Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: September 25, 1931
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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BOOL BOOKS ROADS COUNTIES BUILT COST BY Bradford High Opens Football y Season Green Offers f SCIIOOL KILLED CHILD MONO A Y All Documents / ,


THEM $10?,000,000 f


BE CHANGED Complete Compilation- of Illghwa TodayAginstStrongLakeButlerHighT01 His AssistanceIn Carson McKInney- 12 years of, To Be Stamped ,'4

ng, of Sampson City, was Instantly
Board \\I11 Bo Heady Shortly killed Monday afternoon a short

AT BIG LOSS
I Florida counties have contributed WILL Sports Editor of B. H. S) he was struck on the head by" a '

a little more than 9107,000,000 PLAY OPENING The Bradford Tornadoes will open pole alongside the roa.... Carson uI
.. Can stop Big : to construction of roads which I waif a student of Bradford High I ''
J tlll't'Ion. the 1931 football season here to state- New I.JIW torn Into Effort Requiring r'I
('out Burden : have been made a part of the state GAME TODAY day with Lake Butler High School In a Issued today. School and at the time of the accident Tux on Komi. Other ;+

system according to figures that Trie game promises to be a fast Congressman R. A. Green offered was on the bun used to transport PalIW" (,

:20.Unles the have been compiled by auditors of IIIgh School Football !Sraxon Open and close game for this Is Lake to a"'Mlct\ all t*nne organ'mtione the children" from Starke to l

'! Sept meanwhile to make the state road department duringthe With Luke Butler This Butler's first try at having a foot and I individuals in his district who Sampson City. The youngster ii }'

future acts past 90 days. A ternoon ball eleven. So this looks Ilke a are planning to participate next stuck his body out of the window On and after September 25 1931,
or -
I Inoperative opI
,,resent !law books used In thee Samuel L. Walters, auditor for runover for the Tprnadoes. which year In the nine-months, natlo i- and his head was crushed when It practically every written instrument ;1 d

all text the department, said Monday that (By FRANK INMAN, Asst. will be opening their fourth year, wide celebration of the two hundredth came to. contact with the tcephone! must carry documentary '''h
| schools! of belchlanged next only two counties remained to be anniversary of the Birth stamp and generally at the rate ;+
Sports Editor.) but also looks like 4 sad season for
I will pole.Carson of loc '! "
schools, audited and that tbe work wouldbe of was the son of Mr. and per hundred dollars and
school text books were The B. H. S., Tornadoes will open the Tornadoes with{ just a few let- George Washington. ;
High completed throughout the state their'football season with a fast termen returning 'and with quite This assistance and cooperation, Mrs. Carl McKinney, residents of fraction thereof according to a ,

Led. last year.Hillsborough county, 'within the next couple of days and snappy game with the Lake a bit of green material. Congressman Green made clear, is Sampson City and he 1* survived statement Issued by Comptroller +'; a+

|s cost in for frees About 40 men have been carryingout Butler Gophers. The game will be This is the boys' second year available to all regardless of po by his parents and five brothers Ernest Amos Friday. '

t will exceed $1PO.OOO schools the task of checking courthouse a close one, because the two teamsare under the tutelage of Coach Lovell, litical affiliation.! Just as George Funeral services warn held Tues The law prescribes a penalty for J ',,
elementary failure of
used In the junior and sen- records and road expenditures pretty closely matched except who has been working hard for the Washington hlmnelf stood above day afternoon, with DeWItt C, to affix the maker or acceptor i. ,

Books In But by the counties under a legIslative that Lake Butler will have the advantage last three weeks in trying to geta such considerations, the Congress Jones Company In charge, followedby a sufficient amount In t
ugh are bought by pupils. act directing the man out In 1932 all Interment in the McKinney stamps and to cancel them. Stamps J'"
procedure. in weight. This game will team into shape for the game pointed so, ,
from
or girl goes one may be affixed or canceled by either I ,
boy other memberse The department waa required be played at the Municipal Field on today, and from the looks of the good Americans can unite as one cemetery. The Bradford High u {

e to another to complete the task within 90 Friday, 3:30: o'clock. The team team It looks as if he has been very in honoring the man who made School closed at noon Tuesday to party the maker or acceptor. ;, ;
them they are but
or the
\ family get sold at low rates to I days and Mr. Walters states that will be led in play by their new successful.The possible our nation and who won allow his classmates to attend the maker. primary duty Is upon the ,It{

tree or them. about 60 days was consumed in captain, Ben Sternberg. probable lineup for the the appellation of the Father of funeral. ;J,

Inters who need making the check 'Of Individual The following lineup for Starke the game will bet,, Sternberg and His Country This accident la the first to hap The statement says: ,ii;,
law the changes I .
Ider the state "Stamps are required on all ,
county records. will start the game: Inman at ends, Davis and Matheny Congressman Green Is in constant pen since consolidation of county :1 r, ,
\ made for nine grades prior bonds debentures certificates of
be
At the last Figures showing what each Individual Sternberg ____________ Right end tackles McMillan and Thomas touch with the United States schools started and pupils trans Indebtedness ,1: :
1932 ses- Issued In the
state ,
1, by ;
uly bill county had spent in the Matheny __________, Right tackle guards and Tyson at Center. The George Washington Bicentennial ported to central locations, and asa ,
| legislature a wasuced any firm or i
of tbe person corporation ;Wand
state road system will not be Brown ____?________ Right guard backfield will be composed of Lester Commission at Washington, and precaution. Superintendent Grits ; k
defer the new adop- on all Instruments and documents
i to
desire available for several days, Mr. Tyson _________________ Center Robinson at quarter, Mast and will serve as a tierce official be fla has had all windows of school
[ of the general however termed Issued +
by ,
because Walters stated, due to a rather McMillan ____________ Left guard Cox at halfbacks and Eldredge tween this commission and his buses screened with heavy wire. '\ I
where to cut down govern- sty corporutlon'.wlth interest coupons a t
It elaborate system of tabulations Davis ____________ Left Tackle Robinson at fullback. constituents, in the distribution of tk
But or In treed form
each
and home expenses regl on 1
t which the department Is using for Inman ________________ Left end This lineup places six of last 'plans and programs for the comIng "
hundred
[bit in the shuttle:101wv1 dollars of face value or :
: to Change each county. Robinson L. P. ________ Quarter year's first string,In the"opening George Washington Blcentennal Resolution Adopted tt\i fraction thereof lOc. One' each s'', '''f

Distribution of the one cent of; Mast :_______________ Right half game which Is Maltieny, Thomas, Celebration which/ begins on '
|lf recollection is that the bill The American Legion original Intme of certificates of
the seven cent state gasoline tax Cox __________________ Left half Sternberg Cox, and the two Rob February 22 and continues until 'Issued ""
1 the senate, although I can- tock In the state, whether ,
to the counties will be made on Robinson, E. _.______._ Fullback inson's. The balance of the lineup Thanksgiving Day, 1932. -
offhand Sen- organization
lay for certain : or re-organlzatlon or ,
the basis of county contribution to Season tickets may be secured have all seen action In some of As this United States Commission The Joner-Langford-While Pont' of
Pat Whltaker president profits or Interest In proporty ,
[ yesterday. "I was convinced state roads and unless the supreme by children for 100. All others $2. last year's games, but Davis who was' created by Congress for American, Legion, In regular sea- or accumulations by any corporalion ,

court sets aside this provisIon There will be seven games and was out of school last year has re the of inspiringand slon Wednesday night, panned' the fc '
express purpose
\and am now that there la no on each hundred dollars of
1 for changing all the books of the law, the figures just probably eight played on the home turned and won a place on the line. leading the people In honoringour following resolution which Is be face value or fraction thereof ten

compiled will be used for that pars Field this season. There are quite/a few boys on first president every congressman Ing adopted by posts all over the
L He tremendous cost Involved. ((100)) cents, Where certificates
pose. the squad this year who will grad- shares a personal Interest' in state: ,t s
l Is no time to add to the bur- are Issued without face value the

|IJI) the people. If we can god Annual, 1-Il Club Contest uate or are supposed to graduate the success of its work and ac Whereas, due to economic condl tax shall be teQ (lOc cents perabate
which will\ consist of the last member tlons in the United States in gen
1 (for the next few years and hievement. ; unless the actual value la In le
EXTICA POLICE MEANS{ feral ,
and the Plate of Florida there
To lie of the first squad of the ,
Ileld In
October year With the president of the United -
lie of ,
same books it will be a reI A1ILLAUE nAI E are residents and citizen of excesN! $10000 per share In
I to, the taxpayers and to past -- Tornadoes. I State as chairman, and Includ many which case It Is ten (lOc) cents on '
of who
far the Tornadoes have not our state out employment,
with several children in Council \\llllng to Increase Force The annual 4-H Club contest or So tag in its membership the Vice- desire work .. '- such turned dollars or fraction dt ;

J and who pass the books on If Cltl/ena Tax Increase achievement day in Union county had such an Impressive record to president, the speaker of the hOI II&. ; the number of thereof. (Exchange of stock to the
Favor; about. ended the first/ And, Whereas, un
They and
senators
brag 'four United States '
a oce to another. The school will be held on Saturday, October3rd of state will be same holder does not require a
of their fooball career un employed our '
season four the federal
ntlet, knowing conditions The city ell September at the school building In Lake I repreesntatives, greatly augmented during the next tamp where the original carried {
der Coach Tbii team did not
Ray. commission has been at work for
It tin old law held until busl- Butler. Our L. T. the stamp or not taxable.)
up 22nd, as per advertisement to hear county agent, could nix months by an overflow of people wag
win course people
gameof
wnJItlons improve a'nd.their Dyer, and home demonstration more than a year formulating Tall on [NaUts
f complaints on the 1931 assesmenta from other
seeking employment
of
rut this time to prevent the as fixed by equalizing board. agent, Miss Pearl Jordan both report not expect more than this out plans tor this gigantic tribute, and dtntes of) the Union. 4 A tax Is. required on all sales,
of of which
a bunch green oya, now has ready a full array of descriptive '
1 Ux expense is commend- After duly considering the same a larger 'enrollment of boys had never seen a football be historical literature Therefore, no It resolved by theJonesLangfordWhlta agreements to sell memorandum
some
Certainly the thousands of the assessments as fixed were ap and girls In their respective departments and pout of the sales, or deliveries of tranfers of
few
fore. The same squad with a for form of exercise
ilpitmns/ in Florida are bits proved and the fixing of the mill- this year with more and losses last with "a every popular American Legion of Starke Flur legal title to shares or certificated +
.'opposed to a change which Better project work done. came Up year or ceremony. of stock, etc., whether made upon ;
age was deferred to a later date.It and did not I Ida, that this punt urge and requo.tthat d
I force them to buy books they was brought to the attention This is an event that all club lose little but more two experience out of eleven, While the underlying aim of this those persons. firms and corporations or shown by the books of the corporation f,

lit' not have to buy If the same of the council[ that a number of the members look forward to each yearas games of the United States Commission has beento of this community employing or by assignment In blankor '

II,retained for the next few citizens feel that an extra night it Is then that they exhibit their ichoola tying quite in this a few section. Also strongest they have the people In every localIty labor give preference In by and delivery or by any paper r'
'
policeman should be employed. To products and finish the year's last arrange their own celebration such employment to bonu-flde residents l- agreement, or memorandum, etc., ,

\ the {last/ few days school au- do this It would require assessment work. The boys will display their won quite few games Lovell's season, for the George Washington Blcen and citizens of the state of at ten ((10c) cents on each hundred 1'Y
and under Coach supervision
tin, have been hearing from the sal corn exhibits and their pigs while tennlal, the Conunlsnlon offers for dollars of face value or fraction
of about one mill to pay to bring home this Florida, and that this post as far
patrons and definite is the will exhibit their they hope their guidance these plans and thereat a
a on
move ary. In view of same the council girls place record that school as possible requests persona, firms ;
T way to have the ,old law feels that it would be necessary to sewing, canning garden products season a of So any programs prepared by experts. It and corporations employing labor "Each promissory note, non-ne '

bed by the legislature If It have a petition from a majority of and other products of their work. would out be proud this afternoon,everybodycome and help Is to place the proper material In In other communities In our state gotiable note, written obligation/ ,
H! meet before in will be affair the hands of the proper organizations to pay money, assignment of salaries t +
July special the tax payers, so stating that they This an all-day as boost the Tornadoes through their to give preference to citizens of our r '..
>n. usual with judging in the forenoonand so that his district may have wages or other compensation
would be agreeable to having the state, when employing men so "1
law of the authorities have infl necessary assesment made to pay a program by the club memo first game. if Starke and Lake available the best possible ass s- that the unemployed of the state made, executed, delivered, h ;(.+

that the changes ought to befcd for same. bars in auditorium in afternoon. A It seems as to decide tance and literature for celebra of Florida may be taken care of sold, tranferred or assigned, In the + ;
been able
Butler have
over a period of years so The council adjourned to next splendid program has been arranged never tlon that Congressman Green hall first. state of Florida, and each renewal ''
athletlo of either \
'. make a heavy burden on tax- with demonstrations in various the supremacy pfferetl hla services to his constit of the same must carry a stamp f!
regular meeting. and the today And be It further resolved, that
team game
fa and uents. of at least ten ((10c) cents. Tax '
| patrons lighter. There e- lines of the 4-H work. :'j ; ;
settle matter resolution bo furnIshed '
I should help to the copies of this -
I no accurate estimate yesterof One of the finest features of the The Commission has prepared on this class of property la computed )!. 'f

[ the total cost to the state BLUE BUS'LISE HAS! I day Is the spread dinner under the quite a bit. This' mean It shouldbe appropriate material for school, the press for publication, and on multiples of $10000 and ;a, .'

ugh purchase of books for all NEW EQUIPMENT shade of the great trees on the a fast and scrappy game. and colleges, for churches, parti that copies of same commander be furnished dad the lOc tax does not change until ":' &
Kltrtwl
f.e elementary schools. Count- school campus. Everyone is re Sternhrir' Captulii otic and fraternal societies. It has the department 200.00 In value U reached. To illustrate \ ,'
of the
I $100,000 for Hillsborough, it The new buses for use by the quested to come, spend the day, Ben Sternberg was elected cap material on plays and pageants the department adjutant : On a note or other Instrument :' i\,\
1931 Tornado In a Florida of The American
tain of the team! Department ,
figured that the total would Blue Bus Line between Jacksonville bring lunch, and enjoy the day to material en the life of George under $20000 In value a .t t"i,
afternoon that similar or like
of Wednesday Legion, so
envy and Tampa were put Into ser gether. meeting player Washington, outlines of programs stamp tax of only ten ((100)) cents 0\1-\
Is senior this be taken other
Sternberg a action by pouts
julry by the Tribune revealed I vice Tuesday and officials of the Everyone Interested In the bet suggestions tor local commissions, may ls required; ori $20000 and up. to .1;
three In the state of Florida, which will "
settlement' among school pens line accompanied the first regular terment of the rural boys and girls year, having played years and other Interesting data. $300,00 twenty ((20c) cents on ,:'t i
the Ortho Matheny to a extent relieve the un
with regulars. great
against the weeding out ofsahlch I run of the new machines. Eightof and the 4-H club work that is beIng I elected e captain. Any of this material. Congressman employment situation of our own $30000 thirty ((30) cents, and so i.'t

are regarded as good. the buses were purchased at this done Is Invited to come, view I was i Green explained Is available citizens.IIH1IIYVAV. on. Thin tax does not apply to obligations ," ,

|'')"M quarters It was said that time and others will be added at a' the exhibits, and listen to the pro - to his constltutents who are Interested issued by public bodies '

flopped in Florida as obso- later date to enable the company gram. Visiting speakers will be FINAL FIGI'RES HIIOWHKVEN In any phase of this great such as board of public Instruction. t;

1 been 'to maintain its regular schedule. present.. CENT OAS TtX AS'IO'N i 1''
recently selected In undertaking. If they will write to NO. 28 !
r'Ute.i as up to date. Many 'Equipped with a high powered radio The contest in Bradford county YIELDS! LESS: KEVENl'E' him he will see to It that such material TO UK INCORPORATEDJ; / ; ) "On deeds. Instruments or writIng .n

a* bob up from time to timer I receiving set passengers on the will be held the third Saturday -, I will reach those desiring It. I SKINS PLANNED ALONO WAY whereby Interest In land. la

a leaching business, it was 'bus could listen in on musical and ill October at court house. The state of Florida collected "I count on a hearty response I granted, assigned transferred or '

aiDed, but generally speaking other programs as they ride. $$82,008 less revenue from it* 7 from all citizens of my district At a. meeting held at Keystone otherwise conveyed 1. ten (lOC) ;

II Pointed out that there has Features included in the new OAS C.UN91ItOYS/ I cents gasoline tax during August I said Congressman Green. "The Height Wednesday J. W. Camp cent on each hundred dollars, and "

f DO, change In the last seven ;buses are numerous, including six FOUK MILLION GALLONS than it did from its 6 cents tax people of this district will not let bell and }f. f(. Tanner were autho where the full amount of consideration "' }

9;* the English language, no i wheel Westinghouse air brakes, during July complete figures at I themselves be outdone by any other rized to take steps to Incorporate la not shown In the face the a

tea In arithmetic-certainly ,similar to those used on'a railway Consumption of gasoline during the comptroller office, revealed In the United States in this Highway No. 28 organization as a tax shall be !at the rate of ten (10)( 14

e\V'\ multiplication table-and locomotive, electric fans and forced August, first month of the new 7. Friday. tribute next year of 1 honor and non-profit association These two cents tor each hundred dollars or '

spelling Is much the same ex- ventilation system ice water cool cent gas tax showed a decrease in The first i month.,, the Increased gratitude to George Washington" men have been very active In the fractional part thereof shown) of ''". ,

that new words have crept ; ers, with Individual paper cups, Bradford county of 13,000 gallons gasoline tax was In effect total affairs of the association and have the consideration therefor. +.

:ceptable use-- uch aa rack- ornamental electric reading lamps from the previous month, while revenue from' the (levy dropped treat plans for carrying on further "Documentary stamps are now,, "

g. Also lt was said i refining chairs and hot water the state as a whole showed 'sales from 1777940.70 td $1,777,94070 FIVE SKNATOIIH PAY : work. on sale at the office of the comp'r''

|.for history, as taught In stet :heaters for tbe chilly days of the had fallen from 19,632,345 gallons and total consumption fel Itrom PAT VVIMTAKEIt VISIT Contracts for the erection and troller and will be on sale later '

lti ry schools, serve generally 'winter months. Jurlng July to 15,643,319 gallons In 19,632,345 gallons to 15,643.319 OL'KINO: WEEK-END .maintenance of highway signs through local agencies for the con '

u+rposes of the youngsters ex- I Special safety features includea August. Bradford county was gallons. pointing out, the advantages of venience of the publlef ." '
Wet to indicate when credited with 08,324 gallons for Some state officials were Inclinedto .- ,- .
.Prl"denu of the United signal system Tampa Sept. :eV.--Senator Pat highway No. 28 as a short route
a ana a few other things have the rear emergency exit >Is open August as compared with 81,247 blame the reduced use of motor Whitaker had as his week-end .o the East Coast, are expected to FEKTILIZEK 8IIOUHLVCIIEASE '

-brought up to date. electric signal for indication of 'gallons during July. fuel and the consequent loss of guests five colleaguf from the b.e made at a meeting next Thursday '"

'laIe hall been no suggestion of short circuits, safety glass thru- : Duval county led the state with revenue to the state to seasonal 1931 senate, beaded by Senator E. at Starke. A committee and --
In brake indices 2,101,719 galons, Dade and Hills- condition rather than the increased fertlllxer'V'V 1
h school book Jectlons, but and an electric showed M. Johns of Starke, nominated for representative of the out-dour A total of 8,032 tons of
t with 1,005,198and tax However, records
: following
aV board of education In tor. borough president in the holdover cacus. agency are to decide upon five won used in the state fur the month
In Florida
on the recommendations 1,736,018 gallons respectively. gasoline consumption Others In the party were Senators stragetlc points for the signs. of August, a* compared with 7- ,
PASSES sales of 317,508 fell off only 31,964 gallons from
CAMPBELL
Alachua reported
goveroor'a committee. But DR. E. T. Dell of Gainesville Clark of Mon- Another matter taken up was 512 tons '
"ban been AWAV tor August 470.597 for July to August last summer com ; during July, u shown by ,, y'
gallons
talk that outsiders and that J. E. Lumen appear before the '
tlcello; Harrison, of Palmetto report Issued by the inspection
with reduction of 3,986,028
for pared a
ougbt Baker 69,589 August
to use their Influence July: I the state road department meeting bureau
English;: of Lake City. department of
Campbel agriculture
halt former 46. gallons for the same, period this
,
of certain books s Dr. E. T. a 11.695 for July; Clay. August There was no political significance at West Palm Beach next month tf) For Bradford county 54 ton
# which Starke. but for the 61,416: Union, August summer. I were
of 820. July
to state'would physician the
the ; in the senatorial get-togeth request construction of concrete I used during August and 79 tons

;ta big total In dollars and past few years a resident of We- 39,798 July 44617.. ULANCHAKD'H HTORR ENTEIt- er, Senator Whltaker said. bridges between San Mate> during July. For August Alachua '
home
his
-PUblillherll.TltIOTIC. laka, passed away at FRONT PAINTED EDBurglar "Ju.it a few of tbe boys droppedIn and Bunnell. reported us* of 194 tons Baker <4 )'
several HTOKE
r .- Monday morning following to see me," he explained "Uy At the meeting Wednesday.. tons Clay 24 tons Union 54 ton*.

