Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: October 2, 1931
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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: Local Fighter To ------1 I TORNADOES DEFEAT LAKE; Starke To Play Judge Upholds

e's Appeal I Box In Gainesville ;; STORKS ASKF.D TO CLOSE

I' The City Athletic Club of FIRST Following an expression by Private Motor
Before BUTLER 13-0 IN Chiefland Today
Aired :' Gainesville, announce the following ; GAME : many of the business men of J
boxing card for Monday. October
; the town last Friday afternoon

5, to be held in the City Club arena I --- for closing their doors

[Supreme Court at 8:30: o'clock. By Robinson, and rman, B. It. S. I Cox tries send run .and The B. It. S. Tornadoes will meet from 3:30: to 5 o'clock to attend Lines Fee Law

In the main bout "Black Horse" Sports Editors.) makes 4 yards. E. Robinson tries) the strong Chiefland eleven here the football games! played

Harvey of Gainesville, will meet line buck and 2 Here the -
The B. H. S. Tornadoes defeatedthe gets yarda. this afternoon at the Munctpal on municipal field an
Seek to 'ay Samy Lucas of Jacksonville. Both Is, a sad event L. Robinson tries I effort will be made this weekto Circuit Judge DeWitt T. Gray
Vet Lake Butler "Gophers", 13-0. Field at 3:30: o'clock.
Says Di'ht With fighters, are heavy hitting light- pass and throws right lntt\ hands of The Tornadoes came out of theli have as many stores as last Thursday upheld the constitutionality ' '

I County state's I'unduIda's weights and capable of packing The Tornadoes started in the Lake Butler man who runs 10 game last week with a feW'' injuries possible to close this after- of the 1031 legislativeact

real action in their ten rounds of game over-confident, but after the yards before being downed nnd a victory over the Lake Butler noon for the game with requiring private bUR line operators ),
milling. They met once previously Lake Butler loses 2 yards on attempted Chiefland. The superintendent to '
1931: gasoline tax reve- first few plays they changed their Gophers, while Chiefland wall pay certain fees, In a decision -

Itwas attacked and defended fighting a draw. mind and got down to, business. left Lake Butler defeated by Ocala 50-0, so this of schools and principalof given at :acksonvllie. i
t In the semi-final Indian Herring, completes pass for 12 yards They the high school urge the
court In TalL Both team displayed fine offense, ) should put Chiefland team on trfield In his oral decision Judge Gray (
I state supreme of Starke, will meet "Honey Boy"Bradford follow with a line buck for a gain the defeat business men of the town to held the n
Monday before a court- but a weak defense. The Gophers Friday to avenge complaining company Wile
of Jacksonville. Herring of 4 yards. Again they buck the actively support the school
rowded with listeners, many played a fine game of football for of last week. a common carrier and not a private ,
In members of the legislature a local fighter, Is a favorite with their first game and with a little line for 6 yards The Tornadoes defeated Chief, games this season carrier, and aa such was required d pw

the act, Gainesville fans and his bout with more experience they should give Lake Butler tries two end runs land team at Chiefland last year. . .. to pay fee levied by the ,i
Bradford should prove Interesting. tot no gain line but fail to gain; had that "- -- 'state railroad
lease came to the high court any team a close game. ,,0. although the Tornadoes commission which
state's appeal from a clr- In the preliminaries Ray Men- The Tornadoes seemed to have a they they topped It off witha 170 pound line In front of them of CONFEDERATE VETS Included $50 for filing application
I del of Savannah, will meet Kid 9 yard run but, tailed to pass them lost last and ,
order halting paymentenue jinx on them for every time thatthey which five of were a mileage fee based upon the y
urt to counties under thee I Mathews of Palatka, while a battle got within the ten yard line I enough chalk marks_,_ and lose ball. year by graduation.The WILL I NOT ASSEMBLE load carried.
royal will start the bouts. .. Starke get me pig SKin ana gives will be The action was' Instituted ,
injunction was obtained I tney were penalized fifteen yard probable lineup : by C. '
i Johnny Minardi, captain of the it to Cox who makes 10 yards. EL Davtiand. U. Smith
E. Mathewa, Duval coun- for some freak play. I Sternberg and Inman ends Florida ReunionHMrtracked for private operator under s

o ator, who claimed the 1931 University of Florida boxing team. Dekle, played a fine game for: Robinson makes five plunging line Matheny tackles McMiUai This Year contract with a chain grocery con fI ;

totes the state constitution and for two year champion of the the Gophers while Cox and Rob- and gains IS yards In all.> But, L and Lewis guards; Tyson center: cern. Smith'. counsel contended 11. ,,

ride argued for one hour Southern conference will referee. tnoan starred for the Tornadoes. Robinson follow with a fine fum Cox and Mast at halfbacks; RobInson Ocala, Sept. 29.Florida veterans the railroad commission had no ; ', 1
i ble and Lake Butler
i minutes. Play by Play of the Game as Seen recovers. L. P. quarterback, Robinson, who followed Lee In the struggle jurisdiction over individual or r
Starke calls time out to recuperate. -
assisted attorneys By Inman: E. fullback. for the not companion transporting good or
by will
[elate, BECK I Confederacy
Lake Butler takes ball for i along +'
I by an organization of 62l'ldA's ANNEXESFEATURE BOUT Lake Butler kicks off to E Rob- gather in convention thl year. passenger for hire upon state
ride but follow
no gain. They
smaller counties, con- inson who returned fifteen yards: with a hard driving head on lint 4-II CLUB CONTEST IN LAKE General W. E. McGahagin stall highway, when the operator 1* UDder -

the 1931 act does not vloe Pugilist and fumbled. Lake Butler recovers, BUTLER SATURDAY commander of the United Confederate contract of one or more per- r
Lawtey Way to buck that gains them 1 yard.! Lake '
Butler takes the ball for s a sona.
[ constitutional prohibitionsthe Lake Veterans, announced the 1931
Victory Over McLendonof Butler takes ball around end for 4
state paying bond Palatka six yard ride through the line, then yard gain, and ,drives at line for The fifth annual .-H Club Contest reunion had been called oft be He maintained the commission ;
in debt. It follows It with another 2 yard : of "hard times." could not require the company or
erwise going up Day in Union county will bi cause
-- no gala; but they make 6 yard*
the effect of the act was "Kid"' gain through line. They attempted held In Lake Butler on Saturday; The general said his decision individuals to have a certificate of i t1
Gainesville, Sept 29--Tom around end, and then loses the ball
ID reimburse counties for Beck of Lawtey combined wild another try at the Imp but failed on attempted p.... ,..October 3rd. This occasion each was caused by reports from several ' public convenience and necessity, ,}
It: On the next attempta of in th. or to pay the mlllage tax required
counties built andtook to the <
wllleb the pierce creates considerable interest larger camp
and wide rights and lefts with am Starke gets bal' and gives It to year 4: '
of Its back carried' it 'through for 4yard state believed reunion thli by 'j
over as part t.h.1 and draw a large crowd of peopl they a
bidexterous short jab to pound Mast who gain 1 yard. But had held a aa
and first down. But luck interested In the great year would be' unwise. Genera! Judge Gray, previously
1l8tem. who
out a ten round decision over Floyd most beautiful run of the game are
assisted by Hugh Tay- McLendon in the main bout of the played for Starke the next play was made next Cox takes ball and work that Is being done for th Quincy and H. C. Tllman, when Lake Butler center throws rural boys and girls through the I would be resumed In 1932. on a similar question, was un .
City Club's weekly boxing show airs out for 3ft yard around right. con.tltutlona1.The state ,
fullback's head for a supreme
act In- the ball over
assailed the as
pa tiers last night. The Judges' award Mast follows with 8 yards through 4-H Club work. court reversed his order, but the
a the grounds It seeks to pay; 10 yard loss. Lake Butler recovers The exhibits will be Ui, place bj ;
Beck bull but
met with approval of fans as the line.",Cox get again STRAWBERRY PLANT MAN United State court
Lake supreme
H'bond with state funds and hits line for 3 yards.
debts aDd
10 o'clock Saturday morning,
Mc 2 Robinson
rounds while comes
won six of the dropped yarda. VISITOR him.Teachers.
K the credit of the state forHcdness Lendon annexed two and the others Butler tries run around left end back to gain the 2 yards. Starke will be judged by the state extension -- .

of Its counties, and were rated as even. and Sternberg tackles and throws gets 1st down on next play at line. workers from ten to twelve. J. A. Bauer of Judaonia, Ark.,
the state on a credit instead them for a 2 yard loss. /They com In the afternoon the boys and
Butler takes time out. Cox
Neither boxer displayed any to end for I was in Starke first of the week, Association. -
Hash basis great amount of science but both pleted a forward pass goes around end for nice gain of I 8 girls will render an interesting program getting first hand Information a*
Homey General D. LandlaHdfor 10 yard gain, but lost the ball on demonstrations Met Last Saturday
Cary exhibited a powerful brand of slugging yards. Now this next play Is one with a play; song, to probable needs of our strawberry

the state by outlining a which they exercised throughout downs. of the greatest plays of the famous and talks on club work I' growers for plants, leaving -
Hj of road building in Florida. the 10 rounds Beck who tow Starke takes ball and Cox: car combination, E. Robinson, Cox The awards will be made at end' Wednesday morning for Plant The Bradford County Teacher }
Him discussed the ries it around end for 10 yards. Association met Saturday morning
ered over his opponent i by five and Sternberg. called the butter of program. City. Mr. Bauer stated that he ha
Hit ut under attack claiming E. Robinson follows through line Invited to at 10 o'clock at the Bradford High
Is come
but landed warble. E. Robinson gets the Everybody
inches, missed often yet finger the finest lot of plants he has raid '
HjtU law does not deal with McLendon Cor 8 yard gain. E. Robinson again ball and back of the line bring lunch, and spend the day. set School.
more effective blow runs way ed in year and expects to ''t
HI and does not pledge theHit boxed in spurts but hurled his beat follows with 1; yd; and again he and waits for two fellows to tackle The annual Club Contest will ty twenty-five or thirty million plants I Thirty-five teacher were present
credit for he bucks the line for 8 yards.,Ha at Stark and enjoyed the Instructive ,program
count3obllga/ Bradford
county >
blows at his foe when In action. him and then throws the ball to held In before the season ia over. Plants '
I even had nerve to try,it again bht bounce off hn the third Saturday In OotobesI1t0AN1'LATION I rendered; which,waa as follow ,
There were no'knockdowns. MeJLendon Cox who lets it on are cheaper this year Mr. Bauer
HjP,AdaIr, Jackaonvile, one of; no gain. L. Robinson takes a try : *:
: weighed 160 while Beck Lake hands and into Sternberg's, then said, because of labor conditionsand .
Hfsul at the capsule and fumbles, Song-America. _
county has to do is run for
fought at 157. called time all Sternberg HAMPTONV. the favorable weather condition
Starke Devotional-Dr. Jones.
folowed with assertions Butler recovers.
a touchdown but this did not M. C. A PK11FKCTKI1) of him state allowing quick ?
Htlu act does not seek to clrHrat out to recuperate. count because E. Robinson was to growth. Section meetings:

t the state constitution ref THIEVES ENTER FOUR Dekle for Lake Butler .hits line when he threw High school meetings.
H bonds, debts and credits, .STORES OVER COUNTYTO twice 'In succession and gains 1 1 the near ball to ground Cox. Cox; makes 6 At a meeting of the young men. Correction In High School of Bad

>rged by Mathews in his ap- TAKE PETTY LOOT yard. He follows this with a beautiful around right end. L. of Hampton Tuesday night an organization ATTF.II'Ti'ItJICIUF.: !: / Reading JllLblt.-.Mr. Maxwell,, r
yard gain !
left end run. Then was perfected. an< _._ table dlacua-
mn for the injunction. -- 20 yard -- Followed by round a
Robinson throws a 30 yard pass C. A.
Y. M.
aid 25 Florida counties spent Galneavllle Sept. 28.-Four minor they try right end run' and gets to Sternberg who carries It to the named the Tuesday ol Mr. and ,Mra. 1=. L Bailey of the slon. i

money In building roads tak- store robberies were reported 3 yards. The game was halted 3 yard line. Cox takes it around This organization Is composed Brooker section, were brought to Filamentary: meeting: J,

r by the state than the totalBit I yesterday by the office of Sheriff again for Starke takes time out left end for the touchdown. Mast young men of Hampton and vicin Sttrke late Monday afternoon for Teaching of Reading in.the Filamentary : ;

I of their bonded Indebted- R. J. Wells. Two breaks occurredat Lake Butler takes ball and 'on a tried hard to get the extra point ity. There were about 36 members treatment following, what was said Urndes-.-.Mr, Morrow Followed

while 42 counties have bondBits Waldo Saturday night and two winding and dodging run gets 13 but failed. enrolled, and officers elected. an attempt by both to end their by round table discussion.

greater than their expenBa at Hampton.The yards. They attempted line buck Starke kicks off to'Lake Butler President---W. J. Root. Wil- live by taking Paris green. They Primary meeting

for roads later made a part drug store operated'by Dr. for 2 yard loss. Again they hit the who returns it 6 yards. Lake But Vlce-Prealdent Marvin yvere treated by Dr E. L. Biggs Essentials of a Good. Reading jl

state system.A. J. B. Ambrose at Waldo was entered line for no gain. On next play gets ler attempts pass and E. Robinson liams.Secretary. and later taken to Marr Hospital,, Lesson-: -Mra. Moore. Followed by

Henderson of Fort Myers, by prying open the, front 3 yards through line. intercepts It for Starke. Matheny --.Vivian Saxon both responding to treatment and round table discussion. }'

Htr small county organizationr door. Several packages of ciga Starke takes ball for a while and fumbles but recovers for loss of 3 Treasurer Earnest Morgan. of were declared out of danger Tuesday In addition to the program above f

said county bonds will not rettes and a slot machine were gives it to Mast who makes 10 yards Matheny tries again and Board of directors'composed morning, when they were die Dr. Howard of the state board of

id with state funds since the stolen. The front door of the Don- yards across end. Ball is brought makes 9 yards around,end and he four officers and an additions O missed from the hoxpltal.. health gave a talk on "Health and h,

ne tax revenue money be- aldson and DeSha store at Waldo back but o reason can bo given. again runs for 16 yards around number of four member.. Mr. From what could be learned of Contagious Diseases. Dr. 'Mitch- ;
Williams, s
county funds after appor- was also pried open. Four thousand Cox makes 6 yards around left end. end nearly to the goal but the end L. Harrison, Frank the Incident, Mrs. Bailey took the ell and Dr. Cralgle of the University -

m cigarettes were taken. Mast follows with right end run came at last for both teams and Thornton Johns, C. G. to beheld poison while her husband was of Florida addressed the

'lor, a representative of GadsBounty Two stores at Hampton were entered for 1st down This first quarterend they departed on friendly terms. A director's meeting and all working in the field and when he teachers on the subject of His.ex- h;
in the state legislature, and a small quantity of cigars with score 00. next Friday night returned to the house Mrs. Bailey tension. division courses. A number e

B the attack on the revenueHe and cigarettes were stolen. Second quarter opens with pigskin meelngs are to held Tue.daynight ,Informed him what she had done. of the Bradford County teachers 9

claimed the law creates aact The names of the concerns were still in Starke's possession.Cox T FORMER SOLON AND of each week. to 'A tablespoon of the Paris green are planning to take advantaged .

