Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: October 9, 1931
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04832
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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187? Subscription-For Year $1.50; Six lonths, 75o-Payable in Advance E.. S. Matthews Owner and Publisher ; t tqj

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Samples of the 1931 production Tallahassee, Oct. 2.-The Florida 111 111Ir;
Hold I SessionThe 40 StatesVill\ I
5t 1931 Home of Union County Club boys and The board of bond trustees of railroad commission yesterday authorized -
In the fifth of 19 rail and express -
girls were on display Bradford county, Florida, met Oct cloning
annual Union County 4-H Club 6th, In regular session! with the agencies in the state. The '
Game Saturday Contest at Lake Butler high school board of county commissioners following members present: E. S. Board met October 5, In regular commission's orders were Issued Meet In Ocala f

building last Saturday. The con- of Bradford county, Florida, Matthews, chairman: 'O. Haynes,, session with all members present. after a series of public hearings on ,
test wa largely,attended by both met In regular session Monday, October W. E. Torode and L. W Sowell. Minutes read and approved.Bus the applications.In %
at club members and people of the 5, 1931. with all members )Minutes of the last meeting were drivers were paid and all some cases'the closings were State foresters from 40 states I
L Meet" Tarheel Team city and county, and the exhibits present as follows: J. L.. Underhill, approved.The other bills held until final arrange- for part of the year only and in where the forest service has been
1 OolnenUlte Stadium drew much favorable comment. chairman; J. M. Rosier, G. W. Hin- board authorized Mr. Torodeto ments can be made for the year's others authority to close was conditioned organized in cooperation with Iii,
Winners in the year's activities son, J. G. Crews and R. T. Osteen. have plans and specificationsmade finance of the schools. on the carrier keeping a federal. government will gather at '4
Llred its startling 34 to 0 selected. Bus drivers were notified to con- caretaker at the agencies to handle
were Minute of last meeting were for building a bridge across Dcala for a business meeting in
Ker N. C. State, the Unl- The morning was occupied by the' read and approved after makingone New River at Dukes Ferry. This form strictly to regulations and to any business offered the com- the interest of forest conservation i'

Sty of Florida 'Gators are pro- boys and girls In placing on exhibit amendment as follows: being a joint bridge between Brad- not transport anything but school pany. work on November 19. .'
Led In readiness for their opJt the products of their year's work. I. The minutes as printed for Sep- ford and Union counties, the plans children in the county buses. The Railway Express Agencywas the annual
of 1931 at home, schedfsaturday The principal features of the boys' tember carried millage for fine and will be submitted to the board of After attending to routine mat- allowed to close its Sorrento convention, andtwill begin on ''i

on "Florida Field". show were approximately 30 ex- forfeiture fund as 4 mills and for Union county for-fcp' ,jvroval before ters, the following resolutions were office and maintain a seasonal for- the 16th, with a tour of this state '"
I the strong University of hibits of corn, and a number of, outstanding Indebtedness fund as 2 any action will be.taken. adopted by the board. warding agency from December to lasting two days prior to. the business I(
i Carolina Tarheels In opposi- fine fat barrows and gilts. Out- mills and was corrected to read 3 A request was made for a road First, resolved that the board of April each year. It was denied meeting In Ocala. State Forester y
standing exhibits in canning and mills for fine and forfeiture fund from road 6 to New River church. public Instruction of Bradford permission to close the'' Altoona Harry Lee Baker of Florida ,t1''
i game will be called at 3 sewing were shown by the girla. 3 mills for outstanding Indebtedness The board agreed to have the county recommend that all teachers and McAlpln agencies.The is arranging tho program, one that
k and Indications point to a The boys' exhibits were Judgedby fund. grader crew do the grading if the working in said county duringthe Live Oak, Perry and Gulf Is said to be crammed full of Interest rJ
d of 10,000. Excellent ticketsbe R. W. Blacklock and W. T. Net- Bond of A. S. Crews as Notary Interested parties would furnish term 1932.33 have a first railroad was granted authority to and activity from the time j
available at the last miner tles of the State Extension Ser- Public was approved.The the right of way and have it cleared grade certificate, its equivalent, or close its agency at Day. the delegation reaches Jacksonville ;"

university authorities county attorney was Instructed .- / better. The Atlantic Coast Line railroadwas on the 18th until the party ,
[ today, as Florida's handsome vice.Names of the boys and girls to look after the interestof Mr. L. W. Sowell submitted his Second, resolved that the board allowed to close agencies at reaches Ocala. oj.!

stadium dedicated last No- scoring highest will be announcednext Bradford county In a foreclosure resignation as a member of the of public instruction of Bradford Altamonte Springs Grand Island, From JacksonvUle the party ;,l ll,

!Jer, has a seating capacity of week. suit of the Federal Land Bank ol board of bond trustees, of Brad- county, authorize or employ Quig- Flnellas Park, Glenwood, Winston will leave by bus for a 75-mile excursion. ,V
interesting et The ley & Davis to proceed at once to and Worthington Springs on condi- the state nursery"
In the afternoon an Columbia against J. M. Truby, ford county. same was accepted visiting
o i J.i entire South was stunned by program was given by the boys als, on State Farm Road. by the board. make necessary repairs to the tion It provide these places with at Raiford, the Olustee monument ,I
argin of Coach Charlie Bach- and girls In the school auditorium. Bob Melvin was stricken from Mr. H. P. Galney of Brooker was Bradford County High School and caretakers to handle express and the Osceola national forest experiment ''VI;{

'I initial victory against the Following the program by the boys the pauper roll, he having moved appointed by the board to fill the the' addition to accommodate the telegraph matter stations, model turpentine i-:
t. State Wolfpack. With sopho- and girls, talks were made by state from the county. unexpired term of L. W. Sowell, pupils of said school; and Roy Ed- stills, and other points of Interest -

.. leading the procession, the extension workers and the prem- Dr E. L. Biggs, by E. W. Hayes resigned. wards is hereby employed to re- along the route. A pleasure
.... American Legion
da team ran rampant to tally ulms were awarded to the winnersby offered to buy state tax certificates ? pair heating system of said school. tour to Daytona Beach and St. Augustine ,
touchdowns and thoroughly County Agent Dyer and Home on lands known as the R., L. Black : .I All work to be done under the supervision District Convention as well as a visit to the

t team that was the pre- Demonstration Agent Miss Pearl lands in Range twenty-two Dear Tornadoes Play of Frank Frimmer, and famous Sliver Springs near Ocala
e favorite to win. Jordan. Lawtey Florida;; agreeing to pay, said repairs to be paid for In Feb The next American Legion convention will provide entertainment.Prior .

_et" Buck, flashy sophomore The agents are encouraged by $2615.42 or 20 per pent of face and nary 1932.. of Second District is tc to coming to Florida, the l
terback: fired the shot which the larger number and better qual- subsequent taxes, which 'actually; live Oak Today No further business the board be held In Gainesville on Sunday, visiting forestry experts will spenda
ched the devastating Florida ity of exhibits this year. figured out $2607.40. After con adjourned meet the first Monday in Oct 18. This Is expected to be one day In Georgia. Several gover
i when he streaked 75 yards siderable discussion the matter was -...., .November. of the biggest meetings held In the' nors have been Invited to Florida

ugh t the Wolfpack host to giveda Must License put to a vote. Mr. O. W, Hlnson The Tornadoes wIn{ play the Live I 'district up to date, as there many along with the forest service com-
an advantage she had Pay moved to accept the offer of Dr. Oak "Rattlesnakes"1, Live Oak JACKSONVILLE WOMAN Interesting things to come up and missioners.
kgled for through nearly two Before November, 1 Biggs which motion was secondedby today, INJURED: IN ACCIDENT much business to be disposed of at --- .
Triers.. In quick order the R. T. Osteen. The vote was aa The' Tornadoes 'will have a ---. well as a big dinner to be eaten '
fora ran and passed their way In the interpretation of the new follows: G. W., Hlnson yes; R., T I, chance to show their metal In this Jacksonville, Oct. 6.-Mrs: De- ;So; come on all you Buddies and! GIVES RULE OF

i tremendous victory. store tax law it Is set forth that Osteen voted, yes; J. G. Crews game' because Live Oak has a Witt Davis, 2145 Ernest street, i ia la let's go--and have a good time POSTING LANDS t;
}tball> critics regard the Sat- when merchants fall to procure licenses voted no, J. M. Rosier voted no, speedy and heavy ,team, that has critical condition in the Alachua All members of the Jones-Lang. +f
jay opponent of the Orange ande before the 31st of October The vote being thus tied the chair made a fine showing this season. County Hospital at Gainesville aa : ford-White Post that can attend Genernl Htututp Protect Owner u

e one of the South's out- that it is the collector's duty to man J. L. Underhill voted yes, and If the boys whip them they will be the result of an automobile acct .notify N. Walnwrlght, Jr., b:} Against I'oHohlna If Properly
ding football teams of 1931. notify such delinquent by registered then declared the motion adopted.The better prepared for their future dent near Starke about 0 o'clockSaturday noon of Oct. 17th. (Signed !
i University of North Carolina, mall on or before the 10th day following bids to furnish games. Coach Lovell has put his afternoon.Mrs. i -- U

ugh i beaten 13-0 by Vanderbilt, of November and he must collect, wood for the court house and Jail: boys through some tough and hard Davis, accompanied by Mrs. : LOCAL WASHINGTON According to C. C Woodward.
e ample evidence of their pow- In addition to the license fee, 25 as per specifications set out in practices this week, preparing Arthur Darby, 1321 Cherry street, BICENTENNIAL COMMITTEE state game and fresh water fish

I and In Branch and Slusser, willt per cent additional. minutes of September 7th, were received them for their hard, fight Mrs Norton Davis, this city, and BEING FOKMEU commissioner, a number of incjhtr.f
t on Florida Field two backs Any person violating the provisions : W. C. Clemons $6.00, J. A, and he Is confident .they FrldaY'1 Miss Dorothy Simpson of High -- ies are being received at the department x'

arded as In a class by them- of this act shall be deemed J. McKinney $6.00, C. B. Pltzei the game. I Springs, was enroute to Gainesville With the appointment of Len- office from those who
ha. It will mark the first time guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon $5. O, Morgan Lee $5.50, H. D. May; I and in attempting to pass I a thall Wyman as chairman the wish to Post their lands against
t: the Tarheels have appeared conviction thereof, shall be fined in $5.28 Gerald.Adkins, $5.21SE.. E i STUDENTS PLEDGED: truck; crashed into a telephone formatlonof a committee to observ hunting. ., '
|c.alnenUle, and the second time any sum net less than $25 and not 'Lee $500, John Magyari $5.00,, i the 200th anniversary of George The game com t sloner states
i two Institutions have clashed more than $100 and each and every Lewis demons $4.75, J. A. Two girls from Starke were pole.The car was driven by Mrs. Da Washington's birth is under way, that while the game laws offer no i
1/oottuE In 1921, in a post-sea- day such violation shall continue ard $4.50, C. M. McKinney How-I, among the 265 students pledged recently vis, who is* the mother of Norton Other members already serving are protection to the land owners In
i fray, Florida lost to Carolina, shall constitute a separate and distinct Arch Prevail I to the nineteen 80roritieSI of Florida stu
W. R. Crawford $4.00, Davis, University Dr. G. H. Lowry, representing the this respect, there is a provision
|to 0. offense. It is the tax collec- $4.00. 'I' at the Florida State College' for! dent, who was killed In an auto Business Men's Club and also the In the general statutes that does.
tor's duty to report violations to '. On motion, which was carried,, Women, the Pan Hellenic list of mobile crash early In June. She Starke Ministerial Association, Section 7373 of the compiled statutes -
the county prosecuting officers in Arch Prevatt was accepted -I pledges shows. They are Alice I suffered broken bone anda that
KCOENNY GASOLINE i the bid of a pelvis Mayor H. C. Wall and Postmlstrem of 1929 provides un-
I PRICES DROPPED MONDAY writing and, on failure to do so, he and he was notified of same. Fernandez who was pledged to the. fractured shoulder blade. Mrs. H. H. Young. All patriotic, fenced lands upon which game
Is subject to removal from office. W. M. Hodges asked to have hit Alpha Delta sorority and Hazel The other occupants of the car civlo and fraternal organization birds or animals are being propagated -
Jfawlenny Oct. Following Applications must be made under: allowance raised. Same was re Adkins to the Zeta Tau Alpha sor' received minor but painful injuries. have been invited to appoint someone may be legally posted rP
oath and full details of the business ority. Both girls are graduates of, r l
fused. the against
them com
to represent on
i of a retail war
gasoline price must; be supplied. A filing fee of The application of Mary Norton the Bradford. County High Schoolof mittee.. The boundary lines must be

retail gas prices morning droppedcents I 50o will be charged with each ap- for pauper allowance was refused,, Starke. I SALE OF STAMPS REACIIES $UOOO This movement, sponsored by the marked with signs, conspicuously u
on Monday
to The sororities at the Florida "
In home with relative of not less than
1 It Is plication she having a federal government through a commission placed at intervals
now selling for 18 cents -
charges.A to be able to take care ol State College for Women are ruled' warning that /i
supposed authorized by an act ol 200 yards, giving
> puts a more Purchasers of the new documentary
on witha
for stores the Pan Hellenic' Association h'
state tax of $5 by Is .
the prohibited.It
and headed by the president hunting on area
aI 1 congress!
; which the 1931
price level with Jacksonville.
not In excess her.Blanche Is of F
stock valued Robinson asked for an composed representatives is nation wide in Its scope further provides that not more
s laid that the shall be attached
Macclenny was of 25 legislature provided ,
$1,000, with a county tax allowance. She was Instructed to from each social sorority on! Each community Is forming its than 640 acres In one tract may
1 place that received this cut, in state tax, will be citizens the The Pan Hellenic Association to nearly all legal and
the the
cent of campus.
signed by and that no
per petition be posted person
ch all the get a Instruments own committee to lay appropriate so
bigger companies negotiable
additional $looo'sin has for ,its'* the
On City and sur purpose
charged. of Sampson commemorating the Father or corporation shall post more
k plans
i Part 25 will have to get
tax on September ,
state of fraternal conditionsand
value of stocks a country. bettering It Is provided -
rounding the idealiwhich than such area.
and one
i It was, here had to best can In those our Country
people pay of 75c along as
tax the advancement '
of $3.00 with a county Mrs. Katie Dean was placed upon coopera- he personified that notices shall be stamped ;
| for gas and could drive will be charged. month. tion between the :Miss counties where no regular dealer
thousand dollars roll at $3.00 per groups. in black letters uponboards'
per the pauper i or printed
1 a few miles over a paved road Each additional store will pay The reports of county Judge: Elizabeth Markey, of Tampa, a for the stamps have been appointed .

[Han]! Haven and buy it for 15PI $10.00 state tax with a county tax home demonstration agent and Jail member of the Alpha Omicron PI according to the comptroller's FALLS UNDER TRAIN, It Is made unlawful to hunt upon

t& a fallen, thus saving six of 25 per cent and a tax as above inspector were received and ordered sorority, is president of this organization department. LOSES BOTH LEGS lands posted in such manner, The
This was having its effect Around $15,000 In new revenue
thousands the 1931-32 -
forth an additional for year tine
set filed. maximum penalty provides a
local dealers, who In turn madeoud I has already been received from train Z
of dollars of stock. Mr. W. McEver appeared before and Miss Mary Lou Sanderson of Thrown a moving of $100 or 80 day's Imprisonment.
[ ch probably is the cause of the TO SCHOOL I the certificate and pay all subsequenttaxes sorority, secretary and treasurer comptroller's office, It was said. coal, a young man giving his name
p. ADDITION 16 acres of land In section The present sorority system of Many business firms, principally as Harry Kerns, of Washington, D ASK: FOR RULING ONCOOFEKTIVE ;
'ker county set a new record in STARTED 20-7-21 on at 33 1-3 per cent of face the Florida State College for Women banks and realty firms and those C., lost both legs early Wednesday TRUCK'

ales during August with sales started- this week on! and taxes., His proposition was was Installed on the campus,In dealing largely in negotiable instruments morning when he attempted to "
[over 69.000 gallons, and with Work was have forwarded their at of the rail Court Decide On transportation -
school accepted by the commissioners 1904 when the Institution was coeducational catch a freight one May
cut of three cents a gallon the new addition to the high unanimously and recommended to under the name of checks for a supply, preferring to road crossings In Waldo. He was Question :

uId beat this record during the building, present plans providingfor for his acceptance. Florida State College. pay cash rather than open an ac- brought to Dr. Mlddleton's office In -
of two large, Comptroller i
construction the
''nth of September. the were placed upon count for keeping up sales records. Starke where he was treated and The Florida supreme court may
the north wing The following
class rooms on widow's pension roll for four commissions due me as tax asses Immediately rushed to St. Luke's be asked to decide what kind of k ,
These roomswill
lESs I DIES FROM WOUNDS: I the present take care building.of the classes now the months: / sor for assessments of real and per- DON'T DESTROY MINNOWS hospital Jacksonville. His condition license fee or other state tax must,
auditorium, the Mrs. Chess Padgett Lawtey, 1 sonal property In the above countyfor was reported Wednesday be paid by an association: of Individual -
Ua Farmer of the Brooker having to use the $3.00.Mrs. the tax roll year J93J. for the Most people have noticed In freshwater night as serious.CUARLE8 merchants who Join la purchasing
this filling child
large enrollment year and lakes what I* motor
streams and a
4-chU- operating
UOII Starke following"bon4a..wbich
a A. 0V Brown,
negress between 65 andJUrI the building
of every ,room commissions have Bat*been paid to known as "top minnows" usually McCALL DEAD truck to haul merchandise from
ace died Tuesmorning the use siren, $12.00.Mrs.
from a bullet early wound to capacity auditorium and compelled to handle the : Emma"" Thomas Lawtey 1hid. me by the county, trusteesor thought to be the young of large AT UNION CITY distributing points to their own aores
of the
'w have I from any other source whatso- lab but according to the state department ( ,
by Clyde inflicted a month overflow from the lower grades. : $3.00.Mamie Wilson, Brooker 2 ever., of game and fresh water Charles McCall, prominent turpentine The state motor vehicle department y
Cone.' have ,
A. Starke Mrs.
Judge Geo: of ,
""aw. States Quigley $ .0O. E. W. Hayes tax assessor. fish, this Is not so. These minnows operator of Union City, ; asked the attorney general's
Sheriff Attorney Crews the contract. children.Viola Strickland Starke 2 Name' ,of bond Issue Bradford are In a class by themselves and northwest of'Lake Butler, died office to rule on the question and ''
Epperson went to is also undergoing Mrs.
ker Tuesday The heating system and additions children.00.. county (county wide), total assessments the largest seldom attain a lengthof ,arly Thursday morning from bullet the attorney general's office reri
morning and 1m- extensive repairs 1 less and Incbes. Scientifically It Is wounds inflicted by his woodsman new one ;
led a jury but the :Mrs. B. Parmenter, Starke, $2,076,000; ) errors two plied that the issue was a
adjourned until securing
o'clock Roy Edwards double assessments. $1,660,800; known as the "gambusla." One named Smith last Saturday. and apparently would have to be
L D4CellBary! SatUrday morning when contract from the school authori to child: .$3.00.Krs. Katie Sellers. Lawtey 1 balance at 1,1-2 per cent $44,841; source of food for the gambusla is I An argument over wages due determined by the supreme courtif }
Iable. witnesses were not ties. New units and additions less amounts previously paid, the larvae of ,the mosquito, the Smith is said to have been the brought here by a test case.
m present radiator units will make child.; $3.00.Lillie E. Norman. Lawtey $896.83, less '448.40: balance due well known wiggler. It is well fitted I cause: of the fatal shooting, both The motor vehicle department "
Ie reports of the shooting, the building more comfortable,' Mrs. tax assessor, $448.43. for the task, as Its mouth tilts I men received breast wounds In the was advised to issue to such associations a
when said she to have shot the while the entire system Is being 1 t child Lewis, $3.00.Parrlsh Sampson City, 2 State of Florida, County of upward, enabling it to swim Just I exchange of shots. Smith left the ; whatever type of license
i of the refused to vacate changed to a more modern type. $6.00. Bradford-Sa. under the surface where the wigglers scene and went to Jacksonville tag Is applied for and to allow the
''Cl0' when houses the built by the con- Frank Frimmer is supervising both children; Mrs. Madeline Frlgo, Lawtey. 5 I. G. W. Alderman, clerk of circuit come up for air. In turn the I where his wound was dressed and courts: to determine the status of
t several Brooker road was building and beating Jobs. $15.00. court of the above county do minnows become food for larger was later arrested near Union such an association.
vr' built OQ years ago. The shacks + ; Mrs. Myrtle Priest, Starke, 3 hereby certify that no part of the fish,-Frostproof News. City. Reports are conflicting as .-
l!one of the property belonging COUNCIL HOLD 900. above commissions, shown as "bal to which of the men started the RETURNS TO ILUn>TON I'Dr
I Cone family and most ROUTINE' MEETING' children.; RECEIVES HONOR
them Starling. Graham. 5hildren ance due tax assessor, have been DUNCAN booting. -
since :Mrs.
1 been dismanton. paid by the county and the tax assessor R. M. Faver returned to
one In negresa refused to leave The city council met Monday In ; $15.00.Thomas Starke, 5 chlld5r. Is entitled to same as set Bill Duncan, son of Mrs. A. E. TRUCKS IN ACCIDENT Hampton this week to resume his
fling which she Wall living, regular session with the following Mrs. Avy forth and aproved by the board of Wall, of Starke was one of two practice, after an absence of twen-
Y there she had been hired to members present: J. F. Colley, J. ? $15.00.L Thomas. Starke 4 chil- county commissioners under date boys to be initiated this week into A National Biscuit Company y-two; months. Dr. Faver has been '
use.p'. and look after the Manning, W L.. Wall and N. of Oct. B, 1931 and recorded in membership of the Sigma Delta] truck operating out of Jacksonville In Memphis, Tenn., for the greater 1'
Sternberg. Mr. Wall acting as dren. $12.00.following application was minute book No. 1, page 316, of Chi national Journalism fraternity.] ran Into the rear of a wood portion of this time studying diee. ;,

