Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 25, 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: UF00027795:02408
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( By BILL DUNCAN, ) A wire Mr Matthews,1 I
Two DrownedIn I to K S. fl'
III''fvllle, Oct. 25.-Tho band :'\'.'' -- !"'Iiir'da! Railroad Commissioner. Think Seaboard ,(f} '

I;hllng Gators that Is to Santa Fe Lake I Agreement by the two railroads miss on and the railroads of a'' Monday indicated!! that the Seabor.rd s; ?
I Growers Select Air Line and Atlantic CoastLine "
the Georgia Bulldogs on the! serving/ }Florida's strawberry section {towing/ major indi'Htry.Hutos will put in express refrigerator May ;:

i ipal grid at JacKsonville to- to Inaugurate exprags refilgerutcjr for the express service will service\ for Florida '
Hurley Tlionmx and Itrolhrr Low Board Directors strutiiK i ) With Other Road i ,
uw will be considerably dlf- 1.1's'hll on risliliitf\ Trip| car service Dec. 1 as an- be fixed! by the carriers, and it, ;, !(r'el'fth B fenHon. The dllilpal'h'from ..1

iii from the outfit which -ep- In Luke noaXed) Monday\ lu the Tampa after installation, they are conldereit -- ,' Tallahassee to Mr Matthews ----- \ ..

+lIed 1o'lol'da. against CeorMai : Tribune! means! that a greater part unfair At, Saturday's meeting of the was the result ot the Interstate Tampa Tribune (f'nrrli' Ht..ry
an adjustment bo
Saturday. With few Waldo, Oct IS.-Tragedy marked of,' tiq';'nation hereafter will have I may Bradford County Strawberry and I' Commerce Commission advising About Control (11RIlj11I1C "
last a
i frOhh strawberries I requested of the ;interstate commerce ''ho Florida hands
the outing today of Harley : on Its tables'n Vegetable) Growers Association! commission that Indi-
i 'Ions, practically! the same Thomas, 24, of Graham and his mid-winter. commission I "latlnns pointed to these two ru'l- -
and the same line-ups will In the opinion of E. G. Gardner, members selected heir I board of'
"is brother Billie, 18, of t Lawte Y. who ILnienns a widely: expanded reads fulling In line with tho The Tampa Morning Tribune
aced However, there are oth- went for a da y'e fishing on Santa market for Florida strawberries' president of the Galloway Shippers!' directors for the ('om'nil' year and I f Southern; and Southea tel'l. Express Thursday' said that control of the a ,

hinge about a football team Fe lake, about four males from ic.imerly limited by freight service association the oXI.resB I'erilce Is the Hucrtlary-troasurer of the anToclatlon. Company) In giving the service Seaboard Air Line railway -apparently '

h aro subject to change Waldo. Word came to city authori- but It also" means that the he most important th:ng that has Election': ot president I ordered to Florida growers. has passed Into hands of a

hlr time last week Florida's ties about t b o'clock this evening at raw'berry"revenue of the Atlantic !happened to the industry. This and vice-president was scheduledto II Unt:1 this time neither the Seaboard group: of men closely all'ed with j .

'Dui nrr:ved In Atlanta, a h hlgh-1 that both, boys had been drowned. I Coast Line and the Seaboard Air association Is 30 years old and Air.\ be held by the board of directors or Atlantic Coast Line had 'huge electric power companies of I''

''outod, well advertised team Details were lacking except It Llnc va'lroads! will be cut considerably' Gardner has been a berry shipperfor ; at a. meeting held Thursday made any step that would tend to the southeast and consolidation!

Tying a reputation and a ro- was said that the younger boy fell ): 35 years night of this week. The tnnn'..,. show growers that the American with another large transportation !, 'j 1

"nqlbfl'ty--that ot the task of out of the bout, and unable to On, freight shipments the roads "We bad gone to the limit of neat of a business manager for the Express; Company would provide lino Is probable a

beating Georgia Tech. swim, was about to go down when got 'the full revenue on the haul dlstribut'on: with the old system," growers association will be made express refrlpprator service over "Under' the new financing plan "

H players appreciated this re- Harley made desperate but unsuccessful 'Richmond, where their lines he said yesterday 'With the express first of tho year, the directors their lines for sections not served announced t last week, W. H. Clov- I .

'pon :billty to Its' fullest extent. efforts to save him. end. Now they will get approxl- cars It will l-e easy to increase feeling that the services of a manager by the Southern Railway. Plans crdale, New York becomes cha'rman I N

!If had been drilled Into their heeds Immediately after news ct the md\ely, hal of what they got heie- 1 the output fn the state to would not be required before were In the: mik nn In 1 mfh St..*1''o of the beard and a new directorate -

i I'll'>i almost three years. For two doublo drowning had become totore, the other half going to the three times whaCit is now and yet that date. and Lawtey to truck berry shipments was elected composed of ;

'Months thousands of supporters known searching parties were organized ; express company. ma:ntaln the price because of ability Composing: the ,board of illror-I I to Hampton ttr ,.upu..t. persons heading power concerns 1 i,

"sad served as constant reminder in Waldo, Lawtey, Starke; Auction house people In the to rrach all markets. I am tore me Messrs. G W. Illnsun, W via the Southeastern:" in case the in Georg'a: Alabama, Mississippi, ,+.

their impending duty. Then a and other communities adjacentto east have insisted that It the berries confident the service Is going to M, Edwards C A, Crosby, L L. I I Se.iboarl failed to provide the faster Louisiana and Arkansas," the article -
max, 7,000 rabid followers ac- Santa Fe lake and at 10: 1C tonight could he moved to Boston, for thus enlarge the business without Connor and Z. B. McCain, Mr A, service. says. I
,impnnied the team to Atlanta en both bodies were recovered example, In half the time hereto- hurting the price.and.that we t are R. "McRao was elected lecretnryUvasuror Considerable pressure has also "To those familiar with the new !lIJ:

mane: laud'ng; these.Gators to the that of Harley Thomas being: located fore required there could be a to see In the berry industry a rapIdly of the body. been brought to bear on the Const plans since the sale of the big ';' j I

Idea, and dispensing right and left by Dr Stevens and that of wider/ market spread, which Is to grow.'ng: and Increasingly!: Since I the organization meetingon Lino and Seaboard nerving the berry block of Seaboard stock held by :''j I

,ntormallon as to what their team Blllle by Charles Williams. They say distribution through the bulk valuable Item of Florida wealth" October 18th, membership\ In sect'ons! around Lakeland and the estate of the lato S. Davlea i''

was about to do were taken in charge by a local of New England clt.'es.! They have I The new rates wilt be important, the body has been steadily growing Plant City to provide the express Warfleld, long chairman of the '

Last Saturday this Florida undertaker and conveyed to the argued 'that berries arriving therein ; Gardner said II these are excessive according to a statement bya service from the Plant I board, a consolldat'on with another ; y+'"

ream'i high-scoring: champions con- home of the relatives at Graham.It three days would be In better I as compared to w'lut' they are member of the board of direc; City section last week Indicating line seems probable," he '

tenders for national honors, etc., Is said Billie was living with shape for distribution outside of : nnv, he declared, it will seriously tors. Following the election of that buyers were considering contracting newspaper continues. Three lines j ,4

ntcred the game against Tech as relatives at Lawtey, where he attended Boston than berries arriving; in handicap) the movement and 'an i the president and vlce-pretildnnt, with operators ot a fleet aro mentioned .- the Illinois Centinf ; s+M

top-heavy favorites, ns a team school, while the elder son double that time.It easily defeat the good purpose of plans will be made for a member of automobile, carrier trucks to Norfolk and Western and the l''

which had been pointing for three resided with his widowed mother, I is the 'understanding of growers .the rapid transit facilities. He be- I jlilp drive in every section. The bring: ; strawberry shipments to Chesapeake and Ohio :1'f i.
i ,'ars to the victory which It' !leom'd Mrs. Alice: Thomas, at Graham. and others' that to get the bene- lieves It the Louisiana rate Ismalnla'nell ofllcers\ are wall pleased with the Hampton for express handling. Mi. Cloverdale, according to the I :
certa'n about fit of the best rate carload proportionately for Official announcement li> Tribune, Is chairman of the board
they were to re- The father died about one year express start the organl..at'on has made, expected 'I' ';
,'fve. ago. lots must be shipped to one point.A Florida it will be about eight centsunrt and feel that the assurance of refrigerator to be made wIthIn< the next few of the Pierce Petroleum company; I''

Tomorrow afternoon, as I these i halt car to Baltimore and the R -) into eastern territory avid < express s"rvco! for both : days by the two railroad of their! president of the Canadian Steam- ,i;!" ,i

,a mo Florida Gators begin a conflict Funeral services of the (two other half to New York, would will not be objectionable. Stmke uuj Liwtey will result, Ii it )plans for the coming nnon. Outside ship company; of the Midland "

with Georgia, they are just brothers were held Saturday after- cost more. Moreover, more berries Thirty days aro Mr. Gardner larger number of growers coming I of the acreage In Bradford Shipbuilding company, and of the \

'covering from a severe beating noon at Dedan cemetery, near will be handled In an expresscar thought.the crop' would not be any In for the purpose of assuring! c.ir- county, conseivatlvely estimated Pierce 011 company, and Is a director "I \ 4'

served them by Tech's Yellow Brooder, and was attended by than in a freight!; car, the former larl{&.' ,hlllIII."t year "I havehunged lot shipments. it 2,000.acres, farmers north rn of several other large ':

laekets. They are scarcely given citizens from nil sections of the having a much higher; minimum ; my estimate In the I last; --4 Aliichua aro beginning to grow porations Including half a cor'I':: 'I'

in even chance to win over the county, Harley Thomas leaves a load. few days," he said yesterday. "I ... berries lu, rons'derablo! railroads.! \ft
Bulldogs. They are being panned wife 'and one child As reportedfn Cenerally speaking though, would not be: surprised If It Is 20 .VITKU'TIVH i I I'IKMJIIAMS Fun Last season, berries qllantltllI'l The new directors as listed by 1, I
freely as "over-rated," "erratic", Starke. Harley Thomas wait, growers have insisted that it they ;percent larger: :(; This Is due to the I KMONHTI\TIO\:: ( l-'Alll ''from the Blaike platform from : the newspaper, Include Preston S.Arku j +. i rt

tnd are not even cot'sldered as serious iwtmm'ng to shore following the can get their product to tbe.hlg markets train 'Incllnat'oii! on the of Every evening ot the Demon counties; Power I ,
contenders' tor the Southern back on passenger time part compnny; Harvey '
but turned
boat turning,
will have oiany. to put out more plants than stration Fair, given by the 'Vonsan's Couch Pine
"inference title. when when he found his younger they a bigger revenue Bluff, Ark., pres'dentof Ji
(If the truth could be known, brother unable to make his way and that with this new method of they expected" Club of Starke, Oct 21, 26 Berry Hen.lVln I 1'111'4'; | ''" Tight the Arkansas Light and Power I),
the H, M. Anderson" secretory of the and 26th, very attractive free programs Tampa, Fin Oct. 21.Two
members, of the Gator quad" niljhti to safety. lIe reached his brother transportation Florida crop : ? rull- company, the Louisiana Power H',
i, found to be. far more comfort- but was unable to reach,shore with will command a high Belling rate, Plant City association told M H. will beglven. roads handling 90 per rent of company, and the Mls l8slppl Pow- !Ih u !

ible In their new environment that the extra load and sank, Both both wholesale and retail. I Seed! l, of Lakeland, a friend nil Thursday evening the following Florida's, winter' strawberry crop, ,I er and Light; company; E. Y. ;'

'hey were beforehand. With a de- bodies were found within a few I, The Tampa berry !section is con- booster of the Miller Auction. company program: in charge of Mrs it. A. have agreed to carry out instructions Yates, Birmingham Ala., vice! !': I'

pleted reputation there 'is less to feet of each other. I fined to a. small area, largely to that tha express card were Weeku! will be given: of the Interstate commerce president of the Southeastern ii'' rr

worry about. I within' 40 miles fit Tampa. A large going to mean great things to all Opening number Piano solo commission to furnish express refrigerator Power and Light company and '!.d
of the Florida wellwlthlit'tnat the growers! Mr. Seed Is connected Paul Knight. tar service to I
Those Gators are bound to fight percent crap is growers general manager ot the Alabama
Against Georgia. They must stage County Teacher'sAssociation I range, with Lakeland, with the Palmer Farms company Specialty, -- The Patent Leath. after December 1, it way learned Power company. Other new mem- d j ,,

an uphill battle from now on; PJanycityGalloway) and In smaller at Sarasota "Nothing more 'r Kids Mrs. J. R Boring, Jr., here today. tiers listed are Oscar Wells, Birmingham 1... f

(there there is no possibility of ov- Sat.The degree Kathleen and Auburn- far reaching In value to the berry Miss Virginia Weeks. In a wire to producers In this bank president, former 4 i! I 1 '

er-confidence. Georgia has defeated dale'in one large group and a business could have happened," he Chorus-MHH'| J Kntelle Kendrick, state Senator Park Tramm!! otFlor'da president of the American flank1} 1'

Furman Yale and North largo ,proportion in Bowling Green said "If'11.'rates: are not' biosied Dora Mann ng, Eva Marrotte, paid rates would bit left eri', nssoclat'on and Norman H. I !

Carolina, and.will bo seeking re- next Bradford held CountyTeachers' and Arcadia: area with an increasing so that the! service: ran be used It Leila Dea Andrews, 'Thelma Au- to the carrier", bJt: 'f shippers fell Davis, financial advisor to President :IJ,
will be In
venge for the licking administeredto meeting !!:, output around Saranota. Berries will mean more money for everybody dreu Hazel Adklnn, Lois Colley, I they were unfair protest could be Woodrow Wilson at the ;

them by Florida last The Hampton on Siturday!: November9th /,''Also are shipped from Orlando ', berries In the markets In Annie Mao Pearce made to the commission."I peace conference and at one time I' 1

Bulldogs' line,with Roland! year at center at 10 o'clock. ',_ jmlnts In Sumter county, and better shape" Reading, selected -- Miss Hi>zelMlddleton. was Informed by \Vllllam p, acting secretary of state in the Ir '.J
assembly.Snnir. .
and'Smith, an end as stars, is General. arouud: Starke. The bulk of the -.-- Kartell, director of seivk-p of the Wilson administration, the; TI'lb"idII h
showing Itself to be one of the ---, to-- be selected cropfJt4wover, centers about Plant Vocal solo, selected Mrs. R. commission! that he just had telegrams -' line says, !
Devotional Rev. F. M. Taylor. JACKSONVILLE AUTO K I
J, Davis.A .
most formidable: of any !In the Cfi ;:4 Lakeland, Galloway discussion of field day OFK IIHJIIWAYAn
General a big box of candy will be given 't'
'; Green where the Improved and Seabosrd Air Line
Southern acceding -
conference. A powerful i
Mr. F. D. RlckPnbackor. 1'lml.I'I&'H.: : LICKNHI-: :
program- the. holder of the
< lucky njmber } "
backfield rail service will be most important to the demands! for Instala-! ,
composed of Downs
Inspirational talk-Supt. A. J. automobile occupied by H. received when registering! ; Thurs-! TAX IS: UNDER. F1KB. 1
quarterback, two hard-driving .. Heretofore the crop has tlon ot the (expreHS'retrIKerat'r)
G rl ffiJ! O. Sutton and his family, all of
:lay evening I ;, I
moved! almost wholly :in car service the
halves In quart telegram RaId
Waugh and Chandler, High school section: Jacksonville ran over a fill ,at Nrw Tallahassee, Oct 16. Suit to
boxes : )Friday evening Mm. A, E, Wall
; and has been I largely con- Growers declared Installation
and of
Rothsteln full rallied in ,'
What We Should Teach Our York River, near Lake Butler. Saturday will :have charge of the enjoin the state comptroller and f I,
programas V'the
tha. final period of the North Carolina flned/to New and nearby service meant a widely expanded -
N nth Orade English Stud iita- night, according: to Information follows: tax collector of Nassau county"I
game to score two touchdowns Mrs. T. T. Long./: markets;, The express cars will received here, but pot one of the Piano solo--The Polish Dance market for them, but a 'on In from collecting the peddler's license t
brlnp 'the Miller Auction! UTe
com revenue to
piny railroads becausethe I'
Two touchdowns were also Good Methods of Making Daily I occupants was hurt. by George Eggetlng I -- Eunice Ca- tax, authorized by the 1929 ;,
of Hammard[ : La., Into the terrltor'Iand latter must split the \
scored against Yale. Following, a E. II. Collier. The driver of the Income legislature has '
Lesson Plans-Mr. not car apparentlydid nova. been filed in federal I'P' r1P
surprising: defeat suffered at the Some Methods of Supervised soon It this season not see the detpur sign at the Piano solo Evelyn Brlnson. whit express companies whercaH court, at Jacksonville, AttorI I
will, llave all the pack In pint they all .
now get
hands of Oglethorpo early In the Play-Mr. S, S. DowIJng. till, report stated, and the automobile Junior Glee Club-Wyoming revenue on shipments ney General }Fred II. Davis was advised ,
boxen.1' Express ear facilities! will In their: freight !
mason cars.
Georgia Las developed
Intermediate section: leaped over the edge forty Lullaby by Wlll'ams. today ;1 J
'apdlly, and now Is looked! upon as Good Methods of Making Daily put the berries into the New Yorkmal'ltt. feet to the ground. The machine Martheta by Shortzlnger. movement also would cut The suit, which attacks the act ,i l
>t the morning of the thirddalnstead
"">uo of the itrongest elevens In (he Lesson Plam--Mrfi.( F. n. Hart. I landed on Its tour wheels and was Mandolin and guitar duet trans time In half, delivering as "unconstitutional, and confiecar.:1:t
,'uth. (;:(! of the fifth day, as It Lrrrles to northern and western ,
Character, Education Air.\ T. i not damaged.-Tlmes-Unlon, Sunshine and Mildred Hundley. te ry", was filed on behalf of the i'liIeyhold
thc with '
Over-confidence1 be PUP now fre'ght. market In three days. Another
can hardly B. Plnholster. I :--- Violin solo Alice Baking company and ':
'h6I'ller!\ i Fernandez.
ompany shipped advantage
aid to be the cause of the unex- The automobile was said to lie In theopen'ng Dethel "
Some Methods of SupervsetlFlayDlr. referred to Piano solo Paul Knight E, Bellamy an employe of
i '-ted! beating which Florida re- Cbas. B. Frisbee from. Louisiana last spring to 86ril'fey above was the second car to go Oft'l I A Vo Yo contest wall: bo held to Florida growers of the the firm against State ComptrollerErnest I' y'
i.t kuts. Carload I
mal move-) tar lot auction
system marketng
ived from Tech. best i
The ans- Primal section: the end of the grade into the space this evening with prizes to be given Amos and Elizabeth O. Hlg-
of Florida >
out heretofore
"" ''r to any question concern'ng Good Method of Making Dally I mf'p havV} been held to be occupied by the new bridge; away, ; followed extensively by Louisiana ginbotham, tax collector for Nassau i'I
largely In halt
rte whys and wherefores seems to Lesson Plans-Mlgs Olive Ray. dozen markets, with New York a on state road 28 across New Riv Saturday evening (under the direction growers +-- county. ;, 4

f' Tech itself. In the short space' Character Education Mrs\ Boston and Philadelphia dominating. cr. A Chevrolet coupe, carryinga of Mrs A. Z. Adlkns the The principal attack against the : i I

1 a week, Coach Alexander Blanche Edwards. i The 86 Louisiana: buying renters' Georgia license tag, ran past the following program will be given: I ('JU\JoIN: : i.v HTH.\\VIHIIUY: act Is aimed at that part which
Banged the team which was de- Some Methods of Supervised dead-end sign posted on the roada Orchestra .U-ICII.UJK oviit: LAST! rum: excepts from Its provisions dealer
ited by North Carolina, 18-7, Piny-Miss\ Ethel Gri fin. .''are as far away as Seattle, considerable distance from the Quartette male. HKH.V: 'IIY v.tiuor.s onow.ns.: In fish, fruits and other com modItles '
fe'ranclsco and Los
San. Angeles. ____
'"to a snappy, smooth-playing Each talk! Is expected to be only fill and d'ved! down the thirty foot Saxophone and piano duet- ---- I while the handling of bread ''J J 'I'
Tn& tdlclent refrigeration of
"f' >ven which did the right th'nga about twenty minutes lone, will pint embankment turning over and "Was it a Dream "Sleepy Hoi Plant City, Oct. 22.-Reports !H! brought within Its scope. I';,!i
,, boxes! In express cars make it
U' the right time. He developed C. S. Laird, Chairman practically wrecking the car. Oc- low," by Cleo and Lena Belle from growers in various sections '"
possible to deliver berries: that far
perfectly balanced backfield, program committee. In even better condition I'I'awaY' cupants of the car escaped/ with Shepard of East HlIl8borullv.h county Indi I)F.\TU 01'. J. II. RUT ti
"Ith Dunlap doIng the passing, only a few bruises.Smlth's Vocal solo Mrs It, J. Davis cute that there w'll: be an Increise ,1 1 t tB.
the than they ran now be provided In ,
Iareo sticking to the defens ve, budding reserve tackle kicked\ Garage pulled this car In the strawberry acreage this t
tho eastern section. In other An old fashioned spelling bee J, Sapp, the last member of
")il Thcmason and Mlzell doing extra point. from Its year over last year. Early season -
resting place at the bottom
touchdown words the express cars make the match will be held Saturday eve- a pfoneer! family of the New River I.i)
10 Tech rcored her first Indications were that thereof
ball-carrying. Dunlap's pass- of the fill and when he reached
ning. section died :
'he entire United States the market of suddenly Monday tL'
t was remarkably accurate within seven m nutes after the east end of the bridge found a. possibility of a alight
school of Bradford afternoon at the
.e county of 80
age J
the Flor'da berry whereas years. I.
''Izell .n fornTalmmultaneou l AllMithern -opening l tumble Florida her first lost play the under former regulations grower only a the Jacksonville party standing t "re: p'<*p-.ri.ijr! Intereit'ng ex'ilMts' the shrinkage in acrea e. However His life had been spent In this- t'',:':,
.. ball by on I on the roadway waiting op'nlon now among the .
could be reached with as well as the forestry department county almost from the time cf his '
On the other hand, the greatly and the swift exchange of punts i small part for assists ice. Dropping his load -+-, growers Is that there will be'' birth and he was one of the most 1.( :
In first class marketable \
the -
ared Gator backs failed to show which followed placed Tech just product : Mr. Smith brought the Jacksonville somewhat of an increase While I widely known men fn this section. .
.my thing like: what was expectedf 27 yards from the goal. Three Bhape. car back up to the roadway, TJ':.UtS ('1" IUUIH a large proportion of the plants Although had been in t')
later, Dunlap passed to MI- Berries now shipped out of Hammond -- :are believed to have been already:' poor ,
them. They presented a mls- plays pulling It for a. distance of 200 health for some time, his death
-able defense against Tech's atll for the icore. La., early Monday are served feet The south end of the bridge *et, the business of setting plains r

> ",sing attack. They didn't grin Passes! brought on all the Toch for breakfast In New York Wed- across Santa Fe river at theAla-, Is going merrily on and elpt'c'alJy was to unexpected his and friends brought sorrow I

1 Jlf: the the touchdowns. Early in the second nesday. The cars are handled In rhna county line was damaged last where wet weather has retarded many I '
made by Funeral i
yardage Dunlap heaved to !Maree\ full trains!, rushed through diversion RILEY: n KM* .'()Mriuun: "rriday night when a heavy car activities. service were held at the .1
,. They lost the ball five period. Snno c mett>rv "u'lIdlfternonn, rl
I for a marker and in the third po nts out of Chicago and from New York state tore off the _-_--. '
"nes Ird by fumbles. Only In Good-the quarter, Mlzell\ passed to Thom- I sent into market In faster than Amos Riley, colored, who shot 'md l and crashed Into the d'ten. \AMK OK. t'Of>rfl.. (.\X 4).iITTI Mesdames Surviving hint are t've daurhters.' i'
quarter did Cawthon, Hunt Connor, Newsum
train time. The effect his w fe last Thursday, order. ''I
tor a sixty yard ga'n and thevictors' passenger was Stat quarantine Inspectors stationed :))
"read, Crabtree and Dethea showhat ason i Molt and Barton; three sons M.J. .
I Louisiana better td held tor action by the i
touchdown. has been to give a I grand at this point stated the car
they could do. In th's perIod final I ., 0, W., and E. A. Sapp, and several f f f"r I
Florida kickoff following The' line was the one cheering I average price than Florida In Jury following a verdict that wa traveling south at a high rate In the minutes, of the city council grandchildren. r 1
look the third factor In the Gators' showing. Th the face of the fact that the Flor-. I lulia Map Riley came to her death of speed until the driver applied as published In l last week's 1ssuo i'j'J

touchdown the and Yellow marched Jackets stralrht play of Van bickol.: Hall and Nolanat i da product Is superior. from a shotgun wound by the h'. brakes so hard when he was of the Telegraph, at which r Stuart Building. permits Issued j ;

down the took a the ends was excellent while Tho new service will be Impor- hand of Amos Riley Riley Is be'n& about halfway across that his car meeting/ the apPo'ntivo officers of during month of Agust total-
heat field. Cawthon Waters at tackle and Steele, tant tJ the entire itate inasmuch! held In the county jaw: for swung sideways out of control and .he town were filled the name of ed 4195.000.

scampered lateral pass from Bathes end 'for and a Reeves and James at guard wereouttandlnr as It amounts to official recognitionby ionven'ng! of the fall, term of circuit smashed" the the bridge railing.' Councilman! L. A, Davis was omitted A chicken never eats an onon--
around left
few yards and a touchdown. PhUl. / the 'interstate commerce corny court Tile driver escaped Injury I through oversight, If sbe can get a date.r .


