Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 11, 1929
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02406
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: Materially. Strengthened' For Lower' Rates 1'1'1,1 I Meet State Highway System '. ,r/j; ,:

--------- --- -- --- -.---"- SI'WJtC'JIC')' Punier;I Into 1'1<> Hoard met In regular session. 1'urclmase of lOloc: .trlcnl\ 1''llIll'lIwut: | --- II..'" 't'it:
re.ncorns. OM| >rnlln:;: :TliniKcntN I 4 t "f. ,
Oiiisldc \Vitli fledges Fast Fruit ('111'" Oct. 7, with all members present. Will rn.bal.ly lie! Closc-J at This 4lwtiou Well l'I.'t.I..1! Willilin

\ (In Shake' ItslulraslTo 1 CommissionersSession i Minutes'of last meeting: read and Tonl.tht'; :%I'tiug:, |>r<>%cut HAll I Ighwamys to GrOVerSVill f fMeet 1\;\
1'n.V LlcenaoI.ullowing I .1
Tampa, Fla.. Oct. 8.-- approved. 1'0111' J '

.. -example of the last I MondayThe strawberry. growers of Florida.' ex-I I! Julia Crawford was moved from I Formal order tor the new electrical In tho September issue of "Flor- Saturday | :: r.

peel to secure faster service at the pension( list as she have moved unit for the municipal! power ,
,mi, of the legislature the lower rates for their sent toff I I I Ida Highways" the state road department -
q board of county commissioners crop] | trom the county.Superintendent. and light plant will be placedas ; I': t '4

m.iicil' has adopted an ordl- of riradford county, Florida northern markets thin season asa I instructed' to I" the modified contract i outl'iies: the lint of roads ('olll..I"c'I".nll'IN..I'IIIII". / for Organ ''i r t"f"" "
soon as I/at' Ion (if Rots nnij/ \ ;
the collection I result of a bid by a new competitor that : j i/ ., t i
"I'' initialing of met In regular session Monday '| write to Cheeky Fogg, owing/ .as clOKiRiiiited by the legislatureof i .,/
[ to' carrying stated guarantees and V\'K"I) (;irtiwcrm. i
for their business, according r
October. : condition of the
7. 1'929. to the crowded
iuon outside( concerns so- with all. I I Florida, and also' the
: showing
i 'I prominent. In 'the Plant penalties now being drawn by { .
growers II
members with
Starke school and complying
follows .
present J. 0
i H, u.; or doing business: within City Section. Well!! is turned over to the ivvlHlorm made by the 1929! legislature ; The committee of growers ap- \
Crown' !, chairman of board In session ;
; J. I., Underhill 1'l'C'Elltl'l'que8t I,
,,1 I I"?" I IM-? in this respect taking a Drew The Southern. Hallway\ and the ali bond t trustees for Inspection and! tho' addition of new roads pointed, Home' three weeks ago to ,i{ I < .
Reddish school 11I1'.onllIntl'onlze'
U. T. Osteen andO. 'that \ roads \
,", nut before covered. W Hinson. 1 Southeastern. Express l Company, It their own schools, I the board feltIt signing.! The contract was awarded mid the changa of certain Invest :Fate plans of marketing! ; as- y}I" "'

\n t I' nram of agents for outside' was learned have offered several weeks auo to Ute 1 lie t.n .is 'to status The designations Hoclatlejns have concluded their l I
Minutes' of last : their duty to ask htm to patronIze '
,?, ,,. i 1'us are required to pay a cityi were Pradford county' growers express Vergne Company of Philadelphia; given I In the list as first second work and at' a meeting held Tuesday .
school Oriihnm.
read and approved.On | his home '
i ?" 11 ,e under) the now ordinance, motion of .1. L. I refrigerator I service to eastern" and : Hoard agreed to give J. 1C. but pending suggested,; changes! by mil third systems Indicate time night put matters In shape for I i l "al

'nil Ii wi-nt, into effect October 1st. Underhill other markets using I Nell I the contract hud not been status of the road or portion) or submitting; to the strawberry and
seconded by (II I. W. lllnson, It Douglas $75.00 per month for his t
was road' affected 'to Its I u
In thedopnrtmen''H
'ml I i"ompanles who do not maini the Pennsylvania! railway sys- signed. Atte! Tuesday nlnlil as place vegetable* growers of the county. ;' ,
unanimously voted by the board route as It now stands, 32:! miles *
liulk stations within the city: ex.end' meet UK other cbanires were proposed program; of construction This meeting has been set for Sat- .
i 'n tem, and expected to
I i are bin
that 'the clerk furnish each per day same to 1m reduced If
,M.. 11, ,quired to pay a yearly II- with list of commissioner the offer to other sections. roil to Is shortened. to meet conditions brought as fixed by lelxlntlve enact unlay afternoon at the courthouse. ,''. ..' ..
,", i ''it $50, the persistent hosiery countypaupers The !growers claim\ that tho haul New up but It Is expoceld HIM contractwlU ment.! 3 o'clock. At this meeting Chairman .
wllh \NormanVlgglns: Is to
addresses /
,, ', man "working his wny postofllce American Hallway l Express company be ready! for a final Inspection This list has been prepared to Mitch Edwards, expects to ii'I'' \\I ;
$8 1-3: pupil!
and amount Itlver pupil at
received each month. ) per '
!in ,.n'h ,college" Is required 'lo ordered by the state railroad and Higning at meeting to be held: form to the mandates !given by complete I HIM organization of the t''!,I:;,:if ,

,u r rI will $25 before extolling the Mr. K'IIIR: was placed upon commission: to I per month.N. 'tong! ;ht, the legislature I In 1 9 29.! Only) those farmers, as at this time they will I I, Ic,
1) n express < D. met board and asked 11\1
the roll Green ;
at $5 month
pauper per for I the ruicls. of Interest to this section bn. with the of Jj\.!
11111"I of his line, and book agents service by December 1. have Tuesdays meeting was acquainted by-lawn :;
make .
Mi. H. II. Green asked the hoard I 1 for lumber 'to footway 1
aro given below '
although t this Ix-
magazine solicitors either for- purpose of taking up changes made the Hrudforel County Strawberry ; :
nid / placed no orders for equipment!
to Eliza: wet places In the road between -
Wilson across 1
place of Iliooker,
/ .
tie of 'the magazine I'sted: .tho en-
i IKII or' local, are assessed $10. and not Indicated Intention of do- in the original contract acceptng and Vegetable: Growers Association:
upon pauper roll at $2.00 per Union church and llellbronnschool. tiro' state. of ', y1 i
llrend" trucks. \vas- lug it if satisfactory and placing' system highways. and the form of contract the growers -
laubuty mot lop and vote she allowed so. Mr. Green was Instructedto
i 1lI..e\ provided lines was At hearings held by both 'the I the order: for. the equipment, and hood No 13-- Second System: : will have with the association i d.% ?d
of assistance
uncertain the amount -
the of $5.00 per month.Mllot. the major,ty members I ( of the Ituldwlu( to (Gainesville: First From I tho mass of material sent I t', 1.
must pay for prllvlego comi state railroad! commission and the ,
this district!
the citizens of
.i i ( with railroads and trucks Robertson was placed Interstate cDjinmerce commissionIt : :board, Metum Matthews and Cor- yste11t.I'xleluding) : ; from Cedar from different sections the committee 1\\ ,;t tt
I i upon Paul, r roll at' $2.00 would given III clearing! rlght-of- Key to YIII lee In Nassau
per: county via I
i 1\\in alt lug to points outside the was brought out that shippersof penlnx.;; 110 stated' their stand when has selected what they be- :
h'Iame. for road as thin Is probablythe
1II0n' way '
,i :. or from points outside the this state were paying as muchto best wnjy to make (hums' Improvement Chairman Quigley attempted: to in- HroiiHuti. (Gainesville.: Stnrko. Iliihl- lieve la niOFt mi liable for the growers : ',) ,
\: of Alfred Tyler was removed win .and Callahuiin In '
to local houses, are required forward 175 crates of berries Then the coiporate In the session a modified : extending of this sect Ion. In this connection -
from pauper roll while that permanent. tho {F'ait I'aukx- ,nil easterly direction from Yulee i
proposal by It Is left to members
Foreign brokers up
license. It
'in by freight refrigerator car as
paa ; board! would t decide the better
of Annie < : on
Tyler (his wife) was allowed .
through Fernundlna 'to tho Atlantic
Co. At the time of ; jot decide l for
Morse" open- .the association to
gV: !)5tmi| and hypnotists, palm.uts; would cost to ship 223 crates' by I i

and (pawnbrokers are placed. In the to remain on .she drawing, express. Furthermore the berries! plan.The Methodist church at Law- nit of bids. .the Fairbanks-Morse ocean over and along that certniu them selves how the products

$1 lod. class, while peddlers 0" $5.00 per mon'1.Mrs. would rt'l1ch'Iew\: York and Chicago bus in.ul o .their proposal with a generator twelve-mile stretch of newconcrete brought In by members shall be 'ai
the of the
given use'
K. M. Johns before toy was !
appeared -
agents, not otherwise provided for. markets within three days by of their own manufacture, an road Just completed by disposed of. The Miller Auction (o ,
body that Hoy lieddlull used, theyto
the board in behalf of theWoman's admittedly Inferior machine to the Nassau county. Company stated that they will present ..r''
nro required to pay out $1000 for express as against six days by called
Club of Starke, and ask- take cure same Road No. :28! Second
-- system
General Electric \\ association
privilege of'doing business for one trelght. or ; \ their proposal to the -
ed for an appropriation of $50 or for by the board. Lake City to Hiinnelt <(First< -
generators; offered: by the lIe La system after It Is functioning and at
vear within! Starke, and all 1 licenses Small shipments have been The superintendent was instructed I.
$75 for the county fair. The San IhllpoBllnnl'lIEx)
V'ergne Company. that tlmo the nHHoclatlon will make t ta
issued carry a clause permitting made by express but a few carload to attend the Florida
board allowed the Woman's Club In making up his report to the tending from Lake City to Ilun- decision regarding sale and distribution '
revoking, of the license where they movements were possible because Pensa- i
I Educational Asoc'atlon at
$50 for said purpose. nell via Pnlntka. Lulu Lake Hut-
trustees of what the two conipan- of 'their products.Every .
nuisance.Flybynight .
become a equipment was not avallabls. Tentative ,
Miss ,Jordan home demonstration cola, with expenses paid.County er. offered, I'ngineerVeil: staled. lei', Slnrko. and Keystone Heights!; : farmer Interested In the
merchants operating rates were said to be considerably ordered .the Educational
agent for the counties of !toad No 48.Extending! from '
that while .the }<'alrblln ks-M"rlllJ formation of the association -
seasonally, will pay a tax of lower for express' cars thecounty growers
Journal for all teachers In
Bradford and, Union was presentto : St. AugiiHlIno 'to Starke. via Green
Company bid was approximately should bo at this
*_'5 to $200, according to amount than for freight refrigerator service to be deducted from present
get acquainted wtlh the commis Cove Springs; and also beginning, !
oi stock carried. The list carriedhplow It was said. $300: under the Do La' Veigue, the meet big.
month's warrant
sioners. at .the Intersection of State Koiulu ] '
dlffeience was oft'est by the more .
lists each business and .t :
pro- The report of tax collector on The board decided not to consider clllclcnt (quipinent offered by DeLa Nus. 48 and 13 In the town "fl I
tpsaiun subject to license and the I
error and Insolvency lst! was re- FATHKIl 01-" (1ATOII ST.\lt the purchase of additionalland 1 Vergne, his estimate being u Starke, Bradford county Florida. MOTOHIHTH: t'OMI'LAIN
amount to be paid to the city tax .
ceived accepted ordered filed:. and is STKICKI\: 4U1)liSLY I : for school purposes at Lawte: saving of $:.IUO a year In operatingcosta. sad\ extending to State Road No. TO nO'WtSoHltI.TOY; :
collector operating or doing business -
within Starke.. the clerk wAs Instructed to credit or Starke, until. school financeswere I Fairbanks-Morse refused!! to 19 I by way of I the stockade and So many cumplu.-- have reached -! .

the account of collctor for same. An Associated Press Dispatch: In better condition. sustitiito u. General I Electric or through the State farm "
> ifini'' for laundries situate inv. Carlton against the practice ;w
The amounts to be credited: for Tuesday said .that \V. M. Van Slck- I The matter of Improvements I Ir I generator. In place: ofIheir !toad! No. 49.-- Extending: from
; "
of driving
out' .ido of Bradford county each 'the Bradford County High School! II'VestlllKhoulCo among: many motorists -
as follows: ail- ; limo Georgia- state' line approximately :-
Hume tl, father of Dale Van !SIckel.: : make, and the lower rating
aitelil 1 :$25:!! 00.ii'iits upon Florida's highways with
:: J1ondt'lllCub-sl'hool\: ::1 t, Stiirke! American end of the University ol, I was laid over until the plans foi given I l by 111'Vl'lI was (III u certain north. ofJlIl'C'h'nny! via
out IlKbts I that time chief\ executive*
\ for locfi building andIi submitted.l U
$472.75 No. G, Lawtey. $1719.17; died at Improvement: were t Mncclonny! ", Hupp, Italford, Lake
; Florida football team, : 'I (extent bused on the elllcioncy! ot
has asked that adv.'seelthat :
.1 in association, each con:puny authorities and If the meetapproval t everyone ;
No. 18, Hrooker, $397.52.: Sub- Gainesville yesterday follown'! state their generator.! On I bin report. B!utler. Worthlngton Sprliign! and.Much ,
a state law In In existence H
: then t the mutter of fin
school Districts total of all $3528.- -. heart attach. The Gator star the decision!:! was.> made, to award : ii a.Road the. road I 6 1
'\KIU S for foreign: building or 60 ; county !general $1541.80 ; flna will be out of the line-up next, unclng Name will ho considered. I the contract to the Du La Vergna / No. IfI-I)_(! Extending from, against without front and over, rear lights! J J"OlloIyed" "
I'Hoc'allons each buslnost .
$25.00. There being no further I
and forfeiture $617.92 ; outstanding Friday evening when Florida plays / I Company. J Klllsvlllo to I Lake Duller via I'rov-
\ ('"nl" fcT pictures enlarged 01' t the hoard udjourniMl\ to meet the' : curs, are about as bad, / u
$617:92:!) ; widow's pension!:!! Auburn on account of his father's !, fI't works followed, tho effort! cli' nee. nigh /1',1'as
mach'nos in
cthcrwtse' each agent, $25,00Knl'i first Monday November.\: "no-eyed" t
$154.48 Road No. 05. : from
agricultural ; ---Kxtendlng
$154.48 ; death. of (Chairman ()u.gny Tuesday
.lie warned, Tho I I
\ collections otherThin driving, governor
bur \ A. J. lirlllls, Secretary.
luinkel's : each publicity $154.48 building I .... night 'to change. the Fairbanks. bid n point south of Gainesville on complaints have come t t.> mini from(, t [
or lawyers $154.48 general school 3089.. State Itoad No. 13, In a southwesterly -
: HO.XOK ROLL to allow the substitution of( a (ieni several sections of the state
IK' :: n1 $25.00.Agents:! )
60 ; polls, :129.00.:! Road and -- ..":.I i electric! c Westinghouse 1011'1 dlreulon lOlL point on -.---- l '

.I, < : for clothiers: furniture, bridge bond lax not collected $9- Paying their subscriptions to the Tax On Autos II L..itor In place of their own inuke.Superintendent tote I road! No. 5 at' or near Willis-\ MM! OF (rilltl.ST.MASIU: !H
Mgoods: hosiery, notions, older
577.68 .total of all county tuxes, ton '
; Telegraph during, September were: Clark, neutral In '

than. selling ta merchants, each $22,512.88 ; the total state tax not Joseph Bolt W. II. !Moore A. K.Beasley. To Be TestedAttorney ill luaUcr of selection of the now Road No. (Ii Ilegliinlng; at Orange The Telegraph: lias received Its! I

.igent $25.00.AA'ents collected 276975. The collectors Matilda HItch, W II. Andrews equipment until' .the lust few days, ; Park, Clay. county Florida. line of Christmas curds! and en 1, .

for fertilizer local ovreHldent report would show a close collection Jr.. T. J. Alderman, J. P, icnerul To find l Task lmc.-i.ud Chairman Quigley in his and extending through Middlo1'iirg. !, vtloprg to mutvh. to be Mold insets !
( each 500.
except for the very large Andrews J. L. Underhill Mrs. W. II... I. t Itort to have the Fulrbanks-Morso : Keystone Heights Hampton of 15 each with no two alikej

AgcMit. for "fertll'y.er nonI'csl.tll'lI amount of lands!:! which have gone If. Perkins, N. 1). Wa'nwrlght.! Dr. oqulpment/ selected: and stated unless nnd Hrooker to WorlhlnglouHoud The il cards. are of original and] i,
to the state for taxes and the Geo. 11. Lowry. Frank P. King act relating It was purchased his resignation : iIII'luJ4! striking design and purchasing I In
The 1929 legislative
Agi:' nts' for monuments or tomb .
amount of T. T. Tax now In Mrs Bulah effect October. / No 77Third System.lleglnn'ng --
large! Mrs L. W. Kickllter: the collection of ad valorem would go Into largo! quantities permits their sula
to I
stones, local resident $2.50.
or litigation.: Ilarrell.: Mrs. S, Church, q.; II. motor vehicles is to be tent 15th. : ut n point on mutate road with name printed thereon for tit

Agents' for monuments or tombstones The tax (collector presented .the Bloodsworth. I:. II. Carter, E. K. ed tax In on the courts, Attorney General (Both the chilrmun :and superintendent No. 5-A between Hranford and 'the same price as blank cards. Two '

non-resident or traveling:, 1929 tax assessment!:! roll and the Perryman, Mrs. L. S llutto W. S, Fred If. Davis has Just advised : appeared! to base their Itdilnckneo river and proceeding different sets are to be sold, allowing i

each agent, $5.00. commissioner: alter consideration! Motes Mrs A, Murrhee, W. A. Ernest Amos.In main Ibjuctlons to tho De La southward across the Saritu f'e the selection of thlrt i ,

Agents for real estate' resident, accepted same and ordered one Feeler, W. L. Thlgpen F. J. Pat- Comptroller lengthy opinion to the V rglll equipment; on tie: grouncU river through; the towns of Hell c A phone call Is all that U ; "r1raids.

each agent: or firm, $5.00. to state comptroller tee Fred Uhoden a I and Trenton to a point on State
copy forwarded W. II. Taylor the subject of an that tho city was paying; more.money necessary to have the samples t''

Agents for real estate non one copy given to county tax H. Kllpatrlck. 0 .F. Tomllnson, comptroller on of time various provisions for. less equipment' and, to a Road No. 19 1 at (Chieflnud thence shown. : ;t
n-sldont. each agent. $10.00. collector, and one copy filed with Mrs. V. H. Ileddlsh!:! C. II. \Niles: of the act which requires irlp I they; had made to u plant op- t'olllhwIII'c/ lo State Kernel No, 13 --- --- -- --

Agents for safes for sale or exchange the clerk of the circuit court. The :Mrs. }<'. II. Long Mrs. U. A, of the .. rating !In Jacksonville: where tl.ey ut Snrnner.Road I I

: each[ agent, $2.50.) 1929 assessment!: roll shows the Weeks L. II. Hazard W. J. tho payment automobiles first before propertytax a tag ion nd a Do Lu Vergne engine( In No. 80- (Keystone' lo county, In u western direction t ;ail.

Agents for sewing machines folowlng amounts assessed: Total Scott 11. !M. Wundln. Hoover upon u Luther lilip: dated condition due ).MelrosiThird. SystemTo) extend the State; Farm road. If,

lither than merchants tack $5.00. state tax, $21,077.33 ; total county Bros., {F. A. Sweezy W. II Carter oral can be said obtained he had the already attorney been gen-notified : to curelc HB bundling. Mr. Cl.uk I from !Slate: Highway No. 28 bend No. 121.--Extending frotq', tf t;

Agents for typewriters adding tax. $123..155.90\ ; sub-Belinda!:!, Orin Reddish! E.': C. Tappen, Ern- employing: :routine ivucly admitted that thin one trip ut Keystone Heights, to run thencoontberly a point) on State Houd No. 48, nea( r

machines, or other ofllce cqn'p- $21,431.20 ; bonded sub-schools, est Wllmot. for by that persons that the act was the sum total oi hid experience to Melrose, thence In a north shore of Lake Klngsley I Iti .,
m"11t. each agent. $2,60. 111,946.17. be attacked purpose in the courts. with the Do La Vergna englna In I south westerly! direction between Clay county, thenco In a nort ), i I.

for foreign tailors, each agent State of Florida Bradford. it.\it: (iM\4't'Oili": OIM\H: Is to operation I Tin, lake and prairie to a point on westerly direction to limo town ,i .,
.UcfeiisiDilllcnlt I ,
$25,00. Htiite Highway No. 14 at or near Luwtey, In Bradford county thenc 't aIn
: could
Clark orIr
Sft. Qulgley
County. ;
!Mr. Davis said be had! been endeavoring '\.
Agents for automobile each non- Personally appeared before me, The !Starke Bargain Store another to construe the act not given any assurance that 1"uir- : M'-Met'kln: Putnam county.Uoud a westerly direction to th' ,

"n" sldent agent; or salesmen. $15. W. "'. Hayes assessor of taxes for branch of the J. J, Jewell : no i.ankg-Morse would give any guar \No.: 99.! -Leading from stockade, of the Statu Farm In .
to 1m able to defend the attack L'I
Agint.: traveling and taking orders Bradford ocunly, who being: duly line of chain stores, has opened as when made. antee as to their equipment( when \\nrthliigton: Springs In Union' Ion county. thence In a w, I"

for any good",'WI\I'I'S: or lIIt>r- sworn, nays I the above( assessmentroll (In the: building formerly occupied! "I frank to that It will 'I 1 i-eel with generators of other. c'ollnl' 1 )'. In a sontbeuaterly dlrec- di ret.lion to a i>o ill on State Koa :f': ':

1 ('pt from merchants or doaltrs. (of all persons and If. C. Wall's insurance agency. The i would guarantee their product on State !Itoad! No. 2 In Alachua ford In Union county ; 1
description) In court to makea
an attempt
"ii.'It agent, $25.00. property In the above county of tore will be In charge:: of Mr. and re-assessment of all mo- with the {Fairbanks-Morse eng no 'Dimly/ about one mile northwest (toad No. IU.Ll'aIIlIlK: fro ::. .

Agent!( for insurance, resident Bradford subject to taxation! or Mr:It.: Link-Old! and will handle general the Verbal bouquets were tossed Messrs. :it paradise, Florida, which pointIs Hamilton in Ilradforcl. county In
vehicles for 11)29) under J
;n",'h company, 260. liable to be assessed therein and everything to wear for the entire law which did not take effect! Insofar COI'I""nlnand/ Matthews by located! In Section 18. Township southerly direction on the hurdau i J.< f I.

Agents for insurance, iion-rosl-( : that the valuation thereof, so far! tamily. Mr. Jewell stated the the assessment feature Chairman quigley, who slated, that 9!l South of Range 20 {Float faced road leading from. Wjildo, \ 6
'lent' line of as : Itoud No. 102.-Lead, from Alachua county, to Lake Santa '
each company, $25.00. made by !Him are new store will carry a the
as they were concerned until after the assessments t the tusk of keeping plant op- .
agents! for books and magazines just and correct so far as he has merchandise at medium prices, was had all been completedIn erating was In a largo measure the Intersection of State Honda u point where the road to O:t.1! {!