".\ weeks of illness. Interment was Starke Bakery has given the entered Blaachard'satom friend are merely paying social epresentatlve from Clay, Colum- This report does not cover any '
CORS Tuesday The
at the Welaka cemetery front of the store several coats o In Lawtey last Thursday :call, viewing the wonders of Florida' :.>la. Union, Bradford and Putnam sale lena than one ton. s.
ran afternoon at 2.00: o'clock. greatest city." counties It was stated.-PalatkaTimesHerald ". '. 's' yt
h Yewmm hatl on exhibition Dr. Campbell was a resident of white paint giving[ It a distinctive night/ and practically stripped the

e Bank of Starke three ears Starke for a number of years and setting from the red brick front store of Its stock, the loot being The five senator* held Important Sept. 18th. JUNIORVOODMEN {

'a said to come from the while here an active member of the of adjoining buildings. Another hauled away in a truck. Sheriff committee post In the last legis ,

t4ulk. one red one blue and Presbyterian church. He wa a uslness establishment that of the Fpperson and deputies Investigating lature. Senator Johns, nominee EttECTINO BUILDING Junior order No. 82, Woodmen

r ear WhJte. In spite of much loved citizen and hi* passing West End Market next to the Jhe robbery'located the stolen for president of the next regular' Circle wUl hold their regular meet- n

e 1,10 ring. the ears are aU ;'I* noted, with ,sorrow by his theatre, has had both the interior tuff near swamp south of Law .....OD. 1* one of the youngest men N: D. Walnwrlght erecting an .Lng <4 o'clock, Friday afternoon' in t f
and of the uy and a man was left to watch ,suet given the boaor. He and Ben office '
perfectly formed, and many friends here. and the front building gone building on Tempt avenue the Woodmen hall. The regular ,

IIIlQ COmPletelY with kenaeb. Mr. over,with white paint Sunday morning the deputy arrested :ator'Whltaker: served together In opposite the Courtesy Service Sta- order .buslnees. will be transacted -. 'q 1 ',

alated he baa gathered 'Mount Dora-Large orders received Union Robinson and a son boas, of representative well tloa for bU use and Ids BOO, N. D. and plan for a picnic discussed.Every .

'age amount of corns by Mount Dora Crate and Madison-Front' of Madlaon hotel as they appeared oa the scene and 'as In the senate, moving up theacme Walnwrlght. Jr.. local representative junior U urged to be at that

Supply Co. local crate mUL being repaired and repainted. placed both in the county jaiL year. of the Gulf Life Insurance Car meetlntf.fnrb ,

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COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKK. FLORIDA FRIDAY, :
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Let us remember that much depends > t a a
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upon how well we treat our

God, who is the source, and of our

worship and life "I was glad when

they said unto me, let us go up to
the of the Lord. Ill e 1' + aE

Thy word if a lamp unto my fed, and light unto my path.-Pialm 119:105.: horse any t r. '5, _

fiTftr tartltrt All religious teaching, doctrine oruaji BAPTIST 1
lumuuiu tY .. ';1.* creed 11 they are to have any claim s id a
the and devotion of the people must be in harmony with
love
pon loyalty Sunday school at 10 a. m. A. J.
4 the teachings of Jesus the Christ whose words fit I into every fold and crevice .
{ of the human heart and of whom it was said in John 7:46, "NEVER MAN Thomas, supt.WorBhlp .
'' SPAKE LIKE TillS MAN." at 11 a. m. and 7:30'p.m. : ,+ .4
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Pastor. of Bradford and Union counties ire Invited to use this department Morning subject: "How to Honor "

i ( for news of church activities, organizations and announce- the Lord In Our Giving." y y al li
' i : and no charge made-the only requirement
r. ; ments. Space freely given
Remember the change of time
I \ being that such Items reach this office before Wednesday' morning;, *
\ I 1 for the evening service. i
otherwise they cannot be handled for current Issue.
s
t y ,--- "I was glad when they said un-

to me, let us go into the house of ..S -
F preaching the word. '"' ,
the Lord." e s V
' 4 d SUNDAY SCHOOL I was not disobedient unto the > rr _
I'I'I Attend the services and invite
;V 1 I LESSON heavenly vision. others. "1'V
Be not deceived; God Is not
I Mid-week service Wed-
tttt 1 mocked; for whatsoever a man prayer \ {
nesday at 7:30: p. m. This will also -
soweth, that shall he also reap.
FOR SZITEMDEK 27, 1931 be our quarterly business meet- au
There Is no difference betweenthe $ +
Jew and the Greek; for the ing. 3'a la >'
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Review of Past Quarter same Lord over all Is rich unto all
statement Is con- Tampa--Regardless of hard
q The following that call upon hIm.
times, women In western Hlllsborougli -
from Arnold's Commentary
densed I am not ashamed of the gospelof
county are having installedall ,
on the lesson: Christ; for It Is the power of ;.t rpi
Power for a World Task. At the kinds of electric equipment,
l' God unto salvation, to everyonethat _-------------nnnn
time of Jesus's ascension he asked belleveth. Miss Allie Rush, Hlllsborough KING SENDS FOR BALD. v&AVV .

the disciples to remain In Jerusalem I have set thee to be a light of county demonstration agent re- WIN: Stanley Baldwin British
ports. Recently five electric refrigerators -
(: until the Holy Spirit came to the Gentiles, for salvation unto the Conservative leader, leaving homeof r
five electric stoves and
them according to his previous ends of the earth. J. C. C. Davidson chairman of
1 promises. They waited in prayer I Blessed are they which are per- one electric washing machine were Conservative, in London on his ,
; about ten days, then the Holy Spirit installed under the supervision of Palace
4 ; secuted for righteousness sake; for way to Buckingham to con-
came and attracted many persons theirs Is the kingdom of heaven. the home demonstration women in fer with other party leaders by. royal _________n __ ____nm_
to the place. Peter was inspired Brethren use not liberty for an western Hlllsborough county. Since command. "ME AND KIPLING": jack

l to preach. Three thousands persons occasion to, the flesh, but by love electricity Is now available on most __n_ ........__.n..__ ___ __nO ..____ Pearl, though he stole a chow
: were convicted and converted serve one another. of the farms of the county farm- can't even steal away from his

o* Apostolic Preaching-The apos If you study the principles here- ers wives have had installed elec- matinee fans to the roof of the
ties taught the people and preached '. tric churns, washers, irons, cook- Ziegfeld Theatre for a good cigar
in laid down, will be benefitted. .
you "
ntr his in
since the "Follies
the resurrection of Jesus. They ers and other equipment to make dqi 3 k success
worked miracles but credited all their work lighter. To the man who dances across "the
with Ziegfeld' "glorified a
I'' those works to the power of the WEEKLY SERMONETTR stage
woman i* definitely only a woman.
5, risen Christ. Their preaching wan DeFunlak Springs--Former Gov- .. ...M.mm' _". >_...._,

1 fearless and effective. All who Christ say, "Love Your Enemie ernor Sidney J. Catts stood cleared ,. 3X"f Atry :
; heard them recognized that they Luke 6:27-31.: But I say unto today of a charge of breaking Into : ,
had been with Jesus. a restaurant here and remov- w'P 4t hxf
you which hear, Love your enemies '
a't' The Generosity of the Early do good to them which hate ing fixtures from the building. The I"V

i Christians.-Such/great love and you. 28. Bless them that curse Walton county grand Jury returned ,,,
V' the a no bill in the case of the war ,
sympathy prevailed among you, and pray for them which despitefullY -
early Christians that many of them use you. 29. And unto time governor and five others arrested I

sold a part or all of their possessions I him that smlteth thee on the one in connection with the case. rid e

and put the proceeds Into a I cheek offer also the other; and A no bill, technically, means'evidence ,&' ; n ,

common treasury for the supply of : him that taketh away thy cloak -does not warrant an indict- ,'<':Y<,

the needy. forbid not to take thy coat also. ment. Catts, when arrested con- .'Z::: ;:.:t asks IIyAb"

Persecution and Its Results 30. Give to every man that asketh tended he had loaned the owner of ,",, .A.,'" ;Sti' {:;...".: .,
Those who could not overthrowStephen's the cafe money and that 'the fix- : . .t.t
of thee; and of him that taketh ".t x[ _
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strong preaching persecuted away thy goods ask them not tures were signed over as colla- ;'sY's i<',.;,, 'r.-i: :<< 4v
him. In his defense Stephen teral. He declared the loans were : ,, ,if}! .< ,
again. 31. And as ye would that : : .<'\ Rfa
exalted Jesus that his of sufficient amount to make him y < ,. .
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so highly men should do to you, do ye also to ; V." ,>};
persecutors charged Stephen with them likewise. the virtual owner of the place. V _ yP

blasphemy and stoned him to Prayer: Mine eyes are Thee, 0 : c.
death. Then followed a great persecution In Clermont-35 negroes set to '
God, the Lord: Thee is my .. led by Saul of Tarsus, trust. work by Trlmbey Properties on ": . I. .)
V against the. followers of Jesus Clearing 150 acres of land adjoining t,

Many were dirven out of Jerusalem DAILY BIBLE E\D1"NGS present 600-acre tract of tung >:. --" 4. """"' : _W.J..,, 1

but .. tree. V OUIMET'S GREAT COME-
they went everywhere "
made to local ...... -_._. ..............,;;:,.,;,,:
preaching Jesus 18 Cocoa-Repair BACK: : Francis Ouimet who won
An Honest Enquirer Converted Righteousness September Better is packing plants in preparation. for ARMY ACE BREAKS HAWKS' RECORD : Major James H. back the National Amateur Golf
A high officer from Ethiopia was Pays citrus season. Doolittle, ace of army pilots, in the plane in which he won the $15,000 Championshipwhich he held 17 I

l returning to Africa after going to a little with righteousness, than Key West-Cortez Cigar Fac- prize at winner of the Los Angeles to Cleveland Air Derby starting year ago, by defeating Jack West-
Jerusalem to God. He great revenues without right. tory resumed operations. Sept. 4th. Doolittle continued to New York breaking the record held land at Beverly Country, Club
worship wag Proverbs 16: 8.S..ptf'mber. by Capt. Frank Hawks, by 1 hour and 14 minutes. Chicago Sept. 5th.ALL .
seeking the way of salvation. The 10 .... -
spirit directed Philip to meet the
Love Destroys Fear.--iThere is
officer and Instruct him. The officer fear in love; but perfect love cast-

believed and was baptized. eth out fear; because fear hath"
_J Saul's Conversion and Commission. torment. He that feareth Is not r s+

I .-Pursuing his work of persecution made perfect in love.-1 John 4: kza"
Saul was suddenly brought +' t
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face to face with Jesus as the one 20 t rrr.5 w

persecuted. Saul fully surrenderedat God's Generosity September God, let all A 1r y y 4: t :. ik y
once and was converted. He was the people praise thee. Then shall 1 .,W

commissioned to preach among the the earth yield her increase; and w LX

Gentiles the gospel' he had perse God shall bless us. And all the ends t'I+V,>
cuted. Paul later said he obtained ;r t a?
of the earth shall fear him.-Psalm
mercy because he had been ignorant 67: 3-7.

in his persecutions. September 21 : "

Sowing and Reaping.' Any whop Value of a Good Name-A good

_ have succeeded in keeping from 'name Is rather to be'chosen than

;F falling Into faults are under obli- I great riches and loving favour -

gations to assist those who have rather than silver and gOld.prqverbs ,

', fallen. The strong to resist temp- 22: 1. + t
I tation must help bear the burdens September 23

t of those who are weak. But we A Cry of Distress-Save me, 0 I 3 ay }

all reap what we sow God cannot God by thy name, and Judge me

i be mocked. Sowing to the flesh In by thy strength. Hear my prayer fyS

habits and appetites reaps corrup- O God; give ear to the wordsof

tion.The my mouth.-Psalm 54 1.2.
l Gospel for all Men. Peter Sept. 23
_ and the rest of the disciples had The excellency of God's Name-
not yet understood that the gospel < w
O Lord our Lord, how excellent is -----
Intended for but the Jews. wny r, .. }p, yxp.xa a..a
was liR.9cV PAINTS
any thy name in all the earth! Who t 's't' "THE PERFECT

t The .Lord opened Peter's under hast set thy glory upon the heavens. >(1 .;...? BLONDE": McClelland Barclay, I

standing by giving him the visionof .-Psalm 8: 1.S"It..mbt'r. famous artist; sculptor and one) of
the collection of various animals 24 V 1 the most highly paid painters of
and saying to him "What God hath Forsake Evil-Thus salth the magazine cover, transfers to the DATED UP: Miss Virgin

cleansed, that call not thou com Lord of hosts; Turn ye now from tF$@ cover of a magazine the likenessof Gaboon. Handmaiden of th*

; mon." He was then directed to go your evil ways, and from your evil 4MWl V4, S r "the perfect blonde. for the Date Crop' in the Court of Agriculture I
to Gentile and iii benefit of million of readers She
Cornelius preachthe doings.-Zecharlah 1: 4. Lek with which the) Lo Angeles
gospel. is Virginia Ann Kaye, 21 year old.
The First Foreign Missionaries.A SAXTON of New York City. County Fair will open on Sept. 18th.

work of the Lord was _.. -- .
great go- '" '-.--- -
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at Antioch when the
ing on Holy Regular preaching services every f: '
U Spirit directed the Christians to first and third Sunday of each $ +k"sN*' r .
set apart Saul and Barnabas for month Rev. W. B. Christy of Law-

missionary work in other places. tey Methodist church in charge. A

They first visited Cyprus where cordial invitation extended the public

the chief government officer was U. ..
'' converted. >
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Turning to the Gentiles. -At PKESBYTEUIAN I

Antioch in Plsidla the Jews reject. ,. I'+t thV 1 rr'
ed the gospel, and the two missionaries Services Sunday, September 27, ; .:a eY R
t began preaching to the Gen a. follows:

tiles, many of whom believed. 10 a. m. Sunday school,, J. M. .. hr
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Homage and Persecution. At Truby Supt.
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ARMY'S NEWEST SKYSCRAPER : Capt. Sidney H. Necrotto.
Lystra man a was miraculously 11 a. m. Morning worship, sermon -
director: of the Anti-Air-Craft School at the National Rifle Matches, Camp
healed. At first the people were by'the pastor.
anti-aircraft machine
Perry. Ohio demonstrates the new type army fan
Inclined to worship Paul and Barn 6:30: p. m. Christian Endeavor. mount which permits the gun to be swung to any angle almost 1n t.aatJ.y..
p abas as gods Later they stoned Topic "What Our Society Plans to

Paul and left him for dead. Do this Year." Leader, Will Barnes.

Christianity at the Crossroads.The 7:30: p. m. Evening worship, song a.
- church at Jerusalem decid- and sermon.

I ed that it was not necessary for The Christian Endeavor will

the Gentiles to observe all the old have a business meeting. and social

y Jewish ceremonial law In order to Monday night, September 28, atthe

become Christians. Mitchell' cottage at Klngsley

The following are taken from Lake. A full attendance urged.Committee w

the Golden Texts of the Quarter: chairmen will please

+, Ye shall receive power, after bring written. reports.
that the Holy Ghost Is come upon Prayer meeting Wednesday at

you.We 8 p. m.
ought to obey God rather A cordial Invitation to all our

than m n.Remember. services extended to all. -
the words of the MECHANICAL
NORTH POLE
I : gfty.b; .hi.
in
h Lord Jesus, how he said It Is more METHODISTSunday newly developed machine w.aeroold
is used to seal in UM original ol
fresh qualities
blessed to give than to receive. -
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ft Be thou faithful unto depth, and school 10:00: a. m. DORADE'S SKIPPER- WELCOMED :" Cape Olin J. Stephens packaged stub at the Blrd*.y. Development Laboratories at Gk> *<-
This
i I will give thee a crown of tie :Morning sermon 11:00: a. m. Z3 (left), skipper of the yawl Dorade. with his brother Roderick Stephen. ter. new process. invented by CJaraco Bird eye. an Americas'AGE

__ t Therefore they that were scattered Evening sermon, 7:30: p. m. Jr, and lather Roderick Stephens Sr.. are welcomed to New York after scientist is sn adaptation 01 Nature'a own food a'efricentioa methods 111
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JBf\Y 'PTEMBER; SS, IM BRAPFOUD COUNT: TEIXSKArn.: sr.ti m 1'P' :; 'r'rtte'R'
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banker, will begin immediately the I county, Alabama, to connect with colony: Bratlslavia, which la being all Florida fruits, and then comes This will mean busi :
11 construction of a modern and attractive Mobile Bay.Daytona 1----
of Florida In Short Paragraphs residence on the lot adjoining r developed by two Pittsburgh con- Christmas and a new' year, practically over West$50,000 business a year Inter, and
News tho Elks' Club to the west.I Beach-Pete cerns In Hlllsborough county. A every month of which will Key
Craig, au-
extent. ;
Cecil Rhyne has been awarded the large group of settlers are expected furnish the provident Florida ests to a great y
tomobilo has settled his
:contract: which embraces all mod. racer score to arrive soon from West Virginia -: farmer something to eat from field, '
cm with the !law and 1* $233 richer. I Stuart--The busiest place in
;;;ss 01 the! ideal home. near Pittsburgh, to prepare grove and garden.
STATE NEWSTOLD Craig, held $In jail because he could their tract' for occupation In the Martin county today Is on Jupi- .
LIVE Arcadia not pay a $100 fine, persuaded police new settlement Palatka---W. T. T Geiger, pat. ter.Island where J. H. Yates, con- y
ion -K post American Leg- to release him to drive in a ent owner of a school desk, which tractor, has a force of from 30 to ,{
started preparations for the race. Borrowing a> worn-out rac- Lake City-Announcement made Is fast coming b,o.use in the mod- 60 men busy building a beautiful t tI
: annual state-wide rodeo. The com- ing machine, he won $333 in prizes, by Dr. H. C. Vondahm, commana- ern schoof room, announces that I. new winter home for Joseph Ver- i '
mittee .
BY OUR EXCHANGES Claude C.appointed is composed of paid his fine and secured his re ing officer of the United States arrangements have been completed -I ner Reed of New York. Mr. Reed .1 li
Jones, John
Wetherlng- lease. Veterans hospital here, that $20- with the Selden Lumber com- whose city residence Is on Park ;
... _ _ ton and Louis Griffith. The date
_._._-- 'T' "oW 000 will be expended for redecora- pany of Palatka for the manufac- Avenue and whose greatest Inter-
--Establishment' oft the rebuilding of the plant of the set vember is the 10 same and as 11. last year, No SarasotaSale of 10,000 acres ting the Interior of all buildings on ture and distribution. Mr. Geiger, est Is In the production of Shakes- ,s