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..... : .. _.... .!I.- ; .. ;...: : i\o...? '. '"- ('UJI': .. ",,,'as wsaw T:., gar h4rr'k w.."rk; cosrr 1ageaker ItJ' the orafansatonof .alaYrddal ma.rn.ng hunt Jfl i: ( -

: S. 4 were .It isnek: <.'astn ag of //"Ior 10'"' :' n4'4 r.bureb
KT r"ri
X.fIr.rl.ill Jr "
the T.
.f' 7" psesa al 1M P. A-
? ,' :: _. .' ':t ilr. doagtxuaa: and e", X!** Tbo board ofMate ,-- .
iI .VA. fSJ( if EaptIat chump: Swaday -.c.a.I n. ti.ll&l/4l'1/ puWk a'...1.9 will at Vanderbilt Tuesday night rftcar:4a
II. _- were.. by the gills.. Thaaf traall&CdllC t..tJotu ai
ID ... 10:24: part (Ia ta* hart ontnrW. V nod eeea aMN. ata.I: ...........''nk., X yr. Jrt!I I. ... A..rm&D .a. : : wtn .

I. 4, :._ Caatrad Ha aaar, Holes, .L L. ........... wb0 baa' aa ta* c tj kalL la* roe lilt of I II. I :esissa I rt .1. M. Rasier'a Wudaea- receive"! t.1:! "'.,. ,
to ....... of
Yr-eat'e bath ........... ...a**.a bssn. Y'IN'7 BI In nth Golaa'Utahc. I vkidh will a* Band. for acbeol bra,',day aftervooa.M good
., "i ,... is g .e.y Fenn .. a Sek .. a7 peL-'. 1lt:11i.tt4rmnr : -ii licks OcVn and II1. ErwcU taI. has a .... of trltaais wbo! .tn*. .aaea Bath sad ACM Mpp Uahaeked com .

b awn. ---... o..w Psa.r.ra .. 'ado d.Ugbtod to know tkst br coo-' yr. .......... who was sxnetasl !sad Ida Ma Coarse and P. D. .pounds to the bu-.:. .
.5Df3Jr.5us: rttapoac>T the* rf to t_** aary .- .. 0911 ITnB* B. Format dip on. r mtwb bproeed. sad be jnf,; triaaarr of the eakteet daring., Rdbk of VaaderkiH, a..*.dodLbwvfe tile Mat Prison ra. .:;

y# upon tE a sad. derotava 01 doe awst M a.... lay alb e'll'-li. l lead -..... Dmvtd aad,,baa boila able to rsenrw to .his the World War sad director ofUlaarty I at Evergreen fcaiar_, I(i' balu>to sad ap
Jesa ....Ie i fanaaJ' M :i Mhe1 Loam .. .. a. alfbt. {: Make bids
t&*teayfc4* d *die Cfcnrt be Jeka.tt'Rf7.MaaNtr j sul.r cM. .* a* la das; .
'' 44 th* bam** ...... sad of w-t.a iR was tn 'J .: ...""NE'VEB SWii .; and Mr*. Rand T. Taylor: 1 1 I D. Y. 1IIeen .It Thseear. was'' bvatoM rtattor ken Ui s ..*..II.I I I 1 Mr. J. 8. Nonaan and chlldrwn.Myrtle. .'} OM copy to Millie ',! .

i, 8'P.A.K.E USE THIS MAX." ,If fang Beer. Catttorada. were Lts i aaa.etl.t b-ett-sr. b.ra. [ the.,IRe...* r" tatTf tM rt.fct of way. Sine Lou and Howard dory to tile board '

r' TW r-or. Prhrri4esee : rentott. saaws of ta*.r ..... Mr*. \, wage :a,for tile state eroa eaaal. which. attended church at Br.r T en Saturday I Florida, and oao'" ;r I

# ; tfh. Uteietor the son of aaaa >* Var .* Jeakia. sad caaalBB. Mr* 1 1.I Mr.. I41ra Mall and cbJldrcaiwr !,i will probably tram the state searLawley. I.Bllteb. aaoertatead' -
r Yt'a.t .7'.b4.. s g1Ten till hone '
i 1P..a. aiao of t** Bafcaaia -Ran sad >>,. aad Mr*. Bay leak-; .* rtinpaiB* b* Stark KM rrtI -, :Maad Mr.. Walter Lee of Russell : Kaon: Ralfc rd. Fior. ..
who 'r,,' -a GoA! Asawer. hadn -jlxrrd I
.:_ t. 4. $, [ .*. tbs CfertoLJka I*ra *****, las Ju'.ac the aaat aaaBMrr.jMr day ovetdac. i 1'r f TINt revival acrrtoe at the tt pent the ._11..ad. with\ her i Florida Start.

) n_ 43J.; :22, *3. 34.'d:.w. iaaa.< ttvm. ta. amaMc. iaa.tkto'oaw ; *.. Taylor and era eajoytd aa Those wk. aUadd the d *-'. aacestg conducted .by Rf ... 31... parrot )fro sad Mr*. J. M. Rotter.Mr .j I-lS-2t .JSTOCK S l: .'

hn r 'ntoop"rv take ao t........ aartawr I IWt..1' I eat adod aa*.*T trip cJtrvaca. 'a*..,,trie* CMettec af the Bjnrry **-,I'I'I i f mranrea ant being well attended aadruntb *. O. J. PhHlfaa. sad Dabble -
r of hMftrvMaal worahla. aadacttvw 1 I --
abaD / .. !,eat....... Gates tb* oa roatod laVmtOOmmUm toreaee of die MataVotftot cftarehJwUchcoaveaedwMk siereut ...if&1.... Seery :! : h Ilia* were shopping la Jack-
r ? Wat
: 'blt w* ea or. .... It.. iiiiallilly a
[ I I
kallioibed ., D. C.. wbr k. will;!! the Metaodiatiekiarca I body to invited I! winnile Saturday. I,
., Wkntrevtthal
4 'i we cr.k" or. day of r",_ law ....,.. i at CanpvUI. teat Ssadarjwr 1 j
tutor children. '
M 2%. For after all a i i f I Mr*. J. S Xorman and
t w. j obaervusee -I
addttto to
ct tbra+t .!'..:MFC do th. OmtU a ek; > Bam fa of 1M sabMtb.p.epst.bees. rF )In. E. KL Leeosau sad alec* .i : Mrs. .1. M. sad Mto RebaxasweU. j[ .. ... .. .... ...tN..... sand!, Mr. and Mrs. L R. Denmark
>>... !, .. Mr. sad Mr L. M.Fwteh. .
.... DoraM Kerr of MkcMtaa. arrrwed -i Attended church at Evergreen Saturday -
'! ; for tier kaw--7 Fataow b tbt.e!(k great aged fr FTOBncr.ati*.,I :a Kratoaw" He** tut tweek ;' Mr*. Z. ........ Mr.. P. B.Haat .::: JJ.OODLAjJ"jV :1 I' night.
used of
j that 7% have I .
4 1 F and MBjwyw r BttWkw i sad win line wttjtrMm. spread' I attendedI
,,,, / tWag+ti< :t Bat ,seek y. flat the the dtactata rrtaraed j 1{! ifbw MjrtJrv onaa.. Cur .:i: Mr*. Balah. :Xorraaa
i with x-a-! after itr. i Mr P B.. Hut sad taotaer.iMr .,I funeral services of her 'o".t
u krsm;) of Cod sal bit -lat. ,'free their loaf .*aaUattV t>*rMark !, Guts Aaderws.3f j' *. 0. Haynes were nkoaaiac 1 .a.. .... .. .. ...>............i.ii I Harley' and Blllle Thomas at s yl
era n""K. aad ail the** tJda.P'.1t.L J*. *1 "a sold auto;
i* ? bolt added aaxo yoa :14 Take''. ; > ;, r. a.4 Mr.. Jansen "- Jr ,Stark last Moaday !!i Mtoa Debbie PeUU.. who totMaia ; Brooker Saturday afternoon. ,; a
i' : a !beta Cove y. yoarxJT** apart,1!and little of Jackararille,; Mto Geraldine Joka* of S4ark. r
tear-E a&a. school; at 3IUT: lie spent Mrs. J. M. Norman and Mr. W ,
for ta I
f ; tbr'-r<>r f for tho aarro&ake! Sato a -desert falser j s:peat ta* week. -.ajd wrta Mr. aad'Mr i spent ta* vt:. ea4 with her .'the week-end WHO her, parents I I ti Norman were abopplDK III:II
row a.'Ui*,. Taer S* aced for vest ta :: I
fatbcr. G. Jahaa.Mr
eMIIIV' for rIM tafa... .f ..*..,.|, of labor A sale iata j J. ItawMr Ri. a>4 ilr*. D. L. PhUHpa. Sfarke Saturday afternoon. I II _
!all Mr and Mr. E. A. Smith drove Coach. of LakeUad aafortaaatly ,
841& "z unto the day to ta* **fl Mr J & :Norman aad daach.r )fr. and 'rs. C. L. Carter and
t r tb CTeof. MctaaIac- the rases. Sajday to Jackavarin Moaday. ; taraed his car over at the : and -.. were ihopBiac ie son. Rnxaell. and )f. and Mrs. J I T.r..n f. 'II.I .

t, prayer Th* Mrd. w......l acbool.aad. ck-areh luMld take.1' M.- Ray Lawman returned to., foot of the Santa Fe river bridge 3 ark* Saturday >fteraa. I M Norman attended church at eta_ a+e..a-.ant d. ter .011
4 ia
la tie j jwhtrfci _
great tatetat manner :MCoaefc. _es .101'noo
angered trots
4 barns or MOrelMloeM' are fed: Keystone Heights Swaday from l: bruise, Mr and Mr*. J. 8. Norman attended I.Brook.r'edaee4..,. I I
1M $ spend
Prune them< lt a* Man .. traM yoaag ;"eo Sooth Cai' I'aa where ke has b..cryooaaeted bet wa net seriously hart. H* rhurh at Brooacr Wednes- Miss 1:nnfe Godwin of Uairllle.waa ___ an_ non' ."
r tactr Io'sere! boar*. Kcr4tloabwald with the Mat highway'. -.* brocgat ImnedJatolr to tit.' I rinltlBK friends. bare lat week; -r.r ,...1..6a._ ... .
for or bread; betH ap tbe body miad ends!office! of Dr. M. V M Ur. where 4aF..Kr. ,.a t, ,....d ... am law F ..-
department for IM .. I.
III* .a ate what to fttthMr **aU outla.I. pact r tr Balah :Non&aa rt-eat Tbvra4ar and also attending church at Ev- ..a.t.. -
sad EBrata. A good glreo -
11I'-1' toe dented a .....1lr.. Lawreac will ia tile 1! h* ctved sklllf anentioa.Th afternoon with "r mother : crtrreen.

r> So er U 'tft wrfteenm.. a* follows: were be with Ute Florida Mate; P, T. A held a *p cUl. meeting Mr*.'3oIac< 'AaC 4 1) "Plar *ho td be lari .ratta of math interest at the ; tTHt: tV>t>XM> '.'.111HAROLD -
Lord will& provtd.** hickway partaeat. jMr j city i X.- Raiford Alvarez of Vaaderb -I,Mildred Norman were litiac .
.- Cbeertsi. kwabbfal. interest and Mr. Hayes left early .ball. last Friday vvenj'ag: One **- It wa*. TtaiUxg her Friday. I IXtat [their friend Miss' Thelma BrownIng pa'tt3.tee.
H b. 1? I ag; Saturday moraine OB << "harried Ugblfl feature of the Thelma Browning and Lon': : Sunday afternoon. .... -

4 to fIt rar D.lY SCHOOL tit "Play aawvld be laeoeratB4 .biaia. *i* tr.p to MIcbigaa.; t wa a talk b> Mrs. ; Xoraaa were TiritlOB her iter. : M.- and Mrs. W. H. Rosier of

,pkb LIONs hateful toners. des, or toothers" Mto OertiTd Iioer left for)t'... of the Stark P. T.procram.j Bout Norman Tuesday BlKkt-; 'Brookrille were visiting b'a par C. WALLINSURANCE
c J-Play .h..ld !lOt be .
; W"7.Jt .
1 I Green Cove Springs Monday after-f o..ta.td .as :)MJa Thelma Bnrmainf. Myrtle -ni Mr. and --Mr. J. M. RoalerSanday.
KCT*. CH>ry iarMatal to soon to act a* .blurste for ODe!to be aSliated! With the stateBattoaal .a" :X rma* and. Raymond and Leon .

s a9 Ortobrr Y.. 1KSV>> work, bat sot a abititute. of the kick aekool leachers. who to S P. T A.. She tcEd Sow tee ;Nor.aa. attended cborrb at Y..t ..- A large group of people attended
(' "[ J s sJ Snb:'#.'<'( Tk* Cbrtottea View of t a.--tIo.. a max meat, play ill ,.pIoss. could be td.: and par- Vanderbilt Tuesday night.: r B. Y. P. C. at Heilbronn Sunday STARKE. FLORDv

litrnae'soa ;in-lade : l Mr' aDd Mrs.. Ozzie Stewart ofOat.tn. ant and teacher! .1 VB drawn : J. S. Norman wa. abovoFDr' In night. I
Y11 C'4tm; Text; "I am come
| .
than w .re ga.*t* of Mr. and ( ----- --- ----
tker m gbt bare Uf.r.. and that ?"". trip through the TcltowMoa .. '
Mr* J. EL Larson Friday and Saturday -
might bare it more a.IID4aaU.I'Park or the Mammoth Cave, a vacation of lat week.

Ltesoa Teit. Mark over a mountain or on somebody .
frl :Mi** Florence French of Stratford -.
SBBday tb water half holiday and .ate
On tan of a
X. H. I* the guest of her nee
work It i is about rec- lane with friend, a ,
about Today aa outdoor .
)In. Morvy. Mr*. Frank Celmaa
retlon. or play In its true so *e.r lectBre, or torn game in the Heldor (at Herklmer. N. YIr.. David ;
A A writer on. the leoa say.It 1di I at yoer borne. Et remember :
I Morey of Chester' N. T.. and Mr
f t* not IIiO much what we do la oar'boars i' t.bo rules, and purpose. of play. Donald Morey are also guests of'ilr t HGUAitDYoe'ir
of ralar work that affect -.
\ and Mr*. Morey.Mr .
what da JB oar boar I'1Jt.'i'T CHRISTIAN CHCBO !
1r at aa w.e I and Mr*. Bert Terrell arty
..1j aaaalty work -
of k.I'o.) Pcoato
fr 4 ed in KeyttoB Helgtta Mondavfron
.1 becaaae tby nisei work: they Bble; School and comzdraion
I Penayalvanta. where U ey.
play bfaant they cbooae to flay services each Lord' Day at I* spent the aammer.

Blaro this. Is troe. Saaday vcbool o'clock. ''
Harold C. Life ofew York.SJudge
I otorf
; aad 'hureh *boali take great interest f Cbarcb Mf'Y'-" morning and and Mr Jones of Ortegojaad I
i in the. maker la whirr the evening of tile ant Sunday fneazb .
)rr. and Mr* J. H. Gay ofJacksonville
., young people 6 pea. <: their leinar? << month by tbe pastor Bro
,, [ are registered at the
D of Jacksonville.
boara; zou.
In ,.peak's. of the retoredir I' -.
of -ralem.' Zee h. .:$. hAH*ay*. ......ee*s...... *.*-<...> **...*...*..v-v-C**......*
And the creed of the city .1

b* fall of too,* and slier playing In i: Keystone Heights : Ii J HAMPTON ,-

+ the rtreeta tb.reoL"e I C few H.I.w 0...... C... 4 i i' .... ..... tmim**. Cel'. *
la laaoa they "Soy sate 'I.
(/ Jny'a ....................... ,
r511"l.l.r binVTiy do the dlaciple of John .1, ........*...*.*** .*...*.

I and of the Pbartec fast bat thy The Craft Club mt withMr P. E. Criffla who bat recently.

+ E diM-ipi fast not?" "And Jesus Win. Baker OB Wednesday afternoon -,been visiting. la Michigan, Ind'ana. f

sad unto them as long as they Hcfretbment were erred i Illinois and some of the western

)rive the bridgecroom with them and Mr*. J. R. L tton of Leevbarg, state returned to his borne hr

+ rt : they' cannot fat? Jesus repreenU wx tbe guest of the afternoon. i; tillS w ek. He reports a pleasant

the brMgegroom' and tbe The y.IBBK people of the: eights* .

1 cborcb of the redeemed la the ajoyed, a jolly good time Tbnr- trp.J.. II. Haye,. manager of the 00i

4 church of th* redeemed .ia the day night when the newcomer Hampton Lumber Co.. and fao

brd) were entertained with a "treasure I left; for Glennie Mich.' this week,

p The Jew fatted twice a week bant" givtn by several girl of 'be where they will visit. friends and

Bat tbe mere abtlntnee from food HMrbt After following the! tfl'ng *'- relative.

i* of little vale "a* a tl" unless : cine, 'in a chase coyericg the I Rev. Dixon of JackikonvJle: : ,

accompanied by mental *spirituals greater part of Keystone Height preached two excellent sermons

_ s,' the treasure a box of randy wail here lat Sunday.

,' Jesus. proceeded to inwer thel found by Mr.. El well Robinwm on Mir Madge!! Middleton of Starke.

"': q""tioll-- .d -- i

y r+ (D "As long a* they bare tberld"rgrf'iOlD ;

wltb them. tbey cannot i,
uu, -. .. .
fasL"Tien ::.,. w ---"l lI 1 e

I looking forward t.. bU. rte .

clflzlon) and d.partarebe adv! ,,

q, ; "Bat tbe day will! come, when the
bridegroom iliall be taken !" Heat and Friction constantly attack your
very \
from them and then they a..a7// '
_ fad In boss da".." After Ii / motor. Yet this tougher motor oil stands

1., death his. dlMlple d'd Indulge In the gaff. Through the racking 500-mile

real plrUaat! fasting and prayer if grind this oil
as sturdy protects every working
''d ;t I2t The plrltcai. indiridaalworship : 1

"fit;, of God a* taught by Jeut if.): part. Never leaves its post! PAN-AM motor

4' : could hardly b* engrafted on tbe I oil shows its toughness by standing up under
r 'ii formal feremonie of tbe monar l'' '

1 ''{ womblp. He said. "no man .ew,tb J 1, steady fire-..refusing to break down.

6 ''" 'a'' a plec of new cloth on an old garment :

9"" and no man pottelb wwwlno Your motor needs PAN-AM motor oil's
: into old bottle" Tbe new

cloth would tear away from the protection.
old, and tbe new wine would expand
in fermentation and burst the And the friendly PAN-AM man knows the )

old bottle Judaism i f. conntantly e right gradeforyourcar.ChaagetoPAN-ADi.

< urging compromise with %
S Christmas to stifle recognition. of
r ? '/'.
Jesus a the Christ.t ,
t On on* Mbbath Jesus and his '7.ammuw S I I r ; PAN AMERICAN PETROLEUM CORPORATION p

di*<'lp:"i were going through acorn '.10-29.
.... .-or ,
J (wheat or barley) field and JfI_ --.. I ..._ --
t bU dlM pie gathered some bead
;', of wi<>.at and rubbed out the ,

grain and ate them. This we.F REMEMBER.
F, .
lawful Dent 225.; says "When I.

tbou comeM into the standing: corn I

of tby neighbour then thou mareirt I

v h pluck tbe ear with tbln band; bat I That the principles of football ap- : '
o thou shall not more a nl'kvito)

y tby neighbor'' stand ng corn"I ply in business. It is the offensive MOTOR
y BilL The Phariseee Mid unto him, J

; Behold why do they on the Sabbath that icins. To take the offensive PAN
.i ; day that which la not law-

n s ful'''" In their view even hunger you must drive ahead. A/)}'ER-
1 did not Jutllfy the rubbing out of : 01 L-S

C !r. A the gra n, which they called TISE. Stanton Service Cuts and i
i"" threshing, and therefore waa for- .

bidden by tbe fourth command- COP are Free in Startle's best I:

1 ment. But Jesus answering KaleS I

A 45e unto them Hare ye never read Market BuilderBRADFORD 1
. 1i!
what David did, when he had need i r
r+,r +i)1t) and wa an hungered, he. and they ri i ,*-.

