Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: October 23, 1931
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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IMISSIONERS 1 RECEIVE I BIG SANCTION MAJORITIES RACESIN CONG. GREEN( ; American Auxiliary Legion In Session And COUNTY SCHOOL FINANCES I




i, ROLL FOR 1931 TAX YEAR I Miami. Fla.EVERY-, Oct 21.CASE-Eigh ATTENDS STATE Gainesville Gainesville, Deo. 19.-More Sundai thai I ARE ARRANGED BY BOARD I


horse and dog racing tracks along I 100 officers and members of the :

and thirty-one, has been duly recorded the Florida Gold Coast and one dog CANAL MEETINf] Amelrcan assembled Legion and Leglou Auxiliary *-! ther purpose of paying any _and aU \I''
here at
rho board of couaty commU on page 316 of the minute track In the northern part of the< yesterday To finance operation of count; legitimate expenses Incurred In operating 1
Hotel Thomas for the annual fall
ers of Bradford county Floi of the board of County Commla atate have full sanction of count schools until funds provided for the schools of said BraeS.tl/,!
met in a call meeting on MOB: sioners in and for the county aforesaid ; I conference of the second district of: by the last legislature are available ford county. The said county 'J'

I October 19th. 1931. with all < as required by Section 934 electorates to operate under tbe< Believed United Effort Will See Canal Florida. Jack Rountree, Lake City, ( the school board met Tuesday; board of public Instruction hereby ,

mbers, present as follows: :J. ILlernul .. Compiled General Laws of Florid provisions of Florida's 1931 law Built Across North vice-commander of the district pre In special session and complete certified and recites that aU acts '

\ chairman; J. M. Roslei, (Section 728 of the Revised General legalizing: racing and parl-mutue FloridaCongressman sided: over the session. arrangements for borrowing $30,. conditions and things required to 'rk!!

Crews, G. W. Hlnson and I R. Statutes of lor Ida.) wagering systems. Visitors gathered for luncheon 000 from the Atlantic Nation* exist, happen and be performed ,

steen.e Given under my hand and se'Ll Three of the horse tracks and R. A. Green, of it 12:30: o'clock, after which bust lank of Jacksonville, under au precedent to and in the Issuance of .1

meetlng-was called for the of office this 19th day of October, three dog tracks led by Joseph E., Starke, who represent the 2nd dls, ness sessions of both the Login thorlty granted school boards bthe ; this note, do exist, have happened "

[pose of receiving and accepting A. D. 1931.lONicial Widener's Hialeah Park, are in the trict in congress was one of the I Tid Auxiliary continued until 3:3: ( legislature. This loan was mad and been performed in regular and

tax roll for the year A. DHe ., Seal.) O. W. Alderman, Miami area. They gained land deeply intereste partles attending o'clock.! Available Immediately and teacher: the form time and manner, as required -- \

1- Clerk of the Circuit Court in and slldo support in a county referendum the Chamber Commerce luncheon Fred D. Bryant, Legionnaire and 'tave received their salary check by law, and that the amount ,

( tax assessor of Bradford for the County of Bradford. election yesterday in spite of held In Jacksonville! Friday: city attorney, welcomed the guest 'n full. i lof this note, together with all other ,

[nty, Florida presented the tax: There being no further business: the fact that two of the hors October 16. Relative to the acrosi s 'n behalf of the city while Jesse Schools of the state will not be indebtedness of said county, W.

icssment roll for the year. A. tII. the board WAS adjojurned until the tracks have not been built. state canal and other Important Oavls, local commander, welcomed 'ng to receive the new revenue pro board of public instruction, does i

covering the real estate and first Monday in November, A. D. A horse track and a dog track I In matters he said, "With this deep them for Halsley Lynch post and .Idcd for them until early in 1932: not exceed any limitation Imposed .J.

nlll property of Bradford 1931 that being the regular time Palm, Beach county, close: to the: interest our Florida people are nov Mrs B. W. McCreary greeted members 'nd this short time loan was soourod either by the constitution or the )-

inty.Uter. for meeting.; haunts of the wealthy at the Pain taking in the construction of the of the Auxiliary in behalf of; for meeting obligations until state of Florida. .

cpnslderation, and Inspec G. W. Alderman, Clerk Coach winter colony, were approved proposed canal across North Florida the local Auxiliary :tato funds are available. The fol The Board of Public Instruction, :tt!>

n by the board of county com for operation, as was a dog racIng I believe our United efforts will :Mtsa Henrietta Evans of this owing resolution was passed by; for the County of Bradford. ":

loners, the same was accepted track at Orange Park, in Clay; bring the actual construction of the city rendered several vocal selccLion. he board at its meeting Tuesday: State of Florida. ,

was ordered that one copy b'warded > THOMASEDISONPASSESSUNDA I county, eight miles south of Jade' canal. She was accompanied bj; Whereas, it is necessary for the H. D. MAY, *{]

to the state comptroller, sonvllle. "In 1927. It was my privilege to Miss Tad Goodwin, also of this city, ')oard of public instruction for the Its Chairman. V jf

I copy given to the county tBX obtain passage of an act for the Howard Rowton, Palatka, FlorIda ounty of Bradford, state of FlorIda By A. :J. CRIFFIS, .V,

lector and one copy filed wIt, ? preliminary examination of the department adjutant, ranking to borrow for the purpose of County Superintendent Public I

clerk of the circuit court. I Teachers Will\ proposed canal. At the last session officer at the session yesterday, paying outstanding warrants Is- Instruction of Bradford County :k:

,-he asscHsment roll shows the of congress, at a further conference stressed membership campaigns as ::ued by said county board of pub Florida, and Secretary of said the ,;,
amounts assessed: with General Lytle Brown, \ means of developing and .10 instruction, and for the furthe: Board of Public Instruction for the '
owing West N. J. Oct. 18.-
Orange,
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otal valuation, $1, I8,182.00. Thomas Alva Edison died Chief of U. S. Engineers, we de itrengthenlng the organization and purpose of paying any and all legitimate County of Bradford. State of Flor- ,

otal county tax, $32.640.16. before dawn today at peacefully the Meet Nov. 2nc cided to call for a further author xctivltles of individual posts. expenses Incurred in operat 1 Ida. Wi

otal state tax, $7,188.64. Hilltop estate where he labored to ization In the matter. I prepared .Joo Cheney, Jacksonville, department :ng the schools of Bradford county:
tax and Introduced the bill, the substance finance officer, gave ;
.Sub-school 19138. maintenance give millions.light work and recreation tc Bradford County Teacher's Association of which 'was ,Included It highlights of the recent national andWhereas, said board is authorizid B. H. S. MEETS HI 1!

ponded sub-schools, $7,699.11. The 84-year-old Inventor, who will meet at the Bradf ore the Rivers and Harbors! Bill of the convention held in Detroit. lIe and empowered to borrow i s.urn
maintenance, last congress. Under this author- nld that It was a mistaken idea not exceeding eighty per centf
load and bridge County High School building. Monday -
at end die
in the
90.91. lay not deep wish to a coma live, Dr. Hubert, S November Second from 2 to'4 I atlon. General Brown agreed thai I 'hat the Legion voted wet. lIe. > the amount of revenue reason- SPRINGS TODAYThe :

d and bridge Interest Stag < realized p. m. : tho actual physical survey of the belated that the organization xbly to be expected to be received
when he
Howe disclosed
fund, $22,77273.Wowing Following Is the program: I proposed canal could; and would be I merely approved a nationwide ref rom the state of Florida from the l
his was improb-
are copies of accep I complete recovery Opening Song America the I made, If the" preliminary examination rendum. In his estimation, the Bounty school fund, under the B. If. 8. Tornadoes will play
warrants able.His warranted same. I am very: action of the Legion is going tc .arms of the act entitled "An act
ice and : wife and six children, close Beautiful. I' the 111gb Springs eleven on the
hopeful .that General Brown will make it even more popular with uthorizlng the county boards oi:
of Florida Devotional-Rev. O. H.
e State In attendance during the last Lowry. home field here today. This will
C. A. Knight of the eleven weeks sickness High School Section :icccpt the facts which are now bo- :-he public. public Instruction of the several be the fourth year that the Tornadoes

i Collector of County of Brad stages had been told by Mr. Edison: How Best to Develop Character: Ing so ably submitted by lorlda Mr Cheney stated the action ot Bounties of the state of Florida to have played High Springs.

ord: his work finished. He In High School Pupils-Mrs. T. :J,. people and other Interested parties! the Legion In not asking for a borow money; providing a rate ol: The first year under Coach Ray 1

foil are hereby commanded to that was world he Alderman. :is: sufficient and proceed with the bonus next session of congress will nterest, and limiting the amountf the Tornadoes played In 111gb
the
would rather leave ,
ect out of the real estate and burden them with the Question and discussion. actual physlcial survey. It Is my be a big factor In acquiring more I such money to be borrowed atJo Springs and were defeated 00 to 0.
rsonal property, and from eacl said, than and illness. Elementary Section opinion that we will be able to obtain new members as the Legion has per cent of the estimated revenue The second year under Conch Ihrlg '

the person or corporation smed < disabilities or age of the morning How Eest to Develop Character: any further legislation, If same demonstrated that it Is not mer accruing," which became effective on their home field the Tornadoes

in the annexed roll, the tax. In the quiet Park early estate a In Elementary Grade Pupils.-Mrs.Jessio should be necessary." cenary. September 1st, 10311; and bed( them to only one) touchdown,
Kt down in each roll opposite. on the Llewellyn Edison's Wilson. When asked about the propound Joe Chittenden, Tallahassee, Whereas, the estimate of all rev the score being fl to 0 In favor of
ch name, corporation or parco formal: notice of Mr. passIng Questions and discussion. activities of the next congress he :Dtate service officer urged members nuo to be received from said High Springs. Last season under

land therein described, and iipa was brought to newspapermen Primary Section said, "Frankly it. Is doubtful that and officers to work out plansto :source has been approved by the their present coach, they were defeated

taxes so Imposed are not paid by Arthur L. Walsh'vl?epreslrentof Industries, How Best to Develop Characterin much comprehensive new legislation expedite securing of disabled :state superintendent of public In- by the score of 18 to 0. The

the time prescribed by law, you Thomas A. Edison Primary Grade Pupils Mlsa will be enacted by the next veteran's claims. lIe pointed out otructlon of the state of Florida; locals hive never won a gain from

and congress, owing l 2., ,b.e fact that that the system now in use takes and has
t to collect the same by levy Inc.Pale shaken :Mr Pearl' Johnson. High Springs,and never even .
and visibly alignment in the house and senate considerable time to receive Whereas, no money has been borrowed
ot the goods and chattels, line! Questions and discussion. r scored against them In the three M
ui tenements so assessed 01On Walsh walked down a tree : aro so evenly divided. I believe claims. ,_ under the provisions of said years of competition but we feelV,!

perso nor corporation sct path from the home to press headquarters tho: Democrats will, and should Di. W. E. Gable of the veterans act for previous fiscal years, and sure that the Tornadoes will give. ::1-

ed: and all sums collected for in the Edison garage tread DUCK! SEASON NOV. strive to retain every political advantage hospital in Lake City urged varIous .ho( sum herein provided to be borrowed them a good fight today. 1\

state taxes yoir are to pay tc the bulletin: 20 TO DECEMBER that we now hive, because post officials to advise dll,- Is lens than 80 per cent of The team will be in good' shape :.

state treasurer at such tim "Thomas: Alva Edison quietly 3 It Is so apparent that we will electi led veterans under their jurlsdlc jaid estimated! revenue; for the game. The absence of Mc, ?(!-

any be required by law, and at passed away at 24 minutes after From noon of November 20th to president and the majority of the tion of their disability privileges Resolved, that the board of pubic Millan at left guard will be noticed: ",

IBm time you are to pay tc a. m., Oct. 18, 1931." (Signed.) Dr sundown of December 10th is the house and senate in 1932. The under recent new laws. Instruction for the county of but Ivan Hazon has been doing 1$)

legally qualified: depository al Hubert S. Howe. season In Florida for ducks trend throughout the country Is decidedly Ulan Louise Cone, High Springs, Bradford, state of Florida, borrow good work In the practices this J(
Almost Instantly the message open Democratic. The people are enior Vice-President of the Florida from tho Atlantic National Bankif
collected for taxes, week and will probably be on the '
county under the
brant and coots
and ?f
girdled the globe by telephone geese white and of the of thirty <'
ct school taxes aDd other spates mended federal regulations. Tho Jemandlng a change In the rurilliry: vice-president Jacksonville sum starting line up. A
; and you are further re telegraph systems which were part of Game and house, and are going to have It, :Jio district presided over the meet- thousand dollars (30000.00), said Sternberg and Cox will probably' :
Florida
red to miko all collections or of the industries valued at $15,000 Fresh Water Department Fish will cooperate Dapcclally if Governor Franklin 'ng of the auxiliary at which activities loan to bear interest at the rate of alternate from end and half back, S:

- efore the first Monday In April, 000.000 to which Mr. Edison contributed with the :federal authorities in enforcing Roosevelt is nominate: He Is the for the winter formed a Devon per centum ((7)) per annum while Matheny and Mast will at- >o''

on or before the first Monday major inventions. the observance of the outstanding choice cf Democracy, major topic. and to be payable on or before ternate at right tackle and left ;,

July you will make a final re- While the clicking instruments 'uul: i la Democracy's best bet. Heivlll March 1, 1932; half. Sternberg Is making a great t'
first hortened season.The :
to and settlement with the still were transmitting the of Florida seem I firmly believe, be nominated ttlCATH GEORGE ANDEUSON Further resolved, that said showing In the backfield, as he F
" news of Mr. Edison's death there sportsmen lie is to --- loan shall be repaid to said The ;
superior
" and commlaben. :and elected. no accounted for the the first touch'if ,
pptroller county reduced
satisfied with the Friends of Anderson were '
to be George
form '
in the
came from his family McAdoo but, Mr. Atlantic National Bonk, of Jack-
t
scrimmage
I C"-Secretnry down and 07 yards from -
some dissatisfaction hocked to learn of his death athis ,:'
to theoftasked leason although
of a statement, their answer McAdoo's nomination not be jonvlUe out of the first receipts byho II
may
:
In. last ,
under seal Friday's
and game
! piven my hand whether the inventor has been expressed as to the horn in the Woodlawn section for
the 19th day of October in the question and closing dates. Had ibtainable. it 8:30: Sunday. Mr. Ander- board of public Instruction The High Spring team will be
beliefs :opening p.-m
his religious of
changed "With some 7 million unemployed the county of Bradford, state and with '
(i.
j A. D., 1931. in good condition also
:tie season: been made thirty days Ion had resided in this! community
death. school
before country, all kind of unemployment Florida, from the county it
in our their trick plays and aerial attack ;
E W. Hayes, statement read: later it woull have afforded better !?:r. a number of years, and was
wraor of Taxes, Bradford county The asked ihooting. In fact, at the request of relief measures will eLI In high esteem by every on.who :und; they will keep the Tornadoes on :;"
has been .t
,
"The question offered this session. However, it Further resolved, that revenues halfbacks ,'
Ito of Florida 30 their toes at all times. The -
Bradford county the state knew him. He good ;
was a
whether Mr. Edison changed his religious i number of sportsmen, occurs to me that if the present administration .mil moneys to be received by the Crawford and Warren are f;.!
ersonaly appeared before me, the husband and
that and
commissioner asked lather a conlecrated -
views before death. Members rune would expedite construction board of public instruction for the i
II. broken-field who will
Hayes, assessor! of taxes foi: to December 15 Christian, belonging to good ruuners
this be changed
state icason
of the Edison family authorized of Bradford state of
ord of already county nave to be watched. The probable It.'
county, who, being duly the of- church. ,
15. However, Evergreen Baptist Flor-I
is difficult question to answer because jo January much of the present dn from the state tit FlorH- '
M, a projects that lino will be.
the assessment up ..
lays above did Sf Anderson had friends
: of the widespread misunderstanding iclal3: of the Biological Survey listrcsa would be relieved. A gen-I / many ..he county school fund, to the exent C. U. S. Position III Pnira.. t'Sternberg 4
contains a true statement and make this section for to know himvon
, advisable to any n ,
actually jot deem it said loan
cnption of what his beliefs >ral federal sales tax probably will necessary to repay fU'' Stephena VjJ!
of all persons and were. Mr. Edison cannot be said: :'urther changes. to proposed but frankly, I am oPposed to love him. He was a good bo and the same ber.,..y am ........U"U RT Clarke F.WlIlIom"J .
erty in the above oi at time to as- &Iatheny
county the sportsmen I
attributedto Wo feel sure that lelghbok, ready any Nationalank
word to have changed views to this because it would add to said The Atlantic R'J Dorsey ,1
subject to taxation ol will realize that the surrey list any one needing assistance
f Florida
Ie to : him which he never held. ) iddltlonal bureni oa those who .; of Jacksonville; Tyson C Long :.;
be assessed therein and an honest hat he was able to render.
making:
i the "He never was an atheist. Tho officials are ire already unable to buy the neleasltlas Further resolved, that the chairman ,lazcn IfWaldron Ir!
valuation thereof, so fai to do what they feel Islecesoary Mr. Anderson was 47 years: old board
orthodox ttempt
:
to no and of this
he subscribed of life. If it becomes nec- secretary LT
navis
[toy were made by him, are Just could for the protection of the 'n leaves to mourn his departure, authorized COllar:1
creed, no one who knew him : ,scary to r"iue: additional: funds for oJ>y and they are hereby Inman, J. LII :
correct and "
so far as he has been and that .ill wife. Mrs. Jessie Anderson, J"I
duck supply
doubted his belief In a reverence -'lepleted federal transury, then Income iml Inutructed to execute and da- '
to have I ha nobln on. L. IfQ"l Dampier :
and two
ascertain. discriminate -, children, boys )
seven
for a supreme Intelligence, !.hero is no intent to 'in4 itkheritini-tt tar.cs In the upper InS ,Ivor to said The AtUuitlo National I Mttst LU Warren 'pCO
E. W. I state. his mother four brothers,
Hayes other rlrla ,
:nty Assessor and his whole life" in which the ''gainst Florida or any rackets ishouU! be raised. Million- .;ink:, of Jacksonville, a promlnory -, )( fl'! Crawford ..r.noblnson.
of Brad- nd five slaters.Tha
county. Taxes, Ideals of 'honest living service to a many of the states the season in '!rca and llltunaire corporations remains were laid to rest In note of this board, evidencing 2!,. 10"1] McCall ,
his fellow man was predominant: ;loses: before the season opens better afford to pay a higher : aid loan upon the terms herein .- t '
Corn to and t'i An ')) at 10:30 a. m Tues- I 1
subscribed before doubtful that yl cemetery
faithfully be followed florlda pod It Is net Income than the ,rovlJed, and that said note be in
how their .
this the 19th day of Oct. A. D. Indicated commandments canon in any state will be exactly ,t:1: :: on weakened people c U1 la:17, October 20, 1931, Rev. C.roaby "orlD as follows: Achievement Day
those two plain
shooter' ".....1point. ready : officiating. Pallbearers For Clubs t.
from the 20 1031.On County
'all the law and the ultable the necessities of life. The Btarkc, Florida, October ,
clal SeaL) o. W. Alderman wherein 'lie I It should be kept In mind p:1Y: on farmers of the era Percy Starling, James Wain. or before March first, next ___. ''i./
of our
Clerk Circuit Court prophets. less drastic meas- burden wright, Laurie Carter, Lacy Par- Annual achievement day for thelH 't:
in hat the more or ten Board of Public In-
II asked If he believed States: can be greatly fter date the
louthern
of Floridaord "When the icnte.*, F B. Clark. Owen Carter clubs of Bradford county will -',
for purpose
answered briefly, irea were designel obtain the manu- ..ruction for the county of Bradford '
be nod if we can '
Immortality, :
[ County. the birds rather than anti W. II. Norman. to le held In Starke Saturday at the \,
>I r protecting fertilizer at Muscle State of Florida, promises '
of ''
knows. acture
I. the undersigned county 'no one of the r courthouse,, according: to Mis. ; <
convenience
nuwioners in and for the "A few days before he passed o' suit the ioal*. I should also like to see f Turing the eight years of try- ,.>ay to the order of the Atlantic !earl Jordan, home demonstration '.: i iigent
count sitting in his chair: tunters.iIAIUNG. nacted law to make more secure '! Republican administration I'tvo rational Dank of Jacksonville,
he was a 'ng l
Bradford, State of Florida. do away o I under the joint directors of, ; ,
suddenlY Conks. I be- thousand dollars $30,000),
by certify that we have care- enjoying a pleasant dream; [eposlts In National ( guarded the gate for them by ihlrty ;)kilns[ Jordan and Mr. L. T. Dyer., I

"Drained the foregoing as- opening his eyes and gazing ., PLANS FORDEMOCRAT ,leve this could be done. Tariff '.nBwerlnj every roll call of the it the Atlantic: National Dank of ;county agent.*. Exhibits will be on ::1'>',
"" roll upward into space, his face illuminated POW WOW rates on manufactured products 101110( "nd otherwise serving' them Jacksonville, for value received, 1 llsplay throughout the day. :'
of rep-
year. A. D. Nineteen said county Hundred for with a smile he said 'it Ivery I mould be greatly reduce: and Ifthe I (o the best of my ability. Now that .vlth Interest at the rate of seen I resenting the work accomplished t'i;.

