rB, als lend to sinners to ried to Jerusalem over 4,000,00( Ollle Thomas attended the association Sunday Identified" the car has just been Hlly permit tha nlmii.imiim-iit, hv IIof 10Ualitre 24, Acl... 80.04.

i ,i'. much again. 35. nut dollars worth of gold, silver and near Paiatka Saturday and and brought It back to Hampton. made by Mr. W. E. Smith, president from I Hint North part of UnlnoHvlllu Itx I "rnllronil I 1 I I to, fxti-nillnir SninpHon' of NWS' of tW11.. of NWU NI.JU

.v. \ ,air enemies and do good. copper and 7500 persons.X. Sunday. Investigation proved that (lie car of the Standard Oil CompanyIncorpo..ated Oily, n dlxtanre, of npproxlinnlrlv, ,NU'i,2S Acres. 'nwl..hlp. h,

I I. lid! hoping for nothing Nehemlah Rebuilding the Guy Hlghtower at Cuga, was a had been stolen by a negro. Nathaniel In Kentucky, that his t'oiintlrn I IS oh, I Ia'S.., I In"' Aliichua, a.JAL'KSUNt'ILT.Fl. uiul I llrnilrord HanlCt W l, r 11 i N'A 163.21.of of .S\Vt4 8KV4: of

ii ,uid your reward shall bei Wall of Jerusalem ; "The people business visitor here Wednesdayand Johnson, who was accompanied company will promptly proceed ; ; OAINMSVll.UR:': : I :W 1/ In'lon I 11 I. 'rowiasiti1..8. H'11/. r L, #)'v
i
i uid ye shall be ,the chll- had a mind to work"; About fourteen Thursday. and naslflted by two othernegroes. with the work of Airway Markingon 9-13-4t-10-4. & Ul'LK RAILWAY 21. N'\' I S

,iit" I the highest: for he Is kind I years after Ezra returned to !Mrs. Amy Hitch and daughters.Miss the names of whom are the roofs of their plants In the "! tIr, n.nlC" 25", Acres Hectlon 40.01.( 22, Town- 'A'

IIC tin, unthankful and to tIle Jerusalem, Nehemlah returned and Jacqueline and Marion of the not known. Johnson was brought states of Kentucky, Alabama, Florida -I h'I'lt'I': or lit sicnviri'j!lI'It9', itv rrn- NW'/i! of NWVi Section 87, Township ., .
K, ,
Itanire 25, ,
to Acre
Starke and placed In the (
assumed command of the rebuild state farm were visiting Mrs. D. county Georgia and Mississippi. I -_ of NK'4' 40.lll. ,

avp-r Teach me thy way O Ing"' of the city wall. Thousand Reddish Friday.Mr. Jail. These markings will hI) In accordance JnPlriMilt. (Court Iral% faint, County I <>NW'i 2N, "'"WI.t.lp IW'4, "( f .NM 2B'i,
G. 'V. I Hnvon! Ploriiin. I In t'iit, iaa'.ry. AiieH ,
attended 1 "
ind lead me In the way ever- of people were engaged in the Eugene::: Thomas of Thomas- a meeting with the final rulings for .1. 1 II I. Lnril nnd 1'\11n.: Lord,' MBWife 00.11. 5, I
work and It was completed in vllle. of the strawberry growers' association Airway Marking on roofs OH established "'COmplHlllliKtH" I i VM I I.UIiril Uo HW'i of HKV. E'of HW'4 HW'l .
.1 i fifty Georgia, and Miss Annie ttedd'sh >. ,
V/ 9 .
at Plant City this Thompson' el nl I I., ,1"r..n.I'I1I.' I .. N1V 1"'lh,1 Tow .I,I i' 8,
I two days.XI. ';. week by the Aeronautics H'lll'' 160.20. S 55
motored to Silver Springs and Cult fit llulvt riile ...... llrnio>r II.
r I Teaching the Law of God ; Ocala Saturday.Grace Mrs. Minnie Brown and daughter Branch of the Department of Commerce To (.1."... S. N54 NKi, Section 31. TownKhl|> r14.'
the known Clad unknown, defemlnnta Ilul' SB, Acros 81.011.
). SCHOOL Miss -
Nl' ) \Y Ruth, have been
recently
"The entrance of thy words and shall be followed as In the ahove '
glvetllight" Johns of Brooksvlll Is regard HtvlfMl CHUHM, to- NH' WESSON business visitors to Starke. wit: 1.1111""ni JI an ThimpHoiv, sica 1 tliei. ..f k-VwiT J'p tP_ '.5
; A day was set apart wheiKzra spending! a while here with frlenda.W. type l>f lettering" cardinal" Lnura ft. 'i r.r.- .. -
'I'hnml'HolI nnd .
I : read the book of the law to C. demons and Ike Norman Mrs. J. L.VIII'anis: who hM points, colorIng Held classifications her hiiKlmml.. Klfiulnir Sniiiif I, It 1 II.I. T1ifitiitiH-Hnillli, l I ;,'-"T.;: 2S.1.lion 3 5' TownBnl|) *. IugO-25, Aden C si;'

IIp. the antlous: people. been visiting in Falbus and Flat I and symbols.. Ii. Ciinovannd Hon. 1'. n. ('q nova nndmm WiO of NK
Following the was business i
visitors NWJi Section
to ,
lit SKPTKMI1KK:: : ::1), I 929: Lawtey Rock Ala., for several wE'ekll. has 141 nina Oucki-nhflnivr 1 i t I Hnmui l II. Tnwimhlp, !11>, IMnwe, 26. Acres 19; .
reading there was great rejoicing and Starke Monday. Roof markinIshallinclulle generally Iliihtmnl, Cntnllnd<1 A. <1in\'hill, < ,,- 240,711.
returned to her home here" and llna A. Ornylilll, If nllvc. nnd' If ilcnd, HWt i Na.i in IS. J, ,
Zir. Township
with "
'view Significance of the ex- Malachi Foretells a New Eugene Thomas who spent a arrow the. letter "N" heIr unknown In-1 I'M, cli'vlH.-OH, *,-aa- Itaniff<2i( Acres 158.44.
iul remoratlon.ildcn ( Day; "Behold I will send my messenger week at Starke and Hellbronn reports!!! a pleasant trip. pointing 'due.! North and the name .teeN. or triAntceH' I nnd to nil i'aartla'a Lands In ('III .
Mrs. McRae. of Starke was vl.s- hnvlnu I : or who a imiy. clnlin I t to 'hnvnunv County. Florida S
1ll Text: "The loving klnd- and he shall prepare the Springs left Sunday morning for here of the town In large letters. If ,rlBlit., title ..i' lnli>r..,Bt or f'.tnt.* awl1 7 TownshIp 7
lUng
ui Jehovah( Is from everlaot0 way before me'lIalachl; rebukes Thomusvllle, la.. this week.A. a designated landing field Is within I In Inndx, nnd. to-wlt to I the. followlnir i I doHcilbiMl I .JI. Ac' 8..101 JI0.33.( Riinire

