Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: August 28, 1931
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04826
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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TE NEED OF Loan iiouncnl to National-Hy-Farm Association Bound TAXHow holiday last for Thursday this summer half TWO THRILLERS School Amount Mllluge: Stat Aid Indefinite AlIC't'rtltlm'Cl! Until EXTENSION OF

tr Washington, Aug. 21 The Nat- i comes on September 10th, I School board met Aug. 17, to let
TAX MONEY lonal Pecan marketlong associa- to collect $28,80961 In : giving two more half holi St&rke lost a hard fought game contract for heating Bradford STATE HIWAYS
taxes due Bradford days. The closing was some-.
tion, central sales county and the<
of the I :
agency < i here last Thursday to the Palatka County High School but after discussing -
pecan cooperatives with headquarters state from the Seaboard Air Line 1 what shorter this summer, i j i the proposition and considering -
in Is a problem facing tax officials the business houses beginning Pals through a few unnecessaryerrors i
{sources of revenue sough Jackson, Miss., today was I the bills, all bids were rejected BUN PiiNfHMl iMut: Hfwtlon Covers
this railroad failed their holiday the last and the beautiful playing
granted facility and effective having so far .
mer- I and the board decided to
the state legls- New Road Construction In
session of to to Thursday in May instead of
chandising loan commitments by pay Comptroller Amos the 'and batting of Oliver, who slammed make it repair Job, as they had
not for the purposeg $23.03543 due Bradford the first Thursday ,as' in I Thin Swtlon
were farm board.It $4- I out a home run In the fourth been advised that a satisfactoryJob
thj state more to spend was also announced the board 874.21 owing to the state. Mr, former years.Bradford. inning and a perfect sacrifice In could!. be had at much less ex- ,I

make up a growing deficit contemplates making an additional Private Citizen has already had to - the 12th inning scoring the win- pense. Several additional new state

inue derived from sources supplemental commodity loan fork over the amount assessed him, ning run.Speed The work on this Job will be begun 'roads or extensions of present! 4.

established Secretary ofA when the delivery season is under- else his property was sold August3rd Harvey pitched a beautiful aa soon as. satisfactory arrangements state roads in this section were

Gra told the Rotary way.This at public auction, but the Seaboard High game all the way through, Ion\ can be made for com-
{, ; being In the hands of provided by the last session of the
financial assistance the a receiver of after of
weekly lunchhe ing by score 3-2. strikingout pletion same.
.1 Its regular amount of which was not disclosed the tax collector is unableto school legislature, in bills passed by both
Floridan hotel, Tallahas- 14 of the visitors and givingup Tho fixing of millage for
Idnesday. Secretary Gray's the board said, "will enable this payment.tie up any rolling stock to force Opens 1931-32 only 5 safe hits Dancy of the purposes for the next year was die- houses. Connecting links between

lng taxation bad been new national cooperative to handle visitors, also had a hard fight. cussed and the matter deferred roads were provided In several Instances

led gar by members of the club. Increased deliveries that are ex- How this affects Bradford coun- Starke AB R II A 0 until next regular; meeting when Improvements to existing s

Itary Gray pointed out the pected from the 1931 pecan crop ty Is seen in a statement by Superintendent Term Monday Winters, 2b 50042 same will be ready for the county roads, and of these new roads to be
and to out the of Schools Griffis.
which bas carry organization' commissioners.
Tlous decrease Perryman, es 50001 built in the future when funds are 1
bown in the valuation of expanded merchandising pro- The school board owes approxi- Moore, 3b \ 6 0 1 4 1 The amount that the state will available are included the follow-
I property, caused, It is be- gram." mately ten thousand dollars, draw- Parks, c. 4 0 0 1 13 give to the counties for the eight ing a

I by the increasing burdens: Growers in nine southern states ing the legal rate of interest, and The 1931-32 session of Bradford RIckenbaker, lb 4 0 1 1 15 months. term of school has not Beginning at a point on state

I upon it. The sgal 1 estate established the association last under the law the board cannot County High School will begin Jones, cf 51000' been definitely decided as all the road 28 near Howard's corner and I

Ion of the state In 1926, year with 15 locals. It received borrow more funds until this old Monday, August 31st, according Redgrave, If 5 1 1 0 0 reports are not in the state office, running In southwesterly directionto
amounted to $623,500,000, about 3,000,000 pounds of pecans debt Is cleared. Of the $23.93542: to announcement by Prof. oS. S. Douglas, rf 50201 and until they have been calculated Intersect with state road 80.

tt 11929, dropped to $470,100.- from the 1930 crop to market co I the Soaboard owes the county, approximately Dowllng The opening exercises Harvey, p 50063 on this basis no one can state Authorizing state road depart-

I about 25 per cent, accord- operatively. There are now 24 locals ten thousand dollars will begin at 9 o'clock and will Totals v 43 2 5 16 36 what the milage will need to be ment to place curb and gutter of
Secretary Gray. During the with 3,000 grower memberswho I goes to the school fund, or an consist of devotional exercises con- for school maintenance. standard specifications along each

Lrlod personal property val- are expected to deltver more amount about equal to what Is ducted by one of our-pastors, and Palatka AB R H A 0 i side of state road 13 in the city of
than 10,000,000 pounds from this needed by the school board to wipe of talks by some of our Wells
J dropped from $93,300,000 I prominent If 60005 NEWS NOTES OFIiO,1IE Waldo and to pay all costs
year's production. their slate clean for another school citizens and school n Buck
about 51126
1200000, or per c and expenses thereof and providesthat
lAt the same time railroad year. After the exercises'are' over pupils Dancy, 2b-p BIOS ]1 WORKERS' same shall be done at'' the

legraph assessments were VANSICKEL QUITSCOACHING The other two railroads operat- will go to their room and Oliver, ss IS 1 1 2 1 same time road 13 shall be resurfaced ; "

od 1 from $69,200,000 in 1926 FOR MOVIES ing Bradford county paid their get their assignment for next day Cone, rf 5 0 1 0 1 The Hampton Senior Home from Gainesville' to the Bradford -
0000 In 1929 although thto taxes in full, the Southern and the, No session will be held Monday afternoon Pounds, 3b 4 0 0 2 2 I Demonstration Club enjoyed! avery county line.Commencing K

years have shown a deTin Jacksonville, Aug. 25.: Dale T. & J., or rather the Seaboard : the afternoon being used Hogeboom, lb 50011:! pleasant and profitable after- at a point on state /
this figure Secretary VanSickel, Florida's only All- paid the amount assessed the T. & by pupils to purchase! books and Wilkerson, p-2b 4012 ]1 noon, Tuesday at a call meeting of road 80 near Keystone Heights
Lid. American football star, In a letter J., as this line is owned by the Seaboard other supplies Since all''pupils Marvlck, cf 4 fO 0 0 4 their club. Basketry. was the thing where state road 80 crosses the 3;

Jhighest state millage within from Beverly Hills, Calif., to the Comptroller Amos made an will be registered this week and Totals 42 3 4 14 36 <->f most Interest. Some very love- Clay-Bradford county line and ex-

I years was made necessary Sports editor of the Florida Times- effort to get the Seaboard to pay with very few changes in faculty, Errors: : Winters, Perryman 4, ly baskets were created by the tending along the most practic-

lar on account of these rap- Union, announced yesterday that that portion of their tax assessedfor the: school Is expected to get down Oliver, Pounds, ; two base hits women. able route to Waldo to Intersect

llecltoing valuations, Mr he had definitely decided to quit school purposes several months to work promptly. Douglas, Cone; home runs, Oliver;: The September meeting pronv with state road 13 a
aid The millage then wasIn the coaching ranks to throw his lot ago but failed to get even this partof Patrons and friends of the sacrifice hit Klckenbaker Pounds;: lace"' to be one of very much inter Beginning at the city limits of

pointing out how the In with the moving picture game. the amount due. Railroad prop- school are cordially invited to at- bases on bulls off Wilkerson 1,' est. Salad and table setting fol- the city of Jacksonville In the vicinity -

In some counties had VanSickel, who was an assistant erty cannot be advertised for sale,, tend the opening exercises Monday off Dancy 1; struck. out by Wllker- lowed by refreshments will be their of what la known as the

,d Sir Gray compared Leons football coach at his alma mater as other property Is advertised, for morning and to visit the school at son 0, Dancy 5, Harvey 14; winning -' program for the afternoon. Lackawanna- section, thence run. .
millage of 68 1-2 witha last season, had signed a contractto failure to pay taxes when due, and any time during the yearOlilTUAItV pitcher, Dancy. Uippires Bur- Thursday, Miss Annie Laura ning In a southwesterly direction

county's 119, Glades coun- coach at Daytona Beach High officials have been advised they -- ney and Moore. Tucker of Hampton, Mills Mildred along the most practical route to
114 and Seminole county's School this season. He stated in cannot tie up the railroad to force Hundley of Starke and Miss Pearl an Intersection with. state road 13
Tiis.Iftary. the letter that he has forwarded I payment on account of the road The Palatka Pals scored another Jordan, home demonstration agent In the town of Maxvllle, Duval

Cray recounted the his resignation to Daytona Beach. being in federal receivership. victory over the Starke nine visited! the Alachua 4.11 Cl4bc county, to be known as "Gaines
eaten now revenue sources I Daytona Beach officials, who Although the amount the railroad The sudden and tragic end of the here Tuesday, after holding the .mp, which was held!. at Interlachen ville Short Route."

iii P gi<<;i. Jiir recent leg- previously had heard that Van owes the school fund is practically -' useful lives of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. visitors 1 to 1 up until the last camp. Amends Chapter 13321, Laws of
jj that publ)'shed esti- Sickel was considering staying in the.same as the amount the Rubinson causes us to pause in the half of that hard luck 13th inning,, The AhchUgirhl/ held their 4-11 1929, and designate a state roadto
iot UM\ j amounts they would California, anticipated his resignation school board owes, the difference I rush of affairs and sa.y l a word of and then by faulty playing, let In I county council and Miss Tucker,, be known as state road 148 ex-

In probably are too high.. several days ago and nameda comes In that the school board has appreciation In regard -to the subjects four more scores, so ,that settled president, and Miss Hundley, secretary tending from Oluatre, a distance of 1

teUry Gray stated that the substitute to act as head coach to pay interest and the railroad of this sketch. the argument as to who was goingto of the Bradford county 4-111 18 miles, being In a' southwesterly

mills date millage fixed forfit in case VanSickel failed to return. does not. Likewise, the railroadcan John Ezra Robinson, son of William win. council, had the honor of sittingIn direction to. road 49 at Lake Butler
really does not go for ad- The name of the alternate was not continue to operate without D. and Mary Parrish Robinson Perryman pitched a great game, at this council. The girls en- : s,

ration of the various state revealed. payment of the taxes, but it will was born April 17th, 1852, In allowing only 4 hits up to the 13th joyed a lovely luncheon and a swim Designates as a state road and }

.menu but is distributed to VanSickel In his letter said that require real management by Superintendent Sampson county, N. C. When a Inning, and then the visitors touched which helped to complete a very to be known as Knabb.'s. Highway,

which have little to do with he had Just finished a part in the GrlfTIs If the schoolsare young man he moved to Florida him for 4 singles and one two- pleasant, as well as profitable day. the road beginning at a point In

jfratlon of the administrative picture "The Spirit of Notre kept operating until assistance and on December let, 1878 he wan base hit, winning 5-1. Starke also The regular monthly meeting of the town of Macclenny, branching
meats of the state. Dame." He has other parts in comes from the state in the shapeof married to Miss Rhoda Highsmith, got 10 safe blows off of Davis the Woman's Home Demonstration off from state road 49, thence run-

division of this 4 7-8 mills isOwa sight and believes that he'can get new funds provided by the last to this union was born five chll- Dancy, who wpm both games from club was held at Hellbrnnn ning north for approximately three ;
: state school fund, 1 across. in the talkies. Mrs. Van- legislature. Iren. Several years after the Starke. school house Friday afternoon. I miles, thence northeast to the t'
islon fund 2 1-4 mills, stateof Sickel has Joined him in Beverly However, Bradford county death of his wife he was united In Starke. will play the Palatka Following the business wesulon, Georgia line, commonly known aa I

health 1-4 mill, live stocky HIll schools were operated last year for marriage to Miss Mollie Reridick! nine a double-header in Palatka on very Interesting reports were mad the steel bridge over the St. Mary's
board for tick eradication In "The Spirit of Notre Dame," their full terms without having to of Williston, the date of their union Labor Day.Palatka by the different women who attended river, wholly within Baker county. r

VI, prison fund 3-8 mill, and VanSickel takes the role of the charge tuition for pupils attendingthe being October 14th, 1911. During Starke An It II A 0 Farmers' Week at Gainesville Extending from Raiford to fctandersnn -

tt book fund 1-2 mill. Army captain In the game with last few months of the term, his long life Mr Robinson was Martin, cf 6 0 1 0 5 via Bowmanvllle; thence
the Irish eleven. He reports that a practice many counties in the engaged in the mercantile business Perryman, p 5 0 1 4 0 Miss Mary Kpown, state district extending by Lawt Conner's farmIn

he enjoyed the work very much state were forced to adopt to com- In Wllllston, Archer, Jacksonville, Wall, 2b 6 0 3 5 3 agent, from Tallahasseegave' avery I a northeasterly direction to Baxter t
Sf COUNTY JUDGE'S and had nearly the entire South- plete their terms, and Supt. Griffis and at the time of his death was Rlckenbaksr, Jb 4 0 0 0 19 Interesting and helpful talk. I ; and thence to Maniac bridge.

COUUTmonthly ern California squad on his side. expects to keep his schools open .partner with Mr. Albert Keen in'the Douglas, rf 6 0 1 1 3 The main point of her talk was the Extending from Sumner on state j

The game, he declares, did not require again this year without extra ex- bakery business in Starke. Mr. Parks, c 6 1 1 1 4 meaning of the word "Home Ui'i road 13 to Vista, Fowler Bluff,

much faking but was playedin pense to school patrons. Robinson was a member' of the. Hurney, 3b 6 0 0 :2 I 1 onRtra tlon." Janoy, to Intersect with state road t
term of county real football fashion. It is a Baptist church and of the Masonic I I Moore, SS 5 0 2 4 0 Mills Pearl<< Jordan gave a very 64 In Levy county.

cult court this week resembled reproduction of last season's Notre SHERIFF JONES MIKES order. lie possessed a personality kM, 1f 3 0 1 0 4 Interesting talk on the construction Authorizes survey of a road to
court In number of per- Dame-Army tilt, which Notre ARRESTS! UNION COUNTY that made friend and was knownto Harvey, If 2 0 0 0 0 of baskets. of native material be designated an a state road from 5
"tesdlng the trials and indisposed be of a kindly disposition, helping Totals 49 1 10 17 39 and reed. Baskets of the reed and
Dame won, 7 to 6. -- a point at or near Dinsmore to run
of Eleven cases It Is probable that Van Sickel Sheriff Joe Jones, Jr., and Dep- his fellowman and always an pine needle were displayed. Following north and west on a direct line

"ompletedn and up to Wednesday soon will go to|an acting school fora uty Sheriff W. A. Pierce Tuesday asset to his community.Of AB R II A 0 this the demonstration of through the counties of Nassau,
!' Thursday morning few months. night arrested Roland Hodges and near relatives the deceased Stanley, 2b 6 0 0 2 3 making the baskets was given and Baker and Columbia to a point on d
opened to with three casesed Van Sickel gained his greatest Wesley Pringle on the Olustee- leaves three children: Mrs. J. F Buck, c 6 1 1 2 3 26 lovely baskets were made. the Florida state line near St. d
come L. C. Clem- The hostesses, Mrs Jones, Mrs.Jeff .
I James up fame as a Florida football player Lako Butler road, and Sheriff I Colley, Starke; C C. Robinson, Chatam, sn 6 1 11 4 : George, Ga., to conect with a state
(I with Holllngsworth, bothI In 1928 when he was named on the Jones arrested Wednesday Jeff 'Rochester, N. Y.; and Mrs. Maude Oliver, lb 6 1 2 0 17 I Underhill, Misses Allle Pat- road! now being built by the state. '
qherts reckless driving, and associated Press, Grantland Rice Hodges on the highw y near Glen Lowman of Tampa. Sisters: Mrs Cone, cf 5 1 1 0 4 : tee and Rosa More, served a delicious of Georgia from Valdosta south n

Cases, charged with selling I and other All-American teams. He St. Mary and play J them In Jail M. C. Hall, Ocala; Mrs. C. J. Wever Farnell, rf 3 0 0 0 2 i ice course. via Fargo. 1d
tried Tuesday andy also made all Southern honors as for Union coual.; on a charge of Ocala; Mrs L. A..Carter, Jack- Pounds, 3b 6 0 3. 4 2 The Senior Home Demonstration .
Col. Floyd Green I 1929. tak- Wells, If 6 0 0 1 2 Club of Theressa, are very HTAKKK GHOVr NO. 278
> an end in 1928 and stealing cattle. fond they were sonville One brother: Mr. W. H.
McFaahlon the county, were: Tho Gainesville athlete was regarded en to Lake Butler Wednesday night Robinson, Jacksonville.Mrs. Dancy, p 4 0 0 6 1 much pleased! with the results of HOLDS MEETING

selling as the handsomest man on by Sheriff Brannen and Deputy Mollie Robinson, wife of J. Marvlck, rf 2 1 1 0 1 their all-day working bee Satur -
guilty: $25 and costs IIquor'l every grid squad he ever adorned. Roberts of Union county. E. Robinson, was born June 24th, Totals 51 6 8,19, 39 day.One Members of Starke Grove No. Nt

Williams Jeff Hodges and son, Roland, are 1878, near Williston, Florida. She Errors Chatam 2, Pounds 2, of the vacant school rooms, 278 held their regular meeting
selling liquor, PENALTY* ON OCCUPATIONAL resident of Union county, while was the daughter of T_ T. and Sal- Wall 2, Burney 2, Moore 2; two whose walls were very much Tuesday night In the W. O. W. hall. ;
guilty, $25 and costs or 90 LICENSES Pringle Is a resident of Baker coun- lie Reddick. Mrs. Robinson was a base hits Parks Buck; sacrificehits marked, wan made very cheerfulby Promptly at eight o'clock the

ty. Shelton Hodges, also wantedon member of the Baptist church, wasa RIckenbaker, Perryman, painting the walls and floor. meeting was opened and the social -
Parrish, selling liquor, took steps at the at Pounds Marvick: bases on With its new curtains and repainted candidates invited In and
The legislature the same charge Is still large. devoted wife and I homemakerfor I Dancy, were
guilty: $25 and costs of 90 furniture It will be.a attractive 'I f
last session to secure the paymentthis Sheriff Jones states that seven her husband, his children and balls, off Dancy 1; hit by pitcher, very taken through the social honors of t1
year of occupational license bides have been discovered, threeof grandchildren. The. deceased : by Dancy 1, Perryman 1; double club room. our order.
Starling .
petit larceny; taxes with less delay than formerly which have been Identified. Two leaves only one near relative, her plays Wells, Buck Pounds, Chat- During the business session it [
guilty Sf. $10 and costs or 90 granted through the impositionof belonging to E. Dobson of Olustee, mother, Mrs. Sallie Reddick of am; struck out by Perryman 5, by OWNER OF OAK HELD was voted that Starke Grove senda ;L

*Green,Johns, attorney I II a 25 per cent penalty. These and one to N. H. Hurst of Glen St. Cedar Key. Dancy 1; umpires Hogeboom and LIABLE; FOR ACTS OF box of canned fruit to our home I

I a selling M. liquor; found taxes are due Oct. 1st of each year Mary Macclenny Press In an automobile crash, on Au- Wooten. I'EHNON WHO ItUNH' IT for aged members! and to the or-
ryYila Johns attorney. have been collected phan children from Florida. The a
and hitherto gust 11th, the lives of this couple
nk ,
J assault and bat- ) FUOM MAKKKTHM The Florida court
without any . RETURNING supreme box will be sent Saturday. New
I ound not : throughout the year Change Blue nun Hrhcduto came to an untimely end, and on
'. guilty. Knight &' penalty. This procedure has been 'Northbound: 8:51 a. m, 1:21: p. August 13th their bodies were -r-- agreed with a young woman's contention members and visitors were called
and all licenses not paid 8:00 a /. and Mrs. N. Sternberg'will that she had a legal claim on to give talks in which each re-
Urhan) changed, m., 4:15: p. m, 8:21: p. m., broughtto Starke and buried side
reckless operating sub- return this week-end from the for damages against her friend'sparents
I"obI!e by October 10th each year by side at Crosby cemetery. Funeral sponded. ;
on highway; found not of 25 percent m.Southbound markets of New York and Baltimore when she received InjuriesIn .
>* M ject to the penalty : 9:34: a. m., 11:34: a. services were conducted by 1
Johns, attorney. is where have been for automobile accident while he JULY
j collector they CONSUMITION j js
'wti additional. The tax m., 4:34: p. m. 7:34: p. m, 12:47: a. Rev. G. P, Raymond, assisted by
McCoy, embezzlement delinquents by the past ten days buying fall and was driving his mother's car. -
ue Ie September terrt. mall. the Krauan Funeral winter line of goods for the store. The cane was appealed from Polk For the month of July, Bradford }
Hap registered charge were
cursing*?!; motion to Home of Jacksonville and DeWItt Mr. Sternberg expects to set a new county where the circuit court had county used a total of 81,217 gallons -
warrant granted and defend- NOT SELL MUMCII'AL: CARD OF THANKSI low level of prices on quality merchandise refused! the chum of Miss Delouise of gasoline, as compared with
I<; WILL C. Jones of Starke. The funeral
;, arged. E. M. Johns, at- PLANT was attended by a large crowd of from the purchases he Green for damages against Mr. and 76,723 gallons during June, ac-
'Ie wish to thank my friends for who brought a wealth of has been able to make during this Mrs. James T. Miller, parents of cording to the monthly report, Issued -
Rowe and people
assault and battery; has been circulatedthat their expressions of sympathy trip. the young man who was her suitor. by the inspection bureau, de-
not A report beautiful flower to their
Suilty E. M. Johns at- council contem- for the floral offerings during the express The supreme court reversed the decision partment of agriculture. For the
present .
plant. The illness and death of my mother, sympathy.The CARD OF THANKS! of the Polk county court. state totals were 19,632.343: gallons a
the power G. W, Alderman
bent selling pallbearers were: -
plates .
MOOdy, selling to the Mrs. Mary A. Wynn.Mr. The court in Its decision and
liquor opposed supreme for July 17,840,272 gallons y
been so E. S. Mat-
council has L. G. Powell),
ty. Malcolm: Williams, that they provided W R. Wynn. I wish to thank my friends for affirmed Its former ruling which for June. Duval county lead
ey. sale of the plant thews, W. J. Epperson, J. V. Klck-
charter that no sale their expression of sympathy and was that the owner of a motor vehicle the state with 2,691,400 gallons,
in our new liter, and L. A. Davis.
made without a vote of Arcadia Arcadia Music< Store especially for the floral offeringsat is liable for the acts of an- with Dade and Hlllsbofough following .
Births could moved to new quarters In Schloss-: the death of my sister, Mrs. other person who operates the car with more than 2,000,000 t'

-- the people.It iJI therefore quite clear that berg t Arcade. Tarpon Springs Royal Theatre Mary A. Wynn.J. 'with the consent of the owner and gallon each. Reports of gasoline f

and Mr". W. T Toils is a deliberate falsehood Sarasota Scott Appleby received reopened under new management W. Andrews, Br., and family. the knowledge of what It is being used In this immediate section. I,
t 23rd. eon, this rumor Idle prattle of some- contract for construction of liter being renovated. used for. This liability extends to credited Alachua with 461.431 's,

Mrw: It. or the Ignorant of toe laws new business block on Main street. Jacksonville J.B. Cox receive Fort Myers: -.Mr. and Mr. InVited guests in the car.. rations for June 470,397 for July i
kid 1.. is
Auguat 23rd.b..AMn. one'rwho his own town, Vero Beach Nrvlna Fruit Co., Mt $2,339 contract for alterations Scott'Weaver constructing tourist If you loan out your car and the Baker, 80,103 June; 51,699 ,July; v

::: J.L F. Wlluantson governing C. F. Hoover, plan construction of 150,000 citrus md addition to Loretta school camp at point three miles north of person who get it Is Injured you Clay, 66,823 June, 61,416 July; Un- .

a, August 26th. Chairman of City Council fruit packing plant bulJdtn,. town. are liable for the Injury. Ion 51,783_ June, '44,617 July. .


