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: September 18, 1931
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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: VID04829
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BERRIES AS State Road Work Injunction Department Despite Court to Carryon Democrats To LAKE BUTLER SATURDAY For 0 AH Past R Season H Ave, i WILL)' HEAR GAS

Winters _ 11 35 5 13 .371
CROP There will be no letup In the Clean In -- -- Wall .. ? _.17 68 11 24 .353
task of the state road departmentin Forty-four of the representativegirls Wanda WaInwright. Perryman .17 54 5 17 .313 28
of Bradford and Union County Little Springs: Retha Dukes.
auditing the records of the 67 Harvey _ ,_16 52 5 16 ..308Rlclt't'r ,
Lawanna Lucille Mlzelle, i
assembled at the Lake Butler Thomas -
counties _ ._14 50 7 13 .300
to determine the amountof
il l Acreage To Be Planted. It each county's contribution to No Repeal IMaiik to lie Adopted courthouse, Saturday, Sept. .12th Starke: Mildred Hundley, secretary I ..... Moore ___20 82 17 :24 ,.292Redgraves Justice Duvl DlH4iuvim| <* Self In i

i'utntu County the state road system It was stat He Thinks for the first meeting the 4-H Coun Dorothy Sapp Elizabeth Hoi- -15: 45 9 12 .267 Hearing on 1931 Tax f

- ed at of the department ty Council. A committee from the IIngsworth. Parka .__,16 64 13 17 .266 Division. Art

elks, t>ep.... S+.Turning tel I in Tallatse th4Kjfflce. Things look Democratic believes Lake Butler 4-H Club received the Lake. Butler Rebecca Monde Jones _ __._18 65 13 16 .246

berry raising as a cash monp An act"Qt, the 1931 legislature Congressman R. A. Green In considering delegates Misses Rebecca Monde, Loiselle .Dowllng, Reva Roberts, Douglas ___17 64 8 12 .222 Validity of the 1931 gasoline ,,i

", next year about 13 acres: apportioning one cent of the state the 1932 political outlook Lolselle Dowling Lucille Douglas, treasurer. Lucille Douglas. Burney ___11 47 3 7 .149 I revenue act in Florida will be
and A vote of thanks extendedto
been Reva Roberta. was argued before the state
section have already He Those playing in less than ten supreme
told a of I
19 gasoline tax to counties. on the I representative the
the Lake Butler their
plants, which should begin basis of these Individual contributions Ocala Banner here that unless the The meeting was opened with girls for games as follows: court September 28 :.

Ling next year directed the auditing of coun- Democrats defeated themselves the president Mian Annie Laura lovely dinner and their wonderful Q AB R II Ave. Justice Fred H. Davis, a former

j, Hancock has five acres in ty records be done by the state they Would be almost sure to ride Tucker of Hampton, presiding. hospitality. p Moore __.3 3 1 1 .333 attorney general disqualified him ,

sla'ick Wemyss Walton has road department About 40 special into control of the government. The national club song "Dream- Henley w __.4 83-2 .250 self to sit in the case. He will be Jt.

ed tour acrea George Wilk- auditors are now engaged In the While he does not believe there dog," was sung, followed by a pray Martin . ___.7 23 4 B .218 replaced by a circuit judge' to be ,.{ ,

Hosting three acres and J. work over the state. They have will be a plank for repeal of toe er, and the meeting was opened Hard Surfacing Smith . ._.5 19 3 4 ,210 named by the court.

as on the Gainesville road 8 until the first of October to com prohibition amendment In the for business, as the' roll was called Ritch . ____7 28 2 4 .143 The case went to the supreme

Other farmers are consid- plete the work the legislature Democratic he believes by the secretary. JJIsa Mildred court on the state' appeal from a j'l.l
having platfprm t
circuit order
court distribution
the field it was Hundley of Starke.'Delegates from State Farm Road halting
entering provided that: it be done in 90 that It will "be filled with principles the different clubs read excellent Senior Demonstration of revenue to counties. The

Lota may be net out In October days Since beginning the work July started 1.. Judge lief of and conditions suggestions brought for for the the re i reports of the work done duringthe Clubs Met Last Friday order did not prevent levy and .
collection of the cent tax
ovember to produce crops InLry relief of conditions about year under the direction of Will )
Love has issued brought
a Injunction
temporary Departed or distribution of three cent revenue : 1 '
or February it was slat the by the Hoover panic." Miss Pearl Jordan home demonstration The monthly meeting the Senior i
restraining comptroller
to the state road department
uyers will buy either In crate and treasurer from paying to If Franklin D. Roosevelt Is agent. Only one club In Home Demonstration Club of .
It applied only to distribution of
25 the two counties was, not repre Hampton Friday afternoon Sep
lots paying usually
rload elected and Is
president- he view
the counties proceed of three
any Local Delegation Attended) start three cents revenue to counties.
b. sented. tember 11th was an event very ,.,1.(, 1
f. Palatka.
o. '
cents a quart ed as the Democrats' "best bet"--
cents of the state
tax, pending The court order
gas a temporary Injunction ,
of Road InTallahassee
marketed at It decided that the Department much enjoyed by the Hampton
rids berries are disposition of the matter in the supreme a special session of congress will was county '
was granted by Circuit
when no other state in the court. One of the three cents be called to enact relief measures 4-H banner would'be made by the Tuesday women. The ladies assembled in E. C. Love at 1/1../.
Quincy on I
Is producing berries, accord involved In the restraining order is Mr. Green predicts. He thinks this girls and a committee composed the club room at three o'clock and plication of John E. :Mathews Du-ap- .

o statistics from the Florida to be paid to the counties on the special session will substantially of four girls Misses Ozena Green Senator E. M. Johns, Representative Miss Pearl Jordan, home demon val county legislator who attacked ,

hmental station at Galnes- contribution basis. reduce tariff on manufactured and Dorothy Sat? of Bradford N. D. Walnwrlght and Mayor stration agent, immediately began the validity of the entire act.

thus assuring them of a good goods, thus stimulating foreign county and Misses Lotselle Dowl- her salad demonstrations. The ta .A"Mathrws ''
H. C Wall attended the meetingof summed up his attack by ,t
and Wanda WAmrlght of Union ble was very attractive with the
trade but will retain tariffs on Ing
the state road department In Ion
P the act placed the state T,
to the berries such tome county, was appointed to fresh vegetables fruits and flow
idditlon pro- products as pre
Tallahassee Tuesday to the
urge basis and ,
a credit caused It to
1 plants also offer a cash crop County SchoolsTo toes. sent designs, and hnaterlal at the Immediate hardsurfaclng of the ers. Miss Jordan gave a short talk bond \\4'' "
pay county obligations.
i dry weather causing a rear "That Is the only thing that will next council meet,g for the ap state farm highway from Starke to on the uses of salads,. Among the :Mathews was joined In the attack 1\\\\
ot plants this year they are bring relief-a Demorcatic victory I proval of the girls. Raiford. Paving of this section of sulatla that were by Rep. S. p Roblneau of r t

selling: for around $3.00 and Get $262,356 and consequent lower tariffs",con Misses Lucille D!)ugla*' and Reva highway had been promised! for were peach, English peas, Bauer Dado county and Rep. Hugh Taylor ,3

and scarce at that figur I Islattd. cluded Mr. Green. I Roberts of Uniofe county ,and this year grading starting immed kraut egg and tomato salad temp of OIL<.Isden county The act .
combinations and two
I The second district' representative Misses Lois Moore and Murle lately following the 1929 session, tattoo was defended by the Attorney general's .

11 claimed that the land In this does not expect much actionat Johnson of Bradford county were when the board of commlsHlonem salads. office and by Jacksonville attorney
Of State Funds the
In the club when
ty Is Ideal for berry raising the winter session of the present appointed to formulate a "score of state Institutions were authorized arrived room three attractive guests employed by an organization ,.

that many county farmers are congress, largely because of the, card"' by which the clubs of tha by the legislature constructthe tables laid were very lunch and of 52 of Florid, smaller .'

rated in the crop since Its I near-even division between Demq- counties might be scored for the road In co-operation with the breakfast Miss Jordan counties which benefit under the f,
formal dinner table
In immediate cash and i il&eS Distribution Held Up Dy Slownewt crats and Republicans. He does awarding of a silver cup, which is state road department. However, act. -

large returns The.pretg ,, Of Few Counties to hope however that Democrats to be given by the council at the the road department recently notified gave a very entertaining talk as to

rate for picking la said to' ReportW. may win a bare margin of controlby close'of the year's work for the the board that the only paving how the table can be made attract V

bout 2 cents a quart leaving'I victories in by-elections to fill club making best all-round record. they could do this year on the road tive with very little trouble beius, .the to DEATH OF TRIO 1.BRINGS 1..
relation the house
margin of profit to the S. Cawthon, state superintendent vacancies, forseelng a possibility Each: club pledged themselves to would be from the farm to R lrord, guest .
te .*.
the meal and the uses of'lve.\ .
of public Instruction Mon of a Democrat taking the seat oc ralsa money for a,scholarship for The delegation went to Tallahassee -

Pr.enigation of conditions per II day said $232,358.03 was ready for cupied by the late Nicholas Long trip to the state short course to beheld to get action on the p-iving of This 'was followed up by a round

around Starke where a distribution to the county school worth of Cincinnati. : at Tallahassee in June. The this road and they succeeded. Fol table discussion.Mrs. INI UESTa
t many berries are grown has system of the state but was being "I am not.uneasy about Flor' scholarship to be.lawarded; to the lowing a fifteen-minute argument, Harrison. Mary
Walterson and Mr. Drown .
lead! several local farmers delayed by the slowne of a few ida" declared Mr. Green consider girl making b\etJ'4r-round! recordas the board/ passed a resolution au Tpm .. - :'1 J.{'
nerved !Ice tea and saltines and the
to crop is profitable. Disas- counties to make reports to his ing affairs .of this section.' "This a club girl in each club. thorizing: the board of commissioners Truck Driver Ordered Held For ii'"
salad which had been In
coalition of the potato mar office. winter will be better than last in Collecting of record books and of state Institutions to start ; the/ demonstration Mrs.prepared Harrison, htughter ""if;

''ul year has stimulated Inter He said it was necessary for his our state. We have been In the exhibits and time and place for surfacing Immediately on'' this I Mrs. Watterson and Mrs. Brown -' gr.

in other crops insomuch as a office to have the annual reports valley of depression and are pull county achievement days were file highway While It is known as the assisted Minn Jordan with the demo Jacksonville, Sept. 12. The j

ailment of potato planting will and the budgets of all 67 counties ing out. This winter will see a cussed. The Union county achievement state farm highway, it Is In reality : onstration.Ilfllhronn. death of three person In an automobile t 1

robably advocated this season. before funds could be apportionedunder great portion of the federal mon day held on October state road 48, this section being a Hcnlor Cluh crash on the Gainesville '{' ,

ould the pioneers of the strawy the new teacher-unit plan eys) appropriated come to realize 3rd at Lake Butler school house, continuation of the road now open .The senior home demonstration road about one mile south of Baldwin ./;. r,,

crop In this district have aAStul adopted by the 1931 legislature. lion:' He said that including veterans and Bradford county October 24th from St. Augustine to !Starke. club of Hcllbroon met at the school on August 11 was attributed a r"(

year, it was considered For this reason he said, there has bonus payments, this would at the courthouse.At While the state will use convict to a truck parked on the highway s
house 9th for
ble that more acreage would been no distribution of school reach about 30000000.. labor on this project equipment Wednesday Sept. by a coroner jury, sitting before "

veloped.. funds since July 1. Mr. Green fears for the good of the noon hour, Miss Jordan, and skilled labor will be supplied their regular monthly meeting. Justice of the Peace J. A. Beard at ''.,

--.- He said Dixie county had madeno Florida If a strong Republican par I assisted Misses Vivian Brannen, by a private contractor, and\ efforts Mills Rosa Moore acting president Baldwin yesterday and the Jury 1
Josle Lee Shaw, Joe Zacharlas called the to order
CHERS!' SOCIATION report at all, that Jackson ty is developed and wins control. I Will 'be made to have surfacingstart ruled that C. B. Thompson of Ala .\trhos
Alva Fowler Ella Mae Strickland Plans made fur the club
were exhibit '
MEETS county had not filed its annual He has no sympathy with those I from both Starke and the driver of the truck must tri
SEPTEMBER 20TII and Alia In but which U to be at
Drlggers serving a displayed
report and that Alachua county who are advocating this develop farm and to complete the work by face manslaughter charges growing i, ,
fet luncheon. The- consisted the achievement to beheld
menu county day
e Bradford Teachers .had not filed its budget. Reports ment, feeling that the present par January lat. The new bridge at out of their deaths. Ip g 'y. ,
County of fried chicken, creamed In Starke Oct. 24th.A .
<'Iatlon111 from 85: counties have been received ty arrangement can work out the peas the farm was completed this week Mr. and. Mr. John B. Robinson ':; "
meet at 10 o'clock ,
candled to
salad committee
potato pickles was appointed
Sept 24th and checked, he said, and salvation of the state. yams and trucks hauling the paving material of Starke and II. R. Reddlck of .' t
at the Starke High _ rolls, ice tea. Ice cream and lnve tlgate a building which was ,
""I< \ building. reports from nine counties are be -, will use It. The legislature Cedar Key were the victims of the ':
cake. The tables and court room offered to the club to be used asa
ing checked.He specified this road to be built twenty accident. Testimony ;
presented !
a ON by
following program will be POSTAGE REQUIRED I was very lovely with vaaea of beautiful club house by Mr Mott. After # J
blamed the tardy counties SALES BILLS PLACED feet in width and to conform to members of the Duval Road Patrol ; ,
: \ flowers. the business meeting Miss Pearl
America. for holding up much-needed funds RURAL LETTER BOXF.9Postmaster standard specifications required of at the, Inquest yesterday showed J l '
The afternoon session called Jordan talk fall
was gave a on garden
which should to the county I state roads in all respects. that Thompson, J'
votlonal- -Dr. Jones. go accompanied by ,
to order and Miss Jordan discussed =_ : Mrs. J. A. Underhill and Mra.
Ik--By schools at once Young stated today hilt two sons had parked hi* car 1,:
member of the state
the program of work for the new Forsyth had charge of a quilt ex
1 The state superintendent quoted I>, T. A. MKKTM!: on the road while
of flat
health. that it has come to her attention year Bradford and Union counties hibit. Twenty-three different pat fixing a tire. v

"lion meetings: treasury figures to show that the that some advertisers make a prac being one of the nine counties In terns were displayed. Those exhibiting Reddlck driver of the machine In Z. ",
h $262,358.08 school fund ready for, The P. T. A. held Its first meet which Mr. and Mr. Robinson a aMre '
? school meetings lice of placing sales bills, circulars, the state selected to major In were Mra. J. A. Underhill and ?, .1
"traction In distribution was made up of $72- other matters In letter boxes Ing of the new school year Wednesday Reddlck who was seriously
High School of Bad or !:Cane Improvement for the next Mrs. Forsyth, Mrs. Tom Moore and j; I
'ling 98.36 from Interest on state school : I afternoon at the Bradford Injured, were turned '
Hablts._Mr. Maxwell. along rural routes emanating from year by the. state office, much Mrs. Pattee. Mr. Pattee's exhibit riding 'out .
Mowed funds, $58,970 from the one mill I without County High School. from behind the parked truck and < ,
by round table dlscusawitary the Starke postofflce, pay 'thought and discussion was givento was rather Interesting, some of ,,
constitutional ad valorem levy for In absence of the president Mrs.T. sldeswlped a truck driven '"'
ment of postage and without ad this. The girls voted unanimous the quilts dating back over 30 by Alvin ? ,
and 130490.72 from motor vehicle J. Alderman presided, and Mrs.K. Jordan of this
meeting: I dresses thereon. to sponsor the home Improvement yearn city employe of 4 "i 1,

aching of Reading in the Klefj license taxes. Mall boxes on rural routes are program for the next year. Each :. K. Ferryman acted as secretaryprQ Prizes were awarded by Mis FarrU & Company, who was headed

Grades-.Mr. Morrow. Fol- erected exclusively for the recap girl to at least do something to rem" Resignation of the president l. Jordan to MHH! Alice Pattee and south on the road. It was reveal l..

> oy round table discussion. I DOMINICOFRIGO tion of mall matter. All mailable ward sanitation In her own homeor Mre C. A. Futch wan read Mrs. Norman for the lovely baskets ed. The passenger car was com ,

'unary meeting: matter deposited in such boxes Is community. and accepted and a nominating made of native materials. pletely demolished and the truck i>
I Dominico Frlgo 46, well known committee consisting of Mrs. J. W, halted about
ntlals of a Good Reading subject to the conditions prescribedfor Mrs. A. Strickland of.Lake Butler Other basket were on display 100 yards from the
''" resident of Lnwtey. died Saturday Andrews, Jr. Mrs. O. L. Haynes road.
Mrs. Moore, :followed by mall matter Including the pay the first home -demonstrationagent ? which were very lovely.FUNDS I
1 table dlscu lon. night at the Lake City Government ment of proper postage and proper of Bradford county spoke to and Miss Madge Middleton was I Redllck'and Robinson were in-
Hospital after an illness of two appointed to select a new president i i
stonily killed while Mrs. Robinson
addressing. the girls, giving them the' history ARE KAIHED!
L WANTS months. He was a native of Italy, to fill] vacancy. It was decided died several
WORTHINGTON When matter Is deposited In mall of the work nineteen years ago and FOR HIGHWAY SIGNS hours later in a local
AGENCY but bad been a resident of Lawteyfor that the meetings In the future
CLOSED boxes along rural route. without compared it to' the.. present hospital. .
11 'year lie was a memberof payment of postage the 'senders of the bb'Clubs begin .at?3:00: o'clock instead of Palatka '''Sept. 14.-Hotel and Both Jordan and Thompson were ''

e Florida railroad commls- the 330th Field Artillery and will be notified of the amount of 3:30 o'clock as heretofore. restaurant operators here.. have placed under arrest and later released ...I

rB wui consider the applica- served one year overseas during postage required on the matter and A ,. 4-H uniform dress revue fol. Prof. S. S. Dowling gave a talk subscribed a goodly sum toward on bond pending the Inquest. t, '
lowed at this time. Each club
Wed by the AtlanUo Coast the World War and was a mem requested to furnish the same. was on matter. pertaining to the the erection of highway 28 sign, The Jury exonerated Jordan and a
for closing its ber of the American Legion at asked to design a dress a dr..s In er h oo 1 11 a epo k e .A'.. .8.8....u..ou.. __ !: attached the blame for the
agency at Wor- u was announced louay. The ac three
._ ,_.. and white and
: green a girl
ton .- books needed. A committee wall
sPrlnP" ;:.. A"' death ( '
at their offices DENTAL OFFICE IMPROVED tlon precedes the meeting of the o Thompson. Judge Beard
model in It at this The
four daughter. meeting. appointed to make arangement
on Wednesday, Sept. He Is survived by .Highway No. 28 Association which released Thompson on bond of ',
GreenvlUe, S. C. girls entered from a side door and for the medical examination of the !
according to Mrs. Lena Chiles 'Is I to $500. Thompson must face trial In
announcement The upper floor of the Canova expected be held here next
out Madeline and Lillian Frigo, passed before the girl in a very pupils of the school.
by the Misses criminal court.
Wednesday. The movement la I beIng
commissioners. In building occupied by Dr.
ion to the Lawtey. and Mis Mary Frigo, charming and graceful way to All members of the P. T. A. are II
agency at Worth O. L. has had awnings sponsored by the Commercial
i Haynes show off their Ureas. The dress
.n, the railroad Jacksonville: six eons Joe Fluty, urged to be present at these meetIngs Club KARHTEDTVAH oUEgTBRADFOItU
Is peeking fitted to the windows and ventilators .
,'on to abandon per Guy John. Louis and Paul Frigo, worn by Hazel Morgan of Brooker and to bring new member. (,'0. GROWERS
T. Jordan
their agencies placed In the roof this week. was selected by the girls to be the Hancock was appoint
'ven two brothers of Chicago ----II-- -- "
other points and at four all of Lawtey The floor was converted to use for most for club ed to solicit the filling stations
appropriate a county BARBERS ASKED TO I
a to brother of Italy.
I:! close agencies except fiat and one dental offices and occupied by Dr. uniform. GET CERTIFICATE!: while others Interested In the advertising Tony Karstedt spent Wednesday ito

