Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: September 26, 1930
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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STATE ROAD 28 TO OFFICIALS .
PROTECTS BUYERS LAWS MISUNDERSTOOD ,,

,ET OCTOBER 15 WILL ATTRACTLARGE OF HOME SITE c

AND THE SHIPPER
In a statement issued from

nr **+*** Between Lake CROWDS state headquarters of the Florida has taken up his residence."While 1''Jncl.. Area( for Jcl'atlou of .2OOO.Ooa ,-
'lion(
and I-nke1 City Prnctlciilly '- I division of the A. A, A. In Jackson- the matter of residence'! Itrujirli May Ito J,.I
Hiitli-r< ('omplC't| l KlilH| >M'i>U Of rnxluco lust& of protecting honest men, to the : ville today following a conference is always a difficult question to U.trIC'h'Cl
Come!< 1:1) MarkLAW: Applies : settle the A, A A. statement
end that they would hereafter receive between A, A. A, officials and the ,1
l! to AH Parties what Is Justly due them. But : 1'1'1"'I.tcorlntlrll1n Anka Partners continues "the attorney general of
I ,riling to a nws story card State Motor Vehicle Inspector R. Washington, Sept 22.--Itrepre-
,,Ac a recent Issue of the, PaLite It has been pointed out that tb'e'l' lo .\tt -,..1 Heiulnolo Kihlblt: S. Elby; the attention of visiting Florida, has ruled that anyone native H, A. Green of Florida rs
| Wally News contract will be ", excerpts actually -: motorists and Vosldents was called conferred today with Con George 4r
from the Packer concerning the honest man, no one else but : in any business or acceptingany 1'r
L October 15th .bY the slateLd to the provisions of the Florida H. Wood, president of the National ,
.1 r of the Federal law Also that It is the The Field Day Program to be employment shall be considered l -
vpartment for the remaining operations new sworn enemy Motor Vehicle law relative to the Soldiers' Home and with Gen +
,
of fruits and of those who think held at the Seminole Farms Don- a resident of the state and
covering shipments they
may are
of Florida
highway between Flora- driving of cars In the state Frank D. Hines In charge of the
!:
uk vegetables in Interstate business honest but are not. liy way of explanation ttlHonvIlle.: Georgia, September :30, therefore subject to all the laws of a'.
of other
, id I'alatka, completing the with license, tugs ail in I ration of all veteran' activities ,
1930 Is
m Even commanding" the attention Florida one of which requires that
of will be of interest to shippers of : some of our Sun- states. of
the entire length the location
Ufa of regarding
ng and
of cattlemen, farmers the car he drives have a Florida '
this This law designed day plate
section. was passers are kidding
ad 28 from Lake City to The conference was held as a the proponed branch home "some urn"where
'
lands throughout
| It< to eliminate the dishonest themselves in the belief that they 1 owners of cutov,#r license lag "
"
"I lath I The article said In part: the southeast according to the result of the drive- h has been in the South f
commission! man brokers and receivers are honest by reason of eminent "The law In this respect and '" e
\881 i "nee that the letting of thatettm : State Veterinarian, Dr. :3. V. conducted In Jacksonville during Ho was advised that consideration (
I and to protect this group domain. They have cheated so the.ruling of the attorney general;
No. 28 from weeks the matter
>f highway Knapp whose office Is cooperatingIn the past several to apprehend : was being given
from dishonest shippers and long and !gotten away with It thathey've la not Intended to work a hard
lioraiionie: to Palatka will ,be putting on this demonstration; local motorists who may illegally oC further restricting the area !In ,. +
lade \October! 15th has been ob-I packers of fruits and vegetables.In actually forgotten that'tbey're Indication are that 1500 to 2000 be operating! cars on license ship on tourists coming Into FlorIda wl-.lch: the choice of a site will be ,; i

lineu o y the board of bond trus- this operation while the shippers dishonest. Some of than Interested people will attend the platea Issued by states oilier but merely to protect the state niaOw. Several months ago It was : '
of produce to markets are boys are the ones that the new In the matter of the'licensing motor
L,, 'hough the matter has not Cattle Show and Sale from Flor- than Florida A number of officially announced that only hl ar
|,.en officially confirmed It was protected against unfair practicesby Uw will hit and they're going ida alone. car owners have been arrested and vehicles belonging to Florid Southern states east of the MIssnsi tI

ated This section Is 14.91 commission houses these same to be surprised : The American Hereford Breeders lined as a result of.thIs activity residents, a duty Imposed upon ! "pl river would be regarded an
houses and their agents are pro Here are some of the that the authorities by law. As a matter -
tiles in length. ways Association one of the largest and It has been found that visitors cl.'rSile:: to compete for the location.
Only three-quarters of a mile tected against any attempt to un- tho law is expected to work: A' beef cattle associations In the and even residents of the state are of fact the laws of Florida wIth : ':he :Men now Is to make another .Y

|,.malned!! last Friday to > connect load on their hands a consignment car of cabbage sold on an t. o. b. world; la In charge of arrangements not fully conversant with the provisions reference to reciprocity for car reduction of area. ' '

10 rock base at the Columbia- of Inferior or worthless produce basis to a buyer at a distant point: this year and have sent out of the law. driven by visitors from other n"'IH'obellLlltive' i Green urged that

[nlon county line state forces represented to them or their arrives at destination when there i ovarkSOOO invitations and plan to The A, A. A. pointed out thata slates le'more liberal than the reel It Hiuyida as a whole/be!) not given

wing/ been engaged for the past agents as being of good quality. Is a bad slump In the market Fit, make t tnU demonstration an interesting clear understanding of the license \- proclty arrangements made by any consideration that a' part of the
In this section where strawberry ty cents a cwt. reduction! Is asked. > of the other forty-seven states and
the base
Several I week In laying I educational and pleasant tag reciprocity between lit"be\' included Announcementof
shipments run into hundreds of The enforcement division at Wash the District of Columbia. Florida ;
[mm Lake Butler north to meet experience for all those who attend rotates was particularly Important \ the board's ruling Is expected to '

lie completed portion in Colum- cars each season, the applicationof ington Is caUed Into help make the The. fict that this organization in Florida. at this time of the year regulations allow a visitor to !Ip made within the next ten days. v' :

a county. Openlngofthlsroadlilrshorten this law by the government car stick at full price Washington Is officially.. putting orrthe when the Influx of winter visitors drive his car In the state of FlorIda 0. two weeks

[ the distance to Lake means that the practice of top- wires '''the buyer that the Depart cattle show and sale Is an Indication is beginning.One without any time limit whatsoever ; '
ping off Inferior berries with qual- : ment Is sending -a-man to inspect and not even taking Into
ftj-, from points In this (f tection. It that the attention< of the live- of the surprising facts developed -
ity fruit and selling the lot to the car. The buyer knows he bee consideration the limit allowed by V/ill 'ShortenHighway
Pint. / approximately 36 miles from stock world Is being turned to according to the A. A, A .
agents, or buyers for commission no excuse for turning the car down the stale' from which the visitor .
'arke to the railroad crossing at Florida and neighbor states where is the fact that motor car owner
JVatertown.Dlntances. 'houses as such will ,receive a severe and asking roan* allowance, she the cattle fever tick has recently who have been residents of Florida comes Florida Is the first and Route j

from Starke to otherulnt8 setback. The fruit must immediately calls the shipper been eliminated.The : for years are violating: the law only state to take this step 1 It

shown by state road detriment come up to standard and any at- on long distance telephone a thou-: in many Instances because of their should be remembered, however, -
as
tempt to off inferior fruit by sand miles prograan, ( starts at 9 o'clock Gainesville! Sept. .-Shortening -
figures on road 28 are pass away and apologizes not fully understndlng Its provisions that this broad reciprocity agreement -
concealing it constitutes fraud'or lie pleads for the of central standard time From 9 un- to bona fide vIsItors of the distance between '
liven follows privilege accepting This In particularly true In applies only -
:
a* ,
til 1030 opportunity will be made vt-
; Gainesville and Tallahassee
misrepresentation and the seller the at full tourists and In affects
to Floraliome, 23.25 car Invoice the case of individuals who have or no way -
Starke
can be held liable. The fact that price, This repenant sinner at las to observe the different herds of bought second hand automobiles residents of Florida" through completion of state road! s ,

lilies| "Siarke to Palatka, 38.16 miles the shipment Is passed by a local sees the light. He has been doing cattle which will be conveniently belonging to someone who has In conference with' Mr. Elby theA. No. 14 from' Gainesville to Wilcox
all
placed that may see them and the surfacing of missing linksof t
does not relieve the It
Inspector right along but he does
Starke to Lake Butler 16.38 not come into Florida from another A. A. omclals pointed out that
From 10:30 until 12 o'clock
the : a state road No. 19 from Perryto
seller as the buyer receiving wish to have his license
to do
frlles.\ state When such a car Is transferred there- are frequently cases i In uy
barbecue of Hereford cattle will the state capital seems to be +
has the to have business
right
Siarke to Watertown, 36.58 shipment taken away, so he promIses to a bona fide resident of which circumstances are such thatIt
be and In the
the lot Inspected by a government himself that hereafter served afternooixap assured according to news stories p''
files\ he will the state of Florida It Is no longer i Is difficult to decide whether
official upon arrival"to see If itcomea'up not misrepresent. proximately 50' head of purebre,1registered appearing recently In the Bronnon
subject to the reciprocity agreements i motprlsts are subject to Florid,
to standard. The article Hereford cattle will be Journal and the Perry Herald.
Bradford* County follows The law Is not i, respecter of sold at auction' by the association* between states and the new law with regard to license tags The Herald says: 4!

: i ",,j, j persons. It says that all must be The governors of Florida. Georgia owner la obliged to purchase a or to the laws of their own states "Work: Jiegan'today 00.,the surfacing lk 1r
The
Department at Washington Florida at t the earliest the A. A. A. urged
honest. Including brokers com- tag opportunity Accordingly .
: Alabama
Farms Total 924 in. charge of enforcing the new and are expected to of highway No. U from
,
fruit and vegetable law-the Boron mission men, jobbers receivers be in attendance at this show, together sane enforcement of these regulations Perry to the Madison county line. '1) : '
distributors, and all others doIng board of directorsof The state motor vehicle Inspector so that visitors to Florida Several I
Bill to honest with.the men and a large comple-
-designed compel -
hues Ih'C'ld"4; CJrcnvlh, :! ..DuringTen { bustneai'praottceb1s'also''baYIng Interstate, business. The law the Amertatfn': Hereford Breeders reports that a large number of nha.ll\, not, be subject to arr.aLorfine ment of machinery' are already on o

I'"t Tears, According"Kei wan not passed especially for Association >> Instances in which' arrests have unless It has buen definitely! the' grounds and more are coming: 4'In
intricate to sets
problems
some
and 'shippers been made and fines imposed have determined' that the motor vehicle
10 Census >ort tie. Wisdom of the Solomon growers any more Every cattleman farmer and every day', xnr-'v'
than for commission men brokers of cut-over land of'this been due to a violation of this owner Is a resident of Florida and
type is needed to the end that owner "The Manley Construction company -'
There are only two counties In and receivers. Its sole mission I I. county should take advantage of rule.The has failed to comply with the- law of '
people will do unto others as they Leesburg, has charge of
flw state smaller than Bradford to protect honest men, so that this opportunity to sea a practical motor vehicle reciprocity' In cooperation( with the elate the' surfacing
: would like to be done by. work 'under the direction -
futility In acreage. Plnellas with It was stated in The Packer they will not have to stand for demonstration of what has actually between states, the A. A. A, explained motor vehicle Inspector the Florida of the contractors the f1' "

}!ni60!) acres and Union county any kind of dishonesty or unfair been accomplished on a large applies only to cars drIven division of the A. A. A, will bo Fred D. Ir' /
last week that this new law should Beasley Company Inc., of J
,!th 153,600 acres but this coun- practice. It Is just as apt to kick body Lf cut-over land In the pro- and owned by non-residents and glad to advise any motorist whoso Tamp'a. '
not couse honest man to wor- ofd
s' with Its 191,360 acres ranks any back and hit the shipper an the duction of high grade beef cattleat the moment a car owner' becomes attenton! may have been called to coo4' 2
ry. No, indeed! The law was actually "Hepresenatlven of the ;
I\'nly.sllth for the state In the I a. profit. a legal bona fide resident In any apparently Illegal tags and who i la

lumber of farms within the coun- passed for the sole purpose (Concluded on page 4.) I. Plan with your neighbors; and state, he becomes subject to the of the opinion that he, because of part pony of arrived the week In Perry with the fifteen first w

s, These figures are carried In friends to make up a party and at- \llcenes tag laws of that state and his being a visitor to Florida I la trucks of five and
ten ton
ilia bureau of census report relative The Four Million-O'Henry. tend this Field Day Program. must display on his vehicle tag not subject to the tag regulation capacity'C; '
Books two
large road ,
WantedFor rollers
to the number of farms In The Virginian-Owen Whiter issued by the state In which he of the state pumps, t
pipe lines I
4 and other
p-'lorkla! which shows a total for The Hoosier Schoolmaster Edward machinery a
[he state irf 1930 of 69,601 in- Library. At AN i\JOV.\lllK; : DAY -- --- necessary, for the beginning of the yyF'Iwork :
Eggleston CLAY ('OU. TY TO UKIN J .,
AT KINGS I.LKK;
[reaslng to that number from 54,- ''t .
['05 In 1920. Polk county leads High School The Hoosier SchoolboyEdward .. NEW- ..HSTUWT OUOUl'H 4-H GIRLS HOLD The first shipment' of rock for' rfi + j

ho list with 4.737 farms while Eggleston. , At an all day meeting held with the surfacing arrived this morn. idlrl

The Marble Fawnllawthorne.Knickerbocker' Kingsley Lake Baptist church Clay county probably Inn over the roast Line from
1920 t It had 2,652 and Frank- Principal Asks Contributions from will be i

'n county reports the smallest Patron of School to Replenish .. History of.New Sept 21st.Jtev. Hogan of Jacksonville grouped with Duval, St Johns, ANNUAL CAMP Ocala end''' was placed on the sld-' ,o'
/
Umber of farms a total of 4 in Library ,York-Washington;Irving. assisted outfi beloved pastor Nassau, BaKer, Putnam and perhaps Ing near the statrtlng point of the , ''i 1

p93i), as compared with 7 In 1920.In Old Creole Days-G..W, Cable. Rev,. R. E. Blanchard with the Flagler and Bradford counties work at the city limits near the t 71 %

1920 Bradford county had a Prof. S. S. Dowling Is seekingto Rise of Silas Lopham-W. D. morning services, Sister Belle In the new congressional district ball park. The. Initial shipment,
Howells Blanchard at the to be created The first annualmeet* of the 4-1 contains Jr!
"oral of 1,286 farms. In 1921 the build the high school library organ. Subjectwas In Florida as twenty carloads. !
up
iiinty was divided and Union through gifts of books from King Henry VII-Shakespeare. taken from Luke 16th chapter the result of the Increase in population Cfub girls of Bradford county, was! "Project Engineer C, E. Jackson .. P"

ounty was formed from part of trons of the school and to assistIn pa- Arms and the I\lan-Oeo. Ber- Everyone enjoyed the messagehe : during the last decade. held at St. Augustine. Y. M. C. A. and his crew of men had 4,000 ;Vu

Notwithstanding this loss of the work he has furnished the nard Shaw, so ably delivered This was the prediction made by camp Sept, 19-21st with Miss I lineal feet of form boards. already rJi'A
153.600: The Fool-Channlng Pollock. political observers !In this Pearl Jordan home demonsra! In position for
acres In the division Telegraph with a list of subjects A delicious. dinner 'wag served section the metal when the ;
UraJford: made such strides! during wanted. While the school has a Gold-Eugene O'Neill. by ladles of the church oil the this week. I tlon agent In charge. contractors arrived on the scene ;'

'if' following nine years that In very good library It Is not com- The Dream Children-Henrlck grounds after which the Baptist These (counties. If such alignment A splendidly arranged program and with a start like this will be y

9.1i the census figures gave It a plete and also not sufficiently Ibsen. Evangelistic!: Brotherhood of Jack- Is followed In the rearrange for each day and night wan car able to keep ahead of the surfacing '?

"stet of 924 farms. large for the needs of the students.The .1 Carllse. Pant and Present; sonville, and others conducted the ment to be effected by the next red: out. 'Each girl did her part crew, ,p "

For census purposes a farm in- list of books wanted by Professor Six Short Stories, O'Henry. afternoon services, which were legislature' In 1931, will be re- well In making the camp a. success. "Thin. particular contract will ,

lude all the. land which Is dl- : Dowling is published below: O'Brien, Best Short. Stories highly appreciated by church and moved from the' district now represented Those attending were: take care of the surfacing of high

wtly farmed by one person elth- Collection of Van Dyke's works 1928. visitors The Brotherhood services in the national house of let group: Thelma Sullivan way No 19 from Perry to the dyi ,

r by his own labor alone or with! containing "The Other Wise Man. Biography, Samuel Pepys. consisted of talks by each representatives by Ruth Bryan captain Mildred Mcltae, Vonda Madison county line, and will be j

''ie assistance of members of his Cabbage and Kings and the Selected Short Stories Oxford. member. They were HO inspiringthat Owen. Her constituency will be I Inman Lillian Sternberg, Vera especially valuable and helpful to '

oiisehold l or hired employees. Four; Million-William Sidney Twain the Innocent Abroad. young and aged could under eonf.ned to the counties south of Claire Robinson Elizabeth Craig Taylor county people, as well at

'\\'hell, a land owner has one orion Porter (O'Henry.) Twain. Puddln' Head Wilson stand, and they proved the Christ this district. Edna: Harrison, Lillian Tucker, hone from the north who desire

tenant, renters croppers or The Conquest of Canaan-Booth Bud Those Extraordinary Twins. Spirit'reign: In. theIr lives. After' the legislature determinesupon Mary Mast Marjorie Johns. to come here, as entrance to Perry r, .'

1'iat' ers the land operated by Tarklngton. . Hawfhorne.-'Pirtrw-'Told Tales. J. L. Sllcns church clerk, the boundaries of the new 2nd group:: Margaret-: Dodd.-, from this direction has. been al- 1

''fcft I t ts. considered a farm. The Romola-George Elliott Poe, The Raven The Face of .e district, the office of national representative ceptan: ; Merle Johnson, Edythe most shut off for some two years

L|>v'!niment\ considers any tract' of The Court of Mont Crlatt-Alexander the House of Usher Riverside.. KKK.IK: I\lt: 'o..' COIIN for the fifth congressional ConnoH Teresa 'Ilennott, Lorena "By the time that No. 19 la completed p

In,1><> >f lens than three acres used Dumas. Scott Kenllworth. district of Florida will\ he Green, Geraldliie Johns, Martha work will bit almost If not j- J

:irlcultnral purposes, which Pilgrim's Progress-Bunyan. Scott Ivanhoe. L. C. Powell sent a freak of corn filled at the following elections. Powell Mildred Hundley Doris quite (completed on highway No.

n 'Id product. to the value of Dr. Jekyl and Mr, Hyde-R. L. Stories from Arabian Nights, to the Telegraph! office Thursday It the grouping predicted here Meade Hulda Sullivan 11 In Jefferson! county, lapping 19 lJ

-'' la the preceding calendar Stevenson. part Four. murnlng, the renter ear of nor- !I. followed Duval county and 3rd group: Kathryn Weent, captain at Capp and giVing a northern

1, to be a farm. The Man of Property-John I Carroll, Alice Wonderland, mal size and shape 'belnl! surrounded Jackionvllle, by reason of their ; Lois Moore, Dorothy Smith outlet over surfaced roads as well'

II t >lis Immediate section of th'eft. Galsworthy. Defoe, Robinson Crusoe. by twelve other ears, large population would carry the Dorothy Meade, Eleanor Harrison, as west.

'.! the following. counties are Tens of the D'urhevt\1ert--Thos.\ I Hale Man Without a Country. completely hiding the center ear weight of elective/ power In the Gladys Underhill, Margaret 'Pre "Contracts are to be let the first

Fu' d with the totall) acreage of Hardy. Hawthorne The Snow Image. for three-fourths Its length. The new fifth dIstrict, It was pointed vatt, Alice Mast, Annie Laurie of October for the surfacing of r

aunty In' farms and wild lands Lord Jim. The.Rover-Joseph Hawthorne Great Stone Face. twelve ears were filled with kernels -, out.-Green Cove Springs Times Tucker. highway No. 5A from Taylor ..

nd 1 i numbers of farms In each: Conrad. Hawthorne, Tales of White on the outside, although they Serving on the nominating committee county line through San I'eUro

Al" -hua county-784.480 acres;: The Sea Hawk-Sabatlnt.Typie HllU. Long Curwood Tales, Part potweitaed only the flattened partof for the officers of the execu- bay> to Mayo The highway from '

,Z, farms. -II. Melville One, Twice Told Tales. a cob fitting snugly around i\H CO.VMl'Ml'TK.WBradford tive council were: Mayo to Branford was completed r_ _ _

Biulford county 191,360 David Balfour-"-R. L. Stevenson. Irving, Tales of a Traveler, Vol. the center ear.C'O.MIXO fl'ruS .U'CR'H'r; Margaret Dodd\ Lorena Greene a year ago and the completion of t"r

'rri. 924: farms. Strife and the Silver Box In and :a, Rip Van Winkle. 0' , Mildred Hundley I athryn Weest. the last link will give people a di g, _

lat 1)8) T county-379.520 acres; Vol. of John Galsworthy. Longfellow, The Courtship .of county used 67,410 Loin Moore Gladys Underhill and reet routing to Gainesville and con r
Annie Laura other central and southern
rnu. Tucker. point!
The Melting Pot-Zangwlll. Miles Standish TOT: gallons of gasoline during the
'Ih ra;: : county 394,100 acres; Theodore Roosevelt an autobiography Oulda. A Dog of Flanders. MinAWIIKIlHIKHEditor : month, of August, as comparedwith Acting as life avers were: How. the east coast."
ttt- Moore "State'
ard
KoiMl Tlilrtrrn
and
me. Freddie
'' -RoosereVt.\ Scott. Toy's of the Last Minstrel. 76.932 gallon during July, Dodd

Jiobla county 506,880. Life of Goldonlth-Irving.. Tennyson, Enoch Arden Telegraph ,., according to the report Issued by The Levy County Journal, refer.ring t
llc-(
to further
1.1ta paving
put farms. The Story of My Life-Italen Catandre. Ancient Marlnell.Po.'s Starke Fla.Enclosing. the Inspection bureau, departmentof WKH.:"" IX I'lTTHIIlltGH on state
:am county-481,280 acres; Tales. road No, 13, says, that contractor ,, 3
Keller agriculture. The report also
remittance to
ooj I'i on farms. Life of Woodrow Wilion-Jo. Pope Pope of the Lock. cover subscription for another credited the county with 14,203 ,v, 'II. Stevenson Pittsburgh.. surfacing Bronson of and the section between s%,
county-153,600 acres; Davids. Barrie,, Little Minister Peter gallons of kerosene 'for Ellxey has
4e, farms sephus year. I like the paper August Pa., owner of the Rising Pecan been, awarded to Lanaton Construction -
Romona-Helen Hunt Jackson. Pan. and think I can't do withoutIt. and 6.335 for July. Farm died at bis home In that of ,
JIMOII Ben Hur-Lew Wallace.A Carne Christian. For the state the report showed company Tallahassee. t
WOOUMKX CIRCLE I Intend -to- visit Starke city Monday following 'a long Ill The work will cost 13705458. e
Connecticut Yankee la King Curwood. Kazan River' End. 10,598.703 gallons of gasoline for
about the 25th of December ness Mr Stevenson look over the This project will t
There Arthur's Court-Mark Twain. London, White Fang. the month of August as comparedwith practically ,
will be a Junior Wooden to eat strawberry shortcake management of the farm following complete a direct short between
Circle meeting Tuesday eve1flg Roughing. Innocents, Abroad. Porter Just David. with, the folks. 16.630,667 for July. Puval the death of his son two year ago Gainesville and Cedar route '
"' at 4:30: tn the Woodmen ball Mark: Twain. Sabatinl. Bcaramouthe.. Mrs. John Courtney. county' led the state with 2,119- S KeyS ;

I members are.. urBed to be The Oregon Trail -- FrancisParkmanj. Wilson. Oh, Doctor- Bonner Springs, Kansas. 739 gallons while Glades-'county, Ybor City Golden Eagles dedicated Ocoee r- Plans discussed for esablUUment r.

presentAll I Wiater, Vlr lnl.D. was .low_with :21,242., now $50.000 home hero of town park. '
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Jacksonville: Hay \;,, "I
: ; i By I an's Relief Anoc'nt" .'\ >a-|
II s- FOR CHILDREN "?
tilt Ii I 1[ . .. .. ', -d Methodist Home m.. ,n,,,,, Jtt",
i Veterinary College,1892.Thirty-eight ysarisiaf .c..lhl" "NchednleNext ' Benson
I "
r j MISS\ PEARL JORDAN, Home Demonstration Agent I d Springs Flu 'I"| ,
veterinary work. Eminent authority on al ea ce -- ."
Home for
1/ raising of dairy cow., other livestock, and poultry. NaUon.1ly to breeding, the feeding of Llhildren'a$ lrlu at Tun,,, , (
1 1n / mown lecturer writer.n4 author.lcio has more to do can lion. ., : ]
dl poultry probably ]>eM| >in1oiiH Cnnil for In Homes ? \ ::
s Leaf-Hopper And I i j with success or failure than... another y Provide for helpless Daniel Memorial um,, '
> s ir ;, I HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES' 'I II AM VIHOW should l not put on too much fat single cause The beginner sonvllle; Hope liar,., ? ,ale hc4

Leaf-Roller Likely along her back, and she must have the importanceaf vllle; Baptist home ?' :';>110
i TO rilOOSK: .\ seldom realizes Florida has 22 Institutions licensed ?.Idrll
a 1 I Weekly from Homo Drmon- iWunlwdchra I : l'UOI".TlUfolICY: ('011' wide, prominent hips She must an exact and scientific feed pro- to receive and care for dependent at Jacksonville; Boy ii.m, A
(, titration have blood circulation for soclation at Jacksonviij <
Attack Bean Crop Agent.: good gram. The successful professional children and there are l"O'1I1{

1)PIJCMiov) Dairying Is the largest revenue carrying food nutrients from the poultryman always appreciatesIt. approximately 1,700 children car- Baptist Children's Uoro. I',, 'At.
4 for Luiirh digestive system to the udder, While perhaps anyone of a cadla; Florida East Const
fte,1 producing department of the live- ed for In these homes, accordingto Orp v
Gainesville Fla.-Farmers who where these nutrients are converted number of scientific feeding sched- board of anage (negro) at Dnytm, BJ*
stock Industry of the United a report of the state
(Ir, t+ are growing/ a crop of beans this For convenience, sandwichesare States. The products made from Into milk and butterfat A ule per 100 laying leghorn pullets public welfare. San Jose Boarding home\ f0, J

fall are likely to have trouble with almost necessary In the packed i good circulation is Indicated Is! recommended by the State Col- dren at Jacksonville
This board created by
state
4' milk of our dairy cows, which Include was
? tlCl( two very common Insects -th lunch. Bread should be 24 prominent veins the udder .
on lege of Washington and Is one thai
butter, cheese Ice bY/ an act of the 1927 legislature and -
bean laaf-hopper, or Jassld, and hours of age and should be spread cream large, crooked and elastic / Is widely used In the Pacific
condensed milk, powdered milk, has for Its chief work the supervision NOT A FRIKM:: TO TALK
the bean leafroller.The with softened (not melted) but veins Northwest.- tU"Isn't )
etc., amount to more man 4 billion of all agencies devoted to -
leaf-hopper la a pale green, ter Dressing should be put on A good dairy must have 7 Feed 2 1.2 quarts
cow -
a. m.
Inch long dollars annually, which Is our the Interest of. the state's neglected bU8Ine88./01l1111"/ ,.
1.8 ,
active Insect, about the bread Inside the lettuce
not or ?
ability, which gives her the powerof scratch grain, and 6 quarts of
greatest Industry. children. to Mr, A. "No, it's |
from the tin ,,
which sucks Juices other material. Raw fillings ,
dfdatab. There are approximately 22 manufacturing milk and butterfat sour skim milk or buttermilk, or Brains lunp'rtlons<< A. ""M"Isn't
leaves, causing them to turn yellow should be shredded, grated, or '
efficiently. This is indicatedby In place of this milk ration, at
''d million of dairy cows, Including, The board began Its Inspectionsof business rotim,
and die. These Insects, according -
'$ assistant. ground In a chopper. Sandwiches heifers two years old or over, on an udder of good quality texture 11:30: a, m. feed 3-4 quarts con-' state children's homes In Juneof ed Mr. B. "No busing, ? aeY
to A. N. TlsHot, should be well wrapped. In oiled that Is denied' ? due'
long and broad, be- buttermilk.
Florida Expel farms In the United States Of i'i'NoonIeed 1928 and has carried on that replied Mr. B. Then hi, ,.
entomologist at the paper to prevent drying. The tween thin me." D
this well-arched 1 thighs. what they will work. In Its findings
number, about one-third of a report and E.; asked each
-Iment Stotlon, can be practically child should be taught to eat the The udder Dill hetber
these also should hang high clean In an hour, of alfalfa during that the board business
cows are loafers or boardersand up period, reported wasn't rotten I
kept out of the field by prepar- sandwich slowly Bread requires behind, and should. be carried and) each
w Ing and maintaining fallow strfp thorough chewing. are kept on our farms at a I well forward. leaves and blossoms, green cut alfalfa that only seven per cent of I one told him It was flat Ravin.1

