Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
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Bradford County Telegraph
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Starke, FL
E.S. Matthews
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.

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J Ilk, JMISSIONERS 1 DECLINE Injunction Is Senator JohnsTenders Palatka Pals [TAXES CUT 40 PERCENT +

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I. Asses I cd for County Needs Tax Disjribution Gas Tax Fight Take Both Gaim From Locals on I 1031 Tin: RHU Represent 50 PerCent lion, but taking the county aa a

Ipurlntf Coming Year SCHOOL BOARD I Labor Day ... ; Reduction From 1020Taxpayers whole, the saving to taxpayers will t
Assessment, average 40 cents out of every dollar

board of county:commisof I Small Counties Lone In Preliminary Senator E. M. Johns active during (By F. :M. Marvick in Palatka. they paid this year. SenatorE.
Jl county, Floret Dally News.) of Bradford'county :. M:. Johns and Representative 'I
Of Bradford Lentil Round Affecting the last session In
in regular session at 10la PROCEEDINGSAddition Division of State Funds securing The Pals decisively finished the will be presented with a 40 percent N. D. Wainwright, as well as Tax:..

IPo m. Monday Septemberwith passage of the act distributingthree argument with Starke yesterdayby reduction In. their tax bill next Assessor' Hayes, met with the commissioners

h all members present 'Quincy, Sept. 4.-Florlda today cents of the gasoline tax according downing them twice, 6-4 and year, following action by the board Monday and urged that

oast: J. L. Underhill chair- Will Be Built to Starke was enjoined from paying its counties to area, population 'and I 10-7. I of county commissioners In setting body to cut the millage as muchas

tipI *. M.t Rosier, J. G. Crews, G. High School Building revenue- collected from three state road mileage, has tenderedhis I The first game was a close affair their millage Monday. This reduce possible, and this was' done, the
and R. T Osteen. I Immediately cents of a seven-cent state gasoline with hits almost evenly divided. tion will not come entirely from commissioners anticipating the
I BUa services to General
of last meeting tax. Attorney Oliver for the Pals, and "Speed" reduction In millage however, one- revenues to come from the state

'stepIII i Lad minutes and approved. Board met In regular session Circuit Judge E. C. Love Issueda Landis In the state's ,light before Harvey, for the visitors, each fan- half of the reduction coming froma and lightening the burden. from the

was'placed upon with all members present: namely, temporary injunction here at the the supreme court. Placing! of the ned 7 men, while Oliver walked 3 get-together meeting of the commissioners county acordingly.

i i Browning roll at $3.00 per month. James T. Moore, A. B. Surrency request of John E. Mathews, Duval law Into operation has been halted and Harvey 1. Six bobbles behind and tax: assessor several The following table was prepared -

uper of Viney Lee was and H. D. May, chairman. county legislator who attacked the by a temporary injunction granted Harvey figured In the locals' scor weeks ago, when a 20 per cent to show the millage assessed ,
allowance John E. Mathews of Duval county, cut In valuations was made. 'Put- for 1930 apd the millage for 1931 '
$1.00 to $4.00 peru Minutes of previous meeting validity of the I 1931 distributionact. ing.Solana
a from read and approved, bills for the The state, through Attorney the injunction being issued Friday with 3 blows from 4 ting it In figures this reduction and covers every ,fund for county

urn Wadsworth submitted month audited and paid. General Cary D. Landis, Immediately by Judge Love of Quincy. trips and Wells with 2 from 4, led means the taxpayers who paid $100 purposes, together with the .mill-

b .of p.40 per cent of face of Widow's pension applications re filed notice of an appeal to The fight now shifts to the supreme the Pala attack. RIckenbaker, In taxes this year will pay $60 to age assessed In the special school

t er and 40 per cent of all ceived Investigated some approved the supreme court. court and likely it will come with 2 doubles from three times at the tax collector next year, a savor districts! for operation ofwctiools! .

cate taxes on 70 acres of some held for further Investigation Judge'Love's- order did not passon up at an early date. Senator Johns ,the plate, and Winters with two $40. and In the three districts bondedfor i

u uent 27 7 21 whjch was and others turned down. the validity of the act but restrained stated Tuesday that he felt It his tingles from three, were Starke's Some school districts will save a school buildings. A study of
? Section few cents than $40 of this chart shows what funds have
to more every
duty help defend the act In the star hitters.
state In 1925.: :Mr. G. Reports from various schools received Comptroller Ernest Amos
o the moved to accept samee as to the crowded conditions and Treasurer W. V. Knott from courts without any expense to the The'second tilt was a one-sided $100 while other will lack a fecents been decreased and those havingIt
maon and that he affair from the start. getting full 40 percent reduc..n {increase over last :
motion was lost for want and relief asked for these schools. distributing revenue to counties as taxpayers, did not approve Dancy kept year
lug Arrangements were made to be- provided by the 1931 act. This of the action recently taken the visitors hitless until the fourth Name of Funds MUII'8'e Assessed
E. M. Johns and Rep- gin work on the 'Bradford County revenue Is the amount of money by the group of small counties In when 2 singles and a walk pushed 1931 1030 '

Id.a alive slot N. D. Wainwright ap- High School in the near future; collected from three.cents of the' raising funds to hire legal talentto 2 markers across the plate. Starke State Tax __ -- -_ ___-.._?_____.___________..___?_.._ 41ft 14

j before the board and askedthe adding a brick extension, on the tax and would go to counties pro- represent them. He stated there was, unable to score again. The General County Fund ..._____________ 8 6 "

board consider the estl- present building.The portionately on a basis of area were enough attorney.'+epresent- locals hit "Preacher" perryman's' County Fine &: Forfeiture-----------________---a_ 4 2

ar II tax of 48000.00 when millage asked for the schools population and money spent in ing the small counties In the house! I offerings to all parts of the park County Agricultural _ ___--_____._._.__--------- % r,4

0 came gas to make up the budget from the general fund was reduced building roads later made a part of and senate who would hive tendered to drive In 10 runs. Fowler led i County BuUdlnll':Fund .. .. ..___.._.._______..__ -------- r,4 r,5 j
from 10 mills to 6 mills. the state their services to the state, and I the hitting with 2 doubles from 2 County Road and Maintenance __
el931 assessment. highway system. Bridge __. _________-_ 6 6
C A. Knight was authorized Board adopted regulations for The injunction did not apply to he protested any contribution of i trips! to the plate liters, in the I County Interest &: Sinking Fund _____-_?___-....._.___ 15 21

eau Us best judgment In getting bus drivers' ,and all drivers are to tho three cents tax revenue goingto funds by Bradford for. this reason. '' 6th canto with the basses loaded, County Mother' Pension Fund ___-____.__-__________ % %

tlces to delinquent\ personal receive these instructions and be the state road' department or The letter follows: ,. slammed one between left and center : General School Fund _-_-____-.._?-._.___.-._____ 6 10

"CTuh I governed accordingly.The the one cent tax revenue going to Starke, Fla., Sept, 5, 1931. field good for four sacks. Chat- Outstanding Indebtedness Fund. _____._____,__.___ 2 0
yersLwas 1 Honorable D. ham and each collectedtwo
Cary Stanley
moved and carried thatlerk board adopted budget call- the general treasury. Levy and

ICY advertise for bids for furTig : ing for the expendtlure of $62- collection of the seven cents tax Attorney General of Florida blows from 3 trips.. i Totalll ___________________.____._____________ 46% 66, '
I9} court house wood up to 15: 712.12 for cause of education in also was not affected. Tallahassee, Fla. The second game was' a 7-lnnlng:1:
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Dear Judge: half to be lIghtwood and Bradford county. The court's order was made effective :
i one until first Mon- I notice by today's press that Box scores follow: School School Operations School Bonds Total
\ to be green yellow pine, Board adjourned upon Mathews posting ofa Millage
Judge E. C. Love of' has First Ganse
'n |and seasoned. The wood to day In October. $1,000 bond to Insure "payment Quincy, District 1931 Ib:10:: 1931. 1930 1931 1930
Issued a Starke AB RHO A E
I Inches long and 3 strands to A. J. Grlffis, Secy. of all costs and damages as may temporary Injunction at. 1-Theressa--------- 7 1 0 0 113% 73%
the request of John E. Mathews Martin, cf IS 0 0 1 0 0
lord, atarnda to be 8 feet long .- be Incurred In case this injunctionshall 2-Hampton ---------L 8 8 0 0 8476 74'4
0 ; of :
I Duval county who has attacked Ritch, HH S 0 0 2 3 2
byaC Tl feet high. Same to' be rack GREEN PRESENTS PORTRAIT be dissolved. I the validity of the 1931 distributionact Wall. 2b ft O 2 2 3 2 3Starkei0 10... 5. D 61% 811 1Cuson
t wood shed In court house Attorney General Landis in Tal-. "- _ -__________10 10 0 0 M% 7614 I
OF GEORGE WASHINGTON and that Winters 3b-lb 3 1 2 2 0 0
as ,
find Inspected and approved lahassee said the state would file you Attorney 6-Lawtey... _ ______10 10 11 11 61% 8754
Genera], Immediately filed noticeof Parks, c 4 1 1 9 0 1
J W. Balsden Announcement was made todayby its appeal with the supreme court an appeal to the supreme court. Rick, Ib 3 1 2 8 0 0 7Brooklyni0' 10 j 0 0 116% 76U.
bill tomorrow. He said the appeal 8-Woodlawn _ _____ 10 0''
Hill presented 0
Louis H. -- 116% 76IA.
hl i Congressman R. A. Green that Your prompt action'in this Moore, If-3b 4 0 0 0 1 ,1
lapping state tax lands andspecUon would take the entire matter be. taking I 9-Kelly ___-._______ 10 0 0 1)6) % 1th"
every schoolroom of every schoolIn appeal should be commended Redgrave, rf 100000 ;
of same with referto fore the high court without the : 10-Vanderbllt _ _______10 10 0 1)61W 16
his district will within a few the citizenship of Florida. : Harvey, p .300050 0\\
necessity of another hearing in the 11 Graham. _ ----------10 10
same was or- 0 '
trespassers 56
to> % 76'r
weeks after the opening of the new As an attorney lavish to tender. atones, rf 301000
circuit court. He said he hopedto ; 12-New River: _ ___........:_ '3. a. 0 0 49% 6908'13SampHon \ g
us (school term receive a beautifulportraitposter my legal services to the cause of b P. Moore, If 1 1 1. 0 0 0
r moved and carried that : obtain a supreme court decision I -----------C. 10 0 0 M% '7644
(( of Geo. Washington the state and l the smaller counties cDouglas 100000
flat, jailor or sheriff ask the "one way or the other in the quickest 15 Heilbronn. __ ______10 10 0. ,0. G6% 76'/
colors. for I
executed in feel that the distribution act Total 38.4 92412 6 .
possible time." 16-Hllllng _ __________10 ' "
hntadent 10
the plant
of light 0 0" 6676
be used in these of 1931 Pals 78'f
The portrait to of three cents of't he gaso- AB R H O A E
It Mathews, an opponent of the l1--Boatdraln _ ______10 10
t tie a separate 0
jail lights on 0 G6% 761W
of the
line tax will be 2b
posters is a reproduction of great help and Stanley 6 1 0 0 1 0
i I and meter from that of court distribution act at the time of its ,,18 Brookt'r _ ________,.10 10.1S: 15 71%
famous Gilbert Stuart Athenaeum benefit to the smaller counties and Buck c IS 0'O 7 3 1 91'1i
i painting and Will be 22 inches by passage by the legislature, claimedthe their taxpayers. I have the honorto Chatham sa 3 1 1 1 0 2 I onsolldated with No16'Conesolktated; with No.3.

a following resolution wasiJtred 28 Inches In size. This poster was more measure than a dozen unconstitutional grounds. lie on represent in the senate two of Oliver p 4 1 1 0 4 0 In addition to the reduction as: In the different school districts '

Starke and adopted: 7, 1931 selected after a good deal of study, summed up his attack by claimingthe the smaller counties to-wit: Union Solana. cf. 4 1 3 4 0 0 shown aboveof 20 1-8 jnllla, the' as shown In the total column under :,
Florida Sept. and Is considered the finest ex- and Bradford. fliers, Ib 4 1 1 12 0 0 reduction of the 1931
20 heading To Illustrate1
J. W. Al- act violated the constitutionby percent In valuations -
HEREAS. late
the ample of poster making available.The Please command me and my ser- Cone, rf 4 0 1 1 0 0 how the reduction works In
paying bond debts with must also also !
: by his last will and testa- county be taken Into
poster-pictures featuring vices If needed In this cause. Pounds, 3b 4 0 1 2 S 0 dollars. and cents Tax Assessor I
did undertake to will and George Washington are being distributed state funds and by placing the With kind personal regards, I am Wells, If 412000 consideration Property valued at Hayes prepared the I ,
oath to of Brad- state on a credit Instead of a cash following table
the county by Congressman In coop- basis. Sincerely your friend Total 37 6 10 27 12 3 $100 In 1930 with millage assessed of school districts, showing the
Z and the City of Starke, Flor- eration with the United States F. M. JOHNS. (a-Batted) for Regrave In 4th. against It In the different school. 1930 "tax rate paid $100 valuation s
Town Jointly, Lot 2 of Blk. 16 build-Orlg- George Washington Bicentennial CITY'ELECTION e (b--Batted) for Rick In 7th. districts as shown In the total column the 1931 tax: rate per $80 valuation .
of Starke, with Commission of Washington, D. C., (c--Batted) for I>. Moore In 9th. under the 1930 heading, now on same

I thereon, after repairing re- in order to stimulate Interest HELD TUESDAY Welfare Association Summary--Earned runs: Pals 4, bears a valuation of $80 and will. pay next year property and the taxpayerswill amount

Wing and stuccoing same, among the thousands of school Solicits for Needu Starke 2; runs batted In, Ricken- have the millage assessed against I thoy will save by the reduction:
by converting It Into a sult- I children of his district In the com Colloy and loo'er1n .\ldeormanlcItIK'e baker 2, Jones 2, Cone 3, Solana,
| library building for the pur- ing nine-months celebration of the ; Futch Ke-rlnctrd. Clerk At a meeting of the association Stanley 1; bases on bulls Oliver 3. School Dlst. 1930 1931 Reduction
i of establishing, maintaining I of the Starke - _ _______,_________$8.15 $4.91 $3.24 I
held Harvey 1 two base hits
Hundredth Anniversary ; Cone
[ operating a free library for Tuesday afternoon It was decided Brooker _ '_ ? -___________________ 9.15 :5.71 3.44
of the Father of Our Coun- More interest than usual to Solana Wells Rickenbaker 2 hit
Birth was make house ;
I county and city; and a to canvas New River _ ___________________ 605 3.95 3.00 !
manifested in the by pitched ball, Oliver
election Harvey by
IHEREA3 under the financial try. city Friday morning Sept. the 18th for ; Lawtey - _ ----________________ 8,76 6.39' 3.37 .
1 Green is in con Tuesday in the of struck out Oliver 7 7
Session!! that has enveloped the Congressman chiefly election Clothing boots, shoes, bedding, pil Harvey ; Hampton - _____________________ 7.45Theressa 4.35 ,
stant touch with the activities of two alderman and city clerk, the lows, cooking utensils, dishes, fur stolen bases, Stanley, Solana. 3.10 d
try and
f the high rate of taxes : m ------------- .735: 4.27
the ,United States George Wash- only offices sought by more than niture or stoves- -anything that Hlers, Parks Jones, P. Moore; left All Other '
the tax Districts _ _________ 7.65
payers are Commission candidate. on bases Starke 10 Pals 8 time of 4.51 &14 ,
ington Bicentennial one For aldermen will help to make the poor and sick ; 'e {
( It at Is this time we do not feel which was created by congress to Messrs. J. F Colley and C. F. comfortable during the cold weather. game 2 hours. Umpires, Hoge- The county made an increase of percent was made when It was seen

I ] necessary Just or expedto formulate and execute plans for Hoover were high, Mr. Hoover These things are greatly need boom, Lanier and Solana. 2 mills In both the general fund the schools would not suffer, and
| further
Increase the burden the great celebration In 1932. leading the third candidate, Mr. J. ed. Please have your parcels and fine and forfeiture fund put this was followed by an additional +I
log and for establishing, maln- The United States Commission T. Quigley by one vote. For city ready Friday morning so the work- Hecond OiuneStarkei on 2 mills for outstanding Indebtedness 20 per cent reduction an soon as

I ; operating such library, is placing a good deal of emphasison clerk, Mr Futch showed a lead of ers will not have to cover the AB RHO A R a total of 6 mills Increase practical.

the cooperation of the school 15 votes over Mr. S. L. Peek. ground twice., The stores will be Martin cf 3 0 1 0 1 0 over Writ year A reduction of 1 .

HEREAS while we are duly children*of America in this historic Official canvass of the election ."ked for groceries remnants of Rich, ss 3 1 2 0 3 2 mill was made for county roadi REMIT ATTACK IS FATAL '

dative of the generous gifted event. This"poster-picture Is just disclosed the following: cloth or clothing and, drugs. Wall. 2b 2 1 0 4 1 0 and bridges 12 mills was lopped TO IIAMJ>TUN'H MAYOR

o not by the said J. W. Alvarez one feature of its work. Mayor-H. C. Wall, 190. Anyone wishing to contribute Winters, 3b 3 0 0 1 1 1 off Interest and sinking fund and UIIILK KKATEIJ IN CAB
feel that the benefits to announcedthat Aldermen two elect-J. Douglas c 301310 the school board reduced the
rived Congressman Green ( to F. money may do so by donations or gen- -
b would Justify the cost he will see to It that the Colley. 210; C. F. Hoover, 116; J. enrolling as a member of the society Moore If 1 0 0 1 0 0 eral school fund 4 mills. Jacksonville, Sept. 4. Jerome

HEREFORE project. school, clubs churches and fraternal T. Quigley 115. for the small sum of $1.00 Rick Ib 3 0 1 9 0 0 This would make It appear the f. Houser 58, mayor of Hampton,

we the be it resolved, and patriotic organizations Clerk and Tax Collector-C. A. per year. Redgrave, rf 300000 county has only cut off 11 mills to died of a heart attack while parked

misaloners undersigned county In his district. will be adequately Futch 125: ; S. L. Peek, 110. Mrs. G..P.JRamond.. Pres. Ferryman p 200031 match the state's cut of 9 1.8 mills In-his automobile at First street

Bald for and on behalf supplied with' literature to be Issued -' Tax Assessor-C. A. Knight, Mrs.V CTAj Butch: Treos." aJones If 1 0 0 0 0 0 but the 20 per cent reduction In and Railroad avenue shortly be- I

|fine to county very respectfully by the United State George 186. bP. Moor 100000 valuation represents approximately fore 11 o'clock yesterday morning.Mr. .