I shiPPing season.VENTILATORS". Haynea a month ago. moving his The place for next, of the Palatka-Lake City Bradford county with E. b[. Nix.
meeting wassailed --
13. The bodyof
Jacksonville Sept. Route agricultural agent of the Seaboard
offices from the Ritch building, Short will make personal
'tpDw J 46, of Lawtey.: : for and Starke delegate invited Every barber In Florida must
Dominico Frlgo Air Line railway, on the Invitation ;;.
comer Jefferson and Call street the council to meet with make canvasses. It was stated. ,
who died Sunday in the Govern located application to the state At the Wednesday1 I I. of the Bradford County Growers' :?
Beside being more centrally meeting It J'J'Aa
and voted
e Carols at Lake City arrived them was unanimous to board of barber examiner Immediately
.>IDtort Cafe has Increased ment Hospital night, the present office occupied meet with Starke club In Decem for a certificate of reglstra/ expected that the contract for the oclatlon. w'1, ,,
ot diners at this pop- In Jacksoovtlleonday by Qr. Haynes are beter fitted for ber. placing of four large sign point A general trip over the county 'j
Bereaved fam It waa announced by V. V.
eating Place by Installation of accompanied by the the purpose and allow considerable The Ing out the advantage of highwayNo. was taken during the day during; -
were of
funeral representative Hampton Voght Jacksonville, chairman of
ventlrtators and ily and was taken to the I which time farmers were In-
28 many
an extra wln- more room.PARDON learn the saving In mileagea i
Annie Tucker
the board.
.Dn the west 8lde- Other /1m. home of Mrs. William C. Cooper, presl- a route to the east coast will\ tervlewed I In regards to the plant- '
den Murle Johnson and Alice
Under terms of recent
be a
amens service will legislative
funeral ,
have been .made and Jr. The be let. Ingot Irish potatoes and .cucumbers
BOARD WILL Mast act all barbers In the state
in6 morning at 9:30: I
made Wednesday
on the Interior. held e i . next aprlng.
of the Immaculate MEET ON OCTOBER 12 Rising: Neta Kelly, Thelma must obtain certificate to practice '
from the Church LOCAL GULP AGENT WINS Mr. Karstedt attributed the gen ,;
Father Lewi. in Florida Mr. Voght called
the Rev.
Birth Conception with AWARD eral the
r. and Mrs. officiating. In The state board of pardon will Woodlawn: Aleene Rosier Juan attention to the law being in effect among grower
M. J. Sapp New James J. Meehan of that section to the two fact:
r daughter. &pL 13th. terment will be In the family lot In meet In Tallahassee on October 12. Ita HLUlard.- Geneva Milliard. Lo- and emphasized the Importance of N. D. Walnwrlght. Jr.. local Oulf The conclusion of an excellent' ;
r It was announced tbl* week. Be rena Rosier. Immediate action. The ,
announce Life Insurance natlfled
15Rtgby Carter St. Mary Cemetery.. agent was strawberry season and that
Lswtey. .on, nowhere
Pallbearers were ,selected from idea the governor, the board consists Heilbronn: Lola Moore Louise ment said form to the used la Thursday that he was 'one' of the in the county could even a pr,

kend Resmond, member of ,the Stark. American of the attorney-general. Sapp, and Rosa Noon> making application may be1 obtain four agent in the state receiving cotton' stalk be seen. -Lake City 4

_. bMn'pIImer; Legion Post, as follows: Measn.ICrneet miaaloner of ,agriculture, comp i Brooker: Loulae Surrency Net ed from any one of the three'mem- the $60 award for amount of business Reporter W t
Well. Carl Wooten. George troller and secretary of state. Con tie ParrUb, Carnlt
Billa Clt. w. ,Savell to Anderson of Lawtey W. G. String- Iderable business will more than Hal; Morgan.' Iri* Wood I 'of DeFunlak Spring and 8.' the agency ),fro Walnwrlght ha Jacksonville Russell' Pharmacy "

ID&ch1Q cry to hi* sawmill on fellow, L, D. VInIng and B K. Per. likely be transacted at tots meetIng. ward. A. Sweeting of Miami are the other built up a large number 'of policy Inc., First and Main streeto.. '

vsy' ** ea+tern ectlon of city.f" rymaA of Starke. Ralford: rAMcO Sweat. Vary, two board member bolder for this Florida concern formally opened to pubUc..t W;'

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filled the conditions on which a QUAIL PROTECTION AND confuse a charge for' shooting which has never been done in any

proselyte was admitted to their UTILIZATIONThe rights under such conditions as the I permanent scheme of calendar re-

own synagogue. sale of state-owned game, realizing vision. A change In the weekly cy iIIPSON CtT
quail, or partridge, is the Ethel
that without the measures taken at cle was attempted In France durIng Jones ,,
southeast's most valuable game resource
BAPTIST the landowners expense little ono r the French revolution and In

o and one susceptible to al- game might occur. With sane I Russia recently, but in neither case Mr ;\

'a y d ; Thy word u a lamp onto my feet and a light into ay path.-Piala 119:105.mJ1tmnrb.al1f7'tdU : Sunday school at 10 a. m. A. J. most unlimited development while legislation enforced by an efficient t has it proved satisfactory home Kirby ,Smith blla '

l Thomas., Supt. We urge you all to commission, and a commonsense I after a few
the demand for good quail shoot- game During the year 1934 the con- days vim"]
x i w. 4t All religious teaching, doctrine come early. Keep coming. attitude on the part of both I sclentloua Sunday keeper "would his sister In :Madison.
s l I. creed, U they are to have any claimipon Worship at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. Ing seems to be Insatiable. There sportsman and landowner, there I Is, find himself a day ahead of the Holden Smith Ca
P the love, loyalty and devotion of the people, must be in harmony with EnNote of time of the Is also evident an Increasing tend- and other a few was,
r t M i the teachings of Jesus the Christ whose words fit into every fold and crevice change ency on the part of real sportsmen, no reason why quail non calendar. At the end of 1934, an- days ago enroule'! )
of the human heart and of whom it was said in John 7:48, "NEVE MAN evening service and govern yourselves to consider this sport as a luxury migratory game cannot be produced other "blank" day would confront son, Ca? Where "" lIill

$. f. i ,r ((1i SPAKE LIKE TINS MAN." accordingly. well worth paying for, which it in any desired quantity,,, him, and during 1935 he wouldbe school tU. year H
t Morning subject: 'Seeking Re- much to the pleasure and profit Mr. and :Mrs.
' I observing his rest day on what
l ''t Ill Pastor of Bradford and Union counties are Incited to UM thin department unouestlonably is. The greatest Reddish
y+ I , >4 & < for new, of church activities, organizations and announcement ; ligion. difficulty in the past has been the of all concerned Quail would then the business world would consider spent drews'the week-ena,''Withal

o *. Space freely given and no charge made-the only requirement contention that the hunter had an become generally recognized as a Friday. mother
pas ( being that such Item. reach thin office before Wednesday morningntherwlne PRESBYTERIAN incontestlble right to shoot when, valuable by-product of the farm, Silence on the part of conscientious Mr. M. Varnes made .1

l 1 Hl they rnnnot be handled for current I"ue.'I where and much as he wantedto and the healthful and fascinating religionists on this important trip to Starke Saturday
I Services Sunday, September 20, without paying a cent to anyonefor sport of quail shooting be at last t question must not be Interpreted Mr. and Mrs Jack.WW

Barnabas; namely, Judas surnamed . as follows: the privilege; a heritage of the on an enduring and satisfactory:!r aa assent for }It Is a matter which a panut boiling' for the bear

} SUNDAY SCHOOLLESSON 10 a. m. Sunday school, J. M. basis, and capable of expansion to, vitally affects those who observe. the Sunday school classes
y I Barnabas, and Ellas, chief men I pioneer period when birds were Sa
'jI. f t ,+ i : 'I II the brethren." Trubv.. aunt. abundant a.nd hunters few. give pleasure. to an ever. increasing as sacred any day of the week. night. They reported a ,
among -------- ------- ve4
number n' sportsmen. This additional time. )
, 11 a. m. Morning worship, sermon According to the law of our land The weekly cycle is an arbitrary
iij d Judas Is not mentioned elsewhere by the pastor. the ownership of all nonmigratorygame source of farm revenue Is I period of time, not governed by Mrs. Alice Kite, Who baa

kfh % FOR SEPTEMBER 20, 1031 and Silas was the disciple 6:30: p. m. Christian Endeavor. like quail is vested in the particularly worth serious consideration the movements of the sun nor on the sick list for the P8it

i who accompanied Paul on his second Topic "Our Share in Making state, which designates seasons under present economicconditions. I moon Due to the belief of Christ is some better.

9 3 'i Subject: The Council In Jerusa- missionary tour, after Paul Christ Known to the World." Leader -I during which the birds may be .. ians and Jews that a. definite day: We have services every

;i and Barnabas had< quarrelled about Estelle Kendrick hunted, the number that maybe\ of this arbitrary perM has been. Sunday by C. C Butler and S

lem.Golden John Mark. 7:30: m. Evening worship. and set from otherpgys aa sac-! school every Sunday
f p. killed per day per season, apart mOrnlr
Text: For, brethren, ye "And they wrote letters by them Prayer meeting Wednesday at and .the methods that may be em- FcTh ? I Iet red, the weekly cycle> has been I 10 o'clock. Everybody lent

have been called unto liberty; only after this manner; The apostles 7:30: p. m. ployed In their pursuit. The state closely related to religious worship come.

w use not liberty for an occasion to e'nd elders and brethren send greet-___ Please notice the change of then sells a license to the sports J from time immemorial. It was Mr. B. s. Jones of pale

,. the flesh, but by love serve one anY tinge unto the brethren which are hour for the evening service. All man for a nominal sum which the- ter made sacred not by a legislativebody spent Saturday night wttl

other. of the Gentiles in Antioch and Sy- evening services hereafter will be oretically gives him the privilegeof but by divine fiat. There- mother, Mrs. S. E Jones.
r Lesson Text: Acts IS: 22-20; Gal. ria and Clllcia: half hour earlier. This Is done by shooting a share of the birds, fore, religious peoples could not Mr. and Mrs. W H

,2: 1, 2, 9, 10. Forasmuch as we have heard, action of the Ministerial Associa provided he can find a place to INTERNATIONAL CALENDAR conscientiously drop a day out of visiting relatives In HawCJ
rc Time and, Place: About A. D. that certain which went out from
y shoot them without running their year say: "We will not day.Mra.
i CO; Antioch and Jerusalem. us have troubled you with words, tion.A cordial invitation to all our the trespass laws. This system regard that day in our reckoningof T. Graves of West,

+ j; Introduction: The church in Jew Subverting your souls, saying Ye services extended to all. Functioned more or less satisfactorily the Editor: the weeks." Wales, were visiting relative

w 1 rusalem was the mother church, must be circumcised and keep the as long as the original supplyof On October 26 of this year an Under the proposed Cotsworth Mr. and Mrs. T Lang awl

fq and home of the apostles who had law: to whom we gave no such GRAHAM REVIVAL, MEETING game lasted, and it still works International Conference of the Calendar conscientious workingmen Herbert Thomas of Jackiorl

'; t lived and ]labored with Jesus during commandment: a.-- fairly well where large areas of League of Nations will convene for of whatever religious persua- were the guests of hire :I

1 m the three years of his earthly It seemed good unto us, being Revival meeting will start at wild land occur and hunters are the purpose of making final de- sion, would find it difficult to se- Thomas one day last week.I

ministry. The apostles and the Jerusalem assembled with one accord, to send Graham next Tuesday. Sept. 22nd, few and tar between, but it. no cision on the proponed change in cure employment. Thousands of Mr Jim Adkins and sister f

I brethren naturally felt chosen men unto you with our be- conducted by W. T. McGuIre, assisted longer serves the purpose in well the calendar, which decision will public school teachers would be Townson, were visiting 1Jr

+ v 4:% that they had a responsibility concerning loved Barnabas and Paul. by C. C. Butler. Everybody settled country where the land Is be referred to the various govern- forced to'dlacontlnue their profes- Mrs. Warren Sunday
Iv ; the spread of the gospel Men that have hazarded their ments participating for their rati- Mr Claude Brown 1
I Invited to attend these services largely used for agriculture.With sion. Incidentally, ttJa would rob who hu
l ? ; and the purity of the doctrines of lives for the name of our Lord Increase In the hu- fication or rejection.For very, sick for the 4
I each night, 8 o'clock.PREACHING a rapid our school'system of the stabiliz- past six
the new church. The outlying outlying Jesus Christ. and a number of there baa was taken to
man population a resulting years ing element I of God-fearing men Jacksonville t
+ '.S church recognized this natural We have sent therefore Judas AT KINGSLEY number of been for hospital.'
multiplication In the increasing agitation re- and women who play such an im-
1 ; { authority, or superiority, of and Silas, who shall also tell you LAKE vision of Mrs. J. S.
hunters, coupled with the develop- our" present 12-month portant part in the molding of our Thomas li ?
the Jerusalem church. the same things by mouth. ment of efficient' and cheap trans- calendar, the Greogorlan. This national life. Parents who ob- relatives in Jacksonville this >
i It was hard for some Jewish For it seemed good to the Holy There will be services at Mi', and
has Mrs.
Klngs-; portation such'as la offered by the agitation largely grown out serve a weekly Sabbath would be L J. Wynn,
Christians who believed it was ab- Ghost, and to us, to lay upon you ley Lake Baptist Church, 11 o'clock of desire of daughter Miss
I automobile, this so-called "American a various business Interests forced to violate their consciences, Losaie Wynn
solutely necessary for any Jew to no greater burden than these necessary Sunday, Sept. 20th. Members urged system 6l t! I free shooting" has to have a calendar better or suffer prosecution or censure at visiting Mr. and Mrs. Cart !\

Yr, keep faithfully the whole Jewish things; to be present as there Is particular become less and less satisfactory, suited to business needs. As''a least, in withholding their children of New River Sunday,

.;,, ceremonial law In order to be saved That ye abstain from meats of- business to be transacted. for it has proven impossible to fur- matter of fact, some 120 business from attending school on a day Mr. and Mrs. Leon Johns!
i and who doubted whether fered to idols, and from blood, and
any Everybody welcome. Preaching: nish good sport to all or to regu- firms, by their own choice, as a they considered holy. Jacksonville, were the gut!
Gentile could be saved, to submit from things strangled, and from by Pastor Harry Swain.J. I of birds killed to Mr. and Mrs.
late the number convenience in making up com- Those who adopted the revised J. S. Thomas S.
easily to Gentiles being considered I fornication: from which If ye keep L.. Silcox, Clerk. the annual increase. Neither doesit parative financial statements and calendar would have to believe that Miss Dorothy Smith spa:I
saved who did not keep the Jewish ;yourselves, ye shall do well. Fare .
provide an incentive to the land- reports, are now using a 13-month the weekly day of rest may be ad- week-end in Hawthorn
ceremonial law. Such persons in ye well. SAXTON owner who does not hunt to pro- calendar. The calendar which they justed by human hands as the Mrs. Martha Varnes and JiJ
their zeal came to Antloch to This letter formed
a guaranteeof duce game for those who do, tho are using, however, does not In- needs of business require, or wouldbe ter, Miss Myra Varnes, watJ!
preach to the new church the religious liberty among Chris Regular preaching services every the landowner is the only one In a volve the insertion of a "blank compelled to violate their con- ing friends and relatives ftl
things they felt Paul was omitting. tiana of different countries and first and third Sunday of each
position to take effective measuresto day" as does the proposed Cots- sciences in performing secular day afternoon.
Paul stood against them. Both races. Acceptance of Jesus'as the month Rev. W. B. Christy of Law- abund- -
and maintain
i ; secure an worth plan.It .
Those who
duties that
on day. re-
sides agreed to take the question Son of God and our Redeemer and tey Methodist church In charge. A blrda Rolls and biscuits J
ance of such sedentary game is the desire of the propon- fused to stultify their consciencesby can be
before the Jerusalem church. obedience to His Commands, form cordial Invitation extended the public to taste If
+ as quail, or to properly regulatethe ents of the revised calendar to adjusting their lives to such a as freshly-bakei
In the council at Jerusalem Pet- the basic principles of Christian- tf. kill so that an ample breeding have a fixed date for Easter, and calendar, would ,find themselvesout closing them in a paper big gl
er told of Gentiles
seeing convert ity.There ---SVast stock, will always be left on the the months of equal length. To of harmony with the rest of warming them In a moderate [
I ed and the Ghost
receiving should
Holy be unity on these .
.. ground.For accomplish this, a new calendar, the world. The civil governmentwould
upon the one condition of faith. things, but on many practices, Nitrate Fields these reasons the matter of known as the Cotsworth plan, has be to those Plant City-C, C, LIddon |
obliged penalize
He urged that the burden of the teachings and creeds there shouldbe quail legislation that will permitthe been proposed and has received the whose only offense was their conscientious chased building located In
Jewish ceremonial law be not upon liberality among Christians.In fullest utilization of most ,. of business district of city
Once Floor of Ocean possible general endorsement of any adherence to their re-
: the Gentile converts. his letter the Gallatlan Miami I
to the quail on a basis that will at all plan for calendar revision, in the beliefs. Beach Buildfcg:
Paul and Barnabas told of their Church Paul spoke of this councilat the ligious mite Issued for first six mont]
times safeguard breeding United States: This Is the plan to In the United States, where
evangelism In Gentile territory and Jerusalem: and be fair both to the be year totaled 5000577: .
stock, considered by the League of Na- freedom and tolerance
; Entire Region Now Barren religious
of the many who had been saved "Then fourteen years after I and landowner is Cocoa Cocoa Douse belnj
sportsman wor- tions at its October meeting.To .
held its
have been sacred since
;1 and of the miracles and wonders I went up again to Jerusalem with Desert High Above thy of the best thought of our some extent, the public is ac- birth where minorities painted and redecorated In i
__ I that had indicated that God surety Barnabas, and took Titus with me for and pro- aratlon for winter season
I Sea Level statesmen, sane helpful quainted with the Cotsworth plan, tected against possible I encroach-
put his seal of approval upon also.And laws are essential to the continued but before we commit ourselves to ment of majorities, would it be advisable Mount Dora Stop signs|
q ,the work. communicated unto them of quail shooting. parking lines repainted
sport a proposition so vitally affecting
for the sake of little
James, the president of the that which I Piece by piece, scKntldc discoveries a mercenary Van Gonto (
gospel, preach among State-wide seasons and bag lim- every Individual in the nation, it untold hard- Key West -
council, was convinced by these reports the Gentiles. : have been put together to its on such a sedentary species is well to consider carefully just gain to bring structlon of Jacksonville,WI

that the conversion of the And when James, Cepas, and reveal the story of OUt of the great as the quail, which may be abund- what it involves. I ships on those who regard as sac- For Improving breakwater*
red this institution which bears
Gentiles was a fulfillment of John, who seemed to be pillars, : mysteries of nature, the origin of ant where measures are taken to Some little advantage in making West Submarine Base, will f

prophecy. He advised that the perceived the grace that was given I the nitrate fields In South America. increase them, but scarce or absent comparative financial statements such an Inseparable relation to the mate of 159000.:

Gentiles be not required to follow unto me, they gave to me and According to geological history where neglected, are an obvious and reports might accrue to business fixed weekly cycle? Three or four 28-Inch i
,the ceremonial law condition the vast, barren desert of Northern F. J. PATTEE ft\!
as a Barnabas the right hands of fellowship fallacy from a management dredges will be working on
game organizations as a result of .
of being recognized by the that should unto Chile in which the nitrate deposits canal betwwi f
apostles : we go standpoint. On some places, as on a new calendar with 13 months of East Coast
as Christians. the heathen." are found was once the bottom of Miami Bi'I)'
: unposted lands near centers of : 28 days each. This could not, Bids will be opened Everglades and Biscayne
Then the Jerusalem church selected In the letter to the Antioch the Pacific Ocean. Millions of yearsno to Crawl
population, a week open season however, be prescribed as an ade- September 15 in Washington for fore fall, according
messengers to carry their church, The conditions named were one know the number-hare may mean the near extermination quate remedy for the present ills construction of new Federal build A. H. Brook. J

d, decision to the church at Antloch those which the Jews required ofa probably this passed since Nature burled of the birds, while in sparsely set- in the business world. ing for city, to cost $1,641,500. Starke Magnolia Hold*
(about 300 miles distant), and today's proselyte before he could be ad- treasure In that desolate pla remodeled.St.
tled country or on carefully managed The Cotsworth plan Is supposedto Merritt Board of Public Instruction repaired and
teau thousands of feet above the
;' lesson begins: mitted to the synagogue; these Pacific. plantations, the ground may be a very simple and beneficialone I opened bids for construction Petersburg produ

"Then pleased it the apostles ands conditions would not be a grevlous be shot over at Intervals from November but I wonder if it has of two-room school buildingfor gas In local plant increased.
Authorities who have studied the
elders, with the whole church, to burden on the Gentile, yet the to March without in the many advantages as its proponents asl 1 negro children on Merritt is- Brookaville Jacobs Te a.|
deposits believe
that either
send chosen men of their own company Christian Pharisees as a I
I. could not well business.
1 to Antloch with Paul and result of a sudden upheaval or the least endangering the breeding believe? Its adoption would necessitate land. __._m_ ______ opened for
refuse admission to those who ful-
_ stock for the following season.
." gradual rising of the continent, a revamping of our
';! ; I\.I\ \ ... : .-. - great bodies of waters from the I Discretionary power should be chronology and a rewriting of { !!! ,

: ; Pacific were completely enclosed by 'delegated: to all state game com- practically all our textbooks. Thoseof : iC IJ.1IWWIIWU\lIlU1lruln\ J

I I" { : : rising land. A beating sun, pouring missions so that the number of us who were born after Jan-

4l + Do You Know ? ] down upon the inland lakes In this birds killed In each county or uary would have to figure a new

,''I .\; ,",:. ,, < hew region, gradually dried up the Croup of counties can be regulated date for our birthdays. It would
) . salt water entirely on the basis of the num- the date of
j ).... . " j; destroying plant and change practically all Taste it-
,.It.,' ..'. ;. a' ,-- animal life. /Then followed low ber of birds produced there, while our national holidays for which we

oxidation which, with other natural the actual bag on private lands manifest so much patriotic feeling.

o't' ara processes, produced almost by: magic should be regulated by the land- The birthday of our nation would

tan entirely new substance-Chilean owner, for he alone Is in position fall on Sol 17, instead of July 4.

