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 24, 1930
Frequency: weekly
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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 )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Established 1877FIFTYTHKKH' Subscription-For Year $1.50; Six Months, 75o-Payable in Advance E. S. Matthews, Owner and Publisher:
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County GrowersReport ACT IS VALID I Presbytery Meet]

From Five Town
; Issued By Seed Loan Committee Supreme" Court Uphold. Act Of Organization

Shows ,ISOOOOO Expended 1D20 Legislature In Friday Will Meet la Starka Saturday I
In Loan Leo Cooper Shoots Wife After Effort Opinion (fBy Gary Overstreet." )

In StateGrowers to Effect,!: Reconciliation Bradford Hlgh'B Tornadoes and On. Saturday, Oct. 25th, the
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Fails """"*, The validity; t Florida's gasoline the gridder from Alachua fought Young People' Presbytery will

of Bradford county re- I tax law was upheld late Friday a scoreless duel here Friday afternoon hold their district meeting in Former Governor I* Accused of rAiding
W.J of PalatkA Cltlaona IBgtarke i afternoon when the a. case of two Starke, societies represented will Counterfeiter.: .
ceived a total of 917,426.00 from Leo Cooper, young truck farmer -' supreme It was just
Thursday ArrangingFor the federal government to be usedIn residing near Starke, died Sat-'I court affirmed three cases appealed evenly matched teams, and neither be St. Augustine Crescent City,, -

Meeting At Keystone making their next crop, under urday afternoon at 6 o'clock froma from Leon county circuit court. being able to score on the other. Green Cove Springs, Penney Miami Oct. 21.---Second trial

Height the Federal Farm Loan Act according bullet wound in the head, Inflicted The cases'were appealed by two If either team possessed an edgeon Farms and San Mateo. The meetIng of former Governor Sidney J. ry rpf''
to information furnished by himself after he had companies and the city of West the other It was the Tornadoesfor will be held at the Woman'sClub Catta of Florida on charge of 'aF

l Har. this office by Senator Duncan: U. fired a bullet through his wife's Palm Beach seeking! to restrain they threatened to score three beginning'promptly at 10:30a. : conspiring to violate federal counterfeiting 9 '
Messrs. Jno. W. Fletcher. Florida had an allot- head at the home of Hardy Williams Ernest Amos,' comptroller, from time In the last naif. m. law probably will be set
el, H Tanner and H. D. Hark-of ment of $&00,000 for this purpose, living at the old Balsden collecting certain gasoline taxes Alachua ran roughshod over the The morning will devoted to the for the November term of United!

eader of Palatka.) members apeelal it was stated, and as applications homesite northwest of Starke. The The act ot.ifce( 1929 legislature reserves on the first two plays, B. business meeting and election of Steles district court of Tampa, -

committee appointed byresident for loans from 25 of the counties shooting occurred at three o'clock, placing tax ol aft cents per gallon S. losing the ball on a fumble. officers, the afternoon will be given District Attorney W. P.. Hughes.

Ammen of the Palatka exceeded 1600,000 it was found the wife dying an hour later. City was uphel u"? the court In Coach Lovell sent In the entire over to the worship .enlce. 'A said today. -- ,

lommerclat Club to Inaugurate an necessary to reduce some of the and 'county officers called to the the case of the-'Jerome, H. Shiep first string' and even at that Ala- luncheon will be served at 12:00 The eccentric former chief
fight for the early comple- iftf Ernest Amos scored the Tornadoes o'clock during this bour a peppy executive was tried it' t't "
Un amounts asked for by the growers scene found the pair at the gate, company etd vs. chua almost before on the charges
mou of state road 28 from Flora- and many were rejected entirely. both in a dying condition the decl.C n; being given on the could find their stride. program 1 Is being arranged. At In Tampa fact October, but a mistrial { }
In Starke.
ome to Bunnell were The amount to growers of this Officers stated the shooting resulted grounds that the,tax was not placed They advanced to the two-yard line 2:30: p. m. the public t* cordially was ordered by .Federal

borsdny, This committee Is rising county has already been received from domestic troubles, on gasoline,:'a* property but i before B. H. S. finally held them Invited attend the play "Broken Judge Alexander Akerman when, 'r

each town between arrangements Lake City and It being usedfor the pur- and followed the refusal of Mrs. was an excise tax on the privilegeof on downs and the ball went over China." No admission.Motorcade the jury failed to agree. It waa v

ad Bunnell making to chase of seed and fertilizers for Cooper to return to her home. She storing gasoline which was un- to Bradford. -i *) i > reported that a 6-6 deadlock held
each town
or a delegation from to be held at making crops to be harvested priorto had spent the week In Jacksonvillewith safe.The I Robinson called for a kick and tbs talesmen from a rerdlct. V- .
ttend a meeting fu- April of next year. The letter relatives and returning Fri- same act was held valid in Moore punted out of danger. The ToConverge Indicted in loao 'S" 5 4
In near
Ceystone Heights determined effort and accompanying sheet showing day afternoon had gone to the Williams respect to taxation of gasoline I ball see-sawed back and forth in The former governor was Indict..

ure at which a the state road the amounts granted to growersof h home to spend the night. storage by municipalities In the I the middle of the field.\ 'The quay On Jax ed by a federal grand jury 'in Jacksonville t R ::''a" ,

III be made start to have work on the reminder the twenty-five counties apply- Saturday afternoon Cooper Is said case of the city:!" of West Palm : ter ended with Alachua In posses- In April 1929. on charge .' vl"r;
apartment Beach vs. ErDelt JAmos. 'sion of the ball on Bradford's 35.I of conspiring with Julian
road. ing for loans follows: to have gone to the place and Preliminary plans were completed Diaz, q n'
of this The act of,the 1927 legislature line. former
Although hard surfacing of this Washington D. C., Oct. 13, 1930 when his wife refused to returnto I yard this week by th. Dnval County Tampa attorney, Leah Bur- wr
Palatka was Included in Hon. Duncan U. Fletcher, him, pulled his pistol and /fired which required dealers In petroleum -I. In the second period the Tornadoes Highway Beautification Association well' his secretary; Armando Do- r
oad to Two products,.tq pay'a tax of five their aerial attack mlngues/' and Mateo Mir to print1r 4''
budget, and the remain U. S. Senate. young children, who witnessed I began for the the
hIs year's cents on gasoline sold In entertanmentJl..of i '
a gallon \ fraudulent
the which effective. Alvarez pass bank notes
shooting survive. proved so
Florahome "Beautlttcatlon
stretch between Dear Senator Fletcher:. 16th Semi-Annual State -
ng have Funeral services were held for the state) whether r to Individuals, heaved the ball 20 yards to 'Robinson Dies la serving a five-year sen- h iy wK
ind Palatka was supposed I have delayed replying to your Conference which will convene
firms In addi-
both at Kingsley: Lake cemetery or municipalities who caught it and ran an- fence In federal penitentiary Inr Atlanta
October meeting,
teen lot at the letter ,of September' 26, relative tion to the ether heldvalid In Jacksonville on Tuesday.
taxes was :
Monday afternoon the caskets beIng other 10 before he was In connection with the case. -
"on account of
lork was held up the loans granted to vegetable the, November 18, according to Mrs
by in the of
placed side by side. The local court case downed. B. II S. advanced to Miss Burwell had been a'l'oyern-
stated.: Pa- ,
Lck of funds, It was growers in Florida until I receiveda the Orange Stets 011 W. S. Jennings, chairman of the
Woodmen organization had chargeof Company vs Alnchua'a 20-yard line, but lost the ment witness. and has not been 4
latka 'Is anxious that the road be final report from our Columbia, the comptroller, I' Florida State Chamber of Commerce -
the burial service and It at- ball downs and Alachua kick- brought to trial. Both were '
Completed, Inasmuch as. the pros S.. C., office. was '<: 't on committee under whose auspices government
it arrangement of routing traffic An allotment of $600.000 was tended by hundreds from every ed. Halt ended and Starke had the the conference will be held. witnesses In the Catta pR

o i interlachen over a county lat- made to Florida for loans this fall section. The DeWitt C. Jones Com- ball on the 40 yard line. Tentative plan are under way trial. y

ral! from Florahome defeats the to vegetable growers. an amount pany had charge of funeral ar- Starke Will Play In the second half Alachua for four neaut'flcatlon Motorcade Catts. whose home 1* In De-

,eal purpose of the road. It la far in excess of any sums heretofore rangeme ts.,, :: kicked off to Starke and Alvarez to converge upon Jacksonville on Funlak Springs, was charged with i?

the "short route" from for in immediately completed a pass to 17 These financing a counterfeiting ring
mown as allotted to or applied Monday, November ..motorcade
,eke City to Palatka and this any previous loan.It Hi Robinson which was good for 25 will bear the number of headed by Diaz to the extent of
dded distance now necessary to Is regretted that a number of Green Predicts \ Springs Today yards. But they failed to make a the state highway over which they 95,000. lie was charged with havIng '

:roes over to road 14 to enter Pa- farmers did not receive the loans WeekIn first down and the ball went over. will travel. Number One will orig- carried the J6,000 In bill In c

atka adds several miles to the applied for, but as applications received Five-Day will Captain Shaw, speedy halfbackfor inate at Tallahassee bringing the his shoe to Tallahassee, where he ,,
from the 25 counties in The Tornadoes journey Fri- Alachua broke through several beautification boosters from West turned the money over to, Dias.,

oad.The committee stated that they which loans were made exceeded an address before the Florida day to High Springs for the 'initial l time jind bad It not been for the Florida. Number Two will start Later; according! to the indictment ; '

.cit Palatka was entitled to the $600,000 it was necessary to reduce Typographical Conference, In game of throe. games to be played vicious tackling! of Alvarez the from Leesburg, traveling# over Catt Inspected bills printed t
Lulled of town along from home. The next two safety man would probably have by the counterfeiting ring. 4
support every some and reject entirely semi-annual session at the Hotel state highway! No. Two to .Gainesville q
I lie route In its fight to secure the many from all counties.. Thomas, Gainesville Sunday af- games are with St. Augustine and scored. Holbrook was a hard- then to this city via Starka On the witness stand, the former 3 a

Completion of the road as when I am transmitting\ herewith a ternoon Congressman R. A. "Lex" fake City Three of the hardest plunging back who gained many and Baldwin. Number Three will governor denied any part In the

|he route was first proposed cltlii list showlnKttbe. amount placed in Green predicted that laboring men games on the schedule on three yards through the line. leave Orlando, coming via Sanford, proceeding, and testified that he i + ;
entered into the, successive Fridays.B. .. Ben Sternberg caught ,a toss had not made''' to 4
of Palatka the various counties. of the nation, through the mediumof DeLand, Crescent City, Palatka suggestion a*
reject with enthusiasm and had Very truly yours organized unions would soon H. S. sta:".:ij! a good chanceto from Alvarez in the last quarter and,.Green Coya,Springs.! Number bettering the bill after an' In-

mmitteea at ,every, meeting unit C W. Warburtonr receive a five ,days week: and a take HiguTsprfngs boy Into that, netted "20' yards. \\Alvaree Four will organize at New Smyrnaand spection.: nlltrMon1hat: ha had' "
. the road was officially deslg- Chairman, Advisory Seed Loan five hour day working schedule. camp., Last ;year' they playedto also flipped a short 10 yard pass will be composed of delegations done *o, waa, given by Dlaa- and r' '

|,ated as a state road' and placed Committee. Congressman Green who was a tie score and the Bradford to Tison in the final period. from the East Coast. Mis' Burwell. x'l

in' the preferential list. At the Alachua, $3,045.00; Broward, the chief speaker at the luncheon, team of this year is a great improvement Bradford fet) keenly the loss of Highway beautification will be Governor Carlton of Florida was 5

eating to be held in Keystone $82,300.00; Brevard, $8,400.00 tendered the visiting: delegates, over that of last year. Matheny and John Inman, who among the principal topics on the called Into the case on Invitation fay

elgbts, the date to be announced Bradford. $17,426.00; Dade, $13,- stated that economic conditions In a snappy workout Tuesday were laid up with injuries. conference program. The value of of Judge'Akerman to refute testimony a'
later state officials and membersf afternoon the Tornadoes showed Alvarez continue to be the best of witnesses in the case that .
beautification aid in ltyplannlna'
300.00: DeSoto, $7,175.00; Glades throughout the country were rap- a* an
the road department will be up exceedingly well. Coach Lov ball-toter we have, but Tison is Carts and Dla had bargained with ;kv
$8,240.00; Charlotte, $300.00; Idly forcing financiers to adopt will be discussed a* Will
present, and the committee seeks Hardee, $18.395.00; Highlands new methods of production, which ell has developed his passing at- developing rapidly. Tison has a also the need of fire control In the him during the 1938 political campaign

10 have a strong representation' $2,150.00; Hendry, $8,300.00; : greatly influenced the laboring tack to a surprising degree. This knack of picking hole and following promotion roadside beautification to secure apolntments for ,Y'dl

from Starke. Htllsborough, $5.025.00; Indian masses. aerial offense combined with the his interference, while his "All of the beautlflcatlon.forces their political friends in event of M. ."
a line plunging of Alvarea and Tlson defensive work la also good of Duval Mr Jennings Carlton'* election. 'Z :'
River, $21,348.00; Lee $16,385.- Congressman Green stated that county, say :
PITMAN GOES TO 00; Martin,'$21,020.00; Okeechobee Florida was In far better economic makes a well balanced offense and Captain Inman Graham and ,. "are preparing to take an .

TARPON SPRINGS $21.523.00: Palm Beach, condition than a majority of other the forward wall can always, bedepended' Moore held down the center of the active part In making the conference TAG AGENTS '
line while the blocking of Stern
$99.156.00; Pinellas. $1.675.00; states of the union and concluded on to hold the line In an outstanding event In state

H. Pitman who has had chargeof I Polk $22,360.00! St. Lulce, $11- his address by praising the newspapers a pinch. berg and Wainwright on the ends beautification circle. ,It I I. 'expected ARE NAMED

the Gaiety Theatre for the past I 200.00; Sumter, $31,218.00; Vo- and typograplcal men for The probable line-up for the was well-nigh perfect. Robinson that every county In' the ,

several months, left Sunday for lusio, $2,600.00; Seminole, $2- the essential part played by them game will be the following! cODtinues'to direct the team Capably tate will answer the semiannualroll
where he will takeover in Walnwrlght ..<. taking time Friday to catcha Appointment of 83 tag agent to i''
Tarpon Spring LB
350.00; Lake, $775.00; Osceola their production call with, a report of work ,
the management of the Royal $%60.00. Moore LT couple of passe totaling about done In the Interests of beautlflca distribute the 1981 automobile 1p fr

Theatre. Mr. Pitman installed ,Daytona Beach, Oct.,,10.-United Graham -v._/ sound apparatus in the local house States Congressman R. A. Inman (C) .. ., ttoiuiCptownlee '. wa a' fast and clean game, Lug year wa announced Saturdayby *
sooo after taking over the theatre NO PERMIT: REQUIRED, Green of Starke, will make an address RO furnishing thrill aplenty, and B. GEORGIA,AND FLORIDA LIFrTARIFF Walter.S.PMcLla; acting motor' r

under'lease and contracted for TRUCK MOVEMENT* to voters on the boardwalk MacMillan "' t -RT H., S. I IB' looking forward to their ON PRODUCE vehicle commissioner Tallahasse. ,; ,

the latest productions. Plans for Under further-modification of here tomorrow night instead of Sternberg RE second game with Alachua at the SHIPPED ACROSS BORDER I License tag will be placed on sale'

operation of the Gaiety Theatre Congressman H J. Drane at Lake- Alvarez LII end of the season. i December let, he stated, and the s'
the Mediterranean fruit
fly '
have not been announced by the quarantine land as previously announced, the Robinson, L. P QB Score by quarter Final score. Atlanta Oa., Oct. 21.A tax I commissioner' still contend there uyr r
effective last week the host
owner. The Tarpon Springs Leader of East Volnsla County Democratic Tison ". RH B. H. 8. ________0-0-0-0-0 flied between Georgia'and Florida will be no extension of time granted -''
vegetables produced outside the
of Oct 31st carried the following Club, of the Robinson E. '. FB Alachua _-_____ 0-0-0-0-0
motorist let the
Infected zones In the state may be sponsor meeting, an- ,wa ended today and farmer of after January ,
: shipped anywhere without'permit. nounced today.Congressman, Subs: Cox, Mast, Futch, Inman, Bradford Alachua the two states were free to come dead tine set by the motor vehicle

The Royal theatre Tarpon Prior to Oct. 15th host vegetableshad Green's subject Thomas, Miner, BradleyTieon, II., Cooper LH Proctor. and go'' across ,the border with department for securing of the.
Springs' only motion picture house will be, "Florida Under Democratic Moore LT' Floyd : '
to have a permit to be shipped Matteny. their produce without paying license necessary. tag*. u
will reopen for business Friday of from here, Rule." His appearance here School authorities are especially Qrahan) LO Harder: taxes Auto owner* of Starke and

this week, under the managementof Effective also 'were modifications will be the feature of a number of I anxious that local football fans Inman C" ""Harrison The taxing business started several Bradford will secure their tag tP-{'
H. Pltma ; "WIth"theIgnlne .announced previously whereby rallies planned by' the club for attend this first game away from Brownlee RO ,Jones year ago when the Georgia from Mr. Maud Crews of Starke

of a five-year lease last week by fruit and peppers may be shipped the remaining time preceding the home and lend their support to the McMillan RT Turner legislature >placed> a tax on. Florida who'.wa* reappointed .by Mr. Mc-

tnt u old showman Tarpon Springs to all parts of the country general election November 4. team. The game start at 3:00: Sternberg RE Knight farmer entering the state with Lin. ,, an

assured of the best picture obtainable without sterilliatlln. o'clock, and the distance to High Futch QB Btringfellow produce. The act was said to hare Baker county, J. C. Thompson*

In announcing the changes for SECURES EXTENSION Springs Is short,by- way of Brook' Mast RII Shaw been directed mainly at citrus Macclenny..
the Fifteen years ago Pitman leased host vegetables the department of i OF ROUTE NO. TWO er and Alachua. Load up your Tison LII Hague growers. 'Alachua county Mr Mary' L eGainesville. '

Royal Theatre and soon had agriculture also said the former I cars and attend th't! game. Robinson E FB Holbrook The Florida legislature retaliated .) "

the house playing to capacity au- prohibition against the movementof I Through efforts of CongressmanR. ..... ,". Official: Shlr}! yt (Fla.) Ref. with a tax on Georgia farmer Clay: county,,Mrs. Leone Reagln,. iui
dlenceR. lie,cave the people thee 'OVID O. LEE n :. aree;. (Fla. umpire; Redgrave Green' "
host vegetables from the state i A. Green, rural route two from but Inserted a provision that Cove Spring.
drama t pictures of the, old' silent by truck or other road vehicles Starke has been extended where it 'CALLED-BY' DEATH (B. H, B.) head linesman, j should Georgia repeal Its tax'th* Union county, p.T, McOill, Lake.' ?

hs that money could get. Then had been removed. Heretofore the I will serve twenty-two additional I Substitutes; Starke, : Wa'n-! Florida law Butler t
sold his lease and retired from Ovid G. Lee, 9.., of I wright for fecllve. _
the host vegetables, which Included tomatoes families, the change to take effect son Mr. and Cooper, Thomas for Mc- ----. *
other show business la this city for eggplant, peppers and lima December tat, according to information Mrs. Eugene Lee of' Starke, died Millan, Robinson for Futch, Al The last session of the Georgia/ EXTENSION CLASS WORK ; i

fields. Now Pitman has reM and broad beans, could be moved contained In a letter to Tuesday evening following a brief vares for Tlson, Cox for E. Robin. legislature repealed the tax law "
win ned his old house and Friday from the state only by railroad: Congressman Green from the first illness. Funeral services were SOD, Tison for Mast. Alachu"Pa..e : and today Marcus, McWhorter Extens'on class work will begin ,

make his bow to his old audiences and then only by permit. assistant postmaster general. An held at Kingsley Lake Baptist for Jones, Worthington for chief clerk in the Georgia department at the high school building Thursday
of years ago. church Wednesday Knight Knight for afternoon at 4130! 'according;
afternoon Worhtlngton.
Host vegetables produced commercially effort was made *:'me time ago to con- of agriculture received a
F. E- Born, engineer for the In Florida are tomatoes secure this) added service for rural ducted by Rev. O., E. McOauley: Fact of the game: First down, telegram from Ernest Amos, Florida to announcement by Prof. 8. S.

