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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 4, 1929
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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', i' BUl' TOWER Business ClubMeets I SOME: FLORIDA'S FIGHTING GATORSGatorsV ; 1 1I 1I 1I I RefrigeratorCar Berry Committee I II l\utoists Must 1

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'; 'f f"V T( OPEN ONECEMBER MondayLenthal I w to 7 Service Actively Engaged I Pay 1929 Tax To if f '


' I I Ii 15 -- : Moot Question Get 1930 I '
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;'! charge!: of 'v. Mitch Hdwards. chairman of I I

. ----r- Iho program for Monday's meeting I tho committee I selected. by the I 1""

I l "(H', .1111 -rlhtbs- .1 011 1'arluuxcrlx- cf the Uuslness !Men's flub announces 1. Wire 1"1.1Irlln'f'| Inlliniit Itoitdo strawberry! growers; to go Into I Attorney General J ]Fred H. Davis j'J

.fh..I1"" comingin.. he has \secured! Dr. Edwin | DerisionPUmt plans for a county organization J
',' iWllr, :\111) AHM| advised J. M. Burnett, county tax 1.
''j ter !oIc.sawn.I't' I Southers as speaker during! the I announces that he has on hand collector, in a written opinion yesterday t !
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\ -__ I IUII'heolhOIIl', his subject. being City. Oct 1. -- F.xpressnr considerable! data that will ho of defiling the law passed. by 'r''

\ Mankind, Moth Sides of l's and the refrigerator service for the interest to local growers In the I the last legislature governing! ad

{ "II 'erls at the Rhwno! (; I Hack. Dr. Bouthers was culled to l I liamlllmx of the coming strawberryrop \ formation of their organizationand valorem taxnn on auton.oblleH, that "

'i foi' t the season 1929-30 in- i MI'hlglllThul'lIday., going! by "tw Is. still a moot question. ]It I II. Is now awaiting additional information portions who owned automobllci on ;

, hiit the concerts Wll: besuers plane from Atlanta and will return IH. estimated however. In u wireivi'hp ; that the Miller Auction Jan 1, 19'9.! :!: and havo not re- l fi''

"i i of an hour long In the same manner, and expects I Company has. advised Ii on the
I Congressman
\ I on Instead of a half hour to he back here Sunday for ; II. J. Drane] that the way. This Information deals with I fluent, must\ go before the county

'I,1 regular/ concerts w'll he hips! appointment. I Irond.t.. which have been! ordered methods( uK.'dly\ the* growers III tax aseeexe". and have the assessment !

Ily four Jays a wt'ek- _. I tho Louisiana section and Itsurihul :
''I" 9 to Innugurnhtime services!' December upon made and limn pay the tax "

i "", Tuesdays, Thursdays ..tnda City Council In I lilt, may appeal the proposition the committee will be : t thereon before they can procure :J .

'"," '. al 3 o'clock. yet.Congressmt. :.d together and consider the t C':1Il'I' 1930 llcensa togs for the curs. The t .

., ,' nlng concert will he on SessionThe I >t$7ILtr0N ", u Drane's wire was I tire proposition license tax on automobiles Is due .

nil the above schedule 1 I Regular I to H. Anderson, secretary, of The committee Is meeting with I Jan 1 of each year, but In most

",, ''I I i h ''I I owul out until AIU.t11/i/ I tho Plant City Growers Association considerable encouragement/ from counties tho authorities! grant a .

tl!1' ,.J I 'celtalK will ho given at city council met In .regular I in reply to a wire sent by our strawberry growers accordingto I grace period of the purchase of

V i h noon on the following session October let with the following -i .. I Mi\ Anderson! on behalf ot the Mi.' i 1. .lwnd. and It Is their In the purchase of tags. :'

Crowenf Association: last Saturday tendon of calling the growers together Tho law General J.
d.. members present : CF.. --- i new as Attorney -
I. Ii l Robert: I 1C. Lee's blrthniii Hoover chairman! (i.V.. Alderman 1'E ; 7LaftiAravt.VS'trt' ; for the final organization Davis puts It. simply means x

I 1 J. ', 'y 19 t. A. Davis. Minutes of the I )%" ?/; ON 'I -" 1 1gaycB ,I Mi. Anderson's wire to !Mr. meeting us soon as they have timeto that those\! who are subject to ad J t.ff

11 h birthday., January 25/ last meetings!; Wl'l'e'l'all and ap !, Drano was as follows: go over the plans of other organizations valorem or personal) tax on their

\hl ii, tic Lincoln's. birthday, proved. i "It U rumored hero that t railroads and select what they automobiles, for 1929 and whose I '

I I' '..11111\ 1 V" Tax Assessor C. A. Knight presented I II will not furnish express earn think best for covering local con nsBesini"nt for automobiles has not I \
a
i I; "1 ..:' \ 'ashlngtoil's birthday his assessment for 1929, N \'o'omlllg berry crop. Growers ditions. This meeting will likely been "recorded on the general coinI I t

I' ''II ,nv ._ and the same was approved. putting out crop and 1 !It t i Is Important he called within the next ten days. I ly tax roll must pay the tax In

i.' unilv \\111 Ihduy. February 25.. After payment of routine bills they know. Please fTII11 -.- order to oMaln 1930 l.cenne tags, .

I' 'HIIIH hihday.\ April 14. tho old council adjourned slnle' \ and l advise if orders of InterstHteCommerce NTT 1'ItOit''I'S'Glri.';;. despite' the fart that under long t ,

I' .1, I iMi "'s at sunrise April die. i Commission to furnish I'oxlstlng stale laws& the owners of ,

New officers elected were swornIn express( curs' will bo carried out Under: a recent ruling of the taxable lmupotty, uutomob Included -

M h, i n Uii >'" r the famous hl'll-1 by Notary A. S. Crews as follows i coming season" United Slate department of Internal are granted until March I

i'h' l 1'1'I i ', )h')', pi yes the car'llon I : "Plant City Growers Association: revenue (tho "nut products," 31 of each year to pay their taxes ,

t .iin, wl I .1 I give the concerts Alderman O. W. Alderman, C. "R. M. Anderson! Secretary" which have recently been selling for the year preceding. I 11

i ?,,1111',, I iliuseu' Son, and from. alII F. J Hoover. f 1 acs t ) Congressman: ]Drnne's, I'l'piyIIS very widely have been subjectedto llrni-H (Law \VII1 Ito \tl4w'krtl ''j

i?ui t), ,.Luau tilt uBands of people Clerk treasurer and tax collector as follows: a tux of lOc per pound because\ Although not dc-ul'iig at length I \ ':

'wii hi present on the days which C, A. Futch. "'You,' night letter 'went y-et.uhmt they have been declared to be colored wit 11 I the constitutional phases of l j f

I held. The 'arll-I Just received Commissioner Interstate 1 oleomargarine.; This ruling: tho new law, Attorney General ( }
,Iii.! ., ,?,,n. .>rts a e ( Tax Assessor, C, A, Knight/ J \ ; t
i lon IS lulvertlbxl throughout the Marshal, A. L. Alvarez s a I Commerce Commission tid l also makes It necessary"' for a retail Davis" said ho had already, been noI' I :

ho hall received no advice" merchant\ lo have a special II- tilled by who have : I '
,,1\1,\ i. country, "d a large major- The new council organized by' vines persons engag- f !
,iv of) those wily I take the oppor- re-electing C.' F. Hoover ('hair-I r J.1n'ftIsY';;; 'ifJ,. 1 !I i """"-r "\, iiI-! I order will not bo compiled with. mouse to handle these Items which ed co.miel that the the act will be I e i

nl I seelifS\! the beautiful man. 1 aooPIll.EI'tO 'IIIMII.
Mountain Luke< Bunciuary( and Appointment! of committees to CANNONBALL LLrDa'pBtCEE I ,allure to obey order of {'ommIKI year. "I am making tliM lel'er full and t '

the bell '. be made by the chairman at a later I I sion. Infor'Tinl r.dvlsed: however I Them has been a groat amount complete," I the attorney general I I'
h> urmg bopllMII'of fire with the varsity"Monkey"
ru'lroads. giving mailer I of and 1 court action over wroto, to all r
date. There being only three members M.I 1 that tiro : argument 80 as cover phases
has" lots of room for 1'
INSU11.1N1: present it was decided! to post- I development born' phys Bully and lerlod'i: consideration \I.. p.s 1 flue legality" of the "nut products"and of the Situation, and I am e.ldeaYI r I
PL'It'll.l4IM; to the ilble will arrive lit Homo decision the hlll'l'lIlof\ !!'nterntil revenue. I cuing\ to HO construct the act as
'Cl I pone council appointments Play Saturday technically but ho has three <
yearn
1G1. next meeting at very early dal e. Appeal maybe has apparently gained 11111 point and 1'' lo he nblo to defend the 'dttacfe);: ; ,
to do It lu. Ibis broken field run 1 tl
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taken' to court Will advise made( Its ruling\ effective. when m ide.
I .. Davis
!Mr I A. was appo'ntedby !
ning during practice\ sessions| hut '
t I'h. 0111 established Insurance\ ( the clmlman a member of the (By BILL ]DUNCAN) rivaled that'of Criibtreo.: I as IIJOK( have defnlle Information. The miiuufacturers of these pro 1'olutlng out that the new' law ,

i i IIIHH. Known as t\he R- JHavls aviation committee of the )Florida Gainesville, Oct. 2.--Florida's The Gator] 1.110 I went through the ( diiils have been marketing then[ did lnCtt her onto effective until June f I

1 A< (t.n operated\ \ MYA.. J, Thom- Stale Chamber of Commerce.The Cantors will play their first SouthErn Southern tilt w.th: considerably 'Ml. J. ]Drum) In good faith sis cooking compounds 21, 1929, niter the. imaonsmtuit for ; ': :

fm i the past seveiV! al! years, haw council adjourned to the: Conference game of the season and effectiveness than I for about four years! The Iho current year had closed Da- '

h 'ni purchased by HaV old C. Wall. next regular meeting. tomorrow, In meeting V. M. L, wait more snap- /practice sessions. At I Dutch Shell Co. "\tut products", were designed and vln' hold! "there Is neither u re- /1

announced 'Ve Inesday, the down In Tampa. Coach Bachman's put on tho mnrkeet !to-mort a long n'llretnent not any authority\ ; to as- A
win'
I the same time It must be I't'm'mbered -
of Oc1h to be In from (the consumerfor Buss motor vohliloH for 1929
\ felt demand on
as I'ellownedlarKe8 appear
,. consummate11
j.| u being I I'LAVT: .\ IIKitKJ. : .: that not a man In the Moo-\ Will Open Plant
i ,,\r I iKt !Mr. ThomaV has been"hv' I -- excellent shape for the battle uu':'n forward wall weighed over a 1'Wk'l1lfnt compound which the separate motor vehicle IIHHOSS- '
of the agency wh'le! at the sumo time word I ,_ : could 1 hA used 1 for any and 1nlllmr-1 Input t roll provided by section\ one I
charge
i" I A. Bauer of Jud on a, Arkan- 180 pounds The Rotors are supposed t
business from the Flying Squadroncamp III the kitchen The modern' All 1929! assessments of mo'or vehicle j
of tt1 1e the comes I It was learned from 'a reliable poses
-e i' "' his purchase <;IIM. spent several days In to outweigh V. M. ]. by ten
I .",..1 un', ,"r the present It wJ 11 1 be COIl-< Slarke-Lnwtey strawberry sect Ion that the Cadets are preparing pounds--at least according In source lust week Hint sale of the I trend of things!; lu the food line III'' -. must Ie continued. on the<

, '" mi.I I under his management at looking over the strawberry crop.Mr. to give Florida the fight of news wafted down from" Virginia bulk plant on Madison street had for I tho housewife to buy "pl'l'lmr-1 general asKesfctnenl roll but foi

Call and their lives. V. M. I. considers this been made to the Dutch\ Shell 011 ed" mixtures such as (' 193(1: ( all automobile assessments : ,
ime location, corner \ H.uier Is one of the large strawberry I Mrs. Dale Van Sickel. wife ofFlorlIa's I I ,
i ",uri" streets. plant dealers of the country, Kiirno the high spot of her schedule ) AlI-Americun end and I Co. liy !Messrs.\ Alexander! and \pancake flour and other (Items nf' will he on n. separate" roll prjvlJocl ,.!
will her Intends to make The theory of the for by \section! ono of I the act." .
Mr. \VM mtl- and team Lnlmy of Waldo' and the company I similar nature. -
in.. purchase by his firm handling; orders for I Miss Lupe Vflez, celebrated film
local Agencies and I tha most of It.Overconfidence. of' has taken over the property. Thesale manufacturer of the nut productswas Tampa Tribune, Sept 27. ,
ii-olldate the two llonn of plants every year It star engaged In the production] I
the could 1 wreck soverulwtek lino with this trend.\ This W. '
In been pending for n 4
his I -
.lI\el! his years of experience considerable number of them coming I IFiortda'n a picture down In Tampa, are tho
pennlt hIm ] title chances In this and was finally closed during compound( was a mixture of edible ,IX'I'XTn: IX .l.| \|lb 1" i
'ui urance" business will to Drudford and I other strawberry sponsors) of the game I tomorrow. \
', .{'V" policy holders elllcie"11 net produc'ng. counties of Flor I game;; V M. I., with considerably Hill ]Diu-kwall, president of the the past week. No annoiincoI \oils, water, salt and 1 I'olnrlllmut\ II --- '1
the less prestige than the "Fighting has been made by thin ter. The oils were used for a base
\ An soon as It Is possll'J* ida. On his way to Florida he student body at Florida and Henry I I merit purchasers Jacksonville Oct. 2. Behind
Into Gators" might be rated as the underdog of their 1)lalllImt It isunderstood The water was added! to make thnlonipound
AH agencies will be placeu went through the berry sections of King, motion1l1'tul'e\ director, | II tlio barred I doors of a large cell, a05yearold
; she has everything to gain considerable additions I. \ easy to mix, with flour
i'HC office. Mississippi. Louisiana and Ala- are. the escorts.\! l man \sits! passively la
short and nothing to lose With FloridaIt will ho made to the bulk capacity and other Ingredients. Tho salt
bama and reports probable the county jail today.
Is Just the opposite. Should the the and It Is probable n wan added lo get away from the
: of I yard,
of dry weather.Loullllana'K i He has
RlhlISIIILI5I'.1ht1R: ,N HI- crop on account lived In this city for 35< ,
Gators concentrate their collective the flat tasto of the usual run of fats
Bids Called OnExtension filling station will be built on '
VOKK1JVtlng crop will be about one- years, but until yesterday he did
minds on what lies ahead, rather Madison: side of the property available for cooking purposes.
third smaller than last year. I not even know the location of the
I than what they will have on their! Tho mixture was colored 1 to a rich .
state Mr. Bauer left Monday for Plant of 28 jail.
,I; on orders from the hands"' the Soldier Boys from LING LK.ilPIM: 11: shade of yellow so I Hint when It I
)Fpperecl'Monday City and Lakeland where he will Ills proudest boast Is that ho
Sheriff
board
pardoning ,
Virginia might cash In and every- I HEI'Bt.X"X'f; was used/ as an Ingredient In n
!! the situation there. lute lived cleanly all his life and I
arrested Ury Reddish an look over crop I
.': thing or anything would happen. The state road department Is advertising --- food as 11 I frying or seasoning I
leaving here he made ar- humus never crone: anything of which ;
held l him for the officials of tile Beforo Nor Is their any reason why V M. for l hide on Hint section For the first time In eight agent It would 1 Impart a pleasing I

,, itatt' prison farm where he was I f::.fgynents{ for a local representative I. should not be cons'dered a formIdable of state road 28 from Keystone years u full crop of long leaf ,pine rich appearance lo the flnlnhed: ho Is ashamed.! t ,
I for hIs Plants Yet today he sits In the county Ji-i y
,, returned the same afternoon to toTT3tf4W>rierB opponent. Last. Saturday Heights to Florahome, the bid1'" to seed Is due to spread over the product of the kitchen \.
natlon to I while
jail hit wife and children
'"impleto serving a three year senni and will give thV .f.. !.. Richmond was defeated, 40-0 and be opened at their meeting of October millions of acres of long leaf pine 'rllnopIIIIlrlt\ )' of these om-- '
OctofiCVMHS. wait for him In their Ulverslde. 'i
for cattle stealing He was the growers during\ *- the week before she downed 281 h, This I project Is 12.r.:1'm'll's : lands In Florida, according to Harry pounds grew. very rapidly because home / t

evicted i with others In the clr- ---.-- nampden-Sldney, 190.They are In length and when completed Leo Baltnr. ntato for.<
,itourt' here of the charge and : \"101.oIWK! \l' talking up In Virginia of a passing will furnish a hard surfaced attention to the p5cullurllyof !! .1 j hnusbwlfe WIIIILt'IThu\ result of long And time.they For may Charles have to J. Weeks.wait a,., I, t

1 \r-'d fourteen months of his term combination that doe out- road from Lake. City to Paint ka, this( tree which gives forth a'' tlilt! growth: obviously was much\ ) I
saddened
Jacksonville\! Inventor. Ins buen I
1 'ore being granted a conditional The entire community was ingeous th'ngs- Captln Hawkins, through use"' of existing roads at full seed crop only { very. 5 to :n onslernntlon among the producersof :
sentenced to for
mornIng prison
;,irdon. No advice has been red to hear last Saturday nuarter and Scott, star end. Then ]Flora home and Lake Holler. The year>!. other food 1 Items and the final contempt
wife ofLacy of court by Federal] Judge Lake
I ,' from Tallahassee why tha that Mrs. Viola Sweat, i there is Dunn, big fullback and original route of road 28 Is much Quoting! Mr. Lenthal Wyman In result was lo bring: about a ruling )
the great Jones. Hn may remain' there un- I 1'1'
I II II II "'don was ordered revoked, buth Sweat had )passed lo Friday McCruy, an excellent punter, and \shorter! but the road departmentwill charge of the Southern Kurfwt Fx- placing a lax and license iipcn the til he delivers his synthetic I t
I
I understood the action was beyond at 12:15: o'clock Ifoltrclaw sophomore ball ca-rylng make use of the longer route pirlment Station, of the U. S. Forest new product III an effort to restrictIts for making' 1now type process ot' I

I ukon on complaint of state prison night!! sensation-each slated to appear until next year when their plans! Service< who has kept an accurate Hale.
confined to bel'bed .., gasoline to Pratt tlrothers ot At-
''' 'rule because dealings between MM.\ Sweat was In the Tampa stadium tomorrow.\ Include the completion of the highway ; record. of these"' pe1'lolllcRN'dUngll. -- --
with lama, who bought It at a recent
weeks \
'"1 ddlsh and certain prisoners at for the past three i Southern's !Moccasins\ this year from Lake City to nunnell.rorvrv \. : the slate forester states I \M\TIIKIt'' : : ItIi'Olri: : sale.' :
followedby court
orison dengue and malaria fever the weakest and lightest aggregation I I that the last! full crop was In 1921 1'\' \
..... which! left If he does tint deliver the formula '
paralysis 1929.
I y a stroke of to represent the Methodist .UJKNT; ; KICKKV.KIK ; .1 and the lust full crop before! that Week ending October 2. I
the ( formula a
end. .us tor
TIIHOUM: Tl'ltNS speechless until the offered the In 191,1. In 1921: according ]Date Max. Mln. Preclp. erne
her \! school for a long lame: I n \ : IN to Judge
Her dt'lIlha'i a great;;. shoe'' Gators: little mora, than a prolonged __ to( the experiment: statlolis records 8* rt. 25 89 71 rr years a
Lake Jones, keep him In jail
"it', against! railroad ('om'II her many friends and. u' scrimmage session last Satur Agent ]Klck' nbaker -.\'ill : there was about 1-3 of a crop but Sept. 2'; 88/ 74 ) .4 r. can .

., ,, for Injuries and. damages Mrs. Sweat was born at Macclenny 1885 I day. Only a few conclusions maybe be In Gainesville 'all the week of Uiln year will see an almost unprecedented 8i".t. 2V hO 70 .12 Indefinitely"I know I federal am Innocent ofltrlal of i say.

" wing out of highway grade on the 1st day of October drawn from the result, but Sept. 30-October 5th attending the I supply sowed by mother Srpt. 28 89) 71 .011 any ,
of Weeks slmllngly said
winos
ting accidents are not unusual. and was the youngest daughter!: among them must be this: Royce annual county agents and home nature. Sept. 29 82 72 .16 yes'tcrday
.
"so whatever happens 1 ;
'I. \suits! instituted! : on behalf oft Mi': and Mrs. Daniel Kaulerson.When was Goodbread Is due to be one of the demonstration: agents conference In such years the I state! forester Hr>r.t. 30 ,31 75 GU can face the world unashamed. I

i companies or their em- thirty years of age she greatest backs In the country this Therefore the county agent; nice! points' out that only forest fire Oct. 1 8-1 73 .'12 hold "
In no grievance against anyone. \
,'' veea! against automoblllsts In married to Mr Lacy Sweat ytar. Goodbread weighs 192 here will I bA closed during this prevention Is needed to Insure 11 }e- O'l.I 1 61 l -- ,I He sat on the edge of the small] !,

'nnectlon with accident: of this Bradford. county. husband pounds, and Is a ten-second man; time, however, all communications nuato regeneration of this valu- Total rainfall 2.11 Inches. Iron cot, for which he gave up his

nature do not often occur In theniwa. Besides her devoted and onebrother you can't beat that. On the Initial should he mailed to the odlce here able tree. The methods. of securing 4 luxurious home. Hostile him; rested 1" j

On occasion, however, the .ho leaves four sisters n' play that the first team pulled after and vhalt be given attention Immediately I the "greatest value from such \v. o.v.. a HlUe. HP was taking I.Is lmprlxonmeiir > "
J. g-
!Mrs. J Starko Grove No. 218 Woodmen "i
Namely "shock I will be brought out at the '
De- the
vnrm. turns and a report from Starko; It had supplanted next week upon return n crop calmly, with malice\! towards .
''al\I ..'. Georgia conveys the Intelligence don Mrs L. J. Moore of Jacksonville troops," Royce galloped sixty-five! ing from the conference. I First Florida State Forest Fair'' Circle, will meet Tuesday evening none. He does this, hisayn

that last week the widow Mrs'\ L. A. Crawford of yards for a touchdown-no doubt which It* to be held at Lake City. Oct 8th at Masonic flail\ ,
GlenSt. because that Is what the Bi-
W. H. Rhoden of lu aerial and November: 13, 14 and 1R, 1929. At Every member Is asked to be "
n locomotive engineer wall given Mrs. an spectacular an even as a Tampp.'s flrts( express '.
of blo teaches> He quoted the vers
Lewistllulerson\ Visitors to be present arecord'ully
verdict for $13,500. Mary and took game played last Saturday. Clyde passenger service began Saturday this fair actual demonstrations present. about turning the other cheek, c I.
I /Engineer: McLesky was operatIng :Jacksonville. The funeral Crabtree continues to be as of old with arrival of three IlellancaPacemaker will be carried on with various : Invited. The sliver tea .
hi
night
Furthermore
400
every ;i'
at : for Oct. 10th
a Seaboard train place Saturday afternoon -his thrlrty-flve yard return of a monoplanes at the municipal tractors, plows and harrows In that wan planned .
passenger UevW. for Judge Lake Jones, hi
later prays
until
Lich at the Dyal'I.'metery to that Red Mc- They ]landed on the construction of fire lanes. will be postponed a '
i collided with an oil truck o'clock pastor punt testified ; airport. says and for the Atlanta Com; :.
"'in Moody of Lacrosse Bacfcrnan's confidence time at 3 o'clock and tual costs will be kept and date.
a crossing In the town of Sta- M. Baptist Ewan Justified ) scheduled AC-I puny which pressed the suit. 4

'ham, Ga., on February 4th 1928..: Primitive In shifting him to quarterback were greeted by a large crowd. P. lated to an acreage basis More than seventeen hundred He would not .dUcuss the form :

'I''' locomotive and several of the S-TtSTSiSrS-! by his cool-headed manipulation G, n. Morris, operat'ons managerof an opportunity. for land '
girls are In attendance at the FlorIda ula saying thcf: a court lr.jurctof
ar McLesky'I of the shock troops; Ed Sauls the line was greeted at the fieldby and naval stores operators to seethe ,I I .
were derailed and of D. C Jones I I State College and this shows forbade him (CD do so. Ills klndl(} '
of
that actual cost of protection \
directlull
fact
the WarrenV.
evidenced McKay.
the
Vas Mayor
killed Instituted under further
The widow beautiful floral big Increase over last year despite tones heated nothing of what M
hit against the oil mortl"an Many Capt. Rainey! Cawthon la due for Lewis, In behalf ot Mayor Walkerof tholr acreage. In addition to fire a ,
the owner of friends and the MedflY" and other socalled thought of the possibilities of hit if
m-k, alleging that the negligence offerings were sent by plenty of competlton at fullback; New York, extended the mayor lane demonstrations there will bedemonstrations calamities that have made some synthetic gasoline. '1 ICE i,1
In the pUntlng
'"" expected of him;; mutual -satisfaction for thecloser and raining of forest tree'seedllagsand
death of her and a Jury the 4 all that was millions of dollars how
husband that future of the state. With all the Is worth I
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naval store
Johnson Phlel. with his aggressive contact available to conservative operations H 4
Spuds now
"ting De'atur Scabby
In of
the girls
court and
city boys stato schools and the private ,
< 11 club g1ves farm In the first quarter, hinted at the two cities through the new line and motion pictures on ever.Weeks ''
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Ga., rendered the aforesaid to meet together, play situation In Florida.Mt schools showing(. a big Increase In was placed In Jail yester: .
the forest
li verdict. "n opportunitY and work tOfetller. chances of his becoming a star of air transportation. attendance the school year of day after be had given a final t. ['

The Seaboard Air Line Railway play together, tackle In the Brennan.near future."Monkey" dimlnultlve. Keystone Heights. Construction Dora "The Grill" openedfor 1929-30 promises much to the fusal to obey the court order lib i

also Rued the same defendant Dank of Paco business In Mt. Dora hotel. youth of our state. sentence Is Indefinite .
which Dade City third string quarter received' his of power plant) completed.
been
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eating; things about Mexico but Please bring money for rings as ,, <.;'.7:_ :
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B. H. S. JOURNAL since yesterday, my mind dwells soon as possible t ;!/w "' : TIIERESSA

only on this particular scene. m'It JI .;[of" ._'r:!' tf iif Miss Rhoda Zelglcr C4 ..

