Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 8, 1929
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02410
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Starts January 1 Washington' D. ('., October 29, 1930 Licenses is natural for men to forget. On the 1 l th'dayof Board met In regular; sesti!on until. iii' IIt"hwo..t, -- -- ('ount)' Com* .\., rJ rml."loJl1'M ," I :i3( y

1929.! -Congressman It. A. Green November, just eleven short years ago there endedone Nov. 4tli, with nil members present :U..t ;Monday 'II i ''i '

I Lka City Nov.: 2.-The county I II today Inlrc:duri>d a Mil to make an I'm- Onncis Il<*qulnsl( to Pt)' l.pr.1 of the most horrible wars the world has ever namely' A. H. Surrency, James ----- y Iu

I, ',il trustees" J. M. Slkes" and appropriation of $167.i 10\ to be V Moore( and It. I O. May. The board of county commist I I ; c;
A'I sonal Tux llrforc- xrliiK known. Our homes had not been burned and our
1 10( go) accompanied by Sen-1' graves of Confederate soldiers Tag farms had not been torn bit" giant screeching shells, I approved Bills for the month met In regular session Mon,1,1,1da

\\ W Phillips were In TaHahniirly Judge Green has Just been the of that day trill alivays/ be scared in the audited and paid
Whether they want to or not, memory )', November 4, 1929 with / this week and had a con- Mrs J. N. Thomae' trnrmportallon -
advised by the quartermaster! general who minds'and'' hearts of those mothers and wives' who I!! \ '
III-P with the heads of the" state of the army that tins! amount I Bradford county taxpayers >> ( was allowed from Sampson members present us follows: J. O. ?(

,' ,", ,,' department with the resulti would be necessary to ,- the pay on both personal and real estate for more than a year had fearfully waited for news City Crews chairman ; J. It. Underbill, t ; s

I ,i order was entered on the cost of approximately IB.O'if\ ) h'ad.l will split their tax paymentthis of their men--their men who had been called by their. !Mr. N H Green appeared before Drew Redd:nil, U T. Osteen and G.I I' ',!4 t
its minutes to the effect and not let the entire the board In tho Interest of a road :
,oartmei stones of Confederate design and year ,
suffer and die blood-soaked Flanders \V. Illnson,
I i I''i b'o"3:' would be asked for at that this is the number of applications amount 1'111IIntlt tax sale time country from nenr Union church to hell i.! ""

i iirBt meeting of the department. which will be received up to next year. According to advices Field On that day they knew that their men had bronn .school. It was moved by Minutes of l.vt. meeting were I \'

)limitary/ tor hard-surfacing Comhla and Including the fiscal year of from Tallahassee the taxpayer saved a tottering world. Though some of these I Mooro mid seconded by Surrency read and approved.Mrs. I '

county's section of state 1931. must pay his entire personal prop- that lie be given; $ O.OO as part Polly Murrhee of Brooker t,
mothers and wives had hearts for the that
aching boys
mid No. 28, namely from Lake Judge) Green stated that an act erty lax In order to get a receipt payment on tho stumping the appeared before tho board and \

i \ via Lulu to the Union coullt'yin had been passed by congress nuthor'zlng showing; he has paid the tax on his would never come back they wiped away! their tears right-of-way/( balance' of cost to be asked for a reduction of her taxes. '

,,>' It, Is figured that the actual : these headstones to be automobile, before he can get a and smiled with the rest of the world paid 1 by citizens of that community. She showed that other lam's near .4

v irk, of hard-surfacing; will be un- furnished but that appropriationwas new license tag.!: Tax collectorsare of I her were assessed at a lower rate t H,;
Thrrefore lest let the business
,"?, i way by the middle of Feb- not yet available and that he not allowed to split up the we forget men A committee of citizens from than her own. Upon motion, seconded 1.

i IIIHI' hoped that his bill making the appropriation personal property tax and allow Starke on the 11th day of Novt'mber.929., close I east of Ilellbronn) school, were before and by unanimous vote tbft d

the grade Is already upon this would receive favor- only payment of the tax due on hiscar their doors, and deck our streets With flags! of our I the hoard relative to a. roadto i I board moved t that the collector be !1 : t''

road but hard surfacing but must, collect the entire the school from their section. It E..;
?,, -irh of ,, able action at the regular session instructed to give her a. $100.00
in tribute'to those who gallantly
mibe.>n delayed largely because of congress this w'nter. lie further amount. However, If the taxpayer I country men so was moved( by Surrency\ and seconded reduction

""I i .Changes In .the state admlnls- stated that he Is dully receiving desires lie may pay his personal, paid the price of peace and returned to us, and in by !Moore that the board assist Letter from Mr. S. T. Howling ).. 1,

nation ; applications from relatives of tax before January 1st and take memory of those who paid the greatest price of all-*- this section. to the amount of asking permission to remove ties",; '

When paved will mean an un- deceased Confederate veterans for the additional time allowed on his their !lives. $05.00, balance\ of the cost to be mid veneering blocks already cug; '

hroken paved road to ral.itlia and heRo I headstones, and t that he real estate and on any amount l.ald by citizens of that commun by )Mr. Karre from certain state ,'.' I II ,ti '

II,, void as hard surfacing has elth- hoped the war department wouldbe paid during November he gets a H. C. WALL ity. Tho action taken by the boardIn lax lauds Mr. Howling: having invested '

' been completed or Is In progresso enabled to begin shipping\ these cash discount of 4 per cent. Mayor, City of Starke. the matter of roads at Hellbronn I In I the ties and blocks before I'; ,

has been authorized all the stone within six or eight months This Is not the main problem Springs was In view of the measures were taken to stop ,

"'It. It will also mean a short facing tax and tag officials, though. I fact Unit this school expects. to be cutting/ said lands. The board \ .
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There remains those cars heretofore consolidated III the near future and
,111 10 East Coast and near east Congressman H. A Green" of the unanimously granted Mr. Dowllug's -
of personaltax roads wall; probably be needed for '
,'HIRt' points, and when Columbia second Florida district today obtained escaping payment request I

,'innly'a part of road 82 Is paved additional fund! for the re- altogether and are not on the t transportation\ facilities." Mr. Jerry M. Davis appeared ,' ,; '. i// ; '

the distance over any other route moval of ledge rock in Cedar Key ; tax assessor's books. It is a certainty FALL TERM CIRCUITCOURT James Hosier was Instructed to and presented the matter of employing -"
that they will on the tax und load t the last pupils to be +
(from the states north of here to I Harbnr.Judge. I go try I a patrolman for the hlgh,1'
books t this time for until they picked on his route 11SIl<'11 away
Miami and east coast points will i Green stated that the up ways In Bradford county. /
have paid the personal tax a new IN SESSIONFall that they can stand on Inside! .believed
be (shortened still more. In fact dredging!; in this harbor, the ap- 1 Kpierson' slated that he : :'
It IB estimated that the saving over propilatlon for which was securedby tag; for 1930 will be impossible to of bus instead of running board. such an official would be a great "Jilt 7r,

the Jacksonville route would In get. Owners of these cars must -- Moved by Surrency and seconded benefit to tho county. Motion
him( last May, was! suspended
In and and In some term of circuit court opened damages $1500. Court Instructed by Moore I that Call Wynn be "
that case be around ninety miles.Of when it was found necessary to come report, : ; mado by J. L. Underbill, seconded ,',
course this means a great In- remove something like six thou- Instances where they bought secondhand at 1 o'clock Monday mOl'nlnlbeing /;, jury to return verdict' for defend. appointed to succeed: D. }<'. Rem by H. 'r. Osteen that Mr. Davis be> -
called to order by Sheriff \VJ.
further complications tint ( trustee of New River .'
in tourist and other travel cars roe as employed at I1GO.OO month, 41
reiiHe sand feet of rock before the har- per "
Epperson with Judge A. Z. Ad-
will ensue If the former own- J. T. Fradler vs J. II. Scarborough school. ''
Lake Motion unanimously carried. :
in' and via City. bor could be brought!: to project :
and H. V. Knight,
To Grade 82 depth, but that the additional er has not paid on the car. hums presiding, : J. L. Peek garnishee, Continued Board refused'to grant more Reports ot supervisor of marks ,ut,\ 4M
There only 952 cars and state attorney, and G. W Alderman motion of defendant. transportation to high school \ f
are on / pupils. '
Another Important result of the funds Just secured would enable and brands, jail Inspector, home \
between the road department trucks on the tax books of the clerk, present. Willie 1 Kdmondnoii<; vs U. U.Cooper demonstration agent and county +
I'onference the district engineer to resume the \ J
and the road bond trustees I work and carry it on to project county, leaving potfsibly three hun- Grand Jurors were drawn as follows leorge Cono and J. T. Tho proposition of purchase of agent were received and ordered '1 '1:

: was that dred or more not turned In by own- : N. Wainwright!; M. Barnes, Case dismissed( upon mo- more land for Lnwtey school was lied.\ '1 I'

and Senator Phillips made for deptliHe I ers to the tax assessor The law HoiiKh, F. M Norman H. J. AI-' tion of plaintiff. laid over until January lr 1930. Mr. Starrs of Lawtey appeared 't '
nnal arrangements were also stated that he had recently -
grading enacted by the last session was dermas, H. K Hall F. O. HemIngway 0V.. Lewis!! vs Seaboard Air Board adjourned! to meet flrit In behalf of Mrs. K. Sponholts ;
to '
road forces begin \
the state held several conferenceswith .
not to any'' hardship' on B. Johns J. S. Andrews, lineRuilway corporation. Dismissed \ Monday December.A. .
passed put a
Road 82, from Lake City to engineers relative to ( and asked the board to grant her ; A$12.00
army Itll. Chesley I>'ogll Allen
the car owners of the county who : upon motion of attorney J. (IHlUu, Secretary
month for 3 months.
(he Georgia line, above Benton (his project and that he was highly per ,t
Vt. Johns, E. J. Parrish! Matthew
have been paying their tax on cars for defendant for want of prosecution. -
twenty-nine miles, to a point pleased with the result. With I Tho matter was laid over until llhoden J, P, Dalton Carter
1'adgPtt, -
Florida and each year, but to force those who \iiMivrin; i>.\vAT PllOHtM<< next mooting I '
agreed/ upon by the these Improvements, thecommerce I '
have evaded the tax to come In and' Bert Hlruon. J. Williams vs Seaboard AirLine SCHOOL uorsi,; '
Georgia state road departments, passing through the Mi', II. D. Wasdln appeared be- : : ,
(Yliiiliuil Poses
to-be- pay their share. In Bradford Hallway, a corporation Dismissed fore I the board purl, asked that Willie.Martin v,
where It will meet paved or at Cedar Key will undoubtedly -
port State of Florida vs Rufus Hlgst -
county approximately onefourthof upon motion of attorneyfor At (lie Armistice Day
running straight program of (Graham\ be replacedon
paved highway
ly greatly by t HHHauH with Intent to commit
increased the and trucks have been defendant for want of schoolhouse "
through to Augusta Ga., terminus cars IlrOSl'IItlon. at 12:30; : Monday at the pauper roll. The request was, 4
murder. Case trial Nov.
set for
, successful In evading payment of \ grounds two Scouts will lower lie being allowed $3.00pel"
the leading granted,
mid meeting place of all ornc'i.\i II Elm
I u ) 7th.
north.It personal tax and this condition Hal tie Leo ROMS a minor by tho Hag to half-must Whle! tht of the
through "
/ exists over the entire state. Officials State of Florida vs Dolph Grlffls, Joh llowoll.. vs L. }K.: Wade and bugler; sounds Tups. After Mi'. Ottleen stated that Anna .
Is estimated that gradinghghway Woodward state I
Hon. C. C. desertion. Case, set for trial Nov.
believe when these tax evad- A .l'. Wade damages $5,000. Defendant -
the wholo'school
, 82 will be finished late in Tallahassee ; t the Unit/ Is raised Sterrlcks who is now on the pauper '. ,
game commissioner of brought! to book, it will be 7th. 1 L, H. Wade found not
ers are : was will join In singing "America. () month had .
roll at
tho fall of 1930, and that paving district $3.00 per ;
and Mr. H. C. Harper possible to lower the amount of State of 1 Florida vs Dolph Grlffls gullly by jury A, P. Wade was +-- '
w II begin about the first of the recently had a fall which rendered -
commissioner, with headquarters tax now being paid. desertion. Case set for trial Nov. found guilty anti plaintiff awarded II.\LI' IIOIH) \' :\\10:1\\\:\) (
her She asked for
Phillips helplenp., a. :
''nailing year, as Senator In Madison were visitors to Starke 7th.
damages at $500.Truo -- I
felt sure that once the road was Tuesday. The officials were on a State of Florida vs O4O'naral1\l1l1- ; raise of $2.00 per month The request .l''
Beginning! November first those lllllH A majority of the business
graded, both federal and state aid tour of Inspection In this part of subject to ad valorem or personaltax tlnt, breaking 'and E'nteorthllwith! ; State ot Florida vs Claud Hen- houses of Slarke have agreed; to was granted.Rebeuc'u reduced 1
can be secured for finishing this the state, it being/ In Mr. Harper's Intent to commit a misdemeanor Sweat was ;e.,
on automobiles must pay true, manslaughter. Plead not clone (their places for a half holiday .
route because of Its vital Impor- themselves from $10.00 to } S 00 per month a
district, and expressed Case Bet for Nov 7th.
tax If they expect to decorate their guilty upon arraignment; case set Monday, November 11, Armistice further bU81ne88' '
) tance as a closing link of a great well pleased with the outlook for with 1930 license New State of Florida vs Dogan; llth. I 12 There being no
cars: tags/ by for trial Monday Nov Day, closing! / nharply at tho Board until nextregular '
through trail known as the Wilson game the coming season Year's day. It Is the requirementof Knabb Indictment: for assault with State of Florida< vs Oleen Green, 110011. The two Banks, J. & It. adjourned to ho held the 4f

Memorial Highway. Mi1. Woodward stated that his the law enacted by the last legIslature Intent to commit murder. Case larceny automobile. Plead notgullly Store, The Quality S tor e meeting December ; :.
tolerate violations first Monday In t; ,
would not
department and applies alike to automobiles set for Nor 7th. upon arraignment. and tIle Steam Pressing Co., I' t
O.V, Clerk
A Deserved TributeTo of the game and fish laws trucks and other motor State of Florida vs Cecil Drawdy State of Florida vs Nathaniel will not open" for business at all ,- Alderman. I 'i {

and that a request for more Revere' driven vehicles. Indictment for perjury On motion Johnson larceny of automobile that day The only exercises .
"HTKA\VIUCIIKV: A('Hi\: Starke CoupleWhen penalties on violations offenders to A state law existng for years of state the case was nolle prossed Upon arralngment; pined guilty to reported for that day will be heldon KOI': Ii :

go upon securing a \license had provides that automobile and truck State of "Florida vs Hhett charge I. the school campus at 12:30: ,, S:

been done away with, he said, and owners must purchase license tags Drawdy, -Indictment for perjury.. State ot }Florida vs Bessel Hob- i when the Boy HI'01lt811111..1'. direction Indication! ) are pointing to the'' .)u ,, ,
Adklns came .
Judge A. Z. In the future a fine will be assessed On motion of state the case was
by Jan. 1 for the ensuing year. IIIHIMI and! Marvin Pringle, larcenyof : ot Scoutmaster' Wyman will largest strawberry acreage la
from his office to the court room
and they will be prohibited nolle prossed,
The situation simply means that a cattle. Upon arraignment!; the i render a short program. Bradford 1'
county for
last morning to preside will not many years t t7
Monday from hunting as a license State of Florida( : vs Hudson Mor-
person who Is at all subject to the defendants each plead guilty to -
In the
coming planing
over the regular term of the circuit be issued to anyone convicted of off gan, throwing/ deadly mlssle into M'OI'TOKK reports / / acreL ,
personal tax must begin right Indictment I :
between 2001)()( and 2500 with
had been placedon the age; ;,
court, there breaking tho game laws by an automobile. By agreement of -----
either saving enough to pay the Slate of }Florida vs Press Perry, "i
considerable In
his desk a magnificent vase oflIowersplal'ed Judge. counsel case was continued forterm. I There will bo a, court of honor n acreage adjoining ,
county tax and license cost or dig down assault' with Intent to commit mur-
counties The Increase In
there by Rev. and A fair start has been made meeting; at the Scout hall )Friday,
at once In the old wallet for the der. Upon arraignment plead
Mrs. L, W. Klckl'ter.'! in restocking the game and fish Civil ('I..WIt assault November' 8, at 8 o'clock. Five acreage teems. to be mainly west, ;
amount. No ride. guilty to aggravated
full payment no ;
In with the custom observance I Scouts I art ready for HI'I'H"l! class south and southwest of Starke the 1J.p
, accordance of the state and with If you owned your automobileor Patten Package Company vs J. plea was accepted by state Fined i
of Judge Adklus of opening his of protecting laws the present truck last Jan. 1. you are sub- I I"'. HoiiHer. Defendant asked to be $25 and costs or n'ne months In work. A hike at Penney Farms reportn not !giving the Lawtey seeq

' court with prayer by some minister scarcity of game and gamo fish ject to the 1929 personal tax, then allowed to withdraw pleas and jail. landing at Klngsley Lake was held tint credit with as great an In"I. .')
offered Mr. on November 1, and nine Scouts crease over last year as tho remaining 1 I
Rev II. Lowry the i
George will be a thing of past you must show to the satisfaction consented to judgment. State of Florida< vs Cage Crews,
a very appropriate prayer. After Woodward! added. of olllclula that you are not. In K. M. Johns vs Atlantic National larceny ot cattle. Defendant not 'attended.. Many tunts were passed. strawberry growing secIi l
the Judge Ad- ___ four now iiiiKlldult'H have applied lions of the county G. j;
opening of court other words even though your car Bank, a corporation, as executorof being In custody, court ordered, a I j
Itlng asked everyone present to rovJiissMmi: : ; : ':\ the last will and testament of for membership. When they are
new-not more than rapine! he Issued.
Is spanking 1NMAN:;: : ItlOYKM: OKPIf'HThe ] : : ;
stand and, holding the vase of l'ONFl:\ -:HSlltl! IJIIYSONJaiksonvllle N. T. Hitch, deceased On motionof taken In the enrollment of Troop '11 I
an hour out of the dealer's display State of Florida va Amos Riley,
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left hand, 1 will! be 21 Scouts and 3 officials.JIOHK \ 1
'ovely flowers In hs! plaintiff the case was dismissed! h
room-you must make an af- murder In I the first degree. Courtappointed Strout }Farm Agency O. ''
mid(( : "The court In behalf of the Nov. 6.-'-Congressman : J. n Colt Co., vs II. P. Gainey, :I:
fidavit! before the county tax assessor Hon. A. S. Crews to represent -
M. Inman, local representative ban e.
: wrn.wnrmtu.s|: : ,
'ourt officials and all those presnt H A. Green who is spending ,
that the car was purchased Hlley. moved Its office/ from the
Rev- Florida, wai In Jack- postota., ,
wishes to publicly thank somo days In and not III ,use until after Jan. 1. accompanied by the certificate. State of Florida vs Lem (lood- i If the prelltrm;; weather lice building\ to the building on
,, lovely In conferencewith 8:
rend Klckllter and his sonville yesterday of theVeterans' you aro subject to the tax, and So Hpl.II.t-Su 'tug wine Will Knight; and James Tyson -I continues, growers of this section Call and. Court streets formerly
R, A. Bryson 0.
wife for this vase of flowers that he Manager\ The conferencehad the enactment of paying the assessment Payments of thft personal tax robbery while armed. Will i will be In position) to supply strawberries occupied by the J. R. Davis & Co., 11.

The judge further said Bureau. before you can get the must be made to the county tax Knight not being In custody court for the Thanksgiving din- Insurance agency. Following< purr '
had with several matters concerning g
knew of no old couple who to do In 1930 license tag applies. Further collector, 'who:!. receipt, or the ordered cap'as' Issued. ner. Berries are ripening In almost chase of the Insurance agency Mr. )
Individual veterans
passed the age of eighty yeal'swho than has been more, even though you are the sec presentation! thereof by the owner State ot Florida vs Joe Illgdon every section of the county Wall moved the files and equipment II"sill,

were any more lovable which the congressman ond, third or fourth owner of an Is a prerequisite for obtaining the alias W. J. Mann, desertion and from the older plants and the onus to bin office, corner Call and.

Re,' Kickllter and his wife; that interested. for automobile that was operated In license tag for 1930. withholding support. be'ng brought In are of large size Thompson street. 5.'t)
his left last night I
ho had known them from Judge Green tho state last.Jan. 1 you will haveto "An understanding of the new State of Florida vs Joe Hlgdon and well flavored Fred Hhodeu .. 4Al'TO

hlldhood and had always loved his lionn at Starke. He within expects the to pay the personal tax, unless for- law" 1Vol.: Blossom; state motor alias W. J. Mann, desertion and placed two on display at the Telegraph 1.\l'o.:. IIln' OPKNUI: I: .n r !I''

and respected them and that he return Washington, tunate enough to get one If the vehicle Inspector said, "and a realization non-support. Court ordered capias' oflco! Monday and O. C, Ca- --

felt that everyone who had the : next few days. to Officials the of the Issued for Klgdon. cluster of threeto '0-
previous owners pay. on part public ; son presented! a Frank's Auto Laundry and fill- t.. ,

privilege and pleasure of knowing wrKSlil: 1IItS.I.'K estimate that present owners will that,.the llceuna agent has no option No ItllU the Hank of Starke. Ing station on Temple avenue opened '
Them' had been made better citizens MIW. KXTKIITAIV:: : OIICLKH: have to pay In about 90 percentof save to refuse to Issue a tag State of Florida vs Pledger to the public Monday, carryl r-_'

on account of such: acqualn- WILL the cases. The tax receipt must In default of the requirements, Johns, annual to murder. NIUSWNISU: MOUTH lag equipment to promptly wash '

'lance that Brother Klckllter had number one of the Metho- be presented with the application will nave a lot of time worry and State of Florida vs Bit ParrUh, Hitch's Service Station has replaced polluli care, and for complete Ir Sand -
been a leader in the upbuilding! Circle Society will meet for the tag. unpleasantness. In the next few assault to murder. the old awning lights with servicing. The station was well '" !

his community during his entire dist Missionary afternoon at three- The new law makes other requirement weeks. State Florida, vs Levy Alvarez. llio new Neon tube lights, lightingthe planned for its dual purpose and 'I.,

life and was broadminded and next Monday the home of Mrs. II. A. *. Principal among these "Any car owned whether operated State of Florida< v* Everett<: entire. awning with Its reddsh! carries sufficient storage room for.f '

nelpful In all causes for the upliftof thirty at\\11'8."eek8 circle, leader. la that if, as an automobile or or not prior to last Jan. 1, la Crews glow. This type of fighting has handling several cars during the '

mankind and that such a citizen Weeks number two will be en- truck owner, you are not subjectto fable for the ad valorem tax. If State of Florida vs Hubert revolutionized the sign display for cleaning and polishing process. )

was to be appreciated; that If the Circle Mrs. J. M. Mack, at the 1929 personal tax, then you the person who owned the car at r.wn.. buslneMt! houses and public plates Tlolene motor oil, Purol gasoline\

People of Bradford county would tertained by Mrs. W n. Parks cir- must show to the satisfaction of that time has traded It to a used The grand Jury In making their Its distinctive type lending Itselfto I and Woco-Pep, the Pure Oil Com'i

pattern after Brother Klckllter her home. Time, three-thirty. officials that you are not. In other car dealer, for Instance, and he has final report requested that the following many designs Impossible with t pany. high-test gasoline will be. ; \

and live such a life as he haa lived cle leader. words, even though your car la sold It to Home one elite and the paragraph be read In open the Incandescent, lamp. handled by this station. ', I

that we would not need any courts :NOTICE. : spanking new. -not more than an license tax has not yet ben secured court: t t"

and that peace officers and judges affidavit before the county tax as- then the 'new owner will haveto As Grand Jurors and as citizensof commending him to the confidence lt\NK4:. CLUSK MONDAY: "

could be done away with. The monthly practice of sessor that the car was purchased settle the tax on the car.: It will Bradford county we wish to extend of the citizenship generally of our .
judge completed his remarks by I The volunteer fire department will and not In use until after Jan. 1. develop that In about 90 percent of to Judge A Z. Adklns our county, and consider that, as a Monday, November 11th being I 1 1

saying: "We are pleased to have I the held Monday. Oct. 11, at 7:00p. : The assessor In turn will give you ; the trades this year the previous compliments for the (fair Impartialand judge ho U without a peer and we Armistice Day. the Bank of Starke ,\ ,

such citizens as our neighbors and bo All members are requested a certificate, showing: that no per owner has failed to pay the per- Judicial manner In which he have the highest degree of confidence and the Bradford County Bank\: '. ,

that they may live long, peacefully m. sonal tag |* due on your car. Th sonal tax and It (Is up to the present bas conducted all terms of our and appreciation for him asa not be open for transaction : i

and happily l Is the wish of this to attend. R. c, Duford, Chief! application for license tag must be owner to pay." court,. and we take pleasure In man. business on that day '1\\'

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And Grading 82 Pay Tax To Get Official Proclamation PROCEEDINGSHoard Placed On Duty f r., '

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Starts January 1 Licenses It is natural for men to forget. On the Ith'day '.
Washington 1)). C., October 29, 1930 met In regular; session' I tout liltlltiHlntiHH of County font ',..i,''

1929.-Congressman H. A. Green I of November, just eleven short years ago, there ended Nov. 4th, with all members |preseat 1II1..I"l1c.. Mwt Monday 'I,' I' ,,

d l iki- City, Nov. 2.-The county today Intrcdurpd: a Mil to make an Car OvMii-r-H U<>quli-f rl l to Pu) Personal one of the most horrible wars the world has ever t, namely, A. it. Stirrency, James --- ",

,H I trustees, J. M. Sikes being appropriation 1 of $167.7BO to be TnIkfan* Scouring V. Moore and II. I II. May. The board of county commissioners ,1'
t' knoivn. Our homes had not been burned and our
i,, will (C. M. Green not used to obtain headstones(,!! foe unmarked New : g Minutes fit lust meeting rend mid of Bradford county, Florida \
i I'', 'in gal accompanied by Sen graves of Confederate sol farms had not been torn by giant screeching shells, approved. Hills for the month \
i met In regular session Monday 'il
\\ w Phillips were In Tallaliasniy diers.! Judge/ Green ban Just been Whether they want to or not.rllllfol'(1 the memory of'that day will always be seared ;in the audited and paid 2
this week and had a conin advised the Mm. J. N. Thomas' transportation November 4, 1929, with .Alt # ,,
by quartermaHter ,general ,
who minds and hearts of those mothers and wives who
with the heads of the stale ( county taxpayers members follows J. 0. '
r of the army that this ntnount I wan allowed from Sampson present as : ,, ..:. ,
,"I,i department, with the result would be necessary to cover the pay; on both personal and real estate for more than! a year had fearfully/ waited for news City. Crews,,;, chairman ; J, L. Underhill, ''II A.

c' I ,I'i m order was entered on the cost of allill oximately 15,0'Hi/ headstones I will split, their tax payment of their men-their men who had been called/ by their Mr. N. n 1 Green appparod) before Drew Hedd'sh: It. T. Oateeu and G. ,h U

,?.ittmenf's minutes to the effect of Confederate d"nlKii.: and this ;year) and not let the entire { the board, In the interest of a road ': tit
suffer and die blood-soaked Flanders
II". b.d9 would be asked for at hat this Is the number of applications I amount run until tax sale time country to on from near Union church to Ilell-[ W. lllnson. j, '

i HrHl meeting of the department which will be received up to not year According to advices Field On that day they knew that their men had hroiiu school. It wan moved by Minutes of I 1-v' meeting were : trend +

'I' January, for hard-sui facing Co. and including the fiscal year of from Tallahassee the taxpayer saved a tottering world. Though some of these Moore! and seconded l hy Surrenpy and approved. : : r rMrs.