,verlastlng upon them that the sins of the restoration priests Jack Smith was shopping in L. Sullivan of Thereto!!, wasa u radius of twelve" miles from Lot 11 of : Hlorlc I IS In what IM NI K4! of SW'4 ( trfit ii) and west Ia'S

Chum and his righteousness and people /and prophesies/ the first Hampton Tuesday. business! visitor here last Mon the point of marking, the classlll known and: tecorded: (ll t the piil: ii llciprordn : 14 acres of 8W1 1 of N'V'4 (Lot. 6)) 5

.-ulldren's children." and second, coming of Christ. Ina Forsyth was visiting Mrs. day.C.. cation of field shall be given I If "Klorldn.of BH Hrndford 1.1".H','nunl,lon-.I'I.nhy. )', Mtate.. (*if I Ac-res Section" 54.00.7, Ton l.hll' B. Rnng-e 23,

Questions:-Did the exile of the Molt A. flirt and( family were" visIting correct Information is available.Starke .'..",1''Il Ii y'N Htldltlon: I I I t to Itt t ark I In Biilil .
Mary
omlnent, Jews discussed In the Friday. We are sorry in Alachua County nnd ) HH the vnitm KlJi/i Ki'cllc.n B, Townxhlp 8, Ranico
I, :II iiof tills quarter are, Eze-: Jews cure them of Idolatry? WhatIs to report Mrs. Mary and Viola last Sunday Is on the Tampa to Jacksonville lieHi-s' of .. llll"l in Deed Hook ap-1 38, 2:, Acres 102.4. Ic'
The Santa "
5.,5
Idolatry? Sweat Fe Association will Airway. ''The nam"Starke" l"Olf8 00.) AVext part of rot 1 In ,
Daniel" Zerubbabel Ezra are on the sick list this S
meet with the First Baptist churchof (C.rertlnH: of N\VI4 and HI-Ji'* of HKU' V.Vcllon I
nilnh and Malachi; and of week. We hope they will have a In large", letters on tile You nnd ench of you are hereby II, Township ., llniiKB. 24. Acres
Hampton next Saturday and retiulri'il.I, to be .
roof of the Standard Oil plant will nnd nppciir lipfore 18a.31.)
:
Gentile rulers. Nebuchadnez- l'UI'SISYTmU.\ speedy recovery. I HIM. Judirx, of ( ho Circuit court of the S
Sunday. Everybody Is invited." bo 1 advertisement ; lVj; of NPii:' Section 8,
splendid
DplHhnzznr ---,- Louise Hayes and Evelyn SU'leklaud a for .1'w..nly.$lxlh J"lh'I,1, Circuit of 8. Township
Darius Cyrus, Mrs. LeRoy Dennison of Waldo, Florida, I I" nat UallK a. Acres Hl.dl C
a for I Itrndford '
this community to the orl onnt i I> ,
IB i a second ruler of that 10 a. m. Sunday school J. 'M of Starke, were visiting Inez scores on a !M.ndiiv lh. Heventh. iliiy nf ()h1-, / NI-Ji/i of NM'4: Section 9, TownshIp 'ih -
was transacting business hero
thlll
I nnd Aatazerxpn.r Truby supt. This will be our annual and Margaret Carmichael Sunday. ( planes, and their passengers that tnber, A. 1 II., t 1(29( !)I. lit I thu court house i, H, ItaiiKB 24. ACI-UH." 40.41. S
week. pass along thin arway! dally. SimIlar III I tho town of Stiirke. Fl.irlda. to Lot 3 and I that' purl of I.c.t 4 .
.
,review we condense from Rally Day. Miss Lena Smithof Miss Ruth Smith left Wednea- The P. T. A. will meet at the a ii'sic.'r nworn. bill I I of comtilnlnt I ex- II a finv county. Moil i I.I, 1,111 I ;
,1 Commentary the subjects Winter Park -secretary of the day for Brooklyn N. Y. markings.of Into airway will I hibited, against yon In the nhovnnnmed ,,8. RanKe 24, Acies' _101 Townxhlii ,
Young People's] Work wll be pres- Hudson Morgan roller city hull next )Friday evening nt appear pn the 'roofs of the Standard 1- :I If.' I Lord:, court;l l he; C the complainant: 1. I i'iI4j! of 8KiKectlnn: .
,:",den texts if the lessons was a 7.to. All ( and Kva I II. Lord, hid I wlfn, 8. ItnnKe 24 .R. Townxhlp
: patrons and friend of Acres .I.R.
Oil plants at Tampa Clt'al'wa- ti a> remove cloud ,, ,aI '
ent and address( the school. near Woodlawn Sunday and Wed- > quiet title to tho C'
Hurt comments on each lesstory the school are asked to be present" Hho\'(> Oi'Hi" 'rlhed l Inll" ", awH of NWVii .and NVV'4 of HWU' ,
11 a. m. Morning -worship nexday nights. tot Dade City, Leesburg" Ocala, The Drn.lford, I Countv t Tete"rrnph, a 20, 5 :
sermon by the'pastor. Miss Dollie Rowe entertained At the conclusion of the program, i Gainesville" St l't(>rRhu'rl1.l1ke.. WBfkly ripwHiuipur, |iiilill..li<.il I III th" Acres 70.00. Townxhlp Enrage 24' ,
c of Ezekiel:: ; "As Iaithi a there will be a business meeting of town of Hliirkc!I' I Ilindford, l I Cotinlv.I 'di,
the Lord God I have no 6:30: p. m". Christian Endeavor<: large crowd at her home near Ileil- much Interest. land Green' Cove Springs Sarasola I Klorldn;,::, I!IH :I Ire:by dPHlKnated' i an thenewMpniH'r Land.. In Irll.U..r,1 Cixintr. I'lnrlila : ,
Arcad'a: und .Iackeonvtile aind In iIaIi'h Ihla notice nlmll, I
"How Can
Topic. the Young Peo bronn
ure in the death of the wick- Tuesday night with a dance. L. J. Wynn one of Bradford he puhllBhctil for four COIIHHCIIIIVUwj I HI'J'' "f N\\1 Nu' | nf RW'4 '
"iii! that the wicked turn from ple's Organization in our Churrh All reported a very nice time. successful will be of valuable assistance In wj\ ,. HW \, <.r NW \j H."ol( 2,1: 1'"wl.hlp8."nt S
(entitles farmers, has keeping" pilots on the dlrnct route. I'I" T'II'I.: !' The Ilonornl.le! A. 7. ItatiKe' 22, A"I' I I
r..O
Work Together? Miss Lena The'. llrokfii PinionI : 1
,r 'and live"; The Lord made sixteen and one half acres III pea Adklnx, JtnlMTx, IIH also| ( I.V.. Alderman to antlxfy. mild di-ct-i and 1 coxlx', '
lei'a( forehead than Smith orur Young People's secre- I I walked through the woodland In addition to the 'flLmllltl t<) 'Ia't'k aaa'I! I the H..III..r I thin, court l>atp.t thin 1ik1
"Harder tary will speak. meadow. huts of which the avtraga/ size Jacksonville Airway the Louisvilleto ] In the tItv: of !Hinrke, 1 Florida' thin 1'. 111 29. 29h day of Auxuxt A.
''hat the\ rebellious people plant yields 258 peanuts to the 4th clay ut September. I Dill.O. '. ,
7: 30 p. m. Evening worship, sermon Where sweet the thrushes Lexington, Louisville to Clncln J. N. : I
.
t not be able to look him out sing; plant.Rev.. W. ALOKRSrAV.,: : Jr.Al'JWJrT.T. C4 ,
atOll, LonlHVlllo to KvaiisvllloMumphU (Clork'H Mil. I Ax Hpeclal' .
Clerlt. In
and song. And I found bed IlaHh. Chancery
of ,
'untenance.!: He was commando on a moss abird and Mrs. F. IC!. Taylor and J. L. I",ILA/j.:Iil:, Stnrlce Florlila.' xa Id case.Tlinrt. .
I o lM'ulc all the words of the 'A cordial Invitation to all our with a broken wing. to New Orleans HlrmlnR.lium .- Solicitor fur Conipliifnunt, 1 I I
.
daughters Misses Murree and Vlc'ksburg I a Ii. I HOW I \. I'alntlcn. Fla.
to Birmingham to O-O-St-IO-4. !
whether they will hear or services extended to all. I! healed its wound Francis visited Mrs. Taylor's Solicitor for Complainant., t.' .
Mobile Jacksonville --
?-. And each, morning It its old to Savannah
U-n-St-10-4.
!her they will forbear. ; sang
mother. Mrs. Grime of
FIKST CIiniSTIAH: CHt'KCJ sweet strain. Starke this Jacksonville! to Atlanta, Atlanta to< ::10 0'1'14'101 (11" I lii tTtlC'H: C C 1.11)

