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 30, 1931
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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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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INearSOPerCent: Opinion By Judge Campbell Holds -

I., ,'"" Measure Enactment"Valid Legislative" Time Almost Up BEFORE FEB. 1 The 4-H Clubs-of Bradford county Florida Killed 1 1curve
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I On B. H. S. Eleven To i staged their annual achievement

Lunt raid 11.3 Percent higher Tallahassee, Oct. 28.-Florida's Store Taxes There will be no question this: day in Starke Saturday, Oct. 24th, -

, nan Average for United 1931 gasoline tax distribution act year as to the time limit for motorIsts at the courthouse, marking day: '

j Stated was declared valid by the state su-; Due October 1 to buy license tags. Battle Lake City complete with entertainment and 0 Another Victim Him Neck Broken '

nrema court late today In n. A tn _2 Walter S. McLIn, { instruction.The On Deadly Curve
'4* -----. -- - -- state motor at Hampton
flUt,, Lridn motorists paid almoster opinion. Tax Collector Warns All vehicle commissioner, Is notifying'tag splendid! success of the affair Saturday'Nlgbt

'" cent in taxes 0 on their cars The act, hailed by Florida'ssmaller I Firms of Nov. 1 Penalty Business agencies of the law passed by High Here home was due Miss Pearl Jordan,

'" | other motor vehicles in 1930, counties as a. financial say. last legislature adding a 25: percent Today Mr. L. demonstration agent and Gustav Haggr, 20 years of
T age.
aaa lor, was attacked Dyer, county agent,
penalty who
above the national average as unconstllutlool The law this year la on tats not r>urrhns" i different on --- ------- -- were in freshman
by John E. Mathews, Duval fore Feb. 1. charge of the arrangements
..
almost a prohibitive figure collecting I was killed
; occupational Saturday
I license night
county legislator, who This ia For the third time In the life of and special mention should shortly'before
oposed the law
pass taxes There
issued
Wora statement yesterdaythe from retail stores. can be eight o'clock and four
1 a The least be made other
Bradford of
age of the measure in the 1931 no extensions. High football team they the others who partici-
leg Thc.
division of the amount same law
Florida any store will Mc persons were Injured
to slightly when
pay the will I pated In
compete with
islative Lake any
session.Revenue way.
( LIn City
doth erlcan Automobile Association. county tax collector Is $10.50. Every explained, raises the price of their home field at 3:30 this on The corridors find the ssoond the car which they occupied left
from three : after-
' cents of tags
lit 1 8 e i statement was based on a the person, firm: or corporation about one-third, but the: ail floor ---- the road and overturned rm a .hAm
were
state gasoline tax was given to the op- valorem tax noon. Two years ago the Tornadoes filled with a variety of
Veek :IY of motor taxation in thea crating a retail store, or stores on automobiles baa exhibits at the northe..n--edg.-r) ;
went to Lake of
state road department under the been knocked City and were consisting canned prod-
*> ,(I. which disclosed that the must have a license off. Hampton.
under the
act, and revenue from second ) new The law defeated 12 to 0; and a year ago ucta fresh fruits and vegetables,
a aa amended
3utlnfen >401 motor vehicles had an ap- by the 1931 I' John Henry Moss! Fort Worth
act.Annual they fought Lake sowing, flowers and other ,
three cents of the tax was givento legislature City to a scoreless things
reads
: "On Feb. also
slmalB valuation of $67,487- ocupatlonal license 1 a a freshman at
taxes which University
Florida's 67 tie, that was one of the most help to make better homes. ;
on which were levied $19,968- counties proportion- were due October 1. They become penalty of 25: per cent of the These exhibits Mi' and Mrs. T. E. Slhnner and J.
I thrilling
i day ID registration fees, personalrty ately on a basis of area populationand delinquent November 1. On and amount due shall be added to the have games that the Tornadoes by the were tastefully displayed H. Edwards of Jacksonville receiv-
ever women and
encountered.
:
Most of
and gasoline taxes. money spent in building highways after that date, county tax collectors price of each tag and no tag shall the of the county. girls ed minor injuries.
game was carried
rest his tax levy on motor vehl- state road later made a part of the will collect the tax and a penalty be issued after Feb. 1 for any vehicle center of the field, and the on nearest in the I The boys' exhibit of corn, cover Examining physicians at Waldo

and, "" "said the statement, "is equlv- system.: amountlnato 23 nor ponf- ,In which was liable for rec-Istra-- it ever came to either goal line crops and poultry made an attrac. Bait that Hagg'a neck was broken. I
29.6 cent of their val- addition to nTh tion or rereglatraUonall of Jan. He died almost
t to per the license. law was on the twenty yard stripe. tive display, showing where there'sa instantly after be
on, and is 11.3 per cent higher Seats Still Available For compels them to do this, and they 1, unless such penalty is paid In So far this season Lake City has will there's a way, and what the ing hurled from the automobile)

the national average of 18.3 have no choice in the matter. addition to the price of the tag. an edge on Starke, for they have soil will yield when propertly till when it overturned. I

cent. It demonstrates clearly' Georgia Florida Game Where stores are located In more The operation of any motor vehicle not lost or even tied a single ed.A Hagg and Moss were picked up
burden imposed on this form than one after the month of February, with game by Skinner at Jacksonville.
-ccsl county, owners or those while Starke has lost one and tied surging mass of happy hu They
The statement Gainesville, Oct. 28."--Despite desiring to take out having attached thereto a license were enroute to
roperty. cones out the annual [one, but the Tornadoes are going inanity protraylng1 the true carnival I- Gainesville after
: the fact that ticket sales occupational license should tag for the current year shall attending the Florida-Auburn
apply to try hard to even their score this spirit stopped at Intervals to foot-
Sales Figures Used boomed for the to the state comptroller for license. subject the operator thereof to arrest year. gaze with wonder at the various ball game in: Jacksonville. Skinner

ToWy ur valuation figure for all mo- game here Saturday, A. G. haV8-j,The name of the owner, manager, and punlshmfjt as provided Several changes will be made In club exhibits of which too much was on his way to Newberry where

ehlcles registered in 1930 Is assistant director of athletics, trustee, lessee, receiver or other by law for the operi .loh of a motor I the lineup, and method of attackof could not be sold by way of praise. he expected to meet an aunt. Mra.

, on charts compiled by the nounced today that there person desiring such license; the vehicle without proper license; but 4 the Tornadoes this week, accordIng The day was a wonderful success Skinner was brought to the Ala-
a'Mr malI taxation committee of the many seats yet available. I name of such store the location, this paragraph sh-11 not apply to I l to Coach Lo ell. from all Interest manifested. Chua county hospital In Gainesville

rican Automobile association r Florida's new stadium accommodates including the street number of motor vehicles wb'ch were not liable At 2:30: o'clock an enlnvabl Where her injuries were reported ,

appraisal and sale figures for 22,000 persons, and every such store, and the full actual value to registration or re-reirlstra- SHIPS FIRST BARREL [program was rendered to c capacity not Murlnii. She I Is nffAHnop.- r.. *.... .
arid i cars throughout the United seat is regarded as a good one. No of the stock of goods, wares, tlon on Jan. 1 of such year." PECANS audience. The club was honoredat a number of bruises and -ahock.;:;;

Mr ., These charts carried over'I' other stadium in the South Is con- merchandise, and commodities I Tag prices have been increased The first barrel of to this time to have with them, Moss, Skinner and Edwards were

arid ot years show that the av- structed alone the lines of Flor- owned by the applicant and held 10 cents per huiidredwele-ht on ; north this season from pecans Starke go Miss Flavia Gleason, state home given medical attention but were

e i value of the average vehicle ida's. The north stands, parallel I Iin storage to be sold in or through cars weighing less than 3000 Ibs. shipped' Monday by R. F Demoreit were, demonstration agent, who gave an not admitted to the hospital. They

Ml"I ugh Its average life of approx- ing the end zone, begin only ten I such store must be given. Such application The Increase on cars weighingmore who has a large west of Inspiring talk. received minor bruises.

[tely seven years is 25.48: per yards beyond the goal posts, and shall be under oath. than 3000 pounds la 25 cents town. The barrel was grove consigned to Song America, the Beuatlful. Witnesses who saw the Skinnercar

I of the purchase price. some fans have indicated a preference Law Is Valid per hundredweight. For trucks a. customer In Pennsylvania and Introductory remarks-Mr. J. L. a coach, hurtle from the road

Li, According to the figures of the for seats in this section. The law as relates to stores under 4000 pounds the tag price brought the current prices of last TJnderh ill. I and overturn said Skinner evi-

lIt mobIle Industry, the motor vekj West stand seats were availablenear commonly known as the chain i remains the same, or 75 cents per season. A heavy of Talk 4.11 Work-Miss Flavia dently did not know of the sharp

produce-;; in the United the goal line, but in the east store tax law, was recently upheld hundredweight. There are various to be found in the crop pecansis this Gleason, state home demonstrationagent. curve until he approached it. ThenIt

I,. |ei and Ca in 1930 had an : stands, seats.we re selling today on by Judge E. C. Love of the Leon I other price Increases, depending season limbs breaking groves under the < was too late. The car was bad-

age whole value of $&& the 15: yard line1,1' '. I' county circuit court. Its validity upon the weight of the cars or weight of the nuts. Home Improvements Mrs. D. ,ly damaged. <.

This reps 'sliIUted approxj. Ticket communications) should I was attacked by a chain of grocery -:trucks. W. Moore. Hagg' waa registered In the College "

j [fly 73 per cent' of the retail addressed to the ticket sales division stores and a chain of drugstores As in the past the new license MRS. LULA CONE Song-Dreaming. of, Engineering. His home

IIt from which it will be seen University. of Florida. I with headquarters in Jack tags will go on sale Deo. 15: but Spirit of Club Work-By boys. was at Lantana, near West Palm

Ihe average!_: retail _nrice_n_ -ner__ S- !sonville. John E. Mathews, Duval need not be displaj until Jan. 1. The many friends and relativesof Gardening:-Mrs. W. U Walter- Beach. Ills body was carried to $

|cl I.... $808. DEATH CLAIMS CHILD county representative in the state The 'new tags will have yellow Mrs. Lula Cone, aged 65, were son. Gainesville and I. in charge of the

average value of a vehicle WHO WAS WOUNDED legislature, was attorney for the numerals on a black background. saddened by her death at Brooker, Canning-Mra. Jones, of lieU- Thomas Undertaking, Company, __ __ __
a Iltutd fur $808 through its ave PLAYING WITH 1'ISTOL compllanants, who sought to en- Little difficulty Is expected in on Oct. 21. She was visiting at the bronn. --

ute would be 25.48: per cent I join the comptroller and the tax the working of the new law, although home of her niece, Mrs. Olson Bong-Florida.Talk .

la purchase, or 20588.: By Jacksonville, Oct. 28. Death colectors of Leon and Duval counties some complaint Is antici Thomas and was taken suddenly -.-Mr. W. T Nettle, district DOWLING/ HEAD

Plying the 1930 registration early yesterday morning claimed from collecting: the tax. Their pated. With the lifting of the ad 111 and died in a few hours. 7 agent.

[bride, namely $327,801 motor John Martin Johns, 9 year old son injunction was denied and the valorem tax It will be cheaper: for She was the daughter of Alexis: Why Boys Leave the Farm
I
lea, $205.88, the value of all of Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Juhns, I court held the law to be constitutionaL tho owner of a late model car, who Andreu, who was one of the founders ( Elijah and Elisha Barron.

\.t vehicles as of that year was Lake City Road residents, who was In the meantime, countytax had to pay an ad valorem tax of Starke and. Judge of Bradford Report of Junior Council -Annie OF EDUCATORS [

H87,6G9. The tax bill of $18- accidentally shot in the abdomen I I' collectors are urging owners higher than the license tax. But county. She lived in Bradford Laura Tucker.
jO was made of to their It will be higher for the owner of Talks-Mr.! O. W. Hlns'on
up $13,665-: several days ago while playinga pay annual occupational county pearly all of her life Judge -
Ito gasoline taxes, $4,813,495 In [ revolver license taxes. The new rate on an old model car where the ad and was loved by all who knew her A. Z. Adklns, and Mr. P. D. Black-

>* fees, and $1,500,000 in per- The lad was brought to a local I stores, according to C. A. Knight, valorem was less than tbe increase I on account of her sweet Christian lock, director of the Boys Club s. S. fowling, principal of Starke

'l property taxes. {hospital where his condition hashppn county tax collector, is as follows: ;in license taxes. character. In early life she be- work.Awarding. high school, was elected as president -

< tax of nearly 30 per cent on riitlral since the time Of the I ItiitoB -Arm- Olvoii- --- For example the owner of a came a member of the Baptist of premiums.1st of the Central Florida Education _ _

I form of porperty Is almost shooting. I On one store, $5. and $3 for each 1926 Ford sedan who paid only church and was ever a consistent year gewlnjr-Alberta Hlnson, 'I Association at the concluding

Ibltlve." Besides his parents, he Is survived $1000 worth of stock or less, makIng 62 cents ad valorem tax last year member. first; Ethel Packham second: session of a twq day program in

pre will be no ad valorem tax by three brothers, Elzie, Wll- $8. County license fee 23: per was required to pay $10.80 plus She was married to Tom Cone, Marie Htnaon, third. Gainesville Saturday at Gainesville

P tor vehicles next year, but burn and Wilson Johns. The body cent of above, which Is $2, making 50 centa agency fee, or a total of who preceeded her in death many Second year sewing-Lea Ret- high school building, Dowling succeeds

]eglslature increased the gaso- was placed in charge of the Sea- which is CO cents making $10.50. $11.30, plus the ad Valorem tax of years ago. She leaves surviving ta Jeffords first; Marguerite Prevail Mrs. Iva T. Sprinkle of Ocala. 4

|tax and the price of license shole Funeral Parlors and the funeral I On two or more stores, but not 11.92 for his 1931 tag. This year, her six children: J. B. Cone, of second; Hazel Crews, third. W. W. Carter, principal of Pa _____

services will be held at 21|lover 15, located in one county, with the 10 per' cent increase In Lake Butler, W. Frank Cone of Poultry-Mazle Howard, first; latka high school was named vice

o'clock this afternoon ai me grave i I $10 for each additional store and tag prices he will pay $11.88, plus Ft. Myers; Charles R. Cone, of I Cora Padgett, second; Annie Laura president, succeeding W. L. Goette,
SIXESS SCHOOL HEAD I the 50 cents agency fee. or $12.38. Ocala Tucker, third. Lake City, while Mra. W. C. Ma-
in Lake Butler cemetery with the $3 per $1000 value of stock In store ; Mrs. S. V. Andrews, of Mor-
LEAVES Rev. Willie Cones officiating.The and storage. The owner of a 1030 Ford sedan riston, Mrs. W. S. Johns, Jacksonville Home Improvement Mar- hin, of Gainesville, was re-elected _ _

funeral cortege will leave I On each store In excess of 15, this year will pay $13.80, and 50 and Mrs. C. W. Colson of o sruertte Prevatt.GardeningEssie. as secretary-treasurer for her fifth. _ _

W. Land, who organized a the Seashole Parlors at 10:30: .but not over 30, located in one cents agency fee, or $14.30 for his Brooker She Is also survived by Sapp, first: tsrm
r class here several weks ago o'clock this morning. I county, $15 for each additional tag. whereas the last time he had two brothers, E. B. Andreu of Doris, Mead, second; 'Nettle Par- C. M. Williams of Trenton waa
..
Porthand and typewriting, left store and $3 per $1000 value of to pay $12.50 for his tag plus an .Tooker and Cliff Andreu of rlsh and Lola Moore, llilrd.Tomatoea named chairman of the high school

last Thursday for Jackson- GORE VICTOR OVER FOKSYTH stock in store or storage.On ad valorem tax of $4.96, or $17.46In Jacksonville, and one sister, Mesa -Aleene Rosier, first. group while Mrs. O. W. Welch of

and has not been heard from. ---- each store in excess of 30, all. This owner under the new Octavo Andreu of Brooker. Senior Clubs Heilbronn, first; Dunnellon was selected aa head of

him went the paid in advance Gainesville, Oct. 27.-Dlck.Gore .but not over 50, located in one law will save $3.66. Interment was at Crosby Lake Hampton, second; Theressa, third. the Intermediate group and Miss

f>n of several of his pupils. He of Jacksonville and Vasco Forsyth I county, $20 for each additional Another feature thla year will cemetery with funeral services Junior Clubs Brooker, first; Horlense Megga of Alachua and j.

reported to be in Jacksonville ,f Starke battled ten full rounds store and $3 per $1000 value of be a 60 cents fee on all tags. Last conducted by Rev. L. W. Klckllterof Hampton, second; Heilbronn', third. Miss Minnie :Slaughter of Newberry -

17 'doy but since that date be last night before Gore was award stock in store or storage.On year persons who got their tags Starke. Corn Exhibit were named chairman and secretary -,

ped out of sight. Land came ed the decision In one of the best each store la excess of 50, but direct from Tallahassee did not Best ten eara-First, Cliff Kelly respectlcely, of the pri.

tarka from Palatka, where it and closest fights ever staged In ,not over 57; located in one county, pay this sum, but this year the Tallahassee )- ; second, Fred Shaw; third!, Eli- mary group.
,Id he conducted a business the local arena., $30 for each additional store and' office will charge same sha Barron! fourth Nelson Moore: I Miss Lulcv Lanir'of Trenton was
I, leaving It and I fee as the agencies. fifth, Woodrow IllnMon. elected chairman of the home economics '-
-
a similar
one ( nrp. former southern werer- $3 per $1000 value of stock in storeor NEW RIVER _
__ ____,
I8hurg In the same manner as the National on Best 90 ears -Klrat, Cliff Kelly; section while Mra. Rex WIthers
cal! class. [weight champ of storage.On of stores operated la the 'Mtnm, Kmmlt lapp, Cur. second
countyby Nelson Moore third. Fred of
Guard, returned to the ring after each store in excess of 57 ; Anthony waa named secretary _ _
08 Muriel the same person, firm or cor. Shaw; fourth Woodrow Ilinson for the section. Samuel Eff
Moseley ; _ _
a teacher each
of for
'So year's lay-off In a blaze glory located In one county, $40
S) to asslst him In the work, while Forsyth, who has not fought.n additional store and $3 per $1000 poration.
the classes and assist the local arena in four months, value of stock in store or storage.A The tax of $3 per'$1000 value of miscellaneous shower given at Short Course trips won on highest the mathematics section and
8tudents to complete their the best form he has ever county license tax of 25 per stock applies to all stores; no fractional the home of Ur' and Mrs. F "B. scoring points! Cliff Kelly, Fred Mills Evelyn, Mlxon of Lake City
displayed
e. part of $1000 can be- used.A Wiggins Saturday afternoon In Shaw, Howard Moore, and Henry will serve as chairman of the Eng
.,)resented in the City Club bowLIt cent of the state license tax Is imposed _ _
- store having lean than $1000 honor of Airs. R. II. Andrews, a recent Hinnon. lish section.
,
I rtRitE GROCERY NEW was a good iifcut. a..a.u his .aL' ou eacn score, also tile for UUUB each stock, must pay on $1000 value, bride. The bride received On PigWilson May and. Nelson More than 800 members of the
tier hurled punch In repertoire fee of 50 cents ia required
I STORE at the every other until the finalJelL I license issued. and a store having more than $1- .many useful and beautiful prasenta. Moore. association from nine counties attended -
COO stock must pay on $2000 value Among those who were visiting On Poultry-George Arwood.On the two-day sessions which
stood toe to toe and AU licenses are due and payableon
I / The
II rkmen are engaged this week blows at each other the first day of October of each and to store having more than Starke Saturday were: Mr. Hermie CJ'otalarlll.-One to be given marked the seventh annual assem _ _
Dlodellng the KJckliter store Jung powerful I $2,000 stock must pay on $3,000 Kelley and sister, Miss Louie Kel. when record la finished.: ,bly of the educators.
knock- the
and If not by
no paid
Dg flor Use as a grocery store all the way. There were year of of I value. icy, Mrs. J. L. Johns and daughter, Three 4-H Club pins, sterling silver Saturday they heard addressee '
flat October a penalty
I A. Sau1 who wu local man- loWl1 day be Twenty-five cents of the filing Mills Ed le, Mr. N. G. Moody Mr. with green four-leaf clover de- by Miss Lucile Fount, professor of
25 cent must imposed.
I ror the M-C Store for several SHERIFF'S. RACE per to fee collected by the county tax and Mrs. O. F. Tomlinson and UttlelIOn. ,sip given, to outstanding club education at the Alabama State
la
r The interior WU1 be WILL BE IN Full_ annual rate, required collector must be bald into the! Frank .Ir. bova.. CoUeae: for Women' Mr.. W. A.. f.It- o
repaint. ,
F d furnished with a new line of Lawtey,:|be collected irom ovptciuircr: IU 1:0: county general fund, and the other Misses Flora, Belle and Agnes: To Ivan Hazen for being best all- tie, associate professor of Latin
1.. wainwright March 31 half annual rate April
1 turea, and a plate glass front .Truby declare himself in ; 23 cents to the county judge. Johns were visiting In Lake CitylIaturdy round club boy In Bradford county ind English at the University of
1 Ie the first to I 1 to October 1.
r replace the I Separate applications for license this year. Florida Ii:. L.
old type front in an- evening. I ; Robinson Tampa.vrealdent. ,
for ,the election next year Filling stations engaged exclusively _ _
iul
I and license blanks furnishedfree To George Arwood for .
r expect to open his new he will be In the race In the sale of gasoline and are Among those who were buslne finishing of the Florida Education
On Friday, Nov. ttth- With a aouncing Wainwright was 1 and tire by the county tax collector.In visitors in Lake Butler were: Mr. the beat record book. I Association and Dr. M. R. Hlnson
'iete for sheriff. :Mr. other petroleum products
Dew every case, one store or the and Mrs. To Cliff Kelly for making thehlgheit of '
stock of Pledger Johns, Miss Ag the state education department.
goods. He
and In stating to
In Starke Tuesday and tube dealers are not subject I' _
'lrry on the eeed busiDess said he first store operated by a person. nes Johns, Messrs. G. W. Sapp, total average score. M Ix
'J i by ).fr. Klck11ter con- .he would make the race this tax.Old tlrm, or corporation, must pay a -J.irry, Sapp, J. .1. Thomas. Lamar A gold medal offered by Wilson
I1Is and as- his serving aa a police License Same I I I IRRIGATING FIELDS
C\l8tomer. the |considered license tax at the one store rate, Butler. Emory Johns, W. N. Johns Packing Company to the pig club
same cour-; MTlcer In Tampa, as deputy sheriff All special license taxes heretofore and 'boy with beat -
nt UerVlc* each additional store operated and Earnest Watera. record, was awardedto
they received in Sheriff Longford and levied are still In full force The continued weather baa
under former dry
I In the same county by the same Means M.., F. and .1. C. Wiggins Wilson May. I
hu work aa marshal at Lawtey and effect, except those enumerated !caused several growers in i the
must
owner pay according to the were business visitors In Starke
Hirth. I qualified him for the post ne ees-. above are referring to reiau schedule printed above. Monday.Mr. I county to Install wells and pump- .

: &nd Mn. Ceo. *It .. understood that two or three I merchants, which have been re M. L. Johns was a business were the guests of Mra. M. F. Wlg- flff apparatus for flooding their
Bon, Moseley, Law. considering making the ,gina Saturday afternoon. field
cet 23rd. others are pealed. Cocoa City's citrus packing: visitors in Starke Tuesday. strawberry for planting.
Lad 11,.. Paul race for sheriff but Mr.. Wain- Licenses must not be Issued by houses to open about November Among those who Mr. and :Mra. Denzle Thomas and Those who have adopted this method

">D, Oct. 24th. zaa t, Ramp-, wright .la the fUst to throw hi* bat the tax collector to persons, firms, 1st. Gracevilla Methodist celebrated frienda at New River were Saturday visiting little daughter, of Starke were viaItlng of gelling their plants out are b

&nd Jdra.. Sam in the ring. or corporations operating: a store compleUon and opening of were: Mra. hogan Smith, Mrs. Kirby Mr. and Mra. S. C. Crews : reporting splendid success., This

e. Ion, Oct. th. Ortuia. or stores la another, or other coun- new $33,000: church edifice. i Smith. Mra. Dela Thomas and Sunday afternoon. has been an extremely dry season _

aDd ),{n.. O. Klsaimmee Mack Lumber and ties in the state. Plant City City paving Interior Miss Ethel Jones of S and) strawberry growers are faced ,
II, 8OD, Oct. 2 th. W. Leacb, I Crate Mill opened for full-time op The rate per store. as enumerated of Florida Strawberry Festival I Mra. Frank Andrews Sampson, 141'.. G.City.W. Arcadia -, R. E. Chandler and with the prospect of "watering' In'

eraUona. above, la baaed on the number buUdJnp.'f Andrews and Mra. Stain Btathia to open Royal Lunch their plants or, In moat Instance,.
E. L. KeUey
Oak .
on .trtcC1i have a very short crop next spring.



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Ahlll TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, BTARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY
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fL ; i\ ;}; Ing of the fourth quarter, but they work had been. It was decided dlately' they turned and headed 'Yore your ter -iT5555
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\ flg Tornadoes Play punt right now to get the ball out that a half day twice a month back. This home run''won the bat- ance T"Her mak eshe'ap;;;|;

\Iji.\t, 4 of the danger zone. Starke takes would be given to this work. lithe tle for the British but among our-

i \ : BRADFORD COUNTY time out for their leader is hurt girls cooperate as they should selves we know that the referee making brother.: "She' uPItau"

High Springs Hi on the play. the work will be very beneficial. cheated.We .

