Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 23, 1932
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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! Kubfished 1877 Subscription-For Year $1.50; Six Months 75c-Payable in Advance E. Matthews,,, Owner and Publish


RED CROSS ASKS 1 Dr. GriffItts Praises I POULTRY COMPANY (. 'I''
Hicks' Execution First Strawberries Committee Seeks

Commissioners FOR OLD CLOTHES, State Health Board WOULD II U Y HERE) '

Rescind Action Old clothes will-for the needy of our,. Stayed As Court On Mosquito- Control Grown In Bradford A Jacksonville poultry companyhas Federal Aid Fund

community be collected Thursday -I. Florida's state board of health communicated whit, A. J, Qrlffls -

September 29th, Mrs. N. D. was praised recently! for the work saying that It Is In the marketto

Cutting Values Walnwrlght Red Cross Chapter, chairman, announced of the local this II Finds i Insanity In by mosquito Dr. T. H. research D. GrlffltU.and surgeon control Hornsby DeclaresArticle pounds purchase of poultry from per 1500 week.to 2000 The For Local ProjectOrganisation

week. Anyone having clothes that I U. S. Public Health Service wbq company la willing to send a truck

may be donated for men women out and cash for the poultryat
has been engaged in malaria research pay
| comptroller Wire Such Reduction and children are asked to have' Doctors Concur on Prisoner's Con- work In Bradford county. In Sun Dial Refuted-Dortor time of purchase.The of Bradford County +Ik
Took Fuice Her ,
them that date for col Beaten by Several Body
Invalidate ready on following are desired: Heavy '
Would ditlora-m.a to Chat- "The people of the state are very Year SaturdayRepresentatives ,"i'i 4

Assessment lection. fortunate In having such a weU- colored hens, heavy white hens, "
Five automobiles will be needed tahoochee 2 j ,
equipped organization he said light colored hens, white or colored f '
J. M. Rising, one time farmerof of the Bradford ,
for the collection which will take
white candled ,
fryers, eggs yel-
plan to speed up the place from the Woman's Club at Gainesville, Fla., September 21. "Although the mosquito situationIn this section: beat Dr. D. E. Sax- low candled County Unemployment Relief COm- ,
Florida Is not serious It is eggs.Poultry
now ;
-The mittee in Tallahassee Thurs.
execution of Arthur were
C. ton of Homeland
of taxes and get big Umber 9:45: a. m. Anyone who can assist by three years raisers who are inter
tollectlon that has continually
to be -
Hicks, convicted of the murder of something day seeking to secure Federal
for the distinction of the
growing Z
tracts of Bradford county back In the work is asked to reportat and it ested are advised to get in touch
watched as
his wife here In Improved funds for the local project of .v
1930 was stayedby first strawberries In Florida according : openIng
books fell through this week this time.Growers. with Mr. Grlffls that he
so may
the the
has tremendous
a bearing on
on Judge A. V. up Alligator Creek from Starke
Long yesterday to James Hornsby another
Comptroller Ernest Amos health and "of the state, enter Into further negotiationswith
when/ when It was found that Hicks was prosperft; Bradford county farmer to Rowell Lake
that if
commissioners the .
wired county Insane. He delivered company.Cassava This action was taken following
state tax was ordered to be Mr. Hornsby noticed our articleof ij
the value of outstanding Protest to the officials of the state last week copied from the SunDial a meeting held at the court house
cut Truck
tale certificates were fifty percent insane Turpentine Tuesday afternoon at which t
at fig-
asylum Chattahoocheeuntil
such action, would published by the Peninsular I 'M
as planned assessment.At his sanity returns at which Telephone Company, which stated ThrivesIn urea turned In from each commis {; }

Invalidate the held Wednesday Green Cora Rates time he will be delivered again to that Dr. Saxton grew the first berries sioner's district In the county Id '

a meeting made to: the prison officials for execution.Six Hits Light Sedan at Homeland in 188 "He was showed 1100 persons In need of ,.
motion was i
morning the action adopting the reduction -: physician, in all. testifiedat Just three years too late," Mr. Bradford Soil work relief.Members.
rescind the Those for both of the committee who ttl ,
resolution of September E. S..latthewII. chairman of the Hornsby said, "I helped Rising la
the state and the defendant agreed It' his garden and remember that ha ,- glade too trip to Tallahassee to
Foreclosure proceedings aa Florida Railroad Commission, Is Sandwiches Against Telephone
12. that Hicks was insane and unableto had berries back in 'S3. It was onlya I 1 confer with\\ Helen c. Mawer, DIrector -
the commU- before 3i
a alt
planned by attending hearing examiner
originally PolNo Injured v
Although the of lUllef State Advisory
understand the dictionary gives
"purpose nature 1 don't think he '
lion will be carried out on designated for the Inter-State!: Com- In Aocidrnt I patch; had the Unemployment Relief it kWere
West Indies South America of
and effect" of the process (execu- of Council
over a couple rows. i r .
lands but such action was merce Commission at Daytona H. C. ,
tion) about to be carried out did remember and Africa. the homeland of cassava 0. M- Inman. chairman
Mr. not
until December 15th: In which carlot rates Horne
Beach on aboutten "
postponed A bad Imaahup.occurred d .4
He found to It also thrives In Bradford Wall '
was be
Minutes of the meeting, In full vegetables out of Florida are In suffering o'clock Thursday morning at where Mr. Rising got his plants, vice chairman, hi'S';

volved. from cerebral soleroata which but he did remember that no one county say Rev. D. L. Phillips, Thomas, secretary.At ". .
the Intersection street
softening pf, Orange who has a farm a few mile west ,
I The Board of County Commis- While the rates on all vegetablesare and Highway 28 when a turpentinetruck knew how to cultivate them. of backed' a meeting held Saturday at
of the brain and also causes pare '. "We didn't work them like we Lawtey. Rev. Phillips the court house among representative t
iloners of Bradford county under review In the hearing at weighing' ( 6.000 pounds, his
up statement by bringing a six I"
do today, thts"early berry citiscns from all over the v {
In a called meeting on Sep- Daytona, local interest centers struck a Chevrolet sedan driven by foot
Among the physicians testifying, said, "I dug deep around the roots plant Into the TELEGRAPHoffice : county the following council was l1 R
following around the rate
with the be-
tember 21.. 1932 on green corn, Miens A4 where It 1
: is for the defendant were Dr. Ralph' instead of shallow like we do now." will be on exhibition appointed: G. W. Hlnaon Dr. W. E. .'
members present: J. L. Under- cause that product more extensively Miss Balsdea Wet entering Highway
for the Instruction
Green, Jacksonville; Dr.. W. E. I Commercial fertiliser was not of progressive Middleton, Mr. G. P. Raymond. A. IkP,
bill, chairman; J. M. Rosier R. shipped from this sectionin 28 in front, of Rlcketth&ker's
farmers of this section.!
Middleton, Starke Dr. CourtlandD. S. Crews E. S. Matthew. Mies.,
; : known back In those day. Mr. r
T. Osteen and G. W. Hinson. freight carlots than any other. filling station) the truck coming
The plant has a fleshy rootstock
Whlttaker surgeon at the state Pearl Jordan Mrs. N. D. Walnwrlght. wtr, ;
: Hornsby said and the berries were
Minutes of the called meetingof The present carload minimum toward Starke, waa unable to
that yields a nutritious starch. It '
penitentiary and Dr. W, C. Thomas. A, A. Durden Homer'
, September 12th were read and weight is 21,000 pounds. Shippers stop and hit the light sedan broadside planted In wide beds of six rows comes la handy around a farm 11 11Among
Gainesville. L. L. Chapman, each. But they thrived In spiteof Gainey L. H. Hill, F, F. Stump.
amended follows: have found that corn under top- It
as sandwiching against a Rev. Phillip says, since It may be
superintendent of the prison was the duties of the council ,
After the words "The resolu- icing can be safely loaded to 30,000 to the of the the experimental cultivation
pole right
telephone eaten by cattle, hogs, and even the !
also a witness for the defendant.Dr. will be to administer the funds received I
and fruit.
they received, made fine
therefore declared and are asking the road. The broke at
tion pounds, telephone
was pole farmers themselves. It makes an
J. H. Pounds of the state "Rising berries only forhis from the state, and to setup ? ;
the added: state Commission to Inter-I the and the truck carried grew If
following was ground, excellent substitute for sweet po-
asylum and Dr. Thomas, were and maintain a county-wide social *
of the minimum weight car sedan and all for about twen- own use. Mr. Hornsby continued
"Subject to the approval per pole I tatoes. '
witnesses for the state. service exchange of all faml- s
State Comptroller" this particularclause consequent reduction in the per Hicks' execution was originally ty feet. I front "The first man to ship any Rev. Phillips would like .to see lies and Individuals receiving aid lathe li

having been left out of the package cost of placing corn In i Both sides of" the sedan were I this section was Guy KnickI more farmers planting this useful
scheduled for October 8, but a erbocker at Lawtey He had justa county In order that there shall
resolution by error. the northern markets. badly damaged; the trucks, owned I crop since It produces great
writ of error to the supreme court be no duplication of effort.
In the motion to stay the force- Messrs. J. H. and J. T Moore by D. E. Roberts of Worthington small patch, not a quarter of an quantity pf food on a small area I't
had It. J. Davis will treasurer
automatically stayed R> serve as
but when he found out that
closure of tax sale certificates the and J. L. Harrell of Lawtey are The court's order after recit- Springs and driven by Kenny acre, of land. It requires a minimum for the Bradford county body.A ll'i1
there was In It he and all
date was set for December 15th attending the hearing as witnessesto ing the fact of the hearing having Douglas, suffered a smashed fender money amount of cultivation and seemsto budgeting committee consist
the started
other farmers
planting -
1932, Instead of November tat present the shippers side of the and a bent axel. thrive on even the poorest soil.
been held read as follows: : Ing of the following members was)
1932 as published.. question. None of the occupants of the ma. big patches The rootstocks of this plant are '
"It is considered by the court brilliant also appointed L. H. lUll, F. F. 'I
Atter bearing the clerk read certain that chines were Injur e4, but If It bad I was a also used commercially (making
the defendant, Arthur C. man according: to Mr. Hornsby Slump Or W. K. Middleton, G. W. q
not been for the it
telegrams from the state Indicates Hicks, has become insane after telephone pole tapioca. Hinaon and H. P. Gainey.1st .
who attributed to him the Inventionof
Report Is likely that the> sedan would have l
comptroller in which .he stated '
conviction In such a degree that the first refrigerator box. e

Kt that forth If a reduction in the resolution such as was of Business Upturn he nature Is unable purpose to and understand effect of the the siderably turned over more several damage times.would Con-have H. E. Lagergren another pioneer' Three Counties Meeting of P. T. A.. 3 : '

been done also If the had beena settler in these parts Is Inclinedto '
September 12th 1932 was made it pole Held Here 'Wednesday ;
process about to be executed: upon date the first berries back even
would invalidate the assessment. Industry in Florida during August new one and not easily broken. Hold Up Reports -
him."It farther than Mr. 1I0rn by. Mr.
Whereupon Mr. R T. Osteen madea operated on an increased Is, therefore ordered that Lagergren does not remember who The Parent-Teachers' Association a ,

motion to rescind the action scale although a general surplusof the judgment of this court and the Three Men Escape had the very first but says that held its first meeting of the
Three of
adopting the resolution of September labor was apparent a report re- execution of said Judgment be and had a small patch county superintendents fall season Wednesday afternoon, + I14 I14at

12th 1932 relating to a reduction leased yesterday by the U. S. Em- the same is stayed."It | Lake Butler Jail i nearly by 1882.everyone public Instruction In Florida this I three o'clock In the high school

In state tax sale lands; ployment Service of the Depart- Is further ordered that the According to Mr. Lagergren the week still were withholding their auditorium' with a good attendance '

which motion was duly secondedby declared. A summary i annual reports and Instruction unit and much manifested
Labor Interest .
ment of superintendent of the state penitentiary Three prisoners aped from the first commercial shipment was I' ,
G. W. Hinson. After considerable of conditions In this state of the state of Florida. In data sheets. State SuperintendentW. In plans for the year's work.
Union county jail at Lake Butler made from Florida by J,. L. Stala- S. Cawthon announced.
discussion said motion was also appears In the August issue' whose custody the said Arthur C. Mrs E. K. Perryman presided 'jj.
last Friday night making the second by, of Lawtey, In 1882. Until all counties have supplied/
unanimously carried. of the Industrial Employment Information Hicks now is, deliver the said jail-break within two monthsfor Anyway, we have the Homeland and the meeting was opened by
Mr O. M. Inman apeared beforethe Issued in Wash- the Information upon which the the audience "America the rll
Bulletin Arthur C. Hicks to the proper officer singing
that city. Officers here gave doctor beaten, but who remembers
state must base Its estimated
board and asked for the coop- Ihgton. D. C.Wholesale of the Florida State Hospitalfor ap Beautiful" with Mrs. F. H. Long ;
the names of the runaways as Norman who planted the very first berry T
of state school
portionment moneysfor I
eration of the board of county and retail establishments the Insane until be shall have Bennett and Byrd. It Is be- pianist. Mrs. H. V. Knight favored i t
commissioners in the matter of relief Increased volume the current fiscal year no coun the audience with A
reported an regained his senses, at which time LuUaby, bY'FrltJl
lieved that Byrd was of the
one Completion of Road.13
ty will be able to learn what to expect -
work for Bradford county; last month, KreUler. '
of business over be, the said Arthur C. Hicks shall men who escaped on August 4th

| dating that the amount asked for the report shows, and rail water I be delivered by the said officer of and was later captured by Union ,mil Be Celebrated he said. Mrs. H. C. Rltch's grade received ;
Last week Mr. Cawthon scored
| I Ia tea to fifteen dollars which and highway transportation companies -' the Florida State Hospital for the county officers. None of the prisoners a prize for having the largest attendance -
amount will not be a direct or ad with normal forces eight counties for their delinquency of patrons the prize be-
operated Insane to the proper officer of the have been found yet accordIng Gainetvllle will Join with Archer
In this Since that time
valorem tax on the county but for this period of the year. Federal state penitentiary of the state of to Information obtained here. Bronson, Otter Creek and Cedar reipcct. ing a framed picture "Dance of

win be deducted from the Federalroad state county, city and private Florida to carry out the Judgmentof i' Sheriff Brannen of Union county Key In a great celebration of the five of the have tardy county. superintendents the Nymphs by Carot t

I or Income tax allowance com- construction afforded employmentfor this court heretofore pronounced brought another prisoner Allen completion of the only missing link reported.The Principal L A. Gray made an 7,
three counties still
lag to the state of Florida from holdingout excellent address on the cardinal P1
I additional workmen. against him. here for safekeeping. between the county seat of Ala-

the United States. 'The preparation of land for fall Boatwright Boatwright Is wanted in Waycross,, chua county coast and the Gulf of are Franklin, annual with the report county.uperintendent's ; obJective. cf education, the first r, t

Upon motion of Mr. O. W. Hlnon sectlona being mastery of tools, technique
in the agricultural Mexico.
planting Ga., for failure to support his chile with Its Instruction unit
Eleven Take Hardee .
which was seconded by R. T. increased the demand for Applicants The date decided on at a con- and spirit of learning.Mrs. ,
Osteen the board agreed to coop- farm help" the) release continued. Teachers' ExaminationEleven 1 ference held late yesterday after data sheet, and Jackson which has R. J. Davis charmingly 1
filed neither Mr. Cawthon said. "
erate In every way possible with "Turpentine and naval stores products 4-H CLUB COUNCIL I noon between the directors of the sang as a solo "Ireland by Ernest

the County Relief Committee, of, plants operated with usual applicants took the HELD AT DIIOOKER Gainesville Chamber of Commerceand will R. Heck. k '

which Mr. Q. M. Inman is chair- forces in most instances. A slight teachers' examinations given by Mayor George Lewis of Cedar Ticket Win The P. T. A. officers and chair
man. In On Saturday t the Brooker men for the year are; Mrs. E. K. a'Perryman
Increase In activity was noted Superintendent A. J. Grtffls last Key, Is Friday of next week Sep

There being no further businessthe the dairy products plants also in Thursday, Friday and Saturday. school house a very enthusiastic tember 30.Mayor Says HathawayJacksonvilie.Pons president; Miss Isabel ,

board adjourned until the next connection with the raising of lIve- White applicants were: Mrs. meeting of the 4-H Club Council, Lewis will undertake, so Fernandez vice-president;. Mrs E.

regular meeting to be held Monday stock." Genevieve C. Kcnly Mrs. MargeryH. was held with forty-eight present.The I be Informed the directors, to plan M. Johns, secretary; Miss Eunice

October 3, 1932. As to Jacksonville the report Colley Miss Louise Edwards. president. Miss Annie Laura the program which is to Include A. Hathaway Perkins treasurer. Chairman of w '
who was a visitor recentlyat
Mrs F. H.
Tucker of Hampton presidedMiss program committee
Invitations to Governor Doyle Sy
: Miss Martha Groover. Arthur Me State Democratic I '
Leretta Jeffords of Lawtey headquarters Long; Membership Mrs.\ G. H. 1 '
"An upward trend was noted in Rae Alfred E. Maxwell, Miss Flora Carlton Dave fiholts. Democratic declared that the entire Demo-
Council Mrs. J. C. Robinson
Vivian Brannen of Lowry;
Meeting Miss W. J. If
and retail establishments secretary; nominee for governor ow- I
the wholesale Belle Jackson. cratic ticket! will be elected an
Lake Butler, and treasurer Miss Republican nmnlI ; :Finance, Mrs. E. L. Biggs;
during August. The pouring Colored applicants were: Mrs. ey, Independent overwhelmingly majority in they/ Mrs. J. M. Brownlee Sanitation
Grounds ;
Held This WeekThe Ozena Green of Brooker were Chairman H. II.
for the new ness for governor,
of concrete foundation Carrie B. Simmons Zelaway R.j I I November general election. and Health Mrs. J. M. AU Praves
Each helpful suggestions
gave of
prenent and the other members
with a Wells
postofflce was under way Sawyer Beatrice Williams. Frank "I In the !
see nothing political Hospitality to be appointed }
for the good of the ;
Plans the state board Congressman -
City Council of the city of large force of men employed. Williams. situation In Florida to cause Democracy .
for the I'I county. I R. A. Green and other state L
Starke contemplated "
met in reguIarseslon?Tues- were being Following the regular routine of, any concern whatsoever, LAKELAND TO HAVE 4 4DEMOCRATIC

day, September 20. 1932 with the rebuilding of a large riverfront OFFICERS ELECTEDBY Annie Laura I officials. he said This state Is solidly Dem- RALLY

feting members present: W. L. warehouse Cigar factories were LOCAL RE!) CROSS i business Misses Brannen The ceremony of cutting the cratlo and will give Roosevelt, -
and Vivian gave
Tucker aDd the
wall, chairman: C. Manning and reported operating on normal of the state ribbon declaring new Sholtz and the balance of the tick Jacksonville, Sept. 21. The ,

N. Sternberg. schedules with alternating shifts At a meeting of the Bradford I reports of the meeting read and :'I open. will be assigned to Governor et the biggest majorities In the opening gun In the Democratic is l "
Tucker explained -
In considering resignation of Mr. engaged. Automobile assembling County Red Cross held last Friday council. Miss for Carlton after which the motorcade history of the party. campaign In Central Florida will r
the ten working points where
J F Colley as a member of the plants, with one exception: operated afternoon at the Woman's Club work. I will proceed to Cedar Key "Howey the Republican candi- be fired at Lakeland, September f