+ r s nitrate of soda, as-It is called to I to know just how many birds mayb How much patriotic sentiment Smell itj

day. The nitrate, with other min. : i safely taken; from his property. would be aroused in the hearts of

9 9I eials. Is now found In beds In an i Under this system a game commission the American people for this new

,. area covering 75,000( square miles, can close or shorten the sea- memorial of the gaining of our In- It's no wonder Chickens will give you
I t where it has been baked and seasoned son In any section whenever such dependence?

: ay'i for centuries. action seems necessary for the These are merely matters of con-

It is generally thought that the good of the birds, and can open or venience and sentiment. Further

i 3P natural origin of Chilean nitrate tend the shooting period when or reflection brings] us to a more ser- 42 Extra EggsWhen
accounts for its unusual record of ,
where ,conditions warrant. Of ious
,. aspect of the question.Our .
service to farmer of the world. It course, such '>close regulation requires solar
not lend
year Itself -
tist a .
a y contains, besides nitrogen, a num an efficient, non-political of
4 ; to an even distribution in you give them a bag
bar of other Important elements-
: game commission with a field weeks and months, for there is al-
Jfi: potassium, calcium, magnesium,
: force adequate to keep in touch ways at least one extra day.It .
: iodine, and boron. All of these are I with local
{ conditions In all
game la desired by the
essential for The growth, and healthof : parts of the state, but this is proponentsof PURINA CHOWSin
,,:4: highly the revised calendar to have
"' '" 1 1t plant It la because of the pros
\" desirable In
: any cam each each
year month and each
) once of these lement that Chilean ( Checkerboard Sacks)
I {t la also essential for the good week begin on the
same day of the
t ,' ;:,.,''d; nitrate is frequently It called "nitro I of the cause that sportsmen with week. To do this, they proposeto And not them the best
: \ gen plus. Is more than a source land why give
shoot realize
,. ", S_ of nitrogen. no over that divide the year into 13 months.
the landowners hold the whip handIn This involves the
The commercial exploitation of inserting of an
S the nitrate deposits commenced the quail situation True; the extra month. Sol; between June Better Quality-Lower Cost
state can close season. BO that the
and July. The extra
1830. Th. fertilizer fcaa been used day the
aver since, and It Is now recognized landowners themselves cannot end of each year (two on leap

as the oldest of the commercial frtillxing > shoo ,the birds, even though the year) they would consider as a

materials In this country stock on their ground is due to "blank" day or holiday, not reckoned Bradford County Farmers
their effort. On the other hand
In the 13-month
about three quarters of a million calendar. If
ton are used annually. Accordingo the landowner has only to post his this plan were to go into effect in

conservative estimates, the supply ground to exclude everyone, licensed 1933 as its proponents desire, the .

.5 Is adequate to meet the need of the hunters and all. For this year would ,begin with Sunday. Supply CompanyStarke

world for leveral centur'es, even If reason the :sportsman with no Thirteen 28-day months would

: the rate of consumption Ie 1 materially place to hunt will do best to ar- bring us to December 30 and the

1 increased. range for such shooting as he desires plan would work as follows:

with the owners of the We would retire on Saturday FloridaBetter

.r '"""t I, _...,...,. ., .?,-,>..,,. rt ground where the game occurs, or night December 30. Awaking the Feeds, Better Service
1 Drooksvllle Ice cream stand can be produced for him. As the next morning we would discover

,,,.,.....,,,, C....".. N.. -l '041.." and milk depot opened by Don Sellers continued production of an abund- that It was not Sunday as we ex- The

the highest paid employ In the lumbering Industry on the on South Main street in buildIng ant supply of the game birds may pected, nor January 1, but only a Store with the CheckerboardSjgn [HDi5w1rw9
THAT formerly entail the modification
occupied by Ayres'Market. af agricul- "blank"
coast I I. the hlgh-rlggcr whose Job It I. to climb the day. Living through the
w giant tr..*. lopping off the branch a* h* got and finally I* cut off tural practices, the planting of feed 24 hours of that day we would re-
th. top of the tr.* *o that h* can *.t In place the cap and pull.y which Eustla Tri-County Canning and regulation of cover, aa well asa tire once more' and awaken the
r' v* l I&.:"i> used to move the log .a thy are cut( Hla job require mora Association leased plant of Rice measure of control of quail enemies next morning to greet Sunday,

.... + a 1I'1'1r. hazardous than that of a structural worker. Brothers near A. C. L. freight,depot and so forth reimbursementof January I, 1934. Thus, the inser-

1x ;. M .-rlUeh h. ahow. a high rigger- ......1..1 the top of a al..t and will operate next season. some sort j> essentiaL tion. of the "blank" day would Sub-dealer: S. D. Cheatham,
Ye; w. __ e.lumbl. i beginning'early In November. Straight thinking people do not break the
- weekly
-- --- -- cycle, a thing Lawtey, Fla.

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i r .AA f-'L. r=" ,." ""I>!'. ihMe A rt n t iP h" T ,. J',.

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(1.1.- J. Parrlsh;;: :near here. Seven I way in Holmes county. P. N. Talbot three common large flshooks and I)I rodents will cut short the life of i

laborers vouched ''for the ) and J. P.. Hartley, Hartford, I mank gangs as he likes, put them the small longleaf trees after the
%News' of Florida In Short Paragraphs> of the report. It was be- 'Ala., are erecting a nix room ad- mank gangs as he likes, put them i!1 I noeti. germinate in the woods I DROOKER '
lieved that the deer was asleep Itlon; to the Leonla school house. 'I on his line, and he is ready forsr'Igginb Even though longleaf pine has "as- Mice Vera Gainey. Cor.
when awakened by the mowing and The mntertal is on: the ground, and': ; He throws his line in !I besto," buds, fire not only stunts
that sudden fright caused its con- foundation has been poured, and the water and drags It along an.ilaonikllruos the growth of seedlings but fre- Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Gainey and
M fusion in getting away, masons began laying the brick. The he gets mullet, trout, qiu ntly kl'ln them outright. Long- children were visiting friends and ,,
LIVE STATE NEWSTOLD I material is on the ground for the shcephead, catfish or what have 'leaf buds, however, do not develop relatives here Sunday.
lilt Jacksonville compressed air job, and Mr. Weeks Is starting the you in the river. As many as six- the "asbestos". quality until they Among those attending church r
motor work off this week. The additionto ty-five and seventy-five Huh have I have gone through two growing
with which a large bus could services at Little Springs from there
Inkk make the 300-mile trip from Jacksonville Open Pond school Is being put !been caught in this way by one seasons. Sunday were Mrs. Sarah

BY OUR EXCHANGES to Atlanta, Ga., at the cost up by J. H. Browder. The new person. I' Fire also is a deadly enemy of Mott, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Bran- i
Ie 1 of $1 soon will be patented, W. E. building at Broward Is completed slash pine seedlings; this tree Is an nen and daughter, Pauline.

----,_..... - ,....-- Boyette, the inventor, announced, and school Is in progress there at I Trenton--Two cars of hogs will abundant producer of gum and affords Messrs. H. P. Gainey and R. W.
'fl this time.
-i leave Trenton next Wednesday as for
great possibilities
Boyette is enroute to Washingtonto news Brannen were attending to business -
il Properties I or.
the second of
Trlmbey have his shipment the season print production.
ant contrivance
In Jacksonville last Monday.
arlng 11 50> acres of land ad- patent. The motor, he claims, Orlando Dr. Perry H. Howe, by the Gulf Cooperative Marketing State Forester Harry Lee Baker Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Crosby and
the present 600 acre ,tract will Fort Myers--The reorganizationplan will provide a speed of 30 to SO head of the dental school at Harvard Association. The first shipment, a I says that, with the abundant pine lIOn, Glen and Mr. Mentz of Jack
g trees. The new land of the Southern Sugar com- miles per hour and revolutionizethe University, declares that if single car, was moved Wednesday, seed crop this year, many of Flor- sonvllle, were visiting her parents,
m ug| winter, pany has been declared operativeand motor industry. the American people drank a pintof last week. It brought $::5.26 pert I' Idp.'s forest acre will become restocked Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Gainey here
nrk its complete consummation is orange or grapefruit juice a cwt for tops and averaged about I' with young pine trees If Sunday.
Lersburg Approximate- probable at an early date, it was Ocala A referendum to decide Jay they would forget what a den- 500. D. D. Faircloth, phesidentof fire and hogs can be kept off the'I Miss Lola Gainey, who has been 't
within aU revealed when advertisementswere tist's chair looks like the cooperative, was pessimistic area for the next two
CTooO will! be paid whether fences shall be erected be- "Not only years. Nature pending a few days In Jackson-
by the city of St. Petj placed with newspapers thru- ,tween Marlon county and open that," added the doctor, "but you this week regarding the outlook If given half a chance, will ville with her sister, Mrs. A. B.
W ;, on its obligation, a com- out this section carrying this an- range territory for cattle has been would seldom have to go to a doctor for better prices. With white do our planting for us. In orderto Crosby, returned to her home here
11\\ representing bondholders ofBy nouncement from the reorganization called here for October 13 by the ." Floridans know this to be' a meat selling on the. local retail let nature do it, many owners last Sunday. y
have announced. group. board of county commissioners. Ir fact, but they like to read thata market last Saturday; at nine centsa of forest land are taking the pre- Miss Okie Hinson of Hampton, r
- ratified, the legislation providesfor celebrated dentist like Dr, Howe pound Mr. Faircloth doubted the caution to keep out fires by spent last Sunday here with her
ignh |,leY Contractors have fin- Tampa-+Constructlon of a down erection of fences to keep open backs them up in their belief. Or- price of live hogs would go up for ploughing fire breaks, a procedure 8lste Miss Willie Mae Hinson.
I toe bardsurfacing of thelv town substation has been begunby range cattle from trespassing Into ange and grapefruit juice is the several months. The price paid which the Florida Service endorses Messrs P. A. and H B. Crosby
1111 between Cottondale and the Tampa Electric company, Marion county and authorizes the best tonic and appetizer known to for the shipment last week, how- were attending to business la
17 and the project Is onlyL the structure being located at the employment of officers to impound man. It is endorsed by many of ever, was the best paid in the Jacksonville Friday.Mr. .
alt i: on the "seasoning" until southeastern part of the city to trespassing cattle. JLhe leading physicians of the land. 'Florida-Georgia peanut pork belt, Tarpon Springs Plans under- Eugene Hazen of Sarasota,
etch i Is opened to travel., handle light and power current Mr. Faircloth believed. way for beautification of Eagle was called to the bedside of his ;
distribution In the warehouse, Miami-It all came from teaching Palatka-Offlclalj"here: have an ' street South of Anclote river mother, Mrs. D. W. Hazen here last ry s
''lbtc m Oak Decision has beend wharf and industrial part of the' Sonny how to wrestle. Circuit eye for economy. They have de- IJUMl-EH PINE SEED bridge and Dixie highway north of Tuesday, ;i .
! to name the new bridgehe city. The structure:: which will cost Clerk R B. Leatherman Is takinghis cided It is cheaper to run hoboes CUOI THIS FALLA bridge. ,
river at Su- out of the county than to for -- State road department F 3
Suwannee about $120,000 is expected to be In breath slowly and carefully- pay Zephyrhllls -- -
,3II\ le Springs the Stephen Fos- operation about October 1. sometimes painfully. Emory, Jr., their keep while they serve sen- recent survey conducted by crew rounded off shoulders Fort Pierce City to seek per
morlal Bridge in memory ofliter 13, wanted to learn to wrestle and tences on vagrancy charges. Nine- members of the Florida Forest Ser- and cleaned ditches on sides mit from war department for con- '
lidO of the song that made Tampa-An average of more his father assumed the role of tutor teen hoboes were headed south to- vice indicates that a bumper crop of state road No. 23 on dlagnol rtructlon of bridge across Indian'
'er famous. than 1,000,000 cigars a day were All went well until the son day after Peace Justice P. B. Huff of long-leaf and slash pine tree course just north of Atlantic river and for development ofcity's
'k. manufactured in Tampa during wrapped a pair of sturdy arms suspended sentences of from two seeds will be produced this fall., Coast Line crossing, two miles 170-mile tract of submerged "
chula It looks like we'll July, according to a report by the around his father's chest and days to three months Imposed on These pines are Florida's leading south of here.Construction. land.
,{U ave a 60 or 70 per cent cu- internal revenue department, Just squeezed. Something cracked- vagrants taken from railroad commercial trees. Already some of new state road
|r crop this fall comparedt Issued. The month's total was 35- twice. The circuit clerk has two trains here during August. Huffs cones are beginning to turn purple, between Mlms and Sanford under I
season, but last year was 041,490.. Uncle Sam was paid: broken ribs in bandages. action followed a complaint by which Is an Indication that the seed way.Oakland COFFINS & CASKETS ,
II for cucumbers,, so the city commission that the 19 la almost ripe. Just before the Park - County commissioners -
, per one $149,749.94 during the month by -' And a Full Line ofUndertakers' .
ictlon will not mean a short local manufacturers for purchaseof I Tampa-A painted yellow truck hoboes would cast the county more cone-scales open, the cones become voted to 'spend $1000
all. to be I than $1.600 by the time their sen- brown In color. The survey con- widening highway and eliminating Supplies
!ter stamps placed on the boxes bearing many boxes of "breakfast
containing these cigars.St. I food" and "soap" cartons recently tences were completed. The vag- ducted in order that a supply of dangerous curve here. ..i
ado Work will be started seized near Branford and brought rants were ordered to stay off seeds can be obtained for raising Apalachlcola -.. Anthony Broth. AUTOMORiLE IIRARSR
1It lately on the Vlneland-Win- Petersburg A parochial, here for storage proved to be 1- trains and keep mo"lng. pine seedlings in the state forestry era Honey Co., shipped by express Alnar' an ...... The *..l 1
to deaf nursery at Ralford. These seed- quantity of clear tupelo honey in ..rvli>. at .... lo....tHli .....- t
Ita fcrden road, according school
following the Romanesque 500 quarts of choice Christmas liq-
n.II I the county commission- type of,architecture which marks uor. The consignment, enroute Cocoa-We have beard of torch lings are distributed at cost for individual glass containers to be .rlitl .attention nrd.r.nlntlINTITIIICn . tvl....,.. ,%1

ontracts for materials to the St.. Mary's Catholic church at from Miami to Chicago, was valuedat light fishing, but the latest pop- about $3 per thousand by the Flor- used by Seaboard Air Line railroad
ular sport here now Is "snagging"fish ida Forest' Service for planting for- in their dining cars. : IUMBArMICR 4
. let to four
. It tot $73,000 were Fourth street and Fifth avenue, $8,000. The name of a well
} : from the Cocou-Merritt Island est areas and abandoned fields Winter Haven -. Associations DEWITT C. JONES i.TARKIO
.. pit companies 'St. Petersburg, and occupying the known food corporation was painted -
,same plot as this edifice, will be on both sides of the ruck and bridge. The hook-up Is this: which cannot restock readily be- organized Winter Haven Cannlnr FI.OIIIHA "
The fisherman gets a cracker pole cause of the absence of seed trees. Association to rt
nd-In anticipation of an built in time for occupancy next according to customs patrolmen, operate throug f _
a: [ are al- and rigs up a line on It. He gets Enemies such as fire, hogs and Bordo Products Co., plant here
tourist season plans winter. It will be a two-story belonged to a big liquor ring oper-
:. 1 well under way whereby the brick structure, modern in every ating out of Miami.Crawfordsville dl
Ls entertainments and recre- respect.
jil t features provided for visln S. D. Lawhonof
| DeLand will be available Sarasota Sarasota yatchmenare Sopchoppy, chairman of the .
5t two weeks earlier thane in possession of the famousSir Wakulla county commission( today *. i
case last year. Thomas Lipton trophy, symbolof was under bond awaiting trialon } itavct
the sailing supremacy of the charges of attacking two mem- ;i
g cevllle A train load of Gulf of Mexico, for the second suc- bers of the county school board. 1 ; / ,I
, B was shipped by J. M. Kirk- cessive year. By placing fourthIn Officers said Lawhon attacked and
[JUt Monday. This Is perhaps the final race of the 1931 Lip- severaly beat Emory Rudd and i.1:2.:
1 est t shipment of cotton ever ton regatta here the Sarasota Newt Culbreath late yesterday
i lent from Graceville. The yacht club captured the handsome during a meeting of the school 1 1I
|nmt required 34 freight cars "mug"' and will retain it in pos- board at Otter Creek. They said I / 1
do There were 1,033 bales In session for another year. the altercation followed the school
Hipmtnt, which was sent vtolOttans. board's discussion of a-plan to dismiss -
Wllllston The hog'' season two teacher's, 'one of them
!r opened with a double deck car be- Lawhon's daughter.JacksonvllleS. .
aJIJI City -Six thousand ing loaded ou tof Trenton' by the
of cotton are being concen- Gulf Coast Marketing Associationand P. Morris was I '
|! here for export early next one car at Williston loaded hungry, but S. P. Morris gets three :
Many carload shipments out by the Central Marketing as- meals a day in a jail cell now. Mor- i tiiir.ijc .. w
I Georgia and Alabama have sociation. The car ''at Trenton ris applied at a free kitchen here
fly been received. The Wat- brought $5.23 which Is considereda 'for food. Given a bowl of soup, _
Steamship Line has pur- good price under present condi- he charged It was "warmed over"
|J 10 vessels to be used out of tions. The car at Wllllston brought and unfit to eat. Not only that ,I
ort to foreign countries. $4.85 due to it being a light weightcar. but Morris swore out a warrant ,
against the operator of the free I cr........ ........... ?
a ... ...,,.., ..
lahan Wade Brothers kitchen him with elk - m In ui e
a soup charging ,
"o/e'!ii ,. withintn .....
Ird concern, has installed a Fort Pierce-The manufactureof abusive language. "That's certainly i -- "' ....... _...... IOn" ... "
{cracker, a grader and aspiI storage batteries for automo- biting the hand that feeds you" :I i "..."... y/let.dby I'
I for the manufacture of biles and boats Is a new Fort Judge Anderson told Morris when Hmntl to .,>. rwluhqfl.Bfmrlnfm .