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dry season
the teachings of Jesus the Christ whose words fit Into every fold and rrevlra whose home at Jerusalem Jesus ate face contamination from the beginning
j of the human heart and of whom it wai said in John 7:48,"NEVKR: MAN the last passover. He travelled waiting to be made useful lands appear that in a wet time are

j l I h hAI SPAKE LIKE Tills MAN." with Saul and Barnabas to Perga,. when needed by man. A cast cavern submerged without the Interference 9'"c'r

,AI Pastors of Bradford and Union rountlwi are Iniltrd to mo. this department but left them and returned to Jeru exists beneath the surface of of man--lIke seasons state are with-observable -

for news of church actltltletv, organizations and announcement salem. When starting on their: the state which is supplied with throughout the

;4 *. Space freely given and no charge mud_the only requirement second missionary tour Barnabasand water from the higher country In out becoming so extreme. Here is ;

) bring that such Item reach thin office before Wednesday morning Saul quarrelled about making Georgia and this excess of rain : another great drain on our subterranean !

tLt, otherwise they rnnnot be> handier for current Ifwtue.. John and tney separated, Barnabas I beyond the needs of vegetation I water supply although the ,,.n P

.. taking John with him and Sau 1 I and the soil flown through the cavern flow of these waste pipes into the .

\\ him. For a year the two great taking Silas. Afterward Saul to the seat! It is from this reservoir sea and the Everglades cannot' be

SUNDAY SCHOOL I I preachers labored together not (Paul) requested the help of John 'that our wells are suppliedand measured-some of the springs

,' .L I LESSON I and later John wrote the gospel ol the flow Is lifted into the air doubtless burst Into the sea so far t nwY
only the Jews who spoke:
II I among Mark probably with the aid and by the pressure behind it. Into the depths that they have not
Aramaic but also those who
i r, ,'lr i I; among direction of Peter. But the provision great as it is, even been noted. r {
Greek. It at Antloch to
spoke was
In the church at Antioch there cannot be Inexhaustible. Not only Passing through the earth some
+ AUGUST SO 1931
1 4 FOR that the followers of Christ were
of thaaa waters have taken a
wero five leading "prophets and the-great and little springs of the
tl first called "Christians. a word teachers" including Barnabas and state are supplied but It is well change of character from the earthor
'k l Subject: The Mission to Cyprus. used as a nickname like "MethodlBt" 9 >4jbk .,I As
'N rocks-some are tainted with
Saul known that other rise
Golden Text: "I am not ashamed springs
or "Puritan but has becomethe
., "As ministered to the Lord the sulphur some with Iron and some '
where burstIn
they along coast
ire ,; p''% of the gospel of Christ; for It Is noblest and most honorable of they t-a' '- '
and fasted the Holy Ghost said calm weather above the surface are thought to be so distinctly < 1 the power of God unto salvation to all names. "\\5.i
; ( T everyone that belleveth." Rom. 1-: The history of the Christian Separate me Barnabas and Saul of the sea and gulf-the latter medicinal serving as agents in the ," '. I. : \ .< ;' "

19 church during its first hundred for the work whereunto I have statement being' received by the' cure of rheumatism and other dis- :. ," .,.?. '..... .t'. .. ,.i.. :.t'1.' ,<.<.:: ("
l called them. visitor with until demon- eases to which flesh is heir-It is 'Y ,, ,.. '., <<< I
surprise .. (
Lesson Text: Acts 12:25: to 1312. i has been called tale of t' *, v. 'I.
years a *
P q So they being sent forth by the trationa disarms doubt. Add to to be expected that this would be :; ,!{'!,;I. ; r .. .
Introduction: "The capital of the three cities -- Jerusalem Antioch, ( ;l. .'... : @ '. ,
: Ghost unto Selecu- thin the so. Sometimes several springs occur / t Holy departed demand constantly increasing
o/ < .
Roman of
t 1 province syria was the and Rome. The tale of Jerusalemas !t<\" ? ; ;< .f'J{ '; \ i "
great city of Anttoch, situated at the center of the Christian ac- cla; and from thence they sailedto made by our cities, towns In close proximity whose waters "" ".f'.j!$>J. J..r'I ".;!..' ".; .I' . : > < ,
Cyprus." and counties and it must be ad- are clearly distinct In composition : "
the northeast corner of the Mediterranean tivity for fifteen after the i: ? 1 ": '"t "
:( ''P the Orontes years From Seleucla on the main land mitted that the supply will finally and character and this is also !I . ." .t j{< ; .1;
on .
river ascension of Jesus, : we have now '(\t.T..: ". ;,, < '
,i 4 20 miles from its mouth. The city I finished and today we take up to Salamis on the island of Cy- be exhausted--already the experts to be observed in other states. :;>"'.'\. '.. ". '),-:-' .' '. 'fo '''' .fiofIf'-f'I'' '"'T"(1.t: ,
.t was founded about B. C. 300 prus was about 125 miles. have warned Jacksonville that her When the great well was bored 1'n'< .. '. !#1J.; .(4Va ):...
q', by the tale of Antloch.: Hitherto the "J"".:"... ",,Jt>,{ ./ .. J.j 1' 1.v' :'.." 'r
f t "At Salem the of to supply the Putnam House in Pa- ; "
Seleucus Nlcator and named after Jews with a few exceptions have they preached day want is approaching. The ': J:'. '" .: .o. f
word of God m' the of need will be felt latka the drill suddenly dropped into .. ''.0'. to,4:1'-., .
his father Antlochus. Many of the been the only believers In Jesus as synagogues gradually but it is ', .I >: .

Christians who were driven from the Christ; now the gospel Is carried the Jews; and they had also John now near enough to demand attention vacancy and the flow that Immediately ___h ___..;.....:, ._ ".-"w ';' ."' .. . ..... ....-.............. .. "
to: their minister" -the time is followed was so great *- nndllnl
Jerusalem by persecution went as to the gentiles in Antloch and coming when i
i far as Antloch and began tf thence to the great cities of Asia Why did Barnabas and Saul'goto Florida will need reserviors for that restraint was difficult, Following -

well and Barnabas went from. Just before the date of this lesson .i about Christ? do her sisters. the surface at several points states each year conic from, the Lake St John dulrj

;x Jerusalem to aid in the there was a drouth add famine One writer says "As Christianity An able engineer after careful within the vicinity-This was explained Northern photograph show. picker .

fr'' k' ', Christianity grew and he work'j and the poor In the church of Jerusalem -I sprang from Judaism the Jews study of all the data available has by showing that It could er -- f* M"* h"'rteto t.>-.. ,.'." '" fAr "r"-, '" ,.. "P limn I

,, Tarsus for Saul to come to suffered much. The mem- furnished the most likely field for expressed 'the opinion that rainfall occur that portions of the flow had

Christian missions" Experience on the great Everglades is not been diverted into crevices that

1,1 y LIST 01. QUALIFIED VOTERS has proven however that Gentiles 'sufficient for the requirements of found passage through exists of TRAIN SCHEDULE Ft. Pierce '- Rebuilding

t& have been more easily converted to vegetation during the dry season- least resistance when the main I Road No. 8 from Klsslnuw

A Christianity. They travelled west- that if that area is reclaimed provision flow was confined. Doubtless such Effective Sunday, August 9th bridge to this place distance

Auelln H. Andrews. J. W., $r. Alvarez. Annie ward through the island of Cyprusto must be made for the demands side Issues are found in the area' schedule changes' and trains will miles under way.Hollywood. .

Alvares. J. M. Alderman n. W. Mdurman T. J. the City of Pophos the Roman of crops to be planted. But surrounding our great springs and run as follows: Local streets
Adklna A. Z.
Alvares. A. 1. Adklna Alderman. Lois Uora Alderman May bell Deputy Governor's residence. He he had no data for estimating the this would account for the marshy No. 107, southbound due Starfce repaired.

"called for Barnabas and Saul and volume of the springs distributed character that usually characterizethe 10:40: a. m. Tampa Poinsettia Dairy'

D desired to hear the word of God." throughout that territory-undoubtedly lands of the vicinity. No.1. southbound due Starke, ucts Inc., remodeling bulldlit

I1rownl., H. L. )Raladen! Ida Tfoyd. J. O. But a Jew named Bar-Jesus or there are many because If these demands made upon the 10:35 p. m. ner of Florida avenue and!
Hronke Albert JI"k.lman., ) Au..u.tlull"n.. J. J. No. 108, northbound due Starke
Brown Wm. Hxleden Ho.a Ilarlt'oot, 1'. M. Slymaa, "withstood them seekIngto they are often encountered by explorers subterranean reservoir should fin- streets at cost of approsn
Hlshup Itigga. 10)H.1.A.. Hrnwnlae. JoUa Baleden Addle. turn away the deputy from the but nobody could count ally deprive us of such wonders as : p. m. 100000.

Itrinaon T. A. Itlshnp Hesalsy, NlnlL O. I.. Bnleden 14utord. .H.W,C.W. faith." them--many; are doubless concealed Silver Springs Wakulla Weklva 6:10 No.2. northbound due Starke Lake Worth Federal b h-:

Jronk.. Bertha Beasley' UertrudeCrewe Then Saul (who'also is called under the aquatic plants of the and others, Florida would lone one : a. m. ,through this city to point! st t

C Paul) * said; 0 full of all sub- region as evidenced by the currents of its most attractive features but Wannee Branch intersects the Dixie higlm
til and all thou child of observed. A No. 101 leaves Starke 7 a. m. Lantana widened.
ty mischief study of the data we hope this won't occur. Other
Crulchtleld. A. S. Cha. Canova Polley. Lydia Eunice (("anova'arlutun,J.Fred J. the devil thou enemy of all right- proves conclusively that the region states may boast of their warm No. 102 arrives 2:40: p. m.
: T. J. Griffin
Colley. J. nt. Card, E, B. Carpenter,; Myrtle. eousness. spring and hot springs but we are Agent.
( '
'arpenter D. P. ( ,rpenlnll' .1. E. -
"Chace Lela n. l'anova Finrence! E. Crows. Maudd Behold the hand of the Lord is glad to know that Florida is not
(;'hrtsly: C N. Clerk: It. F. Canova Levy upon thee and thou shalt be blind how great things he hath done for near enough to the fires of the Interior Closing of Mail S...?
Corpenjng{ ; fluids. Cisrk: ':;;'anarby. not seeing the sun for a season. you. 1 Samuel. 12: 24. for this-our springs supplus f' Train No. 107, south 10:20: a. m.

Train No. 108, north 5:20: m.
D And immediately there fell on hima with palatable waters except p.

I A. M. mist and a darkness; and he went SAXTON when they are distinctly medicinaland Night malls close 6 p. m.
Darby Annie
nowlinI&. 8. S. Starke
na"I". 1.. A. Buvls. It .1. l'auK'h..rt. W. m. about seeking some to lead him by more valuable. Benjamin' &: Bell Branch: iA t \
LJarby.llavl.. Lee Ida Perryman IPevla. l.uclll Dowling. Dellat the hand. Regular preaching services every Harrison in Times-Union. Mall closes 7 a. m.
1. Davis. Laura
LJunlla". A. E, Mall arrives 2:40
first and third : p. m.
Our sins find and Sunday of earn
usually us out ----.--
E we pay the penalty. month Rev. W. B. Christy of Law-, ;0'S:'

1lpperaon W. J. Epperson Lonna Ewardll, Jo.eDhln "Saul" was the Hebrew form of tey Methodist church in charge. A: Blue Bus Schedules
the name and "Paul" was the cordial Invitation extended the pub: Uncle Sam's Trade Southbound-9:31: a. m., 11:31a. : Read

F Roman form. lic. tf. : m., 4:01: p. m., 6:31: p. m., 12:14: you

Finch C. A. Fernandes Eva Fracas Annl. Then the deputy when he saw With Chile a. m.
"Futch HS 1 Growing 20t
Y.! Fraaee J. 1. Furd (. W.Orlttln. what was done believed being astonished PRESBYTERIAN 1 Northbound: O a. m., 1:23: p. tic

S G at the doctrine of the I m., 4:07: p. m., 7:53: p. m., 4:43: a.

1'g' T. J. Green May E. Orlll". A. J. Lord. Regular service both morning I Our Manufacturer Supply m.Tickets Only her rwpr w .. eeI

S IIr..n. W. H. IIr.en. A. 11. brittle, Anada. The deputy governor might have and evening will be resumed Sunday -1 and information at tai Ir..r poUdoo
Urlnlll, Mlnnl. E. Oreen, Fannie One-third of Imports Smith's Service Station Mo* > .d.Ire! Um nAn a
Uaasutt Pate been astonished at Elymas being August 31st at 11 a. m. and next to
tea wtMi Ite,a.5 *S
II made blind. When converted he 8 i p. m., as the minister Geo. A. to That CountryChile courthouse. ......cast were r er mtafa.l

"astonished at the doctrine of U>wry, D. D. and family have returned .
lronvar.. (. was
F. ilnyes. C. n. Hal.lop. F. C. --k'w l.. Iwnw rilIr .+
hoover, J. C, ]Indqas the could from a very delightful vacation From now until tall Is the best
Lord which sin-
Ilolilnxewnrth. Llade' save a Is ...
U 'a'm. : \ one of Uncle Sam's best gated hale p.lrp..eti.
Ilaynea. 0. L turd, Mull, Marla trip spent with relatives in time of year to cull
ner like himself. your poultry tea .... .-, .
Itemlnlfway F. O. hoover 1<:lIa customers according to the V, S. -
lrumphrey. n; 8. 1tamrl..k. R. F. Ilayes Ann Ruby e M. the mountains of northern Ten- Department of flock. If you need help call the I. r hdr. ,e. d'rt ... a
Jla,... N. W. Hoover Della. Hoover Don nenessee near Maryville. The doctor Commerce. Thirty- county agent. .....,......... ... wi
1I0It88ndo't. C. S. Haynea, Hope hart. W. H. WEEKLY SERMONETTE Mrs. Lowry and little daughter three cents of every dollar she a'eIIJ wharf ..eiiatl.aHAROLD ..
spends abroad comes to the
I ', are In the best of health and States. In 1929 Miami Beach Tropical Homes C. %Vfil V
this amounted
to ,
1nman. Vonda Inman: O. M. Peace Uhlch runneth, Understanding hope to see all of their friends and sixty million dollars or more than .Inc., ?received contract for construction -

members of the congregation next of $60,000( John Strongman INSURANCESTARKE
J John 14:27.: Jesus said: Peace I Sunday residence at Indian Beach.

Johns,of. f" Johns. R. n. John.. Thelma leave with you my peace I give Largo-W. B. Meares opened FLOBWI
Johnll. A. H. Johna, E M. Juhns. Carl unto you; not as the world glveth BAPTIST fish market. I .
J..nkln A. O. Johns. 1':11.: F.
Juhnaon W. N.
Johns. 11'. U. Johns. Llasl. F. give I unto you. Let not your heartbe -.--.

troubled neither let it be afraid Sunday 10 a. m., A. J.

AK John 16:33.: These things I have Thomas supt. Only 75 present last 1 1t I1lYWIi1wii: } .II'( WlIbIJm)1 l ! 1(}

Kite David )1nlaht C. Knight Mrll. H. V. spoken unto you that in me ye Sunday. Come.
Klee Ja. Kendrick, T. N.
t i" Kirkllter. J. F. Knight ('lara Mae Klekliter Pit. 1. might have peace. In the world ye Worship at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.

tall Klekllter, 1. W, Knight U. V, shall have tribulation: but of good We expect Mrs. Peelman secre-

i I.I"'II'.r..r..nJ cheer; I have overcome the world. tary of the W. M. U. for Florida to

U. E. Lnrd..7. H. Prayer: I will sing yea. I will address the morning congregation.The ;:.' PRICES SLASHEDWe
Iewla. Hannie E.
'?..evltoJ./. / hnnl JoJva sing praises unto the Lord. pastor will be preaching In the
Lon.. '1'. T. I..wl. N. U.Morgan Gainesville Baptist church at 11 a. w

m., but will be at home for the evening
UAILV IU1SLK KKADINGS service. Announce
J. 'Y'. Marr. fills M'oy. Starling ay
I\Ilddleton. W. F1. alalphureWm., lIIclue Itarn..y -
Middleton Nola Matthews, Ii.: S. August 28 l'UOOn.UI
Morgan! Vida V Manning! J. C. Effective Aug. 25th Drastic Reductions
u t? ,
Magnify the Name- O magnify ast
The New River Fifth
N e the Lord with me and let us Sunday {
Meeting August 29-30th at in the price of all
Newaom n. A.
exhalt His name together.-Psalm
ley Lake Baptist Church.
34: 3. I'lngs-I 1 c-
o Saturday, Aug. 29th
August 29
a -
Osborn 8. n. 10 a. m. Devotional O. PURINA CHOWSSAME

Sin Separates Your Iniquities mond. '__' .m_..__.
p have separated between you and Address "The Co-operative

Phllllpll, FJmlly S. Pnkln.. Warren Parker.. Ella: your God. and your sins have hid Work of Our Denomination" Dr. Unloading Cargo. American Made
Powell ('Ana J. Pra'h.r. 'W. C. his face from that he will not Locomotive In Valparaiso' Chile HIGH QUALITY
you Brittaln substitute.NoonRefreshments..
I'ark., W. B. ..rk.. itthal, R.Quhrley. or
hear.-Isaiah :59: 2.August.
double the amount ipent In any
Q SO 1:30: p. m. Devotional-Rev. H. other country. Chiles Imported 42 More Eggs--16 Extra Quarts Milk

J. T. Qullr'.Y.' Mlnnl. W. Trust and Waver Not: Trust In Swain. goods amounted to $41 per capita::

R the Lord with all thine heart; and Business-Roll Call. that year. (In each Checkerboard Bag)

lean not unto thine own under Address on our The principal products
paper by Editor purchased
Robin.nn J. C. nay. Olive At, .
standing. Proverbs 3 0.
: Solomon. from the United
Rlteh U. C. 1lay. ('arrle A. HIt'h. Evelyn States Included cotton
Itobin.on Vera Meddlah 18am Allo. August', 31 Exegesis of Matt. 13: 33Rev.F. fabrics automobiles trucks, You can now buy the Best for Less

A Cure for the Blues 0 my M. Taylor. Caroline and Iron and iteel manufactured

S God my soul Is cast down withinme Sunday Aug. 30th products. Since these and
Stump F. F. ,. Rternb"rK'. 011881. SlIoo1l:. D. 1.r : Therefore do I remember thee. other
Rt..rnb..rll'. N. NI"trllnk, .1". Shnmun. J. L. 10:30: a. m. Devotions-Rev. C. many products are manufac- ASK USWE
Nlstrunk' O. br. RI.lrllnk Clara ....PI'.1. 14. ... -Psalm 42: 6. A. Crosby. tured In thin country In excess of
Hweat ll. C. lIump. 8eulq .'. A. September 1 11-OO the home .demand, the
: Sermon developmentof
Napq 'W. I\r. i'lIlco> J. 1. .. a. m. -Rev. S. S.
Hmllh. E. H. "Smith Heatrlce Guard Your Thoughts Finally Proctor; alternate Rev. L. W. market In other countries Is essential WILL SURPRISE YOU

brethren whatsoever things are Klckliter. to the future prosperity of

T true whatsoever things are honest Noon-Refreshments.. our country.In .

Truby, S. M. Tiaon Sallie Taylor So..phln. whatsoever thing. are just whatsoever 1.30 Business exchange for the products sold
Thomaa.. )oJ. I\r. Thoman .1. F. : p. m. and Roll Bradford Farmers
Thomas. U. 1. Thornton W. 1'1. things are pure whatsoever Call continued. to Chile the United States bought County

things are lovely. whatsoever Devotions-Rev. L. G. Heming raw materials principally copper to '
U things are of good report; of therebe be converted Into manufactured

}r S 1.10. John Vglow Loulae any virtue, and It there be any way.Program by Baptist Children's products and nitrate of soda to he Supply CompanyStarke

V praise think on these things. Home of Jack nvUle. used by farmers In producing profitable

Philippians 4:8.: Instruction Brotherhood crops. Governments of both
on Tithing by
''i V. Vlnln. D. 1. countries
September 2 Jacksonville. actively encourage this Florida
t'' w A Nation's Greatness Righteousness exchange of trade. Our commerce ,

Week. W. T. Wltllama, Annett White. Ina exalteth a nation: but sin SERVICES AT URAIIAM officials hare shown that American Better Freds letter' Service

i Walnwrlfht. N. D. vTllMame, Nat Wall. Murla is a reproach to any people.Proverbs. .- manufacturers can enlarge their
Wall. W. U Wiggins. Orle' Winkler Auetln markets In
South America.
14: 34. Rev. W. T. McGuire will Nearly
White, O. W White, Noble Ray \Vllllame, Uertruil preachat
White. O. P. William. T. 8. September' S Graham Saturday night and all these countries have raw products The Store with the Checkerboard Sign it; (Ha
Wllllame, n. J. tl. C.
Wall. to
Consider Great Things Fear Sunday 11 a. m., and 7:30 p. m. exchange for the goods we

Y the Lord and serve Him In truth Everyone invited to attend these produce. .. e :
Young. IL n. Young. :Jeannette with aU your heart; for consider I services. .mw r ?1 Q

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for the oiling and sanding of 23 J Lake City-In the opinion of rived-In Washington by airplane /

miles of city streets. The Robert H. McDowell, manager of the four yesterday. He planned to confer

News of Florida In Short Paragraphs Q. Lasstster company was given plants owned and operated by I: with United States Senator Dun- I -:- Do You Know ? -:- flil/;
can U. Fletcher and Herman Dann,
the contract for furnishing and applying Swift & Co., In the southeast, cen- member of the soldiers home committee (JN(. Atfltt* ,..) 't

oil at a cost of $7327. TheM tral and upper Florida, will show today before filing the doc-

F. Comer uments. Members of the committee N'YY
Foundation companygot a greater increase In hog and cattle -
LIVE STATE NEWS the contract for supply sand raising within the next year here said the only detail remaining :

LJ I at a cost of $3740. The work is to than has ever been shown by another before ,the government 1 bC.
start Immediately. section In the south during a contract Is completed was accep- d 3 M F
similar period of time. The Moul- tance of the title. The site was r n a 1

Tampa-Officials of the Regen-I, trie packer who bas just returned purchased: jointly by the city of
TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES berg Cigar company Tampa, an-' from a visit to Gainesville Ocala, St Petersburg and the county of
nounce that the new addition to Live Oak and several other points, Pinellaa at a cost of $200,000., The

the company's factory on "Seventeenth states that hog and cattle raisIng; tract includes 800 acres, of which a {
Beach Entry of at 1 the stables at a total cost of $225- street and Michigan avenue already is a big business In some 13 300 are submerged under Boga rp 0 I InN'

I na the 150-mile auto- 000. will be completed and turned over Florida counties. Celga bay, an arm of the Gulf of .
cars in Mexico. Financial details provided -
speed- to the company by contractors In a -
race on the beach Sanford-Itinerant peddlers and few days. Completion of the new i Tampa-i'Me no understand," for the city to pay its share

