Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: October 31, 1930
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04783
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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FIRST STRAWItKRRIKS State Road 28Association CIVIC')'RIDE Hagan r I,' :

,OF SEASON --- chronic knocker, whether I ,

It is well that we have he directs his shaft at

}|ANCIENT CITY! F. C. Geiger of Theresaa, To some who persistently call His Badge After our government, schools, Individuals ONNAVYDAY

is the first strawberry grow attention to our civic shortcomings or whatnot, solelyto

of the to send in lest we become too hear himself talk, and -
er county
(By Gary Overstreet.) ripe strawberries for: this Ho I Id Meeting complacent; and it Is well Nearly Forty t without any plan or effort to Congressman.. R, A, Green delivered

Lgdford High Invades the ant season, sending two to the that we have class of buey Improve the system be Is berating -. an address over WRUF

colorful city of St. Au- Telegraph office Monday Ills boosters last we lose sight is aptly described in the> state university station la

-t and:tomorrow to engage the plants are well advanced, At Early DateEvery : of the many good points Years ServiceFuneral the following line handed Gainesville Monday, that being ,

i ullets"tine of Keterlinus High In a showing considerable bloom which! make our city a pleasant the Telegraph with a request Navy Day, and spoke of the accomplishments '

game The "Mullets"; and young fruit and he will place In which to live and to publish: of this nation dur-

tball aggregation but the be able to pick small I do business'. After God had finished ing war of the past. This address l
strong Community Along Route have Services for Former Bradford Is the fourth CongressmanGreen
We be the
nsdoes are in a fighting moodr amounts of the fruit if the reason to making the rattlesnake,
tbelr defeat at the hands of present weather conditions Registers Interest proud,'if not boastful, of our Clllxcn were livid toad and the vampire He ha made recently over the)

Springs laat week. continue.The city Our'street\ paving and Sunday had some very undesirable radio using both the state staiton

II Lovell has made num- Encouraging Words from lighting system would be a. substance left with which he at the University and WJAX In
each rains of Wednesdaywere
working George IIUIs credit to a mue&.arger, town mad a knocker. Jacksonville.
iii shifts In his lineup badly needed on the Palatka. Oct. 25.--Sheriff P. M.
MilBrownlee. than our own.. Our countyis A knocker Is two-legged He reviewed the naval history
balanced -team. The
I better strawberry fields and many following Is an extract from Hagan, 69, veteran peace omcer of
guard has full of industrious farmers animal with a cork acre"aoul. of the> United State from the earl.
stellar of the seized the a letter received today from Ceo I this county last night handed In
half where growers doing their bit to keep prosperity I a water-sogged brain, iest days, recalling the glorious
n changed to right opportunity to finish their B. Hills, member of the State Road his badge which he had worn for
in In our midst. Our civta combination backbone achievements of the War of the
well practice. a
showing up planting and to reset plants Department in charge of the east almost 40 years as patrolman, police -
but hard tacklingback end of \ clubs such as the Parent- made of Jelly and glue. Revolution, the War of 1812, the
(ihenjr. light killed by the hot, dry weather Highway No. 18. by the chief, sheriff and United
take the News Teachers' Association, the Where other men have Spanish-American war and the
will probably : marshal, when he
States deputy
( of the past few weeks. No
el of Miner at right tackle, estimate of the acreage in "While I, of course, am only" one Woman's Club and the Business succumbed about 6:25: o'clock their hearts ha has a tumorof World War, in all of which the

,er filling the position at right this county has been made of the five members of the board Men' Club art active in from the effects of a cerebral decayed principle. glory of the American flag was up.
rd left vacant by Brownlee.ox so far but it will not come I am of the personal opinion that promoting any project which hemorrhage which seized him at When the knocker come held.Mention

; who has been at fallback, up to last season's acreage, the completion of 'the hard"surface will prove to be a benefit to hla farm at East Palatka, early down the street honest men was made of the Importance

i been, shifted to left end and from Lake City to Palatka Starke and Bradford county Wednesday morning: turn their backs. of Florida In any scheme
one of the largest ever plant
redge Robinson Is likely to fill ed In the county. and the beginning of work from New comers from other Staging a slight rally ,Wednesday The angels weep In Heaven of naval operations, offensive or

place with this revamped team Palatka to Bunnell ate both among towns or states find our pea night some hope was held out and the devil shuts the defensive, pointing to the stragetlo

ich Lovell hopes to rout St. Au- the most important projects before ple hospitableand friendly. for his ultimate recovery but his gates of hell to keep him naval stations of Pensacola and t..

tIne, and also, Lake City who us. I hope you will acceptat These are things to remember condition from the outset wae-re- out: Key Went and to the fact that, the s,

lows a week from today In Lake DECISION TO FORSYTII face value' my' statement that with pride.However.1 larded as exteremely critical and Florida coast lends Itself to the

1. they will be put into'effect at the We are'not perfect It was frankly admitted by attending purpose of the navy lie paid
lineup: earliest Much may be done to COUNTY JUDCIK'H COURT special tribute to lion. Herbert J, ;'
Probable A large crowd of local boxing very possible date, and I physicians' Drs. O. M.
LB Improve our city. A new' flag Drane, the dean of the Florida.d'hogatlon .
do not believe that date will be Johnson that
"ox fans witnessed Vasco Forsyth, of Zeafler and H. A. '
Moore LT very long hence." and flag' pole at the school but few Regular monthly term of county In the house of representatives -
death probably a
LO Starke, win an eight round descls- house will do )i,uch to stimulate was Judge's court was held Tuesday, Washington, calling 7
Craham bourn, Despite this fact,
O. (C) C lon over Lonnie Hardln of Pa- patriotism Jd the, hearts away. the first since August, and the following attention to his distinguished service -
omen Palatka, Oct. 25.-A flnaI'drlveto however, the sheriff staged a game
RO of our ;young tietiple.. 'Many cases were dlspsoed of: as a member of the naval affair
Miner latka. This was a close and undecided get Highway No. 28 out of the fight for life, rallying several
RT of our vacant lots would look Haywood Rlgsby, passing worth. committee of the hOIl...
ratbeny. fight, neither one showing budget and under the wheels was times ;yesterday afternoon after
less checks verdict guilty flO
UEKoblnson better ,devoid of weeds A : Congressman Green said his fellowsmember
[Members advantage over the other, but the launched yesterday by a committee life was almost extinct only to lose 80 '
few bonfires1 and some paint and costs or days. I la an authority on naval
L. P. QB referee 'gave the bout to Forsython from the Palatka. CommercialClub ground later. Gradually sinking, Prescott state i
RH brushes judiciously used trespass on affair and la generally recognized ..j
rownlee points. A six round semi-final when a meeting of the Pa- the end came shortly after 6 p. m.
[bares LII would work &wonders. A tax lands; plead guilty, $10 and a* an able and outstanding states ; r,
members of the
of All family were
between SmilingStrickland, latka-Lake City Short Route association -
clean up campaign is coming. costs or 80 day. and worthy representative ;
FB man a f
Robinson, E. end and
Starke and Jim Hardin of Pa- was called for Keystone present when the came
S Be prepared. ''Then we can Ezekiel Dryden disturbing pub- in national naval affairs. r
latfca. Strickland was awarded the Heights at a tentative date earlyin the residence at the county jail "x
Justly "point with to worship; acquitted.
nOR decision ( November. The meeting was has been beselged for the past Concluding nag address, the congressman -
the Roy Starling and Frank Thomas,
CIRCLE TO MEETthere Improved
The first preliminary between called after the committee had our home town.appearance three days by anxious friends of disturbing public worship prosecution declared that the United ,j!

Battlinr' :McMillan, Starke, and made a 1-day trip from Palatka to the officer seeking the latest bulle withdrawn upon paymentof States I la not Imperialistic but that
will be a Junior Wood-
Frank Harris of Jacksonvlle. The Lake City, calling on members of tin. costs this country cannot afford to do .t:
n Circle meeting In the"Wood- County offices were closed at without adequate defense In the "4'
awarded to Harris the legislature and other representative -
decision was Willie Crawford and
4th at 4 Theodore
hall Tuesday. Nov ,
a lock. ,All members of the Jun- and In the second preliminaryMao citizens en route. noon today as a mark of respect Dog, theft of chickens; verdict ,form of the army and navy t,
Members of the committee who TRIO HELD FORCIRCUJICOURT to the deceased officer, whose remains '
Davis Sampson City, was 10 and 80
Circle are urged to attend as guilty, f costs or day, ;/
technical. made the survey were John W. I were viewed by friends at
re will be a special business awarded a knockout over A Y. Thomas, trespass after SENATOR FLKTCIIKR.A A VISIJI
Tommy Forsyth Starke. A two Campbell and Harvey II. Tanner. i the Davis Funeral home during warning verdict guilty $10 and TOR
Ion also plans for a Thanking ; '"', f(
round exhibttiton between "Buck Col. S. J. Hilburn, the third member the afternoon. Later the remains coats 60 '
or days
to be discussed.
party are shot" Williams, Starke, and of the committee was detained : were taken to his residence, where Mallla J'r ,yatt and Ossl Pre- Senator D--;: ; U. Fletcher

UE1UT1FICATION WEEKThe "PInky" Davis,' of Sampson, Williams here by the present eaafoa of : they will rest' until the. funeral vatt, assault and battery; contin spent several hour In Starke Saturday '!t f,
was awarded the decision. court II.Hardreader, editor of services at 2 p. m. tomorrow at the ued. U/
enroute to Gainesville and
The Luther Cooper Is being held In First Baptist church, with Dr. 'W.
| week of November 17th ha The referee announced that the accompanied the committee the county Jail and Colonel Crosby Dave Lee, theft of hog; plead other points south where he had 't
C. Norman officiating.
'0 set aside as a clean-up and fights would start promptly at 8 ; and Shep Tomlinson, Sampson City guilty, six months at hard labor, speaking engagement The sena-

int-up week by Mayor H. C, o'clock hereafter, and, that the Sentiment was found to be 100 II residents, are under bond for appearance Members of Palatka Lodge No. Roy Norman, drunk and disorderly tor 1 la spending the next few week r
34 F. & M. will meet at the
all, this movement being in co- next fight will be held on Armistice per cent for the completion of the before circuit court next A. ; verdict guilty $10 and In the state before the session $r

eratlon with plans of the Worn- Day, Nov. 11. The main bout road at the earliest possible date, II week on a charge of assault with Masonic Temple at 1 p. m. tomorrow costs or 80 days. open and during this time 'will ;;
and attend the services In a
'I Club for a beautification pro- will be between Slugger Reynolds and the meeting of the highway; intent to murder,the result of a the Floyd Hornsby, open profanity; attend the Armistice Day celebration ",s

am. Plans for this week will be of Graham and Vernon Rowe of association was called so that the drunken spree Saturday night at body, later Interring remains plead guilty $10 and costs or 60 in Marianna and fill other *
besides his daughter In the Penlel
jounced In a later issue Lawtey. various interested communities Sampson City. Lawrence R. Pll- cemetery with full Masonic hon. day*. speaking date In West Florida: H':!

might solid front in __
present a urging L
-- m
lard of New Smyrna swore out '
the claims of ors. I

Uv. General Davis Explains MeaningAnd operation.road and department in W.tendering A.any Shands helpful the state, co of through warrants spending the for swamps the the night trio and Sunday wandering woods after of Born Hagan and in early had Bradford spent manhood his county.entire In law Sheriff lifetime enforcement - Bradford County Pays More Than :'

Purpose Of Four Amendments' Gainesville Jacksonville the state and,road the George two department members B. Hills, of of In to that forced Starke section to and flee Plllartf stated for his found he life had his when been way police his force majority work.before he A he member was had later attained of the police - Its Share Of Taxes To State t

I, threatened with: a shotgun In the
chief and was now serving his
whose district highway No. 28 Is ,

| The 1929 legislature submitted cast in an election in which a majority located, will be Invited to attend hands of Cooper. third term as sheriff. Noted as a Only Two'CounUca In State Place Bradford because ?
Plllard J.tat.lIond."th.t> 'he county of the
t>ur constitutional amendments to the the brave and fearless ,officer, "Shr.ifr
of ,free-holders who are Keystone Heights meeting, the owne4"thepropertr'1'* Sampson Higher Assessment On. necessity of raising a .certain k..
voted at the November Pete" .a he was familiarly
date"of which
on be
will set to
qualified electors residing in such conform City occupied by -llamp Jones, Property amount of money to operate our 7
930 known throughout the state and
election. An effort will be to' their convenience.As .
counties, districts or municipalities stepfather of 'Luther Cooper and county ranked of the most school, and property bat to bet
ade to what each of these as one
explain the state road department .
he had One of the results of the investigation assessed at the
gone';Thursday to present rate to> r
rcendment cover In language shall participate, except, of, holds Its next meeting at Miami ori make arrangements for renting efficient officers in the state. Ills made by Frank brew, state raise the fund needed. If the

hlch will disregard all technical course, refunding bonds which are November IS, It Is expected that the place to the family for the personal bravery had been demonstrated equalizer of taxes, I la shown In his assessment was reduced In line a
rOIl and be In easily understood Issued exclusively for the the highway association representatives on many occasion while made
purposeof report recently >pubic this with other
next year. He remained there with his counties Bradford
ngllsh. While the amendments bonds Interest already will assemble to that long training In criminal. work
refunding or prior
listing Bradford
the Jones as one payIng could paying
family until Saturday. escape more than Its
had made .
re not numbered as one, two existing against such counties i time. A luncheon at Keystone night, when, the trio headed by I detective. him' a particularly good more than its proportionateshare hare to the state but at the came y

ree and four they will be dieiesed districts and municipalities. I Inn will be a feature of the gathering Cooper with a shotgun In his cleared Many crime were of taxes Into the stale treas time our schools would receive the

In the order In which they While the adoption of this hand entered the room and told I of through the Investigations possessed ury. There are only two other' same cut and would beunable, to> .

ke being advertised by' the Sectary amendment will be like locking "Starke Is Just as,much Inter him to Jump. Plllard stated be I Sheriff Hagan who counties In the state assessed on *t operate more than half time. TMs

(. of State and In which or- the stable after the horse Is stolen,! ested in the completion of highway Jumped behind llamp, Jonas and all the qualities of a born officer. higher basis, Wakulla with an assessment Is caused by state law which limits
r they will probably appear one at the time the stolen horse 28 the Bradford Though a member of a large
same now as 90
him on B percent basis and the of
using as a screen backed to but amount millage to be assessed
[ ballot. In this connection the In Florida may some day be returned county stretch was built" Senator the door and escaped into the family two brothers, and two Putnam on a balls of 80 percent for school; other fund not

[raendments have been designated and It will probably be E. M. Johns told the commit nearby woods, where he evaded slstera survive B. H. Hagan Valdosta -, Mr. Drew' report show property being limited In this manner and!

i this explanation. first amend- wise for the people to provide a tee. "We cannot possibly get the punDit Oa., and TH.. Hagan. |; in Bradford county I la assessed allowed to assess the millage need-' '

Not, second amendment etc., as further safeguard against the issuance full value of the Bradford Hampton, and Miss Ida Hagan,
county This happened at 10:30: Saturday and'Mrs. 82% percent 'of Its actual value, ed to bring In the amount of money -
erring to the order In which the of any more bonds In this Investment in this road until It Is night and Theressa. O. 8. Owsley, while the remaining counties of tIn
according to Pll necessary.
fmendments are being advertisedthe state, unless they are authorizedby built through to the coast. Ware lard It was' daylights: before) be Miami and besides his widow, a the state assess their property on '
Pete this connection the
newspapers by the SecreT grandson Hagan, Jr, also following-
a majority of the freeholders. with you. down the scale to as low a* 20
of finally made hi* way ta a road and survives per article from the Palatka Dally
Another Important feature of Other expressions were: > cent
to j_tark.,> 8hertff.tEpperson-: '
first Amendment The first this that whenan Hon. of Lake showing the working of the
amendment Is even Bernard English, his deputies brought the three'to While the'e1lact figures are not
present method of tax assessment'in
mendraent is to Section 1 or Ar- election held HIGHWAY ASSOCIATION
is to authorise a city senator-elect from Columbia Jail Sunday. available It is estimated that

'Iele I IX of the Constitution. For bond Issue, at least a majority of county: "You can count on my .' .... MEETS NOVEMBER 1OTII Bradford county I la paying more will( different be of interestt counties of, the state, ;

number of years the state con- the freeholders must participate In complete co-operation. I am than twice the amount of moneyto

tltutlon has prohibited the 1s- the election or It will be ineffective heartily In sympathy with your MAIL EARLY,, According to Information received the state that It should:and has Inequality la.assessment thru.
uance of state bonds: but thereas and will be to attend out the state causes Putnam coun-
purpose glad a re-organization meeting been doing this for year after
> been nothing"In'''the constltu- In number of bond elections the Keystone Heights meeting" Postmaster General Brown has of the old Lake Clty-Palatka highway year It I Ie paying money Into the ty to pay $81,333.72 In state taxes

,01 which has in any wise Inter- held In past years in this state, Secretary T. W, Karstedt of the Issued instructions that no Incoming association will be held at state treasury that should come that should be paid by other counties
fed with the Issuance of bonds mall be distributed on Christmas according to a survey of the> ,
pursuant to statute, only a mere Columbia County-Lake City Chamber Keystone Heights on Monday November from those counties who are assessing
1 counties, districts and munlcl- handful of voters participated, of Commerce: "Lake City and day thus giving the employees 10th. A luncheon will beheld their property on a lowerbasis state tax situation recently completed -

alttles If authorized by the legls- notwithstanding which fact, if a Columbia county want another as much of a holiday as at the hotel at 12s20 I and than Bradford county. It by Frank Drew state equal.. x r
'tier of >
re. possible taxes.This
While It has been the majority of those who did partici- trunk line through to the sea and this will be followed by a' business has been the general Impression

"torn for legislative acts to pro- pate voted in favor of the Issue It the solid central section and I will All special delivery matters will meeting. Member of the old organization that all counties of the state were condition does not necessarily i
Ide for be promptly delivered and all arise because Putnam .
out- '
' a vote of the people to was thereby legalised. help you In any way I can to get are expected to attend assessing their property at approximately county
tnorlze going mall will receive the usual 1* assessed too la
highly. It
bond : ,
issues In in- "
. many Second Amendment This No. 28 completed. to formulate >plans for an early (0 per cent of Its value '
"Mces local service but because at least
representatives In the amendment adds an additional Clayton C. Cordlngton., publish completion of this important road. but the report show while sevencounties
"Walature This not only affects our local are known to be assessed
have procured the pass- section to Article IX of the con er of the Lake City Reporter: Bradford baa been assessing at

" of laws authorizing the Iauaoee stitution relating to taxation, by You can put Columbia county and I postolBce, but means that outgoing QUICK MAIL SERVICE 246 percent, the great majorityof too low fend other counties are believed -
of mall should leaver Starke to be. v
bond without requiring<< providing that for a period of fif- Lake City down for a good delegation early the counties have been assessing

Itch popular vote, and as a con- teen years from the beginning of when the association meets. enough for delivery before Christmas A letter mailed at p.; m. Tuesday under 50 percent. the lowest assessment During '1929 according to the

"qoenee many bond issues have day, or your message or In Miami to "... L. Brownie figure of tha state ,equalizer, obtained '4
operation of Industrial plants established I'll be there fighting for the completion being In Hardee and
tied"ee floated by counties districts In Florida on or after of road No. 2' and so( will package must bean special delivery Bradford county Fla.," was delivered Hendry counties at 20 per cent.. from assessors,

monlclpalitles solely through July 1.1939, which are engaged the Reporter." stamp for Christmas day de : to Mr. Brownie in Stark On $1,000 taxable property'to throughout the state Putnam,

r ti'lttlve act and the resolution primarly In the manufacture of J- C. Robinson, managing editor livery. at lit30 Wednesday morning, the Illustrate the Inequality of the county waa assessed on an 80 per r
teal Mail early! cent basis the second ?
highest In
4 I' omclals pursuant there- steel vessels, automobile tires, of the Bradford County Telegraph lack of postoffic address not preventing present assessment method, Bradford .

. without giving the people any fabrics and textiles, wood pulp, at Starke: "The Telegraph, J. C. Young Its being delivered properly county pay to the state the state. Wakulla. county rank ,,1

aael whatsoever to Tote on the paper bags, fiber board automobiles voicing the sentiments of the residents within IT 1-2 hours after being $3.18, according to this report. St. first*with an assessment of '0 percent

fie.? All this will be abolished automobile parts, aircraft, of Starke and Bradford HALLOWE'EN PARTY mailed. Uncle Sam" service John county pay oa the same After Putnam county tbe

tail Gel proposed amendment aircraft parts, glass and crockery, county has continually championed I la notorious for getting mall thru amount $2.30; Putnam county for percentage drops to 83 % per cent

''hat constitution which provides refining of sugar and oils Including the completion of road No. 28. The: Parent-Teae-wrs"" Association to proper destination In spit of $11,40. ; Hendry county $3.5; Bradford county and scales m
Do Dew bonds Invites you ,to a, Hallowe'en carelessness of In Wakulla '' down to 20 per cent for Hardee
d' shall be Issued by-products or derlYa&le..1ahalt' We want It finished through to people addressIng county $12.83. Some

the counties district or mnnl- be exempt from all taxation Bunnell giving a* another outlet party, Friday evening. Oct. lilt, mall. taxable property In Dad county sad Hendry."counties, ,the, lowest.. is
of the state of Florida 7:It o'clock at Armory Admission I I. assessed around f In the state
also fall
during said fifteen-year period, to the sea and advantage percent of its
Illtn tile lalDe shall! hT been apo : ; 10 and 20 cents. Come masked ,Federal highway paved from value. I For this), reason Putnam, :county,
I > I
trov'd by a majority of the Totes (Concluded on page O I (Concluded on page C,) If you like.- Pompano to Fort Landerdal r Thlo situation I I. existing 'In I (Concluded on"p.C. 4,)

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season on September 22 a total of cording to C. C. Street Florida commerce and contracted for the cause of the recent drought the wlllt life species
of cucumbers forest, brush and meadow fires of everpoua as
of fall
growing a crop
134,676 bulbs have been shipped manager of the Huston company. by offering
The Orlando will have a at a price of 65 cents for a this fall are liable to be the most assistance to
of Florida in Short Paragraphs by the to such stores Wan plant commissioners *Ii
News as
!firm unless
dally capacity of four carloads of bushel hamper, with seed Insecticides disastrous on unus- and "warden
amaker, Olmbel. Strawbridge and frozen juice daiy which wilt, call and hampers furnished the ual precautions are taken throughout watching closely for fires ; b

Clothier and the J, O. MeCrory for 'about nO, oo.. boxes of fruit growers, who are also relieved the country, foresters declare.So Porting them immediate
Company. Situated on Lake Tal each season It Is understood that from sorting and packing the crop far this year 1.301 tires have helping to put out IIres onp

NEWS : mage, this firm has approximately plants will be. erected In Tampa which Is done by the buyer upon I destroyed 46,270 acres of national are discovered; and, eBt&blllki
LIVE 850 acre" under cultivation and the Jacksonville, and some point In delivery at Quincy All cucumbers forests east of the Rocky Mountains wild feeding and watering
three Inches long i compared to 456 fires birds and durnf
owner expects to have fully 100 west Florida. The frozen fruit from to seven as animals
I before (the season closes. Juices will be snipped to the mar- will be accepted. Considerable i burning 12.415 acres during the i late fall and winter month
t ket cutlets In solid block form and cucumbers are also planted In entire year of 1929. advise.Substitute. e

TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES Cocoa-At a meeting of the held in this form until ready for Madison, Suwannee and Columbia i The above figures given out by
juice committee of the Indian flyer reconversion to fluid state and it counties. At 65 cents per hamper I Dr. W. Bell of the U. S. Bureau of
I. ..... ..n_ _" w, ------ Citrus Sub-Exchange held In Is said that upon reconversion to with seed and insecticides furnished Biological Survey cover only nat- MotherIs