"nubia, county's section of stale 1931.: mint pay his entire personal property that he he given/; $-10,00 as part Polly Murrhee of Brooker '
,- mothers and wives had aching hearts for the boys that
ut t N'o 28, namely from Lake Judge Green stated( that an act tax In order to get a receipt payment on tho stumping the appeared\ before the board andL,:

i \ via I Lulu to the Union canny had been passed by congress u 11- showing he has paid the tax on his would never come back, they wiped away their tears right-of-way" balance of cost to be linked for a reduction of her taxes. ''

'" ',in" It. Is figured, that the actual thor!'zln these headstones to be automobile, before he can get anew and smiled with the rest of the World. paid by citizens'\ of Unit commun She showed that other lane's near \ ;

a ,"irk, of hard-surfacing!; will be un furnished! but that appropriationwas license tag. Tax collectors Therefore lest we forget let the business of ity.A her were assessed at a lower rate
,', 1 way by the middle! of Feb- not yet available and( that he are not allowed to split up the committee of citizens. from than her own. Upon motion, sec- ', I ,

n 1111 hoped that his bill making the appropriation (l'rKonalroperty: \ tax and allow Starke on the 11th day of November 1929, close east of Ilellbrnnn school, were! before ouded and by unanimous vote the .,

Ir The grade is already upon this would receive favorable only payment of the tax due on his their doors, and deck our street with flags/ of our tho board relative to a road board moved I hill the collector be 1''

,i.-trh, of road, but hard surfacing action at the regular session car, bul must collect the entire in tribute' to those men whcf gallantly to the school[ from their section It I Instructed l to give ]her a $10Q.OO t '

t mi been delayed largely 1 because of congress this wnter'! lie further amount. However, It the taxpayer I country so was moved by Surrency and 1 seconded reduction.Leller 4' ,

I ,,H,' ,Changes In the state admlnls- stated that he Is dally receiving desires, he may pay his personal paid the price of peace and returned to us and in I by !Mooro that Ihs board UH- from Mr. S, T. Dowllng $ .

I iltiOll., ; application from relatives of tax before January 1st and take memory of those who paid the greatest price of al///-.- gist t thin xectlon to I the amount of asking permission to remove ties .

When paved It will mean an un- (deceased Confederate veterans for the additional time allowed on his their lives $05,00, balance of thE cost to hGI.alcl and veneering blocks already cut '", i Mf

innken. paved road to Palatka and these headstones. and t hat he renl estate and on any amount | by citizen of that commun by Mr. Kerra from certain state ', r

i .ond' as hard surfacing has elUI'I loped\ the war department would mid during November he gets a H. C. W A1.L. ity. Tho action taken by the board( tax lands. Mr. Dowllng: having invented by

'' been completed or Is In progress be enabled to begin shipping these cash discount of 4 per relit Mayor. City of Starke in the matter of roads at llell- I In the ties and blocks before -

''P ..1" has been authorized, all the stones within six or eight months. This Is not the main problem 'I bronn Springs was In view of the measure were taken to stop (Ii

d ,vn. It will also mean a short acing tat and tag officials, though. fact that this school expects to tin cutting said lands, The board !11(
w heretofore mminiuiiiminiiiiminmiiiiiiiiiim"' "miii'i"' 111111111111""i"1"'"in' '"'li9'mum',!,' mi i inmitnin"!!! '!iiiiiiimmniiinii!"!'.'!'! limn"nim'i''inn_"__immi, 'inmmnini'Himtl__' __liniiii'iintniit_ '_ ,
n I'liere remains those cars consolidated future and
in to East: Coast and near east Congressman R. A, Grl'of the : the near unanimously grunted Mr. Dowl- '

mast points, and when Columbia second Florida dIstrict today ob- escaping payment of personal rends w.ll probably be needed for Ing'a; request ./: I ;

I lunty's, part of road 82 Is paved, tained additional fund for the removal tax altogether and are not on the transportation fuel lilies. !Mr. Jerry M. Davis appeared ,,/JJ I v
I I. tax assessor's books. It Is a certainty TERM James Hosier Instructed to
the distance over any other route FALL CIRCUITCOURT was
of ledge rock In Cedar Key and presented I the matter of employing ,y
Ii rout the states north of here to Harbor. that they will go on the tax try and load the last pupils to be a patrolman for the high- r

"t Miami! and east coast points will Judge Green stated that the books I this[ time for until they picked up on his route in such a ways In Bradford county SheriffKpterson ,

I be shortened still more. In tact dredging In thin harbor the appropriation have paid the personal tax, a new IN SESSION way that I they can stand on Inilcle stated that believed II '

I ie It is estimated that the saving!; over for which was securedby tag for 1930 will be Impossible to of bus Instead of running board. such an official would he a great :i "j"
the Jacksonville route would In get. Owners of these cars must I !Moved by Surrency and second- f N
him last May, was. suspended court benefit to Iho county. Motion
Fall! term of circuit -
that case be around ninety miles come In and report, and In some damages: $500 Court Instructed III I by Moore that Curl Wynn tie
L. y
rondo J. Underhill
when It was found necessary to at 1 o'clock Monday morning:, by ,
I instances where they bought secondhand Jury to return verdIct' for defendant succeed II. F. Hon-
Of course this means a great In- r) e
remove something like six thou- being called to order by Sheriff W by II. T. Osteen that Mr. Davis bEt
In tourist and other travel cars further complications froe as trustee of New Hlver
i reaue sand feet of rook before the har- J. Kpperson: with Judge A. Z. Ad- employed at $150.00 per month (;;
will\ ensue If the former own- J. T. Fradler vs J. It. Scarborough school.
n n> and via City. bor could be brought to project klm presiding, and H. V. ]Knight;: Motion unanimously carried ,
To Grade 82:! er has not paid on the car. : J, L. Peek garnishee Continued Hoard< refused to grant more '
depth but that the additional W Alderman Hepnrts of supervisor of marks
state attorney, and O. "
There are only 952 cars and on motion of defendant' trnnsportallon to high school -
result of the pu
Another Important funds Just secured would enable clerk. preHentGrand and brands, jail Inspector, home /"
! the road department tucks on the tax books of thecounty Wlllio l lOdmondnon vs H. H. \pile I
between -
onferenco the district engineer! to resume the Jurors were dl'awl1l\s follows demonstration! agent! and county l' "
''h and the road bond trns- leaving possibly three hundred Cooper\ George Cone and J. T. Tho proposition! of purchase of i ''m'
} work and It on to project 1
carry N I). Wainwright, M. \
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,'d ; that or more not turned In by owners Parties Case dismissed upon mo- more land for Luwtey school[ was flied.'S'S
and Senator Philips' was
depth Hough, F. M. Norman, II. J. Al- 'I ,
The law .
! to the tax assessor tion of plaintiff.G. laid over until January 1,. 1030
made for
dual arrangements were lie also stated that he had recently Mr. !Starrs of Lawtey appeared"' "'
derman, B. K. Hall, F. 0 Hemingway -
the last session was \V. Lewis Seaboard i
h' enacted by vs Air Board adjourned[ to meet lint '
the stale road forces to begin grad- In behalf of hire
held several conferences ,. II. Johns, J. S. Andrews Sponholls :
not passed to put hardship on Lino Railway corporation. Dismissed In December. I
any a Monday
Road 82, from Lake City to relative to and asked the board to her .'
_ ing with army engineers : K, It. Thede. Chesley Fogg.; : AllenM. grant
he car owners of the county who upon motion of attorneyfor A. J. Or I Ills, Secretary. I
the Georgia line, above Denton this project and that he was highly Johns, E. J. Parrish! Matthew $12.00 per month for 3 months I! ;
have been paying their tax on cars defendant for want of :
J twenty-nlno miles to a point pleased with the result. With Hhoden, J. P. Padgett, Ua1tIlCar- prOBecU'tlon. The matter was laid over until. ':t) ;
I but force those who .
ea.ch to '
year .IitIIS'1'I'I': I U\\ Plt4Milt\M; :
agreed by the Florida thecommerce
next meeting.
upon harbor ,
these improvements Hlnaon.Crlmliiiil.
! ler, Bert
. have evaded the tax to come In and J. If. Williams VH Seaboard AirLine AT ",('IIII()(, ItOt'SI';(: y "
Georgia state road departments the Mi H. D. Wusdln before
passing lluouKh ( ", ."-" appeared -
(I their share. In Bradfordcounty r
Hallway a corporation. Dismissed -
where It will meet paved or to-be- port at Cedar Key. will undoubtedly ( pay onefourthot State of Florida vs Hiifua Itlffs- the board /and( asked that Wlllin .

I paved highway running straight be greatly Increased approximately by, usuuull with Intent to commit Ul101motion of attorney! At Hie Arinlntlco Oiiy program Martin of (Graham be replaced:
and trucks have been for defendant for
the cars want of -
prosecution at 12:30: ( Monday ut the school
through to Augusta Ga., terminus murder. Case net for trial Nov. on pauper roll. The request wan ,
, ind meeting of all the leading successful In evading payment of house grounds two Scouts will lower granted he allowed
) place (..\\lJoj: ( )rnriALs limn: 7th. being $3,00
personal tux and this condition Hattie Leo floss, u minor by '
the flag to half-mast\ while! the
north.It '
through trails of the month.
State of Florida vs Uolph Grlffls, per .1;"
exists over the entire state. Ofll- John Unwell vs L. K.; Wade andA I Iroop'bugler sounds Taps. After
is estimated that grading lion. C. C. Woodward, state desertion CaKe set for trial Nov. Mr. OHteon stated that AnnlldO, ,
dais believe when these tax evad- .P. Wade
; damages 5000. the Hug Is ruined the whole'srliool "
, highway 82 will be finished late in commissioner of Tallahassee, 71 h. Slerrlcks who ia now on the painper >
,game ers are brought/; to book it will be L. ]}. Wade was found not will Join In singing "America." 1
the full of 1930, and that pavingw district: roll at $3.00() per month had
and Mr. II. C. Harper possible to lower the amount of State of Florida vs Dolph GrlfHs, guilty by Jury. A. P. Wade was J
II begin about the first of the commissioner with headquarters desertion Cuse set for trial Nov. recently had a fall which rendered .
lax now being paid. found guilty and plaintiff awarded IIAI.I-1 1IOIIIV :l.11' '
'0119111 UK year, as Senator Phillips In Madison were visitors to Starke 7th. damages at $500.TlllO her helpless. She asked for a ,

fflt sure that once the road was Tuesday. The officials were on a I Beginning November first those State of Florida vs General !Mnl- ItlllH A majority-of-the business raise of $ZOO per month. The re- ;;

graded, both federal and state aid this of llnn with : quest was grunted
In part and
tour of inspection /: enlertlng
valorem )
subject to ad or personaltax State of Florida vs Claud Hen- hotiHC'H of Starke have agreed to
i an: be secured for finishing this It being In Mr Harper's Intent to commit misdemeanor. Rebecca Sweat was [
the state / a reduced'l.
automobiles must the (
on pay I'oe, manslaughter Plead not close[ their places for a half lioll-
route because of its vital Importance district and expressed themselveswell Case set for Nov. 7th. from $10.00 to $5.00 per month ,
tax if they expect to decorate their gullly upon arraignment; cane set clay Monday, November 11, Armistice -
as a closing[ link of a great outlook for There being no further business
) pleased with the State of Florida vs Dogan
J with 1930 license by NewYeor's for trial
cars tags; t Monday, Nov 11 thoStiLle Day, closlnl1I1I1I1'Ily/; at 12
I ilirough trail known as the Wilson the coming season. I game day It is the requirement of Florida Green
vs noon. The two Banks J. & ]H, i''
Memorial his regular meeting: to Ito held the' V
Highway. that
stated Intent
MI''ood wurc1 to commit murder Case
of the law enacted by the last legislature larceny of automobile. Plead not Store, The Quality Store '
would not tolerate violations set for Nov. 7th. first Monday December, ; .
department and applies alike to automobiles ,guilty upon arraignment. and the Steam Pressing Co.,
the and fish laws State of Florida Cecil Drawdy (G.I W. Alderman, Clerk, J
of vs
A Deserved TributeTo game trucks and other motor Stale of Florida. vs Nathaniel will not open for business at all __ 1
and that a request for more severe driven vehicles.A Indictment for perjury On motionof of 'r
Johnson larceny automobile. on t that day The only exercises ,
,NTit.viucititr: A'UJo\a: }i:
violations offenders togo state the case nolle pressed .
Starke CoupleWhen penalties on state law existng for years was Upon arralngment Aloud guilty to reported for that day will be heldon 1\tuHo: '
license had State of Florida Uhett t'i'
securing a vs
upon provides that automobile and truck charge the school campus at 12:30: ,
been done away with, he said and owners must purchase license tags Drawdy, indictment for perjury. State of Florida vs Bensel HobInHon when the Boy Scouts under direction --- ) "

Judge A. Z. Adkins came In the future a. fine will be assessed by Jan. 1 for the ensuing year. On motion of slate the case was and Marvin Pringle, larcenyot of Seoul mauler Wyman will Indications are pointing to the y;;\'
from his office to the court room nolle largest strawberry acreage in 'f
and they will be prohibitedfrom prossed. t
The situation simply means t that a rattle Upon arraignment the render/ a short program
last Monday morning to presideover hunting, as a license will not person who Is at all subject to the State of Florida: :ys Hudson[ Morgan defendant each[ plead guilty to Bradford county for many years ,I) t
the regular, term of the circuit convicted of reports coming !In planing the acre L;
minute Into
be Issued to anyone personal tax must begin right off throwing deadly Indictment 1"14)1"r \\ OIIUThere I
court, there had been placedon breakng: tho game laws by tile either saving enough, to pay the an automobile. By agreement of State of Florida vs Press Perry, -- ago/; between 2000 and 2500, with i, '

his desk a magnificent vane of county Judge. tax and license cost or dig downat counsel case wall continued for assault with Intent to commit mur- will bo a court of honor a considerable acreage In adjoining ',

flowers- -placed there by Hev. and A fair start has been made once In the old wallet for the term dei1. Upon arraignment plead meeting at the !Scout: hall Friday counties. The increase In ) f

Mrs. L. W. Klckt'ler.'! In restocking the game; and fish full amount. No payment no ride ('I*'II\ ('_"N guilty to aggravated assault November 8, at 8 o'clock. Five acreage seems to be mainly west, f I

In accordance with the custom of the state and with observance automobile Palten Package; Company, vs J. Fined Stouts arc. ready for second, claim south and southwest t of Starke, the. '
If you owned your plea was accepted by state. !
"r of opening his work. A hike Farm reports not giving; the Lawtey sec't;"
Judge Adkins of protecting laws the present on truck last Jan. 1, you are sub 1Houtter. Defendant: asked to be $25 and costs or nine: months In at Penney !

,'ourt with prayer by some mlnls- scarcity of game and game fish ject to the 1929 personal{ tax then allowed to withdraw pleas and Jail. landing< at Klngsley. Luke was held lion credit! with us great an increase ;. 1 n

I '1'>', Her. George II. Lowry offered' will be a thing of the past, Mr. you must show to the satisfactionof consented to Judgment. Stale of Florida VH Cage Crews: on November 1. and nine Scouts over last year as the remaining li.

It very appropriate prayer. After Woodward added.l'ONGIM411.IN officials that you are not. In K.: M. Johns vs Atlantic National larceny of cattle Defendant not attended. Many taste were punned, strawberry growing sec. MSI i ('11
the opening of Judge Ad- Hank executor Four new candidates have appliedfor tlona of the county.
court other words, even though your car a corporation as being In custody, court ordered a glFl\> .
ttlna! asked everyone present to : : : InI'\; : :: new-not than of the last will and testament of capias be Issued. membership. When they are -. :
1 1& spanking more
Hand and holding the vase of 1'ON 'F1It4: WITH imvsoxJacksonville. an hour out of the dealer's display N '}'. Mitch deceased. On motion Stale of Florida vs Amos Riley, taken In limo enrollment. of Troop IVMAN 3111'1:4FFll'I'l. : : tit,

left hand, 1 will! he 21 Scouts and officials, --- -- ::1., ,::)
Lovely flowers In hs! room-you must make an affidavit of plaintiff the case was dismissed murder In the first degree Court
aid' of the Nov. 6,.-Congressman -. The Strout Farm Agency, O.M. 2"
< "The court, in behalf before the county tax as- J. H. Colt Co., vs II. 1' Galne Y. appointed Hon. A. S, Crews to represent -
""ourt officials and all those pres- H A, ireen. who Is spending sessor that the car was purchased Riley.State .MOIEI': s'rR.\\\'iiInitlhK: : ; Ininnn, local. representative, hat removed ; ,

Rev- Florida, was! In Jack- -- Its office from the postof-
"nt, wishes \ thank In ,
to publicly some days and not In ,use until after Jail 1. accompanied by the certifIcate of Florida vs Lem loud- If the present warm weutlier 'M'
lovely In conferencewith Ilco building to the building ou
end' Klckllter! and his sonville yesterday you are subject to the tax, and No BC't"It-\"o' | : Tux wine Will Knight and James Tyson continues: growers of this section e,
A. Brygon, of the Call and[ Court streets! formerly
wife for of flowers"The Manager It.
this vase the enactment of paying the as- Payments of thfi personal[ tax robbery while armed Will will bo In poslllon to supply strawberries IJ
occupied by the J. II Davis & Co.
that lie The conference '
Judge further said Veterans' Bureau Beiisment before you ran get/; the must be made to Ihe county tax Knight not being In custody court for the Thanksgiving din b.

knew of no old couple who had had to do with several matters concerning 1930 license tag applies. Further collector, whoae' receipt, or the ordered cup'ns l Issued.: ner. Herrles aro ripening In almost insurance agency. Following purg;
Individual veterans, In chase of tho Insurance agency !Mr.
passed the age of eighty years the sec thereof the State of Florida Joe .ft ''I
though are presentation by Itlgdon
than has been more, even you owner. vs every suction: of the county Wall moved the files and equipment 1d
who were any more lovable which the congressman ond, third or fourth owner of an Is a. prerequisite for obtaining the alias W. J, Mann, desertion and from the older plants and the ones
that to hilt office, corner Call and ::5
110- Klckliter and his wife: Interested.
automobile that was operated in license tag for 1930. withholding support. bong brought In are of large size ,: I
his left last night for Thompson streets. .'
lio had known them from Judge Green to ttu state last Jan. 1 you will haveto "An understanding of the new State of Florida vs Joe Rlgdon and< well flavored. Fred Hhnd n 't

hildhood and had always loved his home: at Starke. lie within expects the pay the personal[ tax, unless fortunate law," I:. W. Blossom, state motor alias W. J. Mann, desertion and( placed two on display at the Tele- Al'TO I.\l''i" Uln" OPKNKU: : n"
he ,
and respected them and that return to Washington enough to get one If the vehicle Inspector said, "and a real- non-support. Court ordered capias graph offlco Monday and O. C. Ca- ------ 1t,

colt,! that everyone who had the next few days. previous owners to pity Officials ization on the part of the public Issued for Hlgdon..No; son presented a. cluster of three Frank's Auto Laundry and filling ''D'

privilege and pleasure of knowing AM: lItS. M.VK estimate that present owners will that.the license agent has no op- IIIIU to the Hank of Starke station on Temple avenue t.
citizens WKKKS: opened '
'hem bad been made belief :MRS. KN'TKIITAIV: : rilM'LKrtCircle : have to pay in about 90 percentof tion save to refuse to Issue a tag State of Florida vs Pledger to the public !Monday, carry- J-'

on account of such acqualn- WIMi the cases. The tax receipt must In default of the requirements, Johns, assault to murder. NEON.: AWMMl I.HJHTM Ing equipment to promptly wash "1-
'ante; that Brother Klckllter had of number one of the Metho- be presented! with the application will save a lot of time, worry and State of Florida vs Kd Parrish, Hitch's Service Station hall replaced and polish cars, and for compjete
been a leader In the upbuilding In the next few assault to murder the Ir
Missionary Society will meet for the tag. unpleasantness old awning lights/; with servicing. The station was well

his community during his entlro and dist Monday afternoon at three.tbll.t The new law makes other requirement. weeks. State .Florida vs Levy Alvarez. the new Neon tube lights, lightingthe planned for Its dual purpose and 'a' ,

life and was broadmlnded next the home of Mrs. K. A. Principal among these "Any car owned, whether operated Stale of Florida vs Everett entire awning with Its redd: h : carries sufficient storage room for '

nelpful in all causes for the upliftof "eeks.Irs., at! Weeks circle, leader. ia that if, an an automobile or or not prior to last Jan 1, Is Crews. glow. This typo of lighting has i handling several cars during the. ':,

mankind[ and that such a citizenwas number two will be entertained truck owner, you are not subjectto Table for the ad valorem tax If Stato of Florida. vs Hubert revolutionized the sign display for : cleaning and polishing process. :

to be appreciated; that If the Circle by Mrs. J. M\ Mack, at the 1929 personal tax, then you the person who owned the car at Brown. business houses and public plates, I Tlolene motor oil Purol gasoline.
people of Bradford county Mrs. W. B. Parks circle must show to the satisfaction of that time has traded It to a used The grand Jury In making their Its distinctive type lending Itself I'and Woco-I'ep, the Pure OU Company '

Pattern after Brother Klckllier her home. three-thirty. officials that you are not In other car dealer, for Instance, and he has final report requested that the fol to many designs Impossible with I high-test gasoline, will be '
Time, ,
and live such a life as he has lived leader. -C word, even though your car Is sold! it to some one else and the lowing paragraph bo read In open the incandescent lamp. handled by this station. ,

that we would not need any courts xmicKThe : spanking new--not more than an license tag ban not yet been secur- court: -- ,.

and that peace officers and Judges affidavit before the county tax assessor ed, then the'new owner will haveto As Grand Jurors and as citizens commending him to the confidenceof II.INKS ('IOSK .MOMMY

ould be dona away with. The regular monthly practice of that the car was purchased settle the tax on the car. It will\ of Bradford county, we wish to extend the citizenship generally of our : :

Judge completed his remarks by the volunteer fire department will and not in use until after Jan. 1. develop that In about 90 percent of to Judge A, Z. Adklns our county, and consider' that, a* a Monday, November 11th being .1

saying; "We are pleased to have held! !Monday Oct. 11, at 7:00p. : The assessor in torn will give you the trades this year the previous compliments for the fair, Impartialand Judge he Is without a peer and we Armistice Day. the Bank of Stark 1 :,
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such citizens aa our neighbors and All members are requested a certificate[ showing that no per owner has failed to pay the per Judicial manner In which he have the highest degree of confidence and the Bradford County Bank ,!

that they may live long peacefully m.attend. sonal Us 1* due on your car. The sonal tax, and It Is up. to the present has conducted all terms of our and appreciation for him asa not be open for transaction ot,,, :

and happily la the wish of this to R. C. Buford Chief. application for license tag must be owner to pay" court and we take pleasure In man. I business on that day, < 'I,Ij! v, ,

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SLT25u ut'vu'Za t5i'S'u'Z5' 5'u u u'' urZ I "My daddy's BO tall he has to ,1 the weekend with Mrs. !Hester ,, take) of Starke was In charge of I days: with her parents Mr. and Citrus shipment!. r>.,.m -

.ilaml on a chair to put his collar Sup p. i lie burial. The pallbearers Intimate Mrs. H n. Arwood recently. and Sarasota counties", '<"n,
: B. H. S. on" friends of t the* family. Included -
IIJ JOURNAL Cheat hem Peels of t the state Mr and Mrs. Hearst !Meridian( son to Thursday night' ;
--- I : Knoi-h: Crlllli.: J. ii. !Moore A.
his of Daytona spent Sunday with !Mr.\ 51'!) .
farm, Hallord, was the guest of cars according t In
Frank: "I hiked all the way P. Schiu'll H. C. (Cox E. E. Burnt < :"

? atswgr.tl'In: N'cu''ls from the city over fifty miles since mother, Mrs. Hester Sapp Wednesday ;" and R. R. Thede. and Mr.Mrs.and L.Mm.11. Hill.J. B. Dye and two tlon given out today ,in, ;I''