0. SIIOWS. chairman pro tem. Minutes of the The E. W. Hayes tax assessor: the record of said county. Membership to this fraternity Isi truck driven by Morris Hubbard .... of the eye, car nose and
filed by
INCREASE last meeting were read and approv- Starke, Fla., Oct. B. 1931. (Official Seal) O. W. Alderman the highest honor a Journalism student near Powell's Still on the Kingsley throat In the clinic of the Memphis
rbe Bradford County. Clerk of Circuit Court. can attain : Lake road Wednesday, both trucks hospital where over 20,000 patients $1m
ioc&t:quarterly office stamp account of ed.Only routine matters were con- Ernest Amos.tecretarq There being no further businessthe Bill holds offices as sports editor being badly damaged. Officers' torestlgatlng were treated during his stay. The,
Y. August for the months) of sidered at this time and as Mr.of Hon. State Board of board wa adjourned until the of the, Florida Alligator the campus were told by'the driver rout there caused this large
U.7a..3T and September total- Hoover wasabsent on account Administration: next regular meeting to be held newspaper and publicity dlreo of the biscuit truck' that bet*muse nUnqber 'to take advantage of thetfree ::4
eI1l17 according: "ftprea IKneatf.. IL warn,decided that reorganization -. Tallahassee, ,' Florida. :r the 'first Monday in November, tor-oT .number Glee Club.He is banoppedotr;; 'to' "eep;''"' betrM eUnlo available at the hospital. v't
of Postmaster Young aD be deferred; to the regular lair: m! 1831. also*f of the Fourth Estate [ not aware of the truck ahead. and'Dr. Paver asslsUdJa( several t,
x-44 Dear '
Of last year'Oller": -tht."Samm. ,meeting October present.50th.that.all, .I; hereby make" application to* O. w. Alderman, Clerk. ank* Speculator Soclelke.P' &f him until the crash. hundred operations. Sty


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-- !I2 yards. Starke reclves penalty B! In my arms; but I can 'take them iting her parent;-

,yards for offsides. Quarterback 'LcJZ up In the arms of prayer and carry HAMPTON weeks on aCCOunt ofm .
4t bucks line for 2 yards. Halfback J I If them to our Christmas Jesus and If'. Asa NlBMM, (J.*. demies of diseases In

BRADFORD COUNTY gets lit down. Fullback bucks tine ; ask Him to give them each a pres- Miss Amelia llarper the
I for 2 yards. Fullback; bucks line ; ent better a thousand times than Norris of Lake SuUe I.Q4
for 6 yards Fullback bucks line r toys fruit and candy. And you Mrs. A. A. McDonald and daughter -',the revival here Sunday uaMr

HIGH JOURNAL I for 6 yards. Fullback bucks line can pray with me that these Lois of Leesburg, were the Marvin Blrt ot .
for 2 yards. Halfback bucks line Chinese girls and boys may! have a guests of Mrs. Lottie Wattersonlast visiting here SUnday Loui.t

for 2 yards. Fullback bucks line CHRISTMAS IN CHINA part In that great Christmas tree Sunday. Mr. and Mrs RiVe"
oI for 1 yard. Halfback bucks line "whose leaves are for the healing Mr and Mrs. Willie Nettles and John Crews of Lake IIi4

)I but loses 2 yards. C. P. O. Box No. 1234 Shanghai, of the nations"-that Jesus may I little son all of Jacksonville were ed the meeting here BUtler,.
.I LESTER P. ROBINSON ________ tor-ln-Chlef SUIlrla
' "( EVELYN STUMP .._ Assistant Editor Starke's baIL L. Robinson punt) China Sept. 1st, 1931 : take the Chinese all up into His i visiting' in Hampton last Sunday. Mr. Olin Gravel Will ,.
: ------------- but bad rushed But arms and bring them to His Christmas J. P. Sullivan who has friend, Rev UD,
as he Is Mrs. been
very Maguire
Dear Editor
LOUISE EDWARDS ___________... Literary Editor : for ot 1.aQ
}1. !t 1-i RALPH COX ____________ Sport Editor Chlcfland's receiver Is downed In I am writing this letter for the home which Is big enough the guest of her' slater, at Waldo Friday.
i. his tracks. Fullback passes to end boys and who read excellent returned to her home here last Mien: Dorothy Smith
'j MIRIAM JACOBS _________, Joke Editor girls your all.You than You 11I4
; \, PATSY BRINSON ____________.___. Society Editor but It Is Incomplete. Halfback tries paper.. I hope it reaches can do more pray. Sunday. Kite and Mr. and Mre Volls!
} end run and loses 12 yards, but can show that you want your prayers KIDney was
: time edi-
I ; CLEO SHEPARD ._ Exchange Editor you In for your Christmas Revival services at the Christian Visiting at III
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answered You can help answer home
I the ball Is brought back and ChIef. Sunday
tion. If It finds send afternoon
I a place please church are progressing nicely tinder -
l I land receive B yard penalty. the me a marked them by giving. You can Mr. Hubert Brown
copy. the able management of Rev. and
Here we are again'starting the game ended. Dear Friends of Santa Claus: give Christmas gifts of dimes and Opher Kirk Kull and his evangelist so Miss Ida Mae Johns sap
dollars to send the Gospel to your of
editing of our Journal for another Be He DEFEATS As it Is almost Christmas let me brothers and sisters In China. They singer, Mr. Hayes. Come and hear day Starke night were Visiting hlte

,,, j year. It wa decided that the Senior ' JOKES tell you a bit about Christmas In brothers and sis- them. .
{' A dAM should edit this paper and in China. Do you think the Chinese really.ten. are Even your the unsaved Chinese Mrs. Torode and Mrs. Wooten, Mr. and Mrs C. B. Roberta !

h at a claa meeting' the following CHIEFLAND7-0 Girl: "What language do you say anything about a Happy learned men have said, "All on,both of Lawtey were business visitors visiting:Miss in Lake Butler laat
Leola ......
officers were elected members of speak T" I Christmas. "Happy They would earth brothers. How much to our town laat Monday.Dr. Fo!!'"

-y l 1 t'' the staff: Boy: "Two, one besides English say, "Happiness is not on earth." better are who love Jesus say R. M. Faver, who has been her parents here over"'tjj;
can we end
Lester P. Robinson, edltor-ln- Give you two guesses" They do not know of Jesus' becoming and taking medical training course In from Brooker.Mr. .
the Chinese our brothers
(By FRANK INMAN.) are .
chief. Girl: "French? Spanish? I give a little boy of the star in the then act as though we truly regarded Memphis Tennessee returned to and Mrs. Osteen &Ii4
Evelyn Stump assistant editor. The B. H. 8. Tornadoes defeated up." East of the wise man, or of the them so. I know that when his home here last Saturday, October and Mott of Brooker, were vup
{ f. :( Louise Edwards, literary editor. Chlefland here last Friday 70. Boy: "Well-I speak English and angels' song. They know nothingpf Christmas comes near :you say to 3rd. John Surrencvmorning.
Ralph Cox, sports editor. There was no doubt from the beginning profane language." all the happiness and peace that yourself "Now I must get a present The many friends of Dr. M. V.
Miriam Jacobs, Joke editor. who would win the game, :Jesus brought. The children have for Charlie and Willie and Miller who has been very ill for West rau_-'

W Patsy Bnnaon, society editor. with the Tornadoes making elevn Miss Florence: "Now Resale, no Christmas tree and no Santa Mary and Papa and Mama., You several days are delighted to see (
Cleo Shepard, exchange editor. first downs to Chiefland five. what Is your favorite magazine?" Claus. They do not hang up their would feel much disappointed that his condition has improvedand started on new post offlc t
We think we have a very good In the second quarter Lester Resale (nonchalantly)-"Oh, The I stocking' on Christmas eve. U they If could not give each one at that he Is able to be up again. Cocoa--Citrus packing Plait
and will enjoy our Woman's Home did, poor' things, their stockings you Mr. and Mrs. Root pairing machinery incoming
staff, hope you Robinson received a punt on the Companion. least a little present. Now next Ralph of Alabama 1W
line and with would be so full of holes that a who have been the guests of shipping season.
paper. fifty yard a good exhibition Christmas Just remember that you
.. of broken field running' returned Miss Isabel: "Mary: do :you have present would fall right through. have other brothers and sisters his parents Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Lake Worth-Work steals:
T"Mary Indeed many little "China Root returned to their home this O. O. Franks on gas ud
for a touchdown. Mathen gum and
SENIOR who need a Christmas gift,
man POINTS OF Chink" and do not havea station at Dixie
P.: "Yes'um do want boys girls week. 1 highway
made the extra point on an end end
UP TO DATE them a share of spending -
CLASS give your I
stocking "to their name. avenue.
.4 run some? think Dr. and Mrs R. M. Faver and
money. Do you you can
Sometimes on Christmas Day I DeLand-Site offered dttl
children business by
'F The second team the third next Christmas were transacting
We are starting off fine this year played do that? In the '
i "How would like bride feel like taking these people all up proposed J60.000 federal
Harry: you !In Jacksonville last Monday.GRAHAM .
and did not allow the in church
all quarter
with twenty-seven seniors; arc missionary offering your
in ?" Into my arms and telling them of hatchery.
working harder than ever before Chlefland team but two first a patrol wagon give them at least enough to buy
Eldredge: "Oh, It might do in aplDch. Jesus, and then getting a grea.tChristmas .
'.; ,We started the first day off rI&htby downs. ." tree, big enough to hang p small Bible. Is that asking too' --------

t i'1I? bringing aU our books home The Tornadoes will go to Live -. five hundred million presents upon much of you for your brothers and

to burn the midnight oU studyID&,1FrIday. Oak today for their first gam It, have some candles and other deters In China? I' Say it with Flow
.. the first, we skipped a away from home this season. II CAMPUS RUMORS pretty things to make It look attractive May Santa Claus visit you all SIlM O.l. MM Smith. C.....
k class and picked out our class rlngiwhich looks as If this will be one of the and then carry the people and give you a Merry Christmasand ..-. i n ..... mm

., / are, naturally the best-look hardest games of the season for the Coach Lovell, Lester Robinson ID and, as papa does with baby a blessed, prosperous New; The revival meeting at* the Flowers
ce, ing ones ever seen at Bradford Tornadoes. I Eldredge Robinson Ralp Cox and let them see their first Christmastree. rear. i Christian church closed Sunday For All
of the Thou motored to Gainesville ' Yours: In the Christmas Saviour,
% High. Play by Flay description Harry night with a,good attendance all OccasionsGERTRUDE
The following Monday a clan Game. Tuesday to the Baby Gator Hut think what a big Christmas (Rev.) IL G. C. Halock, the way through Sunday being the

meeting was held and these officer E. Robinson kicks off for Tor football game. tree that would require! And think closing day, a large picnic dinner

were elected: nadoes and it Is a fine kick. Chief Melba Sllcox Loiselle Turner and how much money it would take to .. Jacksonville Bids received at was enjoyed by the congregation ]
y Ralph Cox, president and returns with the ball only 10 Louise Edwards went to Hampton give each of,these poor people a United States district engineer's and visiting churches. GODBETANDERSON

Evelyn Stump VicepresidentMiriam yards and Is downed. Quarterback Wednesday. toy a red and white stick of candy office on first project In connection Rev. Butler and :Maguire: of Lake
Jacbs secretary. tries to sneak through the line but Beverly Cady motored to Law. and an orange! More money than with federal government's 19,000- Butler were the evangelists One
Louise Edwards treasurer. faDed' to gain. Quarteback tries to tey Wednesday (her future home Is spent In a year for missions to 000 flood control work In Lake Addition was made to the church. Phone 39 Waldo, ]

A week from this day our ringscame break through line again, no gain. town.) China! So I cannot take them up(3keechobee. :Miss Pearl Johnson has been vIa-
two weeks earlier than we Fullback .tries line and gains 3 Mao Davis went on a business .
expected so everyone had to bustle yards Halback tries end run bufailed trip to Palatka Sunday.

to get his money. Finally we got to make first down. Ralph Cox bought an extra class .

all our money and you have never, :Mast goes around right end for pin for some reason, but he still
seen such excitement In your life no gain, and Starke receives a I! has It-I wonder?

as we created. yard penalty for offsides. E. Robinson The Florida football team passed .
v Then we decided to edit the bucks line for a gain of 2 through Starke Friday at six America'smost I

Journal (more work for some seniors yards. Mast goes around end for p. m.-E. S. T.BELIEVE.

). 2! yards, but was tackled and his -.

Last Tuesday we were given our,' lead struck the hard surface on IT OF NOT
report cards for the first time this the side line and closed his lamps -

C!' year and of all the moaning and for a while. Starke took time out. The Juniors have organized their economical truck

groaning anyone has ever heard Mast la not hurt too bad to carry class-In consideration of the "big

we heard It the ball again. Mast goes around affair" for "us seniors." %
Wonder what will happen next? right end for a good gain but It la Melba Is star typist.
not counted and Starke Is penalized ;,; 25
Lester answers a question In history is now available in ,different, models
CHAPEL EXERCISES ft yards for offsides. E. Robinson most every day. ,"
hits line for 1 yard. Matheny get Our Tornadoes have won all their

We were all very delighted to 3 Chiefland around left end. at the ball. games-so far. priced as love as *44O-complete with body
have Rev. Klckllter with us during' get a try The seniors got their rings and
Halfback goes around end for a
our chapel exerclaea last Thursday. pins
of 1st down. Fullback
nice gain
He read the First Psalm from
bucks line for six yards Fullback TRAIN SCHEDULE
and us a splendid
gave The bucks line for no gain, and drops .
from this scripture reading.
the ball. Starke recovers. August 9th
of the address was "The Effective Sunday. .
Value subject of Inquiry." This talk was E. Robinson hits line for 1st schedule changes and trains will )I .
hits line for no .
uplifting and la one which it down. E. Robinson run as follows:
very would be well for us to heed. We gain. Matheny goes around right No. 107, southbound due Starke,

are looking forward to another visit end for 2 yards. E. Robinson hits 10:40: a. m.

from Rev. Klckllter soon. line for 1 yard. No. 1, southbound due Starke,

.-e .. Second QuarterL. 10:35: p. m.
NEW BOOKS ADDEDTO Robinson tries right end run No. 108 northbound due Starke,
but falls to gain any ground. Ball
LIBRARY 0:39: p. m. ri .
goes over. No. 2, northbound, due Starke, t 1-lon 1S1-1Dch
d tries left NOT, The model
for Chlefland
We have many new and Interesting , Halfback 6:10: a. m. ,- Stake Truck
books in the library thla end run and loses 2 yards. Fullback Wannee BranchNo. p"-aaUMI"s6.

year. With all this new material tries line buck and gains 1 yard. 101 leaves Starke 7 a. m. op.n cub: pkl&U*

much reading la expected and we Fullback bucks line for no gain No. 102 arrives 2:40 p. m.

know there will be. We want to Chlefland receives B yard penaltyfor T. J. Griffin, Agent -.d.A

keep these books and all more'to off ldes. Chiefland punts. .
them from time to time with the' L. Robinson receives It on the 50 Closing of Malls
yard line and runs through the Train No. 107 south, 10:20: a. m.
of the students it can
cooperation By actual road' performance week and need. Twenty-five
be easily accomplished. Below is whole Chlefland team for a touch Train No. 103, north, 5:20 p. m. every delivery: hauling

a list of the librarians for the year: down. This Is the beat run that has Night mails close 6 p. m. after week, month ,after month- different models. half ton and iH-ton pay-load
Elisabeth Williams been made so far this year by Starke *: Bell Branch:
Patsy Brlnson, eleven. Ma the six-cylinder Chevrolet has proved' ita right capacities. Three wheelbase A wide
,.. Evelyn Stump, Novella King,, any member of Starke Mall closes 7 a. m. lengths.
Etholln White, Miriam Jacobs,, theny sprints fast around right end Mall arrives 2:40: p. m. to be called Amtrlca't most economical truck. variety Chevrolet-designed and Cbev o1et-

Brownlee, Abbie Harley, for the extra pointE. -
Mary kicks off for Tornadoes , O nears have found that ton-mile basl built bodies. track
Clyde Morgan, Joyce Mast Melba Robinson Blue Bus Schedules on a Just name the type of youCbevrolet

SilcoX, Louise Thede Louise Edwards to Chiefland and It was a Northbound: 8:51: a. m., 1:21: p. costs lea for gas and oil, lea for need-and you will likely.find it in
I good one too.Fullback m., 4:15: p. m., 8:21: p. m., 0:00: a. very
-. for Chlefland hits line m. upkeep and lea for service than! any other Chevrolet' all-Inclusive line..
JUNIOR CLASS MEETINGThe for 3 yards. Chlefland takes timeout Southbound: 8:34 a. m., 11:34 a. =
truck of the number
Quarterback tries to m., 4:34 p. m., 7:34: p. m., 12:47: a. :Each Chevrolet track has'a SO-lup. alx-evllnder
1931-32 Junior Class of the' through the line but gains only 1 Tickets) and information at '- B. H. S. met September 30 for the yard. Fullback tries the line again Smith's Service Station next to engine-2S5K more powerful' than any other
p'' and makes 3 yardsStarke courthouse. sturdy( Chevrolet Ski la one of the lowestpricedtrudu
i, first time. the ball. L. Robinson engine: in.truck priced so low. Maximum load-
wasto gets
The purpose of meeting can buy.
l 1 : i elect officers and to make known passes to Bternberg. it I* complete Clermont-Checks for $7,326 you capacity la wired' by unusually large bodies,
for about 12 yards. E. mailed members of Clermont Cit
I the coming and good
work for year.
;, We the Junior Class, hope to Robinson hits line for 2 yards. rus Growers' Association representing Today any truth user eon apply tttit economy supported by long dfranteeandlongpara11el'

make the Junior and Senior promas Matheny get ball and gives it to refund of 6.32 cents per to his own particular toorlu The current Chevrolet mounted......*. Chevrolet truck prices are
around end for a box from and 2.11
packing charges
great a success as It was the Cox, who goes
previous year. nice gain of 10 yards. End of the cents per box for hauling coita.HAROLD commercial ear line' coven' practically ......the Jowe.t Intheoomueerd4carmarket..X355 .
Miss Isabel Fernandes will continue half.
to be the sponsor of this Third Quarter I

cJaa Matheny kicks off for Starke. S.av I ........ ... .... ..T.I..II
to Quarterback .- 'besTh..t: $ SSfAsfat
The officers for the following Chlefland takes ball gives -"Tf' t.. :.... .... 52040. ..-
:year ,are: who hits the line for 8 (DI..........-e.q (..,.......NI_> (11a,. ...r.ESi owC.