.elt' cuncl, same having been filed on a normal schedule A steady the following officers were elected the coming years hour the presidentMiss there will be fish In great plentyfor date., will be smothered under the 23 and 24 when party leaders gather il
At the noon Brief talks.Mayor .
who attend.
a Meeting September litn, and increase was noted In export and to serve during the next year: I assistedby Democratic avalanche along with there for a rally of the Democratic ,
was ,
Carnlta Barry I Lewis said hut night, will
not being reconsidered a motion Import shipment, which afforded Chairman, Mrs. N. D. .Waln Hoover and the rest of the Republican host In that section of the t
In avery
laborers Mrs. C. the 4-H Club girls serving I be on the Cedar Key program Just 1
"u additional Vice-chairman.
duly made and carried that employment for wright; A.j and delicious nominee The people are state. fi
the said resignation be accepted. Many clerical and office workers Futch; Secretary, Mrs. O. P. Raymond of fried prior to the fish fry. tired of the Hoover Republican depression Dave Sholtz, Democratic nominee '
consisting i
luncheon of state highwayNo.
CIty Attorney A. S. Crew was secured temporary or permanent ; Treasurer Mrs. Frank That section and are going to effect a for governor, wiU be the principal .
creamed potatoes, Englishpeas
the month. A Hoover Chairman of local relief. chicken 13, on which the rock base November." second of 1
IUthorized to confer with the work during ; bread and butter; for change In speaker on. the day
Printer relative to fish plant reopened at Fernandina Mrs. W. F. Jones; Chairman of pickles drink. has been laid and thrown open Dr. Hathaway declared that the the gathering. '
reading proof cake and a fruit southwestward fromElIzeY'
of the new city code. giving employment to 80 workers.A disaster relief, F. F. Stump. Other afternoon- Miss Jordan use extends to campaign as organized and being As a prelude to the rally, the
In the below otter Creek
The> lumber establishment remained committees will be appointed at a just conducted by the State Democratic Polk County Democratic :Execu ,
report of the clerk tr...- large explained the way of keeping the Rosewood where it Joins the present
seer and tax collector for month closed at Palatka affecting later meeting. projects record books and to Chlefland hipwaY' Executive Committee will bring tive Committee together with the ,
Cedar Key
creosoting the membersto many Democratic vote. "And committee
A large It was decided by out the Democratic congressional
was and COO the record -
approved ordereAlIlled the Importance of having Vie of this direct route It
mill and a retort plant were closed accept the use of the ban of- once at the polls\ he added. Democrats will meet September 23. Invitations t
to standard distance between '
B.2?* council adjourned to the temporarily for renovation work. fered by the Ladies Auxiliary to Misses books Geneva up Hllllary, ,MarieTh.le .Is said,Gainesville reduces the and Cedar Key will vote the entire Demo- have been extended to all 1I,' j

regular Approximately 200 men will re- the American Legion for sewing on cratic ticket That ls all there Is state executive committeemen )
meeting. and Basic Sapp were ap-
D5 miles.
ceive employment in the crate, the Government cotton. Mrs. W. F. Council Recreational from 87 to to It, Hoover and Howey to the precinct committeemen and all others '
GASOLINE CONSUMPTION basket, and excelsior mills scheduled Jones was appointed to have pointed leaders Many unfeul and Impor- GREEN" KEPT BUSY contrary, notwithstanding." Interested In the campaign to i ,'abe

to resume) operations the middle charge of this work. were outlined for the Dr. Hathaway said he had tendered present }

dford county used 03,886 pie ) of September. A number of Future meetings of the Red tant work plans of the clubs tand a vote Of COO&'fNIIIII.R. A. Green filled his. services to the state committee The visitors will be, guests,tot ,

: of *Motta* during the month people were engaged In gatheringmoss Cross will be held on the first thanks was given to the girls of I the following speaking engagements ) and was ready to take the honor at a Democratic Victory ball

e 1o( =- & deere... of from the trees for an unemployment Tuesday in each month at the Brooker for this bountiful dinner this. week: Gainesville KI- stump or to serve in any other at the> Cleveland Heights Country

the amount used dug relief work. Railroad Woman's Club at 3 o'clock la the and pleasant spent with wanls Club Wednesday; Jacksonville capacity In which he could be of Club on the evening of September
th'RIDe period of last year. shops In St. Augustine continuedwith afternoon. |, over WJAX Thursday night, service to the party. He concluded 23. i

]Duv, engaged on restricted them. Gainesville Clvitan with the statement that he .Is .
forces o'clock
county led the state with reduced Soldiers' Lo.wtey's 4-H Club Invited the eight ;
A building program a large building at the I Friday. Hawthorne mass supporting the ticket one hundred Lake Worth-W. A. Moitt purchased
schedules. Club
of with them the second
rty1lJnPtiOQ 2.027.836 gallons. of a council to meet 4
and the remodeling I Goodrich tire beret 1r
Included Home cent. agency
Lake City
1py at .
count) came Sa last with under way houses. Saturday In December. meeting Friday night. per y
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: t < 9S N L Telegrup/dVrlter. IVe Community Happenings Ue by Tues. Noorf : i iI I

Y visitors at Mrs. R. L. Lee's Sun,. were visiting Mrs. W. C. Ciemons Ing a while In Jacksonville. Among those -I
attending ;
I and family Saturday and Sunday. Mr. John Barber of the state services at Union chub
day.There GREENWOOD' BROOKER church
i JJre88ingJrarms will be a conference al t Miss Hazel Johns spent Satur farm was a visitor to Starke Sat urday and last Sat.
L Sunday
China Grove church Wednesday, with Mildred Sanders. urday night. : Mr and
day night
; Miss Lul Wilkerson, Cor. Mlaa Gmmolrno Prime, Cor. MlM Yen Goloer, COT Mrs. L. R. Gainey H. P.
night. Everybody invited to at Miss Melba and:: Junior Ciem Miss Essie'' Crawford attendedthe and daughter Vera. Calney
rwr tend. one spent Friday night with Miss dance at Starke and Mre
1 Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Prevatt Bernice Stanley.Mr. Saturday eve Mrs. J. S. Sapp and children,, In spite of the inclement weather R. W. Brannen. and Mrs WUli.m

: y' ning.Miss were visiting her mother, Mrs. J. the Brooker P.-T. A. held its Brannen.
and son, Rudolph were and Mrs. Harley Keene and Thelma Rhoden spent Wednesday R. W.
S. Rosier Sunday.Mr. regular monthly meeting the Brannen was
her father and mother Sunday af children of DeLeon are attending to
} Springs night with Mrs. Cora Jones
r LITTLE SPRINGS and Mrs. C. A. Pringle and afternoon of Wednesday, Sept. "14. business in Starke Saturday
,, ternoon. upending a few days here with Misses Hilda Forsyth, East I
r children attended the Primitive Before the business Interesting A. Futch of Starke
meeting, an
i Mrs. J. :33.: Knight was visiting Willie Mae Newsome, Cor. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Kersey. Crawford Thelma Rhoden and Mr. to was attending t-
Baptist church at Wateroak Sun was here
program given by
:Mrs. Victoria Monds Sunday after Mrs. Linoie Carrol and children Melvin Crawford and Clarence I Mr. Monday
and Mrs.
the school children Lewis
all grades being Shriver
noon. were the dinner guests of Mrs. Moore all attended church Saturday day.Misses who
4 Knight spent Sun Rev. C. A. Crosby preached al t Janie and Mildred Sapp represented. Plans were made have been spending; some tlie In
all 1t"s Miss Myrtle W. C. Clemons Sunday. at Saxton.Mr. .
with Miss Lula Wllker Heilbronn Saturday night and Sun. Sat. spent Sunday with Misses Elnora, for a play to be put on by the P.- Jacksonville, have returned to their
day night Miss Josephine Green spent and Mrs. Moore
4 Y- Ola and Lois Futch Sunday.Mr. T. A. at an early date.. The banner home here.

i son Monds Mrs. day.Mr.. and Mrs. Owen Carter and urday night and Sunday with to St. Augustine Sunday Richard Lane spent the for highest percentage of parents Mrs. William Brannen of Lake
and Mrs. Henry Green.
Mr. Misses Pauline and Lorene after a visit here with his parents,
Johnnie Cowart of Little Springs week-end in Maxvllle with his fam present was this time won by Butler, I Is spending a few days
L L tt I Ida Luke, Mr. Andrew Harvey, Union church held its annual Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Moore. here
MIss Lula went to Jacksonville Friday after Mrs. Myers' room, grades three with her son, R. W. Brannen
Wllkerson and Sunday, ily.Mr.
Harry meetings Mr. Leo Hill of Lake Geneva
I at noon. W. M. Pringle spent part of and four. Miss Mary Alice Gaboon
Wilkerson all attended church which were attended by a large with his and
spent Saturday night
crowd attend. last week here with his son, Mr. Miss Zell Waitts, members
There was a large .The following is the program of the
Saxton Sunday. crowd. There three preachers, friend Mr. Clarence Moore and attended
of California Ing the baptism at Little Spring C. A. Pringle.Mr. rendered by the school children: school faculty here spent last
!, Mr. Harris Gunter, Elder E. N. Anderson, Mr. W, M. church Sunday at Union.
hl afternoon. C. A. Pringle, J. S. Mathis, week-end in Jacksonville
,. was visiting here Sunday after Sunday Moody and Mr. Lloyd Johns Mr. and Mrs. John Mott and visitors Orange and Blue, song, seventh, friends with
business and
t :Mr. and Mrs. Perry Johns and I W. M. Pringle were relatives.
preached interesting sermons, his mother eighth and ninth grades; Welcome
very family were visiting ,
noon.Mr. dinner guests of Mr., to St. George, Ga., Saturday. Guy Harrel was
Truble and Curtis Griffls family were and were enjoyed by all. Mrs. Mary :Mott Sunday.Miss Song, third and fourth grades; aliening to
Newaome Sunday. Miss Fencle Sapp spent Sunday business in Starke
and Mrs Perry Saturday
pj l were visiting Lloyd Wilkerson ) Idell Clemons was the guestof September, Janie May Quarles; :
Mr. J. C. Sapp and Mr. Harvey with Mrs. A. B. Rosier. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Brown
i7 Vq Sunday afternoon. :MIss Anita Walnwrlght Sunday Primary songs, first grade; High were
1 Edwards were guests of Mr. Pitt Mrs. C. A. Pringle and daugh transacting business in Starke
Mr. Harry Sun.
,; ; Mr. Henry Monds and afternoon. and Low, Teddy Redd; School Activities

j; Wllkerson were visiting Mr. Newsome Saturday afternoon. RISINGRim. Mr. Russell Judd was visiting tare Evelyn and Emmalyne were Leitha Kelley; :My Shadow,I day.Remember
i'' :Miss Willie Mae Newsome was shopping in Starke Saturday.Mr. B. Y. P. U. here
Grlffts and family at Max. : Virginia Crews Guess every
Lacy Miss Lossle Anderson Sunday. ; dialogue,
Y the guest of Mrs. Pearl Carter Saturday II. H. :McHo.. Cor. Cheatham Peele spent. the Sunday night. Everybody invited.
f ville Sunday afternoon. I Mrs. Nettle Starling and Miss ,Jeannette McGauley and Lorena/ to attend.
afternoon. week-end with his cousin, Mr. Sin
:Mr. and Mrs. Henry Monds were Lossle Anderson attended churchat Polk; Tooth Brush Song, second .
:Mr. Pitt Newsome. Owen Car Misses Hazel and Gladys Under clair Moseley.Mr. I __
T tjk il visiting here one day last week. Saxton Sunday night grade; Rainy Days, Clarissa Waters Work underway
Walter O'Qulnn ter, Jim Newsome, J. D. Carter, hill attended the singing conven Sinclair Moseley, Cheatham new state
Mr and Mrs. The Women's Home Demonstration ; Trouble, Pasco Mott;
Miss Willie Mae in Peele and motored to highway between Wauchula
Pearl Carter and tion Jacksonville Sunday.Mr. Kay Pringle and
y and daughter, were visiting her Club;: held its regular monthly Duet, piano, Janie May Quarlesand Zolfo Springs.
church Saturday T. and Jacksonville
Newsome attended and Mrs. K. Stokes Sunday.
mother, Mrs. J. E. Knight last meeting here recently. Miss Pearl Miss A. M. Cahoon; The Organ _
children of Baldwin, visitingat
night. were .
week. Jordan a demonstration on Grinder Muriel Pressly; The
i3 gave Mount Dora
4l Florida
and Crate
Mr. Clyde Morgan H. M. McRae's Sunday. Co.
Mr. Dempsey Knight was visit making several different kind of Modern Mother, Johnnie Ree> Cone;
/, Elvie Edwards attended the dance Mr. and Mrs. J. W McRae and mill started up operations short
ing Mr. Lloyd Wilkerson Sunday : i rugs and how to blend colors in When I was a Baby, Myrtis Crosby time
r night. little of Starke the RAIFORDRed ago.Cocoa
i at Starke Saturday son spent
night. Misses FrankIe Lou Murrhee, week-end here with homefolks.Mr. the home. Odessa Kelley, Estelle Mott, I ____
l Mr. Lloyd Wllkerson was visiting Manse Crosby; Epomlnondas, Lo.
) Kercc, Cor. Bids asked for
Jaunlta Johns, Seeber Forsyth A. L. Barnes is building a neW'lease
his sIster, Mrs. Polly Prevatt rena Polk; "We Are the Boys from
and March all this L. on building to serve as future
; Elsie Rhoden Mrs. chimney week for Mr. Q. Old "
4 Sunday. Florida, song, seventh, eighth
y attended church at Mr. T. J. Sapp in Vanderbilt section IIIGIILAND Miss Lucy Bell McDonald of and ninth grades.Mr. quarters for postofflce for five or

f _ _ _ Moore's Saturday/ night Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Lewis spent I Williston, is spending a week here ten years.
Miss Elvie Edwards spent Sunday Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mrs. Frank Blown, Cor. as the guest of her parents, Mr.
HAMPTON night with her sister and Drtggers In Pine Level section. and Mrs. J. B. McDonald.Dr. and Mrs. M. P. Mathenywere Mineral City 18-ho golf

I brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Tate We are sorry to report that Mr. Mack and J. B. Kite of Lake attending to business in course at Ponte Verda, this city,
Mltm Nlramo. Cor. section.DOUBLE Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Moseley and afternoon Starke Saturday. opened to play.
Alvarez of Rising Henry Norman is ill and hope he Butler were here last Friday
-- W. E."Converse and son, Johnny, :
will soon be well again. on business. .
:; The many friends of Miss Ger- :Mr. and Mrs. Lester Crosby were were business visitors to Jackson Misses Doris and Grace Moore I :r.;,
aldlne Johnson, who had the misfortune visiting relatives in Starke Saturday villa Wednesday.J. and Miss Alimeta Ritch were in -.\.

{," of breaking her arm last RUN and Sunday L. Rafuse made a business Jacksonville Saturday shopping.Rev. '''""r.oi' Li

>>, Sunday, will be pleased to know MlM Boo Brown, Cor. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Jacksonof trip to. H.Jacksonville C. Tuesday.Mrs. Miss Ethel. and Mrs. William Moody of .
that the fracture Is healing nicely. Baldwin, was visiting Mr and Wimberly Lacrosse, were visitors to this

Miss Florrie Belle Blrt, Marvin Mrs. H. M. McRae Sunday eve Ricks and W., M. Wimberly of place Sunday, and attended the A BARGAIN
and Mrs. O. L. Kersey were -COME SEE IT
Mr. Starke/ attended the funeral services
all of Ala- Heilbronn
Burt and Andry Sparks, Primitive meeting at
visiting Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Brown ning.Mr. of B. L. Barker at Jacksonville .
friends and
chua county, visited Walter Underhill motoredto Springs.
Sunday afternoon.Mr. I Look. at th... fe. tureti '
relatives here last Sunday.Rev. Jacksonville Sunday. Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Ward of )

j : ,1 Jo Butler of Lake Butler, pas Lacy Futch was the guestif Mrs. E. J. Lewis is visiting her. School closed here Thursday and Lake Butler, were visiting friends ltu kr.hundoomo bury III II!
Miss Millie Judd Saturday night. I triS.
that the teacher
Friday in order long-wowing
tor church here
y of the Christian children at Plant City. here Sunday.
Miss Freda Brown was the guestof Flora take 3. Contor Traction: Safotr
p preached two wonderful sermons Miss Juanita Stokes of Baldwinwas Miss Conoley might Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Brown and I 3. Fat> SupcrtwUt
Inez Kersey Sunday afternoon. examination at Green Card
A} here teachers I Cord _.
last Sunday. visiting Miss Audrey McRae Miss Vera Cole of Midway, were
+ Miss Inez Bryan was the dinner Cove Springs. The lost time will j .. Pull OmnlM In oil dl.
l Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Watterson, Sunday In this place Sunday afternoon. "
..... _.
guest of Willie Mae Johns Sun. be made later in the term. .1
and Mrs. O. L. Harrison, were Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae of up Wlllford Stone of Sanderson, 8. Goooyor. nemo Dad
;t ,business visitors to Jacksonville day. .. Starke spent Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs, Robert C. Barker was visiting Leo DinkIns here Sat hauo-Bg onO. ........u.

this week.D. Mr. Marvin Johnson was a visitor Mr. and Mrs. F. M. White and son, Billy, bf Kelsey City, visited urday and Sunday. Cimnmtowl for Him byworld'
lori.*t rubberpoor. I I q
In this section Sunday.
friends here
B. Nolan, of Macon, Mr. Lester Sponholtz of Wood. Friday. They: Wash Knabb of Macclenny, is I ,
I was a week-end guest Georgla'i Miss Lois Starling was the lawn spent Monday night here were enroute to their home after a I ..spending a few weeks here as the T. Nw In a..,,wo?. I ll
k of Boots Brown Sunday.
guest with relatives in Jackson
visit Nom. itf
Hampton. with Arthur McRae and also attended guest of his son, Paul Knabb and
Mr. Ike Brantley wall the guestof
w Rev. Norris of Lacrosse, was the church here. ville. family. Lifetime Guaranteed

ps$4 t t ', guest of Rev. F. M. Taylor and Slim Brown Sunday afternoon. Quite a number of people of this Mrs. Effle Carter and children, Cecil Sapp of Williston, was visiting

1 ; Mrs. Lavlna Durden last Sunday. Misses Edna and Thelma Bryan and section attended church at Union ;attended the cemetery cleaning at his parents here Sunday, Mr.
t. + Mr. and :Mrs. Leo Wiggins of were Sunday. Long Branch cemetery Saturday.Mrs. and Mrs. G. C. Sapp.

,J y h Jacksonville l visited here several Bill Kersey Sunday. i Mr. and Mrs. Leslie! Libby and I Nelson T. Green and children H. E. Bennett and family of Pa.

I I !J 41u' dayq (his week. Both were formerly Mrs. G. W. Burney of Starke were spent Friday and Sunday latka were here Saturday visiting I

l of our town, and Lonnie :here with relatives. relatives and friends.
E l resident visiting Mr. and Mrs.
have many friends here who are ZIFF Crawford Sunday afternoon.Mr. |I Miss Beth Wimberly returned to Professor R. D. Altman and son, Supertwlst Cord Tires

', '. ,t !,always glad to see them. .l.lMr. and Mrs. Rufus Alvarez and :her home Friday after spending Bobbie, spent the week-end In Car.I As Low

;. l Dr. E. L. Biggs of Starke has I Minn Luis Mae Lewi, ... children of Vanderbilt were visit- several days In Starke with rela- rabelle, as the guests of Mrs. Alt, As EAcn

been a professional visitor here Ing relatives here Sunday after tives. man, who Is teaching there. $330

5 several times this week. L. O. Lewis was visiting Mr. Geo., Wilkinson was transacting Messrs. G. C. Sapp, C. H. Hunter ,, PAIRS

a; Mrs. Carpenter and son, Jackson, and Mrs. I. W. Dyal of Graham noon.Mr.. Robert Norman of Davenport business in Lawtey Saturday. and Lacy Varnes were In Lake. !>, *&. O.

of Palatka, were the guests of Monday and Sunday of this week. is spending a while here with Alvin Moseley Jesse and Everett Butler Monday on business

:Mrs. Carpenter's parents, Mr. and Mr. C. A. Futch of Starke passed I his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Manning made a business J. R. Preer, of Ocala, was a business I .."-IS: .50-JI .75-19 4.7535$3791s383

:Mrs. J. Pursley this week. through our section Monday. I Norman. trip to Waldo Saturday.M. visitor here last Wednesday. ,
1 Miss Elvis Mann spent Sunday' Carter was a business visitor Mr. W. M. Whitten left for St. $450 $457
i t A. A. McDonald and Theodore Remember the revival meeting ; I I I !

Sparkman. of Darlen, spent. the with Miss Cora Padgett. Is going on at Corinth church. Everybody toLawtey Friday. and Augustine Monday where he will i, each ...es. KochS. ..... Iracb ...... Each. ....,.,
week-end wish( friends and rela Mr. Frank Groover and Mr. Ras- welcome to come and Mrs. H. C. Wimberly grand- visit for a while with his son, W. T..... ... Taboos' Tub.oe' ,T1o''". ... IN
: tus Mann spent Sunday afternoonat daughter Miss O'Leeta Green of TUNE
C. Whitten.
tlves here. worship with us. I I.M-I' 5.5535 '.".31 1.U-1I
r Frank Abernathy of Graham, the home of Mr. Howard. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Wiles and Starke, left Saturday morning for Lake City baseball club defeated WedP.M.I.

d was a business visitor here this Mrs. Henry Shaw and sons Mr. Miss S. Crawford, all of Jackson Nichols for a visit with Mr. and. Ralford Sunday afternoon on their i i $472! $480 I $498 SSS9 CoodyelllI.

