Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: September 4, 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: VID04827
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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d1877 Subscription-For Year, $1.50; Six Months 75c-Payable in Advance ; I'$
E. Matthews Owner and Publisher

STARKE. FJ.ORIDA. ..'.UDA Y. fEI'TEl'mER! 4. 1931 -_..,u._-_.____ ______ __

tr r Says Nor CAWT11ON FOR 7 WAITS REPORTSI To Seek Taxes 21ST SUBSCRIPTION.. Starke Shuts OutCrescent POST CLOSING OFFICE EACH Values of Farms

''VPyc Productionf Cannot Guarantee (\ of Due From In sending in his remittance SATURDAY P. JU.
S. A.
Teacher Units Until L. this week for anotheryear's City In State PlacedAt

Gets Data subscription, P. A. Jo- "The Shorter Work Week Law"

Strawberries hanson of Starke, accom- for postal employees enacted February -

f With county commissioners and Taxes due Bradford county by panied it with a notation thatIt (By J.-D. )" 17 1931 H. mandatory Mrs.
t s school the Seaboard Air was his twenty-first Doyle.) Jeanette 423 Millions
boards scheduled to begin Line'Railway, yearly Starke shut out the Crescen. C. Young local postmaster -
)3 J, making up their annual budgets amounting to nearly $29,000 may subscription sent in for City ball tossers 8-0 stated Tuesday and the ruling .
here Ian
Man S"Y"fa.rkets! Un- of anticipated revenues and expenditures be collected in the near future, if the Telegraph. The Tele- Thursday must be carried out. To comply -

ov Jitwl for quality Pack next Monday, State Comptroller Amos is successful In graph has quite a few old- shut out so far marking this their only with this law It will be necessary Crops Produced From Only 1,431-
season. .
ark Of FruitlloWlflg Superintendent W. S. Cawthon L his attempt to collect this tax, not timers on Its list., and to find Perryman to close the service windows of the 204 Acres
pitched a During 1929
-- said Monday that he was still wait- only for Bradford county but for out the olJest one still taking after the visitors great game local office each Saturday at noon,

Interview with ing for Information to be suppliedhim L every county In the state served by the paper the Telegraph two two-base tapped him for and this closing will be inaugurated -
o hits in the
[ first
(tiller president of the Mil- by seven counties in the state.A this railroad. Like other business will, give a year's subscrip of the first frame. hal Saturday, _September: 19th. Florida farm land and buildings ,'
institutions, railroads of the tion to the subscriber who They either mis afternoon were valued at 2Jt.:14R2R. } .. n'
Company, aa published report must be had from each country Haiuraay closing -
I made him
ion have been hard has the longest continuous a little angry by this or April 1. 1930, It la-r; ; I d-by-;;
I it Issue of the Plant City county school superintendent before hit, expensesof he decided It was time to will not Interfere with the outgoing I -
will be of Interest to the state department of edu- operating exceeding the income record of receiving the Tele- work and then struck out the go nor the In-coming mail as all sue figures made public by the
rry growers of this section. cation will be able to inform of the lines and like the Seaboard, graph. You old-timers are three batsmen. next mall will be dispatched! on regular United States Census Bureau a
have been placed In requested to send'In the Perryman allowed schedule be'I copy of which haa been received.
arfer stated Mr. Miller re- county school boards of the num- receivership. year the visitors only 4 hits In 6 and letter mall will
lo thai section from Loula- ber of teacher units there are In I Comptroller Amos has turned your subscription was first He was relieved by Harold innings.PearceIn distributed In patrons' lock-boxes J I I' The figures cover the number of

August 12th and had held L the state. It la upon those units I the matter of collecting the taxes started and we'll determinewho the 7th inning who as usual.It farms, farm acreage and values of
due over to the attorney hold the record. pitched simply means that the farm land and buildings. farmers'
ft of meetings with grow- state school money will here- general, jam up ball and allowed money
only one
sI pughout the south Floridarry after be distributed to the counties.Mr. who Is expected to ask the courts safe hit. I order the postal savings, the general dwellings and farm Implements

| growing area. and gave Cawthon said that his earlier for an order requiring the receiversof delivery and the stamp windows and machinery In the state.
I following story concerning estimate of $600 state money the Seaboard to pay. The comp Although Crescent City had several will be closed Saturday after According to the census report

berry deal: for each teacher unit was still troller in the following letter advised CITY ELECTION chances to score but was noons. Therefore, we suggest that only 0,026,617 acres, or 13.8 per
Tax Collector downed by the good pitching by cent of the tillable area of
the meetings we have considered a conservative figure I Knight that patrons anticipate their need of 36.000.-
'1 a this was the only Ferryman and the good fielding of stamps and 000 acres of Florida are set aside
a prospects for 1931 and I but until ,the missing county reports procedure left stamp-books envelopes a.'
e gratifying. Of course are received the exact, ,open under the circumstances and NEXT TUESDAY Wail Martin and Redgravea. The In advance and keep a sup- for farm purposes. The report

ii a shortage of plants, but: amount will not be known. that he had hopes of a settlement heaviest hitters of the day were ply on hand. further shows that only 1,404,254
ivorable weather it Is the /at an early date: Wall Parks and Redgrave each Also bear In mind that special acres, or 29 per cent of the land

belief of the growers that "Taxes due the state and coun- getting two-base hits. Winters also delivery stamps affixed to lettersor I designated as farms produced

111 l be enough plants to go ties by the Seaboard Air Line Railway Next Tuesday..voters of the town did some good batting claiming packages will effect prompt delivery crops for the year preceding the

IL" True eome growers will Tornadoes Hold for the 'year 1930 have not will go to the polls for their annual the highest batting average for at all postofflcea on Satur- date of the census taking.All .

.1 purchase plants and forty been paid. You are perhaps aware election of officers this year: a the three day with three singles out of day afternoons and Sundays, as I land In farms classified according

others will have plants that this railroad together with all mayor two aldermen, one clerk, trips to the bat. well as on other days. to use In 1929, was divided -

First of its subsidiary lines in Florida, Is I treasurer and tax collector, tax as- Starke AB R H A 0 Patrons will please see that their as follows:

ice" crying need of the growers Practice I now In the hands of a receivership sesaor, and marshal coming up fo, Martin, cf. 3 1 0 0 2 lock box rent Is kept paid so'that All land In farms, 5,026,617

o* aeems to be some mean i and under the jurisdiction of the election. Messrs. T>" N. Kendrick, Ferryman p 3 :1 2 2 0 they may have the benefit of this I' acres; crops harvested from 1-

jncial! assistance. So many courts."I R. S. Humphrey and F. A. Scott Wall 2b 4 1 1 2 3 service on Saturday afternoons as 4 4,23'; crop failures were report

js lost their plants through Over thirty young aspirants appeared was given assurances that were named as inspectors for duty Winters 3b 3 2 3 0 0 well as Sundays. ed from 45,664: Idle or fallow 469,.

Jereme dry weather during on the B. H. S. gridiron these taxes would be paid by Sep- by the mayor in his' tall: for the RIckenbaker, Ib S 1 2 0 6 This law does not apply to rural 316.

Ind July. We feel this part Tuesday afternoon for the Initial tember 1st and consequently, have election. Parks, c 2 1 1 1 9 carriers, so those patrons on rural Pasture land: Plowabie 301,432;

an Industry should be left In practice of the Tornadoes whose deferred further action expecting G. W. Alderman, cow serving on Moore, F, fls-2b 4 1 2 2 :1 routes who are in the habit of receiving woodland, 840,943; all other 176-

da of the bankers In the dls- record last season under Coach this money to be paid so that distribution the board of aldermen has declined Redgrave, If 4010 !2 mall on Saturday afternoons 310; woodland not used for pas '

md the local associations, Lovell was a most creditable one. could be made this I to make the race this year,, Jones, rf 3021: 1 will be served as usual. ture, 1,050,095; all other lands in

ay i the way it is handled In The team's prospects for this sea month. feeling that he has served in this Burney, 3b 2010''0 S farms, 687,803.

us and has proven very sat- son looked dim by the loss of nine "This is to advise you that I capacity long enough and willing Douglas, c 1000 2 RESOLUTIONStarke I Farm buildings were valued at

lettermen from last year's lineup, have requested the attorney to apply to relinquish' his post to anyone de Harvey, sa 10000 $70,491,473; farmers' dwellings at

1 Miller Is striving for more but many new faces appeared to the courts for an order requiring siring It. This leaves three canrli Moore, 1'. cf 1000 1 Fla., Sept. 2, 1931. I $47,557,616, and farm Implements

e and to -ret the best results Tuesday amour the returning; sev- the receivers to pay these dates for the two vacancies as 0.1- F.pperson, If 00000 In the death of Dr. R. N. Holla 'and machinery at $15,446,476.The .

'growersIt Is essential that en lettermen. Veterans appearing taxes at once. This is the only dermen--J. F. Colley. C. F. Hoover,,, Pearce, p 10000( ml, we, the Jones-Langford- total number of farms was

e more tonnage. We have for the Initial practice were Ben procedure open to me in the circumstances present incumbent and J. T. Qulg, Totals 37' 8 13 8 27 White Post No. 66, AMERICAN reported as 08,906 of which 2264 .

kie JIll accounts throughout the Sternberg, John Inman, Ralph Cox and I shall do all I ley.Tho t.KQION. have lost one of our most were accredited to Alachua county.

States and Canada that we Lester Price and Eldredge Robinson can to obtain all necessary action only other position being Crescent City AD R n A 0 honored, loyal and active members.Our The numbers accredited to other

en pply with Florida strawber- Charles McMillan. Victor by the courts to secure the payment contested is that of city clerk, 4 0 1 1 2 said deceased brother at no counties were: Baker 461 Bay

illy at market prices. Butore Thomas Ortho Matheny and Henry of these taxes at the earliest treasurer and collector S. L. Peek Warner, Ib 4 0 1 1 8 time or any circumstances being 210, Bradford 921 Brevard 633.

( we have not had sufflonnage Mast will appear on the campus possible moment. I seeking the office now bejng held Davidson, p 4 0 1 2 0 too engrossed In person al affairs Broward 938 Calhoun 079. Charlotte -

:i to supply these ac- about Monday. "Of course, you understand thatI by C. A. Futch.MASONS McGrady, c 4 0 0 0, 9Wootf'n to administer with his professional l 93, Citrus. 257. Clay 452, Collier -

ud for this reason we have The Tornadoes backfield will cannot Issue a warrant in the S C. 3b-cf 4 0 0 0 1 mkill to a brother or members of h 32, Columbia 1193 Dade 1160.

lulled their business.' There miss that 170 pound line In: front usual manner provided by law on ATTENDDISTRICTMEET fleecier, It 4 0 0 0 0 their famillen; DeSoto 620. Dixie 140 Duval

'.mmu3 car lot buyers that of them this season, this line being property Involved In receivership, Wooten, D. 2b-rf 4 0 1 4 0 THEREFORE: BE IT RESOLVED : 1001, Eacambta. 1214, Flagler 144,

'a tiring to this Florida sec- composed last year of Capt. Geo. and I am sending you this letter as Thomas ct-Jb 8 0 1 1 1 by the Jones-Langford-Whlte Franklin 0, Gadndea 1372 Qllchrlst

bill we have enough straw- "Gator" Inman. Howard Moore, Information in order that you may IN GAINES VILLE Smith, rt-2b 8 0 0 1 1 Post No. 06 AMERICAN LEGION, 476, Glades 131. Gulf 80, Hamilton

CD our auction to assure Nookle Walnwrlght Billy Graham, know that everything possible Is Totals 84 0 6 8 24 that we as a post and aa Individual 794, Hardee 1063 Hendry 145, Her-

,bit t they can buy their sup-! Milton Brownlee Howard Miner, I. being done in a legal way to make I Eerrors-Wall,, Moore 2, Bur- members thereof _deeply deploreour nando 661. Highlands 348, HUU-

I who operate in the Louis- Futch and Sam Alvarez, the sen- further delay." I marked the joint meeting of Ma- McGrady, Reeder D. 'Woot which haa overshadowed our local River 420, Jackson 3802 Jefferson -

leal. who come to buy their sational half-back, all lost by grad- sons of the tenth and eleventh districts en 1. Smith 2. : order with gloom and sorrow: 1264, Lafayette 460 Lake
I at auction and they will uation. In Gainesville last Thursday 2 base BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, 1931, Lee 382, Leon 1576.
COUNTY COURT FINISHES hits: Wall, Parks, Red
to u they feel they can pur- Coach Lovel announces the first THURSDAYThe afternoon and night, the I local grave, Kinard, Warner. that this resolution be spread and Levy 900, Liberty 272. Madison

Cl I their berries at auction. game will be played on the local lodge being represented by Messrs.. Sacrifice hits,, Perryman. perpetually kept upon the minutes 1428, Manatee 911 Marlon 2175

a I who operated in the Floral field Sept. 26th, if arrangementscan C. B. Hayes, J. A. Morgan, J. M. Hit by pitcher by Perryman 1, of this order and that a copy Martin ISO, Monroe 43, Nassau

t this season told us repeat- be completed with some near- monthly term of county ,Mitchell, I... D. Vlnlng, B. Jacobs, by Davidson 1. thereof be forwarded by the Adjutant 403 Oknloosa 981 Okeechobee

hatIt, the auction berries arriv- by team. The following week the judge's court was completed Sam Anderson, E. Sapp, L. D Hits off Perryman 4 In 7 Innings, to bin bereaved family.JonesLangfordWhite 280, Orange 1608, Osceola 497,

I old In the terminal marker Tornadoes and the Chiefland team I. Thursday the trials of W. C. Clem- Green and W. H. Hart, The Gainesville off Pearce 1 In 2 innings off Davtdson Post Palm Beach 374 Pasco 753, Plnellaa -

than other cars leav- will meet on the local field. ons and James Holllngswortb Sun of Friday carried the following 15 in 8 Innings. No. 66, AMERICAN LEGIONWEATIIEK 740, Polk 4667, Putnam 1000,

<, district charged with reckless driving and account of the meeting: Struck out by Perryman 8 by S Johns 348 St. Lucle 394 Santa ,
wnally. I think the auction set for trial last Thursday being An estimated attendance ot: Pearce 2 REPORT Rosa 1101 Sarasota 204, Seminole .
by 7.
i Is the best way to market THREE ACCIDENTS IN A RO'.VOssie continued until the Septemberterm. more than 300 marked what Is Winning pitcher. 780, Humtcr 700 Ruwannee 1774, :

I wrrles, both from the grow. Other cases disposed of dur- said to have been the first joint Umpires Perryman. Complied by Starke branch U. Taylor 423, Union itO?, Volusla
id 1 buyers standpoint. And it Taylor Arrested for Driving ing ,Thursday were: meeting of Masonic districts In and :Doyle.Darby Pearce Alexander S. Forestry Department. 1013, Wakulla 348, Walton 1129
Continued: While Intoxicated Billy Roberts, selling\ liquor, the records of the grand lodge of: Week ending, Sept. 2. Washington 1119. V VS
on page 4.) found not guilty. Knight & Knight Florida, when officers and representatives Date Max. )'{in. Preclp.' I

The slippery stretch of roadway attorneys. of all the lodges Included MKS. T. K. OODBEY Birth*

VTY AGENT within Lawtey, just south of the Lucius Williams, assault and In the tenth and, eleventh districts WELL KNOWN RESIDENT Aug. 27 93 69 T. Mr.' and Mrs. O. L. Sapp Starke

, Y fER RETURNS last turn near the southern edgeof battery plead guilty; $1 and met here yesterday afternoon OF WALDO, EXPIRES Aug.. 29 28 92 73 ..91Aug. I son, August 27th. .;

! TO HIS town, was the scene of three costs. and evening. 92 70 .05 Mr*. Haney Grlffls Lawtey son,
WORK Aug. 30 90
69 !P. ,
automobile accidents last Friday The proceedings began with the Gainesville. Sept. 1. Mrs. "1'. Aug. 31 August 28th. f
92 _
?!r an absence and Sunday. One new car was BURNED FLAYING opening of Gainesville lodge No. K. Godbey highly esteemed and Sept 1 93 _. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Crawford Y
of five 72
.! hospital weeks damaged. when It overturned Friday WITH GASOLINE 41 in the Masonic Temple at 4 well known resident of Waldo Sept. 2 I:!Starke son, August 20th.
where he under- 93 72 Mr. '
La I while trying to dodge a cat o'clock, Nile -Schaffer, master passed away today about 12:3: and Mrs. Roy Denmark
,I I P' gent operation for Union, Mr. I..and. T. Brad-Dyer, in the road, but both occupants and, Jack Halle, young eon of Mr. and I of the lodge presiding. An official o'clock at the family residence, and Total rainfall .97 Iwiwtey.: son S#pt. 1st.

ounties, has returned to his the cat escaped Injury. . Mrs., W., O. Halle, was badly burned welcome to the representativesof the news of her death will come
I Sunday- a Jaassacnuseiis- - car goIng about the hands, arms and front lodges and to the distinguished as a shock to her many friends In

a t his absence, his work at a moderate rate of speed I .of his body Sunday afternoon when visitors was extended by W. M. this city and section of the county. Bradford High School Opens \With

.' ried on near the scene of Friday's accident he poured a small amount of gasoline Bullard district deputy grand She had been In falling health for

I Ir who has very efficiently by, started skidding and the side on a pile of sticks and ignitedthe master of the tentl1,,Masonic dis some time. Mrs. Godbey had long

"wistlng him.always been this ac- of the machine crashed Into one of pile. Jack was playing near trict. Dr. Smith L. Turner of Wil- been .a resident of Waldo. She Is Record Breaking Enrollment

It, held ten club During the oaks lining the road. The drive Quigley & Davis lumber yard at liston then announced the personnel survived by her husband, T. K.

p 1 ap I *-H Club meetings er. Mrs. McDonald of Boston. was the time. and, when his clothing of the degree team for the Godbey extensive bulb grower,

tt ndance of boys 240 with a to- thrown to the back seat and seriously caught he started to run home first and second sections of the degree and three daughters, Mrs. G. A The Bradford- .
High School
r of visits to ; made a Injured.. She Is still at the about a block away. Mrs. Murrheeand of Master Mason The candidate Sparkman, Mrs. Gertrude Godbey ed Monday open- trol.
ers where poultrymen GUI hospital recovering from her daughter. Annie, caught him honored-'lastmight'' For. Anderson and Mr., Smith all of morning with a record- Principal bowling made a short
All Ion, was assistance and injuries. near the railroad tracks and in extinguishing rest H. Munger former University Waldo.It breaking enrollment of six hun- speech of thanks to the class of '31

anto of the rendered; and Sunday night two Fords locked the flames Mrs. Mur- of Florida track star. I Ia understood that the funeral number dred and twelve pupils and the for the large flag; pole which they

f correspondence.usually large horns between the scenes of the rhee's hands were slightly burned. Officiating in the first section services will be held tomorrow afternoon auditorium dally Increasing.The presented to the achool. Special

It ate officials : two former accidents and did a The condition of the youngster were D. B. Hundley of Gainesville, at 4 o'clock. with was filled tooverflowing thanks were alao given to the Rev.

I? :HsisUnce In were generous thorough job of scattering loose showed an improvement Tuesday aa worshipful master; W. F Powers --- the pupils and patron O. P. Raymond for his help In
meetings at holding three and semi-loose parts of both cars, morning and he Is expected to re- Trenton as senior warden; P, the: side of the temple building. opening of the Starke thirty-seventh schooL making; ararngement for the flag
It rations cover crop broken glass from demijohns and cover. D. Nichols of Dunnellon a* junior I Immediately on S. Mr. raising. A large' new U. S. flag,
and In reconvening, S. Dowllng, the efficient
attending principal and
made warden; Charles Kimball of Bron- Nile just below It a amall class flag
bto k" 4-}! Club the fragrant odor of newly .- C. SftutrTer.worshlpful: maser who ha been with this
picnic at son as senior deacon; M. E. Mar- now flutters in the breezes over the
1 I Beach.A. ) shine from the broken glasswarefor nECK KAYOES PEADEN ; of Gainesville lodge formally school for sixteen: years presidedover school
rods around. Sheriff Epperson chant of Archer aa junior deacon; received the buldlnjf.
Palmer lodge officers the exercises
of the State In a capable :
<:* handed Ossie Taylor driver of one A. Tlndall of Otter Creek as senior and other distinguished Masons school enrolled 137 more pupil -.
Sanitary ), lira.
I thai, Board kindly Tommy (Kid) Beck won from steward and H. W. Arrlngton of Mabel Wall, teacherof on opening day this year than
*e of the of the cars a ticket for driving the list Including Samuel Pasco of
pupil school
treatment of Battling (Pop) Peaden of Gainesville -, Chiefland : music directed the were enrolled Last
|* t union while intoxicated and no charge a* junior steward.In Pen acc.ola. present grand master year. Starke Is
county with the as- in Ocala Monday night by a the ; singing and Mra. F. H. Long, greatly in need of
> second section C. F. another achool
J f. ,
o* lr.. has yet been preferred against S. B. Moyer of Jacksonville, teacher of
Dyer piano acted
who made technical knockout in the second as accom-
Smith of building and
1 Morrlaton was more teacher to
intments John Starling, driver of the secondcar. worship deputy grand master Wallace' R. accommodate /
for ; >anlst. Rev. G. P.
him. Raymond, of
round. After Peaden late
dropping ful master; W. G Vldi&n of New- the rapidly increasing
e Where the broken demijohns Cheves of Newberry Immediate
work so well In hand in the first round with a hard berry senior the Baptist church read a scripture number of
a warden E. L.
.uch easier of 'shine came from Is a mystery, Ley- past grand master Dr. A. S. lesson suitable g
for "*. Dyer right uppercut for a nine count the occasion The
man of senior following teachers
Ii, Archer deacon J. make
''P and both Starling and Taylor denyingIt ; Fork of Live Oak and Stafford up
carry on his ached- Beck scored another knockdown W. Nelson was followed by a prayer the for
of faculty the
deacon term
junior present
is i at time In their car, and Caidwell of Jacksonville :
now was one I
pastgrand the Rev.
entering on. of and Peaden was saved by the bell. J. J. Jones by F. Jones of the Principal S. S.
It seasons apparently It must have been drop- ; of Mlcanopy, masters; B. W, Helvenston I Methodist Bowling, Mrs. H. B.
of the in : Peaden went down and out after church. Rev. CJ. H. McLendon.
year Mrs.
chaplain others T. T.
lag ; participating be- of Long Mrs.
: the Live senior
up the ped from a low-flying airplane Oak grand warden Lowry. of the
; th Ie yield demonstrations of the powerful liquid one minute of the second round ing C. B. Hayes of Starke: P. P. and District Deputies Turner and Presbyterian church D. P. Carpenter Mrs. T. J. Alder-
of corn measured explosion from a series of hard rights and I gave a pleasing address, and was Miss
7 5 and hurling the Gray. F IL Dreher and R. A. Carson Bullard. man. Isabel Fernandez, Mrs..
g demonstrations and overcoming left, the second throwing In the of WllUaton and W, 8. Taylor. i followed by Air. A. J. Griffin, superintendent Frankie Hudson Broward Lovell
other they Lodge the
up the two cars Into each as comprising tenth of
f the records for the roaming home- towel and ending the fight. Nile C. Shaffer and B. D. Hund- ifasonta district Include public Instruction Mrs. T. P. Maynard Mrs. B. Per- ,
extension Then were peacefully Peaden Is reputed to have had Newberry for Bradford county who spoke klna
year. ley of Gainesville. Wayne N. Morrow Miss EunIce .
the ward from services at some church High Springs. Alachua, Lacrosse
along the line of
; county contests for three hundred and twenty four Adjournment the school work. perkins. Mr.
"ub, : wlldwood. was taken at half Pine Grove Lake Butler, Ralford W. H. Hart. Mrs-
boys in the The Rev. L. W.
In both counties fight losing only ten and last five for Kickllter. a veter- Randolph Boree
alt t'a Us past supper served by a Waldo Starke. Lawtey. Island Mrs. H. C. Ritch.
Over month the K O. be has an of the sixties, who I i. In his Mia
11. away- night was only committee from the Order of Eastern Grove, Hampton and Gainesville.Tb . Ethel Griffin, MIss Madg
rmarked. that with HALF HOLIDAY suffered In bl* entire career.' This Star under direction of Mrs. ighty-.eventhyear and who baa Middleton. Miss Eatelle: Davla Mis
eleventh *
&aai8tance and ---:....;..;. Beck's twentieth bout. He D. B. ,Be district lodge are always taken 'a keen interest in Olive
t ioto iii of With ,the was *Ie). Because of the Archer Bronon, Chiefland, Otter the Ray. Mra. Mabel Wan,,
the people be ,exinish :: Starke take on Floyd McClendoa.ln the large' number in attendance the I Creek Dunnellon/' McIntosh, Mor- education and moral of theroungmade teacher of 'public school music.

fh UsUmL Up "yeses, L work wtU eld**; Monday *teraoon.Labor main event on the Labor.: Day card upper.waa served on long table 1 rta Trenton,' Shamrock .and )the .tttv a sUrring address to Mrs.1'F. H. Loaf teacher of piano.
flay., at Palatka. tat the lawn la UM rear of and to wulIst & i being, the keynote of Ma talk MJaa Hue! Middle ton. teacher eC, I
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--- demand for this product.And USE FLORIDA MATERIALS
the commendation t-
-Proverbs 26: 17.Hepfatnber. Pork up
Eating Peanut r
::;:.:;;- ,0;:. ': :? 9 Both Farmers he will, at the same time in,the be Utilization -of Florida materials state Be It road departlllent,t.rI4",
Helps delicious product
1..;.= C-- Come AU the World Come getting a Further
if.4 '-" -49d cured peanut pork, at little in the construction of public buildIngs executive RellOlv
(); And Residents properly
I : .../ and bear, all ye that fear God andI City if than the and other projects throughout position commIttee
greater expense taken
::;;. '" ; will declare what he hath done by the
:' : corn-fed pork would be. the state is meeting.with gen- rectors on June botrt
I \ for my soul.-Psalm 66: IS. (By Spuds Johnson.) 23,
eral of the public as well the 1930.
September 10 I An article In the August 20 Issue I'm saying the city man, perhaps approval use of hOllle )

? Thy word ii"a lamp IDle ay fed, and a light auto ay path.-Pulm 119:105.m"emnr"r'ln. : Ask What Ye Wfll-If ye abideIn of Manufacturers Record tells I should say the city most woman of as the by contractors.the Florida This State was Chamber revealed Florida-cOnlltrucUon fl'Odutta pro
buys -
since probably
v t me, and my words abide in you of plans being made to popularize
1Pl31IB All theyareatolhavedoctrine/ or ye shall ask what ye will and I It peanut pork. This Is one place the meats for the household. Any of Commerce following a check TRUCK GROSS F.lts
.. : OF'
and of
exists two
creed, if way the opportunity covering a period nearly
shall be done unto you.-John 15:7.: where his city brother can help the LOVER E.\ST
love and devotion of the people must be in harmony with themselvesof and COM
POll the ,loyalty and city people should avail years reported through the
t the teachings of Jesus the Christ whose words fit into every fold and crevice Florida farmer it. executive committee of that body. IIOLhl\O
of the human heart, and of whom it was said in John 7:46,"NEVER MAN SAXTON at the same time treat himself to a S Particular commendation was .1
delicious meat product.Peanut
''t! pork is preeminently a AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE given the state road departmentfor I schools of one 'rII\
t Bradford and Union counties are invited to use this department services 'of Florida materials. day
: Pastors of and announcement Regular preaching every; Florida product, since both hogs WORKERS RETURN AFTER its use uled for the lower
for new of church activities, organization first and third Sunday of eacn DOING ADVANCED STUDY In a resolution passed more thana week east s
to the ,
and introduced
i .. .. Space freely given and no charge made-the only requirement month Rev. W. B. Christy of Law- peanuts were year ago the board of directorsof according to W T.!
f Items reach this office before Wednesday morning:, North American continent through I extension district
F f. being that such tey Methodist church in charge. A the state chamber the agent '
j otherwise they cannot be handled for current Issue.iJ Florida by the Spaniards. How- Gainesville, Fla.-Five membersof urged east' coast. One will
I cordial invitation extended the public ever, it Is only in relatively recent the faculty of the College of use of Florida materials, such as Point, in Palm Beach be It

Ghost." U. years that the hogs and peanuts 'Agriculture, University of Florida I cement stone lime rock, woods and Sept. 2, and the other CO\1DI\

: SUNDAY SCHOOL I Hardship, poverty and even persecution V have gotten together to form a have recently returned from periods I other products by contractors and stead, in Dade county, u

I LESSON I cannot destroy the joy of PRESBYTERIANServices farming combination. Now, how of graduate study at other builders wherever possible.A The schools have been ots,

trust in and service of Christ.In ever, many hundreds of acres oipeanuts universities, and one other is leaving manifestation of this effort on by M. U. Mounts and

his letter to the church at Sunday September 6, as are harvested by hogs every soon for a year's study. the part of Florida citizens to cooperate Steffani. county agents

Rome, Paul said: "I am debtor follows: year In Florida and other Professors John L. Wann R. H. with and assist Florida Industry Prof. H. Harold Hume

t FOR SEPTEMBER 6th, 1931 both to the Greeks, and to the Barbarians 10 a. m. Sunday school, J. M. southeastern states. Howard and G. C. Roberts spent comes through the state director of research at

; Turning ; both to the wise and to Truby, supt. Those "in the know" have always the summer at the University highway body. As a result the pertinent Station and eon

Subject: : the G.eDtUes. the unwise." 11 a. m. Morning worship, ser contended that properly cur California, Berkley, where they' following resolution was passed at Agriculture will\ be the

t. Golden Text: "I have set thee to Paul was "debtor" to the Gen- mon by the pastor. Theme "Joy in ed peanut pork was more delicious took graduate courses in agricultural a recent meeting of the executive speaker at both schools :M

be a light of the Gentiles. that tiles as a trustee holds the trust Believing." than corn-fed pork. However, the economics. C. E. Abbott!: assistant committee of the state chamber of. grams are stated to bertl

y I Ir thou shouldst be for salvation"unto property fo rthe beneficiaries, as a 7 p. m. Christian Endeavor W. packers have paid higher prices professor of horticulture commerce: a. m. and continue untu 41.

the ends of the earth." Acts 13:47.. guardian holds the estate for chil- B. Barnes president. Topic" Prayer per pound for the cornfed product spent the summer at Cornell University Whereas the board of directors : Various subjects of Int, '

F Lesson Text: Acts 13: 13-82 dren. ; Jesus' Teaching and Example." because it was hard and cured Ithaca, N. Y., pursuing advanced of the Florida State Chamber of I truck growers of the two

(printed 42-52)) : Rom. 1; 14-16. "For I am not ashamed of the 8 p. m. Evening worship, sermon out firm.- While the discrimination work In horticulture. P. H. Commerce passed a resolution in will be discussed.!