DeLand-Work on the new rec and It was stated that the city Cocoa it was decided by the committee liquid It retains.all the flavor and and relieved from sorting and ional forests. There were approximately
I now has approximately 900 electric from the official board of freshness of the originally expressed packing, the farmers can make a 200,000 fires reported thus Not
, !II reation hall at\Stetson Universityla light customers. the sub-exchange, composed ot Juice. good profit growing fall cucumbers far this year.Reports Want

ti j 1I! f being pushed forward and will Homer Needles. Fort Pierce chairmen -' .. from all over the coun- Substitute mother

j. shortly be ready for use by the Stuart Stuart is the smallest : ; A. R. O'Hara Cocoa: George ; Quincy-Lack of adequate mole try show that wild-life species you. No mother wouldn't
, ,'q students. community in the continental L. Fullerton Oak Hill; Alex Hall ture has not had any disastrous effects FOREST FIRES WILL BH have suffered considerably. Addto with old equals Your 01111.
your tried
that supports a strom, Wabasso to Incorporate upon the large fall cucumber WORSE) THIS FALL TIME this the Increased hardships and true
United States
, \ -
of the Indian River Exchange Canneries crop planted In that section. One wild life has had to face as a result constipated,torpid liver,thtnT
This is an unus-
, Following year
daUy newspaper.
r Palatka aub
with an authorized capital hundred and eighty-seven acres The biggest forest fires taking of the shortage of food and Carter's Little Liver
and speaks
1\\ in all departments ual distinction very
close economy
'I+ of the city, the mayor and city, hlghely for the loyalty of the peo' of $100.000 for the purpose o!' are looking well. The cucumbers heavy toll of timber fp'n buildings water caused by the drought and made of genuine vegetable caloM.
: r I commissioners, at their rtgular: pie of this city and the surrounding canning grapefruit Juice and the will be shipped to a northern firm and wild life, have occurredIn an accurate picture of conditions oldest liver remedy known. Take,
-t' meeting voted unanimously to trade territory. October 8th hearts of grapefruit and for the and will be used in making pickles -i October for many years accord- as they exist is shown, conservation tort, enjoy free flowing bile b

"' serve the coming year without pay marked the fifth anniversary of purpose of freezing orange Juice This company Is operating Ing to tabulation of the American officials declare.To ough system cleaning Red
the founding of the Stuart Dally For commercial sales. I through the county chamber of I Game Protective Association. Be Improve conditions for all only. Take Carter's.

d i River Junctlon-r-W. L. Shepard News. -
of the Stuart-East coast authorities
; was re-elected president I
, t town council and E. II. Boykin was Wauchula.-Sale of a 65 acre today were requested to search fora
,I I, re-elected president pro tem. J. orange and grapefruit grove was 20-year-old hobo who robbed M. : SAMPLE BALLOT ELECTION A. D. 1930
, ,; i'Yr'C.' Pope was re-elected as town announced here this week.. The McBride, of Ada. Okla.. forced ,
clerk. grove was sold to Lee Ticehumt dim out of his own car and drove
j and the price was reported as $50- northward. McBride, war veteran PRECINCT NO. BRAD FORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
I I !j' Winter Garden-The wheels of 000. The property Is located four recuperating In Florida after
d the citrus Industry began turning miles north of Wauchula on the spending five years In a govern- Make a (X) Mark Before the Name of the Candidate of Your ChoiceFor
In Winter Garden during the past Dixie Highway and is on both sidesof ment hospital, picked up the hobo
week with shipments from the the highway. It formerly belonged near Jupiter during a heavy rain. -
South Lake Apopka house South to August Daurelle and ia After riding 15 miles McBride I
ern Fruit Distributors and Roper considered one of the finest grove said the man he had befriended Representative In Congress, For Constable, Dtot. No. fl providing that no taxes upon inheritances els. automobile tires, fabrlci
Brothers. properties in this section. stuck a pistol In his ribs and forced 2nd Congressional District. Vote for one. or upon the income of textiles wood pulp, paper, u
,t" him to halt the machine, relieved Vote for one. residents or citizens of the State of bags, fiber boards, automoMi
I Daytona Beach-Druggists from Panama City Construction him of his wallet, forced W, B. BRYAN Florida shall be levied by the automobile parts, aircraft, alrcn
the principal cities of Florida at a work at the Southern Kraft Cor- him out onto the highway and R. A. GREEN State of Florida or under Us authority parts, 'glass and crockery DIll
meeting here today started prep- poration In Bay Harbor a subsidiary drove away. The machine bore and exempting from tax- facturers, and the refining of mj
I eratlons for entertainment of dele of the International PaperCo. Oklahoma license number 207- ation to the heads of families residing and oils, Including bjr-producti
gates to the annual convention of ., Is a fraction over being half 077. For Bond Trustee District No. 1 In the State of Florida derivatives incident to the nu
i the American Pharmaceutical Association completed. When work was start For Secretary of State Vote for one. household goods and personal) effects facture If any of the above jre
In Miami the week of ed on this project In April of this Dunnellon Three men were Vote for one. to the value of $500.00, but ucts, shall be exempted from i
next July. year It was stated that within 11 ,' In Marlon county jail at Ocala to- W. B. TORODEFor providing, however, that the Leg- taxation for a period ot Brit,
I months from time of starting, the day following the finding yesterday R. A. GRAY islature may provide for the as- years from the beginning ot t
: Lake Wales-This city Is to daily output would be 200 tone of the body of W. L. Baker sessment levy and collection of a eratlon, except that no exempt\):
have a clock, the gift of the of paper and that within 24 garage owner, In the Wlthlacoo- ....; tax upon Inheritances and for the which shall become effective I
Misses Sarah and Emma Kolb of months this would be doubled In chee river near here. The prisoners Bond Trustee, District No. a/ levying of estate taxes not to ex- virtue of this amendment shall t
Germantown, Philadelphia, and capacity. were James Wright. "Wink" For Justices) of the Supreme Court' Vote for one. eed In the aggregate the amounts tend beyond the year 1948( 1>
: ) Mountain Lake. The offer was Davis and a negro, known as "One- Vote for two. which may by any law ot the Unit- providing that the exemption ttt!
made to the council and accepted West Palm Beach-The bridge Eyed Dan." Baker was last seen J. H. RITCH ed States be allowed to be credited in authorized shall not appli
The site is to be specified by the across the West Palm Beach Canal shortly before dark Sunday officers GLENN TERRELL against or deducted from 'any similar real estate owned or used by ni

city planning board. between here and Lake Worthon said. Later his shoes, false tax upon Inheritances or taxes Industrial plants, except the n
the Dixie Highway, will be teeth and eye glasses were foundon on estates assessed or levied by estate occupied as the location i iquired
Wauchula Programs for the, closed to traffic as soon as the new the river bank. The body was For Bond Trustee, District No. 8 the United States on the same sub- to house such Induitr!
opening of Wauchula's new air, Federal Highway Bridge, on Olive found lodged near the river bank. Vote for one. ject, and providing that the powerof plants and the buildings and party +
port have been completed and are. avenue is opened. Opening of the Justice of the Peace Quinn ordered the Legislature to levy such Inheritance situated thereon, tops
being sent to pilots and other aviation new bridge is expected shortly but an inquest. The result of the E. S. MATTHEWSFor or estate taxes In the with such lands as may be req ju
officials all over the state no definite date has been set. The autopsy was said to have Indicated Railroad CommissionerVote State of Florida shall exist onlyso ed for warehouses, storage, In
It was announced today by Ceylon Dixie highway bridge was built as that Baker died from drowning, for two. long as and during the time a age and shipping facilities endIng I
R. Bostlck. president of the Wau, a temporary structure,. and Is badly but the Jury recessed without similar tax is enforced by the Unit used for such purposes.
chula Airports, Inc., owners of the I In need of repairs. Last year, making a report. MRS. R. L. EATON Bond Trustee, District No. 4 ed States against Florida Inheritances -
held.a I the bridge was widened. Vote for ene. or estates, and shall only YES
& Fort Myers-Circuit Judge Geo EUGENE S. MATTHEWSFor be exercised or enforced to the
Vero Beach-The golf course atIndlalantlcbytheSea Perry Perry and Taylor coun- W. Whltehurst today affirmed the OVID HAYNESFor extent of absorbing the amount of To amend Article IX of thtd
is being ty have been blessed with frequent Collier County Court conviction of -- any deduction or credit which may stltutlon of the State ot Fin
beautified by the planting of a showers for the past two weeks Sheriff J. A. Johnson and Chief: Iv.. be permitted by the laws of the by adding Section 12 thereto n
number of cabbage palms It was and forage is growing nicely all Deputy C. N. Peeples of Polk United States now existing or here- ing to taxation, and providing ft
learned from W. 0. Franklin, custodian over the county. Stock never look county for Illegally possessing two Bond Trustee, District No. 5 after enacted to be claimed by all industrial plants eiUUU
who declared the dead ed In better condition than it does deer. Jude Whltehurst had the State Senator, Fifteenth Senatorial Vote for one. reason thereof as a deduction or in the State of Florida, on or if.
; palms In the development are also now, and the stockmen are very appeal under advisement since arguments .District credit against such similar tax of July lat, 1929, engaged prima
': being removed and new ones Jubilant over the prospects. The were heard last week. Vote for one. L. W. SOWELL the United States applicable to in the manufacture of steel n

transplanted. truck gardens are coming 'along The officers were arrested last Florida Inheritances or estates, sole, automobile tires, fabrics
, fine and some excellent fall crops July by Deputy Game Wardens E. E. M. JOHNS and providing that the Legislature textiles, wood pulp, paper, pt
Sebrlng-Last minute arrange- will be harvested. Some Perry L. Smith and Fred Baucom who may provide for the.appropriation bags, fiber boards, automoMi
, residents have One fall gardens, all broke Into the rear of the Polk of all taxes collected under automobile parts, aircraft, alrm
I Bustnets", of which will be a big saving In county officials' coupe when the this Article to such State, parts, glass and crockery mi
) For Member of House of
: .. ) Sebring Lions organization which household expenses right of search was denied. The Repseseatativea Proposed Constitutional Amendment County Municipal or Educational facturers, and the relining of wi
,l y has sponsored this move In keep- deputy wardens found the deer ) *. purposes as It may deem advisable. and oils, including by-producti
Vote for
} one.
,!' ing with the event. Mayor W. B.r Tampa Announcement was cut up In washtubs. Sheriff John- derivatives incident to the mu
r Crawford issued a proclamation made through the Italian consular son and Deputy Peeples said they Vote Yes or No. YES facture.if any of the above pacts
designating that this city would office here that the Italian govern- bought the deer meat from Indians Ny D. WAINWRIGHT shall be exempted from

take its part In the week set out ment will have a comprehensiveexhibit The officers were fined To amend Section 6 of ArticleIX taxation for a period of tttt
.' by the International Association at the South Florida $200 and costs each.TampaContracts. of the Constitution ot the Stateof To amend Section 11 of ArticleIX years from the beginning ot <

I for Lions' clubs. Fair next February. An Italian exhibit For County Commissioner DIM. 1 Florida relating to bonds and of the Constitution of the Stateof eratlon, except that no exempli
was made here at the fair of were closed Vote for one: providing that the Legislature Florida relating to taxation and which shall become effectln
Fort Pierce Export shipmentof 1920 but none was shown at the last week between the Florida f'J. shall have power to provide for the providing that no taxes upon Inheritances virtue of this amendment shall i
lumber through the port of Fort 1930 fair. The exhibit Is to Include Citrus Exchange and the Tom Hus M. ROSIERFor Issuance of State bonds only for or upon the Income of tend beyond the year 1948. '
Pierce will be started by the LongLeaf works of art such as paint- ton Interests of this city for Florida the purpose of repelling Invasion residents or citizens of the State of providing that the exemption anla
Lumber Company of Indian- ings, sculptures and art textiles, Citrus Juice to be distributed or suppressing Insurrection and Florida shall be levied by the authorized shall not applf
town Just as soon as loading and as well as displays and exhibits of through the outlets of the Huston empowering the Counties, Districtsor State of Florida or under Its authority real estate owned or used by n
transportation facilities are completed Italian products and manufactures firm. The frozen juice will bd County Commissioner Df t.. 39 Municipalities of the State of and exempting from taxation industrial plants) except the n
I according to an official of manufactured In a chain of plants Vote for one. Florida to Issue bonds only after to the heads of families re- estate occupied as the location
the company who was In conference beginning with the immediate con the same shall. have been approved siding In the State of Florida quired to house such induitf
C. here with a committee of the DeFunlak Springs-The plans struction ot a plant at Orlando ac-, J. G. CREWSFor by a majority of the votescasUn an household goods and personal effects plants and the buildings and pt
local chamber of commerce. for the American Legion celebra- I election In which a majority of the to the value of $500.00. but erty situated thereon, toiet
tion on Armistice Day are rapidly I freeholders, who are qualified electors providing, however, that the Legislature with such lands as may be reed
Vero Beach-As a result of the taking shape, and the boys say More Profits residing in such Counties, Districts may provide for the as tor warehouses, storage tn
I generous donation of W. T. Iluml- they are going to make good on County Commissioner DIet. S or Municipalities shall par- sessment levy and collection of a age and shipping facilities and>
:j L .ton more than 1000 gladiolus their promise to make It the biggest In Substitutes Vote for one. ticipate in such elections to beheld tax upon inheritances and for the ing used for such purposes
i bulbs have been distributed thru- and beat ever. There have in a manner to be prescribedby levying of estate taxes not to ex-
out the county. Several requestsfor been lined up for the parade thus J. L. UNDERHILL law. except that these provisions .. ceed In the aggregate the amounts NO
That'swhy to sell _
\ bulbs have been received from far 42 floats Including those of shall not apply to refunding which may by any law of the Unit-
'; citizens In St. Lucie and Brovard the fire department, the state road you substitutes. Genuine reme- bonds Issued exclusively for the ed States be allowed to be credited To amend Article IX of the Co
; ., counties. The committee In charger department, the senior and Junior dies cost more to make but give purpose of refunding the bonds or against or deducted from any similar Btltntion of the State of flo"
r ,0 of the distribution announces that Red Cross In addition to the business you sure safe relief. Car- for County Commissioner DtoU 4 the Interest thereon of such Counties tax upon Inheritances or taxeson by adding thereto Section 1J V
, it will discontinue the free delivery houses which will be, repre- lex's Little Liver Pills made of Vote for one. Districts or Municipalities estates assessed or levied by vidlng for the exemption of rw'
: .}., of bulbs by Monday, October 20. sented. pure: vegetable foahmeldtried the United States on the same subject vehicles from ad valorem ter'
and true remedy p Q. W. HINSON YES > and providing that the powerof and making the same subject o
( Milton- Santa Rosa Is one ol Ocala-One of the largest agricultural pith liver,stirring up bile flushing the Legislature to levy such Inheritance to one form of taxation *w
' 'i: the fastest growing farming counties developments In FloridaIs liver clean of all waste. Ask or estate taxes In the shall be a license tax for the Watlon
; I : of Florida. In the last census taking place In the southeastern for Carter's. Red bottles. To amend Section ( of Article State of Florida shall exist only of such motor veb*
'< this county shows an Increase corner of Marlon county. Five For County Commissioner. Dt.acIS IX of the Constitution of the State so long as and during the tlma A which license tax shall be In 51
&1:. of 483 farms In the decade of large projects, three of them Vote for one. of Florida relating to bonds and similar tax Is enforced by the Unit- amount and levied for such J
1920-19SO. or 72.6 per cent. This truck farms aggregating 3800 providing that the Legislatureshall ed States against Florida Inheritances poses as the Legislature may '
Is a larger percentage of Increase acres, one of a livestock farm and R. T. O8TEEN have power to provide for the or estates, and shall only law provide, and which !license u
:' than la shown by any other county range Including 5,000 to 6,000 Issuance of State bonds only for be exercised or enforced to the shall be In lieu of all ad vet "
In the state with the exception acres of rolling land and clear wa- the purpose of repelling Invasionor extent of absorbing the amount of taxes assessable against motor
,j. of Broward Lake and Okeechobee. ter lakes, and the fifth a 1000- suppressing Insurrection and any deduction or credit which may hides as personal property.
i counties. acre planting of tung oil trees, are For Member of County Board of empowering the Counties Districtsor be permitted by the laws of the
-", under way In the one territory. Public Instruction IMat. No. 1 Municipalities of the State of United States now existing or here- YES .
Jacksonville A public fruit and Vote for one Florida to Issue bonds only after after enacted to be claimed by
,. produce market has been opened DeFunlak Springs-The local the same shall have been approved reason thereof as a deduction or To amend Article IX of tie CO'
I at Melson avenue and Broadway, gin turned out its one thousandth JAS. T. MOORE by a majority of thevotescastlnan credit against such similar tax ot stltntlon of the State of lfl ln
If at the city limits lines Just north bale of cotton Thursday, which election In which a majority of the the United States applicable to by adding thereto section' irvldlng
*,. of the Lake City road. Six acres Is more than double that ginned freeholders, who are qualified electors Florida Inheritances or .estates for the exemption of "j
I have been set aside where farmers the entire season last year The residing such Counties, Dis and providing that the Legislature vehicles from ad valorem
from North Florida and Georgia Increase came partly from Increased Do You KNOWthe For Member of County Board of tricts or Municipalities, shall par- may provide for the appro- and making the same .ubJect T
,I ': may bring their fruits and vegetables acreage, partly from larger PnbUo Instruction: DUC No. a ticipate in such elections to be priation of all taxes collected under to one form of taxation rk
for sale. The market will trade: area and partly from larger Insurance+ ent ? Vote for one. held In a manner to be prescribed this Article to such State. shall be a license tax fortbew;
, r operate both wholesale and retail increased yields J. C. Smith had /"ws by law, except that these provis County Municipal or Educational atlon of such motor veb
alit Ih ina.ra.ner.e
I' /, I selling to stores or In small lots to the largest number according to MV i> boaun:ass b* Is .*... Iliad of II. D. MAT ions shall not apply to refunding purl oaes as It may deem advisable. which license tax shall b* ii"
, .,, individuals records available 60 bales. L. fallow yoalik.I (o SMK. bonds Issued exclusively for the, amount and levied for lucb
Adams, another farmer from the Hit mitlnf and expe,;.....qualify purpose of refunding the bonds or NO as the Legislature ma,
Wauchula-That Wauchula Is had 43 turn to famuli. nock tn iiuanmpnMctios the poses oDe
same section Glendale UM .(.flaidl Interest thereon of such Coun law provide, and which w>
rapidly filling up with new families bales. ionum. For Member of County Board of ties, Districts or Municipalities To shall be In lieu of all ad val
': new businesses) and new Industries G..."km' m tttum n_ Public lustrucUou Diet. No. a amend Article IX of the Constitution against motor
w Is evidenced by the fact DeLand-More than 45,000 narcissus can 11I.HAROLD.... ..-...-- Vote for one* of the State of Florida taxes assessable Dro1MnyNO
r,:,, that twenty-one new electric meters bulbs of the highest! grade C. WALL NO by adding Section 12 thereto relating hlcles as personal
have been Installed by city were shipped In one week this season A. B. 8URRENCY to taxation and providing that
f forces within the past thirty days. from the bulb farm and pack- 'NSURANCE To amend Section 11 of all industrial plants established
Article In
These figures were gathered from log plant at Talmage Gardens. $ IX of the Constitution State of Florida on or after
... the Stateof
I'' the ,light" ftpartmeni+of the city Since the opening of ..-..hippfni1u STAR;, KB. FLORIDA. Florida relating to July tat 1.,9, engaged primarily
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cent Increase In Investment Is a: : ,
Chemical Warfare /
pretty good bargain. 'There are a

number of general rules for feed- Ford Two Mile Tunnel for !Y
[FARM NEWS SECTIONConducted Ing dairy cows. An old one la to I Proves Deadly To Digs to ,

feed Holstelns one pound of grain

for milk every produced.three pounds Jerseys(pints are sup-) of Peach-Tree Borer A Billion Gallons of Water a Day

By posed to require one pound of Gainesville, Fta.-The annual .
grain to every four pounds of milk, '
likflSS JORDAN Home Demonstration Agent with Guernseys in between. fight against the peach tree borer, a billion gallons of 1
PEARL Instead of digging -
Is now under way. than 1s
Cows are Just as Individual in peach now NEARLY a da-more IL ILy
their eating as humans. You haveto them out, growers dose the cities of Detroit, :
put them to a Cincinnati and Wash.
study each cow and feed according the
of poison gas applied during ington combined-will be the capacity
to her production. You
period between November 1 and of a huge tunnel now nearing !
DAIRYING' must also study the combinationsof '
food. Silage, legume hays and December 1. completion at the Rouge Plant of
used this
In war-
The chemical Dearborn 1 1tth
the Ford Motor Company
grains when fed to the dairy cow
fare Is js
Dr. L I :;.je t. P. L in the right proportions will pro- a white paradtchloroboniene.crystalline substance, and Michigan.The tunnel will. replace the present
... ... duce milk at a profit. For every odor. Whenit .
usually has a peculiar which '
Dr. Lee- s. ....dnai d 0Dtuta dollar spent In feed you should the air it slowly water Intake system supplies
is exposed to with BOO-
the Ford plants
ar7CoUep.l892. titetyt *CJ receive from two to three dollarsIn ,
..... gives off a poisonous gas. The At the same
vets...,. irork. Eminent authority on milk. Study :your records weed 000,000 gallons a day. ,
of dairy cows other livestock and poultry. Nationallylectoirr. out the fumes are heavier' than air so time the company: Is remodellnj Its t,
poor ones and buy new
raWIII known writer and eiothor they penetrate the burrows of the power house to greatly Increase the f
cows to replace them. Weigh your borers and do the work much more power output Both Improvements w 1,

Article XI duce the most milk the most butterfat food and your milk. It is much efficiently than It could be done costing several million dollars, are 1 dY"C "

the greatest gross income safer than measuring. Do this by a knife being made to enlarge*the production .;..

RY r roWS REDUCE and most important of all the at least once a month. Or bet- J. R. Watson, entomologist of facilities of the Ford plant. l' ,
WHEN ON A DIET, greatest average income over cost ter yet, If :you do not already havea the Florida Experiment Station ,
Sixty Feet Under GroundIn \
feed.A testing association In :your com- for
of gives the following suggestions
constructing the waterway, the 4zt'' "
munity, get a few herd owners together -
the fu-durtlon b In Net Prof-: little study will show why applying this chemical: The earth largest of Its kind ever undertakenby "

From the Milk and Not In this Is true. A cow needs food for and start one. Then you should be banked up around the a single business concern the "- .. -- -- ----" ."

he Weight of thc. Animal_ two purposes, to keep alive and to can have an experienced cowtester base of the peach trees to the .engineers are burrowing sixty: feet
I produce milk. Under normal con- visit your farm once a month height of the highest burrow in under ground for a distance of two The head of one of the sections of the Ford tunnel showing the :
of the tree. Then In the top of this miles. have machinery used to burrow through the ground. In the foreground leone I.
for the purposes re-i ditions about halt of the food Is and a fifth They: cone Inside '
tunnel which has
ietlng of the concrete blocks used to line the an
weight baa become a great: used for the maintenance of the PLANTED: PINES: WILL, mound, at least an Inch from the under main highways, railroads, diameter of fifteen feet ; '
ng habit. More bathroom body and the other half goes Into BE INSPECTED"A tree a shallow trough should be street car tracks, bridges, a cemetery "
rican been sold in the last the milk. But that does not mean made in the dirt. Sprinkle an : and a creek. Boring of the tunnel Is accomplished feet long, each weighing 8,420 )! .