'" made their : forty-eight ((38)) and Thirteen aliKe Heights' leads en at practical '''I+ ..
r reading matter of any kind or been able to ascertain. this being possible by this state," the attorney general renting on his shoulders, because ,t'

nature, each agent, $10.00. I IA'ents E. W. Hayesl buying capacity direct from fac- told the comptroller. the other f two board members were ((1:1: ) In Starke, Bradford county ly a right; angle; curve. 1 //1.'

other' Florida, to tho stockade at the Road, No. 148-Third System i
/!: for gas stoves or bounty assessor! of taxes, Hrad- tories. "too' busy." The chairman was I
gas devises $5.00. ford ceuniy. Stale Farm, be, and the same laIn Heglnnlng at a point on State Roe ",
1)1SION4TItATI then assured that It was the opinion -
AulomoblleIlI'I1VCS.: and zervi'estations Sworn to and subscribed beforeme dren, $7.00 per month for four : \ KAMI TO III'I of the balance of the board reby declared and designated asa No. 28 at or near Keystoii 'a ,

UIVK.N: HV UOMAVS: t'M'II state highway sumo to known Heights, thence running north tre ir
combined each $5.00. ,' this the 7th day of October months that the plant could be just as efficiently -
Automobile\ service stations! not Mrs Lizzie Tompkins, two.chil the :at the State Farm Highway. Hampton, thence nortlwester i
A. I). 1929. operated by superintendent I
combined with garage, each $5.00.Advert'si (Offlc'al! Seal: ) A. J. Thomas. dren, $7.00 per month for four A demonstration fair Is to be if a certain board member Road No. 103.- -Leading froma from Hampton to Intersect Stat I t(i.

ni? on streets with banners rotary Public State of Florida at months. given by the Woman's Club of was never found there. point on Road No. I 5) at or near Koad \No.: US at or near Leastu t'!. ,,

floats, cartoons, or other de- Large. Mrs. Beulah Gelly, three chil- Starke Oct. 21. 25) and 26th.A Onside of answering any questions WMIlston.: In Levy county, through Wynu'a place running); via Ham +

month for four booths have been Old VVarhahoota, Mlcanopy Ilo- ton Heach, said road being othej ''f
vices, by non-resldcnt, or by agent; commission expires AugUHt 7, dren, $10.50 per great many put to him the representative '
$1 0,00. My 1932. months. secured by the merchants Of 'h(>lIe, Windsor to State. Road No. wise known as Road \No.: 1 of Bret
of the De I.a Vergne Company .
three children Starke and surrounding towns ana .11 at Cumpvllle In Alachua county. ford county.
Architects each, $3.50.) were placed on Mrs. Lillie Cone but
The following i tad little: to say, on one occasion "
Auctioneers non-resident $15. he widow's pension list: : $10.50 per month for four months.. cities. In the booths will be ex when question of cost and hence over State Road No 31 to Road No. 1 f-Extending froJKalford

Auctioneers resident, where Mrs. Dove Holder one ,child i Mrs. H. T. Thomas, three chili hlblted .products and merchandise merit of the two equipments of- Waldo thence to Monteocha, to Sanderson to Intorsej '.''t .
Interest to the hence to Lacrosse, thence to at a point three miles north + ,
months. $10.50 month for four jot particular" com-
used bnslnese four dren, per the
as a profession, or month for I feted came UP. he Informed
'J3-50 per
is.oo. child months. I irunlty Xlacnua. .thence west t' Delia!!, In Ilomanvlllo w .th a road known (
Ches Padgett. one ix ard that his company did not
Abstractors of title each md'v1dual month for four months. Mrs. Lillie Hlgglnbotham, four 'I! he farmers of Bradford county consider the Fulrbanks-Morse a 'illchrlat/ county, thence wettt to Koad No 154. t
3.50 per Wannee In Gllchrlst county Flor- Road No. 148 -Extending trot .: l
month for asked to contribute products
or firm, or corporation, eiicr1' ) :Mrs. Emma Murrhee one child, children $14.00 per are competitor for their I'ne. '

company $5.00.Automatic) month fill four months. four months for the farmer's booth. Gush -._- .ta.) Olustee being a southwesterly qrectlon '

vending' or weighing 3.50 per' Klckllter, one child Mrs. J. W. Gasklns, six children, prizes will b. given by the Dust- Road No. 113.-Extending from to Itoad No. 49 at Lai : I

machines: outride of place of business I Mrs. M rtam month for four months. $21.OO( per month for four months. ne8SIel1's! Club of Starke, for the 1'lItE nltll.l.lOSU.: ."" '3tat Road No. 13 about three Butler '
3.50 per further business, I best products.An 'II'leli south of Starke to Oalnes- Road \No.: IS5.- Extending fro* 4'
each mach'ne. $2.50. Thornton, one child, : There bring no
Mrs. Carrie 'months. the board adjourned until next Interesting program will: be Volunteer firemen ot the local !Ille. via Graham, Drookcr and Lawn Conner' farm in a nortS J i I ,t
Automatic vend'ng' or wetghln- month for four ,
3.50 per one child regular meeting to be held the rendered every evening for the entertainment 'Iro department are notified that .acrOAS8, easterly direction to Mont

machines Inside of any place op Mrs. Maggie Browning months. first Monday In November, 1929, of the visitors. Prizes regular drill will be held on Mon Road No. 114.-Extending from Bridge xla Baxter (Baker ;
erated coins of and for four
for moneT or 3.50 per Amanda month Silcox, two chll- O. W. A1d rman. Clerk. will be given away every day lay night at 7:30.. .he town of Luwtey" in Bradford Florida. count ;4

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', S c5'ur'uzs" j I i hat way" I II 'boy was iloiiif fine tin" his size i Miss Loin cialney, who; is leach; my family tree -, It viM'ini'd, Ilk all till ollgh the LonMii C! fetter be careful 1
I I IIIK: ut Ilcllbrnliti' spent the : Jokes
B. H. S. JOURNAL i i t SCDOI e: "You look like Helen ;+im(, that llu referee! didn't know I WP"k-1 sumo of your ancestors may drop
end! with 1 her) pinvtilH at !Mr.\ Chas! IJ. Frisbee s d|,., .,
Brown his "Hluff". Tin- people on t the :. ocounul( ( in your face M .
on liny -
I I Salad; : "I look even worse III ,tide lino were finally convinced Mr.! .1. \Vainwright was triins- Clarence Moore: Is this swing
Arrived the
at farm ,,
:"'' ",,:' 1 MtWM'irKIl SEA 11' white." after the numerous ilia outs" acting business In Jacksonville !strong'! enough to h( ]Id us? Found a funny little kill, ,,<,I
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I Edller: -hr'hlef u.___ __ .... PAtH KN1OIITAHMlwtiiiit --- which the referee, linesmen and Friday flg] Lucille\ C.: Well It has held bigger woods. Spent the II.
ltdllnrx __. V1SAU.US: MANNING: EVA MAKHTTK Dora: Why do you use face coaches went Into conference.All !Mr and Mrs. I. N. Norman were men than you without: breaking In 4 he creek.Tuesday rest oi in, :
.__ STRL'TH. powder?
Joke Kdltor: LEAH
li the Mr. .
through the game nobody guests and Mrs L. It
Senior Reporter _- .- LENA UEI. .J1J SH1CPAUD June: To make me pretty. --
t Junior Reporter _.__ __ -- ANNJfA I 11)) I'KAnCE Dora: Well, why doesn't It? wag. Injured, few substitutions beIng lien' murk Sunday. Gladys: Is mumle Lou air-mind- Took a bath In the I tin' ',, ,
Sophomuru Reporter _, __ ... BKN HTISHNUISKQ;; made.( Miss\ | Louise Siipi attended ed( ?! built a fire In the bathtub
p 4, rll, Freshmen llipurtcrSnei.'lul __ ... MAPY UIIOWNL12I2 Lois: Did you know Mr. Ihrlg's After the game Coach Elmer (church\ at Illllbron Springs Sun- Mildred\ N. : Is she! say she Is WednesdayTried -
Ileuui.'" ESTELLE KENU.vICK 11AL.L1U JONES: day night. only fourteen and has already
I. I -----......'.....--......-............................................................................................................................... car had been stolen. Ihrle expressed his feelings by say- I A large crowd attended the basketball given the air to two bankers and to milk a cow nut (rot ,' .
I: rs ============. ======== ======c Leah : Yeah- These antique Ing "Tliut line (Is the best line I've find her faucet. "
I between Vanderhllt a. doctor.Harmon.
B, If. H. NOTES years Yes, I will be glad to give shops won't stop at anything will\ had yet. This brightened the game Thursday
boys little but not much because and Hellbronn Wednesday We : Why do elephantshave ,NE'orlydrownedfll .
you the dale of my birth to go on they? a the ( l ,,
t The n II S. AVhlrldwinds ex- th| back of the picture: you have of _____ they were uttering; words unprint hope to have more'ot these games such big trunks? Got !in, 10 feet of watur and i \
able. for this one was thoroughly enjoyed Kenneth A, : Because they have got to swim "
to the
press their appreciation mo. I NUNSHINK:
citizens of Bradford county for You also asked me to tell you Raymond Bald!, "Fine game and by everyone. Vanderbilt was I (to come all the way from India, I I"rlda- I

( their co-operation In helping' them some of the udvehtnrca I've had Honor roll for last month: fine boys, but the referee neededa the winner and don't forget there suppose. Gave, the pet dog a "hath 'i t ;
raise funds for basketball uni during the years we were too busyto First: Lacy Gaskins rule book." will\ bo another game between Mr. N. : I saw you kiss Pearl.I forgot to turn off the water ;
forms. The amount realized was write.I Second: Janie Marr and Vide II Sternberg: "Sorry game; and ref i Hellbronn and Vanderbilt at the can't stand that sort of thing. Saturday- ;
Marr. I Vanderbilt school house Oct. 16, Hudson M.: But you Just try. Forgot to write in
the of ree.
forty-five dollars was born In 1471 son a my dlui. ;
I at three o'clock. You have Idea how nice It is.
Illdlago( and was first a swineherd Third : Ona Norman. Klckllter: "Fine game and no day.
ti Our football team is dressingup then a soldier, and is you know, Fourth : Thelma (Goskln, ; green referee." Superintendent A. J. Griffla wasa Sunday .'
Their new Jersey's will make I my spirit of adventure used to Fifth : Hughey! Austlne and Grins: "Clean playing on both visitor to our school Wednesday WOOOLAWN! SCHOOLKVS: Went to church, put my iri.i:, t
their first appearance Friday at i cause me to be punished many Clarenco Parker. sides, all perfect except the ref afternoon. Our school has organized (SI run berry 1'!i'ho) In the collection plate.., Nit, 1.:.'.
; f the Cedar Key-Starke: football times, but still gave me lot of Seventh ICugene/ Austin. eree." The rest were taking It out I a P. T. A. with the following hand: with the preacher'- hi, \
themselves when asked olllcer: !Mrs. Frank Morgan, president Our Echo:( has been silent for and kissed his
$' w game on the Starke field. We are chances for fun It also prompted Imagine ,,011 wife.
li Mrs. down It couldnt be ; Mrs\ K. 1J Hart, vice presI- the past two weeks, but we are on P. S. no
,4 expecting every one of you to be ; me to seek a fortune in the new- Gniklns bogged on their opnlon printed. out of Jail next HI" .
+ + hero, Friday afternoon at 3 o'clockto ly-found continent of America, big Monday mornng.: dent; !Mrs J. II. Wainwright, sec- the road again. ._ -
91 i i i various military All pupils being present at one retaryIlss; !\ Inez Carmichael, We have our basketball! court in State : No. : ;
the to victory. where I took In highway 17 lieinu t'
cheer boys on a part :
............. ......... treasurer Miss Lois class
and trading expeditions. time. : Galney, corresponding first shape and according to faced from western edge of rian
Just think folks, won't we be While I was living near Panama Theodore Norman making a JlJoILDROXS: SPRINGS' secretary.Mrs. specifications, and Mr. Frisbee as- City to eastern edge of Tampa
head-mark in spelling Miss Pearl Norman !\ Weeks of Starke, was a sures us that we shall play according Contract
other awarded
proud of our graduates of this I became associated with two for c-ii-mti ,,,,
n year. Among them you will\ find adventurers Hernando de Lugues, Lonzo Austin having to stay In .......................... pleasant visitor to our school last to basketball rules and be hon- t lion of concrete bridge over Alai ,
+ in future years, scientists, doctors, and Dugo de Almageo. Almageowas five minutes. week. est and honorable. River at Hlvervlew. 't)::
I4 Farris! Norman with a raw Mr. Lloyd Moore was visiting In JokoNHellbronn Several of our pupils are absent Jacksonville\ Fish '
elocutionists. teachers, nurses, an evil one and such a temper, potato Net & TWI+ ,
t n engineers and librarians. but In 1524 we Jointly fitted out in his desk. Kalford Sunday 1. What do you thinkof this week working/; strawberries.The Company opened branch at : ",' an expedition with a view to ex- Tho girls wearing overalls to Mrs\ I 13. K. Green was shopping Shakespeare's plays? Woodlawn School( was well Day street.

' f We were very fortunate in hav- ploration and conquest, but on our school. in Starke Thursday.Mr. Vanderbilt: What team does represented at the basketball Mount Dora New eompoi. I
Orlando ,Iok<*4 Pledger Johns and Herbert ho play on? game on last Wednesday at Hell formed here to
lklr,, ing Dr. G. D. Coder of second voyage discovered\ Peru, operate' undo,
I with us for chapel exercises last and finding our forces inadequatefor Local: Och! You're on my toe. Norman motored to Lake City Sat- Floyd C. : .Mother!\ goes to Europe bronn school. All enjoyed the name of Eternal Paint and 1.." .

1 H Thursday. After a song, "Duty's conquering the country, I returned Phyllis: Well I dln't go to do urday afternoon every summer game very much qu.r Corporation. //I
y' i Call" by the student-body and a to Seville, Spain, for as- It. Miss Loulso Sapp was the guestof /; Marguerite: C.: Where does Supt. A. J. Jrillls was a visitorto Delray Beach -- Construct, )'"". J.
I' i prayer by Dr. Raymond, Dr. Gober istance. Loca: I see you didn't, you Just her cousin Miss Mildred Nor- your father go? our school last \Friday. We started! on new city water plan'' .
g + spoke to us on the Christ of Prop- I arrived In Seville In 1528, stood( there and done it. man Sunday. Flody: To the bank and post- think that Bradford county has Including aeration system ceuln. .
hecy and the Christ of History. was granted the necessary powers, i Teacher: Eugene: / what is an Interjection Mrs. 13. 13. Hart was shoppingIn office. tho best superintendent that thereIn tank and filtration bed, to cost .11,I,.
Dr. Gober seemed to like our much to my Joy, and re-crossed the ? Starke Friday afternoon. Pledger: I think I will look up 's' the state. 'ome again: Mr.!\ proximately 20000.

wtn q + school and teachers very much and Atlantic in 1531. Lonzo: r know that. -- -- -- -- -- -

we would be glad to have him visit The next year I went to Peru, Teacher: Well, what Is It Lonzo -

I us again sometime in the near fut during a civil war, slezed the ?
ture. reigning Inca at a friendly banquetand Lonzo: It is a verb that expresses''

d1n after getting a large ransom a fact
TMONOTIU.lt'MOUSFamous: : put him to death Eugene< : Yonder come a dog.
Yes, I know what you are think- \Mrs\ Gusklns: I think old satan

last words: ing and my conscience did troubleme himself has popped up out therein

When do we eat?-Hazel! Ad- greatly, but you know all's fair a speckled coat
$ ', kins. in love and war, and In war two Teacher: On what groundswere
u, Give me liberty or give me chewing fold. the Virginia and Kentucky
k/y y I ,; gum-Elmo Struth. The whole empire was gradually resolutions passed? I ;
b $ May!\ I get a drink -!Hilly Gra conquered but due to the fued Eugene< : On the ground where ne

r'r1.' ,'. ham i between Almageo and! myself it Washington. 14 situated. I iiiiion//
) t s, What size shoes are they- was long In progressing.The Teacher: Now 1'sten.:
?i ) Gator Inman. filed started \like this: One Eugene;: : I thought you said

), T' J, A two hundred. and fifty word evennig I ordered! the ship, Seville what /grounds
,{; 4l f theme Monday -Mrs. T T. Long/ made ready for the return trip to Mi-\\ Clarence Marr spent last
+ I am sick, may I go home?- Spain. Now the "Seville" was the week at Starke, the guest of his
HJ'.Jllli* }' Clara Louise| >eekGuess only ship we had at that time, that sister Miss| Ohio Marr
what?- I'd! trust! to make the voyage.! The We al'eIad/ to report Master
?. i a Mrs.\ T. T. Long walked up town. rest could have been ready In threeor Wllllard Cannon Is improving after -
Dora. got her phyitles lesson four months, but by that time It being confined to his bed sev,
:Monday. would be too late to make the eral days with the mumps.
U necessary reports Almageo objected Mr. and Mrs. II. Austin and -

{ JUNIOR HIGH NOTKS; to returning right! at that children, and Leon Wllkerson :; -
i time and sent word that I (the spent Sunday In Clay county, the
y'' The Junior High School held Its general\) had changed my mind guest of \Mrs.\ Prescott.
i first!' assembly last Wednesday. about going.It Master Yeon Wllkerson Is -
Professor Dowling called the was reported to me by a spending some time here, with his
meeting to order. The following trustworthy fellow so I had Al- grandparents, Mr. and. Mrs B.

Vr ;' a officers were elected: magvo put In confinement but he Wllkerson.
President-Vincent Alvarez. managed to get word to one of the 1 Mrs. Annie Lee and daughter,
9th Vice President-Dorothy Smith. natives and ordered him to burn Mrs. Huby Gay, of Jacksonvillewere
Secretary-Kitty: Hogsed. the ship and In-thls the native succeeded visiting relatives here a few''

+i ,t A short program was enjoyed by : and from that time on days past. I'
'' t + ,, the assembly constating of a piano Almageo was muntlnoua In every Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Norman and ,

solo, "fly the Brookslde," by way. daughter Woodlawn, were vls-
1l Marjorie Stump and u recitation, In the year 1535 I founded Lima Itng! the former's parents here last
"Earning Missionary Money[ ," by and in 1537 my brother strangled week, Mr. and Mrs. G. N. Norman.
Dorothy Smith Almageo. --*

t'\ The meeting adjourned after a I also founded the cathedralhere I\KK: C'IT111011. DIFI'.tTSItlt.tDFOItl'i'OIIN.11)l'S: :
BOng, America. In Lima. We were on the : 12-0
a+ A
structure of it many days. Thenwe 1IIiii *'

stones close up to the site we had The line-up of the Starke football ,
i k It seems very strange that these selected and start placing t them as team in the /game Friday with (
;t !,<' { so called flappers start "a flap they were directed. Many of the I Lake C'ty: Is as follows: ""'"
: .";: $ ping" every time (they nee a spiffy Indians died from that, and also Ralph Cox Fullback /1/ III \% \

I t sport roadster or u Tilt cap, OIIQ<: in working the mines, so we Sam Alvarez Letthalf ,

)) ) might actually: think that (ialnesa brought negro slaves from Africa Glenn McMillan __..,___Ulghthalf MIy R
lr villa was one of the seven wonders to take t their places. Dick Grlftls Quarter\ /1
1 Of the world to hear them talk of The temples of the Indians were 'Gator" Inman Center

It. Now of course I may be rich In gold and silver and u wonderful Buck Kedgrave ______ Left guard

wrong, as I never accuse anybody sight to look upon. Milton Brownlee a- Illght; guard ,
unjustly, but I'll bet that half of I only regret that you did not Ben Sternberg Left tackle 1A 1/
e tg; ,6 the girls who pretended to go to share In our work and pleasure. I Dilly Graham Illght tackle 1
3kJf the football game In Gainesville\ am at the present time, living hereIn Buck Klcklter Left end
t44 ,, a couple of weeks ago, either visited one of t the most beautiful pal George Haymond Itlght end
"rr, { the University of the 5 and aces we were able to build. On During the first quarter the
"t s f ,,' 10 cent store.' the side overlooking the ocean I teams were getting; : acquaintedwith
';(1 -- have a. rose covered balcony whereI each other, but they finally
And by the way did you hear sit every afternoon and read. And were off. The game proceededwith
+ + ( about the senior boy who celebrated under the balcony Is my rose gar- the teams doing their best
wy his birthday last week? lie Insists den that the garderner attends to Alvarez doing some fine punting. million or more revolutions of
your motor every ---- ---- --- -
that It'' was only his seventeenth so religiously. McMillan.: (Grim and Cox doing
five hundred miles drive-and PAN-AM
but upon my word that i And these, my friend, are the Homo nifty end runs and line! plaYA. you tougher
; y "feller" must be twenty years old biggest; ev'ent8 In my life. The big flat-footed Alvarez boy motor oil is built to stand the gaff. Fights the blistering

if he's a day. Since this is his Thanking you for the beautiful sure could run when ho once laid fcictlon-lie.it: of metal sliding over metal. The tough
'% first year here we had almost decided g.ft.: I remain. his hands on the ball.t one timeIn
film of PAN-AM motor oil, like a smooth velvet cushion
to take his word for it when Your friend!, a line play he went through/; the I ,
: :\\I lo and behold" two silver threads Francisco I'lzznro. line and wan In open field before protects every moving part. Keeps its body, holds its
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h' were found among the brown! If Lima[ l'crupr.. 26, 1541. being downed. toughness, stands "on (juard". %y I --
,, It's not old age. It mint he cares Dear Sir: The little hot-headed McM.llan: 4// I
and trouble---what do you worry Am enclosing\ letter I found on Change to PAN-AM tougher motor oil. III 1

"ty about Torney" ? the mauler's. desk, where he had

been writing a few hours before PAN AMERICAN PETROLEUM CORPORATION
*, One.ot our senior girls has great his death
A GOOD l ?
ambition The other day she lIe was asnaslnated! by a son of INTENTION D2.S

made the statement. "After I Almageu; hero In In his palace In IS A PROMISE JOlt TOMORROW.
: ? t graduate I'm going( piece and see Lima. THAT NEVER COMES '(-
{ r thtngtf." A few moments later she Ills remains! have been placed! 11..",_ .-.-,

yM told ua that mho, hoped to teach I In n the ('nthel1rnl.Ve till miss him c: II( r" l MfOR
9 school In Lawtey next year! Now very much and mourn his death. '
r + t as I said to Mr Mitchell, I'm a For he was an Intelligent man and -. -M-
J/? : i woman of few words and If there's treated us kindly. '1tk r r t
f.'T.I anything I dislike it's a gosslper, Sincerely, lt. :Eavi OILSTJTL1

t "' but I feel It's my business to look Amiga (Gonzalez .......-- fAn
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after the welfare of the commun Caretaker.