President-Mary Brownlee. yards gain. Halfback goes around ..................../ ....,..., -' L ................, ....Z---i..If.---- ...el.u-1. .._._ ..........
Vlce-Prealdent-OrattoD Cooper. end for B yards. Fullback hits line --and -..._ .......&ear

y, Secretary-Junalta Dukes for lat down. Fullback hits line ,
Treasurer-Wynken Boulware.By for 2 yards Halback hits line for its a
Juanlta Dukes. 1 l yard. Halback goes around end i'f .
for 2 yards loss Fullback bits line CHEVROLET s TRUCKS


Starke's ball. M. Williams goes 'Y_.......
l..w .. ..
The seniors had a few privileges around end for 2 yards. L. Robinson -- .... .yNe for L.sveat l '--.,.... ..n Gad
TRalph \ to F. Williams but Is
passes T. Williams tries right A .--i.,.. ..--. ,.1y-r.. lea
didn't get any demerits T Incomplete.
-.........M.-.5 Way-
Our "modern maiden" didn't end IUD for no gain. L. Robinson M pee.. _..... .. a-w
wear ribbons in their hair punts a fine punt for about BO -,.. If ...1n. red 1. W. ---
Ben came to school on time yards. Starke takes time out -.e .-yaw': .a ... assay.ePeef your dealer below E j I
Everyone looked forward to getting ' Chlefland gets ball and gives ito ... se... .. sn.t4 _
t'' 3 yards at r.-y y...... I
their report cards T fullback who gains
Miriam didn't sneeze? end. Fullback goes around end ... - ,... ---- r4Iro.a TORODE CHEVROLET COMPANY
... ....
Halfback bucks line ,
C9 Cleo didn't make any errors in for B yards.
:: M. O. S. (Misery of Seniors) ? for 2 yards. Fullback passes to
end but Is Incomplete. C. WALL
'Sunnle: "I have an appetite like Fourth Quarter iori4a

p 'a canary!" Fullback bucks line for 6 yards. INSURANCE ,_ __ _. _
Murla: "Yea, you have. You eat Fullback bucks tine for 2 yards for

f a peck at a time. ,, lat, down. Halfback bucks line for STARKB.FLORIDA,


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I ,\ IY. OCTOBER e, 19at. __ BaAD.FOUD COtnt"'rl" rELEGl&.tU>D. STAKKK. FLORIDA p"r. --..w.
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, and continue through October 10 turS;;: -
yei will be held at eighties have thumbs 1 pense of the asphalt and slag pav- expects to locate at least five hundred a report just released by the Florida -
Hotel Thomas
i of Florida In Short Paragraphs has been which down on feminine pajama styles., ing. thrifty German farmers on state marketing bureau, Or-
News designated
as official Likewise -
headquarters. on the not so widely accepted this tract in tho next two or three ange county shipped 9,623 solid
Ocala- A good ax and plenty of
summer style of shorts for years. He has been In the colonization carloads of citrus fruits, or 12.6
Jacksonville! -.- mono Miami's Three Score and I, wood will be offered to itinerants business for the past fifteen per cent of all the citrus fruits

tom / 3000 teachers from Approximately all sections Ten club made up of persons of 70, asking for help In Ocala thli win- years, and has established a num- shipped out of this state. In addi-

+ 'i, LIVE STATE NEWSTOLD I Florida will meet in Jacksonville of years or more, went on record as I ter, according to a statement by ber of well-to-do colonies. tion to shipping one eighth of the i

'.1 :March 31, April 1 and 2, for the unanimously opposing the wearingof Capt. James Halllday, In chargeof citrus of the state, there were shipped
etiqh sessions of the Florida Educational either pajamas or shorts on the the Salvation Army In this city St Augustine-Development of out of this county the following

association, the Association of- streets I "Unless I receive different Instructions the cattle raising Industry in St. others crops by carloads: Cabbage

de Superintendents of Public from the army headquarters Johns county Is continuing, and 491, cucumbers 153. lettuce 120,
BY OUR EXCHANGES tion and the southern section Instruc- Perry-P. T. Cross has recently in Jacksonville, or from the local much Improvement has been not- I beans 64, peppers 61, watermelons

1 the American Physical Education of bought 1440 acres. of land near board of directors, the plan, which ed the past few months, accordingto 47, tomatoes 41, celery 34, straw- ',
1II association Clara which he expects to develop worked so well last season, will leaders In that line of activity. ,berries 11, egg plant 1, mixed

1do carefully compiled Eau Gallle-A cavaran of approximately into turpentine production. He 1s again govern our attitude towardthe Special emphasis has been placedon vegetables 316, total 1339 cars. ,

virtually 2.000Mollies 150: fishermen left Sarasota The paintings and optimistic of the future of the turpentine calls for help," Captain Hal the matter of Improvement of -
alloWs been established New Bedford, Mass.. in a fleet of other art work In the Ringling industry, regardless of the liday said.Bonlfay. the breed of cattle handled and the West Palm Beach-Palm Beach
have trucks October 1 to spend the Museum at Sarasota are said to exceedingly low prices now being methods of caring for livestock. county waited until
ee city during the past year.petereburgDdembere winter season fishing at Eau Gallle represent a total value of offered and thinks that when'the Holmes county gardens ;Considerable land In the Elkton- death of John Sites Earman, first
approxi general depression la that the pantries and smokehouses are I section Is being fenced $
according to an announcement In mately $2 ,OOOOOO, and their collection over Hastlngs : mayor of West Palm Beach, to
of the the New Bedford Evening Standard' turpentine industry will be one of fairly bulging with home grown :and sown with a permanent pasture award recognition for an act of

state Dental Society are received.. of a century required of search nearly a quarter the first to recover from its present food, according to Mrs. Betty I grass.. More purebred cattle courage performed 16 years) be-
U investigation -
4e November 12-14 for and verification low stage. Claudle, home demonstration :have been ordered for the improve- fore. The same resolution presented
tier here Orlando--"Florida Home Im- on the partof agent. The large number of gardens -'ment of local herds.Apalachicola at the time but never acted uponwas
annual State convention. provement week" will be inaugu- ling.experts employed by John Ring- Miami-While observing fratern planted this) year look exceptionally I passed by the county commission
ity pledge night festivities In a fine and unusually News has) been the
d Establishment of rated October 25: to 31, under the changing name of Saw- eW
Uiq yonville- auspices of the Florida Association Lake Wales-The first I speakeasy here,21 youths, who au- large amounts of fruits have been received here of the sinking of the grass river to Earman river In
ery here, probably for theM of Real Estate boards and recital' uthoritlea Identified as students In 'grown and preserved. All kinds of [John W. Callahan. Jr.. last of the recognition of the pioneer mayor' t
an for the
appeal saaon will be given Tuesday
of supplying the Florida, is the University of Miami Law garden truck have been canned for steamers on the Flint Chattaboo- bravery. Sixteen years ago, Mr.
) being set forth by the
> association December 15, at noon. There
by the Great At-, for statewide observance School and a professor of the Institution winter use, Including tomatoes, chee and Apalachicola rivers, near Earman was 68, he saved the
planned of be
la will recitals four weekon
days a
of the project. wound up In Jail when corn, peas and beans. Some of this Butler's Ferry on the Chattahoochee county bridge across that river
pacific Tea Company.bwgLake Tuesday and Saturday at noon deputies sheriff's raided the establishment produce, after being canned, has river, late Saturday night and properties of the Florida East
and on Thursday and Sunday afternoon
Wednesday night. They been sold. No lives were lost., Abnormallylow Coast railroad from destruction
county officials Ocala Florida veterans who at 3 o'clock. In addition to, by
jj I were booked without*charges and I water was believed responsiblefor flood water He was obliged to '
seizing slot ma- followed Lee in the struggle for 'these recitals recitals will n
been special
bave < after questioning, 'were released Marianna-Tampans who are the boat striking a rock. The work all night at his selfimposedtask
a fight In the Confederacy will not gather In be given on a few other dates,
I won that shortly after midnight. urging General Summerall to make: steamboat was built In Apalachlcola of stemming the waters aided -
,, against an injunction convention this year. General W. throughout the year, I the race for governor are watsing about 14 years ago for the' only by one negro.
|d prohibit the seizures E. McGahagln, state commanderof Lake CityThe U. S. Veterans their time, according to Charles E. late John W. Callahan, local capitalist -,

the United Confederate Veterans St. Petersburg-Buttervine, a Bureau Hospital No. 63, located Jones, editor of the Marianna and had been plying regu- Perry-The Florida Food company ,
cdI7 \Lake City-Two large bearsI announced the 1931 reunion squash shaped vegetable that here, has been awarded an A-l Floridan. A number of north larly between Bainbridge and Apalachicola having headquarters at
I In Columbia county In had been called off. thrives In Honduras, has been s
conceived the
1 I I rating by the American College of Florida democrats since that time. Plant City, has established a
week recently. Bear steaks are successfully grown in this city. B. Surgeons. During the course of a same Idea several months ago, he branch location In Perry, with T. ;
to be as common as frogwitview Clearwater-A plant for the J., Fenton took a sample of the in- Z
and called the generalat The
log recent Inspection it stated officially said upon Jacksonville acreage a Hodges as local buyer and man.
manufacture and canning of coquina vine to the Chamber of Commerce that Florida's hospital for veterans his home In Eustls for the pur- tended for fall cucumbers In Flor- ager. Burton Walker, president of 1

Fall broth to be sold in northern recently. The squash shaped vege- was among the foremost accredited pose of persuading him to becomea Ida Is about 27 per cent under that the company, was In Perry a few
green beans markets is to be opened at Clear- table weighed nine and a half
told In from liar-
Institutions of Its kind in candidate. They were of last season. Reports days ago and spent some time with a'
ted and up and growing nice- water. The coquina, smallest shell- pounds and was 50 Inches long. It the country. Not only Is the equip- effect that the compliment was dee county Indicate the reduction Mr. Hodges making preparationsto

If properly planted and cuitld fish known Is found in great quan is an excellent eating food, the ment complete and modern but the highly appreciated but that there there will be about 25: to 39 per open the plant. The principal

bush variety green beans titles In the sands along the gulf grower stated. personnel has established for Itself was nothing doing. cent. This county is one of the activity of the Florida Food company -
In six weeks' from beaches near this city. I of the
produce a splendid record. largest shipping sections Is to buy frogs, turtles and
Uog In Okaloosa county. Port St. Reservations for Wellborn-A new Industry has state and last year shipped about fish for shipment to the larger r
I Wewahltchka Application has winter residences for their fami- Pensacola A new stteamshlp I been started In the swamps and :50 per cent of the fall cucumber cities of the country. The plan '
ro Beach A new saw mill been made to Senator Fletcher and lies are being made in Port St. service out of Pensacola will be lakes of western Columbia and crop. DeSoto county will probably is to secure workers who will ;

a capacity of 23,000: feet of 'Congressman Yon for assistance in Joe by officers of the Patoka, inaugurated with the I arrival of eastern Suwannee county, around have about tho same acreage as In out and catch tho food, bring it go in

Y "Jet' per day, which will give causing the establishment of a gov- mooring ship of U. B. dirigibles. the British steamer' Bradburn, operated Wellborn, In the way of catching I 1930, and Lee county about two- to the shipping point and turn It
)loyment to a crew of 40 to 60Bnen ernment fish hatchery! here. A The people here have been informed by the Richard .Murray bullfrogs and shipping their legs thirds of the acreage of last year in to cosh. At the plant it is cleaned p
Is being erected at Wa- hatchery to cost $60,000 is to be that the Patoka has been or- Company headquarters at Mobile. to Philadelphia and New York, Difficulty in financing the fall crop Iced and prepared for quick {

0 by Graves brothers.. established somewhere In Florida' dered to St. Joseph's bay for the This and other ships of this ser- where the latter are served as especial appears to be the reason unlver- shipment to the New York, Philadelphia
within the next six months. winter months to serve the U S. vice are to call here -within the 'delicacies in the leading saly given for the reduction. Chicago and other large

iw Smyrna-The date for the Akron, the world's largest airship, next few weeks for cotton from restaurants. J. I. Stanford and markets. The company pays 10 jA,

cation: of the new Elks home DeLand-A city ordinance setting which Is expected to come south the local compress for the Orient. brother of Wauchula are the frog
baa been set for October 14 November 10 as the 'date for for the winter Tho Bradburn will load about hunters and after looking over of whom have risen to Judicial rank states that all fit to ship will be
I L L. Anderson of Cocoa, dls- the holding of the referendum 5000 bales, it is reported, for Chi- the field estimate they will remain since graduation from John B. bought
deputy grand exalted ruler, election, to determine the question Lake Worth-Thomas II. Ben- na and Japan. there for three months. Stetson Law school here, have been --
be in charge of the ceremony. of whether or not the city limits ton Miami manufacturer of pap- Invited to visit the university No- r

of DeLand are to extended, was aya products, Is making arrange- Panama City-The Gulf Power Port St. Joe--A branch of the vember 6, Homecoming Day, and Fort Pierce-Construction com u
'cadla-Cov. Doyle E. Carlton formally adopted by the city com-' ments to locate a branch plant in company is extending its lines Gulf County Fish and Game Pro- I to be the guests of Dr. Lincoln pleted on addition to municipal

definitely accepted the Invl- mission. Lake Worth. Mr. Benton was in from St. Andrews to the West Bay tection association has been formd Hulley at a dinner at which Gov. power plant building to house o

>n to be present and deliver Lake Worth several days recently bridge, a distance of approximately here and starts out well. It In Doyle E. Carlton oleo will be an plant's equipment at cost of $5,244.:
principal address at the openof Plant City-Mr. McIntosh sold conferring with the chamber of two miles. The company's next predicted the people of Port St. honored guest. Those Invited In- Tltusvllle-Packing house owners I'
the annual American Leg- 15: crates of fine cucumbers at the commerce: and others. He told the extension will be on the old St. Joe will be one hundred per cent clude Judges' Bert Fish, Ira A. in thin section started improvement h

Rodeo celebration, to be held yard in Tampa for an average of board he had a 7000-plant grove of Andrews road, between Harrison for fish and game protection and Hutchinson, John C. Gramlln, Geo. and repair work on their

e 1 I November 10.11.uaHeralding. $2.2 per crate. There were no oth- his own, and in addition expects to avenue' and St. Andrews, known propagation, by Joining the asso W. Geiger, Marion S. Rowe, Ar plants for shipping season.
er cucumbers on the yard and as use a great amount of fruit grown as Wyoming avenue. These exten- ciation. The Gulf County Fish and thur R. Clark, John E. Peacock, Davenport-Tropical Sweet, Ino. tr ,

Jac the openingthe far as Mr. McIntosh knows, his is !around Lake Worth. sions mark the progress of the Game Protective Association is Louie W. Strum, Samuel J. Marco, preparing order for 1250: pounds of '.

newly completed $10,000 the only patch that la producing -' community and are a good indication growing fast. Upon preserving the I Victor Hutchlns, Gordon' Hays, Sun Dial citrus candy, to be ship-
'1 and musage plant constructor cucumbers in this section at this Gainesville Florida's county that this section is developingas supply of fish and game In this section Francis C. Hobson, Julian Hazard ped to factory of Bradley Smith !l

Copeland Brothers corny time. They were planted in July. home demonstration agents will well as expanding. depends the livelihood of Innumerable and J. Ollie Edmunds. Co., at New Haven, Conn. i
be., all Alachua and sur- --'-- 'I hold their annual extension work people. Miami-Treasury Department ?

,ding territory joined In a mon- Homestead-Workers are busy I ers' conference at the University Ocala-Fifteen thousand narcissus Perry-The brightest and most ordered plans drawn for construction -, n

celebratlon of the event. setting out 300,000 pineapple Blips ,of Florida In Gainesville, October bulbs are now being set out Fort Myers-Dear, oh beer! active spot in Taylor county's in- of $65,000: quarantine stationto
in the fields of the Florida Pineapple :5 to 9, according to an announce-- at Silver Springs In preparationfor Imagine what those of meonlea, 'dustrlal affairs Is the plant of the be located out on north end of ,
t Petersburg-A spring adver- Products corporation in the ment from A. P. Spencer, extension the coming winter season. The the moonshiners are doing now I Graham-Paige Automobile Body Fisher's Island In Biscayne bay.

'.J: campaign designed to cover vicinity of West Palm Beach. It; vice-director. They will discuss planting which is being supervisedby Reports from Florida's swamp company. The company, a short Aviation enthusiasts outlining

stats of Florida in an effort is stated that In eighteen months I the various farm problems of Paul Pfund, of Williston is said country recount that scores of deer time ago, was able to secure an plans) for establishment of mall and ;,

b rig tourists from other citieson from now thfl! fruit on these plants! their respective counties among to be the largest single plantingof are being caught easily by the order for a large amount of fur- passenger airways line linking fit
visits before they return jwill be ripe and ready to use or I Ishfp. themselves and with various state narcissus bulbs in that part of whiskey distillers by the simple expedient niture lumber cut and planed to Tampa, Pensacola, New Orleans

tbk e north is part of the city's ..; and federal extension specllalsta. the state. French and Chinese of getting the animals measurement for some large fur- and Havana. +!

ng advertising campaign., bulbs are Included In the planting, drunk. Anyway, the story goes niture factories In the state of Virginia
Hollywood Development and Chipley-The Fifth Florida Na- which will cover 7000 square feet that the moonshiners leave soured and work was started on full -

'..ith JacksonvilleGround colonization on an 800 acre tractof tional Egg Laying Contest just of ground near the head of the mash at the watering places. The time tp take care of orders before COFFINS & CASKETS rAnd

broken for the first of two much land in the Hollywood I closed, had one ben, a 320 egg hen, springs' deer, said to be extremely fond of the regular auto body work con-
a Full Line of
Sunday school buildings reclamation district by a syndicate which made a new record for the the mash, eat it, collapse and then sumed the!! capacity of the factory.
h> have become necessary be- headed by R. R. Bailey, former Florida contest. She was a white Bonifay State_ Road No. 30, the moonshiner dashes up and kills The lumber used In the furniture Undertakers' Supplies
|I of the continued growth of western developer, will be started'in Leghorn and at the close of the known as the Alabama-Gulf high- the animaL Is an American hardwood, and Is
Bid lepartment of the Hendricks the near future with, this vast contest which lasted through 61 way, Is being hard surfaced by the being cut and prepared for the AUTOMOIIILH ITEANSHAlwarn '

n anal Methodist church, South. area being divided into units of weeks, was still going fine. In ad- state road department At the Inverness-Through the efforts construction of dining room furni- Han*. Tae bed

ten acres for colonization purposes. dition to one hen setting a new present time the force Is at workon of Walter H. Warnock, Citrus ture, dressers, cabinets beds and Mrvln .t the !.<*.* ...._
|Kej y 1 West-Key West laborers record for the contest, there were that part of the highway passing county surveyor, W. J. Pblnn, of other like classes. _..ef.l .at_.!.. tRKfllSTHRRD .........

.. 1I 1 their fight for Jobs on the Gainesville-More than 300 chiropractors something like eight or nine hen through Bonifay. The work is Chicago, has become Interested In .r.... tF,

v I federal building here. E. T. from over the state will witr records over 300 for the con- being done by the road departmentwith that section to the extent that be I Orlando-Orange county has exceeded BMBALMBUKDEW1TT la

tie in! contractor In charge, ad- gather here to attend the 17th annual test year. the co-operation of the city, has acquired nineteen thousand all of Its previous recordsfur C. JONES

4lull local labor leaders that Key convention of the Florida! Chi I district and county. These bodiesare acres of land formerly known as shipments of fruit and vege- TARKH. FLORIDA
ana Will be employed on the ropractors' association The three- Miami-Young blades and blush- paying for the curbing and gut- the Knight property, located two tables, according to the Orange
}OJM:t. day sessions, which open October 8 ing maidens of the gay seventies ters, while the state bears the ex miles east of Lecanto. Mr. Phinn county chamber of commerce. In

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They would 'like to help themselves but The Welfare Association is organized on The Welfare Association of Starke '

they purely unselfish basis pledged to the should have and .
cannot. They are jobless, crippled, a must have-support.

I sick, or too old and feeble; many are alleviation of human wretchedness givEvery person in this city who has a job is r

hungry, helpless little children. All are ing help where it is most. needed and demorally obligated to contribute some ;'

victims of ill fortune through no fault of served. The 'scope of its work is vast. thing. / <, s

their own. They cannot fight the rigors Besides providing food, shelter, and Help this year as never before. The. re- 4' ;

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

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

Welfare Asso iation. prevention, and other worthy pursuits. peak of suffering will be reached.