ftxeklel: teaches Personal Re- . ,. week. P.lrmlnirhnni... .l.nittnvlllA, to. Memphis ,- \'fn'I: 1'U'1 or 10..,:
Hut -- --
me oirci wnn broken -
Ihlllty; "So then a pin- UV VIUTUK of '
everyone .. o. ,
Bible School and communion Mir ij, to Jacksonville tiil
hall give account of hlm- Ion never soared as high again. August :Z.I: A. 11. tilE() 'In I Iho Ilprehy notice In given that under',
0) Ood"; Ezekiel taught the services each Lord's Day at 10 I! found 'a young life broken e............t.....;....... Jacksonville" to New Orleans air Chaise of Kiirrnt-rM Trust &' HiivlnxTB anal by virtue of I that. certain finalcli'i'ice l.
p'clock. n routes are being marked! by the 4 In nk of forecloxure ,mmle hv the
,
,
By sin's seductive art a corporation complainant' VN.
: ;
't (lint each person stood on'wn TIIERESSA JuilKe of the Circuit Court In and
footing before the Lord. Church services morning and And touched with a Chrlstllke : : pa'ntlng of the roofs of over one Frank 9;. owens, et al, defendantH, ( for IrRtrorc ('nlnly.I 1"lorld. on thu I, 'i"
evening of the first Sunday in pity Miss Rhoda Zclglrr, Cor. Hundred Standard Oil Company pondlnir In the Circuit Cmirf oi' Ft'.. 10.11 < I e-, .4
ould repent and be saved each month by the pastor Bro. 0 plants. Ida '!2'wsnt y-F'I ft Ii .lndl"'lal I Clrr I
uliially A father could not of Jacksonville. I: took him to my heart. ... ).......G..........* -. In and for Putnam County, In Chancery hiu'RiVhv: 'i'ndVrhlll' I I I hln wlfi-'nnd: ') '

IVr elther'hla guilt of his In- Dixon lie lived with a noble purpose, a wll lih nald, struggle not In vain Rev. and !Mrs. S. H. Dodd entertained To vll\rr I'lim-aliil<< Teiegrainim. I, t aft'feti,alan I s. '
to Ills ; I In 1 tho record hook i In the I
ice .
son.Hzeklel's .J.,,, I..b lloll.ljiM appropriate The undfrxlKiiPcl, ax Mas .
NKW lMSSKNGfc.il: ftCIIKOCLKS: at their home on the eve- During Special 4
But the life that sin had stricken olllca of the Clerk of ter S
: Vision of Hope; the Clrcul wil offer for xnle at the front
h Never soared as high again. ning of September" sixth with! a social Court of lju tna in County, Florida \door! : ,: the:! c'oart, houxe. In Htarke. 'S
< Increase of his government in Unsealed will be delivered I Florida, between,, I the ;bourn of eleveno'cloik :'
Beginning Sunday April 21st But the bird with the broken honor of the members of! telegrams In the office of tile Clerk of the Clr ,
I,wave there shall be end" pinIon 'a. m. and Two o'clock I I'. m.on .
no : Seaboard Railway schedules for the Christian union. A nice assortment by the Weaetrn Union! Telegraph cult Court of Clay County, Florida. IU"IIY. October) I 11139. to tho 14''