:'t "' ity. I nee a group of girls In the important matter like Irvurance .- .. .,
,; hall so I'll just have to sign l off. HOT TIPS: ,which protects your J \ "-
4 Oh, look! there's Mrs. Carptenter home,your business and your ',. ', ;
1'i' --Now would you look at those What would\ happen If: crcdit.descrves prompt attcrvtton. I '" \'
Cornelula did not blush? .
+ girls run! Isn't It scandalous the
a t) way they torment their elders! My, June didn't try to be different? If you had a fire toolght1
my. Theodore had his current event? would you be completely: .
R L N Hazel U.. lost her compact? protectedThe / J

f i This letter written by Pearle Louise Hayes grew some? timetobuRHAROLD_ ti---nowi.
IV. C.
Starke and Hell
J' I Manning was one of the best of the Louise Edwards walked slow- RETAIL
I N. B.1IUI.L, Starke bronn Springs
:''t ; teachers' training class. ly? C. WALL
P. ;J. COX, Worthington
J* Llmla, Peru Apr. 26, 1541.
Honored Friend: Halite (at football game) "Hey, INSURANCE T. n. ROSIER, lUIfonlH. DEALERS (1. W. SPIIIKS, Lake Butler
( Was dellghtfuly surprised to boob sit down in front" T. DOWLINU. ItaUon H. ALLEN: Lake Butler
hear from you after so many Boob: "I can't I'm not made STARKE, FLORIDA LAKE GENEVA: OAHAGK
Lake Geneva, Florida

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I Newt of Florida Short Paragraph t I I It 'i'ltdrcpnlici!, '? Ksldtnttti ,. .\11111'.f. St.irki' in attractive( Suniliiy. \pi 1 21st. t

I i Coiitlnui' d fioiu imiO1) : 1 ) $7 :3u.; $ I ). l>rid--to .bo of t this month hour Seaboard Hall WilY Hchi>duU-s for I '"ft;

Lumber dealers, 1 located oiitsldc Tvj"wrlt'l| r. repairers, trnvntliie,, .nblcH of bridge! and rook were Slarke were posted ns follows: I ',.-1'1

I nomln.itInn, $ >.50. of city doing business,: wlllru the $2.50 played, after which covers were Soiithbouml! 'I ,;

| Accountant( : public, each $10, city $15.00.M Untlortn1t! of ombalmerH, each placed on tho tables and a dellcoiti. I No. 1---(Local ) 11-19: p. m. ,

Live State News HUSH. $ !'j,II 11. ", ico course; wn served to the : No 11 .--I( Local( ) H-23: a. m. \ ';
i e', any person! f'rm: or I'or-I fl iclvints'dr.nctK'st' store kfp' r
: .ncludi-d McHdiintes 107jlLlmited(( 1:19 ,
Venders of any commodity not guests who : ,, ) : p m ts. I
porntion operating motor 'ms ore markets, or any business not
any Othriw rr. !MCI:used, $5,00. A. M. Lewis Kfflo '1 nor I.. II.Hill. No. 191---Limited( ) 10u: : p. in..Noillilioiiml .II "k

or motor buses or oilier vehiclefor I otherwise mention.'d. with' stack( iiiikorsor, repairers of R. n. Thedo. W. C. Woolen, ) I M l ,,,1;:t
$1.1>0. '
to $1,000. ,
TOLD BY OUR pnrpo of t transporting I passengers up jewelry not otherwise Htt-iisec1, HJ.! kt, nrnl'Y. n, W. Roberta E.n. No. 2--(I Local) 6:35: [j a. m. :'t
Merchant, druggist, storekeep- !
1 lor hire, when such motorbus markets or other business l'uI<'dent. $:5.50.1Vatc'Ilm15kers. Wells. W. F. Moore W. F. Godwin No. 12- -I( orlll) 3:05: p. m. .:
ore any
or repairers of Dr. Chandler, Wllmot Brown No. 108--Limited( ) 5:41: p. m. ,
_.._._.__ _._ __..__ __...__..__..__.__ ,___ or motor vehicle enters the not otherwise llcenned(! with Wannoe :t'f i
__' n----u-u-u-u---- n J\wI'II'y. non-resident. $10.00 1 D.V, Moore' Misses Arthurlne Brunch tharln 101 now ,
0)1 stock' over $1,000.00, and )less
1 One hundred 'Inllnhussi-c
-- ( niHtrlhiitlon ...
\ Lyrrc" of f receiving then $2OU".uu. t
I I or discharging lRslengPI'H. with 102 arrives Stnrko 2:40
each 59. m.
place of business $2 Andrews Sho was prosentud : p. "k.
I ,d",pure cash was paid( by $11u,19o.7u! to the Blxty-soven whether such carrier: actually! Morch-intB: druggists' storekeepers. '
machines inside of IH Bus Lines! .
handsome plate
. Weighing :a hnnd-painte-d no .' v F
: i -, h.iildt'llee,, Chicago |pow utilities of inn lilt ill us un office depot, termlus markets, or nny other business
Dean' Florida, constltutUiK/ place business\' each $2.00, and a company apron. NortUbounJ-5:10: a. m., 8:53: y ya

;, ,, .ic, fur the John M. I f ,i Fort Myers.\ of over $2.000, and not over $5000. I I
(tilt C funds of the financial Starke or not, shall pay a ll- with gal It!', $5.00LAIVTEY. I meetings of the P. T. A. was held p. m. I ; '.
I I support ((11)50( fee of $10.00. $5 .
of the -- it the school house: last Friday.Nearly ) Southbound-9:37: a. m., 12:07: .
;, ,11, -- Approximately 85. common schools, watt Brokers! agents or salesmen Merchant! (druggists/ !storekeepers t .
forty members were pm,4,071).m,6:37pm,10:50: :
., i ml home demonstration announced today by the mate depart dealing l In soling stock or bonds : markets, or ally other busl- .. .."..... ..$........ : present \ :
meal of !Mrs. L. .II. Hill the president p. m. J: ;
,, 50 )Florida counties public Instruction The otherwise licensed with
; ni cs not
i I'nut' fo.-eiRii to Bradford county each, '

I: ,HI.",q"ii ,il I ut the ColleKo of apportionment Includes the proceeds $100.00. stock over $5000 $7.50. : : opened were appointed the meeting.for each room Mothers\[ and A good hunting-t; ,;;:; ;fort'"f] :;;
:, i ,.. ,", for a week's confer- of the sixth cent tux upon Dillhoards. each agent firm or Merchant tailors $7.50. ...N.NN'....r..*******... 11I"'IIII'd| The book nod picture cast for Florida I this' winter by j' ,; .' ,:

f,' i, progi'iim' will continue gasoline I which brought: *!M8,017.- (partition! operating billboard It'iiernntmeichiiii' meaningany : committee was asked lo meet with State Game Commissioner C (<<1. *.; I p' ;,y
11 Last Saturday afternoon about
f' i ni ',i\' noon. collected xi::ncithe t act wapassed within the city shall pay for each person, firm or covporntlon Woodward. A chock up by the t'', ''to>-
!Mrs (H'll at her home to frame \
by the 192! legislature and I engaging in a seasonable business 5 o'clock while' \Mr\ and !Mrs. Mixli\ '' '
h'llboard, $1.00. commissioner: shows I that th s summer : J
moro pictures und order the rest
'. >.iiurR. .: -The St. Petersi collect( lorn; on t the other funds during certain, PC-I-OIIS(, within the (Carter, with thr-lr! two children! ;
i I' 1 1 i r Heauty parlors each 250. of the books needed fOl' the rooms. muting season! l has been fa- .
I"..'1)"d i working for the which are the! one mill tux Internet Bakeries within the city earl city of Starke, soiling!: or offeringfor and \Mrs.\ Carter's sister of High- An interesting musical \'ol'nblo'and Unit the woods and :1

aviation realty 'The on the common ,school fund. sale good<1, wares or merchan- Ian. were coming to Law ley, their program i : -
i i .11 nf $2: CO.( / wee (given in charge of Miss! UaceWOOIL ] fields, are well stocked with quail, '!' t. .
,"r the opinion that no city; the one-fourth mill tax and interest Hoard or other artlclos herb d're, or other articles not otherwise tar skidded and o\'I'rlurncllllllhe doves and deer. Conservation of \" ;

p'r' today that does 1)eaward on bank deposits. Iniiiimcrated or referred to any licensed shall pay a license ditch In front of the Polly Anna -. our wild \life Is almost as Important '( ,I.j,
Cafe north of town
1 *i In facilities( for alr- person firm or corporation desiring lax nu follows: IUjlll'llIIhe/ as development of our agricultural I, i !" 'f 1.

,,1' ,,.I i ,'very typo and use. Plant C'1t---Wth: the first real I to engage in the business of Stock up to $500.00[ a license occupants but 1101 seriously except Fire of undetermined originorigin /: resources. Thousands of 1; I
the little four year old girl ) swept through the t
touch of fall weather which Bent hl'lnllnlbrenc\ !, cigars; tobacco fee of $25.Ov.Stocks people come to )Florida every winter \i I r
of \Mr.\ Carter's. She suffered a (illslocated story of the W. 1\I.l'l.'pIel'\ building '
i 11.1 i Ui-arli l As a result of (the thermometer to 6-1 degrees candies or any commodity of any; up to $1000, a license for the hunting who would /go ; I'
hip bone. Mr. Curler forenoon, E'xtclIslvedamll +
was Friday doing
,i\ i'i vat Influx of vl> ltornm hero Wednesday! night: and I the nature, except farm produce! Irto lax of $50.00.Stocks / elsewhere If Florida did not afford "'
cut on the 01'11a oIl shoulder and o to the Gultusvltle Sun
',, the southern suites last heavy rains of the lost few weeks I the city of Starke and offering 'hp' up to $2000.00 a license them tho sport they desire. : ;: '.
!he lades' : were bruised. The little newspaper oqu'pment: and lo the '
in'?" i Daytona, I Itench hoard apparently l concluded, slrnwbe ry I Same for sale, either to the local tax of $75.00. -- --. o I,,;. 'I '

i "..1,1111111-,, tin spring motorcades' I/I'OWAI'H; of east lllllxborough! county merchants or to the public' by nu Stocks( up to $1>.000, a license flvo months' old bnby, was stock and machinery of the ivppor Tampalmprncd. )Local airport beln:1! I ': \>i
bruised over the The cur Printing located the i
eye. was company on +
i I. luil"I large and small cities( turned the latter part of this tomob'le. truck or any other con' tae" of $100.00.Slockrt J: i ij'' <
completely( wrecked. ground floor. Extent'; of the fire
,.ih. and on a much larger week to setting out 1 plants for the vi'y 11 nee from any place, outside over $5000, a licence! tax MusdnmoH\ A. M.\ Lewis and 13.R loss has not been dl"ll'll1IlIll'd n. -- ---- 't I'1!!,

,. thexe cities to "spend' > winter of Bradford! shall of 20000.
I ii\ 'iic crop Virtually every section county pay I! I
unity were shopping in Jacksonville
ackacheIf :
'. iiiiin-r', In Daytona Beach.i of this great strawberry pio-, ouch person, $10.00. Merry\ go-rounds, managers orovnors Thursday. Tallahassee --- Florida's< Stato ;
i has Hanks trust for ench week, $10.00
during bankers
area suffered from or cumpany'S
tsurplus banks and held l
Sire H, U. The do was visiting ( trust companies
)" Hen.,,, --- Two hundred< <1 and ) of I'u'n in recent weeks, so each $7.t0.Barber !Manufacturers! I of any commodity 'In Starke Monday.\ nearly $200,000,000 at close of functional Bladder Irritation jl> .

:,i''" ti\i, thousand dollars In bein mudlllO In fact that scarcely any shops for each chair not ,otherwise licensed $10.00.Moving Professoi' Collier l hlone! business on Juno 20lh.Starke disturbs your sleep, causes Burning ''i' '
was a !
p'cture: dhows, each $5[j or Itching Sensation, Backache or I k I
MI, mi improving buildings berry plants have been I put nut : $1.00 visitor! to Ftarke Saturday.Mrs. ( Construction underway I II %!
each table News stands) 250. Leg Pains making you feet tired ;!
winter With
M'' limn' for the season Improved weather comlitliMiH' or pool rooms
a,00.Oceullsls C. D. arlllln of Siimnei-' on auto laundry and filling depressed and discouraged why not '-k{
1 i II'' ludcM an addition to Lake and prospects that it will be necessary : $12.50. Osteopaths, eath $ vllle, S, C. Is visiting' her brother station Just north of Dr 1 Hlggs' try the (')'Ht4t-'I 48 Hour Test? Don't ''i";" I

I I.. Inn, .UK! Villa Dora hotel, UHil to take Immediate advantage. Bonl'dlnhOllses./ rooming permanently located, A, )H. llarley) and fa III II y. ofllee Oil Temple avenue. give up. Get C'yt; '* today at any ,tt/; "

,I a new swimming pool and<1 of the moisture now In the houses apartment houses< or 1 hotels $5.00.Occullsts. drug store. Put It to the test. See 'l'
t I i- 1 I'',;. I'J. Burney was transacting/ Lake Worth I -- 1 Hti'ldlng! permit) back If JI' y yt
"". e n,'sli ld"lIceS" ground; believed l to be greater than for each room, !60c. non-re-ildoiit. or trav- business in Jacksonville Tuesday Issued. for construction of $1.500 1 how doesn't fast It bring works quick Money improvement 't I }11 I I I \

n several years at this time of ]Boiler, machine shops or fo ndarles. illug. $10.00.Optlcitu5 1\11'\ >1. L. H. (Hill\ and Louis Jr., garage" In rear of l Lucerne between and satisfy you completely. Try I"I> .,

,MI i I'l-ii-fKbtirg, The distlncn year, every effort IH being put each $[j.00. :\ perinaiipntly located: were visitors to Ocalu Saturday N and () streets Cystex today. Only tiOc. ",j'' i:

nl' being)( the oldest member fort to get: plants"' out and do Boat builders! $2.50. $5 00. Miand Mrs.Vllmot Broun and! ii iiVF

01 the" (Grand; Lodge of Masons of whatever resetting: Is necessary In Bowling box ball alley, $5. Opllrlant. non-resident or traveling baby of Til in pav lio has been VHItlng | -

Klninla and of having a record of patches which liavt- already been Hyclcle$ repair shop: connected / $10.00. his parents I Dr. and Mrs\ (C. liij >

.II,''nhUlI'a( at the grand lodge set with other business.! $2.50.[ O)]>toir<=-t.'lst: permanently located \V. Brown left Monday\ for Philadelphia We can chcrne your

mtxtlngn. : that is seldom equalledi -+- I Bottling plants each, $5.00. $5.00.Optometrist[ ) to study In the hospital at'

l Marcus Endel known as Blacksmith shop, each, $2.50. non-resident or
i- hy> : ............ .......I traveling $10.00. that place. STORAGE BATTERY InSmith's ,
th.' Grand Old Man of )Florida( Canning: factory, $5.00. Mesdames) it, U Thedo( and K.

1LI".nery : HAMPTON | t'ivll engineers surveyors, each: Palmist, each, $100.00.\ It. Currudlne Spent' Tuesday In

$2.[50.Clolrveyants. Painters:, paper hangers" ; lie
M|IN. Ada !ftlmmo. Cur. + Jacksonville
Fun Myers Ten thousand dol- or spirit mediums permanently located. ) i.5fl. !Miss Rachel
..............o..... ... $50.00. Painters, paper hangers: etc.. Hoyr. spent veveruIidays ; Starke J
us worth of liquor consigned to here last week with lilr Mister' .
\f\ ,,ni, :: 'Island from Fort Myers was The P, T. A. of the Hampton Chiropractors $5.00. non-resldeaf! $ILOII. !Mis. FV. !Moore Garage Jla. Jil;

n d I near Tampa by federal cue public(( school I held. their monthly, 1 Cigars/ tobacco dealers who pay/ Peddlers of green groceries and\ Mrs .1 i. T !Moor,' was IIOSIKHK' in r'r

,m ,, "if'. ,'iafs! at 12:30: a. m., Tues business meeting at the city, hall I, no other license, $2.50. country produce, nor raised or .', delightful! bridge/ and
i d i\ This amount of liquor con Sept. :2!7. tit sevou-llilrtv' afternoon. ClKnr factories.60." crown bv warty In Bradford county .

1)d:i' l our entire car load;; but The attendance was good.; The ; Curio dealers local, 250. )
n I prohibition! agents dl<- meeting was presided over by the Curio' dealers foreign $10.00. Peddlers of liienls of allY kind, t '

"> ""d' ,ii t. half of the shipment v'ce-presldt'iit. bliss\ Helm Maxwell Clothing, second hind dealers, not raised by h'niself and In Briul ( Honest\alues
foul, county Florida, each $5'
d 1 'Iq i i n disposed of. .V very Interesting. business meetIng $25.00. ,
Peddlers. or agents, for un>'
was (conducted lit (he beginning Cement, concrete BldewnlRs or

i l'i..li. .rsliurg Distrust of of the session, and at the other nrlli''cla'' stone manufactur- ,dry goods, (groceries; shoos,! hosiery '
furniture or any.. other (commodity 1
1 ,",-i 1 n !local man $750. liur- (conclusion! nn Interesting: )program 1-rn. each, $2.50.Contractors .

i n, "Hci'tit series of bank fail- was enjoyed. Miss\ Kathryn: Weeut not otherwise enumerated not otherwise licensed In that
this ordinance 01' accepted thereby assure DEPENDABLE
$5 00.Creamery. .
h"* drew out $1000 from n furnished beautiful I instrumental
PHI" .t in a clear! box and music, after which dialogues and $2.50.
and surge&ns each, '
i"" 'd""M in Iho corner of his ftaIml.iy ; recitations were rendered by tile Concert hall where entertainments ,

'I 1 < when he dug up the intermediate, and l primary mndesItev. or exhibit" areIven/ Ucon'ert permanently located $15.00. TRANSPORTATION/ rtg n
Phys1nnc;, null rurgeons; n in-
balls dances etc., fo profIt -
i. IH- found bugs had eaten all Lewis of Wtildo. was u t
resilient and not pnn'tlclnt: with
( )
1 I. "," In bills, which also 1)1l1'1C'lll..n business visitor: here this week. per annum $5 00.
each, JlD.oo<< / .
veside physician
hire, 500. f fh
", "i'' away. The banks Itev. \Montgomery\ preached. < at Car for J t
Piano tuners, ach. $2.50.I'hotoRrtiphcrH.
damaged last I Sunday Drays one horse Jl.00.Prays. .
i i I in redeem the the Methodist church :
llorses'$2.00. residf-nt, t2"O)
." ''I'h I .( man's name was 1101'j morning! and evening. : t. 0 r )t
Pboto >rnphers non-resident: or
dealers in $2.50. ;
l 'd Mrs. J. P. Sullivan, who has Dynamite, ,, -

been for several months In Miami, Dentist, permanently located, travelliu, $25[ .00.Planing and : I j.
mills novcllyworkd
'4'"nvllle -- Harvey Jackson has returned to her home here.Mr. $5.00. ;

1 '. iitiUi\e| was ordered held for \ and Mrs\[ L. A. Johns have !Dentist, non-r'es!tlent, or travel $5.00.Pep \
nut carts or stands( $2.50.[ '
,,n i' the grand Jury today in recently, visited Mr Johns mother ing.: $50.00. O i j'j'I I
Plumbers, resident' $2.50.:
1 Electrical contractors, resident
''''um'' t on with the shooting hint Mrs Annlr Johns of Starke. ,
Plumbers, !non-resident inoan- I
"III"nrday afternoon ofV.. II. 1111- ('. A. Hurling has assumed $2,50.1iectthal[ of Bradford county $10 HK
1 I contractors, nonI'csldent (
1 i. I'urktT Parker was editor of charge of the Standard Oil )Filling
Pawnbrokers, $100.00. I
'Hi.. Illue Shirt" 1 published( In Station Just out of town. $10.00.1'll'l'Irlclll Patent medicine venders, resi + t+ ,

MK! 'iiri' Olllcera were scattered'liiiHtgh Dr. Miller\ of Palutku, but form '; light or power plants, I f
(lent, $10.00.Patent .
: the circuit court room erly of Ilruniwlck, Oa., will take 10000. medicine! non-resident. i (" \
includingtacks ) ,
u'ir'l... the hearing was held on then up his work as physician here. He l Express company ; .
I owned by (company, ,125.00. .
,lu'th of reported threats has located in the large residence express Patent medicine venders, advertising ( ::-
1 cl's'i : .!Mrs. I'. Ii. hunt 1IHofllee $23.00.:;
i rI-I i-Mate witnesses! but no belonging to In any way $25.00. j ,
I Employment: agencies each $5.
will be .
''i '.' occurred.( : and operating room --
Pressing clubs, dye works or
Foilti'ie tellers each( $50.00
)llouser !building :
conducted l In the r
Feitlllzer mnnufnciiirlnt; or cleans, rice hors, res'rloiit and not' 1
'I i ,I'limxhee'' -Sheriff I,. 1lIat- on \Main\ street.
otherwise licensed 1. $2.SO()
mixing plants
II I < of UIIIsborouKh/: county, 1\I.SII Clyde Mnsley. who has Cas factories $5.00.[ Pressing! clubs, dye works or The Chevrolet Red "O.K., :

ii vended from olllce today been visiting her cousin, at Sanford Gasoline or oil dealers, whrlenale st"ant lea ter4, noii-rrsldefct and That Counts" Tag Protects
E. Or-
i ">M rnor Doyle Curlton. The and her sister Mrs.
this shrill apply to any person!,, not otherwise )llcci'ped, $25.00. r''
i "i ion which came late In the mond<1, of Palatkn returned) to her firm or corporation) with un established Hunt in>Hints. cafes, lunch Your Used Car Purchase. LOOK

iii.nin, was on the ground of homo here lust Saturday.Mrs. place of business within: stands or any other'eating 1'11l'enot (

d. misfeasance; malfeasance I C. P. Sasser and daughter tho city limits $25.00. otherwise' licenced sealing 50 Every reconditioned car we offer for sale is at these Outstanding Used ) ;

| ''Competence, the executive Mice Clara May of Valdoaln, Mr. identified of Car Values '
.. Oasolirie or oil dealers, wholesale to 100 or more $25.Oi by means the Chevrolet red
-luted.'! At the same time, und !Mrs. S, M. Simmons and son
IlOKtmirnnts. cnfes, lunch .
to "O.K. that '
the guests ; tills shall upply any )person tag. This tag 'Is thepurchaser's
.1 i nor announced the ap- Thomas of Sparr. were firm or corporation that iloos stands or other' eating place not m\: l"n.irr: ni) M n'.'i r1u' : I .

'|' in of II. '1'. Joughln. Tumi of Mrs\[ P. n. Hunt this week. established place of oth( rwf".. licensed, seating 25 l to, assurance that the car to which ,, ., Iose'I.'I.
have uI"'I'' :
not I "Till' I IIi ;
,:i< )man\ as Ilatton's t
'I'he governor declined toliin Paul and Waymer jtf I'alatka I $50.1)0.) IlpRlaur.'nts afro, lunch I expert mechanics-that it has been il''"'.II. l.aliuii' "' I > ,ii (c\1; V" pi in'. j "

>suspension order with and operated by Mr J. M.\ 4'ursely several, ) CypsluH: romping or doing business etunds or other eating placo thoroughly reconditioned( -and that the \\ 1'1'11N O K.: 1'l1.\, 'r'">l';NTS :.' ,
for the suspension. which has been closed, for than 25! .
Ing less $5.00.Itaflrn
nature whatever, not
months !began work again last otherwise' any enumerated( herein! each 'ids.! etch, $25.00. III'nl'I'I price is based on the car's actual ability to. t:

"iison Judge, : A. V Long."" Monday morning.Mr. I family $100.00. Shows of all kinds giving; render service. 'oltn l021t: 'h"l'I'r':1l" : "I.

'lug a hunting lodge built in 0. Ilaynes and :Mrs. P. n. Hypnotist professional or oth- formliio fliilnh; .xr..llent tires, 'r" '
the the"w /
Hammock, which! he will use Hunt have located In the largebourdinII' erwlHM.' 5100.00. structures of uny kind, ,'ove-'ed or to overwhelming popularity of : i .l top, curtuliiH and upholHterlnit; iY': ,:

and houro near the depot, new Chevrolet Six:, wo have on hand at this I 111 iUi!1 llrxiiNx/ ; $:,1B/ flown.W IC
? i the hunting season' Hat cleaning= and<1 Mocking! not ttnrover.d for each) main! show, r ",

'lily also when he wants to /go: that was recently vacated by 1C. A. I connected with other business!: ,, each day 750. time an unusually large group of these ITtt AN O K. THAT COl'NTM I .

,"M during the open season for Delk.) of $2.50. Side shows each side show per "O.K.'d" cars. Come inn! You are certain / :

water fishing: Levy county Mrs.\[ Carpenter and son' Jack Ico factories located within city,, day 500.! to find the i UK uoi.irr rt-ju: ( mil rot: ;i
of Mrs car you want-at a price that .
proud of hercircuit Judge/: Palatka, are the /guests: $5.00.\ Striking michlnes, owners or Just'.. UH lean MM a pin lunlde unit nut !