Labor Day i. a certainty. magazine solicitors who have been addition will give the Rogenberg muttered red headed Bill :Marchsailor with collateral owned by It. The

reported as having fleeced several company the largest cigar factoryin essaying a broken Italian county paid with cash and collateraL -' ; N
__Hogs and corn, peanuts Florida, adding 25,000 square accent, before Judge Tom Watkins, $ r.It .
for the local persons by accepting cash as in "No da
stables are better feet of floor space. police court here. aplkka' x4
farmer these dayston down payments for merchandise or English," said Bill. But appear- Panama City Captain Wallace

county magazines supposed to reach the HaInes City Some of Haines ances were against him. "You say Caswell, Jr., J. E. Churchwell,
and tobacco. buyer at a later date, were made City's champlpn fishermen have you're still drunk," demanded his Bowden Harries, movie operator,

fromrk the objects of a city ordinance, designed decided it Is too hot to sit out in honor. "No, yer honor," protested and others, made a trip out on the
pn springs-Parties to curb their activities. the sun and "rake 'em In," and be- the sailor, forgetting his Italian gulf the other day to get some
will complete the f Inanf sides it would be much more en- accent, "I-didn't say that. I said moving pictures of the "whopping"

f a corporation to engage :Miami-The Florida National joyable to sit in the shade and tell er-er-I don't speak the English sharks that play around outsidethe

L production here and an- Bank and Trust company, newestof about past piscatorial experiences, language." "And this you're speak- bay After being out about

pent that there are big pos the DuPont banking systems In! so they have formed a "liar's club," ing now is Hebrew, perhaps," said two hours, they cruised up to a
in it.onvllle. Florida, opened here with deposits through which they can have all the judge. Marsh Is spending ten school of these monsters of the
estimated by Benjamin S. Weathers of the fun of coming home'With a days working for the city. deep swimming about apparently

Dr. Stewart J. at $1,125,000. This is at least nice string, minus the work of looking for their breakfast. After -
feoioglst of Washington, DInducting half a million dollars more than catching them.Okeechobee Lake City The famous old maneuvering about for sometime

a geological surI any bank ever received in depositsIn "cotton" oak, under the spreading two of the finny devils came I
the Jacksonville district in Florida on Its opening day. Peace officers\ branches of which the first bale within range of the harpoon line

IOn with the proposed cross here were made victims of thieves of sea island cotton raised In this of Captain Caswell.. A throw was -

[ilp canal Quincy Favorable action was last night while a dance was in neighborhood was auctioned off in made and the big fish was struck t
taken on a proposal to erect a progress at Legion Hall. The rob- 1848 Is gone. The tree stood at the In the back, the harpoon being
--Dade county will hold, building for the holding- meet- bers took a pistol from Sheriff William corner of Alachua and West Wash- fastened tightly. With a mighty
It election under the lawfcg ings of the Quincy Exchange Club. Collins' automobile, made off ington streets, and served at the flourish with Its tall and fins the

for county option In dejtbe Tentative plans had been prepared with a car belonging to M. C. Pitta, time as shelter for a forge, owned big fish made a lunge for deeper
fate of proposals to op- providing for a building 23x60 feet game warden, took another pistol by a local blacksmith. In later water and soon spun out a 500 foot

lorse and dog tracks on OcL with all conveniences) for several from a car believed to have been years a black smithing building, line. Then commenced one of the the United State bought Alaska' from RuMla in 1S67' for '
lunches and for of times remodeled still stands most thrilling fight ever witnessed THAT
6. gatherings a owned by a Highlands county of- many and that William H. award then Secretary of Rata was
social nature ficer whose name was not learned, The old tree had become BO by the party. When the shark
I verely criticized for the dealt Sine then the value of the product 1
L_The second Tuesday In and stole an automobile belongingto badly rotted that it was considered was tired down It was drawn up In of Alaska has exceeded one billion dollar and the product of one year
jr was set as the date for sjwide I Perry The county commissioners a hunter. dangerous for passersby, and Capt. range of the rifles and killed. Several will now pay the purchase price twelve times over. The photograph
referendum on the decided to 'continue the J. B. Joyner and his crew took it fine pictures were made of how* the Saw-Tooth mountain rang which I la characttrlttlo. .of the

aw passed by the 1931 DO-I' Taylor county health unit for an- Daytona Beach-Completion ofa down. the school and the harpooning and general_ topography.. ..of Alka.4 -
the Marion other year. The board after long six-mile stretch of road on high- landing of two sharks. These pictures .
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bslonersJpa debate and consideration, thought way No. 19 between Astor and Bar- Tampa Indications that this will be shown In news reels '
I[that when the conditions of healthare bervllle, forming an Important link city Is to have a real old time Tam- all over the United States and the Walter S. McLIn, acting motor vehicle passenger car tags, 819 truck tags
commissioner, shows. and 26 of miscellaneous kind
_Florida continued to be to be considered that the prob- of a direct route between Daytona pa election September 1 multiplied excellent fishing around Panama
A enforcement officers .
campaign by
Ijlng state producing phos- lem of tax reduction should not Beach and the Ocala section of today when officials of the Good City will get a decided boost. Including a number of sher- Key West Excavation under
and total ship- stand in the Government League composed of -' .
1930 Florida has the
frock in way. been placed on
iffs of the state, has been respon- way for proponed federal building.
82.7 cent de- men and women of the entire city,
amounted to per of the state highway
program 4229 AUTO PLATES sible for the,recovery of a large Sarasota - Triangle Pharmacyon
total sold in the United Marianna-More than 2000 cot- partment, according to a letter stated that workers for the league AUK STOLEN IN number During June Mr. McLIn Rlngllng Boulevard reopened.

ton growers and members of their from Robert W. Bentley, chairman, have discovered about 7500 fake LAST 8 MONTHS reports 103 tags recovered and In Dunedin - T. A, Pendleton to
I families gathered here for a fish received by A. P. Underhill, chamber names on the city registrationbooks July a total of 316 recovered. About erect citrus fruit packing planton

I PierceEstablishment here fry dfnner and program, arrangedIn of commerce manager here. that closed last Monday Stolen Florida automobile tags :500: have been recovered since the Douglass avenue. r

fact for the manufacture and celebration of the opening of night. League officials said the since the 1931 license became ef- first of the year. Avon Park-.Plans progressing
jution of products- Marianna's new, modern cotton Perry-Those who have been a check had not been completed yet.
papaya ectlve on last December 13, numbered Of the more than four thousand for reopening Avon ManfacturlngCompany'
I and candies-is pro- The attendance Is said bit about the It was stated that a force of 75 I '
drinks gin. to skeptical stabilityand 4,229 records In the office of stolen In eight months, 3,384 were Crate mill.
|ty Thomas H. Benton of MI- have been the largest ever notedat Importance of the Taylor county league workers went into the pre- f :. -- -. ,
AU available fruit will be any similar event In this partof sponge territory around Rock cincts Tuesday morning making w ,.
1 by the plant.Ipetersburg the state. Island and what Its development house to house canvasses. These
will workers, league officials said,
might mean to this section
-St. Petersburg Fort Lauderdale-Bob Halliday, probably have cause to change would finish their work within a

foend $50,000 for northernper county carpenter, Is about readyto their minds when they are informed few days. 98
advertising during the believe in fairies. He was removing of the results 'of this week's --

f year, according to the budof old records from the tax sales. The total sales of spongesfor Tampa Demand for canned
j the city advertisingrary collector's office. A thick envelopefell the week had totaled $28,746up Florida grapefruit hearts and p ,

board, approved by the out of a 1918 tax receipt book.It to yesterday noon. Juice has been so heavy during the

cIL contained more than $1,000 in --- present summer that warehouse t EACH
-_ real cash. The money was in old Moore Haven-A benefit from stocks are fast approaching ex- 4

Ij-Florida, thanks to Tam- style large bills of $50, $20 and $10 the low level of Lake Okeechobeeis haustion and will be practicallygone 9.60 per pair
''t output, is ranked third denominations.Fort that the people of the region before this season's fresh r
) the state in cigar manufacby have been spared the worry and fruit comes on the markets, according 29x440 ((4.40-21)) Balloons

the latest report of the Myers-Grapefruit in Lee fear they went through Just a year to Information obtained for 1925-27 Ford, Chevrolio -
01 l revenue bureau. Only I county has begun to turn from ago, when the lake was at elevation here today. The Florida Citrus Exchange let.i Whippet and

jlvanla and New Jerseymore green to gold and will be readyfor 18.8 and residents were "high it was learned, has had Stan.
cigars than Florida shipment about September 10. balling It out" for fear'of an over the experience of having orders h ti+
The first fruit from Lee county flow even If there wasn't a hurricane from large distributors and chain

PetersburgSelection of St. moved last year passed maturity to repeat the disasters of 1926 store companies Increased aa much

Iburg for the 1932 meeting tests about the same date. The and 1928. This year with the Ilk as tenfold, concerns that originally

(''if the state conclave, Order earliest shipment on record was at elevation 14 feet there Is secur- placed requirements at 10 or 15

llolay! ,, featured the afternoon made on September 1 two years Ity and tranquility cases weekly now calling for 100 it
.'-tag business session of the ago C cases of the canned fruit and Juice. :'
I a t Scottish Rite Temple, -- Miami Contractors engaged in This has resulted In rapid depletionof '

InvilleI Quincy Interesting informa work at Hialeah Park, expanding warehouse stocks, It was learned. 4j&

tion for both old and new residents facilities of the Miami Jockey Club ,. $1
I ) -Onions weighing nearly of Quincy. A session of the have employed 174 additional men -' I

I undo apiece were grown this Florida legislature was held In a in the last six days, It was an- Pensacola--A hen's egg with a
I f by W D. Cates, who sold i central house located on King nounced tonight by Hugh Peters, very plain sketch of la' face, reminiscent d't M

I a number of them on the ,, street many years ago The session In charge of the race track's em- of the statues of the old aI

liarket. Several of these fine was moved over here to get ployment agency. Mr. Peters said Greek philosopher Socrates, Is on M1 '
Ja's tipped the scales atly away from inquisitive persons too this brings the total well above exhibition at the grocery of D C. o a
under two pounds each. i anxious to learn what was goingon the 600 mark. He added that there Horne, North Twelfth avenue,
it Id saId.Bartow will be between 30 and 40 men a Pensacola. The curio was found by
I Petersburg Civil service day added to the forces for the Mr. Home in a case of eggs ship!

time outlined by the new The Hills Brothers of next two weeks. Only Dade county' ped to him from Santa Rosa poul-

rvice board will Include the New York will enlarge their Bar- residents are being employed. try exchange. The picture la in
I dull blue-gray upon the shell of the !:.... -..- --'" ._-
: =; =
went that all officers ac- tow cannery to the point where at =- i
-, by the department be able least 400 men and women will be Orlando Future success of egg. Several cleaners were appliedto Site
tm. This requirement wasted employed during the coming fruit Florida depends largely upon the the shell In an effort to remove Price
I, because of the city's canning season. Much machineryand sale and development of real estate the face, but It ullll remains as Each Pair'
I amount of gulf beach. equipment has been hauled to for homes and farms, Paul O clear as ever In the picture the Goodyear is the greatest name in rubber. 2Jx+.0-o ((4.40.21)) . ;$ 4.98 $ 9.60

the factory. It is stated the build Meredith, executive' secretary of mustache, eyes and eyebrows are 29x440 ((4.50-20)) ,. 5.60 10.90

tia-" Chairman of the social ing will be considerably enlargedto the Florida Association of Realty clearly defined and the outlines of Millions and millions more people ride on Goodyear 30x440 ((440-21)) .. 5.69 11.19

'mmunity welfare committee make room for the new equip- Boards, told members of the local the profile are quite distinct. Mr. 28x4.75 ((4.75-19)) ,.. 6.6S 12.90
Horne said the egg had been rub- Tires than other kind
( chamber of commerce at their on
fcretaries representing the 33 ment. any
the 29x4.75 ((4.75-20) .. . 6.75 13.10
Lodges luncheon. Of the 30.000,000,, bed repeatedly, but apparently
of weekly
Florida -
( are cong -
Florida 11100.000 ,- image extends entirely through the That's times like these with rubber 29x5.00 (5.00-19)( ) ,.. 6.98 13.60
ways and means of taking Key West-Authorities at the acres of land In only why, at prices at
he shell He expects to send It to 30x5.00 ((5.00-20)) ,.. 7.10 13.80
flu 252,000,, Rowebllt hotel at Key West marine honpital were acres are developed,
filla to be used as a home for advised the other day that a con- said. Florida's earnings must come Robert Rlpley. the Believe It or rock bottom,Goodyear can offer values none can match. 28ss.(5.2S-18)( ) ,. ... 7.90 IS JO

N I children. tract would be let in Washingtonsoon from the soil In one form or an- Not cartoonist. 29d.25 ((5.25-19))., ... 8.15 15.80

for the $25,000 improvement other, he argued, and compared Here we list some of the amazingly low prices. now 31x525(525-21)( ) ,.... sir 16.70
M CityA great deal of con- to the hospital. The im- : this state to California. Cocoa-Bonham LaRoche 28x540
project youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben prevailing on Goodyear Pathfinders. ((540-18).... 8.75 17.00
I" felt for the turpentine inspirits provement will provide additional be horse I B. LaRoche of Courtenay, was 29x540 ((540-19)) ,... 8.90 17JO,
will no
are now quoted floor space which has been in dire Tampa-There Check the list See how little it will
3-4 under state supervision burned to death about 4:30 o'clock cost to 32z600(6.00.20)6piy11.50( ) 22JO
cents per gallon on the need at the hospital since Its selection racing
f nah market, the lowest figure as a hospital for the vet- with legalized betting, In Hillsbor- this afternoon, while fighting a re-equip your car. 3J6.00(6.00.21)6Plyll.6S( ) 2244)
I years. One year ago the fig- eran bureau patients. ough county this winter. This fact woods fire, several miles north of 30x34! R.(. cl. High.

Irtood at 35 1-2 and at the was made clear as holders of per- his parents' home. The young man, Great, sturdy Supertwist balloons, built to Goodyear FreMur ..... .. 4.39 844W
I time in 1929 spirits were firm Inverness A working crew of mits from the racing commission assisted by negroes was
" through engaged at the time In netting a standards will Jtllvtr a4 apply'**..
would not craftsmen
1.1 centa. the Florida Power Corporation, said they go by Goodyear at prices a thrifty i
bear the Alec Morton
of about twenty-five men with the cost of an election and "back fire", .

t Laude rdale ..... Plans for a lIs composed now In Citrus county, and will that if they did it would not be pos- property. He had sent his immediate can understand..
i (\9\ build tracks In time for amldwtntel' assistant In an opposite direc- '
| hotel at Las Olas beach be here for possibly three months sible to
I located transmissionlines meeting. Jo other tion to the post he himself was to -,
on Atlantic boulevard rebuilding several
forth of the municipal casino and repairing others. Severalnew words, while Tampa ha four per- take. While the firing was under
I announced being con- mits to operate, no horse track way one of the assistants heard a '
today by Dr. Sam- sub-stations are Yrr 1.
Johnson The will .operate for a year or more at cries for help and rushing to Mr. :
| head of the com- structed and others repaired. him i
LaRoche, found prostrate on
that win finance construction entire crew Is stopping at the Orange least the ground with his clothing burn- k
"ructure.Gorda. Hotel while in the county.St -
St. Augustine -- Following a Ing. The man at once ripped the
"ta the budget for clothing: from the victim's body
hearing on
Tarpon fisher- Petersburg W M. Cotton, public .
"VII Johnll'county this morning, at and rushed him to a nearby house
been managershipwork St.
having great sport with 10 of city
years office\
the of the county and thence to a physician's
. silver kings the past few to his credit, and now direc- a special meeting additional re- In Cocoa. He was dead when he
' and< the big north of Ohio, Research I commissioners an
pool tor of the Dayton effected\ reached the doctor's office.
* Cords of the millage was
and near Cleveland, Association, an organization than( duction
l.n.U Y and collects data when the road and bridge fund was -
fifty SWarming with them. pays no profits cities was) cut from eight to five mills. An St. Petersburg--Joe 8. Clark, 1
catches of Ohio
* was registered for a number mlllage of 67 5 In this chairman of the soldier home
day approximate
i of St.
recently. named city manager district, comprising moat of the committee here, was In Washing
f burg. The council fixed the to file with the REGISTER MOTOR COMPANY
"II1\-\ Actual He U to take of-| county. U Indicated this Including ton today depart-
has just at $8,500 a year.
Started 10, state and county taxe The exact ment of Justice for Inspection the
on the construction flee not later than September deed and other document for the
new had not been arrived at, owing -
Jockey double stables for the but will probably be here sooner. figure to some changes which the Seminole point iU selected by the Starke Florida
Club at Hlaleah for the veteran ,
Th. county commissioner made la sew government $900,000
8t. council-at a
John" Construction Miami Beach-City ) In Florid Clark ar-
1 has contract oral budget Item Dome (
the awarded
contract to erect special meeting

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I trucking operations in St. Lucle; to the vinegar. Add the sugar and of club
Florida Growers Now members anu thetr-
will be getting under way the whole to a boil.
ZIFF county bring and

ci lnljt Af.. ......1. Cor LAWTEY. { Giving Much ThoughtT within the next month. Inldcationa' To this add the pears. Bring; to I A splendid
J/ F. II. (..r...... Cor. Fall Plantings are that a good acreage will be a boll and continue boiling; for 30. prngralll, b44

planted particularly in Irish pota- minutes, or until the fruit begins to! worked out by ih< :tub
Services were held at Little Rock Miss Elizabeth Edwards visiting Too Early to Make Accurate Estimate !- toes, which crops are estimated at clear. With the assstan", Jt It R

church Saturday and Sunday by and Commodities 800 acres or more as comparedwith Dyer, wife of iIra. .
friends and relatives In Tren- >)* As to Acreage Remove the fruit from the syrup ')U1
I, i MISS RITCII GIVER "',\ltE- the pastor. Elder Anderson of -home wd Has Been around 700 acres last year. continue boiling the syrup until Upon arrival uJTy "
t WELL ANI) ANNOUNCEMENT Featured I Actual planting operations on the Maekelburg, propreetoie?
ton.Mr Bought-IrfM R. Miller
Brooker and Elder Johns of Lacrosse thick.
i ; PARTY MISS: CIIA IBKRLIN'; Graydon Jones and Mr. Cor- Speaker!! at Strawberry Sleet early crop will get under way In Return the fruit to the syrup. erything in reading for'ba4'
t nelius were transacting October Considerable acreages tertainment "*
Let the whole reach a boil. Pack
c Miss Harriet Ritch entertained Mr. Henry Shaw and daughter, business in Leesburg pnd Bronson will likewise be planted to beans Promptly at (three
and seal. ,
in sterilized jars I'cl
i ',r :r'' Tuesday afternoon honoring: Miss Milts Ruby, were attending to business Tuesday.Mrs. Jacksonville, Fin, Aug. 21.-Although and various other vegetables. Note assembled In the ball
Bettle Chamberlin, whose transfer in Starke Saturday afternoon. F. R. Carradlne and Mrs. I According to A. J. Griffis, mana- gram. Claude Byrd Vl tht
it is too to '
entirely early about 13
W, C. Wooten in 1 peck equals pounds.
J from the U. S. Forestry office here Mr. and Mrs W. M. Hodges of were shopping ger of the Bradford County Growers her from Union \
to the Lake City office will occur Starke, and Mr. and Mrs. Norwoodwere Jacksonville Friday. make any, accurate predictions as Association of Starke, plans Pear Preserve In a very capable county p

1L' d t on the first of September.Pink visiting in our section last Mrs. R. R. Thede, Mrs. Effie to the.amount of truck crop acre- have been practically completed for 1 pound pears. the club members maDDer,
Miner and Mr. Lancaster in 3-4 pounds sugar. had
and white roses, asters and Sunday.Mr. were age or the varieties that will be members of the association to plant their program, Mr w
'l whole cloves 2 thin slices T
Jacksonville few ,
f In )i$ ; '' coral vine were used as ,decorations and Mrs. J. W. Lewis and Friday. planted in Florida this season, cucumbers and Irish potatoes next ( from the Extension N'I
Miss Abbie Miss Arthur- of lemon or tablespoons of grated Serv .
4 ni' ;, carrying: out, the pink and I children, and Mrs. W. S. Ray of' Harley, from small pieces of Information aeaaon. The association Is primarily Gainesville gave a !(
Ine Blanchard Miss Ruth Rowe be added where de very
1 white color scheme. Hlnesville, da., all attended the : that are gathered here and therein .a.strawberry,.Chipping organza pineapple may ing talk on the io I
Mrs. F. R. Carradlne and sired. If the cloves are used stick meaning
Tommy otub
Bridge was enjoyed after which birthday dinner at Starke last Sun- different sections of the state It ''on "and .is,!also making plans fora club work.
Beck enjoyed a picnic lunch at them in the fruit; if lemons, drop
t % salad course was served. Favors Is clearly shown that there is much larger movement of berries for Mr. Billie
were mlnature hat boxes and traveling day.Mr.. and Mrs. II. H. Howard and Kingsley lake Sunday.Mr. thought being given now to the the coming season. the slices In when'the syrup first Gainesville, also Matthew i ,
N. G. Blount has returned boll If the is gave a
bags, the opening; of which children and Mr. and Mrs. R. B. fall plantings. During; the late Within the next few weeks plantIng begins to ; pineapple followed by Mr Mackelbu'
r disclosed the following: announcement Thomas and Miss Hazel to Ft. Myers after a few days used, add to the preserve /5 minutes ,, .. ,
J daughter, summer is !the very earliest time of the fall crops will become spoke on the- nrm, > -L,
{))3 : "Bettle Chamberlin and all spent Sunday at Fairbanks with I f visit here. of the year for crops of any kind general over the state and esti- before It reaches the finishing farms in Florida rr vi, luuiilfu prof ?l
Mr. Joe Louis Brown Jr. of
l Cryi k Thomas N. Bunch September 12th, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Howard. here, but even at that there are mates of the acreage and the con- point) Futch also gave ll
M; Parson., n Kaunas_____." Mr. and Mrs. Dave Shaw of Lacrosse Texas, has joined his mother, Mrs. some growers that, are making ditions attendant will be available Pears may be preserved wholeor an in
The guest of honor received a Joe Brown. Mr. Brown will be In sections. Sickle pears or talk.After
t ((1 and children all attended plans for'the coming season. within a short time. the program
'??' ,' framed silhouette as a memento of church at Rock Sunday and were here for several weeks. It Is reported from the EVer- -- te small LeConte pears are often preserved in the lake was a nice
the occasion. High and low prizes Mr. W. C. Wooten and children whole. Large LeConte and enjoyed by au
q dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. glade sections that farmers are be- wished to
a; were awarded Mrs S. P. Vandi- Henry Shaw. Miss Elizabeth Edwards, Miss ginning to. v viere and Miss Elise Jones. Gifts Mrs. Allen of Beatrice Miner and Mr. Vernon sections. Cook pears and sugar Dyer
w ; Mr.. and Thornton plantings In that section. Many of Order nounced !It was< time i
''were to the following ROW motored to Jacksonville till the is thick. Pack in sterilized for ,
presented Lake Alford and daughter, Ruby the growers feel that the fall bean Winter Pea Seed syrup The lake was abandoned
recent brides Mrs. II. B. McLen- Thursday night. and seal to
: Jewel, and Mr. H. O. Rivers and acreage I ia. going to be veryheavy jars immediately.Pear were'ready to eat
don Mrs. H. A. Durden and Mrs. Miss Douglas Montgomery and Jam The u
daughter Mary, of Lawtey, all
due to the
of spread
home- a bountiful
large supply
Mr. Tally Montgomery of Griffin, (L. T. Dyer County Agent) which!
) J. J. Canova. were in our section one day last bean 4 pounds Keifer pears (other
seed that held much
Invited to be with the honor week. Ga, and Mr. Edward White of grown was over There Is such a growing demandfor pears may be used). very enjoyed Messn :
from last and
I tj guest, Miss Chamberlin, were: New York City, were visiting Mrs. spring For that reason Austrian Winter Pea Seed for 3 Matthews tied for
t Miss Lula Mae Lewis spent Sun- pounds sugar. In
; place
they are limiting their bean the
Misses Ellse Jones, Gainesville; W. F. Godwin last week. fall planting that steps have been 2 lemons. peach eating ,cor
day with her cousin, Miss Ruby and with Red
.Miss Elizabeth Howe has Ings are planning to plant a taken the State Hinson not far bn
o Connie Padgett, Palmetto; Hazel Shaw. returned -, by Extension Ser- 1-2 cup water. ,
home after few visit larger variety of truck crops. Seed vice to have certain seed houseto Dinner being over. the I
Middleton Mary Canova, Lucille been a days a 1 croWesembled
Goodrich has or
Mrs. Susan houses I' cup grated pineapple one
rA with Miss of Baldwin report a good many pur- furnish these seed to farm- again in the hall i
Mitchell, Eunice Perkins, Ethel her Dorothy Sapp the of root. awe
iIk wf spending a while here with chases of ounce ginger
Griffin, Madge Middleton, Mae brother.A ,. quantities of mustard ers this fall at a very reasonable ; Peel and core the pears, and put and enjoyed had many games andj
turnip and cabbage seed but lots of fun.
Miss cost. At
Pearl Roberts of Lake
Patchett, Hilda Durden, Hampton; *
folks them food
crowd of young all en- that through a chopper. o'clock
111 Mesdames T. T. Long:, D. P.. Carpenter City was in town Sunday after- say pepper seed sales are run- This crop has been grown In the pleasant good-nighq v
joyed a party at the home of Mr. behind of Press the juice from the lemons said
ning that last ,
but thanking all ]
southern states for our vis
'; ; }y Hamilton Ritch, L. D. Yin- and Mrs. Wiley Waters Saturday noon.Miss that eggplant seed Is about the about 20 yearsas and reserve to add to the syrup, friends and Mr
ir ; ing, II. B. McLendon, L. Wyman,, night. Dorothy Sapp of Baldwinwas a soil building and grazing put the lemon rinds through the their Mackelburj I'