Introduction: In the synagogue gospel of Christ: for it Is the power I and song. 18 not as great now as formerly Senn, assistant professor of agron- executive session June 23, 1930, t

f at Antioch In Pesldla, Paul and of God unto salvation to every Prayer meeting Wednesday at< there Is still a differential which omy, obtained his Ph.D. degree at urging the use of Florida productsIn Bids opened for conatnn

Barnabas preached saying 'men one that belleveth." ,,8 p. m.The should be removed. If anything the University of Wisconsin, Madi- all statewide construction projects seven miles of leevee and!

and brethren * The God of this Salvation is a free gift to those Woman's Auxiliary will I the peanut pork should bring the son.In particularly those controlledby of channel in Lake OkcecW

people - exalted the people In who will accept Christ as a savior meet next Tuesday evening, Sept. higher price.Realizing the Experiment Station, A. public institutions and commissions tween Clewiston and Moon!

Egypt - brought them out - 8, at 8 o'clock with Mrs. John Ug- this, the extension services N. Tiasot, assistant entomologist ; andWhereas first link in Federal govenj

forty years suffered he their man- low. Missionary topic. Young People and marketing agencies of has returned after a year's advanced it has been demon- $9.000,000 flood control and

ners In the wilderness * when he WEEKLY SERMONETTEHow and Foreign Missions. Leader.,, Florida, Georgia and Alabama study at the Ohio State started that Florida products are tlon project for Lake OkTUNE

destroyed seven nations in Canaanhe Miss Lucille Mitchell. have set'about to popularize pea University, Columbus where he equal in quality to foreign impor-

divided their land to them by Ye Shall Know Them A cordial Invitation to all our nut pork in the consuming cen- was awarded the Ph.D. degree. Ed- stations of similar nature;; and

lot and gave them judges - Matthew 71620.: Jesus said: Ye services extended to all. ters. The packers are now puttingup gar F. Grossman associate entomologist Whereas, the Florida state road PIANOS

four hundred years until Sam shall know them by their fruits. this product in cellophane so !Is leaving for a year's department has given its ,whole-

uel * afterward they desired a Do men gather grapes of thorns HEILBRONN CHURCH that the oiliness is no longer objectionable work at Columbia University, New hearted cooperation and unfailing Cable-Wurlltzer_MattB,

king and God gave them Saul or figs of thistles 17. Even so and the package is at- York City. support to this effort of utilizIng New Studio Models, Jjj
forty years and raised up - good tree bringeth forth tractive. Florida materials/ the face of Rebuilt Piano
every ,
Mr. E. Lubin will ten lI'uurantLarg.e
' David who was their king * a good fruit; but a corrupt tree C. begin a Strange to say, peanut pork Treating vegetable seed with determined opposition from out-
t r man after mine own heart.. Of thisman's bringeth forth evil fruit 18. A days meeting at Heilbronn churchon seems to sell better on some of corrosive: sublimate (1 to 1,000)) side sources; stock to select iron A

;jt f seed hath God - raised good tree cannot bring forth evil Thursday Invited.night, Sept. 10. Everybody the large eastern markets than it before they are planted Is good insurance Now therefore, be It Resolved, deposit sends one BOB

unto Israel a Savior, Jesus. fruit neither can a corrupt tree does right here at home. That Is for the truck grower. that the executive committee of WE TUNE PLAN

"Men and brethren, children of bring forth good fruit. 19. Every BAPTIST where the city man can do his the State Chamber of Commercego Write or phone for our t

the stock of Abraham, and whosoever tree that bringeth not forth good farm brother a favor, and at the Sulphur Springs Paving com- on record as highly commending We guarantee Satlsfacl

among you feareth God to fruit Is hewn down and cast Into Sunday school at 10 a. m. A. J. same time not be hurting himself. pleted on 12-mile division of state public and private bodies utilizing -
you is the word of this salvation the fire. 20. Wherefore by their Thomas, supt.Worship . He can buy peanut pork, at least road No.' 5 between this city and Florida products in con- THE MILLER COJ

sent. fruits ye shall know them. at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. ccassionally," and thus help build Pasco county line. struction projects with particular Stores-Gal neat lIle and(
"For they that dwell at Jerusalem :
Prayer Father give us the We welcome all our people back
* because they knew him
of Thy Holy Spirit that from their holidays and to
not in condemning him they
we may bear good fruit, and In our see at the church services.
took him down from the tree, and you
lives reflect and lift up the living r \
laid him In a sepulchre * But God Christ. TRAIN SCHEDULE
raised him from the dead - He ''

was seen many days of them which DAILY BIBLE-READINGS Effective Sunday-, August 9th \': !.,O-I.orsepower
came with him. We declare
schedule changes and trains will "';
unto that the promise * "
you September 4 run as follows: .; .
made to the fathers * hath fulfilled ,;
The Gift of Peace Peace I
No. 107 southbound due Starke, G-cyUndcr
the same unto us.
leave with you my peace I give 10:40 a. m.

"Be it known unto you therefore unto you: not as the world giveth, No. 1, southbound due Starke, \:
brethren that thru
men and give I unto you. Let not your heartbe 0:35 p. m. .,' : < 109" --
the r wI.eelb
this man la preached unto you ( : se
troubled neither let it be afraid No. 108, northbound, due Starke, .
of sins -
-John 14: 27. 5:39 p. m. / .
"And by him all that believe are
September 5 No. 2, northbound due Starke
; justified from all things, from ,
No of Persons Of I/2-ton
Respector ft:10 a. capacity .
which ye cou'd not be justified by truth I perceive that God is no m.Wannee Branch
law of Moses."
the respecter of persona: but in every No. 101 leaves Starke 7
a. m.
This is the first of Paul's missionary
nation he that feareth him and
No. 102 arrives 2:40: p. m.
sermons of which any extended CDEVROLETTRUKS
worketh righteousness, is accept.
T. J. Griffin, Agent.
account is
given. ed with htm.-Acts 10: 34, 35.
"And when the Jews were gone -
the the Gentiles September 6 Closing of Mall
out of
that synagogue these ,words In Him We Live That they Train No. 107, south 10:20: a. m. *
besought might should seek the Lord. For In him priced as low as $44O
Train No. 108 north 5:20
be preached to them the next Sab p. m.
bath. we live and move and have our Night malls close 6 p. m.
being.-Acts 17: 27, 28.September .
Starke & Bell Branch
: :
And the next Sabbath Day came
almost the whole city together to 7 Mall close 7 a. m. complete withChevroletbuilt
Right Attitude O come,
Mall arrives 2:40
hear the word of God." p. m.
let us worship and bow down: let
Paul's sermon was the messageof us kneel before the Lord our maker. -
Blue Bus
salvation, always rejected by For he Is our God; and we are Schedule bodies .
-some and desired by others. the people of his i Northbound: 8:51 a. m., 1:21: p.

"But when the Jews saw the 95: 6, 7. pastur.-Psalm. m., 4:15: p. m., 8.21: p. m., 5:00 a.

{ multitudes they were filled with September 8 m.Southbound

envy and spake against those Warning to Meddlers He that : 9:34: a. m., 11:34: a. Illustrated at the right are some of the half -
things which were spoken by Paul and m., 4:34: p. m., 7:34: p. m., 12:47: a. -
passeth by meddleth with
contradicting and blaspheming." strife Tickets and Information atSmith's ton models Included In Chevrolet's complete
belonging not to him Is like
The jealous Jews denied the .one that taketh a dog by the ears. courthouse.Service Station, next to line of trucks-which consists of *,&-ton and I'/ -ton models -
MesslaahlD and deity of Christ and

u ridiculed Paul's statement that in three wheelbase length

Jesus died to provide a mean. of

salvation. * lWL JJI! 1l911 ,JliE p1Eli; Take the question of ftnt-coat-and you learn that the Chevrolet
"Then Paul and Six is one of the lowest priced truck you can buy I
said It was necessary that the

word of God should first have been
but Investigate economy-and you discover the Chevrolet Six to
spoken to you; seeing yet putit

from you, and judge yourselves IT PAYSTo be more economical to operate than any. other truck, regardless -
unworthy of everlasting life, lo, we
the number
turn to the Gentiles trf of cylinder

It is a serious thing to put from
you the gospel and thus become Use the BEST Investigate stamina, reliability and upkeep costs-and you

"unworthy of everlasting life." find that Chevrolet owner frequently report such record a.
"And when the Gentiles heard
t 20,000 mile without opening the engine" 50,000 mile and
this, they were glad, and glorifiedthe CLEANER FEEDS

word of the Lord; and as many till dependable"-'*ten months with practically no expense

as were ordained to eternal life FINER QUALITY
believed." .repairs.

This was the beginning of the
free and ful dispensation of the As,for speed and power, Chevrolet give you a six-cylinder 50-
Perfectly Blended and Balanced for
gospel of salvation to the Gentiles horsepower engine: -25% more powerful than the engine in
and they were glad to know they
were to be thus favored. The HEALTH any other truck In the lowest price field. And* for capacity,

r words "ordained to eternal life," Chevrolet longer wheelbase, sturdy. frame and long springs
+ are hard to understand. Peloubet
!! says, "It is God's ordaining that HIGH PRODUCTION permit the mounting of extra-large Chevrolet-built, bodies.

those who believe on Christ shall .

i have eternal life. The opposite PROFIT Before you buy a truck for any purpose, find out about six-

' of eternal life is eternal death ,cylinder Chevrolet truck Your Chevrolet dealer ha the facta. -
which is the portion of those who .

do not believe on Jesus Christ, ando
are not ordained to eternal
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raised persecution against Paul .

and Barnabas, and expelled them Chevrolet
out of their coasts." Starke, Florida Co.
These "devout and honorable

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eluk seer, Is to come to Tampa early according to County Agent Gus Chipley A building campaign and Miami Beach will rear itself eastern end of the Inland water-

d '" In Short Paragraphs next month to Inspect facilities I York, whose! Initiative Is responsible Is In progress here, and shows no out of the waters of Biscayne bay way direct from Corpus Christi

I, News of Florida! here with a view of establishing an I for the new organization, are abatement in several weks. Lee by January I, It ia to be built by Teas, nearer to Tampa and other i
air Unit linking Pensacola Tampa getting back to the Idea of growing -. H. Buchanan Is starting construction Joe Smoot and associates at a cost west coast ports. There U already

, I.: and other Gulf Coast cities, with more live stock and want a on a six-room bungalow, and of $2.00.CO( ( Big dredgea will n unit completed' from the Apalachicola u
Havana and West Indian cities. betterbetter grade. They are also Is repairing another dwelling. The nurnn !and! from the bottom of the' river to the east arm v

NEWSTOLD awake hero to the need of cooperating Scarlett home is being Improved, bay to be converted into bulkheads I iof I St. Andrews bay, so the new
LIVE STATE St. Petersburg Depositors ol in fighting diseases and in and several' business houses are receiving for the island. The plant will be unit will connect Apalachlcola di-
the defunct Central National Bank marketing their animals. renovations. Several lots known as the Miami Beach Jockey rlcet by canal with Penaacola Mo-
OAF &: Trust company will receive 8, have changed hands during the Club. The Island will be about a bile, New Orleans and Corpus
SClias first dividends or 25 per cent late I Quincy-Recent rains did wont last few days, and outside parties mile long and more than half-mile Chrlstl.
OUR EXCHANGES In September or In the early part ders with the peanut crop here.' were here during the week negotiating wide. -
:, BY of October. While the amount ol Peanuts will thrive with little rain for residential property In Palm Beach--The new hotel at

R the dividend in dollars was nol but Just live every other crop, cannot which to build.Crestvlew Gainesville When wild ducks Palm Beach has some 200 rare ,
stated it is expected that it will I develop property with no rain migrate to Florida from Canada plants, trees, shrubs, flowers, etc., i
r. w ?. Polk county, Florida, the Suwannee river at Suwannee run well toward a half million dot at all. Some of the peanut acre- While the yield of next fall, their winging army will growing o Jta grounds, strange 4 r

the "imperial Count: Springs the Stephen Foster bridge lars. age In the Havana section remindsone Florida Beacon grapes at the Bun- be the smallest on record an offi- I things from all parts of the earth. ,

entCon ? phosphate and cltruaany after the author of Way Down of the old days when the farm- tie place near here, was consider cial report received by the Ameri- .The gardener, Louis Hlldebrand,
'"'' ,ore other county In the Upon the Suwannee River. The Tampa-The 15: mile stretch ol I era harvested from 35 to 60 bushels ably reduced on account of heavy can Game Association from the sent to Brazil for rare orchids and
u an bridge was opened at 3:30: o'clock state road No. S from Sulphur per acre. One prominent farmer rains Just at the ripening period United States biological survey In- bitter aloes, candle nut trees from i
e States.- last Wednesday afternoon Springs to the Pasco county line, harvested an average of 70 bushelsper this year, the returns have been dicates. A continuation of drouth the Malay region and sugar apple
Plans have beened north of Lutz, has been thrown acre from 100 acres last sea- satisfactory, according to Mana- conditions In breeding groundsthis trees from South America. Then
i Wales Francis J. Kennard Plant City-Work on the rebuilding open fo traffic. Completion of the, son. ger A. H. Stroud who said: "Our spring and early summer have the mountain rose, or Chain of
Tampa by architects, for atolls of the Elberta Crate & new 30 foot detour by way ol crop will pay a dividend of 10 per accentuated critical conditions fac- Love vine from Mexico, the Neck-
,L plant costing upwards Box: company plant on Oleander Odessa and removes the last bad Jacksonville--The Florida State cent on the investment even under ing water fowl, according to the lace tree from Asia, the Dutch- 4
t at Lake Wales. street Is under way. About 40 men stretch of road entering and leaving Marketing Bureau la preparing an the conditions which have not been bureau's announcement of prelim- man's pipe which grows In Brazil.
000 are employed on the work which Tampa except the Memorial exchange bulletin in which there favorable. Furthermore wherever inary observations made in sur- There is also a lipstick tree from

Mango growers In will take about 30 days to com- highway. will be an analysis of the bean they went on the market they veys plains states and the prairie : the West Indies the Woman's k'
e.gti I Oi Florida I are not eifrWt.he plete according to C. C. Grant, market telling the months In were preferred to California provinces of Canada. This year's !Tongue tree from India and the
low prices of th local manager. Tampa.- A permit for the erection which the best prices for this vegetables grapes." hatch will prove to be the smallest Sausage tree from tropical Africa.
selling at $2 a dozen of a moving picture theatreon can be had by growers. This There Is enough of botanical Interest
n |< now stock. Ocala, The cattle of Marion East Broadway in Ybor City, summary is being prepared by i Avon Park-One hundred Bou- Blountstown-Two negroes were to keep the student of horticulture J
0 Ice county on the range and under was granted the other day. This Rhodes, assistant: commissioner hlnla trees have been planted by lynched 15 miles south of here late busy for days In the gardens -

IUe--It was learned from fence, were never known-'to be In will give East Broadway Its fourth The best marketing period, considering i the woman's club of Avon Park, last night after they had been released and even the casual won- ,
sources that a radio better condition than at present. theatre and the new playhouse the acreage for the five sea- which will add greatly to the attractiveness from jail on bond. They derer through the paths la fascinated -
nrJ ment station will be es- This is the result of tick eradica- wiU occupy a site between 11th sons covered, according to Mr. of that already pret- were charged with attacking Frazier for hours by the luxuriance. d
d nicatton the federal govern- tion. There Is also a good supplyof and 12th streets. It will be a one- Rhodes, was during January, Feb- ty city. The Bouhinla tree Is a Williams, a woods rider. The -
ed grass In the county at present., story structure, 31 by 93 feet In ruary and March. native of India and bears white negroes, Richard and Charley St. Petersburg There are
''n'em it t I dimensions, and will cost $25,000. and purple blossoms in profusion Smoke, father and son, were shot sharks within the city limits-not

West People living out- Jacksonville The first export The seating capacity will be 1000. Live Oak Heavy rainfall flurlng February and March. The to death by a fusillade or rifle and loan sharks, but honest-to.good- a

are beginning to buy shipment of cotton to be compressed throughout the county kept a blossoms very much resemble the pistol shots. A coroner's investigation ness finny denzena of the deep. +r
lorlda Monroe again In size- by the Southeastern Compressand Macclenny S. J. Register, of large crowd from attending the llellcato orchids. Avon Park civic early today held the men While shark fishing in the gulf In
yin and lots In subdivisionsthe Warehouse Company at its Macclenny says a rattlesnake need peanut ham luncheon sponsoredby organizations have been conduct- had come to their deaths at the Tampa bay is by no means a new
I acts price Is considerably plant on the Municipal Docks left be no terror for anyone able to locate the Ktwanls and Rotary clubs. Ing a beautification campaign all hands of a band of maked men. form of sport, more and more fishermen -
average. the Port of Jacksonville Monday a flower called "The Rattle- Those that attended the luncheonat this year which has resulted In the The negroes were turpentine work- are becoming enthused with
the aboard the steamship Ingola. snake Master," He Is going to Falmouth Springs were loud In planting of hundreds of trees and ers. They were balled out of jail the thrill of matching their wits 'c,

th esv\J1e-A\ two story bricks send some of the blossoms to the their praise of the tender, Juicy srubs. by their. employer and were said and strength against these deepsea
building to cost $8,000 Is Mount Dora Bids have been plant to the state chemist at Tal- ham made from the peanut fed to have been at their home last monsters that Infest local wa-
actual construction1 on asked for rebuilding and adding to lahassee to see just what medical hog. Swift and company donatedthe Marianna-The Marianna Fruit night when seized by the mob ters. Several large specimens of
der they contain and if they hams for the occasion In Its sharks have been in the
to University avenue between the Arboric building In Mount properties con- company which, among many caught
h (restone service station and Dora. It -planned to convert the can be converted Into a tincturefor tinuing their campaign of adver- enterprises, operates a large cattle Fort Myers-Lee county bas at-' past few daya. One of them was

1 I of the Kelley hotel. structure into a modern and pret- snake bites. tising this product throughout the ranch, will soon begin constructing tracted the attention of the scientific a monster and weighed 2000'i'
eve -- ty hotel. The estimated cost of the southeast. what la known as "trench world. The county commis- pounds. When cut open he
., Junction- -The River Junc- improvements is figured at 573 Orlando Mechanical difficul- silos," said to be the only ones of sioners of thla south Florida coun- five foot shark In his stomach and '
nattahoochee r road, that has 000. ties have given a setback to tests Miami Lightning played queer this. character In Florida. Expertsare ty received a communication the had jaws large enough to swallowa u
', construction for the started last spring at Howey-in- pranks in a storm here. It shook said to have declared that other day from the Academy of full grown man. C. J. White, who
0. under the-Hills looking to preservationof the foundation of house where efficientin Science the fellow at the Mid-
months is now virtually Jacksonville Florida's fruit a these trench silos are aa at Philadelphia, asluingpermission caught big
I I few ted and Is open to all tratlIt and vegetable shipping season of resh Florida citrus in gas filled Mr. and Mrs. Ormond Murray were preserving silage as the upright to capture a manatee, dle Grounds in Tampa bay Is curIng {ff
> 1930-1931 which came to an end tanks. Examination has shown playing bridge with friends. The silos constructed of concrete, steel or sea cow, in Lee county waters. the skin of his catch and other
Saturday was the largest so far that the tank In which the fruit Murraya were cut by falling glass and other materials. The trench These mammals are protected bya skins for shipment to northern
Is conceded here that as carload shipments are concerned. was placed In April had sprung and received slight burns. It struck silos are said to have proved satisfactory state law, but county commissioners markets. Shark skins are used for vl
in lines entering Ocala be The total was 110,437 car- leaks and the fruit had spoiled. a house which a bank liquidator In the northwestern are given power to grant various purposes and bring more v
use of the streets fond ; loads.. The next highest was the Officials of the company makingthe expected to sell today, spoiling his states! where they have been In use. permission for their capture when than an ordinary .cow hide.
unloading. The busesbe crop of 1928-29 which totaled 107- experiment report the work deal. It started a garage fire, with for years.' used for scientific purposes. Thepermit. -
; required to have a ter- 131 carloads. will be continued next winter. estimated damage of $5,000 to ten will be granted. Sea cows Children naturally make noise
trucks stored there. Miami Beach John Henry I are frequently seen in Florida wa some of the time They should be
tnllMlflg.feialc Fort Myers-v-Fort Myers mer- Inverness Citrus county Is I Strongman, of New York, obtained ters. One was seen only a few allowed play room rather than ad-
Springs-The test oil chants at a mass meeting unani- famous for Its fine hunting, and Green Cove Springs- -The coun- a building permit this week to miles from Jacksonville "recently monished to keep quiet all the lu

here has reached a depth mously decided to put on a trade while the frog business Isn't exactly ty commissioners of Clay county construct a $00.000 residence at whilo It was playing In Cedar time.
ea In hard Saturday, a sport, It bids fair to bring held a special meeting on Monday Indian Beach. The contract was Creek.
feet and is now carnival for one day
{0 No prediction la made September 12. The plan adopted considerable new money into circu- August 17, and called an electionto let to Tropical Homes, Inc., and Supply the sow and the fall litter
me. development the stores join In lation here, and under the business be held October 20, 1931, for 1.. M. Barrett la the architect. The of pigs plenty of green feed for
next to have
the was
what I bargains and guldatace of L... C. Yoemans, prom- the purpose of determining whether house will be two stories and con- Apalachlcoltt--Government sur- grazing.
I offering advertise exceptional the occasion extensively inent fish dealer and oyster dealer, or not a racing permit granted tain four bedrooms, four baths, a veyors are mapping out a route
for the to of Crystal River, this vicinity gives to the Clay County Kennel clubto garage and servants' quarters. It for another link in the intra-
?_ Preparations of John : every Indication' blossoming Into conduct dog race meetings at will have an elevator and be equip- coastal canal which the Florida In- Winter Park Plans underwayto

.ol the fall term fl I Dade ,,-' of one of our chief sources of In Orange Park, shall be ratified or ped for steam heat. A patio ia land and Coastal Waterways Association construct $100,000 theatre for j
university September r City Representatives
to come. rejected by the voters, of Clay included In the plans. On the main proposes to contruct from Rollins College.
Under way, according I the Manhattan produce exchange Pensacola to Fort Myers. The Cocoa Curtlas Ireland puns
ofUon. -- county. floor will be a living room,
Hulley, president pickle manufacturers, who cucumber have Nocatee-A solid car load of big _- ium, dining room, kitchen and pan- unit, to reach from the eastern chased Knox Hotel, Wllllard street,

I. contracted for the fall distributed stem Jersey sweet potato yams Melbourne Preparations are try. The residence will be ready shore of Choctawhatchee bay, west from, James Banks estate. b
a crop of the Dade City area, of Panama City, to the west Punta Gorda Chas
for 100 tons of was shipped from Nocatee the oth- going ahead for fall planting of for occupancy by January 1. arm Leroy
.eteraburg- -Foundations approximately er day by the Nocatee Vegetable strawberry plants, welch will take of St. Andrews bay, on which Pan- leased Murdock Hotel and Improved
000 residence to be built for fertilizer here to the farmers who Growers association. It was the place In October, according to reports Kissimmee-The citizens of Os- ama City Is located, will bring the preparatory to reopening.
f. C. Williams, are with them on
first solid carload to be shipped from the nearby sections. ceola county are preparing for a
laid on a large
art tow being section, this season, although several thou- Berries from October plantings are big celebration on Labor Day. Sep-
the Jungle
of land In
the -'Crashing through sand pounds have gone out by ex- expected to be offered on the tember 7, when they are Inviting ere r
west side of city. Live Oak -
of John press says the Arcadia Arcadian. Christmas market. Shortage of people from the entire state to be "
the windshield of the car
buzzard Big-stem Jerseys are bringing a rain this summer will probably result present at the laying of the cornerstone -
ilka-An ordinance requlr- Troy, Ala., a What 4
fancy price on the northern mar- In a scarcity of plants and It of their new poatofflce! a '
!be payment of one cent a flew off apparently none the worse
kets. This Is the. best brand of Is believed will reduce the acreagein and at a waterways conference.
had been It happened
on gasoline which for the accident.
week. sweet potatoes grown. the state.Gainesville. Mra. Ruth Bryan Owen, memberof
4,by the city commission the Madison highway this
U months has lust been was struck by the congress, will make the address!
ago : Mrs. Thompson
Fort Myers Formation of the at the laying of the cornerstone.At .
and on its final and child was cut by flying -Tire
passed bird a Tropical Shades manufacturing -Gainesville has the the waterways conference !
by the commissioners. glass. company bas "been announced at only mill in the U. s; A. manufac- many prominent, citizens of the :
The will man-, turing cedar excelsior. Cedar for ,
Fort Myers. concern state will be present, including )
ord Seminole county cel- Mlzner Industries, Inl. has
Ellenton- been known as Uature'strue :
shades on a
sun !
Senator Park Trammell
ufacture cypress I Congressman -
i now In the maklngeed of Palm Beach, started clearingthe special machine designed and Invented product for keeping out vermin Herbert Drane and Mrs. !" n
.lIB being prepared and theN for a stone quarry on and bundle of few
ground by John E. Gay, president, a a ounces OWen.
and their help are swarm- the Eellenton-GlUette road east of of the company. This will be the put In a drawer or closet deoder- ,. W/iat a
throughout the countryside Ellenton. They have a crew of 20 plant manufacturing cypress tees and disinfects and has a very
P et around a hive; and say negroes at work. This companyhas shades exclusively In the south.' pleasant smell. It la also used to :Miami-Miami la going to see r
ley means moneylPetersburgPUot contracts to supply stone for Those that are begin made now' keep off fleas! from dogs, puts on horse racing on a large and elab- 1
two post offices, and the stone manufactured north of the polished coat on the hair, and orate scale next winter An Im-
are Price' !
J. E. Rose mined In this quarry will be used. Ohio river, the News says. makes fine nests for chickens, be- mense racing plant built upon a
"tang gave his parents, Mr. ing loose free. man-made inland between Miami
)(1'1.,( 0. E. Rose of this city, The Plant City - .
| Plant City - --- - -- -- --
biggest' thrill of their lives Co-operative Association has started Chipley Livestock owners v

be took them up for an air- work on Its new strawberry from five counties surrounding HERE'S an example of how Good-
ride on the 50th anniversary packing house. The new plant will Chipley met here and organized a greater production enables
*lr wedding. 40 100 and will be equipped livestock association. Farmers,
be by
with the latest In machinery and greater value I Just look at this tire! '

UceUo Robert Williams, equipment for caring for straw- One 'to'ughhombre It's actually superior to many of the

P.sustained burns In the sweat berries. The building Is expectedto higher priced brands---and we can

i of which the caused county his Jail death Monday Tues- ready for occupancy early In The show you why! Goodyear makes mil '.

aorning. it Is beUeved that lions more tires than anybody else ; t
IiIns set the box on fire In an Sanford Before accepting a and turns the savings back to you, .

"W to escape. down payment pn goods, wares or In a better' product for the money.
merchandise to be delivered at a a Sheik for looks!
: yet
IIItIceUo :\frightened deer later date peddlers or agents representing
eli In front of a truck on the out of state concerns
*Iofiacocukee road last Tuea- and operating here must place a in rubber! A Super Value $ .98Latest J

IIIOrntng and was killed. The $1,000 surety bond with the city of only Goodyear J
was brought to this city andline Sanford or be liable to arrest for 4
: department *- ordinance passedby offers for hard 4.40-21
*lTaUahagood violating & city

IOtIIed.! the city commissioners.- driving (,, ((29x4.40): '

--A ax and plenty of Bronson A movement Is en HEAVYDUIYGood $9.60 pair
1I&t will' be presented toy foot to install a water system for per

of those asking help the town of Bronson. If this can ig (_' year Lifetime Guaranteed
.t the coming Winter accord- be consummated It will be one of I
s statement from the local the best things for the town that Pathfinder OTHBK eau BQUALLY LOW
Con Army, James has been put over for a number of

17'- charge years. This section Is fortunatethat 1I % MM ff.cA Pair
the water supply from the New Improved Standard 4.50-20 (29x4.50) 8.60 10.901 i

Port was Rlchey- A large black deeper wells is pronounced almost GOODYEAR $ 7 5 ,4-50-21 (80x4.50) 9.69 11.10 ,, '
killed at the conan of perfect. 4.75-19 (28x4.75) 0.8512.90
rn lake game preserve Just ALL-WEATHER I 8 B.M-21 (Ih5.218.57 ...,. ,

of'OOk town by "Sborty" B*"*" Marianna Plains for a statewide of- _s_ 4.50-21 I Improved SOx Itetr. CL 4,89 8.5t

: : with i number 13* leaders democratic of the party' conference to be held $ Q.55 ((30x4.50)Other GOODYEAR Deny D.ty Track Tire* ,t ,.
for '
three hours.ktoovwe In :Marianna December 4 and O, ***** guoHy low I 5iM Price 5U PrU80x5 +

: have Just been announced locally. II PATHFINDER I17.9J 82x8 .129.71
) \ plane for the The conference, according to those ( J 4.75-19 I 6.00-20 (12x<.0 ) 1&J4

ruction 100 of a bUding to coat sponsoring the plans, will sound (28x4.75) Superlw Cord The TUBE ALO LOW F.IC D
uvhich la to be occupied the battle cry for the necessary '
II1ately eotJcern ooowtU pend ap.. harmony and activity for the coming Orfwr tbutt tn proportion REGISTER MOTOR CO. I

iI1t.aJ1ed'$73 machinery atate and national contests. REGISTER MOTOR CO. kA
t were revealed Co.
CIty commisslott.A Tampa A party of six prominent Register Motor

Oat.-.- Penaacola citizens headed byJl.a7ol' Btarka ......... Starke Florida Starke Florida ,
and R.O .
10 movement to aD Harvey' W. Bayllma
name the Dew bridge over Patterson, construction enClJ -

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after visiting some time in Vine- MILLER SAYS NO BUILDING ROADSIN to Gene Kunz, drowned Sunday; fOllo"'lnl' chanKoe- ---.;;:
when a motorboat overturned in In lhe
LAWTEY mont, Ala., with Mrs. Waters' parents OVER PRODUCTION 32 COUNTIES troll' .. fnoG b, ::'\
Lake Washington. Kunz was a .aaellllOr for I u,
'ocigty f. n. rarradla*. Cor. and friends. OF STRAWBERRIES former Lincoln High School baa .lven that Ihl U31'Ih.N':: '" kt.II
Little Springs school was visited (Continued from page 1.) Forty-SI: Projects Are Involved In ketball and baseball player, play- of Septp'nbor to bl A/II'ld on :.:.t.I.,

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Smith Thursday by Miss Effle Mae Hoi- 420 Miles of IIIghway field director and baseball coach, hall lit IIlarke, ),D 19! "
will 3'&O
hear .,
would be pleasing to me to see all front '
ton and
Miss Ellen Blackwelder. and Pacific Coast Conference baa :
agenta .
spent with Mrs. a.
Saturday night doel.. 'b ..,
MISS BETTY CHAMBEKLIN, Smith's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mc- They were pleased to visit this of the berries going through an Activities of the state road department keball referee. fixed complalnlll by a. I(. "hi:. ...

