Group 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 17, 1930
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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OUTH FLORIDA PALATKA FOLK Truck Wrecked; Making heady* For ALACHUA PLAYS Planting of Fall FOX HUNTERS' ; '


EAGER TO SEECOMPLETION Extending Paving Crops In Florida

PRESS'MEETINGNOVEMBER Driver Is Killed STARKETOD AY ANNUAL MEET
28 State Road No. 13 Advances RapidlyTruck ?



7-8 '' soon to be : Grower Hope to Haw BIG SUCCESS
Civic Organizations Take InitialS H. Q. White of Gainesville em-' That work 1* commenced Bradford High Tornadoes will .
by the state road depart- Oop* Rexly for
Shipment by
pa In Campaign to Bring ployee of the Ne-HI Bottling Company clash with Alachua Friday after
ment on an extension of state road third time Time Front Have Cut OR -
About Construction Missing of that city died in Starke noon. This la the Vegetable
No 1 3 Bronson to EU.. not aft'
from )
[ ;leborate Program Planned; Big Links Croso-Stat Road: early, Wednesday evening from inJuries tar from Cedar Keys I Is stated by which the two teams have met andIt Supplies In Nortl-Aer Winning Dogs Are Announced; 51. c ,

Friday" Night received when his truck' is expected to be a hard fought I Inrreiuied. I R lrct' l
Banquet the Levy Journal of Bron- ague II. Raxlcy ti t
County? ? Alachua rolledup
was wrecked at game. Last year
28
noon on road ,
Palatku, residents are eager to +r
son. says: President
The'papgr
seven miles west of Starke. A' a 19-0 score against the Tornadoes V y
annual meetingf see the completion of state road "Road camp Alt state road No. Planting of fall vegetable crops
i Plane South for the Florida Press Asso- No. 28 all the way through from negro assistant on the truck with 13. just west oI'Bronson is beingbuilt and they are out to avenge,' Lit. : 'Florida la moving along rapidly The Florida State Fox Hunters'Association ; ,

the which will be held at Lees- Lake City on state road No. 1 to Mr, White received minor Injur- preparatory to beginning the the defeat. is reputed to have a and every section is actively en- held Its annual meetat I
Isllon Bunnell county seat of Flagler ies. Both were picked up by a motorists Alachua gaged''In' getting( its plantedand
November 7 and 8. wereonpleted actual work of completing the link team this and will crops Keystone Heights Fla., October a 7
the accident powerful year '
and
urg at a recent conference county on state road No. 4. witnessing of road between, ,Bronson and Ell- Tornadoes to think ready' for shipment as early as 0-10 Inclusive, having a good attendance -
the
of the association The_ Palatka. Dally News, of brought to the office of Dr. Mid- soy give plenty possible, hoping that by the time of member. and many'
of t the officials Thursday tells of steps that .are dleton where they were given med: I about. frost Jn the north has cut off the '
of
the
Gilbert Leach, publisher of "This work Is to be done by Bradford has not been defeatedso visitors with a large entry ? wl"!
with ical aid. The notified
being taken.In that, city to hurry company was supply of fresh vegetables they
Commercial. The state using convicts\ | we understand hounds. It was considered one ,
determined .
and -
3
Leesburg tar thla are roganixatlon
of the accident and the Gainesville ;year n
the the construction work Palatka will o* ready to fill the demand. Its'bra
3. 3. Schumann. Vero and according to plans it the slate clean. It Is of the best meet held since .
officers having a" .direct interest In the manager drove to Starke, accompanied to keep There will be a substantial in-'
the
iVSidet Thomas. will not be long now before .
Wayne
; : determination like this that makes
.
by relatives of Mr.
BMeB project because this short cut crease in acreage In practically all ,
vice-president; Henry surfacing material Is going downon football it will The bench show was held October -
so
City tor a. good game
Plant White.
TltusTllle. secretary; and route across northeast Florida this!! Important link of road 13. undoubtedly be a scrappy game. tall vegetable. It 1 Ie believed. i e, with winning owners a*
Hudson The Gainesville News
through that city crossing Evening Preparation now going on Indicate }
passes "There are five buildings In the follows:
Stark, treasurer.
Lovell will probably start
Coach
Rbtoson 4
j' c. the St. Johns river over the famous of Wednesday carried the following there will be a good supply of
about and Best H.
thus is to be one of the camp already complete bin reserve backfield Friday and derby dog: First M. 4
That account of the accident
and best meetings in the Memorial Bridge one of the : material on the ground for other possibly some of the reserve line all tall and winter crops, depending Baxley: second and thIrd Park
titled H. Q. White well known local
finest structures of its kind in the of course on weather condi-
la Indl- necessary work before the camp Grove.
of the association men. This is a good Idea for the
history man. la at Starke in a critical
The News tions.
Lated by the elaborate preparations south. say: condition as the result of will be ready for occupation, first string has been bearing the Best derby female: Flat J. R.

and Interesting program an- "Inaugurating an active fight occurring shortly an after accIdent "Road 13. Is the natural outlet brunt of the attack. This will also The lifting of the Mediterraneanfruit Ltton: second M. H. Baxley;
will for the early completion of highway for that large, scope of country fly quarantine to become effective tird Parka
nounced.The meetings open give Coach Lovell a chance to test t Grover ? kei ,
noon today.on road 28 about 7 I
November 7th. No. 28 the Lake City short ,. around Otter; Creek. Ellcey, Gulf October 16, allowing the Bent I* H.
Friday afternoon. miles west of Starke. i the ability of his shock troops under all-age dog: First { y
1:30 o'clock. Then round table route. President A. J. Ammen of Hammock eta, which so far has I fire. free movement of vegetables to all McMillan: second J. R. Lotion; cM ',
at : Mr. White truck driver for the
the Palakta Commercial Club today had no good road outlet and 'when sections of the "
led such I country especially W A. e
dlncunulons will be by Ne-HI Bottling ,.Company was en- Probable lineup for B; H. S.: third Bagwell. a
named a special committee of It Is will shorten the to the southern
completed do
territory will
Florida publishers as Best all-age female: First. J. ;
well( .known Inman J. Left end
route to Lake Butler, when, according ,
direct the
will
three which cam-
distance over food road to Cedar much to deal
make the vegetable
a. 8. Saxon Arcadia: Russet Kay to a car following him the McMillan C. Left tackle R. Let ton; second and third.Frank c
Clermont paign. Key by ten or twelve miles. one of profit Thla Is especially '
Lochner ; Drake.
Tampa: Don truck suddenly!left the road and Graham Left guard
"Members of the committee are:
L.H. McAlpln- Plant City; ,J. H. overturned, caused either by a tire "The section1 which this road Inman G. (tn) Center true of the Innumerable mall or- ''Host' all-age pair of dog: First, .
Col.S. St.
John W. Campbell chairman; opens Is one oS the richest In the der shippers, the bulk of whose
Hennig. Tarpon Springs; Jack blowing out or Mr. White losing Brownlee Right. guard J. U Letton; second. D. K. McMillan ;, .
Hilburn and Harvey H. Tan Florid .
Worthington Lake Wales; R. .H. J. control of the car. state of ,'rand is studded Thomas Right tackle business carried on In the south ; third. M. If. Dade,.. 1a

Berg, Melbourne; Lauran Hand ner. Mr. White was thrown from with happy an< l'Clsperoua farm Col.on Right end ern territory. They have been Best tack: First. J. R. Lotion;
is out of the city "
Delray Beach; C. P. Helfenstein. "Mr. Campbell the truck and was Immediately homes. Futch M. Quarterback greatly hampered by the quaran second. M. H. Baxley; third. Parks a h
today and for that reason no '
tine. With the Increased
LIve Oak; M. E. Brewster Eustis; obtained from picked up by the car followingand TI.on Left half acreageIt q rover.
be
Gilbert Freeman. Avon Park; WillM. statement could rushed to Starke and to the 8TARKE BO-XfcR: SUSPENDED Mast Right half was necessary; to have wider distribution Best dog: Major owned by D. i r
him as to the plan the committeewill FOR SIX for marketing the fall
and MONTHS H. McMillan.
Trayer. Winter Park E. Fullback
will office of Dr. W. E. Middleton, Robinson .
when it
to '
nor as
Cranston Williams secretary of pursue and winter vegetable crop. Best female, Betsy Bridges.owned .* yl;;
bold its initial meeting. It is expected where It is said he is in serious .
the Southern Publishers Assn. with Gainesville, Oct. 15. Vasco In- the Everglades In the Canal by J. R. Letton.
condition suffering a badly
Friday evening at 7:30: mem- however will be that the one calling of Its of crushed arm in addition to head Forsyth Starke welterweight box- Tornadoes TieBulldogs Polnt-Pahokee-Belle Glades districts The official judge of the show 4I ;

bers will be guests of W. J. Howey first moves Injuries. It was stated he wouldbe er, was suspended yesterday by through to South Bay, beans was William H. Pierce, of Keystone
of all directly -
at Palatka
meeting
at Howey-ln-the-Hllls at a a Interested communities from removed to the Alachua county the boxing commission of Haisley FridayBy are ready to pick and In some Heights i

banquet, followed by a dance. The Beach for hospital it his condition would Lynch post American Legion fora places arsbelng.. gathered but the The derby races were run October 1wa
program at the banquet will be Lake City to Daytona permit. period of six months, from ,boxIng demand has been so small that 7 and 8, with the following wr 7

io charge of the PaRAGraphers the purpose of forming A similar a short association Mr. White, the Injured man's In any local arena. ( Gary Overstreet.- they were being sold locally as Dinners, : i ''t

League, which insures a lively and route association. secured brother and Mr. Grimes loctil 1 The decision of the commission In a fast and Interesting game; low as $1 a hamper. While the First, Betsy Bridges, owned by

entertaining evening. Ople Reed formed this year, manager of the Ne-HI bottling was brought forth by the actionsof here Friday afternoon, the Bradford quantity of beans picked In them jf. R. Letton Leesbur<<. Fla. 1 .k ,

will be one of the speakers. Ivy the building of the bridge for which overDunn' company left for Starke shortly Forsyth In his ten round bout High Tornadoes and Live Oak sections was no greater than anticipated Second: Ray, owned by R. A. ; J

Clough Johnson of Mt. Dora willbe Creekcontract after dinner with Jimmy Murphy of Jacksonville Bulldogs battled to a 6-0 tie be- earlier the lack of markets King, Sanford Fla. +*

In charge of banquet program was let yesterday by the state Walter Lumpkln. young negro Monday night fore a large crowd of local football In the north was a decided Third: Senator, owned by M. H.Baxley :

irnogements and her reputation road department. .assistant to White was also thrown In fairness to Murphy neitherhe fans. The game was uncertain surprise. It appeared that In sections Gainesville, Fla. l

for\ cleverness and originality la "According 'to those who 'have the from the truck but sustained only ,nor his m-.iiJ.ger"Whltey't! I front beginning to end with adjacent to some of the princIpal Fourth| Red,, owned by J. R. 4 ak '

fell known throughout the'newspaper made recent Investigations Flora- minor injuries, It was said. Snow made any complaint with first one team and then the other markets beans were being Mason. Jacksonville Fla.
Palatka and
world.( grade between and reference to the Slarke boxer 'seeming to have the advantage. supplied In quantities sufficient to The all-age races were', run Oc-

Saturday morning a Press home is deteriorating rapidly However three members of Hals' Bradford tallied for the first meet the demands of those markets tober 9 and 10, with awards to =
unless the hard-surfacing Is doneat FORSYTH DOWNS IIARDKN ley Lyunch post decided to sus- in the fourth quarter.On the following 34f1
Breakfast Is being given for the time early and it was generally thought ; j

association by the Leesburg Chamber an early date the county in may this pend Forsyth.In a aeries of beautiful executed that the drought had curtailed this First:. Judy Branham owned by hly/

of Commerce. Business seeder lose its large investment A large crowd of local boxing a letter to the local boxing plays the Tornadoes advanced the supply and that early bean shipments W. W. Brown Tampa Fla. .. .

will be held following this project. fans witnessed a one-sided battle commission the Legion commission ball to the 9 ;yard line Then Alvarez would meet ready sales. The Second: Minnie Lee owned byJ.

and at noon members of the association "The road Is now practically between Vasco Forsyth, Starke, took: occasion to complimentthe hard plunging halfback of vines In the north will soon be : R. Letton Leesburg Fla. ;

will be the guests of the complete from Lake City to of Flora- and Joe Harden Palatka. Harden local arena and the high grade, the local team plowed through killed by the frosts and Carolina Thirdr Dolly May Glenn, owned 4.da.ar# r

Eustis chamber of commerce for home with the exception one was downed by a left to the JawIn of sportsmanship and fairness tackle for the necessary distance. beans will start moving about the by W. W. Brown Tampa Fla. : 34r

lunch. The convention adjourns bridge which necessitates a detour. the first round for the .count which the promoters endeavor to : The try for extra point failed on middle of the month and will con- Fourth: Frank owned by .M. H.Baxley. cMYa ,

following the luncheon many The Columbia county end was of two and was downed again in carry through. account of a penalty for offside. tinue unltl frost. The main part of GaInesville. Fla. x k r,
week it was
planning to attend the Alabama- thrown open this From Flora- the third, round for the count of -*- ; Live Oak showing a fighting the Everglade fall crop will not Russell W, Drake of Hender-

Florida football game at Gaines- learned here today.traffic Is now six.: Forsyth downed him againIn FORSYTH TOJUJEKT: spirit that was admirable came start moving for several week., sonvllle, N. G., was master of i t
home to Palatka POLK COUNTY WONDER from behind to score In the last however 'hounds. L. E. Jackson of Provlr r .
ville the University having extended Interlachen overa the fourth round for the count and It Is hoped by that

to the members of the being routed to connection of nine. Harden was downed again few minutes of play. They car- time that markets will show an .deuce Ky.. J. W. Bolt, of Hendersonvllle e '

South Florida'Press an Invitationto county lateral where In the fourth round and was saved I What should be an Interesting ried the ball to Bradford's three improvement It Is said that with- N. C., Donald F, Pang-

be guests of the school on this la being made with-state highwayNo. by the bell. Then Harden came out battle to local fans is scheduled yard mainly by an aerial attack. in the next 30 days there will be a born of Keystone Heights Fla., F. l' y lr /

occasion. Seats are being'reserv- 14. This arrangement real, it. Is..i In the fifth round to be knocked for next Thursday night the lard They were stopped there by a determined large supply of red and black Valentines ''M. Walrath of Keystone Height,

ed> for the entire group. Those pointed out, defeats the purpose'of through the ropes by a left to the (Ini't.when Vasc i Forsyth.- cham- stand of the Tornadoesand Bountiful. and Strlngless and Frank Drake of Mount Dora
by
who prefer golf to football will the road, as indicated the Jaw. Harden clambered through pion of Bradford..county, meets the ball went over on downs.. bun Fla.. were the judge In the field

have an opportunity to play on the its official designation as the ropes and was knocked down LonnIe Hardln,' 143 pound Polk 'Moore punted to get the ball out Up to the middle of last The Florida Fox Hunters' Association .4 t
'short route' in that it lengthensby Wonder. week no 4
wonderful course at Eustls; as the again then his seconds threw in County This is. the third of the danger lone, but Captain held its annual business s r
be- express shipment
several miles the distance or solid cars c
time two' 'hard
Clients of that city.A awarded .these sluggingboxers Brown of the visitors caught the October at I f
towel. meeting
the Foriyth was a moved from point In Keystone n
Pal atka... and the Lake City any the Ever-
tween
have met the first'two
surprise feature of the'conventlon technical knockout over Harden.A resulting ball on the 40 ;yard line and In a Heights Fla.. with Mr. M. II. Bax.ley. +.r

is made possible through gateway."The early grading of the eaat- two-round exhibition between the In a tie. beautiful run evaded all tacklers' (Concluded on page 4.) of Gainesville, Fla.. president ;5z ,,
In -
the generosity of one of the largest from "Doo" Alvarez, Starke and Junior preliminaries Manager and scored the touchdown which presiding At the close of the regular - '" -' '
ern end of the thoroughfare Prevatt has signed Broward
I manufacturers ot the United to Bunnell depends Crews Starke. proved to be one evened the score Brown failedto NEGRO: STORM DYNAMITED business session the election L t
San Mateo
I States who spends his winters In of the state to of the most exciting fight of the Strickland 149 pound Starke lad .core the extra point when his of officers took place'aa follows:, T
the ability ;
upon to fight Battling James 1(0
Florida and who takes great In- federal night "Doc" Alvarez was awardedthe drop kick, fell short Re-elected president M. H. Bax "
secure the sanction of the pounds of Palatka. The usual Norman DuDose
resident
association a of
terest In the
press decision The hard battle Icy Gainesville, Fla.
fought
for the use of convicts game was a
government good preliminaries are promised Reno, Starke's colored
will be section la
meetings. The surprise be- "
four-round
A preliminary
noticeablefor Re-elected first vice president
throughout being
;
federal aid project. GeorgeB. ,
announced .at the banquet Friday upon a tween J. D. Harter Starke and by Mr. Prevail. being held In the county jail on H. M. wl
I Newport
Hills of Jacksonville a mem- the lack of penalties on either suspicion of being connected with Tampa, Fla. $ s+?
night Frank Harris, Jacksonville endedIn team. Live Oak sent a sportsmanlike Re-elected second vice presi '
,
ber of the state road department FLORIDA CONTINUE! the dynamiting of Emma Hughes'house
I has already advised Mr. Campbellthat a draw. GAINING POPULATIONLife team and they are to be'con- in Reno dent. J. R. Lotion, Leesburg. Fla.

j CONGRESSMAN R. A. GREEN the necessary permission will The other scheduled four-round gratulated on the brand of football Officials early Tuesday evening Newly elected secretary and ,
of the
town and
WJAX fight was tailed off on account of which they played. treasurer H. J. Clause, Sanford.Flag
SPEAKS OVER likely be obtained although no authorization race ahead of death during county are endeavoring to trace
for the work was made the fighter failing to appear. July In Florida with live births Alvarez was the mainspring of [ the dynamite but at the

It has been' announced that : by the state road department In The six round semi-final be- i numbering 2.085compared, tothe, the Tornado attack, being a consistent strongest evidence agalnllt'present DuDose The board of 20 directors was

Congressman R. A. Green Is to its session this week it Is under tween Strickland, Starke, and 1,437 deaths according to the tarblee ground gainer throughoutthe U the fact that be bad been workIng elected from the membership
Harding of Palatka failed to take Howard edu the association throughout the ;
give series game. Moore'a
a of addresses over stood. just released by the state bureau on the Seaboard' extra a
WJAX place on account of a dIsagree- cated toe also cost the visitors gang state. :
municipal radio station at i of vital statisticsThe percentage where he 'could have obtained the
Jacksonville! .- CIRCUIT COURT ment with the manager on the sum different this July however good many yards, for his punts explosive. One of the most Interesting
of money they were to receive. and kick-offs kept the ball in the events of the entire was J'F
The first address was deliveredat AT MACCLENNYJudge 1 I. not as great a* that of the The stick of dynamite was laid program
the station's main studio Thurs The management announced similar period during 1929 with visitors territory most of the time. on the ground under the rear of the annual banquet and ball,

day night at 7:30 o'clock, and con- A. Z. Adklns State's Attorney that hereafter the boxing bouts births 2,083 and deaths. 1378. John Inman a substitute end the shack and the explosion wrecked which took place Thursday evening -
tinued will be held at the armory every waa In every play that cam his October 9 at Keystone Inn.
for Of the 839. white
a 15 minute period. H. V. Knight and membersof and the 598 the back of the room Of the
two weeks Instead of every week and played like a veteran. Bill The banquet was served at 7 a
way
colored deaths
Congressman Green in his first the local bar have been attend- the largest toll structure tearing a bole through
peech discussed recent World ing the fall term of circuit court the bouts starting promptly at was taken by diseases of ttl% circulatory Tlson second-string halfback rack- the roof. Had It been' properly o'clock, during which speecheswere

War Veterans' Legislation and for Baker county In Macclenny 8:15: p. m. system the report shows ed up some good ,yardage for the tamped It would have wrecked the made by the newly elected'

How to Obtain the Benefits the this week. Civil cases were being while the state was entirely free Tornadoes. entire building and likely Injured officers/ and visitors present After

announcement stated. The other tried Wednesday and It was HIGH COURT SFFi11MKitlCiiIRD4ON from mortality from smallpox. Captain "Gator" Inman Stern- some of the occuoanta crowded .In the banquet member and guest ;

ddresnes will be Recent Spanish thought the term would last SENTENCE: : Other aids of theGrim ReaDer berg and Brownlee played an Inspired the front store -DuBose had been- proceeded to the dancing pavilion '+

Wa, Veterans' Legislation and through this week. were heart diseases, nonveneral game on the line, breaking loitering near the building a short on beautiful Lake Geneva, where

How to Obtain the Benefits; Flor- = S The state supreme court Tues- diseases of the pleitltourlnary system i up the Bulldog' plays right and time before the explosion shook I they enjoyed an evening of dancing -

wa Cross-State Canat and Rivers TO OPEN RE8TACRANT day affirmed conviction of W. G. and nephritis. The mortalityrate left. Roblnson'a generalship at the town and Was arrested shortly music being furnished by an a

and<1 Harbors Projects In the Richardson of Gainesville sentenced to Infants under the age of quarterback' wee one of the high after orchestra, from Green Cove t'

State t ; and Civil Service .Retlre- F. W. Rosaer who has previously to serve seven years la one year was lets during July this spot of the gam- .... S Springs The pavilion was deco- f

rat Legislation and How to Ob- operated the 0 Boy Restaurant prison at bard labor on a charge year than last showing 121 as Live Oak possessed a real star PLANTING rated In a manner appropriate for;

Government Positions Thru near the station has secured possession of manslaughter. compared to 147 of 1929. In Captain Brown, one of the fastest CARLOAD OF Ilt'LIIM the occasion.