.. ; bat were with him? How ho went ; r

Into the home of God .In the day' COUNTY ___w .
----- -
," of Ablatbar the h'gh' priest. and -- _
did eat the ibewbread, which la I urd.
b.. \* i.*L*....t'*!>> : not lawful to eat but for the RETAIL
TELEGRAPH i N. n. HULL. Btarko bronn Spring1!
priests. and gave also to them .
ItAYEHIl.GE.. Starke P. J. COX. WorthlnictoB
which were with him And be said Butler
n unto them The aabbatb waa made T. D. R0<4nn.: Raiford DEALERS G. W. SPIRES I-ak

for mao The Sabbath was made IL T. DOWLIXG. Raiford II. ALLEN, Lake ButlerLIKE

I for man, and not man for the sab- It I ... GENEVA G.\lt.U;
Lake Geneva, Florida

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IrItIU J I t \V, Ofvl'(11Nat 2S:>. 02U
I v,
9o flRAnit)RI> COITNTY TI{',
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I ;iii-w I C\; ,J. ''It, of Alat' -- -- -- \ ,
-------1 I clem. wore I tmct l on aiioinph, hrd.) 111 the va iivlt.iKO+ Mr.\ Coolidge braking I alu bcrt. inventor of the electric good Americana, on a I''
I ill",1!
of Florida w IK'n u di I
News ear Iron ,
in Short f'aroKraptf) by Tcagiii.in i !loin, types of rand It 1 Is found '.read In secret "conf.ib" with a rla hlll'tht' mission of relief for the ills of

: l liro thi'lr. cur. They had park, hat (ho demand IIIIH been so /great Catholic (a Democrat c-Cutholic I He nco the dinner table metH'ngs.u' 11 ..101 iv' 'luinpa Tribune .' ,1
ud In '1
the.road and'were .
standing: tor highways that while the lar7.at hall) In the stronghold of desplc- the Kepubllcnnt Protestant t
n Iho back A dead .
I of their manatee over 13 feet t '
ear pultlnra ,
: of
bu tit ,
I "'o.: us :In the tank. Lights! are of ible T mml"' "What are our ,o-,ildgn! tho phllunthroplst-Jew:' Innlwas\ found Thursday) by Perry ,I
Live State News j ..11 approaching car blinded! '&the of I .he' cheaper ho t.< p t H, and whirlnIgl.t ) I dutiful ideals coming to?" one ,'tr economically
..Jacksonville man and he did not ,'f a gher those nay Imagine the Cannonized snlntK to determine how tho cast of the St. Mark's lighthouse, )
type In Butho\-
I- IOU the parked automobile The have of "pare and uuudultorateil Amurlnn Hubert m Dions could be distributed near the mouth of Ponhooks river -"
ty felt
II with
I nH miles
TOLD BY ,> unavoidable. many of we being betrayed by tho high greatest number. low water and Mr. Llnton and his.
OUR ravolable(
EXCHANGES as possible, hai priests of our beatific "urother- It Is l I Incident following i
an impressive party. left It where t they I found it, \
i he '
figures bearing thin \\f

I, ,._._._-..._-..._--._-.._--,-_-- ,_... Orala -- More than/ ten tons of I. Dearly :11111 I'a te. upon point lood" go closely upon the fires nays' the Tnllalmnseo State News., '
._._ n As It Mr. ,
(0. ---'-'-'-'-.--.--.,) hogs were bought and shipped Tho total happened Coolidge of Intolerance, which flamed last Thin Is one of the first "xeacows". ." 1!
Martin & improved mileage of ]Mr. Smith and< Mr. Hot-.enwald hill In t those !coin foremmeos null men'aced f -I that far north In many ''
The tale of Taylor
,1/i 1 i hi-sco': BOVi eel by wnt weather and Tuesday at b'I. 1 thin latter group sir lids at /
: ,
high approximately
winds, ,third weekly were dining together, not to pro- <1 nor purl was.; "oIlS'd"I'ed- yea rs. .J2HH. ,.?
opening of the '
>i iniiocl men and the hopes ho remainder, Is flourishing and live stock cash market. 223,000, nilloH. The term "rente pollt'rnl plots or to devise ::. --. ,
thousand other Florida I Eighteen improved Iu lhl connection, RCI'orlling I i
11\I u farmers expect to start shipment Marlon ambushed blows at religious 1>n'udlce -
county farmers
, .j" ., ,is. who aro seeking rlemv ot cucumbers/ in about 10 (days total of 124 hogs. contr The bulocJa hogs :, American to Association data suppled ot 1 by State the ; cults-but in pursuance of \We 0

-- I :.ii' the' hands of the stale After destruction of part of '.ho weighing 21,895 pounds were Immediately Highway Ofllcinls Includes roads: tho wishes of a great and goodman Y E can charge your (
nf pardons, wero Bt'11 In i rat planting sent who recently\; died and who. i''
I I aasmlutloa farmers to Win. 13. Dannls, that have been graded and drain ..
'. today in the replanted, 35 Inc.! In Jacksonville. desirous of beneflttlng humanity: tJ U IIIlUiSmith's '
,I, I i. ur' a abuence! acres I iu, cucumbers The biggest \'oa\lIlmpI'ovcd with nand-cluy, STORAGE BATTERY In ,
after h's departure, bpqueaihod n '
und of
,, Carlton It Is the lot :
.?.I, i n Doyle expected! these will be was a sow that weighed ;gravel, waterbound macadam, 'b-
.. ready for 640 pounds. fortune of some $8,000,000 to be "I.
shipment about Nov. Newcomb Barco ''
20. luminous f' 1\\\\
'OIl1'te." concrete, brick \
.. "used for the public Iood"01111 ,,"
ri.ind! An automobile brought in (the '
. no- greatest
i number of ;anphnlt'! and< a tow miscellaneous ", I" ,
had asked these three eminent
f d,, i i :at( I the Waucasue river cost Orlando CornoUson truck hogs--n'neteen. Mrs. II. n, Shaw tY1>OY. It also Includes roads under : dUddf.1upon Starke'
i,. of L. D. Smith prominent dilver, jumped from his truck brought In an 8-month old nntnutl conetrlictlon to ha completed I Anierlcnnn to discuss and Garage I

I ,' i ,idcnt., Mr Smith ran oftiilr n downtown. street yesterday on, that weighed 300' pound' S. V. within tho present mason.Iu I be expended how tho for money that purpose could !,', ;ii'M

with his car hit eight slashed his throat with a pocketknife I'roctor had! six averaging! / 200'IJOUllilit. tho 300,000 mile embraced ,

"ui" .t'I' .t'l posts, overturned his ,. .and died a few ni notes later T. U. Buhl had 12 tiyeragnn \ In Iho various state fjliway sys- In the caso was Conrad -. -- l ,-"

", i ,nil, was literally wrapped in- Ii- nonpuai without giving any "; 200 pounds each. The'prlles lenIn, an approximate total of !

/nut. mother of the posts. reason; for his act. Employers\ of wcro slightly lower a half cent 1138.000 miles have been improved ; ; a

(JoriicllBon! said he had been acting off on all grades. The local mar- without federal aid. to '

. i 'i 1'.uI'olCoutract( for sup nuecrly all day and that they be- ket, as was announced< last week, Beginning/ with (grading I and Important 'I

011 i i m*el in the construction of 1 eved lie hud been mentally unbalanced I will be open every Tuesday. drainage; that Is. rondo: that aro ''n I

11'\\ Pensnoola bay bridge has since noun llyslnnders Bald progress toward I
.1 I ,,warded to Carnegie Steel l ho leaped) from his truck, scream- Mlnmla (Heavy ra'ns during some kind of muter til, federal aid I ,
.r I PI .niof St. Paul. The Ing They are I tho last 2,1 I hours threatened the ban been t Lj'
i after me, and cut applied to approximately .
w HI. dRO company of NaSh-I his I throat complete evacuation of Illalcah 12,000 miles, while approximately BUYERS OF NEW CAR[ ,

in' was given the (' I and caused nearly 100 families In 28,000 miles have IK-CHI graded and ,-

a I I n, i/1
i i i the span an exhibit of .sirawbnrlcH' exclusively country sections of node county aid, making up the total of 40- '
by !Howling (Green at the to desert their homes and( geek 000 m'les of main highway that time to time: General Motors has devoted its messages in this paper to t j ; t

'I i iinpa -- Contract for a $2,- South 1"lordu. fair in Tampa was| !shelter in other commtinlt The are Just now emerging from the FROM facts which help the car-buyer get full value: for his automobile dollar 1! ,;I
-ni,,,,> ,MHO, dredging job has been made at a meeting tills week of additional rainfall the heaviest of grading and drainage state.In ,

LL iwiudi'd to the Clarke DredgingMV the Business/ I Men's Club of Howling which" occurred last night raised : sand-clay about 5,140 miles In keeping:! with that policy of frankness, this message gives facts about the price:

," of Miami, It Green. the level of flood waters throughout have been ,>1
was an- Dlscussion.of the proposal i I improved with federal of new cars which everyone: should know. L ;;
iKiuncod) today. A. II. Chase of showed the club members the county to such a height aid<1 And( approximately 9,000 miles

,','k. vice president of the favorable and the mutter probably that I the ground floors of more have been taken care of by states ''1)) ( ,

i I'', i Rial' es Phosphoric Products will be nettled nt the next meeting than 200 homes previously dry, without' federal aid, making a total l yr fy :

corporation for whom the work lot tho club. Another I project titk- were flooded. At H'nleah' the water mileage of over 14,000 in theMandc1uy i ,, 'iS w

- i 'ni,), said the contract Icn up was that of a strawberry fes- 1 level! rained between two and type of Improvement 'I t -( rII : i

wi\, Hid) 1 be effective In about 10 days j:jiivul to be held hero during the four inches in the I business and Gravel has been applied to approximately )

- Hid run for eight months. week preceding the fair: at Tampa. residential< sections, while the Mi- 33,000 miles of road .

-- 111113 1 UIBO was l put oK for action at anil canal at that point showed an i with federal aid mill about 42,000 i t

Sarasota A huge Devil Ray the next meeting ncreiiHed depth", of about one'haltInch. miles have been thus surfaced I t .,

weighing\ ; 6,000 pounds and measuring Miami\ city engineers reported without: federal aid which bringsthe MlS'' 11' I ,i

:-2! feet across, was caught Miami This city was abuzz the four rain created lakesIn total of gravelled mileage In >1 r'uuLthomndardpritetae uicd by General Motors + y' "" +D ':

in' (lie Gulf of Mex'co\ OR Sarasota wllh excitement today following [ the southwest section of the citywere the country up to over 75,000 dealer to show wllNC. makes aJ urILVJ '1f ,
'today by Den Seale fisherman. tile six Inches deeper than on Friday :- miles. r d 1 i' \
announcement that oil has up the delivered prices of their yrMr IAr S r + t t1 r
Che Hay Is more commonly known ,, en discovered ,u Tiimiuml Trail and that water in the Allapattah -' Waterbound macadam: stands at new ran.Ili '"

,is a Sell Devil, according to H. L>. in the everglades district SO miles district had increased 7 an approximate total of 11,000 Prift. The f.o. b. price l l Con M r (U UmJ J prtc. M wall a lh. U rVrioiflon taxidermist here. Indies 10 depth. miles, about l.fiOO miles Jvcrtise by the factory G.n.raf Motors J.al.r J.Itv.r.J : }ti': +
who Is treat The oil was discoveredon of which comp ng Miomoi vus* iII
rrti&bt .vd Vtlivtry. An .
mounting the specimen for sli'p- a portion of a huge tract'of land havo been built with federal aid auhorized..mounrtocoverlhe pth tncluJ only s>uKoii! .d charg for fr.!gfi( .nj al.l tiv.ryf ; '

mi-m to a Des Moines, Iowa, mu- ,UU.BOU, recently, uy u group ol WBHIjin TallahaRlleeThe Florida state and slightly over 8,000 without: freight charges pail by the roll Ik. charg. Ior.ny.JJilionai .cc.uon.s Ik.i may I J.sir.d. F\1 f,,. i'
,,'un> oil operators It was said. The wide milk and cream act one of federal aid. dealer and the cost of unload ( i
r- onimerc al possibilities of I the discovery the laws of the 11)2) !) legislature In the bituminous. macadam tine Inspecting, supplying fuel ;
rum have has found Its way- Into federal type, mileage constructed with and od-prcparingthocarfur I ,
pa Operation was begun not yet been deteimln- '(
I'ii''dm of a 2,000 case-a-day grape- : ed but) Elmer Paine former court at Jacksonville B. A. Noble, federal aid stands approximately delivery to you.A.nuericr. A. charge for i J' I

truit! ''nnn.'Mg: factory the product i terior; department conservation dairy operator: of Hakwlnsvllle, 5,400, with over 13,600 miles additional accessories maybe any a -(xaW-or OAII'"-- iiatanl 1 It

nom. which w'll be shipped to ucial described sands in the In-I Oa., has filed suit for an injunction biult by tho staten j w'thout federal! purchased., !!:!!Utl- a.d, 1l1L- ay

"n nrdlng, to C. R. May general the Harlelsville Ohl.i fields of the( act which seeksto I 10,000 miles of this type of '
regulate both LIST PRICE (ono 8, . . S .. +
up rlntendent. Abo'ut 400 per- I interstate and in- n'oad<1, A

-cin' will be be employed. The op- Tallahassee Members of the irastato haudllng of milk and Bituminous! concrete hfl'i, been f FREIGHT .nd DELIVERY . ..... ,. Il 4' '
cream' In .Florlda. The t r
.1 1 UK company controls a large btato board of pardons> recently complaint[ placed on nearly 2,000, miles of y ;.r .t

iiiaii1' at Avon Park and la said toI Stave gone through one of the most alleges that hie! da'ry has been roads< with federal aid and( about DELIVERED PRICE . .S ">.aa { ;#!; : It ,
I ,111I1 i I algid with a large company hectic as well as exasperating regularly inspected ; that he deals 4,000 nibs of this type have been ae C 0"/

"ii'ing' similar concerns In periods any male olHciai! uus ever with Jacksonville milk firms; that built by the slate alone bringing ACCESSORIESP.wtd.rhtwu.I:; ( ), + /p.

1 water' Dartow, and Lake und to encounter. Alter hearing his deliveries are made by truck the total mileage I of bituminous 1 .

11'81> '. county [prisoners early In under refrigeration find that he macadam up to about 6,000 miles , . jl
Septem-I '" '
iiunot be compelled to label his :
ber, the board m still trying milk, In accordance with the Concrete roads total approximately . . . .....
I ii!, 'ooksvilla act, 4G.OOO miles. In this! <
Florld l's only pose l of Its meeting in previous y+
v'nu'n mayor Mrs. C E. Hawkins /ears, the board has heard Us because he believes it would be a froup, over 23,000 miles have TOTAL DELIVERED PRICE . S ...... r
win. defeated violation of the federal constitution been bait with federal aid while" .. E : ,
tor renomination by Lees! in a single week, conducted g Is I

.' nun. of approximately three tone .L ; executive news on In one day and "creates and unlawful! the states have built over 21,600 ,..... ,.I... ". l.r..,.... PnL..,..a", 1.0 ft..J.. (
restriction and burden
by Charles 1\\[. Pr'ce, In the after the open hearing, and anus upon Inter- miles. a.m.N.t. .awal" ,...,-d .I..I..... !
itate commerce. The act, he de- Brick j 1 JI J-
''r. ""lection/ here.! Price formerly .vuIlCbll, uenHioiio in eiifii: casenot roads total nearly 3,000
win mayor for three terms. Mrs. more than two or three days laren, was "solely to create a I miles, about 2,000 of which have
Hawkins .reJ J nil lop among Florida consumes been built by the t
Is recording secretary of at.Ler the pardon board meeting states 1ono. On I
the. Florida Federation. of Worn- ill oilier words It hIM been able of milk and mlprodu\ ts 'ho remainder-about 900 lulled.- L
against milk products in other federal 'been .
aid has used.
an B clubs. sari. .
tj tear up entirely! us -annual l
states," and would ._ ; ,
create ,types
-- session within 10 days. aid
"Clilnoso wall" around the state of hoi been used \.,! "Kl11II
Lake Butler A. J. Nolan of on slightly over

Lake Butler was killed In an au- 'lallahassee! Deputy: Slierlfii. Florida. 1000 miles while the states have VvHENyou it the list price nand the delivered [E !,
jullt buy a new automobile price. ,
tomob 8,000 miles
le accident on the highway I :. L. Sorter, of Wakulla county, on their
between this community and I was being held In custody at Craw- Florida Tallahassee have -served Four notice railroads upon of own account, making a total of isthedeliveredpricethatyouaetuallypay. Each charge made by the dealer is fair {J ; a

Providence, Tuesday night when fordsville today to await the out- about 9.000 miles It mlnrelluneon
the i he state ra 1 road commission that types not Included In The delivered consists of the list and reasonable. '(
car he was driving crashed Into come of an liuiiietit 11'0" ....w. m the preced- _
they expect to abandon
a log truck which Is said to have *..,..y of bpi'iiiB Creek last I special 'ng. of this for reference.
ben': parked on the h'ghway withno in wtiicli one man was IIlght'j rates granted some time ago on These figures show concisely price the car the f, o. b. price adver'Use tag Make it r

lights showing Three com- auouier seriously wounded. I K. L./I i tate!shipments, counties of road and material municipalities for the, where'rom the road nu'ldliiff job stood tised by the manufacturers-plus certain your guide in "comparing automobile ";j 1 + ;,
a national
panlons of Mr.\ Jr.iwlord iville standpoint on January f
Nolan were taken fruit, :i7! of ( !
to a Lake City hospital, for medf ....i..lY wounded: in mo disturbance: The the commission announced today \ 1, 1029. They also show how other charges which the dealer makes. values. For the delivered price is the
leg stature of )
> D,) attention. ay.ud iu u loud liuic'i, and 'loin gave the tho state are outslrlpp ng the federal You shoul: know those price 1 {{I
railroads what
I /haley, a d slant relative wall i, permission: to establish government In highway contraction exactly you really pay. "' ; }

< tnesvllle-Five students were I!i here suffering from fivu woundd in I! all)paclal carriers rates adopted on such material them exceptthe and expenditure charges arc and what each: one is for. Below is given the range: of list : ,
'"" (he university and The shooting took To understand: the present sta- ,
infirmary todaya ( arms I! Louisville & Nashville Nollcv' 'us of tho work There is about the for each General Motors
result of eating tung nuts, obI'd place at a store at Spring Creek I that the rates would be abandoned dearly, tho tact'houlI no mystery charges prices car. t':
i be remembered
: from a' commercial farm *. UUULU wad tu progress. from the that road added General Motors dealers. arc low General Motors'
r the waireceveu Atlantic 4rt modern pence do not approachho by They They just!: as as : ; a
University of Florida ex- i .iuit.y said that curter wtiu to Const", Line. Florida East Coast

'' iracnt station. Two of the boys I Iho store In an inloxJcaied cundiiI I, :Seaboard Air Line and Georgia ome actual one of finished the higher,tnge end unt'l have adopted this standard price tag vast production, centralized purchasing "

i''Ported' as ser ously 111, ai-I I iiLiiiutulud( that Iho music and4uauc.u || jouthern and( Florida.. The com- 'nrablo types of surfacing. more have which tells Nothing and reasonable profit! car can make ,l'is
'"Th all are expected to I ',; coaju, called \Vim ley out-|i mission wall advised that lilt ra 1- seen applied. you everything. per J

''Iate the nuts in Ignorance L..uu l ai>d tutu began blioouiig. wttu- /oadfl. intended to apply luotealtI'ales TtoK'nnliiK! a4 bituminous maca- hidden. There i is no extra charge to them General Motors dealers maintain J j :
Ir poisonous nature. A warn- *u. y.ok"ocunou. Pall coming to | on shipments of such l

t other'etudents was Issued of ua.-.f's' aid was abut down, the" modltles fixed by the railroad (com comit's "rom'ame there and Im-liiding on up 't la other found type that'f permit a seemingly better trade-in offer tliisvalucintllcirdclivcrcdpricesofthese ,; ifr''

i iO.. C. TillJnnn. university ,voundod wart adserted. I j I on.11"'h" it was stated herelr the 300,000 miles embraced In No and show item the ""e
I "I '//In, 'n an. effort to provAiti extra charge to cover advertising or you every on <
: 1 i. poisonings. 'tI ', II.IIu.hasseo. -- U. K. Hose, vet 80,000
-ommfsslon advised the railroad.- other item. You know standardpricetagLookoverthcGeneral ;
: -nay bo considered us actually any exactly : ,,
state chemist, today was istrpo.riLed
oat of Its rules
,'';"land Governor Doyle E ompleted, taking tho nation at a what makes the difference between Motors line. Then the: :
t Attractive "Florida : Ly all rates meow In effect, or whole. up { clip coupon. k ky
ft ay" signs are being placed Carlton to the poslton, he has held 'icreafter effect've, whether by vol- From these figures one ,,

on four, principal highways lead- continuously since Apr 1 3, 1901 'mtary action of the carriers or | i fairly 'omprehenslva view may of theta ret "i '

I II nto the state by a local ad- ...."n .ij was appointed by former I otherwise, must be followed, would -k which confronts the highway 11 car for every purse and purpose"S, S

ell :'ni? concern It was announc- Governor. S. Jennings. Mr. be Invoked tp compel the railroads 'ni sneers' ot this country In whoso CHEVROLET $515-$69$. A six, in(he price range VIKING $IS9}. General: MOlon' new "eight: at i

're., Arches are to be erected i lose was nominated In the Demo- to retain the special rates.! The work 25.000,000 motorists lave :a: (,f the/our. models. medium; price. 3 models! r ,
a< T main roada between Lake ratlc primary election last year'! ,rule. adopted subsequent to adop vital Interest. To PONTIAC $ ,.
f try complete tho $895."Bigsix'"JuxuryatIowcoir IHJ1CK. $1x15-$193$. The fire J test Buick of them !
and Valdosta, Qultman and and his appointment dates from/| tlon of the rates was held valid !treat; work wllh all possible spied, 7 models. aU. 14 model.

Madison, Dothan and Mar\ 'anna, September 14, when h'a prior commission by the United States supreme court hey should<< be helped with eventronrzer OLDSMOBILE $875-$103$. The Fine Car at Low '

and Jacksonville' and 'Drun wck; expired. The state chemist/ the commlss'on Bald. I __ !-lIIDDort-... -- _In n _u..*..aln I ,' _*"_.Po Price 6 cylinders. 8 models.MARQL'ETTE LASALLE $tt95-L87.CompanioncurtaCsJillac.
I1I'-a stations with raised maps of ,aids_. the i.nilnrHoii of never hav- ....- ward main --.n 14 models. 't
,..". n. on systems over wh'ch $965 $loH. Buick's fine new
late[ and operators In charge ng been opposed for ofllce since WIlEng io.i8TAXDS> Ul'Il.UIXO approximately 85 per cent of the companion car. 6 models. CADILLAC $)ig5-$7000. The SconJartt 1 of the '
Win( be maintained. he was first appointed by Gover- : nat on'x World. :16 model. ,
highway traffic flows! OAKLAND $11-15-$'37J- The All American!,*.
nor Jenn ngs. for several years $model (Base prices-f.o. b. factories) { '\ ,
Rradenton Edward Blanton, after he took office the positionwas Recent figures place the total ()fall "KKMKVK: : IT OH SOT"It ,-j V'
'wo years old filled by direct.appointment! roads In the United ""t
appeared to be In States at ALSO w t1. CLIP THE COUPON *.. .r :
r J JI >d trim again today follow ng a but after the passage of the Bryan .lightly) over three million miles. must be a severe shock to our I nB : .j ,

I r id of seven hours of uncon- primary law the state chemist was Of th's amount approximately orstwhllo "Hoover Democrats", religion FRIGIDAIRE Automatic PaDELCO-LIGIiT Electric Plant ..... Motor (Dept. A), Detrolr. Mich. I.,.'

Uiness Induced by falling Into nominated: In the primary elect_on. 300,000 miles are embraced in -'n-polltlcK fanatics. and nwnarai'' Nawakne mo.trl.! -|jj Water System*. Pro.ld.Il1! B Whtir flovl on"lwhmJha, wwwlnepatwomolI.ndmryfdeC.wah .. I "
I* anal tin cab'lM.Vn7'rr.oiei! tecc.Uon, :! .'r.lnce..nJUH-. <,.1 Motors'Tha' inndc, ictirir u culd in a''Wi.l book wirh ''on', ot. mesas I ) I.
near the home of, his pari I forty-eight state systems which ler-than-thou "anlls"-the hOI-l range to luac..ery'lamely! saving device*far the farm. a tne. utum.Thuk.,1-TA.OM A*..W--will be ut tilut tt>CVM 0 car ,
: yesterday: The baby was Jacksonville L. S. Teague : "'onstituto the main traffic routesIf loaure in yesterday's press buyer w.oWlkmkoowaWua I It, M ,.... Semi ta... .....puo. .hc..k, ibc. pmicuUr' )prvducit, f.m I it I Jiii

r''' ued by his father, who found i resident of L. S.'Teague. Inc.. of > the country. patches that the Immaculate and I

111'' floating on ITS back In theanal's Jacksonville, was freed yesterday ,' A study of roads constructed up Impeccable Calvin Coolidge has GENERALMOTORS Nam.. ._._ I II
3 feet of water after the of a blame for two death In an 'to the present time by states with been dining ones a month with disgusting 1 .

v -mprstcr had disappeared from automobile accident on the Lake i federal aid shows that the states and disreuptable Al Smith. AJdre...._ .. I
tike yard where he was playing. City road several weeks ago. The rigorously attacking: the Job, Think of It!! Isn't Is horrible? CHEVROLET! MARQUP.1TB R BUICK

grand Jury at Macclenny: returneda .I despite the fact that the federal And not only with Al Smith. I OLDSMOBILB PONTIAC OAKLAND VIKING CADILLAC USALLB pI h

Arcadia Although more than a bill." A coroner's jury had government is lagging behind on PapUt*Tammany I but also with:
h'alt the of cucumbers -"ltue "' a -"'tlauehtnvcharge its share-of the program as previously Julius Rosenwald, Jew, "Hev- Ie Pr.'J..Ay.om.cica.frl..oco. D QWAnaSrrrna)
acreage TUNE! IN-Gotn.r..1 l Motor Family Party fj D.lco-ti.ht flecuic. Power and Li.hl Plaats J
"anted by the DeSoto County Cooperative to await action, of the agreed upon. Again, viewed Ings! It lets worse.It (very. Mnnd./. 0 V. M. (Eastern Standard ,
association: was destroy- IIi'uuu jury J. J. Crime and An-I from the standpoint of con- must be difficult for them to Tux) W AaoJ JT associated radio suuoo*. .. r ar A M O r'_ e/a


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:! ; ) LKAGUK PROGRAM: relatives] Sunday \1.: M' Uu<-'' Monday and 'Tues Mr. Melvin Fut'h and Ortl has already arranged to -

1' Hf.MlAY, CMTOIJKB 27TII Mr- Gay. who han I ix'fl vprrtt< day. Whitehead, of Lawtey motored to ommerrlal air-eervlce t "?' ..
i ,.,essrs Arthur McRae and Fate thin section Saturday. .laid, having/ arranp);. a I 'II
I Ing several w-eke with ho 'I'iugL- 'Itrown motored to Lku Butler Mills Ir K McRae was visiting big trl-motored Ford ''II I
55 ocietvln :? How Far Doe. the Gos 1011', Mrs. K. A. Smith Is <,ck n'e &uiJda)'. Miss Little Edwards fr.aunifty afernoon. well as an amphibian ;'' ..