BKIDE-ELECT, BRIDGE Call in Lake utler. school, and the teachers were auction, whether It Is my auctionor are a matter of InterestIn Funeral services were conductedby and hear the any oald B"ol' I t.

N4 PARTY HONOKEK Mr. B. R. Reddish of Jacksonvillewas pleased to have them. The teachers some other good organization, every county in Florida. Ac- the Rev. L. R. Carter at the Ustlone Fruit. Should roao"n ho , tit,

in town lost week. of thia school are Mr. John managed by a capable man. cording to the latest tabulated report Bleltz Undertaking Parlors, :followed -From <166,00 lrower rhsn1j F.X r.,"
Miss Betty Chamberlln bride- Mrs. Grady Lanler has returnedto Scaff. Miss Alma Dukes and Miss "Our venture Into the Florida of the department's construction by burial at Acacia cema- Oult ftSfInIng$2000.00 I"('0 h&&o ,

elect of the fall season, was the her home in Miami, after a few Eloise Andrews. deal has not been profitable to us program, Issued June 30, and tery.Mr. Pjlman' to i275O.t Co.. : or",1I&I., ..
attractive honoree at a card party days here with her parents, Mr. Mr. Cris Crawford left here yesterday from a financial standpoint. We published in the current Issue of. Kunz, who was 28 years of to $340.: por'onoPanAm..rlcan

given Saturday afternoon by Mrs. and Mrs. Geo. Futch. for Jacksonville where he have spent time and money here, Florida Highways, brief facts as age, starred In baseball and baa Potrol.
C. A. Knight at her home on W. The Boy Scouts enjoyed a short will spent some time with his but we have no regrets. We know follows are given: ketball at Lincoln high school and P..onal-Fr"nt:' & 11460 10 $'
oIKtlYI '
Call street. camp on Lake Kingsley last week. brother, Jim Crawford.Mr. that we have bten the means of Forty-six separate road construction was widely known as a sports offlcial. u Shell of.aVle P.r..

4 Quantities of radiance roses decorated Mr. D. W. Moore Mr. F. R. Car- Jim Crawford was a visitorin the growers receiving more money projects were under way; He refere ed several bas -From 1550 PNrololl'to t'orp. p,
the lower floor of tile home, radine of Lawtey, and Mr. B. E. our section Sunday. for their strawberries. We know :at that time In the state. ketball games at the University of: Southern Bell Telo
where the guests were entertained. McRae of Starke, were fishing at Miss Doris Crawford was a' vlll- that we have been Instrumental in Twelve bridges were under con- Washington last year aa an official graph 1500.Sinelair. Co., poreonalFro.hon'&aj..

Tallies were of bridal motif, and Jacksonville Beach last Thursday.Mr. tor to Miller school Wednesday- af getting a..better inspection, and struction. in the Pacific coast conference. He Reflnon.. Co.
: durIng the games green mints In Paul Moore was in Jacksonville ternoon. The teachers were glad bringing up the quality of Florida Work Is being prosecuted on was also director of the Mercer "rom Western U160 to 117&0.. PI!,

''I t white bridal slippers were served, last Friday. to have her visit. The teachers of strawberries In general. We know of 25: different state playfield last year. aonal-From Union UI4 TOI.R".h to
t, ;i the color scheme of green and Miss Mattie Harley has returned the school are Mr. Johnson and that we have been a factor in get- some roads.portion He Is survived by his parents, valuation Seaboard Air Line'R 16'10,'

tj white being carried out la the refreshments to Gainesville) to resume her Miss Falrcloth. ting of a wider distribution of Bridges under construction be- Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Kunz, 3703 Fifth stock from anll 123.428,00 Pro Rat.t.

J, I of cake and cream duties aa nurse, after recoveringfrom S Florida strawberries. We feel that ing built on nine different high avenue Northeast a sister, Mrs. C town-To Lota 1 a A 4 6 ot !Ilk to 'Ili t,
]&w & molded as bridal slippers. Favors a two week's Illness here the strawberry Industry Is still In ways. A. Logan, and three brothers, Sam I to 14000.E Brln"on t'olll

'were engagement books in pastel with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. I Its Infancy in Florida and are confident On 13 road projects, convicts and Ed Kunz of Seattle and Albert cept U"20 tt ft Iota l.a of 811
by '
:, shades.At H. Harley.Mr I HAMPTON that j our time and money being used exclusively. : Kuns of Alaska. mold to F. C. 46\2! rt on a'-
At the conclusion of the games, .. has been well We have the bat town-J. iolllnR.wonl
Vernon Rowe was visiting Ml Ad* ntmtmtm. Car. spent. State forces handling three other '- S WAnd
4 high score prize went to Mrs. friends and relatoves in Macclenny utmost _confidence in' the Intelligence Drolects. 14000 Blk 29 to 15000.
and Miss Eunice PRiSONER TO BESENT extenlled on .
Hamilton Ritch last week. of the Florida growers ana orIginal town n.., Ru
firms !
*b,1:, nTi. Perkins received low prize. The Mr. Robt. Dinkma spent Sunday Mrs. Henry Potter and son Master feel that they, too will see that busy Twenty-three on road work.contracting One firm baa TO ASYLUM 180n except street a strip by ot 271 land BO 8 It 111I.
JM1i 1 honoree was presented a gift as a with his Liman Potter the auction the one Street 'set on
parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.Dinkin. both of Lake- .I.syatem.'I four' another has three. aohl to L A.
memento of the affair. The board of commissioners J. W,. 1 II$
.. land, have been the guests of Mra method of marketing their straw- State force U260. AndrewFrom, I
building one bridge.
Miss Betty Chamberlln honoree, Miss Dolly Dinkins, Mr., Tommy Potter's uncle, O. Haynes.Mr. berries. > Eleven different contractors have state Institutions Friday directed N 1214 ft. 0' lot I a ,
riIAjA was attired In a party frock of Beck and Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Car- and Mrs. O. L. Harrison "At present we have the sales the others. that Britt PrIngle, Jacksonville U L. '1'. a Co'.., Ad,1., za aU.I.)t

powder blue chiffon with lace coat radlne spent Sunday evening In spent the week-end with friends for eight associations operating in All bridges are of concrete con- condemned slayer, transferred Jo..ephlne Lot.. 18 14 Taylor of Blk- 18$450 t Ie,
of same shade and accessories to Jacksonville and Jacksonville in South Florida. the Florida strawberry section. Every struction. From the state prison at Raiford 88 8 22-T. J. AldormonI'Tomp'

match. Beach. Misses Rhoda and Ruth Zeierler association reports an increaseIn to the state hospital for the Insane U800.One lot of
4Ll The guest list Included: Mrs. D. Mr. and Mrs. C. Y. Mayo and Theressa, have recently been visiting membership for the coming sea- Fourteen counties are interestedin at Chattahoochee for obser- 120 yde E & lan,1 W In 240 BE yd.cor I
''JL P. Carpenter, Mrs. T. T. Long, children returned to their home in friends and relatives here. the bridges being built. vation. ot$250 SE'4 29 8 22-T, .1. Aldt,

Mrs E. M. Johns, Mrs. R. W. Mar- Tampa Sunday after a two weeks Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Lamoreaux, son."We do not think there can be Road work Is being prosecuted Pringle, who was convicted of We,otl 'umlorslaned tt
32 counties.
tin, Mrs. .1. J. Canova, Mrs. L. ;visit with Mrs. Mayo's parents, left this week for Orlando, where an over production of Florida In slaying an aged negro with an axe, certify .that the above..d
going j
There are 420.79 miles of roadIn a true and
Wyman, Mrs. Hamilton Ritch, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Moore. they will probably spend the win- strawberries as long as we can was sentenced to die in the electric the real and. )personal corr,
II. B. McLendon, Mrs. S. P. Vandl- Mr. P. L. Dinklns spent the week ter., have good quality fruit, and most the 46 projects under construe' chair. He appealed to the state equalized by the city council p!

vlere, Mra. H. C. Ritch, Mrs. L. O. with his family here. Rev. Montgomery of Waldo, will important pf all. proper distribu tion. pardon board for a communatlonof as In a wltneiis board of whereof ei| ),alii.S w. I
Of the total 86.19 have hail
Powell, Mrs. J. H. Ritch, Miss Betty T. T. Darley made a business preach at the "Methodist church tion. The old method of shipping the death sentence to life In by subscribed our horn.. ,1
been contracted for hard surface. date
Chamberlin, Miss Madge Mid- trip to Jacksonville Saturday.Mr. next Sunday morning and evening.Mr. everything to a few eastern mar- These number 15. prison. His plea was based on a above mentioned C P. ROI>
dleton, Miss Eunice Perkins Miss Fred Boyer of Ocala spent and Mrs. A. A. Futch and kets resulted in a glutted marketit projects claim of Insanity. Attest Chairman ('itt I
Mary Canova, Miss Ethel Griffin, the week-end with friends and Mr. Futon's sister, were the guests is true. But with express refrigerator A total of 167.88 miles are receiving The pardon board delayed consideration C.City A. FUTCH Clerk. City Star

4 4 ?i; Miss Harriet Ritch and Miss Mae relatives here. of Mrs. Futch'a sister, Mrs. Lottie cars now, and the opening such rock base, there being 18 of his case until a special H 1
Patchett. Mr. Everett Loadholtz spent. the Watterson, this week. of .so markets to observation chamber could be "VOTICE
week-end with Mrs. Paul Mast Florida wider Grading work is progressing on constructed at the In Circuit (C'ouit Urudfortl
his mother and accompanied by strawberries; means a 25 projects with a total mileage Chattahoochee ty, Florida.. In Chancery,
LIVRE DU MOIS CLUB MEETS grandmother here. Mrs. Vonda Inman of Starke, have distribution! and higher prices. of 126.04 miles. hospital. The commissioners of Beula' Oandy, Cumulalniol
- Mr. R. A. Grlffla made a business recently been business visitors to Louisiana sold a total of 4723 car state institutions were advised the vs.William.8.
and Involve Candy Defmdut
_ Mrs. D. C. Jones was hostess- to trip to Palatka Thursday. High Springs.Rev. Joads of strawberries, with the 162.35 Clearing miles and grubbing,27 different special quarters had. been completed. Order .>f PulillntllM.
,1 members of the Llvre du Moll Dolly Dinkins, Gladys Reddish, F. M. Taylor and Geo. Mee- whole country in 'a general depressed jects. pro State Oandy of Florida: to Will,,I

Club Friday at her cottage at Wlnkum Boulware, Beatrice Miner kin, were transacting business In condition and realized a S S It appearing by affidavit iJed
Kingsley Lake. Ruth Rowe and Pearl Carradine Starke last Monday.Mrs. good price ,for the growers. Distribution \ Plant City O. C. Folsom, gen- In the above entitled cis

__ The prettily appointed table was hiked to the lake last Wednesday.P. Ethel McColsky, of Lake was the secret. And /sEASON TO OPEN ON eral agent for Southeastern Life S.the Candy residence If unknown of defendant and th\

covered with a green cloth centerIng S. They didn't hike back. City, was the guest of her aunt, quality fruit,, MARSH liENS SEPT. 15 Insurance Co., moved office to Citizens -I William 11 S. lundy It l Ie over i tot
Mr. R. A. Grlffla Mrs. Elsie !I "We believe have shown that Bank building. yearn. thr'i'ruthat
3 which was a bowl of lovely went to Thom- Sparkman this week. we you William H. Uandr,
_ pink radiance roses. Following asville, Ga., on business last Satur- The Baptist Sunday school has i we have confidence in Florida. And The ban on shooting marsh hens Hollywood Waterworks sys- are hereby required to appui. ,
_ ,
bill of
the three course luncheon "The day.Mrs. ordered 80 lesson leaflets that all we believe the results we have will be lifted on September 15, tem improvements for city financed against complaint you for divorce In Raid o oil u

Good Earth" by Pearl S. Buck, was O. L. Thomas, of Maxvllle in attendance may be provided shown the growers in the pat two according to state and federal by Hollywood, Inc., tentatively fore Monday, the 6th day off r
reviewed and "Shadows on the and Mr.' and Mrs. McVeigh of with literature next Sunday. The years warrant their confidence in regulations. planned. A.lonn D.. of 1931 said uthvrnlHD bill will b thi(< >toconfeeeed. 1|

L: Rock" by Willa Gather, was selected Jacksonville were in town Friday.Mr. rapid growth In attendance has our organization."We Hunters will have the privilegeof Arcadia Blake-Lanier Funeral .
_ for the next month's discus' and Mrs. Olive Jones of St. called for more classes, more urge every grower to Join a taking these birds along the Home organized in this city. dee It be In further published ordered once that a "'

; sion. Petersburg and Mrs. Julia Moore, teachers and more literature. 88 local shipping association, and that coastal lands in the state for two Mount Dora Mount Dora Hotel four conttecutlve weekS In I B
;; Those present were Mrs. E. K of Safety Harbor, spent the week- were in attendance last Sunday they insist ,that their strawberries months and a half, as the 'shootIng leased from Donnelly estate by, County In Telegraph lIra: <.lto.'d a County newipnillnhed >I"|
Perryman, Mrs. Lenthal Wyman end with Mr and Mrs. J. L. Har- and participated in the study of are sold through auction. Our of- season does not close on marsh Mr. J. E. Mattocks Witness my hand and tlu [

: Mrs. Edward Burns, Mrs. T. J. Al- rell.Mrs. the great plan of salvation.Rev. fice la open the year' round and hens until November 80. above 2nd, 1931.named court, thl Set

derman and Mrs. L. A. Davis. Obie Jones, Mrs. Julia Wllber Scott was on his Mr. Hendoo..wbo\ Is in. charge will Nimrods should not be confused Notice Is NOTICR' O. W. ALDERVj

Moore and Mrs. J. L. Harrell left way to Orange City, where he has be glad to give any grower any Information with new regulations, and If in cerne" that} hereby the city given council to all of con-the (Official As Clerk Seal: Circuit) Court County, ,Bi I

Sunday for _ BRIDGE PARTY GIVEN they will the public '; Of Eriualllers on August mh, Solicitors for Complainant!
spend- a few days- with school there. r. on all game birds, both migratory 5th and 27th A. n, 19111. mad thoo q.j
relatives Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wynn and 8 MONTHS(JTERM fowl and others, such as

Mr. and Mrs. W, M. WaInwrIght T. T. Darley visited hl mouier ,- daughter, Miss Elaine, were the 0. OR,LOSE FUNDS marsh hens, either the county
,",, entertained members pf;, their In Melrose last Friday; guests of Miss Mary Lee Wynn of Judge or the game warden should

bridge club Friday their Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dye and chil- St. Augustine last Sunday.Mr. Attorney general Landis, in a be consulted.

It home. dren were here Sunday.SAMPSON and Mrs. W. T. McEver of written opinion addressed to an S CARL'Cash
T The rooms where the players en- near Graham, visited friends here inquirer Wednesday, expressed the GENE KUNZ

Joyed bridge, were decorated with S last Sunday. opinion that,plorida" counties must '

_ _ late summer flowers. At the conclusion I provide a ,minimum of eight The following news story cover- 1
of the games prizes were S months free public school In orderto ing the accidental death of Gene

_ awarded Mrs. A. Z. Adklns and CITY participate In the $7, OOOOO appropriation Kunz, on Sunday August 16th, Corn

.Mr, Mr. J C Robinson for holding Ethel ,Jones, Cor for schools passed by was taken from the Seattle

high scores.I ., BROOKER the 1931 state legislature.The (Wash) Times. Mr. Kunz' mother

-4 A tempting salad- course was Miss Vera Gainey, Cor. legislative appropriation Is a niece of Mrs., Alice Langford

I served the players. Enjoying Mr. I Mra. Alice Kite and Mrs. Florrle I his opinion, .stated, was made on and Mr. N. D. Wainwright, and a Phone 45 Starke Fla.
_- ) and Mrs. Walnwright'a hospitality condition that the minimum school sister of Mrs. R. A. Thomas ,
I McKinney and Gene Roslnall made I Mr. and Mrs. E. T.: Stewart of I who
_ were: Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Ad- a business trip to Mllledgeville, Alachua were visiting here Sun- term be established in each of the I recently moved here from Palatka:
_ kins. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Knight, I Ga., one day last week. 67 counties., The minimum was I Men who taught him to play

-I 'Senator and Mrs.. E. M. Johns, Mr.! Richard Smith has gone to Coconut day.Mr.. Leon Waters and family, made to apply to,both elementaryand boys he taught to play and brother wSPECIALS

and Mrs. J. C. Robinson Mr. and Grove, to enter school there Misses Lubedia Pinholster and high school; terms the opinIon athletes and basketball referees ]

c Mrs. E. K. Branch of Jacksonville for this term. Idell demons, were sight-seeing explained., yesterday paid their last respect
-1 Beach and Mr. and Mrs. Paul !
Mrs. Hogan Smith and Mrs. at Silver Springs Sunday. ----- -- -
_ (i Hutchings, of Miami.BRIDEELECT Pearl Smith were the guests of Mr. Luther Sowell was attend- :
-_- -- > p n,", and Mrs. Jones one day this ing to business in Starke Mon -2 2
14 HONORED week. day, 1 can Maxwell House Coffee

; Mr. and Mrs. Mlllard Varnes and Mr. D. Polk was called to Bell P Wi
Mrs. J. H. Ritch, Jr., entertained Ions, Curtis and Horace, also Mrs. last week on account of sickness of ot With
t with a hurricane bridge party at Jones visited Pine Level church his sister.

t Klngaley Lake Monday afternoon Sunday. Mr. A. B. Shaw Gainesville,

complimentary to Miss Betty Lucian Thomas returned to was here Sunday with friends. Pt Jar Shefford's Mayonnaise 3 3E

Chamberlain, who ia to be .married Jacksonville Friday, Mr. Stephen Brannen and famIly for _

_ soon. We are glad to have Claude spent the week-end here with !lt

The attractive arrangement of Brown Brown with us again as he I relatives.Mr. 8 Ibs. GRITS or MEAL __________ 1
.t early fall flowers provided a pretty has been In the hospital In Starke H. P. GBlney and Henry

i setting for this affair, which for about ten days. He is resting Shaw attended church at Long 10 Bars Laundry Soap ___________ 2
_ was carried out In an unique man- very weU at his borne now and we! Pond Saturday and Sunday.

ner. The holder of low for the afternoon hope he will soon be well again. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Gainey and

was awarded the prize. AndrewsThOOUlllWednesday daughter Lois, spent Sunday in Bacon lb.
Miss Ruth Stern bel'l' being the evening Miss Cleo Jacksonville with !oIl', and Mrs. A. plates, -

_ Vtnner. The honoree received a Thomas and Mr. Reddish Andrews B. Crosby.Mr. .

fl dainty gift, and during the afternoon were united in marriage at a very and Mra. Carol Adklnaon Sliced .
Breakfast Bacon lb. ____..
was pleasantly surprised with _
i simple but impressive wedding.The and Mra. Letama Blaas.' are the
j a handkerchief shower church was decorated with proud parents of daughters. born

The hostess, assisted by' Mrs. flowers, ferns, and moss coveringan the 24th and 27th of August.Mr. .

_ _ _- Herbert Durden, served the guests, tmprovlshed archway at the altar P. W. Brannen spent the 2 cans Charmer Coffee - - 2
who were aa follows, a aalad under which the couple stood week-end in Lake Butler with his 2I

course: during the ceremony. mother, Mrs. W. B. Brannen.

__ '-f- Mrs. J. .. Canova Miss Harriet Preceding the entrance of the S 4 lbs. BUCKET LARD -________________
hUtch, Miss Lucille Mitchell, Miss bride and groom, a musical program
A Mary Canova. Miss Ruth Stern- was rendered by Miss Estelle

; berg, Miss Hazel Middleton and Davla., She sang "I Love You AT APOPKA 2 Post
Bran Flakes
-I-? Miss Elise ,Jones, of Gainesville. Truly", and "Oh Promise Me." The Sanford pkgs. - "
S Sept. 2.-Funeral services -
bridge and groom entered to the The service we render
it I NOTICEs strains of Lohengren's Wedding for Mra. H. C. Waters Sr..

-- March, and throughout the ceremony 39 who died Monday after a brief appeals only to good 6 Small or 3 Large Cream ___________---. a
A meeting of the Starke Welfare illness, were held yesterday after-

-- Association will be held at the played."Moonlight Mendelshonn'a and Roses"wedding, was noon from the First Presbyterian. hard headed folk who Quart Jar APPLE BUTTER ________. ..,
church here. The Rev. E. D.
home of Mr. Raymond next Tuesday ..
march used .
t afternoon at 4 o'clock. was aa recessional.The Brownlee and the Rev. A. S. Peck CHEESE _ _ ________________
bride was beautiful In long learned that
very ago safety trans
AU members and those Interested her conducted the services. Burial was
wedding gown long flowing
h In the sick: and needy of our in the Witherington family plot atApopka. Home MadeCountry
white crepe de chine, her veil being cends all else in the matter of bank
\\f: town are urged to attend this caught with orange blossoms, Mrs. Waters was born In -2 2!
4 meeting.
lent a flattering effect about her ing. Pork Sausage lb. -
S ka. December 3, 1892. She had 2J
curly blonde tresses.
: ,
_ NOTICE OF TEACHERS' The lived here for nearly 13: years after I
was performed by
EXAMINATION ceremony spending some time In Atlanta Our Counsel is
Rev.' C. C. Butler of New River. BOILED
Ga., and Starke, where her husband HAM, lb. _ _______,---.- '
The couple left, for points In
Persons wishing to- take teach- was in business. at Your Service 21 lbs. 6
the north on their honeymoon. Great Western Flour _.
_____ '
ers' examination will report at the Mra. Waters Is survived by her -

courthouse at Starke, Sept. 17th, S husband, three daughters Miss 96 Ibs. Great Western Flour __ __ __ $
_ at 8 o'clock. Anyone wishing to Catherine Waters, ,Miss 'Caroline -
take special examination should Waters and Miss Minnie Waters; /J
\ Ttie *
aend in notice at once. MILLER two ions H. A. J, GRIFFIS I Tom W. Waters, all of sanford; NO. 2 $1
'Bllea BtatkweMeiv Cor. HONOR ROLL OATS __
1 9-4-2t. Supt. her mother Mra. IL. IL Witherington BANK - ___ --

':. S ; a sister, MrsAfne4-.Barry; E. S. Matthews Pres.., R. J..'Davis. Cashier C. S. MEAL _, .._JTHII______ -" $1
Clermont 30-foot diving tow- Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Waters three brothers. Allison, Harry P.. T'
_ ; constructed"at" Crystal Lake, and children and fro, O. Waters. and J-sn.a Rv-Wltheringtttv of 'Safety Deposit Boxen Provide Safety We Buy Chickens Market piPAGE
and Eggs
toot of Minneola avenue. all_ returned home Sunday night Apopka. ,


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--------------- --- --- =-------------------- -T----- ------- Mr
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who has,, been visiting them for Wars.
Intangible Taxes r
severs! weeks. TIIERESSA Defined; Goes Into Hines Advises "In requesting cash payment of

Mr. A. ... SulllT... C... the balance due on these certifi-
ofIDeal Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Ritch and son Effect January 1st
Bits cates," he told the thirty-third annual -
of St. Petersburg were the guest t
of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson, Mr. D. W. Moore returned last Tax Assessors Assess intangible Veterans To Go encampment of the organization u

while enroute to Hendersonvllle, Thursday from a visit to Clearwater Personal Property on here, "the veteran Is merely ;v
and Arcadia. Mrs. Moore went
N. C. for a visit. Tax Roll for of a
NeWs Separate asking a liquidation gov-
from Arcadia to Vero Beach where Slow On DemandsKansas
ernment debt already acknowledged. -
she will visit relatives before returning -
Mr. and :Mrs. A. H. Hall and ba- County tax assessors are given '
Concerning Our People, Business and by, Sharon Misses Edna and Car- Mr. O. M. Bennett left Friday the task of assessing all Intangible "It is a debt that once paid, will J
rie Hutto, and Helen Prather personal property next year. The give him the opportunity of immediate j
of the County and Town. for his home in Jasper, after a vis- City, Mo., Aug. 31.-Veterans -
Progress spent Sunday In Jacksonville the recently enacted intangible tax economic relief In a periodof i
It of several days with his daughter organizations were called '
guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Jack Mrs. C. Sullivan law goes Into effect January 1, depression which strikes the r'4 ti
son. Which that revenue upon today by Administrator than classof I
----- =========== Dr. and Mrs-. C. Dubose and J932. means veteran more any one
--'"J = =a Hines of veterans to ask affairs
-- from the measure will not be derived individuals because of existing
spent Dr. James William Brownlee daughters, Miss Alice and Flor- Congress for no more veterans leg- "
".'.. D. Bumgarner were Mrs. A. M., Hodgson and little David visited Mrs. untll.t933. unemployment conditions.
ence, and son, ,
dnesdlLY Irs. in Jacksonville. visitors In Jacksonville Tuesday. daughter, Peggy returned Sundayto Dubose's sister, Mrs. A. I... Sulli- The new law defines Intangiblesas : islation until they have studied and Opponents of cash payment in
their home in Daytona Beach, being "all personal property determined the ultimate cost of full he asserted, "ignore the fact
Mr. and Mrs. George Gardinerand after van Saturday. which la not In itself intrinsically relief acts on the books.
; Boyd of Umatilla spent spending a week here with Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Triest were that the principle of adjusted compensation -
visiting .friends. Mrs. L. O. Jones will spend her parents, Rev. and Mrs. J. J. valuable, but which derives its Addressing the annual conven- was accepted by the con-
day here Sunday In Hastings.Mr. Bullen. visitors to Gainesville Sunday.left Sun- chief value from that which it represents tion of the Veterans of Foreign gress of the United States back In
Miss Thelma Sullivan
." Wars, General Hines noted that
1924 and that this onligatlon to the
'Beach and Miami, I 4
were for Vero
Davis .
and Mrs. L. A. and Mrs. W. S. day classifies intangible the government's annual outlay for '
141, Telvington Both circles of the Woman's and The new law veteran was confessed by the gov-
where she will visit friends
I IW>I'I to Jacksonville and son, Billy spent Sunday with Missionary Society of the Methodist relatives. property into three groups, as follows benefits to former service men ernment at that time,"

left Tues- Mr.. and Mrs. George Gardiner. church will meet next Mon Messrs. W. W. Packham and S. amount to about $900,000,000 and "We will demand of. ,congressequal )
,flu l Betty Chamberlin Kan day afternoon at four o'clock, at business visitors to Class A intangible personal stressed what he termed the "in recognition for the widows
vor her home 'in Parsons Mrs. Carl Alderman and little the'church. The program will be Jacksonville: Monday. property Is all stock, or shares of evitable trend" of all terms of vet and orphans of Wolrd War veteryens ;

and Mr*. bon, will leave Saturday for their ''In' charge of Mrs. W E. Middleton.. Miss Lucille Bennett of St. Petersburg Incorporated or unincorporated erans aid Coward the increase with, those of previous wars" 1
Mr,and;; Mr*' J. B. Sapp 'home In Baltimore, Md. companies, and all bonds except above the Initial expectations.In he said.

B Mundy. Jr., spent Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Holtzen- C. Sullivan., is visiting'" her sister, Mrs. bonds ft cities and counties of the meantime, he said the . .

