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 16, 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: VID04833
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i bushed 1877 Subscription-For Year, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-1'ayable/ in Advance E. Matthews, Owner and Publisher



|]Id d Taxes Paid GAINESVILLE The Second-District Conferenceof MEET Jury y Mh AT MONTICELLO- FERNANDINA

a'a' Supreme Court Refuses To Modify
the American Legion and Auxiliary
r Muiidontun U rlt Granted :
December 1 will be held In Gainesville or. At the Inquest held last Saturday + to State I

By Sunday, October 18th. Headquarters morning at Brooker Investigatlnr HIGH TODAY ':
will be the Hotel Thomas
pop the death of Bella Farmer age The Florid; supreme court late !

Comptroller ulaihostelry.. Registration will negress of that section, the cor bs4 itrrday issued an order declining
Amos Shows take place until twelve o'clock, The B. ir. s football
r& of oner's Jury returned their findIngs to quash, stay or modify a: team will a
Effect New Law. Clerks of when luncheon will be served, and 1 that the deceased came tt< icreraptory writ of Mandamus directing play their fourth game of the season -

(" State Furnished the business sessions will follow her death as a result of the acct the Atlantic Coast Line. on their home field today
:,rt Immediately.Miss dental discharge ofI.. shotgun In "lIroto\ rebuild some four miles, ngnlnst the powerful Fcrnnndlna

i.h Copies. Louise Cone, senior vice. the hands of Clyde Cone. The Inquest .r track and resume service bo- eleven. The Bradford team will bo

I, statement president of the department, and was held by County Judge wen Monticello and Yuste in tn good shape for the game and in

m cording to a made vice-president of the Second District Gardiner, and was attended by north Florida. a fighting spirit, because of the

lomptroller Amos and sent to will preside over the business States Attorney Crews and Sheriff Tho final order directing theillioad defeat.; they suffered from the Live

I,of the various counties there meeting of the Auxiliary, and the zl'P Epperson. The Jury was comported !. to rebuild the track was Oak: team In Live Oak last Friday.This .

k interest charge, on taxes of department president, Mrs. C. E of lIes- rs. L. R. Gainey R. P I sued: about a year ago after the i will bo the second game with ,'

..t I and prior dates, provided pay- James, of Fort Pierce, will probe Lewis, W. L. Brown, E. II. )lemons ass has been before the high courtf Fernandlna. The score last season

l Is made. by December 1st of ably be a guest of the district at zl'l L. Polk, J. II. Mott. > Florida and the Interstate Com- was :20! to 0 in favor of Fcrnandina,

year. The statement also this time. Evidence subhttted was to the! morco Commission several times but the Starko. players are going

that the payment of 1930 The Second District Is composedof effect that the negress had at- : i 3.nthe\ United States supreme to try very hard to get revenge forth

unless represented in total Gainesville, Dunnellon, Ocala, tacked Cone's companion at the :ourt onco. t big scoro anti we can promiseall

j paid by holders of certifl- Cross City, Trenton, High Springs, the time of the shooting and that. ik ,:, Tho state and the Florida rail- spectators that they will get to

_! on property assessed Is not Lake City, Monticello, Starke, Mac- when ho went to their rescue, she Ei l road commission charged the railroad seo a thrilling game. The prob-

necessary to the payment of clenny, Gainesville, and Perry, and d dZIAtaHuN turned on him with the stick usedin with discontinuing service and able lineup for Starke will be: In-
Tldlnqucnt taxes of other years. it is hoped that the Gainesville' d ... ..- walking. In warding off the Flo; tearing up Its tracks without, permission man and Sternberg, end: Davis and

(report in full says: conference will be the biggest in KAKAi GIRL: De- I blows with the shotgun, the weapon - .,_., of the state railroad commission Matheny tackles; McMillan and '

Awing given consideration to, the history of the district. feating many competitor by roll- accidentally discharged, Inflicting "SONNY" V/illTNIUY WEi):d-: : or the Interstate Com LewH guards; Tyson, center; y

provisions of senate bill num- All members of the Jones-Lang- ing up high scores in milking, wounds from which:. she died a With only close relatives and a few, merce Commission. Mast, Robinson, Cox, and Robinson

12-XX, your attention is Invlt- ford-White Post who expect to at- churning, corn husking, and trac- month later.American. friends present, Miss Gladys: Crosby -i In the backfield.

TO Section 1, of said act which tend are asked to notify Mrs. J. L. tor-driving, lllau Maurine Hamann Hopkins, daughter of Mrs. stev- .Annual County 4-11 --

i remain in force until Decem- Simmons Friday night. recently won the title of "American Legion To ens Heckicher recently becama the! lfJally'New Tax Laws

lut, 1931, and so far as said Champion Farm, Girl" at Pomona, bride of Cornelius Vanderbilt Achievement Day Find New Sources '

Ban relates to tax certificates Amos Explains NewOccupational Cal. I Have New QuartersJonesLangfordWhite Whitney, son of the late Harry I -

t and held by the states of Payne Whitney.MERCHANTS The annual achievement day for Various States Join Movement To r''

da I will say that they may Tax CHILDREN'S HOME Post,, No. the (-f{ Clubs of Bradford county licllettt Real Estate of

erred at any time prior to S3\ American Legion, have leased WHO will be held at Starke Saturday, Burden v

mber 1st, 1931, at the face The tax applies to everyone operating SEEKS ASSISTANCE the upper ,floor of the Hull build- USE STAMPS DUE October 21th, under the directionof r--

|e thereof Including any and all one or more retail stores. ---- Ing. for their headquarters, and TO PAY $2GU TAX Miss Pearl Jordan, home demonstration Now taxes on utilities, tobacco
that may be due on the landJemed The rate of tax: Is based upon will use it for meetings'of j the or- agent, and Mr. L. T, Dyer, vending machines,

without interest, togeth- the number of stores operated in Will you share your money, food ganization. It is being fitted with Where a number of merchants county agent. Incomes and intangibles advertisingsigns and

Klth legal fees payable to the this county by the same Individualor and children's clothing, right now, seats and elevated ring for use for get together and give coupons with All exhibits from the girls, boys Increased:: taxes on some of these

i of the circuit court. firm, and all returns must be with hundreds of little absolutelybelpler boxing exhibitions under directionof each purchase of merchandise, and and women's clubs will be displayat items in states that already tax:

bo taxes that were delinquent made on a special tax: blank fur- *, homeless and orphan Flor- Carl Prevatt of Lawtey. An havo an established place of business the courthouse throughout the them, mark the movement to find

rto A. D. 1931, included the nished by the state. ida children-and thus help to avert Armistice Day program is being where such coupons may be day. The exhibits will represent a new sources for funds, cheerfully

1929 and previous years.ore Stores are graded according to what would be a real calamityto arranged by the local post to be redeemed with premiums, each part of the work that has been accomplished reports the National Association of
the childhood of Florida
the person making theItnptlon I the actual worth of the stock they Just followed by a bout. merchant In the group would be through the year by the Real State Boards.

would not have to pay carry and while the state license now.The required to pay a license tax of: members of the clubs. The association: that has been
taxes of 1930. tax Is based at the children mentioned are the The afternoon will bo devoted to
rate of $3.00 AI.LFLORIPnODEl) AT $250< according to an opinion of I actively urging that ways and
Cection 2 of said act, contains per $1,000 of stock, the total tax hundreds of homeless and orphan AICADIN8V. 10 AND 11 the Attorney General, Cary D Lan-' a program, which In as follows: i means be found to relieve real

Irovislons terminating the right for a store carrying a thousand children under the care cf the did.: Just handed down. Son!.,'. property of the too-big tax burdenit
thereunder conse- dollar stock would Children's Home Society of Florida, made the tax collector Welcome' address-Mrs. N. D.
lemptlon amount to $10.- Arcadia Is making big plans for Inquiry was by now carries, reports today on
Jy it would be in force until SO. This is accounted for by the in its receiving homes in Jackson- the annual All-Florida Rodeo of Hlllaborough county, and Wainwright the situation in many states where)

[ legislature either repeals or fact that the application for licenseon ville, Lakeland, Pensacola, and Miami which is to be given on Tuesday, the attorney general advised the Response-Mrs. S. H. Dodd. legislatures have finished their
ads the to 1st one store amounts to -a dally family of over 850 collector aa above stated. Home Demonstration Work- business!
prior January $ .OO. This and Wednesday, Nov. 10 and 11. : since the association's last
Miss Flavia Gleason
:, for the redemption of tax amount plus the county tax of little children-being constantly This event is sponsored by K Post The opinion was In explanation state home digest l Issued In: April.

-litotes upon the payment of '$1.25 as being 25 per cent, of the under the care and supervision of of the American Legl and Is pre. of Section 1190, Compiled General demonstration agent, of Tallahas J'robably the moat significant ac-

|unpaid tax certlf IcatesTor taxi state application fee, plus $3.00 this great state-wide non-sectarian sented at the Municipal Park. Laws of 1927, which provides that see.What tion from the standpoint of the taxpayer
Has Meant to
that may exist prior to Jan- state tax on: a $1.000 stock, plus a organization, which during the whero all equipment has been "merchants using trading stamps Gardening Is the assurance of the stateof

/ lit 1932, for the taxes of county tax of 75c on this same past thirty years has cared for and vided for putting on the big show pro- shall pay a license tax of $230 for Me.ton. -Mrs. M. L. Watterson, Hamp North- Carolina that the real
j prior thereto and these may item and plus a filing fee of /50c for provided good homes for in a modern arena, wjth Heats for each place of business where they property assessment will be reduced -
chil- Spirit of Club (-II
thousand Florida Work-By
earned upon the payment of each store, makes up the total of twenty-two 3,000 people. Erondno and steer, use the stamps." by twelve and a quarter million

I amount of face of such certif 1000. The filing fee under the dren in need. riding, roping and bulldogging, and Boyn.Council Activities-Annie Laura dollars.. The state has abolished

ies or tax liens with Interest law Is divided equally between the The home society Is facing the nil of the various stunts which MUCH HEADWAY Tucker. all county arid local highway commissions -

Icon at 8 per cent per annum county general fund and the coun- greatest struggle for existence it make up a typical "wild west" per- SETTING PLANTS I Mrs. Jones. and has taken over the
p and, after the date this act ty Judge's office. has ever known--Its Income having formance are on the program. i Why the Boys Leave the Farm-- maintenance and control of all

lime effective.pis : Where stocks amount to more been reduced by over two-thirds Weather II.ut Itarn Favorable For By 4-H Boys. roads In the state. This will save)

section does not apply to than $1,000 the fee collected must because of the depression-In spiteof SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT letting Strawberry Plant Home Dan a part of the twelve million.
, I taxes of 1930 unless on the be on the basis of $2,000 until the I the fact that more children are 8UNDAY SCHOOL DAY In tlround Moore Schools hereafter are to be supported

xerty covered by such tax: cer- stock amounts to $3,000. In each I being referred to the Society than Demonstration Mildred Hund by the state mainly from
I --
pte. there are outstanding case the fee established must be In any previous year, over 1800 Sunday morning In Methodist sources other than real estate tax
Plant City, Oct. 9.-Great progress ley Dorothy Sapp.
s or tax certificates for one ore figured In even thousands, so if, children having already received church. Will you as a friend, par- has been made the past ten Extension Work-Mr. W. T, Net- ation. Counties alone may levy a

previous years but in the lat- the merchant's stock is $1050 he is tho aid and care of the society ent or member give the school your days toward getting out the straw ilea, Gainesville 15 cent tax on realty for this pur

case payment must be made for taxed the same as If he had a stock' this year. From eight to ten new presence, please? Other Miss
berry acreage. The weather has Speakers Mary pose.Utah
a also. : of $2,000 and so on, ad infinitum. i children are referred to the society The men's class of the Methodist Keown: passed an Income tax law
district Tallahassee
I been very favorable, for the most agent, of -
from all over the state each day. church in Interest and at- at the last legislature. Income
lion three that In Multi-Store Basin i grows A. J.
provides I part, and most of the growers Supt. Grlffls and county
of the redemption in full un- The multi-store or "chain-store" i In July the society's income was tendance as the weeks go by. Come have, it was estimated yesterday, commissioners. taxes have been Increased In Missouri -
over five thousand dollars less than along with the crowd., Oklahoma and North Caro-
Section 2 any such tax: lien tax is graded somewhat differentlybut completed approximately ninety You are invited to visit the display -
the same month a year ago. In Brother Prescott lender next lina. Wisconsin will tax
iflcate: under the ruling set forth by and attend the
may be paid or re- per cent of their planting.The program.
August there was a Sunday the future basis of
on a the income
over Amos the charge on groups owning -
a period of four or added another acreage In the Plant City
years from the time the re- two and not over fifteen stores in $3800 and September section la not expected to be quiteas LOCAL FIRM WINS CASE over a one year period instead
iptlon a county is $10 for each additional $2800 to the Ktsslmmee-Cornerstone laid of over a three year period as)
was begun provided they large as last season! but with
means that either more funds must for new post office building/ heretofore Last in
to the official in charge of the store plus the same valuation as favorable weather through the fall The United State Court of Appeals year Oregon
be secured at once of this great ''the tax: on Intangibles held
raptlon thereof a sum equal to afore mentioned on stock and and winter, the yield could easily has affirmed the verdict of i was un
accrued interest thereon as equipment.On I state-wide work-which has results accomplished be much larger than last season, the United States District CourtIn constitutional. This year the proposed -

del In section 2; that is In- groups operating fifteen but such wonderful service toFlorida's TELEGRAPH LATE when many fields brought extremely awarding $9,00000 damages to tax was raised and passed.
st at the rate of eight per cent not over thirty stores In a single through thirty years must be dis AND HOW! low yields, due to abnormallycool Wm. Pierce of Baker county, Kansas passed a five mill tax: onintangibles.
childhood .
annum, from the date of the county the rate is $15 for each additional --- ] I nights and too frequent cold against one David of New York

became effective until the date I store with stock tax: the continued.For The Telegraph !la late this I snaps. Some late set plants afforded City. Pierce received Injuries Florida has a new tax: for cor-

redemption together with the : same as quoted while groups operating the home society to close I week to out-of-town subscribers only one or two pickings, when he was run down by David porations, Idaho, South Carolina

and fees!!, if any, and twentycent : thirty but not over fifty its receiving homes and discontinue --who have been ac- I and these came late, when there near Macclenny several months Vermont tax electric public utili
Its great humanitarian work, wouldbe I to receiving their ago, and the case was tried in the ties. New Hampshire taxes gas
of the face if such lien or i stores the tax Is $20 per store. On customed were heavy shipments and a sag
late applicable to the par- fifty to seventy-five stores the rate a great calamity, particularly papers Friday morning, and I ged market. U. 8. District Court of New York and electrical utilities. North Carolina

r property being redeemed 13 $30 per store and on groups op- Just nov, as every other children's" by way of explanation this Reports from the StarkeLawtey state last spring, resulting in the still busy, has Increased the

ofrorn and that thereafter erating seventy-five stores or overrate homo and orphanage in the stateis delay Is not caused through section are to the effect that verdict for Pierce. Mr. Pierce was tax rate on all utilities

e do be paid to such office Inaleuts the is $40 per store. filled to capacitj', which would any fault u, the Telegraphbut the absence of rain has retarded represented In thin litigation by North Dakota Is taxing express

the aggregate of Inl1Ienta In all cases the law Imposes a mean that the hundred of little the Starke. ",,-totrlce. netting of plants there, and the Knight & Knight, local attorneys. companies, Wisconsin has Increased

shall annualy equal to i county tax: of 25 percent and a filling helpless younsters under the care Copy of an advertisement outlook In that section does not the tax on telephone toll lines
of the society would have to be for local store was submit- Births and exchanges and 13 states have
'ty per cent of the face of such fee of OOc/ for each store. a appear favorable Just now.NEWTON .
cat, and accrued Interest on All licenses not paid by the 31st turned adrift In the street, to beg, ted to the postmaster Tuesday -- Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Shiver, Increased the tax on gas. Theyare
Balance i to an suffer and die. shortly after noon with Starke, daughter, Oct. 9th : Arizona, Arkansas, Kansas,
of October
and that the current day are subject
taxes the request for an opinion as Mi, and Mrs., N. C. Sweeney, Maine, pending a referendum).
during such of added penalty of 25 per cent. Marcus C. "Daddy"Fagg
period re- State Supt. -
Oct. 12th. Massachusetts Montana
to whether it was mailable. Hampton, daughter, North
Ptlon to be paid and do not be Filling stations engaged exclus- "If the good people of
says The Information that it was Newton Strickland passed away Mr. and Mrs. 8am Anderson, Carolina, North Dakota, Oklahoma
tted to in the sale of gasoline and to the I
become delinquent. ively Florida do not come speedily unmailable was given at 2:30: Monday afternoon at Oteen, N. C.,. Starke, daughter, Oct. 10th. Tennessee, Utah, Washington and
"Uon four of the act provides petroleum products and tire and rescue of our hundreds of little .
Thursday afternoon, after following a lingering Illness, His i Mr. and Mrs. W C. Webb, Wisconsin.
e case of dealers not subjject to this children with .
default tube ,
aU sums paid homeless and orphan
"be the pages carrying the ad- body was brought to Starke Wed Starke, daughter, Oct. 11th. Ohio and Texas have a new tobacco -
credited to the face of any tax. money, food and children's cloth- vertisement had been printed, nesday where he has lived most tax the money from which

certificate or lien whereupon I I m In((. shoes, etc., our great work necessitating reprinting of of his life. Interment was Wednesday Plant City-Construction of Is to go primarily to education,

UM Wed shall be disposed of as THEATRE REOPENS MONDAY must cease. I Just cannot bear the the entire issue, and this afternoon at Kingsley lake Plant City Cooperative Association thus relieve realty of this burden

tu by law which means that thought of seeing these poor little could not be done before cemetery, with Rev. L. A. Donnelley strawberry loading and re- borne pretty much alone previously. -
ed certificates will be again After being closed for the past helpless youngsters being closing time of the postoffice. officiating. ceiving building on Seaboard Tobacco tax rates have been
on sale and the person who ten days, the Gaiety Theatre reop- met the streetc to beg, suffer He Is survived by a wife and one tracks on north side of Risk, street Increased In Georgia and Arkansas.
king: the redemption will lose and die-and I do not believe the Frankly, we were peeved,
with child. The who completed. Arkansas
sna next Monday night pallbearers, were and Nevada will now
fever amount be baa paid prior pictures. The management will re- I good: people of Florida' will permit not only because the Information members of the American Legion Miami--Building permits Issued tax vending machines, Vermontand
withheld for 48 hours
'ft default and the land will main under Mr. Demorest, and forthe this to be done If all who have could have been Into were: L. D. Vining, Ray Newitom, here during August totaled $&12- Maryland, advertising signs,
entered food somechildren's < dropped
upon the assessment present the theatre will be open some m ney--some Floyd Green, Z. Z. Ortffls. Eugene Delaware New Jersey and West
other will share what the Telegraph's box: ten min- I 209.Miami
like property. the same four nights of each week. clothing Grlffls and A. J. Thomas peach Albert Kahn, Virginia will place new levies on
ACUon! Seven of the act Admission prices have been they have with our little ones-- utes after the advertisementIn I realtor, opened office at 1120 Fifth boxing and wrestling.
pro- tragedy In FlorIdI's question was submitted,
that this act shall be deemed changed to 15 and 35 cents. quickly-* great be averted. I do but missing the mails Thurs- NOTICE street. North Carolina has adopted a
ruminative and nothing here- history who afternoon meant the Macclenny Baptist church edifice sales tax-a gross tax on wholesale.
that everybody day
eotalned Shall be construed as 1933 TAGS GO ON DEC. 1ST hope and pray northbound would The Parent Teachers Association remodeled. and retail merchants-and a re- ,,

'Sling chapter 14572, acts of can** will come to our rescue quickly. stay In the local papers office until will meet Wednesday after- Tallahassee About $107,000.- tall tax: "society" has been organ.. ; t

1W3 of Florida: there la no We have been advised by Acting of the I 5:20 Friday afternoon-almost noon, October 21st at 3 o'clock at 000 worth of county-built roads in ized in Indiana to educate the citizens -
"ral repealing claUse to the act Motor Vehicle Commissioner Mc- The state located at 423 Saint 24 hours later., Under the school auditorium. Florida are now part of state highway on the value of such .a tax

thuenuy I lee no reason why Lin that 1932 automobile licenses 'society Bldg.are Jacksonville R. V.I, Starke's present mall service, system according to auditors Taxes on common carriers have i

pusprovtalolUl of section 997 will go on sale December 1st and James is the treasurer. We matter mailed after 0 o'clock NOTICE with state road department. been raided in several states, and ;,

laws of Florida may be placed on automobiles af- Covington reader of this article does not start northward until Bartow Lake Vfew Groves motor vehicle registration fees '
M. S. will
Methodist W.
COUld not be USed, under the ter that date. A news Item in a hope every something with these the next afternoon at The I Inc., capitalized at $10,000 filed have, gone up in Florida, Illinois
01 which to base the Talua- recent issue stated 1932 tags couldbe will share dire need and distress. meet Monday Afternoon at 3:30: I articles of incorporation. Nebraska, New Mexico, Ohio, S. j
of little ones In o'clock at the church. Business and
unpaid 5:20.To Tampa Thomas Jefferson Hotel
December I Wisconsin with
or commltteed taxes placed( on cars after those subscriberswhose Idaho
del the last &aaesIJed valua- 15th and Mr. McLln called our attention add- mail will not h delivered i study, meeting.Marianna . . I. redecorated, to coat about $10- ''I Maine and Tennessee giving a

Stalnat any land to 'be re- I to the error, stating the Mayo-Baker Lumber Co., until Monday. this explanation Bob's 000. slight' reduction in such fees
or Purchased availbale on De- ed to dry kiln to its equipment. ? I Tasty Bakery .
Ia less than would be is given.F'.rba
new tags
htuli 1r=valuation under either I.cember 1st and could be wed when i Dade City Friendly Service established in Lime Product I Pompano-New telephone building Winter! Garden-EdgewaUr Bo
or I purchased. Station completed. nesting completion. tel opened for 1Ie&BOn.i .