( a around it. Plowing or disking, KillliiK oss. About one-third break even, kale lettuce, green sprouted the children now dependent on spent the whole morning ;m-inml

{ i sew J Jr" i followed by cultivation to keep Grated cheese or: egg, fresh that is, they make no money; and I I recommend bull circles or oats, cabbage, fresh or cured homes and agencies for support find someone to cry with mm he|

?, down weeds, will serve the purpose cottage or cream cheese In various one-third are good profit producers. bull associations as the cheapestway lawn clippings, or.yellow carrots. are orphans-the others being the finally called It a day wen. Mme

The beans should also be combinations' butter, or peanut If only one-third of the cows and a good way to build up Noon-remove milk utensils children of divorce, of unmarried and spent the afternoon 'in nf|

cultivated frequently In order to butter (homemade) makes good on our farms are making money to the quality of dairy cows in any and replace with fresh, cold water parents, of separated parents and cellar washing bottles -From

keep them free of weeds and grass, fillings, Shredded lettuce, cabbage the owners It Is very essential to community. The very best bulls of parents who deserted them. Spinal Colyums.
4. 54 hl '' he said. know how to select a good dairy available should be used for breed- 3:30: p. m.-feed 4 quarts The homes licensed to care for
endive other
or tender;
cow scratch grain. these children are: The Children's West Palm Beach ml
The leafhopper can not be kill- leaves, pimento, grated carrots, Ing.I Work
ed with poisons, due to' Its method beets, sliced pineapple, onions, "Buy the best and breed them most heartily\ endorse the 5:30: p. m.. feed 6 quarts (dry Home Socltey of Florida at Jacksonville double roadway of :North.; palnl
A' better" Is the slogan of work of weight) milk moistened laying Church Home for Children Beach
of feeding, and contact sprays bananas figs, tomatoes, raisins, .a leading cow-testing associations, ; avenue, progressed as tu\\
must be used. Nicotine sulphateIs prunes, or dates serve the'purposewell. Jersey breeders This slogan in for in these cow-testing associa- mash. at Jacksonville; I. O. O. F, as J. S. Phlpps estate I

one of the oldest and most wide- Pecans, peanuts, coconut my estimation Is the best one that tions complete records of the milk For the heavier breeds, the same Home for Aged and Orphans at Work started on 30-mil stretcb|

ly used. This may be used alone, (fresh), or other fruits and nuts I have ever seen or heard. Those produced and the feed consumedare schedule Is good, except that 1 Gainesville; Pine Heathe Prevent.orlum of road between Compass Lake|

rrse'to i' { with a spreader, or with bordeaux.The may be used. seven words mean more to the -up kept, thus enabling the farmer quart of scratch grain should be at Tampa; Masonic Homeof and Bayou George, to cost about

sl 4, y YtesUna nicotine will not kill the eggs I If vegetables have.been used In building of our dairy herds than to market his unprofitable cows added to the 3:30: feed. It is advisable Florida -at St, Petersburg; $300,000. I

and must be replaced at about the sandwiches, fresh", or creamed any words that I have ever seen at the end of the cow-testing association when the birds start to American Legion Home for Crippled -, Tommy; Pa, why was Adam|

'; weekly intervals. The bordeaux fruit may b. added to the lunch.A grouped together Cheap cattle year.Destroying, 'fall off in production, to Increasethe children at St. Petersburg; created first?

pimply acts as a repelant, keeping small amount of Jelly Jam, are seldom a bargain Deepbodiedcows amount of buttermilk fed to

ygdthl ,' many leaf-hoppers oft the plants.As marmalade,. or fruit butter may with good type-and plentyof help keep them in better condition
'
T,y teS* eel: a rule dusts have not proved as capacity are the most profitable Cotton during the summer and fall molt.
be used, but fruit in Ita natural
effective as liquid sprays he add- state Is best for the child Fruit to the owners. Cattle of this qualIty Don't forget that exactitude in We
can charge
ed. juices, fresh or canned, are appetizing may cost more, but the profits Stalks Early Kills meeting, feeding schedules Is extremely Y YES your 8 H llll R

;)' The adult leaf roller Is bluish as wells as nutritious. from the sale of milk and surplus\ Important. Mose folks
( stock are much greater. It think It doesn't makV, eo STORAGE BATTERY InSmith's
in color It lays eggs on the under Fresh orange;lemon, lime, grape, pays Many Boll Weevils very ,

F ,., f r side of the leaves, and they blackberry or blueberry juices, as to "Buy the best and breed them much difference. I would try to
r hatch Into caterpillar better make my schedules to the very
a young well as other Florida fruit Juices,
Fi 'which cuts two silts In the bean make It possible to have on hand a What is a dairy cow worth? This Gainesville, Fla.The most effective minute. Birds have an uncanny

i Ib 'J'Js leaf, rolls back the flap .between supply of fresh", juices many Is a question that I am often ask- blow that farmers can give way of spotting the exact time the Sfarl11

p and ties it down with strands. of months of the year. ed, and there Is but one answer, the boll weevil Is to destroy cot feed Is due, and If they are disappointed Garage :

s silk The caterpillar is a chewing Milk and that Is that she Is valuable In ton stalks as soon as possible, P, their digestive systemsare
.
1 Insect, and can be killed with ar- It la best where possible to pro- proportion to her production In W Calhoun, assistant In cotton upset and of course their production -

senate of lead. To 50 gallons of vide an Ice box and have milk the milk pall. One cow may not Investigations at the Florida Experiment -, and health will suffer. .- -. -.

; 6tmnh the spray! for the bean leaf-hopper handled at the school. A thermos be worth her keep and another Station, recently stated Another don't. Don't tinker witha

; add 3-4 pound of arsenate of lead, bottle although expensive, is may be worth '$500 or more. There over WRUK. Complete destruction bird's feeding As long as a

; or dust the plants with arsenateof worth the price, If milk is not sup- are two ways of deciding a cow's of all stalks several weeks be- schedule is working out satisfactorilY the TELEGRAPH

>? PpXr41 lead, 1 pound mixed with 8 to plied In the lunch room. A pint value. One Is to buy her and see fore the advent of cool weather don't change it unless you

10 pounds of hydrated lime. Beans of bottled milk should be carried 1C she pays her way and Intereston will starve many of the weevils' are positive the change is going

should! not be sprayed or dusted every day. the Investment, and the other will cause. many others to go Into to J>e permanent and for some real

with arsenate of lead later than DreamtMilk ''Is to nee her record as made In winter quarters partly starved and good reason. A bird Is much more OFFERS ITS READER

,:, a week or 10 days before picking, cup custard (baked), plain I cow-testing association or an official unable to survive, and will Increase 'I sensitive to a change In diet thana

FIY Nd; unless they can be thoroughly or fruit cookies, ginger bread, oat- test by the breed association. the time that the surviving human being. And also remem-

to Cp 'Ih;: washed, as !It Is also poisonous to meal cookies, crystallized citrus A cow-testing association record !is weevils have to go without. ample ber the good old rules of sanita-

..Ia'b man. ... fruit, fruit paste, fruit nut loaf, or more likely to be found'' and may food, he said.Experiments. tion In feeding If you would avoid TREMENDOUSWHY
be considered with thousands of diseases
reliable. and
-- parasites.
f' fresh Florida fruits In season, are
' The weevils In cold storage here have
7 N1NE/lAItSAFIiSFYN: : : Cine for desserts. cow is the hardest. worked .
Hiurri: > TO FLORIDA animal on the farm. She must shown that about half the weevils
t
C PLANT LIMES'
: NOW
jf: .'UOUIOVTU: HT.\TKS: TO UK An.....: TO HI'I<:SU have a strong constitution to pro die when placed in hibernation, A _

,',V 0 It ...poth. l lr.ndan r( :MORE:, .'.\KM Kit lJl'HT1I.ln duce largely, persistently and and the others die slowly for a FOIl KAHTRR"' BLOOM: PAY *MORE ?

4, Gainesville, Fla.-Nine cars of : MOKH: MONEY: profitably. Constitution Is Indicated considerable period, after which Gainesville S !
Fla. Easter
the death rate Increases lily
by large, open, well distended very'rapIdly. -
rr' enton : registered and high grade Jerseys Enrjy'stalk bulbs planted in late September T II4WN'
,. cattle will be shipped to Florida (By Spuds Johnson.) nostrils, by well-sprung fore ribs, destruction should be In bloom for
the Easter
throws ,
..q, from drouth and deep heart girth, signifyingroom them without food long
"MlforW'4 sections of Tennessee My boy, who's been going to college -
season, according to Harold
t t ..n.A ': and Kentucky, according to Ham- was home the other day-to for large heart and lungs. enough that they reach the second ry, associate 'horticulturist Mow- THEIR
Ito short Also by largeness of windpipe and period of high death rate, he said with
idy.a'j $" Li. Brown, extension dairyman, spend a while before he went the Florida
Experiment
who back for breadth of chest. In swampy; areas, rich land, or Station.
e tq has Just visited those sections another college session.
They do best
tIl 4 ore 04ei J?::; and helped to select the cattle lie oasis studying agriculture, and A cow never produces a poundof rainy 'seasons winter when there Is considerable soi: and should on'a be planted sandy loam 3 to + Unf w S"351H Rtxttp Rat?Wf

D.al spent several weeks looking over naturally had a lot of suggestions; milk from, anything other than growth; early 4 inches deep. He ,
.d t Fj herds and was later joined by n.I which he thought were good, to feed and water. Other things be- stalk destruction is even more im applications recommendedtwo

r ;: It I (>+I 10. Lawton, Madison county agent, Rive me concerning the operation ing equal, the more feed a cow portant. In most cases the stalks fertilizer of a general bulb MAGAZINESU

!) ourre members of the North Marlon of the old farm. Now I know that, eats, the greater will be her yieldIn may be turned uhder with a heavy 7-5 ; possibly a 6-5-5 or a 5-

In his enthusiasm milk Therefore, If Is essential plow and drag chain, and a winter analysis.
; ord C it i County Dairy Association, and others some of the
Protection
ltf uhlia that cover crop planted at the from cold may be
suggestions he made were not so a cow have capacity, which Is same
} s time, he necessary! in the northern part of
;Thla '\ The cattle good, but I broad to Indicated by a'large mouth, concluder. "
strong
farmers enough *
were bought by am the state, ha said. A frame U *" l- -S; lJ a aaaan n aaa) -ij
covered
:: of Madison Duval, and Marian realize, at the same time, that jaws, and a large abdomen, "de- with will
canvas
y i; ." counties some of hit suggestions did have noting a good feeder". She must but in severe usually colds suffice YouCanHaveYourChoicef
4 soil v sense In them. have a body that !la deep and long, some
S source of heat
unded
)_ Cocoa - Standard 011 Co. And one of the things that Impressed with well-sprung ribs far apart, 1VKUF FARM PROGRAM\ be the canvas

: , erecting filling station at corner of me was this; Whenever I and a wedge-shaped conformation.A L "The Voice of Florida" may necessary S. Any FIVE c La

drr r Magnolia street and DUIe .hlgh- would start talking about cutting good dairy cow must have _ I State road No. 23 being Improved ** <

'( :.t1'' 17er way. expenses, perhaps getting rid of what la known as "dairy temperament" between Bushnell and Dade MAGAZINES $2 25

I5'rit"r! ttd Y which determines whether Gainesville, Fla.-For the regular City.
dons ,, she Is a worker or a loafer. This noonday farm "And This fceIt's -=
dad be-
: program Newspaper
5, } jl" And the Worst is Yet to'Come--- Is Indicated by a broad well-dish ginning at 12:15: eastern standard .

r/" ed face and a large, bright, prominent time, over WRUF, the Florida Agricultural absolutely trutl No stings Qkl
COFFINS
& CASKETS n.ln
staring
eye. 'A dairy cow Extension Service has '
S 1 'ear et r rkechedtolids IIff.,.You Mil .ctu.tr,
n 4t nratg announced the following talks, I And a Full Line of ""+ OMAN h
.v. your choice oPiny S of' the..

: a f r- the car, and things like that, he along with music and other features I Undertakers' Supplies 'famous m.g.iliM "if you ACT NOWI
for
M N.al I'1 the week beginning Sep-
h da would say, "Dad, what you needto tember 27: I AUTOMOBILE ? Tk. coil I. {Just trill of' their tetu.l lv NEEDIECtB
,," ghe.K..4. do is to make more money from I I HEARSE .lu. A whole' '
.
Saturday, Sept. E7 Florida Alwara .. H.... Tae ...* y .> ,Jnj! 'for
farming. It's
all
'' your right to cut Farm News and hints U. S. Farm .., ... at ta. lowest prl...... .th.r,Moths and the klddlti.Storl.f
;I lord No '! .. expenses In cultivation, planting, Science Snapshots. Special attention .. telegraph and article en very known toplcl
and other
:
farm
operations. This
b M ;4' will tend to give you a bigger Monday Sept. 29 County ."meraREGISTERED .... a Look '.11I over Select l your farorlUt

Agents Will Go to School for a EMBALMER .nd Mall the
S 0 Coupon Today Don't "
4 profit on your work But when it
G !
"ts S ,' .a.aet t4 ,";,' comes to cutting out expenses for Week-A. P. Spencer. If All Eggs DEWITT C. JONES worry If you .rre.eI, get some" of' that
ilomeinn
Are In One
( Boo tier good reading matter, the car, Growers Basket, Vegetable TARKB FLORIDA ....ailna.. Renewals will be properly

lr l i! f,0, 1 household appliances, and things the Handle Need--Mighty W. T Good Nettles.Holdon I c .xtenoW.MoneySavingCoupon. /OMASacse
like It
that just won't do.
l Tuesday, Sept. 30-Fumigating
,. l "As young as I am, I can re-
Corn
for
Weevils-J. R. Watson.
? )lot member when we didn't need such
ri, : s \7 1. Harvesting the Pecan Crop-a. B.
3 3at T1555 a great amount of cash In a year- Blackmon.

enough to buy fertilizer, pay for
I Wednesday Oct. 1-Farm Hints
some new. plow stocks, buy a sack
/ of flour occasionally, and other for October-J. Francis Cooper.
5'' rtIIe i v Winter Flowers for Florida Gardens All Subscriptions Are for a Full Year
... small Items. We lived largely off -J. V. Watkins. I (ll...". PittiSadtr, which i* for mo.)
.nun & of what we raised on the farm. Thursday 2 & a C..tl...... I wish tit Saks .d..t.l. 0' rose
Oct. HlnU
-Timely !
Now however conditions Ma.a.).. ,. .h< .
i k are different Uarnala uner. 1 ant ..10. the "lTBUI .
JII.at About Florida Plant Diseases> amo.ae I. pgme.t far a ... year ..b.er/ptl.m/
When
t* church
we went
t > paper and ... 1 *'"
Erdman West. ta* FI"1:1: II.."'
.
/ the other nIght If we had been on VVnen youtigure marked wllk .. X IxlonBt. .
Friday October 3-Results of
the road In a wagon, we would '
e Cooperative Small 1 Grain Tests SncomeJax Aare-
1 your
+ --
( Y have been completely out of place,
with Farmers-J. D Warner. \
t even this far out In the country. .... .. .*r n.F.DTew. -
Special 4-11 club program beginning IoU '--P. ...... _
When we go to town we can't afford ..... I. r..r ...a.
.
at 8 I.
ol S 1 t to take the time to go In a p. m. 7... M._ v..t, -... _S/ail_
. ' )x k wagon. We must have better S .imhr.r bus,. h ..gryr. b. je 1 D Am.rl..ui TUiy.Jon ..... ,
?,; i iit IYO ..... u. .. _.....J ,.. n BeaMtMld MacalllMQ
clothes than formerly. Wo mutt .\ : Hl'IU'Ll' -V .. -'- u. s ..... Bn.....'.0...... Medetm nemeautkoi. *

buy more Improvements for the a.day..r. ...... D Capper1.Tanner. Jourul
e Q Nail l>ra>Pllrj.
n 1 it farm and also the home. It just Inverness, Fla. Among -the D The
Y Ceaalrr' Baeae
r Stt naturally coats more- to live now products recently canned In Citrus ..,...... .-.. ..... ...... (Ferawrly, turn A ftr_.. Clf, ...u........

f a than It did formerly." county are duck., pork:, chickens, ....-MeHAROLD yw L.Mb.r>t rM w.f.w. t- D BwrybodT-Parr.... C3 Patanader (Wkly) la
l+ i L; I can seo where there's logic In mullet, peas pears, guavas, r'4 / D The Farm Journal U.....1.'.Popular:Mon'""

o what ha said. However, the next grapes, and other products. Mrs. C. WALL O Frail.A Gejrdeaw (Q 11"-. _'.DISCSDO.anaw.Mag

.. thing Is to figure out how to make Elizabeth W. Moore home demon- Q.......".*Pavltrr. Joor alQ

, more money. We're both figuring 'stration agent, stated. Several INSURANCE I O Good........ .....nd PmnoUCQWeeaaa'aWeHd
.II. '6f .It'is' +ol on that now If we think of any thousand cans have been put up by Q Home Ctrat

I I bright Ideu. we'll tell you farm women ih. said. STARKE, FLORIDA

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[in.lY. SEPTEMBER: : SO IO.tO PAGE TIIRKK
DR.lWOROr\ TCLKGItAPH: STAKKK. FLORIDA __ I
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II of poor quality; Is demoralizing;; I the 126 feet In dimension, to be used 'Ii t Y M. C. A.: Camp 'They report a children attended church at Kins "

'I market In Chicago, according to D. as a factory for canning grape- HAMPTON ,I pleasant outing. ley Lake Sunday.Mr. .

.: News of Florida in Short Paragraphs M. Courtney packer and shipper. fruit hearts and juices with an Ml.. Ada Jllmtno, Cor. I Mian Clyde Mosley and mother and Mrs. R. 8. Rosier and

Ittr( He quoted advlces to that effect annual capacity of 75,000 boxes of of Lake Duller, were business vis'Itors children and Miss Euretha Raines,

from dealers In the Illinois city, fruit. It is expected that operationwill and here last Saturday. were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Marion y S
1. T Quigley
The size and quality Is now low commence not later than No- Mr. and Mrs Charles Weeks of Jacksonville! Carter Saturday evening. +
n In early fruit M.- and Mrs. F. A. Scott, all of who has been visiting his sister.
received there, and veml/or 15 with employment avail Those attending church ,at Un-
L LIVE STATE NEWS : such shipments should be stopped able to 100 persons Rice Brothers Starke were the guests of Mr. and JUi-s. Elate Eparkmun! has return- ion Sunday from Evergreen were: "

Immediately or late fruit will Buffer operate canning plants In other Mrs. L. J. Wynn this week. I'ed to his home In Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Kersey and family; ,

the consequences, Courtney Florida communities making a Mrs. Zaoarlah Brown who has : The many friends ot Mrs. J. C. Mr. and \Mrs. R. S. Rosier and

Y quoted Northern merchants as specialty of processing vegetables, been the guest of her son Mr. Keene' who has been sIx weeks In children. B. E.! Rosier, Mrs. J. S. M
saying. He urged shipments of fruits and seafoods. The new can- a hospital In Jacksonville' has e i
" Brown of Chicago, returned to her Rosier Russell Horace and Char- r
''I;; TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES nothing smaller hian size 80 ning plant will obtain fruit from home here this !week many friends here who are gladto lie Redding and Mr. and Mrs. Cohen -

I. ___n _______ ___ ._..-__- grapefruit until market conditions all sections of Lake county. Rev. Dixon of Jacksonville, know that her condition Is better Peele. .' : ,
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have improved. and that the was able to return -
Agent preached at the Christian church Mrs. Charlie Carter children l
and
-
n. E.iLton .
-County a breaking and entering to her home.
hladlson-
x O'ala-Two) cars of hogs moved last Sunday morning; and evening.Mrs. were visiting Mrs. J. S. Rosier -
a expects to leave this week was held for an alleged Wauchula Planting of early today from the Martin & Taylor J. S. Toney of Lake City Wednesday of last week. r
h E Tennessee\ to purchase a num- aid the escape of prisoners. fall vegetable crops In Hardee stock and their G. Cllr
yards to own or- Is visiting her daughter Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ury Reddish and I
l\, ot Jersey calves for farmers iff P. M. Hagan said eight county advancing/: rapidly and der for diversion. The weightwas W. Saxton. EVERGREEN children of Wateroak spent Thurs- '

t f..1 I 8tock-ralsers of this section. oners confessed Implication the middle of the month will see approximately 22,000 pounds. Mrs. DoWItt of Jacksonville, day of last week here with their 1
.
Mr F. A. Realer, Cor.
I delivery attempt. all seed In the ground. Shippingwill The price for tops was nine cents visited her aunt, Mrs\ Sparkman daughter Mrs. Cohen Peele.
thee
of
Out
Purl Lauderdale start early In October from per pound Mr. Martin authorizesthe this week. ,
prizes awarded to Florida Fort Pierce Members Zolfo Springs, Bowling Green and statement that the market will M. L. Watternon and family Miss Kuretha; Raines, who U I l

Bhool "hlldren In a contest sponled board of directors of the Wauchula, the three main shipping be open each Tuesday hereafter spent Sunday at Green. Cove teaching school at Pine Grove, In .\

l by the highway| educationalLrd River Sjib-Exchange, at a points In this county. Acreage -i unless notified to the contrary Springs. Union county spent the week-end lULL THEM:: TODAYt'r: '

our of them were won bylri ing held at Cocoa is about the same as !li apt through the press. Hogs may be Mrs. M. 1 K. Ma mi I re has returned here with her ,cousin Mrs Schel-

.uiuderdale students. committee to prqceed year's and prospects at present are I I brought In for shipment as late as to her home here after a visit lie Rosier.Mr. ,

t -- rangements for the good for excellent crops of fine 1 o'clock on each weekly shipping with her daughter Mrs. Mae Bran- and Mrs. Elbert Gnann and

E peinacola- -Expansion plans for a grapefruit canning plant quality. As usual cucumbers, I date Local producers and business nen of-JackgouvrUe children and Mr. Knight of Oka- ..

L ,r'.nsiu'Ola naval air stationfll Pierce contingent on peppers, and strawberries are the men aver the stock yards established !Mrs.\ Paul Mast has purchasedthe humpka, were visiting Mr. and

b" ,,c'uch great lengths accord- of the proposed terminal main crops but large quantities of for the first time by Ever-Ready Cute near the union Mrs J. 1 H. Hosier: Tuesday night of

g (' naval officials who have the Fort Pierce Growers bean! and eggplant are also being Messrs. Sam Martin and Jim Tay depot, that has been under the lust week. Stearns' Electric PasteIS

i 'n given; an opportunity of tion, according to Homer produced. Strawberry planting is lor last fall and reopened again management of Mr. and Mrs J, O. .Mr. and Mrs Bryant Redding GUARANTEED: TO KILL 7.

6 u Iiriiin, some of the governmental who was made chairman rather slow due to the scarcity of this fall Is one'of the best things Lamoreaux. Mr. Mast has assumed and baby, of the State }farm, were Coc!
:1It10IlS.. committee along with E. G. plants.) that has taken place In Marlon charge of the cafe and ev- visiting his mother. Mrs It.[ K :A?:>c* and Land Crab
6
---- of Indian River City and agriculture for a long time. Is afternoon.
county erything moving on nicely. Redding Friday Million .f popl h.v. wood It during
carloadIIl'apefrult
Fori Pierce--The first I. Fullerton of New Smyrna.Daytona Kustls Contract has been I The girls of the Hampton 4-11 B. K., R. S. and J. Q Rosier to.. eat 5".r...

e to be shipped from I awarded( by Rive Brothers of Apa- Hartow Kartow American Club with their Instructor, Miss were visitors to Starke Saturday Sold Sy..rywh.r. t

Uilce county this season move -] Beach-The luchlrola for the construction of Business College moved to lOrnada!: Pearl Jordan, spent the week-end after'noon. : 1 ounces urn--13 uunrei tt 8ft M, k

e ,I' forward last night shipped by man about 30 years old was two-story frame building 60x- I Theatre building j at Sand Pond, at the White Branch Mi- and Mrs. J. E. nosier and i MONEY HACK ir IT FAILS ;V___

L American K:>ult Growers ins on the beach early today by : -- -- - -- .__.----_ .. ..- n .. -- _ ._ ... I --- - --- - -- V ___ .._ no _ _
anther car may be forwarded {
\ man motorist. Partially:
the week, 'with somewhat
luring the body lay In few
a
$
shipments until the sean /
regular water with the face burled It
well under way.
,
gets '
r sand, presumably by wave ar
The face was battered and : J ,:
1 -With an enrollment V ,
Lakeland .
began In Investigation to V
of 5 per cent over the .J .,' "" ,
crease/ _
lne! If the multllatlon was
!'!'i'9-30( session, Southern College if )
+ sult of violence of action
|,gas Its forty-fourth year this I ( .
waves. Officers said the '. .
with simple exercises
horning might have been that of ,
+ lirtlclpated in by Lakeland's civic 1- ,

iid-T'burcli leaders and prominent McFadden a bridegroom : ' aL ]
months..
I,''r ons from other Florida com- ,

(iimltlea.Frostproof. I : .. ,
Clermont-Lake
county < ,
,
}
1<, ." i. :
"
get its second plant foivthe ".. '
Vi
,
-Installation at the ning of grapefruit and ) ',. / 1 _
K
Fruit Can- ,
,,,al plant of Florida iFfAN
.
,
The first
to
Juices. one i
Lrs, Inc., of machinery to can ,.
erated successfully Is H ,
teb orange Juice without! pre-
Howey In connection with
irvatlves, and announcement of
l.aim; for the construction of ad- tensive citruS' operations of ",'; 'J
J. Howey Company and ,
Iitlunnl plants In various points .'
1 : ond is being constructed at J I
|i the slate to operate exclusively I \
where business
}ith orange Juice were made pubby concerns ,
niuhed a site and l building
," officials of the company here
vantageous terms to Ride ,'
,
day t
ers, operators of a chain of ; : tri
.! ;
nng: plants in the state with I
j Jacksonville--Advices to the I
lute :Marketing Bureau indicate, quarters at Apalachlcola.
,
was\ announced yesterday by ,,', \ ;'
Winter Haven-An "i '
',"'111 Rhodes assistant state comJpiutoner ;.
ly early tourist season for .
\ of marketing and dlrec-
Haven Is forecast the ra
by
(orotthe bureau, that there will ,I : .: ;A9t
demand for homes and >;
u a considerable increase in .
,
that has been reported the
':
Las, cabbage celery cucumber :
'
week by rental agencies ,
'-I ,
replant and fall pepper acreages ; "
llttt greater planting also Indl- city. Statements Issued the """lkJi ': J1 .' "
; '
_
few days by these agencies J'I '
ated for okra green peas, fall /1 ; : '
Watoeg that a far greater; .I;
squash tomatoes and houses and apartments are : i
|:iraw'berries. :
pied at this time than at a .'

period for the last several : I "\
Daytona Beach-The third an- a condition that . hual "Pilgrimage of Love" to the augurs : W"" 9VV4 __ I : '
.
jlwabled veterans in the govern- the coming winter season. ".. t I
'
lent hospital at Lake City wille # t'
Palmetto Small sized
made/ by the local post of the .\If! '.
1 ,
American Legion on Sunday Ocliber ., : J) .