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W. ALES. CIRCLES ENTERTAINED Dr. and Mrs. J. F. Shepherd, Di, that Is underwritten by substan:. CAWTIION AVERS imum term, which will curtail the Haen. and

MONDAY and Mrs J. M.: Mitchell, Mr. and tial pledges. The church plant. SCHOOLS TO USE county funds to the extent of the Music Was tulbJlIbtt

AFTERNOONThe :Mrs. H. H. Young Mr. and MriE. \ post $100,000. 1 FUNDSSuperintendent number of months cut off pf every Mr. Dock Andrewa.'IolJn,
ci and Mrs. F A. MOSTJOF W. Markey, : 1Ib.1,
M. Davis, Mr. guitar
l The church .employs a Director I school In the county hip
J. !L Mn.. and Mrs Plnhol ter, piano.,
circles of the Woman's Mis Sweezy, Truby, Fl Estimates Eight- Mr. Cawthon believes the present .
of Education and a 1
Hlonary Society of the Methodist F. A. Scott, Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Religious Term To Cost State year's school operations will The proceeds of the >
Months Pia
I} , 4 church met Monday afternoon and Kendrick, Mr. and Mrs. T S. Williams nanclal Secretary. In the last sb I $7,230,666 be carried out without serious $3095 with $260 from ,

I a CIRCLES OF BAPTIST held their regular monthly meet Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Davit, years there has been no Every! handicap, even should collectionsof candy, making the total J33 lilt

1 T W. M. S. TO MEET ing. The Harriet Peek Circle wen Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Christy, Ml Member Canvass made, and nc Florida' school system Is madeup the $7,500,000 appropriation We take this method of t

entertained at the parsonage bj; and Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Sr. W special offerings taken, yet every teach fall short. At the end of the school tag our deep appreclatiOll It
of 12,050.11
I i Circle No. 1 of the Baptist W, the pastor's wife, Mrs. W. F. Jones" B. Barnes, Miss Mabel Weller, bill is paid when it comes due. Om with a total year, he said, If savings effected Helping us to make the H;'
M. 8, will meet Monday afternoon and Miss Bertie Lily. The devotional I f Misses Jean Davis and Margaret Indication of the Christianity ol er units. At a conservative estimate .. in the school fund as made by the success IIy 5
o'clock at the home of Mri service was conducted bj Lowry, Dr. and Mrs. Geo. H. teacher unit, $7- &
at 3:00 that church Is It*per capita giving of $600 per school's closing before the eight. --

1 ....J l P. M. Barefoot. Mrs. A. Wood, and an Instructive Lowry. to missions'' (362, including chi. 230,065 will be required out of the month's term are up and through NOTICE OF
;Members are: Mrs. J. H. Pitts, program was carried out by MIsi dren. appropriation of $7,500,00 to con smaller apportionment on accountof AGE CIIARGE58lo

O leader; Mrs. J. M. Brownlee. Mrs Amy Coburn, Mrs.,. J. H. Ritch and BIRTHDAY PARTY Another Indication of the esteem duct the schools through the cur teachers' salaries not coming up ,

:Roy' Edwards, Mrs. A. F. Murrhee, Miss Lily. During the social half In which that church holds 1U. rent eight months' school year. to standard, such saving would The under lgned
ri} ,Mrs. O. H. Bennett Mrs. J. L hour, the hostesses served hot tea,, Master J. W. Andrews, m, wai ministers is that It has consistently State Superintendent W. S. simply enable a larger apportion- lie auction for cash WilIlldlat
q.. 'Simmons, Mrs J. H. Hundley, MrsJ. apple pie and cheese to the following the young host at a birthday part sent its ministers and their Cawthon announced Monday that ment unit for the followingyear. bidder certain to the
x E. Wilson. Mrs. W. 'J. Epperson, guests: Mrs. J. F. Colley Mrs.J. Thursday afternoon to his 'neigh'borhood wives to the>Holy Xand,Palestine,, he bad finnally received complete stored in the Hull tooth

'I .I Mrs Goodman Mrs P. B. Canova,, H. Ritch. Miss Amy Coburn playmates.A with aU expenses paid. And they figures from all county superintendents i 4 .1 ... net of Call stm t.bUUd1Dr hA ,
Mrs. Priest Mrs.H. D. Hemingway Mrs. A. W. Redgrave, Mrs. Nellie Jolly time was had by' the 'whose salary -
Sr., have never bad a pastor some of whom had been P. T. A. _ Thompson:street
Barefoot Mrs,, ... Wood and the outdoor BROOKER Starki, .,,.
?Mrs. P. M> Martinez, M. A. youngsters playing games war not-raleed sometimes u sU,weeks late In forwarding their PRESENTS FLAY the 10th day of
!r R..R. Prevatt, Mrs.. W A. Bessent, pastor. Rev.' W. F. Jones Buddy wu tx,years old and ,tbe. many as five times.Rev. .' reports'la ,to the'state departmentOf -. Good sold as the OctobeUtlh
: :Mrs.: S. F. Hamrtek., Mrs. J.. a Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr., was playmates who were present presented Daugherty 'accepted' the education. No disbursement of T. Button property d
T A. whose
Brooker P. staged a last
Sapp, II.... G. C. White, Mrs P. B.'McMillan hostess to the Noble;White Circle, him,with gifts In memento call on the basis of $3600 per year.A state school monies could be made The dress Is Goshen knowa
by Wednesday", Indian
Mrs.' W. ''H. Andrews, which were entertained In the spa- 'of this.nappy occasion. A sweet red bricktwostory; parsonage receivedand play "Engaged
reporte'were (
until, these October 3. Signed) j. M.
1t'' a :Mr& Thomas, Mrs. Wm. Mundy Jr. clone sun-parlor. Mrs. W. E.: Mld course was served the little_ __ guests. la included a month's vacation every the total number of units made Saturday-- evening, N.D.wExecutors ALVAIIJz:
}; .;, Circle..No.,2'of the Baptist W. dleton led the devotional service, ,,. summer'and all paidto said The cast was as follows:
> expenses known., ;Jackson county, he : Martin Henry .Ortho Maheny.: of the
I& U. 8<_will meet Monday afternoon after which Mrs; L. Wyman read WOMAN'S CLUB TO MEET aU conventions.' This with the the last of 67 to be received.Mr w, Alvarez, deceased estate It
y was ,Arthur Watson rAlph. Haven.: . t at 3 'clock place, of the to be announced i an Interesting paper on Liberia. ---. assurance of* raise in salary within Cawthon stated that due to y
'" ; later.Members Miss Amelia Ray reviewed the subject The Woman's Club of Starke will : a year. '" .. of the first of the Jack-L. '
r the nearness .
Mrs. F. F. Flume, Current In Africa." afternoon atj 3 : Dick- 0. J. Mott., TEACHERS J
:/ ): are; of meet Wednesday There were 400''applicants for 'month and the fact that additional ASSOCIATION
b leader; Mr.-A.'F. Griffls, Mrs;A. Tie president of the society Mrs. o'clock :at the 'club house.A reception her pulpit a Mayfleld.! Among .monies were expected for the Ted-Russell Green MEET '
O. Andreu Mrs. Charles Over- T. J. Griffin gave a report of the will beheld"at this time them 'were."soine 'of the greatest school fund within the' next few Lucille Personsr Blanch -

' h street Mrs. W. H. Perkins Mn. zone meeting held at Green Cove for' the' teachers of the Bradford >r achers of the Christian Church. distribution approxlmatey ter. The Central Florida fai!
.I O. Powell Mrs. Robert Cone, last week. School Hostesses for .days MarleLeola Fogg. Teachers' Association
f"a I* Springs County High lev. Daugherty feels Justly proud (315.000 to the counties would will\ BJ
Mrs.' F. O. Hemingway Mrs. G. W. The hostess, assisted by Mrs. A. the afternoon will be: Mrs. P. E. that he was selected to serve that made until ,October 1, but Jane-Edna Stansbury. Gainesville on Friday tnjTjday
not be
i:' Alderman Mrs. L. W. Kickllter, H. Harley Jr. served dainty light Canova, M.... J. F. Colley, Mrs. E. church from atnong' so"many, applications that counties would receive their Mabel -Willie Mae Hinson. October 23rd and 24th. j

Mrs. O. J.' Griffin Mrs. Lizzie i refreshments to the following clr- W. Hayes, Mrs.: D. C. Jones, Mrs. allotted of this sum Immediately Miss Abigail Persons-Lorena. teachers are expected to at tt J

Johns Mrs. Louie Kahn, Mrs. G. .ale members: Mrs W. E. Middle- V.! Sternberg, Mrs. Hamilton hitch, But he regrets to leave Clare- :. portion after the month closes. Green. A. J. Celfii,
B. Flynn, Mrs., Fay GUI Mrs. E D. ton. Mrs. L. A. Davis, Mrs., A. Z. Mrs. C. G. Bryant, and Mn. :E. K. nore. In his remarks Sunday night state* appropriated Mrs. Watson-Idell demons.
i Card, Mrs. Brown. Mrs. E. G. 1 Adklns, Miss .Amelia Ray Mrs. J. Perryman.. le said that he loved the people of The legislature for the First Gypsy-:Theo McCauley

Bryant; rift E.r M.Thomu Mrs.John W. White Mrs, T. J. Griffin and Christian church here, and the people > $7,500,000 per year the teacher Second Gypsy-Connie McGaul' THE NEW
schools and provided
y t Bowers, Mrs. E. M. Hayes, Mrs. L.. Wyman.MR. I'. W. A. ORGANIZATION of Claremore at large; that the method, of distributing the ey. SELBY-
t Mrs. a O. Lewis, :Miss Etta Tison. happiest four and a half years of unit Mary-Bulah Lewis.
Orel No. a of the Baptist W. On Thursday night of last week i ute have been those spent ,here.I I money to counties. ComptrollerAmos First Girl-Theo McGauley.
to Arch !
AND MRS. R. F. DEMO.IIEST'S believes revenues pay Preserver
r M. S. will'meet.Monday afternoon the Y..W., A. of the Baptist church Only the -larger, opportunity for short about Second Girl-;Connie McGauley.
will fall
r' at 3 o'clock, place of meeting to be HOME was reorganized with the following service .caused'him to accept the appropriation An exciting Indian stunt wasriven '
LI, t 1 decided later. ? SUPPER AND BRIDGE Dffleers: President, Miss Lena Belle BalL 750000. hand : during the play by, the following -
: Membea'are: s M re. J.L. Sllcox. Shepard; Vice-president, Miss Had money been the prime Mr, Cawthon on the other : Juanita McCauley, Janle SBO
f )Ira.ll..M..Edwarde. Mrs. Decorated with pink radiance Miss sees no serious con queDce. froman ,Mae Quarrels, Brunell :Morgan Le-
: leader; Mary Brownlee; Secretary motive of.his ministry ha would because .
Thomas Mersereau; Mrs.: C. A.Knight roses intermingled with greenery, fbelma Silcox; Treasurer, ,Miss Claremorelong expected shortage Land Waters Jr., J. W. Kelley,
have from
i Wall Mrs.. G. the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. F.3emorest gone; many countle\v1U not be able to d:
14r A. E. Martha Brownlee. bas;
Since comings here, he .
go. '
e'. P. Raymond. Mrs.,. J. C. Robinson, i presented a lovely setIng The meetings will be held on each claim the cufhlrharee'of"$800 per
tad four churches. much
and; : dills down the
"+ for the spaghetti supper teacher unit cutting
R. A.
Mrs. a L. Peek Mrs. i third Thursday eveningsf
nrst and and each
larger-UuuI.the .here,,
to a number fine", H. E. LAGERQREN:
rvenlng bridge given "considerably.
Mrs .
Mrs H. I* Brownies the school month at 7 o'clock I of them paid a Iar.-.lIalary: He;
L. Clark, rf their friends Thursday night, According to the.tate superlnendent -
Alice LangfbrcV Mrs. AU ladies who are Interested Christ Surveying -LevelingMapping
m young because he thought
f. stayed
Mrs. Charlie Supper was served informally at will I ; there are strings tied to At a new
A. J. Thomas
Mrs. in this organization .
: here that
wanted 1abn14..rv. ,
Mrs. .mall tables followed by bridge. At GeO. ; : ; ; the appropriation, and to the $600 low
:. Powell, Mrs. E. E. Canova. jet in touch with Mrs. C. here was work'to be done, and price iDO,
James ,. Kite. Mrs. Feeler Mrs. the conclusion of the play prizes White before Thursday of next' he stayed do it. per unit. In the first place every Starke, Florida666
James:Shepard, Mrs. ,N. D. Bum- for holding high scores were week. of teacher must be paid a minimum (Formerly $10)Vogue )
In the four and a half
Mrs. F. B. Johns. Mrs. F. C. awarded Mrs. A. Z. Adkina and Mr. years salary of $360 per year in order:
garner his here there have been
ministry ,
i, Peterson, XI''. W. L. Wall. H. C. WaitEnjoying DAUGIIERTY GOES TOKENTUCKY 241 addition to the church. to: share to the full extent of the Boot
and Mrs. Demo- teachers -
Mr CHURCHThe 600.( Schools that employ
BUSINESS MEETING OF est's hospitality were: Mr. and and pay them less than that

i U. D. C. HELD Urn. O. L. Beasley, Mr and Mrs. following news story taken NOTICE sum per year will not receive the
1. W.' Andrews, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. from the Claremore (Okla) Dally 'L--t full $600 for that unit. The sums Shop

r A business meeting of the U. D. D. A. Knight, Mr. and Mr. J. C. Progress will be of interest to The Executive Board of the based on five-thirds, and a lesser Relieve LIQUID. llmdach on TABLETS or NraralsrlM In

' C. was held at the home of Mrs. A. Robinson, Senator and Mra. E. M. Friends' in Starke and Hampton of Woman's Club will meet at the salary would entitle the school' SO ..I..t_ check Cold t... tint
M. Darby Tuesday afternoon for Johns, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wall Flev. and Mrs. Wm. D. Daugherty. lubhouse Friday morning at 10 to a proportionate share of the al- day days.. ..d check Malaria !. Wet Gainesville, Fla.

}t the purpose of electing new officers. Judge and :Mr. A. Z. Adklns. He Is the son of Rev. and Mrs. W. o'clock. lotment. Then there is the re- 668 Salve for Baby's Cold. I

EL Daugherty of Starke, was born
The officer. elected were. as follow DR. LOWRY COMPLETES in Hampton, and a few years ago

.: 34T1I. YEAR IN MINISTRY conducted a revival In the Christian :

President, yet to be elected. church of Starke: ,
Vice-president, Mr. George C. In celebration of the thirty-: Sunday night at the close of the : ; tiatt

White. fourth anniversary of her husband's service Rev. Wm. D. Daugherty resigned ,, er
Secretary, Miss Madge Middle ordination to the gospel as pastor of the First Chrls- .
ton. ministry Mrs, George H. Lowry tlon Church here, to take effect ,. ,

''p "a Treasurer Mrs. ,W...E.'. Toroda. served a five-course dinner_to the .October 31. This came as a great ;.

'.. Historian, Miss Ethel Griffin. officers of the Presbyterian church surprise to the large audience In ;-.,"
,' ** Registrar, Miss Olive Ray. and their wives last Monday evening attendance. The many eyes ,that ,
to :"+,: A new nominating committee at the manse. Dr. John F, were filled with tears was an eloquent -
;' was appointed to select the presl. Shepherd Presbyterian executive testimony of the deep affec-

dent< They aware Mrs. J. E. WU for the synod of Florida and Mr. tion in which Rev. and Mrs.

1i .f?.on, Mrs. O. L. Haynes and Mrs. Shepherd, were also honored Daugherty are held by not only the Y1flIthYeJ4aWS1

p L. A. Davis. guests. The hostess was ably assisted members of the Christian Church,
Mrs. L. A. Davis and Mrs. A. Z by the wives of the church but by many friends outside its :
Adklns were appointed delegate! officers. The spacious rooms of membership.
I'V' to the state meeting of the U. D. C the manse were tastefully decorated At three o'clock Sunday afternoon .

to be held in Bradenton the )Jattei with pink radiance roses and W. H. Brizendlne, chairman

V part of October., ageratum. The pink and lavender of the Official Board of the First .
At, I the close of the bustnesi color scheme was carried out In Christian Church at Mayfield,

meeting the hostess served refreshments : the menu and table decorations. Kentucky called Rev. Daugherty) : Starts Monday October 12th

to those) present. Piano selections were beautifully on long distance and verified the : .. ,
.' -. rendered between,courses by Mrs.E. unanimous call to that .great
;R LOUISE STERN ,HAS :M. Davis. At the close of the church. Seven Days of Celebration: n

i ANNIVERSARY PARTY' dinner, C. N. Christy, acting as With one exception, the Mayfield
V u- toasts
toastmaster the following between
church Is the largest
Mrs. W. A. Stern .entertalnet were proposed and responded to: Kansas City. Mo.,, and Louisville,
V with a birthday party Tuesday afternoon "The Long, Long Trail," Rev. G. Ky. It baa over 1200 members and After weeks and months of ex. .

"1 honoring her small daughter H. Lowry. "The MagiC Letter," their paid budget last year ,was tensive preparations "The BigStore"
.' ', Marie Louise, who celebrated Mrs. H. i. Young. "The Sower," auditor- '
$21,784.15. The worship :
is ready to break records fir'lg
her seventh birthday. !J. M. Truby. "Keep the Home Fires ium seats 1200. It has an elevated a
a Games were enjoyed on the lawn, I Burning," W. B. Barnes. "Doping' choir and a mighty pipe organ. I I of past achievements . eager

tl L : s Later an Ice course 'was served it Out". J. M.: Mitchell. "The Trail's The Religious Education plant Is for you to share the' celebration
with the birthday cake, which waG End." Dr. Shepherd. The reading separated and up-to-date, havingbeen I I
I of 64th Anniversary Sale.
with seven candles. A color our
topped of the "Magto Letter. by built six years ago. There la
scheme of pink and green b.lngtl Young was followed by the presentation only 38,000 owing on it, and all of .
re v 'A carried out effectively. Derby hats In a clever speech to Dr. 1 ..

y .' were given as favors. Lowry t>t an envelope containing avery
Mrs. J. M. Mitchell Mrs. A. H. substantial "As a slight I
sum, DR. R. W. MARTIN
Harley. Mrs. Olin White and MrsW. expression of the esteem in which : Mail Orders Filled

B. Mlddleton assisted Mrs. you are held by the officers of tae DENTIST: ,

y JJ Stern In looking after the pleasure .little church which you are so ablyerving l Phone 33 Hours j 9 to B
trot the little guests who were:: Jacqueline In the. souse of our Mas Corpenlng's, Drug Store .- If f it is not:possiblej: for you to attend this

J Andrews, Buddy Andrews, ter." Ovr .. sale in person; order your needs by mad.I .

F ; ,Marjorie Sue Mlddleton Betty Mc. The invited guest list Included: i (Include I > Your order will receive
c, .r.Rae, Ida Lulu Davie Marjorie Da- e; .
/g:vis; Bobble Biggs, Junior Harley, I I I prompt and! careful attention.
;EDO: Hayes, Betty Hayes, Gloria i "
''Buford Yarbrough. Doris
Fay Here
''i'' if Kru .. Betty Knjse, Helen Kruse, rir .

;k '."Freeman Register Olin White, Jr., 4 T ".A 0 flVNDAY"S TIMES-UNION: -
., ;i ',Patsy Ruth Wainwrlght. Margaret The V : far El ht Palla .f Sale News.