{Worest Phonofllm. was here yes- eggplant, lima and broad patrons but the application was China Grove Church Starke Pallbearers Starke 7;, Alachua, 5, Passe: comptroller, advising thift the Dowling Afternoon classes will
tile woay and measured the house for beans. turned down by the department.The i were Frank Coleman, Arch Starke 6 out of 11 tries for a totalof Florida law would become inoperative continue from 4:80: to 6i80: > and c

* latest and best method of pro- e ..1 ) letter to Mr. Green follows: Prevatt, Tommy Cooper Aaron 78 yard. Alachua, 3 passe Immediately the night classes from 7:30: to t
Uon Of talking This I M' 0:30.: These course will be In
*! pictures. TnOMAHVILLB HOG SALES lIon. R.. A. Green, nton. K. L. Ortffls and Jim grounded. r'
lnlDmen* will be Installed and Geiger Penalties: Starke 15 yard, Ala- GASOLINE CONSUMPTION charge of competent Instructor ;,
' House of Representatives.My .
*?dy for use on November 15. dear Mr. Green: II Near relatives surviving him besides chua 40 yard. ..ncl'wflJ serve to extend that time the Royal 'will have his ,Mr. to- get college credit and
Thomasville, Oa., Oct. 17.-Be- With further reference to your I parents and Mrs. Eu- Bradford county used a total of '
BOund BCreea' mats, gene Lee, are two sisters, Gladys ANOTHER OLD-TIMER 62,780 gallon of gasoline and 6V better fit teacher and parents
*** aimproved lieved to be a record more than Interest in the proposed extension'
vated Interior In : and Maxine. two brothers, E. Z. 754 gallon of kerosene the for dealing with children
fact $1,000,000 worth of hogs will be of rural route No t, Starke, Florida during .
taw.Ui* that old Patrons will and Morris, and many friends and Among the Index card showingsubscribers' month of September, compared IM I .
sold by Thomas county growers I am glad to inform you that : DOUBLES 'FERTILIZER ,USE ,
VrHrecOBnl I*> Artisan relative expiration date In with e'y
are now T,410 and 14,502 gallon ..
this -
year, according to estimates. orders will be issued authorizingthe i'
ng change October wa found: that of f. A.I t
Inside and I "
| respectively for
August shown
i Farmers of thecounty last year desired service, effective December Fisher of Lock Haven a* The monthly report of the Inxpactloa "
Birth Peiina., the the report ''
sold $800,000 worth of swine, and I, 11130.ApproslmatelY'. card showing the by issued by the Inspection bureau, department of agriculture -'

CARD OP THANKS approximately 21: per cent more ,23 families' will Mr. and Mrs. O...B. Baxley, Doctors June 1, 112, or starting almost date 18 1.2 of bureau, department of ag showed Bradford county pwi
hogs than last are now being be benefltted Including those of Inlet, .0ll..'Octob.r 18th. the riculture. For the state the gasoline used a total of 161 ton of tertiyr
We year Telegraph has been
Mends wish l M8Illre *nr many raised B. B. Johns W. W, Green E, Lewis Mr. and .Mrs. Clyde) Colson, to III. address. goIng total for September wa It.- ,, User during September, aa Clomperst'
During that
'; of our 'gratitude for their | and E. A. Green. Brooker, daughteiv-October' 7th.Mr time tile card show In : 348.173 gallons, against 16,508.- ,,ed with 76 ,ton during & ,
change address
during tile nines and Inverness Doctors Geo. A. 703 gallon for August. Duvalcounty report not Including sale ', "\!
4..t:08s: Sincerely your. and Mrs-W.; Carter, Max- from .Lawtey', and Jacksonville of leaa J
, our dearly beloved lOa [ and DeLand H. Dame improved Lore N. Morgan;, yule daufhUr.: October 11 tkvMr. . '. ,- Fla.. Crockett 14 the state with a consumption than one toe This place Bradford1*" ','

r.ta::: and Mr*. B., E..,Lee,sad cllnlo at corner. .of Main and SemIole -, Acting First...Assistant. Postmaster . 0 and:' .Mrs.. Keanaik'Klc*'. and the present: Spring addraslnPennsylvania. 'Va.: .. ot 1.973.043 gallon, and 1 i twenty-alxth r.,/in"the'fist" of 'counrtU ':(d'e'
.' '<'' :'.' -,c . ,Oulf county showed ,the:....11"' : i
street- General Folk county t.l.
.. .-'I.' .. ... ,B_ Stark** ,4awPtaJ'J OctobrfSOttavi{ | ' i1- leading with ; ,11!
Ii.,71: .. ," 1 use, a. total of U 41' gallon '
aaa: s '-r.--j.1 .. sr'aS: ; ; .- .. I 884 ton. Jrrrp



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( Conducted By ..,....- II Evan.' Food Store _.,....Vv1of.rC! ant - _____Oct. 1. m Oct. i; mo! 100 I"

+ I, ; 1k. J.eCeuo V .-.... eI o.t.IeVetedau7c.u.c. 14 :J. If. Alvares_....,...I\/' Merchant.Merchant' .- ----- -Oct. tOct. m! Oct. i 1910 l.0ttin lit

i .. 1CSO M-C Store ___.__,, ..._-. -- _____?_____. IOct. 1., 1929! Oct. I, 1130. ft I"
i I MISS PEARL JORDAN Home Demonstration Agent v.tettary -.. z-t-t setbeaity.n.C"... Fred F. Stump ____.'M ""Merchant -- -.__.____.__ 1. III' Oct. i. 1930 100 1.00 I.It
17 A. M. Darby ' Merchant -- ---- Oct. 1 1Oct. 1. 11I9 Oct
.. __ _. eI other. u-tMk. and ......,. N.tI Iknown '----\. ."" ..r"h.nt _____ 1 t. 1990 4.50 I"
dry WIlt 18 J. H. Lord A Co. ._. _... -- ----- t 11119 Oct. 1
BEINGGATiIERED I Li Iw-. writer seed .ata.- 19 Hart ,__'\/\,,.._ )terehant ? _______.__Oct. 1, IIU Oct, 1, IUo.I 1930. 100 ill
Find INFORMATION! r 40 J. C.! n-, ..-- h.nt -Oct. 1. 1929 Oct. 1. 19.10 ,0 IK
Club Women FOR FARM I. she masticatesIt 41 J. W. Morgan ___ .M.rharu ... ---- Oct. 1 1Oct. 1. ms Oct. i. 19ao 4(0 tii
REPORTS Article X form of a cud when 48 J. F. Klckllter ___- ,., .Merchant -- ---- 1. 192 Oct. 1. 1930 4 no its
rjYt OUTLOOK WHEN SCIENCE STUDIES and mixes It with saliva ThisIs 43: Marguerite' Shopb ZASO ,,.Merchant -- _________Oct. 1 1. 1929 Oct. 1. 1980 ,. Grocery Bills Are THE COW'S STOMACH the first step In the manufactureof I 44 Starke Hardware ""r ji t'"(X::*. Merchant -- __._______._._-Oct. 1. m* Oct. i. 1930 1.00, i lit

Gainesville Fla.-The Florida 48 Steam Preeelng' Co. 'v..1>"......lne Club -____._____---Oct. t. 1019 Oct. 1. 1990 4.60 Lit
milk. A cud Swill weigh three; -- ,.! __ __.__.__ inp( )
Gardens 40 Park Laundry ___I undry ? ---.Oct. I. 1929 Oct i, '"
Extension Service --- \/ 1910.
Saved By Agricultural Modern Feeding Method Are the to four ounces. Each one is chewed 47 Hoover Broe. ____..+f.Photographers - ___________Oet. I. 192 Oct. 1. 1930 (.00 lit
will send two represnetatives to Result of Kxperijnentlnff to about a minute before It la returned 4* QulKlev *: Davis ._-_ .... ..-,Iumb... . _______.___.___Oet. I. 192 Oct. 1. mo 600
_____________ 1S.OO ID
J'J'r' outlook confer n F. C. HOllln..wort"V"'ltn." Repatr ShoP Oet. I. 12 Oct. 1, 1930
the agricultural
KJa.-Home gardening Find the Proper Combination ' for digestion.A 60 Register Oarage .-"V'v-"Oarallfe ----, ____________---Oct. 1. lUll Oct. 1, 1930 Boo lit
\ Qulncjr. the llfeOadeden ence to be held In' Atlanta November *. cow In reality has four stomachs 51 J. W. Anrewe, :Jr. _..,\. '"._,...Oarage '- ____________._.?Oct. I. 192 Oct. 1. 1930 .10.00 10'00 'N
play an Imporant part In __ ... undertaker' . k Embalmer ____ ,Oet. 1 A8A! 5
11 1113. After these representatives 61 DeWltt C. :Jones __.'V'" + r Oct. 1. IUO k
f'1IK of the farm family In each one of which performsa 51 DeWItt/ C. Jonas _, "..........,Merchant: ________.__Oct. t. IMS!! Oct. 1, 1930 .25.00 9 lit
Ella Laffitte, return they and other The expression Is 'frequently certain function. The first 54 Starke Bottling Work[*l \, '",...., ", Plant _________0ct. 1. 1929 Oct. 1. 1930 00 !:IN
county, -aid MUi .. ., !\ .__._ ______O"t. < 10.00 IN
t specialists") of the Extension: Ser- where fur 55 J. W. Whit Son *.f.i ?_ ? 1. 1 Oct 1. 1910 3'00
home demonstration agent In a annual used that we are living In a laboratory stomach acts as a churn 118 'anova Pharmacy ..,...../v/'v-.. .Merchant Druggist _ _____.OcL 1. 1929 Oct. 1. 1930 lit
I talk oyer WRUF. vice will Issue the agricultural age. Nearly everything we ther mastication takes place. The 57 The Quality Store r..*j\s\'...+.*Merchant: - ___._ ___._nct. I. 192 1 1930. 450 Itl!
I recent, radio outlook report for Florida. 53 !Stern''! O"ra".V"", ,.._..-r<'.r-..* ?________:._ _t ct. 129 Oct. 1, . Ito
ac11E'' 1j There are 212 member of home In eat and wear and use must first go second apparently has no digestive 59 Bank of Stark -.,x-xvV/N/--.Winker. _ ______-.0ct. I, 1924 Oct. 1, mo.O. 1o 140 IK

Jar.u i' clubs In the county. Frank W. Brumley, specialist through several experimental juices but la a sort of police 60 Bradford County BankV ,.....P"nk.r. ____________._Oct. 1. 192 Oct. 1, 1930. .15 15 00
demonstration( farm management, and H. O. Clayton to the food removing stones It Pollyanna Cafe ....,...,Restaurant ___-________.___.Oct. 1. 1929 Oct. 1, 1930 00 1 1'1I?
c' tho! and practically all of them ara'doIng In charge of outlook reports stages. man 63 Clov.r Farm Store ......../\ ",....... ____________Oct. 1. 1929 Oct. 1, 1930._ 3.00 600 il!
gardening.At A few years ago. I visited the nails, and other foreign objects Merchant ________. I
V r teal fl'fl'R home the Atlanta 4! S. R. John* I, 1929 Oct. 1 1930
recent club meeting Individual will represent Florida at factory of a well-known high- which may happen to be In it. The I. Andrew Store.: v.,."" ,N...' ".___________.__. .Ot.. 1, 1929 Oct. 1, 1930 7 SO >n
hen ,, a conference. Eleven' other __ .. ., _ ______.______._____ 454
to, ? automobile and was told third stomach has powerful muscles III R Courtney _Xv.../\/\, -Mereh iit Oet. 1. 1929 Oct. 1, 1930. 101) Hiui:
reports of 11 member priced ____________._ )
I disa Southern states and the United U A. H. Green ._.\/',_..Merchant _ .Oct. I. 1929 Ort. 1, 1930 uiui
IV showed that the familiesof that eyery part of the engine was, which squeeze the moistureout 11 Rlteh'" .. Lunch8atl0" .\/',......,AU.tomoblle, Tire* and Tube. .__Oet. 1. 1920 Oct. 1. 1930. 1.00:
rtlM b tab 1 present States Department of Agriculturewill Inspected forty-five minutes of the food and prepares It 68 Blue Bell -v\yv.._....T."r->i Brand ._._______-._____Oet, 1. 1929 Oct. 1. 1930 6.00 tii
2 2I these women had enjoyed a furnish representatives.The every 69 A. M. BI"nchardM.r'hant._ _ _____ ._____O"t. 1.. 1929 Oct. 1. 1930. 600 luHI.
s continuous supply of fresh vegetables during the process of manufacture. for entertlng the true stomach. 70 McNulty Store _....._\/'.,./>.M.rchant. _ _________.___ Oct. 1Oct. 1929 Oct. 1 1930 300 t
While declaring conference is planned so Finally the engine was placed ona From there on the processes are 71 The Hasen. Co. _v\7>...........**"%rchant _ ......________...- 1, 1929 Oct.. 1, 1930 3.00 450 Ltl
since March. that the representatives of each Variety Meat Market ./ON ,..*Meat Dealer -_ ________.____Oct. 1, 1929 Oct. 1, 1930 s'oo .HI
I Ir that the value of these vegetables testing block and run at full very similar to those. In other ant 71 Pan-American Petroieuof 1tjo./ _tVhnl--nle. 011 Dealer _______.__Oct. I. 1929 Oct. 1. 1930 2500
., : health standpoint state may obtain Information both speed continuously for four hours' mals. 74 John Hag __ -___...._"'VV..Merehant. __.__________Oct. 1.Oct. 1929 Oct. 1. 1930 3.00
y7a' , from a foreign and domestic concerning 78 May Service. Station* _"' \ __________________ 1Oct. lUll Oct. 1. 1930 1000 ui
?' 'u hard to estimate Miss Laffitte before It was ever put into the flushed It is a fact that this is a more \ /'- ,..re4.nt _______ lot
Hi'G Is Intended I' 78 A. L. Kahr'V.. .....- _ ?_?__ 1. 1929 Oct. 1. 1930 II.fid
said that the fresh vegetables ob- supplies on hand acre- car. complicated procedure than the digestive 77 W. C. Stephenson _..-......1....-,.,Merchant _ ____________.___Oct. 1. 1929 Oct. I. 1930 S.OO I idid

new these 11 gardens ages and other data about.various The average public is not awareof processes In other ani 78 ::1. B. Jones --.,w"/'V--" 'I1''r..hant _ ___-._--------Oct. 1. 1929! Oct 1. 1930: 450
'tained from crops and livestock. This Infor.matlon similar methods 79 C. E. Harper" ____._,_ -\-s,.......M.rchant _ __-._._______?____.Oct. 1, 1929 Oct. 1. 1910 300 inui
_ meant a saving of $1.035,76 In will be used back- the fact that mail' Therefore It Is very necessary 80 C. E. Harper. __ w_'\* >' _...Turpentine Operator ?_______.Oct. 1.Oct. 1929 Oct. 1, !1930 loon(
li r 4' '1 bllla. In addition to the as a have been employed for years In that the cow be quiet and 81 Mr. C. E Harper _,-_,M,_."'. >< 'a n .:. ___.._____._____ 1.Oct. 1929! Or t. 1. 1930! 3.00 1001
;*J8 1 1i a [ grocery ground when the various state reports -' of the and feeding comfortable the period 82 O. .rohn. ___._- _..,\/.U.rehant v _____ ... .. .__ 1. 1929 Oct. 1. 1930 2.00 t'16.
vegetables used fresh, the same are being Issued. the study care during 83 l O. Joh n. __._tio o- .,..' ". rant " _______.__.____ .Oct. 1.Oct. 1929! Oct. I. 1930! 6 00 &.
P'i i t i 11 club women canned 2,416 of cattle when she is transforming her food 84 Hampton Service tii/)Pv/vC,,.Mf.>rchnt _ ________.___.__.__..... 1. 1929 Oct. 1. 1910 ion I lit
When the Florida report la Is- Recently I visited a well-known Into milk. A when disturbed 85 Vernon Blade ____ A/s "*rb"r Shop ____________________Oct. 1. 1929 Oct. I. '1930 100 1.54
1 et : f r quarts from their gardens with sued covering all of the state's cow, 86 A. A. Dnrden ___ .. ........ ,.......,!Merchant _________._____._,Oct. 1. 1929 Oct. 1. 1930 800 in(I
r,,i f. an estimated value of $724.20. state experimental station. As we immediately ceases chewing 87 W. H. Moor. ____.._.._rvy.Merchant _ _______________-___Oct.Oct.. 1; 1929 Oct 1. 1930. a 00
s n I I value of $1- major agricultural commodities It : went through one barn I was her'cud which means that at the 88 Lacy/ Ritch __._.,.,...,. ......"..,_.u.t.ur..nt _ .__________.?. 1. 1939 Oct. 1, lQo &.00( 114
; %) ) This gives a total should aid farmers in planning 89 n. &. Purvle --.___--_' '' ,.,Merchant _______?__._ ...,Oct. 1.Oct. 1929 Oct. 1, 1930 Rp,; inWest.
rr"; 760.95 for products from the 11 shown a new-born calf and Inform. next milking period her supply 00 W. H. Maxwell ___ ___,'''p.''....Merchant. ,. ._______.._. .' 1, 1929!! Ort. t. 1930! 3.00 W.'ft
; 1 1II $180 garden, for their acreages of various crops for i ed that within twenty-four hours will be greatly reduced If the disturbance 91 Starke Telephone CoAremlcan _'v".1'fll..phon." Business _________,__0ct. 1.Oct. 11I99 Oct. 1. 1930 15.00 let
gardens or per. 1931, and should. guide them In 02 Cafe _?-f...,..Cate _ _____________ 1, 1929 Oct. I. 1930 &.00 Ul
seven months. their livestock It would not be alive. In fact It continues 03 Elbert Hartman ?-??-.,.., ...........fl.rall' _ _.______________Oct. 1. 1929 Oft. t. 1930 10.00 1(1IM
U While the spring and summer programs. The report was doomed to die before It' was 94 Torode-nitch Chevrolet \ ?. ('.ra'e _______--.-----__.____Oct. 1.Oct 1929 Oct. I, 1930 10:00: IM
will embody the opinions of this 95 Starke Rariraln Stor .,".I'.tor.rehant _ __________. 1, 1929 Oct. 1. 1930. 3.00
I-:, vegetables are about over now each extension specialist ever born. The reason for POULTRY OUTLOOK 96 nr. W. B. Park --...._.._'V'.f'Jty.lclan. / _ __...:?_____?___Oct. 1. 1929 Ort. 1. 1930 10.00 soi lit
II i fall garden crops are being harvested covering was that Its mother had been fed a 97 Highway Market --v,.,.\,prtr0.t Market _?__.______.__.__,0ct. 1, 1929 Oct. 1, 1D30 600 1(4IH
: his line of work. It should be Issued certain ration. For twenty 9* Oaroln. Cafe ..---V,,.-- re.. _.___________Oct. 1. 1(29 Oct. 1. 1930 10.00 {
; r' and the garden. are continuing before January 1. years Gainesville Fla.-Fewer turkeys 9(1( Magnolia Cat. -.,,...,V"Cats _ ___.________________.Oct. 1, 1828 Oct. 1. 1930 10.00 IMt

f fr !I to do duty cows fed this ration had not pro- will be raised this year than 100 Corpenlng'a Drug Store, \.1'.I't."ch"nt Druggist ?____.____._Oct. 1r 1929 Oct. 1. 1930 460 n
+ testln. [' 4> duced a single calf which lived. In lot L. L. Loach. __ _...... '...,...--.'.--t __. ___ ct. iOot. 1vi Oct. 1, 1110 son IMIK
t .; the offspring would be last, is the opinion of dealers and .02 Mitchell' Drug Store"' """\.1'- Merchant Druggist _w. ___, 1. 1(29 Oct. 1.Oct. 1930. 4 BO
quickly ,:>, FOLK COUNTY i CLUB every case packers who have just presented 10.1 Jacob A: Roener _-,": t,"_,Merchant: . -____________._. 1. 1929 Oct. 1. 1930. 800 1 1(1ici
"tern '<: WOMKN! INTERESTED I WRUF FARM! PROGRAM undersized abnormal and, in 104 Starke Hardware tfllt" to.. 'Ire A Tube Dealer ________Oct. 1, 192" Oct. 1.Oct. 1930 600
ton [h cases, blind. The ration was their outlook reports. The poultry 10ft W. H. Edwards -.......,,./'' '. tlsrege: ______?____________. 1, 1929 Oct. 1. 1930 1000
i" ? gGri IN 1IOMK INDUSTRIES i The Voice of Florida" many and' turkey outlook report will 106 Starke Ice Faetor,1'. ',.,..,1c.r11ctory* ____-___?___.._-_Oct. 1..1929 Oct. 1. 1930 10.00 SMM
rv i W wheat straw wheat meal, wheat 107 Errol .. -- ,,..o/\t-v- ... __.__-___?____-Oct. 1, 1929 Oct. 1. 1930 a 00
I i / IV SJSfAai 11. -- gluten and common salt. soon be' Issued by the U. S. Department 108- Errol Alvares .--- ,..... .Barber: Shop _______..________Oct. 1. 1929 Oct. 1.Oct. 1930! 1.00 1SIM.
>r Bartow Fla.-The development of Agriculture and will 109 Rradford Cn Abstract. OJ,, ",...... ..'rantom of 'Title _________. I. 1929 Oct. 1Oct. 1930 1000 IMIS
Ifd I of Home Industries In Polk count Gainesville, Fla. Next week'afarm The interesting thing about the be explained by F. W. Risher of 110 F. O. Hemingway. .._" t ,,,"",,nrrat Dealer _________________.- 1. 1929 Oct. I, 1930 600 !
tSt 111 Bradford Co. Farmer Suq': t ,Wholesale. Merchant ___________-Oct. 1929 .
t t's t! has out of the long time programs over WRUF, state experiment was that In this same o. I. Oct 1 1930 1.50 .11
ty grown owned radio the State Market Bureau, over 111 Bradford Co.. Farmer AVe to.. )terchant _ _____._________.Oct. 1, 1929 Oct. I. 1930 3.00 161
station will barn the fed with the
: JI'' plan of the home demonstration present cows same WRUF November 7 at 12:15: 113 Home Cafe -___-..."..o/\.I'I'.Tt..tllta..llnt _. .-_______,_,-.,-__.-Oot. 1, 1929 Oct. 1, lUll 50(1( !151
jkc71 );'' agents to help the women and talks on many vital farm topics, ration plus the bone meals and cod standard 114 Fred Sapp _ _---_?-"" ,,,....Merchant. _ __._____________Oct. 1. 1929 Oct. 1. 1930 3.00 III
1. of the develop their along with the regular entertain- liver oil produced healthy calves eastern time. 115. now.e Furniture Co. ....o/\.tv..M..rchant ____________.___Oct. 1. 1929 Oct. 1. 1930 300 IH
girls county lie T. T. Blllekburn ---""""'\ ",.....Merchant _ ____._________ .Oct. 1.Oct. 1929 Oct. 1. 1930 3 00 lit
,,y skill and liking Into the manufacture ment features The programs will which later became large producers 111 Mre.:1.: P. Dloker.on",.../..0/N"._..M"rchant _ ___.______.________ 1. 1929 Oct. 1. 1930 300 IM
4n herr of useful, beautiful and marketable go on the air each day at 12:16: of milk. Salerno Frank Baret'a Dairyin 118 Norman folds ,,,...\I".Tt..tllurant - ._________ Oct. 1, 1929 Oct. 1. 1930! 600/ lit
119 Sinclair Refining Co. .....vJWholemil8 ___._ __
eastern standard Palm City purchased Shelby's x -Oil Dealers _ .Oct. 1. 1929 Oct. 1 1930. .2000 121t
:JI i products. Miss Lois God time, and some of All through this experiment 120 R. R. Wasdln __ .. ., _ _
? ,>,,\/' Merchant __ ___-______-.1. 1929 Oct. 1; 1930 300 HI
_ r etHamO I:t'' bey home demonstration agent, the topics announced by the Flor- elation similar thesis were' being Dairy of this place. 121 JB.. Rowe ---_-...._,/\/''...Merchant.] _________________ .Oct. 1, 1929 Oct. 1, 1930. 3.00 1.11
ida Agricultural Extension Service made various combinations of 122 Louts H. Hill ___-........\ '....-...wrth Fire A Marine In*. .......Oct. I, 1929 Oct. 1. 1930 IN
I i' recently told a radio audience over on 123 Lout H. Hill -----,,_...Vti.....Atlas Insurance Co. __._________Oct. I. 1929 Oct 1. 1930. IN
w WRUP.W follow: food. By this means the corerct 124 Louis H. Hill ____..........\1'.._A tonal| Fire Insurance _______Oct. 1. 1929 Oct. 1. 1930.