Irty-one, and have beautiful over there.' Ipeokers Invited For Party Meet Democrats shoulj orginlze the Democratic victory Is so appar- 7)) per centum per annum after I<,luring the year bv girls and boys >.
d the original coin '"Had the great inventor climbed In., BlariannaMarianno text congress I sincerely trust I nt, my seniority will bring them, Iiope late \until paid. The moneys bor- ;naklng up the clubs. -'
and two copies the heights which lead into hat we will be able to revise such more effective service." .owed. ad evidenced by thU note, An Interesting has been 'J.

KLVequlre? : :! r of vtoemh
ourearthly the If be would be a I vacation heild Ait cf the first receipts of such
(wectlon 728, the veil which obstructs oittee on arrangements for When asked : and pleasant public Is cordially Invited to at.tend. i\ ]
,te3 of FlOrida Revised General vision? Who will answer?" I democratic conference to be beldhere andidate to succeed himself or for I Isome "All of my time, since the ad- .ounty board of public instruction The exhibits arranged by the ( ji

p 10 I be correct. ), and find the November 27 and 28 met this other office In the lId prilaries -| oumment of congress last spring, .rcrn tho county school fund, asroyldod tub members will be very Intere tIng .- C

J- 1... COMPLETES BUILDINGThe .reek and completed arrangements he replied. "Yes I shall ) 'fa tern epent: either In my \Vashngton .. by an act of the legUla-; and some Idea of the good work ; .i

C- Underbill '__ ..._nker>. Governor Carlton gain ask the people of 2nd district I office or In the district. Irve ure of the state of Florida, entltl- being' accomplished among the fuuro |!
W. } N. -- -
J. M. lifl5Ofl. frame building erected by '.V.wilt be-Y-----invited to make: the welcome to re elect me. It is true that some '. spent no time outside of the jJi: "An act authorizing: the county citizens of the county can be> Vilneil \

R- r, Rosier ,D: Walnwrlght on his lot opposite address. Benct Duncan U. of my friends have suggested that Washington office and outside of xjarclu ot public instruction of the by looking them over. *'

J- Csteen. the Courtesy Service Station has Fletcher has consented to preside., i run for the U. fl. Senate or for :Jia district. for any vacation be- .everal counties of the state of .- fl.
O. Crews, been completed and will be used I Other speakers from Florida! Governor. This confidence and esteem auae my constituents, many of Florida to borrow money; provtd- A CORRECTION

of Florid'County Commlutoners. by :Mr. Wainwright In handling pe- include John P. Is deeply appreciated by me. hem hive needed my service and I .ng a rate of interest, and limiting\ '

I Old !. eans from his grove. Part of the i. igreed of upon:Miami. Senator Pat However I am a candidate for realectlon "'j-.ve stayed with them. We have .ho amount of such money so to In the l lsaue of Oct Oth In the '"

Ii i hereby county: building has been arranged for ofrices. .Whitaker.tokes of Tampa John T. Alsop to congress from the 2nd : ;ten tie to place several veter- j. borrowed at 80 per cent of the 'rtlcle "Daugherty goes to MaylI.eld .;.

ceruty that the war- i Jacksonville, E. D. Lambright Jlstrlct. The people of my district ni on the payroll during the paste .unlimited revenue accruing." The Ky.' There was a mistake of .?
\ &ven under the hand of Eo C I )t to been able to borrowed evidenced by 200 additions to the Clamore Okla. t
i H, Clay Armstrong of have been kind and good me \/ months, and have moneys %
ii to c County A3U0V of Births : >f Tampa :Jefferson 13. Brown of :and I am profoundly grateful, andI bring some other relief to them. Jus note are to be used for the nurch. The reprint said there J|
i Pensacola
a 'h Kr1tCht, Tax: CoUec- Mr. and Mr* Wm. H. Norman. Wait and 'Senator Hays han in them an abiding faith FranklY In this service I derived purpose of paying outstanding ras 241 ,additions. The original f

I for t1e eel to the UBeMment Lawtey,' daughter Oct. 15th. Key of },[artaJIDa'and Colonel and believe that they will permit more happiness than an possible warrants of said county board of says there was 441 addition*" Wi: .<

7e A.county. D. of Bradford for Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jennings Oct.Green 21st.':'W.Lewis IL Tootcer of Jacksonville. me to represent them while long- vacation could have brought me." public instruction, and for the fur- m. Daugherty.; ',
DtneteeJi
Iwndnc1.IJJ 2ove Springs, daughter
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IT t 1 4 Aura 'I'wu BRADFORD COUNTY TELEORAPn BTARKE FLORIDA _ _ __ ._ FRIDAY. OCTonEet M.
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\ conaldrfrable task this winter has just announced planting of another Winter Park.
; after we boarded their ship and ted with half moons. have a -Comte
\ with packers 217,000 slips on a 20-acre Knowles
\I sank them to a tune of 33-0. We did raise a lot of poultry but keeping up pickers 'I' Memorial Chapel 1
: t south of Lake Worth. The tins u
and other laborers. The ripe tract College blLargo.C .
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the chickens ate It up. I progressing
BRADFORD COUNTY Coach Lovell is glad to have Her- Our chief occupation is playing berries are from stubble plants !company expects to ship about 8- Z. Baker
bert Stevens out for a guard posi football. We play five days out of which also have a number of I 000 crates of pineapples! from this !lard parlor! In Fogarty o bUlMI1i1.
! 'j : berries them. development Is:: the nest 12 months
i tion. Herbert has had two years the week and study two days out: blooms and small on Bay Drives
. .: I he said. New York firms having
l' : HIGH i
JOURNAL I high
I experience on a Georgia of the week. Arc1dia-ollrage
j,I''', I! ) ,',1: : I I school team and we feel sure that We dissect worms in our biology I Pompano B. L. Blggers and .contracted for the entire output of repair shop under bUUdlnr

;i {1 : he will be a great asset to the class. One day! I got mad with George L. Reeves arrived by airplane the 20 acresJacksonville_ comer ot Orange COl18truCUOllIIII

1 \ 1i[: r --i. 1-- team. my teacher and ntj two smooth! from Chicago and are planning I Shipments of noll1.! aVenue and]ht

I' __ _____.___ Editor m-Chief - ones and two woouones.. Don't to start immediately develop- : --
: LESTER P. ROBINSON! Florida fruits and vegetables for
of the old B. H. S. will .
Members -
j ar' rO> and kicking.If land
still of farm
{ j JII"I' \" . EVELYN STUMP ______________... Assistant! Editor miss Charley Hemingway FridayIn worry I'm :: write ment of 1046 acres the 1930-31 season exceeded those -
this me with
' ; I LOUISE EDWARDS -_____________._ Literary Editor the Well here's hoping you don't get near Pompano. The group I of any previous season by more
I t'' lineup. and let e e know and I will send which Mr. Blggers is associate! : ex-
'j I .... Editor I i1Jeautitles
" : I s ; }; ". RALPH COX --------------------- Sports Charley makes the football If he i raise t than $8,000,000 and established anew !
; I! ____....__.. Joke Editor you a copy. We do not many pect to place some of the land un-
:1" ; '111 V1:. 1 MIRIAM JACOBS _._u__ __ goes out for it. Whether you knowIt Instead. record for volume and value,
"J"1' ______________ Editor olives but old maids der cultivation this season. Mr.
t I'i y a, PATSY BRINSON ______ Society or not Charley has moved to a I' Your friend, resided In FlorIda recording to Frank Scruggs, of the
j'! ';:i I.J CLEO SHEPARD ...-------------... Exchange Editor real live town, Lake Wales. Biggers formerly Florida State Marketing Bure 'u.IKI
i
'"' I Jack Bradley. City and was one of the pio-
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f ,, p If.f'I. m J S. Answer equivalent of 150,367 carloadsof
n P. soon. neers in the early development of
The newspaper staff is endeavorIng fruits and vegetables were har-
: where he still
Redland district
the
kicks off for the Tor-
Sternberg to enlarge the school paper by vested from the groves and fields
nadoes and it Is a good kick. Fer- joining the American Boy Future A QUESTIONNAIREThe I holds a wide acquaintance. of Florida, and the gross value,
nandina makes good return on fake I I(!I I'chages
$9,867,335 transportation
service and by placing several high here plus
Officials ,
Half loses 1 yard on end run. Madison- yester- '
to letter
pass. a
school papers on the exchange list following reply reached the record sum
Fullback goes through line for 3 Mrs B. Perkins biologist of the day said the Madison county grand
s { I I of $97,077,214, as compared with
Fullback tries end run for jury returned a "no bill" in the
yards. I school received, was composed by $88,737,313: for the previous season
no gain. Fullback punts and Cox CAMPUS RUMORS one of her brilliant students. When case of Mrs. Bertha Kinsey charged ,

'' receives. He Is tackled: pronto. you have finished close your eyes with shooting her husband to Punta Gorda-Jim Lanier professional -
Starke's ball. Tyson, the Tornado Jacobs motored to death at their home near Green-
Miriam and imagine what the letter con fisherman! here, Is In a
I center throws the ball over Cox's Gainesville Sunday for a change of tained. All statements are an- ville. A coroner's jury Investigated hospital at Arcadia recovering'from Instantly Renders

head and it rolls over the goal line. atmosphere. swers to questions the letter contained the fatal shooting of Jack Kinsey, injuries suffered recently an irresistible, soft pearly beet
I Cox swoops it up like a butterfly Ralph Cox motored to Jackson : Jr.. and returned a verdict that the when he was knocked down and nets that will l add yeah olpA

i .and comes to the 30 yard line. L. ville Saturday on a pleasure trip. This brlght... :fI I g was put forward wife shot her husband "with malicious nearly drowned by a tarpon. The to your appearance. The efe h
2 Robinson hits line for no gain. E. The teachers are visiting Gaines- when Mrs.Perkins was talkIng intent". Mrs. Kinsey was ar- fish got away. Lanier was wading M delicate and natural the u5'
n I Il4 Robinson goes through line for a vlllo this week-end (pleasant about the death of Edison: rested and held for a preliminary In the water in lower Charlotte a toilet preparation cannot beda
I fine run of 20 yards. Cox follows hearing at which she pleaded self tected. Lasts thruout tilt
journey) One time Thomas Edison, Henry i Harbor helping to draw In a net without cia I
I with another fine run of 24 yards.E. We hear that Lester Price Rob- Ford, Harvey Firestone and Calvin defense. She was granted her liberty -'The tarpon, caught In the drag of bowing rubbing the effect ofl,, Btrrakrmi
Robinson bucks line for no gain. inson Is the star pupil in historyIV Coolidge, who was then presi- on her own recognizance. I fish, leaped over the net and struck of moutun
Third Quarter A class. (In other words brilliant dent, were out riding in Edison's him full In the chest knocking him GOURAUD'SO
I Fullback kicks off for Fernan- ) Ford. They were needing gasoline! Lako City-J. E. Summey of unconscious into the bay. His companion
dina. E. Robinson receives and Is The P. T. A. met Wednesdav af- so they stopped at a filling stationto Stanley, N. C., where he Is a large rescued him and took him W:1: l
tackled Immediately. E. Robinsonhits ternoon at 3 o'clock in the auditor- purchase some. Mr. Edison got land owner and business man, has to the hospital.! X-ray examination

I line for 1 yard. Cox goes off ium.There out to superintend the business. purchased: the Dr. W. C. White showed no broken*bones. W H..fl_h and IU.h.l th .. tS t
tackle for no gain. E., Robinson was a dance given for the The clerk being inquisitive asked farm in Dixie county. The property *
1 s a "' !.hits line for no gain. Matheny Fernandlna boys last Friday night. Edison who they were. Edison replied extends to within a half a mile of I Eunnell }<'. ,-I. Hooper, who Is I
Sept. 25 Lake uUer ______ Here punts.Fernandlna's. Among the celebrities of the class : "I am Thomas Edison, the the Suwannee river and is eight stocking a part of his Bimlnl farm

P: Us-13 TheyoOct. ball. Half hits line seen there were Louise Edwards, two men in the back are Henry miles south of Branford. For many I near Bunnell with high-grade and COFFINS
t :, 2, Chlefland _________ Here .for 3 yards. Fullback goes around :Miarlam Jacobs, Herbert Steven Ford and Harvey Firestone and-" years the property was operated by registered cattle has just placed on & CASKETSAnd
j.4 Us-7 TheyoOct. !right end for 18 yards. Fullback "Yeah! Interrupted the clerk "I Florida Lowe, and was one of the I his farm fifty more head of graded a Fun Urn of
0. Live Oak ______... There
show of Dixie county. Dur- heifers. None of these animals
steps out of bounds for no gain.Fullback WHAT WOULD HAPPEN IF guess that little runt In front Is places Undertaker Supplies
U7 They-25 'I attempts wide end run for the ing the old boom days It was pur- are registered, he sold, but are
Oct 16. Fcrnandina _,_____. Here president"A.
Dr. White. Mr. Summey AI'TOMOItll.K
from which he :
0 yard loss. Fullback passes to end W. Anderson. chased by high-grade heifers IIKAHSgAlwurn
i We-33. __________._,. They-0. There wasn't such a thing as
'I for ft yard gain. Fullback punts. ,,. purchased the property through Intends to breed up his strains. oil Nand 1'hr .....
'I r Oct 23, High Springs _,____ Here ;L. Robinson receives. teats 1Abie Plant City-J.:A. Williams who George Colbura this city. Farmers and cattle raisers of Flag- .vrtlfv I .. ... .......t ...,...
1 Oct 30 Lake City _____ Here Harley lost her compact 1"Beo" 'IMMllll .ttrltllon h. ..,.... .
I Cox goes around end for 6 yards.E. ivea about a mile and a quarter ler and St. Johns counties are making : ,
Nov. 6, Alachua _________ Here Johns wasn't late ........
Robinson hits line for a gain of from this city on the Wilder road, Lake Worth-Lake Worth's Infant every effort to eliminate the
Nov. 13, Trenton __________ Here Resale made 70 on history test? ..
!1 yard. Cox hits line for first down. brought four large, ripe pineapple Industry which be- scrub stock from their ranges and fo1.aMTp.11 FIt P.Mfl1LMRanEWiTT
Nov. 20. Jasper _______.._ There Joyce couldn't be sarcastic?
E. Robinson hits line for 9 yards. ries to the Courier office strawber-I gan planting in June, gives prom will replace them with purebred C. JO ES"T"IKP.
Nov. 27, Williston ________ Here Miss Myrtice didn't give true and
1. Robinson goes around end for ternoon. Mr. Williams ise of success, according to H. G. cattle. They are fencing their .
# false history teats? (Higher r1.0u1n1
20 yards. Cox hits line for 4 yards set four acres of berries : Basford, president of the Florida stock in and making every effortto
1. Robinson passes to Sternberg grades) pects to set'nine more so he will Pineapplt pr:.Vtit..'. r mivnv. who Improve stock raising
Cleo and Melba didn't differ In
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Tornadoes Win for first down. E. Robinson hits opinions rGratton u

line but Is penalized 15 yards for couldn't talk? .
slugging. Starke takes time out
:Miriam didn't wear blue?
Third VictoryOf The game started again with Cox -.
going around left end for a first
down. E. Robinson drove through JOKES
the line for three yards and on the -
The Season next play plunged through for four. Beverly C.: (Being arrested for
: The whole question was settled long -as to how cylinder!
Nothing ago many
The third quarter ended here. speeding) "But officer Tm a stu-

Fourth QuarterThe dent of high school. It takes in a motor car engine to give satisfactory smoothneM.
The strong D. II. S. eleven scored opening play of the fourth Officer: "Ignorance Is no excuse."
their third victory of the season by quarter was an off tackle play! as -Union County Times. Science definitely established the fact that at least six are necetsary. : -
defeating the strong eleven from Cox makes first down. E. Robinson
Fenmndlna 83-0. smashed through the line for a 'I' 'Martha' : "You remind me of' the less than a six ,And today: the public accepts the multi-cylinder engine In

Sternberg played his first gamein touchdown. L. Robinson attempted seas"
the same way that It accepts 4-wheel brakes, parallel-mounted
the backfield against the Fem- a kick for extra point but it I Eldredge: "Wild, restless, and ro- ,,-r
andlnn Pirates. The first few plays,failed. ,mantic?" spr.ugs and every' other principle of proved and acknowledged
with Sternberg carrying the bait I Matheny kicked off for Starke. Martha: "No, you just make me
but the On the superiority. Everybody know that nothing lett than a M ctu\
waa a surprise surprisewore .next play Fernandlna's fullback sick. -The Arcadian. can give you
off when Sternberg kept gal passed to his end for a 10
built-in moot/in ...
loping off yardage.Cox I yard gain. The fullback flashed Miss Myrtice: "Name something give you "

also showed up fine In his another pass but it was Interceptedby that we have now that was not

eerie of end runs. E. Robinson who was downed here one thousand years ago." This general acceptance of the multi-cylinder: Idea has had a great
Folks, don't think the backfield In his tracks. Lester: "Me."-Tha Arcadian. Imiltiusmoothness
should get all the credit for the victory I E. Robinson bucked Into the line deal to do with the fact that the Chevrolet, month after month,

r 1 Friday, because if It had not for one yard. L. Robinson atempteda EEXJEVE IT OR NOT Chevrolet
For
1931 has been the automobile.
during largest selling
been for the fine playing of "Pop-: pass that was incomplete. Again -

eye" Matheny at tackle there ,Eldredga hit the line for one yard We have a holiday Friday. is a ix.
might have been a different story.I and then L. Robinson made a nice All the boys played a good game

The story following is a play by punt Friday. .
play description of how D. H. I Fernandina's fullback tried another Fernandlna played a rotten Today, this! six-cylinder: smoothness and dependability within

put the bug on Femandlna: S'I pass. It was Intercepted by game.
I quality
reach of Chevrolet
For produced
e> eWCIU'buyel'
First The seniors are studying hard- .
quarter .,Sternberg. Starke called a timeout :
E. Robinson started the game Sternberg took the ball, went but with what results? car, powered It with a/irmly-mounted six-cylinder motor-engineered
by kicking off for Starke. Fernandlna romping through a beautiful hole 0 f
gets ball and brings it back 10 in the line and made 40 yards. Ma- The work on the new addition of it to run at less expense for gas, oil and upkeep than wy
yards. Fullback hits line for half theny fumbled on the next play the school building has progressed
yard ttas Fullback gains 2 yards and Femandlna recovered the ball. rapidly in the last week. The work other car-and priced It right down among the very lowest-priced
line. Half line I I Is very satisfactory and the rooms
through gets through Fernandlna's fullback attempteda in the market.
l' for 4 yards. Half attempts wide kick but it was blocked and It will be ready for the students to cars -

,end run and Is tackled for loss of was Starke's ball again bock of the move into in a short time. Mr. '. .