5. The public will be asked ,,
r : .
11' contribute kits containing com- ,;,,:';; ___
rirts\ prized by the disabled vet- RELIEVED .' ." ), IIt \
rans, for the pilgrimage and :, ':' ,
a \ '.
members of the Legion will at- CARTER3 Tit;* Party . ': __ t.,
l mpt to take with them a pack- I quickly 3

pue for each of the 300 inmates of [ digestive .' '',. .

fiie hospital. J ances.removes .
testinal poisons, and sick : ,

Qulncy-In time past there haseen quickly disappears.. Your whole ,, _
tem enjoys a tonic effect,
considerable discussion relare ,
tt on vanishes,and yoa feel a t _
|! to the feasibility of producing '
vigor. Avoid bromides and "
ijmmer and fall vegetables In they are depressing and :( : '

orth and west Florida. A recent All Druggists 26e and 755 red ,_.', :

I let u re 'of string beans being for- CARTER'S ;,' "
Karded from Quincy to markets In : \ i _
Finer states. "The bean crop Is note ,I:,

good as it might have been but ,
,
'oral farmers are earning a splen- OVER WORIfP '

jlld income this way" according NERVES

to CV., Williams, manager of the

J:adsden county chamber of''coinfnerce -


+m

Jasper_The.detour on the Dix- tryi
e Highway between this city and 4 t 7

',aldosta Ga., has been Improved As Sow So Shall Reap

'1 he' recent road Is grading now In and good leveling shape and ac- i ye ye a Q Qc

[ordlng( to reports received here, 3 rn 7 ,
rile road is an' important travel I

f-rtery for Florida-bound! motor

(our:, ts and hundreds pass over It Sow the seeds of
gaily headed south. In one day Community Cooperation 1 1S Patronize YOUR COUNTY: MERCHANTS.They .

]'cntly! 1400 cars were counted'eaded ,

foa.,', movement I south on Is this said one to road be and In- Reap the harvest of Community Growth! support all home community projects. They


[Teasing steadily. contribute to local
UP TO your ears In community growth.
MarlunnaTwo armed bandits every nerve at high Sprinkle YOUR DOLLARS where they will do ,r s

today bound and gagged an ex- No wonder you snap at the
Teas and bark at the children. CATCH the
agent here and COMMUNITY
company es- PROSPERITYSPIRITl
aPed In an automobile after rob- Watch out I and YOUR COUNTY the most good .
', nerves may lead to
dog: a safe of $6,000 In cash. The ness Nervous Headache .
handlts>
| headed eastward toward ous Indigestion and a host

l Tallahassee'! and Jacksonville. The other unpleasant When you spend your money out of THE *
ndlts entered the express comI'fny Why don t you try Dr.
office and asked the agent Effervescent Nervine Do YOUR SHARE in BOOSTING YOUR OWNHOME
about Just in halt glass the harvest others.
express rates on a crate of one a you are leaving to
water makes a pleasant, .
[Dickens. When the turned II''
ris agent ling drink delightfully COUNTY. : ;,
back
to refer to his rate book to over-taxed nerves.

he> men overpowered him bound Dr. Miles' Nervine is You are planting the seeds prosperity in astranger's y
|sad( gagged him and carried him made In two form Liquid Plant dollars s ?
|'"0 the rear of the office. Effervescent Tablet. Both your on this soil so that Community -

the same soothing effect. garden! '
Palatka $1.00 at :your drug store "
old today- County authorities Prosperity may sprout from them. t
they had frustrated
CI=? Mil I i ITS

Ability of a Jail delivery with You are not being fair to your own COUNTY! ., r

aiding of eight hacksaws hidden Sow YOUR DOLLARS at home---YOU and-
1 over a cell door after being t

la.i ed off by a prisoner\ As a re-
brother 1' \V I Ud0rd 1 DrK| ; 9r. 14 year old rAttLETS Keep Your Seeds of Prosperity Home. YOUR COMMUNITY will reap the harvest. fi fiS

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r NEWS INSTITUTIONSFOR tc(
FARM Tampa; St Main ,, r 1\\

i A Jacksonville; Day <\u<:' v.,, 'u:

--i Dr. L. D. IJeGenr, V. S, Ase. CHILDREN an'a Relief A Hociutt. '" on.

/ ___ Lear,Mo.--- Methodist Home to , Jlt

By "- Dr. l.C ar la a graduate of Ontario. Feeding S..dllie. Benson Springs: : Fin' ,, (eI e ll!. "/

I Veterinary College,1892.Thirty-eight years to/ t home. for plrls at rum.,, : "*f

r MISS PEARL JORDAN, Home Demonstration Agent I veterinary vrork. Eminent authority on diseases Nationally and Next to breeding, the feeding of can Children's Horn. ", ,
II 'ttt :
: I raising of dairy cows, other JlT iitock, and poultry. probably has more to do )Dependent" Cured for In )[om"81'rovltJ..d 1
Daniel Memorial
HP poultry .
known Ifrtiirrr. writer and author. home ,lack.
i 1 II I with success or failure than any for HelplessFlorida sonville; Hope Hav,., ?
'
Leaf-Hopper And I Article VI should not put on too much fat other single cause. The!! beglnuei vllle; Baptist Home "'arkto.? ,J .
I ) TO IIOU8iVIVE8Weekly : I II Institutions licensed ldru
HINTS importance has 22
have the
along her back, and she must seldom realizes at Jacksonville; Boy! nm,,
,
Leaf-Roller Likely HOW TO rilOOMK: A wide, prominent hips She must at an exact and scientific feed program to receive and care for dependent sociatlon at JackHonviii) *

{ } fix front Homo Pennon I l>>l'ITAlU-i DAIKV ('(>1.1 I have good blood circulation for I The successful professional children and there are Baptist Children's llunu 'orilla,'

tf I I atratlon. Agrnt nutrients from thedigestive always appreciatesit. approximately 1,700 children car- Ar
d Attack Bean Crop I carrying food poultryman cadta; Florida East foam
t Dairying is the largest revenue I \ system to the udder,,, While perhaps anyone of a ed for in these homes according anage (negro) at Dajtono' Ortk.

d"' J l'Wuulwlc'h4'H for Lunck producing\ department of the livestock where these nutrients are converted number of scientific feeding schedule to a report of the state board of San Jose Boarding Home Btack, ',

l l ll Gainesville. Fla.-Farmers who Industry of the United Into milk and butterfat. A per 100 laying leghorn pullets public welfare. dren at Jacksonville Jo <(:i hL, :

r i ih are growing a crop of beans this For convenience, sandwlchei: States. The products made from good circulation Is Indicated by la recommended by the State College This state board was created by .

; fall are likely to have trouble with are almost necessary In the puck milk of our dairy cows which include prominent veins on the udder and of Washington and IB one thatIs an act of the 1927 legislature and -

.* Iffthe two very common Insectsthebean ed lunch. Bread should be 24 butter, cheese Ice cream,, large crooked and elastic milk widely used In the Pacific has for Its chief work the supervision NOT A FRIEND TO T.\t.h To

nk / leaf-hopper, or Jassld and I hours of age and should be spread condensed milk powdered milk,, veins. North west7 .- of all agencies devoted to -

; the bean leafroller.The with softened (not melted) but.ter on'' etc., amount to more than 4 billion A good dairy cow must have a. m.-Feed 2 1-2 quarts the Interest of .the state's neglected "Isn't business rotten( ni alt|

r fetl' : leaf-hopper Is a pale green Dressing should be put or dollars annually, which Is our ,I ability, which gives her the powerof scratch grain, and 6 quarts of children to Mr A, "No. It's nnt epli(
lettuce
heki active insect, about 1.8 Inch long, the bread not Inside the greatest Industry. manufacturing milk and butter- sour skim milk or buttermilk, or Ilcfilim/ Infections A.

1, r | which, suck juices from the ; other material. Raw fillings There are approximately 22 fat efficiently This Is Indicatedby In place of this milk ration, at The board began Its Inspectionsof "Isn't business rotten' Ted ask
+dlaa to turn yellow should be shredded, grated or of dairy cows, Including in June Mr. B. "No Imslncs,
? leaves, causing them millions an udder of good quality tex- 11:30: a, m. feed 3-4 quarts condensed state children's homes ( "dn '

:4rr tall and die. Those Insects, according ground in a chopper Sandwiched oiled heifers two years old or over, on ture that is long and broad between buttermilk. of 1928 and has carried on that replied Mr. B. Then h. met. "' pad

;:) tl : to A. N. Tlssot assistant should be well wrapped in The farms In the United States. Of thin, well-arched thighs. Noon-feed what they will work. In a report its findings E.; asked each OIK Whether,

t entomologist at 'the' Florida Ex- : paper to prevent drying. the I this number, about one-third of The udder also should hang high clean up In an hour, of alfalfa during that period the board reported business wasn't rotten and fail

1 piAlment Station, can be practically child should be taught to eat these cows are loafers or boarders behind, and should be carried leaves and blossoms, green cut alfalfa that only seven per cent of one told him it was fin. lla\lng
the Held by preparing sandwich slowly. Bread requires and kept on our farms at a the whole ,
kept out of are well forward. kale, lettuce green sprouted the children now dependent on spent morning trying

u and maintaining a fallow striparound thorough chewing loos. About one-third break even, I recommend bull circles or oats, cabbage, fresh or cured homes and agencies for supportare find someone to cry \\It h lint he|

D It. Plowing or disking, l-'llliiiK* that Is, they make no money;; and I or yellow carrots. orphans-the others being the finally called it a day wen. nom,
.rIt fresh bull associations as the cheapest lawn clippings
ntiw: k' followed by cultivation to keep Grated cheese or egg one-third are good profit produc- milk utensils children of divorce of unmarried and spent the afternoon n the,
build Noon-remove
to
tbt1 tAt down weeds, Will serve the pur cottage or cream cheese In various ers. If only one-third of the cows way and a good way up with fresh, cold water parents, of separated parents and cellar washing bottles -Rna
of In and replace
peanut the quality dairy cows any
or
be butter
pose. The beans should also combinations. on our farms are making money to of parents who deserted them. Spinal Colyums.
In order toh' butter (homemade) make. good essential to community. The very best bulls .
It Is
cultivated frequently the owners very homes licensed to care for
% The
feed 4 quarts
,.t cabbage available should be used for breeding 3:30: p. m.-
keep them free of weeds and grass, fillings. Shredded lettuce know how to select a good dairy scratch grain these children are: The Children's West Palm Beach Work 01

he said. endive, or other tender cow. feed 5 quarts (dry Hones Socltey of Florida at Jacksonville double roadway of North: Pala
f 5:30 m.
not be killed leaves, pimento. grated carrots best and breed them I most heartily endorse the : p.
the
The leaf-hopper can 'Buy milk moistened laying ; Church Home for Chil- Beach avenue, progressed at far
with poisons due to its methodof beets, sliced pineapple, onions. better" is the slogan of.a leading work of cow-testing associations, weight) dren at Jacksonville; I. O. O. F. as J. S. Phipps estate

feeding, and contact sprays bananas figs tomatoes, raisins Jersey breeder This slogan In for in these cow-testing associations nash. the heavier breeds the same Home for Aged and Orphans at Work started on 30-mile stretch
For
used. Nicotine sulphate prunes or dates serve t h e purpuse estimation la the best one that complete records of the milk road between
of Compass
IA HI ,i iteaUnai must be my ichedule Is good except that 1 Gainesville: Pine Heathe Prevent- uk
is one of the oldest and most widely well. Pecans peanuts, coconut have ever seen or heard. Those produced and the feed consumedare of scratch grain should be orlum at Tampa; Masonic Home and Bayou George, to cost about

used. This may be used alone, (fresh), or other fruits and nuts seven words mean more to the up- kept thus enabling the farmer added mart, to the 3:30: feed. It is advisable of Florida at St. Petersburg; $300,000.

with a spreader or with bordeaux. may be used. building of our dairy herds than to market his unprofitable cows when the birds start to American J.eglon Home for Crippled -,' Tommy: Pa why was Adau

ap The nicotine will not kill the eggs If vegetables have.been used In any words that 1 have ever seen at the end of the cow-testing. association all' off, in production: to Increase children at St. Petersburg; created first?

and must be replaced at about) the sandwiches, fresh or creamed grouped together Cheap cattle year.Destroying. buttermilk fed to -
weekly intervals. The bordeaux fruit' may be added to the lunch. are seldom a bargain. Deepbodiedcows the amount of

r' simply acts as a repelant, keeping \ small amount of jelly. jam, with good type- and plentyof help keep them in better condition
? molt.
r leaf-hoppers oft the plants. marmalade, or fruit butter maybe capacity are the most profitable Cotton during the summer and fall Q

: rt ( As many a rule dusts have not proven as used, but fruit In its natural to the owners. Cattle of this quality I Don't forget that exactitude is In We can charge your H
meeting feeding schedules extremely 8
Fruit YES Y
effective as liquid sprays he add-' state Is best for the child. may cost more, but the profits Stalks Early Kills Mose folks
Important.
ed. Juices, fresh or canned are appetizing from the sale of milk and surplus STORAGE BATTERY In I
nutritious. think It doesn't make> BO very
The adult leaf roller Is bluishin : ait weill as stock are much greater It pay'sto Many' BollVeevils
Dr'fi' color. It lays eggs on the Under Fresh orange;lemon, lime, grape, "Buy the best and breed them i much difference I would try to
blueberry juices, as make my schedules to the very
they
side of the leaves, and blackberry or better"
Florida fruit Juices, Gainesville, Fla.--The most effective minute. lllrds have an uncanny
hatch into a young caterpillar well as other What Is a dairy cow worth? ThisIs Starlit'
have on hand a blow that farmers!! can give way of spotting the exact time the
to
bean
the it possible
slits In make Smith's
which cuts two a question that 1 am often ask- Garage :
leaf rolls back the flap bel ween supply of fresh juices many ed, and there Is but one answer, the boll weevil Is to destroy cote feed Is due, and If they are dis- F la.
ton stalks soon as possible, P.; appointed their digestive systemsare
with strands of months of the year. as
and ties It dawn and that Is that she la valuable In
W. Calhoun assistant in cotton upset and of course their production -
Milk ,
chewing .
rii Ilk. The caterpillar Is a proportion to her production In
with arsenate U best where possible to pro investigations at the Florida Experiment and health will suffer --
;. insert and can be killed It the milk pall. One cow may not -
have milk Station, recently stated Another don't. Don't tinker witha
and
50 gallons of vide an Ice box
+ of lead. To be worth her keep and another
I leaf-hopper handled at the school. A thermollbottle. over WHUF. Complete destruc- bird's feeding. As long as a TELEGRAPH\\
bean
the spray for the may be worth $500 or more. There
I bum* i add 3-4 pound of arsenate of lead, although expensive, Is are two ways'of deciding a cow's 'Jlou of all stalks several weeks be- schedule Is working out satisfactorily the

Sieved,* r with arsenate worth the price If milk Is not supplied the advent .of cool weather don't change it unless you
'i or dust the plants value. One la; to buy her and see twill
Mil I | mixed with 8 to in the lunch room. A pint starve many.of the weevils, are positive the change Is going
f-, of lead, 1 pound If she pays her way and Intereston '
lime. Deans of bottled milk should be carried will cause many others to go Into tojje permanent and for some real I
ry''i to $' 10 pounds of hydrated the Investment, and the other
winter quarters partly starved and good reason. A bird Is much more
.. dusted _
should not be sprayed or every day. Is to see her record as made In
unable survive, and will In- sensitive to change in diet than
to a
,,|, C nov with arsenate of lead later than Dessert cow-testing' association or1.an of-
lfi' baked) plainor the time that the surviving a human being. And also remem-
crease
custard (
Uf 4 IIYIV :i,, a week or 10 days before picking Milk cup ficial test by the breed association.A ITREMENDOUS1
r rova' It' unless they can be thoroughly fruit rookies, ginger bread, oat- cow-testing association record Is'' weevils have to go without. ample ber the good old rules of sanitation
l citrus food he said.Experiments. in feeding if you would avoid
crystallized '
to cookies
j. washed as It Is also poisonous meal more likely to be found' and maybe I
it raid man. fruit, fruit paste fruit nut loaf or considered reliable.; with thousands of diseases and parasites.,
,1 In are weevils In cold storage here have -- -
t season
fresh Florida fruits -
to ow -t The cow Is the hardest. worked

' MINK t'AItS 3KKHKVHHHiri'IOO: tine for desserts.. animal on the farm. She must shown that about half the weevilsdie TI-ANT LILIES NOW qr AE &. Bt Jfe
0 when placed in hibernation,
; ( '; TO I"LOIUU.I have a strong constitution to pro- FOR EASTER: ILOOM! :
* ,1 HT.XTl'.W: TO UK inl... TO HIM<:M> and the others die slowly. for a PAy
: FROM imoUTH duce largely, persistently and -
1IOIt.lOII<:U Ml'HT considerable period after which
profitably. Constitution la Indicated Gainesville Fla.-Easter lily v9ON
'' 1'I.K.IOIUJ! MO\IY: the death rate Increases very'rap- T m
) sap 41! Gainesville, Fla.-Nine cars of by large, open well distended idly. Earjy'stalk destruction bulbs planted In late September

c .adan ;; registered and high grade Jersey nostrils by well-sprung fore ribs, should be vln bloom for the Easter
l +i Spuds Johnson.) throws them without food long
tut ofl'
(Dy
cattle will be shipped to Florida college l- and deep heart girth, signifyingroom season according to Harold Mow-
who's been going to enough that they reach the second THEIR
My boy
avy, from drouth sections of Tennessee for large heart and lungs ry associate 'horticulturist with
sItor home the other day-to period of high death rate he said.
( was
't and Kentucky according to Ham- Also by largeness of windpipe and the Florida Experiment Station.
while before he went In rich laud,
short swampy areas or
on.ind lln Li. Brown extension dairyman, spend a breadth of chest. They do best on a sandy loam '
.
r+ back for another college session.He rainy seasons when there is considerable (S ufir ,, w
+
r toe y who has just visited those sections andnaturally A cow never produces a poundof soil: and should be planted 3 to
la studying agriculture winter growth early
< ,{,I and helped to select the cattle. He milk from anything other than ; 4 Inches deep. He recommended
b had a lot of suggestions stalk destruction is even more Im-
+ ore [ spent several weeks looking over feed and water. Other things be two applications of a general bulb
;fy, which be thought were good, to portant. In most cases the stalks MAGAZiNESYouCanHaveYourChoice
''t herds and was later. joined by B. ing equal the more feed a cow fertilizer; possibly a 5-5-5 or a 5-
concerning the operationof be turned uhder with a heavy
'V 1 \\"t H. Lawton, Madison county agent. give me eats, the greater will be her yieldin may 7-5 analysis.
it the old farm. Now I know that. plow and( drag chain, and a winter
irdor members of the North Marlon milk. Therefore, It-is essentla Protection from cold may be
ltouf o' ,'f. County Dairy Association, and others In his enthusiasm some of the' that a cow have capacity which I Is cover crop planted at the same necessary In the northern part of
( not so
'r'Yt suggestions he made were time, he conclude
to Indicated by a'large mouth, strong i the state he said. A frame cowered
'I but I am broad enough
: hl. The cattle were bought by farmers good jaws, and a large abdomen "de I with canvas will usually suffice -

:1 tl tl'i /{(, of Madison Duval, and Marlon realize of, at his the suggestions same time did, have that noting a good feeder". She must II I but In severe colds some

r} counties. some have a body that Is deep and long, source of heat unded the canvas

s ' ref f't{, sense In them. with well-sprung ribs far apart, I WIUJF FARM PROGRAM. ,I may be necessary. Of FIVEMACAZINES
Any
Impressed
that
And of the things The Voice of
one
(' as got Cocoa - Standard 011 Co., and a wedge-shaped conformation Florida"I .

viy ?rrti, erecting filling station at corner of me was this:about Whenever cutting I A good dairy cow must have L I State road No. 23 being improved c 25

Ii ; gy10aor + Magnolia street and DlAle ..hlght would start talking It what Is known as "dairy tempera between Bushnell and Dade
: rid
way. expenses, perhaps getting ment", which determines whether Gainesville Fla.--For the reg- city. I And This
NewspaperIt's
----' she is a worker or a loafer Thli ular noonday farm program be- -

Is indicated by a broad welldished ginning at 12 :15. eastern standard .

t And the Worst is Yet to Come-- face and a large bright, proms- time over WRUF, the Florida Ag- COFFINS & CASKETSAnd hat absolutely true No wings Qi12{

nent, staring eye. 'A dairy cow ricultural Extension Service has y attached f to thlf offer.Veil an dually

- -- I announced the following! talks a Full Line of uY kayo your choice ofioy. S of theca

fi along with music and other features Undertakers' Supplies Famous" "m.3 iln;. .. If you ACT NOW

t eat r rh :t the car. and. things like that he for the week beginning Sep- Th. cost If lust a frlflo of' their actual

i. ere. .:' j. would say, "Dad what you need tember 271Saturday AUTOMOBILE HEARSE t ...Iu.. A who!. ytr. r.*dnj! for '-%-

;) n u.dlobe to do Is to make more money from Sept. 27 Florida Always .a teed The 6e.taer.tre gus Father,Moths and the klddlat.Starlet
your farming. It's all right to cut Farm News and Hints. U. S. Farm at t.. toweat prfeea.Mvelal .
( and artlcl ... known !
e foi expenses in cultivation, planting, I Science .Ue..loa t. telegraph on ry topic:
Snapshots.
> lordq Id ...t.. ..,0Jh and other farm operations. Thlt Monday Sept. 29 County ..rd.reREOIPTEItED .... I) Look '.11I 0"'. Select your ,favorite
r ( Nor } ... EMBALMERDEWITT and Mall the Coupon Today Don'tVeiny
MJto will tend to give you a bigger Agents Will) Go to School for a

profit on your work: But when It Week-A. P. Spencer. If All Eggs C. JONES If you already get ton* of'that. 14omeineldn

1 IRpto l \'tzsKt: comes to cutting out expenses for Are In One Basket Vegetable TARKB. FLORIDA ...eeslne, *.' Renewal. will be properly

{ adtl.r ''i good reading matter, the car Growers Need Mighty Good Hold extended.MoneySavingCoupon. vroMASsaaala
." household appliances and thing!
the Handle Nettles.
( lieu t on --W. T.
,
I r }u r t O like that. It just won't do. Tuesday Sept. Fumigating

J "As young aa I am, I can remember Corn for Weevils-J. R., Watson. I

when we didn't need suet Harvesting the Pecan Crop-G. D.
Uoh a great amount of cash In ft year- Blackmon. r

4ao a to buy fertilizer pay foi
enough Wednesday Oct. 1-Farm Hints l

some new. plow stocks, buy a sack for October J Francis Cooper.
ti. gO All Subscription/ Are for a Full Year
t ra of flour occasionally, and other Winter Flowers for Florida Gar- (JCxeept Pathfinder. wa/cA i* lot I 'os..)

It :t small Items. We lived largely oC dens-J. V. Watkins. Gea leaieai I week t. take ......t... .' coat.
tbit what rained on the farm Itl....... tae' *".
4' ? of we Thursday Oct. 2-Timely Hints Baraala UfTer. I aa aclmlni ,.
..... "
1+ dif atonal la p..e.t far a Ore Tear .nlpt
however conditions are .
.
Now "
Diseases
uTil About Florida Plant your paper adb.. K1VB' Haasla I
.(, ferent. When we went te churct Erdman West. rn narked with .. X below..

a the other night. If we had been or Friday. October 3-Results of you ligure

7 the road In a wagon we would Cooperative Small Grain Tests your SncomeJox Nsr.- -

i'i'r i'a have beea..completely out of place,, with Farmers-J. D. Warner. \ at.rR.F.D _

III even this far out in the country Special 4-H. club program beginning .... ,.. .... '--1. W-
...... ...
can't afford f. ..- f_ I. T.w.- _!state-
to town we
r When we go at ft p. m. ... ra r.re, ....aarrrb.yen i
4 1 I f' to take the time to go in a hr.r t.dgWy 1 O American Fltrjr.JearaalQ O B.......d Macula.
'
4 t We must have better .d.: If :: ......,' OaaeitoQ .
p wagon. r wrr..e-e u: k w. C...... nomeauklacO

clothes than formerly. We must CANNING THE SURPLUS -.. ,.. ......... rkrk.r.L. Capper.Farmer Nail Farm ..".-p.Journal
,. ivt4? buy more Improvements for the ... ,.. ....... ,
the Q r-: Borne N..I. _...*
1 A .' farm and also the home. It Just Inverness Fla. Among ....... -" ---- ..... ..... :: firm e. rusty fj
Ll'1dlr)1.lwwQTb.rv.learn
t 1pR r J naturally coats more. to live now products recently canned In Citrus ., ..-- t- -', Q ETerybodVa Pltry..... O Fatkaoder(
eh ;t .... .. /M.. $
than It did formerly"I county are ducks pork chickens, y n Feopl.'.Fop.tarM.atbJ

d1I can Bee where there's logic It I mullet peas, pear, guavaa.grapes D Frail a OardeaaQ Q Sport maa'e Pic.**

I what he said. However the next: and other products. Mrs. HAROLD Cl WALL Geallowoaaaa Ha*. D..........)......1rP J..*.alD

r rb thing Is to figure out how to make, Elizabeth W. Moore, home demonstration INSURANCE O Good It.... $.*aa*fal ........

\..... more money. We're both figuring: agent stated. Several Home Circle rjWamaa'vWerUI
P
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that now. If we think of and r thousand cans have been put up by
r on FLORIDA
'v7 l= .\\1.--wra."I r.- s ,- I bright Ideas we'll tell you. farm women she said. STARKE.

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.... -- of poor quality; Is demoralizing;; tha 125 feet in dimension, to be used Y M. C. A, Camp. They report aI children attended church at Kings-

I market In Chicago according to D. as a factory for canning grape HAMPTON, I pleasant outing. ley Lake Sunday.Mr. .

News of Florida in Short Paragraphs l\f. Courtney packer and shipper. fruit hearts and juices, with an Mix* A flu Mmmo. C I.Mr. J Mills Clyde Mosley and mother, and Mrs. R. S. Rosier and
I. HA quoted advices to that effect annual capacity of 75,000 boxes of of Lake Duller, were business visitors children and Mlsa Rure'ha Raines

" from dealers in the Illinois (city fruit. It Is expected that operation and here last Saturday. i were visiting Mr. and. Mrs. Marlon
J. T Quigley
The size and quality is now low will commence not later than November ' and Mrs. Charles Weeks of Jacksonville! Carter Saturday evening.

In early fruit received there and 15 with employment avail M.-, and Mrs. F. A, Scott, all of who has been visiting his slater, Those attending church at UnIon

[ LIVE STATE NEWS ] such shipments should be stopped able to 100 persona, nice Brothers 1, Starke weia the guests of Mr. and J.K-K.. 1 Klsle Sl'arkman, has return- Sunday from Evergreen were:
Immediately or late fruit will suffer In other I II i ed to his home in Jacksonville.
operate canning plants Mr... L. J. Wynn this week Mr. and Mrs.\ Kersey and family;
the consequences, Courtney Florida communities, making a : Mrs. Zacarlah Drown who has : The many friends of Mrs, J. C. Mr. and Mr,. R. S. Rosier and

quoted Northern merchants as I specialty of processing vegetables been the !guest of her nan, Mr. Keene' who has been six weeks in children, B. E. Rosier, Mrs. J, S.
1I. saying He urged shipments at fruits and seafoods. The new canning Brown of Chicago, returned to her a hospital In Jacksonville, has Rosier, Ruaaell, Horace and Charlie -
I TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES nothing smaller than size 80 plant will obtain trult from I home here this week. many friends here, who are glad Redding and Mr and Mrs. Cohen

.; grapefruit until market conditions all sections of Lake county Rev. Dtxon. of Jacksonville( i to know that her condition Is better ! Peele.
-- - -- havn! Improved.Wauchula and( that she was able to return
: e-n; ; :ag,1: preached at the Christian church Mrs, Charlie Carter and children
Agent B. E3. breaking and to her home.
ladIKonCounty Ocala--Two cars ot hogs moved last Sunday morning and evening.Mrs. were visiting Mrs. J. S. Rosier
.ton expects to leave this week was held for an alleged, attempt to Planting of early today from the Martin & Taylor J. S. Toney of Lake City, l Wednesday of last week.Mr. .

r Tennessee to purchase a num- aid the escape ot prisoners. Sheriff fall veg table crops in Hardee stock yards and to their own order la visiting her daughter, Mrs.. a. \ and Mrs, Ury Reddish and
[r ot jersey calves for farmers P. M. Hagan said eight prisoners county is advancing rapidly and for diversion The weight \V, Saxton.Mrs. EVERGREEN children! of Wateroak spent Thursday

d jtock-ralsers of this section confessed implication In the the middle ot the month will see was approximately 22,000 pounds DeWltt of Jacksonville, of last week here with their

delivery attempt. all seed in the ground. Shipping The price for tops was nine cents visited her aunt, Mrsi\ Spnrkman Blra. V. A. lIo.lr., Cor.Miss d ughter. Mrs, Cohen! Peele.
...pri Lauderdale--Out of thele will start early In October from per pound. Mr. Martin authorizes this week. \ .

pilzes awarded to Florida Fort Pierce Members of the Zolfo Springs, Bowling Green and the statement that the market will M. L. Watterson and fumllr.\ Kuretlia Raines, who ls

hoolhlldren| in a contest spon- board of directors of the India n Wauchula, the three main ship be open each Tuesday hereafter spent Sunday at Green Cove leaching school at Pine Grove, In

I d by the highway educationalLrd River S b-Bxchange, at a mee1 ping points In this county. Acre-1 unless notified to the contrary Springs.Mrs. Union county, spent the week-end KILL THEM TODAYStearns'

our of them were won by ing held at Cocoa, appointed a ago is about the same as liyst through the press. Hogs may be M. 13, Manulre has returned here with her .cousin, Mrs. Schel-

In' !uauderdale students.I committee to prpceed with arangements year's and prospects at present are I brought\ for shipment as late as to her home here after a visit lie Hosier.Mr. .