Gainesville._ Mrs. W, A.Sterna and daughter, dorf returned home Friday from Mrs. E. S.- Sibley and little Florida and bonds, exempted un- principal need of veterans Is more Delray Beach $500: Improvement -

a Louise were visitors In Jackson- Bartow, where they attended the daughter Ruth Lavern, vtisted Mr. der the constitution of the state jobs. He explained the bureau program planned at beach. ;
was ,
Fred Morrow of Tampa Wednesday. ville :Monday and Thursday. funeral of their little niece, who and Mrs. C.'rA.; 'Toungblood last and United States. was working with the labor department -I. Sarasota Mao's Food Shop
sinew visitor here was killed by a truck Wednesday week. '''*' Class B Intangible personal prop- toward this end. opened at 330 :Main street.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Underhill morning.Mrs. erty, Includes all notes, bonds and "It is far more conducive to aman's I Panama City-Chrlsto Department r
Hat atamp' Mr. and Mrs. C. Sullivan were
Lovely line 'Rhodes' spent Sunday in Gainesville with other obligations for the paymentof self-respect, far more in Store opened. ;'

_________ Mrs. '1'. A. Steele and Mrs. F. A. W. P. Randall and little visitors. I...Starke Sullivan Saturday.Mr. was a busi- money secured by mortgage, keeping with our American traditions I Madison--Work started on Pan. D

Moore. ,son, Bill, Jr., formerly of Tampa, to and deeds of trust leases and liens upon of Independence of the in- Am Service Station, corner Shelby ,
; Mrs. Pate Gassett spent I ness Hampton ctllvdual and of the nation said
and estate In ,
Mr ,spent several days this week with real estate or personal and Base streets.
Starke Saturday.Miss
ednesday In Jacksonville. I Mr. and Mrs. Wm. G. Struth and ,her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M., Lucille Bennett was a visi- Florida. Hines, "to give horn an opportunity Eustts Bids asked for rebuildj j

',children of Jacksonville, were Alvarez: before going to Jackson- Jacksonville Class C Intangible personal prop- to earn nla own way than mere ing Arborlo building Into modern v4
Sun I tor to Tuesday.
lllss Beatrice Sullen spent I guests yesterday of Mr. and Mrs. I ville, where they will reside. Messrs. R. L. and Charles and erty Includes all other intangiblesnot ly to provide some form of pay- hotel, estimated to cost $75,000. -
iy in Daytona Beach visiting W. H. Struth. embraced In classes A and B ment which he has not bad the Clermont-Mr.. and Mrs. W. E.
batten Mr. and Mrs.
1 Miss Anna ,
latlves. excepting that belonging to the privilege of earning. Morse opened New Way Home.
Mrs. Charles Dutton of Tampa,, Floyd Fender and Mr Floyd Kirk-
I,, Mrs. George Anderson of Law- after a visit sere with her son-in- state or political subdivisions, religious "The public generally will expect Laundry.St. .
land attended the Union meetingat
Dorothy Ellen Steele of Gaines tey, spent Wednesday afternoon law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. lake charitable, benevolent, or every able-bodied veteran to make Augustine -- Plans progressing -
withr. Sunday.
He, Is spending the week 'with her mother, Mrs. W. J. Ep- H. C. Wall, left Tuesday for Mad- Messrs Kingsley Willie Sullivan and Eddie educational associations. Fran the utmost effort to help himself, for proposed Sebastln river
Mrs. J. B. Sapp. to be includedin since neither war nor can
and chises are believed peace bridge. ur
person. ison to spend a while with her par- Wasden of Waldo, were visitors ;
I this classification.The abrogate the duties and responsibilities Ybor City w $25,000 theatre to
Jr. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Morrow here Sunday afternoon. ;
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mundy i Col. and Mrs. Herbert Nollman I Raiford state comptroller is empowed of citizenship." be erected here.

turned Friday from a .trip In ,I of Sebring were guests of Mrs. Mrs. H. C. Peelman of Jacksonville spent Miss the Teresa week-end Bennett with of her sister,, to make rules and regulations Direct benefits to veterans cited Panama City J. Ed Stokes .y r

orth and South Carolina.Mrs. .Nollman's mother, Mrs. S. F. Ham- Baptist W. M. U. secretary,, Mrs. C. Sullivan.Mr. necessary for carrying out the pur- by JUnes Included more than $20- plans publishing newspaper In thin
rick for the weekend.Dr. at the poses of the law. 0000,000 paid on compensation to city.
delivered address
i a splendid of Starke, wasa
J. H. Ritch, Jr., and Mrs. Floyd Crosby Tax assessors shall assess Intan-I 400.000 World War Veterans and attorney
In I church Sunday morning. While visitor here Saturday afternoon.Mr. Tampa-Judge Henry Cohen
nule Kahr. were visitors and Mrs. J. W. Hayes of here Mrs. Peelman was the guestat and Mrs. Henry Crlbbs of gible personal property on sep- I dependants for disability as a re- moved offices to 504 1-2: ty'
nesviUe Wednesday. Gainesville the of Mr. arate tax roll the form to be pre- sult of war service; in allowanceto Franklin street.HlaleahEverclades. y.
are guests the home of Mrs. W. J. Epperson. Starke and Mil: Luther Crlbbs. of
and Mrs. E. W. at scribed by the comptroller. The 230,000 veterans otherwise dis- Construction
Hayes Kings- ;
and Mrs.
visited Mr. t
I Just received shipment all kind I ley Lake this week. Clearwater, taxable value of Intangible prop-i abled; $1,000,000 In retirement pay Corporation received $106,175 e

garden seeds prices right.rownlee I r Mr and Mrs. E. E. Branch and Wilmot Misses Brown Kathryn Sunday.Weest and Ruth erty shall be on the same basis of to 6,000 disabled emergency olTI contract for remodeling and beau.., ( ,

Bros. 8-21-31. Mr. and Mrs: E F. Rhodes of ,Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hutchings left Williams of Hampton, were visitors valuation as Is based on assessingall cers, and $19,500,000 In pensions to tifying grandstand at Hialeah n
of survivors and of all '
other classes property.It dependents
Gainesville spent Sunday with Mr. Tuesday for Jacksonville Beach af to Theressa Saturday after Park. ?
I W. F. Hitter of Sudney, was the I is made the duty of owners, other wars.
and Mrs. El W. Hayes at Kingsley :ter spending a month at Kingsley
est of Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto :Lake. noon.Messrs. agents and others responsible for r.I
Lake. Mr. Mrs. Hutchings Gordon Weest and Ral I
I to Kansas City Aug. 31.-A renewal I
week. intangible -
t 1 rendering
|spend several' days at the beach eigh Brannen of Hampton, were DR. R. W. MARTIN
I to do so by April of demands for
the tax assessor upon congress
Mr. Blaine Carwile of Tampa before returning to their home In guests of Mr Howard Moore Sun- DENTIST '
| Coward' Cornets and Brassieres will spend the week-end at Kings- Miami. 1 of each year. Intangible prop- full cash payment to veterans upon

lew fall models at Stump's. ley Lake with his family and Mr. day.Mr. Jimmie Swindell of Putnam erty tax returns are not to be open adjusted compensation certificateswas Phone 33 floors I B to 5
state and advocated Paul
except to today by C
and Mrs. H. C. Wall. here Sun to inspection Over Corpening's Drug Store
Carola Cafe Expresses Hall, visited his parents
requires Wolman of Baltimore commander-
| Mr and Mrs. L. L. Thigpen ofatka county officers whose duty ,
were business visitors ThanksThe day. them to examine the in-chief of the Veterans of Foreign
Mrs. O. L. Mrs. A. Z.
Beasley, DeV. S. H. Dodd filled his reg- I '

ere Wednesday. (Adklns visitors and In Miss Jacksonville Hazel Adkins Tues- Carola Cafe desires to ex- ular appointment at the Christian that the names of all electors ,. Phone STEAM PRESSING CO.Suits :,',

| Mr R, O. Daniel of Sarasota, day.were press an appreciation of the pat- church Sunday'1.evening. shall be transcribed in the books of 52 J. Frank Thoman, Prop.Cleaned & '

t Sunday In Starke with rela- ronage given it by the local people ivl, the election district to which such FELT HATS Cleaned and
I, Mr.dY;: ; J. 1 W'i'i'kes of of Starke. AUTHORITY Iii GIVEN'ItEQI:04TRATION electors belong, the opinion stated. i Reshaped u :

'Jacksonville spent the week-end. We strive to please our customers : MEN ,
Mr and Mrs. W. J. Epperson : Klngsley Lake at the Adklns cot by giving them prompt and I'
Wed r relatives in Qultman Ga., courteous service, also quality in May Transcribe Electors Into New

day.HrI.. : tage. food products.We Books SPECIALS FRIDAY & SATURDAY SEPT. 5

I Friends of Mr. C. N. Christy, have some new features that ...l.- -- &

Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson who Is a patient In Riverside hospital we wish to call your attention too County supervisors of registration -
i visitors In Gainesville Tues- our prices have been reduced. have been given authortt">-
In Jacksonville, will be glad ,ar
Meals that BO cents are der section 291, compiled general
liy. were once
to know that he is Improving.Miss
reduced to forty cents. Our chicken laws, to transcribe and transfer TIP TOP

Henry Potter has returned Peggy Turnbull of Law- dinners are fifty cents. The Into new registration books what Grocery

o> her home In Lakeland after aHt renceville, Va., Is the guest of her other new feature we are offering ever registration books may be in
with Mrs. O. I... Haynes. Mrs. T. B. Is a regular breakfast, at very rea- their possession the names of all ,
uncle and aunt, Mr. and
Massie. sonable prices, along with our ala electors who appear upon said old LOCATION BETWEEN BANK AND POST OFFICE ,

Mr H. C. Grant of St. Augustinepent carte breakfast menu.Don't books to be property and legally This Is A Home Owned Store Howell Nashworthy Owner
Friday at the home of forget to stop at the Car- registered electors thereon at the
night has been left undone to .- .. .. .
Nothing -- -- - --- -- --
r. and Mrs. O. L. Haynes. make Humming Bird Hone Amer- ola for your next meal out. Thank time of such transfer to three new Best Grade,White Best Grade, Compound f,
you.-Adv. books, according to the attorney
Icn'a outstanding Dollar storking.
, Dr. and Mrs. O. L., Haynes and general. Such an opinion has just '

family spent Sunday in St. Augus- All new-fall shade. at Stump'sMrs. GAME FISH ANDTRAPPING been rendered,"to Claude Connor, BACON lb.r 9c LARD Ib.r r r r r r 9c

|tae with relatives. ... several LICENSE: COSTS clerk of the court, Inverness* ,
O. L. Beasley spent
In Tampa this week with her Registration! 'Officers: should use -. - .. ....
Beautiful at The coat of, game and fishing .
fall dresses
new C. Dur- / r Goodwlfe Pan Gold Guaranteed We Grind
temp's. ,parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. license in this county, are as follows or it-RIO 4y
den. 11

"Mrs. E. E. Canova and daugh- Mrs. M. C. Stith and children Game: license, available after No- IL E. LAGERGRENSurvej Hour 24 Ibs. 59c; 12 33c; 6 21c Coffee lb. - 15c
: '
Miss Mary Canova motored to a vember Resident county, $125; Ing-Leveling ;
of Jacksonville are spending
|ckaonville Friday. resident state, $8.00; non-resident, !
while with her parents, Mr. and Mapping
$25.60. Octagon Powder orSoap Best Whole Grain Kilter or Campbell
Mrs. J. j. Canova returned Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. Fishing license (available now) Starke, Florida ':

|Thursday a M In Jacksonville.from a visit with rela- Monticello CoL and were Mrs. R.week-end E. Cowart guestsof of -Not resident county required of state$1.25 in:;home; resident resident county state additional by, 3 f for-- l Oc Rice, 4 lbs. --19c'Beans,3for'1 f 25c f

Mr and Mrs. N. Sternberg- ; re- State's Attorney and Mrs. A. S. $325; non-resident county, $325; 666; _

turned Monday from a trip to the Crews. non-resident state, 1050. Carnation or Pet, Can \ Fresh Ground, Home 'f
|aorthera markets. Trapping license (not available r.

Sunday Mi.. from Evelyn a visit Stump In Virginia returned, dren Pensacola Mrs.returned Lucius Wednesday Bell to their and after two home a chil-visit in until county counties,season,$325$10;.SO opens resident; resident) _additional Resident state S.I..d H.II.._.v I...LIQUID..a",.eb,*T"a..Cold 1 I.IeTS Nmmrmtglm' 'tm tk.taro.Sara. tint tmSO Milk, 3 sm. l Oc; 3 tall, 20c_ grits or Meal,10 !Ibs. 23c

Weal Virginia and Washington. with Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wilson. $25.00; non-resident county, $25.-: 668 Halve for Baby's Cold.
Rindless Boiled
state $100.ExemptionaResldents Smoke ::
Mr Mrs. P. E. Canova and daughter, 50; of state, .. .. J ., "'- .. -- J ; :.
_ and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee and Canova, returned Fri- ... Bacon lb. 23c Ram lb. 35c
day Miss from Eunice Rock Mountain, N. C., 65 under: years IS of years age of or age.older;v children ... - Bacon, lb. - 14c ;i f:

where they spent the past three ATLAS -

I Ballroom for Murcelle, Tango Kuhnert, Tap,,eta.Phone 9104.. home J. B.of W.Sapp L. has Wall,purchased now occupiedby the FLORIDA FIGURES LAND-OF TO THE NOTABLE WORLD The Standard 011 Salt t:3 fr - io l Matches. 3_-1 lOcI Coffee f Ib.--: 30c j jNO t

an appointment Mrs. Florence Gill and will Bradenton Aug. 29. State Tire GuaranteedOne -- -- -
21-2 Size CAN- eIU"g-
Alaska lk------ r
GAINESVILLECOLUMN move in as soon as repairs. are Representative Geo. C. Lea has :, ,

made. filed among public records here a Year & I. '

deed giving notables an equity In Peaches16c Flour 24 Ibs. 70c/Salmon tall-lOc 1 ; '

Miss Patsy Brinson, who has a 20-acre farm which he said he eeNN4 Nt ON/ r

fNT A been the popular guest of Miss expected to lose through fore- -- -'- ----- --- _ "
WORD Oveda Keene for the past week. closure of a mortgage.The i -

has returned to her home In deed is titled: "Fee simple Frigidairethe Celery or 35c BOX QUAKER OATS ___ _______-_ 2SLettuce :
_ Starke.-Palatka Times-Herald. farm relief deed."

FOa Those given an equity in the 2 for 25t GREAT NORTHERN BEANS, / Ibs. ? -.. 25c ; ,
SALE-2 of Jacksonville "Will Roger. Herbert
young Essex sows Miss Lillian Allbritton property are:
with LoUI8 8 and 9 pigs. Marvin BIrt, and Rev. L. G. Ray of Hoover. Al Smith O. O. Mc- three year guar- LAUNDRY SOAP, .2 for ____-__________ 5c ,

_ e, Fla. 8-28-2t. Dinsmore and Milliard, were guests Intyre Clara Boy Mahatma Gand-

tfRtYED Tuesday of Misses Olive and Amelia 'hl, the Dey of Algiers, the Bas- anted electric refrigerator No. 1 While 10lbs We SWEET SOAP, 3 for ____....__________ lOc ;

One black heavy haw of Turkey Jack Dempsey,
built mare mule, white Seminole Indians Aimee Semple Potatoes We BLACK PEPPER __ 5c
nose, 25c ----------------- -
weight - -
about goo Ibs. Finder no- Rev. and Mrs. G. H. Lowry and Mcpherson. William J. Howey

=4' Galney Brooker. U.rea daughter, Margaret, have returned Florida Republican Leader; Doyle PURE CANE SYRUP, Qt. 25c; 1-2 gal. __ 39c
vacation spent in Mary- E. Carlton. governor of Florida; For sale bySmith's
SALE11.00 from a mountainsof Mathews. Duval county Bananas, 3 ices ____ lie 5c POTTED MEAT 3 for ______ lOc
SCUppernong grapes. vllle, Tenn., and In the John E. __________

lelt F. B. pick Cady.them Kingsley your- North Carolina. chobee legislator county Peter legislator Tomasello"; and, Okee-W Apples doz. 29c CIIIPSO ___ -., ffc; OXYDOL 3 for--_- 25c

_ ltPoR Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Edwards and A. Logue of Bradenton. Service
little daughter, Fredrika. returnedto The deed was acknowledged before OLD DUTCH, _ 8c; SELOX, 3 for ____ 2Sc i''

Three SALE-North Cherry street, their home in Jacksonville Wed- a local justice Friday and recorded Rutabagas orCabbage
Jersey Lily 'Pure
city lots store on corner nesday after spending' a week at in >the deed record booksof StationStarke Creamery

t renal stock of goods and fix.etor Lake. J4anatee'Cowaty.
Ving room at backroom S Ib. 3/c BUTTER lb. - - - - 30c'I '
e, Plan progressingfor
and Fort Myers ,
spent Fla.
Ilra.. w. leVen boUM. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Weaver of proposed $200- ,

R 1'_ D. Torntoc, Stark.. :Fla.. Saturday in Crystal River. They construction i. .
office. J
000 post
Billy Arline,
.S-21-St" were accompanied by .

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I.'i' '.4 "1. Farmers Facing all such seed to the best
I' 1 ,i( ,-: Association Idea For Lot 1 8 or EW: of Blk 81 L. elSy
advantage. T. A Co' Sub Division __ SLot ,I 22 Lillie Sander
f. FARM NEWS SECTION the 2 Bile 82 I. T. A Co.'*
11r"n'f: State Is Suggested 4. Encourage and protect Sub Division ________28 I 22 Walter
if"I Grave ProblemThe grower of high grade seed. Lot 1 A 2 or BH Bile SI L. Cummings _
____28 6
I buying seed T. A Co. Sub Dlv 22 Sam Ton
Protect _
I Gainesville, Fla. The Idea ofa 5. Lot 1 A 2 or BV Blk 84 -
\ 'j t: ;' Conducted By association to by maintaining an inspection ser L. T. A Co.'* Sub Div ____28 I 22 Sam Tyson I
crop Improvement seed of high Lot 8 A 4 or WH Blk 24
"11i'i "t ; L T. DYER, County Agent distress of the agricultural help secure, produce, and maintaina vice for certifying L. T. A Co.'. Hub Dlv __28Blk 6 22 Lulu Duhart _

: : :' JORDAN Home Demonstration Agent Industry baa revived old and supply of good seed, was presented .I quality. 27 & 88 E:_ T, A Co.. -_
fJ It { c brought new farm relief proposalsto to Florida farmers and 6. Emphasize and demonstratethe Sub Division .:._____' 28 6 22 A. O. Jenkins
I and value of EV4 Blk 40 I* T. A Co. *
.. the attention of official Wash- growers by Fred H. Hull, assistant importance purebred Sub Division - ________28 6 22 -- Billy:! Brown lb
ington. at the Florida Experiment seed to the farmers, and fos- Lot. 1 4 Blk 41 L. T. A Co.'*
BERRY agronomist
ZOLFO I ter the production and general use Sub Division -_ -- -- ___28 I 22 James E.
Cost of Bumper existing surpluses Station in recent radio address Franklin 13
Living GROWERS' HEAR a Lot 1 2 Blk 42 L. T. & Co. .' _|
of "certified" seed. _ ______ _
low prices !lack of demand and over WRUF. I, Sub Division 28 < 82 John William
I Lot 8 Hilt 42 L. T. & Co.'*
MILLER AT MEET markets, scarcity of credit, mortgages Mi Hull called attention to the F
Sub Division _____88EV4 I 22
Miami Beach 51 building permits Julius Butler
Hits The Lowest and upald bills, drought\ and fact that Florida Is one of the total- Blk 43 I_ T. & Co.'* - -_

Union Experts to Ship Twice Th e, grasshoppers have increased thelarmer' I largest importers of seed, and that, Issued here during July Sub Division __ _____'_28 e II Lura Whitmore .
Ing 257000. Lot 8 Hlk 48 L. T. A Co. -_
Volume of Last Year problem. with no seed Inspection service or Dover More than 200 cars Sub Division _ ______28 I 22 -, Hoover Bros I
With congress convening la December I crop improvement association, the Blk 44 L. T. &: Co.'. SubDivision - 1
Mark Since War fruit and vegetables shipped from - ----------28 I 22 A. O. Jenkins
New and a presidential election pnly assurance growers have of ob- '
harden Farmers Will Try this point to recent date. N'ria Blk 45 1... T. A Co. !
StrawberryJust next year, situation grows more taining pure, clean, good quality up Loft! Division - _____28 6 22 If. Q. PlgfordLivingston
Orlando Florida Poultry Cooperative 4 nik 48 L. T. A Co.'* -_
complex as debate revolving seed ia the Integrity of the dealers. 1.
Co. organized here recently Sub Division - _-______28 8 22 -
I v1 ) 7 Six: Monthn Show Qulcke Dry In now Hardee county farmers I around the farm board, stimulates, While most dealers are telling pure Ft% lot 2 Blk 48 L. T. A Co.'. Truby A -?__ 1

t discussions on the equalization fee seed, there Is need for the development Sub Division _ __--_--J8 I 23 Jim English
Food Bill. Lead are busy netting strawberry plantsfor
Decade; Plant City Paving on State Lots 6 8 Blk C, N. J. Jane - -. !
the fall and winter and and the export debenture plans and of varieties and strains of Addition 28 6 23
crop A. K. Carantzan
1 t ? t will the price freezing propositions.The crops particularly suited to the Road No. 17 between this city and Lots 1 4 Blk 1 Temple Ad- !
The cost -of living stands at its lit Is understood several try American county line completed. dition _ -________. ,28 I 22 Mr.. 0. M
lowet figure since 1918. Blakemore strawberry on a small farm bureau federation Florida climate.Mr. packIng Lots 1 2 Blk 1 Temple Addition Inrnnn 0

1 i Department of labor figures scale. The old Missionary will re- yesterday termed present Hull reviewed the work the Largo Construction of _ -_ ____________18 8 II-D. E. Knight
plant east of Atlantic Coast Lot 8 Blk 2 Temple Addition -. it
y show that it dropped farther In main the favorlate however. farm legislation Inadequate and reaffirmed Experiment Station is doing In ____28 .1 23e Mrs. Cella

# S the first half of 1931 than in any The Blakemore ia a cross be- Its faith in the equalization breeding and selecting crops and Line Railroad tracks, progressing Lot 4 5 Elk !Temples Addition Carter 4

fee. In contrast the national strains especially rapidly. - _________28 II-D. B. Knight
t : six months for a decade. tween the Missionary and Premier, in Lots 1284 Blk 8 Temple '
Marianna New cotton
/ ; Food prices led In the general Is uniform In size and slightly range is again advocating the export adapted to Florida. However, gin Addition - _______28Fraol I 22 D. E. Knight __

, 4(4 tumble that left its mark on every blunt, with broad shoulders and a debenture., when such strains are developed, operation. Bile 6 Temple AdLotst13n4'881k -n
Senator North It will be desirable for some organization _28 8 22 C L. Peek _
Nye, Republican
f ti group of items in the family bud slight neck. It ripens uniformlyand T Templea h_ I

Is bright red and glossy. It Dakota, wants the government to such as a crop Im- Addition 1 _--dU 8 22 ?- C. L. Peek _

get.Since the turn of the year prices ships well and is said to yield engage In a program of pricefixing provement association, to take COFFINS & CASKETSAnd Lota dition S 7 Blk 7 Temples_ 28 8 22 I

decline 13.8 per cent in the food slightly more and Is earlier than for two or three years, and has up the task of seeing that the Full Line of N 10 ft 5-In lot 6 .A"all lota; B. W Hayes ____ J

group; six per cent in house fur the Missionary. recommended a debt holiday for strains are kept pure, that the, 8 T Blk 0 Temples Addition -

farmers.' Representatives Wright seed are certified, and that proper - __ 8 23 O. B. Knight _
nishings. S3 per cent in fuel and Undertaker Supplies Blk 10 A Temple 'd:18 -- It

4t light, 4.8 per cent In clothing, 3.1 Pitman, Democrat, Texas has urged distribution is given of them. dition -28 I II-C. L. Peek __ _
t A of the Zolfo AUTOMOBILE HEARSE Lots IS 84547 18 14 :Blk -- -- _
cent in rent and 0.7 per centIn special meeting President Hoover to call a special Among the things which Mr.

per the miscellaneuos group. Springs Strawberry Growers Union session to set a minimum priceon Hull believes a corp Improvement Always .. H..d. The beet Lo\\ ; 1mfIJeltd ltl Temple-28 I 22 M. R. Liddon But II

The butcher., the baker, and was held at the Zolfo Springs principal agricultural Commodities association might well do are the earner at tbe lowest .rlce dlltlorot. '. 28 8 22 Mr*. P. E. Bailey ___
r community house last Thursday and following Special a t..tIoM to t.I..u..k Blk 8 9 10 11 .2 1} I
crude oil. :
the landlord were given less by order.nEOiSTERED 14 Blk 14 Temple. Addition -

the buyer, but the dollar showed night, at which time Lee R. Miller, Pitman believes the minimum on 1. Develop reliable sources ofknownd'lgin _ -_______?__28 6 22 C, L. Peek ___ It

,I only a slight Increase In Its value of the Miller Auction Company, ad. cotton should be 20 cents a pound; adapted seed of high KMBALMKR Lots 8 Blk-----------g 18 Templea Addition 6 22 J. O. Prevatt - --

I to pay the doctor the dentist and dressed the growers.A wheat, $1 a bushel; corn, $1 a yield and quality DEWITT C. JONES Lots 128 Blk: 22 'Templea .

the barber. large attendance of growerswas bushel, and oil $1 or more a barrel. 2. Safeguard the purity and TARKBI. FLORIDA Addition _?-28 6 22 J. W Edward ___ I
r ) j to hear Mr Miller Lots 11 12 13 Blk 22: Temples -
on hand of seed de- ,
h I quality high grade aa
7 These last three were numbered Addition .. _ ______28 6 22 C. L. Peek _ _
t 4'' In the miscellaneous group which and talks were also given by directors NEWSPAPERS ARE NOT AS veloped by the Experiment Station. : Lot 1 Blk 23 Templea Addition ---- I

showed the slightest decreases and I and members of the union. SIMPLE AND DIRECT: TS I Lots 284-Blk-23_Temples js 8 22 J. L Peek __ ___ II'
4a included: street car fares, motion Every member of the union who THEY USED TO lIThe E, Notion I. hereby given that the following d."rlbe lands wIll b. sold 'I' Additionl8 S 22 T. R. L. Daugherty ___ I
pictures, medicine and expressed himself spoke of his sat- at publlo I auction on the FIRBT MONDAY IN 8EPTEMDER 1911 being' Lot 6 Bile 28 Temples Ad-

y newspapers isfaction with the method of handling modern lacks the 7th day of said. I month, before the Courthouse Door at Starke 11'n Bradturd ditionHenry O Macon _ ________ ___ I
hospital care, spectacles, laundry, newspaper I county, state. of Florida, or .0 much thereof a. will be necessary Lots 8 0 10 11 18 Blk 23 -
? telephone rates and tobacco price. berries through the union and much of the simple, direct style of to pay the amount due for taxes set opposite the same t t Temple Addition .--?fl 8 22 C. L. Peek -__ ___ 1
pledged himself to further cooperation the earlier cost of such sale and advertising. C. A. FUTChi t, Tax -iIClttr"be: Lot 13 14 Blk 23 Templ.1Addition
The high cost of living waa at Journal. Maybe the "_. __28 6 22 LoIs Peek Perryman I
its peak In June, 1920, and 1931's during the coming season. change is for the better, but there Taxes Lot 2 Blk 24 Temple Addition
and ..... T, _ __________28 8 22
drop marks the first time since Reports from the manager are times when I doubt it. An ex D..erlptlo. R. A. Owner i Cost.Corn Lots 128:I Blk 27 Temple W. R. Crosby __ I

then that prices have come more directors of the union Indicate a ample, which I got from my most 100 fe W of NE cor ofWyy Addition _______:28 8 23 Mr*. Fronle Clomons __ I
much larger volume of business pacific friend Farmer Is ot NWyW of 8E'I. ofNEy Lot 11 Ilk 27 Temple Ad- .
than half down the scale towards Murphy,
way & run 8 US tt W dltlon _ -28 8 22 B. A. Thomas ___ T
the low of 1913 on which will be handled by the organization clearly one of the most remark 100 tt N245ftEtooto Lots 4 IS 8 7 Blk 27 Temple _

the labor department bases its during the coming season. Ap- able obituary notices ever printed bell _ ______________28 .8 1:1: Enle Short _ ____ 1.11 Addition _ ,__.__28 8 22 C. L. Peek _ _ 7
been All NW44 at SEy. 8 at Call All Blk: 29 ex lot 14 Peek1
comparisons. plications have already re- and was published in the Sullivan 8t. _ _ ____h -____25 I 13 Eo D. Card _______ .n.88 Addition -. -____._28 8 '22 C. L. & J. L. Peek -.I I:
Though a decline Is being registered ceived from a number of growers cdunty (N. Y.) Review 20 years Com on N line of NW44 of All Rile 80 (13 lots) Peek1

in rents and the miscellan- who were not members last year, I ago from its Montela (Ulster county 8044&. run on S E 0"side said. Church St 1711 St.It All Addition Hlk SI _(4_lot_ -)--Peek'----_.)_28 8 22 C. L. A J. L. Peek .. It

neous these show an Increase and all Indications point to a suc- ) correspondent. It Is as follows E210ftH575ftW210tt : Addition _______
group 28 8 22
--- C. L. A J. L. Peek !
cessful season ahead. Arrange to bell _ _ __ __ __18 I U E. IL Smith _____ 111.04 All Bile 82 (13 lot) ee's
of 0.3 and 2.6 per cent, respectively : 8A In NW oorofN44of
s In the 11 years since ments have been made for pro- "Sam Lodbell Is dead< Some days SW", of NW" _28 I U Gee H. Well.r ______ 8.11 All Addition Blk 83 -(14_ _lot--) -Peek'-----.-28 6 22 C.' L. A J. L. Peek -- --

1920. cooling the berries at Zolfo Springs ago he was stricken with poisoning Lot.Town 1 I_ II_ _7 _131k-I--o_____:I___;?_g_28 I II-D. C. Jones _______ 14.14 Lots Addition 23461780101213 28 6 22 Cv L. & J. L. Peek .-