F."II\11'-lnChlc .__.... .. .._. .. TAUT J.on01JT"Hh.tRllt two o'clock." ( of last week. She leaves to mourn her loss besides sons of Jacksonville spent the partment of agriruliui; ,
; 1llItorfl .. PI Anl.ld MANNING:' EVA MAIl'MTTIJ Vincent: "My gracious! That's Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Rosier and her husband and seven chip:.
,. t Joke Editor .. .. "_ 1.UA1I HT1UITH children and Miss Martha Groover, week-end at their cottage of Lake quarantine ana coal I rot ",
_. ._ ___. record time. dren, three sisters and two brothers -
Sprits I':Mil orhunini j-nHTKTi nu iY') ': HOHINHON:l IClngsley. tration headquarters In J
i.., f, nvporler. ..__..__ LUNA: UI':td4 Mil 110:1'It: II Frank: "Oh, I'd have gotten of Woodlawn spent Sunday with Mra. J. McCulley! of Jack- I'Most .I""
i1u Junior Reporter. __ __. .. ..u.- ANN 114 MAH PIJAIK'K: n. K. Rosier and mother, Mrs. J. Lonnie Roberts and wife of of this went I from \1,
It; Bowhomoi Reporter -_ .u._. ___ .. 11KN I H1'I.It\IH: :' ItU here sooner but the guy had a blowout Hcnvllle: ; Mrs. R. K. Geoghngun/; of Jacksonville Thursday with county. Two carloadsweek's
y spent
.. S. Rosier "
f KraKhinnn lunorterNiiBrlnl Green Cove Springs, Mrs. J. P.
ltBi>iii'l.T. __. __ KK.N2J.ilCK ]iALLIPoJUNI MM: Levy Norman. H. S. and Carl his father Mr. K. J. Roberts shipments were ,.,
G __ __. -- Kirkpatrlck of New York City N.
'yp Faculty 8upervlnor MISS: KLxmUNCK JIATT1IKWS; : the
- !Mrs! Mattie Frazier of Jackson- only oranges HO fur ,
ttil Rosier were visitors to Jacksonville ':'"
The conductor Isn't afraid of Wlllls-
Y.fr.! T. L. Williams of
r y...=.....=.....sr.. =....=....sasa.......-=...sasacasasasasa......._..........__.- 25u2, 55-=_........55 25'u2Sa .... Sunday. ; ville, is spending several weeks from here in carload loin
anyone he tells them all where to ton ; Mr. Ben Williams of Martel;
'til n. II. S. MVTKMIn : was not counted, another was to get off. !Mrs Hester Sapp was t the guestof also five grandchildren and with her brother J. n. Howe.
; a number -
The P. T. A. of Lawtey held an (CI.KIIK'!) FIYAW1/.1. N'ClT1sJ1" II-
/ be pla'yed to decide which wouldbe !Mrs. A. B. Rosier near Lawtey I of other relatives besides a cuu.vrv: FUNIl9\ \ I
RELIT. Interesting meeting at the schoolhouse
a report given: In science classon the victor. ; : IT onOT: Saturday, host of friends In the surrounding Monthly nnancmi ,. .
r Mrs L. H. mm ,
Friday night ??
Florida's forests, soma,Interesting Though the game was tied both county who sympathize with themIn Bradford county for the rn'I i,'
teams showed remarkable team- Hill, president, presiding. The October. : I 1929.' (
facts about Bradford county .. ... ..1'. their lose
We hav a basketball game next .. .N N o tt N II different of garbage pits t.pnpr..1 Funil
statement was work.: McMillan, Alvarez and types ; ,
were included. The "A precious one from us Is gone, ]Hoi. Oct 1. lU211 1 l'

that of the 181.408 acres of land Orlflls as usual made many good Friday. : Keystone Heights : A voice we love la stilled were discussed, also fixing flag Warrant Receipts*during during" ,month month 1 II'i i iI ,,. ,

in the county 13,806 acres are in plays. The next fad will be to go bare Minn Ilrlm Ogden, Cor. place Is vacant In our home pole. Mr. AustIn donated the flag llal. Nov. 1. 1929! I I'- ,
I and 107,512 acres are Raymond the right end showed footed. pole and was given a rising vote 1''10... and. VorlrUurt 1"lIni
....................... ''A never can .be filled. of thanks for same. After the, Bui. Oct 1, 11)29) ___ ,l'
what he
could do when Ala-
unimproved. A great loss Is caused the Miss Mitchell "wore a sun-back .1 Receipts dnrlnw. month

by forest tires in this section. chua high; at their goal line: was dress. The Craft Club met with Miss business had adjourned a delightful Warrants during" month ,
:/ We wish to thank all of those Hal Nov. 1. 192!) _
9 T __ I hard pressed for room started to We had heat In the school buildIng Gortl'udelouser/ on Wednesday" musical program was ren-: Rend FundBal. i
r who were so kind: to us and who dered. 1 Oct. 3, l 2lKerelptM !
lr I Tuesday when the report cards punt but Redgrave left tackle Tuesday afternoon !Miss: Francis Frenchwas

;,, were handed out several pupils blocked the punt and the ball .-*- a guest of the afternoon. spoke tender words of sympathy to The members of the Kpwprth<: Warrant during durlnfr"month month

while others became hys- started rolling backwards Ray- Miss Helen Lawrence. entertain us in our sad hour of bereavement, League were entertained with a llal. Nov. 1. 1929Fsbiletty! .
fainted i ..*+....+...a...+....... when we lost our precious wife and last I'nnd
a ,.!) terical. Although; t they were rushed mond grabbed the ball and made a ed with a bridge party Saturday 'mother couplo of Hallowe'en parties Bal. Oct. 1, 1921! i iItsceipts
} 1 to the hospital and given the touchdown tying the score. The : 110AT/Jll tlN J evening. Refreshments consisting ; also for the beautiful week. The guests wore costumesand Warrants during month
flowers. May God bless during month
best care some are not recovering guards Brownlee and Graham are :Mrs Illanrlie lOiInardt; C'or. of Ice cream, pecan rolls, coffee one. you every a fine time was enjoyed by llal. Nov. 1. 11120! -__ .

l as quickly as was hoped for. I. commended for their excelent) and homemade candy were served. the young folks. OutHlnnillnic. Fund
1 playing. Tho others Inman, Davie ......... .............. The guests were Mrs Klwell Robinson Gratefully !Miss "Elinor Arwood was hostessto Mill.Receipts Oct.| durlnif)1 1. 192!) month I I',

?( t M Rev Klchliter visited us for the and Klckllter, also are to be Tom Cooper from Oveldo, was visIting Misses Gertrude Rouser, Mr. David Durban and children. a delightful< wiener roast for the WararntM. Nov. 1.during I'129Widow'' month. I Illal. I' ,

V ; t first time this year last Thursday praised In their work. Tho teamas relatives here this week. Arneeta and Helen Ogden Messrs. B. Y. P. U., at her home last PenmlonHa "-

1.. h during the chapel hour. lie usedas a whole showed much better Kllza; Coleman was visiting: R. Donald Pangborn, Klwell<: Robinson Mr. and !Mrs Carl Dtngfellow Tuesday evening, about 20 young ). Oct. during 1, 1'JJ'J month_, lu'@erelpts
and Julius '
son, of New
his text several verses from the playing than usual The Torna- L. Lee Sunday. Leland Howard[ Lawrence York were people were present'and after enjoying wort'IIIII" dui-hiK" month

book of Proverbs. One especially does have played seven games and Pauline Prevatt and Carl Edwards Wai rath and Forest Buck visiting Mr. and !Mrs A. M. all kinds of games; they [Hut Nov. I, 19211AKIrulturnl!) _Fund

"; "! f appealed to us, it la: "A good out of those seven they have won visited our school Monday.Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. Tlbbits and secre- Blanchard last week. were served with delicious roasted Bal.. Oct. 1, 1929 i

a'' name is better than gold and sil one, tied, one and lost five. J. B. Prevatt and children tary arrived In Keystone /Heightslast Mfr and Mrs. R. R. Thedejind wieners and marshmellows, pick- Warrants Receipt during luring'month month i<

J' ver." visited C. H. Strickland Friday.Mr. week and are located In the children visited In Tallahassee les and rolls.. The two Misses I I Hal. Nov. 1. 192'!) ..____ i i iHnllillnK

HOT TII'H Carl Andrews Visited W. W. old Brooklyn Hotel. Dr. TIbbits Sunday week. McCray's of Starke were among; Fund
Hal. Oct. 1, 111211!) <
Mrs. V. It.
4y Tho pupils of Bradford high; Colemar.'u Sunday. expects to Immediately begin workon Reddish and daughter thoso present. ItprelptH durlnir month *

4l, f school wish to express their deepest Thelma: What caused that 11- I Eugene Lee was visiting Chas. the buildings at Camp of the. Mrs J. C. Todwln spent Wednesday Dr. and !Mrs. K. L. niggs! ; and Hal.WiurantH Nov. durlnir 1, 1929' month- :6 i '
1 pr sympathy to Mrs. Perkins In brlan to lose the job? 'GlisHon Sunday. Palmn.Mi Jacksonville. two sons of Starke were visiting 1 hereby certify: that' the for"g.uu1'statement < I
Mesdames G. W. Roberta and showing. balances> at *hheirlnnlnir
'. and Mrs. Cliadwlck and In Lawtey Sunday.
her recent bereavement. Louise "For Frank Coleman visited C. Gils- son the ,
: posting a sign, of end nt 'n ,, 'no reading allowed.' son Sunday of Gainesville, spent Sunday in Mary Bennett were shopping inJacksonville !Miand Mrs V. II. Reddish hada the month herein above staled, "II

..I The B. II. S. Whirlwinds ,ere Geo. !Mann visited Mr. Gllsson Keystone: Heights.; Wednesday.Mrs. delightful family reunion Sun- during of the receipts said month and cnrreKpond warrants jt ,,''I i

getting down to work. Their first Edna 1 : "Aren't too bIg to Sunday. A. S. Rdlllnger./; !Mr. and !Mrs. ,L. H. Hill and Dorothy day when they entertained with a the rfrordM of my olllce and 1 (I. i
a I 'p i 't game this Benson will be held Friday play with boys?" Rev. Donnelly Is reported betterat T. D. Ballinger. Cecelia. Balllnger Sapp were visitors to Jacksonville sumptous dinner at their home. and edge" correct and belief.to the I bust also. of certify my )li t t

November, 15th. Although Pearle: "No the bigger I get this writing. We are glad to and Anna !May Dallunger: who Monday.Mr. Those present were: !Mr. Hud Mrs. tho following IM a lint of all '','.ndepositories i ,

i there is some uncertainty as to the better I like 'em." hear he is Improving.Mr. have been guests at the Inn for Shletland of Washington, Bryant Reddish and baby from each at the clone, showing, of the' the month bitlan I h,<

whether they will play Waldo or R. L. Lee and, Eliza Cole- the past ten days left Tuesdayfor D. C. is spending the winter Jacksonville! and !Mrs J. U. nrnt stated and' the Htuouut: '
months at his home In East Law- : runty furnished( by each mien /d.> ,
Baldwin either team would putt I ISstelle: "This tonic IRn> what I man visited Mr. Donnelly Sunday.Mr. ; their home In Meadvllle Pa. Godwin and son of Raiford !Mr. Itory and the amount of Inti, r,

up a big light. This game will want, It says for adults and I nevIer Leon Jrlllls was visiting M.'. and and Mrs. James A. tey. and Mrs. Hay Reddish of Lawtey, \\"Id or credited during Bald I tm

take place on the I!.U.S. court had them." Miss Lizzie Majerry Sunday after Riviere and !Mr. K. 10::. Llscomb are Mrs. L. 1[. 11111 opened up her Mrs. Jerry Norman and daughter .::1 current said dally depoHltory balance! or on tint ncr' '

-*- noon. I guests at the Inn. Mr. Riviere: kindergarten and the little folks Carrlebello of Woodlawn and Mr. poK<*".

li. II. H. K>TKKS LAST! HALFAOIVITIKS Scootle: "Last month I made up and Mr. Liscomb are connectedwith are very much pleased. and !Mrs. Dinkins of rtunnell. November WltneH my 1929.!hand this bt da.
Mrs. E. E. Burney and Miss Liz- a. W. ATi>nrtMA
01 (ltli .: my mind not to get any demerits." ............. ... ..... the surveying crew workingon zie Howe were shopping In Jacksonville Eight state banks have reopened Clerk of the Circuit C
the road
new to Grandin.
Peek: "Yeah but you did get Bradford q"U
Hen '" The Woman's Club la planninga Thursday. two national banks have beenroorganlzed Blanche Alderman D. f
( Sternberg) some, : THERESSA :
The fighting tornadoes of B.II. .- Scootle: "I decided It was easier Miss Rhoda Kelgler Cor. county carnival to be held Saturday Mr and Mrs. Clifton Brown have with stronger re-

S. start the last half of their to change my mind." i evening at the home of !Mr. returned to Lawtey and are pleas- sources 3 national banks which

grid; activities when they meet I 4..y >N.....J..NM.- .- NI and Mrs. Ray Jt'lIklnll.tany! and antly located at their cottage on closed during the recent financial Bladder IrritationIf
varied: are the attractions planned, Lake avenue. upheaval In Florida have been liquidated -
St, Augustine Saturday. They George: "You rained your hat A Hallowe'en party was enjoyedby
I have encountered a rather unsuccessful to that girl who passed, you don'tknow a large crowd of side-shows, hot dog stands, etc., Mrs. A. A. Smith was a business and three new banking Institutions 'functional Bladder Irritation
young people visitor
( will much in evidence.A to Starke Thursday. have been chartered, disturbs your sleep, causes Burningor
start but expect, a more her do you? last bo.-vel'Y
Thursday evening at the homeof good sized crowd, and Mr. and Mrs. Alex Howe of one at Cocoa In Firevard county.accol'dlllg Itching Sensation Backache or
successful ending. nen: "No but my brother does Uev. and Mrs. S. H. hood Refreshments young Gainesville Leg Pains making you feel tired
spent Sunday with !Mr. to figures obtained from
The team was far from organized ; and this Is his hat." consisting of sandwiches old enjoyed the Hallowe'en party depressed, and discouraged, why
when they met Alachua at given by the Woman's Club Thursday and Mrs. A. A. Smith. the office of Comptroller Ernest not try the Cystex 48 Hour Tea'' '
and hot
the first of the year and were In 'KNT-l-\Vllll: COM-M.N: ( chocolate were evening. Weird stories were' Mrs. E. A. Todd of Jacksonville Amos which, he declares is def- Don't give up. Get Cyxtax today at
served by social committee, Miss visited Mr. and Mrs.! L. H. Hill last drug store. Put It to the test
the told by !Mrs. K. A. Smith and Mr. nate proof that the state has be- any
--- .same... ..- condition--.-.. ...- -- at.. Gainesville Louise Padgett; and Mr. James week See for yourself what It does. Money
and Lake City. In the Cedar Key Wanted : A convenient place to Trlest. Weld. Ginger cake and coffee gun a financial recovery with all back If It doean't bring quick improvement -
I served the and Mrs. F. L. Ward and baby of Indications pointing toward financial and satisfy you com-
was evening
game It was easy to see that the park chewing/; gum at short notice Mrs.
Ruby Gaines of Gaines
Birmingham. Ala., spent several re adjustment. pletely. Try Cjstex today. Only 60c
: Its and -Clara Louise Peek the Virginia Reel and other dances
team was finding bearings
.e { vllle Is spending a while with herfather __ _
Friday when 13.U.S. tied Alachua Mr G. M. Bennett and helped to make the party a suc- ---- n

in a return tilt the Improvementwas Lost or Stolen: !My dignity; flnd- family.Mr. cess.

plainly revealed. Now they please return to Lois Colley and Mfr and Mrs. Howard gave a QUALITY
L. C. Zelgler; of Gainesville that the worlddoes2't
look forward to the St. Augustine receive reward was won the dinner guests of his very delightful patty Monday eve- so fine half
ning In honor of the birthday of
gamo with high hopes; (and we parents Sunday Mr. and !Mrs. J.

believe they will bring home the Wanted: Someone to work off J. Zelgler.Mr. their son Leland. The evening

demerits .June IJulleiv. was spent In bridge and, dancing.A realize that Buick is
bacon.) my -- i and !Mrs. J. E. Newsom and large birthday (cake attractively priced so low{ !

little daughter I Kvelyn, of Starke
!SENIOR: CLASHKVH: For Sale: Stacks of letters well I decorated with white icing and
were visiting MrG. M. Bennett '
written; no names mentioned, maybe and yellow candles coffee, hot choco- r"r\ '
< family Shnday afternoon.
Last Wednesday afternoon three used over again the usual lineKstelle late and candy were served to the ,. .,' \,
Rev. S. H. Dodd < ,
delivered '
an ex- / '":;*"&< ,fc j,Al
senior glrU came "strutting" Into Kendrlck. guests who were: Misses Gertrude
cellent sermon to a large audienceof '
History crass late and acting Houser, Helen Lawrence Arneeta RC,11 ,
I' I't
eager listeners Sunday t' the 'F TAl7X
much more dignified, than usual. Wanted: A permanent wave-- Christian church. Remember and Helen Ogden-Mrs. Elwell Robinson S : I'I't

Two of th4m had, their hand" Edna Stansbury. Christian Union at 7:00: o'clock Messrs. Donald Pangborn ,a' I d
placed over their hearts while the Elwell Robinson Forest Duck and Uk
every Sunday evening, also church
third one was proudly holding her Lost or stolen: A comb containing services at the close of this meet- Leland Howard. fl

hand. When the rest of the class /; dandruff and wild Insects. ing. Everyone Is Invited. Come !Mrs Skinner daughter Gaywoodand

found out that the rings had come. Please return to Guy Andrews. and bring your friends.Mi' son. Morris, arrived in Key-

Miss Myrtlce found It tone Heights Friday and will occupy -
necessaryto hH.
John Hall and h.'s! father ..... .Jl .
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stop the class a few minutes Wanted: An experience stenog- :\f.\ M. Hall were business visitorsto the Walrath cottage the re- ; ;" : ('!I? ... _"' ':: ''' : It'"' _......: h

until they could be given out. rapher to write tardy excuses' Starke mainder of the winter.LAWTEY. 1i1"7'/.Ar ( t' : i..fS..\: ,
Saturday. t .
: ,' ... m.
I 'ti ; '''- ljl '
Leila Dea Andrews } 1. t'- 1"
!Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Dickinson and 6,4'1 jX I
I children and her sister Miss Oulda ........................ } i 1'" 'l mMcri:> ) ,* 'I '

-- Wanted: Some one to love me- Hall, were visiting relatives In 7 'l J' T- -, : ; : .:' ,. .v;;!.. #. wJtaci___...1t. lal.x. 'J

The Juniors held their third Duster Klckllter. Waldo and Earlton Sunday; : : ) .l-\ '? i......'."...... .;-3:. .. ..":'..:";'fu "

meeting Thursday afternoon October -- I Mi. Robt. : if". r li'1'tr. f
Batten and* family 'J. iit.s
31. The meeting was Ailed Lost: A brand new dentist A.N.........4e...rN.a a. F 1 r'I\IJi!'\ : .... .; : .. t
( spent Sunday at : 1 : { .
Penney Farms. ; ; ., .
0 W \ : 't .
to order by our president George book; finder please return to Miss e O .. .,_. iyr. 'Ir'.f r t1ri; ...
Miss Mamie Bender who has Mrs. Emma; KHtollii: 1)url>au : ;J.r, f .. -.f .
Inman who announced that the :h' if'ti tr. :. .j !. '' :' : : ,
Matthews. z. 'i
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been Our ,
spending( a few days here community was indeed saddened .... q .. \ .,.. ? }, \: 1tok:9. t.
Juniors will not have rings this with relatives) returned to her last Thursday, Oct. 31st, p :::1 ,or:."" ,. :; Jf JK': I 1!. rt. .... .. ""' $; : JIi' i oJ:" .

year. Annie Mae Pearce, Hazel Wanted: A young lady would home In Karlton Sunday when It was learned that !Mrs. Dur- I ;." !:3 i'\t.'\ s1 Nttlya ,,,, "1fiI! .: ;{o. .,. .. :i t :j...
Adklns and Alice Fernandez were like a job as model In a large Mr. and Mr8. J. C. Coon of ban a long time resident of Law !1\\; I"S': ; : .'!J.Ii1."! n.'.

appointed the committee to look store Spanish Interpreter baseball toy had passed 1 r"iilM': ;: ; t, .. '] "" ; :, .;' ('
Waldo were visiting her parents away suddenly( at '"I.. '
after the plans for the Junior-Sen umpire, opera ginger schoolteacher Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Padgett here her home In East Lawtey. 'Ii" ... J. ,ow'. Wj.f.: ;'

Jar affair.banquet which Is an annual or what have you?-Hazel. last Sunday.Mr. Emma Estella Williams was 1 aES"f i t ";.'.. itff tU ;.-r.; i\: ,-J,!, > ,... .......'-I.--.. :\ '

Underbill.! H. K. Powell and Mr. K. R. born,/ 111 South Carolina Oct. 12, +, tJ.i"

4 Powell of Miami 1872 and died October 31st. 1929 ,
arrived here Sun- It han
The following theme, writtenby There has been great progress impressive fact that! men: aaj women are1st; showroom. Erinc car.
day night to visit frlends-and relatives being 57' years and 19 days old ;* your present
Henry Guy has been selected In tho educational advancement of at the time of her death. She was buying from two t.l fi'-e' times "2 ma ,y new Lcirn how cavil you C.1'1 obtaIn o.'e of these

as one of the best written In the the World. There was a time whena Mr. Chasten Williams of New married to Mr. David Durban of Buickset3! aly 6rht'rc?r! pr-C'( d.aSova $1200.: new Euicks. All are available on the tremely

eleventh grade last week man could be a Jack-of-all trades York and Mrs. II. L. Brownlee, Jr. Lawtey, !May 23. 1894 To th's' un- j\f'Jre-.cr\ drri'g A':"rct a-l Se".rh, liberal General Motors\ time plymentdan.

-and there was very little of Atlanta Ga., afternoon ion was born five daughters and! n.'Ilt.t 1Ijt1t p/iz.1 its market tsich
a i>o WI: NISEI:: : .\:\' i<:mCATION.? thought of the value of education with their spent uncle Monday Mr. G.-: two sons who survive her and are: pee '.'u/-it fl',?:' 417 cj I.)" 11..1 sales It adJJth () tics lyv:r /,.i ..! me':!., Ruick0,7ft

but the present Is a time of spec- M. Bennett 1 Mrs.[ Mary Rivers of Green Cove C1 tieS t'rakrs cf ".:1's I', i.s prlc "I.ss. e'&bt; ftltr' durinn.it5..d boor types, reprssitntjiig -
Tim word education means lllzatlou I'st ,IIli,,,.,. .. .. J
more and without an educationthe Mr. Jasper Dennett and Arthur : Springs; Mrs. Annie Curlee of Palatka And y"ttaitmark.Jpreferencof'rUaiekwoll.l: : : it / .-> a, prictJ from
than merely going to school. It youth's advancement $.4G3 t $1'9'/. jterory.
Is limited. be "
Moorer were visitors to Starke ; Mrs. Carl Carter of Law- ';rc t t"r i if a1 motorists r-iui.u tact: they ,
means to broaden the Intellectual .
of knowledge. If to Saturday. tey; Mrs. Laura McGwInn of can buy sic of ti3! : fourteen luxurious Djick CUIClt MOT9" COMPANY, FLINT:' MICHIGAN:
scope .
school and apply ourselves we to go the ItOIl'NT( ) HKMNA.NTH: Mr. hart Hlnson was a business White Plains. N. Y.; Miss Eva body type for lss than: $1300, f. o. b. factory. Vip;'"... of Cfntral tlart CorporationOnadlm

vls'tor! to Starke Monday. Durban. Lawtey; David Durban, These : 'JCfOt><1t junMm-fluick./ Oihw t. Ontario
best advantage it may be possible 1 Jr. : arc: Duickt tbro'.1g'1lH1l1 tlirougli: fmbody EuaUcn, Duicic and Motor Car
Mi and Mrs. Maxwell Throwerand ( of Jacksonville; Ed Durbanat : Mjrquenc
to use the tool "educalon." The m mbera of the freshman home. inR tSe fatl: orgy cf Duick features
baby Patricia and his mother c-.iLty: ? :
There 1 III an education In reading class held a meeting WednesdayOct. JJuick's n vw and '
: !
Mrs. O. A Thrower of Jacksonville Mrs. Durban was known as a surpi; : inly b-amtful; Dodici /
on education in travel also 30.Since. by Fisher th'1 famous J':::
) were dinner guests of the lat- sweet mother a loving wife and ; DuicU Valve-in-IIcad .

in many other thing, BO thereforeto we graduate from Junior ter'a sister Mrs. J. J. Zeigler Monday one that was always willing to cngin -- nojt {powerft.I engine rf its size in the J24 e ...-/ (eLO .