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anything about the work. Will Modem Jazz Music t.

Ressle: But you see, not knowing .

BRADFORD COUNTY for the makes-it much harder Become Classic of the Future? L r + Do You Know? + I 1.I:

Ben: I saw the doctor you told ,I'

HIGH JOURNAL me to see I _NM. -1, !! t,..".'."... -- ''I!
... ,I Lester: Did you tell him I sent ;
i o you Ben? : Yes I did. QOPll :. w" rq : ,
-Vu&E. r.
Lester: What did he say? ,
I LESTER P. ROBINSON -------.------ Editor-in-Chief In ad !,
t { Ben: lie asked me to pay
,' S. EVELYN STUMP ________.____=_____ Assistant Editor ,
j I' I LOUISE EDWARDS _________________ Literary Editor vance. 0IIOXOR I '"

//1\\ &) : RALPH COX ______________________... Sports Editor S
t"'" t. ;" I MIRIAM JACOBS _____________________ Joke Editor ROLL rd "E' iyM
r d
BRINSON .. Society Editor
I PATSY -----
I i ', : ; ." CLEO SHEPARD ..______________ Exchange Editor 1st grade-Eloise Bullock, Fran I

, .,. , :. ces Noegel Doris Brown. Miss Es- -,
\ ',,. -- telle Davis teacher. ;
:; i iy tem Is being installed that we be. 2nd grade-Doris Griffls Ferol? 9 "I. dy ,4 y # r i s
I lieve will be more satisfactory than Jones. Mrs. N. D. Walnwrlght 4wXC 9 e' fa R ,
; ;:
I wY' the previous one has been. teacher.
3rd grade-Alex Blake Owen tC

MERELY: REMINISCENIXO Dyal Grace Green Irene Goodge
Gladys Johnson, Florence Mersereau -
. q Evelyn would be perfect If were Frances Overstreet, Alice Pet-
not for '"aboot. Who went to Virginia erson, Juanlta Priest Ruth Wy-
d'I. this summer? man Vernon Cooper, Levy Burn- 'i'

i We would have won or tied the sed Seeber Goodwin, Winton Sum- N iiks
, game Friday but there were too ner. Mrs. Rltch, teacher. a
..1 many fumbles. 4th grade-Alma Ward Ruby ,,KhL

1 I Ii Patsy was going to have her tonsils Conner Juanlta Barefoot, Marg- {4 ssdRk
I out but It was Just talk. aret Lowry, Billy Jackson, Ralph

i 4 The Junior class organized and Rhodes, Tommy Ritch. Mrs. W. H. {J L'T \ 'loo. 55wAx .$ ..
wow! What an organization. Hart, teacher. 13o i TUN
We might think of something 5th grade-Mary Harriet Bishop ; 'fl Wy (Sp #
a funny to write but some sopho- Clara Mae Higginbotham, Clara

( mores are trying to serenade us. Flume, Mellie Silcox Crockett
+w, (Monday afternoon at PhysicalEd. Summer Doshla Smith, Ralph Dubois -
.) Jewett Fogg N. T. Bitch
e 1* The Bradford Tornadoes looked Beaulah Brown, Gloria Johns
tl { ai like a summer breeze at Live Oak Mary Jane Judd Mae Prevatt, Al- +1li altP l 1lP __ '
I Friday afternoon. lie Mae Blade Virginia Tyler. Miss, om

Lester: I want to get the "auto'I Eunice Perkins, teacher. .,.,.., CJNlli., ... ,.",
; z; Sept 25 Lake Butler _____ Here I biography of Benjamin Franklin. I 9th grade-Blake Jackson, Helen THAT during the hunting season In Canada, guides who in
.' 1 Ua-13 They-o Louise T.: Who was the author? I Mersereau Louise Snyder. the art can call a bull moose to them? They twist niZl
Oct. 2, Chlefland __________ Here Lost -Some slang expressions in 7th grade-Mack Mersereau. birch bark Into the form of a megaphone and through It make a nil
,1,' Ua-7 They-o Live Oak by Melba, Loiselle and Martha Slade, Don StlUey Berta '' eLA55 4 that apparently sound aa seductive to the moose as does theveh
C ,+ M Oct. 9, Live Oak ________ There Marlon. If anyone finds them, Mae Ward.12thortho. a megaphone crooner. to the ear of the average woman. The m
I + Us-7 They-2 I be Evelyn t Sit though usually gets shot. Above Is a moose cater:; at work.
please return as they might Matheny
,,$ !' , Oct 16, Fernandlna _______ Here i Thomas. New Brunswick Guides' Association presented a mooieiilllng lit
needed again. Stump, Victor
{ ._____ Here phone to President Hoover who wisely declined to listen to
J Oct 23 High Springs taro
+ No wonder the Live Oak boys 11th grade-Wynken Boulware. ttratlon on It In the White House grounds
Lake ________ Here
Oct 30 City
won! Some of the Starke girls Mary Brownlee, Lucille Edwards
i ------- -
Nov. 6, Alachua ___, _______ Here Mor-
stayed at the wrong goal line. Sarah Hope Haynes, Clyde
Nov. 13, Trenton __________ Here I Mrs. Sarah Mott Is spending this Miss Henrietta Evans of GUI
Nov. 20, Jasper __.______ There Ask Beverly anything you like In gan, Mildred Morgan. Etho- A.roundlksCOr, : truce; :" Thayat4tdi! ", .,ort.l"stnllwifknk. .. week with her daughter, Mrs. Mag-I vine, is spending the week-ajj
about the government hospital 10th grade-Lots Adklna
Nov. 27, Wllliston ________ Here gie Harrison. her aunt, Mrs. C. E. Harpo< 1
knows all about it Bunnie
Lake City. She lin Baron, Canova, Kitty .
Hogsed Louise Jackson, Lois Long, Singers Think Radio Per- it[ has; explains Ethel Horton. Mrs. Jennie Crosby of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. L. H, Futd]

f B. IL 8. SUFFERS INITIAL CAMPUS RUMORS Sinclair Peek Marguerite Prevatt formers Do Not Fully time pianist in of history the team.there"For is an the Inter-first spent a few days of last week Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Wynn cty
THE SEASON here with friends and relatives. the
DEFEAT OF musical entertainment
Alta Loraine Marjorie Stump Modern national music. Not understanding -
Among the most undignified senior Dorothy Swanbom Anna Laurie Appreciate its universal appeal we speak Elder E. N. Anderson, who has tey last Friday evening.
The B. H. S. football team was girls attending the tooball gameIn Tucker. MethodNew of it lightly and often razz tt. Yet been very ill, Is some better, and is Dr. R. M. Faver, who has!?.
;t defeated for the first time this sea. ( Live Oak Friday were: Melba we are right in the midst of whatis spending some time now with his ly returned from Memphis>>, TJ
w' son, when It lost to Live Oak Silcox Louise Edwards, Loiselle Cre.tvlew-What will probablybe York City. Wilt our probably the world's greatest daughter, Mrs. Lily Futch at Lees- where he has taken a two f
last Friday, 25 to 6. All of Live Turner Beverly Cady Cleo Shepard the most popular short motor grandchildren speak in awed tones forward step musically. burg. course in the eye-ear, note]
Oak's scoring was done In the first Miriam Jacobs (most digni trip to be found In Florida-designated oj our Jazz as classics? Lulu "True, many of the numbers are throat, made a tour of south i
Quinn Weyant and Ethel Horton, trivial, especially novelty tongs; .
last half. Ida this
half and Starke's in the will week.
fled) Evelyn "Aboot" Stump, Les- the "Okaloosa loop" -
nV.lonally famous radio performers but they have their niche In the
A Live Oak received the ball from ter Price Robinson. be officially opened in time for think they will. scheme ,.,? artistic development Mrs. S. E. Jones, postmasUl
t the kick-off and marched down the Those attending the football Christmas holidays. The "Oka- ''1 am sure that we here In 'Around the: Cornar,* new novelly HAMPTON Sampson, attended church bertj

field for a touchdown; but Starke game Friday decided to become extremely loosa loop" route will take Pensa- America! do rot hold Jazz any song, (Is nn exception and a distinct Mlmm Adn. Nt__.. Cor. Sunday evening.
d held them without another score "fablish" and as you cola people across the $2,000,000 mora licntly:: than Germany held contribution. For one thing it hag Rev. F. M.\ Taylor attended I Ittsmal
until second quarter, when they know, were bedecked In their new causeway over Pensacola bay Wnjrnrr In h's' youth," declares a new tyro of lyric which Is especially services at Brooker
went over for three more touchdowns fall finery, (Empress Eugenle hats down Santa Rosa sound, always in T/wlu Qutnn: [ Weyant, nho speaks marvelous for sincing/: It Mr. and Mrs. :M. C. Sweeney are Sunday afternoon.
making the score at the end etc.) with a very disagreeable result sight of the waters of the sound with the knowledge; of a music i Ie in the class of 'Pop Goes the the of f
+ t of the half 25 to 0. -the weather said "No." and the gulf of Mexico, via' Na- t"a-bCr.! ":;:;.re:! baa never teen a Weasel which has existed t'nee! happy parents a new seven
and one-half daughter who Stuart-J. H. Yates coat
pound :
single' lurenM pat steo In before tIle advent of the Pilttrlrsand .
The local team totally outplayed and : ov rt(
Aa I know Esther
suppose you already varre Florosa, Mary the -vhich think of real arrived October 12th. erecting $125,000 residence on <
tho Live Oak eleven In the second anv a''i l': the! S name thing: we as a : I
Evelyn Stump visited Virginia last to Camp Walton. Thence along the h.nn't happen1" end/ js: mist ben clas'ij Probably: our generations The evangelistic service at the liter Island for Joseph Verner I
r half as far as yardage gain was summer with the result-"aboot." magnificent high sandbanked shore # yet ..: it CMI*' ',.r..' h've h". I hone will be singing 'Around thai Christian church are progressing of New York.BradentonLloyd's.
1 : concerned but fumbles and penalties "Bo" Lovell and his "Whirling line of beautiful Choctawhatchee 'i r>, _ /.
coiv :St .fl./.r:".il la rua. \\1111.1' *. V..*?*: nicely under the supervision of new I ta
a kept them away from the Tornadoes" Journeyed to Gainesville bay across the waters of Gam- ._, Evangelist, Rev. O. K. Cull and his ready-to-wear store, opened at I
i p: goal line except for the time when to see the Florida-North Carolina ier's bayou, past Port Dixie and able singer C. S. Hayes.Mr. 12th street
Mrs. Hicks Mr. and Mrs. Starlingof
:+ the only touchdown for Starke was game (which was freeforthe through Valparaiso. Thence over attended church here I and Mrs. O. L. Harrison and Plant City-J. C Miller i
made In the second quarter. Tornadoes)-Ralph Cox headed state road No. B4 to see the 100- BROOKER Newberry Mrs. Sullivan and Mrs. Idella cleaning and pressing bu ln

a) the contingentA acre tung oil development of the Miss Vera Gainey, Cor. Wednesday night. Priest attended church services at Winter park-R. C Baker
Rev. Lowry a very welcome visitor broom salesman visited the Marhoeffer brothers, thru Chocta Mr. L. W. Sowell is on a business Brooker last Sunday evening.Rev. installed new sporting good! 1
gave an interesting talk in school Friday-take warning girls. whatchee National Forest across trip in South Florida. McGauley filled his regular Tallahassee-A. and M. (Co:)
'1 "What is I The revival meeting at the Baptist Sheriff Epperson was attendingto
chapel last Thursday on I Shoal river into Crestview. Thence appointment at the First Baptist for negroes to erect brick tailj
Life." a matter that should be seriously Victor: Have you ever been of. over the Old Spanish Trail through church which was conductedby business here last Wednesday. church here last Sunday morning.L. at cost of $45,000.MacclennyFilling.
considered by everyone. The fered a Job? MUllgan. Galllver Holt Harold, Revs. Barnes and McGauley Mr. F. S. Fowler is visiting L. Bedenbaugh, who has been stauoaj!\
talk was enjoyed by everyone and Frank I.: Only once. Tubby, only Floridale, Milton and the Escam- closed Sunday night There was friends and relatives in Plant City. previously located !in the eastern by H. Powers, near here, con
we all hope to have Rev. Lowry once, aside from that I've met with bla river to Pensacola. The en- Mr. Grady Kelley of Blounts-
part of town has this week ed.
removed -
with us again soon. nothing but kindness in my life. tire distance of this pretty drive good attendance, and three new additions town was a visitor here last week. to the Croft residence on AllapattahRegent Theater!

will be about 130 miles. added to the church. Rev. and Mrs. T. Sykes of Tennessee Main street W. 17th avenue and Sfith street
The large enrollment this year In Mac: With all her faults you 4 i iHlaleah Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Waters at- moved here last week. He
Mrs. J. G. Lamoreaux of Orlando, opened.
school has necessitated the build- should love her stilL -Building permits Issued tended church here last week. will serve as pastor of the Pentecostal is attending church services here Key West-Work OD .enoc
ing of two extra rooms on north' Herbert: I do, but the trouble s, here during August totaled Mrs. R. A. Foxworth and Miss church. this week.Wake. I.Marine hospital to start aU
side of the building. These rooms she ia nearly always on the go. 336633. Lubedla Plnholster were In Jacksonville Miss Flora Wilcox of Fort My
will be a groat Improvement to the Chattahoochee River Junc- Friday. ers, was a visitor here last week. - -

building. The heating system is Business man: You're asking tlon-Chattahoochee road completed. Messrs. L. R. Waters, T. W. Mar- Ivan and Pervls Hazen attended Up Yo.ur-Liver BII
also under construction. A sys mighty high wages not to know key and J. L.: Shriver were in Ala the football game at Gainesville
chua on business Wednesday after. Saturday afternoon.Mr. .
noon. and Mrs. Tom Harris of Lacrosse
SCHOOL DAYS By DWIG Mi' and Mrs. J. H. Sowell and attended church here Saturday -Without Ca10rnt

Mi'\. and Mrs. L. L. Parker and Mr. night.
and Mrs. R. T. McDavid of Lacrosse Mr. and Mrs. Hardee of the tung 8ow1D.IrooI1 a ,J>M
Bed It able bO to aot
attended church here last' oil farms visited our meeting here And You !? Jump Out of d'rq'Ja mC.
dory di. It Jud
--a--: week. last week. in the Morning Rarin to Go .. biota up your ctolllA HEItT F15IP. ,, ,-.a ON"fie.' 0 ettn91t Rev. Barnes of Trenton conducted Mrs. Idella Priest and Mrs. Sullivan thick,fed.......*ra.I""*V.*]

I1 SA1 .v0 (:SIiW' 1 NoVaf 'G\f tlf_ f4C.TAlttG e.'et'\HtO. a revival meeting here last' of Hampton, were Visitors to If you feel soar and sunk and the) t.. U..k. .ut to btaWT: .
'c%) Ded1I Von ... week assisted by Rev. G. E. Mc our church Sunday night Lid-,..
Me. t""" PIS'"T' world looks punk don't swallow a lot ....awl you l. dora
SOMe eoo'f I ISeTClles< 1 HuNl Ot'\'t "F1GRattEJEQ Gauley. Mrs. Neller Thomas of Pahokee of salts mineral water, oil. laxative palm Y pobo..d.Itelartba..z.'dold.
: i p twUO url"eo IJI1 Otf! Mrs. C. L. Atkinson returned was here last week-end visitingher or chewing gum and expect CAB
/ GoT ,. 5tte'I'I., M05QIA1bo .$ YOtI wVEtt You home Sunday afternoon from visiting brother Mr. L. W. Sowell. She them to main yea suddenly etltet LzTzRPn1ath.N.wt.rabYatr.'taadd"......

o \ 0\S, 1 tor % ,S LOOK! FGIl IN' IF 40)\) IO"-r; peptTes her mother Mrs W. M. was accompanied home by Mr. and I I and buoyant' aDd full of..".., '-., ...... ...--,........

0" to \ \ nsNetYo t41P"R'T'f Hodges in Starke. Mrs. L. W. Sowell Sunday.Mr. I far they eant do! tt. They only .,... ...... .-IIIfIII.
10 CSlT Tt\EM : ,", d Mr. T. W.:Markey and L. R. Waters R. W. Brannen was visitinghis mor the bow.]* and a mar mare' II
., t'\I 8I ( Lake Butler last week-end. .....,m.,.
TI"IS"'\" _.areafcryomdowa.eoaeattg... ........
!' \ w""T QatlTti noon.Mrs.. Arthur Minton of Plant Mi-\ Warner Mott was visiting IsyoarBvw.ItBbooId pear eat tee aY-
,' ttOT TALK. 4I ; City has returned to her home after hit mother, :Mrs. Sarah Mott here JCIUIIdaeil ngittd boa tiro year boteleelaijy. .....U-....-fleece W
ti G p I coT raseDt0nr 1. spending a week with her sis Sunday. : 5-. ......- 0-

. : S ter.:Mr.Mrs.A. L.L. Green D. Polk.and sons, Lesley

., . and Roy were in Starke Saturday.
1 4i Green Jacksonville Messrs.were J. Lewis,visitors and Roy in AUD 0TEALLITODAJ

I Resale Colson Ortho :Matheny

Lewis drove over to Gainesville
I / Saturday afternon for the Gator-
North Carolina football game.
1 1P
Mr. and Mrs. L W. Plnholster of
P Lake City were here visiting

friends and relatives.Rev. .
Taylor of Hampton was visIting -

S In).X.Alachua'.here and Mrs.Sunday Sunday.L. R.afternoon.Waters were B. H. S. Tornadoesvs

,1lj W. Kelley of
t f -.. Mr. and Mrs. D.
New River attended church here

Saturday night
-. M%. L. D.Polk was attending to

j / rr iI f : business afternoon.In Lake. City Wednesady s

Miss Geneva Harrell of St Petersburg .