_ 'I: Lowry. Ruth Wyman.: Slots WayMoney I

i;Hayes Joyce Hayes, L'Etta Cor-

W penial' and Lorraine Hartman19MRf3. ..
t. r i Grows S -

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W.... L. ,Wynian was hostess to
I IF :members of her bridge club Friday If you had started ten years ago to.put .

t afternoon at her borne on $3.00 a week in this saving bank you

Cherry street.Autumn would now have 1916.13 (savings plus,
flowers gaily decked
rri 4 per cent interest compounded quarterly V V
the living room, where the guests c V
spent a pleasant afternoon. Prizes ) to call your own. a

for 'high and second scores were I
awarded Mrs. O. L. Beasley and How much will you have saved, 10 years III ,

Mrs. R. F Demorest. The hostess front now? k
,f served a salad course at the close' .11II.; *

{' n of the games!. .' ** :
i The guests were: Mrs. N. Steak 1 Iffi V ;

rid berg. Mrs. Peace Mrs. A. Z. Ad- : : ; Vt V

T k .klns, Mrs. S. L. Peek Mrs.Edward 'j Bank of Starke ,

P Burns, Mrs. C. A.; Knight, Mrs. R. :
,F. Demorest Mrs. O. L, Beasley, t Vr

Mrs. T. J. Alderman Mrs. O. ,L. g

,Haynes: Mr. 1.., D.. Vlning. and .Starke- Florida .q
Miss Mabel w.n.r.vamaUyElhubuta.. '

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r ,Vi Timber Co.;; opened office.rin'city. _,_,_ "" . ,. I ..... J

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--'- I ASK RENTAL is this procedure the railroad is PLAY AT LAUTEY SCHOOL

Hunters Getting ON RKFRIC1ERATOK CARS seeking to enjoin.In Lil's Slnk-o-pater
PJ SAMPSON its bill of complaint, the Atlantic Lawtey High School Auditorium
Bits o'f Ethel Joiien. Cor. Chicago, Oct. 2.-Ed Briggs, Coast Line charges that a Friday, October Sth.
License Report .. \ of the American Fruit total of (78,420.56 has been levied Admission, 15 and 25c
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i Vegetable Shippers Associa against its property lu the several Benefit of School Fund.
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. ; stated this week that the rail counties which Is excessive and Illegal
N Last Year Game Jacksonville were visiting have given notice as to pro and that an additional Hlalenh.-Work resumed at Ken
IDeal: here last Saturday.Mr. ed rental charge for use of re amount totaling 9153.25: Is assessed dall test well of East Coast Oil &
: and Mr,. Nlram cars to apply to all kinds against its telegraph lines In the Natural Gas Co.
Our Pwplt*. and Hampton attended potatoes originating at points same manner. Palmetto--AcUtlon being built to
Concerning Federal Regulations! to Change here fish market.
Sunday. Alabama, Florida Georgia and i i Thompson
Prolr... of the County and Town. Status Duck Seanon 30 Days Those who attended Carolina when such ship IN MEMORY LITTLE JAMES -
at Graham from.,here are destined to point in FREDERICK CARNELL, NOTICU OP- Appi.irtTio' i ron
------------- License blanks have been sent. ternoon were M!'.'and I Freight Association, Cen I Notice 'I. hcrvbjr TAX 1IHKD given that J. 8.
5Z5Z5Z5Z5Z5S5Z5Z5Z5Z5Z5Z5Z5Z5Z5i5'of : out by the state to county judges McKinney, Mr. and Freight Association, Illinois :'[)Qwn Into God's earthly garden I Eunlcel. holder day of of\Ulca.a: A. I>. t No.i ,
REPORT Jacksonville,, and family have and some hunters are getting their Wynn, Miss Louie Wynn Association, New England Came an angel one bright day, ban riled nald rertlflcate In mr office
1'lI- moved, to Stark and have an licensee for the season soon to begin. Kite Dorothy Smith, Association Trunk Line Plucked a rosebud and so gently and limue made thereon application In accordance for tax deed with to
Start" branch. U. apartment at Mr. J. F. Klckllter's. The hunter must state what Kinney and Novella King and Western Trunk: In his arms bore It away; law. Maid certificate embraces the
.' by game, if any he killed last season. Association territory."lite God had placed it in your bower. following described' property situated I
IIIPtrYpepartment. ton.Miss In Uradford Florida, to-
Oct. 8. 193LDat4 Wll-jon of the Federal regulations govern and Novella King was object of this) Is undoubted And you watched It with such wit: "
Hayes University
,.e1lL eIIdiJIg. change some of the Florida cus Mis Lossle Wynn an effort to get additional reve- care, Lot 41 -Woertlawn flection II,
B, II KaetThe .
of Florida the at Township Kansre
:MAL Prectp.DO toms. The latest pamphlet Issued noon and Sunday t and will not only affect pota Till Its tiny leave unfolding aM.etminent Of ald property
..04to home with his parents, Mr. and by Commissioner Woodward contain Mr.. Walter Qriffin was but will take la sweet potatoes Cast sweet fragrance on the air. under the the eald of certificate Ctomuel Clark.leaved"waeto
U 8. Mrs. K. W. Hayes.Mr. the toUowiDg'about' tederal business Saturday. well and when you consider this Unleea name ald certificate ehall be redeemed
8 M regulations on dove and duckr Mr, and Mrs.' W. H. coming at a tun when ,All about, It twined your heartstring According,; to law. tax deed
: 83 will letiue thereon on tn* 'th day of
81 .09 and Mrs. J.' K. Wilson returned Under the recently amended federal Monday In Jack. oD'VUle. efforts are being made by the *. November. A. D tin '
8 e6 10' .15 home Tuesday after spending regulations the open season Card 0(.Thank to take from agriculture And. your. 'future seemed so 01. .Dated IMl' ,tnU ttfc of OctbrA.,
" 81 .T the summer at. Davis' cottage for doves In Florida Is from November W* wish to,thank those heavier penalty; it 1* another bright,.. 0.'W"LDJI1RHAN,
5 86 e6 68 at Klngmley lake., 20th to January 31st, except slated us and fO..! e & that our Industry I* going to With such, stmabine la your garden 88 .29 in Monroe, Broward and Dade kindness shown us during a real fight on Its hands. Surely ther could be no night. II.'. '. ...

tal rainfall for week, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dyal and son, counties. The season in those three ness and death of, our "While the railroads apparently But alaat Our blessed Father ..- ,.... .: .... .. .; ....... -.
Roy Jr., of Orlando, were week counties is from September 16th band and father; and for Increased revenue on the Only loaned to. you the bud .1 '
,\ all dresses _4 ot end guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. O. to November 15th. ' tiful floral,offertpga v, r of their own needs, yet And he wanted It* sweet fragrance I

be beat at II R. Store. Hail ,, '. This season conforms* to the .Mr*. C B. Brwn and. are unwilling to exempt agri In the Paradise of Qod, ATLAS'
: season provided by the 'Florida ..t., from these revenue attack .
r. ud Mrs., H. C.'Wall", pent Senator and Mrs. K. :M.. Johns law. However It will be necessary '' though agriculture 1* In a So to earth he sent his angel
'esdaY to Tallahassee.Mrs. and daughter, Gloria, were dinner that the county commissioners deplorable condition than theaUroada. I Bade him pluck Its fairest flowr -
guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Williams of the three counties mentioned ,RISING ." .- The Standard Oil t
eIId O. U Haynes visitTueaday. In Alachua,Wednesday. request the state game com MlM ...... .,.Rae, 'And he took your little darling
" J ckllonvl11e missioner to -crescrtbe an ooen aea- ANSWERS In hi* arm to heaven'* bower; -
Mrs. Curies and daughter, Mlas [son in those counties before doves Mr. R. M. Johnson and RAILROAD SUIT There to bloom through endless
. r. and Mrs., T. B. Massl spent Alice Curies of Jacksonville, were can be legally shot. of Graham, motored to thi '*ge*. Year
,nd y in Qultman, Oa.r guests of'Mrs. J. F..Colley Tues There Is a provision In the Florida Monday.Mr. The state of Florida through And It* purest leave* unfold;
day. law that requires the state Gerald Adkina of Attorney General H. E. But it left your heart all bleeding .+....,...*....
r,. Roy Edward wa* a vlaltor game commissioner to prescribe an made a business trip to th1 Monday filed Its answer I And your future dark and cold.
GalDe vlUe Monday. Miss Ethel Griffin Miss Lois open season In any county on Monday.. the bill of complaint of the At
Adklns. A. E. Wall and S. R. Johns duck and doves consistent with Mr." and Mr*. Joe Coast Line.railroad of July Oh, you cannot see why Jeau Frigidaire
Mr. and Mrs. I* A Davis were motored to Gainesville Monday afternoon. the federal law at the request of other attended the In which the railroad ask the Wanted Just your sweetest bud
tore to Jacksonville Thursday. the board of county commissioner ner of hi* brother-in-law, county circuit court to re But you bow your head and whisper
I .' ''Proctor' of Lake Butler Comptroller Ernest Amos the three year'puar-
Bur. nd Mrs. N. D. Bumgarner Mrs. O. W.: Alderman, Mrs. G. Last year a number of counties Mr. and Mr, *. Earnl collecting something over It must be the will of God.' : -

at Sunday In Palatka. C. White and Mrs. S. P. Vandlvlere requested an open season on ducks 'Gainesville spent the, In taxes levied in 30 coun Low beneath the rod you're 'bend-. antcd 'el'i( '''cte.rll1.'
motored to Jacksonville Wednesday and dove prior $November 20th, with their parent; Mr. .. of the .tat* through which Ing. ,-.' /
llfr. and Mrs. R.,H.. Moore spent and spent the day. the openingdate"of the general 'J. E. Norman.a, rail line passes.. But you know in Urn to .com* rqtol'ot: ,
tul'daY In Jack onvWe.' hunting law\ Sine*, the federal law Mr.'and Mrs. L-.Toung The case will be heard by Judge You will meet and clasp your .
J. M. Shaw,who conducted the now conforms to'the state law this ily were-\'JIlttDg vMativM shortly. The A. C. L. darling "
[col J and Mrs. H. V. Knight were Cash Market next to Mitchell's particular provision of the state Butler'Sunday! t, M that a number of special In God's great eternal )lome."" For sate 6jjf* *
I Jacksonville Saturday. Drug Store during the summer has law will be Ineffective except as Friend of Mr"" Henry school district and other tax- ... .
returned to Gainesville.Mrs. it applies to the dove 'season In grieved at his' limes authorities in the counties Births t.
I:Mrs.! Edna Shaw spent Sunday In Monroe, Broward and Dade coun serious. We alt hope he, I have levied,"excessive and Mr. and Mrs. W.; H. White
newllle with friends. H. H. Young was in Jacksonville recover. tax rate against railroad Starke boy Oct. 3rd. Smith's ServiceStation
Tuesday, going up to attend ties.Another change in the federal Mr. and Mrs. Owen Gills In order to pay off bond Mr. and Mr*. Emery J. Hazen ,
|:Mr.! and Mrs. W. B. Mundy were,;' the meeting of the Federal regulations Is that the shooting of sonville was visiting Mr. and meet other obligations Brooker boy, Oct. 4th.
tore to Jacksonville Wednesday.I Business Association.Mrs. doves over baited areas Is pro Zary Crawford Sunday it Is alleged they have as Mr. and Mrs. Everett Norman,
hibited. The Florida law has prohibited Master Harold Crawford In violation of the consti Starka, boy Oct. 7th.
I Gotham Gold Stripe Hose, regu- Pearce and daughter :Mrs. this since 1927. ed home Sunday after a right and In excess of law .
ir|L50, now $1 at J. Sc B. Store. Allen, of Lake Worth, are spend The biological survey announces visit with relatives In each Instance the railroad com Jack.onvllle-Blds opened for
ing the week in Starke, guests of that the open season on ducks, has paid part of the tax as racing Max Moss home, on site of Starke Fla.

| Mrs. Irene Wills and Mrs. E. H. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mundy. geese, brant and coots has been 8TAKKK OROVE NO. ,. all of them being on the r proposed post office and federal _. .....r_ _..... .. or ,.
lib were guests of Mrs. K. W.arrIa reduced to thirty days for 1931. rolls, and after declining to building.
i In Jacksonville Tuesday Miss Amy Moore visited her This rather severe reduction is due There will be a meeting the entire amount assessed In
mother in Jacksonville Thursday.Mrs. to the serious shortage of ducks. Grove No. 278 Tuesday several counties, the comp Phone STEAM PRESSING CO. Suits |
I Mr. C C. Tatum of St. Augus-- Moore Is very ill in St. Vin caused by:\ extereme unfavorable .1301 in the W. '"6. W. proceeded to order attach 52 J. Frank Thoman, Prop. Cleaned & *,
t, was the guest of Mr. and cent's hospital. conditions In the breeding areas in rnembers are urged to : proceedings against railroad FELTIIATS Cleaned and Blocked Reshaped ,t'I I
L R. J Davis Monday. the United States and Canada according there will be a class to X"'h. to enforce collection. It
MpFreem&II, ,Johns who Is employed to.the biological survey that date. \,I
I 1IrL W. E. Mlddleton spent"sev- with the Seaboard Air Line and others more or leas acquainted ... M 1
hldiyi this week In Jacksonville In Miami spent several days with with conditions."No Ocala "0,000 I

rltl relatives. his parents Mr. and Mrs. Jeff doubt lack of water on the building dedicated at SPECIAL-FRIDAY i SATURDAY DO. 9 & 10
Johns. breeding grounds Is a contributing Fcsaenden Academy, negro ,
Mn..! T. J. Griffin and Mrs. EX M. factor to the present shortage In atory schoonl near here.,
fohu motored to Jacksonville Miss Myrtle Oils Crump and the supply of ducks. However, we
lay for the day. father stopped over in Starke Sat do not believe that this is the Fishing licenses'are good
urday enroute to their home in principal factor.) Furthermore, year from date of } sue. TIP TOP Grocery
Mn. Josephine Edwards la visitr Tampa and were dinner guests of fIVe believe that this factor has Persons under 10 years
[her daughter Mrs. C. V. Slmpi Miss Amy Moore. been over emphasized and that the are not required to have
i In Gainesville., real cause of shortage has been fishing license.
Messrs. Paul Knight and Nolan obscured or minimized" says the Persons over 69: years of LOCATION BETWEEN' BANK AND POST OFFICE

Utnt stjle shoe* for women at, Canova Jr., of Waldo, spent the Florida pamphlet."We exempt under the law
erJ 1 low prices. JT. & R. Store. I week-end In Jacksonville, guests believe tht the real cause ing and fishing license.. Ilowell Nasworthy, Owner and Operator

of the latter's uncle and aunt, Mr. of the present depleted condition
[Stato's Attorney and Mrs. A. S.WI and Mrs. L. C. Canova. of the duck supply is that too
i spent Thursday In Jackson- many ducks have been killed in
e. Mi', and Mrs. E.. S. Matthews are recent years. This is due to the
spending this week In Georgia visiting Increased number of shooters more ,
I Miss Myra Smith of Jacksonville relatives. Before returning destructive firearms and ammunition T' ire T R
spending this week with her home they will visit in Camilla, use of live, decoys, but the
Brents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Smith. Wadley Madison and other points. most destructive of all is the practice GAINESVILLE.

of duck clubs slaugter over ---- _.- -,
State's Attorney and Mrs. A. S.row Friends of Mrs. O. I* Beasley baited areas We expect to see a
spent Sunday in St. Augus- will be glad to know that she Is BtlH further reduced supply in 1032 Program Week
!ne and at Jacksonville Beach. doing nicely following an operation whether the breeding grounds
at Cook's Sanitarium not. In fact, we expect
Sunday morning are dry or TODAY COMPOUND GREAT NORTHERN
Miss Hazel Adkina of F S. C. W. Tampa. a continuous decrease each year Good White
>t Tallahaaaee is expected home until some provision is made to reduce "The
or the week-end. Mrs. E. C. Narbor. Mrs. Sapping- the annual kilL It seems that BACON LARD BEANS

ton and daughter, Miss Lucille Sap- nothing very greatly worthwhile With .
* B. Stoie, next to the potloe plngton and Mrs. H. Darby of Lake will be done toward this end until

| II. where goods are pric Tl to City, spent Thursday in Starke congress does it or the supply is reduced Maru Brian, 9 Pound71hc 6IbSe------25c
with friends and relatives. to the danger point toward I Pound - -, c
extermination and the conservationists Prevost, Johnny
Mrs. Kffle Johns Mr..,and ir.. Mrs. D. T. Clarke returned to her demand the necessary corrective I Ir
'freeman Johns spent Saturday In home in Miami Friday. She was measures." 'Mkaouvllle. SEAPLANE
Mr. licenses, '
accompanied by her parents, The coat of the various
and :Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, and including the county Judge's fee SATURDAY
Dr. J. H. Coffee of Arcadia Is the brother Joe Walnwright who were for issuance, follow: FLOUR RICE CHEESE
P t of Mr. Frank Hoover and her guests,for several days. '. Seriea Av-Resldent county game / .
fa er friends .in Stark*, license $1.25.Sertes ,. .., ., '
Mrs. H. V. May. Mrs. Charles 'B-Resident other than In Slbs.19c
TU. : 241bs. 55c Pound 19c
many friend* of Mr. Frank Overstreet and Mrs. N. D. Bum- horn county game license $3.29.: - -
w>vr will be sorry to know that garner motored to Gainesville Series C-Resident state gam ""Everything .
1 ta Suite ill at hU home. Tuesday night to visit Mrs. A.. J. licenses. $8. (The comic cyclone of '
i Griff* who Is a patient at the Ala- Series Nonresident state RitaMonday ") RIPE SOAP ORPOWDER IRISH OR.SWEET

J- *. 1* Sullivan and Mr*. D. [chua County Hospital.Mr game license, 125.50.
j.:*?or * Theresaa, were among Series N_Resident county Cur- & POTATOESlOlbs.
Tutors to Stark Saturday. *. K. F. Pomeroy and Miss animal license $3.25.' BANANAS ,
Pomeroy of Jacksonville Series Non-resident county
Xrs. Nat TurnbuU and so... Billy Mrs. R. E. BUtch and Mlase* Kate fur animal license, $:m.M.
niurencevuie' Va, arrived Stewart, Bobbie and Elizabeth ofMr Series P_Resident state fur animal With 51bs. 19c 3forlOc 17c'
IIladaJ and will spend the winter BUtch of Quincy were pests license, $29 50.
: and Mrs. J.:M. Mitchell Sunday i Series Q-Resident other than Clarke Gable
animal license FANCY PINK
afternoon.Mr. county of residence fur FRESH GROUND
and Mrs. GALLON
H. A. Dew tormerlyENT 9100O.Series (
William Montleth_and daughter Non-resident atate fur COFFEE
: Mis* Alice Montletb ot inoraIxvtlle animal license 9100.50.Fluking 59cSALMON .
slater of License* .
Pa.-father "Daughter SYRUP
I A i freshwater o -
WORD Mr. T>: A."Montleth, and his uncle, Series R.-Resident state Dragon" "
I Mn David Montleth of Manchester fishing license $329. TallIOc 2Ibs.25c,
of Mr. and Mrs. Series Non-resident county .
COLUMN N. H., are guests With
D. A.. Montieth.Mr. fresh water fishing license $3.29.
Series O Non-realdent state 'Warner Oland, PORK AND ICEBERG
RENT-Six Edward C. Morrow fresh water fishing license. $1050.
room and Mrs.
-e11located, clean modern.cottage Ap.- \and daughter Miss Shyrl Morrow, Series E. Resident additional May Wong Beans 5c Lettuce lOc Apples 5 Ibs. 19c
-ply thts office. IG-2-tt. enroute to their home in Ft. Pierce in county fresh water fishing license, ,

VOlt 0" REN'r-COmfortable bouse. after Pennsylvania spending, were the summer week-end $1.29.Above coat Include: Judge's. fee.Mrs. .I Next Thurs., &

Hoover-Futch South Street. $1() per mcmth. guest of their son and his wife, of the teachers GRETA GRITS OR MEAL No. 2 Size SlicedPineapple Carnation or Pet
is one
Co. It. Mr. and Mrs., W. M. Morrow. Tanner ,
of the Baldwin school and I* taklag -

J'OIt RINT-AplU'tmnt! ,'. with )Irs. Emma Tanner, of Baldwin.I\ the special course taught here In Slbs.lOc '- 15c MilUfor-
Laura Pow Thursday by Instructor from :
'-th entrance" and private land< her mother, M'" oo "SUSAN LEN
; the at Gainesville.Macctenny
rarage visitor* at the state University
kra. ; rate reasonable. ell,of Starke, were
N. T, Thursday. Press. I
Ritch. Powell
stark ,it 1 hum of Tate

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'I t, ft have at least eight feet of distance caused by a contagious organism

between them on all sides. If such he explained. It Is recognized by
HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES a scheme Is used drainage water the offensive roup odor, and thick
E FARM NEWS SECTION will not carry the worms from one mucous discharges from. the eyes
Weekly from Homo Demonstration block to another. If affected bulbs and nasal passages. The cheesy

; 1 I Specialist Tallahassee are found they will be destroyed.., mucous may accumulate In the

Conducted By Growers should make regular : eyes, and parts of the head often

1 L. T. DYER field Inspections to take out and swell.
County AgentMISS
USES FOR PERSIMMONS destroy all diseased-appearing I' The spread of roup can be pre- 'k; S :rdq
I 1 PEARL JORDAN, Home Demonstration Agent plants. Eeelworms prefer to live on vented by quickly removing all affected -

I .. I Persimmon Ice Box Cake the foliage until It begins to die birds from the flock, cleanIng -

HIg L , ( Bulbs Offer LET'S PROTECT CORN Sponge cake, 1 pt. whipping1cream down, then they migrate down into I and boiling or disinfecting
Quick FROM WEEVILS CARBON 1-2 teaspoon vanlUa, 1-2 cup the neck of the bulb and finally Into drinking vessels, using some antiseptic -:
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::1 Easy 'Way to Have BISULPHIDE DOES IT sugar, 2 teaspoonfuls sugar 1 cup I the bulb Itself. In the drinking water and

Flowers All Year persimmon pulp, Fugu preferably.Bake Care should be exercised when I cleaning and disinfecting the L

jig < \ (By Spuds Johnson.) a sponge cake, preferably handling the bulbs so as not to houses.
i r : ; !' Bulbous plants offer the Florida What's the use to work and slave Angel Sponge Cake, in two cake damage them. Proper drying andstorage Treatment of Indvidual birds
shell pans. facilities should also be should be similar to that recom-
',; : gardener possibly the easiest and Making/ crops we then don'tAvef bT'rf G
Whip one-half pint of cream add provided. The bulbs should be dug mended for colds but badly affected 4

a quickest way of securing bloom The little blackish corn weevil the one-half cup of sugar slowly. I and stored by blocks. Thus If infection birds are such a menace to the

J from flowers every day In the year Is not at all a small evil. Beat In the pulp of the thoroughly Is found only the bulbs In rest of the flock that the best