There has long been an Interest Sat., Oct. 25-Florida Farm feeding of dairy cattle was being 125 Anderson Bros. Oarage 1'..._' (daraer _ ___.____________?____Oct. I. 1929 Oct. 1, 1930 1000 IMN
'fndiMor 126 r. A. Darling ___... ..,.. ... ___ __ __ ___
: I News and Hints. -- \ .Me"ch..nt -___ Oct. I. 1929 Oct. 1, 1930 300 IH
? tt ;(/ In home canning in the county, U. S. Farm Science duced to a science The results I 127 O. M. Inman __-_-_-.,......, E state Broker _____.____.._Oet. I., 1929 Oct. 1. 1930. .1000 INIM

de 1/} and a continuous demand for aid Snapshots.Mon. of this scientific knowledge are yamIk 128 F. A. Scott ----v_,>of..ehant ___________Oet. J. 1919 Oct 1, 1930. 3.00
4 a lt5ody Oct. 27-Sugestlons to available to farmer 129 Blessed Remedle Co. _" .. M-t-chant _ _,__--___._____O..t. 1. 1929 Oct. 1,1930. 8.00/ 1(1
h, and Information. During the sum- now every 110 Gaiety Theatre ____,__ ...;;..,Moving Picture Show _________......Oet. I. 1929! Oct. 1. 1930. .10.00 in
p C.50 v' mer of 1929 80,000 containers the Beef Cattle Grower-W. J. I and there Is little excuse today for 111 A. 8. Crew _______ ....La wver" _________:...______Oet. I. 1929 Oat.'1, 1930 .10.00 Sot
,'. in the homes of the Sheely and Spuds Johnson. the owner of dairy cattle not' 132 n. B. Coleon ..._.____-_.".""..._._'Merchant _?____?____?_-_Oet. I, 1929 Oct 1, 1930. 300 .lip
; were canned 133: Brownlee Bro. __, _, ,. ...Merchant. _ ___._______________ Oet. J. 1929 Oct. 1, 1930 8.00 ISI
f, county. A number have developed Tues., Oct. 28-Gassing Peach I knowing how to keep his herd on 134 The Shrlver Co. ___.._,.., "?+eo"ch.n9. ___________?_Oct. I. 1929 Oct. 1, 1930. 460 III

_ a trade In jellies candled peels. Tree Borers-J. R. Watson Adap- a profitable production basis. lit H. W, Purney ________ ......"....nllrb.r Shop __;;..___..not. 1. 1910 Dct. 1. 1930. 1.00 .M
Tn C } lift H. C. Wall -.----...,.,.' '..,...Atble. Insurance Co. _______-Oat I. 1929 Oct. 1. 1910. lot
3; i P filet /$. salad dressings and other food tation and Uses of the Australian We have already referred to the .. 137 H. C. Wall __.___.._......\' "'-.... 'ricultural Insurance Co. ___,Oct. .1, 1929 Oct. 1. 1930. IMIM

; :i _ \\L I products. Some of these have Cajeput Tree-Harold Mowry. dairy cow as an example to a mod- Will Fire Rob You 138 H. O. Wall _____._.... ./\.I'- ,_.'"""*'", '"weath! Insurance Co. .....Opt. l l.A I. 1929 Oct. 1, 1930 !

6 until they are doing business Wed., Oct. 29-Some horticultural ern machine perfected throughoutthe 139 H. C. Wall _______---.. .v.Olle Fire Insurance Co. ._____.-.-Ot.. l. 19'9 Oct. 1. 1930. IMIM
grown 140 H. C. Wall .._____ __..,'V'_.-IVaw York Underwritein. *. Co. Oct. 1. 1929 Oct 1. 1930.
"f of several thousands of dol- ', Observations at Penn. State years for the manufacture of Of Your Home 141 H. C. Wan -_____:.._'\/'_."- Northern Assurance. Co. ._. -_.._Oct. 1. 1929 Oct. 1. 1930. IMIM

ls lars each year. College Major W. L. Floyd. milk. I think we will have a 5._.. .. 143 H. C. Wall _________--..,rXN'>hern Fire *: Marine In.. Co. __..Oct. 1, 1929 Oct 1. 1930
4' ; I -- .up 143 H. C. Wall"V'f")ct. 1Oct. 1929 Oct. 1. 1930. IMIM
.It ID't. v! A later development has been in Thurs.. Oct. 30-Heating the greater regard for the humble cow i-.PM_>_. i.._-__ ____ r-rw*, 144 H. C. Wall _____.........'\, ',"..American Surety Co. _______r-__ 1Ort. 1929 Oct 1. 1930.
th. ,: handicraft. One day each week Citrus Grove-Dr. A. F. Camp. 'and will be far more considerateof I _- r--- r- ......T F.w a.- 14S H. C. Wall _____..............\.1',," A Deposit Co. __________ 1Oft. 1929 Oct. 1. 1930. IM
7 i ',cauNa ;4 -l kl-.!.?...............- 146 H. C. Wall ....____.......,...\I'-alarvland Oamialtv' Co. ________- 1Oct. 1929 Oct. 1. 1930. IMIM
1 Ventfendan Of ;' has been set aside in order to Preparing Bees for Winter-R. E. her comfort and surroundings If .... 1- 147 H. C. Wall -.----_.._...,V' _Southern Surety Co. ____._- I. 1929 Oct. 1. 1930.

1::i make available the information Foster, we know a little more about the ..... 148 H. C. Wall ____.____-_-'\/.rlLrtf..rd Fire Insurance Co. _.___Oct. 1, 1921 Oct. 1. 1930. INIM
; i i'.i and equipment of the agents, The Fri., Oct. 31-What and Whento mechanism by which'ahe pro .. ..r. i_, ..[. y ..... 149 H. C.. Wan ------V'. .,..,irid.ilty. A Casualty Co. .______.Oct. 1. 1929 Oct. 1. 1930._
al/t r it V .. . w In.s It vl.a ... ISO H. C. Wall -._______...........\.p....-North River Insurance. Cn. ______Oct. 1onal 1, 1929 Oct. 1. 1930. IMIN
, 4 loned ; women of the county have reft Plant for Florida Pastures-W. vides milk. ..._.. _-wo, ... ........ lilt H. C. Wall -_______-,""' \./".,... \ \ Union Fire Ins Co. ______Oct. J. 1929 Oct. 1. 1020. -
the sponded with Interest and enthus- E. Stokes. How many times, for instance 4J ..- ......-AND INAJJUI 15S H. C. Wall --______,_,emu.. .Liverpool & London A Globe In.. Co.Oct. 1, 1929 Oct. 1 1. 1930.. 101
1 .ann r a0rquaw.rHAROLD: / 143 H. C, Wall -- ..,..""' ,,...' S, Fidelity Guaranty Co. _____Oct. 1. 1929 Oct. 1 1. 1930.. IN
{ r iasm. Seventy have attended these 4 are we neglectful, In cold weather 154 H. C. Wall __;___i
itI .,,,,,-,MNsw York Life Insurance Co..Oct.. 1. 199!! Oct. 1, 1930 Itt
}I jji classes in the courthouse during An unusually good offering of of water for the cattle We C. WALL 155 J. L. Fraiee. .___..........\,/,/.-lawyerJ _________________.___Oct. 1Oct. 1929 Oct 1, 1930 .1001)) 514
korna f: purebred Jerseys, Holstelns and bodies 156 Dr. n. S. Carroll _-............\, ',-J*""!"*. ____._-_._____._ ___ 1, 1929 Oct. I, 1930..10.00 101
tl I 'A.Ja.L iy 4: the past year. Instruction Ii givI' do not realize that their INSURANCE 157 PJ. M. John ----__- ..,.....p,.lawyer. ____-------::_?__Oct. 1, 1929 Oct 1, 1930. .1000 sot
_ : ,I' en in tooled leather Quenseys has been assembled by consist of from 70 to 90 per cent 158 Nelson' Short --------,.,,'\.f,AtleiitaurBnt. _ ______________..Oct. t. 1929 Oct. 1 I, 19 0... 6.00 ISI
$ the Florida State Dairymen's Association liquid. Water performs important 169 Hampton Beach Casino ,.,/\r,ehanre Hall ___________.____-.Oct. 1, 1929 Oct. 1Ort. 19:10.100.00: tow
L rAt t pewter, wood finishing rugs, lamp many STARKE -FLORIDA 16016S henry hover _._--w.\.tv-1\Iflrchant _ ______________..__- 1. 1929 Oct. 1Oct. 1930. 3.00 111SS4
; shades, basketry and other craft. for Its first annual auction functions In the body: It 181 811m'. Caf. ---....,,. \.n.hefe ______.-__---------?- 1, 1929 Oct 1, 1930.. 800
>( Tool. are available and supplies at Monticello, October 28. dissolves the food acts as a carrier le3 W. T. Turner ---.--_,,.,.. ..- \:. ____;.__?____.___Oct. 1. 129 Oct. 1. 1930.. 3 00 1.SO

1 '7 Yhy 'f I of food and waste and Is a J... R. flalney _____ /-1\I"r"hant... ., ___________.-Oet. 1. 1929 Oct. 1. 1930_ 3.00 lit
w are furnished at coat. During the 14 H. V. KnlKht ---.--...."" ...Le w er __.____ __ __..Oct. I 1929 Oct'1 1930. .1000 100 D
i' past summer 60 yards of burlap more Important element In the 135 Ever Ready Cafe --V'rhsfa: _+:N---________::_._.____0ct. 1, 192 Oct.. 1, 1930. 5.00 110

,y and fertiliser have Substitutes Are chemistry of the body. Any In- 18; i{. C. Young --------.V-v-f.'an' -- ___?..___.______..Oc&. 1, 1929 Oct. 1. 1930. .10.00 604
countless bags -
: B Knight .... .
COFFINS & CASKETS ------'-"/ ... 'Ve. -__________--?..0ct. 1. 1929 Oct. 1. 193010.00 sot
SCI' ; been used in the manufacture of terference with the normal 165 El K. Perryman --.vv.1.. .wy.r _ ______-...Oct. 1. 1929 Oct.. 1Oct. 1930. .10.00 lot
;' aS { booked GenuineAlways amount of drinking water may be And at Full Line of JSII Louts H. Hill -----\/'V-. .al Estate. Broker!..._______- 1, 1929 Oct. 1. JIIO..10.00 1N
rugs alone. Never 170 O. W. Brown _ _,_ .
; ?-.gyp-Physlclan _ _________O<'t. 1. 1929 Oct. 1930..10.00 U'i
I 4) serious and it should be supplied Undertakers' Supplies 171 C. B. Bennett -.-----.......' ',,lAtercnant _ _____________Oct. 1. 1929 Oct. 1. 1930._ 3.00 111
to livestock in large amounts In 172 Damon Dell -.-.............'/" .. .. ... Shop __________.____Oct. 1, 1929 Oct. 1. 1930.. 1.00 It
a| ....JI, CLUB ACHIEVEMENT! something lacking In substitute HEARSE 173 Oliver :J. Matheny ---_..?,1.f.! - ----_____?__.___...( all seasons of the year In the A11TQJOBILB 174 General Service _____ Itft
I DAY PROGRAM WILL BE that' always there in original. ------ Oct. 1, 1929 Ort 1.Oct. 1930 10.00
winter time 175 Seaboard 011 Co. ___,".,,, 1y.Whole.ale 011 Dealer ._.___. : : IIII
drinking water AIn as pi1 er T.t. W.t ? 1929 Oct. 1 1930. .25.00
Genuine Carter'a Little I4w H. R. Brown ______$,_..., ....Merchant Oct. lit
S 4 : ) should not be cold I ''"!?* M XfcVeeiaJ 18pnt pvitir 176W 1, 1929 Oct. 1. 1930 3.00
Standard OJ.C!! __ -Jtarchsnt _. .
--- vegetable calomel act, "' 'V'Y; - ?-? ,..,.-let. 1. lose Oct. 1. 1930.! ann ISI
,S I Gainesville) will .containing pun The 'digestive organs of the cow .i<._ *.* i. efegra.h 178 Mrs. J. I* John* _a_._..__a',:vsv.r>i:1 '!>ant -- __ --______' ct. U 129 Oct. 1. 1930__ 1.00 5'oo
4' Fla.-Florida clve'tried and true relief for torPid. ..N.nagolaTERno 17* J. W. Robinson ___.,,.,\y..._ | < ert..k.1'O, ,, <;t. 10( 1929 Qct. 1, Inq.-J& f,It
plerf L fr_ Join the other. states ot the nation bile are extremely Interesting. As 180 D. Mehtman ____._._ ... .. ..1'1.1'' of Medicine .
f sluggish liver Starting flowing 1111184..IIIIIRDEWI'IT + .. _.__.__-6ci i i. i9J9 i.Oct. iJJJSmith's
I Ii
Oct. .
ii aY in putting on a 4-H club achleve- most of us know, the dairy cow Tel H. C. Wan .-----__. .".'lrave er0 taiuridce Co,______ 1830-.
i q 4 4e 4g'1 freely they flush body dean. Cuter'aLitti. 181 F. W. 1. lUll Oct. 1.Oct. .
.!! ment day program from 18:80: to chewa her food Just enough to C. JONES 183 hell Petroleum R..r -1\, ., ,. "_._____. 1. 1(29 Oct. 1Oct. 1130.. B.OO1930.2BOO lit
Liver Pill In red bottle. Corp .""< ;, h Ieale"6ll "
come 1 Dealer _..__ .
3' 1180: p. m. Saturday, November 8. I moisten It. before she swallows It. 184 Rattl. & McCoy _.. ---f : I, 1929 Oct. 1. jn4IM
PLORIOA |ctUr Show
; raI Substitute Insult to liver.I TARKB. \ ,. __,______ -Oct. I, 12 Oct. 1.!
186 .
1; The program will be on the air are your It la held In the paunch until she Smith's Gar.r. -------,-. ,,- ..rail'. _.--_ u ... .Oct. I, U" Oct. 1,

I i1h I r over radio stations of the NBC I Take Carter'a. .Is ready to bring It back In the. 186 Service Station _.X"y>.-Aferehant -I ----______Oct 1, 129 Oct. 1.Oct. 1930.. 1.00 IHti'
IT.Smlth.JL Service Station ..-\Av-l{ .. *: Tub. Dealer _________ 1, It1. Oct. 1. 1910. 8.00 !:
; r chain. Florida stations partlcl- 18S Bterl, Courtney ---_ !!:.tat. Broker .___ .Oct. 1, 1929 Oct. 1. 1930_10.00 ipI
4 189 Bterl Courtney ____ ti.vahler Ocean Casualty Co. __.. ._ I"
--Oct 1 13 1930Oct.
fwt'' K '? paling will be WJAX, WIOD and 10 T. L. Sto-all! Co.Bterl ___..-....".....,,_ .- ft Tub. Dealer .__._. _____ 1,, 1(29 Oct Oct. 1 1., 1(30_ 5.00 lit
W SUN. REPORT ON LICENSES r 11 Courtney __,.--........ Commercial Casualty In.. Co. ____ Oct. 1. 1(2 Oct. 1, 1910.
193 L, .
Ipp Roy Oalne.- 104Mt
-Oaf. _
_____ 5.00'
.Oct. 1. 12 Oct. 1. 1930.
From 11:80 to 12:45 the .
; : : pro- 1(1 :J. 8. Eunice ---_,,........j'Merehant _ 1.60
ar filed"with. the -Apr. 1. 1(29 Oct. 1. 1930. 1
of Licence issued the Tax duplicate of which have been County Judge .r.
Report by Collector .
kram will from the United 14 Mr* 8. R. Jon. .
1 come for the period beginning on the nut day of October A. D. 1510 and ending on the llet day of October, A. D. 15 Levlton p Merchant . ----___.__.Oct 1, 1(29 Ot. 1. 1930_ 1 Q I'
r* of a. ------1.Pressing _ ___ 6.<
"' iart States Department Agriculture "30. 194 Barber Shop Cub .Oct. 1. 1(2 , 1. 1930_
; / t.; Mad t'! .In'Washington. Music and an address 191 Thames ---. arber..S" ---_______Oct. 1, 129 Oct. 1, 130.5.00 IK
-- 01 M.dloln. W. Vet
Oct., 1, 191 Oct., 130 W.
s' 18 Ma.on-Wllam. Sho., ".of'.nt' Show .__ = ".
i by Dr C. W. Warburton director 19 = : -)5.09 ]
of extension work will be ---1r..lnl Club _ --.__ 1930 Oct-1i0 I.SO I
;, W. Clemon I
AC ": - -----_.__._Oct. lUll Oct. 1, 1930. 3.00
i featured. From 11:45: until 1:16 A C. _ _____ 165
: sos O. -- .Oct. 1, 192 Oct. 1. 1,30-.100
fcfi W.
k a local program, using state club &: i loa B. L. walnwii--"er""antt __ __ ___ ---__Oct. 1. 192 Oct. 1, 1930_ 1.00 u'
-----_-gyp, t 1 1719 Oot. 1 ann...10." I.
S04 K. W. Frasee
J::2 members and workers will go on ,II SOS Walk.r -Pallor- t..trl.t ___..Apr. i. U30 Oct. i Ala .
Bowling 190.pd.
Period of License .
1J wllng Alley _ _, : ., 6.00 al
from Stay
? each station. Then from .3: S06S07 W. H. OoOwln.C t. _ __ B. 10 Get. r

; 1:15: until 1:80: another chain program ;; To Whom Granted For What Purpose .' 8hS SOS Nora 4.L B.John ,-.......... \ "".nt._ _'.0_u......__...Ma, 1 1 Oct()ct: r 1,1980. 1.00..811 Ii li

'| will be brought from Washlagton. .. 1 ,' ',4// 8Z e o ---MerCbant _ _Get: I] its* octl 1.* 193oZ ..00 JOct. J-
o o 0 so* :Ja Kit
,' a --_ Jyaterebant _ "
Honorable Arthur .. '. 1. un Oct. I. 1930.. .011
M. 3 w lie Fr" D. .. v"I'
p' 4 -WI A" .. ._ _3 111 .O.teboutl.f.cdl. -.May 10 110 OcR I 1930 W. W.
the t rees | Hyde aecretary of agriculture,will S J,. M 3 ., SIS W H. Orlffln --. -I"sober Shop __ __ ?Get 1, 12* 0t.1 180_ 3.00: 1'11
< speak during this period. .. 11 0 SIS P. W. William .,,.p "r"hant. _ --t. 1* line t' 19ao_ 1.00 1 t"
un I-ko. 1a* OcL *Q9A_ 1.00
h. r-fr S14 M. V. MillerL. ., ivv i, !* "
x /vPAy.lclan _ Oct.1 .
.. ...._ _10.00
1 n 315 D. TaylorCourtesy --- ++ Oct. 1. 1S30 ..nII
----"r Shop _
1 .r Jun Ii Oct. 1. 1930_ -50
) Service
rs Station ,. _.._.. .. 13 1.00 I"
.r..nt OcL J'
1 Standard 011 --------Wholesale Oil D.aler. __- .Oct. 1. alt OeL 1. tinlS.oo 11.50 Hendrlx English --. ww5katlnt Rink __- GeL 1. 1930.
t B.: T. St.wart - I.rchant __. .__.Oct. 1.1.1. o.t. 1. no '.Olt 1.110 118 Brooker TurpentlneCe.Brooker ... Jun It 1930 Oct. I 110 Col. Co..
yl y No Substitute for Blanchard ._Merchant 1. ISIS 1 130 .. L00 1.6e "";.r"lntn. Oerator - --Oct 1, 11 Oct 1. 130..20.00 1 t"lt
y yYP'y S A. M. '
+ 114 I 4 Florida Power A Light C-... "nx Light =____...:.___-==8::: 1.: 1585 8::: Ii, 1,30.-1e.00: 1.00: Wlggln Turp.ntn. Co Oct, 1. 11 Oct. 1. 130. 900 "
: 5 Florida Power Light Co _..x LI"ht ___________.-----Oct. I. tabs pct It n'Oto.OIt ,.oo 111 Wla-gln Smith -.rp.ntn. Operator. _ ..Oct. 1. 191* Oct. U 130 2000Oct. .I N
9 Mother NatureOld I I M. U John M.rehant ___ Oct. I. 1.1. o.t. ., _'10_ 1.00 1.110 111 Wlg-ln Bros. NTpry. Operator 1. 1917 Oct. ). "10.. 3-0" 1414
T A. V. Varne* Lunch stand Oct. 1. al' Oet. I, 1.10 1,00 1,10 121 WlKRlns Bros. p.ntn._ .,.-_ __Oct. 1. 12 Oct 1, 199 0.-1.00_ |
t J. n. Baxter -- ,__. __ '''1 De.1.r .,__. -.-...-..Oct.l.JUo.t.l.lI10 1.00 1.10 114 W. Rdward* .- .r""an' _ ___ ..Oct l' 1(2 Oct. 1. 110-. a on a
Mother Nature has no aubetitute' 1 Gulf Refining{ r... Wh".I. Oil ____0c.1. 1. J81. o.t. 1. 1t3015.00 11.110 115S26 W. H. Smith 14.rchst __ Oct 1. ..Oct. 1. 110_ 1.00 1 t

.i d Ix 10 }loor.r-Futok Co. ? ._u Broker. _...._.-Got. 1. 7111 o.t., I. II'G.1O.00 1.00 W. H. Smith _...:. \'P1-ntln* Operator ,"J"I_; ___ Oct 1 13 Get 1. 110 J.OO. :
i. Y r when aid .la needed for torpid C'JOnlu-1' I 11 F. C. }|nlllnir>w -thIS Gstate Broker. __. Oct. 1.111' OcL I. IIS010.0' '.Olt 137 O. I_ ayne. ______"I."tl.)0 1. l' .
1 1 pateclltter. That's why Carter's Little Enoch Orlfflu -"I\nt . Oct./, 19U o.t. 1. 1t30 1.00 1.10 118 Powell Turpentine Co. 'Oi t
: I IS W. M. Sspn -".nt ___ Oct. 1. 1915 Oct. 1. 19.G ,.00 '.10 lt Powell Turpentine -V.rpntn.. opeato- t 1'1* Oct. I. n-o:: o
Liver PUla are made out of pure vegetable > 14 W. M. SappIB .Merchant J. .....-.-._--Oct. 1. UII Oct. 1.1118_ 1.00 t.IO Denmark ,1er.hant . ., Oet' :Oct U a.OO 1"-
1. 1.
w. a wiui14 -'" 'FNer. nt Medlcln. _____Oct. 1. JIll o..t. I, lUG..IIG.OO 15.00 SIS n. W. Holland _.. ..,- -- t. 190'- ttt
i calomel. Starting thirty-two 11 U W.- ,..... "t Medicine ____--Oct.. 1. 1111 Oct I. UIGIO.00 ".1t0 111 W. E. Mlddleton, P..lrlan' l 1,11; : mL1C1:00
ounces of bile flowing 17 Paul J. Carr' . ..hnp. .__ Oct 1. 1511 o..t. I. 1110. I.oe 1,00 O eG f
freely they 1* Rver Ue.d- n.+t.urant. ___ _Oct. 1. 1... Oct. 1. 1t10._ 1.0 '.IG I W..O.o A. Oardln.r, County '''' and C. A Tax Collector 15.1 "**
Jnlllf't '' certify
, 1 1 thoroughly cleanse body of all waste. '3 o.orve F. Young .nt ______ .. Oct. 1. UII Oct. I, It.o,_ 4..0 1.15 foretoing I. eoneeL or said County, do
,, Red 50 R. R. TAM .nt ___?__...............O1ct. 1. "It o..t. 1. 1110.,. 1.0 '.00 i under our hands and t'k fa', teal ot County Fudge this let day or "
bottles. All Druggists. Insist ___ see 1.50 ( October, A 1.
onCarter's 51 H. K. Burr ant. __ _Oct. I. ISIS Get. 1. 1030 sEn I.
by name. Take Carter'a. SI Lewis Furnl1"," fov. t. ___Oct. 1. IU' o.t., 1" l11C1_ 1.00 1.10 GARDINER. County .ud'0. A KNIGHT Tax Collector.