We are right outside the city In What would happen if: .
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:l N"'foIl'.U'U 11'1'\1"1" u magnlflclent temple which Montezuma Annie Mae wore hose to school? L\\.W.

Eclltor-lnChlof ."._ __ __ .__ PAUL KNIGHTAMUiBtnnt the emperor has given us Gertie "cut" a class? Mr. and Mrs. H. C. M$
KilHon. ... .. PEA11L13: MANNING, EVA MAHCOTTB to use. They do not suspect It but "Scootle" lost her gum? Thy word is a lamp unto my feet, and a light unto my path.-P alm 119105.: Putnam Hall were visiting'\ 1b

} Jnke Editor _. -.-,__, ______ __.,_ LEAH BTKUTH in two days we march against the Miss Mitchell bobbed her hair? Mrs E. S. Sibley Saturdo*
SenIor Reporter ______n__._n____ LENA BELLE 8IHSPATID city. I fear that we have an awful Guy made zero on a lesson? iJl: 'rtnrllAfJru1: All religious teaching doctrine or M.1. and Mrs. Den Pot" a nch'ldren
Junior Reporter ,___ __ ..un_.. ______ ___n ANNIE MAE PEAUCB Hazel A. lost her beau? creed, if they are to have any claim Hall* ww
of Putnam
ahead of If
struggle us. we are
I Sophomore Reporter _.__n_.._____________. BEN STEHN ERG upon the love, loyalty and devotion of the people, must bin harmony with
Freshman Reporter ___.__.nn.______ MA'Pt DROWNLEE: victorious, I shall consider it aconquest Muriel S. passed a note? the teachings of Jesus the Christ whose words fit into every fold and creviceof lung Mr. and Mrs. C. A|
Soeclal Reporters _..___._ ESTELLE KENU.tICK HALLIE JONES of Ignorance as much an Clara Louise got to school on the human heart) and of whom it was said in John 7:46"NEVER MAN blood Saturday night.
of wealth. Should be time? SPAKE LIKE ThIS MAN." Mr. A. II. Johns of Stij nl
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come and never return, I ask you Strut got "meek? I What Is promised when we ask thoughts and our conduct. Our visiting at the home of It \1
The fourth year teachers' train- coatl, every year. Yesterday was I Pearl M. passed algebra? aftern
to pray for our souls. have learned seek and knock? Answer, read- duties toward God and mankindare Bennett Saturday nn
Ing class have begun the study of the day on which this ceremony Louise H. used ,
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1 that the Aztecs do not kill their slang Matt. 7:7.Matthew: well set out in this statement Mrs. L. O. Sibley re 9n l

American history. In order to took place. enemies. They capture them and Mr. Harrison got cross? 6:19, 20, 21. Jesus "Salvation is all of grace, and the her home in Melrose Fri tut II'
motivate the work Miss Fernandez Huge mounds large All the handed In their time he .
as as some either decree another day of sacrifice reporters Interest spending some W IJ,
will -
sa iLay:. not. up for yourselves best we can do -never pay
let us study the "Discovery of our homes are built up toward to the Gods or hold them prisoners news on time But It friends: and relatives.
treasures upon earth where moth on the obligation.
and Exploration" period by writing the sun. On the top of this moundIs until the next year when all and rust doth corrupt, and where la a recognition of the debt which: The services held at the Run, ,,

letters as if we were early explorers. a large oval-shape stone In front the captives undergo the horrible GAINKHVILLR IIICJH WISH thieves break through and'steal: IT fully acceptable to our great church last week under t tj i ui

The following letter writtenby of a small altar. The altar Is'' tortures that I have related to you OVER TOn ,\lJo.: 27.0 20. But lay up for yourself treasures Creditor. Since God needs noth- management of Dev nlan
Eva Marcotte was voted the elaborately decorated with gold, In this letter. If defeated Lake enjoy ,
we are In heaven where neither render love and Kingsley were I?
l ing we can save
best. It ia written as one priest silver and jewels. Stairs leading'' it is most probable that we will Local Hoys OiitrhiHHCMl By folD!'!''''" moth nor lust doth corrupt and worship, further payments must large audience: most every! It 1'1' ,.

who is with Cortez writing to an- to the altar are built on one side be sacrificed to Inetzalcoatl at ('ha'w'8. where thieves do not break thru be made through our fellow men. The weather was so uufuf \ '? ,I,

other one back In Spain: of the mound. i an early due.I nor steal. 21. For where your It this obligation Includes, even it prevented many people a] I: tI ,

Mexico City, Nov. 6, 1619. Each year the members of the have no objection to my letter (By Dill Duncan) treasure Is, there will your heart man's physical needs, how much some of the services.Mr. .

Reverend Father Ramirez. tribe that have led the most per- being published. I hope it will Bradford's Tornadoes collided! be also. more must our love minister to his and Mrs. Mabrey <*ffBonvllle r I I.

Cartagena, Spain. fect and most blameless lives dur- make the Spanish people appreciate with Gainesville's Purple Hurri- Luke 12:15.: Jesus said unto spiritual and eternal welfare." were visiting Mr. i
Most Gracious Father: ing the year are sacrificed. Each their faith and their Cod. cano last Friday, and were con- them, Take heed, and beware of Do we recognize our debt to God C. A. Youngblood Sunday ,I"

Upon landing in this new and Aztec tries to live so that he maybe Yours In Christ, siderably outclassed by Lamar covctcuness: for a man's life con- and Chlrst? Do we render them noon.

unknown land, I marvelled at Its sacrificed the following year. Reverend Father Culvas. Sarra's light, speedy organization.The s'steth! not in the abundance of the love and worship !in payment of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Ze' tile,

beauty, its wealth and that whichI To them It Is considered both a home boys held their: oppon- things which he possessed our obligation? Do we serve God L. C. Zolgler of Galneuv ,,11,,
pleasure and an honor to be killed II. II. ((4. NOTES;!! ents scoreless In the first quarter, visltiig their parents MrJTand M
would have then termed its high Prayer: It Is not by might nor fly serving, aiding and caring: for

degree of civilization. I gazed as and offered to the Gods. We are especially! proud of two but early In the second Lytton by power, but by my Spirit salth individuals who need help? J. J. Zeigler Sunday.

In a dream at the glittering temples How true these heathens are to of our graduates of last Ashmore cracked the Ice by tho Lord of Hosts. We should remember that In Mr. and Mrs. J. R. D cklnsl'
year
the glistening shrines and their religion! And how anxious namely Nolan Canova and mil breaking through the line for a Matt. 25:35-40: Christ said, "I Gainesville, were vlsltiig Mr ,,m,,,<,1 i

P the wonderful l bridges. The natives they are to be sacrificed to a I Duncan. As probably know short distance' and .a touchdown. A I was hungered and yet gave me Mrs. J, P. Dickinson Fr /day nigh

appeared to be of a barbarous nature worthless Idol. Oh! that our peo Nolan was chosen you as the best radio furious rain burst upon the Ala- I r r SUNDAY SCHOOL meat and thirsty and ye gave me Mr. Oscar Dickinson! of Gain, ,

but their methods of agricul- ple were so true, that we had such of boy his In chua fair grounds grid shortly be- I LESSON drink In as much as ye have ville was a visitor herlo Suturd.i,

ture and their style of architecture faith. How many of us would the singer Gainesville any section and age is fore the end of the half, and I done it unto one of the least of Mr. and Mrs. C. tlullvan .unisons t

seemed to indicate that they were be willing to give up our lives for to go- wound up with a stead drzzle! that these my brethren, ye have done it Percy and Fell*, and hliSulllvan's '
to St. Petersburg competeIn
Ing
( remained during the of the For tx-lober U F, lon: father and .
rest sister Aha
& highly civilized race. our God? Our Christian God who the state contest. Here's wishing -, unto me.
: This ia one Instance where the suffered and died for us? We ran him luck. And then Bill Duncan game. Both teams had a hard Subject: recognizing our Deb' to Paul says, Mom 4:5: "11111 faith: M. Bennett and Rlith Uenn.. I

first Impression was not most last- Indeed be thankful that we are I recently made the Glee Clubat tlmo holding the wet ball, and It Others Is counted for righteousness," .':rd attended the Union 1 meeting,.'

Ing. Yesterday it was proven' that Christians, but let us try to be less the University of Florida, whichis was swapped at least five times by olden Text: "Look not every James says "Faith, It It hath not Ralford Saturday and i Sunday
I
I these people are ignorant in regard -; selfish, to. live In such a way that quite an honor; all of which fumbles. man on his own things but every works, is dead, being alone" We Mr. and Mrs. W. T. / Vall ace ha"

to the most Important thingin I wo will be happy to die. speaks well of tile training Joe Harstfleld, 125-pound substitute man also on the things of others." are saved by faith but by such as their guests his /brother Mi,

the world. I shudder to think I The way In which the living which Mrs.very Wall gives in our h'gh! quarter was the only one Phil. 2:4.Lesson. faith as causes us to serve God. Joe Wallace and fa/oily of G", ",

1 of a race so advanced along some ,victims are sacrificed Is moat cruel. school glee club. who had much running success, Text: Mark 12 : 28-34 ; gig this week
j linen, who know nothing of our ; Each one In turn is laid upon the his shifty stride carrying him for James 2' 1417. PROGRAM: Mr. and Mrs. A.1 L. Bennett d i

"all good, all merciful God" as cold oval stone and cut open by Dr. Starr of the Methodist several long gains in the last half. In one of God's first statements Clearwater were v kiting relath..

In this case. the strange and heartless Aztec 'church of Lawtey, was with us for His forty yard run for a touch- Ho said (Gen. 2:18): ) "It is not Program of the New River Associational here Sunday.

t Just twenty-four hours ago I priests. Their beating hearts are chapel exercises last Thursday. lIe down in the final period may be good that the man should be B. Y. P. U. meeting We are sorry to report that MiA

gazed upon a most horrible scene, torn from their struggling bodies us an interesting talk using considered the feature of the game. alone." There Is a natural Inclination with the Antioch Baptist church L. Sullivan Is Very ill at tlu-,

t one never before witnessed by and to make sure they are dead gave as his text 1 Cor. 13th chapter. Capt. Durant Ashmore and his in all normal persons to October 13, 1929. writing. We all wlf sh him a i speed"

Christian eyes, one so impressive they are thrown down this long Dr. Starr hopes to visit us the 'brother, Lytton scored the other associate together. Such associations 2.30 p. m. Devotional, J. T. recovery.

1, '1'1',1' that I shall never forget It and one stairway to the foot of the mound. fourth Thursday of every month. two touchdowns. create rights and obligations Harris. M.'. and Mrs. SJ M. Dodd WI", .,

so bloody and cruel that my blood This fall alone would kill an or- Bradford's team appeared to which we must respect or we do 3:00: p. m. Business the pleasant visit/ors of Mr. und

rte turns cold at the very thoughts of dinary white man. The bloodthirsty Bradford's -next football have very little defensive strength. our neighbors wrong. God has 3:20: p. m. Song "Loyalty to Mrs. W. T. Walla/e Monday afternoon ,
gameIs
""jl 1 it. I people are lined up on one Lake after- Most of the tackling and line! play proclaimed laws regulating our relations Christ", Congregation.; ,
with City, Friday
'i I! ': It its the custom of these Aztec side of the mound. They enjoy seemed decidedly defective. Sam with other people and 3:25: p. m. Address of welcome, D,'. Thomas oil Gainesville ami
3 o'clock
noon, October 4th at on
people they are called to offer this cremeony and watch every the Lake City field. According to Alvarez did most of the ball carrying showing the duties of Individuals Lonnle Parker. Dr. Middleton of jstarke, were pr.fesslonal .

several of their people as a sacril part of It hoping that they will be and turned In several long toward each other. But our obligations 3:35 p. m. Instrumental solo, visitor/ at the home ,?.i
all reports, this Is to be a very interesting
l fortunate enough to undergo the gains. Glenn McMillan at quarter : to obey these regulationsare Miss Geneva Hurrell. A. L. Sullivan Mjonday night.
all the
as boys are
hid- Same torture next year. game Capt. Gator Inman at center, and primarily to God. King David 3:40: p. m. Sword I drill, Antioch Mrs W. R. Gl/llyard of Hastini.
in fine shape, and are eagerly
Redgrave at half did good work committed and Pine Grove Jun'ors. arrived here /unday to spend
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watlting their chance to show the .
against Ms neighbor Uriah, but In 3:65: p. m. Special music. An- while with heir parents Mr and l
eleven what do.
:= Lake city they can
HIGHLAND SCHOOL MOWS; 2nd Sam. 12:13: 1 have binned tloch. Mrs J. P. Pa gett.

(!Sunshine! ) against! the Lord" and In 51 4:00: Making the Standard, CorInth Mr. Eura ifapp; of Lake Butlci,
How to PlaWynne I In next week's Journal we hope
I Psalm 4, David said, "Againstthee Intermediates. was visiting Vlr. O. M Bennett and
ato to have an article that will proveof
,/ Coach We the pupils of Highland thee only have I sinned and 4:20 p. m. Song "Close to Thee" family here (Sunday.Mr. .
great interest to you. school, take great pleasure in presenting done this evil in thy sight." Whenwe Congregation. Arthu/r Mllltken of Hampton, i
"Bradford'sfootball
t'r Ihrlg will write "on Watch for It : to the readers of the Brad- do wrong to, or act unkindly 4:25: p. m. Value of trainingfor was visiting- here Sunday.Mr. .
Prospects.
.____t ford County Telegraph our school toward those around us, we Injure Christian: Service Rev W. W. and/1\Irs. C. A. Youngblood

news each week and hope that you them but we sin against God Harvey. were visiting Mr. and Mrs. August 1

SENIOR: CLASS!! NKWH; will enjoy reading the "Sunshine."I by violating! Ills laws. When one 4:30 p. m. "Soul Winners for Youngblo d of Graham Satnrd.r

Fcr<> >jOvJ Some of the senior girls sold Staff: man kills or InJures: another, or Jesus", Corinth Quartette. ,, afternoon,

',tSLIt..IAuthor of'PRACTICAL AUCTION P'r' candy Thursday morning and the Eugene Austin, editor-in-chmeh; takes his! property he does that 4:45: p. m. Five minute talks: M,'. a.n/i Mrs. Guy Sullivan n

total of realized. Phyllis Cannon school news editor man an Injury, but the crime he What Our B. Y. P. U. has meantto rived herfe Monday evening to visa!
fl.50 was Every
Copyright, 1929, by Ilojlc. Jr. Thursday we are going to sell ; Loca Cannon joke editor.. commits Is agu'nst the government Me-LeRoy Tenly his fathjer, A. L. Sullivan who ,

sandwiches and candy to help Our school Is well organizedand which makes the-laws he violates. Value of Dally Bible Reading very 1m)J

ARTICLE No. 1 for annual. is progressing nicely. One writer says the aim of the Frank Norman. M.nd Mrs. Cecil Moore ?.'i
raise
money our
We have a, good team of ball lessons of this quarter Is, "To Keeping Up Interest-Miss Lu- Clearwater spent the week-end
"Bugs" Dacr. tIle well-known humor- doubled by 1 his partner who lias joinedhis The seniors are very will pleased players and all enjoy spending our guide the pupil Into an understanding bedla P.'nholster.: I here Jfvith his parents, Mr. and
!xt, has BOrne amusing ideas of the game opponents. This play is given to with themselves. They have made
recess period playing ball. :
of Auction Bridge. ,of which the following illustrate the fact that every Bridge good grades on their tests and If of Bible teachings on 5:00: p. m. Song "The Kingdom: Mrs. E W. Moore.
l are tome of the gems: player. is really pl.l) ing three people, their dailies are all right their report Mrs. Gasklns Is more than determined some social relationships with a Coming", Congregation. Mr and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan had

"The present game of Bridge It. lc- his two opponents and 1m partner. It cards will look good for the that we shall get our les view to establish right habits and 5:05: p. m. Awarding Banners. as their: guests Sunday, Mr. und
rived from the ancient Persian game is the only \game in the world in which first month of school. sons. She simply has us to get attitudes In dealing w':th others." 5:10: p. m. Announcements. rsy/F. F. Brown of Hampton

,, of ItispUyetl everybody is a teacher.. It ia the only them. But we must remember that 5:15: p. m. Closing Song "Blest Mr/and Mrs. Cecil Moore of Cleat
two on a side,and eight' kibitzers, who gamp in which nobody is a pupil. Jokes: t "Social betterment Is not the gos/ Be Tho Tie", Congregation. wa(er and Mrs. D. W. Moore.

X 1: are part roving of Bridge umpires.is the Thf feature most important known ni bidder's Everybody shoulder.plays a We good! never game met over a bet the! RODKNT nKM.NANTS: Vide: I missed eight words in pel. It is not even Its first and 5:20: p. m. Adjournment.. /fr. and Mrs. Jim Coon and chit

the convention. This idea was! derived BriIO:: player in our life. We have a very nice "rat" class spelling and got a whipping. principal result. The gospel is Benediction. drfen of Waldo were visiting he>
from the Signal Corps of the United "There are fifty-two cards in the this total of twentseven.Last Janie: That's nothing I missed something more fundamental. It : Parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P Pail
States Army. The conventions inform deck. Thirteen cards arc dealt to each year a held threo words and got to stay in all In radical In the sense that it goes n.\I>TIT!! C.-ett Saturday afternoon.

your partner what cards you hold in player. After you have been paying a Wednesday we our recess trying to learn them. down to the very roots of the social t Mrs. J. J. Brannen of Hampton

dl! your hand few cards months are not you enough.realize When that you thirteen contract class first officers class meeting for this and term.elected They Hughey: It looks as !if Supt. order Instead of trying to Sunday school 10 a. m., J. F. ,:'.vas a visitor at the home of h<>>

": "The game starts dealer bidding to mike' one spade t1"? ''..e'rs follows trims has forgotten us; two and reach the individual through 'he KIckllter, supt.Mornirg *' sister, Mrs.. A, L. Sullivan Mon
ofyhis are as :
MI'/ the strength hand. Thor I ),ou mast take seven;; tricks. The first, President. J. D. Grlffls. one-half mcnths gone and no visit masse>; It works with the individual worship at 11 n. rn.ji.n4 day.
strength of the hand should go rieht;: nix tricks are known as the book. P"1 yet. first and then on up to the 7:30: p. m. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. May and sum
,. from the fingers up to the brain. I But that extra seventh trick is the wl- -c! Vice president John Iledgrave. I Theodore !Mr. Grime hasn't _
J with most hidders it stops at the wrist. Secretary Louise Marcotte. : got masses. And the same writer The Lord cupper will be observed Wilson were visiting Mr. and Mr
d : I Having bid one club the bidder looks Carnegie library. It m.loe.llo! di'Tcre1cc Julian Peek. a head for nothing, he knows aChevle" says, "It men would only apply et-the close of the morning A. L. Sullivan Monday night.
how the hand. The Treasurer
play ream "
i ; el bin partner like a mouse in a vinegar ing n you reserved. for the mor'pay'-* won't roll where a the high; Ideals of the Bible to service. Mr A. H. Johns of Starke wri
post
I' bairel. This convention means that he after the final card is played. h.n all Joktw "Henry" will go. homo life, government, commerce, Rev. Mr. Foote of Penney Farms visiting Mr. G. M. Bennett und

wants to be taken out. four players paw around< the'.arilwall: : Julian: No girl ever made a fool !Mrs Gaskins: We have a pret- manufacturing labor capital supplied the pulpit of the Fapilst fam'.ly Tuesday afternoon.

0;. "His partner take him out by bidding each other names and otlvrwi act of me. ty pair of puppies. amusements, International questions church last Sunday morning Ills Miss Hilda Sullivan was vlBitiut
s' t > three spadua.| '1'hia takes his. part- like IItr.lngers in a gcntlcnvsn's.tub.; ." Eugene: What's their names? the Bennett
it, Frank: Who was It then? and personal habits so far splendid address on subject Misses Lucille and Teresa
ner out, but put them hot h in deeper. The, fjllovvin{ hand war: .' cnuy
!Mm. Gasklns I-know U-
1 : and affect of "God's Other Books" was en- Tuesday afternoon.Rev. .
as they others class distinctions
1 he each -- -
: opponents kUre at other.The played in England: and hai been :I.r.t
dealer tl. MI Inch five diamonds and is to the writer (for unalj sU: We would tell you some good know. would farle and the vast joyed by all present at this service S. II. Dodd delivered ,n

jokes but what's the use? You Theodore: Mrs. Lena you've gota chasms that divide men as to op- Interesting sermon Sunday n'Rh<

Hearts.- 3, 2 would only laugh at them. flat tire. portunity and privilege In our I to an appreciative audience.
Clubs-J, 7, 6, 4, 2 '. !Mrs Lena: Now what am I to present order would disappear." 1'RK.SIIYTKRIAN: : Miss Lucille Bennett open'

1)ianton'le-K, 3,3 HOT TinyMr do? Our duties to our fellow men I Tuesday night with Miss Illltl.Sullivan. ..'
Spades A, 8, 6 Theodore Buy another to match 10 a. m. Sunday school. J. M.
: .
+ In part strength to the weak :
; 'lleurts K, 8, 7, S, t Hearts- 6 are. ,
Clubs- none I Y : Clubs- 10, 9, 8, S Dowling (to Milton enterIng the other and then she can roll sympathy to those In trouble, helpto Truby, supt Lesson topic "Rec- : Remember Christian Union e"

Uiamonds-Q J. 10ipodes : A D : iamonJs-9 8, 4,2 the) class late) : "When were in two. the destitute kindness and jus- ognlzInK; : Our Debt to Others." I ery Sunday night at 7:15.: Ever

;;: -- K, j Q.J.l0,9<< ; Z : pa cll-7, 5, 3,2 you born?" Local News, tice and charitable love toward all. 11 a. m. Morning Worship, ser- one !Is welcome.
Miss Ollle !Marr of Starke mon by the pastor. .
was But at the bottom of all this is
Milton: "The second of April.
Hearts--A. 0, T.10, '9 the guest of Mrs. Ruth !Marr here duty faith and love toward God C:30: p. m. Christian Endeavor Lakeland 13,600,000 Natioi
3 Mr. Dowllng: "Late agnln.
A
Clubs- K, "Ideals Worth ; Home be
Uiamonds-t1, 1,6 Monday afternoon.Mr. and Christ. topic Living For. al Carpenters near

Spades 4 Miss Isabel: "Can you prove Clarence Marr attended Our lessons text says a scribe 7:30 p. m. Evening Worship opened to public.

that the square on the hypoenuseis church at Union Sunday. asked Jesus "Which is the first sermon by the pastor, gospel song. Winter Garden First Natlo,

No tI.ure. rubber ;\me. Z dealt bid them A should! trump; and in' this way equal to the' sum of the squares Mr. C. B. Cannon was a visitor Commandment of all?" "And Jesus -The Ladles' Auxiliary will meetat al Bank may he reopened soon

4 ;r Jifour. f hearts, A doubled and alll>:lsJWtI. let Z make his contract/ These 1 pi.tycrs on the other two sides?" to H'ghland: Friday.Mr. answered him the first of all the manse Tuesday evening October -
A led the king of spades. How should fail to that if A,instead of
see trumping
8. A lecture Alaska
Richard: "I don't have to proveIt E. Prescott of Highland was the commandments Is, Hear, O on will
( pl?)'thr h.:r.:! to nu:'e game against discardediiiamuiKU: (hia partner U holds
_+lftny defense? Figure this. out before a trick in c'i.imonds' ; ) the contract must I admit it." visiting Mr. and Mrs. Henry Austin Israel; The Lord our God Is one be given by Mrs. Lowry Illi.aliat-

: reading the following solution. lie lost by Z if A, when trumps ore led Tuesday. Lord; And thou shalt love the ed by-stereoptcon! slides. mtJFUY MAKES SUFI
i ami finessed takes the first trick. Clara Louise: "Loan me five Mr. Eugene Austin spent Sun- Prayer meeting Wednesday eve-
_ The mistakes. that most players will Lord thy God with all thy heart WHERE HOPE ALONE FAItS
nuke with this hand are as follows: The correct solution U: that Z takes dollars? day with his friend Leon Wilker- and with all thy soul, and with all nln((. A cordial invitation to all Soerdmuer
the first trick in Dummy with the ace Glenn: "I only have four sev son near Lawtey. our services extended to all.
mind. and with all
A thy thy
((1)) Allowing to win the first tritk.a and le.-idr heart t
the
a playing nine
( this, case, if the tea of > padre is.layej from his hand. Then_ enty-five. Wllltard Cannon Is spending a strength: this Is the first commandment I1AF"1
I if
own A
: ( ) wins Clara Louise ""Well give me FIRST CHRISTIAN r
/. from Dummy on the second with, the king and then pia a 'pailos! X : few days near Evergreen the guestof And the second is CIIUUCJ:
",' round A c in defeat the contract if he allows him to make two tricks I 1.1 the that I'll trust you .for the otherquarter. hU grandparents Mr. and Mrs like, namely this, Thou shalt love r/,4

: refuses to win the hm trick iit, hearts. suit and Z wins. the rest; or (2)) if A ." John Grlfflsl: thy neighbor as thyself." Bible School and communion