Since the peak 11 years ago and all cars moving from that from a wound In the neck while Lots 5 7 Bile 18 OriginalTown a
_ _ ___________28 II 2:1: 14 of Bile 84 Peek'a add .2'1 I 22 C. L. &: J. L. Peek __
clothing shows a decrease of 49.2 point will bj precooled before mov- fighting with his wife when he was Com 811 I-I tt W of SE cor J. C. Hunt ___________ 40.01 Lots 1267 10 Blk SI ,

per cent;; food 40 per cent, house ing.Mr. drunk.. Doctors Grindle, of Eureka ot lot T Blk 17 &. run N .' Lots Peek'34588 Addition Blk 85_Peek'28 6' 22 -, C, L &: -J. L. Peek 1

furnishing goods, SB.0 per cent :Miller spoke optimistically and Butt, of Claryvllle, .were in attendance to 1011 Call ft W301.3ftS105ft 8t xi 80 .8f to Addition _ ________.28 6 22: F L.. Turner ___ 7

and fuel and light, 3.8 per cent. regarding the outlook for the com- but despite their utmost beg Original I Town -_--Z8 II 2:1: 'Mr. P. O. Maddox __ 1511.20 Lot 9 Blk 85 Peek' Addle
Labor department figures were ing season. Referring to the large efforts the poison until Corn at N W COV' Call tlon _ __________28 6 22 Mamie. M. Ostruse __ 2
spread as a Walnut streets & run Won Lots 7 8 II&: WV4 lot 10 ,
based on prices obtained from Dl crop marketed by the Louisiana last resort they used the knife. The Call street HO-ft I In. Bile 88 Peek' Addition _._28 6 22 C. L. & J. 1... Peek I

cities on food and from 32 citieson growers the past season at a very operation was of no avail, however to a pt ot beg. thence N Fred lots of BIke A A B '
he stated that if ,I 1011 ft W 16 tt 8 ,105.ft Peek'a Addition _ _28 9 19 C. L. & J. L. Peek .- .1
the remaining groups. Each satisfactory price, and now he ain't here any more. E 18 tt to beg __-_____28 II II-D. E. Knllfbt. ______ 10.89 Lots 1 2 1 12 Blk B Rl- .
was weighed according to Its I Florida growers would put up a "Sam was a unique character. One house &. lot In Blk 18 Ingr'a Addition _ _28 6 23 :Mr. Cella Carter _. ._
known Starke House Lots 46011 Blk B Rlalnr'a
i Importance in the family budget I first class pack of good quality Only once In a generation !ia a i iu.t) 1 and' compared with an index number berries he believed safe In saying community pestered with such a by C. L. Peek S by River Lots 5 10 Blk I B Rlelnr'-

J., B. .' Addition ____28 ____ I
that they should realize as good A Eby lot of 8 II-D. C. Jones u u
computed on prices In 1913, last season's human viper such a moral ; he Futch __-_______28 8 23 D. H. Knight __ __ __ 8560 LoT T 8 Blk B RlnlnaAd-

of 100. prices this year as for was the unsolved conundrum, Residence lot on W side Blk dition ____? __28 8 22 John A. Curtis n______ 4
The Index number in June, 1931, berries. 'What Is he good for?' His 18 bounded N by Call St Lots 1 2 Blk C Rising' Addition -
only House A W. ________.28 4
E Starke
Both Mr. Miller and the other by - a 22 J. C. Poppell -
was 180.3, a drop from 160.7 in virtue was the stability of his un- H. River S by Madison .eSt Lot I 4 1Blk C Risings "

December, 1930, and the lowest speakers emphasized the necessity repentance. Booze-fighter, liar W by Court St ... iota .. Addition .. .__ 28 8 22: .L. Morgan ___ t
for continuing rigid Inspection of In NW cor .old to J. B. Lot 10 11 14 Blk'C
figure since December, 1917, whenIt wife-beater, chicken thief, egg Davis & Long A Richard Rising/ 1dlt 0 _ _28 8 22 John A. Curtis _ I
was 142.4.Simple berries In order to Insure good stealer, dope fiend, profane and vile A ex lot cold to Clara I> All Blk OHIJKLRie-

averages of actual sell prices. It was announced that this of speech to the Peek _ _ __ _-_78 I 23 -- Co I. Peek _ ;:.__ 3.10 Ing'a Addition ___28 8 22 Oeo. H. Weller -----1 II
point of nausea, W 81 ft lot 14 Bile 19 Lot. 18887 Blk 1 Wynn'
1 ing prices showed that the retail ] year two grades of berries will be he was the trade-mark of sin, the orlg town _ __________18 I aa Bradford County Bank __188.1\0 Addition _ __________28 6 22 R F. Demoreet ______ 21
cost of various articles of food in loaded, those passing Inspection as sentinel B 2H4 ft of WH lot* 14 Bile Lot 4 Bile 1 Wynn'. Addi
marked emblem of vice, with no 19 Original 'Town _____28 5 II D, C. Jones 4.aO ----------3$ 22 W. E. Daug-herty ___ I
,\ the country had declined 20.1 first grade berries will be crime-but -: LoU 8 9 10 Blk
pert work beyond his ca Lot 8 .'1 N 10V4'," ft ot Blk 20 1 -WyniT:!
cent since last June. number ones and receive full price pacity. He was Original Town __-_-28 6 II BonIta E. Jones __ 18.411 Addition - ___1____28 I 22 R. 1"". Demoreet __- I
that even worse, but he Lot. .S. 8 Blk 22 OriginalBlk" Lot 4 Blk I Wynn':! Addition
when the car la sold; berries has gone hence and Is never our Town ____ 28 I 1:1: D. C. Jones '_18.80 .. _ ___ _____28Prncl 6 22 Marie Laione _ _- 'II
Females Bid Fair are marketable but not strictly inclination to kick Lot. I 87 Original lots H.,* F Blk 2
first claaa will be marked number Is down. a man when he Town _ ___________2 8BH I .2 Unknown _ __ 8.411 WynnAddition _ __28 8 22 R. F. Demoreet ___--- I
To Outnumber Males of lot 136Ilk: 81 Com on E side Walnut St
,a twos and sell for two cents less "Yet at his death his proverbial Original Town _ ___28 I I' O. C. Sweat elk 81.tera 1.89 at NW cor Baptist parsonage .
than the number ones. It Is expected Lot 2 4 6& WVj lots 1 S I. lot A: run El 210 ft
Census Riirmin Count Reveals That was with him. He goes below ex 70x70 ft In NW oor _X8 I U O. C. &. 8. E. Sweat 411.88 N 70 ft W 210 ft to Wal-
that this discrimination will
just as the whitening frosts and Beg 80 ft S of NE cor otHlk nut St thence S: on said Bt
the Female Population In In- help raise the standard of the pack,, chilling winds 29 a* extended on to beg .___, __ __ __-38 I 22 D. E. Knight __-- 18
are ushering In a Bn-ey'. map A run 8 91
cremtliig More Rapidly Than the Mr. Miller spoke of the efforts to long and tedious ft W 80 ft N 81 ft 1. 80 ft One lot of land bounded El '

Mule. get lower express rates for Flor- good who are left.season As was for often the Beg to beg 80 ft_ S- _of__NE_-_cor-____of.28 I II A. W. Anderson _ __ 18.19 St by W Temps by Sanderson Ave 8: by Pratt Lane '

ida and expressed the hope that N by land of N. T. Rltoh _
1.. A female population Increasing the case when In life and In Jail, he Blk 29 a* extended S on 91f etc, 1 lot 100 ft square In28 I UE.. W. Hayes _ ___ 7
they would be successful! getting I Knsey' map &: run
will keep warm and comfortable at 80ftN91ftx50It SB3 cor _ ___________
more rapidly than the male revealed t W
s i', was lower rates this season. others expense. Well, so long Sam, I to beg. (1929 taxes) ___28 I II A. W. Anderson ::-___ 18.110 One by lot Bile of 81 land original bounded Town N
today by the census bureau. '
Mr. Miller was followed by Mr. and Lot 2 Blk: at J. M. John
+ Whereas in 1920 there 104 so long aa it Is long good I Addition _ __,.0" II Mary B. Moloney E&8byIcy&wby II
were T.ID _
Hendon of the Tom _
same organization, luck. Lot ft II Blk 82 J. M. John pon 8t -. _--18 8 22 R. M. Sparkman --
l men and boys to each 100 women who Information and I Addition.1S I II One lot los ft In SD cor
some R. \
gave :I might add that Mr. Spa1'kmaQ __ 4.11 of 8W> of sW __ _ 1One
4 28
w and girla, that sex ratio now standsat Murphy Lot 1367 Blk 82 ;.. M. 74 S 22 B. W. Drlg-g-er --
made a plea for support of Mr denies he was the Montela correspondent John Addition _ _____28 I 13 John R. McKinley U.DII lot UI ft by 105 ft In
19J.B. Miller In raising the standard of of the Lot 8 Blk 84 J. M. John NE cor of lot living; 220 ft
Even In virile Nevada, which Florida strawberries. Sullivan County Re- Addition _ -1. II O. H. InmaQ 1:1.17: S of Madlann .t & bounded
marketing view 20 years ago.- John O'Ren In Lot 18 Blk 86 J. M. John e N by Edward E] by I
t had a rugged ration of 1484 men Manager It. A. Licht reported the Baltimore Sun. i _ ,__ 14 8 II -_ A. W.'And.uon _ 10." Sanders St ___ ._._28 I 22 Henry O. Mason -- -- -
Lots li Hlti John Ben at NW oar Bay A Mad-
to each 100 women ten years ago something over $30,000 worth of 2 27 J. M. loon .
18 I I' sts A run N 105 ft
Addition D. C. Jones _
the males now outnumbered by berries handled by the union last With the school Lot 45Slit1LT.&Co' II." W 830 ft to Broadway St

only 140.3 to 100. No other states season, with prospects of nearly parents season should rapidlyapproaching be Interested Addition .. ______18 I II 3. W. Edwards 18.10Lot Madison B on laid. fit 8t thence 105 ft El on to '. '

even approximated the Nevada 7 Blk 1 L. T. A Co,.* aid St 802 Edward 11
double that for the coming season. In ft to beg _28 8 22 Mr*. Josephine
good school lunches. Addition _ .: .___28 I .3 Co L. Pak 1,48
proponderance, though Wyomingwith -Wauchula Advocate. The state home demonstration Lot 6 Bile IL. T. A Co.'. Com 52M ft W of NW cor '".
de- Call
123.8 and Montana Addition _____. .1 12 0. W. Sn.ll.rove of A Bay St. A run '
with 120
partment baa a bulletin which will Blk 8711 L. T. A Co.** .. N 120 ft to land of A. L. '. r ,'
brought echoes of the days when __ -18 I 23 Alvar.. thence Will ft ... ,
Addition C. L .P..k
prove helpful. Write and ask for - h.. .... It.n .
WOMEN TELL CLUBSOF 14 8 815 rt to Call Bt thence .
.: ,
the plains chiefly heard the Lot 8 Bile L. T. A Co./, \c. :
cow- THINGS LEARNEDAT bulletin 49, or ask the home demonstration Addition . -____IS I II Annie May Bennett 11. E]> on Call at 113 ft to ber/! :, _,_ .
boy sing to restless herds. 01 also lot of land bounded -
{ agent for it. Lot 10 Bile 14 L. T. A Co.'s "ti ;
Back In 1880 Montana had 2 8.8 FARMERS' WEEK Addition _ .... . .26 S 18 Verna Lamb Johns _,,1101 Alvarea E by Edward W by N by A. I_ \,J'
Lot 6478 Bile 14 L. T.&Co.'s Broadway
'males to each 100 8t A S by Mr.. '
Wyom- Addition IS I II Humphery :
- ----- Unknown _ _ u
' ing had 213 and Neveda 207.5. Plant City, Fla.-Senior home Lot. 4 1I 7 8 9 10 11 BlkLot .4..0 .A Mr. Mitchell *. __18 I '12 W. M. Edwards _ -
demonstration club members from f L. Addition.IS S 2I R. :F. Demoreet One lot of land 2S2 ft N A.
The District: of Columbia at the 4 P'SLIt'L T. .A Co.** 11.01 8 by 210 ft E) .A W bounded

other end of the scale, had but 90.9 the eastern part of HlUaborough Addition _ ________-,88LQt I 32 Mrs. E., ,.....;:.. 8,31 N by Pratt St. .A EJ by '._ IL
,MI, county are making reports of the 8 10 11 Blk 19 L. T. Sanderaon Lane _ _2S I .1 .r'W Harr.ll _
men to each 100 women. Massachusetts -, things they learned and heard at A Co.'* Addition _ __28 I 33 Livingston Truby i coi.. 1.18 One lot fronting on Broadway
1 ; had D51; Rhode Island Blk. 10 11 23 L. T. A. Co.. 8t bounded K by old
85.2. Women outnumbered men In Farmers' Week at the College of Addition _ ____28 I II' C. L. peek __ __ __._ 11.80 county jail a: by land 1C.
according to Miss Mo- Lot 3468715101118Blk L. John known a. KachIhfarp IJ
n9 eleven as against seven states Agriculture, 24 L. T. Co.. Ad- lace ______ ____III 8 22 Robt. P. Jones _-
telle Madole home demonstration _ ___ _.___.18 I Lot 1 i
the District of Columbia dltlon. 13 Co L. P.ek III Bile 2 City Park 1!
jy7 counting agent While in Gainesville torFarmen' Lot 1 t IS of Blk 24 L. T. Sub Division _ ___III I II H. B. Wiggins _---'
y In the last census. New Hampshire, Co.'. Addition _ ___.$3 I II Unknown _ 7,29 Lot 4 Bile I City Park Sub l>
Connecticut Tennessee and Louls- Week, the members of Lot 8 II 10 ilk 2S L. T. .. Division _ __ -___28 I 22 Walter J. Redman _
each club attended as many different Co' Addition _-____.28 I II Livingston Truby Co. I.U Lot BIle I City:! Park Sub I'-
.lana were added to a list which already , Lot 4 1\ Bile 27 L. T. A Co.* Division _ ___ ____ _
Included Massachusetts, programs as possible, and they Greatest Fire in Addition ? ________S I 31 A.. Starling _ 14.14 Lot. 8 9 nik 2 City?Park 3g I II B. W. 'Miller f

are reporting on them at regular Lot 17 Blk 27 L. "1'. A Co.* Sub Dlrl.lon _ ____III 8 22 Mr. B. K. Ferryman -
V Rhode Island, District of Columbia, meetings of their clubs now. American Historyl Addition _ _. _.._____..28 I II 8. 3. Coleman __,_.___._ 1./1 Lot 1 Bile 4 City Park Sub '
North Carolina, South Carolina,. Blk 80 ex lot S L. T. A Co.', ? Division _ ___ 1* 8 22 Prank A. Bwey -.- t'l
Addition __ _1$ I II Lot 13 14 19 20 R7N.
g - -- -- Co L. Pak I >
Georgia and Alabama. .... C..wb.1sy. a_dt..I. 12 IS 14 Blk 81 L 13,11 Do..llnll" -'
Lot. 13 Addition _IS I 21 R. 1"". Z>*m ret .:;---
.. ... ....
i, O However, there were 1,490,114 INCREASE: ) PLANTINGS es4..r.tis. ... T. A Co.'. Addition ____18WH I II Co L P..k _ .. BHO 89 SO II 35 If
ags.ld .... aSka I......... w Blk 4 I. T. A Co.'. Suit II * N- Dowling'. Addltlon
a i more males than females In the ETCH AND AUSTR.11N1'EAI3 wtkpA..1 1- N ... ,__ _____ 1 _" .. \
_ Bit I I' Rosa Cox _ _ _______ I II _' R. 1". ttemore.t -
122,775,046 population of the entire WILL BE MADE It...l aal0oe0.o9..4.y.e..s -fly Lolit Blk 1 Lot I .A 4 T Bile 1 Oa.kln'' .Addition __d5 I U Edward Burn8 .w- tV
.. .. .. ...... Lots -
t' i United States. !- awe h -. SLot4Silk 111.T.iCo.'s. T ,s S 10 In Everly':! .
y" .sa.M W ...... N .... -a- Sub Dlvl.lon _ _.? ?.. 28 I I. Livingston Truby .. Co._ ..... 0 ul_ 22 R. It. Btufcer ----""
Butler .. 1I-1i
}. The native white population of Lake Fla. Because s-s..5 t tttep.r.4n Lot t Blk 11 L. T. A Co.* and 9 leu. H'ToTt*

iN: native white parentage included corn following winter crops of .....s..41'.s44. ...._Joe_ Sub Division _ ______*... I 11 Z..le Short __ 1.11 of 8E4 half! of acre 8&K In!.NBJ.. El coP 29

,;',.' 48.010.145 males and 37,487,655 vetch and peas ha shown up *o ::-';;: ".se nt5Uaa:" W flub>, Blk Division 12 L._T_,_A_Co.____*IS I 83 Ella K 1tb.... _ .... It - .__U 8 22 0 C. Sweat I
I females a 101.1 ratio. comparedwith well this summer, the number of ' '" : : Lot 1 Blk IS T. A Co.* 214 acre In BHW! of SBH! 4
a 101.7 ratio ten acre to be planted to hairy vetch ..... rrit Y.. Sub Division. : _.x.21 I II Epbralll Thomas _ _ 1.41 1 acre In NE\4\ of Sb*
year ago.The MsS.1y..M.s.r.tMHAROLD known
= Lot 1 I Bile 16 .A El 86 ft the Blltcla
;, negro population comprised and Auatraip pea) In Union and lots S .A 4 Bile 16 lots 1 I Place - --_-_ / I 22 H. A. Hooper _
and B SS ft lot. I .A 4 Blk 11.7 acres land bounded m
f 6,855,669 males and 6.035,574 females Bradford counties will be greatly; C. WALL 14 LT.iCa's8ubD1vislon .y Butch Plac. 8 by. By

or 97 male per 100 female, Increased this) fall reports County _ ea 1 13 .ADnle Mach Coleman IT." W by StueH .y Jf 4
i 1s. as compared with 99.2 In 1920. Agent Li. T. Dyer. Both adult All Blk 14 ..'T. A Co.. set TrUll 9 line of JEH! of 8m't18 4 22 Bert Bogart _
Dlvt.lo. 11 I I3 vl.g.toa.. i Ca U4 I. 8W ear of aau!! *f
-- -- farmers) and 4-H club boy will Increase 811:14: .. W
Lo*e I A 4 BiTiT L. '7:'. or 8814 .' aA ..
Brine prtng' pullets Into laying their planting of these winter STARKK.: FLORIDA C*.*. Cab n&ortet.1I __21 S II A.. 0. Jenkins U4 I 1f.IJ14 I. -NW'- __ J9 S 22 Mra. T. Torre.lla -
.f BES( of
by October. U pou1bl. crops for soil Improvement. "fts-A'A/0-! 81114 .. I A
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\1'. StPTEJ\lBF..R! __4, 193j__ ________ _. ____BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH 8TARKE.! FLORIDA __________PAGE_SEVEN_
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1 other causes. Recently a few commercial the fact remains that this work Is I To eases. ford County Florida to-wlti I September, A. D. 131,

I quail breeders have en- still a somewhat Shippers Urged ------------1 sag. lal ft. W ek. 181 8-10 ft N I Dated this Bth day of August A.
HOUSEWIVES uncertain and expensive -: Handle 'With from Southeast cor. of "Section 19 A l D. 1931. ,,4
SLNTS tered the field. business, and few Hogs of port run N 118 ft E 420 ft S 111 ft W 410 Q. W. ALDERMAN
have yet ft to beg In Southeast. quarter of (Seal ( ,
Home DemonBtra- One of the first methods used succeeded in rearing good sound' Care, Avoid Loss nursery inspection grove Southeast quarter Section 10 Typ. T II Dradtord unty Florida,

kly from Tallahasseel'VG1N0 In quail rearing was the so-called birds In quantity for less I spectlon, drastic salary reductions, South Itanite It Bait. 1-1."-.-4.NoriCBi.
on Specll1l1st, "bantam system" in which eggs to four dollars each. This high coat I Gainesville, Fla. - Handle hogs have been made. In keeping with under The the assuHBmont aald certificate,of an' innaedwas: of APPI.I""TIO.FOR< -

produced by captive quail are incubated Is due to the large amount and properly at shipping time and the Intent of the legislature to cur- In the name of L* II. Bedenbauch.Unless TAX DEED

avoid losses tail exppenditures, these reduc- said certificate shall be redeemed Notice I. that Cecil
and hatched by bantam kind of equipment from deeds crtnples, hereby given
that according; to law, tax deed
COSTUMEe seems es R. Moore, holder of tax certificateNo
TIIE hens who also act foster and bruised animals, W. J. tions have been accepted gracefully will Issue the 14th
as mothers sential and to the amount of Labor says thereon on day 861.1 the 6th dRY of August. A.
to the young quail until they required In Sheely extension agent In animal by the board's employees who of September. A. D. 191. D. 128: has flied said certificateIn
and properly caring Dated this 11th day of August A. I
of a beautiful to Florida raisers will In future as In the past con ,. my oft Ice and mad applicationfor
reach an of six husbandry hog D.
selection age or eight weeks for the birds. As new and better 1881. tax deed to issue thereon In ac '
is a challengeman's who will marketingtheir tinue to serve the state's interests O. W. ALDERMAN, 'cordance
llng costume when they are ready for release methods are developed and knowl- soon begin with law. Said certificate
and (Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court
ability In the embrace the described
art. and hand- following
afield. The pork. Each farmers loyally efficiently
most serious disad-
y should edge increases as to how to combat year Bradford County Florida property' situated In Ilradford county.
of fitness. Dress BtandiTof vantage of this system la due to parasites and diseases this high and shippers sustain considerable ling of an ever increasing burden 8-14-61-8-11. Znnrth1210 I t

L-ura up to the accepted the fact that many bantams are cost will undoubtedly be reduced. losses from dead, bruised and NOTICE quarterof .
and Southeast quarter Section 14 Twp.
health, modesty econ- infected with diseases or parasites With Imported Mexican quail crippled hogs and practically all River Junction Chattahoocheeroad In Circuit Court Twenty-Sixth JudiciAl 7 South Range 11 K a acre 11" r'
colK'nd -
& should contain beauty In that prove deadly when transmit available in large numbers for of this can be avoided if the hogs project nearing completion. Circuit, Bradford; County, The assessment of said property:
sultabll- State of Florida. In Chancery, Under the said certificate Issued wa
design simplicity ted to the quail and transmission around two dollars each, laws in are handled carefully.Over W. K. William In the name of S. K. Trlest.

jto the person and use and geneoess la frequently difficult to avoid under many states that exertion Is one of the chief I M IITER'B! Complainant. Unless said certificate shall b* redeemed -
discourage rather
notice !. given that under v.Virginia.' according to law. tax deed 9
the crowded conditions of cap than encourage the sale and Interstate causes of loss. It Is estimated that and by virtue of that certain final M. William. will Issue thereon on the) 7th day of y

Suit Personality tlvlty. For this reason the sys- shipment of from 60 to 63 percent of bogs arriving decree of foreclosure mad by the Defendant. Septratedethis'. D. 1(11.
understand the relate even artlflcal- at destination dead have I Judge of the Twenty-Sixth Judicial It appearing by affidavit appendedto 6th day of August A.
Dne must In or- tem has been largely abandonedin ly reared quail, and the constant Circuit of Florida In and for Bradford the bill filed In the above-atated D. 1811.

te personality to clothes Georgia and Florida though danger of large losses from disease congested lungs due to over exertion County, In Chancery Till cause that the residence of Virginia O. W. ALDERMAN ,
well dressed. There to the 11th day of August A. D. M Williams, the defendant therein (Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court
to appear to all types, still extensively used from North even under the systems of rigid or pneumonia followingover In favor of a. B. Colson a* complainant named III I unknown, and that de- Bradford Connty. Florida. ,yy

no style suitable Carolina northward, less trouble sanitation, it is no wonder that exertion. and against Moyera Houghand fnnAvnt I I.. o/er the age of twenty t-T-tt-B-4. 1
are many adaptations Over-feeding Just prior to or Ethel A. Hough hi. wife *t al.der..ndanl. on. years; It 1* therefore. ordered T
there having been encountered where there are yet so few strictly com- *. that said defendant be and she
8m which to select. Is the wear freezing winter temperatures pre- mercial quail breeders. The Idea Just after loading hogs in cars is a The undersigned. a. Special Master Is hereby required. to appearto NOTICE OF TAX APPLICATION DK.IClt FOR

|conservative or extremist? U of sure way to lose hogs. Mr. Sheely will offer for sale In front of the the bill of complaint In said cause
suggest- vail.A propagating quail In captivity Courthouse door In Stark, Florida for divorce on or before. Monday the Notice i* hereby. given that Cecil
1 of the athletic type modification of the bantam for release In favorite hunting says the feed should be cut in half during the legal. hour of sale, to. 7th day of A. U. 1981 R. Moor, holder >f tax certificateNo.
or la she ex- hour of eleven A. otherwise allegations billwill 874 the 5th day of August, A.
[ mannish style; the night before the hogs are to wit between the the of said
/ has been used with ground exerts
a calling to mind system con- a very powerful appeal M. and Two P. M., on Monday the be taken a. oonfesssd by aid D. 193H: has filed said certificate In
nglY feminie siderable success on the hunting to the sportsman, however be shipped. The hogs should have 7th day of September. A. D. 11131. to defendant.It my office and mad. application for
aty ruffles and soft materials? of north Florida and and plenty of fresh water and a light the highest and bent bidder for each I* further ordered that this order tax deed to Issue thereon In accordance 1,
many attempt it who have
and foreful BO that preserves the following described' property, be published one a week for with law. Raid certificate embrace
she dashing south Georgia the bantams being neither the time required for such feeding on the morning they are situated In Bradford County. Florida four consecutive week In the Bradford the following described prop- :i
can wear striking designs and to be shipped. to-wlt: County Telegraph a newspaper arty situated In Bradford County.
i used for hatching purposes only, exacting work, nor the financial
at Northwest of i Florida, to-wit
still be a distinct per- be Beginning published In .nld county and slats.
[or and and the young quail taken from resources adequate to tide them Following are some pointers Section 26, and runningRant 435 This Aug. CTn 1(81. Southwest quarter of Northeastquarter r

jality beyond her clothes; or lat them as soon as hatched and rear over periods of failure while they suggests for hog shipper; yard theno South 440 yard theno O. W. ALDERMAN, Except 4 acre on East aid. O
and retiring? If she lary Avoid from farm went tall yard. thence North 440 I (Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court Southeast quarter of Northwest '
t quiet ed with the use of small kerosene. are acquiring experience. rough yards to point oC beginning. Also Bradford County, Florida. quarter Section 81-7-11-77 acre. G

quiet she will be entirely burning brooders, or with cock Anyone contemplating going Into to loading pen. Unload carefully, beginning at the Northwest corner B. M JOHNS.!' Stark, Fla. The assessment of :t'.I1H:1: : i
clothes that are too letting hogs walk down the chute. of Unction IS, and running East 490 Solicitor\ for Complainant. under the said tI ., wa*
ipned by quail foster parents which have quail propagating should first yards thence South 440 yard, for a l-7-5t--4. In the name of Mrs' L R. Kalch.
,king but she should weare been trapped up afield for the purpose communicate with their state Grade and weigh carefully and point of beginning and from thence Unless said certificate. shall be redeemed -
accent of color to add a little avoid getting the hogs hot. run Kant 380 yard. thence South 880 according to law tax deed ,
This latter method Is, of game commission to learn what yard* thence Went 880 yardn. thenc. NOTIQIn will Issue thereon on the 7th day of
ride, which her personality Before loading see that the car ISO lu ": 15.TtiwriMHlp Circuit Court Twenty-Sixth Judicial September A. D. 1981,
course, only practicable where can and cannot be legally done, fiorth d.1) :tlol't&n Circuit, Bradford County,
designs ; Dated this Bth of A.
there are Seven South day August
Just as Is free of loose boards, protrudingnails
ha. State of Florida. In ,
there Is a considerable surplus of should visit and study the methods Twenty (80) Kant containing 1UH Chancel D. 1K31.
every type, there are colors stock quail available. The only used in successful quail rearing or bolts and free of old or acre inora or Ion. A. D. Martin, O. W. .