__ have a broader education we High tills year we have decidedto and was accompanied by her to help others In distress. She was \vorl I; Da .
must apply\ \ ourselves now when get a clans ring One was selected T
Miami. a good sweet Christian woman Mechanical 1 Drake! :; tea. new Buick
we have school to our and by a majority of the class. steering\; : ,
teachers diving their time usage for this We hope to have them soon. Messrs. E. 1(, Powell. C. A. having; united with the Methodist gear: ; new Road Shock Iliminacor: : :: ; and Cuick's B UI C I

)purpose of our advancement Can Youngblood K. R. Powell Arthur church when quite a young/ girl. new l longer rrar: springs with Lovejoy Duo- "

let 'John Moorer and J, P. Padgett were visitors She will be greatly in'sued' by her draullc Shoe!: Absorbers. '-
we these moments of our youth Hemingway has been read- -
to Starke Monday. invalid husband and children, who
slip away from our grasps? Ing "Treasure Island" since early The stew n.-lic", u''b 1l
5 ese features will introduce
Messrs. G. W Htnson n. L. loved her so dearly, and they Buick *
Hln are !5. PAS S H N O E R Specie\ equipment .frao
_f The States la spending morning and it was only with
? United a yen I' rev: no; llr're.lf4kl
heartbroken /rjfJrmall"e
son and John Hall were business over their loss. drlIg 4-DOOK SEDAN liwndprieanduJ.onlyreucn1{
annually millions! of dollars to great deal persuasion on the visitors to Starke Tuesday. The funeral which was largely edtride}n,?rt avd ,.,/t.t. b'c .. gM ....., d
better fit" us for our life's work. part of his mother that he finally it ; eo..I.c..b..n.'
t .
pat ,: tft 'AId
attended t these sir
was held at the home ,v gfHftfff models .Che liberal. G. : I rnrat
Have the [ consented to It M.A.Cd'InID.dPp'
l we privilege to squander put up when he are M
Sunday Pl.n. Can
morning at 9 o'clock eeredattlepricec/cdrsu'hirhmotoristlnever -
UTII. went to bed. His mother was not ......................... Rey. Starrs of the 'Methodist by tb)>t\ oj comparing tvitu+ Buick well ee the li>t price wh n compw". "*
prepared for the variation he F. O. D. FACTORY .utoobatmduw
KVKrtOREK.V church Mesdames W. F. Moore .
1i. S. I00: Till
sprung when he .
was saying his
: ()[n. K. A. nosier Cor.) > and F. R. Carradlno sweetly

__ -WITH ALACIIUA prayers"Give: us this day our dally .......................... "Jesus Blessed Jesus" and the REGISTER

Friday afternoon the Tornadoes bread; yo ho ho and a bottle of Mr. and Mrs. Levy Norman and Theo"choir sang after which"Nearer the MGod casket to MOTOR COMPANY
played their seventh of theseason
children of
Vanderbilt spent Sun- tenderly carried
to the
on grid-
day with Mr. and Mrs. R. S.
Ros- cemetry where she was laid to rest Starke Florida
Iron.There "My daddy Is taller than. yours"
ier.Mr. under a beautiful mound of
was a misunderstandingabout boasted Sunshine.
and Mrs.
A. n. Rosier and dowers by the side of her brother.
the Out -
game so that one "lie Isn't
replied Randolph ions, RUdolph and ,

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(,- -..-'-_-......._._--..-_-----i nasal ii--,_. -. ... -- -' .. .. -- -- h ____. ..- .- -- .-- ---. -- .- '''',-.. ; ..

'-'-. mere front I the BovcTiiment he is 'I............ ... ........ w'k-cnd with I'Jdna11I ems of w< iv Vilnius. liriv, SHudaII' }', Mr. Rlrknnimkcr and Mine f Irono '3':

I News of Florida in Sftott 111\'n; .1 sentence tempered withmercy' I BROOKER \Vnldo.Ami.. !11 111)(1f1'H.) Ili-nry Padgett Lomb were visiting hereFriday ,'::1
Paragraph i .
When a follow steals a mid rhllclren. !Mr. and Mrs. Gordon :>\ It
1\ Margnrot/ ( (ColHim Mr-,. Lassie nlfcht.M. :,\
',, loaf of broad to keep his fam'ly + lilies Penile alncyV1 1 a.stlln, Francis Murrhee. Dow- WndnWorlh' and children attended .-. Hubert Dvown and Hlntcr I.11t.; V'
from bianlng;: lie Is given twelve ..... .... ...+......e. >. MarHige, Shortie and Roy Ilo(.- I the circus at OalnoBVllle Saturday Thelma, attended the party a( MiO. < f is,

I mom ha) on (the county /gang foru..mt I :lohlflniolovod l to IC.irlton! Hcachir \ aftenioon.aIr II n, Brown's Wednesday, nlghi I 11..' "f
.'. and Mrs II. man Moody of
Live attalliig.: All of which Martha Varnes the : '
State News tlif\ day Friday ; < was M' Hobart Varnes and Van> o W' )
I brings to mind\ the fart that if you Lacrosse, were visiting here last A": and\ Mrs. IT. K. Roberta are woolt-ond) guest of Mrs I II.) .1 I. Byrd. Fim-yth wart here Saturday after \"

J decide to steal make the sum large Sunday.Mr. tin: proVul\ parents of a daughter, Mrs Drllu 1'r :srolt and Mr. and noon. aAi.

I enough\; to be respectablo. and Mrs. Fred Ilazen;; and born NoV :2 I, 1929. They have Mm. Nome Warren were vIsiting ,'. Lucy RlKdon/ was visiting ,';,'

I: children of Gainesville spent Sun- named her Margaret Arhonrenn. hero! Friday.! here Monday afternoon. \

( TOLD BY! OUR EXCHANGES Now (that the Fall showing at day hero with friends: and "rela; Mi1\ and Mrs. A', (t. Drown wasH Mi", and Mrs Jasper Brown and Mr.\ and Mrs. Charley Smith"t I

Washington has been settled In lives l>itsiiie visitor to StarUe Friday Mm Drown were visiting! : A. n.> were In Starke Friday. i

..!...-- -----_.---..--..--..,--..--.-.-,--...--..'.-- --_.._-,- ,. court, lid'son'n anniversary lias Dr. MlddJeton of Starke was Miami Mrs. Hiiro Starling and Brown Friday.M Miss Marie Hnltiwnnser and
-- ) ,
lj.-t. !rsburg Isaac C. Cook --- been properly observed, many foot- transacting bus.::ness here last Sat children, Clarence and\ Kvelyn ;. Talmadge Shuler of State brother of Jacksonville were vlslt- ,I a..

vis tor ,, from St Louis, .rud o A. Akerrnan. They were arrested ball games have been played, Al urday.Mr. were in Stnrke Friday. Farm, and Joe Kllerbee were hero fug Hubert and Thelma Brown of ,
i February 13, and liberated Capone bun picked hU winter resort and Mrs. (:. S. Laird and Mr.\ and Mrs Henry PudROtt and Jilt u rd a y' atlernoon.III l here Sunday.
'h: mullet today with the ;
i a nsw -
.:., ,. of a porpoise. lie caught under bonds of $7,500 each. No and Sidney Catts will soon daughter, Jean, spent the week- children, Dorothy Lenora, were -. Lacy Hlgdou of Starke was Mi and !Mrs. Cecil Rufuse and \ rt 1 1chlldl'en
Indictment had ever been returned know his political future, wouldIt end in Jacksonville with friends. visIting her mother Sunday. vlaltliiK Thelina Brown Saturday Harley and Maryen F'lM''t
iih in his hand as the t }
I p .,:'I ''ruck It with his nose por-and against!\ them, it was shown. GUS I not be In /good form to say something Mr. Percy Moody and Mr. Hon1ld Mi and, Mrs. A. (I. Drown and night. were visitors\ here Sunday. 1 V

ferez, another brother, owner of about Thanksgiving and how Bails of Lacrosse were visiting children. J. 11. Francis and Dola) Mi' Hoy Reynolds", left for a visit !Miss Stella }MayVard and O.
of the
"I it out water. Cook {
.ulnunln? at the Spa n furniture store, was released many shopp.ng: days are left before here last Sunday and Mrs J. A. Graves were' visiting with his other In Jacksonville.' J. l\foot'Pl1lts'd through here Sun
f the Incident occurred. shortly after the trio was taken Christmas. Messrs. Kuel Dukes and Morris Mr. and 1\I1'S. Bert Dynl of Miss Leola Fogg spout the weekend day. :' a '

i I- Into custody. I If you ar--gambling" In the Brown of Dukes attended( 11. Y. P. Hampton Sunday afternoon hero Mr. and Mrs! Vollle MrKlnney \ nfv

/ U. hero last Sunday night.' ; Mr. and 1\11'\ ". Charley Smith and hiss 1'IIIa.11I111118': and Ard- wero visiting here Sunday.
Haven stock market 111
\ Hi f r Sutherlandr you can look for
Oalnesvlllo\ With Hon. A. V. Mr. I. \.... I'lnholsler was attend- children were I the dinner guests<<: of nth McMtchen were visiting here
1 g. of Eagle: Lake, crash. One happened last week t
was Long, Judge of \ '
tho eighth judicial Mr. and Mrs Will McKlffer Sunday Friday Orlando Louise Shop
ng to business In Staik last Mon reopen'J
,ntl\, killed this morning whenii Stocks are Just like our Florida
Circuit: and Hon.( n. A. Gray of day. Mr. CJrnfleu Adklns passed ed for season at 11 Bust VashlugI' y/ to

ii 1 turned over and crushed TullaliasBee, state commander of real estate a few years ago. When Mrs. A. B. Crosby of Jackson Mlns Krstelle Wii-dln of Waldo. through here Frlduv. tOil street t ,
"., The youth was working In the American die prices were ten times the real 1

", 1 id 1 near Eagle/ Lake when the speakers, plans Legion for, scheduled at valuo (tho bottom fell out. Sticksaro vine Is spending some time herewith n. i ie

,i.lime., In crossing a furrow, 1 bin Armistice! celebration Gainesville's are complete worth just no much and when n. her parents Mr. and Mrs. L. y r ,

,,!1! i!' nlv reared and fell backward, according to the prices go: beyond that mark Galney. 1 H
announcement Mi'. Warner Mott of Hague station -
him beneath. something Is bound to happen In
?ill by those In
charge of arrange- ( was visiting here last Thurs I
ments. Thin! free all day celebration I tho market. And always remem- ? I
I -
''I oksvllle Frederickv.. is her that when you are gambling day. I
being mionsored' by llulaley w-
Among from here
I, ,,miaou, former publisher<<: of Ly1'hlost of I the American yoU are gambling: and when you attending hat! i
church at Hock) lant Sunday '
"Oil'all street"
Hiooksvllle Herald, was red and the Gainesville ar:' does not ,
chamber orI'ommel'ce. .
were and Mrs. II. P.
I ,ii.' I here today from New Or- I Both mean you are on "easy street" Gainey
Judge Loin and and Mr. and Mrs J. J. Morgan
,iii' ,uul 1 placedin Jail to await Commander i
Gray are eloquent- Sminklnir I n girl with a hairbrush Misses\ Pearl and Loss: Galney ,
'.,il mi a charge of forgery( of en- Ispeakf'rs. and, !it is expected that cost Harry Thaw $71,000. attended' the bull guine at Hampton ,

,:"i meat on a note. He was ar- several thousand( people will con- Now just whether It costs more to last Friday A pt) : "I
i, rt in New Orleans after a weather bureau
gregato around
courthouse spank them In New York or whelh- bliss Louise Tlppins a memberof
through several states and
.i. square for the speaking program) or it was easy picking/ to filch Harry this school faculty spent the o
I mlii following( his Indictment
which begins/ at 10;: 30 Monday\ out of his money Is something week-end' at her homo in Green

i'U7: by the Hernamlo county morning/:, :Nov.: 11. The speaking/ that is probijj! worrying many Cove Springs.Mr \ .

l ,.lId! Jury program will I be preceded by a big/ paragrapheru iu Florida. It is Moody of Lacrosse filled his I Ir

parade, starting at 10 o'clock and generally\ conceded however, that regular appointment at Hock last I
tt 1"'lInollYMI'" and Mrs: ( 10'V.. .
ending!\ the courthouse square] at YOU can spank much prettier girls Saturday and Sunday. I J
1:" "inun, tarmng! on Lake Wauii ..
10:30: Just preceding the speak In other states for less money and Mrs. Maggie Sutton of CJa'nesvllle : -
,' will start picking beans I'
ing./ not even use a hairbrush. was visiting her mother here '
day; morning. Mr. Freeman -- last Friday.Mi' Tit n'totttfPuna :
i 15 acres, of wonderful beans Headlines in v at GtnerttM I ,
Tallahassee dally papers say: -r' Wrgr rt
Hearing of the S. M. Molt and A. L Crosbywere
UK) i-xpects to gather several hnnII -, constitutionality of Jo'lordl1's: 1929!} "Ku Klux Klan. W. C. T. U., and /, ttrt FrittingGntnJ. I" '
transacting business In Juck-! i .qi It
ii I Baskets this first Anti-Saloon League ,at MitferJ :
( picking state-wide milk and cream act, now deny Joining sonvlllo last Friday night.: I 1

u. Freeman also has 65 acres of bf'lnalta'ked/ In federal court, the republican: party In Florida." Mr. J. H. Kelly filled his regular y Mich. .! IDrawn

'ilu finest fall cucumbers that have cannot be held( before Nov. 20, Attorney It seems then that "all Is lost but appointment Wayfore last v %

ii.','ii grown; lu this section Inn General I Fred I II. Davis has honor." "'e tremble to think of week-end. __ :

\ 'any\ years and the vines are lltiiully bean advised. When the hearing what will happen to the Republican Mr. Orval'nrd spent the week- r-Jft

covered with cukes of all Is held It will he before a special! party in Florida if oil !la discovered end here with his mother, Mrs. T
-is"' -. !Mr\ Freeman Is farming/ three-Judge In this state.
\ court at New Orleans. 1'. Ward.Mlnses. ;7
of i large scale and ships vegetables Constitutional!! of the art. which -.- Jo'loreneVl1r,1 and Beu- I

11tlw car load every spring; and seeks to regulate and control the XKAV: r.\HSiNGRn f'tUIEUUIES lah Lewis are spending/ some time 4. ,.

'mil/ sale of all Imported and domestic In Jacksonville with friends and gM I. .i
milk In Florida Beginning/ Sunday April: 21st I
was attacked by a relatives.Hev. : ,
i>avtona Beach-William Avent, Seaboard Hallway schedules for ..III
Georgia milk concern some time I and Mrs. Barnes spent the

v."(ids rider for a turpentine con- ago., The federal district court at Starke were posted as follower week-end here where he filed: his I a % Tatyw I --ys II I

i ,in, died in a local hospital! to- JackHonville wan asked for nn order SouthboundNo. regular appointment ut the Baptist I ,

ilin/ several! hours after he had enjoining state and county of- 1-Local) 11:19: p. m. church I ,

ii, 'n lot allegedly/ by his daugh-; !petals! from carrying out the provisions No. 11--(Local) 11:23: a. m. Mr. and Mrs. Mllla and childrenof }I

'''r i Iotha. ;The shoot'ng took place of the law. The Georgia No. 107--(Limited! ) 1:19: p. m. Jacksonville, spent Sunday herewith '
No. 191-(Limited) 10:34: m. i ,
i tht Avcnt home near Bunnell p.
complainant: alleged<<: amoiii other friends and relatives.

lining a family quarrel.! Avent things/ that its milk waa being >rtliboinil Mr. H. P. and L. H. Gainey f
illeged to have threatened his No. 2--(Local) B:35: a. m.
shipped to Jacksonville) and handled were transacting business I In

i' 'ft' and the girl fired on him with there by a distributor. Florida No. 12-local( ) 3:05: p. m. Starke last Monday. Tilting tt e", ', ptr v' '- J JI

.. ,\olver. The girl was allowed enforcement oncers, It was stated, No. 108-(Limited) 5:41: p m. M.'. A. It. Crosby of Jacksonville I ftrrmnt inrain berry" r s cII.::: ; &'- .I .(

I M i','turn to her home today but tried to regulate the Importation I ( Wannee Branch tharln 101 now spent! the week-end here with I tram actual f4pbotaJropb ( t

".U he arraigned. before County I Into Duval county of its milk and leaves Starke 7:00: a. m., and train: his family, Mrs. A. II. Crc.Vby and nft' "' __ I yaaatys: 7. ,.. ,..".: ".;1 1 :(r
;} m: !. ,
J imlRp G. K. Benson Bunnell 102 arrives Starke 2:40: p. m. ;; ;
at <<: cream. Tho state of Florida the son lien 11
Blue Iota Lines 1 1 t :
i morriiw> ,, allegation sets forth, Is attempting M,-. U. T. Osteen and Mr. Frazier I ( I
Northbound: G9! a. m., 1:58p. : I I ,,
to build a "Chinese wall" about C ,
were attending/ to business In v UI'r y \
m, 4:30: p. m., 8:2S: p. in., 5:10a. : i J '
Tampa Lured by the offer of the state against: the handling of Starke last Monday.Mrs. wsa. 1 I
tour percent discount and the outside milk ancl-creum m. v fun g i
( A. n. Crosby and 1'I0n' Glen, ,
Southbound-9:37: 11-37 \ pbit'iraph if atejr
a. m. :
\ii' c -Hslty of having a receipt be- were visiting/ Hellbronu Spring ,
a. m.4:07:: p. m., 6:37: m., 11:50: \ bring ntttJin :
'""I i. automobile license p. 1'11
u new plate
JfST IV: I 1'.1M:4lN0By :; last Monday.Mr. ;
p. m. iHfiij" /,.
'in be obtained, county taxpayers .
and Mrs. K. M.\ Hazen attended -

< 'iti'rday overwhelmed J. W. ( !K. J. ]Holly \ the circus: In Gainesville' \ .. --_ ; t'

Burnett collector, on the opening/ Another new Industry for Flor-< ............. ........ last Saturday.Mr. I

""I i the bonks for the gathering/ of :da Is In sight. It bus been discovered John Clemons and Mr. A. n. 1: (

iiu1)29( !) payments. Two hundred that paper can be made 2 HAMPTON : Surrency and son, Maine weretransacting \r it "

mil sixty-one persons' left $4 0.000 from pine and pine that probably C C lM Ada Nlrnmo, Cor. .. business In Starke last VISITORS to General Motors' ii68-acre Proving Ground marvel at the 't '"'

with the official before the doors would not lift of any use for lumber. .....N....N..NN..... Monday. y1
of weather bureau and ask what it is for.
w'rf- closed.\ Receipts overtopped Wrapping paper can be made Miss Stellamae Ward of Jack sight a complete .
tin, best !previous first day record here and maybe other sorts of paper Ontario James, Canada Pursley, Is spending of Slnco this, sonvllle, spent the week-end herewith The answer is that in the testing of cars every possible factor that :t
$32,000. The largest single; Something that would take her mother, Mrs. '
T. P. Ward
week with hla uncle Jack Purs- might affect a car's performance is considered by General :Motors'r'
payment was $16,000 on a hotel the place of the mall order cata- Messrs. Leslie Green and Mal-

property. logues for example. ley.HeV. 110 Surrency were transacting engineers -
Montgomery, pastor of the
First Methodist! church, preachedtwo business. In Starke last Tuesday. So precise arc some of the tests that even the difference bctwceri a.
Fort Myers Justice of the A night watchman at Tampa was Messrs. Emery and Alp Hazen,

race J, B. Conyers today was beaten to death for $12 all ol Sunday.excellent The attendance sermons here last havo gone to El!; Paso, Texas, sunny day and a. partly cloudy day-or between a. north breeze and a 11isouth {/

blocked !In efforts to try two Fort which leads one to believe that good, and his messages were was greatly very- where they will spend some time. breeze--is'considered.: s

M\ers newspapermen on charges I people In Tampa aro hungry or Mi1 and Mrs. C. 8. Laird and '
enjoyed. With each day's record of the mechanical tests applied to a car on t '
DI '
contempt of court, when Circuit elso tho Chicago gunmen are daughter Jean attended the shuw : ,

Midge; George \Whitehurst Is- spending! the winter In Florida and Mills Emmett Kathryn, were Weest the and guests brother of- In Gainesville last Saturday night, the roads and hills of the Proving Ground is included a report of the t II)

1I"d'll." writ of prohibition ordering keeping In practice. The price of ------+- _
Miss Kathryn's Mrs. A exact weather conditions prevailing. The engineers then can know t ''t
aunt L.
1 iHtlco' Conyers to show cause why killing in Chicago Is five dollars 1 ............4.;'...4.....

should not be restrained from up according to how badly the Sullivan of TheresHa. how weather affects performance and can have a. comparable record so n '

1 proceeding further with the case.Itrl person:* need killing. weiner Forty roast young given people by the enjoyed I Kpworth a :. GRAHAMMr. :. that every car tested is given an equal opportunity to prove itself 1.0 '. )

llanton, managing editor ofI' League/ on the> banks'of Santa Fer.ver ................... .... under exactly the same conditions. :
Fort Myers Tropical News and A controversy Is raging In west ,.

''i. 'tty: editor William U. Spears i Florida over the question of rais- i' ers: warm last Saturday rolls and evening\ Weln- and Mrs John J. Jleynolds Advance models of all the cars listed below were proved at the C
plced pickles and
son, the
re cited for contempt by Jus- ing a monument to the watermelon. In abundance spent week-end hE'rfJ. Proving Ground before introduced to the public. Read ,
wero and all reporta Mr and Mrs. J. A. Graves they were 47 w
Conyers as the result of pub- Another one wants a monument werethe
at'on! of two news Items report- to grits as grits are statewide pleasant time. dinner guests of Mr. and !Mrs about them; then clip and send the coupon. ;jr,
was given A. O.
; Brown.
>lug( trials of traffic cases The In popularity. Folks 'n other IS ,
tries" are alleged to have quoted parts of the state want a monu- by the Hampton school last Mr. Lucien Thomas and slater, II tit.v' .

thi constable making the arrests ment to the popeyed) mullet and Friday. It evening was a marked success. Cleo' attended the Hallowe'enparty rpA car for every purse and purpose I
was enjoyed by
:aylng that he "would starve to the Med fly but as there are no The everyone Friday night at the home. of CIIEVROLET.7 modals. "z'U" Oakland All American S"'oIn..calnrcombln.tinn.ln' [ k )
death, If he let the defendants samples of the Med fly for the ar- present. audience was so Mm. Hciulllu!; Jones. toy\ ).A..a In the pun unite of the 5,ra. Di.llncl.IoUIInal\ appear tiful Bodies by Fisher 2 "j
large, that all could not be seated Mrs Kqullla Jones Thelma four. Smooch, powerful 6*6.lIn.l. sacs Splendid performance. luau ,
with a warning" The Justice tist to copywell, that is out.E'LandarJ' In the largo auditorium. vstr.-in-bai.nain.. -ullful fouasppotnamena.Ateaav.culos.Fnh.r CADILLAC 2f$ models. 'U'e' "
, "1 3! is on a fe basis. The Brown, Dclma Surrency,' Pauline &, ... Also Milan d.li...,. Bodies by Fisher. '/000. The Sun Jar J of the WorlJ. ,: o,
makes of canned, foods teachers were highly congratulated Mills! were shopping in Starke l.ihtdehverychusis,134tonchaau; Panousehciant8.cynnder90degreeand g :
for the successful work that Miss Pauline Mills 1H con chusii with cab, both VIKING.3 models. 1199). General V-rypeansiue. Luxurious Bodies. by I
''ai'k* American better for children than old, spent the and fleerwood. Extensive
was preparation of the
'Automobile Association in a bul- oiit-of-Hpasou or over-ripe fruit Wednesday afternoon. pnc*. 90-dc re"V-ryp.en fnc.Striking range of color and, upholstery com sit:
entertainment. A nice sum of $19 1 rONTIAC motleli. *70-' 9'. Bodies by fisher. Unu.uaapo/ binations.AJ1 : "
1 I''tn released today, announced and vegetables maintain Anne was realized: which will be used Now offctf Dig li-, motoring lux pointment,also optional equipmentcombinations. ( Price t. o. b. Factories) t,g '

it dales for the International'Iemoblle P.erce.: Food Consultant "The for school benefits. ueyl.lnwcoor.1to'II.rL-h..d"n..n] ; ALSO f ell,,
speed classic at Day- rarenfs Magazine." May we go I COFFINS & CASKETS(: larger BoWel by Fisher. New ttmc- t d
John It. Col ley, who has been live colon tnd. stylish lipes BUICK.14model.$1225-$1991. fRIGIDAIRBAulomadeR.rllleta- t ,
'Nina Beach formally have been i f. step further and assert that Three new wheelbases. 118-124-13. lor. New silent model with cold-! .5.
.,n for March next and (Florida-canned, products with Iodine for several months In Kansas City II Aiul .a Full Line, of OLDSMOBILE. 8 models. $57inches.. 1'hercatesc Bitick of them control dvvlce. Tu-tone cabiners. .
1 to 15 ,
!Mo., returned to his home here this I $ton. The finCar, *t Low Price. all. Many new mechanical featu"' .. Price! and model range to suit evcrrfamily. ,
hai Kaye Don, well known Brltn content created In health- week.O. Undertakers Supplies! Now offers further refinements Fisher Bodies with new line*. l1. J' '
driver definitely has entered bringing uljra-vlolet sun rays and mechanically and in th. Fisher aBud. ,jtf S
L. Harrison and family were .MmodeU DELCO I IGIIT Electric Plant*-
AUTOMOIIII,1: 1E.11SMFAluayo : : .... Also debt optional egwpLASALLE. $2291-IJSTI. -
powerful which heh rich In vitamins will prove superior !t 11]
machine with business visitors to Gainesville meat combination .m Special and (."rripa..mn car to Cadillac Conti V! WuvrSyuems. Po.ldeall.lecui-
spas> to shatter the present record to standard; packs from else- this week. ,,n ll-nil. The I...t De Luxe line. nenrslhnes.Disnacuve.ppeaencae cal convenience end l.obot..an. t- ,
,." 231 miles an hour. The bul- where, asks the Orlando Sentinel. ..PO I. -t the low... prlpo.Bpvlal 90-Jeitrce/ V-type 8-eyhodatlean.t deuMARQLTITTH. *for the(urn. JI
M. Carverly of Connetlcutt 6 models +
, I arrived Munition" to .I..l'h ,6'I I 1i
tin also stated that Captain Mai1 here this week, and will ordersIiFo1T'IIIFIS 110)1. Buick. s new companion car, i1J-.
lm> Campbell of England who If those folks In the north wno dalllnedanJbu.hb"Su.u..S.chn- CLIP
, spend upend the winter in Sunny : FM11ti.wiit: ders. Fisher. bodies. Ics price) PUIS'"
Florida would _
ubllBti cl a record of 207 miles bavo never seen Florida lie Is the guest of Hotel Bukli qualiryand crafrunanshipwith- __ __ UPON I II' "
, n hour at Daytona Beach In 1928 just come down here now and Hampton, while here. DEWITT C. JONESCT.tillp = in reach of more families.OAKLAND. General -__ :

wIth his Blue Bird special. con- get a touch of our perfect weather. W. H. Maxwell of Miami\ spent :. "'I.ou.n vWe 9 motels !U u- Meg..., J Motor, *DtPG A), Detroit. Hcj-f --- ,'-
'mplatea fitting of the latestaplerS'hnelder see our golden fruit on the trees I mkALdrM mas In c.. 1"Thon.ode ,
the week-end with his family here. '- II ,,, 1. '
..._ "' In ,,: ;,, 4
cup engines into and the green vegetables in the TrnSu' };" (J/H. I ': '* Irlw, JSZ''*' CG -. 1
awn M'-w./I :
*hit, machine and intimates that fields, go fIshing where the speck p .. .,,......."'....../....::ittsssS&tt, : r rAJJrer.
, and big mouth bass areJumpng E N E' RALr/ "
may make another attempt to led perch .._- .
'gain the world's speed record. after the bait or to the I ij

ocean and gulf where tae bigger Y YES can clicrgc your 8 HRS /' .... I I .

