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: October 3, 1930
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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STRAWBERRYBEING the Come mother home of to us the;ah church, the, men WILL .B E ISSUED! "the Red"Courtesy Monteith Service, manager'of Station USING FUNDSBROUGHT r a

mother 'of civilization the know something of
mother of alt our liberties, their service to motorist who stop
TRIED the mother of education, the (' from ".'Iortd,. For llralth" Slogan To at his station for tire repairs UP
mother of all 'kinds of goodlnflue'haes | i and attend IW Tarried On N -w and baa always considered
of the himself as good as the next 1
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Plant City, Sept, 30.-StrawIrry Robert A. Mlllikan, the High ; one in this line, But he finds I j
growers of the Plant 'City distinguished' scientist says Front -for Florida now that he has been depriving Such School) Moneys< tiring Used q akpf ,
tags automobiles
High -
and of the state tha more than ninety percent of For Transportation t u'I
L* in particular ?, which will be Issued with his customers of part 1
1 general are being given an op- of all chalrltable and Held. the regular/: state license tag, are of the service due them froma I
Irtunlty )this season to'witness philanthropic work would officials now being made at the state prIson modern .up-to-date service The question of the-legal right .,
I fntt'r'BtItJg experiment with an cease did the church stop of farm at RaIford and will be issued station. of county school boards to use district ;
lilrely new variety of berries ala functioning:. George Bernard -\ath- to motorists by the license On a trip to Live Oak this funds for transportation of S 1t
farm of Dr B. H. Sanchez of Shaw the famous playrlght andi! with tag agents lu each county for a week he discovered that even pupils from one section of the ;
I1 city several miles west oIn I suggests that all churches d small Bum the latter part of November the tires of a service station county hall been brought before
on road No. 17. Having ex- Sunday schools and religious this year, or December, It was statedat manager were not above reproach tate authorities for solution j '
rlmented on a very small scale institutions be closed for / chance the office of'W. S, McLIn acting and one flattened as It was said here that the practice +
],t season with 56 plants of the I two years. In that time he Give motor vehicle commissioner this gracefully as could be, considered has become common In most ,", ,
Jit more variety, Dr. Sanchez says everybody will be con- t' by at- morning. the weight above and sections of the state, especially In P+ ,
i thin fill planted two acres of vinced of the Infinite valueto The tags will have the outline the pressure beneath rubber. the rural communities, and that in +
143 plants human society of the this after figure of Florida on the left side Live Oak Is not without Como places suits have been rl d Yrtk*,'
I To insure accurate comparisons Christian church and will with the word "Sunshine"1 printed craftsmen! and the wheel was brot&kt against the school boardsto r
[ah the Missionary strawberry, give it the support which it across It, with the numerals, soon de-tired of the troublesome halt expenditure of public r }i
VI In practically universal user merits. Any observing Informed : >- 1931. between the outline and the tube, repairs made, the' School tuud for transportation of to 1"
the|, production of strawberries and thinking person border of the tag and tho words bill paid without formalityof pupil' .
this section of Florida! Dr; will have to admit that both 'Florida for Health" over the.balance ' a discount to a fellow N'liool Closed i;; ;
Inchec has set out two acres olo the above statements about of It. serviceman and "Red" took lit d few places, It was claimed e ,
Blakemore variety under ax the church are true. It is the TQ ,<.Tn* tag -will not only advertise the road homeward school buildings are being closed 4
lily the same conditions as anre great stabilizer, the great Xhrt ,stat 'but will save Florida thankful that In these mod and the students taken miles to {
( of Missionary planted right promoter of good morals and motorists In other states from beIng ern times of hard roads and another !building In order to con-'
lug, side the new variety. The good government, and does I stopped and asked "what service stations It was unnecessary I .sutldatu. facilities and cut down ex- ;'
[ants were produced In practlcal- more by its Influence to restrain ler l about their front tag?" The slat to soil one's hands penises of more than one building, 1. rai
| the same soil transplanted to and hold In check the law field the same days and given lawless elements of society Home 35 miles from Live : ot public Instruction, old '
o same fertilizer. The land than does all the public forceof open their Oak, between Lake City and I I |i'e department would take no ao- a w''
of
wn which the new plants have the country. We are all when Large.Field Lake Butler: on road 28, too liUJi In the matter unless It were '
leu set Is said to be identical withat beneficiarIes of the church of \ eleven Fox new for even a filling station forced! to do so stud he Indicated c.
used for the acre of'Mlsslon- whether we belong to it or /; "" Js ached Hunters to to have a toehold, but new tt-rtt he favored the consolidationsin
I 1 berries which will be used for not or ever enter Its doori. o'clock and smooth to tempt one to in '' interest of economy and better u / ,y
[comparlHon throughout the sea- We owe It to It to honor it, iproteg) ** ot Meet MondayOne keep the accelerator on the school facilities in communities -
n. and lup'port' It. Give the 48 ) e of on''.: floor board, a thumping ,and I unable to support a greater '
The new variety was originatedthe church in are expect; I number of Institutions. rxl '
your communityyour of the largest fluid in the bumping from the same ,
United States Department support and co-opera- battle. This: history of the event Is expected to wheel caused "Red to Attorney General Fred H. Davis $ { 1
Agriculture In North Carolinad tion. You will thereby helpto be for the :Tor compete: In the Florida State Fox change hastily from the ac- asked for a written opinion by li, fir
Maryland. It Is claimed that create a better commun- at undergone Hunters Association's field trIals celerator to the brake. a county board of public Instruction e. k@
.berries produced from this va- ity, better moral conditions nlle training and bench show which starts at I The tire was flat-so flat replied: k'' '4> i
ty are more uniform in size and better business conditions Coach Lov Keystone Heights next Monday, it was unnecessary to call in I "In view of the fact that the
|il! carry much farther than the better conditions of every October 8. another service man for a attorney for the school board has /
ttmlonary.! It Is said they will kind. This Is what Roger will probe' The superb program which has consultation. advised that the school board has W
rry 1500 miles under ordinary Babson Is continually telling for the Tor been arranged by the officials of Cheerfully "Red" searched no legal authority to use county
imjierature dr without Icing and the business men of na- : the organization starts Mouda his flivver for a Jack-hi* funds for the transportation of
rive In good condition at thed tion, and Babgoq is lie authority Right end afternoon at two o'clock with the one regret being the Impos- high school students It occur tome ,
of such a journey. onl' business. Right half bench-show which will last until sibility of collecting/ from that the local board should
Ot Interest too, Is the large Next Sunday October 5. tackle four p. m. In this branch of the I himself for a job forced on abide by the advice of it* own attorney ,
Imber of plants the Blakemore has been designated as Oo guard affair the contestants will be 1 him during a pleasure trip. and I would hesitate to + A
rletj will produce In a plant To Chuch Sunday, by the Center awarded first, second and thIrd Ills search for tool. revealed glva any dvlce from this* office 2
d. Dr. Sanchez fuund that his pastors of the churches of place ribbons' In the following/ the usual coqdltlon in which., would In. any. way' conflict w
a nursery stock plants set out .Starke, and they are urging/ < Fullback' classes: Best dog, best bitch, best ''a'; service 'inane* car-lie had' with the advice of any other, attorney ti j
March had produced 210 to one that there be a general turn- Left end pair and best pack. the jack-the balance of the who had already been con"j" r
against 28 to one for the MIsmary. out of'all our- people to Left tackle half At nine o'clock Monday the equipment had been left at suited about the matter
church that 'day. Go to your' Horn Blowers contest will take homo for Junior to play Laws Out of Data.
Throughout the coming season own church, the church of the guard the center of the stage and from with, but after considerable "Mont of our school law were '' p
accurate check on every feature your choice, or to some the I second set present Indications the field of exertion he pulled the trou- passed long; before automobilescame
of
strawberry production will be church. We all want a bigger by Eldredge Ed eatberlunged looters will keep the blesome tire, revealing the luto common use, consequently t
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pt by Dr. Sanchez on this new and better town with ; Mast and neighbors from their slumbers for cause of the trouble and relieving there Is very! little to ba-
rletY'' better business and a better Ida ; and quite some time before tie champion his mind as to toolsto found which covers the transportation t *
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spirit of cooperation and can be selected. make needed repairs of students In one way or
of
l This set
ulb Industry At mutual helpfulness. There fo'J*' see much All dogs entered In the derby The Live Oak artist had another, ;
pt
is no better place to begin ob The will be numbered during the after- left his tools In the casing! It has usually been considered
Waldo Will Bring bringing this about than In of sub- noon and -nIght of the sixth and "Red" III now convinced In'other counties that' there was ,
the churches, making themgo ties / but every no dog will be allowed to be entered that particular repairman lea nothing to prohibit the school '
Over $50,000.00 Increasing their effic for prac- after that day. The derby medical student working board from transporting high ; i'4
iency. Help make next Sun. will a chance III open to all dogs under two years his way through college. school student If the board wished wee
-' day a banner day for the game on of age and the races; will be run And for some unknown to do so. Most counties are
ie Firm Will Skip l Over Ten Car churches of your town by lets Tuesday and Wednesday and the reason "Red" In collecting an only able to maintain one high r
to Northern Market With A your attendance. the winner will be awarded a beautiful assortment of selected junk school and it becomes necessary
Value Ranging From VS.5OO: to Geo. H. Lowry. I r liver.lovingcup.. and praying for that studentto In some Instance for the boardto a'
"MOO per Car. See,., Ministerial Assou eat f ' I'j'be.all-age I, race will start at [ have four flat in front of provide transportation from the. a
B 7100 a. n.. Thursday and will last his station In Starke. remote parts of the county and,
Sept .-Waldo might < e'tl three days with the winner recelvng this has usually been the practiceIn t a'7
; ,'m other i .,
the bulbgrowingcenter counties.
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silver
sit) a cup and the runnerup ,,
I0 I0Waldo More than a quar- : Must Secure Auto fire getting $15 as a reward for flu f. .
century ago, T. K. Godby : OtMvrvanv Ishing in second place. f.CATCHESTRUCK MOUTH AT AIMIOUY

with bulbs : .: ; ,, Sheriff R. J. Wells has offered }
1 gradually during the years la a six months old pedigreed pup to A right to the solar plexus '
ilch have passed since his plowing Tags ,By January the member of the association who spelled finish In the main bout, ,j .' rat
days, other growers have the secures the largest number of new OF LIQUOR the armory last Thursday night/ t e '
flowed In his footsteps until to- and prevention members and a spirited race for .. when Vernon Rowe of Lawtey,
T the Industry Is one of the Automobile owner In Florida GOY; Doyle hls'valuable prize Is under way knocked out Battling; Reeves of
let sources of profit of the 10- must have 1931 license tags on out .all .citizens The affair will not ba all sports WorthIngton Springs< In the seventh I
iity. theIr motor vehicle on January 1or la IfUer- since Messrs. Walrath and Pang- Prohibition agents brought griefto round of a scheduled eight C
During the past ten days three be arrested for violation of the of born, membera of the association, a truckload of liquor from Miami round bout 6MI ',
'load of Chinese Sacred Lily state motor vehicle license laws. our I have arranged a dance to be held Wednesday when they, seisedapproximately Rowe had a slight edge In the
Ibl, a variety of narcissus, have There will be no extension of has loss in lives In Keystone Heights Thursday 500 quart about I opening round when be floored, t t y
a shipped by one grower, the time'[ for purchase of license tags nearly night which will feature several four mile west of Starke, bound Reave with a terrlfflc left to the ' r ,,..1 ,
nnaway park Bulb Farms, hs! year-and the State Motor of novelty acts and stunts. for thirsty ones in New York City. jaw The second round was more
cu expects to ship during then Vehicle License Tag Departmentmeans a Entry blanks can be obtained at Tho truck, driver and load of iven. Rowe outpointed him from .r 1
at least ten carloads of business. In the past the Ufa. ha Keystone Heights Inn and booze were taken Into Jacksonville the opening round to the finish In , P ;
Ibe The Items which have been time I has been extended to February I traIners and owner should secure The agent evidently had ad- the seventh. ? ,.
ntractfd for the season's busl- 1.Walter, ural preven the necessary sheets and mall vance information a* to the truck's The first preliminary between + "
Include cannas and amarlllas. S, McLIn, acting state tremendous them to the officials\ as soon as posh movement parking on South Wal- Simp Pitts. Starke, and Johnny "''
"eae bulbs will be shipped tol1Ie motor vehicle commissioner, has every Ibla.IHH.. nut street and waiting until the Bennett, Lawtey showed the '. .
of the leading distributors, prepared large posters to warn lire' In mak truck' peeled them, and takingup brotherly love In fighting for by-
"dingAtlee Burpee & Com- the general public that there will :\ M.\n: DUKES: pursuit all It paused on through their ('oaatant'clinchIng.. The rr t
ay, and others. be no time extension this year. this loss I'AHMKM: AWAY town'headed for Lake City first round was given to Pills. on r
The mil and climate about Walh The poster bears the notice that Fire tba larger -- A* soon as the truck driver became points i and the following three to "
Ideally fitted for the grow no one has any authority to grant the be avoid Mrs. Maude Dukes of Worthington aware of the pursuit, officer Bennett
tot bulb. The temperature In an extension of time, not even the made to Springs, wife of Earl) Duke, stated ha proceeded to make freelIae The other preliminary was a 1'' ,
nter la not too cold, yet Is cool state commissioner. The final date step ,." ha con- aimed away Wednesday night, of a pall of tack, scattering draw between between Kayo Mc
'ugh to December organ- them across the roadway In hope.of Millan, Starke and Powder Puff {. ;
make firm bulbs. The for use of 1930 tags I I.* Sept 24th, At the Lake City hospital -
stare supply 1 III consistent and 31 and alt motorists who drive automobiles Ing : : .. *, It came as a great shockto puncturing the tire op the car Harter, Starke.
"I distributed by a clay sub-soil. with 1930 tags on the fire ; women's friend 'and relatives. She had : following. This failed to '*>p the The semi-final ended In the >
DO other liable In furthering been lit officers and the truck was" halted fifth round wheel Battling Dick. '
part of Florida are first day of the .new year are critically for three month. '
"lltlons and brought back' to Starke. New River, won a technical knockout
so entirely suitable a* to arrest. are Mrs. Dukes was a member of ,
und Waldo, growers have Governor Carlton has no powerto by the Baptist church and, active in Unless state road force have over Slugger McKInney,
'd. extend the time nor have the : : church and Sunday school work. swept, the roadway free of the Btarke. t
Practically/ every variety of sheriffs or officials of any county, I She was the daughter of Mrs. : tacks, they are still there and sav.
'Ib may be grown. One grower the poster state. ed, : Grove Carrie Shaw of Starke. The survivor ,i eral motorists have received the H.U'TIZI.VCJ AT CHOHMV t r
*"allzes at present In Eaater Ill- The 1931 license tags may be : to un- are her husband. Earl and punctured tire intended .for the -
Other farms devote their at- purchased beginning December 1, Woodman three children, a daughter, Carrie prohibition agent* The churcho of Sampson City
gtln to amaryllis gladioli and but cannot be placed on the cars .. Sunday, Bell, two sons, Cortland and Shan- and Corinth will' unite Sunday In a
"naa. Most of the growers plan until December 15. I er degree non. Also mother Mrs. Carrie Illrth baptismal" service at Crosby Lake a
3:30: o'clock Rer. Colonel .U
have flower for the market, a* i : with Shaw of Stark, and six sisters, Crosby
ell' as bulbs. In white Mis Wilma of Slarke' Mrs J. M. Miv and Mrs. Leroy norman, pastor, In charge. An Invitation r,
to the public Is
ong other well known bulb NOTICEAll O. W. hall Shaw of Gainesville, Mrs Elma tarke,. son, Sept 24tb. extended.
Suers at Waldo, besides T. K.i"7 of the our p. m.. In Scaff, Mrs. Pearl Jones of Clear Mr. and Mr*. J. B. Brooker. NOTICHBeginning'tha. e
and< the Kannaway Park ', Bradford In a body, water, Mrs. Laura Howie of Zolfo Green Cove Spring, lon. Sept. 27, 'c ,
yarme are Charles Smith J. County Strawberry and Vegetable< Ores Spring, Mrs. Ida Shaw and three Mr*. Mabel Thornton Penney First Monday In
"olmer, Mr. Wasdln and Growers Association urged to Building brother, Leonard Shaw of Tampa, Frms, daughter SeP<<. ,30th. October the oOlca of Superintendent :
"wbc1Jrge and Detke, attend a meeting. to be beld'' FrI- of I, : latter of Starke' and Frailer" 'at I ,Mr and Mr** Joe GriflU Stark, of School will be 'open on
8albs evening October I,'-lut, 7:80 at N. W. Ralford.Sha" daughter, ,
are worth '*$. to ISO per day ( Sept. Jfth. Monday, Wednesday and 'Saturday
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: depending on ''variety. Each >.'m.' at county courthouse1. "* for For- was' laid to rest La ''Eliey Mr. and Mr. C. H., Beau,., Ral- of each week ' .

worth $3.500 17,000.9 a L,D- Greed, Pre.//dent. c New YorkY Chapel In Ulllo..' county. turd, daughter s.pt. 21st. A. J. Grlffl, Suot'f ,






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Plant City were in tow,, -
II |all,
I I II HAMPTON day. They were enrout!, \ 9
HIM Ada Mm.... Cor. sonville to Plant Cit 11J III

FARM NEWS SECTION DAIRYING I --.-

.- Truby Plufiolster of Brooker attended ' Duval Engineering & ,'olltttol
ing Co., received $174 .. \
church services here last ,!r.iu\ .ont
Dr. L. D. LeGeor, T. S. Sunday morning and evening. for state road work beiv'-eel''
blon,
Conducted By SulVmla.Ma.'nate tlcello and Capps

-- Dr.) LeCeur ala* a > * of OntarioVeterinaryollege,1892.TLirtyht I F"" M. Johnson of Jasper was. St. Petersburg. .piPUl,, ,
t jr'' x MiSS PEARL JORDAN Home Demonstration y Agent'J dUoaswa and ' ,
work. Eminent
It ,1 i veterinary authority on week. plication to 'dedll
i I raising of dairy cows, other livestock, and poultry. Nationally organize ",I- '. ,
I It Is interesting to travel over J, C. Keene and family left this stock of $150,000.DeLandSchoolli p"!
known b rturpr' writer and author. .
the United States and note the difference week for Plant City where Mr.
9 Proper ManagementOats In chicken houses in different n,'m, ,,lion,
Article VII mind that they are an accumulation Keene will be engaged In straw repaired. "

? I from 'many ancestors In oth sections. Invariably where berry business, and where they New proposed pavi'd

t apt And Rye Will TIII-: niftier IH-LL FOHYOL'K I er.words. they are family not individual poultry Is on a profitable commer- expect to make their future home. from Tavares to )loan. (IJIKhl

D.UKY IIK1U) traits. Therefore when cial basis real poultry houses have J. F. Johnson has purchasedthe one from Eustis to Mount pore() Ini

Avert Feed you use one bull In a herd, whichIs been built to maintain the birds In farm that formerly belongedto will soon be a reality iv

Shortage !Hflrrtlun of a Sire Can Make the usually the case and he Is mat- comfort and health throughout all J. C. Keene, and J. O. Lamo- -

I-III'C''NII or Kalluro of YrturAttempts ed with all the cows one-half of: kinds of rllmate. Birds needs special reaux will assume charge of it and -

3a }QA to Make ulrlnK the characteristics of all the calves I housing considerations just operate it.
With an expected
Gainesville feed shortage Fla.- In the gen Many County And Profitable, v come from the stre. In other like humans or any domestic ani- J, W. Nimmo was transacting
mal. business in Starke this
t words the bull Is half the herd jyeck.
lAr of Florida W.
eral farming areas
Y M Home Agent Will It Is said that moving picture Good chicken houses do not Mrs R L. Drown and children
l, 4 E. Stokes agronomist with the for better or worse.
the need to be at all expensive. It are visiting friends and relatives
( ] stars are assisted In their jour
Is
of
Florida Experiment Station We have in mind the record
Speak Over WRUF ney along the road to fame by does pay however to build houses in High Springs.
recommending the sowing of oats one bull which had a very good .
that durable and handy to Rev. Montgomery of Waldo, will
well-paid publicity agents. are
heat ,
& ' and possibly rye for fall winter pedigree. But most of the daugh-
4i ( work In, The of the preach at the Methodist church
example
Without any such artlflral aid country's r
'{ %dlaa'ft1 and spring grazing.: If they are ters from this bull were failures.
Gainesville, Fh ."":Planning to the bull has become famous in the leading poultrymen with concrete next Sunday morning and evening.
tab) not grazed too closely they will They averaged nearly 1500 pounds
/ broadcast a series of .39 five minute foundations and construction C, A. Dirt and family visited ;c.
public mind. First a well-known '
make a good crop of buy and ata of milk and 70' pounds of butter-
radio talks In which county tobacco! manufacturer named his that would do credit to a human M.'. flirts brother, R. L. Blrt of I M
time when It can be easily harvested demonstration fat a year leas than their mothers -
and home agents res'dence'! indicates that it must Galneavllle last Sunday.
product after the bull and dotted
due to few rains Think of the loss that meantto
from every section of Florida will to build the houses Mrs. Gertrude Roberts of Lake
plYn the landscape with huge bill pay poultry
,
N i 1; Tests conducted by Mr. Stokes the owner of the herd, since the
made in the
tell of progress being right. Butler was the guest of her mother -
T I have shown that Fughum and Texas boards depicting a mangnlflcent cost of feeding;, milking and mar
Y,1rU n Btat e ss major farm and home endeavors e angle that is frequently Mrs. N. Wynn this week.
animal challeglng the world. very
i r' Riitsproof varieties of oats or keting was the same.
t WRUF" state and University In recent years the expression ly overlooked\ that the poultry Mrs. W. B. Hicks who has been
r ''a R e 1 related strains such as Appier I of Florida radio station, the last twenty years we have xr tWi {
for several weeks in Jacksonville
""throwing bull" and other versions '- eeen house l in fact a house for humans
give best resu Its. Seed produced i Florida Ex the co-operative bull association us
and thetension Agricultural
to returned to her home here lastSunday.
In the Southeastern states have of the same thing have been movement successfully Intro- well as for the birds. Too \i "
Service have just announced often the mistake is made of mile
better than northern or added to our rapidly growing vocabulary ;
ukL6 ,, proven duced in this country. The ideaIs
seed two farm programs each day of slang terms. building small houses with low MI' and Mrs. J. W. Bedenbaugh at theAche"
western grown borrowed from
Europe. A
Best results are to be expected during the week of October 610. In dairying the bull is a serious of farmers roofs, slowing down the work and have recently been visiting friends!
The to last for 30 min group or dairymen get
programs and relatives in Jacksonville.Mr. .
it into inexcusable
when about two bushels or 64 factor, so much so that the success turning drudg-
together and form
utes, will begin at 12:15: and 5:00: an associationfor
V Some other be W. B. Hicks who has been
things to
failure ery. sure
of seed used or of a herd may easi-
N1 pounds are per acre. the purpose of buying and
well those eastern standard time, each day. ly rest on the proper selection of to bear In mind are to provide very ill at Riverside hospital. In
These
tests as as con- :
Ordinary
f' maintaining a pure-bred bull. In painshead
t station broadcasts frequency
The on a Jacksonville has friends -
uit'JI sire. good drainage of water and good many
ducted other experiment stations a
by this way owners of small herds ache and
neuralgia
of 830 kilocycles.On .
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here muscular
who
Experiments have shown that circulation of air so that the floor are glad to know that his
show that oats do best when a who could not possibly afford to *
planted in October the noon program Monday pure-bred bull when serviced with an yards will be healthful and dry condition is improving and be will pains, functional pains,
own a good bull have the
October 6 A. P. Spencer, extension advan- the headache
and
be home in
few
Rye is little grown in Florida scrub cows will produce daughters tage of the best.Frequently and /hat the birds who require a weeks. congested
but i is hard to beat for a grazing vice-director and Miss Flavla Glea- whole milk production will exceed a number of three times the consumption of Mr. and Mrs. J, a. Sparkman of feeling of a cold in the
state home demonstration groups
son that: of their mothers oxygen of other forms of anlmalsrwill head-how quickly
crop on average land. Abruzzl and agent will speak. Community de- by onethirdto are organized adjoining each oth- they
the Florida will usually one-half. There are countless be well supplied with air at disappear when take
& common rye velopment In St. Johns county also er. If there are three groups, for HEADACHERELIEVED you a
toy
stand heavier grazing he records at experiment stations to all times. The house should never tablet or two of
0i' instance three bulls
will be discussed. On the evening are purchased. -
t 'teat said. Rye should be planted about prove this. Second generation cows be In In a low pocket or hollow in
gudckl program pine-apples In St. Lucie, They generally plan to have DR.MILES'
the time oats and about from the same or equally high-! which cold air settles. Whenever
{ ttm same as grapes In Lake flowers In Plnel- about 50 to 75 cows-to be served . QUICKLYThis
ti' 60 pounds per acre usually give grade sires' will likewise show big In each possible a southern or southeastern This Pwtly VtfeUbl. riD
Then to :1tJ
on t laa, and bulbs In Volusla counties t group. prevent it-11lint 7
A best results: l. Increases In milk production.In Inbreeding exposure should be selected one corrects the
cr
1 will be the talks.Agricultural :, the sires are moved
is'1 , exhibits In Polk selecting u bull be sure to from one group to another every although this Is not' so vital If YLH, digestive disturbances. .'"
look into hit parentage. Remember there: Is any good, reason for facIng ,removes the intestinal -
County And Home citrus In Osceola end Lee, and sugarcane two years. the poisons, and sick headache Dr. Miles' Aspir-Mint is the
It Is the blood line that house In some other direction -
counts
In Eacambla will be the There Is no estimating the bene- quickly disappears. Your whole system new, stable mint-flavored tablet
' J, Agents To Confer talks Tuesday noon. The evening for everything. Do nut be deceivedby fits that have accrued to the dairy Comfort is first essential in enjoys a tonic effect constipationvaniaheeandyou that' Is making ]people all over
the fact that his mother has housing chicks or chickens.! First the "Smile
a country at the Ache"
/ will be devoted! to truck Industry as whole by the Intro- feel renewed
It )n t {' l crops program and county agents from St. big milk record. She may be an duction of cooperative bull associations you want plenty of room a good vigor. Avoid bromides and dope 15c and 25c at your drug lion