Ich are particularly suited to foul bedding. Bedding of clean j. r,. FRAzmm, Complainant. Seal) Bradford of Circuit Court.
serious difficulty experienced with plants and thoroughly familiarize vs.Lucy
,Special"" Mauler.E County Florida,
which are .
undies, and the use of cock quail in rearing has themselves with the literature of sand should be provided before the M JOHNS, C. Defendant.Martin 8-7-BI-9-4.

iellent for blondes. been due to the transmission of the subject. Then If their early hogs are loaded and In hot weather Solicitor for Complainant. et-9.4. It appearing by affidavit appendedto
8 I1
Harmony Essential Intestinal enthusiasm has not waned and the sand should be wet down to the bill: filed In the abovestatedcause : NOTICH OK" AHPIirTIOV FOR ,
of good Cocctdia microscopic that the residence of Lucy C TAX UKKI ;
Another requirement parasites harmless to mature they still desire to take up this cool the hogs. Do not load hogsIn NOTICE OK APPLICATION FOR Martin the defendant. therein named Notice I I. hereby. given, that Cecil
>sa is that all the clothes which cars bedded with straw, cane TAX ItHBll' I la unknown and that defendant R. !Moor, holder of tax certificate
but the disease work, It would be wise to start In
worn at one time should ap- quail, or foul bedding of any Notice !I. hereby given, that B. D. I la over the age of twenty- No. 404 the 5th day of August A.
known as Coccidiosis In the high- a small way and enlarge the scope pomace Sapp and Martha Hupp holder of one y arf; It In therefore ordered D. 1U21. has filed said certificate In l
to belong together. Frequent- of after kind. Losses follow that said defendant on and nheis my office and mad application for
jar ly susceptible young birds. Where operations acquiring experience tax certificate No 888. the 4th day ,
I in an Impulsive moment a wom- Overloading the car is one cause of July, A. D. 1917. ha. filed held I hereby required to appearto tax deed to Issue thereon In accord \'
la however anu with law Raid certificate
sanitation employed
rigid mad the bill of complaint filed in saidcause tin
In office and
will buy an attractive becom- contributing to deads, tripe, and my I braces the described.
for divorce before Monday following prop t i
this has proved a.comparatively As a rule landowners interestedin implication for tax' deed. to Issue on or
not look well withe the' 7th of D, arty situated In Bradford County n
It day September
bat may hogs. thereon In accordance with law.
g successful method, and it is quail increase will be wise to 1931 i. otherwise the allegation of Florida, tl.wltI :'
that she has but Interested in Said certificate embraces the following -
other things Interesting to work with, for confine their activities in this line The packers are described property situated said bill will be taken a* confessedby I. Mast half of Southwest quarter. of
not think of that. Next arrive at their said Northeast quarter Section' ID, Twp 1
does having all hogs
e cock quail almost Invariably adopt, to the Improvement of food sup- In Bradford County Florida to-wlt 8 Hmith Range 11 H 80 A. ,
It I I. further ordered that this order
of shoes la pur- condi Deg at Southwest corner of Southwest -
I handsome pair foot and In good
plants on The t
!Chicks under proper conditions ply and cover and the protectionof quarter of Northeast quarter be published one a week for : llrf.t'.11..r':1:
ased They are not quite rightr tion. The railroads are desirousof four .consecutive week In the Urad under the said was
and "mother" them In a most efficient their birds from natural enemies & run East 671 1-4 ft. North 100 ft. In the name of Lee k tie
anything in the wardrobe but cutting down losses. Cooperation West 571 8-4 ft. South DOO ft. to bow ford County Telegraph, a newspaper : Unless said certificate' shall be
in tit
I manner as previously published I In said county and state. re
| are good looking.. A dress lan of shippers will help greatlyIn auction 84, Twp. 8 South Range itEust This August 4th, 1981. deemed according to law, deed
ey Some more or less successful these articles, for quail are tremendously -11 acre.The .. will Issue: thereon: on the t't. day of
basis. Q W. ALDERMAN
selected on reducing losses. assessment of Maid prop.rtyunder 'r
quail breeders have used various prolific creatures and the said certificate issuedwarn (Seal) Clark Circuit: Court. 'September"" A. D. 1931, i
a occasion soon comes when the where conditionsare As a means of helping shippers U Ar. JOHNS starke. Fla. fiated this 5th day of August A.
types of oil-burning incubators for multiply rapidly In the name of Unknown. D. 1811.
fortaighted buyer needs to wearr check on all shipments of hogs, Unless said certificate hall be redeemed Solicitor for Complainant.
brooders made especially favorable for O. W ALDKFIMAN. '
and oil-burning
hatching, 8-7-1It.9.4. 'VI
new hat, shoes, and dress. She southeastern packers have agreedto according to law tax deed (Seal) Clerk uf Circuit Court. ,
for rearing, while the latest development them. If conditions afield are not| thereon on the 14th day of Bradford County Florida
.ddenly realizes that they cannot of all consists of the' highly favorable, It in worse than render to each cooperative September A. D. 1081. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOIL 8.7'at-8./. +
and thus realizes of the Dated this llth day of August TAX
|B worn together shipping point a report con: IHOICU -
hatching of quail eggs in electrically useless to release more or less A. 1>.. 1981. Notice I t. hereby glvon that T... HOalney .
e first principle of good buying, heated incubators and rearingthe tame hand-reared quail for they dltlon of hogs on arrival. This report O. W. ALDERMAN holder of tax certificateNl KiOTICM OF KI.RCTIOV 't
d design; namely things that will show the grades and I Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court. 60 the 6th day of August, I, ir. C. ,Wall mayor of Starke,
chicks on elevated wire-bot can not reasonably be expectedto Bradford County, Fl rlda. A. D. 199h.a flied said certificateIn Florida, by virtue c>( authority vest
i to be worn together must be tomed runs with electrically heat- remain on the ground.VRUF weights, shrinkage, deads, down. S-14-BI-9-11. my office\ and made applicationfor ill In me by law do hereby call an "

rmonloua. era, trips, and Injured hogs This 1- -- tax deed to Issue thereon In accordance election to b* held at the city hall
ed brooders units, the pioneer ex- 1I with law. Raid certificate In the aforesaid city by the quail wtied
Lucy Belle Settle.TIFK'I.1L service will reveal shippers whose I NOTICIO Of APPLICATION FOR embraces voter there on Tuesday Hep
periments in this line as In the the following described ;
I the market TAX: : IIRRII temher hogs do not arrive on situated In Bradford Coun purpos i
bantam system, being carried on I Notice I I. hereby given, that Oeo.. roI'.tl1d; towltiTxits of electing 1 the following offloersi ;
\ FARM PROGRAM Iq good condition and such shippers A. A Debbie holder of tax
Oardlner One Mayor.Two .
PROPAGATION Mr. W. B. Coleman. I 1 ail 18 of Dlk 10 In Ward
by "The Voice of Florida" should by all means take stepsto certificate No. f:19.alltf: day of I, Twp. 7 South Rang Alderman,
OF QUAIL, Although methods of hatchingand AUfriixt. A. D.: I.. said Jth.a.etlon On. Clerk Treasurer and Tax Col- ,
J I correct troubles. certificate In my office and mad.n.ctwllth lector. ;
rearing differ widely, and new I The assessment of said propertyunder
application for tax' Issue One Tax Assessor
the said certificate Issued .
[During recent years a greatd and better methods are constantly Gainesville. Fla. Another Interesting PLANT BOARD WILL thereon In law the name ef P. A, Crosby. wasin On. Marshal

of Interest has developed in being developed the production of series of farm programsis CONTINUE TO PROTECT Said certificate described embrace the situatedIn following Unless said certificate shall b. redeemed Inspectors of ald election T, N.
property Kendrick
deed It. S. Humphrey F A.
according to law tax

ill few individuals have reared standardized pairs of quails as a WRUF each day next week, begin- Northweat quarter of Southeast September A D. testimony whereof. I hereunto
quarter of Southwest quarter notional 1),1.,1 this (th day of A. subscribe my name and cause the
ell) highly regarded game birds rule being confllned in runs about ning at 12 o'clock noon E. S. T. Gainesville Fla. That the : Twp. t South Rung 11 East-10 D. 1981. August seal of the said city to b* affixed ;

i considerable numbers, the most five by ten feet in size, where many Following Is the schedule: State Plant Board will continue to acre*. O. W. ALDERMAN, thl* the 4th day of August A. D. r
: The assessment of said propertyunder "".
essful being Mr. W. B. Cole- eggs are usually laid If the birds Sat. Sept. 5-Florida farm news. give the agricultural Industries of the said certificate Issued: wa (Seal) Bradford of County Circuit, Florida.Court II C. WALL '.

of Richmond, Virginia, who are properly fed and cared for. Farm science snapshots. Florida the best service and pro 'In Unions the name said of certificate Qeo. H. Welter.shall be redeemed 1-T-6t-/-4.NOTICE. Mayor of Stark, Fla. 'I

i done more than any other man Tame hand.reared quail hens have Mon., Sept. 7-Modern Trends In tection possible under the reduced according to law tax deed ii

i the development of methods for frequently produced anaverage of Beekeeping R. E. Foster. Farm appropriations made by the last ,'of will Issue thereon on the 14th day OK TAX APPLICATION IIHHU FOR MASTKn1 SALE
September A. D.
"tag them In confinement. Ate over sixty eggs each during the Reporter. legislature was Indicated In a Date this llth day of August A. Notice In hereby given, that Julia Notice I I. hereby given that under ,

> present time at least twenty season;, a very few have been Tues., Sept. 8-Control of Pumpkin statement issued recently by Dr. D. 1&81. a 171.Albert the holder eth day of tax certificate A.No.D. and decree by of virtue foreclosure of that made certain by final the
"and quail are being reared known to lay over one hundred and Bugs in Citrus and Pecan Wllmon Newell Plant Commissioner (Seal Cleric W.of Circuit Court, 1928 ha. filed said certificate In my Judge of the Twenty-Sixth Judicial

nually in captivity in the United thirty. Groves, H. E. Bratley. Farm reduced Bradford County Fla office and mad application for tax Circuit of Florida In Chancery; Sitting *
for the Board. "The Clrcult
8-14-Bt-9-ll. deed to Issue thereon In accordance In the Court: for Bradford '
tos. perhaps considerably more, Thus it will be seen that the ar- question box. appropriation," said Commis with law. Hald certificate embrace. county Florida on the Ilth day

t t no exact figures are available tlflolal propagation of quail Is still Wed., Sept. Growing Sweet "renders the following described property of July A. b. 111 In favor of TH13
sioner Newell necessarya NOTICE OK APPLICATION FOR
situated In Bradford county, Florida KF.millAL LAND HANK OF COttUMHIA -
MU1 very recently practically all In a period of rapid development Peas In Florida, W. L. Floyd. Primer curtailment of the board's Important TAX uicionNotice to-wit: a corporation, a* com

P the quail so reared have beenor but progress being made warrantsthe for town farmers. work of the I la hereby -riven, that Mr. Lot 1 and e. Blk. IS Llnooln City plulnnnt. and airalnst II J. May '
the protecting M. Ij. Watterson, holder of Tax Car.tificate Suction 3I. Twp. 6 South Rang H. M Cox his wife, J. II. cox'J ame.
purpose of release on prlale belief that ultimately quail Thurs., Sept. 10 Growth and state's agriculture against new and No. 864. the 5th day.rJ AuKust B). Ifnnnan, .a Executor of the .*tat*

hunting preserves or proM like ring-neck pheasants will be Yield of Grapefruit as Affected by dangerous Insects and plant dls- A. D. 191k/ has filed csr- The assessment of said property of Mr, llosa Is, Ilannan deceased s I
tlflcat In my office and made application under the said certificate Issued and the '
wa I.awtey National Farm ;
on state game farms asVirginia produced in tremendous numbersfor Nitrogen Dr O. C. Bryan. Farm for tax deed to Issue thereon In the name of A. J. William.. fjonn Association, a corporation lOa

> to restock coverts de- sporting purposes. In spite of Reporter. Crops Studies-J. D. Warner. In accordance with law. Said certlfIrate Unless said certificate shall b* re. defendant

h I Ieted through pubUc shooting and this encouraging outlook, however Fri. Sept. 11-Winter Cover Farm Reporter. sorThed embrace the following de- deemed according to law tax deed The undersigned a* Special Ma**
property situated In Mrs.d- will Issue thereon
the 7th
.. on clay tit tar, will offer for mil In front of
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------ = the courthouse door In
Starke, Flor,

I r.t'tTHC MAIN THING ON MAIN ST"REET---- 'BYiF.Yan Zdm I between idadurlnir the the hours legal of hour eleven of M.! '

and two o'clock P. M., on Monday,
._. ,_,,_ the 7th day of September A. D. 1031
; ail I ( 1lJ to the highest and best bidder for .
; !g 33UZ 1 fc/OODCN SflN OLD RQ cash the fnlolwlnir described e

MAW COYNU MAIN ETQ{ LEADING) NEWSPAPEQSTATUE BUT- r w Tha Mouth Ojalof; the North..tqll..rt.r l
F l / fcTATut MN GILT of the Southwest quarter

y. JkI'Now Tb t""AII'f'TI2Ii&.l:T W' and the North Half of the Southeast s
Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of
UNVEILED; "Section' Twenty-four 11411 Township
Five (5) Houth Bangs Twenty.two i
(13) Knst. C
'-\IlL' T..C C'RNO: TO\\JN ..
\\-fAll 3. I FRAZKB.
SILLS TFtE STAND J.p : = : i cL MAIiV 57 n. M. JOHWS. Y

COINE, flollrltor for Complainant. '
I'l L; Abll'fG ('jii l-7-6t-R-4.

gANI 1"l UNVEILS;; -

Hereby notice I* given that un.
A? ) Gkr, ;; :- Sep and by virtue of that certain final *

'f DONATED;; TO decree of foreclosure made by A.
MAIN 5TR6E?. V. Long Judge Pro Hao Via for the
Twenty.Blith Judicial Circuit of ;
A BEMOLDIT Id Florida In and for iradford county,
Florida In Chancery Sitting, on the
dD HIMSELc juth day of July A. D. 1081. In favor y
of Joseph R. Wilson I : a* liquidator
.. for Bradford County flank, a corporation
w a, e'o a* complainant and against 3P
John Magyar! and Mary{ Magyar I
his wife, a* defendant..
The said Special' offer
lJ for sale, In front of htr'o; : \\lh

-erM f MS tEJ.MI door In Starke, Florida, during the {
legal hour of sale between the
-= __- -- ----- hour of eleven. A. M. and Two
o'clock P. M. on Monday the 7th day
DOROTHY DARNIT By Charles Mcivianus of September A. D. 1881 tn the
I T highest and best bidder for cash, the
following described property, sltuat. f

.d In Bradford County Florida, l> ;

7* Ev\rJcEa MATTE TOMgTO ? 01 (} oNBS with The: North Half of the East Ha
? ( 'Y': ..VS/HrVTS/ THE A o.'TO.a ( t3 of the Southeast quarter of BectU

HERE \ H11IDAMQER' 1 WITH HIS HEAP" I W TOO NY SOFT TOOAe1AGETW' WAti I N A Thirty-four (34), Township Six \ J-J South Mange Twenty-Two (lU E.> 14
wHY THE except therefrom. Five (II) acres In I
? HIT T WAY. the form of a square In the South-
AUNT MyRAI NE KNoj ...t Corn.r.
I 0. M. JOHNS Special Master.

Rnllettor for Complainant.


Nolle I* hereby given that all
w creditor. legatee., distributee.
and all persons having claim
against' the estate of Enoch Qrirris,
deceased ar. hereby required to r"
r present their claims, duly authentl- '
I t1w. sated to the Hon. Oo A. Uardln...,
nounty judge of Bradford
Florida. for bee approval ltrnu'on"

rear from date hereof, or this no-
rice will be held In bar thereto. And
ill persons Indebted to said estate ,
are requested to pay their said debt.
forthwith to the undersigned. 1I
Till and day of July A Il l1t.
. - --- e. e." 00\ Administratrix, Estate of Enoch ,
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Crop improvement 3. Supervise, multiply and distribute 1- De.crSptio. .- T. n. A. Otraer .t1

Farmers all such seed to the bee It
Facing Idea For LoU I S or Ett of Blk S3 L.T .
advantage. Co' Sub I>lTllon.18 .6 S3 Lllli '
FARM NEWS SECTION Lot S :But 88 L. T. Co.'* Sanders .. ... :i C
tn -
State Is Suggested r 4. Encourage and protect '
Grave Problem grower of high grade seed. Lot 1 3 or EH Blk S3 L. Cumminr _ 2'Sub
farmers buying see*I T. Co.1 Sub. Dlv. __18 6 S3 Sam Tyson
5. BS"Blk
34L .
ota LOtsi&Sor -
Gainesville Fla. The '
Conducted By crop Improvement association to;, by maintaining an Inspection seri T. A Co.'* Sub Div' ____tt t 83 Sam Tyaoti _
L0t5S&40rW34Hlk54 -
I_ T. DYER County Agent The distress of the agricultural help secure, produce, and maintaina I vice for certifying seed of L T. Co.'. Sub Dlv __.It 6 13Blka Lulu Duhart '_ I

:MISS PEARL JORDAN, Home Demonstration Agent Industry has revived oed and supply of good seed, was presented .quality. 37 & 88 L. T. & Co.'* - _
6. Emphasize and demonstrate S Sub DivisIon ____ !!$ 6 S3
Hk4 - -- A. O.
brought new farm relief and Jenkins
proposalsto farmers
to Florida
and value of purebred .- m% Bile 4ft L. T. A Co.'sSub -
the attention of official Wash- assistant, the Importance '-
growers by Fred H. Hull, Division ------$8 6 82 Billy Brown
seed to the farmers, and foster Lots 1 4 Blk 41 - _
ZOLFO BERRY ington. '
agronomist at the Florida Experiment _
and general use Sub Dlvlalon -- -- -- -__IS 6 12 James
Cost of the production E.
Living GROWERS HEAR Bumper crops, existing surpluses Station, in a recent radio ad- Lots 1 2 Bile 42 1* T. Co.'* .. Fral1kll __
j of "certified" seed. ______18 '
low prices, lack of demand and dress over WRITF. Sub Division - 6 23 John William
MILLER Lot S Blk 42 L. T. Co.'*
1% markets, scarcity of credit, mort- Mr. Hull called attention to the '- Sub Division _______18 6 S3EH Julius "_
81 building
1 Hits The LovestMark gages and upald bills, drought and fact that Florida Is one of the Miami Beach total permits Blk 4.1 I. T. A Co.'. - -
issued'bere during July
Union EtA: to Ship Twice The grasshoppers have Increased thefarmer's largest importers of seed, and that, Hub'Dlvlslnn --------.2' $ 8 S3 Lura Whitmore
L. T. Co. ,
; ing 257,000. Lot 8 :Rlk 43 - _
Volume of Lust Year problem. with no seed inspection service or than 200 cart Sub Division - ______28 6 S3 Hoover Bro
With congress convening In December crop improvement association, the Dover More Blk 44 L. T. & Co.'. Sub. - __
Since War and fruit and vegetables shipped from: Dlvl-lon. - _______-__IS 6 S3NH "-. O. Jenkins
Ilurdee Farmers Will Try New a presidential election pnly assurance growers have of obtaining to recent date. Blk 45 !_ T. Co.'a - '_
this !
Strawberry next year, situation grows more pun, clean good quality point up Sub Division - _____!8 6 S3 H. Q. Pig-ford
; Orlando Florida Poultry Cooperative T. & Co.' . .
Lot 4 Blk 411 L. _
complex as debate seed is the of the dealers. t
revolving Integrity Co. organized here re flub Dlvlalon _______.18 6 S3fl Livingston
SU Month Show Quickest Dry In Just now Hardee county farmersare around the farm board, stimulates, While most dealers are selling pure % lot 2 Blk 48 L. T. & Co.'. Trub- & C 0._ I

Decade Food Bill Lend 1 busy setting strawberry plants discussions on the equalization fee seed, there Is need for the develop- cently. Sub Dlvlalon _ _________18 6 S3 Jim English ..
Lots B 8 Blk C. N. J. Jones _
Plant Paving on
for the fall and winter crop, and and the export debenture plane and ment of varieties and strains of City StabI Addition ----------18 6 S3 A. K. I

The cost .of living stands at its It Is understood several will try the price freezing propositions. crops particularly suited to the Road No. 17 between this Lota S 4 BIle 1 Temples Addition CarantiasMr '_11

'4 lowet figure since 1918. Blakemore strawberry on a small I The American farm bureau federation Florida climate.Mr. county line completed. % Lot 1 8 BIle---------------1 I Temples. Ad- $ 6' S3 *. Q. M. tnman "*-*It I

Department of labor figures scale. The old Missionary will remain yesterday termed present Hull reviewed the work the Largo Construction of packing dltlon .. _. ____________18 6 S3 D. E. Knight
Atlantic CoastLine t Lot S Blk S Addition --____
show that It dropped farther In the favorlate,. however. farm legislation Inadequate and reaffirmed Experiment Station is doing in plant east of --Temple.__________28 .6 23 '-- Mrs. Cella .11

the first half of 1931 than in any The Blakemore Is a cross be- Its faith in the equalization breeding and selecting crops and Railroad tracks, progressing Lot 4 B Blk 3 Temples Addition Carter" ..-_11

I fee. In contrast rapidly. - ____________ss t aa D. E. Knight
flf ; six: : months for a decade. tween the Missionary and Premier, the national developing strains especially1 Lota 1284 Blk 8 Temples .

I Food prices led In the general Is uniform in size and slightly grange Is again advocating the export adapted to Florida. However, Marianna New cotton gin in I Addition. - ---____18 .8 S3 D. E. Knight ___-- IIU

tumble that left its mark on every; blunt, with broad shoulders and a debenture. when such strains are developed operation. Fracl Blk 6 Temples Addition _

_ _______-, __
group of items in the family bud slight neck. It ripens uniformlyand Senator Nye, Republican,.North It will be desirable for some organization Lot 345 Blk 7 Temples_ 18 6 23 -, C L. Peek .._ I

i ia bright red and glossy. It Dakota, wants the government to such as a crop Improvement Addition _ ---------18 8 23 ,- C. L. Peek .
get.Since ___
I the turn of the year prices ships well and is said to yield, engage In a program of price-fix- association, to take COFFINS & CASKETS Lot 8 7 Bile 7 Temple Addition I
I --------------2$ 6 S3
ic ; :{ decline 13.8 per cent in the food slightly more and is earlier than ing for two or three years and has up the task of seeing that the And.a Full Line of N 10 ft 5 in lot 6 & all lots E. W. Hayes .-_

I group; six per cent in house fur tho Missionary.A recommended a debt holiday for strains are kept pure, that the < 7 Blk 9 Temple. Addition '

nlshlngs 0.5 per cent In fuel and farmers. Representatives Wright, I seed are certified, and that proper Undertakers' Supplies Fran Blk- _10_ A_ Temple---_____Addition ___-18 1 33 -- D. B. Knight ---_?

light 4.6 cent in clothing 3.1 Pitman, Democrat Texas distribution ia of them. _
per baa urged given 28 6 23
- -. ------- -- C. L. Peek __ __ _
: _
t per cent In rent and 0.7 per cent special meeting of the Zolfo President Hoover to call a spe- Among the things which Mr. AUTOMOBILE! IIEAR8H Lot 1S84B871814 Elk _

I in the mlscellaneuos group. Springs Strawberry Growers Union cial session to set a minimum priceon Hull believes a corp improvement Always .. H.... The beatrle Lots 11 Temple 11 12 BIle Addition 11 Temple_ ___28 .6 23 M. R. Liddon Est -- -_MMr

/ The butcher,. the baker, and was held at the Zolfo Springs principal agricultural commodities association might well do are the at the l_>- .*t prlea.Special ltlorot89 ------ l-li28 6 23 *. P. E. Bailey _
community house last Thursday attention to tlirr- Blk 13 10 11 I
the landlord less and
were given by : oil. following: 14 Blk 14 Temple Addition

the buyer, but the dollar showed night, at which time Lee R. Miner, Pitman believes the minimum on 1. Develop reliable sources of ordersREGIsTERED -------_____28 6 S3 C, L. Peek __.
, only a slight increase In Its value of the Miller Auction Company, ad- cotton should be 20 known-drlgln seed of high BMBALMRR Lot. 3 Blk 18 Temples Addition --- -->-H
cents adapted
a pound; ___________18 6 S3 J. O. Prevatt
1 to pay the doctor, the dentist and dressed the growers.A wheat, $1 a bushel; corn, $1 a yield and quality. DEWITT C. JONES Lots 138 Blk 22 Temple --

q the barber. large attendance of growers bushel, and oil $1 or more a barrel. 2. Safeguard -the purity and BTAHKIB. FLORID Addition _ _. _____28 6 S3 J. W. Edwards _._ tI I
; was on hand to hear Mr. Miller Lot. 11 IS IS BIle 23 Temples -
; These last three were numberedIn of seed de-
S quality high grade as
Addition _ ____
_18 6 S3
C. L.
Peek _.
4 "i In the miscellaneous group which and talks were also given by dIrectors NEWSPAPERS ARE NOT AS veloned.. bv the Exneriment. Station. ,. Lot 1 Blk 23 Temple Addition --"'- I I

showed the slightest decreases and and members of the union. SIMPLE ANI DIRECT TS .. - -_____ -______28 t. aa J. L. Peek .. 1 I
.-. Q I, I Every member of the union who NOTICE! Lots 834 Blk S3 Temple -
included street fares motion
TO BE I. that Addition 28 6 22 T. R. L
the Bold
Notice hereby given following; deacrlbed land will be -- Daugherty ..._ f
xcressecl himself spoke of his satisfaction
pictures, newspapers, medicine and at publlo I -auction on th* FIRST MONDAY IN SEPTEMBIOR,1)at: It being Lot 6 Blk STempi'A -

hospital care, spectacles, laundry, with the method of hand- The modern newspaper lacks the 7th day of Bald I month, before the Courthouse Door at stark In Bradford Lots dltlon 8 9_ JO_ _ft_ -11-__Blk..____13_ G. Mason _ _On__ _ ___ 1
county State of Florida, or *o much thereof a* will be neceaaaryto
telephone rates and tobacco price, .' ling berries through the union and much of the simple, direct style of pay the amount due for taxes set opposite the name together with tiucost Temple Addition _ _28 8 23 ,- C. L. Peek __ 1
The high cost of living was at pledged himself to further cooperation the earlier journal. the of such sale and advertlalnr. C. A. FUTCll, Tax Collector.Sec. Lot 1:4: 14 Ulk 23 Temple
Addition _ _.__ _____28 0 22 Lois Peek
Its peak In June, 1920, and 1931'a during the coming season. change is for the better but there Tax. Lot 3 :Blk 34 Temple Ad .. Perryman |

drop marks the first time since Reports from the manager and are times when I doubt It. An example DescriptIoit T. Si.. A. Owner Vomtm Lot dition 128_ _Bile_ _:27___________28 II 22 W. R. Crosby ._ I
then that prices have come more directors of the union indicate a which I from Addition _ _____ __
got my most Com 100 fe W of NB cor of _28 < 33 - Mr*. Fronle Clemona T
than halt way down the scale towards much larger volume of business pacific friend,' Farmer Murphy. Is Wft of NWW of SEVi: of Lot 11 Dlk 27 Temples Addition .
8 ft W _, _ _______28 6 S3
will be handled by the organization NE'/t & run 245 B. A Thomas ._ j
the low of 1913, on which clearly one of the most Lot
remark 100 ft N 245 ft B 100 to 4 B 8 7 Blk 27 Temples

the labor department bases Its during the coming season. Applications able obituary notices ever printedand beg _ .. ______" 28 8 22 Es.le Short _ _____ ..11 I Addition _ -----____28 6 82 C. L. Peek . __._ T
have already been re- All NW% of SEV, S Tf12Com All Blk- 29 ex lot 14 Peek'
comparisons. was published In the Sullivan Bt. _ __ I 22 E. D. Card .n ____ 46.88I Addition _ -_,______28 6 23S3 C. L. & J. L. Peek ___
Though a decline Is being registered celved from a number of growers co-unty (N. Y.) Review 20 years I on N Fine of" NWU of .. All Blk 30 (IS lots) Peek'

in rents and the mlscellan- who were not members last year, from its SH14 on E side Church St. Addition _ _____28 6 C. L.
ago Montela (Ulster county ----- &: J. L. Peek _
A a on said St 175 ft ?-
: run All Rile 31 lots
(4 ) Peek'.)
neous group, these show an Increase and all Indications point to a suc- ) a 1 210 ft NJ75 ft W 210
correspondent. It la as follows Addition _____
- ----- 2B 6 23 C. L. & J. L. ._,
of 5.3 and 2.6 per cent, respectively essful season ahead. Arrange- : ft to bear _- __ __ -_ __28 I 22 E. H. Smith -----_ 15.04 I All Bile 82 (13 lots) Peek' Peek I

In the 11 years since ments have been made for pre- "Sam Lodbell Is dead! Some days 8 SWtt A in NW of NW'4 cor of___N__%___of_28 t 22 Oeo. ZI. Weller _______ 4.11 I I All Addition Hlk 83 -(14- -lots--)__Peek's.-____28 8 22 C. L. & J. L. Peek ..._ II

1920. cooling the berries at Zolfo Springsand he Lot 1857 Mlk: 2 Orlg- Addition _ _ __., _
ago was stricken 3B
with 6 23 C
poisoning Town -----2$ < 22 D. C. Jones ____ 14.14 I & J. L. Peck IF
all cars moving from that Lot 2 3 46679610111
Since the peak 11 years ago from a wound
the neck while Lot 5 7 Blk 18 Original
clothing shows a decrease of 49.2 point will !bf precooled before mov- fighting with his wife when he was Town _ ._--_______28 4 22 J. C. Hunt ________ 40.91 Lot 14 of 1867 Elk 84 Peek'10 Bile add 85_tt 6 23 C. L. & J. L. Peek ._-.i\I

per cent: food 46 per cent, house Ing.Mr. drunk. Doctors Grindle, of Eureka Com of 88 lot 1-8 7 Blk ft W 17 of& SE run cor N Lot Peek'84568 Addition _ _____23 6. S3 -.. C, L. &: J. L. Peek __ I
Blk 35 Peek'.
furnishing goods, 39.5 per cent Miller spoke optimistically and Butt, of 105 ft W SO 1-8 ft S 105 ft Addition _ ___ .
Claryvllle, .were In at- __......-.28 6 S3 F. L. Turner. ._ 1
to Call St B DO 1-8 ft to
and fuel and light, 3.8 per cent. regarding the outlook for the comIng tendance, but despite their utmost beg Original Town -__-28 8 22 Mr. P. Q. Maddox __ E5.20 I Lot 9 Blk 2B Peek' Addition

Labor department figures were season. Referring to the large efforts the poison spread until Com at NW Cor Call A ? -_--_-____28 II 23 Mamie 7,!. Ostnas. __ !
as a Lot 7 8 It"- A W% lot 10
based marketed by the Louisiana Walnut street A: run
on prices obtained from 01 crop last resort they used the Blk 3fl Peek' Addition _
knife. *
The on Call street 149'ft S in. .at 6 S3 CL3.L.Peek I
cities on food and from 32 citieson growers the past season at a very operation was of no avail to a pt of beg'thence N Fred lots of Blka A B -

the remaining Each satisfactory price, he stated that if however, 105 ft W 16 ft aloe ..ftId Peek' Addition ,_ _ __.2J 6 .2 C. L. & J. L. Peek .____ .2 1
groups. and now he ain't here any more. 16 ft to bear __....:___-__28 8 22 D. K. Knight _________ 10.89 Lot 1 3 3 12 Elk B Ris ,
was weighed according to Its Florida growers would put up atlrst "Sana was a unique character. One house A lot in Blk 18 Inl1"'- Addition _ ____2J 6 23 Mrs. Celia Carter -___ :,
Importance in the family budcrets class Dack of rood Quail tv known a* Starke House Lots 46011 Blk B Rising's
Only once in a generation is Call at W Addition _________22 .
berries a bounded N by ,; - ? 6 33 .- Hoover Bros. _ 1
and compared with an index number he believed safe in sayingthat community pestered with such by C. 1- Peek S by' River Lots S 10 Bile B Rlalng's

computed on prices In 1913, they should realize as good human a A H by lot ot J. E. ..: '. Addition - -_____2J 6 22 D.C.Jones -------4
y: of 100. prices this year as for last season's viper. such a moral ; he I Futch _______28 8 82 D. E. Knight. _ __ 55..0 Lot 7 8 BIle B RI.I"..'* Ad-

