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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 1, 1929
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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(;ators Meet' Harvard TO BE RUSHED Circuit Court I' In Taxation

1 CLOSED LAST SATURDAY /'

Tomorrow Opens Monday WILL BE FAIR ,II '
IMrgntion! Kiu-ctwsful i In Securing hulls Not Llabit' for l-vy on

K:"r1y Htnrt, on 1'rlnon The Demonstration Fair given by .:'tull"t'I1".1 KollliiK Stork ___ .).1)< )
i By BILL DUNCAN) the Woman's, Club of Shirks cadiI'll, samples of Krank's and Prior to .'......"IC(' "f Act I in )1
Kami lloail. Fall term of circuit court for Armand's toilet articles given li>llt>\<*,M No < <>iiN.< Forlitnn Ity
svllle, Nov. 1.Jo'lorlda'sF. which opened Thursday Oct. 24that 112.1: for HMfilll| I'urjsss'eTallahassee "
Bradford county opens Monday I away, 250 sample boxes of Nor- (.l'oisers in. KxprcHM Car Unto
Gators are a long way 2 o'clock and closed Saturday(\ 'f.II
IK morning at 10 o'clock. Judge; A. Z.
rlr. given and Blue Bus linelitei'ature --
.1 fi 1'' ",me today as they iron out A delegation from Bradford. Baker Adkins presiding! nr.d! Col. I H I. V. night, Oct. 26th was the most suc- away circulated. Oct 33.-Relterat I
.'r lU-effects may have re.- and Union counties, InterestedIn Knight states attorney. Twelve tcsRful ever held In Starke. 'ng a decision of some time ago Plant City, Oct. 29--That the I'.,

I irom the trip to Cambridge I the early completon: of the state criminal cases are on docket for The large crowds that attended Pyrofax (Gas Jacksonville, 1 the state supreme court today held Interstate Commerce Commission I .
I 8"M'''; where they play Harvard prison farm road from Starke to disposal, at tills term of court. each night were enterta'ned with range, Mr. '\'. H. Watklns In I I that appurtenant supplies, station will treat 1 Florida squarely In the ', ,.

county) judge'scourt
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I department Monday In Tallahassee Besides : Block of railroad, of strawberries> by the refrigerator; ,,
continued from the selection) and readings. < B. Jacobs, Starke general merchandise. / companies! wero
i ;, awaited: encounter with or SIl'lngterm
''G and presented their plea for the the attractive booths farm and not subject to taxation for special- oxprena cur system, Is the opinion :
of circuit
of the court. One murder
Ih,, d I Is pne; most impor- :! r ,
I ,tiT-sectlonal combats of the starting of thU Important stretchof cane\ will come before the grand forestry exhibits there were the llellmau's Mayonnaise\ Mr. How- district ))III'IWllell111'101' to puHsuge of A. So"ells., chairman of the '\

181., i Harvard though defeated road. Composing the delegation jury and there will likely: be other usual fair side shows whch! afforded en In charge\ : sandwiches werescrved. of the act of the 1925! legislatureauthorizing railroad commission of Florida, according I

; ge Dartmouth, continues to be were Senator }K. M.\ Johns, Major cases brought to the Investigating; lots of merriment and : Mayonnaise given the Senior I such levies. to a letter received from .. .
/ I led as among the foremost B.' S. Matthews Mayor II. C. Wall body's attention by t the states at- fun. On Friday and Saturday girls for lunches served. The cases disposed of today were 1If1'"ellll which follows: .;.
t, I,". east and will of Starke Representative A. D. torney. i nights prizes were given to the Maxwell House Coffee Jacksonville I those of the Stale Comptroller, I notice an article In your paper .
if the attempt
hstand( the invasion of thei Andrews( of Unlfcn county Senator The following men have been I lucky winners In the Yo Yo contest Mrs. Wetzelbergh and Mr.\ 1 Ernest Amos, against t the Atlantic I of October 22nd, relative to rail .. ,
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I d i (n undoubtable worthy of '1'. J. I Knabb,' Representative W. H. drawn to serve as grand and petit and old-fashioned spelling Dingle/ charge.. ColTee was serv- Coast Line and Seaboard Air Line roads furnishing cars for berries.
Cone and Sheriff match. railroad Tho appellate affirmed I am just In receipt of the following ,11
t. ,. ,Anting the South In any Im- : Joe Jones of Mac- jurors at this term: I ed to till and given to the Senior ** ,
'. clenny and Superintendent J. S. Thomas, Mallory. Padgett, J. P., On Saturday night a registerwas girls for lunches sold. an order of the circuit court for telegram: ;
;I'P, ,mi\ East-South clash. :
\ Elitch of the state prison farm. Johns M.\ L., Manning\ n.V... I kept and the party holding; the Southern Forest Experiment Leon county holding that t the taxes "A. S. Wells, ChaIrman
,M" .1 i of the Florida boys are in This road has had the hearty Crawford Thos. C.. Hall, II. I K.. lucky number was given;: a three- Station, Starke. should not be Imposed. "Florida Slate Railroad Conllnls'i.J .

t. ; "i-ondillon. Coach Bachman support ot the state board of Institutions Andcewg. J. S.. Fogg, Chesley. pound box of candy donated by Florida Forest Service" Starke.' The railroads In the suits\ just sion,
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a, hnirried his charges through the hoard realizing the MinIon, Aaron, Morgan\ John A., Corl>enlng'lI Drug Store. )Each Home Demonstration, Miss decided attacked nHsesmnents on "TallaliuHHee Florida. ,,I
,. On of their hardest games and necessity of having more accessible Wainwrlght, N. I n., Ithoden, !Matthew night there was a raffle of tickets Jordan In charge.; such properties for the year 1925. "Your wire twenty-second question II)

''e ev' 'Ptlng one or two Instances, no rnada to t the state prison In case of_ Hemingway, Frank O., donated I ( by the Steam Pressing Corn Club Boys' l'xblbllMJr; ( ) About u year ago the courts heJd of rates and minimum not '

U. Inlu'. ies have hampered the squad fire or mutiny. Following presentation Hough, M.\ Grlner; J. S.. Jr., Par- Club of Slarke the winner receiving Klckenbacker In charge.' that their contention! regarding dealt with In opinion and orderdocket

d t K(, particular extent. As the of their c'allefr! Shands rlsh. K. J., Johns, B., Kelley, II. a ticket good for dress!, o'r suit illlorext Electric. Co., Luke Geneva similar assessments for 1921 a were eighteen one eighty seven. .il .
a O.i .IK, scored their rousing 18-0 made the motion and It was unan- C., Jones Carl, Hall, Len, Alderman to 1 bo cleaned free of charge. The electric appliances, L. T, I Howard well-founded.( Today's/ decisions If carrrlers do not establish. reasonable .. '
\ 'iuiv, over Georgia In Jatksouih. passed Norris and Rusncl were without opinion anil : and nOIl-dsl'rlmlnatory: .
imously that the engineerIng B. J. Norman John I II.I Candy Company In charge. were
\, last Saturday Crabtree, Van McPhall\ each bused I the ruling\ IlL I the suit rules and minimum for express 'J'
department be ordered to Johns! J. B., Edwards, J. M., Hln- Candy Company Gainesville Furniture\ Co., upon I ,
,. S; i Goodbread and several nih1 maku donated ten of over the 11124) taxes Her v loo shippers have remedy '
an Immediate survey and son. Hurt Dyal, B. D.. demons I pounds ('andyJr Gainesville, Victor electric com hi-
- "".! "'re supposed to be off form, specifications covering t the road. Lewis, Byrd J. J.. Carter Dalton( 1: J. J. Truby donated his farm ex- nation. The 1925 legislature amended\ I through formal proceedings.;

,II I v",.t'. Crabby" turned in one or his Tho board of state Institutions Johns! Allen M., Wall William L., h'bits to be sold, the proceeds to McNulty's Dept. Store, Starke I the law on the subject gKIng I I the "Frank McManney\ ,
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..r I)i, .1 performances of the year. Van then instructed\ \ Superintendent Norman, F. M., Sullivan A. I-., I go to the club. general I nierchaiidlHe.\ ( comptroller authority I to levy such "CommlHsloner." I .

y Si' Mo made a miraculous catch of Blltch to put: the necessary con- Thede, It. It.. Kelley C. S., Holtzendorf The clubhouse was effectively Merita Bread, ('0", Jacksonville, taxed. "Tho commission Is asking for ; \
d a pass i to score a touchdown, and vict labor at work on the grade as B. C. decorated with autumn flowers bread !In charge of Mr. !Monroe." -. the same ra' that Is given to our Ii'', II
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I .iiinv) Royce Goodbread showed any SOOIal.! the specifications wel'eturned and bankets of roses and shrubbery Central. Bakeries of Gainesville, I\KI; MOPS( rp ATSTATM competitors. If the I carriers put / .,

; SIKHS of being handicapped by over to him, rushing the plants donated by the Campvllle Kew-Bee bread, cake nerved and : I"O..I.SI': In I' rata that Is In excess, of those ,

y Iiur'iI. bulldog of the grade In readinessfor Tag Agents Told Nurseries, tho shrubbery to be bread" given:. away for sandwiches. rates, we, of course, will ask for ': '/

,I. riie fact that Harvard was overwhelmed hurdsurfaclng. planted on I he grounds of I the Jones Hardware Store of Stnrke, f. It, l i.et lt tini, l.iM-HlMii-jc. I\Vliinrr aiiHpenslon' and! will auk the Interstate i 1

,I by the undefeated Dartmouth The bill passed by the lust, session To Enforce Law Woman's Club. Attractively let- donated an electrlct toaster, which \\llli i t <'Im in i |.Ion "llnrnry I I HrlilKCM" Commerce Commission to put .1'1 I i
g eleven with a 34-to-7 scorer providing for this road specified tered 1111 vertlKlnp:' banners painted was raffled, and a pair of electric Into effect temporarily) ( the Louisiana .

, will only serve to make the Crimson -: it to be built 20 feet In width Regarding Taxes by Mr. J. A. Saul, manager of the curlers to be raffled.HavnTaiupa J."pllhurK, Oft. 24.--Luke county rate to be used this winter ,))1..'
o all\ the harder to beat tomor-. and to conform to the standard for M-C Store lined the walls of the I gave one hundred( li-cl all tho rent at last week's fox and will proceed with a formal 'J

I row When Army was rld'ngruugliHliod : other state highways. While it auditorium.The cigars, which were Tafflcd and hunters' meet at Keystone I Iln'ghts.Pet I hearing us to a just and I'easonI, ,"
I over all opponents early will be popularly known as the Instructions that after November following local and out of Cii tiiul nglian's Furniture: Store of ween .1. It. Loll on of Loesburg; ; able rate from Florida 1

tlin season, Harvard was the first ctute prison farm road, It Is reallya 1, applications! for motor tags town bus'need: houses hud display Jacksonville gave a curd table and Frank Drake of \ "I don't think that the growers ; :,

II'' ,beck the parade, a 20-20 tie continuation of state road 48, must .show a tax receipt for personal booths: which was ruffled.! more prizes for good Mountora'i should be alarmed' for I am sure i. ,

. turning the trick The following running from St.. Augustine to tax on the machine for the Stump's Store Starke, general The first prize, $1 (0) In gold' was I thin "ronnty than went to any other that the Interstate Commerce Commission \ '

. wvek Yale completed the job by ; !Macdenny. current year, provided that the merchandise. awarded Mr. J. J. Truby for the placed repl'eH I as you know, has been \ f"\

I upsetting the Cadets with a 21-13 car was liable to assessment before Andrews' Store, Slarke( groceries bent Individual farm exhibit. Mr. "Burney Bridget was the big fighting this cause for the past .'

i HC'ore rhcidentally, Georgia, severely -, the tag may be Issued, have and merchandise; candy kisses L. A Brown of Brooker received prize winner. This IK the second e'ght years, and has left no stone } ,
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. trounced by Florida, was the UK: :M.UM; SOON been forwarded to all tag agencies were given away. an second )prize $5 In gold, tlmo this dog, the prized unturned to get this service, and \/:.
i team which downed Yale several I rom the state motor vehicle department. Rex Jewelry- Starke silver and Three schools of the county sion of J. R, Lotion has pOllses-1 will work just as hard to secure <:

wi .!-Its ago. In addition to the feat Floridians reserving- to effect adjustments China.i county: were represented' : Starkn tlalmeil/ champion: of Florida I for Klurltliv shippers the name rates fJ'f,

I '01! stopping Army Harvard has and compromised In the However, Attorney General Fred Jones Hardware Store Starke. Lawtey and I Hampton, had booths, among fox hunting hounds. HIM.. that our competitors have ,.; "'

I won victories over Bates and New payment of taxes should do so at If. Davis has expressed an opinion frlRldalre, stoves. Majestic and exhibiting work of students. For prizes I Included. (Ihe silver cup offered "With kindest and bent' regard tH)'
. llanipxhlre! with comfortable margins that the law would not hold this Crosley Radios and dr.'nka.: the best display the judges! awarded by the Keystone Heights lain, I'
once, as the time for settling taxes
I through the newly-created delinquent year owing to the retroactive feature General Electric Co.. Gainesville to Lawtey school $5 In gold! an ( humber of commerce for the best "Yours very truly, i '1.,

rue long-suit of Coach Arnold tax adjujslment board Is since the assessments were I General electric In charge/ of first prize; Shirks school was dog shown, first prize from (he'', "A. S. Wells, Chairman."

HIM.,,'ween, mentor of the Crimson growing short. Comptroller Ernest: made before the law was passed. Mi'. Boring. awarded second prize, $2.50 in association! for I the bent male dog, 1 I ,

am has been the aerial offense, Amos announced.Tho Ho stated, that the law might .beheld Kussel McPhall Candy Co., gold, which was presented the I and first prize in the' sveeistakes 'Poultry Expert .1/.1I ;

and this year Is no exception. Pass- board created by the good next year. ;, candy. Woman's Club. Hampton school for hounds, which I Included dogs : /
vas
'! As far as the motor department Edwards: Piano Co., Jacksonville ceived( favorable mention of hot h and first I .!
(ing has fgured prominently in ev- 1929 legislature for each county. sexes, among; ull Wants I Ir
"'r, Harvard game. Putnam, a i.! !Monthly meetings not later than' Is concerned, however, the tax receipt Gill I bransell. Fisher Player The executive committee of ra-I age dogs. And, coupled( with B, r MeetingIji' r'.! :,

Hi.iirterback, Is a fine passer. Fur- the tenth days of July, August, must be shown after November Piano Fisher Krumbach Baby Woman's Club Is well pleased Burl 011., this dog shared the hon- i,
'lilt'". reports indicate that the skill I September and October and November -' 1, before the tug may be Issued Grand and Victor electric combi the results of the fair In tlu, IRS of first 1 prize for the best pair J.. D LeOear. national poultry 1' _
unless a test cast In the lift t ton. ber attending, and the lit where he I
Di)I O'Connell Harvard end, In of the current were num-I no place wan entered expert, writes the Telegraph
year _
i-atrhlng, passes will rival that of I provided. for the )purpone of receiving courts should tie Its hands. Corpenlng's; Drug Store, Slarke recE'1 vetl. did "Barney Bridges"! take any (hat he will Include Florida In bin rd'

!Dale Van Sickel. Another star of and passing>OIl applicationsfor ; \ ---- --- --- thing less! than first prize. winter Itinerary for 1029-39, and .\ _
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''ho Crimson eleven Is Wood Col- and ---- ha would have speaking: dates .4 _
adjustment
compromising
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l h:. one' of the finest-drop kickers of taxes. Bradford County4H Catts Case Mistrial As iti.:('omis: risiuxu ix: "'"'- available during December and ; .! m_ _

in the East.: Tax certificates! held by the state :.M l Iv'NTMr. : .Junnar)'. Tim Telegraph has been j ) _

If the Gators play football as are to be sold January 1 to the Club Day Jury Deadlocks 6 To 6 carrying Dr. LeOear's articles on .fl'J m

they did against; Georgia they highest bidder making It necessaryfor ; H. A. Bishop and! party, succeeded poultry raising for several months J.' _

should beat Harvard. The vic- prompt action among; all who I'ri/PM AwniiliMl for I'hlhltst: this week III recovering, I and ho writes that If the people .

tory over the Bulldogs was one of desire to settle their taxes before' ('lull house Met"uirIiy, Tampa, 1< la., Oct. 29.-Counterfeiting their entire loss of fishing tackle! of this section desire for him to '.: j''t' _______
tin most satisfactory in Florida the delinquent sales are held, the proceedings aga'nst Sidney Tax BooksViJI mid engine; after It had remained lecture on poultry and dairying t. J

annals. While it was expectedthat comptrollr said. i J. Catts, former governor of Flor- on the bottom of Orandln lake for he will gladly Include Starka In his l f

Bachman's charges would In an opinion to the comptroller, held On at October Starke 26th In connection Club Day with was ida was declared a mistrial by Open November 1 two weeks. A long piece of pipe Itinerary for this winter ii.}
show Improvement over their play Attorney General Fred II. Davissa'l Federal Judge Alexander Akermanat was secured and fastened to bow ofa j),', LeGear devotes all his time :
the fair for all the 4-H club
against of members 10:16 after eleven bout and (the bottom of the lake to writing and lecturing: il
: Georgia Tech such a \ the boards would I pass out : a m. today on poultry i
of the
smashing comeback as was wlt- existence after the November of county.the members Quite a largepercentage hours and thirty minutes deliberation For those who wish to take advantage inked back and forth until the and dairy subjects, just completing _

IH ised was* entirely unexpected. meeting. : ed. and of them had atted- the jury being unable to end of the "I per cen: discount pipe hung on the heavy engine ( an extensive tour of Texas. ;
many on exhibit '
Kalney Cawthon. Florida's captain some product produced i In .a deadlock The jurors were discharged on state and county taxed, the tux Anchoring the bout, the last articled Arkansas, New Mexico, Arizona : ;j _
led the way. The big blondehaired "HKKKH: : ril.XNCJK: IVDIPPING club work Competition for prizes and the fi7-year old defendant booM will be opened November 1st were brought to the surfaceby Missouri" and Michigan where ; '

fullback carried the ball six- : S'JiEit'LIMCattlemen ; :' was very keen; each member" competing left the court room Im- by Tux Collector: Knight; thlH: being i divers, the only damage found many successful! meetings were ,.

I.< 'n times for a total of seventy- with others in the class of mpd'ately.! the first year where taxpayers being caused by rust held ,under auspices of chambers .',1' _
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seven< yards. Ed Sauls, the second- of the county will be i Through their long hours of deliberation tan save an additional 2 per cent. i U"\TII: OF MIIH. ..IOM1MMrs. :' of commerce, Rotary and Kiwanis !
-ti-lng fullback was entered In the Interested In knowing that State club.The following prizes were as to the facts in the by paying during the month of No Club, ii .

last quarter and responded witha Veterinarian V. Knapp, upon re- awarded to the different members caso the jurors maintained a locked vember. )Formerly taxpayers were Lorenu lien nett Jones J 01.. There Is no expense whatever attached
seventy yard run. Also In the auest of Senator Johns. has consented named below. vote of nix to six, It was learn allowed 2 per cent off In November Jacksonville laid to this lecture or any work "off'" ;
was to rest Inlh
final period Crabtree intercepted to a request to change; the Best 10 ears corn exhibited ed. 1 percent In December and Crosby cemotery near Sturke! and consultations Dr. LeGear : \ _
a oaKS and twisted back through d'pping period from 14 to 28 days 1 Ivan Hazen, Brooker club $5.00. The courtroom was crowaed as none after January 1st. Tuesday afternoon. Funeral might be called upon to do whllo t

On. Georgia team for 30 yards anda during the months of January and Best single stalk of corn-Has.sle .- the Judge sent for the jury. Catts At the the last session: this were held In Sturke at services the- here* and It sufficient number of ,1.,iI; _ _
touchdown. Crabtree Bethea February on account of the cold who method changed OIK poullrymen and cattlemen ex* _
allow
Ithoden, New River club $2.00. was charged with aiding and wan to a I Baptist church.
and! Cawthon broke This change will also be percent I press a desire to have 1>r. LeOear. ii:
up many a weather. Greatest economical yield corn abetting the operations of a counterfeit four discount during the !Mrs.! Jones wan a great sufferer .
mi1 R during the afternoon. allowed during December If weather month of I the matter of u date will be arranged !
Raymond Green, Brooker club ring by alleged financing November three percent : front a lingering: Illness, hut) bore I
for by the Business _
Except for the first few minutes conditions are such that the $fOO.; of the ring to the extent of $5,000, III December, 2 percent In Jan- It UK u true Christian does. She : Men'sClub
." tho game the Florida forwardsfar state veterinarian deems it advisable Best pen of three pullets-Carn- sat up In hili chair expectantly as uary and 1 percent In February. was a true and devoted wife and the letter having been referred

outplayed the touted Georga! for the protection of cattle. If eta Harry Brooker club $5.00. the Jury filed Into the room. lie After February 28th no discounts<<: mother and leaves to mourn her to thin organization for action. r
Make In
line. The work of Jimmy Steele at the weather remains sufficiently Best single pullet-Harry Sapp. had been apparently nervous will be allowed, and taxes will become death her husband Mr. Aaron your wishes known the t
matter and t the local
guard. Proctor and Waters tackles warm, however the change; will New River club, $3.00. through the morning delinquent April! 1st. ThIs Jones and three children Sarah, organizationwill
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and Nolan and Green, ends, was not be made during December but Lowest mortality rate of birds- "You have not been able to means worthwhile saving to tax- 18; Mlntle, 15 ; and Henry. One the get communication known with "
I Particularly gratifying. MI' Knapp assured Senator Johns Harry Sapp, New River club, $2. make a decision?" Judge Akerman payers, as even on a tax bill of $50 Inter. Mrs. Leona Ovemtreet, of nationally poultry and, _

Unless the long trip and cold that the change would be allowed District Agent; W. T. Nettles of asked. If the tax Is paid during November l Klsstmmee also survives.Mrs. dairy specialist.[ ,'H'I _ _

Weather proves to be too much ofa during the first two months of Gainesville, judged the club exhibiIts. "No sir," answered C. V. Dickens the tax collector will allow a deduction Jones was beloved by many fW"'J'I':1C1: I KOSTKII: : ('o\II'I.TH: : [1''i

handicap. Harvard will find her- next year.COXVKMflNT. In the corn club Raymond Tampa foreman of the jury. of $2.00 and had a host of friends which '.' '
Belt of Brooker 35 Other talesmen shook their heads ---- -.. --- ;I;
up against a stiff Job In attempting Green produced the large attendance at her funeral At the meeting I of the Bradford 1'
to beat Florida. : : K.NVKI.OPKM: : : bushels of corn per acre at a cost silently. abu wet!. County Strawberry and VegetaNe '
To Let Contract Ilf
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ot approximately 30 cents per "You do not believe that you She wan the eldest daughter of Growers Association held last 4 _ _
An attractive manila envelopefor bushel.. The for the best could go back to the jury
OAS ('ONSL'MI'THE prize room Mr. J. P. Bennett of Starke a Thursday night W.t! Edwards ." I 'I
the convenience!! of hunters, pen of pullets was awarded to and reach a verdict with further New River Bridge former sheriff of Bradford county, was elected pVealdent> of the association I: r
-- trappers and fishermen of the Carneta Barry of Brooker, the deliberation?" the judge quentori-! The bereaved family has the and C. A. Crosby, Ylce1"'i

Bradford county's gas consump state In which to place their ,only club girl In the county to complete cd. sympathy of a host of frlend .- president the term of office' of ;r.
ion dropped for the month of September licenses Is being distributed by the I the work. Work of reorganizing "No sir, we do not," Dickens responded. While In Tallahassee Monday, Lake Butler! Times. thewo two as well as officers previously '"

a total of 79,984 being re- department of game and fresh wa- old clubs and organizingnew Senator E. M. Johns took up with ._-- elected, to expire January :
Ported for :hat month as compared ter fish In co-operation with the ones will begn: -at an early The judge then ordered that. a the state road department the LITTl.lciil..tis: I: : ""(lie itrs.si.\' 1st, when regular election will be t.J',/

With 112,689 for August. For the Florda: forest service through the date in the various schools of the mistrial be entered In the case. nuextlon of a new bridge across held as provided for In the by- 1 \
state a total of 15,651.987 was re- county Judges of the state. The county. lie apologized to the jurors for New Itver: and was given the assurance Among/ the orders for job prInt. i I. laws. l _

P irted for September comparedwith Judges are requested to give each holding them through the seven that thla contract would Ing received this week was an or. ;'I _ _
16,584,557 during August. applicant for a license! one of the {'.\RlS: OF THANKS: days of testimony and their deliberation be let at the December meeting of der of letterheads for a professorof Ql'\I&'l'F.'U.\ ('()".....:IUSC.l: '1 $

The report. Issued by the Inspection envelopes. as to the facts In the tho board. This section of the physiology and biochemistry In --- : ; .

bureau department of Appeals to protect game by pro- We desire to thank all those case since 11:05: a. m. yesterday. state is fortunate in having an able Moscow, Soviet Russia and the The second Quarterly Conference 4 1. _
agriculture also shows a decided tecting the forests from carelessly who so kindly assisted us duringthe representative on the board In the shipment went forward Wednes of Starke Methodist church ;
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gain in the county in the use of started fires that destroy and Injure illness and burial of Mrs.\ .Lo- NOT I(''': person of "(till" Shands of Gainesville day. The order was placed by Mr. will be conducted by Dr. S. II. C. _ _
fertilizers 198 tons being used young game are printed on rena Bennett Jones. Their kind- A series of revival meetingswill who has worked consclen- N. T. Mlrov. connected with the Uurgln presiding elder of the .' i

during August as against 63 tons the envelope as Is a place for the ness and the beautiful floral offerings begin at the Lawtey Baptist t'ously for the upbuilding of his U. S. Forestry office here, who Jacksonville district Saturday at '. l'f _ _
for July. During August Alachua name of the owner of the license were appreciated. Aaron church Sunday night. Nov. 3. The section of the state. Letting of wanted his friend In far-away Russia 7:30 p. m. 1>1'. Burgln will also i'

county used 202 tons and Union and the name of the county judge Jones and family, Mr. and Mrs. H. public I Is cordially invited to take this contract was held up on account to see the type of standard letterheads preach Sunday. You will be pleased
county 218 tons. issuing the license. L. Overstreet. part In these services. of a change In specifications. I used in this country and will profit if you hear him.
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f; L urdSZ. t.SZ uZ525 5'u roE Inslgniriclant rodents who don't do I: get Ferrel to love me? ly sung at the graveside It was made interesting to a Mr. and Mrs. B R W"II(i

anything much worth mentioningand Lucille C,: Give him what he Curd of Thank. largo audience of eager listeners, Gainesville Saturday.