((2) A great number of placr after rof.ists to win the second trlrlc: with the I Master Eugene Austin happenedto Love to God and love for our services each Lord's Day at 10
.- t inninjj: : the first trick with the lice of king; of hearts / should play the ace Thelma: "Do you know only the misfortune of getting his fellow should control o'clock.
ipude in Dummy would ntiLj Dum- of hearts and then the two thing prevent your services
Anger badly hurt while playing morning and
I. d club .
.; .i; u which according\ to can then nuke only his three trump! "
great dancer baseball. ( teacher. evening of the first Sunday in

rii Problem Nt". 1 Lena Belle: "What are they Mr. Joe Marr and Mr. George Third grade: Ella Hodge. Lucile each month by the pastor, Bro.
Thelma: "Your feet." Wllkerson of Lawtey were visitors Johns. DIzon.: of Jacksonville Adequate stock fire insuranceon
,.'Lffi-' .!',;' (I!learts''ubi-none-3, 2 '/lJ.' ')1wti-. here Sunday afternoon Fourth grade: Thomas Austin, your home and business

,e..M. Mrs. Carpenter: "When two Mary Mott. Wowahltchka New affords necessary iec rlty.
I Diamond: *- 10, 9, 8, 7padesS. bridge over Without it home and
'. 2 bodies come together is beat gen- HONOR ROLL FOIl HKILIUIO.VN; Fifth grade: Ethel Davie Lots West Arm near this place open business might your become
".n"Hrta.J,10,9 Hearts- !1C. Q erated?" Moore Genevieve Sanders Ken ,ed to traffic recently. valueless suddenly

.. Jhllnlonds-none::1,11.-1.6 I Y t Clubs- K..Q. 1 T. 10 Dora; "No ma'am I bit a girl For month ending Sept. 27, neth Austin. Arlie Sponholti. Ines Davenport Rapid progress :
: A B I 1>iamonclsnone.5p.taJ. Make sure now that rt
.'.' J yesterday and she knocked me 1929 : Carmichael teacher. being made on construction of new you
,10,9 'Z .
: I S1J .desK.lf Insured
properly We CMhelpu :
cold!I"June First grade: Jewell Morgan, Seventh grade: Anita Waln- home for Davenport Woman's Club -

+; Jlearu-A. 4 Nettle! Ruth Starling, Juanita wright Lorene Orene Iran Spon- completion expected by November

1'j, I Cluba-A,4.J.2 s) J : "How 'did George. get Clark LoI* Johns, Alma Johns, holtz Clyde Johns David Thomaa. lat- HAROLD C. WALL
1>iamonda none that sore Jaw?'' H. Q. Walnwrlght. Eighth grade: Mildred Norman Davenport Construction of

).'' Spades-A. 4 Lois: "A girl cracked a smile." Second grade: Evelyn Ilaty Mary Reddish.! Harmon Morgan Holly Hill Grove and Fruit Company INSURANCE

Diamonds are trump and Z is in the lead. I low can Y 2 pLay the hand so that June: "Well?" Leland Sponholts. Milo Sponholti Clarence Moore. Mr. E. B. Hart completed and ready for oc-
'.far will win all of the trick against any defense Solution ia the next rtid&. Lois: IOU was hU smile!' J, R. Mott. Edna Strickland. teacher. cu an,. STARKE FLORIDA



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t.--' '1 miiiliatcly -I hw, Merlons I he eltua I re-spending several;d'-I';; ; In Geor- I Louise Imty( Sunday I ( afternoon I don I talc dl ,." Int.'rpOHod,'

Don was tin..r<>. Driving 1 -I
I winds gin with friends! and relatives Rev and Mrs. D. L I
Newt Florida in Shot Phillips r"al..al. passengers as the
Paragraph, i which .set in last night, gradually'.
!i Increased\ .sixty m'les an hour !Mrs.\ J, J. Morgan and son ('llLr-1 .mil daughter, Debbieattended:" ( KJII"d: '! .non. momentum The ;t

I but 1.30: p. m today had subsided I' ence, were transacting church at Haltord: Sunday sold nothing but their vain i'' ,if "
M.,. and Mrs. L. H Denmarkwere ) 1\ .
i to about 40 I ( : : '
I I a mile blow. Rains Starke lust Saturday.Mr. lighter hues w Ih every re- it "
visiting his parents, \Mr. :anduirg. I
which made visibility extremelyI I \ Paul who has been of flirt on lnu ,"
Stewart i
State i .i".
Live NewsTOLD full I : I D. A. Denmark! near Rlnlngr /
I i continuously! during the working in Ja. kmmvlllo for the .>lIndIlY. "' on It. big/ boy" shouted: the "
storm.
few months. returned homo ; ." ,
past I:
isn'l l Mrs Oden Denmark
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I lust Saturday.A t s'nld Nate "Wluit the : t
of Jacksonville\ were visiting here
Tallahassee I
The fight of For- :
large crowd enjoyed n dance --

BY OUR EXCHANGES rest Lake, former Sanford bank given: at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Sunday. .. \ BLAM XZ! ; ; \:,

I president, against a M-year-prlson: Johnnie Douglass last Saturday Miss Thelinu Thompson vvis vlu yo-all hurt.?" Inquired) the ',: '
i Ii term for RIng( ; her friend Ruby and :Myrtle [ :" I ) '
conviction
of of
misusingthe colored who
passing
,_ &-6,,__,__,----------,....-... bank's funds night. Dlxoii) Sunday afternoon. ( : a man It \
was placed before The music was rendered by Mr upon the scene of the wreck. tr
Itoineiuber the revival I
.11 r wlltl'r-The first twenty- charter for CIIUIIIIR| | of tho State t tile state supreme court today Dock Andrews playing the fiddle.At meetiiig n'gger.! Is you Saint Pet :'Y;1
Ile'lbionu churcli Will\ start
of September saw fifteen Hank of Sebrlng, Fla.. It was announced in oral arguments.; Lake was convicted the hour of eleven, the guests a op / Inquired bullfrog i' i Ic'
:Sunday; night, October) S. 11129:!! :!
fruit forward today The now bunk on four Indictments while departed. All reported of having: \\' man; 'cose I ntn't. I )ust "I ,fl
,, citrus go -- ---
f will bo capitalized at $2ti.OOO': serving as head of the Seminole: I had a. very nice time. yoallhon de car let' do ,

,, ,"m r fmii, crops of this section. with $10,000/ surplus and $5,000 County Bank, which closed some \Mr. S. M. Mot was visiting! In ......... ........... : ( ( and turnt over" i I '1yI ,

I 11 fin,,, n l ears were shipped duringI lu paid stockholders (liability: reserve time ago. A. U. Key, vice president He'Ibronn Springs last! Monday.Mr. .. IlEIIamO: SPRINGS .. \ -- i I a+ '.:," ,L

I I,,,' .''k of September 16 to 21"lid' Gregg Maxcey, of Sebring, and cashier of the bank, now \ and Mrs\ Tom Markey were Minn Pearl Norninit above Is approximately PI\! ;t .

,,, l 'UMI the week previous will ho president. Is serving!\ n term In prison for a visiting In Graham Sunday after- o happened Sundaj n'glit\ lute {t ;r1)

S similar offense. The alleged bank noon. 1....................... Nath'inlel Johns'm.) Bullfrog t! 1

I nt' (.lty.--The fall meeting of Otala-Hold:ng that n special fund Irregularities reached( a total Mr. A. B. Siirrency and son Mal- 1\1's I.orene iireen; spent Slit 111'- : )', :and Pat Baker, all color 1 _(

,,1 I., "iithern, Baptist association{ Is art; of the 1929 legislature was of several hundred thousand lie, were transacting business in dny night the guest. of \MHH| !Ruby 1 an klssex sedan on tho : f ";

,h,?,, i in,,id at Dover this year. The unconstitutional becauso It had dollars. In appealing\ to the supreme Starke last Thursday Norman | hlthwa) Injuring one r. ';
!Mr hustles .tlliM 1 Kdnn: ,
,1 I",. .,September:: 27 and 28. not received the required advertising court to set aside the Judgment ; Mr. and Mrs. II. P. Galney and Carl and o of the crowd I i

I Ii, piiixrum" Includes discussions : before passage, Circuit of the circuit court for Sem- daughter, Eva Fay, and Mrs. II. Davis attended church at 111'11hl'nnn [ (' investigating/ the wrack t I "

,"," rest to the church by those Judge Bullock grnnted an InJunc- Inole county, counsel for Lake Galney and Mrs. L. M. Anderson Springs! Sunday/ that the sedan was stolen, :

''1I"nt" In Its development. tion permanently restraining the raised two priclpal\ contentions. attended preaching at Mr Wiley Misses\ ."orf.'tle Greene and Ruby : : III..apI.enl'fOei from rftarke I ..).,;,

I" ono that the grand which Thursday NormAn attended church Saturday 1 of last week \
holding of an election to deter- Jury returned Thomas' in Lacrosse last -, epeed"I Tuesday night l :,
farming the I Indictments Included I night. being questioned Johnson ,
Lauderdale-The mint whether' $500,000 .
it t worth of
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!Mr. and Mrs\ Laurie Carter of ( .
MII just dosed found Broward road bonds should be cancelledand depositors\ of the bank, and the Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hazen andMr. 1 MinllnK: the car and later ,:'p
Hellbronn ( ,
enterta'ned
,",, ,sly leading all other counties another .100.000 worth be Is. other that In selecting the Jurors and Mrs. E. \M. Hazen attended Springs ainrge Bullfrog/ Murphy[ and ,
crowd of
!In pepper shipments, sued. the Jury box contained\ more than preaching at Mr. Wiley Thomas'in you liP; people ut !; Baker. .1 :.;
"in'" state '
their home
to the state marketing; 700 names' Instead of 500 as limIted Lacrosse last Thursday night. Saturday night with a sheriff of Bradford county I'
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,, The shipments from Ocala The opening sale at by etatulo.a Mr. Grady Baxter spent the pound party, Everyone' repotted\ aulec \ / for the negroes/ first of the "
i J"d" m I limo.
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bureau's figures stock eGatneevllleWhat. week-end In "'lid wood with I and carried them to Starke Ii! 1
:1" ",M ml' the yards of t the Martin & Taylor Miss\ Pearl and Mildred Norman !
868 carloads. Is' believedto friends.Mr. they will titnnd trial In cir\
i m >II.l totalled Livestock company here yesterday :
the of Miss Louise
was gratifying to the proprietors be (the largest fishing net eVN'tiMed Moody of Stnrkei: was transacting were guests; ( covet In October. ''f,

Volusla Is l 1 In this locality for Illegal business h.'rl' last t Monday. llnly t Sunday ; owner of the cur cam for It t,
\ wsmyrna! county of the yard. and the stockowners.
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Mr and MrsVeeley\ Norman\
: had and drove f
purpo"es'as captured yesterday -+- It repaired I II
of
ml i Its annual "Pilgrimage; In the main, as well. A of Jacksonville'! \ were the. KUtsts of ,
afternoon by fish and war- \ ('\[, leaving a reward 1 to officers 1
l I", \ to the government veteran'si total of 15,500 pounds of hogs, !game; .*....+...++......*+..+e Mrs Norman's \parents, Mr. and 1 I !
dens at Loch Loom lake betweenhawthorn for ciiptitrlntt) the negroes. d"
i, |petal"i at Lake City on Sunday averging approximately 200 Ihs., \Mis. 'Jo'rankIorKlul\ \Monday.MIsHen rI'; "
and Ocala. The net, J BO AT DRAIN neon and! Baker were arrest : y
u, i,her. 20, It wa announced.mi each), was purchased and shipped \ : Mary and Annie Reddish: ,
which measured over 900 yards in Blanche I'MmuiN. Cor policemen, and Murphy\ was y.
.\ i can Legion posts over the to Swift & Company at Moullrle, :Mrs. : Inez and Marguerite, C'armichnel!, \ !' :
\length is probably the largestever / I In low ny deputy! sheriffs ''l'
,miry will Join, in' taking gifts C:U 1 found in the state. Ike 1I00re.allegl'll ......... ............. Ruth Sapp\ und) P. I D. Reddish attended : und )linker! were Inter ,,
,,, unfortunate patients at the the'u
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i at Riilford! Sundiiy
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game lawbreaker, was cap- Wo are having; more ruin The ( fiom'istodv, J inson 'I N
,,, peal. Miami: The chief dispatcher'solllco .
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: tured by officers near Island Grove; roads are terrible. It Is almost ; gone before a Justice of the '
\ of I the Florida Bust Coast
Lucille The doc'lur's here mad
alter a four mile chase through Impossible to get to the schoolhouse \ : ) ( iind. mado oath I that tlie 'wo _
Jesse Lee Lewis 14. railroad reported early today that
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lupley tho woods surrounding the lake. Wo wish the county had am. :" did not help him steal the
,,, himself something of a one of the railway's i
I"i ? .d(! passenger Mrs Hart: I can't see him. tell
Three companions escaped In a divided the graded! roads up a little ThiiH Bullfrog! and lUtlcT are
h.. .,n.,,. here when he saved two chil- trains which left Miami about 2 him! I am sick
motorboat after the game wardens and put just one out this way. ('( of any Impllclty 'l.'
.II.MI from possible drowning. TheI"Idren a.. m., for Key West was water- Mildred N. : Sir, I urn lost ,' .1''
had attempted to apprehend them. This seems to be the only districtIn
Douglas and James Iludi bound at Homestead It was said The escaped law-breakers covered the county that has no graded !Russel It.: Don't let that worryyou of $1 .OOOOO( Invented In "

,,, 11 and 7 respectively, stepped that definite details of conditionsthat most ':
\ their faces with hats in order to roads. We think something shouldbe lady women are. / between Canal Point and :1

Into deep hole while wading. prevented the train from proceeding prevent recognition as they effected done about this. Phnte: That Ford went and by Southern Sugar Co., :: ':J,
of the children could further were lacking: at kliked ngaln.
Nether their departure up the lake Curl Andrews was visiting; Mr. ne )/( to statement by Jules "
"wlm the company's olllces but advices of Tallahassee Inez: Kick It back you have a / I Burguleres of West Palm ,.j I w
officers stated. Moore Is alleged to Silas Smith and family ;}
a from Homestead aid high water kick .
have owned the net and operated a few days last week. coming. )!. 1 :'.I.
About 20 men hailing blocked the railroad near the beginning Kdna: Audi Is mine \ :
Fort Myers- W : you keep Gulf's Homestead 1 .
it with the assistance of the three \Mrs W. Coleman, we are ; ,
from a Cuban fishing boat of viaducts connecting the companions. The wardens stated sorry to hear has been on the sick your hands off of him /. Station. Improved. I'' I' .'1l
off Crescent mainland with the first of I the It would be better If .u .
winch! was anchored Mary: you '
that Moore was convicted three list the last few days ; *
(Bench, were held by Immigration Iteys said t that to Ancll.!
and) a halt years ago, shortly, after James Donnelly and Andrew
"nOk\ ere here to await deportation S a tho fish and game laws were put Gr'ffls: were absent from school -4>--- i i
that .Jacks'JIlvllle-eharlplI J. Weeks "SMCK" COI.OItKD: IIOVS "H.\: We can chore I 1
when It could be determined Into effect on Illegal fishing: several days last week.WOODT.AVN, YES your ; a
"" aliens were inluded among local Inventor, faces a term In barges.; Ti'lIII": OK STKAMMi: : INS\: ; |; 8 HRS. ,

"iin-m, The men said they had county Jail on a federal court Contempt Al'TOMOItlLK: ; IN: !oI '' .\KI\i I,: STORAGE BATTERY InSmith's

"night. shelter from squalls In the charge unless he divulgesby ........................

tiilf Monday morning a formula for ......................... *. { .* "Duke of I'cppertuvrn"| | and Slilrliltk 'f

fuel oil recently awarded by the faro In ('''' nly IliiNllliHli '\
i I'
"Port' Lauderdale--The hearing court to George L. Pratt, Atlanta I BROOKER C. !MMP| !Mjrtico :Noitiinn, ('"r. \\' SI ni UK*' stl..lln11(1ot./ : .".. '

to the formula and to Miss Pcni-lo Galney Starke : (!
i r <1 by the Interstate commerce nights I .....N.........N.N.N Garage : jiii
inmisBlon here for October 1 tom patents on ,certain attachments for I ...... ................. Lake City Sept 27 A hIp' ; I Us- Fla. .)
der nn application for con- 'nlernal combustion engines were Miss Debbie Phillips! \ who Is sox sedan rolled up In front of
"uni-tlon' of a belt 11 ne railroadm awarded to Pratt some time ago Misses Caraway and Stanley, teaching school Maxvllle.\ spent Humdinger/ ," colored' 1 social' iill J
members of the Hampton school the week-end with her parents:" _
the local port to the Florida after long; federal litigation. At .

h ,ut Const and Seaboard Air Line that time Weeks, Inventor of the faculty spent the week-end herewith HE'v.andJrs\ D. L. Phillips.

,hoods bas been deferred until oil process and of ceitaln engine/ Mr and Mrs. G. B. Colnon. \Mr J. S, Siipp .and son, Felix. '

"ii inber, 16 at the request of rail- attachments, was ordered:" by federal I Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Gurney are were visiting J. S. Norman Wed THE CHEVROLET SIX

,it officials.I'avtoua: Judge Lake Jones to t nun oval ppondlng) some time In Georgia nesday.J. ; I
I
the faimula with her parents. S. Norman was shopping; in ;

Work will\ Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Gainey and Stnrku Frld ly mcmlng. ., "J
I Beach .
coast Waldo ---. Announcement was daughter\ / spent Sunday In Jack- The ones who were present at L f';' ,,
i i 'haply start on the east
'mul within the next two months made here today by A. F. Plet sonville with friends and relatives. tho wedding supper at Mr. and .

examiner since July 22 of Mrs. Reddish of Hellbronn !Mrs Oscar Carter's Wednesday
'MII"'inls of the Flortda'Inland N.IVitlon deputy iWt d
district, created by the leg-; the closed Rank of Waldo, that Springs who has been spendingsome night! were: \Mr. and Mrs. Loamon .
;
will re-open for business time here with friends and Norman Myrtle and Mnml Lou
bank :
'dare to develop the waterways the '
returned home last Mon and Wade Gask Ins. J .i
Norman Derby
o'clock Friday morn.ng.: Irl'latives. ,
O. at 0
i" pred'ctlng. Judge!; John sep-I 1 t '
: day. Norman, Thel- h t t t'
27. Business Leon and Raymond : \ _
tember
-""l'ell, formerly of Ban Oallle.
1 been here expediting obtalnIIK Waldo are laying plans for a celebration I! Among those from other placeswho ma and Lillian Browning; and Morris 1
a- of the event by Insuring1 I I attended) the P. T. A. here and \Melvin: Carter. All reporteda !
of the right-of-way.
.necessary. substantial deposits, on the openIng ', last Saturday were: Mrs T. T. nice time + r

Miami-Daily coach excursions: / day. Assurance that the Hank I Long Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, \Miss Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillipand N rt

Isabel Fernandez, Mrs. Edna Hart visiting his sinter, Mrs.J. .
.i'i' ,. (10 be run by the Atlantic CoastLine of Waldo will resume operat'onstills I son were ;
railroad to Florida between week has already had a bene- \Miss Eun'ce! Perkins Miss Florence S. Norman Friday. I

Oitober 15 and November 30, U.i ficial effect on the community. \Matthews, \Miss Minnie Grub- Miss Martha Groover who Is > t

a er, Miss Olive Bay, Miss Grace teaching school here at Wood lawn .
i Thompson district passenger
Jacksonville While his wife wood Miss Maud Mitchell, Mr S. spent the week-end with her parents I v
excursions, ,
Kent here said. ,The
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horror S. Dowling, \Mr. Harrison, Mr. and at Brooker. *
n" "come from eleven northern clt- and daughter looked on ... +hWWsrWM 1w'CIIv Ik '
stricken W. P. "Billy" Parker Mrs. Guy, \Mrs. Hitch Mss'! Madge Miss Debbie Phillips was visiting 1

"'. are to be operated to simulate wln- 56, editor of the Blue Shirt labor \Mlddleton \Miss Rstelle Davis her:" sister, \Mrs. J. S. Not manThursday
the
name to Florida during
publication was shot to death as \Mr. and Mrs. Griflls( of Starke; afternoon.Mr. .
"'I'. he said. \Mrs. Perkins \Mrs. Carol 1 Smith of ""H'It t
aPensacolaAnother he sat In his office here late today and 11 r. Collier of and

of 18 per- W II. Jackson 4 O. city employe I Lawtey; Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Futchof here :left for South Honda" Frldiiv., ?

landed In the city Jail on a Hampton and Mrs. Jones of Mr. and Mrs. Laurie Carter were f
ns Indicted here for connection was Oscar Carter Economical Trantfortallon Most realize that the New ''f t
technical charge of murder ufter Graham visiting )Mr and Jlrs. Jar people
In a
ih alleged election frauds acquitted he admitted he had killed the editor Mr. O. J. Mott and \Mr. Cannon Wednesday night Chevrolet is a Six in the price range

1 iv ballot last June was only 35 because of alleged; derogatory!; I were transacting; business In Jack- Mr. Wade Oaslr'ns was transacting II of the four. lint not everyone knows

ft Jury here today after Karl Coopa editorials whIch' had appeared In sonvllel Wednesday.. business In Half 01'11 Thursday what a really wonderful Six !it Is! :
'mutes deliberation.
about him. Jackson Mr. and Mrs. II. P. Galney werevRlllng afternoon.
voter, was accused of havingit the paper Into the office where Park : In Lake Butler last Sun- Miss Thelma Browning, !\ Mytrle, The Chevrolet engineering spent I
a non-resident vote In the walked than four in the development I
Wade more years
and)
wife and daughter were day. Leon, and Raymond
''lion which saw I';. E. Harper\ 0his\ \ \ \Miss Alma i of the Chevrolet Six.
pulled a revolver and Mr and Mrs. Jim Mott were (asklns were visiting t
conversing;
elected city commissioner business afternoon Materials are selected from the ,
tired five times, two of the bullets transacting In Starke last TI'omnp'ellnesday
S ataricsonvillopolice taking affect, police said Thursday. Mr. Bronnle Bennett passed world's finest markets and, taken "j!

said an un- \Mr. and \Mrs. G. B. Colson were through this section Thursday.M. In Design altogether, there are nine thousand ;; t"

"med 14-year-old boy, In Jail and Wade Gasklns the car's 'i '
1 Tallahassee! Florida's first I visiting friend In Hampton Sun- Darby inspections during pro

,"IB.' bad) confessed to of JacksonHe robbing- gas tax law, adopted in 1913, has day afternoon. and Leon and Raymond Norman duction and assembly t ;e eIn
i a score of homes through the Mr. and Mrs. Laird and daughter were transacting biiflness: In Jack-
of Wiyorhn ; become Inoperative result is exactly what you'd
Including that of subsequent nets affecting :: Jean and Miss( Iris Brown, lonvlllo Friday.Mr. MaterialsT'
> T. Jr. Searching only passage -quality in tlesi&n in material : I R1
Aslop, >
dealers and gasoline the state were visiting: In Gainesville last ar.dJr8\ Leamon Norman .,
" 'ir each time, the boy suc- ; and in workmanship that c
money court held today. The Saturday afternoon. Myrtle and Mamie Lou Norman at- i

' 'ssfully "covered up" clues of- supreme 1913 act Imposed a $10 tax upon Miss Bonnie Tipping of Green tended the pound 'party at Mr. end assures years of dependable and i

"<*ers said said, leading them a wholesale !gasoline; dealer In Cove Springs, spent the week-end \Mrs Laurie Carter's Saturday satisfactory ser ice! ,

merry chase. before. his. arrest. each each) county of the state. Two local beer with her sister, Miss Louise night. 4 In Workmanship Come in today. \Ve want you to see r

Bradford andC. Tlpplns. Mr. Carl Sapp of Starke attended -
K. H.
of the dealers, and drive this car-for it will give you
Pensa'ola-Completlon refused to pay the !Misses Blanche Burgdorff, Louse the pound party at Mr. and
I
B. Palmer, idea to what the of
,, convention a new, as buyer
J.
irogram for the annual '
ordered discharged and Bonnie Tlpplns and :Mr. Mrs. Laurie Carter's Saturday.
"" the Florida Education Assocla- [ tax and were proceedings be- John Plnholster were visiting In night; n low-priced car can now expect_ for .f\\(,,, I
No- In habeas corpus <* <. 4 his 'I I
here
un, which will be held money j
tho court. The old law was In Gainesville last Saturday. Rev. D. I. Phillip attended ,
other 29 and 30, "la near, those for by an act of the Itev.' W. M. Moody of Lacrosse church at Maxv'lle Saturday.J Th. Ifn J.,.,. till- Th. "h.'l>n. $1Mt The Coach r d
an- effect repealed $WS: Ih* CMUM.. Sees> Thf Apart Coufw. charge of the gathering!; : 1921 legislature Imposing a $5 passed through here last Satur- S. Norman and daughter: Afdan. iollt fHt Imperial .. 1697; 'r'.. StjanJMHivry. ;' :
iinced. The meeting Is expected cent Myrtle and Mr. and Mrs. L. R. .1191:Litht fatlmry'Ch..un''I.'fOOI'1a J ".
: dealers and a one Built the i'an'rrud/Cha.d ion True Oi..
tax upon day.Mr. to Highest ttontyit43sti/i ( I. '
bring out more than 2,000 per- gasoline. the court decided nosswell Ward, who has Denmark and O. J. Phillips were lit with Cabl,MO. All prlcti/..0. J.efory.Nnf.