I ia here visiting her moth
II I L. er. :Mra. W. M. HarreU. L FernandinaAt

2 i .. -. Mrs. Redd of Alachua was here
Sunday afternoon visiting her son --.-- -
I ---
vrr : Mr. E. B. Redd.
Mrs. IL N, Baxter of Jacksonville -
/; was visiting friends and relatives The Ball Park 3:30
a I J05f\ KS rat\ SOH WENT Down. ..r here this week. p.

r Mr. and Mra. Milliard, Mr. and


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... this year, by those who I Iin
them. The fruit examined the bilL Rex took the money Gainesville-The annual sale of tion, a copy of which accompaniedthe enough fertllzer for its own use, i
size, smooth skin was of normal from his bill fold he said.! the state dairymen's associationwill application, would be sunk in but enough to ship several can a
Paragraphs and
Short has
News of Florida In usually large amount of an un-I be held in Gainesville Novem- 50 feet of water so as not to en- day to various polnta in Georgiaand

Price is marketing all his juice. Mr. West Palm Beach-Palm Beach ber 17, according to an announce- danger shipping, and the city Florida., About 30 years agoa

stores along the east crop at' county commissioners set out to ment just made by the committeeIn would comply with regulations on phosphate mine operated on a
claim the whole of Lake Okeechobee charge. About 25 young cattle, sinking the hulk and marking the hill a short distance from the farm \
Fernandina-The as a part! of the area of the some of the best In the southeast, spot with proper buoys. and the water from the washers
LIVE STATE NEWSTOLD nandina Port of Fer-' county. If successful the scheme will be auctioned off at this sale, ran down and settled on the farm
was the first
motor stop for the will produce some $30,000 or $35-: which will give the farmers a Santa Rosa The citizens of site. The water carried from the
ship "Gulf
$200,000 Gulf Mist, a new I 000 additional gas tax revenue un- chance to get hold of some good Santa Rosa, Walton county, are washers a certain phosphoric con,1 3
oil tanker Refining company: der the provision In the recent leg blooded stock. The stork will interested in a channel from tent of the mined phosphate.! This
which "i
EXCHANGES the Gulf was docked at I islative act that one cent of the come from some of the leading Choctawhatchee bay up to the layer of fertilizer ia about a foot ''j''
BY week company's docks here last I tax: is allocated according to area. dairies in the !state: as well as other town. An Item was carried In the In depth and when removed from 1

_-A _.-- -------------. -..--- where it discharged Ha initial The lake would Increase the coun- !sections: of the !southeast: All last rivers and harbors bill look- the top of the soil, hauled to a-mill .
cargo. The
I new tanker will I ty's area by more than 720 square animals offered will have registered ing to favorable report by the and ground produces the finest '
ply between Brunswick ",
Public schools New York. Ga., and I I miles. papers and health certificates board of engineers for rivers and grade of mineral coli old a Is with a "
ugtlstlne points on the East '
.. children In St. Au us- Coast canal. harbors, war department. The di- phosphoric acid content of approx- j
Ite Johns county have a Haines City The Baptist peo- Tallahassee curiosity that at- Jacksonville Heavy clouds of vision engineer headquarters at imately 25 per cent. .,

ld enrollment St. than ever before. plo of Haines City are having A.Bradenton-A cow owned by J.I I tracts every visitor hangs in the smoke that for two days have hung New Orleans, forwarded an unfa- .

i! erected a large and modern Sun- Frohock recently completed an I office of E. C. Strickland, state: over a large residential section vorable report to the board. Representative Fort Chambless sanl"i
, 'etersburg-.C. H. Model of day school annex to their already official 305: days test supervised ,i shell fish commissioner The ob-! north of Jacksonville will just have Thomas A Yon Inter- meat market and Delicatessen "
Perry -
I tary
.... has Invented a new style beautiful and commodious church by Prof. C. H. Willoughby of the ject Is a cornet fish that Is four I to hang there unless Old Man Jupiter vened In behalf of Santa Rosa and and Bake: Shop opened in .:t
IY feet long and a foot building. The annex will consist University of Florida, acting for I['and one half feet long taken from, Pluvlus does something about Colonel Loving, resident member, J
the building formerly occupied by Hoy-
dlnwalklcgonthewater.Eewh of eight class rooms and two as-1 club. American She Guernsey Cattle i)|'Florida waters. The fish has a i it. The Jacksonville fire depart- agreed to give him a hearing be- er's grocery on First street. aNew

-- sembly halls.Panama record for established a new state ,i i, trumpet like snout with long,false ment has thrown up Its hands and fore the full board next :Monday.: Smyrna-New motors Installed ,
- aibreakr milk production in curved Jaws, and a long rate tail ceased! efforts to extinguish fire in Octover 12.ClewistonThe. on waterworks of
,lona land here to form City-With one of the Florida with 13,669.6 pounds of I running back from the center of a 200 acre swamp. The fire Is two city water plant. pumps J

41.1.1T for a yacht basin In Hall- finest cotton warehouses ever con- milk for the 365 days period. I I tail fins. Tho' fish is said to be a or three feet underground, and large sugar mill\ Marlarmu,-Mr. Robert Prince

'er between the Island and structed in Florida being rapidly [ comparative stranger. to Florida nothing can halt It but rain, firefighters in Clewiston la being reconditioned and wife of Pensacola opened bak- I
( Graceville
nd was authorized by the filled with cotton from Alabama Graceville Methodist -1|: waters. said 'A'he fire did no prop and' mechanics are busy in ma- ery in Lime Products building. I it i

nunlssion. I:and Florida for export, the' South- have just celebrated the com erty damage but smoke caused extreme chine shops in getting tractors and Bears, Roebuck & Co., spent to- I.'
-_-, ern Iraft corporation at Panama pletion and opening of their new Graceville Work 6n the new annoyance to hundreds of harvesters' in readiness for opera tal of $380,858 in Florida during ,
Jenton- The United Daugh- City is helping to add to the industrial $35,000 church home with a "bornecoming" I state highway connecting with the residents. tion. Tho 15 harvesters, owned by 1930, according to figures sent to '

the Confederacy will hold importance of this section.St. program, which all former Old Spanish Trail at Chipley, and the Southern Sugar company, will C. S. Purcell, manager of Orlando
.nnual Florida tate conven- members were invited to attend. running by way of Graceville to Fort Pierce-A ten acre gladioli bo used in harvesting the cane, toro.--TI\VlI.res. Lake County Citi .
nre October 20 to 23. About Petersburg-The Eastern Air Former Governor Cary A. Hardeewas the Bee Line highway, seven miles farm is to be established near Fort and the number of negro cane cutters zen.

limbers are expected to be Transport hopes eventually to establish a guest of the church for the north of Graceville, is scheduledto Pierce by the Grand Island Nur- la not expected to exceed the _ ___ ,

nJanco. daylight airplane service occasslon, and spoke on the after- start shortly, work on the con- series of Eustis, and the firm's entire number employed last year. The
between New York and both St. noon program. vict camp near Graceville being ''I gladioli operations transferred cane harvesting machines! do not .1 I :

.andini With return of Petersburg and Miami, but cannot about completed. When this roadis to Fort Pierce. It is planned entirely displace colored laborers ;
,imatcly 100 shrimp boats until sufficient equipment is available Ocala-A cassava plant grown completed it will shorten the I to have at least 600,000 bulbs at some varieties of cane are bet ..- SAVE
.i the first carload of raw Harold A. Elliott, vicepresident by C. L. Prince on the Lee Priest route from the north to Pensacolaand planted by November 1. R.V.. ter cut by hand than. by machines.

to be shipped from this of the company, said in a let- farm on the Anthony road is be- points west by more than 20 Kingsley, who for the past five Despite the dry weather of the II ;
w In the past three weeks left: ter to the chamber of commerce. ing displayed in the chamber of miles. years has been growing gladioli summer months, the yield of sugar

ur the New York market. commerce window. Mr. Prince has exclusively at Umatllla, will be In cane Is somewhat larger than last I
I Fort Pierce Work preliminaryto 20 acres of cassava on the Priest Fernandlna An addition tonature's charge of the new farm. The firm year. It la estimated that the ton i

curoi ywood-The Atlantic Deep-! the survey of the Fort Pierce farm. The plant is about five or' freaks was brought up will market their product In, New nage will be at least onefourthmore BUS

Ism iterways Association, by a harbor project, in accordance with six: feet tall, with larger roots, from the depths of th",Amelia riv- York and Chicago. No bulbs will than that of last season.
DUB vote, selected HollyFla. -i the recent order of the chief of U. i which makes excellent hog feed or er here today by William Dana of be sold and only cut flowers will -

., for its twenty-fifth an- S. engineers, has been completed' may be used for human consump I this city. This particular freak is I be shipped to markets. Lake City Chinquapins are (;

mventlon in 1932, at Its con- and the actual survey is to get under -: tion. apparently a real "walking" fish, bringing about the same price as

es n >IB Boston. way this week, according to since it has both front and hind Palmetto--It has been announced cotton and quite a large quantityhas
announcement by officials of the U. Marianna-H. A. Bowles, clerkof feet, all of them being webbed and by a recently organized concern already been shipped from I .1.1I
adia-DeSoto county's crop S. district engineer's local office. the circuit court and clerk of claw-like. The piscatorial mons- Travertine Quarries, Inc., here. One local man has already
Italarla seed, which is estl-: the board of county commissioners trosity was taken from the river with headquarters in Sarasota, anda bought and shipped 1000 poundsof I :;

1 to bring into the county! Fort Lauderdale-The citrus exchange of Jackson county, has an- alive by means of a scoop net. It mile east of Manatee, that it pur- these chestnut flavored nuts .\

$40,000,, to $50,000 in cash I district office, which for nounced his intention of turning will be put in a window display for chased 02 1-2 acres of land called The opening price was five centsa .
D non, is to be harvested and merly was located at :Miami, has back to Jackson county each public observation.r the Holtzendorff tract, where it pound but this has declined so it I ,,,
n red I In a systematic manner. been moved to Fort Lauderdale.I' month the sum of $50 to be used will establish a travertine quarry. Is stated in the past few, days be- f.
I I The move was designed to give toward the support of a county Quincy-Ground was broken by [,Men are already at work clearingthe cause of the large supply which has s

Iter Haven The public I south Florida groves year-round poor farm or for the support of Albritton and Williams, local con- land. This will make two trav- been brought here. Shipments have r .

la of Polk county will for the! competition with California, in- paupers now supported with tax tracting firm, for construction of ertine quarries In Manatee county, been made to southern cities with '.J.)

d time observe the opening of; stead of eight months as at pres money. a corrugated iron and concrete the other being east of Samoset. Atlanta and Jacksonville taking I

lortda Orange Festival by i ent. building for the Gadsden Ice and This new concern has also leased the greatest quantity. The nuts t :i
e g the doors of their institu- Madison Mallory C. Green, 31, Power Company to house the new ten acres of land north of the river are gathered from the trees whichare It's smart to b. thrifty/that's ,,I

, for the entire day Tuesday, Jacksonville The thirty-eighth Hamilton county farmer, was fertilizing mixing plant and feed for the same purpose later. indigenous to this section, why to many faihlonable women '
,ry 26. annual convention of the United brought to a hospital here yester- mill which will be set in operation I thriving In the low lands. A good prefer BLUE BUS

t tl Daughters of the Confederacy will day suffering from numerous shot- immediately upon completion and i I Ft. Pierce Application for a crop Is reported and a good many LINES. The cleaned, moil I \

reI tuna Bench Bids were re- be held In 'Jacksonville, November gun wounds. His right arm had to Installation of machinery. The government permit to sink the hulk people have been engaged lately ingathering convenient and comFortabl. ':,

1 by Harry M. Griffin, archi- 15-20, 1931. Mrs. J. L. Medlin of be amputated. The young farmer building will be built in two sections of a ship one mile off shore here, the nuts and selling transportation at the lowest ;

I era for erection of a $30,000 Jacksonville, chairman of the com- said he was rounding up hogs in and at some points will be as a bait harbor to attract big I them on the local market. cost of all . .
r eec facing the Halifax river, mittee on organization, can be ad- a wooded section. He placed his five stories In height to accommo- game fish was sent to the war department .
\ of the Hotel Ormond for; dressed for Information. gun beside a log, he said, and date the machinery needed in fer- by the city in accordance Inverness unique farm is Fares i I
8 A. Bowman, of New York the weapon fired accidentally tilizer with a resolution voted by the com owned by Connell and Shultz northof
ATLANTA ______________ 8..15 .:
him with shot. .
DeLand-The date for the open- showering missioners at a special meeting.The the city. The farm comprises '
I ing of the DeLand Tourists Home Stuart-Things have become en- hulk, according to the resolu- 300 acres and not only produces e.
MONTGOMERY ______. 11..15
Sheriff Lewis J. commencement of the win- Cross City-Deadman'a Bay, a Your
pa-" and the tirely too tough for "Get
located DIRMINOllAM _________ 12..15
of Collier county, was In- entertainment here popular resort village
i famous
ter program Man" Charlie McCrary
NEW ORLEANS _________ 16.915
, 3 federal here set for October about thirty miles from Cross Cityat You'll know how gooda
6/1 grand jury has been tentatively Florida constable. So Charlie re- never 'j'
Stelnhatchee TAMPA ________________ 11.50
.t mber 20, with others on aie 14, Mrs. Alva C. Williams director the mouth of the signed. The officer, famous for his be until MIAMI- \ 12.80 ,'
cigar can you ------------------
of to violate the activities an- River is fast becoming an Impor-
conspiracy of tourists tracking of criminals thru-
I .. GAINESVILLE _________ .M
center. Deadman'aBay ..
bitten law in connection with nounced. tant Industrial i. out the south became disgusted have smoked a_ j. j v. I
pents of liquor. has one of the finest ports on I whe he was fined $309 for a false ---/ COLONIAL STAGES DEPOT :
I Perry-One of the most Impor-' the gulf and some day it Is destined -,{arrest and reprimanded for his .
na i Beach Outfitting off tant changes in Perry of some to become one of Florida's prin- foot yawl Explorer for their time was consummated when the cipal cities. It has been long fam- [I city fathers held to be injurious to Opposite\ Court House .

i mile cruise along a zig-zag Wilson Lumber company of Perry, i ous for Its fishing, hunting and I I the town's reputation. "The situa- I'hone 120-W '
around! the world was before Florida, took over the local body bathing. tion Is too tough for me' McCrarysaid :.
by Capt. J. Erroll Boyd, plant and factory of the Graham-I in letter of resignation to Governor MORE HAVANA Blue Bus

[Atlantic flier, and Carl Jus- Paige company on a lease that I Dade City-The Seaboard Rail- Doyle E. Carlton. MILD ... ... ., J ;I II f
wner and master of the craft. will be in effect at least until the I road Company Is rushing construc- iJeli8lltful19 t I

first of the coming year. tion of a large packing shed at the Inverness-Three new families .. .. . ... e.1'
-- u" - -- --- --- -" --- -- - -- -- -- ---- r ree
own-Nearly a thous- Intersection of Church street and will soon bft living in the German '
woks for the third annual Kenansville-The Scott mill at the Seaboard tracks. The shed Is colony started In Citrus county

1.11I County Free Fair are Kenansville will resume full time being constructed to take care of county several weeks ago, and the

distributed this weekghout operation in a few days and will shipments of fall cucumbers being construction of three''' new homes :

the bounds of the coun- employ a force of about 150 men. grown this season by farmers of with the necessary barns and poul-
I d I Into the neighboring vicin- The plant, with the exception of the Dade City area, and will\ be try buildings will be started at M I

iThe county fair will be held the planing mill, has been closed available for handling egg plant, once. The work of driving a deep ;
Ion November 4-7. down since July 25, and the full strawberries and other truck cropsIn well to furnish water for the colony oregenuine

time operation of this big Indus- season. was finished a few days ago
e Wales-Edward W. Bok try is the best kind of news for and now an abundance of water for
V334.540 from his estate of the people of Osceola county. Ocala-The hangar at Taylor all purposes Is available. A fine
0,000 to maintain the fam- Field has been completed by con- flow of water was found at depth.

a mging tower and bird sanc- TitusviUe-J. M. Price of Mlms tractors Fisher and Reece at a cost of 160 feet. The three families satisfaction
near here. It was the larg- brought several boxes of lemons of $6212. The hangar is 80 by 60 I purchased 20-acre farm sites.

igle bequest and Is In chargee here that were considered the fin feet, of steel construction and so

American Foundation ,of'est locally grown lemons shownInd designed that additions may be
made as a Ford and Fokker trl- '

the \Worst is Yet to Come-- I dated ships motored can In It planes be now.stored can From In be the six ten- O'ERVORkED NERVESUP than any car -

i The building Is fire resisting and \',,.. ,
lightning proof. "

Tampa-Officials-of Ocoee, Or- I owned

ange county, were under orders to- ." / ever
day to explain why they shouldn'ttax
: certain lands to pay $13,812 Interest -
on bonds Issued by the city

it when the land was Inside the city .

limits. The Brown Crummer In- T" irE FORD la good-Iookirg. It caving this, I am thinking Id

I II al vestment company told Federal that i* fife. Comfortable. Speedy. .term of comfort, safely, driving
Akerman yesterday
Judge Reliable. Long-lived. Eco- of control and
II when It bought the bonds the land pleasure, ease
I was Inside the city. Since then It nomlcal. Everything a good car economy. My next car will also be at

I' ( i !has been excluded by county court I y / should be.There Ford because It will give( me what I wantat

IIy order. in too an added somethIng I afford "
a price can to pay.
I I ( I I ; I about it that bring; enthusiastic When behind
I I Fort Myers-Freeholders of Ft. TO your ears In work.- com- you get the wheel of I
i ,i Myers rejected a proposed 30-year I every. nerve at high tension. ments from every one who lin* ever the Ford and drive it yourself you will

I :'ranchise for the Florida Power I No wonder you snap at the wife driven a Ford . the joy It put* in know It la a truly remarkable car at a
by the narrow and bark at the children.W .
ind Light company ,
| margin of 47 votes. Out of a total at CI h oat! Overworked motoring."I low price. You will like it when you" !

eligible list of 1,102 freeholders,!i nerves, Nervous may lead Headache! to Sleeplessness Nervous - have been! u car owner contlnuouilf first buy It. You will become more andmoreenthuslnsliethelongeryoudrlveit

)94 cast ballots in the ipe- } for nearly 20 writes a motorIst
e persons Indigestion and a boat of year, .
, lal election. This 90 per cent f other disturbances. connected with.
anpleaiant a leading university. After thousands of mile of drivingyou
IUEe '.urn-out of voters in the memoryf Why don t yon try Dr. Mllaa
1 } the oldest resident was the Effervescent Nervine Tablets "During this period I have bought will say "it* a great ear." Its econ

largest percentage of qualified Jon one In a half glass of eleven new automobile Eight of the omy will. ave you many dollar.
to participate in an water makes a pleasant, spark ,
electors ever ling drink delightfully soothing eleven were In the middle-price field,

election here. to Oer-taxedllenes. one coat three thousand dollar,and the
rwrnsatr DIF RfZY1' mo.v xvrma
Dr. 110.. Nerviae Is now
Fort Myers-Real detective ability and last I* a Ford I purchased thirteen
made la two form*-Liquid
was needed here In establishing Effervescent Tablet. Both have months ago. $

ownership of a stray $100 bill. the aaro soothing effect. "In the light of this experience I 430$640VORD
Joe Fendleton. son of a, local pastor '1.00 at yew drag store
the bill in the yard of ay In all sincerity that I bore derived
found O MILES I ,' C,.o. .. D..o. ,r.. f -4a. ..J J.a...,. 1..p..'....JI
s the Pendleton home while at play. more genuine satisfaction front the Mrs __ r r.I a.M.rp.yrj ........
bill was punctured with. five lontf&xxntNERVINE M.Arh.rl....4we '_ r_ .' a. an.I
The Ford Ih.uI1 ear I ever owned. In: I
claimed the. f
holes. J. D. McFerron t
money. To prove his ownership,
he produced his dog. Rex. wbos* ,II ..

I teeth exactly fitted the puncture: -_? MOTOR COMPANY


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Mayo-New roof installed on West
DESERT HOLDS NO MORE In Dade county, 3nLe and Palm Beach
Mayo Methodist church edifice.
TERRORS FOR COUPLE Nassau; 14 in Alachua; 15 in Cit- pman office l lfletlon.
j : ci FROM CALIFORNIAWere rus; 17 In Hillsborough and Polk; Do You Know? -:- building fc
? I V 19 in Liberty; 20 in Bay and Jackson *, River Perry between- Bridge Hamilton over Suwannee and Su- pied by E, U Roddy ae arl

Hotter In Kansas Than When ; 23 In Hernando; 23: in Hen- .
'I wannee counties opened.
Crossing. Sandy Wastes dry; 28 In Putnam and Flagler;
30 in Indian River 35: in Madison l- ,, .
I Ij ': ',,, ;-""";: ;: -r4';:' ;,_. :-:, h ,'. : :;",;,i'<." ,-: ,IN': ,>c> Lake City-Dr. H. C. Vondahm
OLSON-LI IXEY The following story taken from ; 47 in St. Johns; 53 in Santa /,41" .."
I I ,. commanding officer of U. S. Veterans' H. E.
Rosa 49 In( Union;; 78 in Duval """ LAOEItGltt.'illapplng;
the Thursday morning, Oct. 1st, Issue -j ; '. ," '
yf: Mr and Mrs. George Lllley of and St. Johns, and on 83 in I .: ;' ":" ,{- "' Hospital here, announced that Surveying
'' of the Hotel Pennsylvania $20,000 will be expended for redec- -
II Ormstead, Ill., Holmes. ;;'f" Leusi
F,} p.-.' ,&, announce the marriage of their Dally New York City, will be of Contracts have been awarded by .. .-", :s orating Interior of buildings on the

I } } !III I daughter interest to many in this section. the department since January 1, ,:>:,:'., reservation. Starke, Florid

' I" j, Bertie Lllley. of Starke, Before her marriage Mra. Corn 1931, and up to September 23: on ', ,,,<'
to aid totaling $2- Winter Garden J. H. Groganto
was Miss Marguerite Shriver, sis federal projects
.f 1 Titus Olson of Lake City, ter of Mr. Lewis Sh river of Brooker 311,201.30, covering 78.29 miles of / establish jewelry and watch repair -
Thursday, October 8th : road and 1,133.5: feet of bridges.On w : business here.