PS have than during! any periodIslol' that If you increase the rations check-up on pine seedlings ounce to an ounce .and a half of One of the most difficult tasks by means of a shield-a pounds are placed to form a rlnsT

years'. A lot of harm has been above' the amount the cow oughtto set out last :year fend arrange- paradlchlorobenzene In the trench, was that of tunneling under Baby i large steel cylinder fourteen feet around the circumference of the) '..
: )the result of unwise and have, she will give more milk. ments for planting this winter will cover immediately with several Creek at a point which Is crossed long and twenty-one feet
; as diets. It is surprising the In other words, there Is a well-de- be started soon" reports Mr. C. H. Inches of dirt, and pack well. The by: a railroad bridge and where diameter with a solid steel shell or so that the lining of concrete

fber! of people who are willing, fined limit.A Courier, forest assistant in chargeof amount of the chemical to use also a large sewer, Is under construction skin two and a fourth Inches thick. which Is eighteen inches J.
Do the city of Detroit. This shield bas bulkhead which Is thick withstands the pressure) of 'ii 1[;
[ health for a graceful fig- cow that Is fed too much will planting work with the Florida varies with the age of the tree. by a
ink produce the same amount of milk Forest Service Tallahassee. not use it at all on trees under The piles that provide the foundation made fast near the front end. There the earth. After this steel forms) 1 ''

I the dairy Industry we find that she would if she was fed lust two years old, and not more than for the bridge and those driven are four openings through which are set up and filled with concrete! !.1 .
in situation although for a enough. The excess food will be Over one hundred plantationswill one ounce for three-year trees. by: the company) constructing the the mud streams like toothpaste to form a solid inner lining which, .
rollar be visited and a check madeon formed network each fron. tube the shield Is shoved is alsd eighteen Inches thick. :
utilized in adding weight. That After the mound has been about sewer a on a as
In the last fews
,rent has been saidt extra weight is of no value unless the survival and growth of the the tree for two or three weeks It side of the creek. It was the task I forward by twenty powerful hydraulic The present Intake system of the' L'' ,;,

a good records. Everyern the cow happens to be under- slash and longleaf seedlings set should be torn down, as too long of the Ford engineers to burrow under lacks Ford plant has a capacity of GOO.i !i';'

keeping farmer maintains an weight, or unless she happens to out last winter under the directionof exposure to the fumes of the gas the creek sewer and bridge When the shield has been pushed 000,000 gallons a day. The new tunnel :'
dairy check on the milk produc- be preparing for a period when it the Florida Forest Service. Parties might damage the tree. In no case going between the piles without forward sufficiently concrete blocks will be able to carry 913,600.000 1i
rate will be to draw interested in reforestation will should the material be sprinkled striking: or weakening them. two and a halt feet wide and five) i gallons 4WIIUSB '
ot his herd, and algid the cost necessary upon a be visited, their land Inspected and "
eed. Naturally in order to reserve Over-feeding, therefore arrangements made to plant this closer than an inch to the tree, as of Georgia, Florida and Alabama : success In rural school supervisory !
efforts di- leads to reduced profits. it is likely t6 hurt the bark. If work Is wide .
t a profit, all are winter with free Instruction and participated. receiving ;
d toward securing big pro- Underfeeding also leads to reduced supervision of the Florida Forest directions are followed there Is WRUF FARM PROGRAM Among the Interesting exhibits recognition, is at this time cooperating r

!on at a low feeding cost, and profits but from another Service. absolutely no danger to the tree I "The Voice of Florida" was one' showing good size hogs with the United States Department "

Is where the trouble la apt cause. Self-preservation comes The planting season will begin as experiments have been.made on i.- __ which had arrived on the market of Education In the studyof : 'r ,

lart. first always. That 50-60 divisionof about the middle of December and hundreds of specimens. Gainesville, Fla. Continuingthe and were large enough to be classed rural school work. The Melrose J, ;

I C. McDowell, of the U. S. Bu- food between what is neededto last until February. noonday farm program from as No. 1'I. but which were school bas been the object of

of Dairy Indutsry tells us maintain the body and the Some of the slash pine seedlings, GOOD nULls AT RECENT: WRUF, state owned radio station, thrown out on account of certain study by professors and students

"a study of the records of the amountthat goes into the produc- In the field only 10 months, have BALE WILL CONTRIBUTE many helpful talks 'are scheduledfor defects. The statement was made of the University of Florida at
million dairy cows on test InherdImprovement tion of milk will not hold good WEALTH that Southern penalized Gainesville, and many classes from .f
grown from one to two feet, which TO STATE DAIIIV the first week of November, hogs are
'. assocla- when the cow Is fed too little, for the university have visited the 1 '
because of and because
Is a splendid growth for the first The talks will begin at 12:15: parasites, ,
i bas Indicated that few dairys the simple reason that the body season. Gainesville, Fla.-The recent eastern standard time, each (Jay, they have a low dressing percentage school. Dr. Cooper accepted the !
are overfed, that quite a needs come first. When they are conditions which position of United States Commissioner .
Anyone Interested in plantingup distribution at the State Dairy and have been announced by the -both being ;
|her are underfed, and that satisfied, then production starts. their Idle land may secure slash Sale of 21 registered dairy bulls Florida Agricultural Extension can be overcome. Visitors then of Education made vacant ',J

y of the herds are fed injudi- Take a cow weighing 1000 pounds, and longleaf seedlings) at S3 per and a number of heifers all from Service as follows: were shown good hogs, which had when Dr. John J. Tigert accepted r "

sly," that produces 3 gallons of 4 per thousand by applying to the Flor- high producing blood will con- been well fed. the presidency of the University F;

bke the case of the farmers cent butterfat milk when fed nor- ida Forest Service, Tallahassee, or tribute many thousand dollars to Sat., Nov. 1-Florida Farm Another exhibit showed a num- of Florida. ',' 4

I teed all their cows alike, re- mally. She will produce that same by notifying the
lless of the size, age, and amount of milk It overfed but pos- local newspaper, who will\ be vis- L. Brown, extension dairyman, Snapshots. scrubs through first and second Winter Haven Building per'J ':

)Ilk produced. Only an accl- sibly only half that amount if Underfed ited by the Foresters In their trip believes.In Mod, Nov 3-How Cooperative crosses to purebreds Visitor. mite September totaled $33- ':

will enable them to make The amount that goes for throughout the state a recent survey conducted by Hog Sales are Handled and Their could see, In the flesh, the improvement 450, Increases( over same month in : Its In most cases But If those body maintainenance remains the the United State Bureau of dairyIng Advantage*-L,. H. Lewis. (Before resulting from the use I 1029 and more than doubled figure :',

t farmers will keep an Indlvl- same in all three cases.A one year's calf crop from a Florida Farmers' Radio Club.) of purebred bulls. for August 1930, which was)

I reed and milk record on each study of thousands upon thou Key West Lewinsky's furniture registered bull was 10 daughters, Tues, Nov 4-Borers and Nematodes 115.720,
sands of individual records shows store opened In store room
j and sell off the poor producing and In Cane J. R. Watson. Inverness
they averaged 4,421 pounds of < --All States Cafe sold ,
that which twice next to Broadway Shop. I TO
feed the remainder cory a cow produces milk, while the average productionof Wed., Nov. 5-Farm Hints for to Ray Sassard,
the milk of another will'eat Lake Butler Sellars Mercan- DPI STUDIED
| profits are certain to fol-
their mothers was 3,123 pounds. November-J. Francis Cooper
Time after time it has been about fifty per cent more than the tile Co., leased Dell building on r e
Along with this increase in milk Wintering Beef Cattle In Florida, f
second cow.' A 100 per cent increase East Main street for opening of C. K Price superintendent of
fen that which eat the
there was an average Increase of Using Cheap Feed. -Dr. A. L.
In dollars' worth of feed pro- In volume from a 60 per grocery and dry goods store. 72 pounds of butterfat he pointedout. Shealy. public Instruction of Putnam county COFFINS & CASKETS ;
Is in receipt of a letter from
Thurs., Nov, 0-Timely Hints And a Full Line) of
Dr. William J. Cooper, United
TIIEDRAL TOMB OF CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS Allowing market prices for the for Controlling Florida Plant Diseases States Commissioner of Education Undertakers' Supplies t
Increase of milk the bull Erd West.
F good man
that the Melrose school on
RESISTS GALE IN SANTO pay percent on an Nov Turkey the edge of Bradford and Putnam .
investment of $.,800. The breedIng Poultry Outlook-F, W. Rlsher. counties, has been selected AI..,. .m clad. Tk best ,
as one
life of such a bull should be ....1.. .< O. lowest p.1.....
. 'from eight to 10 years Be conservative of the schools of the country to be Meld. <..!!.. to t.lesrra.feBMBALMBIl 7 ;
: NEED TO FACE Till< studied by the office of educationof .....,.
fr bX1f and say that only half
FACTS, WORK HARD the United States Departmentof O..TERIDD
the bulls sold at the state sale will
AND IIAVK COURAGE Interior, co-opeartlng with a
do as well. That would the
mean committee DEWITT C. JONES
appointed at a conference
establishment of a 162.000 business
"What Is needed possibly more of rural school supervisors of TAII.KB. .
enterprise. In the
state pay- than optimism Is facing the facts, the southern states, held last De-
Ing 6 percent interest for
a periodof ,
hard work, and courage." cember at Nashville, Tenn. The I'' \
f > S> t Y eight years. Those are the closing words of results of this study will form the

The State Dairy Association, In an editorial I have Just read in a basis of discussion at one or more ;.

sponsoring the sale, besides) distributing farm magvslne. Lots of rural sessions of the conference of rural Say it with Flower. i ::
many good animals will
t have common sense as well as city com school supervisors to be' held In .. ..... :, v
: a widespread Influence to- - - -..
: I mon sense U packed in that short Hot Springs, Ark., December. IS-
ward Inducing farmer to kill 'i
_ 16 1930.
tk scrub sires and replace them with sentence. Face the facts, work Flowers For All.
hard, and have courage-good advice Miss Gertrude McArthur, who I Is (
registered bulls
ducing ancestors, he from said high pro- at any time, but especially: In principal of the Melrose school In Occasions :
times accepting the prlnclpalshlp of the
of stress and If
depression. school .,_. _,_,_ w. _._._ '0tl 1
we will actually do that, It will goa stated that she was anxious
CARE IN HARVESTING long way towards giving us peace to see If she could make an Ideal GERTRUDE GODBEY

>4 :; ttt PECANS WILL PREVENT of mind and bringing us out of the consolidated rural school of it.
% RUINING FRUIT BUDS depression dumps. The second year Miss McArthur ANDERSON

It's a fine thing to be optimistic, was there the school was made an Phone 39 Waldo. Fla
Gainesville Fla.-Another pecan not so good to be pessimistic but accredited high school, both state ,

harvest is here. For most best of all to face things as they and southern Miss McArthur,
experienced pecan growers It is
are. If conditions justify optimism -
not necessary to say anything well and good But if theydon't b t

about the manner of knocking the then It's time for a little .

yet nuts off the trees but a very Important hard work'. and courage. When a When in Tampa live At Modern-Fire-proof lit

point to keep la mind In prdgnosticator predicts good times Radios Spa- ,
this connection Is to knock'thenuts Just ahead, and these clods
promised Rooms-Lob
In such a way that there will good times fall to materialize, then HOTEL HILLSBtiRO by and Lounge. All

ISPANIOLA- the Island be no damage done to the young we lose confidence in the prognosticates department's open
Pi which Colum- twigs that will produce 'the nuts and when times
Christopher good are all the :year. Rates
* bui "loved above all other during the next season, says O. H. Just ahead we don't believe it TAMPA'S LARGEST HOTEL the same throughout ,

as the Dominican Republic. Florida Experiment Station. Face the facts- This exhortation e
I the scene of a terriflo burns The pecans should be permitted applies. well to our own Individual Where you will inset friends) and et welcome :fl'I

[s early: September which f to remain on the tree until thor businesses as to conditions I

>led all of the forces of relief In. oughly mature, unless they are be- In general. If we do not face $2.00 to $6.001SatTftilAytt. "
ding the ing carried off by squirrels, crows
Americas Red Cross the facts about our own business
action. blue-Jays or some other enemies, we are more than likely headed for -;. ..w.?;, . +tl per day :

lib two thousand dead and al- In which case It will be necessaryto the rocks. If we*' do not know .., IV' -
*t tea thousand wounded the reputed tost" harvet Just as soon aa the husks ...
J.&oc'. u> d1.covertrbet itla trnacat1ted.fielding what farm operations are proving
"U1fu1 t bund's capital city of of America'sBelow" : I begin to pop. All note If thoroughly profitable and which ones) are I r Official AAA Hotel ;

edo Domingo was almost totally Red Cross girl aid in InoculatingA1 Injured. mature, can be shaken off losing money for u.. we are not .J -free Auto Storage ;a
The American Red Crosse by Jarring the branches but for
so well off W. may not be able fI for Quests
Ule 150,000 from Its treasury tow- European civilization u !It was upon 208.151 for relief la preceding yean earlier harvesting use poles to tap to obtain all the facts about general

; to relief work and generous aid that Island that Christopher Columbus I The Red Cross) gave relief la : the clusters In such a way that the conditions, but we certainlycan

the republic from other na- planted his first colony. la the twelve foreign countries nuts will\ be knoeked off. Bamboo know' about our own little "Top o' the Town"
Navy and Maria aviators of magnificent Cathedral la Santo Domingo addition to standing by to relieve all poles are the best for! use In hart spheres.

united States carried la Red -a very ancient structureis distress at home caused by catastrophe vesting pecans. DINING ROOM trt

medical supplies and stabcommunication. a monument containing a bronze *. The ground under the tree

lent The Red casket In which are the reputed Demands upon: the society for thus should be clean and m canvas or FLORIDA FARMERS ,. NEW xr
lid rise an expert relief director bones of the discoverer of America. help are Increasing each year.. The burlap cloth spread around each SEE CATTLE HOO

t4 by American Governor committee or- The Cathedral was untouched by funds necessary for Instant action tree when harvesting, otherwise DEMONHTRATIO.V9Uoultrie CAFETERIA

nit of Porto Theodore the fierce gales, which laid wast for maintaining expert personnel) considerable time will be consumed -
4PrisZis0t Rico adjoining than ninety per cent of the and providing a surplus from whlcM In hunting the nuts and manyof Oa.-A number of

dwelling more la the city. appropriations can be made Immediately I them will be lost, say: Mr. farmers of the western part of Serving you at TUB HILLS BORO. le'et pleasure
Trujillo of the republlo la the are raised through the aaaaa) Blackmon. FloridA attended the recent Col-

lul 14 a*mna r brtask o don This was the first of tie disaster Red roll' call which the Red Cross bolds 4 quilt County Diversified Farm program L. SKINNER 0. J. JACKSON
rt ? o new fiscal year lu Cbookg each year la the period) from Anal* Winter Haven Nilon-Mull and exposition here. The

..of my ad protect the which bad Jut closed by the national tics Day to nan dyfq DI.a Corporation to take over management local chamber of commerce Swift President Manager

DollllaJcq&. showing relief given to 101 Bach person*somber bs. of local airport for I years Co., and the exteneioa Mrvlcee
lUpublta was the organization *ad chapter .....-t lid QJt
lilt Ia a4U r** ft fir MOMS) a j" -3_ i
tQ wMUn World of disaster, will{ q ___ .


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among the consistent boosters ot L. ir. HIu:1: ;, war ,

troll and finances and amends .ei BRADFORD COUNTY PAYS the project, and both admitted Daytona Beach Saturia 0111 t
ton '11 of that article In such a MORE THAN ITS SHARE .. | that they were beginning to get and Iu
C. day -
TO STATE Mini Ada Him*"*
continued delays.
I SocietvJj way as to authorize the legislature 1.1) 1 discouraged The committee by pointed out to Mr. Howard Miner

to levy an inheritance tax to absorb (Continued from page T. M. Hagan and family attended the various communities visited Ruth Rowe attended and :lib

the amount of money which; pays'In state'taxes .$11,40 per $!,- the funeral ot Mr. Hagan's' that Putnam county had been active game Starke vs, the fM lbl'

la now permitted by the Federal i 000 taxable values as compared t to brother, P. M. Hagan of Pal atka.: in the formation of the Short High Springs nigh SPrtn Blfl"

5 Inheritance tax law to be deduced $2.30 for St. Johns the adjoining lie was accompanied by J. Purr Route Association and also activeIn Mrs. J. "B.

served to from the Federal Inheritance tax: county." Wakulld pays 12.83 per and other friends. securing the designation of the McQUinn of '
r and cake were and family Plains N. T Ig
ENTERTAINS cream while ley
ONB had consented, ? a Iallor
CIRCLE NO. 'taxable property ,
for $1000 kind road. Putnam
In those states provide wish to thank our many her father Mr
M. V. forty-five guests. Hardee We of ,the David ]Durbal't,
BAPTIST $8.66. the building
while Bradford pays said to
Mrs. the levy of an inheritance tax. kindly and willing they
I J Assisting Mrs Hayes were: friends who BO Mr. Charles Hill ,
\ -- Strickland. Miss Myrtle Florida has heretofore been..unableto and Hendry Bounties. respectively; in the sickness and Iii 3 miles from Lake City to Flora- here wee a Mello!
assisted us Monday
; Circle No. One gave for an the enjoy-Baptist Strickland Clayton Miss Beatrice Johns get any benefit from the Federal pay $2.85 and $3.56 according Other t to ly death of our beloved mother. Ware I home first, as no benefit would be and Mrs. L. H at HillD0tt""of I I|S

I' able Hallowe'en party Union and Miss Lolselle Turner in entertaining law, which allows as much as the tax equalizer's figures. also grateful to Dr. Biggs, derived from building stretch In Miss Leola Fogg
I Woman's Missionary those present. eighty per cent of the amount of counties pay Varying. amounts DeWItt C. Jones and Brother Dick- Putnam countyunless, It was con : week-end epent 8
I with
at the pastor-
Thursday afternoon Federal between. The association, they i parents In
f tax imposed -by the government son for their kind and sympathlc nected up. Or
lum. to be collected by the that Putnam: hours had agreed to stand by Putnam ham.Mr.
The said
CLUB EN. survey rendered during our I
I !. the guests were Mrs.O. HEW AND HO services Ed Wasdln of
Receiving state and used for state purposes county is paying 74.61 per cent We are again county and see that the road Waldo
bereavement. visitor
ot W,11U S
il P. Raymond president Powell president and charged off against the Federal of KB state taxes on behalf of other thankful for the beautiful floral was completed into Palatka and Mrs.OIlchrlst.ndberli'i Saturday

and Mrs. Luther One. Miss Florence Matthews entertained tax. counties and but 26.39 per cent offerings as a last token of love onto, Bunnell. Those Interviewed of Brunswick Ca.. yj'*

I of Circle which were members of the Sew and So In those states which have no of the amount is properly charge and respect. May God bless them. showed a strong inclination to the hpme of her are
The spacious rooms evening at her home. state Inheritance tax the Federal able against this county. Mrs. W. L. Bugg ot make previous pledges good and and mOl
effeetlcely decorated club Tuesday Signed: er, Mr. and Mrs. W
k open ensulte were marigolds and government: collects Its tax on the Seven counties are having their and Mrs. E. D. Rowe, of announced their_ willingness to H, Blew,,
and black, suggestive With African Hampton, Mr, and Mrs. A H,
'I In orange accentuate the colorful basis of 100 per cent of the levy tax burdens shifted to other counties fight to the last ditch. Harle.I','
,' Hallowe'en season. dahlias used to Macclenny. and little son,
'i the spent week'here
of I the
marigoldsand decorative motive, a picturesque made by the Federal government.But namely Broward, Dade, Has Revival services which have been The 23 miles from San Mateoto with Mr
of and
Quantities garden cosmos flowers In has setting was formed for In those states which have a dee. Hendry, Pinellas, Palm Beach in progress at the Baptist church Bunnell was placed in both the le1. Mrs A. H HI

other informal gathering. state Inheritance tax, as much as and St. Johns, The remaining 60 weeks closed Sunday 1929 and 1930 budgets, it was explained
this and for the past two
shade. being used. lolly Mr. and Mrs T J.
I)l' a and conversation was enjoyed 80 per cent of the amount leviedby counties are carrying the burden night. The people of this but no action had been Terry,
a drew Sewing week-end visitors
\ Each present In
\1: one the Federal government betaken or to Pa Klssima.
pumpkin a magic seed, which during the evening. may and overpaying ,12,218,152.21 town have enjoyed the most spiritual secured. The Florahome of their daughter Ming
large assisted by her for state purposes withoutany 48.65 per cent. Seven countiesare revival that has been conducted latka stretch had been in the 1930 Jqct.
! fortune. A delightful The hostess who Is
to be her ry teaching
i proved Increase of burden to the taxpayers cent. school then
Matthews underpaying 47.47 per budget, without result. The east
S. for
was liven as follows mother, Mrs. E. here years. Mr. and Mrs. Frank
4;'1 program served the guests a chicken salad' who are merely requiredto The survey prepared. for the Rev, Morris of Lacrosse has had end ot: the road is a federal aid lanta Ga Enteloli
are visitors
' : I pay the Federal government the of shewing' the need for church here and could be constructedby it the hoot
the project
purpose of
Y ; Instrumental duet, (a) "When course. the pastorate Mr. and Mrs. n. R. Thefa
Mrs. D. P. remaining 20 per cent allowing equalizing of taxes throughout the Ills services the state road department at as
: It's Springtime In the Rockies"; Those present were: ,' for the past two years. Dr. and Mrs. Carradlne
j 80 cent of the levy to to the Such' would run ol o
(b) "Daisies Won't Tell"--Sun Carpenter Mrs. T. T. Long Mrs per go state. a move have been highly: appreciated small expense as any stretch of ange Park were
shine Hundley, Mildred Hundley. H. C. Bitch Mrs. B. 8. Carroll, state. from 59 cents for the mlnmum to by the church and by the similar length In Florida. The sec Monday.Mrs. be

, Vocal solo: "Because of You" Mlsa Ethel Griffin, Miss Eunice This amendment preserves Intact $1.82 for the maximum per $1000 Christian people of all denomina tion from Palatka to Flora home Catherine Teare
Chamberlln the previous constitutional taxable general properties in the bas been at the of Put was IT
, Perkins. Miss Betty tions. The attendance was graded expense
Mrs. J. D. Doyle. !itor I in Jacksonville
form of Filday.
Madge Middleton. prohibition every seven counties were equalization the service. At nam county years ago and the
k Reading "What You Look for and Miss good throughout
: Mr. and Mrs E. B. Weiln
Income tax and inheritance tax, except out. ,
Find" "Mrs. Luther steps taken it Is pointed the beginning of the service last county stands to lose a heavy Investment
, You Will/ Mrs. W. H.
!MUM. II. C. WALL that which is permitted by the In addition; It Is shown that Sunday evening, while every pew' unless the road is hard-; Biggs were vlsltoti
J Powell. Federal law to be deducted for exist In regardto Jacksonville Friday,
solo Miss Alice For GIVES PARTY startling differences was crowded, and the choir was surfaced soon as the grade Is rapidly
Violin :-
:llt i state purposes should the Federal municipal and state tax assessments rendering music, 'a large number deteriorating. Mr. and Mrs. W c Woolen.,

r, nandez. II. C. Wall was hostess to inheritance tax or should It with In many cases. The state Lake visitors In Starke Sunday 011)
I;' Duet: "Down the River ofDreams" Mrs. of klansmen in white appeared During .the trip to City,, and Mrs. E. W.
Mrs. J.. D. Doyle, Miss members of the Afternoon Bridge draw the deduction provision now equalizer argues that the same and marched slowly down the Use the committee saw no through Hayes
1 Mr. and Mrs
afternoon at her, contained In it, Florida would thing cannot be worth different and but L. J. Hub!
club Wednesday No. 28
Min Gruber; Miss Ethel Griffin, of the church to the pulpit, traffic on highway ,
[ home on Cherry street. stand on exactly the same footingIn amounts and advises a correction placed In the bands of the never viewed hundreds of tourist cars on to their hoe'
. accompanist. all Inheritance taxes Worcester, Mass, after ,
I Little Orphan Annie The party rooms were artistically prohibiting of such a state.Reduced tiring pastor, Rev. Norris, a note road No.2, from Lake City to beinj
' :1 : Income in this All Itors here for the past
decorated with baskets of yellow and taxes state. to cold figures It is Wee
stating that they had appreciated Gainesville. It was evident that
II'' -Marjorie Stump.Instrumental additional collected the In Mr. and Mrs. L. H.. Hill
revenue by
color scheme that county paid
Sunshine flowers and a shown Putnam his fight for righteousness and the communities from Starke to
; duet fur state in the event this amendment In state taxes. OfI Mr. and Mrs. A J. Grlffls.
to Hallowe'en was 1929 $109,008
Mildred Hundley. appropriate would stand by him In the work. Palatka were receiving the benefits -
Hundley. ther carried out In the tallies and is adopted will be subject to this amount this county paid U120.28 ,- visitors here Sunday of Mr n
A salad course was served sixty I The Baptist Santa Fe River Association of no through traffic at this
, Mrs. W. C. Wooten
appropriation for state, county, that Broward county;
, guests during which time Miss refreshments.At will convene with First time; and the opinion was expressed
municipal or educational for Mrs. D. H. Rowe has rata
the close of the games Mrs. purposes should hav.'luUd.J'1I3,3u.l1; -
) Ethel Griffin, Sunshine and Mildred ! Baptist church of Hamptpon. No that such traffic would take
t the as determined by the legislature, for Hardee to their home here after a rtot!
Edward Burns was awarded Dade county, $21.08 '
I Hundley entertained with vember the 5th and 5th. other routes until highway No. 28
score. probably Including a distributionof 7&.4&' for Hendry, $3.- Macclenny for the past few veti
holding high U
musical selections. prize for county, Mr. McDanlels and family ot was completed. The road is now
Mrs. A. Z. the same help pay off any out for'Palm Beach, $18.765- Mr. E. J. Scott of Plymouth.[
The players were: 883.53
H Lake
a Georgia are the guests of Mrs. open from ,Grandln to Butler
\ Wainwright standing county municipal, or, and $1- C., is a business visitor here t
Adkins. Mrs. W. M. 68 for Pinellas county
McDanlela' sister, Mrs. O. L. Flat with the exception of a detour
WOMAN'S' CLUB OF HTARKE Mrs. N. Sternberg, Mrs. T. B. Mas- educational bonded debt 031.67 for St. Johns, a total of around a bridge construction project week.