12 ynrds. opponeati. goal line, making six Judd is In charge of the brick con- models *
Twenty beautiful
Tornadoes get the ball and I moro points for Starke. struction. He has completed the 475 675
Sternberg make a slow thrilling E. Robinson hits the line for extra boiler room and is now working on at prices ranging from ,o

run of 22 yards. Ben goes through I point. Matheny kicked off for the north addition, which consists ,, ,:,:' Arl...--J, w 6. I'1IAao' ,,.... ..... ..-lp, _. .._ L.la ...,,-HJ prieM and ..*
line for 11 more yards. Ben went' Starke. Two passes by Femandlna of two cloak rooms two class ""-" "';i,.'.' G. H ... Co e.r.wi

I through the line for the first score.: were incomniete. A running pass I rooms and a hall. ,"\ ','
Ben tries for extra point but falls.E. failed He kicked to L. Robinson. I
Robinson kicks off for the Bternberg made two yards off Our visitor to chapel last Thursday -
Tornadoes and Matheny goes down tackle. L. Robinson makes 15 was Rev. Jones. He read from

and makes a beautiful tackle. yards around left end. Cox went the scripture the eleventh chapter -
i Fernandina's ball. Half! hits line,around right end for a touchdown.L. of Hebrews. The theme of his interesting "-

for 3 yards. Half bits line for 4 Robinson made extra point over talk was "Character. ,
yards. Half hits line for first down. the line as the game ended. The talk was enjoyed by every-
', Half tries to go around end but. one and we will be glad to have him

failed. Fullback goes round left visit us again soon. ;
end for 2 yards. Fullback goes FERNANDINA TO PLAY
around and no gain. Fullback IN STARKE TODAY SOPh MORE NEWS I
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punts I -
Cox receives punt for Tornadoes The following: clipping from the (By Mary Pearce.)
EL Robinson hits line for 1 yard. Nassau County Leader may con- The tenth grade is certainly gladof
Tornadoes take time out to re I vince our readers of the mood the one holiday this year. The fac-

cuperate. Sternberg goes throughline i Fernandtna 111 of the Pirates football ulty goes to the Teachers Institute
for B yards. The line sure does I team was In when she Invaded In gainesville next Friday. We will I ,
open up the holes for the backfield Jtarka:: last Friday: I celebrate with a football game. I :
in this game. Mutheny hits "Fernandlna High School grid Bradford HI vs. HI SJrtngs-We are! 'L

line for 1st down. Matheny goes eleven will Journey to Starke to-:. -11 hoping to beat 'em like we did I (
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off tickle for 12 yards. Sternberg Jay where they will play the Bradford Fernandina. __ ) f
t lots line for 1 yard. Matheny goes County High School team.' -
right through line for 8 yards. This promises to be a good game Ton My Sole If _--
Second Quarter and Femandlna Is confident of victory. ' B. H. S. Isn't having two new

Matheny hits line for first down. The high school team has wings built on the school: building.All .
:"B.Robinson goes over guard( for 3 played good football this year In, the tenth grade girls aren't
yards. Matheny receives ball and view of the fact that several letter; going out for basketball.
fumbles. Fernandina recovers. men were lost with the 1931 senior Eilly Edwards didn't forget to,
Fernandln-v's ball. .Fullbick hits class.: They have maintained a! make a bright remark In history

line no gain. Halfback tries end line average having won two claaB. I

run for no gain. Fullback punts games: and lost two. \ NEW CHEVROLET SIXTh
and Cox receives ball coming bick "The: Jeaup. Ca. high school grid- Mrs. Long: Edwin what do you ,. '
k to 25: yard line. B. Sternberg hits era played: them here last Friday: know about the history lesson to- '
line for 0 yards. Matheny goes '.fternoon and won a vcltory: of Gresrt American V tf..

through e for lIt down. Stern I 1C-2\ over them. These boys well day.Ed.. Torode: Plenty. "
( berg hits line for no gain Mttheny Jescrve their name of Fernadlna i J':'.

goes over line for 4 yards. E. Rob- Pirates, because in the several Mrs Perkins. (In Geography
: j inson tries line buck for no gain. years that they have had a team class>)> Where Is the Suwannee riv -- See your dealer below
e, ; d Bternberg tries to go over the line they have never known whit It .
,; i' '' but fulledFernandina mesas: to 'slock up: a whipping to er.Pupil: Far", far away.
takes ball and takes them only means to work harderfor TORODE CHEVROLET COMPANY. 1

time out Fullbick,punts right on the next try. Those that are Starke Fla.. Oct. 20. 1931.
} goal for very poor punt left behind today wish them the Miss Helen Holmes:
Starko's ball. E. Robinson &081through' best of luck and are confident of In reply to your letter that we It Starke. Florida
line and backfield for a their winning." received the other day I will say

touchdown, a beautiful run of 39 I After reading .this you can Understand that your letter was addressed upsidedown ,
I yards. Cox makes extra point I I the way the Pirates felt and your I'. were dot- .-- -



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(.AY.. OCTOBER 2S.19S1 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA PAUKTUKCH '
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- week it Daytona to the Beach was opened this.Jail." Branch had to make the arrest : Gracevllle Work has been Tampa which closed more than 20 miles west of Floral City to tung ,

4 started the public. Work was before the Intoxicated 'one started on the new highway to be years ago, was filed In the Cir- trees. The land Is now being clear- i ,
on
News of Florida in Short Paragraphs project early In the would to cuit court here by J. A. Griffin, ed and fenced and two hundred
!summer when the of go Jail.CocoaThe built from Chlpley to seven miles
right way was I president of the Exchange National acres of trees will be set out this
cleared and new built. north of Gracevllle. It Is said the
bridges The
bank and receiver of the long winter with the other two units t
4I entire stretch of bridge over Crane, plans are to build the road throughthis }
eight miles is
defunct Bank of Tampa. The re- of two hundred acres each to fol-
oullt of concrete. Creek representing the latest link section first, which will give
4tl port showed that all depositors had low during the next two years. Tb. '
[LIVE STATE NEWSTOLD In the highway system on the East Fracevllle town at a paved once. street The new throughthe road been paid In full and that stockholders company has its own nursery from, ;

tltl Jacksonville Jacksonville ho coast of Florida win be formally will connect the Old Spanish Trailat had been paid 50 per centof which the young trees will be sup

tlW boes won't sleep in the ncie, steam- dedicated Saturday October 17, Chipley and the Bee Line Highway the amount of their stock asses plied.
heated city jail. City officials have' according to the Melbourne cham- running north and south from ments.

BY OUU EXCHANGES :asked the local terminal company: ber of commerce, which organization Miami to Montgomery and other Jacksonville The open hunting
I to run a box car with some strawIn has set this date as "Mel- points north. Hlaleah-Aoccordlng to reservations season in Florida for migratory

--.- - -'--- it onto a siding near the yards bourno Day." The bridge which already applied for at the birds-duck, goose, brant snipe
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_- .-- and give the penniless tourists a was built at a big cost to the state West Palm Beach-Ben Hur, sec- Hialeah park racing plant of the and coot November 20 to January yj
Gainesville
Lmston The Wllllston Crate Thirteen hundred place to sleep without clogging the road department, has been under retary of the Everglades Drain- Miami Jockey Club, the full stable 15. Dove-November 20 to January !
Monday students, the largest in the his- t
BT.tarte the
state institution
for the tory are have
being closed down been hailed into court, given Sugar Company is paying ami's racing season this winter. cock. D! --November 20 to December ':
L-mer cr months which to always enrolled for military training at xa suspended sentence and escorted Madison A :Madison county $109,000 in delinquent district Thai will mean upwards of 3000 31; squirrel, quail, wild) +,
[ season with this type the University of Fl rida. It was to the city limits. grand Jury this afternoon returned taxes. He said the company is employes at Hialeah park during turkey-November 20 to February
announced here by J.
today
Major two true bills, one an Indictment paying the taxes with bonds of the operation of the track, jockey club IS. Rabbits open in all season
A. Van Fleet, commandant of the Jacksonville One Jacksonville against :Mrs. Shelly Smith as prin- district, as provided by an act of officials say, as the average re- Hunters should see the county tl
) Haven The Winter university reserve officers' training drinker Is particular who arrests cipal and accessory before the fact the 1931 legislature. The lands quirement is two men to a race judge before going out this season
Even nvinter post office noted a gain of corps. him. He recently walked up to 1 nthe slaying of her husband, Eng- being redemed, he said, include horse. The 24-atabl capacity Is and get full information about the
cent In receipts during the Patrolman Burley Smith, informed lish Smith. A similar Indictmentdas part of the Clewiston townslte and 1440 stalls. law.
per quarter of 1931 as comparedthe Macclenny-Work Is now going him that he was drunk, and expressed I also made by the Jury against some of the company's sugar plan- .
Jj Jrd corresponding period last, forward on the new naval stores the desire to go to said J. L Relnscnmldt prominent business tations. Inverness-The Bradley Phosphate DeLand -- Hotel College Arma
experiment station near Olustee, Let's go," said Smith. "No," man of Georgia, Mrs. Smith's company Is making prepara- plans improvements involving ex
r. I In Baker county. The constructionis the Indulger, "you won't do. I want ,companion at the time of the slay- Tampa Final report in the tions to set out six: hundred acres penditure of several thousand dol-
i iI ih 8y Tffest-A handsome hotel, under the supervision of Dr. F. Officer H. V. Branch to put me In 'ing receivership of the old Bank of of land located one and a half.lars

I recreation building la to beHcted I I P. Veitch, of the United States
h at the Lower Matecumbe bureau of chemistry. Congress ap-
u u Eiway ferry slip in the immed- propriated $40,000 for the erectionof
E future. Construction is to the plant.

t t within 30 days. -
n Ocala In mid-year meeting
, aytona Beach-Location of a here the board of directors of the

I ;rn fruit preserving and can- Florida Federation of Business and
I II here next year isinncJ
g factory Professional Women's Clubs adopted -
by the Floripure Products a resolution asking the womenof

bpany, Robert L. Riggs, presl- America, and especially thoseof ,
t fcKebrlng the south, to use cotton products
and by-products to a greater
-Circuit Judge W. J. extent than is now being done.
Jrker announced here a decision

holding the constitutionality oft I Canal Point All of the land I
state arsenic spray law and fronting on the lake for nine miles
ying an injunction to prevent between Canal Point on the West r1

i enforcement. PalmBeach_ Canal and Port May M
aca on St. Lucie canal will soon be
an Antonia Old timers of In cultivation, and If the farmed / wu

i seo county numbering between portion of each mile of frontage
,0 and 000 assembled in the plazaSan extends back no more than a mile
Antonio for their annual the total acreage will be over 5.-
ftnic Saturday. The day had been 000. lit

|U planned. -, &&tI\
'Qulncy-Several new herds of I
aunts town The sale of the .,
white face Hereford cattle were .".
electrical franchise and dlabtiting received in Gadsden county the I. / ./Y ?X ",
I
. [ system was strongly past week. Steer feeding is be- "
ed by the Blountstown Business's coming one'of the outstanding industries f
Club at its regular bi-weekly here. In a few days the ,"
sting, new local feed mixing plant will be ;;.

In operation and ready to supply distributorCourtesy of \\ ::1

Clearwater equipment! -totalling New machineryd thousands I feeding.specially mixed feeds for stall %"1

I dollars will be used to harvest -
;.
e citrus crop when the season Winter Haven-Arthur 11. Hyde ,
anllng to a survey of the lead- Secretary of Agriculture in President \,',I'"j '
8 packing and canning plants Inellas Hoover's cabinet has notifiedthe ff",

county. local committee of the cham- l I' ',
:ber of commerce in charge of the ',{.',1
ITitusvilleAn old landmark was formal dedication of the new citrus '
umed by flames here. The Ho- by products laboratory here,, unsijIvauiiflre
1 Pines, located at Indian River that he will attend the festivities I II:'lj.\!
.y, and scene of many social Incident to that event which have
seta In days! gone by is a totals been sent. for Friday, Oct. 23. ,
i u i result of fire of an un0'iIII iti'I,
i origin. Bonifay-Because, of neglect of I ::1l:1\

systematic vaccination in tho
I Tampa-Plans! for remodelinge Whitewater section of Hulmes

second floor of county court county, there has been an out-
vine\ at a cost of approximately break of hog cholera in that com-
pooo, were approved by the Hllls- munity. Considerable vaccinationhas .
rough county bar association for been done In the past two
station to the county commls- weeks, and the diseases Is well

hers under control, according to Dr. J. J.
__
Vara, assistant state veterinarian. Service Station
|OcaIa--A meeting of delegates, }r
m the ten qualified camps in Jacksonville-The Non-Partisan
e Florida division of United League of Jacksonville is advocat- --
ederate veterans will be held of the
Ing adoption city manager
i Ocala on November 4, for the abolish the city
firpoao of holding the annual elect commission plan which would and cut the city coun- D.-A. Montieth Prop. Phone 13 i
of state
n oQIcers. The regular cil from 21 to 9 members. City
invention will not be held Commissioner Acosta says the d

taxpayers of Jacksonville more
rernandlna-A new record high than $1,000,000 per year. The new
8 i of eight feet six Inches was plan also proposes putting all city Starke Florida
itabllshel here. The water arose
employes on a civil service basis. : ,
I places to a level with the wharf. ,. .
,Wa was an 18-Inch increase over A of coal .
Panama City.- barge ,
e figures of the United States "
was received from the Birming- J
tend Geodetic Survey tide ta- ham district that will be used at )it,
e& :
the Southern Kraft corporation.
The barge went Immediately to the Our Faith
Eradenton-Victims of a dual Bay Harbor docks to unload the The Advanced Six
'IPdy were burled in the same here ,
Coal is being brought .
cargo. .
ct here. Richard Thomas, 21-
Southern
[t ar oU negro, was stabbed toP via Kraft this for method some tlme.However for the they We have chosen The tire with thetheP6NNSYLVANIAIinebecause

th by a negro woman., George also receive a great deal of ,coal .
Na' 2t, brother of the slain r: TWO WHITE STRIPES;
via rail also. your guide ,
dropped dead when told ofe
-
murder. Tarpon Springs A total of 15.- of our absolute faith in the product; ,, Q \ to mammoth mileage and long uninterrupted r
000 In fines and costs which were
_
CrcJtvle I
wired Hereford Eighteen: bulls will or be twenty soldCtutvlew assessed against 73 Greek sponge( the ability of the management; and e' ? +r service. "'"'le Advanced
fol
'divers of this city, were paid:

"&>, :aiiaala on are Thursday from the Oct.fam-22.,The lowing divers a trial were la circuit charged court with here.dl/- t their unreserved support of the independent a f Six is the tire that keeps pace with ;

-Ummings ranch at Donald-
[wUlc. Gl., and are brought to ing torial for limits sponges of within Florida.the All terri-the dealer. With PENN the new and powerful cars of today.
"stvicw
by Mr. Cummings for ,
all the + '
purposes. fines cases wero pending paid against, clearing: local up men In SYLVANIA we will be able to serve It has triumphed over the gruelling ,t


St::. rstercburg by the New=Home Work Ice has Coma been- the court. Beach A series of you with that high standard of quality strains of tough road tests. Ride on

'
re.: .4-r.cting flrbt deliveries its $50,000 of ice plant are mass Daytona meetings with addresses by and service ch is your due Advanced Sixes and ride ;in safety.

p0.. to ba made the prominent citizens, a high school _
I
during
ec.. essay contest on home owning aucoa _j/ J'i.
Thanksgiving, it is an- _
display of posters _
elaborate
o. Ihe : i.'
plant: will have a will command
1"" of :CO: tens daily. throughout the city _
public attention during the "Buy or '

t.. facilities ;Juild a Home Week" arranged by /I/ /h /h : VfAtwr4v\\7\ :
I It .8 provided myrna-DockIng all the Daytona teach: realty bair" \ I ,; ,\ ? ..
yachts visiting the
will be presented ,
C'r : The program \ t
ayrna this
winter accord-
'
1ns week of October 25 to 31. \ :' r
now completed by the

ub ru Construction of the Smyrna work on Yacht the DeLand-The-full university's program annual for- OUR SPECIAL OPENING OFFER
B. Stetson
do-..3 will be started as soon John November 7, :'
I homecoming day

[lni cl"caUons bids secured can and accepted.be prepared when throughout alumni the to of renew country that old will institution acquaintances gather- Our earnest desire to have you prove to yourself the ,,superiorly of PENNSYLVAK \ 4ft'4''<'

DeLand
In ,
Dado tread familiar paths and Tires over Any other make to FREE first line
;| City At the regulAr listen once more to the Stetson prompts us give you a High Qual y i;

mtb donetetins of the county!'Chimes is announced by Dr. Insti Line Tube with tire purchased. This offer will last
trod resolution wu oln Hulley, president of the every > < only one weeK.
UCej
by CoL A. 1.. Anvil torah tution.
justice of the peace dta- -
fn Pasco!! county except two Titusvllle The new paving '

to ty rCdistrict to his reso1utlOQ.the county The iD n8O-con- which Dixie was highway laid this through summer Port on Or th I v.\'" 17111 '\\\" 111'1"1' ,\\\11//-,, ,,\\'YIM'YI"I'YI"V'\\'\"I/M \'.

was adopted. 1'ange and the south part of the eU:,

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! i : oK'IYOILDCUNTV TBLKUKAPIL 8IAKKK.!: I"IAJKWA FRIDAY.
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I '> ''I.' I Miss Marion Stump Weds H. M. Boggs Greene Miss Essie Saturday Crawford morning.of Lawtey I: Jacksonville Paul were transacting- bUllnIllt

i lf 0k GRAHAM section spent Saturday night with Mrs. B. M.Thursday
,j'! SJcictyA'i' The marriage: of Miss Marlon roses. Al,.. Onl Mae Smith. c... her cousin Miss Thelma Rhoden II her brother Mr McRa.? weu. 'b411o...

Elizabeth Stump, daughter of Commissioner Miss Marjorie Sage Stump, sisterof of Ileilbronn. I age of Vanderbilt AnderSOn a;:

(, \ \ \' iI of Records and Mrs. A. the bride, was nnld of honor, Services were held at the 'Bap Miss Juanita Johns spent spent I I Miss Vesta McRae section Ji'rdaJ!
Welles Stump to Hugh McAndrew and the other brlda. attendantswere i 1a
'
., i list church Sunday morning. A Monday night with her uncle, P few days with 8Peo
i, Eogga. son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mrs. Seldon Baker the her
, ,
broer
, ). nice crowd was present. Johns of Woodlawn section. ley McRae w.
; J"J \\'i'! ', '. Local Girl Takes Part In Rogers, of Fayetteville, Ark., took Misses Catherine Herr, Florence Those who attended services at There was a large crowd attend Miss Beulah, of Crestview,
111 II, place list night in one of the private Ellard and Marjorie' Harrod.Edward Edwards, 1.rra.
at Mrs.
IdaSweat's
\ ing prayer meeting anda Sllcox .
from .
1 suites at the Plaza. The Rev. Hashr.l Baltimore was Hampton Thursday night and daughter.
I ; I. J F. S. C. W. Torch Ceremony/Phillips P. Elliott of the First best man. here were: Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Ed- Friday. are visiting relatives In 1I
:
mondson and Miss Thelma Wynn, Miss Ruby Monds has returned tion this week. thiJ lie.
Presbyterian church, this After : and
Mr.
city
a reception Boggs
'I + Miss Alice Fernandez of Starke, Clfnnxing" the tradition waa the performed the ceremony. his bride left for Atlantic City. Mrs. Frank Abernathy, Mr. Duffie with her sister, Mrs. Eva Robin The revival meeting

I 4; iIiii took part recently In the Torch svmbolfc.: torch race modelled on I The bride, who Is a great-grand-)They will live in Columbia, S. C.- Abernathy Miss Mildred Broughton son.Mr. church conducted by Brother at CoI1

t: Night ceremony,. an annual tradition tM Lnmnodp'lronla. an ancient niece of the late Russel Sage was The New York Times, Oct. 6th. Miss Mattie Norman, Miss A. J. Rhoden of Starke, was of Jacksonville, started J
: enacted at the Florida State torch race held the Mr. Wasdln visiting his father, W. C. Rhoden Everybody SUlldar
1 by Greeks at given in marriage by her father. Mrs. Boggs who is a niece of Gertie Johnson, Riley IB Invited to
: : Wi4f: College for' Women each exemplifying one of their annual festivals. / Roberts Mr. of Hellbronn Monday and Tuesday.Mr. attend
year In She wore an empire gown of Ivory Mr. and Mrs. F..F. Stump, has vIsIted Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Card of Thanks
the standards of the I this race the runners were posted, colored satin with a veil of rose Starke a number of times, and 'and Mrs. L. C. Smith and family and Mrs. Walter Compton We Wish to express