I ed J corn for poultry. They Pierce industry. Organization of he appeared in''court to prosecute I /* ttmbbltt. taI....... 't
Irving to induce the farmers the Atlantic Battery Manufacturing f the soup kitchen operator. "You :;? r _.,.,hM>y utr pr......**
pan% county to raise corn 'for company, Inc., has just been may have 30 days in jail to ponderon II I .ml .. 1/8' l....._...... ;}

ney crop, claiming that it Is announced by H. F. Stanton, mana- Ingratitude. II I
I |profitable than cotton. ger of the Stanton company, auto- ,iI I I r
< -- mobile parts concern. The new Plant City Farmers of this
paSuit was filed In circuit firm will manufacture batteries of strawberry area may look with 'IPossessi.g the basic goodness of
I by T. N. Henderson, defeat- all type and sizes, which will be grave concern upon the possibilityof
Mdidate for mayor in last marketed under three brands. the releasing of pheasants in
1 f Isy's city primary election, this or neighboring counties to pro- ;
ting the validity and legal- Titusville-Amos Bell, negro laborer vide another game bird for Flor- souml design aiul flue iiitaiiutfaeture
| 3 Henderson and not R. E. L.My. when a young buck deer jumpedInto Ortman, who Is farming In the r
was the actual choice of his arms as he was mowing Midway section and has had pre- {1 W
tWty'" of legal voters for may weeds in an orange grove for Sen. vious experience with pheasants In aI. '( From theselectionofrawmaterials the motor, Chevrolet engineers were not content ,

nu_ South Dakota before coming to to the completion of the finished to offer the ;
,<', ','::":::,,:::-.:,., :>.' .:::. :. ."':"' .. '::':i>"'>.::":.Of::' :.,, .::">:::" :::' '>: :;" "' Florida. In the opinion of Mr., public anything than ;I ,
: Ortman, the release of pheasantsIn product, each process of building, assembling tried and proved dc lgn. They knew that the d

this section would provide a real and checking the Chevrolet Six is marked by
menace to farming If the birds only satisfactory way to get smooth, flexible ,
multiplied and became numerous I extreme care and precision. An exhaustive In I.
.' power a car to use at least six cylinder. !
"iv.act hereabout. system of teat and inspection"' >> make. certain
So they adopted the sis-cylinder engine with i ,,
Miami Beach Miami Beach that every part meets specified dimension
out compromise. And this Is what you get inexactly
Bay Sshore company, a subsidiaryof Many of these parts are held to
,& YSI the Carl O. Fisher Properties, today's Chevrolet Six.
Inc., has plans for construction of limits) of one ten-thousandth of an Inch. No

OPArEATHEMTOG.iTH.iR >tiI a ,colony the of Nautilus low priced hotel residencesnear polo manufacturer in the Industry uses more care A. a result of this sound designing and sound

grounds and the new North Beach or precision In building and testing than manufacturing, you can buy a Chevrolet and

I!_C ; : : ; would public school be priced site between The residences$7,000 Chevrolet., Twenty beautiful model, at prices know you are getting a r'
Just as of the
., :: and $10,000. Contract for four of every part
::::< > ;:::":"" :f':: :':::":"" '> senulnelysooclautomoear
w:': ':?ttr'f.:; ::: ; > :: :' ':: {%,::(' ;,;;': ;: t:;: ::'p', ::' "" :'$: :i\:..'":<.,: :?:.;. ;;:.):. the .new homes has already.been Is soundly built, ranging fom $47j to '67 a!Iv bile-wundlyde.igned: ,
let to John Berry and son Con-

I tractors. There Is room for about e.eryreature Is soundly All pritMt ,. .. .. fUni.Lm /11......._ .......' vulpmmt Mrr .... soundly built, basically :
forty homes on'the tract and If designed. In planning dM9 ..' p'.... ...., G. M. A. C. <.rm.. and technically
the idea proves popular it will be right
carried out until forty homes are .

built. NEW CHEVROLET; six s

St. Andrews The City Fish .
Market reports approximately .
9000 pounds of snappers and Great American'nlu.

groupers received In port from \ .
t f., r Y y y.y t. :: various fishing smacks. The Russ
Brothers Fish Company of Mlllville. "
1 Holmes Fish Company also See your dealer below ,

of MiUvlUe, report splendid catchesof -
mullet and snappers into their
: ,fish house. This great Industry Is
4 %. one of the main props of the com-
munity, and one that. destined to TORODE CHEVROLET COMPANY a
hold good as long as St. Andrews
Bay and Gulf of Mexico are intact ,
Fish may not always bring a top
price on the market neverthelessthere .
is always a market for some, Starke Florida
U not In large quantities. ,
tf' J "
yBonlfsy Three new school 7 7K
I.hy'ri'Mq building projects are now under, .1


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1 : .. BRA1)JI'OkO COUNTY TELEORAI'il 8'tAl'c.tt1t.' ftnRIDA ., .__ ___ .._.,_._..- FRIDAY_ ,.. REI'TE\1_ :1BEB ll,
1'AGII: P'OUIt . . - -- -- -
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.. . . ------ -- GAIETY THEATRE Punta
'- -''''--'--- AT TilE GordaTOI
II.\S ,
ESCAPE AS TREE HITS CAR extended by Irate,
Safe Cracked In FARM TESTSAn ,Friday and Saturday of this county 7l
$4.33 IN Tel. Co. from
cI route week will be seen one of the, best lty
mall to
/ 1 1G. While out on his rural -Grand by L
of the season en- way a ;
[ last Saturday. R. S. Johns had a western pictures tharlotlt n

Lawtey Thursday t Investment of one dollar In narrow escape from death when titled "The Conquering: Horde". bor, Muraock' IiI: .Jo\e.Aa\

? r quick-acting nitrogen brought back. the wind blew a tree across the Monday and Tuesday the DI- Placida.
to nearly. 4,000 Southern farmers In another smash,
$4.33 road, which struck his automobilejust vocee star,
A.. TO MEET who conducted. demonstrations the back seat, crushingIn "Strangers May Klsa.t' starring
fLr Store of O. W. Robert and F. KCurradlne with the principal crops during the the above top of his new Chevrolet Norma Shearer. Her motto was r- IL E.

' The Intermediate and Junior QA.'s Entered Thurs last eight ,ears. sedan and doing several hundred kiss-and then on with new loves. LAGERGRI"

will meet at the home of Mrs day Night Besides revealing the deficiencyof dollars' damage. All the glass In See "Strangers May Kiss," Mondayand SurvejIng-.Leuu,,
soils, the ,
afternoon, nitrogen .In Southern
I W. J. Epperson Monday .
smashed and the body Tuesday.A
the top was MappingStarke
:' at 3:45: o'clock. Sometime Thursday night rob- results of, / feature will be offered -
repaired. big
It Is now being
nitro damaged.
r 1 A bers broke open the front door of that the umvof) quick acting to farmers of Bradford and Florida

i W. M. U. MEETS MONDAY G. W. Roberts' store and proceed. gen is ono of {lie most prod tab!a investments nights
the Union Friday and Saturday
ed to do a neat job of safe crack- that can lie made on the The accident occurred on

Woman' Missionary Union ing. Nitroglycerine was evidently farm. The nitrogen fertilizer usedIn New River road Just before you In the big film "Bigger Potato

) The and sacks of rice r. all tbe tdemonslraUona was I come to the pavement. Mr. JohnsIs Profits Through Larger Quality -
>r will hold their business meeting at used as clothes ,, .4 :
4 film striking
hitfets of soda fortunate that he was riding in Yields.
t scattered the floor Chilean
etc over
1 Methodist church next Monday were i
the at o'clock.\ Members apparently having been used to According to the summary a'dol.i a sedan, for If It had been an open views of the famous potato sections 666

afternoon muffle the explosion. The robbers lar's rortb'ol nitrate used for cotton car, no doubt the limbs of the tree of Idaho,. Maine Minnesota

r j invited. took about one hundred dollars In t II returned.0__ the aveiage '''.Ta:: would have struck and killed him., North Dakota also New Brunswick -I TA IIJ.ETIUO .

AMERICAN LEGION cash, four thousand cigarettes: anda 4 / ffr for corn. $3S7; oats '3.14; wheat, As it was the was considerablycut and Canada. I R..U.Ml......,....He.d.3 cheeks".. ..rn!

1 h AUXILIARY TO MEET few pair of shoes. $294: sugar cane. ., $4.16; and,.tobacco. about the back and shoulders You will sea close ups of seed d.r. dad ........ Ma.O..I, .<< .U 1110

Authorities expressed them- $12.83. : by flying glass and lost considerable borne diseases that reduce the rar .
t unit _The demonstration were conducted blood before reaching a doc stands, and how to cure them. How for Baby's
;' i 'The Jones-Langford-Whlte selves as believing' perpetrators _
:4F.l of the American Legion Auxlllarj to be the gang which has been $l lA under widely varying: con.cI1tloAa tor.-Lake Butler Times. they harvest them: and many other
I. : at) south A-A % as regards: : soil and cllmrte. features Interesting to our farmers.'
will meet Wednesday operating similarly through .
8:30: o'clock at the home of Mrs Georgia.. In every' case the fertilizer application RESOLUTION OF HAMPTONLODGE This film will be shown with the

Walter Coleman in Lake Butler., The store of F. R. Carardlne was and the harvesting of the crop orvocational NO. 129 F. & A. M. regular program, but to those who FLORIDATHEATRE

I Mrs. Coleman and Mrs. K. G. Dun. also entered but nothing was discovered -, R- R were checked< .L.u by county. agents cannot afford to buy tickets to the

'' can will be hostell8e8.STIUCKLANDKooN8. missing. ROYAL WEDDING Prln I teacners.S. ....\ 1 Whereas, for as much as it has entire show we are showing the

Lawtey does not Intend having a Theodora of Greece daufht pleased Almighty God to take out picture absolutely free at about

q repetition of this outrage. The ecu of Prince Andre, brother ol ,EKing > WOMAN\ APT1RES of this world the soul of our deceased 10:19.. Come and see it. GAINESViLLE, FLA.,

city council and mayor will be pe- Constantine of Greece wrw : brother Jerome F. Houser; .

Mrs. Suale A..Koons. announces titioned In an effort to. secure a married to Prince Margrave Bt .... c. COTTON PRIZE Be It resolved, that in his passIng CARD OF THANKS Pro. Week

the marriage of her daughter,, night marshaL thold of Baden recently at ri this lodge has lost a faithful Sept K

1 Pearl to Sidney F. Strickland,, beautiful castle at BadenBaden.A Mrs. C. R. !Matbls of Blackville, member; the town of Hampton a We wish to thank those who rendered -

1 Saturday, September twelfth nine. Howard Miner left Wednesday South Carolina, won flrst prize of good citizen and the family a kind services in any during the TODAY

teen hundred and thirty-one. Pal for University of Florida, Gainesville Laugh or Two' 175000 In the State-Wide Acre and loving husband and father; Illness and the interment of our

metto, Florida. where be will study electrical ) Cotton Contest In 1939( by producing: Be it further resolved, that a loved one. We are thankful for Charles Farrell

i'' The,bride has lived In Palmetto engineering.Louis (Publishers Auxiliary. 5,250'poundsot lint cotton on fire copy of this resolution be spread the beautiful' floral offerings that

c t r most of her life and Is a memberof Hill, Jr., left last 'week Among the first passengers were acres on the minutes of the lodge as a were, placed by loving hands on Janet

the Palmetto high school fac- for University of Georgia, Athens, Mra. Mabel Willebrandt aviation who Is The seed,. labor, rent and fertilizer permanent record and a copy be the casket and the little mound Gaynor/

ulty. Mr. Strickand Is the oldest where tie will study forestry.' now associated with an used In growing: the crop costa I placed in the hands of the editor where our loved one sleeps. We In'Merely

son of Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Strick- Mrs.' F. R. Carradlne was Visiting corporation as Washington coun total of S3S7.18. The crop was sold .of the Bradford County Telegraphfor are also grateful to the United

land of Kingsley Lake. Mr. and Miss. Mary Lee Wynn In St. sel. Mrs. WUlebrandt carried a for $388.85/ Tbe five acres made a publication, and a copy be ten- Burial Association for the kind services Mary Ann'
bottle of water taken
u Mrs Strickland will make their Augustine last Wednesday and quart net profit ot52967,- or 1105.93: per dered to the bereaved family. rendered, also the words of

1 home in Ocala,, where he is In business. Thursday.Paul the Atlantic ocean which she poured acre. Coke 's seed No., 5 was used. Committee: A. A. Durden, C. E. consolement spoken during those

-t" Moore was a visitor .to into the Pacific upon arrival in At planting time 1.200 pounds per ; Harper, T, E. Brown, F, M.. Tay oppressive hours. SATURDAY"TABU"

Jacksonville Friday night Kansas City. acre of a 10-3-3 fertilizer was ap lor. Mrs. ;Annie Johns and family

r Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Godwin'and plied. The cotton was stda-dresaed ----- I --.-_--
t BRIDGE PARTY children of Raiford, were visiting Mr. and Mrs. J.A. Smith are the with 320 pounds Chilean nitrate of STARTLING DISCLOSURESThe Clayton Durwood Wilson

friends and relatives here Sunday.Mr. parents of a nine-pound boy, who soda per acre In, three applications.Mrs. Born to Mr and Mrs. Y. D. Wilson UnclvlllztHl Love With I Nn
Social events of thj week found arrived at the house last night. Mathla'performance Is additional tide ot the Red Perilof
and Mrs. Abe 'Milkeer and ,rising of Alexandria, Va., a son on Cant
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Robinson hosts Plain Dealer Want Ads Bring Results. evidence that profits are the Soviet movement of Russia been
son, Joseph, of Quitman, Ga, were ( Sept.. 4th 1931 He has,
at bridge Thursday evening at visiting Mr. Mllteer's sister Mrs.T. made by increasing'the acre yield will be given by Rev:W. 1... Brandon named Clayton Durwood., Mrs

fit. their. home cm Madison street. G. Pierce last week. through the:;use of good seed, fertiliser of Crescent City; at the Wom Wilson will be remembered in Monday & Tuesday}

Gaily colored garden flowers New' York, March ..-Helen and..proper! cultivation. an's Club at
Miss Dorothy Sapp and sister, \ [ Thursday night 7:30,: Starke as Miss Louise Pender.
decorated the living room in which Hayes whose work on the stage
I o'clock 24. .
Marion, of Baldwin, were visiting .Sept. "BAD
the tables for bridge were arranged. was interrupted by maternity, is to MARKED' FALLING OFF I GIRL"With
friends here Sunday. Facts will be given from Communist EASTERN STAR TO MEET
At the conclusion of several return in a manless play., STATE'S COTTON CROp.FORVURRENTSEASON
Mrs Leon King, of Jacksonville, and U. S. documents to

;, progressions of the game scores Is spending a few days with her .'. .<..J: I I show they are endangering our There will be a meeting of the

were added and prizes awarded to sister Mrs. E. E. Burney.. Woman Kicked by Her Husband I morals, homes and the very existence Eastern Star at the Masonic Hall Sally Eilers, JaT1lt
H. Wall and A. Z. Orlando, 10.;=The United
y :Mrs. C. Judge Said to Be Greatly Improved.- Sept.
Mr. E. J. Roberts and Howard our Christian civilization next Monday evening, 8 o'clock.
Adkins for holding high Headline. States department of agriculture,
Miner attended church in Jackson "' Both men and women from all Dunn
served the local bureau of agricultural
An Ice course was eco-
ville Saturday and Sunday.Mr. over the county are invited to hear Sebring-Circle Theatre reopen
Mr. and Mrs. nomics, todaY' estimated produc-
following guest Calvin P. Foulke of Whltemarsh
and Mrs. Clifton Brown of a message that will mean much to ed.
t C. A. Knight, Mr. and Mrs H. C. won two distinctions at the an- tion of Florida cotton for the cur- their lives. Admission free. WEDNESDAYRICHARD
Graham spent the week-end with
Well Judge and Mrs A. Z. Aclklns, nual class elections of the seniorsof rent season at 36,000 bales'com- .
Mr. Brown's Dr. and Mrs.
Senator and'Mrs. E. M. Johns and G. W. Brown.parents. Princeton. He was r voted the pared with' 60000 bales ginned Umatllla-Florida State Elks as-

:Mr. and. Mrs. W. M. Wainwright. "most likely bachelor" and the from crop of 1930. sociation voted to accept 100-room DIX
Mr. and Mrs J. T. Moore, son,
woman heater." This indication the bureau stat- hotel
"greatest building bere.l.a home for
Mrs. and Miss In
a George,
ed, ls based oh September 1 con-
children gift'of Mr. and
Kennard in Jacksonville crippled
CIRCLES OF TIlE BAPTIST were shopping *
For the less formal interior,, dition of 691iper' cent comparedwith
W.:M., H. MEET ,Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Harry R. P. Miller of Eustis. 'Young Donovan's K<
straight-hanging, unlined ,draw a reported condition of 79 per --
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thede anddaughter.
curtains are helpful in creating an cent a year ao, Heavier rainfall WithJackie
Circle No., 1of the Baptist ,W. .Mr. '
during August Increased the
M. 8. met at the home of Mrs. W: and Mft'c.: ,Y. FR1g'etot Mankato, atmoaphera of3uptajtyj. ;,:': ?; ,. )
growth of the plant but also caused twIiNTU' CooperThursday
,H. Perkins, Monday afternoon at MInn., and Mr. Walter Sholtf of '
With an effort Janet pulled her- some shedding; the announcement
3:30: o'clock. 8t. self She
together. stopped crying ,
A short business session was held and Mrs. R., R. Thede here last Fri
( and dried held ears. A said to be about the same as & a.1
by the leader Mrs. J. M. Brownlee week.
1/' last year but;the weevil damage
and' followed with the devotional Mrs. David Moore and children
Miss Hazel Gregg's gladiola garden was said to be heavier.
which was led by Mrs. W. B.Mun- were Visiting'in, Jacksonville last WILL ROGERSIn
has been i attractlng conslder The announcement placed pro- j
dy.-Jr., and prayer by Mrs' ,,,0eot'ge' week. A'T able attention of late. She- spends duction 'for ''the entire United

,C. White. Jj; *: ?. many hours each day in the gasmen States at 15,685,000: bales compared art Dark Eye Shadow.

'j.daughter. Mm. Perkins, Mills, assisted Eunice Perkins by her, MRS. 'J. L STEPHENS BURIEDAT and her large collection of panta> I with 13,932,000 bales ginned. are invisible under the enchanting "Young As You FK\\
klNOSLEY from the of 1930.
LAKE crop film of seductive beauty imparted
served a sweet course after which 6rChildren
Father of Places Sax ,.r to your skin and complexion.
1 time was spent in sewing and con- .
Foley, Sept. 11 Funeral services Blame on Wife.-Headline. GOVERNMENTYHITEWASII They need no longer age your appearance -
v 1 'Veraation. Collection for the afternoon -.
for Mrs. Leecy Morgan '" or detract from the

was $2.40. Stephens 33, whose death occurred 2 Convicts Evade Noose; Jury The'tormQ t\\ 't 'r what'is knownas charming youthful beauty you' .
: Those present were: Mrs. W, L.Wa may so easily possess thru
from pneumonia at 1:15: 'o'clock Hung.-Headline.
,.Mrs. Alice Langford, Mrs. Q.t government whitewash, since it
H. Bennett Mrs. W. B. Jr; this afternoon at her home in this ,Is used on, lighthouses owned by OOURAUr5ORIENTAL '
Mundy ,
E..l2'clelD 7' !ft
city following an illness of three 50th 330 ; pleasant '
Mrs. George C. White and Mrs. J. the federal.government. Is as follows ;cpjFDJJPYour
weeks duration, are to be helc) Saturday rooms, running water, $4-$:5. Love.. ) ' "
M. Brownlee. .
Circle No. 2 of the Baptist W., afternoon from the Church Classified advt. :; One-hall bushel of good, unslack- \ ,CREAMS ,

')6U. met Monday afternoon at of Christ at Kingsley Lake, near :f>i.. e<1 ,lime; slack-with ,boiling,;water, Bus'uieaCLOVER Wt.K.riwh' and Rachel'Sh....
(. Starke Interment will be,in the The skipper spat disconsolately
cover duVing the to ,keep
,, O'clock with Mrs. A. ,M. Darby. process 4
Kingsley Lake cemetery down the engine-room ventilatorand --------- ----------- 7
: The devotional was opened withA the steam, iaj.strain; the liquid t
Mrs. Stephens was the wife of stopped the engines.-Story: .
reading from the first through a sieve fine enough to retain -
and Dr. J. L. Stephens veterlnary'for c- all unslacked lumps. Dissolvea
Chapter: 2nd Corinthians, followed
with by Mrs. the Brooks-Scanlon Corporation of There were two sharp reports, peck of clean salt In a little water
prayer Darby. Foley, and she was widely known and Radley lunched and staggered ,
After a short business session asocial and add to the solution; boll FARM STORE
throughout this and other sections -Story.j,
half-hour followed, during to a thin paste three pounds of
of the state. rice and put Into the mixture while
time the hostess served I
which:, Besides her widower, she is survived Apartments to share. W.. 86th hot and one pound of blue prev- BleacheMuddy
and wafers
J "punch. by her mother, :Mrs. L.' U. street. .Lady pleasant, sunny,, (3 iously melted over a fire and half- Quickly

Griffin Those Mrs.present Priest were, :Mrs.Mrs.. F.O. F.J. Morgan, of Ocala; by five children, exposures)*-Advt. pound of whiting. Mix well, and A FEW OF OUR SPECIALS Skins

JOsey. Evelyn and Maxine, daughters -' ,then add five gallons of hot water, appearances vaD''
Flume Mrs. Chaa. Overstreet, Mrs. Dull ordinary )
; Morgan and a 9-tnonths-old Mrs. -- pointed to a door! and well
stirring ; cover closely and let blemlahesand defective reafare
A. L. Kahr Jr., and Miss Frances as
baby, sons. Four sisters and three replied in one syllable "Bath- stand several days. under the\
Overstreet. Beat GradeCompound Big No. 2 Cans forgotten
brothers also survive They are: room.-Story. instantly
If heated and applied! hot It will bewitching beauty
Circle No. 3 of the Missionary
Mrs. Oliver Underhill, Starke; Mrs be better...!and last longer than Lard CORN3for25c dered. Beneficial in eorr
Society met Monday after. J. A. Sasser Cross City; Mrs. Hen- Mother of Two Gives Mate Some when ,appllei ,l tilJ.: tan, abbine8 freckles, wruH"

s noon at 4:00 o'clock at the home of nan Williams, Plant City; Mrs. Credit.-Headline. . ..!......- 3lbs.25c GOURAUD'SORIENTAL
Mrs. O. p Raymond with Mra.
Frank King Mort Meade, and Grey L Frostproof Department: store

Raymond. and Mrs. L. G. Hemingway Morgan, Tampa r Leeton Morgan, Amateur Lion Taming Dally;afternoon may be established In this city.