: Cox: goes off tackle for 6 yards. *- I Willie: (After ; -
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HIGH
IJ': '; JOURNAL Matheny fumbles and lost 8 yards A PECK OF GOLD may go on through life not circus) "Look here havin Joined tilt
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E. Robinson falls to gain at line.E. thinking about what we are. Whatwe I object
right
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To Scoreless TieStarke after
( 'I. 0--- Robinson punts Dust always blowing about the might be until somebody reminds acL" that 1I1 ketry
attl i )
i"" ,, High Springs has the balL Fullback town, us. The following poem Manager:

.; t e, ,Ii. 1.\\.. 1. IT.I i I. l I ij', LESTER P. ROBINSON'___________. Editor-in-Chief loses 2 yards at line. Halfback Except when sea-fog laid it down taken from the Panther High may think It's"You're an right" Iby
j{ '; 'if, ; a' .t/ EVELYN STUMP Assistant Editor attempts a pass but it is In- And I was one of the children told School paper, may wake some of encore.
------------------- won the toss and electedto
I.i,. :/" : ,hI"'.." a LOUISE EDWARDS ....___._..____ Literary Editor receive, High Springs kicks off complete. Halfback makes 4 yards Some of the blowing dust was gold. us up: Miss Florence: "How
I" line. Fullback to "Allene's Corner"Isn't
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through punts
+ RALPH COX Sports Editor you punctuate **
, I ft, 1 ----------------------- to Matheny who fumbles and the this
y ( MIRIAM JACOBS Joke Editor Matheny who brings it back to the All the dust the wind blew high, it strange that princes and Pretty girl 8entence: '*
------------------- ball rolls out of bounds. Matheny walking
,,1s( \'t ; ',J f : .; I ,,: PATSY BRINSON ?___________.________ Society Editor recovers: Sternberg hits line for I original place.Matheny I' Appeared like gold In the sunset kings street, turned a corner doWJI tht

.I .f I I' CLEO SHEPARD _________..._____ Exchange EditorLWLt gain of 4 yards. Matheny follows makes 3 yards throughthe sky And clowns that caper in sawdust yaw her'?" just VI J;
,4.. ), .' ', I line. Cox loses 7 yards in attempted I But I was one of the children told rings, Lester: "I
with another 3 yards.. Tyson the
wouwSTATION
I.
t ., .. center rolls the ball on the ground end run. Cox makes 10 Some of the dust was really gold. I And common people like you and alter her" make a dti,
yards around left end. E. Robinson!
way's brigade, attacked their picket and Sternberg recovers fumble after me I -
at Mount Airy of Mr. Allen's : 5 yards loss. Matheny punts.H. punts. Such was life in the Golden Gate:: Are builders for eternity? Hospital Doctor "

house, about sunrise the next S. takes ball gives it to halfback High Springs gets the ball. Halfback Gold dusted all we drank and ate, Each is given a bag of tools, get here?" : "Owoi4jt,

morning, which presently gave who goes through the line hits line for 4 yards. Full- And I was one of the children told A shapeless mass, a book of rules: Ortho: "Flu.

way; and his main body, consistIng twice for a total of 9 yards. Full- back hits line for 13: yards. "We' all must eat our peck of gold." And each must make-ere life -
1WcI Starke makes substitution, as -Robert Frost. has flownA -
of the right wing, followingsoon Miriam
back tries line buck and loses 5 : (To pro
Strickland goes in for Inman at stumbling block or a pectlve
stepping CUstoIII
engaged the light Infantryand yards. Fullback punts it and is er) "There shirts
) + end. Fullback :makes yard through stone.-R. 1. simply! laugp .
r Sharp.
S other troops encamped near very poor punt as the ball goes mail LIGHTS OFFRIDAY'S the laundry."
I _
J line. Halfback makes 3 yards
the picket, which they forced from straight up.Sternberg. GAME a Harry: "I know. I've
their ground. Leaving their bag- failed to gain at line. through line. Fullback passes and Ah, but we must help each otherIn come back with their had

gage, they retreated a considerable Matheny make a long run around E. Robinson Intercepts the pass The game last Friday was a real tight pinches, for instance as sides spit

distance, having previously throwna end for 8 yards. Matheny goes and Is downed In his tracks. thriller. For the first time High follows: "The band Is still having -
it'fli' ; Into Mr. Chew's house I. Cox goes around left end for no trouble In bass horn. B. H S.
party through line for 2 yards. Matheny Springs failed to defeat Starke or securing a -
who were in a situation not to be punts a fair kick. gain. Sternberg makes fine gainof even score on them. Mr. Faulkner has said that Mr. In- This is
( Station
easily forced, and had it In their H. S.'s ball. Halfback hits line 10. High Springs receives a S There was plenty of action In the man has assured us that he will do casting B. R S. b
on a
!', power, from the windows, to give for 2 yards. Halback gain 2 yardsoff yard penalty for off sides. game. Several of the players were all he can to help us out of our motorcyvles by wave length of
f :Matheny hits line for 1 yard. special
is no small annoyance, and in a tackle. Halfback loses 4 yardson injured, but will probably be on difficulties The preceding ar- "Of the Federal per
( great measure to obstruct our ad- attempted end run. Fullback Sternberg loses 3 yards in attempted the lineup against Lake City and ticle was taken from the Taylor mission. Prohibition> Ct(
line buck. E. Robinson misses
} vance." gets off a punt which Is not so I show the same fighting spirit that, County High School paper. They Good morning
ball from center and loses 20 '
( ] The delay occasioned by the at- good. II. S. takes time out. : yards held High Springs away from the surely need a bass born. Now if Less Robinson everyone, tbla

tempt to take this garrison operated E. Robinson loses 2 yards at line E. Robinson punts as the game goaL they had said they needed a brass The first thing speaking.this

together with the foggy dark- E. Robinson gains 3 yards at line. ends. The Tornadoes did some excel- horn, we might have helped them the setting morning! ,

a ness, to confuse the Americans.The II. S. receives 5 yard penalty for lent playing. by sending the brass in form of Morris chair up exercise.In Drat

I firing at this place led the off sides. Cox goes around end !. The yardage gained from scrim- Captain Sternberg showed up' Harry Tyson. Oh well, here's hop- radio, sit up and up take front of th
rn troops who had passed it to believe mage last Friday was compara- well both in defensive and offen- their brass horn. notice.
S for nice gain of 5 yards. E. Robin- : ing they get 8:15: : Dishpan
f Sept 25: Lake Butler _____ Here a change in situation bad occurred, son hits line for first down. Cox tively small when considered with 'sive play. featuring Wash Tubbs Harmony HOB-:
all other 100
as only yards
'" We-13 They-0 and the retreat began. horses it around left end for 2 games The Robinson brothers played a A DAY AMONG SENIORS 9:00: WBC Dectiff syncopte
r" were gained. Yards gained by individuals I story
Oct. 2, Chlefland ________ Here "The morning was extremely yards, and E. Robinson loses 3 I follows Ma- good game, backing up the line on Snoop Ma Coop
were as :
I We-7 They-0 foggy," continued Washington'sletter yards in attempted cross line the defensive and tearing off yard- 8:30: -Who Is that intelligent 10:00: WBC Concert
theny led with 32 yards; Sternbergand time ,
a; i p Oct 9, Live Oak ___-______ There "which prevented our improving night. Cox made 30 each, while E. age on the offensive.The group over there? Dignified Seniors courtesy of Eastern Onion b
Corp
m We-7 They-25: the advantages we gained, Second QuarterCox I line held especially well -of course! 10:02: Daily review
of
Robinson gained only 8. The back- grades
wi r Oct. 18, Fernandina _.____- Here as well as we should otherwise have : goes around end for 3 yards, field was thrown for a loss so !when they were forced back near 8:45: : -Grand rush for our room. 10:30: WBC Return of

We.- 33. ____________._. They-0. done. Thla circumstance, by con- and hits line for 1 yard. lost their own goal. If the line failedto So anxious to start work, we lose and Sneezin Cous
many times that the yards war by "Popeytf
Oct. 23, High Springs ._____ Here cealing from us the true situationof High Springs gets the ball. Full- get a man the backfield was our dignity. Smith.
would be almost aa great as yards
the obliged us to act with
We-O They-O enemy ,back gets 2 yards around end. right on him. 8:47: -Louise Edwards arrives 10.00: NBC Stories fresh

r Oct. 23, Lake City _________ Here more caution and more expedition Time out for Starke as Mac Davis gained. The game moved up and down after History class has started.Do the Jungle, Major Hoopla

Nov. 6, Alachua ____.___ Here than we could have wished; and Is knocked out. Halback hits the field in a series of plays and we blame her? 12:00: Record
program.
N + Nov. 13, Trenton ___..*____ Here gave; the enemy time to recover line for S yards. Half back makesa CAMPUS COMMENTSSome punts. 9:03: : -Another one of our tardy 12:15: : 5 and 10 program byTii

Nov. 20, Jasper __________ There from the effects of our first Impression -' wide swinging end run for nice -a- Seniors arrive-in the form of Nlckles and his five

Nov 27, Williston ________ Here ; and, what was still more !gain of 20 yards. Halfback bucks comments were heard on NEWS AND VIEWSOF I Ben S. 12:45: : Mid-night Serenades pennies.by It
unfortunate it served to keep our
OTHER PAPERS
of line but falls to gain. Fullback the sidelines Friday at the game, 9:30: -Louise, Loiselle and Miriam Black Cats and their Kitten
different In
NOTICE parties ignorance loses 4 yards attempting end run. about the way the boy's uniforms hurrying to typing class. They 1:00: Constable and BootlemJ
i each other's movements and hinder
: Halfback hits line. for 4 yards. looked on them. Well we are open The following humorous story 'need all the practice they can get. reports.
To school papers who desire to their in concert It also
acting
taken from the Columbia High
for all donations from those who was I 10:18-Melba: and Patsy strollingto
High Springs takes time out. Full- 1:15: : Record
with In to answers program.
exchange us. reply occasioned them to mistake one an- After have read this
back on the Tornadoes make comments on our uniforms. Tiger. you their "individual' Geometry, 1:30: Review
punts right of the
1 to letters the great tragw
our on subjectof believe
which I
other for the enemy, will probably with me. '
you agree class. We wonder why they rate? :,
school goal line, but Cox: bring it away. by Ima Wreck.
exchanging papers we I more than anything else con- Starke gets ball. Cox gains 3 The sidelines surely carried out Keep up the good work Earl Kil- 10:30-Wake: up, Cleo. You I 1:45: NBC
of
I Lauchlng the
would like to say this: Our school tributed to the misfortune that en- 1 3
yards through line. Matheny puntsto their part In the game Friday. gore, you'll make it by and by: should be studying, or don't you I Malaria at Lawtey.
Is Issued with local
paper our pa- sued. In the midst of the most Low of
the ball from the goal Everytime someone was knocked Lights History need it? 2:00 NBC ]
get away : Discussion of Prohibi
each week the editor kindly
per ; when everything -
promising
appearances General wasn't quite ao
down a yell. So some I Gage 11:00 Beverly, Herbert and
ball.
consented to put on the exchange the most flattering line. High Springs gets the they gave : I I tlon by A Volstead.
gave them said five brave after the way the Americansdid Louise Thede are glad to see this
of of they yelled every
-lint free of the names of Halfback hits line for a gain 2:15: : NBC Punishment of
charge,
the
of
hopes victory, troops began
him at Concord and was
Bridge
8 yards. Starke makes substitution minutes, sometimes not that far I time roll around-oh, that Geom- by Samuel Perkins.
to
all the that would like
papers suddenly to retreat, and entirely busy wondering how he could arrange -
exbange with us. Some of the different left the field In spite of every effort as Edwards goes in for In- apart. matters when a thought etry! 2:45: Record program.
i
letters state that this waa man at end. Fullback makes 4 11:30: -Lester and Evelyn go get 3:00: Harmonica program
that could be made to
rally
to We have heard of people who struck htm. It was not a big Geometry-Solid if you
j their trouble. Talk to your city I them." yards around end. Halfback ails help on Wynken Boulware.

( editor, he isn't hard-boiled enough I General Knox wrote that Wash- gain at line Fullback goes around have too big a tongue for their thought but It served to knock him didn't know it.11:45Will 3:30: NBC Play by play darai
out of trance and into a coma.
Well if want to see if a : next period ever
makesa mouth.
not to put a few papers on the ex- to end for 1st down. Halfback you : tion of the Tornado-Tiger tooth!
of
unmindful
danger
ington
to Ben and ask him He collected ten thousand regular didn't eat breakfast?
nice gain of 6 yards through It Is true, go end? Why we game.
( change list, free of charge. I hope himself rode into the storm of bul-
to
this suggestion will remedy the line Halfback hits line for 2 yards to open his mouth. troops and was going plan a 12:13: : -Hey, you! What time Is : 5:30: NBC The war of Flowers
lets to rally the fleeing Americans. scheme to win the war. He plannedto
but whistle It?
Fullback starts at line
trouble with the Waycross Jour- No one felt the sting of this dis- and Breed'sHill Blackeye Susan.
Hill
blows and Starke Is penalized up The idea of perpetual motion Is capture Bunker 12:30: -Lunch at last-Seniors 5:45: : My experiences in box
nal and the other school newspa- did the i
defeat com-
appointing as to their 4 yard line. High Springs carried out In B. H. S., but undera and wage war from these wait for lower classmen to pass by Dynamite Dunn.

:pees Editor-in-Chief. .mander-ln-chlef. still has the ball. Halfback loses 8ub-b.anch, prepetual limp. All points. However, the Americans out first 6:00: Hotel Magnolia. dance 0
I : "Upon the whole, the report ,,1 yards on a slow move. Halfback those that don't believe me look didn't want him to do that ao dur- 1:13-We: feel much better now chestra.

WHEN VICTORY SLIPPED concluded, "It may be said that :makes 5 yards through line. Halfback at Ralph Cox. ing the night a thousand Americans -Maybe we'll last until 3:45.: : 6:30: NBC Stab and stab
unfortunatethan
the day was rather I line. built a fort on Breeds Hill and 1:30 The bell-again the Sen-
f'I FROM WASHINGTON'S GRASP sustained no makes 3 yards through : scriptlon of Bull fight from
r injurious. We Fullback hits line, but falls to i The Robinson brothers did not prepared for battle. iors get a break-they march up arena.

d In the early morning fog of Oc- ,material loss of men, and brought I make first down. show up so good in the last game, I The British took three thousand first. 7:30: Dance music by Will

tober 4, 1777. George Washington, .off all our artillery, except one I Starke gets the ball on their 4 in fact did not have a chance when .of their best men and started up 1:33: : -Miriam returns library er's Connecticut Yankees.

with characteristic vigor and decision piece, which was dismounted. The :yard line. Matheny punts a fine one Tyson, Sternberg and "Popeye" :Breed's Hill to drive the "rebels" keys. She doesn't seem to be In 8:30: W. B. C. Program fit)

attacked the British troops at enemy are nothing the better by I and the ball Is out of the danger ':Matheny were really mad. :out General Warren, who was a hurry, though.2:15Everyone banquet Hall of B. H. S.

Germantown, Penn. The Americana the event; and our troops, who are 'zone I !commanding the Americans said, : : looks sad. I believe 9:00: NBC Round and square

supposedly dispirited by not In the least dispirited by it High Springs takes time out I Much disappointment was writ- "Don't fire till you see the blue we'll have M. O. S. this per cussiona from Sir Arthur's Squi

their recent defeat at Brandywine, ,have gained what all young troops Fullback atempts pass but it is In- ten over a great many faces whenit !of their suntans." iod. Table.

Howe considered incapable of so 'gain by being in action. I have the complete. Fulback tries pass over I was heard that Herbert Stevens I When fifty yards away the Brit- 2:45: : -1 made :54! I made 60! did 9'W\ NBC History of John Salij

1 bold a atroke. pleasure to inform you, that both center, but it is Is incomplete. High'had been barred from football by 'ish received a voley of shot that anyone make over that? No. Well, by Pocahantos Smith.

But General Washington madea officer and men behaved that did with them a Springs receives 5 yard penalty. the athletic commission. The convinced them that the grapes I I surely am smart. (Now Evelyn, 10:00: Eyewitness descriptiono

night march in order to surprisethe degree of gallantry" Halfback fumbles and losses 4 trouble was Herbt did not attend were sour. They retreated, ran, don't brag.) the sinking of the Titanic by '

enemy. lie believed he had the highest honor. at- yards Fullback punts school' last year, and to play foot- fled, and checked out in order to 3:00: -The last bell. Did anyone Sternberg.

succeeded and wrote congress to The effect of this startling Third Quarter ball you must attend school the save their hides which were more ever hear sweeter music ? 10:02: You will probably bet bol

that effect, but evidence later ob- tack was felt In Europe, both Brit-in High Springs kicks off in third I I preceding year Well good luck, like tennis nets. A second attack 3:05: : -See you in the morning. by the preceding program III ]

tained from British records makes France and England. Great Wash- quarter. Matheny gets ball and ,Stevens, you might make a college was made with the same results. Bye! Don't study too hard-It record program will be started
some- ain once had an example of hits A third attack was made and the
the complete surprise theory makes a fair return. Sternberg team. doesn't pay. ter the second yawn.
In
what doubtful ington's ability and courage. line for 8 yards. Sternberg goes I Americans began using brickbats.Of 10:15: : CRC Saxaphone Seek

,' ; At any rate, the Americans at France, Vergennes remarked that through line for 2 yards. Ma- The sidelines noticed that when course this was not fair as the SAY IT AGAIN
by Rudy Vallay.
b ,' first seemed headed toward complete Washington had accomplished |theny goes through line and back- John Inman and Ivan Hazen hit a I(British won the battle. 10:30: The Rising and Shine

fl victory. Washington and his wonders with his practically new field and Is free to go for a touch- man he stayed hit, in fact the ca- When Washington heard of this Mary P.: "I can tell you before by the Fleichmous Yeast Co.
the
officers believed the day won, when army, and it augured well for down but the whistle called him naries sang to him for about eight he said, "We have met the enemy the game starts what the score Is 11:30: The Wreck of the His

suddenly the Continentals and accompanying ultimate success of the-Selected.Americans. back. Starke receives 15: yard penalty -I'minutes. and we are theirs." going to be." revealed by Miriam Jacobt

militia were thrown for some reason. Sternberghits Earl Kilgore. Dot. R.: "What?" Palm reading hour]
12:00: The
'T4 + into unexpected confusion. Insteadof line for 8 yards. L. Robinson The High Springs boys surely ,- Mary P.: "Nothing to nothing Madame Queen Brlnson, the

4 following up the advantage CAMPUS RUMORS punts. High Springs gets the ball. were frothing at the mouth, in fact, Battle of Lexington before the game starts." who see all, hears all, and don

m' gained at first, Washington saw I Fullback hits the line for T yards. wbp- E. Robinson hit one in the Word has been spread far and !. know the half of it.

his men hastily retreat Miriam Jacobs went to Jackson- Halfback falls to gain around end. mouth with his head he was bleedIng wide that Samuel Adams had call- Victor: "Does the moon affect 12:30: Ladles and what you

Thla battle, says the United ville Friday. The teams argue and chew the at the mouth. ed the king of England a naughtyname the tide?" will then sign on"

l States George Washington Bicentennial Loyaelle spent the week-end )in rag until they compromise, so the I a . and that John Hancock open- Ralph: 'To, only the untied." with further you notice., we

commission, was one of the Gainesville. game can start Fullback punts to SENIOR, PRIVILEGES ly agreed with him. : .

half dozen or so Revolutionary con- Beverly went to the Auburn- L. Robinson who makes fair re- Buffalo Bill had been sent from Ben (boasting): "A thousand,, JUNIOR NEWS

flicts in which General Washington Florida football game Saturday. turn. Starke get baa Matheny First in the building, last getting Boston with a troop of Boy Scoutsto wouldn't buy this theme. The Juniors are very proud

: commanded in person. Unfortun- Louise Edwards visited Jackson hits line for 3 yarda. Matheny out.Three capture these two traitors and Melba: "And rm one of the thou- : their claim on the football

ately, he waa denied victory by ville Saturday. Melrose Sunday. galna 4 yards in and end run. E. pages of Geometry, six in I burn them at the stake. sand." this year. We have severald,

circumstances over which he had (Popular girL) Robinson falls to gain at line. L. History, ten In English, about 20 However, a light hanging from boys on the first string: Han?

ao controL Despite his repulse, Patsy motored to Jacksonville Robinson punts question In Chemistry for house- the lonesome pine soon sent the Patsy: "Haven't I seen you son, Mac Davis, John Inmoa

]however, the great American leader Saturday. High Springs gets the ball Halfback work. unknown soldier on his faithful somewhere, sometime?" beside that we have some

$ had acted on the offensive and One of our brilliant Seniors gavea goes around left end for 2 Get out of Physical Ed. about mule, "Maude: ," to Lexington Herbert: "Quite likely, I've been Malcolm Lewis, Ivan fl lazeD

had given Howe sufficient reasonto luncheon Friday. The person was yards and in this Jumble Lester twice a year. where he rode through village and there." Gratton Cooper.

fear for his safety. He once Evelyn Stump. After the luncheon Romlnaon was knocked cold and Ch:: "w chewing gum (out of farm crying, "Remember the Alamo Harry Mac and John ba"'

aa at Trenton and Princeton, stayed that way for a long time. schooL) Louise
more the hostess and her guests attended : "Anything in the paper ed In this yeas
bowed himself to be a dangerous I B. H. S.-Hlgh Springs football Fullback makes 4 yards through I Late or absent any' time they I The Ku Klux Klan was Immed- this morning every game-

adversary, able to strike quickly game. line and in two more plays failed want to (with excuse on return.) iately organized and prepared for Lolselle: "No Just the same old Society (as the Juniors <'J

,> and with telling effect I Vie Thomas went to Hampton': to make the down. I Get off on' Friday afternoons battle. The British arrived and thing; only happening to different :Miss "Mickey" Brownleethe

On October G, Washington wroteto Friday night(just for the ride.) Starke gets the ball. Mathenyhits (provided they are excused.) were so angry to learn that the people." week-end in DeLand.

the President of Congress an I There was a fashion show over' line for 10 yards. E. Robinson I Speak in study hall (after 'Americans had heard them coming Miss Haynes visited (

account of the battle. The attack In Gainesville Friday. (The B. H. B. loses 1 yard. Matheny makes 2 ,school) 'I that they shot one of the men In His girl: (Scorning suitor) "I circus Monday Hope in St AugustlJlt

{ was determined upon. Washington faculty attended the teachers meet-,!I yards through line. E. Robinson I Read any kind of literature in I the heat of the battle (a very delicate wouldn't leave I my home for any I NoW' then, down to real
said after It was learned that falls to gain at line. E. Roblnosn .study halls (provided the teacher spot) Then the fighting boy." started::! talking
Ing.) I We've
:
Howe had weakened the post by : Mr. Grids made his weekly visit -I I punts. Inman Is knocked out on doesn't see you.) started The Americans having Mac D.: (Brightly) "All right I again. and where thlbI1
sending some of his troops to the play and Starke takes time out. i all their toes shot off took to their we'll live here." quet already ,
,
to see the football boys perform is from will
Delaware. It was arranged to at- their "weakly" try out (first of!I High Springs has the bait Full IN' CHAPEL heels and fled to Concord but there main coming profound 'peteQ;
tack Germantown on all aides at back makes 2 yards around end. they were reinforced. The British a the
: Evelyn: "Mother that
the week after those hard games.) I dentist I about two weeks before
once, and the morning of October Halfback hits line for lit down. The president of the 4-H Club, heard on the road by the AmerIcans went to wasn't painless. "grand and JI

1, (y ? 4 was fixed as the time. ,Fullback falls to gain at line. Full- Miss Jordan, was at chapel Thurs- proceeded to Concord but Mother: "Why, did he hurt you?" date of that

"We marched about 7 o'clock the Largo-40 acre Hector Properties back gain 4 through line. Fullback day for the purpose of reorganizing ,were ambushed by them from Evelyn: "No man but he yelled affair arrives.Hope rain soon.!