19 wish her a speedy recovery Mire Lillian Kelley was visiting "- ----tAt ---
I Mr. Joseph Unit and daughter. Miss Carr ebelle Norman Sunday. Mrs J. W. McRae Haled her- ..
request .
ture: Psalm 19:4: Romans of I in, ,,,
-- Mamie of Gainesville were visitIng Mr. and Mrs. W T. Croaky and parents Mr. and Mrs. V. B. jrrowers !In west K
16 2626. Florida .
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relatives here Sunda. daughter Miss Jennie Maude and Wheeler at Starke Saturday. Sal.'
I A DJtF.WKXI) :SIR. rLKllRATHH BIRTHDAY 124. suma Orange Festival A ,
MISS Mr. KerNert Thomas of Jackson "
leon. '11
William, ,1..U..d relatives at '
by leader How Far DOM has decided to hare .
BROWN I'MTIHJ IN II here with a I I. "
ville. spent Saturday ''k
't MAltRLtfiKMl"8 Little Miss Gloria Alice Rearh. relatives.Mr. I Lawtey Sunday. The St. Petersburg city coram'ssloners exhibition during the ,'v, r?,, "h I,,
f d daughter of Mr and Mrs. R. talk The Gospel In Africa and Mrs. Marcus Gay and Miss Beulah EdvarJi! and Mrs have Instructed the direc- taken November 14 1.1 .u l (
'; ;r Buford, celebrated her !Amanda SIlcox and gaiThUrsMuriel tor of public works to prepare at Marianna. The Inter.. .
+' r' Florence Dorma Andre. family of Jasper were visiting Mr.and I '
4 birthday anniversary at the talk The Gospel In the and Rachel of Starke are plans and call for bids for the stock !in this section has in, ,n'd
Mr. Williams
; ), daughter of Joseph Mrs. K. A. Smith and family
r'' t ,S Andrews, Jr., and Herbert Clifton !of her parents Thursday < Etholn: White. Sunday. Vslting: relatives In this section erection of a hangar for the use to such an extent that it > |I","%
I In this week. of dirigibles as well as another ed that a live stock .
Games and contests were talk. Gospel exhih
+ : Brown of Lawtey were united Inmarragot Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Prellc.-ot). ",? ,II,
:1 in the yard. Mrs. Bnford. Henry[ Guy. Mr and Mrs. E. C. Lewis and hangar for airplanes to be erectedat connect'on with the text! .
: last Thursday evening at I and children of Starke attended rill||/
I the First Methodist church, Rev by Mrs. Alice Jones ani Miss\ 189. church here afternoon.We [children and Misses Edna and Albert Wh'tted: Field on the add to the importance of.aslon.
James T. Gar performing the Gerar Baisden, served delicious !Ie, cr talk The Gospel In S. will have Sunday services: here Sun- I ritelraa Lewis were! vUltlng ''rela- South Water Front. .It Is the Intention .: .
and cake. Hallowe'en .: George Inman. lives at Lake Geneva Sunday.Mr. of the commissioners to .
; The church decorated I -
} : monr. was the Rev. J. T.
day by
i with pink coral Tine and banks of were : 'j fern and bamboo. The little people Invited : Leah Struth. Clarence! Harper returned to his I of Ilellbroun were bus'nesj visitors the early part of the coming ed for construction of n i "It,t)

Preceding the ceremony there L'Etta Corprnlnsr.. Betty ?tIc talk. Shall the Gospel Be homo in Sanford: after spendinga in this section Friday. tourist reason, and one company water plant.
'j George Jnanlta and Mm. R. A. Weeks. I -- -- -
was a program of wedding xaat>lc. I Flynn few days with his grandmotherMrs. -
,: ;, 1' with M'ss: Ethel Griffin as pianist Barefoot J'uqaellnn Andrews! talk. Our Part in the i!:. M. Goodge. .
+h ; M and Owen Griffin as violinist. Nolan I. W. Andrews, III Harold of the Gospel, Rev. J. T. I
; Canova, Jr., of Wado! sang Juno and Jack Hall, Maurice!
wards Jr.. Freddie.:WImb",rly. 9. ........................
+ At Dawning and Mrs. Jack BrlKgs 1 THE PEOPLE OF STARKEand
,j' of Jacksonville, sang Because and I Yarborough Lonnie Harley benad'ction.Kate : Rising :
O Promise Me. The Wedding Mary Williams, Bobble Biggs, Struth leader. i I I
E cille Bower, .- Ulna Iris Mcltue, Coe.N.N.NN..N..N.. .
y1'" Ralph RHodes
March from tiohengrin was: ul'.edas
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a professional! and during,; the and Betty Hayes Clayton ...........*......v I.. .... the surrounding country have patronized the

..f i ceremony MacDowell's To a Wild Jr., Ida Lula and Marjorie Mr. M J. and B. E. McRae of Store well since its little
;r Rose was played. Mendelssohn's Leonard Peek. Freemen SPRINGS I Bargain so opening a more
Caroline and Colette Greeu >IlnB Pearl Norman Clarke, were visitor! :at H. M. "Me-'
Wedding March was used as a re- .
Harriet and Harold Rae's Sunday afternoon. I than week that we are showing our appreciation -
g S Bilonal. Bishop ........w.......... Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Burney of ,. ago
The ushers Eugene L. Matthews lluth W.iinwrlpht, Leonard
t 1 and J. R. Boring. Jr., of Betty Stilley Marguerite and Mrs. J. H. Walnwright Starko were visiting Mr and'. Mrs. by giving the people one more week of bar-
la" d'' Gainesville, entered the church Jeanette Higglnbotham, Don dinner guests of Mr. /ind L. Crawford :Monday.
i first in the bridal procession and ley. Mortie Jean BItch! of the Sapp Sunday. Miss\ Oudla Harnage of Water- gains beginning Saturday, Oct. 26.
1 oak section dunce of
were followed by the maid of honor farm; Billy Blakely Georgia and Mrs. R. C. Cone of was a guest
ft" : i Mss: Leila Dea Andrews; then and Martha Jean Balden. all were visiting Mrs. Cone's Miss Iris McRae Sunday.Mr. t

') '. F came' the matron of honor, Mrs. Jacksonville Vivian Balsdn Mrs. L. L. Sapp Sunday turned. and to their Mrs.home J. W at McRte Lulu re-I Below we list a few of our many BargainsLadies

J. R. Boring Jr., of Galnesvfle Hastings Shirley and Pledger Johns and Mr. Her r
day after spending few days herewith
.f followed oy tne bride on tee arm Colley of Hampton. were visiting In this

7 t ',fir ; of her father. Joseph William An ,. Sunday. Mr.of illness.McRae's parents on account felt hats $2.50 and $3.98 values 98c
drews. Jr. They! were met at th. WOODMKN_ CIRCLK )n-fl: :: Carrie Belle Norman spent ,
f r' altar by the bridegroom anJ hit night with Miss Berttce Mi-. J. C. Crawford and family One lot ladies' silk hose
have moved from this section to 49c
best man Pavld Moore ot Iawtey. Starke Grove No. 278, \ .
t The bride's weddlnr gown was men C:rcle, held its regular Otis Morgan woe'!! visiting Macclenny and will be missed by
of white sa tin,'made on long flowIng ing Tuesday evening Oct. 22nd demons Sunday af- their many friends here. ,House Dresses : 95c

lines with which she wore a 7:30 o'clock with an Dr. W. E. Middleton was a professional :'
i7i i cap shaped veil of tulle edged good attendance.In Mrs. J. M. Norman were visitor to this section Any Ladies'Shoe in store : : .- $2.95

,iv with point lace and caught at the tho absence the of Mr. W. E. Norman Saturday mgnt.
'c Mrs. Vonda Inman Corinth B. Y. P. U. went over I Men's Shirts .., ... "
sides of the rap with orange blossom's. Mrs. afternoon. Winter> y.: 49c
and had their regular lesson with :
t Her bouquet was of bride'srOes Shiver filled the chair. Several Alma Johns was the guest I "
and valley lil'es.! plications were voted on, and Uertlce Norman Sunday. Hcllbrqnu church Sunday. Men's Whiter Drawers 49c
Mr. and Mrs. Russell!! McRae and .. .
r The maid of honor wore a pink silver drill! put on which Mrs. Drew Reddish and; "
1'' taffeta dress made bouffant style a nice sum. Mary attei.ded ;chinch two' little sons! were visitors at Men's OnePiece;' Suit -
:; -. : 98c
with uneven, hemline end tulle We were honored with a ,, Ga., Saturday and I .
coining fron. underneath the hem of our state manager Miss '
Good Work Shirts
,) She carried a bouquet of orchid Otis Crump last week-end. wa a large crowd at the GAIETY'THEATRE -.* 49c

dahlias. The matron of honor was Crump was accompanied by party Friday night at .' .
tr ,j ,, N4; gowned In a gold colored taffeta, eral members of the Starke Sweat's. All reported a l\len'sDressShoes$6.00valu X4.00Men's
ners dilll team to ,,; '
betag' I where they assisted the team School Xotra i Dress Shoes,'$4.00 value $3.50

also carried a bouquet of orchid I Poinsettia Grove In seating the A.: I saw someth.nR: .

dahlias. The maid of boner ald'' ricers and initiatory work. I'll never get over.: STARKE, FLA. Men's Belts, $1.00 value 49c
Y t matron pf honor are both sisters grove will have a brthday: N.: Oh dear tell me what .

of the bride. Everyone bringing a penney ? Men's Felt Hats $2.00
Immediately after the ceremony, years they are old. At our A.: The moon.

a reception was held at the homeof meeting which will be Nov M.: That's a good look- i'Jon.Tues.2829ANNAPOLIS' SEE OUR WORK SHOES BEFORE BUYING
the bride's father, Mr. J. W. e r- !! you have on.
Andrews Jr. The room! of the G. A. MELTING: C.: You're pretty well

lower floor were decorated with with I Get the habit of buying at the Bargain Store. We
The Baptist Girl's Auxiliary N. Is dress too
golden and f rns. After
the reception the young Couple at the home of Mrs: W. J; Allen Brown14th I Clothe whole family for less money..BARGAIN .

r left for a wedd ng u.p to t>.....a son Monday afternoon with .C. No. ,why Episode1r rzan
Florida. Tho bride travelled Ic a members-present. In the .I'n N.: It :just got caught I
brown velvet suit with all browns 1 .l tho president, Mrs.'/ ; The MightyOct.
accessories.The led the devotional, after which L. S.: I am tired of your I STORE
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bride was graduated from !splendid program under ':ne and I'm leaving you for- -
; the Bradford High School, and of "Missionary\ Sandwiches" 31st & Nov. 1st I
later attended Florida State College rendered. Miss Eunice Mildred S.; All right dear,
} for Women In Tallahassee. closed the program with a find the key In the milk Thursday and Friday

Mr Brown Is a graduate of the iclo. F' Uc.w'ng the program case you get in after mId- OUTCASTwith _____ __ __________'._______ ____ __ _____._____u_____ ____ .
Gainesville High School and later bulne s, was taken up and .
attended file University' of Florida, lowing! names wets \ : Retha what does your -
by the nominating committee when he to lunch T
where bv 11'14I/ mmbir ff the goes
Corrinne Griffith and
Sigma Nu fraternity lie Is the]l ejection! for the ensuing year: : He says go easy on the : .

L eon of Dr. and Mrs. a. W. Brown Preaideni-Mlsr'Marown'! children. It's eighty cents a I. James Ford Elite NEW
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of Lawjey. [ Vlce-prerdt.nt--MIslS: Lula c -- Comedy TKb& Two
Mr. and Irs. Brown will make grave. I

their home in Lawtey.: Secretary MisdSunshine ([ ................... Boys .' .
Among the out-of-town guests, ley.
Treasurer-Miss Alice SIlcox. NJIPSON CITY *
atteudlng the wedding were:
CUudo Alvarez Albprt Spencer The following committees I'' Cleo Thom Saturday 2 RADIO

Mrs. Jack Br'ggs! of J.icksonvil'et appointed Program: Committee: l'.I' .............+..*..
Mr. and Mrs.\ Nolan Cam.vn, Jr.. Noisy Neighborswith
Nolan Canova Jr.. of Waldc; Mr. Daisy Tompkins! and Murla had services here Sunday
and Mrs. L. H. Hill, Mr. and MrsJ. Social Committee: Misses and evening by Rev
T. Moore Mrs. Effle Miner l Miss< tha Brownlee and Melbn SIlcox. of Starke. Deteetion
Beatrice Miner Mr. and Mrs. W. Membership Committee: f> Thomas was visiting Et'die Quillan and wi ower

E. Torode. all of Lawtey and M. Eunice Canova Far.u'e SIlcox. in Jacksonville Sunday. Theodore Roberts
F. Brown of mpa. Dorothy Sapp.Personal Mrs. T. C. Thomas and

l --. Service chairman: of PalatM, were vlslUn! ,. >. ir., .gia..,...+r--... / and the .Me w- 45 ;T.uhes

BIRTHDAY CLE U.\TU Lula R..dllrave.The : .. -.. ...-...-.. -.. .-- -- -..- .-.-,-...-.. "-"=" .-o--_. =, :-r:.:_-_................1.._..,Q",7't.: I. '
Auxiliary adopted the
the exclusive
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if Master Leonard Peek was host cle plan and Circle No. 1 will \ I

to'a number of his 'little trends: on with Martha and Mary Uour "Vacation '' t tn
h's! fourth birthday. The guests tit! the home of Mrs. II. L. Majestic
Circle No. 2 with; +
played games on the lawn where ::4walls )011
Hundley on aiCJJday\ n Sensitivity Control -
h' the! big birthday cake with fouryellow .; ?
candles was the :enter of Nov the fourth. L I Ik \ i iI'
small Mrs. Epperson assisted .
attraction. Favors were
:Misses Melba SIlcox, ,, gives you QUIET,
baskets of candy.Lillian
1 Lillian Stern- ;irownlee, end Murla Weeks, k '
Stump, :: i i
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and Smooth
berg Frances Peek and Sinclair id refreshing punch. Reception,

Peek Jr.. served refreshments of eel r .
PREHIJYTKIUAXServices :" ; ..
and cake to the guests. .r
Ice cream -- .,. 1 rat with no oscillation
Those present were: Fay Yar- Sunday. October

., brough J. W. Andrews Iii Jac- as follows: Ia I I the low
quel. n Andrews Nina Bishop 10 a. m., Sunday school l. J. on wavelengths
? Mary Harriet Bishop Patsy Ruth Truby supt. ,
Wtinwrlght:, Harold Bishop. Emmett Lesson topic, "The as well as
and Comer Ferryman O. L. View of Recreation." Ii

Haynes Jr., George }Flynn Jr., 11 a. m. Morning: Worship, I '''"
Freddie Wimterly Gloria Buford, mon by the pastor theme, VACATIONWhen the high ones
Enos Hayes, Elise Green, Freeman Aspirations SAVE FOR YOUR I Model Ol Model 92
Jr. Susan Frances Aide
Register 6:30: p. m. Christian roUe. TBJNIED
:man. Merry Beth Knight, Mary Topic "What Is Worship I $ 13712 Hess fubes) tI67illICSS1uhcs)
W'lilams. L'Etta Corpcnln, Ralph 7:30 p. m Evening!: \Vor vacation time comes again ilon't bewail the STAGES'" .

Rhodes. Ida Lula> anJ Marjorie, aermon find song. Improved Majmte 8up r>Dvtuoilc' Se..I.,.Earn GO............. M.J.llc. ? .,-Iyn.ml.Sp.ak .l-,:"
Davis, Bobby Biggs, Virginia Anderson Midweek meeting for fact that you haven't enough money to take a trip. heavy., ttMrdy. MajcMlc Powr.Pack.. ,with po'irlvot ....,..minJv MaiMte/ Power-Pack, wuh ,: .reaa
Rivers Hrndley. Juarilta study and prayer Wednesday .a-fcllatf'. lnur.* long life and ...'. Early W\n 11.. .olhe."'III..loncth..n.tt.lnul.' I 'tv J .i .dnnm.el J Jufchnl

and Sara Barefoot Leonard Smith 7:30 p. m. The book of the I Start right now by setting aside stipulated. EncIUh dMifn cabinet of AnMfktn Walnut. In -- M rlod' obinM bun walnut of America wlh ....... ." *..." ,no!
4 Jr., Olin White Jr., Mack\ Futch, of the Apostles which records e.IMI o ..Lis.. wIh .maln. impa.sd. Impon.J Aunrah.K
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I" III faunior pan.l'' fmutna "
Louise! Stearns and A. J. Thomas, founding of the Christian amount weekly and when next July and August .. Australian c......auch on pUw and"kn.bkVoi NoA- Ii U m ..... EicuchMil. ........ knoba cal <<.<...' .w.
JrBIRTHDAY revealing the source of .h.d.In..n.in..II..r fcilalud i.nuliM oa.a.
., + I'AKTT. church's gbtenment are here you will have saved sufficient for any! trip
rl and guidance Is the subject of FREE Bom.e DelnOJLUi'beation
present study. l have planned.Bradford .
you may .
Little Miss Patsy Ruth Wain- A cordial Invitation., to all --- -- -- .

f wrght! celebrated her third birth services Is extended to all. l
day Monday afternoon when a DeWITT C. JONES .
's number of her friends were invited KAPTI9T W. M. S. Bank.
to spend the afternoon with her, \ County .
Hallowe'en decorations were 'tiledBud The business and program 1 Hardware

r games and stories suitable foi Inc of the Baptist W. M. S. will&,. Bradford County's Financial Stronghold .
i that occasion were enjoyed.. held at the church Monday lWi -
m, Late .in the afternoon ice cream I noon at 3SO. Circle No. 1 1 I STARKE ""FLA.IIII.r Radio
and wafers were served to the little have charge of the program. I
guests. ladle are urged to be pr _-' '.....-... I "... dl .....-....-',..."-,...... .

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?525Za 2h75L u 5Z5 j,I Elizabeth. Williams and< Amy i ometi'ry near) Brooker for Inter- I' Uuval (..ounMSouth kionvlllc, tDV. I Fertilizer :1:
'Highway Into Try :
i! t.oor,', mont., the funeral services! being I ( I), N Laudordale St Johns ,

( CHiiiO St AuKUHllnc; T J, Taylor I :
I - --- ''oud uc tod by the Rev. Mr Q. P. Archer Paved Without Filler
Bits ofLocal Miss Myrtle Otis Crump of Tum-. Marlon county Ocala; and R.
Raymond of Starke.
it. Tabb, Putnam and Flagler .
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pn a1 .u..i'dgir bur the Woodiiiin ---
a '. Cinle.; The floral offerings were many Itmul No. count Ion, Palatka. Strawberry Farm" Make<< TwtM to ,' iyr
stopped over in Starker Missing I.Ink on Htatn ',1 ;
r rlday on her way to Jacksonv Hoo and beaut ful. Covered with these, lit: HIM Completed Base $ Kff Nev&sConcerning POX: IIUNTKRH: HOLD
I attend the Poinsettia On. ve :all that was mortal of the loved Ilork Foundation ---
riiil: KHIUKS AT I '
meeting. While here she was the one, and friend, was left to rest KKVHTO.NK: MKKTINU Winter Garden, "' ?1

,nest of Mis. L. S. Hutto and Miss: until "the dawn and the shadows Archer, Oct. 21.-There Is gen- State and federal 'l s

y Our People Business and Vmy M ore> flee away." eral rejoicing throughout this section p
Keystone Heights, Oct. 18. agencies lire making .'i,
J Progress of the County and Town. A good citizen has gone from over the completion. of the Members of the Florida State Fox I of the theory that ,'{f

Mr ft pd Mn Itobert F. Demo- among us; fertilizer can be 'jIj\\
five-mile missing link on state
Hunters Association in session: .
A man of quiet and unobstrusivo -
rest returned home strawberries
--- == _=. === --- Fr'day night highway/ No. 13 from the end of .
G.:>=="' ""' ''''''''''---- -- ""' ''r25" ===== GC.J: alter spending the last eight demeanor, here nt their annual meeting have the plants. I

M., i IL i Bowd spent, Saturday I Iaftl'fU' Mrs. A. II. Freeman of Ocala, months managing the Demorest 'A faithful friend has taken his I the'o the pavement Atlantic out Coast of Line Gainesville tracksat devoted the past two days to field Experts say there _""
was visiting friends: Stock h s departure; pounds of \ :;
n in Jacksonville. here Wednesday Company in Virginia and Archer. Contractor L. M Gray work of the derbies. Residents of pure
morning her Went Virelnla. A kind and loving husband and of the :
on way to Jacksonville They report a has down Keystone Heights have wakened Ii'
-- finished putting the ruck
successful father, looking; well to the ways of and the saving on .
early varieties. season with the r show I I' base on this five-mile stretch, each morning to the sound ofhuntamen's ;
t'abbau plants but with the coming winter in providing to the temparal wantsof I would be Important /r :
I horn and the baying !
which is now thrown open to traitfee '
3 J. F I'll''killer, 8-27-tf. Mrs. C. C. Shepard of Illllard: t those states, the call! of Florida is these committed to his keeping I I In order to expedite the pack- of the hounds. the plan proves ++ ,.,; "

spent=, Thursday with Mrs. Tames too strong to resist and they return'I lias said farewell. ing of the base, after which the top Prize winners: in the Held derbies will be continued : i'/ '!/ :

L1 Taylor of Lawtey, was aim Shepard and Mr. and Mrs. C. A. hero for the winter months. But oh, he- is gone and we are ourfaelnn will be applied Wrrk follow: winter with many '(1: ,, I M :
L. left .
tilizer at the Harry \ : :
visitor to Starke Friday. Knight. Is alfendy under way on the tour First derby stake II.' J. \
| lw : ---- The Y. W. A., under the direction And why we cannot tell, miles of grade extending southwest Clall o's "Polly"\ Sanford. berry farm here. ;\,p I:\1!

Ml ":''II( Mrs. O, A.-Price- of Ft. Miss Elizabeth: Craig of PineBluri. of Mrs. G, C. White presentedthe But God from doeth Ills all Holy things ward well.we read from Archer to Levy county Second derby stake-J. II. Pink- Suwannee-county. ; "",, IA',, ( '11"

I in town Monday> Ark., Is 8rem"ng! the winter pantomlne "Oh Zion Haste"Wednesday -C- line, where connection will be oson's "Strlpo", Alachua.
vbitire sured of another
\ with Mr. and Mrs Edward Burns night at the Baptist made with the completed paved Third derby stake-R. J. Well's +
MRS LOHEXA BENNhTT.lOSl't4': : : warehouse, and ,
i [U. Doyle spent Saturday and will attend school here church. Those taking part were: Highway Into llronson'; Both projects "Llghlfoot," Gainesville. j 'r
Ml start In time to
Misses Blanche Alderman, Eunice <<: which will be completed In Fourth derby stake II. J.Clause's .
I Pahlka.\ The of \Mrs.\ Lorena Bennett before the next
body -
m D.'. and Mrs. A. F. Douglas returned Perkins Cleo Shepard, Tuehna about two weeks, will provide a "Graham", Sanford. t
Jones, 37, was brought here the Live Oak i ,
and oat eeed. J. F.: to Chattachoochee last Silcox, Louise Hayes and Mildred paved route from Cedar Key thru The silver loving cup presented this t '
HY".Me" Tuesday, Oct. 22, for burial in the adds that ?
(:ill. The planet \MH Ethel paper
9-27-tf. Thursday. Mrs Douglas has spent was Chleflaml, RronHon, Archer by Mrs Helen Drake of Mt. Dora
KlrkJl""' i I' Crosby Lake Cemetery.IIrR.\ was made at a joint
__ several weeks visiting here. Griffin and soloist Mra Geo. F Gainesville Waldo and Starke to was won by "Polly" owned by 11.
Jones was a daughter of J. P. stockholders of the ,
Butler fr'lynn.Mr. Baldwin where connection is made J. Cause of Sanford. ;
of Lake
B. Malnes -
!Un, i Fk'rmett, a former sheriff of Bradford bacco: Warehouse at .
,','t i Monday In Starke as the ,. Mr. and! Mm.. AD, Bumgarner -! with state road No 1, the croes- Result of the Bench Show staged tiOc.'I.
w' county. ports of the ,
Jnc8i .oIr Mrs. D. 13. Knight.Mr have as their guests, 'Oliver Bum- and Mrs. J. C Adkins and stato highway between Jackson as a. part of the fox: hunter's s'
,, were read
garner of Sanford. He has entered Mr and Mrs. DeWitt Drown will NEW PASSENGER AC11K1HJLKS; ville nnd Pensacola This route, program follow: year favorable
far more
"md Mrs. A. II. Edwards of the Starke High School. motor to Starke tomorrow to be No. 13, also links up with practically Best derby matron-J. W. Well's vious '

iilrlMii"1'' spent Sunday afternoon present at the marriage of Clifton Beginning Sunday, April! 21st, all\ the other main trunk "Queen", Gainesville.: -year. COne -.