Tampa -Thomas and Ricardo ones are lying In.walt-well, Florida MOTORS/ 0 -- i t1 t
p'-res, brother owners of the Ex- could not hold the crowds. The BATTERY In [ ISmith's 0 PoNTIAC OMAQrjBTTB "

c..Uor! Printing company of Ybor trorble with most people la that I O OLDSMOBILB O OAKLAND DBWCJC

City which was mentioned In the they know nothing about the real nxafx-ea.ndffaatrwayFary.. L'PtJ OVIKINO O t

mistrial of ex-Governor Sidney J. wonders and amusements of this glJaireAuroauri ( 0 CA.O lLI.AC
e-ary MoeJay f joP.M.Prnra5rsed.4
L ODele
Ctw '
Catts here last week were clearedof state. Stark TUH)W1AF axl.);sasouaMOVadlaalaliui*. __ 0-U ghc Elecuie Pewee. and 4rUSVITDq '
Garage U&l> PJa ,
any connection with the case ,

In federal court here today by When a fellow steal $100,000 or Fla. _. .-tM'!' ------.;.J

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g PAGE FOUR ______ __ ___ BRADFORD COUNTY irxKcnAPH, STARKE FLORIDA . ..FRIDAY, ._____ XOVKMHKK_ : K i In,,:,,"
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r 17 who died In a .........".9.."..". Tho race track
I'AUTV 1H (/n'lo/ :Y IN and costumes added to the gaietyof O P. Raymond conducting: the Grlfflu, aged being ,,111,,

I Ji HONOR OF BIRTHDAY the scene. Those enjoying thejr services. Mr. Perkins wan a Master I Tumpa hospital Friday. Rev SAMPSON CITY ed for the rodeo piiic"?, ,"

Cw'I'lt' : 01l BOY leader's hospitality were, : .luanlta Mason and this organization ''H'an'ood., pastor of the FirstI which In to be staged .H AI,, ''I

i vac and Sara Barefoot Lucy[ Ann stud had charge of the funural and Interment I redbyterlnn Church of Wauchula, 0. Cleo Thomas, .. November 11 and 12, is reads, f

LitHe George B. Flynn. Jr., son Ilurtwell Dew, Harold Johnson, which took place at Dyal conducted services, which were In ........................ uso. Tho track I Is ciumai"" ,d'I ?',

of Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Flynn, was Archibald and Clarlne Thonian" cemetery rharffo of Ooker's Funeral home. dished!: and Is 180 feet (ovc.) ,; ,, ,' '
four years old last Friday and his I Edna and Vonda Pearce FrancesLee Bynum Perkins wn born at I 'I'ho deceased was born In Bradford We had services here Sunday tar of a mile. Th<> arumi f.,., "

G MKH. IIROWM.KK: : HOSTKHSTO : aunt Miss Bonnie Canova, gave a and Sonny Peek and( Rivers! Mount Airy, Ga., in 1872. In 1910 I county, Florida, January 10, afternoon by Rev J. T. Guy of performance Is inside Ih,- t II, ,I","

; V.' 1>. f. birthday party in honor of the an- Hundley. Martha was assisted in he married Mlus Ola Mae MacDonald 1912, and had lived here about 12 I Starke. This will place a double in,

niversary. looking after her guests' by Mary of Cordele, Ga., and they have years before moving to Tampa a Mrs. K. A. Smith and children wire fencing between ihc M p>, "
Mrs. J, M. Brownlee delightfully Pearce. year ago. He is survived! by his tors and the performerH .,
been residents of Lawtey for many \ '
The guests were received in the relatives in Haw- "
Y a+ entertained the W. T. Weeks living room, which was gay with years where Mr. Perkins success- mother', Mrs. S. P. Grlffis, and sev-I wero visiting exhibit of wild life will ie, u)1), ,d I

1(, Chapter, V. D. C., Wednesday afternoon Hallowe'en colors and autumn (i. A. :MKKTH: : fuly cultivated grapes and had a eral brothers and sisters.-Wau- thorn Sunday afternoon.Mr. play for the two days and IlrlII", ',

at her lovely country flowers. The hostess was assistedin large number of bee hives, which chula Advocate and Mrs. Lonnie Morganand monts are being made for .in" ," :'
Circle 1 of the Baptist Girls each 4 children of Brooker were vis- i of Seminole Indians In ,
The reception hall and livIng entertaining the children, with Nq, produced quantities of honey com'"11
i F?, home. with Kameti and contests by June Auxiliary met with Martha, and year. Fall Festival iting relatives here Sunday. from Immokaiee to be pri'x! ,"I tl,,

fq t room were brightened Smith ]Martha\ Powell Lois Long, Mary Brownlee at the home of Mr. Perkins leaves a devoted Mr. and Mrs. Illrman! Prescott .

baskets of large yellow chrysan- Martha Brownlee, Virginia Maeger Mary Brownlee Monday afternoon wife; also two brothers; J. B. and children of Starke were visiting The thirteenth state betuint, ,,, ,

tYi' ,' themums. and Clarlse Gill with eleven members present. After Perkins of Mount Airy and Vance Penny Farms relatives here Sunday afternoon tlon convent'ou! will bc held" .,,.

: The newly elected president,, The Invited guests were: William the devotional, led by Mrs. W. Perkins If Baldwin, Ga. Cocoa. on Tuesday November l Mh,

a Mrs. A. M. Darby, presided over Powell Mack I
the meeting, and Mrs. L. II. 11111,, Powell, Jr., Granville Lewis Ed- were elected for the ensuing year: pieces sent by the faculty of B. H Penney Farms Is working up a supper given at the home of made by Karl Lehmann or 01111 1
fall festival for Nov. 14 and 15,
'y secretary and Mrs. O. C. White, Brownlee Mrs. C. B. Brown Wednesday do, chairman of the Florida ,,,,,
gar Wilkersln, Thomas Massey, Leader, Martha ; as- S, Members of the Starke Metho- Mr. and M!
with Interesting and entertaining -
treasurer each discharged the duties Ralph Rhodes Jr., Sonny Haynes, sistant leader Melba Silcox; sec- dist church, Eastern! Star and Jun- some night. All reported a, nice chamber of commerce beam if i, ",

: its of their office. The president! Leonard Smith Sonny Peek, Freeman retary-treasurer Daisy Tompkins; Ior High school. fatures. time. tlon committee. The conv.-iii.. ,'',,?,

,! appointed the following committees Register, Jr., Buddy An- and personal service chairman Mrs. Perkins' brother, B. A. Beginning at 3 o'clock Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas which is a semi-annual event h"..

} 6; to serve for the year: drews, Emmett and Comer Perry- Kitty Hogged. The girls decidedfor MacDonald of Albany Ga., was afternoon the bazaar will open and children of Jacksonville and been awarded to the East (c, ,

j 'i ;.\ Credentials: Miss Olive Ray,, man, Olin White Jr., Robert their circle work to study a among those out of town attend- with booths full of gifts for the Miss Lucille Thomas of Palatka, city: because of the excellent!! l h. ,

Miss Madge Middleton, Mian Ethel Biggs, Enos Hayes Luther Pow- missionary:! book, taking chapter ing the funeral. practical needs and gifts of a were visiting here Monday. tlflcation program being (',IM, ,, ,'i
6 J Griffin Miss Florence Matthews. more lovely nature that you would out in Brevard
ell, Jr. Sara Barefoot, Caroline at each meeting until book is Mr. and Mrs. Jim Varnes and county.
1 Ritch, Mrs.VV. ? love to own. There will be a stallof
Cemetery: Mrs. J II. I _
Green, Colette Green Virginia An- earn pletE'l1. FARMERS AVARNKD: OF children of :Starke. have recently
L. Wall Mrs. J. E. Wilson white elephants. Come look DeLand Modern barber ,
derson, Merry Beth Knight June During social half-hour, the hostesses UNLAWFUL IIAMI'KRS: moved here. We wish them much ,i'
f them over, perhaps you will wantto opened at 11B/
Mrs. S\ E. Drownlee. North Florida
Hall, Ida Lulu and Marjorie Davis, assisted by Mrs. J. M. BUCCPHB.! n\
Music Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Miss take one home. nue.
: Brownleo and Mrs H. L. Brown -.-
SUSlllFranl'es Patsy Warning was issued yesterdayby
E. K. Perry- Come and visit our rummage
I Ethel Grlffln and Mrs.
It ? Huth Walnwrlght, Rivers Bundle lee and Lulu Redgrave, served the Florida State Marketing;
4 sale we may have Just the article HOMK: IIKMONHTRATIOX.UJKNTS:
}( ? man Flnanco committee to serve Nettle Dowling, Joanna Massey, sandwiches wafers and Iced tea. Bureau to the farmers of Florida you have been needing. You can 1TINKRAUYMiss : No'riv19'I'o IIIDUrR.rHPaleI : !
Ruth Wyman, Kay Yarborough Circle No. 2 met with Mildred the of seventh-eighths
use ;
three months: Mrs. L. A. Davis,, I get It here at IIr very mederate bids will he received, l li,"
} Jacqueline Andrews Frances Lee Hundley( with seven members became Board uf liana
t{ bushel hampers, which unlawful Trustees of Hnuli,
pe '' s Mrs J. W. Andrews, Jr., and Mrs price. Come early and get your Pearl Jordan Home Dem- (County Florida, at the ofTli,
Peek, Elise Green, Nina Bishop, present. with November 1 under the 1
0. L. Bonsley. choice. onstration agent will hold the secretary of the Hoard, at Hiau,,,
Norman Bryant, Eloise; Harrison federal standardizationlaw Florida until 10 o'clock .
terms of
e a
YdY p. m or p.tember
Some of our people from the regular monthy 4-II Club meetingsat ?
The following delegates were ,
v 1929.
+ Mary Williams Gloria Buford, SUSS: :MYRTLE O. rRI'MP: HONORED which went into effect on that at hilt tlm ?",
r ; elected to attend the general convention Orient will conduct a real Orientaltea the following schools next lloly opened for clearing/ and g,",
F\ Freddie Wimberly, Snookle Cor- fJt'KHT; date Mnit on Road No. 85, known
n to be held In Hiloxl!, MI s.: room in Oriental fashion, serv- week: Scout Hole Road, in Hrudford"it,>, i
penlng Louise Stearns Lucille In the of the
*I'' i : Mrs. I... A. Davis, Mrs. S. E. Brown- citing terms new ing a chow mien supper at 60c, Monday, Nov. 11, Woodlawn ty; approximately 6.81 a"J'eM11
Bowers and Barbara Meade The regular meeting of Starke law Nelll Rhodes ass'stant: state ,\ work to |be done '111 ncco.rt,,,
f lee; alternates, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins chop suey at 50c, or a good New school a. m.Tuesday with the plans and InHtruetloiu, .
Guests from Gainesville were: Lucian Grove No. 278, will be held Tuesday commissioner of markets advisedtho ral q
and Mrs. J. E. Wilson. England supper for $35c. Nov. 12, Brooker a. m. nrovlMionH: special proviM i '
Gray Jr.? Norman, Torry and evening at 7:30: at the Woodmen users of hampers that confis- spool I illcatlonn and proposal: and, ,
The name of Mrs. II. A. Dew was The evening program Is free. It New river, afternoon. tract of Bradford county.
James Eastman, from Jacksonville, Hall. A class for initiation cation the federal
procedure by au-
presented for membership and it promises to be unique and InterestIng Wednesday 13, Ilellbronn, The right, !IH reserved< to r..J, i ..'
Virginia and Buddy Maeger, June will be presented and our degree thorities would undoubtedly follow or all hidH.
i voted unanimously to receive the kitchen orchestra will give morning: PlanH and epeclflcntlon
was Bute Marvin Ford Jr., and Joyce team will put on the initiatorywork. the finding of vegetables packedIn mil)
seen at the offIce
several numbers. will the secret
The gypsies 14
her when her credentials are com Thursday Graham morning. \
!! Ford." Starke circle will be honored tho Illegal sizes. The seven- the board.
I have the stage, but are keeping Friday, Nov. 15, Rising morn- ,
,; ki I pleted. : S. MATTIIt\ ;tt-
If by having Miss Crump, state eghts! bushel or 28-quart. hampers C. A. FtlTCHSfoi
their stunt secret but knowIt Chlllrn". ,
t A pleasing feature of the afternoon a we ing. ..
(( HCMtKAM HAM ENTERTAINED ) : manager, and our past state presi- have been extensively used by _-_tarv._ |.K-V I: ,
U. a : r i'' I 1 was Mrs. L. A. Davis' report will\ be good. Off in one corner -- h
? : dent, Mrs. Strickland aa our guests Florida shippers particularly as to
jTv" ,: of the state convention In you ran learn your future fate.
.j 1,,1 for the evening. All members of bean movements.
Jacksonville. The fortune tellers are, bound to
Miss Martha Brownlee enter- Starke'Grove kindly attend and Under the new law the stand-
After the business session the hold your secret, so don't hesitate. Modern
tained her Sunbeam Band with a visiting members are cordially In- ard hampers and round stave baskets Hotel
guests were entertained by two There will be an Iron pot teem-
Hallowe'en' social Saturday after- vited. After the business meeting for fruits and vegetables must *
lovely numbers by Mrs. J, W. Andrews ing with Scotchman's stewgrabfor
noon at the home of Mrs. W. J. there will be a social hour In the be -of the following capacities: 10c.
Jr. with Mrs. A. Z. Adkins
Epperson. The lower floor of this form of a silver tea, a. penny for One-eighth bushel one-fourth (Viitrul

as accompanist, Mrs. Andrews home was thrown together and .every Inch around your waist. bushel one-half bushel flve- As Is fronting to a cake, HILLSBORO
"How So Fair" from the opera *
sang decorated with Hallowe'en colors eighths bushel three-fourths bushel So are balloons to our festive date.
Martha by Flotow; and "In
for the occasion. After a number ItYNUM: PIOKKINS: one and one-half bushels, and Come and help us make merry Spurious
the Time of Roses" by Iteiehardt.I .
of games the little folks were two bushels Down at our old can nery.

I, Miss Martha Brownlee charmingly "Driving- taken into. a nook especially pre- Bynum, Perkins, 56, of Lawtey, I -. ., We'll\ have markers to show you Tampa Florida *

read Quest's" poem pared, where their fortunes: were died( suddenly Sunday morning HAM ORIFK1S.. AGED: 17, the way, so keep us in mind on ,

from tho Hear. most told. Refreshments were then about six o'clock. Funeral services Ri'itiin; IN nowMNn (mi\: : that day. November 14 and 15. Hospitable
The hostess served a
served In the dining room where were held Monday morning at ten *
salad course with
shades were drawn and candles o'clock at the Perkins' home with Funeral services were held in Delray Beach Beautification
assisted In .
tea serving and coffee by Mrs., and W.was U Wall, Mrs.J lighted. Hallowe'en noise makers Rev. J. T. Guy assisted by Rev.| Bowling Green Sunday for Sam C of local -cemetery progressing_ s $i.30: to $0.00 |per. day.

1'']. Wilson and !Mrs It. A. I -- n *
members enjoyingMrs. Free Cur !StorageQ .
__ Chapter ; .. f.\
Brownlee's hospitality were: .
Mesdames.'' ,\V.: I.... Wall R. A. r

Weeks Mrs. A. M. Darby. Louis Official .\.\.\ Hotel

If. Hill, Geo. C. White, J. E. Wil-
non O. Li Beasley .1, W. Andrews .. *
_ Jr., O. L. Haynes, L. A. Davis, E. ..v Radio
1C. Perryman, W. G. Halle A. Z.

Adklns, Misses Amelia Ray, Madge. !
Middleton and Ethel! Griffin.
-_ itwntea uttitar potrai* and ami*. Dining Room I
tatumi of K.C.A.and R.Y.L.,alMLtklifHonf
a/ Lowell immorand R A D Ii 0 .
J3PWOUTH M-JAUUK) ; VAUTY tfogan _Auocvrtu. : ,

-- League You will meet friends and a welcome New Department "sioKntottMl ..
Members of the Epworth
under the direction of Mrs. J. 11. from Lobby

Hitch, Jr., entertained last Again the public benefits from at

day evening with a Thurs-I s
party at the Woman's Club I i'X525252
The guests were greeted

door by a ghost who gave every- production economies 2bZ5Z525Z525Z5752S2525Z52,( n S tiTc r c c
one a warm welcome and ushered new '

i them into the darkened rooms of I Ie

the club house. The feature of

the evening was the grand marchat Day in and day out, for months, Majestic has been producing and selling up to; Ti: .

winning the conclusion costumes were of which announced the 6,000 complete radio sets each day. With 15,000 employees, Majestic operates, 81) I,

Miss Eva Marcotte walked off with great plants on a scale of efficiency which has constantly amazed the entire world: Vt.

Sf the honors was that for the of a girls belle; her of costume the- of industry. Continually improving production methods, without in any way|II w <

gay ninEties.Voodftn Hulle won relaxing on quality, Majestic has now effected tremendous new s

first disguised prize,as for a member the boys. of; the he was fair economics to be passed on to the public, in '

sex. '. *.$ ..: ,.'
Refreshments were served to : ; ;:;'' ; ty
Sensational new low ricer, "" '"'' "" .,
seventy guests by a committee p .

'composed of: !Mrs. W. 0. Halle; I I

Mrs. W. E. Mlddleton !Mrs. W. 0'1

4 Park8i Mrs. J. T. Guy, Kate on the latest Majestic Models : :

Struth and Thelma Redgrave. _

Come in and get yours today, and we will equip it with Majestic tubes, insuring (7 ( '
SENIOR: C. K.: -/o
TARTY finest quality of tone and amazingly true reproduction. ?3

The Senior Christian Endeavor

enjoyed a Hallowe'en .party Friday -

evening at the home of Mrs. .,.......

II. F. Clark. :f;..
Famous Famous *
Games and (contents well' mixed ... r ..iJ._... tj.il'Jft, !; .
with popcorn, applet and hobKobbllns I _._- ... ".oW'.;;< -i'l.-: -..
were enjoyed until a late Model Model
91 92
At the supposed conclusion of tg' x.wst(. ) '

the evening a tempting array of I 3s1\
salted pecans sandwiches In L A Plentiful IncomeAssurance

shapes of cats pumpkins and(

witches hats, doughnuts Iced( tea

and(candy was placed before piich NOW NOW of-li comfortable I income'in your later .
participant of the evening's fun.
Instead of the usual leave tak- w years is based on your saving now. For after .

ing there was 'a mad scramble for Id -1 A all, your whole investment program finds its be-

rice and then a dash to the manse 100LCSS ginning in your.weekly or monthly deposits at the "i
where Dr. Lowry was performinga $116
most Interesting ceremony. lrpsL teller's window. And the dollar planted today in I

Everyone voted !Mrs. Clark and 'l'UW.St : ILJUfcS a savings account becomes the fruited tree of independence 'r
her assistants the best of enter- \
$ tainers. riia6
: .
Members enjoying this occasion '
were: Dr. and Mrs. Lowry Misses

Elizabeth and Estelle Kendrick Do not delay in opening savings account. m
your ;
Lucile Mitchell Laura Lee HemIngway -

,t Ina Forsyth Edna llutto. DeWITT C. JONES Form the thrift habit now. Our staff is at your "

{ i Sunshine Hundley, Edna Stuns- disposal to advise you on your banking problems. ,

bury, JolIzabethVlIllam Carrie
I Uglow, Blanche Alderman, Annet- h

Williams. Isabel and Alice Fernandez
:, and Mr. Wesley Stearns. I

Invited guests were Miss Eunice HARDWARE ; ..

Perking, Mr. John Powell, Orle HONOR ROLL BANK t.

Wiggins and Mr. Bell, George X. S. M tthew., Pro*. R. J. Davis. Cashier
Smith and Courtney Stewart of Majestic Radio. .Crosley Radio 1I,

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vQVKMUKKH:: 1t)ai t/I ".\fa: nvw' ; ;
liO" ..._ .. _- .- ---.- .. COUNTY. ._ -- --- .._-_ ._ __.___ ______ u .. .. .. .. ---- I. :
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z z r s s2srs Ys stszszs szsz z s s I Mr. and Mrs. 0. Kirk Lewis have The Chief Executive;: favors ; plan') .stato'prison at Ralford, records i U. W. Rowe Carlyle Rltcb. If. '. '

announced the arrival of a baby: Big Increase I of concentrated agricultural; activity xhow. Here up-to-date poultry Co'. Rivers, A. l L. Green: It M. Al't I : "

I with each Institution specializing enterprise JR functioning( and a'' varez. WIH'am\ : Becker T. R Hard I".

Bits of I girl on Tuesday, Nov. 6. She ha Inmates State I In those products to which ) farm project with n wide varietyof ing, I n. II. McCain, 1Irs.V.. J. For- I ,.I'

been named Leslie Jane. tJt'r particular soils are bent 1 products, sponsored. Other than syth, C N Shaw N. G. Moody, J. I :

Institutions adapted. He would then adopt a agricultural activities this institution J. Slliox, K. B. Johns, R. F. l>..niorest f I

Miss\ Hazel Middleton the plan of exchanging with one another manufactures uulomobllo L. L I Norman, Everett "
tocal Nev$ -- the products raised over and tags, shirts and underwear. A plan Crews. T. F. Jeffords' Ira W. Arvclreu. I ,+
J week-end with frelnda at the WomUP.'B Ci oat Maintain: .
In That
Result Wood
above that necessary to the livelihood similar to this could be established N. O. Adams D I D. .
College In Tallahassee She Thorn Mounting: to of each Institution's Inmates. In each institution the Governor ward L. I. Leach. [Ira Wilson. I b.

Concerning Our People Business and also visited Mlas Sora Embrey In I Rig Sum Governor Carlton says that the says and thereby brings about a John Johnson Mary L Wynn, J. B. ,.
; to'
Quincy institutions' should not compete condition where all are feeding Andrews. James llornaby, Mrs. )I. '!i ,"
Progress of the County and Town. Florida's state Instltut'ons are with Florida] manufacturing concerns themselves and help'iiR: to feed the L. Sasnee, A P. Schnell. J. H. Pre 1 ,,'.
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Clarke and at the present time housing a great and should not raise pro- otlrers. An agricultural plan Is vail. Mrs. W. W. Moore S. V. Andrews J;"

.. son, Reginald Clarke, of Amerlcus, Increase In dependent over lastyear ducci for sale, thereby entering better In the opinion of the executive Mrs. R. I>. Strickland. T. I. n
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.Su'Z525' : : : .5-115Z=, =....=. = --- ft Ga., were guests of Mr and Mrs ..
:,GJ:: = -= ==cacacaca S J and l, as a result are spend business In competition with business rather than one In which institutions C. Edwards!: Sanford E RItrh, Mr"I. I
7 T T. Long spent' Gloria It. F. Demorest for several days ing a decided Increase of public r p
,'.1 t MII motored to Jacksonville houses. He declares, however, are made manufacturingconcern L. Johns. <
,'' ,oouln Jacksonville.I Monday this week. funds It has been brought out in that they should raise sufficient and compete with Florida f'I'

) an Investigation of reports given foodstuffs to feed themselves and business houses Slarke -' Starke Bargain Store r :: )'.