'nd. The West Florida assocla- tax upon decision\ without opin- i been spending several months herewith shopping Ir. Jacksonville Saturday.Mr. : / n, f.( 111

on, a branch of the state body. In a his mother Mrs. T. P. Ward, and Mrs. Leamon Norman Consider l th.d.ll..r.d.prlc. a well.i th.ll..t(f.....b.\\) I.,
ion. prk.whvn comp r1nA utomobll valuM. Our daal' nJflllvvrvd
til hold this year's meeting slm- S returned to Wildwood last Satur- and sister Mamie Lou were visitingher Standards !' prU'.4 Include only author.!*.*! chnrftM fur tt

itdneously here. day, where he will work- mother Mrs. Brown- tr."IU..dd.II..nd.h.eharta.fot.nV..dll..a
begin Maggie
Miami-Several persona were ac.cI.: .at Bo...u..1&da 4w. (JII -3Q)

Injured and considerable property Ing.Mr. ing Saturday. i'
Arcadia-J, A. Conklin of Ar- was caused by high and Mrs. Hugh Butler Crosby 1'.I'. L. R Denmark spent Satur- ,
, damages
ad'a was killed: last night at Fort that struck Miami and Miami spent Sunday In Hampton as day night with his sister In Jacksonville

''gclen by a lire wire that chargedIn w'nds Beach last night and today. guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Futch. Torode-Ritch Chevrolet Company

automobile In which he was Nona of those Injured were believed Mr. Wiley Kelley of New Hirer, Mr. Wade Gasklnj left here> Fri

-idlng with two other men. Conk- seriously hurt here. A was visiting here last Sunday day morning for the army lie .will
be
'nil was riding alone In the rear medical to unit was mobilized here Miss Martha Groover of Wood- go to Fort Benn'ng Georgia. Starke FloridaA '

eat and was killed Instantly. His sent'to Homestead 30 miles lawn spent the week-end here with Mrs. Beulah Norman and Myrtle

neck was broken and he was badly and advices that her mother Mrs. J. II. Kelley. Norman attended church at Ral- /
south of here upon C 1/
burned. The other occupant assistance was needed Messrs. E. M. and G. W. lIazen ford Sunday.

of the car were uninjured. medical communication with were visitors to Starke last Thurs Miss Mamie Lou and Mildred

. there but a It Norman and Leon Norman and SIX IN THE PRICE
that city has been disrupted day.Mrs. RANGE OF THE FOUIt.I ,
Tallahassee The state bankIng to determine 1m- D. L. Jones and children Rusiel Redding were visiting; Miss
' department bas approved a was Impossible ,

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'K.NIGHT'S IUGIIT; KUHKN'S: ; IK)cess:ly for any such; conditions sent' out from Starke, which we Mt. Dora. -- Improvements aggregating quarter and Northeast quart, .

1 RI11)l<: lI.Y; ALl- wi-rr would not have existed.] Unlesswe 1 prefer, to think was a bobble made expend'ture of over TnwtiHhlp Southwest 6 J quarter, South }{of range Suction, 21 I.-II'M:'p]

by one of his cilice! aalsstnnts.!' $25,000 will be made at Grand iTintalnltift In all three hundred nn''i
'I can obtain sufficient funds to ninety acres more or less, the
Ti1 [ Almost simultaneously statements reimburse the growers I fear that Ocnla Star View Hotel building. being. the property of the sold HUH il,I.?' .
SocietYA on the c'trus fruit fly situation 4- West Palm Bench New box- fondant, U I 1. Ames, and subject i ,
these
syndicates and capitalists the II.-M of the Bill.I. Judgment, ,
or
were Issued Wednesday by will gobble up the Florida grlvos Oroveland -- Work started on ing arena on Clement street opened roe, and will Hell. the da Id abuvi ii(II.|
two of Florida's prominent citi iay-out for eighty-acre cypress to public recently. embed" property at puhllv nut,'n ,..
for a price far less than their actual the highest and best hliiilar, for o i inn
zens. One came from Co. Peter O. worth, and thus in Ih's unusual yard of J. Kay Arnold Lumber Cracevlll -- Sunday Dinner tips first Monday, the anii. 'h.-n..1.,li,,
Knight. Tampa attorney. The other company plant liero. Store opened for business: in Burns the 4th day of November 11tlt, at t II""
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MHS. IUUHI.IXU< MRS.AI being made In securing: booths. financial condition bring front 'door of the county) coiirtlum,
>KINH EN'f'EltT.\lS t". I). ('. A motion was made and seconded was sent out under a Starke about a loss to our Florida. peopleof Leesburg Bids opened for' building. of. liradford county In Starke, Kii),,?t
I' I datellno as having been issued by Port Ida, l between and within the leg
construction of mercantile home New Rlchey Construction d i
that a committee be appointedto millions of dolars. What we lioiifH of Hale on said date, to Hatlsi\
R. A. Green, congressman: from the for McCrory Company to cost of fire-resistant municipal! the. Hald writ of ..' 'eUu,,
The W T. Weeks Chapter U. D-. Investigate the purchaso of a need In Florida f is federa'l rem-! approximately ti OKUII" ,
second Florida district: There Is with interest thereon and the COKInf ,
i I records. Motion ursement and for shall I7C.OOO. building on Mlxuour: avenue pro- .
C. were entertained Wednesday filing case for club this I con this proceeding.W.
food for thought and much to com- Labell -- Poultry marketing association grossing rapidly. J. RPPRnso.N/
made tinue to :;
afternoon by Mrs. O. L. neasley | carried. A motion was fight. Sheriff of
Bradford ;
mend in the Knight statement UOUIIMMOTICH
and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns. at Mrs.: 'and seconded" that rent for use of Congressman Green's efforts to to be organized for lIen- 10-4-6t-ll-1.
The position taken by our ener-
,: Deasley'a home on North Walnut I club house be paid In advance and getic young congressman: is sure secure reimbursement for growers dry county. %O'I'H'I' UK SIIDHIFF'S: NtLK I
i street keys: of building be returned in for the losses they have suffered Citra Citra Packing Com- "
i to cause him much embarrassment
threo after building has been are to be commended but his pany building orange packing -- .
The meeting was presided over days Notice In hereby given that the
fol
and If he adheres to the policy out- house here In Orange Lake Under and by virtue of that certain ]
by the president Miss Amelia Ray used: motion carried." statement that unless we ate given near lowing described ands will be Sold|
execution untied( out of Hint under
lined great harm may result toFlorida's at public auction on the 1ST M,,,
: and annual reports were read by A motion made that three adult an appropriation for reimbursement grove section of !Marion county. the seal of the circuit court of PAY IN NOVKMHKH.: 11129. It Lein| ?,,,
leading industry, the I the state of Florida In and for Hrnd-
I 'j} tho officers of the chapter, all reports classes of the Methodist Sunday he will oppose with all his Inverness Improvements be- furd county on the 2nd day of October the 4th dav of said month, hefoi, I
growing and marketing of citrus the court house door at Htarlu.
,c showing good work had been school be given the privilege of fruit might any additional appropriationfor ing made to Sunnyland Duck (2'r upon. a final Judgement liradford county Slats, of Florida, ,hi,: i
or decree the Raid court, In a certain
I. done in the various departments. using the clubhouse.An eradication Is about the most Farms. CHUHO therein pending, wherein. HO much thereof aH will be necenniiM" i 1

.! Annual election of officers remitted amendment" was made that Col. Knight says: "I am much unfortunate thing he could have Melbourne Bids opened by Anthony. .Kovacek. and Rustle Ko- to pay the t.ie amount name. ., together due for taxes with th K, ,,topponlte j I:
disturbed because of the mutter- I board of county commissioners for vacek were complalnantR and D. I. cost of such vale and advertiHlnu-,
for said I
i, as follows: each clays pay $1.00 per month at this time. Unt 1 he has Amen wall defendant which said
;: President, Mrs. A. M. Darby. use of clubhouse as long as arrangements ings here and there by Impatient had an apportunlty to explain him- construction of approximatelythree judgment linn been duly recorded In C. A. KN10IITTax Collei: .i ,
citrus growers who by their unwise miles of the public record of Bradford rounty Southwest of : I
asphalt paving on quarter Mouth ,
I
First vice-president: Mrs. H. A. are mutually satisfac- self the Star prefers to believe Florida In Chancery, Order hook i
quarter, Section 33, Twp. H, lm: I
< Weeks. tory; seconded; motion carried. statements and actions are that. In his absence his secretaryor Ocean Boulevard from Indlaulan- Nil. 1, Page 32(1 levied( .of said public records 20 40 AoreH-W. Ti. Hod***. *-::11,1! "
liable to undo all that we have tic to Canova Reach I have upon the following Northwest.. quarter of North. ,
Second Mrs. J. II.Hitch. Meeting adjourned. one of Ms office clerks issued j P Pquarter
vice-president I I deHcrlbed property, situate: ly- Section 3, Twp. 7, Hangs. .
been able to accomplish up to date Palmetto Construction! started InK and being In, Bradford county, '
Mrs T. J. Alderman" the statement" attributed" to him. 40 A..r.-W. TI. HodneB, *2.1Northwent .
I': i Washington.. Oillclal Washington house for Overstreet Florida, deHcrlbed tin follnwiu quarter of Kotithu,
on packing i
Mrs. L. II. hilt Acting Secretary. We can't conceive of
Secretary. 1 our represen- All that portion of Kant Three quarter and North halt of Hnuthiviiiuarter
White U committed to an appropriation tative brothers. Fonrtha of Southeast quarter of of <
Treasurer, Mrs. Oeo. C. I at Washington, who shouldbe Kuiithwevt quarter to."
Historian, Mrs. I.. O. Powell. I of $26,000,000 to continue In- thoroughly: Informed on the Miami Beach Plans underwayfor ship Southeast 6" Seulh inmrter ktaR, Section fleI'R:Kant M! ,Town-lyingNorth T.!:>\I'lohH.; } ..)'r.:3.211< lo Acr,
IMKHiKAM TO UK GIVEN UY :
portion and eradication work. This ,
Registrar Miss Olive Ray. whole fly fight problem, taking count ruction: of $40.000 store of /KtarkeIllorhway Southwest quarter of Northw, ,
\VOM.1N'9l'LUR: OK In opinion Is to all (being the old highway) Section. 14, Twp. 7. ,
quarter : lla-
my paramount of Collins
building on corner ave-
i, Director C. of C., Mrs. E. K.Ferryman. such an illogical position, Granted and alHo South half nf Northwewtquarter 20. 38 Acres, W H:. Warren, $T4,27
HTAUKi;
other things. This must not be interfered : orNorthe..t
i that our growers in some I Instances nue and Fifth street .and Southwest quarter Southeast quarter of Nortlunquarter ,
with. The of quarter of Section ID, 6 acres North of ,
l'1 Assistant Director: lire O. L. i attitude are impoverished because of the Lakewood Babbling Brook, Townxhlp 6, South Knhtte, 21 t "Mt. Section ex 16, Tw7., flange 20 Hunt
'Haynes.I A delightful: program In chargeof ; official Washington could not be 'presence of the fly and that the open air ice cream parlors of and South half Northeast/ quarterand AcreK,-\V. It Warren. $32.07.l0.4.5t11: ?
I North half of Southeast
quarter
I, ;! During the social period the the educational department of more favorable than It is at the army of eradication is marching United Dairies, opened to public. urnl, Snilthenht quarter. of Northwest 1
the Woman's Club of Starke, will time."
present
entertained by two steadily on, doesn't
guests were I our congressman I
'" be rendered at the clubhouse Wed- .
' ii' readings by Miss Murla Weeks The astute Tampa attorney know that unless that army

charming numbers given were" "A nesday afternoon at 3:30: o'clock. touched on many other phases of continues to march the fruit and
J t f This Is the first meeting of the In Gold Given Free
. : Child's Secret" and "I Doubt It." the problem that now confronts vegetable growers of other south-
I new club and has been the
x "The hostesses, assisted by Mrs. E.V year Florida In marketing Its present ern states will also be Impoverished 50
the teachers of Brad- $
t V :'L. Biggs and Miss Murla Weeks, custom the fruit crop and eradication of the and ten, a hundred times the With every dollar pnr'hast' kern S
ford County High School are to
/' served an appetizing salad coorse. fruit fly but for the present we sum will be asked of the federal" i
be the honored guests. 2 Saturday I wit' will give one ticket,
'v Mrs. Adklno' and Mrs. Beasley's I will deal with that part of his government; for reimbursement: in

guests were: Miss Madge Middle-, The program to be given Is as statement quoted above only as the other states unless the fly Is kepton cut itiing holder to one (.bunco In n

i ton, Mrs. Oeo. C. White, Mrs. W. A.follow J. Grime Welcome address-Supt. gist of the whole situation: Is con- this side 'of the Georgia line. lraintf to l>e liclil riut. night at

E. Torode Mrs L. A. Davis, Mrs. tained therein." As the colonel Surely Congressman Green, to t

'. L, 0. Powell, Mrs. Caro Chandler, Instrumental solo-Mrs. II. V. says there must be no rocking of whom Florida Is looking to wage !11:8(1.: $L.SO in gold will be given \' \ I tr
Knight.
'I Mrs. Annie Lou Godwin, Mrs. Ef- ; the boat. The closest cooperation Its battle on the floor of the house 1'IIKK: to tlio Iiitky winner, Buy /
Talk on Education-Prof. S. S.Dowlln .
1 i : fie Miner, Mss: Olive Ray, Mrs. between" the Florida citrus when the demand Is made that l

.: J. M. Brownlee, Mrs. J. H. Hitch, ,.. world and official Washington Is adequate funds be set aside to car- jour Siitunliiy grxM-ierles here -

:, Mrs."J. E. Wilson, Mrs. S. L. Peek, Vocal selections (a) "In the desirable and necessary If FloridaIs ry on the cumpa'gn. of eradicationthat You limy lie--the w Inner t t
s Time of Roses" by Reichardt (b)
j: Mrs. O. L. Haynen, Mrs. E. L. ; to get the full measure of aid Is being waged against the

,;' Biggs, Mrs. A. M. Darby, Mrs. L. "How Sar! Fair", Fdor Flotaw from the federal government so fly, Isn't going to betray the state WINNER MUST BE PRESENT
Mrs J. W. Andrews, Jr.
: II. Hill, Miss Amelia Ray. necessary to insure "safety, and to which he owes so much. We

,6i al The chapter will meet the first Instrumental solo "The Melo- prosperity for the industry in this must enter that _.it with a united

.,\ Wednesday in November with Mrs. dy Vera of Claire Love"-Robinson.II. Engelmann by state, and Col. Knight, who has front if we are to succeed againstthe SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY-SATURDAY OCT. 4th & 5thCOlf ;

1 S. E. Brownlee and Mrs. J, M. just returned home from Washington announced opposition: of the __ __ _ _. un ,___ __ ___ .
nrownleo as hostesses. Reading --- "Just a Friendly where he was In conferencewith chairman of the house appropriation III'II"Iiilillllllll''''' ''''' ''I'i" ''" i ,i. I I i "' '" '

,. '. Last Saturday being Marianna Call"-Miss Hazel* Mlddleton.. Secretary Hyde and other of- committee.The I r L LINE FMST VEGETABLErCompound ( ;

\ Day, the U. D. C. entertained the tlclals, knows whereof he speaks. Star hopes that before this

:? !'. Confederate Veterans of the J. J. I.'IUSTIoaTISO\ : : OF Mr. Knight has been trying to secure appears !n print pressure will have

t I: Dickison Camp at luncheon. Mrs. WOMAN'S; CLVH a modification of the quaran- been brought to bear on Congressman I

1 t O. L. Beasley, Mrs. L. A. Davis and tine regulations governing: proct'fls-j Green by chambers of commerce Lard 2 Pounds- 25c.

',' Mrs. R. A. Week were hostesses." The Woman's Club of Starke Ing and sh'pment! of fruit as wellas and those agencies; winch; ,

*{ -.. will hold its first regular meeting compensation for the losses suffered are co-operating together< In such

of.the year 192 -1U30. on Wednes- by the growers but he places close unity with official Washington -

;yHENATOR;' ANI MHS. K.: SI.J01IXH day afternoon, Oct. 9th. All mem- those objectives secondary in Importance to the end that the fly fight Best White Rib Bacon Ibe : 171hc Ii
; ENTERTAIN<: ,
bers are urged to attend. The to the appropriation of may be carried on without Interruption

d due for the ensuing year are payable $26,000,000 for a continuation of to show himithe I error. of -

Roses, bright-hued zinnias: golden at ths! meetlneg. the fly eradication is recommended his position In the news dispatch Breaf ast Bacon !lb. 32c Potatoes101k39c: :

glow, and coral vine formed the After the regular" business meetIng by the department of agriculture -

simple though effective decorations a reception will be tenderedto and we believe has the Approval .

.1 In the home of Senator and Mrs the members of the Starke High of the president. .. 6 lb. Self-Rising Flour 23c Maxwell House Coffee
E. M Johns, when they entertained -
,f :
School faculty. A very Interesting It must be remembered" however -
their bridge club Tuesday eve- 1 lb. Jjc _. 3lb8.$138c
12 lbs Flour J5c
program has been arranged. Desirable that while the president, the For SaleFarm Self-Rising _
ning, at tholr home.
will be secretary of agriculture and other
prizes given away
During the evening several Interesting 21 lbs. Flour 85c
Self-Rising .
also every'evening. members of the department under Chipso __ 3 for 25c
of ,
bridge en-
were
games :
The public Is cordially Invited to which the fly fight is beng! carried -
joyed after" which scores were compared -
and prizes were awarded toMl' visit the demonstration fair and on In Florida recognize the Lands In this and ad- Post Bran, 2 pkgs. 2ic TOMATOES
enjoy the various exhibits and attractions necessity for additional funds beIng joining counties-some large
O. L. Beasley and Mrs. J. C.
given every day and eve- made available to carry on the and some small-well worth 3 large cans _. 25c j

\ ,, i Robinson who made high. ning. campaign of eradication, their the moneY-Small cash pay- Corn, Peas, Beans, 2 cans 25c 2 small 15c
; After the games the card tables cans -_ ___ _ _
recommendation for $26,000,000 ments and long time at low
; were laid with dainty covers and appropriation must be approvedby Interest rate for the balance.

.J a salad course was served. TWKNTIKTII; 1'ENTt'itY'LUIS congress before the money Is They won't last long If you Toilet Paper, 6 for 25c PICNIC HAMS, Ib 23c '.

0), Those Invited to enjoy the hospitality available and the issue must be are interested in buying a I
: of the host and hostess Mr. and Mrs: }'. I''. I
Stump en-
d fought out on the floor of the farm you should see me at
1 were: Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wall. tertained the members of this I I RICE 5 Pounds 25c "
house and senate. With Representative once. will gladly show you -
Judge and Mrs. A, Z. Adkins, Mr. club last Friday evening, using Wood, chairman of the these farms and aid you In :: ,
:. and Mrs. J, C, Robinson, Dr, and pink coral vine in decorating. the IIII'! ::;; -- ;-- -;-- 17, -
house buying
on
appropriation, actively" opposing easy payment
Mrs. B. S. Carroll, Mr. and Mrs. Tallies'were old-fashioned girls In such plan.
an appropriation the
I L. D. Vining and Mr. and Mrs, Say dresses and home-made candywas
closest co-operation! between Florida's -
: O. L. Beasley, placed on the bridge tables. :@
I delegation In congress and
: ,' Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mr. 0. M. the L.H.H111
department of agriculture is
: i.i rmoLKH: OK w. )(. H. WILL Inman were the lucky holders of to .
necessary secure passage of a '
_ while Mr. S. C. Peek "STORES ALL OVER FLORIDA"3SBSSSS3XX3E8K&EKSS8 P
MKKT MONDAYMrs. high scores,
measure making available this Immense
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__ t yw and Mrs. 0. M. Inman held low. fund so necessary for the HcerelurjTreasurer. "_::: .: ,'..A"'I', .U g'.I" -" ;?l .. ;!,, 1 ..hI
I of the S"tlOIIIIII.'III'J1I 1.01111s..o.l,,
) T J. (Iriffln will be hostess At the close evening a protection not only of our citrus

c Monday afternoon to both circles chicken salad course was served industry but the vegetable and 1 tlon. I Dunnellon Construction start- C:>'

of .the Woman's Missionary Society to the following guests: .
j fruit crops of adjoining southern LA WTEY, FLORIDA ed on concrete bridge across Withlacoochee
of the Methodist church. There Mr. and !Mrs O. L. Beasley, Mr. states. The quarantine must be I river at South Dunnel-\\1

will be Interesting. lesson from and Mrs. N. Sternberg, Mr. and maintained and the fly eradicatedand lon

the book now being studied by the Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr., Mr. and it will take money to do It.

(j ',: ::1, society, also a program of music Mrs. S. L. Peek, Mr. and Mrs. L. It was, therefore, with much (lSimi?525252,245z5Z52525Z5' ..52525? 4 'K.SC-C;;;

:r .. and readings: and the outstanding Wyman, Mr. and !Mrs. O. M. In- surprise and disappointment that C saSs? 3!! d.sm1! >5i!! "

..feature ot the afternoon will be man, Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Biggs and Floridians yesterday morning read

the opening of the sunshine bags, Mrs. J. E. Corpening. the statement sent out from Starkeby
to be used for local .
the proceeds
Green In whichhe
d' congressman READ THELOWDOWN
work. The hour of
the meeting is
takes the that
position reimbursement
.AKTKUM: HHIIHJi: O.ril -
.i; 3:30 p. m. SIKKTH: for the losses of growers -
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Is of first Importance and that
'f AhDiitE1VSIirWN2L' ;
Mrs W. M. Wainwright was he, as a member of congress, will;

;. Joseph William Andrews, hostess Friday afternoon, to mem- oppose any further appropriationfor -
bers of the Afternoon Bridge Club. eradication until congress has r
Jr. of Starke, 411
Baskets and vases tilled wit: appropriated money to reimburse"
announces the engagement of On TheHighups
his daughter graceful sprays of coral vine were the growers. Congressman GreenIn

pleasingly arranged; about tho his statement says, In part: i

Florence l largo living room, where three tables "I have contended all the time

MrHerbert Clifton to Brown, were at play. that the federal government should in State PoliticsIn ;]

Prizes were .awarded Mrs J. reimburse Florida growers, and I
of taw Florida l
ley, ,
A. Saul and Mrs Junius Smith shall oppose with all my might
ThoIE'ddng: will take place on
holder of high and second for tho nny additional appropriation The
L'Tl'ursduy. October seventeenth
,
;' afternoon. The players" were served eradication unless we are givenan :q
f": nlnet'.en hundred and twenty-nine
salad by the appropriation for reimbursement. -
\ dainty course
[ at the Flr.t", Methodist church, .
Btarke. hostess. If we are not given" an appropriation Florida State NewsHot

Those present were: Mrs. E. M. for re-lmbiirsement I

.'' JJJ..nO\I''; Johns Mrs. O. L. Beasley Mrs. will exert eveVy effort to the end" The Quest For Gold!

C. A. Knight, Mrs. J, C. Robinson that all quarantines lifted and

:. Mrs. Fay Prescott ifjl.: I," of Starke Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, Mrs. II. that Florida fruits and vegetablesmay off the griddle facts and opinion. The fear-

: announces the engagement: cf her t!. Wall Mrs J. A. Saul Mrs. Jun- again move freely to all markets less Capital Newspaper that never calls a Spade an The premise hidden gold led many a man: to =

:: a iliiiKliter, ins Smith and Mrs 0, L. Itaynes. In every state :In the Union. Agricultural Implement. Only daily cartoon on brave the terrors of Indians,, desert thirst and r

11{- Mildred, The Hoover administration should in loneliness in the days of '49. Wealth is still the
Florida subjects published the state. ,
to ( K.; ;NKWS: have allowed us an appropriationbefore
big factor in life's status but risks fewer. {i
Mr. J. D Doyle Jr.. the recess of the extra" sear ere

1 Starke, Florida, Topic for the Sunday evening sion of congress last sprit:, but Mail Subscription Hates:
> ;j
t The marriage will take place In program will be Ideal Worth Liv- Instead of appropriations for reimbursement DEVELOP YOUR BUSINESS!

,:Jfovember. ing For. Leader, Miss Blanche noth'ng apparently Three Months __ __ _ __ .'n ___n_ __ ___ $2.25Six ; You
mines
: Alderman. Time 6:30.: could be seen by the administration Today's gold lie in your own business.

] EXECUTIVE IIOAKD OF WOSI- Among those attending the district 1' but eradication, and the fact Months ., _.' __ ._ __ _______n_ _____ 4.25; have only to develop them. Men of vision have

'' AN'H' CM'II MKKTM rally at Interluchen Sunday today is that our growers of fruit One Year _____ _____ _______________ 8.00Florida learned: to call upon this Rank for the necessary
afternoon were: Mr. and Mrs. R. and vegetables are In many cases

F. Clark, Misses Lena Smith, Car- Impoverished and the army of 1 tools Capital. A gold mine lies before you.

I':exe-cutive, rie Uglow, Pat Lamb, Annetta eradication marchlnk steadily on."We .