as Hostesses. Vases and bowlsspot : Ocala, and Frank Morgan of and evening. A lady,or Inverness Orange Hotel repp .- Laundry SOAP or Double pkg. Macaronior .CREAMw.
lovely yellow fall flowers were
Starke. gentleman will be' selected) from In ted. .

fi arranged about ,the living room 'I The funeral arrangements are In the audience to enter the Lion's Construction of River Junctlon- POWDER Spaghetti ............h..... R80h1Beautiful l u'r"f.

t, Sphere the members gathered. charge of the Whiddon Undertaking Den. Special Afternoon Feeding at Chattahoochee road completed.
Mrs. Alderman, the circle leader, 3 o'clock Package---15c
a Parlors of Foley. Monday and Wednesday..Advt. .
opened the meeting, reading a selection -. '

: from the, book of John. 6for1ScGuaranteed
Mrs. Epperson offered prayer. The BOOKS NEEDED FOR LIBRARY 1 pkg. Noodles FREE
The plumbers have finished their
z taken ,
regular business was then -
part of the contract at the new garage -

up., Dear Patrons: and there now remains only self-ris. IVilsorb Toilet
During the social hour Mrs. L In order to get our school accredited -
plumbing to be done.
Q. Powell delighted her listeners we need about 100 books FLOUR TISSUE

1 ''with two well selected readings. A suitable for pupils from second to One of the most pleasant occasions ALL TALKING Big, : 650 Sheets

,bower of gifts was then presented sixth grades. If you have any of the season waa the comingout STARKE 6 Ibs ____________ 19c 1
i ,to Mrs. Orle Wiggins, who was the books of this nature we would appreciate party of Miss Dorothea Wemmof 2 Rolls 9c
- -
12 Ibs 35c
honor guest of the afternoon. The them very much. ________u
Third Avenue, South. The beau-
little An accredited school also calls Friday and Saturday
presentation was ,made by tiful deb was attired In an Imported -
:Miss Betty Sewell. for an active P. T. A. We need all Nights
creation of Jade green crepe Long Extra Special Your
The hostesses ,served a delicious the cooperation we can get from
trimmed with ecru lace around the
fruit salad, course with Iced tea. the P. T. A. and from the patronsand punch bowl. "TilE Choice CIIIPSO ,. I4

Members and friends present were: friends of the school. 'Ve CONQUERINGHORDE" Tall Milk No. 2

Mrs W. J. Epperson. Mrs. G. W. have. excellent prospects: for a good TOMATOES
Alderman Mrs. N. D. Bumgarner, year if we can get the active sup

Mrs Goodman. Mrs. J. H. Pitts, port of P. T. A. and other interested I wish to - The Big Western Picture 10Ibs.17c cI Can -5c soft velvety to the tou*' *
express my appreciation -
Mrs P. M. Barefoot Mrs. S. L. organizations.S. with an alluring fasctnznt,1peatance !
to the voters of Starke for the :
Peek, Mrs. Orle Wiggins, Mrs. Se- S. Dowling, Principal. that will not of 1 pi
well Mrs. L. G. Hemingway, Mrs ---. splendid support given me- in the I rub! off or show the eB 5sptration.
Iund- NOTICK city election Tuesday September TOWN Dance or o+
O P. Raymond, Mrs. J. H.) 6th. 1931. I wUl endeavor to ren- I fully confident ol'fOlJf..."
Mrs. 1... G. Powell, Mrs. Hem -- "Strangers May Kiss"Starring ppex/on ""
Jley, / will retain all
der satisfactory service to all citizens II
Starke Grove No. 278 will hold a : Stew Beef 12 lb Pot
ingway. > meeting at the W.:O.W. Hall Tues term of the city during the. .coming. Norma Shearer I /c .- Roast 15c nod beauty.ARIA OOURAUD'S.

.New Port Richey-Cooper Sere day evening. AU members- are
radio C. A. Futeb.o .. ,STEAKS ALL CUTS? lv.sda.
vice Station secured new urged to ba pr..en4 f :.o "
,._-4 i Western Sound -
D agency.' Electrto System
Kivf Panama City-Christo Department Piano discussed for building Lake Worth-crew completed Tbf'l'e" none hotter. Remember We Are. Home Owned

', Store opened':for business ; bridge-.. ..-.).Klsnignmee-' river:on repairs to- roof of.municipal. power I PRISES.I5e 400 "- "'--"' ........- -....-

,her.. I road No. Okeechobbee News. plant on Lake avenue.

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f .gt.a nnnCa5 5757KsiSZ525 iiS7SP52S25Z575t5Sd575"I ion who was the guest of relativesin from 1,454,254: acres in 1929, as tern and Increase output of artes- and Mrs. O. E. Snellgrove of Gads-

St. Petersburg ; a ei compared with 1,360,050 acres In ian wells. den, Ala. yy

r 1924. The total for 1929 includes Bartow: - ,Lovett.. Groceterla Barlow.New East Main' street G g
Bits' of Mise Hazel Adkins and Miss Al- 613.208 acres of corn harvested for "Red Front" installed modern refrigerator headquarters of Associated' 5, 10
ice Fernandez left Monday for grain with 'a production of 6,617 show .cane in Its meat and 23-cent Store opened
Tallahassee to enter the F. S. W a 724 bushels; 63,345 acres of hay market. .v 'J Stuart--.Lester's Tire Service to
C. They were accompanied by cut with a production, of 36,725: Kuatls--Tri-county Canning. As- new location la former Babcock ;
IDeal Nev Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and Mrs. J. C. tons, 123,461 acres of cotton harvested sociation leased plant of Rice Bros building. ,
with of Fort PierceResurfacing of
Adkins. a production 34,426 near A. C. L. freight depot and {
bales; 10,302 acres of tobacco harvested state road No. 8 between Klsslm- .
will operate it for next season.
Concerning; Our People. Business andprogress Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Young and with a production of 9,248- Lake county has 2941 citrus mee river bridge and eastern term- ,
son, Theodore 190 pounds; and 23,460 acres of po- inus at this place, progressing rap-
of the County and Town. and Mr. and Mrs, groves, covering 28,655: acres, according -
J. M. Mitchell and Miss Lucille tatoes harvested with a productionof fo Wm. Lamar of Jack Idly.W. i
Mitchell motored to Jacksonville 2,714,323 bushels. In 1929 vegetables sonville.-Tavares Citizen. S. Delnorte of Mississippi ,
and Jacksonville Beach Sunday afternoon grown In the open for sale, Leesburg-W. W. Boyte, pro- Shipping Co. inaugurated new passenger ; "
with vlaue of service between Pensacolaand
a $17,083,613 were
nATu.EK: REPORT I J. W. Andrews, Jr., and Dr. O harvested from 138,047 acres. The prietor on,of Dixie Good-Will Highway Service; Installednew Station other gulf ports and South

11.. Haynes were business visitors Mrs. L. N. Sigman of Social Center four most important vegetableswere equipment. America.
Led by starke branch, U' to Jacksonville Tuesday afternoon Ga., and Mr. J. O. Curtis of tomatoes, valued at $3,034- Fort Myers+Work progressing Plant City Work started on
P entry Department'Sept. i Atlanta, Ga., arrived Wednesdayand I i .a 253, harvested from 29,537 acres; on Congregational church building. new strawberry packing house of }
k ending 16, 1931. I Miss Eva Cunningham returned are guests of their brother-ln-l 1 ;taANNOUNCES< snap or string beans, valued at Winter Park-Construction progressing Plant City Cooperative Associa,

Max. Mln. Preclp i to her home in Sanford Friday after law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. W. a $3,492,812. harvested I from 29,984' on Witching Hour, new don
w Haile. acres; celery at $3,436,546, harvested
fruit and cold drink stand, being
a visit here with. Mra.. E. M. G.I NEW <
89 to1 c11 -- CABINET: Pictured from 5,420 acres; and cucumbers erected on corner of East Park 00-- ;"'. .- u '''
10 90 73 I Thomas. Mr and Mrs. Jeff 'Johns Ramsey MacDonald who above announced is J. valued at $1.578,070.. harvested avenue and Comstock.HollywoodModern. 1
91 15 T. I daughter-in-law, Mrs ., Freeman I recently the constituency of from 9,659 acres. service station -
G 81 H .48 Mrs. J. L. Peek returned Satur- Johns returned home Sunday after I cabinet which will guide a Great new A copy of this bulletin may be ,,to replace Pan-Am GasolineCo. ATLASThe
13 81 73 day from West Palm Beach where spending five weeks in Miami, with Britain through its (M-esent financial ;obtained by writing to the Bureau; ., station at West Harrison St., i
H 90 72 she visited her mother, Mrs Ot- sir. Freeman Johns who Is em- crisii. All English parties are thus of the Census, Washington, D.' C. and Harding Circle.
15 91 '691" well. ployed with the Seaboard Air Line backing for .the 'moment Britain's I Mayo-New roof being placed on Standard Oil '
16 ....... ,,mast,+t, !i. .
1 rainfall for week' .48 in. railway. Miami-$1,000,000 Improvement Baptist church edifice.
Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Hoover of I 1930 Farm Census program under way at plant of Jacksonville--Building permits Tire Guaranteed f
xrell Sheets yVJ Ste berr.. Miami are'guests of Mr. Hoover' Among the B. H.g boy grad- Miami Racing Association at Hla-. issued here during total day totaled -

parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank uates leaving this week for the Issues' c .1rew. figures{ t, '! leah Park. 8000. I One Year ;a I / ,i 1 1N
J 1.G Boyd of Umatllla.;was Hoover.' University, of Florida, at Gainesville Fort Pierce-24-room GeorgianHotel
Largo-Drilling started for well
| here Sunday. are: Richard Long,' Wilson f.Pob' Faiatmll'lltarnt'x Tenure / located on Avenue D just off
tor of soft water for local .NO/HN.Nt +
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Kinlaw, who Hayes, James Richard Wainwright, Livestock, and Arrrage and pure supply.Lake. Dixie highway, purchased by Mr. raII
have been living In the Turner cot- I Wales-Plans ,completedby .
0 L. Beasley spent Mondayng .George Inman Milton Brownlee Production of Principal Crops. In -- ---- --
|; in Jacksonville. tage have purchased the Inman Howard Moore. Merrill Flitch and Florida. Francis J. Kennard and Sons, u
place. Howard Miner Tampa architects for huge citrus Frigidairethe ,

J and Mrs. J. D. Doyle-spent According to a bulletin: recently plant costing upwards of $150,000:
lay la Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Matthews and A full line of Bradley Sweaterson Issued by the bureau of the census, to be constructed by Lake Wales
family returned Friday, from display at Sternberg's.Mrs. showing both state and county eta Citrus Growers' association. S three year guar- I
| and and Mrs. R. F. Demorest Kingsley Lake where they spent tistlcs, there was an Increase in LargoPeninsular Feed Co., en-
t Tuesday In Jacksonville. several weeks. J. E. Carter and children, the number of farms In Florida larging their quarters and addingnew anted electric refrigerator

John Donald and lone of Canal from 54.005 In 1920 to 59,217 in equipment. '1
and Mrs A. S. Crews were Mrs. W. J. Epperson, Jr., returned Point, were guests of Mrs. J. C. 1925, but a decrease to 58,966 In Plant City--Rebuilding and remodeling -
[I'll In Jacksonville Saturday. to her home in Jacksonville Robinson Tuesday., Mrs. Carter 1930. The total number of farmsIn Elberta Crate & Box Co.
Monday after spending a while I plant on Oleander street under way
-- was enroute to Jacksonville to enter Florida Includes 10,875 having
t,W W, Roberts of Lacrosse, here with Mrs. H. C. Wall. her sons in the Florida Military from 20 to 49 acres 10,549 from' at cost of $:).000.' For sale bySmith's
MiamiFlorida National Bank
|a business visitor here Tues- Academy. 50 to 99 acres, 9,360 having from I r
& Trust Co. for businessin
Miss Minnie Gruber Miss opened
Madge 10 to 19 acres, and 6,206 from 100
Middleton and John Powell motored Eugene Matthews salted from to 174 acres, There'were 880 farms' quarters used by former City 1

\ T M. Buddlngton of Middle. to Jacksonville Monday after Jacksonville Tuesday on the Chero having 500 acres and over. National Bank.. Service ,
[ was a business visitor herey. noon. kee for New York City, where he Of the 58,066 farms In the stateIn Tampa W.; T. Grant Co., pur-
will enter the Columbia University.H 1930, as reported .In the census, Chased building they occupy at
h Louis Hill, Jr., of Franklin and Cass streets, at cost That Shiny Nose
Lawtey a was accompanied as far ms 30,304 were operated by owners, Station 1n
.Long and Allan Long were graduate of the B. H. S. has en- Jacksonville by Mrs. E. 'S. Matthews 2,835 by managers, and 16,737 by of $435,000.: completely subdued. No more ;
|ding to business in Daytona tered the University Georgia at Dr. and Mrs. H. B. McLen- tenants. The land In farms de- Kllenton-Mlzner Industries, Inc. constant Ineffective powdering
toy. Athens. don, B. R. Wltvoskl, and Miss Ha- creased from 6,0.4,691.,, ,acres In of Palm Beach, started clearing Just one little extra touch andy qt Starlce Fla''
zel Middleton. 1920 to 5.864519' acres in 1025: ground for stone quary on Ellen- have not only eliminated "Skin ,
Col. and Mrs. J. E. Futch returned : 1930.: The ton-Gillette road east of here. Shine" but have given your complexion . .
r and Mrs. Bryant Hodges and and to 5.026617 84 resjn I "--- ------
St. Johns River Line Co., will In- an entrancing, smooth,
1>titer,of Jacksonville, ,were vls- to their home in DeLand Sunday Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wainwright, value of farm land: and buildings boat service between .soft pearly appearance of exquisite .
here Sunday. after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. H. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr., Increased from $281.449,404 In augurate
L. Brownlee. Jacksonville and Brunswick, Ga., beauty.OOURAUO DR. R. W. MAUTIN 1 ,'
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wan and Sen- 1920 to $478,041,963 In 1925, but
in future.
i.E W Hayes and Miss Em- ator and Mrs. E. M. Johns were decreased to $423,346,262 in 1930. near 1 DENTIST
| Strickland were visitors In Miss Mona Alderman left Monday the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. The value of farm implements and Daytona Beach- Charles Sellick
villa Tuesday. to assume her duties in the E. E. Branch at their home at machinery In 1930 was $15,446.476 operator of Selllck Flying Circus I oCREAMA Phone S3, hours 0 to 5
music department of the F. S. W. 'Jacksonville Beach Saturday eve- as compared with, $14, 03. 63 in leased land on municipal airport Over Corpenlng's Drug Store

|r, and Mrs. N. G. Adams and, C. m Tallahassee. ning., 1025: and $19,551,773 In 1920. For hanger to( huse seven planes. -...,dob...d ftMh.*__ J
DeLandAdditional contracts
lay Johnson were visiting In' The total 'number of horses and
IODvIlIe Sunday. ,'I Only occasional can one buy nationally Lake Worth Radio broadcasting colts on farms on. April 1,' 1830, covering Installation of heating! ''
plants in Volusla county nchools, Phone STEAM PRESSING
known merchandise at a unit installed at fire stationon was 21,300. The ,total, exclusiveof
man R. A. Green :and' reduction of 20,percent] See J. M Lucerne avenue by Fire Chief colts born after.January 1, 1930, let by county school board. 52 J. Frank Thoman, Prop.Cleaned & 'II i:

4 Green were visitors In Jack- Alvarez.; ,.I... C, Engram and department. [was 21,025 Hor fs and cotta on Pensacola plan extension- City of commissioners water ays-- FELT HATS Cleaned and Blocked Reshaped pc'a'
West Palm Beach County farina numbered 23,848.on January pc'y

leTuesday."t Ladle new faJH,hat 91-05 and board ,approved,.repair: _work on 1, 1925, and ,;?8,57fl,.qp, ,January 1, .
$%.9 S a&'8 rohe'r a ,4" "\ two br.three bridges crossing from ]920.' 'Irq" y
:' ." '., this city to PalmBeach. The 'tdtal. munibari,of,mules and

-' LieUt.'Charles Ensey and wife of Str, Augustine. 4-t Lillian's wear- mule colts,on farms on April; 1, SPECIALS FRIDAY & SATURDAY SEPT. 19-20 ;
pt 1.J. Grlffia and H..D.May Washington, D.' C.. were guests of ing apparel shop, opened for busi- 1930 was 40,916. The total exclusive -- ,
> business visitors in Palatka Lieut. Ensey" uncle, Mr. iA. H. ness at,''No. 63 King street. of mule colts born attar Jan-
[Hastings Friday. Johns last week., Fort Pierce. Four dredges now uary 1, 1930 was:40399,, Mules d.
operating on' Fort Pierce-Mel- and mule colts on arena numbered
III 1 Knight and Wesley Steams ,Miss Rosalind Jacobs left Monday bourne stretch. 47,656: on January 1, 1923 e returned! to the University of'tat for 0&" hassee where she will ack8ODVlI1e-P.urcha of SO,69acres' Q46 on January 1, 1930. GroceryLOCATION :;
Gainesville.. I resume her studies at the Florida o( land adjacent to municipal The total number of .cattle on
i State Woman's College. Airport. lacing'' on Atlantic Coastal farms on April 1,. 1930 was 431,4
|jpt and Mrs. J. S. Butch of the highway, recommended ,to'elty 443 The total, exclusive of calves BETWEEN BANK AND POST OFFICE
t farm, were guests of Mr.:and, Senator E. M. Johns, Rep.'N. D. council. born after January 1, '1930, was Unwell Nasworthy Owner and Operator _
H. L. Brownlee Sunday. Wainwright, H. C. Wall and W..M. Plant City Shed for used cars 372,042. Cattle on farms number -.- --....------------.-
Wainwright were business visitorsIn for Van & Powell Auto Co., com- ed 656,217 on January 1. 1925 and Best Grade UJe Best Grade Compound Picnic
oq i ran buy leading brands ofIng Tallahassee Tuesday.Mrs. pleted at corner of Haloes and 638,081 on January0: 1020.
shoes, hats, shirts at J. South Evers streets. The total number of-swine on Bacon Ib. 9c' Lard Ib 8c\Hams lb. 15c''
- - - -
|Alvarex at a reduction of 20fit. Roy L.'Dial returned to her Dade, City Mr. L: P,. Boud- farms April 1, 193O; was 567,115. ,
home in Orlando Monday after reaux of Lakeland, purchased Interest The total exclusive''of'' ':.pigs born -- ._--
spending several! days; with her in Crescent 'theatre. after January 1, 1930, was 366,878. 8 Ib.: Bucket Lard 1l1c.lb8: : 42c i [Navy Beans 4 Ibs. 25c r
N: J. S Adair of 'West Palm brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Bay Harbor -*. Construction of Swine on farms numbered' 407,780 I
h. Is spending thin week'.with Mrs. ,W G.. Halle., warehouses for' Southern Kraft on January' ,"1025"and: 1511.481'on 8 lbs. Pure Lard 93c, 4 lbs. 50c\ | Lima Beans 4 Ibs. ;
.. .. . ...
Corporation! 1, 1920. -
Inter Mrs. W. G.,Halle.' -- plant nearlng comple-!January I -- -- -- -- ''
Dr., and Mrs. C.D. Whitaker and tion. ,,n, The total! number of chickens Grits JO Ibs.. 23c Victory {White Ring ;
J. E. Corpening has return- daughter,Rose'Mary, of the state Lake Worth-':30.000 pineapple, over 3'months old on farms April
rpm Marlon N.' C., where she farm and Mrs. Walker of Augusta slips being set out in 23-acre field jl, 1930 was 1949623. Chickensof Meal 10 Ibs. 20c Floor 24 Ibs. 52t Flour 24 Ibs. 70c
ed 1 relatives. Ga.,, were the guests of friends in here by Florida Pineapple Products) all ages numbered 2130.297 on 1
Starke Sunday., Corporation. Corporation expectsto January 1, 1925: and 1.554,896 on
11. Robert Stanford-of- Jack- extend Its operations to cover January 1, 1920. ; Plllsburil, 2,*Ibs. 79c;12 lbs 45c; 6 Ibs.. 25c\II\ North. Beans, 5 Ibs., 25c,

lIlels the guest of her ulsterl The regular $1 Onyx hone Is. Site 5,000 acres. s Crops were harvested In Florida Pan 12Ibs. 33c 6 tbs.
l Mrs. Hamilton Ritch. at Sternbprg's. I, Golrl-G-R'.2I'b8.59c; ; 19c\\ \Green 2 lbs 25c v
1.---- "- -- --- - - --- -
Matches for. We Oct. or P&G Powder or LaTouraine
W. E. Middleton Mrs. M. C. Stith and children returned -