I Y) H. C. Ritch, C. A. Knight, S. P. Mrs. Delatha Starling and chil- visiting friends here Sunday same is being as last received year.and Lima bean seed will crop, and each year sees a greater food chopper and add to the pear,, a splendid assistance in giving ua
planting picnic
Vandiviere, J. J. Canova, H. A. afternoon demand for the seed and a larger
is dren of Alachua, spent several days start the and to the fruit add the sugar, lem-
a Mr and Mrs. S. H Edwards and latter part of August and Alabama leads A 4-H Club Ba']
Durden and Mrs. Phil F. Maguire, of this week here with her par- the first acreage planted. on juice and water. )
'r Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Edwards of of September Some the southern --.
t : Ft. states with about
r' of Orlando.' one
ents Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Thomas. If
fresh ginger root can be ob-
_ _ _ _ squash/ and radishes have been set
i White, were visiting their parents, and one-half million pounds planted -
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis were out and it Is said that tomato and tained, slice and add to the whole. ADDITIONAL <)Jl''\UFirn
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Edwards Sun- last fall.Florida .
4r AFTERNOON IIUIOOKCL.17II attending to business la Starke celery seed has been delivered to If the dried root must be used VOTERS, Cm OF I Sit

MEETS Friday of last week and Thursday day.Mr. some of the larger has increased the acre I bruise the roots;tie them in a cloth -
C. W. Lancaster was a business growers operate age planted very rapidly, and each Andreu A. O
of this week.
and drop into the fruit while It
In this
ing section.
There ,have
Miss Mabel Weller entertained
visitor to Ocala Monday. the gains In
year crop popularitywith cooka. Cook until it has reachedthe Andrews, W. H
f members of the afternoon bridge Mr. E. J. Scott of., New York been showerwall through the upper the farmers. Much experi- Andrews, Mrs. W
It, club at her home. Glades during' the past week but consistency of jam, being care- H.
Friday City, arrived here Tuesday on a mental work has been done with Anderson, A. W.
ful not to scorch.
lk Zinnias In baskets and bowls some complaint that the ground Is
short business trip. the crop to find out adaptation Green
graced the party rooms where the GRAHAM Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Thede of still too dry. {I and methods of growing. If the grated pineapple Is used, Jacobs,, Lloyd B
t guests spent a pleasant afternoon Ml.. Onle MM Smith Cor. Jacksonville their Sarasota and Manatee are pre omit the ginger and add the pine-
_ _ are spending Growing the crop is no longer in Jacobs, Sarah
f' apple /5 minutes before the
to Increase product
p laying bridge' two weeks vacation at the Hill cot paring their strawberry the experimental stage, but Is Is finished. Knight, D. E
Prizes were awarded Mrs. A. Z. Rev. Jenkins visited the Chris- tage on Lake Kingsley. acreage this fall. A meeting was conceded to be one of the most Knight, Mrs N. L.
Adkins and Mrs. Edward Burns tian church Sunday afternoon and Mr. J. H. Moore was a business held last week >at Bradenton which valuable crops that can be grown rack In sterilized jars and seal Long. Cornelia

,7 for holding high and second scores. gave us a splendid talk. A meet- visitor to Ft. Meade Tuesday and was the third of a series to be held by the average 'farmer as it has Immediately.Makes 3 Matthews, Mrs, E,, S

{ Mrs. J. J. Canova received the Ing will be held here in the near Wednesday. to promote and encourage carlot many uses. pints.. i ., Middleton, Madge
a .c guest prize future. Mr. W. C. Wooten was a business berry shipments from these counties Our most valuable use of this Peek, S. L. .

The hostess served the following Rev. Cellars and friend, of Jacksonville -, visitor in Macclenny Monday. Lee R. Miller, of the Miller crop in this section is for cover 4-II CLUB PICNIC AT Peek, Myra

'' i players a salad course: Mrs. A. Z. ''I visited our town Sunday. Mrs,' O. Hudson of Trenton, was Auction Company, of Hammond, crop to improve'the soil. It fur- HAMPTONELL ATTENDED Ritch, J. H

1'. Adkins, Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mrs. Rev. Cellars announced that a visiting'her parents, Mr. and Mrs. La, and Plant City, Fla., was the nishes a cheaper source. of fertilizer Ritch, Isabell

) IF Edward Burns, Mrs. O. L. Haynes, meeting was being held at Saxton. S. J. Edwards Thursday and Fri- featured speaker at this meeting. for the succeeding crops. The annual picnic of the Hamp- Ritch, Hamilton

1.1 Mrs. C. A. Knight Mrs. T, B. Mas- The public 1 vlted. day.Mr. The growers were much enthusedover I This crop should be planted dur- ton and Brooker Boys' 4-H Clubs Shepard Mrs. Jaa

ale, Mrs. J. E. Wilson, Mrs. W. M. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Robt. Dinkins and the prospect of the coming 'ing the last half of October in this waa held at Hampton Beach Cha- Scott, Mrs. Laura

Wainwright, Mrs L. D. Vining, Harvey Woods passed away Mon- Mrs. Dinkins' sister, Miss Herring, season and Itlls: predicted that section; and it requires from 30 to teau Saturday afternoon, August Wainwright, W M.

sI Mrs J. J. Canova, Mrs. L. Wyman, day, August 24th. The babe was all of Jacksonville, were'visiting there will be I many more acres 40 Ibs. of seed per acre. 15. 1931, with I a large attendance Wainwright, Blanche s

and Mrs. J. C.." Hoover. Just. forty-eight hours old. ... Mr. Dinkins' parents, Mr. and Mrs. planted to berries than has been Complete information may be : ,

Mr.:, and Mrs:' L" D.: Easterlfn! ? 'Cj'pinking Sunday, ... reported at this time. had on this crop for the asking.

>r MEMBERS OF JUNIOR entertained a number of friends at Miss 'GllJa" Marie "Thede enter- The celery growers of these two Aa county agent for Union and

CIRCLE ENTERTAINED their home Thursday night with' a tained with a dinner 'party Mon- counties jointed in a meeting last Bradford counties, and working '

chicken supper. The affair was day night honoring Mlsa Ada week which was addressed by Dr. continuously in the Interest of the CARL'S.Y
Mrs. T. C. Chastain entertained
the Junior members of enjoyed by all who attended.Mr. Marie Mayo, of Tampa, and Miss H. C' Thompson, of Cornell University farmers, I do not hesitate in
the Woodmen R McKinney is improving Jewel Boyer of Ocala. After, a on the subject of "Prema- recommending this crop. Those

Circle Tuesday evening from nicely at this writing. He Is I visitIng delightful' dinner, the party repaired ture Seeding of Celery." Such wishing to plant seed .this. fall
i .three until l! 'six o'clock with a swimming his aunt, Mrs. Onle Wynn of to' the living room where meetings seem to indicate that the should get in touch ,with me at 8T

r i part In honor of her ion, Sampson. City for a few days. dancing and rook,, were enjoyed: trend of the thought of the growers once so that orders may be placed Cash Corner

+ .I'. parlton'a eleventh birthday, who Is Mr. Billy Padgett was visitingin Those present were: Grace Ar- Is to gain as much informationas cooperatively. '

I1",also a Junior member. this vicinity Sunday afternoon. wood, Doris Burney, Jewel Boyer, possible on" the production of .

AU Juniors who could go gath- Mr. and Mrs. Lacey Rigdon and Ada Marie Mayo, Mary Lucille To- their crops so as to be able to pro- PEAR RECIPES

ered at her home and from there friends of Starke were visiting\ rode, William Wooten,' George Ar- duce a better' quality and a larger Sweet Pickled Pears Phone 45We Starke Fla.SPECIALS.

were chaperoned to KIngsley Lake friends here Sunday. wood Jim Moore Edwards, Jimmy. quantity. **. 1 peck pears. ,

r *iby Carlton's mother, assisted by Mrs A. O. Brown and childrenof Moore and Richard Thede. It Is reported that the St. Cloud 3 quarts cider vinegar. { Deliver

Miss Amy Moore. Starke vlisted at the Smith Miss Beverly Cady of Kingsley Growers Drainage Committee Is 3 1-2 pounds brown sugar

The Juniors enjoyed bathingfor home Thursday. Lake, spent the week-end with making preparations to drain several 1 ounce cloves.
an hour, then they were called Miss Louise Thede. thousand
In to beautifully prepared table Tommy (Kid). Beck returns to land, south of the city of St. Cloud 1 ounce cinnamon. ,

and each little guest was asked to war next Tuesday night in Ocala 1 which will \-i'"available. for truck Peel pears, stick the cloves into

give a toast. The Juniors enjoyed FIVE MILEMrs. I where he :meets Battling, (Pop) i I farming. the fruit. 5 Pounds Sugar (white sacks) _____ lit)
several games then the party r. P.:Dekle, <':or. Peaden, of Pensacola; In the ten- Prl'llaratloni'ror fall and winter Drop the mace and cinnamon in- ..
broke up and< each Junior expressed round main event. I with

the wlah that Carlton might 1 Jar McCormick's Mustard ____-'- l lit
have many more happy birthdays. Mrs. Rancw and daughter Miss

Catherine, who have been visiting

8\\'Il\IMINO PARTY AND friends here returned to their EVERGREEN CLOVER FARM STORE 8 84c
y' 8\11"'l'n' 0KN home at Plnetta Sunday.Mr. Mr. p. A. Homier. Cor. I ,
l :, and Mra P. P. Dekle and
t Air. and l\Is'A.; : J. Thomas and their house guests Mrs. Ranew, STARKE

Mr. and Mrs. H. V May entertained Misses Raney and Cody, attendedthe Mrs. Maggie Forsyth and< chil- 8 Pound Pail Pure LARD ____-___ Sic
dren Lucille and l Eugene, of Jack-
with a swimming party and annual meeting at Cypress ,
supper at Crystal Lake Friday. Grove. sonville, "pent the weekendwith A FEW OF OUR BARGAINS

Enjoying this affair were: Mr. :Airs. (j. L.. Varnes and daughters her mother, Mrs. J. $ Rosier 8 Ibs. Grits Meal -19c
and Mrs. J. T. Moore and Jlmmift( Misses Lucille and Ellna, of Mra.: Pitt Yarn* tit t Jacksonville.. 11'lIOLE GRAIN or -

Moore of Lawtey Mr; and Mrs Jacksonville were dinner guests of spent WednwUy\ night of last Meal & Grits

y Carl Wooten and daughters, of Mr. and Mr P. P. Dekle, Sunday. week with hfer! grandparents, Mrs.J. Rice 6 Octagon Soap or Powder __ ____, .. 20t\\
S. rUsier.Mr ) -
Lawtey, Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Bum- Claude Varnes, who has been
garner, Mr. and Mrs. Albert and spending his vacatlw here with and Mrs. R. S. Rosier and

son of Brooker, Mr. and Mrs. Lairdof relatives, returned to his home in daughter! were visiting Mr. and Pound - - -4c l 01bse - - 25cPi'

Kingsley Lake, Wilson and Roscoe Jacksonville Sunday lit was ae Mrs. J. M. Rosier at Woodlawn Tall cans fancy Pink Salmon - lOcc

May of Hampton, Miss Ruth companied by Julian Dekle. Sunday afternoon.Mr. '. .' LAUNDRY

Williams oC Hampton Mr. and Dana Duke and Klrke Dekle and Mrs. Tim Blackburn of h Fig ..

:Airs\. lamp 'Andrews and Julian called on Robbie Parrish Sunday. Lawtey, were visiting Mrs., Black r SOAP 4 Pounds Great Northern Beans __- _

Griffis. O. P. Dekle and William Smith burn's sister, Mrs. H. F. Redding ToN's, 2.c
visitors to Jasper. Friday. 5 Pounds Black Eye Peas .________.
were week-end
IMPORTANT NOTICE Mrs. B L. Duke and daughter Mr. B. Wilkinson of Highland .2 lbs.25c 10 bars - 25c Shankless litArmour's
Miss Gladys, were were recent spent Wednesday night of last Sugar Cured Picnics lb. _
Increased postage on letters and week with B. E. Rosier
of Mrs. Lillian Dekle.C. ffi
post cards to Canada,' Newfoundland L. Varnes O. P. and K. P. Mrs. Schellle Rosier was visiting IN OUR SANITARY MARKET Star Sugar Cured Hams, Ib.

(Including Labrador), Great Dekle attended the boxing contest Mr. and Mrs. Levy Norman at ..
Britain and Northern Ireland, and Vanderbilt Sunday afternoon,
the Irish Free state. Increased' at Earn Worthington Ie Johnson Thursday, Misses evening.Essie The revival meeting conductedby nEST WilliE Loin Round, T-Boae PintsVilson's\ Salad Dressing17 c
Air-mall rate to Canada and New-
Johnson and Eatelle Parrish spent Rev. C. E. Luben of Jacksonville -

foundland. Sunday with Misses Ida and Win- closed Sunday night. BACON STEAKS $Il4)
Rates effective September 1, Louise Rosier spent Sunday 96 Pounds Self-Rising Flour _______
nie Blume.
1931, and must be fully ,prepaid, Mrs. R. E. Parrish and Estelle with her cousin Mildred Sapp. Pound 9 Pound -19c GOt
are as follows: Parrish have returned from their Mra. B. Wilkinson and daughter, - %c - 24 Ibs. Great Western Self-rising Flour

To Canada and Newfoundland of last week
Thursday night
visit/ to Cross City. spent $2.30
96 Ibs. Great Western Flour
(Including Labrador.) Mr. Tuck Andrews Is still con with her sister, Mrs. J. S. Rosier. FreehGround Beet self-rising
Fl Letters, for each ounce or frac- Compound
fined to his bed, because of Injuries 96 lbs Dove Flour S!!
tion3 cents. SCHOOL HOOKS Self-rising -
from a
sustained by falling
Post cards" (Single)-2 cents. MEAT I LARD2Ibs.25c

Poat cards (double-) .4 cents. wagon. Elsewhere in this Issue the SUO
Mrs. P. P. Dekle and son, Klrke, Veribest, Shorts white sacks ___ _ _
% \Ir-mall fo
Telegraph has kindly printed
were shopping In Lake Pound --IDe l
For each ounce or fraction your convenience price list of text SJOVC
Lev 7 cent C. S.
,' 1 cents. Monday. books for the approaching school per Bright Meal _____ _--

For each additional ounce or term. Books are placed with us .. .It .-m i>E-t.OLJ)I" 52.00

"tL fraction10 cents. CARD OK TII.\NKS on a commission basis and must { Scratch Feed __ ____________ _

4 To Great Britain Northern Ireland be sold only for caah. We also car $1.60
heart- Bananas,6lhs. -lSc No. 2 {White; Clipped Oats _______ ____ _
I. and the Irish Free State: We desire to express our ry complete stock of school requirements -

Letters, for the lint ounce or felt thanks for the many kind attentions --tablets, pencils Ink, s11'j
fraction cents. at the time of the fatal looseleaf covers and fillers etc. Double Duty'llorse Feed __________ -

:" Letters, for each additional accident and at the funeral of Mr. Your patronage solicited. We Are Never Undersold-Home owned and $.".00}

ounce or fraction_3 cents. and Mrs. J. K. Robinson. The It. J. W.-Morgan.. I Cracked Corn, yellow ______________.-

Post cards (single)-3 cents. many beautiful flowers were greatly operated I Std

,Post Card (double)-tt. cents. appreciated. Delray Beach--Water mall Installed .. II Yellow Corn Meal _______________.

_____I.d Jeanette C. Young, Postmaster. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Colley. on northeast Second avenue. I


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.. SsnncnCC7S75 5 5 Wo can dress a man cO ;I ; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Whitmer and RETAIN BIG JAX Lit. & Life Book 1 $1.53; Arnold's renewal of aa instrument also calls

.1'j Including hat, shoe and handker-I 1 children of Shelby, N. C., who have Speller .40; Environment Book 3 for the name rate of taxation.
chief for $3.73. Stump's been' the guests of Mr. and Mrs.T FIRM TO FIGHT $169: 1st Year Algebra $1.11; lilt The stamp act waa. one of the

d Bits of 1 N. Kendrick left Wednesday for FOR GAS FUNDS Year Latin $1.21; World History "new revenue" measures passed by

Mr. B. Lovell of Summerfleld, a trip south before returning to Making $1.83. the 1931. legislature.
t arrived Tuesday. Mr. Lovell is to their home. Mrs. WhItmer is a 10th grade: Correct Eng. .97; .
4 coach the B. H. S. football team niece of Mrs. Kendrick. Gainesville, Fla., Aug. 20- Mem- Lit. & Life Book 2 1.66; Arnold's BAPTIST DEACON

IDeal Nev c again this year. ,-............. berR> of the small county bloc fightIng Speller .49; Biology $1.3Manual&; "AGAINST SNAO"
the suit against the 1931
r1rid E. H. Smith was a, visitor to gasoline 75; 2nd Year Algebra $1.14; 2nd
tax distribution act were Informed Itut ho Nerd Not Nerve An Regis-.. f .
ow Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Grlffis and Jacksonville Beach(Tuesday, goingup Year Latin $1.45; World History
Concerning Our People, Business andprogress son, Julian. Mr. and Mrs. H. V. to get a view of the huge world- that at legal their aid meeting had been here employed today -- Today $1.83. ration Officer on Sunday '..1

of the County and Town. I May spent Wednesday in Jackson- circling plane, Do-X as It passedover for Attorney General Cary 11th grade: Comp. & Rhet. 1.35,
4 ville. the beach enroute to New Lit. &: Life Book 4 $2.07; Physics One county.supervisor of regis-
0 a York City from Miami. / Landis. 1.50( ; Social Civics 1.30; Economics tration in Florida has written to
0Pte R. A. Henderson, who went to j
General D. Ladls ?
Mr. and Mrs. Will Tuten of Ar- Tallahassee $1.47; Geometry 138. Attorney Cary
Z5ZSZ5Z5""' cher and Mr. and Mrs. Sam An- Miss Mona Alderman, who spent to confer with Landis, 12th grade: Comp. &: Rhet, 1.35; says he Is "against a snag" and r
WEATllEK REPORT Judge A. Z. Adklns returned derson spent Sunday at Jacksonville -, the summer at Cincinnati Con- reported that in line with instructions -: Lit. & Life Book 3 $1.79; Chemistry calling for assl tance to get loose # +
1aylo :Monday from Baltimore and Beach. servatory of Music, is expected from the steering committeeof $1.52; Am. History $1.69; Trig- He wrote that the county commissIon -
Load by Starke branch U. Waahlntgon. home Sunday and will spend two the bloc, the firm of Cooper, onometry $1.38; Virgil $1.69; of his county' had called '
Adair, Knight Cooper and Os-
air f Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee announce weeks with her parents, Mr. and of Jacksonville Chemistry Manual .73. a special election for ratification d
thnl p8 7dngPAug.26., Miss Marjorie Stith and Miss the birth of a daughter.Madge' Mrs. G. W. Alderman before open- borne to assist. had been retained Oregga Shorthand $1.50; Greggs of horse and dog' race track per-
Mildred Stith of DeLand, spent Brownlee:''Sunda'. rr, August' Ing of the Florida State College Prog. Exercise .60; Bookkeeping mits. The state law, he explained, '
pate Max. ltD. Proclpl Friday with Miss Mary Brownlee. 23rd. . for Women at Tallahassee. Henderson also said the attorney year course $1.55;, Blanks set 1 .52; requires registration books to ,be ,
13 had decided not to
20 94 .12 n I i general Blanks set 2 and 3 $1.10; Blanksset opened ten days after the election 4
13 for a continuation of the
21 91 Col. and Mrs. J. R. Futch of De- Miss Ruby Kilpatrick returned' Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Trask, Mra : press 4 $1.28; Blanks set 5 $1.28; Is called and to remain open fora 1
12 hearing set before E.'C. Love at
a" 22 89 Land, are guests of Mr. and Mrs: to her home in Troy Ala., Monday O. E. Trask, Miss i Eunice Traak, Typewriting 2 year course $1.28; period of ten days
63 Quincy on Friday.
L 23 88 66 H. L. Brownlee. after a visit here with her sister,' Dot Trask, Betty Trask, George More than 150 county commissioners Spanish $130.Ruling I The he told of the "snag." Two
24 84 Mrs. L. D. Vining. Traak Avon Park, and Perkins Sundays will come along duringthe
and beneficiary
62 legislators from -
25 85 While the sale lasts, beautiful Trask of Lakeland, were guests of ten days the books are supposed
s 26 00 70 Humming Bird Hone 78c, new fall Mrs. A. M. Petitt and family of Mrs. W. H. Perkins for the week. O counties, were present.M. Given On1)ocunlentary to be open he wrote. lie t3
Copeland ,
atra shades at Stump's Big Sale Alachua, are spending a week at end. Mr. Trask and mother, Mrs. chairman of the Everglades Tax said he had been a Baptist deacon
ave you seen the new Fall Hate ICingsley Lake at the Andrews cot- Q. E. Trask returned Monday, steering committee for more than.20 pear and that
told the of -
wmbt'rrS fudge Mr. and Mrs. C. G..ArendeH. of i tage. while his family.'itmalned for a gathering necessity General Informs County he thought It a bit Improper for a h
of prompt action i fit' the Attorney
St. Augustine spent the week-end week's visit. deacon to work on Sundays, He
just allocation now in effect which CommUnlon: }First Opinion, By I
A. V. Long of Gainesville. with Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Haynes Mrs. J. F. Colley and son, Mr. means a half million dollars to the Assistant, "'1\It In Korror asked for a solution to bill prob. 4
ford visitor In Starke Saturday. Ray Colley attended the funeralof CENSUS REPORTS I
s mailer counties la to be saved lem.The office t,
Mr. T. T. Long left Thursdayfor Mrs. Colley's sister, Mrs. W. H. FARMING ACREAGE from the attack of larger coun- Attorney General Carey D. Lan attorney general's
a ames Lewis of Gainesville., Camp Perry Ohio, to be gone Robinson in Orange Park Thursday ties." dla advised Comptroller ErnestAmos Wednesday dispatched a reply sug- }

nt Sunday In Starke. for thirty days. : of last week. VALUES IN STATE He said "the fight Is not one for Tuesday that the new state gesting that the ten registration days not,countIng booksbe i
r I tax, which becomes kept open
ord favors but for justice"Copeland documentary
D Andrews of Lake' Butler Dr. and Mrs.'H. B. McLendon returned -, Mrs. Hodgson and little daughter Bulletin Siiyn 63.11116! Farms In declared the allocation effective after September 2.1. requires Sundays and said such procedure nn

a visitor to Starke Saturday. Monday from New Orleans: ', Peggy and Miss June BuUen, Statelth ,Acreage of Is on the name basis as that used all documents named In the would be within the require- t

a La. 1 of Daytona Beach, are spendingthis 0,026.617 by the United Slates ,governmentin act to bear a 10-cent stamp "or ments of the law.