" H. Harold Hume of the College of Give him a dose of "high life" ripened persimmon Fill the hollow that block will have to be treated. treatment would! be to kill and
of the cake with the fruit mix. e burn them.
v Agriculture stated In a recent address gas, .
ture. Let stand in Ice box at
from WRUF. His dirty work will then be past least OATS AND RYE YIELD ,
four hours.
r, A great variety of colors as well BEST WHEN SOWN IN EARLY ESTIMATES y t
' to be I little In Whip the other one-half pint of I BEAN ACREAGE REDUCED r.s
as types are had. There Is ran across a eye opener LAST HALF OCTOBER
F the yellow and gold of dayllUes the regard to the damage caused to the cream' and add 2 teaspoonfuls sugar _'L -

'. pure white of Easter lilies, the pink corn crop each year by weevils. It I slowly. Add vanilla Cover out- Oats have consistently given the Jacksonville Fla., Oct. 2.-Early
of fairy lilies, the red of Amaryllis, Is estimated that the Florida core side of cake Just before serving. best yields In tests at the Florida I estimates of bean acreage In the

lt 1pi the blue of the Roman hyacinth crop this year will be around nine I Persimmon Ice Box Pudding Experiment Station when planted lake section pointed to the fact
: ,j and shadings In between. In height million bushels. It Is also estimated Use 1-2 cup butter, 18 whole between October 15 and November that plantings were going to be

some hug the ground while others that one-fifth of this, or 1- lady fingers, or 1 layer sponge 1, W. IS. Stokes, agronomist, an- larger than In 1930 because the
L 11 are head high. Some are ever- 800,000 bushels will be destroyedby cake, 2 egg yolks 1 cup chopped nounces. Rye planted a little earl- growers had so much bean seed

'1 greens and others lose their leaves weevils this winter. tecans, and 1 1-2 cups persimmonpulp. ier has given the best yields. left from last spring's crop. As

r ;; with the coming of low tempera'tures. -: What can you sell a bushel of Crelm. The best varieties of oats for the season advances, however, It _ _____ __...nn___
: Different types may prefer corn: for in your community T Mul together the butter and North' and West Florida seem to appears that the acreage will be FROM: RAGS TO RICHES J Morton Downey

r different soils and locations, thus a tiply the selling price of a bushel of sugar, add the beaten egg yolks. be Fulghum. and Texas Red Rust- about the same as it was last fall, in cabarets. Bowery theatres and vaudeville, who finally onetime rh, l D i
Add the !
!f fI' knowledge of how each behaves la corn by the number of bushels that persimmon pulp and the proof. Fulghum has given an average or 5,500. as star of the Camel Quarter Hour on the radio. Downey whomi

necessary that it may be fitted in will be destroyed by weevils, and pecans.> yield of 23.6 bushels per acre While growers In the lake sec- visited Boston was given a shiUafah, symbolizing the freedom M.
Its right place In the garden. you will find Indeed that this pest Arrange in alternate layers with and Texas Red Rustproof 18 bush- tion had plenty of seed and did not city, by Mayor Curley in recognition of his national populal
There is the best time to aet each Is no "small evil/' At 75 cents a the lady-fingers as follows: Split need financing for land rent, there shillalah, no doubt, because of his Irish extraction lJ I
y Evergreen sorts do beat bushel for corn the loss In Florida the lady fingers and cover the bottom els.In
group. the rye variety tests Abruzzi are many other items of expense
._ u___ ___.'L._ _L ___ of a pudding pan with one-
when set UA wanD we&we..LDOS.., this year will be over $1,350,000. and-Florida Black have been the which they felt they could not meet
that to rest in and start It seems to that it should be third of them. Place one-half of
go spring me outstanding varieties. Abruzzi has and the planting will be held down.
\' growth again In autumn or winter much cheaper to control this pest the fruit mixture over this, cover averaged 18.2 bushels per acre, and Such items as labor, gasoline, fertilizer -
f' are best planted now. Those that with carbon bisulphide or "high with a layer of the ladyfingers; Florida Black 14.1 bushels and living expenses figureas
on top of this spread the rest of
become dormant In autumn should Ife.
j For grazing purposes, Mr. Stokes extensively In the planting of
/p be planted during winter. While the cribs are empty or the fruit mixture, and finally cov- ,recommends sowing about two or the crop as do the seed and land.,
er with the rest of the .
I 'For winter flowers the narcissus nearly so before harvest begins Is ladyfingers.Place three bushels of oats per acre or There will be no government ? 45x
group with its many varieties, a good time to make them rat in ice box for twelve hours. one to one and a half bushels of seed and fertilizer loans in the Everglades -
may be planted now. The small proof and weevil-proof. To treat Serve with whipped cream. This F h. a,
( rye. If the crops are planted for this fall and ,while that
,; narcissi, with four to a dozen flowers corn, with carbon bisulphide. It is recelpe This serves eight grain only, two bushels of oats or may suit the growers who are -
on each stem. Is represented by necessary to have an air-tight con- may be served by splitting one bushel of rye per,, acre shouldbe able to finance themselves and will
Paper White Pearl White Grand tainer. If don't the sponge cake in half and putting '
you want to make sufficient. prevent excess production it does
Sollel d'Or, Chinese Sacred and he whole crib air tight with ventilating the persimmon mixture between I The tests have ,shown that fertilizer not suit men who apparently haveno

,, Grand Monarque. Paper White windows, why not fix up abig the two layers. Allow to remainIn give best:'re turns when applied -, other means of financing their v fF xh'EA
ice box at least two hours before C s"
planted now should bloom In six to > bin for the purpose of treating In late February or March. crops. ,
eight weeks. To prolong the sea the corn In batches? covering with whipped cream and I I About 100 pounds per acre of some How much the government was aaa.

son they may be planted at intervals Husk the corn in the field or as serving. quick-acting, inorganic nitrates depended on for financing Is shown

'x of two weeks until December, soon as It Is harvested. Place the has proven the, most profitable. by the fact that last year there y w,
The other varieties should furnUh husked corn In the air-tight receptacle LIVE-AT HOME PLANS Grazing will not materially In were applications for loans from

bloom until March. and set the carbon bisulphideIn WILL BE EMPHASIZED terfere with the yield of oats and 250 persons in the Glades section

Such Poetaz varieties as Admir- a shallow pan on top of the corn. IN FARM RADIO TALKS rye if the animals are taken off ,of Palm Beach county for a totalof 14' .
ation, Green Forbes, and Jocondeare One pound will be needed for , .
every just as the grain begins to stool. $221,000. This was cut in the 5< 1r
also desirable. Other satisfactory 100 cubic feet of space. If the bins I Believing that Florida farmers This will usually be about the first final outcome to $90,000. However n

ones that should be plantednow 4x10x5 feet, or 200 cubic feet 2 I will have to produce more of their of March. the section did not suffer last year

are Sir Watkins, Emperor, pounds of carbon bisulphide will : living at home during the period One of the most satisfactory because the applications of hundreds
King Alfred, White Lady and the be> needed. : when their incomes from cash ways of establishing a permanent of persons were rejected and
sweet scented Jonqullla and Odor- Keep the bin closed for 24 hours. are reduced, the Florida
crops Ag- pasture is by sowing oats in the the amount of the loans reducedover

us rugulosus. In west Florida this The carbon bisulphide forms a gas ricultural Extension Service has fall, sowing the grass seed later, half. There were more beans __ A __ _ m ____n___ _
group is very much at home. rapidly and penetrates every crev- planned a series of radio talks on and allowing the animals while last October than could be sold at INDIA'S TEEMING MILLIONS
SPEAKS FOR : Mah.ttGandhi.
Some of the other bulbs that
in the bin. It is
highly inflam- live-at-home subjects. These, talks grazing to tramp them Into the cost of production.. and India's three hundred
should be planted now ar Roman unable, and fire must be kept away will be made by extension, College, soiL Sumter county the other large i revered as saint representing
t hycalnth for December and Jan- from it. millions 'is shown leaving Folkstone for the Indian Round Table
I and Experiment Station workers bean growing section, expects to terence in London. The small emaciated Mahatma swathed 'a' a tin
Snowflakes to
uary bloom Spring I have used this method several I each Monday and Friday from ,CHICKENS POORLY come nearer normal in fall plantings length of cloth is today one of the most powerful figure on earth
+ flower In March, Spring Star Flower years, and find that it is cheaper October 9 through November 6. HOUSED MAY GET having 2,000 acres against 'probably, as great an influence on the world's spiritual and
March and bloom '
for April than boarding weevils when we They will go on the air over WRUF COLDS AND ROUP 3,250 acres last year.' life as any other living human.
Easter lilies, and Free lal. The need all the corn produced on the between 12 and 12:45 the
I : noon, i -+ _ __
latter need h
a may some protection place anyway. I don't have any regular hour for the farm pro- Chickens may take cold Just as FAVORABLE WEATHER AIDS
In the northern part of the state corn to throw taken In during the la I
away. grams. humans if they have to stay In wet, PLANTING STRAWBERRIES summer not listed as an Important
,,1 Soil for bulbs should be prepared ' .. 4 Beginning the series Friday, October damp quarters poorly ventilated months for strawberry production.The Miami was not dreamed of at ti

have about about eight Inches a two deep inch and layer should of FARMERS BUY PEA SEED 9, Dr. Wilmon Newell will houses, or roost in drafts this fall Plant City, Fla., Oct. 2.-Setting majority of plants will be time. Among the county site|
i discuss "The Farmer and the and winter. of strawberry plants for the coming set the latter half of October In. Mellonville, capital of Oran

Il1 humus Is Incorporated not into About It. Manure 2 Milton, Fla.-Farmers In Santa Business Situation. Specific ex- Colds are simply nasal catarrh winter crop was aided by fa- this section owing to the late production county, which Included what limj<
preferable. Rosa county bought 5,000 pounds amples of how farmers In certain and are recognized by watery discharges vorable weather conditions this of plants, although there is Seminole county, as well as <0111
1-2 of commercial
j pounds a counties are coping with the situation from considerable setting, under territory. Orando was! not In t
of Austrian winter pea seed during the eyes and nasalpassages week. A general rain Wednesday way
about a 0-8-10 analysis, will then be given by the county dullness and diminished now, picture at all. Mellonville w
should be added to each 100 September County Agent John G. was followed the latter part of the
feeL square Hudson reports_ They will kk agents from those counties appetite, according to Dr. E. F. week by local showers. about a mile above the present
} pl.mtd i'tur.t On Monday, October 12, W. T. Thomas, astsstant veterinarian at of Sanford, on Lake Monroe
', Small bulbs may be planted close I In the near the Prospects for the coming berry I Lake Wales-Recently the Lake after Andrew MeU
rate of about 30 pounds acre. Nettles will discuss "Building the the Florida Experiment Station. crop have brightened considerably Wales was named
while those about two Inches in per Hlglander looked over an
4v diameter should be spaced six to ' II Rural Home," and Dr. C. V. Noble Birds with lowered vitality, such during the last three weeks as the old geography that was studied by present secretary of the Ire
will give facts about what the as those naturally weak or infested result of favorable weather. In the Highlander says
eight inches apart. Most bulbs Chipley Washington county: i Mrs. J. W. Sample In 1863. Of -
i, should be planted to a depth equal high school opened In recently farmer receives and pays for food with worms, are far more suscep- general the ground contains sufficient course the greatest Interest was -- -

t to three or four times their diam completed $50,000:\ building. products.The tible. Wormy birds should be treat- moisture and Is In good con in Florida, Lake Wales was not on Tampa Five-story Crest .
Lecanto home garden will be featured ed, and the weaklings should be dition. Earlier estimates have at Wa l
eter. With such evergreens as -Chicago firm. purchased the map then neither was Polk apartment-hotel building
19,000 acres of Friday, October 16. Dr. J. E. culled out. been somewhat revised regarding There and Crescent place,w
Amaryllis hybrids and Crinums, land formerly county. were only 36 counties ette street
however the necks or crowns known as Knight property, located, Turlington will discuss Its value, The control for colds. lies in sim- probable acreage In Hillsborough In the state at that time. The to Peter Taylor for sum of $E,
k should not be covered. The ground two miles east of here, and will I A. P. Spencer will give a list of, ply removing the cause. One poundof county. A 30 per cent decrease in Highlander does not understand. Okeechobee Roderick Fljra

'4r should be kept moist but not wet. establish colony of German farm- crops for the Florida garden, andD. Epsom salts per 100 hensgiven acreage was at first predicted butit why Polk county Is not listed, for Field located Just north of
E. Timmons will tell of outlets In the water they will drink In a Is believed will I dedicated r
now ,plantings It Is said It was founded In 1860. board railway tracks,
ers.Key for the, surplus garden and truck day, is a good treatment. In bad be about normal
West-Porter Dock Co., I or 4,200 acres. Tampa appears on the map but cently.STRAWBERRY .
{ Tampa-Tampa Electrlo Co., awarded contract for furnishing products. cases spraying or washing the head This belief Is based on an Improved
completed construction of new sub 100,000 gallons of water to Algernon Other talks to be given on the ;with antlceptics may be advisable. condition during the last month

station on Polk street between Blair Co, and started laying Florida Farm Hour during the Roup, likely to follow colds Is and new ground which has been
&' Pierce and Jefferson, Involving expenditure week follows
,pipeline from large cistern at foot PLANTSOwing
of approximately $)20t ,- :of Simonton street to post office Sat., Oct. 10-Florida Farm
000. News and Hints. U. S. Farm Science -

t site. Tues.Snapshots., Oct. IS-Control of'Bean I + Do You Know? + I I'mHAT III to the dry-like conditions around Starke

I And the Worst is Yet to Come- N.Jassids Tlsnot.and Farm Leaf Question Rollers-Dr.Box.,Lawn A. your and Lawtey wants in, we both are Missionary making very and special Blakemdre prices ber-on

t, Wed., Oct. 14-Winter
Grasses-Geo. E. Ritchey. Colds, ry plans. See our agents Brownlee Bros., Starke

Roup, and Chickenpox-Dr., E. F. and G, W. Roberts, of Lawtey, Fla., who will take

Thomas. your order.
Thurs., Oct. 15-Selecting Seed

Sweet Potatoes at Digging Time You know Bauer, plants of quality and we know
ffirdman!: West. Harvesting Pecans
-0. H. Blackmon. how to ship your plants on time and give you real

L11v service. So .get busy at once_and place your: order

BULB GROWERS SHOULD . for what you may want.


Since eelworms, a major pest of

tM narcissus bulbs were recently found .. STRAWBERRY PLANT MAN
il\ 10 plantings over the state, nur-
serymen should take several precautions
to prevent a "setback" to
s the: rapidly expanding Florida bulb

C.tlona Industry.: Goodwin have Just Some nursery been of inspector these outlined precau-by with J. ta ,; i Wake Up Your Liver Bill!

the State Plant Board. a y
Bulbs that are unsound, bruised.
blistered, or mechanically Injured -Without Calomel.

should not be planted. They are

more likely to be injured by the And You'll Jump Out of Bed-U....Ana Y are aowln('i V
eelworms well furnish them I.dG.
as as ,
.... fa &III
e ..... It J-e ,
', } food' to survive. in the Morning Rarin to Go .. w-e. up 7s wr atam.el' T.. ralga.
The worms are likely to become .. h'ee. .
.tad tola !w- Ybdrale.
numerous In bulb remaining In If you feel oar and sunk and the .. ...... ... b b1es am
the: field from the previous season. world looks punk,don't swallow 0.1 lot ..... 1..a Iar lows aa4.d Taw/
M-l Thus. It Is Important to remove of salts mineral water cal. laxative mib.....
all left-over bulbs from the field, candy or chewing gum and expect wfs.k.tba j I.I4CAZTix'Iflrlp

and It Is quite advisable to plant them tomatoyoa suddenly swum rmotlms.Mat......"..+ .

the next crop on another field. u4 buoyant andfullcl-h'- ................,. ''eTb .....
Mr. Goodwin further advised I For they cant *. ft. They .as.b..daf.4 p
I Ii'is.
slanting' the bulbs In small units or 1M're. booRk and a ... ..... .-................I sea's pests
dock and keeping the harvested : want domt't gel d GIll -, 'ne ..................
f. amenf the curious sights te b. Men ,In the Ossp Pentnoul i _.. .... ... ,"-
I N (e nilbsi separate until Inspection. M. ef ....... >1slds.Hsdtatr._f
1- ... These blocks should be Quoboo Is this cumbersome and primitive windmill" whleh ws4 ........ >tabedTarwtLab. .... :..--
: separated Built ....._...
n_ by a farmer and saws all his weed for hlmf It etlll f16III!
-I le In active ........,. ... .
.. .
.r-.... ..
. -. , by drainage ditches and should eperatlen whenever the wind blew and there le wood te be sawed. d+Rf. M 0Y4

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'-- .>?*a; one that is to come. Psalm 71. 18.1: Hollywood-. F. Dlnklna clearing '

October 11 lot on southwest corner of

Fear Not- Thus salth the Lord I Roosevelt street and 18th avenue

that created thee 0 Jacob and he for automobile service station.

that formed thee 0 Israel. Fear Madison-Bailey and Mitchell

rftV.wght not; for I have redeemed thee, I . Wynn opening lunch stand In build

have called thee by thy name; big at 112 S. Range.
i ante palL-Piala 119:105.
lamp 331o Li feet. as a By thou art mine.-Isaiah 43: 1.Octor .
ga t771lTHli1
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All religious teaching doctrine orWTflnriJSOl 12
;rr"v fll MAITRH'" : KAl.fiHereby '
*yJSUUt creed, if they are to have, any claim In Pleasant Places The Lord (TMuul notice In given that under
.jr-1 and devotion of the people, must be in harmony with Is the portion of mine Inheritanceand is, and by vi true of that certain final

to l love,of loyalty Jesus the jyuii Christ whose words fit Into every fold and crevice of my cup; thou malntalnest decree Long, Judge of foiecloaure Pro Hao made Vic by far A'the V,

S* hinM heart, and of whom it was said in Tn\.nv.Aa,"NEVER MANSE my lot. The linen are fallen unto j ul,1, w w. r % ll I'I'r twenty-nlxth judicial circuit. of Flor.
he human MAN" y Ida, In and for Bradford county. ,
LIKE TIS me in pleasant places: yea, I havea Florida. 1 In Chanrerv Hitting- on the

Bradford and Union counties are Invited to use this dent goodly heritage.-Psalm 18: 5, 6. 14th dsy of Beptember. A (]., 1 31,. ,
eeetoro of activities organlzatloni* and announce- October IS In liquidator favor of for Joseph..efi'nr'I1't'n' ae

for news given amend no charge made- the only requirement None Like God: Thy righteousness Rank a corporation aa oomPI.lnanf.
Space '" and against.. M J. Green and Janis
this office Wednesday morning,
items reach also O God Is very high who
that such ureen hid wife, and Willie Rhodn.a .
g be handled for current hast done 0 lI.t.nd..nt.
they cannon great things: God, who
la Uke I Itt Th r.all1If.! Crl;: Master' will offer
unto thee!-Psalm 71: 19. r for the courthoune
consisted of "two heavy beams one October 14 fif A door In Stark, Florida, durlnath*

SCHOOL upon the other. The upper beam Almighty God: I will unto >kc M hour of sale between eleven
SUNDAY cry and Two P. M., on Monday
LESSON I was lifted, and after the prisoner's God most high; unto God that per- : ; i the Ind day of November, A D. till,
to the highest and beet bidder for
ankles were put across the depres- formeth all things for me.-Psalm cash, the following: described prop $

lions in the lower beam. It (the up- 67: 2. : arty altuated In Bradford county

FOR OCTOBER 11. 1931 per beam) was let down and fastened October IS ; Florida The Southeimt, to-wlt: quarter of North- ';

It was then impossible for Our Dally Need-Let the wordsof eaat quarter of Section It, TownaMp
T Hans 11 East, and also
jaet: Paul at Philippi.Iden the prisoner to withdraw his feet my mouth and the meditation / west quarter of Northwest the quarterof South.