OBSERVES ANNIVERSARY sle, Mrs. Joe Wilson Mrs. F. F, Fourth Amendment This Is $81,333.72. rison. Mr. A. S. Strickland of Klti
The Community club will meetat between Lake Butler and
-- Stump Mrs. Junius Smith, Mrs. still another amendment to Article Putnam county'should have paid ley Lake, was a business our
Starke. The Columbia coffnty end
the ball next Friday eve
The Woman's Club of Starke, H. L. Biggs. Mrs. O L. Haynes, IX of the Constitution relat- $27,674.96, the survey reveals. here Saturday.Mr .
from Lake Butler to Lake City,
celebrated the eighth anniversary: Mrs. C. A. Knight, Mrs. Edward tlng to taxation and finance by City Asanwrncntsi VaryIn ning at 7:30: p. m. and Mrs. A. A. Smith
Mr. F. L. Oglesby of North Caro was opened temporarily but has
of Its dedication on Friday eve Burns and Miss Mabel Weller. adding hereto another section to all cases assessments for city; visitors In Jacksonville Mouda'
lina visited his family here last been closed for a few days while
ning. be known as section 13. The purpose taxation purposes are much higher T. S. Biggs was a visitor 81

Receiving the guests In the library AFTERNOON BRIDGE of this amendment Is to provide than for county and state. Sunday. slag Is being placed. : day of his grandparents, Mr i I
I The demand for short route
i were Mrs. L. A. Davis president ) CLUB MEETSMembers that motor vehicles shall only The assessed valuation of Brow a Mrs. W. H. Biggs.

, and the past presidents. Mrs. -- be subject to one form of tax, ard county for county and state Mrs Temple Jones) to the Atlantic from the Interior Miss Claudia Terry of Gill

) E. M. Johns, Mrs. N. D. Waln of the Afternoon namely a license or tag tax. If taxation Is a little over 10 million Mrs. Temple Jones, long a resident was frequently voiced by those Interviewed vllle, was a visitor here last v

" wrlght, and Mrs. W. E. Middle- W M. of Bradford county was released by the committee yester- of her Mr. and Mrs.T
Bridge club met with Mrs. this amendment Is adopted all dollars but the city of Ft. Lauder- parents,

{ ton.The Wainwright Friday afternoon at property taxes on motor vehicles dale alone is assessed at nearly 60( from weeks of suffering and day. Terry.

" library and auditorium her home. will be abolished, beginning with million for local taxes. This can called to her heavenly borne on; Mr. Lawrence Dinkins wu

were attractively decorated with! Fall flowers in shades of yellow the year 1931 and automobile and only mean that Broward county! Tuesday, Oct. 21, 1930. Mrs. business visitor in Jackson:

I' quantities of cosmos and ferns. In I decorated the home, and were other motor vehicle owners will Is not paying'1 her full share of Jones, formerly Temple Hall was Tuesday.Mr. .

\ the sun parlor, a green and white echoed In the bright tallies and In only be required to' pay such state taxes. dtQt{ .. born in Emanuel'county Georgia LAWTEYMT. and Mrs. James Godwin i

color scheme predominated. the refreshments following the amount as'the legislature mar fix Again in trade county. Seven March 9th 1846, moving with her .. K. E). B.r..r.'Cor.' children of' the,State Farm, "

A delightful program In charge, game. Candy was served on the to be paid in order to procure a cities in Dade county-Miami, parents to Florida.. when only a ford were week-end visitors Kt|

,\I of Mrs. A. Z. Adkins was rendered tables during the afternoon. license tag under which to operatethe Coral Gables/'Miami Beach Hollywood small girl and was reared In Bradford ' Miss Dorothy Barber of Mac- home of Mr. and Mrs. V. R It

followed by refreshments served Enjoying the afternoon with motor vehicle. The amountto Hialeah Homestead and county where she lived clenny. spent the week-end here dish.Miss

in the sun parlor. Centering the Mrs. Wainwright were: Mrs. A. Z.Adklnll : be paid for the tag Is left to be Miami Shores are assessed a- total throughout; her life. with Miss Gladys Reddish. Eva Grant arrived bij

" prettily appointed. table was the Mrs. Joe Wilson. Mrs. E. Axed by the legislature, which maybe of.nO millions for municipal purposes She was united In matrimonyto Misses Ruth and Pearl Roberts from Rockland. Maine, to SPf

birthday cake. Mrs. T, J. Griffin M. Johns, Mrs. L. Wyman, Mr.. either more or less than that while the entire county is William M. Jones Sept. 5th, Miss Stokely Messrs. Grady Markham the winter.

I and Mrs. H. H. Young In their Edward Burns Mrs. O. L. Beas- now required by law. But Inasmuch assessed at only $61,148,996, for 1882. To this happy union was Tommy Stevens of Lake City,

". II gracious manner poured tea and ley and Miss Mabel Weller., as the present Constitution county: and state purposes.As born tour children, two sons and were visiting friends here Sunday
. husband and
coffee. permits the legislature to raise or a result of Dade county's low two daughters. Her Miss Elizabeth Howe, who has H. E. LAGERGREX
The program given was as follows BRIDGE PARTY GIVEN lower the sons preceded her to the other
, amount of license fee assessment for state taxes she has been visiting friends In Lake City

'.g : charged; for an automobile tag, the escaped the payment of nearly a shore. has returned home.
Ir 1 \ Piano solo, "Romance"-Mrs.JI. and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns entertained Our dear Mrs. Temple Jones Leveling
Judge amendment adds nothing to the million and a half dollars of Justly Miss Dot Sapp was a visitor to Surveying, ,
i i V. Knight. their bridge club Thursday united with the First Christian
I powers of the legislature with respect owed state taxes and shifted her Jacksonville Monday.
Vocal solos, (a) "Nobody Cares ; evening at their home with a to this subject. burden on lother counties.The church of Hampton In 1890 and Miss Ruth Rowe and Mr. L. H. Mapping, Ornamental
if I'm Blue", (b) "The Girl Friendof I was a faithful attendant at all services
delightful bridge party. The amendment should by all municipal assessment of the Hill, Jr., were visiting friends In
a Boy Friend of Mine"-Miss Baskets and vases filled with means be approved by' the peopleIn city; of St. Augustine 1929 was until In the last year of her Waldo Saturday. Garden Designs

,, Estelle KendrIck, accompanist radiance ,roses and other, pretty order to get rid of the confusionand $26,361.918, but.the assessment of life Illness prevented her attend Miss Louise Howe Is visiting I

Miss Elisabeth Kendrick garden flowers were tastefully arranged red tape now surrounding the the entire covnty, for state taxes ance. friends in Lake City. Starke, Fla.
Violin solo "Arlosa"-Mlas Alice where She was a kind loving companion .... .. .... I ....,--
In the party room, collection of tax -
a property on automobiles was only $7,587,787.. Another Mr. and Mrs. L. H. 11111, and
Fernandes, accompanist Miss a true faithful mother, and a
three tables were In play ; It for no other reason evasion of taxes. '

Isabel Fernandei. Attractive prizes were awardedat So long as the present constitution Palm Beach county is assessed' good: useful neighbor, add will

Vocal solo, (a) "The Old Re the conclusion of the games to remains unamended there Is no at only $22,688,296 for state and ever be missed in this community,

I frain." (KreUlcr), (a) "My Song" Mrs. E. M. Johns and Mr. W. way in which the legislature can county: taxeaibut the three cities 1 but the faithful, obedient walk on BROWNLEE BROS.

(Ellis)-John Powell. \It. Wainwright for holding high abolish the collection of a property of Palm Beach West Palm Beach this earth, give u* that sweet hope .
"A 'Good Swimming that she is on yonder golden ,
Reading scores. tax on motor vehicles. On the and Lake Worth are assessed at Starke Fla. -

j Hole"-Dorothy Smith The hostess served the guests contrary: the present constitution I aver 148 minions for local taxes. shore. ,

The silver offering with the with a delicious salad course. The and court decisions actually require Other counties showing wide The funeral services were under

amount realised from auctioning Senator and Mr E. the supervision of DeWItt C.,
players were: tax on motor vehicles In order discrepancies between state-county

off the birthday cake and from M. Johns Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Wall to make effective the collection and city assessments are Hardee,, (ones, mortician of Gainesville,,

auctioning the basket of carnations Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Robinson, Mr. of taxes upon other forms of Hendry and Pinellas. and the devotional services were FACTS certified hundreds of

a gift from Mills through and Mrs. C. A.Knight and Mr. and property. This amendment Is primarily These seven counties paid onlyZ.004.135.31' conducted; by her pastor, Rev. Dix- by

Mitchell's Drug Store, amounted to Mrs. W. M. Walnwrlght. submitted to the people to $( state taxes in 1929. on. of Jacksonville.She growers prove that Bradley's Fertilizers
laid rest In the famIly
135.00. promote the convenience of the when, had their assessments been was

ATTORNEY GENERAL motor vehicle owner by having' all properly made, they should have burying ground at Santa Fe ("AA

i MR AN) MRS. O. L. BEA8LEY EXPLAINS MEANING AND taxes: on his car Included In one paid $4,222.690.38.; In other cemetery.: Many beautiful floral' A Reason to QUAIMTY")
in the
ENTERTAIN PVRPORSE 4 AMENDMENTSContinued form of tax and one form only. words, the 60 other counties paid offerings were' displayed

The amendment abolishes city over 2 million dollars In state home and on the casket, and the a bigger
( from page 1.) little mound where she 'was laid Remember pay
Roses dahlias and other cut taxes on motor cars and leaves the taxes which should have been paid

'. I flowers were used to advantage by not extending, however, beyondthe loss ,of. revenue created by such by the seven counties abovenamed. to wreaths rest, was of flowers.covered in beautiful profit for every

Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beaaley Tuss- year 1948. abolition of revenue to be supplied .- -f is their
She leaves to mourn her loss,, dollar invested.One reason
day evening in their home, when The authorized exception covered by the legislature provided for 4 Would.'TaltO. 'Municipal Vetoes. forAltogether 1I besides a hOlt'of friends: Two

they delightfully entertained members by this amendment only applies portion of tag tax to be distributed -"' tate Tax**. superb mechanical condition.
daughters, Mrs. W. L. Bugg,
of the Twentieth Century on that real estate which la back to the counties districts there are at least 16 .
occupied by the Industrial plant and municipalities for their local counties in the state whose municipal Hampton and Mrs. E. D. Rowe ofNacclenny This is due to the scientific accuracy
brother H. II. Hall
club.Five progressions of the game and buildings, together with the needs, in such proportion as the taxable property values exceed ;-a used
and sister Mrs. T. J. Durden. and and
were enjoyed followed by the totaling lands required for warehouses,, legislature which undertook to those 'rated for, state and painstaking
several grand
of the scores and the awardIng storage tracking and shipping facilities deal with the subject of taxation,, county taxation in their manufacture.Try Bradley's

of prises to the winners. Miss of the above enumerated and as will be noted from the foregoing Equalizer Drew suggests that STATE ROAD Z8 ASSOCIATION

I Mabel Weller and Col. J. L. Frasee enterprises. The purpose of the ,_ every amendment proposed "substituting such municipally TO MEET AT AN EARLY DATE e yourself and seethe' 'difference.Ywgxuress .

held high scores while Mrs. J. L. amendment la to hold out aa Inducement by the 1929 session Is to Article contained full valuations for those

( Frasee and Mr. Sternberg made for the location of any IX of the constitution of the state, of the state And county (and even (Continued from page 1.)

', Industrial enterprises In this state which Is a finance and taxation leaving out of account taxable BRADLEY'FERTILIZERS

low.The following players were of the character specified In the provision of our organic law. properties outside of such municipalities of a through highway"

\ served a tempting salad course: amendment by exempting the Industrial In view of the fact that every and which should be Included Mr. Robinson also pledged the v 4sr.lry w

Mr; and Mn 8. L. Peek, Mr. and plants of such enterprisesand one ot these amendments has a direct for the containing counties continued support of Major E. 8 ftW7Mr8.

Mrs. L D. Vining, Mr. and Mrs. N. the appurtenances thereto 'personal bearing upon the ) would 'raise and proportionately Matthews member of the state

Sternherg. Col. and Mrs J. L. Fra- from all taxation for a period of amount of money which each Inhabitant tend to equalize state wide railroad commission and publisher

see, Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump, Mr. fifteen years from the date .they of the state Is required to taxation values** of the Telegraph, to the project -
; contribute toward the of Unless these counties voluntarily and said that he would make a ..-:
f and Mr. J. W. Andrew., Jr., begin operation, provided they, support -
D. A. Montleth. Miss Mabel Weller coma Into being after July 1st I the state, county, municipal and 'increase their assessments, the special effort to arrange his time -- --- -

: and Mr. J. J, Truby. 1989, and are established before district( government, it b.hooves remedy Is for any taxpayer In ..nyof so that he could attend the Keystone -

: 1948. very voter to become thoroughly the others6 counties to seek an meeting. Major Matthews

: ," BIRTHDAY PARTY All taxation Is covered by the familiar with each ot these'amendments -: Injunction a'falnst the collection ofhll was in Tallahassee yesterday' RADIO REPAIRINGALL

{j.! amendment and It Is assumed that prior to the general eleeItron taxsa In 'excess of what would "You.m.1'' count on me for any

Mrs. E. W, Hayes entertained thU refers: to license franchise and which i Is to be held next November conform "tcV.the equalized value assistance I can render, and I'll MAKESS'nitli's
P for such county as to all others In meet you at Keystone, said Representative -
I Tuesday afternoon at her home other taxes aa well as property 4th.Boynton .

1 ; with a party honoring her son, lie.. Only enterprises of the exact Idle land of South the state assessments." C. A. Roberts, of Lake

I' Enos. who celebrated his sixth nature named In the amendment Lake Worth Inlet District at this Butler. Editor Morris of the Union Service, Station
Times also pledged hisupport.
birthday at this time. are covered In the. and no place, to be converted Into reve 666 County.

:Autumn flowers .were- used In enterprise which was established nue-producing agency, under plansnrw
Representative Larsen of Clay Authorized DealerTestinghouse
decorating the home for this en- prior to July let. 1929, can obtain being formulated by Inlet .
.... '
. _. Htmrmlmi
R || T S u ee county and F. M. Walrath of Keystone
-r joyable occasslon. The young people the benefit of same. Comm sstoaers. .. .!..._ ..__ a C.M flralr. ) Heights were two others '
.. spent a pleasant afternoon Third Amendment-This is another Fort Myers Arcade Coffee .. ., a.4 .... *. Malaria- ha ..r.. who' thought the time had arrived Radiost"
playing outdoor games. Each one amendment to Art'rle IX of'! ShOOpOI, | ,'d at No. 9 IleUm Ar- .
for Both have been
received a lollypop as a favor. Ice the constitution relating to tajta- rado sr.6 a also la Tablet I


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guests of Mr. and Mrs L. V. Moore Gulf Ports Endorse VISITOR FLORIDA FAIR
for the weekend.Mr. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, -- I -

Mlra lret.a.Ode. Co.*., Florida Ship CanalU. Mr. ,Green Has the Unusual Record i Tampa Fla., Oct. 28.-'I..s&

Bits of Jasper Harder and Mrs. I In Congress of Never three mouths of'final preparations ?

Padgett of Brunswick. Ga., were Mrs. Laura Ogden, Mr and Government Asked Having Missed remain before ths gates swing open
guests at the home of Mr. and 8. to BegIn
Roll Call for the south's greatest exposition
Mrs. Pames Asher, who were recent -
Mrs. L. V. Moore Saturday guests ot Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Survey at Once the South Florida Fair and

weal Nevi'. Ogden and family. left last week those lion R. A. Green popular con '' Oasparllla Carnival February S to
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Middleton for their home .Snndusky, Ohio. New Orleans which joined have en- gressman from the second district 'I' 14, when Tampa will be bout to

and little daughter, of Jacksonville Miss Helen pgden and II. R. Gulf Coast Ports and Judge J. E. Wainwright, of visitors/ from every state In the

Concerning Our People Business and' were guests of Dr. and Mrs. Lwarence drove to Starke Friday. dorsed the Florida cross state ship Bradford county, were prominent union and Canada. v

Progress of the County and Town. W. E. Middleton Sunday. Mr. and Mrs.,,(.,IL Houser spent canal Following project.a conference with a visitors In the city Tuesday while Weeks ahead ot any previous ',(

the week-end.with their son, J. II. from the Jacksonville passing through en route to Daytona year In preparations fair officials .

I Col. J. L. Frame spent Wednesday Houser, Jr., In.Jacksonville. delegation the Beach, where Mr. Green was are entering the last lap of the
Chamber of Commerce port
4-5'S 5L2575Z: : 5..575Z525252525Z:;;; urZ525'.525252525aGun !' In Tallahassee on legal mat- Mrs. J. H. Lawrence Misses scheduled to deliver' an address In arrangement program enthusedover
authorities of New Orleans formally -
REPORT shells at Kickliter's. ters coming before the supreme Helen Lawrence,. Gertrude Houser resolution recommending behalf of the Democratic nominees the prospects for a record
adopted a
WEATHER I court. and Arneeta Ogden attended the who are reported as having breaking show, both in point of ,.
that the federal govern
Florida Theatre at Gainesville Sat- stiff! opposition from a coalition of attendance and In the number of i
ending Oct. 28th. 1930 asooptled Genuine dull finish HummingBird ment Immediately begin a surveyto "
'eek Forest Mr. and !Mrs J. W. Townsend of urday night. "Independents" and Republicans exhibit and entertainment: featurea. -
by Starke hose In all new fall ,shades,: determine the practicability of .
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Smith were Congressman Green though one \
Lake Butler and daughter Mrs. f
Station guaranteed at Stump's. constructing the canal linking
|Yperiment Freeman Johns, of Tallahassee, dinner guests of Mrs. J. H. Law- Gulf ports with those of the Atlantic of the youngest members of congress Italy, Spain, Holland and Ger- !'

Max. Mln. Preclp. and Mrs. Jeff! Johns spent several rence and daughter Helen on In point of years Is one of many are now -shipping national .
pate seaboard.Tha .
Mrs. J, C. Robinson and Mrs. R.f. days at Orange Springs recently Sunday. the most persistent workers in that exhibits to this country and their ";.."
: previously was endorsed -
project '
ct U 76 151 Demorest spent Tuesday after Rev' and Mrs.;. E. D. Mowry and gi-eai law-making body and has displays: will add an international

it 23 711 49 .18 noon in Gainesville. Miss Amy Moore and Miss Ethel Miss Gertrude Houser were din- the at Atlantic Its Wilmington Waterways N. the unusual record of never having I flavor to the great exposition nf

L 24 71' 13 .04 Moore Attended a Hallowe'en ner guests ot Mr. and Mrs. W. H. missed a roll call. He is ever : American agricultural Industrial"
par- C. convention For the first time
H Miss Loulebelle Carter of Law- '
Z5 72 ty given by Miss Marie Taratan Ogden and family Sunday', alert to the Interest of not only and art products.
since canal project was proposed
ct 2rt 6 78 U tey. spent the week-end with her and Mrs. Q. E. Boyd: in Jacksonville United! States Senator DuncanU. united his district but of the entire state. Beautiful county exhibits: representing
Floridians are presenting a
27 80 110 aunt, Mrs. Jeff Johns, Wednesday. ,Fletcher, his former secretary to their That the people ot his district ap- every section of Florida
front having agreed drop
ct 28 U 118 Col. E. G. Baxter of Gainesville preciate his services Is attestedby and more numerous than ever In

Total raInfall for week ;12 Ins. Mr., and Mrs. Brooks Shipmanof Dr. and Mrs, E. L. Biggs attended John J: Tigert. president of the differences routes. This relative matter to the Is to questionof be determined the fact that-In the June primary number, will again be the back-

Green Cove Springs, were business the banquet of the Central University of Florida and Mr. he bad no opposition, and in bone cf the great Industrial and ..,
United States engi
J. F.'lckJlter. by
oafon plants .
Cabbage,and, here Tuesday. Florida Medical Association givenat Huddleston, spent Sunday after- the November election his name citrus show. Added to these will
the Hotel Thomas In Gainesville. noon at Keystone Heights. Mr. The canal would be will appear on the ballot unoppos- be a score of community, civic and
-- Bring your hemstitching to me. Tuesday evening. Fletcher visited!jkeystone Heights ed.-Palatka Times-Herald. private display that will pack the
Mrs. N. T. Hitch visited Jackson- Rate 8c a yd. Mrs. Pearl Snyder. four years ago and had not been approximately 125 miles In length of exhibition buildings to capacity. '
and would permit the passage
frllle Monday. It. Mrs. E. S. Matthews, Mrs. D. P. here since that time. In a talk ocean going ships drawing as muchas shippers are hoping that the Indications now point to a gen b

Carpenter, Mrs. T. T. Long, Miss with some of the townspeople he eral expansion in every department -
and Mrs. U D. Vining spent Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Adams and thirty feet of water. It also west will be ready to take some of .
Mr at the Im- amusementdivision
expressed his,surprise Including the
Florence Matthews and Miss Ethel .
Saturday In Jackson'fllle.Nathan'Prevatt McKay Johnson were visitors to would be utilized as a connectinglink the many thousands of crates that
Griffin In Jackson- provements In Keystone Heights : which announces the ,
were shopping '
Waldo Sunday afternoon. between the Gulf Intercoastal will be ready to move within the
yule Saturday and was very ,enthusiastic! In his contracting of the Johnny J. Jones
spent Sunday In canal and the Atlantic Intercoastal next three weeks.
praise of our town. Exposition shows for the fun plasa.
Jacksonville visiting friends.Mr. Peter's Gun Shells. Get our waterway.A Crops are looking unusually,
Mr. D. E. Pangborn spent the auto races for the opening and
I would appreciate your orders canal across north Florida fine In this section. During the
prices before buying. Smith's Ser week-end in Jacksonville' the closing days and more than 40 hippodrome
for Glenn St. Mary Nursery Stock. distance
would reduce the water past week millions of strawberry
L. C. Ray spent Tuesday vice Station., 10-3 l-6t. aunt Mrs. Shrubb. and circus acts to be -
guest of his presented
I also have stock of
some my own. between New York and New Orleans plants were set out for winter production -
'alnesvllIe. Suggestions gladly given A. E. Mrs. Edwin Wiggins: and daug- \661\ miles. It would cut the ''I In front of the grand stand
Mrs. Q. W, Brown of Lawtey, Edwina and and Each r
Dunham. ters, Edith, Ellen, between'New York and each afternoon night ,
distance In Hernando county shipments
Beautiful line of Gosaard girdles was a business visitor'here Tues- '
Elizabeth Ann of Green Cove evening the magnificent ThearleDuffleld '
miles and 669 miles last week. Ten
at Stump's.Mrs. Galveston 480 were In full swing
aDd combinations day. Senator E. M. Johns spent Wed- Springs, spent Saturday and Sun. from Mobile to New York. carloads of vegetables have been fireworks spectacle will f