J college for the new students. I o* for a relay race. The first In point lace, and carried a bouquet''friends here will learn with Interest 'and' many others. of Jacksonville, were visiting Mr. to the many frlencla-- .....our_ .
1f ---
: j The Torch Night tradition which each line, lighting his torch and of llllei rf the valley and whiteDETI'Y of her m'rrlage.I Miss Leola FORK spent the weekend W. C. Rhoden Sunday. assisted us after the burniq uuaokiMl

r ifj:4:11r1t; Is given under the auspices of the ,running at full speed, kindled aflame with her parents, Mrs. C. Fogg. Mr Freeman Rhoden, Roscoe house which,haPpened of lilt
sophomore i class is an impressive upon another shrine and Greene and Misses Lorene and On Oclobt
Mr. Ancel Norman and Mr. Ar-
\
: I classical pageant with Greek set gave hi* torch to the second run McRAE CELEBRATES STARKE GROVE NO. 278 Pauline Greene and Thelma Rho- 6th.Mr.. and Mrs.
; thur McRae here
: FOURTH BIRTHDAY were visiting H. M.
tings scenes, and charactera. and ner. It was the duty of each to WITH I HOLDS MEETING den attended church at Rising Mcj.,
PARTY Wednesday night. and
always take place at dusk In the,keep the torch burning brightlyand TUESDAY EVENING Mr. Minor Starling was visitinghis Tuesday night. family.
open air theatre. In the ceremony to return it undimmed to the_ I Misses Pauline Greene spent the -
I u Little Miss Betty McRae, the The Starke Grove No. 278 held sister here Sunday. GOVERNOR
enacted In afternoon/ sophomores altar whence it came. week-end In Starke with her cousin CARLTON
WILL
passed to the freshman the After the torch race the fresh young daughter of Mr. and Mrs.I its regular meeting, Tuesday evening Messrs. James Reynolds and Hubert Ida Mae Johns. ATTEND ARC\DI.\'S
Barney McRae, celebrated her at 8 o'clock the WoodmanHall. Brown of Starke were visitinghere RODloCoy.
p torch which had been handed down man torch bearers approached the at --
' to them symbolizing the three altar where they were given 'fourth birthday with a party on Wednesday night. Doyle Carltnn. i... ___
Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Brown, --- -
torches of the college emblem torches lighted from the sacred Wednesday afternoon.' The party Three new members were Initiated an Invitation to attend-"cceptb1
,' rooms were decorated in Hallo- into the order. the business Miss Ellen Johnson Messrs. Aus- Florida )
; "Vires. Artes,' Mores. fire. Upon receiving the torches During LAWTEYV. Championship RodeoVt
1c The pngeant opened with Miss I members of the freshman class wo'en colors, accented by bowls of session an invitation from the tin Padgett and Raiford Singleton held on November lb
:, I autumn flowers., Lake Butler were in Jacksonville Saturday.Mr. It. Cnr..dln Cor. and 11 thb
Grove invltlner the
Rutch Tucker, of West Palm were Instructed to guard the flame year, and will speak at
I : ; ,, Beach president the sophomore;'I and keep it burning brightly as The children had a jolly time I Starke Grove to' put on the-competitive Ancel Norman and Misses programs. "A number one of ol lilt

: class, who represented Alma Mater members of former classes had playing games and contests and work at the district meet- Mildred and Audrey Norman were Mr. and Mrs. C. Y, Mayo and prominent in Legion affairs IllS

; aproachlng- sylvan altar!,'done. at the close of the afternoon were: ing Oct. 23, was read and accepted. visiting here Sunday.Mr. children of Tampa, spent the week state will also be present. i In j the
'r line of served ice cream and cake. The It was decided that the team would Clyde Strickland and Leon end with the Btsifc
: through a palm bearers all Students In the sophomore Mrs.-Mayo's parents, Mr. large, number of wild
,
( favors were Hallowe'en horns. have a pracUce prior to this Dryden were in Starke Saturday.A and Mrs. .1. H. Moore.Dr. item
''of whom were chanting the classes had the leads in the symbolic I occas and unbroken horse to be
;, triumphal entry song. Upon gainIng parts while a hundred rep- Snapshots were taken of the group. ion.The large crowd enjoyed Sunday and Mrs. Wllmot G. Brown the events, a contract has USed II

: the altar Alma Mater took a centatlvo freshman received the The little honoree was the recipIent -. guests who were present school here Sunday. New officers and< daughter, have returned from made with a group of tax

I i position back of the shrine upon torches passed down by the sophomore of many lovely gifts from her gave talks In regard to the order. were elected for the next quarter. Nebraska, where Dr. Brown was riders, who will bring to professional the !
young friends who follows They are as follows: Mr. L. C. Rodeo
were as
? which the three torches were class. They were: Miss Rose Reaves, engaged in the practice of medi- a string of outhw homes'
: burning' brightly. I Throughout the whole pageantsoft : Gloria Buford, Marjorie Davie state assistant attendant, Mrs. Ella Smith, superintendent: Mr. J. A. present a number of and wffl
The three of the Ida Lulu Davis, Jacqueline Ballentlne, state auditor'and .1. McKlnney assistant superintendent cine.The special fet
music
phases college was placed by a stringed many friends of Mr. A. H. tures each day. Two
; ', life as signified by the college em- orchestra hidden from sight bya Andrews, Louise Stern Betty two members from the Oak Haw ; Miss Era Smith, secretary Harley are glad to know that he given, afternoon and programi I/'t

; blem were then presented to the dense foliage of palms and bamboo Hayes, Eloise Hayes, Joyce Hayes, Grove, Mrs. Knoles, guardian and and treasurer. The teachersare is recovering from a recent both days of the show. evening of
Patsy Ruth Wainwright, Josephine Mrs. Davies : Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Smith, Miss IlDOts.1
freshmen. past chaplain.
zi Apolla as strength, forming the background of the At the last meeting of the e
city
rtw
' Palas Athene as arts and crafts, open air theatre. Dignity and Johns, Evelyn Newsom Lola New- At the close of the evening refreshments Frances Murrhee. Everyone Is in- council, Mr. Greene Teaton Installed I Marianna Moore Garamnl
was -
: j and Aphrodite as beauty of person beauty were added to the ceremonyby om, Margaret Montieth, Merry were served to'seventy- vited to( attend next Sunday. as night marshal. The residents Hardware Co., to move to new lo-l

;' and character clI.me to pay homage the colorful Greek robes worn Beth Knight, Frances Alderman five guests. I Mr. Wilbur Thomas of Alachua, of Lawtey feet that this add- cation In Masonic building. I

:; '' .1'Uf'H to Alma Mater. by the participants In the pageant.The Sarah Barefoot, Juanita Barefoot, was visiting here Sunday after- ed protection will be beneficial. to Eustis Postal Telegraph Cftl

4 4 Their attendants with the nine torch night ceremony was Enos Hayes, C. B. Hayes, George W. M. S. l\IEET.AT noon. the town especially as several rob opened office in this city. I

4flL' muses symbolized the various activities first enacted at the college in 1920. Hayes, Emmett Perryman, Comer BAPTIST Mr. and Mrs. Bunk.Thomas, Mr. berles have -occurred lately. Leesburg Joe Driver purclu*I

of the college and the libations Script for the tradition was writ Perryman, Olin White Jr., William frank lImes Mrs. Ella Hines, and Mrs. D. E. Bennett of ed Evans Food Store on Second i

offered by the attendants I ten by students enrolled in the college Anthony Andrews, Billy Blakley, The business and program meet I Norman Thomas were visiting Mr. ton. D. C., who Is visiting Washing her street and will conduct it as an In-1

Ui suggested the blessings Alma Mater at that time and baa been Mack Futch, W. M. Wainwright, ing of the Baptist W. M. S. will be and and Mrs. W. M. Thomas and ents, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Burney par-, dependent grocery store.

!1wfl can bestow upon all who come used unchanged in all subsequent Jr., Charles Knight Granvllle K. held at the churcrt, Monday afternoon family here Sunday afternoon.Mrs. spent the past week with relatives Hernando Huge phosphite!
Lewis, Jr., Maurice Edwards Jr. W. M. Thomas and little
,
: to her shrine. I presentations. at 3 o'clock. Circle No. 1 In Jacksonville. Mrs. Bennett was plant being constructed here for]
and Barney McRae. with Mrs. .1. H. Pitts will daughter, Orva Lee were In Dunnellon
d 1 leader here Phosphate Mining Co.
accompanied her mother-
by
; ''f';! :' ,i I'd"I' *
Hampton Sunday.
"'Jj.r' ; ;, have charge of the program. A full in-law, Mrs. H. M: Bennett. Crestview J. L. Harvell erect.

;'i l1'' i );;{.;, ; : 1 Senator and Mrs. E. M. Johns GLORIA BUFORD ENTER. attendance is earnestly requested. S Howard Miner who is attendingthe ing small saw mill near residence|

,;'::{ l,:, :,,(1' : J Entertain at Bridge Last Friday BIRTHDAY TAINS FRIENDS PARTY WITH OCT. A 17TH STARKE GROVE* U.his of.mother F., spent Mrs.the Effie weekendwttb Miner. outside of clty'lImlts.Tallahassee State. purchased]

WOODLAWN
MEETS TUESDAY,NIGhT Mrs. W. E. Torode and Mrs. L. city block here and pl.ins erectile

Senator and Mrs. E. M. Johns wero enjoyed end scores added. Gloria Buford entertained a (Myrtle Norman Cor.) H. Hill were shopping in Jacksonville of building to house state laboratories -!
entertained members of their Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and Mr. W. M. number of her young friends witha i There will be a meeting of Saturday.Mr. and various Inspection hu-l

bridge club Friday evening at their Wainwright received the prizes for party Saturday afternoon In honor Starke Grove No. 278 Tuesday ., and Mrs. Robert Dinklns of reaus 'of Department of AgricutJ

, home en Walnut street. I holding high. of her sixth birthday.A night, Oct. 27, In the W. O. W. Miss Debbie Phillips attended to Jacksonville, spent Sunday with ture.Road

(, Three tables for play were arranged The hostess served a tempting merry time was had by the lit- hall. All members are urged to I business In Jacksonville Tuesday. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. leading from Crestview to|

,, in the living room which I salad course to the following players tle folk during the afternoon in attend. Misses Mary and Mildred Alvarez Dinklns. Camp Walton completed.

,. was tastefully decorated for this I : Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wainwright playing outdoor ames. A color I S Russell Reddish and Davis Dr. and Mrs. Wilmot Brown left St. Petersburg Florida Motor]

A Informal gathering with autumn I Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Robin scheme of white and yellow was EASTERN STAR MEETING attended prayer meeting at the Friday for Tampa.' Lines plan immediate construction I Iof

flowers in vivid shades. Tallies I! son, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Demorest. I used as the color motif. home of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Ander- Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Brown of $35,000 Bus Terminal building!

F ; ., ,, In the Hallowe'en motif were used.rrrprciKions Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and Late in the afternoon ice cream Starke Chapter ''n. .. I "Friend's Night" of this Those who attended church at
l. k _Fe'nnl_ _ _ _ _of_the_ It'\m._ ? jTrn R w MartinBusiness with cake cut from a large birthday -c-fVjMonday and Mrs. G. W. Brown. organization.
; I""' "',' : i>. .J was served. Balloons. were week. Each officer asked a friendto I Corinth Sunday night from this Mr and Mrs. J... G. Godwin and Winter Garden-Construction of]
.' fill her office for the evening. section were, Misses Myrtle' and Rollins
' \ Annie Russell Theatre at [
"
i ,, given as favors. family of Raiford, were visitingMrs.
1 Men's Club Entertains This meeting proved profitable and Mamie Lou Norman and Morris
: i: tiWfh, : ; Enjoying the afternoon. with the enjoyable to all, Carter. Godwin's parents, Mr. and College Tampa progressing.- Towne's American|
hostess were: Mra. V. R. Reddish Saturday and
With Ladies Cafe The following: visitors were ores- Mr. and Mra. L. R. Denmark and at $10,000,
Night at Magnolia Laundry Co., capitalized J
IM1t, : ; ; : : ; ; Enos and Betty Hayes, Betty and Sunday. I
Carney McRae, Jacqueline and ent: Mr. and Mrs. Ben Green; Mr. children, were visiting, Mr. and Mrs. Mary Bennett, Mrs. 1C granted charter.
The Magnolia Cafe was a scene Mrs. B. Jacobs Mr. and Mrs. J. M. and Mrs. Bevllle from Waldo. Mes- Mrs. W. H. Norman Sunday. St. Petersburg Construction I
Cuddy Andrews, Bobby Martin, Tearo, Mrs. R. R. Thede and Mrs. I
_ dames J. E. Matnea, Sr., T. J. Mi' and Mrs. Joe Peele and children I( here moj|
of a delightful event Monday evening -I I MItchell Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Mon- TJIlly Blakley, Patsy Ruth Wainwright F. R. Carradlne were shopping in I of soldiers home near
,; when the Business Men's Townsend, Dollle 'Epperson, and of Evergreen, were visitingMr. Jacksonville I IMt' start 800n.Arcadia.
Freeman Register Caro- Wednesday.
: i tieth, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Corpen- Miss Marshall Proctor from Lake .,and Mrs. Henry Dunn Sunday Additions to Arcadu
Club i entertained their wives and I lyn, Patsy and Barbara Keene, T. T. Darley was! a business. j
I Infe', Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Knight, Butler.A afternoon. completed.
i friends at dinner. Louise Stern, Harold Ford, Mack visitor in Macclenny Tuesday.RISING Golf Club house
The prettily appointed table atl Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Andrews, Mr. Futch Freddie reading entitled, "When Ma Miss Mary Page of Evergreen,! Jacksonville Crystal Slipper ]
Wlmberly George .
I ,. which the guests were seated waa I and Mrs. H. D. May, Col. and Mrs. Flynn, Maurice Edwards, Jr., Fay Goes to Lodge was given in a was visiting Miss Myrtle Norman I ballroom 20 West Duval strew,, |

_ _ tastefully decorated with coral A. S. Crews, Senator and Mrs. E :and Alice Yarborough Edgar WH- pleasing manner 'by Mrs. Edna Saturday night and Sunday.Rev. opened for season.
______ vine. ,During the dinner several appropriate M. Johns, Dr. and Mrs. O. H. Low- Hart, and one entitled "Our Vows" G. E. Jones of Delray Beach-Palm Way street
Mildred Williams June
kerson JaCkSOnvUle'1
.
speeches were made. I ry, Mr. and Mrs. L. Wyman, SherIff :Hall Don Stilley, L. A. Weekly of was read by Mrs. O. C. White. passed through this |I 1111. IHw. MrHnt> ('nr intersecting Palm Square be\III\

_________________, Those. enjoying this affair were: Epperson Mr. D. A. Montieth :Dcala. After the memeting a social afternoon. i Improved.
______ Mr. -nl Mrs N Sternber '. Mr. and ,!f'_ r r. n i.. r'11;'t"I. A. .T ri'fi, S hour was enjoyed during which delightful Miss Mary Page and Charley I|I Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Shaw of the Miami Peninsular Corporation

'. refreshments.. were served.NOTICE Gaskin attended church at Hell- state farm, were visiting Mr. and of Florida, capitalized at $ .ooo.
; " .
"' 'j "" :rilE INTERMEDIATE G. A.'s bronn Saturday night. Mrs. Leon Conner Saturday night granted charter to conduct red |

t ," : P. T. A. Held Profitable MEET WITH HAZEL CREWS : Miss Mildred Norman was the Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Wood of .state. business.

Ii:: : !:_, : _, : ,_ : AS HOSTESS i> guest of his cousin, Myrtle and Lawtey were visiting Mrs. rf. M. -

' ' The business arid program meet Mantle Lou Norman Sunday after- McRae Monday. Mr. and Mrs. J. r-.
; : ; ; ;. ,: Meeting Wednesday The Intermediate G. A.'s met at ing of the Baptist W. M. S. will be W. McRae and little son, Edwin ofCrestview. '

:.bo home of Mrs. W. J. Epperson held in the church Monday after- noon.Miss Mamie Lou, Norman was were visiting the form II. E.!: LAOERGKEN

IjI The Parent-Teachers Association boy- and girls and"Miss Griffin Monday afternoon with Hazel noon at 3 o'clock. Circle No. 1 the guest of her'sister, Mrs. L. R er's parents, Mr. and !.[r8. H. M. Surveying-Leveling

rgJ met Wednesday afternoon In rra-1 Many: Voices, by Angelo Crews as hostess. will have charge of' the program. Denmark! Saturday night. McRae Sunday. Mapping

) JlIL the high school audltorum and held Patrt. The meeting was opened with S Mrs. E. C. Johns and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Proctor and
Florida
The of the W'whHjrtonPUT ) Starke.
subject Lois) and and Mamie Lou children of Lake Cutler, were visIting -
., .scripture reading by the president, Myrtle
,
a prqijRable! mcmetlng.Bef Centennial was brought before I LARGE NUMBER OF
and followed by the Norman. were business visitors in Mrs. Proctor's parents, Mr.
III e the business session the!tho audience, and Mrs.. A. Z. Ad Dorothy Sapp PLANTS COMING IN and Mrs.
Lord's n' Starke Monday morning. J. B..Norman Saturday.Mr .
Prayer.
followHg : was presented[ kins ? to look after FOR SETTING OUT
program was appointed
At the close of the business session Mri. Jimmie Hcrsey of Starke, Earney' Norman Gainesville -
to the audience: Opening song, thin! matter. Mrs. Canute Maerorec's
I the home of Mr. and is spending a few days with
was visiting
World's Comrades !
Interesting
an
fi America." followed by prayer by grade had the largest num Plant City, Oct. 20.-Never before -
I A I Mrs. L. R. Denmark's aSturday his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. 666
t Mrs. E. 1 1C. Perryman. Miss Louise ber of patrons in attendance, and program was enjoyed. : In the history of .the str"- Norman.Mr. .

,i Thede gave'1 a piano solo "The was presented a framed picture for plendld personal service report berry industry her has there been night: .
I I Melvin Carter. Othma Norman and Mrs. W W. Wood and
Flatterer" (C Chamenade.) Miss tho grade room. was given. such an Influx of plants for s assisted Dorothy and Louie Carter of Woodlawn children, Mrs. Fred Conner and R.II.n .
Hazel Crews, by -
,4 Evelyn Stump, accompanied by I The P. T. A. officers for the year ting at this time of the year asI ail minute
children and. Mrs. Arrle Sikes
of
Ford served school attended mid-term examination -
Miss Ethel Griffin'sang, 'Bloalom'Dear" are as follows: Sapp and Myrtice at present, according to express officials day. and .
.1 ,. punch and wafer to the following -!I I at Starke Thursday and Fri Lawtey, were visiting relatives in ...,...
(Lieuranee) and "I Know President Mrl.'E. K. Peryman; who yesterday morning had this section 866
; Uttle Girl" (Porter Steel). Mrs. vice-president, Mra. H. B. McLen- members present:. Dorothy a. hundred thousand plants; at the day.Mrs. Mr. Thursday. .
Juanita Adklna of Palatka Walter" Underhill and son, A1iiIiThe'S&zndard
.. IL A. Dew discussed the subject I don; secretary Mrs. W. B. Parks: Sapp, Fanny Silcox,>Mildred Hun I.express office awaiting- tlaimants 11
was ytsitlng'her cousin, Mrs. Troy
n of proper food for our adolescent treasurer-! Miss Eunice Perkins. dley Hazel Crews Elizabeth Hoi- High prices and scarcity of local) .
I Ungsworth. Dorothy White, Myr. plants are said< to-Tje'the Norman Monday. \
''I '" '. "t'' < .: ", "" ,.i'j tlce Ford. dance .G lI. Martll factors resulting: in the principal large ReV, G. E. Jones and Mr. Crosby OK. R. W. MARTIN ] I

Ir'II':f; ;,jI'I"J"/, J ,: ( J j ,i Mrs. Geo. C.AVhite :Hostess to, Y. W. A. I Frances Hemingway Lee Peek.Geraldine John"and II,from number elsewhere.of plants being ordered, Seo.were Anderson visiting the Monday home afternoon.of Mrs. DENTIST

We that Phone 83 Hours: 0 to
a< are glad to. report
Mrs." Q. C. White was hostess to pointed her various committees, I Plants are being received :from I Woodlawn school has opened again, [Over Corpenlng's Drug 6111, Oil

members of the V. W.' A. at her ind Miss Mary Brownlee read an TUB METHODIST WOMAN'S Maryland and Alabama. It la the after being closed for a week on
_ Interesting letter from the Baptist MISSIONARY SOCIETY MEETS first time plants for fall setting Tire GuaranteedOne
account of measles.Ileilbronn
____________ home last Thursday evening.
have ever been secured In this -- - I
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The.meeting wo opened with along Those present besides the hostess The W. M. S. of the Methodist tion from Alabama It was said. Year

after which the devotional were: Loiselle Turner, Martha church met Monday afternoon and The last week, has been most Astro

_ _ was led by Mrs. White. I Crownlee, Eleanor Lewis. Cleo held its regular business and study. unfavorable for setting a* well a* SpringsThelma ..............