E B. H. S. JOURNAL the wise juniors and dignified wants, I !guess We take tbs'! method to thank who returned to their homes with Lawrence K. Walrath n',

:seniors write up every little thing Anita: Breakfast la! ready dear. tho people who assisted us duringour helpful suggestions; from the Saviour week-end with his paivm,,

i that happens out here. Ivan: It can't be t haven't heard father's last hours, also those Mrs. F' M. Walrath

!Ii 1 ". I.\I..JIt N'r.FI" By the way some members of you scraping the toast yet. who showed their kindness during M.1. and Mrs. W. O. Seals and Mr. J. H. Houser and i I-' ''"

Filltoi-lnChlpf ..........__. . _- ._ PAUL K.''I(1I1'l' our class: possess great talents. If I Inez: I got sick iu Harmon his death and for the beautiful daughter, Miss Mable all of Jack- rath made a business "n ,;
"' >.lBtnnt UtlltoiK .n_._-. PEAriLD MANNING, EVA MAWOTTHJnka ( some of you are In the dark, I'll place last night. business: visitors Augustine Monday.
Editor. .. __. _. ..._ LEAK HT1UJTHSnorts (lowers. sonville, were
-- --- JulIan Miss Gertrude ,
I'm at. HOUSI-I
Milltor,: _-. -_ _- __ 'n'- LKSTIIU ntlCJJ itHJNSNtportrr tell you what hitting Clyde M.: Well, you\ know bars The children. here this week.J. I
,, Henlor. ] --_ __ -. .- "..... LENA Hni.MO SIUOI'AIUJ: / Peek was awarded a prize In will be bars.V.iNIERBILT. family, who to Keystone Monday fun, ,,
& i Junior Reporter':... _____.__.______ ____ ANNI11 MAM, l'I AHL'N Messrs. J. L. Johns O.V.. and H. Hayes and "
Kopiomor) Reporter .u? __..__... .' ._________ HI:N HTMKNHIJim" / the Yo Yo contest of last Friday H. A. Sapp, S. C. Crews and Cecil have been visiting Michigan returned Cove Springs, where sh -i I 1'1', 'I I,,
I i Krenhmnn Reporter. ____ '_ '" .... MAPY liltOWNLUU night. past week.
j Boeclal JleDorti.ru ESTKLLU' IENLnICK HAL.MIJ JON US, St'HOOL :XKWS: : Adams and Harold and Dempsey to their home here last Sat
,, Faculty Supervisor: n._ _.-__._.___. .- MISS FIXJIIUNCE) MATTII13WS: Thin unpleasant task: of class were visiting Horseshoe bay urday. \V. II. Ogden was In Kim,, I, \1 Ii.
I i _. _.-- .. reporting has been conferred upon Sapp
r ,I c Mrs. W. R. Conner, Sr., of Ra Saturday. Mrs. J. P. Sullivan returned to day.Mr.
the of the class Louise D. E. Pangborn ,
secretary Sunday aftera 'I"" ,I.' ''I.I ..
children here last
home
W. and her
% Last Friday afternoon from 1:30to : week. It was written by a senior, Marcotte, by the reporter. Since ford, is visiting her children, Mr. Mrs. O. Sapp A. L. and week-end In Jacksonvill( *
Mrs. E. A. Sapp and children, Mrs. visit with her sons,
3, temperance program; was Guy Andrews, who Is taking English 1 am green at this, won't you folks L L. Conner and Mrs K. M. Alvarez Essie Sullivan of Theressa. Plans are being made ti.i" ,, "II
Cleveland
J. L. John and daughters
given by several high school students literature: please excuse all my mistakes. this week, and Miss Altrlce Cowart, Messrs. Ellery' Gunter of Waldo, was munlty Hallowe'en part ..
In the auditorium. The program -
America The use of tung oil has been Misses Roberta and Edith Con O. n. Moody, N. Q. Moody and An- transacting business here this clubhouse Thursday evi-im .'
} fj 22 1 opened with a song, JOKKH:' A. S. Balllnger, Mr and i 111.! I I'
long known t to civilized man. It Norman drew and Hassle Rhoden were vis- week
tho Beautiful, followed by: -v** ner and Messrs. Frank D. Balllnger, Cecelia
; Saturday. I Priest of Green Cove tin \ "",\
t was Introduced Into the United iting In Starke Emery
Salute the Flag-By students. Mrs. Carpenter: "What Is the and Felix Sapp were visiting at Mary Balllnger all of 1\1.\] .
here II.
Constitutes Good Citlzen" !- Staes by the department of agriculture M,'. and Mrs.V.. H. Richardsonand Springs was a business visitor
"What a
greatest water power known to Penney Farms Sunday afternoon. the Pa., are guests at tin i I, t-
of Chipley were this week.
W Raymond. from China !in 1905. It children :
sF i -George Thinker"-Oull Thomas. was first planted In California and man?" Mr. Frank Norman and Melvin guests of her parents, Mr. andlurs. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Shaw of De- week.
Ir t, "The Johnnie R.: "That's easy! Woman's Futch of Lawtey, motored to Lacrosse Crews Saturday and troit Michigan, have recently been Mr. and Mrs. Hays i its the Brain that Counts"- later in various other parts of the \ S. C. ,
Underhill United States chiefly: as an ornamental tears. Friday night. Sunday.Mr. the guests of Mrs. Shaw's mother, Sunday evening from n i _,
Hazel
/ L "America" students. tree. Mr. J. C. Alvarez was a business and Mrs. S. C. Crews of Lake Mrs. H. F. Chesser. trip. to Michigan.
-By
Song HOT TU'M visitor to Jacksonville one day last 1'
from Butler visiting his parents, dies John'elue! Drawdy of
r q "What Constitutes a Good Citizen Tho tung oil trees are were !
twenty-five to thirty feet in height week. here Sunday afternoon. Starke, was the guest of her uncle,
Guy Leaf
: %4 "Wisdom-Emory of Modern Everyday The wood Is said to be brittle and Paul: "Daddy, I saved ten cents Misses Edith and Roberta Con- Mr. and Mrs! S. L. Crews were L. A. Johns last Saturday. Long Pine

t today, I ran all the way to school ner and Messrs. Frank Norman to Lake Butler evening beginningat
r4 Life About Drlnk"-7th grade stu the tree Itself is rather short-llv business visitors Next Friday
"i" behind a street car." and Felix Sapp attended church at Seed Abunrl.mtTIMPS
p ed-probably about thirty years Saturday. 8 o'clock, the Hampton school .;

dents."What Constitutes a Good Citizen" The fruit is about the size of a Daddy: "Why didn't you run be- Evergreen Saturday n'ttb t. H under the auspices of the P. T. A.
hind a taxicab and! save a dollar." Melvin Futch of Lawtey was visIting at the city hall,
i -Kathryn Weest. small apple; It is tough and woody Mr. L. L. Conner Saturday ........................ will put on a play have l.rtt'gest Prop>|i i,1,
Song! "Star Spangled Banner" and contains from three to seven tho proceds of which will be used In Several Years
} i I students. seed. The fruit matures In the Although there are many diseases : night i : {WOODLAWN{ for school benefits. Everybody Invited -

"k, by The tree has considerable orna prevalent In the country, by l Miss Edith Conner was the guestof <' :Mils",,, Sljrtlce Xurmnn, ('or. to be present end enjoy( the For" the first time in elgh, ''I.
far the commonest Is high blonde Misses Edna and Thelma Lewis
4J Chapel was held last Thursday autumn and falls to the ground; evening. a full crop of long leaf ph,, ,i
d with Rev. Starr of Methodist mental value and Is often planted pressure. Sunday.Mr. ........................ Mi' and Mrs. MInton of Starke Is due to spread over the m, '1u ',".

church of Lawtey, as the speaker. In parks and along streets. It Ben Shells of Jacksonville, Mi1. Pitt Varnes of Jacksonville, attended church here last Sunday' of acres of long leaf lands <,,\ i ,
won't at railroad visiting Miss: Lois( Reddish
As people stop was
,, The unique method of illustratinghis I bears numerous clusters of snowy was visiting Miss Ruby Rosier Sat- evening i Ida, according to Harry Le. '\ ,.t 1,
talk with a pupil was carriedout white or pinkish: flowers In Marchor crossings they have decided to Thursday. last. urday night and Sunday. The champion fishermen of our I State Forester, who calls mi II' ''II,
the and Mrs. J, C. Alvarez and Miss Lu-
change sign put:
Ovid
by Dr. Starr as he showed the April. Mi. and Mrs. Oscar Carter and town T. M. Hagan and to the peculiarity of the" ,
Tung oil trees grow best In a "Try our engines. They satisfy. bedla Alvarez were visiting Mrs. R Junior and Mrs. Carrie Haynes, went to Hampton Beach full
binding effects of habits. We are son. which gives forth a se d i ''I 1 I,I''
"Doiv't stop. Nobody will miss C. Cone of Starke Saturday.Mrs. .
IY always glad to have Dr. Starr with win ra or semi-tropical climate. The Smith is visiting friends at Webster i early this morning and returned only every five to nine yew '
N. T. Hitch and children
J'J'u' us because his talks are both worth area most suitable for growth o f you. Plant City and Val rico. : with a ten pound trout. Quoting Mr. Lenthall, 111,1, III

v a '' while, and practical.The tung oil trees In the United StatesIs of Ralford were visiting: Mr. and M,', and Mrs.. Leamon Norman Tho \V. M. U. of the Methodist charge of the Southern )For -, i.;\
Gulf and South Atlantic Ben: "Did the honor system Mrs. L. L. Conner Monday after at the home of Mrs.P. .
along the church met
girls of the senior class sold I spent Saturday night and Sunday periment station of the L' i F, '
cold plate lunches at the Demonstration : coast regions. Florida" be- work well In your school noon. with her mother, Mrs. Maggie B. Hunt last Monday evening. est Service of Starke. wl>, ,>-
Ortho M.: "Yes until darn Our boys and girls motored over
: some
Fair held recently at the cause of Its geographical; location Browning, The attendance was very good. kept an accurate record <"n "i''" ...
b sneak went and squealed on us. to Hampton Friday afternoon fora
clubhouse. $38.14 was realized. Is well suited to the growth of Miss Pearl and Mildred Nor- Two new members were enrolled periodic seedlngs, the slat,, f, ,t-,

} ., tung oil trees. The first successful double-header of basketball. The man and Myrtle and Mamie Lou Mrs. Paul Mast and Mrs. M. V. Mil- ester states that.the last (ml i"I'was |'i
) of oil Glenn: "I suppose, I'm only a I score was 26-14 In;! favor of Hamp- lei1 The mission study ably
planting tung trees was was
and Russell Norman at- .
Norman in 1921 and the last tin, ,
d Yll ( ,\HIt OK Til.\NKH 'I: 'I'|
the beach of life? ton girls and 14-9 In favor of
,
pebble on your i
voted to take
made ut'the Florida Experiment discussed: and they
r dl dlCt tended church at Evergreen Satur- was before that In 1913 In i 1"" ,
Cleo: "That's true, but you : Hampton boys. I think everyone
Station, Gainesville in 1923. Since up for their new study The Road
day night, to exprelment
Wo take this opportunity to according stain!!""is
that time the of might have a chance if you werea enjoyed the game very much. the of Ood The of
plalntlng tung to City pastor
thank the merchants of Starke and Misses Ruth Sapp and P. D. Red !, records, there was about 1 : ot,t ,
boulder.
Lawtey for co-operating with us trees has gone steadily forwardand little-, ,-s- dish passed through this section the Methodist church Rev. Montgomery crop but this year will see ,,1'1"> "i

in our efforts to raise money for at the present time Florida Milton: "Boy! She's the kind ............4..NN..N: Sunday afternoon.Mrs. will teach the (')ass every most unprecedented supple! -' .i.d l
has between two thousand and J. S. Norman and daughter Monday evening. At the conclusion -
"annual. Our lunch booth at the read about .in books!" by mother nature.
fa'r was successful and we wish to I three thousand acres planted. you Lester P.: "What kind of books : GRAHAM : Myrtle were shopping in Starke of the hour a delicious salad lu such years the State )0'1)' -1 i I" 1 i
Many of these trees are already course, with ice tea, was served'by
thank the following merchants-. for small of fruit have you been reading ........................ Friday morning. hostess assisted Mrs. Mast. points out, that only forest( ,in,
bearing tho by
crops Miss and Dixon .
Myrtle Audrey ,
h, M their donations: I prevention is needed to Insi i 'm
The trees are planted at various Mrs. Margie Byrd of Gainesville, were visiting their friends Myrtle of tier
4 I Starke: Andrews Store, Highway Hazel: "When you told George adequate! regeneration -
distance when set in an orchard. was visiting here Sunday and Monday Norman I
Mamie Lou
r Market, Clover Farm Store, The usual distance is you'd lio a sister to him, what did and Sunday .A.........N. .e...). able tree.
t ) Variety Market, M. C. Store S. R. from twentyto he say?" afternoon. The methods of securiin-, II">>

i Johns, A. M. Darby, McNulty's thirty feet apart each way, The June: "He had the nerve to ask Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brown and Miss Thelma Browning spent I Keystone Ileiahts J greatest; value from such "i "I'i'>

Store, Independent Store, Klckllt- trees In Florida' are often set 12 to borrow my car no that he could children Fate and Norman were Saturday night and Sunday with C MI. Helen Oltden. Cur. will be brought out at tin, l-. > .'
White's A. H. by 25 feet, with the Intention of visiting here Sunday. her friend, Miss Ruby Norman. "
er's, Overstreet's, take another girl to ride. Florida State Forest Fail I' I i I"
4 removing every other tree when Mrs. Marguerite Collins, Mrs. .N.......N.N.N....
Ed- Miss Pearl and Mildred Norman \
Green, J, C. Manning, J. W. Is to be held at Lake rir.
1 wards, Mr. F. Scott S. Courtney, they begin to crowd. Have you heard abou the Brown and daughters Thelma and I were visiting their cousins, Myrtle Mr. Percy Putnam of Orlando, vember 13-14 and 15. M 'MM,,,

F. F. Stump, Nat Sternberg, Jones Tung oil trees will grow well on Scotchman who walked into the Frances" were shopping in Starke and Mamie> Lou Norman Sunday was a visitor In Keystone Heights! fair actual demonstration. 1.1II l n..

Hardware Co., Canova Pharmacy; a variety: of soils, but It has been five and ten cent store and asked Saturday afternoon. afternoon. Tuesday afternoon. carried on with various tin ,i ,
found by experiment in Florida Mr. Vasco Forsyth and Hubert Mrs. Ander Ilutch'nson and son Mr. and Mrs. Bryant returnedto ,
J. II. Lord, J. W. Morgan, Powell where the furniture departmentwas plows, and harrows In th < 'I
Carpenter, Starke Hardware Co., that a well drained, deep, light, Varnes were here Monday after Claris of Wateroak were trans- Keystone Heights Saturday struct Ion of fire lines A., '"nil

? J. M. Alvarez, A. J. Grime slightly acid soil supplied with organic noon.Mr. acting business at J. S. Norman's from Bangor, Maine, where they costs will be kept and tranxplun". d

Lawtey:. R. R, Thede, G. W matter is best. For this rea- Did you know that: and Mrs. Jasper Brown, Mr. Thursday spent the summer. to an acreage basis giving n .p-|

RobetH, J, B. Rowe, W. M. Bryan, son the tung tree may be very successfully Out of the eighteen senior girls, and Mrs. Llm Brown and son, Miss Roberta and Edith Con- Mrs. Davis, sister of Mrs. Bull- portunlty fcr land owners m,'it i.

A. M. Blanchard. grown In Florida for eighteen think they look like Clara Howard were visiting here Sunday. ner and Felix Sapp and Frank Nor- winkle, and three children are In vIII stores operators to sue" t1,I >I''
most of the soil here when new I Is We are sorry to know Mr. D. J. ot Vanderbilt attended I for the winter.
We also wish to thank the Maxwell Bow, Greta Garbo or Colleen man Keystone Heights tual cost of protection or tlnn
3 f'' House Coffee people for do- acid and contains a great amountof Moore lOut Byrd Is on the sick list, We hope ;church at Evergreen Saturday evening Dr. and Mrs. Rupert and daughter acreage. In addition: to fl !I ion,

nating the coffee, the Blue Ribbon organic matter. Tung oil trees of the same number, eigh- him a speedy recovery. i !(. Mrs. Austin Bl'ss, spent the demonstrations Is the planting' "mil

Mayonnaise for the mayonnaise, will not grow in an alkaline soil teen look( like "heck?" Mi1, and Mrs. A. G. Brown and Miss Agnes Sapp and Ida Mae I week-end in Keystone Heights. Dr. raising of forest tree seedlliiK' ,.."..ul l

n the Southern Baking Co. for the Experiments-along this line In Mrs. Perkins was caught Yo children, were visiting la Jacksonville 'Conner of Vanderbilt passed thru I and Mrs. Rupert leave Jackson- ,constructive naval stores up-in
Florida has shown it Is '
i rolls, the Woman's Club for their useless to Yolng In the hall? Sunday. this section Sunday afternoon. vlllo Thursday for California but Lions and motion pictures ,n. ,''in/ "
kindness, the mothers and' other plant trees unless the soil is non Our annual fund Is gradually Mr. and Mrs\ R. M. Johnson and L. R. Denmark was visiting: his' expect to be back in Keystone forest tuatlon In Florida

v'' women, who helped us and all alkaline. growing? children, Madge, Fred and Ellen parents Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Den- Heights by the middle of Decem- --

:' those who patronized us. The young tung oil trees shouldbe Crackers are served as refreshments and sister, were visiting at Mac- mark Sunday. ber for the remainder of the win- Fort Myers New York i hllk< ,

The Senior Class. well fertilized and cultivatedfor in biology class? clenny Sunday. Misses Myrtle and Mamie Lou ers plan opening of branch ">fllo

i iu I the first few years so their* Mrs. T. T. Long is back In Mr. and Mrs. John P. Reynoldsand Norman attended tho party at Mrs. ter.Mr.. and Mrs. F..M. Walrath and here first of year.

it. K. H. iKFi\Tin: : IIY I growth will not be stunted. A school son. Junior, spent the week- Gen Gasklns' Tuesday night sons, Lawrence and Frank, Jr., Leesburg Equipment ''n., ''if

t ''r, HIGH N1MKNGS!l fl-O fertilizer containing a high per Santa Claus will visit us in two end here. J. S. Norman and Bro. II. S. drove to Jacksonville Saturday to purchased for city recreation ,'n
cent of phosphoric acid is best. All
months? Mrs. Isola Shuler and son, Tal- Norman were visiting their cousin attend the
-- Georgia-Florida: game. ter: at Lake View: park.
it
Last Friday afternoon the B. H. weeds and grass should be care- The weight determined by fish madge, were visiting her mother, Henry Redden Sunday afternoon.
Iv fully removed until the trees get a Mrs. II. K. Roberts -= .
this
week-end. Mrs. J. -
8.: Tornadoes met the High Springs scales. is Inaccurate? S. Norman and daughter -
good. start !in life. As the trees '
M,. Aubrey Brlnson
was a visitor Mrs. L.
fotball team on B. II. S. gridiron R. Denmark and chil-
3:30 o'clock. grow larger they are not easily here Monday. dren were vlsltng: Mr. and Mrs. I.N "<''111111111I11111111I1,11111"1', i -- Ht' .1.IIWIII. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIAIIIuIIIIUIIIYIIIII IIIIIIIIIWWi
at : Injured by an undergrowth.Small .......................e Mi1.\ Hurbert Brown and Gene a's
Norman's
This was the first game In which Sunday afternoon.M 'ss
Quantities of tung oil have HKILIIROXN SPRINGS Turner of Starke motored to ,'. Newn I
Burney of
t'' h'l' Ijpys wore their new red jerseys Starke :!
been obtained from nuts grown in Miss Gainesville Thursday ,
Pearl Norman night.
and red and and black hel- passed through this section Sun- t
Florida. The oils were light colored !. Mr. A. G. Brown and son, Hubert day afternoon. 3 !
ments. !, almost by test to the super ........................ were business visitors
The players doing brilliant work to M,'. and Mrs. O, \V. Roberts of
were: Inman Grlttls and McMillan.In \ ior to the oij' imported from China. Mr, and Mrs. T. J. Moore of Hampton Saturday afternoon.Miss Lawtey visiting here Sunday after- :)

Pale or IlghUcolored. tung oil U lellbronu Springs, wan visiting Leola Fogg, a teacher at noon.
the B.
man, the center on used !in manufacture of white and Mi', and Mrs, J, J, Rlgdon Sun- Lawtey, spent the week-end here .--- ---
( It S. team went through the line tinted paints and pale clear varn- I day. with her mother

nearly everytlme and got his! wise man ish. It is also\ used for water- ?*1'. and Mrs. l:. n Hart motored Wo have B Y. :P. IT. and Sun- .......................... ;

before the opposing side got proofing paper and cloth to Lake Butler afternoon day school every Sunday afternoon -
over Sunday
4' HAMPTON
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the :
to what he was doing. Grlflla/ I
The ease and success with which Everybody invited.NEIV II
hlghthalf showed up well in -the : MU. Ada Nlrnrao C.... +
lung trees are grown in FloridaIs Mrs Leona *- II I
of Starke
Sapp was . .
the game by doing some excellent apparent. The tung-oil Industrywill .-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-............... c I
punting. the guest of Mrs. E. E. Green ........................
without doubt soon becomeone Tho citizens *
McMillan the quarterback also Wednesday afternoon. [ of our town and the

t, showed up nicely In the game by of the lending Industries of Miss Pauline: Green was the : RIVERMiss : | surrounding towns enjoyed the I
our state. It l is, at least, one agricultural
of basketball
taking through for for long gains. guest Misses Elcy Rhodeu Wednesday Ksslo Sapp, Cor. game between the
crop that Is not being over night. Hampton boys and girls and the
This McMillan's third .. .
I a he has being with the year Tor, produced. At the present the out Mrs. T. J. Moore was the guestof N N...N.-.-N...-0 IN. Vanderbilt boys and girls last Friday ['
: one more year
look of this Industry in Florida is Mrs. E. E. Green Our evening Oct 25th. \
nadoes. Thursday afternoon entire community was Both sides II I
bright, and success seems almost played well. The
J shocked
The lineup for the game Friday, when the death angel Hampton boys
''t was as follows: assured. Misses Edna and Ethel Johns visited the home of Mr. B. J. Sapp won 14-9. The girls won their I

Moore _.-_. .________ Fullback AMONG: TIIK Jl'.MOIlS were. the guests of Misses Maxine early Monday and took away a game, the score being 26-14. I its

S; Alvarez _ _________ Lefthalf licks Sunday! afternoon. loved father and friend. Mr. and Mrs. Mosley, Miss Clyde ,

r Grlflls __' __ _________ RIghthalf The members of the junior class Misses Ethel Davis was the Mr. SapP'was born Sept. 13, Mosley and P. E. Griffin spent the 'num
s McMillan _______ QuarterbackInman ,guest of! Miss Pencle Davis Sunday. 1849 and died Oct. 21, 1929 he week-end with Mr. Mosley's son, of ? 1.. ,,, ,,. 1 m Irmulnm none mllllrlr ul._ ..an ,
held their second meeting last _..... ___. _. m..
Miss Edna Davis has returned was 80 years one month and nine Jacksonville. On their return home
----_ .___________ Center Wednesday. The class was calledto I ,
"' home from spending a few days of age when his death they were accompanied by Mr. and
Graham -__ ______ Left guard order by the president, George oc-
,I Brownlee ______ Right guard Inman. The purpose of the meet- weeks at Lawtey. curred. Mrs. BoHley's grandson, Linberg REMEMBER.

+ Sternberg ._ _______ Left tackle Ing was to decide whether we want Miss Edna Davis drove to Starke Ho leaves to mourn his: death, Mosley. .

i Redgrave .____ Right tackle class pins or not. The meetingwas Saturday afternoon. eight children, they are: Mrs. D. Mrs. Lee Parker had as her

Klckllter ..__ __________ Left end! adjourned with the understanding Tho 5th. 6th 7th and 8th Hunt and Mrs. M. L. Newsom of guests last' Sunday her grandmother -
grades visited the state farm Friday Mulberry; Mrs. A. D. Conner of Mrs. Oeo. Reddish and aunt
1 Raymond -_.___ ____ Right end that the pupils would That the
Substitutes: Davis and Matheny.II. talk it over among themselves and afternoon) Supt. Blitch exerted Fort Pierce; Mrs. R. Barton of Mrs. Lola Reddish both of Jacksonville \ principles of football apply -

himself in showing the'pupils Canal Point; Mrs. J, It. Mott of / ,

If. H. :MKKTHLCIIf.: .\ take It up again*next Wednesday. every feature which they thor Brooker; Messrs. M. J., O. \I)". andE. Dr. and Mrs. R. M. Paver and in business. It is the offensive

ix ItI:Tl'RY TILT Guess what? oughly enjoyed. A. Sapp all of New River besides children, Miss Mary Blanche and

-1The Glenn covers more ground thana Supt. A. J. Grlffls and family a number of grandchildrenand Master Haynes Merrel of Jackson- that wins. To take the offensiveyou

B H. S. Tornadoes seek revenge tax assessor. were visitors to our school Friday a host of relatives and friends. ville, spent the week-end with Mrs.

in the tilt today with Ala- Gator Inman had a his shoes and were among the number Tho funeral services were heldat Faver's parents, Mr. and Mrs. O must drive ahead ADVER

thus. for the defeat handed them shlned. who visited. the farm. Sapp cemetery near New River Haynes.

4' Q early this season. Alachua defeated Resale Colson made 100 on Jokes Tuesday afternoon where the body Miss Margaret; Pearce of Starke TISE. Stanton Service Cuts and

the Tornadoes In their first geometry.Mrs. Says Hudson Morgan: I won'tto was laid to rest at 4 p. m. was the guest of friends and rela-

game of the season, but a dispute marry a rich girl so I can give Wo: all will greatly miss him. tives here last Sunday.Mr. Copy are Free in Starkc's best

followed as to Alachua using Ineligible Perkins: "Where do 'bugsgo her everything she wants. He: was a devoted Christian, beloved and Mrs. James Cason and Market{

q players. This has been settled in the winter time" Charlie R.: I know a beauty by all who knew him. daughter Miss Mona, all of Jack- Builder. .

4 and the Alachua team offers George: "Search me." with a rich heart. Mr. Sapp has been a resident of sonville, were the guests of Mrs.P. .

"' the Tornadoes a chance to re- Hudson.: Who, tell me quick? Bradford county for a number It B. Hunt this! week. '

gain their scalps. The game will Hazel: "Why didn't the peopleon Charlie R.: Pearl N. and oh, years and will long be rememberedby Rev. Norris pastor of the First 'BRADFORD COUNTY

be played on the home gridiron the ark play cards? boy! her sister I love her MildredN. all whom he knew. Baptist church here filled his reg-

I t m' and a large attendance Is expected. Annie Mae: "Noah stood on the i Rev. Butler conducted the funeral ular appointment last Sunday. He

*_, dock." Harmon M.: Is she a good girl : services by quoting the 6th delivered two excellent sermons.

y Tt'NO OIL CVLTUUKIX: Carl R.: I'll say straight as a Psalm, and several verses of scrip- The subject used at the evening TELEGRAPH'i'

i FLORIDA HODK.NT: RKMXAXTS string. ture. service was "What Does Christ

t Harmon M.: Oh shucks, I like The song, "Sweet By and By" and Think of the Church? The subject

This theme was one of the best Howdy folks! There really Isn't hem a little bit knotty "Nearer My God to Thee"-and "I was well outlined, and by the use ., .
k written' in the eleventh grade last much news, we're just lowly and Edna Davis: What can I do to shall know IBm" were beautiful- of beautiful phrases and pictures a






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', NOVEMBER:: J. 1021) nR.\DFOnD COUNTY TELEOn.\PJI. ST.\RKE. FLOnm.\ rAGE TnnRI7! ,

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0--t In St Luolp county under anew S. A. L. To Run ng. It Eagle Cti.il:

I Newt of Florida in Short Paragraph law enacted at the last IE'g- OrilllJfO liloMNnlll SM1| 'Inl
dative session and one of the firstIf Winter Trains ,' .' ''' ;\!'
The Orange Blossom Special, : \ti
,
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not tho first In Hit state, was!
crack do luxe train, will make Its '; 11I
Mutinied hr',' county court here yes- To Tampa Areaytarollcr
first trip from Tampa Dec :21 at I
terday with the filing of an information ,
r jive 1:30: p. in.. on a one-nlRht run to .
[ State News : against a resident of
this county charging him with fail ;\1..reJoo :Moilriti, !SriicOperat'on <' New York. It will travel via the I

I'I"-.lult'l Oi'oss-Huldwln cut-off, say nit considerable -
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1- ure to bring his motor vehicle to \ .f :
I time hi getting out of
n stop before passing a school bus ,
four Florida. There will be Grunge I
of winter trainsto {
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while engaged; in takng: on or : ,
I TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES discharging school children The the Tampa territory, IncludliiK Blossom trains from the east and ,

the Suwanuee Hirer Special, on u wont const alike, with all the I ,H"I
information was filed by County

I .,._.._. _"_.____,__,____,___.__.:Io Prosecuting Attorney II. J. Dame schedule putting It out of Tampa modern Bluff found on the bent '".1.1I ,
". for Atlanta and the middle went trains operated in the country.The .
and( the U docketed
case for trialat I
!llBHoe,, Roy Booth, form- Airways, Inc, while the plane Circled the at 7:05: p, m., was nnnounred yesterday /New; York-Florida. Limited
special term of county court (
in of PInellas; county, has aI high over this city. The baby, that Is to tomorrow County by the Seaboard Air Line year 'round train now In service! I
by mand convene will to both roasts and will r 4 j'
.uhf to proceed Hallway. run
I, a seven and one-half pound girl school officials had Issued pub :. .
obtain a recount of the The Suwiuinee wail: make Its first leave Tampa at 12,10: : a. m. I i
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d! "?" was born at 5:15: p, m. to Mrs. lic warning that prosecution would 4Ir
,isi, I In the election last No- follow trip northbound from Tumpa Hec. To Kvtinl: : 1.'IINt11111; t .
If ,
I" Infractions of the law
,, ,, In which Gladstone it.I Margaret Dorothy Evans, wfe: of 1 on a faster schedule than heretofore The Npw York Fast Mall, now I 0,
continued
I' : The law requires I
,, republican nominee, ap- Dr." T. W. Evans.Bradenton and with improved equipment in "service' < between N. y and Jacksonville I '
I? drivers of motor vehicles to bring e 1 I'I
,\ defeated him for re-elec- and a library-observation car will be extended through; I I
such) vehicles to full before '
\ H stop
court heldWalter added feature The srhed- to Tampa and St. Petersburg:, with I :
Ip. ?. stale! supreme : A spoonful of nicotine as an I \ Ktf.
I passing a school bus that Is stopped -f ;
powerful poison used tile southbound will be similar to the first (trip northward from Tampa -
principally -
I I' on the! highway and engagedin
It will Doc, 3 at 2:16 m. II will r
for last winter. Northbound : I' I 'S t
taken
aa a plants I '
spray taking on or dlschaglng) schoolchildren ; ,
,j',,,'i Gramm, Chl- by mistake by Mrs J. C. Edwards, such bus to be properly Rive a oue-nlRht-oui service to I carry through sleeping cars between oI"f ,; ,' .
brother-In- Cincinnati and will put l passengers Boston and Florida begin- I
",'nl dealer and who thought she was taking a tonIc Identified at a school bus.

i (Congressman M. Alfred nearly caused her death here MAGNET Srt'Esr 8RIDE: I ,
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\I Noil: of Illinois, was fined today. Physician said the amount Ft. Lauderdale -- A temporary WIIKG l 1lAfiRliJ"P /I /IAn l(

0 "i and coats in federal court of poison swallowed, which made bridge< over the 40 foot gap blasted t3 s'A'3' T ip dHow ern of beauty has dawned for .'.