'ut.1s': honored that he should Carpenter's parents, Mr and "Mrs Ice factories, located outMdn< of managers, of each, per day, $1.00. ,. will save you money. Make a small down wIT h it perfect motor, brand' new I

''I Ills hunting lodge/: here and J. M.( Pursely. city but doing business w.'tl-In: the Any other amusements connected payment and drive your car away! ,inftiluh tires, bumprH, large steer. : ''

,viII) now claim that he U a col- city, $25.00. with any show separate from &a-'IIIO the \vhi-i-l. ':19 llct-nHi-) .&0.00 down .k

"""" i time resident of the county More than $11.000,000 was sold in Ico cream carts or wagons, selling then main oi side phows, each place, VV 1TH AN O. K THAT ('OI'o.'I'M; ;

I 'IKI- Long/ Is a great hunter, lov- leiied In taxes on gasol'no: endIng at retail! on streets, $2.50. par day. $1.on.

'ihe out-of-doors and the wild Florida during the (fiscal year Ito cream factories! $5.00. Slot mu'hlnes, vending legitimately -
"I!' )Florida June 30. 1920. figures Insurance! com pa.lien. all kinds owner or manager of each Company"P
ofttce1how. Chevrolet
In the state comptroller's of a with resident agents; see agent machine 500. Torode-Ritch

''llahassee Damage from the The tax: consisting Insurance! companies all k'ndi Skating rink. $5.00. "I
'" the levy of 5 cents upon Shoot'nr irn'arlex' each $ F.00.
Uorm to highways over late willino lesident agent, see agents./

wilt amount to about $::11I0.R ( .- of gasoline, totalled $11.- Junk% dealers $5.00. Shoe repair shop, each $2.50. Starke Florida 1

M Duncan, chief highway 207.77fi.9l.! The collections were theprodnrt Job j.rinters, 15.00. Transfer[ comnanleB, or "mllvl- ; ;

'leer' announced loday. Mr.in on 23 1..I 155.478! .S gallons of Knife racks, cane racks, ball dn-I opr,iMrit/ a motor vehicle( In

who has Just returned sold: during tho year. gamesonnecled with" how, '. eachrack the city for the purpose of hauling "" I

ni of the storm day $25.00. and ((1.IIVl-rlng good, for h re :
an Inspection ,
the or place per d
extension In . !
short lino outside' of I
.11t""- to the roads and bridges A by the )o'lorllapower ( I Laundries, steam $10.00. hem paid l city to points :. : .l d.l
''! the total damage now esti- .city of Inverness I the Laundries hand 500. said city In the state of )Florida) or ,
will perve '
,'d be reduced conslder- Corporation< located outside of, from points outs'de of said city to : .
may eompary,4 This' Laundries: USED f1q jlfii.1'fJlf/fl1itt"/ 'lflit$ f,
The damage was scatteredthe Inverness! Fiber :in making'I Bradford: county. 'iol'citing/ busl-. point wlth'n said city $5.00. : : () ;

Key West extension:! new industry is' eiiKiigfd : acre within the city 2500. \ Theatrical shows, In building/ ... .
upholstery material An additional t fitted for name, each day 'if not : -: l
"I'K between the Florida Keys has been Lunch stands, See cafes, restau: -
shortllne extension .1 I located $5.00. I I'
having been left intact, he said city of Homasacsa. I rants. permanently
'r", prlnc pal damage was done at made near the little Lawyers each, whether part-, | Telegraph companies! or office, 1 ,

ills and in minor places. jp, 1.


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4i 1 I9: ::p' in'' '111'111111111'i' i. MaYl&llll1mptoJ'- ,'! Ii.\iti>sriti'\ri.Ni{ iio.xn NO. Milton Firm" shipment, of San. llprnnndo Phosphn M 1

i, :':)" U I I .. 'Oil t 'I 1 ho.. |III| OKI ,1111 of I the' rrcial'i i (! night. .vi IICJ.\N: I\ST \VIOIKllardmirfurliiR : ;:) tu llpsu fnuntv'H J l'!1211 wool clip located JUKI north of hvi, m, I

:Mi and Mrs. .1. I 13. Dlcktimon i
;:: !lay n .1 1 ntcMM'sliiig. and inspirational. Hlilpppd rt('''nlly li.. Mobilo firm suune operations In near him,',
:i 1, I I and.l'IllIdren and her sister.: MIsH I that ))101'1101of\
; !; 1lrs.V.. J. )EppoiHon,; ,
1 ;
; 1
: ; 1 DC e1 Owelda Hall were visiting: their road No. 58 between 1'rovidem 5Z5z

.;, resident. presided. The outstand- htcr Mrs. W. M. Bender and fam-I and tho Lake Clty-Oalnesvlllt a C 1

speakers were Mrs. Robinson'of ly at Earlton Sunday. I in Columbia bo- r lllta',+ I
highway county 4
r.iiliH'HVllle and Mrs. O'Kelleyof I
y I Miss June Adklns of Hampton,
Kiln last week. It was reported
There three
were spent Tuesday night with Miss
;) t WOM\VH: c'l.rn 01" HT.IHKK !tcrnoon Mr\ ". A. Wood presented :' deaths reported last year; many Rhoda ZeIgler. some wt'eks! ago by some of the'

+ 4,1 8IHKTH: an Inspiring/!: lesson from the bonk other reports were encouraging. The men of this community papers that the road had been completed -

B "Jesus Our Id<'I1I." and< discussedthe but this was a mistake: ua
i hu following named officers were gathered at the home of Mr .A L.
Tho first mooting!!: of (the new last three chapters, which elected for the ensuing year: Sullivan Tuesday morning for the it was the grade that was completed :
Woman's Club of teach of Jesus our Ideal In love, and not the finished road.
's' ; club year of the President, Mrs. G. C. White, purpose of working up his straw 3'
Starke, was held Wednesday afternoon in death and In the resurrection Starke. berry patch which needed attention The work Is being done by contractor -

1 at :IW! : : o'clock, at the clubhouse lira.\ Parks read the Bible lessons Vice-President, Mrs. T. J. Terry, t L M. Grey J one of t the best

t ; p with the president, Mrs E suitable to each chapter, and Mrs. i Lawtey. i. The Theressa Christian Union road l builders In/ the state.

I James T. Guy led In a fervent This Is a much needed improvement -
M. Johns in charge./ Divisional I
I superintendents: meeting at the home of Mr. S. H.
After a short business session, piayer. Mrs. T. J. Strickland, Gainesville Dodd on Monday evening, October I and will be a big help to the
arranged! liy Little Miss Gloria: Johns gave farmers and truck growers of Un-
4 a delightful program !: Rt. 3, 7, 1929, for the purpose of organ-
:, the educational department, was ns a reading, "In London Town", Mrs. O A. Anderson, Lawtey. izing a basketball team. ion county, to say nothing of the

f k1 rendered as follows: and after hearty applause responded increased travel that will be tinned ,
; The team to be sponsored by
Instrumental solo-Mrs. 1 11. V. with an amifsing' encore Ac this way.

1t r Knight. companled by Mrs. A. Z. Adklns .................v...... the Christian Union of Theressa. Now we want the state road department -
9 Mr. S. 11. Dodd, manager; Mr
t { Talk on gllIcation-Prof, S. 8.Cowling Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr., sang two to get; busy and let the
: THERESSA : D.V.. Moore, assistant manager/ ;
lively voice numbers namely: contract: for the bridge across New
Mr. David Moore, captain; Mr.
JIUs Rhoda
; Vocal selections ((0)) "In the "When Singing! Birds Were Mute River on Road No. 28, between
E. S. Sibley asslstan captain. It
Time of Koses" (Relchardt) ; (b) by Hamblen; and 'Song of Love" ...))N....00.......N.e was agreed upon that the colors Union and Bradford counties, and

"How Salr Fair" (Fdor Flotaw), by Curran.A connect tills road which has been
) '. of would be green and white the
and Mrs. C. T. Ilalsden
Mrs. JV.. Andrews Jr. feature of the afternoon was hard surfaced and give us a nearer jswr* rj .
shall be "The Christian Un- '
Live Oak visited Mr. G M. Bennett
Remarks-Supt. A. J. ( rims.f opening the sunshine bugs, and the hard road out to Jacksonville.
and family Sunday.Mr. ion Sandspure" of Theressa. I're- In these clays of stiff competition, a young man
Instrumental solos -- "The Melody amount realized was 40.25, which Lake Butler Times.
and Mrs T ,1. Green from siding: secertary of the evening,
is woefully hahdicapped without a college educa
4 of Love" ((11. I ICiiKt'lmann ) ; will be used for local work.
k Arthur Moorer.
visited Mr. and 0. M. Ben-
(b) "Dance of the Rosebuds" The hostess, assisted by Gloria Jasper Ocala --- Construction startedon tion. Yet how often does it not occur that, with

', Miss Vera Claire Robinson Johns, Mrs. E. M. Johns Mrs J. nett and family Sunday and were airport.
Keats) ,
( accompanied home by Mrs. L. M.Henderson the best intentions in the world, a father has not
Ii. Hitch. Mrs. L. A. Davis and CAN BUY TAGS
and baby Artliurnaree. the funds to for tuition?
N. served pay
Reading "Just a Friendly !Mrs. T Rltch a daintyIce
Y Mrs C. R. Manalre of Hampton,
1'' of brick cream and 1 ,
+ Call" -- Miss Hazel Middleton. course
is visiting her mother, 1Irs.V.. A. RROM CAPITOL
) The teachers of the Bradford pound cake.Thirtysix Jones thin week Say it with Flowers START AN ACCOUNT IICHE .

+ County High School were honored,, members of the society f
t ; Mrs Lucy Ooodson of Putnam Flowers For All
1 this occasion. enjoyed this pleasant and instructive :Motor Vclilclf ('oiunilsHloni-r. ('or.recta
guests on ]Hall was vlsltlug Mrs. E. S. Slb- today-and deposit a fixed sum weekly for the
Following the program refreshments entertainment.11'OOIMIN Statement.W. .
were served and a social ely Thursday afternoon. Occasions boy's education. t per cent interest is paid.

Miss Teressa Bennett was a visitor -
half hour enjoyed. : ('litl'LI< .: S. McLIn. acting motor vehicle -

to Gainesville Wednesday commissioner advises that Gertrude Godbey Bank
a 1'1'i afternoon Bradford County
The members of Starke Grove tags could be purchased, directly
i i ,,! 1) X. MKKTS: WITH MHS.l Mrs. Ruby Gaines and son, L. Anderson
No. 278, met: in Woodmen hall from Tallahassee, in cases whereIt
U >. 1'. OAIU'KXTKR; : M. of Gainesville, visited her father -
Tuesday evening at eight o'clock. Is desired. His statement' followed Bradford County's Financial Stronghold
Mr. G. M. Bennett one day last
I). N.. C. Officers at their station. A large a statement to the effpcl? ; Phone 39
H Members of the were week. Waldo, Fla
r number of circle members present. that this could not be done and STARKE FLA.
) entertained by Mrs. D. p Carpenter Mr. and Mre. E. S. Sibley visited! ,
fr{ '.:, Tuesday evening, at her her Alter the business session of the his mother, Mrs. L. G. Sibley: at was made for the purpose, he said, rti7SaSa4S4574Sa, 57Sa S7Sa S7 S7 S'a S7 11117417 SaSJS4574S S7S r
t the Starke Winners,
( meeting, exemplified of preventing any misunderstand
home on Walnut street. Beaula Park last Tuesday! --
the Initiatory work In a
Bright/; colored Autumn flowers Mrs. D. T. Burns and son, David ing. ---- ------- -----_.----
) very efllclent manner.At He also added some comment
were prettily arranged about the of Jacksonville, were visiting Mr.
our next district meeting of relative to the charging of a no-
q4- living roam where friendly, cheer eJ, M. Bennett and family last
the circles t the Starke Winners, fee by agents. In this con- Free -
tary ; In Gold Given
4 prevailed, the evening being spent week.
) are bound to be heard from. Those |I nection he said: "TUl| has always !
in cards sewing and conversation Mrs. E.: K. Powell and baby of 5
attending the district meeting at been allowed In thV agencies find $
k To compete the evening enJoyment Miami, arrived here Sunday 'to \ ,lllirr.V ilollnr. purehnae herr S
Dunnellon Thursday were Mr and was allowed In the state motor ve- I
served l the Jwl
,a1 an Ire course was spend a while with her parents,
Mrs. O. M. Inman, Mrs 1 E. W hcle! department until I called thegovernor's l Saturday HC \\lll give' one j tUkot, !
following present: .
Mi' and Mrs. C. A. Youngblood.Mr
a Mrs. B, S, Carroll Mrs. )H. C. Hayes, Mrs L. A. Meade, Miss J. B. Russ.of Brooker. spent ; attention to same last fiititliitK holder to one .lianrc In a (/
Amy Moore, Congressman R. A, January, and he Immediately Issued !
1 Hitch, Mrs. Telfuir Long, Miss the week-end here with his brother dl'II\\'lnjC to l bo !licit) hat. night lit'om. '
Green who delivered an addressat L
an order prohibiting any
Ethel Griffin, Miss Minnie Crubor, .
rd'es'' the evening session. Wilson Russ. state employee in the tag depart- : 1j2.o f! in gold; 1 will >bl' given
i Middleton, Miss
Mr. and Mrs. J.V.. Hall and
tit 1 Blanche Alderman, Ming Florence ( children of (Gainesville were visiting ment to cjiarge a notary fee. I I'ltlCK):); to the liuUy ulniK'r. Buy ttjour \1 '

f Per- ('JlU'I.)'; MIKTIMS: ': ; hope that betore another twelve Saturday jjrocU'ili'S, lit'it1- 4
(, Matthews and Miss 1 Eunice Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Young- I !; _
kin!!. blood Sunday afternoon. months roll around( I will be able Vein any I lie t the w |IIII(,T! y
The circus: of the Baptist W. M. with the under-
to npnolnt agents!!:
J th Mr and Mrs. A. L. Bennett and I \\'IXX EUU'ST; : UK; ritKKHNT
'? I\\K: ;: BlClltCa: I'.UITY U. will hold their regular meet- standing that they do not chargen

lug Monday afternoon lit 3:30: at children Jacqueline, and Lazell notary fee. However it would :

Wednesday evening was the the home of Ales C. A Knight. and, Mrs spent D.last T. Burns Sunday and with son David Mr.- have to be done through mutual SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY-SATURDAY OCT. !L& J 12 "'

scene of e delightful affair, when Mrs. J. M. flrownlee will have agreement! as the i statutes allow )
G. M.\ Bennett and --- -- -- -- -- -- -'''-''-'-- --
family.Mr. ,, ; ; ", ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,, ,, ..
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Robinson en- charge of the meeting. All members them to make thlsjpiarge., i i "i mi i "h iiiimiu i ueninuun i "i"'i''! iiu ffi
and Mrs. M W. Lee and son I
tertained Phillips: : '
at a dinner bridge/; party.Red Jacksonville Contract awarded j WHITE BACON Lk 16Yc
i were visiting Mr. and !Mrs. J. J. -
4' radiance roses In bowls and l BIUU(": P.XKTY I10VOIUNO for construction of proposed i '
I ItRllI':-EL11'; : Zelgler Sunday morning. Iwo comfort stations and tool | '
M "x vases were pleasantly We to that !Mr.
( are glad report

k' 4t about the home, where the guests One of the prettiest parties of A. L. Sullivan Is Improving nicely and house Riverside buildings parks.for Confederate t. I j POTATOES 10 Pounds 38c ,
pleasant evening.
spent a
i iICE
s> After a five course dinner wasenjoyed thin season was given this week and Is 'expected home from the DeLand Oaks Hotel rederorInted I :

several hours were spent by Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, Mrs. Tel- hospital soon. and repainted. I I
I" fair and Mrs. D. S. Mr. G. M. Bennett spent a while
Long Carroll
+ Contract awarded
Frostproof -
In bridge. At the closeof SUGAR J Ibs. 2tic
playing '-
his ,
+ with daughter, Mrs. Ruby 5 lb ------- -
Club of Starke s. 25c
the games Mr. II. C. Wall and at theVomRn's for construction of $25,000 precoollng ,
Miss, Florence Andrews Caines In Gainesville last Sunday.Mr.
awarded honoring plant for L Maxcy, Inc. .1
Mrs L. D VIning were
bride-elect and her sister, Mrs.J. and Mrs H. K Moorer anddaughter. Maxwell House Cof'e.PET
17 be-
for Paving of Highway; No. I
prizes holding h'gh scores.
it Lynell of Putnam Hall,
The gUests were: Judge and R. bride.DarIng, of Gainesville, a recent spent the week-end with Mr. and tween Tampa and Plant City tinder MILK, 3for 2.5c _

i Mrs. A. Z.: Adkins, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. C. A. way. I Jib. Me 3 Ibs. l.JiJ
C. A. The color motif of pink was effected Youngblood.An Apalachlcola Dixie Theatre __ $ :: 11
II. C. Wall. Mr. and Mrs. .
interesting of baseballwas
j Knight/; Mr. and Mrs L. D. Vining, by the use of cut flowers enjoyed I here game Saturday after- I Installed sound equipment I Compound Lard 2 lbs. 25c
I' u
artistically arranged for this oc- Lakeland New Florida National CREAM CHEESE lb. 32c
; and Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Robinson noon, when, the Theressa town I _
casldn and In the Ice which with
of Jacksonville. course Bank for business morn I

l ___ ____ was served after the games. The I team and Brooker town team put than $500,000 In deposits for first!
n forth some energy, In good playing. I PORK & BEANS 3 for tae
e' TWK.NTIKTH: C'I'STl'UI.l'n: favors were sprays of orange blos- Peaches, No. 2 czt 22c "
The score at the end of the seventh day.Lake ,
-- wm | Wales Construction under -
t The Twentieth: Century Club Receiving the guests were the inning was 14-10; In favor of the way on fire-resistant hospital Soda 'or

,1' u met with Mr. and Mrs. J, W. An- hostesses and honorees, who were and Brooker exciting.team. It was a close game building by Lake Wales -hospital Sunshine Crackers Sweet 5 for 1 19c

drews, Jr.. last Friday" evening. then presented tallies of bridal association at coat of $52,200. 'f
Remember the
game will be on
Yellow cosmos and golden rod design by Miss Lois Long. :

; vv were used to brighten the rooms In the renter of the room around Brooker diamond next Saturday tiI IlIDIlmtJtJCImJClmI1tD<""
r4c Post Bran Flakes
afternoon. 2 for
and tallies were of Hallowe'en design which twelve tables were spread Mrs Josephine Sullivan of COFFINS & CASKETSfi j i 23c : I r

: for play was an Improvised altar

R .. with its mlifature wedding party, Hampton l'eturned'rE'cently from and a Full LIne of Ii
V4 Dr. E. Ii Tl\ggi\ made high score I LARGE
Miami where she PEANUTS.
while Mr. S. L. Peek and Mrs. O.M Four progressions, of bridge has been visiting Right to Roast, Ib. J2c

glt Xn I D mi.n received consolations were played, and at the conclusion ] friends and relatives here this Undertakers' Supplied

ji St', for making low. prizes were awarded the holders]. week
Rev. S II. Dodd delivered LINE FRESH
id;. At the closo of the evening a of high, second and low scores. 1 a very VEGETABLES

?; ? shrimp !salad course was served to The honorees were given dainty Interesting sermon to a large aud- Alwtr* *n h...... Tk. k.l nrrtrxt >1 '
I ience Sunday night at the ChristIan !- th. lowMt prt_ BlMcial. attention 0
//u tho members' of the club. mementos: of the occasion te t.lcr.i>h .rd.r..
;, jc Miss Leila Dea Andrews Miss church.Mr. REGISTERED EMBALMER

IIIUTlinYP.RTV Clara. Louise Peek Miss Klolaei I and Mrs. \V. M. Phillips of \
Miami, spent the week-end! with DEWITT C. JONES
Hitch, Miss Lena Belle Shepardand I ()
Miss Ida .
IIrs.V.. R. Stearns assisted by Miss Hazel! Adkins assisted pagan STARKE FLA.
I Mr. and 11I1'8.V.. M. Ph.lllpa: and
Mrs R, J. Davis and Mrs George the? hostess in looking after the STORES ALL OVER FLORIDA"
Miss Ida Hagan
; were visiting !Mr ,
;; Lowry, entertained for her little pleasure! of their guests, who were

daughter/ Louise, Monday after- as (follows, ; -- 9a. A1aaWWfif k a (11.

f, noon. The dining room, where Mrs J. K. Corpening refreshments were served was CI't'IIrH.! n. J. PflVK Mrs. C. t ----- .-- 0 -- -- --

decorated with pink radiance rOBes A. Futch, Mrs. J, L. Frame Mrs. -

and asters,, The J. L Peek Mrs. S. L. Peek, !Mrs. ''' ... 1. I 11 '
object of most Interest 'VTi
H. j t> .4 L'i. ::.::'S (.. V.. UCKSllTSLAWT.;; Majestic Radio'

for the little guests was a W. n. Park Mrs. H. C. Hitch, !Mrs _. Crosley Radio :I II
I J, C. Robinson Mrs. J, II. Hitch, : I II I
large pink and white birthday: : y 9'he
Net th..t'i
: t lie "
.i. < 'ml.l on Klw '
cake on which burned five tiny Jr., Mrs. J..1. Saul Mrs O. M. 'I', .s \ (1111'"' TlirroVltli a Oo.sley I

candles. Jay colored puper caps Slstrunk, Mrs Junlus"Smith[ Mrs I''

were given as favors L. P. Vlnln. Mrs. N. P. iValq-t' f fJ)

,y,, Games and contests were enjoyed wright, Mrs A. Z. Adkins, Mrl.l! I I II 1

h ; lliioiiKJiout the afternoon by the 1'1'. J. Alderman, Mrs.' J. W. Andrews Friday .
i One Reason for Saturday Monday
i following /guestsIda; : I.ula and I i Jr., Mrs O. L. Heasley Mrs. I : : rBigger ,

". >a. H. L. Rives Mrs 0. L. .
..:. '
MarWlo; Dav'n.: Jarqunlln' nnn -- i : PHILADELPHIA I''

Buddlo! Andrews, l EtlOd\ ) llflym! Hayne, Mrs. J. 0. Hoover.! ) Mrs. ; ProfitsFacts 9

Register Jr., Caroline II. V. Knight;: Mrs. P. K.: Cunova ..
s "t Freeman .
Jr., Mrs ,V. M. Walnwrlgnt.', Mrs
Green, Freddln Wlmberley, Comer of Wednesday Thursday
i '' Perryman, Ruth Wyman, Margaret O. M. Inman Mrs. L. \\"liar', Mrs.V. '\ certified by literally I ,

\ A. Kennedy, Miss l.uclle Mitchell growers prart that Bradley's Fertilizers
; ;j a Lowry, Virginia Anderson Leonard : CHICAGOBASEBALL ,
_i Miss I Eunice Porkim> Miss Harriett "AA bigger profit for
Smith, Jr., Olin White Jr. .:\ ( QUALITY") pay a .

and Dorothy and Carol White. Bitch, .Miss Blanche Alderman every dollar you invest in fertilizer. One

,. Miss Mndfte Middleton, Miss ''
mechanical condition
11,1111 rctson is the superb ;
Middleton.) Mss: Mary Can-
MILS. illlWIX KXTii-:: : hazel

T.UXS! W.1.: H. ova, :Miss .Ethel Crlllln. Miss\ Hazel ; of UraJlcy's. This is due to the scientific MATINEE

t s Klckllter; Mrs J. R. Boring Jr., l\ cccut'ACy and painstaking care used in their! .()

i Mrs. .T J. GrIffin! entertained the Mrs..L). C. Jones. Miss Zllla Uodle .' manufacture. Try Bradley's this season! ana Invitaticn is extended to all to attend World Series Baseball I

+ + members of the Woman's Missionary and Miss Katherine Mlxon of see:: the tli:i ieren.2, : .