Text: "Rejoice In thealways and escape." This was the first of my heart, be acceptable in thy Section 11, Townahlp 7, South
Ranie 11 Eat
containing In all II
; and again I say Re- time the missionaries had been sight, 0 Jehovah my rock, and my acrea more or leaa. I,

punished by Roman officials.: redeemer.-Psalmo 19 14. J. U P-RAZEB,
a" Phil. 4: 4. : R. :++ ,' ta' /L41 Special "..I.r.
dV ewc
-a-a.. _.. '
Text: Acts w: M-M: The following quotation from the October 16 M Johna.Solicitor bur

pplana 4: 4-1. lesson Is the best description of. The Fatherless A father of 10.2.1!.10.90. Complainant. !d

and Place: bi A. D.; Philin this great event: "At midnightPaul the fatherless, and a Judge of the

southern Europe. and Sites prayed and sang widows Is God In His holy habitation. . NOTIfM

?reduction: From last Sun- praises unto God: and the prisoners .-Psalm 68: 5. 4 Florida.In Circuit In Chancery.Court, Bradford County 7,

vi lesson "we pans suddenlyEm heard them. And suddenly there 1t P. JI'. Flume

the peaceful 'Place of Prayer'the was a great earthquake' and Immediately HOME COMING DAY t Va.Complainant. y

I river side and the quiet hosLllty all the doors were opened Joaephlne A. Marcotte, .t al. i!
I _
of Lydla's house Into aIn and every one's bonds were There will be a home coming day ,ere It .. r affidavit' filed In
and peril. One And the of the the above state:
of turmoil loosed. keeper I caue that Joe*
at the
were on their way to prison waking out of his sleep, and Long Branch Baptist churchon eat lases mcAS +. phlne A. Marcott and Uaora-e A.
r' as the 2nd Sunday In October the / I Marcotte. her buaband, two of the
sprayer place 'a certain maid seeing the prison doors open he LtrlArset defendant In the above entitled
divination met 11th. The public at large cordially ml'I cause, are non-realdent of the atate r
; a spirit of drew his sword, and would have Invited to come and spend the day. of Florida, and the aald Joeephlne "e
killed himself supposing that the A. Marootte and Marcott f'i
JII There will be dinner on the are each realdenta an1
iima young soothsaying girl was prisoners had been fled. But Paul ground. Kxiulna a Y.l...laa. Marlanoa, Ha ;'

it slave of a set of men who ex- cried do thyself no harm: for we bans, Cuba, and that they are each
H. D. Carter Clerk. P. T. ,
the .
r uver an of twenty-one of
ited her alleged powers of In- are all here. Then he called for a ....
Iht Into the future ft* a business light, and sprang in, and fell down I T1 11'1ta9r 1'COCRi, tDtA4 COoiIO tn.xo.PUMt It I I. therefore ordered thataid
sltion. She had heard thetIe8 before Paul and Silas, and said.Sirs SAXTON CHURCH I .. IIL .tom and Ueorp-e A.Josephine Marcotte A b., and MarroCte they

preaching In the city, and what must I do to be saved? DESIGNEIitroR.""""!li are nereoy required to appear to
,,MOUSE 'Is the porches: the architects have bath and ample closets, all conveniently the bill of complaint filed In Raidcauae
owed 1 them shouting that they And they said Believe on the Lord Preaching at Saxton every 2nd COMFORTABLE) LIVING solved the problem of the lying arranged about the center same bells for the foreolua*
ted "the most High God", Jesus Christ, and thou shalt be and 4th Sundays at 11 o'clock by ore of note and mort age on or tie*
porch and the sleeping porch In an hall. fore Monday the Ind day of Novem
i were proclaiming the "way of saved, and thy house. And . he Rev. Sellars, of Jacksonville, also (By R. C. Hunter At Bro. Architects admirable manner, so they are not The Interiors should be carriedout ber A. D till, otherwlae the alle

Uou.H was baptized, he and all his singing every Sunday afternoonat New York.) I,only livable but add to the exterior In the Colonial style, to harmonise a-atlone oonfeaaed of by said the bill old will defendants be taken, as

the Scriptures we read that straightway.." 3:30 o'clock. Everybody Invited.I Thla house has been designed for appearance of the house as with the exterior.A It la further ordered that this or* t
occasions the evil splrL der be publlahed onoe a week for
IIYeral The first Christian church In comfortable living.: The architects welL cellar, providing the laundry four conaeoutlva weeks In th. tirad-

L recognized Christ and proclaim. Europe wan at Philippi, and ten METHODIST: CHURCH have so arranged: the plans that Too often sleeping porches are heating and coal spaces, and such ford County Telegraph a. nawapaper 1

Ibim as the Son of God but Jes- years later, when in prison\ at the housework can be done with but ugly makeshifts "stuck" on the extends under the entire house. publl.h.d Thla Hptmb In said county JOth A.and I> atat lilt,.

] "rebuking them suffered them Rome, Paul wrote to It, "Rejoicein It has been said that a pessimistIs house giving the appearance of a This house would look well on a ._ U W. AI.DEHMAN, ,
ease.Note ) Clerk Circuit Court
to speak"The the Lord always By prayer and one who goes around all the time the arrangement of the sanatorium; which has been the lot with a frontage of about 00 ft F7.oM.. JOHN. _

apostles were annoyed by supplication let your requestsbe feeling bad for fear he might feel kitchen in relation to the rear entry reason who so many people have Complete working plans and 10-a-6t.lO-SO.Solicitor for. Complainant a V

m i cries of the young woman, unto God and better. and Idea of of this house be ;
made known worse. When he gets cellarway, pantry dining given up the a sleeping specifications may

tinned day after day. Pa'ulntd the peace of God shall keep "Initiative" is doing the right thing room; all can be reached with buta porch. obtained for a nominal sum from NOTICM

to her and In the presence your hearts and minds through without being told says Mr. Hub- very few steps. The second floor of this house the building editor. Refer to dicial In Circuit Court Twenty-Sixth Ju
Circuit In and for Bradford
k j
"said to the .
the multitude spirit.command Christ Jesus." bard. Well, then let us take the The striking feature of the plan provides three good bedrooms a house A07.Melvln County, state of Florida. In Chanoery. t
In the of .
thee name to
initiative in matters
out of her"e I The Federal Land Hank of Columbia

i spirit Christ obeyed to come and the girl WEEKLY SERMONETTE religion. Why wait to be urged to I baby, of Olustee, visited relatives Carter, Myrtle and How. A Corporation' Complainant. ,

d no longer use the art of attend public worship T Sam Jones here Sunday. ard Norman were visiting Mm. Elite I W, N. 'LBJ*. Widower .t aL ;
once said using a passage scripture -
tbBeylng." and the profits of Christ Blesses Little Children "Where sin abounds Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Moore were Johns In Starke Thursday eve .il Pfhrl'tfl by affidavit appnd y
grace }'Ilea Blarkwddrr Cor. after ning. to Had In the. above
visitors to Sunday
r owners ceased. And doth much more abound. He said Hampton staled "...... that the 1'.1<1."... of w
10:13-16. brought of Starke
I and 21 Mark they Mr. Jimmie Hersey W. N, LUue,
Then Acts 16: 19, 20 say brethren 'I widower, one of theilefendanta
s "When her masters that young children to him, that he "according to this we M, and Mrs., C. F. Stuteville, noon.Messrs. was visiting Miss Mamie Lou Norman therein named, I I. un
| saw them and his disciples must be at least waist deep in I ? I A. J. Johns and T. N. known and that def..ndant W. N.
i hope of their gains' were gone should touch ; grace." Of course, grace in the. are the very proud parents of a Kendrick of Starke, were business Friday night. Ldidue. wldow.r, I. over the ... of. na
rebuked those that brought Misses Mildred Norman spent twnty-ona yeara; It la therefore or.
f i caught Paul and Silas them. 14. But when Jesus saw it, above sense Is to be reckoned as new daughter which arrived Fri. visitors! to Theressa Sunday after the with her cousin Mn.Gladya dared that said defendant b. and he
day I.
hereby required
them Into the market place | to appear to the 'rs
and said a, power above sin-its minister; October 2. noon. bill of complaint a filed In said
he was much displeased day, ,1931., Carter Monday.'Mr. '
!to the rulers, and brought them but grace must be applied to be Mr. and Mrs. C. Sullivan and Name being: for the t . uer'.ue:1: a
> the magistrates, saying. These unto them. Suffer the little childrento Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brown are and Felix visited Mrs and Mrs. J. M. Norman and not. and inortitaB-e, on or befor.
and forbid them useful. Public worship helps greatly sons Percy Belle Mr. and Monday, the Ind November
come unto me; daughter Carrie ,
ell being Jews, do exceedingly In applying grace to our hearts proud parents of a new daughter Josephine Sullivan at Hampton I A. !>., 1931 .d.r.of" the allaatlona *.
e' our city, and teach CUB- not; for of such is the kingdom of It I which arrived Friday October 2, Sunday afternoon.Mr. Mrs. Leon Norman and title son of ..(.01 bill will be taken ascunfeaaed
this next Sunday.
I unto and lives. Try Mrs. C. L. by said defendant. '
God. 15. Verily say you I were visiting Mr
which are not lawful for us 1931. of Jacksonville
will help both pastor and congregation ' Eugene Helberger U la further ordered that this
> receive neither to observe, bet Whosoever shall not receive Services were held at the Fort visited Theressa Sunday. Carter Sunday. ord.r be published once a week for
little child if you will come.Sunday and Charles four conaeoutlove weeks In the
kingdom of God as a Misses Edith Conner
school 10 a. m. Call church Sunday and Sunday Messrs. T. B. and Sidney Trlest Bradford County Telegraph a, newa- b
I You will he shall not enter therein. 16. And Hutchinson passed through this paper published I In said and
noUce that the accusers 11 night by Rev. Bain Pearce. were visitors to Starke Saturday.The county
a. m.Evening
1 Paul and Silas did not stateelr he took them up in his arms, put Morning sermon 7:30 Miss Effie Hancock and Miss Iris Woman's Home Demonstra section Sunday afternoon. state This September *0th, 1(11
real grievance loss of their his hands upon them, and blessed Just as welcome sermon as:can What Dicks, spent Sunday with Miss\ Lion Club met last Thursday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips and (Seal u.Clerk W. ALIJWIIMAN Cltrcult Court
of were visitingher
ronts, but said had them. Elsie Blackwelder. with children Lawtey k
they taught that welcome at the club room sev M. JOHNS
will do with
trary to Roman laws and tried Prayer: Grant us Thy Spirit,, you Sunday and Mr. Roy McNeal has returned eral members and Miss Pearl Jordan parents Mr. and Mrs. D. L. i"! r Complainant.
Say don't stay away 1O ,
)excite Lord, that each one of us may bea three in Phillips Sunday. !
national prejudice of RoDS around the Monday home after spending years home demonstration agent,
child of God and prove it by our I peep Mr. J. S. Norman and daughter '
against Jews. Our lesson if are to the army at Fort Benning, Ga. present. Quite an Interesting meet. MASTBIt'S saLE
wondering you
11 0 "The multitude rose up 'loving care of children. j meet morning the brother or sister who expected are very glad to have him back. Ing was held. Basketry was taken Mamie Lou attended to business f

ether against them:, and the at church Sunday. Miss Eloise BIrtrn daughter of up and several pretty baskets were In Starke Thursday. Hereby notice I I.gnat. that under ;'
you and Louise and by virtue of certain final
gtstratea rent off their clothes, DAILY BIBLE READINGS Such as attend all the serviceson Mr. and Mrs. Birten died in her started of pine needles to be finish- Misses Agnes Sapp decree of foreclosure mad and entered >

Ii I commanded to beat them." Lord's offer us! a fine home in Dukes at the age of eight later. These meetings are very and Wade Gasklna passed through by.A. :/:. Adklna. Judge for *
the day 1
I The officials tore away the cloth- October 9 example of loving loyalty to theMaster years, with diphtheria. She leaves Interesting, and instructive and this section Sunday afternoon. Florida In and Judicial for llradford Circuit County of,

g of Paul and Silas, so they for I to mourn her lo .'her father and should be attended by all the ladles Misses Mamie Lou Norman spent "'Iurld... In Chancery satins on the
HarvestWhatsoever did much us.
ould be Think of the : who so the day with her cousin, Mildred IHlh day of tt"plalnbor A. O. 1KII: ,
beaten on their bare a man soweth, that shall he Welcome, come-Pastor. mother and two sisters. of the district.Mr. In favor of Joseph. U. WIIHon, aa
ks. The lesson continues "And Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Wilkinsonare and Mrs. E. S. Sibley and Norman Friday. ulilntor for llrmlCurd. County .II'L-
7. .
also reap.-oalatlans : filled his d corporation, aa complainant andacalnat ;
Rev. C. A.
tea Crosby regu
they had laid many stripes I MEN'S BIBLE CLASS the proud parents of two sons little daughter, Ruth Laverne visited L>. C. Jon. and Ada" V.

spa them they cast them Into II October 10 who arrived Sept. 20, 1931. Mrs. Sibley's parents, Mr. and lar appointment at Heilbronn Junes. his wife, .. defandanta.

Film', charging the Jailor to keepem I I God Never Will Now also Well, come on and Join our bible Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Waters Mrs. c. A. Younglood Saturday.EVERGREEN church Saturday and Sunday. for The:sale'aald In tpulal front of Mimt.r the courthouse, will offer -

i safely; Who having receiveda when I am old and gray headed, 0 class. We have a growing class. and their daughter. Reba Waters, door In Sturke, Florida, during the'
i build-
least houra of
Apalachlcola-Two-story vale between the
charge thrust them Into the God forsake me not; until I have were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.S. .
'I Each Sunday brings us new memO Market Street formerly occupied hours of eleven: A. M. and Two P. i
er prison and made their feet showed thy strength unto this Our old friend and brother' Dukes Sunday. Ing on M. on Monday the Ind day of No-
bere. by Brash Bargain House, vember, A. l>. ltf.1t, to the hlgheatand
net In the stocks. The "Stocks' I generation, and thy power to every Prescott will head the class next Mrs. J. 8. Dukes, Mr. Raymond, Inc. undergoing extensive remodeling beat bidder for vaah, the fol-
o'clock in Miss Archie Lee Dicks Miss Iris lowing daacrlbad situated
Sunday morning at 10 Effle Hancock were Mr*, ... A. ....1... c... In Bradford >tlurlda, to-wltt
I FIRE PREVENTION yn.EK. OCTOBER 4.10,131 Woman's Club building. Welcome! Dicks and Miss Daytona Beach-Battery C of Lots On. (1). Tree (1), Five, (6)
the dinner guests of Mrs. Sallie and Seven (1) of Block Two (1). ,
Florida National Guard moved Its Urlslnal Town of Stark. +
I PRESBYTERIAN Blackwelder Sunday.Mrs. J. H. Reynolds of Gainesville E. K. FERRYMAN.
Llllle Waters, Mr. Jack was visiting his sister Mrs. Scbel- equipment to new quarters on Special Miller.Solicitor .
North Ridgewood avenue. B. JOHNS
Services Sunday October 11, as Waters and Mr. Harry Clutchfleld lle Rosier Sunday. for Complainant.
Punta Gorda-Harris building 6
follows: were the dinner guests of Mr. T Mrs. Hester Sapp Is spending a 10.1.1&.10-10.
next door to Herald office being
f 10 a. m. Sunday school, J. M. H. Waters Sunday., few days here with her son, Cohen ,
_" Mr. and :Mrs: Bain Pearce were Peele. remodeled by new owner, W. T. NOTICB OF APPLICATION rOR
Truby supt.
ll ,
__ 11a. m. Morning worship, sermon dinner guests of Mr. Arch Craw- Mr. and Mrs. A.. B. Rosier and I Adair Notice I. hereby siren, that Mae

I. ( Ir>- by the pastor. ford Sunday.Mrs. children were visiting relatives I II OLDDK'e Kfr.KT No.D. Well 101. ,lib holder 6TSy; of of tax August certificate A. I>.

6:30: p. m. Christian Endeavor Annie Bell Johnson and here Sunday afternoon. 112., has filed said certificate In
I of Vlnemount, Ala-, have Mn. Johnson of Glen St. Mary, my office and made application for
"What U expected of us as good children Report of the Clerk of Clremlt tax deed to leaue thereon In accordance *
II to our section. We are very; the weekend here with and for Bradford County, ,
moved Is spending with law. Maid certificate em- IE
I Citizens, ,IMorlde on account of Taxes ....... ,
7SO m. Evening worship song glad to have her., Mr. and Mrs. Kersey. ed for the year Ult.Knl.he.. brncea the following described prop
I Record p. C. A. tax collector erty situated In Bradford county,
My Mrs. Everett Futch spent Sunday -
Florida to.wit a.
and sermon. Stark, ria. ".pt. SO, ItSl.
meeting Wednesday .at with her grand-parents near C..t7 ...... quarter of Southwest t'
20persons Prayer To bat 1 _' ._.._____.1131... quarter of Southeast quart.r section
7:30: p. anA 'tHERESSA Macclenny.Mrs. By amt o"lI.ot.a ._.....-.,.,, 180A/, 14 Twp. 6 South Ilanse 11 .._14) n
cordial Invitation to all our Scheme Rosier spent Sun- To bat 0"pt. SO _..all..o acrea.

killed services extended to all MI*. A.. i.. seinivBa. c**. day afternoon with her .\ ter-In. bat. due Plr,: A t.P.r/.Y I ___riTe ??1T1041 The the aaaeaament said tl1tct. laauedT propertyunder was

law Mrs. Willie Reddish.WOODLAWN. fly amt colKotud ."-,,,., ? Mil In the name of S. Cllne. ?
by rue lead day'SOOQOQQOO BAPTIST Dr.. Parks of SUrke. was a visitor .- !To bal du. Sept. 10 ..-,_ 1111.11Mrac Unless aald certificate ehall be
C...," sad Drldge I redeemed aeoordlns to law las deed !l,
to Theresas Saturday after .alMtOBTo will laaue thereon on the llth day of

school at 10 a. m. A. J. t>al. due I ._fUL70fly October thl.O'I 1111.
Sunday noon.Mr. amt. eolMrfcd ___._ 196.77 Dated day of September,
Thomas supt.Worship and Mrs. To1'/ Brown and To bat. due Sept !XI) . -___.IlasotC..aey A. IJ. 1111.
of propertydestroyed l1'a. m. and 7:30 p. little Emery and Miss Kathryn ........ O. W. ALDERMAN
at son. (Myrtle Norman, Cor.) Tn bat due MapL 1 ._ 1511 Clerk of Circuit Court.
(! every "" and Mr. Cordon Weest of Hampton fly amt eoll-rt.d :;;;;-:= "2ni Bradford County, Florida. 1

"Morning subject: The Heaven were guests of Mr. and Mrs To bat due ...". 19 tol." ,.U't.l0-..
c..... S.._6OumlTo
year 'ordained Plan for Extending the A. L. Sullivan Thursday evening. Rev. C. A. Crosby was visiting bal due 1ly ._ ._.lIn." NOTICR' or APPLICATION

Mat. 3:7.: Mr. Reavis Kirkland left Sundaynight Mr. E. C. Johns Friday afternoon.Mr. amt. ol.r.d, .- .. '__' U301 Yea TAX UUKU
gospel To baL du. 8pt. 10 __ .ItU.U
Mid-week service Wednesday at for his home in Georgia af- Carl Rosier was visiting his (' PellaTn -;: ; -

7:30 p. m. Come and let us pray fer a stay of several months with parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Rosier fly bal.amt.due __...____. t.OO 10.oe l..Notice toh. holder la h..Iv.n.of Tax Certificate, that No.C

his sister\ Mrs. Floyd Fender. Sunday. Amt. nol"r--____- 18.00 17 the (th day of August, A. D.

together. Mr. and Mrs. n'W. Moore were Rev. D. L. Phillips returned home bill T. al du seaTo -..._.......i. office 1111.. ..and.. filed made said application certificate for In tax my

Jacksonville-Wood Preservative visitors to Starke Saturday. Saturday afternoon from Alachua, I HY amt coll* .<;f.l:. _---------$011.51_:_...:::.: 410.18 deed to lan thereon In accordancewith
Manufacturing Co., to con- Mr. and Mrs' Cv, Sullivan were where he attended a revival meet. To baL du. H, ..pi 10 .. .___1Ut.n law. Said. certlflcat..mbraose,
e.b-s.a..5 .... fnlluwlnar deecrlbed property alt.uated .
struct buildings at CommodoresPoint business visitors\ Jo Stark Saturday Ing. To baL due Sept 1 _.. . __ .U13.'" In llradford county, Florida.
for new Industry here. afternoon. Mrs. Dalton Carter was visit Ryt amt coUcd! ( ..__, _,_., 111.01 to-wltl ,h
+ To baL due JO .. I Northwest quarter of Southwest.
.. r. W. Rex manager Moore of Gainesville at Starke Thursday :;p: f--.UII.U .
Winter Park-J. Mr. Howard ing her parents ' quarter Section' I* Twp. C South,, .
Ii! a I Drug Store, opened spent, Sunday with his parents night. To bat I __ ____ U1.IICJ liana-e St Eat 40 acres.
r of Corner I fly amt. collected __, _. lies I The ......m."t of ...leI property
rev ..r. luncheonette service in connectionwith here Mr. A..A. Hutchinson and son To bal du "' .pt. to ___. .___ .O .U I under the said certificate, I..ed. 'wee a
IE"; a his fountain Messrs. Boyce .Byrd and Willie Charles, were visiting J. 8. Nor- .....-.. P...... ..... In the name of Mr. U A. KuhL In.
""{ To. bal unless ,
l 41T" I said certificate ahall be
- Tgil I?, Zi *m *a ?U&? 4r** Monticello Simpson NurseryCo. Clover and Misses Irene and Louise\ man roar Hy ami. collected ,.?-_- -,- 1465 I deemed aorordln to law lax dd re.