TVort Pierce for the WlHiston Ice and Cold Storage f>t the 60,000 acre ,John Rlngllng the reservation. Bids ar ealso being a former school teacher, for twenty pearean plays, Is spending upwards '
distribution of company which was partly destroyed tract in the Sugar Bowl sectionof sought for a water filtering 3 years In Georgia designed, the of $150,000 to make his winter r'
!r and Isunder way. by fire here a few months St. Petersburg-What is claimed Sarasota county to a Chicago plant which will bring the total desk, which is adjustable to suit residence one of the.show places o
,\poducts_ I ago. to be the only open air beach syndicate is reported in a news expenditure this fall at the hospital every purpose including use in of the Hobe Sound winter colony.
school operated by public fundsin story appearing In the New York to $60,000., public libraries. -
sots Kinglin Bros. and Orlando--The United States department the state was opened at Pass- American of September 12. The -- Ocala-.Terry, the "two-headed 1
"" and Bailey combined cir- .i-Grille gulf of Mexico resort reported sale price was $225,000, Tampa---Reduced appropriation LaBelle--Work on the missinglink cooler" that has been creating so
,ave arrived in Sarasota over of agriculture, local bureau town. Pupils who attend are to or approximately $22.50 per acre by the 1931 legislature will not of the Ft. Myers-Palm Beach much comment In Ocala and
tlantlc Coast Line to go into of agricultural economics, have their classes on the beach be allowed to hamper or seriously highway is progressing well, says Gainesville, Is going to get his picture -
r quarters estimated production of Florida sands and beach costumes are the I St. Petersburg St. Petersburg curtail the work of the state boardof Engineer James Heath. The con- in Cartoonist Rlpley's famous
cotton for the current season at official uniform. will become the west coast health, and the board's activities vict crew of 40 to 80 men, also column. "Believe It Or Not. Last .
Jndo Contracts totaling: 36,000 bales compared with MOOOi I headquarters the Florida Motor will be continued as In the past, two drag lines are busy buildingthe Sunday Terry payed a visit to Sliver .t
I.p, were let by the Orange i bales ginned from crop of 1930. Macclenny Game Warden Ar Lines with the construction here (.and with practically the same per- grade. This nine mile stretch Springs, and a battery of news- p
board of commissioners foral I thur Hall of Lake City, and I. D. within the next six weeks of an sonnel. This decision was announced from LaBelle to the Lee county paper and movie cameras greeted ,;;.
for construction of the Mlam--The world's largest am- Stone of Sanderson placed boundaries elaborate union bus station at 108- as the result of a council of the line when finished will connectthe him. Terry proved to be a good 1
,od.Winter Garden road. phibian plane the S-40, able to care about the hunting reserve 110 Central avenue and the establishment board here with Dr. H. Mason cross state highway from the poser and ate with two mouths atone ;,; 1 4
ry 40 '''passengers, has just been and wild animal breeding groundsin of the company's district Smith, president, presiding. Gulf of Mexico to the Atlantic time performing other stunts <, ....1
Plans for the completed at Bridgeport, Conn. It the Osecola National for the cameramen without know-
,ter Haven forest. The shops at Third avenue and Ocean. At the present rate of I
annual orange festival to will be put into service between tract embraces approximately 75- Seventeenth street'north.Jacksonville Chattahoochee -- The River progress the grade will be ready Ing what It was all about. A picture f
Id here January 26 to 30 in- Miami, Fla., and Cristobal, In the 000 acres of land, in which there is Junctlon-Chattahoochee road that for the hard surfacing by January was made of this amphibian I.;
e are under way In charge of Panama Canal Zone. only two living tenants. -An alligator farm has been under construction for 1. freak and will be sent to Mr. Rip- i ,'f

Guthrle, manager. -- Jacksonville a few days ago received the past few months is now vir- ley. r,1' ;,
St. Petersburg-This city's public Tarpon Springs-Angelo Vara- a shipment of more than tually completed and Is opened to Perry-:The bridge over the Su- "" .
tona BeachEarl W. Brown utilities, Including gas plant valx, is said by locaL friends to 1500 baby altgators collected by ,all traffic. The road was constructed wannee River between Hamiltonand Panama City-W. C. Adams opened :
,d was named manager of a and water system and the city have made one of the deepest dives hunters in'South Florida most of I by the Ballenger Con- Suwannee counties has been new store to public. \
lg'exhibit to be entered at street car lines, showed a surplusof ever made without a diving suit them to be forwarded to a California struction Company of Lakeland, thrown open to the public. This Gulf Power Co. extending Its ,
World's Fair in Chicago In $496,510 on June 30 of this when he was employed in the zoo. Several thousand more I under the supervision of Mr. Chas. completes an important link in the lines from St. Andrews to West '
year, as against a deficit of $95- sponge industry here. He Is said are expected soon, for the baby alligator -|M. Nolan, and Is Considered! a good :short cut to South Florida over Bay bridge, distance of approximately T "
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475 three years earlier. by them to have dived 300 feet trade in the north and as road for its class of construction. road No. 50. Local citizens have two miles.
;,pa--Bank loans aggregat- ,with nothing but a weight to car- far away as Germany. I a movement on foot to ask that Lake Worth--Clean-up cam- tl ,'
,27,000 against anticipatedevenue Clearwater-A two week residence ry him downward. -.- Gainesville During the past the structure be named Stephen paign Inaugurated by city commission 5'
were authorized in rule requiring tourist chil- Tampa-Thomas C. Hammondof :season Florida nurserymen produced Foster Bridge an a memorial to the to provide labor for unemployed. N
,tlons adopted by the board often dren to be In Florida for at least Miami-Seminole Indians have: Tampa, three times presidentof approximately 129,000,000 composer of "Way Down on the ;}, a;
14 days before they can be enrolled adopted another of the white I the Florida Association of Real 'I narcissus bulbs, according to inspection Suwannee River" The structure Is i .
was placed In effect in all Pinel- man's weapons-the ballot. Chief Estate Boards, announced his can- records Just announced by a one-span steel bridge, 160 feet
stvlew- The county commls- las county schools by the county Cory Osceola, one armed chief tian I didacy for governor of Florida.He J. C. Goodwin, nursery Inspector long, 461 1-2 feet",across and 20 ft. i COFFINS & CASKETS
i of Orange county reduced board of public instruction. of thi tribe in southeast Florida, announced a platform calling with the state plant board. Accord- wide. And a Full Line of U' S
i mlllage 37 1-2 mills, which marshaled his forces at the court for establishment of eight boardsto Ing to the best figures available
s to be the largest tax cut I Dunedin Announcement was house In groups. Some were with- help solve problems which a this Is about 45 per cent of the Key West--Agreement has been Undertaker! SuppliesAUTUIOlUf.lU ;
ounce in the state. i made by officials of the Florida ered patriarchs, others young new governor must face in takingover total production in the United made whereby Norman Thompson f
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Citrus Machinery company of the braves. direction of slate affairs States A year ago Florida's pro- will head a large company to be IIRAItHRAlway
:melon is on display In Lees- packing equipment for the new Chipley-Fire supposed to have Gainesville-.According to Dr. supplying shark hides for .ervlr. .. the Inwvat .rl.**.. '
Just goes to show that whenr plant of the Polk County Citrus originated In the dry kiln of the B. V. Christensen the Florida Clearwater- resolution asking the trade, says the KeyWest Star, Mprrlal attention.to ..'..r... '', .
watermelons are raised sub-exchange at Davenport., Hughes sawmill two miles from College of Pharmacy at Gaines- the United States government to The Ocean Leather .Corporation, ord.r."IUIIIITI"III"n 15, !
county will raise them. here broke out and for 12 hours ville, ours ia probably the best Include in the new $150,000 Clearwater / Newark, N. J., will buy all of the : ICM ALMItRDEWITT :
St. Petersburg-That there has all efforts of a volunteer bucket state In the union for the production post office building mifftc- hides that can be furnished, the C. JONES .t fl ,
Petersburg-Big increases in been during this year including Its brigade to check It were futile. of spearment. Two crops a ient space for various federal offices. Star adds Mr. Thompson figures .TAHKM. FLORIDA if
mes from gas and water quiet summer season, a distinct im- Nearly two million feet of lum- year with an average of 30 pounds Including those of Immigration that his company should f be able ;'
a operated by the city, coverhe provement In business conditionsIn ber were destroyed together with I of oil to the acre can be produced. agriculture, referee' bank- to supply 1000 hides a month, and f'
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> month of August, are said St. Petersburg is a matter of the dry kiln and other equipment. .The percentage of caroone, the ruptcy, customs and,Internal reve .---... ..> '
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licate earlier return of many knowledge to our people in ).he 'taste constituent, is: higher than nue, waif adopted by the city com- (0-----------
luiti to this city. best position to Judge. I Live Oak--Officers and directors elsewhere. I misHloners and by the board of A CO K DIAL '
of the Florida Press association governors of the chamber of commerce -
rpm Springs-Many Tarpon/ ]MiamiMore than 700 workmen at Lake Wales session set the Davenport -- The Tropical 1 .
g p business places report 1m- employed by 18 different contract- I annual meeting of the association Swrets, Inc., have been busy this INVITATIONis
"4 business conditions as ing firms of Miami, are busily en- for March 18 and 19 at Live Oak. week preparing an order for 1250 Gainesville -.- In the research
[mol with the same periodyear gaged at Hialeah Park, north of' Live Oak, Lake City, Hollywood, pounds of bulk Sun Dial citrus work of the Florida state museum i
extended the
to of
and also that August Miami, in the work of construct Winter Park, Marianna and Lake can ly. The candy is being shippedto ai> conducted by Director T: Van ; poultry producers
lei better than July. ing the new racing plant of the: Wales were contestants for the the factory of the Bradley Hynlngton compiling faunal lists Bradford County and surrounding "terriv -
Miami Jockey'club. meeting. Smith company at New Haven, of the state, they have discovered tory to attend a poultry meeting at- y1 '
J' Viest- -Congress will au- Conn., for distribution by that many things of more than usual
e establishment of the Ever- Hollywood-The extensive cam- Miami--The New Guinea butter- company. The shipments are go- Interest. Since starting this surveyof '
la.Vitlonal Park at its next paign of the Hollywood Zeach Ho- vine, a squash, like plant that Ing forward In two lots by express. the animal life of Florida In KEYSTONE HEIGHTS ?
loo.' Ruth Bryan 'Owen, con- tel, to make Hollywood the "Con- grows the shape of a club and to 1014) they have discovered 11 species ;
(woman from this district be- vention City," is meeting with remarkable the length of four or five feet, Is St. Augustine- Big hauls of fish new to science, animals never "'
l success and already nine the largest fruit to be Imported to close in shore on local beaches are before observed and recognized by 8 p. m. September 29th, (Tuesday)
national and state conventionshave Florida for cultivation. The plantIs being reported. Schools of mulletare any scientist.
keland- -The Lakeland High- been secured for Hollywood a native of British Honduras, reported so clone In and so (Cool Pavilion) ;
i Citrus Growers association this coming season. although grown in New Guinea. plentiful that it Is almost possible/ Tampa- Represenatlves of the .
ft i splendid record last season. One seed will yield about 60 fruit. to catch them with the bare hands. Valhalla Society, a national or- The principal speaker will be
btrs have had returned to West Palm Beach The Mc- Some of the fishermen are said to gaznlzntlon of Danish residents of "i
i (JO.000 In rebates in consece Williams Dredging Company, New DeLand-DeLand will compete have been using small cast nets, the United States, conferred with MR. GEO. R. MURPHY :,
of lower packing charges. Orleans, was announced as the with other Florida cities for the and taking five or six fish at a the agricultural committee of the
low bidder on the first unit in con- Federal fish hatchery which, according cast. Tampa Chamber of Commerce on (Poultry experimental dept. Ralston-
,aml- Names of more than nection with the federal govern- to Information received the establishment on a large tract Purina Company)
I 0()voters have been registered ment's $9,000,000 navigation and here, will be constructed at some Lakeland- series of brief near Tampa of C Danish colony
w general election books In flood control project in the Lake point within the state in the speeches by prominent Lakeland Plans were outlined for develop- Rc''lreaIlnlefltg-Anufsenlents-IVortll ,'
e county for the pari-mutuel Okeechobee region course of apprixmately $60,000, E. leaders, Including Congressman ment of the tract as small vege- J While Instruction '
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Ion to be held Tuesday, Oc- W. Brown, secretary of the local Herbert J. Drane, featured the ex- tabltf, fruit, dairy and poultry ,
r 20. Winter Haven-Cull oranges, chamber of commerce said today. ercises which were held at Southern farms to be Hold on long and, easy INVITK hum NKHIIIIIOII
which have been put to various College to begin the institu terms to Danish families.
rt Pierce--A ten acre gladlola usages in recent years, now havea Pensacola-Within a few days, tlor.'s forty-sixth year. The Rev. BRADFORD COUNTY FARMERS :
1 Is to be established at Forte new and important function- it is stated, practically all rights- F. Watt Smith, presiding elder of Milton--The blueberry season Is
by the Grand Island Nur- that of putting feathers and of-way for the western end of the the Bartow district? was the only just about,over, but there are still SUPPLY COMPANY 'ry
I of Eustls and the firm's wefght and Juicy meat on the.bonesof Mobile-Pensacola Canal will have out 'of town leader to speak. thousands of pounds of grapes to
re glad-growing operations baby chicks, as a manufacturedchick been obtained. When all are in .. be marketed, while the pear crop Keller Feeds, Heller Service Starke, Fla.S. .
-'erred here from Umatilla. food. hand the engineering corps will Tampa-.-The first two families Is just beginning to come onto the P. Cheatham Sub Dealer Lawtey Fla.
prepare specifications for the Inland arrived a few days ago to settle In market. Following the pears, will ,
jllaton- -Work has begun on Marianna-W. H. Nobles, local waterway through Baldwin the recently established Slovakian come the sat umas, the finest of ...._--,- --------------0
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sick or too old and feeble; many are alleviation of human wretchedness, givEvery person in this city who has a job is I '


hungry, helpless littlechildren., All are. ing help where it is most needed and demorally obligated to contribute some- f rr I


victims of ill fortune through no fault of served. The scope of its work is vast. thing ,, ;J a


their own. They cannot fight the rigors Besides providing food shelter and Help this year as never before. The re,1. ,


of bitter cold winter weather without clothing for these unfortunates it ,decent depression is taking its terrible toll. P'


help from everyone of us through the votes itself to character building crime With the approach of cold weather the


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I I'I'I I' 1 :MRS.ENTERTAINS JVNICH AT SMITH: ARID E Cut In School EVERGREEN And the Worst is Yet to Come- IN I\IE\IOUi.\: '

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.: 1\1\ ,j ,. l -- Mr... F. A. Ro.lr. Cor. Whereas God ,? nand .,
: Ono of the lovely parties of the nlbl46
I 110":' week was the bridge party of Wed- wisdom ha tak t rrolllilllo
\t' \ di Revenue Will Go Ii IiI IiI us one of
'' } nesday afternoon given by Mrs. Mrs. J. S. Rosier spent Sunday our belflved III
0 11 ,' Junius Smith'! at her home. with her niece. Mrs. Tim Blackburnat Captain Chas. S 11111
j' i 1' f I KOONS-STKICKI..XNDUKUOI.NO The living room which was used Lawtey. eral months prIor 'OJ "h tor
l "'I.' SOLEMNIZED for entertaining presented a party Some CountiesThose J. H. Reynolds spent a few days I had been a men patient'III
j i'i''t''t'I ll SEPTEMBER 12TII like atmosphere with its bowls I.last week here with his sister, Mrs. l Therefore be It resolved/ lUtr!
' and vases filled witH autumn flow Scheme Rosier. First that In th,
ta I., f In a beautiful and very tmpres ers of mauve and gold and floor Cloning Before Eight Months Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Rosier and Comrade Chas S HII, passinr tile
""t '0'': 111' slue i ceremony at 6 o'clock: Saturday baskets holding masses of the golden Term Will Suffer daughter spent Sunday with Mr. Langford-Whlte P'1I!. J*
; blossoms. The color scheme and Mra. Marion Carter. American Legion ha'Lt 5601 '
of herJ1n ,
t'!' : :; evening at the home -
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''it ' mother Mrs George E. Koona, on was carried out in detail in the tal Rural schools In Florida, be they Mr. and Mrst ,Will Kersey at- that sadden UI
i .jr ,( l :i '. ; Oak street Miss Pearl Koons accomplished lies which were ornamented with white or negro, which close before tended the meeting held at Union ' 2 leaves a vacancy hard ,\0 heals
i !fn,; I young woman of this diminutive allhouttes the wrapping the minimum eight months term is Friday Saturday and Sunday. Second that in his hUkr
,o I ,1 !: ''J city was married to Sidney F of the prizes and in the ice course out will reduce the amount of state Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Rosier and \ Post has lost a faithful PIU8IDr',
:' ii' it :!JV ': Strickland'popular young businessman which was served after four progressions I school funds allotted to that coun- children,. spent Sunday with Mr. f and his family, devoted neo:
," r ,. of Ocala of the game. ty', according to W. 'S. Cawthon, and Mrs. Henry Dunn. ,. i ThIrd, to his, family father
. .f ,; 'i The living room, where the ceremony The high score prize went to state superintendent of public in- Mrs. R. S. Rosier and children \ h our tender sympathy With We nl t
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, ' 4t ? took place was attractive Mrs. Joe Wilson and low to Mrs. struction.Mr. returned Monday after spending a \ ,, lid j asurancA that for
, l ik"I rl",' .j y with< pink and white predominat J. W. Andrews Jr. Cawthon Is touting the state few days in Kissimmee and Dover jf has passed into ahboJ

,; : Ii 1:, I,. -;, Ing in:\ the decorations. The mantel The guests were: Mrs. Herbert and personally visiting county visiting her sisters, Mesdames A. pier field of experience, IIIId
,, '; was banked with fern, intermingled Ritch Mrs. Nat Sternberg, Miss school superintendents In order to E. Thompson and W. L. Arm- Fourth, that a copy
-: t ..j l with white and pink roses Mable Weller, Mrs. J. W. Andrews, make the matter plain so there willie strong. resolutions be forwarded of ,
l', Jr., Mrs. O. L. Mrs. Julian Mrs. Everett Futch spent Friday family, and to
1., 'I : Tall palms and baskets of butterIj'11 Haynes. no misunderstanding later on, a copy
:t ,ft.i\ i 'i r fj', fly lilies flanked the aides of the 7anova, Mrs. Edward Burns, Mrs ''be' said Monday.In with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Bradford County Telegraph sent to I