; ;$ 1 4 preceding evening wrote Washington citrus grove on Ridge road fails to gain around end. the 4-H Club In Starke. Each rock and bush. They suddenly remembered Just like any other dentist whenI !It will -

,$ s,, ', +; r "and General Sullivan's advanced southwest of city, sold to David I! Fourth Quarter pupil who wished to join filled outa that their mothers bit his finger." (Additional School ran'

I' i,' M yd party, drawn from Con- ,Bllgore and Co., of Clearwater. I Starke has the ball at the open- card as to what their previous might be wanting them so Immed- Resale: "How long will it be be- Seven.) '

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-=-- g $30,000 complete with Okeechobee Lake Okeechobee. nearby. Sheriff Keen started an--fresh eggs already In demand. The :red traffic light and stopped. Before 'J

electrical installations and high- ,is at a low level of 13 1-2 feet, I Investigation. He did not recall re- plant is to Increase this demand the signal changed the agenta i .
of Florid&' In Short Paragraphs priced furniture imported from which augurs welt for spring crops. ports of any person disappearing: through advertising. Dr. D. C. pulled up and arrested .,.
News Europe Is being built by It Is at the lowest stage for this In this section in recent months. Glllls, of Tallahassee prelsdent of seized his car, which bore a Gear,1;
Hugh f
Dlllman. I season of the year that it has been !, the association, presided at the gia license plate, and confiscated
Palm
Beach winter resident in many years. So far the fall Vero Beach-A number of cities meeting and spoke on the objects a! pproxlmately 470 quarts of Ue -
on his 160-acre model farm rainy season has been Ideal I for i along the Florida East Coast Railroad and advantages of the organization uor. Suspecting that Blackburn ,
STATE NEWSTOLD I about six miles southwest of this planting in this section and there'' have taken up beautification to poultry men and to the pub might not have been traveling .
rLIVE city in Palm Beach county. are some good crops of beans peppers :I In an extensive way. Recently letters lic. :alone the agents went to the St. ;
cabbage and the like In this were received by the F. E. C. Johns river bridge and there seized ., (
Bushnell W. S. Presson of area. I officials requesting the railwayto Pensacola The days of the another car containing 530 quarts
Coleman who has recently moved beautify Its right of way in electric street cars in Pensacolaseem of liquor.
BY OUR EXCHANGES here from Charlotte, N. C., has in Jacksonville: -Mrs. Margaret L. other cities similar to the beautification to be numbered for there Is -

-_. .. his possession a large Bible boundIn Andrews believes that it pays to In Vero Beach. The applicants now pending a proposition to substitute Klsslmmee-The editor of the 4
-- -------------- brown calfskin given as a wedding advertise--in some cases. She i recently . were informed that the beautification motor buses for the cars, Kissimmee Valey Gazette visited
.- machine operators dally will mean an Increase In the present to his great-grand advertised an automobile work done in Vera Beach which for more than 2Q years have the home of Mr. and Mrs Ickes it;

I h orlando-Slot Orlando met with city's payroll of almost $2,000 parents John E. Murphey and Let- for sale. A man showed up In answer ! was the result of the activity of the been operated under a franchise. near that city recently and viewa y
all the city of sher- weekly. tie Lavender Murphey, June 23, to the ad and asked to see the I beautification society in Vero This franchise will be surrendered great curiosity. It was a seven
surprise onslaught by the 1833. car. lie then asked permission to' Beach. It is admitted by the electric car year old orange vine and It was In a

da forces., A total of 72 machinesre West Palm Beach Nearly a drive it, saying that If It came up : operating company to any company full and perfect bloom. Althoughthe
s confiscated In less than an in St. Petersburg The soldiers to his expectations and he liked it, :. New Port Richey Under the which will take It over according vine was cut back to the
has been
dollars
million spent home project secured for this city he would buy it. He took the car- supervision of Father Felix Ullrich, to admissions which have ground in the spring, it now
d !n ur. Palm Beach this summer In con means that ultimately the home and has never been seen since. priest of the local Catholic church, been made by representatives of reaches a height of several feet
Macclenny Senator T. 3. struction of new homes remodeling will accommodate 4000 disabled their church building has recently the company, In a hearing held at and completly covers the trellis

ebb, bas bought five more Bra of others and repairs the and Palm additionsto Beach veterans and that the project maybe I St. Augustine In view of the undergone marvelous changes bothIn the chamber of commerce rooms placed there for It to run upon.,
bulls to put with his herds of grounds completed within four years at numerous applications to operate aide and out and now presents recently. The editor of the Valley Gazette)
Jones has also add- scene will be more magnlflcient a final cost of $4,000,000 accordIng -r t race tracks In this state under the a most pleasing and imposing ap says It was one of the most beaun
Bother one of this breed to his than ever this winter. to word received here from legalized parl-mutuel system of ,' pearance. An addition at the rear Pennies are worth plenty at the tlful Bights he has ever seen.

ock cattle. -Construction of Washington.Lake betting. State Senator A. M. Taylor of the edifice gives much more Retail One Ont Sale Novemtter Thousands white, fragrant waxy ,
Fernandina
Representatives A. M. Zlm and; room and space for the services. 4th fith, 6th and 7th. Buy one article blossoms completely cover the vine
: it DeFunlak Springs-The levy fore the plant of the Oceanic Packing City-The city commission Peter Kendrick in the state legislature The interior has been painted a for the regular price and revvlve and the odor of the blossoms la
county fair has been made bye company new shrimp canning in regular session awarded the and county and city officials snowy white and the pews have another just like U for a pen very much like that of the orange '
several
county commissioners BO It Is plant in this city started $11,500 contract for the erection have expressed themselves very been decorated with the general ny. No limit t Buy all you "wont! tree bloom. The leaves also very
VI assured that Walton county weeks ago has been completedand complete of a steel elevated water definitely against what actually\ church appearance. Mitchell's The Rexall Store. much resemble those of the orange
d hold l a fair this year. Fiver the plant will be in operationas [I storage tank with 250,000-gallon amounts to flooding of the state tree, the resemblance being somewhat
weather;
Bred dollars has been approprl- soon as unfavorable capacity 145 feet from the top to with horse and dog tracks. Pensacola Proposed slashesIn High Springs-Carl Henn, ownerof heightened by the fact that
ed for the payment of premiums. conditions let up. I' the foundation piers to the water --r Navy Department expendituresby Oakmont Manor arm on state both the limbs and blossoms are
Cat 1, Stores tank girder or balcony and 160 Orlando-A portion of the public Representative Tom A. Yon, highway No. 2 between High ,equipped with small spikes like the
Fort Pierce The Fort Pierce Daytona Beach Lerner feet to the overflow or 161 feet alley lying west of Orange avenue will not affect the Pensacola Naval Springs and Alachua Is developing orange tree. The vine bears a light
di ..rtoplng! season will open around corporation of New York operat- above the finished grade. and running between West Air Station program. Tho grading Ms holdings. into one of the yellow fruit which resembles miniature +
ovtraber 1 and a larger fleet than I I ing 175 women's readytoweafI ; Church and West Pine streets was paving and other Initiatory finest diversified farms in this sec oranges !and, which is flavored -
q er will base here during the sea- I in the country have bought Plant City As harbingers of vacated by an ordinance passed 1 by work Involving the expenditure of tion. The farm Is already well like an oron" gg "o far as ig ii
LW 'II'S operations, according to the I I I the property at 144 South Beach the forthcoming strawberry crop, the city council. The action was about $750,000: Is to be Inaugurated stocked with big-grade Jersey cattle known the vine Ii tuc only one of
and
plaIns of two boats which are street for $1,200 a front foot ripe strawberries are being brought taken in order to perfect the title : within the next few months. Tho and now Mr. llenn is developing Its kind In the state the editor
oW I In the local port. will open a store there next sum- into Plant City now for exhibition to property sought by a large chain : ultimate cost of the permanent a large tung grove having says. i
to mer. purposes only. These are being store, which for many weeks has' Improvements contemplated will I planted several thousand] trees. He:
Tampa-Wlth a cargo of 1600 picked from "stubbled" plants and been planning the erection of a amount to nearly 9000000. This has a tung nursery farm from Fort Meade Any doubting t
xes of grapefruit In her holds Ft. Lauderdale A full 20 hours are not indicative of the general $200,000 store in this city. huge sum is to be appropriated 1 by which he gets his young trees for ;Thomases who do not believe that
he refrigerated steamship Alamo ahead of schedule the S. S. Huguenot trend of the crop which will not i -- congress In allotments over a period planting and he believes the tung the poultry business pays well. 1
r the Clyde-Mallory line, sailed fore giant tanker of the Rich- come in marketable quantities before Apalachlcola-The river steamer of several years. oil Industry !ia destined to becomeone should visit the modern poultry
P York with the season's first field Oil Co., steamed into Port the latter part of next month. ] John W. Callahan Jr., which of Florida's greatest assets. He farm of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stev
a rleerated cargo of citrus from Everglades on her initial call to I sank September 26 near Butler's Plant City Harry Worthington already has enough young trees I to ens. This business was started ,
a "ampa Union Terminal.. discharge a quarter million gallons WillistonA.. A. Griffin of Wllllston -: Ferry on the Chattahoochee river of South Bend, Ind., produceseach plant an additional fifteen acres. practically on a shoe string, and G
1r of gasoline for distribution to Flor- has Just completed his mod- has been raised and repaired, and year what are considered I by ____ I not a very strong shoe string at p''
Apalachicola = The oyster sea- ida and Bahaman points. dern hard rock crushing; plant near ia now being operated between many to be the best cantaloupesIn Madison Quite a quantity of that .About three years ago Mr.
Ion la in full swing In that sectiond -- that town. This plant is electrically Apalachicola and Bainbraldge. The the country. He was In PlantI Kentucky: wonder beans are being and Mrs. Stevens secured about
dozens of oyster boats are un- Monticello-The cotton gin over driven and is as modern a boat made its second trip this I City a few days ago with an eye; shipped by local growers. The three hundred White Leghorn
dIng their caroges at the docks by the cemetery owned by Parkhill I small hard rock plant as will be week since it sank and missed only. to: establishing the cantaloupe Industry price realized $2.25 a hamper f. a o. chicks.; A little later the latest
1 i day. It Is stated that oysters Mays caught fire and burned to found in the state. Mr. Griffin two trips while repairs were being In this section if he finds b. Madison Is quite satisfactory, Improved brooder methods were
Is season are larger and fatteran the ground. The gin was running will furnish surface treatment for made. conditions favorable. He Is of the and if the growers get a good rain adopted and installed and then
ever before. when it caught and it is thought roads in Florida and expects I to opinion that Florida might como shortly they think they will be able chicks; began to appear by the
that a piece of flint or metal in keep his plant busy.Alachuahe I Monticello Austrian winter In heavy on the annual spring cantaloupe to ship until frost and should get i hundreds and Mr. Stevens always
t Tampa- The Tampa-St. Petersburg the cotton caused a spark which peas as a cover"crop is certainlyone harvest the same as grower some money. E. A. Bronson II. I[I succeeded In finding a ready market -
metropolitan district as Ignited the cotton. town of Alachua, of the farmer's best friends. A In the famous Imperial Valley, D. Oxford and C. D. Tomllnson for eggs and broilers. These
uped by the bureau of census, in Alachua county claims the distinction club: boy according to actual figures California have an especially pretty field of 12 sales ran into the thousands of '
d i the largest In Florida topping Miami-Dade county school enrollment of having the largest sausage Including every cost produced 1-2 acres under the Cantey tobacco pounds) monthly. Now at High ,
th the Jacksonville and Miami i this year to date showsan factory in Florida and perhaps 56 2-5 bushels of corn per acre DeLand-Willis B. Powell, recently shade. They began shipping lands Oak Farms 300 happy hens) "
uctopolltan areas by more than' increase of 1310 pupils over the I in the south. The plant Is at a cost of 13c per bushel. Without : apolnted to the position a of Monday. Russel Flowers has eight are elnglng and cackling and producing -
_>0,000, according to official figures same period last year. Total registration -,, one of the most efficient, cleanest the peas as a cover crop his publicity director for the Florida (acres, R. C. Dickinson ten acres eggs all the while. Mr.
1 [announced by the bureau recently. to date this year is 25,- and best managed in the country.It ; records show that the would have century; of progress committee, has and Fred Hardee seventeen acres Stevens will soon make other Improvements -
418 as against 24,163 last year. is located just south of the townon produced only 12 1-3 bushels of :arrived In DeLand and taken up The Loper W, 11.Davis and b:. A. by Installing electricity ';
Key West-One hundred sharks This is the largest enrollment in a hill and is electrically equipped corn per acre at a cost of 30c per the duties of his office. The committee Dronson have already shipped their throughout his home and out
daily ought to be brought in here Dade county since the days of the with a modern layout. bushel. is to arrange for Florida bean crop houses. Running water will also ;
within the next few days It seems' real estate boom. participation In the World's FairIn be Instated. In future the Stevens r
with a chance that this number Jacksonville--James I. Barnes, Perry A traveler from the Chicago in 1033. Mr. Powell Crystal River-The oyster season will specialize on Rhode Island 1j'.
may be doubled shortly. Even 100 West Palm Beach-A log cabin Logansport Ind., contractor witha central part of this country says will divide his time between Talla- at Crystal River opened officially Reds and Barred Rocks for broilI -
- __ ____u_ ________ ___ _.- bid of $286,880, submitted the that the farmers are harvesting the haHBee and DeLand, with the possibility on October 1, anal. shipments I They have possibly the largest -
_ '...4fJW low proposal for the constructionof most bounteous crops of many that at a later date be are now being made to all parts and most modern poultry farmin
the new parcel post building years. This Is good news to follow might spend some time In Jackson of the country. According to L. C. Polk county. M;.
' tr'f''N 3.43 'rY4 4 to play Gridgs when the bids were opened recently their drouth of last year, and ville. Yeomans, owner of the Miller a
r by the treasury department In even though corn Is 24 cents a Point Fish and Oyster company You ran make the biggest saving t
AUCTIONCONTRACT Washington, according to an Associated bushel, oats 18 cents, wheat 42 Ten Chinese who had eaten nothIng the oysters being produced this of the yenr at the Koxall One s
alt.< Press dispatch from the : cents and peaches 25 cents a bushel for two days were found on a year are the finest to be had hive Out! Mule, November' 4th 5th, 8th, ,
national capital. basket they will have something tacit island In Lost Man's river years. They are larger than anil 7th. Two fresh guurunteed
to eat If not any money In near Everglades yesterday, apparently usual and extra fat for this earlyIn store articles. for the price of one
Palatka The new all-steel their pockets. I left there, officers said by the season. Several large sanitary plug one cent. lUltt heU' The RexII d

b "ynri 2 Ferguson: seamless boat, "City of Sanford," __ i smugglers: who had brought them oyster houses are located at Store
/ MSSp' V made her debut upon the St. Johns Panama City-The first consignment into Florida from Cuba. Only one Crystal River and this industry
y V Author of 'PRACTlCAl AUCTION niuoCn"Col : river in grand style, when she gaily: ; of cotton to move through of the ten could talk even broken promises to be far better this season Dovenport Construction of
proceeded to break the river record the Port of Panama City went onboard English.! From him officers got a than It has been for several new packing house of Holly Hill 1
yriyla,1931. by Hoyle, Jr. from Jacksonville to Sanford by; the steamship Hastings. ThisIs story of each Chinese paying $200to years. Crystal river oysters have CltruM Growers Association progressing wt
about three hours. This, including! a the first owned vessels the Waterman $400 to be brought to Florida an unusually good flavor, and shipments rapidly. fi,
ARTICLE No. 2 280 tons of freight which was Steamship company has, and landed "near a big city", The are made to all parts of the Contract let by Orange county 1
dealer's stated to be 70 tons more than has loaded with cotton since their purchase officers believed Miami. was the state as well as to other states. comlsaloners to A. R. Merrill construction -
If there Is one thing; about Auction correctly bid two hearts. The six ever been carried on the river. of a fleet of vessels from the,city referred to. Co., for construction of
u ind Contract t'at is certain and un- partner: holding: the remaining Vlnelandand
duputed, it is the fact that na: rerfect .eartsl doubled and defeated the con- United States shipping board. The Milton Up in the northeast one-half of road between
System of bidding has been or is ever tract by three tricks. These are bad Pensacola-Navy Day Oct. 27.wtll cotton was shipped to Bremen, Chipley-D. II. Ricks a Florida corner of Sonta Rosa county the Winter Garden.Jacksonville .
likely \ > be invented. Almost any breaks of course but show what be a great event In Pensacola Germany and Is being shipped byone farmer living eight miles from little farming center of IlelanJ- Plans under way
yitcm: if clearly understood by partners happens even to the soundest of bids. If plans which are now in the making , of the largest,cotton companies. Chlpley believes a farm should villa Is beginning to prosper and to extend alarm system to South
and intelligently played will. produce Here's the other angle: winning by branch and provide forall Jacksonville and Ortega.
: dealer holds are successful. Every In the south. pay Its own way take on the appearance of a typical
between good results.of 1 he bidding only Terence in: both bad no-trump bidd'ng.hand The but only two a strong little of the navy has been assigned some the needs of Its tillers. 'Rick agricultural town. A year a&othere Dukes Plans being made fat'building

games lies systems to the difference in the skill spades. Instead of bidding one no Important duty to perform and the Mayo--Sherlft Norman Pearson :who was 77 years old the other was only a wilderness of forest bridge across New River'I '
ol the pliyera advocating the different trump, he bid two spades and was aviators will have a great day of I of' Lafayatte county was shot and 'day, said be had lived and workedon and wild vegetation on the Dukes Ferry; to be Joint bridge
System The only thing that ma kes one doubled by second hand. He then |lt, in the maneuvers which they .kllecl today In a pistol battle with his present farm for 33 years. St',000(( acres that In now becoming between Bradford and Union coun, ;
that (' is the and bid two no trump and made three had odd. !may be given liberty to execute atdizzy 'Call Stewart officers said when During all that time he said he one of the foremost agricultural ties.
it .11 more easily understood Second hand and his partner asetup Geiger three bushels ofcorn ,
but failed to lead it altitudes. the sheriff and Deputy purchased only centers of this section of the state.
writer applied has by the known average of player.match The because spade of the suit dealer's bluff bid. A sought to araest Stewart on a liquor and Just $1 worth of meat. Now there are the homes of 50 ,

flmel between experts advocating many different fine exampled winning by bad bidding. Bonlfay The Henderson-Walts change. Stewart recelveJ two Asked how he accomplished thinhe farmers who have encircled their COFFINS & CASKETS
systems and, as a rule such Still another example. The dealer Lumber company in the sale oftheir t1esh wounds and Geiger was shot said he tried to grow everything fields with fences planted vegetables And u full Line of
jatcres have been more or less even. bid one no trumo and second hand large acreage of cut over In the hand In the exchange of bullets. bo I had to use on the farm with'the and grain and begun tbe
it is very lucky that there is nb holding the following: lands In Holmes and Washington Three bullets struck the exception of coffee.KissimmeeWork work of reclaiming that land. Last Undertaker Supplies''
Perfect system of "bidding. If there llcirts 10, 7 counties, states that a considerablearea !sheriff's body. Sheriff Pearson week 34 more settlers arrived In

were, the game and charm.would No soon lose likes its'aicmition Clubs iamond.A- 7 K, Q, J, 10, 7.5 of these lands are being soldunder Jled as be was being taken Into a on the resurfacing :Zelandvllle:: and property has been VTUIOIIII.I': IIKAUHHAlnur :
to feel that the other fellow one knows as Spades- Q 8, 4 the contract terms offeredby hospital at Lake City. of the highway from the purchased and paid: for by 75 more .H ..""... 'rpr .>...
much as he does and, if the bidding bid two spades on the theory that the the company.: Since the first IClsBlmee river bridge easterly hasbeen families who have not yet arrived. ...rl.*. nt t.. i...v..t UM.....
were perfect no one could put anything dealers partner if he held a stopper in cf September there has been a total Apalachlcola The Northwest advancing steadily during the Mlttprlnl ......11... tu ..1.nr.p*
\ over. the spade suit would undoubtedly bid of cash and contract sales to 30 Florida association, with R. C. past few weeks, It was stated, with Crooksvllle I. J. Kaltb Tampa writer.
W.iat really makes Auction and Contract two 113: trump. It happened just as mile.* and ttf.tttnTKItf.ltHEWITT: M'IIIAL"'I'
five
so fascinating i is iu second hand had planned. The dealer's Individuals covering 3,480 acres. Patterson of Pensacola as president [only some four or motorist was serving 00 days injail
!uncertainty. Every T bid however, practically is partner bid two no trump,second hand - will hold its annual meeting several bridge approaches remainIng and five passengers en route C. JONESTtllMK
In the nature of a speculation or A doubled and defeated the contract by Jacksonville-It Is only a question In Apalachicola Thursday October to be given attention. The work to a Atlanta were stranded here to- /I.D Ills
gamble for there is no guarantee that two tricks making seven diamond of time when night freight 22. The membership of the! body should be completed within another jay as a result of the campaign
the cards will not be so distributed tricks right off the reel. These examples airplanes will curry southern Is made up of a close to 200 prominent !- month, weather condition being favorable. by state agents to break up un-
that your bid no matter how sound of winning by bad bidding are fruit and vegetables to northern business men who get together Starting November 1, colored Icensed hauling of travelers. Kaith
cannot you\ bid be made. For example suppose' given this as kind a warning.for there's Never nothing try to stunts such grown cities. The plants will fly Intho every three months to consider labor now employed will be was arrested! yesterday at the request L
one heart hearts of
toded by the ace,, holding five and an bidding. If you win once you are en- cold atmosphere at a high altitude and discuss the business problem replaced by white labor in this district of the state motor vehicle
wifside. ace. No one will say queen that such couraged tu try again and you cannot and make Icing: unnecessary. of their respective communities.The and only married men or single department and John Linhart ofthe
a bid' is unsound: under any system help but lose out in the long; run. Learn It will be possible to have grapefruit territory covered, is all counties men supporting families wUl be state railroad commlslon'a
it
and yet you are doubled and lose your some" system well and understand and strawberries served inthe from Godsden to Eacambia. employed, It was stated. rcell. Convicted before County
mastered
contract by three tricks. There were thoroughly. Once you have morning In New York, pickedthe ---- Judge John Whitehurst, Kalth was v
results.Tfe
A seven bad hearts break in one hand against you. i it! stick to it and choose you will is! immaterial get night before In Florida. Miami Dean Crosby 32 Fort DeLand "Florida has the fined $50 and costs on two chuges'l
but
made a bad bid. no one can say you but the system application you is everything. Let - Myers, was drowned la Tamlaml cholco location for the Century of" unable to pay, he was ,
The what he can expectof : and winter the Tamlaml Trail World's Fair at Chicago travelers not I
following; example hands apply your partner know Fort Pierce Fall canal alongside Progress The officials warned 4
jually! 7"'l.to' Auction or Contract. you and don't disappoint. Be dependable truck planting operations are getting' and Mrs. Marshall. Scott believed declared Mayor Earl W. Brown, to patronize person advertising cut'
band, holding the spade and second firsts last and all was the time.submitted welt under way in St. Luclo; to be his mother-in-law, was injured who returned< to DeLand from Chicago rate automobile service unless they
Hearts following: The following correspondent problem with the county: and indications are that extensive -! near Clades after an automobile where he and the other members were certain the cars carried forhire
6,4,3 statement by that a he was unable to solveit acreages will be planted, colllalc today Sheriff M. P. of the state committee have license tags and railroad commission -
and asking for assistance: within( the next few weeks. Rains Lehman's: office was Informed tonight. [spent tho past tea days. Six thousand certificates required byla.w.
SpaUe.-A of the last few weeks have put the Two men, who officers said],. feet of floor space in the .
ground In very good condition for were In an automobile which figIured "Court of States" a building at theright -- .
Problem cropping and growers are taking In the collision and who failed -I! of the main esplanade, basbeen Jacksonville If It hadn't beenfor '
Hearts K, 8, 7,3,2 advantage( of the opportunity toget to stop were arrested 17 miles;I tentatively secured for the a red traffic light and the Intuition I Dark Eye Shadows "
Club.-none their seed planted. west of Miami two hours later. Florida exhibit, Mr. Brown said of two dry agents three alleged are Invisible under the enchanting
Diamonds: none -- They were held here. I the location being one of the most run runners might have gotten -I film Ol seductive beauty Impartedto
Hearts_O <6 J Spades-A, 10 Hearts 9,5 St. Petersburg Pmellas Park -- desirable available places) for the "through" with their contraband your skin and complexirn. a
have here today They need no longer age your appearance -
Club.fi'1o,4,2 CIab.87anaondsnone growers this season Bradenton-Returning exposition. cargo valued at approxl-
Y I gladiolus
I A B I Diamond.-iO,4,3 than 4000.000 bulbs In the from a cattle roundup In the $ ,ooo. At it is, the trio faces federal or detract from the ,
: more youthful ben
SPiaes-Q Spades-none of more of Sarasota county Orlando-More than 250 delegates bond of $1,000 charming ty you
: Z I ground and expect a return southeast part: liquor charges: may so easily possess thru
Hearts than $19C,000 on the season's crop 3. H. Daughtrey reported the discovery from all parts of the state, each and the loa of two automobiles -
of flowers to be shipped to northern last Sunday of the skeleton gathered here at the opening twodaY while the cargo la doomedfor GOURAUD"SOR1ENT4L
Clubs-A, Q, 5 markets, according to J. IL of a man about six feet tall session of the fifth annual con.ventlon destruction. Pursued by prohibition
s Spade.9,3,4,2triThor. Diamonds ie: Choecraf, one of the leading growers. Daughtrey said the man!: apparently [ of the Baby Chick Association. agents a man who gave
The industry was started half ly been dead six or eight Reports were made showing his name a. Max Blauckburn of CREAM '
.are no trumpe and Z U La the. lead. How can Y Z wta five ol the seven a dozen years ago and baa grown months. The bones of a cow which that the poultry men are hopeful St. Louis WM about to outdistance WliM, ru.lt nut ftM...,........ .
-. Sulutttoa-aalll.c ia ant ddenstf Anide. rapidly since tben. appeared to have been shot, were of the market for the winter, with{the officer when be came upon a

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,,"t..rc KCIITh KADKUHO COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE JTLORIOA FRIDAY. pip
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'J' : j ; --- -'-- --- ------ -- PAIN ---.c;. "04
*f.>4' ( workers, have recently addressed So swift
be
Among the attractions will the grow the
"" rt: ,:,I':; J J;, fish pond and; fortune telling booth. the Y. M. C. A. boy at their coun- And: bitterness and seeds Of batt
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ZIFFLola Were more difficult to pain,
Coffee, cake, pies and ice cream: cil meeting here. Last Tuesday at pain give,
t\n"I': j' will be on sale. Costume prizes Mae Lewi*. c... eight p. m. the Y. M. C. A. organization And easier to cure. And one with bu
: \ rJ'\ ,J'J'j' will be awarded the best dressed enjoyed listening to their Then happier all men would live) Can change a friend
friend Mr. Meckelburg, With less they must endure. And
f 'I'd' \ ti.F girl and boy. A delightful evening Services was held at Dock church, Joseph not recall the
fl': ; of amusement is promised those Saturday and Sunday by Elder who very interesting and pleasantly I Wherein- he dealt ctrCUlI1Itaoce
:I'''" who attend. Admission 10( cents Moody of Lacrosse. related his experience as a Y. M. But, oh, the careless word can the blow

i J 't.' ( for school children and 13 cents for Mr. R. B. Thomas and Mrs. J. B. C. A. leader in Los Angeles, Calif I smiteA How strange a !