,the Service. of the building next to the Richardson a constable, shot e. back ever seen In this neck of Taylor f

: City Barber Shop recently vacated and killed George F. Mason his STORY TELLING: HOUR the woods. It wa*'he who blasted Dr. R, P. of Jacksonville ANJR" ,!H.t. STORE TO MOVE '

M.ACHUA; COTTON REPORT and will open a restaurant brother-in-law and a Justice of the Starke's bop for a win wh.n he who own. a pecan grove a short

there within a'few days. peace on June 7. 1829, following The education'committee of the made his spectacular run distance northwest 'of Stark, hada W. H. Andrews Jr., will move

Uwtey. Oct. I4j-AnnoncementM an argument over a land deal Woman's Club of Starke will inaugurate James West a Live Oak halfback solid car of bulb shipped In his store from the corner of Ninth S''"

,,M made today by R. E. Blanch- records In the case showed. a story telling hour for received a 'sever cut over Monday for planting on his place and Walnut'streets to the store

special agent representing the Richardson was tried on a, children. Stories will be told from his left eye In a collision with an- adjoining the grove. Dr. Taylor next to the Gaiety Theatre. It wa

Bureau of Census at Washington, charge of first degree murder but 4 to 5 o'clock every Saturday af other player. This was the only has two expert. In bulb growing learned Wednesday Mr. Andrew 4 it

leaf he ha* been notified by the _d. the Alachua county circuit court ternoon. The first meeting will Injury of the game that was -very who will do tb. planting and care expecting to be In the new location. ,

bureau that (80 bale of jury found him guilty of man- be held Saturday Oct. 18tb. The s.rlou.. for the crop. Wall there are several by November 1st." Thin ,building: j
;!:
He appealed to the following program-will' be given f .growing bulbs lntaU section remodeled i
n was alnn.eS In 'Alachua1ocounty slaughter. Coach Loveir* protege showed was recently by 'Mr.Woodbrldg .-

from the crop of.l.S0 priM Mr. and Mrs. Henry Howard. state supreme cOII'rt. The Story of the A, B.'C'*. a'mark.ct.llDpr .ment over,'their; non bavc'gonajnto.tbe; ; .adustryoa *.; a.i new plat glass ,

tOber *. ." ompared with !Starke. son October.11th.t : :, Th.'decl.loD*of th&hlcbcotlrt; Autumn poems.-mtTt gam wtUiJaspfr r a w* k,* v>,Jhe a* larger scale.:although, plant. ? front b iog built la and a sky. llgnf ",

in bales lna. Mr. and'Mrsl-Walter' Matthews. 'was'written' by Justice Ellis'and A.namber short ftortea which : Idgs'bavi'4emoostratedthat. | jhoil 1>>*Ins Installed for additional ?
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October
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'.. Brooker;'daughter-Oeotber- .--13th.-,., war concurred. JAby the /nil. I i I adapUU to crop.- light."II A '(I Irl

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:; the edge of the gutter that Is nearest -: guard against losses. Ha does all Brook v1lJe Weeks I
than that lie can to protect his crops Corp., ''
the cow: a little higher I capitalized
t1 I,'.. \ I the edge next to the alley so,that and hIs livestock from, disease. It granted charter of at $10.001 I

rf FARM NEWS SECTIONConducted DAIRYINGS the cow will gradually step up. Is Just as Important to protect rerlT A. A. incorporatjo

.. r When It comes to selecting the them from fir*. It Is even more lug building back ol A p htlh

I : ---.- stanchions, any number of styles Important to protect dwellings. Of I den's store for manufacturo .
j I-L.;: D. Car, V. L are available. The stanchion most the people who lost their lives In sausage. II

,. : By te_ l BM.aw....- popular perhaps, hangs on a swivel fires last year It is estimated that : Plant City

', Dr. r..ca graduate of Ontario at top and bottom. It Is madeof one-fourth or 3600 were residents 'tile Co.. Inc., Sowart Meer":

I'I'l MISS PEARL JORDAN, Home: Demonstration Agent i veterinary Veterinary work.Colege.189lThtrty-elgbtyatlr Eminent autboirlt.u.-.s. : 06 steel and has a wooden lining of farming communities. granted charter capitalized of at $$1,001'

l t 4i : : .. raising of dairy cows, other livestock and poultry. Nationally' This is quite an advantage over "It is suggested that every farmer Jacksonville incorporation O. ,

, JIOMK AGENTS SEEATTRACTIVE I- known loetnrer.writer.... untlonr. J the rigid stanchion because It allows make a special effort during erected Shell Oil Co".. T. kao"
,,1: Vetch And Peas e MODELROADSIDE the cow greater freedom. A fire prevention week to eliminate tlon at southwest corner filling air
I /, MARKET Article IX waterproof should last eight to ten slip chain tied to a double post is the fire hazards from his premises. son and Roberts of Jete

Show Vast GainIn TUB DAIRY BARNA years. They are harder to keep also comfortable.As A time should be set aside In Arcadia Floating streets

Gainesville, Fla. That farm FOOD FACTORY sanitary than cement, It is true. a final touch to a model which, to make a careful surrey of Ing constructed by county dredge vat
West Florida and home products can be attractively Cement will cost little more dairy barn have two or three box all the buildings and an inspectionof on Peace River. for
{, AItt ; offered for sale at very road- I'ubllc In IntcreHtnl in How MilkIs than lumber in most localities It stalls depending upon the size of all equipment. Any lire hazard
'I'Y In Produced! Hence the Laws Is longllved and easy to keep clean. the herd. They are Invaluable for found should be eliminated at -
shown a re-
side was
Gainesville, Fla.-Five years mfrfcets Which Regulate Dairies.It The objection to cement that It is sick animals and for pens in whichto once. -
cent demonstration before Florida
II ago vetch and Austrian peas were demonstration -- cold and causes udder trouble can place calves. It possible the "Defective chimneys stoves
home
yi scarcely grown as winter legum- county and Is not my purpose In this ar- be overcome by putting a layer of stalls should be In another part flues and furnaces together with

}\;:\'} fy rothe' inous cover crops In Florida. Four- agents. at their annual conferencehere. ticle to discuss in detail the var- cinders under the cement and using of the barn, away from the milk- hot ashes and .sparks from chimneys -

\#1"/0., teen county agents in northwest ious regulations which are in effect plenty of bedding. In laying ing cows were responsible for approxi-
) model roadside market, bear-
,\y.. ;I IIaC .t i; Florida reported about 200 poundsof A Pod an4< all over the country regarding the floor the surface of the cements mately one-third of the farm fire
!I a! seed being planted on 10 acres. Ing the name, "Pepper dairies. Doth public demand and : left rough to prevent slipping. losses. It will be time well spentto
that would
r material OIL EMULSION IS c
built from '
''t* At a recnt conference here those city ordinances are demandingmore In the stalls a wooden platform see that the heating equipmentIs
I' feelf at farm MADE BY BOILING
nothing
; reported to J. Lee I cost practically expensive barns in order that cork'
county agents Is a good thing, or better yet In good repair the 'sheds properly -
heacdiaa with
dressed STIRRING COLI
I Smith district extension agent homes, was nicely every possible safeguard may be brick on the cement foundation i OR care for and the roofs pro-
contained
that about 138,740 pounds of vines and shrubs and a thrown around the milk, from the 'in the cement stalls tected from sparks.
f tabh grand display of seasonal vege- building Gainesville, Fla.-Citrus grow-
I seed enough to plant 5,500 acres cow to the table.Tberefore. .
tazles fruits and fruit juices there should be a slight depressionnear ers who plan to use home mixed "The use of open lights, the Ig-
I r have been ordered up to October cakes home' 'canned goods and the dairy barn next the manger so that cows may oil emulsions for the fair cleanup nition of rubbish and litter smok-
'S'Vlft'iri'ieatina 10 this season. Mr. Smith believes to the home Itself Is the most Important -I reach their food easily and not mix it'by either'the cold ing and the careless use of
other farm products. may
I many
r that the total seed tonnage planted -
f Such catchy and attractive signsas building on your farm. It,,slip to their knees. The rear of the 'stirred 'or boiled method accord- matches are some of the other
the 14 counties
this season In you are building a new barn there to allow of fires which
"All the richness' of country stall has a slope also Ing to E. F. DeBusk extension causes the. farmercan
will go over 150,000 pounds, since and milk contained are a few points you ought to keepIn drainage so that'the cow Is stand citrus pathologist-entomologist. prevent. ,

; D the cover crops can be planted as In butter this cake eggs" "Squash that tired mind. It will save you possible ing on the level. In using the cold stirred meth- "The farmer must rely largely x
rk late as November. " "Get trouble and expense later. If your, Concrete mangers .are ,fine be- upon his own efforts to protect his Smileat
t.l that Last fall about 110,000 feeling 18 Carrot gold. od put 8 pounds or 1 gallon offish .
Ir poundsof present barn Is not what It shouldbe '
cause they can thoroughly cleaned. property from fire and the great
the s "Lettuce oil soap in 5 iron
i from pepper a gallon pall
+ j seed about 4- your pep the
p'it were planted on changes can be made which ;
Put removable between est results be obtained directing
; "" usedto a partition can by -
500 and about keep well, and the like were 'and stir vigorously with a wooden
acres, produced i will bring It up-to-date. each manager so that the animals these efforts toward fire Ache-
'20,000 tons of material or label the various products. paddle. Add 2 gallons of paraffin
8,500 pounds green Since the Plans for the market were out- Let us assume you are buildinga will not get Into each other's teed oil 24 or 28 degrees >Baume, In prevention through the elimination -
} yield of per following acre. the lined by members of the State new barn. Walls of hollow tile The reason for making them removable small quantities stirring each time. of tire hazards. Fire protection -
crops double and cover Home Demonstration Department, or concrete blocks are popular be- is to permit flushing out After all the oil has been added where it is possible to ob- Ordinary painshead..

sly. 4'H ruple crops was that of nearby check even quad-plots, and the model will soon be duplicated cause they are fireproof and they the manger with a hose. A simpler, and has disappeared from the top tain it, is very desirable and in ache and neuralgia, muscu.

Mr Smith believes that a ton of in the 83'i counties having provide for the free circulation of way of keeping the cattle from, slowly add 1 gallon of water, he cases farmers hav5 organized to lar pains, functional pains,
.thel, green material Is equal to a home demonstration agents as air thus making the interior dry getting into each other's food is to purchase fire fighting equipment." the headache and congested

ton of average stable manure in well as at other points. and warm. There Is practlcaly no run two or three iron bars across said.The boiled formula consists of feeling of a cold in the

results. By handling only products of expense for repairs and the wall between each feeding section. By putting'2% gallons of paraffin oil, 1 head-how quickly they

In former years only miscellaneous guaranteed quality on attractive lasts a long time. Now, very satisfactory building the feeding platform on a gallon of water, and 2 pounds offish disappear when take
wall can be made of lum level with the top of the manger HEADACHERELIEVED you a
H crops followed the vetch and displays Florida farmers and farm oil soap or 1 pound' ef hard tablet or two ofDR.MILES'
ber. In that Inner and 'the food be pushed back eas
case an can
peas, but last season farmers almost women can keep a steady special soap in a kettle and bringing themto
: entirely chose to follow them trade through the roadside mar- outer wall Is advisable to provideair ily. However, by; building the man- a, boiling point. While the mix-
u that might oth- space, with tar paper betweento ger about six Inches higher than ture is hot It into . QUICKLY
ket' with products pump another
,quickl with corn and other major crops.
nIB I'll
) hnIi Yq.t.11.
make it warm. the alleyway we prevent dirt and a-
tells Even though such a large amountwas erwise go unsold Miss Isabelle vessel and back and forth until ;quickly correct the
Stone or brick can: be used In dust from the'lloor mixing: with
Molly planted last year Mr. Smith Thursbjr extension food and marketing the free oil on top has disappeared I digestive disturb.ancearemovestheIns -
believes twice as many farmers agent stated. walls and they will stand like the the food. In building a cement and an emulsion has formed. Either -I __ -
ir Tra' will plant both large and small rock of ages but beware of a solid manger be sure to have all corners of the above formulas may be tetttnal poisons, ana sick headache: Dr. Miles' Aspir-MInt I is tilt
A l wall with no air spaces! Cement rounded to make the cleaning modified if desired, he added. quickly Your whole sr*> new stable, mint-flavored tablet
: acreages this season. He offers BEEP TEST HERD! IS or concrete Is the best for floors. easier. SELIMINATE - tem enjoy* a tonic effect constipation that Is making people all over
i the farmers' own reactions as OBTAftED BY STATEEXPERIMENT & vanishe .and feel renewed' the country "Smile at the Achi
Dirt Is the cheapest and comfort- The building of a gutter is Important : HAZARDS you
n. V1f proof of the value of growing manure STATION able for the cows but most unsanItary from the standpoint of AND REDUCE LOSSES vigcr. Avoid bromides and dope 15c and 25e at your drag&tonYOL'
the cover they and harmful:
( crop way.FARM are depressing
In case of disease a dirt cleanliness. A width of sixteen FRQM FIRE ON FARMS i, OFT RELIEF:
y All Druggist 26e and 75c red pkgCARTER'S
Gainesville Fla.;To show the floor, cannot be disinfected. Wood Inches and a depth of ten or twelve -'
value of breeding a purebred bull or cement gutters help some, but Inches Is recommended. Too deepa Fire is a mighty fine thing whenit 13KPH&S OR :'OUR MONEY SACK

f i I WRUF PROGRAM to Florida" scrub cattle the Flor- at best dirt Is a makeshift. gutter may cause the cows to is where you want and need it,

"The Voice of Florida" ida Experiment Station recently A tightly constructed wood slip and injure themselves. the but it Is anything but good whenIt
purchased one of the best young floor, with air space underneath to game time they should be of such Is where it is not wanted and

-- Hereford bulls in the Southeast keep the wood dry and with coal depth that the cattle will not standIn hould not be. October &-11 was the TELEGRAPH
Oalnesvlle, Fla.-Talks featur- and 10 average scrub cows. tar between the planks to make It them with their hind feet Have observed as lire prevention week

1f ing Florida farm problems will be The 16 months old bull weighs throughout the United States.'ThisIs
broadcast over WRUF, the state over 1,000 pounds, and was purchased -
a mighty fine Idea, but
every
f sly Juudyf de station each day from 12:15: to from the Seminole Plantation Alma Rubens Predicts week should be fire prevention OFFERS ITS READERSTREMENDOUS

Cano 12:45: eastern standard time, dur- Donald onvllle. Ga. The week. The following facts sent
4 ing the week beginning October J 25th. is from
bull. Repeater New out by the United States Depart-
Iwi 18, The talks as announced by the double Repeater breeding on the Crop of-Writers, ment of Agriculture are still of
Florida Agricultural Extension dam's side and direct from Bon-
interest although fire prevention
i r In eg Service follow: nie 7, at one time grand championat week is past
..iotarte Sat., Oct. 18-Florida Farm the International Live Stock
"The fire waste for last year
i .* o News and Hints U. S. Farm Science Show, on the sire's side. He carries has been placed at IS70.000.000

k't .9 Snapshots blood. of Bonnie J llth .and and It Is estimated that $150,000- A 1 0t, .
Mon., Oct. 20-Preventing a'' Bonnie J 18th.Commenting. '
000 of this
Livestock Feed Shortage--J. Lee I on the project, Dr. rBr-s losses from amount fires on represents farms. It appears the- WHY PAY MOI
IL Dt Smith. A. L. Shealy head of the Animal
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r the I { that the losses from 'farm
sane Tues., Oct. 21-MaJor Insect Husbandry Department stated sa ;za 1v'
fires are increasing each and
year
f\, c ondan Troubles of Northern Florida Horticultural that the bull would be bred to the little
ant of}) ; attention has been given to
Crops-J. R. Watson scrubs, and that high grades and c the problem."In .
;
alto. Getting Pecans Ready for MarketW. purebreds would be added to the this day of competition the ON THEIRMAoruiiiis
iP, M. FIfleld. herd from time to time. Besides American
1 dAa farmer finds it necessaryto
+. ..ndrt Wed., Oct. 22-Managing Poultry showing the value of breeding a Er employ business principles and
to Get Winter Eggs-Norman good bull to average cows, the new

R, Mehrhof. The Florida National beef herd will also furnish cattle

vt, W.3 Egg-Laying Contest E. F. of known breeding for feedings,
Stanton., grazing and fattening experiments.
Say it with Flower.
Thurs., Oct. 23-How, When *
repX'i'iii and Why to Home Cure Fork-Dr. Feeds may be awfully high.next ..... .. ... r.
A. L. Sbealy. spring; save bay, and plant 'oats. N
luMii Fri. Oct. 34-Some Dairy Ob- and 1'18 this fall. Flowers For All

; a servations in the Drouth Section
Hamlln L. Brown. The ExperI- The only hen worth listening to OccasionsGERTRUDE >'ouCanHaveYourChoiOf

ment Station Dairy Herd-C. E. la the one that says it with eggs. .,_u. ... .. .. .. _..

Dawson. Perry Pine .Level Sunday GODBEY An FIVE '

Large Water tank cleaned school building dedicated located ANDERSON MAQ&INES oti2
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and painted. near here.
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COFFINS & CASKETS AN attached i to (kit.ff.,.You on sctoclty

souas 0 And a Full Line ofUndertakers' .bey.. your choice of' sny 8 of' ......

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Supplies The coil I It ]just e trifle of their" sdu.' NfE D ttctr

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"The talkie playwright must be marked with as Z balew.N. ..
Artists to Meet I able to appeal to millions simultaneously ..
Their Demands where the stage author -

: only! had to appeal to hundreds. al.erf.F.D -
i 4 York "The stag. was a class product .Tim snd
.. New Clty..Th. talkies *.rrevolutionizing1 opportunity\ for no 'few-
1 : plays music and tion for certain types of people going end Tq,procrastinate In securing ?i-_.tnt_

' lyrics. A new technique, all sound, : to certain types of plays shown but adequate fire Insurance protection / e A__1'1....."...... Qn.Q .........r.......
1 i must be devised ss a result 'everywhere for plctxirfs there, which mast are H a universal !- for your property is to remain exposed = / e B...........Oast{. C Medea.R.-.raal.t.
' So says Alma Rubens, famous ; music : to financial! loss-afcer a fire Capper Turmtr
appeal. The tool n .intend
s -a It Jfat"Fir-Pltry.DH
r! ;, , stage and screen star, who thinks The is too late to insure.,
1 must. be something new. QTIxC.ulrTl
1 ; that a new crop of writers will noisy rhythms are oat of date. Let us help you 'no" CD strengthen leor.wb. rot. 4 ,_..| e Jf..u.....,.
r spring up to meet the new de- Sweet ballad types that paint a I your protection with sound stock D E".ryk mands Just as a new crop of scenario beautiful picture' in a beautiful fere insurance. TIM Farm"....... C Paple'.Fopularlao.IW
writers sprang up in Hollywood way something delightful for a HAROLD e r.i...b .
twenty : C. WALLINSURANCE a Ou"-o. 0.y-'-' "
years ago."The dancer or singer to visualize are .
s silk ..., + requirements for the'new favored. 'Down the River of I e 0-1__Rag. D ata.aora r.ulerv J"11D
r playwright are different and far Golden Dreams' does this to per O Co.'s aw... ..m....... rmtmlot
ilk ilkI more varied than those of the playwright I fiction, telling the world's sweetest I: eu-.CIrdo 'C.r ..-..w.rla.
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RIn.4Y. OCTOBER 17. 1030 BRADFORD COUNTY TRLKniVAPH. 8TAUKE, FLORIDA PAGE THnE1Q s y
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dent upon, the, railroad to do so. vice and rates that will not per- with railroads I Is permitted to con-

Proper Regulation And TaxationOf As to many of them U Is necessary mit It to compete with the rail- tinue." .t 'l :c

News of Florida in Short Paragraphs that their plant be switched roads where the service of the lat W. L. STANLEY 1'f h1y;

daily. This service has in the past ter Is reasonably adequate or Vice President Seaboard AirLine '

Bus And Truck Lines Is been provided by the railroads where the business offered la. not Ry. Atlanta. On.. Oct. 8, 1930. ' t
Remedy
through their local. freight trains. mfflclent to provide a living wage . '1't';

whose primary function, however, to both the railroad and the truck; St. Augustine-Firestone Tire w.1P;

[LLIVE STATE NEWSTOLD I For Railroad has been the distribution to way (2) and when permitted to op- &: Rubber Corporation to start 4, ,
Crisis
Thinks Stanley stations. of less than carload traf- erate, taxation of the truck by work on new service station at corner ,

,I fle. It'' must be obvious that If state, counties and municipalities of San Marco avenue and Locust

I this less than carload traffic is di- sufficient to put It upon" a parity street.

Editor Atlanta Constitution: I' the earning capacity of the obligors verted from the railroads to the with the railroads, not only in the Fort Myers-New bridge across, '

BY OUR,EXCHANGES have read your recent editorials would weaken the financial trucks, the former can but in few matter of direct taxation but that Caloosahatchee river will be dedicated

.... on the subject of motor bus and! status of every Institution holding Instances Incur the expense necessary will also at least offset the disability soon. w'4'tF'
- u .. _. .,
0 truck competition with the railroads them, and in all probability pre- to continue the local freight under which the railroads Ocoee Dean Rogers Interest

iMBdlson E. Lawton. coun- May of this year and has received with a great deal of. Inter- cipitate a financial crisis. service that they have heretofore supply and maintain their own In grocery business here sold to ;t, 4

agent has completed delivery from Supterlntendent Blitch a est. II.-The American railway maintained and that In the absence rtghta-of-way. while comparable: C. r... Allen.

y high grade registered belt- recommendation for clemency on There can be no doubt about the paid In taxes in the year 19S9. to of It. these plants will not facilities. used by the truck are' Eustts Green Apartments y : ,

aL 180 and bulls in Madison count the ground that bill record is gravity of the situation nor the the national state, county and mu- be> switched as heretofore.The provided and maintained by the I' Exeter street and Magnolia avenue

n it is estimated by those Inueb "100 per cent." The applicationwas Importance of the problem It t t pre- nicipal governments $391,600.00 : Inevitable result of this: state. sold to W. F. Dugan. '

with delivery of these ante tabled until the regular quarterly sents. I beg to differ, however, or $753 per minute. Much of these I would be the death knell to the location After all the vital question 1 Involved Orange Park New Saint v $

number fell below meeting of the board November with the suggestion that apparently taxes went to the support of our In small communities of in this situation appears to Mary's\ home dedicated.

r demand by from 60 to 100 3.Apalachicola..A. railroad managements are not eleemosynary Institution and our manufacturing enterprise requiring me to be not "what Is to becomeof Eustls Foundation laid for ,

alive to the seriousness of. this educational system especially the systematic railroad switching the railroads." but rather "what new canning plant near A. C. X* "1

lead. unusual matter. It must be remembered public schools. In the Southern and their concentration In large Is to become of the publIc and our freight depot.