I p + fireplace. Floor baskets of pink and Joseph Wilson, Mrs. R. F. Demo- a number of counties more Kite near Lawtey.R. the Union County Times
"Ij'11\ '. ; S j'I white roses placed about the rest Mrs. M. L. Granger Mrs. Ma- especially in the north and north- S. Rosier was a visitor to be transcribed on the per thaih
fJ \ } : rooms, completed the decorations. ceo Hicks, and Mrs. Frank Brewer western tier, rural schools are Starke Saturday. records of the Jopea
: j\\ u) : ,i The same .motif was used In the of Waldo. mostly one-teacher units for negroes -' M,'. and Mrs J. Q. Rosier i were -- White Post No. 86.n -Iang |
dining room where refreshments -- which have never been con- visiting her father Mr. John.Sappin R. F. 'VHrs''
t i '' i' were served following the cere- BAPTIST W. M. 8. ducted longer Chan three to five Starke Saturday, who baa been -it 1 -1 -_ W. Coleman' Chal,
TO ill in the Marr for ,the ,
mony. MEET months. The last legislature; hospital S SL D. T McGlH
= ComnalGeorgetoebrath
;+ r# Rev. T. W. Raymond of the Pres- which appropriated $7,500,000 for past few weeks-i;it = .
byterian church, pastor of the The regular business and program maintaining the schools next year, B. E. Rosier and.! Everett Futch p I
s bride, heard the vows which were meeting of the Baptist W. also provided a minimum school spent Sunday with Mr. Charlie held here October let to ,
M. S. will be held Monday afternoon of Carter at Heilbronn. flcial mark
spoken before number of relatives term eight months for all opening Of new AUat
?1" and close friends. The ring at 4 o'clock' at the church. schools. School l boards and county Coastal highway abort cut ft,
ceremony was used. All members are urged to be present superintendents are telling Mr Charleston S. C via Cooper RI\
l A program of nuptial music was I as important business in to be Cawthon that they will be powerless RailroadBoardFaces bridge to Georgetown and Con\
..1 i rendered by Mrs. Gordon Alderman transacted. to prevent many of these Live Oak- -Bridge over Sue,
:f 6 sister of the bride pianist, ' schools from cloning after the first nee river between lIamiltob!!
and Mrs. J. L. D. Edwards, soloist CONTRACT BRIDOE I'AKTY of the year when parents take their ProblemWeight I ,1p." _... Clll'r r C>>: | r Suwannee counties, opened top
Before the entrance of the bridal children out of school and put them "IIc.
party Mrs. Alderman played Mac- to work In the field
Fall flowers were used in decorating PLANTING WINTER. COVEllcnOI"S els per acre the first year.,
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Dowell'a "To a Wild Rose also Mr. Cawthon admits that the
the home of Mrs. W. M. TO BE INCREASEDThe The cost Is small considering the
: & t accompanied Mrs. Edwards when compulsory school attendance law of Loaded Truck On
4 Wainwright Thursday afternoon, real value to the land. The II. E. LAGEKO.KEV
I; she sang "I Love You Truly" by when she entertained III Inadequate to cope with the situation Wooden( Bridge/ to Be coop-
with two ta- acreage planted to winter erative orders the farmers have
Carrie Jacobs-Bond. and there is DeterminedHow
r I bles of contract a strong Surveylng-Lt'\'ellnr
Lohengrin's Wedding March was bridge. robabillty> of boards'being unable cover crops of Austrian winter already purchased 1,600 pounds of
When the scores were totaled, seed in the two countries MappingStarke
for this
t played as the bride and groom entered for to conduct all their schools as the much weight a loaded truck I peas will be considerably increased
r; r prize high score was awarded law with this year through ''the efforts of fall planting at a considerable sav- Florida
together, taking their places Mrs. A. Z. Adklns. new directs. a gross weight of 12 tons
before the minister. During the The State money which will be apportioned places on a small wooden bridge County Agent Dyer: He has been ing. Other orders will be placed
ceremony "Venetian Love Song"on ice following players enjoyedan to the counties on a with a 10-ton capacity when the pushing this project to get every about the first of October. Those
the piano added to the imprenstveness. Mrs. A.course: Mrs. E M. Johns teacher unit plan will be reducedso truck Is twice the length of the farmer possible to' put in at least a wishing to get seed this fall should -
Z"Adklns. Mrs T. B. Mas-
Mendelssohn's much bridge was in Talla- few acres this year. get In touch with Mr. Dyer.
Wedding sie Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mrs. Ed- every time a unit drops being argued I
March when the ceremony was ward Bums, Mrs. D. T. Clark, of out Mr. Cawthon stated, and it aassee Friday. e: Too much time Is spent In robbing 666
concluded was rendered as the re- Miami and Mrs. R. W. Martin. is now conservatively estimated I Tho debate featured a public I the soil of even the little vegetation -
cessional.The that each unit will receive approx- hearing before the Florida railroad that usually remains on it NOTICE OF SALE FOR STORAGE Llq1TII on TAHI.ETS
bride was becomingly dress- imately $621. It has been doubt. commission on the question of revising in fall- says Mr. Dyer and the CHARGES uniform m llrmlm-he or \rnnliblminute
eU In an early fall model of dark Gainesville-The release in Dade ful, Mr. Cawthon said, that collections rules 'regulations for farmers must take more thought -.--- 80 da,.. and .check. rhrk: III.,nrl.('''Id 1.1 tht tlf
brown, bolero jacket effect/ com- county of more than 700 pheasantsby of motor vehicle license fees operation of motor carriers. Officials I to restoring this wasted humus. The undersigned will sell at public da,... I ih
bined with blonde, has and accessories a Miami chapter of the Izaak and other monies going to school of the state,' road department I This can best be done by growing auction for cash to the highest 668 Salve for Baby's Cold.I
harmonizing. She wore a cor- Walton league, anda number of fund will be sufficient to meet the outlined recommendations designed certain legume crops that gather bidder certain household goods now
'r sage bouquet of sweetheart roses pheasants In Santa,Hosa county by appropriation of seven and a half they said to protect the road I plant food from the air and storeon ,stored in the Hull building cor-
and valley lilies./ sportsmen of that section, as well million dollars. The deficit, If any and bridge system., > the plant and on the roots to ner of Call street and North
; After congratulations refreshments as the distribution of approximately will be aided by the saving of $621 Road engineers said trucks load- teed the succeeding crops and to 'Thompson street, Starke, Fla., on
of pink Ice cream moulded 1000 eggs from the flock of which will be affected for every ed to the maximum allowed by hold the moisture.. the 10th day of October at 10 a. m
heart shape, and Individual cakes pheasants at the state game farm month that each teaching unit in present state law were too heavy This winter's cover crop has Good sold as the property of John
iced in white with rose decorations at Raiford, will. It Is hoped giveto the several counties fails to oper- for( many small. wooden bridges. shown a marked difference! in the T. Hutton whose last known ad-
1 were served. the open fields of Florida an- Truck operators contended this succeeding crops. The Increase the dress Is Goshen Indiana.

'd?" N Mr. and Mrs. Strickland left soon other choice species of the game ate.The effect of the plan will be to was not true since, they said, the first year Is usually doubled In (Signed) J. M. ALVAREZN
h after for a motor trip over the bird.Reports from Santa Rosa encourage an eight months' mini- trucks are twice .the length of the 'the corn yield. Demonstration in : D. WAINWRIGHT ;n t1C
state. Upon their return they will county as to results from pheasant mum term for all schools, Mr.\ bridges and all/ the># ,load,weight Is Union and'Bradford counties have I Executors of the estate of J.
make their home at 921 East Wy- raising are.very favorable. A number Cawthon said,,because if school' not placed,on tbe.epans at the onetime Increased corn. as high as 22 bush- W. Alvarez deceased. 8252t.CARL'S .

omina street Ocala where the of blrdawere, placed in the should. close I state funds.< .nJtg t L, - - - - -
groom Is engaged In business. woods In that'County''')last spring, that school .will immediately stop The road 'department officials

The bride has always lived in and it Is stated they are multiplyIng and the county_receipts, of.state said. they had never considered
Palmetto and) has a wide circle of and doing nIcely. The ." their
phQ&a'- Money reduces.: In proportion., department, had police pow- .
friends here who regret that hermarriage ,ant Is a fine bird much'larger than,I ''The state 'superintendent said ,ers over the highways but counsel -
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L4, will take her to a distant the quail.St. yesterday that annual reports had for the railroad commission

yl -'S city 10 reside, she is the : been receivedfrom 66 counties.. abated ,the road department does
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daughter of; the late George E. Petersburg Formation of"a 'The only missing county Is Jack- have such authority. I fJ
Kkxms: anit'Mr; Koons.who' have permanent county-wide commIt- son, which is now' Ive weeks over- e IEDlIPYourBos
long been'outstanding citizens of tee representing Plnnellas Chambers due. When the 'county superintendent's t Cash CornerPhone
this city. She Is a talented musician of Commerce to support a report is received It will construction Fort Myers-Permits Isued for
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and served her church campaign for the '' addition to First
and ,'purchase of be possible for the state depart-
community well In this Weedon's Island .Methodist church
capacity. north of this ment of educatiolt to distribute
t, Mrs. Strickland taught in the city with county funds, for estab- about $262,000 state school money .Chlpley-New high'' school build 45 Starke, Fla.

primary school of the. city, since lishment of DeSoto National Park, now in the. treasury for-1' it will ing rapidly being'.-completed. We DeliverSPECIALS
her graduation ''from the high resulted from a meeting here. W. then be possible to figure exactly
yV school In 1923. 1... Straub was made chairman and the number cf units In the state 3W t
; Mr. Strickland Is 'native of W. M. Deaderlck Chamber of Com- and the amount of '
each Is I
money
Starke the son of Mr: and Mrs. A. merce official/ secretary "Hlstor- to receive, ...... LOR'IDA.TH'EATItE g. L
i S. trlckland.. He is an exemplary lane say that the Island site was ..
young man and quite popular. the landing place of DeSoto and 'port Myar_Bulldtaia"eSm 6 vt'/::
He has been connected with the other early explorers: who visited permits ,
Standard Oil Company in Ocala for Tampa Bay. Shell mounds there} fPanama August to- GAINESVILLE FLA..

s 1, the past four years. have yielded pottery and Indian .
---- \ Colonial Coffee Ik26c
The popularity of this young bones. Previous object! 'city-Ideal Millinery Cup
't couple was Shown In the beautiful Clearwater !.>"* ...6& bfmonc Shop. ml''>;ved to new store building Pro. 'Week Sept. 25th ,
-ay of lovely wedding and lera'.tfl Upending reS jtl"avenue.IY completed on Harrison I
l e. ....4... ? gifts fhOll has been I I : ? I Guaranteed Highest Quality !L-
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Herald, 'onrleele,. Palmetto I ow"com:: The plan la to: fcYC&enthe 1- I TODAY tf, ....
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.'A TI' the sound from Camp.Walton ai vanhb
A'dellghUu* promised by Dr. J. H. Beal. are go- Dull. sea appearances defective featullare
affair of Wednesday right along according to schedule as !
evening If" Ing ALL TALKING Lard Compound 8c under the lureolcbewitching (
y by :lit.a a bridge party given and will be "all set" for the STARKE "YoUng As' You Feel" forgotten beauty Instantly rd'
.A .\"''' and Mrs. Junius Smith to big crowds next summer. Framework dered. Beneficial in correctJtl
Jpinber of their friends at their of the 73-foot: observation! SATURDAY- flabbiness freckles, snobs
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Pure Ground Coffee f lb. -1 lieI ,
f .me. tower is well under way. Construction Friday and Saturday I I OOURAUD
The lower floor of the home was of the swimming pool
a open,ensulte and prettily decorated will follow very soon after the tower Nights""Shiumates" "Murder b'tile Clock"with' i -- ..... - - - -,_.- - --- - -
with woods flowers in colorful au- Is completed. Next to be built CREAMAL
tumn shades. A color scheme of will be additional bath house fa I
purple and gold predominated In 'cilities and an auditorium. Hotel SPECIALALL whit.. n.KBeautiful.... ....11.1 ahraF
all the arrangements. facilities will also be provided aa William Boyd, Lillian
: Mrs. C, A. Knight and Dr. R. W I well as apartments and cottagesfor
Martin were awarded prizes for those who spend the summer TashmanMonday
holding high scores. Prizes for i at the resort. Dr. Beal has great FOR 69c F
low scores went to Mrs. D. A. I faith in the future of Okaloosa Monday & Tuesday"SKIPPY" ., w

montleth and Judge A. Z;....\dktns.d. I county and Is going to construct & TuesdayAn 1 Bar Palmolive Soap __________ lOc
. At the close of the evening a I on Santa Rosa Island one of the
4. salad course was enjoyed by the finest amusement and bathing re- 1 pkg. Super Suds ___ ___________ We
guests, who follows: sorts in Florida. American Tragedy
were as 10 Bars
t Mr. and Mrs. N. Sternberg Mr.I WithPhillip'llolmes Octagon Soap ______--- 50c

and'Mrs. H. C. Wall, Mr. and Mrs. Panama Clty-.Large warehouse Western Electric Sound System. 2 pkgs. Octagon Powders ____ ___ lOc
k C. A.' Knight, Judge and Mrs. A. recently completed at paper mill There III none better. I 1 Cleanser
}: Z. Adkins, Mr. and Mrs. D. A. now being used In conjunction with pkg. __ _ n_ _ 5c

Montieth and Dr. and Mrs. R. W. main building of plant for storing PIUCKS; ISo & 40oLADY'S 1-10 qt. double Galvanized Bucket 30e ,'i -
Martin. products of mill. .1 i 1VE1)NE.DAl'Constance'

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e f The Intermediate O. A.'s met at FREE TICKET ,
'a i the,home of Mrs. W. J. Epperson /O/i7V TO LOVE" soft. velvety \0 the toad. Jt
{' , Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock.: 24 Ibs. Self-rising Flour48c with an alluring, fascists'pearance : .fpL'I
etrez
the work that will not
t s Plans for new year's ,,1spiration. 1
'' was made and election of officers Thursday &: Friday rub off or show the &!%ulde s
1 was held. The officers elected Pure Pork .Dance or tae
StarkeThis
were Dorothy! : Sapp, President. Gaiety Theatre, Laurel&Hardy Country Sausage lb. 25c pelexxiuonu1: retain confident all ef uotyaouaAUOY or


Mildred Fanny Sllcox Hundley Vice-president.Secretary. ticket will, admit. one. lady FREE If accompanied,.., In Armour's Star Hams Ib.23c I

t' Elizabeth Holllngsworth Treas by e*'ort (lady;or gent) holding one paid ticket. '"PARDON US" O@IENTAL

t :}".I, urer.At the ,conclusion: i f the business MONDAY AND TUESDAY SEPT. 28-29 Feature length comedy We pay Highest Prices for Chickens and Eggs tREAM s".-
';,' Boston the hostess served an wwv. n..h .... 11.nh.l
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!23, ibU BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKK.' FLORIDA PAGE FIVPOSg5Z5L'
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aa.S25Z5i'Sa'5'r.575t.' Dr H. B. McLendon left Monday Sebastian A Florida concern Clermont-35 groea set to
THERESSA that Is making good and giving work by Trlmbejr Properties on
. 1l for Marianna'be, gone ten Mr.. A. L. Bultvnn.. c.... GRAHAM employment to a large force of clearing 150 acres of land adJoin- i
days. He was accompanied as far Oal Ma Smith Con people is the Indian River fisheries ing present 600-acre tract of Lung
Bits of as Tallahassee by Mr. E. S. Mat- Rev. J. N. Hayraan filled his at Sebastian. The plant is now trees

thews. regular appointment .at the Bap- Rev. Maguire and Rev. C. W. handling all kinds of fish, but pom- Cocoa- -Repair made to local '
have a revival meeting pano constitutes the principal packing plants in preparation for
Senator Dill Clark of Monticello, tist church here Saturday and Butler begun
at present, the season
at the Christian church. The shipments citrus season.
Cal NeV& was the guest of Senator E M. Sunday. meeting started last Tuesday night for this excellent Florida sea food Key West--Cortez:; Cigar Factory -
Johns, Thursday. Senator Clark Mr. Howard Moore, who is attending and will run for two weeks. Pub- being on. In one week recently resumed operations. ? I
and Senator Johns, were guests of school at the Universityof lic Invited. the fisheries teed over 15,000 lbs LargoNew $80,000 packing I

Concerning Our People, Busineaa and friends in Tampa for the week Florida, spent the week-end Rev. Jenkins and wife of Bartow, of pompano, besides over 10,000 '4>lant east of Coast Line tracks

progress of the County and Town. end. with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. paid us a visit Sunday and Monday pounds of other fish. The plant ,will be completed and ready for C
W. Moore. has a new process whereby fish are operation by October 1st.Gracevllle .
Miss Flavla Gleason state home i M,'. Joe Padgett and sons, Theo Rev. Jenkins gave the con- cleaned, washed and sterilized and --3,088 bales cotton
___ OQ demonstartlon agent of Tallahassee for Plant gregation a chart illustration on all waste bone removed. The edible
= and Elmo, left Tuesday ginned by local cotton gins up to .j
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how to study '
and Miss Lucie Bell Settle, I
placed on and conveyed -
la City. parts are trays I recent date.
REPORT spent Monday Starke with district agent of Gainesville, were The shadow of death. has againvisited to where 1
\It.\TlIEK friend's.lira. Mr. Charles and Miss Anna Batten a super-freezer : Lake Butler School board considering *
<< the guests of Miss Pearl Jordan were visitors to Hampton Sun our community and took they are frozen solid, after which addition to school house. A
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fled by starke braaob .U.SSS I M. L. Granger an" Mrs. last week. day afternoon. from our midst our friend and they .are placed in cold storage, v Key West--Excavatlon completed ,
trY I Mrs. Ed Sullivan Is visiting her neighbor, Acle Starling. Mr. Star- where they will remain fresh for at site of new poet office build-
!tending 1931., Fred Maurer of Waldo, were visitors Mr. and Mrs. Tom Harris of sister; Mrs.'Crosby, of Starke this ling has>been a resident of this months. The plant Is said to be Intf.

),{tD. Prectp. In Starke Tuesday. Washington, were in Starke last week. 'town for a number of years. The the only one of Its kind in the -

te Max. Thursday for a short time. They Mr. Jasper Bennett left Saturday funeral was conducted by Rev. L. world. Pompano Is considered by .. ... .. -
92 69 -- :and Arthur were on their return to Washington night for Clearwater afte ra visit C. Smith and Interment was in may as the fluent fish that goes on -
17 9:1: ::68 Joseph Malphua. after a vacation spent In Cuba. of several weeks visit with his alstei ,Antioch cemetery near Lacrosse.Mr. the market. Florida furnished -r
18 98 71o Bradley of Lake City were visitorsIn Mi', Harris is secretary to Con: % Mrs C. Sullivan. : Starling leaves to mburn his more of these fish than any state
19 93 73 Starke Sunday; gressman Green. Mr. and Mrs D. W Moore were loss his widow, five daughters,' In the union. ATLAS ; ;
94 '11 business visitors to Starke Satur four brothers and two sisters, besides ', {
21 11 Sheets 81x90 for 79c -at Stern- Mi and Mrs. S. C. Carnell and a host of friends and rela t ;.

22 94 for the week berg's.Mr small son, returned to their homein day.Mrs.. Josephine Sullivan of tive.Mrs. Plant City-Geo. W Cancels purchased The Standard Oil ;
rainfall Ormond Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Hampton was a visitor hera Tuesday A. 0. Brown and son Virgil Interest of R. G. Brookerin ;; J

swrnbl'rlC IIt"Z: Peter's Shoe and Mrs. E.'"E. Branch, Mayor Carnell have spent sometime hereon afternoon '* 1 of Starke, were visitors at the, garage business of Sullivan &: Tire Guaranteed ': I tot, ,
and***llt lose.v and Mrs. Williams of.Jacksonville account of the illness and deathof Mrs' Ida Bender1and' children,: Smith home Saturday afternoon. Brooker. ;.
eager Beach, were visitors. in Starke their older son. James Frederick. Paul and Pauline-tf Karlton, visited Mrs. ,A. A, Armistead and son, \ One Year
a business Wednesday.! While' here the family were guests Mrs. Bender's parents, Mr. and Maryland of Gainesville, were visiting Lake Wales--Work being rushed iI'I;'
at the home of,MK and Mrs'F,.A. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Smith Sat on Lake Wales Citrus Growers In GalneKVllle Tuesday. Mrs. M. Hall'' Saturday and Sun- *>.......>..+< fa f,
r Senator and Mrs. 'R M. Johns' Scott and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quig- urday morning. Association packing house.

I and :Mrs. J. L. Frazee spent were dinner guests of Mr. aD "Mrs. ley. day.Misses Lola and Alma Jordan of Mr, Duff Abernathy is visitinghis I ..
stay in Tallahassee. A. J. Williams in Alacbua Tues -- ) McRae spent Sunday with Misses parents for a while. Frigidaire {
day. Miss Virginia P. Moore, state Clara and Minnie Swindell.Mr. Mi', and Mrs Felton Graves and

H V Knight attended court homo Improvement specialist of Jimmie Swtndell! of Putnam little daughter, returned to Lake ,",
Inesvllle'Monday. Mr. and Mrs. J.:W, Andrews, Jr.,, Tallahassee, was in the city this Mall, spent Sunday here with his Wales last Friday, after a two the three ). Ii
and family are spending several week visiting Miss Pearl Jordan, parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Swin week's visit with their parents. year guar- ,

sweaters on display atrg'a. days at their cottage at Kingsley home demonstration agent. Miss Miss Carrie McKtnney: of Starke, anted electric refrigerator If;
Ill!. Lake. Moore visited a number of the, dell.Mi', and Mrs. John Jordan of spent a few days with her parents .(.
home improvement demonstrationswhich McRae, wen visitors here Sunday: here lost week. V''
.
-and lrs. D. E. Knight were Mrs. George" Anderson of Law- are being carried on under Mrs. W. M. Phillips and little Miss Era Smith returned nome ,,) '
ksonvllle Tuesday. tey spent "Wednesday afternoon Miss Jordan's direction and helped daughter, Doris, and Miss Mildred Saturday from Gainesville, where '.' <'
with her mother, Mrs. 'W. J. Ep to make plans for a bigger Phillips were shopping in Starke she spent a week visiting relatives 1 '
lady's free ticket for Mon- person. piece of home improvement workIn Monday. Mrs Etta Rbynokli/ and son, For sale by ?