I .day as be assumed renpon- Mrs. Edwards violently 111, together In the west Dixie highway near 461D ieeree 'r s to PlayBRIDGE the ugly bridge of yesterday \ '

I, for bringing Into the Unltiti't : with prompt administration of here Monday morning, was expected e a vo r CM Definite departure from former '

,' twelve bottles of liquor emetics and antidotes, saved her to be completed some time standards is being token since designer f ka4lnrN

.mirtesy of the port at Key life. today to allow t traffic to pass. 1<: and builders have reached a now

j' agreement that engineering Structures I ,'
1\I shall rank In beauty with construction ;fop
YVuuchula The first ripe highway und the Browned (' J'crks )29.3O by? enterprises' marked bj ,

the 1929 grand jury prepared to investigate
I"1 strawberry season was {treat aesthetic' worth.
,ml Ten Miami and Miami brought to Wauchulu this week the blasting which opened the y Wynne Ferguson Old world charm In Its river structures eagles. Perced atop the mas lv4 ,1
\
n i hotels, restaurants and C'Ki by Henry Welgel. The berry was roadway for flood waters to pass. % ; Author Of 'PRACTICAL AUCTION BRIDGE" has become the IrmplrnUcn for arched entrances, these huge, mensural atolull" I i'"'\V.\, er s
American/ enterprise. "Tin" bridgesare birds, with wings outspread
face padlocking al- 'of the I\Ilsslonary.varlety and was Meanwhile Circuit Judge George
Kit
"i i Architectural merit ts being nine feet high\ and ulna and a half
law violations as a of perfect shape and fully ripe. W. Tedder has set today for a pause. I
I i )liquor Com' 'rn'ht, 1929, by heels Jr built Into the newest feet wide. '
of suits filed In United Last year the first ripe berry was hearing on the permannency of an Natural atone Is proving Its adaptability "From our Bedford-Bloomlngto :

sin"' district court here today. brought; in by II. S. Fritz on Nov. Injunction granted by him to the ARTICLE No. 4 to the new field according to quanlee carloads of stone \go regularly -

injunctions, returnable Nov 8. Thousands of berry plants Middle\ river drainage district: pro- A. E Dickinson, president of the Indiana to similar engineering p.,j vciii I lh -
rh signed by Judge have been set out recently and I hibiting Interference on the part of Jn the preredingnrticle the following trick with the ten of clubs. How should, Limestone Company. The new In various parts of the country," say.. :./1
25 were
'v "i i problem hands were given anti! some Z plan the play from now on so as to he Murket Street bridge! In Wllkcs-nnrre, President Dickinson. "This actlvltjlU / !It,
11,1,,,! ,.ad L. Hitler, the suits beliiKii.i the 1929 crop will begin to come ;' county commissioners: regardingconstruct'on : Intereslinlt80lutionA ha ye been reived. sure of game, irrespective of the po i.. pa.. Is an outstanding example, Uc- all part of a new order of beauty 5 ) n
., activities-( under coveri In about Dec. 1. Last year Hardee : and maintenance of of the cards and of his ,
I .d l .in I'lcaso note the following analyses: lion opponents'play signed by tho architect, Carrere tHUNtings. In a field where usefulness, and only I ,I
i, ,d'i' i il operatives etxendlng overi county shipped 2,608,700 quartsof dykes, levees and canals in the die ? A remarkable feature ol usefulness was paramount until .*. 1 'w
i. period. strawberries which returned trict. A number of land owners Answer to Problem No. 2 Solution: The opening of the doucq the bridge la the four sculptured .I ;: +
i and farming have filed of clubs marks A with exactly four' aTt''
growers approximately $600,000. groups petitions
The _______ Hearts -J, 10,9,7,3 club and U with two. For that reason, "t.JlI'UVJJ: !
last wtek! saw ? and complaints asking an nlilK Nov 4. KK\V; P.tSNidNGElt: ;
u uu.. hula Clubs- 7, 6, 3DiamondsQ Z should lead the kind of clubs at trlc'c: '
,0, .'II,, ked i !' Increase In vegetable St. Petersburg Motorcycle early hearing of the case, to determine 10 two so that when I n obtains the lend, he The Southern States Special' i

-luiniM-nts, with a total of 276 Ofllcer W. E. Minor, 29, was instantly the legal right of the Md-\ Spades-A, 8, 2 I will be forced to lend one of the other will continue In service, departingfrom Beginning Sunday, April 21st k I

going out by express. The killed about five o'clock die river reclamation district to three suits. Z should then lead the ace Tampa.. at 1:15: p, m. This Seaboard Railway schedules for .'I p I I:
iI'; was In cucumbers, this morning when he was shot bya maintain dikes which interfere : Y : I and king of hearts. At the fifth trick Z will give three afternoon trains out Starke were posted as follows: 1
IBIIncrease' t :.A B : should lead the of and if A y
jack spades ,
records revealed that 135 motorist whom he had halted on with the natural flow of water z of Tampa, at 1:15, 1:30: and( 2:15: HoiithlMHiiul 1, \\1
8
mil pa\8) a low spade, Z should finesse the
<. 'tau: !! of these were shipped In a north side street, to question. from the lauds west of the Dixie jack. If U wins{ this trick, he is thugs The Seaboard FJorlda Limited No. 1--(Local) 11:19: p. m. I

_,'\.ii. days. In addition, 79 crates Shortly afterward, Sam Wiggins; 11 ig Ii way. Heart -A, K obliged to lead back either hearts' high-class tourist train, will start No. 11-(Local) 11:23 a. m.

and 56 crates of egg 50, this city, was shot and killed' Clubs-A, K, J, 10 Piracies or diamonds. No matter where Jan. 6, serving the east coast only. No 107-(Limited) 1:19 p.m.
,11' peppers
out. Six crates of by a Clearwater police officer, Diamonds--, 9, 3 the cards lie, Z must thus score three This Winter the Seaboard will No. 101-(Limited) 10:34: p.m.
iiiant' went Spades-J, 10, 9, 3 ., ld and the A
good to
.SUCCESSFUL ( game. way get ,
member a hunting for the .. for the first time the Carolina Northbound
also were shipped. posse put on
'kiiimtuats I the proper results from this hand 1 is. to
I fleeing motorist. Wiggins opened Golfer, all-l'ullman overnight No 2--(Local) 5:35: a, m. ,
a HOMEMAKING No score, rubber game. Z dealt and layout the cards and play the hand,
\
iiim> Tampa, Fla., dealer In sto'ka'' ped his car to question him, The opened the deuce of clubs, Y played I. the second club and the two heart hurst, giving the New York player No. 108-(Limited) 5:41: p m. ,

aid, | bonds, was suffering today officer returned the fire. Wiggins' By GRACE VIAIL GRAY the trey, B the nine and, Z won the tricks. 0110 full day of golf In North Carolina Wannee Brunch tharln 101 now ; ,

a broken Jaw, having been bullet passed in a few inches from \ with the loss of only one day leaves Starke 7:00: a, m.. and train
'lion Answer to Problem No. 3
,'HI,'',' ked with a golf club at the the officer's head.nradenton DOUGHNUTS from business. 102 arrives Starke 2:40: p. m ,j i
I learts'9, 2 .. JUliO Him IJitcn!
iiiiiinc-lpal. golf course by a negro
Citrus shipmentsfrom Doughnuts can be quickly end Clubs-Q, 7,5 Issued Northbound-8:69: a. m., 1:58 ),
i .add<1 who took offense at a comii -I l>Diamonds 8 Orlando Bu'llilnpermit/ !!

nun against; his caddying The Manatee and Sarasota coun- It cnslly to rnnke made\ doughnuts nt ,home.:; today So easy'that Is Spades-, J, 10,9,6,5,4 here during month of August p, m., 4:30 p. in., 8:28: p, m., 5:10 y ,'

ii I x' ". Erskine Simpson, fled and ties for the season to Thursday the doughnut jar should never be ilearte-8 Hearts 6, 4 totalled $188,525. a, in. ;
tmlu\ was being sought by city and night totalled 519 cars, accordingto empty. Clubs-JtO,9,6,3,2 : Y l Clubs-A, K. 8,4 Southbound : 3 7 u. m., 11:37:

,L u"ay,' officers who held warrants Information given out today by i Iy! using self-rising: flour for Diamonds K, 10, 5,3 : A B t Diamond A,2, I, 7 Mulberry Bank of Mulberry a, m., 4:07: p. in., 637; p. m., 11:50: g

,'hinging him with assault with ali tho department of agriculture making: (the doughnut,:; we can save Spades Q, 3 : Z : Spades- A, 8, re-opened for business.! P. m.


Most of this went from ways the same./ The leavening: or / Diamonds-9 6 4 2 -I. !
metto.
l I" The scale of payment '
-
'mipa
Tam- Manatee county. Two carloads of linking powder, and. the seasoning Spades 7
m" NHal protection, InVest I mid the unit have been combined Special : 14:
i suburb, was $2.50 a week for tho week's shipments were or- In the proportions' and have
I" proper Rubber gamer, A B 20; Y Z 0. trick with the ace of diamond 'and ;
and $5 form anges, the only oranges so far shipped boon mixed.A If.
bootlegging mechanically
Hlinary" Z has the deal Give the proper biddingof lead the four of hearts. Z should, win .
,ushlnlntf, according to testI- from here in carload lots. !good Inexpensive) recipe for all four pl.iyers. and when you have this trick with the ace of hearts and F 1

ii H"\ yesterday by G. H. Durham, doughnuts} requiring} only 1 egg Is decided on the final bid, the correct lend the seven of spade When A Offer !
this : lead and of low Z should finesse the nine t
in' ''In trial of three district ollli Wauchula-Bulb growing promises opening subsequent play plays ,
to become one of Ilardeecounty's Doughnuts. the hand of spades in Y's hand and I) should
to ex-
i ,t ii accused of conspiracy 1 egg % cup sugar Soluttcni With a freak hand of this win the trick with the ace. ; '
ii',,, bribes. Durham admitted major Industries. Sevel'alocres /i, cup nilllc 3 cups Helf-rlH- type Z's only proper opening bid is. If II makes the mistake of leading .
1
I ih..i'' ho had made and sold liquor of bulbs are being put out Vt tsp nutmeg ing flour four hearts.. A should pass and Y, another heart, Z will make the balance i i For One Week Only

i' ,i'lrding', to the record, but hadb now, four acres by one man, three 1 tnp. vanilla with a big spade hand, should!, also of the tricks as he will win the trick i in .
Heat the with the suanr adO 1 lie fair and II Y's hand with the nine of hearts I .
i ? n forced out of business be- by another and one by another. egg ; pass has help for hearts and i"
the Bulb growing has proved profit- the milk, Hour, nutmeg and ,'ii nilln, should depend on the soundness of 1 1.111partncr' make all of Y's spades as they are now I "
ni-i!' he refused "to pay to local In past The dough: should IIP us soft us .. original bid. U hat no choicebut set up. If Ii lead. tho kink of clubs, the Remember--It ', q
able some growers
I" can ho bundled toll( ',4' Inch thick ;; tr(> clotiblu four hearts. He has apparently result is the same nt Z will trump and j
years and last season tree or cut with a doughnut; cutler, and four tricks in his own bAwl put V ia the lead with the nine of hearts Tires are losing :'
Miami -- And now there is the tour acres were grown In the county fry to n delicate brown In deep fat and u good chance to defeat the bid. and thus again: bi r.LIc to make all of your i \

> baby." The first child to be with a ready market for all pro- The fnt should be hot enough; to All should pass and A must then,decide Y's spades IJ'd best play at trick four 1 air it's going to i .; ;' !
his opening.The ia the lead ot' the of duininnd ,.; ;
bow, In "discoveredAmerica" duced. Most growers in this section brown n cube of bread In 1 min upon proper queen 1
an airplane tri-motored put out gladioli and narcissus. ate Drain, on unglazed! pnpcr, and singleton heart in. the beet open- Y must trump tile i, trirk with the nine '! cost money. :; )
today in a dust with confectioner's! sugar.; ing from a double dummy preposition of hearts and should. then lead the I you i
Fokkrt- plane of the Pan-American but la.Lrdlyevena fine pla'crloulJmake king and jack of spades on which :Z ", f 1T!,

n_ that' opening in regular play.' should discard his two bring! diamonds.In it
Air Mail When your partner doubles a big suit this way also Y Z can nuke five a ; .f, :
I American Made Planes Carry First Chinese bid, it generally is a good! rule to open odd, so it seems that there is no way CorA 'I Dangerous (to Run on Under-inflated Tires! .1
your best nc't and thus show him whatt U to defeat' the baud If any of our 8 ,
I I II play f}r i i your hand. In this cane, readers can discover a way to do bo, Tests show that balloon tires, if run 5 :. [ '
therefore: A'a' proper opening U the don't hesitate to send in sulutions. I'I .
underinflated out nearly {1:
1
trey of diamonds. U should win this pounds wear
a :
twice as fast. i''I' ,
Answer to Problem No, 4 !\4

Hearts-- J 8 7 A r
,
Clubs Diamonds-A-, 0,9 6 I,I Drive in and l let; us help you r ;r

Spittle.-none 1
Hearts- none Hcnrts -9, d 5 ,, Our Special Otter ;

Clubs- none f Y : Club .K I J, 10DiamondsQ t Wo will take off all your tires, clean the rims, examine ;j ''If', ,
8, 7 : A B t l DIIIIIIO' uU! 10 I !
and test each tube tire treads and for i
Inspect carcass },
!S adcs-Q 7 6 Z
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:
] I SpadesPP JI'I I
? I cuts, holes, buried nails, glass etc., and check condition of I;
L I le.lrtll-' I' I.. flaps If any tubes are "done for" we'll replace them. b ;1>t,
I II none
\\KE-QFf OFS'rNBoN-DCTQO'TEt Af Mftit. f....ne ra,"r "IfNi'HA c Clubs- 7, 6 I We will repair the good tubes. Wo will replace any rusty Y l.. I;

Diamon.ls-IS. "' !I torn flaps, and make any necessary repairs to casings. 'I.i r RR,

Specie- 9, 5, 4 ," i The only charges will be for repairs and new tubes or '1"1"" "
flaps. This service may.save you tho price of several new .'." 4'9

-ckIi There are no trumps and Z !I. in the ten of club Y should win, the; trick I casings-It will protect you from road delays and insure .... i t J 1
\ lend. I l1 low can Y X win four of the seven wilh the quern;: of clubs: and force B in" I the maximum mileage from your present tires. ,

tricks against nny possible defense? the lend with' the ten of( diamonds It .'
Solution! : Z ehouW loict 1 the four of will then be forced to play the hearts I : Lowest Price Ever on < .

spades. A can either win this trkk by or rluLd i'p t.. Y'* hand and he Ilglli111 o a.,

'laying the quern of spades! or allow I make three: ir.-jre: tricks If U Uada f iJCj) ) :
Ii to win the trick with the jack of hearts, Y easily .nake two hearts and I't .
spades. I the ace of clubs.:: /I/O leadnclulxi. Y win!! J t

(a) Suppose B wins the trick Y with the ace anti return a ciub which ? l
fi must win. Ii then has to lead hearts Water Tested TUBES 2! !.
Y should discard the seven of: hearts. II i :.
can now make one of three leads, ((1)I) ur|> to Y II! giving Y the two remaining ;:
the tricks. at trick three A should overtake Get Our PricedMORE t if
ten of diamonds, (U) the ten of
U's ten of diamond! I he play will
clubs! ((3)) the six of hearts.
.. continue a* already pointed out in (y), .' PEOPLE RIDE ON GOODYEAR TUBES- 'rr t t
((1) Suppose at trick two D plays the ((3)) Suppose at trick tw-> B should(
ten of diamonds. Z should play the five lead the six of heart Y vil! win this '
of diamond and A can either (x) play trick and lead back the six! of t.i.lIncmJIICprclng NEW ,PRICES ON PATHFINDER TIRES EFFECTIVE *' !
the seven of diamonds or (y) the queen B in the 1 lead. If B leads another 1-" '
cf diamond, (x) Suppose A plays the heart, Y will win the trick and lead l the OCTOBER 15,.1929 f 1 1a

seven of diamonds. B must now a nine of club' In this way Y will Again ,,:),1

heart or a club. If he lead: a heart, Y win two more tricks. If A should overt t! Balloon High Pressure ef j t":'
wine two heart tricks and returns the
take the ten rf diamond at trick three ,

-......... r nine uf dubs, the forcing B 1 to lead ,' the play' will continue as already. 29x4.10 $ 5.90 :30x :3 1-2 re1(.____ $ 5.0529x4"5 ; ; ,
.. s a II t't t'T CflINJ:CL'"'lf All"7'Csr O/CC, I clubs' thus giving Y the two ri-m.iini.ig; pointed out Jn (y). j () _ .68 30x3 1.2 oversize 5.H 'j!?.. !
r-ST aGa&ER'aFCk'IWTE.4IR4.1A/l' tricks. If at trick three B should lead a (b) Suppose A sh"-" win the first -
30x I30x .50 .. 6.73: 31x1 !9..o;)
Government at tor at Selfrldga Field during club Y houUl win the ace queen and trick with the qiif-cn /f spade Y -------- --- 3 1 \ '
YNE, MICH.-First Mr mall: Chinese Nationalist World War. and Capt. W. R. the'l throw I) in the lead with the third I should discard the .a of heart. A'S I : I ,75 8.15 :32x1 -.- -- 9.7529x5.00 ..
rt NankIng officer with club. I) ii. then forced to lead hearts andY _. 8.5S :33x1: 10.:1:: j t.
m China la now In regular *ervur are being carried a* well son, former flight best play i I. U .1 the eight of __._ .._ i ;
Ie Passengers The plane are the latest Royal Flying Corp Mr. Machlo was again;,: win two heart tricks. (y) spades. B must cli l> the ten of club. 30x5.00 ___ 8.75 :32x1 1-2 13.65 l I
a* mall. cabin one of the pilot who took a flight Suppose at trick two,A play the queen or all of Y's hr.irtu" will be good. Z's "iir i
Sttn- model with luxurtou I ; :30x531x5. ,25 _ !9.9S) 33x1 1.2 11.15
300-horsepower standard Sttnson of six Stlnaon-Detrolters to Mexico of diamonds. Then,, Lest lead la the best play i is to let A win this trick. Ashould
baggage compart- .Y .25; _ __ 10.35: ; 31x1 I 1.2 11.79
accommodation ; t t:12xfj.OO
10 Otrolter clx passenger planesat.taed fields early this year to establish the first seven of diamonds, forcing Z in the then lead the seven of spades, ? ;
to the Chinese National dovrnment menta and washroom rushed Flying to com Mexican government air mail enlce.I i I lead with the jack of diamonds On forcing Z in the lead. On this trlt.k. Ii : ___ 13.75: :30x5 II. I). 8 ply 20.65 t

and beacon to""e been which eventually Native flyers are being Instructed b} 1 this trick B i i. forced to discard the ten should discard the ten of diamonds. Z 32x6.50 __ 15.60 32x6 H. D. 10 ply 36.25: rrw
by the Stlnaon Aircraft CorPOration pletion at the airport have of clubs all of Y's hearts are good.
modern facility or the American aviator Thru I or should now lead the six of clubs which .
here are being operated over will have a*well been selected from the cream of Chi- Z should! then lead the six of club. Y Y should win with the ace and lead
the new Chinese Una. restaurant and waiting. room case youth who have exerted every I should play the ace and then the queen back the queen of clubs. B U forced to i Ritch's Service Station f !

Shanghai to Hankow T lot a* up-to-date hangar assigned by the possible Influence of wealth and fom- forcing B to win the trick with the win, thi trick and must lead heart up c t.
Ia the first regular dau."n American pilot to m- : Uy prestige to obtain the) coveted opportunity king. B must again lead heart up to to Y. who again win two tricks. t

llch the plan cover. The *erTlc* Stlnson Aircraft the. Ch....es.joratlon National AirtJaUand i and many of whom expect Y'. hand and thu again Y Z win four Played in any of these way, t therefore j STARKE FLORIDAniflimimnmmminimiiiifliiwnm r
vtll for their own UM trick Y Z four trick
be extended a* rapidly aa poeeibleto Service are Je- to purchase plane must win against any ,

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PAGE;: rocit. BRADFORD: COUNT TFLEORAMI. STARKH, FI.ORID1, .. .. ._ .. ... 'mu.Non': lIn:1I:
_. . n.. ___ .. ___ __ __ .. .. .- C- -' .-.- --- ----.. _.- .. .. .- .. -. -- -- man)
shall elect a business I manager The I In his defense, either by the for impromtu speeches I fully dcMcilbod" In ,"?i
own
: Others enjoying/ the dinner with gather with all mm", .
; CONSTITUTION ,AND BY-LAWS manager shall employ and discharge board of directors or by the mem- tho squad were Supt! A, J, Grlffls. that may becnnit .1.| .
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gages and ,
noliiH ,,
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all employees under his direction bers In regular or Called meeting. I V ci.$1 I Mi, S. S, Dowling and Mr. A. A cods' of l'olh"Uu, "I,

BRADFORD COUNTY STRAWBERRYAND ; shall secure Information Sec 17 Kadi member) shall I I Harrison.. Jec-l rights always of Hank to 01> Ilt si,, ,

t HH to crop and market conditionsand have a number or mark which -J .NO'run Banking" : Oorpouiti and net t .i imritvaire "

furnish same to( members on shall bo stamped on secure the imvm. ni"
permanently 1.J.\rJ''Jo; :; l'.IRTY note dated' rtonth I ; ,, ,
: VEGETABLE GROWERS request ; shall Instruct In grading, every package or container ship Tho /public. \ will lake notice that signed. liy I>. 1. ,11u,,,,,
I ;''j packing and shipping products. lie AsHociatlon loss of the SlarkeChristian al the hour of one I p. m on the llth newnl thereof) Ali-"
ped by the Any The younger group 'Ihiit
rertaUi! .,
shall have entire charge of the day of November A D, 1929. Bank i pt i "
occasioned by Improper. packing or held writing bearhiK rim.
Endeavor Society M I
II --- marketing of all goods deliveredby of Starke. trustee, will Hen al Public In the Bum of $1!I,60.. i
i It N'luuo I members of Association, subject I grading shall be charged to the their llallows'en party Saturday : Sale al the South Poor of the courthouse elite on or before I lit,. .
1 Sec. 7. The secretarytreasurershall member whose mark Is found on lit Htarfce, Iliaclfoid' County, date to I the order ,"I f I i
''I m Section 1. This Association shall 1 j to the action of the board of evening at the home of Mrs. It. F : Florida: : to the highest and bout bidder ConHoivlnic Compam" ,
'r, keep a complete record of all said package or container. from. .
directors and 1 the by-laws and rulesof All the member masked' for t-BHh, each and every the date at the ,mirent .
{k bo known as the Bradford< County i ),'lIulI\1 II" Clark. : lollottlnw propuity, note. ana mort- per annum slid s
? meetings of the Association and of ?
the Association. and costumed! for the occasion KIKPH. with rights 1'I.t"lnlogtllI'.lo Af Tatum and ]<, H. \
lt} Growers Sec. 18. The expenses of operating deBc-ilbcd, follow note. has been endoi,',,
and Vegetable which an
i1' ; Strawberry the board of directors Ills books MelilbTHlil/ | Litle Margaret Lowry and Jean are "i
this Association! shall be met .R"I : course by I the mud i 11 "
h Association; incorporated< under shall be audited under the super- Sec. 12. All members other Davis representing: butterflies. .lint certain promissory note InMltlntr with) nil Hiitim n vision of the board of directors as than the charter members shall be by a percentage) on returns for I produce until a tattoo \ bearing date May lit, 192D, later become due MI II t ),,
Games were played
Act' Hold or bought by the Association In the sum of fD,006,67. due and payable by way of Interest.. '
often as they may deem It advisable voted In on application filed with on t the window was Interpreted to on or before four yearn. after tlon, attorneys fcBUlljHCt '.
,jt luxation but must be audited In time the secretary-treasurer A majority or by a price per package, refreshments are ready. date to I the order of Tropical Fruit ; always;: to Ili.rights : '
mean ;
the amount of such charges to be CoimervInK Company, with Intercutfiom of Hank of Sir,,,. I "
Sec. 2. The principal office of for report at each annual meeting shall decide In all cases of admis- Twelve of the intermediates attended date nt the rate of eight percent banking. Corporation ,
ft's' the Association shall be in the city of the Association. lie shall makea sion of new members and' the vote fixed by the board of directors this and were aslssted by l per, annum and signed by Let all note an of collateral! I to ,
and II. II. Tatum. which inent that cetinln
from time to time an they deem M Tutum i'n'"
of Starke full financial statement giving shall be by ballot. Admissions can Mrs. Lowry Miss Annetta Williams note nan been endorsed without recourse ember 2l1th. 1927. told'
PurpowSec. the number of members, amountof be made at regular or called meet- expedient Payments for produce and Miss Dorothy Lamb of by said payee. together with J. Amen (or any rep, .\
shall be made to the shippers on all aunts. now due or that may later Hank of Starko, tin 1,
I 3, The purpose of this Association funds collected and sources ings. The secretary-treasurer shall the Senior Society. become due. an Interest, court costs guarantee title to an .
all tho receipt) by the Association of or attorneyii fees on the above described scribed notes or: morll(' .
tY' shall be to market from whence derived, the amountof issue a certificate of membershipto \
Hale IH .. .
returns for the sale of the produce. note. Also made under \1.: "
kinds of farm products for its expenditures and purposes for all members when admitted; TOU\AIH: HOXOURO; That certain. mortgage that IH recorded ante with n. certain ..1.I
members; to promote foster and which expended and balance said certificate to have printed In making sales all. produce of the -- I In hook 1 1115 1 of r 11 0rt ga gee and made Antes executed 1 and ,d. l,
.
same grade shall\ be pooled and all\ on pane"" 21 thereof, of the. public records I. to llank of M .
+ encourage the intelligent and orderly sheets showing the financial status therein that it Is not transferrable Mrs N. Sternberg, Mrs O. M of I'Hlm Beach (County State which l Peed of Trust ,

,r a ?y ? marketing of agricultural of the Association lie shall axcept to persona engaged; in the receive shippers the of the same price.' grade shall\ Itimun, Mrs. J. M. Alvarez, Mrs J. of duly. Florida made;, executed which mortgage and delivered wan Trust nary fill IH ,open JH28, to and,1'uhll wi!!

'Ij( products by co-operate methods; slIas/ (secretary-treasurer) all ;production of the thinKs handledby same M Biownlee, Mrs. Dan Moore and bv Willie I.,. Perry and 1 W. T. ferry on request at hank:
ta direct the proper grading and checks, and with the president, all the Association and then only Sec. 19. At the time of uniting Mrs A. L. Alvarez were hostesses her hiiHliand, to J>. I. Amen: dated Starke.\It will Florida.be ,
with the Association, and at the April Kith. J92 In the principal sum expressly i"
standardization of products and notes deeds and other Instruments when the members of the board of to the I). H S. Tornado squad at a 1 or I1BOOOO:\ () end which describe. the Hank of Hturke. a KlI'm oe

r' +ty ,Ilt mako as direct sales as possible on behalf of the Association pre- directors unanimously agree to the end after of the each Incorporation succeeding three of the years Association d'nner given last Thursday evening followIng li: In property.iMt Hlock :93 In the Town- (and'iteration.notan dtnlds trustee. In;) t,it)i

from the producer to the consumer viously approved by the business transfer.Sec. at the Magnolia Cafe. The "lte of Lucerne according to the above described and '1)1)

; to advertise advantageously manager; serve all notices required 13. All members must be promissory, each note member, payable shall' on give demand new colors, red and black which No.2.Palm Peach recorded harms. In plat Company hook No.2 Plat, described. security promlHHory, and) that nera th', ),
'' and buy co-operatively by law and these by-laws; receive producers of the products handledor a were recently[ adopted by the squad IIIIKPH. 2'! to 40 In the olllcu of the not effect the rlight ,ifHtarko ,
Of the Asuoclutlon. This note Clerk of the clriult court of Palm a Florida Itankli) ,
orrtI'8!: and disburse all funds other contemplated to bo handled by were carried out In decorating
Florida l I The Town- lien to this collateralnote
shall be for the of twenty-five Reach County ( ,
Ll Sec. 4, The Association shall than those designated by the boardof the Association including lessees sum The cloth on the long table was site of Lucerne, In now known. as and mortgage IH nt,\ al
dollars ( $25.00)) and an additionalOne for. mild
consist pf its officers and members dli'et'tors to be received and disbursed and tenants of \lifnd Sec. 6. The officers shall be a by the business manager. i and landlords who receive as renta while red flowers in black vases the Hnmn that are last due Hiiiilniiten not effected by I this,. HnK
I I of to be planted and crops helnic In the I sum of HANK OF STAIIKI!: I.: ',
crops each ?
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; president vice-president, secre- Sec. 8. Due notice of not less part of the crop raised wn rented therefrom marketed through the were also used very effectively. USD.00 dated: A|>rll 10th, 1020, withIntel '
Y tary-treasurer and a board of directors than ten days shall be given all premises.. If a member other than Place cards and favors were otHallowo'en 'eHt ut eight I per cent per annum (!SFLAh'! ) fly J3 R1 \ I ''II;'\\' .
Association then owned by the from\ (dote, ( and tn l I ftl,: notes, ,being; more 11-I .2t-11-xIS2SuZ52S25uZa I ..
of five members.Sec. members before each regular or a. natural person such member maybe design
4 6, The duties of the various culled meeting by the secretary, represented by anyone duly au- member. When a new note t is Mr, Elmer Ihr'g: the Tornado L'7S 57SS Sa45 ? i52S

,', officers shall be those commonly and the same shall apply to all thorized In writing. given the old one shall be cancel- coach, was the clever toastmasterand
I and returned the maker:
tI exercised by such officers of meetngs! of the board of directors. Sec. 14 Each member of the led tp several members of the team

corporations and such other duties Ten per cent of the membersmay Association: shall have one vote These notes shall be the property and other guests were called upon You
and shall be
ot Association
as may be prescribed by the by- file a petition with the secretary and only one; providing> all claims the .
laws. The president shall presideat giving reasons for a called and dues against said member used by the board of directors as Association shall be In accordancewith

all meetings of the Association meeting and such meetings must have been fully paid. No proxies collateral security with which to the "Co-operative Marketing:

+ and of the board of directors and be called by the president' or the shall be allowed.Sec. borrow needed money for the Assoclaton's '- Act" of 1923 under which this Association need. !
d business. Whenever capital
( perform such other duties as the next in authority in case be can- 1C. Any member may withdraw Is chartered. ..
board of these notes are deposited as security Sec. 24 Constitution and
I directors may prescribe not actSec. from the Association on June
I'1' 1 from time to time. The vicepresident 9. A quorum shall consist 30th annually by giving 30 days for a loan, all of the members Iy-Laws may be amended by two-

shall perform all the duties of a majority of all members In a advance notce: but all claims\ ol shall Individually share the liability thirds. vote at any regular or call- -------") For the development 'nlI i
; I of the president In the absence of meeting of the Association, and whatsoever nature must first be In proportion to the face valueof ed meeting of the entire member-

the president. The board of directors the same shall apply to meetingsof settled. their respective notes. Each sh'p.! I any important''' projei'' .

shall elect from their own the board pf directors. Sec. 16 All members Shall abide member shall pay an annual membership

r p members a president and vice- Sec. 10. All officers shall hold by the by-laws and rules of the fee of One Dollar ( $1.00)at ) capital is just as neossary :

?'; I president. They shall also elect a for one year and vacancies in the Association; but any member feel- a date to determined by the 4

tyS''. business manager; they shall have board of directors shaH be filled ing that he has a grievance or board of directors. The capital ti s 1'7eadliour\ as plans and men. It
shall be
and credit thus obtained
1 power to bond, determine compensation by the remaining members at a cause for complaint may appeal to is the Bank's function to
used directed b1'the members In
'
and discharge him The special meeting called for that purpose tho board of directors or to the as

compensation of members of the ; should the president 'vacate members at any regular or called regular or called sess:ons. \t' x- supply this capital 101
After the season's
board of directors shall be deter hIs office the vice-president shall meeting. No member shall be suspended Sec. 20. expenses

mined by the members at their annual succeed him. or expelled from the Asso- are paid and the proper w worthy undertakings.
? "tllrectors 'ciation sum set aside as a reserve the remainder c ;'
meetings. Sec. 11. The board of without first being: heard

-. --- .. -- -----.-.---- of the funds shall be dl

vlded as follows: r +' CONSULT WITH US
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((1)) One-half shall be set asideas ?y
!t..... :: .ifi$. 1''X oJ1 a surplus fund, until It equalsthe "

1II2 J.n tU'Z.j': ( sum of the notes provided for We will be pleased to advise

,. '. '1'ti"',. ,& : in Section 19 ; when the secretary- oncy
Ih treasurer shall be authorized to Only IS... el i you regarding any
,
1f.t.1 people, ? cf .Mwrad .
I .. }' ,f.L rtl ; % i withdraw all ''such notes from their InuiruK politic' ",.,'of.U?.. financial project. Our experienced
/ o .,F' banks or otherwise In keepingand Mat people lag .... tuk to u I.mn.ur..sea '
\ I substituting a bank balance whoa they. eau. ..... lo look executives will
mtur their I._,. In Ib. RIGHT _,.. a
thereto, cancelling said notes and
be glad to grant you al:
Kmtfw"" 1 .
returning to the makers. jraw IUIRUM pollek. ud M*
t (2)) The remainder shall be divided it ... .ui,...l llnlu. provlila. .......... $; interview today.
I ,% prMrailon, thea bring them to .. ....
members In
among the pro- let
I w help
yam milvt then
qi I I portion to the value of their ship. pnuenl -rai......... W. will to..your....
_ ments and purchases made thru Jon fall], vltboalHAROLD. "llpl1_
'
,, ,, J yin the Association 'during that season BANK OF STARKEAN

provided, that when any memberhas C. WALL
failed during the season to live
HONOR ROLL DANK
up to his agreements, by failing INSURANCE
to ship exclusively through the Association R. 8. MiktthewN, Twa.! II. J. Uuvln, Cashier

or by any other breach STAUKE, FLORIDA

ot his contract, and provided fur- SL'5'2S25'2525252525 .252S'i1!

ther that the said failure on his ... -
has resulted' In a lose or dam-
part - - -
age to the Association then the - -- - - .... -

said defaulting 'ember shall forfeit I

to the Association such share Ia

of his equity in the refund! then a STARKE BARGAIN STORE
,
due as shall reimburse the Association -

for the loss or damage thus a

sustained. In lieu of liquidated I

119 1fi i11.iiW!\ -. r. 'Zt",1I" <:- ::""' ); -" -<< damages; or the Association may

...: : rMr'h:1f'l'.fM: c 3L C.J.tU/IITeA.d e.RO: A.-h..ad.... XII ::. proceed to collect from said defaulting : BIG SALE
member said damages out
-':::=:;;'_-'-_ _. .;;- ,,., ." lt"M!Mf. r'ICiG.Ki"p's'd'DtNIn1Q ;; ,. oIt"---. .... of any other of his funds or prop- I

erty Interest In the Association.