'el" : saw the kingdom of God's Starke were posted as follows: : Kept another from the of games were played and Co., durinIthe celehratloiof and In the office of the Clerk of the following liHxt .711 for cnxh, t h. ..sC,
as a ruler small In Its be- snare ; Rosh Haahana the Jewish New Circuit Court'of Hrndfoul County, ilexcrlt'ncl properly lying f '
Southbound enjoyed. Refreshments and .
i And the life that sin has stricken served' h.II In It'l.rc county, ( 1<'lorId' -
IIRS but widening and deepas Local 11:19 consisted of delicious Year, which starta at sundown of t'I"I'III, to which decree nnd place o- :
No. 1-( ) p. m. Raised another from despair. cake anal .. Tim NotthenBt:
it "( reference I hereby mnd quarter of the
progresses. The river No. 11-(Local) 11:23: a. m. Each loss lias its compensationThere punch. A large crowd o't jolly October 4th according to an announcement for a KTimter part Icnlai-lty. the underxlwni'd Northwent I'"IU''P'', M't Inn 7. T.|.. : 5
life and to all A, Mouth' of Raiinre, lit
prosperity
onlaln-
made !Mien\
No. 107-Llmlted) Itl9 m. folks enjoyed the evening. today by 1.1.
p. Is healing for every pain; I I. nM "1"1,1 buster In chan log 40 ncruv more or a.". C
frrltory It reaches. No. 191-(Limited) 10:34: p. m. Jut the bird with a broken pinion Yes and still it rains althoughwe Zelma Slay, manager of the local Cd"y Iii said cause, agreeable to the J. ,.FKAZKH.Hpeclal ,'

I The story of Daniel ; "They northboundNo. will never soaras high again. are proud we are having a recess Western Union office.( Tills special te'rnl of Bald 1"lre. will offer r"I.1 J H. M JOHNS, Master. C

he wise shall shine as the 2--(Local) 5:35: a. m. .g -- from the rain now. service half been provided In order Hale a u it Hell at public outcry for I Solicitor for Complainant. .I!

1 mess of the firmament ; and Local Mr. and !Mrs. E.: S. that Orthodox Hebrews may comply riixh In hand to the highest blcl.lo I D-6-61-10-4
No. 12-( ) 3:05: p. m. Sibley were _ _ _
I that turn many to righteous- No. 108-(Limited) 5:41: p. m. .............. .......... very much surprised Friday eve- with a Mosaic law which pro- at In the, front I'utnum door of the court houft. -. 4
County, Florida.
o as the stars for ever and 0 ning when crowd h I bits their tearing anything during 1.lltkn. (.o'nU..lo"I" I.\.r ':
of
f, Wonnee Branch tharln 101 now EVERGREEN a merry young durlnK the leKnl bourn, of feale! on

By Daniel's constant corn- leaves Starke 7:00: a. m., and train (Mi"! to'. A. Rosier Cor.) ..+ people arrived at their home givIng the holidays Aun."iy the 7th day ol October. A. Iferehy notlc'e IH given' that under '

on with the Lord In prayer he 102 arrives Starke 2:40: p. m. them a pound party. A pleasant The exceptionally large volumeof D, 1021)!) all of the estate. right title. and partition by I virtue' of that certain decreeof
madu
veil, .......... .. ... ami entered I In th
revelations from the Lord Blue Hue Limes .. .. evening was enjoyed by all. greeting telegrams sent during/ interest and equity of the Maid de circuit I Court of Kradford coo n ty.. '

I h i enabled him to direct Impor- Northbound-5:10: a. m., 8:5S: Mrs. Maggie Forsyth and children -I Those whom were YI ltortl) ,' the Jewish New Year celebrationhas fondant I.'rlnk H. Owens, in and to 3rd Florida day\ of In Hept.(' :: "A..rr1 ..IJ''., In, on favorof the:

affairs In the Babylonian a. m., 1:58: p. m., 5:18: p. m.. 8:58: \ spent a few days in Jacksonville I Starke Saturday were: Mr. O. M. Induced the telegraph company the l.nrn..nton < In the bill nf WIlt IltirMTex., complnlnant, and' I
,lorn.Helshazzar's. decree. of Male In Dale llxT'Lllmt' I Roxa Hell I I IleHue. Holornail'
", p. m. with her daughter Mrs. Roy Bennett, Mr. C. A. Youngblood, to provide special I facilities 1'111Ie. ileBcrlbeil a* follow, to-wit.: I lieHue her h..hln.t. Lialxey Morril ,.j'
r Feast (Temper- Mr. Arthur Mr. for their transmission this as and Ivurn her
Southbound-9:37: a. m., 12:07: SaundersMr. Moorer and Mrs. year thntinderxlHrned

rI Leseont) } "Be not drunk with p. m.. 4.07 p. m., 6:37: p. m., 10:50: and Mrs. Levy Norman and W. T. Wallace Mr. and Mra. D. In previous years. Not only will I.nnil In I'ulnnm' ('onnl, Florida offer and. Bell ax In comml".t..rl.. Boutlicloor will I hi 4

I wherein is excess"; King Bel- p. m. children ()f Vanderbilt spent Sunday W. Moore Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan additional operators and mesnen- range RVj of 23,HK'4 Acres Rprtlon, 80.00. 13 Towniihlp 9. of the 'ourt han,,.. In "rk..