11f-fashioned Silk lose, onlyat week with their parents, Mr. distributing similar funds to the multiple thereof" regardless of the West Palm Beach-- .- Construction '
Sternberg's. Mrs. George Roberts of Lawtey, and Mrs. J. J. Bullen. According to a bulletin recently different state "The gas tax value of the Instruments. stretch of roadstarted
spent Tuesday with Mrs. J. W. An- Issued by the Bureau of Census, 1 of three-mile
----- funds: he said, "are state revenue The opinion was contrary to one Southern Boulevard -
II.B. ir and Mrs R. A. Newsom drews, Jr. Mrs. A Z. Adkins, Miss Hazel there are 58,006 farms in the stateof and any fnlr baste of tate aid to' given out by the attorney general'soffice ,, this connecting city and cross-state

, nt Sunday In Jacksonville. Adkins and A. Z. Adklns Jr., returned Florida having a total acreageof the counties is just. It the state recently in which It was stated Everglades +
__GilrlH. get those $1.00 school 3,026617, and a total value, in highway leading through
Thursday from Atlantic funds are unjust, then the aid the that notes of lens than $100 v,
.d Durban of Lawtey, was In dresses for 69c at Stump's Big Beach, where they visited Mrs. J. eluding land buildings, and implements state receives from Uncle Sam is value did not require the stamp Miami to _Fort Dupont Myers.banking Interests -

7 rke Tuesday. Side. C. Adkins. and machinery of $438- unjust. We don't believe any one. tax. Attorney General Landls explained Florida National
792.73S. These figures are givenin will argue that tlite' governmentplan that tho first opinion was of
1 Jhm't forget Stump's Big Sale,, Miss Lucille Mitchell has returned Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Hall, Miss detail for each county and mln 'Ui unjust." written by an assistant and was Bank &: Trust Co., with capital

1t to until next Monday night. home from Tampa, where she Edna and Miss Carrie Hutto, Miss or civil division within the state. counter-manded, but was given the $400,000, In this city.
vllsted Mrs. T. F. Carter. Elizabeth Williams and Miss Helen This :is the first federal census report SCHOOL BOOKS Foil THIS press through mistake. I

Pol. and Mrs D. E. Knight were Prather Visited friends In Jacksonville to show figures 'by minor civil TERM The Landis opinion holds that all' IK. G. Stringfellow'

ent viistors In Jacksonville. Mrs. E. M. Johns and Mrs. C._A. sunday.Mrs. divisions.: documents named In the bill would lladlo net. and aerials Installed, d.
Knight were visitors in Jacksonville Of the total 1 farm acreage 28.9 For the benefit of school patron require a 1-ce t stamp If their val

Fiwt color wash dresses, 79e at Wednesday.Mrs. Seeber K. N wsom and per cent or 1,454,254: acres; wa !*, Mr. J. W Morgan has furnished ue was under $200, and that an additional adjusted. of National, rrpulredMemlxr Radio In-

mlM'rg'1I. daughters Marjorie 'and Clara crop land on wJnich crops were the following list of booksto 10-cent stamp would be Htltutf, Washington I). C. ''
N. D. Wainwright Jr. and Nell of Jacksonville, are guests harvested in 1929; 9.3 per cent, or be used by students of Bradford required for each additional $100 rilONH 105, HTAKKK. FLA. '
Mr. L. A. Davis was In Jackson- Mrs. Herbert Hart spent Tuesdayin this week of Mr. and Mrs. K. A. 469,316 acres, wan crop land write! High School for the term opening value of the instrument.The .
lie Tuesday. Jacksonville.Mr. Newsom. 'lay idle or fallcncrt and 0.9 per cent, Monday. Books are listed by ruling extends to promissory

or 4 ,664 acr *'was land on WhtchI grades, and prices are also given: i notes, non-negotiable notes, writ- 3
Dr. and Mrs. S. P. Vandtvieree Peter Tomanello of Okeecho- Paul Knight Who is member of I the crops failed to mature or were 7th grade: Ward's Speller .60; ten obligations to pay money as- DR. R. W. MARTIN t
spending a while at McIntosh. bee City was a guest of Mr. and the staff at station WRUF, In not harvested for any cause. :Pasture Hart's Mat. Dock 1 .85; Buhllg sIgn menta of salaries wages or ', ,
. Mra. N. D. Wainwright last week. Gainesville visited his parents, I land with a total of 1,318,68: Eng. Hook 1 .90; Jr. High I.It. Bk other compensation and mortgages DENTIST

State's' Attorney A. S. Crews Col. and Mrs. D. .E. Knight Sun I acres representing 26.2 per cent of: $1.60; Environment Book $1.25; "which Incorporate the certificate l. Phone S.t Hour 0 to 0 t.
.nt Wednesday In Tallahassee.New \ I Miss: Connie Padgett of Palmetto day. the total farm. acreage of the state, Higher Geog. $1.02. of'Indebtedness, not otherwise -
is the guest of Miss Hazel MiddleUm. -, Included 3O1.432 acres of rdowabl 8th grade: Ward's Speller .60; I shown In the separate instruments Over Corpening's Drug Store I,

Fall Shoe arriving dairy at Mr. R. F. Prather has returnedto land, 840,843& acres of woodland. Hart'a Math. Book 2 .85; Buhligs I ," the opinion dated. Erich '
tcmborif'H. I' his home in Jennings, La., aftera and 176,310'acres' of other land. Eng. Book 2 .00; Jr. High Lit. Ilk. "
Mr. Bryan Parks of Atlanta, is two week's visit at the hoMe of In addition to the land cropped and 2 $1.60; Environment Book 2 1.00; Phone STEAM PRESSING CO. Suits :

Bn J. M. Alvarez and Billy a guest at the home of his father his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. pastures the total land in farms Thompson's History $1.15; Scl. i 52 J. Frank Thoman Cleaned & I
retain motored to Jacksonville Dr. W, B. Parks. W. Prather.. Included 1.050,995: acres of woodland Discovery Book $1.05. Prop. "
wday and spent the day. not used for pasture, and 687.- 9th grade: Correct English .97; FELT IIATS Cleaned and Blocked Reshaped

Just recerred shipment all 'kind Miss Evelyn .Stump will return 803 acres not Insurant pastures or __ yl,:
Lletpannle Cromer 'of'Jackson of garden seeds, prices right. from' home Sunday after an .ex- crops including the land occupied
e!, pmt week-end with her Brownlee Bros. 8-.21-3L. tended visit with:"relatives In Virginia by house yards.t barnyards, feedlots

Hires F. A. SwlleZJ'Mr. West Virginia and Washington lane, roads?etc.
Mr. and .Mrs. E. K. Perryman .D. C. The,total value of farm land and SPECIALS FRIDAY & SATURDAY AUG. 28-29 '

and Mra. H. C. Richard of and family and Mrs. Hamilton buildings was $423,346,262. of ,

ika were visitors in Starke Ritch: are pending week -at ,Mrs. George Gardiner and Mr. which $70,491,473 represented the .1d
esday.IIt'dureotJ Peek's cottage: Klngriley Lake. Austin visited Mrs GarQlner's value of all farm buildings IncludIng -
I father Mr. flans Austin In the the farmers' dwelling which

price on all Shoes at Mr. and Mrs. Laurie Edwartis Veteran's Hospital' in Lake City were valued at $47,557,616. The TIP TOP Grocery r
mbPr" and daughter, are spending this Thursday.Mr. value of farm Implements and machinery -
week at Moor 's cottage at Kings- Including farmers' automobiles 0;

IT. M. Hagan of Hampton, was ley lake. and Mix. Guy Padgett returned was $15,446,476. LOCATION BETWEEN BANK AND POST OFFICE
A icppy<<; .of this bulletin for Flor-
[tending to business matters in to their home in Miami af-
lirke Wednesday. Mrs. Alma Bane of Jacksonville,; ter ,a Visit with ''Mrs.. Pa 1gett.s Ida may be obtained by writing to Howell NaliuorUiy Owner Come in and stock up for a monthlies

was the week-end guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. ,Pre- the Bureau of the Census Wash . - H. _
|school shoes and slippers are parents Mr. and Mrs. U. E. Lager- vatt. ington, D. C. Grade Compound'' /Jest Grade JVllite

""jf'r: at Stump's lUg Sake! gien. Mr. Fred Guy was a visitor. in Panama-CityMurrow's.---Secondhand Lard lb. 9c Bacon lb. -9/c 4

and Store moved, to new brick ,
[Robert Mak Carl Mrs; M. C. Stith and children Starke Tuesday enroute to New ,
I irrow of Gainesville were guests of Jacksonville, spent Sunday and i York City, after a visit ID,.cocoa building on Magnolia avenue.
Paul Knight Sunday. Monday with her parent ,Mr. and with hIs parents, Rev. and Mrs. J. 1Ve Grind

]trot Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. T. Guy. i" Sugar 5 lbs. 2Sci/ i ;;: lb/:
| Rurguln ever offered In4'ke f lb. - 27 Cof f ee : 15c
at Stump's Big Sale. Mrs. E. E. Canova and Miss Mr, and Mrs. A. H. Cummins' 'LAGERORENSurveying.Leveling: '
Canova Sunday In of Mr. .. .
Mary scent 'ot Jacksonville were guests -- .
Mr. L. A Davis spent Sunday In Buvhnell with Mr. and Mrs. F. A. and Mrs. J. J. Canova Sunday.Mrs. Mapping Guarantee+ Self-Rising Plllsburll Flour I'

Ji-raaadlna with his mother, Mrs. Canova. Canova accompanied :them Starke. Florida ,

ry A, Davis. Mrs. J. M. Alvarez and Billy\ home for a visit. Flour, 24 lbs. 59c12; 33c6; 21c I l f bg.lbs.2Sc; 12 lb.,. 80c I5c

J Mr and Mrs. J. T. Quigley were Grahamare visiting Mrs. Lamlra Mr. ..and Mrs. George C. White -
'Ilors In Jacksonville Wednest Murden and Mrs. O. A. Montieth have gone to Athen. Tenn., to visit Oct. or P&O POlltler or Joe pkg /JEAJJS Whole Grain -

>yI at Daytona Beach. his aunt, Mrs. L. W. Blizzard and 666 FREfI"
will Soap 6 for 25c P. Olive 3 for
I before returning home they - Rice 4 lbs. -19c
Monday u last day of Sale at Miss Georgia Catherine Haynes visit In Asheville and Jiendersunville ,Llltl'lJ' OR TAIII.KTHRellovra ,
!\t.rnlH'rg'fI. Buy: now. Is spending this week in St. Au- N. C. .. llmdarh mr firmrmtfil/ b --- .
a<> _!_(... rhlu Cold the tin
gustine with Mr. and Mrs. C. H. day.. rid )/.... I. tkr.. Krait Apple Large Fresh Florida
Grant. The Eastern Star of the 8th district _."... ',

ICNGTAUGHT\ 1 I had a picnic at Congressman 6116 Salve for Baby' CGld. Cheese lb. 23c I Butter qt.19c I Eggs doz.- 33c

Mr. and Mrs. Blake who bare Green's cottage at Klngsley Lake ---.- -
Ballroom, Tango, Tap, eta I had an apartment at Mrs. F. H. Thursday. The picnic was In hon .

(Phone Marcelle! Kuhnert, DIM Long's have moved to the Stern- or of the founder of the Eastern: \\5cffox '
for an appointment berg house. Star Robert Morris.Mr. ATlAS l \

GAINESVILLE Sail3 for l Oc Matches clpr&; ;
3 fr
Mrs. T. L. Woodward and daughter D. A. Montleth spent Wednesday r'
Miss Elizabeth Woodward, of at Daytona Beach. Mr. The''Stdiidard" Oil
Jacksonville are visiting Mr. J. F. VIontieth was accompanied home Carnation Pet = "
canFRESH\ \ }
Klckliter. by his wife and family, who have

NA!WORD% Gainesville Mr. and Mrs.are spending Quincy Ward several of spent Mr. the G. C.past Alderman two months left there.Tuesday Tire -One Guaranteed YearFrigidaire Milk, 3 ;. IQc l ; 3 tall 20cl Meal or Grits ]10 I&s.- 23c

weeks with her parents Mr. and for Baltimore after a visit 4
.. ........ S
and /
op. RENT Mrs J. M. Shaw. here with his parents Mr. No. White or Red 3.7c BOX
One downstairs OATS
apartment Mrs. O. W. Alderman. Mrs. Alder- with prize .. _ __. _ 25c,
apartlnent. one upstairs. Mrs. O. L. Beaaley has returned man and son remained for a longer Potatoes 10 Ibs __ 25c
Mrs. F. H. 1tR
() home from a visit down the east visit. 3 Ibs. Navy or Lima Beans, lb. -- _ __ _ - .. 7 j.2e
SALE -2 young Essex sows coast with her parents Mr. -r I
I with' 8 and 9 pigs. Marvin girt, Mrs. A. C. Durden of Tampa.Mr. Miss Mary Keown extension district BANANAS lie 5c POTTED ME
--- A TS
IUulse. Fla. 822t. agent of Tallahassee, was In the three year guar- 3 cans ___ ,_ __ .__ JOe
J. C. Turnlpseed of McIntosh the county several days last week Celery, each 5c
') ------- WALDORF
] p' SALE Evinrude outboard spent Sunday with her sister assisting Miss Pearl Jordan, county anted electric refrigerator TOILET PAPER ____ __. __ jc
motor 2 1.2 horsepower and In and brother-in-law Mr. and Mm. i home demonstration agent, with Lettuce, 2 for ---- 25c

Sale fOOd l condition. Call 32 or see P. A. Sweezy.Mr. 1 her work.. SWEET SOAP. 3 for __ ___________ ____ J0c
Anderson. It. I 2lbs.

-- and Mrs. V. L. Jackson : Mr. and Mrs. R. L.. Epperson and LAUNDRY SOAP, 4 for
TICE Ilble We will not 'be respon- Mr. and Mrs. Joiner and children i family returned to their home In Fpr sale byt; Squash w w w w 15c ----- -- -- ---- JOe
from this date for checks of Jacksonville visited Mr. and .Jaclulonvllle Thursday after a visIt lOc BLACK
given or bills made by Milford Mrs. L. S. Hutto Sunday.Mrs. here with Mr. Epperson's par- PEPPER __________ "'_ _ 5c
Crtftl c. c. Grtffls, Minnie ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson. 2 Ibs.
-NaUInaD. It. J. M. Mitchell: Miss Lucille Smith's Service Peanuts lb.-10c OR JAM - .-----.--- -- __ h 23c
Mitchell and Miss Hazel Middle- ,
three -.Cherry ton motored to Jacksonville Mon- Mr. David Oliver, Miss Pauline Pint Oversea Grape Juice .._..._____ ____ 171.2e
lot, city Iota, store on corner day and spent the day. Oliver and Francis Oliver of Ft. StationStarke ,Tall Can

tUre5 small four stock of goods and fix- Lauderdale, spent several days last Fryers, on foot pound _ __ _ __________ 2Se
living with Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
ef rooms at back Mr.i and Mrs. George Livingston week Salmon1Oc
ItIre, and lineD returned to their home Bessent. Miss Pauline Oliver was Jersey
*tra. Tit'tv. roots urvuOTi. of Tampa, Fla. Lily Pure Creamery BUTTER
R. P n>t n. StarkB. Fla., Friday after a visit here with Mr. enroute to Durham. N. C., where Ib. 30c

'D' 8-21-31 and Mrs. J. M. :Mitchell.: she will enter Duke lTl verslt). j.I" j. I . 0I



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Slash Pine Quick SOME RIGHTS tition, particularly between Flor- Description Sec. T. It. A. Owner
OF PEDESTRIANS Ida and other states and foreign .
"Grower SuggestedFor countries and will be based on a Lots 1 I or E% of Blk 81 L.
fo's Nub Division 28 8 U tulle
T. A: Sanders
FARM NEWS SECTION Cut-Over Lands Concede and safeguard the study he has made of that sub- Lot 8 Blk 33 L. T. fc: Co.'* .-......
_ ______ _28 8 U I
rights of pedestrians all motorIsts ject and which he has published as Lot Sub t&IorE',4 Division: ( Blk 33 L.- -Walt.r Cummings ....

(By Spuds Johnson.) are pedestrians some of the I Experiment Station Bulletin 224. T. &: Co.'s Sub. Dlv. --- '28 8 22 Sam Tyson _ I
time. The association convention isebe Lots I 1 &: S or HWBlk 24L -.....
; 1 Conducted By The planting of slash pine and T. A Co.'. Sub"Dlv ____IS 8 U Sam Tyson _ I
l i the protection of growing standsare Pedestrians have the right of Ing held August 2428. Lot I&: 4 or WH Blk 34 <\< --" -'_

) L T. DYER County Agent recommended by the Forest way on crosswalks at all times L. T. &: Co.'. Sub Dlv __28Blks 8 12 Lulu Duhart - I

l MISS!' PEARL JORDAN, Home Demonstration Agent Service of the United States De- unless controlled by traffic lights WEED DESTRUCTION SEEMS Sub 37 Division A 88 L._ T.- __&__Co/____28 8 II A. G. Jenkins -- ...h:

partment of Agriculture as measures and are entitled to full protectionat REASON FOR CULTIVATION EM Elk 40 L. T. &: Co.'s ---. .--....11

to insure a' steady Income all times. If crossing when the Sub Division ______-;_28 8 12 Billy Brown _ .
Lolsl4BIk41LT.&Co's -
NEW BULLETINS ON from many non-agricultural lands light turns they are entitled to I Gainesville, Fla.-A review of recent Sub Division -- -- -- --_- 8 II James E. P'rAnklln--- "I I

Control Summer FARMING SUBJECTS "Fire must be kept out and efficient reach a place of safety without I LotellBlk42LT.&Co.: '. "--_ I
ISSUED BY STATION hazard from vehicles. ; cultivation experiments seems Sub Division __ __ ______28 8 U John Williams
forest essen- '
management .
t,1, to indicate that the main reason ot: IBik42LT.ACo. ---Lot --'.tit I
tial, if satisfactory net returns are I Pedestrians should always use Is to control Sub Division ..._____28 6 12 Julius Butler
Pests Of Gainesville, Fla.-Twenty new to be obtained the Forest the crosswalk or footpath where cultivating crops E442ilk43LT.&Co.'s - '-
Insect says
weeds, R. C. Carlyle, graduate stu- Sub Division _ ______28 8 II Lura Whitmore
bulletins Florida agricultural Is and should
on Service. one provided, obey dent of the University of Florida Lot 8 Blk 43 L. T. A Co.'s -_ I
subjects were Issued by the Florida "Slash pine Is the great dual- traffic lights. They should refrain Sub Division _ ________28 8 13 Hoover Bros
Station the fiscal front roads at College of Agriculture, recently ex- Blk 44 L. T. A Co.'s Sub - --. .I I
,j' Ferns Experiment during crop tree of the Southern coastal crossing; streets or plained after making a study ot: Division _ ________28 8 II A. O. Jenkins
Asparagus .
year ending July 31, 1931, accordIng plain. This tree produces the unprotected crossings or intersec NH Blk 48 L. T. A: Co.'s -- -._ ,

1 to the annual report for heaviest crops of naval stores and tions in the face of rapidly approaching available literature. He pointed out! Rub Division _ ____28 8 U 11. O. Pistord --- .
Lot4Blk -
of 48LT.&Co.'sSub _
a large number experiments, : ,
that 'period, Just compiled by J. also produces valuable timber. It vehicles. : Division - _______28 8 U Livingston
' fi Gainesville. Fla.--There are four This is the over the country, where yields of: Slot2Bik48LT.&Co's: Truby" C0. .
Francis Cooper, editor. Is also the quickest grower of the Avoid crossing streets In mid- :
j corn and cotton as well as some! Sub Division. _ -_______28 8 12 Jim English
/ pests of Asparagus ferns which are largest number of new bulletins four leading Southern pines." And block if traffic Is moving on it. Lot. 6 8 Blk C, N. J. Jones - h__.__ I
P more or less abundant during the which the Station has Avoid into vegetable crops were about as good II Addition 28 8 .
Experiment now Dr. Chas. H. Herty, speakingat stopping suddenly a ---------- .13 A. K. Carantau ._
where the weeds were pulled out or Lute 3 4 Blk i Temple Addition ._.
summer, said Dr. J. W Wilson" assistant printed In any one year of its hIs- the recent Farmers' Week in street or road without first look- .11
c'UIU-1 _____ .28 8 U Mrs.
either destroyed by shallow - d O. M. Inman
entomologist of the Experiment ,Gainesville, says that the unchlp- Ing to the left and then to the Lots 1 2 Blk 2 Temples Addition '- ... N

I Station, In a recent radio address tory.Copies of most of the new bulle- ped slash pine can be made into right.If vatlon. _ -- ____________28 6 21 D. E. Knight .
Lot -
+ 3 Blk 2 Temple Addition '" I II I
over WRUF. These are cat- tins have already been given dIstrIbution either white bond walking the
or highway use
newsprint paper on.a 28 8 13 MrlC.
-- ----------- Cella Carter
Madison 17 blocks of ._.
paving ..
rplllars, blister beetles, grasshop- in the state. Mr. Cooper pulp. Still another possibleuse left side of the road facing the! Lot 4 6 BUt 2 Temples Addltlon _.. I
laid around Seaboard Oil Station !8 8 U
- - --------- D. E. Knight _
t ers, and mites.Caterpillars says that the demand for Experi which may be developed someday approach of traffic. If walking at No. 2 corner West Base and North Lots 1234 Blk 3 Temple n. _. ._ 1''
feed on the tInder ment Station publications is grow- before long. night, carry a light if possible. streets.. Addition - _?______28 8 U D. E. Knight __ _._ ..
arts of tbe ferns for about 10 ing as more Information is made Slash pine Is found throughout If driving cattle or other animals Washington Tract Blk 6 Temple Addition -- II
- -_________28 8 21 C L.
I Jays. They can be controlled by available. practically all of Florida. It has a on the roads, keep them well Lot 346 Blk 7 Temples Pee-------------- I

spraying or dusting with either The Experiment Station has now tendency to spread widely on cut- to left side, facing the approachof Addition I - ----------28 8 U C--------------------
Lota 6 7 Blk 7 Temples Addition I
lead arsenate or calcium arsenate.For Issued a total of 237 bulletins sinceIt over lands and old fields possibly traffic.. COFFINS & CASKETSAnd _ 28 II U
---------- E. W. Hayes .
the spray, two pounds of lead was established in 1887. due to the fact that It makes frequent a Full Line of NIllRSinlnt6&alllots ---- '_---.1 2 2a
should be mixed with CO 7 Blk 9 Temples, Addition
arsenate While some of the bulletins Issued seed crops, while the other _
FLORIDA MAN ON - ------------zg 8 U D. E. Knight ___
gallons of water. If the dust meth- last year were of a techlncal pines seed rather infrequently. Undertakers' Supplies Fracl k-1 A Temples Addition h.__._..