/p of Starke was held Wednesday at William. Blanche Alderman Dor- find now great syndicates State News :\

,no o'clock a. m. othy Lamb, Elizabeth Kendrickand and capitalists of the north rush BANK OF STARKEAN

O\ Plan. for the demonstration Miss Patchett ing' to Florida and taking optionson TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA

; fair to be held Oet. 24, 23, and Christian Endeavor District Florida groves. It we had been

!I + 26th, were discussed It was re- Executives will meet here Sunday given reimbursement by the Hoover ,2'j?5 .9PS5575.57st5"'.!>ZSZ5252525252575Z5 r'ti' t s2S2"1J 5 5 5zcS25252S25Z52S HONOR- ROLL, DANK

orted that splendid la Oct. 13. at two m. administration of the -
progress p.
i course.
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-- 52525r .5'S1sza"Z5252s5'SL' u u'ZS2s-25 I Mr: crud !Mrs, W.V.. Unlsden.md ( The home of Mr. Bryan, son-.n d her sixti'cnih birthday Saturday I giving; clempnlH are In be found In 1 ',)

children and !Mr. ,light. Quito a lurKe crowd 1 of i> Florida's air sunshine, fruits and i
I G. W. Bals- law of Mr. Bessent, had, the root :"I"
den all of Jacksonville, were when the friends) were present and all reported t vegetables. J' ;11 ,Iif.' I
considerably damaged '
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Bits oiNey&s RiinslH of Misses Addle and Rosa a nice time. '
wind toro the roof from another Plant Florida i ,tJJ.
Balsden Sunday. Mr. Irene Lamb and Mr. Hlok.ntaker City Spruce '

house two blocks away and piled were v'sltliiK: :Miss Thelma''frown : Box Company mill started opera ,I ,


I f'''' ( j r<< : ? I Knight Mesdames! and J.E.C.M.Robinson Johns, C.wereIn A. It upon-the -Bryan--home.- We are Saturday sorry night.to know that Plant. City .-- Leavltt Photo Co.. i ;+: y t't'tlons 'i(

) ,.t ,'" Gainesville Martha\ Dryden was hit by a car moved from Harrell building to S ,
Monday attending leeeet.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeezIFF driven by Millie Allen Monday afternoon i Trnsk bu'ldlng.\ .. \
I the showing of "The Dance ofLife" "
whets she stepped 1 oft lie( Plant City Construction of
Business *
Our People and
1
the
Concerning at Florida.Mr. :
school bus. Don't think her Injuries \ septic tank In western part practically .
Progress of the County and Town. .. Miss brat Lcwln. Cor.eeeeeeeeeeetleNeeel .. are so bnd. completed.Perry '

]Henry Parker Mrs Bernice :0'I Wages Barber Shop r
eeeNbir. nits A. G. Brown and daughter +
'Opperman and daughter, Frances, Thelma and bits Irene Lamb consolidated with Clayton BarberShop 'll
---- 5'5'5'Z Sd.,252.E==sa.sa.s ------- and Mrs. ]Drltton Groover r
CI= '''''''''''' ; ; ; ; =IIQ''C5:: : : 5CJ and Imogens Parkes nil of Grand of Stark'e( were shopping In Jacksonville and will be known In future i L J
I week-end
... n .mull"\ made a business Mr. Henry Parker spent Monday Rapids Mich., are guests of h1 r, I I and here children with Mr spent Groover's the mother, Monday as City Barber Shop. Q 1'I,
yr "' and Mrs. P. r
Monday. In Jacksonville. M. Barefoot.Mr. Beach State !
Orange
+ ')I", ;K'?.Mvllle Mrs. J. H. Kelley and Mrs. Groov "'fl are all glad to know that Delray ; ,t ?
1,10 ._ Thomas. Gorden Dadsworth, Jr., Is able togo '! Oil Company to establish headquarters :" lp
er's slater Mrs. ,Rt: n. I
and Mrs. Richard Hunter ,
L. Frazee were here and will construct
MTH J. Mrs. ( back to school\ UKa'n.Mr. I too; ;
Col' and' ciainesvllle, Monday. Louise Josephine ]Rorahaugh/; Miss moved' to Lovett this week after M,', and Mm. G AV. Rivera and and Mrs Wlslle Dyal and warehouse and storage; tanks in ,.y;; ? ,

tiers H) Burddorff Tlpplns and) Miss Blanche upending six months here, where little daughter, Selma, are spending daughters, Ulemay and Attevay, near future. ... '
of Brooker were in Mr.\ Hunter while with hits Rivers' father. ,<
the a .
was employed by Erection will
pairing, opposite City Starko last Friday of Sampson! were visitIIIR Mr. and I St. Petersburg -- ;
i Duval Mr. J. H.
undlo Construction Co Kelley.
start cafeteria building ,
Mrs.: A. O. Drown Sunday. soon on new I
Brn Johns. Mr.\ and bits J. W. Lewis and t ..',t':;
-k :
-- airs Equllla! Jones of here attended at Fourth Street itnd Second I. ;.',:
"" -- Mrs J. T. Moore, Mrs. Dr. G. P. Raymond has recovered Mr. and 1IrsV. S. Ray were attending f t "
\H V- Knight! and George 1 the teachers') association at avenue: south. 'J
ti'' and' i Mr" Roberts and Mrs. G. W. Brown from his recent illness and is to luminous in Storks Tues
.. 0 ,h: KiriRht, were In Jackson- wero vUliors hero from able to be out again. He announces day. Brooker Saturday. ..___.___,_,_._.__0)0 .
Lawtey Willie and Victory '
Messrs. Jac k, ,
Ie 1\, dur.dny.sir ; Monday. the services at the Baptist church Mrs. J. L. Gasklns and( children: Lamb, were visiting Pauline ?\

for next Sunday to be held at 1 the and M'ss! Frankle Sue Merrlon]\ i
of Baldwin, -- Mills and Delma Surrenoy Sunday. ,
,
Vii'1'- !Brlnson + '
\ usual) hours. and sister, Ruth of Evergreen,
daughter Mrs. J.COrll.IIII1" Mi', Jnmeu William Mrs. Maude Snrrency U on the
I"'" Brownies
NOTICE! '
.mm. of last .
? \ ------ I wero fn our section one day
,,, Wednesday. left Sunday morning for Atlanta Mills Clara Louise Peek, Miss week sick lint. We wish her a speedy

." .---- where 'IO will enter tile Mental Eloise Hitch and Miss: Leila Den I Mrs. I. W. Dyal and little daughter recovery Cv
."THO. ,llId oat seed J. F. College Geneva Youngblood; and brothers -
Ittt .i+ Andrews were guests of Mrs J, R. Marlon Lee, of Graham, spent !
9-27-tf. and sister, were visiting Mr.
Hit*. Boring\, Jr., In Gainesville last last week here with her parents, I'' '
Miss\ iriue Wood, who ;an In- Friday< and attended the Gaines- Mi', and Mrs J. W. Lewis and Mrs I Rrney< Yarborough. This ia to advise the many users of COLOilEIJ' :y'

".-I |IJ ,K; Knight/; was a profes- Rtiuctor in the Lawtey ::school, ville-Sturke football game: while Mr. and Mrs. F. AV. Reynolds Mr. Lacy lllgdon of Starke was SOUTHEKN NUT PRODUCT of a change in price
Gainesville Thurs- spent( I the week-end here wllh visiting Miss Thelma Drown here t
cal, w to in herpal'ente there. and children of Graham pem Sunday '
I : Sunda)'. and! distribution In order to comply with instruc- ,
,
Mr.
and Mrs. A. Wood.
here with their Mr.
--- I parents
Mr. Nalco Porsyth and Hubert tions of the United State Department of Internal I ,
----
r\OTIC"-I.II'. 1<'. B. Stephens of I and Mrs. J. B. Thmm s.
''Ii', H s: Harvey left today M..'. Frank< Mitchell of the University Waldo having fully recovered from: Miss Martha Groover of Woodland Varnes motored 1 over hero S utdny. Revenue, this product must now be tax-paid at "1 r'I: ; '
'lion. fur :North Carolina where of )Florida spent the week- Iiln recent Illness will ihe week-end hero with: We are having Sunday school l
again resume spint lOc pound and a retailer must have u special :YI t '
weeks vacation. end with at the Christian church every Sunday per .
hU ,
wIll, spend i wo uncle and aunt, Mr. the )practice of dentistry In Waldo home folks ,
-- : and M rs. J. M. Mitchell.\ and will be pleased to serve his Mr. and Mrs. (i. W. Rivers and afternoon at 2:30.: Kverbody license costing him $.1.00 per month for the privilege II

Mr J-l W Townsend of Lake tot mar patients after October the Mr. Clyde i Kelley and sister, Miss Invited. of handling it. : t;

lu. auoa business visitor In M., and Mrs. H. I L. Brownlee hilt 10-4-21* Willie, all spent last Sunday at e ,

-1Cvecl,, n... lay.pliinu and ci.ttitfhter; Mary urd Mr*. S. .K.Brownlee Fairbanks with their sister, Hire Fort Pierce Erection of cold The public understands the reason for "these J';

early varieties.: '. were In Jacksonville Sat Word wits received here Tues- J. G. Howard. storage and 1 freezer plant plannedfor regulations and no explanation is necessary. '; I:
abbaj urdu) day of the marriage of Miss Ella< r.ltJ.. W. Lewis and Mr. W. S. this place.Inverness "

I' Kl<'klt'p' ",' 9-27-tf. --- Mao Long of Jacksonville to' Mr.\ Riiy were shopp) ng in Starke last ) .- Suunyland Duck The following progressive' merchant in the city f'h'! ; :
.. -- Mrs. !Stanley' C. Cornell and !lt- I.'. A. Canova of O('ala. They are week. Farms, located near outskirts of !" i ""
will spend I of Starke will have this license and continue to offer .
Hisv iciinii;, rttansbury tle sons James Frederick< and Cor-
expected here Sunday for a visit Miss Erma Stokes spent!' Snndnynight town, plans expenditure of sev-
wl'k-, i>nd at Johnstown with bill Scott 1, were vluitlng. Mr. and with All Canova's mother, hire E.I / here with her cousins, .Misses eral thousand dollars In large ex- the item for sale : i I ,

ilva Boyd :Mrs. F. A. Scott thin week. N.! Canova. I Thelma and Fay Stokes. pansion program I 1 I It ,w
-' A M-C STOKE .Starke Florida. 1 j
------ I --- --- Winter Garden -- Contract t ,,
li, E L Wilson of Green Cove Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Hoover[ of Mrs. W. I E. Torode, Mrs. L. ]1. awarded 1 for erection of $35.000 yl"',

UIRS wata business visitor! here :Miami arrived WedneHc'ay and: will Hill Mrs. Effle Miner. Mrs.\ Annie eeeeeN'OeCeM. : 7.OOM:C'>ee. boya dormitory at Holllns Collt' e. _._._.__._ __._._'_._ _._._.___ _._..-..-' : :
,InesdnvIlw spend ten days with Mr. nn.l hrs) Lou Godwin and Mrs. Curo Chandler GRAHAM ,

i C. F Hoover. all of here Wednesday I
Lawtey
were l"i
I. .
I'':'Ia Whjtten of Raiford. afternoon attending; a meetIng :....................... SZSgSaggSg- CIGnt-1nL CJ Ll
in :Starke; Wednesday after- Mr. and Mrs. C. A, !Futch and I
of the U. D. C. at the home of
i i
D son, Mack and Mrs. (>. M.\ Sis- Mrs. O. L. Mr.\ and Mrs. Roy Roberts have :
Beasley.
.- trunk wero In Jacksonville last moved to Carbur. where he has accepted i lrr SPECIALS October r4th rh1i25'2.5'2..5'25

\Cr, hHM,. following) fresh seeds: Thurxda}'. Mrs. J. C. Rampley, who han a position returned to..
I. utabngas, mustard, cab- -----.- Miss Nixie Johnson I
been spending the summer In ,
her home In Hoboken. Ga, Monday ,
,
radish car- .
lettuce,
s h.is' Delirious)! cakes made to order.Will Xurth Carolina, spent few days "
a
also onion after two months here with hercouA r.5 r5 unrnu2Stu uZ5Z57 u ur2525'rur2a 51.5252
i 111 "ins Bollards also enter social affairs Kales lure with her mother Mrs. S, F. '
i F Kiekllter. tf leaxonahle. Mrs. H. A. We..kll.I'hon'l Ilamrlck, before to Let n Geitlfe Johnson. ', '
10-1-tf. returning Mrs. Margin Byrd and brother, Good Grade CreameryLake Best Grade t
40.
home In Sebrlng. Joe of Waldo visiting Mrs. I Streak Lean Streak Fat
'I i ,uiil\ Mr" E. M. Johns and were II -
and Mrs J C. Robinson werelarkaonvllle Mrs. J. 1 II.[ Hitch. Miss Harriet Byrd one day last week. I J. ,
Su nday. Mlddleton, Mrs. Wade Among, those attending; the Flor- Misses\ Thelma Brown, Pearl View l Butter$

Hitch Kennedy, Hazel nod 1 Airs J. II.1[ Hltth' Jr. Saturday da-Southern afternoon game In were Gainesville: Messrs. Pnrrlsh and Nellie Strickland Will : SALT; BACON j I'j', ;

Coven shopping/ In Starke Sdtnrdny after-
.are Thomas of Green spent Thursday In Jacksonville.Mrs. D. A. Montleth, H, V. Knight: A, !r
wag a business 'visitor to -- r. Paul' F noon. \. i Pound? .. 49c
J. Thomas, Knight, L. Package -
crowd t enjoyed a
Quite a large PerPOImdHe
and
-k. Saturday. James Godbold son Smith, ]II. C. Wall E. M. Johns, ot
the home
pound party given at
James, of Jacksonville, were Kuestn Iud :.Mr\ and Mrs. J. H. Rltch, Jr. i
avls anddr Saturday of Mrs. CJodbold's sister Pearl and Gertie Johnson in honorof !

l'i w r..' In Jacksonville 9.-)n- Mrs. S. S. Dowllng.Mr Rev H. D. Gober of Orlando, their cousin Nixie Johnson i Pure CaneSUGAR +': 1
itlcinoonaturday Mr. and Mrs. Willard Smith of ,
---------
andThulreday
was in Starke Wednesday mother.Mrs. i Fillc'I" "
Orlando was visiting her )
John Higdon and dough' / I
----- / giving the address at
J. H. Graves ]last week-end. '
for Granulated
be day
will a tag ter Miss Kvn. were visiting friends the annual meeting of the Baptist :
bem.-nt of the girl's basket In Gainesville Wednesday after- church on Wednesday and conduct We were all very sorry to hear I I ., ,
I! cant of H. H. S. of the death of Mrs. Farney Jones
noon. devotional exercises at the '
Ing of .here she will be missed by a Maple LeafSYRUP ;

Mrs! D S Carroll, Miss Ethel Mr. "and Mrs. J.V. Andrews, high/; school In place auditorium of Dr. G.Tburs'daymorning P. Ray- number of friends and relatives. A Fine Maple Flavor f.,,1-;:

Dn and Miss Lots Long were Si1 have announced the birth of a mond. Mi' and Mrs Rufus Jones returned Quart Bottle 38c ;

ilatkiouvllle Monday son on Sunday, Sept. 29. He has ---- to their home In Tampa 'Ii Table Syrup i,; ,! '''I., ,
Sunday last after the death of his
been named William Anthony. Mrs. A. V. Long of Ga'nesvllle, ,)j,1 i
mother Mrs. Farney"Jones.Thojma ,
,
'If Wllmot Brown of Tampa
---- was visiting in Starke Tuesday and Franco mericanSPAGHETTI !l; '
i 'lulling friends and relatives !Mabel Reddish Brown of here celebrat-
and
Misses !Pearl was accompanied home by hermother
ilark* and Lawtey this week. and Flosslf Walnwright of Jacksonville Mrs. S. E. Brownlee errs '" i JVii" Cllecw 2cans,24cII I ;V :
l l
with
: spent the week-end Long left Wednesday for Washington and Tonalo Sallce ,
.
I. II A Bishop has returned M-. and Mrs. J. U. Reddish. :'
D. C., where she will visit her I
'n hi vacat'on' which he spent FLORIDA1-1 1I -' WM MMMHMH.HMMMMH HiMiWMMHi H lC
son and daughter-in-law, Ensign<
.orllt Cnrbllna. Miss Bertie Wilson of Green and Sirs. A. C. Long who announced I Fresh Shipment I

Cove Springs/ spent several days of the birth of a baby girl last i aIg IRISH"porArOES J JI'I
*!ii I Mania Harley has retorted this week with Mr. and Mrs. Ivy Sunda)' I THEATRE i G COMPOUND LARD
'niln.nc-ville: has |
: where she Wilson.Mr. lIome of ViMplionePROGRAMS
it i vmmng; friends.: I II
of America,
Troop 1. Boy Scouts t
--- and; ; Mrs A. T. Williams and held Us weekly meeting Friday I :G g | Bring Your Pail Iaar Firm g :

'1 D r Vlnlng. Mrs L Wy children John Uavld and Betty Jo night, September 27th. Twelve Week Com. Oct. 7, 1929 '

''Bnfi! Mr 0. L. Beasley spent moved here from WIlKston: last stouts were present, Includ'ng one ': <;:
"': .. Gainesville.if \ Per Pound .12c 10 Pounds 40c +
j- in PI noon 'n_ week. .. recruit and Ronald Pitts, who Is ig G \ - -
-- it'G ,
& ,
-- transferred from the Lawtey Monday Tuesday !Ir
Hi-m-v\. ,
Schaffer of Lovett, and11': -
Mr. J. K. Robinson chosen '
Troop. Patrol leaders were
iHittnn friends here Thurs- recent ig G Large Cans Small Cans g a
!rook Hall of Ocala were and Hcrllm elected. The Troop I "ILLUSION" Van Camp's r I
J guests; of Mr. and Mrs. J, F. Col- then went to Major Peek's lot and 1 I

|'Irs I'1 Barefoot Mrs. Fran ley -- ward practiced had tent a welner pitching roast and after I With Ir MILK; .. .. .. lOc.. 5c i !I';", ",
I
Parker Mrs. B. Opperman and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Popped and Merrill Futch. Scribe Buddy Rogers and t n u I IG

(family of Plant City, were guests I I Fancy Jonathan "' i

of relatives In this section for several W. A. Hessent and eon W. A. i Nancy Carroll j .'

FI[ A I WORD) days of this week.J Jr.. returned Monday from Fort -. .- -- EATING\ APPLES ifledillT:' Sizc Dozen' 59c ; ,;

Jack onvllle, Lauderdale where they had spent C luiclJ Ripe ::: ',
W. Alvarez of several days with relatives. They ,
COLUMN pent. Monday. and Tuesday In were there during the high winds Wednesday"JEALOUSY" tftf ,I i ir

I, '.' [null dog puppies Ftarke with his brother J. M. Al- caused by the tropical disturbance Water{ Ground DlecUllm' "'. ,

old: cheap. II. C. varez. nn' th
In -hi Lawtey. 10-4-2t* Friend of W. L. Wall will regret the damage j With 6Pounds,23c i', r,

t .11' Missionary straw- to hear of his Illness which wn;>NJeRm' JDt"!. Jeane Eagles I

"I'r'II'I' Part from of new August/ground.C.urke has Cherry kept him street confined for!several to his homeon days. COFFINS & CASKETSand | i II I--- .. 8i. /' &G Octagon
---
I -- OPO\VDERS'
e' 8-16-tf. ---- a Full Mne of \ i.iJ.1
let' !St.nday v SOAP SOAP 6f for.f r23craiTSra52
t ".' Mr.to Sammy!filler the Steri'bonr Atlanta Dental UnderiaKers Supplies i Thursday & Friday - ..1 I .

r' ".''. Dlants 100,000$2.00 Missionary per ,1000.man. College.; He was: accompanied by Mr\ andMrs. ns+ AUTOMOBILE: HEARSE II "The Iron Mask"With < =r25H5ES252S2S2SZSZS2Sa52SHS25USa5H5DeWITT sz;' s25zs1522az2szs'u! L'zsa 5u25 5 5'u ,25u ''u, I

H far all Jacksonville
> Hollister, Fla.9.27.2t f
and children *.n". Tk. but .-eo 1m
N. Sternbcrg Alwtrm .n ,
.
.
.
prfrM. Mp .1.1-
I Unllnn th loiml t* t.I.Wr.l ,i.k .rd..... ; '
On account of short M/. and Mrs.\ C H. Stearns Hall,and recent I. HKCIHTP.KEU KMHALMKR: I Douglas Fairbanks M= C STORR: '
+I guents of Mrs.\ N. H.
,1 I
n have about 20 returned the f HEWITT C. JONES :
-
-- -
shotes for sale. N. Mr.\ Wesley Stearns ( I < +
Snlurdnp------
Frultl.lldPark. .
n ht. 11, first of the week to I tJ.c ARKE. FLA. -- ,?a
1/-.T;..3 5 5252525 =':'S'2525i .1
"" >( : Jocrlmt: S "
{6'0 11r1N TRAP"With
Furnished apart TIe -I .
'c'"' Sebrln l IAtt .
Harold F
.
!Mi-
painted with private
IIJI Oa.. and will later
II" 'arage. Mrs 'S. F. day for Albany lOW'1
has accepted -
'ann It* go to Atlanta{ where he- -

\T a position with the G.or.lii! Say it I/at-Shelly and EvelynBrent I

'd dog. male, white Forest Service _
' 1d in For All
'potted' extra. large."Jack" has re- Flowers c =
Ceo
Gardiner 1 1e
DrIVer! Mrs. A. .
suitable-- --- --
and\ tot, "turn ; turned from Hastings[ Palatka and Occasions
to Floyd Green While. .Inpalatka
'ark" It* St. Augustine Beach guest of Mrs.\ Talking or Singing Comedies
the
she was ,
.'T Gertrude Goober
White dog with large Edward Usina. AsilqCAINESVILLE

ac-k pots on back and shout Rigodn ana Anderson ,
-rs..brown and white head, Mr. and I\Ira Arthur .. -- -

pilt UI"'bl&" III fight reward ear.for named capture Spot or, :191'01'0 Mrll. called JaY Penney to the of bedside Jack of onvllle their Phone 111 Waldo, Tla.I FLA. C,, JONES, Starke,

Friday "
6ernabouta of same; If M 'aunt, 1'011'15 Viola sweat test "\;; '-1"F=

"din Graham it l'night I ,1


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IUtAI>I--ORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. 8TARKK! FLORIDA FIZIIY, O'TOBEII: I

'_. : SIT ._ .. _, __ 'u ,_ -- _. --. ..- -, .______ __ on ___ ___ -- -, -- .. -- '- -- .., -- -" 10" Ii
.
-- u ---- $1'1t.M C'()TnOI, KOUTIIK the best example of utilization ol Under car, Chevrolet sought to corral IUUUCH LKHSOVHNOTli U\
r-; .... __ -- TO FIGHT FOR
u
11KAX LISA K.I KHM'KK second hand veneer boxes and in this survey tho many seem- :H> i I' v II,

I ,,N I) IiI'':.\N IK.\: I-.1ULI.EI:It crates. In 8.hl'tlon there will be details which In:1:
ingly unimportant ,
Farmers & FarmingBy SMALL GROWER exhibits of manufacturers of all ThrOllgarralllt"I'1! >
: through carelessness or indifference ""hI
The farmer who plants a c'rop tools and equipment and by naval pleted with Wyiin I.'<.i.i ,

Congressman n. A. Green of the< of beans In the fall is almost rer stores operators and forest landowners on the part of the driver, cut ly known bridge li-a-" i I", "\ ',,.

( Agricultural' Editor: ) Sprond Florida District Friday expressed taut to experience trouble with as well as special fire fight- down the mileage that might bo and writer the T >li.i" ,

his regret; of the pOBltloi two very common Insects, says( AN. Ing equipment and Interesting and obtained through more intelligent to offer a series of I II"i i'I III'

'- taken by ('hnirrnanVood of UK TUnot" 115551' 'tnt entomoloRlsol Instructive: exhibits from stale and handling of the car.Manufacturers des on bridge. Tlu' ", wi''

Farmers and Truckers Arc Invited; to Contribute Articles house appropriation comrn'lte< the Florida' Experiment: Station national forest services. have been doing bo released weekl I\ "I

and Methods Found relative to reimbursement of FlorIda Theso are the bean leap-hopper or their utmost to make gains in the heading of "Easy L-, ,. I,

of Farm Experiences II fruit men and growers. lie< jaesld!! and the bean leafroller.The direction of greater: mileage and tlon nridge." This I t "

'fo He Host Suited to Our Country staled In part: bean leaf-hopper or jasaii I I II now it Is felt that with greater cooperation appear exclusively l'n ih, ,
RURAL COMMON SENSE: '