1Wsj ys ysq Gainesville Fla. To study Johns, Palm Beach Dade and exception in a herd of cows from butt they undoubtedly supply_of fresh air and sunlightand they are depressing and harmful

plans for bettering Florida extension Hlllxborough will speak.Wednesday's the same sire whose average production have' done as much as any one protection tom all l the ele- Ail Druggists 25c and 76e red pkgsCARTER'S YOU U. GET REtF*

work, all county and home noon program Is low. Experience shows thing to put us abreast of the ments. It is a job for good common ESSPflJLS

demonstration agents over the deals with home topics, and can thaj a dam will transmit the char. times. "horse-sense" as much as for ,

, state will gather here for their an- ning food and nutrition. home acterlstcs of her family, not aloneof Another advantage of the co- any special technical knowledge.You --- --- --- -. -- -

nual conference October 6-10 according gardening/ and profitable poultry herself. So If possible know the operative buying Is that you tan can build your chicken
to A. F. Spencer vice-di record of the young bull's ancestors houses safely' on almost any kind
afford to
will be discussed Citrus will rule ,keep the bulls only dur-
at least two of well-drained soil. A light loam the TELEGRAPi
dipipi rector of extension. the mike on the evening program generations back. ing their: best .years. It Is true I ,

Workers from the Federal Ex with agents from Indian: River, According to a well-known law, that the young sire can begin ser-. which will grow good grass is well
tension Service member of the one-halt of the characteristics of vice adapted for chickens, whereas a
Mndy Highlands, Manatee and Ilernan- shortly after he is one year
Csno i it V state Marketing Bureau, and other do on the program. an animal or human being come old. But his bent period Is be- very light sandy soil through

11Z l s 'v. specialists will meet with the When Thursday .noon a'rr'lves from.the.male and the other half tween the aged of two to five which,water leaches freely is best OFFERS ITS READERSTREMENDOUS

; yk agents as they discuss methods of winter cover crops crotalarla, from the female. Hut in discussing year. When past eight years then for Intensive poultry keeping. A

besting the problems In their and commercial and farm poultrywill those characteristics keep i majority are, slow and uncertain. heavy clay Is not so good. It 1

one C communities. go on the air. Then in the doesn't drain well and invites con-
k There 44 county agents and tamination and diseases. It no oth- !
11 : too are afternoon- marketing hogs converting Care Will Check with the reduction In yields caused \11:
33 home demonstration agents in and er kind of ground is available,
woods Into pasture, by the drouth. I 0
the counties and 10 .extension I most especial *ee should be tak-
dairying for market milk and to For instance, we have learned. .
g specialists located at Gainesvilleand build a farm section will be the Many Losses of that storage stocks of cabbage are en to both underdratn and surface- .ataVtatat :
}
Tallahassee. They form the drain most thoroughly. rdn
'' 1 eItIb.D tr Agricultural Extension talks. i ,Truck In Transit getting lower and that the yield _.-__ g rno,
Service a PAY MOREr
*,
Home topics will again be featured was reduced. This indicated to us SAeaV
p endanry.ar. I branch of the College of Agricul- I Friday at noon when clothing that cabbage planted this fall Davenport-Sun Dial Tea Room flu flu fle o

ture, at the University. of Florida. home industries, home improvement Gainesville, Fla.-Most of the should bring a good price when being Improved. vON IH.W

) "Wtfat's the fuss In the school and beautifying the losses of Florida Vegetables in they are ready for market and so Key West Construction of

Y gl IMen.Cahlor. Y Yr yard sonny?" asked a gentleman grounds are scheduled On the transit are caused by -slimy and we are planting some cabbage. But new cable tank on Mallory dock
evening program 4-11 club and soft we are not going too property THEIR R''
panning a ward school watery rots, and can be pre- heavy on any progressing rapidly for

r torT. "Why the 'doctor's Just been community topics will rule. vented by careful handling and one crop--we are diversifying, so American Tel. & Tel. Co. 11nt'

Ve around examinln us, an' one of tradln" according to Dr. a. F, that It our calculations go bad

Sli r .., the deficient boys Is knockln hell Fensarola Natural gas will Weber, associate plant pathologist on one crop we will have the oth- 0---_ ""- --;____ Unf" uRt r

? ; b.' Milt out of a perfect kid." be available here Bonn at the Florida Experiment Station ers to make up' the difference. o d1a, sr xTl at

L.dj' Largo Citrus City Orowera1 . Say it with Flowers a,
lifr""to
+ St. Augustine R. 0. Lassiter Association packing house remod Slimy soft rot is caused by bacteria -_,,e---. -.-an MAGAZINES a d
Co., received $300,786 contract eled. which attack hampers of HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES al

for Improving state road No. 78. County commissioners' granted beans, cabbage lettuce, celery, ,-... Flowers For All .

itf' ''iCll West Palm Beach-Contracts franchise to Harry P. Eastwood peppers etc.; most of which are Weekly from|Home Demonstration I 16 .\Y.tl

totaling $360,000 let by Boca Raton and Clyde C. Belt of Orlando to not pre-cooled and In transit: for % Agfnt. OccasionsGERTRUDE U i i m '

? /!"" *'* Club of Palm Beach county for build toll road from Canaveral. several days without Ice. The rot .,-,- _._,- -.- .. XouCanHaveyourChoiiOf at 1
winter colony project. across Brevard county. usually begins where, tissues are I'KKSKRVING GUAVAH DnT
.*( Daytona Beach $18,000 will Cocoa New Standard Oil Co., broken In harvesting and packing GODBEY TrIto

, be spent constructing new library filling station formally -opened at or at lesions caused by parasitic. There are several, ways of preserving Any FIVEo boII

+? building and Improving present corner of Dixie Highway and Magnolia fungi.Watery i guavas They may be can ANDERSONPhone

f 11i' 'fe' Young Memorial library building. streeC rot is caused by a fun ned whole peeled or unpeeled; 39 Waldo, Fla MAGAZINESAndTtiis c 25 I'At

f> ? gus known to growers as the cause I may be halved seeds removed by - - - ...... -.-
ftteiftfcsa of lettuce drop celery pink rot, means of the ,dilver or a fruit '

And the Worst is Yet to Come--- nesting of beans, and watery rot press 'and this pulp returned to Newspaper an u

pv of cabbage. It Is a common field halves and cooked with them; or 0d
Fi y'a j! HOEFIOItlyy
i . disease and unless shells Ira absolutely trust) No iWnja
I ,, >F aa --- care is exercised and pulp may be cooked sep COFFINS & CASKETSAnd drop
"mr :} it Is easily included In the pack. arately. Hachad to All.We,.Yeu cn actually opS
tnri
r K, : --- Washing vegetables Is usually Canning a Full Line of have. your choice of) any 8 ol' theta

+' .r _:::::. practiced and adding a little dis Wash remove blossom end. Undertakers' Supplies 'famous m.g.tin.e if you ACT NOWI)

h seeN.e infection to the water will give Peel if skin I Iq blemished In any The coil li |Just a trifle of) their sctual to

q. ahd i lIiJI1IIIDt! best results Handle the prod way. Cook 2 ,to 3 minutes (according AUTOMOBILE HEARSE aiMaa""' .. A whole ye.,'. reeell';) for IVEEDtvale. Iet

1 "J"-:, ucts carefully to prevent bruises, to ''size and ripeness of AI.r.: II.... The heat
F.therMederand,
die kiddie
.
Storle
IoM errleo, ... to
: use clean smooth containers and fruit) In boiling thin or medium mt loweat price. T.
'4 No Special atteatloa <. ttUcraph end rUcl.f on ovary known toplel)
;' utla'.u ,DID f::::' j pre-cool and refrigerate all shipments syrup. This preliminary cooking ..rder.REGISTERED a Look 'am over. Select your favorite, p
that will be In is
transit overa given In order to have a
day or two, was hie advice. pack when processing is comp full EMBALMER end Mall the C.uponTodayl! Do,,', T a
-
,' ,
.1 TIIIylI ed. It "peach" pack Is desired DEWITT C. JONES worry If you already gel tome of lhe omafailnea. Norrieme

TWO KARMKIM': WORK and guavas are large and thick ITARKE. FLORIDA R newals will be properly e,
OCT GOOf I'KOGKAM .
mealed, halves may be packed In a extended.

_.' )) ; 0.LI.. POOD CROPSBy jars after very slight pre-cook In ,

tee' rIUllWI' overlapping layers; the concave
itch , \ ( Spuds Johnson.) I
surface
of each half should be It
6 i ,1jp' I "Seems to me that we fellows downward and the blossom end MoneySavingCouponAH
y
'O ,' H 'III here In Florida have a pretty good should face the glass. Add a tablespoon tk
W chance to make a little money this
\ tlmN ;r of syrup with each layer.
Ixtwt ; t % fall and winter," said Gus Weeks Process 16 to 20 minutes. U
I ,:, 1JI aa he was talking to Subscriptions Are for a Full Year
me one day
( ea.the .... \ Guava Sauce an+9 Etctpt fttk6ttdtr, which ior f mo*.) DIL DIb
recently. "The drought that hit
I { Wash fruit and remove blossom C..tl..*.. l wl.h <. tab ........1(. ef T..'
rdl up country this summer has resulted end and any blemishes on akin M....'.. Bargalai 011... I aaa *BICI .|B* the a*""I
in' decreased supplies of Run through \Vfien Fare Cc'.rtIJOfld ...... Im ..:r-... for a ace year .ubuerlPtloa w I Ih
4c driver tq 'remove 7.*' paper cad the Klvid ........*. I a*"I
Food and feed crops. We can step seed. Measure. Cook in heavy COii. marked wlikx i'Iow.
b In and grow a fall crop that will aluminum kettle until somewhat ,

r Oil a good of the needs of Name
M, many thickened. Add 2 cups sugar (ac-
P t I rI people up country, and at the cording to acidity of fruit Fos.-rv" wnm Upo i*it*plan $
gt : ) to 4 .u a urge. aad. ..1.1........ Ruth L.rfF.D_ J
same time be a profitable venture cups of pulp and cook rapidly .. Jr ...e .bryoihl tmnua control it
for us." vconw u duMtrotst.P T wm____ St.NJ
x again for about 10 minutes, stir

And .ao Gus and I decided we ring often. Pour Into hot jars put Toni: aumtreot. _art m -!fueh .ftr.* p 1 D A Mrte.ji.....,..Journal Q BUMhold Maculae Pad

would get busy on our fall crops Immediately Into boiling water "ur lurtin?our ol wbuJi i k ttiflkiraft 0 CD......,'.Gto Q......ra Bo ..... ,.
; and help to supply the demand for bath and process 5 minutes. This r.a-a wbr yeo eb..JJ bav.a.t amts O C.P.....-.
1 ..*..*..... ktrt AOIQVAT1 Mock ftf* F.Fan.TlUtQXMll .J.arraeJC it
4 food! and feel crops and Incidentally la excellent for pudding sauces .twvnnm. m**..nd. fo tht pint vain Th.C.....,.R...

-+. help to makes little more short cakes, cobblers gelatine desserts .I TOUT p.cp.rtpfr" tftrmtrtf. film *, riroMOQ emflD ..... 1a

profits from our farms. We went or Ice cream. .. _""- ETcrrbodr'e: : Pil.,..Mac.D FatUUukw
over and talked with our county y---- p ...- s The......I....... -0 Peple-a Popular Monthly ,

__ __ agent as to the crops b. believed St. Augustine Bridge, containing HAROLD C. WALL Q.....1.*.DaN .s Q Oiiarl__..Dl|'"*

w ....'....''' h most desirable for planting this draw and costing between D OmUeweeuui Ifa.. .C.-.utI r-Ilrr: JearoJW wI

1 : fall. We have gotten all of the $300,000 and '$400,000. will be INSURANCE C 0...&.....* SactuKfU raraOatQWawu'sTrarld

V F .- h .... available Information( on storage built connecting this city with CRau Cbki.

--- f.11) supplies of certain crops together state route No. 4. STARKE. FLORIDA ,





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(>[TOBTaB 8. IO3O nnAD."ORn COUNTY TKLKORAPII. STAUKK. FLORIDA PAGE: THREH:

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Jacksonville real estate operator ida Motor Lines at a hearing before I''reaus and and the Salvation carrying a sack he said he fired by most of the packers from now ilfltfMsssM V'J'

recently' released with\, two otherson the commission In Tallahassee Army (G\) broadcast Informationthat twice from a shotgun, Both men until January 1, according to esti- + '
News of Florida In Short Paragraphs charges of conspiracy to procure on Wednesday and the matter there are only enough jobs in fell and were brought to a local mates of the different packers; Icy Z
the assassination of Governor had been taken under advisement. Florida to rare for (he state's own hospital, where the unidentified while some packing houses will ''Iffli BJ 1" %*"''?
Doyle E. Carlton, was found guilty The Florida Motor Lines! contended unemployed. ono died. operate until February or possibly SMsnssssiI F. 4-Ji

by a jury !n criminal court of record that It was furnishing adequate as l late as March
here today of charges of pos- service along the cant coaut. --
Orala-Two carlots of registered Stuart--A dynamite bomb wired -
session "
LIVE STATE NEWSTOLD I of Intoxicating liquors and ault.for
Tullahanuea- second libel
[ cattle by found
possession of a still. Defense purebred purchased to the spark plugs was 4.
Orlando-Florida's Marlon association the of $50.000 has been filed againsttho
counsel filed medical men the North Dairy last! night under seat Jay
a motion for a new
trial will convene la Orlando on May from the drought regions of Wefso's automobile. It had fail Marianna Floridan, weekly ;
verdict when the jury brought In 12-13 of next year as the Florida Kentucky, were unloaded at Low :: ed to explode because the bomber newspaper, as the result of a news i '
the and
Judge James
M.
BY OUR EXCHANGES: Peeler fixed bond for Halsema'sappearance Medical association meets in fif ell today. This Is the first con- had not grounded the wires prop- story published In that paper Sep yrr1
ty-eighth annual convention has signment of one hundred to be I erly. A garage mechanic, to whom tember 6, regarding; the recent assassination tt
on motion day at $500.
--' been announced! by Dr. Shaler bought. The cattle will be'apportioned -I Wefso had taken the car when the plot hearings at Jack- tipaw'r r
*""" second Chattahoochee Richardson secretary of the asso among members of the 'starter failed to function found sonville. The suit was filed In
n. tnwn The fair will an-bed in -Building activity West Palm Beach-Fifteen year ciation.! The meeting dates were association to build up herds The the bomb--two sticks of dynamite circuit court here today by Fred
?I calhoun county; 7 and I 8 It Chattachoochee Is showingsome old Charles B. Morris estimatesone set by the executive committee of animals were selected by a com wired together. Wefso, who P. Eberhardt. Inc., publishers of ,
Increase
on November 6,week follow- There during September. of his toes Is worth $25.000 the organization Dr. Richardson's mittee assisted by a repiesentative had driven the car at least twice the Florida State News, local afternoon ifS''; B1 '
announced this are three new buildingsnow and his father thinks the price announcement slated. The Florida of'the dairy extension division experiment with the bomb under the seat, newspaper. The bill 'HSlssssssitt f TT''J
the meeting of the BlounUBuslnessMen's under construction. These should be $10,000 higher. Father Railway Surgeons will convene station at Gainesville said ho knew of no one who might charged the State News was InJured t tms BfirvM1'fin?

? Club. are the two story brick businessand and son filed praeclpes In suits for In Orlando: on May 11, the and were purchased from the leadIng wish to seek his life. lie said, by libelous statements made -
office building by Mrs. T. J. damages totalling $35,000 In cir- announcement also\ stated. Orlando stock farm of Kentucky from however, that a young woman of by the Marlanna newspaper. The,
cn..oiiA weekly payroll of ap- Edwards. The new modern bun cuit court here this afternoon was chosen for the annual farmers forced to dispose of their his acquaintance had told him of first suit against the paper, as an
011IIately! $16,000 will be paid galow being built for Mr, and against Citizens Investment company ' meeting at the last conventionheld herds owing to liy-k of teed on account receiving an unsigned letter warn aftermath of the hearing, was filed -
t by the five citrus packing Mrs. A. M\ Olssendaner, and the '. Their lawyers said the case some time ago In Pensacola. of the drought.; ing her of danger that threatened by Fred O. Eberhardt personally
usea, In Cocoa when they start warehouse being built by Kwll.eckt's grew out of an accident about ten Wei). as editor and publisher of the ) try ?
October 1 and hardware store. Florida State News, in which It Z v' '
.rations between days ago when the boy got his toe Tampa -- Resolutions. asking i Ocala-Officers tonight were
caught In an elevator In (the Citi- was alleged the Marianna newspaper -
Governor Carlton to establish a seeking the Identity of a young Quincy A monthly payroll of
Ocala-The map of the injured his reputation and + ,
proposed zens building here and the member
northern border patrol to check man who was shot and fatally approximately $52,260 in being
rarl Lauderdale' -- The federal road to be paved from Ocalato was cut off. I the invasion, into Florida of the wounded today while coming froma paid out by tobacco packers In the business 1' ht

hway bridge over the Hlm- Hernando Citrus county., by i horde of hitch-hikers) and vagrants chicken house on the farm of W. Quincy district, according to a survey ti't 1
;rhea canal which has been un- way of Sharps Ferry and the Miami The state railroad commission headed southward from industrial M.\ Shockley. of Lowell near here. of the packing Industry, This Palmetto Trl-Clty Bakery on )kt
rconHtructlon' by the state high-, WIthlacoocb.ee river, will soon be today granted the Georgia- centers of the nation were ad6pted Another youth, who told authorities amount' represents only the wages Main. street Improved.(
? department'for the past year,' finished, according to L. B. Florida motor lines permission to here today at a conference attended , he was Jack Willis of Norfolk, paid to workers handling the tobaccos MHIvMIo: --Contracts let for construction -
,pened for traffic. Thrasher, engineer In charge of replace Its sedan service with by 70 public ,officials, repre- Va., was in a serious condition In the packing houses, and of temporary school
this district. As soon as the maps large busses on state road number senting 20 cities within a radius of from gunshot wounds. Shockleysaid does not include salaries of foremen building here '
Tampa- -Hlllsborough county'slevy ,' finished, the county will bend 4 between Jacksonville and Miami, 160 miles of Turn pa., The con that he heard a disturbance and the salaries of office em New Port Rlchey-County road
was cut two and one-half every effort to secure the land the Miami office of the company ference also adopted resolutions among[ his chickens and went to ployes of the packers or the salaries deportment[ placed new floor on +
m'l' as the county commission necessary for the rightofway.This was Informed tonight. The appli- asking tho state chamber of commerce Investigate.- When he saw two of owners or executives. This bridge across river on Boulevard
tentative budget for road Is to be a federal aid cation the Flor agencies amount will be out In Quit high school. ')$'
proved Its was opposed by news travel bu- men come out of the chicken house paid wages near '
beginning October project. 0.. .. .. ,
[fiscal year -- - --- -- -- -

Quincy Oadsden county will

Marlanna-Many of Florida's be an important source of supplyfor

,d t noted and successful citizens eggs and poultry this fall. The ... \ -r,.._'_ ,, "
has
production of eggs practically
II gather In Marlanna October ,
t.
doubled over that of last As .
and 15. the ocasslon being the year. "
nual meeting of the Florida Is usually the case, fancy prices [ :: .;;!
Society. will be secured by local poultrymen -- _
,rtlcultural, '-
in south Florida during the -< '."

l'enHacola-By the first of ther tourist season. Expert poultrymenand ,, ,
natural gas will be supplied local women, who are also doing '-"";.,\"
residents of Pensacolal The much to develop the poultry

s lines from the Southern Nat- Industry here, are geeting close to \
I Gas Corporation will be dia $2 per hen per annum. "'-, II 4'I I ,.,.'i, ',' s ': As
huled through the mains of theal ,';1' "
which is part of Panama City-The Faff lei cl Fish ".'" __ : / rt ,. '
gaB company << '
Florida Public Utilities Com- Company, who own and operate .\\-f,, \ '', .._4 .. !
one of the largest fish Industries -:.. ;,' % ,
IIY. J., I
along the Gulf Coast, last week r ;. (: __ 5. ,, J
\ .. -- ,
'
experienced an extra good catchof '
|(Quincy] Samples of locally \ -
blueflsh. They struck a run of ".
,wn i peanuts have been deliver- \
J to the chamber of commerce. them and succeeded In getting I
The something like 10,000 pounds, .. iI
.
|c'y are of excellent quality. ,
[""rage bushels per acre Is 35 In these being caught in the gulf .' $fri
"
waters Shell the .
sections. We grow as high as near Point At \" l
;
same time they caught the manatee ';-d" :
and 70 bushels per acre. ) mSSI
'
'r v/I '
|ould( have at least 4,000 acres (cow fish) which has been attracting '., : \ iji .: !; [ i
so much interest and at- ; \ ',:I

Gainesville -Creation of a de- tention at Davis Beach. '.:) ,. "
I "
rtment of home and child In "r. ; I (:.
;president's cabinet, to co-ordl- Jacksonville An educational ," ," #-4.-. ,;. i W
|le i education and child welfare program against forest fires has ,_ :" ,i'" ''::
\\llIes\ is proposed In a bill been started in Duval county by ,:. ,
(fled by Rep. Ruth Bryan Owen "representatives of the Florida forest , I, ,,:, ,'" : \",
Fla.), for inlioductlon at the service, who are lo spend some ;1.1. ; ' : : : I'
time In the county delivering ad- '11 I :
it BBBalon of congress. ; ; \, /if
!
dresses and showing two motion ,

ilacclenny-There are approxl- pictures. W. R. Dunlap, unit' director 1. r
>tely 50,000,000 young plants is in charge of the campaign ; I y
w ln 1,818 Florida nurseries, ac- while W. L. Moore and D. (' u
ttlng to inspection reports just J. Morris, foresters, will show the
mpleted. The reports show 13- pictures and make many of the ;

0,000 citrus seedlings, 14,000- talks. ,:, \
o terns, 3,500.000 pecan trees, -, :;
0,000 tung oil plants and 860- Jacksonville Henry Halsema, : ;

0 grape cuttings. ( t vty
.
!
I / \ ;, ;
-
: I
Rochelle-That over 60,000 HEADACHE :
i II trees will be planted by the '; _

nlnsular Tung Oil Corporationr .RELIEVED r"I:, :: ;
. QUICKLY ?
Rochelle Is the -
announceat
411 Tii. Poly. V.,...... Pit f"J
of Gus A. Bobbitt, general tbi
nager. Six hundred acres ofd digestivecorrects ,.
has been secured and the antes removes the Intestinal \,
wing will begin at once. poisons, and sick headache
quickly disappears. Your whole system
V'on Park-Senator Duncan U. enjoys a tonic effect constlpsv ; I !
itcher has accepted an invita- Lion vanishes" ,and you feel renewed >/ :: I I _
vigor. Avoid bromides and dope '
:; k ,
i to preside at the celebration !
they are depressing and harmful. ,
fined by the Associated Boards All Druggist 26c and 76c red pkga.CARTER'S : ':\ ": ;
Trade of the" Scenic Highlandshonor ,, it
of foreign born citizens ETZiPILLSIIP : :; f% <
I In commemoratpn{ of Edward ;' r. js
Ys birthday anniversary Octo- \

t. t,
-
OVER WORkED .
)_
putney--U was decided that an NERVES f *-
anlzatlon to be known as the -Y- -- y 'isw* ;
taien County Truck Growers
operative Association be form-

among the farmers, with the
' meeting to be held in Quincy

H tee lOon appointed as the organization to draft: suitable com- As Sow So Shall Reap

"tltutlons ke Its report.and by-laws should ye ye _


*P9lachloola-Apalachlcola ls

wring for a banner oyster sea-

1 much! Along activity the water among front the there boat- Sow the sees< of Community Cooperation Patronize YOUR COUNTY MERCHANTS. t '

I, About 209 gasoline oper-' .