: I 1 I J' Starke Woodmen Circle Degree adults. Thomas were attending to businessin S -- blow no scar reveals, and word World where& *h|
; ;llt F : j Staff. n_ __ ____ ---n- Starke Friday. And man can cause by Just a slightA To hurt and maim
WEEK OF PRATER PROGRAMFOR Tallahassee Bids opened by wound which never heals. are sure,
Floor Wor Elder J. H. Kelley and daughter -
fa1 Put at And
Ul ConventJonlNorth pain,
on METHODIST W. M. S. Miss Jeannette and Mr. Minzle road department for constructionof so easily ,Incurred
: approximately 18 miles of road Devotion naught can separate Remains so hard to
Groover and sister, Miss Amy, all cure-:
4i' Florida Woodmen Circle convention,' which was accepted.
Wednesday evening .at 7:3: No. 5 in Levy county. Is difficult to gain
j attended church at Lake City last -Edgar A
o i District Convention was held slake t: The members from Starke Grove o'clock the meeting will be led by Guest.
Iit Butler last Friday. who attended were as follows: Degree Mrs. A. Wood. Subject, "Love, the Saturday and Sunday.Mr.
; 1 The hall was ,decorated with staff, Gladys Williams, captain Law of Life." Tipklns and Miss Reaves of
4 yts, lavender and gold 1, flowers and ; Mrs. Chastaln Mrs. Flume, Thursday afternoon' at 3:30: Worthington Springs were in our
r I i arches made from palmetto. Mrs. Bryant, Mrs. Blackburn, Mrs o'clock, leader Miss Amelia Ray section one day of last week.,
r Mrs. Thomas Mrs. Ford Mr.. Mack Williams of Alachua,
; The president, Mrs. Christlfoll, Hundley, assisted by Mrs. F. H. Long and
i called the meeting to order at 2 Edna and Carrie Hutto, Elizabeth Mrs. J. W. White. Subject "..JesusChallen&es. was in our section several days of
o'clock and after the regular openIng Williams, Amy Moore, Vonda In- ." last week.
I' Helen Prather Anna Mur- Mr. and Mrs. F.: W. Reynolds of
*, H exercises, eighteen national man, Friday afternoon at 3:30: o'clock.:
'i, ; ,, and state officers were presented, rhee, Alma Thornton, Mrs.!! Inman, Leader, Mrs. W. E. Middleton, subject Graham, attended church at Rock
vli and grove honors extended to them. state auditor; Mrs. Hutto. Mrs. Little Children." Sunday and were dinner guests of
i ; iy The Magnolia Guards from Jacksonville Williams, Mrs Grlfifs, Mrs. Dew, "Saving Mrs. Reynolds' ,parents, Mr. and' We take in the
An offering will be taken at each pleasure delivering even smallest
i order
Mrs. J. B. Thomas.
't put on the degree work, Miss Mildred Hundley. Mr. Hund- any.
1 ''i when five candidates were initiated I' ley, Mr. Blauckburn and David Sil- meeting. .. Mr. R. Mann and Amy and Mam- where in Starke, and this delivery is made promptly. Do
into the different degrees of the cox. Ie Groover spent Sunday afternoon not
; order.. Reports were read from I I Plate dinner was served by the Now Is the time to put In your at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W.Lewis hesitate to call 160 for your needs.
E the different groves, and officers ladles of Lake Side Grove from 'winter's supply of medicines to .
4I, +, t were elected, who will serve for 6:30( to 7:30.: ( The evening sessionwas guard your family's health. At Mr.,Minzie Groover and Elder J.H. .
i the next''six; months. Past president opened to the public with a the Rexall One Cent Sale November Kelley attended church at Way- 'These Prices Good and Saturdav
Friday CASH
,, Mrs. Christlfoll; President, prayer by Rev. McGuire. 4th, 5th 6th and 7th you receive air Saturday:and Sunday. --- ONLY
T" Mrs. Maude Andrews, Lake Butler; Welcome address, by Mrs Ella 4 4I two Identical articles for the Mr..Fred Sh attended the club
i 1, y, Vice-President, Vonda Inman, I Rimes Strickland, past state presi price( of one plus one cent. Mitch- meeting' Starke Saturday.
r 1 B tarke; Attendant, Margaret dent, and national delegate. ell's The Rexall Store. Mr. and Mrs!' J. W. Lewis and '
Absorbine Jr. 98c
$1.25 50c Milk
_____ pt. Magnesia
Moore, Jacksonville; Assistant attendant Two selections by Mrs. Lee's children spent last Sunday at 29c
f : Maude Bolen Jacksonyvllle band of Lake Butler.' TRAIN SCHEDULE Starke with relatives.
k l f, | ; Chaplain, Mrs. Anna Rich- Competitive drIU work by Starke M4,., C. C. Johns'' and sons, B. M. 50c Gillette Razor Blades 39c 60c Rubbing Alcohol 29c
'u1 t' J ardson, .Jacksonville j Chairman degree team. Effective Sunday, August 9th and S.: T., of Starke, were in our
j r ;$ I','I Auditor, Amy Moore Starke; Inner -' Two popular musical selectionsby schedule changes and trains will II section last Monday.Dr. $1.00 Squibbs Mineral Oil 77c $1.50 Agarol _____ 9gc
1 Sentinel, Ethel Rouse, Jacksonville the Ritch brothers of the state run as follows: George and Mr. Pinkston of
'\ ; Outer Sentinel, Mae Bryant, farm. No. 107, southbound due Starke, Alachua, were in our section Saturday 25c Listerine Tooth Paste 16c
Starke; Captain, Mrs.,WUey, Jacksonville Addresses by the following state 10:40 a. m. 30c Bromo Quinine _____ 17c
i 1j, i ; Junior Supervisor, Susie supreme officers: Mrs. Peterson, No.1, southbound due Starke, Miss Ruby Shaw spent Sunday 50 Hinds H. and A. Cream
la' r Davis, Jacksonville; Musician, Mrs. past national delegate of Ocala; 10:35 p. m. with her cousin, Lula Mae Lewis. 50c Ipana Tooth Paste ___ 33c 33c

i hl Edith Tippins, Jacksonville. I Miss Myrtle Oils Crump, state No. 108, northbound, due Starke, Mr. Elmer Stokes of Ocala, spent $1.10 Miller's Herb Juice
h. Miss Amy Moore from Starke ,.manager of Tampa; State president J:39: p. m. the week-end here with his parents 60c Groves Chill Tonic __ 39c 69c
1'' : extended an invitation to the district Mrs. Leila Davis of Jackson No. 2, northbound, due Starke, Mr. and Mrs..'Bert Stokes.Mr. .
,,I w to meet in Starko for the next ville. :10: a. m. .,Howard Mott and Mr. Lloyd 35c Gem Razor Blades __ 29c' 25c Black Draught 17C
'!
Wannee BranchNo. Dyal> are spending a while In Plant
t'! i i 101 leaves Starke 7 a. m. City and other points of the south. $1.00 Listerine 69c
75c -----
The:'Baptist Woman's No. 102 arrives 2:40: p. m. Mr: C. S. Kelldy and son, Cliff, pt. American Mineral
'; Missionary
T. J. Griffin, Agent. were attending to business In Oil 49c 25c Bayer Aspirin . 13c
Starke Saturday. U' _ *. -1.----____ --

; T Society Met at Church Monday Closing" nf Malls I Mr. and Mrs..Eo J. Lewis and Fouil100 Nyal Aspirin 33etain
s r S Train No. 107, 'south, 10:20: a. m. children: of Brpoker attended 1.501 yr guaranteed -- -
1 The regular business and pro taken up. The president appointedthe Train No. 108, north 8:20: p. m. church at Rock'Sw day. "
p 11 i gram meeting of the Baptist W. following committees to serve Night malls close 6 p. m. Mr. Leslie Green was in our section Syringe, Special for 69c 3 Boxes Kotex _____ 89c
4 ;M. S. was held in the church Monday for the year, 1931.32. Starke & Bell Branch: Monday of this week.
afternoon _.with twenty-two Benevolent and Aid-Mrs. F. F Mail closes 7 a. m. Mrs. Abe Crosby.of Jacksonville,
member!! present. Meeting opened Flume, Mrs. A. L. Kahr, Jr. Mail arrives 2:40: p. m. attended church at Rook Sunday.HAMPTON Our drug prices will compete with any mighty chain store
with singing of, hymn, "Draw Me Mission Study-Mrs. G. C. White. ..... to be found in cities. We fill doctor's prescriptions in
Nearer," followed by scripture Publicity, and Literary-Mrs. S. Blue Bus Schedule p. 0 any our

+ '' ., 11 reading and prayer by the president L. Peek. Northbound: 8:SI a. m., 1:21: p. complete prescription department, using only very best drugs
p I' Mrs. A. M. Darby. Personal Service--Mrs. J. H.
m, 4:19: p. m., 8:21: p. m., 5.00: a. chemicals and pharmaceutical supplies can buy.
The program for the afternoon Pitts, Mrs. F. F. Flume and Mrs.J. money
f iy 'was In charge of Circle No. 1, the L. Silcox. m.Southbound MlM Ada Nlmmo. COT.
: 9:34 a. m., 11:34: a.
? topic being "The Challenge of my Soclal-Mrll. J. E. Wilson,. Mrs. m., 4.34 7:34 12:47
I : p. m., : p. m., : a
!,-y'y'i State." Mrs. J. H. Pitts, circle Ray Newsom and others. Tickets and
nf L74, leader, was ably assisted by Mrs Entertainment Mrs. J. M. Smith's Service Station Information next at to Rev. McGauley of Brooker filled Canova Pharmacy
r la J. M. Brownlee, Mrs. G. Cj White Brownlee, and Mrs. G. W. Alder- courthouse. his regular appointment at the
?; 'j First Baptist church; last Sunday
a r and Mrs. G. P. Raymond in presenting
{ this splendid program. man.Offering for the afternoon was morning and evening
,{, Jil The regular business was then 315., Mr. Newton of Starke, attended
church here last Sunday morning. Phone 160 "Always Reliable" Starke FIa.LIBERATED

GRAHAM Mr,, and Mrs. VT.,Q. Bennett,, of .
t : : Hawthorn, have recently! been the
American Legion Auxiliary'Meets: at tllmm Onl. Ma Smith Co*. guests of Mr.,, and Mrs. M. C.weeney. .

iti sv4 .{ Home Mrs. Floyd Green Wednesday Mrs.Ailaa: Clifton MatLle: Brown Norman and Mr.little and: Rev. Montgomery. of Waldo, will

preach at ,the Methodist church
daughter; Marion, were in Gainesville I
The home of Mrs. Floyd Green with other civil organizations. Friday. here next Sunday morning and eve-

: '1 was beautifully decorated with I Plans were made to' entertain Mrs. Joe Greene of Lake Butler, ning.
'+ baskets of fall flowers Wednesday member of the JonesLangfordWhite Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Roberts Mrs. A.'A. Meade announces the
afternoon where the American post during their member. here for a while. marriage of her daughter, Evelyn
y ,Legion Auxiliary assembled- for ship drive on Nov. 6th at the Leg. Miss Pearl Johnson of Rising, Jessie Meade of Hampton to Herbert I
I c' 1 7 their October meeting ion hall. I spent the week-end with her parents H Ellis of Flint, Mich. The I
i Mrs. Noble Ray White, chaplain, Mrs. J. A. Saul was appointed : Mr. and Mrs.. R. M. Johnson ceremony was solemnized at the
opened the meeting with prayer, chairman of the 1932 membership Mr. Duffle Abernathy left Wednesday Baptist parsonage In Fomapno,
I followed ,by the preamble, roll call,j I drive with Mrs. D. T. McGill and for his with Rev. J. P. Lee'oft'lclating. ImmedIately \
and reading of minutes. Mrs. George Anderson on her com Miss Novella position.King, of Hampton, after the'marriage they IIII/ 4 \\ \ I
;Mrs. L. D. Vining gave a report mittee. was the guest of Miss Clyde Mor- left for a trip through the southern I
,, "*on district convention in Gainesville The next meeting will beat the gan Tuelday night. part of the state. They,' will be at
: after which standing committee home of Mrs. Noble Ray White. Mr. W. M.:Thomas home to their friends in Flint, -
and son were """';" f.!! "'-
reports were given: I I Nov. 25.Following:: in Valdosta, Ga.,Tuesday. i Michigan, October 23th, 1931. -- =- III
Mrs. Vonda'Inman'was'appointed the business session Miss Mildred It will be interesting to the I
,, as representatives from Aux- the hostesses, Mrs Floyd Green Thursday night with Broughton, her cousin spent, many friends of Mrs. Sallie Saxon J 1 '" \ 1:1 1:1III:
iliary to serve on the George Wash- and Mrs. Wllmer Holtzendorf Miss. Irene Cain of Louise, to know that she wall ninety III

ington Bicentennial committee served an Ice course.I' Mr.. Riley Wasdin, Miss Inez I years old on Oct. 18th,,and is reas-I IIIII

Dempsey Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Roberts -' onably good health for her age II
!r \' :' 1; -and'Mrs., Joe Greene, attended cheerful and happy-,- and enjoyed Ita

. :'!\it '..i H' ,Bridge Luncheon Given By Missc the circus: In Gainesville Tues her birthday dinner. Mrs.,Saxton 1\\
has many friends in Bradford
\ \ :" \ day.Mr, E. D. and Edgar county: as well as through out the 1I I
,.,\ : f\ Evelyn Stump Friday to Friendscheon Starling son, ,
X, ', <, : and Mr. Fred Johnson, of Lake tate, who wish her many more '
I Wales were visiting Mr. and Mrs. hapy birthdays. She Is now wither a , I
A delightful affair of Friday was several! progressions of I R. M. Johnson and family Saturday son, and daughter in Pompano. ,,.,, ....,."..,. hl il'eN I
: the bridge luncheon given by Miss bridge were enjoyed, after which I and Sunday.. Many of the Hampton people attended .f. II
i1 ,Evelyn Stump Friday at her home ,the party attended the B. H.. S. the football game in Starke -
+ 1 ,to a number of her friends. football game. 'Prizes were presented asf Friday.M .
A color scheme of black and gold Miss Lillian Steinberg and rrll E. Brown of Jackson- I

{ ? ; was carried out in the decorations, Miss Martha Brownlee, for making VANDERBILT 8 onvllle, and several of his cot '.. I

I and the attractive tallies used. The high and;\ low scores, Carrie n.ll N........ Cor. : I
Jower floor of thf home was open' Enjoying thia party were: Missis 'I''k.\ 'k.i

-en suU! and WM tovely wl.thbe' Martha Brownies, IUU p d, Mr. and Mrs. F.. O. l1oUing worth
-
:pretty arrangement of cosmos and Lillian (Bternberg, Bunnla Canova, II
"? other all flowers Cleo dhepardt. raUy Brinson and and children: of Btarke. were visiting DENTIST ,
his brother Mr. W. M. Hol- t "
l Following l the,, three-course,lun-, LolsLongv IngswortA Sunday afternoon. Phone S3 j Hours i f {to B., .

Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Norman Mrs. Over Co, enlni"'. Drug,.6tore I "

'tIlSS GLADYS WILLIAMS !CIRCLES OF THE METHODIST A. A. Edwards and little daughter .. i ,,"' '.S,.. .,. I I
ENTERTAINS!: MEMBERS OF WOMAN'S MISSIONARY Edna Marie were visiting in :, ''A
STARKE DEGREE TEAM SOCIETY TO MEET Gainesville Saturday.' .
-, Misses Mattie Norman and Ra- t e .
a'; 1 ;' On Thursday, evening members Circle of the Methodist W. M. S. chel Silcox attended the teachers F11h 0. f4- _J r, ; I""

1 of Starke degree team of Wood- will meet Monday afternoon at 3:30: association Friday and Saturday i J 1'1,'
man Circle, met at the home of, o'clock.' In Gainesville.Mr. II
;'\,their captain,., Miss Gladys Wil The Noble White Circle will be and Mrs. C. 11. Peeler of I

.. liams. entertained by Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Jacksonville, spent the weekendwith You are not a freeman, if you are permanently bound to your ::1
:- Some time was spent in drilling, and the Harriet Peek Circle will her father Mr. Mack Addison. 0
,after which a musical program meet at the home of Mrs. Pearl Mr. H. L. Norman and Mr. A. A. present occupation, or your present mode of living. You are not ii

f .,'was enjoyed. ,The hostess, asslstt Snyder. Hostesses, Mrs Snyder Edwards were transacting business free if your action is circumscribed by next week's pay check. I:,
t her mother, served refresh- in Jacksonville Friday.
ted by and Mrs. L. O. Green. '
{,:meats to thirty members and other I Mr. I. C. Smith and Mr. Stuartof When Theatres Burned Your are not free if your ambition and initiative must be stifled

,rt v'It,:guests. MEETING OF EXECUTIVE Jacksonville, spent Sunday with by lack of funds. But you can be free A savings account in a ::
Mr. and Mrs-W,'B. Bloodsworth. Th. [r..q..ta .l. ,.. ftr... CUnw. I*
CHRISTIVN ENDEAVOR I BOARD Miss Ola Mae Alvarez and Mr !iu.; .A.?MoMxMl.j imo ,.MMkM..ik.. pteOr.iwi aso thw h safe bank such as this will break the shackles, and make it possible i

MEETS AT THETKESUYTKUIN The executive board of the Woman' Cart Snpp of Starke were visitingthe :7" to' .1es; and 7S da.h.a4 for you to seize opportunity when and where it is pre I:'
1 circus at Gainesville Wednes-
MANSE .
ld Club will meet Wednesday Otafwin.m
a 'AI km ..... .. sented.
1 I'I I IIti day night. WIMtep I -
morning at 10( o'clock In the club - aA..r. .Mdli __ i""
: rh J The Christian Endeavor held building. Mr. Russel Norman and Miss Ih. b.|MitM .t MtM. .-.. ..I..Iy. aT01. I
.''r} .J ,, their monthly business meeting Muriel Silcox were visiting in Gra- 40....
' a Monday evening at the manse. TilE WOMAN'S CLUB 'TO BE ham Sunday afternoon. ..,.. ik. ...., .f mln.- ... :
......... .. BANK OF
I Miss Mattie Norman who Is mum .-...,.lilT .lmlu.4 STARKE
?I ii y Plans were completed for the THE SCENE OF IIALLOWE'ENPARTY .... .._-.. .... ik. Mk as to
teaching school at Graham spent ... . .....
y q t '11 j Hallowe'en party given at the TON lOT --d. Mwljr .- d'
; :home of ),Ir. and Mrs H. H. Young the week-end home with her, par -..pia. rrm .I.m I. ,ar
;
g j t'(Thursday evening. Full reports A Hallowe'en party will be given eats Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Norman.Mr. A ROLL OF HONOR BANK ':
.:I Jl I :from all the committees and officers at the Woman' Club tonight at Frank Norman was transacting "
i' were submitted showing the' 7:30: o'clock,under the auspices of business in Starke Saturday HAROLD C. WALL E. S. MATTHEWS, Pres. .R. J. DAVIS, Cashier :

i 'j\ ,work was well under way for the the club: with the finance depart- morning., Safety Deposit Boxes Provide
; 't''I I t'winter months. Five new members ment In charge. Remember B. Y. P. U. every Sun- INSURANCE Safety
KWer; received into the membership Free entertainment features for day night at T o'clock. Everybody
i T Of the society. both old and young will be had. Invited to attend. t STARKE. FLORIDA -- -

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OCTun.-' an.. 1931 ____-__._.---.------- BKAOFOKD COUNTY TEUBORAPTl.. HTAlMnR. .frl. 6U>.......... PAt' ....... l1VC
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SzS57S52525Z5Z52St5 :Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Randall of Home Demonstration Club, who Winter Garden Home Bakery Frostproof New Cash Grocery Marlanna -- Cigar factory established -

Jacksonville, will spend the weekend attended achievement day carried opened in Grimes building at 40 lopened with L. R. Payne as man- here by H. J. Jordan local -. 3
with Mrs. Rondall's parents, exhibits were Mrs. S. H. Dodd South Main street. merchant.

Bits of : Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Alvarez. Mrs. D. W. Moore, Mrs. Frank Palmetto -- Up to recent day 49 ager.Madison _. New Pan-Am stationon Sarasota Handcraft Shop opened .

I Mess s. Ernest Lee Geiger, Mrs. C. Sullivan and Mrs. cars cars grapefruit shipped out of corner of Shelby and Base in Mira Mar block by Mrs. W.
Harrison and A. L. Sullivan.Mr. .
here since started.
season
I Paul Harrison and Mr. Jack Stew- . Howard Moore of Gaines- Olustee Rapid progress being streets now completed. F. Smidt. ?

r-.Jev :art of New York City, spent Tues- ville visited his parents here Sat- made in construction of new plantof Phone STEAM PRESSING CO. Suits
IDeaJ day and Wednesday with :Mr. D. A urday and Sunday, and while home U. S. Bureau of Chemistry and ,
Montieth. 52 J. Frank Thoman Cleaned & )
Prop.
I attended the Florida-Auburn foot- Soils, branch of Department of t III
Our People Business and I -- ball game in Jacksonville Agriculture. FELT liATS Cleaned and Blocked Reshaped 1 I

Concerning; i Mrs. A. I... Alvarez and daughter Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Summers and ... .. .. ..-
Progress of the County and Town. Lucille and Irma Gainey, Mrs. son, Carlos of Providence, Mrs. - - .- . .. . . . .. -. ..-d."- -
I Warren O. P. Dyal and son, A. L. Dewey Chapman and little son, 1- "" ;- '" , .- .. . . .,,. ,, . .--- ". ',

and Jack Alvarez, were visitors Carol, of Miami and Mrs. Jose-
' '" r
r2irZ525Z5gU1Elt O,T'-iTi"tiT'"f: "">c.:>=u= """re in Jacksonville Thursday.Mr. phine Sullivan of Hampton were
SPECIALS FRIDAY & SATURDAY Oct. 30 & 31
REPORTed Mrs. J. F. Colley and niece Mrs. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. -- ,
A L. Spencer of Jacksonville were and Mrs Boyd Holloway ar- Sullivan Sunday.Mrs. .