_______________ The guest were then invited to Shepard Melba Sllcox Bunnie Ca- I jesalon., living recently set plants. Hot ( Rhoden Cor.) chain
the dining room where a delicious nova, Louise Walter Edith Wll- The president Mrs. T. J. Griffin I and dry weather. together with

chicken dinner was served by Mrs. llama Francis Hemingway Edna !:.nstolled the officers of the girls considerable wind,, caused the destruction -

_ J. M. 'Erownlee, Mrs. J. W. White Strickland, Mary Brownloe. Lent .md boys World Club, who were: 'of a good many! plants We are all very sorry to hear Frigidairethe

t and Mrs. G. W. Alderman. Cell* Shepnrd. Lois Colley and Willis Smith. president; Katie Pu.at. -I which had been set out recently that Mr. George Anderson of our its

_ After dinner the president ap. The'm-v fllcvwt. ,; .:, vice-president: Edna Pearce, Mole crickets are also reported a?' section passed away Sunday night. 1weak.T. three gunr-
secretary: Gloria Johns treasurer. causing some damages to plantsIn Dr. R. P. Taylor of Jacksonville, year
:>' .' ,'I The first Chapter of the new I various sectors. was visiting friends in IleilbronnSunday.

.h :' ,;, ''r ::' Mrs. L. Wyman Honors Mrs. Tom Busch I i book the "Challenge of Ch'1n/ie1/ S I :: _..... eI 1101 .. anted electric refrigerator
PARDON BOARD ENDSHEARING -,
There crowd
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was reviewed by Mrs. J. W. White; was a very large -"'-.5 -...-- ILaS.A .
delightful social event of the T. T. Plans were made for the week of OF PLEAS attending church at Mr. and Mrs.
Long and
_ Miss Harriett _.r .........
; week was a bridge party given by; Ritch for holding high and low prayer which Is the first week in 2. J. Moore's Saturday night. a ,.1a.... 0 -b.tl.I I .
The state pardon board closed --'t. Ih.s _
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y MrsL.. Wyman! at her home on scores. The honoree received November. M? and Mrs. Roy Edwards and Is eI ,..,...... eI __
,1 ; 4 Cherry street Saturday afternoon,I dainty gift as memento of the oc a S i Its public hearing of plea for daughter Lucille, were the guestsof II ,.... __ IWr. .. a W.. For sale bySmith's
.I honoring Mrs. Tom Busch. of Lake! casion. executive clemency late Friday Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Jones Sunday as eI ad.5- _. .... '-
recent bride AMERICAN: LEGION and went into closed session to afternoon.Mr. p..IMa, ,.... aka.u eI 1-101 _
City, a and former I
Tho
, resident of Starke. Mae hostess assisted by Miss AUXILIARY TO MEET pas on approximately l.OOO cases Cljrde; Rowe and Fonzo Grif- ,. .Is Es.i p ..........
I Patchett, served "
':; Roses and zinnias, decked the salad a tempting !this week. tie were visitors. In our section a.. - ,.., --- ... Service
j : living room where the guests were course to the following The American Legion Auxiliary i One of the last cases heard by ;unday afternoon. --- ,.... ..
c at Scores Tuests: Mrs. T. T. Long. Mrs. D. will hold Its regular meeting Wednesday the board was that of Arthur C. Mrs. C. Johns and daughters.
play. were kept on tallies r.
.4 Carpenter. Mrs.
H. C. Rltch. afternoon. Oct. 28th at the Hicks Gainesville.\who sought to Ida Mae and Jeannette
visiting
were
of bridal motif and the HAROLD
during Mrs. C. StationStarLe
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B. WALL
McLendon Mr .
Tom homo of Mrs. Green at 330
Floyd
play candy was served on the ta Huscb win a commutation of his sentence her sister, Mrs. E. E. Greene

_ ;, bl.... At the ,conclusion of the Miss.Lake Madge City. Miss Ethel Crlfrin. o'clock. Hostesses for the afternoon to the electric chair for the Thursday. INSURANCE

games prizes were awarded Mrs. Miss Harriett Rltch.Mlddleton. and I Mm. Wtlmor will be. Mrs. Floyd Green and first degree murder of his wife In r hire Anna Sanders and Juanita I Fla.
ItoIUendorf.
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"" nationalities' day afternoon visiting Mrs D. W. Mr. and Mra. A. B. Crosby and : : \

Hazen. little Bon, Glen were visiting her I,r.
t( I' Miss Zulena Waters and Mrs. parents, Mr. and Mra. L. R. Galney

'- very that proud our Hardy of the Tung Oil Farm spent here Wednesday.. '.
and pray Friday afternoon here visiting
1\\ of our friendn. TRAIN SCHEDULE
and all sur Mr. and Mrs. Roy Thomas and -
regular Mrs. Matthews of Jacksonville, Effective/ Sunday, August 8U
! held at the I were here last week-end visiting schedule changes and trains will
. night a I their mother, Mrs. Alice Thomas. run aa follows:
: to have Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Waters spent No. 107, southbound due Starke.,
'' in Sunday at Alachua and Bell. 10:40 a. m. '.
J in and look Mrs. R. A. Fonworth drove over No. 1, southbound due Stark, f
. ; Ideas to Jacksonville Friday and spent 10:39 p. m.
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and Mr. Joe Douglass and Mrs. Ret- 5:30: p. m.
1 ta Brown and children of Alachua, No. :2, northbound, due Stark.
IA :! were visiting Mrs. D. W. Hazen 6:10: a. m. i
d) Sunday afternoon. Wanaee Branch
I I Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot of No. 101 leaves Starke 7 a. m. it
Starke were here Sunday visiting No. 102 arrives 2:40: p. m. F
' Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Osteen. T. J. Griffin Agent' .
I .) Rev. Lloyd Johns of Lacrosse, "i..
'. was visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Closing of Malls t
1 at Union Markey Sunday. Train No. 107 south 10:20: a. m.' ':
t : Mrs. R. Mrs. E. B. Redd was visiting her Train No. 108, north, 5:20 p. m.
Mrs. L. mother Mrs. Jo Harrell of Lacrosse Night mails close 8 p. m. .J.

Misses Thursday. Starke & Bell Branch:
" : Mrs. W. O. Rimes of Lake But-
Mr. and Mall cloaea 7 a. m.
ler, and Mr. Ruel Dukes of Dukes,
Mrs. I. B. Mall arrives 2:40: p. m. )
to were visiting Mrs. T. W. Markeylast
L. Gasklns
! Monday. Blue Dim Schedules
t!! I Mrs. I. R. Corn of Beach, I
attended Long Northbound: 8:01: a. m., 1:21: p.
( : Saturday Calif., la here visiting her brother, m., ':IS: p. m., 8:21: p. m., 6:00 a.
t Mr. Lewis Shriver.
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'! Mr. T. B. Plnholster, J. D. Baxter -
Harris of Southbound: 9:34: a. m., 11:34: a.
visiting Mrs. G. B. Colaon Mr. and Mrs. I m.. 4:34: p. m., 7:34: p. m., 12:47: a. '. !r
L. A. Brown attended the New Rlv Tickets and Information at
return- er Association at Pine Grove on Smith's Service Station, next to a

spending a Wednesday. courthouse.: 1 .;ji
> Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Crews were b
t of his als-
I visiting Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Pln- tJ
bolster In Lake City last week. Leeaburg-Gelger'a Department .,
; | Adkins and Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Norgburgof store Installed mcn'a clothing de- '
and Mr. and
i Orlando, were week-end guestsof partment. : t
: Oak spent
her mother Mrs. E. J. Ward.
guest of Mr, Jacksonville Ground broken'
hazes is visiting friends In '
Alph for construction of large Sunday .I:
Greensboro.Mr.
' of Water- school building for Hendrlcka Me-
: and MBS. McAllister of
Mrs. R. N. morial Methodist church, South. '
Gainesville were here Monday vis- .f
Hersey Mr. iting Mrs. M. P. Maheny. Winter Haven-W. II. Fruit cU.-. t.
of Ever: Mr. Emory Maheny and Miss trlbutor Inc., capitalized at $3OOO: I :
' 1'A of Mra. Fannie Thomas were quietly mar- granted charter. ,
ried at the home of Judge GardinerOct.
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Mrs. James happiness. They will make their {
hilib I :! home at Brooker for the present.Mr. Say it with Flower
Frank Crawford of Lake
)fad [I : :'. Butler passed through here Tues :
day enroute to Lacrosse. Flowers'For All
I .1'.1'I Mr. and Mrs. John Mott were dr';.
I Cor. business visitors In Starke Tues Occasions '
sda : I I : day.Rev. .:'f;
I McGauley attended church eta-- - -- ?

Haul ared' 1 I i Saturday were af services a* China Groce last Sun-I I GERTRUDE GODBEY t;'

d'to I I day.Miss Lois Gnlney who haa been ANDERSON ,rat
Lewis and spending a few days In Jacksonville -
visitors with her sister, loin A. n. Phone 39 Waldo, Fla W
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ora I and H. J. "'
ord { i with Phone STEAM PRESSING CO. Suits .vf,

Waters of 52 T. Frank Thoman, Prop. Cleaned & p'a I

ofd ,' hazes and FELT IIATS Cleaned and Blocked Reshaped'

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r COLUMN son, Alton of Hastings, spent Sun were accompanied by their grandmother BEST GRADE 'WHOLE GRAIN FLINT RIVER
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SALE-Pew beds of straw-' Judge and Mrs. G. A. Gardiner. who has been visiting there. ,i c CORN RICE SYRUPCallon59c

?>y plants, second runners. L.f Mrs. R. V.. Turner and family Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Dam and BEEF15c r

f een. It- and Mrs. F. B. Johns attended daughters, Marjorie and Ida Lulu .. pounds19c
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children. Box 45: Route 2, N. D. Bumgarner II Beach.
Mrs.
Ike. It.RENTFurnished Mr. and JERSEY CREAM WHITE RING PANCAKE
visited Mr. and Mrs. R. U. Bum-
garner In Gainesville Sunday after- Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Matthews had FLOUR
house 8"J noon. aa their guests Sunday, Mrs. A. M. FLOUR
*W per month. For Richard. Mrs. D. H. Edwards Mr. BUTTER38c

.- oamboo 5c a cane, oleander Sunday school day observed at and Mrs. George Mozo and son 241bs.65c Package---
foaes
25c and !OOc, arbre r
e. $1. the Methodist church last Sunday Walter of Jacksonville.Mr. UP TO your ears In work-
A. E. Dunham. .
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of Mrs. Ferryman every
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TALLoW Interesting and helpful. and Mrs. A. M. Hodgsuu No wonder you snap at the wife H'
ruts your A LEAKY TOP was little daughter. Peggy, and Miss and bark at the children.! Overworked FANCY PINKSALMON Goodwlfe-Pan Gold 23c Can Rosedale ,
automobile. Tops Beach Watch out
nered and rotten Mrs. J. J. Canova, Mrs. George June Sullen of Daytona nerve may lead to SWplenn-
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re- vacation
c eot Miss Mary Canova motored pent several days of his FLOUR PEACHES
Good work: Reasonable Flynn and and ness, Nervous Headache, Ncrv
Mr.
Thursday here with their parents
'es to Jacksonville ou* Indigestion and a bout of
Ogden
Igbts, Keystone the day. Mrs. J. J. Bullen other unpleasant' disturbance
Fla. and spent
lQ.18-U- Why don't you try Dr. Mile** TallIQc l '
Two and Mrs. W. K. Turner and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Saul are Effervescent Nervier Tablet? 241bs.j55c 2 for35c ,
Mr.
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nm, eye glaeaes hell of Palatka, were spending this week la Almn Go, Just on. In a half glass ofwat.r .. .
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ken'. lost tame box, one pair the of Mr. and Mrs. George, with Mrs. Saul's parents. They makes a pleasant park- - -- __ on. .. ,-_ '"- -- -. ..-_ ,_
guests
In ling drink delightfully soothing
Starke or be- ( will return to Starke next week, :

se and S tarke address aDd in Hampton Flynn Sunday.- and Mr. Saul plans to re-enter the to Dr.over-taxed Miles' nerve Nerrin. la flOW I IIftlld. Iceberg Sweet# Potatoes '
box Lib-
reward for return Mrs. J. E. Jordan of Wrlghta- grocery: business. In two formLlqaId and l y
to J. S. APPIES25c
days Tablet. Both havethe
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Miss u..
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daughter
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Hosiery dan. Moore are glad to know that at your drug store - -15c
Special she Is improving from an operation
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sox:, "tched Messrs. Charles
n20prs. $1. LadJea' bnpertectI'lfttar.u ton spent Wednesday at Glenwood hospital. Mrs. Moore U expectedto or LaTournr". 'ru' 14 f
knee: home in the near future. COFFEEHouse 7? pl ,
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Improved Packages a t,

Bean J&sslds and leaf rollers, I Weekly from Dome Demonstration AUCTION

r Florida cabbage growers who. In which try to eat up the fall bean bpeciiiUiit, Talliihuimtx

q Conducted ByI recent years have found their mar: crop are reasonably easy to control CONTRAct

kets gradually slipping away from explains Dr. A. N. Tissot. as- '

: T. DYER County Agent them, would do well to consider sistant entomologist with the Flor- LET'S CAN GUAVAS _I //Wynne

JOSS PEARL JORDAN Home Demonstration Agent points which have enabled competitors ida Experiment Station. Ferguson

i: .. to win and adopt practices The ja sld. sometimes called A pantry well stocked with guava I t Author of "PRACTICAL AUCTION ...
r. that will help to regain the lost leaf-hopper end green fly. is a pale delicacies will contribute greatlyto

F I J I1 FARMERS LIVE EDDFNS TRANSFERRED markets. says M. R. Ensign truck I green wedge-shaped insect aboutan the live-at-home program. A Copyright 1931.by HoyU,Jr.
TO POTATO
AT HOME TO MEET FROM CORN horticulturist at the Florida Experiment eighth of an inch in length. It. heavy crop of this fruit is now on

PRICES DISEASE: INVESTIGATIONDr. Station. Certain of the slits the mid-rib and larger veins. baud. Guavas may be canned plain ARTICLE No. I
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THE Southeastern markets formerly of the leaves and lays'whitish eggs preserved spiced made Into butteror
A. H. Eddins, corn disease dominated Florida have been ;' It U really remarkable that the .
by on the lower side. The Insect feeds paste. made Into catsups or relishes experts( still -
Florida farmers must meet the investigator with the Florida Experiment won over to Texas cabbage despite by sucking sap from the leaves. It I or the Juice may be cannedfor ', of certain hands, but such is the fact. The following Tmn.vXr t'tl' >!
present low prices tor their products Station, has been transferred the fact that Florida has from $2 I also feeds stock. 'raitted to leading exocrt. and they failed to agrwonanvdX''"'"
: on potatoes punch and Jelly <>i
; i by cooperating and living at from here to Hastings to $8 per hamper advantage in tomatoes cowpeas. eggpiants'l, Canned Guavaa I to show that there is still very much to learn a&out& Auction $ .
home. College of Agriculture workers where be will work with potato diseases even ly the experts! before they can be certain that thlrlu*
: transportation charges.Mr. grasses. There are several ways of can- theories are COI'nCt! This very variety of opinion howeverT.i prt?"
r recently explained In the first effective 15 the state boardof Ensign and others who have Since It is a sucking insect It will ning guavas. They may be canned and make.it the roost interesting ever- played. At long the, :"*

r of a series of radio talk about control has Just announced.Dr. studied the situation! believe that not eat poison and has to be killed whole peeled or unpeeled; may be enters into Auction as strongly as it now doe, there as it bSuS1!*

;k making a living at home.Opening .. Eddins will continue the thi.. Iou of market is largely due by suffocction. Among the materials halved needs removed by means variety of opinion. Here's hoping that it always continues t .L.
Dean William work of Dr. C. M. Tucker who resigned -
the
f series. to two causes-Varieties and poor which will suffocate' the Jassld of the dilver or fruit press and the
"Florida farmers August 1 to work with the ; Hand No. I one club five
Newell or
I explained, packing. Round-headed varieties, are Black Leaf 40 Red Arrow, Evergreen pulp returned to halves and cooked I the clubs. The syj5
of ,Missouri. He has opinion that the
ar.lnaboutthebeatahapeOfftflYone. University
such as Copenhagen Market seem Kaloil and DerrlsoL The with them; or shells and pulp may S Y I to pass and handialoo
They still have their homea been with the Station for three to firmer heads and be 1 not strong en
produce Black Leaf 40 may be used eitheras be cooked separately.Wash sABsS .we-club: bid: so
to give them shelter, their livestock and one half years, and Is the author than the Z would bid 011I
desirable
more pointed i It i.
a spray with Penetrol or Sofyne remove blossom end. Peel a very tricky hand
and poultry to Five them meat and of the state's bulletin about I heads of the Wakefield type. as a spreader with Penetrol or So- If skin Is blemished in any way. should bid one heart Z hal bitiii 6:'
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p their fields to provide feed corn diseases in Florida. He has fleartsJ,9,7,6,2ClubsA.7,4 porting: hand. a
used in : That tact
eggs. The hamper shipping
I fyne as a spreader, or as a nicotine Cook 2 to 3 minutes (according to 1 alOllt.,
for livestock, their gardens to feed also written a press bulletin about Florida to have several cient to eliminate the
cabbage seems sulphate dust. The other materialsare size and ripeness of fruit) in boilIng Diamonds K, 10, 8, 7 There fiyt-d..
; their families and the best climate fumigating oats for smut. may veryCONTRACT well be
and Mr. En-
It
points against I
used
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I as liquid sprays and will thin or medium syrup.; This Spades-A hearts and not
Business depressions R. K. Voorhees has been appointed a game in duI5.
) on earth. sign recommends the adoption of give a more''complete clean-up, preliminary cooking is given in- order all. the writer prefers
can't take these away from the assistant plant pathologistto the Los Angeles lettuce crate. This though they' are more expensive. to have a full pack when pro- Rubber game{ no score. What should this band, a one-dub

farmer." continue the corn disease Inves- crate measures 13x18x21 5-8 inches; Spraying the leaves with bordeaux cessing is completed. If "peach"pack I Z, .* dealer, bid with the foregoing;
Now la the tlmo, he said for tigations. He received an M. S. loads well and tends to -'' hand? BIDDING:
Inside perfect mixture tends to prevent the Jas-I is desired and guavas are I[ :
farmers to be thankful for these degree from the University of FlorIda refrigeration. A few shipments aids from At Contract, the hand
them.
r j 'I laying eggs on large and thick meated,-halves maybe AUCTION BIDDING i 1h
F and more of them. It last June, and for the past year passed.
things grow similar to onion bags have
in
bags The adult leaf roller
Is a bluish'I packed In Jars, after very slight, The only question in this hand is:
i : t Is the time for them to plan ahead has been working as graduate thesishe assistant given promise, and this may be a butterfly with long streamers on I pre-cook" la overlapping layers. I. Shall the dealer hid! one, no trump or I Hand No. 4
I and just as to Dr. Eddins. For a
economize organize possibility. I I the surface of the leaves. The The concave surface of each half one heart? The no trump bid seems the Hearts- l 10 .
big business baa done. presented a discussion of Fusar- I When the cabbage are shipped in caterpillar that hatches cuts two should be downward and the bios- better as it gives partner more accurate Clubs- 7, 5,3
t I Modem time have caused the turn wilt of corn. hampers, many ofthe- hampers. arrive information. With this bid, partner will Diamonds. J J.B, ,
slits In the leaf folds back the 4,3,1,Z
flap som end should face the glass. Adda
:be deceived but if Z I
farmer.to farm for money, W. T. not should bid one Spades 5, 1,2
the market broken bulged
f on between themh binds It down with
of with each
tablespoon heart there is
I _Nptttpii______.. district__n_. extension agent 4-H. ACHIEVEMENTS with loose covers, and otherwise in syrup a very strong chance -
: ; silken threads and bides in this layer. Process quarts 20 minutes that the bid will deceive partner arc : Y
been 1
he has
: explained. "To this end TO BE CELEBRATEDON an unattractive condition. The shelter except when feeding. with each layer. Process quarts 20 probably result in a big loss. The only : A B.