Society of the Methodist; Gainesville; Mrs. J. T. Moore Mrs At Our Store '

_ r. i,, church at her home on North \\'. H. Brown, Jr.. and Mrs W E.

N( Walnut street, and a delightful afternoon Torode of Lawtey; tea guests 'BRADLEY'SFERTILIZERS \

was spent by those In at- were: Mrs. J. M. Mitchell\ Miss DeWITT C. h'
tendance. Isabel Fernandez, Mrs. L. A. Davis, JONES'

R The rooms of the lower floor Mrs F. II. Long and Mrs L. H. "'7
Best of Quality Lowest
of Prices
were thrown ensuite and tastefully Hill of Lawtey :
decorated with graceful autlg- WE DELIVER-PHONE I

non and pink radiance roses. ANNUAL MEETING: AV. M. t\ : ("AA QUALITY") i 1

,l Mrs W n. Parks, leader 'of RADIO REPAIRS I

,aft, circle number two, conducted a The W. M, U. anual meeting Look for the QUALITY" seal on the back of very AND PARTS I

short business meeting, which was of the New River Association met big: of fertilizer you buy. It is your guarantee; of quality ,\
followed by the study for the at- with the Corinth churcb Saturday -


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Bits' of tf.'" ;I Do not trouble FAT In HERE prepare lunch- M .. C S T 0 R E Remember DRINK, our drinks HERE are soft, but i ; '

LQCIaI" %' tev()Q : We'll do that. The treat is on us! there will be sufficient f merrim to ;', ."':

","'" I COME;\ ONE COME ALL assure! you of a real good time. ', ,')

Concerning Our People Business and !t Maxwell House Coffee ':,:

Progress of the County and Town. I put UEVl' IT'S OUR TREAT, HEY YOU COMB ON Loot!.


__'-J_=...=.. O;';=>...=.....=.....C"IC"IC"IOC"lOC"lO-............_ ---.....:.::...O-.:.::.>..=.. sasasvaa-S. ."*"i'r..=..-=-_1:11_':n" .I Ittr TKKTIIGRAPE; : MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE SERVED WITH :MERITA CAKE) Wj LL to the t ','I
-== "
,IIHI, !Mr''. J. K. Colley and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Cox of I BUT t' ,
IU Sunday 'In Ot'allt- Ilalford were visitors In Starke E s3 i" ri'w
,jail'"I -p''-' last Friday. i NUTS FREE AND SEE FOR YOURSELF! If you :Miss it, FREE COFF I ,
1, D
1(11"11"(I arriving dally at' ., You W|ill|| |Regret u So wH| We rop. ",:,; '} i
", \\ ( -' 2 pkgs. .JC t .J1
UIUP" 8lore. Mrs. H. C. Wall returned homo I You are cordially invited to attend your party at our expense Per found 15c I : ,l
Wednesday after a visit In Tampa ,0

Sir (lId !\Irs. M. D. nuniBarner with relatives. I Pure Cane Irish WIIINO.t is MII: :uFD; { ;' :' j
roe' ,II! weekend, In Palatka: K'S \\. F r"

1b (.-I K !Mizell spent week-end spent Senator the week-end and Mrs.\ In E.l Tampa: M. Johns with SAKERI Sugar 10 pounds 57 Potatoes 10 ibs. 40c I" / .'.
tSndllno., ., Ga. friends. I WIIK.XKVHHrOt'OANt'T w ,

Vtt' --:;'<-;,;;at Stump's Store. 111'V'. W. nalsden of ol" ( cm pound Salt { '-' 1"'.-I'Ol':Nl>>>

ville, was visiting In Jac'kson-I is MIIIS: ; : C AN.TOI .
"D"K 1 ; Knight spent Tuesday '. S
I"" nesda ,
I' I-un[ .," illo.SII ) 2 cans 29c Laid, Pound - 12c Bacon, Pound 16c B.\\'' \

,ITVells of Jacksonville,, Cabbage plants, early varieties. 20ci
I, UII< J. P. KIckllter. 9-27-tf
,, friends here Monday.
I? "niiin: ] Street Southern i on iiKAi/rii: AND>> IMK: : (;\' f
-- dS
Mrs.\ G. W. BaIsden of Jackson-
I', I n !Knight: ; was a business villa Is I spend.ng this week! with I IIMINUTE
,, in, Lake Butler Monday. Potatoes 5 Ibs. 15c Nut-Product 40c
-- MlHses Addle and Hosa Ihiisdcn.._ I I .. TAPIOCA pound, \I "" i JA"

\, u, Ilk dresses at Stump'sI
Florence Andrews
I OM Miss:\ Mary Canova spent \V.'dnl'lI'I' I -"::.. Full Cream Medium I'Iw.! j wli I-! .' ', ,
2 pkgs. 2.>cLog ,//1 ',
day in Jacksonville.Mi .
M: .mil, Jacksonville Mrs. J.V.. Andrews Sunday ""' CHEESE Pound 29c VOIl25c : '
u "II[ !\ -. A. L. Green of Ilrooker. ''' GRITS, 6 pounds 23c A-- .

-- S.fi' was a visitor to the Telegraph office ,
:;; 1
Hi'" I nil I lulut .itii'i-noon. In Jacksonville. Cabin Water{ Ground
Golden Age {When{ Chocolate: : '
-- \
Mr. Owen Griflln, Mrs\ O. J. is MIIHD: ; >> : ,. 1 ,. .
,"-, Mildred! Gill was a visitor Crlffln and !Miss May\ M\ Patchctt SYRUP ;',
Spaghetti 1-2 Lb. Bar 22c
L!,: I i. inivllle Sunday.H MEAL 6 Pounds 23cKilter's 2 15cWaldrof
spent Saturday in Jacksonville. I THATinrn. MAPI": TIII: Macaro"i Pkgs.. ...k..'. IliihiiiK CIi,...ilntlinker's .>> S .4

natal line of new sweaters
, { We have following fresh.seeds: \VAKKI.K: IHSKAFASTFA.MOl'S; .
'''lillI'''-. Store.. turnip rutabagas, mustard, ( : 1{ Toilet r ;- '

---- bage beets, lettuce, radish 'ab-I J,
'arter( of Lawtey, was a
haulm, visitor to Starke Satur- rots, onions, collards, also:! Pork and Beans lOc ?
si i" can 4 rolls 24c
) sets J. F. KIckllter. tf i iIh' I Paper, .. i '

\ and Mrs. F. A. Canova of grric' Cocoanut
H o Rivers of Lawtey, was at- Ocala spent Sunday here with Mrs.\ I IOa Fancy Sliced 'Wilsco' ,/ to 7 Ibs. t ',p
tiling to business : : I ,
I 13. K.: Canova. \vniitttviii: ; p

irk' > Saturday. RacouPound35c d : -: ( '()tl.NtT( is ,::1 ,

!Mrs\ C. A. Knight!: and !Mrs.\ Geo. HaniPound------26c ;' :MIIMI: : '
Mr (I' J K Mizell spent Monday !i
C. White spent Tuesday In Jack : ,
(II I ,I'M -day in Jacksonville on sonville. w. 1r ;: :Ui,i/: I'kK-, '' tar II II29c 1
t% Table Size Old Dutch :S-MINUTE of ) ::
..,)C .,
Mr. and !Mrs. H. T. Oateen of I

'I 'n Huynes; and daughter; lirooker wero visiting here Mon\ "', Cteasiser 1 3 f for .
d'fI'I', df.. Hampton, were visl- 24c Grits Package I 9cShotwell's H-u/ I-KIC. '
Saturday. day. I, A Famous Orankc Pekoe - 2'Jc "1 1 : ;

---- a h :
:Mrs.\ S. Church visitor here '
was a : ',
'" 'UK 11! :Mrs Illram Hell relurn'tlneMlay Fancy SlicedPineapple hi\ .
from Keystone: Heights; Wednesday
II ,' after a few days I CALUMET s: "'
a.I.: II th t relatives' in Cross City. "(mod 1,0 .- -' :,;!
-- TrTTlW-! lei No. 2 26c isimi ort .
; r Marshmallows lb. 25c IE
!Mr.\ and :Mrs.\ C. v. Knight/ of j i; the :
M and !Mrs.\ Claude Brown and ? ): I. !
I Jacksonville were visiting friends .. "IH.K \< "i INC;
n" "f. "Sampson, were visitors here lillSI, 1,. ,.
hero Sunday. j I I M RiceKrispies,2pkgs.25c Il.lrlNU OJi
tlllI'-Y Little limterPopCorn
: I .....- I I '
Delicious cakes made( to order 1'0\\111'1; ; I BfI] t )
Mr Fred Maurer of Juckson- social KatH- -1 OC hsPt t
Will also cater affairs. I'I pkg. "" f
a nh a business visitor here ::1"
ILcall :JOc1'
reasonable.! 1'8. H. A. Weeks. I 1 c size -_ 12c ,
fill" sdiiy.Mr *
Phone 40.

:\ and Mrs. G. T. Parrish left I I 23c size 23c Tokay Large Fancy Swans Down Cake Flour,
Mrs. C. L. Atkinson and daugh-1'
.mhiror'' Aubtirndale where they ter Joyce, of Brooker, are visiting; I'I, CrapesPoun----1Uc n..ltt'r
II "i''main' through the winter. her parents, Mr.\ and Mrs.\ W. 1\1. Lemons Dozen 39c. ; C-: ';i

Ifodges.{ I f Post Toasties TIt"n nv ,... t
\1 and !Mrs. M. McKinney and 71'' W
I -' Green x.1,1! 1l.?] I
mShte'-. Margaret( visited friends -= Johnalhan 'the
Mr. J. Frank Carpenter. !Mrs ft.

Broiiker Saturday. sell Lucy spent Powell last and Friday!Mrs. In Avla Jackson-:Man-\ I r- -the Cabbage pound r r r 5c Apples Dozen 39clieu :
I li I'nir' piano needs tuning write vllle. ::: ;; ;

lirk-nnvlUe thin .lones' at lie 410'\V.knows how.20th St.H.I ., ,, I Y, I CU ri walte-ttp 2 ".. I i ii;

Mr. and Mrs.\ \Mallory\ Thomas j I F.-. !!t 9 Green Silver SkinOnions >.1. zrt i'' 7 I.
Mrs\ W. M. ]Hodges 11.
and \Mr.\ and fi d .
1 I I n E; Knight and Col.! J. J .,: '
II :: <
spent Monday In Gainesville on ,.. : : ,. i ii
Beans 13c :1
2 2
1'iiwe' were professional vlsli business. pounds 25c pounds :1. :

i n Gainesville recently. .-- -, I i 3 J ackagcs 25c I A,

Mr.\ Clifford( and William Pitt- ''
[ Hdllor,U'(' '' rafe and oat seed.927tf.J. F. man Misses\ Klva and Rosa Hodges; | Look's:::.: Look! Hot or ICl'tl-U.s AltcaifH Nice t ,

motored to Hampton Sunday:; after "' I "With{ Each Purchase ,"n'' t I +
r'i" ;, ( IIII.IMIOKI:: '-' TU 1rnonl.errn; A (jooi nor :
noon. ,
:1 J f1J1f-/; .K t All =a- t ti '
I / DRINrt i r1FL" : : KIM!I',1); : KIT 1 1t
ENTA WORD% Miss! : Kiva 1 Hodges; has 1'l'lul'llI'd : ....W, : cf 1 Pt. 11 e II Inall 8 I,
I .. ,
with her For -
after a few days visit 1'kgs, I, : ; b y -- "
sister, Mrs.\ C. 1.. Atkinson of J i .if'J( !) ec:::: ... 2Goz... Cereal, 22c .. }
COLUMN I \ ;:: : .J9c /t'bb Oil:1: ;:" .
Brooker.Mrs. J J'J L-U +
4_ I.\J.: ,\ ; ;:. r : c..fr.;;;; : '
j I *
01 -ilrBull dog pupn.'B1 A. Z. \. 11 I t Jr.ISTANT l-oz./lls1allI2.1cii; cTOSTUM "
O. L. Beasley, Mrs. (/J "
w 'fks old ; cheap. II. C. '' amt I I'''; Mayonnaise a I ;
Adktns. Mrs\ E. L. Blgga and Mrs. If1 1'1' : ; ;{ J
WittnwrlKht; I.a-Wtey. 10-4-21" I .,
1. C. Robinson motored to Ja'k-I( 6 I 90c 1 s: }ar -'':s (Ut'Ol' :3IAY MAKK: IT j: '-- ."
Ii I

OP .vhE Ford one-ton, truck I sonville: Friday and spent_ the ; ,I /, -: : \ value lJI lporledliluC Orange Wood{ 1. ail i _._. ::..__ I IT'S 1.\1\IoI'olt\ : YOr .....)?. ,.r.. .. ''I I, :
""lipped with cab and steel rllordds --r --:;.;::'..,;:.: : -- .
.- Salad Set FREE -- --
: .
''",,I, (c A. Futch. 10-11-21 Mr. and Mrs\ J. K. Colley. Kate; ;- I

I Fugate I and Vera Claire Robinson., I
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(1/( ': i II< KN'T: Furnished apart- were guests of relatives In Ocala ;i ;2i': : 'Jl! t .J&.t i'; U: : 1L-=:. &; 1ir :?;il: ;..f: 1"' 1'X' '. N j' .
1 with private bath. .K. A. Sunday. /
'' Starke Fla. I .If '
--- ,
I Mr. and Mrs.\ W. P. Robinson of I .F. F. Stump Is In New York City !Mrs. P. B. Massey returned I MtissrH. C. C Clements, Veruou MILS. ,\1,11 i; IIKUKI"' -: I r \viu, c'r.osN: I FOlt TOIIAVS {-I ,

"l: ; vi.K) Mlasjonary\ straw- Jacksonvillewere guests of Mr. \ fall I Wednesday from Virginia, where (Cleitn'iii: ,; arid A. t.. Cleveland of I O.Un: l. ,
line or
'' "11' plants from new ground. and Mrs. J. C, Robinson WedneJ-1 this week baying! a new she and( her !lulu son, Tom have Fort Mends delegates to Hip I NatIonal Mrs.! Alice Curd M. lltiwkn died I if' '
'( I"I I, latter part of August. C. day. and winter goods for his store. been visiting for the past three hurt !\Inndly. Ort.( 7, after a brief The business lioust'H of KUirke:; "' ;,''

'I."' h Starke. 8-16-tf. I lie will return the latter part of months Exchange Club convention 'llness. Originally from New York, have agreed/: tl) close their places \ t
Miss "' ,,-e.tndrews Mrs.J. stopped over In Starke for a short
of business! for Friday: afternoon'stuothail .
,, the week. Mrs\ lIewke him been living here
flH \i.B single-barrel shot- R. Boring, Jr., of Gainesville. Mr.\ and Mrs. C. A. Futch and while Wednesday on their return. and In other towns In Florida for game between Starke and 1 r' :

C':,,' ,f exchange for.22 or 25i > wire shopping In Jacksonville Dr. Edwin: Southers returned sons \Merrill and \Mack\ Mr.\ and !Mr. Cleveland Is-editor of the Fort : several years The body was re- Cedar l Key high schools' the per-' .' ",y I,
i >.fllI or large hens F. J. Pat- Friday.. Sunday from a business trip to :Mrs. G. 1\1. Slstrunk and Mr. Joe Meade Leader. mcvpd Winter Park \\'t.dnt'lIdnvwhel'e toil. bang from I to f 5:30.: ;) > Conxidmttblo 1'\;'

tituke.; It. UetroltIlth'gan! and filled hisappointment Slstrunk spent Sunday afternoonIn It was burled In the cemetery interest Is. being shown thin t.J:; I
:III\ ,. and Mrs.\ R. C. Buford and at the meeting of thenuslnE'sl Jacksonville.Mr. Miss Pearl Jordan arrived here at that city.KI'I'OItT your In school athletics"" ant, matters <;!'
(t'' I Gloria, Mrs Alice Jones this week" to take over the duties
Black and white female daughter; !Men's Club Monday noon. .. pertaining to (the school and Ii. I
I year old. Reward for and Miss Rosa Balsden were In I C. II. Coulter arrived here of home demonstration agent for I, the business men Intend to show Ilff
'"atlon W. b\(. Jac ksonvllla Sunday.Mr. Bradford and Union counties She : TO KTOI' itH
or return. :Mr.\ and Mrs. O. A. Mitchell\! left Monday to temporarily fill the position th'elr bucking for the hom team "r ,
,right/: It. -- Jacksonville Wednesday\ where left vacant In the Florida wan accompanied here by Mary .K. UAMUiriT MCK.VSI.Vi: : by closing their stores' and l attending ; ''-
Strnberg, Mr. I). I'. for Keown district who "
N. was
hospitalfor Forest Sferv'ce' Station here by Mr.\ the game. "'
will enter a
I-E About 3000 feet Carpenter and Mr. K. K. Ferryman Mm. }H.i M. Scbrlng. Instrumental In having the olllce/\ Attorney general Fred J.'. Davis +__- '':Lr

,''d rough; lumber. Corona were In Keystone Heights; Wednesday treatment.- I here established.: tins been advised that u suit has IJl'YM; 1'JOI'IH'I'IIEItI': : : : a'iT 'I,_

ilc 1 typewriter, like new. afternoon. -A. Z. Adkina and States Mrs.\ E.: S. Matthews and Miss ----- been instituted In this Polk county :flhh _!.,
mule, electric washing Judge In \Macclennythis Florence Matthews spent' the Among those attending the (Flor- circuit court attacking the validityof :.. A. Wcldou, ...> ..uy mall clerk. j' '
Knight are
9', lie v. j. pattee lit A. It Miss\ Virginia: Weeks Is to arrive Attorney engaged with the fall week-end In Jacksonville with \Mrs.A. \ l
today Friday, for a short visit week of" circuit ;court for Baker M. Richard and \Mrs.\ 1) n. Kd-(: pa Saturday were: Messrs. Frank ( law which: was passed by 'own on the highway, the deal. l>.,- 0: '':;
di(J-: '' White dog with large with her parents. Mr. and Mrs.\ R. term wards. Carpenter, J. J. Truby, Billy Graham the last legislature I Irlg muda through; F. C. Hulllri' !i- 4'I II

h "' k spots on back: and shoul- A. Weeks.Mr. County., .. ..-- Ben Sternberg, Mr. and Mrs. Tho suit was brought!: by George worth. and be will take possession i'
4l--' hrown head, R. J. Davis and H. C. Wall Mr. and Mrs. K. M.! II. Turner who has entered the 15th of this month. ThIs' property ,. ,
and white and !Mrs. W. it\ !. Hodges and !Mr. and Mrs. aU11.1
P"1\ .m right ear, named Spot. and IIrs.V.. F. Barefoot Mr. Classic, \Mrs U Clemens little daughters Ida Lula and Mar- Johns and Dr. W. C. Young, Jr. at Burtow to test the validity I Is known as the old Heaves '
-uttablo! and daughters of Sanderson spent daughter week-end In St. the law Imposing' a $160 license place. Mr. Weldon Is the coml : i
: reward for capture orWhfl'labouts L. Thomas were guestsof Jorle spent the
of same. II. M. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. P. It\!. and 11. Mrs. J. W. Lewis of Augustine with Mr. add Mrs.\ C. C. Mr. (r. A. Young forest aslsstant upon l dealers In bankrupt and oth- I railway mall clerk to leave the j
\\aslIllI Graham. 9-27-41 Barefoot. \Mr. and Tatum. of Tallahassee" arrived here Wednesday er stocks of this nature. Jacksonville territory and buy a 1
- Brooker Sunday. where he will be located I Turner refused to pay the II- home here, his tun: being between '

"0 TALE- Three burner oil NOTICE-Dr. F. n. Stephens of Wood arrived Mn. G. M.-Mr., J. J. while working In Bradford coun- censo) fee and was arrested by the Jacksonville and Tampa, and finds t ,'

Stove $3.00 ; gasoline engine Waldo having fully recovered from \Mlsn Florence Greencastle, Truby, \Mr. D. A. Montleth, Col. J. ty. Mr. Young Is travelling from K he rift.'. He then applied to the It just as convenient to reside In ;
13.00 recent Illness will again resume here Saturday from L. Alvarez county to county listing landowners circuit court for a writ of habeus Starke as In Jacksonville\ Two I! ;.
his and Mr.
; saddle, $5.00; hOrse the winter at L. Frazee '
1 of dentistry In Waldo Ind., and will spend so that the Forest Service may co'rpull. Turner has purchased other mall clerks are making their
I'llper. the practice accompanyingthe
$5.00 Iron cot bed with W. among those
; Mrs. were
hisrormer the home of her aunt of good In a bankruptcy court and plans to take their resfdent.ohere I
mattress' $3.60) vacuum sweper and will be pleased to serve Carl- B. II. S. foptball team to Lake: aid them In matters fire-pre- J
5.00 ; patients after October the Carlton. and cousin, Fred vention and reforestation. then offered them for sale. In the near future. 1 ,,
Call at noon or evening. ton. City last Friday. o f J
*' E. Dunham. It* 5th. 10-4-21

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t niiADi-xmi) COUNTY TI.l.lmn.u'u.: HTARKK:, rumin.t FlUn\\-. Of'TOH> ? II
1MO13 MX __ __ 1112

I 'kI'd, ( cliff.'Ipn"I.l. >I Ir'i '. ? wicks'" i visit with rclnthoH Air and :Mis u( i ,
"" Many Bees Lost IKovi '. I I 111"1; till: nw n. K\ In,. und ilJullIl, ., ]
IJ"\\\"I'\I I I Ini i loth pi.nit i .d. ut'trr! ( n u + I I.''I,

94 rii ::: How to .'i' crop and where no cover i The men of Keystone 'far I visitII.K( Mr and Mi I

Farmers & Farming Each Winter Due rop van iihnd. After I the harvest are) busy mill;'! ng preparation)) lips Saturday ninlii]

I RaisePoultry the difference was equally! as well lin annual tot' hunt to be held at The ones who \\'. ,]u,,1

S To Lack Of Food .marked by I the yield of the two Koystone from Oct.. 14th to Ort fry at Bedford l.i.i I,. > .,

Agricultural IMItor) I : plots On the area where no cover 1111!) b. A larger; attendance thanusual
( / Mr. und '
.. this were: Mis
crop was used the yield per acrewan In expected year.
By Dr. L. D. LeOear, V. S. Many bepkei-pi'i-s" make the mis twenty bushels, and on thearea. Mr. and Mrs. J. II Lawrence und family ltV ,nn i ,
St. Louis, Mo nke of taking lout many bees each the north. for Phil I: and l.miiu I'
and vetch were who have been In ps ,, :
where .
''r Arc Invited to Contribute Articles peas ,,
t'// Farmers and Truckers LcGe.tr irnduat of the Ontario winter, U K Foster, apiary '
> Dr.; Cofleu : says IISl'llus a cover crop! the yield per t lie past three months are expected J. S. Norman and 4 i t,1"; of Farm Experiences and Methods FoundTo Veterinary*r.of veterinary*prietlcon 15V2* ThlrryvlxT dii....c. ''nspoctur for the state Plant acre, was thf.ty-two bushels. No i home this week Mrs Leamon :Noimu, ."