"tat accept the said gift or Washington Bicentennial Commission Marshal-A. L. Alvarez, 190. Total 25 2 5 18 10 4 16 mills which means a reduction Houser had been in the lumber +
the reasons. above setIt -. Bradford High School Pals ABRHOAE on the part of the county of business for a number of years,

further resolved The George Washington Bicen- POSTOFFICE WILL REMAIN Football ScheduleSept. Chatham ss 3 2' 2 1 4 0 27 mills, a total reduction by state besides serving as mayor of Hamp- t

sin! the that a tennial Celebration will begin on'I' OPIN ON SATURDAYS Buck rf 4 1 2 0 0 0 and county of 36 1-8 mills. This ton. He was a member of LodgeNo.

rd be RPt official records of this February' 22 1932 and last until 25--Lake Butler at Starke. Solana cf 200100 reduction In valuations' made necessary 129 F. and A. M., and the
record aalde and dedl caC fed the following Thanksgiving Day. Following protests concerningthe Oct. Chleflaad at Starke. Fowler, c i 3 2 3 0 0 the Increase of millage In Hampton Methodist church.

the of these resolutions _-. proposed closing of the post- Oct. 9-Llve Oak at Live Oak. lifers lb 411900 the two funds named, but If present H* leaves besides Ms widow

of the perpetuation of the memo NEW DOCCMKNTARV office on Saturday afternoons, Oct. 16--Fernandina at Starke. Stanley, 2b 312030 laws work out as expected by Mrs. Martha V. Houser; a daughter ;
generous late J. W. Alvarez for STAMPS: ARE READY: Congressman R. A. Green wired Oct. '23-Alachua at Starke. Wells If 300100 I Senator Johns, there Is no reason Mrs. Margie Colley, a son. +'

of said bequest- the cltl- First Assistant Postmaster General Oct. 34 -,Lake City at Starke. Dancy, p 3 1 1 1 2 0 why further reductions cannot be Claude Houser and five grandchildren
county; and It Is with documentary Coleman Tuesday, pointing out Pounds, Sb 300110 made.ln the
H regret Florida's new Nov. 6-High Springs at Starke. succeeding years. all of Hampton.The .
that we deem It the for distributionand the inconvenience such clotting cMarvlck. cf 211000 This 40 reduction ,
er part of stamps are ready Nov. 13-St. Augustine at St. percent granted body will rest at the funeral -
wept the wisdom to decline sale by the comptroller's office would cause rural patrons of the Augustine.Nov. d&uttrcMS, c 100110 taxpayers this year added to the home of Burns lie Clymore un-
said bequest. made office. The congressman asked eHodgeboom 2b 0 0 0 3 0 0 10 percent cut In
''It further according to announcement 20--Wllllaton at Starke. valuation from til tomorrow morning, when It will
rk ot this resolved that the Saturday by State Comptroller that additional help be allowed the Nov. 27-Jasper at Jasper fSolana If 000000 the 1929 tax ,roll, cuts the taxpayers' bft taken to Hampton.tFuneral ser

copy of board furnish a cer- Ernest Amos. office to allow putting In effect the Dates In November'.are subjectto Total 30 10 11 21 11 0 bill In, Bradford county vices will be held from the residence

I.,J. Alvarez these resolutions to The new stamps are In six de shorter hour week without Inconveniencing change. (a)-.Batted for Moore In 5th iquarely In alfa showing no there at 3 p. m. Intt'rmentl I_ _

and N. D. Walnwt nominations. The 10 cent stampsare the public. 'Additional I , | said executors J. of the estate of red; 50 cent stamps blue; $1 help is needed In this office; the: 4 e"-.-Replaced Solana In Bth.d reported. Senator Jobns and Representative VI
w Alvarez and that a allowing only HC'IIOOL: OFFICIALS IIEHE ( .Batted for Fowler In 6th.
Y be furnished stamps, green: $3 stamps black; present arrangement )- Walnwrtght were very Hampton. Sept. 5.-Funeral services '
ty the Bradford $5 stamps red; and $10 stamps one person to serve all windows at I _. ( )---Replaced Stanley In 7th. active In the legislature In putting for Jerome F. Rouser, who i

.L. Telegraph for publication. orange. All stamps carry the seal tjmes during the day, and materially I Sjjpt. W 8. Cawthon was here (f)-Replaced Wells in $th. through legislation to relieve the died Friday of a heart attack In q:

a.Underbill J. ". chairman O. W. e state, the words "Documentarf affecting the service. I last week discussing/ distribution of Summary: Runs batted In, Douglas tax: burden on counties like Bradford his automobile at Railroad avenue

'1 Crews. Rosier, R. T. Osteen Stamp Tax. the amount of In 'his reply to Congressman school funds on the teacher-unit 2,, Hlers 5r Fowler 1, Buck 1, and ,our county and school and First street Jacksonville, will

e following the stamp, and Comptroller Amos' Green Mr. Coleman says: '7he department boats, and also school matters' In Stanley 1, Chatham 1; bae on officials have co-operated fully in be held this afternoon from the

tber'a applications for signature. They are a bit larger does not contemplatethat generaL D. E. Williams from the balls, off Perryman 2, off Dancy cutting their requirements to a Methodist church. South here at I J;

roved pensions for were filed and than the ordinary postage stamp. the shorter work week law department of education Tallahassee 1; two-base mite Fowler 2, Dancy; minimum. 3 o'clock the Rev. B. M. Montgomery -

tre J. P. four months: The stamps went on sale Satur shall result in any curtailment of met the board .of education home run, fliers; struck out by Tax;,Assessor Hayes: pointed out pastor, officiating. k'

ld, 13 00 Brewer !Stwk! on. daY'' at ,the' -comptroller's office., service on Saturday afternoon. In Monday with plans for various Pancy. by Perryman 2; left onbases. Wednesday tbat the. reduction of The Masons will have charge: oCthf d ,y

ta Doshta per month .. I The ten cent itamp. ,are' sold in view of your statement that- will type of buildings and addition to .,Starke 3,., Pals Si .stolenhbsesvrtJtfarvick. 20, percent In valuation'I" could not service at the grave., Inter
Prescott Brooker. others! to Inconvenience the public ttt close botldlngs and went over the situation Stanley ,turned be made
thJ1dren b&k* of 500 each; the ; bcforeU date It WM put tneat will fee..mad* In Hampton "
H.tUe$&.00 p month.. aheeta. Comptroller'Afflon said the the off Ice-the postmaster ha'tieen/ at the Bradford County High runs, gals 9, Starke 2; time of Into effect without completely demoralizing cemetery, underdirectloa of Burn

Atrarea. Starke one others would be placed" on sale In Instructed to furnish aerrtc roo School with the board and made game hour 20 minutes. Umpires, the.chool system of Clymore mortician. Jackson

(Continue on page 4.) each county later. Saturday afternoons. very helpful ommeadaUona, Barstow and Hogeboom. I the county. The first cut of 10 ville.


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., ", how he had opened the door of Morning subject Religion In Com:1 I -- .--.q.;;;;>

'::::::::-:.- .".,,:; ?t; faith unto the Gentiles."" mon Life, Rom. 12:11. "Not Slothful : CHAIN GROUP .ANDBRANCHBANKING I Electric Clocks Have Novel

Ik .. 1_G 'C w{&Jid Thus ended tour.UEKKLY. the first great missionary serving In business the Lord., fervent" In spirit, Design

::< 0 .. : 'r.: It you have company come to

I\\\\ HKKMONKTTK: you, bring them to church. Do not

( from church to get dinner _
1 IR word is. lamp unto feet. and light path.-Psalm 119105. stay away
unto :
__ my _my __ Moro' Love to Thee for your Sunday company. Bankers' Commission. Describes -

: ; itlftpTnririSrtnf All religious teaching doctrine John 21:15,16,17. So whentheyhad Midweek services not to begin Differences Among
tantta or
( : ( : :.:. dined Jesus saith to Simon
It I' 4 4 4. 4 4J444 creed. if they are to have any claim until October. Various Kinds of Multi-
k ipon the love, loyalty and devotion of the people must be in harmony with Peter, Simon, son of Jonas, lovest S .Office Banks.
''L 1t' V. the teachings of Jesus the Christ whose words fit I Into every fold and crevice thou me more than these? He salth PRESBVTKKIW:

; of the human heart and of whom it was aaid in John 7:46: "NEVER MAN unto him Yea, Lord; thou knowest, -

i7, T" 6PAKE LIKE THIS MAN." that I love thee. He salth unto Services Sunday, September 13, nr HE Economic Policy Commission:

.1 ( Pastor of Bradford and Union countlen are Invited to line thin department him, Feed my lambs. 16. He salth as follows: of the American Bankers Association -

j for n iw of church actl\ltle, organizations and announcement to him again the second time, Simon 10 a. m. Sunday school, J. M. has made the following

.*. Space freely given and no charge made-the only requirement son of Jonas, lovest thou me? Truby, supt. statement on various types of bankIng -
being that such Item reach thin office before Wednesday morning, He saith unto him, Yea Lord; thou 11 a. m. Morning worship, sermon -
k I otherwlne they cannot be handled for current' INNue.I ._ know est that I love thee. He saith by the pastor. systems operating through more

: --- unto him Feed my sheep. 17. He 7 n. m. Christian Endeavor. W. thaa one office: .

: I tion and expression that the man. salth unto him the third time, Simon B. 'Barnes; president. Topic, "What "We find that there are recog-- I--_ _, -.!_-- ",,

I I SUNDAY SCHOOL II had faith in Christ and therefore son of Jonas, lovest thou me?' Should our Meetings Accomplish 7" nized in the banking world ,three By Barbara Waring -t tII
4 I said types of multiple banking organizations
p y LESSON spoke to him individually. Peter was grieved because he Leader, George In man

I I I I unto him the third time, Lovest 3 p. m. Evening worship, song namely, rjaln bank systems, AVE you seen the new electric set for the
. i Paul "said with a loud voice thou meT And he said unto him and sermon. group bank systems and branch alarm clocks with illuminated silently to correct ana
,l ,f ig' 4r- FOR SEPTEMBER 13, 1031 not only that the lame man might Lord; thou knowest all things; thou, Prayer meeting Wednesday at 8 bank systems They are alike solely dials They are Just out and they be cleaned Work or Oiled, It DeTer
hear, that, the attention of the mul- I or
I knowest that I love thee. Jesus p. In. In respect to the fact that each are simply gorgeous looking. The The alarm Is a
I Subject: Some mluslonary experiences. tltuda mlghf be drawn to the miracle designers have at last broken that Pieaeatt.,0!
salth unto him, Feed my sheep. A cordial invitation to all our embraces under form of away will ring at
I about to be some common evactly tilt i
performed. When John 13:35.: By this shall all services extended to all. from the old standard alarm clock time for twenty
: :' Golden Text: Blessed are they Paul said "Stand upright on thy know that ,I C i control or Influence two or type and. have produced a time- Is shutahould off-nnd minute
men ye are my disciples, S.
i which are persecuted for righteousness feet" the lame man "leaped and If ye have love one to another. I SANTONRegular more banking places, but here the keeper that adds a really charming be long "nolt twenty"b
sake: for theirs la the walked." similarity stops since there are essential touch to any bedroom. the most deternaln'd to i
Prayer: -- ,
( kingdom of heaven. Matt. 510.: This sudden and full recoverywas differences in organizationand These clocks have rues of satiny This clock hat sleeper,
Lord, it Is my chief ,complaint, preaching: every silver alloy that will not tarnls that ,Is another
Lesson Text: Acts 14823.: recognized as Involving supernatural first and third of eacn administration, especially as worthy of praise '
That my love Is weak and faint; Sunday The finish reflects the color scheme Is Illuminated 1\0
Central Truth: The gospel cannot ) powers, and "the people"In Yet I love Thee and adore; month, Rev. W. B. Christy Law- between branch banking and the of the room in which It Is placed electric, lamp by s imall

' if I fl succeed by compromising the their local speech which Barna. O for grace to love Thee more. tey Methodist church In charger A chain and group forms. and the jet black base Imparts a In back. The ronrrolled by'I

, principles laid down by Christ. bas and Paul did not understand, cordial invitation extended the public "Chain banking is recognized as fresh note of distinctiveness In design Jihe that the dial Igh caD

A k 4 Introduction: Today's lesson tells said "The Gods are come down to DAILY BIBLE HEADINGS tf. probably the least definite form of tbey are quite modern, yet barely visible or DUIII!",

7 *1 of the advance posts visited by us 'It) the likeness of men. And they will harmonize with any style Is almost An...IDcrelL8ed....... L I:
, Paul and Barnabas on the first they called Barnabas Jupiter and -- multiple banking organization. Generally of decoration. And. best of all- they S"",. In addition-"n" to I.elug.u.U 10
!r September 11 speaking this term refers are much more inexpensive aD at
missionary journey. From Antioch Paul Murcurius." Jupiter was regarded to than alarm ckrk It Is also I

.( :i, of Syria those missionaries had as "Father of the Gods," A Secret Retreat Hear my I THE MACHINE AGE merely a string of Individual separately been electric before.alarm clocks have ever Ing night lamp! Iml

:' travelled to Selecula, the seaport and Mercury as the messenger, voice, 0 God, in my prayer; preserve chartered banks owned or Women are not supposed to be Another Interesting' neiu,,,

': for Antioch and at the mouth of quick to speak. my life. Hide me from the controlled through stock holdingsby interested in the mechanical features gany ment U tambour electric 0:1.,,, k. II I

'' & the Orantes river, thence they had "Then the priest of Jupiter, secret counsel of the wicked. APPLIED TO CRIME one or more common individuals, of household appliances, Westminster SXl,

P sailed 123: miles westward to Sal- which was before their city, Psalm 64: 1, 2.fkptemlwr. sometimes without public knowledge but an alarm clock is something which Is astonishingly

L ,, amla on the eastern end of the Island brought oxen and garlands, and ot the common ownership. quite different, for, more than any derlng Jts mechanical 'low r

of Syprus, then they went wO kl'have done sacrifice." 13 Methods Employed by Criminals Frequently the controlled banks other clock in the house it must and the quality of the clbloet elCfIl

": t westward through the island to the Then the Apostles ran In among 'Better I Demand New Police) are be accurate and dependable. The This model has a width of

t 4 : City of Paphos, where'the Roman the people, saying they were not Than Life Because thy Methods, Bankers Association not administered as a coherent new silver alarm Is operated by,a inches and a beautiful siiferw hit!
loving kindness 0 God Is better
whole under the self-starting
guidance of motor
which and
a can never decorated
a, ; governor resided and where the gods, but men like themselves, and Official bands. Bemsiii
sorcerer Elymas Barnabas thus than life, my lips shall praise central publicly known head office, stop or be Inaccurate unless the face a handsome
opposed earring
t prevented the sacrifice to Declares.
thee.-Psalm 63 3.September. but electric current quits
t : and Saul : rather each bank Is run as a altogether, I Its simple sweeping UDee.
and was made blind. them
as gods. Peter prevented The clock is
; i4; From Paphos they left the island Cornelius from__ wornhlnnlno-- .him_.___. 13 separate unit bank in accord with the moat convenient merely plugged light Into timekeeper and Its thlraeIM
ce modern tech. socket.
---mTT'-O by Criminals the wlshe of the dominant Inter. operated by a self
of Cyprus and sailed northwest to (Acts 10-26), and see James 5:17.: USE starting
i The Road to Want He that \ developments such est. In some cases, however thereis -
Perga a seaport of Asia Minor, "And there came thither certain
t and In a low, unhealthy region Jews from Antioch and Iconlum, oppresseth the poor to Increase his as automobiles, machine guns and a central publicly known control TRAIN SCHEDULE killed by the disease, and ,

where Paul probably contracted who persuaded the and riches, and he that glveth to the airplanes have Riven them advantages with a head office that formally su I greater number of weaketJan

malaria which long troubled him. having stoned Paul, drew people him, out, rich, shall surely come to want.- which oUl-faghioned local and pervises the operations of all the Effective Sunday, August Oth \ extent that they will be

- 'p From; Perga John Mark returned of the city, supposing be had been Provo 22; 16. disconnected. police systems are banks controlled, and this Is per- schedule changes and trains will to gather a honey crop SCOT
powerless to combat and the situation haps the more desirable run as follows:
home, while Barnabas and Paul dead. arrange to R. E. Foster, apiary tasp-
September 14 demands the broader modern ment. It lacks, however the No. 107 southbound due Starke
went northwest to Antioch in Piai- Howbeit definite with the State Plant Board
as the disciples'stood
protection of State police systems, legal responsibility a corporate 10:40: a. m. Foster with Jas I.
dla, and InC the Harnl*
Paul round about Picture
synagogue him he of Peace
rose up and The wolf also -
James B. Baum, deputy manager head
organization would No.1. southbound due Starke, senior
c preached a sermon as set out In came into the city: and the next shall dwell with the lamb, and American Bankers Association In have. Each apiculturist with UK
bank in a chain 10:33: : m.
I the 13th chapter of Acts. Thru day he departed with Barnabas to the leopard shall lie down, with the sys p. Department of Agriculturt!
charge of Its crime Investigating tem
operates under its No. 108
riot own capital northbound, due Starke, Washington, Is
a caused by the Jews, Paul Derbe. kid; and the calf and the declares. making ani|
young department and there
is ordinarily no binding 5:39: p. m. slve
and Barnabas were driven from Paul had lion study of the trouble.
consented and the
to the
ston falling together anda
"The Association's Protective relation
among members ot the No. 2, northbound, due Starke, The disease detj
Antioch and causes the
.j went to of Ico-
city ing ,Stephen and now Paul Is little child shall lead them.- Committee has repeatedly urged string. 6:10
ntum; and preached in the 8tone3 : a. m. the larvae and pupae (yoiu
for Isaiah
syna- teaching the same doc 11: 6. the advantages of extending state '
' gogue, "But the unbelieving Jews trine. Group Reeponibility"Group Wannee Branch at the same stage aa Ant
police systems beyond the nine
: stirred the Gentiles -, "' September Vo.. 101 leaves Starke 7 a. m. foulbrood. The main didera,
up long Derbe was only about 160 miles eastern States which have enjoyedthis banking, on the other hand No. 102
time abode arrives 2:40: p. m. the symptoms of the two dl.
I they speaking boldly from Tarsus, the native city of The Fountain of Praise 0 protection tor many years" is a system In which, while the T.
In the Lord * Griffin AgentClosing Is the odor. The foulbrood
And when there Paul
and naturally Paul would Lord Mr. Baum says. "The time has member banks are
open thou separately char-
: was an assault to use them have taken my lips; my is somewhat like old brew
that way home. passed when we can safely rely tered and
mouth shall shew forth operate as Individual
thy praise. of ManeTrain the new disease has an odor
- despitefully, and to stone them * "When .
they had preached the the disconnected and oftentimes
they fled to Lystra and Derbe to that For thou deslrest not sacrifice; else upon units with their own capital, con No. 107,', outh, 10:20: a. m. nearly resembling: decayed fish
gospel city, they returned Ineffective methods of local
f cities of Lyconia' and unto the again to would I give It.-Psalm 51: 15, 16. trol is exercised through a publicly Train No. 108, north 5:20: p. m. a short time after the Infec
Lystra and
to Inconium, and county police. The advent of
known corporate organization Night malls close 6 m. starts the entire will b<
region that lIeth round about: and and Antloch. September 16 automobiles and better roads, to under p. colony
there the direction of a responsible Starke &: Bell Branch: fected.
they preached the gospel. Confirming the souls of the disciples say nothing of machine guns and

A Safe'Fortress head office. It holds Mail closes 7 ,a. m. Killing the In a colonj\ ,
.Then today's lesson begins. and exhorting them to con As the mountains airplanes, demands the same wide openly stock queen
"There sat a certain man at I tinue in the faith. are round about Jerusalem, latitude In authority and field of control of the member banks and i is Mail arrives 2::40 p. m. after 10 days introducing am

; Lystra, Impotent in his feet, who And when they had ordained so the Lord Is round about his people operation' given the police no morally and legally responsible as queen seems to help the colon

foi_ never had walked: thenr elders In every church and from henceforth even for ever, j less than the criminal." the chief stockholder for their administration Blue Bus Schedules recover for a time but the dli
The -Psalm 123: 2.September, Northbound: 8:51: a. m., 1:21: p. reappears later.
heard and
/ ; same Paul speak: had prayed with fasting, they commended the statutory share
Statewide Police Plans Beet
m., 4:15: 8:21
p. m., : p. m., 5:00: a.
; who steadfastly beholding him, them to the Lord, on whom' 17 H* quotes a Kansas judge assaying of their liabilities. An essential feature m.
and perceiving that be bad faith they believed." sheriff is the fact that an organization
that "our of
system Southbound 9:34
' : a. m11:34: a.
to be healed. Paul and Barnabas then travel The Cry of the Helpless 0 of this kind I.
: and constables was not designedto publicly known m. 4:34
: p. m., 7:34: p. m., 12:47: a. it with Flower
: Said with a loud voice, stand led southward God, give which Say
- upright to Perga on the us help against the adversary meet present-day conditions. creates a large degree of Tickets and Information at

: on thy" feet. And he leaped Mediterranean coast, "And when for vain is the help of man. "Every year the robbery experience responsiveness to' public opinion. Smith's Service Station next to *BBBBM*>BBB>.*lM MS><*Bai>***<'fl "**

: and walked. they had preached the word in -Psalm 60: 10, 11.BAPTIST. ot banks in the nine States This i Is true because anything of an courthouse. All

As there Is no mention of a Perga, they went down into Atta. having State police proves the undesirable nature developing in ---SOVTBREAIc Flowers For

synagogue in Lystra, It is probable lla" (another seaport town) "And merits and urgent need of Statewide one member of the group would OF SERIOUS

. that the Apostles preached In the thence sailed to Antioch (In Syria) police protection" says Mr. create public distrust of the whole BEE DISEASE FOUND IN OccasionsGERTRUDE

streets, at the market place and from whence they had been recommended Sunday school at 10 a. m. Come Baum. "Last year, for example group. Therefore Its sense of self- FLORIDA AND GEORGIA. J s m m *'

other points where the people to the grace of God for early, A. J. Thomas, supt. One there were 38 bank holdups In preservation as a group, if nothing Gainesville .'. .
gathered. The lame man had, perhaps the work which they fulfilled." And hundred and five present last Sun Connecticut, Maine, Maryland, else, tends to make it enforce stand- Fla. A rather serious GODBETANDERSON

heard Paul speak before this to that church "they rehearsed all Massachusetts, New Jersey, New ards of conduct throughout the outbreak of a new bee disease,

occasion. Paul saw In his atten- that God had done with and day.Worship York. members of resembling foulbrood, has been
them. at 11 a. m., and 8 p. rnII Pennsylvania. Rhode Island the tcrouo and to assume
found In several counties of North PI!&
and West Virginia where State ,responsibilities for them beyond I Phone 39 Waldo,

''i : ; ; Cobb Hunts police forces are operated" he con ; what mere legal responsibilities Florida and South Georgia. Hundreds -- .... ......yI -
Ty East's
Along Main Street; Travel to tinues. "Although this total Is ex would bring about. of colonies of bees have been

+ L ceptlonally high due to an unpie- "Branch banking Is completely lIP' ._ ....,. . I
.;;, ,, I Florida Via U. S. Highway No. 1 Breaks All Records cedented number of robberies In distinct from the two foregoing '

tIAM..1 .__.__ .. AOOUSTA OA.-Tt> biggest movement New Jersey and Pennsylvania, It Is I forms ot multiple organization in (: .YW 'WY }ulla ulll1 wnldill'EmIlN'
little more than halt the ,number that It does not consist of a string, ,
.? of H
motorist to Florida in the
_ _ of daylight bank robberies suffered chain or group of Independentbanks I
_ bister of the Land at Flower .
u r -
for there is
l _________' In 1930 in Illinois alone. Furthermore only one char-
; ported over I). 8 Highway No 1, which .- c' this total of 38 robberies In tered bank in a branch organization .

since Colonial dayt has been the the nine eastern States was exceeded : and the extensions from It are all In

.. turnout Main. Street of the Eastern In California, where there the form of sub-offices without Bargains. .
( United States.The
-fc'-1. were 42 bank: holdups! and In Ohio separate capital or corporate exist-
tremendous travel over O 8 (
S where banks suffered 40 attacks. ence. For everything that Is done
Highway No 1 eab
has attracted great attention d r.&eeeEr.S -5-t
-H,, because of the fact that bust- Holdups Fewer Under New PisnHit through these offices the bank itself g
neat. depression. bad lead to the Inference we extend the comparison of Is just as responsible legally and in : Have you. heard this expressiont's :
that travel would be alow Cut every other sense of the word as
the robbery experience: in these
-' '.very part of Florida baa been Shed though It were done over its own Purina"Purina
_ _ up from the historic highway affordIng State enjoying State wide police counters in its head office." / As Good As

_ o a. It doea the shortest rout protection to the record In eight -
p i Southward from the largest center of central and far western States we sacks
Crows in Checkerboard
population In the East. find a total 'of'304 bank holdups in Bankers HelpIn

____________ t Statistic gathered t>J chamber ot the latter group. The odds, therefore
_ commerce from all the
7 Lf point along the continue 'to be not less than a report on banker-farmer work. are
rout how that a ocntlnuoua line of
8 to 1 against the banks In these II. Lane
, .. car*, approximately 30% greater than Young Chairman, Agricultural "STANDARD OF QUALITY"
western States, where they are denied .
: during the season of 1039-30. la dally American Bankers ,
6r flowing along this mighty artery of the speedy, coordinated action Association, shows that duringthe -

traffic During to* last week of October of State police and their modern 'past year there were 409 meetings 42 More Eggs-16 Extra Quarts J/////
I 1930. 3.663 automobile b.srtn5 means of transportation and corampnlcatlon. -
k license platea from the atatea of New The same comparison reported In 33 states, with a '

_ _ _ Tork. Pennsylvania. New Jene,. Ohio holds true of the farmers' losses total attendance of 33.57S. County The price of'the best is nowoften less than
Hanoi and a few other were counted through robberies of llrestock. key bankers: numbering 2,541 were.