Incident most that these railroads have been a states with which I am famlllalr cities where switching service 1s I Industrial Interests it the present Purtta Oorda Addition to bo
Columbia countyslbTcco and one which will hardly
ke City- hundred years in the building and It Is the exception to the rule if the always available. Loss thus pro- unbridled competition by trucks built to Woman's clubhouse. .
adopted aleir happen again la life time
have a was
growers that during that ,time enormous railroads are not the largest single ably resulting to these small
Intend to livep Wednesday when John William
slogan and they ,. Investments have been made in taxpayer in every county In which towns both In property values and
Is "Less Nash local fisherman
slogan was returning -
The
to It. their plants and a service per- they operate. population would de difficult to
Quality of from day's work of I i
and Better a catchingmullet sonnel created that both Value .
oasis In char- to a very large degreeespecially estimate
When In Tampa live at Modern-Fire-proof' k
have In the waters
Columbia growers adjacent Apa-
obaccO. acter and numbers represents a In the case of pUblic Remain
.
Railroads( Must Radios Spa-
successful sea- lachlcola. He heard terrlfttc
lust closed a most a very substantial part of our cltllenshlp. service corporations. Is determined ?
for to- noise in the skiff which he VI. There will be no disagreement clous Rooms-Lob-
while the prices was Even If the -
and If
by
on they were clothed earning capacity.
aco were not Just what were exited : towing his gill net in. Upon invesl- with full legal authority for the earning capacity the railroads to the statement that the HOTEL HILLSBORO by and Lounge. Alldepartment'
be well he found has not been nor so open : }
everyone seem to gating that a tarpon managements of these railroads to Is lessened as a result of the revenues motor vehicle
allstled. measuring six feet long and weighing either arbitrarily or hurriedly apply they once enjoyed going to' far as can be forseen. will it ever all the year. Rate Y-y

104 pounds had Jumped Into what they upon first impression the trucks engaged In competition be developed to the point whereit TAMPA'S LARGEST HOTKL: the same throughout -
Sylvester the small boat and the fishermenhad can supplant the railroads In the the year. w"t4 +
Cooke, might convolve to be a rem- with them, it necessarily--
Gainesville Payne and Lonnie to work fast to kill him In or- edy for existing conditions that lows that their taxable value must handling of the heavier or basic "'11('"' yon will mart> friends antI. welcome ; ql
.llaa Sylvester der to l gave their skiff as the big commodities of commerce. The
of Lacrosse are be- possibly would impair the valueof be decreased and the taxes they !MiQN'YoWR
lontgomery fish, within a few minutes time, latter must remain therefore. If
the county Jail charged millions of dollars of railroad now pay materially lessened. This $2.00 to $6.00
ng held In had broken one plank from the for no other purpose than to
of automobile al- securities constituting as they resultant deficit In public revenuescan
'Itb larciny an side of the boat. With the aid of handle this class of traffic; Legally y '
,
have been stolen from W. do the very lifeblood of our nat- then only be made up by increasing sup per day
god to Lacrosse. The pair a hatchet the silver king was soon ional financial structure as wellas the tax burden of the Individual and morally the railroads are en- -'I\: 'l' ;
of
I, Moody apprehended, by deputies conquered and was on display seriously affect the earning ca- and other interest who titled to a fair return upon the :

'ere sheriff's office following Thursday at Anderson Fish and pacity of thousands of our cltl- are now complaining that it has value of their property dedicatedto Official AAA Hotel _
;
the Without it they '
or Oyster Company. the public use.
would be reached the breaking point.
to sens, .neither desirablenor
the two men es-
tt attempt by would wither and die. -' Free Auto 8torage
payment of a bill for gasoline. Just. 1,700,000, Employee tor Guest
therefore the public'permits
ape If. ,
III.-In 1929 our railroads em-
Gainesville E. Halle, agent, Economic Question
the cream of remunerative portion
Marianna-Thincity Is making and A. P Ashurst clerk of the ployed approximately 1,700,000(
After all, while the problem in of the freight raffle to be diverted i4t1
upon'a conservative
mple arrangements for the an- American, Railway Express com- a narrow sense, may be a railroadone men; thus from the railroads to the truck, ;- "Top o' the Town"
basis providing of
a means support
ual meeting of the Florida Hortl- pany here today were recoveringfrom in its broader analysis it Is a : thus materially reducing the earnIngs -
which 'meet, here the effect of drinking'poia' for around 6,800,000 people. The DINING ROOM 4
ultural Society public and economic one. We these of the former. U must prepare
paid employes
ueaday and Wednesday. October oned water Thursday. County au-: should not
4-15. Mrs J. L. McFarlln. preal- thorities said they 'were seekingto our railroads In respect to their the charges of the railroads for the NEW

ent of the local Woman's Club, Is determine how and why the service and charges and even as to money was largely, If not entirely, tansportatlon of the.. basic commodities -
expended by these employes In the CAFETERIA: .:
for the into the'water cooler at ,
reparlng a flower show poison got their earning capacity are regu- communities In which they live of commerce which the

inftors as several-notable florists' their office. Other members of the lated by law. They cannot aban- and went far In the support of the truck; can not handle and may
on the program. It Is exacted : office force said Ashurst remarked don their operations without legal saved here and
rtI find that the cents
business Institutions of those plrvaeupee''e.
1IILL8DOKO
com- H4'nlo. yon at THE Is a )
that more than 1000 growrs about the peculiar taste of the authority while the trucks can munities.To there through patronising the

will attend this meeting from : water and asked Halle 'to try It. discontinue their service at their trucks with their high-class business -
lessen the earning capacityor
II parts of Florida. He also said he noticed peculiarities. convenience. It Is therefore ap- spending of these men, will be translated Into a loss L. B. SKINNER C. J. JACKSON ,
power
Within a few minutes Ash- parent that on account of these represented by dollars, through .
as a result either of their being President Manager
Altha-W. L, "Ted" Richards uret was taken violently ill. He restrictions and regulatlnos the dismissed from railroad service or 1 the necessity of the railroads In-

t this place will try for the wall removed to the Alachua coun- final\ solution of this problem lies the curtailment of their ability to !, creasing their rates on all that

orld's endurance record in guitar ty hospital when convulsions and with the people acting through earn a reasonable wage throughthe : will be left to them-In the main,

laying beginning' 6 a. m., Oct. partial paralysis followed. Halle their duly constituted authorities, necessity for their employmentby low grade articles of commercenot -

jth here. lie previously set a rec- !' too was removed to the Institution, and that the managements of our the railroads no longer exist- because In any sense they will

rd of 75 hours which was later although not so seriously affected. railroads, upon their own Initia- desire to retaliate but. through
ing, because the traffic which they .
roken and a new record of 100 'Both were,, reported greatly Im- tive, except within a very narrow formerly supervised has to an ap- the dire need or providing for I v'

ours established. He hopes to proved yesterday* compass, are powerless to controlthe I preciable degree gone to the themselves a living wage.
tak this. Richards will begin situation.For In the beginning of r'
trucks, must find Its expression In VII.-I said "t ''i
thumping of, the, guitar at the Clermont-i Johq, Tankerley. a these reasons every phase reduced flnandtfl returns to the this letter that would only present I MAGAZINESl ,

Itha drug store. Vocal concerns, 13-year old student In the Mas- of the situation should, as the I farmer tho landlord and the such reasons against what I cone +

lendly! to the attempt will as- cotte school suffered fatal Injuries Constitution is attempted to do, merchant. velve to be this unfair competl- rs P' 1 f

st tho contestant. yesterday when the school bell fell be presented to the public to the I In addition to the meo directly Ion by the truck with the railroads S0 __ ,

from Its derrick. The lad was sitting end that after being thoroughly [employed by the railroads, mUllions as appeared to me to directly v AI EVER before tad probably sever again will t

Chipley-The cotton ginning under the derrick as another advised Its verdict may be right of others are indirectly pro- affect the public interests I 1V. f l the lubicribcn of this paper be given the ,

/aaon In north and west Florida boy rang the bell when, without ous and In the interest of all peo: vided a livelihood by them. Our shall digress just for a moment to %, opportunity of this unheardof bargain. ?-. v<

j about to come to a close with warning, the heavy bell clashed pie. Therefore, I gladly accept: coal and iron mines our furnaces, give; one reason that may come on Either 'of thee offers carry a variety of high claw prv

me of the most successful years down through defective timbers,, your Invitation to record through,: steel locomotiveand the border'line of my original In- publications--enough reading for the entire family '
our ,
plants
our
for a whole This ia limited
i year. s offer ao send ii.
ince 1910. In West Florida es- breaking TanUerley's left thigh your columns my personal views. .I car builders, 'our saw mills, entlon. The railroads provideand your order TODAY. very )I';! t..

edally, the season has been suc- and inflicting an ugly gash on1 his I could not possibly In a communication )I and even our farmers who In their maintain their own rlghtsofway "
essful. The Chipley gin has been rushed to the as short as this must The which the
scalp. .The boy was off season supply them with cross ; way over BARGAIN N*. t o
very busy place the past few hospital In Orlando, where he died of necessity be, treat the subject 1 ties, find In the railroads one of trucks operate Is furnished and ''e

keeks having so far turned out early today. The bell was hung on exhaustively and I ,shall there I the -best If not the -best customer maintained out of the public rev A ::::s'; i 1 pest ALL SEVEN t ;
cir rr r
early 2,000 bale of cotton. This a tower supported by four posts, fore do no more than endeavorto I tor their products:' Our railroads enues. -To maintain their rtghtsfway ..u.i-...>.!...
s considerably more cotton thanu and underneath was, a platform outline In short paragraphssome occupy such an Important place in and structures the railroads ..Uo_iM_ ...*....., t awl } + t '
been ginned there in anyone on which the young victim was of the fundamental objections 'our economic structure that 'no spend annually around $3- .er '_n." I rm 81::
AND THIS NewsPApeR $1 -
eaeon in twenty years. seated.: The tower was not attached as I see them to a public harm can come to' them that does 300 per mile or approximately U 7., Ow Yea -

to the building but built In policy that permits the unfair com- mot damage almost every line of cents out of each dollar of their ;

Fort Myers Robert Battey.ho the yard. The Mascotte school petition which in my opinion 'business endeavor cross earnings. Nothing that the BAnoAm' ;H. I ;

was lost for several days re- building was erected a few years now exists between motor vehicle .' Death Kneltto Town I trucks pay for the privilege of operating -
... ..,....
and railroads. I shall
carriers our
tally In the wilds of Everglades ago. V.-In many of oar small towns' over our highway approxImates AA..bs.a Ttmm iiri.. Jiii.. 1 y..wb ALL BEVEK)
hea he wandered away from his' not discuss the destruction of our manufacturing enterprises have' this one Item of expense of =actr' I rise s
highways built with public funds, : I ? FOR ONLY :i
amp while on a hunting trip died -Subpoenas for two 'been established which are the the railroads. A_$... .....err JwuiwI. I pest } I P9"
aat night at the state hospital at witnesses Fred 0. Eberhardt edi- in part supplied by the railroads life-blood of the communtles In Remedies SuggestedI ,,' Pare rim!** I y-rAND 'w9' ,
and that must eventually be re THIS NSWSPAPBK.V 1 .85 u ,r
and S
hattahoochee. His illness tor of the Florida State News at _
stored with from the same which they exist. In few instances shall not prolong this letter toiscusa .. Oa TMV kr
oath were attributed In part to Tallahassee and E. T Hollings- money
if at all, could the truck the remedies for this situation
la experiences while trying to find worth. editor of the South Jack-: source, b'y) the heavy vehicles thatare
:1 handle the raw material used bythese' as they apply to the truck,
la way back to civilization. Fu- sonville Herald, 'were Issued here now eblng operated over them manufacturers nor distribute Broadly speaking they are (1) USETHIS COUPONTTODVY

eral service ,will be held in today at the request of State's At- for private gain, nor. the haiard of to far distant points their finished strict regulation by law of the ACT NOW +

ome. Oa., his former home. Ills torney George W. Walker, for created by these mastodons products. They are depen.a. truck both In respect to Its ser- r
Idow and a child survive. Bat- their apperance before circuit modern vehicular development to =

OF was a resident of this city!! court grand jury to testify regardIng the ocupants of privately-owned ...-.. = YES-MB, KHTOK: BM BMCIMO.._ =

hen lost on the hunt, alleged charges made against cars, for whose personal convenience ; r Name vl :r
modern
and pleasure our ::
Governor Carlton. The men were
Miami- Thls"no" baby mustn't subpoenaed to appear at 2 p. m. highways were primarily Intended. LOOK FOR THEIMPRINT ;; TO'W11. ,r

ouch" stuff goes In sea cow fa miles on Monday. Oct. 20. Judge E. C. These conditions are increasingly Stat. B. F. D. ,
I shall deal almost exclusively : :
too. "Maggie Murphy" and Love and J. B. Johnson, of the sec- obvious createdby U ides w Mil this C.Me .., efi.e ....,-NOW r a i '

ler 150-pound son who is Just ond Judicial district called the the operation with the problem of the carrier ... .................... ,? "
>lat three months old have been special grand Jury Investigationlast ,
than the bus. The
truck rather
having Esther a or merry not sonny battle eats to see all Tuesday bad written after requesting Oovernor Carlton that- latter does supply for short distances T.LIMAr>kf ."u., ."""..,, A FEW POPULAR MAGAZINES CLUBBED <<

service that the railroads
rul, plentiful In their quarters In such action be taken. In his letterto a
ha Miami aquarium. Every time the Judges the governor said cannot economically duplicate, but to ON ALL CIRCULAR ADVERTISING MATTER WITH TIlE TELEGRAPH .
its activities should be confined
eon, makes a grab for grass that "two or three newspapers of b,
this field of operation for which DISTRIBUTED BRADFORD COUNTY The Bradford County Telegraph will be sent for one year
mamma slaps him down and his the state have brought against
Pint Is still milk. The infant manatee state officials, prlmarly the governor It Is peculiarly adapted, and not with any magazine listed below, for the period named for the +

Is the first sea cow ever born Insinuations of bribery and illicit be permitted to extend over with long the price following each publication.

In captivity. It weighed 63 connections with the :Zuta- distances in competition The imprint Is the name of the tlrm by which

Donndu at birth. Capone element." railroads. the printingwas done. It usually in small American. Boy ____-___93.OO McCall'* Magazine _,..__ 2.00
Effect on Public ,, appears f
American Maaazlne .- ____ 8.0O
Motlier's-llome LU
((2
Fort building that I shall endeavor print in an inconspicuous place on circulars.] no,'* Lire (For aU Boy)__ SUM t
Myer w; T. Beivln. 4S, Jasper Black occu- The thoughts year) . _________ 1.75
Lee Mercantile Co., to outline are more In re- Better Home A Garden ___ 1.SO
county farmer tomorrow'willer pied by Cooper '
y'
< the woods bare-handed with painted. spect to the problem as it affects The imprint of the Telegraph Press shows that Child IJfe ... . .. 8.8O Motion Picture 5aralne __ l.7Modern ,'A _ _

only a set of false teeth pair' of Nlcevllle Road No. 10, beginning the public than the railroads because the circular to which attached was done in Bradford Child k-fae (Every) ?'. 8.23 Prtecilln .__. ____' 1.78, t'

"Wctacles and a bathing suit to at this place and continuing I do not want to approach county and that the profit, as well as wage- Chrlotlaa Herald _______. 3.4O Motion Picture Cli __ 1.15, ;,

"real a living from nature for a with paving east to Walton county It from a 'narrow or what mightbe into Cosmopolitan ._.__ .__ BJM OK Poultry Journal ___ I.eo
rear- selfish railroad costs represented goes local channels of circulation Delineator ____ . .. ._ a.OO Pathfinder .
He wll start tomorrow from line will be improved soon. considered a _____ 2.00 ,
the Thomas A. Edison Bridge and Ounnellon Extensive repairs viewpoint. With this explanation ] and helps the county. Etude (for Music Lover . 8.95 Pictorial Review ,__._.- ..00 ''t

a farce I expected to watch and Improvements being made to I submit the following basic observations Farm Live Stock Record. 1.7B Popular Science Monthly ._ ... a+;

blDl', leave. Hee plans to establish local water system. that must be seriously Printing done elsewhere-that which carries Tomes a Stream,.., .__.. B.7O Poultry Tribune __ .__. 1.75, 4

Camp on Pine Island Sound and Coleman Motor Line started considered In arriving at any Just other imprints or no imprints takes money away Good Housekeeping .? S.OO Review of Review ___ 4.00 -

hII signed a written agreement bus service twice dally from Tallahassee and final conclusions In the prem- from Bradford county. Home Friend. .. . ..... _,. I.M icceesful Farming (a

Dot to use any tools or weapons to East Point connecting ises. Ilmueho1401l" (a years) 1.70 J'eAI'8) __-:.____. 1.15
V The American railways represent fanter '.Crekder-Trapper ,. '.00 Saturday Evening Poet .__ ..00
obtaining food and helter ex- with Wing Ferries. I.- Look for the imprint and let those"who solicit f
:vpt: those he make.with his Miami Beach-$(5.000 Anglers an investment in land and lUnstrated Mechanic (a Woman' Farm Journal' (a "
era hands. may Hotel now under construction oa equipment of approximately f J- your patronage know that you favor those who get year) _.. .__ ...--_ 1.75 yean) __. ,_ _____. 1.15

Washington avenue between: Sixth: 000000000. The securities representing their printing done at home.BRADFORD Junior Home ____ . '.00 Woman's florae Companion ILJIS "

Tallahassee.;The; oldest, convict and Seventh streets, will be ready this investment are Literary Digest __. ._____ 5.4O Woman, World ___. 1.80 r

low; serving a sentence In the state for opening about November 15. I widely distributed and constitutean Ladle Home Journal .._ 2.25 Your Home __. .__ 2.00 b

jwiteatlary( at Ralford today Plant City Coast Line railway : appreciable proportion of the COUNTY Note-If two magazines are wanted with a year's rab

Application cleaning up Its right-of-way: assets of our banks. Insurance and seriptlon to the '
to the pardon Telegraph deduct $1.50 from the price dY-
for Ground broken for trust companies, to say nothing of
a Pensacola -
jwa conditional pardon. He : $500,000 home for telephone company the hundreds of millions of dollars TELEGRAPH for the two; If three magazines are wanted deduct $3.00 from 1 .
. 88. andy I Is serving '
. errand a from Hlllsbor- at corner of Belmont and thereof privately held. To Impairthe price giren. Thus The American Boy and American U_.m }'

n.i jth Count7 oa a. charge of as- Baylen streets will coat $1.000- long established' value of these STARKE FLA. line are $8.50 with'the Telegraph one year with each: To*' ;
It assets as a remit or decreasing,
with! intuit to marder Ray : 000 upon completion with equip- caa aecure the three for one each for "
wPPar&' and la'some Instance: destroying --- - -- - - - -- -- - year $5.00.,
Joy4 began his term fa ment. 'J
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';', 'I "'\ : > BRADFORD OOCXTT 'TELEGRAPH. WfAfl1C1S. FLORIDA _ _ _ FRIDAY. '
to 1 AOR POCn ____ _ _ OCTOUER. i., ._
.' I --......- -.-" -. SPLANTINO ,i*'* '
\ :. j HAITIHT. M. UsCIRCLB8 OF FALL CROPS IN Miami Beach_M. --;-= .

:, :. I MEET STATE EDUCATIONAL COMTTEE FLORIDA ADVANCES RAPIDLY BROOKER Bridge and Foundation< eo.....

: \q' from I ) ed work on V.It&rt.
Continued ,
page bulkhead
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Mlas l"erl
i :: '} VtJclgyfIA. Mrs. James Shepard was. hostess *m'' Beach Polo Club dneloe.!, I*(

to Circle No. 1 of the Baptist MAKES REPORT AT GAINESVILLE glade, the entire local production north of Sunny Isle) lIItnt
CasinOITflllC
J. Grime of
and Mr A.
,I I Woman's Missionary Union, Mon- being disposed of by sale to Sapt.
her home markets. Starke were visiting the school one --
day afternoon at on huckster or to nearby !VA.IIES -
> ..,. Anno Canav* West Call street Mrs. O. P. Raymond Twelve -Ai'Vlthout Other vegetables In this section day last week and reported that ftEGlMTi:" FRO,.
Counties UNIVERSAL
: SYSTEM TIO"
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Canova announce In absence of the circle are progressing nicely.' Some peppers the school was progressing nicely.Mr. 11001(1

the arrival of a daughter, leader. lead the devotional. Following Power to Leery Tax OF DRIVERS LICENSES and tomatoes set in September and Mrs. B. H. Conerly of rig boarS of county "0

1 :: 4 born October 8, at Riverside hos- a short business session BEING PROPOSED are expected to be ready for Okeechobee spent the week-end Bradford,- ..cOunty...B' lon. FI Wed"::' I.II"IIIot',

5ii .1 pltal. The little girl baa been : the social hour was spent In sewing > Belief that the only solution to --.--- shipment before Thanksgiving.. here with Mrs. Cornerlv'a: mother, October. ISth, 1 570)(>. wl'h an ,"OOWlar.

S : :* named Mary Anne. There were seven present. the tangled: condition of the state A universal system of licensing English peas should be ready' by Mrs. Mott. pr..nt chairman.3.follow i. : j n" c.r'"'boii.,

Mrs. Canova was formerly Miss The hostess assisted by Mrs. C. A. school finances lies in the shifting automobile drivers, in which all the middle of November. Cabbageand I A. A. Hazen motored to Gainesville t.en. Drew Redd.h Underbill, and j n W'II"; :

S Ella Mae Long daughter of Judge Knight served light refreshment of a considerable portion of the applicants would be' requhed to potatoes have been set and last Friday. son.The board :

and Mr. A. V. Long of Gaines Circle No.3 met with Mrs. O. burden from the county to state take an examination to determine ,should be. ready for early ship- The Brooker school faculty, the the chairman wan and called then ?r, ?r d..rr
home was expressed Saturday by a spe- physical fitness and skill. Is to be r.viMe. the r.Bl.tration '
', ville.ItlUIHiK. W. Alderman at her Monday ment. members of which are: Mr. tollowlnl booka ....
S S.c andS ( name. .
+ afternoon with eight members investigating committee of ,16 urged by the American Motorists The weather conditions have Mrs. C. S. Laird. ]Mrs.! A. F, the r"Ch.traUon books Were:5trIck5 ro"

iAb;!; 4 : I'ARTV present. Mrs Alderman circle prominent educators, who met in Association before the state legislatures -: been favorable this fall and as the eraon, Miss Lola Gainey and Mr. Frank P..I... N... I, I..t.y
M.
; Se leader, presided over the devotional Gainesville with George M. Lynch, meetingthie fall. I lakes have not overflowed and I Lester Sponholtc attended the C. w. George Hradley moved.moved. .

The Afternoon Bridge Club met followed by a short business St. Petersburg chairman. In a recent survey made by the there has been no flooding rains I teachers' meeting In Gainesville John I). ]MeCormck dn....

with Mrs. C. A. Knight Thursday meeting.\ The rest of the after The plan as approved by the association It I IIJ pointed out that:, up to this time, growers have setout Friday and Saturday.Mr. Vry P..t Reddich. %o.moved.a >
afternoon Tit her home on W. .Call in Mrs. Alderman committee and which it Is expectedwill of' T. Adam moV1"J
noon spent eewlng. only 12: states and the District a larger variety of vegetablesthis : and Mrs. L. R. Gainey and D. .Andrew.. .
street. served those present a be adopted by the Florida I Columbia, require a mandatory examination 'I fall than usual. Many have' daughter Miss Lola motored to, Minnie Bohanon c. Beiwant moved..