___________---- . ,- --. .. I "I can not understand whyC1Iall'nl1l1 : Is a pale-green Insect about 1-8 I I Ity Hpiids. Johnson I II I II from the driver, motorists In the Telegraph.'I
__.u __.. -- .- -- Wood takes t.1I6sltloll Inch long. They ore quite active may ride millions of miles More bridge l is. bcm I i I, I ''lin

stale agricultural college; ,, and are easily disturbed: jumping I I yearly at no extra fuel cost if the over before and in ,out i $, ,
from the (that Florida fruit! and vegetabli I I,
Proper Handling Incredulous or flying away at the least touch make the greatest of all girth,,
mpliilned( (10 his rather growers; should not be reimbursed Klliniiiiitc HiiznnN anil 11e4111c1JAsMs ;- matter of watchfulness can "..,
by of the bean They are suckIng to learn tho, ,
that plant. essary i I.
;
audience a sufficiently strong: appeal.
one.man for IOSBCS caused by the Mediterranean t'Yom Fii', tin Kaiiux ,
Prevents Rot Tn :allowing ems to become fertilized fly eradication campaign, Injects, and feed upon tIle Just how this attention! to fuel play properly, and II '111,
qual.llesto juices of the beau leaves. The; that recognized nnth.. ,
their keeping economy brings Its reward is illustrated
reduced of ''n
he President Hoover, secretary ag '
Coloring Citrus unbellevcable extent 'auue thn leaves to be dwarfed I'lld< Fire is a mighty fne: thins; in record. of performances lowed. It you aI'ft i I",. ,
an almost rlcuUnro Hyde and In fact the entIre II
when it Is where want and
lesson curled and later turn yellow and you lessons will
lie concluded\ his Impromptu Hoover adinln'stratlon has coming In to the company's offices, prove .1 h...,
this good advice: "If your die with the result that no pod need It, but It Is anything but good which show 'that although the and If you are air..", ,
with since given assurance to tin ""
The use' of gases; In the coloring of no special value, long are produced. The leaf-roller belongs when it is where it Is not wanted Chevrolet six Is expected to run with the bridge the i I"
are dl
roosters 1"orldlcongl'esslonal: delegatloi
lead to serious and should not be. The week beginning -
of citrus fruits may If to the of butterflies solutions will lord
kill them and eat them. you that reimbursement bill would group approximately: 20 miles to the gal i m \ i .1,
stem-end surface a October 6 Is designated at
rot
losses from or them up known as skippers from their jek; some entertainment ,
various sections
dont wont to do 'lint, pen be by the Tin : lon, motorists In Ie,
blemishes unloBB the process? passed congress. fire prevention week In a proc
hateh'ng method of flying. The adult is or tlon.
23 24
for
need eggs; of the country are gelling ,
until has been most t
you Florida delegation
handled. H. R. Fulton 111111:11by: PrwHpnt ''loov-M', anil
in propeily harm than a bin''ah color with lor.g prolongations little 5-
does more and 25 miles through Just a '-
Btid II. B. Stevens senior palhologiBla A. rooster al'tlvE'ln obtaining this assurance, farmers should give attention tc
the breeding or tails on the hind wings
any lime outside I for the administration added attention to the mailer. Cross receipts of I 11 I ,,
good and
; one expect
of the United States Citrus thU matter the same as city dwel .II :
with
the
; Tho adult lays Its eggs on iin
it allowed to run The majority of Items to be Electric
season to keep faith with! the people Company. con i I ,
Field Laboratory Orlando ''I
: IIteases der side of the leaves of beans,
't lers.It watched are rather obvious to the liable barometer
the hens of Florida by promptly passlnfn of I iiiresg >
I' Florida have made! extensive beggarweed and other legumes, ; Is estimated that 30 percent litO,
this line und I think most people realize the bill carrying adequate, funds toreimbursement 1927 fire average automob'le: owner but showed an lucn-u ''JI,
:. InvoutlKiilons! ; nlmg') The hatch Into small green or more of the nation's
f of the young clerk sdatement. for all fruit am eggs through an inadequate appreciation for last month, ('Oml>ul', i" ,
I ; offer tho fjllowlng 8lfgpeston'l; : oirei-lness Ish-brown caterpillars with darl lose occurred on farm In cheek t
t is not of their Importance. are commonly -
for
advice celpts August of l I"
4 t Frjlts from certain groves de- hu.t his vegetables destroyed. brown beads The young caterpll ,Ins? the fIgure for 1927 with those ; Ir "
J should be overlooked. J. Hanlon Jr.
I I'' pay more readily, thus making It followed generally as it II "The fact Is that Florida is now Jar cut two slits in the edge of the for 192., the; : iol.owlni I'llI'nlfllntfacts ( : The sets down specifically mating'. I A
lay eggs survey encouraging feature .
I advisable to run coloring test on Hens will (continue to practically free from the fruit fly leaf, roll buck the flap between: are revealed. The total an i ho,
the number of factors which It
rooster In a Ing he added, was thn,
r, fri'ltH from unknown> groves It a there Isn't even a and practically no fruit files have the silts, and ties It down wltl nual fire loss In 1925 was placed II"',
What Is more, eggs observed, should increase your erable part of its ,
Y1L latce, percentage; of rot appears same county. 1 been found In Florida for several strands of silk. It hides In thi at $570,000.000 ; of this 150. wai tp'
five miles to the
such conditions mIleage!\ two to from residential .
ij1 in any grove; the fruit In that grove produced under month although an army of several shelter, emerging only to feed. 000,000 occurred on farms. The sen i ,
and at considerably gallon. They are: months since ,
di nboiild be allowed to color on the I Itr will keen much longer thousand federalized men art Ihe leaf-hopper\ due to Its math total fire loss In 1927 Is placed at many n> II t
than 1. When standing or waiting showed
deflnlt
temperatures celpts ,
es. I !! higher; rgldly: patrolling the state. If the od of fording, cannot be killed! bv $475,000,000 ; of this $150,000.- < ''IIrO\;
from for the light to change, don't race
. 1 ferfle eggs that result ; ment, compared with III ''dh,i
.1 The fruit to be colored should the federal government can maintain ordinary polnon Something 000 occurred on farms. In 192C
sprays.
birds to' run with motor. and it Indicate', .
your
t be well along toward full maturity pcrmllllns male a great army of men to hunt for must be used which will kill then 3,500 people lost their lives in year, I ,1'0''
make
2. When are to a stopof
you ,
4 Green! fruit colors! i-towly and! poor llm lock( at all times. evidence of the fruit flies, surely by direct contact. Black Leaf 40 farm fires; In 1927 3,500 more slderable progress nia\ we.< .
begin to than a minute, turn off
' will soon more ed during the latter ,
ly. and the( longer the fruit Is in A fertile eggs If expos lit Is financially able to appropriate Is the material most generally usei people lost their lives in farm motor.. i I' |[ tI

tho clo'IJroom( the more likelyit show chick development money to re'mburse Florida gr>W'ers. '- for this It in usually Jeeirable fires your year.
of over 10 de purpose. 3. Don't drive at excessive -
-
la to develop rot. ed to a temperature Thousands of Florida fruit to the beam will Thus! wo see that while the 'Ire -
spray unless the occasion demands -
cause speeds
The room should l be ventilated grees. Hlp'ier tr-mperalure* and vegetable growers have beer bordeaux to control diseases t nIl loan In cities was reduced by $95000.000 ,- Unless all signs fa I i"rh>

so that :he air completely changes; (aFter development and any egg rendered almost penniless through the Black Leaf 40 may be addei In two years, the fire lost I High speed travelling this year one of the (In, aw
r during the period of an hour before w.ll; become absolutely' unfit tor the destruction of their fruits anvegetables. at the rate of 3-4 pint to 50 gal on farms was reduced not at all., burns more /gas. In history Is in store fin, 8ta'
five 4. Remember that the faster
1 each: dosage! 1 la> applied. Fruit human food within four or which were in many Ions of the bordeaux spray. It one The principal rouses of flies on as far as the weather I is rn',
starts. drive the more con-
Bhruld not bt. crowded in the days after development cases their sole source of revenue, does not wish to use the boreaux, farms as listed by the United you gas you And old fashioned raln\' ,ml
higher So when find that
d froom for treatment: nl eat! four Since temperatures even "It Is decidedly unfair to destroy 6 to 8 pounds of laundiy noap may;; State Df-parlment of Agriculture, sume. you head-you filled the lakes and r V.M! .ii Ib
not un about out of and are
1t inches should be allowed btwrentach than those mentioned are oncitizen's property for the benefit bo added to 50 gallons of wale are "por.ttnpous: combustion of -}ay are gas means a regular Win' ,ra '
for station! take it slow-
4' row of boxes. co'nmOIduring the summer of all citizens of the United and the 3-4 pint of Black Leaf 41 and other agricultural pr dii. ts Ing a gas with some cool weatln. I i'ii, I
for
"swat- and chances negotiating
Do exceed the standard dos- months, the deHirablllty of make ly your freezes. No storms arf'' III!'r.
L1 not States and 'then to refuse to < added to this. Some preltmlnar; 1'Ehtnlng, :detective! chimneys and
age of one cubic foot of theylenegas ting the rooster" at that tme: Is I all citizens of the United Statei experiments tarried: on last year, Hues, careless use of matches and the distance will be greater. endar for September n. ''ltob)<
5. When starting watch the
per 5,000 cubic feet of room veiy Important.By share in his 'losses. It Is the duty indicate some of the new pyre: smoking, combustible roofs, careless and fall weather will 111 l ,- rig
choke Don't drive with the choke
space. keeping eggs Infertile, the of the federal government to reImburse thrum sprays will be valuable la use and storage of gasolineand than with a. most pleasant met
out moment more neces
Nnety; to 95 degrees Is the most dllQculty of handling them is I Florida fruit and vege controlling! this insect pest. SprayIng kerosene! and faulty wiring Installations a prospect.

r favorable temperature for stem- greatly 'educed. Another of the table growers because their prop with the ordinary sprayer Is and Improper use ot sary. 5- -

1..i end rot development, and It the rules for producing good summer erty destroyed by the government usually not very satisfactory ai electrical appliance: 6. Be sure that your brakesare down Preparations are well m tIe 1 w,
This cuts
L fruit is passed at this temperature, eggs Is to. keep: them clean. A officials Is for the protection of cit of the leaf-hoppers f'sellpewithout < !Many of these causes can be not dragging for the planting of an <11.081!
many mileage. Get brakes Inspected ,
rot Is greatly increased. The temperature 'dirty egg has usually been wet Izens In states ,far removed froir being wet by the spray Amore eliminated, and thus our own fa I m your your fall and wnter: truck i' m >

1 should be even through I and wettIng destroys the natural Florida. Fruits are destroyed Ir satisfactory! arrangement I Ii buildings: can be given a measureof frequently. Lade county and tin 'acer.
7. Have valves ground '
tho room, and kept down to 80 or which against the of your acreage should equal 01'' "ill t'
film Protects an egg Florida for protection grow- to build franev/ork over the noz protection from fires. We
85 degrees. A humidity of about the entry of the spores of decay. era in California, Texas, New York zlo and a vore this with! burlap 01 should 'lot neglect c thing of his when they need It. record of last season. Th h vi|!!
8. See that the Idling adJustment of the ..
85 per cent should be maintained Keeping/ eggs from gelling dirty In and other states then it Is only letting It hang over tin kind acreage; early n w
canvass, on your carburetor Is set at be In beans, peppers. am1,' :pla''
throughout!; the process. not nearly us difficult as it sounds. fair that these protected state* Bides and back almost to the< .
that the mixture '
the
t! As soon as possible after colar- Provide plenty of clean nesta; rind should\ share In our loss. The Insects flying Iron I')4SliLirU: IIAVKCiKKKN proper point so Tho plantings will in <" a'
ground. Is not rich. It It Is not at .
r lug: the fru't should be packed ,indwell ,clean them frequently. It Is also "t have contended al Itlie time the will\ strike this curtain : : LAXV.NS AM.AVIXTKR too carrots, tomatoes, gqu\ :> ra
spray the point It gives inefficient ,
proper you bage cucumbers letiu mil ..11
,
cooled. The fruit should be hens indoors : IN FLORIDA
advisable: to keep
that the federal government should wh'ch:' will be wet with the spray idling performance and
nips. Planting of a IHI: < ilath'
moved to the consumer as rapidly when tin- runs are wet and muddY. reimburse Florida growers, and 1 I and will be killed. A good m..t Pioc -- ,
: as possible after cooling, as the Should some eggs; become soiledIn Having a nice green lawn In 'he wastes gas. acreage will be mad < 'ol>
shall opposu with all my might an) of protecting beans from the lasslds -
9. Don't fill tank full ,
gas
your fOr wit
warm weather of the early shipping spite of all precautions, keep 1 additional appropriation: for eradication is to keep a strip a few rod II fall and winter In Florida, Is tho : will and November IOU
to some escape
season Is very favorable to them for home con umptlon. Do I unless we are given ai wIde all the way around the bear largely; a matter if flnd'ng out thatIt cap Is already being put In
the vent in the
through
; cap extensive will ot' "a-d
I, stem-end rot development. not wash them, as washed eggs appropriation for reimbursement field free of all kinds of herbaceous can be done, declares O. Jo;. 10. Don't ride the clutch December.crop

!spoil! quickly. Gather eggs at Unless we ure given an appropriation vegetation. Ritchie, assistant agronomist; for- .
11. Watch line for leaks at
.
WRl'K I-\RM; PROfiKAM: I least once or twice I each day.A for reimbursement! I will exert The cnleipMlar: of the lear-rollei BRO crops office of United States joints. Check gas it periodically to Prospecls for a -bump- op',

cool clean place Is another essential Department of Agriculture, who is .
effort to the end that all Insect eating the tie )
every Is a chewing; see that fittings are tight. Lee county were repoi > \
Following; lit a list of farm talksto I factor in keep'ng eggs located at the Florida Kxpe.'lment:
quarantines are lifted and that of the leaf and can be easilY .
sue 12. He sure that spark la in Paul Hayman, count.v I if'(
broadcast from WRUF for fresh and marketable durlr g I he Station.: Mr.. Hltchle stresses the
fruit and vegetables uU..ns.
Florida may killed with l>olsonR. To 60 !!: fully advanced position. Estimating that 3,000 i '0(1(
tho week ending/ October 11. The warm days of summer A basement again freely to all markets Jllack IutafIqflor(1eaii, fact that a well kept lawn adds to "
move of the 13. Avoid excessive use of bo planted In fall truck i
farm program Is given from 1 to ,i ln,1 usually cool enough but the beauty ant valu of a homo.
In every slate In the union. The spray used for the l af-roppors: : add brakes in traffic.Observance next 60 days. Many>i 'ar
I 1-30 p. m. Eastern Stand rd fhould l be dry and free from ob- Hoover administration should have arsenate ol Mr. Hltchle Bays that any regular : -
3-4 pound of powdered of these suggestions, era have already tran i'' time Tie! wave length la 204 'ne- Je<.llonai>(lo odors. No mnltor: how before also be killed by lawn can be mad green In a
allowed
us an appropriation lead. Theycan the survey points out, will save nato and pepper plant- < ear
good! your: storage facilities maybe few weeks If p'operly n.aniptd: He
ters.Oct. the recess of the extra session ol dust'ng tho plants with a dual money for the motorist and, add seed beds In the rich i iPino > a
1i--Agrlcultul'aln3ws hour however, market ycur eggs often says that the way: to do it is to
last but Instead ol of the
congress spring; and. by mixing one pound considerable mileage to your driving Island road agrl u, itrlcts. d
; ure Studies-Dr. It, M. Danielle, In hot weather and u'v hotter appropriations. for reimbursement powdered arsenate of lead with seed winter grass on the present and reduce the number of necessary .
7. of Man- the weather the oftener they sod iml that the most for
Oct. -Result Green nothing apparently could be seen 8 to 10 pounds of hydrated lime. popular stops at the gasoline station. .-

associate chemist, Florida Kxperl-: should be gotten out of your by the administration but eradication Arsenate of lead Is polionous: tc this purpose is Italian rye grass; DI' W. M. Neal of 'IM Klnri'

ment Station. hands. and the fact today Is thai man as well as to Inserts and the although Kentucky blue, or red -SGainesville Experiment Station, and Oct. 8. U. S. i''). A. farm talks. Bad flavors! In are usually be used. Seed be secured -
eggs\ our growers of fruits and vege- beans should not be sprayed or top may can Phlfer State Bank and B. J. H, 'if

Oct. 9-The New Milk Law-J, I more common during hot weather! tables are in many cases ImpoverIshed dusted with this material later from any reliable seed com, reopened for business. University < f Florld.i: : "'Id, '

M. Scott, state department of than ct other Units. They nay result pany. Ital'an! rye grass is recommended .
and the army of eradication than a week or ten days before Orlando Construction o f meeting of the American, ,' nemlc

: riculture.: ag-I from mold, absorption of odors marching steadily on. We find ,Icklng time unless the beans! tan save Mr. Ritchie! becauseit central unit of St. James Catholic! Society ut Minneapolis\ ptcnil
Oct. 10 U. S. 1>. A farm feeding ot certain materials. In two or three days,
or now great syndicates and capital be washed before shipping. comes up school building completed. D-13.) Over 1,200 chem' -u. frc'
Oct. 11-Ntmatode Diseases of' Eggs; held In a damp musty place makes a vigorous prowl'! stands
ists of the North rushing to Florida -.- Winter Park Oary's Pharmacy aver the United States n all t
Strawberries-Dr. A. N. Brooks will develop a mold which causesan and taking options on Florida trampling, has r. pleasant color, improved. meeting;

associate' plant pathologlit; Florida unpleasant flavor, or storing It we had been given reImbursement PLANS LAID VOn FIRST and remains green until spring.
groves. ------- ---- -- -- -' --
Experiment: Station. eggs near onions, tabbage kerosene by the Hoover administration FLORIDA FORKS', I"lnAt According to Mr. Ritchie four to

: or any other substance with of course the nec- s'x! pounds of Italian rye grass is

'"' 1' a strong; penetratng: odor may essity for any such conditions a luncheon at the Lumber- enough for 1,000 squfre feet of

{ rauso bad flavors. would not have existed. Unlesswe mens' Club in Jacksonville attended lawn space. This Is seeded directly -

Mott of the suggestions given obtain sufficient funds to by representatives of naval on the lawn, without nay

}r.i'i' How to above m>3ht: well bj kept in force reimburse can the growers I fear that stores factors, forest land owners, preparation. Then a light top III 11

i the entire year round '1 he high these syndicates and capitalistswill lumber manufacturing! associations dressing of soil should be addedto

1. RaisePoultry temperature of summer months gobble" up the Florida groves the state chamber of commerce !n ure germination The :ground

crEates i pedal ccnJItlons, however for a price far less than ther! actual and the Florida Fcrest Ser- should be kept moist unt'l! the seed

''r t which mako It doubly desirable worth and thus In the unsual vice plans were made for the first have germinated: and then thould I'

Pi r By Dr. L. D. LeGeor, V. S. to oxerc'pe! every precaution to In- financial condition bring about a Florida State Forest Fair to be bo watered during dry spells, S"YII'

. St. Louis, Mo. suie del'verlng' to market only loss to our Florida people of millions held In Lake City, November 13, Mr. Rlti-hle.\ ; CHOWS OTHER FEE*

Dr.LaOmr U a jridiut of the Ont.HoVMtrinirr only eggs! that are strictly fresh of dollars. 14 and 15, 1929. Conceived In Mr. Ritchie recommends an application -

_, Cofleg III9J.! Th "OfysIerIsat r praedca on dfomn* "What wo
-. of !II.. Mock .nj poultry.' Emlooncauthority known to deliver only the best of federal reimbursement and for ration of forest land this three day rate of ten pounds per 1,000 sq. '
",
-
': on known poultry and poultry loek' broodor.NotoJ rmUlog.Nationally .. high grade eggs can always command this I shall continue to light." fair according to Harry Lee Baker,, test If the lawn has not been fertilized -,

r ", author mnd 1<
_. already market for their output BOVrt!' STATK' I'lO t'MTI on all phazes of forest' protec- be put on Just before or after the

"""-.\'l1I(1o XXXIV even when others are bewailingthe SHOW \\'iLL ilL;; hEll: IV tion, reforestation and improved grass Is seeded, but it is very Important Extra Eggs

KKHPING (4Xi; .> KfifiHooi : < .. fact that over-production: or .I.U'KSONVII.LK: .NOV. Ill methods of turpentining; field to have the tram dry w ten

<; ) IN TIIKOLI : "ooon some other ever present bugaboo -- trlpx. Including' demonstrations In fertilizer applied to prevent: 5 0

SVMMKR; : TDII has beaten their: prices down.IUVKKSION The Doys' State Pig Club show fire lane constructions, tree plant- burning! Ho fnrther: stuteg that an in a Bag of Purina |

will be held at the National Stock- Inn and the raising' of forest tree application of two or three pou.idu

OIrtnii of A few Simple lliili-n : Ot1 "'InIUn.I.UO.- yards In .Jacksonville November seedlings and talks by men of na- of sulphate of ammonia per 1,000 Says 1,492,876 Hens

(' ;' IIII
Hummer Eggs: ; ItcOiifrx l.cMIII'S by Ii.V.. Dlacklock, state boys' of Southern pines in the paper will keep the grass In a beautiful hens

I-'rom flgg4: SM>iU
ket lug./ produced In eradication areas the prize trips and club scholarships Florida's first forest fair according :- growing condition.SMMVKR poultry sections shows:

,I. destination limitations for car lot will be determined at this tiMe to the state forester will S :23ft eggs in 100 pounds of Purina Poultry Chows

; ; With an audible "Whew! a shipments prescribed for Florida Tho pig club competition formerly be by far the biggest sngle: eventIn : toIl'I'USIoS: ; : 188 eggs average In 100 pounds of other feeds

: perspiring old fellow deposited hU host fruits and vegetables in the I ban been a part of the Florida the history of forest conservation FUEL: ECONOMY: Fifty extra cgs; in a bag of Purina! $1.50 extra valuein

.. week's "catch" of eggs on the store Mediterranean fruit fly quaran- State Fair." Arrangements were" in Florida. An opportunity of Purina Chows! Not a few

counter. "By golly! he exclaimed, tine regulations will be interpeted made by Mr. niackiock and Frank will be given visitors to oversee Millions of dollars could be every bag Poultry of them from
and but thousands
hens here there
f. "It may be the good old summer to allow the movement under K. Dennis of the National Stockyards the possibilities In forest protec- saved annually by the automobile- "

,; time for some folks, but It sure the conditions prescribed In the to hold it in the stockyards ton on units already organized. To owning public through a more everywhere say,Purina will make you more money

don't do the egg busness: a mite regulations and to areas therein this" year. It is expected that 100 see the results of seven years conservative strict observance of the factors That's why we've become the local authorized Purina

of good!" designated of such articles from piss; will\ bo exMtltfd. turpentlng contrastedwith that nontrol the gasoline milage dealer. That's why we urge that you, too, get Sorn'ot

Why, what's the trouble, Mr. Florida via the usual diversion Among tile: prizes to be awarded methods commonly wed and offered by the average automobile, those profits from feeding Purina to your poult) .

r4' Withers?" Inquired the white ap point in the state of Alabama, at the show will be the trip to the to see results being obtained from it was revealed in a survey on fuel and live stock.

roned clerk."Vell" Georgia Mississippi North Carolina International Club Congres and the famous French face by meansof economy completed today by the Come in and let us show the Purina line-o'
South Carolina and 'Tennessee which France has maintainedher Chevrolet Motor Company.A you
drawled the older m.in Live Stock Show, Chicago, givenby
for
;! "I've got Just 15 dozen eggs for for immediate diversions at Armour & Company to the boy naval stores operation- over gain of from two to five mileson phone us a supply.

you today and by rights it ought such points to any point In the des- showlnk the champion fit bar re.v: eighty! years. the gallon of gas could be effected BRADFORD COUNTY FARMERS

kr to be 20. but the darned weather tination areas authorized in the and the' $250 scholarship to the The forest fair has the endorsement on the average, it was .

Just ruin, "em". quarantine regulations provided University of Florida given by of the state chamber of commerce shown. If the motorist paid strict SUPPLY COMPANY

U4 "Let your roosters run with the that the waybill of all cars con- Frank E. Dennis to the boy showing and all organizations rep- attention to the elements that '

hens, Mr. Withers?" asked, the s'gned to diversion points in the the champion breeding pig. resented at the luncheon. govern fuel consumption. Starke Phone 151 :-JF1rN!; ;

clerk. states named shall bear a notation Featured among the exhibits The matter of economy has always !

rd?, "Sure", was the reply, "What reading as follows: Farmers of Wal*.on county expect will be the prize winners In a special been a factor of the uppermost The Store with the Checkerboard Sign EtUIJ'R9NJ9i .= J

else are you going to do with This car must be diverted to to market co-operatively a car utilization campaign being offered Importance with Chevrolet In ., ..., .....j
":
t them T"Then destinations In'states north of and load of Satsumas this fall, with the by the association of standard the designing of Its cars. Having 1', ;'I..(,

,; the young man. who happened Including Virginia Kentucky: Missouri help of County Agent Mitchell containers manufacturers: who brought the mileage to the highest )I" ". ,
,
to be recently graduated Kansas and Colorado. Wllklns. arc offering $100.00. In prizes for point ever offered In a six: ey-



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17iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiuitmnii! ; l rcHHed his regret at not having 1 to the state tax books and the sum "Mirli adrnlnliitrator. Fractional nmith half of lota and ,

CTS'NEWS- I tin, t me to accept all. The -, All Fee Officers Title iiuih day. of Hi'Ptombcr, 1929. 6 I CAPITOL present I of $:I5OUO back taxes pa, schedule of the governor Includes 0-20-01-11-15 Administrator 13. Townxhl K
,
|> Range 24, acreaNKVi
i them through the work of the delinquent :
Must File Before '
an address nt the Florida -
'" "IJI"II"III"'IIIII"IIIII"IJII mill, 'n" I ,
"'" miiiitniiitiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiniiniiniiiininniiiininiii' I .;
,
:: niniMiniiiiiHIM' plir 1"1
i" nstrlctlons
convention of Kiwanis to be held tax boards according to ;toTic't: orf"'. A \.TIOKOU of N\Vt Section 2&. Township ,
%X I>KKI
( I' JACK LACEY) for the present marketing In October at St. Petersburg; the an Investigation,; conducted thru Notice In hereby jrlven, thnt O. VV.Aldprmnn R, linn of NW'xi(re '24,of Acres'. 40.9.1. \ oJ'' '
!-Itute' .\ii.lUorVnnm) That 1.'IMIt NWt 8H'.4
holder of Tax te'lnn J
*,,.? I |IoI,i'.
$ < Ivlc gathering at Bradenton; an report of which was given Governor him. filed mild' certificate In my olllcp of .', .'11 EH of SWH NWii ,

Col. and Mrs. Charles Lindbergh address at the Armistice Day airport Doyle I E. Carlton this w ek. July t(>. and ISHIIB mnd thereon nppllcntlrm. In nrcordnnce for tux, d..o1In with ot SWU Section' :a ts. Township. 8, -
; Range 21, Acres 16065. .
FIII.1i,! Mill of the work of the j have received official I invitation opening at Tallahassee; an The report Is not complete as 12 law. Said certificate emhrncen. ttu of (
Fee officials must file semi annual tollnwlnnr dem-rllieit. I.rup."ty" xltuuted NV4 RKU (except 17 acres) Sec

,.cIiI l ,d.! nHiuent tax board creat-j from Governor Carlton to be the Inspection trip through the Ever- counties failed to reply to circulars reports in details with boards In Bradford county, Florida, to- lon. .12, Township II, Ita.ige 24, Acre
glades with new members of the sent them. Neither Is It a wit:
jn KI i"III i counties by ex- guests of Florida and Tallahassee of county commissioners on July jlolllhw..t quarter of Houthenutuuarter K'A' of NIC% NW' of Section '

1929 session andrlaim people who will take part in the drainage board as well as arrang- record up to date as the figures 10 and January 15 of each year Section Three Townxhlp 19. 10wn.hll 9, flange SW'4 Acres i
,. dMiiii-, opening of ing dates for other similar engagements given include only those red of the most Im- the local airport Armistice in which under provisions of senate Bill containing forty acres W% of NK%. 1 X, of NW'4 Section
'"> 'd 1 .in one he Is to take part.A lions for the month of July. The assessment
(' : Day. The governor sent the 165. according to a warning notice tinder the HaUl lltfcI'.I'1"J-.r: :: 20. Township V, Range 24, Acre 4
for Another Beet.'on: of the report was 16004.
)
non, ,\\s adopted present telegraphic invitation to Col. Lindbergh sent to fee officials by the In the name of I>r. O. W. Iirown. I
be known until states that letters received from Unless said Lots 2 7 R 10 and of Lot 9 I ,
will not certificate shall\ be re f
"dill") just before the airman left convention of all state hotelIncpertors State Auditor W. S. Murrow. Section iii. Township NI
deemed Range 24, ;
but It many of the counties that according: to law tax deed
laiv
mei.m" m December for Miami where he Is to take off ; will bo held at Jal kson- say redemption The county commissioners were will issue thereon on the 14th day cif Acres 180.00. 'I:1S8PI

U)? ,M. ,c-ted that much of the on a trail blazing flight to the : vllle October 14, 15 and 16, at of property in the re*u' notified also that a certain responsibility October uted, thin A. P.10th 11)211.I ) >>. SWi NK14 of NK 4 K'Xj' of SKW of SK'i ''f.
of of
day September :
lar KKJA 8W14 SK-,
taken from manner. Including those Items NW1L.f l
l(1( wh"" li had been South Americas. which time revision of maintenance rests upon them under A. il>., 1929. of SWV4 SHU of NWV4 Section 2t, fi'_ .. .
will return through of land not yet certified to the O. W. ALDRHMAN. Townnhlp !II l, Range 24, Acres 220.00.
Governor rules
(bo..I Carlton also sent his will he made and plnns the law in that they are re- Clerk of Circuit Court, lirndford "

,'sa ,h.111Iel< Reports from all personal and official congratulations ,; for futu.'a'\ctlvltfes formed It was state was going on at a decided oulred to record the reports In the County 'Iurlda. .' KV South: of NI'35:'acres/ N14 of of 8W4<.4 of SW',4 NE!, %of. .

lw\, |\ or the counties for work to the Eastern Air Express announced by Hotel Commissioner Increase' over l last year Some redernpt'ons minutes of the commission. and 913SttoIa..Tiec'ksonville.. I IIi 1 NN. KVa: of NE*>i of M Nf or- HKU- -- si-- .. ., .,.