I ru7.' ..in.-'. all sizes. J. K., Klck-' Mrs. C. A. Knight and hire J. Mr. and Mrs. Joe M. Davis were/ Governor Doyle E. Carlton each 111 that manner greatly decrease' opened in building formerly orcn- : ,i".' "' Y\\\\

C. Rob'nson were In Waldo Tuesday '. Visiting Jacksonville friends and .relatives In month. At the same time there underway Is the present coot of operation H40lt IIOI.L pled by T. & P. Store. .\'r ,.: '.th,
Saturday.Mr. movement
I for ot 1 ?; :4ts
Thousands Laying
are spent annually Tarpon Springs --- ,
afternoon '
} ,1
1/7 ii Ritch, Jr., visited ; to make the Institutions more foods, many of which! could bo pro Paying theirlbs..rltlons]) to floor at canning: factory of TUKwell I. 'd:.. ;'"
and Mrs. W. II. Mitchell\ .
t this week "- self-supporting, a plan of exchange ': ,
Machua ; :duced. the In October J. & Wiseman on Dlsston avenue "r ( :
Telegraph were
1,, al Miss I :
Lucille \Mitchell Is visiting and sons, Frank and Joe .Martin, of products being discussed as the H t;: ,:fj
M. I Edwards ]1'. A ]Fisher! (J. W. Btarted :
her Mrs. Probably the most outstanding I '.
aunt Llbble Stevens i In, of Lakeland, spent the week-end of bringing
I 7 'I is visiting Ills most logical; means ::
if Manning Hazon. Dalton Carter 111'8V.\ W Coron Contract awarded for r
I I Lake City. example in the state at the present
here with Mr. .
and Mrs. J. M.
this week. about a. saving In expenses.A ''
|4e1., i i Manning Mitchell.\ total Increase of 074 persons time with reference to food production Monden. K: C, Johns Fred G, painting outside of Brevanl, Hotel ,i <' ,'

The Sunbeam will!\ of an Institution, Is the i Stone Lacy Thomas, II. W Thom building. ,,a. w.
visited Jackson hold their -- ---- has been made In average *"A-: l r Hitch regular/ meeting at the chuck Monday Mrs. Hugh Hrownlee, Jr., re at the four main Institutions. -- ,nt

\tt'. "MII',,' 'lay. afternoon at four o'clock. turned to her home In ,Atlanta At tho state hospital at I y
Tuesday after week's visit '11th of 42 inmates "
IL .} Chattahoochee a gain
of Lake City,
,,, "rhoncey
v ? Queen Charlotte run-proof hosIery her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M.\ 'u.ev-' has been shown In the aver-

I simile, \ ) in Starke.I can be found at The Quality; iron age dally attendance so far this t

I .nl\-Manning--motored- to Store.Mr. year. At the state prison, at Ral- M-C Specials Nov. 8 9
|I" "
Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Jenson forrd on Increase of 21 S In dally
Lorn Friday
t lilt. and Mrs. I)Ames Lake have announced the arrival of a average/ attendance has been re

'. Worth were In Starke several days girl on Thursday, Oct. 31. She corded. The Industrial school for
J. :
|,rntsh; II apartments. last week. has been named Margaret ]Kleano. boya, at Marlnnna, shows an aver- I
lllterllton age dally gain of thirty-three 3 Minute La Touraine Sun-Maid

Messrs. W. [3. and J. H. Alexan while the girls' school nt Ocala has
'carter, of Lawtey, was in der of Hampton were visitors! here Air and Mrs. W. S. Ray of shown but an average dally gain of OATS I COFFEE RAISINS ;

l HI i.iturday; Saturday. Hlneavllle, Ga., are the proud )parents three persons I.,.: '

of a son, born November 3, ,
,rdOl'. Hosiery, $1.50 to $:x.01! Mm\ Winifred 1929. Mrs. Roy will be remembered 1''I: >4'IIH1'0"" nnl.IU
Store. ]Expenses, based on the per capita 3 25c Pound 46c 15 lOc
Quality" l Friday.Cabbage Highland. 1 was visiting here last here as Miss\ Opal Lewis. expenditure allowed by law. packages can oz. pkg. ;,

;anti';;"Mrs J. H. Lawrence have Increased at these institutions -
Mr.\ and Mrs. J J. Johns and Mr. aS'
hero from Keystone the sum of $255,458. Per j',
vmitnni / and<1 Onion plants. J. F.Kickliter. Leofrlc Johns spent last Sunday In Fancy. Firm
at the institutionsare
[rte Saturday. I Baldwin the guest of their son nnd capita expenses
as follows: State hospital $28 j
daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. IRISH POTATOESlOPounds39c
and,, Mrs II. C. Richard ofa Mr. and \Mrs. U S. Edwards and: Freeman Johns. per person per month: state prison : -
tlc were here Sunday after $30 ; boys' school, $30. andgirls'
i children spent tile week-end
Inl school $34. Increase at the
Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Durden and '
and Fairbanks.Mrs. .
1 hospital on this basis has been Gold Medal If are thinking of ;
Mr.\ and Mrs. C. C. Hopps of Tampa you
and Mrs Phil Maguire and $140,794 ; at the prison, $78,480 : NUTS ,x
\ J. W. and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh
Andrews Jr. and
"daughter Sue Darby, moved Ah's. I K, I,. Higgs spent SaturdayIn of "Americua", Ga.. will\ be guests at the boys' school $34,662, and FLOURSelfRising making a Fruit CAKE ., '
tho girls school $1.522. Total expenditures -
all> in Orlando Jacksonville.Mr. \ of Mr.\ and Mrs. O. L. Beasley this '
weekend.The at these and two other we have the STUFF: Fresh ShipmentIlrazil l':

ir -L' II Hill and' Mr. Enoch institutions, according to Comp- ,
and \Mrs. W. J. 1
Epperson. r
''is wore business visitors here Jr., of Jacksonville, were visiting Y.Y.. A. will hold Its Jugular troller ]Ernest Amos' report whichIs Currants, pkg. ISc pound ..lJc
day business: meeting Friday evening now being! printed, was $1,063- 21
friends here last week. pounds $1.25
862 for the fiscal year ending 'Walnuts' pound .?oc
o'clock at t'
:, Nov. 8th at seven Raisins pkg. We
'ut Iva noyd of Johnstown, -- -- June 30, 1929. Expenses;: for the 12 pounds Eric ,
the home of Miss Inez Abernathy.
Seed rye, and 1 oats J. F. \
t Saturday with Miss Edna Kickliter. rape All members are cordially Invited present year will no doubt show a 6 Pounds Sic Cherries pound 80cPineapple Mixed Nuts, pound 30c ; ,
decided Increase In population, officials ,
bull' to be present and new members -
out. Expenses at the I ,
Mr. C. If. Coulter spent the will be gladly re<'elved. pound 70c ftl
't Math Wasdin and children Deaf and Illlrd,School at St. Aug- Compound Alaga
week-end In Tallahassee and
Graham were visitors here Quincy Mr It. II. Green of Brooker wasa uftino dur'ng the last fiscal yearwero Orange Peel pound 33c
,din $121,311.30, and( at the ,
visitor to the Telegraph officeMoudry '
!Farm, Colony at Gainesville, $118261.06. ,- LARD SYRUP jj,
Mack\ Addition, of Lake Butler,, ; morning. Mr. Green Is Lemon Peel pound 33c ,
mil Mrs Mlllard Boyd of
one of the Telegraph's oldest subscribers -
was a business visitor to Starke '
pa) ,
lie, .1 I O Boyd regularly for nearly forty years. Farming( la seen by Gov. Carl- Pound 12c Pint Can -'- -ISe :

ton solution to the problemof
as n. .
and :Mrs. T. 1) Proctor of Dates flka. 18e
r Hid 1 Mrs J. It. Chancey and upkeep I In these institutions.
Lake Duller, were visitors to I The circles of the Baptist W. M. ... .. .. .. .. N
Jitfi( or ,Lake were Starke Tuesday S. will hold their regular meeting '
in' !* visitors here Saturday. ;Monday afternoon at three o'clockat Lake View IN Quarters ;a
---- '
Hed Goose shoes for children t the home of Mrs. W. J. Epper- :", .. 'j ;
Irf R; M Johns and daughter with Mrs. Kpperson< and< Mrs.
and Friedman-Shelby for the son CREAMERY BUTTER Per Pound 48c
grown-ups at The Quality Store. II. L. Brownlee as hostesses. All j

members are cordially Invited and .- ... .- .. .. -_
[NT A MRCOLUMN \Mr Gaston Williams, of Boston earnestly requested to be present. 1

was the guest of Mr. and Mrs MLevlton .- -- Gibbs SaltWhite Pure CaneSUGAR !
th's week. Mr\ and \Mrs J. M. Mitchell and

daughter; I.ucl1attended\ the funeral

Congressman Lex Green of of Mr Mitchell's sister, Miss CATSUP Bacon j
INT TO BUY Some good Curtis 1 ;
I Washington: I>. C. Is spending sev- Nellie Mitchell, in Lake City Sun n
cans and other choice varle-

e!. N D. Wainwright 111tfRll .. eral,days Mr. and In Starke Mrs.\ W.with H. his Green.parents day the and funeral Mrs.afternoon.T. J.from Griffin.Others here were attending Mr. : and Mr. 8 oz. Bottle-1ft IDe Pound - 15c IOlbs.---- I 1 f .

, SALE Two roller sugar Messrs. J. E. demons J. M\ Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs. O. J, ,
till' and< boiler. J. B. Prevatt,, 11I 1. '
ampton.. ll-l-2t" Molt, R. T. Osteen, A. B. Surrencyand Gilflln.KI Bradford County I. '

._ I. W. Plnholsler] of Brooker I /
In Starke Monday.Mrs. , .\\S ASKKI; )
I It! SALE- ,gentle work were TO KKTTI.K: : TAXKH: SWEET\ POTATOESSPoundsJOc tl t.)

.irse, Bound<1 and solid, $45 cash.
]K. 1\f\ Rooks and children .
it Williams, Starke. 1182lt n
Marvin and Rebecca, spent the Floridians desiring to effect ad- aNINIINIIYIIINNIIIIUW./IxLINnx146NbuNIYIINIuNIInIIbININIaW"' / ,, ..,, ,,, .., ,,,''"IIIIIiiIIli41IIIIIINIIIIIIIIIYIIIWIIinllillluillJ@IWIIIIII" ;," i i ,,,i ti.,, ': '" "'" "<"Nel,,;,'l, ',,"" ,i, ,,luW,, < ., ', ', ...- fl'I' \
weekend with Mr. and Mrs A. W justments and<1 compromises In the
't SALE OH RENT home i
payment of taxes should do so at
Starke.\ 7 room and bath. W.f .. RedgraveThe the time for settling la esthl'ough
once as
f f. Bryan, Lawtey. 11-8-21 the newly-created delinquent 4 J
new brown and meteor
--- shades In the Gordon V-line hos- tax adjustment board Is EXCLUSIVELYAt c:: STORE n

'I RENTTwo:floor and one apartments lower floor., onepper iery darker heels at the Quality Amos growing announced.short, Comptroller Ernest theQUALITY ,';-f'f

Store. ,
!irs F H Itt STOKE
Long Starke. The board was created by the

1929 legislature for each county .P. B. Canovu, Jr. F. C. Fly n '' I tI.
\ nUmltarl and Myrtle -< ___ IIII3.11.mA& 1
Mrs. M. D. : :
: 1k'\o\ .
t RENT:; Furnished apart- 1 : later than _ __ .. 'I"V'I
Mrs1! hk Mofrtiify meetings: not 11. '
Reddish and jrsq/-AflaTr, : I
---r: : j _
lent private bath and garage,, were "In the tenth day of July, August, .;.; -- .
and McKay Johnson ,,, ,,,7,;, .
I l "' 'fl''"'" uy '
Walnut street. Mrs. S, F- Gainesville: Wednesday afternoon. I September and October and No- ..
lamrick. Starke. 't vember of the current year were d

8IONARY: STRAWBERRY Mr. and Mrs. Callis Manningand 1 provided: for the purpose of receiving t

LANTS- Mrs. L. E. Mosley and daughter and passing upon applications i

HI r-harles: 2.50 C. Smith per 1000, P. last O. of Ralford were here Wednesday of for taxes.compromising and< adjustIng : Bargain Store : i i p ,

Mlllard Boyd of state are to be sold January 1 to 41 ,I.IW I..
i\TEn; Missionary strawber- Mr. and Mrs. I t ::1 l
v plant, Highest prices paid Tampa, Mr.\ J. G. Boyd and Miss the highest bidder, making It necessary j ,: 4';' '

1 dealer. Write Southernlam [Iva Boyd spent Sunday In Lake for prompt action amongall I J!- I

Specialist, Dinsmore, Fla Butler with relatives.Mr. < before who the desire delinquent to settle, their sales taxes are Will continue its cut price sale one week y ylonger. ;; i'ij'I. )

'atlnl the amount you can fur- 1.j,;. ,
kit It* \ and Mrs. R. F. Demorest, held the comptroller said. j A' '!
Sir. and Mrs\ E. J. Clarke and son. In an opln'.on: to the comptroller q "at'1 1I '.
Fred II. Ua- I } .I
'I 1 Tuesday In Jack- Attorney General
SALT -2 year old grafted Reginald, spent p II.n .
nes t eld grown. Peach, pecan sonville. vii said the boards would pass out ,. fj
existence after the November { omens felt hats, $1.50 $2.00 j
nd rnamental shrubs. We carry Mrs. 0 A. Mitchell has returned meeting. Let Us Be Your Investment !
hull line of Bradley's Fertlllzr from Jacksonville\ where she I 4SKf'KKTAKV $3.00 and $3.75 values ________98c j t\: :\;
Vin : : Iwn' TO Kl\ ltl.//;:,
Brownlee Bros. 11-1-tf. underwent an operation at St. IV I'KIM.tllV NEXT: JUNE:' : House Dresses __98c j. .r j Guide 1 .. '
cent's Hospital.Mrs. -- -- -- -- --- ; "i

mat- TED) farm TO by RENT reliable- party At once for, ]E. S. Matthews Miss Ethel William M. Igou, O. appointed secretary SLlklose _... _._____,19cMen's ni a.1 1A .
Governor' pans ty
of state by
.j flU with the option to buy Ifnlent' Crimn and Jacksonville Miss Minnie]Friday Oruber afternoon ton to succeed the late K. Clay' fleeced drawers ____ __ /9c I Let this bank help you to choose wise and sale investments i\ l'Hen's
ijllV -
; to j.
near city, good drove Crawford, announced that he

OUI"[ high elevation, electric and peat the weekend.Mr. would be a candldata succeed : fleeced shirts _ u .._ .-19c us it is! helping no many others. When tf i
"at telephone, hen house, 1 the democratic primarynext ; :
rUlt:ther 'outbuildings, cultivated and Mrs.Miss Freeman Christine Johns of himself June. : : One lot men's shirts $2J>0.._ _. 98c .j your savings deposits grow to the point where you :.r
berries for home use good Baldwin Town-I Igou, who assumed office on f'I f-,
rater! fence Address givlng.o- send of Lake Butler Johns were Sunday. Sept. 23, will run for the onexplrerf can realize a more profitable return consult our 1',.

r r.atlon and price In first letter. Mr\ and Mrs. Jeff term of Crawford, which will So long as they last If they fade or shrink >:
B T. rare Bradford County I cashier! He will be glad to act as your investment M i t

relfograph, Starke, Florida. It* Mr, and Mrs A. L. Kahr. and Jr.. end Igou In ,1933.when appointed as secretary -i bring them back and get new-ones. Guar I I j : 1i 1 t'\,
Anderson I '
Mr and Mrs. Sam j guide and will advise how increase .'
Pearl Manning' of state was In the banking anteed full.cut fast colors. ; you you can safely ,
:.OO REWARD For evidence son, Lyle, and \Miss i \ '
und real estate business at Eustis. 1
convict this dog thelf. Stolen. spent Sunday In Jacksonville. :I Ho formerly represented Lake I You can buy at the Bargain store for the I your income. i iI

10unI, dog color blue with of I In the legislature and for a t hi
irown Mr. and l\lrs. R. P. Jourdan county whole family for less money. j ; I "
ears, black left I ,,
spot on of Dr. and number of years wan senator from

1P'er] anti of tall.black Good circle size around and cen-in Wildwood Mrs. E t D.:. were Blss guests over the week-, that district. j 3 Bradford County Bank: f \


:"oleii Saturday afternoon be- Mr. R. M. Baker 5l Issued daring last week of September Get the habit of trading here' I j Bradford County's Financial Stronghold L 1
.een 4 and 5 o'clock on the Dr. of Sheriff totalled ",665. j f

'"bile'! road In front of my farm. Jacksonville, W were J. guest Epperson Sun- Waldo Bankjof: .Waldo open- _ _ STARKE, FLA.I -, ,;

*o. A, Gardiner, Starke Fla. and Mrs. ed for business recently. .. .. W' ... / ., > d ll
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;' PAO15 "SIX' miAnronn COUXTY TFJE: ( R\pn. BTARKK.: rLonn ),'nm" "( nT

._-- --' .- .. ._ ___ __ U' __ __ _. _, ------ _. II N
.. .. . __ ___ _..__, U _._ .. _
... .'.". -- elb, and at higher profit too. The Growers Urged To CAM: itoiticit HL.CeSSlnIn' ; "If thou, h h ,,in I ,!

poullrymea of Canada: formed an .MOMOMM1IHT: AT ( ano's Ling! ii I '"

( ) Mow to ] .:'U'I'UDmX'I': STATION least an hour in HI." ,
t association and realized twelve I Plant Different
yg lHIl ht'tlli ( and tobacco <' ,11.I ,.,
I n
} <
jFtt'tniC' .
cents dozen for their
/ Raise.Poultry. more eggs I Growers of sugar cane often tobacco extra i i 1",,

w I r I than they had ever been able to Potato Varieties have their crops seriously damagedby deaux) .

(By Agricultural Editor) : ;A get before. .. an enemy known as the cane ''Seed, cane ..h"1. :'

.-. ---- -_. __. -. m .-_. __ _. .-._ -.- By Dr. L. D. LeG ar, V. S. Hero are Just a few examples of Potato growers should consider: borer. Very often roporti are received in fall.the The beds.boii-i It ih..\.\ "I, ,

St. Locals, Mo. what co-openulve marketing has trial plantings of some varieties of the damage of this Insect three four "
or in -In
Farmers and Truckers Arc Invited to Contribute Articles Dr.L.OearI.'CoilcB.graduate. 1892.of the IhlrtT-.l OntarioVcreriimrr : done and, Is do ng for those engaged other) than the Rnauldlng:': Hose Dr. In this lit ate. A grower who safe from cold< .,111'1" ,'

of Farm K\periences and Methods Found I of.year llv!veterinary. Mock end practice poultry.. on Kmlncnt,di.OM ei In It. The potiltrymen of this L. O. Grutz associate plant pathologist had experienced losses recently that the moth v' ,
? To lie Best Suited to Our Country authority on poultry and stork raining. country must come to it also, sooner of the Florida Experiment' wrote to the Florida l Experiment emerging Tin,. .
Nationally knows poultry breeder. Station for Information and Instruction -
..' u .. __ '_. .' .. ,.._ I Noted author and lecturer. or later if they are over to realIze Station, bel'eves. In experiments planted bufom t Iii,
for the control of this: -- a
4 --- - -- I II II -- I the full profit I that Is rightfully I he has found that (he SpauldIng pest. Professor J. U. Watson t entomologist The hornrn will, i

Care In HandlingOf I j IIIXTH TO HOt'SEWIVKS I --Arlioi'XXXI'lV theirs. This l III an age of big bus'-I Rose Is considerably out yielded by replied aa follows: rounty at Loni "

| |I HOW AIKH'T r.XIONH ness done In a MK way and we who I ouch varieties as Irish Cobblers, "This insect Is well distributed year, Hen F. \VlinK '
Sweet Potatoes I 'I 1 1i FOR JoW: l.nOUl'C'I.ItS'f i : live In this ago must fall In line or through the state, and Is particul- /., antioin ri', d Homo 1h i ; Green Mountains -
I I1,11".rU' watch tho procession KO marching arly serious In many areas for the winter >

f'f Great Loss I Mas"I'lovcii on to a success !in which W'j cannot The tests were conducted "In planting new fields especll- track at Longwocxi ,
Saves ('O"II'I':1lh'l'I"I'lu'lIu: f \Vlilrh at Hastings, and In the Evergladesand I
t6; : bhare. If you are not big( enoughto Iy where there are no borers be bought for a tiuiji'i' ,
: HOrsiilOM) : JOn Very Siircfwifiil; In duos'lather \ had \been ruun'ng for five I
1 __ )niiviui'ttNcH Hut :M.'iiiy/ d.vwltaltcs get Into the procession single- very careful'to secure uninfesled! grand circuit! trill!?i
his issued "1
years as
Careful handling and suitable lrii\M'i-H Tluit Stick to OM'cr I'oultryiiK'ii.Mark handed}, you can combine your resources wljen report peed:, never get can from Infested will sec the firm .\1., ,
; Bulletin 201 of the Florida" Ex- "
tpz storage are the most vital prob- : with others like yourself fields. Cane moved from one pointto tho middle( of next II..,

+''} l< mn of sweet potato growers Now '8 the time to remedy the Twain once Raid l of the and( all march! together for the periment lic. Station was made pub- another should be Inspecetd said and the firm II l I

L' since over 20 percent of the potato bureau drawer that sticks. If it is weather, that everybody talks common good. carefully by one who knows his held on ChrUtmm
D.v Gratz found that the varieties -
d crop rots G. F. Weber, associate not quite dry when returned to its about It but nobody does anything I do not moan to imply that co- had had fair tests under different business. A little care at the proper one-day meet IMHM, ''Ill

plant pathologist of the Florida about It. Much the same thins operatlvo marketing; is a K'ng- time may result in the savingof There wll be a ilmil
u will discover the spot I conditions. Dr. I
1w l Experiment Station ad: place, you Cure-All for 111 the poultry However In the
( might bo said l about co-operative: every much cane and money Now Year's dm '11I11
weather is likely to recommend that
that In damp Crab does not
Core must be tal l\'JI\. In diggingand business is afflicted' with : neitherdo ,, end. : uray which will t h,
marketing poultry, raisers.To .
among: \ '
iwell and make trouble. Take a abandon the Spauldlng enttrelyrathej' handling; sweet potatoes so as I wish: to give the Impressionthat growers ] Where the borer has obtaineda two three and r"1
be there ,
of yellow soap, sure are some co-op- a
common that they some
piece try-
to keep them tree of bruises, a s'mple dub of poultrymen foothold much can be done to ovcnts' (during ,
orutlve organizations working Ful"1...
Y moisten it, and rub freely the parts nqw of these other varieties on a small
blemishes and digger cuts. Sort in enough.. A well managed commercial check It. The moth Is not a strong and April.
y' In several sections of
t r which: too tight. Also soap successfully\ scale and what results be
ore see may _.
: institution It must bo big flier and 'spread from field to +
the of the drawer the country notably in California The market for
r under part
storing enough to be truly representative accomplished. field slowly. Spreading la mostlythrough Clermont Ri,>ln ,
and central q
of the western
slides. Or apply a tal- Home I
where it Florida
unsound of the In which It potatoes expects Spaulding to install ,
c are or territory operates Infested seed canes Vltaphor.tSTRAWBERRY i'' lIn ,
'brp low ('(I ndle. Or rub the parts freely states. The "Coops" of Canada, Rosen:, and( It may be that the other 'I
Disease spores enter through It must be operated on the -
with bacon rind. But the too offer a notable example of would sell :7 r"tS SaSa45''
: soap varieties not as 5Z5u'! r
bruises Dr. Weber said:
v' cuts or principle lard down by the Threes
\i\! likely to effect the more permanent what can be accompl'shed. Taking readily! w
The following rots caused by Musketeers of Dumas' famous
the whole situation
Iw t by and large
Interested In securing
cure. Anyono aropy
described by Dr. Weber "All for forall.
fungi are true"that story, one and one !, '
d # /as> the main rots causing losses to flaw Downy Quills however, It Is almost literally The poultrymen must understand of Station: Bulletin] 201 In For fifty years we have grown and sold the 1 bent,
use an eldertown quilt!; be- much has been mild about cooperative which the results of the variety
the Florida sweet potato grower: y/lth !, the management' problems berry plaiv 'j grown. See our agents and get:( vun.
+ S R "Soft Hot Is The comecompacted, together and marketing, but little the tests are described cnn do so by mall direct to Dam
very common and management; must understand in with them or same me. <
.i <, ?tor t potato becomes soft wet and tones Its elasticity.: Take It out ofdoors done about It. those of' the poultryman.) wilting to the editorial office Experiment short th's season every place to we advise you L...,
shake and brush it, and expose To be sure it is no simple problem Station, Gainesville and
mushy quickly after being dug and There must be harmony and con der In early and make sure of your wants

stored, and It l Is often covered by It to sunshine for severalhouiH. toet/ a thing' of this kind certed action In every part or the asking for it by number. :My "iwntH" nro N, 1>. """lnwl'I/lht/ .1 r.. I,'. I". Dunn' 1IIe,!
the I lawn and starter That very fact, however,
d a grayish, hairy! mo d. It spreads Spreadjt on whole thing will collapse of Its ,T. ]\1, Itrow jilcc.! Prices J00l1I1MMollllr; ] )', from < nun:?,
stiff whiskbroom Is a moat' excellent reason why
rapidly from one potato to those work over it a own weight. res ful. Shape a course that you beds< lOOt to 3000. W:5.: Over 5OOO, fjt::.7.5, r, o, l'I I h Ir.
Thus itselasticity something; should be started at
a ; < around U. This Is the worst storage to loosen the nap. The thing to do is to study such know you can depend on to get
4 be restored and it once. Today: ', egg; producers are in
may ,
rot known. organizations:\ as are already successfully you some place and then stick to J. A. BAUER
1'ti' c "Black rot Is characterized by w:11 again feel soft and downy. much\ the same position as were operating and adapt to its but make your fans flexible LOCK" I50.V 3S JUDSOMlltli" ,
the workers of a few generationsback. ,
: ) tresses '
To ('I"ul1'It .
greenish, black circular smooth your own local needs the principlesand I enough to allow for really necessary -
Stains on mattresses may he removed -1 Without organizations of 25Z525'c5.t t:5u Z25't5'uZ'Z2J
i, + depressed( spots. Often black dots practices they have found sue- changes in the future.
develop in the center of these spots by covering them with dry any kind they are at the mercy of -- -
laundry starch and moisteningthis those to whom they must sell.! John
which are not deep and which I'al'eIy .
with enough soap or soap Jelly Jones with ten or twelve dozen
penetrate the heart of the po- \
of hard eggs/ to sell each week must take
tato. This rot Is serious and com ( mado by melting scraps
men soap In about their own bulk of them to the nearest market and accept -

"Dry rot usually begins at the boiling water) to form a thin th'e price offered or tote them

paste which will dry on, but not home again./ A well organ'zed association -
end of the potato, producing a firmIt
soak through into the mattress. \ shipping carloads of eggs .
brown rot. It upload slowly and ; T- ". ,
eventually involves the whole potato. Let dry and brush off with a stiff each week suffers\ no such disadvantages. .

t whisk broom Repeat If necessary. \ .
The I miner part becomes
f q black and dry. It Is not common. Afterwards epongs with aminon'a} With sufficiently large quantities -' r

a and 'water.l'ara to really mean something the
"Java black rot is strictly a storage TT
rot of \\'ulITo H1110"I'U"; <' association Is In a position to seek
!; It enters the potato
a?, through. wound and develops from Wall 'UI''I'[ out tho most favorable markets

i' slowly Its Inside is black and Its To remove grease and oil stains and( can regulate shipments into \

n outside often becomes black. The from wall paper, fold a piece of thoso markets! In such a way that a

and In fold higher average level of prices can
potato gets dry and hard after blotting paper .the
spread pipe clay or French chalk. be maintained than would otherwise -
from four to eight -weeks, It Is very
destructive and Is common."Charcoal Stitch or pin the edges 'together* be possible. Collective bargaining ,

rot Is occasslonally to keep the chalk from falllug: out. /:, the factor that has made THIS .

found In stornne homes. It pros Lay llilti over the grease spot ad possible the present high wage

apply a hot Iron taking care not to levels for workers is also broughtto
tiuii. a black: decay:< winch it" dins!
tliiRiitalied from dry l'Ot..lIllll Java search I the paper. Change the the poultryman through; co-op-

rot by the presence of befall round blotter" puper ocrim'onully, anti( If erative marketing

: } bod lea'' In I the flesh of the potato.It necessary, repeat with a fresh iron. Othor advantages; no less Important has nothing to do with

It Is not very common." Or make a thick paste or powdered though; not so often considered -

pipe clay or French chalk are the possibilities of stand- ,

and apply It to the spot with a nrdiz'ng and Improving production

r- I brush. Let it remain until dry. methods, standardizing and im *

s' I ItCIlAfj rOMMOV: : HKNHH: : I Then brush off and repeat if nec- proving I the grade of the product : T'11I18:
fly -IJlmb! Johnson :
] I CCf
4 I L- I To Hc'tii,vntc. ltlak, <-nc.l \\'ull"A I a well established fact that in some 0 0 O O

t smoked or blackened ceiling sections of the country only white!
Should Sl'l'kfh'I' l'l'h\l'll'ul I "
or wall may be cleaned by means eggs find a ready sale at top prices
t r Thl.I.
r>( a cloth wrung; out of a strong while in otter sections brown eggs .