5githH, Lovely radiance, rOBes were sweet course. Educational Association In Orlando as to fitness and skill planted hardy vegetables whlcn Lawtey, Heilbronn and other Royal Oeor r., moved moved.
placed to advantage In the room, : next month provides for the James O. Turner moved.
feeUkerf V In driving a car. will withstand frost. points Sunday Sam Tyson dead.
; whore the guests played auction : state assuming front 60 to 90
8.
per P.
MUM. A. M. DAUBY In announcing intention of the It Is also reported that approximately !- Tarbroufth. moved.
bridge.< : At the clone of an after cent support of the minimum pro- The revival run by Rev. Jt T. J. E. Yarbroug-h. moved
disa? ENTERTAIN! W. M. V. association to place before the leg- $90,000 will be availablein PrrrlBM % ...
S C. o. 3. II" ,
noon pleasantly spent Mrs. II. gram for an eight months school, Barnes closed successfully last ? ?,? .
islatures this for universal Henry B Rrown .
plea dead
S seed loans for Palm Beach .
Wall was presented high prize. which would call for a distribution Sunday night. Attendance was I John Colllni. dead
tIt'1 Circle No. 2 of the Baptist W. requirement Thomas J. Keefe, county from the federal govern- John Covart dead.
the following
The hostess served of some 9000000. The good at all these meetings and we
M. U. met with Mrs. A. M. Darby general manager, stated that mere ment. About $60,000 of tbla will C. 7.!. Den. moved
guests coffee and pie: Mrs. A.S i present state aid amounts to about hope much was accomplished.: Mary N. Dee.. moved.
: Mrs. 0. Lu Beasley. Mrs. Monday afternoon. granting of a permit without this be allotted to the Everglade section Mra. Minnie Deen, mo ,ed.
V5tht" Z. Adklns $5,000,000 which would call for Mrs. Millie Galney Is vlsltbigrelaU"es >
Q1 The devotional was opened witha examination offers no solution towards it i Is said. S Riley Fin!ley. moved
W. M. Wainwright Mr.. T. B, Mas- additional state and friends in Plant
scripture readrng by Mrs. Darby. support to the extent barring the tfnskllled driver city, Marlon Qlinson moved
sic, Mrs. O. L. Haynea Mrs. N. of about $4,000,000. The to-: DeSoto county with more than Mr. and Mrs. Meeka of Lake I R O Onann moved.
followed with prayer by Mrs. Card. from the highways.The Joe Grime, moved
Eternberg Mrs. II. C, Wall and tal costs of the 600 acrea planted In various truck
City with Mrs.
The minutes of the last meetingwere program amount to laws proposed by the association -, spent Sunday Ca John W. OHsBon. moved.
Miss Mabel Weller. about $12,000,000 : crops expects to have the largest Thomas N.
read and approved also the leaving $3- and Its member clubs will leb Mott. Mrs. Mott accompanied: Lillian V. I.tmbauirh moved.
000,000 to he raised by the shIpping season in Its history. Already them home for visit Umbaugh. moved.
the .5Ict treasurer' report given. counties Include among other things an eye- a ; Mr. Meek I Ueora-e. A. Marcotte moved.
SEW: AND HO CLV11 this through ad valorem taxes.A many cucumbers are In blossom Is a nephew of Mrs. Mott'a., A. N. Marcotte moved
Collection for meeting
t 'rks was light test with the requirement Jonephln Marcotte.
and It Is moved.
expected that
$2.70. survey of the situation approved that any defect be corrected before they, Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Mathenywere niadys Manaell, moved
Members,. of the Sew and So club by the committee follows: will be on the market in small W. O. StrlnBfellow, muved
the business attending to business
After was closed asocial granting of the license. In L
M. C. SI lth, .
S were entertained by :Miss Mln half hour followed during "Your committee of 16 on educational quantities by October 20. The Gainesville last Tuesday aiter-' Stlth movedElisabeth moved.

Oruber Tuesday evening. needs bas made a careful largest acreage planted to any one Allen Yateii. movedPrrrlmrt .
which time delicious punch and minimum salary of $800 per year
of coral vine, roses in study of the vegetable 'la In cucumbers with noon.Mrs. No. 4. Grahan
Caskets financial
,s $ i4KflJ i-; : wafer were served by the hostess' conditions of eIght months ,and of all high L. A. Brown and daughter S P. M.1 Byrd moved.
and were prettily arranged found i in the peppers next, and other vegetables
bowls vanes county systems of R. 8. Byrd movedHrrrlnet .
Mr*. F. F. Flume assisting. schools paying a minimum salaryof Miss Iris were shopping in Starke
), In the home, where the public instruction in Florida and such as squash, tomatoes, cabbage No. H, .....p.o.
Plans were made for circle No. $1040 per year of eight months. last Thursday afternoon. I.. H. BedenbaiiKh dead.
\ guests were entertained. beg leave to submit the following beans, eggplant and English peal S. J. Pitta. moved.
Two to entertain all the circles at Debt service (all forms of current' T. B. Pin holster who teaches in
At the close of an evening spent report of what they believe to be following with smaller acreage Eva Wllllama moved.
a social Thursday afternoon October Indebtedness) and tax collector'sfees
the Santa Fe school attended the Llllle M. Walnwrlg-ht moved.
merrily in conversation and sewing the outstanding facts: Heavy cabbage plantings will Prrrlmrt. No. ..._
23 at 3:30: at the home of are not Included in the cost teachers' In B 1' .
meeting Gainesville
served sweet be made between N. R. .
the hostess a course 1st. Under October 25 and Hpauldlngdead
Mr. O P. Raymond. our archaic system of operation. last week. J. O Williamson dead.
Those Present were: Miss Eunice November 1
to
so as bring this
of tax .
Eleven members were present to assessment 15 counties "An Prerlnrt No. T, New River
Miss Blanche Alder elementary teaching unit to Among those attending the Bap--
Perkins which have high crop maturity around February H Tom Pnrnell. moved. .
4 5test1nS man Mist Madgq. Mlddleton Miss enjoy- .(this meeting.TWENTIETH ability to pay are was taken as the unit of cost..This 1. Acreage in tru k in this tet Association at Heilbronn this I M E. Parnell, moved.B. .
: S S handicapped by lack of actual taxing crops J. Snpp deadPrevlHpt .

( ck1 Florence Matthews, MIss Ethel CENTURY CLUB power. Forty unit Include salaries- of teachers county has been bstantiallY increased week are Mr*. G. B. Colson Miss No. ". nr.......

.. *5 !tem: Griffin Miss Betty Chamberlin, MBKTM though their civic counties consciousness even janitors' salaries cost of supervision .by the help received by Mildred Cone and Mr. T. B. Pin- J Jewell. A. Conerly Conerly.: moved, moved.

tS Mrs. II. C. Hitch. Mrs. D. P. Carpenter was ever so awake, have not the equipment! transporatlon growers from the Federal appropriation -' holster. Mr.. Bell Clemon., moved.
and Mrs. T, T. Long. ability to Insurance and administration."In for farmers-'who suffered Mrs. Amy FaIrcloth and Wilson J. Ollllard. moved.
Bright hued zinnias and other pay the financial demands Ruby Haien. moved.
the
plan the state provides Conerly of Jacksonville Sun-
losses the lasttwo spent
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made year* X.. D.Johns, moved.
AIRS. E. M.\ JOHNS EN TIm. 'garden flowers were used by Mlsa upon them for the 60 to 90 per cent support of the Reports from Hardee day here with relative Verlle John, moved*'
Mabel Weller In decorating the support of a minimum educational county .
minimum T P. Onteen dead.
TAINH AT INFORMAL" TEA program for an eight
party, room of her home Friday program of five months. Twelve months' show that the vegetable crops are I.. T Oateen moved.
school term which would coming Ira W: Plnbolater Jr.,
fine
counties along and within two moved.
A delightful affair of this week evening, when she entertained are facing the iminent call for a distribution of some nine Ronla PlnhoUter.. moved.
disaster of closing their weeks shipping will begin. Straw B T. Stewart moved.
members of the Twentleh Century school fora
Mr. E. million dollars'The estimated
informal by
tea given
was year or longer I berry plantings are progressing GRAHAM Vera Surrency. moved.
4 I M. Johns Tue afternoon from club.After present state aid appropriates f- rapidly and show The board then adjourned to meet t
the 2nd. A critical an Increase over on Friday October 24th,
14, totaling of scores and examination 1910. it
Is four to five at her home on Walnut 000,000 leaving $6,000,000 as the
of the last year'3. I 10 o'clock a. m, for the purpou of
awarding of prize to the winners expenditures In the
opera-
: treet. necessary additional aid. restoring any namea that were erroneously
where Mr*. D. A. Montieth and Mr.; F.. F. tion of the county school systems Hernando county farmers are Rev. Reynolds of Jacksonville Htrlcken from the rtfli.
The. rooms of the home reveals facts which "Total cost of the program we busy with the largest crop of early filled his regular appointment tratlon books.
1 for show
Sg Stump holding high and Mr*. that
the entertained were Q. W. ALDERMAN!,
guest were D. P. Carpenter and Mr. D. A. school funds are being applied offer would be approximately $12,- vegetables in the history of the here at the Church of God, Sunday Clort.
bii decorated with fall
beautifully Montieth for making low the hoa- wisely and honestly and at points 000,000 leaving $3,000,000 to be county. Several carloads or eggplant moaning and evening.
shades.
flowers In harmonizing vitally raised by the 67 counties through have been shipped and it is
ndi Invited to be with Mrs. Johns tess served refreshments. essential to school effici ad valorem Mr. Duffle Abernathy has returned -

S* 'were: Mrs J. T. Guy; Mrs. R. A. The guest were: Mr. and Mrs.D. ency. The following Item will be I taxation expected that soon there will be an to his home here after s

55 & tie Weeks, Mrs. T. J. Griffin, Mrs. M. A. Montieth, Dr. and Mrs. E. I... sufficient to show the validity of I average week. Beans of six to eight carloads week's visit with C relatives In Jack FLORIDATHEATRE
the -
Ciinov1sII XT.! Edwards, Mrs.'J* H. Rltctt. Mrs Biggs Mr. and,Mrs. F. F. Stump, conclusion above stated: Division squash, peppers, potatoes sonville.

S O. Mm. W. E.,Middle- Mi1 and Mrs. O. L. Beasley,' Mr. of expense for operation of cucumbers and tomatoes Miss Novella
J.A Prescott schools in I LA ukrBr' 'will be ready for shipping In King was,the guest
62 about
and Mrs. L. D. Vlnlng. Mr. and counties: Total income

of
ton Mrs. W. H. Halle, Mrs. L. O. two MIss Gertie Johnson .Wednesday
I Mr N. made the base of inn weeks. The vegetable crop in GAINESVILLE FLA.
Sternberg and Mr. and .na. .
Miss Florence Wood. -- - night.
and '
Ray .
cent; debt .1. B. M. eur.:,. Cor.t Hernando county aggregates 800:
h C Mrs. D. P. Carpenter. service 12 per cent; J
S teachers salaries acres, a substantial Increase over S Mr. and Mrs. Claude Saundersand
69.5
CONTRACT BRIDGE PARTY per cent;
l & ((0(1S : the of last son Tommy Rttch and Pauline
transportation 5.8 Mr. and Mrs. I J. acreage year. There are
COUNTY AND nOME DEMON- per cent; administration Hubbard and TODAY
S4s M,.. E. M. Johns was hostessto HTRATION AGENTS 2 per cent; educa- little son of Worcester' Mass., are ,300 acres In eggplant, 200 In Mill and Hubert and Thelma

member. of her contract club ENTERTAINEDGainesville. tional equipment 6 per cent; Insurance guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. beans 160 In squash, 100 tomatoes Brown of Lake Wales spent the "MONTE CARLO"The

and friends Monday afternoon at 1 per cent; maintenance L. H. liii!. potatoes and cucumbers and latter part of last week here with
.
I IS her home. Oct.' 11.-Director and upkeep school plants 4 per MIss Louise Tbede was a visitor 50 In peppers.It friend and relatives.A Season'* Most Entertain
S :' cent; tax collector fee In Jacksonville Is estimated that there will large crowd from here enjoy
c.esS Radiance rose and golden glow and Mrs. Wllmon Newell were at 9 percent: Thursday. : ing Screen Production
all other be 4,000 acres in Martin ed a fish fry at Sampson lake Saturday
expense. Mr. Foster Coleman county
home bas
S S/ OflOI decorated the living room providing Wednesday afternoon honor- Including of returned With
I, i I ) a lovely background for the Ing the visiting county and home lice expenses, janitors' salaries and to her home In Fort Pierce planted to fall and winter truck. afternoon. JEANNETTE MACDONALD\

; II S rkftfor IIs guests at play. demonstration agent who were In janitors' supplies, board members' after spending a,.,few days here .This acreage will consist of pep S Mrs. C. B. Roberts was a visitor JACK BUCHANAN

? At the conclusion of the games atendance at the annual session at salaries 4 per cent. with Mr. aUd'IWsl', A., M. Blanch. pers, tomatoes, eggplant, beans. to Starke Wednesday afternoon.Mr. --
;
: !(5 5 lima bean Roy Reynolds has
3rd. returnedto
potatoes
; : Mrs. J. C. Robinson was awardedthe the University of Florida. Analysis of expenditures ard. etc. The
prIze for holding high score. Mr*. A. P. Spencer Miss Flavia in terms of per capita coat show a Mrs. O. W. Roberts 'little weather has been favorable and his home here after a eeveralweek's SATURDAY

Gleason and Miss variation which is quite daughter, Patsy, and Mrs. E. M. the crop are growing nicely. stay In Tampa.Mr. .
Sfor ))3 Tea and sandwiches were enjoyed Virginia Moor startling.
rk: SiM.J Cost The Plant John Reynolds of "SOUP TO NUTS"The
.Miami is
) per pupils Bennett, were visitors City area has taken
by those present who were received at the front door and presented per year on basis in Jacksonville '
of 'up the Idea of diversified spending a while here with his
I IS aaS' as follows: Mrs. O. L. Beasley the guests to Dr. and Mr*. enrollment varies from $19 to Thursday.Mrs. farming.At laughing picture of the
S' 'ts5t1rd. Rob John J. Tigert $67. School term for present the plans are for a considerable i mother, Mrs. Etta Reynolds. ,
Mrs, A. Z. Adklnn Mrs. J. C. and Dr. and Mr*. elemntary Smun and. Miss Ruth Roberts year

.5 4our3uhll. S inson. Mr. II. C. Wall Mrs. T. B.S Newell. and rural school range from one of Lake, City. ,are visitors at acreage in hardy vegetables -: Mrs. John Strickland of Sanford Added-"F1.IP, TilE FROG"

: Maasle l Mrs. W. M. Walnwrlght, The living room was attractively month to nine month with the the home of Mr.' and Mrs. D. U. for shipments during' the spent the week-end here with he '

and Mrs. L. D. Vining. decorated In cut flower and mingling average falling below six month Sapp. S months of the mid-winter season. mother Mrs. A. W. Broughton.Rev. .

4 II . . there during tire Afternoon Teachers' salaries average from Mr. W. C.; Wooten and Mr. Hal- Strawberry growers, in this area I Taylor of Hampton will fill MONDAY TUESDAY

s MR.. AND MRS. W. M. WAIN were Mr and 101,.. Clayton Mr.: $400 to $1,270. with the general lie Jones were business visitors In are busy setting out plant for the [his regular appointment here at Ann HardingIn

WRIflHT ENTERTAIN and Mr.. Arthur Shealey, Mr. De- average falling below $700, or Jacksonville Wednesday. coming crop. Splendid showers the Baptist church next Sunday

Busk, .J. Lee Smith and R. W. $400 'less than the average salary Mrs. A, M. Blanchard has returned have been falling for the past few morning at 11 o'clock. Everybody .

S Mr. and Mr. W M. Walnwrlght Blacklock.In : paid in the United State The difference home after visiting her weeks and the weather bas been welcome

entertained member of their the dining room a table centered In the real Income and the daughter. Mr*. J." B. Dye 'In Jack. Ideal for setting plants, most of "The Girl of the Golden
which
I.J Isf bridge club Saturday night at their with a silver punch bowl seeming or estimated Income Varies sonville. '' will be in the ground by CEMETERY WORKING
S home. holding from 5 per cent to BO the middle of this month. The Wesf
refreshing nectar was presided per cent. The Ladles aid met at the home -
attractively This difference I I. found _. u__ _. __ acreage this season I I. being Increased
'egr The large living room was over by Mrs. J. Francis In the dif vi .mr.. ji. it. Tneae Thursday afternoon All interested In the Dyal cemetery .
; I arranged for the pleasure : Cooper Mr*. N. R. Mehrhof, Mia ference between 80 per cent collection Mrs. Thede and Mrs. A. and with favorable weather are requested to come Friday. WEDNESDAYMILTON

4rtsS of the guest with quantitiesof I Ruby Newhall and Mia, McQuar- budget of taxes (used) for annual M. Lewis hostesses. During the grower hope to have berries by Oct. 24th and let's beautify the
,
:S colorful autumn flowers.Mrs. rle. estimation) and the actual business meeting, plans' were made Thanksgiving. place of the dead. SILLS

S S 5 J. C. Robinson and Mr. O. A delightful 'Innovation was the collection'' of taxes. for a reception for the pastor, as S. J. Norman.

f I 0 O sf L. Beasley scored high and were Invitation to the guests to come 4th. Economic change occurring well as other social activities. TORNADOES TIE Dorothy MackaillIn

S '5 rpIS each presented a elf L At the out on the lawn where growing in the past few year allure Mrs. D. U. Sapp and daughter BULLDOGS FRIDAY

i. :: close of the games a salad coursewas I flower formed a natural background te pay taxes on the part of taxPayers Dorothy left Wednesday for New (Continued from page 1.)

served the player. of beauty for the ..eat.. and the high percentage ot I York\ where"''Mis* Dorothy Sapp f iiitTEIL' \ )

i ljh SIjI j S Enjoying Mr. and Mrs. Waln An Ice course 'was served by Miss decrease In assessed valuation of will undergo\:Aft, operation Her plays are workln..moother and "MAN TROUBLED

wrlght' hospitality were: -"Judge Lucy Bell Settle, Miss Keown. Miss real estate account Chiefly for the I many friends wish her a speedy defense I II greatly Improved. B. ; OI\MS
:
IoiNo .1 and Mr. A. Z. Adklns Senator and McDavld and Miss Thursby, assisted heavy load of floating;' Indebted recovery. .* S H. S. baa a winning team this )year ,

S Mrs. B. M. Johns, Mr. and Mr*. 0. by Mia Crown Miss Donaldson. ness by the counties. We'llnd I, The many friends of.Mr*. E. E. let' support It, S THURSDAY & FRIDAYMaurEte

.. IO5k L. Beasley- and Mr. J. C. Robin- Miss Green, Mlsa Brownlee. Mr*. that 19 counties have a floating Barney who has been III for the Score by quarter Final score ,

i con. Becker. Miss Watson Miss McCall indebtedness of from 90 per cent past few weeks, are glad to know B. If. S. 0-0-0-4-8 t $! ChevalierIn
S .) and Miss Kent. to JO* per cent greater than the' he la much better Live Oak 0.0-0-4-8 5

S aouS AUXILIARY'l\IEETH Mr*. Newell received her guest total annual Income from all Mr. E. Grlffls was it business visitor Lineup: %m

In an afternoon frock of flowered sources. The annual Interest In Jacksonville Tuesday. Sternberg Right end 'Play Boy of Pari
;, 5S The ladle Auxiliary of the chiffon. Mr charged on current Indebtedness Thomas Rizht: tarfrt.
t I Tlgert wore an ensemble la I The Go When Yen Please Club -- ------
$? Iio* I1k Presbyterian church met at the of beige georgette above $500.000."There .. met at the clubhouse Friday night BrownIes Right guard COMINGRICHARD
Inman
5 S't IsiS S ; 5 horn of Mrs. Ellen Davis Tuesday are other fact of vital October 10. During the business Center BARTHELMES

evening Oct. 14th with Mr*. H. II. P. T. A. MEETS! value and equally arresting in tae hour plan were made for winter Graham Left guard

: E Young the president presiding. study of condition which have parties and other social activities. Moore Left'tackle In

4IS 5 The devotional was led by Mr*. R.F. The Parent-Teacher* Association reached a trials. W* believe the Miss Kathleen t, Blancnard. was' Wainwright Left end "TilE DAWN PATROL"REGULAR

Clark, who took for her topic with Mr*. T. J. Alderman only solution In the problem of nominated secretary aad treasurer. Robinson L. P. Quarterback I PRICES i0
1iEI' "Prayer", from the book the "Mes president. In charge, held its October financing our schools t* to be Those present were: Misses Alvares Left half ;1 PI1D7JP

sage of Stewarshlp." meeting at the Bradford found In the state shifting a very Eunice Whitehead Louise Thede Matheny Cox Right half -
During the business session County High School with considerable part of : Fullback
the the cost of Beatrice Miner, Gladys Reddish -
I. ; definite plan were made for re- largest attendance In the history' county school operation to the Arthurlne and Kathleen' Blanchard Inman Substitute. : Tison for Alvarez }Your'Business r

l '; roofing the church also plan were : of the organisation. state In order that the necessary Leola Fogg, Ruth Rowe and U ilnwrlght. H.E.LAGERGRENlSurveying

\ j mado for a play. to be given- In- the The opening exercise includedthe fund can be raised from source Messrs. L. II. ,HUI. Jr., Pete Bur- Telegraph Pr,... St rfce>. P1 a.

near future. singing of which are not ==--- --- __ _. _ .__
.5 "America the now unduly burden ney Halite Jones, Blllie Edward h __ _____ ____ = Leveling
S Itit04 Mr.'Eva Fernandes b charge Beautiful" and prayer by Dr. Geo. 'ed. Lacy Futch, Howard Miner and ,.

r of a splendid progra'fk on "India", F. Lowr,.. Pupil of the second "It I Is recommended that the Blllie Walnwright. The next meetIng RADIO Mapping Ornamental

k* (; giving the Introductory talk. Miss grade delightfully rendered two state provide sufficient fund from of the club will be held Friday REPAIRING ,

S w I IS L Mabel Weller told of the origin song.' Mrs. Edward Burn read source other than property tax night. Oct. 11,, Miss Arthurlne Garden

IS and religious of the'people of In an Interacting article on Health to pay the cost of a state-wide Blanchard and Miss Eunice Whitehead ALL MAKES DesignaStarke

'j dia. Mrs. H. H. Young spoke on of School Children. Mr. C. A. uniform minimum program hoet.ll es. Fla.

"Christianity! India" and Dr. Futch read an instructive articleon "The plan presented I la baaed on Miss Francis Shu ford left Friday Smith's Service ,
Lowry spoke on the life of Ghandl, the the Station
: Development of the In- average present das room for Saxe Va.. where she will
the political condition In India tellect In Childhood and Youth. cost of all grade school paying a attend school. ..' -

and the probable outcome. The roll call gave the Drl... a Mrs. F. M... Bridge of Jacksonville Authorized Dealer
666
f Sf S : ,After serving delicious refreshments book entitled 'The Harvester".; to standing and special committee was a visitor here Saturday.