--i week. and Mrs. Lonnie Mann and chil relatives here Mrs. H. C. Wimberly, Jr. diamond 8.7.Fernandina. 1 Radio

______ 4 dren.'. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd" Pad t ville Sunday, were afternoon.visiting j jHeilbronn The Evangelistic Brotherhood ofJacksonviUe I T.Bacb! ....ages..._ T.Itacb.............. T1o.rxh.1..sgae.aa .Bach............_f. Program

gett and Mr: and Mrs. Halrley .--S-- was represented here Quinn Menhaden:

Varnea and children spent Sunday I Sunday afternoon by Mr. and Mrs. fish plant here opened. Expertly Mounted. Free .
lIARTSBURG-1 with Mr. and Mrs. Tim Mann.M. QuIgley of Starke. ThIS month

I I. W. Dyal was visiting at Springs I Rev. James Strickland will fill TRAIN SCHEDULE REGISTER MOTOR CO. Goodyear

Miss Virginia Brontley c.J:: the home of his brother Mr. T. D. his regular appointment here Sun- Our schedule changes Sunday, built ill

\ _________ ._ _ _ :. Dyal one day this week. MlM ThvlMO. nb.d.a. Cor. day. Everybody Invited to attend.C. May 22nd and trains will run as Phone 103 I 200mllllont1l

,: Mrs. Lena Mae O'Neal was the Mrs. E. Howard of Fairbanks Is D. Marr and Miss Ollte Marr, follows: tin
here this week. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. U. were visiting In this section Mon. Starke, Fla. :
t guest of Miss Virginia Brantley visiting relatives No. 1 Southbound local due I
_ Saturday. Mr. Coleman Padgett was attending Parmenter Saturday and Sunday Starke 10:59
day.Messrs. : p. m. ..,
1 ; Mr. Jordan Brantley was the to business In Starke Sat- Included: Mr. and Mrs. Berry Par James and J. C. Norman No. 11, Southbound'local, due -- .

guest of Mr. Ancel Brown Sunday. urday. menter and family, Mr. and Mrs. spent Sunday with their sister, Starke 9:20: a. m. You'll] never know how

Mrs. Thomas O'Neal was the Miss Ruby Shaw spent Sundayhere ) Johnnie Parmenter, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Geo. Wilkinson. No. 107 Southbound limited, due good ,.

i guest of Mrs. J. S. Andrews Sunday with Miss Lula Mae Lewis. Lacy Davis and mother Mrs. Lisa I Starke 10.27: a. m. a cigar can be until you .

; r afternoon.. Mr. Tim Mann and Mr T D. Davis, all of Jacksonville. 1 1SAXTON No. 2 Northbound local due have smoked

%" 4 Mr. Roy Norman was a visitor Dyal were attending to business In Mr. Dutch Harley and Claude I Starke 6:19: a. m. a 0 ,G,,,,
here afternoon. and Saturday. Rowe and Misses Ola Mae and No. 12
Sunday Jacksonville Friday Northbound local due
Miss Nettie: Ruth Starling of Edna Parmenter attended churchat Starke 3:31: p. m. ,Y s8'
1\11.. Viola. Cor.
Heilbronn was the guest of Virginia Saxton Sunday night. Tyler No. 108 Northbound limited due

S and Ruth Brantley and Kate Misses Gladys Parmenter and Starke 6.01: p. m. #

r and Ola Mae Andrews Sunday. SANDY LANE Ethel Davis left Sunday to spenda Mr. Drey Bryan of Double Run Starke and Wannee 101 leaves SAME

Mr. H. D. Starling was visiting Lorena Green, Cor. few days In Jacksonville with was visiting Mr. H. D. Tyler Mon Starke 7.00: sm.. MORE 09

friends here Sunday. relatives. No. 102 arrives 2:40: p. m.

1 Mrs. Mandy O'Neal was theN _Mra.n_ UlllA____ Johns and___ childrenof un day.Mrs.. Pinkie Thomas and Bob Closing of Mails 'Delightfully MILD '

guest of Virginia BranUey and Ola Miss Bertie Mae Ward spent a Alachua spent Sunday with her Baton attended church Sunday

E Mae Andrews Sunday afternoon.Mr. few days last week with Miss brother, Mr. M. Rhoden and all night.A South /. Lewis Cigar
Mfg. Co. Newark Makers
Buck Starling of Heilbronn Juanita Williams. attended church at Union. large crowd attended the com No. 11, Parcel post Monday N. ,

was the guest of Miss Virginia Misses Hasel Johns of Starke Mr. Littleton Kite spent the munion service and foot wash last Wednesday and Friday, 9:03 a. m. GAINESVILLE CANDY CO., Gainesville Fla. _

Brantley Sunday.Mr. and Mildred Sanders and Juanita week-end In Jacksonville. Thursday night. No. 107 Letters, special deliveryand

Leonard O'Neal was theM Williams, Messrs. Ray Pringle Misses Julia and Frankie Lou Miss Daisy Tyler was visiting special handling parcels, 10:10: ;

guest of Joe Brantley Saturday. Sinclair Moseley and Cheatham Murrhee and JuanIta Johns and Mrs. Bob Waldron Monday after. a. m. Wake Up Your Liver Bile I

S Peele all spent Sunday In Jackson Elsie Rhoden, Mr. Seeber Forsyth North

1 and Owen Rhoden attended the noon.Miss No. 12, Parcel post and-letters,
__ 1 ville.Mr. Jennie Tyler was) the guestof
R. L. demons was the guest dance at Starke Saturday night. Miss Dorothy Swanbom Saturday Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, Calomel II

'_ w DOATDRAINI'lle. of Miss Juanita Williams Sunday Mr. Crow Jones spent Friday morning.Mrs. 3:13: p. m. -Without

night. and Saturday In Jacksonville. No. 108 Letters, special deliveryand
a SIG Cherry HarreD Cor. Lun Starling was the guest
Mrs. Nancy Green is spending a Mr. Lawyer Rhoden and daughter of Mrs. A. C. Sumner Sunday af special handling parcels, 3:40: -II ,-fddue's
.. bOo Ie...___heI".
And Youll
I Jump Oat of Bed
few days with her son,. Mr. E. E. Thelma and Mr. Crow Jones ternoon.Mr. p. m. tile bee'

t'' Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Johns and Green. were business,. visitors to Maxville H. D. Tyler was visiting In Night mails. close at 6:10: p. m.: !. in the Morning Rarin' to Go
children Junior and Elma were Mr. and Mrs. R. Conner were Thursday. o Double Run Saturday. No. 1. due at 10:59: p. m.; No. 2. ? ym .*"*. *!
.. '
lUek.W tort d roarbrethYsite
k dinner guests at Mr. and Mrs. J. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Nor. Mr. L. C. 'demons was a business l. Misses Annie and Eva Bell were due at 8:19: a. m. I U TM feel MOT and sunk and the troBte ort U ...-..* Tow Ndnib.

h D. Bower's and family Sunday. man Sunday afternoon. visitor to Stark Monday.Mr. visiting Missea Viola and Gean Starke *: Bell Branch world looks punk don't swallow a lot: .aid ye bit do..Mo.....TIK 1..*".

? Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gainey and Roy Carter and Herman Woodle Cornelius Moore and Purvis Tyler Saturday. Mail closes 7:00: a. m. el wit. nu-eil water' efl. laxative eroea brace.IItdwstb..eood.HC.aTI.811i1...

baby Katherine, were dinner were visiting Misses JuanIta Williams I Green made a business trip to St. Mr. Buck Starling of Heilbronn, MaU arrives, 2:40: p. m. candy to chawing gum and expect TlJLIvzaPI

')k t 1 guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Lee and Bertie. Mae Ward Thursday Augustine Sunday. and Hugh Andrew. of Hartaburg, Blue Bus Schedule them male you suddenly sweet Jane.ttawtopedldl/.-

and family Sunday. night. Mrs. Maggie Burton returned were visiting In our section Sun Dally effective Jan. 1. 1932. aDd buoyant and full of simihlno. aaolasfr..l7aad..t.7.5f..l"to....P

Miss Cherry Harrell spent Sunday Mrs. P. D. Reddish was the home Sunday from Jacksonvilleand I day. I Northbound 3.03: a. m-, 1:39 p. For they can't do It. They only on.., oootaia ......,.... kmml1Mb -*. .-.-.

} 1 Jimni.Allen.afternoon with her aunt, Mrs. guest of her sister Mr. Leroy is Spending the week with Mrs. Mrs; A. C. Sumner .Is very sick m., 4:C9 p. m., 8:19: p. m. mow the bowels and a mere! move I, ..-we atnMIIror..Jdq .-....who II--

'{ Norman Sunday. Cora ./oaes. at this writing. .W. *. wish her a Southbound< -9:94: a, m*- 13:34.: p. ment doesn't" get at th. cause. The -. the weae family.s.1e.rlahlwerrr'.
4 and Mrs. C. C. Johns was a Mr. Roy Carter was visiting Alice PattM was the !guest speedy recovery. m.. 4:34: p. m-, 12.30: .. m.. afeeteardo.aaadattfeeling .daf.ete

;y1 visitor. at Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Har Baacom Williams Tuesday after of/JoIra. Cora Jones Sunday; after- i Tickets and Information at U year Hr..It should poor' out ewe Uvw._s..a Cr SS.......-.-
: Sunday afternoon. noon. n Ion. Winter Park Improvements Smith's) Service Station,. next to pounds of liquid bile Into your bowel Llttt Ltror F1H r tt. I*.Ub-. >B"Trt" ;.

Mrs. Cal Gllsson and family were :Mrs. Rosa Stanley and<< Berate Miss Dollle Parmenter .la spend- completed at Hamilton Hotel. [ courthouse. desk. I ebs ....811_ OSJIJ.c.l&oc


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Miss Audrey Carlisle and Mlsa SUCCESSFUL GRAR AliI'I< 'I:k,!i\ ,

1iii.: S.JO Tl@TAL Elizabeth Hollingnworth expect to The experimental stage of sow- Mint Ellen ........n. C.r. /,I{, '
visit in Oca In and Silver Springs ing plowed firebreaks with improved o/t c,

Sunday.We range grasses has passed '
We are sorry to report that Mrs) t'(I !
have a clasa of about 27 In says Harry Lee Baker state for
Martha Padgett died Wednesday 1, '
our home room. We all like our ester. It has been proved that It Is
night at nine o'clock after a long
EditorinChiefHOPE Assistants: Essie Sapp Okie Society Editor 11th Grade Bunnle Canova. teachers especially our home room possible to grow carpet grass on Illness. The funeral services were

HAYNES I Hinson, Genevieve Kenly. Lou JOYCE MAST I Marjorie Stump teacher. plowed lines which were created held at the Baptist church, Thursday .
We had a class meeting Wed- primarily for the purpose oT preventing
ise Jackson.
Managing Editor Assistants: Lola Adkins 10th Grade Louise Snyder afternoon at two o'clock with
The following officers for the of fires.
nesday. rapid spread
ELDREDGE ROBINSON Editor Rhoda Zeigler, Carolyn Hut. : 9th Grade, Hazel Lennon Rev L C. Smith officiating. She ,
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the year were elected: These breaks, sown to forage
to, Thelma Priest Kathryn was burled at Santa Fe cemetery ,
Exchange Editor JOHN INMAN Joke Editors Robert not will to "
President Chapman. grasses only serve re- 'i' If,
ABBIE HARLEY Assistants: Lester Schnell. Elena Haynes Prather Jessie Mae Dennison., CLYDE MORGAN Vice President, Audrey Carlisle. tard the spread of fires but will Mr. and Mrs. David Durban of ,'";,", j I
Kitty Uodgsed.I
MARTHA BROWNLEE Assltaat George Arwood, Holcomb Ov- Assistants: Bunnle Canova Secretary and Treasurer. Louise also serve as forage for beef cat Jacksonville, were visiting rela i

Literary Editor erstreet Woodfln Halle, Grat- 1 Class Reporters12th Morris Jackson Ruth Howe-, Snyder. tle.A tives here Saturday. ,fi'; ,f "

LUCILLE EDWARDS ton Cooper. I I Grade, Jennie Dunn Juanita Dukes. Lois Long, demonstration of unusual val Among those who were In {?, 'I N !

.. .. 11TH D CLASS NEWS ue In this reaped conducted by the Starke Saturday from here were: f!' ; i
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locatedon Johnson Smith Leon
Florida Forest Service In ,, I
HEBE: ARE TIlE NEW HOUSE CLEANING DAY We regret to say that S. R. the property of the Loncala I Dryden, R. M. Johnson H. C. Sur- 'J

FOOTBALL RULES YOU'LL SOCIETY I JOKES I Johns has been out of school for Phosphate' Company near Clark : rency Carl Broughton Claude '.

SEE IN EFFECT THIS FALL Joyce Mast Editor (Jennie Dunn, for Social Civics the past week on account of ill- which Is just south of High Starling Mrs. F. W. Reynolds, .

Class.) ness. Hurry up and get well S. R., Springs. A good stand of carpet and Mr and Mrs Riley Griffin.Mr. .

American Boy (H. S. N. S.) It was early spring. The trees John Andrews: "Great Scott! we miss you. grass now exists on a fire-break and Mrs. E. D. Starling and .

You'll see some important Miss Lois Adkins motored to : were putting on their new coat of I've "forgotten who wrote 'Ivanboe" We have two new pupils Melba which la forty feet wide and two children Dorothy Edgar and 1 +

changes )In football this fall as a Gainesville Friday afternoon to : green. Birds were singing every-' Andrew of Leesburg and Sam Al- miles long. Experimental work Is Ralph Grover Rhodes and Misses ", y
result of the adoption of new and have a tooth pulled. Poor girl! ,where. Spring was In the air Glen Wood: "I'll tell you if you varez. now being conducted on the same Gertie Johnson and Audrey Rhodes. ':I

Important rules. Miss Mary Brownlee an ex- Grand-dad sat beside the fireside: tell me who the dickens wrote 'The The B class of the eleventh area with centipede grass, becausethe were the guests of Mr. and )01.... I't,

The "flying: wedge," so popular Bradford High student left for De- smoking his old clay pipe. Calling Tale of Two Cities'." I grade held an election of officers carpet grass clearly indicated 1. M. Johnson Saturday night and i.. u l 'r

In 1631, has been virtually legl.-I Land where she will attend school. the children to him, he said "Girls last Friday. The following were that It thrived better on low damp Sunday. The latter two will remain 'I'''

lated out of existence, Miss Martha Brownlee had as anc] boys tomorrow is cleanup day. Mr. Gray: Do you know what I elected: locations than on the high dry for a two week's visit at the I/I ,
her guests Sunday afternoon Billy your one great defect IsT sites. home of ... ,
American Boy Magazine in Its Everyone has a duty to perform President. A. E. Wall. Mr and M. Johnson. '
Glbba and William O'Neil from Stanley B.: I simply can't think. '
Vice President Glenn Wood. The planted flre-breaka will un- Willis
September issue. The receivingteam tomorrow. Now I want each one Allen of Mounteocha was
Gainesville. Professor Gray: Right, but Ididn't Secretary and Treasurer Eld- doubtedly serve eventually to accelerate -
must have five men Within to be a sport like your granddad In Graham Sunday.
Bradford High graduates enter- think you'd acknowledge it.SIXTH iI11t11.Endil11AgeR1l
Interest In cattle
redge Robinson raising
19 yards of the kickoff line until was on cleanup day. Tomorrow Is .. f
this fall are: Misses i-. --
Ing college Bonnie Canova. as a joint business with timber
Newspaper Reporter pro
the kick. This fall a team may known all over the world as "Clean
Evelyn Stump Beverly Cady, Miriam GRADE
kick off with a drop-kick Insteadof Up Day" which does not mean duction. Recent past experiencesof I
a place-kick, if it wishes. Also Jacobs Hazel Adklns Alice only to clean up the house but to the Florida Forest Service have a ,
Fernandez and Mary Canova. Theyare We are down to real study now.
TilE PRINCIPAL SAYS: proved that flre-breaka are absolutely -
the receiving team may make a destroy all breeding places of mos l'
attending Florida State College Everyone of us wants to get as essential for controlling E Eqs
fair catch without interferenceunder quitoes flies and germs. Now chU-
for Women. Messrs. Herbert many A's on report cards as : s sI
1. ahead of the forest fires. Under ordinary conditions
the old rules the kickingteam dren hurry to bed and get a good Keep game (
could try to catch the ball Stephens Ralph Cox Milton night's sleep. possible this year. 2. See how much you can do- the breaks constitute a loss I i,
'Brownlee. Jr., Merrill Futch Jas. Our sixth grade is going to be
though the receiver had signaled not how little. In productive acreage and require
even Richard Wainwright William Duncan The next morning everyone was well represented In the Pete and
for a fair catch. I 3. School la worth ten dollars annual maintenance. When the
Richard Long, Paul Knight up bright and early ready for theday' Peck radio program Friday and per day to anybody. Are you getting breaks are planted to forage

Flying blocks tackles are out. Lester Price Robinson and Billy work. Each one had his Saturday night at the school audi- your share of Its benefits T grasses however, they not only retard .
The tackler or blocker may leave particular job down to Little Mae. i
Universityof torlum.
Graham are atendlng 4. Get busy or get out. the spread of fires but also
his feet only at the instant he She was to keep all salesmen and
and Ben sternberg is Lillian Moseley Mary Harriet
Florida "When the blossom is blighted the utilize Idle lands, permit more
makes contact. Marlon Institute. agents from the house. Bishop Jeanne Bowler, Betty
entering fruit will fall Intensive grazing and require only
Formerly a player couldn't return Miss Ruth Rowe attended a dinner Soon everyone was singing and Kruse, Lorraine Hatrman and "The sin will be searched out no low maintenance costs. ,

In the same half in which he' party at the George Washington working like happy boys and glrla Shirley Geary will take part In matter how small, 4)) > +
withdrawn. The substitutions rubbing In... No 'long
was new No
Hotel Sunday night. Sometimes the work became difficult the program.We "So what you're ashamed to do messy
rule provides that a player Misses Hope Haynes Dot Ritch, but they went on with a hope Pansy Cone will be -don.t do at all. WINTER COVER CROPS drawn out tre tment,. From the First '

taken out may return once in any Kitty Hogsed Kathryn Haynes and smile. well soon so she can come back to Leon A. Gray Principal. ARE FOUND PROFITABLE. ) instant you use It, a new beauty Is

following period.You Lois Adkins visited S. R. Johns At ten o'clock grand-dad rang school. yours. A soft.. Alluring.. 'Ivory
won't see crawling with the been ill. Farmers in North Florida have toned complexion that t reflects: ) n r'' x
Sunday as he has very the large bell. This bell reminded LITERARY NEWS
ball. A new rule provides that -SLOW each one that he had fifteen minutes -I EIGHTH GRADE found that Is the growing winter Beauty and Dignity. Begin to.d yJORIENTAL t ;
cover crops a profitable under.
when any part of the ball carrier '
his FIRST E CLASS to do as he pleased. During Lawtey has a new bus. It Is taking. Cover crops furnish the
touches the ground (except There is In the science
served ice on display
this time
bands or feet) the ball at once grand-dad reported to be 20' feet long: and best and cheapest of fertilizers in
this week beautiful brown
a }
becomes dead. Chart class. has 57 pupils en- cream and cake. room thus provides more room for the the form of "green manure" e
and beetle about Inch and
All seats are Aa the fifteen minutes gray an school children It. CREAM
not rolled this year. soon as on Austrian winter peas and hairy
On defense a player may I with antennae at least
strike an opponent on the head, filled and no more will be admitted I were up each went back to his quarter long The school days divided Into six vetch have been found to be profItable GOUAAUDWh. *
with fore- until January and then only those work. Dusting and scrubbing and three times the length of the body. periods of 50 minutes each Instead cover crops to grow In the .....FI.h WMct 1, 'tI
neck or face hand wrist that .
Mrs. Perkins explained to us l s"ad.
the who become six years old before polishing were now given over to of the former seven periods of 45 fall. The yield of corn following
arm or elbow. He may use : 5/M
this waa'a which KM for TRIAL
bug Coleoptera, Send
first. the older ones. The twins who minutes each. The large study hall
palms of the hand only to ward off February cover crops has been foundto
Greek to
or push a defensive player in orderto This room has over four dozen were four years old had the pleasure was of course us" The la no longer a confusion of noise. : be greatly increased. I'.NSon..wYedov
precious little pupils who are anxious of watching and doing all the made us feel quite "buggy. There is a ten minute' recess Cover seed are planted In
get at the ball or the man car- larvae bores in the wood of the crop
It.Hard. to learn and make friends. small errands they could. Some every morning for the entire high October after a good rain. About
rying equipment must be ade- About fifteen of these little ones times they ran so fast carrying pine making a hole about one-half school grades. 23 pounds of hairy vetch per acre R
The state \VORCED
quately padded in order to mini are especially good In recognizingwords articles to big slater that they inch In pupa Mr. Gray has been successfully la recommended and 35 pounds ot t
Is in this burrow. It sometimes -
mize the chance of injury. Hard and letters on the chart would get their feet tangled up passed attempting to eliminate all noiseIn peas. The land la given about 400 NERVES
does to trees. ,
knee-or elbow pads are forbidden. so they will be promoted in October and would not know which way The great damage to this the hall during recess and noon pounds of basic slap or auperphos 1I

Watch the man, not the ball is : to a primer class which will their feet wanted to carry them. common name applied hour. phate per acre before the seed are I,
the magazine's advise to the apec- still be taught by MIllS Olive Ray. The colored boys had to burn and particular Coleoptera is the saw.yer. It is noticeable that the study planted. The seed are Innoculatedand
for fish
often used I
tator. On a punt watch the line' destroy all breeding places of They are hall floor is no longer a waste pa- sown Immediately. The land i IsI
bait. their tribe Increase
protect the kicker. Follow the ends FIFTH GRADE germs. May per basket. The paper Is being de- I then disked, or flat broken and the

down the field-see them "bracket"the Gee would twelve o'clock never FRESHMAN CLASS posited in a regular paper box. seed covered 3 to B inches deep.

receiver so that he can't skirt We are beginning to really study come? Yes after each one had Few still Insist on dropping their Seed Innoculatlon Is done by;

them and shoot down the sidelines. now as everyone in the room wantsto given up all hopes the bell rang. The freshman class had a meeting waste paper on the floors. spreading them out and pouring h ,

On a pass, watch the men eligibleto make high grades this term. We I before you could say "scat" the Friday afternoon at three i over them a mixture of 2 parts & I

receive It., Observe the way are also trying to make our room i dining room was filled with hungry o'clock at which officers were syrup and 1 part water, stir and

they uncover themselves. Try to more attractive by the use of pictures -I mouths waiting to be served. elected: GARDEN CITY the culture poured on and again

guess the next play. Usually in and flowers. I When the clock struck three the President Willie Judge. I stir and then add enough soil to
The 25th of this month (Is a "Red Mlsn Lola Starling, Cor.
his own territory a quarterback I work was to be continued. Granddad Vice President Paul Raymond. take up the stickiness.
will play safe but look for fire- Letter Day." for one of our classmates a jolly fellow decided to playa News Reporter Hazel Lennon. I Soil from a field where a cover

works when he gets the ball past Jean Davis it la her trick on the workers. Insteadof They will hold another meetingIn Mr. Lacy Thornton was a visitorIn 1 crop was grown the previous year

the middle zone. tenth birthday. waiting until three o'clock he the near future to decide on Raiford Sunday. Is preferable as It contains the

Watch men not the balL That'sthe rang the bell at two. No one knew class colors and class flower. The Mrs. Emma Dlckemon was the nitrogen farming bacteria. The

only way to see a game, and gram which will be sponsored by the difference or gave it the least freshman class Is looking forward guest of Mrs. Tom Waters Thurs Innoculatlon may be obtained thru

see it whole. the athletic department of the thought. tOo making this the moat enjoyable county agents or the Agricultural UP TO your ears In work,. F N,

school. That afternoon at four o'clock that they have had. day.Mr.. Earl Johns of Double Run Experiment Station at Gainesville every are at high tension.
year No wonder
PETE AND PECK. RADIO We assure you that you will enjoy grand-dad went over all the workto -- called on Miss Lola Starling Sat- We are calling your attention and bark at you the snap children.at the wife

STARS AT 111011 SCHOOL their program because they see that there was not a speckof Last week the lower grades were urday afternoon.Mr. 1 to these cover crops inasmuch as Watch oat! Overworked 1:4: ; n

-- make them interesting as well as dust In sight. After he had inspected given blood teats to determine Brady Collins was the guestof ,we felt that all farmers would be ..