-- for the Installation oa' good for excellent crops ot fine 1 o'clock on each weekly shipping with her daughter, Mrs. Mae Dran- \ and Mrs. 1 Klbert Gnann and

I ,eH8acola- -Expansion plans for grapefruit canning plant at, Ft, quality. As usual cucumbers, ilHte. Local producers and busl- nen of.Ja'ksonv'Ue.' ('hlldrolllnd\ Mr. Knight of Oka- i

L", .j-nnaoola naval air station Pierce, contingent on construction peppers, and strawberries are the IIIKS men aver the stock yards es Mrs. I'aul Mast has purchased hiunpka, were visiting Mr. and
III each great lengths!; accord- ot the proposed terminal plant of main crops but large'qllantltles of lIblllllwror the first time by the Kver-Keady Cafe near the unIon Mrs. J. !K. Hosier: Tuesday night of
naval officials who haven the Foil Pierce Growers Assoclatlon beansand eggplant are also being Messrs. Sum Martin and Jim Taylor depot, that has been under the last. weak Electric Paste

K'ven' an opportunity of according to Homer Needlei produced. Strawberry planting la last fall and, reopened again management of Mr. and Mm. J. U.Lamoreaux. Mr.. and Mrs Bryant Redding IS GUARANTEED' TO KILL

inning. some of the 'governmental who was made chairman ot the rather slow due to the scarcity of this fall is one ot the best things I' Mrs Mast has assumed and baby, of the State Farm, were Cockroaches, Wterbug., Rats,

IenionsI, ) committee, along with K. G. Clark plants. 1 that haa taken' place In Mai'ion charge of the cafe and everything visiting his mother, Mrs. II. F. :a'::c. and Land Crab.
---"-- of Indian River City and George county agriculture for a long time. IH moving on nicely. Redding Friday afternoon.II. .
!. Minion' .. po..pl. h.v. u..d It during I
I Kor' Pierce--The first carload I. Fullerton of New Smyrna, Eustls Contract has been The girls of the Hampton 4-II K., U, S. and J. Q Rosier t*>* .>..> 5 >I...t... r
ziapefrult, to be shipped from l awarded by Hive Brothers of Apalachlcola artow Uartow American Club with their Instructor, Mist were visitors to Starke Saturday Bold Cv.ry vh.rI .

lake county this season mov- Daytona Beach...."-The body ot a for the construction of Business College moved to ICrnada. Pearl Jordan, spent the week-end afternoon. ounri> bA4i,-IS mini.<.. tl,20

forward last night, shipped by I man about 30 years' old was foun! a two-story frame building, GOx- : Theatre building. at Sand Pond at the White Branch Mi, and Mrs. J, K. Rosier and MONEY MACK IF IT FAILS '
L American K:lult Growers, Inc. .. . . _. .-- . .. i!
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on the beach early today by a woman
Inother car may be forwarded
clothed
motorist. Partially
f
tiring the week, with somewhat the body lay In a few Inches of
until the sean -
Regular shipments I water with the face burled In the

|. gets well under way. Band, presumably by wave action .. ;

The face was battered and police ? .
an enrollment .
Lakeland-Wlth .
began In Investigation to determine
of 6 per cent over the .,''f .'
.crease it the multllatlon was the result I.r... ft*
session, Southern College I
'.29-30
action of the
of violenpe of ..
igan, its forty-fourth year this ,
waves. Officers said the bodY \ ."
with simple exercises
turning might have been that of Carl C,, ... ',.. '
civic
lirlklpated\ ln by Lakelands
McFadden, a bridegroom ot Blx
ml,,; church leaders and prominent months "

Lions from other Florida com- .',

unIties. Clerraont-Lake county In to .' ,
t 1'
.H.
get its second plant forthe can :..'
at the
FI'oslproor-Installatlon of Florida Fruit Can- nlng of grapefruit and oranges and ./ ',:, ,:. ,
xal plant juices. The first one to be operated ."
,,.re, Inc., of machinery to can successfully Is located at
Juice without! pre- .. ,
josh orange .
Howey In connection with the extensive ; .
of ,
frvatlves and announcement
citrus operations of the WJ. ,
fans, for the construction of ad- '
Howey Company, and the sec : .
,tlollal plants in various points "t
ond Is being constructed at Euatls
L to operate exclusively ,
I the state
whero business concerns have fur t
Juice were made pub- ,
Mil orange
nlshed a site and building on advantageous .
by officials ot the company hers -
terms to Hlc'e Broth .
.
da
) ers, operators of a chain of can '
n'ng: plants in the state with head -\" :
J Jacksonville--Advices to the
quarters at Apalachlcola.
Bute Marketing Bureau indicate, 1-/A ',.1 .
was announced yesterday by >, '
Winter Haven"""': An exceptionally ;
'.Rhodes\ assistant state com-
.
early tourist seasori for Winter .
ktaloner\ of marketing and dlrec- ".' .
.
Haven is forecast by the unusual ,
bureau that there will > ,
.
jnrotthe ,
demand for homes and apartment '>,
| considerable increase in .
ij a that has been reported the las """ ', ,: "
e411', cabbage celery, cucumber week by rental agencies ot the ,,." '1
.gplant and fall pepper acreagesjtlth 1" '" .'
city. Statements issued the las ' .. ""i. :
planting also Indilited "1/fJ.:/ :
greater
few days by these agencies reveal I , 'j
for okra fall I ,
green peas of /<'
that a far greater percentage '
iiotatoes, squash, tomatoes and I I.'
houses and apartments are occupied -
|ira berries.
at this time than at a similar

period for the last several years- ,.' 'i. : \
Daytona Beach-The third aninal ...
a condition that augurs well for
"Pilgrimage of Love" to the .,',
the winter
coming
season.
Jiinabled veterans In the government ,

hospital at Lake City, willIe "Palmetto Small sized citrus ,, '.
J> made by the local post of the "
'
,
iMiierfcan Legion on Sunday, Ocliber ,

5. The public will be asked .I ,-
'
HEADACHERELIEVED .
"
I') contribute kits containing comfjrts "
prized by the disabled vetJrana. .' \.J':1: ,
"
for the pilgrimage and . QUICKLY i :;:' :

members of the Legion will at- .I Tais! fmlT. V.cuU* WI .. '
mpt to take with them a packbe I I quickly corrects UM .,.

tor each of the 300 Inmates of digestive disturb- : ..
j'le' hospital. J ances.remove*thin> , :' I
teaUnal poisons, and side hendach

there has :quickly disappears..Your whole system ".
Qtilnoy-In time past "
enjoys a tonic effect constipation .
een considerable discussion rela- I IIve vanishes,and you feel a renewed
i to the feasibility of producing vigor. Avoid bromides and dope, '; ,
lummer! and fall vegetables In they are depressing and harmful. -;' \
porth and west Florida A recent All Druggists 25c and 76e zed pkgs.CARTER'S f '

Ik t ure of string beans being tor- I '.

Carded'from Quincy to markets In ESBPHXSITP rJ, ,

I'ther' states. "The bean crop la not

&> good as It might have been but '.
local farmers are earning a splenH OVER WORkE.D J. '.>

| <1 Income this way," according NERVES

|o C W. Williams, manager of the
f:adaden county chamber of'comnerce -

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Jasper-The.detour on the Dix-
!e Highway between this city and .

aldoata Oa., has been Improved 'As Sow So Shall Reap

,X recent grading and- leveling and ye ye
be road Is now ln good shape ac-

ordlng to reports received here, Ivj ." i
"he road is an' important travel"Ttery I

; for Florida-bound motor ;" ) 4 '! -' "

''all ouri)', ''s headed and hundreds south pass In one over day it ".'of.ff.: ,'.iV.W '?'f!> 'f-'ll"f.' ):-Y, i iI}/';{''J">> Sow the, seeds of Community Cooperation Patronize YOUR COUNTY MERCHANTS.

"Y.
vently 1400 cars were counted "',;,. -d;>" / ': ,

Bailed south on this one road and > :.1'1'd. 'i.1'''< Reap the harvest of Community Growth They support all home community pr jects. They
be movement Is said to be tn- ,, '''' #;; 'h@if.i; ,5A .

reaslng steadily. I contribute local
to
community growth.
TO your ears In work- -
Mulanna.-Two armed bandits ever* nerve at high tension. Sprinkle YOUR DOLLARS where they will do
oday bound and gagged an ex- No wonder you snap at the wife
and bark at the children. CATCH the
IIreNIi and YOUR COUNTY the most good COMMUNITY PROSPERITY

nerves may lead to Sleepless*
hlng' a sate of in cash. The .
J6.000 ness, Nervous Headache, Nervous SPIRIT!
2'Jandlta headed eastward toward Indigestion and a host of ...
llahassee and Jacksonville. The other unpleasant disturbances. When you spend your money out of THE *
handlts Why don't!; try Dr. Miles'
entered the express company you
Tablets Do YOUR SHARE in BOOSTING'YOURO\VN
Nervine
office and asked the agent Effervescent
about express rates on a crate of Just one in a half glass ot BOUNTY, you are leaving the harvest to others.
water makes a pleasant, sparkling
Wckens. HOME J'
When the agent turned drink delightfully soothJngto COUNTY.
Ms, back: to refer to his rate book, over-taxed nerves.Dr. .
."e men overpowered him bound lilies' Nervine is now You are planting' the see4s prosperity in a "

nct 1 Ragged him and carried him made In two forms Liquid and Plant dollars this soil
19 your on so that Community
the rear of the office. Effervescent Tablet. Both have
the same soothing effect. ;stranger's garden '
P $1.00 at your drug store #
latka _
.ald County authorities Prosperity may sprout from them. t
today they had frustrated O MI' > eS'0tn :
"Ability of a Jail delivery with You are not being fair to your own COUNTY!

bllllndln.c of eight hacksaws hldIt' : Sow YOUR DOLLARS at home---YOU and
over a cell door, after being

,:>. Wlldord off by a Drlgger.prisoner.14 year As a old re- TAMLE T Keep. Your Seeds of Prosperity Home. YOUR COMMUNITY will reap the harvest.

"other of Gem Drlgger, In Jail on -
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I'J,: \ BRADFORD (,()U TY TELEGRAPH. MTARKE'FLOitIDA' }'nm.\Y. MEPTEMRF7t:

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fQ f ", NEW: LICENSE: : LAWl'ROTEI'TM sure of his'! faitand: be poltlvI o, "w"-.: 'oY""S''Y i'Rnnr( ES; lower than In Pennsylvania, by Quincy -- State Board of Con- [ Winter Park EXI.. ..

I, : ,hflI \ ; Ul'\U1: I eforo he acts .MILK ('III.tl'ER. : Til.IN HAIRY'X raining Its.owp foodstuffs He was trol purchased G17 acres of land Ing program under \-.4.I

cI'i V..ii j i 1 '1 AM> Till! "MIIPI'KR In the smaller markets, very often .. ","I"\mp, l ,PE.NNHYl.l'ANL\:; } csrtaln.that cloveij jranj; b v )raised and plan to expand experimentalwork i city.
I I 1ftci here, with-two crops a year coming = ; In tobacco and general. farm- I Hialeah -:. Wolf ,
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" (m.; (Continued from page 1.) a car will be caught in a pocket Soul hi".... EYrrutlti: Relieves from the same land each crop ing at branch of Florida Experiment -I terprlaes, Inc., will >""I',,

y I" ;+ , ; )'';' and heretofore the shipper ha a 1"lullell. WIll i.H"pt: lually "' ''Is.Iflk"o |> producing an average of six tonsto Station located here I Theatre on N. E. 4m) I ,
,j: broker or receiver. For example, stood for a reduction In price ) U..oo. the acre. Eleven toes an acre is "Twin City News," is new pa- vember 1st. ',.

imimn rn'n MHKTS: : : and to Illustrate, a shipper sol la winking at what he knew wu "_. being produced at Gainesville, he per published at QuIncy and River I. Winter Garden '

.', a car of Maine potatoes to a Jobber crookedness! on the part of the (Ocala Star.) said.Duval Junction. ange County Chanib.'It''I. '
Senator and Mrs. E, M John and Marlon counties will St Augustine, U. S. Govern ,111.
r In New York representingthem buyer He probably found himself 1 merce moved to
new
attractingMatewide
Marlon: countIs
entertained members of the) produce enough milk: for the com ment completed work on local air [
to be U. S. No. 1. The stock k up against it, with no one elsn e and national attention county courthouse. '
$ bridge club Thursday evening nt pany's use for the next three years, '
y Ig { their home oh Walnut street was so graded at point of shipment that: market'to take the care oft. for Its advanced position in tile according' to Mr. Brink.VANDERIIILT. port.Apopka Consumers Lumber KIsHimmee Plan
_ 4 his hands, and he therefore, accepted . In
farmers for
( Radiance roses and other prettj and the purchase was made f. o. b. a reduced price that was offered dairy Industry dairy Co., will resume operations shortly development of alii; I'

Harden Towers were attractively The car was refused at destination Hereafter, If he knows that this county having produced milk' with full crew of workman. place.
arranged In the large living room, on account of quality. Tuo market he's In the right, he will not have' cheaper than In Pennsylvania, according -. New Smyrna Contract let to Bartow Newly ,h,, 'uun
) _ where four tables were arranged was also off. The shipper to George M. Drink: executive Alex W. }tlermanseji of Daytona nle Collins and Comp.
to eland for that kind of deal he '
;
; RI i iI for play.High stood on the government Inspection will report It Washington, and supervisor of I the Southland Mitt" Ida Mss Conser* Cor. Beach for $16,826, for' building sale grocery firm, form"), "J
Dairy Products Company. Inc., for business
scores' for the evening were and was told If the car was the government'may'' send a New Smyrna Yacht Club structure.
11t l I made by Mrs. W. Wainwright, not accepted he would report what even In an airplane representative which has recently taken over the 'Misses\ Mildred Alvarez and Miami Beach Crane Co., to JacksonvilleDredgn() ,-fa-1

try t Jrtk and Mr. II. C. Wall. Each were he termed an outrage to Washing If so, such buyer may have to take Southland Creamery In Ocala. In Louise Sapp were dinner guests of have'' $25,900 office building at tlons started on steams ''I',' ail
; ? ?n or presented a gift. A guest prize ton. The receiver replied that the his car or run the risk of losing an address yesterday before the bliss Lillian Kelly Sunday. 130 Lincoln Road. Southern Railway Syaten "tat|
4 GP s{ O was g lveut. Mrs C, C. Hoppe.The shipper' '! need not bother about his license Undersuch' / circumstances Jacksonville[ Real Estate Board Ales Rachel SHcox] spent the Bids received by Stale Highway nals at foot of Catliertm to I
_ r 1tC l r, hostess nerved the guestsa that, as he had already reportedto thereafter he would not Mr Brink stated that Marlon and week-end with Miss Cara Belle Department l for surfacing highway offer deeper berth foi'' 'rasa I

__ 1 '4J tttil tempting salad course.! make a very thorough investigation be so prone to refuse cars, if he Duval counties will produce Norman, No. 68, running west from' Hamp- boats of Southern Bans, p.
milk for
l the Enjoying this delightful party since the potatoes In the had no grounds for it. Thus, the enough the company's use Mlsa Edith Conner attended the ton to connect Brooker road. ration.
feel Were: Mr. and Mrs It. C. Wall, Mr car were largely trash, hidden by Influence at the new law Is very for the next three years. 4-H club girls camp at Sand Lake Jacksonville $6,760 contractlet Father: To give him aro

__ hea f and Mrs O. L. lIeasle). Mr. and No. 1 stock to deceive the government apt to have a very purifying Influence The .Southland, which has recently -I this week-end. to Baker-Holmes Company for to say something:?

"''dis Mrs W !M. Wainwright, Judge Inspector at point of origin. under such circumstances, opened a large creamery I Misses Muriel S'Icox of Starke. widening State Road No. 3 from

t s tabll) and Mrs. A. Z. Adklim Mr. and The buyer told the shipper that It Is granted that unwholesome, plant) In Jacksonville has extensive I Edna and Thelma Lewis were din- herd north toward municipal airport -

Mrs J. (+. Robinson, Mr. and Mrs.C. he was going to see to It that a dishonest practices connected with plans for enlarging Its opera ner guests of Misses Mattle and 666llrllvvm

A Knight, Mrs. J. E. Corpen- perfectly good car wan deliveredon the fruit and produce Industry are dons In the state and Marlon coun- Ellen Norman Sunday.Mr. Fort Myers -'- Thomas A. Edison

t r i'' n' f ft4 init Mrs. C. C. lloppe of Tampa, his order?,and that the shipper very much In the minority. There ty occupies 'a- 1 large place in the Frank Norman spent Satur- bridge across Caloosahatchee: a Ilradnt-he' or \."''U'K'O", ' j k
and Mr. R. F1. Demorest.TIVK.TIHTII himself would have to takerare is only a fringe of such practices company's program. Some idea of day night with Mr. Carl Sapp of here' will be formally opened to SO mluuten, caecka'n Cold ''h I, n,..
iY atr6 i I of and dispose of the bad compared with the whole. The. the company's extensive operationscan Starke. public on October 14. day. and checks ainlnrln. Dirt*

: : rKNTl'RY: CLfll potatoes In the car already received trade Is strictly honest. The new be gained from the following Miss Pearl Johnson, who Is Zephyrhllla Miniature golf dnya. OOO also In Till.I.. "
: and that the shipper would law Is calculated-indeed. It Is report ot the address made by Mr. teaching school out at Vanderbilt links opened to public. I
that dew r ;. An enjoyable party was held have to stand for the loss. In a expected-to either eliminate the Brink before the real estate board spent the weekend at home with

ri/i theStesaii ,f p Friday evening/ the home of Mr. case like that It Is a certainty that swindlers, or else teach them to appointing! In Saturday's Times- her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R, M.
/ k.I and Mrs. N. Sternberg, on Walnut the' government would make a practice honesty. Union, which says: Johnson, at Graham. -

street, when they entertained very complete Investigation and George M Brink) executive supervisor Mi', and Mrs. C. A. Crosby and
.I.IA.r members of the Twentieth Cen- he final decision would be on the of the Southland Dairy children spent Sunday with Mr. FINE FOOD

tury Club. : side of right. If the quality was Products Company Inc, In an address and Mrs. F. M. Norman..
Roses, zinnias and other flow- I according to what the buyer claimed RISING yesterday before the Jacksonville Ml1 and Mrs. Henry Norman v

1 1dA"f Y, ers decorated the rooms where the It's a certainty that the seller Minn Iris, Mrllae, Cor. Real Estate Board declared spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
) % r guests spent a pleasant time at would have to take his medicine. he could see no reason why L. L. Conner. Cheap

in bridge. Jut you say It was a U.' S. No.1 Mr. John Wheeler of Crestvlew Florida cannot export 'milk as far Me srs. F. M. 'Norman, W. B.

Receiving prizes for the eve- I. car, so graded at shipping point, was visiting at H. M. McRae'u Sun* as Boston, and compete with pro Bloodsworth, Arthur Edwards and
ning were Mrs. C. C. Hoppe and and therefore, prima facie' evi- day. ducers of other states. II. L. Norman made a business

( Mr. D. A. Montlelh, who made dence In any court of the land that Mr. G. / His statement was backed. by trip to Jacksonville Saturday afternoon. -
M. Dennett and children, :
; high scores and Mrs. F. F. Stump the shipment was as represented Mr. John Bennett and Miss Ruth i twenty years experience {iln the TODAY---

} ilr, kkas. and Mr I). P. Carpenter holdersof fea, but at destination another U, Bennett of Jasper) spent Wednes- business and speaking for his Quite a number of people from .e ,fir 1 I

_ low score. inspector went over the stock day afternoon here with Miss! Te- companies which. Include the,Unit Wateroak attended church atStaike .
The following players enjoyeda and he found that deceit bad been ressa Bennett before ed States Dairy Product Companyof Sunday night. rC.
s... Y'gtddd r, v salad course: Mr. and Mrs. J. practiced at loading at shipping Thursday for Cl..arwater leaving where l'hltadehbla'h: declared "We o i f/
) W Andrews, Jr., Dr. and Mrs. E. that defects know there Is 6111" >rJof prosperity
point, were hidden <
winter'IIIr '"
$04Vt they will spend' the 1)I (% :3IKKTIMJ: : "
L. Biggs Mr. and Mrs. O, L. nous- and that the first Inspector ahead for Florida have
i r L government We. confidence .
and Mrs. J, W. McRae of XKXTYKD.KSUAY: : : -
t g ley, Mr. and Mrs. 1) A. Montteth, wan mislead. lie did not Crestview In the' state." i
section are visiting; I
,All Mr. and Mrs. I). I'. Carpenter, Mrs. see all the potatoes lie did not relatives With reference to reasons why
here this week.Mr. I The W. T. Weeks Chapter, U
C. C. Hoppe, 05 Tampa Miss Ma- learn that half of the rnr was his parent organization: decided to next d -
and Mrs. Wednesday
J. I. Conner were D.O., will meet
d 4fbl bel Weller and Mr. Joe Truby made of hidden stock which locate In JacksonVlIfe Mr. Brink
up
+
r.nnbIa.M visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Clem-- October the first at four o'clock,
hogs would hardly These said he sent out about
eat{ were was a year
_ asit ons In Hellbronn section Sunday. at the home of Miss Florence Mat-
n ff, l .HI\V; AM I HO CLUIS Uncovered at destination by the ago to look over dairying possibilities 1 Rut Hint word cheap! | n-fcrt"
number Hostesses Miss: Matthews
l Quite a of people of this thews. : .
_ ,- government Inspector and, the In several states. "I went only t<> the |111'1 ice 10 joii. I'oi
suction attended church at Union Miss Middleton and Mrs.. W. O.lIalle. .. .
the In.h
The Sew and So Club met with grading at shipping point was re- last Sunday. through Kentucky Tennessee "'flmrvE'Y only st

Mrs n. S. Carroll Tuesday ewer' versed. Mrs L. M, Henderson and children Alabama and Georgia and finally most tMNty fruit, vrg'taideson
nine at her home Walnut street There Is a question If a buyer of wound up In Florida' he said the market That's. <>ii<>
Jasper spent last!! week Plant City M .S. Barker De- reason why Home of our raw
Colorful garden flowers were would have to .accept >a, car that with her slater "Florida is geographically better
Miss Teressa Bennett
ltolnWY3 '
used for. decorations in the home, might have been bought f. o. b., sltuted to serve the thickly populated partment Store renovated. c,' toniorn have been trailing

where the guests were entertained. graded by a government Inspectorat Mr.. and Mrs. Newn Mott of Hell areas of the'eallt than the Euatls R. D, Keene and Co., mak-addi- j '' with.UK for :U )'('III'a.
ing Improvements
shipping point as U S. No.1. bronn other states investigated.. She many
Y3 ': y'ni"4 At the close of an evening spent If the government Inspection at Sunday.were .visiting relatives here has the soils suitable(, for dairy tions to packing house In preparation -
itlei
In conversation bridge destination showed that for coming citrus season.
merrily clearly farming
on a profitable basis
Mr. and Mrs. O. 'W, Burney of
jA/r* ,' and sewing, the hostess served d the shipper bad grossly' misrepresented Starke "My investigation of conditionsIn Miami Beach Work started Friday Saturday and Monday
& salad. course. the facts and had been ford Sunday were visiting afternoon.Mr!'.. L, Craw this state led :tq the discovery on, seven. new store buildings at ,

The guests were: Mrs. Telfalr guilty of fraud. For under this that Florida was short on manpower Fifth street and Meridian avenue
.
{ Long Mrs. n, C. Hitch Mrs D. new law, there must be no mis- PLANS. 'I'i.IITI; : :D Will I to carry,''on then business. It
,,{ r+ 1n + p, Carpenter, Miss Florence Mat- representation, and to deceive a FOX. IIl' TI'H4; :MEETING: : was determined otherwise that I II CASTLE 'HAVEN, NO. 2 SIZE

did* tx thews, Miss Madge Middleton, government inspector Is misrepresentation. AT KEYSTONE) : HEIGHTS! I this state would be! the source of Keep Cool at the
.' STRINGBEANS 2 for 25c
, 1il MIss Betty Chamberlain, Mind I ..' -- supply for the populated areas I

JOunlco Perkins. Miss Ethel Drlflln Already the government is being WT if. Baxley, president of the "Then ,we got our directors together FLORIDATHEATRE
Miss Blanche Alderman and Miss called upon to settle disputes. The State Fox: Hunters' Association, and decided to finance the

:Minnie Oruber Department has the decks clearedfor and Dr W, A. Bagwell, secretary- company here. And I may say that ASSORTED FLAVORS

a? action and Is getting into action treasurer will spend this week in the Southland Dairy Products Co., ,
) rauwa fast. It likely Inc., Is 80 per cent'locally owned. JELLO3 Packages 23c
f nndnnjd ff MISSIONARY PLAY appears as Keystone Heights!! preparing for Home of VitaphoneGAINESVILLE
f 'sent' o TO III?: GIVEN: that some operators are thinking the fourth anual field trials which "We found another unusual FLA.
yr Navy t. r that they will be able to use the will be held In the above metropolis thing in Jacksonville for southern I

s4, "Broken China", a Missionary Department to coerce and scare October 6-10, It was announced cities! That'la In your health de FANCY FIRMLEMONS '.

thai play will be given by the young those with whom they are dealingby today. partment. Dr. Horatio Parker TODAY I
span people for the Presbyterian threats. Where there Is real The opening day will be given and others' of the'7iealth depart. .' Perdozen29cHARD :

"Church night" Wednesday eve- guilt, that kind of thing might over to a bench show which will ment here have done a very fine Dorothy Mackaill
for*,' ning, October Jet at 8 o'clock at work but those who are thinking have classes In best individual, job. Rarely do you'find such fine In

f ; L rs the clubhouse. of !it had better be sure, very sure pair and best pack of both sexes' milk as Jacksonville has had for HEAD GREEN

W. e i ia Cast: that the other'fellow Is In the with first t, second and third place the lost' four or five years." "BRIGHT LIGHTS"

r 4 ] Chow Wau, wife Lucille Mitchell wrong. For the government would!! ribbons awarded to the victorious. Mr. Brink said the'company has With CabbagePer Pound 3%c :

y,,, 'Jord Wu Sin Yin, husband S.' R. Johns, decide in favor of the party lit the contestants. an one of Its chief 'alms now to KltAVK KAY XOA1I RKKRYAllllKll : : I
Jr, right Then, too, If a man got Also on the first day all dogs educate youth as to'the' value of I (
v" (OMKI1Y: &; XI-\VH:
,
Chun Shou, mother-in-law Es- the habit of carrying all his troubles will be numbered and entered for milk, which he described. as one YORK COOKING
telle KendrIck to the government, it would) 'the field trials. The master of of nature's best foods. He referred SATURDAYConrad I ;

Ta Hsl friend. Elizabeth Kendrick soon get noised abroad and no one hounds. and five Judges will be to health conditions lu England -

Ling Te, older daughter, "Marjorle would thereafter' care to have any ready (or the cast on the following Japan China South American Nagel"NUMBERED APPLES4pounds25c I
,l a* Stump dealings with him. The. most successful morning. countries, and In Arabia due In
people connected with the under to luck of sufficient milk. Re- ,.
Dogs old
Oa Tso daughter Margaret twa,years are
younger
&&f ? Lowry fruit and produce Industry prac entered for the derby races which ults of the lack are shown In the MEN"'WITH LOG CABIN MEDIUM SIZE, 25c; (

'K _ Photographer A. E. Wall. Jr. tice strict honesty, and they aim will be first In the Held. The highest condition of the people's teeth, A STAR OAST '
All,..-.., ('om - which begin trouble earlyIn
to handle their affairs to give Large :
Missionary Grace Wood own directly derby score receives a trophy. .. - -
'A'.n' a nM16r Pros of Missionary Society, Miss with the people with whom they The all-age casts will be made life. &- I
>< assistance The Southland Products Monday Tuesday I
Dairy
Carne Uglow are partly or Interfer- each morning thereafter. Any
School children!' Lillian Stump, ence. 'They seem to get along and! age hound may be entered for the Company Mr. Brink told the real- "OFFICE ''VI FE" DEL MONTE, POUND CAN \

.fflti Jean Davis, Ida Lulu Davis, Mar- retain .friendship of their patrons races. The first winner gets a tore has In mind trying to use all ;
i jorIe Davis. Louise Stern. better than' those who, when loving cup the second' gets a cash of the milk produced by all the With DriPakPrunes9c}
think taken cows that can be put on farms of
Coolfes{ : Dorothy Lamb Edna they they are being prize. nOnOTIlYC1IIL:
'r er, I Stansbury Frank Mitchell Wesley advantage, of call for third party Each morning of the cast all Duval and adjoining counties. A LEWIS! STONE :NATALIEMOORHKAI Ij
fl't ) r$ Stearns. help and resort to coercive meth dogs: are assembled at a designated similar aim la set for the com- I : ) r
Violinist Alice Fernandez. ods. As a matter of fact In the place In the woods the owners are pany's plant at Ocala,,where farmIng Lloyd Hamilton Comedy and SSfSSUT Flour 24 pounds $1.04 ;:

perishable fruit and vegetable directed by the master of hounds possibilities, *are' similar .to Sound News .