5P SIS Mrs. Dart 'entertained with the sixth grade room. Teacher of gave a splendid outline of work: Dr..and Mr: Carradine of Orange !- RoU.v_ H_. *.. .. .eValSI.. ..,
S, piano selection. : Twenty member this grade I Miss Minnie Westing *
S Oruber. already accomplished and plan Park, were visitor here Sat ouse Radios 1. _lees. checks a CoM tse V .
S and visitors were present. The reports of the different for ,work to be done.. , urday. .*:r. aa. ..b..k.lay. 'Malaria I" '"**

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OCTOBER IT' 1030 BRADFORD COUNTY TKLKORAPH. STARKB. FLORIDA PAOK P1VH
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noS7SZFa5p447SrZ,25a5Z525't5'i5 u )In Jacksonville' Saturday as guest COUNTY SCHOOL FUNDAUOTl'ED)11 e+$1f

of Dr. John I Ttgert. presidentof VANJjERBILTCarn .. ( STATE) f
the University';. 'of Florida at ( .i ". Nat Sternberg sea; The stores In ,the city, are mighty.attractive -

the Florida-Auburn football .,ncl( Norman,'tOqr Tallahassee. Oct. 1*. -*-" Each have "
Bits of game and when, you look around them you Just to buy, t;
county's share In the
I $207.176.041 but take all those pretty fixtures away and the goods they sell
Miss Mattle- and brother of funds ?
W. W. Paige Jr.. of slate road Norptan allotment
department bas moved to Jackson-i Frank and Miss Pearl Johnson, public school system for the month [I are no better than what you. get at home. You owe it to your e1 '

ville. Mrs. Paige after visit here' attended the teachers' association was announced here today by the '
NevOur a 't
IDeal home merchant and to your town to buy everything you can
with her parents, Mr; and Mrs. W. at Gainesville laltfrlday and Sat department of public Instruction. r
II. Slruth will join her husband. urday. The list ot allotments follows: in Starke. Every Dollar spent away from home: especially

Quite a number 'of people at- Alachua 16,449.76; Baker, it FF al
Concerning: People, Business and now, hurts more than you can Imagine. Think over folks. I '
I 9'f
tended the party last Friday night $857.06; Bay $1,935.45 ; Brad- ,
All members of the
Progrett of the County and Town. M. U. are requested to Baptist be presentat W. at the home of Mr?..and Mrs. L. L. 1205.06; Brevard, $2.231.99; : ti't *' K

the social Thursday afternoon, Conner given In honor of Miss Lucille . Broward. $2,896.53; Calhoun, $1-

Oct. 23 at 3:30: o'clock at the Johnson of Miami. 249.64 ; Charlotte $516.122: Cit LADIES IUmHHES ONYX HOSIERY ih
d A large number of B. Y. P. U. rus. $873.49; Clay $860.82 ; COl-
ijifiaca&jWKATHEU home of
Mrs. 0.
P. Raymond. week9O.O.1 All the Intent ..h Ml ] S
p. New arrivals < < "
Sunday from Amsterdam Ga. every L
: REPORT -- I members from Wateroak attendedthe lier, $244.77; Columbia, 2464.

where she spent the summer Mrs. C. B. Strickland returned I federation at .Corinth Sunday 86 ; Dade. $16,768.23; DeSoto, $1,- $1. 91.3.1, 9110LADIKH i'
ending': ; October 14, afternoon. 393.36; Dixie. $662.26; Duval. KI.
Week home Monday, after having
branch U. S. For- spent and Halle and childrenof Eaoambta. $7,117.76;
30, by Starke Mrs W. E. Middleton. Miss Hazel the past two weeks In Tampa Mr. Mrs $19,915.19;
service. Mldjlleton and Mrs. W. G. Starke were visiting Mr: and Flagler. $81.62; Franklin, $677.- -
guest of her sister Mrs. N. J. .
Max.. Mln Preclp. Halle visited Gainesville Thursday.Mr. Strickland. Mrs. F. M. Norman Monday after 99 *. Gadsden, $4.191.52; Cllchrlst, Y TR:
Date noon. 123.94; Glades, $278.39; Gulf, .
MKN'SJ/ FELT MATH COATS 6 ,
8 86 62 and Mrs. W. J. Epperson The Vanderbilt boys motoredover $438.25.
t'' 9 81 motored to Jacksonville Thurs- William Duncan, Junior McDonald to Lawtey Thursday afternoon Hamilton. $1.141.72; Hardee A, nice assortment New and<< HI alb-tt ] s y C )
t 66 T Guy Andrews Wesley Stearns ot basketball $419.93 Hernando. -
10 83 day and spent the day. and played two games $1,903.39; Hendry, ;
J t't 11 81 62 T and Frank Mitchell of Universityof the scores being first $820.32; Highlands, $1- 91.SO to 95.0O 1 90.IKI to 921PKTKKH d, ur4

t 82 63 Florida, were home for the team. 14-4 In favor of Lawtey and 458.42; Hlllsborough, 21688. PS! ,
12
1 Mrs. W. E. Middleton Is spend- week-end.
t' 13 83 61 second team, 18-6 In favor of Law- 63 ; Holmes 1911.21 ; Indian c
t ing this week In Stuart as guest of
1 t' 14 80 69 tey. River $1,081.61 ; Jackson $6-
otal rainfall for week .00 In. relatives. !Mrs J. M.Knight has returnedto Remember prayed meeting every 237.55; Jefferson' $3,424.98 ; La- --- 1 M

her home In Lake Butler after Thursday night, and B. Y. P. U. fayette, $63489 ; Lake, 33342. SHOES:

plants. J. 11'. Klckllter. Mr. E. K. Perryman spent last visiting her lon Col. D. E. Knightin every Sunday at 7j30; o'clock. Everyone 27; Lee, $2.155.29; Leon $3- W. I.. DOCGIjAH H1IOKH }
Cabbage -- week In Jacksonville attending to Starke and her brother J. R. welcome to attend.. 535.42; Levy, 1438.88; Liberty $4.$0T for and children 1 i

A. Davis was shopping business Blitch in Green Cove Springs. A $530.98. 612D3up
L.
Mrs Madison, $2,247.47: Manatee
1 Jacksonville Tuesday. Mrs. Fde C. Hayward of Savannah .
Mr Aubrey Mllam of Green and $3,611.96; Marlon. $4,702.96;
Ga., Is visiting her son, Mr. Mllam Produce dealers In Atlanta, RISINGMlu Martin, $669.39; Monroe, $1,836.14 .-

I Miss Eva Rigdon spent Satur- Fde C. Hayward, Jr. Ga., and friend Mr. Fishback were Iris, Mcllar. c.... : Nassau $1,324.71 Okaloosa,
Gainesville visiting friends. the Okeechobee, $562.04; Did 1 sea see \\o s.re .. r
110 guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. $1,674.17; ::
of IN m. !...! mlwktrIlltlo r
Miss Haldee Belle Kennard *
Knight Saturday Mrs. W F. Harnage of Water- Orange, $7,124.02;; Osceola $1- Friday r ...... frit or..
I col and Mrs. A. S. Crews spentIturday Fernandina, was the week-end oak is spending a' few days here 407.60; Palm Beach. $1,991.68 ; K.. ..aI!. .klKrldwr STERNBERG'STHE S S for iHdlrci.....nt 4 + I
.
Weeks.Rev Jacksonville. of Mrs. R. A. ;
In guest Mr. and Mrs. Norman Qatson, with her daughter, Mrs. B. M. Mc- Pasco, $1,612,11 ; Pinellaa $8- hark up Ik. well .IMIVO tko 1 {
and family of Detroit, Mich., have 7322.28; Polk. 11287.48; Putnam tar's RELIABLE STORE d I If....<>.. t %'

I Mr Herbert Hart of St. Auguse and Mrs. 0. H. Guy of moved to Starke and are locatedat Rae.Mr.. and Mrs. G. W. Burney of $2.78382; St. Johns. $2- !

spent the week-end in Starke. Hawthorn were guests of Rev and the Shepard apartment. Mr. Starke. were visiting Mr. and Mrs. 222.44; St. Lucie, 1163.96; San- r y

Mrs. J. T. Guy Monday. Batson is representing the Gulf Lonule Crawford Sunday. ta Rosa, 2441.31; Sarasota, $1-

Mr W..O. Halle was a business Life Insurance Co. Mrs. V. B. Wheeler Mrs. J. W. 649.24; Seminole $2,732.31; STEAM PRESSING COMPANY ,y'

iltor in Gainesville Tuesday. Mrs. Mary Williams and Mae McRae and Mr. John. Wheeler ot Sumter 2141.81; Suwannee ,. '
Jordan visited Lake Butler SUITS CLEANED, PRESSED AND RESHAPED +
ae business Pearl Mrs. A. C. Greene has returned Crestvlew were visitors at II.. M. $2.906.69.

Mr L. H. Hill Monday. from North Carolina to spend the McRae's last Tuesday. Taylor, 1339.67! Union. J. Frank Thoman-Phone 52''

sltor In Starke Tuesday.Miss winter here with her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Reddishand $926.67; Voluslo. 6187.18;
Mrs. Robert Arnett of New York Mrs. B. S. Edwards. She was accompanied children of Lawtey were visiting Wakulla. $1,223.83; Walton $1- : the obligation of retiring all road

Mary Canova spent' Wed- City, a former resident of Starke, I by Mrs. Julia Greene Mr. and Mrs. Tate Crosby Sun. 972.20 and Washington $2,047.- bonds and the state road department -

:.sday In Jacksonville. is visiting Miss Helen Prather.' i who will spend a month here. day. .. 28. allowed to take over con-

Mr. and Hrs. H. H. Lewis and trol and maintenance Of all public
Col. and Mrs. J. L. Frazee were Mrs. J. E. Corpening and Miss fans f '.'Paul and Nolan"are children motored to Green Cove highways outside of incorporated

sttors In Jacksonville Friday. Patsy Brinson visited Jacksonville pleased .to hear them again I Springs Sunday and were accompanied cities and towns, the situation

Friday. each Tuesday evening at 6:50: I home by Mrs. Lewis' mother -' HAMPTON might eventually work Itself out

Full line fresh garden seeds, from station WRUF in a programof I Mrs. M. J. Fonts.. MI. Ads NlMM*. C... and in the long run be more satisfactory

>lon sets, rye and oat seeds. J. Miss Margaret Adklns of Gaines- popular music lasting for a period Mr. and Mrs ,J" D. Dobbs and than it is at present.

Klckllter. ville was the week-end. guest of of twenty minutes. These I Mrs. J. D. Heirs of Ralford were Mrs T. J. Thomas and dau'h-I "One thing Is certain, the state

Miss Lois Adklns. boys have received letters and tele- visiting Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Mc ter, Lorene of Vadosta, Ga., were, road department could hardly be THERE'SMONEY
Senator E. M. Johns and'Mr. T. grams of appreciation from many Rae Friday. the guests of Mrs. Thomas' parents Induced to pave a big mileage of

Brlnson were business visitors Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkinsand parts of the United States. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McRae of Mr. and Mrs. O. Haynes. county roads through unsettled

Green Cove Springs Tuesday Miss Hazel Adkins visited Baldwin spent the week-end here Dr. E. L. Biggs of Starke, wasa undeveloped sections and with no :

Jacksonville ,Friday. Among those attending the Flor- with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. professional visitor here last other purpose In view than to help +
Mrs. Joe Wilson and Col. W. T. Ida-Auburn football game In Jacksonville II. M. McRae. Sunday. increase the value of wild land Q TO LOAN

'e ks visited Gainesville Tues- Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Boring and Saturday were: Senator Mrs. N. D. Green and Mrs. Pearl The Hampton Hotel is progressing owned by some county official.

ay. little son of Waldo,. visited relatives and Mrs. E. M. Johns Mr. and Kearns of Heilbronn section, were nicely under the able manage- Many counties today are carrying IN THE

In Starke Sunday.Mr. Mrs. H. C. Wall, Miss Estelle Kendrick visiting Mrs. 'Lonnle Crawford ment of Mr?and Mrs. Root, form' heavy bond issues covering paved

Mrs.' George Anderson of Law- Miss Loiselle Turner, Miss Monday afternoon.Mr. erly of Lake Geneva. roads that probably won't be need- 1 WANTADS aiP'
1 visited her mother Mrs. W. J. and Mrs. J. 10. Saul and Miss Beatrice Johns Miss Louise Ed- Floyd Crosby and Lois New- The revival services at the First ed within the next 25 or 60

pperson Tuesday Minnie Gruber were guests or rela- wars J. a' Alvarez, J. J. Truby man left last"Thursday afternoon Baptist church of Hampton are years... -.--

tives- in.. Jacksonville.. Sunday.. and Vincent Alvarez. for Plant City af'AfUler points In progressing nicely and much Interest The Herald cannot agree that '"_ '
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Mrs:. W. A. Colley returned
south Florida.Mr. is being manifested the state should assume all county -
and Mrs. G.
Mrs. H. A. Bishop B. M.. McRae and Andrew The Garfield Evans Union of road debts. It does believe how-

K. Lewis spent Monday in Jackson- Barber motored to Baldwin Mon- the Methodist League, met here ever, that if the state road depart- i
ville., '--" TtlERESSAMU last Thursday evening More ment could gain control of all Merritt-Merritt Island Garage +rr 9

;:ENT A mmCOLUMN% Mrs. M. E. Edwards arrived Fri- RkMU ZlUr. C...* day.Mr.. H. M. McRae, made a business than a hundred were present. The roads In the state, removing the opened new service station here.facili- t 4'n,
Orlando-Night lighting
trip to Lawtey Monday after- devotional services were conducted county systems from the local de-
day and Is the guest of her son- ties being Installed at local airport.
and The Theressa Woman's Home at the Methodist church after mands that must be met by county
Judge
in-law and daughter demonstration club held its regular noon.Mr.. and Mrs. Newn Mott and which the guests were escourtedto commissioners, the people would Clermont-J. E. Westbrook F

'(0 TRESPASSING, for rent, for Mrs. A. Z. Adklns. monthly meeting at the homeof children of Heilbronn, were visiting the city hall and all enjoyed re- save a great deal of money There moved to quarters in Page build r

sale cards at this office. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Edwardsand Mrs. S. H. Dodd Saturday., Oct. relatives In this section Sun freshments of cake and punch. la no valid reason, In this day.ofswift Ing.
daughter of Jacksonville 4th. The purpose of the meetingwas ; Mrs. A. L. Sullivan and daughter transportation and communi- Madison--Quality Shop opened'
WANTED 76,000 Missionary little the week-end, with Mr. baking rolls and cookies. Miss day.Raye and JohniNeal and others Miss Hilda, visited Mr. Sul- cation for the state and the counties In Warlng-Wycbe building.

strawberry plants delivered to and ,Mrs.spent W. H. Struth. Pearl Jordan gave a demonstration of Gainesville att' Qded'the, B. Y. livan's mother, Mrs. David Jones to be maintaining parallel! organizations St. Augustine-$36,916 Incineration

I Lawtey. J. L. Harrell, or J. R. on the making and baking of P. U. federation Here Sunday af last Friday. to perform the same plant will be built here.
Mrs. I. J. Priest visited ht>r function. The Florida Public Ser
: Shuford. 9-26-4t Mrs. Alma Bane of Jacksonville these which was very interesting ternoon. people get no better Apopka-
- spent the week-end with her parents and profitable to the ladles present Miss Lucille McRae of Waldo is daughter, Mrs. A. J. Wilson of roads but must pay two or I vice purchased Womble Garage & '

FOR SALE-Second runner Missionary Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Lager- Refreshments were served, visiting her cousin. Mills Thelma Keystone Heights this week. three times as much as if the Ule building on Central avenue.
strawberry plants. Will and son Merrill consisting of the rolls and cookies Underhill. Miss Ruth Williams entertainedthe had all under one head.-Miami Cocoa-Cocoa house opened/ Under

sell by bed or thousand. O_ C. gren and an orangeade drink. young people of Hampton witha Herald. management of Mrs E. E. f '

Cason Starke, Fla. It* Mr., and Mrs. J. M. Mitchell at- A business meeting was held HAMPTON1? COMMUNITY! peanut boiling on the lawn at Grimes ;
tended the Rexall convention at and four new members. were add- MEETING her home last Friday evening. HUNTING DUCK AND GKKHHAHKKD I Plant City-W. J. Cowart open- a
Mrs. A. A. Futch of Leesburg TO'BE ed dry goods and shoe store at
OR .SALE-Cream' Jersey Bull, the Carline Hotel in Jacksonville ed to the club. 'The next meeting CURTAILED ,
sixteen month old; good as the Monday and Tuesday. will be held '*t the Theressa The citizens .of Hampton were visited her sisters Mrs. Lottie Wat ,- Palmer and South Drane streets ' )..t -

best. S. C. Walnwrlght. Lawtey, schoolhouse The following ladles served an agreeable treat Friday terson this week. With the annual southern mi- Panama City-Panama Theatre r'' vt

Fla. 10-17-21 Lacy Rigdon of Miami. who has enjoyed the afternoon with Mrs. evening. The new management Mrs. L. C. Cooke and daughter,' gration of wild geese and ducks, added new and modern equipment r

I been 'spending several days with Dodd:' Mrs. A. L. Sullivan. Mrs.C. of the Hampton hotel had Invitedthe Miss Geneene of North Carolina, Paul Reddlngton, chief of the costing $1,000.Pensacola k

FOR SALE-$200.00 buys 20 his parents, left Sunday for Lake Sullivan Mrs. D. W. Moore, residents of Hampton to meet are the guests of Mrs. Cooke'smother United States biological survey, $1,000,000 Arm k '

acres near Lawtey good soil Wales and Miami. Krs. T. B. Trlest. Mrs. F. Fender, with them for a social hour and Mrs. L. O. Johns. has issued a.plea to the sportsman strong-Newport Company's Indus' r

near good road. Look this over. Misses Margaret Dodd Hilda and really)) to get acquainted. There Rev. Stanley of High Springs to curtail his shooting this season. trial plant now In operation. L5;

Floyd Ball. 16 Antoine St. S. W, Mrs. John Rigdon and daughter, Chtlma Sullivan Ruth Fender were about 100 residents of Hampton was a visitor here this week. Mr. Reddlngton base his appealfor Blountstown-Work on state '
Grand Rapids Mich. 10-10-2t Miss Eva, spent several days in Theressa; Mr*. Daniel Beatty, Mrs. and suburbs present. The hotel Professor Futch and corp of efficient conservation on the fact that highway No. 6 through Calhoun 4
o
Joseph Bolt of teachers attended the teach- the flocks have been progressing rapidly. ,
Jacksonville visiting Mrs.' Flossie Keystone Heights; lobby and dining room was reduced at y
FOR SALE-Fresh Jersey cow: Penney, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Miss Pearl Jordan of Starke. Mrs. filled. Light refreshments were ers association at Oainesvllle last least '60 percent due to the Miami-Miami Triple Root Beer + f.r +

good second hand steel wrench; Rlgdon this week. \l>I. L. Watterson, Mrs. T. F. Brown, served and a delightful musical Friday and Saturday.The droughts In the northern and midwestern Co., capitalised at $6,000 granted
Mrs. Harrison and Miss P. T. A. of the Hampton breeding charter of Incorporation. f
Icy-ball refrigerator; twenty Kathryn program rendered under the direc- lands. The
pigs, Duroc-Poland China mix- Mrs. J. C. Hoover was called to Weest of Hampton.Mr. tion of Miss Hilda Durden and public school will meet next Friday greatest danger Is that as the birds

ed. C. Letsch. Starke 10-17-2t Jacksonville Wednesday on Account G. W. Hlnson was a visitorto I Miss Rebecca b axwell. Mayor at 8 p. m. All members Invited and concentrate near water that sportsmen WARNING NOTICE!
patrons of the school are
of the Illness of.her father, Starke Wednesday. Rouser made a ,very Interestingtalk I to be present.. will be misled as their abundance v h tt '
FOR SALE-Five room house In Dr. Jamel"Chase. Misses Willie Mae Hlnson and on communl\ Vjbuilding., The the federal man warns. lt ?ub
Mr Roy Dicks and family spent
Starke. lot. purchaser may Hilda Sullivan attended theTeachers' was followed by Prof. .
Large mayor FLORIDA MAY
) the weekend In Lake City the
take as much land as desired. Dr. and Mrs. Fred Sayles returned Institute at Gainesville. Futch Mr. X; Parsley; and the ,relatives and friends. PROHIBIT
guest of
Now planted to: strawberriesand '. their home In Miami last Friday and Saturday.Mrs. chairman Mr/ A. A. Durden all of .ZAPS OWNING LAND''
,10 R. Cresby and family of Jack
James T. B. Trlest celebrated hersixtyfifth whom acquitted hemselves; with
sweet potatoes. several
Tuesday.; after a visit of
,sonville last with
spent Sunday
Lamb. 10-17-2t. birthday lasts' Saturday. their usual eloquence and spiritof Although Florida does not ImItate HMtltb ofl..M ore* 'be klninf cfATI.
days: here with relatives.! Mr. Crosby's sister Mrs. L. H. sister
her
..--- .. Those present for the birthday good will.Among states of the Westla MICI COCKROACH!'"
: dinner were Mr. and Mrs. T. L. ;""big. Futch. prohibiting the right of Japanese -
ONE PLAYER i PIAN6 and on* operator of the )lights' of the WATIRIU8S LAMB MAIS
straight both excellent W. J. Root the of new Hampton, wasa Murphy !and children. Mr. T. T. occasion might ,beo ,mentioned the to own land the Florida constitution TKARNS' ELECTRIC PASTE '

piano near Hotel Hampton Wed- Bryant and ion Walter and! Mr, unusual eloquence displayed bv CONSOLIDATE: ROADS has been amended so that fcM bwn nmwnlud br million ofJPMir pr."e l"
condition and guaranteed business visitor to Starke such .. .. . ,
steps might be taken In an alt. pB2 the vnadMttoyfaif .n. .V ,;
C. L. Trlest of Stuart Mr. and Mrs.A. Hon. Mayor and the very _
Starke can be' taken over, for nesday '. our that m.r "' food *ilm d ;;
balance contract term like H. Kelsey and children Mr. and helpful talk made by' our new Pointing Florida actually emergency.. -ID. pastsSold I r'Moser
on ; i has state debt because Fred If. Davis, attorney general, : : :
a large
Piano Co., In the Mrs. S. E. Trlest and children and townsman Mr. Joe Mackleburg ACgIppPAILS"
rent. Write Edwarda will be
Dick ,
Mrs. Boone answers an Inquiry that although e fdr
tax to stating
Jacksonville. 10-10-21 the next two Miss Ida Hagan of Tberessa. A formrly of Boston; Mr. and Mrs. It levies a state payoff
eastern market for for the party was given Saturday night Mackleburg are i conducting the millions of dollars worth of the purchase of a small