""Wisdom Is-the -principal thing; 'solution' of btfk'ng: soda and water.If are tho'favorltles. Let us suppose I :XWhen: the station-man puts a quartof z t i--> RI I1R11viI1t'

the stain Is not nil removed dissolve ( that n number of poultrymen S oil I ii
in s
therefore get understanding and your crankcase, not a hit*
gum shellac in alcohol to the whose natural market Is a brown

all these" things will be added unto consistency of milk or cream and egg territory (rfe producing only single drop of it reaches more than 1' s
} you.
with it cover the sooty parts. Paint white eggs.; They know they are I, 50 vital lubrication of '
i We people of the farms like our points your 5S
or whitewash over the shellac. The not getting as good prices as they ) a'
neighbors of the cities are too 56t
black will' not show through. should, but they do not know why chassis
prone to seek after the materialthings I )7
To Clou ('uh-IIl.lnt..1! l Walli and have no,way of finding! out as t
--money, property and related i8
goods Sometimes I think Hub on cornmeal with a coarse they operate Independently. As Proper lubrication requires regular "

cloth, or ,moisten a soft cloth or members of an effective association i i
that lu our mad rush to acquire greasing of these chassis parts. bI
sponge\ In aqua ammonia and rub they would be given! the nec- .
material goods, we don't take; timeto t
spots very lightly essary information or, it their A quart in the crankcase +
think of the finer, nobler thinks italloil 1i .
-. separate lots could be pooled Into l5 i

of life. Of course material things can't do The PAN AM '
man 1
After the broom has worn out In larger units and shipped economically 1

are necessary and 1 we must striveto In regular house (cleaning save the into some territory where they can do it quickly. Drive to the ..
get them, but all too often we
broom stick for u clothes pole In would find ready sale. -

measure a person's success in liCe the bedroom closet Fit It crosswIse I cannot too strongly emphasize .' grease-pit. IC
by his ability to accumulate stores i
In a long closet or lengthwiseIn however, the need for organizationIn
of material: goods. '
a small room, and pl- re It so the poultry business. Labor is .. PAN AMERICAN PETROLEUM\ tl I "
ti : A recent news story told of an ,i '
that clothes hangers; placed on It orfrnnzled and look where wages CORPORATION
t Oklahoma woman who hail 1 been li fir) i
t 5t
4 will not touch the wall of room. are today. The fruit grower; of a
declared a master farm homemaker -
rite capacity of the room will be California, organized and and 5/ ,!I
er of that state. She an her
tiUTeatted: l by plac'ng: the clothes on boosted their profits millions of (
greatest personal ambition that } '
hangars( on tho pole, rather than dollari annually. The walnut v
The world mlghl,, be Just a tiny \ t 4
hanging them around the edges of growers get together and sell carloads r
bit better for my having jived In
'. perllo' lie clol!
bition. I If

For years and( centuries a great t "

majority of farmers have been VJS'LEK m os. C. W. ROBERTS

trying! to take everything and( put

nothing back."e have// clearedour Starke Lawtey

land of Its timber giving no .

thought to growing more Wo have /

robbed our soil t;> Its fertility and -- -- ,, -- e

handed It down YJH
to following generations .
In worse shape than it
Avoid Those
was when we took It over.Ve Costly Delays

havo given no thought to the mor '

1 row.Howevev, the old order cliang- There's a lot of satisfaction in Knowing (lJTT .

eth and Is but $
a new one slowly
gradually being ushered'In."e where to get what you want when you r

lire beginning to give thought to want it. Complete stocks assure prompt rl l

the principal things. We are making -
deliveries of Ilradiey's Fertilizer ("AA
a meager start towards growing -

,r ( limber on lands that are not QUALITY"} ). A Grade; for every crop

tilted to field crops. We are coining : '

to .a slight understanding of I and soil condition. Order Ilradley'anow. PAN-AM 1

the necessity maintaining our Get more profit for every dollar
I ROil fertility.We are growing :

l rulta and (lowers for future gen I you invest in fertilizer.

erations. I

But all of these things are done,

ti' at yet on entirely too small a Oils and Greases

a, scale. It should be the greatest BRADLEY'S lore

1 personal ambition of every farmer I I

r; and farm woman that "The world I d

might be just a tiny bit better for

9 my having lived in it." FERTILIZERS i _____ i iN.

1 The cow must .have time to chew "AA QUALITY" ". HULL,, Starke
( ) W. 0. CLKMONS: Starke aotlllell.
t her cud If she Is to manufacturemilk ir.VYKHH.OK., StArke

from the raw material. Don'texpect look for the.&A QUALITY" seal on the back of every T. 1). ItOSIKIl: ICdlfonl RETAIL bronn Spring.

her to gather all of her feed baa of fertilizer you bur Ic it roar guarantee of quality. I II. T. IM>\VM.\0. Raiford P. J. COX AVorthtnKton

from pasture. I L.IKK (n s.v.OH.OIo; : DEALERS G. W. SPIRES, lAke huller

J I Lake Geneva, Florida
l JI. ALLEN Lake IlutKr't

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: I) :: : \,"; : .. iittiK'in.. .,. tuward 'World P<:'a.n >.' I ,nant ".ubj' ..,. will go a lorn; wa;: ,I : hint.<: tnt'i'pm'. :led I \"i'stud toward tin,' .nd\ of tin( ''hip u ''i a i I .1, i r n, i'I) ,in (hi, II w milk

'' ", >II In hud In xIIIK\ I to the chll'i j ''ownrd olvlng the problem i N I II"! sends I !lit- blank bark titho "' nc si i on Oflic i r t mint':, u I II. Jiid; i i mi i ,i \\ ''I.'i i is cio prohibition .-
IttB' i in I j h. pulilii ,schools li>\t tIK , ,
fJf nii 1 l. Ilf "' fq.pllllll;, I 1.1411.I I.tftl '
;; : '">ki wliiili praise and nuikikniMMi Tho following letter tx from stablll/at on ucnrn which I. I nf, !!liisi i he u:,<. (If local, niilk. : :\" };,
,, ,
I .tlllll) ; tomatoes I 1(5,00(1.( ( ; (*H< nroi" In
the-woiks and heroes of the lion John W. Martin, farmer I promptly) returns. It to him with uHtlnglnR JdO(I I peppers I 1109 ; ,cabbage :.HHMI :'. 10 ridiiro till! pcrc(>ntaK<> of butterfat ; J/ ,' ;!
;, 'in HI' i- and Industry rebuke for not printing t lii'Imported later to be ';
than ofwar governor of Florida and one of potatoes ( early ) :2000 I l'rl.'lIlI1. t',
1 IUJ fiord, is_ a lamp unto my feet, and a light unto my path.--Psalm 119.105.1 : () t 1.and destruction. tha outstanding citizens of the his name Instead of writing It, and -.- I I,I. mused as cream havng: less butterfat .'III
-.- state. H's opinions are based upon for answering the question "How ( than that originally imported ,\,
: rtr"'dl1f3'I\iUu.' : All religIous] teal'hlng.> doctrine or I JUI'TIST.Sunday many years' experience as a public long since you have had varicose. DAVIS ISSUESEXPLANATION It Is, however unlawful to mix "" .1i,
!lr, creed, if they are to liaxe any claimo servant : veins?" on the wrong line. foreign milk or cream" with domestic ) I ,
love loyalty and ChHstwho0 the people must be In harmony with school Tho farmer corrects the blank ( milk for "'.v.t
Jesus the words fit at 10 a. m. attendance 'Mr. H. 11. Chase any purpose.t'onstablaH '1:,
chinga: o of whom it was Said ln John Into 7 every::46, 'NEVER fold and creviaF Increas'ng., H. Wiggins '1'u blltjher Florida Commercial, and returns It with a plea for Im- or sheriffs' ran'only I -. .
F I e.",\iKBT&Ja MAN." MAN csq, will address( the>Blble class 'My deAr Mr. Chase: : med'ate assistance. lie sends alonga / OF NE\V LAWSThere claim mileage wh'ch! they necessar I {
"' ..world peace. .. 'I have your favor of the 12th liquid tomato to Indicate what travel In the execution of processes : I\,,: .

a'' I' IIld, ( of one men of Athens I perceive that \\orsblp at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. requesting that I give.. you au expression Is happening to his crop. Is no duty imposed( by and, mileage Is not payable. l'At ito
o gfI" \nswer, all things ye are too slIll)(>rstlt- m. on your editorial of October -' I 0. Board sets a date for a law upon tax collectors of Florida an otllcer of one county for ..,, '1I'jfly

( very* religious; ) for as 1 pass Armistice Day will bo observedat 4 advocating the bonding of heorln requiring them to Rive motor vehicle going to another( county with a I' i
';!;',1.1 rrnjc'lU for by I found an altar TO THE\ the morning service with appro- the state to tiny tnunlc'pal and I 11. >,The farmer reports for the owners certificates", showing/ I warrant to execute in time other ( ;:
,17 II.' 24, 25, { GOD." Tlien Paul ex- priate mimic, hearing after a drive of 05fi miles I > '
hn) and decorations and a ounty bonds. I that their cars were not subjectto (county. .l(I' ,
I am U"' more !Iii to them who this "Un- pee.al: address by the pustor.n. 'Frankly I am not In favor of and discovers that It has been adjourned the 1929 property tax. Attorney I I Disabled] World War veterans \

Ihef' .u-f in t the God" Is, and how he should V. P. U., at 6:30: p. m., a bonding the state under any condltlton. as two of the members roneml Davis has advised Comptroller -, have the right to apply for and obtain -
'inee Holy worshipped ; that God %* S !good new union was organized last (First.It we ever start had to attend a fly-casting tourna- ( Amos. I licenses for the operation of .r' firt

,Ich'hliw' own not In temples made with Sunday( with John Powell, as president bonding the state we will soon find ment. The! opinion was In response to vending machines: I II } .
I 111 thou liast given and hath made of one and Mrs. A. It!. Darby leader. time state In the same condition of 12. The curtain Is lowered one an Inquiry from the comptrollerwho I It; la doubtful if counties ran !

', "_,, bt one, as all nations of men that Mid-week service Wednesday at t the counties and municipalities yea I'. ).o denote a lapse of time. had received it request for a recoverfronm,, tax assessors", commls- ';; 4-4'
.hel! | will) that should seek life Lord, for 7:30: I p. m. I and as it Is", we have the state absolutely 13.; The farmer sees a few political ruling from U. 1". IJowden, tax collector -''slons paid to t them prior to the )
:, thou host given', we live. and move, and have tree from debt. bosses and gets an audience ( of Duval county I court ruling holding such payments & -'

.hen I 'm : that ( being." I l'nl':)'.n'TEIU.SS'rvll'l's 'Second there seems to be no I the following November. He states The opinion was one among/ a illegal. .'
I,, mi lorv which another\ passage for our IBB- way to stop the counties and municipalities his ca>e and Is' turned over for large! number of constructions of i;(ill Tn\ Receipts 4 ,?
: | m, mi thou ( Jnn. 4:20-23): : ) Jesus wns talk- Sunday November 10, from bonding. I notice l croBs-exnm'njtlon.! lIe becomes laws made by tho aHrneyelll"I'lll( / I It does not appear permissible f.

,th',, foundation( of with the woman of. Samar:a. as follows : III the paper where several counties confused In answering questions on numerous subjects rendered for tax collectors to Issue poll tax .

o ,righteous said, "The hour cometh, when 10 a. m Sunday school' J. M.Truby and a great many municipalities such as "Where) were you on the persons In all parts of "Florida and receipts to persons requesting i1 '
'juaih not known, neither In this mountain supt. are still about to Issue more evening! of June 3, 1928 ?" and decides some outside( (the state. i them by messenger or aellt unless

know" thee and yet at Jerusalem, worship the 11 a. m. Morning worship, sermon bonds for all kinds of Imaginary to )plead /guilty. Can (;.i h I. Statements all real and personal taxes of the .
In 'ha'' ,ihou hast ;>I' S S but the hour rometh, by tho pastor. necessities without any regard to 14. lie pleads that he was !In There is nothing to prevent tax applications( are also paid! at the.

I I UBVK" declared now Is, when the true worship 6:10: :l I p, in. Christian Kndeavor.( Increasing the'r! : ind-:lmted mmess.'! ]haze when he asked for farm rolief. 11.1 collectors from !giving: !; car owners slime time.
janu ,ind will I t : t : shall worship the Further In Topic "Uprooting the Causes of thereby raising:! the taxes and at a written statements of some' kind I I Hoards of public Instruction

!Ion' wh.'ri-with. and In truth." These (con a.'." Leader, Mr. C. N. Christy.! time when bonds are almost Impossible 15. The board taking/ Into ahow'ng that the owners/are clear 1'.[ should l limit the accumulated sick !
- te nw) be In t them as to where end how to 7:30: I p m. Evening: worship to sell. I consideration" his age and t the fact I on the 1929 lax books, $if the tol-] leave of teachers to 20 clays In the .

11. God have divided pro song and 1 sermon. 'Third I think dIme state! !KOVernment ; that It Is his first offense suspends I luctors 1 so desire as matter of uc-[ aggregate\ under the 1929 act authorizing .
.ayer Lord Christians Into more t than Prayer meeting Wednesday evening should, keep< as far as judgment/ nnd lets him go comodittlon( I>nvls Hnlii, The lit'Ht. such leave to teacher for ',
!1 i u> in the way we ; : III'I't.Vhell. such conditions( at 730: We are studying possible. from Icallovernment( /; on u promise t that he will never I method of proof In I the larger live days each year from year to
., ui with Thine eye among those who claim to the history of time early' church In and It the people in t the counties 'bother It again.IB. / counties, however (the attorney I I year (to a limit of not less' than 20 I

I Christ. how cnn we expect this mid-week meeting as recorded and mil n cipalltles won't use any The farmer abandons farming Konerill) suggested, Is for the car days. ; .

SfMJAY and brotherly relations 1 lft, I the Book of the Acts of the judgment In the matter ottheirexpenditures mid' opens a' gasoline station owners simply to produce their title Registered voters, If qualified tn ,
LESSON nations and peoples who Apostles. The studies are very It is not right to and lint dog; stii' n\\ rertlflcnten, showing that tlie'r: do so, may vote In municipal election '
I almost nothing each oth Interesting, drag; the entire state Into debt> be- P. S. Are there any further machines are new and not subject *, and ]have recourse to the \ ,, '
In dfs'uslllnorld; 1'ence" A cordial invitation to all our ruiiBe of a lack of judgment In questions? -- St. Louis Globe to taxation. courts for any lawful refusal preventing : '
ron) .NOVKMIIKK.:: 1 < : ( subject! of today's lesson a services Is extended to all. Homo of the counties and mime< of l>emo 'at. Other opinions on various laws t tlifm from exerc'slng the ,
authority says ""-c still con -.'-_ the municipalities. of the state, rendered by Davis franchise. '
ubjcrl World to foster the spirit of war, by riltST l'JllnSTI.ClIl'lWJ 'In other words I think an In- II'.1)I.G: >> ror.vriK.s: i\ are: County jailers are engaged by !I .

'ual I l"nderstandlng( prominence\ we have given to -- dividual should 1 pity for his own 'l''lN'rY-slxi.: UIE"lhioltl'IlKS: : :! There is nothing in the new sbcrlftd and 1 county commissioners .

,.Jon Text "They I It men who have been the most 1 B.blo: School and communion foil)', both as a matter or principle -- state! game law permitting deputy biivo no authority to hire or lire ;

t nor destroy in I warriors. Their ex- services each Lord's I>ay at 10 nnd as a matter of excellence JacksonvilleNov. ,--.Eighteen game wardens to confiscate: the!
nta n for t the are published I In our whool\ 0'('I ock. In the future. I believe that the Florida counties held first rank /gun of a man caught/ klllljig game them.Where a special taxing distrirt
of the knowledge of extolled by our orators Church services morning and counties and municipalities will positions In the sli'imient of twen during closed seasons. has been created or u special bond ,
watets cover the I sung by our poets. Painters havo lenrn | that It ty-nine fruit and vegetable commodlt'es '
he evening of the first Sunday in to by expprpii"p) County judges may appoint Issue authorized I the bonds Issued I
1. 17:22,23)'e I painted( the notable chargci- I each month by the pastor, Bro. li one! thing to \borrow ami( nnoth i during the 1928-2!) sen- clerks to their court s, but the functions and Bold, the money raised' I, .
esson Text Isaiah ; [ on the battlefield, Such has 'Dixon of Jacksonville : er thing to pay. I might add thatI son ; seventeen counties ranked In of such clerks are limitedto for other than those purposes for ''J
J2-28 John 20-21.: Iutllne | our practice until the young am not In favor of any new second positions and thirteen In 111'1111< t trammc'llons. which it win rained, unless the :
of Lesson: '' have almost worshipped the TillS ISTEHI.tHSU: forms of taxation:: for Floiida. I third place says the Florida State Milk mill ('n..n leglclature by special act authorize i

hlng the truth as and are led to emulate his tlihita we have' ample avenues of Chamber of Commerce, a'ordlngto I Hlnco cream Is separately dealt It. __ I. _
1St and Its !, If we wish to secure world A reader ban.. raIled. tn niir.. nl.- taxation already. tabulations of the State Marketing .- u .; T"
( -- --- -- --
rnmcnt! and the ( we must give more promin trntlon a letter from Former Governor 'I am !n favor of, and IL can) Bureau. .. ,- '" .. .', J.
(,amg! n> people and than we have bee giving to John M. !Martin which was I be easily cldne. the operation of the Semlnolo county led In tha first
1 olhci i benefactors of mankind The reprinted! wl(h comment by theMarlanna !O\I.to\ government without any In rank division with four commodities How to Play ":
jch plan sounds hl'oplstR, the reformers, the : Klovidan last t week. In herltance! tax. Income! tax, severance ; Polk and St Johns three
pppar !!, I the scientists the arch (this letter Mr Martin asserts that tax, 8/ lei tax and. a reiiiutlon each ; Marion, Aliichua Pulm
onllili' And so Ills )*, the musicians the scholars, faxes In Florida may 1>f reduced of the gasoline tax and tho abolition Bench and Luke count'ea: two \\ 1ffErBR! D GE. f 1

1 1'111' human effort the great religious( lenders with no new form of taxation of the state ad valorem tux places each ; while Okalopsa, Man .
t tbe appealed to and t be held, up as the true Ideals The former governor goes further on real estate. alee Orange: Glados, Snhtii Rosa, \\ I I D d' .,

I, tf world peace Is ." than that to declare that state 'To make myself clear the Hrownrd St. Lucie, Hlllsborough\ I 1'f'/ Jrics J929-30 fd.9

.d<1 course. all that most of us ad valorem taxes on real estate state government can be operatedon Kscambla: Dude and\ ( Hurdee lead Wynne Ferguson
alab "It shall do in world In t the carlot shipment of one com ,
says any work Is to call be done away with and the Just such money as we collect '
that the !=;hten the Corner Where You gasoline; (tax reduced with no hddltlonal now without any of these new modity.RankIng. I %, Author of 'PRACTICAL AUCTION BRIDGE .1.I ICopyTlllbt.

and all nations shall !: human means of cu1tl"at-1 not explain how, .th's! can be done. stalo tax on real estate as well af lead with four commodities; Orange 1WI, by Hoy!, Jr. j I
Many people shall and spreading Christianity Citizens! of Florida will look forward reduce the tax on gasoline. Bay. Sumler Putnam and
?o up to the Understanding" and fel to further details of Mr. Mar .. '1 think that If this wall ,done Pradford counties each held two P.RTICLENo.5 4. : .

:1' and he wil : among all people must tin's plan. It would l help the counties and, municipalities second )places; Palm Beach, Lake. In one or our preceding articles, a It IMS rem.lined for one of our ;
I' he shall J Judge; I' It Is possible that he will have ) and relieve them of Broward HIllHborough, Sarasota, very Intcrctitinff lutul wa given that correspondents in Sun Francisco to '
S they shall public press; the movng: something to say about this matter I I the state tax on real estate. Pinellas; Heiulry Indian River was played 1 at an Auction Bridge figure out a solution that seems to '
rd' into plowshares ; the radio, and the school< when he makes an address at 'I: left the Boyernor's office Okeechobee and Suwannee each Tournament at ChicuKO and the statement IMVe.II> defense, This solution is an : \ -
(II not lift up sword You all know lie Influence! the Satsuma festival at Mar'anna.: wth: I9 mill tax on real estate held one place. was mule that: none of the I ng'niolls.'ld' i ntrresting{ that the h.inil J't,
m.ide this han,!. In it. reprinteil, together with tjienolution. f
The third experts game on
I place division
i I. neither.. shall they the newspapers and maga If HO Mr. Martin's views will proveof Today" you' have a 14 1-4 mill tax Manateo gave the analysis given, a number of ways I It: in now up to the readers to analyze
more have. Intense Interest to those who are on real estate. This can be abolished and Orange counties. of playing the b.inj were consitlcicd l. thin solution and BU if there in ,any t
the ten (' moving picture Is establish fortunate enough to be present. without adding any new three places each; Alacliua and some of which scored 1 game and sonic defense: r
| sermon on the must wield for good or for The letter and comment of the forms of taxation for the state of Broward two places with Marion of which did not.. ", :
|ten Into the laws 1 and why should not all good (Florldan follow: Florida and by doing this it Lake, Polk Hlllsborough Dade. 1i :
kp or all nations ] unlto to make that in "There! are several counties and would be a great help to the coun Lee Levy Washington Flagler Hearts J, 10,9,2 a L

Ii wars would cease good ? municipalities of Florida which, ties. It would leave In your county and Jefferson racking third In the flub.Diamonds-J,-9 10( 7,6, .& '
i would be at peace. what of the radio? While I due to the boom and other causes some( $750,000 each year whch: shipment of one comomdlty In car- Spades-AQ, 10
e that can be these words In South have become financially entangled.This now goes; to the state government lots.The 1I01\rta-8 I Hearts- K::, 7,5,4 '
Iple of the world the radio In the next room condition has had a tendencyto which, the people could keep In compilation showed that Clubs- A. 10, 8,5 : Y : Clubs- K;:, 7,6.4 -
pining of God and furnishing "good, music from reflect upon the whole state their own pockets. during the season 114,396 cars of Iiamon.IsA, K;:, Q, J i A n : I wmomU 9, 8, 5, 3, 2Spmlrs "
religion, Even now burgh, and last night we when as a matter of fact, many JOHN W. MAHTIN.' fruits and vegetables were shipped *pudc J, 6, 4, :2 : Z : none

| In the world are Premier McDonald( discuss counties and cities are in excellent Tallahassee State News from tho stale by sixty three coun -11f'lIrtaA, (O, 6,3 E
[,known God." Peace" in New York. condition. Earnest efforts are beIng ties.,, The total number of cars of Clubs Q 3, 2 '7,' "
he Apostle Paul he was also heard by made to help these political P.UOI ItKMHK: : i\PL.\IM.i; : ; ) aacli commodity oh'pped' duringtho l liamornla-none I I