M MIdUleton were visitors and Miss In to their home in Jacksonville SaIL 2 25c Coffee lb.
for5cSoap,7for 27c
ahas ee this week. Saturday after a visit here - -
with Mrs. Stith's parents, Mr. and \WILLING LISTENERS--- ,
Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. -
P. N. D. Wainwright and No. 2 SizeCanSliced Pine Apple 15c : ,W
Rio Coffee
rotor. Mrs. D. T. Clarke, of Ml- \ \ Ib. J5c
spent Monday in Mr. and Mrs J. M. Alvarez, Mrs. EFFICIENT HELPERS! Fruit Juice \
Gainesville. Grape Can
Lamira Murden, Col. and Mrs. J. L. 5c 1-2 Gal. Georgia Cane Syrup _ 45c '
ra; E. H. 'Smith the' Frazee, Mrs. P. E. Canova and Mrs Wisconsin
[t of her sister, Mrs. E.was W. Har'Jacksonville .. N. D. Wainwright were visitors in .. Alaska Pink 2 "dj,

''a----Beach Sunday ''I'' Jacksonville Thursday. , ,Cheese, Ik- 20c Salmon, tall) l IQc IT i i2.-2. ISC 'SNo. fi

: '
ra Lenthall Wyman;Mrs.'Geo. Niles Ray of New York City and ie .m _. -- -- .
wry and Miss Mabel Weller parents, Mr.'and Mrs. L. C. Ray, of : 1 White or Red -- -

J" Wednesday in Jacksonville. Alachua, were guests Wednesdayof . .
Mr. and Mrs.: George C. White ,. f .. ." Potat.lOJbsl7cLarge We Take Fryers In Trade
Iq'Eleanor Lewis returned, and Mra. J. W. White. I.
day from a two weeks motor,, The officers: of this Hank are willing.lw-i .

to Titusville and Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Yelvington RedApples Laundry Soap, 10 for __ _ _____.__.___ _ 25c .
and son. DUly, and Mr. and Mrs. tenvrs and efficient helpers in the solving

K a frock*_ ny$3JW at Stern- Z. J. Roberts and son Alvin of dol. -1 Oc Crystal {Wedding Oats -- -__________ ___ __ 25c
Hastings, will spend Sunday with of your business and financial problems. I ,
their Mr. and Mrs. George
parents We Package itifATCIJES ________
Gardiner. From thd habit of discussing! these mat -- __ ___ 5c

BI A WORD% ) Master Jack Haile, badly burned ters freely with your banker he appreciates '.,. Rutabagas or Whole Grain '

eighteen days ago when he poureda : Cabbage lb. 2j 1C Sugar 5 Ibs. 25c

COLUMN can of gasoline on a pile of sticks your confidence. Rice 5 lbs.1 19c 1 I l t
and Ignited It, is still in a serious '
condition although his condition 1 'I. Cal. Iceberg Chlpso for 2Sc H > ;;

R ibert ALE 10 bead of hop.'''showed a slight Improvement lie frank with your banker-help,hint (tq Lettuce each Old Dutch 8c d '
Cruris Thursday.. 9c Oxydol 3 for
Starke. its 25c '
Selox 3 for
SALE sale, be helpful to you! 25c l
J.' M. Alvarrz's 20 percent
.'ry plants, only Missionary a few beds.atr w.R. on every item In the store In still Bananas, 5 Ibs. 15c Quart Jar Salad Dressing _. _ 39c
: Newsom, Starke. on. Take advantage of this moneysaving

On: 9-18-tf. -e\ent. The BANK of STARKEAN Onions, 3lbs. lOc S lbs. Sugar 17c with 1 Ib. SANTOS Coffee 2Jc

';oc NEW namy GROUND 10Maryland STRAWy a Fast yard eolor at Sternherg's.draw prints only ISc HONOR ROLL BANK Sweet 10 Ibs. Jersey Lily, Pure* Creamery '

er 'f/. 'C. SMatthews. Pres.R.. J. Davis. Cashier bL
O: Mrgar lou and Volley Potatoes 20c BUTTER lb
$2; Ten-' Sheriff W. J. Epperson - 32cF
Bla.ltelllOrel -
1 30c higher Reddish attended court la Tampa Safety Deposit Boxes Provide Safety ,
to Patterson Atmore. Ala. 1 Tuesday and Wednesday. They
were accompanied by &1n. Epper-

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;" \ I; I Longleaf Pine Seed : In State Mrs. J. H. Prescott Jactht
IIi Situation ot

; FARM NEWS SECTION Years Reseed Offers Open Chance Land __ I 1 Among Best In U. S. of formerly Hampton Miss Johnnie had been Loin

\[ i 'n Yyq Ida home. I bee kr

The percentage of farm mort- Mrs. Prescott
Starke Fla.-This Is a longleaf accepted
i Cb
IJ\: I I pine seed year says Lenthal Wy- gage foreclosures and delinquenttax her savior and united I1r
\ Conducted By x10
man, associate silvlculturist of the sales In Florida during the year Christian church nt the
\\1 L. T. DYER, County Agent U. S. Forest Service stationed ended March 15, 1931 was smaller years and while her life age Will Demonstration Agent timberland than those of all but three other and tender, spent h
: ; MISS PEARL JORDAN, Home her*!. He is urging the re
owners to take advantage of that states according to the August seven years in service for ]he
c; fact and reseed barren spots In Issue of Corps and Markets, official ter.Mrs.
'' f' Egg Contest to End SPEAKER HAS FAITH their forest lands. Longleaf pine publication of the United Prescott was bOl'1l10
THAT DIFFICULTIESWILL produces a heavy seed crop only States Department of Agriculture.These Butler. December the
With High Records; BE OVERCOME: She 19th, 1
once every five to seven years. : forced sales and related de- removed here when
'i&at Another Starts Soon To assist nature in reseeding faults in Florida were only slightly small child. r s
'4 s (By Spuds Johnson.) barren spots Mr. Wyman suggests r : c over half as numerous during She united with the

Chlpley, Fla. With 11 month Went into a civic club luncheon that landowners plow firebreak that year as they were during the Uan church, when only SE5!:

gone, and Just three weeks to go, In town yesterday, and heard a lines around these spots If it does preceding year. Only seven other age of which she was a ""'
t.b the 580 birds in the fifth Florida man speak on; some things relative not seem practical to keep fire out states showed declines, all small, member.She .

f g ; j ,4 i National Egg Laying Contest be- to the present economic situation. of the whole tract. while most of the states showed was united in tnarrl,,'

y j ; iy .( Jog held here had layed an averageof His message was encouraging for Another plan which has some appreciable Increases. Mr. Prescott about a year aCt
195.4 eggs by the end of August us In the long run but didn't otTer merit Is the disking or plowing of : I I Voluntary sales of farms in Flor- resided in Jacksonville sine

'''w s M1 According to E. F. Stanton, contest us much In the way of Immediate lines 10 or 12 feet apart over the ida decreased less than one farm marriage. She died at her bo

supervisor, the contest should help. "We told our engineers togo area to break up the sod and cut per thousand while decided decreases Jacksonville at the age of IK
{'t r' r l j close with about a 210-egg average out and build us good roads down the brush. The lines will occurred throughout the She was preceded to the ."

' hr '. for the 51 weeks; compared with and bridges and better buildingsand serve as a protection from fire, and I remainder of the United States in her father and mother and tU.',
'A the best previous contest average skyscrapers," he said. "Theydid. where there is a heavy stand of :SIXTY KNOCK-OUTS A MINUTE: Air Is knocked out of sixty all except six states. In Florida ters.The

; of 201 eggs. The sixth contest will It is a fact that we have the brush will reduce root competition, cans of coffee a minute by this new machine just perfected by General 1C.8 farms per thousand were vol- remains were prepated
. ;Ter j begin October 1. best roads and buildings In the thus allowing the young pines a Foods Corporation. By creating an almost perfect method vacuum, the technically coffee is untarily sold or traded during the burial and brought to HalllPItJ
kept fresh for a long period of time. The MW ts :
I The Plnebreeze entry of Leghorns history of the world. We told our better start. mown' ss the vita-freth year ended March 15, 1031, as Burns and Clymore morUcl1ilL
Ii from Callahan, Florida, amusement people to give us bet- Natural seeding will not take compared to 20.5 the preceding Jacksonville.The .
fop. stills leads the entire contest This ter amusements and we now have place unless the seed are on trees. L ,.;, ; a ",<; : """- <'_ _,_ ttI"' .., ,- year. The United States total drop- funeral services were

entry took the lead at the first of the best entertainment in the'hlll- within 200 feet of the opening.'. If ped from 23.7 in 1930 to 19.0 In ducted in the First Chtl

the contest and has not released to of the world. We told our ag- such is hot the case young seed- 1931. church of Hampton by Rn
i' + It. For the 11 months the 10 birds ricultural leaders to show us how lings or harvested seed will have to Out of each 1,000 Florida farms, Mullady of Jacksonville, and

} i have layed 2,331 eggs for 2,437points. to produce more and better crops, be used. The seedlings may be pur- 3.3 were sold for delinquent taxes remains placed In the Santa
q ( An entry by W. A.'Seidel, and now we have the best crop chased through the state Forestry In the latter year compared to cemetery beside those who

"t San Antonio Texas stands second production the world has even Service. 5.1 the former year. The averagefor previously passed on their wn r" :,
with 2,231 eggs for 2,304 points, known. Longleaf seed must be gathered the United States was 7.4 In She leaves to mourn her los

l and an entry from Gilbert's Chip- "We are now telling our best as soon as the cones have matured, 1931 and 5.1 fa 1930. Mortgage sides a host of friends In Hasp

; ley Hatchery, Chlpley Florida, Is minds to help solve the present but before they have opened. This foreclosures and surrender of titles Starke and Jacksonville, a hut!

fit third with 2,369 eggs for ,2,271 situation, which has arisen partly will usually mean that they must accounted for the change of 4 J. H. Prescott a grandmi':

points.For. as a result of the very things we be gathered in October. It Is easiest farms per 1,000 in 1931 and 8 In Mrs. Annie Johns both of Jsonvllie. ,
Individual honors a Pine- have been doing in the past few to gather the cones from trees t 1930 in Florida; 18.7 in 1931 and four uncles and two it
breeze bird la leading with 292.8 years. I have no doubt that they that have been cut for timber oth- 15.7 in 1930 for the United States all of Hampton.She .

s points for 285 eggs. Two Seidel will do It. In the meantime we erwise they must be knocked from 4. +r as a whole. The total forced sales will be greatly missed
' I !'+' birds stand second and third with who bonded ourselves for the remarkable the'' trees with poles. The cones and related defaults in Florida her kind, loving disposition
q 291.85 and '285.55 points respectIvely have dried In the sun on can- .... . for her
improvements we are usually -- ;::iE.Y JIim 1 J'il!' =1'&t'<... >oAt" J: were 7.3 farms per 1,000 in 1931 won life-long friends
must now pay for them. Perhapswe vas or on wire racks inside. When and 13.1 In 1930; In the United .
k During the month just passedthe didn't give that enough con- the cones open the seed may be HOME-TOWN BOYS GET ROUSING WELCOME IN States they were 26.1 farms per

Seidel pen made the best rec- sideration when we were bonding shaken out. Those that do not BOSTON : Boston tried recently to outdo the celebrated welcome 1,000 in 1931 and 20.8 in 1930. Work rapldlly Bearing coir.
ord. The 10 birds received 245.05 ourselves." fall out readily are likely faulty.It parties staged in New York when the city turned out en! masse to greet tlon on state road No. 17 bet
points for 239 eggs. An entry While it is encouraging! to be- : Is not necessary to remove the /Russell Boardman and John PoIanJo Ncw Yoik-to-Turkey fliers. Plant City and Polk county Us

from the Lone Oak Leghorn Farm, lieve that we are surely coming wings before using the seed. Plant City Sammie Meld<'
Eufaula, Ala., was second with through these troublous times The seedbed should be on sandyor Florida Produces Ocala Leesburg business .of HAMPTON Hn purchased Muni-Saver slot

232.8 points and a Plnebreez entry which are not nearly as bad as loamy ground. It should be Bulbs Florida Power Corporation moved MU. Ads Nlmmo Cor. south Collins street from A-

third with 233.25 points. times we have had in the past but spaded about February and then 129,000,000 to local office. lard.Palm
The management has announced have forgotten about It doesn't leveled. The seed should then be During Past Year Beach New quarto
r that artificial lights will be used in help the situation now. But justat sown at the rate of about one-half Seven miles of levees will be Miss Veral Kelley of Ocala ing sought for Station A !paLice.

the sixth contest, which will begin the present time, the farmer, pound to 50 square feet. Cover the During the past season Florida constructed'along dredging for formerly a teacher. in the public .

October 1, Morning lights will be with his grain bins!!, smokehouses, seed not more than one-fourth in. nurserymen produced approxi- channel between Clewiston and school here, was visiting friends Palm Meach Bids receive
I used this fall and then again near and pantries full and a benevolent by sifting sand on them and then mately 129,000,000 narcissus bulbs, Moore Haven. and acquaintance here last Tuesday construction of Palm Beach

} 1 the close of the contest in an at- nature helping him to producemore firmly pack the bed. As a substi- according to inspection records Tampa Plans announced for s ate school.

tempt to prevent moulting and than can be sold at a profit, tute for the sand, moist burlap just announced by J. C. Goodwin, construction of new $25,000 thea- Mrs. P. B. Hunt is spending this Bids will be called soon In
j thus increase the records. Entriesare Is not suffering from hunger. sacks may be kept over the bed un- nursery inspector with the State ter building on East Broadway be- week in Alachua the guest of'her structlon of hard-surfaced

{ 4 coming in every day and since The present situation Is again til the seed have sprouted. Pro- Plant Board. According to the best tween 11th and 12th streets. aunt, Mrs. Elmore Redd. between Vineland 1 and Winter!
there is very little time left poul- helping to bring about a realiza- tection from birds and rodents figures available this Is about 45 Sarasota Salvation Army unit Rev. Dixon of Jacksonville, will

trymen who wish to enter pens in tion that agriculture Is the foundation may be provided by a frame of percent of the total production in dedicated its new quarters at 504 preach at the Christian church den.Largo Sinclair service it.

the sixth contest should reserve and the superstructure can hardware cloth, eight or 10 Inches the United States. A year ago Seventh street. next Sunday morning and evening.The .at corner of Bay Drive and

space at once. be no stronger than the foundation high with a removable top over Florida's production was about Euatls -. Bids received for W. M. U. of the Baptist street being improved.

e- the bed. Watering and weeding 10000000Q. rebuilding and adding to Arborlo church of Hampton will conducta Lako Worth Lighting of

complete the care of the seedbed The inapection'recorda show that building to convert it Into mordern parcel post social at the city hall nicipal 'golf course for night

f HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES Winter Cover Crops until winter when the plants are about 30 percent of this crop is of hotel at estimated cost of $75,000. next Saturday evening, from threeto considered to cost 12000.

Hard 7'imes ready for transplanting.Leaflet marketable size and quality. Florida St. Augustine Chadwick Ma- five p. m. Everybody Is Invitedto Arcadia Garnctt Berg or[
{, Weekly from Home Demonstration Proving number 32 and 35 of the l bulbs are finding a welcome in' ther Furniture Co., of Jacksonville be present and participate in machine repair shop

Specialist, Talhihlu'seef Friend for Farmers U. S. Department of Agriculture northern markets and are rapidly: opened,branch store here. this delightful affair.
contain detailed Information about replacing those formerly Imported. I Clewiston $15,000 Catholic Mrs. L. O,. Johns, whe has been
f The farmers'of north and west growing pines. Copies may be Federal regulatkmsv require that : church completed and formally op- for several weeks at the bedsideof
HANDY HOUSEHOLD HINTS Florida have found a "hard time" bought for the Superintendent of bulbs be Inspected for nematodesand ened. her father, Mr. Sharehouse in

t'rlcnd- winter cover crops, saysJ. Documents, Government Printing bulb 'flles. For the first time Vero Beach Remodeling of Tampa, has returned to her home

It you feel that paper napkins Lee Smith, district extension Cilice:, Washington D. C., for five this year nematodes were foundon First Baptist Church now well un- here.Mr. 'Iy

;s are not quite satisfactory enough (agent. They have long known cents each.OUTLOOK. Florida-grown narcissus. Ten derway. and Mrs. Lester Carpenterhave I ,
for some occasions, you will prob- that manure was one of their best S nurseries were affected, but these Miami Beach -- Building permit a new daughter, who arrived
ably like to have a supply of 12- and cheapest fertilizers. Only re- IS!! BRIGHTERFOR bulbs have been treated. The stateIs issued to L. W. Chlckman for erec- Sept, 13th. ''t
I. Inch ones made from Japanese cot- cently have they started to grow- POULTRY INDUSTRY still free from bulb files which tion of $12,000 store building on Rev. F. M. Taylor preached at a.

ton crepe. Instead of hemming I ing It in large quantities from cannot be'said of ther major pro- Washington avenue.Okeec'hobee Citra last Sunday morning and _.
these fringe the edges Is Inxpen- .' vetch and Austrian winter peas. With the price of corn and wheat ducing states. Mealbugs usually : Citizens Bank evening. He was accompanied to
I nlve and the variety of colors are Last fall over 150,000 lbs. of vetch lower than It has been for several give some trouble, but this year leased! quarters of old Bank of the service by his friend Geo. Mc- Remi
1 all fast to washing. and pea seed were planted, and so years and the price of eggs on the they are scarce the Inspection records Okeechobee and will move to new Mekin. The

r far this year over 100,000 pounds Increase the outlook for the ppul- show. location. Howard Moore of Theressa wasa .f lbl rural i r
With a piece of left-over celetox have already been sold to the farm- try industry spears brighter: In Green Cowl Springs was the Moore Haven Local power visitor here last Saturday. He pit for win I huilU... fur oil e
rc you can make a very nice frame ers of 11 west Florida counties.In the opinion of Dr. M. A. Jully poul- leading producing section; about plant destroyed by fire, to be re- was the guest of his cousin, Gordon .aUC..h..d.,n., ...... 150 people tar tit rro."rniM<;M, !h.>"*
r i for one of the attractive colored nearly every case where try specialist' of the U. S. D. A. 43,000,000 being grown by nurserIes built at once. Weest. .mall whoolhou. Fli. l b n.&'ooJ_

prints you have admired in the farmers have conducted demonstrations Another point In favor of the in the vicinity. The next larg- Eustis Pete Maravellas and Rev. McGauley of Brooker pas- .Wlnitom.,.f ...yil, irrmwd' 'Lord cklt"lp : ."
magazines. in cooperation with poultryman Is that heavy cullingof est producing area was around Bill Capton will open up to date tor of the First Baptist church tlphl Door hul oprainUmmrd bf f"HJ n.a.
First the celotex should be cut county agents, the yield of corn: farm flocks during the past Jacksonville where the production fish market in quarters formerly preached two excellent sermons 1.4C ...., ,.... end krrioa, l;.l"-.. w.urrst..ll
....... of \ . w
the desired size.:: Then with a following the cover crop was from spring has reduced the number of reached about 29,000,000. Nurserymen occupied by Feigins store. ;jast Sunday. The attendance was _!.. I.Ik.finl pl_Io'I"

string and. pencil working from two to three times that on nearby laying hens by about 20000000. around Daytona Beach pro- Fort Pierce Atlantic Battery good at both services despite the .... .. _I" ,OO ..lIh .,ea.d...r.
the exact center of the piece of check plots. Similar results have At the same time fewer chicks duced about 12,000,000 while San- Manufacturing Co., Inc., organizedto weather being a little bit Inclementat ..,.., In.p.eUon. .n" "lIh ,bp..Mek .
t P+ celotex, carefully mark the edgeto also been obtained with other were etched last spring than us- ford and vicinity had considerablyover Manufacture storage batteriesfor the evening service. ....luaruM proMrliM

I be cut for the Inner edge of the crops. ual.Doctor 7,000,000 and the Hastingsarea automobiles boats and other Mrs. W. P. Blrt and children, HAROLD C. WAIINSURANCE
frame. Remove this part by means Mr. Smith believes that the seed Jull believes the Immed- nearly 5,000,000.As purposes Marvin and Florrie Belle attended ,

++' I of a keyhole saw, The rough should be planted; during October,, iate future of the poultry industryto to varieties paper whites led Miami $20,000 swimming pool church here last Sunday.
t edges can be smothered down witha preferably Just after a good shower. be fairly good particularly for with 107000000. There were about completed at estate of William Death of !Mrs.. J. II Prescott
piece of sandpaper. The frame He recommends 20 to 30 lbs., those who produce eggs and high- 18.000,000 Chinese Sacreds and 3- Sparks at 2142 North Bay road. The sad news overshadowed our CT,1RhF., F1! OIr1UIbit.

should then be painted and decorated of hairy vetch per acre and 30 to quality poultry for market for 000,000 Solell d'Ors, while the remainder Jacksonville Club rooms builton

and when dry the print is 40 pounds of peas. The land need hatcherymen who produce high- were Pearls Monarques roof of Hotel George Washington. -
pasted on the back. A coat of not be especially prepared, but quality chicks, and fur farmers and, and Conatantlnoplea. .
t shellac over all will mellow the should be given about 400 pounds commercial poultrymen who give

r finish and insure the print's adhes- of basic slag or superphosphate their flocks the best managementand Strawberry Plants of QualityWe
ion. per acre before planting unless It who practice efficient culling.. And the Worst is Yet to
was fertilized heavily last year.
? The seed should be inoculated and TRAIN SCHEDULE have had fair growing conditions. We have