4' largest entering city the at the Cit,southern ot Miami.Mrmlnu Fla_ -1 ;::a ;;:66fceGl4.eAcHo": -- -a..ea3swsn.a..4aE."le. I 'Moreover, these State police appointed in 39 states. Thlrly-; 0 S the rest

f ot O. a Highway No I, The** BRUT I 84LL. .1'41. W...'VQtA. "TeA, idR04 ::r:1- I forces Invariably yield an operating tour states reported an expenditure

represent an increase of 30% la Miami AND $4a81r'5' __ profit in the amount of fines collected by banks of S105.128! for developing cost

c, o tourlit traffic over lass.season. Tb* hour be spinning along the now completed and the value of stolen property better agricultural practices. In the "Checkerboard Bag" at no extra

1 I Au<
_ _ report an increase In road inqvurte 700 mile. asphalt highway In cutting: down the -cost ot robbery .
mouth of 18% over the 1039-30 sea- running tb* entire length of Cuba S engaged In by banks in 27 states
Insurance might well considerthis
3 ton while aigaaollna dealer there located wblcb numbered 8,193. while .
the larger part of was built by 7,140 projcits
Jui of extending State 'Bradford Farmers
along the highway told the an American arm. Warren Brother or farm programs: were carriedon County
systems as a service to be under.
writer that he bad sold a.OOO more Company. It passes through lush ,,11/fA
by rural people through the Influence
; gallon of gasoline during last December green tropical land dotted with palm, taken alongside the farmers.

than a year before. Big return and allv.. with all varieties of tropuat ..... ot bankers.
travel from Florida la expected life. Brilliant hued parrot and other _ ...'1 FORMER FLORIDA M\N' For three years the Agricultural Supply CompanyStarke

i O. 8 Highway No. I atarttng at Fort goregeously plumed tropical bird are GIVEN l'n() OTIONGalnesvUie. Commission has given special recognition

_ _ _J. Kent amid the frozen north MaIne seen on every aid of the roadway. Fla.-E. O. Moore, to the state reporting the
' woods wind It* way southward Equally impressive scenery u viewedall
' until two years ago assistant editor -S highest record of accomplishmentsand
: through the greatest title along the I along O. 8. Highway No. 1. In the ,
, America ha aver known cnotonna Florida
:1 Atlantic Seaboard. Boston. New Tork. .. for the Florida Agricultural year Georgia achieved flrat ,
: United atatas, It rolls over the along the highway. Ty Cobb says h.
:-bj Philadelphia. Washington Richmond. I beautiful pin land of Virginia and gets more quail near the highway In a Extension Service, has just been I IS place with Its banker-farmer agricultural Better Feeds Better Sort'Ice
' Va. Columbia. 8. O, Augusta da.i ., Into the undulating realm of the Appalachian day than In two day Urn in th. wild promoted to the position of assist. program. Representatives -. PUR/f/ !)'
4 I
4 t Jacksonville and Miami in Florida. Its foothills. Her la a favored country fat distant from It. I I IS I ant chief of the Press Service,' of the Georgia State College; and
i. 1 :Lea: mile stretch la M.1'% pared all land tot VIe hunter. Rangy hiublllle any other .port* activities) can b* S United States Department of Agriculture S officials of the Georgia Banker The Store with the CheckerboardSlsn [HCYIW3'9MM

I mootb concrete and asphalt with the aauntvr along the Highway with witnessed b, the motorist la the MUM I according to word received -S Association developed the methods --
k .> t exception of 30 mile of bard sand road their trusty gun In band alert to kill along the way. At Alkea. 8. 0.. dally by X Francis Cooper, extension .S aid policies! which made It possible ::
_ .rhlcb will GOOD Become an obsolM the unwary quail who attempts) *o polo gam**. drag hunt three times aweak. foi Georgia to out
:f part of U. 8. Highway No. 1 whea anew crew tb* roadway on ka aired. aevaraJ golf tournament. a editor. Mr. Moore resigned which carry an effectiveprogram
c 4t. concrete aectlon of road paralleling pleasant moraine down Augusta way hone show and a .tjplciiaa. win two years ago to become associated - emphasized "dIrect.
it I* completed Prom Key West the tourtat may ;gllmps U>. -oorclaPeach. faature the winter aesaon whll: graat I with the U. .a.:". D. A. Press Service ed c'edlt from' banks for producing Profitable feeds for livestock and poultry They

. Fla" the motorist can ihlp hi* car one .- n** Tyrua Raymoa: Cobb. on I doing ar planned at Augusta and and hla promotion cornea aa crops on the live-at-bome bails." lower cost of and make more
? > sMamw V> Bavaot and within aU of toe moat famous rrrtT'l player Southern PUva. I I your production you
i ..:... .__ :recognition of11s abl! 'Y' profits.TWO .

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t USF.PTEIBER: 11. 1931 BI CA D F'OKD'
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women. It is also stated that first guaranteed to. make It profitable]I i -
preference will be given to Bartow for the monthly sailings to be SOME DEPRESSIONS'WORSE ; ; Ill
New!! of Florida In Short Paragraphs people", ,tint* but It the will company be unable/ anticipate to fill- scheduled. THAN THIS L OYl'l: Know? + T I Ir

Its: list of employes from that city. I Gainesville Of all the soil building -
aIl I crops tried out in north and
t St. Clcud -- Six million dollars west Florida the Austrian: per: By ROME C. STFPHENSON

r LIVE STATE NEWS is lying idle In 'the rich soil around stands at the top. These peas are Pr'JC'.of m r/rd.Ba"IIra.of"oelatio.OoJI ."' -- a,( 'A "-_'_
St. Cloud and the at the rate 'of 30 l.. ,,;': ,:; : Y ,
sown ,
LJTOLD only way to get pounds per !: of the ,most significant aspect ,' {, !;1.- "r:' ,'If r.# .', --
It Into circulation Is for the popu- acre during the early fall. In most of the present builnesa 1a A,
lation to join hands and dig it cases they serve as a good grazingfor : , :
period la that while we had'a' spec- 'te- ,.. ,; ::. : ;
out. The foregoing is the gist of hogs and cattle during winter. '
u 1 la, t I y e '
the statements .
made at the joint They are turned under about panic and

__ .. .. drainage committee meeting by March 20th and can be followed) while
-- ft" __ ___.. .. .. we have
bankers and business men of St. with corn. Corn grown after a bad a general !
..vine two thousand one I son by visitors making the trip to Cloud who are behind the -four crop of this kind where growth s aconomlebreakdown rw

seventy are register- the tarpon "grounds" on the boat mile canal to the south of the produces eight to ten thousand yet

H and coming electionher ,Corean Capt. John Harrell re city designed to open up approximately pounds of peavlne per acre, will we have not I
ute In the MOO 'additional acres of yield from twenty to fifty bushels bad any semblance ,,\
to set an all time: ported. The fish have ranged In such lands
15 here. of corn per acre without the use k of a asx wr ii1o.. rc. y. \
for Gainesville.eten \ weight from 35 pounds to J35 and --' of commercial fertilizers nnaDclalp8nlc. wrie.4.. r"+GNi1b41J.adh; hya hy/'f

averaged 70 pounds Captain Har Malone The first cooperative such as occurred '.\ ,
> Plnnelll1s coun- rell stated. hog sale of the season for Jack Live Oak.-Proot that the race in 1907. (
the smallest In son county Isp.'t the was and in other
,gh >nt '"f was conducted in Ma- always to swift e'
? farm lands valued at Tampa-Fiscal survey of the affairs lone Tuesday. Four oars were forthcoming again near here this years' when the

nc j60'e
figures reveal. completed by a firm of public accountants hogs. County Agent Sam Rountree, squall ruffled the waters of Pea- ma-
h1m and auditors engaged to who conducts the sales in Jackson cock lake. In a boat on the lake cblnery broke down and we had L

Laude'dale A huge fe- make an audit of the city's books county stated that they were the were three negro fishermen. The money panics suspension of specie
L tan-enting shark weighing annually show that In the last best bred and most uniform hogs boat was capsized-two negroes payments and kindred disasters.None ..

1.M1 1.1.I I. ads, and carrying 11-young four years the bonded indebtedness that have left the county within drowning. The man who escaped financial of these elements of a true! s 4 a
has been at
panic In
as caught by Vincent Mar- I. of the city has been reduced the last three years, since he has' -Clarence Wright by namewasthe present
Issic N J.. sporting goods by the sum of 92,365,500. been serving the county as its ag only cripple of the trio, being this time depression of the 1930's. At no
was the banking
M1i structure
M1u i ricultural agent.MacclennySenator. handicapped by a wooden leg. whole shaken despite the unpre-
Bartow-The Polk county! press Searchers were still looking for the cedented rate of small bank failures

Petersburg- -A modern trade association. is planning the publication T. J. Knabb bodies of his companions Charle that it had to absorb.. At no time
I: Utlonal school Is to be op-( of a rotogravure section to is busy having a fence built about Evans and Wyman Simpson. The was the banklng,and credit machinery -

k St. Petersburg the state I be used by each newspaper of the 5000 acres of land In the Manning three men were shop employes here I unable to extend support to the
ti ,unty having appropriatedwith [county. All sections of the county section south of the A. C. L. rail- of the Live tak. Perry and Gulf panic-stricken and broken stock
which to equip the will .be represented. It Is expectedthat road which he will use as a pas railway. market and cooperation to all
i thousands of extra copies of ture for a large herd of cattle. Sen kinds of business and manufactur

-- this section will be used by busi- ator Knabb already has a large Camp Walton--Before another ing. Anyone would have been a
t JI--Mlaml will be 30 hours ness firms and civic organizations. pasture north of state road No. 1 summer rolls around the Island wise prophet who could have foretold
'eW York by rail the come which he has stocked with native Amusement company, Camp Wal- that our banking and credit "

ter when the Florida Key West-The biggest water- cattle and pure bred bulls. This ton-on-the Sound will base several structure would stand up so well d.rA.teerMAr .
II East I e..J1.a N..J gnus, .,
'Railway company puts spout in this Island's history and new pasture will be used on the added attractions to entertain 'under conditions so bad.
trains ever to same plan a the summer visitors. Dr. J. the Rlchlelleu River. I Ie one of the greatest eel! fishing river' In
the fastest possibly as big as any ever recorded other pasturefor H. Beat, THAT .
tate ,.. the Finance Taking Cut world N... St. John Que., more than 100,000 pound are
between these cities. lasted for some 30 minifies: two building up of a herd of Camp Walton booster and builderIs
caught yearly to find ready market il
In Holland and
J miles off this Island. The house- fine cattle from native stock. the moving spirt behind the And banking and, corporate finance such sa those shown In the picture are thrown ncroa Germany.the rlvar Wlra and ; i

v Port Rlchey-A valuableof boat of Wm. R. Porter, the Idler, I plans to provide a '75-foot obser- In this period of depression are unflinchingly the! descending the tram at night, finding their way barred by f,
travertine marble, oneIfew was only a half mile from the disturbance Ocala-Marketing hogs early is vation tower a regulation large taking their portions of these obstructions follow along them to be I.d Into the trapa placed A,
yet discovered in the and was shaken about paying the farmers of Marion size swimming pool, an, auditor, short rations and enforced self-de- by the fiahermen. MIt' legenda exist' concerning eels one being that y

located at New Port violently by the waves and wind county, says Clyde H. Norton, ium large enough to take care of nlal that the nation's need for readjustment they were worshipped_.by___the_Egyptian. ,
- and I all conventions -- --- -- -- .m-- ----
be quarried plac- it produced. county agent. Mr Norton says and a number of demands. Interest rateson
i market. these farmers are beginning to already completed and ready for money yields on securities and AIKUIT OF MILK CXHVM milk pall she Is not as valuable asher

Monticello Plans for a cam- realize that they can get the best cozy beach cottages. Theer are In (dividends on corporate Investment IS BRING JUDGED IIVritODUCTION I homely' slater that delivers the

;onvllleFlorida farm land paign to increase production of prices for their hogs by selling use this summer the fishing pier have all dropped to levels that constitute KKCOUDS goods )
killings were valued at fall crops of vegetables, including early in the fall. A recent surveyof 80 feet out In the' gulf, several drastic reductions in the 4) -- 11'

(6,262 aa of April 1. 1930 it cabbage, carrots, squash and tomatoes the University of Florida exten- beach cottages a number of dressIng compensation These (By Spuds Johnson.) Y
,'sled by census figures madeby are being prepared here sion service shows that during the rooms and provisions. for deep are .- .GARDENS AND I'ANTHIKS $
the United States census by E. H. Flnlayson farm agent for past three years September hog sea fishing. but part of the necessary economic It seems' that first things are BULGING WITH FOOl H,

a copy which was re- Jefferson county. Mr. Flnlayson of prices have been about two cents realignment that all phases of thecountrY'1I about to be put first at last The

here. the various truck crops in sufficient per pound better than the December Tallahassee -. Home economic workings, lire must go 'fairs are beginning to give weightto Bonlfay, Fla. Holmes county
.' and January classes In Florida, public schools through before a general revival of '
volume to permit marketingto prices. the fact that good dairy cows gardens and pantries are bulging
die--Other cities may cash' the best advantage. will be open to boys this year and business activity can start should be good milk producers.For with home-grown food according- ,GI
the shipment of frog legs Jacksonville An order by'the special short courses are being "It Is nty belief -Indeed It In my what purpose are duiry or to Mrs. Bettle Caudle, home demonstration -

Belle la the only town in Fort Lauderdale A semi- post office department transferring worked out especially' for their hOI> -that the.\ tempo of the next milk cows kept anyway? They agent. The large number r

producing, frog legs as large monthly steamship service between distribution' of Florida parcel, benefit, Miss Boletha Frojen, state cycle of prosperity will be somewhat certainly aren't kept ,For the aole of gar Jens planted this year
ing chicken legs. And they -Jacksonville and Port Ever- post malls passing through the supervisor of home economic education more moderate than the mad ?r primarily purpose of beautifying look exceptionally fine, and unus-

ug. legs are better than chick- glades will be Inaugurated Sep- Tenn., gateway to the Jacksonville revealed here in her annual whirl .of jazz that brought the last the landscape. At least they ually largs amounts of fruits and fi

s tember 23. The Betty Weems of terminal railway post office effective report on the department's activ one to a close. I think it will be aren't kept for that purpose by vegetable rulve been canned for
the B.. and C. line will be'the first September 15, was Issued at (ities., Miss Frojen said boys could agreed) that the worst aspect of the those who expect the cows to pay I home use'and for market.

n Springs The smallr ship to enter Florida's newest port, Washington. Commenting on the benefit greatly by short courses in collapse of that period of faille prosperity their way and make a profit be- Mrs. Caudle recently visited 70
of unoccupied dwelling 13 miles from Miami and .,claimingthe order of transfer Senator Fletcher home economics. She said the ape la the condition of Insecurityfor sides. Filling the milk pall In the homes In the county, ant} stated

i la Tarpon Springs is very deepest harbor of the South said itwould necessitate some enlargement instruction was nut to be con- employment which It caused. primary purpose for which. dairy. that In most of them she found between -
[ ble. It Is said that there Atlantic in the Jacksonville post sidered .slssy..Her.pnnual report cows are kept. 700 and 800 Jars and cans a'
empty houses in the city office in order to handle the new outlined in detail the activities the Unemployment Is our greatest pub And now a news report says of fruits and vegetables. One club

JI.D at any time in the last r LaBelle-Funds will be available business. home1'' economics department and lie problem tochyUnemployment -. s that Nebraska State Fair authorities girl had canned 1,035 quarts beside -

feia. about March, 1932, to start the stated that considerable progress Is the worst wage are Inaugurating a plan where- saving a considerable quan-
first of the work on Caloosa- Sebrlng--The Sebrlng municipal had been made' during the past cut that the worker can suffer, It by production records will be given tity of fruit Juices.. That not '

sonville- .The port of Jack- hatchee river which Is to give the light and water plant shows a sub- year I Is that the business worst has cause to drive of stagnation against. weight In judging dairy cow*, needed will be Hold to provide extra ,

lie contributed 591,556 tons river the discharge capacity of stantial profit according to the --- The Semi-official records, such as those money.
sooner we can get
1 state that Florida recent audit made, despite a Milton Corbet Riley, living our masses made In herd
placed 2,500 cubic feet of water per second number of workers hack Into Jobs on almost Improvement or cow
I in the nation's foreign com- for the control of Lake Okee- of accounts charged off to northeast of Milton on the Black- the better testing associations will be ac
any terms It will be both
1 during last year according chobee flood waters, according to profit and loss and a large amount water river, who has the distinc- for capital and labor. cepted. Minimum numbers of COFFINS & CASKETS '
ormation received from 'theI Lieut. Col. L. V. Frazier of Jack- owing the plant by the city for tion of having marketed the first pounds of butterfat produced in a ;
I States shipping board. sonville, district engineer for the street lighting and fire hydrantsand watermelons In the section for the year have been set up for cows of And a Full] Line of t

war department. other purposes. After allbwing past three yars, was marketing a TRUST BANKING different ages.! Undertakers' Supplies
echobee- As the commercial $37,095. for services to the city and crop of exeptlonally fine Bermuda That plan Is being tried this fall

season on Lake Okeccho- Orlando A survey among 14953.45 for bad accounts a net onions here and in Pensncola for the first time. It should work AUTOMOIHM3 HKUISHAlware

ened with September equip- prominent real estate brokers of profit of $14,256.75 is shown for last week. These onions are as SPREADING FAST out well, and Its success will be .. Mnd. The h... '
{IS being made ready at Moore the city reveals promising possibilities the past two years. clean'and pearly white as can be, watched by managers of other ..,..1... lit th. ......... prlvoB.prrljtl .
and Okeechobee, the only for. the coming season her- -' grown in any section all of practically : fairs throughout the country ntt..tlan to teltvraptiard i

that, have fish packing alded by the beginning of Septem- Palatka-.Horace Griffin' 18, was uniform size, and'of excel Government Official Shows Of course It's all right to have I >,.

ber. While there is no undue optimism In Putnam county jail tonight, lent flavor. In fact they are justas I That'ThU'' Type of Finan- cows that look, pretty, have the ,HKIiHtTKHKlI, HMHALMRItDEWITT 1
- I. realtors agree almost charged with the murder ,of his good as can be grown in any cial Service is right kind of form and the proper C. JONES
a The Taylor & Martin unanimously on the activity in father, Wade Griffin, the tragedy. section of the country ,We understand Enlarging shape, but dnlry cows are not bath- TAIIKH.

girds may load beef cattle I medium-priced homes, which fore- having occurred early in the evening : Mr. Riley had no trouble in Its. Field. Ing beauties on parade. If one VE.OHIIIA
fill; l and winter as well as I casts a steady influx of visitors. at their home in a suburb of marketing the entire crop except -- looks pretty but 'doesn't fill the
| according to Sam Martin, Palatka. Griffin was shot in the what he had sold In ,:Milton to a SPECTACULAR growth of trust

or He said that he had alI Avon Park-More than $85,000of I back with a shotgun loaded with wholesale company. Just another In the banking field It -