farming and thus has filled the NATIONAL CHAIN hampers are not adapted to refrigeration The leaf roller lives by eating minutes at boiling. argument in favor of the heart bid It : Z I

i: i world with a surplus and found since packing the car with portions of the bean leaf and will Guiivs. Paste) that it is a safer bid than no trump -
himself In want. It is time to The end of another successful ice Increases the breakage of thus eat Lead ) because, if Z's ace of clubs and spadec No score, first Ramc Zctallwl'
l : 4 about-face and farm to build a year of 4-H club achievements will hampers. Cabage In the middle of a stomach poison. Use 1 part sugar to 2 parts guava sic taken out of his hand, he may not one no trump and A (patd.) \v
4 first then coast-to-coast arsenate is the recommend poison.It pulp. The pulp or pomace left be able to score one no trump. This is should Y bid with theforegoinjlsAUCTION {
make living
home and a be celebrated over a do not cool well under
the hampers may be applied to the leaves as from Jelly drip or the pulp from true but seems to be more than offset
make the needed cash. Such farmIng network of 31 stations of the National refrigeration. 5 with 23 ,1 by the probable loss resulting from
f a dust using pounds fresh guavas may be used. Put BIDDING:
be asserted. will build a rural Broadcasting Company Sat- Florida cababge also often accept I deceit of .
partner.
!
and Influences pounds of hydrated lime or as a through dilver or fruit press to remove There are two possible bidnith
t home with its traditions urday, November 7. This annual account of
a penalty on poor hand either
,
: spray. using 1 pound to 50 gallons seed. Measure. Cook until a pass or a two-d
and one In which there Is radio celebration, begun last year Too loose leavesare CONTRACT BIDDING: bid. In the
trimming. many I writer'eopinion
of water 2 3 of ,a tak
-adding or pounds | thick, add and cook until the
sugar In Contract
pride of ownership. Is a national recognition for the left to the heads. where game must be with a minor suit "bust" unotil
_ are compared : hanging pounds of lime to prevent burning. mass clings to spoon as It is stir: contr1 for, it is always better: ta: I liable. There h.nrl.
completed by are mnnv
prices activities successfully round-
When present
V _ _ If Florida plant
growers The two Insects can be controlled bid t 'I rather than I in "-
l.
red. The faster the product is no jmp, warrant a take-out of
levels farm a no t
: I' with pre-war 845,000 4-H club members duringthe headed varieties and improve their with one spraying simply by mix-i doubt. >,t ;.inds. One heart i i., therefore -
cooked
_________ United States are paying the clearer It will be. It is by partner with a minor luit-
in the year. Mr. believes that the bid.Hand.
ers Ensign
_ _ and packs, big the lead arsenate with one of: possible, however, to bake it In a proper as a two-suiter or a minor I
their living that will be
27 percent more of Florida stations a will again dominate the
they strong enough to indicate chj.
the for
suggested jasslds.
sprays slow with occasional stir.
oven an
and receiving WJAZ I Mr. :3
production necessities part of the network are southeastern markets. :Same-but no hand juttifieiii
i 28 percent less for what they Jacksonville! WIOD. Miami, and The paste may be molded cut in take-out because of weahea!! ]

i( t, have to sell declared Dr. C. V. WSUN. St. Petersburg. Beginningat FARMERS STILL NEED I squares, placed on cardboard and : Y minor suit take-out is not of tH

Noble agricultural economist. 1:230 p. m., eastern standard HELP OF TEACHERS wrapped in waxed paper or prefer sA B I type as the take-out with t,
Z
dollar has a FAUM PROGRAM ably In cellophane. It may be f't t hearts. In the latter case!, tl
"Thus the farmer's time they will broadcast 19: minutes WRUF AND INVESTIGATORSBy

purchasing power of approximately from the U. S. Department of "The Voice of Florida" I molded In small wooden or tin Hearts-I{, Q, 10,9, 7 always weakness a chance take-out for game In clubs;butt or 1

58 centa when measured in the Agriculture at Washington. D. C. A ) ( Spuds Jobnson.) boxes, first lining the boxes with Clubs-none monds, there is practically ncJ

relationship of what he has to sell 30-mlnutes local program plannedby Although times may seem pret- carefully fitted oil paper. The pulp Diamondl-7,2 f % chance for game. with a hand

and what he needs to buy. At the the University of Florida Agri- Farm radio listeners will be of- ty hard now it Is certainly no time should be canned in season and the Spades-Q, J. 10,8,4,3'No : type, it always is better to pin I

I same time Industrial wages are cultural Extension Service will follow fered many helpful talks during for retrenching in the agencies giving paste made as needed. score rubber game.What shouldZ little hope that 'your' partner till lm|
?, as
t 107 percent above pre-war levels. and then the final minutes next week's Florida Farm Hour assistance to agriculture. County o as dealer, bid with the foregoing. posCONTlACT

t In Florida he added, the picture will come from Washington.The broadcasts from state radio station and home demonstration agents, CITRUS CROP ESTIMATEDAT hand? .1 .iDDIXC i :

: doea not seem as dark since the national part of the programwill WRUF according to the program the Experiment Station vocational 28,500,000 BOXESFlorlda's In Cntr: ere a tioi
of commodities feature the U. S. Marine Band announced by the Universityof AUCTION BIDDINGS: '
leading groups just teachers, and others are needed The hand mu raeJ.IlanJ .
: t fruits and vegetables. are relaUvely and two short Inspiring talks. The [ Florida Agricultural Extension now as never before. In times like citrus crop for the comIng There Z are three bid one possibilities spade In heart thienancU
may one
,, higher In price than other farm main feature on the local programs I Service. These programs will be these they are proving their worth season is estimated at 28,500- ur pass. The writer is of tile oiinicn No. 5

products. will be 4-H boys and.girls who will: on the air from noon to 1245 eastern over and over again. 000 boxes by H. A. Marks statistician that one spade is the best call. The

.' In view of these facts. a Uve-at- tell of their achievements. stadnard time, each day. Production particularly cheaper for the U. S. Department of hand is too strong to pau and the : A Ti 11

home program for farmers was State radio station WRUF. located The program follows: production is still important. Agriculture. Oranges, Including :jpade bid i is preferable to the heart bids :: Z :1

'J, never more important than at the here will broadcast a special4H Sat., Oct. 24-Florida Farm These agencies have helped farm- tangerines. are estimated: at 16- the former suit is much the stronger;

present time. Those who have been : club achievement program News'and Hints U. S. Farm Science : ers towards cheiper production 500,000 boxes and grapefruit. at 12- and the one that should be the trutrp lfeart-A, I,4:

following such a program are now [from noon to 12:45.: Snapshots. md are still helping them. How- 000,000 boxes. CONTRACT BIDDING: Clubs-K:., lOllS
E "Well. I ain't got no Mon. Oct. 26-The Home Flockof The total crop last season was At IJiamon s -- K, Q), ID.* -
able to say, I 3ver, many of them are now giving Contract there are two choicer, QNo
money but got plenty of hog and MORE POULTRY IN WALTON Chickens-Norman R. Mehrhof. attention to helping the farmer around 35,000,000 boxes about either a three spade bid or a pass. The Spades score-rubber game.it at*

hominy." Well might they add The Home Cow-Hamlin L. Brown. market his products to advantage, 10,000,000 oranges and 16,000,000 latter seems preferable. Z, as dealer, bid with the! f .

4, milk.., eggs. and vegetables. DeFunlak Springs. Fla. Four Fruits for North and West Florida and helping him to understand grapefruit. Hand No.3 hand?
...:... Smith. Compared with last season the
years ago there were about four J. Lee price stands and factors that bearon
.. t is from two to three weeks AUCTION BIDDING:
SAVING TIlE 8UUTLU3Montlcello. commercial poultrymen in Walton TUBS., Oct. Fumigating! Corn farming situations. crop t Y J ,
c ) county. Today there are over 60 for Weevlls-J. R. Watson. Controlof They 'are educating farmers to later. The average fruit Is a little sA B i The dealer may bid! either e

Flu. Over 10.000 and they own 30,000 birds reports House Rats Cartyle Carr. cheaper: production. the production smaller, but it is still growing. The t Z I trump or refuse one to club.bid over No one adayi notei)
and show that and players
containers of fruits vegetables Mitchell Wllkins" Farm Question Box. better reports dropping
) County Agent of better quality products Hearts if tbebave/ the lead andanesuUnsuit.
meats have been saved since January Wed., Oct. 28-BuUdlng a Dairy I packing ad grading, improved splitting of fruit Is no heavier than J. 7,2Ciubs.QJ., 10.8.7.5,4 For that reason, cab IlIn;

1 by 46 Jefferson county Limit your kill instead of kill Herd-Dr. R. B. Becker. Diseasesof I methods in handling products after last year. Diamonds-A or a void suit,it always is bttterto

______ women who have Just reported to your limit seems to be the orderof Calves-Dr. E. F. Thomas. they are harvested, the understanding Spades-A a suit than no trump. In this MM III

MIss Ruby Brown, home demon- the day for duck hunting this Thurs., Oct. 29-Feeding Beef of price cycles and how to take HOUSEHOLD NOTES No score, first game. What should Z, singleton spade makes tie bid not 1

_ _. stration agent. Most of the women year. Cattle-W. J. Sheely.' Farm Re- I advantage of them and the understanding as dealer, bid with the foregoing hand club a better bid than one
The two best sources of vitaminsare
to use this feed In the at Washington.
are planning porter of conditions which have
__________ tomatoes AUCTION BIDDING: CONTRACT BIDDING:
and
Miami :Mr. and Mrs. Oct. 30( -Varieties of Cabbage pineapple. Try
: home. Beach FrU Important bearing on farm mar- ii
TbCie are three possible courses of In Contract there! ra
I them In this combination called_
Irving Reuter erecting 9123,000: for Florida-M. R. Ensign. .
ction la this hand; Z may pass bid The proper bid! is o 1111 club.I
__ Let the hogs harvest their own residence on Biscayne bay near. Lowering the Costs of Producing kets.As a result of this assistance Trafalgar Square Salad: Cut four

__________ feed. This saves time and labor. 35th street. Citrus-EL F. DeBusk. which has been given over a period slices of plnneapple In halves. Peel
I tomatoes and cut them In eight Avon Park-, First carload of Mount Dora Local'opened. 'tb
of and is still being giv
years thick slices. On lettuce leaves lay grapefruit .whipped from here dur-1 .
Farmers as a class are gainIng -
_- en. an overlapping row of pineapple, ag recent day. .r Umltilli Further hflP
SCHOOL DAYS DWIG much valuable knowledge. Theyare
By gradually working out of the another slice of tomato, and so on. St. Peterbburg Annual state I I ments made at city park.

class of blind producers and get- Dress with French dressing to convention of Florida State Dental Umitllla: Allendile Hate

ting Into the class of business which chopped green pepper and Society to be held here November ipoce4 feed store i= room fo

1-t farmers. Economic conditions are pimento has been added. This iit. occupied by City jnrket

; serves eight. Jacksonville Max Moss plans West Palm Beach Ee
S PesMe us going to force this process to con-
MA'I ?
,T J \l/ 5. 14_ 55 CASe SWO wOC ((1( ::Jnua to lend valuable assistance hi It takes more than a toothbrushto construction of one-story mercantile Airport being Improved.
%H 5.tef P5Lp.g* Iv freshen mouth in the building at Street lie
TeA3Ut tho your morn- corner King and I! Ct. Augustine
?. eu process.It is to cut taxes but Inl:. If you eat: a fruit with nitIf Park streets. ,rt ", reduced
necessary !
v "ural acids that turn alkaline in the
ur county and home demonstration -
-
c
I body, that Is "
.l : agents teachers: and research another step In the '

? ./,,rlr.ers should certainly not be right direction. Pineapple is sucha
'T6 fruit, and that's what makes it I
'will so STRAWBERRY\ PLANTS
: jut off or we farmers surely
_ '! day the penalty. suitable for breakfast.: Try the
t I crushed form in: combination with I
(
ELL DRESSED!: POULTRY I your cereil), or drink a glass of unsweetened Owin? to the dry-like conditions around Starke.
ro own pineapple Juice and everything -
SPoit
: : vrb fou OOHT t>oIT Ounlcy. Fla,-Close to $4.000, you eat will taste better( and Lawtey we are ma'nnj: very special prices on
worth of dressed poultry his been
JACOBS :all day I i your wants in both Missionary and Blakemore ber
3ol4 the 'firm of
: by women Cads- !
I
4eTJ: -- -- 1t: sse C" :? Jen oounty since February 1, re- No known drug or combination I ry plans. See our agents Brownlee Bros., Starke,

., ,orts Miss Elise Laffitte, home if drugs when fed to poultry will and G. W. Roberts of Lawtey, Fla, who will take
'.emon tratlon agent. The women increase
"
production
: : ' egg nor will your order.
_ rro also selling canned fruits and \ny known drug increase: fertility

vegetables after enough for home :>r hatchabllity.Tnmpa You know Bauer, plants of quality and we know
homo use has been saved.: Recently

they. filled: rn order for 1,000 cans Tampa Tcrrica: hotel how to ship your plants on time and give you real'

.' ",,"cl-l "soup mltture. 1M'!". service. So get busy at once and place your order

for what you may want.


Wake, Dp.Your Liver Bile 1 J. A. BAUER




-Without Calomel TilE STRAWBERRY PLANT MAN

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. 11LR *!. 19S1 .. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH 8TARKK. FLORIDA fAOB SEVEN
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I I DAILY BIBLE READINGS last Sunday evening with Margaret raw material for these drinks are Winter Garden --- Construction branded with !letter-- X. together with.

October 23 vVlUlnma as leader. produced in Florida, the orange in of R. D. Keene & Co. packin; ill their Increnee.B.. K..

L Q ,Maavla's Making Haste to Ee: Rich:-He 7:0'0: p. m. Evening worship, particular being the best o. the: rlint progressing rapidly. PICRRTMAN.Special: Maatar, t tQ

that by usury and unjust gain In- song and sermon. kind in the country. Florida is a an m'City Foundation laid Solicitor M. JOHNS for, Conplalnaet.

'I crefiseth his substance he shall Prayer meeting Wednesday eve leading producer of tomatoes and for. cotton warehouse to be erectc ..1.-1.-.. '

gather it for him that will pity the ning at 7:30.: ships hundreds of cars every year a conjunction: with string[ of warehouses : I l-NOTICE_or APPLICATION

tflOX 119:105. poor. A faithful man shall abound A cordial Invitation to all our to northern markets. Tomato ;Julca of Southern ICraft Corpora T\X DieteD roa
hlit unto patk-Ptalni : I r
a amp aflo m7 eeet. M. i my I in blessings; but he that moketh cervices extended to all.METHODIST. Is now sold In cans. |tii.. here. MoKver Notice, holder In hereby of tax given certificate bat N.TV...

All relleiou" teaching( doctrine or hnsto to be rich shall not be Innocent. i i Jacksonville! - JohnVal11.:!.<:c no, Fourth day of July, A. r>. 197.. I
I : if to .-Proverbs 28: 8, 20. nnnlture Ci formally opened II' I has filed said certificate In my .rrl... t
nr evotionn > creed, le must harmonyc Quincy-The new dnm lice l 1.\1( and made application for tax deed te
Dand of In October 24 ---- 131 Croad street lumie thereon In acoordanee
I ] all' W I proving veritable paradise not I wlta
flovelojJiingto'J' / cWwh Into fold and crevice law Bald nertlfloate embrace
Christ's :
t Eenediction tbe
Peace I "Practice makes perfect, we only for the men folks of this mir Thomas Jefferson Holol > following described
48 sec
property eltr!
I -
''i and of whom it wa.aaid in John? "NEVER MANLIKE leave with you, my peace I give un- are told. We have found It easy tion, but the women also. More being redecorated at cost of ated In Bradford County, Flerld, 3

TifcS MAN." |Ito you; not as the yorld glveth, to follow the way most used. If a women .nre fishing these days than about 10000. I I to-wlt One :acre In Northeast eoraer ef .l

and Union countlen are Invited to niti this Ne-I give I unto: you. Let not your heartbe thing Is worthwhile, why not keepon (lever before. The bamboo fishing' Jacksonville - Seminole Hotcm Southeast' quarter nf Boetbwen.

PO" "' Bradford of church actlvitlea, orcanlzatlon* and announot *- troubled, neither let It be afraid I practicing or repeating It T Take pole business Is good. Most Important -, .king Improvements to cost quarter of, "alan be beginning' M Snath-yard
west
new '
Itltd for freely given and no charge made the only requirements -John 14: 27. worship In the Lord's house, for an Is the fact that the fish I about 10000. quarter. of Southeast oti..rte.

j,, ,1, o ice before Wednesday morning:, October 25 example i Worship can be made attractive taken from Lake Talquln hive pr.'-j :.t. Petersburg Building per and yard run, Ea West.t leg tea yards yards, Nortl Borth> 44 14.*

''ft III athPV cannot he handled fur current limue. Road to Success Commit thy and helpful and easy to do vided many a dinner for the r\m'-! mlts for city' reached: total orf $12:: yards 1 to beirlnnlne' 'In Section I'.

; way unto the Lord; trust also In by practice. It Is easy to too how lies here. Somebody asked the other 100 during September. Township containing 7,It South acree, Ranee 11 nasty

1 tbeut I heads; I am clean: from henceforth him; and he shall bring It to pass. a "mortgage la like a plaster easy day what the name of the lake I Tampa Florida avenue beautl under The the' .: .T3'tI: of said proaertj

, 8&i1lIDA 8CM001 I I will go pinto the Gentiles." At Rest In the Lord and wait patiently to put on but hard to get off. The means. It lu made up from two fled.Apopka the name of J. J. Byrd leaaeeTwte. u'In

164 LESSON I Antioch in Pialdla (Acts 13:40): the for blm.-Psalm 37:. 5, 7. same principle holds In the highest I'I words-Tallahassee and Quincy.!I Julia Dunham's Beau deemed.
II I Jews contradicted Paul and Barn- October 20 walks of life It Is easy to tie on The power company named the ty Salon preparing to open ir.Witherlngton will Issue arcordlnr thereon on to the law ills ray of A

" abas and blasphemed, and they said The Measure of Mercy Have to good or bad; but,' equally hard lake this way because it divides building. November Dated thle A.11th n. 1911.

totl" R OCTOBER M, 1931 "seeing ye -Judge yourselves unworthy mercy upon me, O God, accordingto to get away from either. Leon and Gadsden counties. New Smyrna Recently remod D.1881. day of October, A. ;

'00th cf: Paul In Corinth. of everlasting life, lo, we thy loving kindness: accordingto l>'Oe*. with us Sunday at 11 a. m. eled and completed home of local' (Seal) Clericf ALDERMAN

ioq taText: "Now abldeth faith, turn to the Gentiles." And some- the multitude of thy tender mercies and 7:30: p. m. Tampa-The "Bay of Flames," Elks dedicated. Br.dford CoUBtirNOTICR Clrralt, Plert'da' .,

tit, './ rarity, these three; but the time after today's lesson Paul was blot out my transgressions.Psalm .- A which has been a nightly attraction Graceville Work on new state 10.11t. 1.13.