The student body of B. H. S.. is entertaining all ages. Those who the Inside and outside of whether or not there are any pupils Miss Della Lee Thomas Thurs- i Interested In building up the soil ness,. Nor*. '

looking forward to the coming of do not have a radio In their home, the house and territory around with malaria germs in their day night. during the winter and Increasingthe mm of

"Pete and Peck" the popular radio and have not heard these entertainers the house he rang the belL blood.> The work was carried on Mr. Bob Batten and Mrs. Pinkie yield of corn or other crops other unpleasant' disturbance I l

entertainers who will appear In the on the air be sure to come At the supper table that night, by Mr. Griffiths and Mr. Trum- Thomas attended church at Saxton to be planted next spring. Why: you try Dr. Milea n

auditorium of our high school Friday out either Friday or Saturday grand-dad told the children about bul under the direction of Dr. Mor- Thursday night. Aa stated In the outset this can Effervescent.Jut. in Nervta half Tablets atwater f )4 +
one a ClaM
and Saturday nights. Jack night to hear and see "Pete and the joke he had played on them. gan from the Florida State Boardof Mr. Film Starling called on Bessie be done more cheaply with cover makea a pleasant W'

Dew will also assist in this pro- I Peck" in person. Then said "Tomorrow night at Health at Jacksonville No report Mae Thomas Thursday night. crops than any other way. Ring drink delightfully soot })ta''

-- > has been made yet as to the Miss Lois Starling was the guestof I to over-taxed nerves. w

SCHOOL per cent of pupils with malaria in Boots Brown Sunday afternoon. Sarasota-Riveting and etructural Dr. Miles' Nervine .la now
I By the blood. t steel framework underwayon wade In two forns--Llqntt and 'I'1i

Palmetto-County jail quarters $80,000/ building being erected >Kfferreaeent Tablet. Both bans. 1 I +

REPORT OF JUNIOR CLASS repainted. here by S. H. KreBs &.. Co. the same soothing effect f'h
_.,-- ".00 at yomr drag storeNERVINE If ,;
", The Junior Class held a meetingIn O-r-p."fl\II" \ !! l I
And the Worst is Yet Come IR
Mrs., September Carpenter's 4th.room Wednesday to -- JP 'zflC1! '11.-r l

The following officers were elect. I (? '
ed: I .
Frow Strickland President. TAaa-eT5: i
Martha Brownlee; Vice Presi- i

dent.Gratton ,CIr M'., ,, ,,, ... _9 !/

Cooper, Secretary and p
te'a Sake.,, I K"" Treasurer. l
;; ; /
1'D o FdDG.( GIT 'fIJ tlMIl. Marjorie Stump, Class Reporter ATLAS

tibU NAD P#( ASi, uT tttoM'aooOST The Junior, class girls will sell r

; HWewocDPoANe, oNt:. i4estRY l s 'i:1UeleR.evel1: sandwiches during the recess per-
ikcsttri Too NeAiy tP 'T flGof lod to make money for the JuniorS The
:u five roa iDAi Standard OH
i- 1 CANT CMtT t GIT t4G A LITTLe PEAMV.MAtv3 nlor banquet.
MY MwO- IT MAVGf'+v0TgKG ii
op AN ASW' Tire' Guaranteed
) 5G1E- BuT SENIOR NEWSAt i, rlfd
r "MII ,
FItO 3 61T YouN
One Year
last the Senior Class has settled ? hNNN

down for another eight monthsof

4t school. Since we are Seniorswe .SNSN.Fngilaife.
el( _
have a great deal to do duringour

4e Senior year. h} ; .
Tho Senior ring la causing a

great deal of excitement for ua.

We are hoping that we shall havea

) :' hundred per cent' In the buying the three year guar-

I : I of the rings or plM'this year. If

1 anyone of the Seniors wishes to anted electric refrigerator % '! la

i 1 : ( I purchase a ring or 'pen please give :''tf
your name to Clyde Morgan the t

girl who baa charge of them.

Another thing that I* causing a

great deal of excitement Is our For sale by
class flower. We are not sure yet Ia

what kind of flower It shall be.

Some suggest we have a flower w1.

representing the depression. Other Smith'se

wished one representing pros

perity. Any suggestions the Seniors
have for the flower aee the %

I WIL faculty. Station

6:30: Unci. Joe has Invited allot

L Clue t"\AIo\ ( __ us to attend a jolly Clean Up .11.f| a/aiJhng-f* M q Starke, Fla.J1tID.'Y' .., '

Party.- _. .
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-- H CEMETERY WORKING half lIghtwood. Cbmmissloaers-;;:
I serve right to reject .
I FAVORITE RECIPES II b There will be a cemetery work. Wood, to be 20 inches any or all tidy:

fSocietyJ HEALTH i* ale HOMEr ing at Beulah church In Clay; county green pine,,and split dry or long SPlit:
Saturday September 24th. All ed llghtwood. Please bid
I l' + Lemon Pie With Graham Crocket! -- Studies for 'Wives who are Interested are requestedto or by cord figuring three by stran'
I Crust come and assist In this work. for cord. Wood to be Itrana!!
n 1 of dime brank milk t. and aPtlothers .
can Juiceof I OK'd by W W. Balsden.rtaa: <1
BAPTIST it'. M. S. TO MR. AND MRS. SINCLAIR one lemon, 3 egg yolks (white I I IL Brooksville George MaUls op O. W. I
MEET MONDAY AT nOME TO PLEDGES for meringue). 1 box Graham L By Dr. ERNEST H. LINES ened grocery store and meat market Alderman Clerk. '
OF TIIETA CHI FRATERNITY crackers, butter. Enlwnc AMhoHn mid Chief Medici DlracttrNew in building on Kant Broad "
Iminmc CITY
Yrfc Lit Company
: The Baptist W. M. S. will hold Beat egg yolks well, add milk street. Plant to-
s their business and program meetIng Honoring the pledges of th,e'I and lemon Juice. Butter pie plate t '. City, Florida

'"k' :Monday afternoon at 3:30: Theta Chi fraternity, Mr. and Mrs I. thick and cover with the Graham CARE OF THE BABY Haines-W. T. Crawford erectIng Beet Can Supply You
o'clock at the church. There will crackers which have been thoroughly j World Beater PPDer
Robert Sinclair entertained at (L brick store building on Sixth
T>RFAST: fed babies have the bert chance to survive. The fir t of
year WJSO !lb.
be election of officers and all members pulverized, put tn filling,
k : smoker Thursday evening at theii r street near Jones avenue.
: *-* lifg if the most critical ono and< for every; breast fed baby that dies ii the New Crop Giant
Y k are urged to be present. cover with meringue ((3 egg whitest I String Bean
< attractive home in Hibiscus Park i
.I first yew, three or four bottlo fed ones die. The beat life insurance for a bby &7S bu.
S beaten sun with 3 ol
Tables were arranged in th< tablespoons is for it to be unrUr the care of a competent baby doctor The money spent Jacksonville Andrew Jackson Write for
CIRCLE, ENTERTAINED and cut flow-, sugar added). Put In oven and visit Salon, 2822 Main street, at prices other seed and
_. _.. spacious: living room in a once.week to tbe doctor in Beauty save
ers in the fraternity colors wen, brown. I the first few months and later once a Pasteurization/ ) only guarantees the 19th street opened. money
Mlases Edna and Carrie Hutto Mrs. Boyd Holloway. purity of the milk up to the time it .
y vI used in decoration.Cards month is much less than is spent at .... -
the Woodmen Degree leaves the It 1> "UJ "'
entertained plant. -
were enjoyed during th one time if the baby becomes ill. pasteurisation Fort Lauderdale Bids to be _
S&& Staff sewing circle last Wednesday early part of the evening and late er White Cake Moreover too often tbe baby that is must be kept cool before delivery to opened September 30th for dredg Say it with Flower
The room where the guests the pledges were given instructions 1-3 cup butter or Crisco, 1 cup sick .when the doctor is called is the home and in the home oust ing East Coast Canal between Miami -
sewed was decorated with cut as to what was expected of then sugar, 2-3 cup milk, 1 teaspoon I already so low in vitality that it receive the same care and attention.It and this town. *MMB Mn"MC4B* mtBB*BBj l BM| |> ........
( flowers and ferns. The evening as fraternity men and what Theta vanilla, 2 cups flour, 2 teaspoonsof succumbs to ,orne slight ailment should be kept in the coolest placein
Wall spent In making Yo-Yo's for Chi stands for. baking powder, 2 egg whites I which a well-fed sturdy baby docs the house, preferably in an ice-box HavanaRoad through this Flowers For All

a quilt which, when finished, will be Officers of the local chapter are, stiffly beaten. f I I not contract at an.I and covered. place being hard-surfaced. OccasionsGERTRUDE
?t sold for the degree staff expense Russell Crofton president; Robert: Cream butter until soft. Add the I The beet guides to baby's well- The beet way i is to mix all the milk

for tbe state convention. At the Sinclair, vice-president; George; the sugar and beat until: creamy. being are weight and its own actions. for the day in the morning accordingto Chipley'_ Camp Hardware Co., **MMMnMIIIMMMVIM** ..". -0 BB>ftCj
k close of the evening the hostesses Wentworth, secretary; Ray Camp,, Add the milk, vanilla, flour and : A baby should< double its weight in the formula in use. This I may then moved to new location.
,} nerved a tempting sweet course to treasurer. baking powder. Beat 3 minutes. six:months and triple it in a year If be divided in separate bottles, stop GODBEYANDERSON
? about sixteen members present. Pledges enjoying this delightful I Fold In the egg whites and pour ; it gains steadily, looks happy and pered and put on ice till needed It Worth Mrs Gus
-- into 3 cake which have acts it there need to may be heated lust before use. No
layer I
pans is no worry.
affair Cawthon, 0thWar" I and soda
were: Dudley Reigel opened grocery
BAPTIST W. M. U. milk should be kept over till the next Phone 39
y MEETING Hall Williamson, Tom Price, been fitted with wax paper. Bake If it is necessary for a baby to be day. Dry whole milk be used ut fountain at 225 South Dixie. Waldo, Fla I
n J. Owen McAllon, Dale Cone, Lea: for 20 minutes In moderate! oven. artificially fed it should undoubtedly emergencies, i.e., when traveling. __
Marshall, Charlie Chapman, Tom Mrs. C. D. Shank. be seen regularly by a pediatrician, Stuart B. Minshke moved
A meeting of Circle No. Threeof VIcIlvatne, A. T. Carter, Lester S that is, a. specialist in diseases of furniture business to Krueger
the Baptist W. M. U. was held CARD OF THANKS
children. Cow's milk has to be QUESTIONS.
Robinson, William Demeritt, Chas. building., izz
at the home of Mrs W. L. Wall
Holloway, Theodore Brevard, Chas modified to conform to various formulae All wives and mothers should
last Thursday afternoon. After a lead, Robert McMullen, Guss Mo- We wish to extend to our many -all intended to change the be able to answer these questions: Tallahassee Bids called for
Y'4 1' : short program the remainder ofthe Griff, Emmett McGrlff.-Gainesville Friends and to Drs. Middleton and constituents of .a cow's milk approximately S. What is most critical periodin construction of addition to city
afternoon was spent In sewing. our sincerest appreciation to the life
Sun, Sept. 17th. Chappell sam strength as baby's ? X. What are hall.
fir' a Plans were made for a bazaar to ., -- for their kindness and assistance mother's milk. Only.doctor can do beet guides to baby's health? ,
k b* held at Chrlotmas time. Refreshments In the recent llnness and this accurately and Judge when the :3. How should milk be kept bees
b, s were served to the following W. M. 8. WILL SOLICIT death of our beloved wife and baby's stomach is ready to be given after delivery to your home? Veto: Beach New cross-state
NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS which links Central FlorIda -
women: Mrs. C. A. Knight, mother; and for the beautiful flor-I heavier food.. ,
(C.im>l......M T.L.L O.J with this city and Atlantic TRAOa MARE ill i
J Mrs. Lois Long, Mrs. J. L. Silcox, al tributes. j One other fact regarding cow's .
Mrs. Clark Mrs. Ray Newsome, The women of the Methodist (Signed) J. H. Poppell J. C. Pop- t milk: not only must it be clean whenit TAG ill On lixth of a ,ttntt of 12 Coast opened.
Mrs., G. P Raymond, Mrs. J. M. Missionary Society have been authorized pell, E. R. Poppell, J. W. Poppell comes into the house but it must artulet on Health in the Home. Thteeenth
i h Brownlee and Mrs. Wm. String- to solicit new subscriptions T. J. Poppell, Mrs. J. J. Colson be kept so until used. Even pasteur will b* on Food for On Family NOTICE TO BIDDERS

f, fellow. to the TELEGRAPH. Mem Miss Ruble Mae Poppell. bed milk needs care in this_ respect. and Dtetfor Young Chtltlrm. For lazy liver: ,etomacTi anti
bers of the society said that they 0 .. M I_ _, ,. j jI Sealed bids will be received for kidneys, biliousness, indigestion

r, PARTY GIVEN were In need of funds, and the coffers FAKMtiRS! SUPPLY MOVES Work OD'state road No. 8 :Millville: ''- Construction progressing court house wood until t MondayIn constipation: ,headache .
of a country weekly can always October when the contract will
tween Sebrlng and Avon Park bC'j I cold. and fever.
kR '- stand a little replenishing so rapidly on Texas Oil Co., be awarded to the lowest and best ,

: a, Miss Louise Kite delightfully entertained arrangements were made wherebywe The Bradford Company County moved last Farmers'aupply week ing rushed to completion. bulk plant. bidder on 16 cords-half green pine lOt and 35
will them a liberal ------------
a group of her friends pay per Into the building formerly occupiedby
cent on all new subscriptions.
With a party Friday
G. H. Bennett on 10th Street.
+1 Various games were played to If the women fail to get in touch
The supply has been LISTEN OUR GUARANTEE
entertain the guests. At the with you, you get In touch' with taken over by Geo. W. Kenly from
Close.) of the evening, a delicious ice them and give them tbe opportunity A. H. Merryday of Palatka. Mr.

'; t, course.. waa served by the hostess. to benefit from your subscrip Kenly says that he is well pleased
,) Those attending' were: Misses tion. ,
with his new location as it Is convenient
3 Frances Hamingway Martlle Hemingway for farmers who come Into
f+: + Geraldine Johns, Louise FIELDS THANKS VOTERS town to ship products at the rail- PLEEZINGFOOD
.n Snyder, Elizabeth Holllngsworth, road station.
and Mildred Hundley. Messrs. I extend sincere thanks and appreciation .

$, Richard Smith, James Holllngs to each and everyone STATE PRISON FARM
worth, Leslie Biggs, Charles Len- who voted for me, or spoke kindly MADE GAME REFUGE
non, William Wooten of Lawtey, I in my behalf, for city clerk, in the -

and John D. Lrnuon of Bladen- i election of Sept. 13. Tallahassee, Sept. 19.-Florida is STORES

boro. ;North Carolina. I J. H. Fields going In for raising quail and turkeys _
;, In a big way.
,Arlington-Plans approved for 'Madison /Date
I T. W Stctfe The State Game and Fresh Water -
; proposed second toll bridge across building, corner Range and Base
Fish Department announced today
i at Johns river, at this place. streets. being remodeled. the 14,000 acre tract comprising SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 23rd & 24th

1 -- .- ._ .. the- State Prison Farm- at Ra.1- ,
r - - ford ;; :I-be used for a game refuge -

and breeding ground.
cA Veritablef rl3eehive" Hunting on the farm has been
.* > abandoned for an indefinite period.

T fw Ideas year About were and 2000 many raised quail of on them the and farm 300 already turkeys this- Plee-Zing Flour, Plee-Zing MILK Mops, IVo.12 - I 15c 5

have been released.
61bs.---, 20c .
-- ---"'--- 15c
u. for tJbf WWHM tuba Brooms
I prr/en f -
hug ttttvH for basic wswr i COUNTY COURT NEXT WEEK 12 lb. ___ ... __... __ ___ 35c 1 tall or 2
I Y ';
a County cour"t" will be held Tues- 24 Ibs.
bm'j tttfatt manlbt. t. M'N __ 66c --
--- ------- -- Small 5c
day, September 27th. About ten --
cases will come up before County Plee-Zing
N ,; fit ry Judge A. Gardiner -
George --


Governor 6lbs; __ __' ___ ._ __ _- __ _, 20c Mealor'Gnts CUP AND SAUCER FREE

Roosevelt 12 Ibs. 38c -
10 Ibs. 15c Cakes 20c
Says 24 Ib*. ___. _ -___ 69c -

A, V

1 4v4 Plee-Zing Coffee, 1 lib. vac. can 31c WASHING POWDE R

: l \ _, 5 Packages -- -- -- ---- ----- lOc
\ b Fresh Ground Coffee 1 lib. bags 15c
I ri "Let u* nave tbe courage to stop] ,
borrowing to meet continuing det'iclte. Plee-Zing
Stop the deflclts. Let uhave .