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I I a "cross between the grunt of the paid. fine of f 125 In county court here late today of Mrs. Annie Lee I the head of sllver-'Springs:; j,been constructed especially for d'

I alligator and the atmosphere split here today on a charge of assault Edgecomb. mother of five childrenand ing definite form. The Silver Springs run, says Mr. Ehar-w k
I I News of Florida In Short Paragraphs ting cry of the manatee or sea and battery growing out of a street serious injury to Alfred G. room of the lodge will be bee. The boats are said to be of l
t cow" The Captain has been gath- altercation between him and FredO. Simmons, her fishing; companion, the lateatP'1l1man"\ type: constructed -
II ering turtle eggs for years but said Eberhardt, local publisher, who were run down by an unidentified mented with fixtures in so as to allow the passen- rah
I II that to his knowledge'nothing like Eengston entered plea of guiltyIn plane as they fished style, stressing the fact that gfera to recline while looking '
I this has come to his notice. The the case late tyesterday. a surprise from a boat In the bay. Simmons, Inolea'one* roamed over the through the glass. Each will car ?rl+ '
r t STATE NEWSTOLD I turtles he said grow to enormous move beca-ass/this case was who early tonight was reported as according toll. H. Ellarbea: I ry 18 passengers.
LIVE Jacksonville, a member of the I M
I [ size. not to have been called until today 'Cresting easy" at a hospital said has'i .
dicate developing the place.
1s 1s - however, It was explained, a the seaplane landed close by the lodge which will be the Huntsmen who have the future ;
1r Tallahassee The Florida supreme guilty plea maybe: entered at any, boat and taxied toward it. A pontoon building of the development supply of game at heart will be ',-I' 7h
court, in deciding three time and as a result sentence was' struck his craft he said, despite careful to avoid starting forest t
a be completed In a week or* i,
I BY OUR EXCHANGES cases late yesterday upheld the passed by Judge W., T. Moore Jr., that he was endeavoring to fire.
la constructed of
r validity of the state 'gasoline tax last night. A charge of carrying get out of the way. Mrs Edgecombwas palmetto v
r laws as applied to a tax on the concealed weapons against Eber- killed Instantly as the plane and has one large room which v a'
r be used with In making two
r Counterfeits of tworlotlelof Perry-Over two miles of state storage of gasoline within the hardt, who shot Bengston In the crashed Into the boat, the top of as a sausage parts,
cola- Joining for of leitn meat should be combined
r r SrB" bills and of one 120B road No. 19 is lafd, so far as the state for the owner's use, as ap- hand after the latter Is alleged to her head being torn off by the rooms offices. w
$5 fleet of glass bottom boats with one part of fat.
r circulation and must be rock foundation Is concerned, and plied to the tax on the storage,of have attacked the editor without plane's propeller. The plane got; i rnh
r a ,,1 are In Postmaster M. Bark thoso who have been traveling' gasoline by municipalities for the warning, was postponed until the up momentum again, Simmons I II iC'5
a &l'dcd for the past two years over a cities' use, and as applied to the next term of court. A plea by said, and flew away before he z'a'
r | said. rough grade from Perry to Talla- tax on the sale o f gasoline by Eberhardt'a counsel that the I could get the number. Several
r s hassee see In the new road a dealers. The three cases were appealed charge be dropped, was denied. persons on the wharves nearby saw When In Tampa UTe at Modern-Fire-proof !
r Lalone cooperative hog source of pleasure that will be to the supreme court from i the collision, but none noted the Radios Spa-
a KndtctedatMalone262hogsM theirs by Christmas. One and a decisions of the circuit court of Fort Myers-Arguments on a I number of the plane. clone Rooms-Lob ,
oo oo *high 45.91 pounds total quarter miles a week is the rate Leon county, where efforts were petition to set aside the convictionof I HOTEL HILLSBORO by and Lounge. All ;{,
0s 0s I Ice of f 8.10 basis tops for a with which the rock is being laid made to restrain Comptroller sheriff J. A Johnson and Chief Gainesville\ The Cedar Key: department' open )
OUllt t of $3.546.81. and finished. Ernest Amos from collecting the Deputy Q.: K. Peeples of Polk oil well has now reached the depthof all the year Rate
B 0 taxes. The supreme court upheldthe county, who were found guilty In 4010 feet at which depth the TAMPA'S LARGEST HOTEL the same through
oo Live Oak-Live Oak has start- Qulncy--Growers and packers decision of the lower court, Collier county last July o[ illegally tools penetrated the oil and gas out the year. ),
oo i a test case to determine wheth- of ,tobacco In the Quincy section which had ruled In favor of the possessing two deer, were heard i sand. The instantaneous reaeale Where you will meet friend and n welcome ,
5Q 0s 0e truck lines can deliver goods will enjoy during the next five comptroller. here yesterday by Circuit Judge 'of the tremendous pressure threw ; t s:
thin towns and cities of the years a degree of prosperity never George W. Whltebwrst.. The Judge I the 3300 pound drilling tools up- $2.00 to $6.00 k t;
0e t. without payment of a 11- before known in the Industry, and Ocala-The seizure and flogging took the appeal under advisement I ward with such force that the
0e nsa. this prosperity will extend Into of E. R. Barrett, T. J. Anthony and Luther Johnson, the sheriff's I cable to which the tools were attached per day
, other lines of business, and will Nelson Brown, of the Fort McCoy- brother and an attorney, sought to snarled and caught the
, City-Because there are be nation-wide in Its scope, in the Burbank section of the county, in have the conviction set aside on tools In the tolls, causing them to
5 9 Lake funds at this time for opinion of Johu H. Swisher, cigar an Ocklawaha river swamp last two grounds. He alleged the game crack the lime rock at the 3674 s
Q available the government willt manufacturer who is this week June was bitterly condemned by law men were charged with violatIng foot level In which the casing was Official AAA Hotel d i r
0e at consider purpose plans for enlarging Inspecting the 1930 crop of wrap- Judge W. S. Bullock In his chargeto was unconstitutional because set and allowing the water to en- -Free Auto Stor atiaw"1
, facilities at the United States per tobaccos In Quincy. the newly sworn grand Jury at of a flaw In the title of the act and ter the well. The water was got age for Guest Yr ,
"n a Hospital at Lake City. the opening of the fall term of the that the arrest was made illegally under control and water is being
\ teranu - .Panama CitY-That the original circuit court here. The Judge di- because the wardens did not have forced. from the well by compression
i West Palm Beach--George W. program of the Southern rected the Jurymen to "spare no. sufficient Information to search his When the air lift was eliminated 1 "Top o' the Town" ; -rr, '

,ore was in Jail here today fac- Kraft Corporation to double the time, energy or money In defending -. llent's. car The Polk county officers the weight of water that is t DINING ROOM ; '' a
,, trial for a second time as an capacity of the paper mill I It Is the honor of Marlon county were arrested by Deputy now holding back the gas (pos
f K growth of his slaying of two building here has not been changed from this shameful crime." Judge Game Wardens Ed L. Smith and sibly between fifty and a hundred
deral( prohibition agents last I was the statement made here Bullock said "No doubt these Fred Baucom, who said the men million feet) the gas below will be NEW t1C d
nuary when they attempted tod by J, R. Cullen, president of the criminals may own cattle but refused to unlock the rear of their sufficient to blow out the bridge of awe CAFETERIA
his home. company, who has Just left here whether they do or not they are coupe. The wardens broke In withan sand which continues to block the 4 i
-- after a brief visit of inspection.The lower than any tick-Infested, salt axe and found the alleged deer bottom of the hole The well may
Lcesburf E. H. Mote return- original plan called for a sick, butt-headed" mavericks on cut up In a wash tub., blow in any time it 1 Is said. Hvrtlnff you at TIIKlIILLKnoUO In A pleasure .6
from a 6,000 miles automobilep mill costing approximately $5- the range. y
feeling none the worse for 000,000 which was merely the first Pensacola-Rigid physical In- Ocala-With the arrival of a
a Journey. He parked his gripsd unit, a second to be built ImmedIately Wauchula-The first solid car speotton of more* than 60 seaplanes fleet of glass bottom boats and In- L, B. SKINNER C. J, JACKSON r T

went out the back door to see doubling the capacity. of cucumbers from Hardee countyfor wau. made- at the naval air dian decorations for the lodge President Manager + wrzt
i everything was and fell down this season left this point late station here tonight In an effort which is nearing; completion, de-
steps. He Is badly bruised but Alachua Experimental grow- last week, destined for the New to throw some light on the killing velopment of Paradise Park, near
bones are broken. ing of sea island cotton has prov- York market. It contained 450
ed successful in Alachua county, hampers of cucumbers. This was -,
Perry-Perry Is to be the center it was announced here the other the earliest carload shipment of Iw'.J
the sponge Industry accordinga day by R. S. Dowdell of Plant cucumbers from here In several ... ,..
message delivered by Judge City, agricultural agent of the years, last fall the first car went Jf.CHJEVROi.ErL --"
0. Culpepper to the Kiwanisb Seaboard Air Line. Railway, who out October 26, Several crates of
at its meeting there. The has been working with agronomists squash and eggplant were also .. *
4t sponge sale will take places of the University of FloridaIn shipped last week. Some cucum-
first of next month. making the tests on tracts near bers were picked in the Arcadia Outstanding s
Archer. Results of the experiments section last week and it was expected ,..
Marlanna Another modern reveal a possible revival ofa that a shipment would be ,.:
artment house for Marianna. profitable agricultural industry ready this week. The heaviest .
rl, A. J. Lewis is now construct- in Florida. cucumber movement probably will features. of the new6eylindei '
K four apartments at what was bo between October 21 and 25. .
j known as the Croker home, Pensacola major dredging Beans are expected to be ready for .
L iof the courthouse on Jackson contract Is being sought here for shipment by October; 25. .

Mt. Pensacola harbor by business and Chevrolet truck '' :
shipping Interests generally. This Ralford-Impetus was given to- _': :
(Tallahassee Miss Jessmlne project seeks to cut a channel and day to the already intensive search /4 .. ta'Y' lIW
trie Williams. 17, of Mlnnvtlle, turning basin 1,000 feet wide, and for Frank McDowell, escaped lun- vac,ai
pan", a freshman at the Florida to make the passage of vessels atic, convicted "Holy Ghost" slayer .
late College for Women here, with 32 feet draft safe to and of his parents and confessed :: : !
ed during the night of injuries from the loading piers and coal murderer of his two sister, with f1! ;fWiWK[$% :
krelved when she was thrown tipples. The federal government the surrender to state prison au-

ram the running board of a mov- Is being asked to do the work thorities of John Prult. The pangs .. '''yyhka ';::'
k automobile on the campus last and Engineer Harrison Merrill baa i of hunger drove Prult, who escaped ,
hursday. recommended that such be done from the state hospital for the
as early as possible I Insane at Chattahoochee with McDowell

Ocala-Marion county citizens .last Monday, to turn himself t tra .. ,
pve started an earnest campaign Panama. City-Bay county It over to officer from the peni-
\[ have state road No. 19 corniced now producing some fine fall vege- tentiary. He nor McDowell he '
to connect with state road tables and they are to be seen In said had eaten since they forced i a \
k 3 at Barbervllle in Volusla large quantities and In wide variety guard at the hospital, at the pointof
>Slat?. At a recent meeting the In the various grocery stores. a "toy" gun to allow them to NEW t
iard of Volusla county commlsoners There are to be found peppers, tur- leave With information given 6-CYLINDER ,
pledged their co-operation nips, beans, egg plant, lettuce, them by Pruitt officers of North DUAL WJ BO-HORSEPOWER
I i carrying out the project. squash and other fine "table saw" Florida and South Georgia believed WHEELS #. MOTOR k
all produced on fertile Bay county tonight it would be only a question ,+,r Atl
Apalachlcola-Activities along land: A wide variety of vegetablescan of time until they would be ,
e water front for the past few be grown in that section bothIn able to capture McDowell, described tl tlr
eeks have been brisk as the vaGue fall and spring and farmers who as "dangerously insane." 1
seafood dealers have been produce them on the side after get Y
reparlng for the opening of the ting off their regular crops gen- Hastings-That the town of .,
later .season. According to erally have quite a bit of cash to Hastings would be faced with a 62 .
elements from several of the bank as a result mill levy exclusive of the state and
ealers a record breaking season county taxes was almost certain today -
anticipated this winter In the River Junction-Definite assurance following action of the coun-
nter industry. Is given that the road from cil Wednesday night in making a
the hospital to the Shepard Hotelat levy of 27 mills In addition to the
Pensacola-Oov.; Doyle K. Carla River Junction Is to be paved original levy of 23 mills to care
has given assurance that he or hardIurfacedImmediately, for certain bonds held by H. J. .
uld visit Pensacola the week of Engineers are now at work set- Warlick and known as paving
tober bonds A., dated July 1, 192$. Action
20. Invitation was ex- ting stakes, with a view of securing .NEW
ended Governor Carlton weeks the right-of-way. The grad- was taken In accordance witha RUGGED rr% NEW FULLY
to by a group of Pensacola and ing work will be under way with- recent supreme court decision. REAR AXLE :wy;1q %'i, ?rr? !! :1'' ENCLOSED'DJLUUS '
amble county civic leaders to in the next week or ten days, and In addition to this levy about 12 I : '
the city's and county'a guest the surface will be placed ImmedIately mills levy will have to be made to T
ere on a day convenient to the following the grading. Dr. take care of bonds held by the To ; fx ,
overnor J. Q. ''Folmar, superintendent of Gulf Life Insurance Company, every man wlio'buy.: truck, there are certain Dual wheel, along with six truck-type: cord they; .
the state hospital and others have running the mlllage up to the feature In the new I'/j-ton Chevrolet that recommend are
Hilton-Clays of Santa Rosa been advised of the plans to com- highest In history Since the collection especially for modern haulms.The optional equipment at slight extra cot. In .
rank Westendlck of Talalhassee, be possible. rate was already small, owing to 4-speed transmission
rear axle !1* larger, heavier and more durable. and the heavier, stronger
oogollst of the Florida State Oeo- Inability to pay. what the outcomeof
Jlcal Survey Mr. Westendlck QuincY-The truck growers association the Increased levy will be is re- The rear brake are larger, and all,, four brake frame are factors of outstanding Importance to

roved! Wednesday and spent two throws a new light on garded as problematical. are completely enclosed. Chevrolet'. 50-horae- the modern truck user. s
*). visiting various flections of the farming situation in Oadsdcn I
be county Inspecting deposits of county. The farmers should backIt Sarasota-Twelve "big lipped" power -head.lx-cylinderengine: combines Come In today and arrange for a demonstration of' J
arent clays and securing samt up to the last man. Something savages from South Africa broughtto performance with unexcelled economy.: the new Chevrolet truck! "
for analysis had to be done to popularize farm- America to give circus exhibitions -
were returned to the thatched ,. I"-Ta.-a...... ,
Ing in this -a
country grow. liIiLITTIt4.TOr/ "
Cedar Keys Acting Secretary ers' association with the best huts of their native Jangles today I .. -'--.......'S..'..... .62 ---0.11..,.. ...,.. e4yy : '. ra
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War Davidson ha. approved known and popular farmers as a result of becoming unruly 365 taw-.t. -)
growers ,$5 D.duD.ll.ry.. ........ 1593 .
a 2
allotment of 148.000 for the In the county at the head oft and demanding to be sent LwaD.n.wishCab. '47O 0 _
DloYal l of home. While Dr. de Berg- cr4k-.raa..w. .u
rocks In ledges in Ced- is the result. The directors, Eugene I ) M. ....._ .
Key Harbor. The existing who were elected In open sess'on, onler of Starve France their DUAL WIIEKLS u. EXTBACHEVROLET I
reject for 'Improvement there Intend to see that things go right, "white chief" lay dead from a
I'OYlde for a channel from 10 to that no foolishness enter. into the ;septic! leg Infection which developed
j, feet deep at mean low water. administration for the ensuing : Into pneumonia attending physicians ,
**use of rock ledge dredging rear, and that proper reports will scoffed at the Idea that his CSSei?
4 Droved InelfectiTe. The rocks be made each month, and that the death bad resulted from the tribesmen
in De blown' out with explosives. books will always be available for ,, "voodoo" spells. It was
: inspection by the members.Sarasota known that Bergonler bad been on ,
kcotieello.| Thew cattle bad terms with the black for several "

t be bold In Montlcello. Oc- --Capt. Clarence Roberts days however. The situation Torode-Ritch
22. will furnish an oppor- widely known Sarasota pilot was relieved when the eight men Chevrolet Company
salty for the farmers to secured I and mariner, Is authority for the and four women 'In the party were '
went lrT bulls to breed up following: A new species of placed upon special pullman sent
much cows that thy now hre' monster sea turtle that "cackle along the first leg of their Jour- 0

seri W .U be quite a few female when laying their eggs along the ney to the French Congo. Starke
bm'lllall for tbog who wish to set sandy beaches of the Gulf of Mexico Florida'a
l* bleb producing registered Just above high water has Tallahassee-O. L. Benetton ,
It ferry cows to use a* a foundation been discovered. The "cackle" former Okaloosa county: deputy
I pars bred herd. Captain Robert said sounds like sheriff', was free tonight after he _


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l4. ::. --1 1-evening Mrs.' J. their Andrews home Jr.'on, Friday West-crated 1 flowers for Tho the'score occasion pads with and wild tal KEYSTONE .HEIGHTSCar. t TEACHERS ASK And the Worst is Yet to Come

Madison"atreet. lies used were of the old fa.ahlongirl Mlre"net.Oa'dea, STATE CONTROL
enjoyedIn doalgn. At the close of the 5TRUCET -=
/ c Progressive bridge was ; Ptt4 HOUR'S >> -
[ -R
which evening' the players enjoyed a salad SCHOOLS
residence, : has
the Andrews Mr. Ray Lawrence who OVER 1l HIS' TRUNK"' LOC.Eb\
was beautl'ully decorated with autumn course with hot tea. been callously ill in the Gainesville ) :
flowers. At the conclusion I j Prizes were awarded Mrs. W hospital is at borne and feeling HE HAS OUSTTCH MINUTES

LITTLE MISS PATSY RUTH of the game, prizes were'awarded M. Walnwrlght and Senator!' E. M II ; almost like himself again. Brand County System Now ObUln- 1b CATCH HIS"TRAIN. ,
WAINWRIGHT ENJOYS e Mrs O. L. Beasleyand Mr. L. D. Johns for holding high scores. her'wo Ins .. FailureIn
Mrs. J. E. Larsort'wlth
and The guests! werer Judge and r
holding high scores
BIRTHDAY Vining Mrs. N.for Sternberg and Dr. E. L. Mrs. A. Z. Adklns, Senator and I week's old baby daughter, Betty the belief that the county (

A delightful birthday party was Biggs for scoring low. Mrs E. M. Johns. Mr. and Mrs. C. Jane, has returned to her home In school system!' has failed In Florida \
tbe hospital -
by enjoyed by A. Knight. Mr. and Mrs, W. M. Keystone Heights' from .
that given. Saturday afternoon A sweet course was ,, more than 1,000 teachers Brae
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. I at Gainesville
and' and
Walnwrlght Walnwrlght
t tF little Miss Patsy Ruth the following players: Dr. I' i Mrs Anna Hall with her son and participating.: In the West Coast \
r of her and Mrs N. Robinson.
celebration Mr
her home In Mrs. E. L Biggs
at L. daughter-in-law 'of Washington, Education meeting in Tampa Saturday o- 4 'yc"
fourth birthday. Sternberg, Mr and Mrs. O. p
41 with true and Mrs. 11'. F. Stump I Pa., arrived in Keystone Heights endorsed a plan to give the I'
, party
Mr *
1.k 1. A Hallowe'en Boasley, MRS.! N. STKRNRERO GIVES last week and expect to }remain for control of educa 15 7 (
t Hallowe'en color scheme and Mr. and Mrs. D, P. Carpenter Mrs.I BRIDGE PARTY state complete
: fourth birthday, and Mrs. L. D. Vln- the winter. \o --
was this T. T. Long Mr. ; 4
games of West tion.The
Mrs. Mable Martin received the approval -
A of inmembertaolnnu Ing and Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Mon: and other garden flowersIn plan which )
party. Roses the of her mother, ,
of Interesting Beach Is guest of Dr. John J. TIgert, president \
A taste-
art tleth. I shades were
v. the little Mrs Sutherland of the University of Florida, /
by I Iguest.
were fully arranged In the party rooms Mrs Laura Ogden of) Oakland
session, was
.. JOHNS AND MRS. MASON Sternberg's home, at the evening' pre- 0
MRS. of Mrs. N. of Mr'.and Mrs.
Calif., is the guest superintendent -
M. Lynch
served I in: sented by George
Refreshments were ENTERTAIN FOR MRS.! Thursday afternoon, when she en-
I J"egt" the dining room, which was decorated tertained members of the after- W. II. Ocden.f James''' Asher of of schools for Plnel-
of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Lynch is one of a
scheme R. las county.
color Mrs.
t in a striking Last Friday afternoon club.
bridge of
quantities of co- Maeon noon Sandusky,...Ohio, were guests committee of 16 appointed by the O O Y
diaa yellow and black S. Johns and Mrs. Foylan Several progressions of the Mr. and Mrs. Ogden for a day or i last
t&blimi mOe and marigolds being used entertained from four to ill, In game were enjoyed followed by the two on their'way to'Fort Pierce ,, Florida' Education association and 4/
Centering the dining table was the honor of''their sister, Mrs Floyd awarding of the prize to Mrs. Geo. will spend week (rear' to recommend ways
where they :a_ In
t. birthday cake holding four lighted I Oreen, of Starke. The living room Flynn holder of high score. The with friends. '-' i, means to solve school problems -2

candles. Little Hallowe'en horn was charming with fall flowers In hostess served her guests with an Mrsrdnd Mrs. W. H. Florida.Dr. .
Rook On Friday H. O., Enwald, head of the .
Individual favors. colors of orchid and gold. :
,' ipS 1 were with Patsy Ruth] two hours, Ice course. Ogden Miss Arneeta Ogden, their psychology department of the university OEIVe
be about Mrs
?e Invited to was enjoyed for The --guests present were: guest Mrs. Laura Ogden and Mrs. e .
: l on this happy occasion were: Free when the guests were served with George Flynn. Mrs. Paul Canova, to Silver also approved the plan, I
H Clark drove
C. .
: ne man Register, Francis Alderman, delicious refreshments of ice cream Mrs. H. C. Wall Mrs. W. M. Wainwright declaring he had advocated state : e

that y ya 4Lb. Jean Davis Ida Lulu Davis Mar and home-made cake. Mrs. L Wyman Mrs. T. Springs.The b-weekly! supper for the control for nine years.

jorle Davie Jacqueline Andrews, Mrs Johns.presented Mrs. Green n. Hassle, Mrs J. E. Wilson, Mrs. of the Woman' Club was "We must provide some way of 0a

1% ] Buddy Andrews, Mack Futch, Ha ,with a lovely box of lachet as a O. L. Beasley, Mrs.\ C. A. Knight, benefit clubhouse Thursday relieving the school system' of the 0
in the
tttV set Fields, Olin White, Jr., Leonard memento of the occasslon. Mrs. E. Burns Mrs. D. A. Mon- good annual agony and dlstres. cauled
Smith, Ralph Rhodes, George Those attending this delightful tleth and Miss Mabel Weller. evening. There 'was unusually a very good by the uncertainty of school