, i M engaged In a drunken with Ii. K.: Rosier and mother.R. Mr. and Mrs. C. Sullivan. gers be assigned to o/llcos/ In Jewish HI5'4 nf 4W%. KV of RW% RI'nr 0''I'r..I.a.between m. and two the o'c hours'Io'k of p.eleven m on

r y In the royal palace. Ood S. Rosier was a visitor to Miss Alma Lee spent Friday sections but the company has H0'4! and 64 nerd. In BY of \ ?Monday\ October 7th I9JI, In
".1 I the. king causing ......................... also provided/) Jewish New *ctlon 13. Towochlp ) 1'111. 2J. highest and best hlal.ler for "h' In
by a special
I'I'I I'I Starke Sunday afternoon. night with her cousin Mlsa Rhoda as t.as acr.a.NWV4 hand the following, I dl".rlh"d property -
gl writing to appear on the IIF.ILnRONN SPRINGS Willie Mae Reddish spent the Zeigler. Year blank and envelope which of NWi 8W<4 of NWji' situated, and Ivlnx la llradford

Daniel interpreted the wrlt- Mlflfl IVarl Norman week-end with her grandparents Quite a number of neighbors; will be used for all greeting tele- NWV HWV, of,HVVi$ ..' Welt, 15 2$ oar Township." of NUCof fr;. county The South Florida half, to.wlt of the: Houfhwextniiarter ( I I C

i meaning that the king was Mr. and Mrs. J. 8. Rosier. gathered at the home of !Mr. and grams. In/ addition a number of HHIIKU 2.1, arrea 144.1g.Hw' i or the Southeast Iluarl..r.| e,- S.
II I 'Cl( by tha T.nrrf net that thalom ........................ suggested / of NIW' of Section cent 5 acrex> on the Kaxt end owned
I --- --- a---- ---- --- Rev. L. A. Donnelly of Sta..ke.filled Mrs. S. R. Swindell Saturday evening phrasings for these messages 16, Townxhlp.9, 'A .SE'I, ivcrex. by Nelx nlb.w". nnd the. H.ulh..t
, m m should come to an end at Mr. Clarence Moore was vIsitIng his regular appointment here and enjoyed a peanut boil have been complied for the 11985. c|ialairn.r,' or tlie ,': '1 of
I the 'ailI
Houthwext I riajai I I I In Meet I I.,,ii
I Miss Lucille demons Sundayafternoon. Saturday and Sunday. ing. convenience of patVona. WV4 of NB%, Section IT, Township 6. Township (I. Houth ftinsre 22 East .

Ii It t Daniel Among the Lions; Lar ne Rosier of Woodlawn spent" Mlsa Margaret Turner of Hampton The company announced also! thatIt 0. Ranira 2. acres 80.35. ,I.'.ntalnlnl, In all 25 acres more. or
acres Houtheant
If i angel of the Lord encampeth 'Miss Pearl Norman was the Saturday. with her cousin Louise spent last Thursday night with has made provision for the sendIng 10 I Hec-tlon 18. TownshIp CI..n.p I H"nK.of lot U. (". A. KNtOIIT. .1 I 4

I about them that fear him guest of her cousins. Misses Rosa. Ro lel'. her friend Miss Ruth Dennison. of cabled greetings to Europ- Acre 8.0V.( I J.T. W.J. (1IIIKKIN.

f dellvereth them"; Daniel and Bertha demons Sunday. Cheathem Peele of the state Mr. R. O. and L. C. Zelgler of ean rountrlex. Messages may be Lots 7811 nml nnd, 19 21*of acres Menae'l NWM net ANDRKW8. Jr.R .

I I to ignore the decree not to Miss Mildred Norman and Thel- farm, Raiford attended services Gainesville were visiting their sent for as little as $1.25 to these (1l.r"HI Secton 20. TownshIp JTKanK M. JohNs Co"mllllou.ra.

t Ie.< Jehovah even thought Itt guest of her1 cousin Mrs. Gladys here Saturday night.W. parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Zeig- countries. 23. 49.10.1s Hollcltor fur Complainant. S '
I and 4, and I the 8K' 1--U--4. 1 1I 'C
t lie would be thrown Into Carter Sunday afternoon. B. Grime and son of Max- ler Sunday. 21..TownshIp. 9, RanKe 2& Sp..ton

II 1 ions' den. Ills strong faith Miss Poullne Green spen the ville were visiting his sister, Mrs. Christian Union was led Sun A definite assurance that the celery t\I'nI'l: MifcHNotice

(U\ him that any outcome week-end at Starke 'as the guest J. 8. Rosier Sunday afternoon. day evening by Mr. Fredrick growers of the state will havea : NIH'Lot of HN%Hectfon RVt of 23.HIWH:>Townxhlp nf l 1M herel.y given that under

I II I I be preferable to ceasing to of her cousins, MIssSs Jeanette Those attending( the funeral of Dodd. A nice program was rend clearing house functioning before 9. Runice 2.4 Acre 19200. and decree by made virtue and of that entered certain final '
the
lr..e'Johns.IlIsslIl1dren the next crop la marketed was B'/i' of NB'/i Hoctlon 24. Township 9, Honorable A. 'A. by
and Ida little Ca.rl Lee of Russel from Ev- ered. Adklns, K.1.'lorlll. of the
t 1" given by officials. of the Florida nunttt 23, Acre 80.00. circuit I Court of Kradford, :.
The Return from Cap- Norman'and Thel- Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Adklns of couotv. S
Erg een. which was held at Kings- TCV4 of on the 17th, day of AoKvxt. ,
""The Lord hath done great ma Drowning Leon and Raymond ley Lake cemetery Wednesday of Hampton were visiting Mr. and State, Celery Association Saturday NWti' B(4( NNIJ'NW\' n 'NWn I I that certain. foreclosure suit S

,j ,' for us; whereof we are Norman motored to Lawtey Sun last week were: B. E.: Rosier. Leslie Mrs. J. J. Zeigler Monday. I at interests Sanford. Shipping and.growing Ill. .Towimhlp. 2i, Acre lion wherein, In complainant Hunk of Mtarke, a .. F.corpora Rivers S

At the end of a period of McClennan Mrs. J. S. Rosier Miss Resale CJoveraettle spent In the Sanford Oviedo N'/4. HKW Lota I 2 and 3 section 27, *mil' wIfe Idu. Rivera, ldT II. O. Riv S

(Iy years which Jeremiah had day.Misses Jeanette and Ida Mae Irs., Maggie Forsyth and children the week-end In Hampton with her Manatee and Sarasota districts Townxhlp 9, Hanife 2J, Aeresa 686.98. era fendants and. ,wife the Kmnm underslicned: I I Rivera will are offer de \
C unled I Miss have agreed to combine in an orderly Lot. 1 2 and 3 and an island Rec- 'or ..al. and will sell for ,
Pauline cash
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would be the length Johns were visiting Luclle) and Eugene. slater Mra. C. R. Manalre. marketing program one feature 1.1 33. TownshIp' 9, Range 2J, Acre rant of the South' Door of the court I
1' Captivity, the Lord Influences and Lorene Green Sunday after MIss Lucile Forsyth Is visiting Mrs. L. M. Henderson and baby 14.1. ifiiixH In Ktark, Bradford county.