,nd a Tuesday at the Gaietyre this county for another year. Manors.! A. L. and C. Sullivan Jimmie attended church M Water- ,

to see 'Sklppy." Judge and Mrs. Marlon Hendryof and families were visitor s to oak last Sunday. I' )
Tampa, will spend this week- LADIES FKKK NIOIITS Starke Saturday. Irs. H. M. Johnson arid daughters .
sad 1 :Mrs. W W. Roberts of end with Senator and-Mrs. E. M., AT GAIETY THEATRE Miss. -Fearl Jordan of:Starke was and Mr*... L. C. Ssnlth were Smith's Service ty p\
,- dinner guests of Mr!. Johnson's'sister
were business visitors Johns. a visitor to Thercssa Wednesday
As a special inducement, the of last week. Mrs. 'Padgett Friday.Mr. 1
Mnesday. One lady.free with each person management of the Gaiety Theatre I and .Mrs. Gus -Padgett are That Shiny Nose Station. .f

9 U Haynes was a business holding one 40c ticket at the Gaiety Starke, will admit one lady visiting Padgelt'parents: here o completely subdued. No more
|r to Jacksonville Wednesday Theatre, Starke, Monday and free with each person holding a JAMES! FREDERiCk.', C A KNELL for a while constant ineffective powdering.Juatonelitueextratouch .
Tuesday, Sept:2829. forty cent ticket, or two personson and you Starke Fla. ,
000. one ticket Monday:and''J'' 1aHday "Early bright, trans ent, chaste .a. have not only eliminated "Skin II
dent', St. Petersburg-.:Bids opened by Shine" but have given complexion _._,_._ ,
morning your
as .
y
--
Mr. and Mrs. C.'C. Swlnclal of nights, Sept. 28-29, to see the big ----
tan buy 32 Inch Gingham He sparkled was exhaled. and city count 11 for cwopleUon of .soen .n entrancing nmooth.
and Mrs. L. A. Carterof feature all-talking picture, "Sklppy. -
eijurd at Sternberg's. Newberry went to heavln." Ia>e bridge: across Coffee Pot b ,Y- soft pearly appearance et exquisite h
Jacksonville were week-end We want you to take advantage
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Colley.Mrs.'Hamiltodltitch of this half-price opportunityand I The pure spirit -of James Frederick on. OIL R. W. MARTIN
George C. White spentweek If sufficiently Camel five year old von of Key "West-"Work started ion I
our patrons respond beauty.RIENTgi DENTISTI'honn
In Marianna with her ladies' free Mi and Mrs. S. C. Carnell. of Ormond. ' $'2 ,000 'annex to Marine hospital I ]
and ,, we will offer ,
\ Mrs E. R. Marshburn. guest passed tram thin earth to Leeiifturg-J* w radio retail 1 linn III II S3 Hours 9 to 5 | '
Mrs. Robert Stanford, of Jacksonville nights again.
spent several days in Gainesville -I Friday and Saturday of :this heaven, at three-fifteen Tuesday opened by Glenn Klrste and Horace CREAM Over Corpenlng's Drug Store rS
Kate Struth spent week- : FVrgunon of Leesburg I'bnr-
i after Illness of about '
last week,with relatives. week "Shipmates" a beautiful\ morning an -. rs..h and ".".1.""' J rJ' I,
i Wildwood with her sister, ten day. m icy.
love story that will live for ages
|LM. DeSha. I James Frederick spent. most of Con.itructifln on road No. 23'con '
of Orlando, will don't miss these wonderful pic--
Mrs Roy. Ryal
CO.Suita
I the summe''hure with bin grandparents ' necUng PenuKcola and Camp"Wal- Phone STEAM PRESSING (
dla tree nights at the Gaiety be the guest this week-end of and her tures. :Mr. and :Mrs. F. A. Scott: ton 'by way of Pennacnla bridge, 52 J. Frank Thoman PropCleaned & 'I.il
brother and sister-in-law Mr. '
tit, Monday and Tuesday, and gamed numbers of TriFnfla .by will be completed bout December
%8-29. Mrs. 'w. G.. HaUe. his winsome .manner aDd uausualintelligence 15. .. FELT HATS Cleaned and Blocked Reshaped : :\

Ste'tdas born Sept,
iC."G. 'little 'Mr. and+Mra' R."J.> Davie and L AWT 1 i..
Strickland and : t 2 th. lAZBw an* died. September,
tiler.gent last week In Tay- daughters, 'were week- nd :guestsof F. n. CarraithM.- f Sari with relatives.:, Mr and Mrs;, C. C. Tatum In: ,St. It seams that'one so young, .110
Augustine. SPECIALS FRIDAY & SATURDAY 'SEPT. 25-26
LAVTEliAS ANOTHER dear, so loved by all might huv .
(predicted In the near fa ROBBERY been spared longer: but the JIattv ,
.Mrs. .1. ;D. ,Green and :MTB. *vV.
|lake .a peep at the swnafteni enly Father'thought best to cal
i at Stornberg's. i M. Wimberly were visitors 'in Dlancbard.eloterevl him home and we do not .queHttoi
Store'01 A. M.
Gainesville Wednesday and :TVridu, "
;
.week. Thursday Night the reason, "For He death al TIP TOP Grocery
of last
i. E. M. Johns was the guest "Forcing an entrance through a'' things well." The"flower of lit
11. S. T. Dell In Gainesville Window burglars carried( off a'' life bloomed <:m earth only a den
Allan Long leaves Saturday; So
e week-end. and 'tobacco. short lung enough to!
yet
of years
quantity groceries
Chicago, after spending his vacation LOCATION BETWEEN tNK AND POST OFFICE
These goods were recovered Sunday |shed the fragrance of a pure" sw ;et,
A. S Crews and lira. .C. here with" his mother. Mrs afternoon by Sheriff Epperson life In the home, and then Cot' BoweD Nasu>arthy. Owner and Operator

{'asworthy were visitors 'Irpllle F.: .:Long. Deputy Sheriff' U. R. Reddish and 'came and transplanted It to tb: .- .. - -

Tuesday.A I Mrs. .L. ,E. Dowling and Mrs Robert Blanchard. Union 'Robinson garden of heaven, where 1U loveliness ., :Vest Grade; While \:J Best Grade'Compound If aeon Plates, Ib 8c

. S. Crews and IX C.Jonei Mae Monday Jones with of Mrs.Jacksonville W. E. Middle:spent charged of Lawtey with breaking was arrested and centering and. leaves can the never hearts fadet of loved yet his ones going almost -.: [:; e oem.-- !c'Lard:1' Ik,.,----8c )Hams lb. -- 15c42c ,J
business s
[ visitors In Jacksonoenday. and is being held in the Brad-i cruabed. H* vas so 8wt'et JJA ,
ton. ford county Jail. and pure aJways :'nmUlag. bright: .
-- - -- -
wish dresses only 70c m.\ .Mr. J. C. Turnipseed of McIntosh ing Lawtey that the merchants honorable are mayor Ktlll( hop-and I and household.happy' Only and five the short Joy of yean the :; j.'.:8 lb. Backet Lard 75c, J,,Ib*. \ \Navy Means, J Iba. 25c 1'

berg'sM er-in-law spent and Sunday sister with Mr.his and broth Mrs cityocouncll< will give them the pro- did his Joyous life cast a halo of' 8 lbs. Pure Lard.V3c, 4 Ib*. SOd 11 Lima flea,,,,. 4 Iba. 25c
tection to which, the are entitledIn happiness about Ultkt who loved f
Waters of Atlanta,, Ja F..A. Sweezy. the form of a night marshal. him. Grits, JO Ifis. ::23c\ Victory White Ring- m
Nert of her cousin. Mrs. S. F,, We know that at times like this :
Ick Mr. and .Mrs. F. A... Canova and Mr. M. F. Brown of Tampa, was words fall almost meaningless. on Meal 10 lbs.20ciFloiir 24 Ibs. 52t Flour 24 Ibs. 70c '
-- daughter, Mary Ann, of Buahnell visiting his parents Dr. and Mrs. the ears' of the bereaved, but we ,
end Mrs. E. M. Davis and were guests at the home of Mrs. E G. W. Brown here last week. cannot refrain from saying that '

ter, Jean spent Sunday: In E. Canova .for the week-end. Mr. C. Y. Mayo was visiting you have the sympathy of many I l'lllsburu'ZJ Ibs.:7Uc; 12 Ibx.-.J,5c\6Ibll.\ 25c\\ \North. If can M, S Ibs. 25c : ::.
with relatives.. I I relatives here last week. and his little hand Is beckoningyou
Fast color prints are 15c a yd Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Burney announces ! to heaven' bright home, and Pan Gold- r-V .21 Ibs. 59c; 12lb. 33c; 6 lbs. lOc \ \Pure Coffee. 2 Ib*. 25c :'; .,\

[ W. A. Sterns, Loutse Sterne now at Steinberg's.( I the arrival of a little girl i you have the sweet assurance that \,
!*IV has of death have rolled Matches, S for20e Oct. or l'&G LaTouraineWo.
Biggs were In Jackson- Saturday, September IShe\ though the seas /
[Saturday Mrs. W. .Stroman of Tallahassee been named Georgie Monlfay.Mrs. between, yet the star of hope Is : 'i Y
Is the guest of her sonInlawand I C. Atkins and son. Cecil, of .,(still before you and you will meet Salt: 2 for '- 5c Soap 7for- 25c 1 Coffee f lb. - 27c :
.. Mrs. S. better ,
illur buys a mighty good daughter, Hr. and .S.I Miami, are visiting her parents. your precious boy In "God'a ,
u Sternlwrg's. Dowling. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Blanchard. country God ran comfort you - - .' ':

-- Miss RiDzella: Revis spent Friday and he has said .that "All things' ; 2 Size Can Sliced Pine Apple 15c\\ \Rio Coffee lb.' 15c I 'r
Rudolph Weaver and little Miss Myrtle Reddish and Mrs. O. shopping Jacksonville.Dr. work together for good to them ,

F11", are upending-- this week E. Stansbury and daughter, Miss and Mrs., J. Carradine: of that love God." Our Heavenly Gal. Can Gond Syrup .59c 1.2 Gal. Georgia Cane Sump 45c \/9,
tat River with relatives. Edna were in Jacksonville Satur- Orange Park, were here last Father is wine and can ,make no
day afternoon.Mr. Thursday. c mistake, and hi* Afflictions are Wisconsin \ No 2 Can R

E S Matthews e spent Monr Miss Ruby .Tarrlsh of Jacksonville permitted' to come 'in love. The lb.20cl S ht.n.lOc; ; 5c.I;
t the state farm guest of !drs.ge . and Mrs. S. S. Dowling and I is visiting her ulster Mrs.' separation Is only tin a time. lie Cheese : Tomatoes 2.1 :
daughter Nettie, spent Saturday I O. 3. Anders. cannot come to. you: ?.but you can ,
In Jacksonville as guests of Mr. Miss Elizabeth Howe was visit-', go to him. . i ---- *"*"-- -- -- . . - -- - --- - -__ .- .
| A 2 Adklns, Lois Adkins and Mrs. James God old. i Ing tier sister, Mrs. R. A. Newsom The funeral took place Thursday No. JV"Ueled it
'ltty Hogged 1 last week In Starke. afternoon, at two-thirty at the KEWB
were In Galneanday EBREAD,2for .
.
afternoon Mrs. P. E.: Canova, Jr.and small Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Harley and family residence In Ormond. The Potat. l0 lbs 17c - - lSc t ,

oron. Paul III, returned Tuesday: son, of Starke, spent Sunday with services were conducted by Rev. M
Jre A. Z. Aclkins was a busl-'.from Jacksonville where :they visited Mr. Harley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chapin of High Springs/, assisted Laundry
'""tor in Jacksonville Tues- friends. A. parley.: by tee local minister of .the UnionCongregational Large Red Eating Soap, 10 for -?.----------------___ 25c,
M*.and Mrs W. C. Wooten and Cnurcb. 'The child .

Mrs. P. E. Canova. Sr. and Miss Madeline Frlgo were shop- Is survived by his parent, Mr. and Apples doz. 9c Crystal Wedding Oats ----------____--___ 25c I
I Pair t- Douffla daughter Miss Bunnie Caoova, ping In Jacksonville Monday. Mrs. Stanley C. Carnrll, and a ,
: twill lw tickled with them were guests Sunday of Dr. and Mrs. t>.f.:. Bennett and daughter jrother, Corbin Scott CameO, aUof lOc Package MATCHES 5c ;!
Wernbrrg.T Mrs.\ Chace in Jacksonville.Mr. arrived here Monday night from Ormond; his grandparents .Mr .
Washington D. C. Mrs. Bennett and Mrs. F. A. Scott of Starve, Cabbage lb. 2c] {Whole{ Grain r

N Busch h of Lake City, and Mrs. S. F. Stricklandof will be visiting her parents. Mr. and Mr. Caroline E. Camel at
Ocala spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Burney for several Jrmond.. / Sugar 5 Ibs. 25c /
and Mrs A.S. Strickland at Kings-I I clay She will be remembered by Attending the funeral from Cal. Iceberg Rice 5 lbs 1 19c '
Lake. her friends as Alias Blanche Bur Starke were )lr. and Mrs. F A. ; ,'
NT A ley) I I ney. -. Scott, Mr. and Mrs.; J. T. QuIgley, Lettuce each 9c Chlpso, 3 for _. 25c ;''

WORD Mrs. L. A. Weekly and children, .- Mrs. E. ),{. John, Mr. and Mrs. L. Old Dutch 8c
Ocala, spent Sunday with Mr, NOTICEThe J. Wynn. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wynn; Oxydol for 25c
.COLUMN I IBALli lot Mrs. A. S. Strickland, Mrs. J. J. DlcklsoD Camp, V.. C Mrs. J. D. Doyle, and.John PowellSebring..New Selox, 3 for 25c : s
Weekly's parents.Mrs. V.. will meet next Sunday Bananas SIb ISc '
27th Inst., at ten mom-I Quart Jar Salad Dressing __ '
: ;Ing the Circle Theatre reopened n. .. _ 39c
Missionary straw- L. S. Hutto and sons, O. P. the court house. After a short business .

; ?Yewo.plants. only Starke.a few beds.9-1-tl.R. and\ Tillman and, spent Tampa the with weekendat rela- session church, the and veterans at twelve-thirty will attend -!,' of after new renovation equipment.and installation Onions, 3 Ibs. lOc S Ibs. Sugar 17c with 1 Ib. SANTOS Coffee 25c

Sydney. Fort Myers--W,. N. Brockway
dinner'
will., be entertained at ,
NEW GROUND Uves. at they the born of Mrs. R. A. Weeks.W look over agency for Shell Oil Co. Sweet 10 Ibs. Jersey Lily, Pure Creamery
PRY STRAW- Stuart-.-U. S: Government opened -
PLArrs 'and' Mrs. Laurie Edward T. Weeks,,Cora. Camp.
k + Maryland Mr. bids for dredging approximately Potatoes 20c
BUTTERJb.
3ofu..lonarles; 10.000 $2.2 and] daughter, Miss FredertckaBtruth - 32c
1,04)0 Work will start soon on sttte 175,000 cubic yard. St. Luele river -
of
larger lob W. Page, Jr., ,
W.
$2.00 Ten- and r
; No. 62 between Cblpley between No. 2 lock and Palm City ni
of Mr. highway
n
PBlakemoree soc higher. Jacksonville were guests and Alabama slate line. bridge, to ibis>>1 area
,Afcnore, Mica, Jt' Mid Mrs. W. JI. Strutb Sunday.


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FRIDAY SEPTRMn,
If BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STAKKK. FLORIDA ,. ,, g
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It J.'I'':' : ...'" '@;, ; : Too Late to Spray (-D. And the Worst Yet to Come-l

ij "I Truck For Fungi HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES There are more plans for helping

I'' :' i.j;: J\\1: : FARM NEWS SECTION When Trouble Seen Weekly from-Home Demonstration solve you the: can cotton-surplus shake a stick problemthan at. One

jf" I Specialist, Tallahassee of them that probably possesses
\ "". '',1' .. Gainesville, Fla.-After fungi as much merit as another and

J \; I ''' ) Conducted By have caused vegetable plants to I would increase to some extent the

J.m 1 '' 1l 1(, 1 I'" I* T. DYER, County Agent turn yellow, wilt, and 'fall to the FEEDING CHILDREN consumption of cotton Is that the
, ', federal government make dollar
j 4 ground It is too late to save the
i it MISS PEARL JORDAN Homo Demonstration Agent plant by using fungicides, says Dr.'. Since children have to build bills out of cotton, Instead of the .

L G. F. Weber, associate plant path- linen and silk now being used. Sucha / PLEASE PA'I'
I
muscles, fat, bones, blood, and tissue if carried into effect, wouldat CASHIERAMOUNT'
THIS PROSPEROUS FARM ologist at the Florida Experiment plan, /
County Farm And COMMUNITY. : : "fLLOWING Station. Fungicides are applied to and since disease Is always least prove the contention of our OF

I Home 'Workers Of HANK GOOD PRACTICES: plants in order to prevent infection near, they need a well balanceddiet. 'Southern one-crop farmers that CHECk..

by the various parasitic fungi, he Variety then Is needed and money can be made out of cotton, ,

1 State to Confer (By Spuds Johnson.) stressed, since trouble is seldom Ilf I obtained, from the following) regardless! whether or not they 'vwIUIRE /

1 ; .- recognized 'until the parasite Is foods: themselves should ever experiencethe i a 'hR) R. /

', p i'' Gainesville, Flo.-Florida's county An almost Uptoplan farm community firmly established and it Is too Milk, EKK' !Meats satisfaction of fingering any of
recent Is-
Is described In a :
and home demonstration agents No other food can replace milkIn
cA
( will hold their annual extension Hue of the Texas Weekly. While late.Apply the sprays and dusts to the child's diet. A quart a day It.And at the moment, making Itself

1, lti ''i ;, workers conference at the University the plan may not be feasible in every the plants as soon as they emerge for every growing child Is a safe 'heard above all the noise and ,tumult -

I. { here October 5-9, according section It has some points through the soil whether In the rule. Eggs should also be addedto is the ear-splitting clamor 9 N.I NICrf

to an announcement from A. P.Iti which are of interest and value to needbed or in the field. This first the diet. Those products, along for legislation that, if enacted,

!: P: P Spencer, extension vice-director farmers everywhere at the present. application should be followed by with butter and cream, furnish would most likely make bad mat ij1

4 Jl .l' f I They will discuss the farm problems time. other applications as often as maybe easily digested fata and proteins. ters worse. No matter how good
.. p v of the counties among them- Quoting the Texas Weekly, the required to keep all new growth With such a diet the child will 'need their Intentions might be, our leg-
following -;
Herald had the
Miami
: selves and with federal and state recently of the plants covered with fungicide scarcely any meat before 7 yearsof islative bodies are butting into a
to about this commun-
t extension specialists. I say and thus protected from Infection age. Two to three ounces of stone wall as hard to dent as Stone

i, : I 't Principal among the speakers, ity: by the numerous parasitic meat dally for a child from 7 to Mountain here In Georgia when I
"Krlsten tad Is located In John-
,i with whom they will confer, is Hon.e' fun el. 10 years of age, and three ounces they run Into the law of supply
and Hood counties and is composed -
I A. F. Lever, co-author of the son Bordeaux mixture, 2-4-:b0 formula of meat dally .for a child from 10 and demand.
of 6,000 acres of high and '
Smith-Lever Act which makes federal has been used very satisfactorily to 14 years of age Is enough. If a farmer l la bent and determ-
land, almost an Island, and Is
i' funds available for coopera- dry In the seedbeds and on young Grain Products ined to grow nothing but cotton, I
surrounded the Brazosrlvei'
by
tive extension work. Mr. Lever Is partially plants, the strength to.be increased Nearly one-third of the food sup- It is hard to believe that there Is ?
1928 B. '
Founded In by John
t now a representative of the fed- 'Christensen the shows to 4-4-00\ as the plants develop. ply is in this class. These foods any way in the world to keep him I
community
eral farm board. lie will tell the The spray can be applied to the should be very thoroughly cooked. from doing It on" his own land. ll
::; signs of suffering from depression ,
,jJ{ 1 1 ,P.; agents about the southern farmers' no plants any time, but preferablywhen Whole wheat flour, brown rice, and Let him go ahead, and if he can't fl
.r IS i ;'''t relation to the business situation' either local or national. I they are dry. In contrast, whole corn meal are more nour- get out of It what he put into it he II \
this
"Settlers In unique place
: i of the south. their I the dusts such as copper lime ishing than white cereals and they will suffer and maybe learn a les-
: examined to
are carefully as '
i e J ? Five workers from the Federal character and ability and are allowed should be applied when the plantsare help to prevent constipation. son that will convince him of the

Extension Service will be at the wet. Dusts such as 60-20-20 Vegetable error of his ways.
amount of
M to
..., conference. They will be C. land at a purchase nominal any price, which Is or 75-25: can be applied to the Vegetables are essential. Often- We, here in the South, presentthe

dif, i 4 Chambers, southern field agent, D. the same for one and all, regard- 'plants In any stage of development times a child's appetite cannot be unparalleled spectacle of crying
.\ .l W. Walking, senior economist, J.B. 'I'with very little danger. Fall truck fully satisfied without vegetables hard times in the midst of
amount and Ml
less of the purchased, e ? -
'. Parker, senior dairy husband- are allowed 20 years In which to crops such as peppers, eggplants, They supply bulk. Turnips plenty. Blessed with the biggest