between the state to as- not disclosed. takes ball for 5 yards aroundleft FLORIDA AGENTS TO The members are planning remained, and report were that these extension, couraes.. ,

the bond obligations of the County officers, who are investigating end: E. Robinson takes ball on SPEAK OVER VVRUF put on a play in the near future Bailey decided to take It, but it la .

ea were of the belief that fake pass and carries It through and the proceeds of this play are not believed he took,, much of the '

charged that the bill never the robberies were commltteed by line for: 1st down. Again Robinson One of the author of the act to be used In purchasing equipment Olson, If any. From other sources 1)11." C'UOOKE AND MISS COMING '

of asserted violations of leg- eBirths through the line. Mast follows for county agent work will The member will attend the revival Mra. Bailey's first attempt to end ---- rr
around state radio meeting at the Christian Dr C. W. Crooke, superintendent e4
"e procedure as outlined by with a 3 yard gain speak to Floridans over her life.8TAHKK.
institution. Tight end. E. Robinson takes ball station WRUF October 8. He la church: next Tuesday night in a of the Anti-Saloon League of'Florida -

Lewis replaces A. F Lever, co-author of the body.Thla. 1 and Mia Minnie E. Neal tate
"> panting, for the sake of through line for 6 yards. GROVE HOLDS MEET
ent, that Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Hodge, Brown at guard for Starke. Smith-Lever Act and now a representative movement ha the hearty resident of the W. C. T. U., will
the act did become
m he claimed It was void be- Starke SOD Sept. 30th. Cox makes first down around left of the Federal Farm endorsement and support of all the The member of: Starke Grove ba In Stark October 7th. The ,

the appropriation It made Mr and Mrs. Brownie Bennett, end. Mast attempts right end but Board. He will speak on the Florida ;citizen and business men oftampion No. 278 met Tuesday night in the place and time of their meeting

"deflate and left tofutrative Lawtey son.' Sept, 25th. loses 4 yards. Cox follow with Farm Hour which will be Among thoae moat active W. O. W. hall, where they with the will be announced Sunday. '

officersa was determ-up Mr. and Mrs. Paul Minton, line plunge for 9 yard and :s:.. Robinson broadcast from noon t*.12:45: p. m. In perfecting this movement degree team Initiated five new The object of their coming I* to ; 1'Y e,
29th. E. wll1.betl"fThed Southern : Mr. A. A. Durden Mr. O. build the fire of a new temperance
said the constitution reWoe Starke son Sept. hits the line for 4 yards. His topic were member. Into the circle. Three
definitely set by the leg I Mr. and Mrs. Gad' Griffla, Starke, Robinson again hits line for 1 yard Farmer-Relatlan.Jt th* Mr,
purposes Robinson hour each,day dun J. V. Jones, Mr. C. E. Harper, In \
thews laid the around end for 1 yard. E. At the same > business session It was decided to

e act was the prime payment purpose olr which the people of the counties bucks line for 4 yards and is followed ing the Week October 5-9, Florida fact all of the good citizen of. start back with two meeting per COUNTY' AGENT TO ATEND

bonds-and this, he cbarg- voluntarily assumed when they by Cox who carries ball on county and home demonstration Hampton. month, beginning the first of Oc CONFERENCE NEXT WEEK

elates the state constitution voted the road and bridge bonds. left end run for 1st down. Goal to agents will apeak' about modern tober. -

contended that the history The property Itself and not the go. E. Robinson bucks yard gains farming and modern home making BRADFORD 111011 ELECTS Regular meeting nll'ht"are ec- County Agent L. ,T.: Dyer, will

.times, the record of the leg- bonds behind the property shouldbe ill but 2 yards to goal. Starke is practices. They will be attendingthe NEWHPAPEB STAFF, and and fourth Tuesday a. In the attend the anual conference for '

V* Proceedings, the message first consideration he as penalized IS yards on account of annual agricultural extensionworkers' ,- tat. New member were called on county and home demonstration .
given for tripping. Cox conference here. These afternoon for short talk in which each reponded. week.
governor to the legislature Harry Tyson At a meeting held Tuesday a igent In Gainesville next
be wording of the act Itself serted.The court Itself raised a question helps to soothe the hard feelings by agents are in close. touch with con- members of the senior claaa The social committee For five day. the agents will be as-

that the purpose of the,law which not mentioned by eith- making a 17 yard gain around ditions In the different counties as elected staff members to edit the icrved a tempting salad course to .ambled In conference class work,

payment side was In the arguments. Chief right end. Again Cox takes ball well as the methods uaed by the Bradford High School Journal for about aeventy-flv members and field trip, and Intensive study of

repeatedly shouted that the justice r Rivers Buford, and Justice through line for 1 yard wanted and E. most successful farmers.different the 1931.32 term. This miniature Friend of the order Information to be carried to the bt 4..

must makes the long Topics about the typesof will occupy a page in of their counties, and of best
stay on a cash baste asked If the wording Robinson newspaper V1ALI.WOODChas. people .
W. H. Ellis In
'td he admitted that the tate Inheritance tax: amend- touchdown. Mast makes.. extra farming, and from agents ev- ; the Telegraph as formerly, and CHAN. II. : method of conduction the many ; '
of the state included
right to build or buy roads constitution had any point through line... ery section of the state, are ''thMe who will conduct the affairs phases of their work.CANDIDATE .
ment to the whois truck
to Mast the series. For the Jr. Smallwood'of Travern
'ley for them but. he insisted, the Lake Butler kicks lof this section for the term are: --.--- t
effect on this case by "opening E. RobInson will t* talks about In Ann
tracks. there Robin- 5ity Mich., passed way
-at must be made the tackled in his grower I Editor-in-chief, Lester P. .
ncal during gates" for legislative expenditures around end for 2 yard trend, marketing, cover crops, andgrowing \rbor Mich., Sept. 18th, and was A VISITOR
: .
year. He contended the goes on.
wrough of funds. and takes ball again on fake potato slips. Citrus growers Assistant. editor, Evelyn Rtump. burled In Chfcago at Forest Home i :,

iclpata revenues can Both Mathews and Adair, to gain 1st down, Cox goes around end will be offered a aeries of talks Literary editor, Louise Edward cemetery, Sept. 2bt. He, with Sheriff W. B. Douglass of Columbia "
than for
"fa more whom the court' questions were and a beautiful run Is depicting production, trend In the editor Miriam Jacobs. il Is wife, has visited In Starke at county who announced ,
fiscal 7 yards Joke ,
f year and cannot addressed answered they thought for sections of the lomettme that he was running
reach E. Robinson for 16 yardsCox different citrus editor Ralph Cox. the home of his brother-in-law and ago J
back ,
and Intended made by Sports
pay for coun- the amendment was not end for will be series of railroad commissioner was In
around left state. There a Brinson. lter-ln-law, Mr. and Mr. J. H. s
pen<.llture. tries a run Society editor. Patsy for
| Period of which extended. I to change other sections of the-,' gain but Cox get 5 yards on talk for the general crop farmer, Exchange editor, Cleo Shepard. Lord, former resident, but now of -city this week greeting friends. '

C. years. constitution which limit expenditures no E. Robinson tries passto as well a* talk*' for the poultry- Lake Worth. Hla friend here wilt] Sheriff Douglas reside In Lake
|r Cooper. Jr., another and prohibit state debts. next play. The different' where he has held office as
vule Sternberg but Is Incomplete.Lake man and dairyman. regret to learn of his death. His City ,,
f mall attorney representing That section of the 1931 act on Butler takes time out. E. phases of home making will be REDUCTION) IN CLASHES! only surviving relative are his chief of police and constable U.baa "

|"iii counties spoke for the which today's arguments' were makes 4 yards on line discussed In a special series for ifs and a slater and family. served for the last 12 year aaiheriff .

rebuttal centered give the 6T counties rev-: Robinson loses ball. home maker S. O. Lewis, optometrist, 1 Is making 'S i i -. i H i 'J of Columbia county. Mr: ;
wacussed but
Of the constitutional enue from three cents of the gaaolln -: buck Butler triM line buck but a special 20-day, get-acquaint- Miami-New magazine *po8orK ouglasa, 1*' also vice-president ofha

r the legislature a* a act-> *'tax. 'This return I Is baaed on' Lake Lake Butler'pa*** for -rtOrescent City-Modern service Ml>offer "by reducing the cost of by Florida State Hotel Commia- ''Flbrida Sheriff Association

1 a 7. He contended that the the. count area, population and: no gain. but decided to jwnV. ad station being built on corner of U mating. and' fitting eye glasses ,to lion to be published darting November and I Is widely respected among thaaw .
Ife.taking 'Y'r 1 county prop-. money spent 10'j building- county yard gain received ban but wa downed Lemon and Summit street for S. I ICM than''.Mie-half. HIs adv., i* In and will be caned "Sunrise, enforcement officer of the.i .

14 It&te ... should not bP1 ., roads later made a part of the, Mast tracks. .s.1--. thla lue.- Adv. the Magazine of Florida." .i tat.. ;

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., 7 deny himself and take up his cross when they leave this worldtheir -a r

: :::::::::: : ,.,", 9:": ';;" and follow me. 23. For whosoeverwill future home. He calls us to His

iifl i;;:=c' t4 save his life shall lose it: and churches where mankind finds
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1 : .....r.w. whosoever will lose his life for my Him better than they find Him

:. ,\'\ :' sake shall find it. 26. For what is anywhere else. Where mew are
a man profited if he shall gain the converted from sin to His gospel.
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whole world and lose his own soul? A visitor In a small village no-
Thy word is lamp snip feet mil alight unto pith.-Ptaloi 119:105.
a my my : Or what shall a man give in ex- ticed that one of Its inhabitantswas

change for his soul? treated with great respect by
[ All religious teaching doctrine or
I t' UUJPHJOriliHU l .JJrUUS: creed it they are to have any claim Prayer-May we not be slothfulbut the others. The visitor asked the I

';' rr I tpon the love loyalty and devotion of the people must be in harmony with followers of them who through reason. He Is one of our early set-
+ the teachings of Jesus the Christ whose words fit Into every fold and crevice faith and patience inherit the tlers replied a merchant. Why
J j \ of the human heart and of whom it waa said in John 7:46 "NEVER MAN promises. said the visitor he is not more
Tills "
SPAKE LIKE MAN. than 30 Years old.. Is he? That is
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Factors of Bradford and Union counties are Invited to use thl* department DAILY BIBLE HEADINGS true said the merchant but he set

,; for news of church activities, organizations and announcement tles his bills promptly the first of
a ''d'' *. Space freely given and no charge made-the only requirement October 2 each month.
''v3_ r being that such Items reach thin office before Wednesday morning The Last Enemy-God Is untous If we neglect church attendance

!' othnrwIiM they cannot be handled for current IIiRDe.J a God of salvation: And unto therefore cut out contributions

Jehovah the Lord belongeth escape two distinct losses are Inevitable.

I ,,1.1 Od J I II the new churches our lesson be- from death.-Psalm 68: 20. One paying bills Incident to carrying

SUNDAY SCHOOL gins: October S on the work of Christ. Second

1 ) I LESSON i Now when they had gone thru-' Defraud Not-For this is the will the nullification of the minds manners -

it: it out Pbrygia and the region of Ga- of God that no man defraudhis and ideals of its attendancethe -- UGH
latia and were forbidden of the brother In any matter.I Thes. good fellowship the church of- Eat HewXrbtD

4l (' + r Wr.L FOR OCTOBER 4, 1931 Holy Chost to preach the word in 4: 3.4. era.

ik ; Asia. October 4 Also the church and the com-
Fk Q s Subject: The Macedonia Call. After they were come to Mysia Our Authority-And what soever munity know the promise recordedby
i Golden Text: "Go ye" therefore they essayed to go into Blthynla; ye do in word or deed, do all in us when we became members.
LL4r .. ;and teach all nations. Matt. 28-: the of the Lord R0DeL 1? a '
but the Spirit suffered them not. name Jesus giving Let us be early settlers in mattersof
, 19. And they came down to Troas. thanks to God and the Father by spiritual concerns as well as in Lx r rn

g t Lesson Text: Acts 16:6-15: ; Romans And a vision appeared to Paul in him.-Col. 3: 17. matters of temporal concerns.It .

te Nl ',. I 15: 1821.Introduction. the night: There stood a man of October 5 is hard to separate the one

A 1' : Paul and Barna- Macedonia and prayed him say God's Benefits Blessed be the from the other, without harm to

l bas, after laboring for a while ing Come over into Macedonia and Lord who dally beareth our bur- both.

I strengthening the Antioch church help us." den. Even the God who is our sal W. F. Jones Pastor. : :
''r 1 felt the urge to take up again their [ ,
Troas was a Roman port on the vation.-Psalm 68: 19.October rBAPTIST '
r! missionary labors desiring first to 6
eastern side of the Aegean 3ea, and
I visit the cities in which the gospel
was located on or near the site of An Unlimited Supply-If ye 1LJr1
m( had been planted during their first I the ancient city of "Troy" of which abide in me, and my words abide
',( ( '':;' journey and MA hnw the_n_!! Infant_______ T la ._ _'u" ft_'. .....ft. .._ will Sunday school at 10 a. m. A. J. kas-
Homer ,
wrote the "Ttoo/l -- said 1U you, yv' Bliilll aoiw wiiab yv
,yt k churches had fared. But this decision '[I that "Troy" and eight other ancient and it shall be done unto you.- Thomas, supt.Worship .
d y ; led to a sad dissension between 1 at 11:00 a. m. and 7:30: I (JALL '
ruined cities one on top of the John 15: 7.
i of the noblest of the,
k '' other" were situated only a little October 7 p.m. 0Communion
i' 1 c r Bible figures, a quarrel frankly) recorded distance from this Troas. Unfailing Strength-I will go in of the Lord's Sup-

I ' by the most honest of all Paul'a vision at Troas whether a the strength of the Lord God: I per to be observed at the morning -

'G ry books. Barnabas, very naturally real man from Macedonia or an angel will make mention of thy righteousness service. LhJIIJtr 1'.o0at11.1T
1 take with them as "-
i wanted to assistant S
; created a deep Impression on even of thine only.- 0
his cousin John Mark who
Paul. Then "losing from Troas, Psalm 71: TRAIN SCHEDULE
was their assistant in Cyprus durIng 16.October
we came to Samothracla (a 8
L the first missionary journey rocky island of some 30 A Heartening Prophecy-Praise
square 9th
Effective Sunday, August
t F but when they reached Pah-
t who
"" miles having on it a mountain five waiteth for thee 0 God In Zion; schedule changes and trains will
the southern coast of
{ phylla on thousand feet high), and then to and unto thee shall the vow be follows \
run as :
r."' Asia went back to his mother
e' in Jerusalem. Mark's reason Neapoila, the port of PhlllQpi and performed: 0 thou that heareth No. 107 southbound due Starke 8UvdsW Y s e ..
t+,it Mary thence travelled the ten miles to prayer unto thee shall all flesh 10:40: a. m.
is not but whatever it
e1 given
Philippi, a Roman colony.. come.-Psalm 65: 1.2.
southbound due Starke
PauL Mark No.1.
( r.. was it did not satisfy
ii "And on the sabbath we went out --
have felt that his cousin Bar- 10:35: : p. m. D1R.
may T 1'1 P1 AU
of the city by a river side, where
Paul. No. 108, northbound due Starke r JEC011D
f'a \nabas was overshadowed by PRESBYTERIANServices I loOE pltUM
prayer was wont to be made; and
lie have feared the difficulties 5:39: p. m. .
r spake unto the women which resorted No. 2, northbound due Starke I ... .1 ,
and dangers of the new country Sunday October 4, as tv
which they were entering. He may thither. follows: 6:10: a. A SUBSTANTIAL BRICK HOME 35 foot lot allowing for a drive- heater space and such.