J 1 Starke, Florida. "Having gone through the desert state projects the departmenthas 666
' d' ( i ( :I' The ceremony was solemnized at that separates Califorlna from the awarded additional conctracts Fort Pierce C. C. DeBerry &

I i s ? -: ',, i ; the Methodist parsonage with Ret rest of the country on several occasions during the same period amountingto Son opened Port Sewall LumberCo.

; W. F. Jones, officiating, afte Mr. and Mrs. Ira R. Corn, $760,890.81 covering 51.79 miles ., near here, employing 25: men. R..II.,,,.,LlQITIO. 1I..d.OR.....TADI.E'I'I..
', I whichMr.: and Mrs. Olson left for of Long Beach, were prepared for of road and 214 feet of bridges. I II Ormond Old State Road No. 30 m..t... .h...... .o.Cold....1aI,
c-; ;' : a wedding trip through the southern a blistering experience when they . I 4, north of here, to be resurfaced d.ear,...sad eaeek. H.I..a. Iao t.
Yt' I ,t E part of the state. Mrs Olson set out in their automobile for New PURINA MILLS ADOPT for distance of five miles. 660 Salve for Bnby.W .
> ; owns the Carola Cafe here and has York two weeks ago. On previous COTTON BAG CONTAINERFOR r ttv
many" friends who will be Interested rips across the desert, they were SOUTHERN PLANTS 5
I ;i to learn of her marriage. ,
( In a comfortable Pullman, but even
( i F j so they had been nearly suffocated Repaying a courtesy to an old N

4 V J CIRCLES OF TilE BAPTIST by the time they had passed thrt friend, the Purina Mills today an- r

V.J ''I W. M. S. MEET the sandy wastes. nounced that all poultry feeds ,
"Th y therefore expected the made at their Forth Worth and s'e

i I I 4 Circle No. 1 of the Baptist W. M desert journey to bo the worst part Nashville plants will be sacked in s ,

s f' 8. met at the home of Mrs. P. M of their trip to the east. However,,, cotton bags, in an effort to help b Y in/Mr .,I NIU ,!111IIilIY UiAdiIII(!{!: Ileeui"
b r. Barefoot Monday afternoon. they left Long Beach In unusuallycool the cotton farmer of the xouth. ..\

F d j, i Mrs. J. H. Pitts, leader, openedthe weather and cool breezes preceded For thirty-six years the cotton Buy your heaters nowb b.
'1 d s ; devotional with scripture readIng I them to the desert. They planters have helped the growth of s -- fore cold weather
Y tz .:5j f f from Acts 1, verses 8-19, followed made the trip across the sand in a this company by buying especially sets in.
I manner and although It orders of horse and mule __ A splendid line just
rt i ''r: i with prayer by Mrs. A. M. I leisurely large received -
11 was in the afternoon, they were feed. With today's announcementIt and at
a : ,j Darby. prices to
j ', This being the first meeting of comfortable the entire three hours was recalled that some of the 'S suit pocketbook
p y the new year the following officers required to make the trek. 'company's present executives were every
; committees were appointed "Now, they sighed in relief, we salesmen in the South and had -"
y 1t d} V,1 and standing: Mrs. P. M. Barefoot, co- can look forward to a cool and their first sales training in that ':" .: ,;::ij f..3i\!;;;': .,:-:::",.:drA.r. CIRCULATING AIR
the rest of the much of the com- HEATERS AT
s : leader; Mrs. W. J. Epperson, secretary comfortable trip section
i ; ; Mrs. J. E. Wilson, treasurer time we are traveling. But they pany's business originates. The .,-.,, C..4. ,..J 11041"1 s Ta $48.00
C. White, mission were too optimistic. They struck action Is an attempt to help the
Mrs. George .
'j ; the first white to
Sslle who
; Cavallar de La was man
leader Mrs. J. :M. North Texas at a time when that cotton farmer by buying from him THAT a rd a. Mighty efficient and quite low.
; study ; of Mexico via the Mississippi' River (1882)) and who founded
I 1 fi+r Brownlee, Mrs. Alice Langford and part of the country was experiencing at a time when he needs it most. Louisiana had his headquarter In this haute which la still standingIn priced, considering the built ia
Lk r ; Mrs. J. H. Hundley, finance committee one of the worst heat waves Commenting on this Idea' to help Lachlnt.: suburb of Montreal Laehlne, the French name for quality. Substantially
1 ,, I c ; Mrs. W. H. Andrews, and of the year. By the time they got the cotton farmer, E. G. Cherbon- China, la ao named because La Sail believed he would find the long built to
V} 1 } 4' Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Jr., transportation to Kansas, the automobile had all nler. secretary of the company sought western passage to China when he started on his trip. Bancroft I give years of carefree service
t' committee. but melted Into the) road. In fact, stated today, a complete and thor- the great American historian said of La Sails: "Hla name will live

+ Plans were discussed and made they were so exhausted by the heatin ough study Is being made of cot- through the ages M that of the.Father of Civilization In Central United I LOOKAll

' I, for the new year's work. At the Kansas City that they could ton sacking with the idea of even- _Statsa.. lL wwlWY.Y.r..rrw
close of the business session, Mrs. scarcely move on to Chicago."It tually replacing the burlap bags other types of heaters at

h Barefoot, assisted by Mrs. J. E. wasn't until Mr. and Mrs. now used to sack other feeds. "If sensationally low prices for
Corn arrived In New York that tests under way prove'that It la
Willie Stringfel-
Mrs. .
i' Wilson and dependable heaters. Take
-a.Laartl-- ,j) e your
refreshments to they found the cool weather they practical to use cotton instead of
low served light
( the following members, who were had expected to have all along the burlap, many of our other chows You'll never know how good !;\ choice of the several different
I present: Mrs. J. H. Pitts. Mrs. Al- way. They are now guests at Ho- will also be sacked In cotton bags. types, up from
,: ice Langford, Mrs. S. G. Lewis, tel Pennsylvania for a few days We are anxious just now to do ev- a cigar can be until you i

Mrs. J. M. Brownlee Mrs. J. O. before going on to Jacksonville, erything in our power to help the have smoked a .. $5.00No
Goodman, Mrs. S. F. Hamrick, Mrs. Fla., former home of Mrs. Corn. southern cotton planter, who always {
O. H. Bennett, Mrs. E. C. Priest, They are now able to view with has been one of our very best extra charge for installa tion. See us today
: ;Mrs. J. H. Hundley, Mrs. W. H. amusement the fact that they were I customers," he said. 1 . \VAs8c
Mrs hotter in Kansas than they were In With Purina Mills plan to use
Mrs. J. E. Wilson,
;y&S& Willie Stringfellow, Mra. A. M. the desert on their recent trip, but cotton bagging, the southern cot- Now Starke Hardware & Furniture Co

1 Darby, and Mrs. W. J. Epperson, hope that the South has bidden ton farmer has a customer one of 1 SAME SIZE

PICK TWO AND THREE _> ... goodbye to summer and that the largest users of material for MORE HAVANA .. Starke Florida
they'll meet no more heat waves. bag construction in the United I ,
"Mr. Corn is a prominent oil man States. Several million bags are ,DelwhtfullyMILD t
I i WOMAN'S CLUB OF. In Long Beach. He formerly livedIn used each year to sack the feed

STARKE MEETS\ Wltchlta, Kan., but has residedIn I. which is shipped from its nine mills\ :I
California for some years. The. In the United States and Canada.
The Starke Woman's Club opened oil business on the coast, as everyplace ... j -j /'jf- .''i.jy"' **r._ j
1 its fall activities Wednesday afternoon else, is quiet now, and Mr. TltusvUleConstruction of gov- -

In the club auditorium with I Corn is'taking advantage of the ernment station" to start ,in. near
a regular business meeting and an' let-up Inactivities to take a vaca- future. .a
informal reception to the teachersof tion. -

the Bradford County\ High "He reports that outwardly Long Plant City Muni-Saver Groc-
School. Flowers in autumn shades Beach is little affected by the busi- ery Co., Inaugurated free delivery I I II IV

decorated the building. ness situation in the world today. service.
After the club collect and club Tourists still Hock to the beautiful Gainesville\ Annual sale of TheBRADFORD "

; BOng the president, Mrs. N. D. coast resort and retailers are not Stats Dairymen's Association will
: Wainwright, presided over the complaining much about poor busi be held here No. 17.

business session. ness. The city bas approximately
During the reception period the 160,000 Inhabitants of which It Is I

following program was presentedand said 60,000 are from the state of
delighted the many listeners: Iowa."

+ b Instrumental duet: "Hungary", .. COUNTY 4
(Carl Koelllng)-Mrs. E. M. Davis ROAD CONSTRUCTION :I ,
;+ and Mrs. Preston. WORK NOW PROCEEDINGIN !
Reading: "The Tapestry of Life TWENTY-SIX COUNTIES \
(Margaret.: Sangster-Mrs.) L. G.

Powell. Road construction In Florida is -

Solos: (a) "A Benediction." I proceeding this month in 26 coun- TELEGRAPH
(Clara Edwards): (b) "Sylvia.." ties, according to figures releasedat

(Oley Speaks--John Powell. the office of the state road de-

!. Instrumental duet: "Iris", (Pierre partment in Tallahassee. ,r .
Rcuard)-Mra. E. M. Davis and Eight bridges, in which 11 coun- -. *"" ',

Mrs. Preston. ties are interested, ara under con-
The hostess committee Mra. P., struction. States forces are constructing > >,:4 J n' ;

E. Conova. Sr., Mrs. J. F. Colloy, one of these, a concrete ,' .
4t Mra. N. Bternberg, Mrs. E. W. structure while seven different That Shiny Nose \ "
r Hayes, Mrs. D. C. Jones. Mrs. J.H. contractors are building the oth : ..
i Rltch. Jr., Mrs. C. O. Bryan and completely subdued. No more ;
r; ers. Four are entirely of concrete, ineffective
t Mrs. E. K. Perryman served an ice constant powdering. : One Year
two concrete with steeel ,
( spans Just one little extra touch and you .
course to those present. and one la concrete dock girder have not only eliminated "Skin r
=-: 7-7 t type. One of these structures is Shine" but have given your com- J ;
ready to be turned over to the department plexion an entrancing smooth .
BAPTIST CIRCLES MEET soft\pearly appearance: of exqui ... .w.J J'I
and others hays progressed -, site Deaut)'. . ,..;
to various stages of completion .- ' 1'' I
3 met at the home of .- ;
Circle No. from 08 per cent to 98.40 OOWUUrfS '. '
Mrs. J. Lk Sllcox on Monday after- '" \ ''t ;
r noon. Officers were elected and per eent. oRIENTq I ''I' '. /or ;, ,',
made for future Work Road contract are in charge of . :' '-- :
plans 17 contractors, while state forces CREAM '. : '
Circle No. 2 of Baptist W M S. .
meeting are responsible for two projectsand WIt.... rl.h and rla.h.1 shad.. '\I' .-
C held Its regular monthly convicts are at work on 14 :. : : \
of .,4 ,
Monday aftefA66n at the horn others. There are 40 projects In r .
Mrs. tI'. F, Flume. The devotional
1 ]: all under In the 20 counties. t
I.1{ service was lead by Mra. Flume. way state had DR. R. W. MARTIN '

the Tbs year following were:officers Mrs. O.elected W. Alderman for- 3,303 On miles September'of highway 1 1,927 the cleared miles, 3-on DENTIST .01., i,', .. J', TLocal (,
miles )
r co-leader; Mrs. Chas. Over- 248 graded Phone 83 Hours 9 to &| ; : :: '
;a which base has been laid, and 2,

t Mrs.street Lk O.secretary,Powell, chairman and treasurer, flow-; 769 During miles hardiurfaced.August there were 10 I I Over Corpening's Drug StoreTAKE 4I1:1..5tJH

er committee; Mrs. F. F. Flume, 17 :
miles of clearing completed,
Mrs. Nat Williams, transportation
miles of grading done- seven miles

committee.During the social hour the hostess ,of base laid,. 14 miles of bl&hwayhardsurtaced. CARETO ;: : :

r assisted by Mrs. Chas .Over- i
During August there were
street, served dainty refreshmentsto completed 17 PROSPCfUTYtTHCRS: ' J" ,,, '
miles of clearing
the following circle members: IS NO FEAR. or YOUR. '
Mrs. O. W. Alderman, Mrs. O. J. miles of grading done, seven miles BUNG .
Griffin, Mra. N. Q. Adams, Mra. W. of base laid, 14 miles of highway i, News" ",,

II. Perkins Mrs. L. O. Powell, Mrs. .hardaurfaced.Grubbing 108 Miles ADVERSITY II ?:
E. M. Thomas, :Mrs. L. W. Kick-
and Under construction at the present
Miss Carrie Compton
time are 160 miles of clearing
Mra. Nat Williams.INTERMEDIATE. and grubbing. 134 miles of actual I ;

gp Q. A.'.. grading, 143 miles of base laying, t1I
a TO MEET and 113 miles pf surfacing. Of the County News
latter 01 miles Is of concrete and Vhlk you....*hnlch' wl_
sand toy ok.. cm of dwml While roes " .
1' t The Intermediate a. A.'s will six miles are asphalt.
r n ,t r hold their regular meeting Monday There are 373 miles of road In bad Vurhabl.propeery.towr.lsOn. -

V afternoon at 3:43: : o'clock at the the 40 projects under construc- ef fmlaratnnli of suswonoml '

i c home of Mra. W. J. Epperson with tion. Improvements are being car-in yout bunon to m*IMUIMI ngUM nfcfuMdincef km b|'"". State'NewsmiiBiaMli
number one
ried out on
i Hazel Crews as hostess.
;; P<-'deIotlHAROLD
'' .--. Washington and Jackson coun-
Eustis Bids received for're-' ties with concrete paving; gradingon
building Arborlo building Into ho three in Nassau and Duval C. WALL

tel... counties; road four In Flagler.
in- Broward and Duval counties INSURANCE
4 Frostproof Bill Davis to :Voluala.
stall grocery' store In connection ; five 'In Hlllsborough. Sarasota .
with filling station. and Levy counties; road. 4-A STARKE. FLORIDA

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_--- S25i52St52S2.52525'ur2SZS25Bits Saturday in
4t of Mr. and Mrs.Jacksonville as guests Lake Butler one day last week, and one sister, Doris. Also a host Lake Worth- -Bids opened for rebuilding
James Godbold. MILLER where Mr. Kite was attending to of other relatives. While she will north wall of municipal

business. be greatly missed in her home and power house
of Miss Pearl Jordan, county home ialle. Dtarkwelder Cor. Those who attended the revival In the community, still we know

the demonstration agent returned to in Hampton Sunday night from that the Heavenly Father knows Clearwater-Oakhurst Fruit Co.,

county Saturday. Misa Jordan Mr. H. G. Crawford and Mr. C. here were Mr. and Mra. Noon War- best and we must bow submission Inc., granted charter.
attended the annual extension ren and children, Mr. and Mrs. to his will. ,--- -..-
conference held W. Carlisle made a business trip to
weal .yev !9Concernntr at Gainesville last Jack Wynn and family, Mrs. C. B. -.-
week. Winter
last Tuesday. There Brown and children, Mrs S. E. I >milr4liID
they visited Mr. Crawford's brother Jones, Mrs Alice Kite: Mrs. Pearl CARD OF APPRECIATION fnf)4
Our People Business and Mr. L. A. Meade left Thursday Mr. Calvin Crawford, where he Smith and daughter, Miss Dorothy AND THANKS :
for Georgia, on business. He will be has been very 111 for many days. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. M. Varnes tfOIRM11'IEDUP
Progrm of the County and Town. accompanied home by his little Friends of Mrs. C. F. Stutevillewill and family. We, the family and relatives

daughters, Barbara and Regina, be very sorry to hear of her wish In our limited way to expressour

.---------------____1iJWEATJlEIC and son, who have been on an extended ;- being ill, and hope she will soon t heartfelt appreciation and
QQQ e visit with their grandmother recover. .- thanks to our many friends for
REPORT Mrs. George Anderson of Law- at Alamo, Ga. Mrs. Bessie McNeal, Miss Effie their assistance, sympathy and
tey spent Sunday afternoon with Hancock and Mr. James McNeal THERESSA beautiful floral offerings, duringthe pit a,

-starke branch U. her mother, Mrs. W. J. Epperson.CoL Mrs. D. A. Montieth and guests, made a business trip to Worthington III..... A. I. ..111...... ('o.. illness and death of our loved
OIIIplled Departmentt by Mr. William Montieth, Miss Alice last Friday. one, Charlie Canova McCall. We v.errr
orestry Oct. 13, 1931. and Mrs. J. L. Frazee spent Montieth and Mr. D. A. Montiethleft Mrs. Beanie McNeal, Miss Elsie Miss Daisy Moore and Mr. Bob especially thank Dr. J. E. Names, .P
4s.I eek ending J,1aJt. Mtn preclp. several days the first of the weekIn Tuesday for a trip through: Blackwelder, Mr. James McNeal, Turner motored up from Clear- Sr., the attending physician and :
Date Miami. South Florida where they will visit: Mr. C. W. Carlisle and Mr. H. G. water and spent Friday with Miss consultant physicians, Dr. Seeber
8 88 8TO points of Interest before returning Crawford all made a business trip Moore's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. King Dr. J. M. Mann of Lake But-

89 61 .11 Dr. and Mrs. M. B. Herlong of home the last of the week. i to Lake Butler Saturday.' W Moore. % ler; Dr. Whitaker, Raiford; Dr. J.
9 Mr. Roy McNeal, Mr. Frank E. Mainea. Jr., Gainesville, and the
86 64 Jacksonville, were guests of Sena- Mr. and Mrs. F. Fender, Misses
10 87 6S: T. tor and Mrs. E. M. Johns Sunday. Among those attending the Flor-i Brooks and Mr. Virgil Brooks made Ruth Fender, and Mildred Phillipswere nurses Mrs. Matilda Loadholtz,
11 84 69 r: ida-North Carolina football game a business trip to Providence Sat- shopping in Starke Saturday Miss Ida Merritt, Lake Butler, for

I 12 74 63 .27 Ladle and men's Shoes-Latest in Gainesville Saturday were: Mr. urday. Messrs. Floyd Kirkland Austin their untiring and unceasing effortsto '
13 styles at very reasonable prices at and Mrs. C. A. Knight, Senator and Mr. Spence Dicks of Worthington Fender, Charles Batten and Misses relieve and restore to health our

otal_fore're. the J. & R. Store. Mrs. E. !.L Johns, Gloria Johns, Springs was visiting Miller sec Anna Batten, Ruth Fender and IIa- loved one. YourBlSU'tfflw'
Miss: Ethel tion last SundaY''.l' We feel they did everything
I Martin Is visiting Griffin, Misa Mary gen Phillips attended church In I
R. W. Brownlee Mr, Emmett Dicks made a busi- medical and skill could -. .
Jacksonville this week. Mrs. B. S. Carrolof Daytona Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Mon Hampton Sunday night. professional
.. ndslJ1 Beach spent Tuesday and Wednes- tieth, W. M. Wainwright H. C. ness trip to Ray DuboHe'a. last Mrs. David Jones of Hampton, do, but God la his love and true

low day with her mother, Mrs. F. H. Wall, W. A. Bessent, W. J. Epperson week visited her daughters, Mesdames D. wisdom, knew beat and relieved our
P uldren'. Coat at very Long. Dr. E. L. Biggs, Cong. R. Mr. Wllllary Dubose of White W. Moore and A. L. Sullivan here loved one from suffering, after ATLAS
'es at the J. U. Store A. Green, Lester Price Robinson, Springs, Is visiting his uncle, Ray Saturday and Sunday. which the doctors and nurse forgot -