,' 4nan, Mrs. Ola P, Malcolm, senior for It. No down payment Is cucumbers, tomatoes, celery and carrots, onions, green beans and fruit crop in years, with more mel-
I
'' home economist, and W. F. Ward, pay required for the land, and no per- potatoes should be sprayed or dust- peas celery, tomatoes squash, ons, canteloupes, peaches and vege- minds to put wheat in the back- susceptible to cold and pro
in 'animal husbandry for ed regularly for the best results. cauliflower, eggplant and okra what to do
agent tables than we knew the Income
he and in cannot be
ft. I son Is allowed to buy more than ground eight years grown outside 01
fl, i / Georgia. supply the usual food elements ; with; wheat, corn and oats in such from farm products Increased -
can use. the doctor
keys, |
avers The
N Others who will attend the conference --minerala and vitamins. Let the quantities as never before, the
,
{ "Settlers are taught that they 71 per cent over the revenue received limo Is
FEWER CITRUS, MOUE more tiardy but [
W 7 are Dr. John J. Tigert, stews or' soups be more vegetablesless purest sunshine, air and water to li
r should not produce anything for TUNO OIL TREKS ARE under the one-crop system. hardy than the
the University, Dr. Use the orange i org
meat.
president of vegetable be found anywhere in the world,
I sale until they have enough for IN STATE NURSERIES The spread of dairying and live- fruit and should cot! be
extension director and pi
state water for
)I' + r Wllmon Newell cooking soups and standing on the threshold of
I their own consumption, and when stock accounted for 57 per cent of In any locality whereto !ifs
and other state extensionS sauces.
a period of development that. Is
; they have enough for themselves, Gainesville, Fla.-There are a the Increase. The income from be cold damage.
npcclallats.! to a sur- Fruits bound to be without equal in the beef mutton and wool Increased
they may begin produce million less citrus trees and over pork,
conference will be centered Fruits are close akin to
L The vege- history of the world, we are seek-
and
X1'{ a plus for marketing. two million oil trees in 116 per cent. Poultry Lake Worth- East |
room
affecting the general more tung tables in their of the diet. The oc
around topics gift
Ing a sugarcoated, pleasant tasting
"The community now has a farmpaper income increased 104 cent,
economic agricultural situation, Florida nurseries than a year, according flavor is more popular. Frfruit. egg per ond floor of city hall fitted 4
antidote for our overdose of cotton
with circulation of 25,000: and butter Increased 131
a : output
1 to records new council chamber for otrj
live-at-home Inspection Just have
stressing a is best. Florida an
especially oranges turn around next
a model printing plant, and will so we can right cent During this time, wheat .
per mission.Umatilla
i and economy of produei announced by J. C. Goodwin, nursery unexcelled food value. All lunch
"i program soon have a dairy and creamery, a inspector with the state Plant rooms should serve Florida orange year and gorge ourselves on It was reduced until in 1929 it had -City park being |

6 tion.At grist mill to turn the surplus Board. There are'I,846 nurseriesand again.A dropped to one-fourth of the income ed and Improved.
present there are 37 county, Juice. Canned or dried fruits '
+ ig certain species of whale feeds
wheat barley, oats kilns to furnish from alone.
poultry ,
Gainesville- BuiMln
have total of 46,000,000 ; per.
and 30 home demonstration they a should be used where fresh fruit
t' agents rushing with his mouth wide
by ,
lime for building purposes, as lime- If Minnesota farmers, handicapped -
sued months ol
during eight |
plants growing on 5,700 acres.
Florida coun
agents working in 41 Is Impossible. Fresh fruit should,
the waters of theocean.
atone is plentiful along the river, open, through as they are by long severe totaled
f 154002.
there are 16 negro About 12,000,000 citrus trees are
ties. In addition be fully ripe.
I kind a new school building. There now in nursery formation, compared Sweets Anything in his path is winters and short growing seasons, Mayo--Levise Taylor ]pure
agents.KUF swallowed. Sometimes It Is an
are three businesses for carryingon with 13,000,000 last can in such a brief period of timeso Mayo Pool Room.
year. too much)
the commercial affairs of the Grapefruit made an Increase of Children easily get and old orange crate, an oar, and old materially Increase their earn) Winter Garden Add\\l1
the
1 I community, one dealing with the about 400,000 trees while oranges sugar. It spoils appetite oil.barrel or old raga thrown over- ings, surely we here In the South, equipment to be added to ]

h ii 21, ; \\' FARM PROGRAM marketing of produce and Indus- dropped that much. The numberof the digestion.custards and Simple fresh puddingsand or dried board from a passing ship. When with our superior advantages, can- ground located on Plant sir

f' ; '' "The Voice of Florida" trial products, one with meat and Satsumaa dropped A quarter this happens the whale develops not fall to profit by the adoption of Lake Worth- ..N'eroute
fruit are the best sources of sug- acute .
of stomachache.He
loan an case
and
dalrv products one a similar methods. constructed Everglades
million and declined
seedlings over
r ar. Corn syrup or honey has far thrashes and. rolls and runs,
company settlers.
to ftmufce Any Sou
section to connect
400,000 trees, while tangerines and this
Gainesville Fla. Another series better food value than granulated heaves and vomits until relieved.He .
al member of the community may hybrids made lighter declines. Set eggs now for fall broilers. Boulevard bridge WIlD eras
of Florida Farm Hour radio talks sugar. It Is better to give children vomits quantities of lathery: market for
p l purchase stock In these concerns, There were 3,000,000 tung oil There is often a good Highway at Military Trail.9t .
I, will be broadcast from state radio and at the present over twothirdsof trees In the some such simple sweets than to soapy foam. This foam floats as- this class of poultry.
nurseries
station WRUF next week, the University the members have such stock." comparedwith have the child satisfy his over- hore and from It a thrifty people --

46 of Florida Agricultural Extension 900,000 a year ago. trained desire for sweets with soft have developed a wonderful perfume -

( Service has Juat announced. GRAPH': DI E.\MES TO The records also showed 8.000- drinks, chewing gum and cheap The moral of this story is Gainesville-Interest In growing r

These talks will come between 12 UK': INVESTIGATED KV 000 ferns, 18,000,000 other ornamental candy. that even a stomach-ache can be times In Florida, particularly limes

i and 12:45: / p. m., eastern standard STATE': PLANT' HO\U1, plants, 3,400,000 pecan turned to profit and pleasure.The of the Persian 'Tahiti: type, Is increasing r
follows: seedlings\ about 800,000 grape cuttings Dr A. F. Camp, horticulturist -
fi tlA. The program -- TIN CAN BURYING, BE Union Banner, of Clanton says
and a quarter million mis-
t
Sat.. Sept. 26--Florida Farm Gainesville, Fla.-Grape diseases FEATl'KK OF COMMUNITY: Alabama, recently quoted a promi- of the Florida Experi-
cellaneous
j 'r News and Hints. U. S. Farm Science investigations were approved by series. plantings now In nur IMPROVEMENT: CAMPAIGN nent citizen who expressed it as ment station at Gainesville. Dr.

I'' Snapsots. the State Plant Board at a recent whole his conviction that If cotton stays Camp says the Tahiti lime ia as

;i_ "1 Mon., Sept 28--Handling Cove meeting here and K. W. Loucks, found The nurseries to be In as good a condition.were Newberry, Fla.-A public tin can cheap,, the South will get rich. In large as a common lemon, while

Crops and Mulching Citrus Groves assistant plant pathologist, was assigned Certificates were wltheld burying is one of the features of a support of his statement, he cited the Key or Mexican lime, grownon )/
_E. F. DeBusk. Farm Reporter to the work Dr. ,Wllmon on onlya community Improvement cam- concrete examples of farmers who, the Florida keys, is small and ,, v
r few occasions, and most of these
',' Washington.. Newell, plant commissioner, has cases were due to scale Insects. No paign Just begun under the direc- no longer concentrating all their not so Juicy. The Key lime Is very StockInsurancg..nek
Control
Tues Sept. 29--Rodent announced. efforts cotton, devotingmore
Just major pests were found. tion of Miss Virginia P. Moore on are ,
u Projects Started In Florida--Carlyle This activity was provided for state home Improvement specialist, and more of their attentionto 00--------- -

Carr. Farm/ Question Box. by the last legislature, which madean and Mrs. Grace F. Warren, home other things that can be raisedto Is 1_011I.UN -iss .
; Wed., Sept. 30-Fall Annual appropriation of $3,000: per year STATE DAIRY SALE TORE demonstration agent. From the good advantage on their farms Say with Flowers _'" ......rd...

,/t Flowering Plants--W, L. Floyd. for the board's use in dealing with AT GAINESVILLEIN mayor down to the youngest 4-H and for which marketing facilitiesare --- -, --,--- .. bastard 01 he ...a_rrur eoap....&.".....

Primer for Town Farmers grape pests. The Florida Grape MID-NOVEMHER club boys and girls, all are Join- available. e..l'ys.r.Wlr.l'

Thurs.,"* Oct. 1,-Timely Farm Growers' Association recently ask- Ing In the campaign to clean up Arkansas doesn't intend to be Flowers For AllOccasions Sack anW.ro..... -",,., u.-.

Jobs and How to Do Them--J. ed the board to Investigate certain Gainesville, Fla.-The annual vacant lots, Improve fences, plant caught short of foodstuffs again .... rrlou." far .............,.....

i Francis Cooper. Farm Reporter at grape diseases as well as make sale of the state Dairymen's As- homes, plant or Improve lawns, this winter. Recent sales of can- .... ..cI .h.., .4M .ra. rTk. .....

Washington. studies looking forward to Improved sociation will be"held here November and landscape around the *houses. ning and preserving materials In .. IuoIp r- erra'I'
UW -MW MVMMM--WM=*= ...--
Fri., Oct. 2--The County Agent vineyard sanitation. Dr, New- 17, according to an announc'ement Fifteen members of the home the Little Rock territory have been ..10 e

and Farm Progress-Dr. Wilmon ell slated that the Board has Indicated Just made by the committee demonstration club under the captainship greater than the amount used dur- GERTRUDE GODBEY beer .,..,. eb"e'

Newell. Farm Flashes;;County Its intention of carrying out In charge. About 25 young cat- of Mrs. S. P. Getzen have ing the past ten years combined. HAROLD C. WA

Agent Robbins. the program desired by the A 80- tle, some of the best In the South- pledged themselves as leaders in Reports from about over the state ANDERSON

ciation. east, will be auctioned on this occasion the campaign. are to the effect that distributors Phone 39 Waldo, Fla INSURAl"iCEQT.nfF

'I 4r WILL VLANT COVKIC CROP Mr. Loucks la an experienced These cattle will come This is the, first of a series of general have had difficulty in filling ------- ... ........-----.0 FIORIO\\
? plant pathologist, having workedon from the leading dairies of Flor- community Improvement cam- orders promptly. Arkansas

Lake Butler, Fla.--lAst yearN a number of plant disease Investl'gatlons ida, as well as other sections of the paigns that Is being planned in .the housewives by the score face the
for the board duringthe southeast, state. coming winter with no more fear
four 4-H corn club boys In Union -,
; only past seven years. All animals offered will have I, of hunger than did Mrs. Gertrude
Bradford counties planted
r, ; and fertilize their Headquarters for this work will registration papers and health cer- FLORID CATTLEMEN: Doshier, of VanBuren county, who
to
winter of cover corn, crops but thelr esults were be at the Leesburg laboratory of tificates. The heifers will all be UUY rt'REmiEU STOCK last year brought her family of Strawberry Plants of QualityWe
acre
It that 30 boys will tho Florida Experiment Station over six months old, and aU the FROM: GEORGIA SALE five through the winter with 400
BO gratifying ) and the work will be conducted on bulls will be at least one year of quarts of fruits, vegetables and

b ii plant a cover crop this tall, reports a cooperative basis. Dr, W. B. Tis- age. All bulls'offered will be from Gainesville, Fla. _. Five more meats left over The Doshier family have had fair growing conditions. We he

h County Agent L..T. Dyer. dale, plant pathologist for both Institutions Register of Merit dams. purebred Hereford bulls and four : lives at home In the truest sense nice stock of plants--l\Iissionary, Improved Klondike

will have general supervision The, present consignment list cows were recently purchased by of the word. They have ten milk We can fur
,, Butter production decreased only over the investigations contains nine Jersey heifers six Florida cattlemen, according to an cows and three hogs that provide $2.75; New Blakemore $3.50.

o I i y slightly during the calendar year, Jersey bulls, five Guernsey heifers, announcement by W. J. Sheely, extension them with plenty of milk, butter nish any order regardless of size. See our agents

1930, as compared with 1929, but BUY ANGUS BULLS 3 Guernsey bulls one Holstein bull, agent In animal husbandry. and meat, chlckena for eggs and Erownlee Bros., who will take your order, or order

more marked decreases are report Crawfordville, Fla.-Four pure- and one Holstein heifer. Three went to,Callahan, the purchasers meat, and about two acres in gar-
tF, ed for Ice cream, condensed and bred young Angus bulls have Just being D. Higginbotham, C. den and truck. direct from this ad.

_ _ evaporated milk by the Bureau of been brought to Wakulla county by Finish and market the spring' C. Jones, and Mark Johnson. F. W. Fifty years ago, when M. H.

Agricultural Economics, U. S. Department aa many farmers and County pigs In September or October. Hooper of Bunnell bought two Ford of Lee county, Arkansas, un- We start shipments October the 10th.

: of Agriculture. Agent Henry Hudson. They were bulls and four cows. ertook to pay for his farm it was

1 purchased from J. B. Slmonton Keep the pullets growing, and Mr. Sheely and Dr. T. W. Cole, looked upon aa a worn-out cotton

Keep farm Implements and machinery Mlcanopy, who is one of the. state's don't force them into laying too of the U. S. Bureau of Animal In-I farm. It Is still a cotton farm but J. BAUER

not in use under shelter. leading Angus breeders. soon.FOOTBALL. dustry at Jacksonville, attendedthe its' average yield Is three-quarters

sale, which waa held at Way- of a bale to the acre, and the farm

cross, Ca.PLANS pays
Is really and truly a cash crop. Mr.

COMPLETE: FOR Ford doean't have to pay out any- -

PUREBRED HEREFORD thing for fertilizer-he grows it. "

SALE AT CRESTVEW He doesn't have to pay out any Wake Your Liver

1 _. . -- -- thing for food-he raises it. Last Up
Gainesville, Fla.-Plans for a year be was one of' the very few Bil

sale of plrebred Hereford cattle at farmers in his section who had

Crestview on October 22 have been enough hay to carry him, thrugh -Without

11 : B.' H. S. Tornadoes completed by W. .J. Sheely, exten- until this year's crop came In, although -

sion agent In animal husbandry, : the drouth Uld force him to >R
and county agents of West Florida |I buy some corn this year, for the And You'll Jump Out of Bed U this bite b not do rtrfn\ '"1"j clIO l ldowit

b From 12 to 15: registered bulls and first time in his experience. His in the ..-. I* J lose d.OJ'> Teak
I Morning Rarinto Go --11.
eight to 10 heifers will be auctioned main object Is to live at home, and 0.. bla.ea up r- artldet .
.vsLake the Seminole and his tenants do that I .bed toIMa....rely b'.al1.rte
by one very y-
Herefords If you feel our and mink and the b'.ks out ID Il.Wrbd'
Farms, Donaldsonvllle, thing. There U always a surplusof I world looks punk don't wallow a lot sodrmf.ddo.s.oi00t.y1I..s. -

This will be.the third sale within food to sell although It Is not of salts mineral water, oil. laxative sear_ .

_ recent months which this farm prlmarly produced for that pur candy or chewing gum and expect _It tkr. ......o4 dd TUTUrltaU

AIt 'I Butler has held In Florida. The other two pose. them to males you suddenly sweet .L.$w tat tb.a r'0.r'r'.

were held at Gainesville. In 1921 when the price of wheat and buoyant and run of wn.hlaa, ......a.ryo.dr.k.fo.IMi. ....
0 -- coUapsed. Minnesota, then knownas !.....
For they cant do It. ...iwhb
They aaJ.r(
. __ _ _ .__ __ One way to make roll more/productive the "bread basket of America, .: ftIr .esM -s
s n -- -- - - the bowvb --
nor and
a metmov\ ...............-
Is to grow leguminous cover was up against the same problemthat meat doasa't get at the .... The ................-.
crops and plow them under. Au- confronts the cotton belt today '-f.or. dcNni.4ttd Is
yvu >4wit fMlbic gtsldlltsattfwtre/
t Ball Park 3:30 straln, peas and hairy vetch are Flat on their backs but refusing !.toorlhar. It riioakt poor flat&wel lJtssIJrepHtIst........

p.m. proving popular with West Florida to admit that they were out CtoBBddally. K1lvaidbOsl. oyttrl. .wts I*........- Mtaihli'
farmers for UU purpose. Minnesota farmers made up their I j!l ...... .-


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'23, BRADFORD COUNTY TEf.FOTtArn VI"-1
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- Perry- -Fall gardens are looking Torode Chevrolet Company battery and cable . 886;J: TRAIN SCHEDULE

ZIFF well in this section. Turnips radishes QulKley Itrailford tii County IiavlnallM, Telegraph, publishing- ..tat"lII..nt.. -::::=::- _-- 28.00 -

mustard and other truck are AndBTMon'a llarnKe, supplies __..- _. __________._.__u_ a.811.J. Effective Sunday, August 9th
1..1. Con FUyM' Pe' . F. Col ley. repair _____._____ ._ ___. _-___.._______._u_______ 4.7Bl schedule changes and trains will
Lets Nne already on the market and farm \\\t\\ >. C, Jonas supplies __ -. .. ________________.______ els
ers are busy planting other fall /e HurKman Tractor Company, tractor part _____n_________________ U.II4 run aa follows: i
of JacksonI" f uhf\ l-tipflnlnir Company, Kan _____-____________________________ 12 SB No. 107, southbound due ,Starke
Rhoda Thomas crops which will come In in October 1 M llllch'H Servlca !;Station supplies .. ___ ___u..__________.________ 2*B1
to home aftef November and December. The Hurry Stern lumber . ___ .______________________-_____ 180 10:40 a. m.
'returne,1> Wry W M. Toroth, \vareho\i-e rent -__-. --__. _--.*.?_____ -..-_-.._______ 10 DO No. 1, southbound due Starke,
(eV days here with her Herald calls special attention to a Standard 1)11 Compnny' gas _ _____-__________________________ 49.BO
lng Mrs. J- B. ThornT fine patch of turnips grown by MAY lI'rH.931 1035 p. m. s

u. tJr and Barney O'Quinn. He has an acre O lluynoit xpeiiKen April meetlnur ______________________________ J.JJ No. 108, northbound, due Starke
,
\V H, TiiiortexpcnaeM April ", ('lInllL' -------------------..------- J JJ"l 5:39: p. m. '
and son John planted t6 the Japanese variety. _ __ __
_ .
Lewis l \ !Sowell, expenses April meeting -- -- ---- -- --- !'JJI
\V S. Ray andFB He is marketing them at the rate C<, A "Fiiti-h salary: secretary. April -__.--_.___._.___-__._._>._..- $ '00 No. 2, northbound, due Starke ,
Ir' i \tr <', A. Fulrhnchlantal./ ____uu___....._______________ JIB 6:10: a. m.
a'itendln* to bust- of over fifty bunches a day and receiving } Rtarko Telephone Company phoneervlcw ...___._______________ ,
f: were day recently'ere good prices for them. The W K, TI vn a. arehu.e rent .._____________-.__-.______v_.______ 12211 Wannpfl Branch
: Starke one Ir Harry Stern' brldire" lumber _____._____.._...*._.....__._-._____ J No. 101 leaves Starke 7 a. m..
dinner guests of Mr. and Japanese turnip Is a new varietyfor C. A. Knlitht commln-lon. taxes --__...___._._.___..___________ 11.211
North Florida. It Is a very fine ll. M 1) Moody, tractor parts .__u___________..__________________ 80.00B44ngmaa No. 102 arrives 2:40: p. m. '
Vapory Thomas.Sv Cecil and has been Tractor Contractor parts .______.-_-..__.___n_____ 88784 T. J, Griffin, Agent.
J. Johns and Mr. vegetable producedIn Torode Chevrolet Company. repairs .__.______....._...__...-_-..-__ 7.BB 1
L Thomas all spent lasty large quantities In Georgia the Smith's Service Station' \ atippllesj. 1,00 S I

I I. C with his daughter, past few seasons. It ships and 1 / I I4fc Starke Hardware Compnny, supplies8.25 Closing of Mail
y .1volley, repairing _ ,
It here Lewis. cans well, comes on In a few weeks! O, C. Jonen supplies ___ ._______--_.._?___...-...__-_-----_- .45 Train No. 107, south, 10:20: a. m.
W. that MissThomas and has a delicious flavor. Edwards Oaraxe" spark plug _________.__,__.?-___________. .76 Train No. 108 north, 9:20: p. m. '4'1
are sorry to report h Itch's Service Station, supplies ______._.____._......._....._._. 14.10 Night mails close 6 7
has been on the sick o pEa lulf Ueflnlnir Company nnpplles _______.__.__._._.__._...._.___ 08,29tandard p. m. '
We hope that Mandarin Julington Creek Ij'c qRS gYegR sin f oil Company, supplies\ ..________.__._..__._.._..___-_. 4B\.DO Starke & Bell Branch:
the week. l boy "' Bank Starke. 433.38
I ----------------- ----- ------------ Mail closes 7 a. m.
east of Mandarin JtJ rllroll
Hi soon be out again. bridge just on ,: 2nd.:

Mrs. Jim Surrency and the Hastings Shands bridge road, lank of Starke, pay roll ._ _______________________.___._ SOI.40 Mail arrives 2:40: p. m.
I and J. W. who runs a store (>. Haynes, expensed Mav meeting ._________?--______________ 3 00 -
and Mrs. A. B. SurrencyfT Hughes, 'I W. 1 K. Torode, expenses May meeting .._____.___.._.._____.__,___ 8.00 Blue Bun Schedules '
Mallory Surrency all offir and fishing; camp, has three tame I., W. Son ell. expenses May tnettlnMT -________.._____.__.__..... 5,00 4
In our sec- otters that run about his house i SFron t'. A. Futch salary secretary May __ _________..____.___.__.____. 8000 Northbound: 8:51: a. m., 1:21: p.
were visiting C A. Fntch Incidental expenses _.___..I_________________ 2.67itarke 4:15 8:21 5:00 k'I' ;
night this week. and play with his dog and kittens. !; Telephone Company, phone service ..__........ __________ B5 m., : p. m., p. m., : a. I +

one and childrenke They come running when called 1 I'. A. Knight, commission on tax .__ .______..__..___..__ _____.__ 180 fi'
L Mack Hunter I Pitch's Service Station supplies ___.___._____.?*._._____________ 2t( ,ISlairv m.Southbound: 9:34: a. m. 11:34: a.
were called here last are very fond of fish and will allow !! Stern brldKe" h"h..r"C" 88,81 ,
City --------------
and Wednesday to the bedif one to stroke and pet them. Mr. lit. Ching. Tnbsel .-.e M RaW.w uw. Torod. Chevrolet{ :Company: repairs. _______.._._?___....________ 12 HOhi m., 4:31: p. m., 7:34: p. m., 12:47: a.