Kqiily: of Withdrawing Momlx-r

!? Sec. 21. The cnualyy for suspension I .. "of I ..m I."I 1g11" .".n._i I"_:'i """"III'I'II._,'!,''i ,I'.,'auijis !" '""'"-.-"'fJ,5' '"'''II' 'tI',,, ''I''"'' pynrotllugvWlns'pMpOn17pLeWaaMt''' '' !' <''''''' 'aXAralel6kAUUU' '' S "

9 ; 144 or e\pl'iifitdn' i of members shallbe .- : : : '- .,'- :: .- ::: I : r.z r. .

M determined by the board of di-

rectors. They shall\ also determinethe

method of procedure In each It

case. In the case of the withdrawal t
of member the
I1CN1U or expulsion a
;" 6E J board of directors shall equitably :: / being continued on the act of the many good

P-'sll 0" 4 appra'se his property Interests In wishes of their customers and friends, which it con

jf 1I-L-; ILL ,. amount the Association thereof In and money shall and fix the for tinues to make not only for the bargains they are

the purpose of paying off the continuing, but by the friendly nays: in which the

__ ,. Lioi I5'O.'uG c 1 ISt2'OOAt t t amount of such,appraisal to such 5 managers, Mr.: and Mrs. Littlefield, welcome each

_ withdrawing or expelled member .
customer.We
.
the board of directors shall collect
bEOt1JOM
I ED 1200..... >>' an additional assessment or chargeon F
c..a invite you to the Bargain Store, bccauss we
ot its members
11'.14' 17ED IUe? the products
-
handled by the Association equal want to meet our old friends, and to continue to

,,, to the regular selling charges and make new friends and better friends, by dealing
such aesosment or as much
justly and right.
thereof as may be necessary shall

bo terests applied of to expelled transferring or retiring the In- Come and see what a surprise awaits you there.


Ii ? t ': member 7o those remaining in the Week beginning Saturday November 2nd we
; t=1 PU Association said additional assess ,

;''I l2&:6" ,$"'' I-,.,,. SEGOND> FLOO PLAA> ments to begin at the date of the guarantee our prices to be right.

..--M-i.b .Je''''v--ii expluslon or withdrawal.
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IS. +-we
_ I --6 ,fc /fe Marketing ContractSec. WE CLOTHE THE WHOLE FAMILY FOR


_ ; KXCJI.ISII: J COTTAGE root covering. This Is especially The living room dining room and havo power to, make marketing LESS MONEY
true with wood shingles, and with contracts with Its members requIrIng -
.
r
kitchen
complete the first floor
(By n. C Hunter & Bro., Arclita, slate, snow! is less' liable! to blow the to sell through the Association -

T r New York.) up under the courses. plan. On the second floor are for any length of time not .. GET'IT AT THE ":,'

1, : One of the greatest charm ot The exterior walls of this houseare three bedrooms and &. bath; note exceeding ten years, all or any

i, the English cottage style lies on stucco on a wire !lath base, and the number ot large closets. A specified part of their products or

: '1 the fact that the eaves of the roof the finish coat of stucco should stairway lends up ta the attic commodities, or through facilities

"; are low, near the ground, and the be trowelled rough to give variety whero good space Is found. or agencies created by the Associa
'
roof pitches are carried up steep and texture to the walls. The roof The house would set well on a tion. Said contract may be a part

y .. forming pointed gables and pro- Is stained shingles; various colored fifty foot lot. of the membership agreement or I

_ :, Tiding good space for rooms on slate or asbestos shingles would! A cellar Is provided under the separate therefrom as may be determined .oIIIIIU.II'W1WIUU"U1""UII'OIIIIIIII'lUllftll""U"I1IIIU"u.', ,, ., ,''GnN: Mj",.,,''ualatlYeAWatlWa''al Iaaala.aaWaaatuau/gWattaWYtlnnYlu' ''' mn'
e the second floor. look exceedingly well on this entire house and the laundry by the'Association. The
t
4 This manner of root treatment house, however, the cost would be heating plan etc., are located board of directors may also promulgate
has met with much popularity In somewhat more. there. I such regulations as they

small house design. It gives a low The floor plans are economicallyand Completo working plans and i see fit relating to fines and penalties BARGAIN STORE

_ t' ;ll'' spreading effect so necessary In well arranged. One enters the specifications ot this house may i Imposed on members forbreach

t"" small two story houses. Then house through a vestibule and sun be obtained for a nominal sum of marketing contract.

again, a rot having a steep pitch porch. There la a' bedroom on'the from the building; editor. Refer to Conformity .With CharterSec. .. ,. -
y r quickly sheds rain snow and Ice first floor which could; be used aa house A-97. '23. All Dullness of this -
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t I-KIDAV, XOVKMUKU: : 1, 1P2O BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH ST.lRKE. FIXMIFDA r\iK I : F1VK: ry

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nntanCaC7 Miss' Shirley and Mr. AVllllamStruih J. M Brownlee Mrs A. M Darby studied during tho week IH That tat I the fair lam woi-k, but be< mine Mr and JIrn E Grimes of Lalu "

Jr. of Jacksonville were the newly elected president ot tho I May Know H'm!' Monday afti-r I of the fact that It was mid-term f City were visiting Mr. and Mra.

visiting their grandparents. Mr. (chapter will assume the duties of noon at three-thirty Mr\ ''. A Wood ,examinations and every one unusually Walter Underhill Sunday. "

m Bits of and Mrs W. II. Struth here this her olllce; and Mrs L. A. Davis will load the meeting the subject\ busy we thought It .Jest! '
IIlr.'a.Iter Underbill business
was a -
week. who represented the chapter at being "Through a Revelation of not to try to take up any time
visitor Mum-
to Jacksonville
the recent convention, will give a God's Goodness" Tuesday afternoon with It. We congratulate Lawteyon

: Mr. MrsV report of the convention All at 3:30: o'clock Mrs. L. C. 1 I'eiim' the prize winner day.Miss
and -.1\1. Mr.
: Hodges, \ Veda Harnage of Wat'r- ,
local Nevs;? !and Mrs. M. McKinney and little chapter members cordially Invitedto Prescott will be the leader; subject Last Saturday afternoon the oak was visiting her sister. Mm.H. > ?
God's CreatlvoPower. I!!
daughter, Margaret and Mrs L. attend. "DUcoverlng" lirooker town girls basketball team M. McKae Sunday afternoon t
Thursday afternoon- at against the There-ana. team
demons spent Tuesday In Gainesville played '
Mrs\ M. J. McKae\ and childrenwere
Concerning Our People, Butineat and Among those attending the Flor- 3:30: o'clock, Mrs. James T. Guy on the Brooker court. Thereasa visiting Mrs H. M. Mcltaa
will lead the service using for has strong, quick! team but the .
Progrens of the County and Town. ida-Georgia game In Jacksonvillelast Sunday. <4'i:'
: God Through
her "Finding
subject ; home team was little too fast
Misses Myrtle and Emma: Strick: Saturday wereMr.: and Mrs.C. a !Mrs. Dun kley of Jacksonville
land returned to t their home Sun Misses Mona and Human Fellowship and steady for them. At the end
A. Knight, was visiting her sister, Mrs. Evelyn \
Ii, ==5252525z5Z52525252525Z5'r.SZ:I :I ;; ;:I :I :I OIlIl==, ==""", ,,,,,,,,,,, day after a weeks visit In Ocala, Blanche Alderman, Mr. sad Mrs At pitch service an offering will of tho first quarter Brooker had Crosby Sunday. I ,4\j\.(\,.
1/5 == '- ""' "" ====r525hit' :: : be taken for the Maria L. Gibson I
/ /guests of their sister, Mrs. L. A. II. V. Knight! Mr. J. }F. Carpenter, not single point. The Thereminscore Mr. J. M Truby wits transacting '
allllizeli. :J. K. Kick- and Mrs\ Fund, which Is to for missionaries
," v rup cans G M.\ Inman were care stood at two. The I
game
Weekly. !
Miss Virginia Weeks, Miss\ Flor ,liiiHlneHs in this section Monday. II' ,. ,l'I
visiting in Dunnellon Thuiri- and deaconesses when sickor wound along slowly until the last -J'!
/
lit' last T K.
enco Matthews, J. J. Truby, G. Mr. and Mrs.\ J. W. McRae\ spent 'k
Boyd day. Mi1, and Mrs. J. M. Mitchell\ had Lewis Merrill McMillan. Mrs J. retired. quarter. Theresaa had begun to the week-end here with homefolks "J l ,,'I'illt

I !Mi\ J. was a visitor to -- us a guest over the week end, F:. Corpenlng, Mr. and Mrs. N. G. "Ul'THU.IS .IN TOILS or weaken and Oniney's luck had and returned to their! home at ; ; :4 W

la.'ksonvllle. Saturday afternoon. Miss\ Pearl Reddish( of Jacksonville their nephew, Mr. Frank Mitchell Adams Dr. W. C. Young, Jr., Buster 1.\\\. l-'OH UOItllKltVGainesville : come come buck at the Brooker Lake Butler Sunday afternoon accompanied ', '-', \t.
a student at the University- ot John Redgrave, Mr. goal. The rest of the Brooker !,
spent Sunday with her Klckllter, by Mr. and Mrs T. N. ''j "J''f
Mi, C. K. MUell. left Tuesday tor ents, Mr. and Mrs I. J. Reddish par- Florida. .end Mrs E. M. Johns Mr. and Mrs. ,-Oct-29. Woodrow team d'd their ]part In getting a Norman. I. ,. ,1t
rime. In Woodbine, Ga. ball to Gainey. At t the close of a ,
hl. -- human and '
Wall George
li. C. number of 1:
1.ltchC'leld. claiming his age as 17 Quite a young people ,.
Mrs Mien Mona\ Alderman, an Instructor Robinson. close game the score stood 11-9 In '
Di' \ O. L. 1 Kldrldge attended the grinding at W.
Haynes and cane
\
,. MiJ. B. Prevail was a visitor years!!, his home an Brooker }Fla., favor of Brooker.HriMtkvr .
at the Florida State Col- .
I. family were visitors Sunday to has again landed In the toils of the T. Crohby's; Tuesday night.;
I h,,, from Hampton Wednesday. logo for Women In Tallahassee, "Stlioiil Honor, Roll I If'If'I
Trenton I
and Cross City. law Lltchfleld, recently paroled IJ. Y. P. U. every Sunday night ,(
--- __HM__, __ spent the week-end" in Starke with Widening Road First: grade: Josephine McNeal\! everybody welcome. ., ;' ''
J. F. on account of bin age and promises
I. K ,ii-iilshed apartments. her parents, Mr. and Mrs G. W. Vernon Crosby, Perry Galney; ,
t Dr. and :Mrs O. L. Haynes were of good behavior when apprehended I Prayer meeting Wednesday : m
: KI] kilter. visitors; to Jacksonville Wednesday Alderman. 48 ShouldersWork for breaking and entering! and .Kury Molt Knry; Stokes, Marisa n lotf. eve'I''I'"

CI'uHby.nllie Warren.- '
afternoon secured a good position on dairy I .r I
of
David Moore Lawtey was --
Mis" Miss Hazel Underhill the
was Second gradellollls Lltchfield.Blanton .
:
,. -iiurke Tuesday. of widening the shoulders farm by welfare workers, passed Planning To Erect ,r, /
Iii i Mrs W. If. Hart week-end guest of Misses\ Grace Thomas, Myrtlce Crosby,
, and Mlfea\ Dora
line tho home of Prof. A. P. ]Black
of road 48 to the Clay county
and Helen of
Manning Grime High Springs. OorU Hough Joel la Barry.
Is .back from were In Jacksonville Sun- Engineer saw It was vacant cut a screen
Mm C G. Bryant day. Miss Underhill was honor guest at has been started County Third grade: MallU Crosby Football Stadium

a vial'] ) In Buffalo, N. Y. a party given Friday night by Mr.L I Edwards using a large force of and stole! several articles, Including Tulmadge Kelley Henry Stokes,
Widening watch.. lie took t the watchto
r 11)1and machinery. /
I Mi1. Carter manager of the Capitol 1 Leland ''Waters James Allgood. }
and '
',j Mi I, Bill Page of Ocala, was visiting Mrs Lonnla Futch of Theatre. was started at the eastern city a local jewelry store, who noted Gainesville. Oct. 18.-Plans for
II in Starke Sunday. Hampton, were business visitors sand had reached nearly a the name of A. 1'. Black In the Fourth grade: Horace Atkins, the Immediate construction of n ._
Truby (Hodge. J.V.. Kelly, Estelle
here Wednesday(\ afternoon. I watch and reported It to 1 the football stadium at the Universityof
Mrs. H. I. Brownlee, Jr., of At- mile up to Thursday. Regulation po- Crosby
!\Mi and Mrs. II. A. Newsom lanta shoulders required by the state are llco department Chief Vestel, }Florida within the near futons I'
Ga., In visiting her ,
parents Fifth \ {
grade: Mary Sue !Mott, hazel
Senator -
K. M.\ Johns
Monday In Jacksonville. was In being constructed! and the added working on the case, located Litch- were announced{ by officials at the) I. '
il-nl Mr. and Mrs
M. Leviton here- this
Lake. Morgan\ Johnnie Cone, Woodrow '
City Wednesday on legal field and him under a..esl.lIe If.
--- -- width gives the road a better ap- placed university last night following a

_ Mi and Mrs. Frank Hoover were mutters In circuit court. far week.as Jacksonville She was accompanied by Mr.\ Brown as pearanco as well us making It safer was ordered held under $500 Annie PreHCott Lee Crosby., Herbert Lee Crosby, conference: with the state board of !. : J(:

vlr.ting in Jacksonville Sunday. lee who Is making a business tripto for driving. bond by Judge Robert W. Davis, control\ held for the purpose of I' n
Seventh grade Komille
Murrah : Ward
and John James Rooks This widening: was required of Jr., for the grand jury. drawing up plans. It t14 under
Vero Beach.Col. .
Hhelmu Stokes. T. P. Ward.Klghth .
of Ala hna ,
Mi and Mrs. C. C. Frank spent < were visiting: friends the county by the state road department stood that the board of control will i
here Saturday night. imooKicit: SCHOOL.:\\-s : grade: Vera Galney, i :
J the week-end In Jacksonville.Miss W. T. Weeks and daughters -: before tho state would Jeannette Kelley Inez Lewis. assume no financial responsibilitywhatsoever '

Mrs. J. M. Brownlee and take over the highway and relieve : -- In the construction of
MaIlell Fore spent the !Mrs Emma: J. Bryan hUll returned W. L. Wall, attended the I\Irs'j tho county of any expense for up-' Friday afternoon the Brooker Ninth grade: Mildred Morgan, the stadium which will be erected \
!Ivan llazen Hverette I: () .
,. Ocala. from South Carolina where Junior High School, gave a temper lalitey.Rising hollow southwest r rof
w >k-end in Confederate Convention at Olustee! I keep. The depurtment proposes to : ; 'In a natnrnl just .J' ,
J she I --.
-- spent the past two weeks. last week. take over the road first of the ance program. Rev. Guy from the swimming pool. Its ultimate '

her und Mrs. F. A. Canova of I coming) year, provided it passes Starke, gave a splendid talk. The ...........c is ......... sealing: rapacity will be 75,000,

j Ocula, spent Sunday In Starke. Mr. T. II. Grimes of Worthlngton Mrs. Jessie B. gook and son inspection. St. Johns county has subject of this talk was "Losing with 29,000( available by next Reason. 'y4
Springs was here on business Control." There were other : : .
Arthur, were guests of Mr.\ and completed the work through that .h
I "cabbage and Onion plants. J. F. Wednesday. Mrs. J. H. Lord on their way fromToledo county, Clay lias begun work on numbers "given l by the students ot Mini, Iris. Mtlliio\ Cor. +--- f

Kirkllter.Mr that of 48 through that county limo school! Including the readingof .1 Jacksonville: Pearl street! 4,,1} {
I Miss\ Perla Whitten was a visitorto Ohio to Lake Worth, part several "What Constitutes ....................... h Hogan's Creek to be (i
where they will spend the winter. and Bradford expects to( complete essays,upon bridge over M
I and Mrs. J. II. Hitch, Jr., Starke from Raiford Wednes the work now under way a Good Citizen." Th's! community was I'ucillenell'IIIHt remodeled V ;

1 anti Miss Harriet Rltch spent Sun- day. Mr. W. M. Hodges left- Wednesday within four weeks.11'1'LtTHF.It On Hallowe'en night, ghosts Thursday when news reached Fort Myers\ Tasty Shop reop'1+ 1

dnin) Tampa.Mr for Gainesville to undergo an spirits, witches und numerous nth here of the death of !Mr. I. J. Davie ened for business. .

J. W. Alvarez: of Jacksonville, operation for his eyes. lie will: : : KICPOKT: er apparitions! will Invade the quiet t ), who passed away at his home EuatlM: KuslU: Packing Com-4j. i

and Mrs. N. Sternberg and spent first of the week In Starke have to remain in the hospital for of our school house.for a grand near Sanderson Thursday morningat puny joined Florida Citrus: Growers I 4f '

1 i children spent Sunday afternoon In with his brother J. !M. Alvarez. two or three weeks. We wish hima Two weeks ending October 30 and glorious' Hallowe'en party seven o'clock, after 'short illness Clearing House Association.( 1Y,

.I.K'ksonvllle., speedy 1929. There will be prizes offered for and was laid<1 to rest Friday Starke -- Bulk plant on Madison \\1

] Mr.\ Harry Lee Baker, state forester recovery. 1929 1\1Ix. Min Precip several different things: and our afternoon Cedar Creek cemetery street purchased by Dutch '1''t

'J Miss May Patchett and Mrs. O. of Tallahassee, was attending Mr\ -and Mrs\ C. L. Atkinson-- and Oct. 16 81. 54 mentions are for every one to under the Masonic\ riles Mr. 1 Davis > Shell Oil Company. 1,

.1 l Griffin motored to Green Cove to business here and at Penny daughter; Joyce, and Wilson HUBS O<,t. 17 85 52'- have a good time. Don't mitts It! was 69 years old. State Highway Department to !i

j Springs Sunday afternoon. Farms Tuesday! and Wednesday.Mrs. of Brooker were guests of Mrs. O't. 18 89 56 On Sunday evening, Nov. 1st at Those attending tho funeral of open bids for construction! of state ,kI

j Atkinson's mother Sunday, Mrs. Oct. 19 86 6Z ,01Oct. eight o'clock, Dr. and !Mrs. Sontti I. J. Davis from here, were: Mr. Highway Nu. 28 from Keystone :JUtllA'ht"

J Seed rye, rape and oats. J. F. E. M.\ Johns, !Mrs T. J. W. M. Hodges.[ 20 80 65 ers of Starke are putting on the and Mrs H. M. McRae Mr. and to Florahome. -;" ,

l Klckllter. C.rlllln, Mrs. C. A. Knight and Oct 21 86 64 .23 play "Red Wing," also to be givenat Mrs. T. N. Norman and Mrs. J. J. Fort Myers Work started on ";

j --- Mrs, J. E. Corpening spent Tues- Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Balsden had Oct. 22 74 52 the school auditorium. Admission Anderson hydraulic fill at foot of Fowler ti

J Miss Madge Mlddleton spent the day Jacksonville. as their week-end guests Mrs J. o<,t. 23 76 46 fifteen and thirty cents. !Miss Hazel Underhill spent the street, which will form a solid approach :

week-end at the State Farm withJ -- S. Balsden! and son Ralph, Mr. ()('t. 24 78 48 The Brooker school regretted week-end in Luke City with her to 1600,000 Calooshatchea I
j ,
Mi and
Mrs. H. L. McDowelland
and Mrs. C. D. 'Vhltaker.J Willie Lee Miss' Laura Merritt and Oct. 25 74 43 -' being unable to put ou an exhibit friend Miss Grimes river bridge. r
J family of Jacksonville j{
were ,
Oct. 26 74" 42 -- .T.t
MlstfOIga Hansen all of Pensacola
guest Sunday-of Mr. and Mrs. ..,. ... ...... .. .. I .
of Lawtey : J Miss Donnle Rivers Oct. 27 80t 47 r- .c'f'.IIt" "tNf..l: "fNi- a {
John Uglow.Mr. and Mrs W. S. Blakely and son, -MT' :;_ .'1tt<.i\<. .c.J. = _, ./#.-." _.'!I' I.
j was the week-end guest of Misses .. Billy, of Jacksonville. Oct 28 82 53 ,
Rosa and Elva Hodges. Oct 29 78 59 .01
j -- -r-
and Mrs. B. J, Farmer have
1 Senator E. M.\ Johns defended Oct 30 55 :

1 Mrs.V.. M. Hodges and daugh- returned to St. Petersburg aftervisiting Jeff (Hodge In county judge's: courtIn Total rainfall ____ 25 in. Nov. 1 2
friends here and In Jacksonville M-C'
and Specials
: ti'i Classic, spent Thursday for several weeks Lake Butler Tuesday on a ... .
] Sunday In Gainesville. I charge of assault on the person of \V. :\. H. AV1LL OIWKUViVIIK : -:

1 Hassle Hurst[ the \ : : (Ho' 1'11.\"I.n:
jury returning a
Mr. William Duncan, who Is attending -
Elva -
Mr It. L. Thomas, Misses -
verdict of not guilty. The
prosecution -
ot Florida
: and Rosa Hodges and Mrs. L. the University The Woman's Missionary Society Jumbo
spent the week-end here with Mr. was represented by Col. Joe Pure CaneSUGAR White SaltBACON
; Clemons spent Sunday in Lawtey. A. E. Wall. Hill Williams! of Lake Butler, and ot the Methodist church will observe -
and Mrs.
J lion Fred Cone of Lake City. next week as the week of : "
J Mr and Mrs. Albert Hartman prayer. All meetings will be heldat Peanut Butter :
. Mr. Fred Guy of the University
of Rockford 111., are spending the Dr. S. H. C. Bergln pres'dlng the church. The subject to be i
. of Florida spent the week-end here
winter in Starke. with his parents. Rev. and Mrs. J. elder of the Jacksonville district,

T. will preach here next Sunday '... IOpounds.60cPoundJar 28c Pound----15'/c]
Guy. -
..
Misses Myrtle and Emma Strick morning at eleven o'clock. He will ,

land spent! Wednesday in Lawteythe also hold ,
a quarterly conference
Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Dell and children
guests of Mrs. F. H. Carradlne.Mr. Saturday evening at 7:30: at the FLORIDA '
I
S. T. Jr., and Ollie, spent Fancy Firm "
church. All church members requested -
with Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
and Mrs. L. E.! Deudon of Sunday to be present at'these ser
Brownlee. THEATRE POTATOES 10 Pounds 39c J.t
IRISH
Elgin, 111., are guests of Mr. and vices, and the general public will -
Mrs John Uglow.M. Homo of Vililu| >no _
also be
cordially welcomed. WhileIn
Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Grimes I ,

.-. A. P. Schnell of Lawtey wasa of .High and Springs Mrs. Walter, were guests Underhill ofMr. guest Starke.of Mr.Dr.and Bergin Mrs. !will-. A. be Davis.the Program OctolerIll PALMOLIVE SOAP PRODUCE LOG-CAJUN SYRUP ;
Reek of
visitor: to the Telegraph office .
Sunday.Mr. --- _
Wednesday. --- The W. T. Weeks Chapter, U. u 3Bars20cMEAL JVIIITONIONS Medium size 25c

I _- Carr Colley, who has spent D. C., will meet next Wednesday -

Mr, and Mrs George Tappmeyer two weeks vacation here with his afternoon November the 6th at Monday, Tuesday and Pound 6/ac 'I.
- '
I ot Charleston W. Va., are visiting -. .
mother, 1111's.V.. A. Colley left today three-thirty, at the home of Mrs .
Mi, and Mrs. W. A. Bonham. 4.- 'Wednesday I'
GRITS
for Brooklyn N. Y. ,
I \ i Friday TURNIP GREENS )
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: CENT A WORD% I Mi Tampa. O. L.Saturday home Beasley by and Mrs.made was Beasley a tripto accompanied GAIETYTHEATRE On \With the ShowAn Pounds 23c Bunch l lOc Pounds---23c- '


who spent last week there. ICE1IERG LETTUCE
II :rf
COLUMN All Star Cast RICE APPLES

WANTED Paper shell and Mrs. Edward L. Browne, who Each12c; r
has spent several months In Massachusetts FLA.MON.TUES. I 25c '
'eedlliig pecans. II. B. Wiggins, returned to Starke Sat- STARKE .111 Talking, Hinging 1Jwll. pounds ;

Starke, Fla 10252t. 25c Green
-
H 4 Pounds Cabbage
urday. - -- f'I '
I
..
WANT TO BUY Some good Curtis Friend of Mr. and Mrs J. E. ., .1 & 5 -- ,-_ ... .- Pound--- Aunt JemimaPan I: ,ij
pecans and other choice varie ,
and
Thursday
Friday
Wilson will be glad to learn that
ties. N: D. Wainwright. 11d-tf. I uTilE W'JIII"With '
they Intend to spend the. winter In :
Sweet Potatoes Loose Carrots
Cake! Flour
Foil SALE Two roller sugar Starke. I uTilE ISLE OF LOST {

mill and boiler J. B. Prevail Dorothy Mackaill and I Pound
Charles Larsen ot Lake- 71C!
Mrs.
Hampton 11.1.t"FOIL land spent last week-end\ in Starke RALPH FORBES SHIPS" I Spounds15cVatf 2 Packages25e

SALE Solid cherry dining with her brother-in-law and sister 15th Episode of Tazran the With 1111 Nit NA S

table, well preserved. See it at Col. tend Mrs D. Knight. I ,
MightyTIIURS.FRI. Virginia Valli
Mrs. Snyder's, 2nd house on east Mrs. W. L. Edward and Mr. and -Camp's Catsup Pound8c French's Mustard :
side of Palatka road, Rt. 1. - :1.
IMHT T.LKIXSaturday !
William Struth of Jackson
Starke, Fla. It'Olt Mrs. Small2for--25c APPLES
ville arrived Thursday for a visit 2 Jars 25c
7 & 8 - 1
Struth.Mr. .
with Mr. and Mrs W. H.
> Wake- I
SALE Charleston Dozen39c
"TilE I'ATRiOT"With --
Held $1.00 per .
cabbage plants, C. Brown returned -
1C.
and Mrs.
] Carnation Pet Milk ;
1.000, Rutabaga plants, $1,00per the first of this week from Van-Camp's ORANGES ,

1,000; collard plants $1.00er wedding trip which they EMIL JANNINGSand uTilE FORWARD !
their
1,000. A. P. Schnell, Law.. beach near Tampa. Large----- 9/c lOc .;
the Large
ut<4> Fla. It* spent at PASS'With I Dozen -----25c - ;


FOR SALE-2 year old grafted Mi1 and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot LEWIS STONE _

rose field! grown. Peach, pecan and daughters Sara and Juanita, Comedy Only Her Hus I i Malden Blus" ', ,

and Satsuma orange trees, also and !Miss Inez Abernathy, spent bandSATURDAY Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. : _
We carrya Sunday In Sanderson.Mr. APPLE BUTTER Quart Jar 22c
ornamental 'shrubs. --" ... -- ---- -- I J'
-- -- -
full Fertillx-
line of Bradley's
J. M. Alvarez moved ____ 11.
er. Brownlee Bros. 11-1-tf. and Mrs. 9 I si.Y.l .. a ,w 1--; -0 ".qw' n ,e, J4 l" l .iiNYN.
In from their Kingsley Lake I
Magnolia Lodge, the first "REDSKINS"with Talking or Singing Com-
WANTED Farm or farm land cottage

near Lawtey or between Lawtey of this week. edies Daily I

and Starke. Will allow present Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Adams and RICHARD DIX ; 'J
owner to use for crops already :
Planted. Must be priced right.: Master McKay Johnson spent the- and -'ANESVILI.i.;
week-end In Jacksonville and while FLA. -I
Terms address
desired please Georgia-Florida I GLADYS DELMONT
the smrn1t
attended
H. M. Thomas general delivery, there ) r

Jaekaonrllle, Fla. Itj.n football 1 game. !






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o. _. new one built. paint can be c -; ...; '".'." : : r.J. II. L Brownk-c-. Mrs. E. M.Thoman. Icatloii of (tlio ( -
brought Into play to brighten ::::::: :: : :: /:" : .:. MrsF.' F. Flume, II. M. they expected run

things up n bit. ; 1I' ',:- ".,''',:t,' '<;04a Edwards. Mrs. Louie Kahr, Mrs. bursement for and lo ..,d| '
Farmers & ::! { *
When home life baa been made .
Farming m Lucy Powell, Mrs. S. F. llamrlck, Judge Green stated 1 1, 'd'
more attractive IInrl less burden-
4: \ ,/ Mrs. Ruby Hayes, Mrs. V. 11. Hoover received him "
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I omp, I then will the women have \ ,
Wheele.1, Mrs. Fay Gill, Mrs. Joe ly and ]I.
I ______ expressed hi i i'
(fly Agricultural Editor) moro lelHurn to enjoy existence. I
KJwardu: Thomas \
Mrs. Murrhee, '
In
I Thy word is a Tamp unto feet and a light unto path.-Psalm 119105. the Florida slluain/,"n,
my ,
I and also will boys and girls be j my : .
.. \.Mr F. O. Petorslu, Mrs. E. E. Ca- to call on the ''I'
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j[ moro Inclined to stay on the farm nova, Mrs.\ F. Register, Mrs.\ J. N. lure '
Farmers Truckers I A ltn 1'Dnr rnfi'nrltli.: All religious! teaching, doctrine or and other red"1" i
and Are Invited to Contribute Ar- I ----- --- -- :
__ creed, if they are to have any claimupon Strickland, Mrs. DeWitt Jones, the'r: co-operation "m., 'I'
ticles of Farm Experiences and Methods\ Found the love, loyalty and devotion of the people must be in harmony with Mrn. Feeler, Miss\ Maude Mitchell, tlon of the matter
tho teachings of Jesus the Christ whose words fit Into every fold and creviceof MI'>!. Card. After
To Be Best Suited to Our those .
I Country "nmf, ,
the
How to human heart, and of whom it was said in John 7:46,"NEVEIt MAN Circle No. 3.-Mrs. G. W. Alderman Green said "
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_.. SPAKE LIKE TIllS MAN. III''I,
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-- -- -- --- ---- leader Mrs.\ J. '
--- __ "I RaisePoultry W. Epper- over the attitude of I 1 Ii,, '
WIU'I-' FARM- IMMKiKAM( : W .i What wan! Oamnll4>I'1I advice to mporscrlptlon! ? and they Bay unto lion, Mrs. P. M. Barefoot Mrs. J. trials land panic (III i i,,,, r.