"' Flynn, Jr.. Fay Yarborough, Mar;)' affair were Miss Eatelle Rosen attendance and an de- arms." Mr. Lynch said. "Our investigation -
all who
Alice Yarborough Nina Bishop, O. burg, Mesdames Onle Pon J. E. ST MARK'S AUXILIARY supper, after which the pavilion has revealed that almost l
sired to adjourned to
K. Lewis, Jr., John Anderson, Vlr' Manes: Sara Driggers, Bob Rivers !MEETS I i revolutionary charges are .
*1 glnla Anderson, Louise Stern, Emily Drew, N. B. Rosier, bo: dance. of I necessary. Our county school sys- Ihn ""ot" )
':ii iI \ Barefoot, One of the happiest events has fallen down. ,- ---
Jaunlta Barefoot, Sarah Charles Floyd, T. S. Thomas, St. Mark's Auxiliary held their tem -- -
Butord, Sunny Peek, Betty] Tom Townsend, the year occurred Tuesday eve- "Teachers in one county that
i Gloria Clarence meeting with Mrs. J. L.
tk program .and Mrs. from "the member of
ning. Oct. 14, when Mr. teach CONGRESSMAN GREEN I or congn
4F1 Bill]) O. had been given"contracts to
: McRae, Comer Ferryman F. L. Martin O. W. Coleman Frazee, Tuesday afternoon.Mrs. "
tr .
t, Harper, Francis Lee Peek, Maur-- J. Grime, W. II. Lee and the honor Edward Burns, president, P. M, Walrath celebrated their from six to eight'months found EXPLAINS PENSIONS I from your district. Any pen'!o
1 who feels that his
wedding anniversary IN RADIO ADDRESS. er dleablllt
Yf', ice Edwards, Jr., L'etta Corpenlng guest Mrs Floyd Green.-Lake had charge of the program. The twenty-fifth out yesterday they would not receive -
the have increased and la not
i Informal gathering at gettli
with an -
Elise Green, Joan Masale, Tort Butler Times.WOODMEN topic of discussion for the after- any pay until the first of next
Inn. A very pleasing mn lcaJ'program Speaking over radio station the maximum benefits may meaD
Mara become
Charles Knight Teachers have poli-
study year.
1 Massle- taken from the
eedna noon' was Mrs. Wm. Thursday,, application for an Increase of is
'was given by WJAX In Jacksonville
Montleth, CIRCLE tical footballs let's tell the
Beth Knight, Margaret KNTKIU: book "Road to the City of God. ;
qWckj "Shadows" .by A. Greenof pension, he said.
Fred Pierce who sang tonight, Congressman R.-
Biggs, truth.
\, Sunny Haynes, Bobby Edgar Wllkernor TAINS I Plans were made for a lIaUowe'enparty. Carrie Jacob] Bond "I Love' You The committee had decided, Mr. the 2nd Florida district, explained Mr. Green paid high tribute\
711as ; die Wimberly Mrs. Frazee served refreshments -
? Truly" also Ay Carrie Jacob Bond the amended provisions for the Spanish-American veteran
l and Lucille Alvarez. The Woodmen Circle entertained at the close of the. social Lynch said, that the minimum cost
and as an encore "Love's Old of school for one in- pensions for SpanishAmericanWar -
) the members of the Woodmenof half hour a room year r-Bank
ryfr "* and Miss Gertrude Veterans who of Cleans.
% Sweet Song, veteran
overhead and supervision
TORCH CEREMONY: the World and friends of cluding
y ANNUAL Oct. Houser; who gave several piano is 1000. On that basis Hlllsbor-, served 90 days or more are now ter to reopen.
8. W. circle last Tuesday evening HAS LADIES NIGHT '
II 14th. An enjoyable program was numbers Including "To a Water ough with 917 teacher units would entitled to a pension of not exceeding -
Lily" .and "To a Wild Rose" by I $60 a month and not less
from the state.
consisting of: held receive $917,000
The annual Torch Night cere- given The Business Men's Club
l mony at the Florida State College,! Opening address: Mrs D. M. In- their regular quarterly banquetfor Nevin.McDowel After and "Good a short Night'Informal by Cost of maintaining!! the county than feature$20 provides, Mr. Green that said.those A new who //. E. ---I
months $1-
for was
system eight
enacted at dusk man. wives at the Magnolia
for Women was their
talk by Mr. Weld much fun was served 70 days or more and have
theatre Wednesday Junior recitation: Junior Griffin. 7:30 060,000; only $143,000 more than
k In the open air Cafe Monday evening at : a Surveying !!
nbf added to the'evening'. entertain- would be supplied by the state. become disabled are entitled to re- ,
h' 4 22. being served thethirtyfive
$ October ; five-course dinner
'kr( Mt Palmer Williams ment by the presentation to the "This would necessitate levy- receive a pension not exceeding
This! tradition, which was given Junior graduation: members and wives lfJapplngOrllamentalGarden
''irHh Gratin Cooper., bride and groom of many Ing a county tax of only three mills $30 a month and not less than
; ttenail under the auspices of the sophomore present. Col. A. S. Crews, president -
{ I q"4s ,fburai class was an impressive clan Vocal solo:' Miss Estelle Kendrick presided. The dinner was gaily decorated packages, which for school operation during eight, $12, the congressman said. Designs

jlieved/. alcal pageant with Greek settings, followed by interesting talks on upon opening were found to con- months and the county could assess Applications for the' pensions
laodiItadH tain silver dimes, After refreshments it desired, must be filed, Mr. Green said and
scenes and characters In which String duet: Misses Sunshine school and civic matters, speakers as much more as Starke Fla.
the standards of the college were and Mildred Hundley. being Prof. 8. S. Dowllng Coach consisting; an enormous according to the length,of term de- blanks can be secured from the L' _u- .,

exemplified for the new, students, Reading: Miss Dorothy'Smith. Lovell, Mrs. Hudson Senator E. M. wedding cake ,4nd; punch, were cided upon." he explained.The Bureau of Pensions Washington

iCanov Bach year, through this ceremony, Address: Congressman R. A. Johns, J. M, Mitchell, O, M, Inman, served the guesia'.enjoyed a danceat committee has a plan to
the sophomores pass to the freshmen '. Green. I Dr. Geo. 11', Lowry and Supt. A. J.Grim. the pavilion:. 'The happy evening raise $12,000,000 for carrying out I .
the torch which has been Vocal duet: Misses Sunshine .. I came to a close all too soon the proposed changes, by obtaining '
and Mildred Hundley. I and at a late hour the guests left revenue from five .new sources of
handed down to them symbolizingthe The club meets twice a month at
; to C1t' three torches of the college Both the drill teams of the W. present and numbers among its after wishing for' Mr. and Mrs. taxation not now touched, he said SPECIALS ALL WEEK

; .t.dicta na emblem "Vires, Artes, Mores" O. W, and the Woodmen Circle membership men from different Walrath the best life holds and Similar methods are in effect in

kr Approximately 200 girls from put on beautiful floor work, the sections of the county and shows a hoping to 'be with them at "their many other states, he cited. .

t ? various sections of the state took circle drill team with their blue [ steady growth. The sole purpose golden". wedding anniversary. The committee's program .will

, + part In the Torch Night tradition.Of and white capes. At the close of of the organization is to work for Mr and Mrs. W. H. Ogden, Mrs be'offered to teacher associationsfor Bacon lie
White Side
It ..pvYr this number 100 were freshmen the program light refreshmentswere any matters of benefit,to the coun- Laura Ogden Misses Arneeta and approval, and then to the state Best - - -

file chosen to carry on the symbolic served consisting of lemon- ty and the towns within it. Helen Ogden were dinner guests of [association at the normal meeting
1 sure ade and sandwiches to about two Mr and ,Mrs C, H. Clark Satur- In Orlando.In Xc
f tS endanituv torches. ? GOOD HEAD RICE, 5 Ibs ____________
eat10 Rosalind Jacobs, of Starke, was hundred members and friends. VISITORS HONORED day evening I his address. Dr. TIgert de-
.. .. Mr. and Mrs. p. H. Clark, Rev has
.. ': one of the freshmen representatives clared that Florida ample
11" *I for from the Delta Epsilon sorority !MR. AND !MRS. II. C. WALL Mr. and Mrs. Lenthal Wyman and Mrs. E..D, Mowry were dinner wealth and ability to give educa- Sugar Per Pound 5c
7 91 r-en. receiving and carried the symbolic ENTERTAIN entertained Tuesday evening witha guests of Mr; ancTMrsi.Wm.: pierce tional advantages, and cited the ,

rand torch.TWENTIETH. '- dinner party complimentary to Monday evening.' ; state's income as $581,000,000 From 2 Ibs. up to 25 Ibs.
yt ytt(4' 'vo rt ,i Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Wall enter- Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Houston Mr. P.O.. Stewart is making last year, with school expenditures

( tar I CENTURY tained members of their bridge French of Parsons, Kansas. Mrs. ela rote preparations! \ for the open- of $33,000,000 during the same. 2 CANS PINK SALMON ____________ 25c
CLUB MEETS club Saturday evening at their French Is a'recent bride and a sister ing dance at i' Keystone Heights period. '

j home on Cherry street of Miss Betty Chamberlin.The Beach, Thursday night. OcU' 30. A "Unquestionably the next legislature ,2 Lbs. GREEN COFFEE ___,_________ 25c

:eloa \ Members 4If the Twentieth Cen- The rooms of the home were home was prettily decorated good orchestra has been engaged will give tax relief by re- 25c
) r', tury Bridge club met with Mr;; and open ensulte and tastefully deco- with bright hued cannas forT and decorations,,appropriate to the moving some of the present taxes. 2 Lbs. COMPOUND LARD __-,.______ .-

0 season are,being. planned. The people themselves will doubtless LARD _. 95e
tan 8 Lbs. COMPOUND _______ -
The regular business meetingof remove by referendum'the ad

t i': 'Glamorous Islands of Spanish Main to Play Host the Woman's Club will be held valorem tax on automobiles, and No. 2 1-2 can high grade Table Peaches .19C
Thursday afternoon at the club the property tax will be reduced.I .

; To Thousands of Travelers During Coming Winter bouse. 'expect a determined effort will 25c
be made to take the gas tax apportionment No. 2 Tomatoes 3 cans for - -

"R I --- ... away from the schools, ,

"I>Clt: I_ a this delicious delightful; course party.dinner Following games I' even though the increase from five BLACK EYE PEAS, Per Pound ____._,_ M I
to six cents a gallon has not kepta

,/&Lnilor m IEO/gA0" were of enjoyed the evening during the remainder -[ single person from driving one GREAT NORTHERN BEANS ___- _ JOe

,yf ..orro mile less during last year.
( The dinner guests were: Miss "Our schools, with short terms BABY LIMA BEANS ________.;..___ Jtc_
'' \ i. -41 Betty Chamberlin Miss Harriet
and underpaid teachers, who are
:. 0- Bitch Mr. Tom Busch, Mr. Jim I undertralned. do not measure.'up 25c

,,'\ Averill and Mr. and' Mrs. Arthur to even the national average, and Irish Potatoes 8 pounds for -
Gar's *9>fort Houston French ,
b 4'PfItC"'. ..' f : i yet we cannot afford educational
11i ki vwLt/A.e.TAo *
; "
x eC4y L1 C4M.' cmo .(;F Sffi r CLUB'S EIGHTHANNIVERSARY retrenchment. 1 Can Maxwell House Coffee for 31c with 121

ht .... '
t ib COLONS/4 666 pound Sack 'White Ring Flour at ________..95
The Woman's Club of Star);.,
0 Nor you 'to' the Eighth Anniversary Relieve. a Ileadaehe or 7f..-rala.-I. :dOc per doz-
Invites' paying:
Bring us eggs we are
of the S. _!..<.., cheeks a Cold: th tlratd ,
club house of,"dedlcatlon Friday evening. Oct. .r. cad ehMha Malaria I. three today; think they will be worth more by Sat

< .d i 4th.. 1930, eight o'clock. Sliver ''".F"GOO also la Tablet urday.

t >Bon ate> offering. .. Remember these prices are for cash only, so

{ cash -where can get-
1 why not spend your you

fib} 10113i the most for it.

: ,..' THE HAMPTON HOTEL These prices will be the same every day in the

tt'a Old Man River not only keepe week as long as I can buy at present prices.
; tolling along but Old Man Winter roll

IxV around on schedule time each year ,

;a with his snow and slush and ehll' efoQNrlN' < Under New Management I ISunday'Dinners BRYAN GROCERY CO.

t eUN blasts from one of the poles "war I ,OfIAT? t a w,._
'a :which Byrd flew. Byrd did not tarry NAVAHO
long as Old Man Winter's gueat. nor Lawtey,

e I do those fortunate ones who .leave : dinner parties
' i ib' and select
I,Hew York In January or February for '. ----
,the Joyous lalea of the Spanish Mala --
catered to .....
-the Weet Indies.with their warm --
1 'unahln and cool braes, turquolae )
9 'waters edged by golden aanda* exotic
/ 1 clUe., pirate haunts swaying palms RADIO REPAIRING
Itolue mountalna and green Held cane SERVICE AT ALL HOURS I Iq i
';field, coral reef., submarine garden
9 ', I and the dimpling ems of the hlatone ALL MAKESSmith's '
< and picturesque Caribbean.
.'lt .! <.. On. of the largest vessels achedulcd .. 4 ,+a r ,.
. ; to cruise to th. Was Indies during 'oN'_.a_--- 4 Drive 'over, and see us Service Station
j th. forthcoming season la the ::10.000I I I J
Canadian Paclna line Duchess oft I
I* Bedford which will sail on two M- the farts of Ule'',New World.. Porto customs and eternal aumtnor welcome Its Authorized Dealer
t day trip from New Tork. one commenclng Rico, on ot TJucl Bom' *****Ioae. th* Crates ship and extend per UIecourtata
January a and th* other Trinidad La Ouayra. and Caracas on ngen a royal reception.: Thus Mrs.. W. J. Root
not only _pebe unpleasant Mr. W. J. Root I
South America :
north shore
leaving on February 11. 1931. Traveler \be Radios't
but they
i' VIM, Berfmuda. Colon and tbs world famous Panama northern I 11
on thae expeditions will about the, ._ and ass .. -
t '.' beauutul lale lying in the path Canal-.the** and many other1 place* learn much .' '" -.--
I e*,' '-tcC" th warmOulf BtreamS" Havana, with strange people. strange people late the bargalm. w' ."" 'I. -

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\.. :I" 'I. ;. ":.:'', ft.q[.""t" 'J.i,;:'. .Il"..".1 }J \[::-: ;{I! :r:'. ""-- iffiiKiifes&sli : h ]hnii'Vi'peave'7a1' : ,: ""' : "'O''"i"!,,', 'r,,10'i

.OE PIVR drrr

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... caocasaac 31,376 miles KNOTT FORBIDS I88UANCH ,. F'' ,
Mr. Gerald Middleton of Macon.Ga. Excessive Tax and $1T." maintains OF CERTAIN CIIARTKRrf

.. ., spent the week-end with his HAMPTONMlM { In Illinois. motor vehicle ***> 1

parents Dr. and Mrs W. E. Mid- 'AI.'UtI...... 4'.r/ Deemed "The average tax W. V. Knott, state treasurer and
dleton. Levy In the state of Florida lacks
Bits off 1 $7.02 of being twice aa as muchas Insurance commissioner, has written

I I I W. P. Btrt-anfe family of Ala- State Menace the average motor vehicle tax a circular Utter to all of the 1' *
Senator B M. Johns. attended chua. in Hampton circuit judge of Florida protesting ; r
were vidltlng. of all of the states of the _United 1 P
t sess'ons of county and circuit last Sundays States." against the Issuance ot non-i i

.. .ye* courts in Green Cove Springs Pa- Mr, E. D. Rowe ,and Mr. and Relief Association Plans Statewide G. profit corporation charter to .

,. latka and Branson this week. Mrs. Turner all of, Macelennv visited Battle Against COB- AVIATION MEET INJACKSONVILLE "burial leagues" and similar organizations "-

I Mrs. W. L B-'Ig.' last .Sun- Taxation TODAY which may assume Insurance ;'
W. H. Haven of Is at- tscatorjr
Concerning Our People Busineaa and Brooker. day. ,. obligations which they are
tend'ng to the duties at the Ameri- Dfford Now unable) to perform.In l
and Mr. and Mrs.
Pro reaa of the County Town. .. of' Aviation bposters representing
can Railway Express: office! duringthe York City, were, the' guests of T Believing that the excessive tax- Volusia Flagler Putnam, St. his letter Mr,. Knott protests i .4
absence of II. S. Harvey.
F. Brown. and family .this week ation of motor cars Is a menace to Johns, Clay Nassau Baker Union, against the granting of such char- t,
J52SZ52525ZSH52SS"WEATHER l5Z5Z.'K Styr They were on their way to Winter the development of the state the Bradford and Duval counties will tars unless they shall clearly and i, i G +

REPORT Mr. and Mrs, Howard Luck of I Bryant Messrs.Lloyd Ernest Johnson Wllmot.and' Fred Joe Park where they spend the winter Auto Tax Relief Association of gather In Jacksonville Friday, specifically set forth that such society r, }k

I months each year.. Florida has been organized with October .4, to participate In the or association shall not issn +i"
Raiford. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Doyle, Woods spent several days of. the
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan and the avowed purpose of combatting first conference of the Fifth'Aero- any contracts or membership certificates

Week ending October 21, were in Jacksonville Sunday I II past week at points' In South son Othma. and Mrs D.'W Moor this evil at the next session of the nautical, District of the Florida which shall purport to Inn w -, ,

30. bY Starke branch.:U. S. Fori -I Florida. and eon, Howard all of, Theressa, legislature.At State Chamber of Commerce lUre such members against deaths
I IService.
1 Mr. Mar'on Carter of Lawtey,; Mr. and' Mrs. J. J. Rlgdon had were the guests .of Mrs. Moore one of the Initial meetingsof Aviation Bureau, according to' a accident Illness fire or any other

Max. Mln Preclp.IB .: wan a business visitor here Tuesday .'' as dinner guests Sunday, Rev. E. mother, Mrs David Jones last Sun- the organization In Jackson statement Issued by H. A. Maloney recognized Insurable hazards.. ;
Date Bates president declined meet- Mr. Knott excepts from his request
Anderson of Brooker, E. J. Roberts day.Mr. vllls.-N. B. governor of the district. The ;
t. 80 65 -I It. I and grandson, Howard Minerof Herbert Thomas and sister, that Florida motorists are ing will convene) at 1 p. m. In the bona tide fraternal orders or .,4 1..

t t. 18 85 73 Miss Hilda Sullivan of Theressa, Lawtey Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Miss Lorene of Valdosta Ga.. visited paying a !!cense tax: sufficient! to auditorium of the Jacksonville societies which limit their mem-
was a business visitor here Tues' their grand-parents. Mr. and 100.000 miles of hard hazardous -
17 maintain Chamber of Commerce. bership to any one occupation. 1,
t. "it I II. Rigdon. Jacksonville. I
Ovid '
Mrs. last Sunday. b
18 89 day afternoon. Haynes surfaced highways according to .
"The of the conference -
t. ._1 Rev. Dixon "preached at the purpose
77 63Jet standards.It c
I. 19 Mr. and Mrs. L. A. ,Peacock of Indiana ," says 'Governor Maloney "Is
< U- Dr. B, L. Smith and Dr. Scruggs First ,Christian, church last .Sunday is hoped to bring a majorityof
I 20 West Palm Beach and Mr. J.:M.N. to discuss and formulate plans Worthington Springs; <-- State
II 21 78 6T of St. Augustine'visited Dr, O. L morning; agdevening., motor owners' Into the organI- completion of : '
t. Peacock of Jacksonville were looking toward road department rebuilding bridge a,
The revival services the.Bapttst -
.00. at
I rainfall for week. Haynes here Saturday. zation The association has been
, [Total week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. church rolre.sln. nicely the state bureau organization and over Santa Fe river.. ;i
.are. Incorporated under the laws of
. Lorenzo Green. the promotion of Its progress In Opa Locka Proposed United 'S, 9
The attendanceIs good and much r
Mr and E. L. of
. Mrs KirbY Flor da. Membership campaigns
J and onion plants.. J. F. every county of the district. States naval reserve hangar her ,
cabbage Interest Is being manifested
Jacksonville, spent Sunday with will be conducted in all Important
Martin left Wednesday two weeks conferences ,
W. Struth "During the past will be completed by November
llckHterJ Mr, and Mrs. Errol Alvarez. G. L. May, who has been operating -: cities of the state. ;
-- for the U. S. S. Bridge N. Y., the have been held In the several 4.p.
filling station at the curve
Saturday af- after having thirty days Here are some pertinent facts sections of the state and the let.Miami
J Broken China Miami Bottling Exchange
see Rev D. L.' Phillips of Lawtey, east of town haa removed his fillIng which the association presents
Irnoon, that's all. was a business visitor to Starke leave with his parents, Mr. and stat'on.: and repair shop to the relative to the confiacatory tax: response "has been more thangratlfylnl' , Inc., capitalised at '10tt,-
Mrs. Wm. II. Struth. continued Mr. Ma-
000 granted charter of incorpora'd
Wednesday. corner of Main and Nevars!! street burden saddled the peopleof )
I Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Long spent and his business Is progressing upon loney, "and I am looking forwardto i

mdax In Jacksonville. County Agent Dyer of Lake Butler nicely the state: see the Fifth District take Its I tion.Miami Coconut Grove Theatre
Mrs. Mae Jones of Stuart Is visIting "Florida motor vehicle owners
was in Starke for a short place among the leaders in avia- opened In Coconut Drove.
her Rev. F. M. Taylor filled his reg-
sister Mrs. W. E. Middle- pay the highest.license tax ot any
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Saul visited while Monday. Under new ular tion development In Florida. Some
ton. appointment at the First Baptist
the United
state in
datives In Jacksonville Sunday. .+ arrangements Mr. Dyer will church of Graham last Sunday of the best equipped fields In the
"Florida motor vehicle
be county agent for Bradford and owners state are In this district, however,
Mrs. L. A. Davis and Mr. E. K. morning and evening.Mrs. > NTiI)
the of
pay highest gas tax any I l\i1
I Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins Union counties, spending part. of I' D. as a 'whole the district Is not on
Perryman were visitors In Jack- H. May was transacting state in the United States. i
Monday In Jacksonville. his time here. with some others. Marking .s&
Jtot! business par ly
sonville Thursday. in Starke last Tuesday. "One bus line doing business In' I'OtRMS In Ii"vl
of towns and highways and the establishment -
Mr. and O. L,
Mrs Harrison
and Florida the 1
Mr. N. B. Ives of Lake City was The P. T. A. will give a benefitHallowe'en i Georgia pays of a landing field at m
Mrs. W.' E. Middleton and Hiss were shoppliffe!. In Jacksonville this! state of Florida $603 for the same
[ visitor In Starke Monday. party on lIallowe'en'night week every county site are the outstanding -
Hazel Middleton motored to at the Armory at 7?30 p. m. privilege Georgia gives it for $70. of the bureau for the
Gainesville Wednesday afternoon. Rev.. W, B., IJIcks j ot ,Waldo, "One trucking line: doing business -
of Qossard girdles Everyone la Invited: to attend and conference
Beautiful line preached at the year. As a result of the -,
Baptist church las
In both states the state
,id combinations at Stump's.Mr to come masked. A lot'of fun and pays it Is expected to accomplish'
: Turnlpseed Sunday morning...
Mr. and Mrs. J C.
of Florida $240 for the same privileges -
time will be had by all "
good .
-- pres- th's! goal In the district.
of McIntosh of Mr '
and Mrs. T. B. Massie werei were. guests ent. Admission! and 20 cents RESOLUTIONS OI* RESPECT Georgia gives It for $37.SO. Tho Fifth District conference Is
and Mrs. F. A. Sweezy Sunday. "The average pleasure car own-
i Jacksonville Wednesday. one of a series of eight being held
Mr and Mrs. Wm. II.. Struth er pays the slate of Florida the
Whereas In the state during October to Impress -
the Architect
Mr and Mrs. J. E. Robinson and
round of
sum $100 for the privilege -
N. T. hitch spent Tuesday had as their week-end guests Mr. counties
Mrs. of the the individual
Virginia Fugate, were guests of Universe.haa seen fit, of using,its highways. ,
i Jacksonville shopping.! and Mrs. W. L. Edwards and in His the Important they play In
Infinite part
Mr. and Mrs. J...F. Colley Sunday. Fredrlka Mr and Mrs. goodness and mercy, "A 50.10 average, motor vehicle -
to take from successfully making Florida a
our midst our friend
Mr. F. A. Sweezy returned from W. W. Pa'ge, Jr., of Jacksonville, tax In Florida: maintains
and brother loading aviation state
W. C. Harris who
Miss Lois Colley spent the week- 16,123 miles surfaced
of hard
and Mrs. Sid Johnson and
J. Mr. J.
N. Sunday.
end In, Winter Haven with her departed this life Monday, Oct. 6, .
highways whereas "
an motor
son, Sid, and niece Louise Johnsonof average
Jacksonville Trl-state Investment
SPEEDUPYourBusinea } tea
brother Mr. D. D. Colley. 7 t
Mr. Lorenzo Green spent. Thurs- Plant City Mr. and Mrs L. M 1930.Whereas, the removal of such a vehicle tax of $28.36 maintains Corp., capitalized at $30,000, t
lav In Ocala. DeSha of Wildwood and Mrs. J. 561,314 miles of hard surfaced of + ;
granted charter incorporation
Mrs. Curtis Chamble of Jack- life from our order leaves a vacancy roads In Indiana \
F. DeSha of Waldo. ; average p
sonville, was the guest of her aunt I that cannot be filled, and tax maintains 28,012 miles in Leesburg Mr. Gilmore opens -
"Broken China help .
Come see ;
Mrs O. J. Griffin Tuesday the loss of the comradeship and Texas grocery store in former locationof
; maintains
is put It back together.Miss 1 association of this brother Is deeply miles in Minnesota; $27.01 35,501 maintains City Barber Shop. Telegraph Pass, Starke, Fla.Klngan .