)' Lew- raised the otters from ba. ___ .._ .... __ _ -. -. I) Moodv.Tractor for irrftdnr A an Tickets and Information atSmlth's
,f her brother, Mr: Leon Hughes n. -- - - ;, c.'olnliA"-j;; ; ,rt" for tractor; ::::::::..::::::::: 158 6B :

bies. They are great pets and hun- Andurson'n laratte, repairs ..______ _____________________________ 270 Service Station, next to
o Is 11!. Winter Haven-City Commlstlon Contracts totaling $75.000 let by Anderson; Flros repairs B 76
A. 1. Green and eon. !Leslie dreds of folks who stop there pet awarded contract! to Seymour- Orange county board of commissioners A, Haft man, repairs -_-__-:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 2 00 courthouse. I'

fin section this week. and admire them. Mr. Hughes n. A. Itibrlcant Co, suppllewStandurd __ _ .___ _________________________ 18 00 .
our Craig Co. of this city for building for material for construction Oil Company nupplle. --..--___________,_____--_"______ 42.26lurirman
L' Ruby Shaw spent several does not have to keep them pennedor 10,500 square feet of new sidewalk. of Vlneland-Winter Garden fill It IteflnliiK (Company supplies ______________________________ 111.71| Qracevtlle..3.08ft bales cotton
I of last week In Green Cove tied as they are very tame and Hollywood-Ebsary Foundation road. W. E. Torode, warehouse rent. ___-________._____...?____.________ 10,00 ginned by local cotton gins up to '

gs. have the run of the house and Co. built 150 feet of relieving plat I Surfacing of link in state road Total'Disbursements ______________-___.__.._..._,..40811.116 recent date.DeFunlak.

and Mrs. J. B. Thomas and yard like a dog. They are pretty form on this side of slip at Port '' No. 1 between Chlpley and Cotton- UKCM'irl \'ra 0" Springs-.Drill of test !

Shaw were attending and sleek! and Mr. Hughes values 'I' January 1. 1111 1, amount on hand __.___? ._ .---$441231lanuarv : oil well here
Henry Everglades. dale completed. .' : I. 1931 outstanding warrants _______..... 11,65 reached depth of 2-
lilness In Starke Saturday. them very much.JacksonvillePlans. Mine 30, 1911! I, total receipts .__-______??___ 7784.21 810 feet. 1 i
I B. Thomas was attending i II'I'\'I'\IK\T: ('01 \'I'"' lit) 'III) OK IIOMI 'III! SIKKM"" : Of III! \I>P >1II1 .luna 30, 111.11: total disbursements ___, _.______-_ 408906 Apopka Consumer's Lumber '
R. ('01'1"'on: NIX Mt''lllN, KMtlMi .11'1-1 .Id'II June HO, 1911: outstanding warrants ._._.__.._.._ 'It,88 !
Lness In Starke Saturday. being pre June 30: : liquidator's i certificate ..___________ Co. resumed operations with small '
pared for construction of proposed .1'lime. 30, 191x1: \ llrndfoid County Hank' ______._.__ 346728 crew of men.
new parcel' building. I I G1F:111I.. Kl Ml- .F:('I'lVU'S: Amount to balance _____i_..._____--__..____--_____ 4780.901J,2SH.8U
post January 8th. 1 11)11.) tax<-H .__u_ .____f 824'49 Work will start soon on state ', Jx'
Plant City-Harrison & Head Jinnnrjr 14th, I 1911, tax rpri>mi>!loll" __ _. __- u_. _____ .-- 2 "4.Unitary $ $112.288 highway; No. 52 between Chlpley
HAMPTON Co., will fertilizer, insecticideand 2flth mil. KHS tax ... q__ _ ___ __________ u_, 22020Fwhruary I,' ,1
. open Bth, 10:11: taxes ___. __ __ .__ _-_n___. __ 254.nil June :10. 1911, amount on band ___________________4730.90 and Alabama state line.
HIM Ada NImmu, Co* crate material business here February 7th, auto license __ .. __ ___-.u_ ..._.___,_ ._. __ 8140.39 ATTliST: Luke Butler School board considering
soon. February 28th gas tax .__ __ .. .__.____ ____ __..______. ____ IKifiMarrh | >H. S, MATT1IRWS, Chairman. '"
61h.< NMl.: taxeH __ ___ __________ .___ .______. .._____ 213.OBMarrh <(<:.2' KUTCH, Secretary. addition to school house.
11 "h' IIL'aN tax __ ___ .""_ "_ u__. n____ 22481Manh Key Wext- ,Excavation completed '
L f B Hunt, who has been mil: tax redemption ..1___I"_______. "_ .______ 4 BO .
the guest of her aunt, March 28th. 11)11, tiuc redemptions --------------------- _...__n_ 10.05April :::.::.::+ Vni::::: :!., .'% ajv)(:;i bn: !( :NY* : ::4li.:. m'X, .:. \ : :,'.. ( at site' of new post office buildIng 61
.J 1 days \ ro : : : : ;
( 0\ : u
: '
'
61h, 1911 taxes .______ __________ __ __ 4illil, .. ,\" + .\ 1 4, .: .
:<< \ ,J
u -- -- "- ;'' _. ... ,. .. J. .
of Alachua returned Uth I' ', ' '- "'.-..'*,- -. ... ,, "' :I'm'WO $1i
IE.Redd OVER WORll'h April:; auto llrense -______- ___-____._________. -------- 1848' :: { " >:. :i
last Friday.L April Bth. 1811.: gas tax 1B4SH 4 tti
borne here .lJ -------- ---------------------- -- -- ----
r NERVES April Sth. 1931, guts tax .. ____ __ .. inns : *
her ---------- --- -- -- ---
L J. Priest returned to April 22ncl I 1931. tax redemptions 174 ., ), 1r
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week after a visit with May 2ml. 9:1JCR: tax . __ t" < The Shortest Thing ; '. 'tii
this -------------- ?------ - ----- J i
r ; 2.N. JJ
May 4th 1911: taxeH ._ 61 ; 1
In Starke. ---- ----- .-------- ---
fiand:! relatives May 11th. Id.I' I payment on truck __'---,--------_-____!- .I?_ 100 ....' 0 ,kfi
had as her guests! Slav nth, : auto license ____ lift : the WorldNo :
Pringle ----------------------------- "- .J.04. A 4:> m '
May Slitn, rns tax : T7S .IN :11
l of her --------------------------------- ----- i
week! two daughters June 2ml, 19.11, .tax"" _,_ ._ .. 602 1111 l ,
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--- --- ----- --- '
|South Florida. June/ loth, 1411.: auto llrensr l ; J87.1I1i
i and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan of June June 26th 17th 1931 1111.taxes.tax ,rsdempllon------------------------------ra.. tax I 275.91 1265 iM> not. gnufn eyelash nor a niomiilto's| whhlkt'r.t .- :)'."

.esM, were the guests of Mrs. June 26th, 1931' lax r.uleinptlons-:::.:::::::: ::::1IIIII-_.!_____ 13:8S : t IILW MEMORY t :.

(vans mother, Mrs. David as: Total rerrlpts n n. .__________. -$7784.22: :W::' T'i

.i.und Mrs. P. M. Taylor. Miss i JANUARY 6TK. 1931. """" IISKIIFV1'S ?;i ;.; You may have been in business for fifty years and .:,t.. '

o HaynoB Fxp r>ec meeting; __________________-_->b. .____-_$ 3.onW the know about It. But v j
\ Hicks Miss Murree Griff, I 13 Tomde, IxpenH Ilsremher meeting ____________- __on 31111 i if. > I people they forget-new customers (:; .

Frances Taylor and Mrs.. -J. A, Futrh. Hillary December ___ _________________________ .______ 8000 ':). are being born every minute and they grow up :':-
iulllvan Bank of Mtarke. pay roll n___ _______________________ .______ 900J VL )er
were visiting at China F. Collev trnptfir reputes'' _.. ___ __ ____.._, . '__u. KOTorode ::..,.:. and have to be told. .t...:,'.
It last Sunday afternoon.I /f' Chevrolet C'o. truck supplies _,- ____?*..*.. _--- ___._ 190If. @
r.Vall ; _ ::::: : :
/ pifinlinn on boncU 2& nn tor' :
.a Willie Mae Hinson, one of / 7tvC 1) C JnneH nails __ u _________,-___________.___-. ._______ 4 25 : A NOTE TO THE MRKCIIANTUnlrwi :' 'h:: ;
I Inching faculty at Brooker, ?q W. rj Tnrode, WarehouHe rent __ __n______-?___...__. ___.- 10 noHarry Renders
here last Friday af- .a Stern lumber __n__ ._?____________._.____.._> ._._ _______ 1121 :ii:':"': A> Instantly i ,
| slitting R. W. lliiyen, balance" on 1921) assessment ,,t 891 tF keep telling them by Advertising what : iI.
you a:
------------ ------- lovelinM ,'
m C. A. Knlitht. (' Cullm-tlon in November _______ 144.34 an irresistible; soft, pearly .
t and Mrs. L. A Wynn'were ITP TO your ears In work- FKMUUA11V. 3HI.IOi'ld.t ""f"- :g..' you hove to offer them the fellow who has only been In f.r" that will add years of youth

tong business In Jackson. every nerve at high tension. O Haynes. expense January meetlnir _______?___,____._--_-________ 3.011 80> 'yir i::: business fifty weeks and who advertises Intelligently .....:i. to your .ppeuranre. The effect ito v'" '
meetln
111I No wonder you snap at the wife W. F:. Torode' expenne January meetlnn ?-------y-_ n 5.00t :::! will to delicate and natural, the use ol
W. January the truth of It.
Saturday., I* Howell. expense -------------- prove you }
and bark at the children. '. A. Futch KKlnry. Hocietury January ___-.-.-..-_.__.__-n 110 b a toilet preparation cannot be detected
Weathersby and daughter Watch oat t Overworkednerves Bank of Starkspay roll ._ __._..-*__..__.____ 163- 94H 0! / Lasts thruout the day
the ping in Starke last Sat- O Wall premium on InHurane tin Instruments _____.___,._____ 111.H) : :
YOU MUST TELL
may lead to Sleeplessness Standard Oil ('0., Kim ._____ ____________.____________________ .. TIIK.M TO HELL TIiFM4'p' ;;r.H" without rubbing oil. streaking or
V Nervous Headache, Nervous D. <'. .Jones, supplies ....-.. __________-_____________ -_.____. 1.47A. showing the effect of moisture
fr and Mrs. K. B. Watterson, Indigestion and a host of M. Blanchard, Huppllea _____ ________________-_________.:..___ _-- 11.30
tie Mr' lOdwurdn' ilaraxe, spark plugs ___________.__.-_.__-______-- ___ 2.2nHltch'H OOURAUD
t guests of and Mrs. other unpleasant disturbances. Servli-e' Station Oil ._________________.._____-___.._____ 11.63 a'x(.IV erorysawu ... H rmlwet raiye/ONY4'
'.Bedenbaugh last Sunday. Why don't yon try Dr. Miles'Effervescent Hairy Stern bililne lumber ____________-..?*________________.. 21\.tlO +..;,...;ytlytaty.(n. AiiIM.:.;;" :..-*'%.,.: ;.,;...:':.r. 3M':;;t1'.,:' rrb'fin. y, ORIENTAL
', McGauley will preach at the Nervine Tableta? W. EJ. Torode, warehntiHe rent ________.____________ __-l .___ 1000 '
MARCH 4th. 19M: 1
t Baptist church of Hampton Just one in a half glass of O. Hayne- expense Kelirnary. meetlnir __%.__-_________ _-__-_____ 8.00 r CREAM 2 '
I Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30: water makes a pleasant spark- W. H!. Turode, expenses ebruury. meeting _-_____-___ __ __--_____ 300
ling drink delightfully soothing 1 I. W. Sowell F:xpenHeH Februitrv meeting _.__-_--..___- -__.._____ 500 WliN. risah an. RMh-t hsNOTICH ,
to over-taxed nerves. (1'. A. .Futrh salary Hucietary February __.-?____-_. ..________ 3000
r. and Mrs. L. J. Wynn were Dr. Miles' Nervine .is now Bank of Stnrhe, pay roll ____. ____ ___________________ .._______ 8400 -------.---. .- _. i
I ]>nvllumber .__ 340 SOIL ,
ors to Stnrke this week. made in two forma-Liquid and H f.'e\vIL"tI. auto .I Inmiranre-:::=:::::=,::::====:: = -=- S4,18Oulf : 05"TAX APPLICATION IJKK.I*

8 i large stave owned Tablet. Both have Keflnlnir gee ., .__ 4't! 41A
mill by Effervescent - ------ -- Notilcs Is hereby Riven, that Mae)
: : rnmmtsslntl: :::: : :::: :::::= 0 .
effect. 4 Knight, on taxes -_____ __. ._ -_ 2191W. n Wells, bolder of tax certifies !
an Waner Lumber Co., o* I the same soothing K. Torode warehouse rent .____________.__-____-h_______ 1O.00 No. 20. Bth day of August, A. It.IIU9 S
pa, blowed It's horse whistle I $1.00 at jour drag store Harry Ht 7th, 1911.O office and mad application farlax
Monday morning and began DR.MILESNERVINE' HayneM expenne March meeting _________.______- _________ deed to IKNU thereon In Bcunrd- } ,
perate for the first time Inlit W 13 Torode, expense !March meetlnir _____._-.__u__. ___- ____ ROil anus with law. Said certificate. ...n'Iora""H r
six months. U W. How..II. expense March meeting _________________ ..*---------S SS the following described prop
(1'. A. Futch salary Secretary March .______ '.?2 situated In llrndford county, t
-e ('. A. .Futch expense on tractor parts ___--r__________.._ --___ ....-- J.Aft erty Kliirlilit.. tu-wlf a '
o BtproofAddition to side- Il Bank of Starke, pay roll .-_ ._____--_____________________-r____ 828.16 HouthweHt inaiter of. "Southwestquarter .
In front H. C. Wall. Inmirance _____-____________________ --.1' ----- 34M19 of Southeast quarter e"et".n of Highland Hotel TABLETS __. _________ ... r. 18 HO
(4'. A. Knight tax collector -,-------- ------ ------- 14 Twp I South. Manse 22 IJu.t-IV ,
I'lng!( . .
eerylce 0$
( !tv l.ltfht Plnnt. water - -- ,
__ __ acres im
-- -
-- --
- u Th assessment of sold'
By L. F. Van Zelm r* the Hitlil, certlflcat I Unueil proiiertvnnd : wits >t<;rHullcltors

I THE lIArnTHING\ : ONiIAINSTREET' In the n,,",. of 8. 4'lliiu.
Unless. mild certlflcat shall to* i

.. . . redeemed auuordlntr to tax deed
,.. --------' hlil
.. DAY will Issu thereon on >, day of
NawCOMSE #' "fEAIi T" '1'.''.E- J = 25'O""E ONES! October, A. D. 1931
[ = Dated this 9th day of 8ept.inb' "r, !
till i 1uz AN' $EESE IS So 5oura THE'1 ==17 GONNA KNOCicM A. U. IICI1.

AIN ST STILL 9EEVEn DON'T DARE ,A CHIP ON THEIR T Er3, CHIP ANA O W. ALDERMAN! ,
"MAIN 5TCEFT'S AT EACe4 Clerk of Circuit Court
LOOK, AT A CjH0Ul 1rRS BLOCK BOTH Bradford County, ITlorldit.OK .
QIE"L'" NEWSPAPERNO OTNHR MILK BOTTLE OFF 9.11.at.10-fl. tIri
/ s

N1'IVFl: AI''I.If'\'fIO t
I PEACEIN FOIl -VItUKII ',

SIGHT POET Nolle Is hereby, ;; -given, that C.

r .,. T.etch bolder nf Tux,: Certificate No.
(g( BILLS Gal 0o p Y 2H7, the 61 h day of August A. 1). "
.i llli'J has. riled said certificate In my r '
olTIc and made application for tax f
Itu* deed to Issu. .* thereon In aixuirdnnt.
HE COMBE AND: with law. rlnlil cj-rtlflrate embraces 1
;) B-EEBE CONTINUED: )) the followlnir' ilm'rlbeil property sit./ b
unfed In II rail ford county, Florida,
ElQ LAST .F4Q.c; tl>-Wl t: t r

'OOuCM .r Northwest quarter nf Southwestquarter
I Hertlon 1(1( Twp., .6 "'South
To JHQW TUEII COMMPT -.J/- I tunny 14 Kitut 40 acres. +

FOR EACH OTHER Under.

"*f BOTH STAMPED Jrs? 41 fF'h'alt In the name of Mrs. I. A. KuhL ; d
II' / Unless said rertlflcat shall b. r.- k
THE PUDDLE A I sSI .jfl It,, deemed aronrdlnir to law tan deed
1>< P4<3-SEt) ON MAIN will Issue thereon on the 18th day
/ U. 1u of October, A. n. 1931.
GREET _
TODAY.ITIlIEi tinted this' tin day of fteptember.

... ."- .....,,.., _.04- # A. O. 1931. O. W. c

_. (Heal) ALDKRMAN a
-- Clerk "
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Court. rlritdford County, Florid. Ir

: A N THINCON MAIN STREET By L. F. Van Zelm lI.ll-lIt.lO.fI. 4

. I I......... .... I WOTICM Sf
sae ?.... In Circuit (C'ourt Hradford Coun


muily ) Uti A QUICK GLANCE OH YOUR AT RIGHT THeDIAGI'2AI"t // LL' I ty William lleula, Florida.(Sandy S. Dandy.Chancery.Complainant, Defendant. ,or


: WUL SHOW HOvX"COMBINATION M' 4 Order ill l'ubllr_.l..sj
STREET'ERFECT ( State of Klurlda to William a
NEw/4PAPER % $eAUTV NY Bandy:
v9ASHa It appearlnir. by afTM/ivll' duly fll. :
St. WET
PARLOR! or' In the above entitled cause that a
| BEAUTY SHOPS CAMINCOME WORKS SIMPLE ,YET 7$N the r..ldsnc* of "et..nd..ntVllllaYI. -j
c H Omi.ly. le unknown and that said I
INCREASE IT BRINGS\ RESULTS William 8. lundy Is over the ass + f
I EDUCING! I II ,41 NSAWROLLER. of xl years, K Is therefor ordered i ''
4HE LAW ejPRINd LARGE MA2 that you, William H dandy, be and
I KNOWS' NOTHING\ 01 THE IRON ( ye are .hereby required to appear to the ,
T. EDI40N! EI.UND bill or complaint In said sauce filed; ,
SMITH WORK\ '
( _
MANE LAUHT I2' >
HKulnet' for .
yuii divorce. cm or h. ,k
gTREE7$ BGY lt4VeNTO, HER -ALL SHE I KNOW* fore Monday, the 6th day of Oct.I', ....