I with, MI\, and Mrs. B. S Edwards Miss Mjiy\ Peek returned to Brown of Lawtey. to Mss: Florence Seaboard Railway schedules for lines recently completed In Flor Best derby dog-J. W. Well's of the I

---- Jacksonville last Friday after a Andrews, which will be solemnized Starke were posted as follows: '<111.. It is hoped that within an- "Joe", Gainesville. taking care of the \ V.

1011'" I I' M. Barefoot and dauhniunlta visit with her niece, Mis. E. K at 6 p. m., at the Methodist Southbound other year the short cut from Bout ail-ago matron J. W.Well's potato Is the cnnn'ng:
leI'S. and Sara, spent last Ferryman. :hurch. The groom-elect is a No. 1-Local( ) 11:19 p. m. Itronson to Cedar Key through "Betty", Gainesville. lathes l by a. new I t I'
cousin of Mrs. Adkins and the
Otter Creek will be completed Dost all-age; dog-J. R. Litton's
IFida> in Jlcksnnl'llle.\ No. 11- (Local) 11:23 a. m. organized ct :
-- \Mrs. W J. Epperson spent Wednesday bride Is a sister to Mrs. John Bor- No 107--(Limited) 1:19: p. m. thus doing away with the longer "Barney Bridges" Leesburg. puny will not only '

Mi Matrlu Battler of Raltord, : ::11 Gainesville with her son- nit:, Jr. Gainesville Evening No. 191-( Limited) 10:34 p. m. route by way of Chlefland, Bunt" pair-J. R. Lltton's "Bar all the small f

was .I i business visitor In Starke in-law and daughter, Mr. and, :Mrs., News, Oct. 16th. Northbound ney Bridges," "Barbara Burton" spring crop but is ;l':. V
Dale Van Slckel. TICK 1.n.\; Hf\TIOS Beat' pack M. II. Dadey's.Galn&lIvltle. "
No. 2-Local fall a
Wedn\\ '' lay ) 5:35: a. m. farmers plant
We are Informed that Sanford IH: No. 12-(loca]) 3:05: p, m. canning purposes and
. Mi ,Iud Mrs. G. C. LlylngHIJp t Mrs T. J. Alderman and uigh! niUli, of Florida, who Is well No. 108-(Limited) 5:41: p. m. Id.\itLl' NEXT YK.llt Best matron In show, J. R. to northern r V

I ami Mi David Blacker of Tampa ter, Susan Frances Mrs. B. S. Car. known to our people through hU Wannee Branch tharln 101 now Well's "Betty", Gainesville. ----- -

| pent' .veial day lero this week. roll Lois Long and Evelyn Stump connection with the Demorost leaves Starke 7:00 a. m., and tra'n Tick eradication In Putnam Bent dog In show-J. R. Litton

spent Saturday In Jacksonville. Theatrical Company:! j lhas accepted 102 arrives Starke 2:40: p. m. county will begin by March 1, "Barney Bridges," Leosburg. Women

Mi and Mrs. Orville Gr:flli of a position with the local Veneering Blue nUll Linen 1930. according to an announce- Best opposite sex--J. R. Well's Bladder ;j

j Lakt Mutter, were In Starke Tues- Col. D.I E. Knight spent several plant and will shortly,\ make Moore- Northbound-8:59: a. in., 1:58: ment from Tallahassee Simultaneously "Betty", Gainesville. I
days In Macclenny and Jackson fold his home Mr! Rich is a Tented ; the state livestock board Barney Bridges owned by J, R. Ii : j t'
Idiy p. m., 4:30: p. m., 8:28: p.11'., 5:10: If functional I ,
ville this week on professional musician' and will assume a. m. will begin the eradication of the Litton of Loesburg won the silver disturbs your sleep,
the position as director of the pest In Alachua Marlon St. Itching ;,
Mrs II. A. Bishop and Mrs. G.IK business.Mr. Southbound-9:37: a. m., 11:37a. trophy presented by the Keystone tng or f
Methodist choir. We are certar.1)glad : Johns and Flagler counties and Leg Pains or
heights chamber of commerce. '
Li-win spent Tuesday in Jacknonvlllo gentlema.n m., 4:07: p. m., 6:37: p. m., 11:50: log you feel tired 3:
| and Mrs. W. F. Barefoot to welcome this to p. m. that portion of Duval lying south The remainder of the week will be discouraged, why not ,j
and daughters of Sanderson and our midst-Moorefleld. West Vir- -. and east of the St. Johns river. devoted to field work with a free 48 HourTest? Don't I{! I '

Mlsh Edna Hutto and Mrs. W. L. Mrs. Jim Shaw of Jacksonville ginian.t'OUNTY. HTATK I'PKHH: Hflt \1MSOOK The work of vat construction is for all to mark the close of the Oxte! today at See any ,, '
I l Iliitd weie visitors to JacksonI were visitors here Sunday. TO GO "ox 1'IJ1n.." already under way In this urea, annual meeting It quickly to the it works. "
I Sunday afternoon. -- JfDCJK'M) : COUIITCases under the direction of Dr. Wilbur .- dopnn't bring quick ,j 1'

M.- and Mrs. Cyrus Hoover left At 8:45: Friday evening, Oct. 25, McPherson, Alachua county A chicken knows as much as a and satisfy you (' '

Mri- 'I', J. Alderman and }Mrs. S. Sunday for the'r home in Miami d'sposed of In county while newspaper men of the state OalncsvIITe; Dr. J, n. WSrthlln. hen but lacks expT'on Cycles today. Only ; .,; ,
judge's court, Oct 22nd, 1929. .t
j L (I"' 'k spent WeduoBday In Jn,:k- after spending two weeks herewith are assembled at Melbourne at- ,,1!
j onvillf, Mr. and \Mrs. Frank Hoover. Wesley, Morgan assault and tending the convention! of the titre ": M ;'*r -'v.,' ljt ftlwtlra n7, araaiai.r "on!", ", I Ii '
battery verdict not guilty; defendant y
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South Florida Press Association, a :
Miss Iva Boyd of Johnstown, Mr. and IIII'll.V.. II. Sargent left discharged. unique program will be broadcast: .
spent the week with Miss Edna last Friday: for their home In MldJletown Dan Boyd, hunting quail In closed from radio station W. D. A. E., 1'I'T '

N. Y. They had been season; plead guilty, fined $10.00 the Times b'
Stansbury. Tampa, as a tribute to C'l Fair.I
ailed here by .the death of Mrs and costs or 90 days In jail. the Press of the state. Vroman S ; L
Lem Goodwlne hunting quailIn
Mi and Mrs. Carl Woolen of S. Hewke. Russell Kay who operates the ..IDon't
closed trial by Jury
Florida reads
Lawtey were visitors here Tues- Cl'pplng Sorvlattftnd
day Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Johns of verdict, guilty, fined $10.00 and every newspaper..tradeTpaper ann forget the 'Fair al the 'Woman's Club. Come out every night and \
Townsendof costs or 90 days in Jail; One and "
I Baldwin, 11..1IIlss\ Viola magazine published In the state, ,j

Mi and Mrs. Leaston Wynn of Lake Butler wero guehts of cost paid.Q. conceived the Idea of selecting I at enjoy the entertainments and see what is going on in Bradford County
B. McCain, buntIng quail In
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Johns Sunday
Hampton, were business visitors random items worthy of a place in
h"ro Wednesday.' afternoon. eloped season; trial by Jury, ver- his "Press Cllpp'ng Scrapbook"A and adjoining Counties. Make. our Store your home;'leave orders with! ,, ,
dict guilty; fined $10.00 and costsor

Mrs P. B. Hunt and Mn. O. The Sunbeams will meet in the 90 days in jail. Appealed to corking clever editorial squib from from one another paper,, .a a us and we will do the rest all you will have to do is call for them later. I

Haynes of Hampton were visitors home of M"s. \1f[, J, Epperson Monday circuit court. wise-crack or two and maybe a
afternoon at 3:30: o'clock. Smith Johns, hinting quail in bit of :? .
here Wedn"sday. verse, something to amuse,
Miss Martha Brownlee will have closed season; verdict: guilty, fined inspire, help and cheer. This Fair promises to be the best yet-Thursday, Friday and Saturday kI
90 In
and costs days
Mr L. R. Gainey and, Mrs. G, charge of the meeting.Rev. $10.00 Arrangements have been made
Crawford were business visitors jail. Appealed to circuit court. with: W. D. A, E. fQr a regular -- I t

hw from. Brookcr Wudnesdiy. and Mrs. J. V. Robinsonof Denzell Thomas, hunting quail'n weekly feature sponsors by the
-- MerhnnUsburg.\ Ohio, ere closed season; verdict guilty, Florida Clipping Service to be VAl)/ CAMP'S MILK I GIltB'S' PORK AND BEANS )

Mrs I,. A. Wynn of Hamptonwan spending a few weeks "here with fined $10.00 and costs or 90 days known as the "State* Press Scrap-
their: son-In-law and daughter \Mr\ la Jan. Appealed to circuit court. I f for 25c
visiting, In Starke Wednesdayafternoon and Mrs. A. II. Harley, Jr Abe Goodwine bunting quail 'fa book.It Is fitting Indeed that the introduction Large Cans, .3 f for 25c r No. 2 Size - 3 '

closed season; verdict guilty, f.red of this feature should I .
'' Mr. and Mrs. Alec Cureton of $10.00 and costs, or 90 days In V J
M KS MaBelle Fore of Wildwood De-cur on the date of the Press
aiMvul here this week to accept n Miami are spending the! week with Jail. Appealed to circuit court. Convention. While it will serve to 'Welch's Pure CaneSUGAR Fancy FirmPOTATOES < 4

position In the grammar school Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Wall. Mrs. Horace Williams threatening prevent Mr. Kay's attendance at

Cureton will be remembered hereas personal violence upon one Ada the meeting he will be there In ;

Mr Joseph Thomas who has Miss Lucille Deal. Smith, requred! to give bond to spirit! and if there isn't too much CATSUP ,

spent several months In Qulocy, keep peace in the sum of $1,00.00and static perhaps he will be able to ;, ,
returned Mrs. Frances Parker and little In default of said bond and pi"i"I himself heard on that oc-
to Starke this week.

Mr C, II. Coulter spent, several granddaughter perman; of ,Jacksonville Mary Frances were Op- payment Plead guilty.of costs 90 days in jail. caslofluNOTICI Large Bottle 20c 10 pounds 60c 10 pounds 39c ;

days of this week In Trenton on week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Horace Tyson operating truck <3 TO UI.II"01l8 AND! CHttU-

frI,: >8try business. P. M. Barefoot without license; fined $1.00 and many l''

costsJ; >>!r.6Q: days. In toll", and re-, Notloa ,In. r.TyKlvn, that all BLUE RIDGE CORN 1, : DEL-MONTE SPINACH ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wilson returned Mrs O. L. Beasl y'left last Friday 1 'gLlrsln gQt hJ80 niceww: paid creditors, legatees/ dlntrlbuteei and

( Sunday from. Cocoa where for a visit with her parents\ Jack Crawford, open profanity; the all Estate persons. .of hawing Alice, C.chums M. Howke. aural, daceaned. nut. I V

the? spent several days. Mr, and Mrs. A. C. Durden also spent in Tam the case'dismissed costs; plead guilty.upon payment of orif their. are rlalmx hnrPbv'Inly r**<1iilp authenticated*. No.1 1 size - 3 for 25c : i No.lSize 1 - 2 for 24c .

pa. Mr. Beasley .
to the HnnnrablA Oar* A. Mr and Mrs. Charley Johns of week-end In Tampa returning to Sidney Chestnut, possession of Judge/ of Bradford County
Iquor; fined $10.00 and ,costs or Florida. for till approval! within one
H llwln were visitors here Tues- Starke Sunday.We year from data hereof, or thin notice lasses Kisses !
da\\ afternoon. 60 days In jail; paid. will be. held In bar thereto, and Compound Salt 'WhiteBACON .
nil Indebted. to said entate 1
drunkness peraona
Raiford Chestnut ;
have following fresh .
-- are reniio'etd, to pay their paid rlohtu CANDY
Mr. W. B. Alxeander and Mr. turnip rutabagas, mustard cabbage plead guilty; fined $1.00 and costsor forthwith. to the underpinned "Se'U.tor. LARD : I

Jesso Alexander of Hampton wereIn beets, lettuce, radish, car- 30 days in jail; paid. """(vie 25th flay of October, A. :t>.. ,
,; rots, onions collards, also onion Ellga Chestnut, drunkness; 1929.
Starke -1 lOc
Thursday afternoon.
tined $1.00 and costsor WALTER it. snnanNT AND MAE Quart - 'i
sets. J. F. Klckllter. tf plead guilty, !llldWKK) ai.ItIENTExecutor's : a;
r 01. j. L. Frazee left Thursday- 30 days In jail; paid. Estate: llewlte of Afire, deceased.(' M Pound12c!I I Pound d - IGc '

f'" Went Palm Beach where he Mr. Carr Colley\ is spending his G. W Chestnut, drnnkness: Aflt121fI.. Balloon Frc '
mother guilty, fined $1 00 and costs s
Was railed on professional busl- Vacation hero with his plead ..-
ness I llrs.V.. A. Colley. Larr is now or 30 days la Jail; paid.
located 'ii Brooklyn N. Y., wherehe Arthur N. Rosenberg passing i:
the worthless check; dlsm'ssed upon Say it with Flowers .

holding State's Judge Attorney A. Z. Adkins II. V.have Kn'ghtand been forth Plerrepont i la assistant! Hotel.manager fendant payment discharged.W. of check .and costs; de- Flowers For All No. 2 Size - Each 15c :i 3 .Packages25c!

court In Macclenny
( past ten days. Mr. II A. Smith, Assistant State C. Chambers larceny of shotgun Occasions I ,

Forester was In Starke Tuesday ; plead guilty, sentenced to ,t)

conferring with: the local office six months In jail; no fine. C arnation-Pet Fresh Fresh GreenCabbage 15 :)4 f

about matters pertaining to the tJertrude CodbeyAnderson

CENT A %WORD City.Forestry Fair to be held in Lake IMSHING Friends OF throughout-1>AN n. W.lIinKX the state MILK Coconuts ,

_ COLUMN Mr. Gerald Mlddleton Mrs. W. were made sad on receiving news Phone 11. Waldo, Fla.

WANTED Paper, shell and III.! Mlddleton Mrs. E. S. Matthews.Mlrta of the passing of Dan B. Warrenof Large Can lOc 3for25c Pound-------Sc j
Mlcco, Fla, age 58 years. _
'('{'dlh'. pecans. II. U. Wiggins, Minnie Gruber Was\ Madge tI! .
Miss Florence Matthews He- was a Bradford county boy
Starke, Fla" 10-25-21.t Middleton and
his boyhood and 'Or,:;J
having: 'spent
Saturday. -
were in Jacksonville kQeif9pt9)
u' 'VNTED Black moss. Can young manhood on his father's SILVER SKIN ONIONS ;: NEW SWEET POTATOES
farm near Sampson City. He

Starke, Fla. 1SALE t and Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Knight left the last 25 years. pounds a - 15cUUim j'j'aanallaI
Tuesday for a''trip 'down the west He was' married to Miss Mary Undertakers' Supplies

N. C., In 1904, _,............... ... ...,.. ,, ,
.. .. ,
Clarkton, ,
of ,
Fan Atrawberry plants i oast, across the Tamlaml Trail to Brown AUTOMOBILE HEAKSB ( ""uiaaauiej""- !'''! '''PMIIH'''! *(* WHWMIflrtfl''''' 'Ui o'Io.UIII"IoII"!'1 "U: 1 1U' U"'" JJl 4W! "L11aWYIIIW1aAl/YWtpJUIIWIWgIIIn{ "'<, "! Wuif"' !''JI, WMMMW4IUI _
Melbourne and Is survived by his widow and
select Missionary! second runners Miami and thence to
where they will attend the Florida two son, aged- 23 and 12 yearsrespectively. AI._,* .. ........ Tfcetfc IM.1 ..r.tr
ready to set. J.W. Beden-
I' .< .. to> prteM.U ap.s.I as.5.at
Association meeting. ... '.._
baugh Hampton. 10-18-21 Press ... .-"<
Ills health was some what broken "CIOTflRtB, CMH: LM.BDEWITT
Woodman for the last few months though STOPE
l.OST-Mbed dark Those attending 1
bull pup, C. JONES
to look after his bus *
Grove No. :26C'a he continued
brown brindle 10 monthl old, Circle at
Jacksonville last Friday night nets affairs until Monday night be- 8TARKR FLA.KMB0MXMMX&P .
Bill. Reward for return -
from Starke were: Misses\ Edna fore his decease, feet.-12th. II _
or Information to X; S. Andrews
Starke. Ufi'W.J .in4 Carrie' Hutto, Gladys and Ills body was ta\en to Deaden aaom( ,,- i i


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J u' -------. . : .. ,.,,xnawanaaaaas.w.aa..raaa. 'iiuliH /: ;t;; ; Sl;;.; \SON A RECORD; I Kxriii-s-t: snu>:Mivra' : OF day', while -bcrrii-- 1 ? -..:;
Il I ,un <; /: ItUKAKKR HTRAIVRIRIIIKS: travel:ng only 1.
How to ind It I get to the New "'"
& / York '
Farmers bn June 21. the Interstate Commerce
j Farming 'ho prediction freely made In I the morning{; of tin,. i "'""

% I" RaisePoultry less : ciunrters that the com:ng1 Commission: Issued lan order serious dlsQdvnniiiK. ,,. i, ""

1. will be a record breaker In (directed to all the railroads concerned strawberry Ill"!'
t.J ,
i,, ; (11)KI.t'I.IIur"\ Editor) I : IIUI'1)o tourist visitors to Florida! growoi "n : '
l ''ruc requiring (the railroads< "to 1 ona of dollars darn, i,, 11\1.\

--- I Dy Dr. L. D. LeGear, V. S. There IH borne out by a check provide, on or before December 1, It has prevailed .\n "'

I St. Loll!., Mo. white number of foreign nutomo- 1929, nnd thereafter to furnish, to obtain for ]Kloi'n, ,
and Truckers Arc Invited to Contribute Article "
Farmers Dr.LeOearisa' BradiMfa of the Onrnrto pour ng Into the v.
: (upon reasonable request and reasonable press transportation! ,,
+ of Farm and Methods Found Veterinary. Cxlieua. 2592. Thlrtv.iayear. I ".
Experiences Cal'8for '
: .of vatftrlniirv prattle on ttlBMiMflof after not'ce refrigerator Joyed by Louis unu h ,

III' To Be Best Suited to Our Country llvo Mock on poultry and poultry.and stock.Linmencauthority mlilnic. raising at the tabulated record the movement of strawberries until this( year1; !(*th,1I, '. '''"

m7 y r .. Nationally known poultry breeder ply National.. Guard units on and dewberries from such originating slon was so impre" ,,.ii,) i, :.
'" II
--.---- ,, ---- -- Noted author and l"*.turer. : \ patrol duty under territory! (the stale of Flor- Ing made by the F\\<"i *:
------- /; I of Lt. Colonel Pres- ida, North Carolina. Alabama and) that the order abet,,. "?v
(',SRI': OK SKKUUKI: I r I I AilltloXVVIU shows n remarkable In- South Carolina) to destinations '' i! ""Ia.
iHsued.U .
't SL'I] SB I York is
I tvon this early of visitors
l,t, uE( J\:' T7tt'h .u.IIXU: [ ISy Sputti 'ohnlffill I II !H RY\VIM> Till: "COLOR an ) o-fllciul classification territory ]Kim now (levot"p ,
state 'n the ex-
I !I LINK": ; ON EGGS were at !: Union ':press service. with further orders ] railroads: affected h 1\ "
I the one. These records come \ that "respondents! which indication .
pnrtldpato or Inllmm Hl"
+ ill "
Cultivation of young plans ,
Our "Thll\t'CiiPN" Color of hut IHxided In- 1027 guard posts along the. In such movement be, Florida growers (Ihll1'i n'
begin ax soon Lc-t'H Use Ktrns", a ; I I', "
seedbed and be
tho ni patrol may
I'hinco twi their :Market Virtue In decline they are 'hereby notified end required
r. as they' tfl'o up\ and continue unt'lthey" When: the teacher in the physiology Pones Paris of Ibo( ('onntr, A :ahead cover every automobile to handle !such! shipments in I Interstate Cominern, ," i ,Ih""?

i 41re removed l, says Dr. Q. F. class' asked, "What is the I)
+ Webci', aiHctlute ilant pathologist': least used bone In the body?" one !. Brown In :Mnny Centers and the dozen. They constitute perhaps for movement over their pets in a state of uiu. I, ,,/II.,,

at the Florida Kxpoi;; 'linent Station. bright you tthter replied, "The ItC'V'I"' In Others. comprehensive such rec- respective lines." It was further I venting': the maIling ,"I, i ,,

Ir Weber says that protection head'' That boy probably knew -- other has ever been gathered. ord red that "the term ''express plans !and arraiiRcmi'in:\ ', unr(.

r ,{ t from the nun should be providod, nature preUy well. one !! for the week ending Oc- service,' as applied to carload! i advantage of th.. ','sting ',
human There are no doubt very few ''dI ,,
until the plants] have reached a However, farming is a profession who would care to take literally teen as compiled at fly eradlea- strawberry shipments from FlorIda ] schedules contemplate, tl! ",_