have had an attack of malaria InPamphyll And a certain woman named 10 a. m., Sunday School J. M. m.Wannee BranchNo. FOR A NARROW LOT way. The walls are of brick veneer Complete working pin

He may not have ap- Lydia a seller of purple of the Truby supt. "Raly Day" will be 101 leaves Starke 7 a. m. the roof asbestos shingles specifications of this bus
proved of entering ,a region so pre- city of Thyatlra" which worshipped observed. No. 102 arrives 2:40: p. m. (By R. C. Hunter &: Bro. Architects so repairs will be at a minimum.The obtained for a nominal sin I

dominantly Gentile. Anyway he God heard us. 11 a. m. Morning worship sermon T. J. Griffin Agent. New York.) plan arrangement is com- the building editor. Rtl|

1 f ?p "went not with them to the work', Lydia was converted, baptizedand by the pastor. The Holy Com- This house is designed to give pact and convenient. There Is not House A-188.

and Luke's' tone reflecting Paul's, lodge"Constrained"at her house.the disciples to munion of the Sacrament of the Closing of Malls the utmost in practical economy.It an inch of waste space. ... .

u f Is condemnatory of the young man. This Paul's to Eu- Lord's Supper will be celebratedat Train No. 10T, south 10:20: a. m. measures 22 feet eleven inches A cellar extends under the en- .Jasper-Commercial Canl

11 The two apostles could not agree, rope and was the beginning entrance of known this service. The pastor and Train No. 108 north 5:20: p. m. across the front and will go on a tire house and here is the laundry. Jasper declared ten per cenj

f ; .: r and so they agreed to separate. Christian Churches there. session urge a full attendance of Night mails close 6 p. m. 'dend.
Barnabas took Mark and sailed Starke &: Bell Branch: Mlnneola Construction cl

r j away to his native Cyprus while 18-21 Our, lesson where refers Paul to several Romans years 15: the 6:30:membership.p .m. Christian Endeavor. Mall closes 7 a. m. And the Worst is Yet to ComeI packing house completed hj
and went eastward Mall arrives 2:40: m. --- of
; ,? n Paul took Silas later writing to the church at Leader Lucille Mitchell. Topic, p. readiness for fall pack i

ap through the Cillcian Gates the Rome says: "What' Jesus Teaches About Obed- .. fruit.
is narrow in the Taurus Mountains Blue Bus Schedule.: '
ience. -------
"I will not dare to speak of
Y i' to visit the young Christian any 7:30: p. m. Evening worship song Northbound: 8:31: a. m., 1:21: p. ----- ==---.c
of those things which Christ has --
a e communities Derbe Lystra Icon- not wrought to me. and sermon. Rev. John F. Sheph- m., 4:15: p. m!, 8:21: p. m., 5:00: a. OVER WOR
6 i turn and Antioch;. In Central Asia
erd D.D., our synodical executive
Through mighty signs and wonders m.Southbound
Minor southern Galatia. will the sermon. : 9:34: a. m., 11:34: a. .: -------- N.ERVES
preach or)1 =
the of the of -
t Both Barnabas and Paul had by power Spirit Prayer meeting; Wednesday at m., 4:34: p. m., 7:34 p. m., 12:47: a. --==- :::- ...:::::::::::
God:, so that from Jerusalem and ''
it their good reason. 'I will not 7:30 m. Tickets and information at
round about unto Illyrlcum I have p. =
take a man,' says Paul 'with me Christ. A cordial Invitation to all our Smith's Service Station next to -
fully preached the gospel of
'" 13 "j ; to the work who was shown that he services extended to all. courthouse. I
.Not where Christ was named. '
I _
+ ,A,, has no staying powers,' 'I will not e---- -
But to whom he was not spokenof.
x1} ""'' abandon a man' says Barnabas, ." CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR NEWS Tallahassee-Automobile thieves
') 'whom some day you will learn to have been active in St. Petersburg .
Paul always Y
was a pioneer preacher
value.: Paul represents justice into and The Young People's Society of Clearwater and Lakeland state
going new territory
sternly right on a matter of princi churches.In Christian Endeavor of the Pres- motor vehicle department officers
ple. Barnabas represents the modifying establishing new byterian church held a business said here today in announcing they

qualifying considerations today's lesson Timothy joined meeting and social last Monday were assisting Pinellas and Polk I I
and Silas. Luke also
+' which, prevent justice from becoming Paul evening at the Mitchell cottage at county authorities in attemptingto
? them and wrote a history (The ..
a disabling sternness. Acts). Kingsley Lake Miss Lucille Mitchell uncover the illegal activities ......
We do not recall that Barnabas hostess. There was a goodly Most of the stolen automobiles ::J1. 'w"9rcc
again appears in New Testament WEEKLY SEHMONETTE attendance of members and visi have been new and of the same -

k history. Doubtless he continued to tors. After a weiner roast and make officials here said. New license - : "'\ ,.

i serve the Lord without publicity.At True swim, considerable business was tags and certificates of title 'At_ c,( oj / Mw of

Troas Luke joined Paul's Discipleship transacted. New officers for the have been obtained in the regular .... :A'c

touring party and prepared a full Matthew ]16:24: 25, 26. Then ensuing half year were elected as way officials said and the stolen UP TO your ear toi

history of Paul's work. said Jesus unto his disciples, If any I follows: cars with proper tags and title every nerve at high I
After Paul and Silas had visited I man will come after me, let him President W. B. Barnes; Vice- certificates sold to unsuspecting I No wonder you snap at the i
'President Lucille Mitchell; Treasurer purchasers in other parts of .the and bark at the childrenWatch

I \" :" :" : Ina Forsyth; Cor. Secretary, state. V nerves may lead out! to Over Sleep!

\ 'Lotaelle Turner; Recording Secret ness, Nervous Headsets, None
IEJI.Do\ ;; : ) J r; ': I i tary Dorothy Sapp; Organist Es- Dover-Contrary to indicationsa Indigestion and a bat
: You Know ? in this ,
few weeks
I"" + I telle Kendrick. It was voted that ago growers other unpleasant dfct" ":
j I'' \ I the society would take charge of I section are planting the usual acreage 1I Why don t you try Dr- li
the evening church service one to strawberries. In fact at Effervescent Nervine TiWe"
Sunday evening next month. Ar- this time it appears there will be a Just one In a half glall!

rangements were made for a Hallowe'en slight Increase as compared with water makes a pleasant. IP
last season. Some of the early ling drink delightfullllOOto
social to be held November -
_. overtaxed nerves.
II 1 30. The society voted to co- plantings are being re-set plants Dr. Miles' Nervine l h.

operate with other organizationsin died during the dry hot weather. made In two form*-U*?'

charity work this winter. Re- Dally showers recently have Effervescent Tablet. Both"
,;b 4 ports for the past year evidenced brought the fields along nicely it the same soothing ene*

decided progress and a live society. III reported and plantings being I : fLslhny4o.\ .. r'l tt! $1.00 at your Ant **Ifl'ABJooITS l
S made now are doing well. Many ,
SERVICES AT GRAHAM growers are going extensively for DRMHCSNERVINI
I I immediate construction of Winter tor, let contract for construction '
.- the new Blakemore strawberrytried I
I'f' Meeting progressing fine at Gra- I out to a limited extent last [i of $73,000 Garden-Vineland authorized road by at county.cost of small hangar at Cocoa airport. Ilr

ham. Large crowds every night. I year. commissioners. St.-Augustine-General renovat- II

. 1 :iIL' I Everybody Invited to. attend these Cocoa-Nell Stewart local avia ing ing.of Jefferson Theatre progress- : : _
uI services. There will be dinner on West Palm Beach and Palm ,

I the ground Sunday October 4th. Beach to offer sites for proposed -

Come one and all, bring a well ,eOOOO hatchery to be built In

filled basket.. Three services 11, {I|. Florida some time after July 1, '
-J ii 3:3O: 7:30.: McGuire and Butler ''1933 by Federal Fisheries Bureau. AJ FOOTBALL

evangelists. I Lake Worth-Both sides of

:North Dixie Highway being clearedin
X> SAXTON vicinity, of 22nd avenue.

Tampa-Exports of phosphatefrom

Regular preaching services every this port during August to-

first and third Sunday of each taled 54.595 tons as compared. with Y
w month. Rev. W. B. Christy of Law- 43,310 tons for July.ClearwaterWork.. TODAY

r tey Methodist church In charge. A of repairing

cordial invitation extended the public John's Pas bridge rapidly nearing -

tf..METHODIST completion.
--- Arcadia-State Plant Board to
maintain office. In city this winter. B. H. S. Tornadoes
Church school 10:00: a. m. Mr. -
ti tiFt
Perryman supt.
Morning sermon 11:00: a. m. TUNE PIANOS RENTCsbleWuriltzerMathushek

Subject: "The Good Samaritan.
W All members of the I. 6. O. F.

should find themselves helpfully e vs
New Studio Models $293'
il ."... interested In this discourse.
Rebuilt Planes, guaranteed $85
Evening sermon 7:30: p. m. Sub- ,
7 Large stock to select from. A small)
and Punish-
C taws-rA. c_ it..,.., ject: "Future Reward ChieflandAt
ment." The aim of this discourse deposit sends one home

THAT records dllcoverlel 'In France prove that the Basque fisher* will be, to fix In the hearers mind WE TUNE PIANOS
were accustomed to a' fishing In the Gulf of St. Lawrence sub-
ae early ee 1435 or 67 year. before Columbus made his famous voyage the teachings of Jesus on this Write or phone for our tuner. -- -

I The beach shown above In the lee of Boneventure Island' off the Caspe ject.Jesus We guarantee Satisfaction
Bout of Quebec le where the Is=y fiahormen slept when they should knows all about us. He The Ball
have boon at work a fact which when dl.cov..-.d. gave to the beach knows where every soul of mankind TilE MILLER CO. Park 3:30 p.r\\

"'-* name Bale dee MarlaoU (L*>y Bemch), which It bears today. :> Is today., and where they go. Storee-. OatoeavUle) and Ocala .,

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v j I ven all day, Clewis trip ton to ,LaBelle Lake Moore Ha- and Florida is under way just east cently. The quarry will be open- been added to make the big event community by the port of Fort
, of Florida In Short Paragraphs other upriver points.TampaRegistration of the city limits. The prospectof ed by the Mizner Industries, Inc., even more attractive and Interest- Pierce effected a saving in transportation
New! seeing hundreds of Palm
acres set to p Beach corporation holding i
ing.r charges In the sum of
grapes and citrus within the next stone supply contracts for two
the 17 month's
$135,424 during
of this few months, with the further Florida postoffices. The per-
pos Tallahassee- S Cawthon, iod from Feb. 22, 1930, date of theInauguration
1 I city's unemployed :and needy is to sibility of the acreage Increasing be held next i tato superintendent!: of public Instruction of service, to July 15 ;
Saturday, when from to thcusands within the next few ton, and already a negro cleanup ;,
LIVE STATE NEWS 9:30: a. m. until noon, all of the years-Is before the people of this crev of twenty-five is at work today said all teacher last. This represents a monthly I

city's public schools are to be con- section. : clearing a twenty-five acre site for examinations for negroes In four saving in freight charges during
verted into registration centers as quarrying equipment which will be Florida counties have been de- this period of $8,094 and Is equivalent
the initial step in planning to Instated at once.I clared void because the questionswere to $5.04 per ton or !S3.1 percent w
Tampa-B*>autlflcatlori work on < -s-co"mp r"ed with what the charges
handle the round
BY OUR EXCHANGES unemployment situation the first five miles of the recently to nave been circulated
TOLD here. before the examinations. Cawthon would have been via the best alternative *
I ChIPleY-Th-t
\ paved state road No. 5 from meeting of route.
.. J _._ ... --" .. ..j Tampa northward was begun today the state livestock association will said the examinations were'voided
Ft. pierce-In auguratton of an In Duval, Walton. Madison and,
when a large number of the he held at Blountstown
Panama City-Cutting of pulp extensive campaign to promote interest Thursday, Baylor' counties. He said the ne- Jacksonville-Vernon Braddock, ,
on the Saunders tract began in sport fishing along the donned membership of the Exchange club October 15. An interesting pro-' gro candidates for teachers posi- Jacksonville youth, will face trial
week and two large forces of Florida East Coast Is proposed by overalls and wielded picks program has been prepared by the tions had been supplied with the in criminal court here for an alleged I
I and shovels, planting Australian board of directors which includes
have found employment. The fjie Florida East Coast Chamberof trees 'I questions and, in most cases, with attack upon George F. Sis-
pine and oleanders at addresses
was recently acquired by the Commerce. The program It Is foot intervals fifty by leading cattlemen of answers before the tests. 1 son, principal of a local Junior high
along both sides of the
I state as well as members of
Tie & Timber company said, will Include the printing and the new cement road. the school. Braddock was bound over r
Experiment Station and
has a contract to handle! distribution of several thousand Extension Vero Beach-Many new plants to criminal court when he was giv-

wood for the paper mills here. I attractive folders and posters fea- Jacksonville.--The 65-foot mo- will division discuss from Gainesvillewho and and packages of' rare seeds are en a preliminary hearing before R.

I turing sport fishing Dosslbilitlea. torshlp Hiawatha, bound from research work with experiments cattle and arriving almost dally at the McKee E. Copeland, justice of the peaceon

Wauchula Modern pictures Brunswick, Ga., to Jacksonville, tures. pas- Jungle Gardens near Vero a charge of assault and battery.A .
the various operations re St. Petersburg-Regional conference with a cargo of naval stores and Beach, says J. Hansen, superintendent warrant for his arrest was sign-

- | to prepare frog legs for of the Woman's Christian canned goods, was destroyed by West Palm Beach-An electionto of the gardens. Among ed by Slsson. The youth was re- r
were taken at Wauchula Temperance Union of Florida and fire at Eastport today./ Value of legalize race wagering In this the latest arrivals Is a package of leased on $500( bond. The principal '
cameramen. They took pictures Southern Georgia will be held here the seed selected from famous gardens charged Braddock attackedhim
( cargo was placed at $2,000 and county was called by the county ,
the city market of the United January 14-15, local leaders an the boat was valued at $5,000.: The I commissioners for November 24. I of tropical India. Also! among at the school, inflicting scalp d ,

Company packing shed a mile' nounce. The coming meeting is fire was believed to have started The election was called at the re- I those seeds planted and which are Injuries which he said required 16 ,

1 of town.Pensacola one of a series planned throughoutthe from a backfire or short circuitIn quest of O. M. Carmichael, who showing unusual life and activity stitches. PI
country for the purpose of tak- i. are several varieties! of aristolchia, '
an auxiliary engine. said
more than $100,000 would be
f Two 200-ton gross, ing the prohibition message to all -,' the fly catching' plant, which Is Lake Wales-Trans-Florida Cor- ;+
spent a here 4'
on dog racing plant
two 100 ton steel I sections of the nation. one of the moat unusual growths poration, group of New York men, >>
gross barges, Lake City-The first load J of this winter by Cincinnati Interests
In the world. took over 1,460 acres of groves of w
1 1I contracts which the Pensacola i Columbia county raised Sea Island if the election carried. Another 4
Miami A revision of Mountain Lake Corporation, on
Company have been freight cotton-several sacks of it-seen election to legalize wagering are
GainesvilleThe clay road leading to singing tower.StarkeAddition .
rates Florida which establishmentof
The barges are under- on vegetables
in Lake City in a long time was horse and dog tracks at Belvidere
1 r
to be for the Federal gov- was ordered by the Interstate brought in by Ray Woods, a prom Park here has been called for Oc- Christmas tree plantations Is to be constructed -
and will be entered into Commerce Commission August 26 inent farmer residing southwest of tober 20.Macclenny. reported as a "coming business" by on Bradford County High
and other operations.HoweylntheHllls will go into effect October 26, W. the city on the Branford road. The the U. S. Forest Service. There School building.