JUNIOR GIRLS AUXILIARY business one cannot be too sure to line them up at which time he hose of Duyal. ,, h _ f
ll No ,, that he la. In the right: and that calls the .roll by number. Then Mr. Brink expressed the belief, WEDNESDAY"Three FANCY FIRM

Pr? The Junior Girls Auxiliary will the other party Is In the wrong. the hounds are qultely released all based on his long experience, that

Monday afternoon A reasonable tolerance Is needed at once. The judges then ride to milk can be produced In these Faces East" Yellow Onions 3 lOc
t.j I *tad be, organized next -.- pounds
3:30: at the home of Mrs. and excessive suspicion la often the dogs In pursuit of the fox counties at a cost lower than prevails -
ii Emma Canova and girls betweenthe bad. So some deal exclusively scoring the ones making the highest in Pennsylvania, and some of StarringConstance

a ages of 10 and 13 years are with their customers, without the points on hunting, trailing and the other states well known for Bennett I OCTAGON SCOURING :
( y t i help of outsiders-third party Interference driving., their dairy farming successes. Av-
y to be present. Bunnie With Cant
1L rp invited a Spwlal
and hold their There Is erase cost In Duval was placed by
they an Increasing numberof
Mrs. W J. Ep CLEANSER..3 :
Canova, Councilor; (The talking version of the Cans IOe
1101 i it person assistant councilor. friends while the more suspicious both hunters and spectators at him at 31 cents a gallon but he fwmous/ silent picture) '
refer everything to some third these annual field trials. Nearly could see no reason why this fig- ,
\ld..l. Comedy, Kraxy: Kat '
party who la not Interested but every state in the union has one are should not be, reduced. '
1MUK-STRCTII: ( ,,"oon and Hound News' FANCY LARGE FIRM l
t who is supposed to have a "big or more fox hunter organizations One of the tint steps toward reduction \
t tick" and they lose their connection also the national. There Is more was suggested as the,use NEXT THIRS. *; FRIDAY '
Mr. and Mrs W. II. Struth Irish Potatoes10 35c
t bh announce the marriage of and friends through such and moro Interest In'purebred of Improved herds. Importations pounds

untx their daughter practices.For no first class business hound breeding.The of purebred cows, already has Gary Cooper
man who Is honest cares to grey fox of the Southern Carted, he said both la Marlon I "
Fredrlckato have dealings with any one who on states In fact the only fox which and Duvaf counties. About 70 cows In PURE CANE GRANULATED

account of unreasonable suspicion lives la Florida, Is very, numerous will be brought ,Into Duval next "THE SPOILERS"REGULAR I
:Mr. William Windsor Page, Jr..
1, September 19, 1930 Is always stirring up storm and In the Atlantic and Quit States and week he said, and about the same 1 SUGAR -. - 10 pounds 50c
strife. will very often carry the pack of number will/be unloded .Marion.
820 8. Orleans avenue, Tampa. PRICES" IO.OOoKILOORK'H
Those who'are not able, or not dogs two hours There are more ,,Marion county.. be added, already I
'WOODMEN: CIRCLE: wise enough to conduct their own foxes within a five mile area at I.e producing ,milk at a cost : MAXWELL HOUSE

r dui y kc'D affairs usually In time fall by the Keystone Heights: than any other

) There will be an Important wayside, after they have earned a place known In the state. COFFEE - Pound Can 33c

+ meeting of the Woodmen Circle, reputation of being chronic kick- S I ,
p Grove 278, next Tuesday night ers and they are thereafter shunned "Collier Bus Company purchased FLOWER AND, BULB PLANTING GUIDEt

Sept. 30. All members arc urged as undesirable connections franchise of R. E. Adams Trans For' the South

al to be present. Yet. if one knows positively with- portatlon Co., which has been op- The only publication of lu kind ever published will help you
e j, j 1tiA out the shadow of doubt that be Is erating dally motor freight service
Elizabeth Kendrick, to make beautiful Florida more beautiful. A copy will be sent M- C STORE
Publicity Chairman. dealing with a crooked ..person between Tampa and Fort Myers.\ to any address and without cost. Send for your copy today. .
rl . . .t'i( perblpe'Icoeyelonl'q r force .would, Lee burg -Apopka Warehouse,
Mulberry -'Clean'Wash Laundry prove' effective 'Bat ''It I lit so ''of Ine.. gin here shipped first carloadof The Kilgore Seed CompanyPlant "''Vhere'Sat stion Is

r. opened for business on New- ten, that the complaining party Is cotton to leave central section City, 1.7c.1a.C a Certalntll'f
mark avenue. In the wrong: that he should make of Florida.

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Concerning Our People, Business and By E. V. McCoIlum, Ph.D., Sc.D normal chemical nutrition substances and Becessnry. where the to I -. .' ", 'j' t, '

, Prosretf of the County and Town. Professor JlloChemistry John llopkltm r1 nttfH'sity| a complete diet are to be found. ?

Aullittr of "The brewer KnottlLige: oj tCutritiofi" etc. Mothers, and especially Amen l, I
can mothers, are taking advantage it
, r!52St552-;J==iL-lt.=JLJLJI...........IL...JLJL.........JL.-HIJI.........,.Jl..=....II.=...IL.JL..........JII .=....=.....spl. ....aca 2ooc THERE is one type o( war which'nchher disarmament nor ot this Ute opportunity established They facts are of the applying Wonder' what the Starke Football team Is golnA' to do thin i'' { ,t J

w.1'I11:1IUPOUT: : : son, of Baldwin, were visitors In limitation treaties will eVer affect Its battles are modern; science of nutrition to tho your; they sure look good? What became of the fence! that ,

is Slarke Wednesday.Mr. numberless and are fought daily in the nation's dining feeding of their families. As an used to ,KO," around the old Ball Park? Wouldn't It be nice it b '

eel ding, September, 23, -- rooms by conscientious mothers seeking make' their childreneat evidence of this, some future his we had! a new City Hall? How many people know that we havea
ra. siuike branch U S. For- and Mrs. J. A, Saul spent tori an well may write of rk'ket.4and
II, by Sunday In Jacksonville with rela- needed portion of spinach other leafy vegetables scurvy as children's diseases Business: Men's Club? Why do people go; to the p'ctura 'r

a. |[ servttor Max. Min .Preclp.I. tives. : This type of war deserves serious consideration Its effects, happily long forgotten. In de- show in Jacksonville and neglect our own good show !In town? t tIsn't : ,
pate 72 .03 while neither immediate nor fatal ire important to the futureof soothing their eradication he will '
to I; 88 It nice that ,v>e have a good conservative bank In Starke?
I. 70 .70 the For the physical; :and mental healthof point to the popularization of
they concern
89 race. : ,
wr .t. 'iF .17 Dr. and Mrs. n.) S. Carroll and salads an a national cliaiacterlstlc Wonder how many old Starke Citizens who have l left here I ,
94 72 our children." And this kind cf I war must cease.
ua t, I lp Tr.' Miss Ethel Griffin motored to of Americans, acquired' during the would like to be back?. Who l Is going to got; the suit thin
_II'I' 94 73 Jacksonville No child should ever be disciplined at mealtime because of second and third decades ot the
I. 94 72 .06 Sunday. Ha will\ almost week? What happened( to the Mediterranean "-ly1 How many tip
Je t, tl, the unfavorable effect on digestion:. Urging! the child to eat twentieth century.
I'' 91 71 .3 6 it of emotion.wllieh certainly mention ns a result of people think some one else writes these ads for me? Does
something does not like produces a run t iinnleasant> :: ,
:; 71 .02 Mrs. Chandler Stith. and chil- thta the heightened resistance to
,\ ;; 92 has an equally bad erect: the Salvation Army and other organizations get all the money .* ,.
for week 1.33 In. I II dren of Miami are the guests of wa certain infections! the prevention
I itai "ftinfnll Psychologists and physicians are of goiter nnd the Increase in size we donate every now and then? Has prohibition solved the
Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Brownlee.
all agreed upon thIs point.
KlckUter. find sturdiness u( the first generation liquor problem? Stnrke has a Congressman Senator, Circuit '
Llba J. F.
!* plant ; Few adults have pHcupwl the experience welch had the good! fortune
- -- Mi'\ J. B. Dowling of Lake Butler of suffering from a digestive to pioflt by the new discoveries Judge, State's Attorney, two Bank Examiners, Railroad. Com + .

+d ['01! inci Mis. I}. E. Knight spent spent Sunday with Cob and upset as thai result of nn emotional About. fjoils. mlgftlnncr and a game "'warden--,wonder If we couldn't dig up i
crisis nt mealtime. Fear, .
incksonvSlle.r !
r., fa,| > 'I'i Mrs. A. S Crews. pain and anger Intel fo'e both attic" Vast Improvement In Diet A Governor pretty soon? c ,

the state the secretion ot digestive juices I H" will not fall to emphasize the I r1 Mr
McLendon of llihMlrryIVtvr'n ilni-nl Kitrlrtrtrrow H
II 13 here Sunday MrsV.. P. Hurst of Jackson- and with the mechanical functioning .- I ipeiieutton of processes in the canning Onirv' Shoe. Shirts + ,a ,
_ ? *'at a visitor ville, Is the !guest of her sister, of the digestive tiact. 4M : Industry. A part of tho MitMNlnirnrnrU. nillcott John1. ., 1
Mrs. Roy Edwards. The speaker who frequently' laco'a physical! gall he will traceto .. ll.xiitln. Mon MltctCH
Ir E:, J K, Perryman was' "inicsoiivtllo 1 pauses to take a sip of water is 2r this, because It made possible Shorn"nr.. ....'..'Cor4M STERNBERG'STIIH Nnlnrua/s tlllltntnrNttntf; i W'1't+.' k
[ Monday I moistening Ills mouth because it u vast improvement In the Na- ... and llrnH- UraAlr/ 1 a,
I Mr.; H.,, O Daniel of Sarasota, feels dry. H is dry because lie Is tlou'a diet through the colder .Irrra. .. Dr.Mt ,
: niCM.IHLH: STOKE :
'
J, E. Corpenlng visited i was the guest of relatives over the not at ease before his, audience, mouths of the year, by providing, \r.r fork hoir Pootpresses
( mri rt HiiiWe i
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Thursday.. week-end. especially If ha Is conscious\ that in wlitilwsouie condition a whh.rva'lety 1.11....
Gainesville his debate, sermon, oration or lecture of foods than were, ever
is not going greatly to his before available to mankind In any sell\ rt'llnMc" melt'!IniiiillHo nt I the IOIU1U Arid-. :.
Klckllter, Jr., 'and Mr. and H. K. Dew .3
Ira J, F Mrs. and credit.' Under such conditions, the ., pd part of the world Thi promotion
lldren left Saturday for Iowa. Mrs. J. T. Guy motored to Jack- salivary glands! do not produce Y k.y W .'P 'W ru of healthfal vigor he will contrast N

sonville Tuesday much, if any, Saliva. The stomach {II with the wldtmpinad' ( illiipaq\ of the
MI and ]Mrs C. A. Knight; mo'd and other digestive: glands" also are ( past, and the need for "SpiinK STEAM PRESSING COMPANY 1

,'' to Gainesville; Thursday. Mrs. \V. J. Epperson, Jr., of affected In a comparable manner. '' At medicines" "blood! purlllers! ," and SUITS CLEANED, PRESSED AND RESHAPED '"
Jacksonville, Is the guest of Mrs. For digestion! cannot proceed until "Spring tonics"" which were taken

Lenator E. M. ,Johns was trans- ir. C. Wall. the proper secretion are pouted ak+ S btw s rr Md by nearly everyone a generationago. J. Frank Thoman-Ptone 52 f'' fyTRY
out. > _
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fnit, business in OcahrMtmday.uto the r
Cut knowledge oC modem t
i Mr.' : and Mrs.. Junius Smith and Discipline Is Harmful. (science ot foods in one thing and TilE MAGNOLIA 1 FISH MARKET Et

| tops, cushions and cush- Mr, and Mrs, H C. .Wall were In It is thus'apparent that dliclpliiu n! its application to the needs of FOR ALL YOUR SEA FOOD WANTS. WILL CARRY FULL k ;

1 M. Levlton. 26tf Jacksonville ,Monday. at mealtime' Is not only Ineftci.tht' children quite another. Every ; ; ;
covers. .," modern must therefore LINE OF FISH, SIIU1MI': & OYSTERS; E. CALL ST.
mother
but harmful The moat Unit should
| and Mrs. W. Wainwright Full line fiesh,, garden seeds, 'be done to cultivate a liking for a combine her knowledge of diet-
\r[ 6nlon necessary foods ia to ask the child etimnlth some' of the tact of a. ..t y$
lied Jacksonville Monday. sets, rye and oat seeds. J. the state university, pent Sundayat

I F 1 ., Klckliter. .: happen to taste to these be served foods to when others they It k seasoned equipment diplomat.she should With succeed this in KEYSTONE HEIGHTS the ,(11with Jila parents, Mr. ;' ,,
'O'
Mi and Mrs. T.: T. Long spent; should be explained!'that the lands making her children eat sufficient MINN Helen Baden. Cor.Ml and Mrs 1 9'. 1\1. Walmth.Dr. ,
E. V. McCoIlum Jr
Jiday' at Jacksonville Beach. Mrs. O..EStanjibury and daughter ; in question are ()orfor\ people, quantities of all the kinds of food.necessary Paul Bird and Dr John ,t MpMr
Edna and Pearl Reddish were and that the child will later like to health. Vaughn of Jacksonville were ti pk*,
for tlie diet of children than Ido [ *. !Donald E. Panghorn has returned -
""ol and !Mrs. J". L. Frazee vlsll visitors to Gainesville Monday. them. Thus no offense is given either; coin or oats. Ot these Leafy Vegetables ValuableThe from a six week's vacation guests of Mr.: and. Mrs. Stewart.ov'r ty, ,
'nosHie Tuesday and no artificial dinitiatearoused.. tbo cellulose of rico la Sunday. ,t..
I C-i grains, the leafy 'vegetables are of spo-
his Mend-
I !Mr. and Mrs. N. 0, Adams and Pronounced changes In tastes softest and (least Irritating. dill value in furnishing indigestible pent with> parents in Eight Gainesville young ladles Yt" al+

I \lrs W Middleton and, Miss McKay Johnson were visitors to will often be brought; about by this: material which serves as an vllle, l a. occupied the Pangboru apartment
Izel Mlddleton( visited Jackson-' Waldo Wednesday afternoon. method in the course of a few Prevents, Bad Habits intestinal regulator and promotes Mr. and Mrtt. B It. Weld Mr, over the week-end. g

I 1 Thursday. ,, months_ Put if the child! is made If taken in sufntlent amounts, elimination. And tills problem of J. H Lawrence' and daughter: Helen Mrs, \Klwell HobliiHon, l\fllIM\ Helen y. 'i' ''

( e 'Haynes' Giant of St. Augustine, unhappy! by being!: compelled to oat the cellulose from these sources Intestinal hygiene ia especially important , Mr, and Mrs. 0. II. Clurk:; Mr. Lawrence' and Miss Gertrude At

I I)hW Davis of Willlston, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. O a food which for it does not like,food the will serve admlmbly to promote now when so many of our and Mrs. J. 11. llouser and daughter Hounnr were dinner guests of t W,
C.4 distaste that particular
llsnilHBul waste with foods highly! refined nnd con
ot products are
I !
L. Friday. Gertrude Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Misses Arneeta and Helen Ogden.!
with his I.Iaynes
I j""nL the week-end here may become Intensified rather than sufficient prompt.nens to insure tain little or no, cellulose. Milk,
later io life. Ogden and daughters Arneeta and i Mr. F. E. Carr and W, H. Ogden
In overcome
]J. M. Davis. a hygienic! condition of the olon meat or eggs are 11so\ completely
I IIn. Mrs. Harvey Long of Jackson- Helen enjoyed a welner roast and were In JackKonvilla' Friday
' When the proper amounts of This will prevent"the formation of digestible that they leave little ,
( J,\ J. T. Moore aad'Mrs. Clltj -i ville is ,the guest of her parents, milk, eggs and meats are given to bad habit which' may eventually residues in the colon and hence Bleak bat Friday eveningon, the Miss' Helen Lawrence drove to '

j ":Brown of Lawtey were in Mr, and Mrs.; 'V'.lIEd. ards.Mr. children the vitamin content of Injure the largo! Intestine in ways are constipating, east shore of Lake Geneva Palutka Saturday ?r ?w5
' farke Wednesday. I J.helr diet Is pretty well safe Illustrated by' the enormous num. As a first stop, however, In the The regular tureen supper for Mr, and Mrs. Chadwlck and son
E. H. Smith and Mr. II. C. !guarded.: This is especially true !hers of persons In middle, or later Improvement of children's diet, the the benefit of the Woman's Club Albert were Keystone Heights visitors .

I Mrs. Charlie Johns and little Wall motored to Jacksonville if yellow vegetables ouch as oar- life who have sutwistc-d 0 too largely dining room wars must cease. was held in the clubhouse Thursday i. Sunday, ,1+r'
rots, tomatoes sweet potatoes, etc, upon refined foods They aro quite as fruitless as' any
I Monday, evening. There Was a verygood Messrs Archie Black and Kenneth
0I are included foe their hlyh vitamin! Parents of today have greater/ other war )It a child Is properly \ *
I A content. When the leafy var-e- opportunity than ever before to managed< it will eventually acquirethe attendance and a splendid) Hoover of Port Huron, Mich., r> i
I Hurrah Rooks of the University tables are disliked the cellulose nerve their children by helping dietary habits and likings nor supper, have taken one of the apartments c.' y
i :ENT A WORD O of Florida was a visitor In Starke content of the food may well be "torn to lay the foundation for long mal to.adults. It will appreciate Thinsiliiy night the young people In the.Butherland: building and expect a
I Monday. " provided by Including in the and healthy lives Our controlover the flavors of everything U should or the Heights had an Informa to be here during the winter.
menus suRlclcnt vhnln. cereal foodsto the physical basis' of success eat. And this Ideal condition can dance at the pavilion and Saturday Mr Black Is' attending law school

COLUMNI Mi', and Mrs. T. B. Massie and furnish indigestible"" cellulose. In life l IA fur more effective than never be reached through force, night !Mr, and Mra. I). O. Stewart at the University of Florida yj'' w
I Whole wheat nnd rice furnish cellulose ever before In human history.' We hut only through tact and dlplo( sponsored "beret dunce." No
a
children visited Jacksonville Sat- one Gainesville and Mr. Hoover is taking
in more, satisfactory forms know what the body requires for '
I RENT _> 6-room cottage 'onI urday., I macy. wua supposed to appear on the senior work at Keystone i;

I I Rest\\ Madison street. F. F.I door without a Keystone Heights Itefffhta<< high school.

I I Flume. its Mrs. Lee Allen and Mr. 1 Elmer Mr. and Mrs C. C. Hoppe re- day for Wlndell 011.., where' he beret. Miss Dorothy Jenkins left Wed p

I Lazoue of Jacksonville' spent Mon- turned to their home In Tampa, LAKE BUTLER .... will join his wife on her return Mr. Ray Lawrence, engineer nesday for Tallahassee where she r, )

f\TED:; 75,000 Missionary day In Starke. after spending several days with trip from that place where she has with the Florida state highway department will attend the Florida State College -
I strawberry plants, delivered to Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley fled,<<| lit'r'e. <(<'or.Several was taken very ill at his r for Women
,
friends and relatives
been visiting
I lUwtey! ,, J. L. Harrell. or 3.. R, MI'. J. W. Andrews, Jr., and . home In Keystone llvights on Friday ) Mr.! George Maxwell, Mr.! mid '
I Sliuford. 9-26-41- Me. II. A. Bishop were business Mrs K. M. Johns Mrs T. J. o ''from !Miss Oden Duller of Jacksonville morning and after a'coiiHiilta- Mrs Clifford Plcketts ft Mead- :t:! '

visitors !in Jacksonville Monday Griffin, Miss' Annie Darhy and ; )people funeral this place i 1& the guest of Miss Ruby tlou of physicians he was takento vllle, Pa, are guests of Mr. and ,
I Ut SALE--About' 3 tons dry Gloria Johns spent Saturday in attended the of little lom- Roberts thin week. the Gainesville hospital! Saturday !Men f. M. Walrath at the inn.

i chicken manure. Geo. F. Mueller Mr. and Mrs D. C. Klnlaw of Jacksonville.Miss egene; Dukes at, Kizy's Chapel cem- Mrs. Ethel Olroyde of Keystone afternoon and underwent an rrnimrulloim are uuder way for 41

I Kingsley Poultry Farm, Ut. Lawtey,.have moved to Starke and etery Sunday ", Heights ,/Is visiting her mother, operation. Saturday night. )Reports the annual fox hunt to he held at .. '
I A, fox 287, Starke, Flo It1" are occupying the Turner home on Jean Canner: returned to Mrs. Earl Dukes who has been Mrs T, S. KaiilerBon of Lake Butler from (ho hospital stal that Mr Keystone Heights Oct. 6-10. l

West Call street. her home in Palatka Sunday after 11for\ some time. was taken to this week. Lawrence l Is doing as well as culd . f i

I'LCS: FOR SALE-Fine 'pair spending several days with Miss the hospital In Lake City last Sat- be expected, and If no computations Miami -- Sprnlll-Cordon Paint a'Co '

I of mules well mated work Mr. and Mrs. C Turnlpseedand Ruth Stern berg. urday. arise, will be home In a few ., Inc, started! paint manufacture .'

I where, in excellent anY-I and Mr. and Mrs A. Lindsey of nevi "S S. Proctor spent the weeks. business at 335 N. E. 79th 1'' t

Can be seen at J, M. McIntosh were the guests of Mr Mr"la'nd Mrs. J. L. Simmons and week-end in Lacrosse, and held TIIERESSA Lawrence K Walrath, senior at I St.. In Little River. ..V._ b l'e
( place and Mrs. F. A. Sweezy Sunday. Mrs. Robert F. Clark have returned two services'at the Baptist churchat .
BUM' Rhoda 7ltflcr Cor. ,
I from a three week's -vacationat that place. .'cr .
I 'JR SALE2-40 acre farm. Small Dr, and -Mra. James Chase re- their fishing camp at Deulah Mr. and Mrs. A. Il. Dekle of

house, other out buildings, in turned to their home In Jacksonville Park, on Lake Swan. Jacksonville and Mrs T, J. Dekle Mr. 0, M, Bennett and children, CASH
I Wateroak section 400.00 cashor Sunday after a weetf'a( visit of Raiford were the guests of Mr Jake and Ruth and Mr. and Mrs CA R L5'

I terms. Nora Bias, Starke. 9- with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hoover, Mrs. J. D Doyle has returned John Dekle Sunday.' A. L. Dennett; and children left CORNER
I I 19-2t* home after spending two weeks Mr, and Mrs., Harlaon of Neeces, last' week for Clearwater; where ,

( Bishop ''j'uban of''Jacksonville, vacation visiting Mrs. Phil Maguire S. C., were visitors to this place they will make their home. In S. R. Johns & Co.'s Building

OR RENT-A, nice apartment will be In Starke Sunday and will of Orlando and' Mrs. W. K. last week. !Mr. L M. Henderson of Jasper,

I furnished with place .for car, hold services at the Episcopal Wilder' of Altamonte Spring. Mr. and Mrs,John Scaff are the spent last Sunday with Mr and TWO{ DELIVERIES IN CITY DAILY

I I and all bills paid for fifteenI church Sunday morning.Paul proud parents of u baby daughter Mrs. C Sullivan and was accompanied PHONE 45-STARKE FLA. .
I dollars per month. Come andI Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Brownlee born to them Oct 21st home by his wife and children :

tee it. W, E. Daugherty, Cher- Knight of the Universityof and Mary Rrownlee,, spent the Mr. and Mrs. L. O., Rivers and who have' been visiting here
I I street. 9-12-tf. Florida spend the week-end I week-end In DeLand with Col and Mrs. John Mosley spent Monday In for a week. '

I with his parents Col. and Mrs. D : Mrs. J. E. Futch, who accompanied Jacksonville attending to business Mr. and Mrs. R. O. ZeIgler of Specials for Friday & Saturday ;

I I IR) 11ENT-Have a splendid E. Knight. them home after a visit here. Mr. If. F. Tyre of Morrlnton was Gainesville and L. C. Zeigler of

I place to rent one-quarter mile in this place Tuesday attendingto Ocala, and Master Jack McArthur t

I north of city limits., Good five < State's Attorney H. V. Knightwas Miss' Gwendolyn Launt accom- some business. of Tybee Beach, were visitingMr. 8 Ib. Bucket
I room house, shade trees, etc., a professional visitor in panied by Mlas Emma' Strickland, Rev 0. W. S. Ware of "Worthington and Mrs. J. J, Zeigler Sun Jewell Compound - 90c

I I ten acres land. Excellent local Gainesville and Lake Butler the returned to her home In Gainesville Springs was la town visiting day afternoon. With a

l "on for berry or poultry farm. first of the week. Thursday after a two week's friends last Monday evening. Miss Clara Swindell spent the
I Very reasonable. Care Bradford visit at Kingsley lake. Miss Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Harper of week-end at Lake Geneva with 24 Ibs. Dove Flour Guaranteed - 90c

County Telegraph. 2tI Misses James and Francis Moyt Strickland will be her guest for a Sanford were visiting Mr. harpers relatives and friends.Mr. .

and Mr, E. M. KuttS Batnbrldge, week. parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. HarperIn and Mrs. J, I. Cartresson 10 Ib. sack SUGAR 49c

I \WANT A MAN-If you are be- Oa, were guests of Misses Edna Lake Butler Sunday.' I and children were visiting relatives -

I I tve..n 25 and 55, own an auto, and Carrie Hutto Sunday.Mr. The local V. D. C, chapter will\ Mrs.' J. M. Mann Mrs. Tt. E. Frazler : and friends here Sunday afternoon 5 Ibs. Good RICE 25c
and Mrs. Mattie Markey were -
I I entertain at dinner the veterans ,
Mlllng to bujld a ,real: paying '
I business of own by selling G.,B. Smith of Woodbine, of ,J. J. Olcklaon Camp tomorrow business! visitors to Jacksonville Mrs. J. J. Zeigler spent a few
your
I home to house, a line of guaranteed Ga., was the guest of Dr.and Mrs. (Saturday the 27th Inst.), at 12 Tuesday afternoon. days last week at Stark with hersister. 24 Ibs. Pillsbury FLOUR - -: $1.00

I everyday'necellsltlell., including W.,E. Middleton for several days o'clock, at toe Magnolia Cafe. Only Mr. T. B. Chancey of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Johns.