(( equal courage to reverse the Fender's Mayonnaise, pints ___..,.._ 21c Pancake Flour, 2 packages ________ 15c

i N A and policy Insist of on the a sound Republican currene: leaders,." Pimentoes, 7 oz. .can ________ ._____-'- 9c Honey Boy Syrup, pint bottles ____ ge

y .for Peanut Butter, 1 Ib. Jar ____________ 9C Plee-Zing
i "The only DOpe Improving

present conditions.affording: permanent restoring employmenu relief Sweet Mixed Pickles, 24 oz. Jar-_ 14c GINGER ALE, 25c size ____ ____.._ I5c

,. i iq to the people and cringing Dill Pickles 32 Jar 14c ROOT BEER, 25c size _________ 15cDimeBrankMilkcan
the nation back to It* former prone\! oz. -______ _____

position of domestic happiness ando Tomato Juice, No. 2 can, 3 for 25c '
: --- --- lie I
7 financial. Industrial agricultural I
'v j ). r. Na89I5 class ,;- No8&7 fixaa I and commercial leadership In the I -

wags w.zo I world lies In a drastic Chang In EagleBrandMilkcan20c :

cles.economic" and governmental poll Jelly, Assorted, 16 Jar _____ ___ 9c

n No.8Slo 'i 5c
I aYs.. Guava Jelly 4 1-2 oz. Glass _____ -
There will be many In this na Libb y. Pears, 2 1-2 can ___",_ _____ '19c __

;.I1.44 "It'."..' .1' will lion Implore daring the yon coming not to swap month horses who Calif. Y. C. Peaches, 21.2 can 2 for __25c Fancy Petit Pois Peas, 8 oz. can ____ lOc

t Crossing a stream; there will be I5c

r rIo that others the who will laughingly tell yon Sal Soda 2 1.2 lb. package) _______ 9cPOTATOES, 10 Ibs ________-__--
appeal should have been

I l worded 'do not swap toboggans High Test Lye, can __ __ ______ 9c Cheese, lb. ________________-____ 19c

: /Penue'Jrodcs But while It you seems are to sliding me that down the more hill. SUGAR Choice Cuts Beef Roast, lb. _____ 18c
10 Ibs
i of :: --' truthful the more accurate plea to -- ---- --- --...- __ 45c No. 1 Sliced Breakfast Bacon Ib._ ___ 15c
the people; of the nation should be
this 'If th* old In Smoked Sausage lb. ...._: I5c30c
: car spite of frs Best ---- -----
{'''r i INDIAN HEAD BROADCLOTHS quent emergency repairs has been White Bacon, pound 9c Boiled Ham, Ib. ..-
bumping ------ --------
j along downhill on only
I two cylinders for three long years Hamburger, lb. ---------,.*..,..-- I5cI5c
Everybody loves tin* aewly errived vIVENVKS. And you ban U Is time to get another that
cheal, too, _h.a you ... the bmuu/ul/ mod.1. of INDIAN HtAP II will uphill on all four.'.* Pure Creamery Butter pound 24c Weiner, Ib. ------------------ -

'$ 'lIROA 107IS'a the frtnlcM of am fU puss nd colon. It.fcdoo Pork Ribs, lb.CARRADINE'S .... _'- __ ___ lOc_
!;j, .*; 10... four long .! **.tyln pictured then ut othw W ,'< "That a great fear has swept the

i' 'cnadOGl/ abort deans. model country few, can 'c1 Qbt. Normal
including iiout. la lint 4 10 t
I times lull as Into complacency. we I A. H. GREEN J. W. WHITE & SON

J. &'R. STORE become lay and contented. Then ,

Next Door to Postoffice with jr This. feel the the coming disturbing of"economic band; 'of. stress tr. w.LAWTEY yvtJson( $FLA.>onef, Phone': 86 Starke.; Fla. Phone 62 Starke, Fla.
fear"spreads sf
I ISlarke to' th* eatlr* '
-; We Carry Full Line of Quality
country and with more or less ,Fertilizer- -Also foil line of Quality ,
I unity w* turn to oar common government Seeds at Lowest Prices Seeds at Lowest Pricesr
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'.-nr2',252y2S5SL; u'5252525252! Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson had ARKANSAS BERRY PLANTS FERTILIZER I
as their dinner guests Friday, Mrs NOT READY. BAUER SAYSA
.. W. N. Vanslckel Mr. and :Mrs. T. Bradford
1J 1i 1j 1t t Bits of [ L. Vansickel, and daughter, Lo- letter fr\m.1. A. Bauer, "the nine tons of I
rena, of Gainesville, and Mr. and Strawberry Plant :Man" of Jud- month of '
1i Mrs. W. J. Epperson, Jr, of Jack- sonia, Arkansas, says, "Our plants urea given out 6
1I sonville. will not be ready before the first Bureau of the I
I cal NevOur week in October. It 1st sxt hot in I riculture at
l The Woman's- Missionary So- September they will not carry far. Polk county
ciety of the Methodist church held We have had a real dry summer; a total of .
People Bunnttt and I a business meeting Monday after- the crop now looks fair, but we was 27th la
Concerning ,
must have more rains to make Eleven
noon at the church, with twenty-
Progress of the County and Town. three members in attendance. In anything like normal crops. using. any

the absence of the president, the T period.

........ .. vice-president Mrs. A. Wood pre Apopka Glllen McClure plans
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sneaeav. .: 'ESL'Z: : i.575v 5t5:: :: caca:: :: :: :: : sided over the meeting. Arrange- to erect store building. .\ \! >.'

Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley moored Mr. and Mrs. J. T. cacallItlc.J"1 ments were made to attend a cone
I to Jacksonville Sunday. visitors to meeting at Macclenny on the 28th Pensacola Escambia river The fourth
day. lust. channel to oe improved. east Florida )

J. W. Brownlee Is visiting i a-Tampa and
. Dr.H. S. Woodruff of Sanford. Mrs. D. P. Carpenter Mrs. T. T. IN MEMOIUAM Jacksonville Rogers Store op- played in
r. ened at 326 Main street noon. '
I Long, Miss Madge Mtddleton, Miss -- .
E. M. Johns motored to Hazel Middftton, Miss Lucille Dream Time -
I II SlackaonvlUe Mrs. Tuesday and spent the Mitchell and Miss Flora Belle Jack- (By Angela Dart ) JOHNS !'
son motored to Gainesville Tues- In memory of little James Fred- WHAT EDITORSARE
! 8Y. day afternoon. erick Carnell five 'year old son of I wish to
j Mrs. S. F. Hamrick left Thura- Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Carnell, who SAYING large vote
jI lay for a several days visit in Mr. and Mrs. W. F. SWinyer left died September 22nd, 1931. city election f
jI I : 4 ;
\ Jieville, N. C. Thursday for their home in San "It President Hoover would call
I "In the dusk, when lamps are
Francisco, California, after spend the 8ve-day week a 'noble experi Lake Butler '
! Mrs. O. J' Griffin and Mrs. E. ing three months In Starke with lighted anent' the vagueness with which he open general ;
spent Tuesday In Jack- Mrs. mother Mrs. S. F. When the Fall winds blow chill;
I Biggs Swtnyer"s has handled Us application to the soon. : A
II nvllle. Hamrick. Comes an empty void of yearning
government departments would be
Ii I Which no earthly joy can fill. '
perfect. Instead of saying definitely Mount Dora ,,
i Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Matthews Mr. and Mrs. Earl Middletonand 'yes' or 'no.' the President make Store moved
. pert several days In Daytona daughter, Marjorie Sue, of For 'tis at this time I'm dreamingOf public: a letter to him from O Beach this week.. Jacksonville\ arrived Tuesday and a little lad that fled; nor Thoman 13. Campbell, for the'> Belle Glade '
When the drifting clouds came piling -
will spend a while with Mr. Mlddleton's Council on Personnel Administration planned for .,.
)Irs. L. E. Dowling, Mrs. Mae parents Dr. and Mrs. W. recommending the llvo.day: FEATHERS"I I .. '
ones of Jacksonville, spent Tuesday E. Middleton.Mr. And the Autumn leaves lay dead. week 'la prlnflp'e! ,' but I leaving the .
with Mrs. W. E. Middleton.: flnal decision to department heads.
And he took with him the sunshine, Out where Campbell comes from
Mrs. N. D. Wainwright and son, and :Mrs. L. A. Reynolds of Took the gladness and the Joy; they eaU that 'passing the buck.' "
B. J. Wainwright were visitors in Raleigh N. C., spent the week-end But he left a thing immortal. Washington.. D. C., News (d. ;
Gainesville Monday. with Mrs. E. E, Johns. Mr. Rey- Memories of a little boy. .
nolds returned home Sunday, while
"The Democrats cannot secure
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wainwright Mrs. Reynolds remained for a longer Memories that shine forth like treat gifts from the privilege seeking .
md family are spending two weeks visit with her mother. beacons corporations, because the Democratic PROGRAM \\
Jacksonville Beach. Lighting up our lonely way; party has no privileges to __
Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight In our dreams, he plays about us offer In return for the cash The
Mrs. Geo. H. Lowry. Mrs. L. Wy- who are the owners of this popu- At the close of day. Republican party has been able to I m
man and Margaret Lowry were vis- lar hostelry, have taken over the raise huge campaign funds In the "BIRD OF
Iitors In Jacksonville Thursday. management for the present and Once again we hear his prattleIn ,past by trading tariff! favors to apodal
are having the Interior, remodeledand his fancy, be could weave; Interests In the north and ...t. JOEL \ (' I )
Miss Lolselle Turner returnedfrom redecorated. All the glorious Joy of childhood Prospective campaign contributorsdid
Macclenny Tuesday'' where In the Land of Makebelieve.Once not miss Hoover's defense of the ; I B
\\itt spent several day with friends. Mr. and' Mrs. W. J. Eppersonand HawleySmoot tariff act In his acceptance "
Mrs. Dale Vanslckel motoredto again he kneels before us. : '.peecb,".- lronston. Tex.,
Mrs W. J. Epperson and ,Mrs. Jacksonville Sunday afternoon. And his tired head droops low{ Post (Dem.l, -' 'l't
I Dale Vansickel were visitors in They were accompanied by Mr. While the words of "Now I lay t Loulne
I Gainesville Wednesday. and Mrs. W. J. Eppeison, Jr., who me'Take "Roosevelt's IJo'lb'on'on the

had been. spending several days us back to long ago. power question la one that appealsto Monday Only ( ) ,
Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins here. any candid clttcen.: He believes "
J spent several days in Jacksonville But alast 1 'Tis only dreaming,', that every dollar honestly InvestedIn (A ) ;
I this week. The Epworth League was delightfully Yet there's glory in the dream; utility service should receive an
entertained Friday eve- For we know our boy awaits us honest wags No reasonable person MONDAY
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe of ning by Andrew Taylor, at the Smilingly, beyond Life's Stream." can quarrel with that position. (On ) '
[Tampa, spent Monday night with home of his parents Mr. and Mrs.G. -Parents and Grandparents.Fort Johnstown, PR.. Democrat (Dim ).
I Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley. A. Taylor; After the business I ; ;rr
session games were were enjoyedand Myers Lee County BanK\ ", Roosevelt's utterances show "
Miss Jessie Reddlck.of Jacksonville tempting refreshments were and Trust Co., of this place, to re- I him to be an exponent of sane liberalism .
was the guest Sunday of Mr. served. open. that makes for enlightened
and Mrs. W. H. Green. :
progress with the 7teguards that "STRANGE '
Mrs. J. E. Maine Mrs. T. J. Lake Worth-V. D. Sczymanskl protect the lntere..,'iof capital and << ,
Mrs. 'Alary. Williams! who .has Townsend Mrs.. R. S.. Johns and and son opened Lucerne grocery,on business to the eifefcf tttat they are
i teen the manager of' the Stark Mrs. Dallie Epperson of Lake But- Luverne avenue at K street.ClearwaterImprovements. consonant with tll.'t (erst of the r
Hotel for the past three years. left ler, Dr. A. S. York of St. Peters- body of citizens aitfl wlllt hnraanrlghti. I It
Saturday for Lake Butler. berg. Mrs. Lima Coleman and Mrs.R. to 10-1 I ." CPdnrbunf, Win, Ne*.
A. Oliver of Baldwin attended ,cal harbor under consideration. (ID.). Leesburg Tinsley business block being remodeled. J 'a
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Dew and I the Eastern Star meeting in Starke _._____. a: : -._ t
family of Jacksonville were guests Monday evening. It II
Monday evening of Mr. and Mrs 'F
L. D. Green. I Pledges for the Greek fraternities -
at the University of Florida '
Mrs. E. M. Thomas will leave I were announced last week. Starke
Saturday for Palatka, where she! pledges were: Billy Graham, Kap- I 1 1l
will visit her sister, Mrs. T. E.: pa Sigma; Lester Price Robinson, ,
Strange for a week. Theta Chi; Ralph Cox, Delta Chi;
and Milton Brownlee Alpha
t( Sigma
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. King and Epsilon. '+
kl 1
daughter, Miss Francis King, son, c ie7' ; ,
Gene King of Valdosta Ga.. spent Mrs. L. A. Davis spent Thursdayand :
Sunday in Starke with relatives.Mrs. Friday in Jacksonville Whilein
:Jacksonville Mrs. Davis attendedthe i
J. L. Wilkes and Mrs. Le- meeting of the Advisory Boardof ;
toy Roane of Jacksonville, were the Democratic Committee followed SAVEWITH > ,
guests Monday of their sister, Mrs.: with a luncheon given at the I
A. Z. Adklns. I George Washington Hotel by Mrs.
Dave Sholtz
'Bill, John and Harry Wilson of r. f ,, S.t
Jacksonville spent, the week-end THIS WEEK'S BIRTHS NY r

at Kingsley Lake with Mr. and SIX I CYLINDERS I

Mrs. J. E. Wilson.Dr. ressa Mr,, and girl Mrs.September'A. W. Brown 13.! The- : t K \ i .'

and Mrs. Felix H. Hill of Mr. and Mrs. O. I*. Harris, Max-
Jacksonville, were the guests Friday .I yule girl, September IT.
night of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Warren, .t"
with than six sacrifice ,
Davis. Brooker, boy, September 21. more you economy .t"I

Mr. and Mra. David Lee, Starke, I
Ur and Mrs. W. P. Hurst and boy, September 19. with less than six you sacrifice smoothness
family and Mrs. J. W. Hurst of Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Wainwright W

Jacksonville, spent Monday with Penney Farm; boy, Sept 21.CENT .
*. and Mrs. Roy Edwards.Mr : fd 1
and I YOU'RE careful about the way you Chevrolet economy. It lasts I Especially
Mrs. Roy Edwards, Miss: [ AlOUD
Lucille Edwards and Mrs. E. C.' IF your dollars for a low-priced car.you'll after' 5,000-10,000-15,000 miles, when
George ;
In Jacksonville
with spent relatives.Sunday COLUMN be extra-careful about the way the cost of operating other low-priced cars 4. N lb

count cylinders. Because if count Chevrolet's cost down. Afore
APARTMENT FOR RENT-217 you you goes up, stays

"Bell Mr.Jr.and, and Mrs.Ollla S.Dell T. Dell of GainesVille s T.-' South Thompson street. It* more than six, you're not join j to Act economical to start with Chevrolet is v/u, /"

spent the week-end at their VIOLIN AND SAXOPHONE LESSONS the lowed All-round motoring cost more economic*!.tiUt after long I A

Klngsley Lake cottage.Mr. : -Given by Miss Anita that is saving so many thousands of sagel'r'r ,,
Courtminck. Prices reasonable. Best of all,you Can save with six cylinders
.and Mrs. R. S. Johns of Lake General delivery Starke, Fla. it* dollars for Chevrolet owners every day. and not .Zctitico
Butler, spent Tuesday with Mrs. one Important

Johns'Green parents, Mr.and Mrs. W. H. FOR SALE-A: fine lot of bacon And if you count lea than six:-you won't advancement.. You enjoy Free Wheeling '" i w

and pork bogs. Must- sell at be any better off from a dollars-and-cents Syncro-Mesh gear-shifting, roomy Fisher r
once. F. :M. Crews Highland,
Mrs. James Shepard and daughter -' Florida. It* standpoint. Six is the smallest number of bodies. Considering these fact*-do youhonestly
Miss Cleo Shepard returned .ti 11. --
I home Sunday after a visit of three FOR SALE-Missionary t strawberry cylinders you can have and still get think it's wise-or economicalto '

wonths in Ellijay Ga., with rela- plants, 2.50 per 1,000; cab- Chevrolet's built-in smoothness. And keep that old car any longer?
tiveaMrs. bage plants, 1100 per 1,000. S.
built-in smoothness: saves you money. '
:M. Carnes 4 Son Florahome. CKBVKCUT MOTOR cosrrexr.aarnorrwca,
E.: S. Matthews, Mrs. H. B. Fla. It* It guards against the insidious workings: DIr'" d Omnmtmt Wetor. 'n

*:**Mon Mrs. W. E. Middleton, FOR RENT-Apartment either on of excessive vibration. It holds repair bills
,''J4.rL O. 1. B asley and Miss Hazel first or' second floor. Private SIX 'CYLINDERS z: :::
letcn spent Saturday In Jack- down to rock-bottom. So-if the car is a
bpp1118. bath garage also house for rent.
Mrs. S. F. Hamrick, S. Walnut Chevrolet Six-youll SAVE I

Judge and Mrs.Ceo. A. Gardiner Street. It* AXO OP.F. d l
meat Sunday In with Of Wake- ESPECIALLY AFTER MILES
Hastings CABBAGE PLANTS 5,000
Mfr: hdaughter. Mrs. Z. 3. Roberts fold Succession and Flat Dutch CHEVROLET $445 0. B.FLIIT. [

l i."..,..,. very in. but ill now varieties now ready at J1.5O: per Whaf more Important-you'll keep on ,

"," prOVIng.- 'J.OOO or $1.25: in lots,of 5000 It or* saving. There's nothing temporary about MICH.
A. J. Griffls. .
Jr. 'and' Mrs: Herbert Durden jnor j1 .AII",....t.w ... u..I.MkAI/r.. go.ebr pule.-a1..h.. z-d.",..., pkw and.q b. M. A. Co hre... 0
f tell moved to Monticello to make FOR SALE Missionary strawberry -
r home, where Mr., Durden. will .plants,. 1.000, |3.00: 0,000 -
dCOfln Pmment. Th& were accom1" cabbage plant' 1.000 TORODE CHEVROLET CO. STARKE FLA. $ -
;1rtI1 e4 by HUriet Rltcb who $1.23.! 10,000 $T050 ready now..
spend Vloraboma, Fla. ,
a.vith'thenL &;M Car&ea, ,a. ''-'fl '
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n i FRIDAY; !:

_____u__..__ _..___ _____.. __ .__ _. ..... .. __ ____ ---...-. ... .. -- --- -----_ .. -- ---.-- -- ---. --- --- ---
..... COUNTY AGENTS WILL = -- I[school within the district umg-
STUDY FARM PROBLEMSAT I r HINTS ;; SS5 they first obtain the consent :
I the special district
consent he wrote the !
Weekly from Home Demoaatra-1. attornthe
Gainesville Fla. and I STATE NEWS Polk county board 7JJ!
FARMERS SECTIONConducted County flea Specialist Tallahassee) i LIVE instruction of ,
home demonstration agents from I "might be made 3
I 42 Florida counties will spend! the tingent upon the payment of. j
News of Florida In Short Paragraphs r tlon fee." Consent of tuJ
by Demonstration Agents second week of October studying: JELLY MAKING the count
farm problems with state and federal board of public instruction eta.

dr # ,i I ] extension leaders and research I Pectin, In presence of an would be necessary.SarasotaResidents. .

.. workers, according to an announce- acid, makes jelly jell. Some fruitsas r ..r i -
..--:. ment by Dr. Wllmon Newell, director a citrus, plums, sour and Cat- --- of DeSot

+ BEAUTIFICATION AND HOGS NEED MINERALS of the Florida Agricultural tley guavas,'grapes, loquarts, may- Tallahassee C. N. Hobbs, district Lake Wales The fishing Industry park, about two miles from! tb

,bl, GARDENING RECEIVING AND BALANCED RATION Extension Service. haws, mangoes, and Surinam cher- sanitary engineer for the state represents one of the most center of the city, have fora,,
DESERVED ATTENTION FOR ECONOMICAL GAIN They will be In conference from ries contain pectin and acid In the board of health has advised seafood -I I valuable resources of Florida. Withan their own vigilante committee t
8:30: to 5 o'clock each day to study proper amounts to make perfect lovers In Florida to buy only I Investment of about $10,000,000 check a series of petty robber!

( 'I (By Spuds Johnson.) Gainesville, Fla.-Fattening hogs I the farm and home problems that jelly. With some fruits acids or oysters which have been tagged I and approximately 11,000 persons by night prowlers who have eu
Nature Intended that Florida make more economical( gain if I face the people In their counties pectin may have to be supplied with a state inspection marker. AU employed, it produces from $6,500- ,' screens to gain entrance to mam

should be a beautiful state, and It they are given a balanced feed and to formulate a program for from other fruits. Pectin is most others,. he said, are dangerous. 000 to $20,000,000 annually, which homes during the night The con,
I meeting them. abundant In unripe fruit. I U about: 10 percent of the fish business mlttee has a secret signal
can and will be if the people will and a mineral mixture, accordingto <
4 Three representatives of the Selection of Fruit Tallahassee Checks covering of the United States. I tress which will bring
'f;; give nature a little a lstanu. W. J. Sheely, agent In animal every IDem
With wealth of tropical and subtropical husbandry with the Florida Agricultural Federal Extension Service at Slightly under-ripe should be federal relief funds to provide em- I II I ber on the run, armed with eve
", plants of unmatched Extension Service. Washington will attend the con- used; if too ripe pectin will be ployment have been mailed from West Palm Beach Hollywood sort of weapon. Already seven

f beauty and charm, as well as a The most satisfactory method ference. They are H. M. Dixon, low, and if too green the flavor the governor's office to county relief was selected for the next convention -I robberies have been nipped In th
_ i s r large number of plants suited to of fattening hogs la Florida Is to economist, C. L. Chambers, field and color will be Impaired. Usually committees in 17 counties and of the Florida Congress of bud by a shot on the dark.