H. Beard, of Miami commercial seed for the acre field of it that -Work on the Mac- are a number of such plantations 4

-- | \ "If Flor- agent of the Southern Railway, Mr. Woods has raised was securedby clenny-Stats Farm road, known as now In the Eastern and Middle tF'r i

, could visit other parts of the said. The new rate tends to him from Roe Markham, who Road No. 49, is being pushed by Western states. The crop numbering COFFINS & CASKETSAnd

today," states W. J. How- equalize Florida and Texas rates to 'combed the south in search of this Captain J. S. BUtch, superintendent some 5000 trees to the acre, a Full Line of i 1 1Undertakers'
"and Intelllngently compare the mid-west cities. now extremely scarce seed. of the farm. The bridge and Is grown In five to eight years.
] with those in Florida Approximately 5 million trees are Supplies
culvert gang are now on the out
would return as I have with Round Lake-Plans are now go- Titusville-Local fish dealers skirts of Macclenny, and they are used In the annual Christmas observance
confidence In this state Ing forward by Round Lake Satsuma have corroborated the statement In the United States, ac-
In and culverts
putting bridges cording to government estimates. Aiwa,. .. Htm*. T.. ..... .
Growers for
ever before. greatly enlarging of B. W. Ives here that the mullet worth while, well
'I that are being Florida would be adapted to this ..,,I... at !.. lowwit pease.. '
shipments of the fruit this fish that are being brought In now made and substantial and properly Industry with Its large of pvrlitl ..(...... .. l.l.Br.Bh !
Jacksonville-The equivalent of year, and are enlarging the packing are much larger. than in former located. The grading crew Is fol- trees. variety BreenKBOIe97CItW0
carloads of fruits and vege', house to facilitate this in years. Mr. Ives said that the fish lowing and are now working In the evergreen BMBALMBPt .
were harvested ,from the crease. Last year a total of seven being, brought in now remind him vicinity of Sapp It is our opinion --
i : and fields of Florida during cars were shipped from that sec of 20 years ago when threepoundmullet that this road will be a most valuable Inbound-outbound Fort Pierce-With a combined DEWITT C. JONES 1; '4

1930-31 season, which ended tion and this year plans are to ship were common. Local fish asset to Baker county and tonnage of 26- TAHKH.. FLORIDA. 1
864 tons of freight handled the
31, acording to a report 100 cars. dealers state that if prices would Macclenny.Marlanna. .
Ail facilities affordod the people of this
: be released today by the state Mae comparatively, fishing wouldbe h. __ _ .
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I 11&R. bureau.St. Panama City-The S. S. "Wa- good business again. --What is considered ,

1 costa" of the Waterman SteamshipLine to be a worthy enterprise will be ) "{..}:t;"' i "' :' :ro: ::::;:' :'i'.::ki;.:+:::: 'i'W; :: : : ,ii:< .,: ::W:;! \ ::iX: :: ;i'er ': :
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larm Augustine-Date of Novem- came into port and went Im- Tampa-Protests have been registered undertaken by the Marianna lodge ,or: .. ..,.... +oilll"oKl';; : ,' .. 'oii rww ";J.: :: a i ,
f 24 has been set for election mediately to the municipal docksin here over the designation of No. 1516. B. P. O. Elks during the ::': tf .:it1-""
| the legalization of race track Bay Harbor, tying up. Work oranges and other fruits grown In coming winter. It is to feed the k
'.d! by means of the pari-mu- was begun at once of loading with Porto Rico as "Florida fruit. poor and needy and advertise one .' ::':: The Shortest Thing :;

system, in St. Johns county kraft paper from the mill. Ap- Judge Spessarfd L. Holland exhib- of the county's leading products. .. :,,' ..
decision being reached at a proximately 300 tons were loaded ited a wrapper taken from Porto Jackson county Is one of the great- 'i): in the World '41'.L
!tae I meeting of the county and the vessel cleared with cargo 'Rican fruit that bore the label est producers of peanuts in the :

'enr for England. "Florida Fruit" The name appar- country and the far famed and 'hN
1 ently was taken from a amall vil- succulent, Spanish peanut, rich In ;:;;; ;No. not a gnats eyelash" nor a momiulto whisker.ITIIMO .--- ;r

, 0 \ Clewtaton-No definite conclus- Sarasota-Florida's newest institution lage In Porto Rico that Is named food ,value and nutrition, predom .:, MEMORY :- $
!! h has been reached by the new of higher learning, the Florida. Growers are consideringa inates. These peanuts will form >; ( .; !
,t of the sugar company Junior college and school of art of move to seek an injuction in fed- the basin of the nutritious food that };: ,
to whether harvesting machines the John and Mabel Rlngllng Art eral court against the practice. will be given gratis' to the poor and :): You may have been In business' for fifty years and ,: G

: be used to cut the cane or Museum at Sarasota, will be open needy of Jackson county. Mtthe people know about it.: But they forget-new customers <\ i
the cane will be cut by ed with elaborate public exercises Lake City--Work has been s'rr.: are being born every minute and they grow up ,X.

If the machines are not used October 2, Dr. Ludd M. Spivey, started at Olustee, east' of here, on Halnes City-.-Thomas W. Get- i:: and have to be told. ..iV''
year it will give employment president of Southern College and the new government naval stores Bon Lakeland conductor; and N. II.

approximately 2,000 laborers. chief director of the RlngllngRl'hooL experiment station. The construction Epherson, Moore Haven, fireman, i\\:' :'Y: '
______. _______.n' !_. ( is being handled under the were killed here last night when an NOTK TO TUB MKKCIIANTIJnloHH t
E. lost his supervision of Dr. K. P. Veitch of Line freight :::
Tampa-M. Chapman Atlantic Coast railway : :
you kMtelling| by Advertising whutyou %:
last Friday night. He cruised 1 DeLand--DeLand city commis- the Bureau of Chemistry, United train was wrecked. The locomotiveand .
town looking for It In an sioners In special meeting voted States Department of Agriculture. two cars were derailed when gp: tuft'S' to offer them, Iht'lIow'who hiM only been In ::,' ; ;

car. After several hours I I to set aside $2,000 for immediate Recent legislation enacted at the train apparently ran Into an ..::? : liiiHliK'HH fifty \verkn and who adwrtlMW Intolllgentlywill ;: ,

he found it being driven)1[work toward relief of the unemployment Washington provided for an appro- open switch. An Investigation was :."i' :%I will Ilroto you the truth of It.
two men. He captured the men I I situation, and to have priation of,$40,000 for the erectionof under way today to determine the ;:!,j

took them to police headquar- [prepared a petition which will be this plant, as well as a similar cause, however Getson and Epher- ti e; : YOU MUST TELL THKM:! TO SELL THEM 1ryt
> Asked how he knew his car, presented to all officials and em- amount annually for its operation. son were crushed between the tender :, .
said he could tell by its squeaks. ployes of the city offering one per and a freight car. J. E. Mlrnma, W'

cent of salaries to a fund for the Plant City-.-Mole crickets are reported Lakeland, engineer, suffered a ("x.x:{ "',1 ""' -- tw+nz '
considerable ; :<: v'v"i:.:,<:. :,:: : 'TI'rn:: : : h'ii'rh: .X'+>. 'h. :": :,.:(,,, (>>} "ey,.,.;,. f7n:;'iili.. ,? '.
New Smyrna-An extensive Im- unemployed.Lake to have been giving crushed foot. He was taken to a "Ykrlr: : '. -;'W"p'x f'r*"""'" "a: :: rS; ..,';..(.S---v. : 9n; '"y"; ;'" _.,.,. :: .','",
program Is In progress trouble to strawberry grow- Lakeland hospital for treatment. 1J
i t the old Presbyterian pavilion Worth-All signs In Lake ers of various sections of Hills- -

New Smyrna Beach, now the Worth must come down. The only borough county during the lust Tampa--Premium lists for the
of Rollins college of Win- exception is signs attached to the two weeks. In some places the 1932 South Florida Fair and Gas-

Park, to be used as a study, building whose business they ad- ground is fairly honeycombed with parllla Carnival, which will open '
and recreational center for vertise. City Superintendent Geo. the pests.. Poison activities have February 2 and continue through

and members of the fac- Fisher has sent notices to ownersof been launched and are providing February 13, are now being distrib-

all other signs within the city successful although reInfestationof uted, and show that general depression -
d limits of Lake Worth that their land is reported. where poisonIng and curtailment Ideas ,

Fort Myers-Fort Myers Is des- signs must come down at once, or is not generally 'practiced In a have not struck the fair management 1

CiiN to become a port rivalling the city will take steps to remove district. More than $40,000 In prem-
ft In greatness. This was the them. iums and prize money will be distributed -
ud expressed by Congressman Bradenton,-Plans for opening a : to winners In scores of

/ f I J. Drane of Lakeland upon Eustls-A development of major second big lime stone quarry in I competitions at the fair; and num- Q ,

9W 9e return to Fort Myers! from an Importance to Eustis, Lake county this section were completed. re- i erous additional attractions-have li ,

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They would like to help themselves but The Welfare Association is organized on The Welfare Association of Starke ," r I'' :

'they cannot. They are jobless crippled a purely unselfish basis pledged to the should have-and must have-support.

sick, or too old and feeble; many are alleviation human, wretchedness, giv- Every person in this city who has a 'job is I I

hungry, helpless little children. All are ing help where it is most needed and de- morally obligated to contribute somei 4 \y

\' ctirns of ill fortune through no fault of served. The scope of its work is vast. thing. / __ ; '

their own. They cannot fight the rigorsof Besides providing food shelter and Help this year as never before. The re- ,L' .

f bitter cold winter weather without clothing for these unfortunates it de- cent depression is taking its terrible toll. 'h r' ;{f


help from everyone of us through the votes itself to character building crime With the approach of cold weather the lz

Welfare Association. prevention and other: worthy pursuits. peak of suffering will be reached. ;

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FIVE MILEMrs. nothing like enough pork .....
I'. p. Dekle Cor. I. was produced to supply the state's
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llOci.\ reouirements, and the production ATTENTIONTIME

h, ; 1- fell far short of being as well distributed -

Mr. and Mrs P. P. Dekle had as over the state as it should

guests Wednesday, Mr. and Mrs F be. Of every hundred farms only \ day from October 1st

i BAPTIST MISS10NABY Fuller of Doctor's Inlet, Mlas Elo- e't forty have a brood sow, and thirty- on, eager

SOCIETY MEETS Iso Christie 01 Valdosta. Ga., Rev two have no hogs of any kind.It serve you.PLACEllarguerite's.

S. S. Proctor, Mr. and Mrs. O. D., is hard to understand why so

1 i + r Baptist Missionary Society Faircloth of Lake Butler, Mr. and few southern farmers can say, with \ Shoppe at Starke Pi
i ; I afternoon, Sept. 28th Mrs. M. P. Dekle of Dukes. R. D. Gray, of Carroll county, Ga., Same location. n*
met Monday
Misses Ida, Josephine and Win- that they have never bought a bale /

bussnees: I nie Blume were guests Sunday of of hay in their lives. Perhaps they GIRLS-All the Girls
: 'I Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Johnson. have never realized that all these

1 ;\ The business of the afternoon Mrs. B. L. Duke spent Sunday years they have been killing grassto All the Modern'Miss
r with Mrs. G. P. with Mrs. J. M. Roberts. grow cotton to buy grass. But

l II'' +.:, was transacted The tollw- Louis Johns was the guest Satur- Mr. Gray although he has always AH the Young Matrons
\ Raymond, )presiding. farmed in one of the largest cot
' were elected for the day night and Sunday of Mr. and
p ,, 'log officers' Mrs. L. L. Johns. Typical private room in the Woodmen Circle Home for Aged I ton-producing counties in Georgia, All. the Stylish ,Stouts

I ;'coming. year: Misses Cedola and Aletha Con- Texas. says he has never been crazy about
A. M. Darby. Members and Orphan Children at Sherman,
k +, president-Mrs., rMre..- J. M. nor were recent guests of Miss .. cotton. His first thought from the to whom we extend a cordial Invitation to inspect

jf' Vice-President- Gladys Duke. -- --- -_._,,-,- _..,_. start, was to make a living at Fall Line of Dresses, suitable for all occasions OUr

i i'a' a + Brownlee.Rec. Sec.-Mrs. W. J.: Epperson. Kirke Dekle spent Sunday at the home and that left only a Sew and materials and at prices within the reach,of of all tip
t state farm. acres for cotton. Exclusive Lines.CoatsStylish. < every
5 r Cor. Sec.T-Mrs.,S. L. Peek. "
Treasurers-Mrs.: 'G. W. Alder. Mrs. Stokes and daughter Mrs. The Rutherford county (Tenn.)
: Dairy Herd Improvement Associa- and Practical-latest
recently visited relatives models.
,f man. 1. tion closed another year with May.