'iC''I'' l Be Best Suited to Our Country j'j'I I .of.thorn live stock on poultry and poultry and stock Eminent r.iilnwNattlorully Board. time to look at "omnlel.1I1 fertilizer was used on. Jesse! L. Lotion of Leosburg Mrs.\ Ocar Curti-i( ..u",
) October Is
r ',f"v' I .known poultry breeder: either of corn and according president of Fox Hunters' Assocla- Norman Thelnm I l.i:] ,
'." ., ___-- ____ Noted author and I lecturer tile bees and BOO that every colony: : crop Mortis Carter |
j to tile above results the plot t tion. was In Keystone Heights \11|
--- -- Foster
..c linn plenty of honey. Mr. nice time.
where the cover crop was used Moil ay.V. .
t!' DEMONSTRATION AGENT "fl Article. \\\V reports( that every spring while going showed an increase of production ''. P. Steele, E. E. L'scomb and !Mrs. W. H, Not: 1 I I
; HOME oril l..fJSTIu : ; over the slate he finds that
t I HOS"I'SHEII" liundreds of colonies of bees have of inure than fifty percent over the .1.. A. Rlvuric are registered the 'drew and Myrtle ami'

1' where cover was used. 11111. Norman were trap .I""'
no crop
>,' IM l.rtlcr( nod. ail IJiisloViiv : << 1' died during the winter. He at- plot '
n ,
1 in Hampton Hal 111.,1.11 ,

;r f! _. TAKES UP DUTIES IN COUNTY 11I1'I..I't.\ to. lln n .lean KKKS: 1'01' tributes shortage most of food.of this loss to a where In addition the cover to the crop Increase was metl In yield the 1111 ..11/1G.41CO1110106 Mr. und IIJ 1'14. w, II

soil was left In better ntechancnlaliape ** family were \1-11'/1/
k ____n_.___.._ _____ IJecauso the winter; months are lJootsc"8 Ucach i Mrs. J. S. Norman/ ,"
and In higher stage of fertility :
+ ; Mtee\ Pearl Jordan;' : .;; .\,1.1.., ;; lu i il I Old Mother Jones was a character not severe in 1 Florida Is not sum The county a agent would be Tile ones that \\1'' ,
and felon, Home Mixed Feeds dent to expect the beesto .110111 110.1J14N1011vMfrs .
Jill>' in ICriHltiml of the type once common reason ,glad to assist any farmers who the basketball\ KHIIK.

t ('ountlcXii I II enough, but now almost extinct work every day. When they lire< would like to put In cover crops for U. N. Crawford and son. school WednesdiiN( ,nWoodlawn .
Will Save Money forced to do this and two or three(
I Kffiu'tive October first, home a genuine; "befo' the wah" reac die. the coming w 'liter. Robert and TVIrs. Mary Ueddish at- !school w. i
Ip ) old days come along ninny ,
t to whom all new tangleddens ; ( i last ors, Mr diaries I ,
established onury' -1- lojidod, church nt Union S.Uurdav -
deinoiiHt ml inn work wan
For The DairymanOctober :, were works of the devil dedgned Fifteen to twenty [pounds of hooey( ; Martha Groover, pain, I
In UnuUortl, and Union counties solely to corrupt God's should be left in each hive at all A..1......Oi.i'yV..i1.*>* Dixon, ihclma Thoin ,.
:' and with this step these two c'oun- --- ; Foster. MlHKi-s! Alene and Lorene Hosier
other Is a good month for ihildren on earth She eked out i II times says and Miss Martha Groover of Wood- and Mamie Lou ;.Nmn; ,
of forty
lies join the ranks In cast's where there is a shortage : Keystone Heights JMN
') Florida counties who are conduct- Florida da'rymon) to save moneyon slender. existence with nil sorts of of honey Mr. Foster recommends e llrlrn Ogden: Cor. + lawn l were the. guests of Miss Wll- Browning, Othma. 'I'i I i "

k tog homo lU'inonstration work.for home-mixed, dairy feeds, says odd Jobs but derived her principal lie Mae Reddish last Sunday of- Howard: Norman ami I.
4 the! women and girls ot their rotintle llamlln L. llrown extension da Iry- ;income from a flock of nondeHcrlp, a'm.xture: sugar The: best and water way- +.......0...N........... tcMiioon.Mr.' rene Hosier.Miss .
in eiiual parts
to an. fowls that ertanly! dId lay eggs take Mrs. Fred (fnrr and daughter and Mrs. N. M llradley and Ruby Myvtli' \ ",
feed this is to an emptyIUlel'
t ; Miss Pearl Jordan is county Cottonseed< meal Is selling nt t the whatever else might be sold( of to without frames, and, place, :Mrs' Klwell Hoblnson were I la ch'Ulren' Mrs\ J. L. Gasklns andMrs. IPO and Beatrice I)i,,.n,i,

homo demonstrat'on agent\ for mills now for $.16 a ton. There them. \ of hive after removing tincover. Gaillosvlll'Io'd( neaclay L, M. Marrhee werelsltors Ing their friends! 111'111 1 ']

these two counties! devodnghalt ,li no cheaper protein or milk pro- So long as the old, order persisted on top. Mr. and Mrs. II. U. Weld droveto to Jacksonville lust Saturday.Mr. Lou Norman Sunday ,u

F( k her time to oath county. Tlia home dnc'ng feed available for Florida in Norlhvllle she got along ---' Jacksonville Saturday. and Mrs M.! Uhoden of Wateioak '
; lalrymen than cotton peed meal\ Camousl Then the antliuatet\ CLEIt.ft IIPPOII I IHiport
( Mr. and
be the of
demonstration once will opened Mr. and Mrs J, 1 E. Larson and were guests
1 ( One pound of protein In :3(1 J(I per general store gave way to a thiny ".Ul.'F. r.\i.M' 1'IUGIt.1M' nflernunn.
}+ in each) court( house and the work 1f r. and Mrs. II. H. Weld were the Mrs. L. M.! Afurrl tee Sunday of the "I'll.i 11\
cent cottonseed meal costs 4 1-2 spin and span chain store, the old
for each county will be organized Lawrence i fonri In and for n..Iff I
of Mrs. Hay -
s r't s e p a valet Y. Miss Jordan has been cents, while a pound of protein Inmost barter !and trade system became i a Following! is list of farm talks Thursday guests evening" Mrs. N. M\ Bradley and children Florida ril for. ,thn on year account 1'iji' ofT ?

: a home demonstration agent\ In dairy feeds costs 10 to 15 thing of tlio past, and a "l'l'ellmery" to bo broadcast! from station Tile first meeting of the Craft and MPH. J. L. Gasklns: and (I'. A, I K'n//lJe'i( '111. ,
cents of the new era became her \VHtTF' for the week beginning: Oc- Ktniki'. Kin '"
Florida" for five years and has clone Club held Wednesday after- ( Illldl'en were vislloru to Mncclenuy i 1'itiiiity Ir"
8lcndtl work In Nassau county Corn gathering! season Is a good; outlet. for the chief product of her: tober 12. The farm program Is was the homo of the Misses last Sunday. ', Tn lull due St-pt I.I 1 1Hv I'''. iM'r"
Jordan time to buy carbohydrate feed< at little! establishment. given from 1 to 1 : 30 p. m. 1 Eastern noon at Flint Fallen
A native of Georgia Miss !Mr. and Mrs H. N. Crawfordand
t +i Ariifeta and Helen Ogden./: ArneetaOgclen To hat due Sept :90. I I''
reasonable prices.\ There Imagine if (can her ,dismay; Standard time. WUUF broadcast!
very you
'sir''' 4 received her training In home economics re-elected children attended church at 4FiilMlainllntTo ;
t of 204 meters was hill due Si'M, I 1 "': .
and in agriculture; from the will be plenty of corn that can be when the white-aproned young om a wave length Union last |
und for the winter work and Mv ,atnt. culler-l( 1 1To
Coorgla State College of aBricul-\ bought/; for $1 a hundred In carload man behind the counter appraised and a frequency of 1,470 kilocycles !plans Mr. and Mrs Lacy Norman of l"nl. doe Still :in, I I'' ,
j ; and several sale' were discussed. 1 Itiillll. Mini. llrhlui' II.." ,
t niiantltles. In northern wes- her offering of eggs; at
h k' n ture and from the Florida State i Tile first meeting the \\'0111an's Woodlawn wore' the /guests; of Mr To Unl. due Sopt 1 I.. l'i':"i I
1 + a College: for Women and with her tern }Florida within the next 60 "cents below the current market Oct 12 -- Agricultural news and, Mrs. M.\ L. Thompson last II'"lilt.. t'oll..d'd
Club will be held at the clubhouse
The" Impertinent hour ,'i) Iml. due Sept I I. 19': i i ifuutitr
iH'lce young; pup
nature Is particularly
friendly days.There aft'rllooOct.; 0. Sunday. iiuiiilina
well adapted to this work. Is no better carbohydratefeed actually had the temerity to sug- Oct. 14-I.'lorlda's Kgg: : Luynlj Thursday Mr\ \ Carl Supp of Starke was a Tu Ilnl due SfU| I I. I"-'"
rl Home demonstration work for to mix with (cottonseed meal Kent t that if her eggs, were not Contest for Next Year-M. UMehrhof. On; Friday; evening Misses Gertrude I Uy Hint pollened i iTo
Mouser It nth Lawrence Ar- visitor here Si'iiday afternoon bitl I. .duo Si-l't: I III. I I''
Il ,
+ women und girls; and farm demonstration than corn ground up cob and alt.\ Soiled\ : they would command all extension poultryman. > +-- <'<>un..r Mehool-ti;Client'

work for men and boys Is I Equal quantities of ground! corn good prices as anyone else's.Alter Oct. 15-Farm talks from U. S, neeta and Helen Ogden were dinner To Mal Hint due l'olh..tI'J'o Sept. l 1. I'll'i]

sponsored by the United States cottonseed meal and wheat bran much vain argument and Department of Agriculture. guests of Miss: Helen Law 0....1011N1N1NN1r Mv lull dueif|>t. ,10 I I"' i

I a department of Agriculture the makes a. very satisfactory gra'n no little show of resentment she Oct. 16-Greater Agricultural; rence. I C'ounty l'..llnTo
WOODLAWN : bill tine Heil.| I I. Ip2ni''y '
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Pierce entertained i
State College of Agriculture and ration for dairy cows, says Mr. finally accepted the proffered sum Diversification Comes to Florida Hint. I'Olh'rteil 1
_ the counties concerned. Brown and departed sincerely convinced -J. Francis Cooper, editor Florida Monday evening with a din- v Miss Martlet.Noriniin, Cor. To( "bill dun'Hpt. 30. !II'_:' 1 1Tiitnl ,
I 1'I..Io-l.h..I-1I l egilorTo ;
Union county has had farm demonstration lIe also says, plenty of peavine that there was some sort of a vile< Agricultural Extension DlviS' ner and bridge.\ The guests were 11111..........11111N1NJ. but. due Sfpt I 1. 1:12'1': ,

F 1i work or county agent soybean, beggarwecd!/! or peanut plot In operation against her. A Ion. :Misses Gertrude llouser, HelenLawrence Hv Bmt. 1 collectedTo 1 I"" ,
due 1.
lial. Sept
!\ Donald S, Norman and W. II. Nor-
work for some time under direction hay will\ help to Increase the milk few days later she returned with Oct. 17-Farm talks from U. S ! j Pan R born and Leland Howard.Mr. niai;"and Othma and Truman Nor- To. lint' due Hlo1., I'1My '
f t' of Mr. L.. T. Dyer and that flow and reduce the cost of producing another batch of eggs. This time Department of Agriculture.Oct. ; Hint, collected
I work for Bradford county has been milk. all were as Immaculately clean asa .18-Fertilizing CitrusDr. Donald rangborn/ spent the man were transacting business in To bill due 1It'I'30.( I I">

aY R !f done by T. D. Hlckenbacker. Thee The dairyman that has plenty otstlago schoolboys face the first time he It. \V. Ituprecht. chemist Agricultural week-end in Jacksonville.Mr Jacksonville Saturday hll"\du. Sept AgrleultnrnlTo I I. lulu'
+ J. )I. llouser the vic- Mr. and Mrs. Leumon Norman
} $ establishment of home demonstration stored away in his silos at /goes out with a girl-and quite ni Experiment Station.Itt'n.lh lly nmt. tolleLtedTo
I ; tim of a surprise Friday evening spunt Saturday night and Sunday bill duo Sept' :in. I I" .
and this season is wearing a. broad obviously scrubbed She gave the< .
d work for women girls \\ 1010".'.. IVimlon I'and.
_ t completes: the county extension of- smile. lIe knows he can meet but t t I I II cided to celebrate his birthday Browning Hint collected 1
flcu competition) i coo ntel' "There young! man, 1 1l I'' ,
To hul. Sept
? OM3fNINSF" : .
| ( I II with a, "stag" bridge party. Sandwiches Miss! Gladys Carter and Darby
The of home demonstration !Many\ dairymen are laying in a she challenged belligerently "I 1 'lll liil'ii)
purpose | lly SpudIohhXOn11Nlleli11. I II ( take and colfee was !served OaHklna werp vl..ltlnjtIyrt'e. anti To hill due Kept I I. | iItv ".
of seed and
supply oats to clean
Is enough
work is to assist women rye provide reckon them eggs I I antt. collected' l "
I and girls of every community with the'r' winter grllzllllJuII'Y\ to suit you." I_I :and from all reports the party! wasa Mamie Lou Norman Sunday after- To I bal due I H.."I. Id' I. .

ti' + t F their: home problems; to Increase men in the northern l part of the Yes, Mrs Jones," he repllecsoothingly Spiilt I of N('i 1'XX ami t llx huge!' HUCCCMS.: noon. bal due I'lne Sepl I&1 l-'orf t t. 1 I'' Hi'
Mi' 1<'. M. \"lI.lrl1th went to Mr\ and Mrs. Troy Hudson of .
state find it advisable to mix I >llf-t" rl
Hint i
HID Income of farm women and lye "They certainly are< Helping ll.ind. Arc "StiltFound ( \ 1'1'0 .
JnrlfKonvlllo Tuesday to meet Mrs. Oi.ila. who haM b<"t>n 'pending' t the' ;, bal tint Sepl' ,|p i I Ii
t 1) !' and outs half and< half and seed nico and clean, hut I'm sorry to In I til nil Life VM.I .
produets 1 1-2:! to 2 bushels of this mixture say I can't give you the full market '- --- Wall ith. who \K ri'tiirning( /: from n W h down here,' -left Friday ru iinn ti. .\

.r 9.'u 9. r'4 wanted; to supplement the home to an ncre. Nothing, will beat thin\ price f,>r them." Wo often hear the complaint

'u ts rim Al training of girls; so they will he pasture< for stimulating the milk Her Hu i>lclons were confirmed that neighborliness and hospitality -

l'' i well-fitted for home malting; to flow In midwinter when the milk It win a plot-'--nothing,: loss. She and friendliness! \ are dying out

I = improve and beautify the homo prices are good says Mr. Itrown determined to get to the bottom; People of the rural sections seldom should th
S' .
i nllli to develop a wholesome social -. of 1t. ( have barn raisingt, log! rolling l- Jfou I/flIiI
lire In rural communities. tCTCIliit( : IS I JUST: TIMI"';! "Why not," she demanded, explained \ and other gatherings like that

Miss/ Jordan will welcome 10 ri.T h\VKI-.T: : rii\S] her" involuntary tormenter, where all in the community pitch

of these" Kug-I I I'Oil .I\M'.WY KI.WVKKSSweet ( : "they have been washed." .
gestions! from people In and, help some particular! one.Ilotvever

t counties for developing her should be planted "Washed.. ? Yes, of course they this fact is no sign that
f and will be glad to answer calls early in October to secure bloomsIn have. I spent hours tldyln' 'em: the old spirit of community helpfulness body ofevery ccir's

te I tar individual help. January says W.. L. Floyd professor 1 i up because you didn't! want 'ere is dying out among rural

:t, This Is the season of meat canning or horticulture at the college dirty and now you don't want 'em ()(!opleVO no longer pile logs;

t, and no doubt there will be I /.\ of agriculture The Wlnter'Flowering clean. What I In tarnation do you up to be burned to get\ them out of Ii

'},' M many people in the county who what?" the way, but rather sell them to bt '
Spencers) may bu planted -
s will want special advice, and help It would take too long! continue sawed up for lumhel'Ve can ( Buick's field
tai II November, but will do better -
p: on this subjejct. Miss\ Jordan will If planted In. October the dialogue any further. So lei I make money in disposing of them

t ; It sumde to say that. only after i L now where they used to be a burden .'
conf !Mr. Kloyde says the seed should
f I be planted from three to four long and Impassioned debate was and in the way. and the chassis-

(p ft nuro cookers which she can use Inches deep. A trench should be i !Mother Jones finally made to understand If evidence is needed that ne.'gh-; compare

c '' 1 In communities.. that washing eggs re- borllness is not dying out In the
dug the desired depth and tlie seed
Club will be Interested" In duces their keeping qualities to an might take
llfi girls! rural sections, we any
dropped In about two Inches apart. then would choose
; fall gardens and In poultry work They are then covered about two almost unbelievable extent. It Is caso of sickness, or serious needon you too

l r ; as well as sewing and cookery. A mi actual fact that washed, eggs; the part of a family. Almost
Inches the remainder
I deep leaving -
t' home demonstration program of come out of even a brief stay in every family! in the. community will 0-4
of the soil In a ridge beside the
n work will Include help on cookery trench. cold storage as much as 50 per alTer and give needed nslsstnnce
f" As the seedlings begin' \ to
nutrition sewing millinery and i cent Infer.:or to unwashed eggs; sad without being, asked. When "
come up, the soil Is worked over .rye
: homo Improvement.! That \puts the owner of soiled eggs; old Slim Timmona' boy was sick ?
ilum until the level.
I ground is .
uya; The 1928 annual report of home The soil on which sweet peas between "the devil and the deer recently Gus Weeks SI Smith, Abe UI CI

demonstration work in "'Iol'hluglv..s bluo sea" to he sure but there l hi Uirkin Ken Strickland and Fed<1
are to be grown should have plenty
the following figures: of organic matter. In addition really an excuse! for having dirty William and the rest of us were

Number" of women enrolled In about one pound of commercial eggs\ ; lu any great! numbers. doing something; for them every

G' ; Home demonstration club, 3508. The solution l Is a simple i one and day. When the child was so sick I
fertilizer should bo used for each
Number of girls enrolled In really much easier of accomplishment that it was necessary for someone
''i home demon clubs, ll,15l.! square yard planted. Select theheavier than the washing of eggs.. to sit up with It at night and giveIt i If you were to lift the body roth the chassis Lorejoy Duojraulie Shock Absorbers-front
nulls fur sweet peas when- I of of hundred cars-and and rear. Combining! to check both t bound" ind
Number of meetings held by First of nil nests should be placed! med.clne: some one of us was I any one a compare : !
ever possible advises Professor rebound and providing a degree of riding east
.,h'' homo demonstration agents 8)4I.!) Floyd, In a dark place so that hem will there every night taking turns at the vitally important details of chassis design without parallel anywhere.

qr; Att..ndUI'e.221.76\: : When; t the plants reach a heightof only go\ to them when they wish to sitting/ up and letting Slim; und his and construction-you would find And finally, tuck established Buick tuperiorilit

t''' Special work was done in home two or three Inches, they shouldbe lu>'. and they should be protected family get some sleep. Buick so outstandingly superior in all as the famous double-drop frame of lou hes'

t'' f gardens beautification of home (rem above so that they cannot When Hill\ llanklns got hurt andouldn't I phases of fine car engineering that you steel the massive side and cross members
thinned to a distance of four I ,
IP, grounds, home dairying, home be befouled by dorpping. Two- ( work his crops the community would almost inevitably make Buick your reinforced at points of stress to insure grealeslchoice.
_ Inches apart. Light poultry wire long life the celebrated tube tl' se.
poultry, home marketing" foods makes a very grind trellis. The Inch mesh wire nett'ng': should be got together and each famIly Here is what you would, see in this Buick multiple-disc clutch torque, self-lubricatlng

und nutrition, house furnishings, plants should be watered at least talked onto the lower side of the pitched In and pave a day's famous chassis: differential, and numerous other features.
liomo health and sanitation and roosts to keep the hens off the work along occasionally, and now
community activities. once a week clurlnldry weather, droppings! board which will pre- lilll who Is getting better, will Buick'i great new Valre-M-read e"gineWhen the list of click's chassis feature"-

r FIJotUI''K I'roiuVorK In I'nitril. us sweet pens require! u large vent soiling of the eggs with their harvest a crop just as though he developing! 99 horsepower in the 124 and entirely) aside from the irresistible appeal of
4 amount of water. 132-ndlmodels, and 8OH horsepower in the
,. "Flnhw II' red spiders or plant lice attack dirty feet.. Eggs!: should be gathered had cultivated It himself.. 118-lndlmodels! Unapproachedin sturdiness! Buick's new Fisher Bodies-reads like a

Number of county Agricultural; the plants, spraying! and dustIng once or twice each day and One of the finest things; about all-round performance-ability, reliability and roll-call of all that is spundest and best 10 I

i4 Agents/ In United States 2,.ITS. ,: will be neclo'Rsary.fr.\ Floyd all ,d'rty or soiled eggs should be rural community life Is the willingness economy as well. fine car engineering and when, m

_ /lemonn i guys!:!, ,dust the red spiders with sulphur used at Itome.Furthermore. on the part of rural people Ruick'f new Controlled Servo Enclose Mechanical addition, you can buy a Buick for as little

and spray the lice with tobacco the nests shouldbo to help when help is needed. Brake providing smooth, positive, as $1225, f. 0, b. factory what wonder

; ? 1049.! extract.t thoroughly cleaned out frequently This'" spirit of friendliness and And silent-because Leaking with minimum pedal pressure.. that all comparisons lead to Buick.and I. What
fully protected dust dir
Number of county negro agents and all soiled straw or ghborllness should and will against ,
wonder that than people
giyy water-operating at maximum efficiency in more 2,000,000
2S2. Florida will market about six- whatever IH used replaced with never be allowed to die.:1.1. any weather. have invested their in BuicksandBack's
Number of girls enrolled In teen million boxes of citrus, according new material that Is fresh and money
new frictionleti fleering and Road that from repurchasing
gear new two to five times many
a? "r ', girls' clubs 393,406. \ to estimates based on reports clean. It these simple precautions \\ .: ri.iLisi.itviin: Shock Eliminator-twin advancements introduced other

F Number of boys enrolled In boys' made to the board of directors are observed and hens are kept \vivnu: I'KAS AND J VI.TCII: by BUick. The Buick wheel offering this new Buick as any
clubs, 270.534. of the Florida Citrus J Exchange ,confined! during/ muddy weather effortless control throughout its entire turning automobile priced above $1200!

-.- made public Saturday. there will be little-necessity either Mr. O. W. UlnHon, county com range-and the new Road Shock Eliminator BUICK MOTOR COMPANY, FLINT MICH-:'"

sA 1'' MKTIIOII: 1.'Ot" KIDDIM.\ Production otllcluli pointed out for washing eggs or for accepting missioner of this county cooperating assuring complete freedom from annoying Di.lli./ General Mlltri Ctrftrt ''"'
jolts and jars.Buick'i .
roL'I/TUY OF \\OIIMS: that the crop was maturing early a lower price for dirty ones. with the local County Agent Canadian Fictorlci Met uchlia-Buick.Oibi w<.0.1.

When questioned about poultry this season but was under normal Washing destroys the gelatinouscoating Hlckenbaker! last fall planted two new, longer rear springs, and new Build.* of Buick and Marqnci Motor 'Ia"

U Ts worms Or K F. Thomas assistant volume giving growers a longer which nature puts aroundan acres to Austrian winter peas and "4 -4C>

L veterinarian of the Florida Experiment time in which to ship before the egg; to protect the contents. hairy vetch as a winter cover rop. 118'Wheelbase Models$1225.t > $1295 ,. 124.Wheelbase Models, $1465 to $1495U2

; Station gave the following host free period was reached after When it la washed off or otherwise In the spring the crop of peas and Wheelbase, Model, $1515 to$1995Th.

treatment which remain removed the of mold and turned under ...prien I. a b.f.ctorv. S..d.1. equlpm..t n_. Buick d.li..d; ."
: no fruit may on spores vetch was an a green ; .....,. prie..lndud.only__nn.J.J. h..... lor d.hvrry.ndtinlna
;t h "The worm treatments that we trees with few exceptions the bacteria of decay enter easily manure crop, and followed by COo..e ceo b..n.na.d an UM bb.nl when G. M.compannii A. C.:Tim. automobila Payment pies..01....ConauUr. th.d-Uivand pnc......n.. eb.l.tpn .

recommended. are Kamala. and teNS through/ the porous shell and evaporation corn. Through the growing sea- .-.>0 ..-

truchlorethylene. Kamala is for C. I':. Street of rtradenton chairman is appreciably accelerated.