od Is used, a light, even coveringof nature, many of them are of pop- The Forest Service recommends PROGRAM NATIONAL, Lota 1234667_ ---13---14---Blk--_28 8 13 C. L. Peek __ __ _____

the dust should be given to all ular Interest Among those whichare protection of the stands from fire. VEGETABLE GROUP AUTOMOBILE HEARSE Lolt Temples Addition _._28 8 32 M. R. LIddon Est .
parts of the plant. Frequent and likely to prove of Interest to Thinning methods also are Always .. Ra>.. Tae bed 11 12 Elk 11 Temple --- _.

shouldbe suggested Gainesville, Fla.-Dr. C. V. No- ervlee at the lowest .rl_ - _. 28 8 32 Mrs. P. E. _
heavy applications of poison the: farmers of Florida are the following some types of management ble economist'of Special ...e tloa te telecmph Blk dld81'lOrot- 9 10--11- 12'13 Bailey ____.. I
agricultural the
avoided as they are apt to causea : being> best adapted to lumber 14 Blk 14 Temple Ad-
brIttleness of the fern which pro FlorIda Experiment Station; is in ordor.REGISTERED dition _ ____________28 6 n C. L. Peek _____ .
No. 218 Fertilizer
Experimentswith duction, others to growing crops of EMBALMER Lots 3 Blk 16 Temples Ad -?- - II
reduces Its quality and increasesthe Cincinnati, where he is to give a dition _ __________
Truck Crops. pulpwood or turpentine, or to the __28 U ;1. O. Prevatt _____ ,
danger of burning. paper before the 23rd annual con- DEWITT C. JONES Lots 123 Blk 22 Temple -- ---
No. 221, The Tung 011 Tree. production of all three. Addition _ ___ -
-6 U J. W.
Blister beetles can be driven out I vention of the Vegetable Growers'Association Edwards _ __._.. I
I No. 223, Miscellaneous Tropicaland On account of its quick growth TARKB. FLORIDA Lot 11 12 18 Blk 22 Tem

l' of the fernery by having several, Sub-Tropical Fruits of Florida.No. I habits, and the fact that he believes of America. His talk I Lttlel. Addition - ------28 ,8 13 C. L. Peek -- ______.. t
in line beat the ferns will deal with truck crop compe- II Blk 23 Templea Ad
men 224 Florida Truck I
Crop it will used lu.
tip ..the manufacture I _
28 sa
n8--BI1 ---- ------- .8 J. L. Peek _____ ___..
lar> I
1 with brushes. Blister beetle ae Competition, Inter-State and For- of pulpwood. Dr. Herty NOTICE Lots 2 S3 Temples hh

+ feed on grasshopper eggs, and are recommends it as an excellent cash I Notice Is hereby given that the following; described lands will be soldat Lot Addition 5 Blk 23- _ ---_:Addition _.:._28 8 22 T. R. L. Daucherty hh_._ I
thus an advantage. If the ferns eign.No.. 223/ Diseases of Watermelons crop. He says it is one forest crop the public 7th day auction of said I on month the FIRST, before MONDAY the: Courthouse IN SEPTEMBER Door at Starke, 1911. 'It In being Brad- fot1 __-____-_-Henry O. Mason - ---_____..._..__._ I
are being sprayed for caterpillars, In Florida.No. ford county, State of Florida, much thereof Lars 8 !9 12 Blk 23
which we can plant and realize on or so as will be necesuary
t: the blister beetles will be controlled. 229, Diseases of Citrus in In our own day. cost to pay of the nuch amount sale and due advertising for taxes set opposite C. A.the FUTCII same together with the Lots Temples 18 14 Addition Blk 23 Temple_ ___?8 6 22 C. L. Peek ._____._..... t
Florida.No. Collector. Addition _ ___ .____ _23 6 22 Lois Peek Perryman ..._ t

Grasshoppers can be poisonedwith 232, Florida Truck and Garden Description gee. T. R. A. Owner A Tears Costs Lot 2 Blk- _24. Temples_________Addition ___28 6 22 TV R. Crosby .. n.._.. I
bait made
a by mixing Insects. ; Lot 1 2 3 Blk 27 Temple

pounds of wheat bran and 5 I poundsof No. 234, The Two-Spotted Mite . .SUCCESSFUL Com 100 fe W of NE cor of Addition _ __ _____ .28 6 22 Mrs Fronle Clemon. n__ t
Lot 11 Blk 27 Temples Addition -
\VVj of NWVi of HEVi of
cottonseed meal, ,or 25 poundsof of Asparagus Ferns. NK-4 &: run S 245 ft W _ __________28 8 23 B. A. Thomas ...n._... s
wheat bran, with a pound of No. 236 Swine Production in '" HOMEMAKING 100 ft N Hi ft E 100 to Lots 4667 Blk 27 Temple

parts and then moisteningthe ., beg _ _______________28 8 23 Essie Short - -._::___ 6.11 Addition _ __________28 8 22 C. L. Peek _ _. __.h_ t
green Florida. All NW% of SE14 8 of CallCom All! Blk 29 ex: lot 14 Peek'

mixture with one-half gallonof Copies of any or all these bulletins Iy OK ACE VIAll GRAY St. _ _____ --- 28 < 22 E. D. Card __'-__________ 45.38 Addition _ __________28 8 22 C. L. &: J. L. Peek ...... I:
on N line of NWW ofSBVi All! Blk 30 lots
cane syrup and about 2 1-2 gallons (13 )
: may be obtained free by FlorIda on E side Church St. _ -_________28 6 21 C. L. &: J. L. Peek. I'
of water. This bait should be residents on request to the Experiment TASTY LUNCHEON DISH &: run H on said St 175 ft All Hlk 31 ((4 lots) Peek's) n

scattered in small flakes over the' Station. Id 210 ft N 17S ft W 210 Addition _ __________28 6 22 C. L. &: J. L. Peek I
hit '"different"( for ft to ben _ __ __ _. .-28 8 22 E. 1 I. Smith _?________ 15.04 All! Blk 32 (13 lots) Peek's hn
fernery.The Something n ( 3AInNVCorotNl4 of Addition _ __
28 8 22 C. L. & J. L. Peek .
----- : II
two spotted mite attacks luncheon Is nlwnya welcome to the 8W% of NW% _________28 < 22 dao. H. Weller ._.___.. 6.11 All! Blk 83 ((14 lots) Peek's "n.
STATE HALE 1'UKEIIKEI) housewife who finds herself getting/ Lots 1 8 6 1 Blk 2 Orl III Addition 28 0 22 C. L. & J. L. Peek ...
ferns In sections. It; be
some can ____________28 .m
Into 1rllt In tills renpeit. A happy -' Town 8 22 D. C. Jones ______?____ 14.14 Lots 22460789101213
controlled by spraying with a white DAIRY CALVES WILL BEHELD Lots 6 7 Blk 13 Original 14 of Blk 34 Peek's add _28 6 sa C. L. &: J. L. Peek 2!
oil emulsion, such a Volck, one gal- IN GAINESVILLE suggestion is banana frittersnerved Town _ _ ___________28 8 22 J. C. Hunt ___________ '0.91'Com Lots 1 2 8 7 10 Blk 35 .m.
with lemon IIIIU! <'8. They are 88 1-8 ft W of SB cor Peek's Addition _ _____28 6 22 C. L. & J, L. Peek I
4 on to 100 gallons of water, applied appetizing: / und piquant, yet substantial of lot 7 Blk 17 &: run N Lots 3 4 B 6 8 Blk 35 Peek's m.

inder a pressure of 150 to 200 Gainesville, Fla. Decision to enough to constitute a one- 105 tt W 80 1-3 ft 3 106 ft Addition -------------g 6 23 F. L. Turner _____.m._ 1
to Call St E 30 1-3 ft to
tounda. hold a state sale of purebred dairy dish meiil. Original Town ____28 6 22 Mrs. Lot 9 Blk 35 Peek's Addi-
beg P. d. Maddox _____ 65.20
tion _ ___ __________
.. calves in Gainesville during No- The first step) Is to make the fritter Com at NW Cor Call &: Lots IS11&BIk : W<4 lot 10 28 8 21 Mamie M. Os trail ...._ !

vember was made by the state hnttpr. This Is made hy beatIng on Walnut Call street street 141)&: ft run:3 I In W 36 Peek's Addition 28 8 23 C. L. & J. L. Peek .. .._ 8
an with two tnblenpoonfula Fracl lots of Blks A &: B
dairymen's association during its egg to a pt of beg thence N
I of sugar and one tablespoonful of 105 ft W 16 ft H: 10S ft Peek's Addition _ ___28 6 23 C. L. & J. L. Pert ------.1
recent meeting here in connection __________28 6 22 Lots 1 2 .1 12 Blk B Rising's
HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES K 16 ft to beg D. E. Knight ___________ 20.69
with Farmers' Week.. The sale will\ One house &: lot In Blk 18 Addition ----28 6 22 Mrs. Cella Carter. on 1
I Starke housebounded Lots 4 6 9 11 Blk B Rising's
F Weekly from Home Demonstration probably be held on November 10. known as N by Call st W Addition _ __________28 8 22 Hoover Dros. _ __ t,
Committees have been appointed, by C. I Peek S by Rivera Lots S I 10 Blk B Rising'sAddition
HHH-lull-t| Tallahassee &: E* by lot of J. 13. ---______28 8 23 D. C. Jones n_____. ... 4
and definite will be
I plans announced Futch _ ______________28 8 22 D. E. Knight _. .. _____ 6550 Lois 7 8 Blk B Rising* Addition ..
later Residence lot on W side Blk 8 23 John A. Curtis ---...... 4
The Extension bounded N by Cull St Lots 1 2 El------------2 C Rising' Addition .
UVAn\. MTl'LE BEST Agricultural Ser- 18
( ()NSI :
.. _________ ..._4 .
13, by Starke House & W. 28 8 23 J. C. Poppell .. _._ _
vice will assist the assocIation in II Rivers S by Madison .. Lots S 4 5 9 111k C Rising's

A conservative style 1 Is one in making arrangements.This HtV: by Court St ex lots Addition 28 6 23 L. Morgan i
sold to J. It. Lots 10 11 12 13 14 Blk C
which all the extremes a're avoided. will\ be the second annual Davie In &:cor Long &: Richard Itlfilnfr'a. Addition' _--23 8 22 John A. Curtis non' ,

Skirts shoulJ be of average sale of the association, the first &: ex lot sold to Clara L All' BlkeRHIJKLR.
that when faddists one having been held last October t'1 Peek __-____--__28 6 22 C. L. Peek 93.10 .ing's Addition .. -_----28 8 23 Qeo. It. Wellor ------5
length are
so ti 'V 31 ft lots 2 4 Blk 19 Lots 12367 Blk 1 Wynn'sAddition
wearing theirs extremely short, Monttcello., It Is expected that i ii oriir town __________28 6 22 Bradford County Bank ..268.50 ________ ._28 8 23 R, F. Demorast.. .__.. II

I F conservatives are enjoying a modest 30 or more calves will be consignedand i B 211!) Orlgrlnal ft of W%'Town lots _2 4__BlkI ___28 8 22 D. C. Jones ____________M 64.30 I Lot 4 Blk- -1 -Wynn's------ .Addition _____-28 8 23 W. E. Daugherty _-h :
length; when the next season auctioned. Lot 8 ex N 10V4 ft of Blk .20 Lot It 9 10 Blk 1 Wynn'B

brings a long skirt these sensible \I r"i Original Town _ n__ ._28 6 23 Bonita E. Jones ...____ 36.45 Lot Addition. _____I____28 8 23 R. 11'. Demorest --_. I
4 Bile 2
Lots II 8 Hlk 22 Original
_ people may be wearing their a lit- I i r Town _ _' _,__________28 8 23 D. J:). Jones _______._____ 18.60 _ ______________28 6 U Marie Lnxono _ _.. -6
Lots :2 I Blk 27 Original 1 '' Blk 1 2
tle shorter than the faddist who
\VKUP FARM PKOGKAM Town . ___..__..-__.-4&CM 6 23 Unknown _ ?_? __ 36.45 'r\V'n; ':sA.rd; :onF 28 6 23 R. F. Demount ----- .. !
had to discard all her short skirts, "The Voice of Florida" of lots 1 J I 6 Hlk. 24 ? Com nn Rld.. Walnut St

but the conservative dress still Original Town - ___23 6 23 Q. C. Sweat. & Sister ___ 7.80 at NW cor Baptist par-
J Lots240&>> : Wi14-Ints136 Nonage lot & run 13 210 ft
looks well. The dress may be so -- ex 70x70 It In NW cor __28 6 22 Q. C. &: S E. Sweat ____ 45.38 N 70 ft W 210 ft to Walnut
planned that variety can be secured Galnenvlile Fla. Another Interesting ", ;'j"'i\1\! Deg 80 ft S of Nlfl cor of St thence S on said Ht
I - A""" '..... ...if.;! Hlk 2U as extended on to beg __ __ __ 28 6 23 D. E. Knight ______. II
? -- --
by a change of vest, collar, tie or array of subjects for the < l'd ;..;.'-"" Uimey's map & run S 91ttW8uttN9tfti38oft One lot of land bounded E
f' I beads. The degree of conservatism farm WRUF state ,,) I bv
program over Tempe Ave 8 by Pratt
I . ____. --8 6 22
( which a dress should show may be radio station here, is scheduled for ;. N'i"" i ,. , p'l..\ BUM to beg 80 ft_ S- of NE cor of A. W. Anderson _ _____ 28.29 St by W land hy Randorsnn of N. T. Ritch.LaneN

somewhat Influenced by the ma- ,I tho week beginning August 29. 1 .':" I ilk 29 a. extended S onFSusey'e 1/1 ex 1 lot 100 ft square In28 6 23E.. W. Hayes --------... t
terial of which It Is made, and the These programs go on the air from : map & run I SC cor __
ftW80ftN91ftE80ftto of land bounded
Banana fritter made One lot
r' occasion for which It is to be used. 12 to 12:45: p. m. dally except Sunday with self-rising flour.are easily Served with beg (19J'J tuxes) _____28 6 23 A. W. Anderson ________ 19.60 hy Hlk 81 original Town N '
Ulk 84 J. M. JohnsAddition
For example a summer dress of Following Is the schedule: a lemon sauce they make a tasty Lot _ ____________28 6 22 Mary B. Moloney ______ 7.89 H &SbyIly&W by -1/.
TompHon St .. .__28 6 23 R. M. Sparkman - --'
thin inexpensive material which Sat., Aug. 29 Florida Farm luncheon dish. Lots I S Lllk 32 J. M. Johns

', will obvIously lust but a short, time News and Hints. U. S. Farm Science Addition 1367 I _BIk83J.M._ __. __-___-28 8 22 II. M. Sparkman ______ 4.33 One of lot SWi/105, of ft "sw q. In% SD. .cor.__28 6 22 E. W. Draggers - --..- !
Lot. .
may reasonably be made up In a Snapshots.Mon. melted fiit. Add! two.thirls, cupfulof Johns Addition _____28 8 22 John n. McKinley _____ 43.95 One NE01'lot 52'4 of lot ft living hy 105 220 ft In ft

less conservative style than a ., Aug. 31 Selecting Dairy milk and one cupful of sl'lt.rI8' Lot 8 Blk 84 J. M.____Johns____28 8 S of Madlnnn st & bounded -
_ 22
ing Hour, sifted once iind added Addition- O. M. Inman _________ 22.17 N
by Edwards E
sturdy fabric, such as wool, which Cattle Hamlin L. Brown. Farm Lots t 8 Bile 38 J. M. John by __ I
will be used for business or street slowly I Addition _ ________28 6 22 A. W. Anderson ..__ 20.19 Sander St --. _. _--28 6 22 Henry d. Mason -- -
Reporter. Beg at NW cor Bay &: Mad
\\lioii the butter Is ready take Lots 1 < Hlk 21 J. M. Johns!

wear. Tues., Sept. 2 Timely Farm \\oll-rlpenpd bnminiia remove Addition _ __ _______'-38 6 22 D. C. Jonas '_._ _____ 32.38 W lnon 330 etc ft &to run Broadway N 105 St ft

The person who dresses on a limited Jobs and How to Do them J. the skins and fiber, and cut In Lot Addition 4 & Blk- I,L._ _T.___&_: _Co.___*_28 6 22 J. W. Edward ___ S on said St 10S ft to
4, Income should remember that hen lengthwise and ngnln crosswise 18.60 Madison on '
Francis Cooper. Primer for Town in ht'.ngcE: I
Lot 7 Blk 1 L. T. & Co. aid St 302 ___28 6 33 Mr. Josephine Edward
strictly seasonal fabrics are not- Farmers. If large.: Sprinkle with cln- Addition[ _ -----.'-98 6 33 C. L. Peek ______ 3.43 Com 6214 ft W of NW cor

economIcal. While most materials Thurs. Sept. 3Selecting Seed nnmon and lemon juice and dip Lot 6BIkILT.&Co.: of Call &: Bay at* &: run
AdditionI.. _____ ** 6 22I Q. W.
of Into ? SnellgroveC. ____
be each piece fruit separately 7.89 N 820 ft to land of A. L.
may worn throughout the
year, Corn Fred H. Hull. Farm BIk.e7 89LT.&Cu.'a:
fur trimmings and a few fabrics Flashes the hwtter.I Addition T.____'_28 23I L .Peek _.....n__ ".87 H Alvar-s 3IS ft to thence Call at W thenceE 121 ft ,
)ioi'. Into' deep fat hot enough Lot 8 Blk 11 L.' Co. *
such as velvet and organdy, are Fri., Sept. 4 Care of Sows at to brown a small rube of bread In Addition _ ________'_28 22 Annie May Bennett __ 11.03 also! on lot Call I of St land 113 ft boundedE to hear:

d suitable only for certain seasons, Farrowing Time-W. J. Sheely. one minute. Cook the fritter until Lot Addition 10 Blk _14_L. T..._*__Co._ *38 I 22I Verna Lamb by Edwards N by A. I* I
Johns __ .
and if such materials are chosen Farm Reporter. H pale brown, then drain. on tinplnrpil Lots .SSI59B1k14..T. -', 16.03 Alvarez W by Broadway

the usefulness of a dress will be )paper and dust with confetlon..r's Lots&Co/s 6567891011B1k Addition _ ______28 23 Unknown _ _ _____ St&: Mr.A S Mitchell by Mrs. Humphery. _ -___28 6 33 W. M. Edwards _ .11

limited.If STATE FIG CLUB SHOW sugar Serve with lemon One lot of land IU ft N *
11 L. T. & Co.'s Addition.28 6 S3I R.
: F.
Demorest _
______ 15.oa S by 310 ft E &: W bounded
67 Bile 18 L. T. Co.:.
a girl or woman wishes always OCTOBER 27-28 TO BEHELD
i KHiice la made ns follows: Addition _ ___ __28 S3 Mrs E. B. N by Pratt St. &: E by r
6 to appear well dressed she will not IN TALLAHASSEE Two tnblegpoonfiils of selfrisingHour / Lots II t 10 11 131k 19 L. T. Bennett ____ (31 Sanderson Lane _ __28 6 22 J: "W. Harrell __-- .11

plan her wardrobe entirely on the Mended with two thirds cupful & Co.'s Addition _____28Blks. 6 22 Livingston, Truby A Co-_ 1.15 One lot fronting; on Broadway
& Co.: St hounded N by old
10 tl 23 L. T. : *
principles of what "they" are wear- Tallahassee, Fla. The annual of ansnr. Add one cupful boll- Addition _ _______'8 0' II-C. L.Peek, ______ 1160 county jail S by land M.
Ing, but will stud/ her individual pig club show and contest will beheld Ing; water slowly,;: stirring well toprevent Lots 3455759101114. L. Johns known a* Kach- .IS
forming. Add silk 14 L. T. Co. Ad elhfarp lace ______ ---__28 6 :31 Robt. P. Jones -._
style, and the lines of her figure here October 27 and 28, ac- lumps from dition. _ _____88 6 II-C. L. Peek _____ Lot 14 Blk 3 City Park I
and coloring ao that she may, in a cording to an announcement by K the jlllcft and grated rind of halfa Lots I 2 13 of 13Ik34 L. T. 6.31 Sub Dlvlxlon 1 ___28 6 II H. Wiggins' --
lemon and cook until the mixture\ _ _ .__28 I S3 Lot 4 nik I Park
: Co.'s Addition Unknown _ _, City Sub 1
sense set her fashion. W. state club T.89
The boys'
own Blacklotk. T. & -- Division' ----
thickens. Serve hot. Lot 8 >9> 10 Blk 85 U - -- ------ 23 6 II Walter J. Redman -
most satisfactory plan Is to avoid agent In Gainesville. It will be held Self.rifting soft wheat flour Isnsedxln Co's Addition - ___??28Lota 6 23I Livingston Truby A Co. (.II Lot 3 Blk 8 City Park Sub I'
conspicuously fashionable clothes .connection with the Leon County 451lk21I.T.aCO'sAddition. Division. _ 28 8 12 E. W. Miller __--- --
; ----------
. ._28
__ .
these fritters because It Is S3 A. Starling _ _. 14.14 Lots g t Blk 8 City Park J
iI and to select Instead, conservativeand Live Stock Show, sponsored by the more economical. With It fewer I Lots 6 7 Hlk 27 L. T. Co.. ? Sub Division _ ---___28 6 22 Mr. E. K. Ferryman -- '

beautiful lines and colors agricultural committee of the I eggs are nfOcf'fI811ryII'f! oivly one Addition ------------2 8 6 33 S. I; Coleman 9.68 Lot 2 Blk 4 City Park Sub .,_

which reflect the tendencies of the chamber of commerce and County egg for each cupful of flour). Resides 111k3p.xlot31.T.o.Addition: _ _________:_._28 6 33 C. L Peek __ Lots Division is 14 1980Rtk! 9RN 28 8 22 Frank A. Swee.y ---' 1I

prevailing mode, and, at the same Agent. G. C. Hodge. It \III cheaper to have n miller Lots 1 3 11 13 14 Blk 31 L. 12 U Dowllnir's Addition _ __38 6 13 R. F. Demorest _----- -

time, express the Individual.- -Lucy It Is expected that between 100 combine the Hour, salt and baking T. A: Co.'s Addition _____88 6 S3I C. L. Peek __ u 9.(8 Lots Elk 29 S It.30 N.31 33 83 34 35 36 .
WLSBik4LT.&Co.'aSubDivision Dowllng' Ad- r I
Belle Settle. and ISO:: pigs, both breeding animals powder[ nt the mill than for each I _ ___n__ .__38 33 Rose Cox: _ _ 7.89 dttlon _ ?.__________2d I 21 _" R. F. Demorest ------- w
and barrows will be shown InrlMdual' honienniker to do so In Lot 8 Ulk 1 Lots 3 &: 4 BlkIlot4BIk11L.T.&Cu. Blk 1 Oaakln's Addition __29 6 28 Edward Burns. ------
the kitchen. The miller elves the : .'. LoI" 7 .8 10 In Everl,.'. I
Winter GardenR..R. D. Keene, by club members from the central Utter the advantage of wholesale J l Sub Division - -..-.-U. 22 Livingston.. Truby A Co. '.82 Lot.Addition _ ---_____J9 6 23 R. H Starkey. _--
Co., of Eustis started construction and western part of the state. A curlot prices on these materials.So Lot 5BIk11t T&Co.'* and 1 half 2 11 16 lea E 20 ft
Sub Division : ___._.23 0 23I Essie Short acre In NE cot
of citrus packingplant in this city number of prizes will be awardedthe self-rUIng\ flour Is more economical -, > 1.21 of SEV of SEVt less E 20 J
W 4 Blk >12 U T. A Co.'sSub
y New Smyrna-Water plant improvements winners.In to use In home baking and Division : 28 S3S3 Ella Matthew ?.?,_ 9.63 tt - - -I. I 22 0. C. Sweat ...- --

nearing completion. addition to hogs, the countylive furthermore' the results are more LotIBiklSLT&Ca's: 3H acre in SE 4 of SE' A
certain. Sub Division ___- .. 28 < Ephram Thomas _ __ '.41 1 acre In NE'4 of SE;:'4
Daytona Beach-Plans under stock show will include beef Lots 1 S Blk IS Butt I known as the Butch II

way for expansion of plant of A. and dairy animals exhibited by / lots 3 A 4 BIle If lots 1 Sand Place _------2> a II K. A HooperII _--
El 38 ft lots I A 4 Blk 8 1-7 acres land bounded E
B. C. Bakery here. both club members and cattlemen. CsJnesvlUe-University of Florida 1C L. T. A Co.:* Sub Division br Butch Place 8 by By