"' Y'' ' Circle Lenders Mrs. F. F. here.Henry Thomas of The records show that 336 cows Millinery-The last word in
} Worthington, up-to-date
r ; a I Flume,-Mr.'. VJ.:, L. Silcox and Mrs. and Russell Green of Brooker were produced 1,805,261: pounds of:jnllk headgearall
head sizes.
J. H. Pitts.
with an average butterfat contentof
here on business Thursday.
I Plans were,,made for the week of 5.B
per cent. The 99,359
also for the annual Mr. and Mrs. Reuel Dukes are Hosiery in all the
t prayer in October butterfat sold for $41,067.79. newest Fall Shades.
his mother Sarah
visiting Mrs.
W. ]01. .8. meeting The value of feed consumed by the
in the Starke Baptist Church. Saturday Jane Dukes'this week. cows during the year was $18,098.99 .- Lingerie for. those who love. feminine finery
p h 3rd. Circle No. 1 1 Mrs. Phenle Parrish was a recent ,
i ; October leaving an income over the ac-
guest of Mrs. P. P. Dekle.
1 y a to have charge of the flowers and tual value of all roughage'and Gifts appropriate for every occasion.
leaders to plan Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Dekle were
and circle grain fed of
program $22,968.80. These
guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. figures A of
for a light lunch at noon. show a return of $2.26 for SERVICE-pay us a visit and I
the business session, Ben Dukes. eArchitect's use render such service to you in the
!' GR, Following each dollar's worth of feed. selecting of your rand
b an Interesting program on Africa Miss Gladys Dukes spent Sunday Winter outfit as well in suggesting many lovely

%xtt'3' + I i' was enjoyed, led by Mrs. J. M. with Mrs. J. M. Dukes. Vero Beach-A vast amount'' ful gifts for Christmas. and w

Brownlee land Mrs. O. C. White.The Mr and Mrs. George Williams work Is being done on the McKee
sketch of the Pennsylvania Children's Cottageto
are her sister Mrs.
to meet visiting Lilly
society adjourned place a beautiful estate of
Johns. be the second main unit of the Woodmen Circle Home for eigh-
;1,' q again in October., teen acres located in the heart of Mrs. Eunice Canova Prop.
Julian Dekle had the misfortune
Aged Members and Orphan Children at Sherman, Texas, now Vero Beach. Mrs. Charles H. McKee ,
to severely strain the ligament of
1'p' MR. AND MRS. II. C. WALL under construction.OUT owner of the estate, has given ,
a his arm playing fooball Monday at Instructions annimmmumemm' "isis"'iniiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii+mnuoueomunmeo+sneoeoemmom'i'ii,''M?1''....
ENTERTAIN a most elaborate tr

Lake Butler. OF A JOB ense to risk everything on anyone planting or rare tropical u_____ __
Friends of Miss Pheobe
Goodge Piants'l
M' 1 ' p.. Lovely fall flowers decorated the crop. Things may go wrong flowers and shrubs,

I t, ''kt party rooms, forming'' an attrac- which recently was gave greatly her a enjoyed surprise by party those During recent years, a lot of our with more than one activity but he expert lanscaplng, which will make \" \' :.l. < ",

tive setting for the delightful people have left the farm to try has a variety of production large the McKee place one of the show WI" '( \ ,
bridge party given by Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Smith of Lake Butler, their hands at public work in town. enough' to offset the failures, and places of that section of the state. i j. \ ',1.j. < I II S
; + qI H. C.,Wall Thursday evening, when The farm-to-town movement was it Is never thq, case that all ac- Under the supervision of H. W. djjy
with Klrke I
spent Saturday night
,: 1'u' { they entertained members of their made up, most part, of folks who tivities fail on- the southern farm Guthrie, workmen are now busily r <' ':', <
r' and Julian Dekle. J X
i p .bridgeclub at their home on Cherry along about April every year re- that Is operated primarily for the engaged in planting a great va- i'A '4e' a w'; jai
< street. gretfully bestirred themselves and of food and riety of trees and
AT TilE GAIETY TIIEATKE production feed for shrubs. One of ,
N, i+ After several progressions of the grumblingly admitted that it was home- useErnest -., ?,.",-* the first undertakings was the I I < 'j4 _' '... ,., #,

game prizes for high scores ,were Friday and Saturday of this about time to start work. Planting L.' Jones, of Harnett drilling of a large artesian well to

; awarded Mrs. E. M. Johns and Dr. week, we present "Gun Smoke," the crop and cultivating it kept county, N' p.. didn't make any provide plenty of pure water for

R. W. Martin. starring Richard Arlen, an original them pretty busy until about the money, on his cotton and tobacco the new plantings, which will be

The hostess served a salad courseto idea In movie story plots.It middle of July and "layingby"time last year, but the 8 acres of his well Irrigated. Pipes run from

the following players: Mr. and concerns the battle of "Gats" which, so: far ,as they were 125-acre farm that he devoted to the well to every nook and cornerof +

t Mrs. C. A. Knight, Senator and concerned, might just as well be chickens brought him In $3,300. He the estate.
which result when a gang gun-
Mrs. E. M. Johns, Judge and Mrs. described as lying-down time. charged his chickens $1 per bushel .
men from the racket ridden city
A. Z. Adklns, Mr. and Mrs. W.'M. Given a good year with some for the ,corn and 60 cents per
as financiers and to a lit-
p WaInwright and Dr and Mrs. R. pose go promise that their half of the crop bushel for the oats that he fed Mulberry-E. N. Downing pork
tle town In Idaho to hide until
W. Martin. away would leave them a little Change them which showed a good profiton pauaaga factory started opera- r yy.
their sinister activities in the
Id,4 1, -S -- after paying up, they would stayon the grain-growing phase of his, t
YOUNG PEOPLK'HI'KESBYIEKY metropolis blows over. and gather the crop. Otherwise farm activities.W. Apopka-Mrs. V. W. Haygoodwill

t MEETS It is a war to the death in which they would "call the dog, spit In ., D. Graham, of Rowan county, open modern kindergarten

j ----:- gangsters and westerners have am- the fireplace, and start down the N. C., attributes his success to the here October 1st.

q The Young People's Presbytery ple opportunity to compare their road" to where some other landlord live-at-home policy that he has followed -> Clearwater-Permit issued to

of the Green Cove District, held prowess with ahootln' irons. would give them a chance to repeatthe ever since he started farm- 'Clearwater Steam Laundry for

their meeting at Flagler Memorial Monday and Tuesday, Joan process. ing for himself 36 years ago. He construction of four-car garage. -

'Church in St. Augustine Saturday. 'Crawford in "Laughing Sinners", While they were In town they says that instead of trying to make Sewing lesson at the Woodmen Circle Home lor Aged\ j

t -j/Th.e; ) theme of the meeting wasliyaUy the amazing drama of son-and- can't have failed to learn that money, he has:tried to live and, as bers and Orphan Children at Sherman Texas.

i .... :. ...'..;MIsa;: 1+epa.Smlth of daaca'glirl who ia ,lrst cheated. by about the,-worst.-thingthat.can a result/. he"hae lived and made ,
", W ,Winter Park, representative of the lave l ,-then finds real romance'The happen td a man la td bar'out if a money, top\ Another successful 17eaiuiflfieR

Board.of Christian education was .tar's finest from the stage hit job, and ,how difficult it is to: get North Carolina farmer E. A. Stev-

t among those pr sent. Officers for "Torch. Song._ along there without working full ens, of, Waype county, says he

. the coming year, were elected as vI S time. It la to be hoped that they thinks high-priced cotton and tobacco 6
they have carried back with them 'k CARL'y !
: I vas the worst' thing that 1 " Ol.
j :Miriam HoUnnteln of St.I I w .. to the farma, better understanding ever happened to Southern farm. 0 1'1

i'01l0W.t .Moderator an4 Miss SAJIPSON CITY of the advantages of a steady ers. They quit talking and thinking

i o Halney of St.Augustine,:: Ethel Jones Cor.", job. 0 about making a living and be- e
l The outgoing'officers Live-at-home farming is a 12- gan speaking In term of dollars Cash Corn

h., r were"'Miss Lucille Mitchell and montha' job. The man who prac- and cents. In,his opinion the cow- T

''Y ,dt'1 Miss Estelle Kendrick Death of Claude B. Brown tices it never catches up with his 'hog-hen route is the only road
: work. If it isn't sheep to shear, leading back to
.,w There were seven delegates.from Claude B. Brown, 38, died Monday Independeace.
l-' % it's hogs to feed, fruit trees to During the winter and
Starke present: Dr.and Mrs. Geo. afternoon at 6:00: at the River- Fta.v
I v F. ,Lowry Mrs. T. S. Williams, Mrs. side hospital, Jacksonville, follow- prune and spray, hay to cut wheat spring of ,J ; "ljJl 38,000 Alabama Phone,) Starke, .
'1 to harvest, fences to build, chickensto
farmers divided
iI' J. M. Mitchell Miss Margaret Wil- among themselves We Deliver
ing an illness of several weeks. I Instantly Rendersan
cull, cows to milk, gardens to 260000.00 that they received from
liams,' Misty Lucille 'Mitchell and Mr. Brown became a memberof a
work corn to shuck, livestock to co-operative, shipments totalling Irresistible, soft pearly loveli-
Theodore Young. the church few
Baptist a
I ago and has been a faithful worker. years- house, 'or something else that's 105 cars of poultry. These figures ness that will add yean of youthto Pl! SPECIALSoo

..t He leaves besides his wife and waiting to be done. The work la' compare with, 91 cars during the your appearance. The effect i I.
,. regular but so is the pay.' same period.Jrx ;1,930,participated in so delicate and natural the use oi
+ :'vti TIIERESSA sons, Odus Edwin 12, Shy 0, his It Is generally true that a man by 31,000 farmers ,who received a toilet preparation cannot be de-
father and mother two brothers, earns and prospers In proportionto 23000000.. Only 43 such tected. Lasts thruout the day
.' L. SnlllTH. Car. I .
Mr. A.
ti Lemb and Eaton Brown of Sampson .
the amount of productive work were sold in 1928 when the coop- rubbing off. streaking or c.,:) c.., .,1:1.:::
three sister, Mrs. H. A. Pres- showing the effect
he does. And In no part of the erative method of selling was of moisture.
Miss Rhoda Zeigler was the cott; Mrs. Willis Dyal. both of world Is It easier for the farmer started.. I go SIU tJk.CI L. '
j, guest of Miss Wlllla Mae Hinson at Starke and Mrs. Jack Goodge of to 1 sis
keep productive work thru-
up Whlile the value of hogs produced
; Crocker last Thursday night.* Sampson. The funeral services out the year than here In the south. in Alabama last year was ORIENTAL .1 era rflI

p Mrs. C. Sullivan attended the were held by Rev. C. A. Crosby an>l- Our soil and climatic advantages, $18,1:9,000.00.;' or approximately CREAM I, (1) "
c I'y teachers meeting at Starke Saturday assisted by Rev. J. P. Raymondand
and unexcelled opportunities for 20 per cent of the total of all live- ,
1, morning. Rev. Hemingway. Intermentwas raising chickens, hogs, sheep beef stock produced and 7 per cent of WI,.... riMh and ....h.1 Sh..... 1 r' O 0

Messrs. Wllmot Brown and made in the family lot near and dairy cattle, make It possiblefor .

Richard Clark and families visited 1 here under directions of DeWitt C. the Southern farmer to busy :::i : -: >- 1 1 3s r rI CO

relatives at Brooker. Sunday.Mr. Jones Company, Morticians. himself at profitable, productivework

.,M. It!. Brinson was a visitor Carson McKinney every day in the year. 1 ALL FOR 8

< the home of Mr, and Mrs. W. F. Carson McKinney, 11, was instantly Commercial and Industrial enter ..
!n Wallace last week., killed Monday afternoon; prises may be forced to close their CITIZENS OF BRADFORD 1 1 ra C 'e'-

,, Mr. S. R. Swlndel was a business 5:30: o'clock In a Bradford county doors In times of economic stress, 1 jr, a,. ...-

.visitor to'Jacksonville Satur- school bus He thrust this head but, come what may, the Southern! 1 q n c.Q '

,day. out of the window just as the bus farmer who makes the most 'of his' = 1 >y

', Mrs. Jordan 'of_ McRae, visited passed a telegraph post. Carson opportunities keeps right on doing COUNTY ",SavE 4b

? 'Mra. S. R. Swindell Monday.Mr. was son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mc- business at the same old stand. en

and 1\11'1., W. T. Zeigler and Kinney. The accident took place You can't throw him out of work I albFrom,
little son, Tommle of Jacksonville, r about two miles from the family: for be Is his own boss and his Is i-, :" -d' OOOCI ''', Q

,visited Mr. Zelgler's parents Mr. home. a life-time, job. .You.can't\ .! bank- E;; 53 1 Palmolive Soap $ .10 ;;=

pad 1 Mrs. J. J... Zeigler Sunday. Mr. Volley McKinney has returned rupt him because he has too muchBeautiful ;;;;;;;;;I 1 Super Suds. .; .10 t/I
+ Air t'harle' and Misses Anna home from Mllledgevllle, Ga.
100ctagonSoap(5csize.50) I
"and! Elsie Batten'' were visitors to Mr. E. D. Jones, Mr. Varnes, a Qom? I

Hampton Sunday. sae Rosslgnol were In Jackson- E ,..,.,; Octagon Powder I

to?, and Mra. .*_ L. Sullivan *ri4 Vllfc one Jay last week. = ....... ((5c size) .10 1C I

little! son, Othma visited relativesin Mr. Lester Kite made business ,,., 1 Octagon Cleanser .05 I I IOOOCI

Hampton Sunday trip to Jacksonville one day last October 1stto, October 20th, we will EJ 1 DoubleCalvanizedPail.30N
Mr. Howard Moore of Gaines- week. '
examine and properly fit
ville spent the week-end with his Mr. and Mrs. Walter Griffin were your eyes you Regular Value $1.15

..parents. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Moore. visiting here one day last week. with' glasses at less than half price. .......;a CQ ,
,Messrs. James Trlest and Willis Mrs. J. N. Thomas were vlsuing
Swindell 'were visitors to Starke her daughter. Mrs. Reddish An- Kriptok near and far distance

Saturday afternoon. drews of New River one day last glasses complete in latest style 24 lbs. Self-rising FLOUR ___ L
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil R. Moore and 'week .
little son Charles spent Wednesdayhere Mr. Marion and Boscom Carlton 58a frame -- - --- - - _ ___________ $9.00 ____ ,
with Mr. Moore's parents,. Mr. were visiting here last Friday. r 4 lbs Navy or Baby Lima Beans ___ j

and Mrs. D. W. Moore. Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Smith, Mr. Toric Cement Bifocals, complete ____$1.50 5 POUNDS
their to Smith the day RICE __ _____ _ _
A. K. spent
Mrs. Moore were on way and Mrs .

their home in Arcadia after spend- Sunday at Flagler Beach. ... Toric Glasses for Reading, complete .$5J i Pure Pork Country Sausage, lb. __ a

ing several days visiting In Geor Mr. and Mrs Reddish Andrews Shoulders .
Good J'String Broom ___ _______ _
+, gia.Mrs. were visiting Mrs. Andrews' mother soft velvety to the touch and These glasses are all fitted in late style :

D. W. Moore was a visitor Mrs. J. N. Thomas Sunday. with an alluring, fascinating appearance 2, 5c packages SALT _ __ _ _ _ .
4 .to Jacksonville Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Thomas and that will l not streak spot. frames. Regular }price? of frames alone is. :

t Children of Lulu spent the day nib off or stow the effect of per in $4.50 to $7.50. This is my acquainted, 2 Ibs. PEANUT BUTTER ___ _ ;

Clermont Construction of fill Sunday here with 'Mr. and Mrs. sports spiration.fully Dance confident or indulge your complexion price and will last until October 20th.I&X 5 Pounds SUGAR __hU___ _____
.T ing station at corner of Minneola Milliard Varnes. will retain all of Its origi with
avenue and Eighth opposite Lake '
nalbeantydnpiENr J
Ml\, View Hotel started for S. B. Brant- NOTICE 1 JAR MUSTARD ___.__.--------
-' ''ley. ----- JEWELRY COMPANY

.St. Augustine-Bid* opened by W. Tt",We ks Chapter."of the U. I L, I 2t Ibs. GREAT WESTERN ____-; __

Clty> Commission for electric auto- D. C. will meet Wednesday after- S. G. Lewis Optometrist
"Ml '!triad, pump.for city waterworks noon, October, 7th. at 3 o'clock at e We Highest Prices and Ei'PAGE
; 'Largo.: American Fruit Growers the home of thi"president. Mm. A. wilt...roll and .............. pay for Chickens
i!; packing house opened. I. Darby. l : :::i : -n-c


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1 1Y OCTOBER --. - H" _.- .- .. -- - 00-- __ ,_ _. ." ._ _ ;
St5'ZSIS day and Saturday with Mr. and I Abalama County :believe already In Improving their cards, double, 6 cents r

I Mrs. J M. BroWnlee Mrs. .Stlth's HAMPTON soil as he stated that they haplaced Attention Is also invited tq, the ,

,parents. MlM Ada Nlmmu, Cor. Agent Is VisitorTo orders for eighty thousand Importance of pl'epaylllspostage

BitsoIDeal aNeV This Section pounds of Austrian Winter Pea In,full, since articles on which the ,