,1i s, i tape worms and Is given in doses of the iodine committee of the Storing for any length of time bo ounce of prevention Is worth a

of 15 grains for adult birds and chamber of the chamber of commerce
) 7 1-2 grains for half grown birds. of that city has recentlyhad Is no wonder that the uptodatedoaler washing can hardly be accurately:

;! Tetrachlorethylene is used for some grapefruit, put up at Is willing to accept washed called a cure. Cleanliness Is still

;' roundworms, and a dose Is 1 c,c. h s canning plant analyzed to find eggs only at a discount which-wlll next: to godliness but BO .far ,.as Starke

fur each bird. These drugs maybe out the iodine\ content and It was protect him, against loss If he can- eggs are concerned a lot depends. Florida

secured through the druggist found to contain an appreciable I not turn his stock quickly.. (an how the cleanliness Is brought '

"y put up In Individual doses." quantity. It la the' old. old story-"an About. WHEN BETTER AUTOMOBILES ARE BUILT BUICK WILL BUILD TilE


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I 1 'I,I.1, i d It i' K" >",,III, ,o, ii\ \ : "ii I n, l h', i ..1' i I. i ,1.1. I I rush.
llliliR.lmol 1, ( I and i nmmnnloiiHiTvUcs I I I ." I 1,1, 'I SOI( I: or "111 111\.1.| '. sI \1.1| : on I I II),' lit'.I I I .\1..1"., i h.< .nn i ,,,,,, I,,'InK ':
Tliui'Miliiy, 1,1".1', ,, I ; I111, ''Ii., ,ii' \III. rn,,' .ti ,",KIU HiIi 1 1 I.. d... 'd' S'\' nun I U'l, ill, thollolll '; t
i \'lIl'h' Lord's 1'ay' ut 111 III. III.' -hreuK! i 1.1.> ,,,n.,.H III i t 11,? dour, of 'Ml., loiintx. l"l nthrose I
1 in :a I. m. 1 1 I..votonalll'd! by Uev. o'clock.( ".K Innlnif I. ..r I"iiIII. ,1 I at Hi,. vmlliiK' "fi I I' MiU,, .r", ..1 nil, I'V' \ I 11,'t ii i.. "I f i h.i f 4,1l.llll ..r !liiailfoid;, ,,. ioiiii\( '111 "1.lI k., Klurnla .
/ L 1lhf .1 I !I''. !M.. Taylor. I .' Ml...Mill/ hi u I.,I alw\ .1".1.( I ,and i C VIM 111"jon 1 iBMtltd 1 ,out, ill, anti, uuder between n"111' Hit hi i n thlt legal .. "':
Church .services morning and .f the I fl'<.llllH| I'nil/ wiirriintH Issued the sent, of the c-lri'iitt unit"" 1 of hours of MUla ou sold date' to anttKfythe r "%
10:30: : a. m. Report on lltnisI \ evening of the first Sunday in daring xalil. "iniuiih., ciii-i-iHpniidH with the Ktatu of Florida, In and for Hrnd- sold writ of execllon, toKethfir ,
lamp unto my feet, and a light unto my palb.-Psalm 119105.: I i.-rlal Relief and Annuities iln- rinlH. of my 11m,.... and IB true ford ,roiinlv on the 2nd tiny of Or- with interest. thereon, and the coats ,'
word is a "l --_! _.. -' by D. each month by the pastor, Bro mid ci rr.'i-t ,lo Mm ln-nt .r my knowlf.llf. I- tuber ll!:>.2'r!;' liioi| '! a final JudKcment of this proceeding. '
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? - \V !Moore. Dixon, of Jacksonville. .' sod l.i'llof. I nlHu certify that ur ,decree: the xnld/ oourt. In a certntn -I|i W. J. KPl'ERSON. \ I,
fnrlrfJruli.f A" religious teaching, doctrine or ho I fnlhiwlHK In a list of all county rouse I therein pendliiK wherein i iAnthnny I Sheriff of Hrudford, lounlv. + t'
11e creed, if they are to have any claim Report on Christian Education' it.'poHltorlfH./ Khiiwlnnr Iho ualnnco In Ko\m-ck and Hexxle "Ko- tn-4-nl-ll-l. ,
devotion of the !U-v., S. S. Proctor. :rash' lit:: the:: cloutof: the month :hfrtiin:: yltl''k were complainant, !* und t D, I. 1U'I'II.'I' 1\
thi' |0yalty and people, must bo in harmony with ............. .o......... Brat stated t unit Ills amount of HO- Amen wan defendant, will, h sold' :% I ...-' A 1.t'IIf' \1'10'\1 I roll '. 'r
I of Jesus the Christ whose words fit into every fold and crevice Address en Religious! : LIteratureby ,runty; ruinlKlifd,, liy cnrh nuch depus- judgment IIIIB I lieen+ duly refolded Inthe '1'anau: : :
trarhlxgp heart, and of whom it was said in John 7:46: NEVER MAN Keperosentatlve of the laptut GRAHAM :llory. and the nmount of Inn rant !mihllc I I recoid, of l Itradford I county. '
. (tl human : : In I hllur credits-d iliirlnir mild month.; Florida In CLani-ery Order !Hook Notice IH hereby Klvrn that n. W.
AKE UKB THIS i Witness. I liy melt FBld dHpOHltory i en account.if ;No.; 1 I. Pane ;l2ll, of Mil 141 public' reuordM Alderman, holder of Tax l Certlflcnt I. ,JNu.
current dully: balances : time de- I have levied' upon the followIn 94 61 h day of July A. l>. lt! 2!f>, ; '\
Report School T. ur
tits great on Sunday ...................... dexrrlbed feed certltlrafIn
,id, I' 'u9' begin poMltn, properly. Hlltiale, lying has sold my oinrnand \ 'i1 1
v vIi
I"1" '!" Mount?" Answer laws tho liquor men are divided. N. Norman Mrs Wl.ni-HB my hand this 1st day ofi and bring! In 111 iiilforil, county made application. for tax deed fij' "
Rlindey Reynolds
< son
trifl1"' '? 1 Some seek to have all prohibition Noon-Refreshment. i 'Iciiilmr' l 1l! S'.i. Floilda deHcrlbed RM follows: ) Issue thereon In accordance with t16<
a-11.: t I Junior, of .Jacksonville are. spending l. O. ,v. ALftBUMAN All that portion of KIIKI: Three law. Sahl certificate: enil,raced the J. :.
il I \1,11' laws repealed or so modified as to Report on Home Missions-J. Clerk of the Circuit Court, Fonrthx tif "HoutheiiNt) iiiiurler, ofSoulheaxt following described property situated -
I Cowl. Ihs'/iM'! / tll'lI'ry: ho of no efec: 't. Others enccunige: T. Qulgley. a few days with her mother- Hrmlfont. county I iiuarler, Ki-ctlon 24. Towuxhlp In Bradford county, Florida, to- t !1
i h, Jf>. :i6.! 3Jesus in-law Mrs.\\ Etta: Reynolds of here. Blanche Alderman 1). C. (n, .South It mi we, 21, ICiiBt. lying wit! I
lat'h'' violation ot the constitution a n,11, Report on Temperance T. ;Nur111;. nf Lake Htitler and SturkeIllirhway Southwest quarter of SnutheaAtinarier i' :
I 111"" 1"r', "' i Hay unto you ] I ho laws, hoping thereby breakdown M.and !Mrs. R. M. Johnson (hohiir the aid hlnhway < Section Three. prow nshIp' \ 'i', ,
Harris.Report\ .
I OTH-I'J Ofo' FIY U. 111"11lua: und' ,
,iicht for your life : ala South Half of North wentquarter Six South hangs Twenty-two Kafll.fontalnliiHT '
.. II" ihi" all temperance laws and ( on Deceased Ministersand were visiting Mr. and. .Mrs. Livie and. Southwest iiuarter" of forty acren.The 't'I h l
< .h' .ill ( at. or what ye shall Prescott !Sunday.Mr. Notice ,In hereby given, that Blvty ;Nnrtheant; iiiarten| of Ruction III, HHBuBBiiifiil of sold properly iyunder
I..1 I ? .' body what bring them into contempt.. It Is Deacons-Mrs. J. T. Qulgley. days after. dote. hereof on lwlt: Ills Townxhlp A, South hangs 21 "Kat: \ the said e'rIHI'Il'' iKHtied. was 1 ,3
Ik i II",,1, ? i tinyour this class of people t that cause Address on Cooperative Program C. R. Roberta and Roy Reynolds 2c'th' day uf November A. l I1.. 11>29. I and South half ..NorlhenKl: <|iiarter, In the name of Pr. II. W. lrewiiw i. ,
I "'"," IIn Is not the lire the underRlKned administrator( of the ii ml ;Noith; half .of Southeast' iiuarterand t'nlcHx, said certlflcatn shall IM redeemed ';,
1 ;hsll' and the body most truble. They put their personal by a state worker. spent the week-end In Day- nxuitu of Mrs" J. .1. ur Sarah. A. Mar-. SoiiilK-iiNt iiimrter! of KorlhweBtiiuart.M according to law tax. deed ,}'I
.:(. ,,1. ? in MI deslren above law. They In- Reports of Committees ou Nom tona. key, dercMiMed' will I present Myvnuehc'rs I* and :Northeast. quarter of will lasts thereon, on the 14th ....y..r .,5
I ,III,t 'Ii Behold the fowls and itnal HITMint, an HiichMdmlnlHtrator Soiithnext quarter| of Section 24, October A. D. It2n.( ',;
'I Mini' not neithI sist on the right to decide for inations and Resolutions/ Mrs Margie Byrd and mother to the llutlor061s! ileti, Vownxhlp; r",. South Ill-unite.' 21 Kuxt. Ihll..1 this lot h tiny. of September r ; 1
hi' ,I" i ''I i I tlii-y HOW themselves what laws they will Election of Member State Hoard. A. ( i nunty .Inlite of llrailford oiilalnhiK:: : ,: \ lii :all: Ihiei' :hundred;; anininell :i A. J >., 1)2!) !>. I ;.
Mrs. of Walilo vls- IIUf :
Stowers I\y[
i were ; \ \ enl I' : \
gather Into ,, Florida ,
I i.. .IP., nor< ask forhis \ nI i-, nioie' 01 lexx the snob O. W ALDKIIMAN. 1 i'
1 i heavenly Father obey and what they will violate. Election:\ of delegates, to State lUng Mrs. D. J. Byrd Sunday. approval and my dl8ctniri anitch i hrblg i : l lie. )II ii II''Ity, | I of the said dcf.'iidaut. Clerk( of. ('Ir. tilt" i-oiiit. iIrlhdfonte'Iii 1"{ ''Jl"
: vui, administrator.ihiu |I' I .\"tI. ,. and FlurtUa.
,li much They try to create a sentiment and Southern Iluptlst conventions. Mrs. Equllla\ Jones and Thelma ""ih Hnv r I ,,,. ,.,,,,,,Niilijcct,,., toHie nly !
', ,, Are ye not Hcr>ti>" I"r. 1'ia'i! :! -11 ot t UK -,1,1 lI I ''t or ,1- 9.16-5t-1a-11. ,
It. III i Unit to volute the law In n____ ____ _________ _n_ _
respectable Adjournment. Brown vtro shopping' In SturkeSaturday. ; 'I "I!'
?1 \
r II' I 'hot and commendable. i ,:-1;r
\', ,II', 1 ,. : ;; Hut seek ye first I '
i Unfortunately this last class! of Carrie McKinney: of Sampson! \ :
I'L, ,d|, m] oi ood.! and lsdithese rlRht-; I'lt ESU"TI.ltl.\; 1 !Ltt
,",,! things people Includes many professed City was visiting; !her father, John .

uI I,.,, ,,1,1, >d! unto you. Christians. 10 a. m. Sunday school J. M. McKinney here Sunday .
I Hut wo must not assume that Mrs. Isola Shuler of the State t I
Lord cast
would Truby 1<11 pt. Lesson subject:
ril'1'I. .r, upon thee, for thou temperance prohibition Is "Keeping Fit for t the Sake of Oth Farm, spent the week-end with .6(.
slit] oxcliislvcly\ a nroduct of Christian her mother Mrs. H. K. Roberts I

,.1' (nil,] I II.) !ity. It Is also a product of all moral cry Mrs. Mary Bugg of Hampton. Men '
11 a. m., Morning worship, serf like these !
I and patriotic people, whether mon by the pastor. was a business visitor here Friday

Sl'M\Y: SCHOOL atheists infidels, Mohameduns, j f I We are all glad to know that ( '
(i)0: ) p. m., Christian Endeavor;
LESSON Jews Catholics Protestants Map- i !Mrs. Maude Surrency 1 is Im!>I'ov- .,
ii .
Topic, "Jesus Teaching; Us (How to
tists or those of other creed
I lug"'
I'rny. Dr. Lowry will lead this i
or association The enforcement Miss| Thelma Brown and l brot1erM (-

I'm' 41.,10"1'. la, 1IL.l9.: ol1 tlio'prohiblt'cm'! laws, and of all! meeting. Hubert and J. n.. Cleo Reynolds [; ,
7:30: p. lu., Evening worship, testing car 1
hi,h", i K.-P l UK fit for the lawn is tho duty of all Christians sermon and gospel; song.Prayer Pearl and Gertie Johnston your h

[.I,, ,of,f oilnTH, ( Temperance Les- I: and of all citizens regardless\ of meeting Wednesday e'e'nlng motored to Starke Sunday; after-
their religious! beliefs. I
at 7t: : !). We are making noon.Mrs. ,
olil.', ii l.'ti' "Know ye not that Temperance and law olmcl vunoe Gertrude( Roberts of J.II keBnIPI' Ery '
this an hour for Bible study, tak- I
the temple of the aro virtues possessed alike by real \ here Saturday
Iwdv i IK! wan visiting
ing the Rook of the Acts of the I 1t
v ,i.niHt; .' t whli-h( Is In you, which Christians and all other lovers of Apostles, for our theme. All who afternoon. Ti ktl I It I. '

>q,1,1',,, ,.I! (rod;' and ye are notr country and honor all of whom love Bible study will find this Interesting /

,"+ iI' For ye were bought can work for the common cause and helpful. 'I.I'UI'.S: FIVt\14t. ST'.t'1'ICNEST

"h, i urn],' i. I therefore" glorify rod -.- fOl'VI'Y F'I'liUIi:
A cordial invitation to all\ our
? i 1.,1.,, \ I Cor. 61920.: IH'SIXI.SSIII.TISH: : : : : Ol-' services extended to all.\ !Monthly flnnnomi urnii-nient. ofnrmlforil t

.,mi IVvt. Daniel ::1120.'II TIMiiii'TisT: riiritrn( county for the month ofScprmbeI. I w .
,' .
( I 1'J-li. (
'iiinu nl Babylon had cap- : 1 1":11&,1.' I

d'i 1 11, Item and had taken n.< On Wednesday evening, October C. 1.:. N1:1SThe : Hni. $"i'I. I irnr j:' i.72,rKiMvlplM -
duiliiK, rnon I h 123.: litiiriiinlx "
,,1 i t1J"Il, of the l lead h llg 2nd, the First Haptlst church) \ of \\ ilurhiK month \1MMI.1S'

,in 'inr whom were Daniel Stnrke held it ussoclatlonal business regular monthly business lint. oct Kluc. mill 1 1. r1 Korfrltwrv a'.i' I'linil 1OH5.6B. !' 1 >

1 ii-ndH. He was then for the meeting: of the Christian! Endeavor: ".:
\ meeting.; Reports : nui.I i-i 1'1. I i. i a'1:> 'V r

,a' I ,. v.-arB old. I ) (.ur's work were presented by the I was held at the home of Miss Car- \\lli'fi[ ">lHH| iliirlnw ilurhiK". month month_ TSS 1.7: : .S.IViirinntM nil ,.aMaw Mt I 1 1I

i ".-1"1,1, four of theMe different departments. The total 1 rie Uglow Monday evening. The Hul. lift' 1 I. l2i!' -_ inii..li,:\! : I .1.1I

1 Mm used In the stands 220. following new olllcers were Install- ItOllll i'uml. ', .
< membership now as :Il.l'ilHeiilptH rll f : a I
tint Pi-pt. 1. !1i12*!I529 h i,4
and learnlno; ChilI-I J. W. Morgan, gav; his report I td : iliirlnw, month i.'iS.dl.VuiriiTMH '". A

."I ,u Babylon. at treasurer showing that for nil President Ml-s Anuctta V.'Sl1 :I- \CHI,' 41,'1. ilurlnir I t., i''a'' month. :af'i i : Sh I r a1P' i; t ','

,>!1" ''iiiti-(l them a dally I'I | 1 local needs there had been expended 1 'urns l>nMI<-l
i i ln. Ulng's meat and the total sum of $26tO.)6! ; and Vice-President Mist Ellraboth\ ll,.'<..i>liiH Sopt." diiriiiH,I. \I211!: month 22.5'II.Ir; I If

1\Inch he drank.I Thin there had also been contributed to Kendrick Wiiriaiili' ,, ilnf'MK' in,>nIIIHal. I '.
I !1929! -10..0.1
HI. I.
is\ u kindness to missions and local benevolence an Secretary, Miss Blanche Alderman Ont..liiiiilliiic h.Fnmliiui A'l r;

Hut t Daniel) purposed additional, \ sum of $766.87 making'' sept, i I. \12! !' :sgj.si; I l I'':

,hut he would( not de- IL grand; total of $3377.83.The Treasurer, Mr. C. N. Christy. liM-flilH, duilnwc ilurlnir, month month S IT*i.I< ..K.IWiirinntH [:;, \ .f.ff ,
I I,i.: with the portion of the Sunday school work was! reported Alter the business session u social Hal.. <'h'l.> 1 I"12(1( 113.1.tvIJow's !' .I
.'. ....l.in I .
", it f nor with the wine by the secretary H. L. half was enjoyed. sal S. lit I I. I liIt !..211 '1252.1. ,'j

,: '' ..lunik" It Is said that Itrownlee showing; an enrollment Jcxim Teaching Us to Pary Is ., "r1,.II>IH. luiliiK, month 41.4! ; Trpn ot the crutlrsri! MGeneral ;
\\1I1f""t. iliirlnd, month 2nl.unuul. :: :' ) Motor. Tt s.p II
I" i 11\1'' lime to purpose in of 120 scholars, 3 Ulcers and nine I the topic! for Sunday evening i M, 'i. 1. 1929!! :' IU.I.I..I! C;toun4) who' .la w> rMHKur ,

i teachers. J. F. Klckllter Is superintendent Lender Dr. Lowry Time 6:30.4; : :\ \Krli-iilturnl. .'..nd liO :.11, ( rou. Uttvn 11 tii.i aphnttiffrnph ti4
11111 :+"I'1. I I. 1112:1: '
'r.l l hud been trained: to rent and J. M. Brownlee Christ Ian Endeavor Executlven Hi ,-lpif-t ilii'rlnu month ,4J-1?! I shown cunmininR'they a "p o."-o.i-.inllj t I 1.

l ,. .obey God's law. To treasurer. Amount raised. by the will meet with us Sunday. Octobui' VVairnniN' dut,'1 ilK month 'jri'iiKill used be the for l clcvjsrd i 1 i in4triiinrne I '
I. (II. 1 I. 102t! T to custom .M 1
rule of conduct always Sunday school for supplies and 13, at two p. m. MnlliHnir Fsdb for mcmunntf daub peJ.l

,i ,nil.to. refuse to follown missions: was $266.86. I -- -_.._, -,--,_. .--- a man who wanted to buy a car to take a "....u.a. 1'I',!

.''M" i ,ulei The Woman's Missionary Union mechanic with him. :

i n Daniel made his request\ wan reported by !Mrs. J. If. Lord, i

i n> km, g. ulcer that "he might secretary, and Mrs. 11. L. Brown- 1 Today General Motors itself employs ;:[!

it-Hie., himself" the officer rein lee treasurer, showing a total j) skilled automotive engineers to make it I,! I

) i.-ur. my Lord the king amount raised by this society for II

IM, iiipolnted! your meat and missions and local work and personalservl't easy for you to select your new car. These ''II k;

''Ii ink ye make me en- of $586.55. working its car for every purse '
arc for at ;
you '
:. i im In,'ad to the king." Then J. Epperson, leader of 1Irs.v'j and purpose** :IJ'men IJ'-: :,
Ground-the n68-acrc outdoor .)
r'i ",t. 'Prove thy servants, Auxiliary, and Mrs O. C. "

I h] the. then days; and let leader of the YOllnl'Voman's\ AuxIliary I,I'' 1 1'f In.. Michigan where every kind a f. ., ; 7 .muse:, S'-;' a( {I ,

"I i "..i- pulse to eat and wa- did splendid' work during tested. powerful 6cyhnder valve ,in I 4ji t +:
d.. Ilk mid as thou seat the year by conducting study: engine, beautiful. Fisher 4ndm, >

'1 'h 'TIT) servants." classes and developing a Missionary Before any General Motors car goes into scdn delivery Li,,,ht deltvuv : 1

1 .,ill., and fedi ... lH ton chasms and IH run
""i I cunRented spirit among our young: people. I'Ft
production, a fleet of advance models wub, cab both with. four speed* ,
i mi vegetables: for ten These two goclet'es In cooperationwith

Mni 1 .it the end of ten days the W. M. U. were very helpful I IY constructed and sent to the I P' 7 model $74'-' '*9'. 1"i

niii-iianrea! appeared fiiir In carrying; on the tolowlng i Ground. There these advance cars olfcr. ***Ugsx"muturingiuxuts {1 \4

i n)?'' i \n .'i" In flesh than all theI personal service vie.; : Visits to the I co... Larger l.h.alrolln., .IIIr.c. i

I > "hiili did eat the portion sick and shut In ones 400 ; trays r every test-tests far harder than by Either. New attractive colon J1Imeet 1

i 1'IIIl'' meat." Then for to the sick 17.. baskets of food would make. Sometimes rebuilt ,Io.b I", ... '
I II they arc Sh1UU11a. 8 models. 'Hn- I! !
while the boys were 54 ; garments, 300 ; cash gifts;' .
I they were not required $16 1.00 ; magazines and books distributed redesigned retested many times until The Fine,Car at Low Priie. Now 1 t
rll.d..rrrn.m.nll.m< ''"'!1. meal' or wine and "AslI1ar 154. The Missionary UnIon arc pronounced right, and ready to be die Ffihcr Dodiei --.I.o", h., t.i '
,children. God loan chest sP '
gave also maintains a nal uirnient| combinationa in

1 ,
III 'nil! wisdom." towels, and garments needed In involve : E, (, "",01.1.. $967--
endurance I
''ti., tests speed, power Ouick'i new compjnu. >n car, tlo- I
whole class graduated
cases of sickness! Wome ndrivers like our comfort an4 built,)thy Uuftk Six, cylinders. "f
y'' t" taken before king Nebu- Mrs. (i. P. Haymond braking, riding W nLet. I r*price put Bun k<|Ual-

hb'" 'eufor\ examination. "And Church\ clerk case; fuel and oil economy ; body c'af'tmanilup within reach of J/:1/ :

k.. a' .ommuned with them ; SERVICE (mile.. 1:1:
and safety phase I of car construction '
n.mii them all was found \PTIST every ). 9 moJeU $114 3

'o.., Daniel. Hananluli, Mish and performance. .Oakland All American Six.l>it- ,Il ,-

"'i} schooll J. F.Klcklltei' ,,, inaIapp.uance.SplrndiJBuying f
stood 10
Vzarlah : therefore Sunday at a. in., driving cars TInE a"A
Now that so many women arc Luxuriousappuintnirntt t II
:' the all a car is today-
king. And In supt.Worship l easy
inmportant day. You .. *. bodies by Fwhcf,
""I I wisdom and under- at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. Service is becoming more every
these men at the Proving Ground arc working 3 models $.I9. General 'I, ;
I' Ii>, r. uiul 1 them ten times m. can send your wife, your sweetheart, your mother, *' "eight** it madium prue. ''j ,

I ii all the magicians'hatwereinall( and On Sunday evening there will sister your daughter here and be certain they for you to assure you of value 1 W J greenewV.typ. engine. Striking' ,;,3/

hisI bo an evangelistic song service your select General Motors by Fifther. Unuiuat Appoint '
Tire Service.We you a ; car. .qii
courteous 1
I I with a short address by .the pus- will receive prompt, expert Also optional equipment' com .
.j ,
I i>, Illustrates self de- '
1 W I Sell Goodyear Tires, Tubes and Accessories and I tlmo.lcU. $122>- $199% 1 I
"own welfare for that As the New River Association I
I new wheelhaici, lift-124-143 ''ll
'"..a men and for the ad- meets at Ilrooker on next Wednesday render service. There nothing else on our mind. Thffgieaieit Buick of them. alt t:

I, 1 of God's laws Not ev- and Thursday, 1C and 17. new mechanical feature*. Fuhet "I'

-"> follows that rule will there will be no mid-week service PATHFINDERS GENERALMOTORS with new lines. ).1 pl
14 mool..*. 7.: :1
II I U!, was Daniel. Hut In our church. All our people are
Cumpanioacu to GJdl.c.Co*. '
''i later In one way or In urged to attend the evening service Lifetime Guaranteed : lee Diittnitiw appearance. ;n.