I been approached by one cater delinquent taxes have been collected buckshot. The shooting took place i cash crop opportunity for Santa i fleeted In the national banking system

|> regarding the handlingar by the city In the last ten [. about 50 yards from the house. I Rosa county farmers Aubrey n. Carter In charge of

of steers. months, according to figures givento Griffin is survived by six children Trust department supervision In 1 1v
by of whom Horace, who Is alleged to' Lake City- -Willie Glasscock and PUBLICSALE
the city council City Clerk the ofllce of Comptroller\] of the Currency
ter Haven- have fired the fatal Watel Woods have given Lake
The'Inspection shot is the
and Collector Youlse Brown. It Is Washington I). C., bring
|a of the Florida state de- expected the"coming month's collections oldest.Mrs.: Griffin died several I City a modern bath beach having out In an article' in the American t
ent of agriculture citrus diwill will carry total over the months ago. cleared up a space and arrangedr. .
\ sandy beach and a high dive out Hankers Association Journal.
open its headquarters $90,000 figure set In the budget, -
"At the close of the 1030 fiscal
S city Tuesday September 1, as anticipated. Chipley--Neel Green, negro. Is In Lake DeSoto where the beach SEPTEMBER 19 1931
> announced here by Nathan dead here at the age of 109 years. shelves off Into a ten foot depth. A year there were 2,472 national

commissioner of ag lcul- New Port Richey The state Green's "white folks" decendants bath house with private dressing bank with trust powers," he nay*.. ,
of the family which held the rooms has been built. Speed boats "Their banking resource aggregated
road department has a of negro
men working on the "missing link"in as a* slave, have records which also ply the lake and a refresh 123.529,100,000, which reprssnted At the Residence of II. J. Cox, East Lawley

nil Comparison of the I Gulf Coast highway, state road show that the'negro was born in ment stand quenches the thirst of 34 per cent of the number

t for Volusia county for last ,, No. 15 between Port Richey and 1822. Chipley's grey haired elders the thirsty these hot days, the Ga of banks and 80 per cent of the

and one adopted by the board Crystal river, has started the construction recalled that the negro was grey- zette says Glasacock 'and Woodsare total banking resource of the 7,252 @ 9.b
missioners I haired when they were now building a dancing pavll national
shows reductions I of culverts on the south younsters banks. Trust department -'- 1
ctlcally all funds and dls- part of the road. The culverts are I and said he was chief fiddler at all lion and when completed dancingwill had been established b> 1,829 of r
The decrease community dances in "the good be held on Tuesday and Sat-
In expendl- being constructed of concrete and these hanks which were administer.
allows a marked saving to the material for this work is being old days." Green, who lived with urday evenings Pee Wee Newman's ing 79.900 Individual trust with I
yens his 80-year-old son-in-law wan active popular orchestra will fur Furniture of, all kinds kitchen
unloaded at Homosassa Springs. trust assets aggregating $..473", '
up to the day of his death. He nish the music for the dancing ac- I jo
and In addition
000,000, were administering
'e City. -Mr. and Mrs. J. -W. Macclenny Work of remodel possessed a good memory. cording to the Gazette. 11,509 trust
corporate *
equipment farm
implements too
of numerous
Lakeland church ,
recently; ing the First Baptist
and acting a* trustee for outstanding
11 153 St. Miami-Miami has several
acres of the Cedar building at Macclenny began a few Petersburg First unit of pecu-
farm from the Federal Land days ago and will be completed as the J900.00O federal soldiers' home liar Industries dependent upon note and bond Issue aggregating mention. Come and look it over. You
can buy
and intend to establish a soon as possible. Remodeling at Seminole Point will consist of what nature provides In that par 11803700000.
c'aa' dairy farm. He will I plans call for a new roof new between 12 and 13 buildings and ticular subtropical region. One of "Those figure represent an Increase

a J herd of Jersey cattle here .flooring, additional Sunday schoolrooms preliminary plans call for an ultimate -i the unusual lines of business found during a, four-year period of at private sale any time between now and date
the first of January. and other much needed expansion to between 40 and I here is the making of pottery out 428, or 22 \per cent. In the' numberof
I of rare tropical hardwoods. While national bank authorized
buildings to
of 160 extending over a
several per
An expenditure
,:aM Not ,In recent changes.thousand dollars will be. required led of between five and 10 years. I wooden pottery Itself may be no exercise trust power; an Increase of sale, at a bargain. First come-first served.
..e < -'ly demand for furnish.years : to make' the Improvement t The first hospital unit will have [I rarity, woods that resemble mar- of 723:;, or 68 per cent, In the number .
1 IDea seen as active has I I a capacity of about ISO patients ble and stone In color marking of banks actively administering

the i. this year local as real. Clearwater Clearwater, county I while the general plan calls for an I and weight, fashioned into vases, trust; an Increase of 8.r..370 or Terms of irate are cash before removal of any
ty From figures available seat of Pinellas county Is to Institution with a capacity of be- urns bowls, lamp bases, candlesticks Zee; par' cent. In the Dumber of I
estimated that tween 4,000 and 5.00O patients. and what not, are of striking trust being administered: ; an Increase purchase.Call .
fully 25 have a new postofflce, govern-
of the small Work is expected to be started In Interest. Growing along the of f3.5UO.000.00', or 333 percent
furnished resin ment appropriated approximately
la the volume of individual
usually listed and r January or early In February, keys or Islands around the) south
at this time. $200,000 for the work
trust asset under administration
already )I .. end of Florida are some 25 or more '
been taken. Col. Theodore H. Skinner, Clear- I Penaacola-Inauguration of kinds of trees with wood of such and an Inersas of J,340OOO.OUO, or' on 11. J. Cox, general manager for 'us
water architect has been selected reg- 379 per cent. In the volume of bond
hardness fine
ular monthly callings from Pen- grain that articles
neavlIJeAccording to the office department to 1
fig by post of unusual Issue outstanding for which thai
obtained sacola to Pacific beauty and color
Coast will -
from the construction work. ports I -
records at supervise the Institution were acting a. tru "
begin next Tuesday with the sailing are made resembling pottery. <1Q'c5
bUilding permits grant- Work is to start within a few I teea" Q)
ring the of the steamship Point Bonib
nrst ,
31 exceeded the eight months :weeks, It Is reported. of the Gulf-Pacific line. This line I i These fact, be conclude.,'are "a
total for the -
of steamers has been : Richmond striking testimonial of the growing
Glldlllg operating City council
period Workmen are engaged appropriated
in 1930 by Bradenton public recognition of the desirability
3. \\'bUe : I for a long time to New Orleans $16,000 for purchase and '
the addition to
etCbt figures for the In building an of the corporate fiduciary In the H. J. COX & COMPANY
Mobile Tampa and ,Tex. of at 100
months already exceed the Hill Brother cannery in BartOW' ports repair property Clay settlement of estate. and the adUalatratloa kd
ogre year of 1030 added announcement from the Pacific Coast, but a few :street for colored branch library.
by $7,424. with the of truSt." ,
weeks it was agreed to add Groveland Frank Corte .r
for the ago I -
that when the plant opens "
bicol& seventy seven 1031-32 season It will offer employment Pensacola to the regular Gulf port completed Installation of new fixtures Baldwin, Florida

lave been caught thJa sea i to more than 40 men and. of can. Sufficient: tonnage WM .1 la U-Nele Restaurant


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-- -'----- fifteen mills upon the dollar be levied -
1930 transferred
-- 'la from
play in the large living room, I ing budget was adopted rot January A. D. : been lowered 20 per cent with and assessed for the year, A. D. Hampton tr Lodge
which together
r assessment, Mayor
which was most attractive, fall To meet the current expenses Incidental I 01
General Fund, reluctlon in millage reduces the 1931, on all the property embraced number of Year, 1
lowers being used to advantage In of circuit court and necessary to the operation within the boundary of bonded special He Is
of ,
' Salary Clerk taxes on real 'estate for the year,, survived ,
lflci&tIAUIES decorating. \iadded as county auditor and clerk to of the public schools'of 1931, about CO per cent. tax school district Number lit,, Mrs. Martha v HouserI.
When scores were high commissioners, 150000. the county and to pay the salariesof Uyng and being' Bradford county Houller ! .

i prize went to Miss: Madge Middle- Per Diem and mileage of county' teachers and repair school Estimates having been made by Florida, described on page 92,, Ray Colley a daUghter, ,
I'i several special It
'ton. Mrs. H, B. McLendon and l commissioners, $750.00. houses as estimated by the county the trustees of the Book No. 7, minutes county com- brothers, HaIDPI '
a AUXILIARY OF THE Mrs. J. J. Canova, recent brides,, for attendanceon board of public.:: Instruction it is special tax school districts numbered missioners. Houser TholIliU Ho

t, 't ., PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH; were presented gifts. Pay county of commissioners sheriff 5000. determined and hereby declared I, 2, 3, 4, 6, 1, '8, 10, 11, 12, Resolved, that the tax assessorin St. Louis,| and, M ,rover Ho ,

q :MEET The following players enjoyed an Attorney for county commissioners that a tax of 6 mills upon the dollar 13, 15, 16, 17 and 18, asking thata and for the county of Bradford Services
t 1 McLendon assessed and Is here- certain mlllage be assessed wen on.110.JiKLsS,
Ice course: Mrs. H. B. ,, $30.00.Supervisor. be levied, and state of Florida be and he Is
The Ladles Auxiliary of the Mrs J. J. Canova, Mrs. T. T. Lung,, of registration, $240., by imposed upon all, the propertyIn against all the property in said hereby directed to levy and assess
r LI Presbyterian" church met at the< Mrs D. P. Carpenter, Mrs. H. C. the county of Bradford on the districts as follows: ,
+ I Repairs to county buildings;: the foregoing taxes as fixed by
} t''t'I' + I home of Mrs. John Uglow Tuesday Ritch,' Miss Minnie Gruber, Miss Jail, $100.00; court house, $50.00, .. let day of January 1931. Special sub-school district, No. 1,, this boar upon the property according Rev. W, B. Hicks TI'itr'

;' evening. Ethel Griffin and Miss Madge. Mid- Expenses of county buildings] To meet the expenses to be paid 7 mills. to said millage so fixed in Santa Fe -emeleri'i
lJ ; L y Mrs. H. H. Young, president, dleton. :Janitor, $480.00; Light, fuel and out of the widow's pension fund Special subrschool district No. 2,. and determined by this board on Masonic order WUI."

r '':f 4 c presided during the evening. Miss water, $450.00; Insurance, $100.00; It Is determined and hereby de- 8 mills. alb the property subject to'taxation, pallbearers W in charge
' Mabel 'Weller led the devotional BAPTIST W. M. S. Furniture and fixtures, jail, $100.-I clared that, a tax of one-half mill Special Bub-s TO MEET
,. subject being CIRCLED 00; court house, 5000., upon the dollar be levied, assessedand 10 mills. to all taxes levied and intended to i son, W. A. Mixson Alexander G.l
k 1k Tithes. Incidentals, ,$500.00., is hereby Imposed upon all the Special sub-school district No.. 4,, J. F,J
was In charge of The circles of the Baptist W. M. be entered on the.assessment roll I .
The program I Allowance to Paupers outside of property lying and being in the 10 mills.
under the head of county taxes and Suwannee g
the S. will meet In the following homes
i talk on
district No.
the you poor house. 9150000. .rCoroner's. county of Bradford on Special sub-school all the property lying and be- nearlng completion
all' r' people'st Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock. upon here
: :Of .y9un8f.
.Beginning Inquests, $150\ .00- of January 1931.., 10 mills.
; in districts named within the
t { given"by Miss Lucille Circle No. I, with ,Mrs. C .A.
1 work", was and sub-school district No. 7,
Insanity Inquiries, etc.,' $50.00. For the encouragement promotion Special
Bradford of the first
county as
t" Barnes spoke Knight; leader, Mrs. J. M. Brownlee. NOTICE OF
+ :Mitchell. Mr. Will authorized 10 mills. AI'PI.lnTla"
Stationery and Printing: Gen. of agriculture as
r day of January, A. D. 1931. : : :
World. rehlrt.6n
p on "This Mo4efn ; eral blanks etc. $150 under chapter 7302, Acts of Special tub-school district No. 8, Notice Ie h ,
stationery ; Resolved that the clerk of the ..
: B.
i I Following the,, business session Circle No.2, with Mrs. A. M. I Welle. hul 1"- record $150.00 advertising 1917. it is determined and hereby 10 mills.
books. No
; ,
202. lith
Bible leader Mrs. circuit court and the clerk of the dn7) Jl
the Darby Darby.u
conducted ; AueuK
4't w Mr.: Barnes law and declared that tax rate of one- Special sub-school 'district No. I tll..1
; required by paid by commissioners a pro board be and he Is hereby directedto ""lIfl
d Circle No. 3. with Mrs. O.' p.. my and ,
i ), i study $250..oo.Commissions half mill upon the dollar be levied, 10 10 mills. tax deed mkd 1PplIr&t
furnish E. W. tax to IMSU
discussed' and made Raymond. Hostesses Mrs. Raymond Hayes, assessor !h'-r/J. ..
L t"'J : .k p were the Hallowe'en party tot and Mrs. L.. G. Hemingway paid to officers: assessed and Is. hereby imposed Special sub-school district No. of Bradford county, Florida, a I ance......c..with law. Skid "'III1Ia'I. '

? J relative be'given( ,to all; .' the home of'Mrs C, N. tax assessor, $2000.00; tax'collec. upon..all.the.. property in the county 11, 10 mills. full and complete copy of the fore- erty. altuatedllIr irafu, ", IM',, ,
of sub-a hool district No. t
tor 150000. orBradtor, ,on the 1st day Special going minutes so-far as it re- Florida to-wit '

Christy the, October closer of 30th.the evening Mrs. COMMISSIONERS. DECLINE Sheriff general court work, $800. January, 1931, to meet the current 12, 3 mills. latea to the subject of levying quarter South went of quart, ,., "t 80.,r,

1 I At her daughter OFFER OF LIBRARY Clerk circuit court, recordingand expensesJ,1,1 Special sub-school district No. taxes, etc.Resolved/( It Twp, South Hanlre cosine rf
fM Uglow, assisted by court work,'$45(),OOt) > r ,To ,meet estimatedto 15, 10 mills. acres
general Jh)O t !expenses
Cnarlew* ,Ward; served 'refreshments (Continued from page 1.; further, that the clerk The aHKfuHmi." ,, ,?
Mrs .4
I, 1., to those present. Expense of election, 75000. be necessary to be paid out. of Special sU -8chool district No. and-auditor of the county be notified under the Bald ', if i,*" T".r",,
forfeiture fund, it is 16 10 mills. In the name of 8 1I11f,,
h ..._. Indexing, $50000. the.find and of the amounts to be appropriated -, Unless Bald
''I y S'' MRS-iANnEIlSON IS child, $3.00 per month. Reserved for contingencies determined and hereby declared Special sub-school district No. to the different accountsout redeemed! at''ordl"g t'tltleatt. ]1..11'II,

Mrs. Pink Thornton, Starke, that a tax rate of 4 mills upon the 17, 10 mills. will IBRUB therco,l. 'k, 12\1.'
i HOSTESS TO W.,M. S. Fine Si Forfeiture Fund of the total taxes levied for all October A. D. 1931
three children, $9.00 per month. dollar be levied assessed, and is Special sub-school district No. Dated this
Sheriff and deputies cost bills in purposes 9th *) ,"If"r ,.
Mrs. Beulah Kelly, Starke, three hereby imposed upon all the prop 18, 10 mills. A. 0. 1931. "
i Both circles of the Woman'sMisslonary There being no further business
criminal $3000,00.County' n. ,
cases, u ,
children, $9.00 per month. erty lying and being In the countyof The trustees of the several districts II.DER I
Society'of the Methodist judge, cost bills'In criminal the board adjourned until the next Clerk It. 'IT uit c...
Mrs. Dove Holder, Starke, two named certi- Bradford
Bradford on the let day of January above having
., church were entertained cases, $800.00.County regular meeting to be held the 1st 0-11-5t-10-9.
't f A. W. children, $6.00 per month. 1931, for the fine and forfei- fied the rate of millage voted to be
I afternoon by Mrs. Monday In October 1931.G. .
; prosecuting
E: i Mrs, Lizzie Tompkins, Starke, ture fund to meet the current expenses assessed as above set, forth, it was
meeting one child, $3.00 per month. conviction fee & salary, $1200.00. .. as estimated in the budget.To determined that the tax rate so W. Alderman, Clerk.

Mrs. Lettie Stilley, Starke, one Bailiffs, pay for attendance on meet the expenses estimatedto fixed be levied and it is hereby I .
r. t iance roses in baskets and tall criminal court, 15000. JEROME: F. HO USER GAIETY
a vases were used to brighten the child, $3.00 per month. be necessary to be paid out of fixed and assessed" against the
Witness fees, 30000.
+ n room The board of bond trustees by the building fund, it is determinedand property of each of the above named -
living where the guests were Sheriff's commission on fines, Jerome F. Houaer born at
amended resolution asked that .
tl hereby declared that a'tax special tax school districts for 1 THEATRE
;t 4s-' seated there be raised for the year 1932, eac., collected 40000. rate of one-half, mill upon the dollar the year, A. D. 1931, In the coun- Springs In Meigs county, Tennessee -
; :i r "Onward, Christian Soldiers. the sum, of 80050.00 for the Feeding prisoners, 120000. : August 1, 1872, died Sept. 4th, ALL
with Mrs pay be levied, assessed and is here ty of Bradford and state of Florida TtLK1\G
was' the opening hymn, Pay of jurors in criminal cases, 1931, in Jacksonville of heart attack

ment of interest and bonds due for
by imposed all the property lying and being within the STARKE
+' ., and upon
{ I H, Long as accompanist $500.00.Guard. while seated In his car at
y by that year. lying and being In the county of boundary of each of the several
this was followed by a prayer at jail 48000. First street and R. R. Avenue.
I The board of public Instruction Bradford on the 1st day of Jan- special tax school districts abovementioned
W E.
Mrs. W. F. Jones., Mrs amended its resolution with refer- Reserved for contingencies.. Parents .were Thomas B. Houser ,Friday& Saturd
t" Mlduletm,had charge of the pro uary, 1931jjyr the, building fund and escrtbed'on; page,
and Melinda
which was on the subject of ence to general county schools by Agricultural. Fund to meet the.,current expenses as 89 et sequel of'minutes of county McKensey. Sept. 11.12"STEPPING
9 gram part on lowering the millage, asking for Home demonstration agent, estimated In.,the) ;budget. commissioners book No.1.To United in marriage with MarthaV.
the child. Those taking
six mills instead of 10 mills. $600.00. Hawes, at Fabius, Ala., Feb. 16,
of outstanding
To meet the. meet the interest paymentsand
I Mrs J. W. ,, ,expenses
the were
White program, Mrs. A. Wood, Mrs A. W. The following* resolution was Expenses for home and county indebtedness aa set out in to provide a sinking fund for 1898, where he made his home and 00

Anderson and Miss Amelia Ray.DurinI' adopted: demonstration agents, 10000. the budget It is determined and the ultimate redemption of the was postmaster Fabiua for
: "THAT WHEREAS John E. Scholarship, University of Florida years, also engaged in mercantileand
the social period the company hereby declared that a. tax rate of bonds in the bonded special tax
t r faroved by two beautiful Mathews of Duval county, Florida, $200.00. 2 mills upon the dollar be levied, school district Number 3 (Starke), lumber business at Fabius and
was attacked the constitutionality Total 90000. Stevenson, Ala, until the fall of Monday & Tuts*
having ,
+ ; instrumental numbers by Mrs. E. assessed, and the same is hereby It Is determined and hereby declared -
M. Davis, the selection being of the gas tax distribution as Widow's Pension Fund imposed upon, all the property ly- that a rate of 5 mills upon 1920. He moved to Hampton and Sept. ll-tt
coming from the large counties of Allowance made to widows with took charge of Hampton Hotel.
"Canzone Amorosa", and "Buona ing and being in the county, of the dollar be levied and assessed
Noth" both written by Nevln. the state, andWHEREAS children of school age, 75000. Bradford on the first day of Jan- for the year 1931, on all the prop- Later became agent for Gulf Re- "It's A Wise{ ChilA<

A pleasing feature of the meet- the small counties Building Fund uary, A. 'D,, 1931. to pay said erty embraced within the boundary fining Company with his businessin .

( Ing was the presentation! of a would under the present law be Interest on outstanding war amount as set out In the budget. of bonded special tax school district Starke. At the time of his Biggest Laugh Comedy ol |
i benefitted by said distribution and rants addition to jail S 18000. death he was employed by A. A. A. i
shower of gifts to lira- Sam An- According to the millage so determined Number 3, lying and being In year
f WHEREAS, the small county Payment of Co., Jacksonville Had been member -
one outstanding
derson, the honor guefit; for the af fixed and assessed the Bradford county, Florida, as described -
s. ternoon. group have met and organized to warrant, addition to jail, $1000.00. total mlllage to be entered in the on'page 91, Book No. 7, of M. E. church for the last I Western Klectrlc Sound a

The hostess, assisted by Mrs. G. fight or oppose the Duval county Total, $118000Outstanding column for county taxes in the assessment minutes county commissioners.) tbirty-flte years. Member of I tern There In none Idle/) |
representative in his contention; Indebtedness Fund Hampton, church also helped organize -
V. Richardson and Mrs. E.' M. Da- roll,,for1 the year, A. D. To meet the Interest paymentsand
Therefore, be it resolved, that For paying debts accumulated and establish Lodge No. 677 i PRICES He t 400
vis, served light refreshments to 1930, Is 41 1mUls., upon the dollar to provide a sinking fund for
.."the guests. Those present were: tAG the }board of county commlsa. and unpaid 300000. distributed as follows: the ultimate redemption of the F. &: 'A. M., at Fabius. and was

.. .d Bradford county extend I ? The.boclrd.,.then, proceeded i ..*> "Mestlames Sam'"Anderson( Hamilton : ,.and:\ slaking!' the bonded special tax
our best wishes for the success of the of fixing the rate 'of .
matte mills. school district Number
I Rltch N. T. Bitch, Carl Johns, 6 (Lawtey),
the small county group in uphold- taxation for' the county and'subschool General road: maintenance 5 it Is determined and
I A't. Wood, S. S. Dowling, ,W. F. ..' hereby declared -
ing the law as passed by the last districts for the 'A. D.
Jones, A. W. Redgrave. Hogan year mills. that a tax rate of eleven
S Smith O. W. White, J., H. Ritch, legislature." J. 1931. After a careful'consideration General school, 6 mills. mills upon the dollar be'levied and CARL'SStarke

I t r' J. W. White, F. H. Long W. E. The board, having been Informed of the stlmates of expenditures General county, 8 mills. assessed for the year, A. D. ''1931,

Middleton, O. J. Griffin, E. M.: Da- that variou*;promlnent attorneys and of receipts from sources other Fine and forfeiture, 4 mills. on'all the property embraced within j

4 t .*. via, Miss Amelia Ray* an4T IrsYa.< from varlouafseitlons of the state than advalorem tax. such as "gas Outstanding: Indebtedness, 2 the boundary of bonded special
{ have volunteered their services In tax, license tax and fines and costs tax'school 0T' ,
mills district Number Six
V. Richardson of SwaUunore, Pa., ,
' ,ft..: . behalf of the small counties, and ,' to be collected, it was the determination Agricultural fund, 1-2 mill. lying and being In Bradford county Gash Corn
not having on hand any available jof the board that the rate of '
t. BIRTHDAY.PARTY Building fun. 1-2 mill. Florida as described on page
'..z.-. funds, are not contributing to thelSOOO.oo taxation necessary to meet such Widow's pension fund, 1-2 mill. 91, Book No. 7, minutes county

; ..f"! Freddie Wimberly entertained $ : assessment. as made .by II expenses would be for each of the Total 41 1-2 mills. commissioners.To .

iij' a number of her young friends with the small county group. following mentioned purposes, the State millage total. 4 7-8 mills. I meet the Interest, payments Phone 15 Fin.ffv .