Starke Branch U. visitors _in Bronson Monday.Mrs. rived Wednesday. They will spend S. W. Griffith is visiting ,uAt
by Department several weeks here remodeling and her aunt, Mrs. J. P. Summers of
trY October 27 1931. Alice Langford and Mrs. making improvements about their Providence.Mr. TIPTOPGroceryLOCATION
ending Win.. Pr W.,, H. Andrews motored to Jacksonville home. Williams of Brooker visitedMr.
Max. A6
S 82 61 : Monday and spent the day. F. Fender Sunday. *l

53 Mrs. P/jpllrlty make your Mrs. F. Fender la very ill at her
83 84 52 State's Attorney and Mrs. A. SCrews clothes fit like a Paris Manne. home here. Her many friends BETWEEN BANK AND POST OFFICE 3b

84 58 and Mrs. C H. Naaworth; quln's! See the beautiful Gossard wish her a speedy recovery. 'ft
llowell Owner and
85 59 were in Gainesville Monday. "line of beaut)" on display at Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Swindell and Nasworthy, Operator

83 58 Stump's.Mr. Family visited their daughter. Mrs. WE HAVE GOOD CLEAN FOOD-JUST TRY OUR STORE

85: 58 Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins John Jordan of Putnam Hall Sun .. .. _._ n ____ __ __ ... . . .- _ __..___ __
for week, .05: In. were visitors in Jacksonville Wed- and Mrs. J. A. Saul returned -
InfaU fr -" nesday. Sunday from Alma, Ga., where day.Miss Ida Hagan was a visitor to Best Pure Best 'WhiteBACON Best CompoundBUTTER

fcn. Struth has returned, they had spent a week. They have Starke Saturday.Mrs.
C a trip to Norfolk., Va. : Mrs. A. Z. Adkins Miss Lois Ad- apartments at Col. and :Mrs. H.. V I VanAlstlne Hampton,
I kins and Eldredge Robinson motor Knight's. visited Mrs. W. A. Jones Sunday. LARD
HIV were ed to Gainesville Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Thos. F. Brown and little
d
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in Jacksonville. Mrs. E. W. Hayes and children, son, Emery and Miss, Kathryn
isltors I Ick
R. H. Boree of.Jacksonville. Mrs. C. G. Strickland and little Weest of Hampton visited Mrs. A. Pound-----33c Pound------9c Pound7'/ c rF rF5c
Patterns, 25o' at spent the week-end in Starke with daughter Mrs. R. A. Newsom and L. Sullivan Thursday.Mr. .

relatives.Dr. Miss Emma Strickland motored to James Triest was a visitorto -- -------- -. --------- ..-------- --- .-----'------ -----
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Gainesville Monday afternoon. Putnam Hall Sunday

ward Lovell spent Sun- and Mrs. O. L. Haynes and' SALT or Whole Grain SweetestMATCHES
!acka"onvllle with friends. family spent Monday' in St. Au- Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and daughters .

gustine. : Misses Mary and Madge
Attorney and Mrs. A. S. Brownlee were guests of Col. and Heilbronn Springs ] RICE SUGAR

ent Tuesday In Lake City. Mr. A. J. Williams and Mr. Mrs. J. E. Futcb of DeLand for the (Thrlma Rhoden Cor.) s
w Horne of Alachua, were visitors week-end. ,
L. Beasley spent the In Starke Tuesday. 2 for 5c 51bs. 15c 51bs. 25c,
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I \in Tampa with relatives. Mrs. A. L. Spencer and Miss Eva Mrs., L. L. Bryan and children,
New ready to wear hat, shoes, Fugate of Jacksonville spent several are spending this week with her .._ ,_u __ _, _____ ... *
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day |le bargain day at hose and Gloves to match. Get flied days this week with their un- father Mr. W. C. Rhoden of,Hell- -- -- -- - -,---

up for the football game at cle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. jronn. Charmer or Pure Great Northern <1
Stump's. Colley. Mr. J. C. Jones made a business
Meal
,lonce Wood will spend I I trip to Jacksonville Tuesday after- Grits or

k-end In Jacksonville guest Mrs. L. A. Dowling and Miss Mae Congressman R. A. Green addressed noon.We COFFEE BEANS
j Jessie and Allee Byrd.rge Jones of Jacksonville spent the the Suwannee River Press are all glad to report that

day with Mrs., W. E. MIddleton Association at Perry Oct. 23rd. In the Heilbronn Senior Club was the 21bs.25c lOlbs. - r r 19c G Ibs. .., .._, 25c

B. Flynn and Mrs. Tuesday. his speech he discussed: the bust highest on exhibition ,:,Saturday. 10 lbs. ______-. 35c
Eny of Gainesville spent ness conditions of Florida as com- There was certainly a,tots of fruiton .
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Jacksonville. Thomas of'South Jacksonville display. .. .. ..
|In Joseph pared to the other states. -- -- - - --
__ _.. visited his parents. :Mr. There was an accident happened
ONIONS RUTABAGAS Squash or Snap Beans I
d Mrs. S. T. Dell of and Mrs. E. :M. Thomas Sunday af- Congressman R. A. Green ad- Monday afternoon when Clarence
lie,were guests of Mr. and ternoon. dressed the A. C. L. Railroad em- Rhoden was thrown off of ,Miss
rd I Burns Wednesday.d ployees' club at High Springs. It Lois Colley's car and was seriously 3lbs.IDe 3Ibs.18c Pound5c
Miss Hazel MIddleton of the F. was a large mass meeting attended i hurt, but hope he will soon recover -

Mrs. R. A. Thomas andin S. W. C. at Tallahassee, spent the the public. A large and en- .. __ - _. .._ ___ __ _._... ___ __ un __ '_ _no _ _. __ __ __
by .. _ .. __ ____._ _.. _. _
after- Dr. Crow Jones'ound - -- "' - - - -no "
/ spent Monday week-end with her parents, thu,lastlc audience attended.Mr. I Believe It or not.
fpaialka. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton. a worm with ten horns and Iceberg LETTUCE APPLES Sweet POTATOES
I several on his ,,back-,all that is
Winter
M Charles Beasley of
d Mrs. C. H. Coulter of Dr. and Mrs. C. D. Whitaker and Haven, enroute to his home after 'liking Is the seven heads. Each l Oc 10 l Ibs. 25c 10 Ibs. l 15c
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_ee,are spending this weekIidred little daughter of the state farm being confined in the Naval hospital Mr. O. L. Underhill was a visi-

were visitors In Starke Friday af- in Pensacola for six week, tor to Sparr Tuesday.Mrs. .. .
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Mortha of Is . _.__
ternoon. was a visitor in Starke for several :Morgan Sparr - - -- -- --- - -- - ---- ---- - -- --- a
I Black of Rochester. this week. visiting her daughter Mrs. O. L.
day 2 Ibs. Cocoa 25c 3 lb. CanCrisco CAN MILK
with
|spending three weeks Underhill this week.
Martin Wilson Hayes of the Universityof Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Thomas had Mrs. Sam Petty and Mr, Grant- 8 Small 25c

Florida spent the week-end and at as their guests Sunday Mr. and ham were the guests of'tier mother ,t Large. .. 25c
t jl Howard of Leesburg home with his parents Mr. Mrs. Herbert M. Thomas of Worthington Mrs.' Belle Parmcnter..Saturday Corned Beef f -15c 59cMother's Carnation or Pet
Mrs. E. Hayes. tl
latMra.tW..E.MlddleIllrs.! Vf. Springs,. Mr. and Mrs. 3 night and Sunday. : .. .. .. .
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C. Hall and children of Gainesville, Mr. Freeman Rhoden, Roy Carter -_ _. u .. ___ __ _ __ '_
Mrs. J. F. Colley, Mrs. A. W. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wilkinson of Earl Parmenter, Roscoe Green '
W. J. Wiley ofille Anderson, Katie and Virginia Fu- Ocala. and Misses Lorene Pauline and Pan Gold-GoodwiFe Pure Florida

were guests of Mr. gate and Ray Colley spent Saturday 'Josephine Green, all attended

[T.T. Long Tuesday. I I in Jacksonville. Paul Knight and Nolan Canova church at Rising Saturday night. FLOUR FLOUR SYRUP''
Jr., spent last week-end in Jack- Mr. T. J. Moore and.daughter,
IM.Dell and Mr. S. T. Dell I sonville, attending the Florida-Au- Edith, and Mrs. Ollie Thomas and
rille friends in Milton Brownlee Jr., of the Uni- Laurice demons, all attended
visited
football and on Satur-
versity of Florida spent the week- burn game below 241bs. 55c 24Ibs.----- n7Sc
lunday afternoon.wder Mrs.J. day evening playing with the staff church twelve miles Plant - -
end with his parents Mr. and City last week. _
,orchestra from WRUF at the Car-
talcum, coraplex- M. Brownlee. There will be church at the home . .
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ling Hotel. ./ .. : ..-,. ...:,, : .
> toilet water and per- of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Moore Tues-

[practically half price dorI Mrs. T. B. Massie, Mrs. Nat Dr. and Mrs. R. W. Martin day night. Everybody'Invited to at- _--_-_ -_. .. --.-- _. _-_ ---- _-_.-- ----._--- - --.---- .- ----- .-- .. -..;.- P
I One Cent Sale No- Turnbull, Mrs. N.T. Ritch and Mrs. had as their guests for the weekend tend. ( ,
lib,5th, 6th and 7U You'll N. Sternberg spent Tuesday in Miss Edna Hancock of Pa- Miss Jeannette Johns ol'our sec-
king these big savings on Jacksonville. latka Miss Mildred Black of Rochester Ion was visiting her mother, Mrs.

oduct Mitchell's,. The N. Y., George Harold Lillie Jordan of White Springs Sun- .i1 r

reo George C. ,Johns and Congressman Weidler of Jacksonville and Jack: day. e:' .' I ;fi
R. A. Green attended the Weidler of Palatka. *1r
|cine Strickland spent the Florida-Auburn football game In

I \In Gainesville with Mrs. Jacksonville Saturday. Save nearly 50 per cent> on fresh IL E. IwEKGUEN
bodes. -- medicine, toilet !good. candy eta-
Mr. and Mrs. Edd Stelneyer of lonery, and drug store sundries SurveylnLevell .ur

ke a chance when ;you can Tallahassee will be the week-end Nov. 4th 6th 6th and 7th. at the l Mapping pennflIV
I(I
relh\ble Humming Bird guests of Mr. and Mrs. George C. Original Rexall one Cent Sale. Every .- Starke. Florida

-it are guaranteed at White. .. purchase guaranteed. Mitch I.
ell's, The Ilexall Store.
Mrs. J. E. Jordan of Wrlghtsvllle,
11 1 Mrs. J. E. Futch of De- Ga., who has been visiting her Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright
fU spend this week-end daughter Miss Pearl Jordan, re- will attend the banquet Friday eve-
I and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee. turned to her home today. ning In Gainesville of the Florida 666
__ .n m f Beta Chapter of the Theta KappaNu SAFETY
J Mrs. J. w. Andrews Jr. Mr. Laurence Golphln of Tallahassee fraternity, given in honor of LIQlflD on TAIII.KTS _
Richard It....... a ............ .. 11..1.1. I.a /
ors in at the James .
f Jacksonville Tues- was the recent guest their pledges. .. _I....., ......... a Cold lh. fire tmr.
home of Mr. and Mrs George C. Wainwright, their son, has been ..\ aad .fc.*k. M.I.rl..l. .fcr.. r
this fraternity ...,.. "
White. pledged titI8 Salve for Buoy's Cold. .
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Mr. and Mrs A. M. Pettit and Among those attending the FloridaAuburn D .. ---- .
A I daughter. Mlntte of Alachua, were football game In Jack- a.l Do '
WORQfOLUMN guests of Senator and Mrs. E. M. sonville Saturday were: Mr. and r you know thatat

Johns Sunday. Mrs. H. C. Wall, Mr. and Mrs. D. ATLASThe I. 40 miles an hour
A. Montieth Mrs. E. M Johns, you are

I Mrs. L. Wyman.; Mrs. George F. Mrs. D. M. Hayward Miss Ethel clipping off 60 feet a second
I
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Mrs. C. N. Christy. Ruth Griffin Miss Ruth Sternberg, Miss
Widow Lowry. Standard Oil
[ home with with three widow chilMita ,Wyman and Margaret Lowry spent. Dora Manning, Miss Clara Louise What would happen if one of'
Jdren. Friday In Gainesville.Mr. Peek, Dr. E. L. Biggs J. J. Truby, Tire Guaranteed
Box 45: Route your old inferior
2, W. M. Walnwrlght A. E. Wall and or tires blew ,

it.EPure I I and Mrs.. John Hansen of William Duncan. One Year'Frigidaire' ,;: out!!! You don't want to think ;

N. Y.. stopped a few

Also some bred gUts Poland for days Fayetteville with Rev. A. E. Dunham on .............. of it yet daily you take that;

-' stock. 400 egg Incuba- their way to Lakeland.Mrs. THERESSA chance.

rp C. Letsch, R. F. D.It E. M. Johns, Mrs. T. J. Mm.. A. L. ..lll..".. C.,. v Come in to us accept our liberal

Griffin and Miss Annie Darby mo-

"-Four or five bogs tored to Jacksonville Thursday and Miss Thelma Sullivan returned "lip allowance on your old tires r
fed. 100 to 125! pounds spent the day. from a for
;ht Pay Wednesday of last week the three year guar- new Pennsylvania equip.
market relatives -
with
pricey several weeks
of
Tuesday visit
returned
Place. B. s. Ed- Miss Eva Rigdon ; Beach ment.
Vero
in anted electric refrigerator
-
In and friend
tt. weeks ;
2. Box 238, Stake.1030ti.. after spending two accompaniedhome *
She was
Miami.
and Lake- and ,. Make
St. Petersburg Tampa S. W. your riding comfort
Mrs. a
her sister.
land with friends and relatives. by c
MAW A LEAKY TOP Griflth of Miami who will visit ; and a joy not an uncertainty.,
I your I after spending her parents here.
automobile. Dr. Austin Cary "
.4 Tops Maine, Mrs. C. Sullivan attended the For sale -
< and rotten wood the summer at his home in by ,
rework In Gainesville
I to teachers meeting ,
'returned to Starke Wednesday
: Reasonable
W. H. look after business Interests here. Friday and Saturday.Mrs. .
Ogden Keystone Bessie Manire visited relatives -
F a. 10.16-4t In Hampton Sunday and Courtesy Service StationD.
I Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vlnlng spent Smith's Service
.
iery the week-end at Stockton. Ga.. Monday.Mr.
Special I E. and Mrs. G. W. Hlnaon and

DDpertect: JL Ladlea'sox. imperfect matched with S. Vining.Mr. Vining's mother Mrs. family In Starke attended Saturday.achievement day StationStarKe A. Montieth, Prop., Phone 13 K

hone 12 I children Mr and Mrs., H. D. May and
pre $1.45. Mrs. D. Montieth: and Starke Florida
k: guaranteect: Poet- and Mrs. J. M. Alvarez spent son, Wilson were visitors to Fla. '
r ,
Hosiery Co., Max102331- Thursday in Jacksonville with MraW. Starke Saturday.
Co *.: P. RandalL Those members of the'Theressa I ...... DOl D I


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SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY X10_
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11 .. f, ;i\ Cutworms BestControlled I ers and simmer pints 10 minutes quire food and shelter, and where of America's farmers.: For the I jorlty of Our fa

Baked Guava Pickle these are lacking they cannot per past five years our farm crops cows, pigs,

: FARM NEWS SECTION With Peel, if skin is blemished, cut t sist. Rat-proofing buildings and have had an average annual valueof Interests that POUltry 5. .

;iltJi! : ; Poison Bran Bali In halves and remove seed. Cover destroying all garbage and trash more than sixteen billions of dollars Insisted upon moreat,5 rynsponsible

bottom of large casserole with pre-I about the place are two suggestions and there hasn't been enough for

j I \ Cutworms, well known by their pared guavas. Sprinkle layer ol that will aid in keeping rats gold produced throughout the those same tat that COlldt

:" t 1 Conducted By habit of cutting tender vegetable brown sugar or white sugar over I off the premises. world since Columbus discoveredthe I I ed efforts, can correct

I plants off just above the ground, guavas. Alternate the layers of New World !In 1492, to pay for suit of the nve. hone N

J J.ilh I ;:1'" m 1 I* T. DYER. County Agent to take only a few bites and cut guavas and sugar until casserole la SEED SWEET POTATOES two such crops. There is ample 1'sponsored by the at

I ;!\ ;i' MISS PEARL JORDAN, Home Demonstration Agent another, can best be controlled nearly full, adding a dash of SHOULD BE SELECTEDAT evidence that plowshares turn up lane Chamber of ConuneIO""

jM'} \ ,f,' '}t& t iI ,. 'with a poison brain bait says J. ground cloves and cinnamon mixedIn TIME OF DIGGING In a single year, beer in our own tlcally every farm fad

t R. Watson, entomologist with the the proportion of 1.2 part clovbs country alone, more real wealth Soto Parlr;;
9 HOME GARDEN PRODUCING A LIVINGAT Florida Experiment station. to 1 part cinnamon. Have sugar Seed sweet potatoes should be than all the wars of conquest have and feed this raised enOU&\

? ; WORTH MUCH TO HOME! IS NOT NECESSARY ALL Cut worms are the larvae of a ,layer on top, cover with vinegarand selected at digging time, since thatIs produced during the history of the the winter The year tannin7l to
THAT IS
' moth that files around mostly at bake-covered-until the gua- the time to eliminate trouble world. caused more
''k FLORIDA FARMER night. The moth lays eggs on the vas are tender and well flavored. from such diseases as mosaic and Just as gold has been accorded to be put frUit and .:

(By Spuds Johnson.) plant near the ground. The worm Seal hot in sterile jars and simmer tern rot, and to select the best tu- Importance to which it is not en- any other up than bar bee

The home garden on the average We are hearing a great deal hatches and digs into the ground, 10 minutes. bers from the best hills, Erdman titled, so is there widespread mis- Iin cinity.Farmers. five years ii

.v Florida farm produces vegetables these days about "living at home"., coming out at night to feed. At Guava Sauce West, mycologist at the Florida conception of the relatives Impor- I
a f f 0 with farm value of $34 each year, That's about the only place some on both
a of the there is a aids
this time tance of farm
year gen- Wash fruit and remove blossom Experiment Station, points out. products. The loud Texas-Arkansas '
according to a survey of 11 areas of us can live, and we have a pret line
: eration month. tubers should be saved walls of distress that Ifo1I1
every end and any blemishes on skin. Run Bedding so frequentlyhave by the
t 'p in explained by Dr. i ty hard time making a go of it I program
tTurlington These worms are usually abund- through dilver to remove seed. from hills that have made good arise in the one-crop sections Texarkana agom,
of It is true, Chamber
J J. professor agricultural there. We farmers
': ant in grassy fiields. For this reason Measure. Cook In heavy aluminum yields of potatoes that are of the have caused us to reach the con- which will (
economics at the college should be encouraged to as endeavor toV
; ; + grow the land should be plowed as kettle until somewhat thickened. desired color and shape. By select- clusion that wheat and cotton are II ery farm

of agriculture. 'much as possible of our food and far in advance of the setting of Add about 2 cups sugar (acord- ing from such hills, mosaic is prac- thethe only farm products that radius within a twenty p
has
1' It would cost tbe farmers probably :feed on our own farms. That at least
crops the plants as possible. If the fieldis Ing to acidity of fruit) to 4 cups tically eliminated, since Its main amount to anything. No matter I sow and one ,
; 'f twice that much to buy these That will save us from having to fifty hens
r kept fallow for a month most of of pulp and cook rapidly again for sources Is in the seedbed, and affected low hard it may be for some of ud A CI'tdI
poration Is
u r I essential to the health these ,
+7 products, so payout money for products being ci .
i I the worms will starve. about 10 minutes, stirring often.: hills would not be chosen. to believe, It Is an established fact nance the
of their families, at stores in town. or as often happens, from havingto purchase of
,
i If feasible to plow the
It Isn't
found Pour Into hot jars, put immediatelyInto When the hills have been selected that live stock and their products
Forty different crops were do without them. It is a good mately 200 cows
studied. On field a month before the plants are boiling water bath and process split the stem or crown of the vines account for nearly CO per cent of which will and 20B
growing in the gardens plant and should be promulgated. be placed
2 farm valueof set, the worms can be poisoned.This five minutes. This Is excellent for and look for stem rot. A brownish the country's farm Income, while ual farmers
s many of the farms the However, we must have more who either mil
can be done by poisoning. pudding sauces, shortcakes, cobblers color Instead of a healthy whiteor wheat and cotton are only two of !
The homes
products from the garden exceeded than a "living" at home. day or have substantlu
fa collard leaves, or some such material I desserts or ice color indicates the dis- 47 other Items the 60 J
gelatine greenish making up in small
a+ ) i $100.Little has passed when farmers or any- i farms. Notes !
with arsenical and scatterIng -
.j + ,, a 1 labor Is involved In producing one else can be expected to get them an over the field after it i cream. ease and should disqualify the hill. I per cent contributed by crops that payable in ore or two yj
0 Tubers from such a vine would spring from the soil.
A. P. the bare necessities credit
with merely organization
along
tatol
te extension has been plowed and the worms PEACH TREE BORERS likely produce weak, infected Once they were convinced that
} d ) ,' Spencer, vice-director, of life. Food and raiment are I against the animals,
+ '+ )+ explains. Having a good garden is'' of first Importance, of course, but 1 I This have had poison time should to become be scattered hungry. CAN BE KILLED WITIII'ARADiCIiLOROBENZENE draws, and only serve to scatterthe ,they could not live by bread alone I The Lions Club of Waft!

I Fs, largely a matter of planning to do other things are necessary. infection. and that attempts to legislate per In promoting the al
'I.Pa in the evening so that It wl' raising
+ that can buy cash with whichto After the hills have been dug manent prosperity were as futileas bred
it. Some believe they ; We must have cattle, especially I
(fa
hj vegetables cheaper than they can i meet our tax payments, buy not dry out before the worms can The peach tree borer, which only the bright, clean, and unin- efforts to alter the ebb and flow'of making, is setting an exanJ
get it. bores into the tree near the sur- jured potatoes should be saved as the tides the wheat of
1 a (grow them. This, he said, may gasoline for our automobiles, send found growers other civic organizations Itl

r be true In the city, but In rural dis- our children to school, take care of i I If the the worms after are it Is set, the destroy-poison face of the ground,can be killedas seed. These potatoes should be the northwest set about workingout I out the south. The success!!'
'' tricts from the garden and Improve-)ing crop : paradichlorobenzene, J. R. Wat- stored in new or disinfected bins their own salvation, not by attended their
$1 gathered
t 4, the necessary upkeep bran bait Is the best control. I efforts I ft
1 s Is just that much added to the famIly ments on the farm, subscribe to mix- son, entomologist with the Florida and containers, and should be ceasing altogether to grow the cer- convincing proof that pul
Yfj and well-being. contribute This is made by thoroughly Experiment Station, recently explained treated when they are bedded. eal but by balancing their farm cattle standard
Income news and farm papers, ii. producing
; of bran with 1 lb. :
o Ing 25 pounds ,
r I The bins and containers may be activities with the cow, the hog,
?+ ,; A large number of 4-H club gardens to our churches and other charities! calcium arsenateand products can most profiutj
1 L !? over the state have demonstrated -I and purchase a few things which of paris green or it with I The time to do the job, In North I disinfected with either a formalde- and the hen. ,As a result butter the place of cotton.
? wa-
that a small, well managed I I tend toward culture and relaxation. moistening enough i and Central Florida, he said, is ,hyde or bluestone solution, one making in the northwest has Increased ..

; t fi'' garden will produce $10 to $25 Surely we, as a class, cannot be I ter to make it damp but not sloppy. about the last of October. At this pound to 25 gallons of water, white 151 per cent in the past 8 y

{ ; 4' ? worth of vegetables per month, expected to lead a hand-to-mouth This bait should be scattered over time the borers are young and,,washed, or sprayed with bordeaux years, while the Increase In the rest IN MEMOIUYMThe [
afternoon. It
I field late In the '
t t? p ,' with several kinds each day. existence in a world which is the I easily killed. Before treating the mixture. of the country has been only 59
When the home has been sup marked by education and progress. should be scattered evenly if the trees, build a mound of dirt about I'I Before being bedded, the potatoes per cent. Dairy cows In the four following poem U fc,|

} plied and a large amount canned, We must still depend upon our, vegetables are closely planted, and I each trunk to the height of the should be dipped in a solution northwestern states Increased 228- to the memory of my I Eel

ie r ai; the surplus garden products can cash crops to supplement our live- should treat about five acres. In(I,highest burrow, which may be of bichloride of mercury made by GOO; in the other forty-four states, band, Bynum Parkins, who,\
f I I
the of spaced far apart,
' } be sold in a number of ways. Someof at-home crops, and we must try case plants ,about a foot above the surface. dissolving one ounce of the crys- 283,000. During the same eight-eed this life, No. 3, 1929.I .

these ways as explained by D. E. to find new cash crops which will!like cabbage, It is only necessaryto .Make a furrow on this mound tals in eight gallons of water. They year period the northwest's cow-,

''all{ Timmons, extension economist, are bring In a little additional Income drop a little bait around each about two inches frpm the bark of should stay in the solution for 10 sow-hen-sheep Income climbed 37 shall not cry, Return!