1.a 1.I! -- spent Mrs. Roy Edwards and Mrs. Joe Eldredge Robinson, James Lewis, Dubose this week. Mr. Howard Moore of Gainesville I willingly their professions and
' "Ir. J. G. Boyd of Umattlla friends, Edwards visited Mrs. A. J. GriffisIn Dr. R. W. Marlin T. T Long John Friends of Mr. 'Ray Dubose will spent Sunday here with his par- became true and sympathetic The Standard Oil .s.3uS
0 eek-end here visiting the Alachua County Hospital In Inman, Billy Graham, Broward be sorry to hear that he Is ill and ents, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Moore. friends by so doing. We wish themto ,
Gainesville last Thursday.Mr. Lovell Harry Tison, Ralph Cox, T. has been 111 for some time. We all Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Trlest were know they proved a balm of Tire Guaranteed ;
t. and Mrs. T. S. Williams were B. Massie, Nat Sternberg, Charles wish him a speedy recovery.Mrs. visitors to Starke Monday. healing over our sorrow. We also

(IWrI! in Jacksonville Monday. and Mrs. W. P. Hurst and Darby, Maurice Edwards, Owen Doland Thomas has returned Messrs. R. L. and Charles Batten especially appreciate the message One Year 1
family of Jacksonville spent Sun- Griffin, Eldredge Smith and Miss home after spending a visit , Mr. and Mrs. :Floyd Fender of hope and comfort given by' Rev.

sk to see the wonderful values. day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Estelle Kendrick with her daughter, Mrs Virgie and Mr. C. Sullivan attended the T. W. Allen and Mrs. J. E. Maines, NNN......lN W
at Stump's.Pearl v'
> have in Blankets Roy Edwards. Brooksdale of Miami. I New River Association at Pine Sr., kindness of assuming and arranging -
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dicks spent Grove Church Wednesday. I the song service during the

r.D Snyder baa moved to Mr. and Mrs. John J. Rigdon had Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Crlbba of funeral. Frigidairethe

r home on Cherry street. as guests Wednesday, Mr. Tom Lc7J ? 1 Waters Starke was visitors here Sunday. We again repeat, we cannot any
Crawford of Lakeland and Mr. Ben Mrs. Sallie Blackwelder spent I Mr. and Mrs. Bailey and little In words sufficiently to express
0A lre-R. H. Moore spent the weekly Crawford of St. Petersburg. J Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. W.! son, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sasser and our appreciation except In this three ,

j Jacksonville. Blackwelder. '' son Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Brown, small way. We truly appreciateevery year guar-

Mrs. J. J. Rigdon and daughter, Mr. Leslie Waters was visiting' Lacy Clyde and Toby Brown of deed and word of sympathy anted electric refrigerator s
K selection of ladles dree"e Miss Eva, attended the Primitive his father, Mr;'J. Y. Waters Sun- Brooker attended the funeral of lit given us. d I coat suit-Price* cannot be Baptist meeting at Bethlehem day. tle Edna Brown here Monday. Mrs. Charlie C. McCall, Mr. and ,
.It ,t the J. & K. Store. Church Sunday. Rev. G. P. Raymond, F-- Mr. and Mrs W. H. Griffin of Mra. Herbert Smith, Mr. and Mrs

r ..... Dear Sir: Hampton were at Theressa Mon- Robert Edwards, Miss Mildred Mc-
r Mesdames A. L. Kahr. Jr., Grace The president has created this Call, Miss Irene McCall, CharlesMcCall

I I lardson. A. C. Green were vlsl- lines Are? you See "dated"the new by fall your Gonsard figure organization to do everything pos- SAMPSON CITY day.Mrs.. J. J. 'Brannen of Hampton, Jr., Wilbur McCall, Mr. For sale bySmith's
Monday. sible to make sure that those who D. W. McCall Mr. R. L. McCall,
t in Jacksonville girdles, corsets, and combinationsat Ethel Jones, Cor. visited her sister, Mrs. A. L. Sul-
are unemployed during the com- livan afternoon. Mr. J. V. McCall, Mra. Lee Adams,
!Mrs. Alma Shaw of Gainesville Stump's.There ing winter may receive adequate -- - -. ..- .- Monday Death of Edna Brown Mrs. M. D. Roberts, Mrs. Minnie

visiting her daughter, Mrs. L. A. must be reason why so relief. Miss Louise Kite spent the day Early Monday morning the death Lee, Mrs..Victoria Ward. Service
Our work is based on the broad .
pade. many people wear Humming Bird policy that unemployment relief Sunday in Raiford angel visited our community and
Hose. See our complete display of ,Mr. Ray Goodge:, Mrs. M. E. took to her Heavenly home little Miami Beach Charles Rubin
best be dealt with local
and Miss can by -
Mrs. W. E. Middleton the newest fall shades at Stump's. unified Goodge and Mrs. B. Dyal spent the Edna Louise Brown. She had been granted permit to construct 840- StationStarke
adge Middleton spent Saturday community through a sick only a few days and her death
local organization or committee.It day In Starke last Saturday. 000 hotel at 814 Collins avenue.
Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Lewis, Dor- Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Smith were came as a shock to everyone. Edna .
-- othy Sapp and Eleanor Lewis spent is important that every force visiting relatives here one day last was born Nov. 17, 1930, was 10 Plant City--S. D. Eddy pur Fla. :
In each should
I Dr. and Mrs. George F. Lowry Sunday afternoon In Gainesville community support week. months and 25 days old when she chased Interest of J. C. Miller In
local activities concerned in the ,.. ....
New - -?p-p )
In Smyrnae --
ent several days visiting friends. Mr. A. I{. Smith was attendingto died. Little Edna had a very sweet Acme Barber Shop.
first of the week. raising of funds for unemploymentrelief business In Flagler Beach and disposition and always had a smile

fashion Come In and see the new dressesat wisely administering relief Hawthorn Monday. for everyone and will be greatly Phone STEAM PRESSING CO. Suits i

|Any chic, smart Butter- Stump's. Prints and travel and increasing. opportuntlea for Mr. and Mrs. Volley McKinney missed by all. She 4s survived by 52 J. Frank Thoman Prop. Cleaned & *I"
k Patterns for fall, 1931, la stock I crepes, also wool crepe Jerseys and employment.The spent the week-end in South Flor- her parents, Mr and Mrs. Wilmot ,
nly 23o at Stump's. I silks. committee on CooperationIs ida last week. Brown, two brothers, Carl and Phil FELT HATS Cleaned and Blocked Reshaped 1;
I charged with the duty of invitingall Mr. E. D. Jones made a business ,

lUn. J. H. Ritch, Mrs. Hamilton', Mrs. O. L. Haynes and Master organizations to participate in trip to Starke and Hampton Mon-
Ritch spent the work, and looks to the churchesas
nand Miss Harriet O. L. Haynes Jr., and Miss Geor-
i sday fin Jacksonville. gia Hayes were in St. Augustine one of the influential organiza day.Gene Rosslgnol Frank Herringand
tions, for assistance In inspiringthe
Saturday. Lucian Thomas were visitingIn SPEOA1S-FRIDAY & SATURDAY OCT. 1617TIPTOPGrocery
|BI( Mlectlon of ladle hat at people to give the heartiest Worthington Springs last Fri- ,

j low prices at the J. & It. Mr. and Mrs. A. L Kahr, Jr., and support to the movement in their

I Mrs. Grace Richardson, of Swath- own communities. May we not day.Mrs.. C. B. Brown and mother,,
count to in touch with
on keep
more Pa., motored to Jackson- you Mrs. Bell Johns were visiting Mrs
I j |Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Richard of ville Sunday.Mr. your community organization for Johns' sister, Mrs. Sam Crews
!atka visited friends In Starke unemployment relief, to keep your Monday afternoon.
Informed to its plans, and
lay.JMIsa and Mrs. E. S. Matthews returned people as Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Wynn and
Sunday from, a week's visit to urge them to lend all strengthand children were visiting Mr. and Mrs LOCATION BETWEEN BANK AND POST OFFICE +
DeLand distress
left influence to the end that ;
Iris Brown In Camilla, Wadley and Bartow, Jack Wynn Sunday afternoon.
londay for her home after a visit Ga. from unemployment may be Mr. and Mra. Lester Kite were in Ilowell Nasworthy, Owner and Operator

fitn, Miss Lois Colley. kept at a minimum? - --- -- .-. .. ., _. .
advisable -- -- '' -- -
will consider it -:
Mrs. W. E. Middleton, Mr. and
I lira Alma Shaw of Gainesville lap to read thla letter to your, Great Northern
Mrs. J. M. Mitchell. :Miss Madge
guest of her daughter, Mrs. Middleton and Miss Lucille Mitch congregation and take any definite FLORIDATHEATRE Maxwell House Coffee lb. 25c |

L A. Meade. ell motored to Palatka Sunday. action which Sincerely seems appropriate.yours, BEANS - - /

Mrs J. E. Corpening spent Wed- Mr. and Mrs W. P. Randall and Eliot Wadsworth,
Chairman, 'With One Half Pint Delicious
day in Hugh with her parents. son, Bill Jr., of Jacksonville, spent
r.' and Mrs. T. A.-Brtnson.Mr. Sunday with Mrs. Randall's par- Committee on Cooperation with GAINESVILLE FLA. 6 libs. - - 25clOlbs.39c
Mrs. J. M. Alvarez. I National Groups .
ents Mr. and - - - -
II D. C. Oct. 1, 1931. I
[ and Mrs. A. L. Spencer of I Washington, Salad Dressing -15c
. Week -
Oct. 16
cksonvUle were guests Thursday $1.00( Humming Bird Hose Is the ATTENDING FOOTBALL GAME I Program
1 Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Colley. best silk hose that money can buy, -

at that price. All new fall shades.I Among those attending the ._ .. _ '0.. .- = ..- .- . .. -. .... - .. ..- ,
Mr and Mrs. Henry Freeman Remember they are guaranteed at TODAY

Greta Garbo
i spent Friday with relatives.
dames J. M. Brownlee, Herbert
Mr. John Earnest E. E. Canova and daughter,I' Durden, D. M. Harvard, Misses In Corn Beef15c LARD
Rigdon and Sunday
I ilrnot Miss Mary Canova, spent Mary Canova, Mary Brownlee,,
were visitors to Jackson- Bushnell, with Mr. and Mrs. F. I
"e Martha Brownlee, Bunny Canova,, "SUSAN LENOX"With
Tuesday. A. Canova.Mr. Lois Adkins, Lois Long, Lillian
2 Ib. Carton I5c
Miriam Jacobs, Lula
I I Senator E. M. Johns, Dr. G. P. D. P. McKinnon of Miami LeilaDea ,
aymond and Mr. Oscar Andeu, of Senator Redgraves, Kitty Very Best White
was the guest at the home Andrews, Hilda Durden, Mel- Clark Gable
out Wednesday in Tallahassee.Mrs. Johns Mondayand ALL FORX69 Pink's
and Mrs. E. M. ba Silcox, Loiselle Turner, Beverly ; Fancy }

S. T. Dell and Mra. Addison I Tuesday.Mr. Cady, Mary Pierce, Cleo Shepard, BACONPound n y
>unds Evelyn Stump, Marjorie Stump, SATURDAY'"Twenly
Mrs. of Gainesville, were guests and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and Mr. and Mrs. It. C. Wall, S. R. SALMON

E. M. Johns Thursday. family and Miss Martha Bronwlee Johns, A. E. Wall, J. J. Truby, N. Four Hours"With :
Sunday In Jacksonville with Julian - 91hc {
spent Sternberg Frank Inman rSAYE 46C
JUdge A. Z. Adkins waa In Mac- Rev. and Mra. M. C. Stith. Peek, Bill Edwards, Woodrow Tall 1 lOc
lIDy - ,
several days this week at- Ford W. T. Weeks, Paul Raymond,
fnding court. CoL and Mrs. J. E. Futch of De- Palmer Williams and others. Clive Brooks"KayFrancis

Mr. and Mrs J. A. Saul are H.Land L.were Brownlee guests Sunday of Mr.night and Mrs.and STARKE FULLY, ACCREDITED Gallon Good 1 Palmolive Soap $ .10 10 lbs. ____,.. 35e

ate of friends In Starke this Monday. 1 Super Suds . .10 I
To put a atop to rumors that the Syrup59c OctagonSoap (5c size.50) RICE
Dr. J. H. Coffee of Arcadia is Bradford High School Is not an Monday & Tuesday Octagon Powder use5Ibs.
c. O. Bryant la visitingher guest at the home of his friend, accredited high school Supt. Grif ,
rents, Mr. and Mra. John Mc- Mr. Frank Hoover who Is seriously fis stated Wednesday that there Is Constance BennettIn (5c size) . .10

ughUn ln St Mathews, S. C.Mrs. UL foundation to such rumor, and White RingFLOUR68c 1 Octagon Cleanser .05 19c '

that he had been advised by State 1 DoubleCalvanized Pail 30
1 E. M. Johns and Mrs C. A. Mrs. E. B. Jelks of Quitman. Superintendent Cawthon Wednes-

fight.spent Wednesday In Jack"We. Ga., la the guest of her daughter, day morning the school was fully "COMMON LA''V" Regular Value $1.15 Sweet or Irish

Mrs. T. B. Massie. Before return- !accredited and would so remain as g
I!Ing to her home, Mrs. Jelks will long as the present standards were POTATOESlOlbs.
visit In Miami. maintained. The fact that two of JVEDNESDAYNancy 98 Ik--$2.75 2 Ib. Package

ENT the lower grades are using the au-
A %WORD Mrs. J. Mc C. Tharin, Mrs. K. J. ditorium while the new clan rooms CarrollIn Cake Flour15c

Burritt and Mr. and Mrs. Leroy are being constructed will not af- I -17c
COLUMN Joyner of Jacksonville visited fect the standing of the school, or 'I Good Wife

friends In Starke Sunday afternoon any graduate of the 1931-32 term. BANANAS Brookfield

It "PersonalifIaid"COMING Flour 24 lb. 55c
REgTFurnished house, 5 i -- BRIDGE KEFAIIIED
rooms. J18.00 per month. Bamboo Mra. A. :M. Darby Mrs. J. M. 6 lbs. - 25tI Butter Ib.38c
r. -
tot sale A. E. Dunham. It* Brownlee, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Al- State bridge crews have repairedthe I ,
derman attended the Baptist annual bridge across Alligator canal,
toAVOW A LEAKY TOP New River Association at just south of the city limits, on John GilbertIn Grits or Meal eberg Carnation or PetMilk,3for10c e" "

your automobile. Tops Pine Grove Wednesday. state road 13, the repairs being
recovered and rotten wood replaced -- - .- made with as little Inconvenienceto 1 10 IbSa I9ct LETTUCE
- -- lOc l
Good work: Reasonable Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Dowling and traffic as po tble. Flooring of "Phantom of Paris" - -
Prfcea n.L Ogden Keystone Nettle Dowling and Mra. W. S. this bridge had begun to show I I.I. I., w tlSri
I Helgh' 10-16-U Stroman will spend Friday and signs of weakenln:. i .. '. _': \ t_ !-':_ ._ ::-: :-

-:.!. .. ... tfY,rr:,' 'L "f$" , ." Ii..iU .,,
ryre'rr \ """" ; !' :t '
s a ri ; ,;:\ '(\! ,y.\J\ :,"( r''If' ;! ,""\'r\" ..'. "':I' Yi"'i' !


___ _ _+ I I .-. _. 18, 1BSt
have moved to Plant

MwY; creKe Heilbronn SpringsThelma aide for a while, afterP to a

( Rhoden Cor.) Bradford county: for many] k
FARM NEWS SECTION Mr. Owen Carter of "
has returned home &111I)
Misses Juanita Johns of Plant vacation with his parent r !lr

I I Conducted By ;;n w.rv* z 1>q.rr3 r 3; City is spending the school months Mrs. Charlie Carter. 2d,.

l }a, Miss Elsie Mr. Newn Burney
here with her cousin of Start
;f, .) n L. T. DYER, County Agent Rhoden.Mr. the guest of Miss ciadw '...

+ MISS\ PEARL JORDAN, Home Demonstration Agent Rodman Underhill and Bill ter Sunday. "'IIHII-

'g, L Nettles were business visitors to Miss Juanita Johns of Plant,\
Is en
spending the school ,
Jacksonville Friday.
Check DADE COUNTY TRUCK wtlh her months htrt
Care 'Will cousin, Miss
Mr. Clarence Rhoden and Rod Elsie
Mr. !
i ;t ; 1 Many Losses Of DIVERSIFIED CROPS man Underbill were visitors to Station Wilmont la Thomas or le I.

4 l Truck In Transit Jacksonville Saturday night. visiting_ frtends b .

l 4 _. Dade county vegetable growers Miss Bertie Norman was the + --:.

I Most of the losses of Florida are beginning to practice diversification guest of Miss Elsie Rhoden Sun -
1 + vegetables In transit are caused by County Agent C. II. Stef- day.Mr. FIVE MILE ::::

4.N' c ell my and watery soft rots and can rang recently explained.Up y* 's > Seeber Forsyth was guestof Mrs P. I". Dekle,
i! r y' be prevented by careful handling until two years ago tomatoeswere Miss Juanita Johns Sunday. Cor.

y'y i14 t + and grading, according to Dr. G. F. about the only truck crop yf Mr. Buck Starling: was visiting =:::::
; Yt' a' t r Weber, associate plant pathologist grown. Over 18,000 acres in tae :MIss Beatrice Underhill Sunday af Elder !o[. O. Touchstone preach

I ( at the Florida Experiment Station. county were planted to this cropin ternoon. at Bethany Saturday JiM Sundk iii
,, ; 6 soft rot is caused by bacteria and about 12,000 in b ,, ... f 6" Mr. Wilmot Thomas and Cleve Mrs. P. P. Dekle hm
g' 8lmy 1927-28 K.W" ";" tr",,,,><,.:; ,,,,, -- . t.-. .... c. been st Ib
t ? which attack hampers of 1928-29. In 1029-30 the acreage FLOWERS FOR SIR THOMAS: All the EVEN GANDHI LAUGHED : Famous Indian Harris were the guests of Misses bedside of her father Key gg

4 bean, cabbagp, lettuce, celery, peppers dropped to 6,000 and last season: world has just sent flowers to the bier of Sir Nationalist leader is here seen with Charlie Josephine and Pauline Green Sun Proctor, who has been lucre m .
ia't 1 etc., most of which are not it was about 5,000. Thomas Lipton. Above a child (children loved Chaplin, famous screen star, as they met in the day afternoon. several days O!

r i. pre-cooled and in transit for several At the same time, other vegetable him) it shown presenting her goodwill bouquet East End. London home of Dr Katial, during the Miss Thelma Rhoden spent Saturday Mrs. George Johns')ln tins,

a 1. t'1' days without ice. The rot crops were being planted. before his last great race. Indian Round Table. Conference. __ _m____ night with her cousin, Miss Ilolden and Mrs. Mar r; DOY
l'' t uiiuaUy begins where tissues are During the season 1929-30 about I Essie Crawford.Mr. Starke visited the Misses larllnr It
t ,e token In harvesting and packing 1,500 acres of such, crops as potatoes Clyde Rowe and Fonzo Grlf- here Saturday.Mrs. IIu;

L , J, t or at lesions caused by parasitic cabbage; squash, and beans'' fls were the guests of :Misses Thel Frances Parrhh+ spent
fungi. were planted. During the past ma Rhoden and Essie Crawford week-end with her stet+ ) Mrs.S" R Watery rot Is caused by a fungus season this acreage was Increased)\! Saturday night. 110 Parrish ''

known to growers as the cause of to about 4000. I t Mr. Owen Carter, Russell Carter Mr. and Mrs. M 1 p oekle

'1 lettuce drop, celery pink rot, nesting The Introduction of manganese I and Seeber Forsyth, Misses Elsie daughter Sarah LillIan an
; 1 of beans, and watery rot of sulphate to the calcareous soil x' Rhoden, Juanita Johns and Pearl guests of llr. ana Mr.*, p p wen
( cabbage. It Is a common field (Us. which made it possible to grow the rota e-ry; ,?,< hl+ ;art k, Glbba attended the party given at Saturday. DeilJt t

ky ease, and unless care is exerclued+ I other crops, together with the the home of Mr. L. Carter Saturday Cecil Drawdy of Leesburg tans

k b$I it U easily Included In the pack. low price for tomatoes, he said night. Itlngr his grandparents Mr. dII4<
'i Wauhing vegetables is usually was responsible for the'shift. Manganese Mrs. Luke and daughter, Ruby Mrs. B. L. Duke.
{ I'' fi practiced, and adding a little die.f was Introduced Into the blonds, is spending the week in Jimmie Parrish of Brooker
f rr" ( infection to the water will give area due to experiments by the /. - Wl Lawtey with her son Henry a visltlr here Saturday

d s i bent results. Handle the products Florida Experiment Station and Monda. Joe Green, youngest son of Sij

carefully to prevent bruises use the U. S. Department of Agrlcul .i ______. ________.._ _.___ _____ >kamk Mr. Cornelius and Clarence and Mrs. D. J. O. Green and uu
+ '4 !, )i clean smooth containers, and pre- ture.He HOLD FIRST FALL WORKOUT: Here I is the full squad of the United States Naval Academycrew Moore attended the party Satur Estelle Parrish: granddaughter of

r h h' j' cool and refrigerate all shipments further explained that during during the first work-out this fall on the Severn River, at Annapolis, Md., under the guidance of Coach day.Mr. Mr. and lira. R. E. Parrish wen
M that will be in transit over a day the 1930-31 season, 49 cars of mix Charles "Buck" Walsh, (right with megaphone). Coach Walsh succeeds Richard "Old Dick." Glendon, Clyde and Harmon Morganand quitely married In Lake Butler by