,. a party Sept. 6th, the occasion be.! The following reports were filed: I amount estimated, declaredand Total mlllage for state and county i and to provide'a sinking fund for We Deliver

I 3 ing her sixth birthday. Report of jail Inspector as to the levied, viz.: ; not Inc *-,sub-school maintenance I the ultimate redemption- of the
|* convict camp in Nassau county and In order to meet the estimated tax or sub-school bond
Zinnias and golden rod were tax bonds in the bonded special tax
:.jyl, UtwAl (In decorating the home'' for the local Jail; report of county expenses of the 'eounty'general Is 46 3-8 mills,' against 66 1-2 mills 'school district Number Eighteen PL SPECIALSFREE

f. \\r:*. this happy affair. A color scheme judge showing fines and cdsts collected : Fund, It Is determined and hereby I II for 1930. I (Brooker), it is determined and
during the month; report of declared that a tax of 8 mills upon' valuliltii'on estate :
of pink and green being The real has !icrcbdec'ared' that a tax rate oft
ka, carried out in the refreshments of county home demonstration agent. I the dollar be)levied and It Is hereby '

1:' Ice cream and 'cake, which was) No,reports were received from any Imposed upon all the property

11 1 alt< 'served the young people at the justice of the peace district.A lying and being in the county of

,, close of a merry afternoon. report of the'assistant state Bradford on the first day of January 1 Package TEAwith

,+ The hostess' mother was assist auditor showing that the accountsof A. D, 1931, for the general

ri ". ed by Mrs. Arthur Richardson of G. W. ,Alderman clerk of the fund to meet the current expensesof

Swatbmore, Pa., and Miss Louise circuit court, trustees, road and the county and to provide for ..OH'ihLER

Snyder In looking after the pleasure bridge maintenance, C. A. Knight, the expenditures as estimated In lIb. & Sanborn Coffee
1 of the guests. Those present tax collector; G. A. Gardiner, the budget hereinbefore set forth. 1 Chase

were: Patsy Ruth Wainwright, county judge; W. J. Epperson, In order to meet the'estimated

4 Oleta and Ethel Green, Ida Lulu sheriff, and A. J. Griffis supt. of' expenses of the county road and for

and Marjorie Davis, Sarah and public instruction had been prop-' bridge fund it is determined and Coffee . 22
Juanita Barefoot Garnltba Hutto, erly kept was filed ai a part of hereby declared that a tax of 5 2 Ibs. Pure ground - ]

the records the mills the dollar be levied andIt
-Francta public aa per reQuest upon fe
P2krah Pearl and 1
t ; ; Sue Mid of Hon. W. S. Murrow, state Is hereby Imposed upon all the 5 lbs. WHOLE GRAIN RICE :
Eloise Bollock. Marjorie
auditor property lying and being In the 1
dletln", Virginia Anderson Martha The chairman then announcedthat county of Bradford on the first day 3 Octagon SOAP or POWDERS

and Jimmy. Klckliter. George all persons who were ownersor of January A. D. 1931, for the 4 lbs. GREAT NORTHERN BEANS
Leonard Peek Billy Blake-
Flynn agents for owners of any prop road and bridge fund to meet the
I)',' Mack Futch, John Anderson, .. 6 small 3 large CREAM
erty In Bradford county, Florida, current expenses of the county and or -

and Olln,, White. upon which the valuation as fixed to provide for,the expenditures 'as Regular We pkg. MATCHES __"
by the county tax assessor or as estimated by the bond trustees.To .

i k. MRS EDWAKU: BURNS; returned by the agent or owner meet the Interest paymentsand s Large Juicy LEMONS, doz. -_-_.

ESTEUTUNia.:.. I had been raised or lowered 'would provide a sinking fund for the heads
LETTUCE nice large ___
L' de- now be heard* and that all com- ultimate redemption of county ,
Burns a ,
gave '
: ,I
'6t \ llghtful bridge party for members I >IaJnts would be duly considered. road bonds In pursuance of the requirements Longhorn CHEESE, lb. _ ,- -, ,
Theer complaints either of the law, as estimated -
being no
k ., of her bridge club and friends, Sliced BREAKFAST BACON lb.
in person or by letter, the board by the board of bond trustees ,
afternoon at her home on
Friday then took up the matter of considering it Is determined and hereby'' de-

Kingsley lake. ; the estimated budget, 'and clared that a tax of 15 mills upon 7
,1I Palmettos and golden rod in 8 Ib. Bucket Lard -
baskets and vases were used In adopting a budget for the year the dollar be levied, assessed and
193132. Is hereby imposed upon all the

,decorating Three tables the home.for play were arranged After due and deliberate consideration property lying and being In the The service we render 8Jb. Bucket Pure LARD __' -- .- .

by the board the follow county of Bradford on the 1st day
on the screened porch overlooking appeals only to good

the lake. When scores 24 Ibs. Pillsbury Best Flour24 -

were totaled, prizes for high and e hard headed folk who

second were awarded Mra. J. E.

i Wilson and Mrs. J. C. Robinson. Strawberry Plants of QualityWe long ago learned that safety trans lbs. Great Western FLOUR

The hostess, assisted by bel'niece

AI Miss Elizabeth Craig, served cends all else in the matter of bank- New Reduced Prices Feeds andWC Fertilize
a tempting salad course to the on
guests. Those present were: Mrs.J. have had fair growing conditions. We have ing. s"$!

E.: Wilson, Mrs. J. C. Robinson, nice stock of plants-:Missionary Improved Klondike ,0 .. SCRATCH _ _ t!

,, :Mrs. A. Z. Adktns. Mrs. C. A. $2.75; New Hlakemore, $3.50. We can furnish -* ;. Nc. WHITE CLIPPED OATS i'
Knight Mrs. T. B. Mas le. Mrs: El 'I Our Counsel is ,( $
order regardless of size. See our agents, 21
any percent Protein Dairy Feed
:M. Johns, Mrs O. L. Ilaynes. Mrs. ;
oft Itrotvnlee Bros. who; will take order or order at Your Service Si
r L. Wyman, Mrs Sam Dell your Veribest Shorts While Sacks ;
Ikf# Gainesville, Mrs. Riley of Gainesville direct from this ad.We 1..
Mrs. W. M. Wainwright and 7 per cent Bright C. S. MEAL

1 MIllS: Mabel Weller. October the 10th. Brand
start vihlprnents, 3-9-3 Fer itzer-No Filler
I '
1\lns. D. A. MONTIETII "


D. A. Montieth was hostessto .( -' ,. El: S. Matthews. Pres. R. J. Davis Cashier

members "of her bridge club JUDSONIA. ARK. BOX 2 Safety Deposit Boxes Provide Safety We Meet AnyAdvertised PrI"
:Tuesday evening at her home. II

Two tables for -
were arranged
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North Carolina. I TIIERESSA HAMPTON ,,more pupils before January first.

.. .. Mrs. tuba Andrews of Winter Mlu, Adn NI-.... tor. (Signed.) tt' i

Bits of 1 1Concerning CoL and Mrs. J. L. Frazee returned -' Mra. A. IIIIVB c. Park, 'died' in. a Leesburg hospital :II ..'.. A.s. J.S. Griffl Dowling.. Supt.PrIncipaLII i{

Tuesday from Miami and Sirs. D. W. Moore returned Sun- August ,27 and was burled at ft .
Mrs. E. C. Morris and
and .
were accompanied by Mrs. D. T. after visit with Starke Lake cemetery,: CARD OF THANKSWe
day a pleasant Crosby daughter, of South Florida, are the
Nevis' Clarke, who will visit her parents, relatives and friends at ClearWater. August 2ath. She was the widowof guests of Mrs. Morris' father, B. '
IDeal Mr. and bars N. D. Wainwright Arcadia and Vero Beach. Henry M. Andrews, deceased\ Y. Saxton: this week. sincerely for their thank assistance the kln.1'frlenda and

Mr. and Mrs. Dubose of Vero of Starke. He was reared In Mrs. T. (J. Thomas of Valdosta in bereavement anJ
Mr. and Mrs. George. Kruse of relatives' Starke and met a tragic death sympathy our
Our People, Business and Beach were guest was visiting friends and relatives for the floral offerings sent for the
have as their guests, :Mr. and Mrs here Sunday and Monday. while assisting the peace officersin here last Sunday.
and of husband and father.
Town. funeral our
Progress of the County J. B. Jaeger and family of Dayton, Mrs. Josephine''Sulltvan visited quieting a riot at Rosewood, O. L. Harrison and family are Mrs. Martha V. Houser and chil-
Ohio. Mr.; and Mrs. Jaeger expectto relatives here Saturday.Mr : I Levy county, In January, 1923. He visiting Mr. Harrison's father In M
make their home in Florida. and Mrs. A.'Il: Sullivan and was a member of one of Starke's I this week. dren. t
--------------------- Alabama
y -
0'" QQQQQQQQQQQO little son, Othma, were guests of oldest families Mrs. Roberta of Lake Butler bas CKMRTEKY "WORKING
WEATI1EK ItEPORT ford Is the guest of Mrs. E. M. I Mr. and Mrs\ H. D. Surrency, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Summers of Mrs. Andrews was the daughterof recently visited her mother Mrn.
Thomas. Mrs. J. L. Surrency and children Provident Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Hathcock, of New- Niram Wynn,'of this city. A working will 'be held at,Beu-
Implied by starke branch. Ustry Jessie Lee and Myrtle Mae of Tam- Mr. J. D. Thompson of Washing' berry where she was reared. She Mr. and U*.' C. A. Blrt were lah cemetery; Clay county on Sat-

Department.Lk Mr. and Mrs...J.. H. Reynolds of !, pa, Were week-end guests of Mr. ton, D. C.. was a business visitor was a member of the Baptist transacting business In Alachua urday, Sept. 19th. All Interested
Sept. 9. Holllster and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot. here Monday. church and was a devoted wife and county last Monday.Mrs. Invited to come -and, ,assist in. the
were guests Mr. and '
Mr. 8. EL Trlest left Friday eve- mother. She leaves to mourn her .. J. P. Sullivan, who was work.
Max. Mta. Preclp. Mrs. N. D. Bumgarner Monday. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Miner and ning for Lake City where he'en- passing, four children Reba, Kath- the of her A. L. Sulll ..
t Date ..... guest son o ., .- .. ... .... H v'J
72 daughter. Miss Pauline, of New tered the veterans' hospital for line. Thftlma. 'and Henry, and several van returned to her home here last
3 9" 71 Mrs. J. E. Futch of DeLand is Smyrna, and Miss Eva Powell, of treatment.Mrs. brothers and sisters. Sunday ,
4 95 70 .08 the guest this week of her sister, Cocoa, are guests of their mother, C. J. Lewis of Ralford. and The .funel"tLl..w&a"conducted by Mrs. Bumgarner of Starke wasa ATLAS
5 95 71 .03 Mrs. H. L.v Brownlee.Mr. Mrs. Laura Powell and their sister Mrs. F. H. Fletcher of Orange Rev. O. Raymond at the First visitor to our town last Saturday.Mr. ,
6 91 69 0- I. Mrs. J. H. Fields. Heights, visited their sister, Mr. B&pptlst church. Impressive music .J. F. Houser who hat been 11 ,r
7 90 H.'S. Sutton and S. Trlest here was rendered by Mrs J. D. Doyle
69I daughters -- E. Sunday. for ten years a resident of Hampton '
8 91 68 Vivian and Hazel and son, Hardy Mrs. R. A. Thomas has had as Mr. W. M. Phillips was a visitorto and Miss Ethel Griffin. '.The pallbearers died In Jacksonville of heart The Standard Oil +

\\I 89 for week .11 i of Bartow, were guests last week her guest her sister Mrs. Pinner Palatka Friday. were Hon. N. D. WainWright -', failure last Friday, while sitting In '
tat raliJall of Mr and Mrs J.. F. Colley. of Atlanta, Ca Mrs. Pinner returned Mrs. W. M Phillips and Miss'Ida Sheriff W, J. Epperson, J, his car. The remains were broughtto ire.Guaranteed..
T Cason of Jacksonville, to her home Friday and was accompanied Hagan were shopping/ Starke W. Andrews. Jr., Austin Winkler, Hampton last Saturday'and en- .
B- Z. in Starke Thursday. Mrs. W. A. Alvarez and daughter by Mrs. Thomas, who Monday. W. W. Balsden and Ray Newsom. tered In Santa. Fe cemetery Sun- One YearFrigidaire a
|a visitor Irene of Jacksonville I E. Moorer and little DeWItt C. Jones, funeral director "
were will spend a month .with her. Mrs. H. day afternoon with Masonic hon I "Edwards and James Lewist visiting In Starke Saturday and da$gbter,'Lytlen; Mrs.-A/B.'McGll-' ;had charge 'of the Interment.EVERGREEN ors. He had many friends here .NN.4 w, ".(
|M.Wednesday In Jacksonville. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs Ira W. Andreu had vary and chlldrenVA, D. Carrie and who are saddened to learn of his
as their guests for the week-end Mack and Mrs. Ray' ''Vernon 0(, death. ',i, ,
Knight was a profes- e1>lrs. J. C. Robinson and children their son Clarence, and four South Miami were guests of Mr.and Mrs. Kate Sparkman of Waldo, ;
II 1 1. D E t Palatka" Tuesday. Lester Price Eldredge and friends, Francis Hartman Louis Mrs. 'C. A 'Youngblood last visited friends and relatives here ,
1 visitor = Vera Claire Robinson were visitors Toruella, Edward Kelly and Thos. week. Mr. 5'. A. llocler. c... thin week.

and Mrs. R. F. Demorestt in Jacksonville Saturday.. Higgs all of New.York City. Mr. and Mrs. :B. F. Hall were Rev. McGauley will preach at the the three.year guar-
r Wednesday In Jacksonville. guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Dick- I J. H. Reynolds was visiting his Baptist church next Sunday morn-.
Miss Min>le'' Gruber of Jacksonville Paul Knight spent last weekendat inson Sunday. sister! Mrs. Schellte Rosier Wed Ing and evening. anted electric refrigerator ;
and Mrs. Randolph Boreet .arrived Sunday to assume St. Augustine beach the guestof Mr. and Mrs. C. Kinchen of Jacksonville nesday of last week. F. L. Oglenby of North Carolina, ..
|r week-end in Jacksonville, her duties as member of the B. H. Mr. Joseph Fant. Mr. Fant is are visiting Mr. Klnchen's Mrs. Quincy Rosier Is spending spent the week-end with friends ;
the S. faculty. the newly appointed director of the : brother, E. L. Kinchen this week. several days at Sapp with her and relatives here this week.
Adkins and Miss HaLdklns University of Florida dance or Mr. Joe Padgett and sons, Theo father, Mr. John Sapp, who is seriously Mrs. Eldred Duncan of Lake
|rs. A. Z motored to Gainesville Misses Mary Brownlee, Marg- chestra known as the "Florida and Elmo,- left Monday for Plant. ilL Butler, is spending a <...w weeks For sale
morning. aret Williams, Lois Adkins and S. Collegians," of. tthlch Paul is a City. Mr. and Mrs Bryant Reddingand with her mother, Mm. L. A. Wynn. ySmith's
tlay ,' R. Johns, Jr., motored to Palatka 'member Mr. W. W. Packham was a business daughter of the state farm Mrs. T. F. Brown had an. her
Irs. Josephine Edwards and Mr. 'I Monday.Mr. visitor to Gainesville Monday. Daniels of Sarasota, arelu Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Maines, of Miss Teresa Bennett of Raiford, F. Redding Friday of last week. family of South Florida and her Service *
|0 of relatives here this week. .. and Mrs. L. E. Jordan and La ke Butler and Dr. and Mrs. C.1 spent the week-end here with her Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Rosier and sister, Mrs. D. W. Moore of The-
sons left Wednesday for their homeIn E., Moore of Tallahassee, and. sister, Mrs. Ploy 'Sullivan. children, were visiting Mr. and resaa.!
| E. C George Is visiting her Oviedo after several days visit Congressman ,,Rt t, A. Green were I Misses Lois and Alma Jordan of Mrs. J. D. Carmichael at Heilbronn -- i
i Her. Mrs. W.. P._ Hurst of at the home of Mrs. N. T. Ritch. guests'of Mr,.and Mrs. R. S. Johns McRae, visited Misses Clara and Springs Sunday afternoon. NOTICE Station
of Lake Butler at Kingsley lake Minnie Swlndell'Sllnday. Mr. Marvin Walker of 'Alachua N
Miss Madge Middleton, Miss last week-end. Messrs. T. B. au
Ir. and Mrs. C. C. Tatum of St. Hazel Middleton, Miss Ethel Grif- were business visitors Keystone lie Wednesday of last week. will meet next Wednesday after- Starlce, Fla.

fustine: were guests of Mr.: and fin and Mrs. J. F. Klckltter. Jr., Dr. James William Brownlee: Heights, Hampton''1'and Waldo Monday Mr and Mrs. J. E. Rosier and noon, at three-thirty, In the school -,- - --- ....
R. J. Davis Thursday. spent Saturday In Jacksonville. sailed Tuesday on the Cherokee for I children, spent Sunday afternoon auditorium. AU. patrons and .
i Boston Mass., where he will be Mr. Howard Moore'was a visitorto with Mrs. Jean Gasklns., teachers urged to attend and help

Ira.W A. Sterns and daughter, Joseph Thomas of South Jack- associated with the Forsythe Den: Hampton Frld y. Mrs. Everett Futch spent Friday with tills important work. DR. R.W.! MARTIN t
Lse and Mrs. R. J. Davis were sonville, spent Sunday afternoon I. tal Infirmary, His appointment to Miss Lucille Bennett left Thursday with her parents, ,Mr and Mrs. ----f- --- 1''
Ion In Jacksonville Thursday. with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. this Institution was due to his high for St. Petersburg, after a vis- Kite: near I.. ..wtey.Mr. NOTICE TO PATRONS DENTIST
M. Thomas.Mr. grade of scholarship while a student it of several days wlh her sister, and Mrs. Leslie McClellanwere l Phone S3 HoumS 9 to B ,

las! Beatrice Bullen spent Sun- I In the Southern Dental Col- Mrs. C. Sullivan.: visiting B. K. Rosier and On account of the greatly Increased Over Corpening's. Drug Store. .
Iwtth her sister, Mrs. A. M. and Mrs.'Sam Dell and family lege of Atlanta, Ga. Dr. Brown- Mr. James Trlest was a visitorto mother Sunday afternoon. enrollment In the Starke ,
In Beach. have returned to their home In lee was joined In Jacksonville by Palatka Wednesday. Arthur Austin of Lawtey, spent school this year, the three first J t
!gson[ Daytona-- Gainesville after spending the sum- Dr. H. F. Woodruff of Sanford who Misses Lucille and, Hazel Sulli- Wednesday night of last week s
1 attended the Starke- mer Kingsley lake. ) will also be associated with the van and Messrs. Dill Sullivan Ar- with J. E. and Barnard Rosier.B. Phone STEAM PRESSING CO.Suits ,
1 Truby
denny basball game In Mac- I above Institution. thur Harvey, Joe Sparkman; Rob- E. Rosier and Everett Futch 52 J. Frank Thoman, Prop. Cleaned & ,r I
ert Schenks and Edwin Marshallof visitors to Starke
were Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Briggs and
lay Tuesday. ) FELT HATS Cleaned and Blocked Reshaped
I family of Jacksonville are spend- Among those attending the Waldo were 'guests of Misses afternoon. 'i.
r. and Mrs. T. R.' Sweat of ing a while at the Adkins cotttageat Starke-Palatka ball game in Pa Rhoda and Ruth-Zeigler Sunday

.' e ....\V, -vJ.: !I. ,, * Kingsley.-_"..lake......{ .._,_... ..' latka. A: Monday Futch and were family: Mr. and Mr.Mrs.C. and. afternoon.usj Mrs. J. K. Atkrnv and' Mrs: Lizzie i.