Col. J. L. Frazee' left Mondayto felt by Bradford Lodge "
VANDERBILT 48,503 miles In. Minnesota :
Oussle Mae Bennett spent ; i
attend to legal matters In Seb- Whereas, Brother W. C. Harris, $27.01 maintains : :i
week-end Jacksonville withre. 48,503 miles in
be In Cor.
Carna Norman
B. E. Reddish. ring, Arcadia and Miami. was a worthy thcrlntlmate Mason" and a worthy Ohio; $24.90 maintains 32,714 SUITS CLEANED PRESSED AND RESHAPED j 171'1;
citizen and relation

Mr. and Mrs.'Oeorgo: ? Livingston- :t.; "i!. Mrs.. Herbert J1artrs.'NewnAlvares : I Mr\ and ':Mrs. 'Nelson Hitch and long held wlth.' AVdeceased brother miles tains In 28,381 New,York m'les; In"$21.83 California main- J. Frank man-Phone 52 l' : ::

and Miss Grace Wood children of Ralford spent Sunday renders it proper that we should I! ;
if r of and
Tampa were guests '
were shopping In Jacksonville with Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Conner place on record our appreciation of
Ire. J. M. Mitchell Friday.
Saturday. Mr. Fred Haislop was the din- his service as a true Mason and

ner guest of Mr Russell Norman his merits as a' citizen brother .
Meet Woman's Club, -
at the
me Mrs. Dale Vansickel of Gaines Sunday. and father. "

nturdny Una. afternoon to see "Broken 'ville spent the week-end with her Mr and Mrs. H. C. Edwards and Therefore, be Jt resolved that FRIDAY \

parents,.Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epper- children of Gainesville were dinner while bowing In'humble submission SPECIALS'SATURDAOct. "'

Mr. and Mrs Ivey Smith of son. guests of Mr. and Mrs., A, A. Ed- to our Supreme Grand Master 24tb
wards "Sunday.Mis. we none the less mourn the .
Jacksonville, were guests of Sena- Mr?and Mrs Arthur Houston Ellen Norman spent the loss of this brother who has been Q, i r L

par and Mrs. E. M Johns Sunday. French of Parsons, Kansas are week-end with Miss Pearl Johnsonof called from his 'labors on earth 1

guests of Mrs. French's sister, Graham Pillsbury Best Octagons '
Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs. T. andResolved :
Miss Betty Chamberllnv Miss Mattie Norman attendedthe ,. thai In the death of
|B. Massle visited Jacksonville teacher's meeting at Lawtey W. C. Harrls.t.we, have lost,a be- I I

(Monday Mrs. Wm. H. Struth and daughter. Saturday.Mr. loved and honored brother and we Flour 24 pounds - 99c Toilet Soap 3 bars - 20c '

Mrs. L: M. DeSha accompanied and Mrs. Nathan Varnes and< take this solemn opportunity to ,. .
Mr ir. S. Long left Tuesday for
Mr. Martin W. Struth to Jack- children of Lake Butler spent the pay tribute to hl, memory; and -- ----
points in South Carolina for twoweek'a
I sonville Wednesday.Mr. week-end with Mr. and Mrs W. Resolved, that',we the member

vacation.Mr B. Bloodsworth. ship of Bradford Lodge. number, CRISCOPound NUCOA No.. 2 SizeOrange ,k;

and Mrs. Chastain Folkes Miss Dollie McRae ot 'Starke 45, Free .and "Accepted Masons,
N. and
and Mrs. Sternberg ,
I and children of Ocala were guests spent the week-end with Miss Mat- \Render this as our testimonial ofIympaihf .
Ruth Sternberg motored to GalnesI of Senator and Mrs. E. M. Johns tie Norman. and' l'irtow.t to'the family II

I llle Sunday afternoon. Sunday., Misses Lillian\ Kelley and Jen- and relatives' of "our deceased Can _?,..____ 23c Regular Price 25c Juice

nlo Maude Crosby were dinner brother, and commend them to the '
Miss Dorothy Alvarez of Jacksonville Mr. and.Mrs. R. F. Demorest returned guests of Miss Cara Belle Norman Grand Master of the T/niverso/ for 3 pound can ,_____. 69c rr''.

is visiting her cousin, from Amerlcus, comfort and Pound
Sunday. guidance. '
Hiss Leila Dea Andrews.Mrs. 6 pound pkg.19c Per Can .. 22c'
can ____
Be It $1.35 -
Ga.. when they visited Mrs. Dem- Misses Agnes and Louise Sapp, further resolved that our I,
orest's father, Mr O. C. Johnson Mildred Alvarez and Frazier Shaw alter be draped In mourning for a
Eunice Canova, Miss Mary -
were visiting Miss Wilma Shaw of period of thirty days; that we Pt$ :
Canova and Mr.F.:A. Canova spent Mrs. W. M. Wainwright, Patsy Starke Sunday afternoon, who has dedicate a page ot our minute book Gold MedalPanCake Wilson's Cke brook y ry '
Ruth Wainwright and Martha been on the sick Hat. to his memory; that these resolutions I 1

Powell visited Gainesville Friday A large number of people) from be recorded therein and a I <, \
Misses Lois Terrell and Ger- Flour 3 29c
trude Patterson of White Springs afternoon. Corinth attended church at Water- copy sent to the family of the deceased pkg. BUTTER Pound - 43cJ"J" ;
.. and ;
Were --- oak Saturday night and Sunday. to the Bradford County :
visiting here Saturday.'. Miss Ethel Grlffln, Miss Minnie Everyone remember B. Y. P. U. Telegraph for publication.

Gruber and Mr. John Powell visited every Sunday night at 6:3C: C. A. FUTCH.
Genuine dull finish HummingBird Jacksonville Thursday after- o'clock. JOS. E.:.WILSON .Assorted Flavors Armour's Compound Pure Cane

hose In all new fall shades, .... -
noon. Q.. RAYMOND, rt ;,
guaranteed at Stump's. 8UWANNKE BULLDOGS Committee. JELLO.packages
Mr. and Mrs. J. R, poring Jr., TIE BRADFORD HIGH SUGARIOpo

of Waldo, and little eon, visited I Panama CltyA";, M* Williamsand
Mrs. Boring's fatb, Mr. ,J, W. The Suwannee Bulldogs won' L. S. Sbarpless to open pro- 3 '

CENT A, WORD% Andrews. -. Jr.,,Sunday.- what victory"might/ be down considered at Starke a "moral last-; date New business federal ontllarrfiton highway, from avenue.Del: 23c 2pound23c s ds.9c

afternoon when they held ray Beach to Baco Ration .' .. ,
Mr and Mrs. Clifton Brown and Friday opened. \ :: \

COLUMNNO daughter, of Lawtey, visited Mrs. the husky football squad of Brad- Contract to be let for work on Post Toastles I'' \ ..k

Brown's father Mr. J. W. An- Ford High School to a 6 to 6 score. remaining link pf highway between or Bradford County 4';, ,tti

TRESPASSING for rent for drews. Jr., Sunday Our green and white team started Florahome and Palatka. I '

sale cards at this office. off on their journey with, the Gainesville Iris Beauty Shop ,Cornflakes 3 pkgs. - 25c/ String Beans2poundsl5c f i;,: "' / .

Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Terrell and Idea they going to run up a score Inc., capitalized at $1,000: granted 9! .

FOR SALE-Cream Jersey Bull little eon. Maurice Ray. of White on Bradford and it took about ten charter of Incorporation r .,.,

sixteen months old; good. the Springs, were visiting here Satur- mnutes! of the game to show them i +

best S. C. Walnwrlgbt Lawtey, day. how badly mistaken they had been. Hawthorne that. ho had made a Green Mountain Fancy 'Pink 'f '

Fla. 10-17-21 Thrice In the opening quarterthe mistake, and tn.. local boy was .

Mr. J. M. Truby returned Fri- Starke outfit charged down not offside.

FOR SALE-Fresh Jersey cow; day from Emlenton. Pa.- and Buf upon the Suwannee goal reachedthe Following a socreless first half, Irish Potatoes Salmon2pound'cans Cream Cheese I

good) second hand steel wrench; falo. N. Y., where he spent the one yard line each: time and the third quarter was' similarly .

,, Icy-ball refrigerator;.? .twenty, past .few weeks visiting relatives. were repulsed only by battling, neck and neck" until! West and ,

Pigs' Duroc-Poland China mix- I IIll' battering Bulldogs, furiously fighting Habel were removed from the 8nwanneo 10, pounds- 30c 25c Pound '25c

e4. C. Letsch, Starke. 10-17-2t- and J.I' E. J. Dozier of to protect their goal. Once line-up on account of,Inlurtes I - - ;a''j

Gainesville visitors of Mr.: realizing they were In a real ball Bradford pushed a score ;,
f" r.
FOR BALE-Five r m'bouse In and Mr... R. J. Davis over the'' game the boys offered a splendid across before thopubsUtntes, were 'tv.,.. 'f1'
Starks. Large lot, purchaser may weekend.The defense and then went cruising well warmed up. Fancy Large Fancy York '''

take a. much land as desired. I down toward the Bradford goal In In the fourth quarter, the Ball- I I ", w''f' :

Now planted to strawberries Baptist W. M.'U. will hold' the second quarter. dogs completed four passes 'and Juicy Lemons doz. 25c / ; .- ,.

and< sweet potatoes. James their business and program meeting The Suwannee boys crossed the then Gordon Brown caught a punt j - CobkingAppIes,5fts.25c hra '. {:"

1.&lOb. 10-17-2t Monday afternoon at 3 o'clockat B. II. S. goal twice in this period I and returned 34'yards for tha ty- : ..

the Baptist church. but neither touchdown was permit Ins touchdown j, .

WANTED TO BUY-Pine Veneer ted. The first time, Gordon Daring the game McKelthen

Blocks, twelve inches and up In Hare you seen the good $1.00 Brown romped 25 yards, but the threw flv. passes for the Bulldogsand '

diameter, fifty-eight Inches long. full fashioned hose at Slump's! referee called the ball back asserting four were completed S. H. S. j

"at be straight grain free of Remember they are guaranteed Gordon bad cross beyond locked two pants and 1 1fumble.

*nou. if interested advise best too. the dim sideline. The second .. They were outweighed j

price loaded on cars at stations -- -- crossing was made by James West 10 pounds to the, man by Brad- 1 1forel' I

011 Seaboard railroad. Roux Mrs. J. J. Rigdon and son, Lacy on a 15 yesrd run. but the umpire well coached team. an j \

Crltte Company Inc.. Bartow Mrs. J. L. Corbett,of Tampa and railed a Live Oak tackle offs:dee eleven that played "heads up" and 1 lI'i"-Satisfaction la a Certainty I

(Lake QerAe/A/ ), !'la; 10-3-- Miss Eva Rlgdoa spent Wednes- and the. ball was returned. After clean football_Live Oak Democrat .

10-11.- lay fn Jacksonville. the game, the umpire told Coach Oct.. 17th.
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'rl N 11 re/I/, and good fruits, without partiality, Quebec's Folk Festival, Colorful Annual Spectacle, TRAIN SCR1tLg
and without hyprocrlsy. And the -

it1 f- fruit of righteousness Is sown In Attracts Visitors From Far and Wide to Ancient Capital Local No.1, Southbound

peace of them that make peace IM Stark. 11:11 p. 10. dill

Jao. 3:17, 18, ).....- Local .
Prayer: "God's grace alone Inspire Starke. 11:13". mUthbonttl.Locals ,

!) our hearts. Each other's t Limited No.
By w rd is a laniy unto ay feel, nd a Ighl 1.1011I1 pttk.-Pula 119105. load to share." NAaf'rANT i' ,4 due Starke 10:41: 107 a 10IIthbGUQ4,
, yiJFlIOrUIIIHVJllUi' : : creed, tt they ar* to have any claim Blessed Be God-Blessed be the Starke 10:36 p. m. dal

: Ipon! the love loyalty and devotion of the people must be In harmony with Ood and Father of our Lord Jesus I \ :' Northbound:
toe teaching of Jesus the Christ whose words fit 1 Into every fold and creviceof Christ which according to his i No. 2, due Starke,
the human heart, and of whom It was said In John 7:48."NEVER MAN :t No. 12. due 5:41: I'lit.
SPAKE LIKE THIS MAN." Abundant mercy hath begotten us v I Lr A Starke 3'0&:
again unto a lively hope by the Limited No. 1.,, sae SP.1It.
WEEKLY SERMON ETTE J factors in the ultimate settlement resurrection of Josus Christ from ,7f ( 5:53 p. m. ,
of the liquor problem. If Americais 4' Starke and
the dead, to an inheritance Incor- Wa'1nee
How Vf.Khali Know Them to become a land free from In- ruptible, and undefiled, and that a No 101 leaves Starke Hreneh:

. Matthew 7:16-20. Jesus said: toxicating liquor for the sake of fadeth not away, reserved in heaven R 102 arrives 2:40: p. J."daluN d
I Yo shall know thorn by their the boys and girls of tomorrow, it for you. Who are kept by the f + f cept Sunday II-I

fruits'. Do men gather grapes of will be necessary to teach the power of God through faith unto \ ,c f M \f&- ; T. J< Griffin,
thorns, or figs of thistles! 17'' truth about alcohol to the boys salvation. Peter 1:3-5. q tlFY Irenl.

Even so every good tree brlnget and girls of today." Prayer-Bless the Lord, 0 my 3 d' f r nine Bus Schedu1Southbouad9:37 ,,
_ _
forth good fruit; but a corrupttree "Here Is what President Wilburof soul and all that Is within me bless 1 : a.

brlngeth forth evil fruit. 18. Leland Stanford University in His holy name. 3 w. _ _ _ a. m.. t:07: p. m., 6:37 m? 11:11 il:
A good tree cannot bring forth California says: October B7, 1D3O 40 p. m. Pm", :.

evil fruit, neither can a corrupt ''There is no doubt that there The Cost of Redemption-Ye __ __ Northbound-4:50 a, m ir.l

tree bring forth good fruit 19. Every has been a marked decrease In the: know that ye were not redeemed a. m., 163: p. m., 4.23 p m' !1:1::..
tree that brlngeth not forth c : i
, use of alcoholic beverages among with corruptible things, as silver p. m.
good fruit Is hewn down, and cast students with whomI _1 ; Tickets
the college
II and gold, from your vain conversation "TN. OAt '" 0/1& .001 I and Informatloll
into the fire. 20. Wherefore by .. come in contact. Compared with . but with the precious .. :N .ALo. Smith's Service. Station, n
.h next
their fruits ye shall know them. I. the period before the present law blood of Christ as of a Iamb, without courthouse. '

Prayer: Father give us the Indwelling was put into effect! I should say' blemish and without spot.-] I Canadian village, farm music and songs river of,the and soil,the of -

of Thy Holy Spirit that that we have only one-tenth of the Peter 1:18: 19. stirring.. Daunting "chansons" of

we may bear good fruit, and in our problem we had at that time In Prayer: "Throned upon the aw- "voyageurs" and "coureurs du bols" -

lives reflect and lift up the living connection with liquor.' ful tree, King of grief, I watch (the pioneer woodsmen on this con EVERGREEN

Christ. "Jump the continent and come with Thee." tlnent) will be presented. In addition Mr. P. A. Rn.lrr.. Cor.
How should we pray! Answer, to Yale. Here Is Professor Chas. October 28. 1030 1 C.r there will be representation- of

read-Heb. 11:8.SUNDAY: C. Clark of the Disciplinary Com Babes in ChristWhereforelaying every handicraft practiced In old _
rural Prance and In Quebec Province. Mrs. H. McPherson and .
mittee of Yale speaking under aside all malice and all ':,r"' One of the two ballad operas to be daugp.ter
Nancy, of Maxvllle
oath: guile, and hyprocrlsles, and envies, performed represents a Joyous scene are T|>U.

SCHOOL I 'I am not a prohibitionist, and and all evil speakings as newborn of French-Canadian life, and the Ing Mrs. McPherson's slater, Mn.!

have never been. I will admit to babes, desire the sincere milk of other deals with a page from the J.' S. Rosier this week,
of early French settlement in
LESSON you however that the effect! of the word, that ye may grow there- history Acadla.: The first "A FrenchCanadian Mr. and Mrs. W, O. Raines, Mr.

r _ I prohibition at Yale University has by; if BO be ye have tasted that T aT Wedding written by Alberto and Mrs. Reid Taylor and
been l good. I know whereof I the Lord Is gracious.1 Peter 213. Bourgeois, vividly depict the Jollityof lily
and Miss Eunice Raines .
: FOR OCTOBER so, ii>3o of Madison
for I have been memberof and dance a
speak, a Prayer: "Give me, Lord, a --- seen accompanying
spent Sunday here
the Committee on Disciplinefrom faithful heart Thee." country marriage ceremony a hundred with Mr.
guided by
Subject World's
: Temperance
"ITo1NT and Mrs. R. S. Rosier
I year ago. "L'Ordre de Bon Tempe
: Sunday. a time dating back many October 2O, 1 D30Ood's ed CHftfr
tVOAKf19performances the second opera, was written by Mrs. Cohen Peele spent seven)
before I know,
years Praises-Ye are a chosen Louvlgny de Montlgny, and achieved last
," Oolden Text: "Every man that days week with her parent,
strlveth for the mastery Is tem- conditions Intimately, I do not pretend generation a royal priesthood, a Visitor from all over the United by habitant artists and suchjs: remarkable success that it wa Mr. and Mrs. Ury Reddish at Wj.
that the students are prohibitionIsts nation folk dancers bred In Quebec Province, translated into and
perate 'In all things." 1. Cor. 925. holy a peculiar people; States, Canada and even from overseas English producedat teroak.
or are not drinking, but that ye should show forth the and celebrated: artists from far and the Sea Music and Yuletide Festivals -
to attend the forthcoming
are expected
Lesson Text: Oalatlans 5:1326. : the change has been simply revo- praises of him who hath called wide who will rival one another In at Vancouver. B. C.. and Victoria Miss Euretlia Raines spent this
you : Dance and Folk Bong Festival, recovering the spirit of Old France last winter. "The prder of Oood week-end here with Mr. and Hit!
\ utlonary. In the old days our out of the darkness into his
Topic for Discussion: Making marvelous now an impc'tant annual vent, and old New France. The center 01 Cbeer" 1* derived from the diary of R. S. Rosier
prohibition effective! and permaI committe was constantly busy with light: Which in time past scheduled to take place in the Ancient activity will be the Chateau Fron- Marc Lescarboe and paints a brilliant B. E. Rosier, A. J, Yarbougk
I cases involving intoxication and were not a people, but are now Capital October 10-18. Sponsored tenac. Que co'l celebrated hostelry picture ot life In the settlement of
and Carl Rosier
nent.Paul's the disorders originating from It. the people of God: which had not heretofore by the Canadian Pacific where a series of ballad opera., folk Port Royal under Champlain three attended the aiso-
letter was written "unto I Railway, the Festival will feature and donees French and Frcnch- hundred ,elation at Maxvllle Friday, Saturday
Now we have practically no business obtained mercy, but now have obtained songs and twenty-six years ago.
the churches of Oalatla" about the and Sunday.
of the kind at all to transact." mercY.-l Peter 2:1, 10. '
q yea.', A. D., 88\ The Oalatlan Dealers' METHODIST PLANT SEED! NOW FOR sired, and the plants can be thin- Mrs. Maggie Forsyth and children
"In 1012 the Retail
Liquor ,,- Prayer: Let the people praise
churches Included "Antioch of ATTRACTIVE WINTER ned Lucille and Eugene of Jacksonville
as they begin to grow. Seedof
Association met In Ohio. Here Thee, 0 God, let all the people
Plsldla" Iconlum, Lystra and Der- II s an excerpt from one of the praise Thee. Preaching every Sunday at 11 FLOWER" COLOR LATER stocks can be planted either in spent Sunday and Monday
t t', be. a. m. and 7: 30 p. m. flats or In the open. here with relatives.
i. f Paul preached that those who speeches" : October 30, 1030 Sunday school at 9i45: a. m. E. There are a wealth of annual Cornflowers or bachelor buttons, R. S. Rosier and Miss Euretbi
'We must create the appetitefor Sanctify The Lord God-But
t' accepted Christ and his teachings liquor in the growing boys. sanctify the Lord God In your K. Perryman, Supt flowers which may be planted in grown in long rows of the same Raines were visitors to Starb
f. : were freed from the burdensome Prayer meetingevery Wednesday Saturday afternoon.B. .
, I Men who drink - will die, and If hearts: and be ready always to Florida gardens during the fall color, are most charming. The
rites of the Jewish church. 7:30: p. m. E. Rosier, Mr. and Mrs Leslie
newer colors and the double sorts
there is not new appetite created give an answer to man that
every months to color and for
Brethren, have been called unto provide
A cordial invitation Is extendedto McClellan were visitors to Stark
our counters will be empty as well asketh you a reason of the hope are excellent for cut flowers
the winter. In
liberty; only use not liberty for you to attend any or all of cutting during a Thursday afternoon.
a,if our coffers The field for that Is !in with Petunias and
open you meekness and sweet alysaums
a recent radio talk WRUF
an occasion to the flesh for all these services. over Mr. and Mrs. Kersey and Mn..
the creation of appetite Is among fear.-1 Peter 3:15.: \ are desirable for row borders or
the law Is fulfilled In one word, O John V. Watkins, assistant in hor- J. E. Rosier and children, J. R,
the boys Nickels expended In Prayer: "In love my soul would ticulture edgings. The petunias should be
love thy neighbour at the college, mentionedan
as thyself. Sows bred early in Novemberwill and Mary attended church at Colon
treats to boys now, will return In bow, My heart fulfil Its in boxes
while the
Walk lu the Spirit, and ye shall vow. bring pigs 1110 the spring at a even dozen of them and gave planted sweet Saturday.
dollars to your tills after the appetite -. *- alyssum should be planted directly
not fulfill the lust of the flesh directions for their culture. and
time when there WH be little dan- Mr. and Mrs.,. R. S. Rosier
If ye be led of the Spirit, ye are has boen formed. UESnVTER'.1N ger of their being injured by cold The first he mentioned was the In 'the garden: ch'ldren: and Miss Euretha Ralnei

; not under the law" S -- and at a time when grass la green sweet pea, although It is almost A little plant called L'naria! attended the association at Mairille -

In John 8:36: Jesus said "If the DAILY IMI1I.K READINGS Services Sunday October 26, as and tender. too late to plant the sweet pea morrocanna is a dependable win Saturday night.