WANTED BUY-Pine Veneer weeks' purchasing goods and all present reported having a Hampton Beach property: this sea-. special road and bridge district area would probably not excite ac-
Blocks TO In Boone Dick Sales Co. nice time. Those from Stuart returned son. .'' county bond. Florida Engineering tion that a possibility that such a
twelve inches and up that prohibitive law might be passed t 4f t:,
to their homes Sunday. and Construction suggests ,
The HamptonUns were so en- .
diameter fifty-eight Inches long. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Struth and maintenance and construction of especially should Japansee Imme-
Misses 'Thelma and Hilda Sullivan thuslastle In the endorsement that pt
Must ofknots. I spent
free
be straight grain family, of Jacksonville were visiting In Hampton they decided to repeat the com- all roads In the state outside ot I ration become pronounced f
advise best and Mrs. W.
If interested 1 Thursday with ]Mr.! i .
Tuesday afternoon.Mr. munity meeting and will meet at Incorporated towns) and cities be
Price loaded on cars at stations I H. Struth. Plant City City Commission
and Mr. half.. turned over to the road depart.
on Seaboard railroad., Roux Floyd Fender Floyd the town Oct. 21 at S p. m., granted option for franchise to
Kirkland were visitors to Btarke 'organisation ment. : ;
when a permanent
Crate Company: Inc. Bartow Martin W. Struth and Merrill This suggestion In line with Johnson-Church Co.. Inc., of New
Wednesday afternoon.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs.Root
(Lake Garfield), Fla. 10-3-61- Struth are spending this week in will perfected. what has been advanced In The York City to build and operate t tb,9
10-at.. Mrs.J. L. Adklnson of Lacrosse Is the new manager of the
with their sister gas plant h.re.Indlantowl1 .
Plant City r4
Herald and other from
- visiting her mother, Mr. C. A. Hampton Hotel were much pleased newspapers
S. Johnson Youngblood who has been very ill with the cordial welcome accorded time to time Is accompanied by 40-foot bridge

Piano Owners Attention T. N. but Is much improved at this writ them by the good people of Hampton the following pertinent observation being built on Port Mayaca road
Mrs.
Milo Mrs. J. L. Simmons. about four mile from here.
Jones -one of Florida'sforemost and they wl.b to thank them : ,Y.I.
piano>* tuners and re- Kendrick and Miss Estelle Wednesday Kendrick -- ing.Miss Ruth Dennison of Hampton and are glad that. they have located "Attention Is often called to the Fort Myers Plan under way

pairmen will be In Starke about motored to Lake City spent Saturday night with Misses In the "Biggest little city In fact that the state of Florida has to reopen Omar Theatre _

Tuesday the twenty-first. If your afternoon. Willla Mae and Okie Hlnson. Florida." no bonded debt. When one considers Dartow-Ne. Oaks Hotel leased

Piano needs attention now Is Miss Ruth Zeigler visited Wednesday that a state tax Is used to lessee will begin rehabilitationof _

the time to have It tuned or re- Misses Gretchen Gross and Mary night with Miss Grace Ad- Awards for new, construction In help retire the bonded debt of building at once.. '

Paired. Just drop a card to Louise Tompkins of Jacksonville,. kin. of Hampton. Florida during August totaled $3- many counties throughout the Palmetto-Permit granted to L. a

Mile Jones. 410 W. 20th street were the guest of Miss Daisy Mies Okle Hlnson spent Sunday 946,000. according to 'Information state, the effect Is substantially the Welhe for erection ot: service station

Jacksonville any: time up until Tompkins Monday.Congressman night In Hampton with Miss Ruth received from F. W Dodge Corporation same. If a way 'could be devised at Lemon avenue and Elm

Sunday the 19th and he will Dennlson. New York.' whereby the state would assume street to cost about $..000., _
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}frlar. r STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAYOCTOnt
PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGIRAPII ml7 .
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-. -" =" " ,:''''.J' -- -the man that endureth'-' temptation: "Lovely Hawaii Land of the Ukelele and Hula Dancer, TRAIN SCtg:: Lg=
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:: for when be la tried he shall receive -
.-. ..". I .ir.'J.:; "' .,,," Via New Empress of Japan Local NO.1.
t: the crown of life, which the Now Nearer Than Ever south
/ ,...J d Starke
them that 11:11 un4d f&t
hi- ... Lord bath promised to p m
-,. ? : love him.-Jas. 1:12.: Local south
11:13" boun
\ \.w.- Prayer: "Henceforth toy greAt Starke, : ; Ill. 4 Op.

concern shall be To love and please Limited No lOT
'ib Tlty wad is a lamp unto ay feet, tie. a light ante ay pilh.-Pulm 119:105.: 'Thee more." due Starke 3041: a. Ill south, both,

October 1O3O Limited 181,
TTftf" 31tIrit: ,. ." All religious teaching, doctrine or S3. Starke 10:88: SOUlhbound 4 bas
II
and the Tongue- p.
V yplill0 Religion Ill.
>lJFHIHriUHU, < creed, if they are to have any claim iC.iAQ"M Locals
I pon the lore,l loyalty and devotion of the people, must be in harmony with any man among you seem to be Northbound:
the teachings of whoee word fit crevice religious, and brldleth not his No.2. due Starke, 6a1:
of the human srrtt and of whom it WM said in bn7s46ry"NEVER MAN tongue, but decelveth his owj I No,. 12. due Slarke. 3:05: a. ..

SPAKE LIKE THIS MAN." heart this man's religion Is vain. Limited No. 108, due :

WEEKLY BEItMONKTTH: At this point Peloubet says, -Jas. 1:28. 1:63: p. m.
"Matthew Inserts Important events Prayer: "0 Lord I cast my care Starke and Wannee Bra

Iselgnla&, of DlMclplfwhJp which Luke omits, namely, the return on Thee I triumph and adore." No. 101 leaves Starke 7

John 18:34: 86. Jesus Raid: A to Bethlehem, the visit of the 102 arrives 2:40: p. m dqj: ..
new commandment I give unto you magi the flight of the Holy Fam- PRESBYTERIAN cept Sunday

y That ye love one another; as I ily to Egypt to escape the massacre T. J. CrlBn, .4e11, :
have loved you, that.ye also lovo of infants at Bethlehem and the Services Sunday, October 19, as -
one another 36. By this ahall return to Palestine on the death of follows: I "' : Blue Bus Schedule
I J I r MU l ::
all men love one to another Herod." 10 a. m. Sunday school, J.. M. <<' Offt :; ttof '' Southbound-9:17: a. n: ,
.1. 11:11
Prayer: With my whole heart Both Simeon and, Anna found Truby, supt. A PAHWAIKIKI ,: ,f.. Is. m., 4:07: p. m.. 8:37: P.III.I1: :.
have I Bought Thee Lord, let me the Christ in the temple a houseof 11 a. m. Morning worship, sermon 7-: t N, II"..". fO p. m. :
the "- ......-.. f:; m.,'" _. Northbound_
; wander from Thy Commandment worship. by the pastor > 4:50
not ; ;;75 :<: : a.
,' > feel t !. Mr. Moore's Commentary on the 6:30: p. m. Christian Endeavor. \ 3-)11. ..., a. m.. 1:63: p. m., 4.2jp.n DI.I.II
I '" \.m\1 TIii. < f"7'n'--; .
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heat I Iti How may we become .wise An- lesson says, "The atmosphere must Topic, "Christians and Sunday." IU.. sqv v: .. _. ,'rYv,1'' .. ...... ... '" : .&, .t8.,. : p. m. :%
disa ewer, read-Mark 11:24.: be clearer spiritually In the house Leader Mrs. Geo. H. Lowry. Tickets and Inform&tio

r r tabs ; h of God than elsewhere. We are 7:30: p. m, Evening worship, d w't< it t r r r tA MI r t ,. , Smith's Service Station, asp
y
capable of Impressions there which song and sermon. Sermon topic, courthouse.
come to us nowhere else. Somehow "How Shall We Escape It We Neg- ,.
R SUNDAY SCHOOL worship enables us to see/' lect So Great a Salvation?" Miami Beach Permit-lun
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LESSON "The pure In heart * shall see Prayer meeting Wednesday at for 150,000 to construct liT.

I Ood," should be thought on by all. 7:30: p, m: J store rooms on Fifth street ate.
Simeon and Anna both A cordial invitation to all our y .retMx> rx wdy k tars e v. lid avenue.
ti tid FOR OCTOBER 10, 103O were pre- t 'w.{ RFzaM'i. ; ." di ,1rv, .;oot
y
4 b .y. o
new pared to recognize and accept the services extended to all. 4 ray Jasper Ernest Griner ,
I t 1 that, 1 + Subject: Simeon and Anna. !I Redeemer. They had lived close -a --- I attractive barber shop next opeUIj to pup

Golden Text: "Blessed are the' to Ood and were ready to depart, BAPTIST -,... ', .. .. office.
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pure in heart: for they shall see this life in peace. I Inverness -' Interior of bnll4-

God." Matt. 5:8.: Sunday school at 10 a. m. On O&ACH >, Tj I lug occupied by Invernest Dn:
Lesson Text: Luke 2:25-39.: : DAILY BIBLE READINGS: the last Sunday of October the One of the moet appealing places Co., being Improved. ,
r,' e+ Introduction: Arnold's Com- Sunday school offering will be given travel-wise the Miami Beach Building .
lagteti / visited by the during !t. _.
the lesson "At October 17, 103O '. ," ""s'w > .yo' .. _.. < mlts for first 18 Septenlwere
mentary on says to our State Mission work. ,,: ;) pJhy "'" days of
the time of this lesson he (Jesus) Lasting Love-Let brotherlylove Worship at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p fall and winter months Is enchanting 3 JJ\"ii.1' .$i.:} 0>"ri'' ?;1.S+ \} ..".;.",;;;> 'i1.\ ,G.;.MieiN..M.a.e,;::, }V U 81,000 more than toui !
Hawaii that group of islands situated M/'f. >'Iri": 0' < '" <'z'"'P' xs<< II
was being presented to the Lordin continue. Be not forgetfulto 'm. Morning subject: "Reconciliation In the South Pacific Ocean, the home }\>li rt. 1i-i; 1 :r. ;tNII't""OHD :- August
the temple to .be redeemed ac- entertain strangers: for thereby as Achieved by Christ." We of the undulating dance known as
cording to the law. It was orlg- some have entertained angels un- had a large audience last Sunday the hula-hula and of the ukelele. ".t4DOHOlo.cJJ.lJ. I
Iniflly designed that the flrst-born awares.-Hob. 13:1 2. and the morning anthem was especially sweet-toned Instrument known the I and North Portal, Back. Since tile guitar, sometime dancing the hula-
son should be holy to the Lord, Prayer: O Lord of heaven and enjoyed. world over This Island paradise to White KmpresMS of the Pacific, plying hula sometimes crooning in harmony wNERVEO!
set apart as a priest. But the tribe earth and sea help us to prove B. Y. P. U. at 6:30 p. m. In- now more accessible than ever, for from Vancouver to Yokohama and their weird plaintive songs. WalkUl
recently the new 30,000-tOB Canadian other points In the Orient, have Included Beach Honolulu I. one of the moat
chosen the love for Thee.
of Levi was for priesthood our creased membership is giving new
Pacific liner Xmpreee of ApaD. speed Hawaii In their westbound fashionable resorts of' the Paclfto.Hawaii's .
instead, and the first-born I October 18, 198O life to our Union., queen of the Pacific and the .largest Itineraries, this route through the .highlights Include Ensues'
son of other families was to be redeemed Perfecting the Saints-Now'the Mid-week service, Wednesday and finest liner plying that ocean out I majestic Canadian Rockies to Vancouver Volcano-dark, sinister and brooding
'I&4 11k1) from that service at the Clod of peace, that brought again at 7:80: p. m. 22 hours from the usual running and the Hawaiian Islands has -one of the largest and most active tJ
I i t price of five shekels, or about from the dead our Lord Jesus, that time from Vancouver to Honolulu captured the Imagination of the crater In the world. Nearby Is a
+ "\ three dollars. Jesus was redeemed great Shepherd of the sheep; thru 11E'l'1I0DlSTPreaching Hawaii's chief port. Hawaiiboundtravelers traveler. nery lake of molten lava, an awe- ._
$ "M1gGr. can now make splendid time Hawaii noted for its beautiful Inspiring sight Ensues supposedly
r 4 ) they'A in this way. the blood of the everlasting cov- from North America to theee IUDdreDche4 sandy beaches. Its luscious pineapples the home of the nre-goddes Pak, Is
4J1 D In Exodus 22:29, Ood said to enant. Make'you perfect in every every Sunday at 11a. Jal... as well as visit the and Its native dancers. The native, the big attraction of Hawaii National
: the Israelites "The flrgt-born of good work to do his will workingIn m. and'7:30: p. m. famous reeort of Banff and Lake ardent music-lovers, gather: on the Park. Hunting, surf-riding big game
1 u, thy sons shall thou give unto me," you that which is well pleasingIn Sunday school at 9:45: a. m. E. Lout'** en route, from any point In sands and disport themselves to the aching tennis and other pastimes
and Ch. 34:20: "All the nrst-born his sight, through Jesus Christ; K. Ferryman Supt. Canada or via Chicago the Boo line lilting strains of the ukelele and make the visitor reluctant to leave.

of thy sons thou shall redeem." to whom be glory for ever and Prayer meeting every Wednesday '
This duty to redeem arose when ever. Amen.-Heb ,13:20: 21. 7:30: p. m. FLORIDA I'OULTllYMKN won the high award for Individual St. Petersburg -' 13.250,000 I

Ood saved the flrst-born of the Prayer: "0 praise our God today A cordial Invitation Is extendedto WINNERS AS FOURTH score. Second went to Angleman waterworks system turned on. 'y '

1 Jews from the death visited upon His constant mercy; bless." you to attend any or all of EGO CONTEST CLOSES Farm Avon Park, Florida ownersof Fort Myers-Palm Beach road ;

the Egyptians on the night of the October 19, 103O these services a bird that laid 264, eggs for ,will be completed.
pall lover, The redemption price Strange Cause for Joy-My 1 Chipley Fla.-The fourth FlorIda 281.55 points. A bird owned by Miami. Four local hotels, pur-

r ''I : ,' burns wan paid by the parents to the brethren, count it all Joy when ye St. Augustine -- Dairy Maid National Egg-Laying Contest Oalvex Poultry Farm Tampa, Fla.. chased recently} with five othersIn
a priest In the temple: fall' in divers temptations; knowIng Soda Fountain opened at 65 San come to a close here October 1, laid 292 eggs for the largest num- Florida, Texas and South CarpUna UP TO your ears In wort-

IK$ piLctte c While Joseph and Mary were this, that the trying of your Marco avenue. and Florida poultrymen were own- ber of eggs. She received 249.2 to be put Into operation Im- every nerve at high teuki!

thus redeeming the babe, when faith worketh patience.-Jas. 1:2: Marianna Masonic Hall un ers of the first and second winning points. mediately as members of Colonial No wonder bark at you the snap children.at the mlmd .

L. he was forty days old, two aged 3. der construction on north, half of birds, the third high pen and the The second contest is now well chain by Pennsylvania Corpora Watch out I Overwork

CaaoF .dy i i persons appeared in the temple, Prayer: "0 Lord I would, delight -, Masonic ,lot, .Jefferson. ,find Lafayette I bird that produced the largest under way. I flea nerves may lead to Sleep}.,.
p k' | Simeon and Anna. In- Thee, ,And on Thy care depend streets. I number of egg..'eccording to re- Laying 6t rock''oh Road No. 28 ness Nervous Headache, Nor
F+ Of Simeon the ledaon nays he ," Winter Park Standard Auto ports just Issued by E.. F. Stanton Delray Beach Dredging under between Lake Butler 'and Lake ons Indigestion and a holt iii d

t, "was Just and devout waiting for I October 20, 1030 Co. formally opened new home on supervisor.At Way on Florida Coast Line Canal City completed. other unpleasant disturbance;
11 In e the consolation of Israel: and the I Patience Perfecting Let pa- East Park avenue.TaUabauee the end of the 11 months the south of Atlantic Avenue bridge. Why Effervescent don't you try Dr_ Mid;-
Nervine Tablcti
udiciy Holy Ghost was upon him." It I is tience have her perfect work that Bids opened by ISO birds had averaged 188.7 eggs Winter Garden-Office of B. H. Just one in a half glass?4
y .t thought he was not a priest buta ye may be perfect and entire state road department for 12 construction for 183.7 points The grand prize Roper, to move to. new offices HEADACHERELIEVED water makes a pleasant, pvt
lyii layman who worshipped Ood, wanting nothtng.Jas. 1:4.: projects. offered pens went to the Univer- erected at plant site. ling drink delightfully soothii
e aIt "And It was revealed unto him Prayer; "May I with this be satisfied West Palm Beach Construction sity of British Columbia Canada Hialeah Hialeah Hardware to over-taxed nerves.

by the Holy Ghost, that he should And glory in, Thy name" work on Palm Beach Avenue with 2,363.8 points for 2,272 &: Grocery Co., 33rd St. and E 4th .. QUICKLY Dr. Miles' Nervine li sot'
the eD not see death before he had seen October :91, 1D8O from Wells road north to country eggs. Second prize went to W. A. Avenue, added line of staple groceries .I TW ....,. Vs taU* n made in two forms Liquid ml

4r, one i l the Lord's Christ," The term The source of Wisdom-If any club will be completed by Novem- towns, Romeo Michigan with 2- vegetables, fruits and meats. I:quickly corrects tbt Effervescent Tablet. Both hw
[ digestive disturb the same) soothing effect
sedan entori. "consolation of Israel," was "a of you 'lack wisdom, let him ask ber 1st.West. 146.25 points for 2.634 eggs Arcadia -' Value of building ances-removesthefav 1.00 at your drug don '
common expression for the Mes of God, that /glveth to all men liberally Palm Beach Construction Pine breeze Farm, Callahan, won permits issued during first nine testtnal poisons, and sick headache
,,y; IiVevtrw ralttoR b slab" The Messiah was expectedand and unbraldeth not: andIt of 76,000 creamery and're- third with 2,305.6 points for 2,317' months of 1930 will about equal or quickly: disappears. Your whole sys OR MtL..ES'
i.1 ; 'ono ; devout Jews often made the shall be given him.-as. 1:5.: frigeration plant here will start at eggs One point is given for a two surpass value aof all permits issued tem enjoys a tonic effect eonsttpsv
S 1 dlaav' s and statement or prayer, "So may I Prayer; "I must have all things ounce egg and fractions are added during entire 12 months of tion vanishes,and you feela renewed'
RI see the consolation." and abound While God Is God to once.Winter'' Haven Construction and substracted for larger and 1929. 'f'faor. Avoid bromides; soul dons, 0tnrTAB rl
; ; wo Jesus and met. under fertilizer with smaller they are depresstac: and aarmfmt:
..suret.a He saw the child way on plant ones. Apopka Interior of Presby All
t A "Took him up in hU arms, and October 22 1030 estimated production capacity. of For 289eggs and 281.9 pointsa terian church edifice replasteredand DrorgUts25e and 76c red pk**. Lt.T.S

,seed! ?:: blessed God and said, Lord, now The Crown of Life-Blessed Is 100 tons per day. bird owned by Pinebreeze Farm redecorated. CARTEWSIJflIPIUS"THE >> ..
w Rd.r !> lettest thou thy servant depart in
j peace, according to thy word: For

; or4 our t' Iuhlle +4">' mine eyes have seen thy salvation before, MAIN THING ON MAIN STREET" By L.' F. Van Zelm I IBuily

i; Which thou hast prepared
{rh the face of all people; A light to .
i
lighten the Gentiles and the glory

t:,* 'of Simeon thy people was Israel evidently" very old, &z; 'e1"raJ.,. a.., "LEAVC 1(4 K CHIM" ME.-/ ..". :.. \
1HS/U
/
JOHN, IT ,\ ,
and and recognised
having seen
t the Christ, he was willing to "de- MAIM JTBEKT'5 .N Twin MI/AY// s '.
.tppT. PAPEIQ; 1 ::
,L part in peace.. I ;
It must be a blessed conditionto pOODOQLOIOtn4sCOME

tnd.gr have so lived and believed In EVERYTHING 1VUT' GOEr v
a' and served God, that one can calm-
i a ly say, "Now letleat thy servant UP Hurt COME DUJJUJONM ) 1 / tea biros"ever FAT FEt tsr

depart in peace, according to thy RIGHT DOWN -.-
I 1 1it. word." Simeon referred to Jesus CIFFHN ? AT = OUIIDS TirED, REe LTNM -0.i.SAM / ronresM.I umcrty emit
,, oor { aa the Lord's "Salvation." "A J'MITra OUR iooc 0' r l Ii' YOURE GONNA uLAT.DrRER1QED{ CARPSTS, RuOt 5 rrnlr
v vi' % /
: rt .m light to lighten the Gentiles" and LOCAL RADIO BUG,GOT ____ ,, __ TALL 710N'T GO FaeaR COVERmG3 / .....a
)
i'' ar t+;l', "The glory of Israel." Simeon HI""ELi""" irni l > A MIANMB I LANDIN' ON l4Y ) %v W3I
k blessed Joseph and Mary but also FIX "YEfrERDAT.iwEr4 q NfiW pt' r w p l I

% a1N aald to Mary "Yea a sword shall
e TtJiEDR NOOK.
f pierce through thy own soul also." > e- 1e
% r r He probably looked forward to the Ml/ AERIAL UP TO I

Not ( persecution and crucifixion of :TrlBH6Y. 'NetGetaoaf' : CNni-....
q} r
r1' a Christ and the sorrow Is brought .
ok
W? t
?
0
i 1 to Mary
k u.. a" The lesson also says, "There was

Boa I Anna a prophetess of a ..... j \ '
"
4' K Otf [ ,great age, and had lived with an .. ---..- .. .
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. she ; .- -- -.t- --. --- ---' _ -.'-
.And --
husband seven _
tf years -- : -=.==-- .--.... LfJ'I
widow of about fourscore '
a waa a DOROTHYDARNIT'
ttf "
:; and four years, which departed By Charles

? not from the temple but served

i, I' r;t God night with and day.fastings" She and must prayers have I NOTICCO) NAB fbORPWTMU AB1ACKKYKI 'YsS' aft WtHT { Do TILL? eu KNoWY OUT HOW DID HI I

i JI k'' been more than a hundred years TO TM. CIVIM) AT TMt GI1r Twit CLACK I ". 4 p HE( WAS STRUCK
C[, old and appears to, be the last MOTION NNIQIIT !Y t . F6'i TME ou.n'
; r' prophetess named In the Bible. piCTURE TNLOTa1lCA 'moo. OFTNEWArya
pLAYRp ." SL \ off .. ..S .
w
Into the tern- ]
r i., When Anna came a, ,
.. pie and saw the child Jesus "Gave 'J .
+ .AT'i
y' thanks likewise unto the Lord, ..
\ and spake of him to all them that

T looked for'redemption In Jerusa
d lam" She recognised the child I

as the promised Christ, and declared -

the* fact, to all who were looking ,
d for the Messiah, the Christ.

f She was a missionary.
'' t rU The lesson says Joseph and
; Mary "Marvelled at those things 1 1I 4a 4unll6

'; which were' spoken of.him." ,(theY'4

f child), "And when they had per
formed all.things according to the
law of the Lord they returned Into !