9 or two was his advice. ed vegetables were shipped from I who is retired. Misses Gladys and Almamae Judge Malnes. We wish the young
Miami, against six the previous Parmenter attended the show at couple much ,
-- ------- ---- happiness.
season. Forty-four cars of potatoesand the state farm Sunday night.
Owen Kirke and Julian Dtklej
POISON IVY REMEDIESAND LEVER MAKES PLEA lightning caused 9 1-2 percent:
t.Ijtl t. that
34 of cabbage were also ship We are all sorry to report had as guests Sunday, Dun
PREVENTIVES ARE railroads 9 almost -
r y HOUSEWIVES ped during the past season. FOR COOPERATION ; campers Mr. Harley McRae lost everythingby
HINTS TO SIMPLE AND EFFECTIVE 8 percent; a little less than ,. Dukes, Cecil Drawdy, Robbie Par.
During' the 1928-29 season 117cars fire one day last week.
AMONG FARMERS 4 percent were traced to lumber rich, Resale Carleton and Ilowar
4 Wenbly from Home Demonstration of mixed vegetables were ship- Misses Lois and Rosa Moore, Mr. Gainey.
Specialist, Tallahassee ped Into Miami, against 90 duringthe There are ways to cure as wellas -rr-- ing operations; miscellaneous T. J. Moore and son, Cornelius:: attended Dana Dukes and Owen Dtkk
A plea for unstinted and wholehearted accounted for 9
? 1929-30 season, and 45: for the prevent the itchy blisters causedby causes percent: church in Brooker Sunday. were business visitors to Wortl
cooperation among farmers and the causes of the remainingfires
poison ivy-sometimes called
past season. Carter the of
Mr. was guest
Roy .
poison sumac, and poison oak- was made in a recent radio address (11 per cent) could not bt<; I ington Saturday.Mr.
PERSIMMON! RECIPES and related plants, says Dr. W. B. over WRUF by A. F. Lever, traced. Miss Loroae Green Saturday night. and Mrs. R Dukes are v'*
v We are all to report that Ing his mother, Mrs. W. D.
TilE MASTER FARMER TIsdale plant pathologist with the former congressman from South sorry I
Miss Eva Underhill is on the sick and sister, Mrs. M. P. Dekle.
Persimmon Duke CREED, A OOOD ONE Florida Experiment Station. Carolina and no with the Federal ,
Use 1 cup of persimmon pulp, FOR AGRICULTURE Farm Board. Mr. Lever was attending list this! week, and hope she will Mr. B. F Gainey was atten-,
butter size One of the best remedies knownis WRUF FARM PROGRAM"The soon recover. to business in Lake Butler Thurs
1.2 cup of sugar, 1 egg, the annual conference of
ot walnut 1 cup flour, 1 teaspoon (By Spuds Johnson.) described by Dr. J. F. Couch In Florida county and home demon Voice of Florida"I day of last week.
s of baking powder 1-2 teaspoon of the October Scientific Monthly. It stration agents. He Is coauthorof I Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Green are the Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Williamson!
ode.. In a number of states throughout Is based upon the principle of oxidizing the Smith-Lever Act which proud parents of a 11 pound son were visitors here Wednesday
r'' Bake 40 minutes in a moderate the South and Middle West, the the poison in the blisters. made federal funds available for Continuing a series of farm radio born, Wednesday September 30. Mrs. Ida Dekle visited Mr. and

it oven. For a soft pudding leave practice of selecting "master farm- The blisters should be broken witha county agent work 17 years ago. talks about making a living at Mr. Jack Grlftls and Roy Carter Mrs.. P. P. Dekle Tuesday an

t n } out the eggs. For a custard leave ers" each year Is followed by farm sterile needle and treated with a Discussing the present depression .home, College of Agriculture were visitors to Jacksonville Fri Wednesday.
out the flour and the baking pow papers with the cooperation of the 5 percent solution of potassium as world wide and affecting workers will speak over state radio day.Mrs. .

der. agricultural extension services. permanganate every Industry, he said that many station WRUF Monday and Fridayof Luke and daughters, Eva Orlando-Total of $3,311,9
a 1, ''I'1 Preserved Persimmon Pulp About a dozen of these "master A good preventative measure, Industries were hit harder than next week. They will speak I and Ruby and Mr. Owen Rhoden, pent; by Orange county on 11
rot ; Place equal 'amounts of persimmon farmers" are selected in each state explained by Dr. Couch, is to bathe agriculture "The causes for this during the Florida: Farm Hour were the guests of her eon, Henry 'roads, which have been taken Ink
,) pulp and sugar in glass or each year. the hands and arms in a 10 per depression are involved in a hun which Is broadcast from noon to Monds of Lawtey Sunday. state highway system.

? earthenware jar or in coated sanitary Recently I read a "master farmer cent solution of copperas before dred factors, and the remedies suggested 12:45: Eastern Standard Time, We are sorry to know that Mrs.
r+ cans. (Never use cans of uncoated -' creed" which seems to be a cent solution of cooperaa before are almost as numerous," each week day. Cora Jones is on .the sick list this
4 tins for persimmons.) Mix pretty good one for farmers in any going Into the woods. If one has I I he declared. "The danger to agriculture The! schedule for the week follows week. COFFINS & CASKETSAnd
in contact with
thoroughly and set In a cool, light state. I quote it here. come Ivy promptand lies in the natural tendencyof : Mr. Bacom Williams of Avon Line atUndertakers'
I place. Stir occasionally until the "I believe In the dignity, the importance thorough washing of the soap the human race to embrace panaceas Sat., Oct. 17-Florida Farm Park, was visiting friends and relatives a Full

+ air la removed and seal with paraffin and the future of agriculture may prevent trouble. If irritation: when distress is upon us. News and Hints. U. S. Farm Science here last week. !! Supplies
begins it tends to
or waxed paper. The cans may ; that farming is entitled to be only There is no safety in any plan or Snapshots. Miss Edna Davis and Isham Da-
{ be keated over a slow fire. Just as remunerative as other occupations spread it and make it go deeper.It program having for its objectivethe Mon., Oct. 19--Growing Feeds I via have been spending several AUTOMOBILB IIE.IRSB
enough to drive out the air, and ; that farm life in its fullnessIs should be treated at once. ultimate betterment of agriculture for Livestock-H. G. Clayton. More 'days in Jacksonville with their Always on llmi l. The bed
should be scaled at once. the richest life; and that the White sumac, or thunderwood, is which is not predicated upon Than One Cash Crop-W. E. grandmother, but returned home a merles nt thO' l lowed prii'M.BperUI .
'' Preserved Whole I'enlmmonllPIIt safety of my state and my nation closely related to poison Ivy, but sound, fundemental economics. Stokes. Building Our Soils.-Dr. few days ago. Httrnllnn .to trlrarna

a thin layer of sugar In the depends upon a sound and prosperous I persons are not as likely to come "Governments, state and national O. C. Bryan. Mrs. T. J. Moore of Heilbronn orser.nacorsruner.D '
in contact with it. It E"nU'IIF.I:
bottom of a jar, then a layer of I agrlcultuhe with contented grows mostly can do and are doing much in Tues., Oct. 20.-Cutworms on spent last week in Jacksonvillewith
;'ir,, whole ripe persimmons, then a layer ;people living In comfortable and In in dense hammocks and a rather the direction of undertaking to'''Vegetable Crops and Borers in hter brother, Lewis Rauler- DEWITT C. JONES
tall: bush. 'I'
<< of sugar, and so on until the jar spiring homes. e I guide agriculture into safe waters Peach Trees--J. R. Watson. Farm son.We MTARKR. Fl.Ollllt
ia full. The sugar will soon dls- "I, therefore believe that it is and to restrain it from followingfalse Question Box. are all very sorry to know
r' I' solve and form a sirup. Press the my duty to do all that I can, as an FARM WOMAN EARNS MONEY leadership and will-of-the- i Wed., Oct. 21 Planning to Get that Mr. Frank Morgan and family

upper fruits down under the sirup Individual in cooperation with my FOR HOME IMPROVEMENT wisps." Winter EggNorman R. Mehr- .
or add more sirup to the jars. Seal county agent and my fellow farmers He further urged wholehearted hof. Growing Herbaceous Perren- _
a and store until used. The sirup to protect and promote everything Over $1,150 has been added to support of the board snits effort to nlals John V. Watkins. Primerfor I I

I ; :way be drained off and the fruits I for the good of agricultureand the home improvement fund of carry out the fundamentals of policy Town Farmers. "
erred like dates, which they will farm life, asking for agriculture Mrs. G. W. Boles, Santa Rosa county and procedure laid down by the Thurs., Oct. 22-program by the Howdy
resemble in appearance and flavor. only that which is fair and farm woman, during the past 3 Agricultural Marketing Act of farmers and Health Department of
Persimmon Leather right and pledging myself to be years through the raising of turkeys 1829. "After all,.there is no helpso Taylor County.
Spread a thin layer of ripe per- guided by the principles of the Golden reports Miss Eleanor Barton, efficient aa self-help. Cooperative 'Frl., Oct. 23-The Value of Home

almmon pulp on waxed paper or Rule. home demonstration agent. Someof marketing organlaztions, Raised Livestock Products-Dr. J. YOUR CELEBRATION OUR
o* a large platter Dry in the this money Wad invested in two which are the real hope for a bet E. Turlington. Economical Feeds --- :

.ern. ia a fruit evaporator, or In brood sows, and they have added I ter agriculture and a richer and for Hogs-Dr. A. L. Shealy. Meats
the oven of a stove, leaving the SERIOUS PESTS MAYBE $300! more profit to the fund. With ,happier rural civilization\ cannot for the, Home-W. J. Sheely.
;,h 1' oven doors open. Remove the seeds. AIRPLANE SHIPMENTS this money Mrs. Boles has purchased ;help unless farmers themselves are APPRECIATION

Add another layer of pulp and repeat a 20-acre farm and built on it ,willing to organize such association Stuart-City street Improved.

until the leather is of a thick- Airplane shipment of fruit and a neat and conveniently arranged and to work In harmony with Brooksville Grade on intersection
nea a to handle easily. This may be home their fellows. The Farm Board Is
} vegetables presents a real menace of road No. 5 with road No. Marking Our First Anniversary Under the
diced or minced and used instead to growers, since dangerous pestsare working through the cooperatives. 15, two miles north of here, to be
i of raisins or citron in fruit cakes, ,The farmer must learn to think in rebuilt.
likely to be Imported, warns CATTLE TUBERCULOSIS Present Ownership and Management
cookie, or puddings. Dr. Wilmon Newell, state plant ERADICATION WORK I terms of cooperation. Mount Dora Blue Bird TeaRoom

Persimmon Cream commissioner.Just STARTED FLORIDA, I and Hotel opened by Mr. and this
Use 1 tablespoon gelatine, 2 egg To show our appreciation of the given
7 recently the Plant Board's I II Careless smokers were responsiblefor Mrs. Tom Yancey. patronage
'. yolk. 3-( cup cugar, 1 pt. milk, 1 more forest fires and greater Plant Construction of our
quarantine inspector at Jackson Work looking to the eradicationof City store during the past 12 months, we are offering
4 cup persimmon pulp, 2 tablespoons ville seized a package of guava bovine tuberculosis In Floridawas losses than any other cause last Plant City Cooperative Associa *"
lesson' juice. leaves enroute from Cuba to Chi started on October 1 by the year, says the U. S. Forest Ser tlon's strawberry loading and receiving customers something out of the ordinary-we are P
t Soak gelatine five minutes in one which infested with Stock Board vice. On protected areas, for building, completed. 10 abso-
cago was State Live Sanitary ing sacks of the famous Purina Feeds away
s cup milk. Add to remaining milk which reports are more complete, Pompano-New telephone building -
blackfly, green scale, Cardin'swhitefly and the Bureau of Animal Industryof
aid cook in double boiler until dis and coconut mealybugs. the United. States Department smokers caused 17,460 forest fires, nearing completion. luetely free on November 14th, at 4 p. m. Particularscan

solved Then add beaten yolks and "Blackfly, a relative of our com of Agriculture. The work is un- or more than 20 percent of all the Winter Park Florida Bank of be secured by calling at store asking for circular '
our or
Cook until slightly thicken fires
ugar. mon whitefly, Is a serious pest attacking der way in Monroe, Marlon, Alach- reported. In the last five Winter Park making Improve-
ed. When cool add persimmon some 200 different plantsIn ua, St. Johns, Flagler Volusia, years deliberate woods burningand ments to place of business. I ICreatvlew I matter covering this FREE OFFER.
L pulp and lemon juice and mold. Cuba, the Bahamas, and the and Putnam counties. Incendiarism has been responsible Dr. Webb completed

Canal Zone," he stated. "So severe While tubehculosis ia not as for 17 perecent of the fires; office building on Main street.

ANNUAL MEETING DABV I have been the losses resulting from prevalent among cattle of Florida careless or uncontrolled debris Winter Garden-Edgewater Hotel Come In Let us serve you-get our prices
ClUCKSSOCIATION TO the other states these def- burning caused 12 1-2 percent: opened for season.
depredations of this pest that I ::1S In many before
buying elsewhere. Rock-bottom priceson
DE HELD IN ORLANDO the U. S. Department of Agriculture nlte plans for the eradication of
at the suggestion of the State the disease are similar to plans being those wonderful "Purina Chows"-Just t

The Florida will hold Baby Its annual Chick convention Association Into Plant India Board and, sent Malay an Peninsula entomologist for The followed counties In in other which states.the workIs STRAWBERRY PLANTSOwing think} lowest ever in the history of Ralston

at Orlando October 19 and 20, the purpose of collecting natural being conducted have been quarantined II Purina Co., Inc., with a recent celebration of
according to an announcement just enemies and introducing them into and all cattle entering the
made by Dr. D. C. Gllles. president. the infested groves in Cuba. This 'area will do so under the restric- to the dry-like conditions around Starke. I ,38 years.
A well rounded program forpoultrymen expedition was very successful and tions of the State Live Stock Sanitary and
It Lawtey, we are making very special prices on I
has been
Bureau of Animal
several enemies of the blackfly are Board and the
taduden talks by representatives of your wants in both Missionary and Blakemore ber-
now firmly established in Cuba and Industry.
the International Baby Chick Association I the Panama Canal Zone. ry plans. See our agents Brownlee Bros., Starke Bradford County Farmers Supply
Branch of
the Florida I "Green scale Is one of the many and G. W. of
l; the American Poultry Association! scale-Insects infesting plants In the My community ia the place Roberts Lawtey Fla., who will take II

h , leading poultrymen, and well, tropics. According to Information where my home is founded, where your order.

.,i kmown poultry specialists I supplied by entomologists and well my children were educated where Company
h.. ; The' program will begin at noon Informed travelers this scale would my Income Is earned where my You know Bauer plants of quality and we know

Monday, October 19, and the anneal be very troublesome If Introduced ; friends dwell and where my life how to ship your plants on time and give you real
'' @ banquet will be held at the Into the state." is chiefly lived. I have chosen it, service.'So' get busy at once and place order PHONE 151, STARKE, FLA., Nathan N. Prevatt, Mgr-
after due from your
that consideration
i.++ t f 9 Angebllt Hotel at 7 o'clock '
;s evening. among all the places on earth. It for what you may want. -0
c Damage caused by forest fires Is the home spot for me. Here at
+ i Federal meat inspectors have examined In .the United States last year' me live until death claims me. Then Information will also be available at our sub-dealer, &

r annually from 42 to 79 reached an estimated total of $69- let my neighbors say I was friendto J. BAUER D. Cheatham, Lawtey Florida.
iinfood animals and their car 068,350: not including damage to man. .Selected.Pecans ,

; owns during the past 25 years young growth wild life, watershed THE STRAWBERRY PLANT MAN Specializing in Fancy Groceries and Purina
October 1 marks the 23th anni- values, and other Intangible values should be allowed to ma-
Ten.ry of this service to the which could not be measured in ure fully before they are shaken

Cretan people. dollar and cent from the trees. ----::;-
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heaven. 20. For where two or three the Lord's day, live like brothers visiting Mr. and Mrs. Henry Deen our section. We all welcome them all their |ncra*.. '

b are gathered together In my name of our father. In short keep the Sunday afternoon. here. ja. K. PRRRYIfAOC fib

1t there Prayer am I in the midst of them. commandments tend our Father Those who attended Mr. and Mrs Susie Goodrich of Jackson- :. M. JOHNS Special Maeter. t
t I Dear will keep His covenant with us. Mrs Charles Hutchinson's weddingat ville, was visiting in our section. Solicitor for Complainant.
Shepherd of Thy chosen few Then shall lack s-u-ata5o
:i we no good thing. Mr. Conner's homo last Thurs- Mr. C. C. Johns and son B. M.
Thy former -- -
4DC Here to mercies now renew; Sunday school 10:00: a. m. day night from this section were: were in our section Friday. OTUH OP" APt't.irvrtow rm-- -
our waiting hearts pro- Morning service 11:00: a, m. T.*'" IMOICII: "
ard a lamp auto m1 feet, 2e at is auto mi path.-Ptalm 119105.h ; claim. Misses Myrtle Mamie Lou, and Notice In. hereby ,
CS given
1bi Evening service 7:30: p. m. Mildred Norman. Davenport-Work started on MrKvvr.\ holder of tax certificate tent W, '.