'1 I of these la charity." I Cor. at the City of Epheaua and "went Cl: 1. SAXTON for home folks for nearly two I !ighway connecting with Old Span. or

shah into the synagogue and spake." October 27 weeks, now has become the objective jlsh Trail at Chipley and running TAX APPLICATION I>>KKU<< pR .I,

' I II Text: Acts 18: 1.17; Irat Doubtless that was a synagogue of Trustful Waiting Our soul Py chinv) every first and third of motorists from points as by way of this city to Bee Line n Notice Thomas le, holder of tai certlflcate

lutli the Jews. It seems, then that this waiteth. for the Lord: He Is our Sundays at 3 p. m., by Rev. W. B. distant as Atlanta, Brunswick, and highway, seven miles north of here, Nn.1 197.: tiled; t sad of July. A.
dub Truth: "Persona of dlfintereBts. "turning to the Gentiles," meant help and our shield.-Psalm 33: 20. Christy of the Lawtey Matholllj other Gergla points and even Do- to start soon.NOTICE office 1" ?, ha and. made certificate n soy? ")I

grades of Intel- "1D that city," but not for all time, October 28 j I ch'irch. Preaching services on sec- than and Annlston, Ala., and week deed to Issue thereon application In accordance for lax

and background of experty because at future times Paul The Thirsty Land O God, thou |Ond and fourth Sunday at 11 end motor parties from these cities, the with. following law. Bald described certificate embraeee 'I

Il and should dwell" togethve preached to the Jews in syna are my God; early will I seek thee; o'clock by Rev. Sellers of Jacksonville were among the thongs that crowdat OF APPLICATION FOR In Bradford county property, Florida elttmtnil -* i

in the church. gogues. Paul then left the syna- my soul thlrsteth for thee, and my and singing in the afternoonat Bayshore Boulevard until late: Is TAX DEEUNotice J. lo-I.ote witt.t 1
or East half of
Berea! where we left Paul gogue at Corinth, "and entered Into' flesh longeth for thee In a dry 3:00: o'clock. Everybody Invited. at night, watching the weirdly Lewis. t..e: fbaIl't: IWoateEN r.lvlniraton Trubv: .*; Company'Block. Subdivision 19-, ,I,
lesson he "went to Ath- certain man's bouse, named Justus land.-Psalm 63: 1. 4B the 4th day of August, A. D of Northeast quarter of :
sat a thirsty beautiful display of natural fireworks 19i., has filed said certificate 'In mv: Northeast quarter Section 18
university city of Paul'sC one that worshipped God, October 29 Lakeland Jefferson-Hirtaell afforded by the waters of office and made, application for tax South .. 11 Bast.hlrt Town. (;'
In Athens only to the Corporation, capitalized at $12,000 d..d to Issue thereon In accordance The asenriment. of said. S .
hard like
1 stayed whose house joined Foliage and Fruit I am Illllsborough and Tampa Bays. On,i I with law Halt' certificate embraces under. the said certificate Issued properly
j weeks. He met and synagogue." At that house he established a green olive tree in the house of granted charter to conduct Insurance previous occasions phosphorescent, the following described property situated In the name of Slim Tlnon.' was ,''i j:

led to the cultured men of a school, or mission, for God: I trust in the mercy of God business. displays lasting two or three nights i to-wlt:In Uradford county, Florida, deemed Unless accnidlna ald certificate. to, law shall, tax reed. i j'

tools\ but they have little at- teaching the doctrines of Christ. for ever and ever. I will praise -. -- have drawn throngs to the bay- South half of Southwest quarter will Issue. thereon on the llth day ..\',

to his preaching of theThere ,"And Crlspua, the chief ruler of the thee for ever, because thou hast Palatka One trainman was shore but the present condition has of Northwest nf Southwest quarter quarter and Northw..tquart.r ftixcept I of pitted November thin ,11th A. n.day 1931.of ,1;

were few converts and synagogue, believed on the Lord done It: and I will wait on thy drowned when the engine and four continued about two weeks, growing 1 acre R of It)'. Section. 9, Tnwn.hlp ID. teal October, A. :"

dtn l church was established. In ,with all his house; and many of the name.-Psalm 02: 8, 9.o CTI of an Atlantic Coast Line more brilliant nightly. The 7 8 The H. amcBament 20 mascontalnlns of said 65 property acree. (Seal) O.Clerk W. AI.DRRMAN Circuit Court 11,

.t I i Paul preached at least one Corinthians hearing:, believed and freight plunged from an open drawbridge luminescence, caused by billions of under the said crrtlflrnte issued was I Bradford County, Florida." '
.
Acts 17:23t : -- I Into the St. Jphns river atruffalo In the name of Mra Ella Lwl. 10lt5tll.il.MAHTKRa. ;
lit ant sermon, I were baptized. The conversion of BAPTIST microscopic sea creatures, ia Unl I.... said certificate shall b. r.-
which the Greek phtlosoph- 'Crlspus must have aided the Christian muff, six miles south of bright enough to make it possible denied according to law, tax de.d .I'I.I.
'I I will' .Issue thereon on the lard day ALF
ened until he began explains church, but it seems that Paul Sunday school at 10 a. m. A. J. here Sunday. The trainman was to distinguish the size and shape of November, A. D. 1911. and Hereby notice I.I given thai enter J,
s.idbt resurrection of the dead, I became discouraged and "Then Thomas, supt. Remember the special R. P. Torrence of Sanford. The of fishes, bits of floating weed and Dated this lard day of October, A. decree by of vltrue foreclosure of that. made certain final .

., hey said, "We will hear theeof spake the Lord to Paul in the night offering on Sunday for state fireman jumped just as the engine other objects In the water and the D. 1931. O. W. Alderman Long tw.nty..xth.d Pro Ifao vie by for A.'.se 7. '
this matter." Our lesson I afraid but I passed Into the trestle and escaped (Best) judicial circuit of Flor" '
rajndl by a vision Be not Missions. pale greenish "flame" edges the Rradforrd countyIFlorida..I ida, In and for flradford eousty. l'Flnrlda.
"After these things Pauled [speak, and hold not thy peace: forI Worship at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p.,, serious injury. Witnessessaid waves and spreads as far as the itO-IS-5t-ll-tO. In Chancery. .. 8lttln&'bon the '$,
from Athens and came to man shall Both morning and evening audiences a boat had just passed through Inafavor of .1\
am with'tbee, and no m. eye can reach.OlusteeWork. of Joseph E.. Wilson 0.: '
It- i." Corinth was about fifty set on thee to hurt thee; for I havemuch' were encouragingly large 1 the draw and the cause of the failure NOTICE or APPLICATION FOR liquidator for Bradford Uonaty trd

touthwtot from Athens. The people In this city.,' God last Sunday. The supreme task of of the train .to stop has not U being pushed la hereby TAX I>BHNotice given) that J. 8 and Dank aralnst, a corporation M. J. Oreen, ae complainant and oIa"lo\"\

the political capital oft to Moses the church in age is to help I been determined. The river where Eunice holder of tax certificate No, teen. his wife, and Willie
u made a similar promise every forward rapidly upon the govern- 187, alit day of Auguet. A. 13. 1921), a* defendants. Rhode. '.
IIea at that time, and the Rom'when be was sent to lead the Israelites ' men to have a vital faith In God. tho engine and four cars sank was ''ment's' new plant of the Bureauof has filed laid certificate In my office The said Special 1 .h

eathe -roconsul bad his residence I' from Egypt and Christ'. On that everything most worth living 1 said to be between 45 and 60 feet Chemistry and Soils, a branchof and Issue made thereon application In accordance for tax deed with In door for sale In In front 1"t'ht'o: ltlb oBfer r

,.,. I "It is said to have had aitlon said to his disciples "Lo, I am with for depends. deep. the Department of Agriculture law. Bald certificate embrace the legal hour Stark.of,sale Florida between durlnar elev the* w
lit that time of 400,000 and Paul "continuedthere Mid-Week services Wednesday. I at Olustee. The plant will contain following described 1 property eltu A. M and Two P. M., on Monday* ,.l
alway, ated In Bradford county Florida, to-
you ,
the Sod .
day of
Blows received in November
It A.
, Jacksonville D. 1931
(up of Jews, ex-soldiers, phlln a year and six months, teaching 7:30: p. m.Come I twelve modern buildings enclosed wit t tn the highest. and best bidder for,
merchants, sailors, freed- them" for our "Ev: ,. a fist fight with Leslie Plummer, Lot IS Wondlawn, Section 11, cash the following described ':
1l the word of God among and help plan i upon a tract of ten acres, and will Township B. South, Itanire II Kunt.. prop. J
Javes trades-people, and othIt 13th so, thit our: 15-year-old schol mate, proved fatal of laid' orty situated In Bradford county, (.
ddvn The lesson also refers to the ery member canvass. be the most complete outfit devot- The amieeiiment property FIr'i.Ia8.to-wit:
was called a very wickedd which Is will do its part in the great today to Herschel Boutwell 17, under the said certificate lieueii wan .... :
chapter of 1 Corinthians, church 1sd to naval stores research In the In the name of Samuel Clark ..-1st quarter nf Section Township
all kinds of vice was prac- called Paul's "Love letter." Southern Baptist program cam- a cripple. Physicians said death United States. J. O. Reed of Wash- Unless said' certificate shall be 1'.- 1 Range 11 East, and also II,the South.ofOsSectionteIS -

under the name and guise It includes, "Charity suffereth paign now being carried on. resulted from cerebral hemmo- ington, is in active charge of the deemed will laaue according thereon: on to the'law 9th tax day deed of I Northwest quarterSouth
itglon. In such a city Paul kind envieth not 4 rhnge. The youths engaged In a of the November, A. Range, II Township T. r
long and Is ; construction new plant, ; Irli ;V.of I EaNll containing. In all It :
.
ADVENTIST Wednesday after Plummer Un'ed title October, A sores ...
he4\ and established a pros- upS SEVENTH DAY fight more _
vaunteth not Iself, Is no puffed which he expects to be functioningby D' 1931 I
, said Boutwell "called me a coward I. FRA7II..
church of those who acceptirtst O. W ALDERMAN.
i S And now abldeth faith, hope March 1 of next year. It will Special
Master,
A Corinth Paul "found Sabbath school at Manuel Eotel- and dared me to hit him," following (Seal) Rradford. Circuit Court BJ. M. John.
charity, these three; but the great- of be In charge of O. P. Shingler, County, Florida. Solicitor for Complainant. }
lain Jew named Aqulla born est of these Is charity." ho's (Truby Grove) at 10:00: o'clocka. an argument over which whose office will be maintained In 10-9-Kt-ll-t. 10-1-St-lO-IO.
too\ lately come from Italy, them was to sit In a certain school -
Whoever represents Christ is responsible m Saturday. the new government! building In -
wife PrisclUa: (because at F. J. Pattee's desk. Several blows were exchanged MASTKIf- CALF f
his
for faithfully teaching Elblo study Lake City. The plant Itself will Hereby notice la given: under and In Circuit C"adford
ClaudIus had commanded all hU word, but not for its reception. Wednesday evening at 7:30. Sub- but the boy, were separated consist of twelve buildings, including by virtue of that certain final decree Florida In Chancery Coaaly,
classmates without either of foreclosure made by A. V. p..
to depart from Rome:) and "Creation and the Creitor. by : V Flume
ject, the laboratory for experimental Long: Pro Hao Vice, of the Complainant. 4
lot unto them. And because Come and bring your bibles. apparently hurt. Last night machine 26th Judlctal Circuit of Florida, In
.11 of the same craft, he abode WEEKLY SEUMONETTE Boutwell: complained of head ache, purposes, a shop, cooperage and for' Bradford county In Chancery Josephine A. Msrontteet at
shop, boiler house, office building Sitting, on the 16th day of September Defendant.
I them end wrought: for by PRESBYTERIANServices however, and early today his mother and several residencesfor A. D. 1911 In favor of Joseph It appearing artltiarllfIki 4
The garage K. Wilson, a. liquidator' I for Bradford the t.l: ha '
.
i to live summoned a physician. above
trade Paul cause
arranged Persecutions Bring Blessing Hank thai Joeephlne -
I employees. Circling the plantIs County a corporation, complainant A. Marcntt
R, I them rod: work." A Jewish Matthew 0:10, 11, 12. Jesus said: Sunday, October 23 as youth died shortly afterward. a 200-acre tract belonging to ward.' defendant, and against, the underslcned W. M.' Kd- Marcotte. : .Inkthe4above and Oeorre of the A.
rb reads, "He that teaches Blessed are they which are persecuted follows: defendant entitled
the United States Fcrest Service a* Special masted will offer for saieat cause, are non-resldente.
i son a trade does the same, for righteousness' sake: for 10 a. m. Sunday school, J. M. Gainesville "Take a tomato devoted to experimental work for or near the farm of the defendant nf the. said. of Josephine the stale $
Maroolte
he taught him to be thief." thelr's' is the kingdom of heaven. Truby supt. juice Instead of a sweet," will be the naval stores Industry, and here Htarke W., I M.Florida Edwards' during flnuthwsst the legal of A.are :each resldente and Qorr of ;* A. Mareott* 4

Hit working to earn his living 11. Blessed are ye, when men shill 11 a. m. Morning worship, ser- the next slogan, says the Medical will ba tested the various methods hour of sale, between the hour ben a Yvleslaa. llarlanoa.Santa Catallna Ua-
:,
of eleven A. M. and Two K M.
reasoned In the synagogue revile you and persecute you, and mon by the pastor. Herald. It ia said that many "old of securing the gums and the preservation the Ind day of November onMonday over the Cuba, and of that. they. are seek ;
.b sabbath a"d persuaded the shall say all manner of evil againstyou 6:30 p. m. Christian Endeavor. topers" are beginning to find solace of the pine trees The A. U. 1931, to the highest and beat age. age twenty-one year .(.
and is Our Country Helping in a drink of orange or to- bidder for cash the following described It I I. therefor
the Greeks. sake. 12. Rejoice "How ail
falsely for my Topic
plant will make! of Olustee quite athrlvlnl' personal property, or en defendant ...phinerAd.that. .
10 id when Silas and Tlmotheuscome and be exceeding glad: for and Hindering the Spiritual mato juice. The cool, acid taste little town. much or such part a* the said. flpeolal and neorr A. Marcott be and) they

ltd from Macedonia, Paul great is your reward in heaven; Growth of Other Countries;' (Missionary quickly allays the thirst, while the corral Maater, situate I I. In able Bradford to locate County.and are the till hereby required to appear le

d pressed In the spirit, and tes- for so persecuted they the prophets meeting. What the church rich vitamin content and mineral Florida, to-wlt" : cause same complaint being. for the riled for."ln.In said. II

to the Jews that Jesus want |which were before you. Is doing to help other countries; I elements in the beverages have a St. Petersburg Chas Lund Billy undarblt head of In stock one ear cattle and, m.rk.d"rop .wallow .. fore of sate and mortgage aN:r '::: I

And when they opposed Prayer -The Lord's hand Is not what modern materialistic civilization beneficial action on the system. A and associates to complete Snail fork undrbll In the other ear, her A.Monday D. 931 the, otherwise or the alte.

-elves and blasphemed. he shortened that it cannot save; is doing to hinder.) We had tomato juice cocktail Is said to Isle bridge spanning Coffee Pot branded with with all letter their Increase.E .A W E Also together confessed ration nf said bill will be taksa .. }

k t his raiment, and said unto Neither is His ear heavy that It one of the liveliest meetings on I be excellent as an appetizer, is now Cayou: north of here, at cost of forty head of stock cattle marked II I Is further hy the ordered said defendant thai this, n..

{ your blood be upon your own cannot hear. record on the prohibition question being placed on the. market.. The approximately 12 ,OOO. !Ions wallowfork ear and split In and the underblt other sat In dsr four be consecutive published weekein once a the week Brad for {
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published' In said county and slate
I -5iitEET"- tj ""1 ; 'rn This September 10th. A. D I9.1t.
"THE MAIN\ THING ON - Seel U W. AI.DIBIIMAN.
) Clerk Circuit Cewt
$
y -r k M JOHNS.
.- =- THaM NUS HOOK Up Solicitor' for Complainant
RUBBER ,
ITS A u
10-1-61-10-10..
[+IDuily 3Buzz HOSE' POP CAN'T QIlBBER BOOTS A"O'TMeQ LENGTH naM" St.

YOU S7fJGTFN' tT I lEriT YA T"t4 WON'TAI' KTOTICW
MAIN yn2EET"SFIRE pOD PiMNIPIMCHER COULDN'T QUITE MAw; .T In Circuit. Court, Twenty-Sixth Ju
I .
<< MORE BUT YA dicial Circuit, In and for 11 red fore)
FIU"f IIEWSPAPE2 "HAM4AT '. ". Jnunty, State: of Florida, !. Chaary -
Gc1ET0uN El n/ -*
ti yi I The Federal Land Bank of Cnlumhla, 1
DEPT.) IN A Corporation, Complainant.W. .

K, LaUue, Widower, *t al
TROUBLE Defendant
II appearing by affidavit appeaeed -
to the bill filed In the above
stated cause that the resilience ef
W, N. aUue. of Ike t
I f.u. defendant: ". i'.oW":3: .Is -in-
F.ae DBRAOTMEMTOUT known and that defendant W. N.
OUT Of GAS< AND l edu., widower, I I. over the ace of
twenty-one years! It i.I therefore ordered
CuSS c;. WORD, 'VUMItt ONTo that said defendant be and ha .
r S hereby required to appear to the
ITS WAY' TMS W.A26 ?iI bill of complaint: filed In aald udtbol ,
AT .am being for the foreclosure of
THE SAt-TO MOTEU,, note
on or before
THEY Monday, as: of November,
MAD 1U'SE./:) D., otherwise
1&e FlOE M0e TO FILL r OM F' MIAVEN'STM'AUmS + iron. of sIld bill will be takesgp. n

THE" FlQt tH .
TAMK' week for
//.r.Stet 1 elA6.. -".urnanne.cutieveweek.. In She
Bradford County Telegraph a "...-
.. .\ japer published (In said county ...
. stale.Th.
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[[ DOROTHY DARNIT r By Charles McManus I IvoJELL {'."Seal'Solicitor M.'JOJlN8.for u.Clerk Complln.ni.W. h.rmnMAK curcuu Court.. p 1,


lO-a-61-10-30. i.

IS IS MY Does ITNITMER'S > ITS iJEVEP THEN IT l IT'S ALWAYS: I CAM 'VOO w9 pvER LL T14A iF 1-2lE"" LULL SUN I NON SIN'E.''' MASTBR't.-- "LID
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KEEP GOOD I PAST OR ,450. A GrOOOVWA.TCH I RIGHT TO T..e.PRovE.. 1 . T MINUTE. THE.
1TCM TIME ** \ SLOW Hereby notice I.I given: that n-xter
r1NU"rE1s. VT and by virtue of that certain flaalfered
r decree. of foreclosure made and ...
I t'7.81'.tAf..Jra' Judge for the
rcckHN'S \' Clraall ot oFlorids
. In and for Bradford County, +
... florid. In Chancery sitting on the 4
Uth day of September A. D. 1911.
{in favor of Joseph W. Wilson, ae liq
uidator for Bradford County Hank,
corporation aa complainant' add
against U. C. Jones and Ads T.
Junes'. his. wife, aa defendanta t
fob.. said Special Master, will offer w
rJ In front of the courthouse +
C door In Stark. Florida, during' the
legal hours of sale between. tae
1 L. Q1 eaoege1 -C hours of Eleven A. M and Two t*.
II I M, on Monday the Ind day ef Ne-
I ..wag3ta..a ".vember A. O ilIA I, to the ..I.heat
and beet bidder for cash, the fatInwlnr -
described property situated
In flradfnrd County, Florid., tn-wltt x'
Lots One (U. Threw (3), rise i ir and Seven (1) ..f Black Two O).
Original Town Stark..
:f IL. tRTIfAN, q;;
Special: MAe....
.
reM E. M -JOHN.. 1
I Solicitor for Complainant. (
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t Baptist Free Will Church and her' and those contemplating: building, mend
:\ i f Bradford County Telegraph-- of Recommendation to. paoceect..at.onwhUe ivies state pr
husband and one her daughtersalso. n employment ; of co-operation ,tW
'Ir"L, MILLER She leaves to mourn her loss is so badly needed.Beautificatlon. lictty to aa
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! I .Sl'n.Established 1877 F.Hrm five
1 I HlarkwrMrr. Or.iir. ono Infant her husband "
I 11, f'I .' daughters, and four sons two sons lade To RelieveUnemployment "Ca( ) We urge the utmost cooperation -

1 j ; i : : ire ,PwbUtybed Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class Robert Clyatt of Winter of Indiana,one son of Georgia, and between county and state

i ," ; /i; I ,- i Matter at the Post Office at Starke Florida Garden was vlaltlog.his parents In one son of Dukes and her husband I authorities looking of: toward a systematic I Pvp
I; ..I and five daughters all of Dukes.I program beautification Mr lklkl'qbar
,:,It,' ':t ;, '. I this section Sunday.Mr. I Funeral services were held in Indiana of state and county highways.
j 1'j.1 3 : E. S. MatthewsJ. ..--------------- Owner and Publisher Leslie Waters and sons Le-i where she had spent most all "Cb( ) We urger all cities and