L> aZ,. Galilee. ;. .to, their. ,own city Name ,. -"-- -=--
."
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Un nCTOBEB IT. 103O BRADFORD COUNTY TEUSORAPH. STARKK.: FLORIDA
U". .... ,_ _

SOS\1.LLE= DISTRICTjttNKS To bal. due County Sept $0 Pells. 1910 _aUl.n NOTICE OP ELECTION to the highest bidder for cash In' shall be amended so a* to read a* thereon building; together and property with such land situated a* ,I credit tax of against the United such slmlla-State !!l'rIW' p'','

: CENT front of th South door of the court follow: warehouses, applicable to Florida In
for
: 100 PER To bal. due Slut 1 _..__ 88.00By may b* required E
amt. collected ._ .0.00 To the Sheriff of Bradford County, house. In Stark. Bradford county, Section S. The Legislature shall storage, trackage and shipping fa- herltance or Estates The Leg I.
-- To bAL due Sept. 80 _?__?_____ 81.00 of the State of Florida. Florida the followingland* lyingtn have power to provide for Issuing ellltle and being used for such purpose lature mar provide for the appropriation
District U onII B* It known that I K. T Stat bond only for the purpose of *. all taxes collected under
i. JacksonvUle T.t.1J.ne"r Stat. of'tb. State vi Bradford County, Florida, to-wit: Insurrection this Article to such Stat, County
In the FloridaLrence To bal. due "Sept 1 __._____K316.9 Secretary of West halt of Bonthwest. quarter of repelling Invasion or suppressing r ".
: district Florida do hereby give notice that and the Counties. District Municipal or Educational purpose lay
SIX By amt. collected ________4918.S0 Northeast quarter of Section II,, .
that made a record ofper To bal. due Sept. 10________4387.1 a Township 7 Mouth Range II East or Municipalities of the Stat A :JOINT RESOLUTION ProposingAn a* It may deem advisable.A
ol ...-.cheat. Beaded GENERAL ELECTION of Florida hall have power to b- Amendment to Section 11 ot
observance also North half of Northwest -
tbe quarter
cent la To bat due Sept. 1 ________..6811.11 will be held In Braurord County, and Southeast quarter of Northwest sue bond only after the same shall Article IX of the Constitution of w Ryr + .
Work Day last year., By nit. collected ___-,__....1193.4' Stat of Florida on Tuesday next. quarter, and fractional Southwest have been approved by a majority of the Stat ot Florida Relating JOINT RESOLUTION ProposingAn
Cin records. Once a To pal. due Sept. SO _-_____1495,0 succeeding* first Monday In November quarter of Section IS, Township the vote cast In an election In Taxation and Finances So a* te Amendment to Article IX ot
to the AarrlreltBral A. D. 1910. the *sad Tuesday which a majority of the freeholders provide Authority for the State of the Constitution of the State ef "
Orphanage at being the 7 South. Range SI Halt, excepttherefrom who are qualified, elector residing Collect Inheritance Florida by Adding Therein an A4- ,
MetbOdlst To bal. due Sept 1 _______ 444.10 lot Florida to Levy and t'
Ihs puts on Work Day By amt. collected __.______ .41.11 FOIHTH DAY OF NOVRMHRR Three.E.!. M. JOHNS, In such Counties, District or Mu. or Estate Taxes Under dltlonal Section to Be Known a*
iprlngs For Representative of the Second shall participate to beheld "Seotlon 11" Relating* to the Tax-
on To bal due Sept. SO ________ U1.1I Special: Master In Chancery.D. nlclpalltle Certain Condition
are asked to con- Congressional District of the mateof In.the manner to be prescribedby otlon of Motor Vehicles ,
who will Widow's" Pension Fiamd. BE IT RESOLVED BY THE VrcCTS1 : : g
i.. equivalent of one day'sr To bal. due Sept. 1 __________ 444.U Florida In the Seventy-Second .Starke R KNIGHT, Fla.Solicitor ek H.>V. KNIGHT law i but the provision. of this ,ATI mii OF THE BTATsJ OF BID IT RKSOLVKH BY THK LnaT!'!iLATURB i-
the Congress of the United State 1 Act shall I not apply to the refundingof OF THE STATE Of
ute By amt. collected __________ 141.14 FLORIDA:
for Complainant.
for the benefit of the orphan To bal due Sept. SO _______ 181.14 For Secretary ot Stat of the State 10-10-41-10-11. I bond ls ue r of Florida. of refunding of the bond or That the following amendment to
home. At the prestime OmtmtmmMmm purpose Section 11 of Article X of the Con-
ren i In the In To bal due Sept. 1 _____,_?__ 4.4.110 For Two :Justice of the Supreme the Interest thereon. of such Counties dilution of the Stat of Florida relating Article IX of the Constitution of the ;:? M
i there are 132 children By amt. collected ____-_____ 141.811 Court of the Stat oC Florida. NOTICE Of ELECTION District or Municipalities. to Taxation and Finance b*, State of Florida relating to Taxation .
and. according to reportsln To bal due Sept. SO _____.__ 1971| For two RAilroad Commissioner and the name I*, hereby agreed to, and Finance, by adding-1 thereto :
of
a Road Hrldice I.t. A 8ls>kl'.* Fund l the State of Florida Proposing. and shall be submitted to the eleo- an additional section to be known, '
ed are very great. The date To bal. due Sept 1 ____18.066.40 For One Member of the House of WHEUEAS.' The' legislature of AAn Amendment to Article) IX of tore of the State of Florida at the a* "Section 18" providing for the 1 ,
lied Work Day this year 1nfcrday > By amt. collected ______.__U.I3G.86 representatives ot the Stat of Flor 1929' under the Constitution of 1886, the Constitution of the State of General Election to be held on the manner of taxation of motorve.** t
for and Sunday No- To baL due Sept. SO ________IO.71I1.UG. idaFor ot th* Stat of Florida. did pass amendment four. Florida., Relative to Taxation and first Tuesday. after the first Mon hides. be and the same I I. hereby '
Nor. 1, County Surveyor. Joint Resolutions proposing agreed to and shall be submitted to
W. ALDERMAN. Clark. 1910
Finance, to B. Known a. Section day In November A. O. foi
fiber 2. Is 1 designated as liar- By Blanch Alderman. D. C.CLERK' For Five County Commissioner. .. to the Constitution of the. 11 of Article IX. ratification or that I I. ti the qualified I elector ot the State of ? q '
For Three Member of the County Stat of Florida and the same were r.1e.lIon.
for ratification rejection I
Florida or
realized BIfl IT RKSOI/VKO: BY THE L.EOI9- .say, that IX ot Wr,
all money Board of
f when Public Inxtructlon. to by a vote of 'threefifth.of *
Day. I" ; LATtrRNI.OF THE STATW OFP'LORIDAI the Constitution of the State ol at the Oeneral Election to b* held e,
For Justice of the Pearte'In and all the member elected to each
In to various on tile first Tuesday after the first'
turned Florida relating Taxation and Fl.
,
0 be rCTAWCIAt. STATEMENTCOUNTY for the following Juatlc Districts, house that the votes on said Joint 1
; in November, A. D. 1939
rc'hes, which in turn send It on FUNDS vie! Resolution were entered upon theirrespective That the. following amendment of nance b.. amended so a. to read ..ttOUO".1 that Monday I* to may there. shall be,l.0:2d.dto : a cwt
of "
No. 1. 6. 7. Journal with the Article IX of the Constitution
of the or- I yea Article IX of the Constitution of
superintendent Stat of Florida to b known a* Section! 11. No taxes upon Inheritance
the *
For Constable In and for and did determine
the following and thereoif, they -
Lge C. R. Shannon. Monthly financial statement of! Justice Dlatrtcts. vI. nays and direct tbat the said Section IS of said Article IX b*, and or upon the Income of real- the State of Florida relating to tax $sqt''
1 : ation and finance an additional section M )
Bradford county for the month of No. 1, S, 6, TIn Joint Revolution b. submitted to the same la hereby agreed to and dent or cltlssn of this Stat shall +
odor the leadership of Dr. S. September 1980. I' Testimony Whereof, I the elector. of the State at the General shall b* submitted to the elector. of b* levied by the State of Florida, orunder to be known a* "Section I. 0.-
aid Article which shall read fol,5 (
,
elder It Is General Kane's) have hereunto let my Election In November 1910 the Stat of Florida at the general its authority, and there shall a. } ,,,
t. Burgln presiding Bal. Sept. 1. 1980 ?-._ 862.841 hand and alUxed the THERKFORK t. R. A. election. to be held on the first Tuea be exempt from taxation to the headof low.:
'cled by workers that the same Receipt during month. _?_ 759,,61 (Seal) seal: of the state of great Florida OH NOW AY, Secretary of State of the day after the first Monday\ In November the family residing; In this !State! Section shall 1 I. Motor Vehicle, Aoprop.rty.
month .___889.61 betaxation subject to onl II
Warrants during 1910. for ratification or r.- household goods and personal effects h +
of the district will at Tallahassee, the State ..f Florida do hereby give notice ?
h standard BaL Oct. 1, 1910 _-_____-,-_ IIS.91Vlne Capital this the twenty- that jection.Saclion. to the value of five hundred one form of which shall bi 1, 18
maintained and It will be kept > aad Forfeiture Fead a period of fifteen ($00000) Dollars. provided, however, a license tax for the operation o_
third day of August, A. D. GENERAL: ELECTION
BaL Sept. 1. 1910 _________ 80019 ;.Ih.roI such motor vehicle which license ,,
of operation that the Legislature may provide for )+
1880. will be held In each. county In Florida years n
Ihe forefront. shall be In such amount and lev-
month ____ 481.11 tax
Receipt during. R. A. GRAY next atioceedinMr all Industrial plants which" the assessment. levying and collec r1 M'
Tuesday '
on \
a prominent WarrAnt. during month ____ 182,42 shall be established. In this State on lion of a tax: upon lnherltar.ee of led for such purpose a* the Legislature -
Brlnkley Secretary of State first Monday In November A. D.,
alvin is BaL Oct. 1, 1930 ___--'r_.:I...:.. 886.06 To W.. :J. Epperson Sheriff Bradford 1910. the. said Tuesday being the or after July tat, 1919, engaged primarily fur the levying of Estate taxes, not may, by law ad provide, and shall '
I man of'Jacksonvllle, Rued Faced be In lieu of all valorers taxes assessable
estate during said period In the exceeding In the aggregate the
___________ .88:15 County. 81i8t1On.AIITER'S FOURTH nAY Of NOVHMIIiait against motor vehicles a* l
1
1930
general treasurer of the board BaL Sept. for the ratification or rejection of manufacture of steel vessels, automobile amounts eihJft.al. by any law of
Receipt during month ___ the said Joint Resolution proposing tires, fabric and textile, the : allowed to fie personal property. yif
he has held
trustees, a position Warrant during month ____ amendments to the Constitution of wood pulp, paper paper bag, fiberboard credited against or deducted from &7 +l
[eighteen or twenty years. Mr. BaL Oct. 1, 1930 __ ________ 238.25 SALE the State of Florida vlst. automobile, automobile any similar tax upon Inheritances, The vote cast In compliance! with ( .;
90 Paklleltr Fad A JOINT RESOLUTION ProposingAn part, aircraft aircraft part*. Ola., or taxes) on estates. assessed or lev- aid proposed amendments and the
Vkley says that over perof BaL Sept. 1. 1930 _____...... ISO.11 Amendment to Section of Ar- and Cookery Manufacturer and there led by the United State on the same canvass, declaration and return r.
k the children that have been Receipt during; month __, .. ticle IX nf the Constitution of the fining of sugar and oils, and Including subject," but the power of the Legislature thereof shall be subjected to the
the home make good Warrant during month __._ 80.Si Notice Is given that under and by Stat of Florida Relating! ; to Bonds by-product or derivatives to levy such Inheritance taxes acme regulation and restriction a. !
d 1 for In Ontstaadlng Fund virtue of that certain final decree BE3 IT RESOLVED BY THH LEGISLATURE Incident to the manufacture ef any or Estate Taxes. In this Stat, are provided by law for general: ( t t
kens. The home baa been run- Warrants during month ____ 891.90 mad and entered on'October 6th, OF TUB STATE OF of the above product, shall b* exempt shall exist only *o long an and during election; In the ,State of Florida.
22 years and about Receipt during month ___ 118.11 1910, by Hon. A. Z. Adklns, Judge, FL.OR1DA! from all taxation except thatno the time, a similar tax I* ... IN TESTIMONY WHERE. ,
f nearly Warrant during month _.-_ 1110.00( In that certain foreclosure suit That the following amendment to exemption which shall become. effective forced by the United State against OF, I have hereunto set i'
[ have passed through It to go Bal. Oct. 1. 1910 ___-____. 804.05 pending In the Circuit Court of Section 6 of Article 9 of the Constitution by virtue of this amendment Florida Inheritances or Estates and my hand and affixed tt 14
J the world. Dr.. E. O.1th Widow's _..10. I Bradford county Florida In chancery of the Stat of Florida relating hall extend beyond: the year 1948 shall only b* exercised or enforcedto the Great Seal of the u
into Bal. Sept. 1, 1910 -.-_......._ 91111.78 In which Alfred D.Voto I* complainant ; to bond be, and the same I* The exemption herein authorised the extent of absorbing the REAL Stat of Florida at Tal-
pastor of First Methodist Receipt during month -._____ 116.111 and Arthur W. Tobey et hereby, agreed to and shall be submitted shall not apply to real estate owned amount of any deduction or credit I.h....., the Capital
Irch of Jacksonville was el ct-I Warrant during month '__- 111.00 al, are defendants, the undersignedwill to the elector of the State at and used. by such Industrial which may be permitted by the law this the twenty-third ,
board Bal. Oct. 1, 1980 __________' 718,91 ; I on Monday the Ird day ot November the General Election of Representative plant except the real estate oceu- of the United State, now existing of day of July A, D 111*. p 8aQ'
I to membership on the Asvle.lt.ral Fund D the hi the location required A. 1930 during legal to b. held 1910. for approvalor a* : bl) R. A. GRAY,
|ruateea at the last session of BaL Receipt Sept.-during 1930 month_____________ 14'7.n 68.1' hour. of sale., offer for sal. and sell_ rejection That said Section 8 hnttae such Industrial plant and the reason. thereof. as. a deduction. o -1.m-lA- Recretarv. mate N

Florida Annual Conference Warrant during month ____

he and Mr. Brinkley are on Bal. Oct. 1,..1930 lie-UK___Fund______.._ 198.98

I executive committee. BaL Sept. 1, 1910 ______ 10t.8I
Receipt during month ..._. 118.18
Warrant during month ___ .
Bal' Oct. 1. 1980 .________: 16049
PERTIVE 1100 SALESroXGINCREASEDINCOME I hereby certify that the foregoing, 1v;

statement, showing balance: .at the .
beginning of and at the ending ol v. r :
FARMERS OP FLORIDA ...... .... _
JTO the month herein above stated, and -. "" "" .> .:
of the receipt. and warrant Issued ill< 'f ., .,," ,."'J _
during said month correspond with rt.t1< ."
Incksonvllle\ Fla. Florida'sfperatlve the records of my offlc and I I. true ; "
hog sales are In full and correct. to the best of my knowledge \ :l.
and belief. I also certify that '
ng again this season with In- the following I I. a list of all county .

ktlons that between 450 and depositories: showing the balance In .r . 4
: _
each at the close l of the month herein ,. ..
T carloads will be sold and ship- first stated and the amount of security i' ., ,,
cooperatively this year. L.' H. furnished{ by each such I depository 'f'I" : : '
and the amount of Interesibald : .., '. : -
kin, livestock and field crops or credited during said month ,f. _
Iketlng agent ot the State Marling occurrent depository on account .f.." :
dally balance* or time dposltn. *- .
Bureau, says that 450- ears .
[ were sold cooperatively last Witness) mv band thus lit day of .
October 1930. ..
", and that he expects this Q. W. ALDERMAN, t

|r's shipments to equal or ex- Clerk of the Bradford circuit county Court ,41q

I I that number. Blanch Alderman D. C. 11 r r ta

Ui r. Lewis states that hogs areg '
I CLERK INI I\SPFrTOH' GKV.EH ..
shipped cooperatively from A I. ELECTION
(umber of counties in central

I northern Florida which made ere The of board Bradford of county county commls-lon-at their ' : \ E4A'r& } !

i or no cooperative shipments meeting held In Starke on Monday, -
I year. October 6th. appointed the following
clerk and Inspector to at
serve '
lie estimates that the average' the general election to be held at '

>e received at cooperative sales the several precinct within Brad. \ '
ford county on Tuesday November4th !
t year was 62 cents per 100 : ( ;
.
ads higher than the prevailing frfrlmrt Wo. 1,, I.aw.*r
,
O. H Pearce, clerk; James Rosier,
*J Js
al I price and that the farmers :X. A. How and. It. A. Blanchard t


[ling I additional ocooperatlvely income gained. a result$42- Inspector F. A.Prwlnrt Scott No.clerk 9.; 'N.Oeo.Btarke C. WhIte, ; > &

the i better price. A.apectors.Prrrlmtt J. Thomas. and Aubrey Moor. In, YOU OWE AS MUCH TO YOUR TOWN

ounty agents and Mr. Lewis as- No. 8. S. Stacks'

tbe farmers in selling theirs :J. L. Pack clerk; O. H Bennett A.
W. Anderson and J. W. Andrew
i cooperatively.CLBIIK'g ,
Jr.. Inspector
Provlaet NT' .. 4. 0......
W. T. McEver, clerk; S. T. Thomas .
RgPOHTuport Chesley Fogg and II. M. Wasdln, I,1-* f]
Inspector AS HE OWES TO HIS SCHOOL
of th* Clerk of Circuit rrtmtt Ne. .8. Hasafit*

rt in and for Bradford County, .Jaf.E Adklns, clerk L a John; .
William and J. J. Brannen. In
rids, on account ef Taxes. _***-

|for the year 1119. spector.rreei.et ,N*. .. Tarw _
C. A. Knight tax: co l..or. A. U Sullivan clerk Neal Young-
-
St.rke. Fla. Oct. 1? 1910.i. blood :J. P. Padgett and S. R Swln- ; _

I bal. dU-::apt1 1830'-.1386.06 dL Inspectors.Prfflmft N.*. T. New Rive ,

I amt. collected _._1471.64 O. W. Andrew., clerk; D. W. Kelly 'f .
bal. due Sept. 10.1930 __1911.(1 B. F. Rcnfro and S. C. Crews, .
,n.t
Fde rerfdtwr* Inspector
I bal. due Sept.: 1, .1>IO --_-177 .04 Precinct.*. 8. Br.okvr 11 i
amt collected 989.40f :J. :J. Morgan clerk i M. P. Mat- > '
f bal. due Sept. 10. 1530._ 78S. 4C theny. E.) M. Ha.en and C. 8. Kelly '
Be-IMtagl Inspectors. \ .
> bat due Sep 1 1910 .... 444.51 :jr. a. CREWS, '. ' : >\ ,. \
ami. collected .____M__ Hl.lt Chairman Board of County Commls- : : ) ., ,

> bal due Sept SO 197.1. sloners, Bradford County .\. .' 8 / I I. !. .... . .
Co..ty gek..i-Osaeral Attest. Florida. '''''/', '' ' .
bal. due Sept. 1. 1839 __8518.'Tl G. W. ALDERMAN .. / : tr,! :. : :' .
'_ amt collected __________4947.OS Clark. 10-10-4t-10-81 '" ...." : ; : : .

I UM1MKAT1VK STATEMENT OF THE BRADFORD COUNTY BANK,, '" '., ) ',\ ';'f;;, I '",

IN : .'. ,, ''<........ ,
LIQUIDATION, FROM JULY 11TIf, 1O3O TO .
| : .'. . ' .1' 1'; ,,' ,c
.1 1.1;>
... ".... ...' .1'. ...
.
OCTOBER-1ST 1930 f ". "' ,-, ., MOo' '"" ,\,: '\ "'<"
'

: :- : T : i;: ':: t./*"fV "

JulY' 11, 1910 Dr Cr Oct. 1. 1930 : : : : !> '
'ana and Discounts _.-,-,1118.639\ ( $ 1.113.91 $18.21141 1300.62911 : > ,
innn -... 46.16000 ---_ .400.00 40,76000 1 : : <, :
nuking HouVr"I. __I__... :; .
;, 14.000 DO -.--.." .__ __ 14.00000 :
irnltiir ft Fixture: __ 11.000.00 __ ____- 11.000.00u ::\ ; .
h. Real Butat ____.___- 2.121.81 ___... ._._ .___ .2,111.81 .' 'v ,w!' "' e t 7s
U. from bank ..__.__-___ 2.140,48 9,146.71) H.190.1S 896.98 **JK ". '
ash and Item on hand ._, 1,414.81 ___ 4,111.311 1,083.40 : : : \Vh
--. (Net) watch the star football player of schools; ;
i' from State Trea*...___ _. 4100.85 _________ 4,10066 Just any When your localmercharits'prosper: town
(Net) I your
"rilraft - _._ 109.19,. _----- S 2. 'S..1I8 . .
.M. in
eneral I expense. ______ .........:...._ 118.8 ______ 1611.8 : How'eager he is the fray, how anxious bring prospers. : Ommlemion A .alarl.. paId _____, 841.110 _-____ 842.0 0 y
ntereet.'. paid __ ___.___..-__ 123.15 ________ 121.11 .
n"/ for loan .. home the honors for his own school! No hardship '.-

protection _ ___ __- ....10 _-'__ .8..TO Their < ,

Tntal6; -____$410$41.12 U9l.1U.J1 : is too difficult no act too risky for: him. He wants growth; contributes,I to community

'0011.1 Stock _ ___, 40000.00 ____ ______ 3 40000.00 growth .
!lrni'a, fund .
_
16.000.0ft __ 111,000.00
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ndividedprofit.-Z' ,1.110.n 1.18'.80-(Net) ____ 1.401.n to win! To win that the name of his school I mightbe .

;"ln"s .deposits __... 1M.I1T14 1.Ht.U' 1,01111 112,791

'hcking+n'. d.P .ltg .... __.... 1S1.29485 10,673.82r 111,72101 honored. They 'local taxes
<" d _'. _. .6.S19 pay support local
hr,' J"ec ) ,.. -..--... 11.838.041 1.8T2.40 16.4.1 institutions ,
.UhlnA""ur"d* .. __ 9 10 ____ ____+ 8.10 ; '
<' '. ___ 139,,4' _------- ____....- .49 and are an index of :
'lie> parable ,,,,,,.. 11,60981 8.809.81 __ '15.OOAOO community worth.
lock"eld ansessment drafts _ n", ,_ 7,11419 1,103.74 _--:--_ (,660.46 You, Mr. Citizen of This ToWn, can do for.your ; a

. collected -: : ___ 2.000.0ft 1.000.00
.ntrre.t on bond.: -,-._---.-.-_ _?_ 1i1l0.11' 69017 town what this football player is doing for his When'you make purehases out of
1''.el.'" on loan -__ .__ ..... '64.611 164.66II own town you are
collected _ ........_ -_. __ '1.81 .91 ,

Total"---.I.Ul0.41.1I 141,011.11 141.02211 t391.169.17 school. You can help your town grow in prestige not plaYIng for your own team You are opposingand


f t tiS'n comparative! statement shown above reflect the true condition home the success of your own colleagues. '
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ford lydldxf f said month bet .MONDAY the courtbou.IN .doooar athtarke in Brad h oes right m your: own home fsuccess.

t. oap 01 th5" amount due Florida. or much the same will b. n.c..ar7. Yours is the opportunity to help this town reach ,
toil for taxe* set Opposite together with I 1.1. 1 .