at I2S.OOO. granted Batten. Juanita and Doris Wain. Mr. Owen Carter, who has served To hal du 14 ____.___ 401 (S will laaue thereon on the 1Kb day,, '.
., capitalized ".... *% .r..... laitereat ewe) ...... of October. A. D. 111. ',
charter to engage In nursery busl- wright of Penney Farms, attended three years la the army at Fort I.. Pead Dated thla (tb day of September ,j

Ql ICS Sunday school at Hope Sunday af Banning, Ga., returned .home Sept. To baL du. Sept 1 _.,.,,. 11.TOT.11 ,. A. 1>. 1131 !Ir'
rdagainst.Pi nessvMount Hy amt collected h___ _t.lllol.11 O. W ALDERMAN ',.
1 Dora-Mount Dora,Theatre ternoon. 26th. To baL due )W 'ltD'riiiJ.Jrrt I I Seal> Clerk of Circuit, .. .' ,

.. t .. w. to reopen soon' Mr, and Mrs. T. J., Alford and lira: Gladys Carter, Ko.rrIa.and By Blanche 0. A. Vaadlvlere; D. C, I '-Court Bradford County, Florida.I 1 cI'.1.,"


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r'' But in account sheet Hlie UM&your state-does ,
my expense reason
Bradford;'County( Telegraph, inOtl1 She was "Meals" and "Gasoline," nojj; o this is, the railroads are e
r Pens I commission and
fir -Dal Devening. uaing your state ad
Established 1877 -i ''O-- license department as their tool. ; '7 4 e ek e"' +
; Tallahassee Issued a report of 'We are sorry to punish you, f e ?
li'j Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class Could anything be sillier than the dally consumption of water put you are violating the law of the

i '' i Matter at the Post Office at Starke. Florida the various cigarette adsT-Inverness during' the legislature which' state of Indiana by not having an
1 ? Chronicle. Another man discovers proves nothing. Starke Tele- Indiana license and citizens of .r 1
I graph. Evidently someone thinks state have no right in this
l E. S. Matthews ____________________ Owner and Publisher his "Adam'. apple." the legislators used water for' your state'as they have broken our reci- ? rR

1 : :j, J. C. Robinson ________________________ Managing Editor -o--- I something besides.,,"chasers" during procal right law by their own acts, "' "
1111I i It's alway a dry raid but they're the session. 'Bronson Journal and any citizen of this state has a +

I r SUBSCRIPTION RATE after wet goods.-Starke Tele- We know of our own certain right to enforce this law." ,
'hh "l graph. And it they don't get 'em ,knowledge that several' members The slip was signed by the ar- ,
v \ ',Ii Yearly $1.50; Six Months, '75c-Payable in Advance: they are "all wet."-Bronson JournaL I took baths while there.-Perry resting officer Br

i Advertising Rates on Application Herald. It was said at the motor vehicle
1 ;l' o --.o---- department this morning that Rob-
i ,, .I. '',,\ The Starke (Fla.) Telegraphsays Until Leon county bought a poor inson, an Indiana man had been in
)i the quickest way to get rid farm ten years ago monthly doles the Jacksonville jail for a week.
laid I'' : The modern girl rolls her own. of bills Is to pay them. What fun- were paid to large number of paupers He was still being held today: Mr

I 0I ny things one can make words with a yearly outlay in ex- McLIn insisted that his departmentshould

/ s i I Business never gets too sorry to go fishing. sayl-HUlyard_ (Wash.) News. cess of $4,000. The county farm not be held to blame for
', '$ -o--- put a stop to the practice becausethe the new outbreak of the license tag
I I 0J Wanted-A Hat of the 27 Florida paupers refused to live on the war, and indicated that Florida in
J I Judge Love loves to rule on legislative acts. editors spending vacations In poor farm and permit the countyto this case was evidently to blame.
1 ,
e r __ 0 Cuba.-Starke Telegraph. What've support them in that way. There Mr. Jackson, who was made to
YOU got to sell T-New Port are now only three persons at the Indiana license tag for his
(fed> Parents know* their children by sight if not by night.o' buy an Mr .'
Richey Press. Perhaps want to
!"' Leon county poor private automobile, sent the printed -
+ borrow.. other counties of the nation have slip which Is quoted above to .v1d ,, $; fr k"t .Ga''" jn> ,

t'' ' % ; The Semple Whataman has dropped out of the news. ---n- practiced the economies possible Mr. McLln with the following --" baby ;' ....'
a bi qr . o -- There,must be a lots of towns in under a plan of,tola nature. Quar- written in lead pencil on the back A NOSE FOR NEWS: Perhaps thi, of
Florida under 1,000 population if ters could be adjacent Australia Zoo
provided thereof. ney was wondering about the latest doings
I.1 Evening gowns prove'the summer bathing suits were cut Starke cornea 80th in line with the Suwannee county prison stock "I was handed this in Indian O. 0 P. brother in far away North America. At any nti b-.JI'

; still lower.' 1,339.-Starke Telegraph. There ade and those,who wished to work apolis and told to keep off the keenly interested in his keeper's newspaper.

_. 0 are. Clermont has 1086 and comes for aid;could assist in 'Conducting; road. I have my car in the garage

well about 100th.- Clermont Press. a county agricultural experiment and'live In Freeport Fla. What land 16 years ago, and has madea fryers
leather as and
' is on as "
The tanning what
i ; process a station which would prove of great will 1: do and what is the matter? feed(*
good living enjoyed life and has chickens, cows
Officers raided the' Busy Bee; and mules
+ 9 r+' youngsters. aid to the county agent, and even- W. H. Jackson. '
i r i Cafe In Ocala last week and seized' tually a wonderful boon to the 'given his children every advantage family cans plenty of vegetal
t % r o-believe a quart of nectar-Starke Tele farmers.-LiveOak Democrat. .- He says he has 20 acres In to last through the winter Jb
A fellow with hay fever does in making hay graph. The next day her boy -0-- Qulncy-A new get-rich-quick citrus, three acres In truck crops grows his own seed to a great

i'' while the sun shines. friend came in the cafe, seized the Tearing Others Down scheme was "pulled" on the negro and 12 acres in field crops. He tent. He has money in the bui
waitress and nectar.-Perry Her- population of Gretna by a former keeps cows sufficient to supply the is out of debt and is happy.
o ald. (By O. B. Moore, in the Packer.) negro resident of that town. John family with milk and butter. He .

1''' 1I : When government officials start reducing their salaries -a- No matter what your life work is, Randolph, spinner of tale sextra* ?las 20 head of hogs, which furnishes Winter Park-Rollins Con

: + -but why mention it? -Tallahassee Issued a report of nor what you have to do, ordinary, disappeared from his ac- aU the meat the family 'plans $1,000,000 conservatory
S the dally consumption of water Be careful that you tell the truth customed haunts aroung Gretna needs through a year. He works a music In near future.
i 0- during the legislature which and let your life ring true; some three months ago. He re- pair of good mules keeps a truckto i Panama City-Mrs. J. W. era
I t'' t I; ', A tip to publicity seekers-Clip to the top a standard proves nothing.-Bradford County Let all your deeds be kind ones, 'turned two weeks ago and immed- haul his produce to market ford purchased new equipment t<

r slip,'reading "Pay to the order of." Telegraph. No, but it does leave and on others do not frown; lately,, began unfolding a regular While citrus is his chief money Crawford Beauty Shop.
0'i one wondering why the report was You cannot build yourself up by "city slicker's schene. He told the crop his main idea ia to produceon Delray Beach-Foundation! Ul
others down. gullible population of this little his farm all the things that are for 919.000 home for
'i Issued.-Dade City Banner. tearing H. P.MoD
l c To become popular says the Spokane (Wash.) News, tell I I u town: that he had just returned needed and he buys very little to organ manufacturer, of Hagw

;, , the truth about no one but yourself. Believe It or not, you never see If asked to speak of other men reply from' Washington where he had eat outside of coffee, flour and sug town, Md., on Ocean Boulew
oAs checker players In front of a store with'gentle grace; been in conference with President ar. He keeps enough chickens to about one-half mile south of A
M1I that' advertises. Starke Tele Remember that this world Is Hoover. He had gotten on the In- supply his home with eggs and lantio avenue.Majestic .
writer puts it a committee is a device for dividing side of the in the nation's
1 one graph. The clerks in the store ,large! and a13 may find a place; workings ...... ...... .. .. _
a'a capital and knew that Hoover was, 'II' - I>-J .w "'- or--
it responsibility and postponing: action. that advertises never have time to For truthMnesli) ,.and kind words
..-0 build up a reputation as checker resolve to gain renown; going to close all grocery stores

Aj Wauchula residents have a new excuse for staying: out champions.---e---Dade City Banner., You tearing cannot build others yourself down. up by he within explained a few, short where months.are you'Now"nlg-,

at late since frog hunting became profitable. We've heard a lot of fun pokedat gers?" going to get any groceries?
$i the farmer in When others dn.not treat you well Naturally he had them on that
..5 ,' -0b --- our time, but
But, he had a whereby his
when we look over the doings of and strive your name to blight, plan
Automobilists will not object to the ponies and dogs helpIng friends could be assured of food
Be cast down rememberthis
the rent of the race we are led to not ;
3i them to pay some of the state's running expenses.. believe If the farmer was very dura truth always aekd the for the winter. He and Hoover
had association that would senda
o smart he would be pretty lonesome light;
Prohibition must not be making the bootleggers rich. every time he got out of his class. Resent, ye not their evil deeds nor truck every so often loaded with
to the people who joinedthe
Kelliher (Minn.) Forum. meet them with a frown; groceries .,u NCI Gi
One convicted in Lake county couldn't pay a 25 cent fine. -a-- You cannot build yourself up by association which cost them i I
only three dollars. There was at- I i
others down.
SJ 0- A reader who enjoys Scotch tearing
tached -to this the condition that
r South Florida Fair is going to give away forty thousand stories hands us this one: A Scotch the members vote the Republicanticket
lassie who applied for a job as anarUst's Do unto others as you would othersdo
1' k ;' dollars in prizes next spring, and that sounds like olden times. to ; in the forthcoming election.
model, was told to come HavenwoodExceptionally
9' (, o down again the next day and bring Forget ye not that others claim Every negro who could scrape up
I the Initial fee of fifty cents joinedthe
a Avon Park Times, after viewing some of the pictures along a pair of tights. She appeared some rights as well as you; association. Randolph got

r passed by the censors has a desire to see some of those they the next day with her father Let perfect truth-and efftirt honesty your along famously until he borroweda selective and beautifully toned.
and mother. Kelliher (Minn.) every crown;
t 4 turn down. Forum. You cannot build yourself up by horse from one of his clients, Georgian design with recessed Gothic grill in

Y o -0.-, tearing others down. promising to return It shortly. He matched walnut front panel. Imported box wood
' ;
didn't. He was located: in Bain-
Inverness Chronicle tells of four-cent cotton and forty- Clermont Press discovered thata bridge, Ga., where he was tellingthe inlays. Majestic 5-tube superheterodyne chassis
Is By entertaining' thoughts no
gossip a tale bearing animal.
'' cent meat. Meat is worth. about the same as cotton these days, Quite appropriate, then la the good is ever gained; same story. President Hoover's providing "Modulated" circuit tone control,Spray-

everywhere. scientific name of th e common One unjust word with vUe Intenta confidante was returned to the Shield and Pentode tubes and full dynamic speaker

iS American skunk.-Starke Tele- thousand hearts has pained; Gadsden county jail in Quincy, Complete with tubes-
!,d o where he will and have
Put then bridle on repose
graph. What, then, is the scientific a your tongue
+;; ', If laws were simple enough for even a lawyer to understand name of the common gossip? for it is ever known, plenty of leisure time to evolve.another -

i, 1 them, the common people wouldn't have to remain In -clermont Press. Same as the You cannot build yourself up by such scheme.. $44.50

such ignorance. four-legged skunk-Spllogale. tearing others down.
Gainesville Another Instance
o One state writer thinks dentists MAN CLAIMS RAILROADS Where'aving) at home has paid a H. ANDREWS
Cigarette smoking has been accused of giving a blank should' make good politicians. BEHIND TAO WAR Florida farmer was brought to the 11.

q, stare to the face of users. That dope did not come from a Starke Telegraph. Wrong. It takes I I,,attention Extension of the Florida Agricultural -
something besides to make the Service at Gainesville STARKE FLORIDA
pull Tallahassee,. 'Oct. 5.-The nation's '
cigarette advertisement. recently. A. D. Turner of Arcadia
grade days.-Bronson Jour- license tag war has broken
t o nal. They could promise to fill the started on 60 acres of raw
out anew, this.Jlme .on an entirely -
j "Everything comes to those who wait" says the Redding cavity In public office,' bridge'the different front.

This gap and enter with a will Into the Indiana officers, charging thatthe
(Iowa) Herald, intelling of a five-inch rain falling there. "
dally grind.-Perry Herald. railroads "are using your state
r section is still patiently waiting. ---ro- commission and lIcense department

o Wanted-A list of the twenty- .as their tool," have detained W.

' Tarpon Springs Leader announces that their next two seven Florida editors spending a H. Jackson of Freeport Fla., who COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF BRADFORD COUNTY BANK
vacation In CUba.-Bradford Coun- has to the Florida state
appealed STARKE
serials) will be "Rowena Rides the Rumble "Sight Unseen.
ty Telegraph. We don't know even motor vehicle commission through
Most of them ride the rumble to be seen. one editor with enough money to Walter S. McLln.' Mr. Jackson FROM JULY: 11,,1930, TO SEPTEMBER 30, 1931

I. 7 7r a take a vacation in Cuba but we are says his car Is in a garage and authorities ASSETS
91 t wondering if that Is the cause of in Indianapolis told him
Don Lochner completes his tenth as editor of the
year President Machado declaring mar- to keep It' off the roads until he July 11,1930 Dr Cr. Sept 30, 1931

Clermont Press, growing up with that thriving city in a way tial law over there.-Dade City procured an Indiana tag. LoaDs 8c Discounts --____?_$315,539.00: $ 1,313.92 i 63,890.56 $252,962.36Bonds :

as its population has doubled during: the decade. Banner. At the same time, Wesley RobInson - ___._________ 43,130.00 ________ 21,650.00 23,500.00
w' ---oWe -- an Indiana man, is in jail Banking House ____ ___
t o ? 14,000.00 __________ 14000.00 ________
hope American missionaries at Jacksonville charged by the Furniture A: FIxtures _______ __
CI.ooQ.oo __________ 0.000.00 ________
We believe In progressiveness but we also believe in letting In heathen countries are not call- state railroad commission with Real Estate _ ___________ 22,227.67 11.006.67 1500.00 31,734.34

the school children get acquainted with the books they ed upon by the savages ((1) to explain having operated as a business in Due from Banks ____ 2UO.46 84.043.M 85,739.20: 444.80

S have bought before declaring them out of date. why troops are needed In our this state a truck for hire without Cash 8c Items --______?_ ,4T4.81 3.477.69 8.237.83 714.68
a civilized nation to keep rival pastors having paid the mileage tax required Due from State Treas. _____________ 34/SCIO.l0/ 28,609.23 6.940.87
4 ---0.- and their adherents from cutting In this state of all such operators Overdrafts _ '". ____ 1,309.19 ___ 1112.33 196.86

Believe it or not: Four people were hurt, another escaped each other's throats.-Starke |,,,. General Expense '- .__.:..-___..::_ 2.107.04 ,_ ___ 2707.04
injury and a chicken was unhurt when an Austin car turned Telegraph., Possibly they think :Mr. ,McLln: said today that his Commissions Paid'_ _.__________. 3424.93 .. __ 3.424.93
some of our missionaries are department had never arrested Salaries PaId ___.__
___ __
- --- ? 1,800.07 __ _. 1,600.01Interest
t with them in Orlando. Three of them and the chicken
a over refugees.-Perry Herald. anyone from Indiana and that PaId _?_____, 1839.35 1839.35
must have been roosting on the axles. --a-- Robinson was arrested in Jacksonville Advanced for loan protection-_ 1. C1.07.. 1.555.07

o The Miami, News, probably the by enforcement officers from ProfIt 8c Lou ---_____ 8,098.86 941.41 n '7157.45

in Baker only uncontrolled Urge dally newspaper the state railroad commission Taxes PaId _ _______:______ .,lt3.91S __ :;;; 4,145.95
the gasoline
+ If oil companies can cut prlcqjpf in Florida Is against John which commission baa authority ---

rat county three cents in order to make it more equitabld with Mathews and with the small counties under the law for enforcing collec Totals ---_-$410,841.13 '107,163.19 $180.680.85 S337.923.77

a prices in Duval county then local organizations should see In this gasoline fight., Every tion of the mileage tax charged
other large dally Is "agin"' the trucks operated for hire. LIABILITIES ,
that consumers in this county are given eighteen-cent gas. small counties and probably when The Florida man who was detained -

w o the time comes to support a candi- in Indiana Immediately Capital Stock - ______$ 40,000.00 __-.j__ ___;,,:;. $ 40.000.00
Surplus ________ ;
- 13,000.00 '__ '
date from one of the larger clUes.the license ? __ __ ::;. 15,000.00
Mt. Dora chamber of commerce bought ono thousand procured an Indiana tag Undivided Profits _ ----
small counties will be "agln" and proceeded on his way. He senta 3970.27 2144.06 ..___:.:.__ 1,826.21
kr subscriptions for thirteen weeks to the local paper for mailing such a candidate.-Lake City Re printed slip to Mr.McLln today Savings Deposits __._ 183227.36 12,568.36 1.35Z.65' 172.011.6

r+ out to people in the north. Kissimmee tried this plan several porter. which read as follows: Checking Certificates' Deposits _ ___ 122,294.83 38.389,06 ?-.r,;__ 89,705.79
of _
-o-- Dep. ___ 17.336.06 17336.06 __ ,,__ __ -
Stand -
E and found this form of advertisement brought more Indiana's ? -
years ago Certltlcates of Dep. ___ 9.10
An exchange tells of a woman : "' 'Information.for your consider- ? _______ __ 9.10
n results than any other. who ran off and left her husband ation: The reason you are arrested Cashier's Checks _ _____ 239.49 1S.23: _, ,,___ 164.24
BUIs Payable _ ____
o and went to a hotel to stay. After Is that your state does not grant __ 21,609.81 21,609.81 ___: __----
The tag war between the states is bloodless but it causesa several days she went back to bun full reciprocal rights to the citizens Unpaid Drafts_ _ -_? 7,1:14.19 7,144.29 ,.. w? 9.90
Stock Assessments
- _________ ___
She said she could not stand looking of Indiana who go Into your __ 18.039.31 18039.31
{ lot of useless hard feelings. A motorist who buys .a tag for at the sign on hotel door every state. Indiana never has collected Intent on Bonds -___ __....:..._ 2356.60 2,356.60

his car in any state should be allowed to use it in any state. time she went out. It 'troubledher license off any other state, but other ,Interest on Loans --_,.,,??__ __ ;..._ 3.636.88 3.636.83

? ; ''t To motorists it appears that the tag authorities are trying toe conscience. The sign was states are forcing Indiana to Rents Cesected -. -?-________ _____, 692.95 692.95
"Think. have left ______ __.._ 471.13
you anything? pay license in addition to their In- 47L13.
make forty-eight dinky nations out of this country.
{, Kelliher (Minn.) Forum.o diana license when they visit your
i Totals ___ ___
---$410,841.13 26,549.62
a -- --- state or come Into your state witha $ 99,486.88 : 337923.77

+ Prominent, churchman referring to the American Leg Song of 'Traveling Man truck or motor vehicle. The foregoing comparative temeDt
!f of the
ii ion members voting for a referendum .on the prohibition She was ")lad.""In New Haven "To get released you should take ida is.true and correct to the beet.of my knowledge Bradford County. Bank Starke Flor-
She "Bea .
was In Baltimore, this up with your secretary of state
question called them "imps of hell.'' That's tame to what the She was "Fanny"'up In Ponw:4On. : who has full authority to act and . ,. JOSEPH E. W1LSO f.

Germans called them during the struggle they had to assure Maine's stem and .rockbound; your citizens of your state will be s Liquidator,Bradford County Bank.

the reverend comfortable home fire for the balance of his shore. accorded all of the rights of driving
She was "Gladys": la St. Louis, on Indiana roads that your Y r
'r days.' She was "110'" la Abilene state extends to dttoeos of Indiana.


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