I home remedies _toilet, this week. veterans of the camp, are Invitedto Is visiting Ma mother here Miss. Mildred Phillips spent 11bNUCUO-------- 19c al
I articles stock this dinner the reason for this this week, Mrs. Minnie Chancey Monday with Mlus Nettle Heriey. .
and poultry preparations
I In home county I, Mrs. O. L. Haynes and Mrs. being that the chapter lost all Us part operator of the Eagle Cafe. Miss June Adklns of Hampton With I,

I want to talk your to Sales experience Frank Hoover and Mrs. W Bryant money, In the recent bank failure Mr. and Mrs. John W. Brldwell spent l last Thursday night with 8 j
I you. teach and Miss Myrtle Reddish were visitors I and it Is necessary -reducex Of St. Petersburg and children- are Miss. Rhoda Zeigler. oz. Jar Mayonaise -- 20c ji''
we
unnecessary, as ''
visiting We this week as the Mr. Math McKinney of Miami
I Ton free A to Melrose Monday. penses.
permanent profitableu8InetlI. guests of Mrs. Brfdwell's parents, and Mrs. Bessie McKinney of 4 Ibs. Cooking Apples # 25c
I Garrett makes $60 or -, -
and Mrs. C. A. Roberts Fairbanks visiting and
I more Dr. E. I* Smith and Mr. Bill Mr. were Mr.
weekly. Cash' plan or. Bart hs Sheriff and Mrs W. B. Brannen Mr. O. W. Hlnson Monday night
Augustine were
I credit with Exclusive Parfchlll of St. 4 Ibs. BANANAS
I territory Insures security. $1500 guests Sunday of Dr. and Mrs. O. are the parents of a nine pound Mr. Math McKinney and Mr. O. - - 25c
hustlers boy born to them on the 22nd. W. Hlnson and Mrs. Bessie Mc
to
I *5.000 This big L, Haynes E Prescott
I Paying per year. Mr. and Highland They already have a son name Kinney were business visitors, to White BACON plates lb. - - ISc
vacancy must be tilled ,
,
Clarke' Zlst.llr. "Biscuit", now the folk around Jacksonville Monday.
I at once Mr. and Mm. D. T. en- son, Sept.
I Tell me all about yourI roate from Black Mountain N. C.. and Mrs Frank Hall Starke, here can't help wondering It the Miss Rhoda Zelgler pent Wedaesday ->
I your agV, and occnpatlon.I 21st. name "Pan-Cake," wont be chosen night with Miss Teressa Full Line Fruits
I Wrlte at once to'T. J. Terrell, to their home in Miami are visiting daughter Sept. and Vegetables'i'
I held< St. Mf. and ,Mrs.., tf.'' D. Wain- Mf. and }fr.. D. W Wilkinson,I for'tl1.. YOGA.ter. Itennett'' and Misses Edna and
organizer 241 North .
W. Ware left Tnurs- Thelma'Lewis.
I Albany, Ga. 9-19-31._ wright. Highland, daughter Sept. 24th. Rev. 0. 8.


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( ( i mbt'r ISO, .0:10: tare; doors, wood ?
Our God Remembers- -For GodIs tails. Peel 'I;

ti! 1 not unrighteous to forget your Interiors: Floors wood

work and labour of love, which ye plaster; ceilings, plaster al,,
have showed toward his name, in composition tile; bath tlb1,

that ye have ministered to the steam heat gas and jieci ream' 10:

saints, and do minister.-Heb. 6:> I' In". e s
> word is i lamp nnlo my feet, nd a light unto my pilh.-Pula 119:105.AU : 10. L.'j' Cublture, 24,400II, n

Prayer: "Then God, The Judge, Completo working I
_ ; religious teaching doctrine or plane|
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'f'I JP _I s specifications "
t creed, if they are to have any claim shall own my name Amongst the of thte house
t L love, loyalty and devotion of the people must be in harmony with followers of the Lamb." .. !available for a nominal ,um a s
1 of Jesus the Christ whose words fit into every fold and crevice October 1, luao: --- dress the building dlt'I,,, 'I
: '4 heart and of whom it was laid in John 7:46,"NEVER MAN True followers-And we desire fer to house H-130 all '*
TILIS "
aa LIKE MAN. that every one of you do show the -

Ilr I # : <' IAHKIIMOX: KTTH: : agent of God, leader, liberator, same diligence to the full assurance Palmetto Atlanta ,
cerl
a ,} r 4, law giver and prophet; of hope unto the end. Thatye d f i Co., extensively improving ,la']
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_4i 4in s ClirlHt. Ix,. the! Door Deborah, a Judge of Israel, pro- be not slothful, but followers l Ice plant at cost of Jus 00o I

John 10:9: 10, 11 I am the I phettess, and leader Illustrating of them who through faith and pa- State road department l' ,u'I

'Ir door: by me It any man enter In,, the Influence of good women In al Hence Inherit the promises.-Heb, -- on state road No. 6 between'',"

e lie shall be saved, and shall go In public affairs; 0:11: 12.Prayer, I lenton and Parrl h.I .

and out and find pasture. 10. The Naomi and Ruth, showing how : 0 Master I would Eustis City win/ veil| Ito,(,I

thief" cometh not, but for to steal, love caused Ruth to abandon the transcribe Thy love and meekness, worth of bonds to make
r ronw:
..' and to kill and to destroy: I am Idolatry of her country and accept so Divine and make them mine: I plated street improvements T

Ir' come that they mlRht; have life, Jehovah; ()('fAIH'r 2, U>:tO Clermont Mr. and Mrs, II'-L

und that they might! have It more Hannah, a godly wife and mother The Unchangeable Priest: The ter Wallin opened Clermont BI

lar abundantly. 11. 1 am the good who prayed In faith and who Lord aware and will not repent, ery for winter season TEustis

shepherd:: the good; shepherd give- dedicated her child, Samuel, to the I Thou art a priest for ever By -St. Thonuu, Episn,.]

1 eth hilt lifo: for tho sheep. Lord : so much are a priest etaol etaoln church and First napes) eba|, :

he)3r11 f'raycr: In Thee, 0 Lord, do I Saul, chosen of Ood to govern so much was Jesus made a surety buildings being remocicitm"almetto '

_ I dies put my trust: let me never be put Israel, but was ruined by lack of of a better testament And they Newii.. ,,,,

to confuHlon. faith, and by self will; truly were many priests . But N 1 stalled in courthouse
W 4J 7 D
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tab! lth'ORi
earth? Jonathan and David whose mu- this man, because he contlnueth a .
l' 1 Who shall Inherit the II I IGIMInll111VVIWUIlIV I IIJUIIW" e? i +x, ,, ---
: Answer, read -Jiyi.. 1:5.: tual friendship! lean. example for ever, hath a'n unchangeable priest q ,.
*, 'g all'young people to, follow; hood. Wherefore he l 1& able also HEADACHRELIEVED

Je Vq fi I SCHOOL I Amos was a shepherd farmer, to save them to the uttermost that 'L I 11N I! i ,
r x SUNDAY unschooled, but called of Cod; as come unto God by him seeing he

f : 1 is LESSON prophet to warn rebellious Israel; I ever llveth to make Intercessionfor e QUICKl
.;D ) L I I Josiah, the boy king who de- them.-Heb. 7:21-25.: CARTER3 This Partly! YelelSk!

now; 'Itbo a _ stroyed the Idols, established God's Prayer: For the perfection of Hue IVIR digestive quickly! correct t|

l that ?r rM + ,I'OH HKI'THMISKIl: : 28, HMO worship, repaired the temple; Thy Salvation we thank thee Lord. -. M ances.removeathej dieter!
Jeremiah, a prophet teaching In- testinal poisons, and sick heack
; (' Subject: 'llevlew' of the Qlla.I" .'"- dividual religion showing the re- Ft"ii quickly; a aptonic Your whole r
BAPTIST:
ter's Lessons, rponslbillty ot each person for his "' tern enjoys effect com"'
Golden Text: "The fear of the own belief and acts; M adiso, don vanishes. ,and;you feel avlgc.r.
school at 10 V. B. Avoid bromides
tt'rr ;, Lord Is the beginning of wisdom: Jonah, called to take God'ilwarning Sunday a. m. cfedreaer and i
Wheeler Everyone to they are depressing and ban
have all supt. try :
understanding to Minever who fled from
< a good attend Sunday. All Druggista 25c( and 75c redp
his commandments: and every p
they thlil do duty was punished.
'endureth Worship at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. CARTER'S ESiP
a + his praise forever When we consider the weaknesses !
Time of evening service changes
y' ; Psalm 111:10: of Abraham, Jacob, Saul,
'V to 7:30 first Sunday of
: p. m. on
In the quarters lesson we have David and other Bible characters,
October.On .
studied of Abraham. Jacob, Moses, we wonder that they could be :
Deborah Naomi and Ruth, Han chosen agents of God. But we Wednesday evening, October 4I.J r'LCow V.
1st the churclWlll hold Its
1M nah Saul, Jonathan, and David, should be encouraged when we an- .
ail : r it : wt Amos, Josiah, Jeremiah, and Jonah realize that weak and sinful per- nual business meeting and social. 1 eH
of all will be
Reports departments
sons may serve the Lord and receive '. /xxvs fitn dd."G'6'
given and refreshments will be
.
/ In studying of these people we hit IIle; 8lngs. '-' "
t served Rev John Hall Jones, our I. ... -
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used parts of the books of Genesis, 4. ,..., .
" .tOlD "
: Exodus, Deuteronomy, Judges, i n.UInml.1: HELECTIONN&: student pastor at the Florida University O'!' ,.,. __ !;
ii may be with us to talk of dvA'lW', .>h4' O'THE
t { ; Ruth, let and 2nd Samuel, Amos, .
his work the student We ""
o 2n(: Kings! Jeremiah, and Jonah Ho'IIt'ml..r lid, 111:10: < among Y'K---------- y I
hope to large attendance VAN HOUSE H-130 arr
see a very
,, To secure the most real substance Our High PI'lest-Seelng then ? 'I
out of this review Jt maybe that we have a great high priest, at this social meeting. DUTCH TYPH ("ABLYAMLRICSri1E tlnctlve and characteristic ot the the demands of modern living-

_ _ j3,k' well to number each lesson that is passed Into the heavens ,The New River Baptist Association J VAN DYKK style. Another feature of these dormers and plenty of windows
: Is to meet with the church at 'Ii
consecutively, and after each number Jesus the Son of God let us holdfast -"
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old houses the delicate be
Hetlbronn Springs Wednesday was en- must provided and rooms,must
; 1 1M u give the Golden- Text and our profession.-Heb. 414.! By Duncunhunter Architect,
and( Thursday, Oct. 15 and 16.ritKHHYTKItlAN trance doorway. In many cases have good clear ceiling heights /i
New York.:
practical truth of that lesson, as Prayer: A Great High Priest our these doorways were so refined In
----S -- The Dutch settlers In Retain the charm of the old de-
nature wears, The guardian of early
tl P follows:
,tal her ___ ;; treatment and In detail as to have
i I, "By faith Abraham, when mankind appears : America left Interesting houses. almost an effeminate' character, tail and provide modern living "Smile

he was called to go out Into a H"Ift'mln'r| l 27, IOJIO: -- There Is a quaint charm to the but t\e! effect was not overdoneit quarters. '
should receivefor Clothed With Our graceful Dutch roofs that l Is dtsM at theAche"
place which he after Humanity Services Sunday, September 28,
a was more like a jewel set in an The Van Dyke Is old In char- e
an inheritance, obeyed; and For we have not a high priest as follows: attractive mounting The Dutch
acter and modern In appointmentsIt
eiJVi' he went, out, not knowing whither which cannot be touched with the 10 a, m. Sunday school, J. M. fTJlOJ: >ls'r also elaborated their mantlepleces lists up like this:
_ he went." Heb. 11:8: ; Moving under feeling of our Infirmities; but was Truby, sups .
and of these show
ff'.V 'I I some carvingand Basement: No plan of which is
'. divine Impulse and In faith In all points tempted like as we 11 a. m. Morning worship, ser Sunday School at- ten o'clock gouge work that Is really intricate shown Ordinary pains- heii-1
la natural to Christian experience are, yet without sin-Heb. 4116. mon by the pastor every Sunday morning. E. K, Per-
Recreation room, laundry, heater ache and neuralgia, muscu
al" Cant 1 2. "For what in a man profited Prayer: 0 Gracious Intercessor, 7 p. m. Christian Endeavor ryman Superintendent The old Dutch houses do not space etc. lar pains functional ,!

fo If he shall gain the whole ,world plead for a lost transgressor.S Topic, "How Would I Spend $1- Preaching by the- pastor Rev; however, meet the demands of First floor: Living room, coat the headache, and congested pains

y and )lose his own soul? or what *|>tenilN-r 211, IDiiO: 000,000 on Missions?" (Home and J. T. Guy, next Sunday morning at modern living. While their closet, Bun room, dining room, ]

m f shall a man give In exchange for Reason for Boldness-Let us Foreign Mission.) Luke 10:25-37.: eleven o'clock, and In the eveningat I broad sweeping roofs unbroken kitchen and a one car motor room. feeling of a cold in the

,, , lyk> tadlclat r b his soul ?" Matt. 1< ::26; Only divine therefore come boldly unto the 8 p. m. Evening worship, song eight o'clock Subject for the I by dormers gave a. decided Second floor: Three bed rooms, head-how quickly they I
Ne t okqr !' can transform a selfish throne of grace, that we may ob- and when take t]
grace sermon evening sermon; "The Parables of domestic character and charm to bath, dressing room and closets disappear you
r' nature tain mercy, and find: grace to helpIn Next Wednesday evening October Christ" the exterior, the interiors, at least Ceiling Heights: Basements, seven tablet or two ofDR.MILES'

/1 q f 3. "By faith he forsook Egypt: time of need.-Heb. 4:16.: 1, will be observed as "Church Prayer meeting Wednesday ev- the second floor rooms would simply feet, first floor, eight feet, sec- ,"
t' not fearing tha wrath of the king; Prayer: "0 for Thy name's great Night", by this congregation. Ex- ening at eight o'clock. Subject be unlivable-unthinkable, today ond floor eight feet
pj "' for he endured, all seeing hlin glory, Forgive all I have done." ercisea will be held at the Wom- "The Life of Christ." One little window high
sibs i ) r Exposure: The plans as shown :
UN "' who Is Invisible." Heb. 11:27.: Ilu'a l'M'IItmh.'r| 211, limn an's Club, and'will! begin at 6:30: Next Friday evening there will above the floor in the gable end are for a lot facing south or west dbbir-mini\\

+ K Klantti/JT.nduni +'i'a man courage must be supplement- Perfected by Obedience:: Thoughhe with a luncheon served by the ladies be a church conference at eight serving as the only light and ven- For a lot facing north or east the

MAt i< .' j ed with divine courage for God's were a Son, yet Ilearned he A play "Broken Chlna," ,o'clock, at the church. Matters of tilation in a large bed room and plans should be reversed. Dr. Miles Asplr-Mint Is tti

N rv vj or1.e ; great tasks. obedience by the things which he will be given by the young people. Importance will be considered, and the ceiling starting about three Lot size: House frontage, 49 ft. new, stable, mint-flavored table;. )
'
J 4. "Say to them that are of a suffered; And being made perfecthe All members of the church and I the feet all
lT-01 ; pastor requests all membersof or so above the floor line. 6 in. ; side clearance, left, three ft. that is making people oven
4 and tJtali fearful heart De strong, fear not." became the author of eternal ,congregation and friends cordially I the church to( be present. Stuffy, 111 ventilated rooms that right, 7 feet 6 Inches; fat frontage the country "Smile at the Ache

ei f Isa. 35:4.: Public reforms need a salvation unto all them that obey I InvIted The first Sunday In October has I have years since been I ruled out In minimum, 60 feet 15c and 25e at your drug ton I IvOU'L

: tore ii f greater participation on the part ilm.-Heb. 6:8: 0. The Sunshine Bags will be opened been designated as "Go to Church the cheapest of tenements. So Construction : Front wall of

U. ij'l. :, of good women Prayer "Be Thou my pattern; at this time. A cordial Invita :Sunday," and 'every person in these won't do In the modern stone, other walls ,stucco; roof, L GET: RELIEF;

Si teeee af'eal ,' S. "And( hath made of one blood make me bear More pf Thy gracious I lion to all our services extended I town Is urged to attend the church home. Results-the old Dutch shingles; foundation, concrete; OR YOUR MONEY BACK]

{ r' all nations of men for to dwell on Image here." to all of their choice. style h'as to be modified to meet windows double hung. with___ ahut-
Km .
*!*!! 4 j all the face of the earth." Acts -- -'7I ---- ---------. ----------.----- ------- __ _
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t: sour 17:26.: Love and kindness are \ ;

{ + t, uhite Y Yh ij I t .arate powerful peoples.forces for uniting sepij "THE MAIN THING ON MAIN STREET" A By(L. F. Van Zelm .;:


F fih 6. "My son, hear the Instruction c

ii lyl qp ,,\, wf thy father and forsake not the Buzz ...
f' law of thy mother," Provo 1:8.: Jnily :--- I -
p < 'JEST 1 t HR.EDISON AN' -Of. LAtW-t-3 CEN-T6L-MEH/ -THIS, 14' M<:! LATEST" INVENTION/ a
take time be
Homes that will to
r ;,ark'aP f I MAIN 4TOECT'SICAtHNG \ : ; He OIOTTHET X TSON'T MB.*' THE COMBINATION godly are a crying need 'of our I NLVSPADtR I:! UP RIGHT our SEE HO\J BETTER WATCH. rtE09 ON SCALE (CA-TAtE3) -HEIGHTS FROM! RACUI, Crt-AMD RUES

) j country \Ml4' OWN HE. BOOS) OUT FEtt HIM V THEM ON TRAY
: 7. "Wherefore let him that T.: EDISON SMITH H6AO/ IT MAIN ST. D WEKjHT, TfeEN< LOWERS/ LAMP (D) -WHICH" ,* ON T,+E END .OC ROD 1 :($)

ft thlnketh 'he standelh take need EXHIBITS' HIS j To POSiT'ON, LEVEL 'WITH MAN'S MOUT.. %o ,....4T ME CAN REAC"CV n,
i lest full" 1 Cor. 10:12.: liven: the I WONDEfe
1 Warn LATEST IMVEW10M? . WHEN! FINISHED' %PBiN, <3 (F) PULL'S LAMP ga."
JlorhloH t most promising will fall If God is I HA3 HE COT E INYsTt3LIaLiGAa: :

;; \ neglected f x ', PATBMT6D! AN ADDED! BEAUTY OF THIS, INVENTION 'i3 IKT IT ASSoLutivPROHIBITS mT.

;:, 8. "A man that bath friends rOqoN, SMTN" ,THE 1 her'ny THE XJUTLI OP oua ow FROM GernNa: A ucsur -r.,& I "
'Y J must show himself friendly; andy BCN\ INUEtllbQ.: I4A4
{ 1 mref C SCALES ARE so PELICATEU BALANCED IT TAES pr LEAST I
there Is a friend that stlcketh ('Ioll-j ERECTED Hi* UVT&3T I
145 4rCEATONTHE
l8S.ro LOWEIZ THE LAMP A1? NOME. 1 OP Ouft' B.ro: I "
i er than a brother." Provo 18:24.: ( COM- SVEGH, THAT. 1 MUCH CONSEQUENTLY THE LAMP WILL MOT ,
.h Selfishness' and true friendship BlNATiOCV ecALE, GEG OM F'HE.weN s'o"r'' LOVER FOR Tt-4EM. I''
a h r. ran not lodge together CIGAR LIGHTe & "' ,
THAKGS
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J; 9. "I heard !the voice of the I LAMP POST "ON MAIN o B I I YgUmEETS

i lord saying, Whom shall I send I BLJ"jec-r', ; A I ';
F und who wall: go fur us? Then .. -- TE __ -L'I V.,
lit wild I, Here am I; send me."" lea Cbi1lREAW ORDERS) FOR A f 'I I

$ \ ; G! ::8. It takes great; courage to be SAME HAVE: BEEN: O..- ? :J' ) 4''l, ''
CElvEJ FC7OM? 'I.J.3O f ie..l"
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dntl
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S I; _a true messenger of the Lord. I CITES1FRuournNE, u.S. '.
riouj r I 10. "Thy word l is a lamp unto L. .Mw aw .

p r on my feet and a light! unto my --- ----.- -----.-.-- -- .. 4.i.iI.
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Ay are heaven-Hent messenV (I. DOROTHY DARNIT McM j
_ j iUV4 M g4re. By Charles ianust

'1Y . __ __ t,
}, shall '
;; : 11. "Every one of us give;

if account of himself( God" Horn. WHAT FAVORITE I ts voor PA3DOClOTHV?TI"50 F'A'TttUl 1J fwATCHlfJ' X") WHY COE.oIllT--H&. Go 1 VTtt.L KE 1 WELL THiRES DiMG'Pc Q' [ II ''I So IF TREY '
IN
14:12.: There la no possibility off FOR CLEAN: ,
\ ? O/V4E OALUJ | I WHATCHA I > 0\.1 tIIO MAN" GUFF PUS CLEAN I''f"" t POOI.f
one man's taking! another's place CAME _> SPORT 1 I MEAN DV / IM TMtCOKNER I SPORT- / OASE OALU
the ', In salvation matters, CLEAN SPORT TIOOL.E' OtE WINK AND .. a Aw' WHAT S "rME "SEl I j
f- see N I .. \ NuMDER
1'\ OF
OTHERS RpvE
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I that '
12. "Of a truth perceive riJ ONTall I AIN'T GoNtvA
_ M do UOIT A l
/"'F' r n God Is no respector of persons? but 1J. ME I'r 1> CAOOu J i-I I AGOuT' IT-!

a In every nation he that feareth /j

Nm'. him and ''worketh righteousness I ::

< Is accepted with him Acta'10:3.: ., A // ,rvw

j 35 The missionary spirit is the ,
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spirit of true internationalism, -
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II! The following outline of the lea- j
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t sons may help: rat a,
Abraham was a pioneer of e

faith, which l led him to Canaan,
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where he learned the title. Friend
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ra of God.
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fv Jacob a scheming trickster
whom the grace of Ood changed to ]
r ae
the head of God's chosen people:
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Moses, probably the greatest -- ., --L

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ilB.'.. sF1TEMUER6,193O: : uR.DFonncorNTYTELEGH.tvn. ST.\nltF.. FLORIDA IMfiB SFV'Y 4i

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-- -- NOT ICBulv hall 1.'TIIHE OF TUB STATi: off*
where owner Is proved to D0Lnld New assembly I
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n t' lit the lol lowing .111'11'.1, Und will na xolil. etti-pt KUCIRIDAThat j '
,">' tin- )'JHST110.1\ DAY IN OCTOHBr, 19.10: It Imlng mako false returns. it John n. Stetson University here till' fftllnwlntr amcniIm< to ;' 9

*1 I, lid""i,mouth. butore th courthouse d .or .t "Ptiuko' In Bradif As Will Be 1n1950fly I Some of these things are desirable completed. -Ifttlon; 41(I of At. t I 101"I, I \4 if the ("niixHtutlon t- '

b dl, .. Florida. or ",o much thereof a* will be itecoaHnrymi .. Things John of the 'Htul.' (lr Flc.rlda.H- ,
du- for tnx* H e t opposite the am.., "ingi-thcr withh [ J and some are uot. Miami DeachVork on log to hondi Ii(!. and the Mini" la
tl .LJt' ,anil udvi tlln gr. C. A, FCTCH Tux' Collector 3. Collins Memorial Library here hereby agrrmrl to and shall l I.., ,.\110.mltto',1 -
1 \ .
w T. J. BROOKS Assistant Commissioner to I the olciiorit of I tho. Slat at .4 1.
T.s.. ( will start shortly. the Ccrnral I I3lfotl l.ni of lL.-'prrtteiit a- .

fI.... ,r It A .0\.11.. ..tI. : (.::0.'. Too Late to Spray Contract will be let by) state tlven. to be held In 1.10!! foi ..ppr..1.
1.NrrIIJtIDfl : or rejection. That said Se<'ti,<.,n 9nhftll
m________ highway department in Novemberfor
F. nf NW hit aiikndeil HO as to itnd. Atf ;, j
1""" fl tof NW'1 of'iF' K the trend of things In tho universities. Truck For Fungi construction of about 10 miles. follows:
J.
r & run h 50 United ,, state highway No. 5, between Sulphur /Section! 8. The Legislature shall 4
States continues during the Foreign shipping .will be vitally I
Ion have power to provide I foi In ulntf
N
A \y. 50 tt------ U 8 U _to ct.._c.. :1Iobb.' __ ____ 7.01 next twenty years aa It hall during augmented. and the greater partof \Vhen Trouble Seen I Springs, Tampa and PR-MOO Stnto hnndH only for the our; p'f: : '
.
b.Z; r- .' ', ." rep..III"yIn.R"'o"' ,. or 'unpprcMBlmt. In- -
a 330' o' . .,.:' the last twenty years we shall the Increase* will be betweenthe i county lIue.Jacksonville. urructlon.. and the Counties( Dlntrlct ,
r"NW
s'II;::, '.tof .; :').. nee something like the following: I two Americas. Branch plant ofFord or Municipalities. of the State
,Id.. of Church Gainesville Kla.--After fungi of Florida shall have to lx-
t' powor
1
ft South A few holding companies will Sociological l .will reflect Motor Company resumed op.
104 cbang-os '
: ,
r \ i have caused plants to turn yellow, sue bond only after the name shall
C( '" ,V 104 ft to <. ". control all the banks other than these economic changes. There orations. Have noon) approved by a majority of t't'which

o ? ft'l' ( thpn.tt t.. N bW---alonll'"r'1' 23 8 22 Mary M. Lee ___ ..03 those set UI by the Federal Government -' will be fewer and lewer Individually wilt. and fall to the ground it Is the vole. cat In an election In } t
using majority of the fre.holicrs ,
,2" by
the plant
too late to save
l 'inNW cornerf 1 Federal 'U"to1: \ I. :tl'IITJoU'II ,B 4 I.80J .
Land elector .
Reserve conducted business establishments. who qualified rnnl.llnwIn
are
Acre- 6 U Oeo. :n. W.IIer
NW'428 ___ 8.11 F. Weber
Dr. Q.
of f
fungicides says .
r , "4w Banks and Intermediate Hurn Counlle l>)Htrlrta or Mu- .
Orl1r. Credit Mercantile business [
; ; fi Rio dc. 2 28 8 UD.. C. Jone. __ :.. U.U associate plant: pathologist at the Hereby notice I I. given thnt under nlclpalltlea shall parltclpute to beheld '
,jTOWfl JI -------- Banks. will be consolidated as other Station. Fungicides i and by virtue of that certain final In the manner to be pre.eribed ,
W .0 ft Ir>t... 8 8 , .;. Florida Experiment dei ree of foreclowine made by the by l law: but the provision; uC this
t lit 28 8 U A. I. Carantz& _ _134.63 All railroads will be merged and kinds. The more peoplethat work '
__
Town In
( \ 15 Orlrlnal : are applied to plants order judge of the Twentv-elxth. Judicial Act shill nrrt uialy ti> the refunding
I If 3tP"" ft ,'" of under' one directorate. Thousands for wages the more there will be a Infection by the rirrult In and for Bradford County of bond issued i xcluBlvely for thepurpos.