" lr religious teaching, doctrine orIt The sweetness of Thy saving name. Welcome to;everyone. Miss Willie May Newsom of construction of packing house for ha 9 0, Fourth rlnY'nf July, A. 1>. lU7!tin.,

'*I Ib Ito h ark of u creed, they" are to have any claim DAILY BIBLE UEADNGSOctober Heilbronn section was visiting Miss Holly Hill Citrus Growers Association. and* filed mnda wild application certificate for In tax nir<.office.. !
< to
Io aorta fit i. rt every fold end crevice 17 BAPTIST Carrie Belle Norman Inoue 'thereon In accordance with ,
the Jaua the i Thursday evening IanRaid
n a off Christ whose Magnify the Lord-Let all those InvernessFlorida Power Co., certificate' um"...,,,... ttie
7rt of whom it was Bald in John 7:46,"NEVER MAN that property ,
hlpmn and seek
heart, thee rejoice and be nted In tdtnrde
rtt.1 thee TSIS MAN" thee gladin Sunday school at 10 a. m. A. J. Mi' and :Mrs. D. L. Phillips attended erecting new building on Main t to-wlt: County "lorlen" t '
' LIKE : let such as love salvation
thy -
Thomas Supt. We greatly enjoyed street.
LtVU church
at Long Branch Sun "* In N'ortheunt
Bradford and Union counties are Invited to uiFB e this tle- say continually: Thy Lord the address to our school and to Hollywood-Movement launchedby Suihca. quarter of Sfoatawewt corner of

E.r of activities. organization d announceur be magnified.-Psalm 46: 10. day.Woodlawn ({\Feet also heirlnnlnir I 61
tment news vend only the congregation: from Dr. Solo- school has suspendedfor citizens for construction of $80- or Northeast yard
made the corner of South-
charge -
freely Ill no requirement October 18 000 office here. went quarter, of
mono editor of our "Florida Baptist post building 8nutheat
eta a week on account of measles. Quarter !
olllce before
reach this Wednesday morning, Our run Went
such Items Testimony I have preached Ida yard, South
Witness. Punta Gorda Plaza Theatre installing 44*
that .
cannot be handled for current Issue. We hope they will all be back in l'Ja..t lOa yard, North .4, ,t
....l.n they righteousness In the great con- Worship at 11.a. m. and 7:30: p. school soon. new sound equipment at yardn to beginning In Section 2. '7f
gregation: lo, I have not refrained Townhlp 7, South Itaime H tit
m. Morning subject, Bibllcial There will be church at Heil cost of $10,000. containing' III Kant;
"I I ISUNDy sar, saying that there Is another my lips 0 Lord, thou knewest.- acme .tlThe
Plan of Extending the Gospel. bronn Saturday night and Sunday.' Plant City-Plant City Public HXHVHHment of said' property
SCHOOL I king, one Jesus. The real cause Psalm 40: 9. under t the unlit certificate l ;
Midweek Service Wednesday at, There will be church first Service Co., changed name to Tampa In the name of J J. was
I IyoK of the persecutions of the disciplesof October 19 every \
rot LESSON 7:30: m. Electrlo Co.Quickly. .
II p. Saturday and Sunday and also 3rd deemedcaceordhRlftoalawt, re
Christ was always that Chris A teabe
t I Mighty Arm-Thou hast a will Inane ..."
tianity caused changes in the Jewish mighty arm: strong la! thy hand WELFARE SOCIETY Saturday night and. Sunday.EVERGREEN-. November thereon A, !>. 1031.on the Kth dAY of zU

OCTOBER 18, 1931 I religion and really destroyed and high Is thy right hard Justice I D.Hated 19.11. thin lath day of October, A. ,'

8to much of its formality In a few and
Judgment are the habitation of i O. W.
Paul A meeting of the Starke Wel- AI.nF tMAM '
ln Thessalonlca, instances it Interfered with the private throne (Seal.) Clerk of
ubject: thy ; mercy and truth shall fare Association will bo held at the Drndford: : Circuit Court.

ott I Bcrea. business of certain people go before thy face.-Psalm 89: 13, St. Marks rectory Friday after I M.... K. A. flakier. Cor. lO-It-St-ll-ll. County, Florida.:
The Roman government would 14. '
*tf "Open thou mines noon at 4 o'clock. Members are -
Idea have taken little notice of those October 20 OK tPIM.H-tTIOM 1TOR '
that I may behold wondrous things but If the Jews could chargethe A Great School Master-O God urged to attend this meeting as Mr and Mrs. Hardy Kane and Notice la TAt "":.:1)
mek out of thy law.: Psalm 119: matters of importance will be preY P. Thomnx hereby given that Edna
two children of DeLeon ,
up with Springs .
disciples teaching or practicing thou hast taught me from m sented. 'No. 1.17. dayf of certificate
UitU doctrines against the Ro youth; and hitherto have I darter spent the week-end here with Mrs.Kane's 1937, ha. filed nald July .A U..
17 1 5-11 1 the kindness of editor certificate
Text: Acts : ; Through our r r office and In my
on laws the of the parents Mr. and Mrs. Ker made ?T
man or dignity emperor ed thy wondrous works.-Psalm deed. application for tax:
have to
7-12. Mr. Robinson, we now (Issue thereon
esa 2: then the Roman Government 71 17. with lnw. In accordance Prl
W of Lesson: 51 and 52 A. D. : membership cards and are hopingto sey.Mr. the Huiil certificate 11mb........
ImO and Mrs. Cohen Peele
werevisitors .
would act. "And when they had October 21 IrnwJ l .
kntroJuctlon: Thessalonlca, sltu- enlarge our membership through' uated xdtorlcounty 1 .
atto taken of and of the to Starke Saturday. b*
security Jason in to-wlt
Hope God-Why art thou cast, I' 4i
northwestern limit of the sale of these cards at $1 each
.J at the other they let them go." If Paul down, 0 my soul T And why art and this Mr and Mrs. Ellen Redding of Livingston f.ote 1 S or Knut half of Ploch 53, ;m''
Sea was an Import Buy one help support Tr-ibv
c Aegean and Silas had continued theirI thou dloqulted within me? Hope the state farm were visiting his t x dlvlHlon of Northeast ft. CompanyHub. .
center. A Jewish work In town. ,
our quarter of :
ituu commercial was there and Paul Poled preaching at Thessalonica mighthave thou in God: for I shall yet praise Mrs. Raymond President. I mother Mrs. H. F. Redding Saturday shlr Northeast. < Hoiitn. .Cheerier, Kanire..WoTown.= . v
agogue I caused a forfeiture of the evening. Bleaches The. ..
of the him who is the health of my con- of .."
offering theecald
custom :
under ,
his bond of Jason and the other tenance and J. Q. Rosie r was a visitor to certificate iseueq: was
God. Psalm 42
to his own countrymen first my : TRAIN SCHEDULE! Muddy Skins In the name of Sent. TlNon. ..,;
spel Starke
Saturday. .
friends so "The brethren turned 11. Un I. ". said certificate
the cities where he labored. ButIn lately sent Paul and Silas by Mrs. J. S. Rosier spent Saturday Dull vanish deemed. accordlnir to law.Khali be re
h cities while some Jews away October 22 Effective Sunday August 9th ,ordinary appearances will (MMiie thereon tax deed It
other unto Berea afternoon with her daughter, blemishes and defective features of on the 1.1. day
nlgth a city fifty aa November'
and trains will H.
a the converts Glorious Praise Make changes lt.1t.
the most of a Joyful Dnteil 12th
!lleved, miles southwest of Tessalonica. Mrs. Willie Reddish. are forgotten under the hire of the thle day of
d re from the Gentiles. It Is not noise unto God all the earth: Sing run as follows: John Reynolds of Gainesville bewitching beauty Instantly ren D. 1931. October, A. K,

n rtaln how long Paul and Silas The Bereans "were more noblethan forth the glory of his name: Make No. 107. southbound due Starke, spent Thursday night of last week dered. Beneficial lit correcting (Seal!) OClerkAofnCircuitNourt

byg d Timothy remained In Tesaalilca. those in Tessalonica In that his praise glorious.-Psalm 66: 1, 10:40: a. m. with his sister, Mrs. Scheme Ros tan, flabbiness, freckle, wrinkles, 10-U-tt-lt-ia. County Klorldu.
> The modern name of thisy they received the word with all 2. No. 1, southbound due Starke,

la Salonlca. The allies used itt readiness of mind and searched the 10:35: p. m. ier.Mr. OOURAUO'SWhM r'3 v,
and Mrs. J. D. Peele spent M"'Tlen'lI'
station during the scriptures daily whether those SAXTON No. 108 northbound due Starke, Hereby c
military OR1ENT4l
itg afternoon with B. E. Rosier
Sunday and by vltrue of:.t that certain under
so" An honest thor
were 5:39
half the things : m.
}rid war. About one city Preaching every first and third p. and mother. decree of forecloaura final
investigation of the scrip No. 2 northbound due CREAM Long : made: by A. V.
fire ough Starke Judge I'm
is accidentally destroyed by Sundays at 3 p. m., by Rev. W. B. I twenty-elxth! Ilao Vln for the
1917 but It still has a popula- tures is always profitable. In those Christy of Lawtey Methodist 8:10: a. *. Fleefe and. ........ (hedeeNOTION judicial. circuit of Flor-

m of about 100000. Berea, to days they had only a few copies of church. m.Wanneo BranchNo. I 14th Florida, In Chancery .Hit'II n.L.. county.on the 1"

k tjth the disciples went from the Old Testament, but now we Preaching services on second and I 101 leaves Starke 7 a. m. ZIFF I :In favor day of of September Joseph A. D., 19JI, 1,9,
h have' access to both the Old andNew No. 102 arrives 2:40: m. Of APPLICATION FOR llgnldatur for Wllnon aa ;
and p.
insalonlca, was a large aunt Bradford :
fourth Sunday at 11 o'clock by I.Hla M. I.wla> Cur TAX UF.ICI I hank, a County
t city of Macedonia but it wast Testaments. Rev. Sellers of Jacksonville and T. J. Griffin Agent. Notion )la hereby given. that J. S. and analnit corporation M. J. a. oornplalnana, i
Paul and Silas left Theo munlee I holder of tax certificate No. Ureen Urea and Jnnle '
After his
t so much a commercial center tried t<)singing in the afternoon at 3:00: 107, 6th Jay ot August, A. U. 1(129( ae d..fendnnt wife.. and Willie llhotlen.
id therefore was not so good a salonica the jealous Jews o'cloc. Everybody Closing of Malls Ml' P. W. Lewis of Jacksonville hay filed said certificate In my officeI.. The Halil Hpeclal Mauler ,

lot for the work of Paul and destroy what they bad done and invited Train No. 107 south 10:20: a. m. spent several days of last week in and I litHue, made thereon application In accordantwith for tax floor for sots In In front of the courthouee, will. offer kv

llaa In spreading the gospel.At to create the impression that the ME'rIlODISTPrayer Train No. 108 north, 5:20: p. m. this section with his parents Mr. law. "Huiil certificate emtiiucea ho legal hnur Htarke. of,mile Florida. ,, during tha ,ad
r of last les- missionaries were seeking their Night malls close 6 p. m following described property Hunt A. Two between eleven.
close Sunday's P.
the and I Mrs. J. W. Lewis. .1oJ"I" M.
and Christian progress nil In Hr. "ford county; Florida, to- the ; dny of ; .ol. Monday ,
rn the apostles departed from own gain. Two or three years later hand In hand. "The Blmle Is Starke & Bell Branch: Mrs. Delatha Starling and children i wits to the hlirnent November and I). IOaI,
while preaching at Corinth Paul go Mail closes 7 a. m. Lot 43 Wonillnwn. Section 11, "&..,,. the bent bidder for fr;
0 lesson
and followlnir ,
today's begins
tilllppl < several l '
of ""
God's prayer book"-the world's Alachua spent Township 6. "Mouth, Itanve 2J Want. erty nltimtnd )
Now when they had passed thru wrote a letter to the church at supremo book of prayers. Prayer Mail arrives 2:40: p. m. days of last week here with her The aiieeeHment of ualil' propertyunder : Klorlda: I to-wlti In llradfonl county, .
( Thessalonlca part of which letter the said certificate Imiueil. wan The y
a Hniitheaxt
mphlpolls and ApoUonla, they J. B. Thom quarter
conditions it accompanies It. is Interwoven parents, Mr. and Mrs. In the name of Haniuel Clark nest quarter cf North-
1 me to Thessalonlca, where was a is in the lesson today. But we were Its teture Blue Bus Schedule as. Unless said certificate hull bo 1'- 7 {earn lil East of Section and 21. Township
throughout : nice
of the Jews. Paul and gentle as a nurse Northbound: 8:01: a. m., 1:21: p. deemed accnrdtnir to law tax deed xt iuurt, of the Southw : -
among you.ven
W. and Northwest
ynagogue and Mrs. J. Lewis
permeates it like air or sunshine. Mr. will hectic thereon on tin 9th day of of ", ,,.,lIon 23 quarter
iilas preached in that synagogue cherlsheth her children :so: being Without the Bible our very technique m., 4:15: p. m., 8:21 p. m., 5.00: a. children spent last Sunday after November.tale A. It. 19.11.:; flange' 22 Ennt contalnlnir Townehlp-in South )
desirous of we LAted Hth day of October A, acres more ie,. all 16
r three Sabbaths. affectionately you or 1
of prayer were wanting; m.Southbound noon at Graham with their daughter D. 1VM
r "Opening and alleging thatrlBt were willing to have Imparted un- : 9:34: a. m., 11:34: a. and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs O. W AMIKUMAN, .1. r.. rRAZtOn .
must needs have suffered to you not the gospel of God only without it our supreme examplesof m., 4:34: p. m., 7:34: p. m., 12:47: a. (Seal) Clerk Circuit Court J0. M. John Special' .......,
victorious prayer would fall us; I. W. Dyal. Tlradford County, Florida. Hnllcltnr for Itti
risen again from the dead; and but also our own souls, because ye without it the whole argument and Tickets and Information at !oIl'. and Mrs. R. B. Thomas and 10-B-Gt-lt-l. lO-l-Ot-10.90. Complalnaat.

t this Jesus, whom I preachto were dear unto us. For labouring encouragement for praying men Smith's Service Station, next to daughter, Miss Hazel. spent Sat- M",,'rlCl&'" HAI.W -- t

you, la Christ. And some of night and day because we would and women would be lacking. The courthouse. urday In Gainesville on business.Mr. Hereby flol Ie'" In Klven under and In Circuit NOTK'H

t1II believed and consorted with. not be chargeable unto any of you Bible as a vehicle of the gospel a Ward of Lake Butler, was by virtue of. that certain final decree Florida. In Chancery.Court Uradford County,

ud Silas; and of the devout we preached unto you the gospel of brings to light the inner messageof attending to business In our sec Long,of Judge fnrecioeure fro rJ-oov: mail by, of A.the V. r... V, Flu maComplainant.. qtr

reeks I great multitude, and of God. As ye know how we exhorted of last week. Kill Judicial : Florida In
1 prayer which Is power. The Bible 'WOODLAWN' tion one day and for Dradfnrd / Josephine
enuntyn Chancery
chief women not a few." In the and comforted and charged ev may bring the knowledge of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Thomas and Slttlngon the 28th day of Heptfttntiffr A. Marcotte, et at
rf.ItJan assemblies these women ery one of you as a father doth (Myrtle Norman, Cor.) I A. 1>. 1031. In favor of Jonnph t IJefendanta.
Christ to individ- of Jacksonville, spent Sunday appearing- .
I a pleope or as sons, K, WIlHon an liquidator I for Bradford the "; " In
ound much freer to his children. That ye would walk hank : above etateif cauew .II tthattJoe.
opportunity uals; but if there is no appropriation here with Mr. Thomas' parents. County a corporation, complainant Marcotte -

preee their opinions and acquire worthy of God who hath called" of prayer power there is no Mrs. L. R. Denmark and children Miss Rhoda Thomas and Mrs. df, and..ndant avalnut, the W.iimlomlffn M. KJwardH Marcotte defendnnta, her himband and two Oeorare of tee A. !j

nowledge of the religion taught. I you into his kingdom of glory. life, no movement. One has said Misses Myrtle and Mamie Lou Nor- Cooper of Jacksonville were vis- a* Special rnantml will offer for sole oaUMo, are In the above entitled

But the Jews which believedot that it is important that we know man were the guests of Mr and iting In our section Sunday.Mr. at or near, M. the 1'Mwariln farm of Snulhweet the defsnd of: of FI"rldland non-reeldente the enlii of Jonephlne the mate 'p.

moved with envy took untoem WEEKLY 8EKMONETTE the gospel; but far more Importantthat Mrs. O. J. Phillips Wednesday Cecil Thomas Elbert Bell irk': Florida, during; the legal I A.are Marcotte each ronldente. and Oeorye A. ACarootta

certain lewd fellows of thepaser The Power of Prayer we pray the gospel. Only as S. Phillips of this section was visit- Miss Alice Silcox and Gladys of hours eleven of M., "elw.and Two*u the 1-.. M.hour on bona Mequlna.(
sort and gathered a corny we pray does the gospel go for Ing Heilbronn school Friday.Mr. Crawford all of Starke were visiting Monday, the 2nil day of Nuvemher. over the Cuba and that they are each. ,

and led all the city on an up- Matthew 18:18: 19, 20. Verily I ward. Its victories have been and Mrs. Odem Denmark of in our section last Sunday. A bMiler. I 1). lim 1>for, tn each the the lilKlivnt following unit' beet daMurlbfld age age of twenty-one yuare ef

II >ear, and assaulted the house of say unto you. Whatsoever ye shall wrought by prayer-Its gains-Its Jacksonville were visiting Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Johns and personal property or NO defetnl anttrr. ordered.. tMareutt.
won and sought to bring them bind earth shall be bound in Mrs. L. R. Denmark and of the last much or such part an thu nul. on defeats-its losses are due to a Saturday children Starke spent Master In able ti> Innate. and I ore r.tiutreattto be anil they f'
nit to the people. And they drew I heaven; and whatsoever ye shall lack of prayer. Sunda)'. of last week here with relatives. corral situate lit. liradford County the bill hereby nf \ appear '

'mil> and certain: brethren unto I loose on earth shall be loosed in Our stored up wealth of power Mr. and Mrs. Dalton Carter and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis and Florida Sixty' ,head to-wlti t of Block rattle marked "..".. name complaint being' for thud the I, forecloa In held* ry

li J8 rulers of the city: crying These heaven. 19. Again I say unto you. and command over our common Sons Melvin and ''Morris Mr, and children spent Sunday at Midway crop undwiult In on. ear and swallow tnu fore nf Monday note and mortKave on or be. u.

hat have turned the world upsideown That if two of you shall agree on enemies can be released and made Mrs. Oscar Carter and son Junior I with their daughter and son-In branded fork with undviblt. .l letters In M the] A other W"1', ber A. I IOIII the, otherwlKa 2nd:: dny of tha Novem alleKatli -

are come: hither also whom earth as touching any thing that useful through the "capture of the attended church .at Long Branch law, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Dennl on. forty r with Hll their In"r""... A Ion eonfeNMfd"na of hy said the bill will Im take a,. -

118011 hath received; and these all they shall ask, it shall ba done for churches first rapture of prayer. Sunday.Mr. I. Mr. and Mrs. Tim Mann and .wallowfork head of stock ant cattle underult marked In' I 1C In further ..:irdd7 that thin ,orlor -

o contrary to the decrees: of Cae- them of my father which is in Let us attend divine worship on I and Mrs. H.: & Norman were family of Brooker have moved to one ear and f1tr l In the :other ear (fcmr be published once a weekfor. .

________ ___n .-----. -._ _- _. _- _- _ ......-_ -__.._.-- -- .. -- .. .-- branded .with letter X, lo..ther with ford ooimecutlve County! ')....I..r"nh' v.weeks.. a!In ft the-___Urn__*__, r

I 'THE MAIN THING ON MAIN STREET" .; By L. F. Van Zelmf [ < puhlUheil Title deptsmbnr In ...Id U. W.HOth" .r"r Ar.lJP.HUAN.A.and: I). I&U.I.. a

fflV" Clerk CrcuUC.:, rt. 4t
l''1 .1 3B ';I'ic- .\ 10-a-Solicitor for Complainant r

!1 I U..Z 01"" I"QIi" Jl" t-l0-0. ,

MAIN STBEET'SfflPE 0 oywklNnbd I bAeNeUv6R' IVOTK'K

/S AND SaE STABLE In Circuit (Court Twenty-Hlitb Ju i'
TRU4TwORTNYI p.. S ..,.0 dicial Circuit In and fur llrailforel
flu!! 64tAVE
County, Stale! of
r Florida. In Caejicery. ;

FIRE/I (; SAY-p0 HOTEL t d 11 Ir Z I _-.,._ The A Federal Corporation. Land, Complainant.Hank nf (' i.j.

If THIRSTY \t rn z -- W. N. LnDu, Widower ., a I.
TeItYJE'0 A 605M / ,' Defendant. 'p
SPRIMd Dntt'T wsSP '+ It appearing; by affidavit append
I ed
to the bill' ,
DepEv Diu'DUll C .._ __ - filed In the above
,TOo4Il TOwN BEnT..f SHOOT \t .. :: stated cause that the realdenea of
DUMB) nl. T>040T WED' HAVE YET, f ,\ r, defendant W. N. LwDue, widower. on. of tha
I \ therein '
SOME I 1 r t j known named I* un. (
I VOOT KMl AQ'NG 'rs Ladua and that defendant W. N.
,kE widower I. over the a** of
YA+1 nnQEI1CHn twenty-one yearn; It t.
A" IIE I ; dared therefore or
tdSSED; wre LAST MIGHT. s a ( ) I. hereby that required laid defendant to be and ha
I appear to tha ,
bill I
bopty SLAMMED of complaint I filed In Bald cauee. t
ROCk: 1 aama being for
r ; foreclaeura of
I 1Hflu THE ) note and mortgage,
HOTEL+ W'I'tDO'III-' : on or before*
Monday, the 2nd day of
MISSED' T A. D., It4l.
JOT.fcuT[ STBUCKE (rtC lions of aid. otherwlne ulll will be the alte**..
a* ;
UMP, ICTTIH TME. oora**. by acid defendant.
PARLOR / I* further ordered
CURTAINS OH FIPE. __"'a _, (OH F'weAVENSl4 M' order four b* published once a thai week this for

I.- ..esllol!! !! SArngc As, S.-.. TM'AKSS Ifwt2itat-, atat.paper Bradford uonnecutlcve publleheu County In Teleirraph eald week countyThi a In aeire-sad the f A e

September Seth, 111.