[tht I,,' iim' f month of these boards 'which September 21, Inaugurated,'[ Ben II. llostaln today. Mr. Dos- have been made with- they must notify the governor of ()'r 1('I,] 9, Range'/ of fl\H"eon' Ho, Tlwu.hl. :.
out application for adjustm.'nt.Iho 200.01. .
veai iMm' $250,000 In assessed their New York to Florida air ser- taiit will preside at the /ession the delinquencies. Fits of NKW. NK'4' of SW\4. WVi of .

IU i imiil* has been redeemed vice. The governor stated In the while addresses wll be made by C. letters for 1929 stated.show Average an Increase collections Officials coming! under the law Itallwny. hereby. Dalnenvllle Klve notice and Onlf that I! HWh 24. Acres Section 201.10.32, Townxhlp I, Range !i :,:;t' .. 'Pi&, &

I 1111. urn of 34021.54 back telegram that he regarded aviationas C. Woodward game commissioner : are the county Judge clerk ot the nn August 27, 1929! It filed with the I NtJ of :( '. of NW4 Section '

,lfB paIi, on them. one of the most important ad- : Harry E. Barlow secretary ho- of As $450 this Includes per month only over, land last which year. criminal court clerk of the circuit \InterBtate Commerce. I>. ('., its('ominlnKlon application. ntVnxhlnHrtnn. 93 120.27.1'.wn NJN"hll Range :24, A('rtl I"I ''

Delhi) ) .,i""iii,,. tax boards under vantages of Florida and expressed tel association ; George Phlfor :Miami court tax collector tax assessor, for n certificate that t the pritnent and ; I '
had been allowed to K',4 of NWU Section 6,
nt iiiw. have complete au- his desire that the state do Its part member of the board of architects proves that the financial!go delinquentIt condlt sheriff, and all Justices of the future rl"rr pUblc the convenience abandonment nnd n.I t'V."..It- lO.Range 24, Acres K0.04. Township ,\ .

,,,10 i I" place the assessed value to make Florida the Important air Governor Doyle E. Curl on pence nf part of KM railroad: \ extending; NW"4 WK, of NW'A NE', .. '
:on of the state and its citizenshas North
land( ,i- I they deem correct and center. which Is should be. Governor also plans to attend the meeting evidently been bettered the The reports must show In item- rro". a distance. (Inlnenvllle of approximately to Hnmpxon of Range '25 40e'Acres, IV), Townxhlp j 5, .

'ii.i. k layeR accordingly. As Carlton in numerous statements and Is scheduled for an address. ized detail all receipts! of fees and 18 mile\ In Alnchua and Uradfurd 18.21 .
leu .
report declared. While It will not Countli-x, Florida.JACK80NVIUL.F.. WI fr NH of SWfc SK'4' of
MEI ,
qbnunl I' .IIHO waives the prevbus: has called attention to the One of the changes brought be known until December what commissions and all expenses of .. nAIN'KHVII.I.K 25.\ Acres$. XI, TownHhlp I, Range 4

ntf1\ "' percent penalty for de- fact that Florida has, in aviation about by Com nlsslonei1 rostMt- the office including: Informationas & GULF HA1LWAY 200.30.
comparison; regular of 9-1S-41-10-4. SWl of NW'i nectlon
iupn< 'axes; as well as has au- development a wonderful oppor- the, pollcle's of the department was this i-nymrnt: to whom, when and for what 8, Range 2ft, Acres 40.01.22, Township -
taxes
has to last
rli> i, lower back taxes. the tunity to become one of the nation's to hold separate: sessions of the year year purpose the expenditures have NOTICK: <>!"' SIH\'H'1 HV it'I' NWVi of NWU Section 27 Township -

rill",". >'t property owners chief exporting ports. as wellas urchictectg and Inspectors. The I records' at the comptroller's office been made. Salaries of employees J 11f : 8, Range' 25 Acres. 40.05. '
1'0
show that more :is being paid. NWVj of NK 4 N A of Nil
of the Is the winter October convention will be the must be listed and the report must Tnflrcult, Court RWrr '
InK .I( antage offer playground, for aviation Counties which : Bradford County, Section 2K, Townunlp M. 1taae 25, '

1011' The' law states that ( enthusiasts from all over the I first special meeting for Inspectors. 1 report redemptions show the net Income for the official FI.r.la.. Lord In, Chancery.Eva H. AcreH 60.10.. 4lI4VI4
of land formerly certified to R n his
.tllIl K- will be held not later United States. for each semi-annual periodas wife, ,I.coniplalnnntx.' < .. vx. .T.O'I., l>e of NWVi! <>f SKVt', KIA of SWV4 SWU \tt '
I tht. state Include: Highlands value 29. Townxhlp ti,
.
'lon'
et nl., di-fendnntx.
of each of the of June 30 and December 3)) Tholloll. Range 26. l iSO.20. I
,!11th.i "ti. nth -- I Opinions requested from Attor- $30,505 ; Indian River $9"!> Mult tn Quiet Title nnil Hemnve- A'rr. '
..nth.t. < t July August Septem- I That Florida has truthfully ney General Fred II. Davis this each year. C'louil N'4' of NKU ('(' Townxhli '
8 .
450 Lake $26,390 Range 25
; ; Slimier $13- Tn the known nnd unknown Acrea
Ot".hf'I',' and November 1929:! "turned the corner" as was pre- week wevo'as follows: In reRpr( to 110 ; Sarasota. $16,510; Alachua State Auditor Murrow advised .. In the above utyled tptpnII'a"l. N1CW of NRi/i HVi toil., :'i NWW of ,,i

thin (lie board may conduct dicted by Governor Carlton in a rayment of personal tax on auto- $1,440 Brevard tho officials that the law does not wit: I.Hiirn 1), ''I"'I''I frfiura I). RI': .* NK 4 of SWi'<4 14'ij of NVIsec .
$17,110
mini!
'a mt'iinf. that final meetings given additional! force In the news In a letter to Comptroller Ernest ; 11954 laws of Florida passed by H. Canova and ",,n, I*. II. Cnnova end WVj, of NKU \ '14 Section ill I 4
val. $9100 "
Washington $.450 I )
; ; ".n I I II. lf
II I In hi'ld In November unless recently released here that bank A mall brings! nit, that Inasmuch as Hardee, $I .626 Jackson $21.850 the 1927 legislature which: also ll"o". (n'"lnt tle"h..lmpr.. Rlm".1' ,t'utiillnii |9 i'ilting<) 211, Acres 24.7.'I'I

ourn d I ones are called. It IsrmeIv conditions have greatly improved, the 112P; iBuo'sment role wo-i com. ; ; requires an accounting from roe A. ( alive ant If II..a., Hange S\VVi 26 Section Acres IR. Township 5, 1'
Polk $37,080 ; St. Lucia $2,500 ; I heir unknown heirs, devlxeex, I 158.44.
important therefore and that the treasury of the state plete before the passage of newlaw' Dade. $57.090 Hamilton $13.- officials. I..e. or grantee, and to al part ten I l.nnilM In ( '
t all property owners with de- while lower In balance than the no special assessments of automobiles ; Copies of the new law have been having' or who ninv to haveany 'If, ( .unt, Plwrltla
240 Monroe 2675. title
rh..t. or Inl..r..t or estate SwU 7 Township 7
'juen'' taxes ouUandlng see the previous month has a statement had been made; that Counties which reported Jo collections rcelved only recently but It Is underntood In the following described 2:, "Rt.tlon" 160.33. Range .'

,rds 'in their counties before the showing financial strength and In order to procure a tag an owner : DeSoto where a blanket that the reports probablywill lands Lot to-wlt 11 of :Block In what In NKVi of "\VI'! Lot II ) and west ;,

,ib or 'hat month has passed. state stability. On August 31 the must show that the blanket statement reduction of fifty: \has been be filed with the commission! known and r p,1n( the public 1 acres of SWV4 of NW',
'' of the amount to the of percent at its next meeting. record of nrndford county, dicta I of Section 7, Township) 9. Range 2 Ij :
'aynn-ni' adjusted sum cred't of the state government personal taxes had been oppoeed and will be tested in Florida, a* I.lvlnRxton-Truby & AcreH, 54.00. :, 1)) ,

,1 I ix( made within ten days af- was $4,282,108.11 whileon paid which included his auloino- rompaiiy'a, addition to ""ark. In paid SIO>4 Section 5 '
court; Pinoll.)) v'M"h "ete'.l, that County and State ax nl..1 lpnarn I Tow nxhlp 8, Range cI!:
the "order has been Issued by the last day of July it was ble: ; that In the cast, of secondhand many applications were nchcdulod e.....................e. of record In n..t mime Unok ;as! 23, Acres 102.49. i4 I., 4

board and Interested persons $4,885,814.43 according to state- cars the matter will haveto for this month Charlotte 1'uice 80. \'PMI part of Lot I In NK'4.' KI/J '" .e

!' pm.'hase the adjusted cert I fes ments just released by TreasurerV. be traced to the previous owner Volusla, Marion; where application ; Levy- t Keystone Heights JMl VOI and (r..tnlC.you are hereby 6 of, '('ow".hll%, and SK'A M :'Range,.f N";24'' Section AcTea I'il, "

> tn) paying all back taxes to- V. Knott. Substantial balances and It found that this owner has for 30.000 Is .. Helen OKilen Cor. required to be and appear before : I t
acres scheduled ; the Judge of the Circuit court of theTwentySixth 18.:1.'I"'

her Kith Interest at the rate of over and above disbursements I not paid personal taxes an amount Cllchrlst Flagler" ; Santa Rosa ......................... Jlel..1. Circuit of 8, Runge 24, Acrea 81.59. i i I'. 4'

hi percent, per annum, comput- were shown In general revenue set by the assessor could be collected Eucambla Wakulla Taylor. St. Florida, In and ," county, NK/4! of Ilf"'
Monday the !9.
on day
xoventli of October NJ'4 TownrhlnTownxhTp
troTh April first of the year InC pension tax state road coun- and n tag !issued.. New earn! Johns, Pasco Union Citrus Lafayette Mrs. F. M.\ Walrath left last A. n.. 1V2!), nt the court house. 8. U''IC' .,,f.t.t"n. 40.41( ,I'.,

(', 'hey became delinquent. ty bonds, drainage; tax, principal not on the -oil))I can be |laced.! there Seminole week for Kentucky, where she will In the town of Stnrke, Florida toanswer Lot 3 aid that part of Lot 4 lying ,
Hendry
roafi'' i any owner or Interested s'ate school motor license expense. and tag issued. Penalties not applicable Holmes!, Orange Gulf, Coll-er be the guest of her sister. Miss\ I Ellen I- hibited I"111"YOI sworn. bill of In complaint the above ex- 8 In, Hnll''lny county 24, N'c'I...-1.. Townxhlp. jr" ..

-on' mm redeem by paying back plate road! license anil. gas, general to 192 ass'js m"nts. The where but one Item had certifiedto Kay. named I If. Lord:: nnd:, : lOvn; H. Lord complainant, hla wife, .1.: Kty: of SKI:I Section I I i.R. T.w..hl. I IR. '
Range
u mil Interest at the rate of !'nspectlon. permanent building attorney general declares that the the state Glades Putnam Lawrence K. Walruth spent the to remove cloud and quiet title to I the 24, Acrea 79.18. f 4
Clay
,ippi.i-ni". per month from the fund for Institutions and the undistributed -, new law Is not entirely executable ; week-end at Keystone Heights. above rtexcrlbed land". SWU! of NWnn.1\ NW'4' of SWU' ) i.' '
Jefferson Oaceola, Gadsden Walton The rldf".1 County Ti>li'irrni h. H Section 20, Townxhlp $. Range ?t,
",lonli'i. wall Issued. If payment sixth cent gas tax the I until IDto! that personal taxes for !Mi'tllson, Leon Bradford Misses Gertrude Houser Helen weekly n"W"1l"'rj' "uhlh.hPI .the I Acre 71).90.)
i
,01 made by June 30, 1930 or report read. : 1929 must be paid to secure tag. Lawrenco and Ruth Lawrence town of 'rn.lord. County, | V :
't Hlllsboroiigh and Columbia. Florida, IN hereby an the l.niidi llrndford Count}. Klf,rl lSKV4 ., Ii l 4
lila ninety days after the Anal In the comptroller's office a' Ho also stated that t the matter was Assessed value the above drove to Starke Saturday.Mrs. newipnper In which thll notice shall '
on be for "t NW'. Nt. of
'munition of the amount of number of bank openings were recorded to be tented and that he though' it load had been! reduced about fifty Fred Carr Mrs. El well .bl..h"d conxecullveweekN. I SWI/, of SW'
'mtment, the application willbe Including the new DuPont a difficult matter to defend In court percent. Number of Robinson Mrs. C. If. Clark and W1TNRRS, Tho Honorable A. ?. leu litre 22, Acres 109.0:1.: ,I'"

"">"insklered and the advan- institutions, as well as banks formerly an attempt to l make !general rossHeBHment was given as 25,911.acres redeemed Miss Helen Ogden,; were shoppingIn Adklnx, Clerk JnilKe, and, JIH the alxo seal I I't(1. W.thin.Alderman court!: tn Dated xntlBfy I I this all decree" and coxtx. J,
>>
"8 oi" the denllnquent board's closed but allowed under the for 1929 under a law -- Gainesville Friday. In the Cltv of Hlnrke J'I.rhJ. this 1)l 11129. 20th day of AII"t. A. I IJ. .
4th day of September. 1! >>. } '
E. A. Smith and W. II. Ogden .
''er loHt In cases where nec- 1929 law to re-open after com- which did not go into effect until Revision of Florida's! hotel con- O. \V. ALIJKHMAN. N. H.M'KWI.r.I. I ,, :

IT i; "Mimmands the time may be plyng: with strict regulations. The the roll has been completed. struction code for the first time In made a business trip to Ocala Fri. (Clerk'n Son I J Clerk. AH Special 1Ia"t., In (Chancery fnxuId ''i

.. .
mini( but this question rests most recent bank opening recordedIs a number of years has Just been day.Rev. J. I I"HAZJm. Starke, Florida. c-axe. ''I'' .',
Dank If defendant and Mrs. E. D. Mowry who Bolclor Com..lnnnt. 'rlo" il. i 11>WIA.I hit ku .'11.
li UK governor tho state treas- that of the Phifer State pleads guilty he completed by the board of architects ;
for Complainant.
r and the attorney general. It of Gainesville when practicallythe saves the state witness fees and according to Information obtained have been visiting friends and relatives ".lelo 9--5l-lti-4.' '1

mpcrallve that it Florida cltl- whole county turned out to none can !bp collected. today from Hotel Commls- In Pennsylvania, and New NOTICI! OF Ill \M'l'l'It'C: li'DY' c',,1,

s and. property owners are to take part In a special celebration Sheriff! cannot claim a witness mIssioner Ben II. Bostaln. Elimnation York returned to Keystone --- I :1 \1'1 NOTII'l-i: 0r OAI.K i:.,

) mniiey on their taxes as per- of the event. fee when he has already claimed ( of of Heights Frturday. VIRTUK of a decr.'e or ..nl. dated t
out date
requirementsand
Misses Helen Lawrence and Gertrude August 13: A. D. 1929. In the Hi-reby notice In given that under '
'ert 'under this special law ac- nm fee for court attendance.Can addition of others! more cause of Farmers Truxt & Suvlngx and hy vl.I.. of I that certain final ;4.fI'

i must! be taken at the earliest Florida's 1929 legislative acts as hold white primary. adapted to present developments Housor were In Gainesville Bank a corporation complainant vx. Judge decree of r"re'ICHlr. 'In.l. by the 4.
Ih. Court In and )
ibll'' date'ellmiuent they pertain! to revenue and taxa- Clerks circuit courts cannot was made in the code by the board Saturday.Mrs. Frank S. Owens, et al, t.t.uIU I I. IlrAlnr,1 (' 'lrl'll, Florida, on th. \ IP't" ,

/ tax boards in all tion were explained in an article collect fees for furnishing lists of )\fl'. Bostaln stated. Policy of the Ray Lawrence entertainedMiss p..d'nA' In the Circuit Court of Flor vor .y .I AUK.County A., l I'. Bunk IJU! In fa- 'IJ ,
a
ror1 -
"I Irndrord
utiei 're composed of the fol- which appeared in the Manutacturer's !transfer: present hotel commission with regard Helen Lawrence Lawrelu'e'Valrath Idl. TWlnly-Flth Judicial Circuit, 1 1''LI.n, ,.I 11'h,,' O. I l.. Undcr- :: '
and Frank Walrath, Jr.. In .. County, In Chan '. bin wife, and tj ,
'mg i-ounty) officers: Chairmanrd Record of the 12th and in County Judge; cannot collect tee to construction malntanunce Iulnam tin II Iy ln..rhll, i "
cery, which said decree la of I ) ..w.I-"mllh t''I'"Y. a cor i .
nf Bounty commissioners; the same issue It was declared In for executing certificates to cost and hotel operation Is not at dinner Saturday evening. 11"1 ..tlel."'. .I '
,
one In the appropriate' record book In I the The .
k Florida bills for commissioners Beginning next Sunday the Bible unel"r..t ax Special Maxter ,
I'ln-uit detailed that : : or aklng ;
court tax collector a report
which requires hotel men to follow ofllce of the Clerk of the Circuit wil offer for sale at the front
amiemior, and chairman of therd Bunks are Ue-openlngV: The articles affidavits for iherlrr for bills. to the letter, every provision In school will be at nine forty-five Court of Putnam County, Florida' door the court t houxii I In Starke, } ,,

or public Instructon.! Any were part of a series which ; Officer, entitled to mileage of one the department's requirements and regular church at 11 a. m. hi the once of the Clerk of the Circuit .1"1"1,1.I.i., a.between".. ii nil I the Two hourx u', lock of eleven p. a,. '::1! !'

1 of rhese men in your county this publication Is circulating to way for himself when making an the commissioner explained. I Mrs. Ilornbuckle of JacksonvilleIs Court of Clay County. Florida JnldLY. October 7t h. I 1120.! to the 'I I

aid! of the Southern and arrest and one each for each the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Wm. and In the elites of the Clerk of the r :fnn'l: bext didder '' the (
in taking advantage of this a greater part way "We are interested in results f.,I,I., I ,'ri heI property: t I Ivlng i !

t. Eastern industrial world and are prlMorer returned regardless of and If they be obtained I'lerce. Circuit Court of Bradford County alo being In Hnnlforil (''"IIy. Flor II, !
can by
Florida' to which decree ant
,
Mrs. Jones and sister, Mrs. Lucille places hi. to-wlt: >
MB law is one adopted as a regarded) as valuable publicity for whether or not arrests had been methods other than outlined In of record reference l I. hereby made The Northenxt, nunrlcr of the 1'1' I

'lal measure and is one which tho increasing of outside confidence made for the same offense. our requirements, Individual hotelmen Melzer of Hastings are guestsat for a greater particularity, the un- N..rthw..t limit, I tir of ..,.I ion 7. Twp. .
ii, of Raiiirn : I
the Inn. Kaxt, voiitnln- 1\
I toll
thl' support of Governor in the Sunshine state. The have the right to follow their d"r"'IIH"I.' an special' master In Chan- acne "..r. :: Icxx. ;

lion It's purpose Is to bring Dally Bond News of last week also That the motor vehicle department own Ideas. Very often what The Craft Club has its first', very In said caiiMe, agreeable to I the J. K FUA55KK.Special 4 4
applies -
.
k i" tate tax books the large published an article telling of the : under the re-organisation effected to one )locality will not applyto meeting of the year Wednesday afternoon term of xald decree, will offer for K.: M JOINI Miixler. 1'1 I

E. at the home of Misses Ar- Hale and sell at publlo outcry for Miii ic I r ('u.n. i I.
i of land which was allowed betterment of banking conditions! by Governor Doyle Carlton another and for that reason the ii flu I I'
caxh In hand, to the t.4-61-10-4
neeta and Helen Ogden. highest bidder I'
I) delinquent following theo In Florida and another article has received In the first eight principle point stressed by this The wind storm of Monday night' at the front door of the court house I -- 3'; !

*o ) the boom and represents dealing with agriculture and its months of 1929 56910.42 more
department' Is results rather than blew down the chimneys on the In J..lliku. Putnam County, l"lorld. Cl)ti St i''dIt% Kit'' 5*ii: .::
action will be publishedIn than in the same period of 1928 .
Insuring better taxation advancements methods to obtain them. during the legal hour of sale oil I

''Htlons in the future. the October Issue of the Bureau and at the .sumo time has rut clown Since publication of notices<< In new school bulld'ng. Monday the 7th day of October A. and I Hereby by virtue notice I of Ix that. given certain that cinder I'': j
.
Farmer. the official publication of expenses the sum of $150,044.50 newspapers throughout the state, I)., 1939, all of the estate. right, title, of partition rnude nnd .Iper." '

t VUI letters written to every the Federa Farm Bureau, and U the Information obtained 'n the a record In payments of licenses .... ................... 'Internet and equity of the said defendant "lr.,1 Court of p"l.r.o ''i

Ie In the Union asking modiflot recognized as "the voice of organized rerort of Comml.sl )ner' Walter II. has been made and more than fifty Frank H. Owens, In and to J''rl'L.. of In Sept Chancery A. I'..'"I"ll In on favor the p'i Hr vMAI
the lands
mentioned In the bill of
ot) the restrictions McLin. Amount paid Into the state : Boolse'-s Beach : of Witt Biirgexx. complainant and f'1
against agriculture. of them
percent have been
paid complaint and decree- of Haiti In said against Roxa Hell DcMu, Solomnn ili

meat of Florida farm produce I treasury In the first eight monthsof although It Is. not required until ......................... muse, deacrlbed aa followH, IQ-wl.: and!). ". h.r h.lllo. l>alxi'y' ; Morris 4'c
th. tate Following announcement. last 1928 was $4,932 230.73. In Iv.rn huxlinnd. theumlernlgned ;i ,
represented at the the 15th of next month. The department Land In I'ulnam County FloridaSVj aa. commlxxlonera. I
''hffl Agricultural meet at week that the smaller rooming 1929 to date the sum of $4,989- has found it necessary to Mi It. N. Crawford spent Saturday aiifl, xell In front of 'h. ""wil tI'.tt.r : t
of SKH Section 12 Township D, 1
phl lust week. Florida is of- houses of the state would be exempt 141.15 has been paid. Expensesfor employ extra help to care for the night at Hastings. range, 2.1. Acres, HO.OO.H" door Florida' of, between the court the h.hours".... In of eleven'ark.' 4' I. _ _

'iih "hung its bit to bring about in the future from pyarnent the same period In 1928 were Influx of hotel and restaurant license MI', and Mrs. Lacy Norman and :% of NWW." 1 E', of HWM! SB'/i 1 < ,,'c leak a. "). and two "'.I.k p. /u. on .tii J4 .II' __ __ _
daughter Cleo. the of UK'and:' 61 acrea In H'-j' of NI. (tober 7lh. I I'JJIi! lo the l I
1or. Il license end, the an- 3319303.28 while In 1929 they were guests J."dIY. :
atlsfactorjr of InHpect'on < .
shipping bltbler
regon payments. Section 13, Tuwn"hll I 0, Range :3. hllCh..1 and h..t for caxh In 1.4 ,
' for fruits and vegetables nouncement that licenses for operation hare totalled $16'1.258.78.Commissioner Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Murrhee Friday al 1.63 acrea.NWVI 1"1 th. following d"'rlhf'e. property 1 I I

pit' 'under the list of Med-fly of hotels and restaurantsare McLin also reported NKW: IMSHKNOKU; t't( IIKDUI.KH: evening. of NW'SW'4' of NW'4' CI,,,flty, Mltunted, unit' IvllK: Ir"fu'e 1'' _ _
?4w'& of SW 4 Went 26 ai-rex of Nli'Iof 1"lo.le'L. ..wl
' and the office of that his department lack- Mi'. and Mrs. John Hlgdon anddaujlhtel' HWW The he Southwext l-
[ 'iiivernor Doyle E. Carlton due payable, Section 15 Township I 9, ". .r f
Eva. were the guests of Kanga 23. acre 144.IIL hurter of the Southenxt t Commissioner of Agriculturehan commissioner of hotels Ben II. ed but 4947.11 of returning as Beginning Sunday. April 2 let, 6 acres on the Kaxt rhd, owned ':
From much trie' counties returned MI'. and Mrs. It. N Crawford Sun SwH of N':% W '4 of SKH Section by Nela Mnthew 1 and; the L ; I
** Sotitheaxtquarter
| Mlyo, are taking an active Dostaln has been a busy one. to as was Seaboard Hallway schedules for I ii A. Township 9, RaiiaT 23, acres I
of .
the
Sonlhraxt I
'In I he campaign, and caused all parts of the state prompt pay- in all of 1928. This sum St rke were posted as follows: day afternoon.Mr. 19,8.I the, Southwext '. iiunrter In Section of _
.
ah" mentioned letters to be ments are being made and Mr. represents twenty-five lareee nt of Noiithbouml Charle tunklim! of Docotor'MInlet of NIOVl, Section 17, Township 6, Townxhlp 6. South..r.1 22 East 1 I,
9, Range 2.1; acres 80.35.
all 25 ,
atl'h\' \ Mr. Mayo, at Memphis llostaln declares that the department license tax money paid to he No. I-(Local) 11:19 p. m. spent the week-end here the 8 acrea In Hoiitheaxt corner of lot conlalnlnl I.. acres inorv *. ";" I