+. good growing condlt'oil. He reeoinmendii In which the use of the head I Such show dining' Is def'ned to mean such service I tier. If the now set,'\ i, ,,
-oft-quoted assertion! of a well hi'
( t'' a cover of canvas, or almost a necessity for success' .little I southbound cars from as will enable respendenls under -linst'tuled, December i ,
writer that
t 1'm's some similar"hiaterlal, for llio protection There i Is need for a good! bit'of pre- )' states entering upon the I normal conditions to make de !I sentlal that the rallnm.l
ler blondes. Most certainly some ?
'1 1 front frost during the win but totaled 6,222 and that liveries at New York City Boston ""order
/ TMiscle and brawn In farming: tintlemcn do prefer blondes, but or that the growi-i '' t i, p.
r months. need for in the Union except Ituffnlo, Pittsburgh, Cloveland, Detroit be
',j tcr there is also urgent vou pers may advised \t. .
hero( are others who have a decided I"?"
Several types of Irrigation may briins. 'Agriculture grows more to be was represented In and Ch'caRo In time for mar- I coed The growers: ."n i \
No dislroits
for brunettes.
preference I"i
h i foe used. The mont sat'aCaetory la year, and the farm- pared : ( The number coming from ket thethtrd morning from. date of"onslnment i of finding out In ,
omplex man who fuvors either the lighteror '"\\f['"
Biih-lrrlKatlon; that la tile placed I who use their "thinking caps"aii public was as follows: Ala] when shipped from I railroads Intend to do pare!
t r'I tho darker tresses would dare
below lit surface of the soil and gradually forging to the front.J. most Arizona. 23, Arkansas northern Florida. and fourth morn- succeeded tu having i ''amiml
; Lo that the color of his chorea
y 1 may act either as an Irrigation or'' W Klror tells"In the Progressive say from, 131, Colorado' 22, 'ng when shipped from southern Hoard remove all qu.uBtrlrtlons ,.
1 tarried with it virtue "
{ ( any superior ,
it drainage Hyatem, says Dr. Weber who heard 20, District of Colum- Flor'dn.] strawberi
of townsman on
a '
: ',
Farmer "I I
grace, or distinction. He Just 1 I'kes \('
r HA recommends surface Irrigation asking about hairy vetch, a dends? 14, Oeorg'a 2,591, This order was the result of 12 outlook for a good/ m-n. II MH|
wan: What .ho likes and that's all thereIn 4.
'i as the next best method, and say legume which is well adapted 131{, Indiana 81, years of earnest effort>n the partof Plant City and l.ultl'la' '
winter it A similar situation one
that the sprinkler In the least dash to this atnte. After having the to very ('.\J.VI Kansas;: 30, Kentucky 74 the strawberry growers of FlorIda ] Is brldght-If the piv. ',, n
exists In the egg market, strange ?
ilrt't, 1 able. amount of seed, time and manner TO : :: : .1 121 Maine. 41, Maryland who had suffered, year otter talnty as to the express (
it to of In ran
ao may see: many UI.
y 'i' Accoidlng to Dr.V bor, the sowing, end inoculalon, explained ) 61, Mlch'gan. year, from the Inadequacy of railroad be removed.
If somo parts of the country, brown
t plants should be dusted, or sprayed to him, the man stated almost unsalable with 39, Mississippi 64, transportation of their crops The strawberry Indu, the
week to protect them but eggs are The] 18, Montana\ 10, Nebras- to the markets of the Al-
once a looked good all right, country. second major Industry in '" .
1 ) that it wh'to ones at a premium, whileIn 'nrrl(
I v from diseases. For thjs purpose in his opinion there was nothingto other places the exact reverse is buy Nevada 4, New Hampsh'ro: though Florida has, for -.20! days, tory embraced In the i pi> during! !

he sugegsts 2-3-50 Bordeaux' ort it. "What we need is something to one Jersey 55, New Mexlo 19, a virtual monopoly In supplying area. It is entitled to H 'itraosl
80-20 copper-lime dust that does not take so much scientific Just why certain sections of the mals 226, North Carolina 8.1, strawberries for national consumption consideration. The grow rarely .

ti Dr Weber warns growers not knowledge Unless we get be doesn't 11 Ohio 227, Okla- ,this great advantage has been are entitled to an eai' 'iiswcrto

BS' to pull the plants out, but when things that are" fool-proof, we are country should BO thoroughly Oregon 11, Pennsylvania largely nullified by the fact that their question: Wh.i' .I' (he
I prejudiced In favor of one coloror
of ready to be removed insert The : Island 10, South Caro ,-"'.>'''enis have been
P', they arc Just wasting! our time. the other is something that requires subjected to railroads! going to do alu' ,n,! If" .
a fork underneath and lift. UI). And Mr. Flror goes on to say herd ': South Dakota none, Ten freight cars, moving on slow sched- Tampa Tribune.

n This saves the root system, and aptly that there "ain't no a lot more expla'nlng than from < 342, Texas 105, Utah 8, n 'un tne case was brought ----a--
most tho allotted to this article
.enables the plant to start growing anfimile" as tool-proof farming space stated. 6, Virginia 59, \ ': before the Interstate Commerce Jacksonville -- Con i I ,ifiion
such will No has been
1 permit. one yet
more qu'rKIy when It Is transplant: or foolproof any other business. able to discover that the color of cows : West Virgin CO, 1Vlscon-I' ".emission. It was shown that started on $27,600 brum', i n I!'iirary[

ed. Care in removing the-plants "If one could sow without 1 ; ptrnwherrles move practically 1- bultd'ng for Willow Brun 'I nark
P' an egg shell has any connect'cn! bull.Good
render them less subject to attack thought and reap without effort, with t the food value of Its contents. that same week a total 700 miles from the Louisiana terr' orner of Cherry and Par', 'fe' <.lB,

from fungi at the Injured places, what would farming be like, any- On the contrary, It seems to bewell tho best automotive vehicles TV and reach that Miami Beach -- DuildiiiK boom |

t says Dr. Weber. .. ?" he asks. milk, guard lines; but 42,330. market on the morning of the third i underway here.
way established that If hens laying .
------- --- -
-.-,- observation, and calf licenses. Inspection
rimer or KMHO smt\'J(''' Study: practice, from those brown eggs are fed the same ma- ration I located 420 carry'ng pro- y ,asasasasrc Sas sa sasasa sa sa sa asasas 2525Z5Z
heeding good terlaln and cared for in the same
MHITH I.'I.OIUUTO 1 IANHTATKWI11H \IHlnot just listening to : host fruits and vegetables STRA WBERRY PLANTS OF
who know QUALITYFor
way as laying ones,
; : KARM: IMIOCJRA5IMo : to the quarantine regula-
every soap-box orator who pretends the of both values. Nev-
--- I to know farming will help the calf (! explains, it is said, the fifty years we have grjwn and Bold the best stn...

[ PRO Salisbury, chief of the radio greatly In developing better farmIng Tthelet.s] these strange, local pre- The tontlnu'ng the National berry plants] grown. See our agents and get your oul'i+ I' r"

service of the United States department i !!: practices for our farms. At- judices must be considered just ida The percentage of In with them or mail direct same to me. Plant crop
certain merchants must reckon
of agriculture, held a as that the of the quarantine regula short til's season every place advise to ,
i tending every field meeting, short so we you get
with the fact that In
women cer-
conference here Monday, October"t and farmers' gathering develop small; but remains very der In early and make sure of your wants.
course, tain of the will -
parts country acCEpt -
i 21 with th- Vice Director and( editors held within reach will help us is to Mv nl;cuts IU'(' X. \\'lIlnWI'I/oIht./; .Jr., I>\ I'". Flange nnd,
nothing but Clark's thread,
't '' of the Florida Agricultural learn how to handle some! things J. M. Ilrownice. l'l'l'rslh"do'Ull'; : }', from )" "11I'1

t extension division: and the assistant that may be difficult for us now. whllo spindles Coat's thread from, iden-t'cnl spun!' on raw the tinal : CROPS 'L.\XTI'U; ) beds 1OOO to .10OO, $:1. Over oOOO, $:2.75, t. o. I b. licro
director of the experiment Bta- same
statewide agricultural And while we are thinking about materials, is the only brand others of the and fertilizer have alrend'
Hon regarding; a \ .
ours'lves, we should not forget to men J.A.BAUERJUDBOXIA
will have.
) radio progam for 1930. for 375 acres of win I.OCIBOX\: 3D .Mlh
buV children better | g ,
This peculiar state of affairs Is
of agriculture n Calhoun
plans TJ'Q to department furnish a five minute UPS, or they will always be hands! '', of 1 I'tlle interest to the poultry- ble' was' iimimminiiiimiitiiimmiiiimiii'i l I"j crops 0. Kelly, county county agent, IS25Z52525'r c u u'' u u 5i'S'' 5'r.5'u urZ525'c5Z25 u252 5Z5''
,sapped: in farming. We should let ( .
;+ dally talk to all stations In Flor- men whoso entire output is consumed fresh .. -- --- .- .
ida that desire It. The Florida them be In club work while they locally. lIe knows the preference eral
ire at home, and then when they of his own neighborhoodand
I Extension
j I t Agricultural five minute dally finish high school, If it In at all if wise, will (cater to it. It dried(
will also give a
an'iBHciiltural :
I possible, we should give them some
Is the poultryman or buyer
make 10 minute egg BUICK'SC1HfA
talk This will a
'months \
in college/: or ]home economics whose output .s! too great for local S=3

1. da'lY Florida agricultural, stations program will probably training. This will not enh'ely 'onsumptlon who must face the Mr. ttUjUjrfJaLMa.. -/
fit them for their work, butt blonde-brunette problem when he '

join. ... +- will be a tremendous ]help. sends his product out to market. ber 0 distinctive
/ its
.- ] ## construct
WRIT t FARM PROGRAM 1 The great center for marketing
Uneasy the heads that
are wear :
brown eggs Is and has always been)

The fuum program over station tho'leads!crowns In Florida and seem many to be political rather Boston and surrounding communi : : : i then 'II know than

WnUF, the voice of Florida, .for more reutlnsa than ever lefore. ties. There, the preference seemsto I !lOll ivlnj more 2oooooo
the week beginning October 26 date back to the days of the '
has been announced. ,The Thero are rumors of heads falling earliest settlers. The erason It has an have
In the basket from the highest to Florida people boitghiBUICKS'
persisted for ]long doubtless lies
'r farm program !Ia given from 1 to tho lowest "and many, many so bull,
Eastern Standard Time each in the: fact tha.: mos* of the American -
.1.l : changes are looked for ere the Ides agent.
class breeds all)] brown
weekday. WRUF broadcasts on a 'egg .
of January 1932 The complexionof
layers- -originated there.
frequency of 1,470 kilocycles, but
the ]legislature may be changed
The owner of "brown-egg" fowls
x 880 kilocycles will be used after hair
somewhat and there will again be
October 31 by authority of the fed has the advantage when it conies
active roll: to
ome log ng keep .
to supplying dressed fowls for fam-
eral The! radio> com mission.follows: : official heads on some of the unofficial ily use As for capons, these breedsare world-famous Buick chassis and Buick's $1200-and why they have purchased more
program shoulders. I new Bodies by Fisher! An unrivaled
I Oct. 26 -- Weekly agricultural Ideal. The capons rival: tur- Buicks during the few weeks this brilliant,
niwa review. keys for size and weight with flesh Providing highest degree new car has been Oft the market than in any
Since saloons were closed In
.motor car performance and all-round
Oct 28 An, agricultural! \ Florida and prohibition took their of such tenderness and delicious like period in Buick history.
for "'lorhll1-J., Lee I flavor It would take an expert to ) :i: satisfaction, over the greatest '
gram places it has been very difficult for decide r of miles! See the new Buicks and arrange to buy one.
anything on earth could
Smith, district agent, Florida ag- ofllclflls of cities and counties to
Six of the
14 luxurious body in. or-
them. types
more thoroughly Buick
cultural, : extension service, you
hold their jobs and please the ardent compare
Oct. 29-.-1'rogram from United prohibitionists and also the Nevertheless( many poultrymen othec cars, the more clearly you will poratirg all the famous Buick superioi! ',.

States J Department of Agriculture fellow who voted dry and! wanted whoso chief concern ',s egg production why more than 2,000,000 people are available at prices ranging from $ '. -s:

z Oct. 3Q New Work Contemplated a little snifter now and then. The hold the white egg laying \ bought Buicks-why men and women to $1295, f. 0. b. factory. All available on i c

I by the Experiment Station omcers) are damned If they do and breeds in hlgli esteem. They are ; buying from two to five times as many extremely liberal General Motors 1 ..''i e

---J. Francis Cooper, editor, 10'101"ida damned if they don't. New ones undoubtedly wonderful layers and Dox as any other automobile priced above Payment Plan
the various strains have been :
Experiment Station. are put in place of old ones onlyo
Oct. -PiogTOm from United greatly improved of late years '.*90 ..
find out that the old ones horaepow.rVelve ln-Hea l ...
wel'epretty Dulctc's frtcMnn'eaa! nt rt
I new ";
Their eggs now compare quite fa- ,I tvta. the most powerful enema. of '
of Agriculture. .
States Department good fellows after all and : rmparta ntatchlcua (L i' i
I .I e In the world. It i I.famous, too, :1 .
throughout the eitlre tn .n
Nov 1 Market:ng Plans umiv.ed oethnew, I
were trying to make an honest liv :' iiiiiM llllltlllnllllllllllll1lltJtfllltlllflllllllllllllIImIlIlI :::I stun hia It i incorporate economy such while the newBui. <*k K< ;.1 1inatorabsulutoti >.
Should bo Made Before Planting, .u
ing. It all the fellows who criti : e"17 meet inn advancements 's '
of road }olr. to tt e
Dr If Q. Hamilton, associate professor ( ankuhaft with tor i fatales
else the officers would( stop buying ,. blancri curbui ct{or heat control trI( r f arm. 'twinI whk i 'I I, a

Florida of Collego agricultural of grlculture.economics liquor, what a wonderful country i UKOWNLEE BROS. '.,aainat vs roaaur.wear ga. > pump, anti triple }:, _1 ease tremendous. and readability.contribution tt I"" +"''a

tuli would be some Utopia,
some: Utopia. "Starke
l>Rl:I'mJtOIUtA: : WITH '. Controlled Servo Enclosed -- i Buic.k's famous multiple.diac I N
., ..
Ilrakea pro' ale the most "' too, reveals marked superion l1[
_ Sunday motion pictures were at- ... control ever deviate! for any i addition to being far aturdirr *n

-,- tacked from all angles, and en organisation fn bila operation, They are and smooth achieve, poai-sure i' those parts exceptional of eon\ ntJonol smoothnea design. .1 a -"n Wits

Those having an excess of okraon of citizens to oppose the result with minimum pedal prea- special facing which Jr.
And because they are encloaed-- drtving.a1!
band should try preserving latest movement for Sabbath oraduat enganement of the
S .protected gamut dust dirt and dri va surfaces.Buick's .
Home of it for future uso by the bows in Orlando was formed last ..-rthey I insure rnaxunum braking -- '.=

self-souring or brining method, Dr. Sunday afternoon at a mans meet It Doesn't Pay in any weather. p

S3. W. Berger, an expert In that ing of 2,000 persons in the munici- famous torque tube t. vrt l U
work believes. longer rear aprlnga, la conjunc two vitally. important functioni
pal auditorium Dr. T. T. Martin, with four I li; not the driving thn.".
Simply pack a suitable ]lot of the ivungellbt delivered tho main address Naturally, you want the .. Shock Abaorbcra new Lovejoy, impart Duo-a S j+ only.reu .*free toeusK forma*>s t

tender pods in a fruit jar together at the meeting: making an Fertilizer that will help you .... two.vital degree comfort of riding factors comfort.work the major ear'a unit propreae or the. 'Buick but also cI'...,..nuod anl,

with ordinary pickle] spices, or appeal for the people of the cityo better from he. in perfect harmony to check Every moving part 0' the wheeh o
soil. cha..I-r.om fan to roar
other flavors, said Dr. Berger A : stand by the traditional relig- crops your bound roada.and> rebound over the 1 fully protected against. duat, dirt, and

small pad of grape leaves or apiece ious standard! of Sunday observ- about it when you buy "NIIII water efficiency, aaouring"in any..maximum.,ath..r.. oper-iim

of cloth should be placed on ance. A grade for every crop and

top of the content, he stated, and! 1 Our ample stocks are ready The engine In the 124-and 132-Inch Buicks develops horsepower, and that to the. 118-loch Bulcka' 80H horaepower

kt then tho jar should be filled with: Fifty alr-m'nde" communitiesare \

weak brine made by dissolving 7 to be represented at the First delivery. Ask us for facts BUICK MOTOR COMPANY FLINT MICHIGANCanadian

i to 8 ounces of common salt, and Florida state-wide aviation con- prove that Bradley's produce Factories O/./j&. of G.."*,MO/or Bjilders of

eight teaspoons of sugar In a gal- ference which will convene In Ml\ better crops. McUachlia.Umck.. Oslo...... Out. GW WM,*M Buick and AU uetw Moto CM o-J

_9 lon of water. Place a cover on the ami on Saturday morning at ten

jar, but do not seal, until the li
4 is quid recedes, in about 10 or 1C Manager\ of the Florida

v days; then'replenllsh the brine: State Chamber of Commerce. The J3WJ@lli

1.1 and seal Dr. Berger said. conference will be held at the Co ew

t ? Green tomatoes, and snap beans lumbus Hotel, and will be presided ,

; 'I may also'be preserved In the same over by Lieut. E. C. Nilson, of

_ way Dr. Berger, said. Orlando, chairman of the organI-

zation's av'alon: ( committee. '
Mount Dora City installed ("AA ) REGISTER. MOTOR

automatic atop and go n'trntl! 1 at Belle Glade American I.egioji Look for the "AA QUALITY" seal on COMPANY

corner of Donnelly'and Eleventh] homo destroyed by hurrlcane'laity big of fertilizer you buy. It i is your

avenue here. I al', recently rebuilt ,"'iiemmmnlrmminminmmlmlmlmlmnmmmmmilimlmnmmlmmmnnnmannimrmm"" "' '''' '' "" '' '',, ''''' '' !"" "", """" ', "" "" """"",,,, -{ BETTER AUTOMOBILES ARE BUILT nUl C K WILL. BUILD.M TilE}1 bla \

I...." .....-,;;..,.. mI ,..s.) .ultrlttt3l 4ki++>arry '... waawt..;.vwk4rp'. ,:_.p-_ .". lj1'' ... '...., '.......,,''''-'''"''' ,
t> ....>Wr.yrewr.nstr.i { rl,_ ._._..,,., ., n ':': '\rl""r" !., ::1fI''rf!! !!. '-'' 1.r; '

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I OCTOHKK: :art.: 10:0 /fY+r

Jillha. ____, ___ _- BRADFORD COfXTV rtel.KOHAIMr.__ __. KT.tnKK... FLORIDA r\ff: yR1'FV
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\ AM: I>i utui/r: S1I001.JoWs: : Stni'kv.;!' wonvisltiiitt: our school I reN.#1...v:e..*N..'e... .'hlldr<'n of Arradonda -ipont Sun 201: 481. and does, not Include the' -(,'

H. S. Wednesday atlerno n. lay with h H Randmother, Mrs. J larger districts, which, it Is estimated '
I B.\ JOURNAL Mi-, and Mrs. U. C. Cone and Misses\ : UHQOKEK -llonlor. will swell the /lR'IJretJ o ')w!;
Mary and Alvarez
h Idren of S.'arUe were visiting Candacy 0 Mina Pearce Gnlncy M.! and Mrs. Tralllar of Max twenty-five million aa stated ,\ '.l'r'

: were shopping in Lake Butler vlllo tho of Mr. and above. From : ,t ,
,', the
NI:\Vdr.llIt: MTAKPmChlef \1 and Mrs J. C. Alvarez Sunday. *.**..< ................. were guests new assessment,
Mi-. Tuesday Mrs. J. 10. Rosier Sunday.Mr. tax payers In t these counties are to ,

y' ., -. ,. _d'__ PUAIll.lj,MANNINU PAUL K.N'IOIIT Fraaler( Shaw of state farm Jokes: I County Agent H'rkenbnrker, of \ und Mrs. 1>. W. Sapp and pay a rum' approximating three I ;I, ',ri:
dltor.-- -- EVA J\lAHI'o'r'rN| < "j!! ,
on ;,. I Kdltor, -- ,----- .- M-AII: HTHI'TIIKdltor visiting frlenda here Sunday J. C. : What kind. of lipstick is Starke, wan tranitactliig bUlI'lieRshel'e children J. H. Supp and daughter and a halt million' dollars.! If all ,. vP:

v.' "; ,, ---_ -- -- ,. I LFjRTrcit' PHU'B 1 HOIJINSONl "ellln that? last Thursday. Mattle spent the weekendwith Is paid in November it will mean ,
l |I'"rtpr --- -- LH.VA: 1 HKF.I.I5"; Sil lOl'AHH
:":I j',", i Itpporter --.--------- ----.. -- ANNII3 MAR PIOAItC'K) Miss Novella King of Hampton Edith : K'ss-proof. Miss| Roberta ('ouner'andl.oulso Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Morgan. saving to them of more than : ;!;

"LII' s'I" i",.,.,ic", reporter -..- e |'wN; srKllKlin:( &:I :):: pent Wednesday night the guestIf J. C,: Well, rub it urcwe'vegot ; Sapp and Mrs Felix Sapp of V'in- The Black Creek association 140000. Last year but two percent sa

," .. ff..1"CBTBUU: NI.irftIAI,7AlViVW, ,: ,: ':- ) Wlua Ida Mae Conner. work to do. derbilt. attended the Baptist Association convenes with the I Evergreen nap was allowed on a total'w

!{J.1" HUI.ervl..or| ._n. MISS!) I UHt :NI'I): MAT rIIISws Mi-, and Mrs. W. B. Munday, Jr. Russell (In the dark, ) : May I hero last Wednesday. tat church Friday, Saturday and amount due of about two and a

,rj r r _c:.:rnr> ""' nnnc9----, 7S7S7S7cacannnnnnnnnc-----" '-" -: ;-: ;-" -: ;-: ;--: ....=.....=......=......=........=..."". of Starke were visiting:! Mr. and kiss you ? M.'.' n. L. Black of Gainesville, and Sunday. half million dollars for these coiin- i\
,Irs F. M. Norman bus'ness: visitor here Wednesday -. Mr. and Brs. J. A. Godwin and
u. II. H. NOTKHlr hold but not too fanatical or severe Monday Complete silence was a ties, and only $50,000 could have '

I crimes: would dlmlsh. Ac MA Carl Sapp of Starke was Russell: You wouldn't get angry afternoon daughter; of Maxvllle were the been saved In discounts.

,, M bowry spoke to us,dur- Rousseau said "qne time all the risking Mr. I Frank Norman Sun- if I kissed you, would you? D>'. O. P. Raympnd. Mrs. P. M guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Rosier Tho flat sum of taxes due this ,.

i impel hour last Thursday: pooplo-came, together to form agovernment Juy.Mi1; Lois: My goodness! Do you want Barefoot, Mrs Lucy Powell Mrs Sunday year will be more than last year s

'nglh, 'importance of keeping the\ and make laws, but ahd Mrs. Oscar Dunneganof me tf promise not to bite? J. T. Kimball Mrs. L. V. Moore, Mr. and Mrs 0. W. Roberts of but If tho tax payers avail them- I:t ;t

:: Ood and obeying the now they are bound in chairs and High Springs, were visiting Carrie: Bell: Gee Lubedia whenI 11I1'. and Mrs. O. W. Alderman Lawtey attended church here Sun selves of the oportunlty given : "; .,

romtnn''f,,'i land BO that we will before they were blissfully hap 'elatlves here Sunday went by your house his( morningI Mrs J. U. Lord and Mr.. and Mrs day. I tin m, they will be able to cut from j': : '
l ," Mr. Carlos Maxwell of Tennessee A. M. Darby attended the Baptist Church services will be held at i'
fear of anyone. py. heard somebody swearing something this amount at least a quarter of ', \ : .
|hIV"( no was vlsUlng the Evergreen Baptist church Saturday .
A good citizen Is a man or wom relatives here I. awful. association here last Wednesday a million dollars. In the list of ;J 11tI

Allen, 'ugh the boys of the Florida an who does not want to stand and ;aturday. Lubedia: Aw that was my dad Dr. Barnes spent Thursday nigh and Sundary by the pastor. 'rty counties, last! year's 811>>eR8- I ':. 41

on' and Dumb school- St. stare at the same: old customs rind !Mrs Bill Whitehead and Miss He was late for church and could here and while here preached a Rev. Conway of Green Cove meet was $281,441,877.& This year p F -j
ydla John and Mr. Aubrey De- not find his very nice sermon at the Baptist Spring A cordial Invitation In' It l Is $262,180.386. Last '
_' ,,10' defeated B. H. S. in the laws for years and years which hymn book. year's to- It ''
lIgll the Tornadoes become known as the rake of cus kle of Lake Butler, were visiting III,'. Tlpplns: Agnes your answer' church.Mi1. extended to all. tal a.slCf':ni >nt would hnvo brought; 1, 'I', ,{j ,;' '
r'eJIT! nee :\11'\ > and Mrs. B. J. Faulkner Sun- H. P. Galney and John Pin : 4' *
,"t I form and spirit andIroaard tom. A citizen with: grit and ambition Is about as clear as mud. into the state treasury the sum + ;

.how' lh4| line for the honor of would not let this rake form, lay.Mr. Agnes: Well that covers the. holster were transacting: business a.*.b.+..e+....N.*...#. of $5,918,121.11 had all been col- ., 'ntIK

H s. and a country with Idenls and: people \ and )Mra.\ : II. L. Norman and ground doesn't It? In Starke last Friday. ''ecled. Thl year It Is expectedthat t i .-:, :1."