Son therefore shall make you free,, follows: .-- now. Next on the list was the ca ter flowering annual. Seeds of

ye shall, be free Indeed." Paul October a I, IDilO 10 a, m. Sunday school, J. M. leap high the farms' wintry lendula. Good seed, thnlY! planted mixed colors should be obtainedand I

continues "Use not your libertyfor Truby supt. in boxes and covered lightly planted directly to the garden.
an occasion for the flesh," but The Proper Proof-Pure, religion 11 a. m. Morning worship ser' hoard, with sand and wet newspapers, Lupines are excellent winter I No Substitute For
and undefiled before Ood and the golden
Heap high corn;;
to observe,the law of love, one to mon by the pastor Theme, "The which are removed as soon as the garden subjects where the land Is
the Father is thin To visit the No richer gift has autumn poured
another. Paul then writes, "The Lord Relgneth. seed sprout, were some of the free of root-knot. They shouldbe Your SweetheartYou
fatherless and widows in their affliction From out her golden horn.
works of the flesh are adul- 6:30: p. m. Christian Endeavor points mentioned by Mr, Watkins. planted where they are eipected
and to himself -Whittier.
keep -
tery, fornication, uncleanness, lasciviousness from the world. Jas. unspotted 1- Topic "Making America ChristIan The boxes should be kept in the to grow, and thinned to 18 Inches certainly don't want any.

Idolatry, witchcraft, 2 7, -- : ;" Mark 1\\ :1-20. Leader Miss sun until the plants have from The California poppies were the Neither do you: want substitutefor

hatred, variance, emulations "0 work below Estelle Kendrick Sugar cane growers of West 4 to 6 leaves, at which time they, last mentioned by Mr. Watkins in Carter's Little Liver Fills

\ wrath, strife, seditious, heresies, Prayer To sweeten: happiest of- '7:30: p. m. Evening worship,'' Florida should arrange to secure should be planted about a foot I his talk. They do not transplant remedy for biliousness liverandconstipatioruTakeCartor's)
many a cup seed of Cayana 10 as the Is
song and sermon. Sermon topic, crop apart where they are to grow In
l s envylngs, murders drunkenness\ I easily, so the seed should be sown
woe, By deeds and holy love being harvested. This variety is
- "Making the Captain Perfect. the garden. in the and the
revelllngs, and such like they garden plants thin
October 25 1030 reslstanfio mosaic and to ter's,move nearly two poundsol
Hebrew 2:10.Prayer : i nematodes Snapdragons and pansies are
which do such things shall not in- ned to two feet.
herit the kingdom of Ood." The Fruit of Righteous-The meeting Wednesday at I. which cause root-knot. handled largely the same as ca bilecleansingwhole

|f Paul then states the opposite of wisdom that Is from above is first 7:30: p. m. lendulas. Pompano Work started on no other. Buy at any drat

these evil "works of the flesh," pure, then peaceable, gentle, and A cordial invitation to .all our Clearwater Fertilizer factory Mignonette seed should be: addition to Pompano Methodist store for 25c. Look for the rq

"But the fruit of the Spirit Is love, easy to be entreated, full of mercy services extended to all. will be established here. planted where the plants are de- church building. bottle. Resent substitutes.HE -

Joy peace lone suffering, gentleness e'"THE

goodness, faith, meekness, '

no temperance law." : against such there Is MAIN THING ON MAIN STREET S By L. F. Van Zelm '

: In the revised 'version of the t

Bible the word "Temperance" In

this last quotation is translated iPtrittj UttzzMAIN "Qlt"t. I'M -we ft'4qUll2\ttQ R1- I LtW1l ttut9 01 1 L'd o t L"<'1.c.) l.f.2u- ;

t "Self-control." because "temperance" : : QOQTER mOM Tee 'nAIL' But! '" 1M1 'WA\.l.rf &as' BEST BeCAUSE T)AKDE LIONS .

,; Is now largely used with 4Ta T'-6 H"t Y QUESTION 'bDM( IS "CAUlK S t3EEs .....& BCN4 (me) B 5MT"QUI..ITI'II& -
reference to the suppression of alcoholic
PAPQ! "Wh4.t cl4 fjQQiED I" EM i4AVE 'EM Pi
drinks. Paul means that of
I "{-ICEJ ,
those who live within the spirit I 4.WL _
", of Christ are so completely within INQUIRING RtPOBTCR cr "t nSPRI"'S
the law that they do not realize A NEW ONE /1'/

nor tear Its force. 1"' 11 I.t/
Paul thus appealed to the Gala : r :J ,

liens, IOU we live In the Spirit, let QUeST.o"-WhAt erwna. r

us also walk In the Spirit. This ( t k '

is the great test of Christian life. {h > zt2ll, wIut? I

..'. W. may sincerely desire to obey
him. but to "walk in the spirit" of I : .,
Christ is where most of us fall. In WKEOB ASKED! ON s
this letter Paul says "For the MAIN STREET IH F0ONT i 1CF

': flesh lusteth against the Spirit, TWS FIOQIT SHOP.:> I- W S ; II/,
./ and the Spirit against the flesh:ifY :\' : /. /
and these are the
fY contrary one to '
the other: so that ye cannot do the I AtiSwfQS- QIOHTOIT1iEQ5
things that ye would" Out In Romans ,
wm we. Iw ra
7, find these
we statements,
:', "What I would, that I do not: but '

what I hate, that I do", and "I I DOROTHY DARNIT Charles McManus I ICLOW
delight In the law of Ood butI By

see another law in my members

; bringing me Into captivity to TOO You KNOW OID y'ou READ H1E WAS J UP IN.. THE

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4" In applying this lesson we submit WHAT Al3ou wt4lt"a HE WORKOiI 7

t the following authentic statements i > HIM WAMTEORAISE

" : "The young boys and girls .
of today are the most importantAnother's YES r H! Cot

:c+ WELL VERY J X t415?wisf / /

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: Is Not For You o ,," o O wF U

You want your owruln the same 0i

way insist on having your own

torpid liver biliousnessandcon-
: stipation i =t rter's Little Liver i I

Pills. Take Carter's and stir up .

the two pounds of bile that ,\1,

cleanses the whole system. .'.-

Red bottles. Any drug store. ti .eeue.go,

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I- situated credit against such .......11... tiful picture of light and flowers NOTICE to read as buildings and property I
OP ELECTION to the highest bidder for cash. In shall b. amended so as thereon, together with such lands as tax of the United Slate
Marigolds In shades of lemon yellow front of the South door of the courthouse follows may be required for warehouses, I applicable to Florida INherltances
LAJYTEY gold and orange carried a To the Sheriff of Bradford County In Starke, Bradford county, Section .. The Legislature shall storage, trackage and shipping facilities or Estates.The::! Legislature
of the State of Florida have to for issuingStat. used for such provide for the appropriation -
_." .r. V.tiro .r. note of fall color In the beautiful Be It known that I. R. GRAY Florida the following lands lying power bonds only ::1the purpose :of and being pur. mar all taxes collected under
E .A8t In Bradford County Florida, to-wit poses
.se B. hall, while lovely zinnias, ferns Secretary of dtat. of of West. half of Southwest quartet ofNortheast : repelling Invasion. or suppressing Insurrection this Article to such State, County
Florida, do hereby give notice that and the Counties, Districts Municipal or Educational purposes n
and pot plants were used In the a quarter of Section SS,
Municipalities of the Stat. aa It may deem advisable.
Township 1 South, Range II East A
R. R. Tbede and Mr.. O. decoration of the parlor living GENERAL ELECTION also North half of Northwest of Florida shall have power to Issue Amendment. to Section It of
In Jack- will be held In Bradford : quarter bonds only after the same shall Constitution of
were visitors room and dining room. County and Southeast quarter of Northwest Article IX of the
!Roberts, I State of Florida, on Tuesday next. quarter and fractional Southwest have been approved by a majority of the State of Florida Relating to A JOINT RESOLUTION PropnslagAn
,ille Thursday, Cake and punch were served succeeding the first Monday In No- quarter of Section I*, Town- the votes cast In an election In Taxation and Finances,, So as to Amendment to Article IX *f ,j
and HIM Ruth vember. A. D. 18SO, the said. .- ship 1 South Range II East, except which a majority of the freeholder provide Authority for the State of the Constitution of the State: e>f
a Louise Howe throughout the evening and many being( the therefrom lot who are qualified electors residingIn Florida to Levy and Collect Inheritance Florida Section nf. Thereto an Ad.dltional t
were voting relatives into were the friend who came to welcome FOURTH DAY Or NOVEMBER Three.VB.\ M. JOHNS, such Counties. Districts or Municipalities or Estate Taxes Under Be Known an
!beds For Representative of the Second shall participate to beheld Certain Condltloas. "Section 1$" Relating; to the Taxation -
Special Master In Chancery.D.
Friday. i Mr. and Mm. Christy to Law- Congressional : In the to be prescribedby of Motor Vehicles.BB .
City ; District of the Stateof R. KNIGHT Ji. V. KNIOHT manner BE IT RESOLVED UY TILE LEGISLATURE :
T. J. Terry were tey. Mr. Christy is pastor of the Florida In the Seventy-Second Starlce. FlaSolicitors shad\; but the provisions of this OF THE STATE OF IT RESOLVED BY THB l.HQJM-
and Mrs. the refundingof TUB OF
Congress of the United States. for Complainant. Act not apply to FLORIDA: LATURE OF STATE
,e5 to Lake City on accountfiw Grace Methodist church, and he F'or secretary of State of the Stat. lO.lO.n.JO-II. bond. Issued exclusively for the That the following amendment to FLORIDA
of Mr. Terry' moth- and Mrs. Christy have Just moved of Florida. ; purpose of .thereon oftsucboCoun- Section 11 of Article X of the Constitution That the following amendment t. .
limes For Two Justices
of the Supreme the Interest Article IX of the Constitution of the
of Florida
of the State relating
here from Eustls. Court of the Stat. of Florida. NOTICE' OF ELECTION ties. Districts: or Municipalities. to Taxation and Finances be, State of Florida, relating to Taxation

Lr Charles Dlnlln. has return- Among those present were the of For the State two Railroad of Florida.Commissioners I. and the same Is, hereby agreed to and Finance, by adding I thereto
In following: Miss Arthurine Blanchard For One M.mber of the House of WHEREAS The Legislature of A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing and shall be submrtten to the electors an additional section to be knownas
home after a visit Jacklon-I Representatives of the State 1.!9. under the Constitution of late, An Amendment to Article) IX of of the State of Florida at the "Section 15" providing for themanner
Mr W. C. Wooten Mrs Et- ida. of Flor of the State of Florida, did pass four the Constitution of the State ofFlorida General Election to be held on the of taxation of motor vehicles
Ie.AleBsrs.. fie Miner, Mrs. B. B. Wells Mr For County Surveyor.For Joint Resolutions proposing amendments Relative to Taxation and first Tuesday after the first Mon !>e and the same Is hereby
Pete Harmon and Jnllan Five to the Constitution of the Finance to Be Known .. Section, day In V 1980, tot agreed to and shall be submitted to
and Mrs. T. J. Terry, Mr. and Mrs.G. County Commissioners. I br.j.ctio.e' the qualified electors of the State efFlorida
City, were visitors For Three Members of the State of Florida, and the same were II of Article IX.BLATURNOOF ratification. or Is t<
|rtH of Lake W. Roberta, Mrs. James R Board of Public Instruction.. County agreed to by a vote of three-fifths BY THE LEGIS!!! say, that Section 11 of Article, IX ol for ratification nr rejectionat ,
Thursday. of all the members elected to each. THE 8TATH OF the Constitution of the State ol the General Election to be held
For Justice
Moore of the Poa In and
ra Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Thede, o on the first Tuesday! after the firstMonday
H. Moore has returned for the following Justice Districts, house; that the votes. on said Joint FLORIDA I I Florida relating to Taxation and Finances
!Mrs\ J- visit withr Mr. and Mrs A. H. Harley Mrs "III: Reaolutluns were entered upon their That the following amendment of be amended so aa to read at tJn..N :'p'-b:: A.i D,added Isle' d .
sCter a few day's W. No. 1. t. T. respective. :Journals with the yeas Article IX of the Constitution of. follows that Is be
IDS H. Biggs. Mr. and Mrs W. F.
Mr. C. Y. Mayo. In For &nstable; In and for the fol- and nays thereon, and they did determine the State of Florida to be known ... Section 11. No taxes upon Inheritances to Article IX of the Constitution ef
| daughter Boulware, Mis. Enia Blanchard, lowing Justice Districts, ,vis and direct that the said Section 11 of said Article IX be, and or upon the Income of residents the State of Florida, relating taxation -
IDpa. Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Reddish Mrs. No. 1, a, (, 7. Joint Resolutions be submitted to the same Is hereby agreed to and or citizens of this State shallbe and finance, an addition "section -*
Ftorrlo Terry apent the In Testimony Whereof, I the electors of the State at the General shall be submitted to the electors, of levied by the State of Florida, or to be known ae "flection J. o
.Misa!\ with friends. O. J. Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. C have hereunto set my Election. In November 1.'0. the State of Florida at the general under Its authority, and there shallbe said Article, whloh shall read a. fol
ek-end In Ocala Arwood Miss Rebecca Whitehead, hand and alnxed the great NOW THEREFORE. I. H. A. election to be held. on the first Tuesday exempt from taxation to the headof lows .
Enoch Grime spent Thurs- (Seal) seal of the state of Flor GRAY Secretary of State of the after. the first Monday In November the family residing In this State, Section. IS. Motor Vehicle. a.prop..rty
tt.. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Bennett, Mr. ida at Tallahassee. the State of Florida, dp hereby give notice 1910, for ratification or rejection. household goods ana personal effects shall be subject to onl,
in Green Cove Springs.Mr that a : to the value of rive hundred one form of taxation which shall tn
1 r O.W Brown Mrs. M. E. Edwards, Capital, this the twenty-
J- C. Gatewood baa return- 0 third day of August. A. D. GENERAL ELECTIONwill Section IS. For a period of fifteenyears (naoo.ol Dollars, provided, however, license tax: for the operation o.
Mrs. C. Tears Mrs. J. L.. Harrell such motor vehicles, which lleensj
his vaca- 11130. be held. In each county In Florida from the beginning of op..ra.tlon. that the Legislature may provide for ..,,
spending tax shall be In such amount and!
bore after Mr. F.. R. Carradlne, Miss Kath- R. A. GRAY on Tuesday next succeeding the all Industrial plants which the assessment. . levying and collection led: for such the Legislature -
L In Danville, Va. Secretary of State first. Monday In November. A. D.. shall be established In this State on of a tax: upon Inheritances, of purpose as -
Mrs. F R. Carradlne leen Blanchard. Mrs. W. F. Moore, To W. J. Epperson, Sheriff Brad- mo. the" said Tuestlay being the or after July lilt 1.8., engaged primarily for the levying of Estate taxes, not be In may lieu, ad, provide valorem, and taxes.snail
B Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Edwards Lord during said period in the exceeding In the aggregate assessable
W. H. Mr. County. 9-s-9t-10-I1 Fat'HTII DAY OF NOVEMBERfor against motor vehicles
in Jacksonville Sun- manufacture of steel vessels. automobile amounts which may by any law as
visitors the ratification or rejection of
ra E. H. Collier, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. the said Joint Renolutlone proposing tires, fabrics and taxtflas. the United States be allowed. to th.1 personal property.The .
'I. Smith Mr and Mrs. Clifton amendments to the Constitution :of wood pulp, paper, paper bags, fiberboard I credited. against or deducted.
Mrs. King and little daughter I Mr. and Louts MASTER'S SALE) ,the State of Florida, vie: automobiles, automobileparts any similar tax upon vote cast In compliance with
Brown H. Hill
returned to their home A JOINT RESOLUTION ProposingAn aircraft aircraft parts ola..1 or taxes on estates. assessed. or ten Maid proposed amendments, and the
ua have Mi, and Mrs. D. W. Moore, Miss Amendment to Section f of Ar. and cookery Manufacturers led by the United !States! on the same canvass declarations and returns p
Jacksonville after visiting her Eunice Miss Jessie tide IX of the Constitution of the re fining of sugar and oils, and including I subject but the power of the Legislature thereof. shall be subjected. to the
Whitehead Lee
I Notice Is given that under and by derivative to levy such Inheritance taxes and restrictions
E. E. Burney. State of Florida Relating to Bonds. by-products or I, : same regulations as
.tar, Mrs.\ Dowling, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. virtue of that certain final decree. all IT RESOLVED: BY THE LEGISLATURE Incident to the manufacture of any or Estate Taxes In this State, are provided by law for general
Mrs. D. U. Sapp and daughter, I Whitehead Mr. and Mrs. J. H. made and entered on October tth. OF THE STATE OF of the above products, shall be exempt .' shall exist only so long as. and during elections In the State of Florida.: V
returned home after 1930, by lion. A. Z. Adklns. Judge, FLORIDA: from all taxation except thatno the time, a similar tax Is ..- IN TESTIMONY WHlflRE-
rothy, have Moore and Mr. and Mrs. W. B. in that certain foreclosure suitpending That the following amendment. to exemption which shall become effective forced by the United States against: OF, I have hereunto. set
ending the past two weeks Inw Christy. In the Circuit Court of Section. 8 of Article 9 of the Constitution by virtue of this amendmentshall Florida Inheritances I or Estates and my: hand and affixedthe i
Bradford county Florida. In chancery of the State of Florida relating extend beyond the year 10411 shall only be exercised or enforced Great Seal of the
York. In which Alfred DeVoto Is com to bonds be, and the same Is The exemption' herein authorisedshall to the extent of absorbing. the SEAL State of Florida, at Tallahassee I
Minx Ruth Roberta and Mrs. plainant and Arthur W. Tobey et hereby, agreed to shall be submitted not apply to real estate owned I. amount of any deduction or credit, the Capital
have returned to their home al., are defendants, the undersignedwill : to the I tr'.d: of the State at and used. by such Industrial which may be permitted by the lawsof this the twentythirdday "1 f;
nlth NOTICE) OF FINAL DISCHARGE on Monday the 8rd day of November the Ueneral Election of Representatives plants except. the real estate occupied the United States., now existing or of July. A. D. 199*. i
Lake City after a visit here ate A. D. 1930 during the legal to be held In 1930, for approval as she location required: to hereafter enacted to be claimed bjri ; R. A. GRAY. I
home of Mr. and Mrs. D. U. Notice la hereby given that sixty. hours of sale., offer for sale. and sell or refection That sold l Section II hniisn stirh Industrial rtlnntH'' unit tb ssr n thereof, ss. a deduction n a-1-t-111-t. "Secretary' of Mtat-- i j

,day after date hereof on to-wlt: the I
I Louise Thede spent the Urd day of December, 1930. We., theundersigned ... Ff i
executor's of the. estateof .. .1
'k.end with Miss Beverly Cady Alice C. M. Hewke, deceased will ,
present our vouchers and, final account .
f Kingsley Lake to the Honorable Oeo. A. Gardiner j
I Miss Geneva Hodges -was a County Judge of Bradford.
County, Florida, for his approvaland '
'ek-end visitor at the home of our dischargee .as such executors.

jr. and Mrs. Paul Dinkins. This. 24th day of October 1930.W. ,
H. R141tfENtr: and '
( MISS Pearl Roberts and Miss MAE HEWKE REROENT, '

over were visiting friends here 10-14-61-11-18. Executors. ; : ,
r ;
ursday. : ."., /.,-,' ,,: .\,.-;., ..1'J, ; f.!..", : "'".)'.\\\1:,,
Mr, Vernon Rowe of Jackson- CLERKS ANn INRPPCTOnS CRNEHAL ''' :"","1"" ', '

lie. Is visiting his father here. ELECTION .,.... .
Miss Jessie _Lee Dowling spente The board of county commissioners . '' ,:. :
week-end with her parents in of Bradford county at their < :
meeting held In Starke on Monday. .'.'
ke Butler. October 6th. appointed the following ,": '
Mrs. W. K. Torode and Mrs. A. clerks and Inspectors to serve at b
the general election to be held at '
Lewis were visitors In Jack- the several precincts. within Brad
nville Friday. ford county on Tuesday. November4th

The "Go When You Please Club" : Precinct No. 1, Leader

ct at the home of Mrs. A. M. Q. II Pearce, clerk; James. Rosier, : ,
J. A. Howe and R. A. Blanchard a
anchard, Misses Arthurine Inspectors. (

anchard and Miss Eunice White- Precinct No. 9, N. Starke ,' I
F. A. Scott, clerk; Ueo. C. White, .
ad, hostesses A. J. Thomas and Aubrey Moore In '

Several contests and games were spectors.Prrrlnct. .

Joyed during the evening after L. Peek clerk No.;X.O.S.H.StarkeJ. Bennett A. .

bleb the hostesses served dellcos W. Anderson and J. W. Andrews, \L ;''!', .

Jr., Inspectors.Prerlnrt. .
punch and cake. N.. 4, Graham .
Those present were: Misses W. T. McRver: clerk: 8 T. Thomas t tt
Chesley Foes' and H. M. Wasdln,
uth Rowe, Gladys Reddish Jes- Inspectors.. t

e Leo fowling, Leola Fogg, PrerlBet. No. 8. Hampton C

Illalouise Boulware, Abbie Har.y 3af.E.Williams lIn"J"J.kj.. I Br&nnen.* O. Johns In,

Arthurine Blanchard and spectors.

essrs.nee, Pete Vernon Burney,Rowe Howard,' Halite Min blood A. L.Precinct J.Sullivan P. Padgett No.clerk.,and Theresa: Neal 8. R.Young-Swln-

B.II,I) Harrell Lawrence Dink- del. Inspectors.Preclaet No.. 7'. New Hirer YOU OWE AS MUCH TO YOUR

s and Sinclair Harley. G. W. Andrews, clerk; D. W. Kelly -
Ladles Aid B. F. Renfroe and S. C, Crews,
nspectors.Prvrlnrt. TOWNn
The Ladles Aid society of Law. No. 8. Brooker .