_ was the unsolved conundrum, Residence lot on W side Blk dition - - ---__:.____2 6 S3 John A. Curtis I
The Index number in June, 1931, berries. 'What I Is he good for?' Ills 18 bounded N by Call St Lot 1 2 Blk C Rising* Ad u.

r was 150.3, a drop from 100.7 In Both Mr. Miller and the other virtue only B by Stark House & W. dition --------------3$ 6 33 ZCPoppell -_ j
was the stability of his un- H. River S by MadlaonSt .. Lots 8468 Blk C Rlalng' .
December, 1930, and the lowest speakers emphasized the necessityfor repentance. Booze-fighter liar W by Court St ex lot ' Addition -21 6 33 Morgan t.
figure since December, 1017, when continuing rigid inspection of wife-beater In NW cor Bold to J. R. ,. Lot 10 11 haB k--C - --

U was 142.4.Simple berries In order to Insure good chicken thief, egg Davie & Long A Richard mains' Addition -----2$ 8 33 John A. Curtis - I
: stealer, dope fiend, profane and & ex lot sold to Clara L All BIke 0 H I J K L Rl- .
averages of actual prices. It was announced that this _u*. _____L. .. . vile Pe.k _ ... _________28 8 22 -- C L. Peek _ ....:...-..._ ,9..Ifl I In 11"'* Addition _ ______2$ II 33 Qeo. H. Weller __ II
U- showed two of berries will be apce.u 10 me pOint or nausea, W 81 ft lots I 4 Bile 111. - -- -- Lota 12867 Blk 1 Wynn'a _
ing that grades
prices the sell-I I year he was the trade-mark of sin, the orlg town '- __________ ? e aa Bradford County Bank U8.60 .Adllltlon ______21 8 II-a. F. Demoreal ____ II
cost of various articles of loaded, those passing Inspection as sentlnet H 214 ft of W% lots 24 Bile Lot 4 Blk 1 Wynn'. Addition -

the country had declined 20.1 percent I first grade berries will be marked emblem of vice, with no 111 Original Town _____28 6 23 D. C. Jones _______ ".:\\0 I _ --________28 6 '22 ,_ W. B. Daughertjr ._,_ I
crime-but work-beyond his Capacity Lot 8 ex N IDVi ft of BIle 20 Lots 8 9 10 Blk 1 Wynn'
- '2 since last June. number ones and receive full price .. He was even Original Town _ ____28 6 22 Bonita E. Jone. __ '8.411 Addition _ --_____28 6 12 R. F. Demorest t
S when the car Is sold; berries that worse, but he Lot. t 8 Blk 22 Original* Lot 4 Blk 2 Wynn' Addi

marketable has gone hence, and is never our Town _ ______-_____28 8 22 D. C. Jones ____ 18.80 tion ._ _ ___________2J'racl 6 33 Marie Lason _ _._ U
are but
Females Hid Fair not strictly inclination Lots I Blk 27 '' I
to kick Original2 lot Elk S
_ To Outnumber ]Males first class will be marked number is down. a man when he Town _ ___ 8 83 Unknown ._ _ $1.45 Wynn'.AltittonF: --_-28 6 S3 R. -F. Demorest -___ I
EV4 of lots 185 Blk 28 Com on E -Ids Walnut St
twos and sell for two cents ,less "Yet Town _ ......25 I 22 G. C.
at hla death his proverbial original Sweat 4 SI"t.r. 7.811 at NW cor Baptist paronage -' .
than the number ones. It is expected luck Lot. Z 4..5 A WV4 lot 1 S 8ex lot A run B 110 ft
Census Bureau Count Revf'alll'That that this discrimination will was with him. He goes below 70x70 ft. In NW cor __88 8 2_ G. C. S m. Sweat __ 811.88 N 70' ft W 210) ft to Wal-
, the Female Population Is In- just as the whitening: frosts and Beg 80 ft S of NB cor of nut" St thence S on said St
help raise the standard of the pack. chilling winds Hlk 29 a* extended on to beg ____ _.., __ __28 8 23 D. B. Knight _._ 11
1 rrfttiltig More Rapidly Than the are inhering in a En-ey'e. map" run S 91 -
Mr. Miller
spoke of the efforts to One lot of land bounded
Mala. l long and tedious season for ft W 80 ft N> 81 ft Ifl 80 ft. B .
get lower express rates for FlorIda good who are left. As the to beg _ _._ .______z* 8 22 A. W. Anderson _ __ 18.111 Bt by W Tempe by Sanderson Av* S by Pratt Lane
was often orot -
Beg 80 ft 3 of NK
and expressed the hope that N> by land
of N. T. Rltch
A female population Increasing he case when in life and In Jail, he ilk 29 a* extended on ex 1 lot 100 ft _____ I
they would be successful getting Hnney'e & run S 91 square In28 6 IIE..,W. Hare _
will keep warm and SB cor _ ___________ -
more rapidly than the male was revealed lower rates this season. comfortable at ft W 60 ft N> 91 ft BJ 80 ft
others expense. Well to beg (111211 taxes) _____28 8 22 A. W. Anderson One lot of land bounded 111'by
today by the census bureau. Mr. Miller was followed by Mr. so long, Sam, 111.110 Blk 81 original Town
Lot 2 Mlk U J. M. John
Whereas in 1920 there were 104 Hendon, of the same organization, and "so long as It la long, good Addition _ ______. __28 4 28 Mary B. Molonll' '.n 13 &: S by By W by '11
luck. Tomp.ont. .. ___ -
men and boys to each 100 Lot 5 e Bile 82 J. M. John 28 6 33 R. M. Sparkman - -
women who gave some Information and _____88 8 One lot 10B ft -q In SD coy
I Addition _ __ 22 R. JoL Sparkman I
might add 4.11 '
and girls that ratio that Mr. of SWU of ___ '_ -
sex now stands made a plea for support of Mr. Murphy Lot.IIIIBIkI3J.M. SW4 28 6 33 B..W. Drlggera ---
_ I at 192.0. denies he was the Montela correspondent John Addition ___28 8 22 -' John R. McKinley One lot B3V4 ft by 105 ft In
- __ 45.111
Miller In raising the standard of NE cor of.lot
living 220 ft
of the I. Lot 8 hIlt 84 J. }II. John :..
f Even In virile Nevada, which marketing Florida strawberries. Sullivan County Re- Addition _ __________88 6 28a -0._ H. Inman ___ 11.17 8 of Madison at A bounded _
had a rugged ration of 148.4 men view 20 years ago,-.John O'Ren In Lot C 8 Ulk 88 J. M. John N by Edward B by I
,: to Manager II. A. Licht reported 1 the Baltimore Sun. Addition .. .______88 22 W. Anderson .. __ 10.11 SanderSt - _-_-__--28 8 S3 Henry O. Maaofl _. -
R t 100 women ten years ago, something over $30,000 worth of Lot 1 a Blk 27 J. M. John Beg at NW nor Bay Mad- -

the males now outnumbered by berries -- Addition ? _, _,_ ________88 8 II-D. C. .1onl. _ ___ 11.88 : icon its. *. run N 105 ft
handled by the union last W .30 ft to
With Broadway St
the school season Lot 4 B Bile 1- T. Co. .
4 only 140.3 to 100. No other states season, with prospects of nearly rapidly Addition1.:.__--__28 8 22 .1. W. Edwsrds __ 18.80 S!' on said St 105 ft to -
approaching, parents Madison 1
should be In- Bt thence B -

even preponderance approximated though the Wyoming Nevada double that for the coming season. terested in good school lunches. Lot Addition 7 Bile 1- L._ _T.: *__Co.__'*88 8 22 C. L. Puck ._ _ _ I." aid St 803 ft to bee __on 28 8 83 Mr. Josephine Edwards tT
-Wauchula Advocate. Com 62 ft ft W of NW .
The state home demonstration Lot 5 Hlk .S L. T. A Co. corof -
with 123.8 and Montana with 120 C department Addition _ ___28Blk 8 82 Go W.". _ fall Bay St* run ,
brought echoes of the days) when baa a bulletin which will S 7 I t L. T. Co.'* .. .It N 320 ft to land of A. I.. ',

WOMEN TELL CLUBS prove helpful. Write and ask for Addition - _____88 8 22 C. L Peek .. __ __ _ Alvare thence W 121 ft : "
the $4.IT B' .
_ _ plains chiefly heard the cowboy Lot 8 Blk 14 L. T. Co/* its ft to Call St thence . -
sing to restless OF THINGS LEARNEDAT bulletin 49, or ask the home demonstration Addition .-88 8 22 Annie B on Call St 111 ft to beg '
herds. --- May Bennett _
i.-X: : 11.01 also lot of land bounded: .l;:
FARMERS' WEEK agent for It. Lot 10 Blk T. Co. _
Back in 1880. Montana had 256.0 Addition _ _- 4 22 Verna Lamb Johns 11.01 B by Edward N by A. 1. '. .... -
mates to each 100 females LotsCTSIB1k1SL.T. W by Broadway -
WyomIng Plant City, Fla.-Senior home tCo.'* Addition ______88 8 82 Unknown _ _ &t A 8 by Mrs. Humphery
had 213 and Neveda 207.5. L.otsCb7CIOILDLIC 14..1t Mr. Mitchell ... --_28 6 S3 W. M. Edward _ -
. The District of Columbia, at the demonstration club members from IT L./T. *. Co.'. Addition.88 8 22 R. r. D.mor..t ,On. lot of land 33 ft N& .
I the eastern of Lot C 't Bile 18 L. T. Co.'. ww. 1'.0' S by 210 ft B W bounded .
part Ilillsborougb
.5 other end of the scale, had but 90.0 Addition _______.88Lqt 8 82 IIr.. m. Do Bennett 1.11 M by Pratt St. *. B bl'I\.
men to each 100 women. Massachusetts county are making reports of the I I 10 11 Bile 19L.T. Sanderaon Lane _ __2S 6 S3 ,1-.' W Harrell __-
had 05.1 Rhode Inland things they learned and heard at A Co'* Addition _____28Ulk 8 28 LIvingston Trubl' 4. Co._ 1.15 'One lot fronting on Broad -
; *. ao tl S3 L. T. Co.'* : way !St! bounded N by old
B3.2. Women outnumbered men In Farmers Week at the College of Addition _ .. ?____ :.3. 8 II C. 1.. Pe.1e _ _ _ 18.8G county Jail S by land l't[.
eleven aa Agriculture according to Miss Mo- Lot. $411 T 56 10 11 11BlIC L. Johns known a* Kach- 1
4 against seven states telle Madolev home demonstration 84 L. T. Co. Ad- elhfarp lace -____ _____ia 6 S3 'Robt. P. ioniC ___
_ _,1 counting the District of Columbia dltlon. -- --11 8. II-C. L. P..1e $51 Lot 1 f nik S City Park J
in the last census. New agent. While In Gainesville forIt"armers' I Lot 1 >a 18 of- BIle 341T. Sub DivisIon _ w---28 6 S3 H. B. Wiggins _-
_ _ Hampshire Week, the members of Co.'* Addition, _ ____28 I 28 Unknown _ 'I.U Lot 4 Rlk 3 City Park Sub
_ _ _'t-, Connecticut, Tennessee and Loula- LotsC9lOBlitS5LT. A DivIsion _ ___----_jj .6. S3 Walter J. Redman -_
iana added each club attended as many different Co' Addition ,. ____31 8 28 Livingston Truby a Co. I BUt 8
't _, were to a list which already LotsCl.ltik37L.T&C0. .'* 1.11 I-A City Park Sub 1

-, Included Massachusetts, programs as possible, and they Greatest Fire in Addition _.._ in ii 188 8 28 A. Starling _ __ &. 14.1' I Lot.DlvUlon I s nik- cityi----28 6 S3 B. W. Miller r- I

Rhode Island, District of Columbia, are reporting on them at regular Lot 111 Blk IT L. T. Co.'* Sub Division _ t| 6 per1''ma" -
: North meetings of their clubs'now. American History: Addition _ _. ________28 8 28 8. 1. Coleman .88 Lot 8 Blk 4 City Park---Sub-- 33 llre.m.: K.
Carolina Carolina
Blk 80 ex lot I L. T. *. Co. Division _ ---U -
8 Swy
I Georgia and Alabama. S .........l C--Io, ,...,. a_ ... Addition - _____.____88 8 22 -' C. L. Peek -_. 11.811 J Lot 18 14 1* 20 Blk 2 a. N. S3 Frank, .JL 1
However ....... ... ....... Lot. 1 8 11 18 14 BIle 81 L.T. 1 Bowling' Addition _ .28 6 33 TD.morest- -"
t there -H B
were 1.499,114 INCREASED _
_ _ PLANTINGS lliInt Co.'. Addition ____28WH 8 22 C. L. Peek _ I ]Lot* 19 SO 81 11 23 34 16 14
more males than females In the VETCH AND AUSTR tIN r--l lM _" Iell.... Ikexpuk lIiicCLT.&Co.SBUb I : N. Dwling's' Ad-
.! I'M* .to SM r-M-H. Dlvlalon _ ________88 8 82 I dltlonB" I
_ _ 122,775,046 population of the entire PEAS WILL, BE MADE h MM 430,000.000..4 trirM.M .rlp Lot 2 Blk 1 Lot 1 8 Blk Rose Cox _ _ 7.II RIle 1 SakS'rAdTltronn.9| 6 22 R. F. Demoreat -_-... tf.
_ _ 1' United States. I _' .I. ....,. 1.,_ b.S"..I.5 8 Lot 4 HIlt 111T.&Co.'s I lit In 6 33 Edward Burn6 *.. -
, ..-......... ........ .. -. IkS e_ Sub Dlf loa _ .. 88 8 22 I SH1 i" Eyerll" C
The native white population of, Lake Butler Fla. Because ........ ., the .... -....... --- L1"ln..ton. Truby" Co._ 4.63 I - 0s7w'faliw.vsfi 22 R. H. Starker _

native white parentage Included corn following winter crops of su4....ssI,....s41 I...,.__ Lot Sub 8 Bile I.\lnt.\ : T._ A Co/e.88WH 8 22 Enl. Short __ Lii I !
48,010,145 males and 37,487,653: vetch and peas has shown so 5 Bill 18 L. T. Leo.'* ft ilS3
I females, a 101.1 ratio. compared, well this summer, the number up of :..r-eu;:.. vsuasi. S ., .,: Lot Sub 1 Dl-1-ton _.'_*__Co.'s_ 88 8 22SS Ella SiC _ S.,, I 3H-acre- -In SKU of 8EU___*__.It 6 S3 0. C. Sweat,

with a 101.7 ratio ten year. ago : acres to be planted to hairy vetch --'this-he-usS upIi -,-.' ....'us b. LotsIiItikIS&uift Sub mI.nt\ : = 88 S -, Eplaraaa Thomas _ _ I 41 1 I I known acre in NE\4\ of BEuMao

:,' The negro population comprised and Auatra% t peas In Union and ..... lots I *. 4 Rlk 16 lot. I 8 i "" the Buu", S _
0.855,869 males and 6,035,574 females Bradford countlns will be greatly and B 18 ft lot 84. Blk I 1 I 1-_?. acres lltrl'id-i2'!; H.. A. Hooper -
;., or 97 HAROLD C. WALL K L. T. *. Co.'* Sub Dl- I b Stitch Place 8 by By.
per 100 females, Increased thla fall reports County . _____ W
vision --- aa 6 SS Annie Mack Coleman 1'1.71 I by Street S. N by If
r as compared with 99.2 In 1920. Agent L. T. Dyer. Both adult All Blk 14 X_ T. Co.'* SubDlTlalon I line ef flB4.f: sm"U 4 C

1J farmers and 4-H club boys will increase INSURANCE _ _________88Lota S SSSS 1.1"1..0110 Trilby" C. iS AiasWcorofs 14sf II -Bert Bogart - -

Ml BrIne spring pullets Into S 4 Blk tl t, 1'. 4kCo. 1 SE'4SCW2AOfg54of
., layta* their plantings of theM winter STARKJC FLORIDA .'* Cub Division 81Block S '...... 0. JenkIns- 3.54 I I I A SlI4: - ;.- ___It I II Stru. V. Torreul .- '
October Lii NW ..
if possible. cZr. I of
crops for soil improvement.' 88 88 !_. T. 811'4 .f
Sub DlTUae.. _" I SS .- IoIYiapt. Trb7 c.. 3.14 I Sn4&6A1Wgof
Nil"' a U", __It II _'

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other cause/ Recently a few commercial tfl i SA
fact remains that this work Is To eases. However, to make possible ford County Florida, to-wltl September A. D. 1 S1.
quail breeders have entered still a Shippers Urged Ueg. 861 ft. W 828 8-10 ft N I Dated this 6th day of August A.
JlOUSEWIVES somewhat uncertain and ex continuance of the vital activities from Southeast cor. of Section It A D. mi.

TS TO the field. pensiveusinece and few Handle Hogs 'With of port quarantine Inspection, run N 111 ft a 420 ft S 111 ft W 410 i O. w ALDERMAN,
have yet ft to beg In Southeast quarter of (Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court
One of the first methods used Care Avoid Loss nursery inspection and grove inspection
tome Demonstraoa succeeded in rearing good sound Southeast quarter Section 10 Typ. Bradford County Florida.
kly from drastic salary reductions South Mange 11 Bast. t.r-Et-t-4. 1 ,
in quail rearing was the so-called birds In ,
specialist, TaUabaueeDGISG quantity for less than two The assessment. . of said propertyunder ,1 ,
"bantam system" In which eggs to four dollars each This high Gainesville Fla. - Handle hogs have been made. In keeping with the said certificate.sued. was
NOTICE or Apptir\Tio'v
produced by captive quail are Incubated is due to the large amount properly at shipping time and the intent of the legislature to cur, In the name of L. II. Bedenbaugh TAX DEED FOR
and hatched by bantam kind of avoid losses from deeds, cripples, tail exppendltures these reductions Unless said certificate shall. be deedwill redeemed .1 Notice I* hereby given that CecilR }
equipment that according to law, tax :
seems essential Moore, holder
COSTUMEC i otax certificate
t TilE hens, who also act as foster mothers and to the amount of labor and bruised animals, says W J. have been accepted gracefully i Issue thereon. on the 14th day No. 361, the 6th day of August A.

to the young quail until they Sheely extension agent in animal by the board's employees who of September A. D. UU.D"I..I I D. 1UJ8. hat filed said certificateIn
required in X
s this llth day of August,
eelectlos'o beautiful and properly caring will In future as in the past, con my office and mad applicationfor
reach an age of six or eight weeks, for the birds. As new and better husbandry to Florida hog raisers D. 1981.Seal tax deed to issue. thereon In accordance

trig costume Is a challengewoman's when they are ready for release I methods are developed and who will soon begin marketingtheir tinue to serve the state's interests Clerk of CirrcBuitMCourt with law. Said certificate lift
and knowledge ( ) ,
ability embrace the .
art. and in the hand' following describedproperty
farmers loyally efficiently
afield. The most pork.
disadvantage year Bradford Florid"s.uIt.e.n.
y should Increases as to how to combat County. situated. In II'rail ford county
i- of fitneBS. Dress of this system Is due to parasites and disease this and shippers sustain considerable ling of an ever Increasing burden. Florida to-wlt
I' &ure u:? to the accepted and stand-econ- the fact that many bantams are cost will undoubtedly be reduced.high losses from dead, bruised, and ' NOTICE) of North Southeast 210. ft.quarter of Northeast Section 14 quarter Twp. ,.' +!,

I of health, modesty Infected with diseases or parasitesthat With Imported Mexican crippled hogs, and practically all River Junction Chattahoochee In Circuit COllrtb Twentr-Slxth: Judicial 7 /Mouth Rang 11 E, e acre "t

should contain beauty in colt prove deadly when transmitted available in large numbers quail for of this can be avoided If the hogs ,road project nearing completion. I Florida. .. :' County, The assessment of said. propertyunder ,,Y' y
sui tabU. State of In Chancery the said certificate Issued wa "\ I
design, simplicity to the quail, and transmissionIs around two dollars each laws in are handled carefully W. H. WillIam., in the name of 8. B Trleat. } '"

i frequently difficult to avoid under states that Over exertion is one of the chief MAOTEnt'g BALE Complainant Unless saM certificate, shall. redeemed '- 1
. discourage( rather Hereby nolle I* given that under "'So according to law, tax deed 1
the crowded conditions of cap than encourage the sale and Interstate causes of loss. It is estimated that and by virtue of that C.rtaln final Virginia M. Williams, will Issue thereon on the 7th day of 1t'

Suit Personality tivity. For this reason the ' of from 60 to 63 percent of hogs arriving deor.s of foreclosure made by the Defendant September, A. D. Itll. '
system shipment
i understand the rela- even artlflcal. Judge' of the Twenty-Sixth Judicial It appearing by affidavit appendedto iintnf this 6th day of August A. :
dead have
I ie must In has been largely abandoned I ly reared quail, and the constant at destination Circuit of Florida, In and for Bradford the bill filed In the above-stated D. 1811. .

of personality to clothes or- in Georgia and Florida, though danger of large losses congested lungs due to over exertion County, In Chancery Sitting, on cause that the realdenc of Virginia O. W. A ALDERMAN 1
well dressed. There flora disease to the Itth day of August, A. D. un, M William, the defendant therein (Seal[) Clerk of Circuit Court, \ ,
I to appear all still extensively used from North i even under the systems of rigid or pneumonia followingover In favor of O B. Colson. a* complainant named I* unknown, and that defendant Bradford County Florida. .
to types,
o style suitable Carolina northward less trouble' sanitation, it is no wonder that exertion. and against Moyere Hough t* over the age of twenty- e6t8.4.NOTICE.
are many adaptations Over-feeding Just prior to or and Ethel A. Hough hl. wife, et al I, one years; It 1 I. therefore ordered 11\
there having been encountered where there are few .
yet so strictly commercial defendant that said defendant be and she
I I which to select. Is the wear- freezing winter temperatures pre quail breeders. The idea just after loading hogs in cars Is a The undersigned a* Special Master I I. hereby required to appearto ] APPLICATION TAX I1KKU: : FOR

onaervatlve' or extremist T Is sure to lose hogs. Mr. Sheely will otter for sale In front of the the bill of complaint In said cause 1
s auggrests vail.A ,' of propagating quail in captivity way Courthouse dour In Stark, Florida for divorce on or before Monday the Notice I t. hereby given, that Cecil
I of.the athletic type modification of the bantam for release in favorite hunting says the feed should be cut in half during the legal hour of*, to- 7th day of September, A. D,Idlml R. Moor, holder >f tax certificate, f
I mannish style; or Is she ex- the night before the hop are to wit between the hour of eleven A. otherwise the allegation of No. 874, the tth day of August, A.
calling to mind system has been used with con ground exerts a very powerful appeal M. and Two P. M, on Monday the will be taken a* confessed by said D. 1919, has filed Bald certificate In Ii
I1 Ingly femlnle siderable success on the hunting: to the sportsman however, be shipped. The hogs should have 7th day of September. A D. 1XSI. to defendant my office and mad application for

ty ruffles and soft materials T of north Florida and and plenty of fresh water and a light the highest and bent. bidder for cash It I* further ordered that this order tax deed to Issue thereon In accordance <
t and foreful. BO that preserves many attempt It who have the following described property be published once a week for with law. Said certificate embraces
I he dashing and south Georgia, the bantams being neither the time required for. such feeding on the morning they are situated In Bradford County, Florida four consecutive weeks In the Bradford the following described. property lI l\\
II striking designs to be towlttLleginning' situated In Kr ad ford County
can wear shipped. County Telegraph, a newspaper ,
used for hatching only exacting work the
still be a distinct per- purposes nor financial he at Northwest corner of published In salt. county and slate. Florida to-wltt ,
, r. and and the young quail taken from resources adequate to( tide themover Following are some pointers Section 86, and running Blast. 431 This Aug. 6Th. 131. Southwest quarter of Northeast t :

ality beyond her clothes; or Is them as soon as hatched and rear periods of failure while suggests for hog shippers: yard thence South 440 yards thence O. W. ALDERMAN, quarter Except 4 acres on Kant side
1 and retiring? If she Is they Avoid from farmto I west 438 yard thence North 440 (Seal) Clerk. of Circuit Court, A Southeast quarter of Northwest ,1
quiet ed with the use of small kerosene- are acquiring experience. of bus-Inning. Also Mrailford County Florida, quarter Section Il.7.12-7T acre
quiet she will be entirely burning brooders or with cock Anyone contemplating going into loading pen. Unload carefully, t: -1nltn: :Northwest cornerof E. M*. JOHNS starke, Fla. The assessment of said property f
clothes that are too walk down the chute. Section 15, and running East. 490yard. Solicitor for Complainant. under the said certificate Issued. was ,
sed by letting hogs
quail foster parents which have quail propagating should first thence South yards, for a 8-7-6t-9-4. In the name. of Mrs) 1.. R Kalch
I king, but she should weare been trapped up afield for the purpose communicate with their state Grade and weigh carefully and point of beginning a...: front thencerun Unless. said certificate shall be re
s accent of color to add a little avoid getting the hogs hot.. Kant Sao yard thence South (80 deemed according to law, tax deed
This latter method Is, of game commission to learn what yard.. 810 yards thence NOTICRIn will Issue thereon on the 7th day oC
Circuit Court Judicial
rkle, which her personality course, only practicable where can and cannot be legally done, Before loading, see that the car North 180 ,.ard. In Section 15 circuit. Bradford Twenty-Sixth County Hal .rehl'lIl1 1931'
Just as there are designs 'l'iwnshl "Seven' if h South of Hang ; duy of August, A. .
is free of loose! boards protruding |
I [3 there is considerable surplus of should visit and study the methods Twenty ((10) Kant. containing lot State of Florida In Chancery.A. O. 1931.
every type there are colors nails or bolts, and free of old or D. Martin O. W
stock quail available. The only used In successful quail rearing acre more or less, ALDERMAN,
I ch are particularly suited to i foul bedding. Bedding of clean J. L. FRAZBEJ. Complainant. (Heal) Clerk of Circuit Court.
serious difficulty experienced with plants and thoroughly familiarize
Special 1I1..t.r.E. County Florida.
and others which are before the Martin .
t nettea the use of cock quail In rearing has themselves with the literature of sand should be provided M JOHNS, Defendant., 8-7-5t-9-4.