| n he came to the city [, ] in every civilized! country. subdivisions! solve their problems. season were: String: beans : Spndc K, 9, 8, 7, 5, 3 .
whom he ; human I "Honest discussion Sir: I am a farmer and the 4109 ; blueberries 18 ; cabbage
said (Acts ) perhaps the greatest of this im- wayI .D '
nil in lint
3060 ; cantaloupes 19 No store first c.ime. Z dealt nn l 2. At love the crime: '' J'J'Z -
need relief Is nobody's business.I ; carrots 8
cauliflower, ; bid ->ne Bp.ide.-A bid one no trump, Y says "No Bid"; A, "One Heart"; V, ,1: _ _
'. could use some at once but I 28 ; celery 8844 ; corn what should H
bid two np.ules. unit It bid three clianionds. "Two Clubn, nay, h
5. don't quite understand how It 283 ; cucumbers 2206 ; eggplant Z bid three ipa/tcn, A did. four. ; holding Spadet, J, 10,9.6. 5; 11..1.. 'Of'
p&* works. Would you mind helping 240 ; grapes 28 ; grapefruit 21- diamond, Y hid i l four spades, II and Z 9; DUmomlH A. K, 9, 5; Clubs. ,A, K,73 ) / i .;
me.- uzzl ed. 970 ; lettuce 1402 ; mixed citrus, l>aaftcd. A loublcd, all pissed! nnd A At love cilia rubber genie, whrre I :'
Answer: 1. The bill creates a 94C8 ; mixed vegetables 2328 ; onions opened the king of dia momU. I low Z 1iii. "Three Sruide*", what shouMA a "
4 mould; Z plan the play of the hand? say, tioldintf Spaden, K, 9. 7, 6, 5; ".
Ms? Federal Hoard of nine members ; oranges 32,415 ; pears 5 ; Solution: "I believe the hand can: I leartH. K, U J.,10.8, 3, 2; Diamomln.. f
and gives each of them a salary of green peas 31 ; peppers 1915 ; pineapples make four and game liy the declarer! 4; Clubs none I
$12,000 a year, rain or shine. This 1 ; potatoes 6002 ; romaine trumping tho first diamond I Wd ami i 4, / Y one K.IIIIO, no score its wroml f
will relieve the average/: farmer by 348 ; squash I ; strawberries 2095 ; then leading email tluli. If secondhand 1 game, where /. bidt "One No-Trump" I
assuring him there Is that much swc*>t potatoes 108 ; tomatoes-- punned, ;play, the niiio (Ir clubs In ; and A Fwc: i 1.foarts". what ehonM Y p .. ,
the 8042 ; turnips 2 watermelons this dummy, the trick toeing taken 1 I.>y say, holding Spade, K, 5, 4, 3, 2; iI t""
In world. ;
money 10,482, the king in the fourth liantl. (I It IIMIt..K! I Heart*, K, j, !((1>, !9, 7 ; Diamond, aWlle, II .,:
2, This board I is authorized to no difference if second 1 li.nul, takes with Clubs. A, II, 6? t"
I make loans from a revolving fund Accord'ng!' to a report made by the ace). I'renumc the mirth luind 5. At love all in rubfwr) game, whrre "' _
of $500,000,000. This fund revolves the U. S. Department of Agriculture then Iea.ia a diamond whitli III trumpe.1>| Z bid "Two Spade, ," what should A ml,.
per rate of 2,000 revolu- as of October 25. says the by declarer, who makes another mn-ill B"Y. holding Spules, (), 6; 1 Heart.. _ _
tions per) minute, and the farmer's State Chamber of Commerce, Indicates club lead, which In taken by the aic \}\ i A i11t4, t the cc0l1.1 hand, ':hen a third diamond : A Jj,4? ., .
job is to get aboard while It 8000 acres of string lead which U trumped! attin.;; I Dwlarcr 6. / Y nil, A H IS In rubber game. ,
Is In motion, without getting his beans for this season; followlng'replanting then leads. a trump whit'h trick is won( where 7. bid. "Onu No-Trump" nnd A '11..
ears torn oR In the mechanism. In the flood areas; cucumbers i in t lie dummy by the ten spot. Dummy "Two Diamonds( what huiild Y nay, $ \
3, This: money Is to be passedout show a decrease from 980 then leads the j j.lck <>f heart anti then hoMinm !SiKtdes: J9, 6, 4, 3; I llc.utn. l' \,
t through stabilization acres last year to 720 this season the ten t>t heart which Is trumped by 9, (,; Diamonil, 7, 6, 4; Clubs, 8, 5, 3t .(..m,
1t corporations Celery show the "iiero'd( harm.i. I'resnm' thin hand tn 7, At love all in' rtiblwr g.imu, where j
; (or Fairy godmothers) when, approximately 6,200 then lead the fourth liinioml which tx the bidding wa: Z, "One Heart"; A. a k".
"! as and if. The stabilizers acres Rome! of which will be barao'i'icem II "No U..I"
T: 2 '- I are authorized trumped by declarer who then leads "Two Clulw"i; Y and ; : n
"P'a 44./j 4-*-:....)G.-_ : .. .. .. _s._ ,' to buy, sell or exchange -. the king of uphdcv overtakes in the /, "Two Diamond, : anti 1 A, "N.
surplus wheat, sweet corn, cab 0. FI'II.U iifciiiiiGt.Notice dummy exhausts! trumps, ami playi! Bid," what Hhnutd V nay, holding jh /I Ip..le"i
--- bage, onions tomatoes and other In h.r.bygiypn-- that nlvty' hearts and Anally the good queen of : J, 6,4 ; I leart. Q 7; I Jiamomia. : _ _
,: ..>--11; ')iVH utter lnt.. h"r.*,,f uri tr>.wlt.; thv tlubs. Defense h.tVthrra tricks! two ti, ; lubit.. A, "K, JU, K, 4, J! I 4
r. --. vegetables (except:: spinach and Seth<) day of November A. D", r'na.! 1 clubs and one trumped heart. How 8, At love all in rubber !game, where II
-- ; cauliflower.) the uncl..r"'lICn..1' a"mlnlatl'llt,1' of the. it the Z, "One rfpatle" J\. :4:
potato of Mm. J. J. about ? bidding wa ; :
I" 4, This Is how the plan nr Bnruh: A. Mitrky of "Double" Y Two Diamonds" It lit ::0))
works: ,. When a farmer I la In a Jam with' voucher. r'lna'iI account as fetich, Auction that apr>enl to most playcri "Two Sr.Mlr""; Z, I1wo :No-Trump, ; .
.r ." ., his crops and need relief he proceeds ( .Jrnwt.lr'Lto't. to tne lfonrjal. Ico in comparison of one's own game with A, "DouWe"; Y, "Three Diamond:" 'n'
l' nnnty Juclwn of lirml-
I to the nearest stabilization ford: County Florida j) mimi: 1 auk for that of Jaytrrs of other sections or II and /. "No Rid"; A, "Double";
'-: his approval and my discharge an countries. A tournament h.lS just been Y an.I II, "No liii)", what should Z
corporation. Stabilization corporations uch "' .mlnl.'ratul'. condurted in England in which tha ay, holding Spade A y 9, 5, 4; I.t.I I
I : ) will be stationed about the Thin 20th day .,r fliptemb. 1929: following hand were submitted forrompctition. I Heart*, .I". 10, 5; b&arnomls" none; !< I
'-S.,,......"' ...... I I country at convenient points and a-20-lt-ll-IS T. W.Administrator MAHKRV.' : Kigure out the correct: <:Clubs. KI y j F. 6. 4? 1''J '.
....:.r .. t.4II. will be distinguished by squeaky bid in each instance und( compare your 9. At love all in first Kamiwhat ,
-. w' ....:rrrx;:: : :: ____ ..-4 KOTict TO HKiiroim AooIU: IIIKIINotice -. 9 8 '
v .;.\JU -and tho low hung eaves of, A cellar extends. under the main shoes.. .1 5 nil'" result with the analyses and the oliould Z sty, holding Spade, ), ; ,1/'/
YmmC.. rTn'}: garage, portion of the house and award of the Judt{ spirit provides 5,
the latter all have the true Upon visiting tbe stabilization 5?
that will IM given in the 9,7,5 Clulm All
' competition : ;
'v C American, days. I tbe laundry heater space, coal storage tent. the farmer will be told |ii. hereby Klvn that all 1 in rubber 'Jlf"t h
Hunted & Bro. Archts. of the early rredltorn, leirateeN, dlfttrlbuteeN and. next article. Such comparison should be 10. Z Y 2U; A D 13 !came,
New York. The first story of the front is of and uuch. to go home and write: a letter. lie all vvrs'n.' having Hilmn, avulnnt moat interettinK. vliere / bid "One 1 leart" and A "One :!I
!The' full ) brick whitewashed in fact the entire will write a letter and sevm'L It in the Kxtate: ot Alice r. M. n .wke, dereaned. Z U always the dealer and the other Spade": what khoulci Y .iy, holding f..
. erlcan flavor of the early exterior with the exception of A large attic with a disappear A stenographer will open and destroy inetr. are rialTIMInly.hereby; r.rl"II'authenticated l to present players sit around the table as follow: Spades| 4, 2 ; i Heart, 9, 8, 5, :2 I; t>uniondu ,,1 f
Jern home Is retained In the whitewashedwith ing ceiling stairway Is also] provided. it. to the Honorable Om>, A. ardln.'r! 3, 2; Clubs, (1j. J. 6, 4, 3/ 4 I
and livable house herewith the roof should oe County: Judge of Uradford County, 11. At love all in rubber game, what iJ
'"rated. a tinted wash, very pale yellow S- The farmer will send a second Florida, for hly approval within ous I Y : houtd Z ny' holding Spade/ 1 K, Q. ,
'It 'Is designed for a side hill\ lot green or blue The roof Inches The across house'ile measures front and 84 should feet 4 letter. The board will reply' tic year. will from be due held hereof In bar thereto or this and no mA Z O : 141 6; Heart, 1 K,], 7; Diamond, K. Q; \
I weathered by sending him all Indebted t : Cli.b: 10 6 S "
fits should bo stained a a net of blank. to persons to Maid estate ,
most admirably to such have a 100 foot lot. are '.. ,,._td to their sat,) t
wation: The color scheme should be be filled out. The blanks will contain forthwith| to the pay debt 12. Z Y ]18; A n 1 rubber same!.
!V. gray. as to form a pleasIng Complete working plans and 168 question, all a little more tOI".. underBhrn..d exei'uThl I. Z Y 18; A n nil In rubber game, where Z thIs l "One No-Trump; A. '
corbeled overhang of the one of unity so and the specification1 'I' this house may be involved than those 25th day of October.. A. D., where Z bid. "Two Spade," and A "Double"; Y, "No Bui". ; B, Two : _ _
ond for tbe planting In Income tax 1)29. :i. h
, story the large chimney. foil and V Bay "No Bid/ what should U SpiuWand. Z "Three Heart ; what
i obtained for nominal]
wlecote8' the characteristic natural surroundings./: .um from blank*. WALTER IIKWKH If SKROENT UKKttKNT AND MAE ay, holifinf Spade, 8, 6; Hearts, ibould A I'.iy, hnldin/ < Spades. K, 10; .! J
, ''IOdsheci" treatment of the 11"- The plan arrangement of this tho build In' "dltor. Refef to 1, At this point) the farmer E..eutora '.. .of Alice C.!. M. A, 10, 9; Diamond, A, 1C 4; Club, I ileansAk,4IiamuundisQJ,9,4,3; .1 1 ..,;. _
q Dorch which connects with the [house la also worthy of study. houso A-186 call. In hi. lawyer and baa the 10-l -'t-lJ-20. lIewk. deceased I AK,0J,4 Clubs, K, 10, 5? \JJ1 ,

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Bradford County Telegraph I' It Is our opln'on' that If we around'to\vl1 .AM \VM\( |; ,I'f.i( .
Established 1877 had been on/ '(the Jury that we I UII'IW'It.. \ ,, 1'uo(,

Lest We would have for acquittal ...
ForgetBy vxi-ttxl", an ----------- : Tho KlrK ..mil\ \

't r Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class: There was considerable testimony Yoo hoc! Cap'n Billy I Want the eastern 1,'" I "
that the ex-governor either brokeor some smokehouse loetryVell I
1 JUDGE W. S. CRIWLLL county, WO'II1'c) \
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida ; showed a willingness to break here 'U!!: Madule, lumi\ ,' ,rt"1I1" :

;t K.<: Matthews, Owner and Publisher" At the eleventh hour came peace-the eleventh hour the law. The point) Is that the UI'otlwrH have adopted" ( i h", ",
This Is a tale of brothers
rend It as one of I ilimr
testimony as w* have II''
aM1, J. C. Robinson __ .__ Manaftins Editor of the eleventh day of the eleventh month, just eleven seems very unr l'able. The district Unlike as night and clay, I th's year's Wo'k., '

.. .. ." .. .. .. .. years ago. t attorney might as well dls- A tory filled with heartacheAlong junior and! "M-IIH?.i
.. miss the case Federal Judge; Ak- The Great Highway. were held rep \What of the let down of these eleven of ?
SUBSCRIPTION RATE years peace Their names John and
were (
erman held the scales of justice cldeto do i t lii),. I ,
Have the little noises and the little things dimmed our mistaken, Franklin; meat work 111'J>
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 73c-Payable in Ad'nnceAd'ert'isinJt very even. AVe may be .
',,6 !1 i7i Application eyes'and dulled our ears so that the deadening common- but It ueema to us that the judge Their ages eight and ten Moore, asslsluIonstratkon ( t I
Hates on has about the opinion ot the They grew up tall and husky \ ax'-m 1 II",
same I
.. .. .. place is endangering our remembrance of the Great Ex- ba.ve.-Dunnel-. And faced the world like men. met with tin' '
testimony that we wniii' i
5 .. perience-that experience when the soul of this "They must be educated" ,"
t' great nation Ion Sun. work. M UN !MI,?,.
S stood ilp and white in the crisis of the world's his- ---- -- Their parent said and so er of the honn ,iiiM' ,, ,
First The,}' sent them off to prep school ject. "
1; } ii 'i Heard in Washington "Sips that pass in the night." tory and offered and gave the lives of her sons for some- W. A. Shancls I'liH'lilu, of Oalnesvllle, As noon as they could go. Many of the UH
thing better than life' John ran away from college hers will enter ,
t Hi i
i' f o member ot tho highway department '
And what of that day of glory, as the French call from the central sectionof And travelled near and far, ment contest wh,, 'nl'II''
head of the week to the But Frank wh'en graduatedWas each,
The prize-winning! news goes year by MJMI
it, when the victory came? When peace came? Shall we the state, Is to be highly com- admitted to the bar. will work, on hom Ij
Wcwahitchka Breeze the resolution whichho I
mended for
1 forget that? He spent h'a! youth In toiling tlficatlon, nomt 1111,
the recent Tallahassee -
1 IIz I Q Introduced at And saving with his spouse, lor
Ten million men died that Armistice day might be. meeting. i I'I' I

Congressional ethics will not permit senators to patron. Other millions suffered and still suffer than, Armistice Tho tenor of this resolution To very buy modest a lot and house.At build. thereA slallatlon other lines of of con tin ,

ize the same bootleggers.used by congressmen. might be. The day of victory came; but that wcis boiled down, is (that Florida high- last he Is rewardedAnd work. ,',

t the cost. ways shall be constructed of Jo'lor- lives In peace and ease. ...
-- conditions
Idlmatel'lals, when His children love him dearly 1VE.\'fluIIt:: ltla'uk1Week :"
r? Apopka Chief says it costs money to make love Some May God have mercy on us if we should forget that are at all equal.To And climb upon his knees ending r S'm> .,

limes the costs start when the love making stops. cost. ment,put there teeth Is a Into clause the to pronounce-the effect He tells them fairy stories Date Ma I I'

h When we think of Armistice day We should think of that "the failure of any' contractor But when they've gone: to bed Nov. 1 s.l: ,
-- --0-- He cannot help but let strange'thoughts Nov 2
4 ten thousand hills covered with ten million white to conform to the terms of this Xli
l Another joke going the round is that a marriage license Nov. a lifl<;
resolution shall, be considered suf-
This is the of the Dead. his head.
crosses. Legion This is their Come tumbling though Nov. 4 87
A costs five dollars down and your entire salary for the remain- Hclent grounds for this board to He thinks of stolen pleasures
encampment until the reveille of resurrection sounds. such Nov 5 I 80
reject future bid from contractor -
der of your life, Upon some tropic Isle. Nov. 6 67
; v These Were our comrades whose youthful bodies ." He dreams of naive native girls Nov. 7 76
o_- sank into"the mud the putrefaction, the slime of the dIrt- That means, In plain and simple Bewitching with their smiles. I Total Trace

Hallowe'en has degenerated to the extent that its iest battlefields of all history.We English, that the contractor who Then as Ills wife comes softly In
riot tho state highwaycommssion's .
runn .
ti ; main features are gangs of hoodlums seeing how much damage should not forget them on Armistice day. : expressed desire for "I Ho wish says,that"So she drab would she seems go away -- .-=---=- --"" .::""-=

l 1 they can inflict on property. When we think of Armistice day, we should thinkof Florida materials to have preference "And leave me to my dreams"
lf will be through. And the
the wounded the FLORIDA :
--- crippled the blinded those who will
names of such contractor Then take the other brother, John
Headline in Tampa Tribune "Hell Harbor Cact Back From still suffer in body or in mind and to whom no day of adorn a black-list that will hangIn The one they called a fool

44 St. Pete." Turned away from the pearly gates they Armistice from suffering will come until the day of the archives of the department Because ho quit It all one night THEATRE
as a roll of dishonor. And ran away from school. Home of Vltjiplimio'
t must spend eternity in-er-Tampa. death.We The attitude of (the state road He has a wife In India ...
II -0 should not forget them on Armistice day. department' Is the same as that of Another In Peru -- -- -

9 A French soldier blinded in his first battle was the tho bond trustees of Putnam county Not counting three In London Program Week'of'A''"
_ I The Marion Sun, successor to the Dunnellon Truth, who recently requested con- ""
And In Chile
-s one too.( ( 9th
object of solicitude and in 1929
sympathy a crowd gathered ,
makes its appearance on the exchange desk. With Benjaminat tractors engaged In the building of H-.'s cl:mbed the Himalayas,
around! him. He shrugged his shoulders in deprecationand tho Rice Creek bridge to employ And sailed In unknown -- --
the helm it will live up to its name. seas;
a said quite simply: "Some one had to be there" local labor whenever possible.The He's known the wine-like feeling; Monday, Tuesday oi
o same motivating thought I Is!! Of a south sea Island breeze.
An American his
dying body almost rip- Wednesday
back of the principle of trading at
k The smell of liquor coming from an auto is sufficient for ped in two by machine gun bullets, was raising his can- home-whether In the hlr.ng: of Hut sometimes down when no's strolling! "

k a search. Quite a few pints would be uncovered if every man teen full of precious water to his lips when he saw a less workmen or in the purchase of ma- The winding streets of Rome "NOAH'S ARhr"Wtih

with'liquor on his breath was searched. wounded comrade striving of terials.!! He wonders just how it would feel
desperately to get a drop
With tho exception of funds To really have a home-
o water from his empty canteen, which come from federal aid Flor- To lead the soothing, peacefullife Dolores Costello at\\

+' Following announcement of a municipal wood pile in "Here. take this," he insisted: "I will be dead in a ida tax payers directly raise every George O'Brien

Tampa for hoboes, the Vero Beach Press-Journal comes out hour-you've got a chance!" cent struction.that! goes They Into Indirectly highway supply con Of being someone's clerkA All Talking
wife to bring his slippers In
with editorial "The Beauties of Loafing." Ah yes! Some one had to be there, had used for federal aid,
an some one to tho funds as When he came home from work. -- --- --
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die. theso reprepent no more than a pro -

_ % 4 .' 0---- Armistice day should be a day of remembrance. rata part of federal tuxes paid by And so the brothers sit and dreamAs Thursday and Frid<
there's connection but two important Floridlans.
Maybe no news season come and go( ,
items of Tampa tell of a big increase in number of cigars It should also be a day of thanksgiving for the victory The news has In the past seen fit Kach longing for the kind of life "THE THIRTEEN}
and for the their sacrifices to commend Mr. Shands for the assistance That ho will know.
peace gave us. CHAIR"'Vith
of in of
t manufactured and a drop price cabbage which he has given In securing -
But above all it should be a day of consecration to
the building of highwayNo
::1' 0Y Believe It or not the above poem
the non-spectacular duties of citizenship. It should bea 28, the Pnlatka-Lake Cay: came close
very being printedIn
_ Armistice Day comes next Monday Have yogi forgottenthe day of quiet rededication to the high principles of honor Short Route. It wishes to applaudhim on'. of the nation's leading Conrad Nagel and

thrill felt eleven years ago when news was flashed of the obedience to the law-all the other duties of good further for his latest move In weeklies. We sent it to the maga- Leila lI11anrs
a armistice? 'Then pay tribute to the dead on their day. the Interest of home Industry and zine and they sent It back. Pretty
citizenship; for upon the loyalty and integrity of the individual home enterprise. Palatka Dally close, eh? All Talking!

::1 0 citizens depends the whole structure of the nation News.

_ 1 I From the amount of taxes reported being paid in differ- these men our comrades, died to serve and save. YOl'.NOKST!:--rO\l''KIKKATK-( o.-: : r

ent counties, the legislative act giving a four percent, discount And finally on this day we should think of peace. ()I.Ilmt'lsnS :M.U't'IjKXXV If you wantto Saturday

during November has met with instant response by taxpayers We should work/ for peace, promote peace and preserve "TIlE GIRL FRO)
Mr. }o'. M Ironmonger, the sell orJuy
.peace. Not peace at any price, but peace because of the youngest soldier to serve in the

o I price they'paid. Surely there is enough intlligence there Confederate army stopped over In a WOOLWORTIISWith

Jasper News suggests town tax collectors and assessors "" enough men of good-will in the world, to warrantus Matclenny Friday morning after
attending the reunion( at Lake Choice Home
t be abolished and let the county officials do the work. When to believe that peace on earth is not not just an empty City lie still has his discharge, ,

? ,, ;4 r that is done we can start consolidating'some' of the smaller yearning but a practical possibility. Otherwise our religion which ho) exhibited to several bystanders Farm or LakeFront Alice White

counties in the interest of economy. is folly Woodrow Wilson was! a fool and the wh'ch discharge shows A Talking Picture
World'War' was in vain. him tohave been a. prisoner of
o 5' the United States Army on April

While towns seek new and modern stations Ocoee =-. .. ; IU, 1865, at Appomattox courthouse See
many or write
Mr. Ironmonger- Is supervisor Talking or Singing Cu
does not care for one of any design. Following burning of the of registration !In Duval coun-

: third station there, the railroad commission will not order ,!.----,...- tlmo to begin."-Starke Tele- ty and gets about with all the edies DailyGAINESVILLE

graph. Age or social rank la no vigor of a young man. He was G. 1. Inman .. .
construction of the fourth until assurance is given that it will From Other -f.f.I -
I bar to Yo-Tolng The school boy dressed In a beautiful gray Confederate -- .
stand. and the store proprietor are all un'form typical of the FLA
o '.'----.----.-.-... striving dally to attain new perfection bloody days of (the great struggle Starke, Fla. ,

_ a Circuit Judge Adkins paid tribute to a worthy Starke Does lipstick make the lips iu this' gentle and thought between the states He was accompanied 'Oi =iygggSESSSThe .. .
stick?Palmetto News. No, It's stimulating art. Luke Wales by !Mr S. F. Morgan ofI
? couple upon'opening of court Monday morning when he I .
tho back 1)reS8I1re.-Starke Tele- Highlander.The Rtarke, who also was a member'of I I -
found a vase of flowers on his desk, placed: there by Rev and graph. That's as good a reasonas 0-- those lighting Southerners In the

Mrs. It. %V, Kickliter Rev. Kickliter's life has been spent in any. Clerniont Press. evidence being brought out memorable years of ISSt to 1865.

t. s _ service of his Master and his fellowman and the tribute was --oWe In the Catts trial at Tampa revolvIng Macclenny Reporter.. best is none too good. This applic ,,specially
+ are waiting for official announcement around the effort put forth by
g one well deserved. that the driest thing the former governor to secure the ItKVIV.tlj- to what we .eat. And the better th

-o- In Washington Is an empty bottle. appointment of two Justices of the
The! revival at the Methodist
'i Democrats are elated over the sweeping election of the Starke Telegraph. Trying to crowd peace In Tampa, hasn't Increasedthe church begin!! Sunday Nov. 10 biscuits, the more of them I eat.

Democratic candidate for governor of Virginia over the Re-: the Congressional Record out of public respect for that oltlce. It will be conducted by the pastor,
7'' I Its place?-Apopka Chief. With the office of Justice of the llev. Jas. T. Ouy. Song service begins We are quoting you prices on Ballard's FloUt
publican-Anti-Smith-Cannon Candidate. Bishop Cannon'shome ---- being used '
peace by unscrupulous
evening at
every 7:30 con.
precinct gave the Democratic candidate a vote of 8 to 1,: If oil is discovered along the lawyers and others as a free mill ducted by Rev. T .J. Tyler, pastorof lower than you can buy some other popular

( which should convince even a bishop that there is something I Tamlaml trail Fons Hathawaywho U. there any excuse for continuingIt : the South Jacksonville Metho- brands 8. This Flour is new:) stock, and .,-
built the road should be given In our court system?-Ooala dist church.
wrong with his politics or religion. credit. Tltusvllle Star-Advocate Star. The pastors and people of the SPECIALLY PRICED LOW BY US TO YOl

-0----- For the scenery too. There are --0- other churches are cordially. Invit- and is a real bargain.
Indiana!! along the Trail still wearIng Next year we can tell what automobile -
Received a nice, long, three page letter urging the lam- ed to co-operate.
the) same suit they had at owners have paid the
_ _,, basting and "Lay on, MacDufT" stuff for on* particular group birth. taxes on their cars. If they are Ballard's Obelisk Plain, 21 lb sacks Sl M:

of individuals from a reader this week. This column is not I sporting 1!)32 license tags the tax A
Our Senator Fletcher has won I has been stro Ballard's 70
_ used for that purpose upon request of another, as we dislike I Ito an appeal for a 1-cent pine tar be. The attorney pa'd --Ocala general Star.does May-not Obelisk Plain, 12 lb. sacks

catch the devil for giving somebody else the devil upon duty. Maybe Southerners will geta think so much of the chance this chain Ballard's Obelisk, Self-Ris. 24 lb. sack St.3i

request of another devil who is afraid to do his own deviling little out of that tariff! muddlenow year to enforce this half], baked ad
a that Democrats and Insur- I valorem tax legislation. lie already wand Ballard's Obelisk, Self-Ris. 12 lb. sacks M
gents from the'Vest have thrown has been Informed that the
'. Tourists stopping overnight on their way down the state a monkey Into the Hoover-manu validity of the act Is to be attacked Us z ea Ballard's Seaplane, Self-Ris. 21 lbs for #

I reported northern papers carrying news of smallpox epidemic fllt>turers' lIne-u p. -- Tallahassee In the courts. -- South Jacksonville link. ,

,' in Miami, but the news was not keeping Florida-bound travel- State News. Journal!. Ballard's Seaplane, Self-Ris. 12 lbs. for ,50
-o- -0_
r t: lers from leaving. There has been so much misrepresentation This week the laws passed by State jail Inspector reported In8uffi'lent Your ch.la .f auarkl Mrarlty I I. Mr
s of Florida's troubles by those papers that their readers the last legislature are carried in food and It poorly pre- M Uroof u Iu ....k_ ask' Do you like flapjacks or, pancakes? Alright

tho Telegraph. While not as pared In the Duval county bastlle. A rm.rul IIU.IIWM, uUmiuI this week-end '>11
probably read the news and then take the opposite for the Im- we will give you one package
thrilling as the latest popular novel The jailor came back with such a onra, .liul>U karat--.lt th_MM
a truth. they will help pass away the glowing report of his food and the ear b* part of your ch.l. of limwiUIIf BALLAUD'S PANCAKE FLOUR with rm-
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.llp. ran e link .tm dlr.f .
_#, 0 time. Starke Telegraph.the ThereIs skill of the cooks that we are look- -.I uinpulo uock. gra .hu...-. purchase of a bag of BALLARD'S FLOt B
considerable humor In lawsIf Ing for both city and officials pre.eloa. ch.Jn
Governor :Martin has given to the statement county your of BiuwUl M.
press a you can stand to wade throughthe to take their meals there.- ....u, I* ........roadr I......... .
a. that taxes in Florida may be reduced with no new form chaff to find It.TallahasseeState
r Starke Telegraph. Aa recommendation le.. r 'r.i.e "... .....-. .
of taxation. The former state executive does not outline his News. for the food and Its prepa- ........... y., '!. p.wlo -

plan to reduce the burden but if he is hatching up campaign : -o----- ration the Jailor says frequently Andrew's StoreSTARKE
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