"' roadside marketing, parcel post, direct when our old favorite cash crops plant. the tree: and in it sprinkle the minutes, be allowed to dry, and per cent until in 1029 it was four Nor weep my years away; I

y l, t f huckstering, or to local stores, are suffering from a slump as they chemical. About three ounces bedded Immediately. md one-half times the value of the But just as long as I shall:

hotels, and restaurants. These ,should. We can retrench in our I should be used around a three year wheat crop in the four states. In And night shall follow davl

I products, he stressed, will have to I:expenses, It's true, but we cannot HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES old tree. Older trees should be Minnesota alone the flock-and- I shall be lonsemae shall

L meet competition on the market ago entirely back to conditions as given more, while a one year old WRUF FARM PROGRAM"The herd income of $422,500,000 ex- Your hand, your voice, you|

$ S and should be of good quality 'they existed In the horse and bug Weekly from Home Demonstration tree should not be treated. Threeor Voice of ceeds by many millions the world's your kiss

; Those who sell quality. products gy days. Specialist, Tallahassee four inches more of dirt should Florida"J annual output of gold.
.: will get repeat orders. Price inducements n. be thrown over the mound and J I While .the poultry industry, (in Not often shall I speak|

' + are more likely to attract compacted.After Farm women should be Inter- the aggregate, Is "Big Business," name;

J r the consumer than any other CARE IN IIARVESTING Guava PreservesUse two or three weeks the ested in many of the talks that will accounting: for well over a billion For what would strangers{

,, thing. i PECANS WILL PREVENT 3-4 lb. sugar to each pound mound should be torn down, as too bo given next week during the Jollars of farm income and ranking That you have gone and 1 lei
BUDS
a Bulletins about vegetable crops I RUINING FRUIT prepared guavas. Good flavored, long exposure to the fumes might Florida Farm Hour from state ra- fifth in value among farm prod- And my life is stark and t

,+ to plant In Florida, as well as suggestions i thick meated fruit should be used.If Injure the tree. One application a dio station WRUF. The farm ucts, something like eight-five per That your favorite chair l II j

1 J about marketing the surplus I When harvesting pecans, care the skin is fine, smooth, and un- year is usually sufficient to keep hour Is broadcast from noon to cent of the huge total comes from That a voice I love Is still,

1' may be obtained by writingthe should be taken to prevent ruiningthe blemished do not peel, merely re- the worms under control. 12:45: eastern standard time, each tho small flocks of from 60 to 400 And in my heart's an achitgj

y. _? ; I Agricultural Extension Service, buds that wll make next year'scrop cul- move blossom end, scoop out seed The worms may be dug out of week day. Next week's schedule, hens that we should sea .on every That time can never tilL
Blackmon, I
H.
Gainesville. Q. pecan center, and save this pulp for but- :the trees with a knife, but care as just announced by the University southern farm. Cotton growers
turlst with the Florida Experiment :uhould be taken not to Injure the of Florida Agricultural Extension ,ro pork eaters-that is, they eat Not always shall this ;part

;aY Station, recently explained. ter.Cover guava shells with sugar bark more than is necessary. Less Service, follows: It when they can get it but, this I!For though I travel slow,

3 Better values than ever- before November I All nuts If thoroughly mature, and allow to stand 3 to 4 hours, or II damage will be done if the cuts Sat., Oct. 31-Florida Farm year, especially in those sections Til work and trust, and t
at thin Rexall One Cent Sale. shaken off by Jarring the Ii
be
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$$1 can until sugar Is dissolved. Add gin are made length-wise and not News and Hints. U. S. Farm Sci- that raise a thousand or more bales hope,
4 tli, 6th, Cth and 7th. There but for earlier harvestIng -
i branches, ger root and a few slices of lemon, crosswise. ence Snapshots. of cotton to every hog, there won'tbe i To find the way you< go.
,,9 art more' than 125 drug store articles use poles to tap the clustersIn I treed my lonely
Serenely
and boll until transparent. Allowto Mon., Nov. Planning an Eco- much pork eaten.
offered to at the rate of that the nuts will IfacelifesaettiifI
i you such
a way stand over night. Pack in hot, COMMUNITY SHOULD nomical, Adequate Meal-Miss An- Go where you will, the well-Im- With Joy
two for the price of one plus one be knocked off. Bamboo poles are task an:!! pf
RAT
HOUSE do dally
POISON
sterilized jars, and process pints 15 na Mae Sikes. The Home Canning proved farms are farms where my '
y xa cent. Mitchell's The Itexull Store. the best. minutes at simmering. Or reheat WITH RED SQUILLCommunity Budget-Miss Isabelle Thursby. plant production is balanced by That my work may be w.J
fanl
should be permittedto
The pecans preserves to boiling, pack Immed- Tues., Nov. Collecting Stink live stock production. Such farms And hope your smiling
F The International Livestock Exposition remain on the tree until thor- and simmer five minutes. poisoning of the who When God shall open His f
and
iately Bugs on Citrus--J. R. Watson. are panic-proof the people
,} and Grain and Hay Show oughly mature, unless they are be- rat with red squill I .
1, ; Spiced Guava Special common house [Farm Question Box. run them wouldn't know there was me.
will be held at the Union Stock ing carried off by squirrels, crows, recommended by Car- -Mrs: Bynum PI
was
li in Ingredients: 4 Iba. prepared guavas powder Wed, Nov. 4-Autumn Flowers i depression If they didn't read
r +' Yark, Chicago, Ill., November 28 blue-jays or some other enemies, 3 1-2 lbs. 3 cider lyle Carr, extension speclllist In .
f sugar, cups and Leaves--Erdman West. Primer about it in the papers or hear Amos -
F' to December 5. Many valuable which case it will be necessaryto the vinegar, 1 cup pineapple juice, 1 Ib. rodent control, in a recent address. for Town Farmers. and Andy refer to It over the Cut the cost of medicH

piUcs are being offered for champion harvest just as soon as pineapple, cut In small chunks, 1 from WR UF. Thurs., Nov. 5-Timely Farm radio. Take a farm like that of toilet goods practically 1 In H
livestock as well as the best husks begin to pop. stick tablespoon connamon, 1 This pest, which is likely to Jobs W. I Cent
trees or and How to do Them-J. W. King, of Colquitt county, the Rexall One SotaJ
entries of grains and hays. should The be ground clean under and a the canvas or tablespoon all-spice, and 3 blades mince over our foodstuff,diseases eat our Francis Cooper. Cane Varieties for Georgia, for example. All of his her 4th, 5th. 6th and 7IH J

each mace. stored grains, spread North and West Florida-W. E. farming activities center aroundhis two standard products for
Farm wages on October 1 were burlap cloth spread around Boll syrup mixture for 10 min. fires, and do much other damage, Stokes. hogs, cows, and chickens. This ular price of one plus
the lowest since 1010, according to tree when harvesting, otherwise utes add fruit and cook Is highly migratory, he explained.Thus Kexall Stw
consumedIn prepared Fri., Nov. 6.-Home Industries year he has 97 acres in food and l\ tcheU's, The
the Bureau of Agricultural Econ- considerable time will be until tender and somewhat trans- a farmer may poison all the "
of Miss Mary E. Keown. Thrift in reed crops and five acres each in ---
omlcs index.A hunting the nuts and many parent. Let stand over night td rats on his place and in a short Clothing-Miss Lucy Belle Settle. cotton and tobacco. His garden I Sarasota RepalnUnil
will be lost.
them
I absorb syrup. Reheat, put fruit while have plenty of rats from Thrift in Home ImprovementMiss Is always big enough to supply his plugs, alarm boxes and *

t pound of meat ot a bushel of 0 i carefully into sterilized jars, boll nearby farms. This problem is, Virginia P. Moore. table no matter what weather con- poles in city being und rfl

+ corn has just much food value in To control flea-hoppers on celeryuse syrup until it Is heavier if necessary therefore, one that can best be controlled ditions prevail. Starting out on fire department.

It regardless of price. some of the pyrethrum sprays. pour over fruit, adjust cov- by all the individuals overa GOLD DIGGERSThe rented land, Mr. King has had his Indlontown Plane '

large area poisoning at the same ups and downs, but the fact that he for new saw mill which I

: time. has bought and for what he Co., will build '
pages of history are stained paid Lumber
_, SCHOOL DAYS Red squill is a powder, recently MBI
By DWIG i I with the blood spilled by millions of considers the economical size farm to replace burned
by the U. S. Biological I Sep
developed Palm
for his
gold-crazed men who, in their far- operations furnishes ample pahokee -
Survey, which is deadly to rats but flung search for the glittering metal proof of the sundness of his meth commissioners set aaoi\ i
Po n 1 4vc animals.
weU. o"ce
fAREYOJ domestic 011I'
harmless to and
CAN 'fell '. discovered new continents, ad- for repairing mile
; gvaM UaAt Tb"title ds.In
'oat it can be used with safety ouH
Thus
UTTIt DaD I Nl YOUO lEAve a i and barns vanced civilization, waged wars, practically every southern Dacom Point drive, !\
plant Pim
+ now -i pio voO A FAPnweu.. about the poultry set up and overturned nations. No community, there are men like Mr. Fort Pierce Fort
also
vov; NAVe VIRCCKEO Ttie+ WCAnrtiMW. I' frequented by anlmila.: It may influence has ever been so power- King who, come what will, make'reopened for business all
A 1 t''+easAea be used at the city dump yards ful Jeflnite I
as that of gold for spurringmen progress every year, but mer shut-down.
Yr + OMBD MC'PAI+ et omwene without danger to dog and cats.Ac PerrydU ]tel land
Ydd I
+ on to deeds of valor, deeds of their number Is all too few. It Orlando:
Fot'ai' / a. method of killing
fMt .6oT
ILL
another good *
,Il ,y / vainglory, and deeds of dishonor. must be admitted that on a mi- gift shop. formally
uT FdtstT I MGyt0. MAT.SnoTe.Ma. pumping calcium -j,
r rats he suggested And _._ .
recent
yet as --
events have --- - ------ -- --- -- ---- -
cyanide dust into the bur-|served I to emphasize all the efforts

it \ rows hide or other This places dust when In which exposed the that have been put forth in that di. You'll never know how gooda
CnJEI rats ,
: g1 1'p rcctlon
(( have not availed to provide
9 YO w the air generates an extremely be until
I +T A MILUDN DOLL ap to should not be I anything like enough gold to go cigar can you, ,; .
CptLD Do poisonous' gas.It
FRONT 1f 1 ) around. have smoked "A
but intelligent a
used Inside of buildings I
All the ,
can use it out of gold that has been .
persons ,wrenched from nature's treasure
doors with safety and effectiveness.The 'I''
I house the
during past four hundred
of rats alone will never -
killing
years would not pay for the products NCHSAME
solve the problem, he asserted.
which In two
U for the years spring SlI
Tho conditions responsible
from America' fertile
soils as the
IffiJ rats must be removed. Rata re- result of peaceful labor on the part O.RE HA )J.2JeJi&lltJ

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i to the dry-like conditions around Starke. Wake Up Your Liver i B|

i and Lawtey we are making very special prices on 1

\ % your wants in both Missionary and Blakemore ber- -Without Caloi

ry plans. See our agents Brownlee Bros.., Starke

and G. W. Roberts of Lawtey, Fla., who will take .-.
And Youll Jump Out of Bed U ear 1>0_to s.e lowtDl
order. d-
your
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You know Bauer, plants of quality and we know I .iHM t..M.-.I reo'a'.A.t

how to ship your plants on time and give If :you feel lour and sunk and the . ktoto .rtPAGIJ a ew-
/ you real ..f.ebrsadr
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world looks don't .....
punk willow .
fr a lot uh
ti 6 .4 service. So get busy at once and place your order of salts mineral water oil. Uxmtivw --.r waw..dteWatas

__. for what you may want. and? or chewing: gum and aped ......nd.

1E m t'r them to make :you suddenly: oat U'YZR ru.t1 t.rs."rsa.a.r .-A
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-__nir.n 80. 1931 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.!: STARKin, FLORIDA F .
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o'clock ond and by Rev.fourth Sellers Sunday of Jacksonville at 11 Rexall ead Talks i MIXED STANDS ,I With more valuable hardwood ape with-letter-- :X together- -with- ;

1 r M's and singing in the afternoonat On Business ConditionMitchell's PRODUCE LUMBER |Vic'. or better hardwood market 'ill their IncrenneH.. K.. rWRIlYMAN. I,

3:00 o'clock. this condition might be altered t Special:: Master.
Everybody invited. OF HIGHER GRADE B M JOHNS.'
extent.
Drug Store, the local some Solicitor for Complainant.
Rexall Jther advantages accrue also a .U-It.It.IO '
SOPHOMORE NEWS Drug Store has just received I \
I a personal letter from Louis K. Second-growth southern pine the result of mixed hardwood an N OTH"13 OP APPLICATION FOB

( ord u a imp unto ml feet, se a light 1 onto my path.-Ptaln 119:105.: Reporter Mary Pearce I Liggett, leading figure In the drug stands containing a substantial pine stands. In Europe for man Notice la T\X hereby uiKD given, that W. ,,' "\

Mrs. Alderman: (In Latin class world old friend of former Presi- mixture of second-growth hard- years the cultivation of an under McBver, holder of tax: certificate, No, I,
q f3l.rttri, All religious teaching, doctrine orDr11 ) I dent story of beech has been used as 10, Fourth day of July A D. It31,
01 U* # creed, it they are to have any claim What is the word for "give?" Coolidge and a keen studentof woods of about the same age as moans[ of maintaining soil hall filed acid. certificate In my office.

p and devotion of the people must be '- harmony withrt Beatrice: "Dono." modern business. The message the pine have been found by the fertility and lupiue made, application for tax died! to
loyalty In conflerous thereon In
stands. Hardwoo. Accordance ,
love. words St Into fold and crevice sent from Boston headquarters of with
the Christ whose every Mrs. Alderman: "Correct"Wow U. S. Forest Products Laboratory law. Said certificate embrace the
Jeeps
hinge of and of whom it was said In John 7:46,"NEVER MANLIKE this outstanding pace maker In here to produce a leaves decay more readily that following dxncrlbeil property *ltiiated "
heart
1)n man successful higher percentage resinous pine needles and more 'In Bradford County, Florida, "
MAN. is full
Ti1S merchandising as of the lumber in the best to-wlt: j

a I or Bradford and Union counties are Invited to use this debtors Eldredge: (to man in bird shop.) of good Is news as an English walnut grades than pine stands which con-I soil.quickly Also restore, by absorbing plant foods and to hold the Southeast' One Mire quarter In Northeast of Doutliweet corner of '

activities, organizations and announoeP D-d-oes of meat. Mr. Liggett throws tained quarter, also
church tal-talk few
f y-your p-parrots relatively or no hard- befrlnnlna fin yarde '
pees lag moisture the hardwood leaves
for freely given and no charge made-the only requirement w-well TOwner some mighty Interesting sidelightson woods in mixture. Went of Northeast corner of South* r it:
Space assist In the disintegration of the went quarter of Boutheaet. quarter
, ire nach thlB office before Wednesday morning of bird shop: Well if they current business affairs and has The beneficial influence of the and run Went 142 ".ret., Soutb 44*
-.tl cannot be handled for current Issue. crowded much unanswerable logic I pine needles and the formation of yard. East. 12 yard. North 44* f
I couldnt' talk better than hardwoods Is evident in earlier
they any you an to
"a into the document. .rumus. Thus in mixed stands not 1-a..d. beginning; In Section SO.
i can we wouldn't have 'em in here. natural pruning of the stems of the' only Is it possible to produce bet Township .1i South, liance 21 mast, y
Kendrick as leader. The Increased Referring to one of his pine trees. The broadleaved containing 0 acre. "
SERMONETTE conversations young The
ter grades of lumber but also the amreMtnent of said property
attendance is encouraging. Shot with former President Calvin hardwood trees under the said
I thing cast a heavier. certificate leeuod wan
forest soil will be maintained in
a In the
tonTBringr Blessings 7:30: p. m. Evening worship. song The Ocean is wide Coolidge he tells that after an shade than the needle-leaved pines more productive condition. Union name aid of certificate J. J Byrd shall be ... t G,

5:10: 11. 12. Jesus said and sermon. And you caa't step it hour's discussion of business problems and as a result hasten the deathof S-- deemed according to law tax deed

fcew they which are perse-]I Prayer meeting Wednesday evening If you don't learn your lesson Mr. Coolidge declared: "Sup. the lower pine branches while NO will Issue thereon>. 1931.on the Kth day .f P
are Milk of
Aspirin Tablets
,l righteousness' sake; for at 8 o'clock.A The teacher can't help It. ply and demand will make the they are yet of small diameter. Mag- Dated"rbl'II h day of October A.
3r nralu. Tonics Laxative and Cold D. 1931.
kingdom of heaven. 11. cordial Invitation to all our price. It always has and always These small dead branches soon o. w
Is Remedies are available at Revall A1.TIeUMAN ;
3 when men shall re- services extended to all. BOOST B. II. S. will. You cannot control what God break off and fall to the ground Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court
are ye One Ce.\ Sale prices' November Ilrudford
and County Florida.
produces. the lower of
and persecute you leaving portion the IO-ll-at-ll-13.
6th and Two {
Sth 7th.
4th.
products -
q manner of evil againstfefy METHODISTSays When your're up, you're up Mr. Coolidge was referring to pine stems smooth and clear of
sake. 12. Rend -. the that failed to branches. After for the price of one plus one NOTICE OP APPI.KT4TIO
for my When you're down, you're down. English attempt [.I the Irregularities iron
cent Mitchell's The Rexall Store.St. TAX 1)J<
IOKI
be exceeding glad: for the Richmond Advocate: When your up against Bradford regulate production and price of left by the fallen branches are covered Notice I I. I a-lven

reward In heaven; Your side down. rubber and Mr. Llgett's commentis over by the growth of the tree, I). Thomas, holder of lag cthatertificate
your "The cravette factories of Rich- up No.
s Augustine Mrs. A. T Mon- 237. Fourth day of
1 persecuted they the prophh mond, Va., are enlarging their ca- I "No special legislation-no national the wood of subsequent growth will teau opened gift shop on Cathedral 11127! has filed Dalit certificate July, A.I* mr D..
legislation-no world Inter- be clear and free from knots. ;office and made application for
.
were before you.r pacity and increasing their output 'Well well well street. deed to lanue. thereon tax d4
'I r: The Lord's band Is not ;to meet the growing demand. This Who can tell- course or world courts can estab- The development of mixed stands I with. law Held' certificate In accordance emhraoe ?

that It cannot save; We beat them all to- lish a value that will turn the flow of hardwoods\ and pines In the the following rtencrlbed: property nit. *
ed I year we burned more gas and operated may I NOTUM OK APPLICATION Foil 11 m' Is His ear heavy that It more automobiles than in Well-well well. of business. Calvin Coolidge was southern pine region has been hindered TAX IMOICONotlo to-wltt county, .Florida }

right when he said that price can In two general ways. First, ;* In hereby given:, IWI'N J. Lot 1 I or Kant: half of Block X*,
hear. any year of our history. The at- Lewis, holder of Tax ('. "t f.lvlnvMton. Trilby Company' fI..... 1'
tendance at the baseball games Including 1234-3214 who for what for be regulated only by supply and the grass fires which often burn 46 i4"n."n. 4th day of Auaruit. A. D. dl\llon. of Northeast quarter of t
demand." kill all filed said certificate In mv Northeast quarter Section .
through the forests back 29 Townehlp
READINGS for.
LY BIBLE week: days and Sundays, Who you gonna yell off lie and made application for lax a Hunch, Ituna-e 23 Kant.: $
has been larger than previous rec Bradford, BradfordThat's The fact that at this particulartime hardwood trees to the ground, deed to I Issue thereon In accordancewith The aseasment nf said properly

October 80I !ords." the way to spell It of business stress there is list whereas many of the pine trees on. following law. Hnld decrlbvd certificate property embracesthe nituated under In the the name said of. certificate dam: Tlon l..ue
I Magnified Let allhat I Yet some people think we are goIng Here's the way you yell it, ed the largest number of Rexall account of their thicker bark resist In Bradford county, Florida, Unless said certificate shall be redeemed
Be Bradford drug stores in Drugdom's history, the heat and are spared. Un-: to-wltt co.I'"M'I to law, tax deed
seek thee rejoice and be to the dogs headed for the Bradford, South half of Southwest quarterof will Issue thereon on the Ittb
Ttliee and let such as lovey i poorhouse. If we are It looks like Rah! Rah! Rah! was received with no little satisfaction der such conditions the pine forests Northwent quarter and Northwest of November A. I>. 1 1131. day "+
; because it proved to him are likely to be open and un quarter of HouthweKt. quarter IQxcent Dnted this 13th day of Octo...,. A. f
[ salvation say continually, we will not have parking space for I acre H of Ky. Unction 9, Township! D. 193t.
magnified.-Psalm 70: our cars when we get there. No Feed'em on grassFeed'em the wisdom of becoming the Rexall derstocked and owing to the many 1 H. II. 20 KHHT, containing 6ft a>cr,,n' O W. ALDERMAN ,
be I branches the trees will The property (1'1.0 I) Clerk of Circuit: court (
in this locality they
hay druggist particular on : dnlIfr..a"t ,
we are not going to the dogs even on under the Issued wan Bradford. County, Florida., '
October SII If we think so sometimes; but the Feed'em on anything 'where the profit and good will assured produce only low-grade lumber. In the name of Mm Kiln l.wlnUnlesn toIIlIt.UII.MA"TFR'.
I auld certificate hall be redomed -
Rexall to both The second circumstance that
Way to Freedom-Ye shalle trend of things creates a feeling of But stop that play. by the plan according to law tax deed
truth shall A I the one who sells and the one who hinders the growth of hardwood will Issue thereon on the lard day Hereby SAtin
truth, and the suspicion.God notice I* a-lven that
under
32. He ROOM ORGANIZED buys has been a community affairof trees In second-growth pine stands of November, A. I>. 1931. A and by vltrue :nf that certain final
u free.-John 8: still lives in His world. Detail this lard day of October decree of
la dense initial seeding of fnrecloeure made by A. V. !
mutual benefit."I a Very D. 1931. Long, S
1 the vast Judge
surrender re- Pro
not
November will Haa; Via, for tae
students in the home room think the merchandising the ground with pine. Such a con O. W. Merman, twenty-ilith,
for Right Living He sources of His universe. "He will The biggest (Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court ida, In judicial circuit of Flor
_ewed thee. 0 man what Is keep His covenant with them that of Mrs. T. J. Alderman has organ- idea that has ever been promulgated dition prevents the hardwoods, Bradford county, Florida. Florida.I In and Chancery for Hradforit Hitting eounty on rho h

luid what doth the Lord reIt keep His commandments." He has ized in order that they as a group in America is the fall one which start more slowly than the lO-iJ-Bt.ll-tO. In 24th favor day of September A. t1.. l l.

I thee, but to do Justly and I commanded public worship. may effectively develop character cent sale," continued Mr. Liggett pine, from making satisfactory, NOTICE OK APPLICATION FOR I liquidator of for Joeenh Bradford R Wllaon.Cnnntv as 'fr

traits during home room chapel and he gives this bit of history: "I headway. In such stands, althoughthe I TAX UHut) Hunk, a. corporation, ae complainant
walk humbly
I and to 10 ; :
school a. m.
mercy J Sunday Notice In hereby Klveo, that J S. and against M. J. Oreen and j
God?-Mlcah 6: 8. Morning sermon by Dr. Turner, period. brought this sale to you in the fall pine trees may prune themselves -: Eunice holder of tax ovrtlflcate No. trees hi. wife, and Willie Hhoden.Jxnle
toy Parliamentary rules are being of 1914, after war had been declared , fairly well, the trees are too' 197, nth day of Auiriiit, A. D. 1929,, a* defendant.
J November 2 11:00: a. m.Evening has flied Haiti certificate I In office The
my said
|i Wonderful Love-For God sermon 7:30 p. m. carefully observed In the conductof between the European countries close together for satisfactory I and mAd. application for tax deed tniMnue for ale In Special front; of Mater the: ;,ourthonna will offer iy

that He awaits all class meetings In the homeroom Everything was at a stand growth. and unless the stand is, thereon In accordance with door In Hlarke, Florida during the a
ed I the world gaveIy Welcome for everyone Inw. Held certificate embrace the legal hour of ,
sale between ,
.. begotten Son that who.bellevetb here. thereby preparing the students still. Stock: markets were closed. thinned the individual trees remain I following situated 1 A. AT and Two P. M, on Monday eleven ripe

| in him would not you 4> for intelligent participationIn Everything was going to hell in small and for very many years do wltt In Bradford county, Florida, to- to the the 2nd day of. November, A l>. IBti I,

J but have everlasting life.- BAPTISTSunday future organizations. The officers a hack and the one-cent sale put not attain sufficient size for sawing Lot 41 Woodlawn, Section 11, cash. the hlftheet following and described heat bidder for

in the home room are as your business over and It will do clear lumber. Township S. South, Range. 22 Kiaet erty ltuated: In Bradford auunly prop, I
13: 16. The assessment of mid Florida to-wlt
November 3 school at 10 a. m., A. J follows: the same thing this fall. Studies recently made in loblolly under the said certificate Issue wa The Botitheat! i quarter of Northen.nt tt
i The right- President-Eldredge Robinson. More money Is going to be spenton pine forests showed the highest In the name of "Humiml Clark. quarter or Section 11. Township
Lord Heareth Thomas, supt. Union said certificate shall be redeemed 7 Range 22 Maer. and also the
|ry,and the Lord heareth and Glad our school contributed $19 Vlce-presldent-Murla Weeks. the publicity program for this lumber values were derived from according to .law, tux deed quarter or Northwest quarter SouthWest -

eth them out of all their last Sunday to the state missions. Secretary and TreasurerPalmer autumn One Cent Sale than has stands where 20 to 25 per cent of November will Issue thereon A. D. 1931.Datod on .the Ptlt day of nf Range Section 12, Townonlp. 7, Hoiith 1N

9.-PsMm 34: 17.November Worship at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. Williams.The ever been expended before. As its the timber consisted of second- this Sth day of October, A acres )2r.IJtl.'n:: all t.
of the committee who it to the Independent hardwoods well distributed D. 1931. j. T. p-HArrm.
4 m. Rev. Dr. Willian, our Young members projector gave growth O. W. AtnPnMAN! Special. d
Ipotent Care The Lord People's state leader will be presen standing are: druggist who have ac among the pines. The hardwoods, (Seal.) Clerk Circuit I Court, BJ It John. Master,
Bell.utlflcatlon-John Inman. the Rexall merchandisingplan though of the same age as the Tlrudforil County, Florida. Solicitor j for Complainant.
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|preserve thy going out andsuing to address us at the morning cepted 10-t-Et-ll-e. 10-3-61-10-50. !