*.and boats every are,boat used Is in being this) overfed busl-- Reap the harvest of Community Growth! They support all home community projects. They r' '

"' repainted and put into '
>t class contribute to local community growth
shape to commence TO your ears in work-
rk on October 1. every nerve at high tension. Sprinkle YOUR DOLLARS where they will do
No wonder at the wife
you snap
Qulncy Organization of a and bark at the children. CATCH the COMMUNITY PROSPERITY : :
ter of American Air' Cadets .Watch ..out! Overworkednerves YOU and YOUR COUNTY the most gopdl.!
lead to Sleepless.
been may .
L. completed at Quincy with ness Nervous Headache, Nervous SPIRIT!
j HInson. R. I.. Sweger Ralph Indigestion and a host of ?
I heck t, R. J.. Love, O. L. Mc- other unpleasant disturbances. When you spend your money out of THE Yr4
land J. M. Rowan Why don't try Dr. Miles'
as sponsors. you
1 Do YOUR SHARE in BOOSTING YOUR OWN 4'
organization has for its pur- Effervescent Nervine Tablets
* the building of a model air- .Just one In a half glass of COUNTY,you are leaving the harvest to others.

*e by boys who have attained water makes a pleasant, ipark- HOME COUNTY. .
' age of 9 ling drink delightfully soothing
years or more.
Panama to Dr.over-taxed Miles' nerves.Nervine is now You are planting the seeds }prosperity? in a

dlJ developing City-Panama Into a wonder-City Is made Effervescent In two Tablet.forms Liquid Both have and Plant your dollars on this soil so that Community ,

metropolis of the Gulf coast the same soothing effect.! stranger's garden!
etber* the majority of pessl- $1-00 at your drag store Prosperity may sprout from them. ''

are willing to accept the fact
a.tAll Indications point to.ea'ber You are not being fair to your own COUNTY! 9

H ,10 ahead and a straight Sow YOUR DOLLARS at home---YOU and
more developments, more t
l t, NERVINETABLETS
h:wtries M has and never a building been dreamed program Keep Your Seeds of Prosperity Home. YOUR COMMUNITY will reap the harvest. '


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Wfr drew Jr., and Mrs. S. L. Peek lar appointment at 11..

ocieI will for the be afternoon.in charge of the program 0r"r"' /!Prince; 'of"' Wales l : Spons }.Scottish Festival at Banff SAMPSON Miss Clr-o T.o...CITY.. C... church day Mr. ', last Saturd" ,.I:RPIt Bnt


:: Hostesses at this' meeting will n and Mrs J ;I'' ,I,t
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C- visiting Mr. ;
and '
be: Mrs O. L. Haynes, Mrs. E. L. .. We had services here Saturdayn'ght Mr \ Haut Iii

Dlggs; Mrs. J. E. Wilson, Mrs. H. and Sunday by Rev. Albert- family Wednesday ,u t,,

M. Davis, Mrs. J, C, Robinson: r 7 son. Misses Leola Chi ","d HiJ

I :\ AND MHS. O. A. Mrs C. F. Hoover, Mrs. W. E. Mid- t ,, ,,Na nas'CFer'nrat, Mr and II
sting Mr. and :
KNIGHT KNTKIITAIN; dleton, Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr., ,,' tr' ft BRN.7ea Mrs 10( ,',',
1 Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Brown ,
family IL
if.. ;: .., family
j L. A Davis Mrs. G. M. Sis- I 0< > :K Wednesday m." ,
; Mrs. ..'*. .., ,, ', and family, were visiting sick rela- ,
"\ 'i Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Knight were trunk, Mrs. S. S. Dowling, Mrs. H. w' ,'',.v',4'' ( ," ' ';: ", tives In Graham Sunday.Mr. "'' ___
I .j members of ', '9-ri.; ......... 0) " SETTING;
J'' host and hostess to A. bishop. I < .=::r.=r.., ; iS* *] .l..i: Harper of Sanford was visiting OK HTH.\\\ lMiRVPLANTH !.:
, L their bridge club Thursday evening ---
; UNDKIt.:
here Sunday and was accom- U \\
<) I'.tij vr at their home on Call street C. I>. t'. ('II.I'TKK; MKT: I K
:,lti/: panied home by his family. We PLANT rm
for :
/, Three tables, were arranged WITH ;MISS M.tTTIIRWHThe : rIIT1U
glad to eay.hls son Oran Is im- -- .
; auction bridge in the living room, are

which was taatefuly decorated W. T. Weeks l Chapter U. proving fast. Plant City Fin "? 16,
Mrs.. K. A. Smith and children Rains the latter par ., ,
de- s
I' with radiance raKes.Concluding D. C., was entertained! moat "*' n
i, In Jackson- brought general ,,
relatives xatlx ,
the games prizes lightfully Wednesday afternoon at fil were visiting 1" ..n to II

were awarded Mr. II. C. Wall and the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. v ville'this week-end. majority of strawber >xrowen ,

Mm. K. M. Johns for holding high Matthews, the hostesses being Miss a r Mr. and Mrs Kiram Wynn and this section! and us .'eSlllt tl;

corell. Florence! Matthews, Miss Madge '. t family Mr. and Mrs. Jim Adklns first general setting 01 t h. "rrV Pail|

At the clone of an evening Middleton and Mrs! W. G. Halle. w x : and family of Hampton and Mrs. for the coming season, 1(m, ? ,

pleasantly spent, a salad course A pleasing arrangement of autumn xw ar e..a1A'3h Clarence Roberts of Lake Butler, way. Although It .i- 'unUerstJthat '

> wan nerved the guests who were: flowers .added to the beautyof v were' visiting'"relatives here Sun- the bulk of U,, ?.-tUnlC", ,

,' Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns, Sen- the rooms where the} guests assembled. 1eiaM'k wt day afternoon. be done after the middle of (hj,

ator and Mrs. E. M. Johns, Mr. and :Mrs A. M. Darby presided IOa,? >J 1 '-" Mre. Agnes Knowles spent the month and during iln. IIr8t| t al;

MR i Mrs. H. C. Wall, Mr. and Mr.. J. and Mrs. L.. H. Hill transacted .V' week-end with her family near of October and even u an M N.(.

C. Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. the duties of secretary. Green Cove Springs; umber 1, a connlderalii, arras( ,

Wainwright and Mrs. W, J. I''=pper- Delegates to the annual conven- Many from here attended the was set during then< .. ,'"t' week

F, son, Jr., of Jacksonville.. tion to be bald in St. Petersburg' program that the school childrenhad The bedding up ot n' Irawh\\,,

were elected as' follows: Mrs. O. fw .w gr ,,,3,7 v' at Green Cove Springs Wednesday ry acreage Is being ,M,,, ,IA, ?? f

,%FTEItNOON: ))( : CM'llMKKTH L. Ueasley, Mrs. A. M. Darby and night. It was directed by tensively throughout '''tr., penq, ,,

Mrs. Lr-A. Davis It was decided the teacher, Mrs. Agnea'Kllowlea.. In preparation for Iii time tfcJ

: that the finance committee ar- well as through 301 years of Scottish Everyone'= \ enjoyed It very much. plants will be rend!) ",n each

A variety of the season's flowers range to give a musical tea In the "IV settlement Seventeen in Highland Canada. regiment in tr Rev C. A. Crosby will fill his and weather condition!' :permit' r 1.1

were used for decorations by Mrs.O. near future, this committee being Canada have'entered ther! beat pipers regular appointment next Satur- vorable operations.

L. Haynes Thursday afternoon, composed of Mrs. J, W. Andrews, to compete in the piping contests for day night and Sunday. These will Indications still poln '"n 1 t then,

;1 : the ,, Ia when she entertained members of Jr., Mrs. A. Z. Adklns and Mrs. 0 valuable trophies. Lads and lassies be baptism Sunday afternoon at ting of what Is expected. t u, be Kl
} L. dressed In the flashing kilt will perform largest acreage In the
Beasley. 3:00: o'clock.Mr. li.storythe'
the Afternoon Bridge Club.: and
reeusword dances highland
Five progressions of bridge Miss Amelia Ray, chairman of flings competing for primes In classes .''and Mrs W II. Smith and strawberry indimr. m i Ih

1 were played at the conclusion of the nominating committee, read lA' AA7NECENP grouped according: to age. In addition. children were visiting In Starke section.

4 'which the winner of high score, the report of the committee and the leading Scottish athletes"of the Sunday afternoon., --.-- --

M,4 r ;I 1 tt Mrs. N. Sternberg received .the the following officers were elected 4 'Dominion have been rounded up for Mr. Lucian Thomas made a busi- SW.. ET. POTATO TltOIHMALLKK '

for the coming year: President, the traditional Caledonian games like' ness-trip Jacksonville one day : IN .H., prize. tha ''"stone" and tossing the HAC8G'TNlli
JflK I ,vl The players, who were a. follows Mrs. A. M. Darby; 1st Vicepresident { caber putting.. well aa the more usual track this tJeekMr ,, --

h ht I"" i y enjoyed a salad course Mrs. Mrs R. A. Weeks; second and field event One of tbs races .. :Frank Ilerrln has returned The sweet potato acreage f J

i rl P A Z. Adklns, Mr )I. C.. Wall, Mrs.C. vice-president, Mrs J. H. Ritch; entitled "Tba Fiery Torch" race recalling -, --- home after spending a week' in 1930 In Florida was estimated! (
Sternberg Secretary, Mrs. L. H. Hill; treasurer -- the custom of the clansmen to Jacksonville. be 32,000 acres. The
4 A. Knight, Mrs. N. prlncir
well-known
t } S. L. Mrs. George C. White; His The coming Labor Day week-end will summon the clans fa war by runner Company Allan Wilson section for sweet potato
d14h Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, Mrs. gain see the highlands of Scotland carrying a burning torch. I tenor of Ban,Francisco, J. Campbell prod
o p f Mrs. T torian. Mrs. L. G. Powell; Registrar ,,- celebrated lion is In northwest Florida
(I r Peek, Mrs. J. L. Frazee. transplanted to the Canadian RockiesIn 'Tha musical program this year'will Mclnnea, internationally + if
( B. Massie, Mrs. T. J. Alderman Mlas Olive Ray; Director C. the namesake town of Banff This be concentrated on the songs of baritone, and members of the Alfred the major part of this acreage li}

'' e9tina i iti Mrs. L. Wyman, Mrs. W. J. Epper of C. to be chosen later. mountain resort bas Just sounded the Robert Burn' ,Two ballad operas Incorporating Heather Light Opera Company which TIIERESSA there,
t The chapter was Invited to meetin fourth annual Highland these H tongs will 'ba presented will be presenting light operas at the
1 ;' son, Jr., of Jacksonville and Miss call for Its Ml.. Ilhodn ZrlBlen Con The last few yearn the not
November with Mrs. W. L. Wall, Gathering and Scottish Music Fe.ttvaEu -one entitled '"The AyrshirePloughman Banff Springs Hotel all summer.
iffy section! of the state has been it
Weller.
of, Mabel other colorful features are
scheduled:' to last from A N e t 39 to written by J. E. Middle- Among
and she will l be assisted 1 In entertaining
' 1 .. September 1 with headquarters at the ton with arrangements by Heals y costume competitions-prizes being Mr. and Mrs F.W' Whlttlngton t veloplng I the Big; Stem Jer

rIn'sil ya gt'1; TWENTIETIII'FNTL'RY: : by her sisters Mrs. J. M. Band Springs Hotel.- Arranged. be- Wlllan, a distinguished Canadian composer offered for the beat costumes illustrating of Orlando, were visiting her sis- sweet potato and has met a

'4, >i bi ; Brownlee and Mrs. J. E. Wilson. fore by the Canadian Pacina Railway and the other Burns own cantata characters In Scottish history ter, Mrs. F. Fender.Mr. comparative success One of I!

:,v'; CVM1 The hostesses, assisted by Mrs under the patronage of the Prince ot : of "The Jolly Beggars," a new and heroes and heroines of Scottish and ,Mra. l\forpan Weron of advantages of this sweet pot,

i f F. S. Matthews, Mrs. W. E. Mid- Wales the festival will offer In review version of which has Just been com- song., The Highland Gathering will ; In south Florida I is that It
n +i r"vnyr :W The, Twentieth Century Bridge dleton and Miss Ethel Griffin served the gems of Scottish mlhstrelay, together pleted by Mrs. Mabel Wood-Hill. a close with a costume ball In which Winter' Park have been visiting crop ,
iP club was ,entertained by Mr and salad with, dances and pipers' lays prominent American musician. The these will blend with the kilts and Mr and Mrs. F. Fender. They returned practically the only ommerr
fruit ,
Mrs D. A. Montieth Thursday evening a dainty course. [ 'hich turvtved through the turmoil singers will include Brownie Peebles tartans In a picture of. romantic to their home at Winter vegetable crop maturing dim
14'! at their home. Miss Matthews, Miss Middleton I ot clan warfare In Scotland: a* and Allan Hurt of the American Opera beauty. Park last Monday. thesummer months. In then
I, and Mrs. Halle had as their guests
part of the neon It was thou
flowers Mr. R. A. Weeks of Jacksonville -
other cut -------- --
-f h Hoses and
:
''' ; I Mesdames. B. Parks, L. A Davie that there would be a good yltl,
bee business here
ajo 'E.; were prettily arranged In .the l W E. Middleton, E. S. Matthews guest of Miss Lillian Kelley Sun. was transacting' but the heavy rains of early BPI,

,t home where the guests were entertained L. C. Ray, L. H. Hill, W. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS day. last Monday.
LAKE BUTLER : and summer curtailed product!
auction Mr. and MrsU. F. Hall and chil-
;t;, + I vnmati 4 at bridge. L. Wall, O. L. Haynes, J. M. :Norman ,
dinner few
Miss Mattle was materially and ears were eh hi
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Ml Ilclra Ogden Oar. Starke relatives
dren ot -
: High scores for the eveningwere Red Kerce, Cor. were visiting
llrownlee E K. E. L. .
Perryman guest of Miss polite McRae Sunday __ here afternoon. ped In comparison with what i
made by Mrs. Toltalr Long Sunday
r Biggs I A. M. Darby J. W. Andrews ,
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had
expected.
21 and Mr Joe Truby. Mrs. F. F. Mr. Ray Lawrence who has Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Cooper of growers
Jr. 0 C. White Misses
'' Miss Mabel Drlggers left Sunday The Porto Rican iiI I
Mr. and 'Mrs': J, C. Alvarez and her yam tj
scored Jacksonville. visiting
were
} Stump and Or E. L. Biggs Amelia Ray, Ethel Griffin and been seriously ill in Gainesville
deaRil' for Moore Haven where she will It
T 7 {t low.. Each received prizes Olive Ray. hospital Is reported as rapidly, Improving family attended,churclv' at Raiford father, Mr. J., P. Dickinson Sunday principal variety grown I|
teach school. |
svetlon
of
\ producing tor
i larger
' A salad course was enjoyed -by ,' and It la hoped be willlIoon' Sunday.w afternoon. '

,, Canov : the following players: Dr. and I\IEETisoit'-'; XT _. be able to be brought ,home., : Mr. and ,Mr.,,>2L4: ;>;L.Conner" ;, and :Mt Margaret. Townsen f left( ,Miss, Ruth, Fender spent! list west. Florida.
MONWAY for Ocala where sho 'will not
CIRCLE Sunday --The- this was
; Mrs. E. L. Biggs. Mr. and Mrs. D. Choir rehearsals of the Key- children' attend church at Rat- Wednesday night'with'Miss Kettle jrop rear

:''v5y I',t P. Carpenter, Col. and Mrs. J. L. Itone Heights Community church ford Sunday. "I.-I ' teach school again'thla year. Hersey. good as usual being backward d
. Mrs. Mattle Tolbert of Lake unfavorableweatbercondilloThe
in C ,I Frazee, Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vlnlng were resumed Friday evening un- Remember 'H, Y, 'P'. U. every Mrs. H. E; Moorer'and daughter to
tf Woman'sMissionary Rosa Dun- bet
visiting Mrs.
Circles of the City was are now
diclate t Mr. and Mrs. N. Sternberg, Mr. The der the directorship of Mrs. E. A, Sunday bight at 7 o'clock: Every- of Putnam Hall 'are visiting early plantings
+ o Metho- here Is got
''E Mrs. Tel- Society of the can Sunday. Mrs. Moorer's parents; Mr and harvested and shipping
? ? t.. x. r$ and Mrs. F. F. Stump, Smith. body is- invited to attend.
dist church will meet next Monday Mrs. Ruby Beach of Baldwin, on, but the supply Is not abunda
Ir.: fair Long Miss Mabel Weller and The Woman's Club will hold Mrs. C. A. Youngblood.
+ f fN afternoon at three-thirty. The ,The Lawtey, boys basketball spent this week with her father,
R Mr. Joe Truby. theljf- first regular meeting of the !Misses Ruth and Rhoda Zelg-
't+y III Noble White Circle will be. enter- teams met the Vanderbllt l teams on Mr. T. D. Proctor.
season Thursday afternoon, Oct. ler were visiting Misses Willie Mao
n apIf tained by Mrs. L. D. Green and the Vanderbilt court last Friday Rev. S. S. Proctor spent Sundayin 666
a Ih. I MRS. I/ A. I).'VIH KNTICKTAINB 9, In the clubhouse. NAn and Okle Hinson Sunday.We .
.i; .tin. EXECUTIVE: : BOARD Mra. A.; L. Moore, at the home of afternoon and played two Interest- Baldwin an4 held two services are very sorry to report that %..uralilil
In
Informal the Relieve Headache or
rilvnUM' the former. The Harriet Peek program Ing games. Thai!/ second team madea at the Baptist church there. a
n ------ Mr. C. A. Yc-ungblood Is 111 at this Old <>. "I
>dest'of i the 80 minute, eherka a
form of frolic was given by
hlS :,ea of the Circle will be entertained by Mrs a decided victory for Lawtey, the Misses Ella Mae Strickland and ad
In
The first meeting executive writing. We all wish him a speedy days and ....k. Malaria
r 3 t ( Or f 1' board -of the Woman' Club D. E. Knight, at her home. on N. high school students Saturday eve- score being 16 to1 7: The first Josle Lee Shaw spent the weekendIn recovery. > "..
i r'.ll Walnut street.milTHUAY ning in the clubhouse. The affair team! with. 's: score of 16 to 8, a Worthington with .'elallvea.Mr. 600 also In T"blrt,
'r' of the-new
eaFp k{ was held at the home Ml'. and Mrs O. C. Mann and
S for ,the benefit of the
tea was given victory for Vanderbilt The first and Mrs L. O. Rivers and '
p : president, Mrs. L. A. Davis on ch'ldren and Mr. Raymond Mann
and basketball team. Credit for the
t PARTY team pla"edon" three-fourths of Mrs. Mary Rivera spent Sunday in
> AT tiVoM Sept 30th when ahe entertained of Palatka Mrs.
Tuesday were visiting
6 clever Idea of the i is due
< >**' program the game. Everyone enjoyed the High Springs with Mrs. Percy Riv
the entire new board at Mann's Mr. and Mrs. O.W.
parents .
tore) Misty Sanders who planned it. '
\\D: luncheon. Master Olin White, Jr., cele- Betty games very 'much. ers. Keep Cool nt the
' a lovely one o'clock Hinson Sunday.
if At the close of the entertainment
4 r Hi brated his fourth birthday, Satur- Robert Tuten of Jasper, spent
The rooms of the lower floor of wad I / M.\ Charles Trlest of Gaines-
eItatt day afternoon from. 3 o'clock to ice cream cake and candy this week In Lake Butler, assisting ,
1dwarn 1! this beautiful home' were thrown ville was a visitor here Sunday. FLORIDATIIEATUE
B o'clock' at the home of his parents sold --- Mr. Sellar In his new store.Mr .
{ ,; together and decorated with numerous Mi', and Mrs. Dick of Starke RISING MI'. and Mrs., Jim Phillips and
Mr. and Mrs. Olin White and Mrs. George Jacobs of
,ord ( i baskets and vases of bright in Heights'Sunday.Mrs. baby, Jlmmle. and Miss 'Leola
f;,
Keystone
The young people had a merry were Mra. tea:11,11.' ,: ., Cor. Lake City were the guests of Mr.
: blackeyed
'uhfhl 1 golden rod and euane.w Ray Lawrence, Miss Ruth Chesser of Miami arrived here
it time playing various outdoor and Mrs. E. W. Miller Sunday.
hlof The lovely three-course luncheon Lawrence, Miss Helen Ogdeii and '.. Wednesday for a visit with friends Home of "ItaphoneGAINESVILLE.
Each: received as Mr. and'Mrs..E. Miller
games. guest W. were '
:+ was served on small tables each II. R.. Lawrence were' In Gainesville Mrs. B..M. McRae was called to and relatives. FLA.
favors for this happy occasion a visitors In Lake City Saturday.. ,
fr having for its centerpiece a small Saturday. Worthington Springs, last FridayOn Mills Elsie Belle Geiger spent
lollypop. The young host'reeeived Mrs. Mary' E. Cole of the State
vase of the same yellow flowers. six account of' the death of her Monday night with Miss Oulda
"' Ii nice gifts. . Little Fred Roberts year Children's Home in Jacksonville, Week October i
? I'' The place cards carried out this many old son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph K. cousin. Mrs. Earl Dukes, who had i
Ice cream and'cake was served 'was in Lake Butler last wee on Hall.Mrs. .
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\, same color schemed: Roberts\ of Jacksonvlle, was I been 111 for several months. J. 0. Williamson visited --
; to forty guests; who were invitedto business.
aPi After the luncheon, the meetingwas drowned at Camp Immokalee Sat-' Mrs MabeJ Denmark of Jacksonville or' Misses Thelma and Hilda Sullivanone TODAY Y
be with Olin, Jr.BROOKER. Mr. Gathlng Weeks Jacksonville
?5.v ii.. W called to order and a business urday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. was visiting Mrs. Evelyn night last week.