Specialists GiveSuggestions the council? Answer, read--Acts him, Caesar's." Tills engraving on H. Loid, Mrs. S. L. Peek, Mrs. It.Ncwsom President hoover 'm' n I ''I'

CalncMvllle The farm 5:38: 31.John the Roman coin was similar to that Mrs. Bumgarnor Mrs. ranean fruit fly s'tumi' '.
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For program By Dr. L. D. LeGear, V. S. 17:23: 24, 22, 26. I In Hundley, Mrs.\ Pitts, !Mrs. HemIngway Ida. That we will h ,

announced by WRUF, the i St. LouU Mo.T them and thou In me, that tli"y on 1llver coin of American Mrs. A. F. (Irifhis. Mrs.\ R. operation and nuppori\ \ ',':

NovemberVork voice of Florida, for week beginning j Veterinary>r.L Omr'Ii Cofleue s uraduiitv, 1892.of ill)Thlrry*Ontario. U may be made perfect In one; and money.Jesus answered them, "Renderto n. Bell, Mrs.\ P. S. MIcMlllan\ Mrs.\ flclals in obtaining a\ ,,

November 2 follows: You can ,......veterjnarr. pmcllc on di.Mi.e. that tho world may know that thou Marl Wllkerson, Mrs. Frank Hon. for (contlnuliii, ,'I-
get tho program from 1 to 1:30: of authority live Mock poultry.mJ snJ poullrf Eminent' hast sent me, and hast loved them, Caesar the things' that are Cassar'ui Hemingway, Mrs. A. F. Murrhee, against the fly !and t u.i 'It

: The following things that farm each day, and Ht a frequency of Nwilofully. known poultry I kb:::'.:. as thou liast loved me. 24. Father, and"to God the things that Mm.' George: "'lynnIrs.! John ment of Florida( fnin ", .

peoplo should do In November 830 kilocycles-about the middleof Noted author an J lecturer.wnv I wil: that they also whom thou aro Cod's. All subjects of Home flowers Mrs. W. A. Bessent, Mrs.' tablo growers 1 hu\ < i ;,"
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4. Were prepared! and sent out by your radio dial. -- .- hast given me be with me where I Justly owed all reasonable taxes. C. N. Cooper Mrs. Thomas, Mersereau \ Therefore, with ihl- ., ''
,, workers of the Florida Agricul- Nov. ---\l'l1d": XX'Ilt It furnished the people a staple Mrs. F. B. Johns, Mrs.\ their '
2--Weekly news about Experiment am ; that they may behold my part I shall m.. ,,
tural Kxtenslln; Division: and Experiment ; Station and Extension Imsfa: : ('OOi i> TO !';.\'f glory which thou hast gIven' me; flniiuclal system, good roads, protection and- Lewis, Miss Etta TIson.ritHHIiVTKKIAV. continuo my efforts r,,, ''
from foreign enemies 'I.
< Stat lou. Division U. M. Fulghum, assistant for thou lovest me before the oral funds for the ">> ,, i
Livestock.Train calves to eat editor. Hkhll4'HH lit I-'CKM! "nlu e :lake. foundation of tho world. 23. 0 from criminals at home. There Is : of the Mediterranean: u i "I

( legume hays by the time they are Nov. 4--A tour of the Citrus Experiment KKK: H Koliilltcly I"Vii.Hlvf| righteous Father, the world hath seldom any real conflict between, Florida and for relnibin ,"

tlireo months old. See that )pigs Station J. Francis: 1'1..-.. <>r the :Meal lOvcn: lit higher not known thee; but I have known obedience to God's laws of our lOa. m. Sunday school' J. M.Truliy Florida. fruit and .VBR.. i iera. ''I.

havo comfortable places to sleep. I Cooper, editor Florida Experiment I'ri'e14.Whenever... t Ilieo. and these have known that country. No one can be a real supt. Lesson topic, "Ue- I'

,i Kreed sows for spring' litters late Station. thou hast sent thee. and these Christian and willfully violate the spect for Rightful Authority.:! "The people of Flo, ,, ,
I have occasion to dla- laws of thin country. ,,,
this iuont Ii. Nov. 5Crops and Livestock have Juiown that thou hast sent 11 a. mi. Morning worship, ser- situation have again II|. ?
cliMe the food value of eggs I am The duty to obey all laws is expressed "d
Use a good" bOil r. Talk from U. S. Department of Ag- me. 26. And I have declared unto mon by the pastor theme "Re- their courage, pnliemverunce >'
reminded of a story told me some by Paul In Horn. 13:17.In : .
Poultry.--Feed- and manage rleult Ul'e them thy name, and will declareIt minded." The Holy Communion and I commend,,
years ago by a New York social! verse 1, Paul said, "Let every 'If
flock to secure good egg production Nov. 0-What Poulty at the College ; that the love wherewith thou of tlio Sacrament of the Lord's this fortitude on theli > ,
service ::1. i ,
worker. A group of children soul be. subject unto the higher 'II,
, during winter. Study record of Agriculture are 'ed-Dr. hast loved me may be in them, Supper will be celebrated at thisservice. hope and believe I hal'> ,
from (the coimested Bowery powers. For there is no power but ,"
and check up on method of N. W. Sanborn professor of poultry and I In them. patience and ..
co-operni ,, .
I. IVatrlct: were making their first 'of God : the powers that be are
management. Get ready for fall husbandry.Nov. lit boundless 6:30 Christian Endeavor. 1st until the
visit to the country. One typical Prayer: mercy ordained of God." : p. m. fly Is den" ,'I,

u i poultry shows.ieneIal.Ieep. t Primer for Town Farmers little gamin was asked how he gracious Lord appear Th's refers to all laws adoptedby Topic, "Making My Body a Fit terminated from our xim,, i ,In,

I date.( all records up tu :, from U. S. Department of Ag- liked the nice fresh country eggs. Darkness dspel: the humble the people In their national and Temple for God." Leader, Miss til reimbursement). I h, i, ,-0
; riculture. cheer Carrie brought "
mourner : Uglow. about.
"Aw. dey ain't no good," was the ; state constitutions, or enacted by
) '. Field and Pasture.Hank seed Nov. 8.-Florida Truck Crop reply.! Vain thought remove, melt down congress or the slate leglnlatures. 7:30: p. m. Evening worship. Judge Green fiirthei"' i ,"Iat,

stalks of Napier grass. Bank cane Competition I A. Urooker, assistant the flinty heart : song and sermon. while Chairman Wood, m" i ,,
"Why what's with
Those who
wrong willfully violate any ?"
for seed In northern Florida, If it agricultural economist Experiment Draw soul to choose the better .
them?" he nuked. every Prayer meeting Wednesday evening appropriations commit' i ,.
'I'l unlnfested with borers In was law are, to that extent enemies of x
; Station. "Well," explained the part their at 7:30.: pressed some dlssens''" ,'hI'(,,
southern Florida (and northern youngster country and are trying to destroy '
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l Klor.'da: If cane Is infested with "de)'* alnt got no smell and they 1 It. Paul speaks of the Law 1 A cordial invitation to all our .pproprlatlng ppograrr-1 I'1 ,If.
Federal Farm aln't got no taste! "the Power" and -" services extended to all. lleved thin opposition ,ill, lie,
borers) plant directly to field; before ),\Y SCHOOL as says 'Vholloi i i ill. overcome.Judge .
However, desirable those two r' ever therefore reslsteth the
LESSON power
planting soak
it In a Bordeaux .\I'TIMT
Y ;
( and tobacco mixture. Carpet :Board' To Aid elements may be In most\ foods I I res'steth the ordinance of God" Green has bin1 ""ry
busy week since'
,
most of us will be No life ,
perfectly willing
grass and lespedeza 10 one can serve God or Christ acceptably ,0
each to (he acre, planted now pounds on 'Cotton Farmer to llwpeiiHo with them in eggs. For November :3, 1!l2U and wlllfuly violate the Sunday exercises school at 10 a. m. Rally Washington. On Tues,!! )p.
Day
good moist ground will There are. however, numerous other Subject: Respect for HIghtfu! law of the land The apostle\ continued everyone come. peared before the radii"> rams
make
soon Worship at 11 a. m. and 7:30p. : slon In behalf
good pasture On rich land qualities of Buick value that we Authority '(World's Temperance, "For rulers are not a terror of better r. ni

((10 pounds to the acre In rows rape 2 The federal farm board In a cannot afford to be without them. Sunday.) to good works but to the evilS Mid-week m. to WRUF and oMier, Fii', i ,ta.lions. .

feet apart), drilled in. will makea dispatch (No. 51, released Oct. 21) Practically all the elements which Golden Text: "Let every soul be Do that which Is good, and 7:30 service Wednesday at On Wednesday( h 'u cd

good feed for any kind! of lIve- to the Florida Agricultural Extension contribute to building up of and unto the higher powers." Rom. thou shalt havo praise of. the p. m. several vetereu cases i h. > 'he

stock. Service stated that nearly maintaining a healthy condition of 13:1.: same." United States Veterans M.u i au,
:MIMSTKKH; :MKKT1XO: :
Grovo and Orchard.---Ctlrus: $100,000,000 were available to the human body are present In Lesson Text: Mark 12:13-17: ; In speaking of the officers of the On Thurtdiy! he spout u 1)1) .atoi.

Finish clean-up spray. Keep rust mako loans to cotton farmers. eggs. Statistics show that the 'Rom. 13:1-7; 1 Peter 2:12-16.: law Paul says, "For he is the minister The Ministerial-Association of' part uf the day before \ < i ,,if.flclals ,.

I. mites under control. Disk The board bel'eves that the American people consume but little Topic of the Lesson: Respect for of God to thee for good. But of the post ollii.. ,t<"part.
or plow Starko and vicinity, met at the
groves, working In cover remedy to low prices of cotton lies over one-half an egg each per established authority-as taughtby if thou do that whch! Is evil, be ment and on Friday In' ,IIP". ed
crop Presbyterian manse last Mondaymorning. \
.I enough to keep down fire hazard. In moro orderly marketing. They day per capita for all users. Thiss Jesus and by the apostles, Paul afraid wherefore ye must Plans for the winter before tho civil servii< lruis-

., Begin full fertilizing of bearing say that the supply this y"arH\ : not nearly enough. We should and Peter. needs be subject, not only for: slon on mntters effect Inl > in-
campaign In the various churcheswere
trees. Irrgate! If dry. Hank I'HH and that the consumption continues eat. and use' more eggs. Central Thought: "Render unto wrath' but also for conscience I discussed It decided to I stituents. He will, on n 1 MB'

:, young trees 4 to 5 years old last to Increase. Comparo them with beefsteak Caesar the things that are Cae sake." It i Is the duty of all, and I hold the union Thanksgiving was day and Tuesday, confei \ '"i 'he|

ot 'month for cold protection. This action will make It possible for Instance. At 40c a dozen. 12 sar's and unto God the things doubly so of every Christian to II I vice this at the ser- board of army enRlnecieral >v.

Peach: The first week of month for cotton co-opeartlves to eggs give you more food value, that are God's." obey the laws of the land "for con with the year Rev. J, T.Baptist church matters effecting 'Hi I >uddistrict.
-ot the
Guy
:
t spread a ring of paradlchlorobenE0ne borrow up to 16 cents per pound penny for pneny, than a pound of At this time Judea was subjectto science sake," that Is, because It Methodist church .

: about the base of the t trees to on graded and classed! cotton, steak at 45c, and don't( forget there Rome. Is right to obey" and because It is the music to be giving furnished the address On Thursday he fntl'"tlli" i> it ab'lI

kill borers. Pecans: Complete grading middling 7-8 Inch staple, are no bones In the eggs. On a The Jews were divided into two rght: to obey and because God bythe calling\ for a com ph' it If they weight basis, parties the Pharisees who combined choirs of the city.' engineering slJrv,-\ ,
: harvesting as early in month necessary say congress eggs compete successfully opposed commanded It. i ""I'
t', l < sible. Prepare land that is nsp to will hr asked to appropriate more with meat In almost every Roman authority in all Its In 1 Peter 2: 13-16. that apostle Tho' meeting will be held at 10 a. nal across Florida, from ( 'milipr-

bo planted to pecan trees. I'Jck: money. I report. They have nt least as forms; and the Sadducees, whom says to tho followers( of 'Christ, 'Thankslglvlng 28th. day, November laud Sound on the( Ailuni' ", 'i> StGaol'ge's

J up and burn twigs cut off by glrd- -.- great protein content, and are we might now call "modernists" In "Submit yourselves to every ordinance _. Sound. Pen-1I md

r lers. Plant winter cover crop It more valuable sources of Iron than religion, and who favored Herod, of man for the Lord's sake FIRST CHRISTIAN CHCRCI New Orleans. The hili.) ,, I i'l:

not already done, Hl"It\I. COMMON': NKXHU I any meat except perhaps liver. (the King ot Judah under Rome, for so is the will of God that tor estimates cf cost 01 'I" md

Garden and Truck.-.Make additional I- I n)' foIl'lUl14 JohnsonIil'I'Tlll As for those much discussed, but and were called Ilerodlans to with well doing ye may put to silence Bible School aud communion ship canal. .
little understood food elements catch' him In his words." They said --
seedbeds the Ignorance of foolish men
ot cabbage and let- services each Lord's Day at 10
i tuce. Transplant cabbage, celery, I the vltamlnes eggs compare most "Master, we know that thou art not using your liberty for a o'clock. Early "spring, before- t '"nt

and lettuce. Plant beets Brussels : Itflt.Uj dOS,; favorably with oilier food. No- true and rarest for no man; for cloak of maliciousness, but as the Church services morning and flies have arrived 1 is> Hi, ;' 'mt
,
-- body knows what vitamlnes are, thou regardest not the person of servants ot God" The I to screen the house. t
sprouts; (carrots kale, parsnips, apostle evening: of the first$ Sunday in
radish, rape spinach, Swiss chard Tho old log cabin of the pioneer but what they can clo Is fairly well men." Having thus tried to flat- strongly rebukes those people who each month, by the Dro. .\
pastor :
understood. Weight for ter Jesus, they asked, "Is it lawfulto Keep your lawn open Ihe
and turnips. If cutworms are days was -pretty good place weight, under the name of "personal liberty" DIxon: of Jacksonville.
best
eggs c'onta'n ten times much give tribute to Caesar or not?" effect. Flower( beiK( u ''he
as
; troublesome on truck spread pols- to rail home. Many a great man violate and try to destry our .
has been vltamluo A as milk.! While It Is They hope to make Jesus offend lawn mako the groumf' : Ined bran ba't.: Dust garden crops horn and reared In a govern ment. John Wesley said

t and rose bushes with flowers of log cabin, and there got his Insplr-I true we use much more milk at a against either the Roman Law or "Loyalty to rulers Is to me an essential CONG. GREEN'SBUSY .

sulphur to control powdery mildew raton to go forth and make his tlmo than we do eggs, their great the Law of the Jews. branch of religion." Today -

and spider mites. mark In the world. Names of many vHumlno A content makes them a "But he, knowing their hypocrisy -' Is called the "World's Temperance SEASON Store Inverness Sasser I)) ',uodi

Ask your county agent or home of theMe great men who have gone valuable addition to m'lk.'! As vlt- said unto them, Why tempt Sunday," and the lesson is given opened. -

.' demonstration agent; write the down in history are familiar to all amine A Is credited by competent ye me? bring me a penny." The partly to support the prohibitionlaws -
-- ---
, Agricultural Extension Division, of us. Investigators with helping to pre- Roman "penny" or "denarins'1, ot'our land. The prohibition! Congressman R. A. Green of the
vent diseases In the diet Is was a coin of about 18 "And Second District of Florida has just I
cents.
However readily
Experiment Station or State Plant a log cabin Is not absolutely amendment and the prohibitionlaws
; Hoard at Gainesville; or write the essential for greatness. appreciated. Eggs and milk have : they brought it. And he saith unto were legally and fairly enacted made a thorough canvass of the Say it with Flowers

Home Demonstration Ofllce State Homes that were well suited to a long played an Important part In them Whose Is this Image and Why should they not be possibilities of appropriations for Flowers For All

S', College for Women, Tallahassee, former day are no longer the best. the diet of tubercular patients. obeyed? And why should the gov- the Mediterranean fruit fly eradication -

for further Information regarding type. This Is the natural result Eggs< are quite aa rich as milk I ernment and the officials who try work and for reImbursement -: Occasions

farm and homo problems. ot progress. As tho world has, In vltamlue II. This member of IIIXTS TO IIOl'SKWIVES: to enforce them he criticised? of Florida fruit and vege-

made rap'd strides. In other lines. that mysterious family Is the one I 1 We have two great armies I table growers. -

It has also progressed In the matter which aids: bodily 'growth and : I Weekly from Home ))('1I10".t raI one supporting the laws of the Saturday he held a lenghty conference Gertrude GodbeyAnderson

: ChemicalVarfare ot home building and furnlsh- gives protection against neuritic Bon S1> 'I"III"H.$ TllllllluiMMI-C country and of God, the other try- with Dr. C. L. Marlatt, -

iiiK. disorders. Getting on down the I I Ing to destroy them. In 'which chief of the bureau ot plant quarantine

Proves Deadly To Farm homes, however, have vtnmlne: alphabet, we find eggs army will you serve? and also with a representative -

been 1Ittle: slow In keeping up comparatively rich In vltamlne I), Ihth'r Ih."kfll"t8 of the secretary of agricul.tare. ; Phone 311 Waldo FIll

Peach Tree Bor"erI"u'la with development. City homes are the one which prevents rickets. .. Breakfast the meal upon IIAI'TIHT. ;M. \:. He went Into detail with

1 nearly all equ'pped with modern Generally speaking, they have less which "most of the world's workIs the oftlc'als relative to the fruit _._ ---__...... __---t

conveniences, while rural homes vuluo la this particular than cod done." Tho following committees are fly situation now In Florida, and
.
(ii-onci-M' JII-K :Making .\siunial liver oil They conta'n: Florida breakfasts insisted! on co-operation of --
are still more or less of a type common quite may nearlyalways appointed by the president for the the departments -
i War on I Borer n," t'II'O of (in* enough of this. element In not
years Ago. This has been however, contain a fruit In season., new year. beginning Oct. 28th: only monies for
IllNtfllll.. _Of I litKllifo I I true until recent years for the very to make them valuable substitutes Plain canned fruits or fruit juices I Executive!) committee: W. M. U.- contlnung: the fight against the I COFFINS & CASFiKWand ;

good reason that few conveniences for the oil for people whose stomachs are easily prepared to tide one over Mesdames n, P. Raymond, G. W. fruit fly, but for the reimbursement [ a Full Line of

:. The annual fight against the could be obtained for the farm refuse to retain it. A dally the scarce season. Alderman. 0 I. C. White W. J. Ep- for losses' caused by it. Ho '

peach tree borer Is now under way. home, and those were rather ex ration of egg yolks will prevent The flavor of fresh" fruit at: person, H. L. Hrownlee, P. M. said that the officials were sympathetic Undertakers'. Supplies
.1 i Instead of d'gglng; them out, peach rickets and In heal breakfast activates both Barefoot with the entire
pensive. Now. however. there are many cases, the appetite J. M. Brownlee, J. H. situation and IIEARSB
growers now put them to sleep number of simple conveniences rickets that have already started. and the cheerful disposition. Lord. A. M, Darby, U q. Powell. expressed their deepest Interest AUTOMOBILE

4.i with a dose of poison gas applied obtainable for the rural home at.. Har'ng: Justified our title In one Preserves do not have the same effect. Missionary Com.-Mrs. W. J. and assurance of cooperation.At Always ,? ....... Tb. k..f S" "
.i during the period between November : .t th. I I...... prl..... Hu..Hal .!'
sense by showing the In noon !
reasonable prices.: :: value of eggs I South Florida Japanese Epperson Mrs. Pitts, Mrs. Lila! Monday Judge Green (.ntlnn l. 'e"ra"h l orrl ft.
1 to December 1. I It \s only fair to the women of as food, It would not be amiss to I persimmons are now being used' Orimn, Mrs. O. C. White. called at the white house and talk- REGISTERED EMHALMKB

Tho chemical used In this war the farm that these conveniences I show that eggs are good to eat In for breakfast, and In West Florida Benevolent and Aid Com.-Mesdames ed with President Hoover. In this
JONES:
fare l ID: paradlchlorobenzene. often be; provided. Improved Implements ntlll another sense, While few of the satsumas are ripe. H. L. BrownIes P. M. Bare conference he pointed oat that the DEWITT C. I

called I>araclde. It U a white crystalline -, and machinery have long been put use would care for the racy fang Which shall, it be? Eggs fried"In toot J. C. lloblimon S. I>. Peek peoplo of Florida had been cooperative I SFARKE, FLA.wnnumoe .

; ; : substance, and usually has Into use by the men of the farm demanded by the youngster quotedat water or fattY Why not try two Julia Klmball. in the efforts of state
;
a peculiar odor. When It Is exposed In their work, while the farm the beginning, It cannot be denied tablespoonsfuls ot thin cream to I Industrial Cora.-Mrs. A. M. find federal authorities In the erad- ; 1

to the aid It slowly gives off women have had to struggle along that eggs; are ever popular an egg and scramble In a buttered Darby, Mrs. Hundley, Mrs. Perk- 1-3 .... -
poisonous The i I cp cp cp cj e-p erj cy; IQQIJIJ=c-a n tra=,=""" -. .--.--'--r-.-'""-,'" .<.::I"'r:1'
gas. fumes ......................... ..,..
are with: tho same old homes and no because they have a most agree- skillet. Ins, !Mrs. F. F. Flume. ------------ ====II: = == -

heavier than air, so they pene- conveniences. In making our budgets able, flavor all their own. Served Bacon may be added to the Enlistment Com. Mesdames I STRA WHERRY PLANTS OF QUAL1T
trate
; the burrows of the borers ; for expenditures!; we should In tho simplest manner, they are working man's breakfast. Schoolchildren L Ray Newsoni, James Shepard, O.

and do the work much more efficiently give consideration to the home.If always acceptable As a garnishfor ; should have two eggs anda If. Bennett, Bumgarner, E. M.Tbomas. For fifty years we have grown and sold the best i

'than it can be done by a more expensive, conveniences various vegetables. salads and glass of milk_ berry plants grown. See our agents and ret your

knife like lighting systems and water- other (dishes they are both attrac- It Is the unpleasant odor of tried Social Com.-Mesdames C. A. In with them or mail direct same to me. Plant en.

J. R.latson, entomologist of works cannot be secured at first, tive and palatable. But what wouldwo foods that causes many children to Knight, W. L. Wall. Ruby Hayes, short th's season every place so we advise you to gi-,

; tho Florida Experiment Station, then less expensive equipment! can do for cakes, pies pastries of havo no appetlti for breakfast. A. F. Grims!!, H. M. Edwards: Louie der In early and make sure of your wants.

,- gives the following suggestions, for be .had. Tables and other workIng all kinds and other dishes were It Hot bread--!If thoroughly cooked Kah, Bert Wall, Mrs. Langford, ;My agents are N. I). Wulnwrlglit, Jr., .'. !.'. Flun 11I,1.J. ,

applying this chemical: The earth surfaces can be made the right not for eggs? -la not harmful. Well browned I J. C. Robinson, Miss Etta TIson. r :SI. BrownIes Prices good Missionary, from youulug

j, should base be banked up around the height to enable the women to Thua In hundreds of ways the dry toast gives' good exercise for Circle No. 1.-Mrs.' J. M. Brown- 111'(114. 1000 to OOO, $::1. Over fiOOO, IH2.73, f. o. b. 1"1"J. '

f of the pencil trees to the work with more ease. Serving egg insinuates its health giving the teeth, and it la easily prepared. lee.leader Mrs. C. A. Knight, Mrs.

height' of the highest burrow In trays Uish drainers, etc.. can be and body building/ values Into our Cooked cereals are usually more C. C. White Mrs. Will Wall Mrs.' A. DAUER
I the tree then In the top of this dally menu. Unlike other foods nourishing and less LOCK: BOX ,
secured. Flowers and shrubs can expensive than J. C. Robinson Mrs. Julia Kimball 38 jri.SOM.lKK
: mound, at least an Inch from the that are good for the is the \
bo planted to make the home surroundings us egg prepared products. Mrs. James Shepard Mrs. Bert (;
,\ tree; a shallow trough should be more beautiful. The something that can appear In some When the school child has I Wall, Mrs. George Bennett, Mrs.
mado In the
(a' dirt. Sprinkle an old house can be remodeled or a form or other at every meal without enough fruit, milk eggs, cereal or' Roy Edwards. Mrs. Perkins. Mrs. --- --.. -,--
ounce to an ounce and a half of making us tire ot It. This la toast for
breakfast he has no room Charlie Powell Mrs.\ Lizzie
paraclde In the trench and cover should be torn down, as too long good for the egg is one of the i for coffee. The working man or Mrs. II. B. Wiggins Johns,

dirt Immediately with several Inches exposure to the fumes of the gas most valuable of all the many I. woman who has taken a good: Kite, Mrs. R. n. Prevatt Mrs., James Mrs. YESVe\ can charge your !?
and pack well. The
amount might damage the tree. In no case things used for human food. We breakfast may add one cup of coffee Paul Canova Mrs.\ James Silcox B H
r. of the chemical to use varies with should the material be sprinkled aan hardly eat too Let but ,
many egg should not depend upon L I Mrs. L.. W. Klckliter, Mrs. J. L.
the age of the tree. Do not use it closer than BATTERY InSmith's
an Inch to UM tree, as us therefore endeavor to make every It for nourishment. Coffee Is nota Simmons, Mrs. Phillip
at all on trees under two years It Is likely to- hurt the bark. If week "eat Maguire,
an more eggs food; It la merely a stimulant. Mrs. Dew, Mrs.\ George, Mrs.\ Lang-
-old. and"not more than one ounce dlreettomntre followed there Is absolutely week" by finding moreattractive Start the day right with two

for three-year trees. "no danger to the tree as ways and a greater variety of ways glasses of water then a good ford.Circle No. 2.-Mr Luther Powell Stark I
After the mound has been about experiments have been made on to serve these valuable and ever breakfast. leader -
Mrs. A. J.
tho tree for two three Thomas. Mrs.
or weeks
ft hundreds of specimens. Garage
food
tasty products.
-Mary A. Stennis. A. M.
---- Darby, Mrs. Lila. Griffin, Fla.P.GF .




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f9S PER CENT Violation Game all i itlzons of the stale, the commissioner -I Tampa U2UO.OOO bond issue r .2 F ,i': TlnllliiB-NWurth HI.al IS-tntf, Riokcr 'OitJ. I, I'I 24 O. l lI1I2X 1 1 I IH?" 1-0.00- 5.00 ';".

expla:ned. He added .n) W M ,i-Knn M.nhanl ,( i I. 1 4 I""2M I, i. I t. t In 4 TiOI 2JIr) s
that to be voted upon November 19 :14 Hurt Kuinlluru Co. Mt-n limit) -.. -- -. --_______ (') I. ) < t tMerchant I. 1. I"4: I 00) 1 I ,

LOC <\L BILLS Laws Not To "any man who would BO far to provide funds for the :IT, A. M. Harby Mei chant - -- ,-- -- ( Kt.Jonox I. I I. hi)2t) {kl. ) i I. I 192)4!' 4.50H 2.21 0.io .

overlook the rights of others aa to construction : '.lmh"'ol,1 Supply (Co. Lumber: l>""Jr"_.- --. .__ .n _____ 011) 1 I. 1-128) ("i. J. I HU'JHI' !' I ,.OO '

of and -7 I'Rrk 1.aundry __._ ('hiliese Laundry .-_ ______ 1, i 1928 ( I I I )2'I!' 5. ) \ '
VOID go Into the held before It Is legally airport municipal rec- 3" J. 1.'. Klrkllter _____ .. --______.-._____________ O.t. 1, ll-8 )1 I I. 1921 i .13.11) .
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:MAY Be Tolerated opened to alt deserves to lose the reation pier.DeLand 39 J. C. l.nnln._______.. ._. ___ Merchant ----_______..-_-___.__ Oct. j 1.1928 ( I. 1H20) .. 4.60 ..11 ,, '
I __ ._ ___ .___ Meat healer .; _._ __ tiot. | Octi l' .
40 J. A. ---- ---------- --- 1. 1929. 6 on
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prlvlegea of the field for the sea- Darnell Bank to open .1. M _ __ ___ Merchant I>ruafl>t ---------------- out I. ( Oct. 1. 1929l'hylclan 4 6O1OIIO 1.16

xon. for business 4 UPI.l U.1Ih-h,1. ._ __ ___ *________________ 1. Its ( tct. 1929 ) 5OO I I
.,"UIII',,,, to riihllMt. In JJotli( Jour1 t4ta llC (ill tile ( ..mml..lon.r,1. 8001. t'lnv.r I" lolnn,1 ___ .. _. Meat Dealer ----.-----.----------- o.t., 1 1. 1928 Oct. 1. 1929) 800

1. .,,1, l'f'ICIt.lat| lire I'oillt ward IMHIKVnnilnK -Mention Plant City U. W. Burch Inc. 4 It. huh---------------------- Merc-hunt -- ________.__.....-u_ ( let. 1,12 Oct. I. 1929 4.00 a.lo.