J I FARM PROGRAM Immediately sown. The land -- nice stock of plants-Missionary, Improved Klondike
WIIUF then be disked or flat brok Effective Sunday August 9th m
t "The Voice of Florida" I ten covering the seed three to five schedule..changes and trains will $2.75; New Blakemore, $3.50.We can fur

$ J I inches deep. run as follows: nish any order regardless of size. See our agents.
-I Inoculated simply No. 107. southbound due Starke,

1 Gainesville, Fla.-The University The by seed spreading may be them out pouring 10:4O: a. W. Hrownlee Bros., who will take your order, or order
Extension -
i of Florida has Agricultural announced, on a mixture of two parts syrup No. 1. southbound due Starke 4, direct from this ad.
Service just
yl Hour! and one part water, stirring, 10:33: p. m.
; the series of Florida Farm stir. No. 108 northbound due Starke We start shipments October the 10th.
pouring on the culture, again
for next week over
programs I' enough soil 5:39: p. m. sRrrfaanatRa
ring and then adding
set radio station are broadcast WRUF. from These 12 programs to to take up the stickiness. Soil No. 2, northbound, due Starke, L o ills I'I'' I ;

from,a field on which one of the 8:10: a. m. + '
standard time. BAUER
:13:45 p. m..
W&nnee Branch b
I crops was grown last year is to 1 ,, rote
The foUows:
program be as it will contain the No. 101 leaves Starke 7 a. m.
Sat.. Sept. 19 Florida Farm, preferred forming bacteria. No. 102 arrives 2:40: p. m. )i0il5E JUDSONIA, ARK. BOX 2
U. S. Farm
y1 News .- T. J. Griffin Agent I i t FIER 1.
; Snapshots.
Mon., Sept. 21-Fertilizer Practices FOR EASTER BLOOM: Closing of Malls Come't -
t In Citrus Cost Studies-W. H.Briggs. Train No. 107, south 10:20: a. m. \
Accumulation and Availability -! YourLiver Bil
;; of Phosphates on Citrus Easter lily bulbs planted in late Train No. 108. north 5:20: p. m. Wake Up
September should be In bloom for Night malls close 8 p. m.
Bolls--Dr. O. C. Bryan.
the Easter season, according to Starke & Bell Branch:
Tuea.. Sept. 22-Aphlda and
J. Harold Mowry, associate horticulturist Mail closes 7 a. m. -Without Calome
Grasshoppers on Truck Crops--
j with the Florida Experiment Mall arrives 2:40 p. m.
R. Watson. Farm Question Box.
Station. They do best on ,a sandy ,.yc3 --
? Wed., Sept. 23-Bulbs for the and should be 3 Blue Bus Schedules Sowing (roII1.'roe
Home Garden H. Harold Hume. loam soil planted And Youll) Jump Out of Bed u W. is sot thO
to 4 Inches deep. He recommendstwo Northbound: 8:51: a. m., 1:21: p. dowa-t cIIp t. It JoM do nj* w,
a Primer for Town Farmers. applications of a general bulb m., 4:15: p. m., 8:21 p. m., 5:00 a. in the Morning Rarin to GoIf Cu blots up your itomseh. To
Milk in
24 Use of
Thurs., Sept -- broth b
fertilizer; possibly a -3or a 575 m. thick bed to U ud your t
the Home-Hamlln 1. Brown. analysis. Southbound: 9:34 a. m., 11:34 a. you feel sour' and sunk and the cites bnaks out IA bUmfah1* T0s

Farm Reporter at Washington. Protection from cold may be m.. 4:34: p. m., 7:34: p. m.. 12:47 a. world looks punk don't swallow a lot ehM sad you eel dose. ...oot'*
Fri. Sept. 25-Vetch and Austrian necessary in the northern part of Tickets and Information at ..... a of salts mineral water oil laxative .yet mis.,...,.... '
Peas as Manure Crops J. Lee candy or chewing gum and expect 1'-c0a4a1ctCAJ1TEB
4 the state, he says. A frame covered Smith's Service Station next to (
at Washing- iLJJ suddenly sweet
Smith. Farm Reporter with canvas will usually suffice courthouse. buoyanttaasdful ::
ton. but In 'severe colds som of sunshine.Tar ......fNoI7'" ....., u.
CI ...
1 source of heat under the canvas Mount Dora Florida Gas Co., they cant do It. They only! 8d W
Fort Pierce Heck & HIckman may be necessary. rapidly completing its mains In ., move the bowels and a nun' movement .........aali.s-.sasedeg sbg

Marine: Ways & Machine Shop Co., S order to supply city with gas doesn't ct at the cause. The _kl.s.......M awry'1.sJrsA.rsktet4wyld,.

jJ to construct modern marine ways, Venus Contract awarded to Sebrlng Charles S. Morrison _4 r.ae0mteryoardOwofeeling
Bvsr. It should ta..awIJa1.Ilw.
yow poor oat two UIIIe grow Pt41r.Lekw
Miller for constructing new of ,Jacksonville took Circle -
M. A. over
machine and boat storageyl.aL -
roof to Venus school building- Theatre. <=- .H. ..qJI, .., -dll ddbllllateyetwik. ..le ....a tor...take
dairy. eerlri.>........... OUlJoFRIDAY


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RISING : j , : ' ,;; : CREAM LAWS IS* SAFEaiTAUO Vt4..aI1.tLfle?

+, Do You Know ? + Mesa Iris, MrHae, ('.... .,.. >,-v V'\t", .< '. .,.}: : TO HEALTH-OF THE PEOPLE '!.' .".!, 1.

': 4 To safeguard good health must

last This Saturday community to hear was of the saddened deathof ,i3f; 8 n' have been the purpose of the stateof (!} ";, ''t4'\\ ',
and ;1P
Its milk \ \
Florida in enacting ,tj ; -
Mrs. J. L. Stephens which occur : \
: : cream law in 1929. ; \ M
red at her home Friday at Foley. \ ,; ) ,
This law defines both milk and '" !It: .I 'iI' \
She leaves to mourn her death a ::4 of such terms t 11M
cream making use tt\\
.<(4"fJ \
husband and five children. She fed and .
as' "healthy", "properly \
was laid to rest at Kingsley lake .. .. .
In milk fat.; "
kept cows, '
.. ),
cemetery Saturday
"fresh and clean. It directs the "
the side of her little son, Leonard to ; \ .II
commissioner of agriculture see ,
Jenson, who was buried about two . < 4 y
observed, .
.a tgn that its provisions\ are
< months ago. Mr. Stephens has and It fixes $8.000 or 12 monthsIn .4 ...!' i

many friends here who deeply
the county Jalljia a maximum Instantly Rendersan
sympathize with him In his be
for the
reavement.Mrs. punishment irresistible, soft pearly loveliness -
for consumer protec-
T. A. Crawford of Jackson benefit of that will add years of youthto
tion, aa well aa for the
The effect Is 1
ville Is spending: a while here with your appearance.
been pointed -
the small farmer, have so delicate and natural, the use 01 ;
her children.Mr.
,1. out by officials of the stats department a toilet preparation cannot be de
L. y Young: made a business In fact,
of agriculture. tected. Lasts thruout the day R
trip to Lake Butler Monday.Mr. who producesand without
the Florida farmer rubbing\ off streaking or
J. D. Dobb of the state farm disposes of milk from five or showing the effect of moisture.

was visiting: Mr. B. M. McRae less cows In his own county, is ex- GOURAUD'S

t a Thursday night. empted from all provisions of the

After spending a few days here e act. Summarizing one reads:

with relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Rob- 1. All milk and cream sold in CREAM
'ql ert Groover and family and Miss Florida must conform with the y

Allie Harnage returned to their legal definition of milk and cream; Wh.... fleets and ........ .h_

R R home in Miami last Friday, accompanied be fresh, clean and not watered;

sass i'. fi by Mrs. B. M. McRae. drawn not leas than 15 days beforeor -

Mrs. Mabel Denmark of Jacksonville five days after calving; milkmUIlt. NOTICR OF APIM.K'ATION FOil

attended church here Sun iEi.- contain not less than 8.5 per 'rtx; DKNO:
Notice .In hereby. given that Mae
day.Mr. cent solids: not fat and not less It. Wells\ hnlilor, of tux rvrllftcataNn. .
and Mrs. H. M. McRae and 3.25 centbutterfat; cream lOa, 8th cTy, of August A. l>.
than per 11)29, Hun riled Bald rertirteale + 1'
children and Miss :
Argula Crosby must contain 18 per cent or more my sense and made application for
weer visiting relatives at Lawtey tof butterfat tax deed. to Issue tlivrvmi In accoM*
afternoon. I anc with Inw. Said rvrtlflciita <>,iiibrniMm '
Sunday Milk or cream shipper or
2. thu.follnwlnic .I..rlh.d -
) Miss Pearl Johnson spent week A FISH STORY SPOILED: No telling what sellers must so label or identifythe nltuntttd In isratlforcl county 4
kind of Stebblns (left) would spin about Klorlila, to-wltt ;
end with her parents Mr. and Mrs.. yarn John that the consumer maybe ?
product $olllhw .t quarter. of Moulhwe..tQII"rt.r
this :.ish tf his brother Etley had not happened along
; R. M. Johnson at Graham.Mr. advised of the nature and kind of Southeast quarter Saclionli
the The two rustics known to radio a. "The Stebbins Twp 1 South Unnwe 23 Bait-10
B. M. McRae spent where
Boj.) of Bucksport Point Maine; are Arthur Allen pf milk or cream and know our... f ,

weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Wesley .-.' Parker Fennelly. former stage actors now .among it was produced. The assessment of until property
McRae at Crestview. and when ender, the Maid .rlltlmtt. luu..d wag
j't foremost character portrayers. 3. Also milk cream
In the mine of S. ('line.
most easily and most quickly tamed of the wild animals
AT the a> labeled that the .
sold must be so UiiiHHH said fvrtlfluate shall brmliiemml e ?
of' North America la the beaver? After! only a few daya In capo Winter Park Construction Bartow Work started on en- Tallahassee Contract let to will know the grade under according' to law\t't" de'twill '
I beaver will become quite time If kindly treated and not only Annie Russell buyer IHHIIO: th.renn "n> the :\ day ofUctnher
t' started on $100,000 and of Grahn Construction Co. of Atlantafor sold. And board of
larging repairing plant which It Is A. D. 1931. I
welcome The ahowa 'Indian
but petting. photograph an gin
it to, Theatre, gift of Mrs. Edward W. milk Dated this 9th day of September, Ig ,
,nga beaver that had been In captivity only eight days when the Hills Brothers Bartow cannery for erection of new training school health officials are to examine A. U. 1981.

p.-rnh wri MTHREE-"".. Bok of Philadelphia to Rollins Col opening of grapefruit canning sea building at A. &: M. College for and cream to determine if it meets O. W. AUDIOriMAN, i 1

lege. son of 1931-32. negroes here, to cost $44$03. these provisions as well as those' Clerk of Circuit t'uurt. h ,11
--- -- ------- ---- --- ------ llrudl'urd County, Florida.OllBtlOlf. f
--- - - - - town where It Is sold.
of the city or I,
- ------
"." .-. 4. .No milk may be repasteurlz- .
v .x. .,. ehi A a mix domestic 1\0'1'11; 01 ..U'PI.U'"I'IO
: far a -i4ii it is unlawful to
M R AW .. ed and
r 4 x i & +Mxi4fritivMr;+NWNAVA' a art+vn+Wav sM Nmm6Gi'l.rThe KOH TAX'" III.a.O:I.
A. ; milk with milk brought In i'. ,I
) rM4
: I from outside the state. Notice IM hereby given. that O.Frftch. .
holder of Tax Orllflcnte" fin.
s.' 1; ;:"kdDIy rrGt. I Shortest Thing 8. A license, to cost $25 a year 257 the 6th tiny of August, A. I.. f
d :
K.GZ"a2.'f : )k' Is required of all persons handling 1H28. hu. filed nitlil, certificate In my
<< :Hti'::::{ ..:.:.r: In Florida, office and made application, for tax
'' i : 0 '. t milk or products( deeil to l.Hiie thereon In uccorclmicnwith '
7 d'tY l 'tiY ; the World :: .
:4': < ug o :: ;: In :: :: except the initial producer. ask. law. Halt! certificate emhra en

;:.j:::;: .S!tt ing for a license! persons must the rated.following In HI.Hord clxHc-rlbxil county property Florlila nit-,

.. .. : swear that "all products or milk or to-wit: ,
t:;:: No. not. KIUII'H eyelash' nor.. nloMr|alto's whlitker.PUItLIO .- ??t- cream which they desire to sell in wont quarter of Southwest i ,

....-. .. healthy herds and under proper The aMHeMittnent ctf said l property
;;; ;' .' :
'::si" under the said fvrtlflcnte I IKHIIKII, wan
;:.:'.:; may have been In business for fifty years and :::ti!; sanitary conditions" Out of state In the. name. of Mrs Ij. A. Kuhl.

applicants may be required to submit Unl I"NM said r.rt I finite iihall Im redeenivit -
i;;( the people know about it. But they forget-new customers .
}; :<0fi / their local officials acrnrillnic to law, tux rii v<1
,. """v i iy ';;' statements from will I..u.. thereon on the Itth day I'
r ty .: :::: are being born every and they grow up {&: : under oath to the above ef of Qctob r. A D. 1831. ;

A g g'p'.Y y;.: and have to be told : e hated. thin. 6lh day of September
;[;:!; ::t1 fect. A. I>. mat.
y4 : 6. A license may be revoked If o. \v AT r>frrtMAV

t ri; ) A NOTE TO THE MERCHANT! .::{W Its privileges are abused. (leap Court, nradford Cleric County of Florida Clroi'ilt.

rA "m'" I ',>" 1 D-l1-61-10-8. Z
n .
'S k r id k-i..,... Unless you keep telling thorn by Advertising. what ;...;':# NOTICE OK TKACIIEKS' l
. \\.;
have to offer. them the fellow who has been In ; EXAMINATION NOTION)
: t, xn you << only I\ Notice lit hereby irlven to all con.perned ..
i :.. business weeks and advertise that the city council of the
fifty .who Intelligentlywill :;
.:i;;: 'i} '
i 1 : Persons wishing to take teach flty of Ntarjie, Florida sitting an a
:'::if.:::1 1 prove to you the truth of It. !,:i;: ers' examination will report at the Hoard of Kifuallsfir' on August Itth
.y? Y Yw 0 Dfilh and 17th A, U. 1931, mad the
A y courthouse at Starke, Sept. 17th following changes In the tax a.M.....-
ii$ YOU MUST TELL, THEM TO SELL THEM I'4 at 8 o'clock.' Anyone wishing to m.nt roll an filed by the city lax ,
t{ i. ..senior for 1931. Notice In further
take special examination should Klven that the city council will at ameeting a
1 send in notice at once. 10 be held on the 12nd Any :'r1
: ; 7BWr$1wtlI of Heplemher A. D. l9 81. at the city

ft$:1.t7V0v..W.tlp'EZW11rTrrimrm: : ; :; ; ; :W:1Jt: I 9-4-2t. A. J. GRIFFIS' Supt., hall will In hear Htarke from, at all itOO: such o'clock owner p. .or... A" i,;

e'k r 1 1e 1t lur..nt. an desire to appear and tile 41 r
nomplalnt an to the valuation aa ,
Hollywood Pan-Am Harding fixed by the laid Board of Knuallarr
and hear the aluatlona '
any reason why \
Circle Service Station will be re- should be changed !.

modeled. Fruit (Irower Iliproioi, peraunalFrom
ISO.0(1( to 1100.00. ..L
I Okeechobee Repair work underway '
e / Uulf neflnlnir' Co.. p.uDnal-Frofn
on state road No. 8 between IJOOO.OO 10 $2700.00. ,
: O and KlaHlmmee river I'lillman Co., p.r.nnal-From I50S .
city to $340. ..
., .. _.
MOTHER by state highway department. fan-American Petroleum Corp
AIRMAN'S .r..nal-Fr'Jlu IMSO to 117(0.Qulgley I
Umatllla Government
DEBUTANTE : A blonde a A" I>avU, p.uonllJ-Frum
FLIES TOO : -Mrs. Ida MaeHawks
brunette, and a red head have been selected by the Hawks post office building from Masonsfor to 14000. q
Fox studio from their young actresses as eligible to mother of Captain ten years and redecorating Interior Hh..ll 1'.t Corp., Pemnnat
famous spe d flier, on her way to -From I5ISO to flDOO.Houthern .
stardom in talkies. They are. top to bottom. Conchita New York as a passenger. Hereon and painting. Hell Telephone and T.,Ie.irraph .
Montenegro, of San Sebastian. Spain brunette; Helen followed her In II plane of hiM Lockhart --- Mill of about 60,000 Co., "uoonl-From $614 to
Mack of Rock Island III.. red head; and Linda Wat- I 81600. 1
before feet resumed
tins own: frequently arriving capacity per day operations Sinclair' Refining. Co., pemontl.
of Boston Mass. blonde.tilij .
mother'* ship\ here. From $1150 to "160..
WeNtern Union Telegraph Co, p.r.
= ---- -- "- =
-- M sonalFrom724 to $1600.Heaboard ) I,

. THE MAIN THING ON MAIN STREET By L. -.F. Van Zelm' ;; sleek valuation from and 23,4211.00 Air Line Pro to Ity Hato HIH9 Co,,rolllna track 00.

Lora > A 4 6 cif ilk 4 (brie' nest
town-T. A nrliuon. from $26ili.U!
NO IT tu 140011.H 1
r NOT Tb 4au ft loin 1.* of Klk IS **.
fix z I'M THE INQUIRING GEPOIZTEI2 pEQ-ZACKLY I INIi TAKES AMINDED STRONG sold; 20 ft by 4et4 ft on Houth lid: *
wm MotiT ANY Trans to F. C. Hnllingeworth\ , orlic-
MAKES GAL W Andrew- From
S l SOME OP 'EM To HAVE IT 211 ae extended on FJnxeye man
I'iEWCPAPEIGqUIRIHG THAT original. town, except H 101) ft anil ll
M Kh LL BOBBED" ( t except a strip of land SO ft on MuilInon -
GIRLS BOB THEIR LOOKFOOLISH / RIGHT 1 ) lit root by 271 feet on Walnutxtreet f
cold to L. A. Davis, 28 a 22i2llr' ,

I2'4ft.oflot1' &elilotIHik '
14 I* T.: Co'.. Add. 28 a 22-Mr*. (
JoDcphlne Taylor $460 to $800, '
[aDAY'-J QUESTION l'5- tMi 13 14 of Illk I 10 Temple'. add.
*" J. Alderman. is
-$1250 to
) ::180'0.21-1'
o' fou BEiievE THAT r
,!2le 5 One lot of land 240 yd" N B by '
WHO BOB TfcElC 120 yiln. H W In HK' cor of ""1'. +'
IQ 1 ARE 'XfEAK-MlrtDFD"' ? of HKV4 ell" < 12-T. J. Alderm.n
1260 to .
We. undersigned do h.bc"rUfY !/, ar
I -BEI'ikED/ -- that the above and fur.going .-
*T-1AlLr !I. a true and correct 11.1 of
3AD IEPOT.hcWERS the real and permmal properly
e>4uall.ed by the city council sitting
a. a board. of 'Iuall..r..
4nlr In wltneen whereof we' have her..
/ & by subscribed our name and the J

QOUGE Wesn T4Il p date above mentioned.C.. F.. HOOVER, .-.. ...- .eI.-. "_ _, =. -.---- .. = _.._ _- __ __ - --.- ---- C.Attest A. FUTCIl: Chairman city City Htarke.Council Kin.
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-- --- - City flerk.
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In Circuit Court, liradford Coun-
roI ry, Florida. In Chancery ,
OONKfi 1 tleula Handy, Complainant.*
I ALL, 1L vaWllllam
COT A WHAT I 4t ? OKJ CUE OC OF THE 9 vJiLl wt4ATS tIPtfI SO DID THE 8. Dandy, Tlefendant.
1 T ,
rDON Order of Pel>-ell.n
RIODLE THAT RIVER AND A DALE T HE As1SvJER ; State of Florida to William '8. l ;

Su4TS".oO'a. SIDE A JO NOORIOCE I/ tl appearing by affidavit duly rued
'i"I In the above entitled cause that t
.- s cRoSS THE the renldrnce of defendant William

Hold IS THE ... H.' sandy I* unknown and that laid
RIPER KEY ,.. William H. dandy I I. over the a.. 1
DON I IG of 21 years It I* therefore ordered i,
o.J' e that you William H. Tandy be and l
C" '
t are hereby required to appear to the +
\ ) 4ern41HAY' bill of complaint In said cauee flleilaaaln
1 e ..t you for divorce, on or he*
i .fore Monday, the 6th day of October
4 A. L>. 1931 olherwlxe the alkxa'I ,
Hone. of said bill will be taken a*
_ eonfeeied.It ( =t'
n I I. further ordered that thla or
N oar be published one. a week for
r four conxecutlv week. In Bred for J
1 a r County Teleiiraph: a newepaper pub !
NS llxhed In liradford County, Florida. I "
Wltnee* my hand and the aeal of :
f r above named court, this tteptember2nd. 4 ,
It It. {.
a O. W. ALDRRMAN.: :
I A. Clerk Circuit; Court, Bradford I
fOrriplal Heal. County. Florida 1'
ens.-r KNK1HT KNIGHT j,'
C' stay' Mollcltora for Complainant. ",
..46tlOeSEPTEIDER' '.