( .,flUDCiV,rnr 'f Illt 1 BlOCk of miles of trackage will be aban change in the home life. This to prevent Florida, In. Chancery on the tllh dav [ of refundig of the bond..* or ,
noN 106 'W' 88 various parasitic fungi he stressed of August A. I)., 1930, In favor of the Interest thereon of eurh, Coun.
1iid i05 tt to Call. ..t Jjj I doned. will how radical effect in the since trouble Is seldom recognized lM.ua J-Ugue, and against Kllinllraildai ,; lien, District or Municipalities. 1' '

8It 10 b.slnnln. 01'111' Trucks and busses will have rearing of children and this in k. wlilnw and heir Of A. II. 2. I. .,EtA /, .
-------- 28 6 22 Mra. Maddox _____ GO.lG until. the parasite is firmly Hraddock, deceased;. and- Villa Hradrtock .
,1 Town at NW -o..n..r'r most of the light freight. and the turn will affect the minds of the established and Is too late. a* administratrix cum te..tnmento JOINT nEROr.l1TrOProp."ln.:' ;
9cin &. I of the estate of A. Ii.ltrnddock Amendment to Article IX of '
w"lnut ptreetl larger part of the passenger traf I children of the next generation.; annexo
to
& and dusts. the Constitution of the tate ofFlorida
' Can et 140 ftI. Apply the sprays deceased find l>:]la Brad-
I. "'I 't, nn point of begIng ..I fic. Churches in the country will be the plants as soon as they merge dnck. guardian of ,... L. Hraddock Relative to Taxation andFinance ,
", R N 105 ft 'Vft Airways will have assumed! almost totally abandoned. Various minor heir and 11. V. Knight giuud-, to lie Known a. election" ,
Ihpnc"i. 10 ft to bell'' 28 8 U D E. Knight ........_...:_ 20.80 through the soil whether!' In the lan Ad 1,11111, of HHld minor and t hit 12 of Article IX. '
$ lOG large proportion: and will have tak. denominations will I gradually 1 seedbed or in the field. This first mild. W I I.. Uraddock, minor heir of III- IT IIUMUNVKI: : I1Y TUB; I.KCJI3- ,' i" :

IJ.t 62'11' rt I boUfldPIlthWk & V1by HI ,.' 0'' en over an appreciable percentage merge Into one.> New methods of A. II. llinddock, deceased defendants, I.ATDIlll OF T1IW 8TATH OKF .
rt S & .; : l application should be followed by the umlerftlMTiit'd, an s|",*tlal lilneterwill [NO It IMA: c
; 11 N by .Jeffer of freight or passenger traffic. business organization and of ,
procedure That the following amendment
.. sale In front of I the
often offer for
("nn ..t ._____ 28 8 U Sam Roeenberg __ .._ 28.13 other applications! aa as maybe of ,4
n.1 8 by of will be adopted. couit huiiHa door I In Htnrlte< I'loi Ida. ArtUla IX of the ConntltutUin ;
,
lot corn 4Ji tt .V requited keep all! new growth; on the 6th ""y'.f U
: corner or Block)31: 18 ft Radios wllj be an numerous as Home conveniences will multi- of the plants covered with the fungicide H.10, tci the highest Hnd l b..t bidder. Hectloit 12 of sail Article IX be, and ,,4.

lIn W on Call "t bath tubs ply till the well-to-do can operate for cash, the following describedproperty the "a me la hereby eprree.i, to anti
In Infection
aT ft 3 and thus protected from -
tt E ( shell be BUlimlttiHl. to the elector of
1I105 and being In Utuilfoicl -
'n 28 8 U >.1. M. Alvarez ___ ..._ lying
82.3'
, 105 rt Ie hpg ____-l3Iockt Small towns will be smaller and with very little drudgery. by the numerous parasitic: County, Florida to-wit: the State! of Florida at the general ;

L holloe ond' lot-Starke cities will be larger. Preventable dlseHes will grad- Lot Two(2) aol the North one- election to he held on the flret Tue. .
known all tti n gi; half of lit Three (1 > of lllock Three day after the first Monday In No
lI.e, bOIl."led. N by S Call by Farm population will be reduced ually disappear. Longevity; will Bordeaux mixture 2-4-60 formula (1) of I>avl niul, Trilby' Additionto vembxr, 1930, for ratification or rejection. '

W Iy, e I., l'e..k 11e to one-fifth of the total popula extend by several years. The satisfactorily the Town of Starke, 1'nlilli' H"o- ,
.r lit E by lot .1. has been" used very ,,, 1 Floridatogether . Section 13 For a. period of fifteen
r. dN of llrnilfoid County,
Z8 8 U D. E. Knight ______ G6.50 tion. birth rate will materially decrease.
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11 tt'h In the seedbeds anti on with all tenement and years from the befrliinltior of operation

flock 22 OrigInalwn In the grain belt farming will Labor and capital will no longer heiedllanient i nil Industrial plantxhlch u,
S to be
8 __ ------ 28 8 22 D. C. Jon... _______"'_ 38.U young plants. the strength 13. M. JOIIN9IHpeilal shall be etabllh In this Stat. on
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Dlock- 22 OrigInal be done a large scale, directed by bring about strikes or lock-outs. Increased to 4-4-50. aa the plants Master or after July lt. 1929.! engaged primarily

,wn I S ._,,____ ___ 28 8 22 Oeo. 1I18rcotte _-___-_ 81." managers. Each manager will op. Neither capital nor labor can master. develop. The spray can be applied J. r.., FnAZI'I during said period 1 In the .

2 4 Block 19 erate thousands of The will Inter Solicitor for Complainant manufacture of teal vessels auto.
of land.
I ft LoiN -_128 8 22 Bradford County Dank 268.60 acres government any time, but preferably when I 9-5.lIt-108MAs'rllt's mobile tire, fabric and textile.
Town
,gina' or W'Ao lots-- 2j..tIt The owners will be stockholders.The vene in all disputes that cause ser they are dry. In (contrast tile wood pulp, paper paper hair, fiberhoard. ,

I4 tt 19 OrigInal Town_ Z8 8 22 D. C. Jones ________- U.80 farm labor will be done by ious trouble. !! N\L.H automohllen, automobile I
,,, 10 tt of W%) dusts such as copper lime should parts, aircraft\ aircraft part, (lias
I (I E. N lot 8 blockrIliiflaI 20 wage-earners the same as In manu Very few things will be classedas be applied when the plants are and: Cookery Manufacturer,. and the

10'', ft Town ______.__ 2Jj..8 22 Mra. Bonita E. Jones. __ 88.15 facturing at present Farm prod- luxuries. Everything that ministers Hereby notice IN. given that under le fining of "UI\'JLr; and oils, and ln-
wet. Dusts such as 60-20-20 or and by virtue of that certain final chiding by-product or derivatives
I 3 &: Frarl Lots A 24IgInat & ucts will be marketed by large to the physical or mental advantage 75-25 can be applied to the plants decree of finer leisure made by the< Incident. to the manufacture of any

Pt W 60 tt Block 28 8 22 J. F. Klckllt..r 8.41 gales-organizations and purchases and comfort of human beIngs Judge of the Circuit Court. In and of the above products, shall be exempt
Town _-- Jrr. In any stage of development with for Bradford ,county "'h'I.I... In from all taxation, except that ,
-1 I Block n O..hrlnal. will be done through purchasing will be considered a necessity. little danger. Fall truck Chancery, Hitting on the 18th day of no exemption which such become effrctlvo -
___ 28 8 22 A. K. Carantzas _____ 38..5lot" very
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I .wn departments in this organisation. High-tension civilization will S"utc-ml cr." A. J). I 5311 In favor ofIt.'iiilleh by virtue of this' amendment .
1 8 6 Block 28Ina crops such as peppers eggplants W. M. a. Complainant, and Khali extend beyond the year. IK4H.
-i-1l-.8 22 O. C. Sweat &; Slater T.70 Millions of acres of land now have rellrheI.I'poltlwhere Inetn- against Noon Klnle Uradley 1 .
'i"'Wl i poor ) cucumbers,' tornadoes celery and l ;: tllr."h' The exemption herein authorliilKhnll ,
6 hi Is wife t , on aiiii not apply to real estate owned t)
I being cultivated In stages clency will be automatically eliminated -
1 lot TO ft many should be spl'ayed or .
I Ulock 28 ex potatoes Sflie ]lilt Ms. defendant And lined by mich Induntrtul

70. tt Town In NW-__cornergnRl ___-_ 28 8 22 T. W. Sweat Est. _____ U.08 will be abandoned for agriculturalpurposes. will dusted regularly for the best results The, v>*tindernlgneil,il I olTer for Hale an Kimclal In front Mas"icr olh plnnta aw'except the the location teal estate resulted occupied to- '
Beggary not be allowed.
r 4 Block U.J. M. In appearance and yield, lie I court houtia door I In Hlarke' Flor I hoiiMn': smith, IndiiHtrlal: plants I and the .
I]
I 0 morlt 33 J. M. will be abandoned. will be cared 'for at public ex on Monday the 6th dnv of October, t together with such land a.* '' j
addition _______ 28 8 22 n. M. Spnrkmon _____ .82 A. 1'. II/an.*) to the highest and best1,111cr may be required for warehouse. . ,

hull Stock 84 J. M. Johns __ Country schools will be consolidated penso. tintonril\ IK Ilnofdlnf, \ t"o;; ,cash Hltuatvd the following: and\ being;deHtill Ktiuagfl. trackage niul shipping t'l.*

Idltlon _ ._--_- 28 8 22 O. 1!. Inman _________ U.11 schools. Y Taxes will be shifted to a different ()igailIilIi/> ii* Among V'lorMn I In .''rad/or.// /: county y, !I''lorldii, to-wll: cllltlr.il. und being Used for such pur-

JIIork 31 J. 11.hll. A number of ''Earning Uot 1'Mve and Lot IS: In Woodlawn poe
2 larger studentswill bus's. and ,
I : power 1.'I'nltIl V > *< bl U' Growors t4
ad.lltlon ._______ 28 6 22 D. C. Jones __________ 32.88 < K< all III Ni4'l toil' i IH. Township Five. /' 14..e.*
5 Block 1 L. T. & be enrolled correspondence taxes will be coordinated. Confiscation South, Itanicn 22 Itest accoidlnw to
4 4 __ 28 8 22 .J. W. Edwards _____ 18.GO A JOINT Tins6L.UTIOV: Proposing
ndditInn - courses than In the colleges and by taxes will be unknown pint of Woodlawn luiordeil In t the
'L & Col.tkn . Jacksonville, Fla., Sept.: 12.--' An Amendment, to /Sect! ion 11 of 'I,,
Block 1 L. T. i.iihll.reiordx' of llradford. county
,7 _--_-_- 28 8 22 C. L. Peek. __________ 3.43 -- ----- - --.-. - -- ---- -- Plans have been going forward for Florida: :: on page one nf Jlook o Article the Ktata IX of of Florida the Constitution Relating of to I

G L. T. & Coa. I'liitM, containing 2"* lu'i-m. morn. or
Block "
I 28 8 22 O. W. Snellsrove ____ 7.80 Time. some time on a Florida Vegetableand Taxation and Finance tIn all to
_ less, IncliidlnH of abuttlnitroadwaVH
i4IIon k,47S, 9 L- -T -&--Cos.idition. -. Jpll..n, ".r..r It A Oiser A Coal Fruit Growers' Exchange' and :'.hn.- '.:'II{ forever lemain provide Authority for the State of "

.________ 28 8 22 C. L. Peek -___________ 84.G8 LoIN open to. publlo Irav..l.J. Florida to Levy and Collect In. '
234 Block 23 Temples It Is that good
understood progress I.. KHA7.KR.pei.lal hefltunca or HMtate Taxes Under
.5 R 9 10 mock 11 L. T. addition ______ 28 6 22 T. R. L. DaughertyII ___ 611 Certain Condition 'fa4
J. Pearce _______ 21.G3 Is being made towards completionof Master.
22 P.
8
... ____ 28 Lot ,
adiUtion 6 Block 23 addition
CoN. Temple K >f. JOHNH HH IT IIKHOIVIJI] > IIY THA T.EOI1-: ,
I Block 14 L. '1'. & Co.. _ ________.._-__ 28 6 22 -. O. Mason __________ 264 such an organliatlon.! L. MHhodes : I-ATfllM OF TuB STATE OF
Orlm. __ __ .32 Solicitor for Complainant.
Idltlon _ __-____- 28 8 22 Joe All Block 29 except lot 14 commissioner of the State U-2ll.3t.10-3: KI.OIUOA:
,5' 7 8 0 Block 18 L. Perk's addition - __n 28 6 22 C. L. &. J. L. Peek ____ 13.35 That the following nmendment to ;,
Unknown ______ U.80
addition 28 /8 22 - All lot. Marketing Bureau has been active
Block 80*
'o. '- -. ((18 ) Hectlon 11 of Article X of the Con
7 mock 18 IT., & Peek' addition - ____ 28,8 22 C. L. &" J, L. Peek ____ 18.80 li bringing about the formationof KOIICM Ol' Ul'AHIMVV ".'LI'] stltntk.n. of the Slate of \Florida re.
28 8 22 Mr. E. D. Bennett Est 6.21'' |
_
Oh. adlItion, _ -- All Block ill 40I..t.> Peek'a \ -- latlnftr to Taxation and Finance be,
10 11 Block 19 LivngIthfl addition '. ___________ 28 6 23 C. L. &" J. L. Peek ._:,. 2.64 this organization", and advises Notice 1 ii* hereby given that thirty and the name I..*, hereby a.ree,10..

Truby &; CvlO. adtiofl. & All Block! 32 ((13 !lots)' that tentative plans have been approved ilay after dale' heieof, on to-wlt; and liiill, be submitted to the elector
_ _.______ ___ 28 8 22 Llvln&lIton Co. _Truby_____ 8.25 Peek'a addition ---- 28 6 22 C. L. &. J. L Peek ___ 16.82 by the association most Interested the Oth ilay of October, A. D. 1030 of the Stats of \Florida at the .
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All Block 33 ((14 lot) I. 1 umlvmlKned 11'01'.11"0 of liar Oeneral. Election. to lie held on the ,

ok ID 21 U (35 lots> L.A .. }.....k.lI. addition ____ 28 6 22 C. U &. J. U Peek __ 18.60 and these plans; are now l icy* <'h..MHer, Clyde CheHnar and Jer first Tuesday after the first Mon
'na. addition ______ 2S 8 22. C. L. Peek _-______-__ 18.80 Lot :2 I 8 4 I 5 0 7 II 9 10 12 13 before the Federal Farm Hoard bit (Chevner Minor heirs of henry day In November A D. 1S30 for

L i8 4 5 6 1 a 9 30 11 18ek 14 Block 24<< Peek' addition I.. Chestuer' DeceaMed' will apply to ratification or rejection, that I I. to ,.,

'! 24 1. 7'. & Coa. ad- _ ____________ C. L. A J. L. Peek ____ 22.47 Car final consideration. the Honorable: Ueo. A. (lardlnerCounty lIay. that Section 11 of Article IX of ..
,lion _ _____________ 28 8 22 C. L. Peek __-____ 8.n Lot 1 2 < 7 10 Block 85 Kelaey B. Gardner fruit and Judge. of llradford County, the Constitution of the State of '
I 2 13 14 Block 24 L. Peek'H addition ___n__ 28 8 22 C. L. &" J. I.. Peek ___ 9.78 Florida for an order to veil at prlv Florida relating to Taxation and Flnanoen .
CO". addition ___- 28 22 Unknown - -_______ 7.79 : Lot 3458 Block 35 Peek's vegetable specialist of the co-op- ate Hale the one-nlxth undivided Intercut be amended *o a* to read a* .

188411 121314 I addition _ __________ 28 8 22 F. L. Turner _______ 799 erative marketing; division of the each, of ,Bald Mlnor'd In and follow
26 L. T. & Coa. adtInn Lot Ulock 35 1'eek's. addition to the following described land ta N..otl"n'1J., No taxes upon Inheritance ' ,

,lock _ _______ 28 8 22 William C. Prather 18.00 _ __.__________ 28 8 22 Manila M. Ostrase __ 204 Federal Farm Board has been In wltl nr upon the Income of rel.
.89 10 mock 25 -L.-'1'. &. Lot 7 8 11 & WV6 lot 10 Florida for some time lending his The Southwest quarter of the Itenta or cltlsen. of this *Htat hall 4
0" addition, _______ 28 8' 22 Livingston. T..uby & Co. 5.21:! Block: 36 PeekV addition. 28 8 22 C, L. & J. L. Peek ___ MS Northeant 'quarter. /Hoctlon! Thirty be levied by the State of Florida, or
T. 4 Fracl Lot or Block A A assistance In the formation of this Mix ((39)). Township Haven ((1), /Mouth! under Its authority and there shall

,. addition t 6 Block_ 21_ _L.__ 28 8 22 A. ,$tarllng _ -___--_ U.H B Peek'a addition ____ 28 8 22 C. L. & J. I.. .Peek ____ 1.14 central organization and it Is expected KaiiK Twenty-two (22) lOaxt of the he exempt from taxation to the head
TalluhaeHee Meridian contalnlnw 40 of the family, residing In this.
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Lot. State
46911 Block B III.Ing .-
,6 addition 7 HI'lC'k _29_ L.___T. _&_ 28 8 22 Mable Helen -Mer.ereo.u 13.15 'H addition - __,,__. 28 8 22 Hoover Ilroa. ?_?____ 7.99 that C. C. Teague fruit and acres more. or J less, Mali. land lying houMvhnld I good and personal: effects 5

k 30 exrept 22 C. L. Peek __ 12.35 28 8 2.: D. C. Jones _._____ 432 ( )) Hollar, provided however.
8 -
___ 2S
addition ____ ---------- - ----------- --? will make a trip to Florida UrnThin
lot Lot 7 8 Block B Rising' 10Jo11I Eth day of flepleinber' A. V that the. Legislature may provide for- 1i, ... '

-I.L. T.m"'le&' Cns.83 ex..pt additiOn 2S 6 22 C. L. Peek _________-__ 2.G4 addition _ ____________ :.8 6 22 John A. Curtis ________ 4.32 some time soon In the Interest the asHfBHirient. levying and collec-, ,
.. 15 & E 38loti Lot 10 11 12 13 14 Block 6 of this movement. 11' rUt. HOl'llltOMA I CIlBSHIJIt!' : t lion of a tax upon Inheritance of"
I 3 Block
3 4 Block 15 4 lots inning's addition ___ 28 62.: John A. Curtis -.._. 9.78 ff-B-St-lu-a J Uuardlanof for the levying iff Estate taxes, not 1
Indication are that Florida exceeding In the
aggregate the>
I & E! 88 ft ints 8 4 All Block D E F Ill.lng' .
Ik 18 L. T. & Co. Sub addition _ ____________ 28 6 22 John A. Curtis _____ 31.10 vegetable growers are going to : O'8'8'-] eiiti'itv: ; amounts which may by any law of
the
''v _____..__.--- 28 8 22 Annie Mack Colotl1.an._ 13.12 All Block. n H I J K L plant the largest of United, Htate* he allowed to be efp"

lots 1 :2 I 8 all lots S.4d inning'. addition _____ 28 6 22 Goo. ii. Weller _-____ 15.03 winter acreages this major To the, Hhi-rlrf, of Ilrndford, County any credited similar aefalnst tax upon or deducted Inheritance from*. ',
aide truckcrops
Commencing M of coming
17 4 lots 11: \ on of tha tate of Florldai, or taxen on estates assessed or lev
; f Walnut NW .
Corner
st at
all lot lIlnek Pullum 23.11 of lot \ season that have ever. been planted He It known' that I, U A, ClltAYHeurttnry led hy the United Htate nn the Barn.sulject .
dlY ____ 28 8 22 D. P. ------- Baptist parsonage
T. & < 0". PUb in the state. of mate of the tate o but the power of the LrIl'I.-
A run K! 210 ft N 70 ft W
,k 21 2G 26'27 eX lots Florida, du hereby give .nolle that lature such
to levy Inheritance tuxen
-
210 '"'' \ -ie
& lots 3 ft to Walnut streetthence : ';'___... ""
k 4 DI'k t7 a. or Kstata> Taxe.. In this State .,
Dlork 28 L. T. & CO.. 4 Co. 8.49 H .on____said_____*t__tobeg. TRAIN SCJ1I'IJULI'iOur .;3.v: ',:81I, ..:1.1':........Y shall exist only so lung a*, and dur.lag -*
,ib dlv. _--_____ 28 8 23 Livingston T..uby ? 28 6 22 D. B .KnlghtftUfakj._. 69.1! I will be h...M In Urailfurd County the time a similar tax I* enforced -
I 4 Block 80 4. lot 8 Lot 123 Block 22 Temple -,* 'J*,-. State i.>f Florida" on Tueidiiy nexuu by the United States against

lock 31 L. T. 4 Co.. eub addition ___..:._- 23 6 22 J. W.. Elwarda,' ', l_ 6.11 .. <.vedlnw the first( Monday In November. Florida Inheritance* or Kitate :and: PC"
V _ ____________ 28 8 22 Livingston Truby'4 Co. 2.84 One lot of land bounded U "." schedule changes; 12:01: a. A. U IttJO. the said 'rues. hall only lie exercised or enforced, '

3 4 .I' W/j lock 84I by Temple avenue 8 by :,;;c'. m., Sunday, April 20th and train dav beIng theFOllllll to the extent nf absorbing the 4 'I :
Coa. sub Pratt .t.. W by Hnnder.on 'Il' II,tV OF Ntt\'RMIIKH: amount, of any deduction or credit
I" 4 Truby will follows
,'V. ___________-___ 28.8 22 Lulu Duhart ___ 11.78 Lane N by land- of N. T. ,.' run as : For itepreoeittatlve of the HecomCoriNrreNHloiinl whlih tony be. permitted by the law l ,
.
I, 2 8 h N'/( Block 85 Rltch except one lot 100 \ ;.' Local No.1. southbound due I DlHtrlct 41 f the Hint of the United Mtuten. now existing or

T. & C.or... lIub dlv ____ 28 8 22 AIf..d Ba..ne.. ____ 11.48 ft square| In 8F3 corner_ 29 6 23 E. VT. Ilaye ,,+__.,4..___ 5.51 Starke ;J1:11: p. m. of Florida In the Heventy-Heooiid"' hereafter enacted to he claimed by 0. 4'reason
One lot of land bounded N Congress of the United .
"MlateH.For
Blur'k 40 L. '1'. & Coa.Ib ". 1 thereof a* a deduction or
dlv. _______--- 28 II 23 Billie Brown -_-_____ 7.80 by Block 31 Original Local No. 11, southbound due Secretary of State of the state credit against such similar .
1 Block H L. T. & Town H & S by Ry A" W Starke 1113 of Florida.< tax of the United State 4 I'
ot 1 sub 8 dlv. _______- 28 8 22 Joseph Orant -____- s 4,32t by Thompson. 8t _______ 28 6 22 R. Is!. Sparkman -_--_ 38.842S | a. m. For Two Juntlcei of the'Bupreme applicable to Florida[ Inheritance '

t mork U L. T. & Co.. On! lot 105 ft square In SW Limited No. 107 southbound Court of the Stile of Florida.For . or KstftteThe. [...1..

',b dlv. _________-____-. 28 8 22 Julius Butler _____ 8.G4 Corner of 8W(4( of SWttReHldenle 6 22 E. W, Drlgger Kst. -_ 2.54 due Starke, 10:45: a. m. two Uallroad' Commissioners. :latura may provide for the appro
Block (Uaskln) of the State of Florida.For . prlatlon of all taxes' collected under .4.
.
Coa.Ih
t nJock, _43_ _J... T.___&__ 28 8 23 .. Laura Wbltmore _____ 5.23 hounded N by Madison st. Limited 101, southbound 'due One Member of the Inline of this Article to such. "State' County. .
13 Block lIv. 43 -L.u T. 4. -Coa.' K] by Adam st. 8 by Lafayette 'i Starke 10:36: p., m. Representative, of the State of Flor" Municipal or Educational purposes .4.

uh dlv. ____ ____.___Cos.ub __. 28 8 23 hoover 3ros. -__-_ 2.09 One lot 52Vi st A ft W by by 105 st.ft In.. 23 6 22 Ed Burn _ ,_-__-___117.38 Locals Northbound: IdaFor County HurveyorvFor a* It may deem_advisable._
Block dlv. U__ L. T. 4 28 II 23 n. o. Pllrfortl -____ 7.89t NR corner of lot 7 I lying No. 2. due Btarke 5:43: a. m, Five County Jomml..loner.. A JOINT IllSBOr.UTION '
------ For Three Member Proposing
---- of the County :
220 ft 8 of Madison st Abounded "
4 Block 48 L. T. 4 Cop.ib . Co. 1.48 'V No. 12, due Starke S:05: p. m. Board of Public Instruction.For An Amendment to Article IX of .\ ,'
Truby' N Edward I
__ _______ _____ 28 8 22 Livingston by the of
lot dlv. L.- T. 4GN. 15 by Sanders St. _.j.._- 23 6 22 H. a. Mason_?.?..._ 3.44 Limited No. 108, due Starke, Justice of the I'ea'-e In and Florida Constitution the State of.
3 41
Block Adding Thereto
fur the following Justice VI.trlcta by an Ad
___ 28 6 22 lIa.el Williams -_--- .32 One-third Interest lots 1 4 5:53 ,
___ :
sub dlv. _ .' p. m.Stark. vis: dltlonal Section to lie Known a* 4'
Block addition
2 J. O. Jon.
lOt 2 Block U L.I '1'. 4'GL 8.43 ___ _____ Mott & and Wan Branch No. 1.6. T. "Hectlon"' IS" Relating to the Tax.
____ 28 II n Jim English -__-- - ___ 28 6 22 Turner darrl .48 nee : '
sub dlv. ___ For Conelable In and for the fol- all"' nf Motor (chines.fin .
t 1 .. N'1 lot 8 Block 3 Beg at NW; Corner of Bay ,,- No. 101 leave Stark. 7 a. m.. No. lowing Justice. Uutrlvt, vii: IT JtKSOI,VBD HY TUB TROISIvATIlRM ; .
vii &: Truby addition __ 2S II 22 A. D. Braddock ___ ae.n A Madison *tt. A run N 102 arrives 2:40: p. m. dally except No.1. 2, 6, 7. or TUB BTATE OF i
I. I 8 Block C N. J.Ohoa 105 ft. W 330 ft tn Broadway ,,\t.., In Te.tlmony Whereof 1 )A ,'. .,
addition _____--Z8 II 12 -. A. K. C.ranteae. ___ 11.G3 at. 8 on said ..t 106 Sunday., have hereunto set my That the following amendment to ,
I. l234&$3tiockD I SN. ft to Madison st thenceB T. J. Griffin agent. hand and altlxed the great Article IX of the Constitution of the
J. Jonsi addition ___ 28 8 22 J. :r.1. Alva.. _-__-__ ''n.n on said *t 802 ft to (Heal) seal of the elate of Flor State of Florida relating to Taxation

1 I .. N 6 ft lots 4 6 4Onek beg _ ___-______ '21 6. 22 Mrs. Josephine Edward 47.77 Ida. at Tallaha*"... the and Finance' by adding I there .

E N. J. Jones adlitlon Block 3 Dowllng'a sub dl,,. 28 6 22 E J. Dowllog __ __ 16.53 Blue Has HchedulmSouthboudd Capital, this. the twentythird to an additional section to be known

_ _____________ 28 8 22 J. :II' AlvaI' ______ 15.31 Lot 1 2 Block 2 City Park day of Atifuet A. 1; a* "Section IS" 1In.o for the
'. 4 5 SoflBnckB .1- sub dlv ____________ 28 6 22 If. B. Wiggins ...._ 2.54 -9:37: a. in', 11:37: manner of taxation vehicles

.Pt N 6 tt N. J. Jones Lot 4 Block 2 City Park a. m., 4:07: p. m., 6:37: p. m. 11-: n. A. flltA T.8eer.tary be and the name hereby.
-ddltlon _ ___--28 6 I U Mary O. Walnwrl.ht 88.7G sub dlv -- -_ _---_ Walter J. Redmond 1.57 of State agreed to and shall be submitted to ,
: : n
addition. Edward Burn .. : : 40 p. m. To W. J. the qualified elector of
'. 1 2 Block IHIihwa Block 1 Oaskln ? 45.08 Kpperion "Sheriff' Bradford | the State of .
1 I II
4 1
O. Walnwrl.ht __ 11.43 Commencing at SW cornerof Northbound County. u-t'ttt-10-H Florida, for ratification or rejection
addition ___ as 8 22 Mary -4:50: a. m., 8:53:
Madison A" Myrtle .t* at the rieneral. Election to b. held . .
litton 15 Block 1 HighwaY ad-_ 28 6 22 Blanche :r.r. Wainwtight U,30 &run2t0ftW210ftN a. m., 1:83: p. m, 4.23 p. m., 8:23p. : NbTI1I OK" KI.KfTIOH f>n the first Tuesday after the first ,

'. I 341'j'TlThlocki 210 ft to Madison it m. Monday In November, A. D., 1910. _______
_ 28 8 U :Ifary O. Walnwrl.bt 11.0 thence B on aid. *t 210 that I I. tn *ay, there "h'i be add.ii 4 ________
_
Hlrhway Tickets
I addition -. I ft to beginning In Qaa- .." and Information at WHEREAB. The I..> llature of to Article IX of the Constitution of p..