Irene Lamb was In Bradenton Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hayes of nesday and Thursday In Lake City day with Mrs. Ellen. Wiggins at It is estimated it would cost I shipped from there this season. climax the entertainment..

for the week-end. Gainesville were guests of Mr. and representing clients coming up for Keystone Heights.On $126.000,000 to build the canal. From now on It Is expected that
the ;
Mrs. E. W. Hayes Sunday. ) trial before the circuit court for Saturday'night young I On this basis It Is said Gulf ship- from four to eight cars will move OFFERING: FOR ORPHANAGK v

Hev. and Mrs. J. T. Ouy visited Columbia county.. people of the Heights,,through the, ping would annually save $14- dally. The lake section is ship

{relatives in Gainesville Tuesday., Mr.. and Mrs. Mack Jordan and csurteity of Mr. D. O. Stewart en- 000,000 through reduced time, ping the major shipments of green Next Sunday morning has been M

; sons of Jacksonville were guests Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Ray, Mrs. E. Joyed an Informal dance, at, the I shortened distance, reduced Insur- beans six cars going out last week set as the time when an offeringwill

Col\ and Mrs. D. E. Knight werein of Mrs. 0.. J. Griffin Saturday. S. Matthews. Miss Amelia Ray and pavilion Helen Flor-I ance and operating expenses. Each week will see other sections be taken for the Children's
Misses Jo Wilson
Jacksonville Tuesday. Mr. Olin White were guests of Mr. Construction of the canal, It Is beginning to ship and by Novem- Home Society of Florida, Jacksonville -

Sheriff! W. J. Epperson attendedthe I and Mrs; IL C. Richard In Palatka ence and Mr. Jack King last arrived Wed- said, Is the most Important projectever ber 16, the movement should not in the Christian Church '

Peter's Gun Shells. Get our furneral of Sheriff! Hagan in Friday afternoon. at Camp-of-the-Palma and are busy getting thingsIn presented to the people of only. have' become heavy but also Sunday school. Every member of

before buying. Smith's Service Palatka Sunday. nesday Florida. Its consummation tremendously quite general the church is asked to bring or
prices order for the winter season at
I Station. 10-31-6t. Among those attending the would contribute to the send a liberal offering.! Come. W. u

I Mr. Fred Hutchinson of Rut- Florida-Furman football game In the camp. Mr. and Mrs. Tlbblts development of all sections of the Fort Pierce Installation of E. Daugherty. a
In December.
Gainesville Saturday were: Mr. are expected early state. new fuel pipe) \ line from local dockto
Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs. E. ledge, Ga., was the recent guest of ,
and Mrs. W J. Epperson. Senator Mr. J. E. Larson. Mrs. Wilson Palm Beach New '
West -
motored fuel storage plant at power ramp
M Johns to Glen St. MaryMonday. Mr. and Mrs.,W. G, Halle.Mr. Gertrude
and Mrs. E. M. Johns, Miss Mary: Misses Mae Kennedy and house, nearing completion. from Flagler Drive to Florida East
Canova, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wall. Houser attended a teachers' conference VEGETABLE MOVKMKNT FROM to
railroad opened
St Augustine Local water Coast bridge a i
W. M. Wainwright spent
at Green Cove Springs Sat- FLORIDA GAINING IN VOLUME +
Mr. George Harneberger, Mr. W.
Mrs. W. E. Middleton and Miss' several days In Tallahassee this plant may change hands. traffic._ r
A. Bessent and Mr. J. J. Truby. urday. .n
I[Hazel Middleton were shopping in week. Monday was"clean up" day In Jacksonville, Fla., Oct., 24.- STEAM PRESSING COMPANY I';
Jacksonville Wednesday.
Both circles of the Woman's Keystone: Heights and when we Shipments of vegetables are beginning -
Missionary Society of the Metho- say "clean up". we mean "clean to gain rapidly and from now !
Mrs. E.,M. Johns was the guest Hogsed visited Jocksonvllle'
Kitty dist church will meet next Monday up" as one can easily see by the on the movement will be heavy. J. Frank'Thoman-Phone' 62
of Mrs. M. B. Herlong In Jacksonville Sunday. afternoon at three-thirty. The No- Improvement ,wrought, In ,the appearance Cold weather In the north will nat- } ;:

Thursday. ble White Circle will be entertained of Lawrence .Boulevardand urally curtail the supply from lo-

Supt. and Mrs..J. S. BUtch of at the home of Mrs. J. H. Hitch, other streets of the town. A cal sections and vegetables from I

Mrs. T. B. Maaste and Mrs. O. the State farm,- were In Starke with Mrs. Bitch and Mrs. J. F. Col- bevy of workers. Including, both this/ state In better da- /,>

L, Beasley spent' Saturday in Jack- Sunday. ley as hostesses. The Harriet men and women, started work at mand In all the northern markets. "

sonvllle. Peek Circle will be entertained at nine a. m., and kept steadily at It Last week In the Wauchula section .
Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight returned the home of Mrs. E. L. Biggs, with until late afternoon stopping only several' solid cars were, ship.. ,, "i
Senator E. M. Johns was transacting from to .
Thursday trip
i a- Mrs. Biggs and Mrs. A. Z. Adkinsas for dinner ab"noon, which was ped, cucumbers, peppers squash, \
business In Macclenny Mon- points In South Florida. hostesses.Among served by members of the Wom- and eggplant making up the ship-

day. an's Club In the clubhouse. ments. It Is said that heavy ship
Mrs. Mae Jones left Sunday for . ANDREWS STORE'2
those attending tlie 1 ments of cucumbers will be com-
after visit here with
Jacksonville a Starke-HIgh Springs football game NORTH FLORIDA LETTER ing on this week and next and that ,

A her sister, Mrs. W. E. Mlddleton. Friday were: Mr. and Mrs., C. A. CARRIERS MEET SATURDAY prices will be better as the western ",

CENT WORD Futch, Mrs. G. M. Slstrunk, Mrs. crops have been cut off! by the ,,
Mrs. Mae
Mrs. W. E. Mlddleton .
C. A. Knight, Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Macclenny will entertain the cold. ,Practically all shipmentshave

COLUMN I spent Jones Saturday and Miss In Madge Jacksonville Middleton Wall. Mrs. Junius Smith Mrs. J. North Florida Rural Letter Carriers been to eastern,markets and Announcing the removal of ,j

O. Robinson Mrs. O. M. Inman, Association tomorrow.
the Andrews Store to the
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, Mrs. The following program has been new

NO TRESPASSING, for rent for Miss Pearl Reddish returned to H. L. Brownlee, Mr. D. A. Mon- arranged,' beginning at fl, p. m.: location between the Gaiety 1-
Jacksonville Sunday, after spending
sale cards at this once tleth Mr. W. A. Bessent, Mr. J. J. Song. American audience; Invocation FLORIDATHEATRE '
time with her parents. Theatre and
some Canova's :
Truby. Mrs. N. Sternberg, Glenn but the Rev. J. A. Davis; ad- Store.

FOR RENT-Furnished apart- Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Reddish. McMillan, Frank Inman, Dr. G. p. dress of welcone, by' Mayor W. R. Same low prices will prevail on ''I.

ment, with private bath. F. A. Raymond, Supt. Grtffls Miss Es- n hod en. 'address byi H< E._ Ross
Scott. Starke. Fla. It* Have you seen the good $1.00 I telle Davis, Miss Hazel Adkins, postmaster; Jficltsonvllle; ,address GAINESVILLE FLA. our complete line of good mer't't
full fashioned hose at Stump'ITRemember
Miss Cleo Shepard Miss Leah president S. Lv Jones call to chair chandise. We. will be for
are guaranteed open
LOST Starke.
One in
Struth. Mary Brownies Martha President E. [..1> Landon8SO;+ : p. '
Finder will receive reward If too. Brownlee, Lois Adkins. Kitty Hog m. adjourn tot I Hotel Annie dining Program week Oct. 31 business the usual hour Saturday

same Is returned. C. A. Futch. sed. Vera Claire Robinson Lillian rooms for dinner! address by Con- -. -- -
i morning Nov. 1st.
of '
B. Herlong
Ue Dr. and Mrs. N. TODAY ,
Sternberg, June Smith. Miriam Jacobs gressman R. Af' Oreen of Starke. n,
of Sena.
Jacksonville were guests
Sarah Hope Haynes. Miss .
WANTED-Position as houseman, tor and Mrs. E. M. Johns Satur- Melba SIlcox Miss Leila Dea Andrews HYNUM PERKINSA "Half Shot at Sunrise"

handyman: or farm hand. WalterS. day. Miss Thelma SIlcox Miss
Simonton or A, II. Simonton, Daisy Tompkins, J. O. Alvarez.James Prayer I With @. 5iJ ; ,
Sheepscott, Maine. It* Congressman R. A. Green. and Lewis. Miss Ruth Stern- ( . . not my will but thine be and -- .. "
Woolsey Wheeler
N. D. Wainwright Jr.. left Wed-
berg Miss Patsy Brlnson, Wood- done. St. Luke 82-42.)
FOR SALE-Sheet Iron stove, S3. nesday for St. Petersburg on a row Ford, Joe Slstrunk Merrill Bring peace and comfort to my Star of "Cu'k_" .

cross cut saw fl, 3-burner 'oil business trip. I McMillan, Preston Pitts. W. T. heart. 0 God! Football Short New, Comedy
stove $3, lawn mower $3, bed Weeks Paul Raymond: Bill Edwards Yet chasten m.... Thou wilt, InvitationOur

springs and mattress $8, violin The W. T. Weeks Chapter U. I I Julian Peek, John Red- ,Not my will bat Thine be done, SATURDAYWarner

$10, etc. A. E. Dunham.TO D. C.. will meet Next Wednesday: I graves, Buster Kick liter; I*, A. Ca I Unselfish Father, who gave Thy
afternoon at three-thirty at the
nova' Miss Mary Canova Miss Ha- ,son .-* .Baxter
MY FRIENDS-I am doing home of Mrs. W. L. Wall. I leI Mlddleton Miss Annie Mae I My soul to save' from sin. store will be open Friday

hemstitching work again at my Pearce, Miss Clara Louise Peek, In"RENEGADES" evening October 31st from 7 to
home on Cherry street and I Mr. George Harnsberger of Center Murla Weeks Miss Loiselle Tur- Prepare, 0,God:LA., place for me; ,

will appreciate your patronage. Hill. Tenn., was renewing old ner, Woodfln Halle. Eternal life at home with Thee. o'clock, ,and ,during this time
Rate So per yard. Mrs. Pearl acquaintances In Starke Friday: ,)j' ot' Rest Jo* *ayf r e.n-ou1.1 Deed; '> A, picture of the French Foreign our friends ,and customers are a

Snyder: It. and Saturday. Kind Heavenly Father with Thee. I '
plead Legion invited to come in, and 'inspect'

PLANTS-Cabbage, collards, Ber- Mrs. O. L. Beasley left Wednes- VANDERBILT I'll follow thetway. that Thou wilt the store. This invitation includes y
muda onions beets and Iceberg day for Tampa where she will visit lead Monday Tuesday
I ; .
Cam Bell Norman, Cor. ,
lettuce; 600 for $1.00 1000 for her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. I Nestle me closely In Thy' arms of the spooks and spirits of

11.50, charges prepaid. \6000 for I Durden. love. Wednesday Hallowe'en. '

$4.BO, charges collect. Write' Mr. William Alvarez has returned Save my soul Q Father above .
for quantity prices. Bullock's Miss Lois Adkins and Miss Martha home from spending<< a few, Amen.

Plant Farm. White Springs Fla. Brownlee spent the week-end weeks down south. The above acrostic prayer: was AMOS&ANDYThe

1031U.WANTED in Alachua with Miss Martha Miss Nina Whitehead spent the written In memory, of my beloved
Hague. week-end at Lake Butler with h.r husband who departed this life Stars of Radio An added

TO BUY-Pine Veneer cousins, Muriel and Oline Whitehead Nov. 3, 192*. line to our store

Blocks twelve' inches and up in Mrs. O. H. Bennett spent the Mrs.iBynnm. Perkins. In that will be appreciated by our

diameter, fifty-eight Inches long. week-end, In Sarasota with her sister Misses Ida Mae and Edith Conner I '

Mast be straight grain free of Mrs. J. O. Turner. Edna Strickland. Messrs. Carl CARD OP THANKSWe "Check & Double customers is that of Fresh ?

knots. If interested advise best Sapp and Frank Norman motoredto Meats of all kinds. Our usual

Price loaded on cars at stationson Mrs. R. J. Davis and childrenare Gainesville Sundsy afternoon desirejo,: express our appreciation -

Seaboard railroad. Roux guests of Mrs. Davis' mother, Messrs. Wesley Barber Levy for ,the( many acts of specials will continued to be featured "

Crate Company. Inc., Bartow. Mrs. Ida Wells Tatum In Jackson- and Frank Norman made a business kindness shown us during our be- Check"ActTechnicolor and for this week we have

(Lake Garfleld), Fla. 10-3-Bt- rule' this week. trip to Jacksonville last reavement and for the floral of-

10-31.. Thursday. cringe placed pn the'grave of our Comedy-News some very attractive prices., +

__ Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Epperson Jofl'. M. Mann S. M. and M. R. son and brother We also wish to -'

GROW BULBS FOR US-Easiest and children of Jacksonville' were Whitehead made business trip ,to thank members of the Masonic and Thursday! & Friday Y.'

and most profitable bulb to guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Ep Jacksonville last Saturday.A Woodmen fraternal organisation. ;?

Krow. We supervise planting person Sunday. large bomber of young people Mr, and and Mrs. C, N. Cooper, "TOP SPEED" ANDREWS STORE

without charge and contract for from Wateroak attended Mr. Mrs.- Berne Morgan Plant City;

crop at fixed price. Mrs. R. Paul Knight of University of Paul Underbill's birthday party J. M. Cooper Mayport. ; R. M.Cooper With Starke Floridar 1y

W. Griffin Lane St., Palatka. Florida spent the week-end with last Friday night. All reported a Wlldwtkod; C. R. and Grat- Joe E. Brown and Ber- ,

Florida; supervisor for Pierce his parents. Col. and Mrs. D. E. very nice time ton Cooper .Etarke.;

Bulb Co.. of Orlando largest Knight.Mr. ' i nice Claire ..
distributors Fort Myers $516.000 Thos.A. Cocoa New Evans' Service
of Gladiolus bulbs 'tl
'In Individual cartons la the U. and Mrs. R. V. Alvarez' and Edison bridge over Caloosaha- Station. No. 2 formally opened' on ,REGULAR, PRICES 1G- Ocd < .\
8. 10-31-61-11-28. children of Jacksonville were '.ehee,Bay opened, here Dixie highway. a.. t. ,
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X I'i' repentence.2 Peter 8:9.: I The splendid program closet B. H. S. JOURNAL"The 111Ira... M"R.e, Car.Mra. .
with the Installation of the new of
Great Sun of Righteousness
Prayer- fleers, conducted by Dr. B. B. Big- Mabel Denmark ;
arise; Bless this dark ler, pastor of Flagler Memorial Staff" M. Vlning of and !"*
'. world with heavenly light church of St. Augustine The new Jacksoavu, wary
Tby word is. roof Date BT fed, BJ .li&hllIIlD ay palk-Puln 119:105.: November 0, 108O I officers elected were: Miss Luclll, Editor-in-Chief ________________ Milton Brownlee visiting hire Evelyn Crosby Boa

t Our Fellowship we walk In'' Mitchell. Moderator, and< Mlsi Assistant Editor ___________________ Hazel Adkins day.
: liTfti ? AH religious teaching claim light as he is In the light, we ________ Gary Overstreet Mrs. V. B.
tSHfPlUllUnUIIH dJFflUii: creed U they are to bmve any the Elisabeth KendrIck, clerk. Sports Editor __..- __.___ Wheeler ana *..
upon the love,loyalty and devotion of the people, must be In harmony with have fellowship one with another, Miss Ann Vandeverter, who rep Literary Editor ____________________ Muriel Silcox Tomlinson of Crestview coos .J
MM teachings of Jesus the Christ whose words fit Into every fold and crevice and the blood of Jesus Christ nil resents the Board of Christian Exchange Editor ________________ Annie Mae Pearce itlng Mrs. J. W. McRa9! Tues Hr'
J r SPAKE IS MAN 1:7.Prayer -
I.. John Church U. S. in Florida and Miss Newmans are spending If
i WEEKLY BEIW1ONETTB one of Jesus' disciples. And each : "My Shepherd Is beside Lena Smith of the PresbyterIan' Well folks, here we are again. to this class. The rings have the here with home oiks a few dell

time he denied it. "Ard the Lord me, And nothing can I tack" Church U. S. A., added much tithe We are a little late getting started picture of Captain Richard H Mr. and Mrs. 0. w
11 i Goers Law of Increase turned and looked upon Peter November O, 1030 program with Inspirational ad this year, but this is the first Bradford, for whom this count], Starke were visiting: Mr.Burn ?,
Luke 6:38.: Jesus said: Give And Peter remembered" "And My Sins-My little children, dresses. breathing spell that we have had.. and school was named. We fee L. Crawford Sunday. and M. .

t and it shall be given unto you: went out and wept bitterly." Have these things write I unto you, that Mrs. J. W Skinner of Penney This seems to be a bigger and bet honored that we can wear hit Mr. II. L. Brownlee was
when we have ye sin not And If any man sin, we St at B. H. S., and we have Image on our rings and sincerely] trans
food measure, pressed down, and not all of us wept Farms, Mrs. R. A. Greene, of ter year acting business In this section 8.7urday.
advocate with the Father that the graduating classes .
have an ot delayed In forming our news hope
Christ been .
' together, and running ov betrayed Augustine, Mrs Douglass
/< with a acene Jesus Christ.-1 John 2:1, 2. and club. But we are startednow of B. H. S. In the following years
bos The lesson closes Synodical Mr Floyd
the paper
'II 4 Itf', shall men give Into your Welr dale, were Crosby and Lot New.
'Iik'.baken Jesus resurrection Prayer: My Saviour, there la hope to worry you un to come will adopt this ring ae
,?-j;,, om. For with the same measure on Lake Galilee, after Presbyterlai officers present. and we man and Mrs. Beulah Kelley !
t :' that ye mete withal It shall be when Jesus appeared tc none other to whom I can look but The Christian Endeavor of the til the end of the term.. So be the standard. to Gainesville Monday. motored
' Measured to you again. seven of the disciples while they to Thee only. local church were under great prepared. The Seniors of 1930.31 are;: Mr. and Mrs. Newn Mott

) :''r Prayer: What shall render unto were fishing. Three times Jesus gratitude to the Woman's Club toe 0 Hazel Adkins, Thelma Andreu,, Hellbronn were visiting relatlr of
\\1 the Lord for all Ills benefit asked Peter, "lovest thou me," METHODIST the use of the clubhouse. TORNADOES MEET DEFEAT Milton Brownlee, Resale Colson, here Sunday
ol Peter declared that he did. TIME OF SEASON Alice Fernandez Merrill Futch, Norman
into meT I will take tike cup and FOR FIRST Mr. Wiggins of New
salvation and pay my vow unto Jesus said to him "Feed my Preaching every Sunday at 11a. Billy Graham, Emory Guy Henry River attended church here Sun-
I the Lord. I sheep." We see Peter boastfully m. and 7: 30 p. m. TRAIN SCHEDULE Bradford's Purple Tornadoes Guy Wilson Hayes Louis Hill,,

$' How was Jesus crucified An-i self-confident, deserting and, deny- Sunday school at 9:45: a. m. E. bowed to a superior team at High George Inman, Richard. Long,, day.Rev.. Stanley of nigh gprlnn
r swer, read-Matt. 27:26.38.SUNDAY I ing the Lord, bitterly repenting his K. Perryman Supt. Local No.1. southbound, due Springs Friday afternoon. Bradford Howard Miner, Gary Overstreet,, called alt the home of H. M. Me-
4 conduct, and forgiven by his mas Prayer meeting every Wednesday Starke. 11:11: p. m.' repulsed several attempts to Annie Mae Pearce, Curtis Round- Rae one day last week.
No. 11 southbound due Cleo Saxon, Muriel Silcox,,
7:30: p. m. Local score stopping the High Springs tree Mr. Clyde Burney of Starke
ter.His sermon at Pentecost, the *A cordial Invitation Is extendedto Starke 11:13.. m. team almost in the shadow of the Rachel Silcox, Henry Silcox, Evelyn to this section Monday, motored

"I r. SCHOOL :I Golden Text for today, and other you to attend any or all of Limited No. 107 southbound), goal posts. But finally in the last '' Strickland Willie Strickland,, Mrs. T. A. Crawford left for her
--Ii'"", t LESSON passages In the New Testamentshow these services. due Starke, 10:41: a. m. few minutes of play High Springsbroke Cleo Thomas, Bill Wainwright,, home In Jacksonville Sunday afternoon .
IIl' I how strong and courageous -* Limited 191, southbound due through and scored James Wainwright Ruth Williams , after spending

++, Subject: Simon Peter Peter afterward became in serving Starke, 10:36: p. m. The Tornadoes then attemptedto Kathryn Weest Lolselle' weeks here with her children.Mr. metal.
I .1' the Lord. Locals Northbound: even the count, but the breaks Turner Dora Manning. J. E. Norman and daughter
y i Golden Text: "Now when they I With all Peter's weaknesses and No. 2, due Starke, 5:41: a. m. were against them. Clayton Gywnn Miss Rosa Mae and Mr H H, LewiIs
'i saw the boldness of Peter and faults he saw clearly that Jesus Sunday November 2, No. 12, due Starke 3:05: p. m. star of the High Springs team In- "US SENIORS"The attended a prayer service at the
&t. Jobnand perceived that they were Nazareth was the Christ the as follows: Limited No. 108 due Starke reversed
; of tercepted a forward pass, home of Mr. and Mrs. J. N, No"",
;\1'a.; nlearned and Ignorant men they Son of God and our Redeemer. 10 a. m. Sunday school, J. M. 5S3 p. m.Starke his field and scored for the sec- Senior class held its first man last Wednesday.