?, Largo New oflloe building be- moved. to larger quarters In Young I'9'. Slump __.__0... ______ Merchant -- -------------------- II.t. 1, ) Oi-t. I 121 6OO I.OO ;
n"IHt'tl Itcx-riit I'onVftioiiMWith Merchant _______.__ .
40 N. -- --- Oct. Ii 1H2 ..&0 2.*5 ,.'.1'
ing constructed north oi main fac- and Moody building. 47 ntK.rll&1prnh.rl loVRtolVMerchant -- -------_________ ____ dcii I. 198 o..t. 1, J.Z9._ x.no 1.60I.ftO "'"1

tory building on Day Drive for Cit Largo -. Max theatre 1 reopenedfor 4S Ild"Ien Store ('". u_ _. .. Merchant -- -----------.--..----- oct 1. IN28 Oct. 1 I. 3 (10) .;
,u,Hvllle., Oct. 22.-Failure the approach of the 1029- 49 (trainee & Black Tea Hool _._. KeMlnurnnt -------------------- II.t. 1, I mil Oct 1.JotiiT I 929.. _10.no 500 "_. 1
rus City Growers Association.: business. __________ riiylcl ,
60 Ir.V. M. Mlddleton
30 hunting season in Florida ) --------------------- Olt. 1. 198 Oct I. 1929 1000 500)

,.11111.11 local bills In the JouruI' 61 Hoover urn, ___ .._ .- I'hotonrHph-r ----------------- Oct. 1 I. 19.8)' Ocl. 1, 1929 500 2. */ (, ;.,
I,h', \p of the State Game Commissioner C. C. Report fit Quigley & Pavl ______________ I Lumber liwaler ______-_____________ Oct. 1. 1928 Oct. I. 1929 16.no) ". .
| ""f,f both branches Flor-I Woodward l Issues from Tallahasseea of the Hoard of Hand Trustees of Bradford County, 63 QiligleY" & Davis _. __ ______. Automobile Ut-Hler -_______________ Oct. I, 1938 011. I. 1929 10.00 7.11 i

.'mte legislature may mean 64 .1cc. _"__________________ l.unch .Stand ---------------------- Oct. 1, li>18 I. 19.1 5.00 1.01 .
,Idl\(, warning that violation of the Florida, for Six Months Ending, June 30th 1929 55 1... Jr. Merchant 0.1 2.10 "
local bills M. ---------------------- Oct. 1. 1928 1. l92'l 3.00 l.r./
i Ihl', ,, '. per cent of pass- state game laws will not be tol 56 .1 H. ftaviaI"Co.III.H_, lneuranve-----------b't. i| 0.. t. 193 .,[,

regular and extra- Lisbursements-Ceneral Fund .)"vl.. & Co. __ ____ Insurance ___ IIM
.,,1, me 1929 67 U. -------------- -- Oct. 1. Oct 1. 192D._ 3.00 ''f j"
1.d will be declared I erated. 68 J. H. Pnvl & ('0. -__ _______ Insurance -------------------- oct. I. 19.8 i let. ii I 1929 -. X HI h- '.' '\

rirdiiiui\ sessions r The increase In found In 69 .1. H. HnvlCo.. ----- -- ---- 1.u'alc8, ____---------------- 0"1.< 1. 1928 Oct. 1. I929-. 3.00 \ Y,

,, tutlonal and void, It was game 0HI 1. H. Ilavia! A ( -__ __ __ Insurance ------------------- n.t. l. |928 Oct. 1. 1939)) .. 3.111( ) I" ,\
'11'-, all sections of the state Is marked J. H. & ). Inmirance ._ ____. ___ 1928 ) '. ';
The ., \" t. tttr *et. \Ivl. ( ------------ --- -------- oct. 1. (.t. 1. i 1929
terday. point
|rev' ., ((1 I here ye I the "'. M.] 10:1 62 J. It. & commissioner said and Torode, ecemher ________,__ __..____ ft..OO
asa nU.Unl -? _____ _______. _____ ;
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ea here when bonding at- A. __ 8.1A4: J. K. irnvl & Co. 0 In""r"I'* ? (lit. 1, 1 1928 Oft. .. 3.(10) )
'V..kN."n.e: ____ __ _
n Oucemlier __ __ _____ 5.00 1.112:1
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\ result added sportsmen are ( A. J. TIH'IIM misurulite -- ---- int. I. 1928) Oct. 3.00
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:,torn,, balked at giving their o. looking forward eagerly to the Jim Mott Villon bridge.Malary lumber for IJecember -___?,-----------._*J.k.! -. _____ 76 7800.lC<> ) 65 H. t'. \ __________________ Inurance ___________________
bOndS on the grounds that J. (- All I II. C. ---.----- ---------- I isurlImlue' --__-------------- ll. 1, 1928 Oct. 1. 192-1! 8 no ;
'l k, in coming opening of the hunting ... .. Colley. renalra to -------------------------1 .- ________ 85 HO) *A7 M. C. 'V.I _______________u__ Insurance ______________ .---- Oct. 1. ) Oct. 1. 192-! 3.00

:,le, tad not properly run the W.. folley, repair to fond machinery --------------.a-----------4 461 ON H. C. Wall _______ _______ ._____ Insurance. i ---..-______________ i.t. I. 112 Oct. I. 19.9 1 till )T <

of legislative procedure. season. This eagerness, however, .1. Torode. BiipplleM and warehouse .. H. Wall ___.____ ________ lnauraee) --________________ Oct. 1, 1928 Oct. 1. 1929 ._ .I.04 .
,," t A. Ulunrhard supplies __ ______ B 25 81 ( ,
aul" __________________ In-urance
he said, must not lead one to rush'n H. Wall ----------------- --- I. 1928 Oct. 1. 1921 3.00
Antlernon'R _________ ___ .71 { c.t.
of bills ) Uarage. supplies __ __ 8.3fl
the large number -- ________ _.____.__ ___
\\ H. ( IIMII'ILn.. ---------------- ) 1, 1938 Oct.I 1921* !' 4.00 )
ahead F. i 1). Clark, fencing contract road 9 ext. ____________ l lCity ) \'al f.1 J
of I
In question on this the season and shoot _- -? 70.01 72 I ___ _________._ ___ JI""rlnl'" --__________________ lll-S Oct. I I 1921 '
[,Iha'!, ,' held the game, thereby violating one of Hitch Light ami Water Plant water and light service __-_.._ 1.40' 73 1.1.. 'Vil'Val __.___._________ In""rlnl'" ---_________________ oi )I. 1, 19.8 Oct ,I. 1929) "ni I ., '
Service Station, Hiippllen ___ ) 1. 3.nl
.,.11 of Drevard bills 74 _______________ .__ ,
,, Coully'8 In"r.n -------------------- O't. 1. 11)28) Oct. I. 192'!! ( '
1811' the laws of t the state. Bradford County Hank t'jcy rolls -__-5S.1.H4J. 75 H. I',1 _________ __. __..__.___. ._ l' 'I
oct 1 1928 __ .
Attorney L. --- -- Oct 1929 3 00
.iri, ,", Hided, County W. Andrews. Jr. Buppll and repalrn ________.____.157.B2 C.11 I Inxurancu
Recently, the commissioner 7 H II. -------------------- 01.| I. |IN2N Ocl. 1, 1 11129) 3.00 ,
21 of Ar- h's < !aniKe, tractor" repairs _._______ BO.)N", )
said. Section "n.1 Luther""HiYrreTri--II--I-----. .
I non 77 I --------------------- oct! 1. 1 1928 01.) 1, I 11)29) !) in.noa 6.IMI -
constitution he Mated several have tried their '. 1'.I"Ihnn. Company, phone service -_____._- 1.6O 7S ((1. CnlHon ____ _________.____ Men-hunt, -------______________ Oct. 1. 11128* (let. I. 19.'IOct. ) .no) '.j\

,II I.. ; of the guns prematurely and have 1.:111.h 79 I II. H Itrown --- .- .----- --- -- Merchant ------_______________ 1. Oct. 1, I 1029\) 3.no 1,10 I ( .
undergone W. i:. January _____ S.OO I. .1921 110 "
at the 1'0101. expense __________ ___
amended "."llnl Merchant __ _
.1 out, was 80 The ---------------- --- 1, Oct. 1 I. 192'!! 3.OO s
|l0int arrest finding! their way ( A. celery secretary fil JaniiHry and Incidental expenst'B __ 7M.. 81 1 I.. H.11..1 to._______ __ _--_ Merchant ________________ _____ 011 1, 12 Oct. I. l )'2'lOct. 3.no( 1.61 .
'en' 1 II 1 election of 1928 so as to Into court. In those J. K. Havla, & Co., premium on Dond. U. Hay lies __-_______-_____ 5.00 82 Mr*. S. N.! Jones ___ _______..__ Meat ltei ler --____._________._____ I.t.. 1, 1928 Ocl. 1. 1029. non 161. .
every one of If. C. premium, _.__ 20.00
substance of localr ,.I. on bonl. _________ _____ Merchant .
the 83 W" I Moore _
)i. I that, Jim ------------------ oi-t. I I. i 1921 Opt. 1. I \' ) I.60 .
Ri-ltlge I.
1O5.1S 102:11
ril cases convictions have been obtained I>. t Klnlaw _______________ Coin-rat
84 -- 1'ur"nlne -------------- Oct. 1, 1928 Oct. 1. 10.() '
,p" lal laws should be puultsht the M.. n. Moody, icrader blade __- ._._ -____-_- 10.15 .85 I). C' 1 Klnlaw __________ ___ 1).r) 11nt -.-----_____________. o,'t. |I. )ji2N 0 et., 1. 1129) .20.10. ) / I S 5
by wardens and
game l> C supplies ..___. 14.B5 110
Introduced In Jone. - -- --- __ ____ Operator _
ii, lure they are Powell Turpentine ( n 111'.nlllt --------- Oct. 1 I. i 1928 Ocl. 1. \ ) '
,t those found violating the law have J. F. Collev, ')) '. _________ 8.40 I _____________ ___.___ 11221.111
- -- Oct. I. I 1928 (),'t. 1, I !' 1.60
That section of J.ndr.w", and .- .______ 16H.3f 10\,1 T.C.ntne
i I. Jr. "I'ple. rcpuli-H - > __ .._ ___ Merchant
.
,)hi'I &Islature. been notified 88 Jo. ---------------------- lt. I. 19844 (. 1929 4.60) 2.25
that .
they could not Krnlth's ____________ 5.50 0. I
O'H"I' Ira.lor Rlr - _____ __ Merchant ImiwuUt
follows ]. .
..nstitutlon reads as : Harper n ---------------- .t. Ii 1 1928' I, ID") 3 oo
le, John repalrH, to Long Bridge __________., .___._150.(Kl 81 Ir. 0.1. 111 .
buy licenses for the coming Dowlnl. .h- ) ____. Marclialit ._ __ __ ____ .
.
l')28) 9 no
P"r".n ---------- -- -- I. Oct. 1. 1929
notice has City Water service l.SSC. II.t.
such Plant light _
'Th. ,'vldence that a,1 111' John Kllllnsrer ... llnrl, >"i- .
ea-I --- -- ----- -------- -------------- 1, 1928 Oc-t. I, 1929' .._ 1.00 .60
be entabKuh,1 : ion. A. Knight, Com. on tax coilei'lons ._______?_ 21.61 112) J. ______________ hiestaurent ______________ .
published shall ----- Oct. I. 1928 Oi-t 1. i 1929!' ft. .ILuur"'I1
K. I.
") Hayes, tax colle.-lloiifl 4.1.49 .'
rom on
eel Woodward said hs! 0 )I''
before such 1f. A. nianchitdil, supplies) ____.. 7.44 = I I. --- .----- ----- 1..h."t -------------------- -- "t. I. ni28) Oct. l" 11(2'( ) :,1.no 1.11 4
the legislature : -- 1 lInt illOfl '
,, Hi ----- ---------- 11"'I'h"nl -, ----------- -- -- Oct. 1. I 11128 Oct. 1, 1929) 3.(10) )
ment was calling to the attention Powell lumber and bridge, _____._ 70.13Qulglev ,1.1. Iln
( repair to
l'ha. Kahr ____________________ ,. i
be passed by havlnp affidavit 95III) -------------------- 1. 1 1928' ) Orl. I I. i 1921 3 no( I ) '
.ill mall of county judges of the state that and l"vl., supplies ____-__________________-__ 1.01 ( Hank of tarke ________. ___ i II"tk.r. ______________________ ocr. I, 1(128() li 192915.00 1111. ,
\V. K. ') I i and, rent _. ________-__ ___ 0.
of proof of publication at- T.I'.II. ems -- 97 County Hunk _.. .. .. I ___________________ .
l
-- II"ukprl --- ocr. ], 1 1928 1 I. 1929) IS (in) 7 51)
provision of the game law which Hitch's ", St.lon. suppllen. _________- 29H.44 IrR.lford _________ ______________ S
bill when 08 ( Th."tr" ----- 1'h.1lr. -------- Oct. I I. 1928 Oct. 1. 1939.lflflO 500 -
,lch..1)i to the proposed denies Hank of Ilal'k. IUY rul.. _________________.1004.22Uiuiirord ( .. '
to. a man found guilty of ) Sanit ----------- : .ch.nt ----------------------- Oct. I. 192S 1, 1929-. 8.00 1.60
Is Introduced In either .II pay rolls -?_____- H34.DJ lH'm. Hupp __-_,______ .. _________ ___ __ o.t., '
he nine breaking law ,I tutu : __ I 'I. ) --- ------ I'VJ,11 "V10"r} Oct 1 I. I U2N) I I. I IH29H. __ r>.oo) 2.50 .,'
a the (
right to
and game 10.) John _..- ____ .__ 'Vh""II. I icocery----------------- o.t. l, 1928 Oct. 1. 1929.)' 3.4)0) 1.60
of the legislature, O. HayneM, ___ ,____ 800H.
ral"l purchase a license for the com'ng : A. Weeks expense, expense n 1fl.J ::: ,* -______ _-:_____ 5:Oil,) 101 I-'. (I. Hemingway --- -- ------ Jlllt I"RI.r ----______------___--_ < >,.(. 1. 1 1'ivx. 4 *,'t. I I |1021) 7.fill,* :a.75 .' 1 .
such affldavit constituting -- -- .. _________
I (Ih ,, 104 ( ----- ------- ---- --------- o.r. 1 I. 1028 Oct. __ 600 2.60
season, and that the Judges are being \V I']. Torode, "XI'"M' m.ellnl) February, _____________._____- 3.00 I. 1. 1.I.e1 .
.)! publication shall be enter- 1'' A. l'UtI1.) y "", February ___._-__________._ 75.0\j <0T. niaeklmrn Merchant Oct. 1. 1928 Oct. 1. 1929. 3.1)0)') 1.51 I .1' "
f.1 o : asked to rigidly enforce that T. --- ----- ---------------------- out, 1928, Oct. 1. 192't! a.no I
C. A. Incidental, oxpenseH, .__.. _________.____ 1.51llratlftiiil ( I 1./0 ",
full the journals of the ? -- inn 1.. .1. ___ Merchant _____________.__ .
((1 I in upon 'Vynt nO. ------ - ------ oct. IU2H. Oct i I. 192:1) : no
provision of the statute. A list of Counlv 1'"I"M'OIh. Advertising _________________________ 40.00 H. I'urvl _______________._ Merchant I \
of 107 ---------------------- n.t. iuoct) 1Itr. ) 0" 1 on' I.60 ,
house representa- f.
and City Light and \ aervice I 1.S5juigley 1
:t"nm< : : light Carroll Ii nll t
all convicted offenders Is being II KIMKill( I H. ------- --- -------- ---------------- Oct. J. 1928 1, 1929I'l.'l 1000 500 I'
I ( and Dives 1 supplies _________________ __ 21.SB r-- Oc.
which entries shall Immed- Klorldn Power & ( Town of I.uwtey
nvet- 1-lwh.t Puw.r. ---------- ,I, I, ,,JN t )I. '!' !' I 10(10) ) 4
Starke Telephone) service _________ ._._,_ .35 r.ol
Company _, t..t
in the hereto phone <
compiled
department : no I.. H. IHII _____________ Iteal I'jKlHle .. 'i''
------ Il0k.r ------ --- -- ""I. I i. 1928 ) I I. 1929 _1000 6.00
,itelv follow the Journal entry Jim Molt, image lumber --. _-_- 73.80 Inc. ______________ HIM) I'oMlnw .
be furnished the various JudgesIn I -- ---------------- --- ,oct. 1. 1928 Oct. 1 I. 1 192't! 5.no. t
of the l>. C. Jones, supplies. _______________ 4.4& 11 Ia.k.rl Telephone 1.11 -
Introduction I
the I I ------------------ I\Mln.HI ------- -- -- oct. I. I 1928 Oo.t I. I 1929I H..('0 .
hlw'ug( order that before J. ( repalrH _, ___________________ 2.50) t
convicted _
no man l'.I"y. Knocli: (Irlllt _._____ __ __ Merchant .
--------------- -- I.t|1. I I. 1928) I J29 :.1.noI 1.50 '
'illl one judge may appear before C.M :.(.:Knight I.de HIM: .'gniaii on tax, tractor collections parts_---------------.s.------------9.0O. ):) ta Hoover Kutch ('0. __u___ .. Hen I Kmate] llroker --------.---- --- ocr. I I. 1928 (0..1. 1 I, I US'!) I 10.14( 5(10 I'I ,
Insurance '
Majority In One Journal 1. Hill) -------- ---- ----- -- ---- -------------- 1. 1928) t. 192)4!) :3 (10) I
K.: W. Hayes, on tax __________, _______ 1.2H tl 1. o.t. ( I 1
another and obtain a license. 1'01' rol"'lon. I I.. Hill _____ ___________ ____
-- ---- -- ---- 1".II'RI' ---- ( lit. I. |192M Oct. I, 1929) 3.00 : S
Ttu great majority of bills pass- Mrl>onald and Htirgman.,, plrl" __.____________-_ 2.40 111 Hill "" I
1. H.
Game of the state to.NOTICK -- -- ------------- -- ---------------------- ot-t. 'I. 1928) Oct. 1. 1929) .. 3.00
belongs Wmltlrs) danige. Ti actor repairs _. __ _______ ________ ;
--- 2.11 Cufe Ilentuurunt .
the last session showed. proof 118 'ollv Anna ------------- -----.- --.----- Oct. 1, 1928 Oct. 1. !) 500 .
I, <<| l J. 'v. Andrews Jr., repairs -._____________________ 1 111 Mice| Florrle Terry Merchant' i*., -. 11211. :,, )
I ------------ --------------- ------ t I. i I" lie). i, no 'f
,f pubKcatlon: In the Journal of FI\.'I, Ill-CII V1U.K If. I1. Wall, 1 premium on 1 llb. Insurance ______-____________201t tl() Merchant l riiKKlnt 1.61 Ij
Irfiwlev ------------- ------------- Oct I, 1928 Oct. I. 1829._ 3.00
0. 'v. R. Torodesiinplles rent ._____ .______ ____.__ 11rll0. 1.10
... He-taurant _________
branch of the legislature. 121 Kver -------- --- -----?------ I. 1928 Oct. 1. 1929)__ SCO I .
itilone Notice l IB I.ltrh'n Service Wtulion, supplies _._______-_____,. -________207.70)) Clurane l.t.
hereby given that Hlvty 1.2 ---------- -- ------------------------ i I. 1H.H) "rl. I I. 1929Oct. )' !' ) ( l.
icconUng to the county attorney, laya after date hereof on to-wlt ; the Ilank of Illrk. pay rolls _.. _____-__. ; .._61K.85Krudford I 121: n.JAn.IIH"n. _______________ .- Merchant -----________..________a "..'t. I I. 1928 Orl.) \1.\ 1i21| l1.H. 1.01 (
) Hunk rolls _________-_'_______ __ ___ __ l 1
__ 621.60!
hit includes about 90 per cent of 20th lay of November A. D., 1929. 1 ..run. pity *- 1 124 Howe --________.___ __ Merchant --_.____________-" _____ ort, 1, H28) 'h"'t. I "42'' ) 3 no) I r> t'

the administrator of the .mi .. Merchant ______________________
undersigned 126
--- ----------- Oct. I. 1928 Oct 1. 1928__ 4.50 2.25
O. Ha 'neH, meeting March __________.______,__ ____ 300 I.V. HoI"lt. I
.
,,(cal bills with perhaps five per axtate of Mi8. J. J. barah A. Mar- > expense *- 12(1 Co ____ Merchant _________________ ,
or .
"
nO -- ------ 1. 1, 1928 I I. I 1921) < no) I i.tI ( S
\v. H. Torode, March ______ _______ 8.00 Oc. l ,
expense _
deepeNed, will 1 le.lnl ? M. Merchant _________________ -
key M.: llimiey
of local bills showing nor preBent MyvoutherR 127 ---------------- ------ Oct. I. 1928( ) 1. 1929 3.noA I \
HI It. A. J March _______ _______ i_, S.OO( 1.61
I and final account luchadnilnlntrator 'V..k. 1..tlll --------- It. II. Merchant .
an \enH. 12 'h.dt ------------ ------------ ,----- -- on. 1928) Ort. I, 1929) .00 v
when intro- c. A. Futch / _______________________ .______ 50.flit I
of publication >
rI< to tho ( ml.'IO ( Merchant __-__________________ "
Honora"l.0.0. ---------------- --- (let. I, 1928 4 l.t. I 1121l a 25 .
\. ( I'. A. Fulch. IncldenlalK _____-.._ 1.72 1.0.ulng l _____ _. _______ __ Merchant ________________ I 4.rO .
a ( : .
and the other five cent n ------ 1. 1928 Oct. 1921II. I ) .
!IK I I per ford ry.c Florida\ .U an'i 1 auk foi W. I H. To'od. rent _______________-____ I JoooJ. ( I C. Jones t'ndertakor' & Embalmer __ ____ 101 411
131 '
------------------ Oct. I. 1928 Oct. I. 1929 \
howlng proof of publication In his approval and an F. Colley. repairs ____________.______--------- 1.00 I 1112: l I..1'. Jone- .. .. llottllnir) Works ________________ '
my J\
-- -- 1. 1928( 4 let. I. 1929) !' 1(1(10( () j
dlschal'lr Htarke' Telephone Company, phone service ____._____________ ..H5HayeH Cd. I.OO
such admlnlvtrator. < (lrncery'II.. Merchant- _______
and house Jour- : : :: 13.1 M- --- -- --- ---------------- I I. 1 1928!' Oct. 1. 1 3.OOa t
mill 'the senate I I Ijiimlier Company) In'itlge I lumber I __________ ______ 2 8.8OC. ) 1121 110
This 20lli of 1929T. ( I overotroet) __ .____... _________
day September, 134 'hn. -- ----- -- 11"I''hlll ----- 1 I. 1H28 Oct.) I I. i .onH l ,, t S
iil> All local bills where no proof W. MAIIKEV, A. Knight Com. on tax collertl-nH __-___._____-________nI65.NI 13i! Mr.! J. "I'. l>lcklnnoil -- ------ ,lnt ---______ ________ ______ 0.1, 1. |1"2N) Oct. 1 ll'i-' 01)) .f.O J .

9-20-01-11-15 Administrator !If._ C'ul.._".I. on Insurance la. Ins. -.. 130 \V. I.. Wall ._ __ Ice Mamifmturer __________.._____ ,. I 1.10 '
In --- n (> tHampton 1928!) Oct. I, I 1929 in.no) "
if f publication) : appeared elhel' Company gait and __ _.____ ______________ 21.ooAnderson I / ,
I ois u ------ I Naval Htore ( 0. Tiiiiientlne Operator _________
Bros., lepiilrs{ __________________________ ____4_ 47.31 187 ) --. ----- Oct. 1, i 10-8) 0.1 I I. I 1921) 20.111)) 10.01* ,
*
( tin' Journals are unconstituImiml O.I'U'I'] OK siiniiirF-s: si.u ---- Naval Stores Co. _,__ '
; Torode' and Hitch; repairs, ___________________,______?___.-___"_____ 48.4S las Hampton Varratiin, -- l.rch"L .- .__'IIirI.I" on.! I i I. in5) o"-) ). I, 1929I9.MI I. '.
and void Corfton said. The -- Uulglev and llvl. supplies _____________________________________ 1.25 139 It. I I. ---- --- Ihy11" -.-- ,_____ __.__ __- o ')K I I.! I : 4. I llK. I ) I 1"11 R 01
I 140 A. ------- ----- --- -- ---- Ih.t. 1 1 Oct. I, I 1929I 3.00 1.50 i',
iiiextton lie said. Is whether theJo Under and: nbrHH Iu"r\ that certain 1'. I.). KnlKbt, ,.t Malheny case ((25.00)) __...,,...--------- 25.,DO* Iir. (1.f.,1. Brown I ____ _____ ____ 1.1121 -
141 -- -- hY"11 --- l .t. o"i..1. i'tHervice >i 1 ill' III' 5 s'I
C of and un.ler J.v.. A nd..w. Jr.. repairs ___._..____________________-__- ________ GOO lHiiaCo.. DruKwI-t ___ __ '
. ') PIT cent of bills passed at the the Heal of the circuit! COU.t of Itlteh'H, ) Illtlol. ira,, oil and "ul'plel| _____-______._...____.__.2252.21)) 142 ) Agent--,------------ I ,- ---- or. 1. 1928 Oct. 1. 1929- 3.00 1.50 ,,,

(the state of Florida In and, flank of IIY rolls ____________._____________ ___________ I 141 II. C. WIl. --.----- ---- neurans --------------------- 1. 1928 Oct. I. I 1921.! 301
In flark. ? 803.61 I I.iinch ) ________________
C. ,
list' ford erIlfltf on th/> 2nd day of October Brl.ln"un'v" Hank pay rolls __________________-_. -_, ------ The Shrlver. Co. ___________ ,"tanr ___________ 1.1921- ,
u .
----------- Oct. 1, 1928 Oct. 1, 4.00 225
nit) one of the journals are void. '1\21.! t upon'I final judgment In o.l ,. 11:11 S 15 .1. I II. HourboroUBh ------ .--- Merchant t_____________________ Oct. I, I I9J8\) "let. I. | :) '
court cer lln
or a >mM. r i nieetlnK. April __!t4MIV. 11'2:1.01 Irn
i .. .. Heal l Kxtate) HVok-r .
( On One 147 H. M. Inninn --- -- ---- ---- ---- -- ---- --- I I. I92H Oct., 1. )
'nhllf' )f''ldf.t ain cause therein iiendinir wherein \ I'!. 'I'tkrtrile, eiiMV April _. :i.,MIC. I.t. II
.. m..h'K. Co. AbBtrart Co. AlmtrnttorH of Title ______________ '
I house bill No. 1 of the 1929 Anthony Kovacek and Hetmle Ko A. Futch, salary for AII __________________________?________ 60.0 148 Bradford Service )HtBtlon -- Merchmiit-----------------------" .t. i. nun (let. 1. 1929\ .1000 ii
i vacek were comphLlnanlB and 1>. J.I Qulglev and I>avls, _________ ___________________________ .75 149 Courtesy ------ Octi 1 1928 Oct. 1, 929__ 3.00 1.50
.. A Merchant ____________________ .
gular session, prescribed that alil 150 I t. J'Orcl .Co ----------- 4>ct. I HUH Ol't. I. I IH29) !) '100) I.6O r ,
Amos was de"ndant. which 4: A. Knight, com. on taxes -____________________;______________.104.07 I Meichant, _____________ .
front of publication be entered In Judgment hal be" recorded In Starke Telephone Company, phone service, _____________________ 2.00 161 N. It. WRllwrllht ------_---.--. Itlerc'tant----------------------- ---.---- 'Vnrl War Veteran-Not Trann. .

(he public I c Bradford riiunly S. II. Hnbbaid, Company nallH ________ ___________________________. 8.7ft I 162 .1 I. Harrel 0. .---- --. .-- Merchant----------------------- Ort. I, ) "" 1. I I. I 19211.) 3.(II)) l.fin I
jlit* journal of one branch, viz. the : Florida rl In I Order Book __ ____ __ 151 :. --- -,-- ------ o.t 1. 1928 (let. ii 920! 3.00 1.60 1 .
Cl.ancery J. 1" Colley, repairs h___ ___ ____________________________ 7.35 Smith, ) I CHi-Hiot _______________ II' I
inns*f' In which the bill was Intro- No. 1, Page 329 i"df said public l reoonlH )Uiindard) ) (til ( onipany (Inn and Oils _________-________________-__ fi2.25H. I 154 1.1.] II. ( ----------.-- ---- Merchant ---_- -__-_-_-_- ___ __._______ del. |I. ] 1)241) Od.i I. lD21!) 10.on) 5.00 l'
166 A. II. Ireen --------- ----- --- Oct. I, ,li-'l ( it c, I. 3 lilt I tin
lucHd t have ) the follow. II. Hubbard Company, shovels _______________________________ 18.67 IJBKln Merchant ________ .1 \
( This house bill 'No. 1 was Ing described property Bituute lyInir A< M Ilanl'hul'r. supplies ______________-___________________ _____ .10 too T. l. -------------- .-- (Inrutce ---- ____-__-______ lt. I. 1928 Ott. 1, 192-) 8.no I 1.50 n.. '
167I6K ( May ---------------- ------------ I. 1928) 4 lit. I I 192-1) ) l"..noOct. 6.On
"C. rred to committee, and It Is and being In Bradford .ounty. HayeH ) brhllt lumber ____________________________ 49.56 'lLI,1 Merchant _____________________ c..r. ,
I l.'lurldii.. clescr bed ax llown: 'v. I'). Torode, warehouse ______ _____________________________ 10.Oo .11"'''Kit ----_-_-_--_-__-_-_-_-_ ._-.--. ) $ I. 1928 4 let. 1 1. I 1929.-! 3./1) 1.54 I"I "
hop __ _______ _____ ___
iiiderstood, that there was an In- All that portion of East Three hlxle Culvert and Metal Company corrugated pipe ______ ________809.12 I 169 u llarj.er | o,1(. j I.; | ;928, ot; j I.; ji2'i,) !' i). I no) (
___ __ __
Hho
harbor ___ __ ._ __
Fourth of Southeant >iinrter of fmlth'H 1(10( City Rho\ ----- -- ----- f'II'I.r | Oct. 1. 1928) Oct I I. 192'lOct. 6.on 2.50 I
J'rmal, | Oarage, tractor repairs
conference with that comlilttee louthi-RKt quarltr. Section 24. Township McUonald t and Hurgman, tractor--parts-----:::=:::::::::::::: ::::::: 54.62 8:41 18 T A V Store ------------- ---.____.___._________ I. 1928) Oct. I I. 192-'). s.oo 1.60 I ,

__ __
Crew Lawyer ___ ____ _
at which conference emln- (8 t. Range 21. Kant, lying 'rorOJe-Hlh'h. Company, repairs ________________________:_______ 31.56 A. H. ------------,--.---- ---_-__--_-_____ ___ __ ._ ot 1. 1928.Oct. 1,- 1929.-10.00 6.00- i' .c
North of I Butler and Starke Andernon'H ( ___________ __ 18.1: J. T. Hutton --------- M"rl'hant h ii 1 1928 I lIII.D) : ( ( I a.t', 2
liwvers and judges of Florida arrived .kt larage, repalrH __ __ ___ ______-________ 8.36 WBMdln ___________._______ oc. t.t. :11 I.bl
highway, (being the old highway) J.V.. Andrew Jr. _______ .____ __ __ __ I 164IAS It. --------------- -- I I. I 1928 Oct. t. HI.') I. l.i 1: '
;
repairs __ _________________ 945Vf. : ( I
Ureen' (laraKe litn-Ke __________________
at the that proof off also South Half of Northwest 4 ------ -- - ou. I I. 1928 int. 1. 1929Krrol I 1000(I too ,\
and >.
opinion [ _____ __
Moody grader part __ __ __.____ ___________ 87.55 ,
-- I Ilitrber I S
Alvnre Shop _____________________
quarter and Southwest quarter( of Hank of Starke, pav rolls 688. IXUrudford ISO : ------------ --- od. 1, 1138 II" !. 1.121 l 111) .60' :
iibl'oatlon need show in only oneS Northeast uunrter of Section 19. County llank, pay -role-----::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::811.18: 167 W. H. Wainwright Park --------------..-- I'hVBlclun! --------------------- o.t., |I. ]121* fl)< I, ) 5.00

"Urnai. Township 0, Hmith Itange 22 Emit, Hltth'H H.rvlc. Station, supplies -______.____________.__::_____272.2* *168 ((1.V..Htarke Fun. ---- ---) -.-- Mochaiit------------------------l & ____.___ o, t. I, I ( 1, 192') ) !a l 'III, ) I I -
and Mouth half of Northeast quaiter B, naU" ___________ 109 Kant Dlrecl"rl IJtul.rt.Ier. jmh.ll.rM 1.1. I. 1928) Ott I 192-t' 26. 13 5A I'
1 H. Jubhnrd. ___ __ __._ ____,_?________ 10.00 (
House bill No. 1 Is a legislative and North half of Southeast ,(u.rter'nd Jt 10.11Rank 170 I'nul I J. Curne --- ------ ---- ltlwr -_____?_______________ Oct.) I 1. I 1928 Oct. I I 1120 2.nf 1 10 I ;
Stock Co. Know __ _______ _____
Interrretatlon Southeast of Northwest lit William ------- --- \ML'I.vllt Jan. 21 1929 : IH29) .
21 of quarter of Starke J.n.
of section ar- __SS!>..19rirailford :1 I/
; "----- --------- Store .r
and Northeast of ::::: ::=:: : : 172 Andrews -- ---- -- -- ----------------------- Oct. I. 1128 Oil. I 1129. ,100) 1.
quarter quarter I County f'k pay rolls _______ ___ ::: : ::: 68305
jule I ______
3 of the constitution but a -- L. HlBW ---------- 1'hynlclll _______ .
Houthwem quarter of Suction 24. ). 73 J1. -------- --------- Oct. I. 1928 ( lit. I. 1929. _10.00( 5 oa
llaynes. May I
I juilic( al Interpretation will be re- Township 6 In, South all HlnKe. 21. East and W. K. Torode, expense meelln, Slav--::::::::::-::::::::::::=::::::: Lao Jl.on: 174'175 Uicy. V. VernoN Hitch ----------------------------------- It-Htaurnnt I.iinch Hland- _- _________.__._______________.._.____.__- Oct. |1.I. I 1928 lOIN Ott. I I I.I. 1929|Iq 12)1) 6.01) 314. .1.