Ie Thursday. I Mrs.: A. M. Richard, Mrs. K.: B. Mrs, C. A. ,Knight: ,' Senator and Townsend of Hampton: were guests '
E. S. Matthews and'' son,' Norman and little daughter spent Mrs. E. M. Johns, Mr. and Mrs. J. of Mr. and Mrs: 3. J. Zelgler Wed- SPECIALS-FRIDAY & SATURDAY Sept. 1112'Grocery:

!me! Matthews spent WetfnesiF the week-end with .Mr. and Mrs. E, E. Wilson. Miss Ruth Sternberg, nesday. .. ,
F and Thursday in Jacksonville. S. Matthews! at Kingsley lake.. r;. Miss Annie Mae\ < Pearce' ,' N. Stern-
bery, Junius :Smith, J. J. Truby,

\\t.Thomas S. Williams Jr., will Mrs. R. J, Davis and daughters, Hamilton Ritch,. 'Warren Perkins, H. E. IAGKRGREN TIP
I i Sept. 15th for Gainesville and Mrs. C. C. Tatum were guests 8. T, Dell, 118I'neyMcRae! Mr and TOP
re he will enter the. university. of Mr.and Mrs.* E. J. DoZier of Mrs R. J. Davis and family and Surveylnr7LeveUnr; 1

Gainesville.Thursday afternoon. Mr.. and Mrs. George White Mapping ,
(ira. E L. MIddleton of Jackson- Starker ,Florida LOCATION BETWEEN BANK AND POST OFFICE

spent Friday here with rela- Miss June Bullen returned to NOTICE OF TEACHERS'' ., Ho welt Nashworthu Owner and Operator
; Beach after EXAMINATION
Daytona Sunday .. .
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spending two! weeks with her par Best Grade White Best Grade Compound S lbs. --.t.., rr- -r- '
Persons to take teach- .
ftra. W E. Middleton and Miss ents. Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Bullen. wishing '

jel Iksonvllle MIddleton Tut day.were visitors In Mrs. -G. C. Bryant and Doris ers'courthouse examination at Starke will report, 17th.the 666I Bacon lb. - w 9c Lard lb. - 9c Sugar25c

Kruse will spend this week-end in at $ o'clock. Anyone wishing to Oil TABI.KT4 :
Tampa with relatives of Mrs. I take special examination should ".u.*.. a ....d...... or N. iral.U In . .
Mrs. J F Jr., of Per- .
Klckliter. mlKntM. rhvrlw O M /h lent - -
In notice at
J and children spending alie Bryant. I send once. da5'. ..
In Starke. are T.Mrs Clarke N. D.and Wainwright James ,Richard Mrs. D.t, 9-4-21. A ..J" GRIFFIS Supt. ."oiia Salve fo'f baljy's c.loI.II ; Flour. White Ring 24 Ib70c lOc 1 Matches, pkg. - -. 5c ;

(Irs. J. c. Hoover is spending 1.
Wainwright were visitors in
> week in Jacksonville with her -

per, Dr. James Chase. Gainesville Thursday. Grits Meal 10 Ibs. 23cll Snuff 3 for 25

1'8. F H. Cason and Mrs.. Bl- Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Holstein and CLOVER FARM or -
Mrs. C. D. Holstein and little
of RE-1
Lake City were guests of II
of Jacksonville, spent
I and :Mrs. D. E. Friday,
Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. 0!: Pan Gold or Goodwife, Guaranteed Alaska Pink
rL W M. Wimberly and Mrs.

navllie D. Green Wednesday were visitors morning in and Mrs. Raleigh Do lIng Flour, 241bs. 59c12; 33c; 6,19c Salmon, tall ]lOc j
No. 21-2
E. Dow-
and three children. Mrs. L. GradeCompound

If1* S. C. Carnell and little son, ling, Mrs. Mae Jones and Bill Dow- Carnation or Pet We Grind It-Rio
f TmonJ' are guests of her par- ling of Jacksonville, spent Mondayat Lard Sliced Pineapple

Nton.. ),,11'. Brownlee and Mrs., F.Jr..A.will Scott.leave Mrs.Kingsley G. H.lake.Lowry and Miss Lucille 3lbs. - 25c Can------17c., MILK, 6 small or 3 large - - 20c Coffee, 2 Ibs. 29c '

h,jay for Mitchell attended the execu- .
Gainesville to enter the -- -
versity of Florida. tive meeting of th,Young People's No. 2 Tomatoes can 5c Rindless Boiled Smoked
Green Ceve Springs and Powder
Presbytery In Soap *
I1' and Mrs H. A. Bishop left Sunday afternoon. LtbbjfataUMUlF ; I
Bacon Ib. 23c Ham lb. 35c 25c
: Octagon7for25c Bacon 2 Ib.
Tuesday lima for points In North Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mrs T. B. Can '.,.. .'Sc - -

Mrs. J. C. Adktns Mrs. A. - -- -. --
Chase of Jacksonville, Z. Adkina and Miss Hazel Adklna i Pork & Beans can 5c Oct or P&G Powders or {Whole{ Grain > No. Size

|"t ny Monday Canova. with his cousin were visitors. in Jacksonville_ Wednesday 'Whole Grain RICE Clear While Bacon Soap, 5 for 19c Rice, 5 lbs. - 19c<<: Tomatoes, 2, 15c

and Mrs. L. M. DeSha and
I" Mr.
and Mrs. George C. White . ..
Wildwood Pound-----9c - --
of -
Mrs. J. w. White spent Mon- daughter. Marjorie
5Ibs.20c Rutabagas or
' will spend the week-end in Starke "GR'E-A'T- -
morning at Silver Springs. NORTHERN BEANS, 4 Ibs 2>c.
Mr. ----
with Mrs. DeSha's parents

Man his Long vacation of Chicago here ,with Is spend-his Mrs. W. H. Struth. Fresh Ground Meat CABBAGE Cabbage, Ib. 3c CRYSTAL WEDDING OATS _.____ .:_____ 25c

her, Mrs. F. H. Mrs. D. E. Knight and Paul No. 1 White 10 Ibs. '
Long. Knight are spending this week in LAUNDRY SOAP, 10 for 25c ___________ 23c
Irs. G W. Alderman and daugh- Lakeland, guests of the former's; 2Ibs.25c Pound----2c Potatoes 25c SJYEk';,

ML"11 Mona Alderman, spent brother-in-law and sister, Mr and - SOAP, 3 for __._____________ _._ J0c
slay In Jacksonville. Mrs. Charles Larsen.
I Ripe 3 Ibs.
BANANAS POTATOES Scd1ATCIlES,3lor.. --------_-_____ _ _.. lOc
F'r' and Mrs. O. L. and Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Murrell of I
.Iy pent Sunday In St. Augus-::! Leesburg Andrews, Misses of Winter Reba Park and Thelma, were: 6lbs-----15c lOIbs.17c Bananas14c CHIPSO - 9c; _____._'OLD DUCTII 8c

guests of W. H. Green and family
iLe Eva Cunningham of San- Tuesday.Mr. Apples 'doz.-29c OXYDOL for 2.>c_ u_: SELOX:, 3 for 25c

of I Stew Beef, lb. 12 l-2c-Pig Tails, 3 lbs. 25c ,
and Mrsj W. A. Scott 5 Ibs. Sugar, 17c with 1 lb. Santos Coffee 25c
Orange City left Thursday several for Neck Bones, 4 Ibs. 25c f Onions Ib. 5c
ACOLUMN their home after spending --
WORD days here! with Mr. and Mrs.J., T. Jersey Lily Pure Creamery
Quigley We have a complete: line of meats. Come and ask our
Lettuce 2 f 25c '
of Miami prices before buying. We have the best for less. or
l It Dr: and Mr.. C. F. Bayles ... ,
SALE -* lo:head 'of bop. left 'Sunday morning after I
lhert .
Griffis her sister, Mrs. E.
.Starker it: visit here with 1


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''I r ;' ;I, Seed Corn Selected ShouldBe From I r Better Breakfasts I II And the Worst is Yet to Come-.

" bif FARM WSON The Best Stalks e _

\ -.
, Now Is the .
't' Gainesville, Fla. '
) " fptl seed from the ... ( ,
time to select corn +
? \ d 4 Conducted By b
1 III l g the field Fred
)1'1i) best stalks in says
.j 'II v, L. T. DYER County Agent H. Hull, assistant agronomist in

!ft t tl I ''I# ri II\ I I MISS PEARL JORDAN, Home Demonstration Agent charge of corn Improvement stud- tai rl -r )
I rlY'i \ ies at the Florida Experiment Sta-
L I i

j :; t PREVENTION SALT HE1TEMBEK BEST TIME tion.After an adapted variety has h J j jii
TO PLANT SWEET been selected the best corn that a i PRES
; farmer can obtain will be that pro [ I'J ,
1'' ,' r I IN NEW BULLETIN duced on his own farm. Corn variety -
1t13tt' our / . '
' : ( .I. --- Gainesville, Fla. -- Septemberand teats at the station have + ,

!Lt 1 I$1 p !i';. Gainesville, Fla. A prevention October are the months for shown that the varieties best

1 iioA t I for the condition in cattle known planting sweet peas for )winter adapted to north and west Florida

It ; ; as salt sick la explained in a bulletin I flowers, says W. L. Floyd professor are Whatley Prolific, Kilgore Red
1' I Y published by the, of horticulture in the Collegeof Cob Prolific, Tisdale, and Smith. j.\ / v
t ,, recently about a
Agriculture. Those planted In The varieties usually give u
t h i Florida Experiment Station. This ::
I ] September will make flowers by 25 percent greater yield than the

+ trouble, the greatest single cause Christmas, while those planted !in average run of Florida corn. 1''

a1 the cattle Industry In the should bloom in Mr. Hull explains that seed ears ,
J loss October January.
tin l of to I 1'1-41111111111111'' '" 'i"IIIIT: !! -.r-iHtKt li _.<.lf ITfUii'll'li'Hill
t d I state Is due to a deficiency of Iron The seed should be planted from should be selected because they

t $ Y'' or Iron and copper to the ration, three to four Inches deep. A trench are inherently better than their "TTOT. home-made peach coffeecake Fresh Rlackbfrriet with Cream -
' I the Investigators have found. should be dug the desired depth neighbors.: They should be selected H for breakfast! Oh Bhreadfd Wheat Risrttits

/ The earliest livestock work of and the seed dropped; in about two from average land, and not perfect you say "but who has Bakt'd Eag
this from the most fertile spots In the time to bake It?" Peach Cofffe Cake -
the station, In 1888, was with inches apart. They are then covered I
Watt. Take out watch, and Hot Beverage
condition. Since that. time con- about two Inches deep, leav- I field. The stalk should stand your

c n siderable work has been done to ing the remainder\ of the soil In a straight with a vigorous growth, .breakfast figure it for takes yourself.a half hour Almost to pre any Peach Coffee Cake: Sift together f

obtain, the results Just announced ridge beside the trench. As the ''I and have two or three good ears pare-any "better" breakfast does.It one cup flour one-eighth N

ak The findings coincide with the experience seedlings begin to come up the soil on it. The ears should droop or takes no more than ten minutesto teaspoon salt, two teaspoons bak
; of many cattlemen, who Is worked over. them until the hang down so that the water will prepare the coffee cake for the ing powder and one tablespoon .,., ,
have found that certain pastures ground is level. I not collect Inside the husks. Re- oven, and twenty minutes to bakeit. sugar. Cut In three tablespoons

''ti+. ,__ ; would cause the trouble and that The soil on which sweet peas are Bislance to insects, especially weevils While It bakes, prepare the rest shortening. Add one well beaten

; gyp' 1 If the affected cattle were movedto to be grown should have plenty of I Is provided by a husk that of the breakfast. Arrange your egg and three tablespoons milk.
$ certain other pastures they organic matter. In addition, about 'extends at least three 'Inches be- berries' in fruit saucers your Pat into greased cake pan. Drain
shredded wheat In cereal dishes, contents of 8-ounce sliced
one can
would recover. of commercial fertilizer yond the cob and Is tightly closedat
1'C one pound .
S and bake the eggs at the same peaches and lay over top, pressrng
l af1 S Salt sick symptoms are a gen should be used for each square the tip. If the plant meets these time your coffee cake Is baking. slightly Into dough. Sprinkle

4. I + eral run-down condition, loss of appetite yard planted. Select the heavier requirmenta the husk should be Then let no one announce in with one-half cup brown sugar/ ;
4 a a reduced volume of blood soils for sweet peas whenever possible opened to see If.the ears are satis- formal fashion "Breakfast Is dot with two tablespoons butter.

,t advises Professor Floyd. factory. All of the ears on a plantare served." Say, "Come quick for Bake fifteen to twenty minutes In
orefourth When the plants reach a height equally good. Ears that are hot coffee cake!" and breakfast hot oven-400 degrees.'a"..rvestructiona cam..PVIIIr19, or
., ,. _ .. "' I
?fp1"tt"! I. ww M Intl' .4"' '4.-
Internal and slender with 12 to
pigment and flabby, pale of two or three Inches they shouldbe rather long

i, organs. thinned to a distance of four 16 rows of kernels have yielded I

1 When affected animals were given Inches apart. Light poultry wire best in experimental tests. A good from the comptroller on Damping-off Soon

m r a mineral mixture of Iron and makes a very good trellis. The ear should feel heavy, The ker-I PROPERTY the Installment' plan provided un- HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES Stopped Organic

a4 traces of copper the condition was planto should be watered at least nels should be lightly dented and der the Gomez law before puttingit ""- Mercury Corn

ll ; R overcome in all but advanced once a week during diy feel smooth. The kernel should bk In effect.. The act provides that Weekly from Home Demonstration pou

1 canes. Recently over 300 badly affected sweet peas require a large fairly deep and medium to large in the Installment plan must be ad- Specialist Tallahassee
test animals have been amount of water; size. The cob does-not have to be OWNER ISPROTECTED ministered by the comptroller, Gainesville, FlhDampbrg!
brought back to a normal condition If red spiders or plant lice at- extremely small nor entirely cov- and the clerk Is awaiting definite of young seedlings can be i SWI

with this supplement. The tack the plants, spraying and ered with kernels at the butt and Instructions from Tallahassee as to in a short time by soaking

??+ mixture used Watt made of 100 dusting will be necessary. Dust tip for best yields. Seed corn how to proceed. PLANNING A WARDROBE seedbed soil with jne of the I

pounds common salt 25 pounds red the red spiders with sulphur and 'should Hot be selected from partsof Section 1 of the Gomez law pro. -- ganlc mercury compounds f

oxide of iron, and 1 pound finely spray'' the lice with tobacco. ex- the field that are closer than I tects the property owner againstthe One does not need a large ward- ing to Dr. G F Weber 1WOr'

ground copper sulphate.. This mix tract. one-eighth mile from another Variety speculator. Under it, no spec- robe, but something' Is needed plant pathologist nt the

ture was placed In a box beside a '. as pollen will travel that far Savings Possible. Under Law In ulator or parties other than the which will be appropriate for different Experiment Station.

f box of common salt and the cattle and mix the varieties. Addition to Installment Plan owner buying certificates can get types of occasions., The average The disease is caused by ill!|
+ given free choice of them. If this several fungi which Attack :
FARM PROGRAM"The them for less than the face value woman has use for five
Is followed the animals WRUF Sizes-D. E. Tlmmons. plant causing it to become i
practice gerlnes by can save considerable The school
Voice of Florida"' Taxpayers plus all Interest and penalties, kinds of dresses. girl
will not take too great an amount Tuea., Sept. 15-Fall Cleanupfor at the ground surface ad t
In the payment of past due taxes while the owner can redeem 1929- and the woman who has few social
F of the er mixture _I_ J I Whitefly and Scale on Citrua, over. It will not likely ocnl
advance under provision of the new Gomez 30 taxes without interest up to December :demands need fewer than this,
For cases a stock solution I Dr. E. W. Berger. Farm Question seedbeds where the soil leap/
the last
law ((12XXpassed) by 1. while some women need more. The
made by dissolving 1-2 lb. Gainesville. -. Another week's : erly sterilized and the seed
Box.Wed legislature. The circuit clerk's: office has received different types of costume are the
of ferric ammonium citrate and series of Florida Farm Hour radio ., Sept, 16 Development taxes for 1028-29 disinfected.
house the
Delinquent instructions regarding the dress to be worn In the ,
2 1.2 grams of powdered copper talks has Just been announced by of Cooperative Effort In Florida In case the disease does dup i
which are embraced in 1929-30 tax Installment plan of paying _back dress for the street or for business,
sulphate In 1 gallon of water is the University of Florida Agricul- -Df. M. A. Brooker and Dr. H. G. certificates can be redeemed It can be che'ked'itbln 2(1(
by taxes under the Gomez law, passedby the dress for afternoon occasions
recommended. Mature cows should tural Extension Service. They will Hamilton. Primer for Town Farm- the under Section 36 hours by welting the top hi
I property owners the last legislature. the evening dress for formal wear,
be given 3 ounces per day, smaller be broadcast from state radio station em. 1 of the Gomez law without Inter Inch of soil with a one fourth[
Any tax certificate Issued priorto tad the suit for sports wear. .
animals 2 ounces of this solution.It WRUF from 12 to 12:45: p. m., Thurs., Sept. 17 -- Producing est up to December 1; 1931, and If 1931 can be redeemed under the There are four factors which I one percent solution of one of t
be given as. a .drench or eastern standard time, each day. H. G. Clayton. organic disinfectants, j
may I Quality Hogs paid by November 1 will save the installment provision of the Gomez which may make for difference I mercury
placed In the drinking water. Following Is the program: Farm Reporter at Washington. from said. The compounds are usuiJ
property owners having law through five payments over a these costumes. The first:
The authors of the bulletin, Sat., Sept. 12w+. Florida Farm Friday, Sept." 18-Small Grain 1931 the next among handled by seed dealers and pay or year's taxesIn four-year period. Twenty per cent Is In the materials, the second, in:
which Is number 231 are Drs. R. B. News and Hints U. S. Farm Sci- Studies In Florlda-rJ. D Warner. gists, and full directions are gll
__: advance, which was formerly required of the back taxes must be paid in the( choice of color, the third, in: ,
t Meeker, W. N. Neal, and A. L. ence Snapshots. Farm Reporter at Washington on the cans. Dr Weber BUgg
in payfng the delinquenttaxes the initial payment, followed' by the selected and the fourth:
design ,
7 Shealy of the 'Animal Husbandry, Mon., Sept. 14 -. Handling Citrus for previous before ed the use of a gllr,-n sprint|
years four annual payments of 20 'n the trimming or decoration on:
department. Free copies are available Cover Crops ..- E. F. DeBu k. Crestview D. Dubose reopened per for applying the solution
passage of the Gomez law. cent each, plus 8 per cent accrued the dress. For example, a lustre-i
Seasonal Price Changes of Tan- Parlor Market at old stand. \ A second treatment tuna
Chapter 42 of Chapter 14572: of Interest each year. less silk dress such as heavy'
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the Acts of 1929 remains in effect, Receipt forth e payment of cur- crepe de chine might be made with I not necessary he to de |

allowing' parties to bid on their rent taxes must be exhibited to the ruffles on the skirt, short sleeves damping-off continue be
GOOD SCOUTS LIKE taxes in arrears for years prior to clerk of circuit court before the and a.fine lace yoke,' and it would plants the treatment should ]
1928. Taxes paid under these bids I peated.
first installment payment Is made. serve the purpose of an afternoonor
for the first seven months of this Each installment must be paid a dinner dress. The same silk !LI\KVTO.

il : GOOD FOOD year, according to the bids on file within a year from the date of the might be chosen in a conservativeColor -

in the clerk'a office, amount to previous one or' all installmentswill and it made very simple with I Tallahassee, Fa! Many I

------ 3318138. In addition to these be forfeited.-Avon Park tailored cuffs and collar it wouldbe county farmers are paying i iII"
-a fa f- bids, there have been $33,36214 '
Pilot. suitable for business or street attention to livestock since i
in tax certificates, not subject to wear. The woman of taste will price of cotton and other

bid, redeemed In the county under Store grain in rat and mouse- never be over dressed.' If there is crops are so low report 4

regular redemptions so far this proof bins or cribs. These rodentseat a question for any given occasionshe Hodge county agent ai Ianr

b year. The total collections of back and waste a good bit of grainIn wilt always choose the simple farmers are asking W Ir. Haul(\
? r c \Ir taxes for the year to date amountto a year If allowed entrance to
her help |
thing. She may wear sports! visit their farms and WJ
v,, ., I/s/ Vu I Ir
Ill rrI' ltr
r to
n $66. 63.62. as compared $83- the bins. suit tor the street and for school.or livestock program. Eights f
404.58 for the 12 months of 1930.
business but her dinner
never asked for such visits
The 1931 certificates Issued for Let no Florida rural ,home be
dress or her afternoon dress. If week recently.
1930 taxes on August 3, last will without a'home
orchard. A num-
i she uses her sports suit for actual
w-R be subject to redemption with a, ber of fruits can be set during the I participation in strenuous

IHF penalty of 8 per cent instead of 18 winter games It may be slightly differentin
cent under the old law to .
per up
type from the suit she would
the first of the year. Eustis Gas service inaugurated
choose if it were for milder games,
The clerk's office: Is awaiting In- In this place by Florida Gas Co. Li l ,l'I
--= for vacations in the country, for
rwAfl" --- - -- -
t - -- -----
---- -
? motoring, or for attending games.

'' I 11/. 1'I' I, u iJ However, she can find one Inter.
J/, mediate type that will be suitable

I + Do Ytiu Know? + I for all these uses and if she has

such a costume, It will be useful

in bad weather for business, andIt

\u i t I will serve many other Occasions.. hen a House.Burned
1 The house dress will be one whichIs

to i'i easily laundered, simple, and Down

T III4 / fresh looking. The afternoon dress

r may be also be the dinner dress,

\// __-. I/I \ji', i I t and I H. will do,! for many occasions, people used to ask. "Is If.

I I such as for church, the theatre, or insured" Now they ask.'

A i77s' an evening in the home. The street he properly insured'1 I

-. ". ,, ..- . U' se,,, dress will serve many occasions If fe
Y'' It Is so planned that It may have Adequate sound stock
YOU see them on the roads to cooperate with him. Unless I, cans of Vienna sausage, corned ,4. different vests or collars of varying insurance will f"f'lyfZ\! \
at this season, not your pantry, too<>>, is "prepared"with beef; spaghetti. whole-kernel corn degrees of fineness. With a sim- tat against loss anLIJo
ii-, only In this country but In coun- the right tort<>> of foods you which U so good browned a littleIn -.,.,-. you depcrrfJJ: |
ple, smart street dress, and one service of our
-,- tries all over the world-good are not co-operating with him In the frying pan with bacon otto Villi
& scouts Did you ever wish you Iris promise to keep physically some sandwich spreads, and plenty other somewhat finer frock one agency will prove

fj were a Boy Scout clad In khaki strong. You must fee that adequate of canned fruit juices--pineapple, can be approximately dressed at you.HAKULD. ,
e shirt and shorts a gay kerchief food goes into that adequate tomato, orange and grapefruit r any but a very formal occasion. C. WA

round your neck, hitting the long knapsack. Juice. Then you will "be pre -Lucy Belle Settle
trail with Arm ground under your Do you know<>> what the average pared"! to be a good commissary. INSUHANCESTAnKE
Ii feet and your head somewhere In boy scout considers really good Here are some simple recipes DeFunlak Springs Local gin
-the clouds? "chow"? We questioned a Dum.ber for scout foods: started operations for season. FI.OUO\!