,: I marvelled; and they took knowledge Truby, supt. and Wannee Branch: ond time in the contest. meeting on Tuesday, for the pur- Mr. and Mrs J. D. Dobbs ot
I of them that they had been 11 a. m. Morning worship, ser No. 101 leaves Starke 7 a. m., No.
I DAILY BIIILK HEADINGS After the kick-off High Springs pose of electing officers. The following Raiford were visitors to this sea
mon by the pastor. Theme "Wire- 102 arrives 2:40 m. dally ex-
I p.
f-, : with Jesus Acts 4:13.: using a set of bewildering line were elected: tlon Monday.
r Lesson Text: Mark 8:27-29; October 31, 10:10 less Messages from God. cept Sunday. plays, marchehd down the field for President-Milton Brownlee. Quite a number of people of ttu
Luke 22:31.34 John 18:26-27: / ; 6:30: p. m. Christian Endeavor. T. J. Griffin, agent.
; touchdown.
Humility and ExaltationHumble their third and last Vlce-PreBldent-George Inman. section enjoyed a birthday supperat
I g 21:15-17. yourselves therefore under the Topic Why Support the Eigh- They made the extra point good Secretary-Annie Mae Pearce. the home ot Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
teenth Amendment IIowT (Con- Mae Bus Schedules
: ,:, Topics In Lesson: Peter's recognition mighty hand of God, that he may and the score stood 19-0. Treasurer-Hazel Adkins. ter Underhill In honor of their
of Jesus as the Son of God; secreatlon meeting.) Leader, Miss Southbound-9:37: a. m., 11:37a.
exalt upon him; for he cnreth for Eldredge Robinson intercepteda son, Paul, for his 16th birthday
., '" Life boastfulness and warning; His you.-1 Peter 5;6. 7. Lucille Mitchell. m.. 4:07: p. m., 6:37 p. m., 11 tt High Springs pass in the second CHAPEL EXERCISES Rev E. E. Taylor of Dade City
, '' ; dental of Christ; ills repentance Prayer: "Glory laud,.and honor 7:30: p. m. Evening worship 40 p. m. quarter, and it looked as If he was visiting Mr. and Mrs H R.
l;: and forgiveness; His service In unto Christ the King"November song and sermon. Sermon subject Northbound-4EO a. m., 8:53: might get loose, but he was downed Lewis Monday night, also attended
Klckliter read
Rev. L. W. us a
I Christ's "Our Friend at Court"Prayer a. m. 1:53:: m., 4:23 p. m., 8:23:
,, cause. 1, 1O30( after a ten yard run. Robinson a prayer service In their home.
Proverbs and
meeting Wednesday at portion of gave us
Some writer's think that Peter The God of all Grace-The God p. m. played an excellent game *
"Had been brought up In an orthodox of all grace, who hath called us 7:30: p. nit Tickets and information atSmith' throughout, tackling and carryingthe a veryInteresting talk Thursday o'n Old Town Construction of
t Is, * A cordial Invitation to all our next tc morning in chapel exercises
, Jewish home and educated Service Station
yf unto his eternal glory by Christ ball like a veteran. combination filling station, grocery -
services extended to all. "How Our Body Rules as a King.
W in the Old Testament scriptures Jesus after that ye have suffered courthouse. Alvarez failed to get away for store and post office structure
. He Impressed upon us the necessity
In the synagog schools. He a while, make you perfect stab- any of' his usual long gains; nearing completion.
road to of being qualified for our work. He
\ early learned the trade of fishing lnh, strengthen settle you. To YOUNG PEOPLE'S PRESBY. Work on Elkton-Tocla neither did his running mate Bill : Daytona Beach Building per
also stressed that if we waste our
& en Lake Galilee His occupation him be glory and dominion for ever TERY start soon. Tlson. mits Issued during September totaled
Jacksonville New dormitoryat time In school our later life will i
: encouraged roughness In the and ever.-1 Peter 6:10, 11. Captain Inman and Howard $43,660, bringing amount
man, and * he must have been Prayer: Lord God, we rejoice The Young People's Presbyteryof Duval County Parental Home .Moore were the mainstays of the be a failure. We enjoyed his talk I for year to $301,624, according
In the habit of using hard Ian that Thy grace Is ever sufficient. Green Cove Springs District officially turned over to Duval line, breaking up many High very much and are always gladto Geo. F. Cash, building Inspector.
have him with
imtge as many modern sailors are. November 2, 1W3O met In Starke, Saturday, October county. Springs plays. Howard Miner who us. Eustls Macasphalt Corporation
''u, lie was a hardy, rugged man with God's Arithmetic-And besides 25th at the Woman's Club house Macclenny Contractors rushIng has been out for a couple of weeks of Lakeland, received contracton

4 great powers of endurance. lie this, giving all diligence, add to with one hundred delegates pres- work on new high school with an old knee injury Is back ,. LATIN CLUB bid of $9,497, for resurfaclnj

&; was open-hearted and probably your faith virtue; and to virtue, ent from St Augustine, Crescent building. and looks promising at. right certain streets) In city.
:,J: ..d a greater Interest In simple, knowledge; and to knowledge, City, San Mateo, Wlersdale, Green tackle. i The Inter Noa club met for the

ik' Informal worship than In the ritual temperance;r and to temperance, Cove Springs, Penney Farms and The Tornadoes have no regrets first time Wednesday afternoonand
forms of religion at the tem patience; and to patience, godliness Starke and visitors from Jackson nor alibis to offer they say that elected the following officers::
l, pie. lie was much interested In their wives I President-Jean Laird.
; and to godliness, brotherly ville. The pastors with the strongest team won.
,/ii, the open air preaching of John k.lndneBI."and, to brotherly kind- accompanied each of these groups. I B. H. S. lineup: SecretaryMary Brownlee.
the Baptist and was attending that ness, charity.-Peter 167.: The business' meeting filled the Sternberg RE Chairman of Program Commit-
;, preaching when Jesus found him. Prayer: Our eyes Lord see dimly morning hours, after which a delicious Miner RT tee-Hope Haynes; I
; . He was one of the first four till they are annolnted by faith. luncheon was served by the O Brownlee RG Our first study will be the "Life'

men to Join Jesus" November II. IDJIO: ladies Auxiliary of the local Inman G. (C) C of Virgil"
Just before today's lesson Jesus ) The Scripture-Knowing this church. WATCH Graham LG .

had fed the tour thousand and firat I that no prophecy of the Mr. John Powell led in the singIng Moore LT NATURE STUDY CLUB
,. then healed a blind man a Beth- I Scripture Is of any private Inter- or pep songs during the luncheon Wainwright LE e"THE
; t _Ida. pretation. For the prophecy came hour. lie also rendered two Robinson, L. P. QB The Nature Club of the eighth e
Then the lesson starts, "And not in old time by the will of man: beautiful solos at the opening of Alvarez RH grade held its first meeting at 3
) Jesus went out, and his disciples, but> holy men of God spoke as they i the worship service which was REAL ESTATE Tlson LH o'clock Wednesday, Oct. 22. Officers -

;I Into the towns of Caesarea PhilIppi were moved by the Holy Ohoat.3 .- conducted by the group from St. Robinson E. FB were elected as follows: TO LOAKIN
: and by the way he asked his Peter 1:20; 21. Augustine In the afternoon.The Helen Mer ereau. president.
,ti disciples, saying unto them. Whom Prayer: "God In the gospel of local society gave the Missionary SENIOR CLASS RECEIVES James Holllngsworth, vice- THE
H"5 do men say that I am? And they Us Bon Makes His eternal councils play "Broken China" At RINGS president.
answered, John the Baptist: but known." the close of this Dr. G. H. Lowry t.IItr Louise Snyder secretary-treas WAHTADS
"'ij some say, Elias; and other. One November: 4, 1030 called attention of the Associated On Friday of last week the Seniors urer. a
of the prophets." This Is still the The Longsuffering LordTheLord Press report of the day of the of B. II. S. were the proud receivers A program committee was chosen -
\ great question to be answered by Is not slack concerning his conversion Into the Christian of their rings. These are and then the officers made a
..t all peoples, churches, congregations promise, as some men count slack church of Chiang Kal Shek, president the reward of their earnest four)' speech. As there was no more
.y, and even church members. ness; but is longsufferlng to ue- of China showing that Chris year's labor, and indeed a credit I' business the meeting adjourned.
i None of the peopple had given a -

.It'::11: correct Elijah and answer.the. prophets John the were Baptist all MAIN THING ON lS'rREET" By L. F. Van Zelm I I I.t.

'f{, good men but they were not the

\IS. Christ. They were only messengers
foretelling his coming. HE" feLLA'3,

ii!. Then Jesus asked the Individual T j ut"f!; Jttz: CHICK"( e I
.;t. direct question which la put to \ HEm COMEt M
."i 7 each of u*. "But who say ye that MAIN STOEET'5LEAPIMO s h L KOLR OLD MAN '
1 am?" Each man, woman, boy', MEW6PAPCQ.: 'pNAT tVER E1LOW ''SHOOP !/ i I
j_ aDd girl must, for himself, or her- GOES GIP MUST ejp4

-1 Mlf. answer this question. A refusal KIDS 60CHESTNUTTING coMlii DOtlIN 1 _
to consider or answer It is a:
..:. denial of Christ. The lesson says, j IOOKCT fA
..t "And Peter answereth and salth M'T THAT '

:".3: alto him. Thou art the Christ." A MELL ,, -j'
/}} Peter's answer, as recorded in \r : r P '
n BUNCH e ...Ye. we4,. '4 r Os
',1" Matt. 16:16. is "Thou art the TNta KIDS FROM: u .
Christ, the Son of the living\ God." MAIN ''STREET ',t They are practically the same an 'CIR FIRS( T oN F'HBAVEMS G'EE


;; The lesson now passes to Luke -
I: U, when Jesus had Instituted the t'ICTNER'3 lC
Lord's supper, and declared that MANY A '

',>1; he was to be betrayed. "And the PILLOW CASt WA'3 t M t tJhrrll \ 9 u 1COMMAMD1ERE
,',t'< Lord said Simon Simon behold, Je \ t" i a .

; '' Satan hath desired to have you rwu elViu f1 .a .. w t c
!'y fr that he may sift you as wheat: But el 11

I have prayed for thee, that thy ,-; '-. '--DOROTHY .
fri:' faith fall not." .

i' Evidently Jesus regarded Satanas DARNIT .. Charles McMu7W14ER
a personal evil spirit In Job

1:6-12, God spoke to Satan as a ____ unu___ -1
personal spirit. Satan was seeking -
the downtall ot Peter, but Jes- [ HAVE VooOEKM ? rrwASJuvr / TMtY STOP P to V/ORK OrJ... IT I W8 OOMT I KNOW HOW TO KEEP
s' M was making "Supplication" for ? \ | OVER LOOKIMAT "I'M THE ARCHITECTor THE TOP FLOORS FROM _tOURNU4C.IP DoN T OOiLOTliE


i But Peter was over-confident, (julLpel' THEY1iEPUTTIN' 010 OH
and said "Lord, with thee I am UP' WHAT
SToIa r
ready to go both to prison and to THEY
death." But Jesus knew Peter FoR?

better than Peter knew. himself,
ad said to him, "I tell thee Peter M1

the cock shall not crow this I
day before that thou shalt thrice
deny that thou knowest me" F'RE'C.
Shortly after this Jesus was ar- 1
rested and taken to the palace of

the high priest for trial.
,: "Peter followed afar off," and
j was admitted to the palace yard. ,t
L ,And when they had kindled a fire
Peter sat down among the servants
and witnesses While there Peter
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RD BERRY ACREAGE Winter Park Winter Park For Secretary of State of the Stateof Cox H. :J. Paul A. Thmle, Rudolph R. Chandler ham Edmond flare. :John M. Prevatt Parrish Lewis I. J. LJ

IN PLANT CITY Pharmacy luncheonette formally Florida. Crew A. A. Prevatt Sen la Tear Catherine Clark Canada.eamss_ Johns Inman. A.O. H. Phillips Cha. M,

opened. For Two .Justice of the Supreme Crawford B. 8.! Prevatt. Kltile Thede. Ola Chandler S. S. Jones. D. C. Prescott Loul. Co 1
Court Durban. Davlel Phillip David L. Veal. Stacy Coleman. E. M. Johns, H. I.. Prescott Julia C.
[ Although Cocoa Office of CanaveralPier of the Slat of Florida. Dinkins Cha A. B. Wood. James w:
City Oct. .- For two Railroad Commissioners Prevatt Coleman W. W. .Jackson! Andrew Quigley, Minnie BLClara. .
plant the forth- and Fish Co.. located on Harrlsnu of the State of Florida. Dlnkln. Annie Parmenter R. tTleyPrevatt William. M. W. T. O. Johns. r. B. Quigley. J. T. )
Lent prospects tor Dixon\ W. K. V. Ronnell Wilkinson Easter Chase. Lalla R. Jones. Dave !Robinson Miles .
One Member of the House
[ et of
opened for season P. J. William. Lucy
L. Prevatt C. ,
Crosby Colley C. Jones, Frank Robinson Harry
in this secI Representative of the Jlnkln.t I
Calif strawberry crop Pompano Pompano Theatre State of FlorIda :}. M. Prlnarle, C. A. William Henry Card E. D. Jones .J. T. ttobinson W. 3. v+ ',
I UeSue, Chae.Durban. Prevatt Bullle Wilkinson TowseyWilkinson Carlton Fred Jon. R. A. !Rhoden Levi
in q
7ears.aD ,
are the brightest win ....1&11 new equipment.I I For County Surveyor.For Kstelt Perkins. Ola Mae Martha Clarke. Mre. Louise .1ohn. E. Robinson .1. C.

becoming- more acutely Three Five County Member Commissioners.For of the Dlnklns. E. W. Pearce, Josephine. Wllklnaon BryantWalnwrlahtJruby Crosby. Mn. 1. K. Johns. PI..,. F. Robinson Vera 1. .
ID la Board County Edwards Wm. It Porter O. C. L.Wllkerson. Card Jennie Jobn.. Ella F. Reddish C.rrl. K A'
every day In a large num- NOTICE) OF ELECTION' of Public Instruction. Edward., Mamie Lou Phillip, Debbie we. J.
i ded During the last two For Justice of the Pean In and Edwards: Mr*. M.,K. Phillip. Mr*. :B. A. Walnwrla-ht.. O. W.. Crews. Wesley JOlle..IAda D. Rltt'h. 8. e. "
L of /"elds. for the following Justice District, Eunice . 8. Pell, J. D. Wainwright. James H. "h.llhl.r. O. W. Johnson Jam. Robinson J. P. a
growers have been To the Sheriff of Bradford County, vi.: Cheshier 3. D. Johnson D. J. Itys.. Henry .
MIl' most of the State of Florida: No. l, '. 1. Raston, James Previtt. Mr*. R. M. Well B. B. Cheahler Mr. fettle Johns. TM 1. iteddlsh I. S. .h
teed to water plants which are Be It known, that I, K. A. GRAY For Constable In and for tile following Futch. Geo. L. Raularson R. James Woolen, W. C. Cason 0..1. C. Johnson Wm. N. Ritch. Mra. Jennie 1 1'1' ,
lnT out. Secretary of State of the State o1 l Justice District, vi.: Futch. Robt. 1L' Reed J. R. Well Mae BlirK Carroll n. 8. Johns. .;.ar.. E. F. IUck.nbak.r, T. D. ,i
( let Florida da hereby give notice thata No. 1. I, 6. ,. Futch. B. J. Roler James: Wooten. JessieWllkeron Carroll: Margaret L. Jobn. Mrs. Lavy Smith J. I. <
I Already the largest acreage ever In Testimony Whereof I Futch. L. H. Reddish Calvin H. I* Darby A. M. King E. 3. Stephenson. Henry )I "
Futch. Beatrice Enoch :J.Reddlnv Wilkinson, F. D.
Hlllsborough U In. GENERAL ELECTION' have hereunto set
in East will be held. In braarord County band and affixed the great my. Freliro, Dom Henry 11'. Wainwright, Mr. O. W, Davis. T. D. Kite, Robt Sullivan' R. B. ,. .\c
Lured some to be an Increasef State of Futch Mrs. Martha Reddish. Volley R. William. Chas Davis Ellen Kite, Lester Strickland Charlie ",
by Florida on Tuesday next (Seal) the state of nover D. .1. J.
Klle David ( ) Sutherland
Idalat the Grim. Enoch Reddish, Drew Young. <>eo. F. i
over last year. A succeeding the first Monday In No- Tallahassee, EII.ab.tb ;
cent Iees H. King N. T. Strickland Myra
60 per number of acres ad- 'bb'ln-t D. 1930 the said Tuesday Capital this the twenty- Clrltlla John B. Rosier Jam** M. York., W. E. Derby Ids L. Knigt, Julia Smith W. n. )i "I P

third day of August A. D. N. Simmons J. 1.Dowling .
Demorset R. F. Kendrick T. ,
( )
ITonal In If weatherIndltlons FOURTH DAY OF NOVEMBER 1110.
will be put E. 3. Kendrlok Martha I Smith I.. F.
are favorable as there Congressional For Representative. District. of the Second R. A. GRAY Adklns. Andrew Z. Edwards Alice Osborn 8. R. Davie. H. J. Kite. Ben Stern. W. A. :i
of the State Secretary of State Donn ally I. A. Knight 'frs. N. V. Stern F. C.
number Wares, J. M. Ellerbee. J. F. Overatreet, Cha s7
of Florida In
sizeable o) the Seventy-Second To W. :J. Sheriff Bradford
L to be a Eppereon. R. N. Kite F. A.
110wlllltr. Sweeny
Mid CnnRrres of the United States. County .-g- Austin Hansford Futch. C.! A. Osborn Myra B. W. B.Alvarez .
I t-to-m
for setting. Davis Lucille T. Knlllht }L. V. 8we..y. Ida H.
f..Blants now ready J. W. Franklin! "Sam. E. Powell, Hoh..rtAndr.w. '
has been ., A. M. Flume, F.! F. Powell, Luther Cf. Dial B O. Kahr Chri.tine Smith Georgia. Little Y''
I Thus far the season Alvares. R. M. :Jr. Forsyth: John Powell. Luther C. n..mor..t. W. 0. Kahr A. I.. Jr. Sullivan C. ..1.Dyal. .
Lai with the exception of the Alvarez. Alonso L Flume tl.rdl. Peek 8. L. B..rrlan Lee ''ft. I.. Sullivan
Alderman T. J. Futch Verdla 8. Prevatt. R. R. Evans O. W. Lee L. E. Stansbury O. E.
Ld of rain and most growers reIrt Austin Jane Frasee, Ann A. Price J. 8. Edwards D. 8. Ladue Wm. Smith, Mr. Willie l3AEnsey

excellent prospects. Reflec- LOOK FOR THE Adkln., LoisAMerman Frasee J. L. Poppell. J. H. Cha". R. Lord'!. Eva n. Struth' Wm. H.
Ae the swing to a greatly in- O. W Flanna..anb8. W. Poppell. Nancy. Epp.raon. W. :I. Lord J. 11. Spencer, R. W.
of Alderman, Dora : Powell Eppeprson 11. Langford Alice 1'1111". C.
Lssed acreage is the plan of one Alvarez, J. C. Franklyn: Sam Prevatt, F.dward". Josephine. Lewis. Mr.. Lillie S. Turner Mary E.Epperson 1
south of this city to have .., Rufus O. Oardlner. :, Oeo. A.Orlflln Peek. Myra D. W. .1. Jr. Lewis it." O. Taylor Josephine !
rower IMPRINT Alvare. Lucia S. Tho*. J. Park., W. B. Forsyth W. J. Lewis. Hoannle E. Thoma. J. 8. +x.. ti
etween 60 and 60 acres in ber- Alvarez, Annie Green Arch H. Powell John II. Finley :Joe 1..rllr.n. H. E. Underhlll. 3. I. d
while another la Alderman. Maybell: 11'. Ooff. Richard Pattee, Fred J. Fernandes. Eva 1:a I".r.r.n.. I\Ir.. D. 101. U.low John .
leI this season ......."...." reeve. .u.. Abernathy. In. Oreen BtmJ.Ouyon I. Pattee, Fannie E. Fsrnand.a. Isabel Manning J. C. Ifglow, Loul.. B 1 i
.. setting out what will totalJo Alderman. Mont Lewi Prather W. C. Feeler. W. A. Mitchell Henry Jr Underhill Albert W'q)
Acre and two-acre Alvare, )an. Green. N. D. Power. J. W. Feeler. Olivia 8. W. Matthews 1'']. 8. V..rn.... A. V.
Alvarez. Halford Green Eddie Park. Ethel. IV Forsyth H. Morgan, ), W. Vining I. D.
growers of last year have in gen-, ON ALL CIRCULAR ADVERTISING MATTER \nderon. Ida Green. Lorenso Phillip Henry Frank C. C. Morgan 3. A. Wilson 1.0mOrlm"

iral increased their plantings to I Alderman. Blanche Oreen. Wllll Pltser C. B. C. n. Mitchell Henry 8r. Wondward D. D. "j

four acres with the re- DISTRIBUTED IN BRADFORD COUNTYI' Andreu. A. U.Alvare Green. Adam Pullum Dean. Grime. 6I. O. Mitchell J. M. Wallace. John r
lree and *, Errol Green Jefferson Prescott Hiram Ur..n. W. H. Mansell N. W. Washington W. W
ult that never before in the his- I Tlalsden W. W. Green. Fannie Robinson, Jame. W Green R. A. Malphurs _.W D. Washington Anna + ,
has such a large Brownie. J. M. Orirfln, Lila Hoberson. Wash Green. John Monden wm. Williamson A. A.
Di7 of the crop Bryan, Philip F.. Grlffln, Maml E.Oreen. Hitch Jame II. a '
been set. Brown. Oliver Nelaon T. Royal, J. RHlKdon Orlm., 8. F. Matth.w.. Ida D. :I. I.
tal acreage I The imprint is the name of the firm by which Bessent. Wm. A. George. Emma C. .3. J. Green Mary m. Morgan Vida V. Wr.nn. ., One A. j i
the printing was done. It usually in small Bessent. Abraham Crime, John D. Robinson Richard Orlm... Z. Z. Malphurs. Jane D. W..odara. 8. Do .
Winter Garden Work started appears Brooke Albert. Orims, Georgian Robert, Wm.HlKBby. Trims, f'. A. Mitchell Carrie Wynn. JMary .
in Bryan W. n, J. N. Rufua Orlrn.. K. D. Murrh". Mr. Anna O. Wilson !. tit
n addition to building occupied print an inconspicuous place on circulars. Barnes, Jas T. Hunter Grim, S. A, Robinson J. P. nrlm". K. I. Mlddleton W. 11. W..k.. Mary F. iOrlon

Griffin Chevrolet Co. Balsden. Ada L Green L. J. lodll'er..30na.I1ronk. Eugene Middleton. Nolla D. Young. H. Lirltfle

y Plant City Trl-MI Sandwich The imprint of the Telegraph Press shows that .,.Bertha, Maud M. Grim Orlltls. Aneda Andew :J. Ray.Hitch Olive Isabelle 10.I1rownl.e. 0ooge( M.I\Ir.M.M. m. Marr lIf1ddlt't"n.0111. Madge Young Joung.. Jeanette H.. H. C. i

hop opened on corner of Reynods the circular to which attached was done in Brad- Brownlee a. Kllsabeth dribble, E streets. Gertrude. L re. L Ray Carrie A.
nd Marianna Work completed ford county and that the profit, as well as wage- JI.ael.Yi ida Lee Orlffln. Owen W Row, J. A.Register. Abernathy F. T. Murrhee. J\r" E. J. Storee. O.n.

Beasley O. L.Brlniion. Olllyard, W. M. Freeman Abernathy M C. E. J. .1 Lr
build- costs represented into local channels of circulation Murrhee Surrenoy n. W.
n Marianna Lime Products goes T. A. Hoover Jo*. C. Rltch }I. C. Brown A. O. Murrhee. Dewey. Starling' Harvey S
and helps the county. BI.-... El. L. Harrl. Jackson K Rhoden Matthew Dyal b. W. Murrhee Mr. M. E. Amlth. L. C.
ng. Bird Ernest IlaUlop Fred" C. Rooks, R.' M.Dull..n. Davie. J. n. Mcnwlrk. Jas Thomas. R. T. i il'nyal. 1
. J. J. Malslop. Wm. R. Rook, Dixie Marta. McKinney LJ. A. :I. Jr Waaden II. M. .
fiOTICB OF FINAL: DUCHAHOH Printing done elsewhere-that which carries Barnes, Dllla V. Harris, Wm. C. hitch, Evelyn Dyai Ervin MceCver. we. Wasden T. W. .
Brown Wm. Hornsby! Jame. Hitch J. H. Jr Dryden Ogden. I. f.. Wasden H. D..
Is hereby given that *.I"tyave other imprints or no imprints-takes money away Bailey John Harris, Sam Hr.Humphrey Rick, J. D. byai 1o.r.. P. M. Ogden Ella Waaden R. S.
Notice Byrd James R. 8, H".I"tert. Alice L. FolI'lI'. Ch..I..y Prln.I" R.
utter date hereof on to-wit; the3rd W. Ward R. B. Y
of December 1930. We. the from Bradford county. Bailey Mill Harrl*, Sam Jr. RIsTdon Lacy D. Graves. .1. A. Hoherts C. n. Woods. W. Jr. .
ndorollfned day executor' of the estate Barker, Hardy Hunter Asa Hlstrunk Strickland U. M. Jones. Mr.. W. J. Rodgers. B. F. Wadsworth O. p t" @
Brown Wm. HodaW. M. Ralford D.
t Alice our C. M.vouchers Hewke deceased and final will ac- Look for the imprint and let those who solicit Brown Millie A. Hoover Etta Sapp John II.Bllcox DISTRICT NO. a.-.MPTON rt
resent Brigham, Mary B. Hull. Marie K. David L
Honorable Oeo. A. Garner -
aunt. to County the Judge of Bradford your patronage know that you favor those who get Brown Henrietta Tlarnace :J. A. Sllcox. Walter Alexander. W. n. Haynes. Mary :I. Nlmmo Ada. '

aunty, Florida. for his approval their done at home.BRADFORD Bailey. Polly Hutchlnson. A. A. Stump Fred F, Alexander, J. D. 11.11, Lynn Hlmn". John W. }
nd our discharge a* such executor*. printing Bessent Ursula I" Harris, J. b. Scott F.. ARarkowitch A""m.. Marv Hunt, Mrs. P. D. Perry T. JAdkins .
This of October 1930. Mrs. M. Ifutto, L. 8. Singleton Stephen J. l5. Houser. C. L Pllte. 8. I.: ,
vv" H. BBRUKNT and Mullen Mrs. Ksthrlne n.1follln..eworl".lon-.W.H.t'I..pp.. Wm. Arannen :I. J. 11' Houser. Mr" M. A. Perry LurlndY'H.d..nb..u
MAE HEWK13 SEROENTl Barefoot Mrs P. M. Bundle J. H. Sllcox J. J. ... I. It O. 1. pr..vatltMr.. Mary I.
). <.5t-n-19. Executor. Barefoot Reacy Halle W. O. Strong R. O. Blacker, ':. B. Houser. { 3. F. Priest Mr., lIyrU.Ugll'
COUNTY Bla*. Nora Halle. Maude C. Swanborn, A. W. Is Jones. J. V. J. B.
LEHKS ANH INSPKCTOR9 GEN- Bobsln. L. E. Hoda-es, Stanley L, Stanaberry Dent A. Uruee. Josephine O. Johns. B. pr.vatti idella J.: ,
EUAL ELECTION Bockelman August llolllnajsworth W. M.Hart. Stern Harry Dirt C. A. Johns. L. O. Rodgers. W. R.