king of Persia, to permit noon. her sister Mra. Roy Saunders inackgonvllle. of Jasper. are visiting her father of which will be a national of Section 35, TownshIp 9, Flnrlla. to the hlrhext bidder there ;i. ''
RanK 23, (143.94. Monday the
advertising campaign involving I 7th day of Oc '
Jews who would to return Mr. Herbert and Mr. Emery Mr. G. M Bennett and family $100,000.: Not $E'4 Section 345, TownshIp 0, fe.n 1929. during the legal hours ''I

r'rusalem. He returned all the Johns were visiting in this section Mrs. J. E. Rosier and baby Mrs. Mrs. R. GaInes of .Gainesville I naniro 23.. Acrmm 10.:4. of Ylnir anal. the belna following In Bradford re.I e.lat. f.' .

and sliver vessels which bad Sunday afternoon. fester Sapp and Cohen Peele was visiting here father. Mr. G. M. NOTICH OK KINI' D."CJI.\R.] I I 15 .aH In' SKI; of HW'4' and 10 "'I..lda. t<-wlt. county, j

carried away from the tem Misses Pauline Green Jean- were visitors to Starke, Friday of Bennett last Thursday afternoon. I I Townxhlp acres In 10. /hanSe HWV4 23. Acres Section(25.00.1. Northwest Houth half qla..t.of Northwest.. and North iinalrer half( ef of ,

id urged the Jew everywhere ette and Ida Johns attended the last week. Those who attended the funeral Notice l I. hereby given that alvty North 211 acres If NKU of NEl't North half of Southw..t 'II.rter of .
darn after dat hereof to.wit the
1I II l at those who undertook to how at.Starke Saturday night. services of Mr. Will Bender of iota. day of November on A. D. 192: Ilb. NK'i northeaxt' of k3E2Y* acres. 814 of of 8F'H13V:'. ,of F.l NKV.of. Township Northwest I quarter south unite of 22 :27. 1. )

I a. Miss Reba Green spent Sunday Before laying linoleum varnish Earl ton last Saturday were: Mr. undemlgncd. ndmlnUtrator of th. I NWV Section S. Townahlp 10, Kane saline being 30 acre more OP I...Ja't
of Mr J. J. Sarah A. Marker
nutate or
23 Acrea the of
I lr- Rebuilding the Temple; with Misses Genevlve and Mildred the wrong side of It. then lay It and Mrs. John Hall and children. : ''de'1lna'rI present euch Mrvouchers ,NH of 22.6.Section 11, Townahlp c...purpose .o.ta"lnl Bald <.- _

w. glad when they said unto Sanders Sunday. over a layer of'thick brown paper. Mr. and Mrs. Madison Hall Mra. administrator, to the account Honorable a* (. >. 10. .HI". Acres 1.1. A. S. crWs I

f t us go Into the house of the Mr. and 1Ilre. J. II. Walnwright This will, af the same time make Clyde Hall. Mr J. P. DIckinson A. flardlnvr, "unlv Judge of Brad- 8i of NC4 of NW<4 & Wits KNIfHIT A.1CNVJHT. filar:..,$ ,, r. ,,'

'' In the seventh month the and two children, Anita and 11. 0., the linoleum wear much longer Mr. Calvin Hall and Mr. Den Hall hi.ford approval County, and Florida.my discharge and. ask far aj of My NW 10,,lUnu of NWVi 11.section 4.00. 12, TOW1 _.lhlr.: for .Complainants.1I.'t.I.I .-. S '


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Bradford County TelegraphEstablished i chewing tobacco though, but those Western Front" in merely series home
I FROM OTHER PENS won't hurt the editor's pooketbookMadlHon of greusome Incidents telling of *
1877 -. ,Enterprise Recorder. suffering and death on the battlefields YOU KXOrn' i
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C "" J.'lorldschoolll: and colleges are of any importance makes an appearance aeroplane CD
Published Weekly on Fridays'and Entered as Second Class Tolcsrupli pays Jackson I! country wields through direct and opening thin week with much larger at all between the cov- And over desert ,n,, I ii-

Matter at the Post Office at Starke, FloridaE. vllJe a compliment! by saying it Inns Indirect channels a formidable attendance than ever before mid ers unless It be the hero's mother Fifteen Anwl'k,,", I II;
dry as the St. JoliiiH river.- Hint often insidious 'Influence In prospects\ very bright for most Imag:ne that In n movie! nut let In far off hl'nth"ll i .
: S. Matthews\ ________-___-__ _____Owner and Publisher Tlmes-Uu ion. all parts of tho frouniry It Is a Successful terms. Florida: educational this be a warning; Mr Laemmle! it \Vo gather 'round i 1"I
Editor --0--- trust that deserves, careful checkIng institutions are among the you make! a love story out of "All And all prick mHe > I",
4. C. Robinson_____________4-___=_______ Managing
Incongnilty: A rich girl with- as to its operations in every best In America and each year Quiet On The Western Front" and .aays' "Well; I h)",
-- --- -- -- ---- out any stockings on at all turning Stnte._.-Klsulmmeo;;!. Valley Gazette.The :plaron them upon a. higher plane. add a'theme song we will shootto me '
SUBSCRIPTION RATE up her none at a poor girl weartng ''--0---4.-. Florida stale Institutions are recognized k'11. '1'lcture Remarque's hero The coldest( day in I,
cotton sto'klngll.-Tlmes U lon cpuutv commissioners of In the educational world singing "In a Cosy Little DugOutFor
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 7Sc-Payable In Advance Ain't nature--and women-grand' ? Dradford county at their September -' as the very hest und with a wonderful Two" or "I'm nee-deep in The Arabs fight ti,l I a
Advertising Rates on Application. -o meeting panned a resolution. record ot achievement for Cooties and( Hend-over-heels In And the Hebrow i> '
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Sign of the times-a touch of fall.0 We know a Tampa wife who'll\ dispute ? cutting or destroying timber larger* corps of instructors and netter keep the\ windows of your ,Oh surely ,word en ''VIII
--- -- _I that.-Tampa Tribune. Even or wood from any of the Plata tax students from monw other states car rolled up until the slag on the Old Undo Abe wll ,I
Dorothy will find one "perfect" lands In Bradford county. Possiblysome As well as Florida.Around. Lawtey road gets packed! down. lIe days "Well b",
Pensacola is planning on entertaining 2,000 teachers at man .before Christmas.o of the people in this part of One woman has already been hit time d
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the state convention set for November 29th. the state should be reminded( that ------(" In the eye and a man had the windshield To get your beryl"
\ Well It deems that the bare they"have no right at all to cut or of his Ford shattered by
---o legs and the bare back 'have come turpentine timber on their land if I Town I tiny rocks thrown from the tires If Mr. ftabrlel \Ilev ", r