I Block. 1 Temples ad.1lUon ,,__ 28 6 22 Bradford County Dank .&.31 kin. addition __.-_ U I 22Commencing B. C. A C. S. Holt Smith' Service: Station next tc 19tv.! under the Constitution of HS the Htate of Florida relating to taxation V, ___________

'I I 4 Tlicij'T.rnple5 sendorf _:,;:'?, .,__ 26.66 Courthouse of the Htate of Florida, did pa.. four and finance, an additional section '.
__ _
addition _ ____________ 28 8 22 Mr. a. M. Jnman .0.911 210 ft B nfSW 'ff.r'' Joint Resolution proposing amend aid to be known a. "Section 13" nf I '
I ment to the Constitution of the Article which shall read aa fol ,
t. ;
'
I AMyrtle ,
:2 I Block I pies4lItIon 1> corner of Madison "
>< \ 6 22 D. E. Knight _____ 18.80 Contract let to Marianna Lime Stats fit Florida, and the same were low: "
________ 28 sts run 8 on Myrtle to 'by Section 18. Motor Vehicle. .. ______
: I 1 a vote of three-fifth _ _
!i 4 5 st 210 ft W 310 ft N .. ,. Products Co. for constructing 1rr1 shall be
Block I Temples 21.53 .. approximately member. elected to each property subject to only
,t.4iItlon'I ________ 128 8 22 D. E. Knight _____ 210 ft In K(Oaikln 210 ft to add beginning __- 29 6 22 D. C. A C. 8, Holt 30 mile highway In houe that the vote on said Joint one form of taxation which hall be
I Block .
1 1 I TempI.. KeHolutlun a license tax for the operation of
were entered their
sendorf _.._ 6.82 upon
addition 28 8 U T..uby &tThomas: fl.fg j> Jackson and Bay counties on road such motor ", ehl I..
_ L .--- 4.1. of reHpectlve yea <: which license /
Co. - -'. Commencing 210 ft W .. No. 20 between Panama City and and nay t :;::nrl.i'd.ld: determine tax shall be In such amount and lev ,
and
4.t I I 8 4 Block I TemII 8W corner Madison and direct that the said led for such purpose a* the Leglala.

.. additIon J8 1 22 D. E. Knight __ 11.0 Myrtle *t* A run W /:210 Cottondal. Joint He* lutlon* be submitted to lure mar, :'la\1d\ provide, and shall"' ' _ _ _
'.. Block I Ternpl..rad. ft to Westmoreland st Tampa-Y. W. C. A. to build the electors of the Htat( at the lien be In lieu valorem taxes a**
1111;n _______..___ 28 4 12 C. L. Peek ___ '.'8oldll thence 8 on said "t 420 ft em I Klectlon In November H30. eaaable against motor vehicle. a. ,n
'ti, 4 j Block '1 T.mpla. R 210 ft N 420 ft to beginning \Ii" new home at Twlgg and Morgan THEHKFOHK. f. II. A. personal property.

\ Ion _ _____ _____ 8 8 U C. L. Peek __' I.U Oa.klns'A designated' on streets to cost about 1100,000. or'f-; .. of iitat.; of the _ _

I"') ft I& i In lot I and; lot. aa map Clark of 3 A Block addition____ U 6 22-. B C. A C. a, Holtlendort Sarasota Tree-Rip Citrus State of Florida, do hereby five no- The vote .cast. In .compliance. with '

tltlon.ock TempleS _= 211 II U'I D. E. KniaU _ _ 11.110l'tl *.? _.. ..._ 10.3f Product Co.. organized recently tlce that..aH KHAI' F1.IWTlOwwill : canvass said proposed, declaration amendment and. and return the ________

Lot 7 S 9 10 In Everly. ;. be held In each Bounty In FlorIda _ _
inlot4&South thereof shall b.
/ 1& In addition _ _.._.____. 2* 6 22 n. II.. Btarkey ___ I.U plan 125,000 citrus Juice extract- on Tuesday next .uoceedlnir'the and subjected to theme ; '
I regulation ,
lot I block restriction .
TmpI5. addition _ __ I'ZS 8 U IL E. Brown --, '.U Lot I .15 U less I B 10 ft Ing plant(h re. Tint Monday In November A. !>., are provided by tow for general a* ,
FL A H acre In NE corner U 1O. the. Haiti Tuesday being the election; ;
Block In the State of
10 Stuart Work Florida
A Temples on-high school ,
,. ZS S U C. L. Peek -_r_---_--- ... of 8E4 of SEVi Is** E 30ft FOUHTII" IIA V OK" 5tOVKWHKIt IN< TESTIMONY< .
WlliiREOF :
1""I\l\ ;: 32 O. C. Sweat U2 _
It < athletic lIeld
&iots'jjIflT12 - ?- _. completed. for the ratification or rejection of '. I have hereunto set ________
11 14 I l-7 acres land bounded B the said, Joint Keeolutlon proposing
Block 14 T.mpl. _ _ n.n Cltra Enlargement and Improvement my hand and all'l..dthe 'A _ _
\ by.,
hutch 9 amcndmente
\ pe.k -
C. L. by place to the Conetltutlon of
______ II I It Great 8-al. of the
II l fAUo: W st N N line of of packing house the mate of ,
lo by by .. operated Florida, via; SEAL State
<< --T.mple.-_____ad41ti08 21 I It z. n. nltch _,-___ ____ _- ".an BE* of 8E"4 ______ u 6 32 -B.rt_ Bogart __ ..''U by Crosby and Wartman now A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing laha.*of...Florida the Capital at Tat p
of
I. An
1112 U. 3 Acre In NW corner Amendment to flection S of Ar.
.. addltloft Block_ _U_T.m.I' u 1 It C;. L. P..k ______ ,_ '.It "8K'4' of 8Kb I A f acre' InIIW under way at cost of about (.0.- tide' IX of the Constitution of the this of the July.twentythirdday A. tx 19o. '3
corner cf NBtt of Hlae of Florida Heisting to 80"" ..

_., Blk" _U .T.mp1.-2 ad.tioit $ S It JLPeek- 1.54I BE-4 _ __.___ 21 < 22 Edward Burn. _ _. '0.0'I 000. l RE3 IT RK:$OLVit: > UY ruM LKUIU- -l-13t-10-24.. Secretary.R. A.. OIt.AT.: s'tat7f'1r''lt'I".r..T .. _ _

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i.I.;) ,'CoN: EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TKLKGRAPII.;: STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAV. SKPTEJI: ln.R: 20, 1ftOIJ :

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hour And the sloganof when the husband who seems unworthy eiTs, ,allowance' '--
IJ has adopted ; law
-Sradforcf"Couflty'Telegraph i low down and see our townor of description, stagger ComIetesTwertym] : : : feebleminded- : and the **

i !! J;l Established 1877 I From Other PensStarke I speed through and return and home stewed to the' gills this para- Years'of Service Gainesville\ separai epllak In*t
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'y meet our mayor. Several persons gon of virtue will probably lam schools for boys and
If-, . . .. ,. .. manna at
.. ._-- L-i = have already met Mayor him over the bean as earnestly and and Ocala aim $,

t 4 I. Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class Telegraph says two million Stevens, much fo their regret. The effectively as if she were a red- ChUdmia Home* HIM Carrel for Including the bill Di "versl, 'd'ug' on

rlr? r w tb'f, :l' Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida eggs are being held In cold mayor has no Intentions of making headed and freckled Amazon who aoO5B Or|>lionn During state department '> mblic! 10'
storage In Orlando. Orlando must Waldo a speed trap but Is determined never heard of a siren, or wands That Time fare. v

.I i : E. S. Matthews, ____________________ Owner and Publishei be expecting sdme punk shows or that, motorists show the or enchantment and all that sort The society la doinu! I I ,
'I political speakers.-Tlmes-Unlon., proper regard\\for the liven of the of thing. Marcus C. "Daddy" Fagg com- piece of CQnstructiv.preventive slut"

i 1 ", J. C. Robinson ________________________ Managing Editorli -o- citizens, over Whom he rule .- ----0It -- pleted twenty years of service to service f,, "(be weU"
;
li k. -- .. -- The editorial "Who Drives the Gainesville Evening, .News. Listen, I Had e. Boy Florida's homeless, orphan and hood of the entire uat* chi h I
SUBSCRIPTION RATE School Bus appearing In news Mac the driver who can get sixty needy children on September fifteenth serves the confidencE and
(E. B. Van Buskirk, in Winter tad '
n In Advance papers of the state proves beyondall per on road 13 thru Waldo Is too during which time exactly ous support it hat gap
Months 75c Payable
:f Yearly, $1.50; Six Haven Chief.) nelved 1
tall l 18 be at large. '
argument that here. We crazy to running 22,055 little ones from wee babies organizations. bulueM af

; Advertising Rates on Application will!! now dust off and have ready ------uBelieving ---- If r had a boy, I would say to him, on up of every creed and belief churches, civic clubs ,

_U .. .. .. .. .-- :"Yes Virginia, There, la a Santa that fruit and vege- "Son, and from every city, town and Individuals from evpr\ Icboolt,

b A screen masterpiece, all-talking, "The Silent Enemy" Claus."-Tarpon Springs Leader. table growers of Florida hays a I Be fair and be square, In the race hamlet In Florida received the aid, the state. porting

-- -- fine chance of "cashing in" this you must run, care and attention of the Chil- > la speaking of his '

Rf 9'it I' 0 The Ideal Pet season on ,account of the failure Be brave if you lose and be meek dren's Home Society of Florida of (In Florida, "Daddy Fagg entJ.,

{ :} Encourage high'school athletics by attending the games. Bloodhound for sale.-What amI of crops of all kinds In the drouth if you win, which he' has been the state su- affectionately known all OVer I"

; y o offered for one year old Beautiful area of the. Mid-West, growers of Be better and nobler than I've ever porintendent. Ida said, "I wish I knew bur F:

t animal, gentle, good watch Florida are preparing to plant increased been. adequately )
hide Hundreds of these home- express (the
suit manufacturers : "We utterly
Good for bathing very
4gut slogan
i .a i dog. Will eat anything and especially acreage to fruit and vegetables Be honest and fearless In all that less children are today living and cere gratitude that rill my '
AL'2u h,
y, nothing.;. found of children.-Port this fall. In the Plant City, you do as I recall these twpim
being loved--cared for and educated I
f? +ti Jar' --0--' Angeles (Wash.) News Wauchula and Starke section the I And honor the name, I have given -in the very choicest famIly great happlnes and SP-M yean In'
sr the
-- -o- acreage plauted to strawberrieswill \ work of the
t A hick town is where they refer to bridge players as you. homes In Florida and are grow Chlldrei |fume
_ M; feel' There was an old maid In Starke. be greatly increased. Vege- clcty of Florida foi 'i i. ,
ing up ,to )lives of real happiness ,one, ,j
lea prize fighters Ancient, and ugly and tan. table growers of the Everglades I( I had a boy I would want him and; service Instead of becoming a orphan and needy ,'h'' /,", '? 01(

_ dlsarAq -0 She grabbed a guy in the dark section will plant heavily of all to know menace to themselves and society state. The. real ,'r, an!' for ,

1r'' Sir Thomas Lipton deserves a cup for being the world's So now she. has her a man.- kinds of vegetables and it l la stated We reap lit this life .just' about, Under "Daddy" Fagg's leader- growth and service qt') ( SOrI i

y New Port Richey Press. There's all the citrus crop this year will what we sow ship-and with the aid of forty- belongs to my fine 1ft )f Io..

best sportsman. /' rhyme but no reason In that eclipse all previous' season Good And we get what we' earn, be I It /fire capable associate workers In era, the wonderful m,", IIId, pr(:

-0 "poem." times are ahead' for Florida.\ little or great, the four branches of the society en who compose out ')oaIdof

Picking up hitch-hikers is about as safe as playing withan - Tlmes-Un'on.! Regardless of luck.and regardless with receiving homes at Jacksonville rectors, and the goner, M(, folk) ]
Two St Petersburg residents In -o---- of fate. over Florida whose
Pensacola, Miami and Lake- lupnort' \ I
unloaded gun. an attempt to break the speed record It is not customary to think of land-and" under the 'supervision made our work posoibii t0elj!!

p ',y Maw'' 1.. o- between that city and Cincinnati the North Florida counties as being I would teach him and show him of over two hundred of the choicest -, with the newspaper ). (the, nand ,,|

_ that' I : Auto license tags are listed in "What's what in Christmas only succeeded In breakIng attractive to tourists, but some the best that I could men and women of' the state the wonderful mmii es vl

IrxCy, a the I, 4. gifts" this their necks.-Starke Tele- of them are getting started In a That it pays to be honest and up- who compose the four boards of have, provided home, (or ,
year. Which real tourist business that will not only
graph. exampleof
was a right and good, directors and the' women's advisory homeless children. I hop 101 c
o > "breakneck speed" most likely bring business and money to the I would make him a pal and a boards-the' home society has tlnue In the great work (or (wj

Chief believes is in all Bronson Journal. counties themselves, but help of mine.. ; more and
; Apopka co-operation great help partner i had a remarkable growth in sup- years serve many m,,
.y it lY'( ;1y; ? matters and especially in the kissing game. -0-- Florida conserve natural resources And show blm the things in this port and In the services it has rendered thousands of needy! hlldren t,

.I Florida Is the only state in the of great! value. Take Levy world that are fine.I and the society can rightfully will appreciate the'contluuedil
; l o Union where raise county, for Instance. A Jackson-
t \ growers can lay claim to its generally accepted port of every man woman J
J On very good authority it has been reported that a lip- I two crops of cucumbers a year ville company has bought eleven would show him the things that title-, "Florida's Greatest child In. the state"
r ; one in the fall and one In the thousand acres of Its old cut-over are wicked and bad "
stick will last for two auto rides and' week-end party. Charity. ----- .-
: one spring. Times-Union. Para- land to turn Into a hunting, fishing For figure/ this knowledge should
In 1910 the Society caring
was
+ r' o orlcnlly; speaking, then, you only and boating reserve. While come from his dad I
t I,P.eltl P. ; have two tummy-aches a year In sportsmen fish an'd hunt, the pro- I would ,walk: with him, talk with for about 90' 'children per year. BOOTSEY'S BEACH
? i Now they blame the dry law for destroying the art of In 1930 about 2500 children will
Florida tected land will have Its forests
h'ra! play with him' too
::1 eating. In this the greatest art is getting somethingto receive its aid and care. In 1910
respect (1- restored, nd :wtyUe sportsmanlike And to all of my promise strive to
the of children
; daily family un-
tectiiutl? ? eat. Some Georgia papers are complaining regulations are, H enforced, wild be true. Mr. and Mrs Lacy Norman.

l l'tt lw r of the crowded conditionof game will ,have'.a"chance' to Increase der the'are and supervision of daughter, Cleo, Woodlawn \
0 the society numbered lens than O.
att their state prison farm In Bald- In .numbers., -Melbourne We would grow up to gether and visitors In this section' Mon 1. llillyard (Wash.) News has discovered that when man In 1930 the average dally family
;t win county, which was built for Times I'd be a boy I night.
grips the steering wheel with both hands he is riding with 600 prisoners and is trying to care -0-- And share In his troubles and has numbered about 850 dally In Mr. and Mrs. G. W UoddonlJ,
: 1910 the did not
Society own
? his wife. for 668 men. If they will\ come to livery Hetn. Yearn share In his joy I ry of Foley spent last Friday hi
anything, not even a typewriter.
f.i Florida they will\ find at RaitorU (Carrollton (MJ s.) Conservative) We would work out our problems Today it has four receiving homes at the bedside of his sinter ill I

0it the finest state prison in the One year out, of every seven together and then L. M. Murrhee.Mr. .

In Minnesota cattle being driven across a public highway world.-Perry,News weather conditions are such, the ,We would lay down our plans valued and other at over properties$400,000.011.and assets In and Mrs. Darby fiaskl
"
r have the right of way over motor vehicles- In Florida they -----O--' ---- scientists:\ nay, that crops are apt when we both would be men. 1910'the'largest' year's income of spent the week-end with her pants '

1' k'' take the of Suwannee Press Association to fall. Therefore, the Smithson. And oh, what a wonderful joy It Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Carl|
right way.t the Society did not exceed $3700.
will hold its next meeting at a filling ian Institute advises farmers to would boNo Last. the Income Mr. and Mrs M L Thomp
year was over
o t station. Members are re- regulate their plans with this par.tlcalar pleasure in life could be greater 1110,000.00. In 1910 the numberof spent Sunday near Lawtey vlMi,|

Ma Powell of the Times-Union is in favor of administeringether quested to buy a round trip ticket year always In view. Agricultural to me.Finding. contributors to the work all her parents, Mr. and Mrs RGriffin. .

to ,those who insist upon telling about their operations. and check themselves before leavIng history shows that lack [ a over the state numbered less than ,
home Starke Telegraph. of rain a late summer, or an early Mr. Charlie Gasklnst ot Dotli'
A Way Out .00.: Last the contributors
Ditto vacationists. year
1. summer Which leads us to wonder what fall will produce unfavorable con- Inlet, spent Saturday night af
(Palatka Dally News.) numbered over 60,000.In .
o the aforesaid filling station fills ditions for mass production once Sunday here.
P 1910 the had three
'em with. Bronson Journal. approximately. At the very time when the News Society .
Inverness Chronicle reports first grade shine selling up every eeven years
; workers, all) untrained. Today the Palatka Southeastern fcij.
had conclusion had
"Efforts,, have been made to reached the as
there are 65 cents per point. The point is you can't drink it Ford owner--o-In New Port Richey teach farmers IB the United States many residents of Putnam county, Society has 45 'of the best trained opment and holding ('0.. 0Tt

1 Cllasay without your toes pointing up. found one of the bantam automo- that ft la the I bust t policy to follow that the building of the eastern child ton. welfare workers. In the na- zed to establish plant for mat,|

o biles wedged between his front ," it was slated on behalf of end of Highway No. 28 had been paper of flax fiber
fender and bumper returning the Smithsonian( Institute, "but so Indefinitely abandoned, George In 1910 Florida was In 29th Avon Park Funds seem
Anyway, Hoover is the first president to break into the upon Hills, member of the state highway place among the 36states that had for constructon! of road III
far have with little
,E from a trip and Is now advertising they met suc-
tt newspapers for having a punctured tire. It would have been for the owner-Starke cess. Men who depend on agricul- department comes to the rescue state-wide children's home socle- Hooker Hammock, new state pal

girl fi news had he changed the tire Telegraph.. Maybe the owner had tural production for their livingdo by the display of a most com- ties. This year there are only south, of city and went of SebrlBOt'a
three four child welfare iJ
; or agencies \ I
Grande Gasparllla
k; shrunk up to match the bk a\ and ,not seem to ,I realize that soilsIn mendable resourcesfulness. -
o In all America doing a larger here be remodeled and mode'
rI Mr. Hills In interview In to
an
4'tat was too small to be seen'wltb. the the United States are the tame
We'd say the make-up man somewhat evened things up naked eye.-Bronson Journal. as soils In other countries. The Jacksonville the other day with service for children than the FlorIda tzed.

_ Y 0r_. average farmer seems to believe John W, Campbell told of his suc- Society. Eustis -' Rice Brothers Paling ,

1pCw?,; t atinhaec glancing Steve Foster knew what he was that politicians can control (he cessful efforts to secure state convicts la addition to the actu.ai care Co., Acme Packing Co n'|
page. that the Society has given to over Co. all I
Sea Foods Products
endpnaib' doing when he wrote the world- weather, and nit a consequence, for the clearing and gradingof
o / the thoroughfare In order to 0,000 children during the past Apalachicola, formed corporal''|
wide song, "Way Down Upon the wilt not heed the warning that !:
Florida authorities going to have their of accomplish this he foihid it neces- twenty years, and the more than known as Florida Canners,, Inc.
are a problem on Suwannee River The Suwannee one year every seven Is boundto
tJaltr'h two million dollars which Supt. Build here 1
l hands this winter in handling the thousands of tramps already ]- l Is one of the laziest rivers In the result in.absolute crop loss" sary to unravel some red L,tape as has grapefruit cannery
Fagg raised to do the work Stuart Georgia-Florida I
No. 28 Is federal -
it aid road. He
d tap world and at the same time one 0-
',,,..It. ,' a pad ii making their way into the state. of the prettiest. It crawls along rfceiiM Comes First took the'matter up with the U. S. and pay for the buildings and line: established station at S\\pr\\ \

lr. r tM1 I engineers, made a special trip to equipment-the society has drafted Service filling station.
o sluggishly In and out among the (Lake Worth Herald.) ,
i' +'I'"tare' ( ; Georgia hasn't the funds to hold a second primary ac- pines and palmettoes and Is as It Is getting around to that time Washington obtained all the official sponsored or secured passage Florida led the Southeast ell ,
A: 1>Ai t of practically all the child welfare for conatrltlon
of
lug month July
k.'s and is
o. required to
soon
crooked of when their
Times-
1 as a rail fence. year sportsmen'grab
cording to news dispatches. This might be one of the cases measures that the legislature of of $5,9' I,
}),' jR a1r Union. guns and go hunting for birds of begin throwing dirt. work, with total
} i +ttt t where in Palatka Florida passed during the past two 600, according to figures roles t
rrdei' poverty'is a blessing disguise. 0 one kind or another. The state San Mateo, Bunnell .
Atlanta with and fish and Flagler counties are especially decades. Chief among these mean- by tW., Dodge corporation. a
o dally came out a game; laws are strict, and
under a debt of gratitude to Mr. urea are the Juvenile court law Apopka *_ Hawthorne Sanltl!
front scurehead saying the the state commissioner'sforces
uhllI page game
_ Starke assesses 17 mills for operating-. different de- child labor law, compulsory education modern u'
' storm had missed Florida. For the are on the Job. Men who Hills. So are all the counties tra- Market opened with equ|

partments and to pay off its bonded indebtedness, a record not benefit of anxious Georgia residents have a'honinto bring In a bag versed by the Palatka-Lake City law, wife desertion bill Moth- ment. I

. e" found in many other modern towns of its size.o we'll pass along: the Infor- of birds would do well to acquaint Short Route, from end to end. Also

mation that Is missed Georgia also themselves with the provisions of the tourists and resident who
I" 'bo ? --- -Starke Telegraph. Only to goon the state and federal laws before will: save time and gasoline in their

t4. 1. ,+ q Bradford county stacks 'up well with other counties of further up the coast and muss they take a shot. Full informationon motoring Into and about Florida. C

I ''t AP4 'fit the state in number of producing farms and in the amount of up some of the states further licenses mar be obtained from For the speeding up of this proJect -

produce shipped yearly to northern markets. north. Wonder if that was a Flor the county judge's office where II- means more to this Immediate
i ida section than any other with which
Q storm-Hronsou Journal reuses are Issued Official records
1, *pr1 .,r o -- -- show 09 arrests made during the he. state road department has to
i
;jT jug I,, Prominent among the news carried by newspapers of With the number of canning month of August with 62 convictions. do.

ta yl, tor the state are plans made by cities and towns for ridding their plants being established In thin 31 pending and 16 dismissed. The road department is going

; state, they'll soon be canning ev- You might not be In the "dl further still Mr. Campbell was
,44 F Per borders of vagrants already becoming a nuisance. erythng! about the grapefruit except mlased" class, eat better take the told It Is going to let the contract

n,) om ; o the squirt.-Starke Telegraph necessary precautions and observe right away for a bridge across

When a school bus stops on a highway, a state law requires Who would want grape- the law. state highway No. 3 at Dunn's
I r e fruit any way it It didn't have i In Its September bulletin, the Creek. a structure that should
desiring to to first come to a full stop l
every car pass have been built It
e"ft' that delightful uncertainty aboutIt state game and fresh water fish years ago. was

R, It (is only a safeguard for children who. are getting on or off which the squirt tends to eating department .tees' this forceful at this very spot on the morning MEN OFBUSINESS

br the bus. that delectable fruit.-Oronaon quotation hON?: Theodore Roose- of the last gubernatorial primary . . .
t
t that Dr. Fond
Journal., velt: A. Hathaway was
0 0--- --0--- "No man U above the law, and seriously Injured when his driver

h ; With state road 28 completed from Lake City to Flora- Congressman lt. A. Green was no man Is below It; nor do we ask failed to make the detour an accident -
t.vtad
home and assurance that the project from Florahome into \lu town recently and was cordially any man's permission when we require that was used by his enemies I

greeted by many of his friends him to obey It. Obedienceto as political capital. Many
r 8 0 I'alatka would be let in October, the entire road will'be openedto
i Ii g here He paid tho News a call the law In demanded as a right, other serious accidents have ocur- Isn't it a pleasure to get ,4j' '

1 kl traffic early next ;year. while here, but ye editor was out not asked UK a favor." red, there. Always the possibility down to "brass

H ,I,.'' a 0- at the time and very much regrets --- has existed that the span might tacks"with trt #

act, One has only to drive over Florida highways these days falling to see him.,-Mctntosh Just Toe Gail To lip<< True cave: In, as did the one at Rice's : people who UNDER- '

a v Newel We have never heard of (The Arcadian) Creek, on the same highway that STAND ? Our officers
$ to realize what a debt we owe the state road department for that kind of "At"/ before. What The society editor of.a Nebraska : cost two lives. There Isn't abridge have keen

{ draining our land's and providing a, good pasture alongside kind III I It, Brother UendrlxT paper expert at spreading the I : in Florida, so far aa we r a grasp of local

4'': the hard surface for the cattle. Palmetto News.Suwannee gravy recently described a bride 'know, that is as much a discredit business conditions: they
i\ '
rr, I I to: the '
----o- >n this extravagant language: commonwealth as the dilapidated can and will lend Intelligent r

Al O Press Associationwill "The bride J Je a woman of wonderful and dangerous one at Dunn's
attention
l ,; ue ,f{!1 In; redistricting the state to provide for the new congressional hold'Its next meeting at a fill- fascination and remarkable_ Creek The news that It Is to be to your
business problems 1
district, Bradford county may be thrown in with Ing station. Members are re- attractiveneMR, -ror, with a manneras leplaced Is good news
pf quested to buy a round-trip ticket enchanting ,as the odors of The News has always felt that '
( Duval. Congressman Green is a famous artist at hand shaking s
and check themselves before leav flowers, and: :'Plrlt as joyous as Chairman Bentley of the state
'11., and his big hat and flowing tie would soon be as well ing' home.- -Starke Telegraph. the caroling"or' birdsand, a mindas I road department and W. A. Bank of Starke w -
'
A A known in Duval as the balance of his district. You've got to hand It to the Su- brilliant ln,9 glittering tresses II Shands. Gainesville, member were AN HONOR r
( wannee Valley outfit they're so that adorn the) ,brow" of winter, I friendly tb Putnam county. It nOLL.fJANKI | ,

0k full of something that they're able and with a heart as pure as the knew little of the state of mind of ,

It would seem the Borah license law, which will protect to keep their organization together dewdrops trembling In a coronetof ttr. Hills, a new member. It felt

fttJY '4;': shippers of produce and fruit from unscrupulous brokers and and hold meetings every month violets she:will make the homeof that the other two members could

something no other state organization her husband a paradise of en- be*.depended on to pull for the
?' commission! houses, will at the same time protect buyers from >er
communities
can do.-High Springs chantment, ;where the heaven- nearest. home, since
;'. unscrupulous packers and shippers. It means that the man Telegram. tuned harp of Hymen shall send funds were scarce and demand Insistent. -

{, t a ; who' dell a shipment of cull strawberries nicely topped off -.--a- forth those sweet strains of felicity It la very glad to know

n i t with' good! fruit Is going to be'forced to make the shipment The town of Waldo has become that thrill the .sense with the that Mr Hill* not only Interested
tired of'seeing motorists pass ecstatic pulsing of rhythmic"rapture. .In this section but that he l I. ''so
::1 KfJ or the federal courts"will teach hima, j very expensive through the heart of their little ." mentally alert Nu to be able to overcome >'

Iron on honest packs. city at from 35 to 10 mile !per Some bunch of hooey. And existing difficulties.

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