!ffr I** session held. Each department Roberts with their four children. Crosby Frfday4' ', Lake was Butler a this buslneilt week' visitor in Mrs. David Jones la visiting her GARY COOPERIn
stopping
/rre't' chairman made an outline of her Wilmer 12, Robert 10, Ruth 9, Misses Blanche and Ruth Par- at the Rellin Hotel daughter, Mrs.. A. L. Sullivan and

plans for the new year. and little Fred were at the camp rlsh of Gainesville and Miss Essie Milo family
Mr. Jones
Those present were the officers for the'week-end. Fred, who. was Sapp of'New River attended B. Y. business of Jacksonville, Rev. Blanchard filled his regu- "THE SPOILERS"With
was a visitor here this
..n yoe and department chairman, who .. Pearl O.la.... c... in a boat while the other children P. U. here Sunday night. week.

I 1 are: President Mrs. L. A. Davis: were swimming apparently lost his Mre.'T. A, Crawford of Jackson ; BETTY COMPSON: and, 1 K\
Mr R. M. Evans of Tallahassee
.r Vice-president and chairman of Mr. Albert Surrency, our school balance, his parents said and fell ville. 'l is visiting' relatives I here this I JOHNSON
business >
>
was a visitor In Lake
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tt l tl u.. civics Mrs. Edward Burns; Secre- board member, was a' visitor' to overboard and was drowned before week. I Butler last week. etI4lMTEDFORMS From the atory by Rex.Be j

tary, Mrs. W. Q. Halle; Treasurer, Starke last Thursday. help could reach him. The body Mr.'WOl.ry-5; s H.'1\1.'McRae and Rev. S. S. Proctor spent Saturday =

Mrs. B. S. Carroll; Chairman Friends of Valbrum Harrell and was taken to Jacksonville by the children, were1.; Visiting' relatives In Starke at the J. J. Dicklson P SATURDAY"The

al p Membership, Mrs J. L. Peek: Miss Osena Green will regret to parents and placed In charge of near, Waldo Sunday. Camp of the Confederate Veter-
No } Chairman Program, Mr,. L. W'1'i hear of their sickness ValbrumIs Burns and Clymore from, whose ,Mr: Floyd Crbeby; B. M. McRae .

,} tart '{ man; Chairman House Mrs. F. In a Petersburg\ hospital chapel funeral services w.ra,held and ''Andrew7' .. Barber' ''motored' ' 'to ans. Santa Fe TraU\\

i' .p E Hoover; Chairman American while Miss Osena Is In Jacksonville at 1:30: o'clock Sunday afternoon. Jacksonville. Monday." h , WithRICHARD

M, i4 uejad I'{' Home, Mrs. J. T. Guy; Chairman Both are suffering from appendicitis. Coach Charles Backman of the Mr. and Mrs.' B.'E.: Mcltae 'and MILL THEM TODAY ARLEX\\

rt atle School, Mrs. E. K. Perryman; .- Every one wishes University of Florida was visitor children "of"'Starke' were Visiting
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a.M1 l t Chairman Health. Mrs. II. A. Dew; them'a speedy recovery at Keystone Heights Sunday. relatives here"unda1 afternoon. A tory of the' frontier the I Idlanll. |
'' with
? Mrs. A 2. Ad- Jackson- There \\1rut'b *preaching servicesat Exciting battles
Chairman Music Mrs. Amy Haddock of Messrs. Howard Lawrence and

'til,P'r i iU' $' klns; Chairman Beautification ville, visited her parents, Mr. and Kenneth Hoover drove to Palatka Corinth c' ircb 'on 'the 2nd and ;..r ..

l/oR 1 Mrs. O. L. Beasley; Chairman Leg Mrs. K. H. Oreen Friday, night Sunday evening. 4th Sundays' In' each month, pas

Illation Mrs. R. A. Weeks; Chair- Lv R. Gainey Misses Lois and Dr. and Mrs. Rupert drove to tor. Elder C. '"A. Crosby. Monday & Tuesday

INi ; man Education Mrs. T. J. Alderman Pearl Oalney motored to Jacksonville Jacksonville Monday. Mr. Floyd" CroBby''and' Fate STEARNS'

; Chairman Finance, Miss Sunday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Bryant and 'Mrs*. Brown'were-Y1sltlnB In, Gainesville "FOLLOW TIlRlfWith

Mable Wellcr.RECKPTIOIf. A. F. Raulerson spent the E. D. Mowry drove to Starke Mon- Sunday afternoon; ELECTRIC PASTE

; week-end here with Mrs.. Rauler day. Miss Thelma: Underhill of Pine 7S KDJJP
>i the IS OUARANTICD TO KILL and
eM FOR, TEACHERS son a member of the Brooker - Level sectioiaepeat{ the week-end Mir. (;",''',..,.rb.s. WatcrbusV and Nancy Carroll
rv uat' a'r'I -- school faculty here with Miss Hazel Underhill Land CrtM.i Millions of people have nssdRats. *
? ) It diurtov tbs r'.' M j..r., Buddy RogersAmerica's
j The first meeting of the Wom Will all the parents please remember VANDERBILT Mr. and Mr: Jj; D. Dobbs of Rai- Sold [v.rywber.g Your BmineJl tote

an's Club on October 8th will be Parent-Teachers' Association ford were visitors here Friday. fmnr.. I.ie-le nnn*... tl.30! favorite team
( "ra. Bell Norman ('or. : MONEY SJACK 'ir IT rAILS er again In their latent pll'lU
spending; a'few-'days herewith Press
the occasion of the annual reception meets the first Friday each After Telegraph Btarke FU.

j for the teachers of the month T Oct. 31s the next meeting their parents. Mr. and Mrs. .____ ___-H- u_____ -
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,I teacher. of the Starke High YOU are Invited to attend. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Edward and I Wesley McRae returned to their WEDNESDAY"Road

r /t 'p'ji School. Among thos* attending the children spent Sunday with Mr. home In.."cr'' iYlew''section' Thursday 'RADIO to Paradise"\

'x This year the ,,P. T. A. will Join Primitive Baptisl.church Association and Mra. J. U. Edwards at'Brook- -. v REPAIRING

1 4 4kla with the club members la making, at Macclenny last Saturdayand Fr.Mr. 1 John Wheeler, .of Crestvlewi, wee WithLoretta

thi affair a'' success. Sunday were: Mr. and Mrs, Carl Sapp ot ,Stark, a' bu.ineae'iteltor' to this, 'section I ALL MAKES Young

All members of the club and of E. M. Hasen, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. spent Saturday night and Sunday last Thursday.'" I IVitla 1 Comedy and Kr*1 +

; t the P. T. A, are Invited to be present Hazen. J. J, Morgan. J. II. Kelley, with Mr. Frank Norman.A Mr. Walter Underbill 'and Em- Cartoon and Sound C""
i i dry, The. time of the meeting Is E. M. Anderson Mra. Dan Haaen. large crowd from Wateroak ery Melvin made a business trip. to I Smith's service. Station _

330; f A.< A. Haien.. Mr. and Mra. H. P. attended church at Corinth' Saturday Jacksonville'Wednesday. l COMING T li.'RSnJ: .)

r't The school commute consisting , Oalsty.and. children night and Sunday. Mlsties'TeAsa Bennetrand rMls .. Authorized DealerWestinghouse SILLS
MILTON
''t i o f Mrs.iEt.. K.: P rrypa.n. Mr. and 'Mrs. C. S. Laltdl! and Aliases' Ellen and Carna Bell Basis Sapp attended the ball gameat I ,' "

chairman., Mrs.. L. Wyman and daughter; Miss 'Jean.' Mis ;Loll' Norman and brother; Russell, were the'" State Farm' Sunday after. In

Mrs. T. J. Griffin and'a committeefrom Gainey and Mra.. A. F. Raulerson, dinner guests'of Misses Edna1' and I noon. _* I Radios '' "THE SEA }WOLREGULAR

the P. T. A. composed of were shopping In Gainesville Mon Tbelma Lewis. I Mr. and Mrsl!: Raymond Cro.byl. Jsi

Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Mrs. J. \V, An- day afternoon. Miss Pearl Johnson was dinner I, visiting relatives at Sanford. L< PRICES.




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) OCTOPKK.3._ .. 1930_____..___-: _,__.' __.___ __ ----_ _______ -______ _nn.nponir.c.. . -'-"'-". COUNTY, --TKLE'''':'- <-nAFii.--- ,, -STARKK._ -- FLORIDA--- ------- ------- -- -- '--'--- ---. ..... .. - .- .--

t ;- ;52sas2sz5aR52szs25sasasz5sthsasE5as25zsz Mr. D. R. Edwards of J'aek1Jon- This Coach Green Returns to addreus the Florida revision of "
To Model
vllle, was the guest of Judge Dnd U. S. Boys the International Typographical! 44 ;

Mrs. A, Z, Adkin*, for the weekend Hith V" Scholarships as Goal To WashingtonCongressman Union In ClalneHVllle Florida, ab : J'4

Bits of I Ihetr luncheon on October 19! The '.j' '; L,

II I IJs .......-.. ...._._-_.. .",," .."---,,-'''- .. - Invitation WHWextended. by Honorable -
--"' -- ---'-""'- J
111 1 : R A. Green of the
Mrs. E. M. Johns and duughte: ,
Elmer \\'. McCreary and 0thW a. ?
\ Gloria Mrs. T. J. Griffin and MIss Second Florida district, who ban .

I, cal Ne*' villa Annie Sunday Darby afternoon.motored to Jackson- rt recently returned to Washington era.Another Invitation recently received ; U.i

''i from Florida, has had a very active by Judge Green IH that to

t and,busy week In matters pertaining attend the Armlntlce Day celebration '

Concerning Our People, Business and I Mrs. C. A. Knight, Mrs. James to the Interest bt Florida.On at Marianne, At that place j4& 'j,

Progress of the County and Town. ( Shepard. Mlsnes Lena Belle Mnd Monday September! 15. there: will be a joint meeting; of

i Cleo Shepard visited Galnesvll Judge; Green held a conferencewith the World War veterans, Span-
;
Ics \Saturday. I General Wood and Generalflint's ish-American war veterans andCoufedei'ato
___....=...=.. C'OC'O: : ';;O'O; <<>2 <<>2'"'_ ;:.IEIoI. r.II.o ] veterans.
------- -------------------- Included
zszsc.s cJO;';> : urging (that Florida be ;
wt\TInn: : REPORT MMII- "OI.-Dlc1c nnd'Mss! Car. Mr. and Mrs. John Uglow Mud In the restricted area soon c' 'fr

rle Uglow visited Jacksonvlll bliss Carrie Uglow Miss Floreni to be decided upon by the board. I A..U'HU.\ ....\It\U: !>JI j )
f
!I ending September 30, Tuesday. Wood and Mr. Charlie Carleton and In which 'the branch of the I (a.T: WHIU l'ItiJ'i4: 1 i/*

II ;Week 30 by Starke branch U. S. ForPrecli- spent Thursday at Silver Spring , National Home for Disabled' Volunteer KOIl TIlKlll: IMHJH

IiU ServtC Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight spent Soldiers as provided In the (
"
t Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Alvarez and '
: '
Mln Monday and Tuesday In Tallahaisee. Fletcher-Green bill. will. be lo During the pant month five co- ,
Max. .
tn family Mr. and Mrs. James Wa
pate :., cated. On Thursday September 1 oporijllve car loaded with hog ,' .i,.
J.oo "4 92 H'jl. rl.1of Jacksonville, spent the ......."'- 18, he also conferred with President I I have been moved from Alachua '

i \ ,,t. h 92 70 Mrs. W. L. Wall. Mrs. Joe Wilson week-end at. Klngsley Lake. I I-- I Hoover, urging him to Intercede county. Fred L.
thi ":''y ".6 95 70 and, Col. W. T. Weeks vlslte 1 In Florida's behalf and after annoiinrvd yenterday. I
7 91 71 Gainesville Tuesday.' Mrs. R. S. Fernandez amI i' Newly formed Fisher Body Cr ft.-' the conference he stated that he Farmers In the county netted" $&.* '
,.pt granddaughter Fay Yarbl'olgh'and U ,
IIIt 90 70 man's Guild offer $50,000 In was very much pleased' over the 778.12 for the live (car or an ,
"It., Miss Isabel Fernandez. '
9 89 66 2'.28 Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Montieth and span award to youth keen Interest manifest by. the averaKo of $1155.22 per (car Shipments ,,, '
Saturday in Jacksonville. :
82 69 .1'' president the month hayeeX'I"tell .1:
during pant
d
10 Col. J. L. Frazee were In Tallahassee Detroit Mich. . Four U nlv.r.l t y.etolarIitI.s
for week 2. 38 In. Judge Green, September former records since c.
rainfall! of- >SUUU Club ul. on \ all
Total the first of the week.
Mrs. Catherine Davis of JaclBonville k
-
------- S oflrri-d tu the, bay or America In ui: 18, secured the approval of the the cooperative! plans wan Inaugurated f
with her brother and sls-: announcement today ol the form* ,
Mary Canova spent FrIday; nun of th.. Klwhqp Uody Craftsman. post office! department for an extension In t thin county.
MIsS Rev. J. T. Guy visited relative ter-ln-law, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. DiMontmollln oruanitmtlon I dedicated '
Oulld. an No.2 and
\ ; In manunlnrts : of Rural Route The Intent shipment of hog: was 9.
II Jacksonvl\1e. I In Hawthorn and Gainesville thl of Alabama are spending to a and program to porpetuute of education the Ideal' or Hum Haute No. 3, from Gainesville made Friday an County Agent

week. a while at Ktngsley Lake thi: Hnclont craft tullrls. Florida. These two extensions mutinied II. Lewis of '
by L.
Craft.
plants. J. }'. Klckllter. The m-liolurnhlpa ami more than !
Cabbage ., OOO other awards Imvlnir a tolHlvnlue will serve a number of per. the Mate marketing bureau, super '
iift -- Mrs. O. L. BetiHley, Mrs. Edward < In OXOPB nf SaO.OOO will bo
Mrs. A. V. Long of Galnesvtll\ ttlven to the boy who build (he bentinlnlnture ColiC( who are not' now receiving vised the welgli'.ng! and loadingof
Mr. H. C Wall was In JackaonHe and daughter Mrs F.. A. Canova Burns Mrs. J, M. Mltchel models of a -Napoloontocouch. adequate service and will go Into two cars of hogs\: the propertyof
Mrs. L. A. Davis, and Mrs. E." !S. The contest I I. open to everyboy
Wednesday.
of BUshnell were In Starke Friday. In the nation botwwn :10"r effect November 1, 1030. farmers In the Archer, New- M '
Matthews shopping III Jacksonville lu) '
f were of wide IS ana and range 19 Inclusive., there. will h.. two olu..,. + September! 17, he also obtained berry and High Springs section. ,
Mr. and Mrs. F. A., Sweezy wen Mrs. R. T. Richard of Jackson- Monday. visions:Junior tuned la: to IA years. .U.* from the war department one six Seventeen farmers cooperated In '

II MCintOsh Friday. vllle was the guest' of Mr. and Mrs. equal and ,senior' award aged each 10' to group.10 years- with Modi-1- of Napoleonic coach boy of Inche trench moLar and twelve six the shipment, which consisted of
Mrs. T. A. Steele and children. .rl'd '
W. L. Wall over the weekend.Mr. Tb* KlHhKr raftsman's Guild I nation will make in educational mutest Inch spherical shells for placingIn 149 head of hogs and which netted
A. Moore and Mrs. W. U. and ItA educational program are sponsored (
Mrs. F.
51 rg. Alax Cureton of Miami, by lendlnti( edut>ator.and ImlustrlallHts. foiitrred by the PUlicr l) dy Craftsman'sGuild. ; DeSotg Park at Lake City. $1885.63. ,
Munday, Jr., spent last week-en I Hun Itciird, national com.nilsslonar Inset. Dan Beard, national coramimioner "being ,
,
Monday In Starke. Judge Green took this with Arrangements" are made
pent and Mrs. W. J. EppersonJr. I I HrnutM of America up
In DeLand the guest of Mr and of 1ho Hoy of the Boy( Scouts of America
1 la honorary prosldmitof: Qutiden. the department at the request of In other sections of the county to ,
.. of Jacksonville are spending : of the guild.
and Mrs. Bert Daugberty.MUs Wlllluni AI, Usher president 01th aDd honorary president '
Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Long visIted this'week In Starke. Corporation! l In the Columbia Iounty! No 57, the organize farmers so that they!! may

Jacksonville( \ Sunday.Mrs. rlv'ah.il: tr The honoraryhnarct through the tral nine rooolved UK. Guild American Legion, Lake City. The market their, hogs by the coopera- '.
n
Kate Struth has returned 1 of the Guild I. Otmpo..d -
of ii<1ae* enabled
to
nationallynown *. and thereby b* pout will erect the trench motar tive system. Shipments will begin ,
of M''*> fnUowlntf .."
Mrs. J. E. CorpenIng spent several home after visiting Mr. and Mn achieve grader h lKhl '
N. D WaInwright visited fHlueatnrThomiiM *' Car- A comprehend I'lan'' baa beendeviSed and have an appropriate ceremonyIn to move from other sections of the
days In Jacksonville thIs ; L. M. DeSha of Wlldwood. IIJId S. Unlcor president. that It will I be euy for
M.
icksonvllle Beach Monday. npRle Iiitttite eIIt Tpchnology t 1. no entur t Ii. their Armistice celebration. No- county' soon as stock pens have
limit to
week. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Edwards: at HrHtnln, iTonldent, lleotKlu' Institute every boy In! the age : 4 '
natiuimltloB $.
-- "" ttf Tfi-hnoUiuy M. N.ToorpydiJl&; contest.To obtntnthl Tember, 11, at which ,time Judge been constructed. Pens at Archer> U
Jacksonville.Mrs. dCHler -
Mr. Bob Jordan of Durham. N emeritus, Cnlli'ifo) ; of KnRlnerrlnR. und lbllily.of Ooneral the entire Motor* of organisation whluh Green has accepted an Invitation and Hawthorn will be available ,

', was In Starke Wednesday. Mr. and'Mrs. H. .C. Richard of Archlt"t'tur..llv..lty; (i. J. tmvl.,Jr., Palatka .visIted friends and rela M. C. Stith and children oi Alahnma: : riivllon, ha* boon drafted into *urvIre
Ualvrrslty .
.
Fnglnrorlng. University, Kucli. of those 3O.OMO) motor cur lie also accepted an Invitation e lives In Starke Sunday returned to theIr home In Miam W. K. Oiirund.: Stunrnrd: ltaler hue been upplled with enrollment irlU' _
Senator and Mrs. E. M. Johns K. A.: 111)4) hrinrtk; flenn. ColU'KO ofF'.nglneurln with which to enroll
Monday after' a visit with Mr Ohio Htuto tlnvor( lty ; blanks
ient Wednesday In Jacksonville I ofI.iiltliieprlnu the youthful entrant. In additionthny STEAM MESSING COMPANY j
Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Haynes and< Stlth'a parent Mr. and Mrs H.( I L. U.: M. KltnbB.ll, Uorneii) lan lInlv.Colloxn-,. .lty. I'. will advl e and uinlmt the oon-
family spent Sunday In St. Augustine Brownlee.Mr. H. ,! Kolbu. 1"IoI..nt., 1'olvlenhnlo toHtant In any questIons whloh may SUITS CLEANED PKESSRD AND RESHAPED: '
made -
profes.lonat
Crews a
Col. A. S. Robert, A. .rl e.
trip to .Jacksonville Friday, with relatives.Mrs. the Institute Mllllkun I \rnuklyn'l Vt'f1rP\;! Haoketr.U" John RIgdon spent
will be Judged nnpuratf.lv ,
Htatn ,Colli the country ,U ,,
Full ]line fresh garden seeds O. L. Beasley left Wednes. week-end In Marclenny visiting >.K.. Jtev. T.Pennsylvania A. Stt'lnitr nntttnoorlna., C. 8.Unlvernlty J.-. and group according The hove to junior ad.ludKtid: and the onlor tL'IStoreftuman TRY TIll MAGNOLIA FISH MARKET
for several day' friends and attended the Pl'lml. denn Colleito or In both group. and In ,.u'h.
and oat seeds. J,. day for Tampa Hainc and 8. W. '
onion nets rye or, Notre
live Baptist Association at Oak MaHsuchuantt* lute will be given a trip to Detroit FOR ALL YOUR SEA FOOD WANTS. WILL CARRY FULL U
visit. RtrRt Ion. president
and SilO In ,
> Klckllter. of the Guild
a* guest '
Grove church.Mr. Institution The:' Klshxr of TiK-nnnlony.Hoilv Craftsman'; gold.The. SS.OOOsoholumhlp LINE OF FISH, SHRIMP & OYSTERS-E. CALL ST. '
four first award of
Johnny Hagan; left Tuesday for Oulld has been oriranlicfid for the be unnd at any .
Mn.\ R. O. Daniel and Mrs. and BtlnnilutIIIK may
: Edwards returned U St. Petersburg for an extended and Mrs. J. J. Johns and purposn:: craftsmanship' of encouraging;' tttul the dnvplopment university snli-c'tud Theim by tha scholarship fortunate
Josephine Mr and Mrs. E.: F. Johns and Mri. of manual skill among the boy young. craftsmen.
of tour
visit. full college course
tne a
cover
their home In Sarasota Thursday.Mrs. ArmTlcn.*' It WHS felt that with
M. I). Carter and daughter and pre.Ienttrend. toward hlnhly developed year. In the junior divlnlon reached where '
nob have
Mrs Mr. L. Johns spent several day' machinery. there wasdaniter that the the winner' the may.holl\r..hlp.. will behold P'
C. V. Simpson and Russe Mrs. H. E. Fergeson and next generation. would< grow to manhood , college In age trust, by the loUd until the
Daniel of Gainesville were In Lena Lee of Jacksonville spent at Orange Springs fishing. the extinction tiinHktlled' of In real any artisan oraft I and m'ght that winner are prepared to. enter the
Tuesday with the Baisden sisters. university of their uholro.In
SUrke Wednesday. 1 Mr. and Mrs.- Cyrus Hoover at result."It I is our n1pavor* to fostor. Insofar addition to these principal theee
trip for
IJetrolt
award and the
if line YOUR
able, that spirit < ON MAGAZINES
a* we are
I of Miami are spending several week which permeated the ; boy' there will I be each award
llrt.: B. S. Carroll. Mrs. J. HllJIch Mrs. George Roberts Lawtey, workmanship centurion. ," for builders: of the eeoond, best conch ,
spent Tuesday with Mrs. E. LBiggs. .. In Starke with his parents, Mi, craft Kulld or bl&On. the model. both division In earn state
/ and Mrs: F. H."Long"spent aid Klnhen s
and Mrs. Frank Hoover. Cyrus I I laIn ni: the Oulld.: and other cash award for Individual I ,
aim 1
Monday! In Jalk onvDle. ..1r'lble: to become member merit on particular' part of the
"The
boy
Uncle Sam's revenue service at auch woodcraft, %
bullalr a
la thl* model '
of the Guild and compete trlmoraft, and talAcI: _VER before and probably again will
metaloraft palntoraft.These never
the
knocking ,
entering his sixth will bt
Col. and Mrs. ,J. E. Futch of that point year. contest soon special awnrd will be equallrdivided .
leekintf their atari the subscribers .of this be aM
door of Industry given
a1 ... paper
and he U enjoying a well among the junior and seniorgroups
of now that
week-end guests We bejlevn
DeLand were life-work.
In their opportunity of this unheard of
,better equipped In each of the state bargain. 1
A Mr. and Mrs.\ J. M. Brownlee.Mr. earned vacation. they will come I Either of thee offer carry a variety, 0' high claw .

GENT WORD publications.-enough reading for the entire family .

and Mrs. Sam Anderson and Miss Maurine Sassee of Dalton, guests Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. NEW lUUIKlK HIOINO HITILTAT I for a whole year. This ii a very limited offer 10 send ,

COLUMN Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis motored Mass., who has been visiting Mn. L. C. Ray. Mr. and Mr Young WOHTIIINOTO.V HIMIINOH your order TODAY.

to Jacksonville Sunday. Mabel Sassee left Friday for New and Mr. Davis were enroute from

FOR RENT B-room cottage on Orleans, where she will meet her: their home In Pennsylvania to An item of news which we be- BARGAIN Ne. 1

West Madison' street.. F. F.. John J. RIgdon spent Saturday mother who has been visiting I In: Dunedin. Mr. Davis'is cashier ol lieve will be received with much i* sgnsslv. FsV..r, I ,.., ,I. Al.L SEVEN "U
10-3-tf. In Jack' California. They will visit vale. satisfaction the of this AUbesi Tlssse Wkl7. ). I jrHeaie (
'lume with his son, Arthur the First Nationat Flank of Swlckl ) by people Circle. I year ,V 'I .'
ionvllle. '- 1 Lives In Dallas, Texas, before returning /, and Is spending his ''two and nearby counties In that thestateroad AaMrfasa Penltry ..._J. I Tea } FOR ONLY V ,

FOR RENT Five furnished to their home. weeks vacation; In Florida. department Is rebuild- Uentlsweiasa Vans JeerneU Msgssln I y..*r I pear rAND l ,

rooms, bath $20 per month. Lacy Rlgdon is spending sev ,., ing the bridge over the Santa Fe TillS NEWSPAPER $1 8 ,

Clarke st. A. E. Dunham, It* sral weeks in Miami and other' Martin and Elmo Struth of theU. Those attujidlag the football River at Wortblngton Springs Fee .Oa. Tear 4'._ I

points in south Florida. S. Navy are visiting- their par ball game at Gainesville Saturday It In not known whether the ,
PANTED 75,000 Missionary juts, Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Strut; between University ot Florida and new structure Is being erected of BARGAIN Me. 1eotlMra

strawberry plants. delivered to Mr. Jim Lovett and son, Barney. >n a thirty day leave from New Southern College were: Coach wood or steel but we understand & a..I"'.. t r"* ;' 'tv'iced

Lawtey. J. L. Harrell or J. R. of Adel Ga.. were visiting friends York. This is Martin's first trij Broward Lovell, George: Inman, the main span Is the part being Alabama( Tim'..._I (W..kl7)). 1 ,_r ALlrSEVENs k V '

Shuford. 9-26-4t. here last week-end. home in several years during John InmaA..' Frtnk Inman Leatei made over and that It is) being Clrsle t yerAawrlcan yearMsais FOR ONLY 1
.
which time he has seen many for Price hoblnaon* John Eldredg done In a' highly workmanlike 1 Peeltry Jeeraal, I r.., }
1'... a- rirssM. I
I HAVE: ONE ACRE good berry Mrs. J. B. Sapp Betty Alvarez,, sign countries.. Robinson:' MerrlhuStrnth. Johnny manner and will be safe for most AND TillS p$1 ..85AST4IAUf i 'U Ic"'

land. I want some good man to Mrs. G. H. Bennett and Mrs. W. Hagan Woodrow Ford James any kind of trame r.r 0. Yst -- :

furnish money to buy plants and 3. Muttdy Jr.. were' shoppIng In Mr. and Mrs. B. J: Farmer ofSt. Lewis, J. O. Alvarez.' A. E. Wall,, The old bridge there has beena

fertilizer. Henry Davis. It* Facksonville Wednesday.Mrs. Petersburg are spending several Gene Turner, J. J. Truby. J. M,. menace to the safety of motoristsfor

weeks! in Starke having an Edwards H. c* Wall and Senator several years, and it Is slight t USETHIS COUPON L

MULES FOR BALE-Fine pairof J. C. Adklns of Gainesville apartment In the Scott home. Mi"antler and Mrs. K.) M. Johns: wonder that many have not been AvI nun I -jroiv>r

mules well mated work any- and brother Mr. D. R. Edwards 9t! Is a former resident of killed In trying to pass over It.'

where, In excellent condition.Can acksonvllle( were In Starke Wed- Starke and they both have many] In times of heavy.rains It has
to bays lAME: AND TAME : YES-ilL EDITOR. Send Drcla No.: -._.ioa ::
be seen at J. M.. Brownlee lesday. friends who are pleased often been afloat and thereby
place. 9-19-41. hem here. IIIItDH SOME: FllOf: madu doubly dangerous.; -Lake Name . a Cv' ,

Mr. and Mrs. 1\1. S. Jordan and IN L'lI.\T9R AT IIAIFOUD Butler' Time,.

FOR RENT-Have a splendid tlrg. M. J. Burnsed of Jackson- 1 Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. Strutt : Town : '

place to rent one-quarter mile \llle, were guests of Miss Rosa 1 tad as their guests; for the week. Inc *ators create. strange bedfellows TRAIN 8CHEUULB N State _-._R.. F. D_ a : ,

north of city limits. Good' five lalsden Sunday. i end, Mr. and Mrs. W. O., Struth N Brlaa- .. such lal. fesavea .* eer efie **...,--NOW .

room house, shade ?trees 'etc.. '.'and three children, Mr. and Mrs. Setting of eggs batched' at the ............... ...... %

ten acres land. Excellent location .Mrs. P, M. Barefoot and daugher V. L. Edwards and little daugh- poultry farm, at, the state prison Local No.1. 'aouthbound due ,
and Martin and at RaIford woald have startled Starke, 11:11 p. m. "
for farm. Miss Inea Abernathy, and ter of Jacksonville
berry 'poultry : A FEW POPULAR MAGAZINES CLUBBED :
Very reasonable. Care Bradford Has Elizabeth Howe were shop- imo: Struth of the U. S. Navy,, any.hen, but t hastate. departmentof Local No. 11, southbound, due. 4plS

County Telegraph- 2t* ''pIng In Jacksonville Tuesday. !r. and Mrs.. W. W, Page. Jrf, ofainesville. satisfied.fresh water .fish' a&d. -game. are Starke.Limited 11:13: No.a. 107 m. southbound WITH TIlE TELEGRAPH .'


ANTED TOBUy-Plne Veneer James William Brownlee leftiunday' ,, Cracking,, through, shell at' 'the due Stark, 10:41 a. m. The Bradford County Telegraph will be sent for one year' "iJ. ,
Limited .
where he will Mr. and Mrs S. O. Lewis had slJ me, 'flrae.thll past season have\ 191, southbound due ,
Blocks and in for Atlanta'
diameter twelve fifty-eight Inches Inches up long. esume his studies ,in, Southern all their guests last Sunday theirs been tiny; ,bee-like quail wild' I liir- C Stark, 10:88: p. m. .with any magazine listed below' for the period named for the is
,
Must be straight,grain free of Dental College of tlyit city. < ,1f ,.s T.. M. Lewis and family,,their keys pheasants and }baby chick:*. Locals''Northbound: price following each publication.. .
( aughter, Mrs! Lilly Fletcher and Having no .pecl*l. Incubators the No- 3, due Starke. 5:41 a. m. ' .
knots. best
Price It interested advise at stations Mrs. J. J Rlgdon and daugh- family of Jacksonville-. Lew state, departrconj\ :bas beea j forced No.12 dna Stark, 3:05: p. m. American Boy ,.--______ 93.0O Mi-Call's M".1ne ___..._... a... ;

on Seaboard loaded on railroad.cars Roux tel' Eva spent, Wednesday and III' nIece. Mrs M. H. Collins of to use tbesamene''used. \ [' ,for Limited No. 108, due Stark, Amcrlran Magazine ___ ._ tt.RO Mother'..llome Life ((3 .,
.
Crate Bartow 'hursday' In Jacksonville with lulllns, 'S. C., Mr. Zack Sawyer, hatching chlcktns. TWe' results 5:63: p. m.Stark no,'. Life (For all Boys,-_ SUM :year) _.____...,____ 1.75
Company, Inc., heir nephew of Marlon, S. C. and have been that In addition to the and Wanna* Branch: lU-tUr Home A Garden __ J Ml _ _

(Lake Garfield), Fla. 10-3-5t- friends and relatives. W, H. Ballard and family of Restig. game birds retained for hatching: No. 101 leave Starke 7 a. m., No, Child Life _-__ .__ . ? 8.00 Motion Picture Magazine .715 ,

-10-31. 'and Mrs. W. O. Halle and purposes quail. ., pheasants, and 102 arrive 2:40: p. m. dally except Child Magulno (Every) 3.2A Modern ITtacUU __ ____ 1,75 t

I Mr. Mr. wild turkeys hav,. .been releasedon Sunday, WANT A MAN-It you"are between lon, Woodfln, were guests of the T. J. GriffIn, agent ____ __ 'journal
3.SO
C. H. McHugh In Hastigs Mr. and Mrs. E. P'. Johns of farm. Cosmopolitan ? OK Poultry ___ I AO ..
25 and 65, own an auto and Mrs. allahasdee, have been visiting; for Approximately; ,:<50 quail, (0 Drllneator __.._ .._ 11.00 PaUiflader _____ 2.00 U

willing to build a real, paying Sunday. the past two weeks with Mr. pheasants, and mora than 100 wild Blue! nUll Schedules Etude (For Music Lovers 2.25Penn Pictorial: Review -_..___ a.. .,'

house business of your own by selling .Kenneth' Montgomery has re- 'Johna' parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. turkeys hare been brought,to maturity Sontbbti id-9:37: 'a, m., 1:37: % Live Stock Iteconl '.73 Popular Hrlmsre Monthly 3.2$ ; ,._ _

to house, a line of guaranteed after a f.wday. Dhns. They will return to Tal- thlst first year that exp.ri- a. m.. 4p 'to., 6:37: p. m., IK- Forest A Htream __ -__.- a..73 Poultry Tribune ..-. ___.. . 1.15 : .

everyday Deull ltle.,- Including .irned visit to Clearwater her. with his mother, ibassee Sunday where Mr. Johns merit have been carried' on by the 40 p. m. Good housekeeping . __. 8.5O Review of Revtow ___ ___ 4.00 ,,_____ ,

home remedies, toilet, .Montgomery resumes his position with the Sea departments. In"addition, a small Northbound-4:10: a. m., 8:53a. : lloraa Friend ?. __, _? 1.0O SucceMfnt Farutlaii (3 3i '

articles stock and poultry preparations Irs. board Air Line Railway Company. herd of deer are being cared!! for m., 1:53 p. m.,4.23 p. to.. 8:23p. : Household Ooet (a year) 1.7B rears) -- 1.11 _ _

In'your home county I Williams of ,., on a fort-. re farm,.. The 'raising m. lInnt r>TrMler-Trpper: a.oo Batnrdajr Evening Poet LOG '' I IWomaii.
pant to talk to :you. Sales experience Mr. and Mrs. C. D. of .Mr. andMrs. Those that attended the Friml. and breeding ofthe game birds II Ticket and Information at i Illustrated Mechaolc (a '* Farm Journal (ajrears ; _ I

unnecessary, as we ''teachou Tampa 'were guests ttve Baptist Association at Oak In accordance with the plan of the Smith's Service Station next tc years) __'__ :_.., __ .,73 ) -_ _.__.. .75 ,
several daysthis
) free. A permanent profitable [ L. D. Green for Grove church near Glen St.: Mary department fo! .. (stock depleted courthouse. Junior Home ____?__ . ..00 Woman'* Hom Companion II.2S 4i _

bu !ness. Garrett make. $50 ot week. inday were: Mr. J. E. Roberta of .I territory,. Successful attempts to Literary Digest _. ?__.. 5.40 Woman World _?___.__... 1.ItC , .'_U ____

more weekly, Cash plan or and Mrs. R. J. DaVls' and awtey;' Mr. and Mrs. J. J. .Rlgn restock this terltorT.bave also ,re- New Smyrna Hardware Co., capitalized i Ladle, Home Journal ._...- 3.25: Your Home -___ . _____ .... 4' '_ _ L
credIt: with security. Exclusive Mr. and lIfrs.W. suited from! ,the closing ot certain at $5,000 granted charter
children spent Sunday at Daytona of Stark., and Mr. : Note--If two magazines are wanted with a year's vnbHcrlption _
territory Insures hnlltl $1500
rll. and children of Motions: toalhbooting. of Incorporation.
to with Mr. and Mrs. D. P. E. Torod. to the '
each Telegraph deduct from
15.000 per year This big iwtey and Mrs. Effl Miner and110ft" ., ., Winter Garden B. II. Roper $1.50 the price given 4 :

laying vacancy' must, be filled mlth. Howard and MUses gYjIRIC"don ..x.a.w.1KuaU Drug Store constructing office building and for the two; if three magazines are wanted deduct $3.00 from '. _ _

at''*lf.Onee. Tell 'me aH about your. Sammy Sternberg "left Sundarfor and Beatrice, Miner. I rt0204ele4.. ,', your age and occnaton.writ. ''Fompgnio'-rtob.oo Seivlce: ,8taLlon. Plant City.Elberta Crate.! Material _
at .nce to\!rti.1.: Terrell. Atlanta: ,to,resume"--Southern,his eacKT; : :Yon' _

tlell! ,orrantzer;<"z t"Norfh" St.. (ha Atlanta : Davis,'of Sewlcklcy, pa i, were parebaae4 byUv>f. Caudle.,1 mill on South Collins St. : can ecure the three for one year each for,500., _ _
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; '" '.; will I remember no more.- -Heb. per, cent of attendance. Help you 7 v .,,, .> r ,- - ,
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': 8:12.: own church. T_ ,
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-'- Prayer: "For Thy mercy and Prayer meeting Wednesday at ,
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..it Yi Thy grace Father and Redeemer 7:30( p. m. A cordial Invitation tall .. $tJJ
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.. : hear." our services extended to all. 1! ; 1
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The Spotless Offering: For if the ,
Thy word is limp onto feet and alight Ptalm' 119105. GET; TCKiKTHEK MEKTING< ,
) a my unto mj ptlh.- blood of bulls and of goats, and "" ," .. -

Z'' 1tPWfir1! %pf All religious 'teaching, doctrine or the ashes of a heifer sprinkling the Elder Robertson pastor of the
> __ tynHUi: unclean,Wnctlfleth to the purify-
creed, if they are to have any claim First Christian church in Jacksonville ,
1 i I ; ipon the love loyalty and devotion of the people must be in harmony with Ing of the flesh: How much more churches (,
has asked that the
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i the teachings of Jesus the Christ whose words fit ,Into every fold and crevice shall the blood of Christ who thru ,<
of the human heartl and of whom it wee aid In John7:46,"NEVER MAN the eternal Spirit offered' himself at Long Bridge Starke Graham,
SPAKE MAN." and Theressa meet him at Hampton -
without spot to God, purge :your
church next Friday night Oct .f;...., Hilly
t WKKKLY; <: 8EUMONKTTKliriMt <: them that sit in darkness' and In conscience from dead works to
3rd at 7:30 p. m., for a good
I as the shadow of death, to guide our serve the living God? -Heb. 9:13: ,
' fellowship meeting. The chief
r' The Vine We (Ua"+ Ilram-lim feet into the way of peace." 14.
% thing on the will be a
program
John's walked "In all Prayer: "Keep its faithful, keepus
John 15:1: 2, 4, 5. I am the'true parents sermon by pastor Roberston. All
t vine, and my Father la the the commandments and ordinances\ pure. come,
husbandman 2. Every branch in of the Lord blameless" These' October ft, 1030 W. E. Daugherty.

beareth not fruit he tak- were the "moral laws and ceremonial Remission of Sin-And almostall r,
me that
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etb away: and every branch that rules of the pentateuch," things are by the law purged 1 .w" D Ct

boareth fruit, he purgeth Its thatit the first five books of the Bi with blood; and without shedding BRADFORD FKOPLK<; VISIT

:Ys ), el 0 may bring forth more fruit. ble.Tho of blood Is no remission. It was CLAY CHURCH KKST1VAIA ; n+' 4't

Y 1t0h( Abide: in me, and Iin you, As the lesRon closes with these therefore necessary that the pat- -
branch cannot bear fruit of itself, words, "And the child grew, and terns of things In the heavens delightful time was enjoyedby

the except It abide In the vine; no waxed strong In spirit and was in should be purified with these; but about two hundred'people, who

i i more can ye, except ye abide in' the deserts till the day of his shew the heavenly things themselves attended the Decoy church festive 1

fee me. 6. I am the vine, ye are the Ing unto Israel," when he came with better sacrifices' than these, on September 24th, at Donovan's

lieadisa ;c branches, He that abldeth In me, (Luke 3)) "preaching the baptismof For Christ is not entered into the River View Villa, on the banks of

i iM I and I In him, the same bringeth repentance crying In the holy places made with hand, 'the beautiful St. Johns river.

tab'' ,,1 forth much fruit; for without me wilderness, Prepare ye the way of which are the figures of the true ; Refreshments of sandwiches,
r sated, coffee, ice cream, cake, sodas .
ye can do nothing the Lord make his paths stralgut but Into heaven itself now to appear -

Prayer: Oh thou source of Life A child can have no better preparation in the presence of God for uaHeb. candy and cigars, were on
for a great work, than a sale from attractive booths. A
and Truth, In Thee we live move 9:2224.prayer"Lo.: .
good; home, and especially a good good profit was realized for the
v and have our being.! .our sins on Theewe
,
ve benefit of the church.Entertainment .
How may we get wisdom? Answer Christian home. cast Thee our. perfect sacri- ; 1Dr read-I Kings 3.9. What are the rights and dutiesof Ice.." was furnished -. .
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I, se ;; rt t l I parents and children! in a home? October 9, 10:10 by Sampson City school of Bradford -

y' that I Parents are largely responsible for He Comes Again-So Christ I county Much praise Is given rF-4; HiTi -in
SCHOOL the children and teacher Mrs. c's
; s SUNDAY bringing Christ and his influenceInto was once offered to bear the. sIns

> { ,I i,' [ LESSON the home. The child shouldbe of many; and unto them that look I Agnes Knowles, for presentingsuch -1 II 91 I
> obedient unselfish kind to all an enjoyable program. Music
ro I for him shall he appear the second 9ED
.t _ was furnished by E. T, Hunter and 1)iL1IL141tLY
members of the home. Parents time without sin unto salvation. ,
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U O. Is
txm OCTOHKIl 3, 1)110: should watch over and cultivatethe Heb. 9:28.: O. A. Knowles.

; th NI,., ; t t physical, mental, and moral Prayer: Let thy light 0 bright r Three prizes were given the ; 1

\ Subject:. Zacharlas and Elizabeth and spiritual parts of their chil- and morning star guide us. first, a beautiful cake was won by Ems '

: HIfli !, dren. Boys and girls should love Mr. C. D. Brown of Sampson City t'L t
; while Miss Annette North of Green
4 Golden Text: "And they were their parents and tell them so.
r1,T'Y/i 1; both righteous before God walking Fortunate Is the child of whom I1AITIHT Cove Springs and Mr. Craig Glis-

t l, t In all the commandments and one can say, "The hand of the son of Keystone Heights each won
Sunday school at 10 a. m. V. B. an attractive door-stop. L
i of the Lord, blame- Lord was with him DQDM
Wheeler, supt. About fifty citizens of Bradford '
less." Luke 1:6.: Is''r. IGl4'
14 ; t"ordinances Lesson Text: Luke 1:6, 6; 57- Worship at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. county were present. We are grad
DAILY lilltLK: READINGS m. Note of hoar to welcome
/' 66, 76-80. change for evening them Into our midst
i IL L'r j' Questions Arising From This service. and heartily invite them to come _

tenIP > !t. Leseon: What makes a Christian October 3, I03O Sunday Is "Go to Meeting" day again. 1 : _

E "clanF1 ; The of to :In Starke. I y' (
home duty parents pro- The Priest We Need-For such

F1 I vide their children with such a high priest' became us, who Is We, are confidently looking for I IIO.MK: : COMING: DAY ; IQ.ST Fijcoa t:>LAjO| 5ECO/JD T-LOO& PLAMS ) ]
I homes how children with good harmless large numbers at both morning *
A1tyArL ; holy undefiled, separate I JIJ'a H
; ; homes are. blessed; what children from sinners, and make higher and evening services. October 12, 1930, Long Branch . ?
\I owe. to their parents and their than the heavens; who needeth not Morning subject: "Are We Los- emetery, all friends! and relatives t & 84 iWCL.L

kJW .., Ing Our Sense of God?" Invited to attend. .
l, homes high,
,+ lr dally as those priests to ot- such In the cellar.
L r- A UMQCK: < GAIILKU< are provided Mr. James Reynolds) and slater,
B.
+ y P. U. at 6:30: p. John Dinner will be served on the.
The time of this lesson Is m. '
given ger up sacrifice first for his own ENGLISH The house Is of frame construction -
< CXJTTAGEKronomy Cleo, and Mrs. Lossle Wasdin at
by some writers as B. C, 4, and by s'ns, and then for the people's: for Powell president. grounds. Rev. J. L. Strickland, ,with stucco finish tended church
\ at Macrlenny Sunday
/ others C. 6 but the birth of Mid-week service at 7:30 p. m. pastor. -
as B. this he did once, when he offered : In Plan, Charm In De This house measures 31 feet 81 .
John the Baptist occurred about up himself.-lleb. 7:26: 27. Wednesday' Bud Harris, Clerk. inches across the front so a 46
; 81"n.
The 'communion of the Lord'sSupper Mr. Roy Reynolds left Wednet-
six months before Jesus was born. Prayer: Thy name .O Lord be foot or larger lot should be used
+ The man appointed to ascertain evermore adored.O'loh..a. will be observed at close of Tampa-Acting on reports that day for Tampa, where he Intend
1' the morning service hundreds 'of headed (By R. C. Hunter & Bro. to allow for a driveway and proper staying for a while.
\> the date of Christ's birth made ui OliO next Sunday. Jobless men are '
I *raB clear
| Architects, New York) space. I
hey" ; w t rum < i!; mistake and fixed it about five A Covenant-For 9PRtiMMYTKIUAN for Florida menacing motorists Mrs. A. W. Broughton and chll
ittr' J' .liew"M' Satisfying this .long highways to the state, the An economical and livable- Complete working plans and ,
j/,/;> years too late. Therefore the dates is the covenant that I wll make <: dren spent Friday night withMrs. !
specifications of this house be
chamber of commerce and officials thoroughly American-plan happily may Sloan of
; of the birth of John and of Jesus I with the house Sampson.
of Israel
after obtained for a nominal sum from
here today called conference combined with an English cottage
a those leaving Monday
fJl are now given as some before Among
Il, years those days, salth the Lord; I will Services Sunday October. 5, as south exterior here have the building .editor. Refer to
the beginning of the Christian follows among Florida municipal type ; we portrayed for Lake Wales Windemere and
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put my laws in to their mind, and :
house H-A-102.
i modern American home
and county officials here next Friday a
other points of the south were
Cas7r 'Ii era. write them In their hearts: and I 10 a. m. Sunday school, J. M.
.
; Our for to consider means'of stoppingthe of character and charm.A Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dyal, Mr. ami
.lesson today begins
1 will be to them a God, and they Truby, Supt. I
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"There in'the on-rush. Travelers returningto study of the plan layout Mrs Mr. L. E. Ratllft
41xI ,;t was day of Herod, shall be to me a people.-lIeb. 8-: 11 a. m. Morning worship, ser- Easterling,
r t,>! the king'of Judaea, a Certain 10. mon by the pastor. The Holy Florida report thousands walk- shows a direct and logical arrange- I Mr. Hubert Brown, Miss\ Thelnw
tn''C Ing the roads in southeastern ment with no lost space. Hall- GRAHAM
others.
priest named Zacharlas, of the Brown and
Prayer Communion of the
Lord God
: Help to Sacrament
us, of
dlofDi states, begging rides and threatening have, with the exception of
71 i, ways and
toI course of Abla: and his wife was faithfully keep covenant with the Lord's Supper will be cele- Mrs. Elizabeth Dryden
,,1f. -%:t; of the daughters of Aaron, and her I Thee. brated. The pastor and session and cursing motorists who re- a small space on the second floor; daughter, Martha, spent Thursday
i name was Elizabeth." This Herod fuse to pick them up, and officials bean> entirely eliminated, and the Mr. .A. 0. Brown was attendingto night in Starke.
October 5 OliO urge a full attendance of the
I mem- here consider the situation ser space thus saved has been put to business In Starke Sunday.
t ql was not a Jew but was an Edo- Full Knowledge-And shall bership. Mr. 'and Mrs. C. F. Wesibrook
\ mite and they 1 ious. Health officials, police and work in the rooms. Mr. R. M. Johnson and son Margie\ of
; was made king of Judea Christian and little daughter,
It .!>! jte not teach every man his neighbor, 6:30: p. m. Endeavor
p : other officials were Invited to the Entering a small vestibule the Fred were visitors to Starke Sat- while
e/hs r by-the Domans Omega, Ga., are spending a
and every man his brother saying Topic, "How We Can Help the
sussOdan conference here after discussion of stairway leads directly to the second urday. tin
Zacharlas and here the mother,
I Elisabeth with latter's
were Know the Lord: for all l shall knowme Folks of Our Community." Leader
ant ",.f both descended from Aaron, the the problem by the chamber of floor, an opening on one side Mrs Beatrice Hines of Cooler Etta Reynolds.
dotrrsvyi from the least to the greatest Miss\ Blanche Alderman.
;i\ brotherof Moses and the n/st -Heb. 811.: 7:30: m. commerce and Mayor D. B. Mc- leads to the living room and on Pond.l8 spending a few days this 1 Mrs. C. F. Westbrook and Ml>

t" Ile .'., high priest. Prayer: 0 Blessed sermon and p. Evening worship, Kay. It was'pointed out that the the opposite side to the sun porch. Week here with her mother, Mrs. Cleo Reynolds were shopping in

-One :i 1:.... The lesson ofthem, "They Saviour for song. movement against the Idle does The kitchen and service are very Kate Starling. '. Starke Friday.
says
leaye. the coming of that day we live and This is "Go to Church Sunday",
Ai 1\ k')! were both righteous before God, labor. and everybody In Starke la not apply to tourists and winter compactly arranged. Mr. L. C. Smith, was a business Mrs. Edith Starling of Sampson
lara urgedto visitors who will be On the second floor three
;j" welcomed. are visitor to Hampton Friday.Mr. with her
walking here
In all the commandmentsand spent the week-end
October 6 to church
1O3O go some the churchof
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i tors? j. ordinances of the Lord blame- God's Great Mercy-I will be their choice. The churchesare nice bed rooms, each a corner and Mrs. F.V.. Reynoldsand parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Brown
Pompano--Barber shop openedby with
room ventilation bath
cross ,
a children and Mrs. Etta Rey-
: leas: King David had divided the .
hCa \ merciful to their unrighteousness .engaged in a friendly
rivalryas Jack Jacobs
in J. J. Forrester
d'I 'tf.t and plenty of closets. nolds spent the week-end at Mac- Lake Worth Grounds on eastside >
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eH11tu priests courses, which took and their sins and their Iniquities to watch will have the highest shop.
i. weekly turns in conducting the The laundry heater space and canny of city ball being Imprvoed

;. ,j temple service '

ui I Ii Abljah (Abla) the ancetsor of I "THE :MAIN THING ON l\IAINSTREET- By L. F. Van Zelm I

p Zacharlas was In the eighth course

4 ((1 Chr. 14:10.: )

; When Zacharlas and his associate .
-T'ULLar3 PR.UHNESZE'IMMCD
Hatty Uuzs TIMES Alai NO-ttOW THtpOOR Z)>. LEEBIAM'S 1 0AMESTABLISHMENT 1'10"11'' 1bMOI1.QO
priests asuembled the lot fell '
IMC\I&ATO ( PRICES: ..4' LIKE THEY Bat4 HA n TO _
P on Zacharlas! to enter the inner ,
SHADED) OM rV ALL 'LAMPS -
A uSE TuM PLAY IN THESTtIEET CHUM CttiPPEn tr
temple and burn Incense for the MAIM' STREET'S: {.Job M M 5T 80&8'1H'TH
sins of the people while the multi- (OMPLwTH DA'2Q. -- m
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a1f 'X1 ? /p /
a { tude stood outside and prayed. h l. /:.. t1 MEDDAL S IHC COLLAR ADD 60f.V.

1f l I ,r' While In the temple an angel appeared -' BASEBALL STARTS / / .----..- 1 1'1 1 "f O. _... b
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,yeore'q to Zacharlas and told him : ": I I Count COIIARS o IN A
WE1 WASH IAuNORtTi4
?,?fuare that a. Bon should be born to him ? I I I I

,:" ,1T i tij: w and Elisabeth. Zacharlaa doubted 'ESTER ....., "(OuNGHlCUOQV fl l COMIrtG
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the angel's words and asked for n -
MAIM aTIlUT5 -
.sor sign. He was made dumb (and > -- --
'1F k \BAOT. f ttuTH MADE HIS --'- ---
probably death) partly to convince L ---
etr him and partly as a penalty for his FIRSr HOME RUN Ot I ?-- ) tvyANGtR
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h d"I unbelief. He remained dumb until THi SEASON" .. DURING ::____..... i (,( ,? :

the child was born. When the THE CLICKS NOON MOUK. ............ .
time came (when lie was eight BALI GAME ..

1.{ loll days old) to name the boy the A HOME RUNMASN"1" HONE RIJH -
: NoI. friends and relatives of the family MOMt RUM FoQ ,d
sort ( Tt't ONII THING' ; 'tcutt( / FOP HIM NIM AN'
A DAME
OratluN I. and the priest were gathered together TVi *
"And they called him wclcola'r. ( A'If:1i1) / ( AFt GETS 'ab r., ; ,

to CT; ad tr, Zacharias after the name of his EITHER THERE I A I

Ile father," as was then and Is now a ......11. ro .N. < .

alougO rustont. When the angel appeared I ____ ___ __ ______ _n__ L'fv,-
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I \, in the temple he said to Zacharl". ,

'Ctt '. ..'!,! "Thy shall prayer bear thee Is heard a son: and, and thy thou wife'I DQROTIIY DARNIT :1 By Charles McManus I

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aya,9N (;a shall call his! name John." Doubtless .

s *jl N ..i. Zacharias had told Elisabeth .\ AH DOROTHY. !t ARE ""'oU CT000 YES ,.' WHAT

; I It. of the angel'*., command and they V/HA.T, ME YouINTERS.VTIO oI' ) f-v''RLTHMETIC II AT I c WOOLP Sty POOr os

'' f I: ""i; had agreed on the child's name. So C) *. ) IN"? MULTI PLICATIOA' OP CUTTER AT f4Ir

1 ii th, \.;; when the friends said he should be r I THIRTY BA

Net f named for his father she said "Not .I CENTS

011I : so; but he shall be called John." J.& A POUlsl r
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The friends appealed to Zacharlas
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T lf: name is John." The friends said, A-r- _.nl.d1 ,, ,
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iW : ; "What manner of child shall this

1 be?" This is a question which allIt.
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It. parents should consider. Then a

11' Zacharias' voice returned to him, ,

Q4j 1\\'; "And he spake and praised God." 1

sf Ills speech la recorded in verses e

frt.. Y 'k 68-79. of Luke Chap. 1, where
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' 6'vF Zacharlas addressed the child as

, I 1'( ,e follows: "And thou child shall be
"- called the prophet of the Highest I

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,Another large
'by "Iv" t'.lIt' the tol lowing decrIbd 1.\.nl., n 111 noa ....ld Fall of Florida proximately the same as last year. Plant City FLORIDA: -1 4
FIRST MON bAY IN Crops and modern fruit packing house amendment to I j:
"( .!lnn on the OCTOH$3)$ 19:10.: It I.elnlrr dui the 8c a pound tariff, the That the following
;lI, RU dl Rid '11I"th. b..tore tb e courthouse d "'I\.t IOt"'k.t In lh'a<1. LAWTtSfMrs. to will be In operation here<< soon. Section 6 r.>f Article !Ii> of tho Constitution .. I
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4 ', -r; \ilIftt, ,lu" tur to-x" .e t oppo.Ita the p.nrn... l"It' her with 10. H. Unrner, Cor.IxH Show Fort Pierce -- Florida' Indian to bon ")J Ill .uh: .0.1.. an.1 &dvoo.tI.ln a- C. A. FU'rCI Tlu. Collector. high quality, produce and that It River Canning Company's new hereby, ....ro' d to mod nhall bu Hllb-* '
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l flu ttteni to tin electors of tilt Mi atat
T., ... Now tILe. 20 will curtail shipments Into the plant wilt start operation October1st. the Uoneral lOUitlin 1crlPtlUfl .et'. T )t A Owner (..... IiHI't.1I >lit Fi (iit and Jrt>xk, Lee "lnnlilllC'l KxiMNlml United Stated to about 50 per cent tlvea to bo held III 1V10 for approval ,
.t.1n IhtwliiiK Kiitortatn.: ti> SM Per Vent Above Ijvl",,ll or rejection. That said Auction I ,
FJ) fit N'V of the crop. Harmon' shall be amended so aM to tend Ha 4
4 tt -situation n'<" Itt' ,,"11i Ttimn- llartow Markey -
I Misses Leola
,!nnlnw. Po' of NW'.4 flf FORK and Jessie drawback follows: -
'(Orllort NII! i; ; Hz run hi] 1i0 Lee Dowliug wero hostesses to a tot-H, lIC'*"'', (VlorjKtr! lInt the tariff has Its Grovery Co., of Tampa leased partof Hectlon It. The Legislature, xhnll : -

I" ;. W DO tt N 1011I for the growers. It was generally building formerly occupied by have- power to provlilo" I tor iseutirugStale
I tI" _________ 28 8 22 1. C. IlobbR, ________ 7.01 delightful club party honoring believed that the tarIff bonds only I for the purpoxi:. :of .
by Wholesale Groc
growers
b1 26.- Hebb & Collins
t pnlnt 83ft ... Miss Lillian VOSK of Brooker, who Jacksonville Fla/ Sept. repelling. ; Invasion or supprexxtnir Insurrection
At
ntlerl' ,* a of NW*, of Conditions which have spelled disaster would bring them relief by advancing ery. ami the Countlc-a, Dl -
line is leaving for New York ,
I jf City. lots or Munlclpitlllli of the State
H NP of Church prices but the supporters ,
.ide Manatee Extensive
In other Improvements
: to truck sections
g 10 .'n 104 ft South The clubhouse was beautifully crops of Florida shall have power tu l III-
t an4 rUI1 J H;] 104 ft to. I decorated with of the country should bring of the tariff' have Informed them made to waterworks systems sue bonds only after the same shall -u
W yellow
!I ,t .thence It to be.---- 21' 6 22 Mary 1>1. .Lee ..._.. 4.93 : rod and palms. The colors of prosperity to the truck growers the votes. cant In an election In '- ,
,I Udfl't b2Yi' In NW corner green and gold being", carried out Florida this coming season and( the\ to bring production up to the excluded !I which a majority of the freeholder j -

''ee Acre ;w'4 of NW'428 6 23 -deo. H. Weller __.__.. 8.U'' growers of the state busily engaged supply from foreign coun II"'I! : \1. MVSTKH'S: SAI.H who are qualified electors residing
of are
tN lock I 01'1.'f" throughout the evening. 'I In such Counties Districts or Municipalities -

'" 1 ) 6 T ------- 28 B 22D.. C. Jones :.-...._ 14.14 Delicious fruit punch was servedby In the preparing for the tries. Hereby, notice la given that under shall imitlclpatft to be P : u
Il 1 Town The financing of truck crops has and by virtue of that certain final Held In the manner to be prescribedby
lots 66 l planting of their this fall so
40 tt crops '
"W Mary Lucile Torode and Guilda law but the nf thl.A..t .
28 8 22 A. K. C rantaa. _ northern doc-rue of foreclosure made by the ; provisions
"I'k4 orlwlnal ____.134.63 of ordlnarly been done by
that take shall
16 Townf Marie Thede. they may advantage judge of the Twenty-sixth Judlclu not apply to the refunding
nmench 8 I'.a ft Block this situation. Seemingly the commission houses but in some Circuit In anil fur llradford County of bonds Isiued exclusively for the
T
) corner of lot 88... Fruit basket, percolating dumb of these houses Florida.. In Chancery, or. the. 91 h day purpose of refunding of the. bonds or ,
108 w the
fld run N same elements which have been sections plants In favor the Interest, thereon of such Counties -
1 Call i'tl'4 11I crambo car contest sending a of August A. D., 1930 onaao 9
I : inS tt to Orllr- ., working for this state have cur- have been Indefinite and.farmers [ Hague, and against KllsaItiaddock Districts or Municipalities.-'

: fl to lJell"lnnlnlf_ -__---__ 28 6 22 Mrs. Maddox ......... 50.15 telegram have you ever been here tailed production In other states without sufficient credit to buy widow and heir of _A, Uilraddock -.r-'
Town before Aunt Matilda wants to deceased and rill-a llrnd
'ertlllaer at A JOINT RKSOLUTIOV fl'An
I at NW corner and Florida has not suffered seed and have been dock a. adnilnl-trntrlx cum teitwmento Proponing
as !
." Walnut streets. know, and other games were play. annvxn of the entitle of A, HBiadtlock Amendment to Article IX of
tan ll W* on Call .t 149 ft ed. Contest winners were Hallle from the drought and with practically loss to prepare for their crops. deceased and Eliza Ttrodlink. the Constitution of the SIde' of

to a point of b..!:: ,r normal weather conditions Many sections have received funds .HCuaidlitn.. of W. L. lirnddock Florida, Relative to Taxation and 1k
In Jones and Louise
N 106 ft no Thede. It heir ami II. V. Knight irutiril Finance, to Hi Known UN S...:II(1n
:' nIng I s job thence II 16 ft to I28 6 ,,, 2Tin's -D., E. Knight --': _-.. 20.69 Those enjoying the evening with Is ready to enter into the fall sea from the Federal Seed loans. minor Ian Ad Lltem of said minor and the 11 of Article' IX. 3 i
,,"" ', ...... been said that If the farmers 1UJ IT liK.SOLVKP: RY TilE LKO13LATclRM -
U I,(, tt E .. W by .' Misses w'erel son with an extremely promising has ",,14'1Y.' I.I llraddiick, minor heir or
1t Fogg and Dowling : OF T>IK BTATU OB;
,
E 'jl' deceased. defendant.
N Ii S boundid < ::1" ,' : outlook fur truck could have been sufficiently financed A. H. Hrndtlnck
II It IT N by J..aerrn '. "! ' Misses Lillian Fogg, Louise Hayes a profitable crop the umlernlKntHl.. as Hiiwlal Minute FLORIDA!
lllo'k Call et 28 6 22 Sam Uo.enbera28.13. season. that the truck acreage of Flor- will offer. for eels In front nf the That the following amendment of
------
at S bY W of' I I"J of Starke, L'oulne and Rle Thede Ida would have been Increased 50 court hoime il.mr I In Him*'k e. Flotilla, Article IX of the Constitution of .
lot com 48% ft 18 Gladys Reddish Ruth Howe Mary Everywhere In the state indications on the Bin tiny of Oi.tober. A LrciO ). the State of Florida to be. known as .
of Block '" lo 75 cent. "Section 12 of said Article IX be and.
) corner per : to the highest and beta bidder ,
Call et 3T ft '" Luclle Thede Eunice Whitehead point to an Increased acrea-
on the same Is hereby agreed to and
W The acreages that have been reported for, cimli.., the following rle l serIl'elproie.ty.
106 ft H] 37 ft 5 in Kathleen and of truck this fall and although In Hrud shall be nubmltlpd to the electors ofthe
Arthurliie age
Blanch- crops lying and being
28 6 22. J. M. Alvares __._...82.U tentativeand j
---------- -- at this time are ritute of Florida at the general
t.' S3fl In Stark Block ard. Dollie Umklns Beattice Miner the reports ot the Intended may run higher or much lower ford Lot C'fiunty Two <,Z> I.lalh to-wlt North! nna election to be held on the first Toes'I -

1q Call Abble Ilarley Doric Burney fall acreage are not official. It may half nf Lot Three ((8) of Hlin-k Three day after the first Monday In November j

:Inue i C..iitdpfl L. Peek N by S by Mrs. W. E. Torode: Messrs.! Melvlu be said that the Increased acreagefor us many sections are governed( U) of H.vla and Truhy'H Adillllon jection., 1930, for 'ratification or re- t
.t W hY by weather conditions.( to the Town or t\t.'ko. I'ubllo Jleoordit -
& by lot J. E. Futch Monk Dlnklns. BUI and fall planting will show from 20( of Bradford County KlorlJii. Suction 12 For a period of fifteenyours
"tn 28 6 22 D. E. Knight _______ 55.GO of the principal -
------- Green beans Is one from the hcitlnnlng, of .
'* Joe Harrell. Dutch Harley Ilallle to 30 per cent over the acreage of together with Mil tenement and opera.lion
f.1' a Clock 23 OrIginal fall truck crops) and the intended httiuditamenta, all lncliietrl.il I plants which, -
_ ______________ jg g 22 D. C. Jones ___?_._ 36.45 Jones Howard Miner, Howard 1 last! year. K. M. JOHNS. shall b.. established In this Smite' en d
own O'llflnal jaIl plantings showed a or after July lat ID2!> '
22 Master engaged prl.
Dlock (Special
-,'n I 8 .. --------- 28 6 22 deo. Marcotte ______. 61,44 Moore of Hampton. Van Burney One of the factors that has stimulated substantial Increase In acreage. j r.. FiiAZina.Solicitor : murlly during said period In the '

roan Lotil., 2 4 Block 19 Louis Hill Jr., Billy Wainwright, Interest in truck crops is tower and the Ever for Complainant. manufacture .of steel vessels. automobile .
It east coast
51 I Town ______28 f 22 Bradford County Bank 2(8.50 Claude Howe. the newtarlff which will tend to The g.5.5t-10- tires fabrics and texlHes,
frltrlnal at W% lot. a 4ilIOVk ) glades are some of the largest fall Wood pulp paper paper bags, fiber -

ll1 fl 19 OrIginal Town_ 28 6 22 D. C. Jones _..1---.. 54'30 _. exclude some of the foreign com sections and from MAN'fl'J"'S N tLlo board, automobiles automobile -
bean
producing pails, aircraft aircraft" Ham
ft of W ) parts,
.t' (;Ex N lot 10 8 blockoriginal 20 Eustis _" Construction of negro petition. This Is especially true 'reports there will he a large increase. :and Cotkery Manufacturers and thi -. -
ft
,) 10' Town u--_--__ 28 6 22' Mra. Bonlta E. Jones __ 30.75"Original orphanage for church of God of of the south Florida tomato The main planting along Hereby notice I. given. that untie 'a fining I of sugar and 'oils, and Including -
Una by-products
/ and by virtue of that certain or derlvatlvei
'I l8& Fran Lots A 24Tlglflal Florida started, on property near growers. the lower east coast and south decree of foreclosure made by the Incident to the manufacture. of any

II 3 ox W 10 It Block school. It has been that although Judge of the Circuit Court. In an reported until
28 6 22 J. negro take
'. 'I'OWI1 F. Klckllter Jr.__ 6.41 J Florida will not place fur Iliudford county Florida" I IChancery from all tnxntlnn except that j

I Block 21 Lake City New post office the tomato! acreage along well towards the last of this month sitting on the lath dajr' oHeptembur 'r no exemption which, shall become ef. '
__ __________ :28 6 22 A. K. Carantxas _____ 36.45O.
A. 1). 1HHO.) In favor ot fect I ye by virtue of this amendment
Tnwn 28 building will be built here. the Mexican west toast will be apTeare- October. In the Everglades -
8 6 and In early n..ldl"h
iIn,' 1 "'"" W. M. as (Complainant and Khali extern beyond the 1B4H -
year
ilglhal Town, .----128 6 22 C. Sweat. & Bisters. 7.71)) - -- ..- --- - -- - ----- however, It Is reported( against Noon 111'ml ley, Elsie;: Hrud The exemption herein. authorliedshall i or

t I. a 4 6 &: W'o Iota 1 6Blnck "" of beans have icy eh7a wife I // Ivory Thompson std not npply to real estate owned t -
70 ft that 1,000 acres -
; U ex I lot ', defendants. and used by such Industrial
bY" 70 ft In NW corner. DeNCrlptloaLots Sec.i T H A Oiner Costs been planted' some are up and The undersigned as Hpeclal Master plants except the real estate. occupluil 4
__ 28 6 :23 1'. W. Sweat Est. ___ 45.8 of (
"rl8lnal Town -- -- wll offer for sale In front as the location-
8 4 l4IocIt; U J. M. 2 3 4 Block 23 Temples blooming and they expect to have the courthouse door In St.rke FlorIda huiinn:: such Industrial required: to Ir

Ijuhna n addition ____ 28 6 23: A.. B. Braddock ______ 16.03 ; addition ._____ 28 6 22 '1'. n. L. Paulrherty ___ 8.11 carlot shipments ready early In luring the legal hours of *alon I buildings and property plants .and..ltualedIher."n. the ''
Lot 5 Block 23 Temples addition ( !Mumlny the 6th day of Octnbe. ,
I J. M. ,
,II 56 mock 32 .._________ 28 6 23 11. O. Mason a.4'' October This, of course is all dependent l : to tho and l best together with such land* a.
addition ____..____ 28 6 22 R. itt Sparkman ____ 4.32 u --------- A. > 1110 highest may be required for warehouses, -
[johna All Illock 29 except. lot 14reek' weather conditions bidder fur cash the following deHiiltied -
}, I Block 34 J. M. Johns addition ____ 28 6 22 C. L. &: .1, I.. Peek ___ 13.311 upon property, situated and! I b.!in*if stoiage, tracking anil shipping fuel -
..ddilion _ '_________ 28 6 22 a. 2!. Inman. _________ 12.17 All Block 80 (13 lots) '" The lake III very high, In fact It Is In I Hiiulfnril county, Klr.rl.lii, to-wl: lit IKS and being used for such pur

'I. I 2 JIIo"lt 37 J. 5!. Peek's. addition ____ 28 6 22 C. I.. & J'r Peek ____ 18.80 said that It hUll been at the high Lot Five and Lot 11 In Woodlnwn poses. -
Johnn aI.IIt1on. _______ 28 6 22 D. C. JOflCR ________.._ 22.88II All Block 31 (4 lots) Peeks all In. soctlnn 18, Townnhlp *'ivHouth ... t,4'v/

t 4 5 flock 1 1. T. & addition - _______..... 28 6 22 C. I. &: J., L. reek ____ a.u est levels this summer In history Knna-e 22 NutS t, accortllnr to A JOINT I RESOLUTION
,'0" ad.tIIlnn _._.______ 28 6 22 J. W. Edwards ______ 18.60t All Block 32 (IS lots) and that It would not take many plat of Woodlawn recorded In the Amendment, to Section Proposing'An 11 of
7 Block 1 L.' T. & COL41110n Peeks addition _ ____.: 28 6 22 C. I.. J. 1. Peek ___ 18.82 public records of III'ad ford county Article
t IX of the -
u_ ____ _____ '28 6 23 C. 1. Peek _________ 3.43 All Block 33 (14 lots) .. ... heavy rains and( little wind' to Florida: I: on I'" one of Hook o l the mate' of Florida Constitution. Relating of to

1 I 5 Hlock 6 L. '1'. & Co.. Peck's addition __.. 28 6 22 C. I. k S. I.. Peek ____ 18.60T..nts cause considerable loss to truck Flats contaliiliiHT 20 acres more or Taxation and Finances 80 as to
-
O. ___ T.89
22 W. Snelhrrove
ddilion .. .____..___ 28 6 h..". Including; one-half of nbuttlnroadways
4 6 8 9 12 13
2 3 6 7 19( provide Authority for
taims. In DeSoto Manatee Lee the Htate of
6 T 8 91 T Hz Co.. I which xhiill forever remain
lkn 28 6 22 C. 1. Peek ___________ ".88 14 Block 34 reeks addition Florida. to Levy and Collect In
I iddltlon ______- . __________u C. L. & J. 1. reek _____ 22.41 and other sections! In the central! open to public Ir..v..l.J. heritance or Mstate Taxes Under -'
lull 9 10 mock 11 L. T. Lot.120710131ock35 b. 1o'ItAZEI. Certain Conditions, .wptl

It rOI, addition -_--__ 28 6 22 P. J. Pearce __________ 27.63 Peek's. addition .___... 28 8 22 C. L. &: J. L. Peek ____ 9.TH and west coast sections growers "'p"ol"Ma.t..r., . HH IT RHHOLVklD HY THR LROISLATURH -
lit,t Block 14 L. T. & Co. Lot. 3458 Block 35 Peek'saddition are planning to plant an acreageto H. M. JOHNS ) OF THIS STATE OF

d411Io" 28'8 22 Joe Orlm. _________ 4.32tI _ _________. 28 8 22 F. L. Turner __________ 7.99 beans which will be approxi- "Solicitor' I for Complainant 9-.6-8t-10-. FLORIDA I -
6 6 T 8 9 BtaSEirIT L. Lot 9 Block 35 Peek. addition That the following' amendment to '-

Con addition -_ --- 28 6 22 Unknown _ _______ 64.30 __.___________ 28 8 22 famle 1>1. Ostra.e ___ 2.114 mately 25 per cent over last year. "Hectlon, 11 of Article X of the Con.. / : 4
4 tl I T Block 18 I.. T. & Lots 7 8 11 & W4! lot 10 The central sections, such as MarIon NOTICH OP fiUAItlHAN BAI.M Itutlon of the State of Florida re
Cot addition _ ____--- 28 6 22 l\1r.. E. B.'Denllett lIst 5,21 Block 36 Peek's addition. 28 8 22 C. L. & J.L. Peek ____ 1.18 -- lating to Taxation and Finances be,
,
", l 81011 Block It Llv Fracl Lot. or Blocks A & and Sumter counties may show Notice Is hereby given that thirty and the same Is, hereby agreed to,

Itoliton. Truby & Co. ad- Truby & Ii Peek's addition ____ 28 8 .22 C. f. J.' L. Peek ____ 1.14 an increase of about 20 per cent. days utter date hereof, on to-witl; and shall be submitted to the elevators
6 22 Llvlnl'aton
28. .
diUn---------------, Co. _ _________ 2.25 Lots 4 6 B 11 Block B Ris .. Slime of the central 'counties that the Btl day of October A. P 13, of the State of Florida at the
ing's addition ._____ 28 8 22 hoover Dros:_ T.99 I,. the undersigned Cluardlan. of liar. General Election to he held on the, -
/Ml, 20 21 It (35 lots) L. Lots 5 10 Block B Rising's ."" '.1 'r-----, have planted small acreages heretofore Icy (1'hesHer I'lyde Chesser. and Jereld first Tuesday after the first Moil' d

ft Co.. addition ____- 38 6 22 .- C. 1. Peek. _________ 18.80 addition ._________. 38 8 22 D. C. Jone.i_... __.___ 4,82 are now planning to plant (Chesser Minor Heirs of lletir day In November A. I>. 1930. fol
Us I I 4 5 I 7 8 I 10 11 IS Lots 7 8 Block B Risings U Ch f--er, Deceased, will ratification or rejection, that Is 'c 1 -
Block 84 L. T. & Cos. addition addition . u__________ 28 8 2: John A. Curtis '_t______ 4.32 considerable acreage and the percentage the Honorable deo. A. ::Jl.et: say, that Section 11 of Artlcl IX ot ,: -'
_ ____ 28 6 23 C. 1. Peek ________ 8.U LotslOlll2l3l4lllockl In these counties Is run- County Judge of tlradforil County the Constitution of the "Htate' rl

I U I J 13 14"RTock 24 lI Rlnlng'a addition ___ 28 8 U I John A. Curtis ______ 9.TS "Florida for an order to sell at prlv Florida. relating to Taxation and Finances .. I s
IT, A: Cos. addition ____ 28 < 23 Unknown _ ____-.___ T.TI All Blocks DBF Rising's ning very high. It Is approxi- ate sale the one-sixth undivided Interest ba amended so aa to read. at %

1'.In 1 I 3 4 11 12 13 14 addition _ ___________. 28 8 22 John A. Curtis ______ 81,10 mated that a the present time the each of said Minor's In and followat ''k -
Block 25 L. T. A Cos ad- All Blocks n II I J K L to to the following described lauds tu Section, II. No taxes upon Inheri -
j dillon jg 6 22 William C. PrLth81' __ 18.90 RlHlng'a addition _____ 28 8 22 Oeo. H. W.Uer ______ 15.03 tentative acreage to "e planted wit lances or upon the Income of resi t ;fZ'i
i 9 io piocit"2TL1"T7"& Commencing on M Hide of fall beans will run around 11,000 The "Southwest' quarter of the dents or cltlsens of this "State shall ;

ICoi. addition ___*___ 28lit" 6 22 Llvlnll".ton Truby" Co. Ii.U Walnut st at NW Corner Northeast, quarter, Hectlon Thirty be levied by the State of Florida, or I -
of Baptist parsonage lot acres. \ nix (36. Township Seven (tT), HnutItnnvs underIts authority and there shall 1i

(',n.'.addition 4 ,6 Block_ 27_ _I_*__T.___&_ 28 6 22 A. Starling _ _____ 14.tt & run n 210 ft N 70 ft W The cabbage acreage will be also Tallahassee Twentv-two (22)containing, JOust. of the 40 of be the exempt family from taxation to the head - ,4. -
210 ft to Walnut street Meridian residing In this State, -
.
Ltn S 7 Illock Z9 L. T. & Stable Helen Mersereau 13.15 thence S on said st to Increased considerably, although acres more or less, said land Ivl nil .' personal ef -
__ 28 6 22 I."u.
___ :
'
Icon. _
lork addition lot u 3 L. T. beg. --_________..... 28 6 33 D. E. KnIght __ 89.19 probably not so mach as the bean and being In llrudford County FlorIda "- fectato of five hundred -

80 except 22 C. 1. Peek ____________ 12.85 The Is of the (f 801)' .00) Dollars, provided, however
s ('0. addition _______ 28 6 Lots 123 Block 23 Temples ) acreage. same true This Sib day of (September A 1MRS. ). that the Legislature '
nrl rilock J2 except lotL.T.&Coiu.addltlon addition ________ 28 6 22 J. W. Fdward.....____ 8.11 cabbage Increase of the 1130. the may provldn for
1 28 6 22 C. 1. Pe..k. ____________ 2.64 One lot of land bounded B acreage a. tti-neeernenl. levying and eallectiOfl -
:; HOPHUONIA Il of
r. CHRHH a tax upon Inheritances, tit
,l I. 1 t murk 15 & E 38 by Temple avenue B by beau acreage that many sections 9-B-Dt-10-U. Uuardlan. for the levying of Kstate: taxes not -
,
'ft loin 3 4 Block 15 & lots Pratt st W by Sanderson that heretofore have had little exceeding In the aggregate the $
I i K SS ft lots 8 4 Lanw N by land of N. T. .' : amounts which
Blk U L. T. &: Co. Sub Itltch except one lot 100 acreage; are now plann'ng! to plant JVOIKII' or |:IICTIOM: the United may by any ,law o*

dlv ..________:._ 28 6 22 Annie Stack Co1enan_ #13.12 ft Hiiuarn. In SI-] .corner. .. 28 6 23 E. W. Ifayes __.4. ___ 6.lil a large acreage. The increase Is credited against States or he deducted allowed to front be 1

',4lot1 1 2&.lllot.3 4 I One lot of land bounded N estimated at about 15 to 20 percent Tu>> the "Hlierirf" of Ttradfnrd County, any similar tax upon Inheritances. -
Blork 17 & WVt lots 1 I.n,1 by Block 31 Original nf the Htate of Florida or laxen on estates assessed or lev.
"
4. Block 18 Town H A S by Ry & W The estimated acreage mar: lie It known that 1 It. A. OllVHecietitry led by the United
all lot 'i
L. T Co.. nub dlv ____ 28 6 '23 D. r. rulhlm ________ n.n by Thompson st ____... 28 6 22 R. 1!. Spnrkmnti. _____ 888 run about 4,000 of #ttate of'the Ktate o I subject, but the power States of on the the Legla.lafure same. -
One lot 105 ft In SW .'" .. acres Florida do that to :
lock* 21 25 ex lots j. square. hereby give riojlee levy such Inheritance 1 tax. -
3& 4 nio I ,k2821T&: S Corner of Swyt, of HW54. 38 6 22 E. W. Drlggers Est. __ 25 The celery acreage In tho principal fA es. or Estate Taxes In this State

I Rlnck 28 I* T. & Co. ResIdence Block (Uasklns) I ;I', districts shows about the liI-fl'lIIL:. F.1.I'1-'fI0 shall exist only so long a. and dur- 94i
lob dlv *___________ 28 6 23 Livingston Truby A Co. 8.49 bounded N by Madison st. .i' ; will be held In Jlradford County ing the time a similar tax I. en- ,
,w I 4 Block 90 & lot 3 \ K by Adam, st. S by Lafayette .q : same as last year, Sarasota count Htate of Florida n Tuesday neat force.! by the United Htatee' against -

Block 31 L. T. & Cos. aub st A W by stOne .___ 28 6 23 Ed Burns -1._ ___117.31 showing a slight\ decrease, while sucteedlnv the first( Monday In Movembur. Florida i Inheritances or Kstatea and -

dlv -- _________.. 28 6 23 Llvlngaton Truby'& Co. 2.84 lot 62ft ft tbr.l0711tl tl In ', ,' A, I). 1830, the said Tues. shall only ba exercised. or enforced
,In 3 4 Block *4 NK corner I ; l Seminole and Manatee counties day helna? the \ to the extent of absorbing the :
I.lv & or Truby W\4 Cos. .ub 220 ft 8 of Madison .t A ". show about the same as last year. FOti/II'I'II IJAV Of NO%'I'IJt.nl"lt amount of any deduction or credit J -

dlv : ___ 28 6 22 Lulu Dubart __ ___... I1.T8 bounded N by Kdw.rds For' HoprexentuUve of the Heeum which' may J'ern"ttai1 br th. > i4, _
__ awe
___ i .
"I" i 3 Block; 35U E by Sander. .t. _______ 28 6 23 II. a. Mason'' .<1.__*. 3.44 However several sections that Conirrsaslonal District of the Him of the United Hratea.: now existing o t
or N
T. ft Co.. sub% dlv ____ 28 6 33 Alfred Darne. _-_ 11.48 One-third interest lots 1 4 ,'. have produced little celery beforeare of Florida. In the Heventy-Mecon hereafter enacted to be claimed bJ! -
Block 2 J. D. Jones addition '& Congress of the United States. reason

t ub Block dlv. 40. __L..__T....&.____._. 28 8 23 Dillie Brown ______ 7.89. . __. ____u___. 28 6 23 Turner. Mott Oarrls 8.48 planting this year. The tenta of For Florida.' Secretary of Htate of the fltat. I. credit thereof ngal-'t aa a uh deduction slmllo..a I

'"" 23 fl1ork4jL. T. A flag at NW Corner of BayA'MadlNon live acreage for the tall crop will tax of the United Stateapplicable

Con nui dlv. _________-, 28 6 22 Joeeph Grant ______ 4,3' stt A run H !I probably run from 3,000 to 3,300 Court For of Two the Justices Htate. .of of Florida the Supreme herltances, to Florida' In -
'I t I Block 43 L. T. & Cas..ub 105 ft. W 830 ft to Broad . or Estates The Legle
> dlv. _- ________ 28 6 23 .tullu. Butler _____ 2.1i4 way st. S on said st 105 acres. <>" VHi of For the State two Itallrnad nf Florida.Commissioner lature may provide for the appro \ --
ft to Madison st thence priation of all taxes collected under r
''I Block 43 L. T. & Cos. Whitmore ____ 11.23 K said st 303 ft to The fall cucumber acreage For One M.mb.r of the House of this. Article to such "Stale' County. '
hub dlv. 28 6 23 Laura 5jm 83 Mrs. Edwards. 47.77 shows large of Increase Representatives of the state. of FlvrIda Municipal -
''t I Block43jT.&Co.. _______ __ __ 88 8 Josephine a percentage or Educational purposes ,

huh dlv. _. .u_ ___ ______ 28 6 22 Hoover Bro.. _____ a.llt Block 3 Dowllng's sub dlv. 28 6 22 B. J. Dowllng ____?. 16.63H. In the main producing sec For County Surveyor. as It may deem advisable.A .
"4 Block 45 31'&Co.. Lots 1 3 Block 3 City Park For Five County Commissioners. -
,oh dlv. .. ..._________ 28 6 22 H. O. rlsford ______ T.89 sub dlv __. _______-__ IL38 6 22 B. Wiggins _____ 3.54 ; lions! some of these sections show For Three Members of the Count JOINT RESOLUTION: Proposing 1Jfl
* 4 Block 48 L. T. A Cos.Mb Lot 4 Block 3 City Park Ing practically' double the acreage I Hoard of I'ubllu Instruction. An Amendment to Article IX of '

dlv. --- 28 6 23 Llvlng.ton Trub & Co. 1.48 sub dlv __ ____________. 28 I 22 Walter J. Red mend _. 1.57 planted last year. For Justice. of the ".a". In and the" Constitution of the State of -
) lot 2 BcjfjT, & Block 1 Oasklns' addition. 3* 6 22 Edward Burns ..... 411.08Comm..nclnlf for the following Justice DistrictsVis Florida by Adding Thereto an Addilional -

,Co, *. nub dlv. __._______ 28 6 22 hazel William. _____ 4.a. at SW cornerof ",' The eggplant fall acreage seemsto : Hectloi, to lie Known as tfr.BE -' -
" lot 2 Block 41L. T. Madison A Myrtle ate I be about the same as last year, No. 1. 5. 7.. "Section "" Relating to the Tax .
Con. tub dlv. _._._______ 28 6 23 Jim Ena-lI.b _____ 1.41 A run S 210 ft W 210 ft For Constable. In and for th. fol ation of Motor V.hl.. .I.. ,
"I A N Block a' N 210 ft to Madison st some sections of the state showing lowing' Justice Districts, via: lTflESoLvEDJTii'B IMQi j

' via A: Truby% lot.addition _. 28 6 23 A. D. Braddock _- 38,45 thence 10! on said st 31* Increases, while others show a rela No. 1, 2, 'ft, 1. I.ATUHE OF THB! STATE or '1
beginning In daaklna Ft.OJtltA
ft to
;;* 6 6 Block C N. J. ; addition _._ 2* I 23 B. C. A C. H.' Holt- live decrease. In have Testimony Whereof I That followIng r - -
Caranta _____ 2T.1i3 hereunto set iti9 amendment to
'ones addition ____-____28 6 23 A. K. my
sendorf _ ___ 23 61& Article IX of
Its' 113 4 s II.J. Jones addition ... 28 8 23 J. ?t. Alvarez _____ 12.15 Commencing 210 ft 8 ofSW large Increase In acreage. (Seal) seal of the state of bin,. lion State of Florida! relating to Taxa- 3 .
and
"< 3 ft N .S ft lot. 4 5 < corner of Madison A Ida, at Tallahassee, the Finance, by adding thereto -
"lock E N. J. Jones ad-. Myrtle sts run 8 oa Myr. Peppers Is one of the promisingfall Capital this' the twsnly an additional' section to b. known 4.

"lon ____ 28 6 23 J. M. AlvareZ ______ 15.33 the St YOtJ W 210 ft N .. crops and show a large Increase third day of August, A. D as "Section 13" providing for the is,
"'t. 4 5 oi1ii ex- 210 ft ft to beginnlng 1(30 manner of taxation of motor ve_ i
.pt N 6 ft N J. Jonah In Oasklns' add____ 29 6 II-B. C. f 1'I.' floU- In acreage. While the) Wau- R. A. ORAY, hlolen. b. and the name' la hereby!> t i
addItion : : Mary O. Walnwrlght .. 36.75 lendorf ata j 0--- S.13B Secretary of State agreed to and shall ba submitted to il
__ ._. ___18 8 23 ; chula section with ,500 acres To W. J. the
Commencing 210 ft W of f Epperson, Sheriff Brad the State or
dr:1flOI'00": ,
"'to r
" 1234678 Block 1 IS.03 sW corner Madison and ; shows about a normal acreage. Lee ford County.rsoric.o. t-s-Vt-lO-l! Florida for or rejection I '
'(rhway' addition .... 28 6 22 Mary' O. Walnwrlght W 210 at the General Klectlon' to be held 3
sts &
run Dade
Myrtle : and counties showing ;
"1 are a
], Block 1 Highway ad- Westmoreland st ;dt, on the first Tuesday after the first
n.iiion' ._._____...... 28 6 23 Blanche M. Walnwrlght 54 30 ft thence to B on said. st 4iO ft ,.'l i,"; . tentative increase of about 40 per -Of RIKCTIO. Monday': ln November.h.ji I>.. l an.- ,i
345678 Block S 18.60 EllOttN4lOfttGbe'ginning :A\:\< sent. to jay. there be aIdel I
Irh..ay addition ... 38 6 23 Mary O. Walnwrlght A designated on "1 '. WHERBAH. The legislature! ..t to Article IX of the Constitution of -
It ; 1 Templea. ad- Bank 45.38 of Oa.klns' addition ,/.'. The estimated fall acreage of Ills, under the Constitution of HIS the State of Florida relating' to tax i .