Tampa judge makes the surprising statement that a I to stay, so there's nothing now to a tax certificate! Is outstanding .._ _._ ,. of speeding cars. And we should gal I, ii,
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stricter enforcement of the law would reduce crime. look for except I raffle lights. against it, and that they are liableto ,To hear what Uncle, V', II,
Times-Union. Where do,they car arrest and punishment if they All the old things in our office Here's to the man who drives He'd first put on a i '
o ry their tralllc \lights? do. Madison Unterprlse-Reeord- are not on the staff. We ,came four hundred miles to see a foot- And biting off a run/ I a
According to the Tallahassee Democrat before you beginto --o- er. across a picture while rummaging ball game and then gets so tight While gazing atIt..

follow the crowd it is best to find out where the crowd isgoing. The Starke Telegraph thinks ev -o-- through a drawer the other day, that he doesn't know whether he's He'd say, "well boy i ..1 tI Ii
I ery motor car owner should get a With the stretch of State High- sitting! in the new million dollar A very early fall"
"good sized chunk of our state." way Ito' 2 S. the Palatka-Lake City that must date back fifteen or

It oBy They won't got It, but they certainly short route, from Keystone twenty years. The scene Is our .

taxing automatic musical instruments and leaving the are paying for It.-South Jacksonville Heights to Lake Butler complete, ; railway station and surrounding
except for one bridge, indications I
Journal..ten grounds during the height of a .
vv saxophones to run.wild, the law shows a decided preferencefor -- ale that by the end of the year I )
noise.A Just what, would you do ,lf a the thoroughfare will be traver- strawberry season.: How things *
stuttering girl: should say Klsslm-! sible from end to end by makinguse have changed! The picture is as f'jf,
o mee?-Staike Telegraph. Finish of connecting lateral loads. crowded as a Sunday school picnic ffi
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woman drove to the Welaka fish hatchery and told the the Job before she got through In October construction of the and not an auto in sight! The I
4 talking about it.-Perry Herald. A stretch from Keystone Heights to neighs have it. In the midst of
employee on duty that she wanted} to get some goldfish or a
man who refers to kissing as a Grandin will begin, and upon Us the drab farm wagons snootily
setting of eggs. "Job", wouldn't know how to kjss.o ( Completion motorists can j travel stands the old station hack The .
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0---- ---- over hard-surfaced road from one with the fringe around the top. JUfR
what would do it Palatka An Immense oak tree that has long
Just you a that point to by taking,
understand that their loss in busi-
cannot
Business men I stuttering girl should say Klsslm- the county lateral to state high- since gone stands in the foreground ,
ness pays; the advertising costs of the store which advertisesand mee? Starke Telegraph. If way No. 14 connecting at Inter- ; and adds a note of peacefulness -
business coming. her face looked like her voice lachen.-.Palatka News. to it all Men in derbies
'I keeps would Bound I probably wouldn't 0_ women in sailors and negroes in M; Brakes
y o understand her.-New Port RIchey Up In a South Carolina: town the anything they could get their are
Jit It could be said two Georgia bootleggers had a taste of Press. other day the editor bought four hands on. There is only one fam-

1I their reward in the world to come when they were crematedin f _0- cold drinks and the man charged24c War object In the whole picturethe --
I The Gainesville News favors Circuit for them. Asked him If peo- stat\\ l1. The same old station
truck load of 700 gallons of liquor.
a Judge; A. V" Long for gover- ple didn't kick about it, and he that your mama. and.papa knew.
I 0- -- nor of Florida !in 1933.! Judge said not much. They have a luxury The same old station that--oh, All Rigut"but.

Death brought to a close the long and honored career of Long is an able lawyer and Jurist. sales l tax on' up there. He somebody write. a. song about it! .
Previously his name has been men- pointed me to three of tour milesof *
Henry Clay Crawford, secretary of state, and Florida lost a
tioned in connection with the gov- expensive bridge: work over the And now Carl Laemmle, presi-
ernorship. South Jacksonville Santee river over which w& had dent of Universal Pictures, an-
Journal. just II, ridden: without any toll nounces that he will make a movieof h ..- are they?
e-- charge and said he didn't feel like Erich Marla Remarque's book
Justices of the peace over the state are breathing easier It's a good time to change your objecting as long as he was getting "All Quiet on the Western Front.",
.E since their office has been declared a constitutional one and business when politics and state such as that tor what he had to Just how they will do this we can't

"I cannot be abolished by the county commissioners. laws prevent ft from being a suc- pay Bought two or three bars of say. Mr. Remarque's story isifascinallng brakes may seem to slop the car al
cess.-Starke Telegraph.. :Now" Just candy and expected to get touch- but it hasn't the vestigeof YOUR
,I a what does that mean?-1'allaha8- ed two or three cents more on that, a plot. "Oho" you will say, ,',but that is no sign they are propcrl;
I Congressman Green announces he will fight for the see Stats News. Just comment'ng but they don't charge extra on it. "Neither did that movie I saw last I equalized.
poster advertising< a business --
small grower. The congressman's policy of always being on/a --

ready to help the little man helps the congressman. for sale and on the account Democfratlc of Florida party.So politics '''W_;, 'f', 'r '-. ...: ". '. -:-: !'. _:.":t:.':' :;;; '>j{: /011': ""'" :. -.'. '. _' One brake /may lie lighter than- another. At en\\)

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Columbia county tax collector is confiscating weighing many "teeth" In the new Jaws stop you ,more upon gel

r 9 scales on the streets of Lake City. The new license )Jaw put a are proving of both houses defective should that take members a- more strain in the body, more wean on the tread: :

heavy tax on both automatic weighers and musical instru- mall order course in dentistry --- You wear it out faster.

ments.. Bradford County Telegraph. Or
,Jive 'em wisdom teeth.-Delray, WING
-0--- Beach News. Since most' of the J. Perhaps either your front or rear wheels ire: ding

If your business shows a slump, check up on what you trouble with our teeth comes from .most of the braking. If so, the front er mi
V have spent for advertising and you'll find the reason. The the stomach there also might be OF MOTORckb FUEL
4 added a little Intestinal stamina. tires show mere wear, and their life :will be wof!|
stores who advertise are the ones doing the business and mak-
-South Jacksonville Journal.
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ing a profit. ,- --e-. e lcd. .