,. ly ,'1 the temperate zone; with a humid "hog off" the crops and thus save agent for the South, and Mrs. about one-third under-ripe and the one city, approved in Florida for Parents and Teachers, at a meet- i
Rokhar in home fruit will the the relief the Reconstrutlon of the executive committee Orlando
climate which makes for rapid the labor and expense of gatheringthem Mary specialist rest mature give money by Ing -Ttie average conaiti
"t4 + growth of both annual and perennial he said Pigs running on a economics. K. F. Warner, in best Jelly. Finance Corporation. here. The convention will be held I of Florida crops changed onlji!
4'1 plants, Florida should be a field of corn interplanted with charge of meat investigations with Pectin Test some time next April. The boardof slightly during August t. according
state of natural and artificial peanuts should make satisfactory the U. S. Department of Agriculture To test for pectin pour a table- I Tallahassee Thirty-two negro managers will meet in Jackson- to a report Issued by H. A: Marks!

r; beauty such as la not matched gains without a protein supplementbut will be present to discuss spoonful of wood or denatured alcohol convicts who barricaded themselvesIn ville October 17 to 19, the executive statistician in charge of the U. S i
anywhere else in the United States. they should have access to a home curing of meat and give Into an equal amount of the their sleeping quarters at a committee decided. department of agriculture burp'

r a; The garden clubs of Florida area good mineral mixture. If they meat cutting demonstrations.Other cooked Juice., If strong in pectina prison camp near Hosford and here. Hay crops and pasture hav<
r making some very commendable arc grazing on such crops as! sweet -speakers include C. P. solid gelatinous mass will form, withstood a tear gas attack after Tampa-A check for $15,000, Improved but prospects for coi
efforts towards securing beautifl- potatoes, chufas, or corn alone they Helfenatein, editor'of the Suwan- while If the pectin Is weak it will refusing to work until better food this county's share of first allot- cotton, peanuts and sweet pots
;! i' cation in the state--efforts which should receive a protein supple nee Democrat at Live Oak, representatives collect in flocculent particles. The was served, surrendered last week, ment of federal funds for unem- declined somewhat during t th
t deserve whole hearted commendation ment in addition to the mineral ) from the state depart- pectin will go back Into solution ending a 24-hour strike. ployment relief here, was receivedby month. Reported condition of th
t 'r t and aid. Recently they secured mixture. Mr. Sheely recommended ment of agriculture, State Marketing thus) the test should be noticedat Col. P. O. Murphy, executive citrus crops changed but sllghtll

'i ? the assistance/ of the College flshmeal, or a mixture of two Bureau, and state conference once. Tallahassee-Approximately 18- director of the unemployment relief during the month and remains below
it { of Agriculture in preparing and delivering parts tlshmeal to 1 part cottonseedmeal work will be with state extension Cooking 000 acres of bottom lands at Tam- work for Hlllsborough county. that of a year ago.
e over the radio a series of for the supplement. leaders and workers with Cook Juicy fruits in a small pa Bay and Clearwater Bay were Other allotments are expected from

41 talks on beautification and will Pigs fattened In the dry lot the Florida Experiment Station amount of water while hard firm leased by trustees of the state internal the federal unemployment relief Melbourne-C. L. Davidsonthe c
continue until mid-June, next year, make more profitable gains when The week's program will be in fruits should be covered with wa improvement fund to the funds during the fall and winter. Melbourne Till-Drainage Duj
r"l one each week. They are being they are fed a protein supplement charge of A. P. Spencer, vicedirector ter. Cook until soft, turn Into a Malone-Gillespie Company of Tam- tract is offering two tract of Ian

rr, presented over radio stations and a mineral mixture. Mr. Sheely of the Extension Service, and jelly bag and drain-do not squeezethe pa. The company said It proposedto Homestead With more than as prizes for'the best one-patch o
1"a' e WRUF, WDAE, WQAM, WJAX suggested a ration composed: of 91 Miss Flavia Gleason, state home bag. Many jelly failures are prospect for oil. 300,000 specimens of more than 300 strawberries grown In the dlatricf

;, 4 and WCOA. Most of these stations pounds corn, and 9 pounds flshmeal demonstration agent. caused by the addition of too much separate and distinct species of between November 15 and the fir
." carry the talMs on Wednesday or tankage, or 91 pounds of corn, ,I -- sugar. Fruits high in pectin and' Tallahassee The state game orchids from which to draw, the of next June. The first prize, ]pl't

those over WRUF going on the air 6 pounds of flahmeal, and 3 poundsof I r\ used early in their season are' and fresh water fish departmenthas I: display of those beautiful blooms vlded 10 or"more enter the contest!
at 12:15: each Wednesday. cottonseed meal. Where but about the only ones requiring equal described as "wanton waste at the Florida exotic garden at A will be a 10-acre tract of
Practically every phase of ornamentals termilk or sklmmllk Is available, | parts of sugar. About twothirdsas and destruction of a very Interest- I I Century of Progress Exposition at while the second prize Is to be i
( ', will be covered during 100 pounds of corn and 200 poundsof "Tho Voice ef Florida" !' much sugar Is best for most ing and valuable form of wild life" Chicago next year should be one 5-acre tract. Contestants wh<
1 4 the series, from soils and fertilizers milk make a good ration. Hogs I fruits. Measure the juice and boll the capture of baby alligators in of the most attractive exhibits not grow more than one acre of bctl
''' to transplanting, propagation weighing more than 150 pounds, + rapidly for a few minutes, skim- the Florida Everglades and distribution only of the Florida section but of i ries will be required to select a}
annuals, perennials, shrubs, trees may well be fed'a little more corn.Stressing Gainesville, Fla.-Radio talks ming if necessary. Add the sugar,! of them to boys by a boys' the whole show. the beginning of the season, th
r ; f G Insects and plant diseases, and the value of a mineral' about important Florida farm! stir until dissolved, and cook rapidly magazine. particular acre which they wish t|
t ; roadside The list of problems will be given from WRUF to Insure bright clear product '
1L plantings. mixture for both field or lot fat- a -- Or1.ndo-A test of the constitutionality enter for the contest.Tampa .
c Includes a large numberof at noon each day next week by Orlando-Production
speakers : of Florida
tening, Mr. Sheely told of testsin of the 1931 law prohibiting -
workers In the College of Agriculture which the mineral mixture gave College of Agriculture workers. Jelly Test cotton for the present season was I[ an independent candidate -Opposition to any cfl

:p +' including the experiment 3 20 percent greater gain at a 10 The schedule follows: : To test the jelly, take up a estimated by the local crop report- or a candidate of a party, who did forts toward encouraging FlHptof
t'' w Station and Agricultural Extension percent lower cost. In anothercase Sat., Sept. 24 -Florida Farm small amount of jelly on a spoon ing bureau of the federal depart [not' qualify during the primary, colonization In Hillsborough cousl

Service. it took 24, percent more feed News and Hints. Farm Editorial and allow it to drop from the ment of agriculture at 16,000 bales 'from having his name printed on ty was voiced by a big delegatloif

1, ;l It would be well for all'of us to to make 100 pounds of gain where Snapshots. spoon. If the drops flow togetherand I. or COO pounds gross weight as com- I the ballot In the general election, of Plant City farmers at a meeting)
listen to these talks, and then to the hogs did not get a mineral mix- Mon., Sept 23-The Importanceof sheet from the spoon the jelly pared with 43,000 bales ginned last will be made by the Orange Coun- of the agriclutural committee <0
i 1;' ;\ bestir ourselves In beautification ture. lie figured taht 9 pounds I Winter Feed Crops-J. Lee Is done, and should be poured into year. Boll weevils and rain have!: ty Republican Committee, accord- the Chamber of Commerce. Tb

D work. of minerals costing one cent a I Smith. hot setertllzed jars and sealed at hurt the crop. Ing to action taken by the com Plant City delegation told the com-
4 Mrs. Chas. W, Ten Elck, president pound saved 106 pounds\ of feed. Tues., Sept. 27-Control of Bean once. Air-tight tops should be mittee and announced by Malcolm mittee and others at the meeting
__ S of the Florida Federation of A good mineral mixture be Jasslds and Leaf-Rollers-Dr. A. used, or the jelly should be covered Miami-Thirty minutes after the Sterrett, chairman. that the farmers of East Hills-
/ Garden Clubs In one of the opening made from steamed bone meal may 60 N. Tlssot. Farm Question Box. with paraffin. arrived at the home of his mother borough county were unalterably

){ r talks, said that "no one's life in pounds, slaked lime 25 pounds Wed., Sept. 28-Preparing Soils -Isabelle S. Thursby. here, Alton Weaver, who escaped Tampa-Tar and feathers, a flogging opposed to any movement for

_ I 1 Florida should be untouched by a charcoal 10 pounds, hardwood for Ornamental Plants-Dr. R. M. e .... from a state prison camp near and a quart of castor oil were bringing in colonies of people
y garden There is hardly an inter ashes, 10 pounds and common saltS Barnette. To prevent oats from having Macclenny Monday, was arrested. given two men reported Communists whose standards of living are lower
4 est, a quality, a phase of learning pounds. Another recommended Thurs., Sept. 29 Extension smut, spray the seed before they He said be fled the camp because : last week by a band of 12 than those of white American
_ 'if'p and living, which Is not used In Workers to Hold Annual Conference are planted with a formaldehyde he could be
mixture can be made of 10 pounds wanted to see his mother. His I men, none of whom had been arrested farmers and who never
t making a garden." I --Dr. Wilmon Newell. solution made by mixing one sentence Is three for assist- amalgamated into the white popS
r ,t tl each of charcoal, line, and ashes years by police, The two men,
n i and 4 pounds of salt. Fri., Sept SO-The Habits of the pint of water, says the Florida ing an armed robbery. Fred Crawford, severally beaten, ulation of any community.
l BEAN LOSSES DUE TO Alligator-Carlyle Carr. Experiment Station. The quart
e and H. Gordon were In a hospital -
_ h 1 INSECTS CHECKED BY It pays to keep farm I At 0:43: each morning the Home should treat 50 bushels. The solution Tallahassee The open seasonon tonight undergoing the painful Belle Glade-Arrangements are
1'rs Implements .
is SPRAYING OR DUSTING ments and machinery not in Demonstration Agent will give a Is simply sprayed on the pile ducks and wild geese in Florida task of removing the tar and feath- being made by the Florida commission
use 15-minute chat to Florida home- of oats as it Is shoveled over. will sec-
under shelter begin at high, noon November ers. Police said tonight that they to give that myserioiu
( ;\ Gainesville, Fla.-Bean growerscan makers. 20 and extend to sundown had no evidence as to who at- tion of the estate, the Everglades
do much to check insect damages One to make the soil more Florida displayat
__ BradcntonVork way January 15: state game depart- tacked the men.Tallahassee much space In the
i, r to their crop by properly new fill and bridge completedon Lynn; Haven Mountain Brook productive Is to grow leguminouscover ment officials said. Change of the A Century of Progress Expo !-
spraying or dusting the plants, according of Palma Sola bayou at over part Country Club of Birmingham, recently crops and turn them under. opening hour from dawn to noon of Attorney General tlon. in order that the millions of
i', }. to Dr. A. N. Tlssot, associate Hills, connecting subdivision made extensive purchase of Austrian peas and vetch are prov- the first day is expected to prevent Cary D. Landis held today that visitors expected may be given an
i-I4 with the Florida with Bay county property in site of Bay with North and West really
entomologist Rlvervtew Drive.ALPHONSO. ing popular I unduly heavy shooting of the game children residing outside a specialtax adequate idea of what they
j Station. Park manor, at this place. Florida farmers this Everglades
Experiment : ... purpose. the first day of the season. school district cannot attend are. There are Jungles in the
The two Insects that do most --- -- - -- .-- -..--, and there are marshes but

; + Iti damage to the bean crop are the "" 'O't\I''\ .r.-<-. ..-'\.. '_ M there are also tens of thousands of
', leaf-hopper or jassid, and the leaf ')> '' < i', 'r'i'' f S: .rte acres of arable lands with soil the
C '
roller. The jassid sucka juice from <",, {";"f\-\p.. :;;.t.. \(,, ."}th 1't N'. ..,. ". i. '" td'i1., : ,r R richest in the known world, capableof
the plant and will not be killed e'k I"".r..,.tl' "'-\<::o:.'!' .-<:'t'" '- '', .. ..1>,:..""\ 'I>, ..,. '.".' N ?, producing three to five cropsa
y c d "Ii>> '-: .'<< ,,, "
s by covering the'plants with poison, k >f., .\1fi.: :: <,,f <, nk. '<...ix" ,{.ii." ''!''' '!< ii;' year, with thousands of acres
';" ''' ,,' ... -"' '',,'( ;;:: "" >< -
t Since the leafroller eats and leaves J fL4 under cultivation produc-
l ).'1 : :;t .\ $ $$ ..Jt'i) already
% r' of all
t it Is easily poisoned. ..J" :p.i': ;;''tf-'l'f, , ,"' The jassid Is a greenish insect kinds, rich forage grasses afford
?. about an eighth Inch long and very : e; y f ing pasturage for untold numbers
a active. It lays eggs in tiny slits 1 of cattle, fruits'of all kinds and

'Y + In the mid-ribs or larger veins of ; ;:* staple crops such as corn and po
the bean leaves. The young/ hatch tatoes in abundance.
,i and suck sap from the inner tissues .. _

of the leaf causing it to be BUILD ROCK GAIIDE.N3

,,+rf 4 dwarfed and yellowish. Badly af { -
fected plants will produce no pods I7 I7I h Clearwater, Fla. Twenty-fly
1 Some spray that will cover the jas- rock gardens and pools have been
sld's body and suffocate It. must NEW MAYOR built recently by Pinellas county
be used to control It, since it sucks : demonstration club members.reports .
- ______ V. McKee
pi ___ : Joseph borne
i, z juice from the plants rather than former president of Mrs. Joy Belle Hess,
; --i' 4 tJ eating the outside of the leaves. ? : the Board of Alder demonstration agent. A lantern

,,i S f The pyrethrum sprays have proven men, who recently slide series of pictures flbowtn
r beat for this purpose In tests at succeeded Tames J. how to build a rock garden ana
+ I, the Experiment Station. These (Jimmy) Walker, resigned. pool was shown recently to thl
should be used according to direc- THE: REX NEW WORLD RECORD clubs, and along with It County
HOLDER Jon fastest time made
I ever by discussed
tions on the can Dr. Tlssot suggested Wm. Oomme
A COD-FATHER: passenger chip on trial\ run, Is shown off the Agent
r covering the plants with a Former King Alplionso of Spain Is here Riviera moat before she started her trials, durIng plants to use In Florida gardeae'WOMAN'S
p canvas or burlap hood just before tan with Stephan, Infant son of Arch- which she averaged 28 knots and attaineda -
t4, a they are sprayed. to prevent then tiuko Anton and former Princess Ilesnaol speed of 29. She is the largest ship, built CLUB PAYS
jasclds from flying away and not Koumania, after he hud acted as the since the war and the latest addition to the INSTEAD OF ASKING
{ i getting wet with the spray. child's god-father at a christening near Italian Line's fleet of fast modem passenger MEMBERS FOB Dt"
r The leaf-roller Is easier to con Vienna Austria liners. She sails from New York on her
trol, since its habit of eating the maiden voyage for the Mediterranean on Cleawater, Fla. --- A womaa'aclub
October 8. h. k +1 dB: Si two
t ,* leaf allows one to poison it. Leaf- _..- + SO that pays off rather
rollers are the larvae of a bluish Ak-----.. w;qi asking for dues has been in opera
+ butterfly which lays tiny beadlike NEW SUBMARINE LAUNCHED: The H.I" tlon near here for several year-
M. S. Porpolae, new British submarine, she b com
: as : rural
? r
eggs on the leaves. The eggs At Curlew, a nearby
t hatch and the young make a shelter .. 'was launched recently at Barrow. England t....W+......: ........z- munity, the Home Demonstration club expenses '

for themselves by cutting a Club each year pays Its between -

slit In the leaf and folding It over. ANOTHER TROPHY) 9t and has money to divide dub
rs c They live by eating portions of Jimmy Doolittle fastest land the 20 members. The products -
the leaves. All that is necessaryto f plane flyer In the world gazes makes money selling surplus
t A control the leaf-roller Is to cover r at Thompson Trophy won st brought in by the membersand
_ the plants with some poison like vxi j .t? National Air Races In Cleveland canned at the club meetiWaccording >
lead arsenate. The mixture which sari = where he averaged nearly to Mrs. Joy Belle tier,
a b 233 miles hour.
a ? has proved most satisfactory is per- ".. i c home demonstration agent COB'
made of 1 pound lead arsenate, 8 M Each year the club has a yair.
pounds of hydrated lime, and CO munlty booth at the County tot
4 gallons of water. A dust made "of and they have taken first place club
; ev. J at
S 6 parts alead arsenate to 8 parts I many years. The canning -
hydrated lime has proven good. meetings is as much for the <
If both jasslds'and leaf-rollers and learning of new wettt T
>4//. appear on the same beans the lead as for the money. All of the "oJD"en ;It

arsenate may be added to the con do a large amount of canninghome
tact spray and both Insects controlled for the family needs.
_I rl at one application. This year after all the club's'