I I Mr. J. J. Rigdon and daughter, seed for fall planting. postAge. has not been prepaid, or

i Miss Eva attended the Primitive Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Root have r as has not been fully prepaid, represent -
On Monday this week, Mr. H. B. which should be realized
: Baptist Association at Crawford their guest this week their son, Mr.
i ," I Lake near Lake City, Saturdayand Ralph Root of Alabama. Clapp .county agent in Barbour by the post office of mailing
county, Alabama and Mr. S. E. and when subjectto
Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. O. Haynes and We sorrow more than mortal ton dispatched are

daughter, Mrs. P. B. Hunt, who Reeves, a well-known diversified gue can tell, ? special treatment which necessarily -
live stock farmer, of the same involves less
have been friends and relatives The dear one gone we loved so more or delay.
Our People Btuinet and Miss Amy Moore and brother, visiting '
Concerning; county spent the day with County well In Borne cases sufficient to miss an
and Town. Jerry, accompanied by their aunt; In Valdost,Ga, returned,I to L. T. in ;
visiting a
of the County Agent Dyer The face' the window Intended steamship dtxpatch. Fur-
} against
progress their home her.lust Sunday. lovely
Mrs. D. W. I
Moore spent
number of farms in Union and thermore, as the deficiency In pos Il
Mr. Tate Crosby of Starke, attended pane,
in Jacksonville with their
Bradford counties and studying the inmost la
(doubled cases)
,, _____ ii.ji.ji.jcjcjtjeakji.ji.jt.ji.ji.jLJLjLji.jtrREPORT .... mother, who Is very ill In St. Vcent's church' here last Sunday new cover -Crotalarla- The footprints seen In garden and delivery, or
oc=== --------------- evening. .' .' crop in lane, collected on unpaid
hospital. which has gained such great popularity *. articles. be refused t
Redgraves were visitors in Wildwood A. A, Durden's-Store(' was broken Are seen no more; but hoping still shor paid may
WEATIIEI within the last few years. addressee.
Sunday. into last Friday"nl ht. The large we wait." by
Miss Myrtle Oils Crump of Tampa Last spring Mr Dyer sent i S --
Starke branch. U. ., was the guest of Miss Amy glass panel front door was prized to
plied by enough seed to Mr. Reaves to plantone : Miami Beach-Permit issued
You to that automobile The perfect man, the goal of all the
Department. ought see $1.19 Moore Wednesday. Miss Crump open with an spring.
*retry acre; to Introduce them Into Harry Grange for J15.-OOO; apartment -
Sept. 29 1931. blanket at went on to Jacksonville to visit The clerks, when arriving at the I good '
ek ending that section to see If they would boundor building: At 1035 .Meridian
Mln.' Preeci Mrs. Moore, who is a patient In I IVincent's St store on Saturday morning found produce a good crop that far north. Is never reached by single avenue.
Max. the door unfastened but Mr. Dur- mood;
;>ate : Miss Smith of Jacksonville hospital.Mrs. Mr. Reaves now has, an ,acre of
1 71 T. Myra den 'has failed 'to miss anything By giant strength or help of Seraphim 0- .... .. ...... ,. 1
and It baa attracted
23 92 ', spent Sunday with her par very fine ,
from the store. ,
94 68 Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Smith.State's . L. B. Epperson and grand much attention and comment -
24 lents Rev. of Brooker who Yet perfect we shall surely he;
98 70 ,- son, Henry Lewis, of Bartow and 'i' McGauley The county agent became
rr act satisfactorily ;served the First< like Him- ATLAS'
98 72 Mrs. M. Neilson of West Point, Interested In it and has come downto
$ 83 72 T. Attorney and Mrs. A. 8. Miss., were guests at the home of Baptist church of Hampton, as pastor the growing 6n a larger I But now we wait, in patience calmly
see crop
21 Crews were visitors in Jacksonville
I last been unanimously walt
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee Monday yea
82 06>> scale and to learn more of. its I % '
28 81 59J >> :I Tuesday. and Tuesday.Mrs. recalled as pastor for the ensuing worth. \ The Standard Oil
129 I year. His work at Hampton :The plan of QaQ unceasing throughthe
week. In
J rainfall during ? : Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Bullen and the Monday morning was spent .
has been highly appreciated by yeara.Outreaches
: W. L. Wall and Mrs. H. C. visiting over the Experiment Station Tire Guaranteed
daughter Beatrice, were visiting Wall motored to Waldo Tuesday.! Christian people 0(.all denominations. all our fondest hopes r
In men's hats; farms at Gainesville:) where
bby styles In Daytona Beach! Sunday. : The workW the church has and fears; ,
$1 t $5 at Sternberg's. They were joined there by Mrs. the party was shown the various One YearFrigidaire, {
from There wisdom and his mighty p
j His power
I L. Granger and Mrs. C. T. Dutton,! unusually-prosperous. of Crotalarla,, -
Mrs. A. Z, Adkins and Mrs. i O. experimental plots rt
has been devotional services and love,
to Galneavllle. ,prayer;
them -
X. J, Williams of Alachua I L. Beasley spent Wednesday in who.accompanied conducted each 'week throughoutthe and also large fields o{,It growingIn Shall bring to paaa and his kind 4..NNN. ...i,
in Starke Tuesday. with the corn. Mr. Rlsher In
visitor !Jacksonville.
I year. The 'Sunday school Is purpose prove
the station,
of the work at
and la reaching more charge But we must wait, yea, trusting,
I Mrs. T. J. Griffin Mrs. A. Wood. larger, people the
live Dell of Gainesville was the I Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Alvarez have and for the study of God's work showed many figures, giving meekly wait ,
t Mrs. W G. Jones Mrs. J. Rltch increased on
of the yields
k end guest * Gloria Johns. returned home from Kingsley lake, Mrs. W. E. Middleton attended the than It has ever reached. The W. results A Friend. sr u
and other crops .
where they spent the summer. district meeting of the W. M. S. of M. U. Is growing and doing a won corn -. i
of Crotalarla, also the
Lalor and Mrs. E. M. Johns work. crops; IN ,lIElIOUII' I-ITfl-K CAK- the three
the Methodist church in Green year guar-
\ and the feeding
in Jacksonville Wednesday.W Milton Brownlee, Jr., of the University Great revival meeting will beginat of the plants SON McKiNNEY

of Florida,'spent the weekend . Cove Springs. the First Christian church of value of the crop. . anted electric refrigerator -

E. Torode of Lawtey at home. Satterwhlte Hampton, October 5th. The services The swine department was also I Death la now reigning;
T Starke Tuesday. Mrs. Grace DeLay. visited where many hogs were seen I Ion t
In The hath Its ,
a visitor '- will be conducted by Evangelist grave power ,
and daughter, Miss Sarah, passed( test, and results were
Cool weather' will be here noon; while en- Rev. O. P. Cull of Georgia, and feeding ,Loved ones are plucked
through Starke Sunday of different
11 Mrs J. L. Frazee spent Sweaters at Stern glvwi of the feeding With each passing hour.
Land look over the route to Miami from Athens, Tenn. the music will be in charge of Curtis Plr
nuday in Tallahassee. Iwrg's. is Invited. crops. Soon the last taunt,
Mrs. Satterwhite Is a granddaughter Hayes. Everybody As Tung Oil was another item For sale bySmith's
Oh where Is thy sting?
resident Rev. Montgomery will preach at .
of J. R. Neal, former
|[tD. E. Knight attended court Mrs. O. I* Beasley spent several of this section. the Methodist church next Sunday of interest to the visitors extensive Jesus Is coming, S

umell Wednesday days in Tampa this week with her morning and evening.A. groves in Alachua county Our loved ones to bring.A d1

Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Dur- and were visited. Mr. Clapp stated Friend.
parents L. Sullivan of Theresa Service'l
Pearl Jordan, home demonstration
Miss to find something
j Coats from $6.95 to $29.50pi den. the Mr. Brown of Brooker attended that he wished .
agent, will attend that he could recommend to his'armors INCKKASKI rOSTAOB ON
\uluea at &ternberga. "
;good here last Sunday morn
Senator and Mrs. E. M. Johns annual home agents meeting in preaching. to take place of cotton to LKTTFJIM ANn POST CAUDH ,S Mrs. L. C. Harper and and guests Judge and .Mrs. Marion Gainesville next week. The meetIng and inl Mrs.!: H. F. ChesBer1 has as tier a certain extent. Station ,,

|BIll)'. of Lake City, spent tbendln Hendry of Tampa motored.I to opens Monday morning guests thlsweek her daughters, Many of the tine pigs of the 4-H Commencing November 1st the
continues through Friday. Club boys in Union county were rates of letters and post
Starke with friends. postage on
I Jacksonville Sunday. Mrs. G. W. Shaw of Texas and :Mrs
Easton of Orlando and their chil, seen in the afternoon, and several cards to Bahamas, Barbados, Bermuda e:
and Mrs. 1duo Miss Mary Keown, district home are already engaged to be shipped British Guiana, British Honduras
n Edward Burns Senator and Mrs. E. M. Johns dren. __, ___
Tallahassee n -----.0:1:>
demonstration agent to farmers and club boys In Leeward Islands,
were guests of Mrs. S.1 will attend the Florida-North Carolina Jamaica,
1 to Gainesville Wednesday. I State football game in Raleigh was in the county last week. ,.'. Mr. Clapp'a home county, Mr. Netherland West Indies, New Zealand 'rtflit.
I She and Miss Pearl Jordan, home Reaves taking a pair for himself Trinidad, and Windward Islands e
N. C., Saturday.The K. \V. MARTINDENTIST
L. and Mrs: T. B. Massie and : demonstration agent, were outlin- BROOKER of the finest Poland China's to be , will be: {

children, were visitors in Jackdlie new style huts for ladies are ing' the program of work for 4-H found In the South. Letters, for the first ounce 01 ] l

i Sunday. In at Stemberg's; they, look good. Club Girls'for 193132. Miss Vera Ouluey, Cor. After visiting in several of the fraction,, ft cents; letters for each I l Phone 33: Hour v,9 to S r'

club acres. of Crotalarla, Mr. Clapp additional ounce or fraction, 1,
,e and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and Miss Estelle Kendrick, Miss Es- Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Waters of Mr. and Mrs. ,R W. Brjj.nnen.and was jo well sold on the Idea that cents Over Corpenlng's. Drug Store

were vlistors in Jackson- telle Davis Mr. Eldredge Smith Tampa, spent the week-end with daughter, Pauline, spent last he said that he expected to see Pont cards/single, 3 cents; post ..
Mrs. S. F Hamrick. They were week in Lake Butler with his mother many acres of the crop growingin .
|t Sunday. and Mr., Dewey Cole afternoon.visited Silver I I accompanied home by Mrs. M. Waters Mrs. W. B. Brannen. his county next year to buildup Phone STEAM PRESSING CO.Suits 4t

to measure clothe are Springs Sunday of Atlanta, who has been the Messrs. H. B. and P. -A. Crosby the land for larger yields of 52 J. Frank Thoman, Prop.Cleaned & : ; }i,
Hamrick for the past
guest of Mrs. attending l to business In and cotton.
r now a real good suit forlilttStrrnberg's. Baisden and were corn
; Mr. and Mrs. J. S., FELT IIATS Cleaned and Blocked Reshaped ; :
children of Pensacola, are visitorsat week. Starke last Tuesday. Evidently those farmers there n. ',;
Mrs W. B. ''Brannen, Mr. anitrL
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the home of his parents, Mr. and
tHelen Maynard baa return- Mr,, W. J., Epperson and Daugh )! D. H. Beasldy and son J. W.,
fftoaa visit with relatives in 1 MrW.W(. Baisdemr--r r tel','Mrs. George :Anderson?spent were+ visiting friend. *',and relatives

Dr. S. P. Vandlvlere left Friday_his Sunday accompanied In Berlin They Mrs. were Ep here Mr.Sunday.L. A. Mlntfc'" of' Jacksonville, SPECIALS FRIDAY & OCTOBER .3RD',

Ga., to resume
for Augusta several daysIn ,
r Paul Can va and Bunnie Ca- In the Augusta Medical person,,who had spent was visiting friends' here last week ,
course 'Berlin and Qultman., having '
spent Sunday* In Jackson College.. :i iMrs. been called ;there on"account of the end.Among those attending the association : it

death"'of her stepmother.; Mrs M. from here' Sunday were: ,
Fligdon A TIP TOP
John J. and son,
i Alice Langford spent Tues- Lacy; spent last Thursday in Jacksonville Knight.,. '". fir. H.. P. Gainey; Mrs. H. Gainey, Grocery k
and Wednesday in Alachua i visiting friends and rely ;Ifr. and Mrs. L: ''R. Gainey and
Circles of the Woman'sMissionary and Mrs E.
Both Daughter, Lois, Mr.
1 Mrs. E. D. Hague. I IIr. II I tives. Society of the Methodist M. Hazen Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Ha- LOCATION BETWEEN BANK AND POST OFFICE "

and Mrs. N. Sternberg and Mrs. Rudolph Weaver and daughter church will meet next Noble Monday zen; Mr. Henry Shaw Mr. and Mrs. Ilowell Nasworthu, Owner and Operator '
afternoon, at 3:30.: The Joe Allen, Mr. J. H. Kelley.
and Mrs Junius Smith were -
from Crystal -
tore In Jacksonville Sunday. River returned: where Sunday they spent a week White Circle will be entertainedby Mrs. Mr. A. B. Hazteh'waa a business Best Grade Whilehest Grade Compound Wesson Oil ,'23ei' I' fn'
Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr., visitor In Starke Tuesday. i

M $J 9i dresses at Sternbergr'a with relatives. W. E. Middleton, leader. The Has Miss Edna Stansbury was visitIng Bacon Ib. S% Lard Ib. 1 '
will meet at the - c - - 8cSnowdr't316
Bea80n just can't be be't. Mrs. R. M. Sparkman and guests. riet parsonage Peek ,Circle with Mrs. W. F. Jones Thursday frienda night and relatives"" in Starke 2 t 44c t a
and Mr.Marshal
Miss Nellie Silvernail Mrs. A. Wood, leader. Zelgler of Thereasawa -- -
Clarke'Ira" N. D. Wainwright, Mrs. D. of Jacksonville spent Sunday as hostess. Miss visiting Rhoda' inWvnilla'' 'Mae Illn- 8 Ib. Bucket Lard 69c; ./ Ibs.. 30cl\ \Navy beans, / lbs. 25c
and Mr.sloe Wainwright
in Orlando. '
I re visitors in Gainesville Friday __ Hon here last 'Thursday. night. 8 lbs. Pure Lard 93c, 4 Ibs. lOc 11 E Lima Beans, 4 Ibs. 25c F
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James Richard Wainwright of RISING .
Ur, and Mrs Paul Macey or Or- spent the Hardln, Grits 10 Ibs. Ring ;,
University of Florida Tallahassee H*** Hardy \
Wo, are guests of Mrs. R. M. week-end at home with his parents, MI.. Irl... MrRN.. Cor. Sopchoppy grower, declares he will 19clFlour241bs.52tWhite I ;i ;:

kman.Ir. Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright.- Mrs. B. M. McRae returned horn'hursday the never state ship tannery another at Ralford deer bide prison to Meal, 10 Ibs. 24 Ibs. 68c, ;

and Mrs R. J. Davis and Williams and George evening after spending the closed hunting seanon. --- .

ly. are spending a while at Flowers Tommie of the University of Florida several days in Miami with her sister during Recently Hardin sent three deer Pillsbury, 24 Ibs. 79c; 12 Ibs. 45c; 6 Ibs. 25c\II\ North. Beans, 5 Ibs. 25c