1 entertained a host of friends J. J. Morgan, clerk; M. P. Mat-
heny.. E. M. Hasen and C. S. Kelly,
st Thursday evening, October 16, nspectore.

the home of Mrs. J. H. Moore, J. O. CREWS AS HE OWES
Chairman Board of County Commissioners TO HIS
a reception In honor of the Rev. Bradford County

nd 1 Mrs. W. B. Christy. I Attest. : Florida. ,,1b
Mrs. Moore's home beau
was a Clerk 10-l )-4t-10-m



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county and that the profit, as well as wage- Just watch the star: football player of.any school. When your local merchants prosper r, your town

costs represented and helps, goes the county.into local channels of circulation How eager he is in the,fray, how anxious to bring prospers.

elsewhere that which carries home the honors for his own school No hardshipis k
Printing done -- Their growth contributes to

other imprints or no Imprints-takes money away too difficult, no act too risky for him. He wantsto community

from Bradford county. growth.

win! To win that the name of his school mightbe

Look for the imprint and let those who solicit

your patronage know that you favor those who get honored. They pay local taxes, support local institutions a

their printing done at home.BRADFORD and
are an index of community :worth,

You, Mr. Citizen of This Town, can do for your

COUNTY n town what this football player is doing for his I.Vhen you make purchases out of town, you are

TELEGRAPH school. You can help your town grow in prestigeand not playing for your own team. You are opposing

the success of your own colleagues.

STARKE, FLA. presperity by patronizing your home merchants )

- .. When the cash registers of the merchants in '"

NOTICE your own home town jingle merrily will hear '
that drives him forward you
Notice:: Is hereby given that the will be .old Get the same spirit the
fwNOVEMBER. echoes in
?. c auction on the FIRST MONDAY ItJG. It being right your own home.

to ford. ?County dy ,ot State...1"' of month Florida before, or the so much courthouse thereof door as at will$ be rke necessary In Brad- Yours is the opportunity to help this town reach

pay the the same together with the
amount due for taxes set opposite
lest of such sale and advertising.. C. A. KNIUHT., Tax Collector..Tave* its goal. You can give this town a forward pass to Play for your own team---get the community

"Istles .>.. T B A 0.....r C -te. success. boost spirit!

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-- headquarters at the Tyler Forest bo connected with the water level Thinks Time Is I abolition of four

Bradford County TelegraphEstablished Protective Association office a few the same, making: It unnecessarytos : boards, the consoiM.?'** tIi

I From Other Pens-r rTh'e' [miles east of Trenton in Gllchrlstcounty. any locks in this great canal- \ i pt\.Tg..R PY eral other POsitions In I0"1! ..
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1877 : InasJDch.a! I. J. Qoul- nothing but a Jetty or breakwaterat ., ,_ i. county COTernlJlent etalI

.._ ,_ :.. ... ...__1__ _ -, - -- -- .. den, of' StarKe, formerly, eastern 'one' end 'tQl\l roect' (t from Tax Conditions form system ot aCCOunt I and I 'ta.
of five storm, the' other end being pro- I political: sub-dllalon. 11 hIt
Published,, Weekly on Fridays; and Entered as Second. Class most remarkable thing district 'forester charge
about the new runty automobile forest protective units includingthe tected by nature. -- recommends
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, FloridaE. la the h'gh price.-Starke Tele- Tyler, has beet assigned to a Think what it would mean from Advocating a special session of : Ubllshlng a uniform IY8t

In and out special forest fixation study and to a commercial standpoint-just 90 In January by .. accounts in all the a

S. Matthews, _-________________ Owner and Publisher of you'll If ;you think ever got they are highat the public relations branch of the miles across the state, saving approximately the which legislature time all nominees to the Qnlrlng state attorneyS counUe to hI It

r J. C. Robinson _..__,..___________________ Managing Editor any price-Macclenny Press. state service,' Assistant District a distance of for 800 all( state legislature shall have been all mortgage foreclosure assistor : :

..mooWANTEDIlou.ekeeping-- Forester W. C.'Bl'anch, has been miles, which is a dead haul duly qualified and elected, Col. 8 actions involving public :

SUBSCRIPTION RATE position placed In charge dt District 6. He fre'ght from the east to the west J, Hilburn nominee for the state and requiring county tar toll i

by; young woman, SIB a week. will have charge of fire protectionwork coast eliminating the hazardous senate from Putnam county Sat. to handle automobile: lice,,,

Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 7 Payable In Advance Can make home brew. Write Box on'the Tyler:, unit and will in trip around the Florida reefs, urday approved such a move ,to without extra compensatloa
been lost Other
Advertising Rates on Application -.-Ad In Morriaton. (N J.) addition carry 'oft toresty extension : where more ships have deal solely with tax relief matters recommended( hllla
Record. work: throughout; the new district than on any other coast of the Commenting on the situationCol. lows: to
-- - -- - -------------- United States to the same number I An act
f. -0-- which Includes Gilchrlat, Hilburn said: abolishing the
f: No snow in Florida. The grammar class may parse Levy, Dixie, Marlon?and Alacbua oC miles. Also eliminating the up- "I do not believe that anythingcan I ficlal campaign bulletin, Itate'mAn

f 0 this sentence, displayed on a sign counties. Mr, Baker saya.-TlmenOnlon. hill drive against the ,great gulf be accomplished by further de. act abolishing tbe ODlct

U fourth. in front of an Atlanta theatre! stream, eliminating the cost of allships' lay." The tax problem has been i state service officer and placing
The election Is November 70 duties
"Joan Sawyer In Our Blushing --u- time, approximately thoroughly investigated and no ad- on the state adjutant

Brides Cooled by Refrigeration" Six J\lont a'll2.000.0001Ocala hours in the passage around Flor- ditional data can be provided by 'I,eral

t Some signs should be believed and followed. -Florence (Ala.) Herald. ( Star.) ida day,at not an average counting cost the of great$463 risk per further delay, in my opinion. We method Three of blllil foreclosure revising the prete

: 4 ----e --" have such facts before us that on
.p- If expressions being made b1Florida' and wear and tear to the ships ID now !tiflcates., under which tat car
P A new type of strawberry; Is be- we can take Intelligent steps to state
'i leading public men and a hazardous trip and shall Itto.
that short but
' : Lest you forget-it's time to start on that Christmaslist. ing tried out at Plant City. But relieve the situation. represent the
'J majority of the newspaper fraternity time which is the most importantthing'at without additional *
the old Missionary variety Is pretty "There U an Insistent command fee and aha
U Indication of public
" hard to beat. It has made Plant present. from the people that somethingbe on all certificate .. ,
0- opinion, It Is a foregone conclusion I direction
f' !' City Wauchula, Starke and Law- From a safety standpoint, follow done to relieve the burden of of tha state comptroge
constitutional amendments as published finiJ millions millions that when the voters go to the the contour of our land all Repeal of the law creatYni
, I: Study the tey growers upon polls Tuesday, Nov 4, they will, taxes. I would not advocate a I Florida soil iii
north of the great
land being survey
of dollars-Times-Union. high special session until all the nomi- service
r.r.II II this issue. a by a tremendous' majority vote and fertile Kissimmee valley anil I duly elected and qualifiedas Repeal ot the law providing
nees are
q,' 0 One of the, good laws on Flor- adopt the' "McL'in amendment, Okeechobee lake region, with a I see no purpose in returning official court reporters In ear*

\ 1 We complain more about hard times than we brag about ida's statute books requires the known as the- inheritance ,tax natural drainage south with the those who have already tailed to dlclal district. ]

state to purchase school books ,*or' amendment. ,_ , exception 'of the St. Johns river, An act requiring the
good business. Adoption of this amendment, cope with the situation, but I do I delinquent payment,
children when parents are unableto " which flows north when conditionsare believe that the new members with taxes prior to the
aside of the
,, 0 do so.-Starke Telegraph. That setting provisions normal. But in time of heavy all information before them should flrmation of Judicial property S

Even a crazy man has sense enough to plan an escape is one platform promise that was legislature amendment and submitted subsequently by the 1923 ratified rains and storms, when its tribu- be in a position to offer relief."I by any court or the execution

performed. Tallahassee State taries overflow It naturally flows conveyance deeds.A .
; the
from asylum. would recommend that the
, at the polls, as most every well bill'compelling
New*. south, overflowing the Kissimmee the
special session be called. so as to state Hi
Informed man knows, will place stock
river sanitary board
--c- valley and the Kissimmee to get
""f football organizations-the Tor- Florida In position to take advan-, divorce taxation from all other tteh
Florida has two good The Bride's Hymn which flows into the Okeechobeelake in order that something benefit of federal appropriable!
:, nadoes and the Gators. Can opener 'tis of thee; tage of the HO per cent rebate naturally overflowing its constructive may be accomplished. through acceptance of method
clause in the'federal inheritance
Friend in emergency, banks and destroying life and the United States Department ,
o I Recognlzing'the exigencies of the t
tax statute, and by doing so it
t, Matrimony Is similar to bidding a no-trump on a king, Of thee I sing. has been estimated variously that property In one of the most fertile i situation I feel that no further delay
When burnt brown is the steak, spots in the world, virtually mak- should be tolerated but that unexpended balm,

: jack, ten and four cocktails. And sinks the ten pound cake. four Florida or will five collect million, annually dollars some now ing It useless, because it costs steps be taken as soon as the new of the state Hotel commission i I

o You save a tummy-ache more to maintain and keep It hab- body be, qualified. Our taxation be refunded to the state treanur,
;i Oh, kitchen king.-Lake going into the federal treasury. itable than can possibly be paid .for deposit In the pension fund
Lake City Reporter reminds radio fans that Paul Revere Florida In 1928 paid Into the national problems are' In such' condition, Establishment of
Wales News. taxes from that section. the ;
for by civil
that It Is almost impossible to ex- H
: : broadcasted on only one plug. treasury, $6,000,000 In In- rice system In all
the possibilities -
,' -o---- Can any man imagine pect anything constructive from a governraei
I heritance taxes and, with a state through constitutional
0r. Starke, Florida, has a city tax inheritance tai in effect: would I of prosperity from the regular session when so many oth- ment. araet

r. I, Pay more attention to voting for men seeking office and of 17 mills which Is said to be sufficient have bgenentitledlo a rebate of great Everglades and Okeechobee er matters divert and distract. 'A An 'act
section. If it could be kept drainedso abolishing bond tru u.
to cover running expenses ,, special session howfever, devoted -
: there will be less kicking over government. U,600OOO.Yili.. iwwt much the : In counties cltiea.
that Its great agricultural resources towns and
I and take care of bonds and Inter- state,would have'recetved'ror'theyears entirely to this purpose shouldbe I
f vial taxing districts.An .
il 0 est Not many towns In the state 102 .-30-jor .will :receive In might be' fully developed able to solve the problem."
limiting the
can show so low a rate with all Now back to shipping! For just satarlt*
'. Ocala Star is of the opinion that the University of 1931 in case the ,&fcLin amend- county engineers to $5,000
one minute let us-be selfish for our a far
Florida'includes hitch-hiking in its curriculum. cadla obligations Arcadian.taken Starke care owns ot.-Ar-its ment is ratified no one knows at great state. What would It meanto Six-rifle Bills; Are Included !n' Four'bills amending present to

this time, but a conservative esti- Program laws so as to provide for
J three of refrigerationto
0 save days mart*
lighting plant and Is run on a pay-
mate places the figure at around
fruits and vegetables to be Twenty specific reductions for notices for delinquent tax nit
Coming down to brass tacks if it's alright to make ing basls.-Macclenny Press. $4,000,000, possibly more, surely our
grapejuice'why a shipped to the north .,and east- remedial legislation, involving reforms state title to all lands not reden
t should kick be made not very much lea In the operation of ed within two
a against corn juice? Congressman Lex Green is always .yea, even to Europe by water, the many years after dell;
Ji o busily engaged In lookingout Floridians as a rule do not believe cheapest freight rates In the departments of the state, county quency.' elimination of the wr'ili'!
In the Inheritance tax prin- and municipal governments and of certificates when land f It
world, with less damage to our ml
Funny, but none of those predicting a five-hour day anda for the interest of his district. ciple, but as long as the federal fruits and vegetables caused by the proposing deep cuts in overhead to the state and compelling t]
He Is a tireless worker, always enthusiastic
five-day week are saying anything about the amount of pay. and aggressive and la government levies an Inheritance great vibrations of the railroads, expense, have been submitted to state' to offer lands at public u!

al r o In tax and rebates 80 per cent of that consequently getting our productsto Perry O. Wall chairman of the tlon after the expiration ot I tb
never so happy as when working
tax to those states which also
levy Florida finance and taxation redemption period.
Trucks loaded down with golden again to be behalf of his friends and his constituents the market In the best possible com-
oranges are such a tax, It.she height of folly condition and demanding a higher m'sslou: by Joe H. Gill, of Miami, Three bills prohibit: nepolh
; seen on the streets for. the first time since quarantine lines generally.. P a 1 a t k a for Florida to cut off: its nose to price for them chairman of the sub-committee on under which all office holdent

were drawn. TimesHerald.Lex spite its face, hence it is the part governmental economy. prohibited from eploylng retail*
I ----o According to lighthouse reports
of wisdom for Florida to reverse The committee's legislative pro- within the fourth degree, Math
o Green is always on the Job. from different points in the world,
Its position on the inheritance tax gram includes measures for the of other office holders and the*
I ; Ripley of "Believe it or Not" fame, has entered the This week Tate Powell, Jr., one of In order ,to stop the steady flow approximately an average of 16 Charge of officials found guilty

;' M, talkies. That feature has been part of the' silver screen for the congratulatory editors of the letter Press,from receiveda MY. of millions of dollars In tax money of ships the pass Florida Dry; Tortugas reefs! each, the day end, tlcian, and the pall-bearers were such violations.

This In-
now going to Washington.! A constitutional! amendment fc
many, many years. Green and a booklet on "Infant heritance tax will to traveling along our coast. NowIf O. H. Bennett, A. O. Andreu,
money serve
the consolidation of the offlct o
", 0 Care" from the Children's Bureauof down the yon will look at the map of the Henry Silcox, Harry Lewis, Roy
bring unnecessarily high
county tax collector and coot1.
I the S. of Labor. will readily that Edwards and W. E. Thornton.
U. Department world< see
The world is tax rate on other kinds of you
interested in new radio development propertyand tax assessor,
every Leo Cooper was the of
son Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Powell are the proud all of Europe Is north of
,i : hoping, perhaps, something will be produced to cut off theneighbor's parents of a fine boy which arrived take Floridians advantage will of the not opportunitywhen be slow to Then all ships coming to the ,Oult and Mrs. C. N. Cooper; and before .

machine at bedtime. I three week ago. If you they mark their tickets in of Mexico from Eurpoe, yes, even her marriage Mrs., Cooper was West"Palm Beach West Pal
Miss Mellie Mlnton, daughter of Beach Radio Co,, Inc., capital!
lr I. think Lex Is overlooking anything the election. to South America, could come thru
November '
o Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Mlnton.. at $1,000 granted charter of It
or anybody you had better think the Florida ship canal.
'. Governor Carlton is urging people of the state to join again. Such attentions put him however Adoption is merely the amendment first But On account of the great gulf The Woodmen of the World corporation.

( ; officials and students in the dedication of the new football where he is and will keep him. Its provisions cannot into effect step. stream which continually flows deeply deplore the untimely deathof Palmetto Palmetto Brokti

:, stadium at Gainesville November 8th. there.-Macclenny Press until{ the legislature go enacts a law north and east. and the Islands of Mr, and Mrs. Leo Cooper and age & Clearing House Co. oDin
hereby extend: their deepest Whittle building.
which form sym-
'" --S them Into the Caribbean, an
0 I Starke was a "closed' town putting operation. obstruction to direct sailing all pathy to the bereaved families. Bradenton B. Jenkins mow

1\\ As the Madison Enterprise-Recorder points out, when one Friday afternoon, the businessmen action the of course, is expected: when ships that sail from Europe to Several hundred people attended general dry goods and ready*
legislature next April,
meets :
ltl class of property is exempted from taxation it simply makes attending the first football some six months after the general ports In the Quit of Mexico and the funeral and the floral offerings wear store to this city from Mlna'

game of the season. This is the South America have to sail In approximately were numerous and very
+,1jI, the burden heavier on what is not exempted. proper spirit to show remarks the election In November, when members a half circle around beautiful. tea.Fort Pierce Construction v
of both house and senate will
d 0 Bradford County Telegraph. Teh, also be elected. ,But why'wait until Cuba and the West -India Islands, A. H. BENNETT. sured of proposed $100,000 terminal ]
More than half the manufacturers of "hope chests" in and the same bunch of Starkeitea April or later, in the 1931 lesalan thence back Into the Oulf of Mex- J. W, MORGAN, I plant of Fort Pierce

the country last year ceased operations. They go out after thoroughly enjoyed seeing their to,, .make. the; Inheritance ico. It is but a short distance .. -- W. O. W. Committee. I Assoclatl6n.Yesterdays .
boy win from Jasper by a close from Florida to Yucatan not much .
'em these days instead of staying home just hoping.Cuba margin. And by the way Jasper i'been amendment stated Florida operative la?'1928'As paid has more than 500 miles, and If the

0 closed tight as a jug two Fridays the federal government $6,000.- Florida ship canal was open IV SAVINGS

} goes Reno one better, providing over-night service before when the local team play- 000 in Inheritance taxes, probablya would eliminate ,the long hasard-
ed with Alachua. Seems as though ous around the West India
during 1929 and
divorces. Florida larger sum .
on attorney general goes Cuba one better these two town. are given to backing will much Islands and back into the Oulf of
by stating this brand of divorces would not be recogniied in their folks In things surely pay. equally as
;: op young during the calendar year 1931, but Mexico, which would save many

';.. Florida. worth while.-Jasper News. If Florida waits until April or days of time to any point In the
.---UPractically Gulf of Mexico or South America, '
0 May to start collecting Its 80 per r e
'i every; newspaper In eliminating the hazardous trip and
cent rebate of the federal Inheri-
Members of the South Florida Press Association will Florida has given space to an edi- tance tax some two million odd shunning the great gulf stream.

:, again be entertained this year by Mr. Ilowey at Howey-ln-the- torial taken from the A. C. L. dollars will slip away to Washington There Is lots more that I would

Hills and this one feature of the sessions November 7th and Timely Topics, asking "Who drivesthe never to return. like to say concerning the Florida
i' school busT" The editorial ship canal, but being a poor writer
Why not call an extra session of
8th will assure! a good attendance. calls attention to the need for care the legl.latnresay the first week I cannot write that which I would

o In the selection of drivers for the In December, for the express pur- like to say. But being a mariner.

The expression "Safe at home" will have to be modified vehicles that carry precious car- pose of enacting a state Inheritance I see the possibilities of this Florida -
goescargoes'of boys and girls canal than the average -
ship more
tax law? Such session
since insurance statistics a
an company showing 24,000.. riding to school and home again, would cost not 'to'exc.ed $40,000or landsman as a financial

k people lost their lives in home accidents last year, or almost: entrusted to of the driver. $50,000 white, the returns from benefit to the state and all its peo-

,*' ,as many were killed in automobile accidents. I Such a driver It Is unnecessary an Inheritance. tax law' for the ple.' In fact we can enumerate
{ : say should be reliable in every January. : bat a small part of the benefits of
o I months of. February. .
sense of the word. It 1*, always \this canal to the future. .AREToday'sWEALTH
March April May and would.
: June
After counting seven cars with one or more defective worth while to make sure that the J i The cost of digging this canal Is
It Is
estimated amount' to' approximately -
:'Ih, lights passing a street corner within a space of ten minutes, school bus driver Is a skillful careful $2,000,000., If Florida very; easily ascertained from any '

it should be considered remarkable there are not more accidents driver sober trustworthy, is aolng-lntG the. collection of engineer. In comparison to the
kind-Melbourne Times. great Panama canal the Sues canal -
from that cause on the narrow highways at night. -e an Inheritance sooner the or the great Manchester ship:

0 Avery Powell of the Times-Un better. canal the benefits that Florida Take the cas'e of the Johnson's for instance. They

,1 ion slipped Into town some two would receive would be far greater resisted the lure the stock
; One million dollars is being spent by a Milwaukee brew- A Crom-Stote Ship Canal of "easy money" on

: :. installing machinery for making legalized beer. The oWner weeks ago, according to a little in proportion. market or in oil investments: they put their moneyin
ery slip! slipped us by the,janitor who (By J. W. Keggln in Tampa Dally ..U

:.Il is the supreme optimist of the country or else he has secured found the slip where it had been Times.) Mil. AND MRS. LEO COOPERMr. a bank at compound interest.

\ advanced dope that government is going to again allow slipped under the door over Sunday What would a cross-state ship
slipping it In his pocket whereIt canal mean to Florida? It Is only and Mrs. Leo Cooper who Dollar by dollar their savings grew until at last

':, beer making. slipped his memory until yester 90 miles across the state from died Saturday the 18th Inst.. were ,they had their "nest egg' and were launched !in

j t 0 day. To stop this slippery tale point near St. Augustine on the burled Monday the 21st at King. business. in
Today they valuable property
4' Special sessions of the legislature are not usually wanted we'll use a slip knot In place of a Atlantic to a point ,near Cedar ley Lake, cemetery, the Rev. Ceo. own and
period and remind Avery; of his Key. on the gulf! *,with 34 miles of II. Raymond officiating. the heart of "downtown",. 'They saved . .
;l or needed but as the Ocala Daily Star points out Florida can
days In the country shop when the rivers and lakes on the route,with scripture lesson was read by they succeeded.'

i j: save two million dollars by holding a session first of the year back door of printing offices would almost sufficient water la these the Rev. McGauley. and prayer -

'4' .tax that will go to the federal govr.rnmentJf the session number of raps, properly spaced. ging.! There""ts ,no' solid rock on after which the funeral sermon 4 Per Cent Compound Interest paid on all saving*.

-Starke Telegraph. To this mixture the route of.,ta. canal, ',only sand was preached by the Rev. Oeo. H. Get book.
is not held until April add one-halt bar soap three and 'aome strata rock which is Raymond. Rev. L. W. Klckllter your -

;lu spoons olive oil; two sections of easily displaced also added an exhortation to the

Business men will soon be presented with all sorts of elm bark and a goodly portion of It would begone of the miracles living and sympathy, for the be-

okra juice-and we will do some of the worId2a.straight canal reaved families.:
advertising schemes from hotel blotters to booklets. OF
I running more slipping.-Chipley News. from gulf to ocean in the same latItude All Friends Camp of the Woodmen II

While this sort of advertising might bring in additional business !- 0Aecordln" ,- with the IlIellllo of the land of the World of Starke took

;11 its cost is entirely out of proportion to the results, and to State ro..t.r Harry the same at both points consequently charge of the burial ceremony, AN HONOR ROLL BANK
; Le Baker, a new forest districtto having the tides- at the Mr. Cooper being a member of this
; too many of the promoters never, beyond the stage of E. S. Matthews Cashier
go be known as District No. C, has same boar, one of the few placesla camp. The arrangements were la ,. Pres. R. 7., Davis,

:y; pocketing the initial payment. been created .and will have ItaltlMi the world so far apart that can charge of DeWitt C.' Jones, mor-

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