I lulred said the county attorney, containing ninety acres, more thret or Ie.. the same C.11.: A A., Weeks Futch., Salary expense May meeting-I_--,--May---_::::::::=:::=::-_::::::::::: 60.00 5:00 ITS W T. Turner --__.-------- ------ Merchant Merchant ... _____________________________ 0.1. I. 1128) 11'1.Oct. I, lit-") 6.01" I r-n
of Bald defendant 177 S. Courtney --- --- -- ------ ----- ocl. I. 1928( Oct. I. 11129 3.00) 1.60
I |<> settle the matter. lie believes ieing l the property 4turke ''el.phont l'ollany. phone service ________________________ .61) Strickland Merchant __
I"). I. Amen, and subject to ITS Kvn ---------- ---- ----- --------------- Oct. 1, 1928 ( id. l, 1129) ) 3.114)( ) I 1.541 f
W.
K.) Torode war.houMt rent ._ _________________ _________ 10.0O '
X __
j Pint perhaps a judge or judges of the lien of the mild judgment or decree f'. A. "'llch. In.ldpnlal expenses __ ._________________ _______ I tIll I I'. J. Pearce ------ I 4)01 Koom -----_?---__---------- ( let. I, 1 1128 ((1-t. I, 11129 6000))) -ft OO
mild de- 14 1 ItO Clark Show --------- -- ---- --- Tent Show _---_--____ __ Jan. :ill 192! I->l 1 1121 3000Carola I 15.no6nr
and willell the above -- >
Ilia supreme court of Florida apI'Mirtd ," County T.I.gr"\h. ndvertHlnl __________________ ____ Cafe ._ 4 ',
I I Hcrlbed property at public outcry to (I'. A. Knight. ____________________.__._____! 44. 19ijUKley 181 tfa(1,1. l, 1138 Oct. 1, 1921) 10.Oil) > ,
lalel Hell Lunch Cafe _.______. _____._._
Itlue --- __
before the committee of the the highest and bent bidder for cash, and Pavls, concrete 7.75 182 ------- --- Oct. 1, 1928 4 liSt. 1, 1 192') 5.01)) 1 6a

I louse' when that committee was on (Hie first Mond.y. the ".n.e helnl Standard oil Company, gas and oils----_-_-_-_-__-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-__-_-_-_-_-__-_- 42.00I I 18.1 I"V.. KoHHer Store) -_------ ----- Itetttnuriint -_ -- ---------------- -- Oct. 1. I illS ( )lit. I, 1929.) 6.OO( 2.50I .1J
4th ), I 184 The Quality ---- -- - Mnrchant ---*----------------- l-,4.-li., I ID 1 I1I2'I') ( lit, I, I 192') ) ._ A.00 I 1.50 1 ,
the day Novemh.r C. Jones .upple. __________________________________ ______ 14.48 Chevrolet Co. _
I imsiderlng") house bill No 1 But front door of the county courthotiBeof J. F. Colley, ?. .___nu_________-___________2i________ 18.02 183 Torod"-Kltch (Mill-nice --------------------- I"l'b. 9, 111.II (let. I, i 1921)) I 10.00 6110) '
Bradford county In Starke, Florida 1 5)1 Caul Maxt ------- -- --- -- larago ---------------- ----- Oct. I, 1928 Ort. 1, 1921?) 10.00( 6 00
Ji I f they did appear before the .lm. Mott Bridge lumber n ------------_______________i___,____229.12 (afe Ciife '
I tmimlttee between and within the legal W. n Drew ('n.. olllre supplies .__u________________________ is.50Kurgman 117I Magnolia Bro .---- ---- ------- ---------------- ------- ) ( I 11128 (lit. 1, I 192-1) ) II).OOlVli. 6.noR '
") and gave any opinion hours of Hale on xald date. to satisfythe Tractor Company tractor parts _______________________ 91.09 1 844 Aniler-on --------------- Inmate -----------------------_ 18 I 9211Oct. ) (let. I, 1921.,1.OO() 00

I I lib opinion is not binding on theI Bald writ of ",,,'u10n. together Torode-Hltch Company, r.palr ___-_______________________!..______ 44.10 Ml John lIege ------------------- Merchant --------------------- 1. 1928 (1,1. t, 192') )) 3.0011t I 1.541 -

with Interest the costs Anderson'H Oarage, repair _________________,______________________ 4. )IS 190 I It. K. Knight ----------------, Lawyer -------------------- Oct. I, 19211 Oct. I' I I92Ort. )) 00 6 4)0< .,

I ipmme' court the county attor- ,f this proceeding.. 1m I h's Oaraga, tractor repair ______._____________________________ 5.75 '91 H. V. KnlKht H-rvlce--Station--------.-..-.----. lrege Lawyer .-. ----------------- 1, I HI.9 Oil. I, 192't 10.00 & no ''S
%v. J. EppERgON '* Wurvlce Station, supplies _______,______________251.55 192 Starke -------?--------------- ot. l, 192-1) ocr. I, 1-121 III$).)OO) 6 no
"xplalned ------------
I JK'J Sheriff of Urad ford county. I 19.1 HoNle demon --------------- M-rchant ---_?----------- --- 4 lit. I, 19-8 (ct. 1 19293.0O) 1 1.60

, I Onn QucNtlon to 1hMIlIO 10-4-61-11-1. Total disbursement ____________ -----------____________$14,102.37 194 Herman Iteflnlnn 8. Kaplan Co-----_ .-_----.-_--_-_- Merchant Whole-ale _llanollneLem _--__--------------. .- Ort. 1. 1928) oct, I, HI.'i) ) W. War Vet
195 (lulf
------------- (lit. I. 1928) Oct. I I. 192> 10.00( 600
- i Tho question remains to be >oritn TO JKllIlItS Al U cHiu110115 : Recapitulation 196 (loodwlne ---------- ---- Merchant) --__---_-------- ------ Mur.2l 1929) Ot-t. I, 1929 3.00 1.60 -

19719H L. A. Alvnre --- -------- ----- Merchant _. __,_________ Mar. 26 III.1)) .1.119Oft.
'llell. Crofton said "whether I December 31st, 1128 amount on hand _____________$5,133.77 -- ----- Oct. I, 192 I f 50 l
11. A. I'rescott --------------- Merchnnt i ---_-------_--- ----- 1, I I92N( Oct. 1, I I92'l* ) 300) 1.54
tiecemuzer lll-t.) It2j.{ amount hand
'
; lioot() of publication of every local on { nnu 11)9 1))I. Medauley! Merchant __ ._
...
June.laol.tonilunl.nni ------ -- ---------------- Nov. 11 1928 Oct, I 1929) 3.00 1.56
30. 1929. and tax
I fill required to appear in both Notice In hereby dlHtrlbuteeii given that and all .Iun.Trannferred from r..elv.d interest gas and sinking Cuntl. 200 C. A. John _- -- --- ------ -- Merchant --------__--___----.. tilt l, 1928 Oct. 1, l 2'Kpham 3.4)( )) I Mt '

'I creditors leg.letH. .01 : Thoma -------------- Lunch, Htunil .-------------.---- ---- Oct. I, 1928 Oil. |, 1929. 6.00 2.60 .S
________ ___
I'le' 8Kaln.tth" for Interest paid ___ _______16,500.00
the nil _
and
J the _
lournal of house Estate p.r.on. C..Ialm.. de Disbursements ______ ____ 'n' _____________ 14.10217 202 It. J, Hoyctte) --- Merchant -------------------- Apr. N. 1129 Oct, 1 1929 I.60Oil. .7ft '

: |"ui' >hal of the senate. And l it the ceased hereby Alh't required H"wkt.present Amount to balance --- .______________u_______ 70t: L. I. John ---._---.-_----------- Mi-rchnnt ------------- -------_ I, 1928* Ort. 1 I, H29 :3)14)) 1 60
art 8.83.981.88 ?04 Hoy 1.. 4l Inlnea ------ -- ( Caraa-e Air 2 5.00) .
2 60
-- ------ ---------------- ,1929 at. 1, 192't ,
} !tptme' court decides that It must "aln. '1111 authenticatedto 2052IIH Hrooklnr-TnrnliMied Trio ._ ,a ulo Dunler ---.----------- ------ Star, :III t i 1921 Oct. 1 i I9JIMr ) I HI.UO .500 .

1 IPP) ar In both It will the lonor"bl.
journals (fount within one 30. 1929, to amount on hand ____ ,___.____.. 207 Thomas Conner ----------- -- I'-ddler --------------- -..-.-- World War Veteran
I for his ,
[lieby strike down and hold void Florida. approval C, A. purling -- Merchant ___ ._
$3.08.8 iJOS ----- ------ -- ----------- --- May 6 1929 Oi t. 1,1929) 1.00) 7Apr.
year from date hereof or this no Bond Fund 299 O. T (iac1-n: --------------- Vendor of Medicine 13, 1929 Otf. I I. 1929) ) (121
i fiiiuireds ----------------
of local laws affecting and
tCt wil bt held Indebted In liar to thereto Bald ejtatexr. Overdrawn. December 31, 1928 ____ ________ _____ $ 34.83 210 W. H. William --_ -------.-- V n.lor ot Medicine. ----------------. May 14 l 1921) Oct. I, 1929( 12 KO 6.25
Fa (rally the entire state of Flor- I 211 W I-J. York ---- --- -- FVilillem _
-- W
er.onl -- I
-- ---------------------- May IK 11131( ( lit t, 19.1 W Vel.
: HI .' reyue-etd to pay their alil tlebtnforlhwllh Interest and Sinking FundDec. 212 JnHper I. William ----------- i Life In-iiri-nun) ------...-- ---- May 141 1929) (1 lit. 1 112!) W.V Vet. ,

I 1 The circuit court in Miami to the underpinned fX"IU-1 31st, to amount on ham! ______ __.____.. $19031.57 213 Llovd Moore .. ._. -.-. -- Merchant, ...-----.------------ May 18 IH2'')) Oct. t 1929Oct. 1.60 .7* ..Si
.
: t C. days declared an act of Lore. i I 4 It. L. Ward ------ -- Vendor of Moillrinu I, 11129* ) Oi I I 1921Mav ) 12.6(1)
ago Th'l 25th day of October, A. D., .luna 30, recelrit for taxes _._____ ._______._,__ 35,06326 Ins. Merchant ---- ------- --- t. I.
ItoH-nhera-'H ..
215 ----------- .8) 1929
p 1929 legislature relating toI" Interest on bondl due July let ___ __u __ .___ 24.1OOOO Merchant --- ------- ------ ) Oi t. I, 1129) I.SO .71
191ALTER ANt MAE Transferred to general fund for Interest paid .. __ 2111) Willie Johnson --- ----------- .---_--------------- May 29 11129 Oct. I 193')) 1.511 .75
> and aviation fields uncon- H RERaENT 1.600.01 217 WIggins iros. >----------- Tiirp-ntln Operators ___. ___ Oct.' 1, I9S8 (k-t, I 1921) 20.III! in.noI )
II hlcWKl1( $I'lItlhi'NT1 Amount to balance __ __ .___ .._. __ _____.._..____ ---- ,
21* Wigging lime-------------- Merchant __ ( 'it. tillS ) .on .6
I'lt1. M.Hewke. --- -- -- ---------- 1. Oct. I I. I)3) .1
C.
I 'ional of of Allen
but
no proof publ- I Executor'Katate tleceaned. June 30th to amount on hand _____ __. ________.___ 8,494.83 19 Wiggins A- Smith ------------ Turp-ntlne Operator ------------- Oct. 1, 1928 (let, I. l 1)129.) 20.(to 14)00)
I I >1'I( : of that act appeared on 220 Wlpr-Mn Smith --- --- ------ Merchant ___---_---------------- Oct. 1, 1928 Oct. I, H.9 3.on |.ftq

I''r elh- 11-2 ?- __________ 221 p. W. William .__ ---- ----- .Merchant ------------------ May 6 1929 Oct. 1. 1929 1.50 ..72ft-
X urnal, and of course It was un- 222 Healmord oil Co------------ (luollne Dealer ---- May 18 llti'l Oct, I I, 1921K 5.00* *

l"i' itutlonai.I 321 M. John -- ------- Lawyer loft _
-------- ------------- Oct. 1. Oct. I, 1921W. 10.00 6.0*
224 I II. Kdward ._.___ (luriia-- (, .t. ,1928 .
------- -?--- --- ( i. ltd I, I 929 1 10.0(1) C (*in -
I am of the opinion that sec- REPORT ON .LICENSES 226 L. A. Urown -_- _- Itrl.r Shop -------___------------ (let. I, 1928) Oct. 1. 192-1) l.oo 60
224 W. H. Smith ---- -- --- Merchant (let. I 11)28 ,
jnn 21 of article 3 of the constl- ---- -- --------------- (Oct I 19-9 .1 ((10 1 K* '
227 W. H. Smith ----- ---- --- 'I'urpentlna (Vpxrutor --_--------- (tct. ii 11).II Oct. I li 1929 20.00( 10.0I .
1 In, does not In any way affect 228 fouise William _- -- -- ---- Merchant 1 Oct, .
of Licenses issued by the tax collector of Bradford County, duplicates of which have ?------------------- Ocr. I, Ill1'l n.oo.l.no 6A
Report Tho Mill Mi'l-chunt ____ .
221 _
I'1'' of the legislature relating to ---- ------------- -- ------------- Oct. I I. 1921 Oct. I. isIs 1.50
been filed with the County Judge for the period beginning on the first day of Oct.. A. D. 1929, and end- 2.14) KrroV Alvarez --. ...... --- Merchant -_..--___-----_________ ,411. 10 I9'l) ) Ocr. I. 1121) t mitoon) .75(
I1"I and towns, as Indicated by D. 1929. LIt Hrook-r Turpentine Co ----- Turpnnlln, Operator ----._.__._. --- Apr. 23 19.1)) t.t. I, 19 211 6 0l.nO

I'K of Mlddleton vs.f' Ing on the 31st day of Oc.. A. '02 Jo*. William --- ------- ----- Poor Itorini ----_____---------------- 4 let. I. 1928 Oct. I, 19211Jun. ) 25.110)

Ilorldl case 211 Hradford Co. farmer Hup., Co. Merchant ____,----------- 29 1939) oct, I, It.) 1.60 .75

: tugilatine, where it was held I Henry BoyeB, ___ __ ___ .-- Merchant -- -- -- ---- .-- Dot.Wholesale i 1.191 Oct, 1. 1921) Lea 1.6 114 Mradford Co. Farmer Sup Co.- Whol-aal* Merchant --------- --. Jun. Hit !1829 Oct. I, ISIS .78 .40
__ Oil Dealer ___ .__ ___ < -t. Oct. t 1921 26.00 25 Olin J. Mathenjr l.unch Miami _.
I u acts cities and 8 wtanimrn till Co. n .- I rl ------ --- ---- ---------------- -- -- Jul. l, 1921) Oct. 1, 1939 2.541. 1 2)
relating to Wholesale Oil Dealer ____ ____ {),.t. 1. 1928 Oct. 1 : : 7te: r H ttobort Merchant
fluIf! CO-------- n_ 192'21:01 ----- ---------- --------O.t. I I. Ills ( let. 1. III. :* lou I Ml

I1,* were not covered by eectloai' 3 4 } nw.I.Unlni Co.Sinclair __ __ Merchant _______________ ()ct. I. 1928 Oct. I. 3.0/ 1.60 3fl W. *. tteusccflt, Jr. .__.-___ Pool Koom --------_-------------_ May 1, 1929 ().t. I, 1929 37.6O 1860.7S
Dealer _________ 1 1928 (Set. n. 1. Merchant ..
I Refining Co--------- Wholesale .01 --- Oct. 1 1929. / 12.54) 238 Sapp --- ---- ---- -- Jul. l, 1939 tt-t. |, HIJI) i.gn .
article 3 of the constitution I 1 standard Oil Co. _________-- Merchant __._____u__ _______ (Ice. 1. 1928 Oct. 1. 19293. 1.60 3:39: Southern Drua Co. -- -.- -- Medicine Vendor ---------- -------- Jul. 30, 1939 Oct 1, 192924O "" 6.25

r rl< to the 192S amendment." I 7 Baxter & Crew ------- .------ Merchant _. ----,---------------- ()Ct. I, 1928 u
I ________ Merchant __._______________ War .41 herbert Hrown) Merchant
I Jack narn" _______ u DI".bl"1 VeteranPan --- ------------ ----------------------- Auw. I, 1929 (let. I I. 1929A" 1.60 .7*
I!'latlve to the bill validating g Am. I'et. Corp. ____ ___ Wholesale Oi Dealer _______,______ O t. 1. 1921 0.1. I. ._ ..n12.. O '43 Wllhurn (t'. Young --------- 1'vslean)! ) -- ------ ---------------- *' L I"29 Ocl. I, 1921 5.00 260

|'") da 1 for the purchase of the 9 A. M. Hlanc-hartl ___________.___ Merchant 1 -________________ Ort. 1. Oct. 1, 1929.. 3.01.6 ) 241 iommis 11. Illll -- -- -- -- ----- -- With Weii. Sire A Mar. In*. Co.. Jul. 6. 1929 Ocl. I. I9i i 1.60 (' S

} "! 10 M. Hlanchartl ______________ Merchant No.2 .----__ __________ f..t. 1 1Hool I. 1928 Oc. 1. 1929.. 3.00* 1.60 241 lacer Hyrd -------------- ----- Lunch Counter --------------------- AUK. i 11)23 (let, 1, i920 W. V.1'. Vet.. .
Coast Canal the county at- 1 T.A. N. Harris _______________ Hoom _____u_________________ flt. 1. 1924 1. 12960.10( 21.111) 241 K. T. Htwewart ---- --- --. Merchant ---------------------- -Aua". 9.' 1921 Oct."l"l921 I.6O) .7' 5

Imny' said that proof of publlcann 1 Alex Tucker .___ ___________ Merchant -- ------------------- 1. 1928 Oct. 1. ... 3.01 144 W ('. Stephenson ---- -------- Merchant -------------------------s ui 10 till 1 Merchant Oct. I IHarber 1. 1928 I 1929.. 247 W. C. ephenon .._ Cnfe .
_____ 1.60 ------- Auir. 10 1929 Oct. TI929 160 1.2%
( M. 1- ------ -- -------------------- 3.01 ---------------
] of the bill appeared In both (Irady Ladhol._______________ --------------------- Oct. 1. 192R Oct. 1. I C1.._ IO.10 24414t ThereH-a Turpentine ('n. ----- Turpentine Operator ------------- Oct. I, 1928) Oct. I, 1929 30.no) 10.04

f'lirnaU and that the supreme 16 18 Ford Oarane ._______ .-- Carafe ------------------ l>ct. 1I.awyer 1928 Oct. 1.' 1>'._ There-Ma Turpentine| Co. ----- Merchant, --_--------....--__._ Oct. 1, I92X (lit. 1, 1929 3.(10 is.
I In Book __________ Spoiled .ISO It. A. Week --------------- --- Turpentine (Iperator------------- Oct I. 1128 Oct. 1, 1929 2O.OO* 10 08

mrt approved the act. 17 Canc.l"t. "" _____________ ------________________ Oct. I. 1821 Oct. 1. 12910.0/ 6.00 251 R, A. Week --------------- -- Merchant ----------------------.. Oct. 1. 1)12)1) ) Oct. I, 1921 lUll I 60

i Where a referendum Is held, he 1 13 K.- Purrymiin ._____________ Lawyer --________.__________ Oct. 1. 192) Oct. 1. 192110.0/ 6.0/ 252 l_ B. WatUworth ------------- Merchant ---------------------- Oct. J. 192H ( cl. I, 1929. 3 OO 1.56
Starke Hardware and Fur. Co. Merchant _________________ Oct. 1. 1921 Oct. I, .. 263 253 I* K. Wadworlh -------- Turp-ntfne Operator --------------- Opt. I. 1938 Oct. I. 1 29- 20.01) 16.66
aid no proof of publication isl"c 20 Mancuc-rlte' Bhoppa ________ Merchant _, --___.__________ Oct. I. 1921 Oct. 1. 192_. a.oo 1.60 164 I'. O. hayes ----- ------------- Merchant --------------------- Mar. 1. 1929 (Jet. 1, l9 3.ocl) 1.56

''ssary 21 M. Alvare _________ Merchant .. --- ___________ Oct. I, 1921 Oc I. I92Y.. 5.00 3.00 255! Jacob ftoer -----_._------ Merchant ...----- Sep. 14 19-1 (lit. I, 1921 1.5iUr. > .76

S3 J. Prun Co. __________ Merchant Druggist l ____.________ Ot-t. I. O. 1. 1929.. 4 60 2.26 36* O. U llmyne -------------- Dentist ------------------- --- (ict. I, 2828 Oil. I, 1939. 10.0 5.86 r

23 Corpenln HlKhwayMarket ______ __ Meat Dealer ____________._________ Oct. 1Kstaurant 1928 1. 1929._ 6.00 2.60
I Clewlston Contract awarded 2 J. Boyd ____-_____ ----------------- Oct. 1, 193 Oct. 1. 129. 600 1.11) We, Geo. A. Gardiner, County Judge, and C. A. Knight. Tax Collector of said county, do certify

IT J. I.. Wnlte Son _.-..__-.- Merchant ------------------- Oc. 1Merchant 193 Oct. I. 1929.. a.oo that the foregoing Is correct. Given under our hand and Official Seal of County.Judge, this let day of
construction of 40 homes for 2 Service Bta. No a.- _,_______________ 1. 192* Oct. 1. 19J9.. t.00 1.60 .

("Kro laborers in Canal Point dl- Z W.Supremer 11. Fender .____ _________ l.unch: Stand -_ ________ .n_ Oct. 1, 192 oc. 1.11.1.00 2.60 October A. P. 1929. S

'Illon Htern'* Oarage _________ (.ara.. -- ---- ---_---- -_ Oct. 1, 192* '.00 OEO. A. GARDINER. County Judge. 4 ,,
of Southern Sugar Com- 2 HeaUter _____ ____ Uarage ------------_-___ Oct. 1. 1928 Oct 1. 129 10.00 6.0O
any, Freeman .____ Shoe) sap .. Oct. 1. Oct. 1. 1129. t.oo (SEAL) C. A KNIGhT Tax Collector. f&'S
a V. C. Holllne.worth -- -- ---- ---------- U2 1.1








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; Bradford County TelegraphEstablished ytarthe people will wake up and titles aloud. Palm 1 Is-: i

i From Other Pens I ; demand their rtght-t." taround town Ii; ;- ( counties but .d: '-
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1877 At tbirt-':..*: "1'd be rich if i'd'dstayed '. Long pending federal! ,, ,

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At Tm! sick of reformers. 1 interest item
H. the ban driveHIi tortyt A little human
a goahawful
i Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class gave I' ." article states: You had to leave the table I I The awards sal ".
i from recent news
golf shoes ca..eIIDdooe: \ a
{ "'I' Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida ilia knickers snickered at hi* At foft'fl.eIt&t of It?- i A ISO.00 fire destroyed. the I' For saying naughty later Mable little? things I second day's at'--u' .

fiN:'ks. At fifty: "Tbaak God rye sot a,Ocean County courthouse but. About your ment's quarterly M

.I E. S. Matthews __ _____nnn. ____Owner and Publisher For he had a hole in one.-Jigga I' good .bed." I: more than that it destroyed the ,[ Perhaps a harmless little knew word it' 'I C for the work. w.nday. /-
before :
Slipped out you .
after whirli:
_________ Managing !ID Tarpon Springs Leader. At ttttyv: : "The human raceisn't rendezvous of Toms River "pet-/ n
J. C. Robinson_______ __ ___n EditorI I I Your father wrinkled up his brow Lions heard
I __ o,-_. worth caving tera" who for fifty years have beenallowed i were
a* a I make him rue it! '
? n' +i'And said 1" bridge J'Q
-- (i South Carolina bootlegger employed At stxtr: "I tetteved that oaee. to do their courting in the matters -
I' work." And so you left the dining room The other proj> .
SUBSCRIPTION RATE a hears 'to haul their At _t-fiM: "It .oa. courtroom without molestation."
At seventy: ."Tb4I"orId has I virtually destroyed Amid the others' laughter.But contract award w.i" '
{ shine.I i A more appropriate vehicle The building was ,
Yearly, $1.30) ; Six Months '75c: -Payable in Advance !,could not be toted-Starke TeleI c1aqM.o..n. Daily Seep and the fire burned the I still you hang your bead In Road 24 In 011< ,.' "'

Advertising Rates Application.,. j graph. So you spent your vacation -o-- law library of Judge Arthur Gorman shame which L. B. McLo'..i i '
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thereafter.Now
of pleas For many days company, of Tampa .
-- this summer in South C.rollDa- Highlifthts The Sain Tax PtaaPoaaiMy I Gallagher common times bare changed ne times ed aa the apparent '"'

r } The yo yo ba taken the place of the dodo. Sebring News...o_.. f It will be of of some.m interest of- I i conrt-Fire Chief C. C. Wills could not I will do-" The awards todii ,,I kfollowing
aaay: people There sits the modern babHs' )'- e
o )1.! ParagraphWhat: make I determine the cause of the blaze. :
he offered la
aJ] advantages
sp heard, he spaks
and
the leaves reel dartag the I He that the cellar door seen Road 24, Osceol!)i ,
torn explained
Road 13 is carrying its full share of the tourist traffic. adopting of a sale tax to replacethe his mind \t
.t.-ln. E. W. C., SCarke, present. antiquated plan of i of the building: had not been lock Cloud to Holopaw I. i v0
I aad that the He even eu.maybe.. Construction! Comp\
0 Pla. Oh. probably becaas the entire harden ed in fifty years m
placingthe tax upon Ml
that
"Now aln't
The state road department should be commended for its trees are atr'plag themselves nak lands and personal belongings.It young: people of Toms River had I Iia: parents? say. I210.U7.95.
cute
I
Road 4, Palm
I' clandestinely met
Thnea-1/Bio H."I
ed. Florida for
many years
i'' d! + decision to buy all road materials possible within the state. --o-- ,:: produce tax from two million in th* courtroom. Cbeif Wills was "A witty child Is Carling. Del ray to the Rr..\I "
lAr5; people. I' "Glre him another slice of pie,
line Morgan HID Pit
such couple
that
o not sure bat some :
Some* more useless advice beIng [ "
F.ve hundred thousand tourists might have had something to do "Yo 'il starve the little: darling! Miami $%40,167 9..

Hunting before the season officially opens is proving to be iwiasing.! banded" -oat Bradford under "Rales County for will pay their share through .1 I with the fire. Road 28, Putnam ., I.

expensive both in Bradford and other sections of the !state. Telegraph.. Which does the "use sales tax plan. "" stone heights to n...,. ?.
The average tax per pcraon will r Really though. "Ir.11". it Short Route ToFlorahome O'llespie, Inc., Pala'k!
1_ raise the ,
o apply to--to* or Io.iss
be $
G t kissing. -. Delray Beach 1'_.. f would take a Gilbert and Garbo to ,! 40.
', Auto carrier trucks should be required to carry riding Both. Are you willing to pay your tart a fire of such size. We grant I' Soon Road 143 Palm n, If

7 lights spaced along their full length or stay off the highways -0-- I pert? 'you that couples of a amateur Pahokee to Belle < ;

+ The proponed safes tax will provide standing: might start smaller conflagrations Grove, Sons and <,mt .
30.-T. n. nile.! ?
after nightfall. F0rlda won when the state roaddepartment I I Palatka. Oct. ]
p'y the naceaaary revenue to enable t but a fire of such magnitudereany I the do. $104,808.70.
took a favorable vote pie, InO-I Palatka, was appar-
0-- the state to take 13 t-% : it la quite out of the constructionof The highway boa lm/
on the Shand resolution specifying mmal ent low bidder for the
if the off of eel and 'I busy this morning n. .
;' ; Inverness Chronicle is seeking to find out flapperswear state materials for state highway estate question. 12.53 miles of state highwayNo. ,

?penders to keep! their skirts up or skirts to hold their construction.: Mr. Shands is, property, and this! is one of the III4 I 2$. the Palatka-Lake City rioua contracts for mi...
most Important features offered by But at that Mr. Wills gives us Announcement WH' '
iQtl
: I to be commended for pushing this i : Short Route. from Keystone'
:44 suspenders down. the sales tax plan. 1 someth'.ng: to think about. Do you In bids the board bad uu.-id, |>liftcon..lct
Iseu to a successful conclusion. Heights to Florabome opened -
o Sbould the tax plan be adoptedby 'suppose that loving couples could crews as @I"'J' 'Iblt
; .
; Tallahassee State News.o by the state highway department 1
legislative act. it will be a have anything to do with the on road No. 78. tom ',tnf
This week the laws passed by the last legislature ate carried --- at Tallahassee yesterday.The I ,
fire. that highway betty
I means of bringing about prosperityIn alarming number of forest bid KHVa
amount of the Gillespie
i'' in the Telegraph. While not as thrilling as the latest he mass of the people are willing Florida. around here lately? And all the I villa Beach and St AH" 'I,
to join in to support their! government was $150.590.40.The
popular novel they will help pass away the time. < by becoming .a taxpayer. Wo have the sunshine we have time we have been placing the stretch Is a; link in one of I: TlI'tt'IIY\

the climate. but neither of them I blame on the farmers and cigarette the most important highways In XOTH'K: TO : \
o then the merchants should be willing -
to act receiver for them and being taxable and if our land con butts. the state system, and upon Its com-
'
p, Experts have figured that pedestrians are fairly safe on such as each tinues to be BOld for taxes, and by I pletion the road will be finished Notice Is hereby KI-; ail
forward tax consumer -
the highways at night if they wear light colored clothes. will pay to the as proper officials. th>. means be returned to the state I Cus I Perhaps. Mr. Chase would help from Florahome to the Columbia' payers of Bradford '/'" i,.|
and taken from the tax books in a bit of legislation requiring I tax books for the .
It will motor payni call
Wearers of dark clothes should carry lights, front and rear.gy0 Crescent City Journal.o county line. open
what will )be left to tax. other than tall, .. parked cars to be fully equip- tiafflc to Keystone Heights and a and personal taxes ,- ,/Illn[ |
.. -- -- I
Florida has anything by to tax everybody according to their[I pod with chemical fire extinguish valuable trading territory.It Friday.) November IHI
never
t Another section of road 28 let for paving the state prison 'I halves.". ""bE'D". have a hurricane spending power.If ''ers. ___ I !Is planned to eventually extend To all parties who> ''ncrl:

farm road to be rushed to completion and the New River we have it sweep around the you spend less you pay less; the highway from Florahome taxes during the month IItm.