Mount Dora-Mount Dora Crate ... moved into new $80,000 In- _ _____31 I SS Annie Mack Coleman 17.73 W by street A N by N Bi I
All Blk 14 L. SubDivision lino of Slil', of Sr1'___ _
& Co. bulk T. A Co. : tl I Bert Bogart -
Supply plant completed. Fort MyerNew $100,000 firmary. _ _____18 < 33 Livingston Truby A Co. 3.14 A In sw cor of 8E" or
Plant City The Rendezvous, plant of Gulf Refining company located Miami Ground broken for contraction SE&W2AofSE4of!: I '

refreshment and build- Co.' Sub Division1$ II A. 0. Jenkins SID" _ ---_29 6 13 ICr. V. Torr.uUa--
eating chop, opened at Dean and Bay streets of proposed federal r.-. 3.64 I
A-! IfY *** ofNEE
for bucinew. Block IS A 31 U T. Co.. ? 5 .r a

I formally opened. lag;. Sub Division ... .28 8 II Livingston Truby Co. 3.14 \(, & 8E J((._. a W-or f1l S IS Edwar Burns - -"' 110'


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2 ... .'\ ---- -- m_ ___ ._- .. - - -- --. -. -, .. -. .- -- -- -.,-----. .. -"
'- -- -- -- -- - - -- '- - --- --
too if the dealers are notified In I of this;; and the known susceptibility a cheesy growth In the windpipe 7th day of September A. D. 1931. to will be taken a. confessed by said D. 19JO, has filed said certificate In ',
advance. and know what they the highest and beat bidder for cash defendant.It my office and made application fur ,
oBuOdUpfarminghterests may of the young birds we have no or trachea. the following described property la further ordered that this order tax d,'"'' to Issue thereon In accordance
w expect they can arrange to handle evidence indicating Ttilnrrmlu.. While no cases of situated In Bradford County, FlorIda be published once a week. for with law. Said certificate embraces -
the shipment to much better ad- that quail to-wlt! four consecutive week In the Hracl- the following described property -
chicks tularemia or "rabbit disease" are Bmrlnnlnff at Northwest corner of ford County Telegraph a newspaper situated In Bradford County.
vantage. In a later issue of the die of Coccldiosls In the positively known In quail of Geor. Section 25, and running Kant 431 published In said county and itate.Thl Florida tr>.wlt:
Tribune the writer will go into the wild under normal conditions tho yards thence South 440 yards. thence Aug. !Kill, 1931. Southwest quarter of Northeastrunnier
careful lookout
gia or Florida a wont 435 yards thence North 440 O. W. AT-DKIUIAN, Except 4 acres on Kant skit
I matter of making the farm pay. a' few may be so lost without the should be kept for it by all who are vitrds, to point of beginning! Also (Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court, & Southeast quarter of Northweuciiunrter

How to dispose of the farm prod- fact being recognized. Probably the interested in these for the beginning at the Northwest corner Bradford County, Florida. Section 81-1-22--77' acre
birds oC Section 25. and running. Rust 400yards 1C. Hf JOHNS. Storks! Fla.Solicitor I The assessment. of saul property
every traIe and profes- ucts for cash as well as how to pre- comparative freedom from this disease reason that rabbits are known to thence yards for a for Complainant. under the said i-i-rt Iflonlo' l"t ted was

I: most that of farming. has pare the products for the market. during the danger period Is die of It and experimental Infections point of beginning, ha41 g from ;thence 8-7-5t-9-4. In .the name of Mr. L. K. KB loll.Unless .
except run East SHU yards thence South 880 said certificate shall t><. re
nlzatlon for the purpose But it must be understood that duo to their wide clean range and have demonstrated that quailare Minis. thonci'Vest 9x0 yards thence NOTIC-H deemed according to law tax: dead

II :; the interest of that the whole secret of success lies the way they move around uponit very susceptible while a known North 880 yards In Section 25 III Circuit Court. Twenty-Sixth Judicial will Issue thereon on the 7th day of ,
anctng dSoul
i .vviinhtp Seven h of KanrnTwenty Bradford September: A. D. lOll
-l or profeS8t07 in local farmer co-operation. They seldom lingering in any one transmitting agent in the form of (80) .Kiint containing ION State of Circuit Florida., In Chancery.A County. I>at..d this 6th day of August A.

here Is the great funda- must. work together the same as place more than a day or two. the rabbit tick occurs commonlyboth acre more or I....... D. Martin D, 1931.

fai reason why the farmer of other professions and industries Under the crowded conditions of on quail and rabbits. That It J. I.Special FRAZKE Waiter.B. . Complainant. (Seal) Clerk Q. W.of ALDERMAN Circuit Court

1 yesterday and always hast and in that way they will all be captivity however, Coccidiosis may may occur among quail at times is M J011N9: vs.Lucy C. Martin Bradford County, Florida. 4

'I, bow down and take his hat benefitted.The cause severe losses of young quail indicated by a leaflet published by Solicitor for Conplalnant.8U.at8.. littfendant.It 8-7-51-0-4. ',

trade or calling. first thing to do' should be and it has been regarded in the Appearing by affidavit appendedto
other the Public Health Service implicating
every the bill filed In the aboveiitatedcause !INOTIOH OF APPLICATION: FOR' ,
what others would select to to call a meeting of all the farmersof past as the most serious stumbling these game birds In two human ftOTICN API'l.iriTIOM' Foil that the residence of Lucy C. TAX ....1.n:
and be block in the artificial TAX IIKF.ltNotice Martin the defendant therein named Notice I I. hereby given that Cecil
form of
-I his products the community an association rearing
for cases of the disease In the southeast -
urn I I. unknown and that defendantI R. Moore, holder of tax certificate
li hereoy .given that D. B.
- that It was no less; pay what: by electing a president or these game birds. The only means though neither case was entirely Sapp and Martha Sapp, holder of I over the age of twentyone No. 409, the 5th day of August A. t'
asked for their products chairman a vice-president a secretary of combatting the disease known clear. tax certificate No. 284 the 4th day year; It I I. therefore ordered O. 1989. has filed said certificate In
were that said defendant be and she my office and made for
I A. D. 1827. ha. filed pail application .
glad that it was no more. and an assistant secretary consists of rigid sanitation and an Captive quail are known to be certificate July In office and made I I. hereby required to appear tax deed. to issue thereon In accordance 4

,7ar as the actual unity of into -: if necessary and such committeesas abundance of pen room. susceptible to several additional application for my tax: deed to Issue lo the bill of complaint filed in. saidcause with Uw. Said certificate em.bracfi .
before the
for divorce Mon. described
on or following v
- was concerned the farmer, may be necessary. Then hold Blackhead. The disease knownas diseases while wild quail may have Said thereon certificate In accordance embrace with the law.following m.tI 7th day of September A. L). fltuate.I in Bradford County property

Wd none. He has had to stand regular meetings and take up your blackhead Is, like Coccldiosis malaria as mentioned in the pre. described property situatedIn otherwise. the allegation of Florida to-wlt '
said. bill will be taken confessedby Kant half of flouthweit .
II ,e and fight his battles the best I farm problems and discuss them. caused by a protozoan parasite of ceding article of this series. Ev. Bradford. at Southwest County. Florida of, towitlBeg. South-! said defendant. as Northeast quarter Section quarter 16, Twp.of

ould, and if he lost-aa he alls Let it be well understood that no the intestinal tract It is a serious erything Indicates, however that went quarter of Northeast corner quarter It I I. further ordered that this or 8 S"uth Range Si 13] SO A.
too bad, and be discussed disease of turkeys to which chickens A East 671 8-4 ft. North 800 ft.We..t der'be published once a week for The assessment of said. property
did- -it was Just politics or religion is to the wild birds are singularly run four consecutive week In the Bradford under the said certificate IssueJ was
671 8-4 ft. South BOO ft. to beg.Section
was all there was to in the meetings. Let it be have a high resistance altho healthy as a rule under conditionsat 34, Twp 8 South Rang 23 County Telegraph a newspapermiMlshed In the name of Lee Jenkins.

farmer may make goodS strictly a farmers' organization for they may act as carriers. While an present prevailing in the southeast F."Mt-ll acres.The This August In sAId 4th county 1981. and *tat.. Unless according said certificate to shall be deed redeemed -

1; work himself and family in I the purpose of advancing the interest occasional quail Is lost in captivity where their range Is ordinar. under assessment the said certificate of said property l issued G. W. ALDERMAN will Issue thereon on 11:7t's.: .. of ,

it cold rain or shine yet note of its local members. from this disease it has not been ily either plowed up or burned over was In the name of Unknown.Unless (Sen) Clerk Circuit Court. September: tinted .this, A. D. 1991.
II t, K. M JOHNS: Starke, 1 1a. 6th day of August A.
enough actual cash to pay a I Such meetings will be come surprisingly recorded from the wild birds and at more or less frequent intervals.The according said certificate to law shall tax be deed redeemed Solicitor for Complainant D. 1931 -

,,11 doctor bill because the onlyp interesting when the club quail, fortunately do not appearto fact that quail do not ordinarily will Issue Inert-mi DM the 14th day of I 8-7-51-9-4. (Seal) Clerk O. W. ALDERMAN of Circuit: Court, ,

on which he depends to pay I gets into good working shape and be very susCeptibile to it. Exam- concentrate on certain favored September this, A. I 12th). 1031.pated day. of August, lu"rU'1Q OV APM.irATION: Foil ; Bradford County Florida.. ,

taxes and other accounts may I many splendid possibilities will develop ination of quail dying from black. portions. of their range as certain A. L>., TAX IMOiail i 8-7-61-9-4.

bring enough to pay the cost I I I I themselves as a result.- head usually reveals a spotted llv,, other game birds are prone to do, 1931.a. w. ALDERMAN :I Notice lit hereby. given. that T... R. No'rU" OP F.I.KfTIO'VI ,
(Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court. I (lain y, holder tax certificate'
rowing it. Then all he can do Florala News. el', and the lower Intestine more or assists also in keeping them free Bradford County Florida." Nl. 80 the t hof day of August, IT. (). Wall mayor of Starke,

--11 in debt for another year's less grown together in a solid of harmful parasites and diseases. 8-14-51-9-11. A. I). 11129. has filed saul certificateIn Florida, by virtue of authority vested
) go In
my office and made applicationfor : me by law. do hereby call an
,,1 I at the same thing. and per- mass. Everyone interested In these game . --I tax deed to issue thereun In accordance election to be held. at the city hall!
with no better results. He DISEASES! OF QUAILAs Sorehead" ," or chicken pox.: : birds should however. be on the IVOTICH or .. with law. Suld certificate I In the aforesaid city by the quali
II ti TAX ilElci I embrace the following deecrlbodpropoity fled voters there., on Tuesday. Septomber .
k- hear about something else but Quail are very susceptible to "sore alert to detect anything In the nature Notice 1 I. h..rehyC'lven./ that Gen situated In Bradford County Nth. 19.11: for the purpose' '
thinks only of himself and real- mentioned in the preceding head," a disease common in poultry of disease among them so A. & Debbie tlnrdlner, holder of tax Florida, to-wlt I t of electing. the following oftluersi '
rertlfl ate No. 267 the 6th day of of Blk 20 In Ward One !Mayor.
wild Lots 1 t 11 12
L his inability to grow a newp article of this series quail flocks of the southeast. Occasion. that the State Game Commissioncan August. A. I). 192V has filed said City Section 8, Twp. '7 South Range Two Aldermen.' 4

-11 alone especially one that he appear to be largely free of disease ally wild quail are reported as suffering be notified, and competent investigators certificate In my office and. made 20 i5.The. One Clerk Treasurer and Tax Cot. t
application for Inn deed > Issueihrreon assessment of said lector. I
under property
,1 t ship In car lots. Cotton maya during the winter months from this malady 'in settled detailed to study the I In accordance with law. under the said crtlfIcatn! I I Issued wttM One Tux, Assessor '
dreg on the market at 5c but conditions at present prevailing in I districts presumably having acquired condition. Only by such means Said. certificate embrace the following In the name of P. A. Crosby. One Marshal.Inspectors. ,
and Florida and hundreds I described property situated Unless said certificate shall be redHBmed of maid. ..election: T, N
to it and Georgia it through contact with Infected about the diseases
growsb be learned
allows how grow can more In Hradford County Florida, to-wlt : avciudlng to law tax deed. Kendrtck, n. 8. llumpluey F, A.
| or little alone. So it matters may be examined at times without I chickens. The eyes of quail of our game birds, and how Northwest quarter. of 5uthenetquarter will Issue thereon on the 7th day of Scott

cotton is only 5 cents and defective individuals being noted. suffering from this disease become to combat them. of SOlllhw..t quarter. section "Hpptenilier, A. I>. 1931. In testimony whereof I hereunto .
6 21 Fa.t-IO
21 Twp. 'outlHanwe liiitcd tillS Slit day of August A. subscribe my nnm aol cause the
.1 .wherries a dollar a quart he Due to the heavy growth jzt very swollen, the birds being blind- e IQUAIL acres.Tha. U. 1931. sen I of the saul. city to lie alTlxe.l: 74

11 1 figure on the cotton because ground cover during the summermonths ed by cheesy growths over the assessment of said. ..propertyiiml O. W. ALDERMAN. this the 4th day of ,August, A. U. 3
INC'ItEASK' AT r the said certificate Issued. was (Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court U81.
knows more about it than he the case is not so clear eyeballs and soon starving through In the name of Ueo. II. Weller.Unions Bradford County Florida. II. C. WALL.

,'s about strawberries. for a considerable loss of quail inability to find food. There are STATE IlKKKDING FARM: cull certificate hail be recl..m..d R-7-Bt-9-4. (Seal' !) Mayor of Starke, Fla. 7
according to law tax d.e'Iwill 8-7-6t-9-4..
-.7 How different if there Is a local from disease might easily go unno- several diseases _jf this general issue thereon on tha lith. day \Oi,1CIo OP APPLICATION: FOIl '

tmer's organization. They bring ticed. As we know comparativelylittle group (including roup influenza of September, A. 1'). 1931. ....,x DK.KII: IC ,,,'r...,,',* 'RIlE
the subject of the price of cot-I[ as yet about quail diseases common colds etc.,) similarly affecting The quail breeding pens at the D.Pate 11)31.) this 12th day of August A. Notice Is, hereby given that Julia Notice. In hereby given that under.
I Albert, hnldur of tax certificate No. and by virtue of
.1. They decide that it does not In the wild we will largely confine I the eyes of the birds in state game farm at Ralford were O. W. AT.TlFJn%TAN 271 the Uth day of August A. 1) decree of foreclosure that mad certain by final the 'Y

[y them to grow it at 5c, so they this discussion to diseases that I some degree. Those interested In Increased for the present season (Seal\) Bradford Clerk of County circuit Court Fla. HUH, ha* filed said certificate In my Judge of the Twenty-Sixth Judicial 7
: from 35 to 75, into which 75 pairs office and made application for taxdeed Circuit of Florida, In Chancery Sit
ide to grow strawberries; and I give trouble where quail are \telng the increase of quail and other upland I jt-H-Bt-9-11._ to issue thereon In accordance ting In the Circuit Court for Brad

h farmer agrees to plant so artificially propagated and that game birds can do much to of choice breeding stock were I with law. Said certificate embraces ford county, Florida on 1 the 3Hth div ,
acres. Then they Instruct may be expected In the wild birds prevent the spread of such diseases placed to furnish eggs for the NOTIfH Of .APPl.irtTIO' Foil the following. described property nf :Julv, A, 1) ion I, In favor of THW I 7
my 'rAX such sit uatud In Hi lid ford county Florida F.OIMCItAIj LAND BANK OF COLUMUIA .
11I ,;ir secretary to write to the detriment under exceptional conditions. by redistricting the range of present season's hutch the state IIf.NL.v. :I is hereby given, that Mrs. to-wttt: a corporaiin. n* complainant '
of agriculture and secure "Quail UiHeaseH." Quail In cap- their chickens, and avoiding the game department bulletin states. e .. holdor of Tax Certificate Lot 1 and! 6, Blk. IS Lincoln City and against II J. Cox May
To than 1SOO chicks No. 3IH. the nth day of August R"ctlon 82, Twp. 0 South. Jiang 22B. M.I Cox, his l wits I J. It. Moore, Jan155 '
date more
: the necessary data on the sub- tivity in crowded quarters or Under use of poultry manure to fertilize A II. 1U2! hal filed said. certificate .' llannan a* Kxecutor of the estate
it of growing strawberries, etc., unsanitary conditions as those their fields. have been taken from the incubators In my office and made application Tlie assessment of said. prol..lyu"d..r of Mrs. Rnsa fj. llannan, deceased. ,
for tax deed to issue thereon tho said certificate Issued wa and tho
Lnwtey National
I, id every member.will see to it imported 'from Mexico to restock Nutritional nOli 1). This Is a deficiency to the runs. Many of these In accordance with law Bald certificate In the name of A. J. William. F.oan Association a, corporation Farm, an J
[at every other member gets depleted areas, are frequently afflicted disease that has caused the are large enough for release. embrace the following described Unless ...1,1 certificate shall b* redeemed defendants. 4:
There Is indication that .property situated In lirad according to 'law, tax deed The undersigned t
11 I / a* Special Ma
btrted oft right so as to grow with an intestinal disorder loss of great numbers of quail In every ford County Florida, to-wlt: will Issue theifion on tha 7tli day uf will offer for sal. In front of rler
22q lera successfully. which causes heavy losses. As this captivity especially in the earlier the percent that will reach maturIty Tteg. 6(13 ft. W & 223 3-IO ft N "' """Iemb.r. A. I). 1911.: the courthouse door In Starke., Flor '
ordinarily will be large. Last season the from Southeast cnr. of Section 19 AY. lilt day of August A ida, durlnir the legal hour of vale,
diseases' before
before the berries socalled "quail of artificial -
Then long are propagation
] days run N 112 ft 13 420 ft S 112 ft W 420 11131. hutwenn the hours of eleven A. M.
dy to pick the secretary will gives little trouble even in cap the importance of an adequate plant under the supervision of T. ft to helf In Southeast qnarter of O. W. ALDERMAN and two o'clock 1'. M., on Monday ,,

Icy the commission houses in tivity where the birds have clean supply of green food of a kind relIshed W. Shuler was placed In the class Southeast South, Itange quarter 22 Kat Section 19 Typ. 'I (Seal) Bradford Clerk of County Circuit Florida Court the 7th day of "September, A. D. U3, i",
to the highest. and best bidder foruuah 4
I various market centers that the range and it not known to occur by the birds was generally with plants making highest recordson un'fJ tisHHMsnient' of I."J'.: S.-5t-tl... the fololwlnir described $,

men club at-will have such at all among wild birds, it Is as- recognized. It is difficult to distinguish per cent of birds brought to ma the said t "' was property. situated In Bradford county 4
will In the name of I.. H. Bedenhaugh.Unless NOTIl'H OP APPLICATION FOIl Florida, to-wltt
A Rich a number of acres of sumed to be caused by crowdingand nutritional roup in the turity. This season's output said. certificate slmll. be redeemed TAX DICED Th* South Half, of the Northeast.