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:, I',' ? 'ttf Invent It'In household 'teqiil tion will be goests-'ot the W J.Howey'companyat :.signs along the highway. One Iy employed as a pUblic ama
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eer'&linJAhe fellow
: y County Telegraph 'meat fetC,..::-TJronson Journal. /. a banquet and thing sure and Not ao long ago we
id.I1iIi id.I\ 'I From Other PensAnd I ---L..o -> dance'' on that'date.-Mount Dora who speeds on that road will I either I one person out ot each reqUI a,
{,, GaS1t1 Established 1877. Gone Matthe'i's4f Starke. rail- Topic. land In the asylum: or1 the ceme form the services which Z2 "H

," .--- ---- --- .- -- road commissioner' is being mentioned o tery.-Palmetto News Walt a manded of government V H
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Published, Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class now Gene Matthews of for governor. He is a good Florida authorities are going to few years and them roads"practicallyforever" will be more of our demands Boll It It
: their hands this concrete be one out of
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Starke has been mentioned as fellow and executive: but he has have a problem on ten: then '
tk b Office at Starke FloridaE. thousands another pain judging from the nine and oneM
Matter at the Post gubernatorial timber. Is this a a good j job that he Is filling satisfactorily winter in handling the soon and on, Wbee
'I"'I'' we feel we know him of tramps already making their amount of "patching" being done we stop saying "The '"'
and
'''tt'"'' S. Matthews,. ___________________ Owner and Publisher stark reality?-Qrlando. Sentinel. well enough to advise him to holdto way Into the state.-Starke Telegraph now. ought to do this, and GOterOIl t :

7 e J. C. Robinson h______________________ Managing Editor --eSati.tactlonaahing-on. a full It for the' present at least.- The winter visitors that ---o-- the other thing that, II
come to Starke may be tramps but True to Type Most peopl"
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-- Macclenny think
+- stomach on a full tide.-Tlraes- Prett..0 the
eo
those who come to. Highlands dons
-- and the rich
SUBSCRIPTION RATE Unlon. Its more coin/ortable to Friend I've friend I'd pay the '
( a
exactly the opposite, Boy -
is county are This
A bass drummer very fallacy
'," husky more
thlnkT than
stand or sit, dont you'
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable In Advance necessary to a band. He can drown therefore we think you should, localize like you girls to meet. ingle thing is responsible soy nth,
Advertising Rates on Application ---o-- out a 'lot of mistakes the others your statements.-Sebrlng increasing tax burden tore
According to the Starke Tele- have Girl What he dot I OOct
county will Athletic can
News. Highlands
make. Starke Telegraph E. served how skillfully\
'z m-r-----. graph's way of figuring, a lipstick Stuart Isn't a husky bass drummer, both classes-the same as every dollar. was extracted one 1II1I\k\ ,
in Plant City. should outlast three auto rides anda Florida.o Chorus GIrl-How much has from altaI
blooms up of
Strawberry are showing but the bass' horn player from other county legislature by the
woek-end Times-Union. argument
party.-
-o Oroveland more than makes up for -- he? I most of the money
attracting plenty of attention these ----o- it In the Clermont band.-Cler- This is a flop-sided world. Take by the railroads, would beII\ !
di diI Hitch-hikers are "Tornadoes to Play Jasper," mont Press the country editor, for instance. Literary Girl-What does he state the argument anywar.

) r days. says the Starke Telegraph That "-0-- He is always praising and never read TSociety getting a dollar's ran, 1I'0UId !
,.4 'O N should be good blowout. Mac- TimesUnion. worth of shire,
t o a The ctiautauqua Is passing and gets praised.) -Florida city buildings for 50
: of miniature clenny Press.. It was. with it we trust 'the chautauqua But my'golly) How he does Girl-Who are his family cenu.
But the
81tt Some towns are still celebrating opening naked truth ii li
-o--' salute. The chautauqua salute, as get cussed.-Okeechobee News. ? that .
r 'tSt: golf courses. More poetry from E. W. II., old timers will remember consistedof Almost a lifetime of country edit- ery man and woman who ate

I{ I JM; r o Starke: If you want to marry wise everyone In the audience waving ing convinces us that country editors Religious Girl-What church meal In that state, who bought
suit of clothes
.' r bear pick a' girl who can make good a germ laden handkerchief seldom are cussed when they does he belong toT or who lined li
disa The hardest thing for a man to understand about mar- pies.-Times-Union. thereby releasing a few hundred don't need it.-Clermont Press. house helped to pay the doiu,

riage is the wife. -- o ... billion germs. How the germs How we'd like to run a newspaper College Olrl-Where is he which the legislators thought tht
tabl
1 ,ft i'i ct )' 0I r. A hick town Is where they refer must miss the chautauqua salute in a town like Clermontt/-Wau- Judge were taking out of the hide nrraUroads. -. "..
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"y I <;! to bridge players as prise fighters,, Inverness Chronicle. chula Advocate.' ------ -o- -_-_I
I-t i : The new prohibition administrator has adopted the -Starke Telegraph. Or where It =. o- < There are 15 counties in this The railroads simply collected I

,apt ; i tci ; ; slogan: Keep the home brew popping is so very wet. WhatT-Bronson Cong. Lex Green 'in.his Cedar The Bradford County Telegraph state in which the state does not' from freight the or people bought who ship

v 0 Journal, Key speech Monday called farm- (Starke) says auto license tags are pay county taxes on the state lands some: one else had shipped.goods whk::
? ibg1; %\ ; ---O-- Ing the section's leading Industry. listed"in "What's what In Christ- within these counties By the same
N sewh, } 7 : Listed among the odd beliefs is one that the devil will Picking up hitch-hikers la aboutas And Congressman Green was not man gifts" this year. Bright idea token there are TWO counties In Another fallacy Is that "err

,p the 1 i get you if you cut your nails on Sunday. safe as playing with an unloaded far from right. But any worthy We'd much, rather get a license tag which the state does pay COUNTY thing from the Government 1
'rS. tM ld ; .' 0t' gun.-Starke Telegraph. There educator knows that raising stalwart on the Christmas tree than a red TAXES, these two fortunate free. Free seeds it used to be
sure may be dynamite In the prac- men and women is any sec necktie or a doodad to hang on the counties are Bradford and UnionIn now free publications, free advUt
7 4 } 4 If the state would sell rear auto tags for the same price tice.-Bronson Journal. tion's greatest and most Important wall.-MCB, in Lake Worth l1er- which the state paid) Bradford free help tree this and that Sot,!
It ie we'd have 'em front and rear. Wau county $4,698.22 and Union county a ghastly Joke! There Is no lOt,:
;1 of front tags, -' -- O industry.-Bronson Journal.o ald. So had we, so had .- I
"' -wAn Starke Telegraph thinks a husky chula Advocate. But. If you get I the balance of $6.272.30. Why thing as free government, u:
1 bass drummer is to will have to pay taxesin these counties whenthe more than there Is free rent, I In
: ideal husband according to an exchange,.is one who very necessary Palatka Dally News says the that red necktie, you ,
: a band for he can drown out a lot state license commissioner Is tak- wear it. So will wet! _state_does: NOT pay taxes for clothing or free groceries GOT
; i rIt's remembers his wife's birthday but forgets her age. of mistakes the others make. But Ing all the Joy out of Christmas its land In the other counties of ernment costs real money, EYe

of' who'll drown out the one. he by declaring, all cars must be I Starke, Florida: has a City tax of the state!Tallahassee News. The self-supporting citizen sbarti
yx We are still hoping Bradford county will have an exhibit makes?-Wauchula Advocate. dressed up In new tags on January 17 mills which Is said to be sufficient !- $10,970.62 paid Bradford and Un- Income with the million-odd mil
--o-- 1.-Stark* Telegraph. Ob. but to cover running expenses, ion counties represents taxes on and women now on governum
t at the South Florida Fair in Tampa one of these years. A skunk took possession of the what gorgeous Christmas gifts and take care of bonds and Inter- the 16,000 acres of land IncludedIn pay rolls.

'4a n 0i Daytbna Beach postofflca when the those new must-be tags would est Not many towns in the state the state prison properties I A gentleman visiting Wublnl
i .> An inspection of flues and chimneys before the time fires postmaster refused to ship It parcel make.-Okeecbobee News. can show so Iowa'' rate, with all about one-twentieth the total ton hired an old darky to drft
k S ,1\\ post for eleven scents.-Starke 0 i obligations taken care .-Arcadia acreage of both counties. Com him around to see the BlRhu.Tbi
a'call for the fire department.
lesttii 'I.
will be needed might save darky grew'enthusiastic. Hewn
Telegraph Four or two-legged. Starke assesses,17.mills for op- Arcadian. Tallahassee has pare this amount with what the
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xtem quick r-} 1 p------ -Macclenny Press. erating its .different departments 14 mills and Is meeting all obligations state pays Tallahassee yearly for his arm to the Botanical Garden

y'' t UoaiJJ ,I. Tennessee has a woman 120 years of age who has been --e--- and to pay off Its bonded indebted with spot cash.--Tallahassee electricity alone. the museums, the parks and moot

ry ,, c l; smoking a pipe for 109 years. Henry Ford is looking for The old fashioned man used to ness. a jrecord not found In many News. Starke pays her bills oGubernatorial-- meats and said to my frtaul
It's all
"Jest think. free. lidos
* smack his lips when he kissed a other modern towns of its size.- with cash and it's not spotted Timber
h 'AUlifcrail? ,&((1" antiques. girl; 'these days he Just wipes the Starke Telegraph. Well, our mill- either There is no lack of gubernatorial cost nobody"nofhln. The Gor'mei

-o paint) off 'em. --: Times-Union. age Is higheffpjajiyway., We can ---o- timber out through the wide pays for It.
4'a I' If the list of proposed candidates for governor keeps Which can hardly be classed as an beat you there., Miami Beach The difference between auto- reaches of Florida according to Taxes are hidden in everyiblij
Improvement.-Bronson Journal. Suns mobile buses and'trucks and railroads various editors of the state who we buy. The landlord p&aieioi
we'll have enough by 1932 to give each county a
lengthening, his taxes In the bill fovea
of
\ o -- Is that the railroads own have gone into a huddle on the part
(, governor of its own. It Is difficult to Improve on the Palatka Daily News says the and operate billions of dollars subject as follows: rent;; the baker wraps them i;
0 Florida strawberry-Tampa Tri state license commissioner is worth of physical property In ev- The following men have been with the bread he sells us. Tit

r, Nebraska schools require pupils to have regular tornadodrills' bune. Or the strawberry-fed taking all the ;joy out of Christmas ery county In the state and pay mentioned by various newspapers Insurance company Includes tin
yer lasses of the various sections raising by declaring all cars must millions of dollars worth of taxes as timber to occupy the governor's In its premiums. Bills from I Ik
4 r They are not needed in Florida but fire drills should that delectable fruit.-Bron-I be dressed up In new tags on January that help keep the schools going, mansion: John S. Taylor Cary A. butcher and milkman Include
''' f be made compulsory. son Journal. 1st.-Bradford County Telegraph while the state furnishes nice, Hardee. Senator Frank O. 'King as surely as 1C the poslmi;
iliewd.fl ,- "v 0 -o----- Just tel(. Santa Claus your smooth "tracks" for the auto Fons A. Hathaway. Fred Davis brought a notice from the taiolflee.
I Prohibition officers assert wet troubles and perhaps he will bring busea'and trucks.-Exchange. Just John T. Alaop and many othera.I .- .
The nation will get its first taste of real orange juice I Christmas goods are now movingout the old bus a pew tag.i-Chlpley exactly why our beautiful state is I Lake City Reporter. What do you Business is interested In rota-

:!' when the National Dairy Products Company. starts distributing of the state over every highway News. u In such financial straits. So many 'mean leaving out Senator Jesse fug taxes not alone selfishly bt
Ceaon the Florida product. to the north.-Starke Tele- I .tI-+ people getting something for noth- Parrlsh Wallace F.. Stovall Eugene cause business after all, lnpl!.
:k I graph. They'' ought to' know.- Either Gene Matthews or Col. Ing.( -Okeechobee News. I S. Matthews. Justice Louie collects taxes from the customer

0 I, Macclenny Press. Stovall would make a good governor -, -----.-- W. Strum, Ed Waybright Brother of things. Business sees mole
One jokester says Edison was not the inventor of the -o---- but any newspaper man' The story la told of a bachelor Catts and Stafford Caldwell i wasted which might be used brltdlviduala

-I first talking machine, but he placed on the market the first A Cincinnati woman got a divorce knows enough to know he is well who bought a pair of socks and Tallahassee State News. And i to get those things whir
a recently on the grounds off.-Inverness Chronicle. Prob- found attached to one a paper) with Senator T. J. Knabb of Macclenny. would give greater happiness w<
X.k j' one thatcould be shut off.. that her husband prayed all the ably. But some time the voters these words: "I am a young ladyof -Bradford County Telegraph.You contentment-house furnishing

& 0 time. Such faith Is bound to have may learn who would make good 20 and would like to corres sorry things leaving out Joe or a trip to Europe, a new carpn
,t aM. :' Palatka Times-Herald says a man who gives in when he had Its reward.-Leesburg Commercial and demand the election of such pond with a bachelor with a view Earman Doc Etheredge, Grady sweeper, or a'set of books fineness

t It ..Dsure Is deserves credit for the act but the man who gives Perhaps his prayer was men as these, mentioned.=Bron: to matrimony" Name and address Burton and Major Thomas.- 'sees clearly that It Is the cot
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wrong ,
; answered. The bachelor wrote,,. "d *
son I were given. Okeechobee News. Perhaps Andy sumer of things who pays,
lj in when he is right is only married.o o--- Journal.'o-- I and a few days got this reply; Gump Major Hoople and Benny cause that consumer does *>
''J}' ent o ( o Apopka) ) Chief believes cooperation We'll say the make-up man "Mama was married 20 years ago. should be added to the list.-Ocala know that he-pays) that he Is IP

4' r; b West Florida has a man trying to break the world's 'record Is a great help mall matters somewhat eve eil. things up with Evidently the merchant from Banner to advocate and urge an eipendl
5 i Qlrpf and especially In the kissing game. the 'paragraphing.' .:nuts on the whom you bought those socks did -o-- ture which he would never fan
on a guitar. We have a world-beating patch of sandspurssome -Starke Telegraph. And maybetoo Times-Unionafter, glancing over not advertise."-St. Clair CountyMo. Taxes Take HUteen Per Cent of If he knew that It was to be pal'

,! r sad of the record-breakers can go a_few rounds in. in the divorce game, which Tuesday's editorial page.-Starke ( .) Democrat. Every Dollar out of his pocket.
0 o sometimes follow the kisses. Telegraph. In fact It we hadn't ----eCounty (Merle Thorpe, Editor Nation's When the Individual nod
ferr Bronson Journal.. known the T-t?.. Is published in a Commissioner A. C Business.) stands clearly that he pays the bill
Ai. Bradford IIi football team has started the season off -0 "dry" town: well have thought Thomas paid a'visit to Supt. J. S., Speaking of taxes-and whq Is he will consider more carefully increased
',i with a vengeance, winning one game, the second a tie. Keepit Hltlyard (Wash.) News" has discovered that everybodybad''had too much. Butch at the state farm last week not?-the tax collector now demands government approprutlons

Up. boys, for you are making Starke a.footballtown, that when a mane grips the -Bronson Journal. tor'the purpose of securing some from each of us one day's and services. If each ma
steering wheel with both hands"he
: -o help for -Maoclenny-Ralford labor out of each week. All of us, who slgns'a petition or write
o-
; r ordev Is riding with his wife.-StarkeTeUgraph. When a. schypl 1 bus stops) on a road. Mr. BlIt stated that he men women and children earn letter to a'congressman' or it&
',j New York woman ran to.. the aid of her husband grappling Said newspaper 'wallevl'ently highway, s> state law requires ev- would take the matter up with Mr. yearly around 80 ''billion dollars. legislator, urging a public expend

,v with a burglar. Taking careful aim with a potato ([ speaking from personal ery cardrsirtpgto, ; : pails to first Massle. the engineer in charge, Our tax bill is nearly 13 billion ture, were required by law to e.
masher she swung at the intruder's head-and knocked here experience-:-Bronson Journal. come to a full stop. It Is only a and he felt confident the necessary one-sixth of our total earning capacity close htajcneck!! for his part of U
- --- safeguard for children who are aid would be given. Mr. Thomas expend; there would be sbwp
4I ;. husband cold.Tomorrow. The only "farm relief" measure getting on orgtf, ) (,the bus.-Starke stated that he thought work of Look at taxes In another way: scrutiny oC ,such proposed stUn
0 left for some congressman to In- Telegraph. It ,In. a law which shouldbe Ailing and grading on this road One person out of 11 is gainful-.,ties., '
: is "Sweetest Day" and you're supposed to troduce Is one to allow farmers to strictly observed. Many accidents would start some time In Decem-
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sell their corn by the bushel or would never have happened ber.-Macclenny Press ,
'fl r sweeten the day with candy for your sweetheart, or in simpler gallon.-Starke Telegraph. And had it been.r.--,Bronson Journal. ---o--
't terms the candy manufacturers are calling on the boobs to some of 'em are doln' It that way --.o- Farmers of Bradford are recog-

1t help swell their coffers. law or. no law.-Bronson Journal E. 8. Matthews of Starke. a nizing the possibilities In dairyingand
I j a- member of she, State Railroad the number of milch cows be-
; jla? My, 0 Four short quarts of liquor may Commission and a newspaperman ing brought to the county is i7'UChi1otie
t;,, ap' '.!1 Arkansas has an organization-the Aroused Articular make, one .gallon but they won't is being fa vora bly mentioned steadily increasing. Like all

.h i Order of Infuriated Camel- formed to fight the dry laws. hold a gallon of syrup.-Starke as a candidaletor, governor In worthwhile projects It is starting
:, I"a ehe t the members to long Telegraph. Well who wants a 1932. Mr,;, Matthews, has a num- on a small scale and a sound basis,
Like their namesake a
nh 'il. may prepare go gallon of syrup anyway until it has ber of close '1&l fe'nda ''in Broward and In future years these pioneers
>SilG time without a'drink If they plan' to wait for the repeal. been turned into I
R liquor.-Broasou county who would be glad to support can point with pride to the part
'' ei Journal. -., ,' him for that place of honor. I they had In. bringing a new Industry J

toe e A woman's club in California publishes nine ways to keep 0 . Jfol1ywo.of: Herald.. r Jo>Bradford.-Starke Telegraphs .
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No i t' Dry agents ..srlir'be'' required to ?>'- Jo I Next to the hog hominy
t .(;. a husband, and one of the nine is to never make your husband carry shields. 17 by 20 Inches on One has only' to drive over i and poultry industries of Levy we

Y Ii dry the breakfast dishes. Strange they should over- their autos hereafter. Dry agents Florida highways these days to : believe this county too, would g -
Irvn look providing for the husbands who have to cook their breakfast should be required to 'wear the realize what ..'4ebt we 'owe to the 'profit most from entering Into
tae same size insignia front and'rear. state 'road 'department for draining dairying.-Bronson Journal. I
"]) -Starke Telegraph And wear our lands'and providing a good --o----
''u}v % ; 0 armoured plate besides.-Ok.ee- pasture) alongside the hard surface I Bradford County Telegraph cannot

Live Oak has started a test case to determine whether chobee News. for the cattle.-Starke Tele- i figure out why Floridians will I
11attx (r o graph. Now if somebody would persist in drinking orange juice '
within towns and cities of the
truck lines
deliver goods
7 can Signa of the times: Cooler only provide a' safeguard for the bottled In New York and California. . . Boy, watch him go! Five yard,
state without payment of a license. Railway and express weather, foreign cars and railways cattle from passing) cars!-Bron- Onereason Robby Is that un- ten, twenty thirty forty-five . .
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r: companies pay local licenses. Why should other carriers bet making plans to increase IOU Journal. til recently Florida orange juice :in
f train service.-Starke Telegraph. ---. ;o could not be had at drink stands. he's over! Touchdown !1" In football or
'Ms1 tpM exempted 1Watched And these will make us all feel The Bradford' County Telegraphsays Furthermore Floridians will con- saving, it's all in a good start in the right

o better soon. This should be the auto license tags are listed In tinue to eat shlpped-ln eggs vegetables direction. In football or in saving you
some little savages not old enough to be in opening of a banner winter season. "What' what In Christmas gifts" and other foodstuffs Instead five
ei A f a school chase a kitten over a lot and beat it with sticks untilit Brouion Journal. this year. Bright idea. And we of consuming home-grown products must reel off that first five yards or
R ------o----- would like very much for 'some of But It cannot be said that dollars before you attain your goal.
evidence
and hide the silent of their brutal-
dead then
was One thing the farmer should be our friends to' hang about three there Is any shortage of these
i 1 ity. Kittens are only kittens, but there was a possibility of thankful for-he doesn't have to on the tree for us this year, other Florida staples) so the excuse with -

4 that cat.being of more service to humanity during its life- pay for all the advice he gets._ wise we are afraid we will have togo regard to orange juice does not
et iy Starke Telegraph.' Nor does be to' jail....:.Jasper News Any exist.-Gainesville Dally Sun. Open a Savings Account With This Bank
t time than the children.
; I taxes that valuable advice. min three
pay on newspaper requiring -----4 4 PER CENT INTEREST
.' o Maybe that Is because taxes on Intangibles tags to fill' hfs'needs would go to Road No. I 5; through Levy coun- -
Coming to our exchange table this week was an issue of are not collected In this Jail It an Investigation was made. ty Is a pain In the neck. And
state.-Bronson Journal. eAt ,just to think that most of our
.fv) the Seward, Alaska, Daily Gateway. It Is an interesting sheet
.mod.-. .,._ last, at last a date has been roads In the state will be like It
''I ;4 f.[ n tryjr. from a far-off land and a perusal of its editorial column disclosed -!I When a girl Insists on a fellow set for the next official banquetof within a few years just because BANK OF STARKEAN

| a lament not only for "a good five cent cigar and free saving his money the Tampa the Florid FaRAOraphers' our road builders were not farsighted -

\*Jk beer for the poor working girl, but political liberty from continental Times thinks It's only natural for League It wilt be on the eveningof enough to build concrete HONOR ROLL BANK
the fellow yonder what she Intends November 7th'. at the Florldan roads, which woald last practically
.t United States. Most people would be satisfied with doing with it._ Starke Hotel la Howey.:The Raggers and forever. An amusing thing about 'E. S. Matthews, Pres. R. :J. Paris, Cashier

J; only the first two items. Telegraph. Probably getting ready the South Florid Press.Associa that SO-mlle stretch .Is the "slow"

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