Bell Katie Ma W. H. Sllcox Blla S. Rrannen Mae Johnson Mack nuU.dlte; .1. N. ,
The board of county commlsslon- TELEGRAPHSTARKE Bishop H. A. Hantieraod, Simon Starling D..nJ. .3, l1u..e. Mrs, .1. S. 30n... Delaney Saxon .1. H. 1 I
re of Bradford county at their Bishop Nina, R. Irish E.) I. Susser. BenBncklnirer Brown T. 11'. John.on. J. F. Smith R. J. 1Redenbaugh
eating held In Starke on Monday, Bryan W. M Inman Vonda B. R. W. :I. W. Johns. Mr. Minnie Slade. Wm.
ctoher 6th, the follow- FLA. Mullen, Beatrlc Jenkins A. O. Hlstrunk, Clara D. }Brown W. N. Jackson W. n. Smith J. T. 1
,ng clerks and inspectors to .erv* at Broaky Ruth John., Corley Scott Laura H. ilohn John Johnson Mr.. J. F. Sullivan Josephine
he general election to be held at Rlockor W. RBumrarner Johns E. M. Stump Eva W. Srown' Zack Johnson D W' < eo. W.
he several precinct within Brad- Marvin D. Johanson p. August Smith Beatrice. O. Clark, Stevs Jones, 'lfempy =:::'n..11t i
nrd county on Tuesday November Buckley Henry Johnson, Jee Sapp Leona O"rd.t:! A. A. Johns. I. A. Aa"n., ILV. I
the NOTICE Rat), C. B. John., F. R. C. Sapp, Jake. 8. Dyal u. D. Johns, Mr. f.. A. Toney Jones ,
Precinct N*. 1. I..wty Brymer. A. John.. Thelma E. Smith, B. H. burden' Lavinia Keen, J. Taylor M. ,
O. H. Pearce, clerk; Jame Rosier Notice la hereby given that the following described land will be sold Battle Rogers Johanson Anna K. Sllcox, jMtnes L burden Oussle uf.rrwm.. Tucker:. ;: 1. i
r A. Howe and R. ,A. Blanchard at public auction on the FIRST MONDAY IN DECEMBER 1980 It being Crew. A. 8.CummlnxK John., B. R. ,Smith Ja*. F. Dicks. Mn. Mary Kalchseuter I. n. Thomas. A. O. I IDyai j

nupectors. the let day of said month, before the courthouse door at Htarke In Bradford Charlie Jones, Robert P. Selen. August Mr". Tho. Kennedy, Robt Williams. A. M.
P..ln.t N.. 9. N. 6terke county, State of Florida or" *o much thereof a* will be necessary. Chase David C. Jr. Jenkins, Perry B. Bapp. Blery Ford. R. D. Kennard. J. n. Williams. A. B. 1
V. A. Scott clerk. ; Oeo. C. White to pay the due for taxes set opposite together with Crews, Joseph Q.Colley Johns, Maggie; Saul' J. A. Fort DnrllY Kennar". Mrs. :I. f. Watterson M. fa
K. 1. Thoma. and Aubrey. Moore InC the cost of .:.rg\:;\. and advertising. C. A. th''tT..T: Collector. John..1'_ Jon... J. T. Hwtnyer F. O. OrBln! W l.lving.loe John Watterson, J. W.
(Crutchfleld. Charlie Jones L. O. Boutherland J. 3, i : : n:
"* Irimn W I..ter. J, S. William.. A. 'B. ,5
Pr'rrlne* Wo. a. S. Stark Deacrlptle Taxes, Conner, L, L Johns, W. W. R. Haynes. O. .
j.I.r. :1 Mitchell Tony .
: : r' b-.n'J: Wee.t Belle
J L, Peek clerk; O. H. Bennett. A Sec. T R A Cost Cone, Oeo.Crosby. John, M. ltagan. T. M. Mosley' Walter Wainwright LUlie K- '
r. Anderson and J. W. Andrew. W. T. Jones, Fred Q. Shiver.. Mrs, Hlnah M. 11..1W.. \ n. Manire Mettle Williams J., z
r.. inspectors.Pr..Inet. Lots 11 14 Block 23 Temple Chase, A. L. John, R. C. Shiver. W T. Mall H. 11. W. U. L.
W*. 4, GrafcamW '* addition ....._____28 e n Lois Peek Ferryman ___oS .11 Cooper. C. N Chugs Charlie B. Hternberg N. (,. E. May Ma"w..IIL C. '. 'Wynn Wynn L I.; J.A. I
T. McEver clerk; 8. T. Thom Lots 8 9 Block City Park Conway J. E. Knight, D. E. Hternberg. Oussl H.rr..r.. E. Mast. Ada loula \ g
a.. Chesley Fogg and H. M. Waadln Sub division l --ck-ii28 < 22e Lot Peek Ferryman ___ 1.81 Cady Guy C. Kelley. 81mKlckllter Thompson J. 8. Hall A. C. Mast Paul Wynn Wynn N. 10.

Inspector Lots I S 12 13 lT Cooper Cha. R. :Ja.. r. Thomas, .J. R. 3. n. Maxwell, Mr.. Ida Watterson Mr.. I.
Prerlsjrt No. e. 11..t. L. T. A Co'a addition __28 22 C. L. Peek _____._____ '.68 Canova Runic C. Kite James Br. Truby J. M. Harper. Annlce McDonald A. A. Wiggins. H. D. Mary
J. E Adklns. clerk L. O. John, Lot 8 9 10 11 12 Block 23 Crews, Mary A. Knight, Carl A. Thoma, Edgar M. Houser J. F. McQruder J. H. .
Jake William and, J. J. Brannen. Inupectors. Temple's Addition ______28 < 22 C. L. Peek. _____._, ____ 7.89 Conway. Barbara E. Klckllter L. W. Thomas A. J.
Lot 4 5 8 7 11 Block 27 Clark II.abetb Kersey General I*. Tyler 'J.I A. DISTRICT NO. e--orlllilREIlSA
Precinct N*. ., Tbereasa Temple's Addition -28 6 22 C.. L.., Peek ...-_______ n.03 Chase., Rosa J. Knight, Nannie I* Tyson John 1
A L. Sullivan clerk: Neal Young Lot 2 2 Block 23 J.: D. Cummings John A. Keller Della M. Oat Alderman, n. :1. Vinson O. W. N..I. Oeo. O.
blood J. P. Padgett and S. R. Swln- Jones Addition _________28 6 12 H. C. Bitch ?.________ 23.08 (Colley Lydia Klckllter Maria Tomas, Herman Alderman H. O. HelberIrer n. C. .1. P. ;4i
One lot fronting on Broadway Crew. Maud D.Corpenlnir Alderman Sullivan
del, Inspectors Knight Clara Mae Tyson WmThoma Nellie Hall Madison! A.
Precinct' No. T. New River street bounded N by J. W.Corpenlnr Klmhall. Mrs. S. J.Keeaee '*, Edna B, itrinson M. M. Herer R. M. "Sullivan C. .,
O. W. Andrew, clerk; D. W. Kelly. old county Jail S dh land Hulda B. A. W. Tlson. Etta 8. Bolt .I".. }tall. W. II. 8wlnd.lI. S. n. .
B. F. Renfro and S. C. Crew. of M. L. John' known Crews, K. T. Kelley Frazier Thomas, Wm. 1* Unit 1., Hall John Sullivan A. L
Inspector a* Kachelfofer place __28 6 22 Robt. P. :Jones ______:-_ 15.04 Christy C N. Lewis, Harry !". J. F. Dodd Lillian. 1I..n.. Ida Smith iIJ. A.
Pm-lne If*. 8. Brooker Clark C. }I. Luke, Jim O. z'a-R':: II.: PleklneonJ Mrs. J. H. .Jon... W. A. Priest S. 10. +
J J. Morgan clerk; M. P. Mat- (Clark Lurlna U Lee, Cha*. Taylor Josephine. Fortn.r, tl. E'. Jones. Mamle Trle.t T. R. 'I ail
thenyE. M. Hasan and C. S. Kelly. Clark R. F. Lewi, B. J. Thoma., Frank. Orln..r, .1. R. Jr May 11. D. Wallace Tom N w
Inspector. NOTICE] Crosby. Lester A. Leach I. L. Thornton. W. :K. Griner. Ida M. Moore. n. W. Ynungbiood( C. A.. .t

J. O. CREWS Notice I I. hereby. given. that the. following; described land. will be told Conner. Jas. L. Lewis. Emory C. Tappen E. C. lelger. F. C. Moore lI'lor.noe Younll'bloocl.r Mary KOrlner. .
Chairman Board of County Commissioners at public l U I FIRST MONDAY IN; NOVEMBER 1930. It being Conway 11)) F, u>,. Lewis Jeff Tappen.. Emma K. A. May, slay Z..I..I.r. J. .I.
:13nmhn ; J..1. TCadle. .
. Bradford County Canova Lloyd D. L.Le Tyson Sallle
the 3rd day of before the courthouse door at In Bradford L. '
I Attest) .Florida county State of Florida or IIU much thereof a. will be necessaryto L. *, Matilda M. Thoma., Mallory DISTRICT NO. -NIIIW RIVER ,.
U. W. ALDERMAN the amount due for taxes set opposite the same together with the Courtney 8, Long Cornelia P, Thomas, Eva) May
Clerk 10-10-4t-10-Il. cost pay of such sale and advertising C. A. KNIGHT.. Tax Collector Cowart J. J. Ixi w Is, Worthy A. Thomas, A. W. Andrews. (I. W. Celley D. W. Renfrne E. D. (I.. t
Canova, L. A. Long T. T. Thomas, F. F.Tllll Andr.w.. 1" A. Kelley Abraham Sapp M. :I. .

MA9TKR' NOTICE OF SALE Tames, Crosby O E. taunt Harry H. ., .J. 8. Andr.wa. Mary Kelley Johnson Sapp R. I. 'e IAndrew.
Description 8.... T R A Owner Coat Crosby, Floyd Llndsey, W. R. A. C. 111. Kelley. Harrl.t "t.rrlck.. S. :r, ,
Clark. Ll..l* L. Lewis, M. L. Thomas:; J.: B.' Adams. C'eril Kelley. 11'. It.. flt.rrlck.. J. J. t
Hereby notice I I. given that under NWU EM of 8W34f6 7 10 140 Mrs. L. V. Dowllng ,,.-.UU.IIN Crosby W. C. Leach Otis B.Ixiwry Thomas, C. T. Andr.w" Mn. H.1I. Kelley Margaret Sapp m. A.
and by virtue of that certain final of NEM\ less I Acre In Crosby Colonel A. Jeo, H. ITnderhlll. A. J. Drown tlhas. K.ll.y Mr... n. W. "Stewart T. C.
decree of foreclosure mad by the NB Corner for Church_..26 7 tO 7. Truman D. Dyal ___ ".U (Carter Cha. A Lewis. O. Kirk Weeks, W T. tuland r.. W. W. N. Slerrlcks. Ida
Judge of the Seth Judicial Circuit, W..RiJ. -1Cady Morgan, F, Wall. Wm. L.Walnwrlght. ro"'nj' T Moody.ub..y D. Stewart Laura ,
.rrl .1" : lnhn
In and for Bradford County Florida, Morris, N. D. Maths. R"bt. 8n"wd.n. Mollie
In Chancery, on the 18th day of Oct.A. LIST OF QUALIFIED VOTERS Carpenter David P Morgan Frank Williams, Kit Cr.", ., 8. D. Merritt n. F. Turner n. ... +
D., 1(30.In favor of the FederalLand Clark. W. 8. Moor, Leonard V. William. John Cr"wlI. R. C. Moody A. S. Thomas, Mr M.
Bank of Columbia a corpora- GENERAL ELECTION, 1930 Conway. Lacy Moore Nathan 3, William Cole. Tonel..r. Moody, Nat O. Thomas. Mr..
ton and against John Drowning, Davis Rllery I M., Matthi, Nelson White, ildw.. (Cleveland T. Matthews. Mary Turner Mary Eo Mary
.t al., defendants The undersigned BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA Davl. Ine Moore, Aubrey R. William., Hill W. Cr.w.. Florence Matthews 1', H. 1fmphrl.II Martin
al ale Special Master will offer. for sale I)rlser*, Ja*. W. Moore Barbara. E. Wall A. E. Cowan C. C.. Morgan ) Williams., A.
front of the Court House In Davl. J. M. Mitchell. O. E. Wlllfams. T. M. L Merritt F. M. Ella
Starke Florida during the legalhours Drummond E. D. Mitchell Eugenia C, William, T. 8. Johns C. A. ..11' Merritt Vlrll'lnla P. Wiggins M. P. \ u
of sale on Monday December D..l'lue.Wm.. M. .1ohn.. M. I.. d. C.
hi. and best DISTRICT NO. t-LAWTEYAndrews. Mote, W. 8.Mlnery Wainwright W. If. Molinna.p C..lla Wynn IoJohn.
bidder 1930 to the highest Bell, IaaoDavis. Henry C.Manning William. Nat .. L. M. Parnell Wm. D. Wright :lack j
for cash the following and being described In- John 8. Orlffls, John W. Rosier Berry E. Lewis A. W. C. Welch. J. P. John.. H. L. n.nlro.. 3. B. Wright Join. H. N. i
Bradford. property lying to-wit Anderson, 0.0. A. Oreen. James J. Rows John R. Dowlln Samuel 8. Marcua, Mike Wright. Elijah
The Southwest County, Florida of the Anderson, Eva nrltn, Richard C. ft :r.O: W. Dell. lienDeSue. Murrhee. A. F. White, Ceo C. DISTRICT N0 -BROOKER IAndrew
quarter .
: K. Kelley Mundy Wm. B. Jr Wainwright
Northwest Arwood. H B. Orlffl. Joe S. Mary O
quarter of the Northwest Arwood Nora P. Green, Joseph. 8. Rosier R. 8. DeBue, Samuel Mund,.. LeilaMontelth Wall Murla B ... E. n. Green A. L. Sr. Molt I.: 1\1'
Northwest the the Southwest of the Abraham H. N. Green. W. C. Roberts, Jewell T. Dixon J. S. Davis .A.Montelth. Whit., Noble Ray Andrews. JI'. A. Sr. Green Mr. r. A. Music J. M. ,MvtAndrew.
quarter of Maml Reddish, Russell Davis' Laura Tone Oaln..y. Mr" H. J. Melvin C. C.
quarter of the Northwest. quarter Anderson, John Orlm., A. Kathleen A. Will. Irene r
J. D. Redding, E. F. Lee Hudson A. Green 1. R. n. 3. I.
and the Southeast Ashford. Mandy Orims. Davis P. Morgan William.. Annie Mark.Yt
West half of the H. 1
Brown H.
quarter of the Northwest of Austin. Klssle' Gore C. B. Reddish, J. M. 01..". Lon C'. McCoy, Starling F. William., Amos lIa..n. (i. W. My..r.. 141I. D.
Barry O.
W. .
the Northwest and the north Anderson Robt. D. Hasaard. Louis Rowe, ClydeRhoden Dowllns" Dell It- MoDuffla, Henry: R. Wilkinson Lewis J. Hnd. W. 11. Molt O. J.
bait quarter Browning. John Hill Louis H. W. C.Rafuse. DUI Susie 7. n. Whit.. Ina A Baxter' D. )ta.en m. M. Osteen n. T.
of of the *
the Northeast quarter Brown 101' I. Mr.. arreli
( ) }( ij j
Southwest quarter of the Northwest Brown Ceo W. Harley A lonsoHodges. B. M. Dixon, Matilda1 McRae, Harley M. Winkler, E. A. Brown W. M. I. n. Prescott S. I. is
quarter and the South half of the Blanchard 0.0. W. F. C. Rosier A. B. Damon Menslla B. McNeil. J. 8.McRae. William.. Mary Brooker J. 11. IIa.en R. F. Plnhol.t.r T. B.
Northwest Southwest Blanchard Alansnn II.Burnett. Harrell J. L. Rosier CarlRobinson Darby, Annie H. Barney B. Wllk.rson A. J. Hasen Minnie Pad".tt. Il. P.
quarter quarter of Bverett 13. Hill Emma P. OeorgeStarling Dunham A. E. Magee, Ethel Wainwright Blanch M. Hrook.r J. O. Hayes. Mamie H. J>lnbol"l.r. I. W. I&.
tit Section of Twenty-eight the Northwest Township quarter Bradley Frank M. Harley Abble 8. Ames. M. Doyle lllldred O.' McRae, A. H. Wainwright N. D. Jr. Drown, r-I. C. Masan Mrs. H. E. Polk L. D. w7"

South Range Tw nt-two. Bigg'. W.. H. Ifarrell.. LucyHouston. Strong, Scottfltrong Dew Hart well A. Norman. .J. E. Ward W. r. Baxter, Mr. E. m. H.rr.11. H. O. S. C. I
: containing thirty acre more Blanchard Robert A. I* H. Robert Dauh.rty.. Ida M. Nelson O. T.Nevels. Whit. Cassl Colson O. B. Howard H. H. Plnholsler. Rosa
Is., Brown. Mr.. Minnie 8. Hllllard John Smith Alfred Dauirherty, W. B. " P. A. Hough H. L. Pinholater Annie
Richard Whltehead
3. U FRAZEE Box J. C. Hllllard, C. It. Swart, A. J.Burney Ellington Joha A. Norman W. H. Williams, D., Samuel D, Crews Crosby. F.. I. Hasen Mra. C. A. .....rrl.h. .1. II. .
Special Master.3ollclter Jessie Howell. T. W. Swat LeavyStarling. Kllerson Jame. Newman M. D. William. R. J. Wallle Hough H. Parrl.h N. 8. :J d
B M. JOHNS Blackburn T. T. Hood D. C. Isaac N.Starling. Elliot I Norman, Hiram I* Wood, Annie H. Crew.4 Cl.mon. J.J m. Jiasen AmeMrue C. Polk Mr. L. Do .4
for Complainant Blanchard Anna M. Harley, H. C. Josiah Edwards,.T.IIC. Nevll. Mary B. William. A. B.: Cone. 1.1111.. abbe. Mary F.. Padgett I. C.
_19.11.6t'll.33. Blanchard R. E. Jones, James Starling Steve T. Edwards, ES A. Norman F. M. Wood, Arthur JI..n, n. E. Russ. Vance "v1
Colon N. Alva
Blanchard Bell Z. Johns, F. B. Smith Albert A. Bdwards, RoyF.dwards Norman 8. J. William, Vandl B. Clarl... na'l."l N1 Luther O. Jr. Raln.y'j Eliza'Crosby .1
Brown. Mrs. Nancy Judd. O. W. Happ. J. Hhlpman Jos. W. Newaom Roy_ William, Louis CI.mon" I. I.
MASTER' SALE Bell M. J. Johnson J. W. Sapp Henry R. Kdwards. W. Mitch Norman F.. a. Wall. H. c. Cone Alvin Maas,. V. V. A. B. 1
Biggs, Martha E. Johns FI. C.Jone Sapp; J. H.Starling Edwards. If. L. Nettle. W. J. Yarbrough J. C. Cro.liy.Clyde Hod.... E. W. currency Alice IL K
tlc.fl.I CIV--; that; under and by Boyette D. J. *. Jim A. L.Strong Edward, Guy C,. Nettle. Roberta Dyai I).Wm.D. A. Jla..n. Alp" A. 11011'.11. 1:. W. !' '
" that certain final decree Brown Pervl Prevail Kin law, D. C. George Jla..n. Emery Stokes. N. O. 4. R
Dyal T. D.
on October 6th Blanchard Miss A. L. owery.. Jam* B. Sapp Georgia DISTRICT NO. STARKE3 (Sej ;bandH.nt.r.eI Z. Adklns Judge, Boyer Henry Luke, F. F. Starling, N. L.Starling Rval. Mr. T. D. Kelly C. S. Shaw n. T. "
L".ndtlat certain- foreclosure suit Berry, Ann L... WillLowery D W. Andrew., .J. W. Jr. Grime A. 11'. Matthew, Florence Edwards A. A. Kelley. O. C. Stokes. F. C. ;
In the Circuit Court of Crew E. L. Louis Schnell.! A. P. Andrews, J. W. Sr. Orims. R. A. Moor. N. J Y.llward.Lrolm.r W. 1ewl.. n. P. Tyler. W. trtl, 1
Bradford<< county, -Florida. In chanSI7' Carter Marlon D. Lang, Isabelle Schnell Eleanor Albert Richard Orlm., Rosanreen Motes, W. "n' Fowler, wo. LL Lewis. E. J. Thoma.. .1. D. ;'
ln Which' Alfred DeVote I* com- Crawford Elias 8. Loadholt, M. Luther Scheltlln. M. O, Allbrlght. Solomon Floyd Murphy Emi.. Fowler 1. S. Lopes Cynthia Thomas1L D. .
J i nt, and Arthur W. Toby *t Crews, Frank HLlvln..ton., W. H. Starling, L. R. Albert lI'red' Ollsson. Marlon Murphy C. II.Mansell. Fowler 11'. S. . C F. o. ."'': e
Liu '* attendant., the undersigned Carter Dalton Moore, Anthony Smith Carrie If.Starling Anders, Ada J. Hankerson Hlmoit Hannah Mu Oalney. H. P. Lewis, Amanda Thomas. Alfred :11
v.m 1.on Monday the trd day of No- Crew. Ella Miner ErneMrers Nelll Allen Nellie O. Haynes O. L.Holllngsworth. Moor, 3. M.Mead1. Green A. I... l.alyd C' 8. Warren W. n.
Aba starling W. J. Adam, B II. F. C. tZ Ielney.L n. laird. M... Emma J
A. D. 1ISO during the legal CI<' lon.. W. C. A. Waters. T. W. '
hoarser ""
sale, offer for and sell demons. John C. Moor.. Fred Strong Thomas Anderson A. W. Hemingway, F. O. McFashlon Ceaser Iainey. Mr. Manic Math.n. M. p. Wilcox T. SiR
to :::highest bidder fore cash In Crawford Robt. N. Moor. James IT. Smith R. C. Andrews, Nelle Hemingway Laura McKinney John A J. Ireen Gainey)Mr". Millie Morgan 1. Wat..r. J. QP. v
hoot Allen. Nelll Hamrlck Sarah f. McHae. .1. C.McKlnney t. H. Mott S. H.
of the courtKJSl Moor. Thomas J. Strong, Rebecca Weeks. R. A, g
South door of the Carter Chas. L. AlblnaAnderson Oreen. Done
Archambeault Holllngsworth Ida 3. J. I.:
| Moor Jam T. Forlst Volley Waters I. 11.
B Suber
Stark., Bradford county. Crawford B. Franklin L. Gatlin J. H.
the Moor, L ,ute Bell B. Strong, Bettle J (Sam) Haynes Hop M. McKinney, MelvlnNewsotn Math.n. 0111. Waters: Un. 1.. R.
D. :
following land lying CarmlchaeL John Osln.y lL M. It
II L.Brymer. B. .
10 Bradford to-wit IL Moor., Ifr* AdaMorgan Strong Enoch Brownlee. Hay**, W. O. B.Nichols. Markey. Tbo. 4
County Florida : Crawford
HandyBrocklngton Ho tz.ndorf, C. 0 '
W "Samuel
1C. R Strong Susie *
''f of Southwest quarter of Carter Sam J.Crowady ,
kenAea.t R. T. Ruby A. Odum. Frank
"OD.b quarter. of Sct.lon 22. Edd Mosley R.Moore Strong AliceThornton. Brown Jasper hales Jessie Park., Jerry STATE OF FLORIDA,
Wm. T.
usq. Nrtb P 7 half South of Northwest Ranee 21 East. Coleman.Carren P Oeo.J. Mott. ,N. C. Tlsdell. Peter Hours, L c. Hemingway Mr. II. P.Payne, Farrlck COUNTY OF SHADP' RD:
';r' asd Southeast of North Cooper J. B. Moore. P. M.McRlght. Tlsdell. Joseph Boyd J. OBrownlee. Heard .Jack Powell C. J. I hereby. certify that a
and tractional quarter Soutb- Cross ilaltle E. Torode, PaulineTerry t Etta Hoover Don L... Prevatt, J W list of the qualified the above and foregoing I. a true and eernA ,
-oat quart Cha Julia Burn. EdwardBower Hewke. Alice C. M / electors of Bradford County. Florida.
> r of Section S3, Town- Crew Maggie McCartney. Peek U the Registration Hooke of a. appear. by
IhlD J. Tladale, Molll ., J. D. Hooper, If. A. HKIU County.
W. B.
Soo" Josephine Nettle. Prevatt. p Thl
? >. except Crews October
Rang 22 East ITth A. D. 1 30.Supervisor .
therefrom lot Carradln., F. R. Norman. W. Ervln Thornton R. Itockeman. August Haltsendorf B. C. Perryman K. K.
ThrewE. Cheathem. 8. D. Norman. Jam. B. Thornton, W. T. Burns Mr*. Hossle. Hoover Cyrus F. Powell. Lucy C. HAROLD C. WALL",
-P elal Master. 1C. .JOHNS Craws C. R.Carter. Norman. Jerry M. Thomas, Mr. Olll Brown C. B. Hoover Della C. Phillips. Emily S. of Registration. Bradford Count. FlorMaw '.'
In Chancery.t.KMOHT
I D. >: Marvin H. Norman. Henry S. Taylor Hardy Iialsden' Addle Haberthuer A. Ferryman, Lois p. to and ,
Fla H. V. KNIQHToUc'ltors Carmichael. W HNorm..... J. N. Taylor. Leonard D. Buford. R. C. Harris, Nettle Powell Laura L (RmA"Lworn ubwrlo.d M6T. m. this. ITth day of October .1M,,' '* f
S Norman. Wr 1'. Torod, Wm. K. Brown Addle L. Hayes, C B. Perkins W. 10).. MILDRED JILL DOYI.1 I r _-p ;(
for Complainant.10-10-41-10-11.. Clark Clemoos' :'Abble 3. Norman w. H. Terry Thomas .J. Bell. IL Hamilton. B. H. Peterson F, O r.ttry State of Florida. a. J.r. Ml' IIQaam..lo,, .", pl... Feh-l. 3 4t