client for blondes. of II the if hogs are loaded, and in hot weather Solicitor for Complainant.Or It affidavit appendedto
been due to the transmission subject. Then their early 9.21.1t9.4.NOTICE appearing by .
! ll.iriiiony Essential the sand should be wet down to the bill filed In the above-stated; NOTICE of ApiM.i<\rio' :> FOR ,
Coccldia, microscopic Intestinal enthusiasm has not waned and TAX I>HKI>
of goods cause that the residence of Lucy C.
I mother requirement parasites harmless to mature I they still desire to take up this cool the hogs. Do not load hogsin APPLICATION FOR Martin the defendant therein named Notice Ja hereby. given, that Cecil
Is that all the clothes which cars bedded with straw, cane TAX IMCUU I* unknown, and that defendant n. Moore holder of tax certificate
disease work it would be wise to r
the start in
but the
l worn at one time should ap- quail producing 'I' or foul bedding of any Notice I I. hereby given that D. BSapu I la over the) age of twenty- No. 400, 6th day of August, A.
known as Coccidiosis in the high a small way and enlarge the scope pomace unit Martha 8app, holder of on. years; It In therefore ordered D 10311 has filed said certificate In
r to belong together. Frequent- kind. Losses follow. that said defendant be and she my office and made application for
of day
ly susceptible young birds. Where operations after acquiring ex tax certificate No. 282, the 4th tax deed
n an impulsive moment a womwlll Overloading the car is one cause of July, A. D. 1937, ha* filed ..aldo"l.tltlcate I* hereby required to appearto to Issue thereon In accordance
becom- rigid sanitation is employed, how- perience.As In office and made the bill of complaint filed in said with law, laid certificate, em i) v
buy an attractive, to deals grips, and my brace* the following .
contributing described
cause for divorce on or before Monday property
ever this has proved a.comparatively a rule landowners Interestedin implication for tax deed to issue
It not look well with the 7th day of September, A. D. situated In Bradford County
r hat may bruised hogs. thereon In accordance with law.
successful method, and it la!! quail increase will be wise to 1911, otherwise the allegation; of Florida, to-wlt
that she has but "are Interested in Said certificate embrace the following -
other things The packers said bill will 1i taken confessedby I Kant half of Southwest quarter of
very Interesting to work with for confine their activities In this line ; described property situatedIn a* I? .1
does not think of that. Next, all hogs arrive at their said defendant Northeast quarter Bectlon DO, Twp
cock almost Invariably adopt to the Improvement of food sup having Bradford County, Florida to-wltt! 8 South Range. 11 :H 10 A.
quail 'I
It I I. further ordered that this order
of shoes Is condi Be.. at Southwest of Southwest
handsome pair pur- plants on foot and In good : corner The .
chicks: under proper conditions, ply and cover and the protectionof quarter of Northeast qtmrtrA be published. one* a week forfour :7dntlrt.t: property
They are not quite right tion. The railroads are desirousof consecutive weeks In the Bradford i under the issued Was
fised Hast 671 1.4 ft. North 800 ft.
and "mother" them in a most efficient their birds from natural enemies run In the name of Lee
anything in the wardrobe but cutting down losses. Cooperation -I West 671 8-4 ft. South 800 ft to be*. :County Telegraph county i a newspaper Unles said certificate' itll be r
manner. as previously discussed in 12ISast published In said and slate. redeemed -
looking. A. dress Isin I will greatlyin Section 84. Twp. 8 South, liana according to law, tax deed Twill
yare good of shippers help This August 4th, 1981. ;
less successful these articles, for quail are tremendously -11 acres. *
Some more or I Issue thereon on the 7th of
basis. Q. W. ALDERMAN, day
selected on the same losses. The assessment of said property
quail breeders have used various I prolific creatures and reducing I (Seal I) Clerk Circuit Court. September, A. D 1 31, s
under the said certificate lssud
occasion soon comes when the As of helping shippers I>ated this 6b lay of August
e types of oil-burning Incubators for multiply rapidly where conditionsare a means was In the name of Unknown. 1C M JOHN" Bturke, Fla D. im. A. 1$
rtslghted buyer needs to wear check on all shipments of hogs Unless said certificate shall be redeemed Solicitor for Complainant.
and broodersfor made especially favorable for O. W. ALtHOrtMAN:-
oil-burning 876194.NOTICH
r new hat, shoes, and dress. She hatching, southeastern packers have agreedto according to law, tax deed. (Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court 1
while the latest development them. If conditions afield are not will Issue. of
rearing, thereon on the 14th day Bradford. q
County ;
cannot Florida,
realizes that they to each cooperative .
lJenly render
of all consists of the highly favorable, it la worse than September, A. D. 1981. APPLICATION FOIl t-7-It--4
|worn together and thus realizes shipping point a report of the cone listed this 11th day of August TAX IIKIIIDNolle -
hatching of quail eggs In electrically useless to release more or less A. 1)., 1931. Is hereby given, that L. R.Fiainey .
c first principle of good buying, dltlon of hogs on arrival. This report O W. NOTICE OP KLRCTIOV! !
for ALDERMAN holder tax certificate
and tame hand-reared quail, they
heated Incubators rearingthe
that and Seal, Court. Nl. CO. &thOf I, II. C. Wall mayor of Starke: 3
J design; namely, things will show the grades ( Clerk of Circuit the day of August,
chicks on elevated wire-bot can not reasonably be expectedto Bradford County, Florida A. D. 19311. has filed said certificateIn Florida, by virtue of authority vested
i to be worn together must bermonioua tomed runs with electrically heated remain on the ground. weights shrinkage, deads, down 8-U.IIt.e.u. my, office and mad applicationfor election In me by law, do hereby call an ,

ers, Grips, and Injured hogs. This --- -- tax deed to Issue. thereon In accordance to b* held at the city hall
1 brooders units the pioneer experiments with law. Raid certificate' In the aforesaid city, ny the quali I
Lucy Belle Settle. will reveal shippers whose NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOHTAX fled
service voter there, on
in this line as In the embrace the following "...l'rlb.dprop..rty Tuesday, Hep- ,
I I hogs do not arrive on the marketIn .EJIF.IJ situated. In Bradford County timber nth, 18A1, for the purpose
bantam system, being carried on Notice In hereby given, that Gee, Florida, to-wlti of electing I the following offlcri
\VRUF FARM PROGRAM condition, and such ship A. A Uubble Gardiner holder of tax
good tots One Mayor ,
RTIFICI\L PROPAGATION 1 1 11 II of Blk 10 In Ward 4
Mr. W. B. Coleman.
by "The Voice of Florida" should by all means take steps certificate No. 1 7. the 6th day of' City Section I, Twp. 7 South Hang Two Aldermn.On "I
I pers
OF QUAIL Although methods of hatchingand August A. D.: 1929, has filed sale 10 Ib.The. Clark, Treasurer and Tax Col ,
differ and new J, to correct troubles. certificate In my office and mad assessment of said property lector.
I rearing widely, i application for tax deed to Issue. Under' the said certificate Issued. ; : was One Tax Assessor.
[During recent years a great' and better methods are constantly Gainesville Fla. Another Interesting PLANT BOARD WILL thereon In accordance with law.. In the name *f P. A. Crosby. One Marehal ,
lot In I the of Said certificate embraces the fol.lowing Unless said certificate shall be Inspectors. of said election! T N.
Interest has developed being developed, production series of farm programsIs TO PROTECT described. redeemed i
CONTINUE property Kndrlck
according to law, tax deed R. B. Humphrey, F. A. '.
artificial propagation of quail I quail_ eggs seems to be largely scheduled to go on the air over, FWRIDA AGRICULTURE Bradford County, Florida, to-wit: will Issue. thereon on the 7th day of I Scott. 0},

it i few individuals have reared standardized, pairs of quails as a WRUF each day next week, beginning Northwest quarter of Southeast Setat':db.hl"IIPh 1831. In testimony' whereof. I hereuntosubscribe
of Southwest section ;
quarter quarter
day of August A. my name and cause the '11:
tit highly regarded game birds' rule being confined in runs about at 12 o'clock noon, E. S. T. Gainesville, Fla. e- That the U. Twp t South Rang 12 East-10 D. lOll I seal of the said city to b* affixed WI;

|considerable numbers, the mosteceaful 1 five by ten feet In size where many Following 1, the schedule: State Plant Board will continue to acre*. I O. W. ALDERMAN this the 4th day of August A. D.
The assessment of said propertyunder 1581.
being Mr. W. B. Cole- eggs are usually laid If the birds Sat. Sept. 8-Florida farm news. give the agricultural industries of the said certificate Untied. : wa (Seal Bradford Clerk County Florida.Court. H. C. WALL, set

of Richmond. Virginia, who are properly fed and cared for. Farm science snapshots.Mon. Florida the best service and protection In the name of den. H. Weller.. 7-61-9-4.. Seal) Mayor of Starke, Fla. :
Unless said certificate shall be redeemed 876t4.. :1-
done more than any other man Tame hand-reared quail hens have ., Sept. 7-Modern Trends In possible under the reduced according to law, tax deed y! ''I i

I the development of methods forring frequently produced an.average of Beekeeping, R. E. Foster. Farm appropriations made by the last will Issue. thereon on the 14th day NOTICE OP TAX APPLICATION. UICUM FOR M"BTIF.R' SAVE :'1 1
of September, A. D. 1181.
them In confinement. Ate over sixty eggs each during the Reporter. legislature was indicated In a Date this llth day of August A. Notice I I. hereby given, that Julia Notice I I. hereby given that under 'I' 1 }
present time at least few have been Control of Pumpkin D. 1931. Albert, holder of tax certificate No and by virtue of that certain final .
twenty a Tuea 8 -
season; very Sept. Dr.
statement Issued recently by decree of foreclosure
O ALDERMAN 871. A. I>. mad by the (
"Usand quail are being reared known to lay over one hundred and Bugs in Citrus and Pecan Wllmon Newell Plant Commis- (Seal) Cleric W.of Circuit Court, 1IUH l, has lr..ldldotm: ;::. In myoffice Judge of the Twenty-Slxth Judicial .

nually in captivity In the United thirty. Groves, H. E. Bratley. Farm sioner for the Board. The reduce Bradford County, Fla. deed to and Issue made thereon application In accordance for tax Circuit. In of the Florid Circuit In Court Chancery for lirad sitting * ':'

ties perhaps considerably more, Thus It will be seen that the ar- question box. ed appropriation," said Commissioner I.U-lIt-U with law. Hald certificate embrace fnrd county, Florida on the llth day 'I< d

it t no exact figures are available. tiflalal propagation of quail is still Wed, Sept. Growing Sweet "renders the following described. property of July A. It. 1981, In favor of THE! i
Newell necessarya
FOR situated In Bradford county, Florida. FlcniQKAI LAND HANK Of CO-
ntU very recently practically all in a period of rapid development Peas in Florida, W. L. Floyd. Primer curtailment of the board's Important TAX KIOIJ to-wit LUMUIA, it corporation, a* complainant A

the quail so reared have been but progress being made warrantsthe for town farmers. of the Notice la I hereby given that Mrs. Lot I and e. Blk. 11 Lincoln City and against II J. Cox May .t.i. I r
r the protecting M. L. Watterson holder of Tax Certificate HeCllon 18, Twp. 9 South Hang it M. Cox, his wife J. H. Moor. James ,
) purpose of release on prl- belief that ultimately quail, Thurs., Sept. 10 Growth and state's agriculture against new and No. 854 the 6th day of August E. Hannan, as Executor of the estate S4 I

tt hunting preserves, or procad like ring-neck pheasants will be Yield of Grapefruit as Affected by dangerous' Insects and plant dls- A. D. uzll. hat filed said certificate nrft: assessment tl1rct property of Mrs. Jtosa L. Ilannan deceased, ,
In office and made the
said Issued
my and the
application -
was Lawtey National '
on state game farms, as produced In tremendous numbersfor Nitrogen, Dr. O. C. Bryan. Farm for tax deed to Issue. thereon In the name of A. J. William Loan Association a corporation Farm, a* ;q

| Virginia, to restock coverts de.eted sporting purposes. In spite of Reporter. Crops Studies-.-.J. D. Warner. In accordance with law. Said,cer Unless said certificate shall be re- defendants I

through public shooting and this encouraging outlook, however Fri., Sept. 11-Winter Cover Farm Reporter. tlfcate embraces property Militated the, following In fir.......-. deemed will Issue. according thereon. on to the law,7th tax day.deed of ter Th, will* ,undersigned offer for maleSinofrontaof: .

-- --- the cmirthoue door In Stark, Flor

. --TIlE l\WN--'rfiiiNC- MAIN STREET" By L. F. Van Zelm j and Ida between during two I the o'clock the'hours legal P. of M hours,eleven on' Monday of A.tale M.*,' a!...

the 7th day of September A D. 1981 ),
# -- to the highest. and best bidder for
mUr! 33uzz 1 XODtH) SKI OLD RP'4 rip l cash. the fnlolwlng, described i i t
_. +Aap ti0w .aDt65 & G6MTlEhIJY property, situated '
MAZY OOYNt WAt rtvCONCEITTSD \ {Z NuR0R I I in Bradford coun f
MAIN ,! ty, Florida to-wlt
LEAING) : BUT-1' =3 iii.' The Houlh l Half of the Northeast. "
/ Cc 4r i I tiGV srATut "' MN GIFT quarter of the Southwest quarter l-
r I g and the
STATUE //f, TOt MAIN WUC.ET ouarter North of the Half Southwest of the Quarter Southeast of f.:,Ii

UNVEILED: I Hoc t Ion Twenty-four (14), 'wnshlp.
Five (2) Mouth, Hang Twenty-two ,
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ILLS Te.E GRAND _ T 4 / e :: ;; Special Master. ,g,
)n. M. jonm. '
'ilfAI'ID. J.D C10'ME I / Solicitor '
for Complainant. 'J.

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JH6 I STATut: ,, VUICM.. / ' MALM ,,
C WA? ( Hereby notice I I. given that un
SO CtNCOOUSW .0 .0 L J der and by virtue of that certain fi
Dot1ATIt Rl ii nal decree of foreclosure made by A.

MAIM STREET o Twenty-Sixth V. Long Judge Judicial Pro' Mac Via Circuit, for the of ,.I

15 Florida, In t
A STATUE OC ky Florida. In Chancery pitting: on the

dp CO'fN, WIM6ELP. M' loth day of July A. D. 1831, In favor
of Joseph :E. Wilson as liquidator T
for Bradford County Bank a corporation -
2 r a* complainant, and against
CP John'Magyarl' and Mary. Manyarl. ,
IIIIIIIIrJIiII'lpgllllll' nIII1III11II11Im'III'OIl""I'[ "11I111"" rnrnmmll'lmTlJlIl! his. wife, a* defendants. S

The: said" Special Master" wilt offer !
lJWf7i1oM- for sale I In front of the courthouse i

....wse door In Stark, Florida during the 1
legal hour. of sale between the

____ hour* of eleven' and Two-

[DOROTHY DARNIT = _i u Bv CharlesHAHA.TS 'Mica Sl Sl'Y of following highest' lock In September P.and described on, A Monday bidder p property 141.for the cash 7th to-situated day tile the.

Bradford county Florida. t>
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I1 DANGEII E31'UCALLHERE THE MATTERHI FTOM.TO Ip DuT Tint, ot4E The North Half of the East Its
of the
TOMATO l S I Southeast Quarter of Scout
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South Ttang Twenry-Two ((!) Kai
DANGER I wHY TH" -a..y.; except therefrom Five (O acre In c
I the form of square In the South
AUNT MYRAIS Hl east Corner.
AY ATOMATO p j. u rnAT.Rm
I HERE Special Master.
Solicitor for Complainant.
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d t Notice I. hereby given that all t
v r creditor legatees, dletrlbut ,
J and all persona having claim
against the estate of Enoch drlftls. 'j 1
deceased. are hereby required, to ,
present their' claims, duly authenti "
acted to the ....... Oeo, A. Gardiner '
flaunt" judge off Bradford county,
Florida. for his approval within one 1\1Z
year from date hereof or this no. .'1\11
lle* will b. held In bar thereto. And] '<
all person Indebted to said estate fi
ar* requested: \ban their said tfbt,
forthwith to '. ,
This Ird day of Jute A D 111. l '

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the problems in life. HOW AND WHEN TO PLANT I ----- ,,
cut regularly.You taheup; '-- :::
Bradford County Telegraph ; can drop'a 'penny in- 'a 'gOut when my neighbors beginto WINTER ,COVER CROPS, . --
IFr Other feel w r.. .... I{ .
Pens] crowded street without causing>a l atk taxes I havffon uneasy ClllPS
Established ,1877 I ,that to-hla of L. T.
major panic.Butchers Ing !: according way (By
i $
. ,. ,
i,.,, .... ?, ,., ,, should nave drowned ? !
at it, r
have' ceased swooning looking
Winter cover crops-"e;, crops !!'" ---.J
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class It Is comforting to know thai t when a Customer asks for a porter- these dimpled bodies before planted in the fall and turned tinder Florida September Is PllUltlng I tbz.e.
while gasoline keeps going shot I house steak. their eyes were open. He has figured winter truck !q
:; Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida up in the spring to improve the grolVel1.
prices are still declining.-Stark e I There bas been 'a noticeable decline out to a penny how much it land and to fertilize succeedingcrops. -
Telegraph. Yes, we'll all soon bEn I in the number of people shop Is coating to educate one of my A pattern is a good
' E. S. Matthews __________.._________ Owner and Publisher ) our feet again. Invernesi I ping around before they buy razor children."I The. most successful of these for by-lf you have the right thing to

J. C. Robinson ______._..________________ Managing Editor Chronicle.. blades. believe my neighbor Is wrong. our section are Austrian Winter -Cy Adams. pat'
l l P1 -. Women report a gradual im- My children have a monetary valueto Peas and Hairy Vetch. The peas -
' SUBSCRIPTION RATE A Latin Tragedy provement In the quality of bridge the town. For their needs my are usually preferred owing to the It you expect to enter that
'f ? i+ Boyabus klssabus prizes. Nobody has won a five and earnings are spent. I buy from him difference in cost of seed. of pullets In the Florida

Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance Sweet girlorum, ten cent store lampshade in weeks. such things as he has to sell, thereby Time for planting the seed lathe Egg-Laying Contest at Chi

r, Advertising Rates on Application Glrlabus likabus -New York Sun. adding to his riches."I last half of October. Most there Is not much time to','
Want D go farther. I am raising no of the space Is
r-' eomeorum. The seed must be inoculated. already tike
Fatherbus hearabua Our Congressman hogs for profit, no cattle to mar- Commercial Inoculation ia' used. for next year.
School days are here again Ocala materials for the nation -
Sweet klssorum.Klckabus ( Star. ket, but raw Fertilizer must be used-two -
l o boyabus The Taylor County News In a tomorrow. They are not mine Send the children"
bags or 400 Ibs. Superphosphate school
Sidewalks good barometers of prices on bananas. Out of doorum. recent special edition carries a biographical alone. They belong to my neigh- Is recommended. the first, day. A physical exallllnl
4 are Is to his Interest Uon by the
} -Selected.0 sketch of Congressman bor as well. It family doctor
dy The method of planting Is to win b hI
1 d --0 --- R. A. Green in which the News as well as to mine that they be- Inoculatethe to get the children in good kTI
broadcast the fertilizer
i Fort Meade reports the first ripe strawberry of the season Starke Is the 89th city in Florida states that he has the distinctionof come fit and useful children. As seed and sow them broadcast. before they start to schooL \!"
i'J never having missed roll call become trained, as they are
according to population remarks they -
Then plow In with turning plow.
the Starke Telegraph. Just during the seven years: he has beena educated they will develop. The Do not plow or disc land or re- Early fall is a good time h..J
o member of and is one has a part in that de out those
, think of the other small places congress community stalks or weeds from It poor producers In
' !'' 'a s r It took a corn cob pipe to satisfy the flappers of olden where a man can drop dead In the of the few members of congress velopment."My move before any planting. Plow everything poultry flock. The Agrlcul

,9' d"aya. postofTlce and it will take six yearsto who keep their Washington offices neighbor hall no more right under at time. Extension Service at Gain
'' find him.-Lake City Reporter. open twelve months in the year to spread propaganda for cheap has a bulletin which will help
low wet soil
Do not
: 't6l t o That's a dirty dig at some town. for service of their constituents.The schools, a niggardly system that, the plant well drained on soil Is bet-; in this work. It Is number'eo.'
Dempsey wants a divorce so he can re-enter the fighting -Starke Telegraph. Don't be faithful service of this congressional will dwarf the future of my children higher -
ter for these
alarmed, for it is not a strawberry district's representative than I have to throw trash in crops. The Experiment Station
of kind a
game. Do not let stock any on
dig.-Lake City Reporter. is worthy of commendation if for his yard." Gainesville has a new bulletin J
the after planting, as they
o is .
--o--- no other reason than that Green miscellaneous tropical and eJ
Games of chance means there is little chance for ,the The plan to replace convicts with always'on, the'!:'jobf' but although rApalachlcola An Interestingrelic will Do destroy not plant It. oats or with tropical fruits of Florida which!

free labor on state roads, which la I among' the youngest'men in cong- of Apalachlcola of the early rye proving of Interest to many reJ
these for soil
being considered bY the road de-i ress, he has been Instrumental In fifties has been received by the edi- crops improvement.The ers Postal card requests
4''If 0- partment la a good-one.The cost passing much constructive legis- tor of the Apalachlcola Times from crop will be ready to turn bring free copies.

i lf[f f, '' The new tax on intangibles does not include some wearing of convict labor was placed at lation and in blocking measures he Charles H. Palmer, :Milwaukee tinder about middle of March

.t apparel. $1.75 a day for each man. Manya deemed against the best Interestsof Wis. It is a copy of the Commer- which will give plenty time for A number farm boys will

",, tree laborer would be glad to his people. ''Our congressman cial Advertiser, which was published planting. corn or other crop afterit. ter the College of Agrlcultun i

e 0 work for $2 a day and would give ,Is the author of several important in Apalachlcola many years before the University this: fall with
' : Financial troubles mean all the troubles are caused by better results In eight hours than pieces of legislation himself, In- the present Times was established The cost of the seed this year Is of their expenses paid by schoto pu

one-item-lack of cash. forced labor would give In 11.- cluding the Fletcher-Green soldiers' The Advertiser Is printedon less than usual. Here is the approximate ships won In 4-H club work. 1
Ocala Star. home bill. The record of a sheet 8 by 7, and bears the per acre for plant- your boy having the advuntu
o ----S never having missed roll call and date of September 3, 1856. It is ing Austrian Winter Peas: of this club work?
';', m i' There will be many new brands of farm relief brought Work on the MacclennyStateFarm of being always present and alertIs neatly composed and the type Is 35 Ibs. seed at 5 l-2c $1.93 .
400 Iba. __ 3.00
y ''s W out by candidates next year. Road is progressing accord- one that few congressmen can clear. An interesting and complete Inoculation Superphosphate________ .30 Jasper-Hamilton County Bui
to boaat. Green Is not - -
r ing reports we receive. Last Congressman account of the storm of August 29
; 0 week the yet 40. He was born In Bradford I capital of $25,000 and surplus
grade was practically finished 1856, is published under the head- '
,, i ; yF Foolscap paper probably received its name in the days up to the railroad and it county In 1892 and formerly followed ing "Further Particulars of the Total cost for one acre$5.23 $5,000, opened for business.
These low prices have been made Crestview Julia Bjorkland
/ when love letters first started. should not take very long to get it the profession of school Gale of the 29th." This storm a
6, h moving fast in-this direction. ThisIs teacher, a noble calling In Itself, struck the west coast and did con- possible through the efforts of the Grady Garrett opening gen
o Farmers Bureau of Union and grocery store.Brighton .
a road that Is before completing'his law courseat
very much need- siderable, damage Over a dozen
Ocala wants bus line to furnish terminals in that city, ed and will give the section southof Yale in 1921..''.'. lives were lost. The paper also Bradford counties and county Florida Power
agent, I.. T. Dyer. Light Co., purchased Brighton C
or else ban them from the streets Macclenny a good outlet to oth- -u .-- contains many other interestingitems
{ er sections through state road No. School Days from Apalachlcola and sur- Mr. Dyer is very anxious to get light and power plant
o the farmers started to growing Brookavllle firs E. L. I
Macclenny Press. (Irvlngton ((Ky.) Herald.) rounding territory. Seventy five
1 Inverness Chronicle the best ten of woman'slife these crops as they are wonderful opened. the Vogue new beau
says years a It won't be long now before vacation years ago Apalachlcola was an Important .
I cuss soil builders. He will be to shop.
is from twenty-eight to thirty.o Afterall it received is over and school will begin shipping point on the gulf glad
furnish Fort Fort
further information Myers -- No
s It has turned out that the legislature / again. Then the young ones will and did'an extensive fish and oys- upon Myers
did help the small counties of get back Into their own world for ter business at it does today. application. Press, morning paper publti!
According to Hastings Herald St Johns county has the state. Now the big counties are In the life of the child the real Those wishing to plant any of here since merging of Fort Myi

; started a move to turn over bridges. trying to get these laws Junked, so world is that in which he mixeson POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTI these crops this fall should get in Press and Tropical News recently]
touch,with Mr. at to Palmetto Guranatee S
.{ they can get all the money. Someof equal terms with others of his Dyer once get
... take this method of
---o the smaller advising in on the cooperative orders that Main street remodeled.
have band- own We older folks are too
f, These days you can travel faster and cheaper on a ba- ed together to have their rights upheld absorbed with the affairs of grown- the that voters I of the city of Starke, are being placed. Winter Park H. M. Wen
am a for reelection
sales !
Joined organization cove
skin than shoe leather. Strange to say it Is the so- to understand what the
t nana you can on called ups young to the office of clerk treasurerand Miami Beach Miami Beach Dodge and Plymouth' cars.
"friends of the
people;:' ones are thinking about.
o Mathews of Duval tax collector, election September Jockey Club plan erection of $2- Madison Florida Light A:I Per
and Roblneau, We are prone .to think, as we
The small counties are not fighting the big counties- of Dade, who are leading the fight grow older that' what we had In 8th, 1931. I will appreciate>> 000.000 plant adjoining 79th street Co., enlarging office and tbi

they are merely trying to protect their rights.In for Herald.the big counties.-VVauchula school Is good enough for our chil- your supporL3213t.. C. A. Futch. causeway this city..Eustls. connecting Miami and room Mulberry on East-Rutledge Mrs. p street T.,McC
dren. That Would be true If the
o Eustis Auto parts and opened ice cream shop.
I vary
a I world stood still, but it doesn't. In Arcadia
and farmers Front of Schlossberg gear store opened for business In Apalachicola Chapman hi
one respect are alike-they Shevza Married Woman Says I a changing world the best educa- Arcade
building being: painted. i Ferran block
school improved.
both follow the plow in the spring of an election year. Blondes were Invented to keep tion is that'whicl'f makes the child building

o married life from running smooth- alive to the change's, which brings ,
s him more closely'in ftaich with the - -:::.. -= -
Gainesville Evening News says "Building Takes Jump" ly.The average man kicks more new things that'!'we didn't know

r;t In that city. Buildings in the University City must have gone from habit than from necessity. anything abut When we were

athletic. Most married men are lucky that young. Every thing is different today ANDREWS STORE
they have a wife to make up their from yesterday; tomorrow ev- :
o minds for them.A erything of today will be out of

4. From reports of election registrations in Tampa that dumb-bell is a husband who is date. The boy or girl who gains

r would be a place where your name would live forever-on the always thinking of the right ex- from his school work the sense of i
cuse at the wrong time. change of constant forward move- SPECJA
registration books. Alimony keeps many a wedding ment steadily going on, has got the
0r' from turning out to be a total loss. best information for success In

? And the grand prize of the week goes to the fellow who -The Pathfinder. i life I
. We don't think it Is
-- u - nearly as STARKE.
would not subscribe to the paper because the circulation Goulp I Important to teach children how FLORIDA

f wasn't large enough. The longer I live, the more I feel)I to do things as it is to teach them
o the importance of adhering to the how to understand things. One The Thing I want to Talk to You About is "THE LOWEST PRICES"I \

following rules, which I have laid way is to get more young peopleas
Uncle Sam is paying former service men nine hundred down for myself in relation to teachers and on school boards. .

f million dollars a year as compensation, and this amount will such matters: School 'systems must grow and I BACON Nhite Sides: 9c |II| LARD Compound 9c.

a double within the next five years. 1. To hear as little as possible change, and old folks are too apt .
I what is the prejudice of others. to resist changes. There must be

r o 2. To believe nothing of the old heads In school affairs, of I 24 Ibs. Seaplane Flour for ----- 55c '21 lbs. Bluebird Flour for ., ..' 6Sc
Few people will be interested in the report that the government kind until I am absolutely forced course, but some who are -still

4; is going to issue million dollar greenbacks. The one to. young enough to remember their 24 Ibs. Pillsbury Flour for __. 82e 211bs. Obelisk Flour for SOc!. :
3. Never to drink in the spiritof own schooldays ought to have
dollar variety is hard enough to find. one who circulates an ill report. some say about school matters. 1 .

s.. o 4. Always to moderate, so far -0---- GRITS"for23c

;f Bradford may be among the smallest counties of the as I can, the unkindness which is A Prize EditorialA o..otirish 1 Potatoes 18c
expressed toward others. short time'ago the Omaha ,
'state but that does not prevent it from being twenty-sixth inline 0. Always to believe that if the Bee conducted an'editorial contest. 10 Pounds-

L with number of farms in' cultivation. other side were beard, very differ- The first prize was awarded to 10 Pounds I

ent accounts of the matter wouldbe Mrs. Charles L. Kelley, mother of Home
' o Ground
Meal 23c 49c
given.-An Old Scotch Writer. five children. .Her editorial follows for ,
tax If the vote on sub-school taxes in Jacksonville last week -o-- : ;

can be taken as showing which way the wind blows, the taxpaying Mr. Mathews, in his suit to test "My neighbor Itaa"prospered. His 10 Pounds- 10 Pounds-
_ I the three-cent gas allocation, home Is the last'word In
may modern
has turned with
J worm a vengeance. draw all the fine constitutional architecture and'equipment. It Is RICE for 39c
Great ,
_ - Northern Beans 60c
1 o 'points he desires, but he cannot his hobby. He loves every boardIn ,

The oil companies have not explained why gasoline retails convince those who are not pre- it. He surrounds it with grassy

in Duval county for 12 cents and in Bradford and other of judiced the big on counties the subject in south that FlorIda some- side plots and and outefd flowers according sad: adorns to it his in- l 10 pounds Baby Lima Beans f for - = - - 65c

adjoining counties for 21 cents. It might be just a transposition who do not fare so well under sense of artistic trace and beauty. ,

nj of figures, and then again ,it might not. I the new distribution plan would "Not only is the home a source -
'not have so many automobiles In of pride and satisfaction to my NEW SWEET

o their midst or sell so much gasoline neighbor, but by Its beauty and POTATOES pound -2c '
Avery Powell thinks if barbers can answer the questions but for the fact that the grace and general attractiveness ,

i ; r required of them under the new barber law, they could start smaller counties north of them I it sheds distinction and adds to the
bonded for good roads. Florida's value of the Specials in Hosiery for the entire
property around It. family this week,
practicing medicine. That might be true, but some of them
highway is
system an
Inter-county "Now
my home Is a modest af-
p; could qualify as surgeons before the law was passed. system and not an intra-county fair. It needs paint and the roof I SCHOOL

pFederal system. Hundreds and thousandsof does: not cover It as well as the SUPPLIES
gallons of gas purchased in mortgage. What is meant for
_ farm board suggests every third row of crops Jacksonville, Tampa Miami, St. grata plots show bare patches like .1 Phonograph Records, 75c vol. 25c Axe 25e\\
R'f be plowed under by farmers to ease the present situation. Petersburg, Lakeland Orlando and the exposed portion of a little boy's handles __ __ ___ _
other cities in large counties Is trousers. I No. 21.2 Cans Best Grade
ai+ Farming organizations might suggest that part of the government Whole Wheat

'w expense could be cut by plowing under every third roads burned in by adjoining automobiles counties.traveling-Ocala vines"And my instead house is of run graceful over by flowing little I Table Peaches halves 15c

officeholder. Star. rosy amblers who clamber about Flourpackage20c
M o n scraping off the paint and leaving I
+a Signs' Point to Returning Prosperity muddy streaks in their wake. 2
1 From practically county in the state
comes reports
every !' There are five of them and all the Corn Flakes packages gcN

,; of county commissioners making a reduction in millage. Tax Street cleaners report that cigar !hard work, sacrifice and care they Peaches _ -1 l 10c
payers of Bradford are expecting a reduction in taxes from butts aren't nearly so short as mean to me la nothing compared to
during 1930.Occasionally. the pride I have In their clean I Come in-See
their county commissioners and indications are they will not you see an automobile eyes, clean minds and sturdy bod our many Bargains, and low prices before you Purchase

" be disappointed. spare tire rack with a spare ies.Th I Your Supplies.

o tire attached. hop I hold In their future m
It Is now safer to leave the chil: and present struggle to keep them
l Leesburg Commercial advises the cock-eyed world that dren's banks around the houae. clothed housed and fed U a small WANTED CHICKENS

the present secretary of the navy declares the prosperity ( I) There are fewer roadsters on affair. They represent my family AND EGGS

". the south is'enjoying ( I) at present'(la due entirely to the re- headlights.the road with the glass out of the estate. To them I hope to leavean
inheritance of character and
f n t publican tariff. When he talks about the present prosperityhe People aN saying "Won't'' :you courage. And to the world I shall

U talking about a subject the man "around the corner" stay to dinner ra* .they really not bequeath large sum to charity ANDREWS STORE

understands. meant It.Mora schools: hospital,but a family
F men are getting their,hair of men. and women equipped to



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