THE NEW CLARA BOW Clan penses were paid each membera 1
e Poultry specialists advise keepIng Bow return to the screen after an + calved 37 cents which she &sTee are
the pullets growing and not absence of nearly two year In the Fox r use in improving rugs others oilier -
forcing them Into laying too soon. picture, "Call Her Savage." Absence screening the porch, and manY made
t mad the hearts of her fan grow Improvements are being
fonder, for her return is in the nature NIGHT CLUB ON THE HIGH SEAS: A few of the distinguished passengersarc with the as a startBrooksville
Hogs usually sell for about 2 of money
a country-wide demand A new shown In the smart Supper Club board -
& cents on the Italian Liner;Augustus the) .
a pound more In Septemberand dramatic sincerity will be found world's hugest and luxurious mod'
I most motor ship The Augustus will make _
a. George
a' October than they do later in coupled with that vivid personality and '. i round-the-world cruise starting from New York January 14th and returning I'I'i and mode"
the winter. she emerges as a new Clara Bow :May a cruise lasting 129 days- Il'I'ocer, opened new
'-. -., .- .- 23rd .-. ._--:--- J store recently.
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b- flesh be avoided? "Walk In the of Ortohor. A. D. 18J I ha, fl"d Mid certificate In my-office For" County Superintendent of thin antendntffnt. t'pon the rxtlf.i. .i .
Spirit, and ye shall not fulfill the I 'nl la Ui-. 1 .nil day t of Sept A. D. ami made application.for tax deed to I'u bile I net ruction. :In., .1 ,if I his amendment It shall b* 5 I
11H2.' 'lamia thvreon In n< i ordance with For County Burvevor the duty of the Uuvernor to ai>- 5 i
lust of the flesh. Gal. 5: 16." r. \v Ai.nRnMAN. .lauBald certificates embraces. the For Five County Commissioners tine additional Justice of tha
I 4. By what Is the love of God (Seal) Cl rk of Circuit Court. following. described. property altuated For Three Members ot the County Solnt:::: Court and he shall hold office
w Bradford County Florida. In Bradford County, Florida to- Board of 1'ubllo Instruction. from. the date of his. stppolntmnnt -
shed in the heart r "The love of -3-5t-10-M.. wit: For Justice. of the Peace In and until Tueaday" after th* tint
God is shed! abroad in our hearts by : ---- NISVi of NK:<4 lean. 16 acre on Vf. for the following Justice Plelrlcta.VI Monday In Januarv. 1935, and whose
MIMTKR'Sl :1- aide of lulley Brar.ch, Section SOTp. .: aucooHnor. ahall be elected at the
"1wurTiThmp; unto my feet and a light unto my pah.--Ptala 1 19:105.: the"Holy Ghost which Is given untous. Notice U hereby irlven that under. T 8. H. SI )I). No. On*. .general. election. 'In 1934 to hold office il ,
) Rom. 5:5.: and by virtue of that certain. final The a.n-immant of said property No. Two tot n term of p1.'lx veer, htiZiia'h 4
0. decree entered by the Hon. A. Z. Ad- under the said certificate issued was No. Bight. nIng TucKduy after. the.flrnt Monday ,
What I. love declared I
to be?
AU religious teaching doctrine or kin,". Judge of the Circuit Court ot In the name of Chnalvy Fogg.Unleaa For Constable. In and for the following In Jnnunry, 1113\ $, and thereafter the
11)b i .. creed U they are to have any claim "And above all these things put the S8th Judicial Circuit of Florida aald certificate. shall be redeemed Justice Dlatrlcti. vli., : HtiFoeaaom of the Justices nf the Hu-
In. according to law, taic deed No. On*. pr..", .. court elm 11 be elected, at the '
and devotion of the be love which Is and for Iiradford county In
on! the love loyally people must in harmony with on the bond of per- Chancery, on the 17th day ot Sep will I iesue thereon on the 10th day No. Two. general election next preceding the ,
11)U ? teachings of Jesus the Christ whose words fit into every fold and crevice fectnesa." Col. 3; 14. tember, A. I>. 19SS, In that certain of October A. I). 1931. No. K/tht./ expiration of their terms of otTIc
Ethel human heart, and of whom it wu laid in John 7:46."NEVER MAN 6. By what does genuine faith cause therein pending In which Ma T>ated this 8th day of September In Teailmony Whereof, I have hereunto :Vt'yill"ne'.t:! : In cK:;* of au' S 1
[ LIKE THIS MAN." flue nrlfflR. an cxrciitrU of the estate A. I>. 1933. net my hand and affixed. the election ,, I term of
PAKE work "For In Jesus Christ neither of Enoch Griffin, deceased. la complainant O. W. ALDRRMAK. Ureat Hval of the Plate of Florida a Justice whoa term of office may
of Bradford and Union eountle are Invited to uso this deJnent circumcision avalleth anything, and James. H. Ooodfelluw (Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court at TaltahaaiM, the Capital, this the have become vacant.Hoctlon .
Bradford County Florida. tlrat 1931. / 4. Th Hiipreme Court mav
and his wits Mary a:. Uoodfellow day of September A P.
for new of church activities, organizations and annouuoe- nor uncircumcislon; but faith are defendant, the undernig-ned. tt-9-61-10-7.. (SEAL) n. A. GRAY, hear conalder. and determln causes ,
\ space freely given and no charge made-the only requirement which worketh by love." Gal 5:6.: I. will Hell to the hltthent bidder for Secretary of State and exercise, all its power and JuriHdlctlon ,
NOTICN OF APPLICATION: FOIl To Hon. W. 3. Sheriff' aa a single "a.lIn/ which '
such Item reach this office before Wednesday morning each In front of the south door of Kpperion ,
U g that be handled for current Issue. 7. What does love doT "Hatred I the court house In atarke, Bradford TAX hEEl Bradford County /:1tllrk., Fla. can. a majority of the member nfI 4
lee they cannot stlrreth up strifes: but love cov- County Florida during the legal Notice U hereby given that Deo. 9-0-SI-11-4. I the court shall cunMltut ... quorum 'I ,
o hours of sale on Monday the 3rd day O. White part Tax Certificate for the dlHpatch." Of bualneaa' or It .
was "written by some other hand ereth aU sins. Prov. 10: 12. "Have of October A. I>. 1932 the followIng No. Zl trTlhr day of July, A. NOTIfK OK ......<:CTIO' may: exercise 1 lie powers and Jurladlollon '
I fervent charity among yourselves: ; described lunda lying and beingIn D. 1U.10: baa filed Maid certificate In Whereas, the :leglnlatur nf 1911, In two dlvlalonn' under. auchrogulntUin ,, .
SUNDAY SCHOOL j than Moses', and the writer was for Town of Iawtey Bradford County my office and made application for under the coii.Utullon of 18*B, of an may b* determined by
doubtless Inspired to complete the charity shall cover the multi Florida, to-wit: Lot. one three tax deed to issue thereon. In accordance the State of Florida, did naaa two the Court. Kach dlvlalnn shall consist -
LESSON I tude of sins." 1 Peter 4:8.: (Con- four, five, elv. even and eight, of, with law. Said certificate em Joint Beaoltitlona proponing. amendment of liar.. member of the court
II I record. tinued. Block Three of Town of awtey braces. the following described to the constitution of th. and the Chief Justice who shall by ,, ,
--I Each of us must be summonedto ) Florida an mapped and platted upon property altuated In Bradford coun Mat of Florida, and the name. were vlrlti of his position a* Chief Jua ,
CBAPTIST the public recorda of Bradford tyl..rlda. to-wlti aureed to by a vot. of three-fifth tlc* b* a member. of each dlvlnton
[ FOR SEPTEMBER 23 1933 die. Shall we severally be call- County Florida. NKW of 8WM & Ni* of RK: A 8 of all the tnembflr elnoted to each and the Judgment: nf either. I>lvllonconcurred
ed the servant of the Lord 7" Havewe B. K. FERRYMAN A In Nit Corner of 8\VVi of 8K 4 A honed' that the vote rm aald Joint In bv: all the member of 1 '
':' As Special Manter In Chancery l'Ili' :" of SK: 4 except i A In HW Corner Ke"olutl..n> were entered upon their such Dlvlnlon shell tthe judgment
Subject: Moses honored In his each arranged with the Son KNIOIIT <& KNIUHT, dtarke. Fin. Sea lit, TT\ R K. It IS. respective Journala, with the yeas of th* court The concurrence of a '
ath. of God to then be present as our Sunday school at 10 a.m. A. J. Hollcltoi-n for Complainant. The aa.eaament of maid property and nay thereon and they did determine majority of the member of the ', I" '
Thomas supt. 9-23-81-9-30. under the said certificate. ( issued was and direct that the said court ahall b* necessary to a declalon \ I
Golden Text: "Precious In the advocate with his father T I -- In the name of Cheeley. Fogg. Joint Beaolutlnna b* submitted to and judgment of the court H
Ut of the Lord la the death of Next Sunday is rally day and M\TK.U'H= Hil.M Unleaa said cerllflcate. shall b.. redeemed the electors of the atat. at the Oen- whether the court I I. pitting In two '
S promotion of classes. Everybodycome. Notice la Hereby given that under according to law tax, deed lira! Klectlon In November. 1 18. dlvlniuna or when acting aa a single 4'
Mints. Psa. 1116:15.: DAILY BIBLE READINGS and by virtue of that certain final will InKKue tlmreon on the 10th day NOW: TIIKnKFOKFi.' : t I. 11. A. Oray.Hccrrtnry body. '. I
Lestion Text: Deut, 32:45-52: ; 34: I decree entered by the Hon.[ A. 25. Ad- of October A. D. 1082. of stat nf the 1 State' oi All capital cane. all cases InVolving ,,
Worship at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Kln.. .ludite of thn Circuit Court of Bated I title 8th day of September, Florida, do hereby. give notice: that I the determination of Mala
September 23 the tdth Judicial Circuit of "Florida A. I' 1M2. a or fmlrral. constitutional queatlon.
The B. Y. P. U. will entertaina
3.In the 40 years wandering: in the Source of True Help-My help In and for Bradford cotinty. In Chancery O. W. AT.PRRMAN (IO\KnI.. Kt.KCTIO: : II and mich other cases aa. may b* directed ,
delegation of young people from on the ttUh day.r August A (Seal) Clerk. of Circuit (Court will I be held. In each county In Florida by the court hall be il trm- '
,ilderneaa after the return of the cometh from the Lord, which made Palatka at 7 m. and the visitors l:>. 1M2.IM that certain reuse wherein Bradford, County. Florida on Tumidity next, aticraedln th* i I Inod by the court, acting a* a sIngle ,
t'i 'its and the rejection by the Is- heaven and earth.-Psalm 121: 2. p. K: J. A Merman, In Complainant, 9-9-lIt-IO-7. first Monday In November ". i>. '1 bOdy I
made will put on a program at 8 p. m., and 1'.rlll. Mnddox. Hi Muditon, and -'-- 1982. the said Ttieadav being' the I I 1'h. Chief JuStice shall prlil )
tUlles of the report by September 24 after which a senior union will be .lohn C. Boblnnon.. are defendantm, !>OT1CIOK APPLICATION FOIl r.Kiiini i> iv or vnvriMnKK;: over each Division and over the a
-ileb and Joshua the Bible gives God is GracIous-Thou art a God the Ulld""INne.1111" nell to the 'r." 1)1:9:1) for th* ratification or rejection of court acting an a single' body andulinn I, ,
of "the rebellion organized. hlffhuHt bidder for cash In front of Notice In hereby. given that U.o. the said Joint nennlutlnna proponing th* t'lilt'? Justice. I I. dlmiuatl- i S S
record against.Oles ready to pardon, gracious and Midweek service Wednesday at the Kntith door of tht. courthouse I-'. White, holder of Tax CertificateNo. amendment to the: Comitltutlon of fled ..ria absent. or la. disabled from
.. headed by Korak Dathan mercIful. slow! to anger and of :In Stark*, nrndford Coiinly, Floridaclutlnur im: 7th day of .lulv, A. I). 1030, the State of Florida, via any rEuse I lie Juntlc: olilevt In point: )
8 On the first of
p. m. Sunday I tliv legal honiH' i\t ala on of service Present and qualified
Abiram with two hundred.d has filed said certificate In mr office S
nd great klntlnesa.-Nchemlah 9: 17. October the hour of all evening Monday the lard day of October A. and made application for tax A JOINT UKHOT.UTION' Proponing toAmend Mini I provide over the entire court
fifty other leaders which was September 25 1>. 10.12. the followtnir, described deed to isp... tlieinon In accordance $u.cttt'ri 6 of Article V of and each division thereof until the l ,11q
wiled by the miraculous openingof I will both services will be one-half earlier. InndK lying and helitK. In Bradford with. Inw. Said certificate' emhraceathA the roiiptltiitlnn. of the data of dlHublllty of the Chief Justice I I. :
SatetyWhile :
.__ _Asleep. .. County, Florida: to-wlt. _. .. following deerrlhed. property Florida' Hoisting to County. Cotnmlaalonera. removed.Thu '
the earth swallowing the lay me uown in peace, ana Bleep; I"rollIne IntersectIon or IBM ana Hltunted In liradford county Florida. vote. rant. In compliance. with f
1 bale and their families, togeth- for thou PRESBYTERI."NServIces Walnut KlrrvtH lit So..lh..t cornerof to-wit: BK< IT HI.l: Ur.\1F.O BY TTtTI' MOTISLATtJHia said 1 propoHed nmnndmentn. and the ,
> makest
Lord only me .
lot of Block 8ovi nteen UK OF declarations and
Wife of "H\VV' Section 20 Tp.\ T B. R
with a fire and a plague which dwell In safety.-Psalm 48.: 25 per map' or plat of I h. Original II H.' Kl.onil'A-: thereof, nhnll. be aubject-t-d to the .. tl
,it I off their sympathizers there 26 Sunday, September Town of Htitrkp Florida. ae shown The annrnnmetit nt .aald property. That aectlon 6 of Article. A of th* .urn,* regulation. and rentrlctlnnii. a" 4
September as follows:' on page 769 of Deed Hook "N" ol under the said certificate 'issued wu Constitution of the Ntate of Florida. are provided by. law for general I '
11 the miraculous budding of Safety of the Perfect-Behold, 10 a. m. Sunday school T. S. the Public. llecorda of Bradford In tho name of Ch..nlev Fogg.UnloBO relating. to county cninmlnMlnnert, .Im election In the state nf Florida.. ?, 4i
.ruas' rod confirming him and God will not cast a perfect County, Florida, thence run Wontaloiiir aald oxrllflcat shah b* redeemed and the seine I* hereby nm..nd..d, and IN THSTIMONKf'] : WH1CKEOF ; I S "4'
away Williams, acting supt the North aide of Call street according to law tax deed aa anieniled, .la agreed to and shall I have hereunto not
j successors in the priesthood; man neither will he help the evil 11 a. m. Morning worship sermon thirty-ela-ht feet and two inches to will Innnue thereon on the lOtli day be auhmltted to the elertora of the my hand and affixed the ,
.( death and burial of Miriam atadeab < doers.-Job 8: 20.September. point beginning, thence run North of October A. n. 1932. State nf "Florida the general. election Orvat. Him I of the .Htat. of i1 p.
by the pastor. Theme "Some- and parallel to Walnut street one Dated this Slit day. of September. nf Repreaentatlvew. to be held' In (SISAL) Florida at Tallahassee, 9'
: ; there was the lack of wait 27 thing to Glory In." hundred five feet Ih..ncev."t and A. I). 1931. 1911! for approval or rejection. Said the Capital this the 1st, '5 iti4
Merlbah which Moses remedby The Assured Harvest: Be not parallel to Call Direct thirty feet S n. W. ALDERMAN Reel Ion B of Article I, aa amended day of August, A. f>. 1933.II. :!. I
7 p. m. Christian Endeavor. and four Inches, thence South and (Seal) Clerk( of Circuit Court shall, read. aa followntHnntlnn A CIBAY,
striking a rock but be took deceived; God is not mocked: forwhatsoever' Leader W. B. Barnes. Topic "Get parallel to Walnut. street one hundred Bradford County. Florida. 5. Immediately' upon the S-S.4t-1L.4SeOreteryoCi4tatd.
edit to himself and did not give a man soweththat.. five feet, thence Kant' thirtyfeet 9-9-Dt-10-7. ratification of thin amendment, the ---- ------
ting off to a Good Start. An inspirational and four I Incheaalong Northedge I county cnmtnln.lonerii of the neveral I MOTK'H air API'I.IOATIOX"' lou _
cot to God, and so he was shut shall he also reap.-Galatiana 6:7.: meeting suggesting of said Call ..street to point of NOTIO OF KI.KCT1O counties of this state shell dl- > T\\: DKKU, _
it I from the promised land; there September 28 I II beginning vide their respective. counties Into Notice In hereby: given, that .1. F. l I _
and how to
plans for the fall work A. S. (CBKWS': five commlnnlonnra' dlatrlnta. to b.nllmb..r.,1 dilley. holder ot Tax Certificate No. u
u the death of Aaron on Mount Life and Good Days-He that I I get started well. A special' Master III ChRne..ryKNU1H1' To the Sheriff' of Bradford County respectively fritni one to K.lll the 7th day of July A. U. 10.10. _
lor and the succession of his son will love life. and see good days A KNKIHT. Starke Fla. of the State of Florida; five, inclusive" and each dlatrlct him filed saul. certificate In my office.
huzar to the 8 p. m. Evening worship sermon Solicitor! for Complainant.923ItSlu. lie It Known That 1. n. A. GRAY, shall. b* aa nearly a* itoMnlble equalIn and niMde application for tax dee4.
high priesthood; let him refrain his tongue from of State of the State' of
and song. "Secretary proportion to population, and to lM"u here was the scourge of fiery aerial evil and his lips that they speakno Choir practice this evening at Florida do hereby give notice that a thereafter. ther. shall b* In each of law Haiti' certificate embrace the
MPK.flAL. MtSTRnMI.H I filONKHAI. KI.KCTIO'V: such districts a county oommlnMlon- following ncrllid, properly alt"
which ended when the
was gulle.-1 Peters 3: 10. the manse. Mr. Kenly has kindly Under. and by virtue of that certain will 1>* held III Iiradford County. er, who hall h* elected. bv: the <|tialIfled tinted. In Piadford county Florida
tople gazed in faith at the brazen September 29 consented to direct. All choir final decree of the Circuit Court State' of Florida, on Tuesday nextaucceedlng elector of said' county, at the to-wit:
fashioned by Moses the made and entered September. 13th the tint Monday In No.mb.r. time and place of voting! for other, One lot fronting Broadway: Street,
rpent ; Stability: The'counsel of the members and others who can sing 11132 In the. cause of Joseph. 13. WllKon ". A, D. 1983, the said Tueadayb'nnioMTH ennntv nfflcern an., shall. hold his bounded. N by old jail H by land of
''inquest of the kingdom of Sihon Lord standeth forever the are urged to come to this practice., aa Liquidator for Bradford office for four yearn: provided, however J. F. Collry In Htark, "Heo.' 18, Twp I
nIl Off. This brought the Israe- of his heart to all County Bank a Corporation. Plaintiff PAT or NOVKMnrcn: I that the oounty commissioners. ( H. R. 12 K. I _
thoughts gen- A cordial Invitation to all our ve. J. II. Tlltch and .Isabel Bitch, For United States' Senator from elncted In th. /1'on.'al election In The assessment nf acid 'prnnertyiiml _
lea to the southeastern border erations.-Psalm 33: 11.St"ptt"mber services extended to all. his wife *t al. Defendant.. I will offer the Stat of Florida for nix year 11132 from the even numbered dlnIrktH ; r the nald certificate I..unit wa
K the promised land." 80 for sale and will Hell to the from March 4. 1R91. shall serve for two yearn. and In the name of Robert P. Jon...
I C- highest and best bidder. for caah For seven ((7) presidential. ISleotorn. thone from the odd numbered dintrlcta IJnlenn. nald. certificate. nhall be re _
Such were the hardships during Great Power From God: Behold, KINGSLEY LAKE CHURCH the following described land at the nhall nerve for four year, and deemed according to law tax! deed.
(hose wanderings In the desert that I give unto you power to tread on front door of the Court House In For Representative In ('onll'r"".. thereafter the terms shall. bn. four will issue thereon in the JO til day _
Stark Bradford County within the State of Florida at large In the year. The powern, duties and comIxmnuHon of MeptBinber. A. U. 1932.
the number of the Israelites after serpents and scorpions, and overall There will be services at Kings- legal.", houra of pale. on Monday Oo- Seventy-fourth Congress of the United of such county: commlaNlonern Paled. this Slid day of August, A.
he forty years was nearly two the power of the enemy; and tober 8rd lisa. unds described ai Htatea. shall 1m prencrlbed by law, D. 1932.
ley Lake Baptist Church. Sunday, For Iteprenenatlve of the SecondCongrennional .
follows, to.wit: O. W. ALDIERMAN.
housand less than their .
men at nothing shall by any means hurt September 25th. Preaching by Pastor Lying and being In Bradford county lnlrlrt of the State A JOINT RESOLUTION: Proponing" (Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court,
ommencement.. In spite of the you.-Luke 10: 19. Htote of Florida known and de- of Florida. In the Heventy-Fourth an Amendment to Section 9 and to Tlnidford. County, Florida
irtlia during that time."' at 11 o'clock. Baptism0:30: scribeS an lots one (1), two (2)), Congrena of the United States' Mention 4 ,Artlcln V of the Con- 8-i6-Et-D-S3.
long and lunch at 12:30: o'clock. Every- three (3). four (4). five (5)). Six (6), For Uovernor of the State of Florida. ntlt lit Ion of Florida Relating to
During those years In the desert SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISTFruit welcome. Come and bring aeven (7), ten (10), eleven (11)), l Hi* Juillrlarr nepartment.an NOTIfU OP. APPLICATION! FOIl : _
he Book of Deuteronomy washotly body twelve (12). thirteen ((13) and fourteen For Secretary of Stat of the i IT itFwor/vrcn: nv TIIM T.isatflNATUHFl TAX IIIOKII j
lunch. J. L. Silcox, Clerk. (14), of Block I, according to State of Florida.For OF TUB BTATH OF Notice la hereby given, that TO. F. $1l
prepared. It gives a recapitulation of the Spirit the plat of Temple'a. Addition to the Attorney General of the KIXHUtlA : Conway, holder of Tax, Certificate
of the laws theretoore 1. What Is the fruit of the Spirit town of Htarke' recorded In Hook Blat' of Florida.. That the following amendment to No. JStt, the 7th day of July, A, I>. .
Dade City-Courthouse painted. O of deed on page 831 In lieu of For Comptroller of the Stat of Section t and to tea..llOIof ArticleV 1930. han tiled said certificate. In my
[ given by the Lord through ? "Tbe fruit of the Spirit Is love plat of the name lands. recorded In Florida. of the Constitution of the State of office and mad. application for tax
owe; and repeats the history of joy| peace long-suffering, gentle- NOTICR OK APPMCVriON: POll book 0 of deed HIM and DOS of the For Treasurer. of the State of Florida b*, and the same I I" hereby. deed to issue thereon In accordance
TAX I>KKINotice ) publlo record. of Bradford County Florida.For agreed to, and shall. b* submitted to with law. .Maid. certificate. embrace
>' the escape from Egypt, and ness, goodness faith meekness, IB. hereby given. that. William Florida' Block 1 In the firm mentioned (Superintendent of Public In- the elector of the State nf Floridaat the following dnaurlbed properly nit.
Iso give. several addresses by temperance." GaL 5: 22, 23." Mahler. holder. ot Tax Certificate plat being the name I lands aa atructlon nf the State of Florida. the next general election' to b* uated In Bradford county, Florida
lOBeS No. 2S4. 6th day of Auirunt. A. the lands. described In the original For Commissioner of Agriculture mlil on the first Tuesday after the to-witt
to the Israelites. 2. What are the works of the U. 1929. has tiled said certificateIn plat aa lying In Block SO (twenty), of the State of Florida. first Monday In November 1(32 for w% of NH3(4( Of NWM\ of SWVi; *
Today's lesson begins at the closer lean? "Now the works of the my office and made applicationfor being all ot said block twenty (20), For Three Justices. of the Supreme ratification or rejection a strip 40 ft, wide W. ..f name. See I
r Moses' tax deed to Ixnue thereon In accordance now known an Block J, '.aItO'I: : Court of the State ot Florida. Section t. The supreme Court R t 9 aorea.' S
last address "and Moses. flesh are manifest which are these: with law. Hald certificate eight (8) and nine I ((9) In : ; For One Railroad Commissioner. shall consist of even (7) Justices. t41.w'n: ; : or.said property;
nidt an end of speaking all these adultery fornication. uncleanness embraces. the following described east. corner of said block accordingto of the State of Florida. who shall b* elected by the qualified under the acid certificate .. :
fords to all said property situated In Bradford county the line of the original plat. For State Senator for Fifteenth electors of the mat at the tlm John J. Con _
Israel: and he lascivIousness, idolatry, wItch- Florida to-wit: Thlx, the lath day at Heptember, Senatorial DUtrlct of the State of and pieces. of voting fop otlu InJ re.a1'lo certificate I : .....
into them, Set your hearts unto all craft hatred variance emulations Wfe of K'4' of: $!'HoI! of NW/ Hnctlon A. D. 11132. Florida. > Iriclnlatura. Tli* r'.rt.I:: :; ;; deemed according to law _
t'I a words which I 14 Tp. 8, South lUng-e 18 Bunt. FLOYD (lnil'leN.peviat For One member of the Rouse of of each Justice shall bn nix yearn. will issue. thereon on the _
testify among wrath strife, seditions! heresies containing 10 arrea.. $ Mauler In Chancery. rtepraaentatlv of the Btat Of Flor. The term. of i ITIc" of the Mix JunIcen of September A. D. 1932. Florida.'I_ _
011 this day. which ye shall com- envyings murders drunkenness, The AHMe Hment of paid property 9-U.St-II-30. ida.For II now conntlttitlng the Hupvern' Dated thin 20th day of
id your children to observe to revelinga and such like." Verses under 1 the said certificate issued wa NOTICM: Of APPLICATION] FOIl : County Judge.For Court shall not b* affected by thin P.: 1931.
In the name of J. Homer Dvlmvuton. TAX n":bi: > Sheriff.For amendment Their successors. shall | O. W.
HI the words of this law: be- 19-21. Unless said certificate shall be Notice la hereby given' that Cleo.. Cleric of the Circuit Court. h. elected In the same 'manner and I''I (Seal) Clerk of
*ua it Is your life: and through 3. How the works of the redeemed according law tax, deed r.o.1 ", holder orf Tax Certificate For County Assessor of Taxea. I at the aam tlm. and places a. r.aIqulr..1 L Bradford County,
may A. D. 19. For Tax Collector.
will issue thereon on the 14th day 7th day 0. by the Constitution before'MAfTV '-UIt9U.By .
Is thing ye shall prolong your --- .. .
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iver Y. Jordan In the to land possess whither It." ye Moses go THE MAIN THING ON MAIN STREET" By L. F. Van- 'Zelmipatly ; In .

nd completed his life's work. I _, _. .
i In the book of Numbers verse I JUl, It'4
I fluzz /
f 12. we read how Moses dlsobey- 5Gj 40 A Ioze.: .. .

pi Cod In causing the water to MAIN Tr.EEr'e! ; CtlAC\c'atl\ 1iGG'5 .ue IBErMAMi.'LL .

low from the rock at Merlbah, andhe A ::1>01. -ALV5 WMECl-!; .
Live >wiQe PAPEIZ ( HE
: Lord had said to Moses and BAl'2l1o'llt i & I'mVIOO LOCK HI* FRENCH wAL.lF

\tron. "Ye shall not bring this gr.TcI I ::, THE 050NT DO: IHATHC

,:"igregation Into the land which SOAP IS SLIPPERY WHAT Ner, NET TiMB' ME : OLKSHTA) Wf.41Z .

have given them." i TAKE* A BATH A.' B.rii iri3suirj'

Our lesson text continues, "And MAHhf DINGLBEaI2'rfl1ear5TE :

M Lord spake unto Moses that = ON HAVVNOINDOWS J/ I
elf KON'T
same day saying. Get thee FREIICH I
I Ip Into this mountain in NUTHIN'! BUT-
Abralm. un- ( I
0 Mount ,HIS; BATH ROOM.
Nebo which Is In theM I
Moab that is over against HE
lertcbo; and behold the land of Ca- .HAMK GOT UP

:aaa. which I give unto the chlln OUT OF TME TUB Tb 'SHUT PHOOL

Israel for a possession: 17
nil die In the mount whither thou ''SOAP, AND SkiDDED> OUT

:l.est up, and be gathered unto ON TO THE 'SIDE WALK.