.alt,I of this kind would keep 'nen: hlldren.: attended church at Lv- Nelson : A girl's divine height Is Mr. Moody of StnrKo was attendIng : ISOATDKAINMrs. : 1 seven and n half million will ".", % ,.

,, ,t'VKi meeting; of the assembly standard flying high forever. jrpreen Sunday. four feet. to business here last Thurs: Itlaiulio lOilnniiln: l <.'01'. bo due. Past records show that
O ,' '
wii': held< last Wednesday. Af- M Norman Wlirtrlnn. of New Edna: So sad I'm fourt feet day. ......... .............. I eighty percent of all taxes' were ,:!.
Mills| Florence Mat- ItKfiltKTSWe : : R.ver attended church here Sat- five inches. Mi1, and Mrs. O. O. Stroyhori i pa'd. If this record Is maintained ''J
ler" talk by urday night.If. of Wildwood Is spending some : Mr. and Mrs. .T. F. Collins Mr. : '
.. ilio alms of this organizatlon !- Nelson : Oh, but you're more and ofllclalu\ think It shall bro duo '
fvimi' officers L. Norman, Lon;o and Herbert than divine. tune here with friends and rela i and Mrs J. N Norman and Mr. I to the larger discount offered the ,oIlfJi/
i following were are sorry that Mrs. T. "T Norman and !Mrs.\ W. W. Coleman Miss .
were business vlsl- : sum of about'six million dollars '
alerted, Long has been absent from school ora to Jacksonville Tuesday last. lives.Mr.\ Bobby Parrlsh of Lake But Elizabeth Coleman and Alva Cole will bo :
Estelle Kendrick. KK1: AVI.Nft paid or, an amount sufficient '
rr 'dent, for the past week on account of ]Miand\ Mrs Ilaiford Reddish ler was visiting! here last: Friday man spent Monday in Jacksonville. to offset: a part of the more a
\'It.( president, Ouy Andrew sickness.: We hope she will soon were .visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Messrs. Roy and Leslie Greene, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Collins and than I'I' .1"
The Indian Intermezzo of the two m'lllon deficit left over : ; ,,
Louise Hayes! be back.
tk 'r inry little daughter Alma LouIse and
Sapp "
Thumlity. business In Jacksonville
story of "Red Wing", will be givenat were transacting from last year. ,; ;
Miss Verda Harnage was vlsltHK : the Brooker school last Fr'day.: Mr, and Mrs J. II. Norman of Mt. .--- .; '
IsTVHKK: TOIINADOKS; IOHK! : We deeply regret our boys: los her sister, Mrs. n. McKae Sun- auditoriumon Prof. and Mrs.\ Laird were Vernon, N. Y., are veiling! their ,1'-J'

TO 111'1"Xn; DUMIl: HOYS ing the game Saturday. We wish Jay. and Friday Mrs Edwin night, Nov. let, by Dr. transacting! business Starke las parents Mr.\ and Mrs. W. W. Coleman IM11TV OK 1MCMCKHKH: ,.: 1
-.- them better luck today.In Southers, assisted mrTUIIKH; IHU (1ATOU '
Misses Inez .
i and Aero Taylor, Thursday. "
by Senora, Leticla!
Saturday afternoon at 3:30: Louiso Crews: and Elmo DInkIns Troja Mooreof Mr. and Mrs II. M. Galney were Mr. and Mrs A. D. Coleman and ov: ito.\i) M\I: n.\I.nWIN) -, I'.1j'l
LaCroya Peru: S. A.
unlock, on the high school grld- lutt week's Journal we omit- )f Sanderson, were visiting MUses for the benefit of the school. Sew transacting business In Starke little daughters, Helen and Bob- -- ",.j j.! ':

ron our
IhE Si'; Augustine team from the I Peek In the honor roll section. We ner Sunday. their intentions of expressed Miss\ Stella Mae Ward of Jack Mr. and Mrs: W. W. Coleman. on the way back home It became '.' ?

Dcnf .told Dumb school at St. Aug- are very sorry( that we made tht! Wednesday, Oct 16, the Heil- witness Mr. and Mrs.attending Southera to In uonv'lle, spent the week-end here Mr. and 111'8.V.\ W. Colemanand an equally BiirrpHHful alligator i i."

i iistlix; The Tornadoes were defeated error. bronn school came over and playd their favorite characters with her mother, Mrs T. P. Ward. < faintly were visiting their hunt with a gallant seaman and ""I.I I "
of the Indian I
( h)> a score of 21 to 6. --. us a very good game of ba8ketI Miss Louise Caraway a memberof ,daughter Mrs.\ S las Smith of Tallahassee his friends In role of hunters. AndIt t
and the .
Th- ; hole team of SI. Augustine MOST:! YOl' FOUGKT: 1 I 'iall. There was a large crowd -girl _*-"squaw man. the Hampton school faculty SIt rllay all took place on the Gainesville ..

about 165 pound* while This afternoon nrodford's Tornadoes Frank Cone Miss\ rand, ]lust after dark last night. j.\ I '
s ITual'd; ''nut. to see the game. Vanderbilt The annual Florida Post Card spent the week-end here as guest was visiting : \ ;

the Tornadoes 135 pound All ) meet tile High Springy) won 8-0 with the girls team, no Week has been announced by the of Mr. and Mrs: 0. II. Colson. LillIe Lee Sunday Cnpt. George L. Hoffman, mas- .1 r I '

through the game It looked as it eleven on Starke field. As you have 'umo with the boys. Everyone Flor'da state chamber of commerce Mr. and Mrs. Laird and daughter It, 1., visited Calvin GHnnon ter of the American steamship Sal'l( 1 l<'i

''he, iiime was theirs till the Tor- probably observed: the Tornadoes teemed to enjoy the game and all as the week of October 20- Jean attended the football! Sunday. I I, carappa reached Jacksonvllln early ;;I cSS

nadomade a touchdown and I aro rapidly Improving and we will went away satisfied. 26, 1929. Tills event has been game In Starke last Saturday. There will be s'nglng at Ihe yesterday after a voyage from Germany 'I .

Inked a1- If we would tie them but I guarantee you an interestinggame. Misses\ Roberta Conner Ruth an annual feature in the state organhatlon' Mr. Paul Stewart was transacting China Orovo church Sunday. Ky-; and a picnic, long planned. i

fa'lcd to make goal point, then In Snpp. and Condacy Alvarez and : program for the past business: .cum Starke last Wed erybody come.Mr's wan citnged\ In his honor at Lake ,

the. m I it I three quarters the opposing Mr. Felix Sapp attended the association soveral years and has been the need ny. J. n. Prevail anti family i. Geneva and Smith's lake southeast r .

t It< am made two more unexpected I Parents who, are not accustomed: at Drooker Wednesday. medium of much constructive publicity Mr. Jimmie Malphus was attend rUlteil Mrs Gene Grime Sunday. of Ktnrlto.. I Mn route home just '::1\\ j. I "

'ouchdowns' which made to attending Parent-Teachers Mr. and Mrs A. J. Ors:; of for Florida. 'ng to business here last Tuesday.Mr. : Mr. and. Mrs: D. Horoe and Mr. out teide of naldwln n seven-foot alligator 'ct, i.

ihe final score 21-0. I Asvoc'atloir! meetings are urged to Troy Thomas of Lacrosse, Arch Prevail of Jacksonville vlsltfd : ,, was espied! crossing: the '_ ;

"!, Mlllan the right halfback on be present, as matters of great 1m .... .. 10<\. was visiting: here last Sunday.Mr. ( Mm. Eliza: Grldta Sunday. road. ",-, ,.1J'I

lilt" .im made good about sixteen I portance come before this assembly I Orval Ward spent several M'ss Maggie Donnelly visited "Let's get "Im" Homebody BIIK- l 4

vards! "on a play through the line. ; I(8 3 X00. qs, How to Play days of last week here with his !Mrs it!. M. rims! Sunday. I gelled Said and done Captain "

C'lffi; !: made some pretty punts I mother. Mrs. T. P. Ward -.- HolTman. armed with a length of .

dowii ihe !field to their loss. I- The seniors' will have a booth %$ec I, Mrs: Will Andrews and son, Guy HI.\M1KH: / : AS "i Hl KM" I low rope, leaped Into the road dexteriMiBly ,.; ;,

Klckl ter the Tornado's left end at the fair held Thursday, Friday yed BRIDGE were visiting: here last Sunday ul'ppud: IIiejioOHo over the i f.81lurlan'I f..

IIhl'alot; /: his man but several : and Saturday at the clubhouse Mr Oscar Andreu and daughter, Hooks nrdiiiarly do not rate as jaw and pulled tight.); "

would have to help him pull the i where they will sell cold plate .5.erlcs r;, Telma, of Starke passed through articles of ,dot even for bookworms They "yo--heave ho'd" and got .;' ',: ,

fellow to the ground he was so i lunches. The proceeds will go for > i929-3o hero last Sunday. ; bill that which seem to be Mi1, litter all tangled up after u

large and husky. the high school annual. We hope Wynne FergusonAuthor Mr. Cyr'l 1 Dukes of Dukes was hooks In not always literature struggle I dumped him Into, one of r

There was a. small crowd at the big crowd will come eat w.th visiting hero last Sunday. WitnosH "ona box books" originally /: I tho tow cars' and started Into town. j

tame' but that was due to Its being l'l\ of "PRACTICAL AUCTION BlUOC2"Copyright Messrs.: Malcolm and Guy liar shipped from Wildwood Florida All went well until the party j

played, on Saturday.: Many were -*-- rell were visiting in Jacksonvillelast ,. to Beach Haven New Jersey, I reached Lackawamm and .; ;'f
1929 by Iloyle Jr.
TH'SGertie ,,1 Enterprise streets when Mr 'Ga
obliged to work and others went I Sunday. now reposing In Orlando after havng -
Mrslogan Smith and children tor got homesick and broke out I
to Atlanta.
been opened at fly eradication "
-. : "DIy u hear about ARTICLE No. 3 of Sampson City, were visiting: her headquarters.: the door authored Into the road .''! '

AMONJT1IF: : JUNIORS that fellow being arrested for car- One of the hands that seem to hypo No score, rubber game. If Z dealt "sister, Mrs. L, L. Morgan hero las 'Ho who rum may rend" and and floundered. all over t the place.! : "
?" is what is his bid? With the comb'nod efforts! of everybody F
rying concealed weapons average Bridge players one proper Friday. 'tie who handled( likewise he who
containing 100 They bid one or Here is a hand of unusual strength In the and several I '
Mlnor) Hobbles: Jcanette: "Concealed weapons aces. Mr.\ and Mrs 0. B. Colson were Inspects shipments also IIC 1 party
Dorar the boys two no trump with this type of hand, and yet one of such unbalanced tlidtri- in last Sunday erpress panning motorists, who had seen ;;i i
-Attracting ? visiting Hampton
to smell. The odor of
irrespective of distribution and of the billion that it does not warrant a nc privileged !
Hazel- Playing basketball. Certle; : "Yes. he had his handsin Mr.\ and Mrs. Lyon Crosby and the strange spectacle Mr 'Gator 1: ?
possible chance of K.I me. Here are two trump bid. With two suits, each of five books and the odor of oranges und
iiSinging l ., In school. hIs pockets." example hands that illustrate the point: cards or more, the player always should son of Lawtey spent Sunday herewith grapefruit are not akin; and the I was recaptured, flopped back Into t

Elmo!: Tensing the teacher.. prefer the suit kid to the no trump In his parents, Mr and Mrs. P. nose knows even though the b'll-i tho car' and taken to 2656 Post .; {//I

Cairn Admiring his feet. Fireman: : "What started this Example Hand No. 1 this case, therefore Z'. proper bij it A. Crosby hag upon a shipment: mr.y.read correctly street where Captain Hoffman' re- {' '

Hilly Acting cute tire Miss?" one spade; ami then i if overbid by ai Mrs. Halph Ilazen, who has been enpuRh. | sides.When f "
Y opponent or by partner Z should show
MiltonSaying. "Lena Belle Dora: "You see, today isn't only I AD t the diamond suit. Bid in this visiting: Borne time In Lacrosse ro The outward apenranco was o. the Sticcurappn goes back i 1
: i way \
lout the fou-th of July, it's my birth : Z. Y Z should score a sure game; wI e at turned home last Sunday.We k. It was tightly closed and substantial to Germany, Mr.\ Florida" 'Gator U
teacher. and we put roman candles no with club heart to that Miss going along as a passenger and 'n '
Miirlel--Correctlng day also trump, a or opening"gama / ; are glad report wooden box; and the t'

.- on the cake." I Hearts- A, 9, 7. 6, 3, 2 in! not at all sure. Geneva llarrell who has been 111 litho "hool 8" were wl'olly protected !n- will bo turned over to the Hagen- iJ
liliodcnt Hi'innnntH Clubs-A, 4 In this particular hand, as a matter hospital at Jacksonville, Ifl re- I bark(' :zoo/: In Hamburg. :' .j
Corne'lus! : "These pictureI'11011't Diamonds A, 7 of f iet, two odd only were scored: nt no able side layers of newspapers; but at In tho party staging the Im- :. J
covering rapidly was
Spades- A 10 3 trump while at spades or diamonds it very that it emollcd! suspicious to lhe |
t do me Justice. prnptu alligator hunt wero Captain 4
Hflp'! help! be home last r
to brought Sunday.
need was possible( to make five odd. lie on Florida crackers, In national guard
Some of these rats surely need Lena Belle: "You don't" No score first game. If Z dealt, what is the lookout for hands' of this type and Mrs Hardy Thomas of GaInes- un'fornn who represent Uncle Sum Hoffman, Louis 11011'oanJ11o.!\ i

some Last Monday we played justice, you need mercy. his proper bid? In it one no trump in don't let 100 aces influence you to make vile, was visiting her daughter to see that the fruit quarantine Janice Lowry and Joitlo Hoffmanand ', J

baseball for a change, and some Annie !Mae told George If he deference to the 100 aces; or is it one an unsound no trump bid Mrs! II. K, L. Green Sunday. importation rules: are obeyed. Harold Davis. and. Mrs\ Kuthorluo -

''ame to school Tuesday morning the maiden'sprayer heart? Messrs. Clyde Simmons Norman Therefore It quickly found Its Uavls. Davis Is an employe of I d
to Problem way 1'
the answer No. :2
was If Z bids one no trump with this the Southern Electric: Company. \ ,.
hopping with a cane.. Perhaps this she was gong: to stop pray hand his chances of( going game arc Hearts 10 9 7 5 Thom and sister Zelma were to Orlando as "suspicions; and
will wake and have -J, visiting here Sunday night at II. Times-Union, Monday :
us up more ing. very slight. lie has only one stopper! in Clubs- 7, 6, j at Orlando suspicions were confirmed \
hews for you next week.fOXHTITL'TKH three suits; and the fourth suit\ hearts, Diamonds-5), 10 y. p. u. Result; conf'scatlon of the f't-' f
1864. Boy: "I can't go to school Is far from being set up. On the other Spades_A, S, 2 Mr. Ruel Dukes of Dukes attended shipment. NOTU'I'] ( KINAI I)I 011('11.\1 W I': : ;,

WII.\'r ; ; ..tGOOD I've a stone bruise on my foot." hand a bid of one heart olTers much the football game In Starke A resident of Beach Haven, r rNotiee ..
better chance for Such a bid In hereby given that ilvly '
; CITIZI'X: Mother: "Come dear, it's only eliminates the chance game.of a long suit I Y t last Saturday. New Jersey must wall In vain for days attar. flute hereof.. to-wtt; the Ilj'"!
-- wallk." : AD Mr. Hob of Graham JUiIi( day i.f November A. II"! 1P21. Itha .
two miles: to making;; and two or three trick m the t Z i Surrency it shipment( of fruit from n Florida iiiiilvi-Klflrnnil administrator' of the "' If t ISIi
This theme written by Oerge I 1929. Roy: "I 1 can't go to school partner s hand make game; very possiLAo. was visiting here last Sunday. friend, who it Is said at fly fight- pNlattt' nf Mrs .I. J. or "fcturtth A. Mar- I":'

tuman was the best one written the car has a flat tire." Game also ill possible! even though Hearts-A, J K Mr.\ and Mrs. Laird and laughter /: Ing headquarters mutft learn that vouchers key ilBcouHfil and final, will nr-roiint present nx inn-It Atjr 1 j

In tho eleventh grade.A Mother: "Well catch a streetcar partner holds only two or three hearts; Clubs-A KIlO Jean and Miss! Inez Newman Uncle Bam Is hard to fool; and administrator:, to the Honorable 0..... .
and therefore theproper bid with Z's hand rLlmonde-K9= 1Spades A. Uarcllnor County: Judge ttt Hriul- ,
law-ab'dlng Starke lust
God-fearing attended church In
dear. that the one bout manner In wh'chto and
undoubtedly IS one heart. : ford ( (.lInty "Klarlclii, alt for
oKrcjsivo person constitutes a 1950. Boy: "You don't expectme -J, 10 9,3 Sunday wend shipments of fruit northward bee' pptirnviil( nnd my iliachttrire, MK f, 44

good <.i-ltlzen. take off for school with, a Hand No. Miss Pauline Walker a memberof such Ufimlnldtrator. I'
Example with the
to No score, rubber game. Z dealt and bid : In to comply quay ( Thin 201 h day. of R"pt..mb",r, Jn2' s
A Hod-fearing man is for the broken propeller?" one no trump. All passed and A opened Lawtey school: faculty spent I the antino rA 1Jlat'ons fully and then T. W MAIIKMY. ,\11,'

right' und can see the other fellows Mother: "When I was your ageI : Y : the: deuce of clubs Y played the. trey, week-end) here with MIss Blanche .o make shIpments In un open :and U-20-9t-ll-15 Administrator : ii..

view 'on anything. He is one who went to school In an "ordinary t AD it B the nine and Z won the trick with.the Durgdorf.Mr. aboveboard fashion. t:. J v

wanti. to see hs: fellowman ad- automobile." t Z .: ten 0(- clubs. How should Z plan the and Mrs It. M, Galney was \OTK'M) ] or HIIKIIIKF1': ItLH f
vi' In his community or If pos- The question now is, "can you play from now on so as to ke sure of visiting in Starke last Saturday. 'f'k I
Hearts-A, 6 tame, irrespective of tile position of TAX IMVI.VO THIN under und by virtue of that rer ,
ilbli. ,'n higher arralrll Is a man who Yo Yo?" Clubs- A the card and of his opponents' plav? Mrs May of Lacrosse passed fain t>x.,rtitlon IKHU, .,,1| nut of and! andrr !
ha a certain degree of rellg ous '--+-- Diamonds-A, 1. 9, 8,.5 An analysis of thin interesting hand through here last Sunday.We l the H...lor the circuit court of :'';' '
[talc* TnvpuyrrM Follow nIl 11'hatMay the state of KlorMji In and for' tired l
Ko-Munneas.' He practices what he Did you knew that: Spades-A, K, ), 9. 4 will be given in the next article are very glad that Mlns-Ilona ford county on the 2nd day of Or- I t
Pr times" and speaks no slander The seniors are planning a play? .Lee Ward who ban been absent : IU i\ixvtol.: miter, 1929, upon u final jinltrrmont \ .
Problem No. 3 or d l,,<>r.eDf the paid l t-otirt, In a curtain !I
"oi, listens to any. For if slander Hydrocyanic acid will cure your from school for several days on account -- unuMn. therein inniltniir, whvralnAnthony

*a-, listened to all the time, each cold? I Hearts-9, 2Clul of Illness) Is able to return. On November first Flor \la's tax Kovacok:: :and Httmile Kovjirek I! 1
were complnlnunln and I> I. 'i
man would be for himself, his fam- Students are not allowed to. parkon >s-Q. 7.5Diolmond M,', and Mra. C. S, Kelley are hooks will be open for payment. Ain,. Was defendant, which said l ljiidnrmanf I
ily school grounds? >>-8 the proud parents of a girl born An assessment estimated by tax hun l>."-n duly rt-uord' luthv '-t t''
John h's married son and family the '
Spades K, J, 10, 9, 6,5,4 collectors of approximately tweti- jiubllr record of Hradford rnun- .
and no one more and how far The seniors are not so dlgnl Hearts- 8 I IcarU=; Oct. 17 ty Florida In f'l.nncery, Order. Hook a''
6,4t y-flvu million dollars leAs than N". t, large 32K. of Haul. public reoordi. ;, .
Mrs W. M.-Moody of Lacrosse
would th's get our great govnrn- fled? ClubS-1,10k9.6,3,2 Y : Clubs: -A K. 8,4 I havo levied upon thM ffllo\v- '
of news this week? A II DiamondsA through here last Sunday. last year, will be in force. Taxpayers described. y\\
maD and country? Our govern- Wfi era short : 0,1. passed InK properly Hltualn. ly- f
men! would be a failure. All laws Columbus discovered America in Spade-Q 3 J Z. ; Spades-A, 8/2 Mini Josephine (ftorabaugh a are to have opportunity to Infr Florida and. described.bring In an llra followa
would member of this school faculty avail themselves of a larger rate of All that. portion of Kant Three
) bo than 1192: ?
disobeyed more Hearts-A, K. Q J, 10, 7,3,3 discount than before. A law enacted FnurthM. of Southeast. fiunrtrr offlouthuANt 1,
? the week-end at here home
the, now would June got a haircut Clubs-none- spent .. .. '
are the country mmrt Huctlon :34, 7 owo- II
be "radical condition riots b'ootll There Is a; rumor circulatingthat Diamonds--9, 6, 4, 2Spades1 In Clermont. < at the last session of tIe legislature ship II, Mouth I '111"/01".', tl, "Fast: lylnnr :'
for the purpose of encouraging Notch of I..kelull'r and Htarkn,i
to be a prizefighter Mi Mm. J. J. Morgan and
*l>" 'l corruption !In political om P*. Strut Is training : .and Highway, < bi>.lriK hold hlichwny U
pr, ? son Clarence, spent Sunday In prompt settlementstates and also South It..If; of Northwest ((
th rty and famine would / all Yo Yolng it? Rubber game, A D -20; Y Z-0. Z has the deal. Give the proper tiiilding of Lake Butler. that four percent will be discounted ('itiartar and Southvvit. quarter. of. I .
>' w'-lch{ We are 'T nf S. 'Ilon 1
'luRr' l'i
Conditions Northeast <
could country. dee Club Is planning an all four players.After you have decided on the find kid !give the correct opening Mr. and Mrs. Joy Thomas and ,n November for payments! III..lh. Plunge"' HI BIilHt:, ;:.m'.m'1'nwnship
have been good rather than The lead! and subsequent play of the hand. An analysis of this interesting: hand will Thomas made that month. Three percent and Hnuth half of Norlhuust< quarter
operetta? be given in the next article. Miss Alma of Lawtey and und North half of Snuth..nst quarter a
badA attending U. H. S. are Mrs. Holmes Cannlngton of Alabama will l he> given; In Derember-two and Southeast quarter. of Northwest ,
law abiding citizen is one who The girls Problem No. 4 In rnd tarter and Nort4least quarter of
percent January ono pt'reent -
ob'', to allowed to dip snuff between were visiting here last Mon- ;jiithwoxt: quarter of Seclinn. 14,
vthe down not
law 18!
as it put Hearts-J, 8.7 day. will be given in February. The Township 6, South RrnnK. 21 Ku.,l.contulnlriir ;
him If all would follow the ex- classes. ___ Clubs-A Q 9 1 books> will remain open In March : In All thren hundred and
-4- f
ample of cltl- Diamonds6Spadesnone ntnfty acres, more or |less' the Name i
a true law-abiding for payment without d ecount and I
sing tho property of the all dmfontl.tnt. 1
zenn the army navy and millIonsof Favorite songs: thinking ............. .......... will cloeo April flrnt. After that n. 1. AmH. and Hfihjwrt t.<.
dollars I am blue every Monday Hearts- none Heart!-9. 6 the lion of the Maid Judgment or decree -
would be saved and Sunday-Estelle Kend- Clubs- none t Y : Club.- K. J,10DiamondsQ EVERGREEN + date It will be noceenury! to pay delinquent and will unit the said above da-

used<< to promote educational pur- over 8, 7 : A B t Diamonds10SpadesQ + (Mr*. Jo'. A. Roster Cor.) > penalties, or If allowed tobe Norllvefl the hlirhnet property and best at ptit bidder'llf' outcry for" cash to,

Po CSl. Of course this would take rick. love with you 8, 7, 6 : Z t Spa< "-J sold the holder of the certifIcate on the, first Monday, the name being t
Years of experimenting! of the ril always be in NMrd...................+. may foreclose when he receIves the 4th day of November 1H29 al the
_Hazel Adkl-H.! front. door of the county courthouse
wariest of the land to make a 'em-Dora Hearts none Maglge Forsyth and chll- a tax deed. of brail ford county !In Hturk' FlorIda
Plan for period Roll 'em girls roll Clubs-7.6 October 15 between; :and within ih. leiralhour
the re-construction dreg returned home last Monday Up to thirty counties .
l date,
Diamonds- 5 of nal on n.h. to vatlefy
which would follow. 1\lann'ng.Prlsoner'lI (I wish I had Spades-9, J 4 after spending several days in had turned In th , together
Song ,
Some laws of our land have not love me..-Louis Hill. Jacksonville the guest of her rolls to the comptroller This 1st with,f this Intereet prueeelin.: thereon and th* costa: i

enough teeth In them, therefore someone to Herbert and I There are no trumps and Z i. in the lead. )How can Y Z win four of the seven 'daughter Mrs. Roy Saunders. shows that In these counties the J. IPPF.R: !JON. I Y

the-Yare disobeyed but If they Blue Heaven filch and tricks against any possible defense Solution in the next nrticle. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Rosier and assessment has been 1'', "rretl<< $18- 10-4-St-ll-l.Sheriff of lIraolfo..d county ,.e44141'

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Bradford Telegraph II ,I..aide" /,.'' ., III' ,,1111' 'in'"i.*u,II""'ind., "i""111.",',"i""'11,/'.,.MiimMuiimiiimiHiiiu' LN.a"'aInYIWIIpnlllanialignaaNWie4YIW.wIIYIW', .. ," .. ,,."'.... joiid of an arrant IllDnl of steel( "-----'-: ..:-- '--

County They cu.Ji.d jt the "Florida' !4tls, on which five small\ cars cano
FROM ane.iioadrnaa tinnportatluu:
Established: 1877 1 j \
''A1 : : all over tho Uultec. tho assembly plant to dealers. In ]:
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H. IgmmiiinimfflmHiiii.! II'iimimimimimuimiiilimiiiiii, ,liiiiuiiiira'minni!nun in man,a+ man+w iimniimMHtminii, __ rnu w i in mi i_mum"_iiinnni_1i"_ tate last week road: "Deutt: various pans of the state. We un-; "" "im" "" .