If you sit on the porch and watch of them to see. It's very much Frlrrfrd Chipped Beef end .
them pass by It seems a long, the same sort of food that the Corn: Heat two tablespoons butter
} long hike. But It's not lone It Jon doughboy In France approvedfood or baron fat in a skillet. Add Wake Up Your Liver Bill
take it singing anti swinging that "stlckfrtc-the-rlbB. and one cupful of chipped beef and let
,y along. And when they've coveredthe "something good to drink." They it frixzie for several minutes.
miles, they'll stop somewhere like bacon, beans,, "hot dogs," and Then add the contents of a No. .3 CalomelAnd
that's cool and green, uncork the things you can cook over the Are; can of whole-kernel 1 corn and heat -Without
old' canteen and stretch out to they like bulky meat sandwichesa well. This serves six person. .
rest a few minutes before they little home-made relish makes Indian Style Sauiageii Drain --

pitch tents for the night. these more appetizing-and a. one No. 3 can of hominy and put YouTI Jump Out of Bed If thta bite b wit owln.fcJy'don't 'f'1'1I
tight container filled with refre h.r l lOu m till
"Be Prepared""What In the skillet with two tablespoonsof 4Ipo& It Just d.r.Y' ....
r tag fruit Juices. mixed it you like, in the Morning Rarin CoIf y.'T
to tomu-
: butter.' Sprinkle with salt and MO.U/ up you ,....
combinations pineapple baftw
with such as *
on earth do they carry pepper and add the contents at a thick: Ud tMt.Md 'OU1' >"
f4 't along In those khaki knapaacksT lime and lemon-or grape 9-ounce can of Vienna sausages you feel sour and sunk and the ....... out In .....""'" Y-

Crg] 1 They must be heuvyt" say we juice, lemon these and scouU orange. one-hun And because Baked Sweet Potatoes and 8a.. world looks punk,don't swallow a lot .........eI r-I..s-a.d""tTaa
take taxta and dislike are
moderns salts
;11 a bundles. "Be Prepared" is dred.per-cent "boy" scouts, out fora tagrti Cut a hole through the center mineral water oil. laxative .,. b poi.m.d.Ittbreha..aodddCaRR'
ot medlum-itxed sweet potatoes candy or chewing gum and expect
't the motto of the Boy Scouts and, lot of tun. they'll not object It and place a Vienna sausage In them to make you suddenly tweet ......._ """' /

"whether tar." or bill"eagle rank scout be "tenderfoot,'* he 1* pre-," you goody stow too-but away it mustn't some surprise take up each potato. Bake until tender. _M.. ..-. -. :-- l....____ I .II'IIQI .. ._ JII,,lllllnl, _!.. Jill i . and buoyant and furl rJ am.MM,'Y". ....P"a..-e

pared to keep the Boy Scout too much apace. Tomaloade' : Heat two* cope of .7'c For they cant do U. They only Tti.r. ...... Tvaadaff... k. -./

i' promise to "Keep myself physically A Good Commissary. tomato Juice and one-fourth cup ... .. x..r.r .... mo.-it ......... .......fmd.g.b+
strong, mentally awake and of sugar to boiling to dissolve the evens ar W aw.........
morally straight. Keep en band Borne cans of agar Add one-fourth cup lemon THAT the narrowest bona In Canada and probably the narrowest In reason toyourdown.sMHeeling ..................../ ,.
It you have one of these good oven-baked pork and bean which juice and one-palf teaspoon Worcestershire .h America le !located at No. 1 Donaeona fttroet Quabee CltyrAt Ia your Hr r.ritoold poor cot two JIaIeu..... ..-ar a"'r
I couts in your %ome. yon know can be quickly heated oar thecampflr sauce and chill. This tics :op ef the front ....e It has a maximum/ width ef 7 feet 1 Incheev pounds ttqaU b0 into bow* ..fT.bA
p the Importance of being prepared with. diced bacon; Mme .era all person.* It wa bath\ .IN IMt and rested for *&00 a .....u.. 'It le Mill/ e.upled. dafly.( roar wlarMblrtee/at.em UIII.IJewPlbti'. 0 LJlI.Ir .


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Rnil' aF.PTEMBEIt; 11, 1931 .

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Jams;; Are Made' by Fools Like hie quail nests as they find but the respect fair and square and that Manatee - ____ 78,000 129,050 under the said certificate l esue4! wan-

quail investigation found many it is based on a principle which is Marlon ___ 110,000 181,796 In the name of Mm.. I.,. A. Kuhl.
UnlBHB .
wild certificate hall b-
But Only God Can Make a Tree" cases where nests of quail eggs absolutely sound both in theory Martin - ____ 29.000 54.996 accnrdttiK to law tux dc-il redeemed -
hatched successfully In hog pas- and practice. Monroe -----7' 28,000 135,70. will issue thereon on the 12th day
of A. n.
October 1931.
. tures holding only the domesticated The small county newspapers Nassau _ __ 27,000 55,294 dated thin 61 li day c>f Hcpti-mher. '
r'r < xe breeds, which .are not so successful would do well to inform them- Okalooaa _ __ 21.000 71.343 A. n. 1931. ; ; r (

'rd', ,", in locating animal food. selves) Immediately on what it Is Okeechobee _ __ 15,000 47,832 (Seal\) O.V.Clerk AT.DKRMA.V of cii. nit, '

s ./ < \ Where hogs are confined duringthe all about and then proceed Orange _ _____ 212,000 153,026 (Court Bradford County, Florida G

growing season of crops and promptly to take up the cudgels. Onceola ____ 36.000 09,03 0-11-51-19-0.\ -

/ only allowed to roam at large dur- If the people of the little counties Palm Beach _ 266.00O 234,14 NOTICHNotion e I

> .X ing the winter months their activIties get the idea that there is, robbery Pasco _.____ 33.000 79,293 In hereby given to .all >n ,. 1 y
are likely to be at least rirned that the cltjr; council of the:
afoot they are not going to con- Pinellas _ :__ 273.00 153,770 i-lty of Htarke. Florida, Hitting a> n
beneficial as otherwise. to quail interests done it even if they are the bene- Polk _ ______. 278.000 277.9921 llonril" of Kiinaltivr' on August 18th
+d xe.lA especially in farming country 2Mb and 2Tth A. I). lft.11, made the '
Putnam ___ 92.93
ficiaries. But there is
robberyof - following' changes In the tux,: a...eMH<-
,. .. S' .where no special plantings for anybody. The little counties are St. Johns _ __ 71.000 76,151 m..nt roll Kit filed liy the city tax. ,
91.I \ hrf .. .. "... . y. quail have been made. ".""""01' far( 1031. Notice I. furtherRiven {
( belatedly getting what is theirs by St. Lucie . __ 49.000 52.135Santa that. the rltv council will at a
Landowners suiTiclenty interested Fight. They have bonded them- 'I Rosa. _ 24,000 80,88 meetlnic' to be held. on the 2nd day ,d I
+ roar 4S' 4 ? In quail can do a good deal for I selves to build state roads while Sarasota . __. 57.000 57.70 of Meutemhpr, A. D._ 11131. at the" city ,i
,I hull I In Htarke, *t ::00. o'clock p. m.
.5. these birds even though they own I the state has been building them' Seminole ____ 66,000 70,47 will hear.. from .all Much owner 01 'Ii

much livestock, by fencing off odd elsewhere out of the gas tax. State ; Sumter _ _____ 25.000 101.78 aKentn an desire to appear| and file ;'

corners here and there for' the, roads built by the counties are put' Suwanee . _-' 33,000 82.29 fixed ram1dalnte: I by the an ald tn Hoard the valuation of 1'tIIallasr aa l'

,, y, at birds planting clover (\lespedeza) to exactly the same use as roads Taylor ___ 27,000 86,850Union and hear any reason why: the val ;''
ale ., fit' 1 uetons.hould) be chantied. ,
,w around the borders of .1
; : pastures _ ____ 10,000' 38,021
I *' 4t built by the state highway depart, Fruit Growers KxpreNH: personal. l
\ tt r and protecting quail nests from ment. ,Why should one piece be Voluala. . ______ 186 203,14 -Kr"m to "00.00. ,
I )biy ,; ?y asY destruction as much as Gulf Tleflitlnir, (n., t>ernnnal. -From ,
; App r : possible. : paid for by local taxpayers and Wakulla . __... 12,000 39.85 $2000.00 to 2760 00. 4'
,7'f La" K' ''S They can scarcely expect to have I the other out of the gas tax? Walton _ _. 26.000 103.47 1"lIn".n0.., p.rllonaa-"rom $30' '

birds In equal abundance, however, Lee county can furnish a typical Washington _. 16,000 45,38 to>Pan-American$340. Petroleum Corp 'f.
with the growers of small grains' illustration. The Tamlaml Trail -.- - personal-From. IMIiO to I17SO.Juloley .
: who keep few domestic animals ( nnvln. poriinnal' -From () t I
I' one of the most heavily traveled Total _ __$5,244.000 $6.789.82 $3500 to '4000. (1)1-' '

4> through-trafflc highways in Flor- Shell Petroleum Corp., Personal 7

Y s 5' ;1'3 : 5Ft TilE LITTLE ('OUNTJES RALLY ida, runs through this county. Part Gainesville More than 3.5CK I -Southern From, $560 Hell to $Telephone 1000.. and Tele* '". ,

fc 'jr" .1p of It Is north of Fort Myers part carloads farm products shipped Kraph. e..., per..nn..I-l"rom. $618 to \>
c6 x
(From Fort Myers News-Press of south. The piece to the north was from Alachua. county since early $tr>oo.Sinclair. ) ',
% I Tteflnlno;' Co., per onal. --
J : kS .I.i : Friday 'Aug. 28) built by the state out of the gasoline spring. From IISSO to IH50.. .
I : The little counties of Florida tax motorists everywhere con- Penaacoln 1200 foot fishing Western. Union Teleirrnph: Co., per- ;i, .'.
I lI.wnl--'r. '7iM to $UUO.Nvabniird ", '
have rallied magnificently to the' tributing. The piece to the south pier at 81ntR03a Island casino Air Line Hv Co., track '} '
defense of their rights in the ga&o-I over which the same cars run was 1 I beach to be dedicated soon. Valuation"' .and Pro Itato rolllnir ', ;
stork from 2l,42fl.nn: tn $45,54900.!
line tax distribution. Accredited built by the county and our tax Winter Garden Construction Lute 2 !11 4 n tI' Hlk 4 Orlwlnat, i ito :\ ti
representatives from 52 of' them--. payers have been assessed annually on new Keene Packing Houne.Paltttka town-T. A. Ililiicciiii. I from. $12500."'
$4001)') P"
out of a total of 67 In the state. to pay for It. If it is right for Madsion street approach M 4ini 1( ft Iota 111! of llllf II except ",h,

met at Gainesville Wednesday and the state to build one stretch of the from highway No. 28 to 20: ft by 4(1'4( ft on South' sideanld I t.
to F, t". IlKlllriKHWorth, orlio vt
55 4 formally accepted the challenge of road out of the gas tax why Isn't It I 11th street will be widened and Inn I town-.1. ''''. A ml re we-From ,

w six or seven big counties to fightIt right for the state to pay for all Improved. $4"MiO to $01)00.) *,I,
out to a finish. Some '10 of I It IS and that's Florida's Hlk 211! 11'* Dxteiitled cm Kimey, malt, ; ,
-. coun- 1(7 right ex- Jacksonville squab original. town -xre|>t H 100 ft and ,,;.
ties remain to be heard from but actly what Jhe bill provides. industry brings in from $5,000.- except' a. strip of luriil NO ft on MiulINOII m7,
goln. background ot New ron: towering ..,.crapera itand thiS tree In Central Part .* a living monument at l r*.i.t by :Ill fort on WalnutMlroet &j
they are all In little terri- All counties have similar Illus and Is
yet Kilmer "author of the immortal poem.Tree." 11.... Brought from Its county 000 to $8,000,0000 annually, Mold to t,. A, Ditvlti, 2M 6 22- ,',
original borne *0
1 tM with appropriate oeremonie in that part ot Central Park where status and: tablets do mile. away too tory and no doubt will join the trations. Considering them it Is growing rapidly v .1 W. AndrewFrom' $2000 to ;,
bonor to
tree the gift ot Martin L. Dave atnei>> fray before the battle gets far un- difficult to see how I22AO. : 1
The anybody can
w) ; former congressman and head ol y
the Davey Institute 01 tre N 121* ft. of lot t III all lot :3 I Hlk :
r; Real Ohio who baa been asked bj the Joyce Kilmer Foundation to create an endowment which win iuar. der way. oppose the principle and purposeof tL: I'K'1l It F.POUT 14 U T. ('u'... A.M.. <' SH a 22- -Mr, (.

care of the tree eo long .. It live. Later In the year dedication exercise will bo held oj the !::.I..-*. r"'i'.-. '....i.ATION ., The first skirmish will take place the bill under attack by the big JoHephlno lads 13 14 Taylor of Hlk-ID Hr.n TptnplH'H to, .$800.add< r r ",i;

9 today at Tallahassee when Repre- counties Those who would knockIt Report of the Clerk of Circuit Z8 6 it-'. J. Alderman< -$1250 to I dj1Inn :
O'" 1)IF.S'l'ICI.LS The effect of Court In and for Bradford Co.ntFlorida .
summer grazing on upon otherwise similar lands given
senatlve John Mathews of Jacksonville out can bring technicalitiesam I
on account of Taxes aineaeed '
8Q Jl-AIL ABUNDANCE quail food supply is apt to be disastrous. over largely the raising of cash self-appointed mounth- stand on selfish interest but for the C. year A. Knight 192!>. tax eo11...tor 120 yri.*lot I 14 of iIrV In nil In 140 Sl 1
cattle It is true that quail occur crops of various small grains.Of piece for the big counties will go they can give no better reasons for Stark. I"'I3). ., Htipt. 1. 191 I. HISV4! 211 8 SI-T, J. Alderman
though horses sheep 12(10( to $400
g -a in fair abundance at times on all the more Important quail before the circuit court of Leon tho wholly destructive mischief c..t Pr..,,,. We. the undersigned. do hereby y,
hill, due ,Aug. 1 .615$ U
e other hoofed animals are un- "open range" where only a limited food producing plants the common county with an attack/ on the con- which Representatives Mathewsand liy amount <-<>llBi't.
bly more Important on thege amount of year around grazing occurs .- Japan clover or "lespedeza," an native stitutionality of the distribution his.cohorts are up to.Old To tial. line Ann.. Forfeiture 31 the real 1 in I. and true: and pernonal correct propetttyiuall :lint ft }s 1

r farm than quail.. the subof and may quite frequently be of Asia which has spread over bill passed by the recent legisla- New To bnl. doe Fine Ante.* 1 .a2 2.R4 .< .ed l>y the city In1.llIlnll. \ .

f their relationship Is worthy found during the hunting season in much of the, southeast In the last ture. The bill provides that all the County Law Rev. Law Rev. By amt roIltnTed -- ,143,43 HMMi \vltueHN hoard. of whereof euiiallxerN.In we have here Y."
cusalon for many landowners small, closely grazed permanent eighty years, stands up best under counties big and little shall be repaid Alachua _ ____$117.000 $191,014 To lial.. due A Itnad
x mystified as to why quail do pastures in or near farming country -' and furnishes grazing and If sev- out of the gasoline tax for Baker _.____ 11,000 36.604 Mahttvnnnve date above mentionedC. F. HOOVER

thrive on their property when I where they have been tempo- eral additional plants of similar money they have spent building Bay _ ._____ 33,000 133.148 To fly bill am, I,due r.illi A.r 11M''ed.. I -.. - .8151104\\ntl! PR AtteHt Chairman City Council 4 4

eason Is plain enough to any- rarily attracted by the easily avail characteristics could be introducedthe roads which part of the state sys- Bradford _ _.. 19,000 48,249 To hat due AIIK. XI C. A. FUTCH Ci" k. City Htarke: tt43t18, Kin.nty ,

amillar with the requirements able pine "mast," acorns or the problem of reconciling quail tem. The' immediate effect of this Brevard: _?.. 81,000 92.776 To hill. flue All.,. I n.Ildlag BBJ "'t

preferences of these birds. It winged seeds of the sweetgum tree i production and grazing might be distribution would be to give some Broward __? 9 .000 131,852 ny .amount collected -,.,- tllI.8I 1 1Tn NOTICH t

.I Infrequently happens also that for such feeds are obviously not largely solved, One of the south- 60 counties more than they prevIously . Calhoun _ .... 13,000 39,342 'I'" bal!Conntr dos Ann S>bool: III-.Oeaeral 43T.O I ,In Florlili" Circuit' (In Court t'hane.ry.Iteula Bradford. Ci>unty a

men purchase large tracts injured by grazing and are easiest ern experiment stations has been received and allow to six or Charlotte _ ___ 24.000 45.171 To hill. due AUI(. 1 H.illO.1 Onruly Complainant.William' .

primarily for quail and oth- found on nearly bare ground. Sum- interested In this problem but has seven, something less than they Citrus _ ____ 17,000 B9.334 Uy'amount. collected ..2713.21To I I v. U
bal d"eUlf.. HI ..85117.4' R. Clandy. Defendant
t me, then go Into the livestock mer grazing of quail range is, how- been unable as yet to finance the have been getting: in five or six Clay _ _._____ 18,000 62,848 Cnunlr Poll Ord lrr 06 I'uhllcitllon

a cess to help pay the expense of ever, destructive to the native per necessary experimental work. cases considerably leas. Lee county's Collier _ ____ 18,000 109,309 To bal due Auk I 80.0 State of Florida, to Wllllum X ,Y,1,
. .. 12 ni
h taming their property, only ennial beggarweeds, lespedezas The ranging of a limited amountof share would be from $17,000 Columbia _ ... 03,000 81.534 To fly Iml ami.due rolirrtsd Ann. HI - 14.00 It dandy appnurlnff: liy ulTldavIt duly filed s

h over later that the game (bush clovers), partrlde pea var- livestock over quail ground dur to $20,000 more under the new bill Dade J: _____=-_ 733.000 366.560 Total ....-....... -Recnlar In the above entitled. cauHe that
Tn bah due . >..699.114B 'the renounce of defemlant William
AUK. 1 H
i do not thrive and increase as ious climbing wild beans'and peas ing the winter months only, causes than under the previous division. DeSoto _ ______ 29,00 70.000 )" amount vnllfirted,': H. Uandy. IM. unknown and that said.

tad and other leguminous plants that comparatively little harm, altho The little counties have assessed Dixie _ _____ 14.000 49,193 Tn bat due Atiw. M ..8071.H William H. dandy la over the ace
.... .... Bended of SI ., It I III therefore 01'01..1thai '
stock running at large ef- furnish the backbone of the quail'swinter the effect on the weedy cornfieldsso themselves $15,000 for a "war Duval : ._.. 834,000 357.613 To hal. due-.e.Au f. 1 ."078 81 you yearn William H, dandy, be and
both the nesting of the birds I food supply., For this reason favored by quail Is bad, the chest" to fight off the Mathews at- Escambla _ 136,000 176,161 Hy amt. colloi-red - .If'"lftt' are hereby ref ulyd to appear to the t

, their food supply. Quail fre- : the birds are frequently'scarceor weedy growths and corn stalks tack. They nave ,engaged eminent Flagler_ _ ___ 13,000 48.093 To hat. due Aa-rlrnltnral Aug. HI -467S.3 bill of. complaint you I for divorce In Raid I caune on or filedaicalnut !'<..,

tly, It Is true, bring off young absent where. the bulk of the soon being trampled Into the counsel to assist the. attorney Franklin.. ____ 13,000 48.105 To hah. due AUK. I .-.. M3.S fore Monday the 6th day of October .

lWJy even in permanent country is' closely grazed. That ,, ground. general In disputing the.contention Gadsden _ ._ 66,000 84,180 To Hy amount bet due collected An*, SI __. ..- -_-- 427.6 1HIS.C A.lion D. of 11)31.mld otherwise bill will be the taken lie if a.e a- N

tea where small clumps of such leguminous plants are really Hogs of all the hoofed animals that the law Is unconstitutionaL Gllchrlst __ __ 8,000 25,000 WI4o'a Pen.le. ...... oonfeaaeii.