-DOROTHY DARNIT By.-Charies.- MantfJ Id.. t11 Cleric. -. ALDHRMAM Citrcult Conrt. :

Solicitor' for Complainant. x



,S HE wAs FEET /N A WEEK, CO.r MY oN \ OlUL THAT ,. .-'> andebybvirtue of that riven certain thai ae fled*r
UP IN MOW oho p DID IT .. decree of foreclosure made and ....
tJltD (
HEiOCCCED 1415 FEET PAPA HAD TO tried: by A. Z. A it nine: Juda-e" for 16*
DAD SHnPE r-wenty-Hlxth! Judicial Circuit.
? of
ALL RIGNT SelL 'lorlda." In and fur Hrailford County

AUTOMOo.LE r.TO 20thidayiof. ptember Ago .
N n195
J' P"'t.T ar. In favor of Joeeph W. Wilson? .1 fill- '
uldutor for liradford. County
- a uurporatlon, a* complainant a.d
; -- against l>. C. Jonen and Ada
7 -- t- ::- Jones, hie wife, a. defendant V.
0"Jii ) rt = cC' : for The. I said' Hpeclal Mauler, will offer
;==-' ZGz eale In front of the courthouse
.Y In JMarke.. Florida, during the
hour of sale between tea
liuure of Eleven A. M and Two P.
M. on Monday the 2nd day of No-
rember. A. !>. 111. to the highest'
.i and lowing beat bidder for cash tbe fol-
deecrlbed property
In Bradford County Florida,situated to-wlt. +
f Ixita One (1). Three (CI), "'IY.f)
and ,tleven (7> of Block Two. <(<)>. b
Origin '
Town f)f Stark.. ' !1. K. PFJRRTMAN.
.46- a Special U_....
- .. & c"c4ll\ Solicitor for Complainant
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k ering counties to protect their investments 1. C.: n's right-- -'"
f ; kIi. Bradford County Telegraph in roads the on that oVer th tit
i i by limiting NEW RIVER GRAHAM globe that Is I
From oil
Other case. the
Pens I ITo use of them to vehicles over a certain _
i. ; I Established 1877 weight. If road 13 fa a county MlM K.-le S.... Cor. Miss Oslo MM .Ith, Oar.H Austin: Jettie if you

I; road and not a state road, as John any wish you cad

Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class tore fat with speed, tap a Mathews claims, then the county Among those who were transacting Graves-Smith you wish for r lea'YORKTOVNCOMMEM0nm wtt: IIJettle

i ;' i Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida hornet's nest with a short stick. commissioners should levy a toll business in Starke Saturdaywere Mr. Olin Graves and Miss Onie : (very qUickly).
lI4 I ' Starke Telegraph. Yeah I But we on every bus and truck operatingfor Mrs. J. L. Johns and daughter Mae Smith were united In marriageOct. teacher. A

'i prefer to keep on cuttin' out the hire out of Duval county. Duval Essie. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley 6, 1931. The bride
E. S. Matthews ____________________ Owner and Publisher being 17
; t i fats: and doing our bit of ordinary county has a toll bridge) on a state Johns Mr. and Mrs. Alton Moody, years of age and the groom 22. ---

I J. C. Robinson _____.._.".. ___.____________ Managing Editor exercise.-Bronson Journal. highway. Bradford can follow her Messrs. Jay Moody and Howard Rev. Taylor of Hampton performed
i I1 -- --- example,-Bradford County Tele Thomas, D. W. Kelley and Hermie the wedding ceremony. They !\

I { ' SUBSCRIPTION RATE Tho Starke Telegraph says that graph. Yes; and Gulf county could Kelley, Rev. C. C. Butler. I left early Saturday morning to STAMP- .
!little boys talk more than little "mop up" in the toll "racket". We Mrs. S. C. Crews has been on make their home at Windemere. Postmaster "
? r Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance girts. The Telegraph evidently have a long stretch of Scenic high the sick list for several. weeks. We ed the arrival Young has ann 0Iit

Advertising Rates on Application meant to. say "young" for we have way which would bring in quite a all wish her a speedy recovery. Re>"nol Jn-Strlcklund of Yorktown of a limited '
:: seen!' some "llttlo" girls who could sum. If the Supreme Court decides :Mr. and Mrs. Bill Richardson of Mr. Roy Reynolds and Miss Nellie la the Commemor8Stamps .

and did talk a blue streak for against the gas tax: laws as Glen St. Mary were visiting her Strickland were united in mar. tlon. to two cent den

hours.-Wcwahltchka Breeze. Cor passed Gulf county certainly parents Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Crews riago Oct. 6, 1931. The bride was dred and commemorate the on:
''t .1 : Circus season on deck. 13 of and the fiftieth
rect. would not be required to help pay Sunday afternoon. years age groom 20 the Battle annlve r'''
u----- --0Just for flan and game law administration Little Miss Vera Butler has years. Rev. Smith of Graham per- Tho of Yorktown)
' ; P in other counties from license formed the ceremony. They will stamp is rectflOguar
Attend the football game today. to remind candidates-we been on the sick list for several shape 0.89 ]
; have free money collected in this county. to she make their home with Mr. Reynold's" by 146 InChe ,
no space.-Starka Tele days, but we are glad menslons. It
9, ; i I -o- feet graph. The aforesaid Candidates! Much will depend on the decisionof ii improving rapidly.Mr. mother here. We wish them ors the Is printed m JJ1%

; ; ; Frog legs placed Wauchula on i its bhoultl know that its costs to publish the Supreme Court on the gas Norman Wiggins who has a very much happiness. and the three background being ; '

o a newspaper and that their tax question, Mr. l\Iathews.-We- position in Jacksonville, spent the M., and Mrs. L. D. Easterling tho central portraits! Ob1pOll
' ' l'1' You seldom hear of a hungry farmer. aspirations have nothing: to do with wahitchka Breeze. week-end at home with relatives left Saturday morning for Wlnde horizontal line acr-m In n"stack! It

the income or outgo of the business .. -o- and friends. mere where they will work In the stamp are top or
words .
n office unless they "kick in" prop- WnUF sign up Mi' and Mrs. R. R. Andrews this season. Postage" in small ,, o..lwa), gh,

iki :! Onions are tender hearted vegetables. erly.-Bronson Journal. (Palatka Dally News..) wen*.visiting her mother Mrs. Del- Among those who attended the ters. Directly below whit P.onall i! .
o --n- la 'Thomas at Sampson City Sun- services at the Christian church ribbon )n *,'
Of more than passing interestto panel in rod! loitering
t Sun heat in Florida is cheaper than steam heat in the Bradford county farmer grew the newspapers of Florida is the day.Rev. were Rev. Daugherty of Starke, word "Yorktown' (111 the JL tin, i
iii three ears of corn, one blue, one announcement from Gainesvillethat Hemingway will fill his reg. M*. and Mrs. O. P. Wadsworth of with the dates on either !
north. !red and one white. Something funny ular appointment at New River i Hampton,. Miss Muriel Johnson of at the left and "193]' side rill:
fit on January 1, 1932 state-own 1n the
1 i ; IL y -----0- about corn any wlly.-Tlmes-i ed radio station WRUF will begin Baptist church Sunday at 11:00: Hampton, Mr. and Mrs. Frank At the base of the stamp la ?
Union. after it o'clock. Everybody invited to at I Hanley of Louise, Mr and Mrs. Joe lit
Eapeclally gets panel
' for the coming year-The people's can- the broadcasting of Columbia chain curled scrolls
The joke deluxe at <01'\\
w properly distilled and aged. But program. While the announcementwas tend. Green of Lake Butler and lots of end Is the word 'Cents m te

k didate. the funniest part of It Is what a brief, It may be Inferred that B. 1'. P. U. Meet others faced Roman on a solid bul
r'e' fellow will do when he has partaken these programs are to be jupportaj The B. Y. P. U. Federation met Miss Leola Fogg of Brooker ground. In each lower corner It
than of it after the aforesaid pro- by advertising and that WRUF with the New River B. Y. P. U. spent the week-end with her par- small panel with narrow
a Nature provided a better rattlesnake canner any ents Mr and Mrs. C. white
'1 dq cesses.-Bronson Journal. will come In for a cut. Sunday afternoon, October 11, with der and scrolled top Is the
.' 11 ::. human can devise. -0- a very good attendance. A peanut boiling was given at oral! "2" la white Roman
f It was to prevent Just what is on a IOl
the home) of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. background.
Congressman Langford of Geor- Impending-the entry of the state The following program was rendered Johnson Friday night. A large Extending acroat t

+. Palmetto News says airplane accidents keep them in a gia told an audience recently thatin into the advertising game in com- 2:30: Devotional-Mr. Nor crowd was' there All reported a with center white of the stamp are three m
: m., and
p. red
his state they don't call them petition with the press, the bill- nice time. inner J
state of terra firma. flappers any more. "We call 'em boards and ,other advertising man Wiggins. borders containing, in order, '
Those who attended church at
0- he 3 p. m., Welcome address-Rev. I ginning at the left, the
bungalow girls, said adding agencies-that1'Senator Johns introduced Hampton Sunday night from here of ports

'i ti Up with the chickens or out with a chicken have entirely bas that her a bungalow head girl front is one who a bill In the last legisla- Hemingway.3-09: p. m., Business meeting was were Mr. Billy :McEver, Mrs. Ches- De Grasse Rochambeau, the names, Washington u]
t shingled, paint. ture seeking to prevent such unjust appearing
ley Fogg) Miss Leecy Fogg, Miss
different meanings.Old ed and Starke held by the President, Mr. Roy red lettering on white ribbon i
no upper story.- competition. Just what was
Neal. and Zada Era Smith. Miss Thelma Wynn, els at the base
Miss of
Secretary, the
Wonder he would ovals.
o- Telegraph. what the fate of that bill Is not known, Miss Pearl Johnson and Miss
call the modern cake eater?- although It either failed to receive Mae Tenley. During the meeting a The Yorktown stamp will |
Man Prosperity must have been sent out with a Bronson Journal. support sufficient to secure Its enactment New secretary was elected, which Frances Murrhee. be placed on sale October 19,193:
was Miss Lillian Kelley. Miss Tenly Miss Novella King of Hampton, at the postoffices in Yorktowgland vJ
stamp. --
"postage or was side-tricked thru
with Miss
r TalksA resigned on account of going awayto spent Thursday night Wethersfleld, Conn Then
: 0r an understanding that WRUF Gertie Johnson.
r frog and a duck and a lamb anda would attend to its knitting and school. stamp will be available (for |(p
A state highway patrol with radio equipped. cars would skunk not go out for a class of support to 3:20: p. m., Song-Congregation. week-end Miss Mattie with Norman her parents spent of the the chase at other post offices (Oc

it be a valuable ally of WRUF. AH went to the movies one night, which It is not entitled. 3:23: p. m, "The Highest Expression Vanderbilt section.Mr. 20 1931.
of Christian Living"-Mr. R General delivery service '
The frog had a back, the fm<<
'' o duck had bill Whether or not WRUF has the R. Andrews. ahd Mrs. Ezekiel Dryden, handling of ordinary mail can,

Local stores: should buy as much of their produce from So both were admitted a at sight. authority to enter the commercial 3:30: p. m., A splendid talk was Mr. Clyde Strickland, Mr. Lem will be provided for visitors tot)
field is mooted. The issue will ] Parrish and Mra. Ed Parrish and Yorktown
given by Mr. Leroy Tenly. Sesquicentennial Cbratlon
Tha lamb had four quarters, so he
home growers as can be secured. probably be settled court little nephew, DeWltt, went to
was let In, by action 3:40: p. m., Special music by Wa to be held at Yorttc..
S o But the little skunk couldn't as Florida newspapers would : teroak and Corinth B. Y. P. U'& Plant City Saturday. Va., during the period Octoberto l
their poor hardly stand by and bid for business -i 3:55 The of Mi1 and Mrs. Carl Jones, Mr. 19, 1S31. The service win "
<, Ambulance owners seem to enjoy putting up phone make It, i : p. m. Necessity
against a state-owned Institution John Ward Mrs. Anne Ward and
Christian to Christian conducted in pottj
For he possessed but a Training temporary
number on the worst curves to be found naught
which they help support I Mr. Amonds Marlow have returned -
scent, and the Living-Rev. M. D. Jackson. quarters to be provided on thectlt
man. through the payment of taxes. If after spending a few days in i
o With his hand to his nose wouldn't i 4:25: p. m., Song-Congregation. bration grounds, as an ex tens
1' Apopka Chief defines the three ruling powers of this take It.-Apopka Chief. WRUF Is to forget that It was : 4:30: p. m., Awards of banners: Nichols with H. B. Autman. of the Yorktown, Va., posted:
and created as a unit of the public : Corinth received both the efficiency There will be services at the Bap- Mall intended for such dellvi
country as the pulpit petticoats. -0---
press The state county, city district educational system, as the voice of and the attendance banners. tist church Sunday morning at 11 should be addressed( to "Ge

-- o and road taxes in Florida amountto the University of Florida, it needsto The B. Y. P. U's. that were represented o'clock. Everyone Is ,Invited. and Delivery, Celebration Groun

t: Approaching hunting season means many good dogs will $147,000,000 annually. The an be reminded of Its real mission. were: Pine Grove, Cor also Sunday cchool at the Christian Yorktown Va."
" Public ownership even of such I f)inth, Raiford, Wateroak and New church at 3 o'clock. Everyonecome.
change owners through the pick-up process. nual tax bill is practically one- general used utilities as railroadshas I[ .
1' fourth of the state's assessed valuations River. We were glad to see so .
o yet the most valuable never been popular in this commonwealth , many from each place. We hope to A chicken pilau: was gWen! at Palmetto .- Simmon I G.

Pity every business could not be run on the chautauqua property personal property virtually : It It is to become the see more at the next Federation, Mi' J, A. J. McKinney's Friday Store moved to new quarters.

; plan-everything guaranteed and no losses. escapes taxation. The an- vogue then"every agency that I which will be at Corinth church. night In honor of Miss Carrie McKinney Winter Garden W B. Taifl
nual sales of $90,000,000 worth of serves any considerable number of : it being her birthday. ersley and O. C. Wheetley I Ins
0I' Floridians must be Included. It Winter Garden William Berk-
School Jokes ed In Grimes buildltj
luxuries alone, is more than the bakery
Avery Powell thinks the only time a man can laugh these assessed value of all personal prop- the state is to subsidize the radio, owitz opened Williams DepartmentStore. Mr. Brown: smell candy; whoIs Jacksonville WIlliams Droll

days is when he finds his wife going through his pockets. erty in Florida, and it Is capableof it There should is also subsidize the press. 1 it eating in school.J. Ing Co., submitted low bid 01!1.
paying a sales tax of at least no good reason why one Bonlfay-K. M. Schneider opened B. Strickland: Yes, sir, Mr. 981 for construction of six milij

i'' 0 10 per cent. That is one of several Industry should be picked out and I, department store in this city. Brown it's me but It's rotten pea- of levees and dredge a canal, i
Delray Beach Hammer says there will be no genuine reasons why our real estate penalized. Panama City-F. M. Nelson nuts In It. May I get a drink of part of Federal Government'i $Jj'

i, prosperity in any community where it is cheaper to rent than taxes are confUcatory.-Okeecho -0- erecting warehouse adjoining water?/' I 000,000 flood control program
bee News Buick Auto display room. Calvin: : Where is China? :Lake Okeechobee area.
to homes.
own Spend That Dollar Bill
o -
J. Tom Watson whom some "I shot an arrow into the air and -- -- a: ,:-- ---
When a candidate planks down some money when he recall as the .
may represenative it fell to the earth,: I know not 1e
he is going to there is chance he to from the I
says run, a means go Hlllaborough during leg where," was aline that I learned

go through with it islature started a campaign to pre in the good old days, which I now I,! ,......." .
vent the purchase of new textbooks
am going to
paraphrase. "I'll spend
1' o for the schools next year as the Dollar Bill.
,' Gasoline prices may be high, and gas taxes still higher, required by law. He has asked though they are crying I do hard not times care,I

but the government reports an increase in its use for the first Gvernor Carlton to devise some everywhere." I jest got a dollar

eight months of this year. means to put off the purchase for for a box o' fruit and I'm spendin'that .,. ..,. .
at least two It's funny that
years. dollar for
a new union suit, '.
o Watson didn't think of that when 'made in .. ,
up Rockford Illinois, the
1 The green fruit law must have some effective teeth in it he waa here. He had plenty of man who made It has home little '", :' ..'"

at last as we have been unable to get the usual supply of time>> to attempt to blacken the boys, that need new shoes. He
character of of the state's fore
one takes the dollar and sends it down
green oranges from peddlers. most citizens and officials bucked for a pair o' shoes made by Hamil

pf everything that the governor attempted ton Brown, down to St. Louis. The

f Perry News discovers a new disease called "bridge joined a filibuster that shoemaker sends it away down in
coat several thousands of dollars,
Maine where
l they can up the fish
shins"contracted by husbands sitting across from the wife had a fist fight with one of the both fancy and plain. The fisherman

u and forgetting the trump suit. small county representatives, caused thinks that an arrow he'll

0-- i a check: of the state owned automobiles toss, and shoots her clean to Wisconsin

i Total political matter received to date 47 total : tried to change the to Oshkosh B'Goah, for a
pages ;
banking laws of the state and sent stout pair of overalls that he's been
i i. cash received $0,OO ; total number of pages consigned to various committees of the house on needln' in his salty old work of

wastebasket, 46 ; used as news 1 page. fishing expeditions. But he forgot wadln and weedln. Now up in II ,e.akth ,, r
about the school books.-Tallahassee Wisconsin they don't raise any k j ,

0- Dally Democrat. prunes, though they raise plenty h ,

The Kissimmee Valley Gazette announced its fortieth corn and peas (Early Junes). So .
birthday last week, and we're beginning to think Florida is a The Highlands County Pilot the woman that worked on the Ii r.O .
comes along with the novel suggestion Oshkosh pajamas and stitched
state full of old and idea ,
age young newspapers. .
instead '
that of
, d the dollar to Oregon for
-- the law providing for a change In prunes I'll be switched. And the

Cheap goods! look better on the pages of mail order catalogs text books the governor appoint a'' prune grower couldn't run his old

j; than they do on counters open for inspection, and that commission composed of men truck into town till he took that :
known to be opposed to any changein old dollar and sent it way down,
makes it easier for the m. o. h. to get the easy money. the books. The proper person- to Oklahoma to buy gasoline,

o_- nel on that commission) ," says the where they make It all colors from

& In the news of the day we see where a man by the name Pilot, "would bring In a report to shell pink to green. And the feller i
the governor's cabinet, recommending that drilled down for oil
of Fears will run for sheriff, and a noted golfer will marry a : the present list of books. The and so far, sent the buck so off deep to GIVE YOURSELF RAISE

_ girl by the name of Hush. But the man will probably get his : governor's cabinet would adopt the Tampa for some fine seegars. The

man after he's elected and the girl will probably talk on the' report-aa it should. And the public girl who rolled 'em.-the cigars I

'1 links. ( would be saved millions of dollars mean was wlahln' for pork meat AT this time, your boss may not be in a position to give you a raise. Then
sought by the 'school trust' cooked with
up greens so spent why not give
which is yourself one? It isn't hard to do. Just systematize your
.-o rapidly sucking the life- that old dollar at the green groc I
Marianna Floridan says there are seventeen different calendars blood out of the public's ability to er's store and the grocer that day i financial program. Open a savings account, and make regular weekly de.
pay. Then let the next legislatureget needed vegetables galore he posits of what afford.
i in use in India. lithe movement to change the cal- so you can You won't miss it. And before Ion.t? you
out of the business of regulating got off a wire ordering vegetables will have income
an outside
endar in this country is successful, we'll have two in this nature and provide that textbooks :from me, which I quickly delivered, of your earnings. You will be well along then

civilized nation. be changed only when thereIs :and what did I see, when the grocer toward financial ind penctene. Many moderate-salaried men get ahead this

o something to change." But Gilbert man paid me out o' the UU. way and become the greater salaried men to tomorrow. Start today at this
doesn't the state superintendent 'right there in my hand was my I reliable bank.BANK.
i e: Quincy theatre had a small blaze in its operating room I have a large part In naming old friend, DOLLAR BILL.-Seb-

F4 last week. The accident was blamed on the intense heat but the sub-commission and Isn't he ring News.

i. h5 ?' i' movie goers might be interested in knowing it was a Paramount responsible Strom school for book failure bill to pass of ?the- OF
i production "My Past." Ocala Star. Daytona Beach-City to Install

0 --o-- fire alarm boxes on local streets.

plai unable to If the supreme court holds the Leesburg-Mi-Grocery to move
Tallahassee Democrat' 1s to persons understand ROLL OF HONOR
gas tax division unconstitutional larger quarters in Condrey block. BANKE.
c why Hoover could feed the Belgians during the Governor Carlton should call an extra Miami Beach New buildings -S.:

''b war and cannot feed Americans in these times of peace that session solely for passing a erected on Washington avenue for MATTHEWS, Pres. R. j. DAVIS, Cashier

the Hoover that was in Belguim was directed by a Democratic general sales tax, reducing the Florida Power Ligbt Co., and Safety Deposit Boxes Provide Safetya"OIllElODT
; gasoline tax to three cent for use City Bank of Miami, Beach, com-
administration1' of road department, and empow- pleted.

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