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-.- -- ----- -- --- :--- --- end of Highway 28, will lend -=
When yoU to
United States. I come
and potato source of the and join
of a
pounds steak for the man: Mr. Hills every assistance, for he Mr, and u
'make It possible lorre.
TelegraphEstablished to S
tor"return we
Bradford Reward II
County masher
If From Other Pens Miss Ada Nolda': care of the Blade who works to have a job we mak has repeatedly stated that he will I invited UII again this Dodd ha"
to buy food for help get the project out of the lowe'en to IIa1.311t .
1877 -Adv. In 'Concordia (Kan) t possible for Mm party at their :
Blade-Empire *. his family and so help all business. budget at the earliest opportunity "ghostplanning nIght one, Oet.
-- He 2s looked on as a neighbor, anda II are
that of the farmer. on pip? &II
and Entered as Second Class Every time we think of Coffee ---. -- Including I having
Fridays at that.
Published Weekly on Florida authorities'are going I to The rest of the world Is of smal friendly one, and we are posltlv L >,.
county. Georgia, we think of Bug It is obvious,, however, that if be she
Office at Starke FloridaE. th compared with tha disappointed hot. 101>'
Matter at the Post Times-Union. What does stu have a problem on their hands Importance I
winter in handling thousand free market of 120,000,000 people these two projects crop up againin all have a -. arrY tmhe0pe? 11'oa U i

S. Matthews, ______________d____ Owner and Publisher look like of tramps already making their! -+-- homogeneous of Ilk the 1931 budget, that they are going to have "ea"

J. C. Robinson ______ ______--:0________ Managing Editor Starke --0-bas a city tax rate of 11 T way into the state.-Stark. Telegraph -'I tastes habits and aspirations-fre< as survive good too as done much for.budgeting They can't especially were Mr and: Mrs. c' A Youngb
-- that under the same visiting Mr. and
The winter living ,
14 mills and! Mrs
_. . ---- mills
-- - --- - -- --'--' --- trad with the growing tendencyto Lee R '
but barriers. Foreign Wednesday .
be tramps of trade
come to Starke may I
Wauchula 13 mills. Next!-Wau
divert gasoline
tariffs and
troubled by A
chula Advocate those who come to lllghlanc may be small crowd Of

: Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable In Advance county are eiacUyt the opposite, revolutions, but at their peak our purposes than road buildIng.TIIERISSA young people gathered The at"I?i

Advertising Rates on Application Florida tax collectors are well therefore we think you should la-, exports represented only five ama u home of Mr and Mrs D ,
favor cause your statements Highlands half billions of dollars of grog Friday night as w".1; "'
.. . out in front seeking political they bar
Highland in out of a total the first
County News. business a year
with the voters. They have, as a cane-grinding of the
Vote next Tuesday body, gone on record In favor of county will have both classes-th' American income of ninety bil- son In this section. *
everother county of I lions. MI. Rhode Zelclcr. Cor. ported a nice i 4
oLet's abolishing the fee system of pay. same aa I time
Florida-Starke Telegraph.. Poe Stagnation of circulation la
Mrs. F
Ing county omclals.-ocala Star Fender
finish state road 28. --o- slbly so, but the greatest philosopher what's the matter with agrlcul We regret to learn of the death J. J. Zeigler Wednesday visiting[

f o The hardest thing for a man to the world has ever known, ture and with business. Everyone' of P. M. Hagan 59, who died FrIday Mrs. H. E. Moore and atternoo

Hunting season opens in three weeks. understand about marriage.' Is the said "the poor ye have with you can help to get that circulation night at his home In Palatka. Lynell of Putnam hall daughltr

o wife.-Starke (Fla.) Telegraph always," and we fall to see where moving again.Government. He served -as sheriff of Putnam visiting her parents Mr snS been
Yes. they're just like melons It Is a crime to be poor, and tbl. can't make pros'' county for several years. He was C. A. Youngblood. I*<<*

First strawberries of the season were sent In from You can't tell what you've got until county could never be damaged a. perlty alone. Bankers and other laid to rest at Penlel cemetery .

Theressa. you get them home.-Kelllher. badly by a few men looking for business leaders can't make i with Masonic Lodge honors. He -

; o (Minn.) .Forum. Jobs as It was by }hose who were prosperity-alono. It's the people, is survived by his widow, a grandson -

-- with us for a season and talked of united In opinion and purpose and two brothers, and two sisters -
, Study the constitutional amendments and vote as you the thousands they wets making courage who determine prosperity. also a host of relatives and friends GRAHAM
Starke shows the spirit.
deem best. proper and losing ft d9ean't hurt ,anyone They can elect It-none. oth Mr. L. C. Zelgler of Ocala, was
When the first football game of ._ .,
or any.commanityto_ take car er. visiting his parents, loll', and Mrs --
H o the season comes 'round all the .Miss Ida Mae
of a few unfortunate; 'people once Ballots that will be valldl], J. J, ZeIgler Sunday. Johns of stark.
t business' close shop and go
p George Bernard Shaw says women should rule. They to see It men, thus encouraging up the I In a while.-Sebrlng News, counted for prosperity are of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Fender and last was Wednesday guest of Miss night Clyde Morn

should-and do. .-0--- kinds. Some one of then son. Billie, were visiting at Brooker -
r, home team and boosting the gate many Mr. O. W. Dyal
In recent radio address at castFor a visitor to
o receipts.Times-Union. a every man 'and woman. can Sunday. Starke Thursday.
Jacksonville, Congressman Greei example: Mi- D. J, Phillips was a visitorto
There's some difference in having what we want and the paid this fine tribute to Spanish Starke Tuesday. Rev. Reynolds of Jacksoimi
A New York woman ran to Help a deserving man or a woman
American war. veterans: "Our Miss Thelma McDaniel, of Tam- filled his regular appointment
wanting what we have. aid of her husband grappling witha to get a little paying work--or, at
lx 0 burglar. Taking careful aim American soldiers were subjected better, a regular job. pa, and Miss June Adkins, of the Church of God here Sunday
kt to unsanitary conditions In a foreign Hampton spent last Thursday eve- morning and evening.
with a potato masher she swung at Spend wisely and not too'timidly -
a{ The worst feature of the bantam Austin is getting the u the: intruder's head-and knocked and tropical country. Yellow and anticipate scheduled expenditures ning with Miss Rhoda Zelgler. Mr. Hubert Brown and sister,
fever and diseases of almost all I Mr. and Mrs .if. D. May were Thelma, of Tampa were called
and i out of the thing. her husband cold.-Stark. (Fla.) i so far as Is practicable
kinds and while the death Starke Monday. here-last week to the bedside
raged visitors to 01
o Telegraph. Force of habit we sup Turn the deaf ear to false, mischievous -
pose.-Kelllher (Minn.) Forum. toll was not unusually large, thousands rumors; and don't repeal The Hampton baskeball teamsof their father Mr. A. 0, Brown, wt,

t Organizers of the "Black Shirts" will not have to wear -0-' of our soldiers contracted them, If you do hear them. boys and girls met the Theressa has been very 111.

shirts blackened by labor. Senator E. M. Johns of Starke diseases and sicknesses which they Be willing to pay a fair price, boys and girls on Theressa court Mr. and Mrs. John Reynold,

and Senator-elect Bernard English carry with them today., They answered Don't take advantage of the other Saturday afternoon.. The girls Cleo and Roy Reynolds were T!t.

o of Lake City are two Florida lawgivers -' the caU.. ( ,pre ldent McKinley man's necessity. Recognize thai game was tied .6-6; and the boys Itlng in Starke Sunday afternoon,

I If black finger nails are to be fashionable, we recommend 'who don't mind stating I ; they eroaied the watersto he has a good elalm,to a fair profIt game was 11-4 In favor of Hamp- Mr and Mrs, Tom Mills\ wen

printer's ink.for a lasting job. their positions as to the early completion a foreign -land;, took theirchances as you. ton. This was the first game of visiting' relatives. -- near Brooke'
I as to results without a the season for Theressa. Both Sunday;
. of Highway No 28. They When a vampIre that fattens on
.p i .I. .1. '' are"both'unequivocally for" It. and question, andtholr ,patrlptlsm, the miseries of others shows up,, teams played well but they are : Mr. and Mrs. Noah Crawfor

t Tampa Life says the new long skirts are like prohibition are not afraid to speak out.-Paatka courage, braverysod general demeanor help to make him unpopular. practicing hard for another match and children were visiting roe

d' because they cover a lot of old familiar joints.o I Dally News. as Dltlci.oldlen has Discourage calamity howlers. game; the time and team has not lives here one night last week
never been. questioned., They offered yet been announced, although we
-- Keep business moving evenly,, Miss Thelma Brown returned
A new type of strawberry Is being all they bad and defendedour and remember that to the aver- hope it will be soon Tampa Tuesday, after being hen

t, Homestead Enterprise wants a tax imposed on radio sets. tried out at Plant City. But flag in what at that time, appeared age man, his Job Is his particular Mr. Wade Tnomas of Tampa, is several days with her parents, kt

Let's include babies, parrots and saxophones. the old Missionary variety 1s pretty to be a, war of vast. Importance mslness. When possible reassure making his home for a while with and Mrs A. O. Brown.

@ o- i hard to beat. It has made Plant How well they performed him against his fear of losingIt. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wallace. School Joke

City, Wauchula, Starke and Law- their tasks, and how diligently We are glad to report that Mr. MrWiggins: Describe ill
Following the mayor's clean-up and paint-up edict, the IndividuallY
tey growers millions upon millionsof their duties were performed, Save, but save wisely, not In O. A. Youngblood has recovered alimentary canal.

l. ;. drug stores are buying fresh supplies of soap and rouge. dollar Times-Union.. And and collectively, is told fright. Invest for the profit that from his recent illness and Is ableto Cleo: I dln't know It had bet

t. 0 will make many millions more.- by the prompt manner In which sound enterprise pays and for the be up again.

Another thing Hallowe'en should receive credit for is the Wauchula Advocate. they upheld of the'American the dignity and flag."su-- added profit that will come after Mrs. R. M. Hersey and son, Jun- dug.Mr.. Wiggins: When I was you

, --0- premacy the hysteria of pessimism has pass oi', were visiting in Jacksonville age I could read fluently
;' movement to do away with gates and fences around homes. A letter just gone out from the Apopka Chief. ed. the first of the week. Ellen: You must have had a het-

0 Chief Ragger is the answer to a 0- . Mr. and Mrs E. B. Johns of ter teacher than I have.

Newspapers are wasting space when they ask for a saneHallowe'en. lot of PaRAQraphers kidding Glftml<< Out of lie Budget Itarke, were visiting her sister, Thelma: '''Why does L, C ii
about the strange disappearance of Mrs. J. J. Zelglen and family Sun- stand forT
.. The writers have their "kid" days.
: forgotten the Florida PaRAGraphers (Orlando Reporter-Star.) (Palatka Daily News.) day.Mr. Carrie:, Little Carrie McKinney,
, \ o'I' : League. It will stage a come- and Mrs. J. Buttery of Jack-
' Oovernor Doyl$ E. Carlton, In On another of today's News : TIN .
back at Howey-tn-the-Hllls\ on the page onvllle. were visiting Mr. and
: The of crime would not be so attractive if an
wages bin three addresses In Orlando descriptive SIKMORIAM
will be found a news Mrs. W. T Wallace after-
of November 7th
evening Friday, ,
i' honest living could be made without such a terrifflc struggle. this: week, fully sustained his reputation of the drive that has been -
I' of the W.
: as guests J. Ilowey Company noon.
0 ,-Mt. Dora Topic for straight thinking and aunched to get State Highway No. Mr Revis Kirkland, of Georgia In sad but loving memory of our
eloquent, forceful expression. Carl- 28 out of the budget, with the lear mother who departed this I IVov. m.
visiting his sister Mrs.
Times-Union tells of a firm who will paint cars with at --0-
}s is gifted
ton exceptionally man
an Palatka Chamber of Commerce and 31, 1930.
t small down payment. We prefer one with a coat of paid-in- "No piece of legislation In years Mover do his public addresses have taking: the Initiative.The family ,
has been so pock-marked with Mr. Eugene Helberger of Jacksonville We love you,yes we love you
i i'. full. greed as this tariff: bill (the 'HawleySmootOrundy the flavor of demagogy. He dis- campaign Is a rather unique was a visitor here Wed- But Jesus loved you more and

t It ____-----I'- bill.) It lifts cusses serious subjects with a seriousness one, In that the majority of FlorIda nesday afternoon. lie sweethly called

7 Exchange while most of the marriages may be the hair and peels the hide off: attention.and an Intelligence that communitlels are quite benton Rev. S. H. Dodd delivered a very You to yonder shore
thousands of agricultural consumers gets getting their road projects Into Interesting sermon Sunday evening The golden gates were open
made in heaven, most of the preliminaries are arranged in Addressing three different In this instance the
and gives them a stone where he budget to a very appreciative. A gentle voice said
autos. they asked for bread."-William troupe of people in Orlando, the customary procedure Is reversed, dience., Come and with farewells unspok-

a'v o Allen White, famous republican governor- did not repeat, himself for the two uncompleted stretches Remember the contest In Christian en.Entered,

editor of Emporla, Kansas. or weary either' audience. His of the road have been In the budget Union. Come members and her,bome.
advises the farmers to start sowing resourcefulness his breadth of
Inverness Chronicle --o- and so long that it is now feared help your aide to win. We welcome Pearl Hill.Ivestigate .

'' a few "wild votes" because they have been "relieved" so much There was an old maid in Starke, thought are remarkable. His ad- hat they may not survive such se- --
Iressee here were, of course, non- I.
Ancient and ugly and tan; clulllo; .
I political; yet be touched subjects
She grabbed a guy In the dark Grading of the 22 miles from r
o that have gre political signlfi-
San Mateo to Bunnell was placed
So now she has her a man.
Tallahassee seems to be threatened with an epidemic of -New Port RIchey Press There's ance. Carlton stock went up de- In the 1929 budget and repeatedn

i new theatres, three companies buying sites for additional rhyme, but no reason In that poem. eldedly: with hll'. appearance here the 1930 budget. Yet not a li e l
thla week.
r.- -Starke Telegraph. Oh yes, the ; .,hovel of dirt has been moved ,
p movie houses. Being Oovernor of Florida Is no
15 mile
Mfr reason she got her a man was due lard-surfacing of the sec-
.. 0 to the fact that she grabbed him imall( job. Especially has It beeni ion from Florahome to Palatkawas

r will almost have set of difficult task during the past two budgeted the first of the year,
1 i* Gilchrist county a complete new In the dark.-New Port RIchey Business has
Ii : county officers if Governor Carlton follows the grand jury's Press. been universal- Oreat financial but no bids were let.ever advertisedor
or contracts
recommendation for removal of the present incumbents.o -Well-Paid problems have confronted every Budgetltls It seems, Is a new
unit of Much of the
o Maine legislators must be as and strange malady that may

Miami, Beach Sun thinks northern papers should play up well paid as Florida members. po.ltlonwhen time public officials cooperation have had was the op- prove fatal to Putnam county' road
"Done to death' by .Its
'.. Florida's temperature of 78 while New York, reported four Thirteen Democrat.Republicans want to represent and twelve An- rery thing needed and would have rlenda" would probably be the

.. feet of snow, in the same manner as they feature our hurricanes roscoggin county.-Starke Tele- tccompllshed verymuch more verdict of a coroner's jury

I graph. As If Florida legislatorsare .than opposition. Carlton has had The state road department,. It
a very determined opposition from nust be admitted, is constantly be-
'r': well paid.-Ocala Banner.
0 the: start; and the opposition was
elged by advocates of various
Cats, dogs, goats and other animals belonging to tourists salary Same complaint Is Maine-Lisbon so far Falls as political, not economic. No governor oad projects. Some of theseround

cannot run at large in Florida tourist camps under a state (Maine) Enterprise has had amore trying two their flats on the tables and Before You
I rears. make) demands In ouch wicked
that law believed the home variety --o-
law. 'The author of evidently We can readily grant,that there
words that results. In
congressmanwants they get ,
A New York
should be first served. c.n: be honest differences in poll- InvestHere
Uncle Sam to sell advertisingspace nore than one Instance during the
tlcl;, we can J understand! how men
0 stamps': present year these vicious Importuners -
on his pottage That '
who Ilk state affairs"i lIi y'
Georgia wants the federal authorities to remove the ban would be the Yankee way of doing I'llsagree figure with' Carlton politics In have slipped their projectsn

f' on shipping citrus by truck to that state. At present the it think all right about, and It, It when looks you like come an entirely to- tome instances but we cannot un- t saps ahead the of faults Highway was No.ours 28, for, Per-It is a good thing to bear: In mind:

government allows fruit to be trucked to the state line, but sensible of wiping out lerstand how any, man who It oust be admitted that local high- '
y. way
Interested his state and In When an lnvestment offers
really |n proposition
lI the fruit must cross the line on a train. that annual post omce deficit. ray fans have been quite complacently '
food and efficient government can blg'returns with loss
Fancy going to tbe stamp window somnolent for a couplet very little chance of ,
o that be Is rendering aerrice >
for dime's worth of years.The it is not to send salesmen aroundthe
and asking a
r 1. necessary
Under the heading "Wild Things in Florida, the Apopka the of by constantly harassing the state road department. It
two's carrying
message country letting the
Chief tells visitors they should not be alarmed at indicationsof "Pink Pellets for Pale People.- Lovernor.; We have not agreed nust also be admitted, Is slightly public in.
with all that the governor has
all kinds of wild things roaming over the state. Insteadof Melbourne Time lone, but even this does not mean ramped enough for money It take haan'tnearly caret The next time stranger comes to you

being alarmed, lots of the visitors are being attracted by Live Oak-o has started-a' test case hat he was wrong. We have all the demands. Then again. with "sure shot" business opportunity,

1 that lure. to determine whether truck 'lines alth In the honesty and and integrityif believe It: Is both human and political and ask yourself if he isn't going to a great

n o can deliver goods "within towns bat Governor with proper Carlton co-operation he these two characteristics must betaken deal of trouble in order to let you make
Into consideration. Putnam '
One of the midget cars hit a truck in Gainesville the and Ing cities a license.of the itate Railway without and pay-express rill prove a great executive, colant,.'. good friend. Dr. Fons A.Uthaway some money. Ask yourself why he didn't

other day and was towed,for several blocks tangled up with companies pay local licenses. --o--- Is not sitting on the lidt let a few big financiers handle it. If a

the truck's rear end before another motorist stopped the Why should other carriers be ex- Let' Elect Prosperity'By Tallahassee any longer and It Is thing is safe for you, it would have been

truck driver and informed him of the accident. Somewhat empted-Starke Telegraph. They ([ Wright A. Patterson, Editor, .ery possible of its that the county has safe for them.
I should not be. One of the crimes oat some
Publishers Auxiliary.)
. similar to a flea bumping into an elephant. of the century has been to allow There la quite a ray of hope, Before you Invest investigate The

! I o bus and truck lines to operate all Prosperity'-SD for election howe..r. in the statement from ,

Only two other counties in Florida have property assessed over the country without helping uhntng to overthrow Depression.It's George B. Hills',,< member ,on the Bank of Starke- will be glad to obtain reliable -

t pay the coat of government.-Jasper for the 'people to decide oad department In charge of a information for you without
i at a higher value than Bradford-Wakulla assesses on News. rhlch will be'chosen.< Everyman portion of Highway No. IS; pubshed charge.

c a 90 percent basis, Putnam 80 percent, while Bradford pays o and every woman-is privileged to elsewhere In this Issue. Mr

on a 62'percent basis. Hardee and Hendry counties are HIM) Must Have Item Moving allot-every day. nils has been making a valiant

Lost-Lady's pocketbook, containing Depression has, no rightful place ffort to make the Short Route
assessed on a basis of 20 per cent. That means one thousand million eally short and to salvage the In- BANK
hairpins, wrist-watch, with a hundred ant twenty OF STARKEAN
,i dollars worth of taxable property In Bradford pays to the nail-file, powd r-pnff. hatpins, >eople, exchanging goods and" estment Putnam county made In

I fctate while the amount of in Hendry and he grade from Palatka to Flora-
.J. $8.65, same property mirror, checkbook, beads, earrings
toilette rasor, perfume, dishcloth ruling to work--more highlykilled hom.. He la going to continue the ROLL BANKE.
>,.. county pays$2.66.. Bradford fs not in position to be paying The New believes, that W.'A. .

part of the stale tax for other counties, but that la what she is copy, of curling-Iron"Jurgen,,"railway 11x4 casing ticket,, efficiency than and other progresalveness peopleleadena ghC. Shands.; member of the road S. Matthews, Pres. R. J. Davis, Cashier

doing. rubber reducing garment three asked by the vast natural err department in charge ot the north-

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