IlOUl 5173! '1 i I"?i -DAY BY PAY IN . / A. U. 19JI olherwlth. allvicatlnfia 4
EARNING< e CwcA00 of said bill will b* taken a. r
DER C* ZVEI3Y WEIGH SNE P 1 ; 1'p ILL aon f..I.
ALL BEAUTY Y
It 1.I further ordered that this or.
IaOLOQ4 BY. ....q, LATEST GETTING TMIMHE AND ".r be published. ante a week for v
INENTiON.LIT,4 T.4INNEit lour consecutive' w..k. In Uradford
r2EAl1 ,
1 County: Telegraph a newspaper pub. ;
A' Few PuLLEY'J K. I I llsh'd tn Hradfurt County, Florida.I
ROPES Y Witness my hand and th. seal of '''
You CAN REDUCE r above named court this September lr' '
POUR, PlUMP 2nd,, 1931. y,
OISTOHEO (S. W. ALDERMAN
b PERFECT 3{,'* AND XX A. Clerk Circuit: Court, Hradford .4''' ;
A 1'f1C& IRONING ROOM Roots (Orlrlal Neal. ) County, Florida tG, ,1
BlJSINES" ONE LAuNDQY VeORK OR R fDuCIHG ROOM WASH ROOM KNIOI/T a KNIGHT,
THE SiDH. "' for
,L ... (e 'n4' AaeSrly' / Complainant.'I t 'I


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cionr BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, 81ARKB, F1X>RIDAiui _ _ _ _ _ _ FRIDAY_ t+ .
.-"","-,-";- ..-, ..-,._-,--,- .. -- - -.. - .. ..---- --- ---.... --_.. ..-- .-.- ------ --- ---- - .. --- - --- ---- ----.- .------------'I.. -------_ ____---. NPT@SIaPnanm ; -----.... '
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He was bawled out in the scorn gasoline levy jwiU not be known be ..Conductedon the same high. Memoru.
Bradford County TelegraphEstablished ful manner some of the czars of until new monthly reports have plan and:, for a. long- a t,rrams;\! Rehabilitation Mrs 0V Co!
p 1 From Other Pe'ns I the pavement adopt toward the been made. However'comparlson' they weret last!year V i.; X ;1 Hoover. Bry, t

I Ia 1877 yokel. But the county editor with the decrease In use of gaso- Monroe's superintendent, in one The Oteen ,
P1 t ''d't talked back. "You needn't get .o line this August and last August of his articles defending: his position Dyer. ??, ]fry

) : 44? Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class Schools of pharmacy are putting wise," he informed: the officer would seem to prove that people In using the county comrnls- Happening ,
the Post Office at Starke, Florida in a salad course this fall,-Starke "in our .town we've got an empty have determined to use less gaso-, nloners, referred to the Seaboard'snot ventlon and ,I', ',m DaUOllal
at
Matter wein
t Telegraph. Which shows they are barrel painted white, holding down line !In order to avoid paying the I having paid Its taxes and add-i cussed and plan, ? "ork "
really up-to-dateBron Jour the same kind of a Job you've got. 'higher tax. Perhaps it took seven, ed that the same thing may happen I ate made E. S. Matthews ______ ,_____________ Owner and Publisher nal. Kelllher (Minn.. ) Forum. cents to awaken them to the fact I in the case of the F. E. C. Railway, work.with POt! r,?, ,nc" oel\'

J. ,C. Robinson __ ___ _, ._____ ________ Managing Editor -0- '- 0- that they were paying a state tax.!l now that it Is in receivership. During the
Gasoline baa taken the place of The best deterrent against law Whether or not it Is true that the In view of the' parallel cases, It teases served jO"'a" ""'M,
L'
; SUBSCRIPTION KATE liquor aa a source 'of tax money.- breaking today would be that punishment increase In the tax Is responsible may shock our superintendent to teen member B eta! ours
Starke TelegraphBut not as a be sure. It is more Impor- for the decrease, In revenue, other I read the following paragraph tak- made \.PPl1cau\
''i Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable In :Advance source of Inebrlty.-Bronson Jour tant that punishment be sure than states) probably will consider a longtime en from the report of the Bradford;;! BuUer by for tout >ndie, from
i ( Application nal. that it be severe. A law breaker before they make an increaseIn county school board's proceedings The mPmberMhlp
; Advertising Rates on next
i1 'j ---o--- fears a law more If he knows. that the levy. The one month's loss as published In the Bradford Coun- 4th Wednesday! meeting WIU bt,
The depression has even affectedthe If guilty he will be sentenced to in gasoline tax levy Is almost ty Telegraph: home cf Mrs,, afternoon
I' You can't blame tramps for hunting Florida in winter size and number of fish fisher- prison, than he fears a law'under enough to pay for a 30-day session The millage asked for the Frank Hoover
men bring away.-Starke Tele which he might be sentenced to of the legislature at the rate it schools from the general fund was -*- -
q 1 0 graph. But not the size of the ones death If the odds are In favor of was going this spring.-Talalhas- : reduced from 10 mills to six mills. Births.
We should be thankful gnats arc not as large as elephants that got away.-Dade City Banner. his beating the law. Criminals are see Daily Democrat. ? But what Bradford county !Is Wateroak Mr. and Mrs George
'' -0--- gamblers with chance and do not o I doing Is being done all over the I Mr son Sept 18th.
The Starke Telegraphappears fear to take a chance.KelliherMinn. Mounting, Ever Mounting state with Monroe, so far as we tey and Mrs E E Bung

a tjl .. 0 worried because the expected crop ( .) Forum. (Key West Sunday Star.) have read, standing ,out as the I Mr.daughter and Mrs Sept 1 191h.
I J
i ; ;*F It is to the credit of this country that jobs are preferredto of gubernatorial candidates has not -p- The Titusville Star-AdvocaTe single Florida's exception. Starke, daughter Manning Sept 21-1
matured since the recent legislative Never before has the Florida I publishes figures, obtained from school costs that, un- Mr". and Mrs Le .
doles. session.-Bronson Journal. State Press Association performed the Blue Book of Southern Progress til this year, have been mounting, son, Sept. 22nd. Kersey
: : --0The -- the !ever! mounting, have been the object -
: i' 0- outstanding work that has showing that the public
i i writer who declared womenof been'dbne under;, the leadership of I schools in Florida cost more than of editorial comment all over
local politics will warm up with the coming of the state. The OLI> DARKEY
Perhaps two
are following
today showing more backbone H. H. Hudson, of the Titusvllle : twice as much for each pupil as para I'.ISSF.BI
cold weather. | must have spent his. vacationat Star-Advocat, this year1. At a the schools of Alabama, South graphs from the Avon Park Pilot
the beach.w-Starke Telegraph.And meeting of officers and directors Carolina Tennessee and Mississippi are the "hottest" we have run James McFashlon an old c
o seen things; even if be' .didn't held in Lake Wales. Saturday and mofe than three times as across: citizen of Starke passed
The seven-cent gas'! tax is not keeping the hitch-hiking do 'em'too.-Bronson Journal .members of the executive board much for each pupil as the schoolsof Every day's perusal of the "exchanges" Thursday morning follow,
short
-o-- drove front( Starke, 'Jacksonville Georgia.The brings new evidence of Illness, death being ,_
tourists away. Women kiss each other these and Live Oak on the north, and Star-Advocate asks this the fact that Florldans are wakIng by a stroke. Funeral service
PY 1T, 0i days to find out what brand of from as far south as Estero with question "Are the people of'Flor up to the high-handed lootingof heW at the Baptist ':hurcb hi
cigarettes they use, says the other from both coasta and the taxpayer's pocketbook that coin City Thursday afternoJ
i want cattle to be fenced they call for a no- men ida justified in objecting to school ,
When they o'clock
KSSl Stark Telegraph. And tell us, the central part of the state. expense?" and then, in a vein of ia going on in the name of educa-
3',. r fence election. then, why do men kiss women fLake Clermont Press. admirable satire, replies In part: tion.The "" S
d u o Wales Highlander Curiosity. ----a- "If we believe with some school debunking of the educational Co.Apopka resumed- Consumer'witH L
-0--- Along the pathway of life are officials-:that any expense is justified racket ia spreading-the latest crew of men.operations
? Hoover's prosperity has covered the farms with weeds The Starke Telegraph says the found numerous "Don't Park" as- long as it is aimed to benefit example coming from Leon county -
a P }, and mortgages. quickest way to get over worrying .plgna. There Is also found an occasional :"the children who will becomethe where the county commissioners -
; about bills is to pay them. Prob- sign, "Keep to the Right," men and women of Florida to- have passed a resolution for-
j o ably so. But how in the world "Drive 'Slow, Narrow Bridge," morrow," there is no justification mally calling upon the school
r' The new documentary stamp law will make some notes are you goin' to do that unless 'Soft Dirt," and even.an occasional in It, and people who have spokenup board to revise its budget and
you have something to pay with.- "Keep Cut Out Closed." A neigh- against school costs should go Jower its tax; levy in proportion to
worth 10 cents. Bronson Journal. wring editor tells of a couple back home and sit there, just pay the Increased state aid to be re-
caught by the, police out in Lover's their taxes and leave all of the ceived.
Mere man thinks he does the Lane. The boy cautioned the girl business of getting and spending
There will be a lot of gas wasted next Monday before the ropoding when he is only doing not togive her real name at the school money up to school offlc-_ /AMEKICAN! -0--LEGION AUXILIAUV

supreme court when the gas case comes up. the talking.-Starke Telegraph. police station.. When the police lals and never whimper again. MEETS IN -
So? Well, at that he does sdme- asked the boy his name, he said it But the Star-Advocate main- LAKE BUTLER
.i o times have something to do with was Ben Loving The girl came tains, after- referring to the cost -'
t"': ;. Ocean becoming almost too common to putting the. deal over.-Bronson through wlU 'hers as Ann Howe., of education in other southern Mesdames G.: W.. Coleman and K. '
flyers are appear
1 1 ournal. Kelliher. (Minn.) Forum. states, that the people have a rightto G. Duncan were hostesses Wed- ofDark
on the front page, unless they manage to get lost. -- ---o= object, and then submits this nesday afternoon to the members
l 0- Fort Meade reports the first ripe Dr. Maxey'b'ell> ,, who represented table in substantiation: of the American Legion Auxiliary.
strawberry. Starke Telegraph. Alachua county in the 1931 upper Alabama, No. pupils, 635,290; The meeting was called to order
Tickets for college football games are about the only Where have you been, Robby? : house at Tallahassee,. is ambitiousto costs, 20121901.00; cost per pu- by the president Mrs. L. D. Vining.
F' 2E items that do not show a decrease in price this year. Wauchula reported ripe strawberries represent the second district of pil, 3167. Mrs. K. G. Duncan acted as chap- Eye Shadoare
1i ---0 on Thursday, August 13th, Florida In the lower house at 'Georgia No. pupils, 704,936; lain and opened the meeting with invisible under the end
brought In by Mrs. R. L. Wallace., Washington.'In order to fulfill that costa, $$17,741,09900; cost per pu- prayer, followed! by pledge of allegiance film of seductive beauty imp-; :
Old-timers say present day singing over radios is'no. --Wauchula Advocate. ambition Dr. Dell must out-cam- pil 2516.: to the Hag and the pre- to your skin and complf.

i : ? .worse than what they used to have across the bars.. ---o-- I algn> one Lex Green and the mere Mississippi, No. pupils, 603,033: ; amble. They need no longer age your!
The tact' that Dr. Dell The roll call and minutes of pearance or detract (fmm
quickest way to get over, served In the costs, 18162198.00; cost per pupil the
o worrying about bills Is to pay state senate and his votes on re- 3000. last meeting were read by the sec- charming }youthful bea ty
i Uncle Sam should borrow all this money going to foreign them. Bradford County Telegraph districting the judiciary, abolitionof South Carolina, No. pupils, 416,- retary, Mrs. J. L. Simmons.A may to easily possess!!! thru
Yes, this works the county officers' fee splendid report of the following GOUQAtC'SORiENY4l: )
plan well systemand 275; costs, $13,774,672.00; cost per ,
) countries and it in building plan.
{ country-wide
use a
g tor the creditors other reform committees
to. were
And after measures are so pupil, $35.12.Tennessee: given:
;i ''i i, .---0_----.- all he does most of the worrying. available for use as campaign ammunition No. pupils, 676,421; Americanism- -Mrs. Vonda In- '

i ''k Survey shows little boys talk more than little girls. But Apopka Chief. i places him under a costs $22,768,36900; cost per pu- man.Gold II CREAM
,I at the Star--Mrs. Lula
--0-- handicap start.-Ocala Star.o pil, 3366. Hutto.
L'; White, Flesh ind R..h.'Shod
the cannot maintain the they older
boys pace as grow Delray Beach editor says the! -- --- Florida, No. pupils, 361,357; Memberships-Mrs. D. T McGill.
o reason the late creations are called Dr. J. Maxey t tell; of Gainesville costs $30,460,813.00, cost per pu-
pajamas ia because It wouldn't be senator from,Alachua county, has pil, $84.29.
f Ex-Governor Catts may not have nine lives but he seems polite to call them pants.-Starke announced hltifntentlon of running And follows up with these comparisons -

;, to have the ability to escape at least nine court charges.. Telegraph. By no matter what against that good fellow Lex Green of the ever mounting cost
I ; name you call 'em. they are justas for congress. We don't know a of public' schools In Florida:
o useful and comfortable.-Bron- whole lot about Dr. Dell, but we Year 1900 No. pupils, 108,874; SPECIAL!
//:1: Sun-back dresses have been blamed for lots of things, son Journal. do know that he has his hands full expense, $766,00000; cost per pu

: : : and they have added the present price'of cotton to the list. -- in a race with our Lex. Dr Dell pil, 704.
Free wheeling is furnishing waa also a member of the lamented Year 1910 No. pupils, 148,089;
i 0yp highways for trucks to wheel their legislature. If the Doctor is a bet expense, 1,773,000.00; cost per pu-
loads from one center to another, ter man than Mr. Green and more pil $11.91.Year FRIDAY-SATURDAYSept.25-26]
Well these times having effect in direction I
+ are an one ,
-Starke fully
,, Telegraph. And buying qualified to fill this high and 1914 No. pupils, 117,134;
not so many babies are being named Hoover' according. to all their gas at the big centers and :' honorable position, he should be expense, 2335000.00; cost per pupil -
Avon Park Times editor not spending a cent In the small elected. Personally, we think that 1568.:
c ounties. Blessed ia him who hath,' ..ex Green, as,9. true representative Year 1924 No. pupils, $266,318; 1 DeWITT C. JONES HARDWAf\
0- for to him shall be added to what of the masses of the people In this expense $12,398,90200; cost per ,
he has.-Bronson Journal. I district, will be hard ,to beat.-- .
With its last!'! issue, the Dade City Banner concluded pupil, $46.55.Year
-p- i' Macclenny Press Dr. Dell will I Disston and Atkins Hand Saws.
1928 No. pupils 361,357; Ship
of strenuous service. The Banner has always
"twenty-six
years You Said A Mouthful probably be sleeping In the
given Pasco county a creditable paper. The old Scotch: lady said; "Hus-I:i beside the daisies, politically, when dell pupil expense$84.29.The 30460813.00. ; cost per I I 8 pt. 9 pt. 10 pt., 26 inch $$2.98,

bands> are very much like false I Lex Green gets through with him. ( figures for 1930, the Star- !
o teeth. They are mighty hard to Bronson Journal.It . Advocate explains, are not avail- Hand made Hickory Axe Handles isI
Clermont Press has discovered that a gossip is a tale get and they are a deal of trouble able yet.)
A bearing animal. Quite appropriate, then, is the scientific when ye once get them; but they now appeal a that the state Two weeks ago the Sunday Star I Red Cross Toilet Tissue _ 5 for!25i
,
leave an awful revenue from the
blank behind them seven cent gaso- mentioned that the superintendent
name of the common American skunk-Spil-o-gale. when they're gone." line tax In August Is $82,008.37 of schools In Bradford Edison Mazda
lees than the county had i Lamps _____ _ 6 for $$1.0
---o--' revenue from the declared
l yr + o- that, though the school
"{ Madison Enterprise Recorder six-cent tax In July, a lows of more board had not received its of
part
? I'':: ,: Newberry had a public funeral the other day-citizens editor Informs his readers that he than estimated by the Democrat the taxes from the Seaboard Air i Stirrup Leather, per pair ___ _ $$1-25

1 i giving all old tin cans a decent interment, and at the same Is back from the seashore with a Friday. Whether this Is directly Line Railroad, which la In receivership (Guaranteed
blistered back. And resultant from the increase ) 50 yd. Apex Casting
p time assuring a smaller supply of pesky mosquitoes. that represents in the the schools under him wouldOa' r
,1_ the total sum of what he had _.L.-_ __ a ... Line .,.1._.
---- .. ----- --
-
to ---- --
0 say about the beach.-Starke -- - -- -- - I ------ -

1 Henry Ford says he is not interested in money, and the Telegraph.newspapermen A very are supposed sad case.to And be I j (Guaranteed) 50 yd. Black Waterproof -

Tarpon Springs Leader wants a purchaser of one of Hank's trained In the power of observa- s i Line _ _______ 75j
gas buggies to skip a payment and see what happens tlon.--Tallaha, see State. '. I
-0Strange :!j, Akron Plueger Reels _ $4J
0 things will happen.. New .+. ____

,a.. i ril Leesburg Commercial cannot understand why corn, unprotected Jersey l a team man was of horses arrested while for under drlvng ; 1 i South Bend Anti. Back Lash Reel I$$4'I

a; 1 'F r by the farm board, is comparatively higher priced the influence ot'IIQuor.-Bradford 0000 O p0 I I
Water,
,,,t i. than wheat or cotton. Corn is more easily converted into County Telegraph: That' nothingwe . . I Hose, per-ft. _-:...;,:i-_____
heard the other" day of a man '1'
mash than cotton or wheat. I
Brillo
Household
being arrested for Cleanser
driving a team per pkg.
of horses under the Influences of '
y P o iquor." -South Jacksonville Her- .i I No. 2 Lamp Shades 2 for I Ii
Pi _
i !. ald. ____
have in
The 7-cent gasoline tax is reported to brought

less money in August than the 6-cent talc for the same month Virginia-peach--growers are :In Our Fireproof Vaults I i No. Lamp Burners, 2.for _-_____ _
last Unlike most taxes the tax is one the consumer -
year. gas iwapplng their fruit for wheat, Rim Knob
!
can and will regulate-by parking the old bus in the garage two bushels of peaches for one of Locks, 35c, 3 for ____ $1'

for, longer periods. wheat. The government: has started Tp be sure, many of your possessions are Water Glasses 1Ot
swapping wheat for Brazil 3 for _
coffee ________ _
0.- reviving the old-tome custom, covered by insurance there i
; yet are bonds
when money was shy, of trading Compass Saus._ _ _[ ___ 59!
Citizens of one town objecting to the proposed abandon goods. Starke Telegraph. Which documents and priceless heirlooms in every t ": -.-

ment of their branch line railway, tells:!! his readers to fight Isn't so bad a custom after all, if

s such abandonment because of the money the railroad brings a Bronson little cumbersome Journal.A at times ;family that are quite irreplacable. 40 PER CENT OFF

1 to that section. The article did not tell the best way to prevent -o----- Don't'take a chance on losing these valuables On All Ingersoll Clocks and Watches
4 t such abandonment-give the line the local business. perfect town f is that In which ,
you can see farmers and laborers fire .
through or theft. A box in our Cup-Saucer 2
o patronizing their home merchants '. and Plate _._ .
- -
- --
:and the home merchants de' oth'vault Cup and Saucer I5c
patronizIng them
safety protects
If the supreme court holds the gas tax division uncon home farmers and laborers. perma - -- -

: stitutional Governor Carlton should call an extra session sole- All animated by a spirit that they nently. i t Ice Tea Glasses, 3 for, --"- 25c

!.i ly for passing a general sales tax, reducing the gasoline tax will than not can purchase be purchased articles at abroad home. !, Durham Duplex Razors __I_._ 50c

to three cents and empowering counties! to protect their investments The spirit of reciprocity results every ((10 Blades Free)

t in roads by limiting the use of them to vehicles time In making a town a perfect The BANK of STARKE I Kelly Hatchets $100
: one in which to1 live and do -------- -
over a certain weight. If road 13 is a county road and not a Water 30cDeWTTT

{ k state road, as John,, Mathews claims, then the county commissioners business inMacclenny.Presa.o- --. AN HONOR ROLL BANK Mops _ _________. _

should] levy a toll on every bus and truck operat A neighboring country editor onto E. S. Matthews, Pres. R. J. Davis Caahier

i apt ing for hire out of Duval county. Duval county baa a toll 1 .,town his, came first near motor running trip to over a thtraffic big Safety Deposit Boxes Provide Safety C. JONES HARD\WA

q.r r.r bridge on a state highway, Bradford can follow her example. cop at the Inter.McUoa. ,


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