'cottage at Kingsley Lake. the week-end with Mr. Mrs. R. C. Groover. hides to the tannery to be tanned
I'anGold-G-JV21lb&55c12lbs.30c6Ibs.17c '
and Mrs. T. S. Williams. Mr. and Mrs. J. D Dobbs were Superintendent Blitch saw that \111'ure\ Coffee 2 Ibs. 25c

n't Silk hosiery; Chiffon or visiting relatives in this section two of them were green and notified Matches, 3 for _: We Oct..or P&G Powder or LaTouraine
Ice only 89e!) at Stemberg's. Mrs. J. C. Hoover returned home Monday. Game Commissioner C. C. I

Friday, after spending three weeks: I Mr. and Mrs. Leon Conner Jacksonville made Woodward who sent a deputy to Salt 2 for 5c 3 for -I l lOc Coffee lb. k
Soap 27c
, and Mrs. O. L. Haynes and In Jacksonville with her father Dr. a business trip Investigate. Express receipts were - -

n"y spent Sunday In St. Auguse James Chase. Monday. checked and Hardin waa arrested
with relatives. ;Mr. and Mrs. Callie Crosby were and haled Into court. Ills trial r

Mr. and Mrs. W. S. TTelvington' visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Mc took place before County Judge No. 2 Size Can Sliced Pine Apple 15c\\ \ Green Coffee!, 2 Ibs. 25c

Mr, and Mrs. W. A. Scott of Or- Billy of Hastings, spent Rae Sunday afternoon. Raney Whaley at Crawfordville _
and son Gal. Can Good
Syrup 59c 1.2
tt City. were guests of Mr. and Sunday with Judge and Mrs. Geo. Mr. and Mrs Marlon Reddishand Friday and a Jury freed him after __ Gal. Georgia Cane Syrup 4Sc
". A. Scott Sunday. Gardiner.Mr. family of Lawtey were W. lengthy argument by counsel for Wisconsin Alaska Pink ti
Mrs. Reddlsh's sister Mrs both aides. Hardln testified that No. 2 Can

'*'. C. E. Lubin and Mrs. F. C. ., and Mrs. Lee McDonald ofJocksonvlle. T. Crosby. he Co.uld. pickle a green deer hide Cheese Ib.19c ioc I .15
Harnage .of Vander. Salmon tall l Tomatoes 2
*of Jacksonville spent Thura- were the week-end Mrs. W. F. days with with aalt and keep it green for -
"II a few ,
Starke with relatives. guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wil foilt, Is spending M. McRae,. years., -- -- --- - -. ,
Mrs. - - -
her daughter, 1.LIMA' 1.
No. 1 Long IslandPotat.lOIbslTc
b' ;Ray Colley and'Y-Johnny;: son. Mrs.. H. M. McRae and children Hollywood -- Farmer Herndon CORN PEAS, CARROTS

Mrs. E. V. Simpson and Owen and Odessa, were visitingMr. Auto Service Station on West Bide 3 f for'25c
and -
Dorothy of Gainesville,, : and Mrs. J. W. McRae Satur- of' 16th avenue being renovated BEANS, im

daughter. In Starke with rela preparatory to operation during

NT[ WORn% tives.spent Sunday visiting day.Mr.. and Mrs.Mrs.A. L.B. L.Crosby Conner Sunday.were winter York Imp. Cooking Laundry Soap, JO for __._ _____ __-__?..,_-__ 25c I.

. and Mrs. A. S. Mr. and Mra. B. M. McRae spent Pompano-Ctnstructlon on new

COLUMN Crews State's were Attorney the week-end guest the week-end with his brother Mr.and telephone building rapidly nearing Apples 6lbs.25cCabbage Crystal Wedding Oats __ ____-___________ 25c
completion. ,
of J.'W.
J. R. Kelley Mrs. '
t R E.'lT-5Ix room cottage of Madison.Judge and Mrs. Three new school building projects Package MATCHES _________________._ 5c ;

JI clean modern. OF BALK FOR STORAGE now under way In Holmes
Y th'7ated. Ap- Mrs. J. M. NOTICE -. lb. 21'1C' WfioleGrain'
10-2-tf. Mrs. S. E. Brownlee : CHARGES county. k

Brownlee and guests, Mrs. L. B. --' Sugar 5 lbs. 25c _
RENT. Lewis were will sell at public "'
Furnished house 7- Epperson and Henry The undersigned Cat. Rice 5 Ibs.- 19c
rJm! ) s, W J. Iceberg ,
( hot and cold water, on dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. s auction for. cash to the highest IL E. LAGERGIIENSurveying ,
street. Mrs. Tuesday. certain household goods now Chlpso, 2forISc
IPrry Pearl Sny- I bidder
Epperson lOc
It- stored In the Hull building, corner -Leveling 1 j, Lettuce, each Old DutchSelox _.. 8c 'r

)[1'. and Mrs. F. A. Scott returned I of Call street and North Mapping Oxvdoi, 3 for - :Jcj '
RENT, .A good six room two- Saturday afternoon from Orange Thornp"on street. Starke Fla. onthe Htarke Florida 3 for .2.ic

''tory house with, large porch. City where they had been I 10th day of October at 10 a. m.Good Bananas SIb ]l5c

t'lto 1\1. house la located between visiting their son and daughter- sold as the property of John Quart Jar Salad Dressing, 39c; Pt. Jar. __ 19c {

paved streets. There are in-law. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Scott. T. Hutton whose last known ad-

''iQe ne youngpecan trees and and dresa Is Goshen. Indiana. Onions 3 Ibs. lOc S Ibs. Sugar 17c with 1 Ib. SANTOS Coffee 25c r

thatgrape arbor on the 4 lots Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Dowllng (Signed) J. M ALVAREZN. ,

with;: the house. The ten- daughter, Nettie and ;r.n. W. S. D. WAINWRIGHT Gob Jersey Lily Pure "'
will' be allowed half the pe- Stroman will spend the week-end Executors of the estate of.J. Sweet JO Ibs. Creamery

a crop In 1932 for with, Mra. James W, Alvarez deceased. 9.252t.SarasotaBuilding : 'QrID OR TAB.RT.II. '
I nut. harvesting la r jAckaonvlll.- R. .*M s .....*....>. *r ntrmwmlflm Potatoes--- BUTTER lbe
4tp Eighteen dollar pert Godbold., 4 permit IsIlIUed M _....... ........ a Cl tk. ..... m m - 32c
to . ... ,,_ ,
" '(. a desirable tenant. Seer .*.. sad .. Malaria la IC _
C, Stitb'and during August totaled"U ".
Ttr..U8hrty, South and MraM. ree0 ;'
Thomp- Rev. Fri- 210. Salve for Baby's! Cold.
"t- I family of Jacksonville:


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and 'about December 1 from Fort Young Truck Crops Rodent Control T(1\
Myers. And the Worst is Yet
to Come
Injured Help Not Injure
The fall tomato acreage in south By Aphids ,

FARM NEWS SECTION Florida has been cut to the bone. And Grasshoppers Bird and Game Lift! -- .- _

Around Fort Lauderdale It is reported I 11

there are 200 acres, but Indications Just after the tender shoots of The rodent control campaign in

Conducted By are that the acreage in truck crops peep through the Florida planned by the U. S. Bio
Dade and Collier counties will be
L. T. DYER County Agent ground they are likely to be injured logical Survey and the Florida Agricultural ,"'
greatly reduced. The fall in
crop by aphids, or plant lice, and Extension Service will
MISS PEARL JORDAN, Home Agent the past few seasons has suffered \
grasshoppers, and spraying or ba conducted so that it will be .
... \fo severely from heavy rains that dusting may be nece sary. These helpful Instead of harmful to bird ',t.
have become
SMALLER ACREAGE will produce most of the fall beans. growers more or less pests are particularly troublesome and game life, .says Dr. Wilmon
discouraged and do not have the
The acreage in this section la expected on early fall crops. Newell, director of extension. His
TO FALL CROPS IS heart to put in large plantings. It The aphids feed by sucking the result
statement was elicited as a
to be larger. This Is due to will be December
early .before there
SEEN IN FLORIDA Juices from the leaves and tender of recent complaints made to State
the fact that a large amount of will be any tomato movement. Indications growing stems, Dr. A. N. Tlssot, Came Commissioner Woodward,

seed was saved from last spring's are that lugs will be the assistant entomologist with the Commissioner of Agriculture; Mayo
popular packing crate. Many
and land owners are willing Florida Experiment Station ex and Senator Fletcher.Commissioner .
Fla. Sept. 25.-If crop
Jacksonville packers will use six-basket crates,
plains. This causes a Curling and
Woodward and
to let have the land to
present Indications of fall vegetable growers however.
crumpling the leaves which will
wardens of his have Investigated
plantings in this state are In plant as It does not require much There apparently will be a slight retard plant growth. the department and observed

any measure correct markets are financing. A greater part of the Increase in the fall celery acreage There are number of kinds of plan
to be flooded this fall has been done and in ._ .. __._ __...,.. TO o. __.1. a preliminary poisoning tests and approved
not going planting IU on*tufjie Al. 19 ooii' aphids that' trouble tmck crops, the .
vita Florida produce. Outside of many instances plants are showing mated that fall uia'nti s, whlct but the same sprays Or dusts will campaign.Dr.
Newell's statement in part,
the bean acreage! in the upper above the ground. are about completed, will be 45C(J kill them all. Since they do not
Cladcs, practically every section l Is The lower edge of the lake has to 500 acres. Movement will star) eat the leaves they would not be follows:
showing a reduction In vegetable already shipped a car of beans but in December. The celery acreage I killed by stomach poisons. They I "We hasten to, assure those Interested
I In the matter that
plantings. It will be the latter part of October In Manatee co'unty will be about have to be suffocated with contact we are
Many factors have a direct Influence before the movement will start In 80 per cent of last year's. Seed Insecticides. Some of the best liquid I Just as zealous of the bird and wild

on this reduction. In the a general way. The lower east beds In the Sanford-Oviedo section sprays for this purpose are Black life as anyone also, and/ we yield

first place the growers have had a coast Is planting few beans and in are coming along well and planting Leaf 40, Evergreen Red Arrow, to no one in our enthusiasm for

succession of poor seasons which the Fort Lauderdale section there la well under way. and Derrtsol. These should be protecting it. There has been no

have brought them down this year: will be practically no fall beans. On Strawberry plants are being set used according to directions on the wholesale poisoning of wild life

to about their last dollar, and' the lower west coast, around Fort out In all strawberry producing containers. The most common dust through these activities, and there

northern capital, which heretofore Myers and Punta Gorda, the fall sections. Usually the last week In is made by mixing,,7 1-2 pounds of will be none.

has been ready to fall In their II acreage Is limited and shipments September brings the setting of liquid Black Leaf 40 with 92 1-2 "In certain communities wild

hands in liberal amounts, Is not '80 'will not start before early Decem plants into full swing but a large pounds of hydrated lime. This rats, Including the cotton rats, are

plentiful. In fact, it Is limited and ber. number is usually set before that will give a 3 percent nicotine sul so abundant as to destroy large

when given out it Is Invariably In The fall pepper acreage Is gen time. Recent rains and showers phate-lime dust, which will kill parts of the vegetable and sugar

cases where growers have proven I erally being decreased. Around have prompted growers to start most aphids. cane crops. The damage In many

themselves worthy of assistance. .Wauchula it Is reported that plant- planting. Planting in some sections Since the aphids must be smothered Instances is so heavy that the crops /

Local operators are skittish about Ings will be about 70 per cent as Is epected to be somewhat late because by the spray or dust the entire are a financial loss to the farmers.In ,..

financing growers, for as a rule large as last year's. The lake sec of the dry summer weather surface of the plant should be one farming comunlty only a :

they do not have the resources they tion will have a slightly reduced which curtailed growth of plants. covered, particularly the underside few males square the damage by

had a few years ago. acreage and the lower east coast I A few weeks ago It was thought of the leaves where the aphids are rats last year amounted to $l O-

The federal government through around Delrayl'and Deerfleld will acreage would be considerably reduced most commonly found. The insecticides 000.00. This la not a new condition . --- =------

its seed loan department says that also show a reduction. Fort due to lack of plants, but should be applied before the in these areas; the rat pest -- --
tit feels it haa already gone too far will have about the LaUd-I i aphids are abundant, aa they will has been a serious one for 20 years.In SHOULD BE READY grass, and Ladlno white clover]
erdale _vacant_____ _vatna_.__ _tiavA._. PAvlvori__H. __ them___ _and__ "
with its loans. It has been unable In 1930. Indications are pointing now to an hide in the curled leaves and not be self-protection, the farmers of TO TRY NEW IDEAS 1 will be glad to let you kj

to collect even 50 per cent of the Rains early in the month delayed equal to that of last touched bv' the -sorav or dust.Grasshoppers thAaa arfnx have. nolsoned rats as next fall what the Crotalarii j jaa
money loaned, according to state the making of seed beds and the or acreage slightly larger. This Is especially ;; give trouble In the best th yid a dIn various (By- Spuds Johnson) I will surely plant some.'

ments. In the past the loans have crop will be a little later than us true of the section around Dover ' fall because they prefer the ten ways. The old idea that "this is the
just enabled growers to put In Increased ual. It is estimated that the acre where' there Is an Increase. der truck crops to other vegetation "It Is proposed now to systematize and father FARMERS: URGED TO

acreages and as a result age In Lee and Charlotte counties Strawberry growing Is becoming which is becoming hard and dry. and properly supervise the rat way my grandfather GROW FEED FOK ,ALL
flooded and Man will eat of the leaves that the work farmed, and this Is the way I am
the markets have been will be reduced 80 per celnt. one of the foremost Industries of They pieces poisoning operations LIVESTOCK M
prices have been low. This financial atee county will have about 60 to the state and many sections that thus giving the plant a ragged may be more efficiently done and going to farm," Is rapidly passing

situation has cut out In a large 70 per cent of last year's acreage. did not produce strawberries a few appearance. also that the materials used and among farmers of the United No matter how low feed ;p.

measure the small Indifferent The pepper movement Is expected years ago are now making them Spreading a poison bait around the methods of using them will be States Most of us realize that are farmers can't afford to

grower In many sections and the to start from Wauchula about the their money crop. la the beat way to control grass such as to avoid damage to other methods of farming, as well aa feed for livestock when nit

acreage this fall appears to be last of October and from Lee and hoppers. The bait is made by wild life. methods of conducting other kinds so scarce, says J. Lc. ",mil

planted mainly by larger growers. Charlotte counties about the mid mixing 25 pounds of bran and 1 "The cotton rat, which la the of business, have changed and trlct extension agent Event

General unsettled economic con dle of November. In some places Florida Pens Wins Ib. of parts green, then moistening most prevalent species In,this sit changed a lot in recent years. I the cash crops fail the farm!!I

ditions over the entire country have plants have been set but In other As Egg Contest it with a mixture of 2 1-2 gallons uation, is a voracious destroyer of If we Insist on hanging on to old has plenty of food and, fed]

been a big.factor in the reduction. sections growers are just trans of water, 3 or 4 grated lemons, oranges bird eggs and young birds. This ideas, what good does it do us for 1 I little to worry about he sayi I

Growers fear a suspension of buy- planting from seed beds. Sets New Record or grapefruit, and 2 quarts rat destroys more bird life every the business of agriculture to make Smith urges Florida farmer!