I 4!l; '.', ' 'I i ., Ct',Robinson ---.-- ------- Managing Editor man and John Lewis were guests her life. Indiana had been her home towns In the state to keep weeds Mr. and Mrs, Clinton
, "I \\j. of Mr. Waters' brother Monday.I until about four years ago and Hold Meeting For Relief Of Un- cut and to maintain a continuous and Mrs. Ulmer
! 1J I. Mrs. Roaella Seay and sister, they decided to move to Dukes.I employed And Dependents clean-up program. Mrs. B. L. Dukes caned
:HI SUBSCRIPTION KATE Mrs.
:( m, Y Miss Edna Sexy were visiting: Mrs.ninckwelder They had been residents of Dukes "Ce( ) We urge all citizens corporations P. p. Dekle TUeSday on, 1Iz

l: 11, ";Y I Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c< Payable in Advance Tuesday. four years. Orlando, Fla., Oct. 20.Important and industries to beautify James ParrUh AaeJ!
lr Mr" and Mrs. L. C. Seay were Mr. Frank Brooks of our section recommendations looking toward their premises. and John K. Parrish
i ; -: tn- Advertising Hates on Application
! I : visiting Mrs. Scare parents last I I'left here Saturday for his home in I the relief of the unemployment "Cd( ) All made-work programs business Wednesdarl

1) wee::. I I Winter Haven where he has been situation In Florida are con- undertaken should be projects In Miand Ura. P P. DekJe
1 ) 14 Even a bishop believes In the saying "Feather your own llr Frank Brooks was visiting: I visiting his parents. tained in a report of the StateWide which labors are the major cost. tamed Sundacharming hOnDrtnr

nest. Mist Kffle Hancock Sunday after- I Mr. Lacy McNeal of our section Unemployment Committee's "(e) We urge that careful house.guest 1IaI!
I noon.Mr. 'was visiting his brother, Mr. John executive committee which met thought be given to permanent improvement Klckllter of Jacluonvul
u Gene Seay, Mrs. Rozella McNeal of Brooker this week-end. here to map out a program. G. in which labor la the scheme of pink and l

Thomas Edison probably contributed more to mankind Ceay and Mr. DeWitt Seay were Miss Effle Hancock and Miss Iris Ware of Leesburg Is chairman.The 0'1(I major cost. used, Mexican roses beta 1Ihi1l lilt
( the guests! at the home of Mrs. Sal- of er decoratioaEeslde.:
I R I i Dicks were the dinner guests original of the report was Organisation Co-operation th,
than other the
man. lie Elackwelder Sunday night. Miss Ellen Blackwelder Sunday. guests Included
"
transmitted to Gov. Doyle E. Carl- (a) This committee recognizesthe
o Mr. end Mrs. Henry Carlton and Mrs. Florence Waters and children ton who organized the committee interest which has been shown Varnes Mrs. E. P, WK
t tI tr children the of Mr. Verses Master V .
were guests spent Sunday with her par- Claude
S :two weeks ago.The and the effective work being: done
New York City claims to be the greatest city in the I and Mrs. C. W. Carlisle Sunday. ents Mr. and Mrs. Dicks. Master Carol Pate of
Il'h situation by the many organizations of wo- Jeryn
unemployment resolves -
Mr. and Mrs.. C. W. Camas and J. C. :Mr. and Mrs.
world-and the wettest. Mr. Wllllard Dubose, Mr. T D.
;, itself Into two main divisions men in the matter of unemployment two
f children were visiting: Mrs. Car Dubose. Miss Iris Dicks and Miss and their continued children. Mrs. B LJL.
states the committee. These urges
S id( ) ' ( i n Halo's mother, Mrs. Blackwelder Ellen Blackwelder all made a business liOn Dana Robbie j
i ." the of the Idle and co-operation and the co-ordinating and Les
.re employment '
ST S In the matter of taxes Wauchula Herald Sunday night of last week. ,to Worthington Springs. rlsh and others. A
says many are trip tile charitable relief for the idle .of their efforts with local committees boUllUtili
Mr. Frank Brooks and Mr. Virgil I ner was served
at
last week.
levied ,but few collected. and their dependents. The more In this program. and the the no qj
; Prooks were visiting: Mr. Lacy Mc-
4
i .. .-o1t Neal Sunday Night. -r .. |employment, the less charity.To "Cb( ) All civic fraternal religious pated in younger a set auo ,
k and bodies cane-chewm:
other
meet the existing conditions organized are
of Karl Carlisle will Resale
u : s. State supreme court approves backseat driving but wifie bo Playmates sorry to hear that! he Is 111 In NEW RIVERMIrMtaMNl. the committee recommends to all urged to co-operate to the fullest Leesburg where Carleton he has hu\

backs up her own decisions. I his home. Hope he will soon recover. communities of the state, the adop- extent in community success of crate mill. Work l
u ,. ..PP. fur.ReV. tion of the following program! announced plans or special program
'!>--- "Joint responsibility of employer features promulgated at this _,JWesdfes Lilly *'a'' loli
Friends of Mr. Roy Dubose will Parrlsh visited
Judging from the looks of of the Princess Eugenies filled his and their employes for giving time or later. The solution of the Roberts MM s
;, some be pleased to heir that he Is better. L. G. Hemingway Friday of last
+ T Mr. O. L. Waters and Mr. C. W. at the New assistance to fellow employes. problem rests upon the individual Mra. P. P. weh
many an old rooster is minus his plumage. regular appointment Dekle and ,
a' 1 soy !
"Ca( ) Where possible reduce citizen as well as upon any group.
; 1S'P
Carlisle made a business trip to River Baptist church Sunday were shopping in Lake But
u hours or days of work per worker, Labor
Worthington Springs Saturday.Mr. morning: and evening. urday.
''P Since the model husband was electrocuted at Joliet, the and Mrs. W. O. Dicks and Rev. C. C. Butler filled his regular :and workers.make room for additional I I "(a) Urge policy of where employinglocal I B. L. Duke was a buslaai
children and Mr. and Mrs. Henry appointment at the Long residents except spe- tor to Worthington
average husband has no desire to be a model. Dicks were the guests of Mr. and Bridgo -Christian Church Sunday "Cb( ) Where consistent, employfull cial technical skill 'fs required and week. one cia'

v L. Waters normal force with entire or- can not be found locally. ]Mr.}
ri U ---- I Mrs. O. Sunday. morning and evening.Mr. and Mrs. Joe
ganization receiving: some percen- "(b) In all made-work, where it Crew
Mi. Gordon Holten was visitingMr. and Mrs. Denzil Thomas and week-end
i guests of
i You must have heard of the old farmer who named his Barney McNeal Tuesday of, little daughter attended church at tage of normal pay as percentage can be done economically, men WUlio Parrish. Mr and

,i new son Mortgage, so he would never leave the old farm. last: week. Long Bridge Sunday and were the of volume of business is to normal. should be employed!: place of ma- I Mr. and Mrs. Norman P

:Mr. Seebe Dukes and son, Lowell' dinner guests of Mr. and :Mrs. N. (Meyercord plan.) chinery. were business visitors here
o were visiting the home of Mr. O. Q Moody. "Cc( ) Local committee publish "Ce( ) A normal wage scale shouldbe : !

i t -r. When asked why he was taking the roof off his house, L. Waters for a while Monday Misses Frances Hemingway and daily honor list of employers who consistently m lntatned."d" -
add one or more employees to aid The for made-work SEEING THE CIKCCgJ
the poor old farmer replied, "Cause it ain't going to rain no morning. Dorothy Claire Kickliter of Starke, pay
i "- :Mr. II. G. Crawford and :Mr. A. attended church at New River Sun- In unemployment relief. should be commensurate with the
more. V. Elackwelder made a business Relief by employing only those cost of living. Among those attending !

(J I trip to Sanford one day last week. I day.Mr.. Guy Andrews and friend, actually In need of work. "Ce( ) Applicants should be reg- Circus in Gainesville Tn
I Mr. Eddie Carlisle was visiting: Mr..Cannon,who are attending the. "Ca( ) In made-work encourage istered and classified and given were: :Mr. and lira L. W;
'S SS If all persons having contagious diseases were confined Mr. Jones McNeal Tuesday of last University of Florida, were the I employers to adopt a policy opposed cards showing: length of residenceand Ruth Wyman Margaret I

,until I the,period of contagion passed, the number of epidemics week. guests of Mr, and Mrs. G. W. Andrews to employing: a second memberof I need. :Mrs. Ben Holtzendorf and son,
is would be greatly reduced. Miss Ellen Blackwelder was visiting : this weekend.Mr. a family in which there is already General Een Hall and children llr
,, her sister Mrs. C. W. Carlisle and Mrs. C. L.: Wiggins and a breadwinner. "(a) Boards of county commis- Mrs. Austin Winkler, Mn. J

_ o one-- day last week. baby were visiting Mr. and Mrs. "Cb( ) In made-work, employ sioners in each county are requested Mitchell Mrs. C. A. Futch,,h 1Ir

When the only girl looks at with hesitating Miss; Effle Hancock was visiting M. F. Wiggins Sunday afternoon.Mr. married women only when neces- to designate to this committeea Mrs. G. M. Sistrunk, llr and
hopeful
up you -
Miss Elsie Blackwelder one day and Mrs. E. L. Kelly and lit- sity for income exists. liaison officer to represent this Freeman Register and son It

_ _ voice asks how she looks in her Princess Eugenie, Aw, last week. tlo son, E. L.,Jr., were visitors in "Ce( ) Employ adults, except. committee in their county. Mrs. J. C. Robinson, Mr. ana
i what's. fellow)) going to do? Mra. Eessie McNeal was visiting Crocker Thursday night. where minors can show family "Cb( ) That the Florida Peace Of- R. F. Demorest, Miss Yen C

Mrs. Florence Carlisle one day last Mr, Sam Norman and daughters, need. ficers Association be commendedfor Robinson, Miss Lucile 111
o week. Misses Peculla, Eula and Ella were Use Home Products their action in stating: that they Miss Lelia Dea Andrew, 1

"There is safety in numbers" must have been meant for Mr. and Mrs. Tommny Waters visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Johns "Urge consumers (governmental will enforce all vagrancy laws. Clara Louise Peek,Hiss Male

hen bridge parties, for the rumblings of these table affairs waa visiting Mr. Waters' brother, Sunday afternoon.Mrs. commrecial Industrial and in- "Cc( ) That all welfare agenciesand I Pearco, Miss Estelle Davti,]
one
dividual to Florida channels be Ruth Sternberg, Miss Estcllt j
O. L. Waters last Tuesday. Smith Denmark and daughters ) patronize pro- other approved
can be heard far and wide.' Miss Catherine Hancock was vis- Misses Lois an4 Lucille of ducts and manufactured goods. requested to notify transients that trick Patsy Ruth Wads,

o ting Miss\ Edith Waters last Tues- Lake Butler, were visiting Mr. and Public Works there are' no jobs available for Mr. W. M. Wainwright! ij
Jay evening. Mrs. S. C. Crews Sunday. "(a) Place all state, county and non-residents in Florida. Austin Joe Slatrunk 11
Headlines reading "Militia Ready in Louisiana Gover- I\***. J. B. Hancock was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jim Mott and chil- municipal construction workers on "Cd( ) The public Is requested to Futch, Erownrd Strickland, I IOveratreet

;; norship War" reminds one of the jokes papers used to crack ML\ Edgar ,Waters last: Tuesday. dren of Brooker were visiting Mr. a part-time basis in order to em- give whatever help they can to Marlon Williams T
about tho Mexican government. Mrs. Josephine McNeal was visIting and Mra. M.r!, $app Sunday afternoon ploy additional local workers. recognized central welfare organ- dore Young:, Bill Agio John Hi
: r Mrs. C. W. Carlisle last Tues- :Specifications: to this effect shouldbe izations: and to give no funds or Hemingway EldreJge Smith f

-- --p day. Messrs. G. W. and E. A. Sapp in all contracts and advertise- relief to unauthorized groups or others.

; To our statement'that Starke Cervices were held at the Harm wero business visitors in Canal ments for bids. individuals
prove and Bradford countyare "(b) That all agencies. Federal That all Clearwater-Tate's Auto
ony Free Will Baptist Church Saturday Point and other parts of south "Ce( ) vagrant applicants -
growing, one only has to take a look at the additions they and Saturday night Sunday Florida this weekend.Mr. state, county and municipal, be I for food and lodging be re change opened for business i I

't are building to the schoolhouse .ind Sunday night, Oct. the 17th C. E. Andrews and mother, urged to immediately execute all :quired to work for what they may Park street.
work for which funds have been : C.lerznontMr.. and lira! F]
:and 18th by Rev. Davidson, the Mra. F. M. Andrews were business receive.
) u church pastor. I visitors hi Lake Butler Saturday authorized. "Cf( ) That the state erect prom Dryant repurchased local

r'' a r p The 1931 girl says than only an old maid closes her eyes Mrs. Josephine McNeal was visiting afternoon.Mr. Stimulate Construction inent signs at the state line on all shop.
l when kissed by and her friend, Mrs. J. B. Hancock and Mrs. J. L. Johns and her I "Endorse the program of the highways warning transients thatno .Arcadia DeSoto Packiaj|
that is
? a man because she is ,
so happy at .OCO,
Monday evening. mother, Mrs. V. E. Sapp and :Miss Florida Association of Real: Estate work is at present available: in capitalized $23
she doesn't care if she never sees again. Miss ESie Hancock and Miss Ellen Elsie Sapp, were transacting business -I Boards and Realtors urging: all this state for non-residents. charter to carry on fruit sod

.._.__ Blackwelder were visiting :Mil- In Lake City Saturday after- home and property owners tb Im- "(g) It is the duty of each com table packing business.

The proposed Atlantic-to-the-Gulf ship canal would benefit ler school last Monday. noon. prove and repair their property, munity to care for its own citizensIn
Services will be held at the Sar- Col. A. S. Crews of Starke was need of employment.
( Bradford county greatly, as the preferential rputes passes die Missionary church the fourth visiting in our. section Sunday af was visiting Miss Lubedla Alvarez "(h) Eoup kitchens and breadlines

through Clay and Bradford counties a few miles north of Sunday, which will be Oct. 251931, ternoon.Mr.. j :Sunday.:: should not be established. FLORIDATHEATRE
Starke ,bv Rev. Diamond castor. Norman Wiggins and sister Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hutchinson Appreciation"We
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II I I- Friends of Mr. C. Fx Stuteville. Miss Jewell Wiggins of Jack- attended church here Sunday. express sincere appreciation -
( o will be sorry to hear that he Is i ill sonville, spent the week-end at :Mr. F. M. Norman was transacting -I to all agencies which have as-
Tarpon Springs Leader thinks the unemployment situa- !in his home In Miller section. home with relatives and friends.Mr. business In Graham Monday. niatM.thi9 Cnm"l'...... ..t" r" ,.....,+ FUl

tion in Florida is even worse than think basing the observation Mrs. J. S. Dicks and daughter. Nelson Dowling of Lake But- ._ , .. GAINESVILLE.
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Miss Iris and son Raymond were ler was friends here Sun-
w visiting. ,
on the number of candidates who will be in the race visiting Mrs. Dicks' brother, Mr. day.Mr. Program Week Oct.

: next,year. William Blackwelder last week. : P. B. Crews of Ft. Myers arrived -
o Mrs. Sallie Blackwelder and Mrs here Tuesday night for a
i While Josephine McNeal were the guests short visit with his parents, Mr.
in
property other towns begging for renters
goes ; TODAY
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of Mrs. H. S. Miller Wednesday.Mr. and Mrs. S. C. CrewsVANDERBiLT
I, II :j S ono can hardly find an empty house in Starke. And those Lowell Johnson and Mr. .

St i rented.are yielding a nice profit on capital invested, even in John Stuteville made a business John GilbertIn

fi these tidies.. trip to Lake City Tuesday of last

week._
o1'i Miss Dorrie Crawford of our sec- ("urrl* 1111 N.r...... Cor.Mi "Phantom of Parif
If all would remember that the old adage that a dog that tion la spending some time In Jack.

a +? will bring: a bone will carry one, applies especially to scandalmongers sonvllle with Mr. and Mrs J. B. *...and Mrs. S. J. Green and Added-our Gang: Coorij

d and treat them Ware. family of Jacksonville, were visiting -
accordingly of these -
many sneaking Playmates of Elmer Waters will Mrs. Green's sister, Mrs. F. M.
j f tale bearers would soon get wise to themselves. bo sorry to hear that he Is ill, and Norman. SATURDAY"THE

r Y u hope he will soon recover. Miss Muriel Silcox of Starke

'! When asked why he called his Model Miss Effle Hancock and MIss Ellen spent the week=end! with her sister, SPIDER"With
T "Flapper", the Blackwelder were visiting Mrs. Miss Rachel Silcox who is teach- Battered by \Winds and the Sea .
Si young man replied, "Because she drinks like a camel, smokes D. L. Clyatt Wednesday of last ing school here.

like a steam engine, plenty of pep, and if you step on herahe'll week. Misses Carrabelle and Mattie El
Card of Thank Nrman and Mr. Russel Norman Edmund Loire,
throw right out of the back seat.
you thank all who were the
We wish to were visiting In Starke Saturday . Lighthouse StandsAs
OS so kind to us In the Illness and :afternoon. BrendelAdded

1N Abolish the legislature, do away with the governor and death of our dear loving wife and Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Norman were McO'*'

all cabinet officers and turn management of the state over mother and for the beautiful flowers visiting In Jacksonville Friday. Comedy Mickey
S where
to'John Mathews. It would cost the lot that covered the mound Stuteville, :Misses Mattie and Carrabelle ships depend upon the lighthouse for unfailing -
taxpayers a more Bile sleeps.-Mr. C. F. I Norman. Rachel and Muriel Silcox
money, l>ut think of the fun John would have. children and stepchildren.We I and Mr. Russell Norman attended guidance, so depositor depend upon their bank Monday & Tuesday
were sorry to hear of the church Sunday night at Corinth. for safety. To
-a- save successfully)) therefore
death of Mr. Laurice Gay which I who Is you
__ '. The season approaches when all the "just darling" bridge :occurred Friday morning Oct. 16. I teaching:MillS Mattie school at Norman Graham spent need more than ambition and self-discipline; you Ann larding

prizes will be dragged from their hiding places, given new Funeral services were held o'clock at the I :Uie week-end here with her par- need wisdom in the selection of your bank. Be In
at 11
wrappings of red and green and sent to defenseless relatives Swift Creek cemetery
Saturday morning: He leaves to ents.Miss: Lillian Kolley. Mr. Floyd sure that you choose a strong bank for your sav- "DEVOTION"JVEDNESIdY
and friends who in
turn will give them for bridge prizes his lose his wife and two
next mourn Crosby and J. R. Kelley attended ings. For many years this bank has stood firm
year. 8tep- ns. church here Sunday.Mr. .
o MIA Ellen Blackwelder was visiting Walter Underhill and daughter. through good time and bad. In resources, in affiliations

-It is a consoling thought to loyal Democrats that they MIA Miss Iris Iris Dicks Dicks was the Saturday.week-end church. MIA here Hazel Sunday.Underhill attended in personnel, in policy-it is notably Roger '

( .' were not influenced and led by such men as Bishop Cannon, guest of Miss Ellen Blackwelder.Mrs. Mrs. H C.Edwards and children sound. Its depositors enjoy a complete sense of Buddy

who was recently indicted by the grand jury for misappropriation J. S. Dicks. Miss Archlllee Dicks of Gainesville. spent the weekendhere security. Your! account is invited. In
Mr. Raymond
of thousands of dollars contributed to the anti-Smith Dicks and with relatives. Reno'
were the guests of Mrs. C. W. Car Mra. Mattle t Ucdanaghan and "Road to

cam paign. lisle Sunday. I children spent the week-end here

o Mrs. C. F. StutevtUe with her sister,.Mrs. F. M.: Norman.Mr. The BANK of STARKEAN

i 4 Governor Long of Louisiana believes that possession is We were sorry to hear that died our H. a' Edwards of aatn_ COMING"DIRIGIBLE"
StutevtUe..
friend Mrs. C. ville, was visiting In this section
'
;' nine-tenths,,pf the law and refuses to surrender the governor's In her home In Miller section at Sunday.Mr. HONOR ROLL ,BANKE.

chair. Like many other technicalities of law, it will take so 17 o'clock Wednesday afternoon, Carl Sapp of Starke. was S. Matthews,.Pres. R. J. Dvia. Cashier

long to settle this question that Long will be in his senate Oct. 14. six miles west of Dukes visiting KIM Ola Mae Alvarez Sun- With
.5 station. Mrs. Etutevllle was a Safety Deposit Boxes Provide Jack.Holt RalAGraves
4 seat before Safety ,
courts pass on the issue. faithful member of the Harmony day.Mr.. Emery John of New River, ,......
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