; lower. end of the state with no if you spend more you pay more.Isr't In place of roller skates each: f to Flagler Beach, affording tourists her a discount of foul, ,'< -n- I 11
bridge contract to be let in December. are moving onward.o I girl should pack a garden hose and allowed. Other dlsi arrl
particular damage and then sendIt that fair? l entering the state at the Lake
o all through the other states for Some are often< heard to ay "let. tire ax. In case the hose failed to City gateway a short route to both December three per "-PII iiiiuarjl)

'' Tallahassee Democrat says making love is like making publicity purposes and they all the government: do this and do ,,cool an work.amorous driver the ax tho central section of Florida and two per cent; and F",.1', un w|

that." not tblnklllg that the government I would the East Coast, and averting the per cent.
pie-lots of crust, some applesauce and a little dough. With label It the "Florida Hurricane. _
-even in Canada. Cross City is the people. And If that necessity for the long detour via C. A. KM' ii-
: plenty of dough the remaining ingredients are not. so impor :New 15 percent or 20 percent of the : A woman in Jacksonville threw Jacksonville. Tax ,11. ,otitK1

tant. --o-- population being owners of real estate :a bottle at her husband missed l The department adopted a resolution -
I him and fatally injured her daughter ll'.1
o Lake City holds the record of should stop payng: taxes offered by Commissioner: I.

North Florida towns for catching what would the other 80 percentdo [ I! A. Shands of Gainesville calling
} Catts testified in his trial in Tampa that he "sometimes I!, Xo woman should throw bottlesat .
rum runners going north and the for money to run the government i for the purchase, so far as possible. The revival to be 1 < t lathe

dabbled in politics" He doubtless caused other politicians to!I result, of the campaign is now be- ? her around.husband when the childrenare I I I I lot materials produced within the Methodist church n ,ias!!'

lose more sleep than any other man who has "dabbled" in I I ing seen. Inhabitants ot that live The\ people enjoy the benefits state of Florida. tor will begin Sunda tol

town report see'ng: a billy goat eating of what Is provided for our com- He will have as song >mnull
Florida politics. an elephant. Starke Tel forts from tax money, then why l>ntw Your Own Conclusion Tallahassee Fla.. Oct. 29.-The co-worker." Rev. C J "'
-0-- graph. Only one man saw it, according not the whole people join In providing Vineland At. the Lincoln county: picnic at state road department today I of the South in o.onvllhj
the
rotllng-pln-throwlng
Hardly a week passes without report of one or more to Editor Hill of the Re- the comforts? Not any of contest was won by Mrs. W. II. awarded contracts for the con- Methodist. church.

porter, and he only thought he saw us want to be deprived of mjrtlcl- I .. '
de:.'.hs by drowning in this section.! Very few of the small Upsalt. who threw the rolling-pin _. __ "
it. Lake City Gaeztte.V. paling In the operation of our government -
craft used by fishermen safe to in rough waters when 67 feet. Mr. Upsall won the 100-
are use so lode as It does not costun l. =
yard dash for married men.-Eng-
heavily loaded. \ S. Alyea of Citrus County anything but some will think l.I
lish paper, quoted In the Presbyterian -
has conceived the Idea that the, this direct tax will cost more than 'i i
o Standard. I r 1 t'O 05Ce'im
sale tax, which It Is agreed would if they will pay tax In house rents, JlIUJIII.C.-'tr1: 1
h? Some of the latest master film releases were! destroyedin relieve the taxing problem considerably and allow the other fellow to pay I I --j'.f'.fI'
I There seems to be some difference .0
the fifty million dollar fire in Hollywood this week and any could be applied to his taxes. Pr 1 1cm
wives
of opinion among as
wholesale houses to be paid on all The sales tax is the fairest simplest ; "Jciccs.u/1\ Usic ;
movie fan half dozen of caused
can name a capable having I to which is the better missle to fl'e -
I articles sold in the state of Florida and most equitable tax that ,
!' hurl at friend husband. Some
spontaneous combustion. whether the houses selling: thee ha been suggested and until the
stick to the old fashioned rolling JI
o articles Is a Florida concern or not. 1 someone offers some better plan,
I pin while others prefer the more
Harry K. Thaw has to girl $75,000 for spanking her 'That would eliminate the expense wo' are for the sales tax, unre-
pay a I' modern bottle.
and trouble of collecting the tax servedly. Crescent City Jour- 6
WeiPQ.l id jJ&JgJI
with a brush. If she had been spanked more when growingup I if applied to retail trade and / nal. Why not be original and throv I ; (

perhaps she wouldn't have been where Thaw could have f would overcome the biggest objection o that old picture of Aunt Emma In
the gilt frame that you have been
to the tax. Glades County
her at this late
spanked day.
Democrat. trying to get rid of for years? n


furnished a grand-0llelhourne -and glorious time to members There was--once- a--Baptist preacher 1f1rt 1 I We see that an organization: of c/l41 !lA1ff)

musicians is running ads In some
3 of the press association attending Friday and Saturday. of color who In explaining to .
his congregation the difference between Mr. and Mrs fry Reddish! of the papers trying to turn public -

As one of the visitors remarked a view of the sun rising over : the doctrines of the various Starke Starke. girl Oct. 26. sentiment against "canned mu- I .

the waters of Indian River was worth the trip. churches declared: "Brutbren, de ",r. and Mrs. Henry Ricks, I.' ." This "canned music" that '- '<':<:'<='U"UolJ.l.r"- : ", ,,. rJ'-- "'"'I
'
d'ffrunco between the Baptists I Starke. girl, Oct. 25. 'you hear :In all talking movies has I I

o Methodlsta and Presbyterians Is Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Padgett, caused countless musicians to lose wki, f'i. I rJ; : :'L ,
The interstate commission will look after the r
commerce their with them ,
Jest dls: The Methodists got religion Highland, Jobs.'e agree :" ('\
boy Oct. 2 4. .( tI fi \
interests of Florida strawberry growers in the matter of rates but dey ain't sore dey can I :Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Jansen,, that the talkie music sounds tiny I N' .:It i \ :# J: \, ,I

if it becomes necessary. However, we believe the railroads keep It; the Presbyterians are sure Starke girl, Oct. 31. enough to be called "canned." I 'I',: I ::01<.';-';:-., 'f'":.. i.4.

dey can'keep it If dey gets it: but I Mr. and :Mrs. W. M. Thomas, I ._ ,,, I 'b1i...., ,!"'J .: ;
will treat the growers squarely in this matter. But as someone! remarked the 1,1 1 .. ,j1 j\\\
f'' de Baptists! got religion, dey know Starke. girl, Oct. 27. I fit ; 1'I.?' :: '

r dey cant lose It and dey know Mr. and Mrs. L. Goodwlne. talkies have been a blessing to 1! l : n'' ':: Ig.ri'! F '

Tampa has put hoboes on notice that they will be welcomed where dey can get some more If Starke, boy Oct. 29. mankind in one respect. They have 1 U U'AB. '''' I ,,, I\. :I' 1 '

dey do lose It."--Florida State -.....- '
at the municipal wood pile as soon as they arrive with New,. I ur ""*MW.u._5t., ,,.',," /'adY'd4Hiif67l, : ..aY ,' ,." .,'i 1 ,t" "h It'I : ',.
in the limits. I I :YOi;'.::. I
city A bath a day in Tampa Bay should be -0--- I II ......- "" '''"''''' IC( -,
:::
thrown in as a reward for their efforts on the wood pile. "Bob" Holly of Sanford Is re- I J
tponslble for this one: "Avery i : '
o fir 1.t ,,: ; t'A1f1P
Powell of the TImes-CnIon says : ;

Wood 1 now charges woeful waste of funds In combattingfruit that Mlddleburg Is one of the oldest ;:Ot

fly. He makes this charge as something new in govern-, towns In the state and figures I
m'ght it older than St. Aug
ment expenditure of funds Congressman Wood is safe, how- prove .
ustine. Avery was here when St. :

ever from attack by the fly as officials in charge of eradication Augustine and Mlddleburg were zati l tP'fjlff

work do not class nuts among host fruits. founded and be should be a Judge )

___ o. of ancient cities ancient vintagesand p
---
r other prehistoric and 'ver- ial
Asphalt pavements and its skidding qualities in wet boten' arts and sciences and archi '

weather has caused Germany to abandon it. Some criticismhas tecture. Avery even remembersthe 1//

been made of the type of surfacing being placed on Flor- wore time long when bathing girls suits.at Lake" -Butler Bron- For That Home--Save Now! :

ida roads and it will perhaps be interesting to know that Ger- son Journal. o
Model
many will now spend millions on resurfacing and roughening -0 -
The Starke Telegraph says "It'sa This message is especially directed to young
her asphalt highways with a coating of tar and fine stone.
'
1 good time to change your business 167.5.l (less lubes)

--, -- I when politics and state laws married folks. You, who are looking forward to

Even the best of our farmers sometimes find it necessaryto prevent It from being a success." Power detection and the new45 tube.plus four tuned stage of

Would it not be better to change the day when you can begin housekeeping in your radio frequency enable Majestic to produce the moat powerful
buy a supply of canned goods from stores. When they do I your politics with the view of electIng and selective radio set ever built. Absolutely no hum and no

they ask for a certain brand they have used before and know honest and capable men that own home, can bring that day much nearer by oscillation uniform sensitivity at any wave and length.amplification Automatic in both sensitivity high and control low wave gives

i it to be good. In other words the label sells the product with proper and Just laws might be enacted lengths. Improved Majestic Super-Dynamic Speaker. Extra
? South Jacksonville Jour- starting a special savings account for that pur heavy sturdy Majestic Power-Pack with positive voltage.b.: a.st",
in the can. The strawberry association to '
growers propose nal. What Is a "proper and Just insures long life and safety.Jacobean period cabinet of American

: sell their product through their label which will guarantee to law" to some appears as an unjust pose. We welcome such accounts-we are savings Walnut. Doors of matched butt walnut with overlays on doers.

the buyer in the north a quality product. law to others.-Starke Telegraph.It and interior panel of genuine imported Australian Lacew salver,
Escutcheon knobs finished in genuine
plate, and door pulls
counsellors to marrieds" who
always has been our understanding many "young are

0 that proper and Just laws are oJ1
Northern writers who spread scareheads every time a those designed for the greatest I building for a home. Our officers will be glad to FREE Home D=monstra

wind storm of more than usual force strikes a section of our good to the greatest number.

South Jacksonville Journal. Ab- talk it over with you at any time. DeWITT\ C. JONES Starke
coasts, describing the damage done to Florida, should visit the solutely correct.

iil+ state and see how much territory they take in when they say -o ,

Florida. The state still goes ahead however and the thousands Favorite remarks at varlou.air" Hardware
Bradford Bank
of tourists who come into the state looking for evidenceof : County
At fifteen: "Let's go!
the "devatsing hurricanes" forget what they are seekingin At "Give chance
twenty: me a Radi
the natural beauties of the state to be found on every hand and I'll show 'em." BradlordCountua Financial Stronghold Majestic Radio Crosley ;

and in the ever changing scenery as they make their way At twenty-five: "It's all" wrong. STARKE FLA. I Ir
There must be a reform. 111111111" oi

south on either coast. th.1 I .,. .... s ,, ,
At thirty: "I'll live to see | '''Me'.j '''v------ soma"anwam+se. > ._ ._
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IMOH EIGHT,: nR\fH oRD COUNTY TELEGRAPH: HTARKK. FLORIDA )""Iun.\. XO\"J'lWU; !

a _. __ __ .. _, __ __ __ ... h ____ _u u__ __ _. __ ._ -. -- ---- .-' n_. .. __ _._ ________ .. __ __ .. .. .. -- -- -- .. __ __ -,- 11.:n
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dawn of a now day. [In a few ._--_.._.__._.._,-, .'Uminati.'d tho man who read the structlon of h14h-, -

Bradford County TelegraphEstablished yearn. the people will wake up and titles aloud. I 08('(010. Palm Den' i, IiI '
1'---------1' ,
II I demand their rights" I around town I counties, butI" i" "
1877 At thirty-fire: : "I'd be rich if I'd lang Ago", It \Vn,. I pending federal /aid "'
,.,-----------:0 ,,,-,-'-'-'-'---'--'-" .' jobs, Including ,,11""r"
single.
-- -- -- -- stayed a In, ,"|
Second Class lie gave I the ball\ a goxhawful drive At forty "I'm sick of reformers. A littlo human Interest Item Do you remember nil the times I Peace River al ('hail, i ,' '" 'I''".
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as You had to leave the table '' "
The ,
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Ills golf shoes tame undone: from a rel'enl news article states: awards('I,', ,"; ,, :
Matter at the Post Office at Starke FloridaE. Ills knlc-kern snickered at his At fortyflve: "''"hat of it\ ?" A $50.000 fire destroyed the For sayIng naughty little things second day's Hussion' ?,,i ", ".'
socks. At fifty: "Thank God I've got a Ocean County courthouse, but. About your slater Mable? ment'II quarterly m, ,''II''

S. Matthews ______________' _____Owner and Publisher I For he had a hole In olio.---Jigg good bed." more than that, It destroyed the Perhaps a harmless little word for the work were <.l>|1"?", : I"'I',' .

J. C. Robinson__________________________ Managing Editor In Tarpon) Spilngs Leader. At fifty-five: "The" human raceIsn't rendezvous of Toms River "pet- Slipped Your, father out before wrinkled you knew his brow it; day, after which innu,' ''
.. ---n- worth saving tet's" who for fifty years have been up tlons were heard mi ,
i t .. ---- --- laid "Mr-make! him It!I" | ',d'
And rue
"
11 ,
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At "I believed that
sixty once. bridge
: the ,
In matters
? South Carolina bootleggers employed allowed to do their courting OM-I)r 11"," ,
} h''; SUBSCRIPTION RATE a hearse 'to haul theIr At sixty-five: "It won't work" courtroom without molellto lion. And HO you left the dining room The other proje.t ,'", i, ,Ii
At seventy: "The world has destroyed Amid the others' laughter, contract ., '!"'
shIne A more appropriate vehicle The building was virtually award WIlt d. i
Yearly $1.50; Six Months 75c-Payable in Advance could not be found.-Starke Tele- c nn1I.!; -Gainesville Dally Sun and t the fire burned the Hut still you hung your head In Uoiid/ 24 In 0111.1". ] "I, ""

1 Advertising Hates on Application. giaph. So you spent your vacation --aIUghiights law library of Judge Arthur Gorman shame which L. B hTcLend!) n ,, ,l 1''"'r

-."-..,- .....,,.- .-. this summer In South Carolina?- '" oil The Sale, Tax Plan Gallagher of common pleas) For many days thereafter. company, of Tampa. "", ,,",'"''Anne'' '
Now times have changed, as times '
Bebrlng News. court ed as the apparent l I"m ,
Possibly it will be of some Interest I
f. hli, fr .I J; The yo yo has taken the place of the dodo. -- to many people of some of Fire Chief C. C. Wills could not will\ do- The awards todnm?,, I h,"''I Iho
} .. There sits the modern baby-
( { a Paragrapher: What make the special advantages offered In determine the cause of the blaze. following:

Road 13: i is carrying its full share of the tourist traffic. the leaves turn red during the adopting of a sale tax to replacethe He explained that the cellar doorof 110'sIeen: and heard, he speaks Road 24, OHCOOI.I t

autumn?-Mrs. E. W. C., Starke, present antlquate'd plan of the binding had not been lock- his mind Cloud to Holopaw, J.I i Ii; tlI,, )I.(\'lid
/ a Kla. Oh, probably because the placing the entire tax burden upon ed In fifty years and that the He even cusses, maybe. Construction Compm, i I
nape
The state road department should be commended for its trees are str'ping themselves naked lands and personal belongings.It young people of Toms River had His: parents say: "Now ain't that 21041795. '

Florida Times-Union. produces tax from two mil- for many years clandestinely met cute? Hoad 4, Palm HI, "i, ,i ,
decision to buy all road materials possible within the state. "A witty child Is Curling. "''llt' ('
--" -- lion people In the courtroom Chief Wills was Delray to the Brow,1I,, I ,,,,
not but that some such couple "Give him another slice of pie line, Morgan 11111\ ,
o Some more useless advice\ Is beIng sure Piu i,, ,,;
h }< ;ve hundred thousand tourists I i''?"
w "You'll starve the little: darling!
PI might have had something to do \ Miami\ $240.167.1IIloal (!
handed out under "Rules for
Hunting before the season officially opens is proving to beN will pay their share through a
\Vlnsing." nradford County with the fire 28, Putnam "''II', h ,

; expensive both in Bradford and other sections of the state. Telegraph. Which does the "use sales The tax average plan. tax per person will Short Route 1"0Florahome stone Heights to Flnrht) II?, H v

o less' apply to-the rules or the be $10.00. Really though Mr.\ Wills. It O'llesple, Inc., I'alutku ', ,,, :
kissing. Delrny Reach News would take a Gilbert and Ciarbo to 40.
Auto carrier trucks should be required to carry riding Iloth. Are you willing to pay your start a. fire of such size. We grant Soon Road 143, Palm Hi,, ,',,1\,

R lights spaced along their full length, or stay off the highways -- -- part? you that couples of a amateur Puhokee to Belle i,' i ,I'''
t The proposed sales' tax will provide standing might start smaller conflagrations I Grove, Sons and ,
after nightfall. Florida won when the state road<<1 Palalka, Oct 30T. D. Giles-' inniin 'u.' ,,n.
the revenue to enable but t fire of such do ,
necessary a magnitude : $104,808.70The
4
1I department took a favorable vote pie Inn, Palatka, was the apparent -
---0---- the state to take 13 1-2 mills -really It Is quite out of the highway board
on the Shands resolution specifyIng low bidder for the constructionof ,d"|"w"
Inverness Chronicle is seeking to find out if the flappers state materials for state highway off of reel estate and personal question.Hut 12,63 miles of state highway busy this morning In "iu I 'a,

' b '! wear suspenders] to keep their skirts up or skirts to hold their construct' : Mr. Shandu'! i Is property, and this Is one of the No. 28, the Pulatka-Lake City I rlous contracts for mm
t 1 most important features offered by at that Mr.\ Wills gives
us Announcement ,
ii"i down to be commended<<1 for pushing this Short Route, from Keystone n i I. uml
suspenders Issue to a IIl1cC'essfuJ'concluslon.,- the sales tax plan something: to think about. Do you Heights to 1 a Should the tax plan be adoptedby suppose that loving couples could convict crews as soon ,
Tallahassee Slate News. i I ""mieon ,
( by the state highway department -
legislative act It will be a have anything to do with the road No. 78, for ..n,,i, ,
This week] the laws passed by the last legislature ate car --0Ir at Tallahassee yesterday.The tjnf!
of
means bringing about prosperity alarming number of forest fires that highway bet
WI I I" ,
uR ?" |11< 1
ried in the Telegraph. While not as thrilling as the latest he mass of the people are willIng in Florida. around here lately? And all the amount of the Glllesple bid Beach and St. Aui."i 'n' ,, onvllle > '
to Join In to their was $150.590.40
support government
? t S, popular novel, they will help pass away the time by becoming a taxpayer Wo have the sunshine we have time we have been placing the The stretch Is a link In one of .-- --
the climate, but neither of them blame on the farmers and cigarette
ptc then t the merchants should be willIng the most important highways in OT1CK: "t'T.\XI'\nns,: (
being taxable aid if our land con- butte
{' have figured that safe to act as receiver for them and the /state system, and upon Its completion -
Experts pedestrians are fairly on
tlnuen to be sold for taxes, and by
forward such tax as each consumer the road will be finished Notice Is hereby RVI! i ,,i n'n
the highways at night if they wear light colored clothes. will pay to the proper olllclals th> means be returned to the state Perhaps Mr.\ Chase would ]help from Florahome to the Columbia payers of Bradford roots ,' m-

I ',, t Wearers of dark clothes should carry lights, front and rear Crescent City Journal and taken from the tax books, us In a bit of legislation requiringall county line. It will open motor tax books for the pavni. ,,i real
what will be left to tax, other thanto parked cars to be fully equip
and ,
---0- tialtlc to Keystone Heights and a personal/ taxes \MII i ''pee|
t P -o tax everybody according to their ped with chemical fire extinguishers. -
Florida never has anything by valuable trading territory.It Friday November l 1111
Another section of road 28 let for paving the state prison spending I power.If I '
M ,
i t halves. When we have a hurricane ._ Is planned to eventually extend To all parties who 'i. I her
9 ; farm road to be rushed to completion and the New River we have It sweep around the you spend less yon pay less; the highway from Florahometo taxes during the month .>.I i i\''\m
1 In place of roller skates each
: bridge contract to be let in December. are moving onward. lower end of the state with no If you spend more you pay more.Isn't girl should pack a garden hose and Flagler Beach, affording tourists her, a discount of foci ;n i" 'nt I u
particular damage and then send that fair? entering the state at the Lake allowed. Other dlscim', m
fire a\ In case the hose failed! to
', o It all through the other states for Some are often heard to say "let City gateway a short route to both December three per cent human, )
Tallahassee Democrat says making love is like making publicity purposes and they all the government do this and do cool an amorous driver the ax tho central section of Florida and two per cent; and Fi,hi, 'MM ,one>

pie-lots of crust, some applesauce and a little dough. With label It the "1 lorJda Hurricane.even .' that," not thlnkiug that the government would work. the East: Coast, and averting the per cent
In Canada Cross City Is the people. And If that necessity for the long detour via C. A. }.,:-ItlT;(
rt plenty of dough the remaining ingredients are not so important News 15 percent or 20 percent of the A woman In Jacksonville threw Jacksonville.The Tax u. 'or
a bottle at her husband, missed
population being of real
owners estate .
t -
-- department adopted
a resolution -
him and fatally Injured her daughter -
-0 Lake City holds the record of should stop paying: taxes offered by COmmise'over W. i\iv.u-:
)Florida towns for catching what would flue other 80 percentdo '
North A. Shands of Gainesville
Catts testified in his trial in Tampa that he "sometimes for No woman should throw bottlesat callingfor
to the
rum runners going north and the money run govern- the purchase so far as possible, The revival to be cmuii "*< in
41L dabbled in politics." lIe doubtless caused other politicians to result, of the campaign Is now be- ment? her around.husband when the childrenare of materials produced within the the Method's\ church bHi I pai'

?'! lose more sleep than any other man who has "dabbled" in Ing seen. Inhabitants of that live The people enjoy the benefits btate of )Florida tor will begin Stimlav \ \ IDHe
town report seeking a billy goat eat- of what l Is provided for our com- will have as song u ,'KU-I\ t Iud
Florida politics. l>raw Your Own Com'1 niton
; : Ing an elephant. Starke Telegraph forts from tax money, then why At the Lincoln county picnic at Tallahassee, Fla., Oct. 29.-The co-worker, Rev C. J, rk.i, pas
-- -0-- Only one man saw It, Recording not the whole people Join in pro- Vlneland the rolllng-plii-throwing state road department today tor of the South ,la> K-nntllli,|

Hardly a week passes without report of one or more to Editor Hill of the Reporter viding the comforts? Not any of contest was won by Mrs. W. It awarded\ contracts. for the con- Methodist church,
and he only thought he saw us want to be deprived of participating \ -- .;- ..
ii den hs by drowning: in this section. Very few of the small Upsall, who threw the rolling-pin
Lake CJaeztte.W. In the operation of
It. City / our gov- !

craft used by fishermen are safe to use in rough waters 'when '-0 ernment, HO lorfg as It does not cost yard 67 feet.dash Mr.for Upsall married won men.the-ICngllsh 100-- I.1t, ......., '''',"...' t.t .:i. : "",.....; ,'. '' ...... _'*.,r....y,;,... ', ..... :;: .
heavily loaded. S. Alyea of Citrus County n n anything, but some will' think ;; J.: 't. -- ".J.-- -
quoted In the
paper Presbyterian
has conceived the Idea that the this dIrect tax will cost more than -

r o sales tax, which it Is agreed would if they will pay' tax in house rents Standard. UilinU-'t1:: rn: NO OSCI'UI.

Some of the latest master film release were destroyedin relieve the taxing problem considerably and allow the other fellow to pay rw .....;4'J&ccS.ai1 '.('
There seems to be some differ- 0
the fifty million dollar fire in Hollywood this week, and any could be applied to his taxes ence of opinion wives 0 '
wholesale houses to be paid on all The sales tax is the fairest[ simplest among as \ : Music ;
l- movie fan can name half a dozen capable of having caused to which Is the better mlssle to .
articles sold In t the state of Florida and most equitable tax that '''r fl.
hurl at friend husband.: Some ,
spontaneous combustion. whether the> houses selling: the hat been suggested and until
stick to the old fashioned roiling >r:. the
on J
o articles Is a Florida concern or not. someone offers some better plan,
I while others
pin prefer the more
That would eliminate the expense. wo are for the sales tax, unre I 1
Harry K. Thaw has to pay a girl $75,000 for spanking her I modern bottle.
and trouble of collecting the tax servedly. n' Crescent City Jour
with a brush. If she had been spanked more when growingup If applied to retail trade, and nal. Why not be original and throv frleFJY and rear

perhaps she wouldn't have been where Thaw could have would overcome the biggest objection eI- that old picture of Aunt Emma in
to the tax. Glades County the gilt frame that you have been
r spanked her at this late day. Democrat. trying to get rid of for years?

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> .;Melbourne furnished a grand and glorious time to mem- There was once a Baptist preacher We nee that an organization: of eJ1.laj RAllltfJ
of color who In explaining to musicians is running ads In some
'
bers of the association attending Friday and Saturday.
press
his congregation the difference be- Mr. and Mrs. Ury Redd'sh'! of the papers trying to turn pub
As one of the visitors remarked a view of the sun rising over tween the doctrines of the various Starke Starke. girl Oct 26. lic sentiment against "canned music -

'v the waters of Indian River was worth the trip churches declared: "Uruthren. de Mr. and Mrs Henry Ricks, ," This "canned music" that

d'ffrunco between the Baptists, Starke, girl, Oct 25 you hear :in all talking movies has y

o Methodlsti! and Presbyterians is Mr. and Mrs Irvin Padgett, caused countless musicians to lose witL Inl, s tai
The interstate commerce commission will look after the their jobs. We with them a
jest dls: The Methodists got religion Highland; boy Oct. 26 agree p N h\ IrYpoiIx /
interests of Florida strawberry growers in the matter of rates but dey ain't sure dey can Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Jansen, that the talkie music sounds tiny I i

'. if it becomes necessary. However, we believe the railroads? keep It; the Presbyterians are sure Starke. girl, Oct 31. enough to be called "canned."

dey can keep It If dey gets it; but Mi. and Mrs. W. Ai, Thomas
will treat the growers squarely in this matter. ile Baptists got religion, dey know Starke, girl, Oct. 27. But as someone remarked the

0-- dey cant lose It and dey know Mr. and Mrs. L. Oood wine, talkies have been a blessing to

r Tampa has put hoboes on notice that they will be welcomed l- I where dey can get some more If Starke boy Oct. 29, mankind In one respect. They ]haveaIIIIItnIInlltinn !; ei; Jg ia1
dey do lose It,"-)<'101'Ida State !
7.7.; at the municipal wood pile as soon as they arrive with- News / i in'"i NXiIn0UN111tlUn4Xnim,' ,"','', '' "rJU nninnnniu' ", """ '" i4uWieniIII' ,," '!"l,III!11:1111'I,, I I"11'' III'" IV''IIIIMinillllllllllUmillllllljIIIIIHIIII'''! '' j iwny i w"
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in the city limits. A bath a day in Tampa Cay should be -0--- '

thrown in as a reward for their efforts on the wood pile. "Rob" Holly, of Sanford Is responsible .a:: "'-=
for this one: "Avery
i'' o Powell of the Times-Union says

Wood now charges woeful waste of funds in combattingfruit that Mlddleburg l Is one of the oldest

fly. He makes this charge as something new in govern- towns In the state and figures s *
P m'ght It older than St Aug 4iIiW
ment expenditure of funds. Congressman Wood is safe, however ustine.prove Avery was here when St. t B fv .

?' from attack by the fly, as officials in charge of eradication Augustine and Middleburg were

t work do not class nuts among host fruits. founded and he should be a judge

s- of ancient cities, ancient vintagesand !;
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other prehistoric and 'ver-
'-' Asphalt pavements and its skidding qualities in wet boten' arts and sciences and archl-

weather has caused Germany to abandon it. Some criticism ecture.: Avery even, remembers

has been made of the type of surfacing being placed on Flor- the wore time long when bathing girls suits at Lake," -Duller Bron- For That Home---Save Now! ;

ida roads, and it will perhaps be interesting to know that Ger- son Journal O

many will now spend millions on resurfacing and roughening --- Mode192167so
The Starke Telegraph says "It'sa This is especially directed to
message young
'o her asphalt highways with a coating of tar and fine stone.
time business -
good to change your $ (less tubes)
----+ -- when politics and state laws married folks. You, who are looking forward to

Even the best of our farmers sometimes find it necessaryto prevent It from being a success." Power detection and the new45 tubes plus four tuned stages of
Would It not be better to change the day when you can begin housekeeping in your radio frequency enable Majestic to produce the most powerfuland
buy a supply of canned goods from stores. When they do
your politics with the view of electing selective radio let ever built. Absolutely no hum end no
they ask for a certain brand they have used before and knowit honest and capable men that own home can bring that day much nearer by oscillation at any wave length.Automatic sensitivity control wave gives
uniform sensitivity and amplification in both high and low
to be good. In other words the label sells the product within proper and just laws might be en- lengths. Improved Majestic Super-Dynamic Speaker. Extra

g the can. The strawberry growers association propose to acted? South Jacksonville' Journal starting a special savings account for that purpose heavy,sturdy Majestic Power-Pack,with positive voltage-ballast.;
4 What l is a "proper and just insures long life and safety.Jacobean period cabinet of American
!k sell their product through their label which will guarantee to law" to some appears as an unjust We welcome such accounts-we are savings Walnut. Doors of matched butt walnut with overlays on doors.

f+ the buyer in the north a quality product. law to others.-Starke Telegraph.It and interior panel of genuine; imported Australian Lace
a Escutcheon plate, knobs and door finished in genwneedver
@ always has been our understandIng counsellors to many "young marrieds" who are pulls
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that proper and Just laws are
1 : Northern writers who spread scareheads every time a hoso designed for the greatest building for a home. Our officers will be glad to FREE Home DemoDstrationDeWIIT '

wind storm of more than usual force strikes a section of our good to the greatest number.

i coasts describing the damage done to Florida, should visit the solutely South Jacksonville correct. Journal. Ab- talk it over with you Many time. C. JONES Starke

s state and see how much territory they take in when they say --o ,

a Florida. The state still goes ahead however and the thou- Favorite remarks at various Hardware-

sands of tourists who come into the state looking for evidenceof ages: Bradford County BankBradlordCountlls
At fifteen: "Let's got"!
the "devatsing hurricanes" forget what they are seeking At twenty: "Give me a chance

r in the natural beauties of the state to be found on every hand and I'll show 'em" Financial Stronghold Majestic Radio Crosley Radii

;' and in the ever changing scenery as they make their way At twenty-five: "It's all wrong. STARKE FLA.KNiiniiiiimiiiiiroiiiifflirmnimimiiiimiiirr
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There must be a reform. 1 I
south either 11111111.-
on coast. At thirty: "I'll live to see the ,hmmm..,. '" """ irrrr" "',nn.enuai! !nr ',' "." ''nmmmmnmmnmmnr'mwn! """" ,"""' .,,," '_'''. '
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