''II, this life or in the next: at Drooker. ,.. V type 8-cylmdrf cngin !

'I"W : .- .... t. 1
the example of DJIIi TIIK LOWEST THICKS: 1HISTOUY cultic combinatfuns In beauti !-

i warded. i I'ltoft) ;!it\M oi-1 :M\V: HIGH PICIISSL'IIK: ; : ...by Fisher. Iri' I

I ,mother temperance lesranee IU'mtSSTltlX) 26 models. $>29' t!r
11.I.r.oo"sGOODYEAR ( ) The Siamlard' ; of the WorlA r.
'"" In its broad
efficient 8cylinder 90-dcxwe V- 4. / ,
i moderation in all Convening with the church at I I -'" E1 .- ., ,.. Luxurious Podie by fisher I .

''n eating drinking nrosker, October 16th and J 17th. .. ...... fixren.ive rtnit of I flCO f.I

,"frislnK. in umuse- 1V4vlnexiay. Q1 6'07 LJ l' upholstery combination. ''fCL -/
I "all things connected !, 10 a. m. Devotional led by Uev. I' IIIGII PRESSURE WALLOONS s. 11' T11i:.-t:..... ( Price*f. I). b. Factor***) se;t tpOAKLANII !
E5 1 '
H. K. Blanchard. ALSO :.
Men days when It was 11 a. m. Introductory sermon wa: t.::. re'J:. _ liHlIi hl,1O! ) - -- $;,7UI : "t.IIEVIlOUr VIKING Can0n7Motnre; : ,Mid'. I E Automatic Refrigetv- i
; "
./ 11I:1.10: ::0'' 1.1..1; - it/1,55!! Q tlvp AI) itlcnt models with. cold-con- ;
'manufacture and sell In- by the moderator, Uev J. 1., Nor- I :to\i 1-2: (1 IS. _ (' ( nu beh.nd ha .
I .. IIH.Hi! :10' 1.51); _. !!kL53:3'I ; !/ :\ poNTt BUICK Wh.' xn"r', ; 1 wlunub, \leQ ... Tu-ton cabineta. Price aad '
rls. :31': I 0 '
liquors and to operate: .. "''H.::. htILc".1, MI'1J o. rsnge to suit every family.
I __ 11I! ,;;;; ::141'( 1,7:> OLDShIUBiLa! ac.r.r
.. '
the advocates( of tem- Noon-Ilrefreshments. : ::( I $14':11I: 01AM" ;. .nl.I. .' : ';{ >LIGHT Electric! Plant*- !# '
I "id 1 1 of prohibition were' 1:30: p. m. Association called ..- ffiIO.l,1 :lhi.OU; MAJ\.Q\JE'J'f 6 loch's"" ... Thu 1 aB Water Sytrems Provide all clecrmaJconveniences '

't' n as visionary reformers I to order. Roll call of churchesand : a\ 4 12Wtl __ __ ___ 1115.13 :J4h..OO. -- -- ._- IIIIf.riO 0 Oc.\DILLAC. Irma_!: 771 v'pps 1 nuru MJ ; :: aB and labor saving devicesor f I'I '
:Jthii: _. - :F1.11131't Raf".e' '0. valve ( I'
""' ates of liquor Insisted on enrolling delegates. : 1-2 811I.O.1 A.'OlDadC be .f( ;kn ithecaa the um.
:Jhi:1: : ._ -1$11/'SS! : fri.id..O.( aad (rhb.: J' -
-t1I1.010 -- -- ulJew
a '
-Kul right to make and sell Election of officers I.:: : III Upy,advc w.w

: reap reward from alcohol Report on Foreign Missions 30'(5 Ill 8 ply __ IIII.IO :Jhfl.OU.: / ----- $13.45: :> OLi.b.I'I......h.. ORw paStrrast t'DO.. .'.',.,'....- TUNE. IN 'General Motors Family
I It __ $3\ l.SO :32'O.SUBitch's : : __ -- ----- .15.2 I ../.,,..-"M"ndar.9OP.M: (Ea! nrrn
> IIU 10 Ply
products Rev. O. P. Kaymond. 32'(0 -- -
without regard Standard Tim.). WEAF! and 37 sauce "
slur to others. They proflt- Report on W. M. U by Mrs W. "II : ated radio tr....0_ ', I II (

') 'h l bauchery and destruction J. Epperson. !1
'' Station f
eir neighbors and their neigh- Report on State Missions, Rev. Service N.- is 1N Ir -
s' n. '
families C. A. Crosby. Adrd".4, -.,---- .

':'ut now, when prohibition has Address by member ot state STARKE, FLORIDA 11II"." ,\ .roc 1 \t 1,

adopted into the national and board.
\:t' ....,-.;
any> all) slate constitutions and 7:30: p. m. Devotional l led by
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11, PAOK RIGHT nn.\nl<'OH)) COUNTY TKLHOIIAIMI.; HTAflKK... ).'1,01111'T'U"" U'. .Ml.
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Bradford County Telegraph a. In :.illnient&! plan!i. ) "u'll m>e lilY lights, !! ;.it nil, ;;"Tin l.ppci onorvoi II ,ra,i, k bum-" i .

''w; Established 1877 FROM OTHER: PENS i Home day, notice that the mate laws rood from Sim! i? .1

in IjlcHsiiiKs: liom above" regarding/ lights on motor vehicles This road! Kiioinrarlv ,..i ,

I ., lllll'lllll.' llllilllllllllllllllllllllllulllllllllllllKlllllllllilin'I. lllltlll !II I,milllll, 'millfllilll III( "lulu, 11,411 i, .,IIIPIII10!i .INtlIpiIIU0, "inn.,nl4"", : "it may bf HO." i said at last must be moro strictly( observed. one-hall 'n I, '
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C'' Published Weekly on Fridays; !' and Entered as Second Class And I "Sometimes you cannot tell" Coveriior: Carlton him received so ed when golim I '
ad roods .
: : ('rat. And an.Ocala
I bought myself a new fur coat many complaints about 1 ghllass: though this nun,,
Matter at the Post Office at. Starke, FloridaE. lIablo orchard man i'or .
Don't have more I tin'11 ( to have made a And also one for Nell (cars that he Is asking for officers longer than t th,. (II i 1

S. Matthews ___ ___..______ __ ____. Owner and Publisher If you can help It. J livening Star. While Then all at once collectors came. to tighten down on the drivers of when road 2s/ ,i- ,
llher\ Keen following the I'll ndver, never look the same. cars without. the full number of Lake llutler to l.iU'KATIIKit;, '

tl, I. C. Robinson____ ___ __ _____ _- ______ Managing; EditorSUBSCItIPTIO'J hint Tallahassee u strong /!( In Tarpon Springs. I told my wife, "You are to lights Sheriff l Kpperson; wpins/ _-+ .

;; man, in Ocala was blame" that a bulb only coats a few cents,
s ---0 .-Ocala Danner And jumped into the well. and (the smallest flue and! added : : J Id(I ,?, ; I
1 : RATE The eyesight of \!
( osts will bo sufficient to buy a
add a line or two:
t 1"I'' Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c: -Payable In Advance tor Uohinson of the ', front porch, a man I jumped into the well, boys, hundred new bulbs. Week Hate ending 1\111"o), i,, '.
graph Is unimpaired i jumped into the well. ,
by the DoFunlnk 1
Advertising Rates on Application. vancing years. He A ]1U>th near and far H'mJ.'I',; : C'Itlii.U:\ 1'J IMSIIID: Oct 2 /b i"
.. / Lafayette coun- O't 3 ,
-- .1;
windy days
on Installments
aro .
his grapes to the .
Oct" 4
Kansas City bridge player had his grave dug with four something of a \ S. It ought to be' Invent.ona straight from Hell. The Way Construction Company Oct G //\11
a I
lem.-Gainesville .
Wednesday completed the last of
books the Lake-
spades. --eJ. --- concrete Oct 6 Si,
curb and workon
;: The Lako Wales (the gutter
-- -0-- C, Hoblnwon, ) a good paper, but Occupation Tax Call Orange and Hay streets, O't.Oct. S 7 1\1\,; ,

,b First strawberries of the season made their appearance the Starke Telegrapt : not wear kilts. and the Duval Construction Company Oct. I 9IIRiNGN) aq/ ;

/. thinking up something Must\ Be Paid Now Immediately !started:! work on .
; this week. says' If a stuttering/ Beach Post was not (Iho additional paving! provided for --. .

q :J-- start to say Klsslmmee by tho town as well us wideningthe nil K: ,
hitching purposes the Say Collector S'J'II! ltl\ .,?l all, ,
i It remains to be seen what color a convention of iodine likely /get kissed Is not a rock base on Madison street.
it' : pleted the other two 1 nil rock base will be completed John
I Prevatt.
County "in .
{ will the town. A.I
; boosters paint County lax collector C.
PI TimesUnion.The wire nor wireless, within ten days. Starke, brought' u..,
Knight announces that the o'cupa-I
f i. ---- ----- -0 Citizen Is not a -.- strawberries of tin, .1

Newspaper writers using long words never figure on the !I IIi'Ulo's ] ) Apopka Chief is not were tional due license October taxes for first 1929-1930 and the I .',\JU.I'X'I'toIts: : IMN.\Ti.; L.MIOK Monday, placing ,.un.I, I;

it. Can opener 'tis\ of Daily News. the Telegraph ofnun, ,
of ink to print
amount necessary law does not provide for any extension -
} Friend in em -a- Siiper'ntendent! Grams: has accepted and ripe berries. "n I ,, "
of time. He requests (that
l --'-----0 Of I thee I sing./ I the offer made by the carpenters brought to Plant ( "

,, Take more interest in school athletics and the children When burnt brown each one Is required to secure of Sturke to donate their last wuek. these! .11., ",

will take interest in school work. And sinks the ten ) ; : ; same do so at once Hervlco free of cost In rebuilding rice reported" fin i l'' ,
more Town i Mr. Knight adds further that
k You save a \ I the old shed on the schooI'' :
tho leg'slature of 1919 passed laws a1
I o---i --
Oh kitchen ground; to use a* a storeroom.The lo mature In thu '
._-,--,-,,-, requiring! a state and county license '
While engineers are studying gasoline knocks, politicians -New Port crowded condition of the -
ry } I -.-o from football on some businesses that school has made It to -.---
k games \ neeenusrv -
kicks. : : --
consider the -
q had better consumer were not covered under the old = ,;::
The talk.es: are more weak heart. At the utilize every bit of space In tho
o than the movies I. game In Tampa law. lie suggests that each one building/ and the ger roua offer

'irsp( Tallahassee Democrat advises its readers that they do the names pf the a man fainted fell who Is. engaged: III business of any by workmen and supply men willgive FLORIDA I A
kind In the county come to his office -
not have to pay the gas tax-if they walk. the assistant sound just as V. M. I. and ascertain whether or not / : the high/ school god-slzcd/
t the relatives and long pass and run htoreroom on the grounds for storage -
r :' 0- these: on the screen, In of seventy-three they are on occupational license of surplus materials now in 1'HUATU E

One unhappy paragrapher says a man' cannot be happy the home address and Tho collector Bays that the law the u-ny'ln (lie school building. home of YltHii|'| <,ine
him to collect this licensetax ..
nil unless he tries to make some woman happy. cf the authors, :( his money's worth requires PROGRA1SCom.Oct.llth.,
rr4 and I that t those not having paid Hu.11)
other hslp-Palatka ; From now on he < ('O\IP..I'I'I'U: : :I
4 -- I I What of the unearthly his attendance to same after October first are sub- 192S\; \

'i I Headline in Leesburg Commercial reads "Three A'ut have mibst'tuted'! for In the lounge jecting themselves to a fine. L. M. Cray, contractor for the -,

: in Lake" Playing tag with the fishes? 'I tears? Y. M. C. A. short stretch of road between
r Tag Agents:, I Monday and Tuesd\\
-0I Must Pay Up Or I rovidenco and the Lake City-
u----- I The Bradford County \ ('/ of the Florida I Gainesville Highway, known as "Fast Coin narl/, "

Classified for rent adv. in Lake Wales Highlander reads : announces that / ( was heard on the Forfeit HomesThat Wit!,
I Ii
"Bedroom with 8 windows." Must have a wonderful view. !' Green will "light" for (' during the game. 1 1I I Jack Oakie, "Skeels\\
grower. We do not by any of the 'i
0-- the new law enacted by Gallagher and
'H "fight, especially In but by some of 'I
The new city occupational tax went Into effect October with the best dressed \ schools staunch sup- the last session of the legislature I II lire,,!
directed at the evil of non-payment I
1st but the agents and solicitors are still canvassing the town. gress. He might soil remarked that the of taxes, Is constitutional and will I I ALI TAMtINt:
'i late suit. That did not give a yell I
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a Green will be useful until the /game accomplish the purpose for whichit I I _

Dread of opening of school in the fall is partly offset in grower In Florida, over, even neglect- was Intended, seems to be the II I
general of who STARKE FLA. Wednesday"ALinr
opinion attorneys
a "' the small boy's mind by the knowledge that circus'season is I Haying lie knows how as the team came on have\ studied it carefully. Whereas ,
4 % the spirit to help, this criticism -- -- ------ I
t near. under the old laws there was II
or not we do not
question as to the validity of a I With
-o Ten cents straight the V. M. I. Allies
#, Bishop Cannon prefers to have the public think on "Ras- ed for all obituary In an cxc/tlng; tax deed It Is clamed under the Mon.-Tues U-L; I I"NecllUcCobb's A Special Cast
law to be title and
new perfect
business! who who do who the yells were a AM T.IIUThursday \;(,
i kobism and liquor" than on "Cannon gambling and war profi- that under it property which has .
tise while living. but they seemed -
teer." been sold for taxes can he trans- /tough i
I rcrlbers will bo the impression tnat
ferred without cloud Its
1 0 per line for an section was any upon i
I ii title. ers" !ii and Fridtt!

i l Senator Heflin is convinced there is a plot to depress the Advertisers (and cash In hospitality. Below Is given a summary of the I i
will receive as good; a I IUMM: : : KICK ..INITulaO. I JIIOltI "His Glorious \igl\\
price of cotton. The senator probably thinks it is a religious we are capable of dancing casino an- provisions of the new law: : :
1. Taxes imposed shall be I WlLholm
boycott. any charge whatever. [ I Dance'for Friday I: itomiis:
y first lien, superior' to all other
i-i In your subscription, I! prize to be given for I ./ Gilbert!
---C ii ien'i: \ and shall continue in effect
holern IK. abroad In appearance. .1n Ih Synchronized with 'IJ ,
in Melbourne Oct. until discharged I KpiMxIe TI.t.Tllr.: ;
South Florida Press Association meets by payment.
Altoonti, (Kan. ) Sun.Tal"C embarrassment if and Uiai.Saturday'

25-26th. and that city is making big preparations for the -- receive the prize 2. Lands sold may be redeemed -. I :Mictn Y -
"t. upon payment of face of certlfcuto I .
'" Florida's I three costume! -- .. .. --- -
press gang. and Interest, at any time before .
.. sioners have been -
o--- '!'BBitunce of tax deed, or before 1
portarit committees of who killed an editor Thurs.-Fri. 17-1S

Believing there is some good in everything the Arcadia Association of several weeks ago/ Circuit foreclosure Court of tax Hut certificateIn no deed II I I "She Goes tots\\ \

Arcadian credits present clay styles with elimination of the ties commissioners, /: away to what has shall be Issued or certificate foreclosed -
1 letters!:! received by ed desire of mil- "Patent Leather Kid" With
"Peeping Tom"" prior to two years from date
l Charles Webster of ]
; first hand-press was A Special ('rsl 1
-p president of the / long df certificate.! IU.'H.n.U'llml! : MISS::;
I ago. 3. Certlf'cale!' held by the state Music, Sound and 'I ,,ei I I
x Policemen pestering parking petters publicly panned by Chairman A. S. WelU, Issued in 1929! for sale of lands I i'oim-dy "l'\lLU) 1'1'r; ; I
member of the -
Senator Blea'se, who thinks the cops could find more profitable a valuation; Hugene S. Is keep wrong asking/ with the the for non-payment of 1928 taxes -. ----- -- -- .. -
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l t, work to engage in. the committee on ?" At present may the be etato redeemed now or or at purchasedfrom any other Talking or Singing Cuf :

merce commission that we can see
o time by paying to the clerk of the Saturday Will I
accounts, and Mrs. It. Daily
theater Is that we
Sarasota Times recommends two things as likely to cause circuit court, the amount of the
I the committee on (' of a ticket. ,
drivers to lose control of their'car-driving with one hand and transportation. -- tax, interest, and accrued cost "SUNSET PASS" -
These (certificates bear Interest of
skipping monthly payments.The mercial. but believe 18 per cent for the first year, 10 ,uno:: liOLI' 1O. & .IOC )lat.Vo: Mti toS.Uui.ln.v & ,
-o- .- I t In< & l'
.Mutl <'e( : I'I
per cent for the second, and 8 per- I
The Hamilton ('ou who FL1'
Soviet government postmarks letters with the warning Jury, in their cent thereafter, and wall: be ripe Comcdf/-Hot Skolch GAINESVILLE. I

should filed at Jasper, turned for foreclosure or tax deed two === ;
Y' "Think before you kiss The flappers adopt as little stories years hence. -= I

t'. counter slogan! "Do your thinking at home." refreshing: different 4. Certificates held by the II I

a,' o quently from the used.old This them up state issued In 1928 for sale of G' S 52S'c57525 525 525 cS25 52525Z5Z5252S252S2575 5'r

'' Men are not successful as women in securing heart balm says: that the Increase lands for non-payment of 1927 rI r
taxes and years )prior thereto, cannot I
; at the hands of the law. They are supposed to have more law fenses In directly and minor traceable get paid be sold prior to January 1st.

.t sales resistance than members of the weaker sex. islature of Florida" for 1930, but may be redeemed by the I

( di' ,. o and Jamming thousands owner, and probably a reduction ,
obtained If application !is made

Florida papers are putting up their circuit judges as and essary tbat laws the on people lie durng: September October and \

candidates for governor. It's too early to start this game- responsible: because t November, 1929 to the delinquent s;' ( e

the next legislature might put on an elimination contest. (he statesman to the of lax adjustment board. However
the politician to serve after January 1st, 1930, these may I
>- he purchased, some of which will
ests at Tallahassee
Since Mr. Ford said would go out of the manufacturing Gland bit of thruth to ( -spares then be more than two years old I

'4 ;, : business if the saloons were to come back, some ment, but the grand says that modern and of consequently deed. ripe for foreclosure I ,1 I

he is to do with (U hard to cure the Rex appeal. Per
what going
of his competitors are wondering 5. The greatest change made I 2 1
Mad.HO Kilter; pH e-K Is aging. cy
his plants in Canada and foreign countries. -.0 by this law Is that any certificatetwo I O V C ,ljlC

o The Gainesville -: the Titusville Star- years old or more may be I
foreclosed in equity the same as a I
Hooch and high heels arc driving this nation to perdition Circuit Judge A. V having quite a time mortgage/ and that the purchaserat
ernor, and the Joe
according to an Illinois candidate for the senate, who wants Lake City, declares to stay on the pa any sale In suits for foreclosure ''I

to limit the drinks for men and the high heels for women. Is any Judge Florida don't see what all shall be entitled to a deed and! '
the same process and remedies to ,
the votes? gubernatorial timber It 1 / Is about though-
From whom will he get necessary obtain possession of the the
Hal Adams of Mayo" good. prem- 11't
o ises as In suit' for foreclosure of
now serving/ on the \

_ Tax on dealers in bankrupt stocks has been upheld by ami by direction of \ mentioned Mr. Dlg- conveyed mortgage.by The such title deed to shall the be land Indefeasible I The Age of Conquest is .')

agree to run, the
Bartow judge. The tax does not affect legitimate sales, but fall in line behind! say, you are as to all parties defendant

it has had a wonderful effect on clearing the state of bogus whatever "power of : the following poem to the action. Not Dead!

6. If the constitutionality of thin
bankrupt, fire, shipwreck type of merchandising. there lI1:1.y'be In hIt
..... And If Hal will not radio is upheld by our supreme
} 0 ". man In mind, but do dollars down. cou'rt-and no one has yet pointedout True the Norsemen no longer scour foreign shore*!
Punta Gorda man was awakened by .sounds of music any constitutional detects el'
1 to turn him out of the another brand new for land and plunder. For this the era of peaceful I
: ,1P coming from his bathroom and investigation found it was the proper time cornea and the forecolaure proceedingsare that 11
conquest. by commercial rather 1\
the enterprise
lieve, however regulars!: title conveyed at
9, coming from one of the bathroom fixtures, used as a ground ceive the loyal, that he the town. foreclosure sale will be the fee- force of arms. II

for a discarded aerial. The matter is referred to Jiggs for 'launch Democrat In we didn't need the simple title and the fo'rmer owner "r

investigation and report. particularly those a mocking bird to will be forever barred and fore-, YOU NEED CAPITAL "
North Florida closed of all right to redeem and I!

s'r o Ideas. it seems to ; all the smiles he'd no longer will: a deed based upon 0a 0a Capital is as necessary to the expansion of >'Iur)

The law providing for marking school busses and requiring or west Florida man delinquent taxes be of doubtful 0o business as ships and swords to William! 'fH'
( when loading and unloading is validity but will be the paramountand
l' other cars to stop they are nuff" Governor of this to frown.
Conqueror. This bank solicits business! j
Live! superlorMltle, automatically your
r t:' in a fair way to be made non-effective through practice of Oak Democrat a great big Frldt- extinguishing
the former
title wants to
t '--o and a help realize your plans for more profitJ
keeping the signs on the cars and trucks when they are used {.'lot'Idii' N>W |) &| love. :'nterests.CAIIS. o '1

r for other purposes than hauling children. Cars and trucks The names of a cents month a c
used for transporting school children should not.be used for newspapers have a turtle dove. LIUIITS a BANK OF STARIEal
any other purpose or the signs should be removed or covereu liner Saw with a man a little baking fun, : "Dear say what Following a general clamping a

when used for private purposes. rays of the Gainesville rant and act that down over the entire state In the a AN HONOR ROLL BANK 111c.
matter of one-eyed cars, cars with- .
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