In from this time forth service.At Sanitation-Holcomb Overstreet. Mr. Liggett says: "The theme pine trees were not so tall as the - xt

no! for evermore.-Psalm the evening service the choir Program-Earnest Morgan. and scheme back of the One Cent pines and this gave the upper MANTICirM IIAI.1iIn..r..hy
Curttliradford
Publicity-Rhoda Zeigler. Sale is clean-It is wholesome-It portions of the pine tree crowns 1 notice U filveti under and Tn circuit Caeaty,
of mu-
will give a special program I by virtue of that certain final decree Florida In Chancery
November 5 sical selections. Finance-Mary Louise Jaeger. Is truthful It is merchandisingfrom abundant room for development. of foreclosure made by A, V V. F, Flume

11 rot the Righteous The Mid-week service Wednesday at Social-Alta Rahme. factory to consumer with the At the same time the broad-leaved Beth Long,Judicial 1 Pro Circuit lino of Vice Florida, 'of ,the In i V.. omplalnant,4

j shall inherit the land and 7:30: p. In.SEVENTH Sick-Idell demons. lowest possible Intermediate profit. hardwoods shaded the lower portions and for Bradford county In Chancery Josephine. A. Marontte, et aL r''

( therein for ever. You will give employment in your of the pine trunks and assist Hlttlnaon A. it. 1V31 the, In 26th favor day of of Joseph H ptemher It appearing Defendant by .affidavit file 9

law of big God is In his DAY ADVENTIST A WILD FLOWER stores by reason of what your con ed In the removal of lateral M Wilson, an liquidator for Hradford the above etateil cauee thai JoeeKilne In-

none of his steps shall slide. I sumers buy. And after all thatis I branches. Under the conditions County ,Bank and as a alnet corporation W. M., complainant Edwards - A. Maraotte... hueband and tw 11..0..". A. 4

187: 29, 31. Sabbath school at Manuel Botelho's -, Upon the hillside; what is going to tide us over!" just described the hardwoods played defendant the iindemlyited U fendan'ts In the above oentitled

(Trubys Grove) at 10:00: Blowing in the breeze i This Rexall One Cent Sale wilj)\ i a double role first of helping a. Special or near maeted the farm will of offer the for defend Maleat cause of Florida, ,are ,non-renldenta and the. said of Jneephln the tale. tie i

PRESBYTERIANSunday o'clock a. m. each Saturday. Sat Miss Buttercup Just read to be run the first week In Novemberand ; second of thinking the pine standby ant W. M. ICitwartle Houthweet' ofStarke A. Marcotte and Oeorire' A. Ifaraott Y4

rible study at F J. Pattee's each sneeze I the people of this communitywill separating the trees. hour ,of Florida Kale, ,between durln the the hour legal are Mnqulmc each a reiildent Ya'levla of. Marlanoa Santa; ; Catalina, ,

ea November as Wednesday evening at 7:30.: She sneezed and away she was share In this greatest restlval In the studies conducted by the I nf eleven A. M. and Two V. M. on bane Cuba, and that they are, sack lla- i'i'over
: Monday, the 2nd day of November,
: Subject for Nov. 4th "The Fall swept by the breeze. I of buying opportunity of the current Forest Products Laboratory it A l>. 1931, to the highest and beet 1 as*. the age of twenty-one year of

|a. m Sunday school J. M. and Redemption of Man." strenuous year. was found that the greatest net bidder. for cash the following decrthed It I I. therefor ordered that edit

1, nipt Everyone welcome. Her companions looked on as if to value per acre of the stand was much or pemunal such part property a* the said,. or Special no- 1, and defenduntH( A.Josephine Marcotte. A.be and Mareolte. u'rthe

[a. m. Morning worship ser.y cry, Attend the Rexull One Cent Sale concurrent with a ratio of pine to Mauler !I. able to locate and are teorgey r.r .. her la ,
"corral situate In Hradford onmplatnttfllaI
the pastor. SAXTON But bravely said "Another way November 4th Oth 8th and 7th hardwood of about 4 to 1. A Florida, to-wlti County I "aua bill same being for the forerloe-In ar.. t J

p. m Christian Endeavor. we'll try." and see what you can get for a greater proportion of hardwoods Hlxty head of stock cattle marked i ure nf note and mortgage on or be.

I "What Jesus Teaches About Preaching every first and third As If to say by noon today penny. Two Identical articles are resulted in a lower production of '.crop tow fork underblt underblt In one In ear the and other awal-ear.1 her fore A Monday. I) 1911 the, otherwise 2nd: day of the Novem;

I In Cod." Leader Mrs. G. H.V Sundays at 3 p. m., by Rev. W. B. Old Mother Breeze can't blow us offered for the price' of one plus pine lumber and smaller net value "branded with letter H W K together of ald. bill will h. take. alleKatlnn as- t
.1 with all their Increane Alanforty
We had a splendid meeting Christy of the Lawtey Methodist away. one cent. Strictly fresh merchan per acre since the hardwood lumberwas head of mock cattle. marked} confeHed It I. further by the ordered acid. defendant that this.. e

[Sunday night with Estelle church. Preaching services on sec By Vonda Elizabeth Inman. dise. Mitchell's The Rexall Store. less valuable than the pine. ,' ..wallow fork upper and underblt inone der be piihlliihed once a week. for r- ;
._ ear and rpllt In the other ear four cnn..n"tlve weeks 1ft __ .
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puhllnhed In raid rounty and tAte..
HE MAIN TIIIT ;; ON MAIN STREET"n! tat eIN This September a w.0th Ar.nRrtMAN, A. I). 108$,

(real l) Clerk Circuit Court
11:. M JOHNS.
.-.a! Solicitor' for eon>pl.lnant.
ttity ) 10-J-Ot-lO.SO.
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UZZ Use Tale H04F kl ,
pAf-'Po "MOTEL// NO'flrE
MAIN cTI2EIiTEMO $ Jurty 4 BACIl FIRIr, TNAT''S In Circuit Court Twenty-Rlxth Jridlulal .
TUON TO l/ ? HURRY U9 AN' TNe Circuit In and for tlradfor

NEWSPAPER Bsrber Shop TH1i116sT / / ,, %- % HOOK DER UD- {rtes H044 eery(County. State of Florida In Chan r

E HOSE ON FIRE A CL04E SHAM tr' 1 t f /' //// : Alry'T GONNA 'LA tie YA To SID Fll L The A Federal Corporation Land Complainant.Hank of Colombia.. k

T1tETiwO NECK SET HERE ALL !
AT A t4Fl06. ce' '. THE GA* W N. I.alY'e, widower, et al '
DAY r / TAHIC Defendant.. ;
CHIEF It appearlneliy affidavit appeal
ed to the bill filed In the above
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CO. 'I. 1 CMIEy stated. cause that the reeldenca of h
W. N tDue. widower, one of the 4'
I THE ride !.E0 defendant therein named, I* usenown -

FIRE (..due, widower and that I I.defendant over the ace W. N ef

(.'. twenty-one year.} It I I. therefore Or.
dered that said defendant be and he
.,. 1. hereby required to appear to use.
F) TE bill of complaint tiled IN.MK.. ...._,
=! same belnsr for the foreclosure of S

-fee FLANI ,.. : Monday note ,c1lhal .day, on of November.or before h 411

IN "w1)NE A. D., 1131 othorwUe the all.a-
IBE < confessed dons of said by acid bill defendant.will be taken a. 2

: It I* farther ordered thai this 114,
trder be published
0 once A week far
eta /f onp1 four ..onn.ecutlve. Telegraph week. a In news the R

.... .. .paper.... publisher; In salt county sad t1}
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PROTHY DA KNITVOf Cy Char1esIc:\!.. ..,.,,= (K Real M.)JOHNS O.Clerk W. ALDERMAN Cltrcult. Co ,rl. I.

Solicitor for Complainant.
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1ill Yov "OM.TI" ,, -
I WANT TO GO YOU ? wAS0ONNA
YJHAT DO I 9fa
PON K MASTKIVS SALHHereby .
To TNt STOfS NO> LtTLE pvY
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WANT --
GETS POO 4O of puTJ
4fR4 t Corral notice I Is given that ....1'
CofciiCVa and by virtue of that certain final ;,,
decree of foreclosure niade and en
:.., .. ,.. tered by A. Z. Adkln.. Judea for Ihe i'
. Twenty-Nlxth' Judicial Circuit of
e . .
Florida In and for
MI TNAM0 '.' Hradford County,
Florida, In Chancery
sitting on the
'
1eY! ). I Seth day of H.punibor A. D. 1921 -(
,fl In favor of Joseph M tttllann a llauldator -
e for Bradford County Bank.
1 a corporation, a* complainant: and
against 1>. C. Jones and Ada F. y1
y I S June. his wife, a. defendant.
L LWE The' *al W1M for ale In front of the lonrthou.. "''n
+tTOsq door In Starke. ,
owe Florida, during the M
legal hour of sale between the
/ (oe a t9e.rr"w hour of Eleven A. ... and Two P.
BOAST )f. on Monday the Ind day of November
/>w wROa Ar>. 1IM1, to the highest j
OI1R t tCoccEE and beet. bidder for cash. the followlno 1'''
deecrlhed situated
pFEEi In ilradford ".. Florida, to-wltt ?.te
i.IAI.. On. <1). Than (3), Five 19)
.i.. and Meven (7> of Hlock Two (3),
Original Town of StarkeB. .
i K, PERHTMAN.

: ........ El.! M JOHNS Special AI_. f,

""!""ltop for Complaisant G
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f ' l Bradford County Telegraph pen RISING I MILLERBlnrkwrldrp' ford Mr.and W.family.C. Cbeaaen> was a business born:y'.r.Oct and 19th.- -=--

l From Other IThe visitor to Starke Mrs L ]R.
I Saturday af-
MlM Irtm, "..H.*, C.*. dren 'lVallll
,' Established 1877 nII.a Cor. ternoon., and Misses Leola y ,
:MIlls
Mrs. R., N. Crawford) and son, Edna stansdu

Published, Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class Starke Telegraph remarks Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs.attended Hilton.church Dunkley here of Mr. and Mrs. Percy Snyder are Cecil, were business visitors to Gainesville ThUl'1Idsy ""

Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida that the modern girl "rolls her Sunday. the proud parents of a fine baby Starke Saturday.Mr. :Mr. D. W Kelley of
own," but we observe that often and Mrs. M. L. Thompsonand was here on N eh R
r Mrs. 3. D. Dobbs of state farm girl, which arrived Oct. 22. business 'last

E. S. Matthews ___________________ Owner and Publisher the Wauchula modern girl has none to roll.- spent the week-end with her sister, Mrs. Josephine McNeal and Mrs home children of her parents were visiting, Mr. and at Mrs.the,! Messrs. E "h

1 q J. C. Robinson _____________________ ___ Managing Editor Herald.0 Mrs. B. M. McRae. Bessie McNeal and James McNeal R. C. Crlffls near Lawtey Friday.Mr. I asr-aS\ ''
of Theressa,'
Mrs. E. D. Sullivan afternoon with their
Advocates of the northern trans- was visiting her sister, Mrs. R. M. spent friend,Monday Mrs. H. O. Crawford. and Mrs. Darby Gasklns and I I : and :Mrs G. w.
i I'd SUBSCRIPTION RATE Florida canal route are up and do- baby of Heilbronn visited Mrs. Jean New River, were
1. i Crosby Sunday. Mrs. J. B. Hancock and daughter Visiting
and !
Ing while we central Florida folks Gaskins Sunday. friends here !II
a : "I ', ' Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable In Advance :are taking a long rest in our efforts. farm Mrs., spent Ida Harnage Saturday of night the state and Hancock, Miss spent Effle, Sunday Holten and afternoon J. B.. Mr. E. W. Rosier and Mr. Charlie I I ternoon. last ThUIIiIJ,

a. Advertising Rates on Application Malnwhlle, this may be the Gaskins were business visitors to Mrs. E. J. Ward
; r kl I: very moment when history wUl B.Sunday M. McRae.with her daughter, Mrs. with McNeal.Mr. their. friend, Mrs. Josephine Jacksonville one day. last week. I I sister in Gainesville la this VI8t1Q! ,

t ''r perch on somebody's banner-and Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Chesser and Mr. and Mrs L "Ill
1 t>- 'This is Home Improvement Week. I It will not be ours.-Leesburg CommerciaL Mrs. Ruby Chatler and children church James McNeal spent last :daughter Nettite, were dinner Mrs. Cora Crews WerT R tt'!
of Jacksonville attended
with his Ed-
Saturday friend, Mr. t II
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Craw Saturday tq
II\\. 0 I ___ here Sunday. die Carlisle.Mr. Rev. afternoon

} This section could use a rain-maker. My community-- to the place Miss Muhlel and Rachel Silcoxof with and Mrs. Tom Lang are the ford Sunday.Mr.. and Mrs. J. L. Gasklnll'werevlsltorll the teachers McGauley wns I
Starke, spent the week-end meeting In
proud parents of a new girl, which
.,. where my home is founded, where to Lawtey Saturday.EVERGREEN Friday.
0 their cousin, Miss Lillian Kelley.
: arrived Oct. 16.
; ::1. my children were educated, where e Misses Lubedla nr. _, .
Edwards of Bron- '
Miss Emma -
Jt i All political eye-openers are not bottled. ::" ., friends my income dwell is and earned where, where my life my Is son, attended B. Y. P. U. here Sun- Ellen Mrs.Blackwelder Bessie McNeal made a and business Miss [nle and TheoGainesville McCauley-- ,

o day night trip to Dukes last Saturday
Saturday.Mr.
chiefly lived. I have chosen it, af- Mr. and Mrs. j
usually wide-awake affairs ter due consideration from Mr. Arthur McRae was trans- Gordon Holten and Miss Ef- Ollle 11. Mot, (
Slumber Mr F.
parties are amongall A. Roster Cor. Hague and
acting business in Lawtey Monday. Mrs.
tie Holten the
the were guests of Mr.
._. a,1. --- places on earth. It Is the Miss Leila Strickland of Jack- ,Varnadoe were attending
u1 -- and Mrs. A. V. Blackwelder Sat- to
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tome for
ti spot me. Here let me Mr. and Mrs. D. Boree ness to.Sta'ke
V' iV sonville, was visiting in this sec- ; and children Wednesday,
t'' We can be thankful Hallowe'en comes but once a year. live until death claims me. Then urday nightPlaymates of Jacksonville Mr L. T Dyer,
N tion Sunday. were the
tl of little Bobbie Johnson county
If rd 4r.k let v
my neighbors say I was a friendto of Mr. and Mrs. J. and Mr. W, T. Nettles
o man.-Selected. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Oliver and will be sorry to hear he is ill guests E. Rosier' extension ,aKTQIJ! ;

..k v, i ., Silence may be golden but not the silence following] a1U8S. -o-- church little son here, Jacksonville Sunday. attended- In bed and hope he will soon recov Sunday.J. H. Reynolds spent several days I week visiting agent the 4 were-H clUb yep bq
Present ,
., Indications point to a serIous Mr. and Mrs. Burton and babyof er.Mr.. Barney McNeal and Mr. last week here with his sister, Mrs. behalf of their club work
in
shortage the Miss
strawberry Dukes and Mr. and Mrs. Quigley William Schellie Rosier.. Ollie Hague and ilk!
o I crop this year on account of the of ; attended church here Blackwelder were visiting. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Futch andB. ence Varnadoe were
d4 Starke aUen
; i j A lettuce sandwich is two good pieces of bread gone to extreme dry weather. The growers Sunday. relatives In Brooker last Sunday. E. Rosier were visitors to Starke business In Gainesville liut i
Miss Carolina Stuteville '
t have been was visIting -
unable to -
get
:, waste. . much of a stand and unless very we in Miller last Monday. .Saturday.. Carl Reddish of Wateroak day.Mr.. and Mrs. J. L
spent Shrher
'+ -o Miss Ellen
Blackwelder the
.. have rain in sufficient was .
quantitiesIn Wednesday of
WMen everything else goes wrong it is not so bad if fish- a very short time the time will FIVE MILE week-end guest of Miss Iris Dukes. Cohen the week Peele.end with his sister, Mrs. 'sonvllle.Mr. last week ta i

ing is good. have passed for planting for this Airs. P. r. Dekle, Cor. Mr. Hayward McLeod and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Carter and and Mrs J. M Molt,
Cyril Douglass spent Sunday eve-
season. Other sections last
are facing week-end at
children of Wateroak Invernea.
jy gl ? C--- -- the same situation and the Is ng,with their friend, Mr. Spence spent Sun- School
crop was j
y +i 't Prudence and thrift are commendable and provide "an likely to be short all over Florida. Mrs. T. N. Parrish, Mr. and Mrs. Dicks. day with B. E. Rosier and mother. day while the teachers suspended tail
Miss Louie Belle
-Macclenny Press. C. O. Carrol, were guests Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Brady McLeod and Carter of Hell- district teachers aim
; anchor windward.. r of Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Dekle. daughter, Lorraine, were visitingMr. I bronn. was visiting/ Mrs. Schellie meeting lavine.

i u We understand that Hon. E. M. Owen Dekle spent Tuesday with and Mrs. J. S. Dicks Sunday Rosier Monday night.A I Mr. and Mrs. i
1 i AI' Capone will have more respect for the law if he has to Johns of Starke, is being urged by his brother, M. P. Dekle. afternoon. few Brotherhood members of of the EvangelIstic children of Sampson Hogan, were Sat itj

Th. complete his sentence. his many friends to become a candidate Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Pekle spent Miss Thira Douglass was the met with the Jacksonville, her sister, Mrs. L. Morgan
Evergreen church !
for governor. Mr. Johns Tuesday night and Wednesdaywith !guest of Miss Iva McLeod last Sunday.Mr. .
: .. ----v- was unanimously nominated presi- Mr. and Mrs. P, P. Dekle. Sunday.Mrs. Sunday.Mr. R. M.
1, Press tells of earthquake bridge party, and Winnie and Mrs. Randolph Boree, Galney spent i
Macclenny an dent of the 1933 senate and has received Misses Josephine Mae Dicks and daughter, Sunday in Arlington, Ga.anjj
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i' I Qy Something must have slipped. other signal honors during Blume visited Mrs. J. L. Simpson. Archie Lee, were the guests of Mrs.E. and Mrs. G. H. Bennett of Starke, accompanied home cl
P I were visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. E. by Un
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: . his years of public life. That he Sunday.Mr. B. Joyner Sunday afternoon. ey's parents, Mr and Mr& tl
a Rosier .
,' ', is a man of keen political ability i it and Mrs.. B. L. Duke visited Miss Iris Dicks, Miss Ellen Sunday.Mr. Ivy.
,ti; q People living before introduction of the installment plan acknowledged by all. That he wU I Mr. and Mrs" ,.L., G. Johnson Sun- I Blackwelder and Miss Edna Reaves and Mrs. Waldo Pringle of Mr. R. W. BranncD j-

fl ::; enjoyed such nice long months. make a high mark in public life Is day.Mr. spent Sunday afternoon with Miss near with Mr.Lawtey and, spent the week-end of this week in Lake Butler spent tIng
.. Mrs. Cohen Peele.:
; also readily conceded. WhetherMr. and Mrs. B. L. Duke had as Murle Joyner.' his mother
l1 0-- Mr. and Mrs. Son Mrs. W. a I
Johns is seriously guests Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Sallie Blackwelder spent Yarbroughand
41't It's not too early to wonder what the manufacturers will the matter of running for considering governorwe Inches of South Dakota, Mrs. Chris Sunday with her daughter, Mrs.I I W. R. Kersey were visitors to nen.Mr.. and Mrs. H. P. Gained

leave out of next summer's bathing suits. do not know, but we feel as- Douglass and Misses Thelma and Florence Carlisle.BOOTSEY'S. Jacksonville Saturday and Sunday. children and Mrs. H Galney\ m
I Mr. and Mrs. Everett Futch
'> o sured that he would make a good Alice Douglass of Ft. White. I last weekend in Plant City ]
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Dekle had as
run, whether
f'k' : now or four years attended the Mt. Enon Asiw
Florida will not have bread and soup lines this winter, but hence.-Macclenny Press. guests Saturday, Mrs. W. H. Be- Leslie McClellan. of the Primitive Baptist ck

t there are plenty of other attractions left. --r u thea and children, of Perry, Mr.I BEACHL. Medulla.Mr. .

o The other night as'we were com- and Mrs. J. E. Dekle and childrenof L. A. Fowler spent lasts
ing home Lake Butler, Miss Mary Ritch ( Gasklns, Cor.)
a large truck with afternoon
a long day In Trenton.
BROOKERMiss
Too of the "unavoidable accidents" could have been
many
trailer passed us. A little further of Ralford, T. J. Dekle' and Mrs. Howard Mott and Lloyd _
1i: easily avoided with less speed and more sense. :along another truck with another Ida Dekle of Lake Butler. Quite a large crowd from here Vera Gainey, Cor. who have been spending a lewd

f o long trailer passed. Neither trailer Mrs. P. P. Dekle, Owen Dekle attended church at Evergreen !bun-: n the south returned to "
I had a rear light. The next day or and Miss Josephine Blume were Mr. R. A. Foxworth was In Jack- homes here
1. tlf'Y;' The Kelliher (Minn.) Forum says the big problem is not day.Mr. Sunday night
it !' .so we came up behind another shopping in Lake Butler Monday. E. J.Roberts of Lawtey, was sonville Friday. There will be a Hallowe'en i
i:. birth control, it is controlling them after they're born. Lruck, with a long poles stickingout Mr. and 'Mrs. Russel Parrlsh visiting at the home of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Thomas are gram at Brooker school Frt|

o from the rear. There was no were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jullua Mrs. R. N. Crawfrod Monday.Mr. the proud parents of a baby boy I night.

1 The statement that coffee brewed in a tin can on a fish- flag on the end of the pole, and It Parrish Sunday.Mr. the.. of I and Mrs. E. W. Rosier are
was simply an Invitation to the and ADen Parrish he proud parents of a fine
.} ing trip is really good will be news to most fishermen. unwary car driver to get seriously( Brooker were'' week-end guests of boy born Oct. 20. The little fellow baby !7 e 0'41001S ;

t .? -0_.. hurt. With trailers without lights, relatives..In'this section.Mr. has been named E. M. Jr. I art .' .

Any business that shuns publicity, like the late lamented with trucks with poles sticking out and Mrs1. Arthur Douglass of L. M. Murrhee was a business
from the rear, with cattle,,on the Brooker were,here on business Sat visitor to the state farm Monday:
"business" school, is a good business to steer clear of.o .
highways at urday.
night with our gen :Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Carter and
G; 4., eral apparent disregard of life and O. P. and K. P. Dekle were busi- daughter of Woodlawn were visitIng -

;.t. It appears the popular emblem'during the closing days ofUoover's limb, the wonder is, not that we ness visitors 'to Lake Butler Sat- Mr.. and Mrs. E. W. Rosier
't.1 have as many accidents as we do, urday. Monday.
u, administration is a patch on the seat of the pants. but that we do not have many Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Duke Miss Mr. and Mrs. Neasmith, Mr. and r ti 1Mptfily _,_

.---o more. Madison Enterprise-Rec Gladys Duke, Johnnie Andrews and :Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Bernice Hearse

1. Lake Worth Herald thinks the Democratic campaign order Cecil Drawdy attended services at and little daughter, Mary Audrey, >' s'>

j;! i' fund should be called the liberty loan. Liberty from what? 'o_ Danville- -. Sunday evening. of Jacksonville, spent Sunday
The Kallroudu Again here the guests of Mr. R. N. Craw-
o (Macclenny Press.)

Hogs! are only worth about three cents a pound in the The rumor Is going the rounds WOOIiLAIVNMyrtle'Norman I

Chicago stockyards, but a human being is worth even less per hat the the railroads are responsiblefor ( Cor.)
tag war that is being wagedIn FLORIDATHEATRE
pound. various states against other

o states. Whether this Is true or not Mrs. O. J..Phillips and children,

Motor car company advertises nothing less than six will we don't see what the railroads and Miss.Myrtle Norman spent a .
could get out of it except more ad-
few In last week with
days Valrico
satisfy.. And nothing less than twelve will satisfy the credit verse criticism and we don't think relatives. GAINESVILLE FLA.

4 companies hey want that. Mr. and Mrs.W. H. Norman and
o The railroads probably have children were visiting Mr. and Mrs. I
enough troubles of their own with- Oscar Carter Sunday.Mr. \ Program Week Oct. 29
.Stricter enforcement of the law lighting
requiring
proper out starting any more, even for the Jerry Witcher of Plant City,
i of automobile would make the highways much safer for motoring public. That the revenuesof is visiting relatives in this section.

human life. the railroads have been heavily Mr. J. S. Norman was visitinghis TODAY SALENEW
a,{ v. hit by truck and bus operation no brother, W. E. Norman Friday.
o one can question. That they have Miss Mildred Norman was the "DIRIGIBLE"With
The sharp curve at Hampton on state road 13 should be millions Invested where the truck guest of her cousin Miss Mamie FRESH MERCHANDISE

eliminated, even if such. elimination necessitated re-routing and bus operators have hundreds Is Lou Norman Thursday night.
h this also acknowledged. The railroadsare There was a large crowd attend- Jack DIRECT FROM THE FACTORIES
highway. Holt
regular taxpayers all over the Fay Wray,
ing the party given at Mr. and Mra.
C: O country and they are pretty heavIly 1. D. Denmark's Thursday night. Ralph Graves FOUR DAYS

This dry weather is causing owners of pumps to chain taxed at that. Just how long All reported a nice time.