:.j" people; as Aaron thy brother I CQVB3ED WITH MOTHirsfl

led In Mt. Hor and was gathered BUT -COAT Of: UT- ttl. .

Dto his people." Moses might see. 4. A. LOOK OF SURPRISE.!

Gogh he should not enter, the I aal**. **H>m > ASIt ::1

Promised land." .

aUII lllaor'Mall The ye Lord not trespassed then go Into tell Canaan against Moses, "Be-why me DOROTHY DARNIT Charges- McMahus"" M 'j|.Jt.IJU":"S' jl

of Israel at
18 waters of rtbah-Kadesh In I CA"IE OVER.rO iowJ I ITS AL" I CALL DOROTH'V.IWJT I I II V/ANTS VOU ) -

:Ualt.t Wilderness\tee] of Sine Yet thou "' JW- HAT.LA1TF I'I ThE.J IDANDY I HER TO SlMC. AND PLA'f'I" TO SING I $ r? --crvrn rlaJMnuVr 1001
land before thee; FO ME
Ut thou '. AM S'T"NGOMTHE STILfM/ JlYI '
: shalt not go thither unto O0RO-r14'Y
r IaraeL"'And which I gIve the chudren j1'J1A

Moses went up-Into the

Ulltaln cf Nebo-and the Lord
ad hint all the land of Gilead--

laid unto him. Thin is
the land -
tich I aware unto Abraham and % 'r xii b;
nto ( S
Iaaac. and Unto Jacob saying tli
*\i1l v
"so It unto thy .eed."?' ,

Moses the servant of the I' ;' UC

: died there In the land of S

71'Pillet In, 'lId.u e he land bUried of him Moab-In a over val- i ili

ucth ethpcor' bUt no mao

t,.. of hi. *"Pul<:l>'. unto this

d' And Jdewa.e: : a hundred

I lye twenty W yeai- old when he died; F .;

fore.t not dim nor his nat- 'I-// _

(:f. Andthechilana : -
It lalna ** for Mo.. ID '
: Ii. of Jd:c,b thirty da1L"r ....

r Iccepted that the 's.q. ..
the death dacrfptWD -II.! ..... _
burial of Jrosea :1i ,

a, .

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+ graph :-nt'8': the trouble. cert., fashion shows, military prize colorful boat regatta on t'be-;
Bradford County Telegraph They're excited because there's too drills, a street dance and carnival, Johns river. This actiVity
t el.
Maybe You'veHeard bo little to 'em.--Bronson .Jo'\\ rnal. a mummers parade, the University under sponsorship Of the "JUIIIo
Established 1877 --0--- of Florida vs. Scwanee. football Chamber of Commerce
Someone should Invent a holiday< game and a boat regatta. Most of staged several highly Which ht
It ButA
AYEAYBEFtFLORIDAPRESS : o Classify without the day after, or a night the entertainment will be free. regattas. 8Uccesaru

without .a morning after.--Starke Two of Florida's beat bands ----
ASSOCIATION \ \\ By RUSSELL KAY' Telegraph. While they are aboutit have been engaged for the con-
fI" little kidding took place at S.cret.ry. florid. Pr... AwocutiM they might make a calendar certs Sunday afternoon, October

1Q32 0 the polls in the city election of with all the "blue Mondays" eliminated 2, and Tuesday night, October 4th.
L ls.at week, when several names Maybe It'. a little early to be too.-Bronaon Journal.
., [} 3- .... .were written In on ballots for responsible t&lkin' about (he next boom, but --0- The fashion shows are scheduled
offices in anyhow it'. a darn Bight more Interest the for Monday and Friday nights In
town. It turn. I By the way, where are
'rir ed out all right, and everybody In' subject than moat of the I Hoover lucky pocket pieces issued one of Jacksonville's largest thea
Fridays and Entered as Second Class talk we been Ilstenin' to for the : tres.
Published Weekly on had a good laugh, but we wonder ; four years ago bearing the slogan
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida If the kidders ever stopped to think past year or ab. : "Good for four years of prosperity Wednesday night's activities will
} that there might be some surprising : ?"Starke (Fla.) Telegraph. be' largely taken up with colorful

1 1IN E. S. Matthews\ _____________________ Owner and Publisher! results; If a hundred or so other But whether' you believe it or We had one of those valuable National maneuvers Guard by Jacksonville's The crack military

voters decided to do a little kiddingon not, the old pendulum la swlngln'and coins, brother, but we skinned an- troops.
J..C. Robinson _______----------..----- Managing Editor their own hook. better times wlU come again, other fellow by trading it to him units will Compete In prize Greatest Fire in
Just as they always have, and if 'for a chew.-Hlllyard (Waah.) drills. Music will be provided by American History
: RATE you're"smart you'll give the sub- the 124th Infantry Band.
4p ; SUBSCRIPTION Well, let's see what can be News.One. ....._d
Advance Ject a little thought right now. ------o-. The Junior Chamber of Com ___ .c..Ia,Tr '-
$1.50 Six Months, 75c-Payable In gleaned from the exchanges this M I''" vu' w.
Yearly, ; morning: advantage of thia free flour merce Is making elaborate plans _.t.d ..... 00hI01a k..,.-...p
!J U Advertising Rates on Application I don't have to take up your Is that some of the applicants, relieved for Thursday night October 6. A n+w..ww$350,000eae..d.ee/., 1906 ta 5.. ,.__

Bright Sayings time with hard luck stories you of the necessity of buying street dance and carnival and ,...-w.ek. .Is...,. 1.'_.. .pry
i pr ti Democratic Presidential Electors know as well as I about the bank something to eat, can buy more mummers' parade are the chief .-.helpd. .._... Ike,.sew.
About the best that I have aver and 5M'1 .of ... Iris rgnh.d..die ..
failures, stock market crash And features.
;1r Group No. 1-Hugh C. Sparkman heard .a child pull came from the general all around misery that' gaaollne.T-Starke the government Telegraph.can buy more Football will dominate the pro- ......,..Meld e,..___
four-year-old daughter of Mr. and .. .. ...
t'' Group No. 2-W. B. Lanier Mrs. D. E. Woodlngton of Worth- happened to us during the last few wheat with the gas tax money to gram, October 8, when the University ..4th.p -- II. INSVII&r' dq..dbl dh,wd...,.,,
year the said who of Florida Cators clash .... ... -
No. 3-George M. Dorman give to applicants, twill ,
; -
Group ington Springs In telling me how .....M wee.. .
Who with Sewannee In the municipal rywr4d.pW..
'' Group No. 4-Williard W. Ayres he would like to. own an Austinone can then repeat the process. .......
But remember that old gag about said there was no perpetual mo- stadium. After the football game
Group No 5-William Fairbanks remark day "I'm recently, she to made this It'. an 111 wind and so on? Well, tion.-Bronaon Journal. numerous dinner dances will be HAROLD C. WA
: going get me one
William Fisher I've got a> crazy Idea that we'll held in hotels and clubs'.
No. 6-Herbert '-' INSURANCE
Group of them little Austin so I can run
j Group No. 7G. T. McClellan under the bed and shoot.chinches.. wake up and And that Florida will If candidates worked as hard after Sunday, October 9, will bring the I
-Lake Butler Times. benefit tremendously from the the election aa they did before wind-up of the Festival with a STAKKE FLORIDA
For Governor-Dave Sholtz mental change on the part of millions the election, they wouldn't have to .

I'?ill ''HBsBBsHBi For United States Senator-Duncan U. Fletcher She'd better-get one so she of people, directly brought worry so much about succeeding
HHBHB1 For Congressman-at-Larke J. Sears can run to school and get to her about by the late but unlamented elections. Starke Telegraph.
grammar claaa on time. depression Some of 'em will have to work a STRAWBERRY\ GROWERS
; For Comptroller M. Lee. lot harder than they ever did be-
__ Throughout' the nation today fore if make deficit
o And Just as we were' about to they up they
},' ri' ,f How many local politicians know that the city ordinances regain a wavering faith In man-''going thousands back. of to men work and, business women gen-are have Bronson brought to their finances We are stocking for you:

y provide for a license fee of $5 on all gas manufacturers? kind the following news story erally la showing Improvement,, Journal.5JACKSONViLLE
Hoes Rakes Potato Hooks Hand Plows
f plunged us back Into the abyss of ,
o and It will continue to do BO.
many months, a lot of folks CROWDS AT FESTIVAL and extra parts
must have sent in a special order fora -
Some berry grower Wetland Ont Emery Croaz are going to find themselves with
did he Is certainly getting took off today on what he tald'
If he
little cloudy: weather. would be a seven-year Jaunt aroundthe more money than they actually Jacksonville. Sept. 22.-Many ., : Also American Field Fence
need for the. common
service. out of town visitors from north
o tire world ahead trundling of him. an automobile I life: Florida and south Georgia communities Let us show them to you

J w A headline,in the Palatka Daily News says, "DestituteEat I And what*will-they do with it? ville for are the expected annual Fall in Jackson Fashion

Matinee, Receipts." Why not hand out a few old mail Wa hope he baa a 'puncture,on Put It )In a savings account, InvestIn Festival between October 1 and 9.
I that bad bridge Just outside of stocks and.bonds I don't think Oil Heaters and Wood Heaters
h order catalogs? Baden Bade Nine days of merriment are be-
J so. You knew a whole lot of folks ing planned by the Chamber of
f 0 did just that,they had been taught Commerce Committee In charge. Bradford
t An editorial in the Springfield Republican describes the Do you remember that several to save, to ,bo' frugal, to Invest Something new in the way of en- HardwareCompany'JACKSONVILLE

recent Democratic victory in Maine as a ""body blow" to the cash years ago our paper adopted .a 'their earnings, and they did onlyto tertainment will be provided daily,1'
policy concerning subscrip
i find their life savings swept The program Includes band con
r Republican party. tions and cut from the mailing list away, with nothing to show for It
1 o all except paid-in-advance subscribers but.a nice big platter of bitter ex-
T Drastic action Yes
i Reno, our negro settlement and not the town of the same but it at least spares our readers 'perience. _

name in Nevada, has a slang all its own. Its name for the the painful embrassment of havingto Right now thousands of those

free government flour is "panic dust." bear notices like one appearing same poor dupes are thinking
o In our Issue of February B, about that money they lost, they
1887. Men must have been men had taken a part
wish they
:iii One or two of our smaller school buses look a little crowd. back In those days, and editors of it at least and gone to Florida '..

ed. If possible, arrangements should be made so that no did not mince words. We consider :or California or Europe and had a

li children will have to stand up going to and coming from invectives the following It has one been of our the fortuneto choice good time.. .-; "',- INVITES YOU

y, school. stumble across In a couple of I I They look around them and find
f ,. decades of reading. Peruse and
that some of their friends did take I

,' A news story tells of a woman, who is being held by cogitate: trips and buy a lot of things they for 9 DAYS of
wanted when had ,,
they money
bandits in the wilds of Manchuria, pleading for her powder To Delinquent SubscribersA maybe they are hard up today like

''c : puff. The bandits could not have thought of a better way to ( word to the wise ia sufficient) everyone else, but at least they
I'' : torture her. To begin with, we mean business got'' some benefit, they can look FUN and FROLIC
;. there Is no foolishness aboutIt. back and say; "Well anyhow, I had C
o Wa have faithfully earned our a wonderful time In Florida, and
How many; residents who think they know every spot money which Is-long overdue, and even If I did upend a couple: of

in Bradford county ever heard of Garden City, Hartsburg we want It-We must have It, or thousand, it added ten years to my .
die like a brave soldier, in the at- life and I would have lost it all -
$ ll, I or Plum Nearley. We receive correspondence from these tempt to get it We have no in the bank'Wlth nothing to show

I II,a' places weekly. apologies to make In dunning you; for It If I hadn't gone, BO I'm gladI

tr trI"a" o we have trusted you spent the went. Come to Jacksonville for this brilliant .
money that honest men have paid W "!(< -
li i Ruth Bryan Owen radio broadcasting from Washington
us to supply you with -and who saved his
papera And 'the fellow
41 : recently, said, "We were promised chickens in every pot and now let you swindle ua out of our money and gave up the trips he'd Fall Fashion_ Festival, October:

_ r cars'in every garage| instead the chickens have come home to honest dues. No, a thousand time always wanted,to take, has to lit
roost in empty garages." no. You must pay ua, or we will around and"llllten..and" ,wish he'd< 1 to 9. Bring your family for gay
dun you, we will watch you, we will had sense enough to have held out I ,
"H D-- haunt you, like_the ghost of a mur-
some of his money for personal en- /
and free
of entertain-
Those road camp convicts who struck because they did dered man haunts the vision of the joyment. But you bet if he ever days nights

z' not like the food that being served them were pretty murderer. Yes, we will dun you as gets his hands on any more he'l
long as we Inherit God's green know what to do with It. He stay- ment. See the new fall styles. Win
particular. If they were getting anything at all they were earth. U there la anything meaner ed home and saw the other guy go ; :. r

better off than a lot of people who are outside of jails. than a man who. will order his SOUTH with it the last time and .tl i14 :: ,i" valuable prizes in the Treasure Hunton
paper stopped ,and' then not pay now It's) bill turn and don't think ;
; o for' it, we will give It up. he won't take advantage of it.
i The fight is on I We did not think that our Bradford We have 'gone to considerable the night of September 30 andy

county farmers would sit silently by and let the distinction of pains to secure the services of an As times Improve and money
first'.strawberries accomplished artist and at an early becomes more plentiful thousands all day Saturday October 1.
planting the go to a South Florida doctor. I / ,
date we will begin to present from of folks are going to turn to travel,
_ 'lt & An old settler remembers working a patch here back in'' '82 week to week, good wood cut pictures they are going to Florida and get

t I If anyone can beat that, let us know about it. of aU delinquent subscribers some enjoyment out of life before a Something new ,,every day...Tre.,
_ bI ---o who have persistently failed to I. they pass out of the picture.
1 respond to our earnest appeal for
'J I I The Lakeland Ledger, professing to speak for the patronsof money. There will-be- no need-of I Florida with her-warm sunshine, }f 1 ure Hunt..fashion shows.military

corporations, refers to the Florida Railroad Commission publishing their names, except Incases her mocking birds, her waving b

_ 9'' being controlled by corporate interests. Colonel Peter O.I where we have failed to secure palms, good roads?>surf bathing, ) = prize .drills... band conccrts... street
toP the pictures of the delinquent, fishing and put dqpr sports standsas k
i Knight, living at Tampa, a next door neighbor of Lakeland, aa each one will be easily recognized a haven of refuge a great big dancing and arnival... mummet.parad ?
and regarded by many persons as the most astute corporation by the excellent likeness. Joyous playground: where a weary

lawyer in the state, professes to speak for the owners of corporations There will be no exceptions, and careworn, nation can come and football (University of
for the present there will be no direct forget It's grief regain its courage .
t in advocating the abolishment of the Railroad Com connection between this por. and really get something out of

i' mission... Who will unscramble this anomaly? trait publishing and the regular life. a Florida vs. Sewanee.boat races.
"Rogues) Gallery." We will wait
1 1ii o for Settle of the Courtto 1 I ,
Judge U..S. The next boom will be brought + t
h' It is regrettable that the County Commissioners' plan for say what gallery they belong about by a :vast army of spenders, Make this fall holiday. Get
wC cutting the value of state tax sale certificates as shown on to. Oh ye incorrigible delinquents folks out for pleasure and a good your

r the 1931 tax roll book could not be carried out. Many people If you do not want your hardenedcountenance' time. Call them wasteful if you f and details of the October
gazed upon by hundreds life, but.It's their money and this P1 i ,, programs
called the move unfair, and it did seem unfair to seemingly I of honest men who read this time they Intend to enjoy It. +

; reward a person for being delinquent in his obligations., However -:.paper; if you do not want to face They'll get something for it, even 'r--- 1 Treasure Hunt from the

the question was one of expediency, not fairness and an honest jury of twelve men, you though It'.',only a Joy-ride, and
to had better read the United States they won't all walk back, some of Chamber of Commerce store
x the commissioners cannot be condemned for the course they Postal law. regarding newspapers, 'em will really'fan in love with or any

chose. If their plan could have been carried out and vast acres come quickly forward and settle Miss Florida. and want to marry En
1 again placed, on tax books, who knows what happy days of your Juat debts. It Is the moneyor the girl and they'll build .a cozy .. or hotel on your arrival here.
:you go to Albany to make shoe little bungalow under.a palm, learn
1rRL I lowered assessments might have been ahead? for old Geronimo and his band of' how to make their own orange ------' joy nine big days of unforgettable
0 savage Indiana. Don't forget.,,delinquents wine, snag out .a black bass, eat "'

The resignation of J. F. Colley, accepted Tuesday by the that we mean business. avocado. dodge highway heifers _,_ -; =' : merriment Fun for all.
We have) worked .for our money democratic.
;n city council, leaves that body in the unprecedented position and we are going to have It or and vote -

: of being without a single holdover member. It la importantat know the reason why.

a time when preplexing problems confront our city gov- -
I Pens
From Other
And did those delinquent aub- I I -
jermnent, as they do our county, state and national governments scribers storm the office early next ,

p that a man experienced in city affairs, serve with the morning.to pay their bills Well _
"' just ask any old timer around Someone should Invent .a holiday JACKSONVILLE'S.F&LL
} I,4 new members. Many law-making bodies are foresighted
her.. He'll tell you'ClearwaterBide without the'day after or a night .. "-
enough to'provide for the holding over of a certain per cent of without Ui.- morning after. -

: their membership, and 'it is 'only through resignations that received for Starke 'Telegraph. You would
construction of post office ,buildIng bring up old reminiscence*.-UmaUUa FESTIVAL
equilibriw between the old and the new is upset. The four Tribune

remaining members of the council have the power to appoint a' .. .

i the fifth member and we call their attention tar W. L. 'Wall r>*le'' City -M adames ;J, C. The'way some people get all excited -

whose term recently expired and who was not a candidate Warren and M. O. Currl took over over present day bathing -** -.. October 1st to 9thPAGE
J ? cafe) and cold drink stand in s. EL suit one would think there was

for re-elestiom Coleman building. something to 'emu-SUrke Tele ,.. _. .. -..

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