Ing In thetmarkets and feel that Cucumber plantings in the 'Wau of syrup. Grasshoppers do not year than our rat operations will in progress 7 What good does it do us grow the feeds required by t
they might not get prices for their chula section are about 7.0 per cent Chlpley, Fla.-With a Florida feed at night, therefore the bait a century. to .have an Experiment Station to livestock.

crops which would, cover production ' as large as last year's. Express pen and a Florida bird in the lead should be broadcast early in the "The methods of rat poisoning try to help solve our problems, Farmers who expect a shorl

costs. shipments are expected to start I the fifth Florida National Egg morning, before sunrise If possible. being applied have been thoroughly If we won't use the solutions after of corn due to dry weather shl
Analyzing the 'opinions of the in Laying Contest came to & close The above quantity should be sufficient Game Com
about October 10. The acreage investigated by State they are found? plant oats and rye this fall as [
prominent growers and shippers the Fort Myers section will be reduced here September 23. The S80 birds for four or five acres. missioner C. C. Woodward, who The farmers who are making the as save, all the hay possible.

concerning the reduction of acre about 20 to 30 per cent and layed an average of Z05 eggs durIng If the bait Is properly prepared gives his full approval to the methods best successes are the ones who oats and rye will furnish 1\

age for the state as a whole, it appears will start moving November 15. the 51 weeks, according to an ,and scattered thinly over the being used.POSSIBLE are keeping right up to the minute and early spring grazing and j
made E. F. there Is of chick
announcement Just by ground no danger
that a conservative estimate
Acreage to eggplants has been in development. While plenty ol make a crop of grain
be that the will be from Stanton, supervisor This is four ens or other birds eating enough
would cut
reduced about the same as the pepper similar Illustrations could be found Land that was planted to \J
better than the average for of the poison to injure them. TO HAVE
20 to 40 cent.
per acreage. Movement will start In Florida, "happen to be think or peas last winter will insu
either of the previous contests. -- GREEN LAWNS ALL
The Lake Okeechobee section about October 20 from' Wauchula ing now of a letter I received from good crop of oats and rv* this y
The silver loving cup for the high WINTER IN FLORIDA
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-- -- an Arkansas farmer just the other ter.

Ukulele Played at j pen Farm was, Callahan won by,Pinebreeze Florida. Poultry The 10 HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES It is possible to have a green day. Written on nice stationery I He suggested that th.It.Kulghunj/ .
with the name of the farm and its rye be planted and
birds had a record of 2,595 points lawn all winter in sunny Florida,
properties printed on it, this let Texas oats were the l lrleties lea for 2,480 egs. This pen took the G. E. Rltchey, assistant agronomist .
Weekly from Home Demonstration says and West FlIt
Both Poles first of the oontest ter said: for North
by Explorer lead at the Tallahassee with the Florida Experiment
Specialist, economy
"The pamphlet about Crotalarla would be poor
and never released it. Two pens Station. This can be accom-

were entered by this form, and six nlll.h..d_ bv Hnwlne.. a _little_____. Trjillnn received. I trnnk you very much farmers to load up with cattlj!.
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rn---- mD Cor it. While I without having
'u of records were won am just a plain hogs
the monthly seed on the regular lawn
by them. SANDWICHES!: FOK LUNCH rye Just grass before it begins to turn farmer, I try everything new I can feed, says W J. Sheely: extenj

The second high pen was owned brown. get that might do well! here. We agent in animal husbandry
For convenience, sandwiches are have Giant Beggarweed that re- ture and cheap home-grown f
by W. A. Seidel, San Antonio, Texas Three to four pounds of the
with 2,456 points for 2,379 eggs. almost necessary In the packed seed should be scattered on seeds Itself and St. Lucie grass. are the essential factors In p f.]
An from Gilbert's Chlpley lunch. Bread should! be 24 hours grass Both came from Florida. 'We also able livestock production.
: entry each 1,000 feet of lawn, and
Hatchery, Chlpley, Florida was |of age and should be spread with square have Angelton grass from Texas.It Into the livestock tmslnesi! ,, f j
about the middle of October is usually "
third with 2,415 points for 2,513 softened (not melted) butter. Is tender for this climate, but Ing feed at the same time,
the best time to do it. This
eggs. This pen was first In number Dressing should be put on the, amount should not hurt the old I hope in a few years to have it ac sugg tton.( _
of eggs layed, but was third bread, not Inside the lettuce or other climated. ;
lawn but should be to make
enough !\
''In points. material. Raw fillings should "Last fall we sowed Monantha n'.BUnny'Florl
I Pinebreeze was owner of the be shredded, grated, or ground in the lawn look green this fall and vetch, but It was sown l late and the rye grass will keep the !lall'n,
should be worked
winter. The seed
bird with the highest record, and ''a chopper. Sanwdlches should be cold killed it. On our farm we all winter. Sow It during Od
bird layed 310 eggs for aa many well wrapped In oiled paper to pre down Into the old grass\ with a have in small quantities several

points.. A Seldel bird was second vent drying. The child should be brush or rake. The lawn should crops that are not grown generally St. Augustine- --ChacIwi<

thus won another loving cup. The taught to eat the sandwich slowly. then be.given a good watering. It In this area, such as carpet grass, er Co.; furniture dealers, san 1
is well to about 1-2 inch
with 307 points for 297 eggs. A Bread requires thorough chewing. sprinkle subterranean clover, centipede co Avenue, formally penw|
of soil over the lawn after the seed
bird owned by Pratt Experiment Fillings grass St. Lucie grass, angel tin 1 business.STRAWBERRY'! .
are sown. Keep the lawn well watered
Grated cheese fresh cot
Farm, Morton, Pennsylvania, layed egg
until the seed have germinated
the most eggs. For 321 eggs she tage or cream cheese in 'various
received 296 points. combinations, butter, or peanut and then It may be treated as

Forty-six birds have a chance to butter (home-made) make good any other lawn. Two />r three PLANTS

lay 300 or more eggs during the fillings. Shredded lettuce cabbage, pounds of some quickly available

12 months, and they are being kept endive, or other tender leaves, pimento nitrate fertilizer per 1000 square ft.

at the contest,, until October 1. grated carrots, beets sliced each month will help to produce
When the contest closed four birds pineapple, onions, bananas, figs, tomatoes the desired rich greenness.If Owing to the dry-like conditions around Starke.

had layed over 300 eggs, and four raisins, prunes, or dates, there is no grass on the yard and Lawtey, we are making very special prices on

had over 300 points. serve the purpose well. Pecans, prepare the soil well, and thor your wants in both Missionary\ Blakemore !berry
The sixth contest begins October peanuts, coconut (fresh), or other oughly rake Into it three or four
1, and several days before that fruits and nuts may be used pounds of rye grass seed per 1,000 plans. See our agents Brownlee Bros., Starke.

date 77 pens had been booked. The If vegetables have been used in square feet. It Is advisable to add and G. W. Roberts, of Lawte 7 Fla., who will take

fifth contest had six different varieties the sandwiches, fresh or creamed stable manure, good muck soil, or your order -
while 10 will be represented fruit may be added to the lunch. A cottonseed meal while the ground

in the sixth. The new varieties small amount of Jelly, Jam, marmalade la being prepared. You know Bauer, plants of quality and we know-
or fruit butter be and red
are White Mlnorcas Buttercups, may Kentucky bluegrass top real
Columbian Wyandottes, and Speckled used, but fruit in Its natural state are other winter grasses, but they how to ship your plants on time and give you

Sussex, while Rhode Island is best for the child. Fruit Juices, are not as popular in ,Florida as service. So get busy at once and place your order

Reds, White and Silver Wyandottes. fresh or canned, are appetizing as Italian rye grass. They are more for what you may want. .
Barred and White Rocks well as nutritious. Fresh orange, susceptible to the disease known as

and White Leghorns were represented lemon lime, grape blackberry or brown patch, and will grow more

In the fifth contest. blue berry Juices, makes It possible slowly: J. A. BAUER

The :98 pens In the fifth contest to have on hand a supply of fresh
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. '\ -.", .' :3UCHARD: XONTEB . [ rl.\\\,,\; came from 17 states. Twentyoneof juices many months of the year
f 'J .. them were owned by Florida Milk THE STRAWBERRY PLANT MAN

It U best where possible to pro JUDSONIA ARKANSASWakeUpYou'r'Liver
' poultrymen. _
, ,,1.1: l'l'"f"f t=UJit:! f '7ir9=. t-l' mIi. ._ vide an Ice box and have milk
handled at the school. A thermos
'. ., town In AI!,.tam.""*4..Htlfc u&'$;ft'r' lijK, s..*< l tD "$I'ly"j." """ -',,' r.. li Fort Pierce-A catch of 88OO bottle, although expensive, Is worth

\\i:, pounds of fish was made In Indian the price if milk is not supplied In

Famous Musician Takes I Konter t a class, of Mjor! river here by three commercial the lunch room. A pint of bottled Oil
srirla in the southernmost part of fishermen, constituting one of the milk should be carried every day.
Hawaiian Instrument New Zealand and also had n eta.* largest individual hauls for some Desnert

on Polar Tours of Esquimaux girls beyond the time. So heavily was their boat Milk cup-custard (baked), plain
Arctic Circle. "Try an' 1 mijfnt, I loaded with fish, nets and themselves j I fruit cookies, ginger bread oatmeal -Without Calomi
could not get them Interested in that it sank before,docking, cookies, crystallized citrus
New York City.-Dick Konterl anything hut rhythm," ha explains. 1- but luckily in shallow water. The fruit, fruit paste fruit nut loaf, or The Old Must Qlve Way 6'r
l 1111\! played music further north "They nil Hko lrcumy And Youll Jump Oat of Bedin U thfa bU.1r1lOt flowbMt. ...J
catch was made for the mostpart fresh Florida fruits In 1 0.
and touth than any other human southern songs of thl o tflnmu y up season, are to the. MW fa,!U'..Ie" dlac__ IS_', dla-t. I*Jort *; ]
Lei IIlt'. He accompanied the Byrd variety, though I wan eurprhM of "spots." Both commercial fine for dessert*. -...... .. "- the Morning Rarin* to Go Cmm blo.ta Dp you* .toiiimelu ToB1thick.

expeditions to the North and South to hear the Murti. iingiinr! th, nnd sports fishing has'been good ItontAI: 91t1Ue- b .... ...... .bl tart ud JTOM l" th II"''T Jfu
t.ol; 's and wu within seven hundred Stein Son*.' here ,recently Several carloads Fruit stains do ,.,..-...."- If you feel sour and sunk mod the fef..k. ..., to btanI" *JI
fifty miles of the northern 'Alabama Lullaby/: wummywalti of'commercial catches have been which not come ................,_1_......._ world looks punk don't swallow a lot ...... t.....tmm.nit ITPtU *-T- j
.rid southern extremities thaearth. out with boiling water usually __-.I_ .. .. 'I
of ion; whirr n ricr.J .rt>. n>. forwarded, while some fine catches give k. _.. .. .. of tails, mineral water ou. laxatfo .,.-.............
Accompanying him Will his also made a great hit In tIlt Ant have been made by sports fishermen way to alternate'applications of 0.... ... ... ,.. ---L candy or' chewing gum and expect 1&.u-.oI4 'SUVU
wkelelel arctic. It was qti'tv' a t' to .*. One pair of fishermen land boiling water and a 10 percent solution .... -....... ,...--..r- them to mate yon suddenly tweet .......
"American dance music is the hundreds of Mnor't: djacing to tlle' of acetla acid applied with ...... ...... and PILU.- .. -'
and .
buoyant fu3!
ed 211 of bass with rod of conchm*. .
pounds ........freotF.... ,
on'y music! with universal appeal .
pleasant piac? an ....
U'I'I'i Konter. "Neither the E.- Konter N II.... of the few rrt"\ and reel In a few hours' time, fishIng eye dropper. HAROLD C. WALL :Tat they cut da tt. They only ftoIr ...... ........ ......
flu !raux not the Maoris !rOt who ma'J4 *.'rf.: !ole with ByrLIf la the Inlet. B ft the bowvb ad ncra mor. .. ........--............
thir.g out of high; class musl'ft1 ,,anI- 1 10 !'.1\ <>-:':.v? n an unj httwerirlel Why should farmers feed cornweevils Met downt trt at tte MM. "Th ..........Ya.........
0'.:" when we played yrcopft- tu:'..!' ,.!1..a... a,.,,,... wMrhIn Davenport-Drug store opened ? Fumigate with carbon bisulphide INSURANCE '-farroudowa: .. ....... .....-...........
tiftI' that they became Interested in'Ji In the Hiu II, .....--
for business In Brenner Block UDder 1 pound to 100 cubic feet ......... IIIiIu.........
h. Vr" A.i 04 hIl."""' I ownership of U. L Norton. of tightly closed bin space. STARKE FLORIDA .....w:.........,...... .... .w*.*. <.....-.
daIIJ'o' - .IV"' .

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-- ...: :::: - : .- -- __h' -- .. . h._. ., _.. .." __"_ FUN IN OLD-FASHIONED It.\KBKCt'K 7 went Rnnir quarter 12 East Northwest. and oleo the quarterof South.. r

Section it, Townxhlp T, South
hangs 22 East containing In all 80acre
more or ((less.
Barbecue in the t

sense brings to mind the color and K. M. John. Special: Muattir.

romance of the old southwest Solicitor! for' Complainant
Those who attend a barbecue for --- -

the first time the thrillof
,", ,,,,., .. ., experience %U'I'I'I<
.. lifetime. But the glamour of Tn Circuit' Court, liiadforcl County,
;-. 'I'".i a real barbecue need not be limited Florida In Chancery.
v. F. F Flume
; ,,. ., territorially; any large group may Complainant /(
: J:' ; ,77: 1 h- enjoy this rare treat of good beef vs.Joaephlnn.
," A. Marcntte et al.
.. ,.J prepared in such a way that all Defendant
the natural flavor is retained. Here It appearing! hy affidavit' filed In J
the above staled coon that Junephlne -
are clear simple directions for A. Marpntta and Ueurixe A.
barbecuing beef for a large crowd Ktarcotte, her husband two of the
defeniJanla In the above entitled
which were furnished by the national ('''UR'', are non-r.Nldenta of the plain
live stock and meat board.' of .Klorlda, and the nald Josephine
A. Marrotte and Ueorjre -A. Marcotteare Jn
Trench each retOilenta of Hnnta CatallnaKminlna
Dig a trench about 40 inches a YffleMlaH, Marlunua, Ilabana ++
: Cuba. and that they are each
deep and 3 feet wide; the length over the age of twenty-one yearn ...taw.
of the trench will depend entirely ... JJ'It
la therefore ordered that said'
upon the quantity of beef to be defendant Jontpltlne A. Marcotte +

Early Bird barbecued. A trench 10 feet long and Oporire A. Mariotte be and they
are hereby required to to
[ ,
will accommodate about 40O lbs., the bill of complaint. filed In said
of beef and a trench 15 feet long douse! name being for the foreclosure f '
of note and ,,,,ort! on or be
will accommodate 600 pounds. fore Monday the 2nd day of November
Throw the dirt back out of the A. I). 1931 otherwlxe the alloKatlona -
of Bald hill will he taken a. t
trench far enough ao there will be confessed by the said defendanta.
sufficient room to walk around the It IN further ordered that thin ure'
der be published once a week for X11 '
trench .
conveniently.Fire four consecutive weeks In the Hrad- '
ford County Teleifraph' a iiewapaperputillnh In said county and elate.Thla .
Start fire the bottom of the
a on
September SOl h. A. 1) 1031 '
trench with kindling. Gradually U W. AI.DKllMAN ,

add larger pieces of wood and keep 10(8..1): M. JOHNS. Clerk. Circuit Court. 4

I the fire burning as rapidly as possible Solicitor for Complainant.

must LEARN how to catch 18 Inches until a thick bed of has live accumulatedIn coals IS to 10-l-tt-tO-30, No'1'lt'I

the bottom of the pit. