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 10, 1930
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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Bibliographic ID: UF00027795
Volume ID: VID04780
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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HEET, OPENEDAT Says SenatorJohns STOPPED.,' Toll Tu\e Alm-'>' Mut IU Paid Ily OPENING GAME Roll 1 "

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KEYSTONE }'avorll'ote For Inheritance All road work in Bradford county {k'II'ral'; Elation (Eldredge Robinson,) County Agent of 1'.1.... Will Ito IS PROPOSED .' '

Tax was ordered stopped by the Available to Farmers of Urad- ,
Qualified ore who-li'ave"n6t The Btf/ H. 3. Tornadoes opened
board of bond trustees at their their with a 7.0 victory CommlmUoneni Advised w
.Reduction of taxes and relief yet registered and wish to express Prob.e
regular monthly held '
annual assembly of the meeting over the strong Jasper III eleven Only rrlW'tlca.Vay to Solve
The Hunter'a Asso- for over-burdened taxpayers Is the Tuesday, this action becoming nec- their opinion in the general here last Saturday. Beth teams The board of county commissioners
Fox :
State November 4 have tour It'm'aU Contends
nrlda here Monday, Oct. most Important question to come : essary because of lack of funds in only were almost evenly matched and of Bradford county FlorIda '
doa! opened before the Florida at more days In which to sign'' the session Mon.
attendance and legislature the treasury. The work will not the Tornadoes did not push, over met In regular ,
l, with a coming in rapidly Its spring session, Senator E. M. be taken up until first of the year, registration books now In the pre- their first touchdown until the final day, October 6th, 1930.: with all (By Jack Lacy) s"
,er entries Johns of Starke said In Tampa cincts, for according to law, the members follows J. O. *y ,
and one hun- or until taxes are paid in sufficiently quarter.Tlson present as : In recommending the creation I

tween! geventy-f witnessed the bench yesterday. But In his opinion. to maintain the crews. The books must ba closed on October a fast hard-driving halfback Crews, chairman, J. L. Underhill, of a permanent state tar commission tr, 'N,

ed, people was a part of Mon. this relief must be granted by devising -I county commissioners levied a be 11. Payment of poll taxes must who substituted for Alvarec R. T. Osteen, Drew Reddish, and the Wall report comes up i'
which made
that date also
?*' Owners of the ; legal ways and means by i mlllage to take care of the maintenance by In few counties where In the first quarter, played bril- 0. W HInson. against a decidedly strong sentiment -

y-g program. listed as fol which present moneys now being I of county roads, 'but this Except a liantly and made the touchdown, Minutes of last meeting were throughout! Florida against! s
dogs are the 1 I. r
,lining, paid In for the purpose of liquidating tax money will not begin to comeIn ;publIcan party sponsor- and also added the extra pointy read and adopted. the establishment of any new dePArtments l?
ing candidates Interest In
'1' Indebtedness, without looking until November. little. the The tax collector'' made'requisition ! of government But it q ;
1k'lIt Derby Dog noted la the coming, election as the going through the left side of I
owner, M. II. Baxley, for new sources of taxation. Until the last legislature changed voting far'T\on\1I1'ee' Is merely a line. Matheny played a fine detensive > for stamped envelopes which' rrnlres: this recommendation as one w

JFIrflt. Economy and retrenchment will the method of distribution of game and made ft, 35 yardrun was granted.. or {the principle ones In the entire

,mesvllla.owner, Parks Glove*', have to be the watch-word, accord- the gas tax, this county was receiving ever matter, bring of. form.four This constitutional year, how In the fourth quarter, which The jailor W. W. Balsden. made report: regardless of this feeling. '.

Second Ing to Senator Johns, whose eight approximately $35,000 yearlyto up placed the ball down the field for requisition for blankets and mattresses A. stated In the report, "It will
amendments the legislature
passed by
ke CityThird owner Parks Glover, years of public service in'the leg- apply on maintenance work and of 1929 and which must Tlson to carry over, which he did for the )Jail, which was do no good to enact reform tax or

islature has given him first hand building! new roads and It was not on the next two plays: granted.Mr. finance. measures. unless the power UrJ
the approval'of the of
ke City. Information as to conditions and necessary for the- county to levy a pass Nookle Wainwright plallIg'left Pierson appeared before and facilities\ to enforce them ac-: 4"
Ihwt Derby Female the state. It Is for those who wish
Lees-I the need of meeting a new situation tax for road work. Under the new end was constantly in the Jasper the board and made a report in ooT"t>any their enactment." Y ,
owner, J. R. Letton, to vote on the amendments that
First, scheme the county has been cut to the registration books are of backfleld. On several occasions! reference to tfce new addition to T1"all report wants a permanent

Loud owner, M. H. Baxley. Thinks Future is Bright about. $5,000 a year for roads anda particular open interest he made hard tackles, throwingthe the Jail, as to the cause of leaks : !state body, appointed by rvl ; ;

tax levy had to be made to makeup woikld-be runner for large In the roof of same Mr. Quigley t-o:: f.-3Tcruor,; to have final autlituuy -
owner, Parks Glover "There never was a time when e
Third the balance needed in maintain also appeared, stating that same uvur taxation matters; to ti
losses before he could get .
Rest All-age Dog the future of Florida seemed no away.
ing roads built in the county. Live Oak Plays.Bradford The ball stayed In' Jasper's territory had been repaired at the cost ofcontractors bus Hint the standard measure forpKflBftHmems
First, owner, D. II. McMillan, brldght, the senator added. "The a
e and leakage stopped.J. which, it Is *'
state Is fundamentally sound, and I much of the game and their proposes
.irhtia. W. Robinson, colored, carried out to that the unl-
Today appeared ; see
Second, owner, J. R. Leeton. we must have, and will have. I I Caldwell First only threat to score was In the before the board and asked for I,I f 'rm system of accounts which it ji
second when Robinson
Third, owner, W.' -A. Bagwell, think, constructive legislation quarter I
which will be of real benefit to the To Enter Race Eldrea4e fumbled a punt on the Tornadoes pauper allowance for two Invalids, i 'nwsts: for county offices Is prop-
?chua.Belt ( Robinson) 25 William and Minnie Brown, colored I I'.ly I; administered; to analyse and Y..
yard line. Then a by
Female paaa
Ail-ago people It is a time for the best The Bradtord IlRh Tornadoes
living In Reno Same was refused re advice In the.matter of bond a+)
Klrstpwner.t [! J. R. Letton. get together, to see the ended another wekj.ot practice to Jasper carried It to the Tornadoes '
Jacksonville i -ii'is' to make continuous
Announces study >
Second, owner, Frank Drake, problems," try and solve them, Attorney meet the stroniriUve: Oak eleven, 3 yard line where they were held Miss Keyoit appeared before ot ; c''
the state's economic
i Dora without partisanship or bickering. For Governor of State. who defeated Hign Springs 6 to 0 on downs. progress d4
the board 11, the Interest
n of home and conditions In order that the
Frank Drake. Indeed the of man's The first half of the game was
Third owner, measure a the previous week The Tornadoes demonstration
t'fit11 Ago fair of Dogs service will 'be determined by the Jacksonville, Fla. Oct. 2.-Stafford show much'improvement In their an even battle. In the second half Miss Jordan will work,continue stating that tax system may always be best I J :
her adapted to these changing conditions -
First l, owner, J. R. Letton. way he stands up for the state, and Caldwell Jacksonville attorney plays from the last game with the Tornadoes started edging work In both counties Bradfordand W'a
is a candidate for nomina- ahead and outplayed the Jasper and finally to act In a co-
Second owner, D. II. McMillan. tree of factionalism. Jasper, and the lineup for the .Union with
tion of Florida.' He boys Jasper kept a continuous permanent headquarters operative way with the legislature:
Third owner, M. II. Baxley. Senator Johns said Htllsborough as governor game will be as follows:
Ine of In Starke, but will spend to !give that body the results of Its
formally announced his candidacy substitutes In the
I"jwk game
Brut county will have cause to'congratulate Sternberg Right end
of her time
from part In Luke Butler findings. It .would also keep the
subject to the 1932 Democratic the beginning tothe end of
First, owner, J. R. Letton. Itself for re-electing Senator Thomas Right guard Communication rr'
Tornadoes was received public fully advised at all times an r
Second owner, W.- H. Baxley. Pat Whitaker, who will .be- primary here last night. Brownlee Right guard the game. The, did from \Mr. A. P. "'' '
Spencer stating to the financial condition of the
Caldwell said his active cam- not send in any substitutes until
Third owner, Parks Glover. come president of the senate. Inman Center that
Deal Dog-Major,. owner D. .H.fMlllan. paign would begin about the mid- Graham Left guard the fourth quarter, when Mast the Farm Demonstration government, and as to the activities -
"Senator Whitaker's fairness,
Agent Mr
Dyer, with
went In at permanent In other states making changes t tq
dle of next June He said the \Moore Left tackle quarterback, Edwards,
honesty and ability have made him
headquarters at I.ake Butler will
In their tax
time was not ripe for a specific fullback, and Robinson at right systems.
Best Female Doge, Betsy Wainwright Left end
an outsandlng figure In Florida, be available to communlt'y
to be outlined, but added half. The line displayed fine any or 'C'IIIt'al Authority Vrurslft
ijges, owner, J. R. Letton. program Robinson, L. P. Quarterback play
Senator Johns said, "and I say citizen in Bradford
"however, one properly Indicate ing, by playing all of the county and will central authority Is not estabed
week'siigram may game,
'the( remainder of the Malheny Right half
now that the, senate Is fortunatein spend a part of his time
but In'Starke, lis no system will be of consequence -
in a general way his ideas ot were over-anxious to play, and
Included the derby and Alvarez Left halt
having a man of his type as its Mason Thomas. colored ( r
of New the report contends adding +
[ the broad objectives to be attained were penalized over a hundred k
winners of t l
stakes, the Cox FullbackA
age presiding officer. He! "it |In a position River, wan placed on the pauperroll that "whether or not this
(ilch will be published next week. to render splendid service to "bringing that prosperity to this large crowd Is 'expected to see yard.The at $2.00 month.
per central
authority comes In the .
state which its marvelous resources Tornadoes are ,
will be culminated a the second of the practicing!
ants by the whole stat..and'he will ren game season on Mr J. L.
hard Wynn, Hampton, asked form of a tax commission, some
and the caliber of its peo- this week, when they will {
at Keystone Inn followed the B. H. S. gridiron.
der it. doubt
l dance for the hunters and There can be no, .. ., ple deserve ._ _, ,. ,. i..' i i iP. meet the Live Oak Bulldogs here for permit, to carry a pistol The definite, and final power must be , t *
about tkat N. rn "i CI matter left In
: ypsrvr was the hands of theaherl11'
friends at;Keystone'Heightsrb : iszs : into tne "Everything possible should be T. A. WILL MERIT Friday :, vested at some point In the administration ,.
"in : Florida paid .
I done to lighten the tax burden of WEDNESDAYThe of the state"This
Thursday evening. national treasury as an Inheritancetax I Mrs. John husband
the people and while much can be Hodge, whose commission would not '

the sum or 6000000. Under done, our permanent fundamental P. T. A. will meet ''next Governor Asks Is in Jail, accused of takinga make the assessments for each- ,

' federal law if Florida had had an for economic condition pair of shoes from a blind negro, county but it would prescribe a v r
alatka End Road remedy our Wednesday, the 15th, at three-
inheritance tax the Florida treas- .
is an expansion of. the vol- thirty, in the school. auditorium. For Showdown was allowed $5.00 for one month. standard method to be used thru '

28 To Be Delayed ury would that have received $.,000OOO'of ,- ume of business at the people of The meeting will be opened by Mrs. A. J, GriMe reported that out the state in order that statewide '
sum. having no Hampton sub
school reduced
equality might be maintain '
the state. This requires agri devotional services conducted by
such state tax and being prohibited cultural. Industrial, commercialand Rev. O. P. Raymond. Editors; of Newspapers! May IJ., their mlllage from 10 to 8 mills; ed. It would not attempt to tell

ork to Start on Bridge on New from so levying it by the consti- tourist expansion. *" Community singing, directed by Summoned. To Toll Of and that New River sub-school reduced the people of a county what their a .

State Prison Farm Road tution, the in the entire federal$6,000,000 treasury.remained "Everything possible should be Mrs.\ A. Z. Adkins with Mrs. F. II., Knowledge.Accusers their mlllage from 10 to 3 property Is worth-It would tell a

,- done to encourage and assist our Long pianist mills. them how to And this out along
While I am against the principleof. . i of GOY Doyle E. Carl- The following bids t
home. farmers: Attract settlers Two songs by pupils of second were received business-like standard, accepted 4 ,
Contract for hard-surfacing that .the Inheritance tax, In view of ton \
will be given for wood
who opportunity : R. L. Lee bid $7.60 lines and It would have the t
highway to our state will trans grade, Miss Ethel Griffin' rooom, authority .
tlon of 28 from
the that the national
govern to lay their cards the cord
on table before per or 42.SO
be form Idle acres Into profitable (a) My Shetland'Pony; (b) Autumn per ttran. Henry to order reassessments! In
irahome to Palatka will not
is and such
ment levying collecting
farms. Every new industry Lullaby. a special grand Jury, In Tallahassee Griffin bid 17.00 per cord, 3 stransto counties where the assessors did

at this time, according to awe tax and has provided that those possible should be brought to Mrs. Edward Burns will discuss October 20, It was learned the cord. Arch Prevatt bid $8 not conform to'the law, and tidally

story carried in a recent Is- states which also levy and collectIt Florida." the health of school- children. Mrs Tuesday morning with the an- per cord, or '2.00 per stran. W, T, it would be the duty' of thin a
S the
Palatka Times.
Daily shall receive back 80 percent, Caldwell said the tourist trade C. A.,. Futch ,fwill dbenss a chapter nouncement by Circuit Judge J. B, Crosby bid '7.00 per cord, 3 stransto commission to recommend that
city of funds and
the of the federal levy, it Is tool-hardy I Johnson that he had called special the cord. Claude nentroe the' '' ', ,
should be Intensively cultivated from the boak.xrtoe' Child and .bllt governor remove from office;: '
from of thee '
all sections and bad business judgment on the term of 17-50
court to Investigate per cord, or $2.60 atran. who refused to follow .
and that the state should advertise Its Needs. per any assessor
( tOT ..
Toads was-,he reason as- part of the state not to collect it '
charges and 1'. D.
Insinuations .
of bribery Matthews bid '
tied for of Its resources Its resources .to attract 'A.\prlze i $ .jrlllVbeu given to:thd 4.95 per cord, the law; ,
delaying completion amendment
itself. We must the
pass and 'or
new residents."The 'grade having.Rh.'laryeat'bumber. '> corruption against the 11.68 per stran. The bid of Thin commission, the reportsays ,
I section, the article stated so long the federal -
as government chief executive. J.
laws and of D. Matthews was accepted, and is not aimed at the i
waver soundest banking parents and othlll'lIsltor.* pres .BBessoraof ;p k1r
plans made fording
were continues its levy, In or- Action 'he
Judge Johnson been
followed notified
strictest supervision the mind of ent. to furnish the counties. On the contrary.It .
the eastern stretch of der to for the state 80
get percentof a
d 28 man can devise and execute should i Business session presided over request by the governor that same. declares that in many of theca ,.
from San Mateo to Bun- the tax- paid by our own peo a special, tr
grand Petition
of the the president Mrs jury be empaneled of Henry Newklrk. colored -
II with protect the savings people: : by T J Alderman '
convict labor. ple-Tampa Tribune, Oct. 4th. to thoroughly (Conclucded on S.) D r
' while the law should be enforced probe'any charges asking for help, was refused page
Plane have also been completed, == against him
and that'"th. Petition
our aim should be to prevent bank Inquiry ot Margaret Albert asking P
was work learned Monday, for start- Congo Green ToWaterway failures.e UOOTLEGGh'KB NAIJHKD be so thorough as to appropriately for help, was refused. Willie City Officials '

Jge Immediately on the Caldwall began the practice of punish any possible guilt; and if Martin was placed back on the

Ie across New River on the Meet law In Jasper, hU home. He serv- Prohibition agents working out there Is none, to satisfy the most pauper roll at 12.00 per month. Take Duties
prison farm road. convict hostile sceptic and silence the Frank Odom, Up ; / ffa
r to be used wherever ed two terms as mayor there and of Jacksonville stopped long ac- Starke was placedon !

J and pray two terms as state's attorney of enough last week from picking up cusers." the pauper roll at-- f T-9.00- W par -
the balance of the con- Congressman R. A, Green left the Third Judicial circuit. He was cars running liquor north to make i The governorsuggested! that month Allen Howard asked for The city council of the City'of "

ictlon to be let to sub- Monday afternoon for Wilmington; later general attorney for the com several calls on alleged local bootleggers the court summon as witnesses help for Mrs. Llllie Davie Same Starke, Florida, met Oct. 7th in c

This bridge will be aplicate N C., where he addressed the an- 1 Fred O. Eberbardt of the was refused.Mr. 'session '
> panies composing the Flagler system rounding up five and take editor regular with the following A,
IKS of the steel and concrete nual convention of the Atlantic and opened his Individual law ing them to Jack on"Ue. Cauley Florida State News, and the edi- Jos. E. Wilson, liquidator members present.C. F. Hoover,

rile on and state road 28 between Deeper Waterways Association office here In 1927 where he has John, Julius Eunice, John Starl- tor of the South Jacksonville Herald for Bradford County Bank-asked chairman G. W.' Alderman W.,L. r'I' ; ;

bUy Lake Butler, only Tuesday afternoon. Congressman since engaged in general prac In, Lacy hitch and Jo. Johns were both ot these publications recently for reduction of personal taxes Wall Minutes of the last meet. A

d shorter. The bridge on Green has been an active worker tice. arrested the.o eters! after they : publishing accusations against said bank. 'A reduction .,.Ins. were read and approved. : '

I Z8 Is 783 feet In length and for waterways during his terms' In I ,_ old some of their product to>the against the chief executive of the of was allowed. Clerk's report for the month of .t

Provision cost $80,000 to construct. 'congress, and ,he bas'secured'favorable BOND TRUSTEES: IN SESSION agents. Three of them made bondup state.; This probably-will be done'I Request of Ernest Amos, state September was app+aYed. Tax r

for aurfacing1hq'trOthted \: action on-several projects. I to Wednesday afternoon, leaving It was stated Tuesday morning. comptroller, as to taxes collected roll was filed by the assessor for ''

fan| base of road 28 through within this state.In The board of bond trustees of Eunice and Starling still In by him from auto companies for the 1930 assessment and same was k'approved. '

county was taken up at the addition to the Wilmington Bradford county Florida, met custody. HTARKK WINH AT ARMORY Interest and sinking funds, asking I r

the meeting Monday, as shown address, Congressman Green announced October 7th in regular session Cecil Rafute. war arrested 'In authority to pay same direct to Current bills were ordered paid.

B following news story taken a series of speaking dates, with all members present. Minutes Palatka Friday by Sheriff Pete Ha. The main bout last Thursday state treasurer was granted. The old council adjourned. slnlo".

we Monday' issue of the Talla- as follows: ot the last meeting were read and gan as he attempted to smuggle night at the armory between For- The following were placed upon die. ,,, ,,;,

Bide Democrat: October 14, Starke, before a session approved eight gallons of liquor through syth, of Starke, and Flasher Shop-1 the widow's pension roll; Mrs. W, New'officers elected were sworn ,

>Jeeta< on six Important highway of the Woodmen of the Mr. Parrlsh complained of Putnam county ard ended In another victory for M. Turner, three children, $10.80 In by' Notary Public A. 8. Crew ; r

were opened at the off World: October 1', Gainesville, drainage on.the Scout Hole road, the local champion, and In the preliminaries per month for four month; Mrs. as follows: Alderman, J. C. Manning '

"""ns the state road department, Florida Division of the Typographical and Mr. Weeks was authorized to SEIZE ANOTHER CAR BOOZE two other Starke battlers Emma Murrhee, one child $3.10 and W. L. Wall; clerk, treksr't

" In approximately forty Union; October 21, Daytona .have the-eondltlon changed when were given the decisions. per month for four months; Mrs. urer and tax collector, C. A.
er being :received for the Beach Volnsla County Democratic the grading crew was again In that Prohibition ageota-worklng out Harter cot a knockout over Kow- Elizabeth Tompkins, two children, Futch; tax assessor, C. A. Knight;

' nt projects. Contracts for meeting: October 30, St. Peters- vicinity. of Jacksonville: made their second etch of Keystone, and "Flash" $7.00 per montb tor four months. marshal. A. L. Alvares. r

*work win be awarded by the burg, Pinellas County Democratic It was ordered that 1000 feet of capture of rum running cars here Parker won a technical 'knockoutIn The board then proceeded to The new council was called to ;a'' .

Department at 2:30: o'clock meeting; November 9, Marianna, bridge lumber be placed at Brooker during the past week Tuesday afternoon the first round. Tommy Forsyth appoint clerks and inspectors to order by Clerk C. A. Futch, and +,

*wnesday afternoon at the reg- American Legion session; November for convenience la repairing when they captured a car ( Starke, woo a decision over Battling serve at the general election to Mr, C. F. Hoover was re-elected

"-d.Quarterly meeting of the, 10, Gainesville Twentieth Century bridges and boxes. at the edge of towa: carrying SO Dick In the semi-final. be held Nov 4, 1930. in the -var chairman. J ,S

,\ according to Robert W.! Club: and November 11, Lake Due to lack of funds the board cases of choice IlCiUO,,_' The new This, week's card includes several ious precincts of Bradford county, The following appointments rYr

St y. chairman of the depart- City, Armistice Day celebration. decided to suspend all operationsuntil Buick sedan had a-spatially con hard-hitting lighters and the Florida: Precinct No.1. Lawtey: were unanimously made; 4 J.

Road e further notice and until euf- structed,, floor allowing concealment armory Is expected to be Jammed O. H. Pearce clerk; Jas. Rosier, Member of Board of Bond True'r''r

No- S-A from Mayo the, ATTENTION .JUNIOR WOODMEN of. the liquor and evidentlythe with fan. !'. A. Howe .
7Ior, to ficlent funds were on hand to war- and n, A. Blanchard teen H. L. Brownlee;, city at ;

b Jee"county line is.among-' them will be call meetingand rant such operation.The officers bad .been tipped 'Off i iRKGIMTHATION Inspectors; Precinct No. 2, North torney A. .8. Crews; night mar- ? ,.

On which bld.were open- There a Junior Wood- board adjourned. that the car was'coming this way, BOOKS Starke: F, A. Scott, clerk; Ceo C. shal. W. E.. Thornton; fire chief' t "

u of morning. The work con- practice of the at 7:30In : e as the pair lay In wait throughout CLOSE. SATURDAY White A. J. Thomas and Aubrey R. C. Baford; health officer, Dr. ri
l circle Saturday night
IIIn8tl laying a llmerock bue on men hall and all members JUNIOR GIRLS MEET the day and promptly' halted the Moore, inspectors; Precinct'No. 3, W E. Middleton; sanitary las pec- ;?t

. ct road. Construction ot the Woodmen car when it appeared. The car Bradford county's registration South Starke: J. L, Peek, clerk tor A. L. Alvares.

noose brldgea on Road Noln are urged to attend. The Junior Girls Auxiliary wUl with driver. and a.woman companion books will close Saturday, Oct, 11, G. II. Bennett'A. W. Anderson and The chairman stated, that.appolntment -. s ,
county also Amy Moore Ut.ebucb. were taken to .7a 'kI DYllle. this being the final dale for'':registering {
included cqlDmU..e'wo.14
'to are -JuBlor Supervisor. meet Monday afternoon at J. Wr Andrews, Jr.,. Inspectors); of ( be 'E"announced

"" Proposals opened today as .. i ,, business sad, progrsmeetia4u.Mgmb.rsereld '. sad paying"poll tax f "ruction of'a; span bo "WaueB-J* --' Airport to 'open1OOBbi la tb.ieoet.'etfcUoqera . .. couadl the;
across Electric-Maid : jo : 'ltl'l) ,'r ,- -- "" ', .I'ltcl' g 4 *adjourned to> .
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TWO _ Sweet Peas Sown Zephrlbili. lie
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500 fruit and '
Auction Bloom in January vegetable d
: Bred For manufacturing department.

FARM NEWS SECTIONConducted State Dairy Sale Gainesville. lF a.-Sweet October peas Shell South Petroleum Jacksonville Corporation_ ga.JS

e early
should be planted ing station i - is desired according St. Johns bunt
38 bloom
Fla. About If January and Oak ,,
,''I 1 1e By Gainesville.selected dairy animals of to Major W. L. Floyd, Tampa ImproveDleoli, ,
'j carefuly
breeding will horticulture at the school buildings i,
type: and professor of costing
< exceptional
MISS PEARL JORDAN Home Demonstration Agent be sold to the highest bidder at Florida College of Agriculture.The approved by county school) boi

"j L_ the State Dairy Sale In Monticel- winter flowering spencers may Clermont RlchardsowS

October 28 the sale and con be planted as late as November Packing House extensively: "sal" I
lo *
';.' li P' IIt'r DAIRY COWS titnment committee hall lust an but do best if planted earlier, he eled and re-equipped. 1

I, GOOD pounced Every animal o offeredwill 1 Stuart, }I. C, Rue A SOB l J

\\(1"( 1 not only be registered and said.He recommended dropping the Ing extensive alterations to t iii/
1b BEING PLACEDON for tuberculosis place of business.
t'r ARE carry health certificates \seed about two inches apart in a .
and abortion but about three to four inches
: 1't trench
,3t FLORIDA FARMS be worthy of going Into the best deep and covering them about
of the
lil.; 1 : herds of Florida.o Members two inches. Sweet peas grow best
;' State Dairymen's A.soclatlon are heavier soils that have
f,7 _._ t breeders and the on matter, and 1"Y I I'Y Is
\ best
, t development which ; n'i Florida's plenty of organic
{ r The dairy Will shown by the quantity of seed each that they have to.tell has been of fertilizer per
I' taking place over Floridain Florida Hogs INUANT V1STCH AND I best about one pound
has been Nine AUSTRIAN PEAS year since 1.2S. In 1926: It was consigned. yard. la recommended.
of interest.
*y weeks is square
I '\:( I 1 ,, 01 recent of high grade and pure- Bring Good Prices -. ,600 pounds. In 1927 6.000 Twenty-two Jerseys 11 bulls The plants should be! thinned to
fl'ifi1 carload. '' pounds in 1928 60,000 pounds been consigned when. they are,
? !**, dairy animals have been Ed Meeks WashIngton and 11 heifers have four inches apart
bred "It says
pays HIs
'" > larv the drouth area Indicates and In 1929. 110,000 pounds. by the following members: about two inches tall. They should
'* brought In from Outlook county, Florida "to grow pounds [ '
estimated that 150,000 Milan Farms and-poultry -
Kentucky, and Farms plenty of water
thefeel and Mr. Magnolia receive
of Tennessee vetch and Austrian peas.
of the will be planted this fall Plantation University of will make a good trel-
I 4 'distributed to various parts :Fla. Price. for Meeks Is shown turning under Peas and vetch furnish organic Pennock Moore J. J. Cavanaugh netting red spiders attack
there will Gainesville r John said. If
heat state. I am told that | 16,000 pounds to the acre of Austrian is Florida lis, he
; which go to market matter or green manure I. Phelps. To suggested dusting
sis carloads' Florida hogs and W. he
about he the plants
F ; demand for weeks before
'dies i, be a spring should peas two good pound for pound as stable Guernsey have plant
a. prices get a lit- this fall and next as bring more outstanding with sulphur, or If they
lifcv 7* tabu more as soon there. at least equal those received a yearago 'planted corn. manure,'and much less expen- blood into the state seven bulls lice spraying with tobacco: extract.

: N tle cheaper up if present Indications hold -- sive. They should be plowed under &ftA .fI.. .. ttMters_. coming_ from .uch -
s r, 1L Dairymen'sAssociation -U- vv -- >
? p Then too the state auction good according to II. O. Clayton, It. time to plant Austrian peas about March, at least two breeders as John 8. Candler Atlanta Grow manure:- Austrian peas

h is holding October an 28. district extension agent. Mr. Clayton and hairy vetch for turning nnder weeks before corn cotton, sugarcane Pedigree Seed Farm Harts- or vetch-and double or triple

t a sale in Monticello on Jer- bell,... that well finished next spring. By planting them or peanuts are planted.They vllle South Carolina and J. A, your yield of corn.
v y t Already nearly 40 purebred Holsteins, hogs will ha In greatest demand farmers can easily grow; from four often double or treble the yields of Frohock: Bradenton will be auc

i nays, Guernseys and been and that the mid-season market to eight tons of manure per acre these summer crops. tioned. Dr. J. G. Dupula and others Tampa Surrey to be made of
a+ew''I'' rt both bulls and heifers have will not be as good as the early Farmers of north and west Florida October la the best time for of Dade county will offer four route of proposed Riverside Boulevard Ache
It Is expected .
that consigned to this sale. scatteredto and late> markets.. like these two crops recom- planting peas and vetch. The seed Holsteins. from Davla Islands bridge to

the > : that they will be Florida... The mid-season months of November mended by the College of Agricul should be Inoculated .and disked 10:30 eastern standard time Sulphur Spring., along west bankof
: different sections of to January are when moat ture. In 1926 ten club boy. of or plowed In.. Thirty pounds of At representative" ot the Hlllsborough river. Ordinary pains by

It la to be hoped that many of of the hogs are expected to be mar Bay county, cooperating with the peas or 20 pounds of vetch seed American H. G. Batets.Guernsey, Cattle Club ache and neuralgia, muse'1

; 1 the animal. sold at the Dairymen'sAssociation keted. After January the supply county agent planted 200 pounds should be planted to the acre. will start auctioning.! 'Lunch will tlbe to the disease known as brown Jar pains functional pain

VS'' : auction, will go to Is expected to fall off and domes- of seed as a demonstration. Farmers They should be fertilized with 100 served at noon by the Montlcel patch and will crow slower than the headache and congest

I . Irk'w/ li Florida farm., rather than for all tie demand may. Improve. Mr. Clay who have grown them and pounds of superphosphate per lo be KlwanU Club and tales will be the rye grass feeling of a cold in ti
tf ? to be purchased by dall' following from the effect
JJ of them ton quote the seen them and observed their -
l H A majority of the animals It30-31 bog outlook report of the I In Increasing yields of summer acre.Farmers Interested In planting *resumed at 1 p. can m. be obtained head how quickly the;
l catalogue
i ?tit brought In from Tennessee have! United States Department of Agriculture crops such as corn planted who have not yet secured a supply A L. Brown II. O. disappear when you take

t r k- ton onto farm. This is encouraging where peas and vetch have been of seed, 'should see their county from Hamlln J. Lee Smith, of the HEADACHERELIEVED tablet or two of
Clayton or
A for practically every farm "Numbers of hogs for slaughter plowed under llkethem. This Is agents at once. Agricultural Extension I DR.MILES.I'IA" *

In the state should have one or during the marketing year that be- Florida Galnerlllewho are cooperating . QUICKLY
good dairy cows on It. expected to be Service Panty. ;..
two or more gan October 1 are with the consignment TU V cUbUriUquickly .
The cow tarnished the best kind of somewhat smaller than during the Bids corrects: the
I"'b food tor the farmer' table. If marketing year that ended September and publicity committees.mall to J. LVrl digestive disturbances .
tesilna wire
d milk'' be'marketed, willbe DAIRYINGS may be sent by or ,removes the inteatuuu -
ck11 ream or can 30, and averge weights L. H. Lewis, State Dr. Miles' Aspir-Mint\ U U
M. Burgess, headache
and sick
the farmer has a regular income lighter than they have been for Jacksonville. poisons, new stable mint-flavored taN
r Daal though it may be small every i many years. The short corn crop Marketing Bureau. quickly: disappears. Your whole system that is making people all or
1 1v au. month In the year.I of 1930 and the present unfavor- Dr. L. .sGeat'a-- V.a. enjoy a and tonic effect feel renewed the country "Smile at the Achi
Taniahesj, yon
tt ,..MILDt remember reading somewhere able corn-hog ratio are expected to f klMKHik. > Possible To Have vigor.. Avoid bromides and dope, 15e and 25c at your drag she
> several weeks ago a statement by reduce both the tall pig crop of "- Dr. LeGear ls a of Ontario are depressing and harmful.AJ1 '
: they LL GET: RStlEHOR :
EJB! ,t County Agent B. E. Lawton of 193ft and the spring crop of 1931. V.tedDu7CoUeceo 2.Thirty-eight you*of Green Lawns All Droffgista 25c and 76c red pkg.CARTERS YOU :
l lh and
Madison county In which he show Current storage holdings of both veterinary work. Eminent, authority on diseases YOUR MONEY BAl

ed that dairy cAws which farmers pork and lard are considerably csJalag of dairy known cows,lecturer other livestock.writer.and aDd.IU7 author. NaUonaUy Winter In Florida C3 PILLS!
of that county bad brought In smaller that those of last yaer. .

h pR4 1 from Tennessee in the summer of Article VIIIEVKN loft and storage space above -
1926 had been profitable. That Fla. To have a
< : COWS ENJOY A Sometimes the first story walls Gainesville
n beyI 155 head were brought in, Life all winter TELEGRAPl
And lawn
year Oats Rye HOMU: SWEET,: : HOMEProfits : It built accordIng luxurious green the
made of stone.
and they cost 3000. It la figured are down In sunny Florida simply sow

that this year they and their Saver For Farmers From-a Dairy herd Will to approved principles this is a little Italian rye grass on the

4 rtantmua increase are worth 20000. Many increased WhenProper a very satisfactory type. Good regular lawn just before it beginsto
farmers now' have for sale good He Greatly: Housing Is lighting and ventlltatton can be turn brown, according to Geo. OFFERS ITS READER;

-N N'bii young stock out of heifers which Gainesville Fla. A crop of Provided secured. One common fault In E. Ritchey, with the U. S. Forage

''they purchased then. \. oats and hye this tall will prove a such a barn la that the ceiling, or Crops Office and Florida Experiment -
tyHCCaoovi U Hfi. The cattle tick is being eradicated life saver to many farmers whose the floor above the live stock, Station.
built I
from Florida and good dairy teed crops were cut short by the No one who ever may not be- 'tight. Dust filters Two or three pounds of rye TREMENDOaVaBBB
the happy
house forget many
yy cow. are being brought into the late drouth J. Lee Smith district evenings can spent In reading books! through and the odor from the grass scattered on each 1,000

state. Prosperity follows the extension agent believes. and studying! stables goes all through the up- feet of lawn possibly along
examining pictures, square
Tl'1 dairy cow 'tis said. More than 60 percent of the stairs. middle of October will
blueprints in preparation for the about the . ... _
I tn CS .- oats sown In Florida he said, are Dairymen generally favor the hurt the old grss' but Will L oe aVaBBB HHaV eflHHaTB a aW alaB B* BBBM .B BBBB *
home. 4 not
the future
p task of planning
1 bbe dlala n ArithmeticHe sown in the fall since they usually one-story barn because of the better thick enough to keep the lawn WHY PAY'*MORE?
give a better yield furnish winter Truly a man can say that "his sanitation it affords. Usuallyit and through the fall
grazing and serve home !la his castle" when the job wide enough for two nice green
was teaching her arithmetic and spring Is made and winter. It 4s well to sprinkle 11v II
Because that was his mission; as a cover crop to prevent soil is done and the family moves lu. rows of cows. The roof Is well about 1.3 inch of soil over the

Ha kissed her once he kissed her erosion. Fall grown oats usually The enthusiast in dairyingshould constructed: so as to provide plenty lawn after the seed are sown. Keep

3 'Jaihs.r twice mature earlier and are less affect 'be just as Interested in pro- of warmth. In moderate climates the lawn well watered until after ON THEIR
,i And said "That Is addition! ed with rust. Experiments have viding suitable quarters for his cupolas can be built to provide the seed have germinated when

; .Hunt orA shown that October Is the best cows. For surely they are the ventilation, providing they can be the rye grass may be treated the

W t.. An he> added smack to smack, month to sow oats and rye and "geeso that lay the golden eggs"of cloned up In case of storms and same as any lawn grass. About

i. yro' p Pallord In silent satisfaction that Texas Uutsproot or Fulghum profits and !It has been proved severe cold spells.In two to three pounds of some nitrogen -
. The dear gal gave his kisses back oats and Abruzzl or Florida rye time and again that the amount of' the case of a one-story barn fertilizer per 1,000 square m&v r IVUM* r *lu aA\tt JKT.1MAGAZIN

d a inn And said "That Is subtraction! give best results. milk a cow gives can be influenced, the hay and feed will have,, to be feet each month will greatly assist

,"dAA, r tToro Mi'. Smith believes that oats do by the manner in which she is stored elsewhere. Sometimes one in producing a rich greeness.. E

n Ho kissed her, she kissed him. better drilled in than sown broadcast !, housed. end Is raised \two stories to provide If there U no grass on the yard

i r ;saeli Without an explanation; Grazing fall sown grains When you consider that a modern spare'for hay Some farmers keep prepare the soil well and thor-

They both together. smiled and, wilt also make them\ stool better dairy cow will produce :as their caul" in 6pe.a 1 : sheds all yeararoundusinga oughly rake Into the soil threeto

9'} pd.r tour said. therefore making more heads' he f'' much milk in'one month as a scrub, ;\, ; atabje: for milking four pounds ot Italian rye seed

"That U multiplication! said cow allowed to shift for Itself and feeding? qljr: This! makes for 1,000 square feet. It Is best youCanHavefcurChoiOf
; ord . ,,anI mals. per :
gives during a milking! season you rugged, healthy to add stable manure or good
unit Then dad came out upon the porch Save hay and plant oats or rye know there is something more The round barn is advocated bya muck soil while the ground Is, be-

i, And rendered a decision; this fall. than just breeding and feeding to number ot,. experts.: Friends of ing prepared. I Any FIVEMAGAZINES

The'sheik' was kicked out on the account tor it. the round barn say it Is tar cheape Kentucky blue grass, and red loco "i2

__ street; If you have no manure to put In the next two or three articled requiring '25 per cent less wall top are other winter grasses, but [ i

Ivla Dad said "Now that' division!" on farm, grow It the Austrian pea we shall discuss this-Important, to enclose a: similar space than they are not a popular as Italian

-L. B. Laws. and vetch way._ subject of dairy barn constructionand t does a rectangular, building Rye. They are also more suscep- AndThis Newspaper: --
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arrangement. First let us
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take up the location and the type ,1.11 ANNOUNCEMENTS": It's absolutely true! No ttrfng. F10

ad" And the \Worst is Yet to Come- of From barn.the standpoint of drainageand FEATURE OF MONTHLY COFFINS & CASKETSAnd ,u.chd to this cff,.y..can sctiullyh

. CLVH RADIO PKOQRAM .i h. choice of 9 el th..
,wdgter - - fresh air! high ground is sit a Full Line of r4AN ve your any
5'MJ,1 sirable.. If too high cold winds In famous r 81ul",. II you ACT NOWI

I f ft winter and the difficulty'ot haul- Undertakers: Supplies p ,The cost I. lute| a bile of' shah ideal l NSJEDU2?

t r1' I Ir ; |- ng feed up to the barn are thing Gainesville Fla.-- Announcing AUTOMOBILE HEARSE v.tu.. A whole! years ntdlng for

a hum to consider. Later on we shall the date of the state Pig Show Alw... .. H.... Th. ktervle,,Mother and j be l!Jdl.i.Stof! .

I r.r point out the desirability of having I and the state champion poultry: .t tk. lowest .rte.*. led crtldcs en every' !known ,.topic!

'AUC fON running water In the barns, club member- 'R. W, Blacklock, S."I atteatt.a I. I.I.cra.h Look ',,, cue Select l your hvortte

hh4a i S-EA.) and a hilltop location might pre. state boys' club agent directed an ordersREGTERED .nd Mall the Coupon Teday Denl ,
tjj : i iar t7i,. / vent that. other of the monthly state1' BMBALMEH "
t I.ULE -- WRUF state worry If you slresoV ft tome of thete' HomeraAkirMoneySavingCoup
e / op V A gently sloping bill with a club programs over.
tart southern exposure., Is very goodin : and ''University'of Florida radio DEWITT C. JONES ore...allI... Rsntwsts win be properly

'I' ILrt i{ Zb2r3nauras. any event the cow barn should station, lost Friday evening.S. .TA.RKB. FLORIDA .....ncIocf.AD. gvN.rR
op o fr// H. FifUld. of the Barnett National c
I ; : run north and south or nearly so,
l; *' ragh In order that both the morning, Banki made the opening address

tI .a.t and the afternoon sun may shine on the 30 minute program.

..4'p' p 4s i lion In on the stalls. Sanitation as my; Fred Barber recent winner of .a
r go readera know, is now becoming ,a trip to the Moses Leadership

matter of law In many localities, Training School;; told of attending

e,1 fI'Gt11Q/t a at' where officials who have to do with the school. Special music and entertainment Subscriptions Are for a Full Year

/ the health of the community are were furnished by (Xcrt fttUmdn, which it foe a ...".'

s regualtlnc the barns where the well known WRUF performers.. 0m4M..i I wish I. take .."......,.!'.t
!, The State Pig Club Show will iaaulM Bmrgulm 0... I ar ...!..!- !
milk la produced. ... tm ..r naseINM-
yvMat sae
Irl 1 1a Keep this one thought In mind. be held In Tallahassee, November I. Wen Fire Gets 7*a. ....*. tad the .IVIo1 a 7.......10. w
MS- wI A cow does her best work at producing 18, and a trip to the InternationalLive ta.rkN wit* .a Z 5..l.w.x. .
se' sit th. rye. Stock Show and Club Congress Beyond Centre
.. milk during the warm sum .. -
S" f un{ 1"J .4E me, month.. Th. more comfortable a scholarship to the University

rdl you make her In cold weath and |130 Iii cash prises C......, "...k,>t-la,... It.or II.F.D- -
ua I will be awarded. r e a._..1 .... ..IxMfl. ftof
,..aa.ViMI 1 er Several the greater types' will ot be barns your are The champion. poultry club member 1".r...... It darw ira Wro<4 b_ nml H or.- _St.-

I In use on American farms. In the and winner of the Quaker Oats P t D AiMrtawi.TMvr.Q .Jwa.M 0..11--
trip to the International was announced Tim M UIMIMU ".r.t..bhbw .......*.<> .*.. .
colder state the basement barn m.i..... ..,OM.*wbkb It nttntem ....
ASWH$ Barbara Blasey, Es- ... ....., .... '..*
? 1 t popular. It is made by digging as- why fix h *M* o c... 0 Xd7 Tun TlttQ -
t li.mf1B'MMW. side of bill so that one cambia eouaty.These tammitfc bM ADSQUATSHAROLD Q T*.Cmntvy HWr .
out the a It0Zv
? __r..w.d dIa wr.M 011.
i t
| iJ5"i1ts w .
,. of the second story state "-R club broadcasts < sides .rwwrCIk)
',;. v W'r!! or two pwp 0P tka (
; r ry. will be on a level with the ground aro held early the first Friday 1r.s.'.pit.ll.a. ... ....Pop.Lr 1I.-sJII:
i&& This makes a warm barn In winter night la. each month and present P .- / C'l1ae Vona JnnolD 0. .

__ and a cool barn In summer but. It' official announcements inspirational l>mU.a Omrttmm ....-.Dl.'
: .. i tS may be far from healthy because talks and experiences, as C. WALL Daauswes.aasag. 0......... ......m'-

( r of lack of ventilation. well as music'and entertainment INSURANCE Q O...St.r.MQBMMCtocte O.-M ru-J8.
( f ; Perhaps the commonest type 1 II that the boys and girls' will like, C W_'.W.t..

Y''. thtt'plant two-story bul1dlnc.wit WRUF broadcasts on. a frequencyof ': STARK FLORIDA

a. stable on the flrst floor and bay 830 kilocycles.
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Panama' City Work Is well -realize there are -forces outside I BARRAKA niA8EY WINS: mon pulp and sugar In glass or TRAIN SCHEDULE rtr,,?! '

under way on road 19. The state which cause th.storms." Any 1030 HTATK rOVI-THY earthenware Jars or In coated sanitary ,
News of Florida In Short Paragraphs at present has two crews of men I well constructed building could ('I.ll1) CHAMPIONSHIP: cans. (Never use cans of uncoated Local No.1. southbound due> "A
at work on this highway near withstand a storm without: great -- tin tor persimmons.) Mix Starke. 11:11: p. m. S
Milton working toward the Cult damage." ha. said.Moutlcello Gainesville Fla.-The 1030 thoroughly and set In a cool, light Local No. 11. southbound- due>

.of Mexico at Navarre, and will ..... ...-.. poultry club champion and winner place. Stir occasionally until the Starke. 11:13: a. m. J ,
I work in tha direction of Panama U' tlio Quaker Oat trip to the Intt'fI1'ulonnl air Id removed and seal. with para Limited No. 107 southbound { '
STATE NEWSTOLD City. This road connects with --A cooperative! cotton Live Stock Show ha ffin or waxed paper. Tile cans due Starke, 10:41: a. m. ,
LIVE road 20 at Panama City, which I Is sale was heiolhere and 82 Just been announced by state club may be heated over a slow flrer Limited 191 southbound. due : ,+
bales of cotton weVotaotd to O. W. Es- enough to drive out the air, 10:36 m.
also having the 28-mile stretch authorities as Barbara Blasey, just Starke : p. '
between Bayou" George and Cot- Branch of TtlftonGa.;: The cotton cambia county. This Is her fourth and should be sealed at once. J} I Locals Northbound: 4!
tondale hard surfaced at this time brought from. 9 1-t,10,11,, cents per year in poultry club work and Prt'wrvod Whole .' r linmonir I I II No. 2, due Starke, 5:41: a. in. W
BY OUR EXCHANGES Insuring a smooth highway to Tallahassee pound and the .*2t;brought $3.- though 62 birds were stolen from Put a thin layer of sugar In the No. 12, due Starke, 3:05: p. m. ;"
via this route. 364.39. All of this cotton was her flock she won the 1930 grand I bottom of a Jar, then a. layer of Limited No, 108 due Starke. r '
_. .-_. _..... grown and baled irf Jefferson coun- ; then a ,
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ty. Fifty-five of the bales were I of and so on until and Wannee Branch: ,!
The local! Ocala-Marlon county farmers 2,000 other boys and girls. I
Springs Panama
,eFunIak City Contract has shipped to Savannah for export On September 1, 1929 she owned the Jar Is full. The sugar will soon No. 101 leaves Starke 7 a. m.. No.
Legion laI aro indeed fortunate In having a been let for construction I I
American of the
B0f f" I seven of the bales were of staple 144 hens while on August 31 I dissolve and form a syrup. Press 10S arrives 2:40 p. m. dally except *
t West Florida Post to sendrBald cash market In Ocala for their products huge municipal docks by the Southern more than an Inch, Jong and were I 1930. she had Increased the num- I the upper fruits down under the Sunday. ''j'

up membership1 of 100 corn, peanuts,!, velvet beans Kraft Corporation whichare shipped to Greenville, S. C., for I ber to 197 birds. During the year syrup or add more syrup to the T. J> Griffin, agent: a 4
J'It. and the boys are'actlveanpalgniug hogs, poultry and other farm product to be built In connection with milling. The lont staple cotton she sold 1237 worth of eggs an4 Jars. Seal and store until used. '
the paper mill at Bay Harbor that brought a one cent pound premium and r
per $207 worth of meat while the ex- The syrup may be drained off Blue DIM SchedglNSouthbound9S7 4
additions. Opening 'of these markets
for Is being rushed to completion, and over the short staple.OrlandoPermission tra birds added to her flock were the fruits served like dates, which : a. m.. 11:37: 1 ;
marks the rounding out of the general these docks are to be 400 feet I In I
-Election .ofB valued at $69. She spent $254 they will resemble In appearanceand a. in., 4:07 p. m., 6:37: p. m., 11-:
-unlak Spring I ,farm program in Marlon and length, 90 feet wide with composition -
Thus flavor. 1
to hold a for feed and other expenses. 40 p. m.
,,*. P. W. DuBose, at present places the farmer In position to construction of copper and public meeting in a local park was this 17 :year old girl realised a labor IVrwlmmon Leather Northbound-4:50: a. m., 8:53: ffi
|to r of the Westminster Presbychurch -; cash In any day In the week on steel sheeting with copper bearing denied the American Fascist order -' Income of $171 during the Spread a thin layer of ripe per- a. m., 1:53 p. m.. .13 p. m.. 8:23 ,
of Miami l. to the I what he has produced. sheet piling and so designed to accommodate of Black Shirts here today by' year. simmon pulp on waxed paper or on p. m. ,

All iency of Palmer college, Is _. 26 feet. vessels having draft of the city council., which declinedto. a large platter. Dry In the sun, Tickets and Information at !$
ounced here.hitiahoocheWN. Panama City J. L. Reynoldshas set a' precedent stating that RECIPES FOR'VHINO PERSIM In a fruit evaporator, or In the Smith's Service Station, next to p a
discovered a,,new novel way other organizations ,were not permitted MONSI'erslnnon oven of a stove leaving the oven courthouse. A
w> constfuc-' to advertise this section to the Fort Pierce Installation of to use the.park for such a doors open. Remove the seeds. .,;' .S .. .- c 11 ''
l work at the Florida State best advantage. He Is selling some Fort Pierce's new fuel pipe tine purpose. If, J. Norton././ president Cake Add another layer of pulp and repeat Cocoa Building under construction ? '
fnital Includes a large dl lng- of the gulf water and also some from the municipal dock to the of the order whit, headquartershere Use 1 cup of persimmon pulp, until the leather Is of a on Dixie highway to be
and kitchen, the observation of the sand In glass bottles which fuel storage plant at the powerhouse and Joseph Wood of Atlanta 1-3 cup of sugar, 1 egg, butter, thickness to handle easily. This occupied by L. E. Tenner's restaurant
*m for the criminal insane re- make handy paper weights, especially Is virtually completed, says secretary appeared before the size of walnut, 1 cup flour 1 eta- may be diced or minced and used ,
I.,to the nurses' home.and oth- the ones containing the the News-Tribune. This pipe line council In behalf of the organlia- spoon baking powder, 1-2 teaspoonof instead of raisins or citron In Canaveral Cahow Construction
nands. The water Is clear Is 3,493 feet long and will be usedIn of the fruit cakes, cookies, or puddings.
onetructton.acksonvllle as as tlon. Both asked the use soda. Co., of Ft. Pierce, started .
-- crystal. Mr, Reynolds wades out carrying fuel oil for the municipal park to bring out the alms and Bake 40 minutes In a moderateoven. i worlc on extension to pier of Can- ;' V ,
\ .- Imports during l In the gulf and gets It before it is power plant from oil tank- purposes of the organization to For a soft pudding leave Miami Dr. John Harvey Kel- averal Pier and Fish Co., here. J p
tember showed a marked In- washed against the shore. ers. Connection with the fuel tank the public. Wood later announced out the eggs. For a custard leave logg of Battle Creek, Michigan Construction
over merchandise brought has been completed and all that his Intention to hire a public out the flour and the baking pow purchased Country Club Hotel Miami Beach r- Harrison contractor it
ite Co., received 'fl
the port of Jacksonville dur- Tampa Resolutions asking now remains Is to start the pumps. hall for the meeting. der. stor- l ego
here.Miami construction of $15,000
August according to figures Oovernor Carlton to establish a This is one of the largest fuel Pudding Beach-Building permit
ounced at the office of K. n.bltt. northern border patrol to curb the pipe lines in the state. The installation Palatka-J. O. Haraby, residentof Use 1 pint of line persimmonpulp I Issued for construction of $22,- garage at Gulf Stream Apartments tt t

deputy colector of cus- Invasion into Florida of hitch hikers :was made by city forces. Cltra. alleged to have been spir- 1 cup of sugar 1 quart of 000 apartment at 225 Twenty-sev .
and vagrants headed south ited away by a masked band, sweet milk, 3 cups of flour, 1 tea- enth Street. I Eliilon Okeechobo Construction +"t
s. ward from large industrial centers St. Petersburg-Hitch hikers which Sheriff S. C. M. Thomas of spoon of ground cinnamon, 2 tea Langston Construction Co., received Cuwpany received contract on w4
fcradenton-Action of the Man- were adopted here at a conference who land In St. Petersburg will Ocala believed to have been composed spoons of baking powder.Pnwrvrr contract on bid of $137,054 bid uf $.,.ao. for excavation of '
county Democratic executive attended by 70 public officials, chop wood for their bed and board of Putnam and Marlon Persimmon Pulp I for state road work between Bron- 26.000 yards of dirt along Elkton- p

limlttee in favoring a state con- representing 20 cities In. 11 counties The Salvation Army, to which aU I county citizens, has left the state, "Place equal amounts of persim on and Elliey. Toool Road near here. ViCohen's
lion and adoption of a"par- within a 10-mile radius of Itinerants and unemployed are re- Sheriff Thomas announced yester- ',
tform brought forth a hearty Tampa. ferred by police today decided I to day following hld... return- from '!"!l'- -
lorsement In an address here erect a barracks for the unemploy-: Jacksonville where, he had been

Cary A. Hardee, Live Oak, Ocala-Florida swine from a ed and made arrangements to pro- seeking Hamby, The sheriff 3
mer governor of Florida. farm near Jacksonvlle won high I vide bedding and food. however. stated that he had gone to Ham-
awards recently at the California In the yard surrounding the bar, by's boarding house and discovered 41iff
leFunlak Springs The Synod State Fair, according to reports racks will be used stacks of cross- I, that the man had been there
'Ioilda will hold its annual ses- from Sacramento. Not many ties and timber. Axes and saw but half left with the Intention of
i in DeFunlak Springs Presby- years ago this Florida product was will be provided and each hitchhiker leaving the state. Hamby was be-
tan church, and will begin on known by no name other than must spend some time at the lieved to have gone to Jacksonville Oct. '''> '
sday night October 14, atio "razor-back," and most probably wood pile before he is allowed after It was 'established that ,'", 13th ) '
o'clock. This body covers the the name was justified. But con-I board or bed.HialeahRobert. the man had been given a ride e' ./

testate of Florida for South- ditions have rapidly changed. Today from Orandln to this city by Sher- to 'I ,' : eat
| Presbyterians. Florida Is producing some of W Marshall) iff's Deputies L. S. Johnson and .: " .
the best class of hogs to be found of the mayor's office wants it understood Wayne Watkins. 20th ': ," ':, \ .

iUDCy| A three weeks union anywhere. that Hialeah Is not a carload "... , ,''i.., ,' : '\ irJyy,
[Ice revival will begin at the city, despite assertion of of- Pensacola-A tale that might If." I'" '
Miami-Income lien for ftclals In Macon, Ga., that a carload .. r. ..'
sbyterlan church on Sunday, tax have come out of Dickens was told 1 .,
ember 2. After a week at this $58,000 principal and $381 Inter- of liquor seized there had here by Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Nick- . ; .' (, 'H'i w;,
reb, the services will continue est has been tiled against C Glenn l been billed from here. Marshall erson. an aged couple rho chargedin ,'i.'" "('I rv", .
either the Baptist or Methodist Skipper, republican national committeeman -I eard that after checking the two court that their home had been \ ",,: 'q;,"l'rl1 3& ,

|rch the second week, and In the for Florida, In Federal railroad lines that operate in'this taken from them and they had .... 'Ww'"I, ,l si y "'>:!I k
;church'the third week court here It became knowrf today. Miami suburb be had found that been forced to live In a 'bare, un- .. '. ;
---: The lien was flIed by Peter Miller, for months there has not been a heated barn. Mr. Nickerson Is 76 ) .; ',;;. .. '.iWt Ji''.
balnesvllla The 2,192 >tubis Internal revenue collector and rep- carload of liquor shipped from and his wife Is 69, They filed , n"l;
of the state university' resented the alleged non-payment here. In fact, he said for month suit against John and Ida Bailey 'I,?
tided as follows: Arts and scl- of Skipper's total income tax for there has not been a.carload of Bailey, charging them with forcing ,; "
Iw, 494; commerce and Jour- 1923, 1925. 1926 and 1927. i anything billed from Hlaleah. She the aged couple out of their j : ,t ;
ilim, 648; teacher 289; engl- contends that there must have home. A 4,000 debt incurred on . "
ring, 289; law, 191; agrlcul- Pensacola-Police at Atmore. been a mistake somewhere. Christmas Eve 1928. the petition ?J.
e, 205; pharmacy 47; archt- Ala., said tonight that Tommy alleges, led to the alleged signingby : )
|ture, 61; graduate 88. Pigard, 21 year old postal messenger Miami-Richard W. Gray government the Balleys of a contract to ,:
had been arrested in connection meterologlst here, told care for the aged couple until their r
Vent Palm Beach-There may with the theft of $10,000 in members of a luncheon club today death and to give them a "decent
meaner thieves but police here currency there last night. PIgard that "all the explosives In the burial." Fulfillment of the con- ,,1 'z
t't know where. Some one last according to police, said he loaded world fired Into hurricane would tract by the Baileys was to be rewarded -
bt stole 30 loaves of breadred the money on a truck at the post have as little effect in dispelling by Inheritance of the 63ANNIVERSARY
la the municipal market office and went to a cafe half a It as a boy' shooting It with a bean home, the bill said. The aged pair
llding for distribution to the block away. He returned in about shooter." Gray said many persons charge that very shortly after the
dr. Bakeries had donated 90 20 minues to find the money miss- hare lately discussed the pos- Baileys moved into their home,
rem. but there were only 60 ing. Police said the money was be- slbllity of force being directed they were forced to live In a barnat s' +y {!
en the distribution, started to- ing sent from a Mobile bank to a against hurricanes to dissipate the rear of the ho us., while the
bank In Frisco City, Ala. them but added that "they fall to younger couple' occupied their
home. The petition alleges the ft

Duchess of Bedford Trans-Atlantic Liner Baileys furnish them with only ,
Popular simple food in Insufficient Quantities

To Make Two West Indies Cruises in Winter. of 1931t5fwtttl. they. were The not Nlckersons allowed to leave charged the :
premises to communicate""Itb

d oratararsa eKf neighbors except when accompanied -
f w .00o.0" by either Mr. or Mrs. Bailey _
Discovery of the plight of the aged t r- j-
couple by' neighbors led to the engagement 3?

by them of a lawyer, Starts" October
who It is charged, was ordered Monday,
away by Bailey when he attemptedto 13th't' r.H

see the Nlckersons. The complaint
said the attorney was ableto '*
confer with them only after he A CELEBRATION that has long been
returned under the protection of a
United States marshal JLJL famous Y
SsWRUF among Thrifty Shoppers :

throughout Florida and Southern Georgia r 1'' '

I "Tha Voice FARM of PROGRAM Florid as their great buying opportunity. Thereis

0 P Orawvca NvdroM. sra i'ceorsa Gainesville-- Fla_Farm programs just one best way for Cohen's to celebrate 1

t NdAKwr suvw+1N e ,,,,, state owned are broadcast radio station from WRUFC, each that is by "Saying it with Merchan w wdisc.

week day from 12:15: to 12:48: ." Yes, Thousands of Dollars' worthof i4
eastern standard time In coopera-

Ion with the Florida Agricultural the new things you want now will go .
Extension Service. The main talks

follow for' the: week following October 11 on Sale at prices far' less than you expectto t ""l a t

I. Sat., Oct. 11-My Opinion of pay . Mail or phone orders will be .
Agricultural Extension Work In
Florld-.1. E. Johnson Florida carefully filled. As always, special cour 1
Farm News and Hints.
Mon., Oct. IS-Fall Citrus Bugestlons tesieswill,, be shown out-of-town Shoppers h .
; E.F.. D Bulk, Spud
Johnson Make plans now to come !Monday and get '. ,
Tnes.. Oct. 14 --,Protecting
evaal.h MaID, with Ins UM approaching wintrr'u. lb.10000toe the flew World"; J.--' &.at one Mm Lawns from the Chinch Bag-J. your full share of the Anniversary Sav; j f fmgs.
1s-e. Of > Pselds liner headquarter of ootorlou buccanMra; Watson.
p ntefr and pioadw to R.
at 1w. "Purhns of Bedford.- one of lour Puuuaa, formerly tn* highway of . . Ask for one of Cohen's
te b.fng Yl8ltecI ?, ? "'Duch..s" ship which have aenKvednvUbl SpnUii tri un train, now tn. a- We'd., Oct. 'IB-Som* Imp,..- Big Eight. ; ; }
IIC number of people during I IW1IIIer rtputatlona both ae erulMreneU lion of tb* Panama Canal. greMt latb ions of Poultry Raining In Great :Page Anniversary Circulars for Details. "
aaontha Per &hme d-tr- and oa the historic 8u! tw world: Porto Bloo. whence Pone Britain-Dr. N, W. Banborn.
,, cones route to urop..' Tb. TMcbws d. Leon starud oa bla famous quest Keeping Lawns Green All Winter 4
,lite IIi4 fa ttng to waq of BwUord will..,. NeW York January for the fountain of youths Trinidad, --Oeo. E. Ritch."..
.e 11. tau, for two with Ice Pltcn Lak*. wblen fumUb
5 and fWwuary
near. Thurs.. Oct. IITimelY' Hints
01 out northern climate. a cmlMS to tne Wart Indies andher most of the world's an>halt, and many
t\lie d arftbeaa .. 30- uy win play a ela M other interacting port and plae**. About 'Florida Plant: Disease .'
a Ilea lucky pMMngsrs <<
IQ/QIIoQ problem. joke on Old MM Winter for la M Each of tbw* round trip from Nsw Erdman! West Ob IPStleni)
,", "' tae W.p InN.s hours they win lie to tropical ---- :ark to the Wart Iadls coven J3O Fri.. Oct 17 Florida Vegetable -
...euming IIIOrw and maro popular with the bleat DhMUry weather a* mllMHim moos ft baaklng to to* and Small Fruit Coopera- ,
... .
deck Unmlng.
eeautl.s bimdndsotTb 8UII&IIJDe.
AUantta _H.
sad bt.taefat UM MorUt ve O. Clayton.
- ens ...... shcr. wat.lone 3' JACKSONVILLE
IIIOI e a elip sp'rke miles...... y wffl tsit Benmd. "FLORIDA.
r .. ..aired trwpsad.s ,
e4 -IDe
a coral acre
wilt bar wn wp Tavare* -Postal saving d.part-
.. .. CUM.WHOM gay eapHal tos4llY, Ma.Poo aeselrsq
eat..es4v .. Inlrat .
"'" .. .-. ... 'tMtI SI 'I meat added to local poet offlc.
d Jill
. .. ,F11w4 $14

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: . ; ---f----; . ,' . ., .. _) TI "'T' ,,- --;: piftf{Wdms' *arid "a'sulia course: ,,uTKA.END;: ROAD talk in tpehali* 'Otb8'.leach'***' rfjdft : 5; 1 1ir"lI nJt&1'J
: was served after the games, 2ft TO BE; DELAYED. .social halt-hour w.s.,enjoyed K ESTO'ilEIGIJ7YMI. AT country homes He &lao JIat

McKewn -assisting 'her' Mr.'j' over the 'fea'.itjpi/aiid: ; 'ti, .ndwlches. Uslew 0.... C... Duval of \.he F"rnandlna area.
lfilcie 'Mills Christine Dimm 'won" (Continued'. ,from, page 1.). The houtevsea for the afternoon The members of ,.Lodge, .

hjgh score prize, Mrs. J. L: D.l nn'a creek'n Putnam' county Wore! : Menaaftkaa: PX' "I.. Haynes E. -,, Mr. Ray Lawrence who has No. 159.with Free and' other Accepted Southalde Masons DIVERsIFYING CRoPs l--, .

t second high' and More-I J. Wilson. E. M. Da- many: STATE
land won L. Biggs. E. OF
Material for widening of Road No. been' seriOusly 111 at the Alachnahospital friends 0(, the bereaved family, I"LoIU
J. Barrett, Jr.. was lucky on S in, Duval county and constructtlo'n vi Ie J..*+, Robinson"; C. F. Hoover; Gainesville was 'removed .
In were In the-funeral cortege of William 'Ja
STAR MEETS Mrs. also received a I ' .wt E/Middietln..' DAVIS; a.M. :HA8TERN cut.: Crary bf Road No. 28 In: Union ; : to this home here last Saturr Caleb Harris, 78. which left Idea tTVm Oct. J_
-. ,1ft.' 'offered Ii severaldealers :? -Sintruuk >' nd J.:; w; Andrews. ; of. "Hvarieties'In
county was ran dl'en
y ., ' His friends In Keystone:
Star.'beid: Ite regular :'Others Mrs. Hugh ; ; ' day. the Thomas M. Burns Jr.. chapelfor Iheprldortio
'FIi The Eastern present were 'and proposals: also were 'fl" : ,; v' hid re
meeting Monday night at the Farrior. Mra. Fletcher Groves received for' .citearlne, grubbing ':'. '" joice'ith; his family over" the Mlddleburg JaptlsChurch tables''ta'taldnB .. strong or' '

.',Q: ,' Masonic hall, with a good attend- Mrs. 8. R. McWllllams, Mrs. Austin and grading on road No. S In S;'l pIlOGRAJ< :.CTha FJAIIERJ4'' ::' markabie J. H.improvement.'Mrs. Lawrence .and daughter where final rites were" conductedat many pf the growers In prac b01d ..
Only the regular business Williams. Mrs. J. C. Arthur ASSbC'n Y" 4 o'clock.Mr. Iy every: section"of '
ance. Lake count '. TJ this
) ,.,.. Miss Helen Lawrence spent ltalt.
'was taken uP.. Mrs. Karl Wagner. Miss Alberta Harris a life time residentof For many season the
i. The morning session of the road Jacksonville. mSln,
The next meeting will be held Murray Miss Bessie Chiles, Miss Bradford County Teachers'' SaturdayIn Florida.'was born In Green Cove of the growers was to Id
1 department meeting here Wednesday -, Misses Arneeta and Helen Ogden prodllce
v ? Oct. 19. and this will be, a social Annie DI< will be taken with' Miss
up of '
.J meeting. All members and visit Miss :Elva Kenslnger, Miss Mar road on Saturday,.' (tob 18. at ,9:30:: were guests Sat- number of his year at tile family where early'tomatoes *h
hearing petitions for construction at her home Jllaol
to attendat || '.* "' supper nothing cone7u7n '
ing members are .urged garet Robson, Miss Gladys Biglow, a. m. i : home near Mlddleburg where his of any I
work Chairman Bent- urday '
that time: Miss Alma Kemhort Miss Agnes Ii. Futch evening.Mr. death occurred Monday morning planted except II
to L. ,
Call order-. Mr. tomatoes
., ,- ley said today. Several delega- ", and Mrs. W. H. Ogden and ; ', t
1 e Boynton -and Miss Edith Crary.- president. Ha i Is survived by his widow; five strawberry sections the $.
tions probably will attend the In Starke n ..
> R. Lawrence were
Mr. H.
Tampa Tribune, Oct. 5th. Devotional'exercises daughters Mrs. J. B. Mclver Miami tentlon of the
4 4t W7 CIRCLE growers at
; IIAPTIHT M. V. meeting to ask consideration ol Sat u rday'on'buslens..
Mrs. A. Austin Jacksonville tlcular time ft"
Business tlng. ; was turned
rne ;
claims for additional
TO MEET highway Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Weld berries
CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR Professional Mrs. R. B. Lee. Green Cove ; in potato
rththr construction, I it Is expected. program.' Wm. Pierce, Mrs. C.R., Lawrence, section. 110
t ELECTS OFFICERS Tests in Relation Mrs. J., A. Boyd Lees- ingbut potatoes'
W. M. to Improve- Springs: was
of the Baptist
I f Members Chairman Bentley pointed out Miss Ruth Lawrence, and Miss Irown
eeL ment of Isabel burg Mrs. Alice Prevatt Middle- so on over the state.
rClu'will 'meet Monday at I.nstr'ilftlon-Mlall' ; .
V C Thursday
: today that the work Road No. Helen Ogden spent i
a1 at the. following homes The Christian :Endeavor have on Fernandez Mrs, D. L., Blackburn. burg; three sons, S. F. and A. O. crop especially adapted to
: 3 o'clock the1
5-A will give another out- morning In Gainesville.
& Perry '
_ James Shep- elected the following officers: How to Impro're' the Quality ofInstructofl.h Harris both of South Jacksonville tlon was produced, it
1 Mrs. "
No. '
: Circle of people'were 1 eli '
let to the east when It 1 Is com A large number : that
President-Lucille Mitchell. Qur. Cou'nty4upt. and J. H. Harris. Tampa; one sister some of the
ard. The Dunn's at the tureen supper served I 110
pleted. creek bridge present
tAb1A '": Circle No. 2, Mrs. A. M. Darb,.. lilt Vice-president Grace project also Is one that will''re' A. J. CIrlffls.Mr H. B. Wiggins.. I at the Woman's Club Thursdayevenln& , Mrs. L. F. Thomas, Starke, turn to the production of Oth

Circle No.3, Mrs. O. W, Alder- .Wood. The Needtol"a Teacher's Good : and ;three;, b oth r.,-.1.-, C. Harris, crops for a late winter and Iprt
move a traffic hazard the highway
2nd VicepresidentDoroty on Library In' .the.,\ County and the Green Cove Springs .W. D. d. crop '01"' In .ome-.tee.
r man. Miss Houser 'and the ,11
of Palakta. The Road Gertrude
4 -. Lamb. Means of SecVrplg\ It-Mrs. E. .B. Harris, Starke .and >Jack Harris, the staple crops came la tbs
No. 3 widening.. between the Misses Ogden were guests at Sun- 111
Secretary-Mrs. W. II. Hart. Hart Mrs. C. 8. Lairdj; Lakeland. and spring they
HEW AND BO CLUB Jacksonville city lImltll'and the day night supper at the home of prod
Treasurer-Edna Stansbury. Work a small fall
Departm nt, ; Primary and
airport and will relieve much congestion '' Miss Helen Lawrence. S. F. Harris and A. O. Harris early Winter cr
Press Ken- but
Reporter-Elizabeth T.'M6ore.
Mrs. James definitely
Members of the Sew and So club while the road No. 10 'are the owners and operators respectively set out to
drlck. The Objectives of Each Grade- crop during the I'SM
entertained by' Mini Ethel of the Boulveard and entire ,, ..
were spans mark another step towards .
The executive board of the the
Mrs. L. 11. Futch. not Idea In
Tuesday evening at her Southslde1' pharmacies In any section Wb
Grlffln South
completion .of this road la1. West "
Christian Endeavor held It monthly The Characteristics 'of a' Good VANDERBILT. the main crop of a section
home. Florida. Jacksonville and both establish fain
: meeting Oct. 2nd at the home Lesson-Miss Leola Fogg.' produce either J
Old fashion garden flowers were The apparent low bidders on the Cams Bell Norman, Cor. ments were'Closed yesterday indeference' quality or of Miss Lucille Mitchell the pur- Round tables' discussion. tlty due to weather
4U prettily arranged in the party various to the of Mr. condltlou
pose''of projects follow: memory
this meeting was to Intermediate' other
appoint Miss .
: the Department- .i i causes, profits
where the guests spent Harris: eaten
room Project 63-D. Road No. 3 Lake,
committees and for ; '
: arrange Minnie Oruber. Mr. F. M. Norman and H. L. were small.
bridge '
In sewing and playing Mr. Harris "was member
-k- time county approximately four miles of
- c f the coming :year After the business The Objectives of Each Grade-r- Norman made a business trip'to Several years
fruit salad : ago the
served Idea
The hostess a clearing grubbing and grading C. Bra.dford'Lod&e No. 35. F. ft; A. ,
session the hostess served Miss Minnie Gruber. Jacksonville last Friday. diversified
r"n course with hot tea. I C. Moore Construction Company, I M.. and at the request of this farming began to I tJ
light refreshments. 'The Characteristics of a Good Miss Alice Smith spent the root. To this end
The members are: Miss Floreno Apalachlcola, $81,028.63. I lodge the interment rites at the exMrl c,
+ Lesson-Miss Grace Wood. week-end at Raiford with her have been carried
; Matthews Miss Madge Mhfdl4ton. Project S35 road No. ,6-A grave In the family cemetery were on testlMi
S BRIDGE PARTY GIVEN FOR' Junior'and"Senjor 'High SchoolMr. cousin Mrs.. Belle Grlffls. adaptability of soil
to the '
Miss Blanche Alderman. Miss Lafayette county from Mayo to conductd by Duval Lodge No. 159, pnrf.
VISITORS IN HOME\ OF S. and Fonzo tion of
S. po lInJ. Messrs. Melvin Futch vegetables and
tai .
Bettty Chamberlin. Miss Eunice Taylor county line laying a Florida F, &; A. M. The pallbearers were: b
WJIITAKER The Objectives of' Junior and Prevail of visitingin found that
Lawtey. were
most soils\
Perkins, Miss Minnie Oruber Mr.. lime rock base William P. Carl R. Leavltt, J. M. Gray, J. W. can beai
Senior High Sctbbl Instruction-:"'" this section Sunday afternoon ed to the production
_ Herbert Bitch Mrs. T. T. Long McDonald Construction, Lakeland, Varn William P. Belote,' J. A. of a lane
Senator and Mrs. Pat Whltaker Mrs.' George White.., Misses Mildred Alvares. Agnes rlety..
i B.
and Mrs. I
tcatlnal I Mrs. D. P, Carpenter $169,830.08. Prevatt and G. A. .Chalker. The
t.S. gave a bridge party last evening at The Chara.cteri8tlcji: of a Good and Louise Sapp spent the weekend As a result of these Ideas
A1) quickly funeral ma
,. Carroll. Project 69S Road No. 2. Lake arrangements were in
_I 't.mej i their home 725 South Brevard LcBBon-Mrs.o.B.. Perkins, Miss at Raiford with Miss Hazel sections of the state are ton
county from Eustls to intersect charge of Thomas M. Burns Jr.,
Homfc avenue for Senator and Mrs. Florence Matthews. ., Reddish. first time this
1 WOMAN'S planting
| AUXILIARY road between Mr. Dora and Taval'OIl South Jacksonville mortician. re
t tt Markley Johns of Starke who are AdJou rnmelj t. Misses Edna and Evelyn Strick tables new to their sections
MKKTB approximately 2.48 miles, Jacksonville Times-Union 8.
] In Tampa to attend the Universityof Following the meeting a luncheon land of Starke, attended WateroakB. Oct. though each section will coon
clearing grubbing, grading and
Di 1 Florida and North Carolina !' will be served to the teacher y. P. U. Sunday night. the production of the main
of cm
business meeting drainage
The regular necessary structures! ,
State University football game today of the county by the Lawtey, Miss Pearl Johnson, who Is 8AFAY PROMOTEDTO : _
.,the Woman's Auxiliary of the Manley Construction Company,
and who are their guests while P. T. A.Please. teaching school at Vanderbilt MAJOR'S/ RANK Fort
Episcopal church was held at the Ocula! $1,004.34. Myers-Local airport
here. notify Mrs. 'V. E. To-( spent the week-end at home with -
home of Mrs. J. L. Frazee Mon i Project No. 802-B, road No. 10, improved and made safer.
Quantities of autumn flowers In'' rode of Lawtey of your Intentionto her parents Mr and Mrs.. R. M. Jacksonville, Oct. 5.-Promo- Hlaleah
day Okojoosa county two Ire [
_ J 4 afternoonv vivid coloring and potted plants attend. Johnson of Graham. tion of Capt. Fred A.
Following a short business session timber bridges, Jr. R. Candler, pop- livery opened new sub-station ]
her with Mrs. Edward Burnspresident. were-arranged about rooms where Tampa, $36.552.Project:; Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Johnson. Mrs. ular commanding officer of the 3 at 33r4 St. and N. W 17tlu
r' tables were spread for the games. IJAPTIST ASSOCIATION RoRle Johnson and daughter, Lucille Headquarters Company. Jacksonville -
In charge. the members No( 952. Road No.3,
Prizes were awarded and"refresh MEKTS NEXT: WEEK of Miami are spending<< a outfit of the 124th Infantry nue.Palmetto
t adjourned to meet again the third Putnam county bridge DC rOilsDunn' School caleu.
ments were served. week here with friends and rela- Florida National
r' ( Monday for their social and pro Creek Atlantic Bridge Co., Guard to the remodeled.
burn. Th guests were Senator and The New River tives. rank of
Baptist Associa- major, assigned to duty
gram meeting to be held at the Greensboro, S. C., $62,228.30.
Mrs. Johns, Mr. and Mrs. WilliamJ. tion meets. wIth| the Hetlbronn I Miss Gertie Johnson and broth- with the Second Battalion,' 124th
home of Mrs. J. L. Frazee. Project No. 884, Road No.3,
_ -,- -: Skinner, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. L. Duval county to Trout creek, layIng church Wednesday Thursday and ei', Fred were visiting In this section Infantry, was announced here yes-

kIi'' 1, tie I1IRT1IDAY PARTY 11 Chancey, Tom Whltaker Miss concrete Capital Concrete Friday,0q4. 15, 16, and 17. Sunday afternoon.We terdy.

Alice Whltaker, Mrs. Leila Mc- Company Jacksonville Rev. R.. E, ..Blanchard,; preachesthe are sorry to report that little The announcement came in Special -

4 44' CUO _ Mrs. W. A.'Stern gave a partat)' I Geachy-and Mrs.' 1H. P. Bas Jr. 64. The' apparent low tit$29,685.-!! for the association sermon Wednes- Harrell Bloodsworth is on the Orders No. 222 from Brig.

her home Monday afternoon for Mrs.\ R. E. Chancey win give binder asphalt in this project was day at 11' a, m'. 'and there will"also sick list with pneumonia. We all General VIYlen'Collins of St.,'Augustine -

fl her daughter. Louise in celebration a bridge luncheon at her home, 69 'not according to advertisementbut be sermon, on Thursday and Fri- hope he will soon recover. Florida adjutant genera!.

;'f (tI) ______________ of her sixth birthday anniversary. Albemarle avenue, Davis Islands 'was the Kentucky Rock Asphalt day, mornings by speakers to be The Vanderbilt boys met the Major Safay, who has been the
r- In C________ .- today at 11 a. m. for Mrs. Johns. Louisville selected. The'usual| reports will New River boys on their court and ranking captain of the F, N. 0.

_'vit, lite (I ". A yellow and white color scheme Four tables will be In play.-Tam Low on approximatelY, Ky., i be presented and; discussed., State played a game of basketball, the for more than two years, will take

pa Tribune, Oct. 4th. representatives score being 5-4 in favor.of Vanderbilt the
was chosen for decorations for this .... _ 2,949 tons of surface asphalt was be present. place of Maj. Julian L. Peek
eSr "V I jolly party quantities of golden n. apparently the Macasphalt Company Let every church send -messengersand The game was a close of Starke, resigned, the announcement

rod being used tee cream and MRS. CHANCKY GIVES:/ of Florida, Lakeland, $31- contributions. one. stated.

h ap_ ___ ___ cake were served and each guest RRIDO .LVNeHOY: 170.93. Rev. J. Li; Norris, Moderator. S In private life Major Safay lathe

'r'V _ was presented a candy favor FOR STARKE VISITOR Project No. 714 Road No. 28 POSTOFFICE. RECEIPTS Jacksonville district sanitary
IM _ _
The guests were: Ida Lulu Davis. Union county approximately 21- MRS. Al).\ JOSEPHINE SHOW INCREASE omcer for the Florida State Boardof

_ Dobby Biggs Jacqueline Andrews Mrs. R. E. L. Chancey gave a 600 gallons of T-C-1 prime, the ANDKRS; PASSES AWAY Health and he gained national

? T01. Buddy Andrews Freddie bridge-luncheon at her home, 59 Barrett Company, Fairfield, Ala., --.-- Postal receipts for the local of- recognition for his sanitary efforts -

"Wlmberly Caroline Green, Enos Albemarle avenue Davis Islands the American Tar Products Company Mrs. Ada Josephine Anders who lice during September totaled : In the hurricane areas par-

? .: Hayes Leonard Peek George yesterday for Mrs. Markley Johns Philadelphia $2,937.60. Approximately has been critically 111 with a strokeof $109.83 over tho preceding month ticularly following the 1928 storm,

Flynn, Jr., Francis Lee Peek, Dor- of Starke who.with her husband, : 54,000 gallons oil as- paralysis for a period of five according to Information furnished when so> many persons were

_ othy White, Carol White,. Olin Senator Johns Is 'spending the I phalt, Pan-Am Petroleum >Transport years, died September 29th, 1930, by Postmaster Young and drowned when Lake Okeochobee .

b.irore* P' White, Jr., Doria, Kruse.: I.o'lCUa week-end in Tampa as guests of Corporation Atlanta, 12899.90. ,- at the home ofher daughter, Mrs. $13.65 more than September of overflowed. He ranks high In his ..

Corpenlng, Gardenia Hutto and Senator and Mrs.\ Pat Whltaker.. Approximately 2,702 tons C. B. Strickland with whom she last year. The figures given were sanitation work his territory In

It Margaret Lbwry. Mrs. Chancey chose a yellow color of slag, crushed: gravel or crushed had been staying. $539.32 for September, 1930. and this area including St. Johns

". motif for details of her party rock for surface treatment, Flor- From the tlin.e'of her stroke un- $525.67 for the same month of county, where during the last sum- _

ord.s Jlltll)(a: P.IUTY emphasized by ,the use of yellow ida Crushed, Stone Company, til death., she \Imd, never been able last yrnr; Total postal receiptsfor mer he staged a malaria and hookworm

.s \ uhIt rosebuds arranged with fern about Ocala, $8,241.10. to walk. When,, well Mrs. Anders August were $429.49. control campaign In the rural //. E. LAGEKGKEX

A bridge party was given by the rooma where tables were arranged -I was an active worker, always will- I sections screening and other-

:Mi'. and Mrs. J. C. Robinson for the games. ing to do most anything. CARD OF TILNKS'We

:, Thursday evening at their home to Prizes wore awarded to winners added 'to the charm of the rooms Mrs. Andreds Wee born October Surveying, Leveling,,

_ members of'their club. or high second high and low Mrs W. B. Parka circle leader, 28! 1860 in South Carolina, residing wish to express our sincere 666

Radiance roses and( other cut scores and to the guest lucky on presided over the business of the there for a number of years appreciation for the sympathy extended Mapping, Ornamenta\\

flowers wero arranged in the party the cut. Mrs. Johns also receiveda meeting and later Mrs. R. A. before coming to Florida, where us during the illness and Relieve.* Headache or Neuralgia Inn
gift from the hostess: After Weeks conducted she. death of our mother Mrs. Ada minutes. rlieefca. a Cold the flr.4 Garden Dcsiffns
rooms, where three tables were in the the lesson study spent the remainder of her Josephine lay, and ..h.....
play High prizes were awarded games a course luncheon was serv from the fourth chapter of the life. Anders and also to ti..,... Mplarla In threeCOO

Mrs. II, C. Wall and Mr\ W. M.Walnwrlght. ed. Ouost attended the FlorlUa- book betUg\ studied/ the subject being Those surviving are three chil I thank our many friends for the also In Tablets StarkeJFIa.l
North Carolina State "The I beautiful floral offerings given. '- -- .
football Irresistible
Power Within dren: Mrs. C, B. Strickland. of
g. At the close of the the game. Our Reach." Starke i Mrs.\ C. B. Strickland, Mrs. N. ...
;, a.'v" evening ; Mrs. N. J. Strickland ot J. -.-.... -.-."" -.- ... .
Quests Mrs.\ The Strickland. Mr. O. J. Anders. -- - - ---
hostess served the. following were Leila Mc- hostesses, assisted by Mrs. Tampa and Mr. O. J. Anders, of

,, 11.0 guests refreshments: Mr.\ and Mrs. Geachy. Mrs.\ Carl Carlisle, Mrs. J. H Rltch, served dainty refresh Lawtey besides a host of grand- *

,. or H. C. Wall. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Whltaker Mrs. Richard D. Mor ments. There were seventeen children. Clearwater Closed bonk of

) om ''Knight Senator and Mrs. E. M.Johlls. ales Mrs. Rex. Meighen, Mrs. W. members present and the circle i Interment was In the'family lot Clearwater to reopen LOOK FOR THEIMPRINT

2', pII ,' Judge and Mrs..A. Z., Ad- Marlon Hen dry, Mrs. L. L. Parks was pleased to have aa''a visitor, In Santa Fe cemetery Arrangements -

kina and Mr. and Mrs. W. M.\ Mrs S. A. Smith, Mrs. W. B. Bears, Mrs. B. J. Farmer of St. Peters were In: charge of the De- .

_____ h dtI Walnwrlght. Mrs. M.\ Moran Mrs. J. S. Franco, burg-/ e..Wltt, t. C.."JQQls;) : o.mpany. e wiNTU.L' > > -
', .fo Mrs. W. J. Skinner Mrs. Phelps ? 'I "

__ ___, 'tl'1, f. TWENTIETH CENTURY Hollywood, Mrs. Otts Long and FIRST MEETING: OF Contract lit by state road department fORMS T....a-jAPM. PR ct.. aTA-mc ,3J

_ ,. Nor _______ ,cLUB ENTERTAINEDMr. :: : Mrs. Harry Warner Jr. WOMAN'S CLUB for construction of Ocean . ...

, 0*ri Mrs. H. P. dais, Jr.. and Mrs. i Boulevar'd' "'between'! Lake Worth ,

_ and Mrs. F. F. Stump were H. O. Warner Joined the playersfor The Woman's Club of Stark casino: anda.p.tana.. ON ALL CIRCULAR ADVERTISING MATTER

tj ,, ad' host and hostess.. Friday eveningat luncheon.-Tampa Tribune, held Ita opening meeting of the _

tie their home to members of the Oct. 5th. season Wednesday' afternoon in t DISTRIBUTED_ IN BRADFORD COUNTY

______t l ro Twentieth Century Club. . the clubhouse with Mrs.\ L. A. Davis ILL YUEM' TODAY ('s 9 "(it (I I'J

A profusion of bright autumn I CIRCLES ENTERTAIN: the new president, In the .

_ _., ; : ; !flowers were used la decorating JIONDAY AFTERNOON ._ chair. . d..riz. ,, 'The imprint is the name of the firm by which

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: '. "11011 the home for this delightful party. --.. After the club collect and flag the printing.was done. It usually in small'
'tr' appears
Mrs D. E. Knight was hostessto salute the club Suwannee .
Following several games of progressive song
_ ..; print in an inconspicuous
'R bridge first prizes were the Harriet Peek Circle of the River, was sung. Following the -; place on circulars.

_ y 'l awarded Mrs. Sternberg and Mr. Woman's Missionary Society: of the reading of minutes of the executive Stearns' Electric Pastel I The

., ..*itt It t I Ith. Bea.ley.'while' consolation want to : Methodist\ church. Monday, afternoon , board meeting, the president imprint of the Telegraph Press shows that

_ _ Mrs. J. F. Frazee and, Mr.. Mon. : at her home on North Walnut -i gave a splendid address on Cooperation aUARANTCJCO TO KIU.; the circular to,which attached was done in Brad

t.. Un 0 tleth. street. Pink radiance rOles'' Cockroaches, Wtrbugs. Rats 1PII.DUPYour ford county and that the profit as well as wage-
ri _ Late In the evening a salad and ferns added to the beauty of Mrs. D.. A. Montleth and Miss Mile and Land Crbe.MIMom ,
.-. U course was served the player who the large living room where- the Florence Wood were received as .! ..,.... ..... ...* II....... represented, goes Into local channels? of circulation -
guests assembled new members and the hi. ._' 55..__' and helps the county.
were: Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Mon- department .. BUJinefI
Id Kv b
nr r*
tleth Col and Mrs. J.. L, Frame, Twenty-two circle members met chairmen told of their plans for S .1 I'I "vn fte- tt 000CsS II. .

., 4 g Mr. and Mrs. St rnberL Dr. and at this time and two new memo the year' work. Attractive ;yearbooks MONEY IL\CIC.F IT FAILS" 'Telrrr1'aph; Pr,'... Starke. Pia.R1PIO r Printing done elsewhere-that which carrie, ,

4 Pt Mr. E. L. Biggs Mr. .nd'Mre.,. J. bers were welcomed namely! Mrs. were presented 'to each other imprints or, no imprints-takes money away

i' W. Andrews, Jr.. Dr. and Mrs. B. Thomas B. Massle and Mrs. WU- member upon payment of ',her. from Bradford county.

i; : 9. Carroll Mrs; J: B.. .Corpenlng mer Holtsendorf. A short business .dues.

It ) and Mr. O. .L. Beasley. meeting was conducted by the ;' An address of. welcome to'the ; REPAIRING' I 'Look for the imprint and let those'.who solicit

'.tv 'i i circle leader Mrs..E. K. Ferryman: Bradford county teachers was ,
MISS' SOPHIE McKKWNIIOHTE8S after which Mrs. James T. Guy given by the president, and Mr. your patronage know that you favor those who get
: AT BRIDGE ably discussed the lesson from B. K,. Ferryman chairman of '\. ALL MAKES their printing done at home

'PARTY FOR" SISTER Spiritual Adventuring. school committee announced the "

Mrs, Knight was assisted'ru following: program:, : I $nuth Service, StationS

MUa.Sophle; McKewn entertained .e"lne'UCht refreshments by Mrs. Piano selection-Mrs.. E. )t. Da " : '
at bridge Friday evening at her H. V. Knight and Mrs. N. T. Rltch. vis. I i BRADFORD" COUNTY

home, 301 West Lambrlght street Mr. Hamilton Bitch and Mrs. Re.dine-J.ln L. G. Powell. Authorized. Dealer'Westinghouse -

for her sieer. Mrs. Evans Crary: L. D. Green were hostesses to the Vocal trio-Mrs. D. E. Knight.. - 0< :TELEGRAPH

: of Starke. who is visiting her Noble White Circle. at the home Mrs. R. J, Davis and Miss Ethel Radios

r mother Mr : 'W; T. McKewn. of the, former A pleasing' arrangement . Qrlffln./

_ 4 Garden STARKE,.,FLA.I .
flowers 'decorated the of autumn flowers Protessor S. S. Cowling' gave at



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5ZS75S-S251ZSeS _55-525e-Z5-S2SaS. ,_. _iii and Mtalll. C. Wall l attended ,, New a SchedulesC i nUSINM9'-rr-I"MEETiNG'OF. . .' I 15O.OOO-OAULOXS-OP' -, .... ..\..rett4.A. :llcllae'q! r--r-P7oid;

I ; she"FlorldaNprtb) ,Carolina: dill BAPTIST CHUIICII 1?. .CKEAM .uu pfl'OJU ; Jew&IU'J palr..ehop" and store l. ',
State football game in Tampa.Sat . room In"SchloBsfcorr"Aredte.t .

Sits, of. urday. . CutsAjay, ; On Wednesday evening Oct; Approxlwatey ,1(0,000 jaU u i i''tf-; M, Thomas. open* ; / m.. ;Y

let; the local Baptist church held of cream were Imported Into FlorrIda Dar street Market l In 'A. O. Smith'''
Mrs..O. L. Beasley Mrs. T. B. From.Florida Its Associational business meeting during the past 13 month; ac state:, '
Massle, Mrs, T. J. .Alderman, and u. jt with attendance of cording the milk In.pecUol1.41. Grocery. '
SNew and social an
Miss Arcadia: .-.-)< Drus,Store ._- ; u
;Mabel .Weller .
1. IDcalNConcernn spent' Tuesday. ne.lyone hundred. Report for vision of the'state department. of 1.'- ... 1
In Jacksonville i freight'fcheaulea. from agriculture. larged quarter.. a
the. year's work were presented by f
Washington fd
Florida to and Cincinnati In Tarpon Springs -- Th.-Tarpa. h
officers of the different!: depart making its report, the department i'
anel"pro.e. Mr. O. A. Mitchell has returned wh'lchwlU cut a' full day Springs Steam Laundry opened ..
Oar'Poopfi'Buainera ; mentsr The financial report was urged.Florida farmers to, pay ,
of th County and Town. D from Johns Hopkins hospital, In from the tlme- ormerly requiredtor given by the treasurer, J, F. Klck more attention to commercial North Safford avenue. j
.. C Baltimore Md.,where he has bead the trult. and vegetables sidewalk k,
liter showing' that $2,085 Dad ,advantages offered by the dairy Fort Myers New
C (confined foe .several months. and west In lb"lJlar'ot'wetIInnounced: ; : the eaat last been contributed for local expenses business in the etate. laid here. ;

-- SZSZSWETIIElt --...... .......... -- week and. $840 for missionary and benevolent r '
C Dr.. Austin Carey, Mrs Isabel by ,the Southern Railway
REPORT Mr. A. Z. Adklna. Hazel Adkins Brown and,Mrs. Jennie ,Lelth are system to be effective with train. objects. The Sunday r
school work,waa reported by'J. \M.Brownlee. .
-' andLol.. Adklns motored to expected home this week.,,after leaving' Jacksonville Sept. ao, and I

ending October T, Gainesville- Wednesday. afternoon. spending the summer In MlamL. to be operated dally. Under the I enrollment. secretary of one hundred showing and an As 'Will Rogers would say "All "f.,
stoW starke branch U. S..For. new fast schedules, perishable:
by Mr. W. C. Conner%of Miami Mr. and Mrs. M. freight loaded at down state Flor-I I'I twenty four officers and ten teachers
H. Lang, Mr
st"service. Mln Prectp. visiting his parents,'Mr.: and Mrs. and Mrs. R.: B. Alvarez and children -|''I Ida points one day will leave Jacksonville I members.The, and a Cradle Roll of. nineteen 1 know is what I see in the pa-
; Max: L. L. Conner. the Southern .
pale spent the week-end In Starke over the
I next day at 2''' 0\. for ,the' east Sunday school finances was
86 65 guests of their parents Mr. and p. and hither t.
t 1 79 57 Mrs J.M. Knight of Lake But- Mrs. L. V. Moore. and 2:30: p. m. for'the west, making reported by' H. L. Brownlee, show pers gather together

t 2 81 66 ,- ler, is visiting at the home of her the markets ,,|in Washingtonand lug that the school contributed. a
l 4 3 80 66 son, Col. D. E. Knight. Mrs Rosa Johnson and children, Cincinnati: 'th.' second morn- total of $215 for the year. and yon." 't e

t 5 79 60 Miss Lucille\ and Mr. and Mrs J. Ing out of Jacksonville la Baltimore The W. M. U. work was reportedby '

et. 6 83 67 Col. D. E. Knight was a professional J. Johnson of Miami, are visiting and Philadelphia the second Mrs. W. J. Epperson, showing '

.ct 83 81 visitor In DeLand and Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Conner this afternoon. In Ne> Ybrk the second total benevolent money raised by
7 rainfall.for week..OO' ,I" Bartow- on Friday and Saturday.. week. evening, and' I In' Chicago 'Pittsburgh ibis society and Its auxiliaries a* There' one thing you won't see In the papers and that ia s g }, ''S

[Total !- -. and Bultalbothe": ( third' morning : $.428. the Starke High School Football team In action. I went outlast +
plants. J. F. KlcldlUr.r ., State' Attorney and Mrs H.'V. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Eppersonhad Similar schedules will be The Union has forty-five active
Cabbage- -, Knight visited friends In Gaines- as their guests Sunday Mr. worked out fOI''rl' 'etroit. Clevelandand members out of a total member Friday and saw them beat Jasperand I want to tell yon
and Mrs. Bill Mundy visited ville Monday. and Mrs R. L. Epperson and children other point,. Thus cars leaving ship of seventy-four. There are folks I sure got my money' worth They play Live Oak this
Tuesday, ot Jacksonville and Mr. and Jacksonville Tuesday will arrive three circle, leaders, Mrs. J. M. x
ackllOnvl11e; i State's Attorney H. V. Knight Mrs. Dale Vanslckel of Gainesville. Washington at 3:15: a. 11.. Brownlee, Mrs.. L. 0. Powell, and Friday afternoon, and they tell me It .is going to be a hot ,5 A. i u

Sweezy left Monday spent Tuesday. In Macclenny, on Thursday. Baltimore and Philadelphia Mrs O. W. Alderman. Reportswere game. Even If you don't Understand the game it's easy to ag ,,
M?' F. legalbusiness.Mrs. Senator during the afternoon and also read from Miss Eunice
to New Jersey. and Mrs. B M. Johns catch on and In case don't understand '
jo buelness trip :you It I'll bo> there to ;
r a were guests of Mr.. and Mrs Pat New York at 9 p. m.; Thursday._In Perkins, secretary of the Y. W.'A. p

0 M Slstrun- W. II. Owen of Nashville, Whitaker In Tampa for the week. time for the night market Buffalo Miss Martha' brownlee, leader of explain: It,'to you. .
Mrs. :
lere Mi-! and Jacksonville Tuesday.. I IMrs. Tenn., Is visiting her daughter, end. While there they attended and Pittsburgh 6 a. m., Fri the Sunbeam Band and Mrs. Ep- That little cool spat we. >bad, last week should wake you ''
In Mrs. Lester Harper. the Florida-North Carolina State day. Similarly can for the west, person leader of the G. A.* Miss upe N prp

football game. leaving Jacksonville Tuesday afternoon .Eunice Canova Is In charge of the. to the fact that summer won't be here always, and when you a''
j Corpanlng and Patsy .
J.visited E. Hugh Monday.Mr. Miss Alice Fernandas-and John will reach Cincinnati at No...:& O. A.'*. go rummagln around looking up your last years* hat and suit
IrinsoQ Powell were In Jacksonville Thursday Billy Graham and Ben Stern- 9 a. m. Thursday: and Chicago 1 Tho clerk reported the total war +
business berg'attended the Florida-North a. m. Friday. ; Connections will membership ot the church at present and you decide that they might be! alright to wear around?\ every f

H. C. Wall was Monday.a Carolina State football game In also be made from Cincinnati for a* 228. day but you'll have to get anew one' for Sunday, come, In
lultor In Tallahassee Mrs T. J. Griffln and Miss Annie Tampa Saturday..While there they Detroit..Cleveland, and other pointsIn Rev, John Hall Jones, our Baptist IrV .
and see me. The new Fall Lids are here: $3. $4, $5. And ,
vis- Darby .were. shopping .In Jacksonville were guests of'Mr. and Mrs W. P. western territory. student secretary at the University -
Mr. and Mrs. N. Sternberg Tuesday. Randall. .' ---, ortr=- was present and gave a talking about clothes-International Tailor Made Clothes now 1,
led In Jacksonville Monday. +r1
splendid address about his work '
IiVLK OK ( start at U .60. See at the
"OXHTRrCTIOSIS you game.
Mrs. J. R. Boring hasreturnedto Friends will\ be glad to know among the five hundred Baptist
I Mi, and Mrs. R. F. Demorest her home In Waldo after several -,' that Dr. Earl Roberts of New York OF S'IIOOLM'AND--L..J I ROADS students attending the Universitythis r it

pent Thursday In Jacksonvlle. days visit here with relatives. City, after a four months poet Street paving and: road construction year. Special music and refreshments 0..,.. 110.1...,. STERNBERG'SMllOltft' :;: !:> ;a.0aTIIK ,J, \\.fr 7e1e;9"

graduate course, has been appointed and a pleasant time .., sum. *I.IH) .
Mr. and Mrs. 1* D. Vlnlng spent Mrs.. H. A. Mishop and Mrs. G. were the main items of Florida Uon't tub a ? '
surgeon of Lying-in hospital was enjoyed by all present.
alurday in Jacksonville. IC. Lewis motored to Jacksonville public works: contracts awarded ; ehnne. nr .n_ ,e.., .,. 99 .i.ikeowa
there. brand All .. '
a .ra.< v) 1s.; ,
during the past seven years, RELIABLE: STORE
Wednesday for the day. Tampa-American Can Co., let
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Tappen of I with school building standing second -
Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Hall and contract to Parklap Construction NEW DRESSES ARRIVE EVERY WEEKB 'Y'fi
,ake Wales are here on a visit. according to In 'S
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis will I findings a
baby, Sharon, were week-end Co., for repairs and remodelingwork
spend the week-end in Fernandina guests of her parents Mr, and Mrs'; survey on national construction on company' warehouse at 't, '
Mi1. Roy Edwards made a busl- with Mr. Davis' mother. made as the outgrowth of President ;, '
L. S. Hutto. They returned to Florida avenue and Water street.
\\st trip to Jacksonville Friday their home in Jacksonville Sunday Hoover's, conference on un- Madison Little Gem. golf STEAM PRESSING COMPANY N,

Mr. Joe Edwards and son. El- afternoon. employment which was completed course opened at old Vann placeon SUITS CLEANED PRESSED AND RESHAPEDJ. "s
j Full line fresh garden seeds bert spent the week-end in Jacksonville this week. highway. '

|nlon seta, rye and oat. seeds. J,I Miss Barbara Sylter of Jackson Florida was listed in a group Port Klchey-The Sass Hotel, Frank Thoman-Phone 52NIIVER A
1. Klckllter. of the states
ville, was the guest of Misses Edna Including also North formerly Manor Inn, opened. 7 an
Mrs. W. J. Epperson spent to- and Carrie Hutto for the week-end. Carolina South Carolina, Tennessee Boca Grande Gasparllla Inn t'
lire W. H. Struth and 1Ion, day in Gainesville with her daughter Miss Carrie Hutto returned home Alabama, Mississippi, Arkansas to be modernJaed.M .
errlll, spent Tuesday in Jack- and Louisiana' In which street
,' \Mrs Dale Vanslckel. with her Monday and spent the
mrille.f day. paving and road building amounted -

Mrs. Lucy Powell returned to $633,117,6'00; or nearly one- ITANT' ARYL $
fI f :1.436.276.000
d I Mrs. H. C,Wall'visited Jack C., where she spent the summer. High School will'attend the Cen- during the yi"re' from 1923 to )month-of 1 a .
1930 Inclusive.. 4 ,
ivllle Wednesday.Mra. -' tral Florida School l construction
Teachers' Aesocla-
Col. J. L. Frazee was a business Association In Gainesville Friday .contracts totaled $299,082000. ,- V brJdea-ondToaeA 4s sp +

Frank Colley is expected visitor In Sebring and Arcadia and Saturday, and there will be no which included private and Inroad but1SUPPOSE 1
this week after a month's Monday and Tuesday. classes In public educational buildings.The VM : before and '
fume today any..of the county probably never again will yiO11'
In Hendersonrille, N, C. schools. "." survey was begun in Julyof of this paper be given lb* J'
Beverly Parks of Atlanta, Ga, the year of 1929 at the suggestion : opportunity of tbii unheard of bargain t x r{ w
M Luck of Raiford, was attend. Is visiting her grandfather, Dr. Mr, and Mrs. Avery Powell of of the president, for the 1 I.f feel '''iKe' this. Either of there offer/ carry a variety of high clan f' w

|og to business matters in Starke W, B. Parks. Jacksonville, were In Starke Tuesday purpose of appraising public con- becau&eTnvnotABRIDE. publication*.-enough reading for be entire family i'i (
Wednesday, afternoon struction activities as a factor in for a whole year. This i i. a very limited offer/ 10 tend i
spending a short your order TODAY.
Dr. E. L. Smith and Dr. Scruggs while with friends. Mrs. Lucy stabilizing business. An Inter- q y, s

Mrs. C. A. Knight and Miss Lena of St. Augustine were 'guests otDr. Powell and Mrs. R. S. Powell returned pretative report and the survey NOR'VET-A BARGAIN K*. t (
lie Shepard were shopping In by ,the committee have just been Ill : + J.HPr
O. L. Haynes Sunday. home with them, after ......1.. Far...... I ,..,.
[Jacksonville Monday.Mrs. spending several days In Jackson- published and are being used as a .... TlnM Wwklr. ). 1 yar ALL SE1PEA..b. .-... 1 r
Mr. and !Mrs. E. L. Mlddleton yule guidance In further helping unem- RO.SE'i'l II.... Orel., 1 ,." FUR ONLY t J y#

'1... n, Dendon of Elgin, 111., and daughter of Jacksonville, were -- -- ployment In the several states. Ge.CI.Am.rle.n....Poultry... M...Journal../n., I car 1 7ur } r

tithe guest of Mr.- and"Mrs. John week-end guests of Dr. and Mrs. Mr and Mrs. Edward Wllmot, The bulk of construction, the Farm Journal, I rue. 8 r:: 'r'(rr '

W. 1;. Mlddleton. Mr. and Mrs.\ Virgil Lancaster and report shows, was that of roads AND Fur On THIS 1'..NEWSPAPER. $1 !-- "' '
and schools.\ Cool the
Miss Other contract items Keep at
I Owynne Wilmot of Jacksonville -
'glow.IT Elmo Struth after two week's i were guests of Ernest Wll for the period of 'seven years areas BAROAIM No. 1 ,;; ,
vacation with his parents, Mr. and : mot and family Thursday, Mr. follows: nnUgeu, $142,031- FLORIDAT .
A % Mrs. W. H. Struth, left Wednesdayfor and Mrs. Edward\: 000; water front development Bonti).rn' ftmlhit.... I r..r ... '
WORD ( Wllmot have Almhmmm TI.... Wookljr. >. 1 7 orood ALL, SEVF.... n' R
$97,401,000 hospitals
New York City. only recently moved to Florida ; and other <: Mtartoo ar
like institutions $77,453,000 public ; Clrclo: ":.rI'oaltrjr FOR ONLY
from Los Angeles ; A."r.n Joo....... 1 y.e, } ?$
COLUMNCANTED Mrs L. )!. DeSha of Wlldwood, buildings, $57,458.000; sewerage Homo of VitaplioneCAINESViLLE Firm A Plrmldo. 1 r..r NAND
is spending this week with her systems, $60,424,000; water THIf NEWSPAPER $1 t.85_
Papershell pecans, parents, Mr. and Mrs W. II. | Mr and Mrs. John Bentley and 1 supply $83,979,000. FLA. F.r 0.. Y.., '
any quantity. F. A. Scott It* two children of Tallahassee, were The report shows that at the

I'OR RENT:, 5-room cottage on Strulh. | Morgan visitors of Sunday Mr. and Last Mrs.returning,J. W. present time about ",1500,000,000Is Proaram Week_Oct._JO_.

Went Madison street. F, F. Air and !Mrs. W. J. Epperson, that afternoon. They were accompanied now being spent on public work. - J

[Flume. 10-3-tf. Jr., returned Friday to their homein home by Mrs. Hope Thomas throughout the United States, 'or TODAYTHE ,
Jacksonville after' spending a from 35 to 40 per cent of all construction

(FOR SALE-Horse, wagon and week here. and the baby Morgans, who for have the been past guestsof three each year.and the trend Is rising I LATHMILTON S;: YES-. 2:DITO1l. Bond Bargain No.. -__..:

Plow. Wm. \Mahler, Rt. 2, Box weeks. Mr. Bentley Is connectedwith SILLSIn Name .
32-A. its I Judgo and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins the Appleyard Press and lathe N
were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. son of the chairman of the MiliTANT MARYHome Town : y e : ?

WANTED 75/000( Missionary John Love Wilkes in Jacksonville state road department. i "THE SEA 'WOLF" r State K. F. D r p
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strawberry plants, delivered to Friday evening. r Briar or. man this. CMBOD la _.. af-a LearN. O W T ',t ,
.keeplngbearbore.boppittst. (Vm(* Lawtey. J, L, lUrrell, or J. R. XAMKH OF ISnl<;I'EXDENTS FOOTU/tMj PKATUItKTTHSATURDAY ....................... ,
Shuford 9-26-41 Mr. O. L. Beasley spent Sundayin . .N ;
HARRKI) FROM J.J.\LWT ---- -- -- -- -
"----.. Tampa, and was accompaniedhome A FEW POPULAR MAGAZINES.CLUBBED I rx
Y&'YeI! 1
BCLES FOR SALE-Fine pair by Mrs. Beasley who spent I'd'hotg

of mules well mated, work any- last week there with relatives.Rev. l Tampa, Fla. Oct. 7.-Attorney WITH THE TELEGRAPH '
where, In excellent condition.Can General Fred H. Davis, in an opinion fL ROAM ,'Walter Huston r s,,

be seen at J,.M. Brownlee L. G. Ray of Dlnsmore and that made names public of independent here today candidates held But*-what* about In The Bradford County Telegraph will be sent for one YUtr.
place' here this week visiting
9-19-41. Illlllard his parents was Mr. and Mrs.\ L. cannot be printed on the boroeheepingbeortiTHAT ': "THE BAD MAN"WITH I with any magazine ]listed below for the period named,.for the '
general election ballots. The each '+ 4
['OR SALE-1200.00 buys 20 C. Ray. price following publication.
opinion was announced by Sutton, COMEDY AND ACT
acres near Lawtey good soil ,
Till and Reeves, attorneys for .- - .-- ---- -- American ______ 1.00 ..
near good road. Look this over. Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Ray will return man HAVEN 40T'AHOME Boy ,_ alcCall' Magazine __._ y w{
Hlllsborough county; who held the Amer/can'Magazine .__._ 8.30
'FloYd where I'lother'.lIome Life I'hey'
Dunedin, & Ca
Ball, 15 Antoine St. S. W. today from Monday Tuesday ,
Grand Rapids Mich., 10-10-21 they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. same view they said. Life (For all 1101.)__ 2.30 yeah) _.._--:..._ .I.n f,4, ,
M. R. Tharin and other friends.Mr. Acceptance of the opinion by 4.FAaMrA .., CIIAS. FARRELL letter Home A Gardea --- 133 Alolloa Picture alasaallMl ..n $+
|ONE commissioners all over the state CbUcI Llle _...... _._. __ 8.30
PLAYER PIANO and one In noele" PrIKUIa . ..?.
Mrs. which Is virtually certain accord. Chllda Mac-I a (Every) . 2.M -- ---
tralght piano, ,both 'excellent and Mrs. B. F. Farmer Motion Pktare ___ ...,. I""
S. Matthews log to the law firm, means that Christian Herald _______ 2..0 Classic
condition guaranteed Griffin and Mrs E. "LILIOM"Breathtaking
Starke and over'near O. J. Wednesday in Jack- only Democratic and Republican Cosmopolitan .____. __ 8.30 OK Poultry Journal .__"_ .... / ; $ ,
balance, can be taken. for spent nominees selected ia the June primaries Wall Paper Sale Romances of the 'Delineator _____ __ ..00 Pathfinder _____ 3 M I

rent' on contract; terms. like sonville. may have their names French '.Etude (For Mule Loye. 2.91S PJctorfai Review __,.__ '} v,.

Jwkgonvllle.Write Edwards'Piano' Co.. ,"Mr. W. B. Mundy left printed on the ballot. It does PRICES SLASIlEDt I IA Faros Live Stock Record lea Popular Science Monthly L*$ '
0 2t. I and Mrs. .,
10-1 from '>..-- F'or'ess Stream __._ :ll.1'1S .
afternoon for West not prevent voters writing WEDNESDAYRichard _' Poultry Trlbu.. _. __ 1.73
*" Wednesday Mundy has la. the names of their favorites, Close Out, a&tf';;.Bankrupt Good housekeeping .__ 8.30 Review 01 Reviews __..... .... ,.
APARTMENT on ground floor, Palm,Beach, where. Mr. however It waa announced. Arlen.Fay' HomFriend'a.. ..eo Secee.frFarming ca : p.. ' y,

"minting rOOms! of four desirable employment. Davis held that anyone who par. ... .Stocks .;; -- Household Gt ((2 ,.....) '.1'1S ,...-.) ...________... I.ts tl' ,"[
can be rented at Walnut electionsby {Wray Iiunter-Truder.Trappee' $00 $aturday Post ti's
and Frank D. Up- tlclpated In the primary ? Evening y5M 'w
N 10th street. No objection Col. and Mrs registering as a voter was 'We"t. Them In"TJIESEAGOD" lU..fraC.ecl )1 baaIetI (em Wo....'. Farm Journal (.

large children; Mrs. Osborn. church and children of Mr.St.and Angustine Mr. pledged to support his party's to WJSO 1- IPapers sal lOe 18c. years) _- ,,__. .___ ..1'3 J'e....) __ __ ____._. 'I.Ta t 'l'
-l0-U- of ,
-- were guests choice and cannot run as an Independent Junior home _..___ . 8.00 Wom.aa's Home Co....,... fab :Y
WANTED L. A. Davis Sunday. as there Is no ..lIchpartJ' SSc roll. Paper to 4Oc, 6e roll Literary DIceet', __. _____ G.40 Wo..... World ___ 1.a' ,

"'<*ks twelve TO BUY-PIne inches and Veneer In Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Jordan and In the state. Sold! with matched Border only Coming Thursday L.din Home Jouraaa ___ 1M Your Hose ,..,._. .. .-r..;. .A. ;

diameter' fifty-eight up Mra. f. E. Jordan of Wrlghtsvllle The county commissioners had *. Note--Il two magazines are wanted :wlthta year's sob' ; wA

mast be straight:'grain'lnebe.longs;free of Ga.;.were guests pf Miss FearJJOl'd'&n asked the the legality attorneys of for race an opinion being Metropolitan Wall ""MONTE CARLO"With ealptlon'J .Telegraph. deduct $1.50 from the price glTaa '
'lot pries*. If Intere.ted'adaee'best the-first of'the week; promised by several men In this Store for the two;; If three magazineS are wanted deduct $ _

of:* Seaboard''loaded at stations Route Miss Pearl" Jordan attended the county as Independent Democratic candidatesn nominee Paper MaiD ," Jeannelte MacDonald prleeldn, 'ThuS; The American:Boy: and American '.Map.zln8 I 4 {+
to 303 Street
C'* Company, Inc. Bartow, state meeting of the home demonstration opposition are $6.50. with, the Telegraphoneyelir lth".eae"'Y" _
[ 'Involved
with being .
charged -
ke Gainesville this Jacksonville Florid REGULAR PRICE: 'O. Oc.r101 l lC lyc
JfLa. 31.-0arfltW)' J"1- 10-3-6t- agents In in election frauds here. can secure the three for one year each for SS.OO, (

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October, 1030' Services Sunday October 12, as _
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s- : ; Provoking and ExhortingLitus follows: $'.' .,, '...'o< ? ''" '

(l.1',;''I,', consider one another to provoke 10 a' m. Sunday school J. M. ___J /4.1.., ..;"ft", '- .'' :T: ....'"' .<: .. ."' ,'jO1" r ".',. .L
,' unto love and to good works; Not Truby IUpt. '" '" ,.- .
forsaking the assembling of our- 11 a. m. Morning worship sermon ...___", .' .. to> ( '.,.,'. > .,.. ......, '
f Tk wof u a amp unto my fed, as a in t auto mJ path.-Pfaln 119105. selves together. aa the manner of by the pastor. < .hI* .' ', ..
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\ ,,' doctrine some Is: but exhorting one another 6:30: p, m. Christian Endeavor : 1. \.,; h!'. .'i. .. '' '.
All religious teaching, ori2 vn ) )!'t<. '
f, i I1C 4.4 hl4' Wr ix,4J: rreedif they are to have any dam : and so much the more all ye Topic "Marks of a Good Citizen ":: ,<)ft' : .,. """ . ..
and devotion of the be in with Beo the day approaching Heb. Leader, Mills Beatrice Bullen. We W:;! 1-r 1 k \ ;t" '.
l 9pon the love,toqalts people must harmony ; 1 ..J..1F ,.; 1.IM .. ; ;. . ,,' .' v .
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the teachings of Jeeue the Cbriet whose word. fit Into every fold and crevice' 10:34: 26. had a record attendance last Sun- ." ;; ....... ... ... ,.;...r.f.;::: .'. I' . '
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d the human heart and of whom it said in John 7:48 "NEVER MAN led "': ..
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Make wise day evening and a fine meeting ] .. .
Lord as .. :
Prayer: us. "" .
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SPAKE LIKE TIIIS MAN' by Miss Dorothy Lamb. Let U.1 '" ...-." "-'" --. -. .. .,, ,,,,', ...-.- ,,,,. ,or. ,.- ..
and harmless doves. ... ... ; ,
serpents as ,,,... -_ ''t- \:: : " ."....,..'w....>..'
WEEKLY: : Inn: lonTTB:: ; clple, Nathanael and the lesson October 11, 10110: keep the ball rolling. fellow En- _ ...,r--..,,, .......-.I'...,.. ""' ."...'."...'Ii'" l"i". "" : .-,,;,.,,-,, >co,' -'
"'" .w. ,, (! ''' '' ", """
continues with the Bret verses of Faith and the Unseen-Now deavorers, r--: ;

M Mf .\blIIII"'ln ChrIHt' Love Chap, 2. "And the third day there faith Is the substance of things 4:30: p. m. Evening worship, _
John 16:9:10, 12, 13.14, Jes1IS hoped for, the evidence of thIngs song and sermon
Cana of
.- said: As the Father hath loved was a not seen.-lIeb. 11: I, Prayer meeting Wednesday at

I'' me, so have I loved you: continue lee: and the mother of Jesus was Prayer: "Rock of ages cleft for 7:30: p. m. I

f 79 111 nlY ,,1ve, 10. It you keep my there: And both Jesus was called, me let me hide myself In Thee" The Woman's Auxiliary will I

r commandments ye shall abide In and his dlscplles and the mother October 12, 1030 meet Tuesday evening October 14 ,

my love, even as I have kept my I Faith and Understandlng- with Mrs:, E. M, Davis The Missionary -
of Jesus lalth unto him They '
d 1a1 I Fatber'a commandments and "Through faith we understand that program will be In charge

r the abide In his love 12. This la my have no wine. Jesus salth unto the worlds were framed by the of Mrs, R, S. Fernandez, the topic
s f i bel' Woman, what have I to do for study being "India" Dr,
? fees d commandment That ye love one word cf God so that things which
L" heaR; another aa I have loved you. 13.CreateI' with thee Mine hour II not yet are seen were not mode of thing I i Lowry will give a talk on present

d16 love bath no mAn thank come. Ills mother lIalth unto the which do appear.-lIeb. 113: ,, social political and religions In

f' tble. that a man lay down his life servants Whatsoever. he lalth unto Prayer: Lord I am helpless, but India .. '

tabs '01". his friends. 14, Ye 'are my you, do it, I. look to Thee for grace. A- cordial .invitation to all our

o x 'rlends, If ye do whatsoever' I several October 13. 1030 services!", extended all,

ly" is command you. Faith and Works-By faith Abel .
.. Prayer: Hold thou me up and I thought to have been unfermented offered unto God a more excellent YOUNG PEOPLE GIVE I'LAY ; r _
ot the and
I 4hall be safe. or fresh Juice grape sacrifice than Cain by which _
was used as we use milk or other I
}4 he obtained witness that he was The play "Broken China" given _
at meals The wine
nrw 'kk drink, cave righteous God testifying of his at'the Woman' Wednesday
I club
out. which fact was told to Jesus
I gifts: and by It be being dead yet xE41PAgcc
_ 1 I that t i SUNDAY SCHOOL by his mother. Just why she told evening of last week proved a
Bpeaketh.-lIeb. 11:4: F
the n great Without exception
him do not Then followed success. ,
LESSON we know ...... -
',1a !;' Prayer: "Ah grace Into unlikIlest I
his strange answer, "Wom- the young people taking part acquitted -

I an. what have I to do with thee I come.hearts" It II Thy boast to themselves splendidly and ..- !dAPI4,., /.COM.O- ell AalCod/B.. e CA'T.c.c'Muei....... 1iiI'.fI."BIMSoa I

Mine hour Is not yet come." The one would scarcely have suspected ,
FOlt O(:TOBDR 12, 1030 word "Woman" showed respect. I. October J., 1030 I that he was witnessing a play by When the new Emprea of Jepan a 1 Oapt. Robinson for goal work bas the largest sad Eaeteat ship OG to.
The Translation br Faith-By'' evlden 96,000:) ton ship gross register, r.rrtved1D been promoted from the Impreas of Pactao but she II one of tbs
r It that .
amateurs non
. Christ addressed Ills mother.' when faith Enoch was translated that :.Ii % Vancouver reeentl, having broken Australia to Ole Impress of Canada beautiful 8h1pt1, a ..lL Bar
:,} Subject: Mary the mother of he was being cruclfted. Starke hal some budding thea- the eut- owld record from Yokohama and then to the Empress of Japan, tonnagei Sa 211,000 tons, her beam iII'OII.
yVu. P Jeeue. In some way Mary must have he should not lee death; and was trical talent Worth,. of special to; the quarantine station lIeU no- beaus lie extricated the EmPrMe of tat and her length Is 868 feet is Tar' It

Golden Text: "But Mary kept known that Jesus had lupernatur. not found because God had trans- mention was the' playing of Miss torte B. 0.. ahe wan acclaimed bl Australia from a very d1IIcUlt peat.tion previous record ....-bound &cro8I &lit

all these thinge and pondered al to supply the wine Some lated him: for before his translation Lucille Mitchell Elizabeth Kendrick thousands of people who had turned saving 2.000 of the crew and. Pacific was a days. 10 hours U4 ea
them In her heart" Luke 2119.: think power this not have been Ills he had this testimony; that he Estelle Kendrick Grace Due 1D car and afoot to; render tbett p.eaengere and 1,000 refugees. when minutes made by. the Empreee III0aDacIa.
may homage te Capt. Samuel Robinson there situation .
was a
needing a greet ne
pleased Jod.-lIeb... 11:5.: Impress of Japan
Lesson Text Luke 2:16.19 wllIt
: : : first miracle yet John 2:11: says Wood MargeryStump, Margaret O. B. Z. R. N., a.. the hero of the captain WIth proper initiative and a DeW engines did Ute east-bound
' John 2:1-6.: 19:215-27.: "This beginning of miracles did Prayer,.' : "Oood Lord remember Lowry, Edna Bt'fllbury.! Dorothy ,Yokohama earthquake sad h1s wonderful gnat ship both of which were celled 1D a days. e hours aDd 21 mtnuteand trip
For many years the Jews had Jesus In Cana of Oalllee." There me Lamb, Jean Davl) .bad S. R. Johns Canadian I'IIcl4o liner which upon and responded 100". IDD8Oeorp 1t Is not at au impossible that when
expected the coming of the 1\fel- was also a "Cana" In Judea. October III, 1030 Jr; and A:; .I E.!: Walt. Jr Wesley bad cut 4 boon and 211 minutes from V. recopIJIe4: his merlte aDd her machinery has been worked out
slab .. the Christ. said to the servants Pleasing God But without Stearns and' Frank Mitchell made tile retard prevloua1l held bl the Impreu deoorated him ID New York harbor to concert pitch, she mal be able to
Mary ,
1m Luke In chapter two tells of faith It Is Impossible to please quite a hit a8 oriental sedan chair ot Canada for more then seven through the British Consul Cenerl.The .II do even better MMaUm. sbe fIomaIDII
"Whatsoever he salth unto
,Joseph and Mary going from you him: for he that cometh to God bearen. The 'pla JUlI. mpre.s of Japan II not only the Queen of the Pactaa
do Probably no always
person _.
Naaareth to Bethlehem to be tax.e4. I obeys this command but It never must he believe that he is. and that I very Impressive 'and gave one a I I or not the law permitted- him to: cerned.- The attorney general FREI'ARING FOR-STRAWllF.ltRY :
bQCalllle each Jew was required to disobey plain command Is a rewarder of them that diligently fine Idea of life In the orient The SEASON
pays seek legally extend the time for securIng simply answers legal questions
Romans the blm.-Ueb. 116.;
the to
by register
of God or Christ It Is not our play was given under the auspices '
la city: nf his 8ncestors" Joseph and Prayer: "Yes I believe: Lord ot the Presbyterian church and automobile tags after Decem- and has no alternative except to -
? bUIInes8! to but to obey Plant
argue City Fla.. Oct 3. -Preparations -
S Mar)' were dell endelits of David, The lesson now passes to the Thou canst give my soul relief. I was preceded by a get together her 31st. or this year, and this Of-: answer them In accordance with

who was reared In and near Betblohem. scene of the crucifixion\ when JesI October 10. 1030 supper served by the ladles of flee advised him as the law required the law as It Is written not along for the coming strawberry

While they were there I us wall hanging on the cross and The Great Race-Seelne we are the Woman's Auxiliary.Attorney the attorney general to dol the lines of his personal views season are being pushed rapidly
compassed about with so great a I and another week two
shopbard that there Is no such authority or should
Ills friends and relatives were near I with regard to tbem. After we
near by and announced the him. "When Jesus therefore saw cloud of witnesses let us lay aside I given by the statute but that there give an answer it Is then up to see the major portion of the

birth of Jesus and sane praises to His mother and the disciple standing every weight and the sin which General Is as much authority for making I the officer Involved to do what he plants for the coming crop let.
doth so easily beset us, and let us Rains last week while
Cod the extension In the future all curtalllDK
by whom be loved He salth will do on his own responsibility
Then the lesson starts with run with patience the race that Is there has been In the past activities In the lowlands, lent
unto His mother Woman, behold Takes Good Stand In carrying out the law as It Is
Luke 216.: "And It' came to pass, thy son! Then salth he to the dis- set before us. looking unto Jesus I ly. a departmental practice name-I written or deviating from It. growers whose plants and ground
f ,rlkve4q the from the author and finisher of our were ready Into the fields to
as angels were gone away Invoking -enforcement Bel
I ciple, Behold thy mother! And On Licenses .It Is entirely up to the motor
l them Into heaven, the shepherds from that hour that disciple took faith, who for the joy that was set Tag law promptly on the'day the law, vehicle department as to whether out plants. Drier weather this
said to allother. Let before him endured the cross despising week enabled others to tb
qrgc one us now gO takes effect put
tie her unto his own home, The the law will be enforced promptly
{bk a1f bwQy i, even unto Bethlehem, and see this phrase "disciple whom he loved" the same and Is set down (Marianna Floridan) "Under the circumstances you 011 January first or not and If It final touches\ on their landa. While

Mf r"s CenoIn thing which I" come to pan, which refers to the apostle John at the right hand ot the throne of Several F1ov. ida newspaper In.cludlng' can readily see that Insofar as rendering 18 enforced promptly OB that date thee_.actual\ ,acreage and crop will

kk the Lord hath made known unto whose modesty prevents him \using Ood.-lIeb, 12:1. the Marianne Floridan a legal opinion Is concerned In accordance with the:announcement depend upon weather condition

UII." his own name John does not mention Prayer: "Lord I believe; Thy published an Interview with Tag this office/ can do nothing except which bas been made to the largely the general opinion Is that

Ie Is said these shepherds kept his name In this gospel and power" I own. Thy word I would Commissioner Walter McLin, quotIng point out the law as It Is written public. I want the public ,,to understand the coming season will see sn to

C.u the sheep which were offered as I do not recall that his name appears obey. the latter gentleman to the et- when we are expressly asked that the attorney general crease.of from 211 to 30 per cent

i ate dlolg't o aacrl4ces 111 the temple at Jeru- In either of his letters: but feet that he had been advised by i for an opinion on a subject has nothing whatsoever to do with Over that of last year

1 aalem. "And they came In baste, It does appears several times In Attorney General Fred Davis that "At the lame time my personal putting Into effect this new rule

and found Mary and Joseph and the Revelation where also the first BAPTIST no time extension could be permitted feeling about the matter is that but that the putting into effect ot

the babe" Then the shepherds personal pronoun III repeatedly as to payment: of auto tag -' the omclal opinion of the attorney such a rule! ja the responsibility HEADACHE
44, madeknown, what the angela had used to John. general should be disregarded and
ft $p represent and act of the oll1cer charged with
the told them and the people wonder.ed. Mary spoke on four occasions: Sunday school at 10 a. m. V. D. The attorney' general says that the same extensions granted In the the administration IIf the law ac- BEUEVED

qs,4, eadanav sale "but Mary kept these things." when the angel told her she was Wheeler, aupt. Keep up the good be has bad nothing whatever to future as have been granted In the cording to his own judgment In : QVlCKU'I1
,..., ,......tonquickly
Probably Mary did not understand to bs the mother of Christ (Luke attendance and offerings for the do with the ultimatum issued by paBt the light of the construction whIch corrects II

a the miracles and declara- 1:34.39)) : her lone of praise I orphanage children. Eight pres. Mr. McLlne "It the law III to be enforced It la required to bear digestive dll'.r

all Or lions of the angels concerning this (Luke 1:46-15&: ) : at the marriage enty. The attorney: general. in a let. promptly on January let I want It 'It Is perfectly satisfactory to a .

tea k: child; but. mother like she cher.Isbed feast, (John J:6): ) and when she I Worship at 11 a. m. and .7:30: ter to .the F1orldan. creditably to be understood that It Is done on the attorney general for the motor ......gns. and lick basdatbquickIF

everything that seemed fa- found Jesus ip. the temple dl8put- p. m. states his position aDd It II hoped the responsibility of the omcer vehicle commluloaer to walt until ......,.. Tennvb.Mgocesedit

Li, r to ,' worable to her Ion. Doubtless she lag with the wise men (Luke 148) :- Our attendance last Sunday was that the tag eommlllioner may who are charged with the enforcement July 18t of ned year tocolleot. '- viaa yuas .

'VnIfLore I felt that he was destined for some ). Mary II only one of the good ninety at morning lenlqe and flt- feel justified In acting as has been of the law and not by the or- 1131 tag licenses If he see fit to U., teelaSl

;f great work but could not lee how mothers mentioned In the Bible tyeigbt at the evening lenlco. the custom f. the pest In the der ot the attorney general, who II do so.- 9tpr.& A +
sea It n was to come about but aa 'the mother of Christ she B. Y. P. U.. at 6:30: P. m. letter the attorney general says: I In no wise concerned with'tbe administration All DnalRilIIe ... 7&e"' i'+ta
'i t V rdek The lesson now panes oVer the stands first In quiet,. modest, Mid-week service Wednesday at "Mr. MeLia asked this of the motor 'vehicle Okeechobee Roof 'to be repaired -.

a Or our, presentation Christian motherhood. 7:30: P. m. an oIDclal opinion ae to whether act Insofar al enforcing It la con- at county Jail, CAR'I'EIrS 11II
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+; %t 4 age.a visit. to the temple at 12 years of ""l'HE E MAIN THING ON MAIN STREET" By L J:. Van Win .II

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------ LATURIII or IHm STAT C>>T
Mr. L. Morgan and family of Sunday with Miss Pauline Rosier Johnnie Richard spent part of W. Dyal. JrI.oRJDAI 1 '

Brooker, have located In the Cheathem Peele of Starke wa. last week at Midway with rela- Mr. Lee Crawford and Mr. Warren LAKE BUTLER Section.That the 1 of following Article 9 amendment of the Constitution to- H *'

.... tives. Dennison were visiting In our of the State of Florida relating '; a
.. ",-- Haynes cottage near the school a visitor to Evergreen Red Kerce, Cor.
.1" "' Sunday section last Sunday. to bond b*, and the same bx d
building.Mr. R. S. Rosier and mother Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Gentry Stokes of :hereby agr.'d to and shall b* sejbmltted i dl ; >
Brookes were In our section: one to the electors. of the State et
VI.. } beadauestsf lssityFriday F. L. Oglesby of Wake For J. S. Rosier were visiting her sister day last week .A.TIII.'S BAI.B Attorney J, C. AdkIns of Gainesville the General Election of Itnpreaeata- '; M ;, fl{
i lives to be held In 130, for approvalor
eat, North Carolina spent the Mr. McPherson at Maxvtlle: was In Lake Butler Monday rejection. That said Section/ a

ratMeads KSiiiKrSjVl'I week-end with his family here. Thursday of last week. Mrs I. W. Dyal and daughter Notice Is .Ivan that under'and by An professional business. shall be amended so as to read ,a* .4 >* '
Miss Marlon Lee. of Graham spent virtue cf that certain final decree follows: ,
\\1and Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Kennard of Mrs J. S. Sapp and children the mart and entered on October. 6th. Mrs N. M. Harper of Johnstownwas Section .. The Legislature shallhave
week-end here.
Jackson * Alachua county visited Mrs. Kennard' spent Sunday: with her mother 1030 by Hon. A. Z. Adktne. Judge, In Lake Butler Monday onuslness. power to provide I fur Isoulaa; eState
t will begin at Mi, and Mrs Leo Dyal left for In that certain foreclosure eultpending bonds only for the purpose a* .
Re'flval servIces sister Mrs O. Haynes. Mrs. J. 8. Rosier.C. in the repelling Invasion or suppiesslng. Insurrection
. Baptist church next Sunday Mrs. R. M. Faver and children A. PrIngle and sons William\ Orlando where they will spend a Bradford; county Florida, In chancery Mr. Wilbur Alexander of Gainesville and the Counties, I>..- w
will be con- while. In whichAlfred I DeVoto Is complainant. frkmd In Lao: (riots or Municipalities of the State p
lornlng- Service of Haw- Miss Mary Blanche and Haynes and Waldo. B. E., and J. Q. Ros- Mr. and Mrs. :J. W. Lewis and and Arthur W. Tobey et was visiting of Florida shall have power tos- ',* --fflA

Rev. Moore Marshall were shopping In Starke ier were visitor to Donaldaonvllle, al., are defendant, the undersigned Butler Sunday. sue bonds only after the same snail. i>- &
iPclnev. No'rrla of Lacrosse.Kwlor daughter. Lula Mae and Mrs. S. will\ on Monday the 3rd day of November Mr. Alvin Kite who I. employedIn have bean approved by a majority of
and Rev. last Saturday. Ga., Tuesday of last week. Ray spent Thursday at Mid A. IX I9SO. durlria the legal the votes cast In an election.. !. 1 'fl
of Hampton Mr. J. I. Tucker Is spendingthis of offer for and sell Jacksonville spent the week. which a majority of the freeholders. S
j( Hicks and Rev. Lewis of week with friends and relatives way with Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Den tolithe highest bidder fort cash In end with hi. parents Mr. and Mrs who are qualified elector resldhsaj IfrMi"1''!
B. nlson. Mr Ray was accompaniedhome front of the South door of the courthouse In such Counties District or Municipalities -
In Macon Ga. In Starfce. Bradford county. J. B. Kite. shall participate to beheld .
"t'' League enjoyed a Sullivan ZIFF by his wife and little son Florida the following lands lying Mrs. J. B. Kite spent a few In the manner to be |>rftcrlbaa1by i a
Mrs. A. L. and -
The EPworth who had spent a few days there. In Bradford County Florida, to-wit! law) but the provisions of this s.
t Klngsley lake last Friday Mis. Hilda of Theressa. were Mis Opal ".wl.. ('0.. West half of Southwest quarter of day. this week In Jacksonvillewith Act shall not apply to the refunding; ;, -
a pleasant out'Hr Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Thomas and Northeast quarter of Section 33. relative of bond Issued exclusively. for tbo V" 1n,4'f"
report shopping here last Monday.EVERGREEN.
and Mr. and Mrs R. B. Thomas.and Township 7 South. Hanir II East, Messrs. W. T. and Norman theplntere.teth.rem oftsuchoCo.. or '11 v
Mr. Pervls Lewis and Mr. J. C. also North half of Northwest ouarter .- S 1,
daughter Hasel attended churchat '
of Northwest visitIng District .
Jackson- I and Southeast quarter Thomas-of Gainesville were ties or Municipalities.A i
I Charles Weeks Dennison of Jacksonville\ spent the Shady Grove Sunday.Mr. Quarter and fractional Township friends in Lake Butler Friday
f' the week-end with hIs week-end here with Mr. Lewis'parents quarter of Section 11. ""T-l
spent J. W. Lewis and son-in-law. IS Eat..xcept JOINT RESOLUTION Propo.lsg '
7 South. Banco ii.
L' Mrs. )Elsie Sparkman. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewln. Mr. W. S. Ray were attending to therefrom lot Thr. An Amendment to Article IX ef r jff
isle" Mr. V. A. Resler, c... E. K. ..JOIINS.Sp.'aI Mr T. II. Rimes of Worthington the Constitution of the Stale .'
Harrison, chairman of theliirferof Mr. Ward of Lake Butler was business In Starke Tuesday Master In Chancery.D. Springs was in Lake Butler Mon. Florida, Relative to Taxation anal y P '

Railway Conductors has attending to business In our section : Mrs. W. S. Ray and son, are IB. KNIGHT H. V. KNIGHT day on business Finance, to Ha Known a* Section* { ; v0iy
II of Article IX.
turned< from a u-inesa trip to Mrs. J. S. Rosier was visitingher one day of this week. spending the first of this week at Starke.solicitor Fla for Mrs. Sellar. and son of Qultman BIO IT nEHOLVUU BT TIlE LKOIPlaATURBl 4

" epee tbls i week. daughter Mrs. J. S. Sapp. Sat- Miss Lula Mae Lewis returned Graham with her sister Mrs. I. Complain()-it.NOTICE Ga.. spent the week-end here with OF TUB DTATh! OfFLOH1UAI ,

Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Wise of Ala- urday afternoon. home last Monday after spendingthe her husband Mr. I. L. Sellar. That the following. amendment .* , '

visiting here last Sun- Mr. and Mrs. Kersey and family week at Midway with her sis I of Alachua Article IX of the Constitution of '
ILk.a. were I Mr. J. L. Matthews of
tho State Florida to be known
.. They were residents of our attended church at Oak Grove near ter. Mrs. J. O. Dennison. I that the following described land will b* sold was here Monlay on business.Mr. Section II of said Article IX be, sad an f
I. given
a Notice hereby
several year. ago and: have Macclenny Saturday. Mr. J. O. Dennison and son J. at public auction on th. FIIIST HONDA IN NOVMMB10lt UIO, It being and Mrs. John Smith of New tho same I I. hereby agreed to and '

man'own Blends here who are always Louise Rosier spent Sunday with M.. were In our section last Monday 'ford the ard day 0'MtMe said of month Florida before, o. the su much courthouse th.r.o'door as.t will tlt.rk.b. In Dr.d. Zion were here Monday on busi hall the State bo submitted of Florida to at the the elector general of l !

see them.. her cousin, Loren? Rosier at to county the amount due for lax., set opposite I together with the election to be held. on tha.first Ten- +
to pay
glad : v. A. KNIOHll. Tax Collector. I day after tho first Monday In No
wa. a business Woodlawn.Mr. Mrs. Bill Hines of here spent cost of such sal and ness.Mr. "
I. W. Nlmmott and Mrs. John Crew., Mr ".mb... 110. for ratification or e.Jeotloa. . $; '
county seat last Mon. and Mr. Cohen Peele and Monday In Brooker. Taxes h
the I Lillie Richard Messrs. J. C. Raul.
,lBltorto .A .,..1. *
Be,. T R A Ow.erof Section It. For a period of flfle.
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Rosier were Mr. M. McKinney R. L. and Desrrlptlea '
d erson. L. 0, Rime and Cecil Roberta year from the beginning of oeva- fe"Eg
d'Jir yu and Mrs. M. C. Sweeney visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ury Reddishat Cecil Thomas of Starke spent last I NWy A EK BWH ____-l T 10 140 Mr. L. V. Dowling.111,63 made a trip to Falmouth Sunday lion, all Industrial plants wkiefcshall ,

yore shopping In .Tamp last Sat- Wateroak Sunday. Sunday here. NY NE at Corner NE" I.for..Churob11 I Acre In 7 10 TO Truman IX Dyal ?__ ..... to attend a meeting which Dr. or after bo July established let l.i In., this enraged Stale pdmanly ea tl

arda,. Mills Em.raa.Hne Pringle spent Mr. W. S. Ray and little son I Cull Is holding there. durfnsr said period In Mb. ; [ S
manufacture of steel veeeels, sus....
- .. Congressman R. A. Green of mobile tires, fabric and textrbra.wood ". 1 f fW
- Starke .pent Thursday with his pulp, paper, paper bags, fiberboard ro /
later, Mr. R. S. Johns. aircraft part. Ideas +
R Mis. Pearl Jordan wa. the guestof and ... : or: Manufacturer and the l
re fining oils and !.-< '
A ar Mr*. R. S. Johns Thursday of eluding by-products or derivative"i .
s last week. Incident to the manufacture ., asp j* r.j'

of the above products, shall. be exempt &
Mr. and Mr*. R. 8. John and from all taxation except ,..& ; 'f

) / Miss Floyan Mason spent no exemption which shall become effective $
by virtue of this amendmentshall i 1
S In Starke. extend beyond the year !.... I *

r its Mr. Gary Owens of Jacksonville, The exemption herein.. authorised ;
A 1 I. visiting his uncle. Mr. Leon hall not apply to real. estate owned -
and used by uch Industrial
...c.'k *IDIt Wells here this week. plants except the real estate nice- fl iVi;
( L pled as' the location required to
i Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Lee Messrs.H. house: such r
t Industrial plant* and tbo r
I L. Fowler and B. W. Miler building and property situated t

s were business visitors In Jacksonville thereon together with such lands a* P |3f*
may be required fur wn-rehounea..
Saturday. forage, trackage and shipping faollltlva & ;
J : SIORE Dr. and Mrs. Tom Moore and and being used for such pur
FOR daughters Delyne and Frances
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'OR June, of Tallahassee Dr. and Mrs.J. A JOINT RESOLUTION Propcslssj P T.l
E. Maine Jr.. of Gainesville An Amendment to Section 11 ef
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Article IX: of the Corinritutlon efthe +
T and Dr. A. S. York of St. Petersburg t
State of "Florida Helming to f
were the guests of Dr. and Taxation and Finances So .a. to

Mrs. J. E. Maine., here Sunday. provide Authority for the State of e I
lorlda to Levy and Collect Inheritance . ? ,
/1 :; Mrs. E. A. McDowell Mrs. J. E.Maine. or Kstate Taxes Under t a

., Mrs. II. L. Fowler. Miss Certain Conditions. ,
; :- Hattie Fowler and Dr. McDowell LATUHIfl OF TUB) BTATfel OF
.. went to Alachua Thursday to attend That !
the following amendment to
the annual assoclatlonal Section 11 of Article X of the Constitution '

meeting of the Santa Fe Woman of the State of Florida relating [y prl'
to Taxation and Finances be. fivy
Missionary Union. and the same I.. hereby agreed t.. r P
\ and shall be submitted to the elector i }+ s
... T of the State of Florida at the.
.. '
,. .. Make Reluivea
4'f.t General Election to be held on tko iSf, .;
first Tuesday. after the first Mon + I. *. ,'
i1..1 .r ;. The young man was In a state of day In November A. D. 130. lot '
-. ratification or rejection, that Is. t. :
.... obvious embarrassment when he .say that Ssctlon 11 of Article IX el $
7flseal. called on the father of the girl be the Constitution of the State et y
,w J.G7.'T.TeYy Florida relating to Taxation. and Ft- ;
had taken to the theatre. ilrIAy amended so a* to read ax
'. "Br-ah sir," he stammered(
.. : .ewlw i ,, Section 11. No taxes upon' Inheri rJi
-. 1 ; ,:. . "that Is your-ah daughter tells Lances
or the Income of
r upon resi
17 %e '=3'iwa..... ,. -?'-- JI . !rP : : r: ,ys/ev,1. Jy? me that .he er-ab, loves me." dents or cltliens of this State shall

,.Ntyl S "Ah" the parent suggested be levied. by the State of "Florida.; *r 4 ,
an at'' '- *-s--S.---.. veauwi*._ .h1' rMv under its authority and there shall r,
hopefully "and you want to ask b* exempt from taxation tu the head K .
me If you can marry her?" of the family residing In this Stale ) ** ,
household I '! ,. -
1 + f qL "No .Ir," answered the youthblush'ng. fefls tit the : rll"of five o.:ndrel

wad r' :=1 + jW.tPrNlr7'T pt'fn, j ,d,"+, rL.n14wJrI! ,: w.t t.yrtvatGa'1't".pIJ: make. "I have come''* to ask you that(18000(1)( the( legislature Dollar., provided may provide however foe *

to her behave the assesHiuvnt, levying: and collection 1M
J Y tI of a tax upon Inheritances, of q v
1 I ";'r 5 for the levying, of Estate taxes, not
1 exceeding III tho aggregatetbo s ,
4and amounts which .r a [
may by any law -
NOTICH or k61 'rIOll) : t
the Urilftid" States bo allowed to b* y'w.fS
credited against or deducted from p '1 + .
To the Rherlft of Krmlfnrd County f
of the state of Florida; or txeee can estates. assessed. lornlee- ;
lie It known, that I II. A. GRAY led by the United State on the name ,'
r Hncrxtary. of Ktnta. IIi' the Btatti of, subject but the power of the fsal.-l '.?
, .Florida do hereby give notice thaKIKCTIOV luture to levy. such Inheritance taes. .._ ,
a or "Hlstate Taxes In this State ;
cnQ'jI'lIt.\r.: : shall exist only so lung as, and CurIng r iim
will b. hnlil. In llrmlfurd.. countYl I the time, a similar lax is en
Hlate nf Florida, on ..'..... forced by the United Slates again** .
MERCHANT .uoc."dln"" the first Monday In No. Florida Inheritance or bstats and d ;
T'HE. vtunnor. A. l Ix ll>30, the eitld, Tuee shall. only be exercised or enforced ," R f' -
day lioInK l the to the extent of absorbing. the } d
FOLIt't'il PAY ni>" NnvnMiiKn amount of coy deduction or credit'
For" Representative lit the Baoond which may be permitted by the tae 1'k ?
; Conxrocnlonnl. Dlxtrlrt of the Htntoof of the United States, now existing or y
Florida! In the "HenntySevundConirrene hervufter enacted to b* claimed, bj F, v .
of the United ...t.t..., reason thereof a* a "deduction af 4' ; rtfi
.. For "' .cntar lOt Mtate! of the State -Ib '
) : credit against such ImDat: I "
of Florida.. tax of t.... ;United Stal. a i->\ I
For Two Jutlcee of the Supreme. appllcablo\ In Flnrl.lII...
Court of the Htate of Florida. herltance or Kstatea. The Lot.I. + ty

For two Railroad Commlloneri latura may provide for the appropriation r yr
THE COMMUNITY of the State! of "Florida. : of all taxes collected under I r e
For One Member of the House. of this Article to such Stats County.: *dM1a
Iteprenentatlve of the State of Flor Municipal or Rducatlonnl purpose
Ida. as It may deem advisable t -
For ( Purveyor,
.. For: bunt: o Commleelonere.: IW.i
'; For Throe. Memheri of the County A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposlsa
'.' .,. Hoard of I'uhllo Instruction An Amendment. to Article IX ef.
'J: For Justice of the f'..". In and< the Constitution. of the Stat. ef %
for the following Justice ..DUtrlctevli Florida by Adding Thereto. an Additional Cr '
Section to lie Known s* .1!
No. 1, 6. '1'. "", ."tI..n 1$" Relating to the Taxation V
v r For Constable In and for the '01. of Motor Vehicles
lowing Justice Pl.trlcti. vis: UK IT RBHOr/VBD: HY TUB T.Hflll-/
of f c ; No. I, I, 6, 1. ttSKPuA.0* THE STATE or -, t
Do 'real' badly we would fare if our velopmet our 'imuni r. ;a' In Testimony Whereof I ; ( 't .

you : ze how > < .. hav hereunto. set my That the following amendment to ,u VJ. '
(',; V ", hand and attlxvd the rrea Article IX of the Constitution tho 3 ..- .
; (Seal) seal of the elate. of Flor- Stale of Florida, relating to Taw
merchants had"to out of business and leave us forhis Ida,. at Tallahaeeee, the Lion and Finance, by adding there y' '
: go The' man 6r woman who is not outspoken Capital .this the to an additional section to be know *+'
. third of tw.ntb'da a*" "Section 11" providing for the f
1510. manner of taxation ot motor ve
dependent upon-mail orders or stores miles away attitudeyou n. A. OKAY, hides, b* and the same Is hereby "
or her community'is against it. What Secretary of State agreed, to and shall b. submltt.*. lathe >

To W. J. Epperson Sheriff Bradford Qualified. elector of the State off ,
,County. t-s-tt-10-a Florida for ratification or reject lea
f from home? its at the (ieneral Election to ba he. Ml
take toward County and mer- on the first Tuesday after the rim t "
Monday In November A. D. ItML
r that Is to ay, there shall be *>added
much to do with the reputation dafter The legislature ftf to.Article IX of the. Constitution: e0 ,
the fact that merchants has III', under the Constitution of HIS the State of Florida, relating to taxation .. "
People are beginning consider of the State of Florida, did pass four and finance, an additional nee- "
Joint Rol- amendment tlon to be known a* 'Section!! IS" a."
community our outside to the' Constitution I of the said Article, which shall read a* fee
home merchants. standing of our c all they a debt to their agreed to by a rote of three-fifth Section II. MotorVehicles, at
owe of all the-member. ale"ted to each 'property shall be subject t. out)
houee that the rote on. said Join : one form of taxation which ball at ;G; I }
for to get what friends. K.*olutlun* were entered upon their a license tax for tho operation a. .
The makes it possible us such motor vehicle, v
man who .. respective which license) 'r
and nay determine tax shall be In such amount anal lev' .*, *
and direct that the said ied for such purpose as the Legisla .,
entitled to consideration Joint Resolution. b* submitted. to lure may provide, and okaH "3 I ''o
we want when we.want it is The merchant needed to bring your town into the elector of the Stale at the ..- be In lieu valorem, re woo ae>-
actable ,
oral Election In November IMv. against motor vehicle a* +
NOW THKRKKORH. i I( K. A. personal property.The .
renders his fellow OHAT, Secretary of dtate of the ,>
for the service he gladly its own. State of Florida, do Hereby give DO rote cast la compliance wtfTb t ?
lice that aORfERAL
said proposed amendments, and the i
!' HLRCrn" .
canvass, declaration and
citizens. ,, will be held In each county In Florida thereof shall bo subjected to tn. + +
on Tuciday pest succeeding the %
same regulations and
restriction aei ; ,
and its merchants first Monday In November A. D.. are provided by law for general f "
Bradford County support
Boost l'Jl). the said Tuesday being the lection In the State' of Fiends
and for the ratification or rejection of I have hereunto nee

Now since we are to work for the growth t"ctI/tt:1; to Renolutlon the Constitution proposing of my hand and. of afriaeel thai I ii; ;+

n the Htate of Florida vie: SEAL, Stets ofHorrida, at '!'.a- h'
the' : A JOINT REHOLUTION: Proposing ......... tko Capita p'S
welfare let us first support An Amendment to Section a of Ar this the twenty-tklrel t
of Bradford
dole IX of the Constitution nf the ,
SPIRIT/ day,01,,"u.,. A D. L51e. '
THE COMMUNITY : State of Florida Relatlnir' to Bonds" R
vital in the deGE'f; ma IT RBaoLVJCD BT THW LKOIS- ..l.1li-l1.3a Seereta, of dlar: .
such 1
Merchant who plays a .. I S d

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mosaic! of life bond Let's bring back the times been able to ascertain. year. A. D., Nlnteen
i happy day It i lit the Hundr
Bradfordunty Telegraph I throughout a farmer didn't have to sign W. Hayes, Thirty, has been dUly d 111II
of acts
' '1 i ft9pj .prLisI\ ;; !:; '"a made busy up day! How many much greater are Then -his word. was sufficient., ,1-14! :.Aaaaasar! .., Tai,, .!!..,n ads. ? PW-u. ..'..- .tUb.. .1L..DI.1D.. atu recorded o..
.: Established 1877Pabiished .. ,. tall i>f :OnfeSa iafbn'd'1ireit. aSt ot : < fj r.-:' gf yi it, -i ,1' f I i ford county. board of county cominissiun n I
., '. '" ''"' ' "1be( WTrKnrfH: -heriesttrtt'tnfnl I edbeere): and to .th II
.. . once a {$;! ISworno and'srbecfi! ;; county
I '. _' ..:. ._ __..4. _.,-4 ,- ';ff' 'noteworthy" goodness lay atoreaald
i _. .: ._ ..J.-- .. .0-7> abiding1 and .lpduetrious L this tha'6th'"day'of Oct, A. D. require b*' Section ..
: your fives truly be tfald law" me 934
and, Entered as Second. Class sta.rkff:rlds i ; ha's'a: city tu'ot ..yettV. may Com911
vWeeklys on Fridays : : ". General.
rightfully La""e'of
: triflesenierlonces and then we may 1930. '- Florida[
r 17 mills, which is said'la be to be made (set W
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, FloridaE. uufflclent to cover running expenses l rarely 'sict ,-:-Mercury-' Her expect and will have a FARM RE-' (Seal.) O. W. Alderman, 728 Revised General Statute q
'' LIEF THAT WILL REALLY RELIEVE Clerk Circuit Court. Florida) ,

S. Matthews, Owner and Publisher and Not take care towns of bonds Ic and the ald. -0 State of Florida, Bradford County: Given under my hand
Editor many of Baker We, the undersigned county of omce this 6th day ands I '
J. C. Robinson ____ ._ Managing state can show so low a rate, with Macclenny, jCaijIfal' of Octet
commissioners in and for the coun- A. D.. 1930 ,
miles west of Jack- It read and digest the ,
-- all obligations taken care off.- county, tints we
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-- -- -' - -- -- Arcadia Arcadian. aonvlllpl( I is one of thft'fastest growing and then live by It, there 'will be< ty of Bradford, State of Florida, (Seal) O. W Alderman

SUBSCRIPTION RATE towns In North Florida' according no hard times grumbling. do hereby certify that we have Clerk of the Circuit Court
75c Payable In Advance of' that city. I, carefully examined the foregoing and for the' Counly *
Yearly;$1.50; Six Months, Considerable furore ..over the ( to the ..Press a. of Bradford
re than a dozen assessment roll of said county for There being no further
Application: la the past year m
on American
Advertising charter to the busters
J?=-_ granting a In Or- new homes h'a8a'been erected In TAX: COMMISSION: FOB" the year, A. D., NInteeu Hundredand the board then took a recess
Black Shirts
-- order of u.
J - -- and have comparedthe til
tMacclenny as well as several places FLORIDA IS PROPOSE Thirty, Wednesday, October
Railroads are speeding up deliveries of perishables from lando. Black Shirts offices have since been of business, a garage!; f or two, one original and. two copies thereof which time they will meet 15th,1 for't
I known In printing (Continued from page 1.) Section 934, of to
V Florida., Clermont turpentine still and two sawmills.. as required by purpose revising the ) ,
time immemorial. regdtq
still and Compiled General Laws of Flor- tlon books
Tho town Is growing needed If
: funds
Most offices can- offices more are
o Press. newspaper
new'homelt ida (Section 728 Revised General 0. W.
plans for' are' being have the Alderman
towel tho are Clerk
afford to use shirts for assessor
1 lu'r Saturday is the last day to register for the November not ( --o-- made dully the Press says. Mac- means by which they can secure a Statutes of Florida), and find the -

clenny already has electric lights complete assessment 'of all prop same to be correct.J ASSISTS IX CXVKILIXQ
election. 'The Bradford County Telegraph
and now the town officials are 0. Crews. EXERCISESThe :
---o (Starke) says auto license tags erty. '
of O. .Hliinon,
M out'plans for a.system
working .
in the
report -
It Is fully explained
"Use Your Head." For what are listed In "What's what in waterworks. Macclenny was greatly .Drew Reddish, members of
Iletaa Lake.Worth: Herald Bright and has been previously ex- Starke Cn(
Christmas gifts" Ibis year. >
the n T Osteen.J. '
when National Z78
I benefitted these columns, together with Lake
plained through Butle.
? We'd much rather get a license -
purpose 'built through L Underhill
they Highway was there why abolishment of the state ad- sided the Alachua Woodmon ciTcle
-o tag on the Christmas doodadto tree from Jacksonville} ,;'to ,Lake City. valorem will not solve the prob- County Commissioners Sunday afternoon In the ot
W red necktie or a
,' The most remarkable thing about the new runty auto- than a Now the state 'oad'department is lem and bring about equality State of Florida, Bradford County: veiling 'exercises, at Traxier
1 heat'. hang on the wall,-Lake Worth celli"
: hard iirtace the road I hereby certify that the war.
planning to tery for Sov. Kate
New Idea Jones
mobile is the high price. died
dsa! ; Herald. II
'r under the hand of E.
y i leading (r.9 )fj&cclenny"to Raiford In arguing for a state tax commission rant given 1929, and member of Alachua ck
tablIWfWL! : o --0 through some/of the lie'st'farming .the report calls atten W. Hayes, county assessor of taxesto cle, The Starke and Lake Butler

rM November 7th and 8th are the dates set for South Flor- I Starke Telegraph say* 'that land |n the county; This distance tion to." the tact that 'It Is not anew'idea C, A, Knight, tax -'collector and degree l teams escorted the ofiJc.' .

4 I.r I. ida meet at. Leesburg. ., Ilncl!'' It la Impossible to build *a wilt'be' about twenty miles. When In government. Forty attached to the assessment roll'forthe ,'relatives and musicians! from the

press ----0 better mouse trap, some of the Inventors this road Is: .b'jJnt) Macclenny will two states it says, now have per- count of Bradford for, the church to the grave where a ton
should try a silent outboard bavo a close' connection with maneht state tax commissions ex- year, A, D. Nineteen'hundred and tlful ceremony was solemnized'After

History will'probably'' record Hoover's administration as motor. That would take the Starke. Lake I Cutler} and Gaines- ervsing) more or less authority ov- Thirty, has been duly recorded on; the.unveiling the family,

the sweatless one for the workingman. JoY and thrill out of outboard motor ville.-TlmesrUnton.Florida ,. . er matters of taxation. Florida page 265, of the minutes of the escorted back', through a bride"
racing. Half the kick comes ,0--_ board of cQunty'commissioners I In formed by the 'degree
0 once had such a commission, It de- teams. Over
from the racket,.-- Gainesville and for the'county aforesaid aa
1> with resistance it to work : Farms and fo'armt'rs- ''flares, but in name only, and at 250 persons witnessed the \nnvcil.intf. /.
electricity meets goes
+r I t td When Dally Sun. the present time has a cute tax required by Section 934, Compiled .
electricity in makeup? u--- General Laws of Florida (Section .
Have your -
d you any (Madison Enterprise-Recorder.) equalizer without the means or -
rt, o- The date of November 7 and.,)8 The state asa whole showed a authority to bring about equality, totes 728 of the Revised General Sta- HCHOOL UO.Utl IMtOTKKUttciTrtard ;
has been set for the tall meeting of tlzeable. Increase In 1925 and aflight of Florida.) -
Believe it or not, in China a married.woman must get her he South Florida Prese Assocla increase..In 1930., As to the cost of 8ucl1'com ndt'g'o into Given under my hand and seal mot In regular Bessie

husband's consent before she bobs her hair. tlon at Leeaburg, President Schu- mission details, the of report commission does organization -- of office this 6th day of Oct. A. D., with all members present, tamslj

o man announces. Editor Gilbert We believe that .a decrease in but declares that the maxi- 1930. A. B. Surrency, Jos. T. Moore ut.
Leach, of the Commercial will be< the number otour'farma is a disconcerting be (Seal) Q. W. Alderman If. D. May, chairman.
One authority says the best way to keep that schoolgirl host, so It looks like a big timeIs sign,, and correspondingly ; mum expenditures would not On Clerk of the Circuit Court In Minutes rend and approved.

"L+ cry complexion is to hide it from the kid sister. brewing for the merry, old South an Increase# !>; in number a the more present than $100,000 basis. of per government year. and for the County of Bradford.( Bills for the mouth were audit.

0- Florida gang.-Laka Worth Herald good sign ,.n,,. '"I, costs, which is "declared to be State of Florida Bradford County: ed and, paid.
II 15 Personally appeared before me, Board agreed to pay B. %Eytl:
the art of kissingare t"t; $199,000.000 countiesand
experts on
Some of the paragraphing .-_ovA ---- Forj,4bB) ..tgtrach; .('ts\>tttaa! ,,\ } source; tour cities, auch;""a commissionwould to, W, Hayes, assessor of ,[faxes $6.00 per ,month for (uaimportlm

due for a surprise if they put their beliefs in actual. prac-. lot( of; people of: south FlorIda wealth ;and-wien we leave it cbst tax with, $100 for. Bradford,,'county, who, being his boy to the' bus to attend Bred.
ittM| r tice. ">" < want to divide the state lute '''to overcrojvduPther. occupations, bill'the'sum.a payer of 10 cents addl- duly sworn, says the, above assessment ford County High School. '
a,' 'i tax
) sniiddjECsnov 0 two states, a north Florida and 'a that are secon4ary4t} e. are by that llonal taxes. roll of motor vehicles contains Widow's pension allowed tin,

south Florida. The legislature much decreasing; JUe basic wealthof a true statement and description W,' M. Turner, Mrs, Emma fun
Florida lost'one of its ablest friends and supporters in the will be appealed to they say. Tut the community. "It la easily worth that much of all persons and motor vehicles rhee and Mrs. Lizzie Tompklni.
1 to a tax payer to have a permanent
r1, t ;1 & ,hdtromkR death of Richard 'II. Edmonds, editor of the Manufacturer's tut tut, and tut again. What we state commission working on the in the above county of Bradford After attending to routine matters .

Record. need now is to get going good and We'do not mean, by this that we most Important function of government subject to taxation 'or liableto the board adjourned tq meet!
reduce our cost of operation on should grow more and more of declares be assessed therein, and that tho first Monday In October
taxation the
-- ,
--0 one stater and not make an additional things that people do', not desire chairman.( the valuation thereof so tar as A. J, Grlflls Secretary.Plant. .

This is the season when sportsmen begin to wonder if one for more expense. Fool enough to pay. above.. productioncost tax they were made by him are Just .

their prize setters will be stolen before the first day of hunt- Ii.-Perry Herald for, but we. feel that by providing "If we have as good a tax system and correct so far as he has been .City''-; J. R. A. William
-0- the, living for the family already as some are contending able to ascertain. leased Collins street building for

ing season The big job of the coming leg- first of all and then adjusting the then It is worth 10 cents'to E. W. Hayea. opening of general line of mer

Q stature is to decide how we cat money crops according to what we find it out, and to have the rest County Assessor of Taxes Brad- chandise.CLUHKM.
debts and still keep going. believe will be most In demand of the United States find It out." _
One of the good laws on Florida's statute books requiresthe pay our ford County. .
The Herald has contended ,tall our.troubles will be largely solved, This commission would be com Sworn to and subscribed before AND I ..5P1W'IOI15IF.rIIAL : .
? state to purchase school books for children when parentsare of five citizens from different KI.KfTION
posed -
krzi along that we are going to have me this the 6th day of Oct, A. D.,
+ unable to do so. 'one of the best legislatures In 1931 In this connection we noticed avery sections of the state. Their 1930. Th board of county .commlxxiov

-0 that we have ever bad in Florida good article In the Sowega terms: of office would expire at different (.Seal) O. W Alderman, em meeting of Bradford held In Starke.county on at Monday thtlr,

th lV ; t "closed" town Friday afternoon the business and we think sincerely, that it will Standard of recent date In whichIt times. One of them wouldbe Clerk Circuit Court. October 6th.- appointed the follow.Ing .
Starke was a l chairman to maintain clerks and inspectors, to Bern it
_ have business Judgment and foresight says that .It believes that farm permanent State of Florida, Bradford County: the general election to be held it
men attending the first football game of the season. ThisIs enough to make the best out relief will come only through the offices at the state capitol. We, the undersigned county the several precinct within Pnd-

t'v + ty the proper spirit to show. I of a situation that confronts us recognition of the!, following: Other would be called Into session commissioners in and for the 4th ford: county on Tuesday, Novembtr

2i nav o seriously. At any rate, we are -or.-- at regular Intervals The county of Bradford State of Florida PreelMP No. I, l.imtrrO.
willing to trust them.-Perry Her 1. That the law of supply and greater part ot the expense of a do hereby certify that we have H. Pearce, clerk; Juinnii' Itmlir
Shirts J. A. Howe and R. A. Blanchard,
r Georgia would have nothing to do with the Black commission would be representedn
fn 'C ald. demand will ever govern the price. carefully examined the foregoing InspectorsPrecinct
dlolate but Florida grants the organization a charter. It's to be ---o- If more of any 'given product is office organization, and general assessment roll of said county for No. 3. N. Stark
F. A. Scott clerk; Uuo. C. Whin
,% hoped the action will not be regretted.A Sam Rosenberg, local merchant produced than the natural or nor- operating expenses incident to its the year, A. D. Nineteen Hundred A. J. Thomas and Aubrey Moore, In-
has been almost incapacitated this mal,demand for that product, the work. Members of' this commis- and Thirty, and have comparedthe npector. ..
o Precinct. No. .. 9. Sl r f
a a week, due to Injury sustained price will inevitably be lower don should be from both political original and two copies thereof J. U Peek, clerk; 11. H. Bennett!,1\
_ t good screen test for the flapper: Press the nose when he was knocked down by an -- parties and, so far as it possible IA as required by Section 934, 'W. Anderson and J.; W AndrtitIf.

.M>the t sip rKM W against a door screen. If the test leaves tiny squares on the automobile on the highway near 2. That so long' aa our expensesare government activities It should be Complied General Laws of Florida I ., Inspectors.Precinct !No. 4. flraaael

u r Ocala early this week. Mr. 'Ros greater thanour Incomes, we so organized that a minimum (Section 728, Revised .General W. T. McEver, clerk; 8. T. Thonin -
r ndan<| nose, it's a sign the screen needs attention.The amount of "politics" would enter Ch..itl y Votg and H. M. Wanlli.
tire hit cannot become independent. We
changing on
t' nnt'ithart' x enberg was a Statutes of Florida, and find the Inspector
o car beside the road when anothercar must curtail our expenditures to 4 Into Its work.COMMISSIONERS. same to be correct. Precinct Ne. B. Haaiptea
of in this country Tampa Life In struck him causing point within our actual Incomes. J. E. Adklna, clerk; l. a. Johns..
r Ilror frolyt art printing says passing, J. O. Crews, Jake William and J. J. Brannen. t1apeclor. -
4 d.on. / has advanced to the point where we can turn out just as good painful Injury to the back. It ( : ACCEPT 1O OTAX 0. W. Hlnson, .. .
; .
4' , 'was regarded almost a miracle 3. That It Is first our duty as : ASSESSMENT ROLL Drew Reddish, Precinct Ne> e. ThernM.
e Andy Scotch labels Scotland did before the war. A. L. Sullivan, clerk: Meal Younl-
*eT- toVoRiwt as that he was not killed. The driver well as good business judgment to R. T. Osteen, blood.J. P. Padg-vtt and B. R Swli-

I of the other machine ditched his produce the needs of the home and (Continued from page 1.) J. L. Underhill lei, tnnpectora.Preelaiet No.. .,. New River'

4A' ul1L Last year Tallahassee had the legislators and this year car after striking Mr. Rosenberg,. farm, before undertaking. to pro- Ever, clerk; S. T. Thomas Ches- County Commissioners. O. W. Andrew, clerk; D. W. gel'ly.
hurt.-Plant! duce cash I B. F. Konfroe and S, C. Crew
+ moaquitos. The only similarity between the two is the but was not seriously croPlloir ley Fogg and H. M. Waadln, inspectors State of Florida Bradford County: impectora.Precinct.
i r4 ?-t City Enteprlae', Oct. 3rd. ; Precinct No. B, Hamp- I hereby certify that the warrant No. 8. Breaker
t courts are passing judgment on actions of both. 'I S 4, That Cooperative Marketing J. J. Morgan elerk; M. P. V>(<
s h {ou ton: J, E. Adklns, clerk; L. G. given under the hand of E. :h ny. B. A l. Haien and C, S. KtUr
(la Qor o Strawberry growers In the Plant is the proper method of selling our Johns Jake Williams, and J. J. W, Hayes, county assessor of Inspectors..
City area are as busy as bees get- cash crops, provided the nature of J. Q. CREWS!: ,
taxes, to C. A, Knight tax collector
hitcherson Precinct No. -
Motorists increasing number of Brannen inspectors: Commis.loner.
report an ever Chairman, Dnard of County
lrt lrtM ting their plants set out and tak- the product tits .in with the Idea 8 I. Thereasa: A. L. Sullivan, clerk; ; and attached to the assessment ., Bradford Count?
' the with their thumbs pointing onward. Drivers Attest Florida.J. .
highways ing advantage ot: the splendid of cooperative merchandising. Neal Youngblood J. P. Padgett roll for motor vehicles for :

if 4"i1t4 should adopt the down-pointing thumb as their insignia. showers that have been falling In and S. R. Swlndel, inspector; the county of Bradford for the .Clerk.W. ALDERMAN, 10-10.4tleSAVING -?
that section for the past few C. That we depend more upon .
o Precinct No. 7, New River: O. W, -- -- .
weeks. The weather has been our own resource and less upon
Andrews, clerk: D. W. Kelly, B.,
Milwaukee Journal tells of the Iowa supreme court ruling ideal for' setting plant and the the scheme and promises of other
F Y Renfroe and S. C. Crew, Inspectors -
a of the English language. this la being Increased *.
+ j i that punctuation marks are no part acreage season ; Precinct No. 8, Brooker:

,Well comma who pays any attention to court rulings question to a considerable extent J. J. Morgan clerk; M. P. Ma- v
the And then the Standard offer
that of last By
over season.,
(;'i! toe e'ty7a4a mark heny, E. M. flaxen and C. S, Kel.b'
/ middle of October growers will tile following suggestions, that are
o have all of their plants set andIf most timely, and that If followed,

y' Florida's attorney general says his personal feeling about the weather continues mild and will put and keep farming on its The tax assessor presented the
1930 tax assessment roll and real
moist the growth will be rapid. feet and keep so many of us from
) M Mo the tag department's ultimatum for tags to be on all cars Growers hope to be picking some wanting to leave the farm: estate and personal property and

tR January 1st is for extensions to be granted in the future as berries by Thanskglvlng.-Times- -, the commissioner after consideration *

N, ? they have been in the past. Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Union 1. Let's read more, think more, and Inspection, accepted t
((1 r. h and ba able to analyie our .own. ama and ordered one copy forwarded *
g' Claus. Lea Green makes it a point to prOblem"L to the state comptroller, LWith __

e'd o be on the job wherever he is most one> copy given to the county tax ...

\ No w. Avery Powell of the Times-Union slipped into town some needed. Though congress In recess j: Let' first,;oncentrate' our collector and one copy filed with
: the at the present time, until the effort on making a living at home, the clerk of the circuit court. The
two weeks according to a little slip slipped us by
assessment roll shows the following -
short session begins in December, and then, strive to have something
janitor who found the slip where it had been slipped under Lex: thought It wise to visit Wash to sell every month.In the year. amount assessed: Total state

ode t the door over Sunday slipping in his pocket where it slipped Ington for the purpose of confer- tax, $18.050.01; total county tax.

i'' an y, his memory until yesterday. To stop this slippery tale ring with Mr. Hoover In an en- 3. Let's pay more attention to $108, 16.79; sub-school maintenance -
deavor to clinch for Florida the the conservation of home grown 119,198.04: bonded sub-
we'll use a slip knot in place of a period, and remind Averyof site of the government home for fertiliser Let' bring "Compost"back schools: $9.832.48. The assessment -

his days in the country shops when the back door of printing disabled veterans.. lie also secured . In t:yle. roll for motor vehicles (or A PURPOSEThere

i ar offices would most always open. at the required number of a trench mortar and a'doien 1930 'taxes wa received and accepted -
a shells for placement In Like City's 4. Let' produce a* money crops by the board of county commissioners -

raps, properly spaced. park There ought to be a move those that can be marketed cooperatively showing as follow:

o--- for a central beauty spot In. Live If possible, but not con- Total state, S1.S2S.70, ; total county -

First in the field to make his official announcement as Oak similar to the attractive fine our chances to one money tax.: 14.598.58: lub-ichool is a zest to seeing the figures

.r. t eM h. t, candidate for governor in the 1932 primaries, Stafford Cald- parks In Madison Lake City and crop. Let's have three or four, ub-ichools maintenance, $498.59.$849.81; bonded mount steadily In your deposit book
scores of other places In Florida. -
well Jacksonville attorney, presents a platform every voterin -Live Oak Democrat. 5. Let' strive to become Inde- Following are copies of iecep.. -bringing you nearer, and _nearer

t' rr the state should study. His platform leaves no doubt what a pendent by living at home,, so thatIf tances and warrant: your purpose. Whether you're saving -

ri n he stands for and his pledges for relief of the harried tax- "Happiness", says a writer, "II the price of cotton tobacco, watermelons State of Florida. Bradford county, for a travel fund, new furniture,

f. a mosaic composed of many small- or any other cash crop Personally appeared before me, a business enterprise-whatever it
of the financial condition of the
payer ,show a careful study ar stones." It is the little acts of Is below the cOlt of production, m.) W. Hayes, assessor of taxes for Is

i p r state and the present taxation methods meet demands on kindness, the little courtesies, the' we will live anyway and be underno Bradford county, who being duly save steadily.BANK .

the treasury. Outside of his legal training Mr. Caldwell has disposition to be accommodating!! obligation because of debt. worn, say the above assessment

, to ba helpful, to be sympathetic, -..:..- roll contains a true statement and
x j L Lq considerable, newspaper training, the Jasper News being to be unselfish, to be careful not, e. Let'. borrow ito money unless description of all persons and OF STARKEAN

founded by his father and has been continuously In the Cald- to wound the feeling of others, wa know we can pay It when property in the above, county of

r I'' i + yq1 death of the father. Prominent' in, fraternal circles of the all, happiness la to be charitable, which wa must hava. 'L t'. not liable to .be assessed therein, and HONOR ROLL BANKE.
lyh to be are the,. borrow to spend oa pleasure that the valuation thereof, so far
state, Mr. Caldwell will be a strong ,contender in the comingrmcel" little things which add': up at night' ... they were made by him ..1"J..t S. Matthews,.Pres. R. J.'Davis, Cashier,1

: lId are found to be the aaerat of a Ii 7. Let' maka our 'word our and correct *o far a* ba has

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