)q them to the ground to keep them from being pulled up bodily they can afford to operate under Mr. Carrol Smith of Webster, is 7th
present conditions is a problem.! visiting in this section. SATURDAY'Buster November 4th 5th 6th and
i C; : : and carted away. We feel that they should be given Mrs. Carrie Smith returned homea ,

b 0t I preference where business Is tobe few days ago.after visiting relatives KeatonIn

t 'n'comparison' with local rates for electricity, a power given' to a carrier, either passenger ,at Webster..' i'' Peptona Tonic $1.00, two for *M
or freight. With their
> Misses !tyrtle'nd Mamie Lou
i a company has offered to sell the "juice" to Ocala for .0118 heavy investment In rightofwayand Norman were,,In Starke Monday Puretest Jt ilk Maanesfa, 50c two for 5it
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j 1 per kilowatt. track we do not see how they morning.? Sidewalks of New York Mi 31 Antiseptic Solution 2'tc'two for 2 iLinnett's

can compete with the trucks and Othma and Truman Norman, With Chocolates. $1.00 lb. two for $1J Q1l>1
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buses operating on highways in Morris John and Leamon Crews ; l
We see where judge ruled two pints did not constitutea which they haven't invested more attended court, at Starke Saturday.Mrs. Midnight Face Powder.$1.00 two for .

nuisance, which ruling is eminently fair in the sight of one than you or your neighbor. If they J. S. Norman spent the day Cliff Edwards Ltggetfs Coffee Two Pound for fit65t,

a ''linan'with one pint. are to handle their business over with her mother, Mrs D. L. Phillips Ltggetfs Opeko Tea two Boxes for
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these highways they should certainly -
; o_- be taxed to pay their full Mr.Monday.and Mrs. Dalton Carter were Monday & Tuesday Firstaid Sanitary Napkins dOc two for llc

These associations forming to fight the gasoline tax at hare of the building and upkeep. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Carter Jonteel Face Powder, SOc, two for SIt\:

$5 per member may be okeh but that amount would pay the The railroads first opened up Sunday. Wheeler & Woolsey Jonteel Cream, SOc /

tax 70 gallons of Florida to the rest of the countryand Mrs. O. J. Phillips and children In Puretest Rubbing Alcohol SOc two for S&
on
gas.
for years some of the lines were visiting In this section. Wed- ,

a operated over very sparsely settled nesday afternoon. "Caught Plastered"Added. Look in our window tor a complete display of tht t*:

F There is a bright side to every cloud. This dry weather country from which they drew very Mr. Russell Reddloh passed thru Laurel and Hardy wonderful bargains this sale. Get circular an''
little revenue. Now they are haVe on a
this section afternoon.
has put the swamp distilleries out of business. No water, no ing practically all their business Sunday, Comedy have list sale.
Miss Mamie Lou Norman and your ready for the opening of the
ntcam-no steam, no shine. taken away from them and by Jim Hersey attended church at

i o competitors operating over state ;Corinth Saturday, night. WEDNESDAY FIRST COME FIRST SERVEDAll

_ "When Uncle Sammy gets through telling Japan what she owned highways. Mrs. Carry Smith. Mrs. Dalton
That the railroads are deservingof Carter; :Morris, and Melvin Carter, Merchandise on this Sale is Strictly
?r must do, maybe some attention will be paid to warring gangster a fair deal we do not feel that were visiting ,Mr. and Mrs. J. S. f'lfl SIN"With

'. aliens in this country. anyone would deny. They are built Norman Wednesday night. Cash-It' Cannot be Charged

permanently and employ good people Misses Myrtle and Mamie Lou
i o at good wages. Norman and Jim Hersey were visiting Tallulah Bankhead Listen for the Rexall 1-Cent Sale Programover

d Macclenny plans to get electricity from Jacksonville to AND CLUB Mr, and Mrs- Oscar Carter Fredric March Station WJAX beginning Monday, >v-
i' : : secure relief from present high rates. Build the line and then CHURCH Sunday afternoon. 2nd at 10:30
a.
RECEIVE m.MITCHELL'S.
i run It on to Starke-we' relief, too. BEQUEST .
each, as provided In the wilL In Thursday & Friday
o According to announcement by addition to those bequests Mr. Al-
3 This is a nation of skeptics. Capone's conviction may executors of the estate of the late varea also provided for a public [ Ruth Chatterton DRUG STORE

t have been caused by justice waking when his contributions J. W. Alvarez, the Baptist church library building for the county and j
'' t and the Woman's Club of Starke city on the corner of Walnut and "ONCE LADY" Starke FloridaT
not sufficient her
f were to keep napping. have been mailed checks for 1300: Jefferson street


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t Bradford, County TelegraphEstablished I From Other Pens I IThe RISING MILLER ford and. W.family.Mr. C Cbeaaear. was a bt1a1J I horn l''.1'.Oct.and! 19th.Mr. 1.. _

1877 I MlM Irln. MrRa.. Cor. ness visitor to Starke Saturday, lot- dten .and II.'1i gAldtsa
": Klm!:! Btarknclder Cor.Mr ternoon. iMisnea Leola
Ri f"= H-">gPhbltehed- - ' *
Mrs. R., N. Crawford and tDa, Edna Stn *..! .
Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class Mr. and Mra. Hilton Dunkley/ ot QAlnesviile
business >to
. Starke Telegraph remarks and Mrs. Percy Snyder are Cecil were visitors \0 ThUl'8day w!
I Matter at the'Post'' Office at Starke Florida that the Jacksonville attended church her Starke Saturday.Mr. Mr. D.
modern girl "rolla her the proud parents of a fine baby; W Kelley a -
ti ""' SundayMrs. and Mrs. M. L. \\'AII
: I own but we observe that often ThompbOi' here on business?*
r i'D. Dobbs of state farm girl which arrived Oct. 22. '
'i ;;; K, & Matthews _..._____-.__________ Owner and Publisher the modern girl has none to roll.- spent the week-end with her sister, and children were visiting at the Messrs. E. 'tu l i
r Wauchula Herald. Mrs. Josephine McNeal and Mrs. home of her parents, Mr. and Mr1. Russell Cretr1 r.azJd r.-,.,
d i :J. Robinson ________________________ Managing Editor -- o -.-. Mrs. B. M. McRae. Bessie' McNeal and James McNeal R. C. Griffia near Lawtey Friday.Mr. visitors to Jacksom ,'

Advocates of the northern trans- Mrs.,E. D. sullivan of Theressa, spent Monday afternoon with theIr, and Mrs. Darby Gaakins OAd and! Mrs. h
r' was visiting her sister, Mrs. R. :M Q W,
friend Mrs. H. G. Crawford. INaw I
SUBSCRIPTION RATE Florida canal of Hellbronn Mrs: River
'J route are up and do- baby vllsted. JVo were
., .1 dr Ing while we central Crosby Sunday. I Mrs. J. B. Hancock and daughter Gaaklna Sunday.Mr. and friends vij
Florida folks
}r Yearly $1.50 Six Months 75c Payable in Advance Mrs. Ida Harnage of the state' here last
; ire taking a long rest in our ef and' Miss Effiei, Holten and J. B. E. W. Rosier and Mr. Chaplle I ternoon.
Advertising RateR on Application torts. Mainwhile farm spent Saturday night Hancock spent Sunday afternoon Mrs
I this may be the Gaskins were business visitors (7 E. J. Ward
Sunday with her daughter, Mrs. < 1 I is
very moment when with their friend, Mrs. Josephine sister vide
o 1Ir- history will B. M. McRae.Mrs Jacksonville one day last week. I In Calnesville >
la perch on somebody's banner McNeal. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Chesser Mr. thil1ll
I -and ape and Mrs. !
This is Home Improvement Week. Ruby Chatler and childrenof L. p.
James
lIt will not be Mr McNeal spent last Nettlte 1\rs.' Cora Waitt
ours.-Leesburg Commercial :laughter. were dlmsll: Crews
Jacksonville attended church .
Saturday with hIs friend, Mr. Eddie .1I w "
b
'.1 Saturday
f 0 here Sunday. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Crk, afternoon.
Carlisle.
--oMy --- ford Rev.
This section could use a rain-maker. Miss Muhiel and Rachel Silcox Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lang the'I Sunday.Mr. McCauley,
d ,; community is the place are and Mrs. J. L. Gaskins wsre the! teachers It
week-end with
of the
where my home is Starke, spent proud parents of a new girl, which meetl9g In
0 founded. where visitors to Lawtey Saturday.EVERGREEN.. Friday.
their Lillian
j1. cousin, Miss Kelley.
arrived Oct.
1' 16. .
my children were educated where Misses
i1t '\,All political eye-openers are not bottled. my income is earned where my Miss Emma Edwards 'of Bron-. Mrs. Bessie McNeal and Miss pie and Theo Lubedla Plnbolste
son. attended B. Y. P. U. here Sunday Ellen A MCGaUltJ
Blackwelder made business
a
o friends dwell and where my life la Gainesville Sa ".......
chiefly lived. I have chosen It af- night. trip to Dukes last Saturday.Mr. Mr. ------;,
and
Slumber parties are usually wide-awake affairs. ter due consideration, from among Mr. Arthur McRae was transacting Gordon Holten and Miss Ef- Mr.. K A. Rlr Cor.Mr. ,.Ollla Hague Mrs.and j M, i IIoIt.
>, i all the business in Lawtey Monday. tie Holten were the guests of :Mr. MI1.
places
on earth.
L It Is .
the . Varnadoe
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pJ --o Miss Leila Strickland of Jacksonville 'V*I were
V V'b home and Mrs. A... V. Blackwelder attenaujL
} spot for me. Here let Saturday -
' me ness in Starke WednaZ
'b was visiting In this sec- and Mrs. D. Boree and ctjl.
thankful Hallowe'en but live :
We be ntghtr.Playmates
4 can comes once a year. until death claims me. Then Mr. L. T. '
.tion Sunday. dren of Jacksonville, were tp, Dyer,
of
let little Bobbie Johnson coUIItJ
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I my neighbors I
'' ," oV' to man.-Selected.say was a friend Mr.'and Mrs. Andrew Oliver and will be sorry to hear he Is ill guests of Mr. and Mrs. :J. E. Roster! abet: Mr. W. T, Nettles,
elttenslon
; A, '" little eon, of Jacksonville attended In bed and he Sunday.J. agent, were bin
Silence may be golden but not the silence following a -0 i hope will soon recov- week
t l Present church here Sunday. H. Reynolds spent several day visiting the !-H cM 1
indications '
i us*.* shortage in the point to. a serous ,Mr. and Mra. Burton and baby er.Mr.. Barney McNeal and Mr. last week here with his sister, Uf. behalf of their club

,;ys 0 crop this year on account strawberry of the of Dukes ia aid Mr. and Mrs. Quigley William Blackwelder were visiting, Schellie Rosier.) Miss Ollie Hague and LI>>

'," A lettuce sandwich is two good pieces of bread gone to extreme dry weather. The grow- of Starke attended church here relatives In Brooker last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Futch auq business fice Varnadoe in were MUM! !
lk have Sunday. Miss Carolina Stutevllle B. E. Rosier were. visitors to Startle Gainesville laat,
wAsstp. , ers been unable to set! verv .. was vIsIting dny. 1

8, 't.+i aw4 ti ."' 0 I have much rain of a in stand sufficient and unless quantities we Miss in Ellen Miller Blackwelder last;: Monday.\ was the .Saturday.. Carl Reddish of Wateroak spent,'Wednesday Mr. and KTro---. -T, .T.. ,m.,"11VIt..

w Rt When everything else goes wrong it is not so bad if fishing In a very short time the time will FIVE MILE week-end guest of Miss Iris Dukes. the week end with his sister, Mra. 1I0J1vl11e. of last Week II
Cohen Peele.
; ) I"' ,,ifl good. have passed for planting for this Sirs. I'. P. Dekle, Cor. Mr. Hayward McLeod and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Carter Bbq Mr. and Mrs. J. M MtJ
season. Other
Cyril Douglass
sections are spent Sunday eve-
facing
1 Alf' --o last week-end at
children of Wateroak Invernea
spent Sunday '
the |
same situation and the crop is ng,with their friend, Mr. Spence
:Prudence and thrift are commendable and provide "an likely to be short all over Florida. Mrs. T..N. Parrlsh, Mr. and Mrs. Dicks. with B. E. Rosier and motb r. School was suspended lul

' ''; '1' anchor to windward." -Macclenny Press. C. O. Carrol were guests Tuesday I Mr. and Mrs. Brady McLeod and MIss Louie Belle Carter of HetJ district dlWhile\ the teachers aU

14 n' 4 ', r of Mr. and Mra. P. P. Dekle. daughter, Lorraine were visiting bronn was visiting Mrs. SchelU\! teachers meeting bovWe.

. o We understand that Hon. E. M. Owen Dekle spent Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Dicks Sunday Rosier Monday night.A I
. :I tl'' b2 ; '4 At'Gapone will have more respect for the law if he has to Johns of Starke, is being urged by his brother M.. P. ,Dekle. afternoon. few members of the EvangtjJatlc :Mr. and Mrs. Hogan Saiuj

,i i :, t j ' cothblete his sentence. his many friends to become a can- Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Pekle spent Miss Thlra Douglass was the Brotherhood of Jacksonville, children bar sister of Sampson, were lit
Mrs.
f met with the L. Morad
D- didate for governor. Mr. 'Johns Tuesday night and Wednesdaywith guest of MIss Iva McLeod last Evergreen church Sunday.Mr. .
II was unanimously nominated Mr and Mrs. P. P. Dekle. Sunday. Sunday.Mr. .
; t;; ; MACclenny Press tells of an earthquake bridge party. of the 1933 senate and has president received - :Misses Josephine and Winnie Mrs. Mae Dicks and daughter, and Mrs. Randolph Bor l. : R. M. Galney epee
'
b' Something must have slipped. other signal honors during Blume visited Mrs. J. L. Simpson Archie Lee were the guests of Mrs. and Mrs. G. H. Bennett of Star ,. Sunday, Arlington, CR.,It|

i 0- his years of public life. That he Sunday. , E. B. Joyner Sunday afternoon. were visiting Mr. and Mrs.. J. Accompanied home by Miley'a
is a man of keen political ability is Mr. and Mrs.: B. L. Duke visited Miss Iris Dicks, Miss Ellen RosIer Sunday ] parents, Mr. and Mrs 1
s People living before introduction of the installment planS acknowledged by aU.' That he will' Mr. and 4rsl,L. G. Johnson Sun- Blackwelder and Miss Edna Reaves Mr. and Mrs. Waldo. Pringle "tI "Y-

enoyed) 's'uch nice long months. make a high mark In public life is day.Mr. spent Sunday afternoon. with Miss near Lawtey, spent the week-e\d :Mr. R. W, Branncn spent il
'of this
also readily conceded. Whether and 'Mrs. B. L. Duke had as Murle Joyner. I with Mr. and Mrs. Cohen Peele;\ week in Lake Bulls J
0U'a --
,
Mr. Johns is seriously considering guests ''Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Sallie Blackwelder spent Mr. and Mrs. Son Yarbrou J Ji log hIs mother, Mrs. W. R i iten.
to wonder what the manufacturers will .
not too early the matter of running for governorwe Inches of!; South}, Dakota Mrs. Chris Sunday with her daughter, Mrs.i I and W. R. Kersey were visitors
leave\ out of next summer's bathing suits. do not know, but we feel assured Douglass and Misses Thelma and Florence Carlisle.BOOTSEY'S. I Jacksonville Saturday and Sunday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Calif!)I

o that he would make a Alice Douglass of Ft. White. and Mrs. Everett Fut J1 blldren and Mrs H. Gainer J
? good
rn run, whether I Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Dekle had as I spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. last week-end In Plant Cllfl
: now or four
!. ; :Florida t< will not have bread and soup lines this winter, but hence.-Macclenny Press. years guests Saturday, Mrs. W. H. Be Leslie McClellan. Attended the Mt. Enon A;

them are plenty of other attractions left. ---- a- thea and children, of Perry Mr. BEACII Of the Primitive Baptist i cb

I o The other night as'we were com- and! Mrs. J.'E. Dekle and children {* Medulla.Mr.. .
ing home a large truck with a of Lake Butler, Miss Mary RItchof (I;. Gasklns Cor.) L. A. Fowler spent but
t'' Too of the "unavoidable accidents" could have been long
many BROOKER lay afternoon In Trenton.
' trailer passed us. A little further Ralf ord, T. J. Dekle' and Mrs
t ;'' t easily avoided with less speed and more sense. Howard Mott and Lloyd
along: another truck with another Ida Dekle of Lake Butler. Miss Vera Gainey, Cor.
Quite a
large crowd from
: here Who have been spending a few a
D long trailer passed. Neither trailer Mrs. P. P Dekle Owen Dekle attended church at Evergreen'Iun/ :
In
the south returned to
', The Kelliher (Minn.) Forum says the big problem is not had a rear. light. The next day or and Miss Josephine Blume were. day.Mr. Mr. R. A. Foxworth was In Jaclt- tomes here Sunday night
so in Lake Butler :
we came behind shopping Monday.Mr.
l birth control it is controlling them after they're born. up another E. J.Roberts of Lawtey, was sonvllle Friday.Mr. There will be a Hallowe'en j
:' truck. With a long nnloa .H.. .,.,.".* and 'Mrs. Russel Parrish
--- --- -- .6 visiting at the home of Mr. and and Mrs. O. S. Thomas
are gram at Brooker ichoolOrgmal
, out from the rear. There of Mr. and Mrs. Julius I
were guests
y, J was no Mrs. R. N. Crawford the '
f Monday. proud parents of a baby bO llrrbt.;
P the statement that coffee brewed in a tin can on a fishing flag on the end of the ,pole and it Parrish Sunday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Rosier are II M-
was simply an invitation and .Mrs.: Ancll Parrish ot
will be to most fishermen. to the the: proud parents of a fine
trip is really'good news
Brooker were' week-end ofrelatlvel
unwary car driver to guests
get seriously boy born Oct. 20. The little fie
-0 hurt. With In'tJ Is -section. .
9 I trailers without lights, has been named E. M. Jr. fellow .
e'' Any business,that shuns publicity, like the late lamented with trucks with poles sticking out Mr. and Mrs./ Arthur Douglass of L. M. Murrhee was a I

", r 'Business"\ school, is a good business to steer clear of. from highways the rear at with cattle on the I Brooker were.,here on business Sat- visitor to the state farm Monf.lay.Mr. .
night, with our gen urday. and Mrs. M. D. Carter and
l o eral apparent disregard of life and O. P. and K. P. Dekle were business daughter of Woodlawn were visiting .

G'r It appears the popular emblem'during the closing days of limb the wonder is, not that we visitors .to Lake Butler Sat- Mr. and Mrs. E. W. RosIer

t h Hoover's administration is a patch on the seat of the pants. have as many accidents as we do. urday. 'Monday..
; but 1
that we do not have Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Duke, Miss
V
Mr,
} and
-----p.-.... many Mrs. Nessmlth, Mr. and
more. Duke Johnnie Andrews and
Madison Enterprise-Rec Gladys Mrs. Smith.. Mrs. Bernice Hearse
Lake Worth Herald thinks the Democratic campaign order. Cecil Drawdy attended services at and little daughter Mary Audrey,

fund t should be called the liberty loan. Liberty from what? The Q Danville Sunday. .evening.- of Jacksonville, spent Sunday
Kallrouda --
Again here the guests of Mr. R. N. Craw ,4i&
u (Macclenny Preaa.) i.Ply

y Hogs are'only worth about three cents.a pound in the The rumor Is going the rounds WOOSLAWN{ I

Chicago stockyards, but a human being is worth even less per that the railroads\ are responsible FLORIDATIIEATRE
for the tag war that Is being waged: (Myrtle T'Norman Cor.)

pound., in various states against other,

"O states. Whether this Is true or not i Mrs. q. J.r Phillips and children,

Motor car company advertises nothing less than six will we don't see what the railroads and Miss Myrtle Norman spent. a

eattafyv" And nothing less than twelve will satisfy the credit could get criticism out of and It except more adverse few days in Valrlco, last week with
we don't think relatives GAINE VTLLE. FLA.

companies.Btrcter. they,want that. Mr, and Mrs. W. H. Norman and
.. "if
The
railroads
0 probably have children were visiting Mr. and Mrs.

4 \ ) enforcement of the law requiring proper lightIng.of' out enough troublea of their own WIth- Oscar Carter Sunday.Mr. Program Week Oct. 29
starting any more, even for the .
Jerry Witcher of Plant
City
automobile would make the highways much safer for
motoring That
n, public. the revenuesof la visiting relatives In this section.Mr. .

4, ( s hulpail life. the railroads have been heavily J. S. Norman was visiting TODAY"DIRIGIBLE" SALENEW
hlr o hit by truck and bus operation no 'his brother, W.. E. Norman Friday.

; jg 'The sharp curve at Hampton on state road 13 should be one millions can question.invested where That they the truck have ,I guest Mlsa of Mildred her cousin Norman Miss was Mamie the '

;; eliminated, even if such elimination necessitated re-routing and bus operators have hundreds la ,Lou Norman Thursday night. With FRESH MERCHANDISE

also acknowledged. The railroadsare There was a large crowd attending DIRECT FACTORIES
Highway.
y this-> >FROM THE
Jack
regular taxpayers all over the the party'given at Mr. and Mrs. Holt, Fay 'Wray,
o country and they are pretty heav- ,
L. D. Denmark's Thursday night. Ralph GravesSATURDAY'
I This dry weather is causing owners of pumps' chain ily taxed at that. Just how long All reported a nice time. FOUR DAYS

the Q. to the ground to keep them from being pulled up bodily they can afford to operate under Mr. Carrol Smith of Webster, is -

,t I "b aNt cArted away I present We feel conditions that they is should a problem.be given -. visiting Mrs:Carrie in this Smith section.returned homea November 4th,, 5th, 6th and Try

o .. preference where business is to few $ Buster
days atfo', after. visiting rela- KeatonIn
comparison: with local 1 rates for electricity, a power be given to a'carrIer, either passenger Uveaat Webltef. Peptona alai$ '
,, or freight., With 'their!: '' Tonic, SilJOO two for
hU. 'Mamie
:Myrtle and Lou ,
'" has offered to sell the "juice" to Ocala for .0118 sea
company ill
: heavy Investment in Puretest
right-of-way
Norman., ere .Ja Monday Milk Mann ta 50c two for
? ; ,.,Starke: ,
per kilowatt. and track we do not see how they Sidewalks of New Mi
.1 morning. \ York 31 Antiseptic Solution. 2Sc.two forLiaaett's
can compete with the trucks and
_Otbma_ and Truman Norman $alai
buses operating on hisrhwava In With Chocolates. $1.00 lb. two for (
t We'see where a judge ruled two pints did not constitutea e Morris John, and Leamon Crews UI
which, they haven't Invested mon attended court at Starke Midnight Face Powdfr $1M two for 9''lLlggett's

I nubance, which ruling is eminently fair in the sight of one than you or your neighbor. If they J. S. Norman spent Saturday.Mrs. the day Cliff Edwards Coffee Two found* for 1St
are to handle their ,
'man'vvith one pint. business over with her mother, Mrs, D. .L. Phillips I ISk
these highways they should certainly Monday. Ligyeifs Opeko Tea. two Boxes for _

o be taxed to pay their full Mr.and Mrs. Dalton Carter were Monday & Tuesday ,Firstaid Sanitary Napkins, lOc two for :JJ"

These associations forming to fight the gasoline tax at share of the building and upkeep. visiting Mr. and :Mrs. Oscar Carter Jonteel Face Powder SOc two for S1"

$5 pet member may be okeh but that amount would pay. the The railroads first opened up Sunday. Wheeler & Woolsey Jonteel '
Cream
Florida to the rest of the 50c .
,
countryand
Mrs., O. J. and In
tax 70 gallons of Phillips children
on gas. for Puretest *K'
years some of the lines for
4 were visiting in this section. Wednesday Rubbing Alfohol. 50c, two
o operated over very sparsely settled afternoon. "Caught Plastered"

''k There is a bright side to every cloud. This dry weather country from which they drew very Mr. Russell Reddish' passed thru Look in our window for t. complete display of *

; has pat the swamp distilleries out of business. No water, no little revenue. Now all they are having this section Sunday afternoon.; Added. Laurel and Hardy; wonderful bargains on tMa' &de. Get a circular; **
practically their business Comedy
8teanj -r\o steam, no shine. tAken away from them and by,. Jim Mlsa Hersey Mamie attended Lou Norman church and at ; have your list ready for (flay/ .opening of the sale.

4 o'Whoa competitors operating over state Corinth Saturday,night.
FIRST SERVED ,
owned COME FIRST
Uncle Sammy gets through telling Japan what she highways. Mrs, Carry. SmIth. Mrs. Dalton WEDNESDAY"MSIN"
That the railroads '
tl 1' muat'do. maybe some attention will be paid to warring gang- a fair deal we do are not deservingof feel that were Carter visiting, Morris,,Mr.and and Melvin'Mrs.Carter J. S., All Merchandise m this Sale is Strip 1CashIt' |

f .ate aliens In,this country. anyone would deny. They are built Norman Wednesday night. Charged
permanently and WithTallulah Cannot> be
1 employ good people
Y i -l- 0 Misses Myrtle and :Mamie Lou

o ; : MaccJenny plans to electricity from Jacksonville toJIeCIU"e at good wages.o Norman and Jim Hersey were visiting Bankhead Listen for the RexalJ 1-Cent Sale Profits
Mr, and Mrs. Oscar Carter Fredric March
relief from present high rates. Build the line and then CHTJHCU AND CLUB Sunday afternoon. over Station WJAX beginning Monday,, hp '

rat k' to-Starke need relief too. RECEIVE BEQUEST 2nd at 10:30:
run'Jt: on -we a. m.MITCHELL'S.
i __... each,; aa provided In the wilt. In Thursday &
D
Friday
I According to announcement by; addition to those bequests Mr. Al-
h This 'is a nation of skeptics. Capone's conviction may executors of the estate of the late varea also provided for a pubUc Ruth Chatterton"ONC&ALADY" DRUG STORE

k 1uLV6; been causedby justice waking when his contributions J. W. Alvarez the Baptist church library building for the county; and I
and the Woman's Club of tark. city on the corner of Walnut and I
I ,jrens. bet sufficient to keep her napping.. hare,teen mailed checks for flee Jefferson street. III Starke .n Florida


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