Flop da's problem sensibly beth Is securing the utmost cooperation state. No. 11- ( Local) 11:23: a. m. guest of his mother, Mrs. Jean 10 Section U, Township II Rang 23, ('. A. KNBIIIT. :1| 1

f outhern states and while on the part of hotel and ,I __ No. 107-( Limited ) 1:19: p. tn. Gask.'nn.! Acre 800. W.J. (ANKRKWS.URIFKIN; ,' ..\'. '
I.nt.7 II and I If of J Jr. .
Mrs. J. L. Gasklns spent the last M.na. Irll't(2MI.
''litl|' i "" succeed In getting them restaurant operators. Contlnulrg, his efforts to aid No. 191-(Limited) 10:34: p. m. ( acres and 21 acre C'.I.n.,. :

lilt "i-strlctiong aviation development In Florida. ISortlibouiul part of last week In Starlit taking of NW'.i. Section I 2ft. N\V't I) Jl.: U. JOINS, 'II I
ship-
against teachers examination.Mr. Rango 2J, Acre 49.50.Lots ,' (Complainant.
:, b. Is Governor Doyle E. Carlton this No. 2 Local 5:35 .
Carlton continuing ( )
made friends for Florida While Governor -- a. m. 1 and I-SI-1D-4 '
4. and the f$i4 __ .ii1': 4
and Mrs. Lewis Harris
| a( nted, them with the real his campaign to cut expenses week: dispatched letters to officials! No. 12-(Local) 3:05: p. m. and ill. Townahlp' 9, Range 23, He.l"n -- :

I 'lorlda In the administrative affairs of every city in the state asking No. 108-(Limited) 5:41 p. m. daughter, Kfllo Mae of 1"lIerbee. 409.40. 'rKll't 4Al.lr. ]; Jc Jcj'
Agriculture.
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.R. NKV4 of : 8U of HE"i! W 4 of -- f ,
"DII""" 'r step which was taken of the state, those counties which that action be taken either by civic Wannee Branch tharln 101 now SWi/', ( Lot M"V.(." 23. Township Notice Ix hereby given' that under f,

'"' ''vernor to aid In the fly aro taking part In the work of reducing i bodies or by municipal enterprises i leaves Starke 7:00: a..m., and tran! N. Crawford Monday afternoon. 9. Range 23 4, Acres 192.00.) decree n..1 by made virtue and of that entered c rlnln by final the ), ,, _

being establish )landing fields. ; Mr. Neon Bradley anerit- --- week..- S'/i of NH'4: Section 24. TownshIp 0, A. X. Adklnx. !
pall wag the of public expense, are to 102 arrives Starke 2:40 p. m. l"n.rahl. J..II'of the
, appointment end at llanir 2.1. Acre HO.00.KVj I of "
M.! umlnger, prominent Flor- declared by the executive as the and mac' roofs with signs. The [ nine Han Lines. Mrs. Macclenny. of NWU' NK'of! NW'4 of "'lur"I., on the I 17th, day of A county icgiiet., .1"t '
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| ei rtaut, and "genuine leaders" in tax reduction governor. recently also called attention Northbound-5:10 a.m., 8:63: Lacy Norman spent Monday NW.t HV! nl NV.'K of NW Section 121.! that ,.rlnln foreclosure auit : _
agricultural ex- night here the guest of her Itanue 2.1, Acres wh"r.l. Bank f Slarke, a eu.por.,1,
", ,".. study conditions at the endeavors. Following notice In the to the fact that Florida ',as a. m., 1:58 p. m., 5:18: p. m., SS8: IA .Town..hll I (nn, complainant. and T. t.. Rivera) I:
sister Mrs. L.
Fm wn,," of the pest the Okeechobee News. that Martin every natural advantage for landing p. m. M. Thompson. N'/ SPUi Lota t 2 aectlon 27, .00 wife 1,1. Rivera and II. O. Riv ..1
-- i iS'.s nllle Emma Rlveia dv. r
I .r. all are ,
Township 9
''I its of amphibian planes. Southbound-9S7: a. m. 13:07 Range 6X6.93.
Peat4 citrus belt of the Medi- county had succeeded In paring : : community canneries established r"neanl. the tinderxlgned will offep
Lots I 3 and 3 and
an lalnnd' Sec
aDeal'' section. Mr. Hemmlng- budget to a point which now represents Since his first statement: asking p. m., 4.07 p. m., 6:37: p. m., 10:50p. In Polk county In June for I lion 83, Township B, Kange 3 Acrva front. of the and South will sell Door for of the tech court M :

i glvi0, less than before thai roofs be marked. practicallyevery m. 141.2L houxe In
rate
if his services to Florida a tax: of taking care of "lark. Hr8dr.rd County
purpose surplus
Will expressedhis city In the state which is All of Section 35, TOwnship 9. 1 Florldit, to hlth."t h..I.r therefr
_ make a report of his find- the boom the executive fruits and vegetables.-Davenport I Range 23. (48.94. on Monday h dlV of (.- _
. "which it 'is hoped by Gov. appreciation of this work and served by the Standard Oil Company Winter Garden Postal Tele- Times. NU of HP'4 Section 36. Townxhlp 9, toner, 1929. during, the legal hOl.. fti

'"to<"i will be of benefit to thee declared that while many.counties Is to have signs placed wcrk: graph company quarters redecorated -' I Ianle 13, Acre S0.34. of lying aul and, the folhwl"l real couoty.. ,*.
II U..rd
Plant cities were decreasing taxation received from this firm stated. and new furniture Installed. NOTIIK: OK FIVAI D'IIt.II"'UUJ: acrea In SEl* of SW'" and 1 Florida. to-wlt Jj'J
board. and acres In SW Section
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South
half
of Northwest
meeting held here Septem- lan. quarter and North half
where sign U to be work to be started soon on Notl"e In hereby given that slyly( North 21 acre of North half of Southwest. .1
pro. of
l', plant board members the work in a most outstanding Placid a large daye arler dale h r.of on to-wlt' ; the.20th NK14 NK unarter
the efforts of the posed $10,000,000 millionaire colony of November A. D.. 129. 1 northeast t aorea of MKW( of NK Northw..t ciuarter of Sectlon 27.
day
Pled a more lenient set of regIons manner." crected through the uftdenllne" admlnlfltrntor' of II NJ' ". of 8J34! Stt! of H&V K>- Township & south range 12 1'.1. crl _
' chrmber of commerce there.Landvalued here.: NWU Section J, Town.blpl0, flange can. helng 30 acrea more or l.., .r ,
for estate of Mre. J. J. or Sarah A. Mar
Florida farmers which 23. Acre 2U.U. the .
purpoxaof Said dc.
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Plant City-Plant City Growers'Asaoeiatioa.tnstallad ker. Mrvoucher .allr7In.
c prenent
Its In various ..
them, Invitations to take part -- diine'rI Not Section ""
to ihlp additional and arrount a* .uch .NF" 11. Townahlp
". the : according to tbe milling machinery 10. Acres 19.15.ate1 A. S. CRKWH. ,
The board also petitioned functions throughout a4mln'.trator.' to the Honorable iso, Special "la. .r, 1d
thar a la Its at cost of A. Oardlner. County Judae of Hrad of NH of NWVi of W *
'e ieral<<< being received dally by 1928 assessment at more plant more ; NE" KNIOICT aV K.VBHIT. Nlarke, KI*.
government to take of- state are ford County Florida, an.1. ask for of NWVi of NWW 8..tlon I'. Township Solivltora Sec .
,1 action in lessening the re- Governor Jarlton., who has ex- half million dollars has returned than $2.000. hie approval{ and my <* .charg e M 10, Rang 1J, 40.00. ,'oa.plln"nt.-I.t.. I _




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'i.LCTialT nn.ii>Fonn COUNTY TKLKonArH. STAHKK, FLORIDA .. 1m1nAy, OCTOIII", ,

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: I Bradford o'i i, l I I i d I I ,! i |< '" IIIIAOIYIIUIIIIAIIgUIINIIIIIINIIIiII, MIIIIIIMIlDIt\ months. In fnat cvoral ot them and from (he apparent interest (.'.\1JI OK TO\/ > '

County Telegraph'I I I'; FRO lVI' 'OTliER' PENS ''ramped.Our omplalned) ofl+ Jtrlng;) decidedly u'.ni? shown. a capacity house laoxpectcd.

1877 Wo wish to I thaw',
Established !
r plan Is to live and let live Ossle Prevatt and( Cliff Crawford slating at (the fun.. i ,

,_ ,, ,,,,,,,, ,,, ,.,,, ,,., ,., ,,,,,, ,, and it it Is someone's idea of llv- meet In 0 round semi-final.: ""I
".' '"-' ""'''''''''''''"''''!''iimilliliilililiiiNii'' '' ''''''' '' ''''imi'mi'''''''''mi'''"mtti,",mm,,,'''mimmii" "'''i''''''''''''''''.'''.' "SA "'-1'A' 1'11.' + +, Swambon also .
1 mimm m uoiuuuuun ,
o.::==C':":;"" === c."" =C''C c=:: =='= ="" thus
to dance In his nightshirtwho Not much Is known of the boxing
Second Class ng go
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as I Mount Dora hall taken the lead 1 Fine 1 floral oiTertiiKH! II lid
i rains for the past few days are we to set up a howl just qualities of theae l buys but plenty of J
g Matter at the Post Office at Starke, FloridaE. ivi )r "IiTinont In Huh tal<>H.Stnrke .-. have been ideal for the setting of bi'iuuso we havn't got a clean -an Le Maid about I their wIlllnK- sympathy.Mrs..) A. Swum.
I Telegraph Tales In right tiawberries at Plant City, and the pair? nose to flKht." If reports are to ;

Matthews .._ ____. .______. _____Owner and Publisher L-lermont Press.o, /growers have been taking odvan- When asked where his pjyamaswere be credited these boys rival that,. W. n. Swan,!,,,,. I

-I. C. Kobinson___ ____ ____ __ __ _______ Managing Editor -- lag of the splendid weather to one man of considerable excess master! showman, W. L. Young Mr. und Mt n A late one la that a group; of plant hundreds of acres of this avoirdupois rcpl'ed: that he Slrlbllng in weekly contests 6-

? Scotchmen recently rushed Into fruit, nays the Plant City Enter Tried on UJail'\ but backed out Another Lawtey favorite will be IN -MIO.MOUI':; ) \ '
t l Florida to buy some of t the Penney prim It Is figured that the i "ok
SUBSCRIPTION KATE acreage : when his wife laughed and said seen In notion when Chas. n
I 'armsthey hud Just heard about this year will be about equalto that he looked like the country meets Peach Crawford In a four Cull not back the Yearly, $1.50; Six Months\ 73c;) -Payable in Advance THusvllIo Star-Advocate. the acreage; planted last year, club with all the awnings up. round affair neck has acquireda 1 Anchored sate win, i '

Advertising Hates: on Application. -..0flUggeMtion -- and the growers are expecting There were very few people In number of friends: by always o'er

for a trip: Lay In a !good growing cond'tlons from now fight lie has an On the land ,
-- --- costume from Starke, which lead; waging, n good: We left I I.
lto; 1 supply of sweet cream and strikeout on until Christmas, when the fruit us to believe that the dancers of excellent left jab und a neat right Soon wo leave nn
; On windy days the short skirts are something of a prob- for the strawberry seclon-: .will commence bearing for market our fair city still have the old- .cross that lu shown to advantage changes, I

f l lem. Titusville Star-Advocate. This sec- Plant City Is known as the fashioned Idea that pyjamas were '11 all of his fights/ While Peach When wo leave iln+, ,
I
t f tion con supply both. wjthln u few "Strawberry City," and for the made to to be slept in. Crawford is not said to equal I care "
---0Today's
weeks. past few years several million neck In boxing ability we are told I We shall find out i I., I..
u popular sport is finding iodine in everything --o- auaitn have been shipped from And\ then the little school I teacher thnt he has one awful punch that one

growing in Florida. Our understanding; In that thereIn I there annually. The berries begin; blushed and said l. "No, Johnny, will make ]Heck see everything; In our Father's", mat,,,, .
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no connection between the Jacksonville to the market between to \
appear on neck Is a noun, not a verb from a southern constellation Written by nleni
;e o ; Journal and the South i Thanksgiving and Christmas, and the Aurora Borealis It it lands don and J. J, ItlKdon

considerable Jacksonville Journal. TUnsvlIle: the season holds out until late in four round colored -, .
Bradford: is among the counties showing Have you ever noticed how stark Them will: be a --'.
SlarAdvocateVronp;. They the spring, when Starke, Lawtey bout that should be Rood.
It looks when someone spells
from the state. C'ARI U OK 'I'll \ ,
redemptions K
bland have two connections toll and( other sections of Florida begin Starke "Stnrk?" Bouts are being staged by J. C.

.1---- bridge and ferry line. shipping.) The strawberry Indus Trevatt and F, H. Carrndlne of We wish to ,.

Strawberry growers of Bradford apparently are deter- --fl-- try has brought; Into Plant City Come on farmers let's all join Lawtey. nder ausp'ces of national to the exprithunkn friend, i "

mined to make a banner crop for shortcakes next spring. Robinson of the Bradford County millions of dollars. The land in hands and sing that well known guard at Dreamland Arena, Law bars for their Hindu. I".
v Telegraph! nays: Let this be a that part of Itlllsborough countyIs ditty,' "I get The llles When It tey, October eleventh at 8 o'clock and also Dr. Parks
a"i
o warning, Mt'- Temple, It you make )ideal for the growing of strawberries Ilains." 1 p, m. Admission $1.00. No reserved i 11'1'
Mrs. Shaw of Gaines( ,
Although the plant was badly damaged last Thursday, B love story out of "All's Quiet on being u rich loam under- w seats, so come early and geta faithful help dur IIP "
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the Western Front" and add a
lined with clay. Wauchula also
r the Gainesville Daily Sun shone as usual the next day.We'll theme song, we will shoot to kill" ships: thousands of quarts of strawberries Tlu lluclloI good sent 1 and following the dcm++ ''II,,

E'0' --- .- -I. C. J. In Leesburg Commercial during the run of a season O'nunnon's loved wife, sister and( I,'
had a radio, not BO very long La Belle saw- Viola Sweat

beat Mr. Work to the announcement that if you Commenting-0-; on the news dispatches ceive from big which revenue.the StrawberriesIs planters re- ago, mille will resume operations in Lacy Sweat, *Mrs i I i, ui.i(
It was mine ((not stolen or borrowed near future ,
t Mrs. T. J. Moore, Mrs i
t I. can't play bridge without arguments, wear a bullet-proof vest. from Europe that at least one Florida's principal money ). DcLand --. Bank of DeLond, ford, 111'15.V U. IllvRaulerson. ) ., \ "r

') I fjlll-t")-- n m'llton (dollars damage; has been crops, cash. always being paid at When !it was good it was very, very capitalized( at $I OOOO, granted 'I
done the olive crop In France by the load ng platform for the pro- charter.
;' There's one man in Jacksonville who must have figured autumn storms, the Starke Telegraph duct--Times-Union. good;
But when It was bad it.was horrid.
P 4St killing an editor was worth spending the balance of his life cracker boy observes that' -0I -- INlltiCIRUtfFitfik0t0f3tJLtlt9'tFftr'di[! ) WfiiSMMlOlffimiXa'S'1a : qCu
L "to fellow who likes >l
} in jail. a !' cowpeas A.-,.-.-.-,-.-,-.--.-- Come on, Mr. Longfellow, just
thli IH no news at all. --Gaines-
try and get apologies.
l --o-- ville Dally Sun. j Around Town \I _

lc The central section of the state received some cooling ---0-

Ever since we first went to .. .. ,. Forsyth Meets
f breezes from the last tropical disturbance. The solid central work In newspaper office we have : --------- -";

section i is rightly named. I losscased a secret desire to write The Pyjama Dance at Hampton Frigo Oct. llth

t us social functions and say'the refreshments Beach last Friday night was quitea I
o---- : Y
1, were "Just ordinary"and success; There were pyja'mas to'' 1 1E8.ii3 !
r Bradford county was backward in beginning its good road hostess was "plain cross" The of all shapes, sizes and colors gliding ; At Lawtey 'I

r o-ll program. Let's not be the same in the next great step for reason we never did Is because we nonchalantly about the dance ,

future development-an airport. would( be afraid to stay and -see flooi It was rather dlflUiilt de- .I'rcMitt mid ('run ford In Sttul" I :
what the results would be.-High; ciding whether blondes or brun- riiml.Once .
1)--0-- land County ettes looked the better In this un-I '

Three Brevard county men, jailed for stealing and killing News.o- conventional costume. In case again Vnsco Forsyth of

{ i a beef, had some of the meat served them by ,the jailer. It Tho Starke Telegraph says "It'sa you'd like to know we let it be a Starke, will jpndeavor to demon-
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good time to change your business draw strate his superiority over Lawtey
was too expensive a meal for them to enjoy. \
when poltlcs and state laws We have it on reliable authority boxers by taking; on Joe Frigo the <
-- --0-- ,I prevent It from being; a success." that there were several men also champ'on of that town. In For- ; / .J1.

t} r Some of the state papers are asking Senator.Waybright Would It not'he better to change present in their nighties.. \ve syth's last fight at Itlngsley; Lake, I ;
alv I your pol'tics with the view of ddn't: notice them. Who would July 4th, he scored a technical ,J \o
I'' a rather embarrassing question. If he runs for the governorship electing) ; honest and capable men have? knockout over Monk Dinkins In ..," I"tWI( r '. ,.iii;

4 t will it be on the republican or democratic ticket ? that proper and just. laws might Tho most attractive men's costume tho fourth, but was aided by a 20 ..I\'f.,:tI, i-' ..A! '"'J;".'1 .1- ..
f be enacted?--South Jacksonville received a prize of three dol- pound advantage; in weight over J( ,r;', \:.,' ; .. '.l"
0A ---- o,{' 1r.I .
Journal. What Is a "proper and lars while the fortunate woman the Lawtey boy. remalns to be
"hesitant bachelor" asked the Inverness Chronicle just law" to some us an drew down than twice what do when
appears wearer more seen Forsyth can A Decisive
1'(i r whether a girl should sit to his right or left. If he takes the unjust law to others UH much. That's all\ wrong. A he U on the short end of the I i II fJJfP, / //

-- -o- man deserves infinite more credit weight as he w'll: be In the Oct.
k ) answer given him seriously he won't be a bachelor long.o .
The Gainesville News favors for appearing In public "A la Slm- 11th fight. I f114 .: MomentIn
o Circuit Judge A. V. Long; for gov- mon than a woman. Joe Frlgo was also last seen In s

: Although one of the smallest counties\ of the state, Brad- trnor of Florida in 1933.! Judge Any member of the fair sex can action! July 4th, when he lost to Life
In Your
ford stands twentieth in the,amount of fertilizer used during Long Is mi able lawyer and Jurist don a string of beads and( a yardof Hubert Kelley after giving; Kelly -
Previously his name has been silk and consider herself us 20 pounds of weight. The decision tl
and thirty-fifth in the amount of gasoline used.
August, with icI
the
mentioned In connection! well upholstered as a Morris was PO unpopular that many
t ;f' I governorship. South Jacksonville Chair, but a man would feel and who lost on Frlgo refused to pay tt The day you draw your first week's

t S Titusville Star-Advocate says the Democrats don't have Journal. If there is any look like a spindle legged 1 table. oh'. pay decides whether you are a Saver
i Judge/; lu Florida that la A-l gub- And where does the kick about We have been trying; to get;
a chance to play postoifice in Florida. A Democrat has no desire C or Spender: If route carries:'
Hal your
'
ernatorial: t'mber! It Is Judge Immodesty come in? The girlies; these boys together; since! the July
to play postoffice when it's the Republican's turn at bat. Adams of l\Iuyo--Luke City Gazette. who did appear in flaming py fight and feel that we have a natural )1 you from the Paymaster's:' window to

f" jamas were more completely covered In this match. Both boys ]heave that of the Savings Teller you have
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-0itesulls -.u. than they have been in number of friends and admirers
"Half Baked" in Lake Worth Herald says the people who I of the new state milk II taken the first step to found your. for

left the east coast during the recent storm warnings did so law can already be seen, thoughthe f "( tune. It rests with you. .

not so much from lack of faith as a desire to keep their powder law itself doesn't go into effect )II
until October 1. In the weekly '

dry. market quotations furnished the : Bradford County Bank\:
1t AA
0- Star by the Southern Creamery r

A washout on the Central of Georgia railroad near Macon sweet cream was quoted at 60 I'' Bradford
cents per pound on a butter fat 0 County's Financial Stronghold
was blamed "to the tropical disturbance approaching the East
basis. Mr. Thimble says that this
Coast of Florida." What would the balance of the country do Is a top price usually only reachedIn STARKE, FLA.

Florida the winter season when the de- .
without ? tl BgHasogaiK aM! mand Is greatest and la caused by
o .. .. ..
r large users of cream turning to -
r The newspapers recently carried an account of a girl being the local product for thelg.supplies -

; S unconscious for several weeks and in commenting on itT Instead of importing them from

; one of the town sheiks said some of the girls'! around here the north as they have been do'ng. AnnouncingNEW
OcaU Star.
could hang up a world's record. -. ---0---- IMPROVED .. I

o Funny how so many newspupeis -
I
1'4 Loaded school bus was hit by a train at Perry, and only keep lambasting Carlton because 'GOODYKAKSAt :
of recent tax raises when a
r, the slow speed of the train saved the children. The driver little thought would show them i Much Lower Prices

,fi.+fi resigned The best available drivers are the only ones to be that the whole responsibility rests

', put> in charge of a school bus. right In the commissioner's room Goodyear, world's largest tire-builder,
In their own court house--that is, for 1929 still farther outdistances coma -
.5 o if they wanted to think or to he ? petition in quality tires at low cost.

Following the high winds, three deaths have been reported shown. Why not be honest and See the new Pathfinders, with their deep-
place the blame where It belongs, cut, tough, long-wearing, handsome new
l from charged wjres. Do not touch a broken wire of'nny non-skid treads and other improvements.
shut- MeIntosli
or keep) their mouth -
kind'or walk close to it on wet ground, but call workmen I' News. Will you publish a .. Save more by buying now-at our special

4, who know what to do'with it.. list of counties showing Increase l 4, introductory prices.

--- -- .;' and decrease of county millage? The New
It you will it will show that the
Tallahassee Democrat scribe wouldn't the universal
accept Increase In taxes In a large ma-

_ belief that all paragraphers are nutty until It was confirmedby jority of the counties was due sole- ImprovedPathfinder. ,

a scientist. The only difference between a scientist and a ly to the state tax millage "Why '
not be honest and place the blame :
rEJ!
writer i is the scientist has more wheels in his head liable to where It belongs," etc

work loose. .
I reads
To The flappers
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To "protect" the> dairy industry dealers in the better Bareback Blessings; girl on with the little knees dame the same LOWEST PRICES. IN 31 YEARS
Guaranteed for life against defect
butter substitutes have to pay a tax of 10 cents on each pound With thy rolled down silken

and a special license of $4 per month. Everything is pro, hose For Comfortable Readin
And thy short transparent
tected except the poor devil who has to pay the tax or go with- clothes;

,;..,, out his little dab of butter. With thy red lips reddened more 1 USE
f Smeared with lipstick from the
n1' o store; HIGH PRESSURE BALLOONS WESTINGHOUSEMAZDA
should be the council in
There no change made by city With thy make-up on thy face
1 Ox8 1-2, rrg.80x ___ __ 9I.D.1 2 x4.40 ______ 9.1.71:
of the bond trustees while negotiations And bobbed hair's jaunty LAMPS
the personnel are un- thy
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der way for the purchase of an additional electrical unit for I grace; nh _________ IIIH.Hi: aoxi..K) ________ 9O.5 .
heart I thee joy
the municipal station. The present board is fully competent From my give 82x4 _.________ 1IIf).:>.i .10x4.75: ____ 9H.2.120x5.00 : .DAIJ
that I born boy. .
I'm glad was a JI ]L1l jD r6. 8\11.> i.Y
841x4: _____._ 910.1,1 : ______ KtHJIOaox5.oo
; to decide for the best interests of the city and are acquaintedwith
82x 4 1-2 _______ 91.1.4.19I8.O.1: : _______ V8.no.10x5.2.1
q all phases presented for their consideration. Blessings on thee grown up boy 3xt 1.2 ,. __ ______ : : : : ______ 9D.8.1.11x5.2.1

6', ?v o Whom With to thy parentll.8eem waved and so staycombhair coy aft 1-2 ______914.00 : ______ #10.2.1 E. A. WINKLER Agent Starke

4 Working men will draw thoge with nothing to do like a 8Qx5) HI 8 ply __ 921.10 82\4I.OO _____ 913.45 ,
55 82\O III 10 ply ____ 935.50 aaxo.no ____ 115.23Ritch'
magnet. No matter how small or uninteresting the job, there And thy million-dollar air; ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR
When thou all the dances
will gather others with free advice as to how it should lie are at }
Radios
Slip the flappers cunning done. With nothing to do themselves they feel they have a When we look thee In the face Service'Station ,
S Accessories
perfect right to interrupt work of others, and what adds a And behold thy jaunty grace;

touch of humor, they consider they are showing the workingman From my heart ,I tell the world STARKE
I'm that I born FLORIDA
glad was a glrj.' .-
I a favor by stopping him to listen to the load of gas. -Crescent City Journal.




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