"d'tn Ithn0 28 6 JJ ._ Bradford County a.map Clark 3 A Block ___ 29 6 22 C. A C. S.. ,.}.Holt squash is about 1,700 acres and .>f the State of Florida did pass tour atlon and finance, an additional Mo '.
4 BfoclTT'TempleB xendorf Joint Resolutions amendments tion to be known
4091 -"... __ 10.39Lots proposing as "Hectlon IS" o' .
"dltlon _________ 28.6 U.. 1111'''. O. M. Inman :. .' like other vegetables shows a large to the Constitution of the said Article, which shall read as fol ;

ditlnn t I I Block 3 Temples D. E. Knight ______ 18.80 7 8 9. 10_ In Everly'saddition 29 6 23 R H. Starfcey ::..-__ J.U Increase. State of Florida, and the same were lows: 'I j
23 Section
28 6 agreed to IS Motor
J _____ ",,, by a vote of threefifthsof Vehicles, a.
4 '5 Block 3 Lotp.1216l6le1AE2Oft The planting of the strawberryfields all the members elected to earn property. shall b. subject to only I .
' TampIcu Knight _.____ 27.63 H, acre In NK corner .. that one form of taxation
411th00. 28 8'U D. E. ' Is now under way and although louse; the votes on said Joint which shall boa t
of of SEV4\ ia.sE20
41 T Block 1Tpl.. 1 BEVi\ O.Cw.at...... .. 412 Resolutions w.r. entered upon theirrespective license tax for the operation o. -
____ 29 8 22 ._ the
ft.
Kefg. large of the such
ad dilion _ ____ 38 6 33 Truby.. Thomas ? part acreage Journals, with the yearn motor vehicles' which license I i'
Co. - ... .. .M 1414D. S 1-7 acres land bounded E will not be set until late this and nays thereon, and they cTld de- tax Shall be In such amount and lev. -
l 1 I a 4 Block by Illltch I place 8 by JlvWby.tNbyNhlnSof ermine and direct /that the said hd for such purpose a. the Leglsla.ure .
8} a T.m.c E. Knight ______ 18.80 month and early October. Indications Joint' Resolutions be submitted may, by law provide, and shall -
lIdltion II ITI to Abe -
. _______ 28 8 Bert Bogart _
32
..c BloOk 6 Tempi.. ad- 8E14, ofSlO'4 _______. 39 6 -- are that there will be at least the electors of the State at the len- In lieu of all ad valorem taxes assesaable .

till ______ 18 6 II -. C. U Fk ---- 918t 3 Acres In NW corneof In a'normal produced this eral :"tr".7J.11Rr.beri.! : ;; 1(10. against motor vehicle a*
t tl i 4 i ---( 8K>4 of 8EVi &: 6 acre crop year. NOW K. A personal property.
Block .
Mutt00 T.mpl. 18 8 23 C, L. Peek -_---- 1.41 SW"1'4: corner of flOWS! _...of_ 9., .4 ", 1':"........ ".,ro'. .. too Early In the season It. was believed (Htate I RAY of, Secretary of Slat of tha ,

I tt ft II In lot'i and'lotsiu'oBlock that the strawberry acreage would Ice that Florida.a do hereby give no- The Votes cast In compliance with -

9 d'itffS I said proposed amendments .
Temples__- 28 6 22 D. E. Knight ----- 1890 NOTICB be considerably larger than last UKKKAt KI.KCTIO: canvass, declaration and and return the '

' i m >..t"Tel South year. but recent reports show that 1 will da be held' In each county In Flor. Ih.r.of. shall be aubjeuted to the w
.
T1 on Tuesday next
Notice Is hereby arlven that the following described lands will be sold succeeding the same) regulations and restrictions
"mpies in lot block I II-H. E. Brown _-_ 661 at publIc auction on the FIRST MONDAY IM NOVEMBER, It20 It being there Is an Inclination to bold the flnt I Monday In November A. li, are ., law for general all
.. addition _ 28 6 door Starke In Bradford lfI3" the said Tuesday being the vl.ilh fitate -it
before the courthouse at elections
Ji, Block 10 the 3rd day of said month acreage to about the same as last of Florida. ,
A
Timplel P.ek __ ..95h Florida much thereof a. will be necessaryto FOI.'HTII nAY MP !OVKHBKft IN
L. -- State of or so
, C. county. WHbflE.t
. _ ______.____ 18 6 23 : for the ratification TESTIMONY
.... h 3 pay the amount due for taxes set opposite the same to-.th.e with the year. or rejection of OF. have hereunto set .
8 I 9 10 11 12 the said .
Joint 4.
II and C. A. KN1OH'1. Tax Collector.Ta.. Resolutions proposing
14 .. ock cost of such sale advertising. The Tomato acreage Is showingup ny hand and affixed
I4Idl Templea 19.25 mendments to the Constitution vf the
} : _______4 28 6 S3 C. I* P. k -----? ... with a large Increase some of the State of Florida via' SEAL State Great of Seal of the. a--'

6111lfle1c 20 Templea ad- 38 6 S3 J. H. nit c h __ ,ut"U D.r'p" 5.,. T f* A 0...... .* C ------- to Section t of Ar.tide this -
Ii the
II.. addltIoa I-a Block Z2 Tm' C. I. Peek __ 6.511tlOck23.rnpe. NWU A EV4 of HWI4 ___f-tt 1 20 240 Mra. L. V fowling ._.1148(3 ihowlng as high as a 25 per cent IX of the Constitution of the day of July twenty-thlrel A. D. It 39.i .
... 28 < 33 Aere Htate of riorMa Relating
< N'1I of NB(5( less I ncrease.. to RonHe" B-
* > ad- a.'4 NE Corner for Cbureb -2 T 20 79 Truman D. Dyal ....-_ 48.46 .LIE IT RESOLVED lIT TUB: LEOIS.tI".1f $- -it..- Secretary A" OftAlV of Dial.
J. L. Peek -- .
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IPcflIr '1\\ 1 DRADFORD COUNTY TFLFORAPHSTARKE. ; FLonm.\ FnJl\y.OC'TonJ.n:
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PAOF EIOJlT _.. -_ ...._ _._ __ _ _. ._ .. -_'-- .. .. .. IJIIIGI
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Ir : so without our n .-Madison oi Inadequate transportation facilities. of Chair SUWANNEF,1tIV7t UGTIIIR
Telegraph Intel'prlse!: -Recorder. '' Legality I OPEN FOIL No!
J Bradford County : 19
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jI:1: : From Other Pens I .-e-:I = "-;'In'the early days of Florida, and .. Will Be ,Argued -
I l Established )1&77 I .1 later when the ravishes of a devitalizing The half mile streu-h ot

1i 1 ; f I .-. .. .. .. .. i Enhancing Confident Civil war was shocking: 14th ment 'on highway No i II! ,' Wr

< 1 Published Weekly -on -Fridays and Entered as Second Class! Either Gene Matthews or Cot. (Key Wes't: jgunday:; Star.) the world, much of the food and On October side of the Suwannee river uelt01 brit, I"

; Stovall would make a good gover- feed crops cotton and the livestock has at last been opened 'o the pat'
': the Post Office at Starke, Florida Every week, for the last monthor llo. For the
t 't,.v'' Matter at nor, but any newspaper man of the populated portions Tallahassee Fla., Sept. 29. past year this secU
t r so, the Bradford County Tele- Florida, depended upon its of the pavement has '?
to know when be is of- no.
Publisher knows enough : today set
:$ ______ _____ Owner and The state supreme court beep Ii
I II Ii ; E. S. Matthews, ______ r Chronicle graph has been 'running a short frultfulness. shape for travel because '
oft Inverness hearing of
i \ well October 14th as the date for the i I ,
t ) J. C. Robinson _______________.._,__._.,Managing Editor ._a-- front-page article that may be This proposed road will, therefore oral ,arguments In the 'case of depression on this side ot ryr
called a confidence-builder. The in addition to delivering,the which required the building" "
.. .. T Notice some of the newspapers the State of Florida versus J. W !
-- SUBSCRIPTION RATE are urging Oene Matthews, the articlee-shoW various activities and traveling public into the state Buchanan, a. case which will test temporary" bridge so 'that t...."
advancements in Starke, where the New York and the East by could reach the river
from
railroad commissioner for governor : bridge.
law -
the of the Florida establishing
validity q'bU
q 4 ?' Yearly:$1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable In Advance but Oene is doubtless contentto paper is published, and they have the shortest route possible to devise the electric chair as the the stretch was not long it
*
1 Advertising Rates on Application let well enough alone.-Marlan- proved to me,, an outsider, that add many times Its cost to means of capital[ punishment. very rough and unsatisfactory !"
; __ ------A, Starke is a bustling little town.It of already all who had to l
the economic excellence an travel
_.. Florldan. this
{ .. ._ na Buchanan, a Taylor county Imp,
1 is surprising how many fa- economically great state. tant road. The

The legislature will soon be within firing range. Starke can point o with pride to vorable conditions may be foundIn The past legislative bodies real- federal farmer, convicted prohibition of agents killing and two open to the old highway bridge OVer,Is 00\

_---o- her many well paved streets. almost any city, if one Is de- ized this: fact, but they have never both life and a sentence river except for a few yards
given a /aeath J
Ht termined to And them. However, to / at the ..approach.
Bradford County Telegraph. A been urgently prevailed upon The
their school section. escaped the electric chair matter
Bradford High should start if we are In adepressed mood, we its I building the
. good many towns can boast of well supply the means for 'comple by one week last June when he new Stephen For
r o paved streets and would doubtless have an eye and an ear always tion. Lake City, always well supplied obtained a write of habeas corpus bridge over the Suwannee at till
kt; ready to see and to hear the trunk highways location will be
feel more pride In them If they with superior taken
Florida up by
again. that the electrocu- 11
to on the ground
Chicago must be trying to chase Capone things that detract from the -
progress
( :AcuIthe were paid for.--rApopka Chief. has not shown sufficient in- tion law was Invalid. The state appealed -,state and federal highway nm!
01It's o of a city, whereas if any- slatance upon its Importance. True, year and a memorial bridge
thing of a commendable nature is the did create fund in to the supreme court. 'strutted there. In cmi!
'ti3 a the
county
what the British surgeon meantU
juice bottled Wonder The Is considered important
but Floridians will drink orange brought to attention, our com- case
our
,I funny, bases his statement on that the sum of 1150,000 to grade the since the status of all per- the old bridge is In very Bare roe
and California. ment is likely to be little more road and this fund has now In- dltlon and can be used
P bass ,, 1. in New York men are growing hand omer.- than a shrug, of the shoulder, sons who have been electrocutedunder by the t increasing
created through Interest earnings travel that
0 |Bradford County Telegraph. Hand- the law and all those now goes over i It
signifying, of it?
"Well.,what
to $170,000, but Its proper pro- as No. 19 becomes
some 'Is as handsome does, of awaiting electrocution in. Involved.B. opened mo
'i.;. Rainy days, mean the farmer will not be seen in town un- 'course, and this is the efficient age While I have: I no inclination motion has been practically dormant and more to' the northward, Wlta!
whatever to sermonize I
yet can
within recent weeks that 'section of No.
Only 19
til his plants are in the ground. for men.-Apopka Chief. A. I. ANNOUNCESFASTER thronsl
resist
not adding that we gener-
-wUMaine has public sentiment developed, Taylor county Is completed then
o- \ ally Hud what we.are looking for.Uere which bids fair' to push, the initial NEW YOHKFLOKIDA will be a hard surfaced J hlKhwai
legislators must be as In Key :West If we so wish, work to TRAIN SCHKDVLK from Ft. Myers )
'fl. Signs of the times : Cooler weather, foreign cars and railways well paid as Florida members. we can hit upon man'y things ot completion.The - northward to AI.,
proposal made before a recent lanta and Chicago. It will oij
be
plans to increase train service Thirteen Republicans and twelve an enhearteoing nature the chiefof The passenger department of
making public assembly, called by the of the most important
Democrats want to represent An- which, so I consider it, Is the the Seaboard Air Line Railway announced fedeni
#i r o Lake City and Columbia County highways of,, the nation -pem
ktE1 s droscoggin county. Starke Telegraph that effective
wide publicity that Key West and Wednesday
j4 Chamber of Commerce,, to the effect Herald.
; A husky bass drummer is very necessary to a band. lie As if Florida legislators .other Florida Keys has been givenin that a statewide organizationbe from Florida New York-Florida .

I the others make. are well paid.-Ocala Banner the last few, months, all of in Limited will leave Miami at 9:30p. : -
can drown out a lot of mistakes formed to further interest .
i IU I"1UO.mATIOSJ
: -0-- which is sure to help our city immeasurably Is most excellent and m., St. Petersburg, 9:00: a. m., : TO
Highway 82.
.ft 0 Two million eggs are being held not only the,,.coming should become a fact. The entire Tampa il:30: p.. m., 'Jacksonville UK H. .\ltn IX ('.\I'IT\I\lj

i; : A fellow has a perfect right. to grumble in a rumble seat. in cold storage at Orlando.Starke This winter but also continuously. West Coast will be benefltted. by a 7:30: a. m., Savannah 11:20 ,s. m., Echoes of long
J. Is not a political adv.- 1 I have been trying to em- highway that will reduce the mileage Columbia 3:15: p. m., arrive at fought refdteration'case

0 Telegraph. Please, some one "fig- phasize that and other favorable from Augusta to Tampa, St. New" Lork 9:20: a. m., cutting the which saved shlppeq
out loud how'many dozen that I thousands of dollars on periahato,
ger' oresent running time between
t HJ rejoicing over being matters to friends, but several of Petersburg and Fort Myers via
of the state
ki'N u : Citrus fruit growers are IsT (Roughly figuring without Florida and New York an hour. vegetables will be heard In WashIngton
them invariably 'pointed out in roads 2 and 6 in the
i. allowed to ship their product without first, baking it. pencil, it is 166,666 dozen._ reply, that the naval statlon'III'tobe to' the vast territory;; composing same way On the same day' they will also ; D. C.. this week, when
Lino.)Okeechobee News. I Inaugurate a new fast train be- reply to the exceptions In rate>j!
.
on Inactive basis. ThatIs Central De-
o put an- Florida-to- Palatka, '
made the
t '
by examiners
--e tweenNorth 'Carolina and Ports- report
regrettable, but it isflora's bad and Orlando. These fine
The state road department has accepted and taken over Dry agents will be required to Land mouth-N rfolk, connecting with will be made to the'Interstate,
as some people; wish .us to thinkIt ctiies( too, will share In Its bene-
!
for maintenance road 48 from'Starke to St. Augustine. carry shields 17 by 20 inches on Is. '- ', r. >T-iA 1: fits now that Road 28 from'Lake the fast '''Southern State /'l'.8P'eclal merce commission. T T. Turn
their autos hereafter. Dry agents a'-mj. bull, counsel and Fred Pettljohn
Miami St.
af 8:45:
leaving .
.
,rt' A fwdilu.a..go..a! ,Key West City into' these sections of the ;
to wear the ? accountant,' for the Florida
o should be required Petersburg 11:33: a. m., -'tampa rat!!
business!
Y woman, was the first one state is almost completed. To the '
same size insignia front and rear. 133 ; Jacksonville .7:25 road commission, Tallahassee, let;
tern t,, Since it's impossible to build a better mouse trap, some to point out to me that the naval East Coast cities of Miami, West ; p. m. : p.
Starke Telegraph. And wear Monday for Washington to
PortsmouthNorfolk preps
arriving' at -
inventors should try for a silent outboard motor. station ''matter has been magni- Palm Beach, Fort Pierce and Ti- m.
ii'; of the armoured plate besldes.Okeechobee at 12:40 p. m. the brief.
fied altogether too'much. tiisvllle
Said. in the same manner will
Although the case has been
News.
The southbound train will leave M
r 0 she: accrue equal travel advantages.
o Portsmouth'at 4:00 connect- tied protecting the growers and
m.
4' wet Christmas goods are now "We have hundred timesas Thus, Road 82 will become, with p.
Prohibition officers'assert Question of a closed season on said.! a ) ing with the Souther! States Special shippers of perishable producli.

;: moving out of the state over every highway to the north. Florida editors should be broughtup much about putting the naval out automotive question route Florida's of travel greatest and arriving Florida the following the railroads are protesting general
,
at the next press meet.-Brad- station onaqjnactlvq, basis as we morning, cutting; about four hours of the low rates and are auk-
d "O- ford County Telegraph. Although did about the ,closing ,of the h avanaAmerican one of the three great arteries from their present schedule between ed that they be raised. The rack

it ,,i;, Some folks were so sure a hurricane would hit Florida thin paragraph does not hare any cigar factory here, leading Into Central Florida. Norfolk and Florida. set affect the shipments from tbt
:* The Initiative
must
relation to the heading of tills column despite the fact, ,that the. former develop -- entire southeastern states, It ..
in JA3 'Jt during September that'they 'are more disappointed than ref still, we Include It as Inter- will cause only po men to lose i here, and leading cltlzena'In all Knights-New curtain Installedat stated.

lieved. esting to Tampans.-Tampa Life.ems their jobs, while the closing of 'parts of Columbia county should .- -
t ,I i immediately join theif efforts in Knights school auditorium. Beach-Permit
A3 --- -- the factory threw several hundred Miami Issued t to]
{ --- Ford owner In New Port Richey people out of work. Besides, it laying before the state at large the Bustls Zeb Osborne received Charles Van Antwerp for constrm!

Times-Union credits California with producing prunes found one of the bantam automobiles should .be remembered, many of I fact of the importance to Florida contract for construction of tion ot $47,000 hotel building it!

; substitute wedged between his front the naval ,station l employees will people 'and equally to its year-. grapefruit canning and juice plant 805 Ocean Drive.
k'A t:tk and talkie talent. In some productions they prunes fender and bumper upon returning receive pensions''' now or later, and ,round visitors, of Road 82. near A. C. L. freight depot. .

""' for talent. from a trip, and is now advertisingfor virtually all b( Ufpm 'will} have returned ----eInverness Work will be'' resumed shortlyon Nlcevllle -..: Shell Petroleum Co

"CanerIn , x -0 the owner.-Starke Telegraph. to then} money! they' have +-- Old Citizens Bank road from Lee county line to received $21,100 contract foi

Owner may have same mailed to put In the penplo fund, but those building being remodeled for occu- La Belle on cross state road to state road project No. 80-A from
:i This season when door-knocking peddlers call on you, his address by giving license num- who worked;.at the factory had ho pancy by J. C. Bacon's drug store. Clewlaton and Palm 'Beach. '' Walton'county line to this place.

1'-, ask to see their city license. Home dealers pay license fee ber and paying for this advertise such considerations' to relieve

Cr to serve you. "* ment.--New Port Richey Press. their conditions.. ,
a f -u- -Let's foreet'bout the .naval
'
to e
{9ih ffiq : \ 0t. Senator Knabb of Baker county, station! and think instead, about -

; t. : Lisbon (Maine) Enterprise's definition of home is "That has the right Idea. He Is fencing the new post office we are going to
of land near Macclenny get, the possibility that some ,
15,000
acres
it It ka\ building located on the front part of the lot on which the and will start a large herd of thing,of a,constructive' nature will

t tS ", q rah.a ; garage is situated." fine cattle to producing\ ,-Times- come out ;of the franchise that ,

..Ua.deae. Union. Senator Knabb's ideas are has been granted,, for the buildingof

Wr.r. () usually right, which is why he has the long, bridges and the Indi- d'
. k called to decide who owns cations that we :'going to have
tut Now the courts are being upon made so wonderful a success in are '
1
t(, i.Iifor of he would the best winter in our history -
+ I ', the ocean, following arrests of fishermen with a boatload business, and Is wHy Reason
,. make the best governor Florida .
_ e1: mullet. If the state owns it fence it in. has ever had-Macclenny Press. "Confidence helps any town,

t h 0 I Ii -0---- helps it Incalculably, so let's en-

c ''fOrea Gene Matthews, of Starke, has tertain a .T.great deal., of)it." r
authorities
Atlanta had some fun poked at her when the city gubernatorial .
4.Dtl i been mentioned as - ..
U
Ii passed a radio curfew law, but it is a law'that will soon timber. Gene would make an excellent JlIar.w >FNo, 82 ..:

ll ,, governor., and the newspaper ' "
be on the books of every city and town. t "\ ,
fraternity of the state will be (Palatkapally N,w..) ) .
a q > for him if he gets in the race two
.
n y i I' There .may bet' something In' a :. 'l''jI \, -
Carf'u & Lake Wales News comments in a very'neat way on those years honce. Citrus County' name and possibly-' more'in numerals ,'. .- J+ r S I

;.J: who trade out of town, saying: "Every town has a few citizens wouldn't Chronicle.allow One so thing many certain handicapsto he if ,we consider the, claims of ... .. {

who are too proud to trade at home." be placed on newspapers.-Per- numerologtstsv At any' rate, -
the fateful figures 2 and 8 seem to
""f t I 0 ry News. "So many handlcaplT"We play an Important part in the high
h know of only twa.-Iack of
Okeechobee News tells of a wedding where the organist money and old age. Will he see way programs of Palatka andLake' I

,,, Cxtti7. the wedding march that they are removed?-Delray City, ior they represent In at
_ d 'tl" played "Onward Christian Soldiers" for Beach Hammer. two combinations, two thorough- :tCASTLES

and "The Fight is On" as the recessional. .O'i' fares of great Importance.
Everyone In this section of the
tij' Don't grieve when friends seem
state is quite familiar with Highway -
lose their friendship for you,
1 1tti Exchange says if the present method of "frenzied re to unless are conscious of having 1'10.,28. the Palatka-Lake City +114 lt, .
you
arsek ,,/ : : tailing" keeps up we will soon have to go to a newstand for done something to mar their trust Short Rpute, but very few knowof
L I Highway No. 83, destined to be
/ T brut tires and to filling stations for our periodicals. and admiration. Often It It Just one of the big feeders for the -

t a question of your friend travelingIn former and due,4o throw IN THE
rL, 0S'I i I' one direction while you travelIn mented Btream\o{ tourist an traffic aug- AIR

:b0\;\ Palatka Daily News says the state license commissioner another, his tastes and yours through thin city and across the
[both changing, his ideals and
4rhY, tork S'I, is taking all the joy out of Christmas by declaring all cars yours both changing, his Ideals Memorial the brldg Information? here.Pqr \ ot Putnam And A Spanish Galleon

4r1 [ must be dressed up in new tags on January.. 1st. and ,yours no longer on the ,same countlans, or such, them as I .
1 rearl plane. Enjoy your friends while
:
v 0I know but little of the project.
have them, give them all you .In the sixteenth''
you Highway No. 82 will connect Lake century men had their dreams-
; Marion farmer decided he would try his own And when they go their .way, .
.t county can. '.
.d City with Auguqta.' Oa., by way of their castles in the air just
wishes and as we of today. But
and follow them with good
black
t 8e. ,' ; method of stopping chicken thievery using powder IlomervlII! ,? pan send will greatly

': buckshot. It worked one thief going to the cemetery, another loving thoughts Melbourne shorten the distance that must be there was was no well-defined path to wealth. The

tdO I Times. traversed .by tourists who wish to : Merchant of Venice
had
t to borrow
of
to the hospital. o a rapacious
fii : .i ; drive directly to the West Coast ;
:: "a' h; i 0 The constitutional amendmentto or to the central section of the Shylock and trust to the uncertain destiny of a medieval
autos from taxation '

it Motorists are long-suffering and patient but if they areI' with exempt the exception of the license state.the Lake It, accents City gateway the importanceof trading-ship. : :' Sometimes there were
!
_ I given another boost in taxes in any form by the next legislature tag November.Is.very' likely It In to also be likely adopted that In The Lake City Reporter, In Its Spanish galleons that came.laden with the treasureof

the members thereof are likely to be tagged ""Out of the legislature will increase the license Issue ot thUivreek.:: tells at some the Incas. But more often-death failure
? tD byi length of the need for concerted ,
,Service" and placed on a' nice dusty shelf tag rate to partly.offset the .
loss of the personal tax now paid, effort to secure. the-early construction .LET THIS BANK ADVISE YOU
0 and another feature is that this of this vital traffic artery its ,

r' Theft insurance will be needed in, this state during the amount will be paid each year editorial. in rt.betng/ reproduced And the most potent force In

ttx. : t'' winter when the thousands of unemployed coming to the without any reduction as the car belpwi' this change It the power of ,
:
N
,[ | depreciates. A car of' ancient' 'The road;-as'propesed, taps'the ; :, Banking. Your Banker'
.
i added to the 'already at work taking their j." ... "( your .,- , ,
state vagrants
iI' are vintage will pay the same tax 'as state at BlountM'Terry'and terml- ,ii. .., ,. friend. Trust' him with your . '
toll from the citizenship. This southward-bound mob jsdan; | one of the same make Just driven natestat'Liaka.City'' In 'a mate 'ofoth money problems 'J*

from 'the salesroom. -" Starke i"" nnportsinf high-ways f It will ,
to state. | '
gerous our tf .1 i ( -
t Y ri Telegraph: Of course, exactly( open'up tot 'development mu hT6f ,

i ..1 or what la done In the matter will be the moat highly. desirable agricultural .

i To keep you from thinking Bradford is going backward' up to the legislature; but those lands to be found in a state Bank of Starke
i who think by passing: the amend- soled for Its agricultural supremacy -
; agriculturally, we'll drop the information that this countyis ment they will get only one tax A ,hundred year*>"ago the
'
the only one In the north-central part of the state showing on their car may find that they Benton, section was a veritable A CLL'OF HONOR 'BANK

have added another .burden on garden spot of the Southland and
,I an increase in farms during the last two ftye-year perjoda.
i themselves. We see really no good while Its prominence has subsided.It ,E. S. MATTHEWS, President; '
; Some showed again (none period'and a l ss'in i the other,but reason' for adopting the amendment I* net for reason' ot Infertility 4 R. ,..J AVIS1, .Cashier

t. V the census report. credits Bradford with a gain in both. and It .It panes! it will i do of its soils, but.solely th*.-.result i

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