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: (nil! _.- -.. . .. . . '''' . .. .- --- --- 'T. .-,_-,., ---- f-._, - -- ------. -.If,
m'lr I ''Hi) era, there's a flaw or two in you.Selected. about which h ..t.... so concerned. search ,pf ,the legal .tome a fora, Te most important '"
County Telegraph Better still we should feel much way to avoid vlsjltini another apeij uJatlfin deals III 01
': 4 I.: I/H.i; I From Other Pens I .-,,0- relieved if Mr. Robineau should clal session o( ,. he. legislature 6 O to stop at railroad with requirlrl grade
from venting this long suffering state.
refrain altogether Absolute
Established 1877 A Little ThingI enforcement0It
li his holdover legislative spleen To a layman it would seem that away with
am a little thing with a big dlaastrouT
I": ;I : i' Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class What's cuter than these little,I meaning. :I'help everybody. against the small counties. Some- this much of mercy might be ex- The code of flues IICC!:.
1.\1\ I derbies the ladles are wearing 7- I unlock doors open hearts, dIspel one, forgetting Robineau'a part in pected from the supreme court. has been given uoled
::1 ( .. w' Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida Wauchula Herald. Anything and prejudice: the recent 100-day "battle of the The case involves certain technicalities may be suitable a ror(;air.---I trt

\ \\ l everything. I create friendship and good wilderness," is apt to accept his but ,to the public it is a any school boaro *"lit

101W" J al E. Matthews ________ __ ________ Owner and Publisher --o- will. utterances as representing a Dade pretty clear cut proposition. The li A bus

l., }",, I J. C. Robinson. __..__._ _- ----------- Managing( Editor Bootleggers are valuable allies I inspire respect and admiration. constituency. Difference of opin- act under consideration Is based dren must not carrVlng pass IthOd
1 ion as to the constitutionality and the principle that counties shall a I\J),
'. of undertakers. Starke Tele- Everybody 'loyen me. Ion crossing until it (has. i
""i'' I graph. At last a real use for 'em I bore nobody. the fairness of a tax distribution be reimbursed out of the gasoline flagged. A railroad been Plb!'
:t / SUBSCRIPTION HATE has been found! I violate no law.I plan will never be settled by aIr-[. tax for building roads which flagged when the c

,1r" ::4 r : !\ Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance --o-- cost nothing. ing personal political grievances are a part of the state system. The complete stop III, least hue come,
l/ Rates Application You've got to hand it to Flor- Many have praised me, none and inciting sectional bitterness. people of the state will expect the feet from the track tWenl!1
Advertising on the
il V t\ court to whether or
supreme say '
ida in trying to camouflage thepanlclt.S have condemned me.I gets out and stands I'!
l the
yl not that is fair. If it Is fair
am pleasing to those of high until the bus
next years auto license Injustice to North FloridaFort has :rowed
M1 Taxes are going down. plates are to be gold color.--Hill- and low degree.I ( Myers News-Press.) will expect that and technicalities the distribution be no children are in the II bUt t
t. yard (Wash.) News. am useful every moment of driver must
1 Florida's 67 counties stop at
d -.1 Fourteen of the
9 t the day.I act be allowed to stand. If It Is crossing but ra
r In time of peace we have war among bridge experts. ------o- am courtesy.-Capper's Weekly. are located along the north not fair it will be interesting to 2. The need not get *:
t A fortune awaits the manufacturer V border of the state. Not any of have notable authority point out transportation principal In ch
o of an automobile with horse these counties are what might be will apPoint
in what it is not. That
KID ; i '; Things should start getting warm earlier than usual next t f sense.--Starke Telegraph. And a -0-- termed the "rich counties" of Flor- has not. yet respect been done, with due duty tain for will each be bus The 9
4J medal should await the driver with A Rank Injustice ida. Eleven of. these north Florida Mathews to assist the dM,
; respect to Representative' -
year. horse sense.-Bronson Journal.. ,(Inverness Chronicle) border counties' are'traversed keeping order, flag railroad I
0_ the Tampa Tribune) and others ings, and
3 -0One An example of the stubbornnessof by state highway No. 1. perform SUch one
i It's hard to believe that Gandhi shocked the French peopleby state writer thinks dentists government bureaucrats is seen This group of counties furnishesan who thief! have while been producing shouting no clues.o "Stop. ties as may be prescribed

his scant attire. should make good politicIans. r- In the persistence.with) which the' indisputable example of the injustice -- -- -- 3. No ariver has author
'-' o Starke Telegraph. Wrong. It post office department!! ; clings to its 'I'' that would be inflicted upon 'School Bus Safety change the adjustment of i
takes something besides pull to practice; p{, sqmpeUng with local the less fortunate counties of Flor- buretor, governor or any. ,
: each to find out what brandof I tin the en- John Mathews' court Soon-the highways,will be. teem- part, unless
Women kiss other these days make the grade these days.Bronson printers eof/.prlnte:,, .l ida if Rep. in case of emeri!
Journal. velopes at Una'.than..cost.There suit to invalidate the 1931 gasolinetax ing with motor busses laden with and then he must
"; cigarettes they use. precious lives bound for the consol- repon
I p is no more justificationfor allocation is upheld and the change to designated autbotr
t' o this practice than there wouldbe revenue division section of that law idated schools. 4. .Busses; are designed t ta

1 It's remarkable} how one large county of Florida can produce checker Believe players it or not in ,front you of never a store see for selling clothing, groceries* Is overthrown. There are none more keenly desirous in transporting children to
or any other commodity at less Along the main trunk highwaysIn of seeing them safely trans- from school, and should ben
small that advertises.
i such men. Starke Tele '
than cost, and making up the de- Florida's border counties many ported than those charged with the ed to that purpose No excn
And have learned
graph. spiders !
V J o ficit by taxation. thousands of gallons of gasolineare responsibility for selecting compe- shall be made without office.
better than to make webs in front
?; h Officers raided the Busy Bee Cafe in Ocala last week and of their doors.-Bronson Journal Still, every administrator,, consumed every day. Very lit- tent drivers. mlt.
l of nectar. whether republican or democratic,, tle of the gasoline on which the Driving a school bus, loaded to "6. Unless Instructed by
seized a quart --p- the
has effectively resisted every at- .testate. tax Is paid Is purchased In capacity with young people who clpal, the driver must not
t o Duval county has declared waron tempt to put an end to this unfair i these border counties.In are naturally bubbling over with pupil to leave the bus at per

1 Clermont Press advises girls looking for a model husband roaming cattle.-Starke Tele- and Indefensible proceeding.Local these north Florida counties youthful spirit, is a task to be tak- tlon other than his regular MV
graph. The motorists did that long printers do not object to there are main trunk highwaysthat en seriously. Unless the driver Is 6. There shall be i
V IF to pick a working model. while ago. And they are still get- thoroughly alive to "his responsi- jumps
the sale of plain stamped return extend northward beyond theborder or off a bus, or hanging ,
y eJk ting a lot of 'em to.-Bronson address or those bearing the return of the state. Motorists are bilities and capable of meeting steps or any other part of I o

Labor organizations want four per cent beer manufactured Journal. address of the post office, driving over these roada.-created emergencies as they arise, accidents while it Is in motion.
i -- with a blank line for the name to and maintained by the countiesin are likely to occur which will 7. Loaded busses must
to increase the employed percent.It's Schools of pharmacy are puttingIn be written in. They do object to cars that are propelled by gaso- sadden many homes.It run over twenty miles per ti\

o a salad course this fall.-Starke the printing of individual return line not purchased in Florida and is doubtful if all drivers rea- and operated at least sevemj!

not in Florida but in Michigan where the pop corn is Telegraph. They certainly have addresses practically for nothing, on which no Florida .gasoline tax lize the hazards to which they are yards apart.
worked the sandwich proposition the from the exposed when on the highway, be-
expense being paid has been paid. 8. Drivers must be eta
the heat.
the stalk from
popping on pop corn down to a razoredged keenness.- public treasury.It Almost necessarily the gasoline ing more. imminent now than ever their personal appearance i

A o Clermont Press. is not selfishness that impels used by motorists entering Florida before on account of increased driving a bus In which chilJrtJ.
9 Times-Union reports that walking would be a pleasant -- small local printers to protest was purchased in some other state traffic and the ever present expan- being transported. j
Judging from two paragrahs in against this practice.. They ask no There is practically no opportunityfor sive trucks requiring such a large
exercise if it wasn't for sd fools riding. 9. The use of intoxicate
many the last Issue of the Starke Tele- favors from the government. They the purchase of motor fuel un- part of the road.
uors time drinj
o graph, the paRAGrapher of that merely protest against the rank til the motorists are well inside of Parents and friends of the school be considered any by a

a There are no hard times in Winter Park when the Herald highly illuminating sheet must Injustice a|policy which singles the state, and most of them do not children have a responsibility and dismissal. sufficient
have slipped on a banana peel re- them'' out fora species of discrimi- renew their supply of gasoline un- can render a real service by closely
offers- a year's subscription for each joke accepted.If cently and hurt his dignity.-Inverness nation not employed against other til they have reached one of the observing the manner in which 10. .Drivers will be reju-j

0 Chronicle. citizens and taxpayers.. larger cities. drivers operate their busses, and report daily to the prtoipJ

the government cannot convict Capone it will be because -o-r -0 If the basis for the division of knowing something of the habits misconduct of pupils on but I
Funny, but when prices and character of the 11. No bus shall be drtij
laws these made protect the criminal. on ciga- Tax Reductions the gasoline tax revenue among the drivers.It
ri-, our days are rettes advanced prices to farmersfor (Tallahassee Daily Democrat.) counties of the state Is to be fixed has not been found satisfac- any person other than a i Nf

0 the tobacco dropped.-Starke Taylor county has reduced its by the place the gasoline is purchased tory to leave the selection of the employed driver
The woman who tries keeping up with doings of the Telegraph. Just a case of supply millage levy 27 mills. The total for it is manifestly unjust to driver In hands .of the person to 12. Drivers must obserl

neighbors! never has to worry over keeping down her weight. and demand. The manufacturers the county Is 34 mills. Adding the the north Florida border counties whom the contract Is let, in cases commonly" accepted 'rules i
don't need so much tobacco now.- state levy of 4 7-8 mills this makesa that have built and paid for'improved where this method Is followed. road.
o Bronson Journal.Be Bonds should be 13. The driver must not I
total of 38 7-8 mills as against highways over which mo- required of the
One never has to worry over being found mentally incompetent ---o 73 mills last /year./ No reductionwas torists drive in order to reach their drivers to insure compliance with the bus while the motor I ls|

unless he has plenty of money and a pretty nurse. Morn Explicit 'made in the health unit fund. destinations in other parts of the all state laws and with such rulesas ning.-A. C. L. Bulletin.
i .I A local fisherman reached a tele- Taylor county was the first in the state. local commissioners shall adopt -0---

o graph station somewhere north and state to establish this fund. Leon It: Is fair and just that Florida's( regarding the transportation of GrovelandDiving towe
If human croakers' hind legs were worth as much as frog telegraphed his wife "Have taken. county was toe second. The recent border counties have restored to school children. Lake Audrev to be ren.I'PII< l |

legs, think of the 'number of new millionaires that would result -i twenty-seven," and the poor, neg- legislature authorized all counties them the money their taxpayershave -.--- .
lected woman -----'"""' ---------
back. .
telegraphed to levy for this purpose. I : paid out, or obligated them-/ ;
Fish or _drinks_?"-The Packer. Bradford county has made a 40 :selves to pay, for the state high
o 0Schools ---- per cent reduction In Its tax bill ways that are used for the benefitof

Times are bound to improve. Delray Beach man is ad- of pharmacy are putting for the next year. The millage for the entire state. The law adopted SPECIALDeWITT
in a salad course this fall.-Starke the new year is 46 3-8 against 66 by the 1931 legislature return-
vertising a used car for exchange on a mule and farm imple- There
Telegraph. should be a 1-2 last year. The reduction comes ing three cents of the state's sev-
ments. meat course, too, for some of! the partly from reduction in millage en-cent gasoline tax to the coun-

0---. socalled meat sandwiches we have and partly from a conference of ties as reimbursement for countrybuilt -
bought, contained little, if any of the county commissioners and tax highways that are part of -AT-
Florida has had three of prosperity since the state
years that ingredient.-New Port RIchey
assessor resulting In a 20 per cent the state's Improved road system
went Republican-and the dryest things !in the state are the Press reduction in valuations. Those deals justly with these north Flor-

oil wells. ---nOne who paid JlOft< taxes last year will ida border countries Destruction C. JONES
of the hot weather hints Is pay but $60 this year. of that law, sought in the Mat-
; -p to be careful in selecting your The total state and county levy hews' suit, would inflict an Irreparable
Farmers should not worry over the amount of vegetables books and your friends.-Starke for Columbia county }has been injustice upon these border j I

''s Ford's mechanics will be able to raise. His plan will enable Telegraph. Summer books should fixed by corhjmlsslonera there at counties and their taxpayers. I Drinking Glasses (50c per doz.)
: be liquid. And some are wonderful 22 7.8 mills with school levy rang- --4-

_ seed, houses to sell surplus seed. friends to those who have a ing from 1 toT 10 mills in the different ; A Grave Rpsptmnibillty I Ice Tea Glasses (3 for 25c) __ each, 1 10
.--0 plentiful supply of! liquid boolta. district. In Lake City the I (Fort Myers News-Press)

Texas might pass that law requiring men to wear cot- Bronson Journal. millage,, has been fixed at 37 7-8 The little counties have lost the Cup and Saucer 1
mills, as against 61 mills last year. first round of the gas tax distri- _
ton night shirts and women cotton petticoats but checking Tallah Issue
a report of Among f the appropriations madein bution case. However, that was '
i up would be a problem for enforcement! officers. the daily consumption ,of water this year's budget Is $3,000 allowance only a preliminary skirmish of no Cup, Saucer and Plate ....- 2f

during the legislature, which made to paupers outside great consequence. The real test
proves nothing. -. Starke Tele- of. poor boosesoTaylQr will now come in the supreme Hand Made Hickory Axe Handles, ea. 1
The cost of education In Florida has
pupil increased Bradford
per graph. Evidently someone thinks and Columbia court to which the case will be Im-
y, i ;' from $7.04 in 1000 to $84.29 in 1928. The figures are for op- the legislators used .water for counties appear to be putting up mediately carried on appeal. Red Cross Toilet Tissue, 5 for 2

erating the schools, and do not include any bonded indebtedness. something besides "chasers" during a mark forother,, counties to shootat The outcome in the lower court

the session.--Bronson Journal. In the way of reducing taxes. was not unexpected. It was com- Durham Duplex Razors _.. 50
-o---- Mention has been
made .here of mon talk that in launching his ac-
( o Melbourne Times quotes a, sign! other counties which have reduced tion Representative John Mathewsof ((10 Blades Free.)

i; Palatka postmaster refers to Starke, and Palatka as In a Georgia store run by a negro. taxes materially, but these are the big county forces had picked
It says: "Kwitten the Credlck Biz- right In our own tier with condi- his At rate the
own judge.
No. 2 1 1S
N "country towns" for wanting to keep the postoffice open on ness til I gits my outs in." That tions practically the same Some court to which he took his case had Lamp Shades, 2 for _

,. Saturday afternoons instead of closing like Jacksonville. negro was short on orthography, South Florida counties may find ruled with him on a similar plead-
i We'd lots rather live in the country. but he had some sense in his kinky' It difficult ta. meet taxation reduc- ing two years ago and there was No. 2 Lamp Burners, 2 for 2
head.-Leesburg Commercial. tion demands because of heavy at least that much advantage to
o ---o- bond issues during the boom per- start with. Aluminum Water Pitchers 5

We hope American missionaries in heathen countries are It is now proposed for the racIng iod.. Judge Love's decision .did not

l i IS j not called upon by the savages ((7) to explain why troops are Saturday commission night races to take for the over bathtub the- Inciting.. ,.Sectional.,,0 V, Feuds simply pass on granted the validity a temporary of the act He injunction Edison Mazda Lamps, 6 for $1.0

needed in our civilized nation to keep rival pastors and their in. boarding houses.! -Starke (Miami! pally News.) restraining state officials 50 yds. Apex Silk $1'

adherents from cutting each other's throats. Telegraph. Not chance. There "Parasites. That Is what Rep- from putting the new distribution Casting Line __

I'1 would not be any opportunity for resentative Roblneau of Dade, :plan Into operation. The effect of Rim
o-- graft.-Bronson Journal. That I calls the small counties seeking this will hold the matter up until Knob Locks, 35c each3 3 for $1'
The postal deficit is only a hundred and fifty million. might be called an insinuation ex- their allotted share of the gasolinetax the supreme court bas had its say.

Part of this deficit could be eliminated if Uncle Sam would cept for the fact that Florida politico. i' revenue supplied largely by The Arcadia Arcadian and several Brillo Household Cleanser, 'per pkg.
Is so clean and above reproach. populous centers of the' state."Parasite" .
post'rate& other newspapers have recently -
charge parcel on the printed envelopes supplied
-Umatilla Tribune.o Universal 69
Is harsh'word Shears
a to ap- pointed out that a re-
any _____
the entire country by' a private subsidized printer.
l --o-- ply to any member of the frater- sponsibility rests with the supreme
i 0 burg Commercial advises the nity of Florida counties and the court. The learned justices must School Children's Lunch Kits l 19

Jacksonville man with his compressed air motor threatens cock-eyed world that the present Dally News regrets it should not only decide some nice questions ___
t secretary of the navy declares; the come from the mouth of a man of law but they must also determIne One Gallon l
; ''y to leave Florida high and dry on the gasoline tax. There prosperity ((1)I the south i is enjoying who by reason of hIs legislative some important matters of Oil Cans _________

isnothing to get excited over-if it works the oil companieswill ( I) at present Is due entirely toga, might still be mistakenly public policy. The forthcoming de-
to the republican tariff. When he regarded by some as a spokesman cision may have far-reaching con- 40 PER CENT OFF
raise the price of gas to buy the machine and then junk it. talks
V about the present prosperity for Dade county In state affairs. sequences and these no doubt will ON
r o he is talking about a subject the Someone should of course, explain be in the minds of the justices, if ALL INGERSOLL CLOCKS
Germany owes American interests nine million dollars man "around the corner" under- to Mr. Roblneau before he not formally before them In the arguments
stands. Starke Telegraph. It becomes eloquent on this subject of counsel. Bamboo Fishing Poles each 1
in claims while this country owes Germany eighteen million 2 for 25
F2 ,
a special kind of faith to ,
understand again, that Dade, llIll borough, The first thing that will happenIf .
t ..t in like awards. Under Hoover's debt suspension it works out what you cannot see.- Duval and,')th.r populous countiesof the Injunction granted by the 8 qt. Water Buckets 11

c ; w that taxpayers of this country will have to dig up the eighteen Tallahassee State.o. Florida can never afford to re- lower court Is upheld la another _

y million to pay Germany while allowing Germany another year Think ---- gard their contiguous back coun- session of the legislature. That is 12 qt. Water Buckets 23
lit IJUl
try aa parasitical. Mr. Robineau inevitable. The formal call, of _
t ., to pay her debt to Americans. It's nice to be a furriner. When you start to hammer some should be told that the agrIcul- course, will be issued by the governor -
Dry Cell
; r o poor soul who's gone' array, tural background comprising the but the people of the state Batteries ._ -
I ' Florida distributing the Farm and Grove Twill do no harm to stop and small counties at which he scoffs, will trace It directly to the supreme -
papers supplements -
think you might loose your grip. la what makes possible such centers court. Another session of Hose ft.
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assisted in -
certainly giving candidate for
one some day.
, governor aa Miami Jacksonville and the legislature la first among the
k a splendid ,boost in the past issue. While he is a deserving Whata the use to kick a- man when Tampa. It should be pointed out things Florida can get along with
t candidate editors who the be'_ about to fall? to Mr. Robineau that there can out. If we were a supreme court
g a good many put out propaganda If you do not car to help him, be no trading centers without a justice, answerable to the voters Dewrrr\ C. JONES HARDWARE
4 have other ideas about the matter, but they will have to give why mention him at all trading area and that the counties for our wisdom aa wen aa our ,

> the Farm and Grove editor credit for putting over a swift You will find. If you take notice, which, b* calla "parasites"fctually learning la the law. prudence anda
v one. that what rye said U true. I control the growth andprosperity due regard for the pubila welfare Starke Floridait11I'
WhO then may 1M faulty Ia oth-, of the urban centers would suggest a diligent ,

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