-oy --- In stating that Hlllsborough};
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y National W. C. T. U. president expresses the opinion that cattleman law are the Starke fighting Telegraphsays the nofen8 It is impossible to build cars with I brakes tint: ro

the young people who drink are imitating their elders.; That the day of open range is draw main perfectly equalized. That is why the late!

,! will be news to the "elders" who have tried to keep up with ing to a close. We trust the Tele- '" i I "'',.''-j"\. provide reached
cars easily adjustments.
Y graph is correct. It Is a consum-
some of the youngsters
mation be wished.
.. devoutly to
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o When cattle no longer roam the Increased tire mileage should pay you for Navinyour
Reports indicate bulb growing to be on the increase in highways automobile fatalities will V
brakes properly tested and regularly ad
Florida. One of the best sections for this industry is right in decrease. -- South Jacksonville _

I I Bradford county and an effort should be made to' get growers Journal -,o--- 10.Your.- justed. Safety also demands it-uneven brake

9 interested in their culture. ,, The governor of Kentucky pro- may cause dangerous skids on slippery paveincnij
poses to investigate the affairs of
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to '1, Governor Carlton showed good judgment in the appoint- the tionship schoolbooktru8t with the public in schools its rela of The old "test" (locking the brakes and notia

ment of Senator W. M. Igou as secretary of state. A prom- Kentucky. This is one big truest CarAT how tires slide over a garage floor) is not cnotiglij

!, inent citizen of Lake county, his training and experience well that with seems little to have publicity been in gettingby every' Regular brake testing apparatus should be used

qualifies him for the appointment he will fill with honor.. state in the union. The gigantic

a 'concern controls' the text books IT'S :DESTUSE !
While we do not have such apparatus, we caj
4 The small community suffering from building ot'hard used in the public schools of the
usually tell by looking at tires whether (II|
surfaced roads is the community where business men cannot your

get out of the old habit and methods $f doing business. Stocks GAIETYTHEATRE this '7-way better Motor Fuel. It not they are being abused by uneven brake Vi

and business methods must keep with changing condi- with dJ!
pace your motor gliding along can then direct you, if necessary,' to a r

tions. practically no effort so you can enjoy the brake-testing establishment.

o real satisfaction of having car run as
Following completion of resurfacing of state road 13 your ...
intended it should. -- The extra &liocc-resilii!
ri north of Starke, the section south'of town is now after a repu- STARKE, FLA.Mon.Tues. the'maker srrEI
A Personal ability cl the
tation for wrecking cars, starting off with three cars Sunday -- -- Experience Cool
the
the '
thc'speed pickup in 11
Enjoy power, I "I TWIST Lody
thought brakes
my
afternoon within a quarter mile of each other and within i!.
1 : ., 30-1 the extra knockless miles that your car I I were working:; perfectly, year Tire reduces ,
minutes.
V thirty fro
i but decided to make lure chances of injury '
Give it the
wants to give Woco-Pep,
o you. by lest. Imagine my surprise strains Imposed l by u 1
+ ;' Bradford county will have express refrigerator service "SIIr1 Di' LADY" King of Motor Fuel that does what gaso I, to discover that the equal brakes, and l tbI l

this winter if no other part of the state gets it. The South- with line CAN'T do-you'll get alt these at I left rear brake was so .. Goodyear trey
loose thlittl
at eontrlbut.d"
: eastern Express signified{ its intention of giving the growers much lower final cost. I very e toit stopping the resists more wear fro!
4 the service without being ordered- do and have Phyllis Haver I 80, I
so, gone 1 I car, and was. causing the eliding-hut, den
ahead with their plans for the coming season. 10th Episode of Tarzan THIS worthy, smooth run opposite tire to wear oft get out of Coodyears
<-mate of Woco-Pep is rapidly. mileage l[>ml'
o the the greater
superrenniylvanlaerode
: Colliding with the rear end of a sixty foot automobile The :Mighty oil that stands up under -We n. Sorn. into them, it iot i econon:|

carrier truck the side of the road and showing .. s extreme motor' heat That'. why to braise.I .
parked on a It's good for a thousand mile of watch: your
a white light instead of a red, a Leesburg resident was instantly Thurs.-Fri. Oct. 3-4 SAFE lubrication per crankcase I f

' t killed. Passing one of these moving contraptions at night is CI' ) car.filL Ad... yean of life to your $ No. 4 of a Series of TaUtskpn I

enough to make a sane driver take to the ditch. "SYNTHETIC SIN" ...
1a aa o '. These Tumi products Gasoline with(for POWERFUL those \: -St Tire Care, byRitch's J"

Visitors to the Forest Fair tobe, held in Lake City No- with who prefer a straight gasoline. )
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prorMea year-round service for
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Colleen Moore every Florida motorist. The stations .
serving them match quality
Comedy-Hot'Times products with quality service.Tl7E ]
Service Station
ernment experiment station is a big asset to Starke, bringing

naval stores operators here from all over the world. .

Saturday, Oct. 5 SEABOARD OIL CO. D lrU..,__ /_ STARKE, FLORIDAr.fm

Saturday the St. Petersburg Times, following a custom of '
TIlE PUKE OIL C
more than 19 years standing, gave its entire edition away free "Captain Swagger" 1

of charge because the sun did not shine upon that city before [ uI

press time. During the 6,941 days since starting the movement with tae

W only ninety-seven issues have been given away.entitling Rod LaRocque ,
claim . .. .. .
that to its of being The Sunshine
city City. 'W' '

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