, or low-limbed pine saplings destroyed by summer grazing can may be really beneficial to quail Through their meetings : Glades _ ___'_ 10.00O 44,191 To Hy lial.amount due cnnectml Aug.: I -.. 563,92 IStt.d: It b.I I. further publl.h.d ordered once that a week this order for- .',

avoided by grazing animals be verified by anyone by compar interests In a variety of ways. for their newspapers and their leading Gulf ____?_ 7.000 32,048 To Iml. due A"nif. SI _, 427.61 four uonxecutlve weeka In Bradford

birds nesting in the edges of ing the vegetation on two sides of Instance quail are very fond of public men they will endeavor to 'Hamilton _ ___, 21.000 43.363 Reed Bride Interval and "Ink. County Teleirraph: a newnpaper pub
InnKnnd llahed In llradfurd County, Florida I
safety zones. On' the other many a pasture fence. peanuts and the tubers of nut- clarify the issue to the people of H&rdee _. .._.. 31,000 78.048 Tn Iml. due Aim.' t ..110,1)41.1Hy Witness my hand and the seal of Y

many nests are trampled un- The effect of summer grazing on grass neither of which are ordi- the state. Heretofore the !general Hendry.. __. 18,000 91.236 amount collected ___ '125.1.96To : < above named court, thl.. (September: ,i
hul. due 91 .13,707.i 2nd 193 L.
j'oot and destroyed when cat- ground cover may be as unfavor- narily availbable to them without public has been hearing mostlyone Hernando _ .._' 18,000 40,508 O. W.AUK.ALDERMAN. Clerfc. O. W. ALDERMAN 1"

r sheep are turned Into grassynot able from the quail standpoint as the assistance of hogs Which they aide of the case. They have Highlands _ __ 41,000 94.012 By ttlanche A. Vandlvlere, I). C. All Clerk Circuit Court, Uradford,

previously grazed, or the effect on food supply, sheep may follow closely for wasted bits 'heard the distribution plan denounced Htllsborough 034,000 383.049 NOTK'14 OF APPLICATION KNIGHT(DiTlclal Heal:A KNiatlT.Hollultom ) County.: Florida i

they are "minded" over the and goats being' the most destructive of these tubers. Hogs are also responsible by the big city newspapers Holmes( _ _-*__ 15.000 45,433 FOIt TAX] U.Io. for Comulalnant.. l

)ng grounds of the birds dur- animals j la ihls'r pctOf for a beneficial change of as a "robber raid" and have Indian River:. __ 32,000 45,515 9.4-51-10-2 "
Mf tlf |I. h. .hv _
> e r slv.n flint c
he summer months. The pracof course, the livestock may be so Important -' vegetation where they root up listened to frantic cries of "Stop Jackson ....' 51.00O 89,246 I.etch holder of Tax ('ertltlcets I Nc;;: NO'FICH Of APPLICATION FOR

"staking our cattle ands to the landowner that It, large patches in broom sedge or thief!" from noisy legislators rep Jefferson.. ._ 23.OOO 62.680 267. the 6th day of August, A. I H. VAX UIoIU

in a new location each day, seems Impracticable tc attempt to : sod-bound lands, such valuable resenting big-county constituencies. LaFayette ? _ 7.0OO 37,786 192$, hen and filed mad.mild application certificate for In ta moffloe Rapp Notice and I I.Martha b.r.byIv.n.tlnpp: holder that D. B.of b''

Iso destructive to quail nests correct conditions as an aid to quail food producing plants as beg Until the little county organization Lake . ..... 98,000 209,937 deed to Inline, thereon In .."c..rd.nrewith tax certificate. No 982. the 4th day
ugh many could be saved in quail even though an abundanceof garweeds, partridge pea. ragweedand was brought Into being Lee 72,000 89,862 the fnlluwlnic I law. Hald ilfiicrlond certificate embrace. of July' A. I). 1987 lull filed lalil, t.
Hituatud certificate In office
course of the long southern these birds is greatly desired. so forth replacing for a few oply the small voice of this newspaper Leon _ _____ 68,000 112,127 In Bradford county property PMorldn. -. application for my tax deed and to made l..ue

ng season !If the ground with- It is well to know however why seasons the uprooted grasses. It feebly echoed by a few Levy ..___. 32.000 129,289 INII.thw..t thereon In accordance with law. it

ach of the grazing animal the birds are' scarce in heavily is probably true that wild "razor- others, had proclaimed the fact Liberty _ ___ 7,000 40.485 quarter Hurt Inn quarter 1ft Twp..f 8outhwen 6 Houll. Maid lowing certificate described. embrace property the ltuated foN }A

first carefully looked over. grazed country, though abundant back" hogs eats the eggs In such that the distribution is In every, Madison------3O.OOO 77,118 Itanxe It East 40 acres In Uradford County, Florida, towlljweet 'P

---- .- ----'- -. ----_.-= _. --- -._-- -- _. .e .. The inHrniny_ . . rf Mufti' ,itrrprtI !. I n.-.., at s.uthwatl.urns." n' tlouth. 0
- - - ;
-- Nortt..t'I rtr
---- quarter of
I "THE MAIN THING ON MAIN STREET" By L. F. Van Zelm 4k Went run 071 lca.t I a-4 Sit ft. 2-4 South ft. DOO North ft. to 800 beir.ft. +

"Section' 34, Twp 9 South Itance 3J
Kant. -11 ncrei.
YA 'aor1'i' The AHMeeamnnt of sold property
tiity 3 Buzz quTOMOBILE HOSPITAL a. under the ...101 certificate laeueil
THAT'SRIGHT HEN QATTLETI2APS GROUrID- / wan In the name of Unknown.
1007 gE4HOD-VAlvE4 rt i rE GLASES UP HERE A r / Unleiia Maid certificate ahull he redeemed -
MAIN STREET'S TosT T1RE4 tEH5TITC441NCo 3/J according to law tax d..",
(RISING l TbOT YEtt ORDERS TAkEN eo1Z HEY HEN.. PURPOSE / w / will Umie thereon on the 14th day of
OWN HORN IN = y September, A. D. 1921. a
W I I441 DO YA
tutted thl. 12th day of August
u_ I14UNDEa ; A, O? 1831.O.
((1'.1) Clerk of Circuit Court.

I RISE OUT OF HEN l-14-6t-9ll Bradford, County Florida.

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GENIAL GARAGE ; OPI1IE- Notice ta hereby seven that deo.
A. A Debbie! Oarcllner' holder* of tax
Thll,:BRaT HOME Hl; certificate No. ZD7. the (th day. nf
v- AuKimt. A. D. !
flR3T SUPPLY OF 1129. ha. filed ealil ,
certificate In my office and matin
ir.E, application: for tee deed to INCUR
I hereon In accordance with la w.
JUST A THE SHOP:; described property iltuated
< + agn9 OH F'HEAvEN'S in Bradford County, Florida to-wll ;
or WIND BLEW!: \ TH'A /' NorthWf. quarter of "Mnutheantquarter
ALONG It K2 of Southwest quarter eectlon
LIFTgp; HEN 21. Twp fj Houtti Han.. :22 Ku.t-19acrea.
The amendment nf Raid property
under the eald certificate Imiued was
I P T5e4. .-3.JJOHOTHyJ ..- In the name of 0.... II. Weller.

deemed"acrnrlldnrs/fto5law/ taxhdend

-- ... will
-- Untie thereon
on the 14th day
- -- -- . .. .
- of Heptember A. D. 1931.: ,
)JA n f4TIe I By Charles McMannsv D Date''* 12tl day of August A.

1.-Y-ELL (Seal) Cleric of Circuit/ Court.
Your SI'TE StGN0i4 FORTlySIM0 ME BROKE( H'S TM4JMQ Bradford County, Fla.

,, PLAV''' '' A O"'TO, AT A THE PIANO ""' A PIANO OO'T Jt -
TO)10HT, TELL "'IE 'THAT ) ONT ' Notice In ", that
. ,holder Cerr.
Ideate No. .14. the 5th
tali day of Au-
: WHAT D0C' gout A. O. lost.), has filed call oartlIrate '
NE O3)e' In my office and made apllcatlon -
r for tax deed to Incite there.
con tn accordance with 1-..... Said cer
flcate embrace the following de.
scribed I property mtuated In lirad-
ford County Florida, to-will
Deg t<2 ft. W&1113.10ftN
I a d from Southeast ear ..f Section 19 Jk
run N 112 ft B 420 ft 8 112 ft W 430
1 tbr tt tn beg In flout' beaut quarter of
outheast. quarter. Season 10 Tro.. 'T
41 Mouth: Hana-e 2* P.a.t. t
The a N. .ment of paid property
under the said certificate Imiued. was
w- d +t 1If .. In the name of U H. BeUenbaiiKh.
Il Ii Iina.
unleee said certificate shall b. re-
I ( deemed according to law, tax deed
will issue thereon on the 14th day
of September A. D. I"'.
Q D,Dl/atniltl tale' 12th 'day of Augu.q A.

,... O. W. ALDERMAN ;
._.__ 'A_ C Seal) Clerk of Circuit urt. +
M MJktiJ i .
e.fljfd/0"1 County Florida.


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1 ,. 1 Bradford ,County Telegraph Documentary Tax Female Births There is also a small flatheadedborer nlshing 15 cords be,,jf)peneot l;:
(Dr. E. Porter Felt Director the related to the deadly bronze court house and ,wOod rR'tie' (
Established 1877 Bartlett Tree Research Labbrator- birch borer and the tw .lI 1 "ches HghtwoSd m One IiIII
Li Detail of Law That IVpoome Effective nut borer, serious enemies of the' and one halt
I Are Increasing les, Stamford, Conn.) green yellow pin { 10,
\ Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class After September 21 The flowering dogwood Is try difficulty birch and oak respectively, which soned. The wood .o,spill, **>
works in the twigs and kills small 1
t Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida I Attorney General Carey D. Lan- -- This is a deservedly favored branches. Another related species strans long and to be 3 8 stran-feet to the? e

ells has advised Comptroller Erne Washington female population woodland and ornamental bores in the center of the twigs, high Same long and"

} S. Matthews ___._____.. ___'________ Owner and PublisherManagingEditor Amos that the new state docu- Increasing more rapidly than shrub. Its beautiful white flowers killing .smaller ,branches. Spray shed In court to house be racked ms

+i' '. J. C. Robinson .__ .- ___ ----______ mentary tax. which becomes effective the male was revealed by the cen- In the spring are among the strik- ing in late May or early in June spected and apProved yard &JI4
bureau. of attractive land- have considerable by IV
4''i after September 24, requiresall sus ing an would probably Baisden.
f 4 r t I SUBSCRIPTION RATE documents named in the act Whereas In 1920 there were 104 scape. There Is also a pink variety value in checking both of these. o W

to bear a 10-cent stamp "multiple: men and boys to each 100 worpen which is very beautiful. This shrubor The common flat-headed borer Clerk, BoarQ Alderman
: : : Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance thereof" regardless of the value of and girls that sex ratio now stands small tree may be found from limits its attack very largely to 1t 'County Cc

i +' Advertising Rates on Application the Instruments. .I at 102 5. Massachusetts to Florida. Large weakened trees and shrubs. Occasionally --.-- mieds
This opinion Is contrary to one Even In virile Nevada which hada dogwoods with a trunk diameterof one finds many dog- I Ybor City ---
given out by the attorney gener- rugged ratio of 148.4 men to each six or eight inches are amongthe woods with the sapwood thickly I Ybor City to Closed:: laIIt!
, The depression has even affected the size and number offish ul'a office recently in which it was 100 women 10 years ago, the males highly prized trees. scored with the sinuous channels of dend of eight pay addition
"i fishermen bring in. stated that notes of less than $100 now outnumber by only 140.3 to' The dogwood is somewhat shal- these grubs. Even a little scorch- tore perent I to dy!,
j I"R R i t ti value did not require the stamptax. 100. No other state even approximated low rooted. It does best in open Ing at the base of the stem may be
o Attorney General Landis' ex the Nevada preponderance woodlands. It has suffered greatly quickly followed by attack by this

If Ford would buy all the old Fords in the country, it plained the .opinion was written though Wyoming with 1238 and from the droughts of the last borer. The most effective control
, r ,i!y. by an assistant and was counter- Montana with 120 brought echoesof two seasons and has also been the for this Insect is to avoid conditions
' ,( would end the depression. mended, but was given the press the days when plains chiefly victim of other agencies. : which tend to reduce vitality. FLORIDA
'_ o. through mistake. heard the cowboy sing to restless The dry weather has weakened Maintain wherever possible the
The Landis opinion holds that herds many of these beautiful shrubs and normal leaf covering of the forest. THEATRE
,, Its too early to get excited over square. pies. A square- all documents named in the bill Back In 1880, Montana had 256,6 produced condition favorable to Take precautions against fire in

i 'i; meal is of more importance. wculd require a 10 cent stamp If males to each 100 females, Wyoming attack by borers. In a few cases the woods. Feed before. drought GAINESVILLE, FLA
I : I their value was under $200. and had 213 and Nevada 207 5.v this condition has been accentuated produces conditions which may re-
---- ---o-- that an additional 10-cent stamp Where Women PredominateThe by draining. This causes a low- sult in serious borer injury. Program

1.. s Wauchula Herald says night shirts are out of date in would be required for each additional District of Columbia, at the ering of the water table and If it Week Sept
) $100 value)' of the Instru- end of the scale, had but 90.9 men occurn just prior to a series of COACII BACHMAN: VISITOR
Not out of date-out of sight. .
this pajama age. ment. to'e&ch 100 women. Massachusettshad dry summers there are correspondingly - TODAY

o The ruling extends to promissorynotes 95.1, Rhode Island 95 2. Women serious results. The weak Coach Bachman of the University -
non-negotiable notes written outnumbered l men in 11 as ened condition has been accentuated of Florida Gainesville, was in WARNER
brave husband who declared it was not IJAXTER
And it was a obligations to pay money, as- against seven states counting the in some cases by light fires Starke Monday, guest of the Busi-
r walking that kept him thin but his wife's riding. plgnments of salaries, wages or District' of Columbia in the last which have scorched the very baSeof ness Men's Club, and following the In
other compensations, and mort- census. New Hampshire, Connecticut the stems and has been followed luncheon hour spoke to the mem-
o gages "which incorporate the certificate Tennessee and Louisiana by an abundant invasion of flat- bers on the value of athletics in "THE SQUAW Ma\
}s v Pa has added to his list of worries the fear will : of, Indebtedness not other- were added to a list which already headed borers. There are four more schools and colleges. Before returning -
Included Massachusetts Rhode!common borers which attack this to Gainesville Mr. Bach- With
want to wear his derby to the afternoon bridge club. wise shown in the separate Instruments -
lie ,w ," the opinion stated.: Island[ District of Columbia, North shrub. man paid a visit to the high school,
Lupe Velez
,, i o Each renewal of Instrument Carolina South Carolina Georgia The'dogwood bark borer is a speaking briefly to members of the I Eleanor

Strange things will happen. New Jersey man was ar also calls for the same rate of taxation and Alabama. j I small caterpillar related to the B. H. S. football squad. Board
i However, there were 1,499,114more peach tree borer. It works in the man
rested for driving a team of horses while under influence of .. males than females In the rougher bark of the larger limbs NOTICEAt

liquor. ELECTRIC RATES ARE 122,775,046 population of the entire and the trunk and occasionallycauses SATURDAY"RECKLESS
r. 0- REDUCED IN EFFORT TO United States. extensive rough dead areas. the regular meeting of the
INCREASE CONSUMPTIONLake Native White PopulationThe It la best controlled by promptly board of county commissioners to
'' Mississippi is considering installation of targets along native ,white population 'of treating and protecting scars and be held the first Monday;: in October. BOOR

i the highways for promenaders with guns, who now try their Worth:"" Sustantial reductions native white parentage included other rough areas, places favored 1931 that being October 5th, With
48,010,145 males and 47,487,655 fe-
skill on highway markers. In rates on electricity for male, a 101.1, ration as comparedwith CONRADACEL
heating have been made
I 0 purposes a, 101.7 patio 10 years ago.
by the city commission of Lake '
The short-liner on the Valdosta Daily Times has lived in Worth, In an effort to Increase use The negro population; comprised Announcing Opening of Sub-Dealership' DOROTHY :\CK\ILll
5,855,669 male, and 6,035,474 females -
a small town. He says what you hear in a small burg makes of current from municipal plant or 97 mutes per 100 females,

Ui,, up.for what you miss seeing. budget which ;.with The the commissioners water operating believe as Chinese compared j with 99.2 in 1920. S.D.CHEATHAMLAWTEY 1 1I Monday & Tuesday
Japanese, and Mexican
--0 that the reduced rates will COLBEIll
males far outnumber\ females. The
s A revolution followed the visit of newspapermen to Cuba lead to purchase of electric appliances Chinese population was 22,588 > FLORIDA

i, and that probably accounts for the small number of towns and Installation of heat me- males and 3,289 females, a 686.8 t ,. In
ters by many persons now using. .
ratio. The ration
seeking the winter press meetings. electricity only for light. 276.3;' Mexlcan Japanese 65.6. was Handling Purina Chows in the Secrets of a SecrefiiWEDN'ESD.1 < \
In addition to
the rate reduction -
Sectionally, the north had approximately -
.Chicago woman was granted a divorce because!\ her husband three months free service will the same sex ratio as CHECKERBOARD
be given the BAG Y
during. year, the 4th,
said "barbarous and ancient. More the country at large; the south
,ti; kissing was likely, eighth and twelfth months being ,
the reason was because he was ancient. 'free. From the first hundred kilo- bad females a relatively; the higher west a proportionof relatively BETTER FEEDS-BETTER SERVICE.; "REBOUND"With
watt hours the new rates 'Will be
o higher proportion of males.
3 cents an hour, 2 1-2 cents for the
Lake Butler has an official lion tamer and tail I twister. net 100 and 2 cents for aU addi- Northern negroes number 101 Bradford Farmers .
males 100 females western County INA CLAIRE
5'' S If a real lion shows up over there,'two official positions are tional consumption. The former 104.1 males per 100 females, and

going to be declared vacant on a writ of error. rates were 3 cents for the first southern 959 'males per 100 females
.. 40, 4 1.2 for: the next 60 and 3 1-2 I !
Indicating In migration of Thursday & Friday
F; - -O--- for all additional consumption. Supply Company
negroes from the south, males have
Avery Powell is worried lest the man who'invented the Charges for electrical plumbing been somewhat more CHARLES FARRELL1
numerous -
t hose that shoots a spray around a corner should wet pros- and building permits will also be a than females. Starke :: .' "**
i further effort to installation Florida >'
encourage JANET GAYNORIn
perity. Old man r. will stay one corner ahead of J im. of additional electric e -
appli Miami Beach :
-- City council accepted -
ti 0 - ances. reduced'
lighting contract
Madison Enterprise-Ilecoider editor Informs his readers for street lighting of Flordia Power SPECIALIZING IN GROCERIES
"Merely ]
i that he is back from the seashore with a blistered back. And and Light Co. J

that represents the total sum of what he had to say about the handsome addition to the B -- - --

beach I H. S. grounds is the large, new U.
S flag,, and just below It a small
0-- class flag,.that now flutters in the
For information of officers trucks breezes the school thesJtell'el
''t, our operated by transportation over building.
companies on state highways must be provided with A new flag pole was much needed
and the class of '31 paid the ex- Oea
f rear .view. mirrors and trailers must be equipped with air pense of a tall pole that has beenj\ I
brakes.' painted and is surmounted by a[
o golden colored sphere. The stand-'

H '1, Writer: advises, people not to worry about chiggers and ards Imbedded supporting In cement the thereby flag pole mak-are

r redbugs,. as they are harmless.. The main objection to the ing a neat and permanent support.

litUo pests is the unusual activity aroused in the person at- Cordial thanks are.due. the following -,
who assistedIn
tacked. persons freely
providing material and erectingthe
flap Dole MrO.. A. -Ttlrirl.j.
!t Aside from shipping, frog u.legs by the ton, Florida'has aplant'in Quigley k bavla,-Mr.-J. 'F.'Colley i And to clear the store of hundreds of articles of first class merchandise -
1'fr. Carl Olsen, Mr. Harvey
> "Speed" -
Arcadia for canning rattlesnake sleak.( We are glad Mr.Wilkinson, James Richard we are taking our final dose of mark-downs i in this !last
thin can' be classed! as a rare delicacy ((1)) on account of the Wainwright and the school jani-

a scarcity. of such vermin. tor, Mr. Nick Thomas. The materIal 'effort of clearance. All thought of profits has gone a-glimmering.
for the class flag, of prismatic
0 colors was given by Stump's Store, Our satisfaction will be the smiles that will spread over the faces of
Broward county proposes to protect quail and (dove by and the flag was beautifully made
_ Itfl by Mrs. L. O. Hemingway. It is buyers when they the remarkable
opening the hunting season on November 14tn and closing the see savings offered on every item
hoped that the class of 32 will arrange -
next dayj This action is made necessary because of wanton for another flag when they 'in the store. .Nothing excepted: everything to at reduction of
r ; killing.last season by "sportsmen." are graduated. go a

rc i 0 Rev. Q. P. Raymond took a keen
I interest In this improvement and
3 Palmetto News wonders why the Chinese are always on managed the entire affair .

: p the verge of starvation yet have plenty of money to use for' 4 .. .. S
ii ; fighting each other. It's easier to borrow money from other AT THE GAIETY THEATRE :: ': 201FLORSHEIM :

; r h ,nations! to fight with than to borrow to buy groceries.. Two exceptionally entertaining,, .

a all talking pictures will be seen .
next at the Gaiety theatre, at
Leesburg Commercial cannot decide which is,worse the Starke. Friday and Saturday, the

S _:_, is Reds or the Ku Klux. The klan apparently exists solely for' fastest stepping comedy of the SHOES STETSON HATS-

the fees secured from suckers when they join and political year. Stepping: Out"-When wives SUPREME BUILT SERGE
I are away husbands go bachelor, SUITS -VAN HEUSEN SHIRTS
parties in _
campaign The Reds
years.. _might be guilty of but when wives step out in their V
worse. turn you see the. funniest film of
o the year, We have splendid values in suits. hats, shirts, shoes-splendid values at

r To increase consumption of Monday and Tuesday next the the old prices-now you can buy them at further '
electricity, I..akeVorth municipal year's laughing hit. "It's A Wise a reduction of- 20 per cent.

'GS t plant has reduced electrical rates from 5-and 3 1-2 Child. starring Marion Davies. Our new fall line of hats in all the neW color tones, are going at the same

cents to 3 and 2 cents kilowatt. Starke's This Is a Balasco production that discount. You
a municipal plant is may scour the entire but
r ran a solid year on Broadway. The county you cannot find values the
,'. idling with a fractional load when a reduction in. rates would management of the Gaiety theatre equal of,what offered you during this sale-Remember held back

increase! the.. revenue. Is doing their best to give their -everything offered for sale nothing
in this
1 0 N patrons> the very best all talking store-every item of men's and boys'
pictures that the business will afford furnishings can be secured at this bargain reduction.
Commissioner of Agriculture They will last long
Mayo won his fight to and care and wise judgment will have not
y i d' prevent Florida oranges from being treated with arsenical ire being exercised In the selection -you to come early and get your selection. .r

spray to hasten maturity. For this good of each picture and we kindly solicit 20 PER
1 ir fight, made in the CENT OFF ON EVERY DOLLAR
your patronage. YOU SPEND
j face of strenuous objections by HERE
unscrupulous shippers of Especially interesting to aU.
W green fruit, he deserves the commendation of the entire state. farmers on Sept. 18-19 big dem-
+ 'q onstration film "Bigger Potato

1, Trucks are allowed to, use-p-body widths up to eight feet : profit Yield. This through Is an added larger attraction.quality f' J. M. ALVAREZ

1 under an act passed by the: last legislative session. This

means such vehicles will use ten to eleven feet of the sixteen .LECTURE AT COURTHOUSE
W; L. Brandon
win lecture at the
-; foot roads and it is okeh with
truck drivers for other cars to courthouse next Wednesday night STARKE r
tab'to the ditches If they object these freights passing on Temple Guardians, or Sentinelsof FLORIDA

them at 45 per. American Liberties. The public t
k la invited.

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