Published Fridays and Entered<< us Second<< Class .irituune. Sweeps Over Florida." : H
Weekly on Does Ifpatek!( make the lips Awboi"' iatlon! will he tu- lunlJ, l II ihico ell leC! Evacuated u Faro -. \ I Wta\ guy !and < I

Matter\ : ut the Post Office at Starke& Florida .tick?Palmetto News. No, It's Melbourne -..-.- It'J in UeenburiCommcrc i Hurricane." "Florida CrInges outhern countlOH> 1 tho other day U the Klorlda-'l"< ilantu h ,

ibo back pressure. al Members of the' prow nder Blow," etc, etc. I when be ran into ouo of these ( Saturday Coin; ", ,
t E. S. Matthews .__ ._.._ _._____. __ __. Owner and Publisher associations are accustomed to dinIng '
r -- But
-- trailers which was lutt equipped pink nose and led <*\

J. C. Robinson .._ .___ .,____ __. ___ __i Managing; Editor Starko Telegraph record ripe on their I. O U. Here Is a list of the falarKttM' : wilt proper light.H. Even though The attention or t n I:

.- .' strawberries in that section/ Now -- Nassau, Bahama Islands;''..,tovn they do carry a rod light, tin dangerous was dlv,dad between t tll ,
wring; on. 'fluinkll.vlnl.-Tlm.: .- Our understanding Is that therein lead. panning one of them on the' '
i; SUHSCUIl'TION RATE ,1lnloll. : no connection( between: the Ja-k. Panama City Florida, one dead, road it a car driver conies up on fiat lights, which wiiqiittiit ',,

ji; Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payablyn: ( Advance --0--- onvllle Journal Bud the Soul. Albany, Georg a,,one dead. ono of these 1 11 Ill( trailers unex- enough to pi.\. ,?,
Jacksonville Jounial TlttuvMU! Blackshear, Georgia one 'fl_d.V' .. pectedly. Just what powers I ho of a three ring ou u .
n Adve.rUlllurlC'Hat' on Application.During The strawberry saawon draws Star-Advocate. Wrong. They huvi "ldoita Georgia, one dead, railroad commission has under the The) potency o( 11'1',',,,"

._..,..__... ...... clow, Ijurrlej, already received dead.Purineylvana
--vrr judged
y -' : : farce. at fewrlie and In the Lake- two eoimfifcUoi'*--a toll brld:>juna< New Jersey, three ,new bUll and truck net we. "do hot by the iiunih, ,,
furry 1I1'1e--'Iarke' Telegraph, A"c : one dear! know, but it the commission! hasn't the quart.
Fire Prevention Week Miami Beach had a solid .land; sector:-Plant City Courier
I that's all. -rSouth Jacksonville Tumpa Times: he power to regulate the length I Not all of the bo, ;,

r;' week of rain. ; r. -0- Journal. --0- si well as the width, ot vehicles, llgereut, however, "I,

.. ...--1)-- Broadcast the news to the north. -'-- AlettaI' just received from Mr using the highways, it should I were quite utorij i
The first strawberries. have up- Oeo. F. Tlbbltts, director of the :strain a point and take it. The huskies to get ono ,\'< ,
1 Bradford could fall in line with others ,)oared la Bradford county. They continue to have hurricanes i
} county (swatting :tfatlonat Camp and Health League highways of Florida belong to the I tator out of the btunu,
Chief. In Florida+ Fort Payne never .1
: the one-eyed cars. saw one of, those tropical states. that tho season i at Its nOl'lh-1 people and they should be madeau him out shouting luiu
.. --- 0-- ire home near Speculator, N. Y., Safe as possible for all who use arms! like a windmill i
_ .. _.. .._ o .. On windy days tho short skirts storms. Therefore It Is it bettel
4i' 'r them. thousand football
ins been one of the best of Its -Ocala Star. tiuih
place to 1 Ive: in than Florida. !Ft
_ b : Now it looks as if we will have an All-Florida. express re- aro Starko some-thing Telegraph.of-a- Fortunately problem.,' Payne (Ala..) Journal If you lad. nany years of histlry. It will be --0--- their seats and laugh, .d.IFor i
remembered that Mr. Tlbblts last Commendable his own beet, i J
;'' frigerator service. they can't blow very far.-New ever lived In Wauchula a year or
spring selected a large tract of The Pennsylvania Railroad is to that that man is not eon ,
Port Ulchey Press, so you wouldn't have said that.- g
o ---0 \Vm.cliula; ) Advocate land bordering Brooklyn Lake in be highly commended for Its decisIon running for the govi i n' I

because Iay county, adjoining Keystjne to provide express facilities: term
Maybe it's of old age but we'd prefer the calendar -
t : The pelican l ia to ho saved. Three -()-- I And did
'r rlelghts, upon which he plans to for handling tho Bradford county you see tin n I..,
to stay as it is. Islands near Cedar Key will be set The paragrapher for the :yta"ke: I open the winter home of the or. strawberry crop. Tho Ponnuyl green outfit? Of coum, ,
_ki o aside for pelicans; to multiply. Telegraph believes that if a stut- sanlzatlon'which has a membership van la was hot Included In the or- you were there. Nil, "

_ Heard a married man say he wished the state would put Tlmes-Un. Multiplication is tering girl should start to say Kis- of 50,000 The Florida home der of the Interstate Commerce his. suit, wl.ilo shoes, bo( \14
only ft shorter form of addition
e slmmee she would' likely get kissed !is! to be called Camp of the Palms Commission requiring this:, servicefor hat, cane, cigarette h.. .irdlur
? 1 a ]licpnse\ tag on back seat drivers. --0- before she completed the other Mi1. Tibbltts writes that he will tho growers and shippers of I monoclo rim were all ot .

4 i ----0. On windy days the short skirts two tyllab'.cs.! And how much p e leave, his New York home for Flor- tho Illllsborough; and Polk sec, I tlcular color And a i:ii' t''?,.

We are waiting for official announcement that the driest are Bradford something of a problem.- would she get if she spoke of ida on October 28; and that he Lions; so its action in the matter ture he made-one that ''hI'uya. '
County Telegraph, Ye
"Plnellas?''-Uelrny Bench Ham- will Immediately upon his Arrival may he accepted voluntary.. This Oh my yes!
thing in Washington is an empty bottle. but dot a very big one.-Delra
the gervlco: will Tho town was ,. .
i; Deach News. begin preparations opening apply only to the merry cin 'I,i tat
----0---. mel'0- at Keystone Heights' of his winter Starke strawberry growing section urday night with the 'i --'-o---
t Chipley News had a short editorial on chewing gum. Itxr" What's wrong w'th: this sen- L'pDtlck kissing Is frequent] place-GMen Cove Springs 'Times As yet, nothing has been heard porters shouting, "Whet'u<> xt.can't (>
--'- -- from the railroads which ordered help but I picture n,, '
could( have been easily stretched to fill a column. tence? "Its my money; my wIfe poison says scIence. But who were should Florida gene
just happens to have it In her want to kiss a lipstick?-Jackson- Rules for Kissers Laid Down by the commission! to put on have won( u, name
is isis a this service.for the Plant City and "The Last Days of Pompe ,
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pocket book"-Fort Meader Lead- vllle Times-Union. You usually Rules for the guidance! of kiss- would/ ;
It to be sufficiently superstitious to believe in Lakeland districts.: have been re-enacted vtttn
pays signs Eo,'. Ask your wife kiss a flapper-unless some other era were Issued by the Kansas .lIa'la
I1 ; -especially if they are posted along the highways. o fellow gets there ahead of you.Ch'pley .- board of health in co-operation The facilities offered by the in the role of Pompeii.
Pennsylvania! will Bradford -
The Bradford County Telegraphsays News. What does. a little with the United States public put
o i lipstick amount to between county strawberries In the New Ahhh! Revenge Is swc. that the Soviet Government health service.
''N 1'' A white way for the full length of Madison and Water postmarks letters with a warnIng. close friends? Never kiss in crowded places or York and Chicago markets the er around, all you abut. i hus-1
,. __ _. third day after The bands, and get a load or 111
shipment. Urn
'L. [
k. ; streets would give the town a lot of splendid publicity.o "Think before you kiss." That'snot -v-- a poorly ventilated room, the instructions -
a warning.: ,That's an Instruc- I The year nineteen twenty-nine say, but if you must present freight service requires his latest picture that gr< mat of I
is three-fourths but the hardest five to six days.Meantime lovers, John Gilbert, 'lushly
l tlon.-Delray Beach News. gone kluti" take a' hot mustard foot bath
j I Suppose it was left up to the country to decide whether ---'J_ fourth is just ahead. Taxes are and avoid! drafts in case you felt the strawberry Industry makes his audience g gn And

{ Unce Sam should cancel our allied war debts or our auto When they stand up to get married due again, occupational licenses "all In" afterwards. of this! Immediate section is during one of his love seen. too'!
must be paid this month aid be- sudden still awaiting, wth: more or less Not only from the throats/. men
l monthly payments ? tho woman' says, "I will Guard against changes:
obe>'.' The man simply pays "I foro we know It the Santa Claus In temperature when kissing", Klasng "'- Impatience, the answer of the railroads comes this merry ha halnu they
r "s -o : fund must be provided for.OcalaStar. cited by the Interstate Com- would be expected to sneer eorn.
will paTImesUnIon And i In in a coonsklu' coat one mln-ite
Have you sent post cards fiends elsewhere? Only two some cases If the woman didn't and a lighter apparel the next is merce Commission to give them fully at John, but we are sure that

k days remain of Post Card Week-Send a dozen or two toY pay, the man wouldn't eat --o--- extremely/ dangerous. express service. or to say why tbeycan't we heard some feminine I uttering I Im'ngled
By taxing automatic musical instruments who has or won't.--Tampa Tribune. with the deeper nim-s Mr.
Don't klaa! any person I
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friends in the North.
I I \VhlJe some of us are boosting and leaving the saxophones chills and fever. -0 Gilbert is so ultra-paHsioimte so
r __ -- to run wild, the law show Infra-eager and such slcki-nlngly, I
strawberries this winter At whero postomce mad
some are party .
(ml:.\TJn, IM.\M:: > FOR 1'E-
I scheming how will the a decided preference for nose.-: bo honeyed words pour from his lips |
Reader in Green Cove Crescent wants city fathers to they get similar games are played sure (1.NSWholesalers
Starke Telegraph. Suggest the occupation that it is-well comical, thaw all
strawberry their The
I. noses. to gargle frequently.An
erect signs Baying "See our filling stations. Like Starke it is because
old town Is pretty dry these days. of saxophone playing tour --- -- Perhaps tint scent
visitors can't help but see the stations. -Crescent City Journal. town council, and they will put exchange says corn whiskeywill In jobbers and retailers comes so early in the.picture" be-
twenty-two cities declared
--0- a license tax on It.-Madison En- remove stains from summer fore the audience has quit., forgotten
() that sales of
pecans have increased
The terprlse-Rpl'ol'der. U the taste-of the burin roll I
who will
man manipulates the clothes. No doubt correct.
Getting their guests seated properly at social functions 1 steadily in recent years and that
I served for
or perhaps It ii
I chimes at Rok's singing: tower near -o- alno remove the summer clothes, supper !
,.1 in Washington does not leave officials much time for attendIng Lake Wales la called the bellmas- The courts have ruled that the as well as the winter, spring: and many nuts people If they prefer pecans to other over acted, but anyway (Ihr. audience .

,' r'F to more Important business matters of the country I teiTimesUnion Ills official title customers.-tot' bootleggers can't be autumn cloth.es. not only from the.I comparable prices.can They get pecans expressed at- snickered at John and thati |
however, la t "Master carrillon- punished" tfnder the Jaw An entirely man who drinks it, but from the the view that the point we ,are stressing!
----._- neur of singing: tower." const.tutlonal: ruling. The wlf-: and children as well. It will consumer demand The name of the ptctux i,>, "''Illil

This week we are taking in "the sights" at the South -0 constitution provides that a man's remove tho linings of stomachs, for the product could be Increased Glorious Night," If you want a |
by means of '
an advertising
+ Florida Press Association at Melbourne and, incidentally, get- Starke Telegraph pays Jacksonville life cannot be put in Jeopardy hair from head, teeth and tonsils, campaign that would acquaint consumers laugh. .
a compliment by saying It i Is twice for the same offense. Anyone reputation and self-respect. It will: -
+ ting a first glimpse of the country between Melbourne anfl and retailers with the merits -
as dry an the St. Johns river.- who drinks bootleg booze puts remove what little sense the drinker I! of pecans IU'Ol'U)

Miami. Times-Union. That's what they his life in jeopardy.-Ocnla Star has, and make a wild rat out of The bureau l U also making I lie Wa.DtS.1t wet, until n i tins.
0Can't --- call dry humor Isn't it?Snnford Yeah, but attempted suicide Is 11- what would otherwise be an inoffensive of the a And then he wants it dr
survey number of
Herald legal. Tallahassee State News plug citizen. It will re- pecan For It It rains another drop,
Bradford have,an exhibit at the South Florida Fair (, trees by age and variety, and of
--aWhile -o--- movo the food from the table, the Ills berry plants will die
the cost of
at Tampa? Services of our county agents and money needed the nt ngll nits have If a wind starts blowing from furniture from the house and the chard and cost developing of operating a pecan bearing or- He wants It fold, until ,th Irene, j

for the display could not be placed to better advantage. Let's bought up practically every circus the Wesr Indies all northern news happy eager look from the faces I orchard. The purpose a of the- And then he likes it warm

wake lip! of any consequence In the country, papers come out with flaming of 1 IUle: children. As a removerof whole study is to supply basic information lIe wants real windy wen'her too, |
they overlooked the Republican! headline saying thot Florida is to things corn whiskey has ,no Until there comes a storm
which will assist in the
o party'o Florida organization be blo'wn'dlf the earth. That state lIe -
equal -Inverness Chronicle. i sound development of the doesn't know just what ne |
This war on one-eyed cars seems to be a one-sided affair Ocala Banner. has been settled longer than any -o- industry. Copies of the report pecan, wants
---o- other section of the United States Already rumors of candidatesand And wants It none the lesx",
with the less
still "Marketing
one-eyed-or -car going its one-eyed Pecans. may be ob-
way All these remarks the para- and It Is still all there and richer would-be candidates for gov- But should he want to end "" all.
We may enact the laws but the one-eyed car we will have withus giaphers; and preachers have been and more populous than ever ernor are filing: the air In Talla- ment of free Agriculture from the U. S. Depart- I'll help him out, J, guess
always. making about the bare-legged: Mako that fact a headliner ifou, ha see." According to rumor, D. C. -- -
bare-backed girls will take effect want to: tote fair.-Ksthervllle John Martin will attempt to stagea Pensacola Ground broken for I
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about the time the first frost falls (Iowa) Vindicator. come-back and John Taylor will Insulating board plant to be built I
Lake City holds the record of North Florida towns ,for -Ocala Weekly.Star. yoJ -- try his luck again. And there are Holly Hill Holly Hlgg Grove for Newport Company at estimated j

catching rum runners going north and the result of the cam- -o C. Robinson, of Starke Tele- others. Rumor also has it that & Fruit Company establishing cost of $1,000,000.Jacksonville .
Is What we can't understand is I graph says "that If a stammering Secretary of State Igou will have headquarters! in newly constructed Build'ng per-1
paign being Inhabitants
now seen. of that live town '
,, re- how the millions of telephones In girl should start to say Klssimmee l opposition. The election next year build ng at corner of Bay street, mite issued for month of August ) ,

r port seeing a billy goat eating an elephant. this country Are kept as busy as she would likely get kissed before wil: perhaptj prove more than one block from Dixie highway, totaled 696830.

-, a they are when the millions of automobiles she completed the other two sylla- usually interesting. Quincy Herald ..,,===4Sps....57S' ---52525252I

Dorothy Dix says a widower is a better judge of women in this country are kept bles." And If she was to attemptto novel'nor Carlton baa more I 4'
as busy as they are.--Tampa say Gainesville one would think ban three years to serve yet so
than the unmarried man, and that he has developed techniquein Times she was telling him how fat he was the boys needn't be in such a great I

handling a wife. No woman would 1 admit that, and it confirms --0-- getting before she could complete hurry. Secretary of State Igou I

our suspicion that "Dorothy" is a man. Tallahassee Democrat advises Its the word.-Crescent City Journal. will have to run next year though, $
readers that they do not have to And would he stop If she .started but> we believe he will be hard to ,fc*

o pay the gas tax-If they walk.- on Palatka? beat> not only because he is a good EHBSrg

Two million in profits, in ,addition to huge sums' for Starke Telegiaph. And a heck ota ---- man, but also because, unless they

bribery, by one liquor ring for a six months period is the one lot of people will probably learnto There never was a truer state-: have good reasons to the contrary, I
walk about the first of January, ment than this one from the Lakeland I the people' usually let a man go
convincing reason! why the liquor interest will ally themselveswith It Is feared.- -New Tort Illchey'res Ledger: '"Flor'da: will be on and serve the rest of the term 1 1I 1

the prohibition cause to prevent the return of open sa *. hIghly prosperous as soon as the out, Madison EnterprIseRecorder. I -

loons.( ----0-- burden on real estate Is lightened I
The Daughters of the Confed- ." And the best way to lighten _. ;
o uracy are k..ep'ng alive the mem- the burden on real estate is to devIse If there is a legislator who wantsto g j lAJJ I l 'r* I

With the first cold snap will come the professional beggars ories of tile heroic sons of the some equitable means of taxation perform a REAL; SERVICE to t.'it I

for their'life of leisure m Florida during the winter months. touCh, who have passed away, and that .will transfer the burdento the clt'. ns of this state, and at I [
4 making happy those still living, other classes of property.- the same time clear up one of the [ fJG
Knd-hearted Florida suckers will set,= that the protessionals" but> whose shadows are rapidly Ocala Star. most prevalent .nfeaiin' of a governor [ 1

bank accounts in the north show a steady growth during their ailing toward the east.-Marlan- --' -O---,:- obtaining the support of legislators j I 1I

stay with us.: na. Florldan. That long auto delivery truck for unfair legislation bye..I[
a that carries! six autos at a time giving the representatives: a posl-'l'!' [ I t,

o Every now and then some rives a fellow an idea. Why not tlon upon the state payroll, while I! )
State jail inspector; reported insufficient food and it "more holy than thou" sets hm-: load up a half dozen cars going In the constitution of the state clearly I 11[

poorly prepared at the Duval county bastile. The jailer came elf up to write a newspaper or a given direction and ship them sets forth that It. Is not within the I t G
magazine article the along at miles hour That : for official I THE
upon subject sixty an purview an to serve in [ GOLDEN YEARS
back with such a glowing report of his food and the skill of
of Young People Headed to Hell. would save the worry of driving as 'more than one capacity, he wlllr! | ;

the cooks that we are looking for both city and county officialsto Our young people are no worse well as much gas and would also I introduce and pass, a bill that wfll [:I 1

take their meals there now than they were fifty years aid traffle. -- Times-Union. It PROHIBIT any state official be- [:I Life's fruits are sweetest. Life's becomes
1\11:0--111: fact they are better.- wouldn't be a success because the coming an employee of the state :I tempo G
.0- 'lines-Union. back-seat driver couldn't Instruct until ONE YEAR after his time [:I a leisurely beat in the beyond sixty. Let
Even though the Florida prison farm may never have an o the man at the wheel. as the people's. representative: shall [:I -

uprising similar to other state prisons over the country, Su- The Staike Telegraph says "On ro have expired. The appointment of [:I no thought dismay you in those mellow days lhatI' G
"' windy days the short skirts areometblng Road 13 between Archer and McLin Vlllenvleuve. Kennedy, [: i iI
perintendent.Blitch believes in safety first. He has urged the of a problem." We fall ialnesvllle Is Just now receivingbe Falreloth, Redstone, Lowe and oth- [:I you are dependent upon the charity of friends. IJ> t

zt board of commissioners to rush completion of the hard surfaced to see where anything as skimpy final: truck-loads of rock era is an example of the power the C gin to plan I
road between Starke and the prison. in the modern skirt could be much which complete the "missing link" governor has to obtain support of [ now for a happy old age by systematic

of. a problem except in paying fort In this part of the highway. The his measures by giving: extra appointments [ saving. No matter what income there is
-p. ;
--- your
,-Sebring tate road department is doing one to the members who [ t ta

Two sales of real estate lately were broken up by outside News.0--. of their best Jobs On this road and support hie measures by giving extra [ plan whereby you can manage to put away something I .

i : persons and the section is the loser of two more families We have It on the authority of wH! soon close the gap between appointments to the members [3

through action of who also had he Starke Telegraph that a woman Archer and the Levy county line, who support him BLINDLY and at [3 each! week. We shall be gald to show you D ,
to sell.
persons something drove to the Welaka fish, hatchery giving Bronson a splendid road all a hardship to their respective: disrlcts. [ '
Starke has too many deadbeats and bench warmers who have and told the employee on d.ity the way to Gainesville. This roadIs Florida State News. [3 the way.
nothing else to do except sticking their noses into business of 'hat she wanted to get some gold Is the district of W A "BU": 'o--- [ i G

?' sh or a setting of Rhode Island hands, of Gainesville member of Another menace to safe motor- [ BANK
no concern to them and are satisfied if they succeed OF STARKE
through Red eggs.-Gainesville Dally Sou. he state road department and he Ins on our highways: especially afr r:

misrepresentation and knocking of properties under consideration ------o---- 111 giving It that careful personal tar dark has shown up In the r:) G

in disgutsing would-be purchasers Into leaving for While lots of Florida people will interest which he gives all depart 'haul away" device being used by r: AN HONOR ROLL BANK t

r other towns where civic pride does not permit such tactics. be In Bradenton October 25th tailing ment matters under his Jurlsdlcon. -) the automobile industry It con r:J t S. \rattli .w Pw n. jr. Davis Owhl'rssszszszszseszszszszszszsiss
Iodine the South Florida Press .-Bronson ,Journal. slats of an elongated trailer comw. rl
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