7, ..mtarles for the market. unsanitary conditions. So far living bird from "sorehead", for more than double that of the pre- according to law, tax deed Notice I is hereby given, that Cecil quarter of the Southwest quarter .
vious season. Last demandfor will Issue thereon on the 14th day R. Moore, holder oc tax certificateNo. and the North Half of the Southeast
not year
Tilt! II just an illustration to as known the disease will the eyes are similarly swollen and of "September, A. D. ItSl. SIll, the 6th day of August A. Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of
011'bow easy it is to accomplish spread among the wild quail even blinded as a rule. Examination of these hand raised birds at Dated this 12th day ef August A. 1) 1028 has filed said certificateIn "Section Twenty-four ((34). Township
released in fancy prices exceeded the supply D. 1931. my office and made application Five (5) South Range Twenty-two. .
(Sing when farmers work to- when infected quail are quail that have died from this mal- O. W. ALDERMAN fur tax deed to issue thereon In accordance (82) East.
'to. The matter of shiftingon the coverts the latter either dyingor ady reveals a whitish wash or deposit Already Inquiries for this season'soutput (Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court with law. Said certificate :J. L. FRAZEE.
are being received the bulletin Bradford County Florida. embrace the following described Special Master,
after they get
a non-profitable crop to a soon recovering all over the heart kidneysand 8-14-51-8-. situated W.' '
property In Bradford county M. JOII1TS.
states. Effort Is madeto
rentable crop Is easy for the com- on clean ground. Examination of the other internal organs.As being Florida, to-wltt Solicitor for Complaisant

unity but very difficult for the quail that have died of this disorder this Is a deficiency disease keep the plant on a self-sustain. NOTICE) North, 210 ft. of Northeast quarter $-7St.9.4.'t
basis. In Circuit Court Twenty-Sixth Judicial of Southeast quarter Section 34 Twp.
Ingle farmer. In fact the single reveals ulceration of the intestines caused by lack of sufficient green ing Circuit, Bradford County '7 South Range 2il 13, < acre MAftTKH'll HAI.K 7''
inner below the gizzard. in the diet ..tate of Florida. In The assessment property
cannot do it. food of proper quality Chancery ; Irfct Hereby notice la given that un II
under the said .
With a local farmers club they Coecldlosla. In quail Coccldosis the remedy is obvious and wild Hereby MASTKIl'H notice Is given"ALK that under W. 11. WilliamsComplainant. In the name of S. IS. Trlest.Issued wa der decree and by of virtue foreclosure. of that. mad certain by final A.

rough their own local organiza- seems to be almost entirely a disease birds may only be expected to acquire and by virtue of that certain final vs.Virginia. Unless mild certificate shall be re.deemed V. Long, Judge Pro Iluo Via, for the ,1

k can always get the top of the of infancy presence of Cocci- it under very exceptional con- Judge decree of of the forecloaur Twenty-Sixth made Judicial by the Defendant M. WIlliam., will Issue according thereon on to the law 7th tax day deed of Florida Twenty-Sixth, In: and Judicial for Bradford.. Circuit of .i

arket on whatever they have ton dia in intestinal tract of birds over ditions. Circuit of Florida. In and for Bradford It appearing by affidavit appendedto "September, A. U. 1931. Florida I In Chancery Sitting county on the .t:
by obtaining quotations from two to three months of age not appreciably AspergllloslH. This is a diseaseof County. In Chancery Sitting on the bill filed In the abovestatedcaunn D.Imted 1831. thl* 6th day. of August A, 2flth I day of July A. D, 1831. in favor :
the 18th day of August A. D. 1931 that the residence of Virginia of Joseph Vi. Wilson, as (liquidator
-hers In the various market cenra affecting their general the respiratory system caused In favor of O. H. Colson a* complainant M. Williams, the defendant therein Q W. ALDERMAN for Bradford County !Hank a corporation ,
on the combined products ofPJ condition. In fact from twenty- by breathing In the spores of a and against Moyem Hough named I I. unknown and that defendant (Seal) Bradford Clerk of Circuit Court, its complainant, and against : 9
.. Florida.
and Kthel A. Hough, his wife et al, I I. over the age of twenty- County John
Magyarl and
local club; whereas a few five to fifty per cent of the adult common fungus of mouldy grain or defendant one :year; It I* therefore ordered 8-7-BI-9-4. Ills wife a* defendants.Mary Magyar. 7'

raes Or crates,"a few head of cat- quail examined during the Cooper litter and may be expected occasionally The undersigned' a* Special Mae.tar that paid defendant be and she The said Special, !Master. will offer.
Is will, offer for Hale In front of the Is hereby required to appearto NOTICE OP APPI.H'ATION POll for sale In front '
or I from the of the courthouse
hogs from each Investigation in Individual
farmer quail
ative Quail an
sep- Courthouse door In Starke, Florida the bill of complaint In said causefr TAX IIKKIt door In Starke Florida luring the
rately. would not Interest the southeastern states showed vary- either In captivity or in the wild. during the legal hour of Hale, to- divorce on or before Miinilay the Notice I I. h".byIv..n., that Cecil legal hour of pale between thehours 4
ealer to Coccidia. In spite evidenced wit, between the hour of eleven A. 7lh flay of September, A. D. 1991 R. Moore, holder. of tax: certificate of eleven A. M and Two
of it is by
any great extent. Then. ing numbers Quite frequently M and Two 1M! on Monday the otherwise the allegations nf said blif No )74, the ftlh dny or ,
______.__ _.._.__ u_________________ Alixtisr, A.. o'clock p. M. on Monday the 7th day
-- of September, A. II 19:1to: the
[AiN-.T-iliNG-ON-l\IAIN" Zelm highest and best. bidder. for cash, the
By L. F. Van following described property slttiat-
.,,1 1 In Bradford county Florida, ti
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ with: .
L ,- _ The North Half of the Host Ha
Batty 38uz2: 'r4 _ of the Hofithentit, Quarter nf Sectli '
COYN Thlrty-four (14), Township Six (I
MAIN :' I South Bang Twenty-Two (J3) Rai:
LEADING k'i V1 k'A except therefrom Five ((8) acre In
; !PEI2I i the form Corner.of a square In the Southeast -

I ( Special *"""".

MAIN! STREET Yb "fowN' WALL TJ-1E_WOOSGOWWILS Solicitor R' M. joiim for Complainant. 'a"

'1t'AL Ii'CLEXi 876t4.
T WILL TODOWN- Notice I I. hereby given that all
C1NAL PRE.iONS MOr.I;.>OW rp creditor, legatee, distributee and '
Ftl'"- .. TOIZ 'J.41&. r:1I2E HOU 0 all person having claim againstthe
8'1.. 0 9 estate of J. W. Alvare, deceased -
QC &. t are hereby required to present
t\v\' erAiLeCDoriaTED; UI'fIIEILII'IG '* U"FfffiI their claims, duly authenticated to

t> IWN STREET BY. A.t: 1II .. W Judge the Hon.of Bradford Ueo. A. Clurdlner County Florida'ounty

p. ."" BAN cEj .z for his approval with.In one year
iioiV from date hereof or this notice will
j. COUPLC OC CBOOK6 b* hold In liar thereto. And all per.
....... UP CECWCC.DOROTHY,. sons Indebted to said estate are requested ,'
OIA ... to pay their said debt
'0't'N, forthwith to the undersigned
, FA11.IRJI.. BAN This >rd day of July' A. I). 1931.
L cr. Rxeoutors, Gatati of J. W.
_ _ _ _ u..... _.I _s ...." ,- 7-<-Ot-S-28 Alrare. deceased.NOTIfH .

"'I -:'_ ______- __ __.___________ ____ _ ____. _ TO DKRTOIt AMU! CIIICW-:
; McMamis Notice I I. hereby given that all
DARNIT By Charles er..dltora. legatee, distributees and
all person having claim against
r'r=: =___ ____ __ w. the estate. of Anna a. Murrh, deceased -
BROUGHT -I t "" l. OUTLAST are hereby required to pre I
Il DOWN 1 I C1.JBARRt. WELL. MV PAPA I R 'T'Ot) S2.E 1T AND CARRY IT to the Hon. 'lee A. Uardlnw.
I T .; IT I CAME, HE CootOMT.DODGE county Judge of Bradford count)
HOW vou I ) I .. C o'c'0 ALL AROUND THE CELLtR' IT AN I INCH Florida, for hi,. approval within on
PA.ST MV year from date hereof, or this no '
I 3.n. tics will b* held! In bar thereto. An
C '' all person Indebted to said estate
; are requested to pay their said debt ',f
1 1 I forthwith to the undersigned. ,
This Ird day of July
N. D. {!:twfliJli: :
") & Admlnstrator "..1"1. of Anna O.
: '
c'0"e (
y---g r39t28. Iu rrh... deceased ,
oocr ::'
IOTK-H TO riKiirona AND '..ICD.
__. Notice U hereby given that all l
ip ( creditor legatee distributee
and all person having claim
against the estate of Enoch Orlltl.
deceased are hereby required to
preeent their claims, duly authenticated
n to the Hon. (Iso. Gardiner,
county; judge of Bradford, county,
r-.i Florida I for his approval: within one
year from date hereof or this no-
lice will lie held In bar thereto. And
C AT all person Indebted to said estate
are requeue" to pay their said debt
LC forthwith to the undersigned.
Thl Ird day of July A Jt.
-- e "" MAMIB ( RrjoJ.f ',
Alministratrix' !Estate of Enoch
T-S-t-l-21 OrlJTI...dea*.d-


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i' Y GB rl: llT'' BRADFORD OOUNTY TELEORAPO: : 8':1ARKJC': PLOBIDA ___,__ .. _. __ ___ FRIDAY, At'CtS1l! ,
',t 1 .,. , .. , .. ---,---..,- -- .- -------_ -0-- ..__ ___ --- -------- .------------- -
-- --- - - - --- and
_.-. .-.. wise and said: Young men, un Bulb To able able carload bases of minimum rates were reason-pre- celery squash, and cucumbers: -"
Bradford County TelegraphEstablished I I From Other PensCatts Steady girls, lively and in demand; Growing scribed for the future. pounds; for shipment swiss chat4, 21
papas, firm: but declining; mam- The commission in the decision 24,000pounds for or
1877 mas unsettled, waiting for higher held that rates assailed were not tatoes.'! 34,000 ; hlPllleDta
bids; coffee considerably mixed; Be An Important shown to be unreasonable In the with Inside pounds and I:

4 Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class cannot stay out of the fresh fish, active and slippery; past. The basis of carload rateson 32 feet,measurementthan 90(
news. Bradford Tele but expected to open per ,earls
County quiet
i"" the Post Office at Starke, FloridaE. eggs oranges and grapefruit from minimum
at ,
i Matter weights
graph. The courts either.---PaJatka soon; whiskey, still going down; Industry In Fla. Peninsular Florida to territory east in for standard frescrlle4)
Times-Herald. Restaurants onions, strong; yeast, rising; breadstuffs cars
Matthews __ ___________________ Owner and Publisher either.-Chipley News. heavy; boots and shoes, of transcontinental territory was ---. -
In the
not covered by findings -
J. C. Robinson __ _'_ n ___-______ Managing\ Editor -. 0- those! on the market are and soled down and; In a Few Years-HIM Developed At original report, 144 Interstate POLITICAL ANNOt< ti{'E.IttI
Drive over tho new road to Pa- constantly going up Rate Commerce Commission 603, and I take this methoa'( or
hats, not so high as last year, Surprising the voters
1' caps of
SUBSCRIPTION RATE latka advises the Starke Telegraph. were found reasonable for the fu the :itv of
excepting ,foolscap, which Is sta- that I am a 811:
Why? We know of a lot of places candidate
Six Months 73c -Payable In Advance tionery; tobacco, very low and hasa Bulb production Is another example ture.The tion to the tor
Yearly, $1.50; we had just as soon visit as Pa- downward silver, close, that points to Florida resources commission ordered that office of :lerk,tr
tendency and
41 Advertising Hates on Application latka.-Bronson Journal. but not close enough to get hold existent for many years rates shall not exceed the following ber 8th collector, election!
-o- -- I
r of the first class rates will
of."-Exchange. yet only now being: by percentages your app
Patronize home Industries frat! the general public. It Is true that prescribed pursuant to its findingsIn support.
to ride in the Do-X. 3-21-3t.
takes dough
j It -Starke Telegraph. Which leadsus -- seventeen years or more ago, T. K. southern rates Investigations as r A. P'utu.

o to ask, what Is the principal industry The postmaster in a neighboringtown Goclbey ,,of Waldo, planted 1,000 follows: On beans, escarole, let Miami- ch e _
Schools of pharmacy are putting in a salad course this of the average Florida community -, said recently that the Advocate each of paper white narcissus and tuce, okra, parsley, pears, romaine received Harry C
?-Bronson Journal. comes into his office in better. Chinese sacred lily which did so and spinach; 60 per, cent of first ,apartment permit to erect 'lit\

1" x fall. -0- condition than any other newspaper well that for the last several years class; on anise, carrots with tops, dlan bUilding 11.1 1035 k

o It would be hard to find anythingmore and doubtless a good many. he has shipped them by the carload, green corn, peppers and tomatoes, Lake avenue.Worth

Gasoline has taken the place of liquor as a source 01 tax useless than a billfold. bundles of papers go Into that another office but until recently It was to the interest 60 per cent of first class; on beets and beautification Improve

1 t ; Starke Telegraph. Well, we havea every month. This is of foreign growers and importers with tops, celery, cucumbers, egg- greasing.FLORIDA. of park
t ,it,, ; money. perfectly,good check writer'we distinction of which we are proud to claim that American plants, squash and swiss chard, 45

0- could dispense with easily.-New -Wauchula Advocate. The final soil and climate was not so well per cent of first class;; on cabbage

Port Richey Press.o delivery of 9;, ,japer is the last adapted to bulb growing as that of 40 per cent of first class; on po
A The quickest way to get over worrying about bills\ is to chance impressing the recepient
--- Holland and France. With United tatoes,30 per cent of first class.
i'' pay them. June husbands are beginning to with thecare'uefed in its produc- States regulations against foreign That rates shall not exceed the !
'We believe the Starke Telegraph
bulb insects threatened and following cwt On beans
wonder'just how long a can opener finally per : escarole -
0- t'the neatest package '
la supposed to last. Starke Telejrap. puts o a quarantine against ,narcissus lettuce, okra, parsley, peas, I
section' The Journal always THEATRE
Y Fairy tales among the advertisements-How one woman At least until cooler weather In this and such interests commenced to explore romaine and spinach, $2.70; on anise
lost ten he will find out.-Bronson tries to send out and, as, Ponce de Leon had carrots with tops, green corn, GAINESVILLE FLA
t Journal. convenient packages through the done before, found Florida, the nat peppers and tomatoes, $221; on __ h. _ _ _.
not make
0- --------.-.. --- malls but evidently ural home of flowers and determined beets with tops, celery, cucumbers,

It's a shame that "What a man" turned put to be suchan The Starke Telegraph report good publications to the mentioned same extent do.Bron the two- upon tests, proving that it Is eggplants, squash and Swiss chard, Pro. Week Augmt t Z

that Umatilla has a garage sellingIce Journal. second to no European country for $2.04; on cabbage, $1.68; on potatoes 1
ordinary mortal. as a sideline. Why not? Ice son narcissus, sacred lily and other $1.25. I TODAYNancy

o Is Indeed a welcome commodity --0Barriers- bulb -production.As That the rates prescribed above
7 Burned a result, almost over night, be to minimum carload
Farm relief seems to have relieved the farmer of the these warm summer days.-Bron- subject Carroll
son Journal. ("Keep Kissable!"-Slogan of a bulb growing has become a Florida weights, for standard cars with inside -

,necessity of doing any labor. -a-- Cigarette Company.) Industry. Near South Jacksonville measurement for 32 feet or Frederic

o I'd like to kiss you, lady fair; the Southern Bulb company start more as follows: For shipments of March
The Starke (Fla.) Bank's contains -
The urge I find quite hard to ed in 1923 with four acres in nar beans, escarole, lettuce, okra, pars- In"NIGHT
s r Horns are used for almost everything but for the purpose We suggest a wheatfield our bank harvest checkmateIt scene. cloak, dear I cissus. By 1926 it had 98 acres, ley, peas, romaine and spinach, 16-

'i they were placed on automobiles : with the picture of one of our, But sweet, I'd 'hardly ever dare I' 9,000,000 bulbs. In 1927 it bought 000 pounds; for shipments of anise, ANGEL"

o orange groves which we haven't.-' Until I know just what .you and started preparing 137 more carrots with tops, green corn, pep- 1
J smoke, dear. acres. The J. Gullle, and tomatoes
manager pers 21,000 pounds;
(Wash.) News.
+ $ Household hint-To remove chewing gum from a silk -0--- with European experience, says, for shipments of beets with tops, SATURDAY

of scissors Your ruby lips arouse in me Florida narcissus bulbs are superior reasonable, was handed down by
use a pair,, Uusually you get out of life just "JV{ A
The mad Impulse to kiss and let to European and destined to become -I the Interstate Commerce Commission omell Love One
what In it. Starke Tele-
o you put ...
n. kiss- an important Florida in the of the '
crop. today complaint
graph. If that is so, we wonder With
According to the Gainesville Sun the only thing that why we so seldom recognize our 'But I must know with certaintyThe The State Plant Board informedthe railroad commissioners of'the state

t beats a good wife is a bad husband. Investments as they return to us? maker. of ,your cigarette, bulb Industrial Survey:: "We have 92 of Florida vs.,Aberdeen & Rockfish Paul Lucas
I millS.I growers under inspection and
Journal. '
o- they planted a total of over 32 Railroad Company et al. Reason- Eleanor \
-0- Roardman
Too bad a fool cannot be'parted from his automobile as There are no'dull times for the I Your cheeks they have that schoolgirl million bulbs. Figuring that bulbs E

easily as he is separated from his money. advertiser. Starke Telegraph.And I glow produce three for one (will harvest
but few dull times for those In fact, your beauty knocks me three bulbs for each one planted), Monday & Tuesday j
or smacko we should have
a summer harvestof GAIETY
who read and heed the advertise
Free wheeling is furnishing highways for trucks to ments. Everyone benefits by the But ere I kiss you I must know over a hundred million bulbs." MARK TWAIN'S"huckleberry

_ wheel their loads from one center to another. live advertisements. Bronson What is your favorite tobacco? THEATRE
Journal. Commission Decision
o - My girl, you've got me off my Finds Fla. Vegetable ALL TALKING

Tho legislature adjourned and the record crop of gu- Qultaappropriately, the auto nutI Rates STARKE

bernatorial candidates has failed to materialize.If tags next year will be as nearly a can no longer help but tell what you; Unreasonable' I Junior Durkin, Jackie
like if whisper .,
gold 1 color as Ink will make them I'd you you'd I I.I

o -Starke Telegraph. We thought You let the cigratte clerks sell Important Kate Case Ruling Precludes Given In Florida I'I Friday & Saturday Coogan, Mitzi Green\

farmers would pay more attention to government they would be pure gold, from the you. Ilppraratlons -

r farm relief boards they wouldn't have so'much to eat. price Richey to charged. -New Port I crave .you with a quenchlesslove Basis, and But Minimum Provide New Carloadlng Rate August 28-29 Jackie Searle

George BancroftIn MBIMCM H BC B H
o- Requirements for "'utureIove! -
-o-- I
The writer who declared women of today are showing It Is now proposed for the racing I'd wed you t If you'd first explain ment. WEDNESDAY'Confessions

moro backbone must have spent his vacation at the beach. commission night races to take for over the bathtub the Saturday in- Do you insist, sweet your "clg! ," my dove, Washington-, D. C., Aug. 21.-An "The Scandal Sheet" of a Cofii

sealed in cellophane, important decision
---- o boarding houses.-Starke Tele- Be tightly In which rateson

that graph.Not a chance. There would sweet? vegetables not otherwise specified Monday & Tuesday With
The government has issued the encouraging report and
potatoes and
not be any opportunity for graft. cabbage In Phillip Holmes, Syki\\
travel by air; is four times safer than it was three years ago. -Bronson Journal. What's that ? '. You carloads, from producing points In Aug. 31-Sept. 1st

o -0- kissed right now! Florida to destiantlons throughoutthe Sidne y

You' love me with a faith unerring United States, were found un- "Dance Fools Dance" _
There Isn't tax
California's proposed six-day general holiday will be a any grazing on ,
cows which persist in using the -
fine thing if the participants are assured of meals for six days. state right of ways.-Starke Tele- Gosh t I'll kiss you anyhow- tendance last Sunday. Seven Starring Thursday & Friday"TRANSATL1INTIC
n: Smoke what wish, Including classes were Joan CrawfordWestern
o graph. But a permanent home you provided for In the
awaits the driver who doesn't herring! Sunday school rooms and the assembly
Delray Beach editor says the reason the late creationsare room. The 'WithEdmulld
--o three
watch out while passing said cows. remaining Electric Sound
called pajamas is because it wouldn't be polite to call them -Bronson Journal. classes found shelter under the PRICES ISo & 40o System Lowe tr

h beautiful oaks In the church yard.
pant -e--- HAMPTONU

o State editors are wondering just .. Ada 1\1,...... Cor. I
what are the duties of the "circula
Local authorities should be more inquisitive about the tor" on I the stall of the Bronson

_ tonnage being hauled over roads of this county by some of Journal.-Starke ,Telegraph. He C. J. Weeks and daughter, Mrs.
circulates around and finds the
the freight trucks. DeWltt., of Tampa were visiting
charming ladles, et. We could
friends and relatives here this
'-,-- -- hardly call him a "bell hop" at week. .

You may be able to "keep kissable" by smoking cigarets, that, so the designation"circula. I. J. Tucker, who' has been trans.
but one authority says this habit is giving women a "blood- tor. -Bronaon Journal. acting business in Macon, Ga., returned -
-0- to his home here this week.
hound facial droop. If Senator Fletcher and Congressman -
Mrs. O. L.I. Harrison and children -
Green really want to endear
0 were business visitors to
rl themselves to the people of
rv The boy who quits working in the yard at nine o'clock Taylor county they will get behind Gainesville last Friday afternoon.had 1
.1_W. and Miss Ada Nimmo,
because of the hot sun, stays curled up in a bathing suit for the proposition to have the govern. as their guest this week, Mr. and

the balance of the day getting a coat of tan. bent give the west coast a deep Mrs. E. B. McDonald of .Jackson
Beach. And 0
channel to Keaton keep a
_ o behind it. This Is one of our real ville.Rev.. McGauley preached at the

Times-Union says the new grape bricks will turn into business projects, needed and responsive Baptist church last Sunday morn

brick bats after standing in liquid for a week. And a drinkof right, -0---now.--perry Herald. ing and evening. k /

1 the liquid will make a man throw the bats at his wife. Ode to the Redbug church Mr. Brown here last of Sunday Brooker evening.attended SANKa I

0 I know of no soul-lifting music, Mr and Mrs. A. No sunset, however sublime
Virginia peach growers are swapping their fruit for No smile of a winsome maiden, visiting in Starke last Sunday.D. .
W. Moore of Theressa, was a
wheat, two bushels of peaches for one of wheat. The govern- No picture, no novel no rhyme business visitor here this week.

ment has started swapping wheat for Brazil coffee, revivingthe That gives me the same elation Mrs. C. A Roberts of Lake But
That feels quite as good to me $
old-time custom, when money was shy, of trading goods. As scratching the tenacious redbug ler., and daughter, Miss:Elizabeth Roberts'parenta. k. ore f/
Ann, were visiting Mrs i
o ; Mr. and Mrs. N. Wynn.
Ford that in his Now, that Is REAL ecstasy! Sunday
announces every family man employ The Hampton Baptist
-Lake Wales News.
t must have a garden or lose his job. Those mechanics will be --0--- school U progressing nicely under
of its efficient -
the able management
pulling up the radishes every morning to be measured with Might Have Been Worse teachers. The newly elected MANAGEMENTThese

micrometers if shown in A man driving a car with two follows Mrs. J. R.
to see they come up to specifications teachers are as ;
< women companions kissed one of Colley Mrs. K. B. Watterson, Mrs.A. .
seed catalogs. them wrecked the car and injured
A. Durden, Mr. O. L. Harrison
o the other woman. She sued and Mrs.! L. L. Bedenbaugh, Mrs. J. P. These are days when experience and skill

Tho is not the ancient in the collected $12,000 Moral: Don't play Sullivan, Mr. J. I. Tucker, W. J.
Telegraph only
newspaper I favorites. Bradford County Tele- Root. Mrs. A. J. Wilson. The aix- in management tell. Our depositors! have avery

state, the Lake City Reporter announcing its fifty-ninth I grap. We think the Telegraph is point record system has recently

birthday with its last issue. This issue carried an interesting wrong. If he'd kissed 'em both he been adopted and Installed. It is comfortable feeling that, come what
I might have been sued for $24,000. III
story of the Lake City fifty-nine ago "when eggs were handled very nicely by the general O
--Lake Wales Highlander. secretary Earnest Morgan, who Is may, their ,security and their interests are
5 cents a dozen, chickens 15 cents each and nobody has any --' O-- assisted In his work by Doris Mead.

money to buy them-and 'swapped'" one item of produce for Fully ExplainedA :. One hundred and two were in at- paramount. Always conservative, even
graduate from a law school
another.. Lake City is now the main gateway to the state thus describes the manner In whicha .0 r...... when tho world went mad, we found that "to

and the Reporter has kept pace with the advancing times. billy goat butted a boy out of the

o yard: "He hurled the previous end with Flowers' make haste slowly" is a safe banking axiom.
of his anatomy against the boys afterwards ,Say jt

Merchants want local people to spend their money at with an earnestness and ..... .- .

home. This is a good practice because it keeps that much velocity that, back by the ponder-
Y 4 osity of the goat's avoirdupois. Flowers For All
r lti money in local circulation where it helps everyone, but whena Imparted a momentum that was BANK OF STARKEA

merchant takes the home money and goes out of town to not relaxed until he had landed on OccasionsGERTRUDE ,

spend it where he can save a few cents, the consumer might terra.flrma jurisdiction.beyond the" -pale-, Redding of thegoat' WI ROLL OF HONOR BANKE.

as well follow the example. A dollar is a dollar to merchantsand (Iowa) Herald. GODBEY '

customers alike and if it is good business for the merchant -o- S., MATTHEWS, Pres. R J. DAVIS, Cashier
then it The editor was bUllY'when he Safety Deposit Boxes Provide Safetyr
to hunt "bargains, is good business for his customers -
r was asked: "How are the markets Phone 39 Waldo, Fla, '
to do likewise. T" The man referred to looked ,

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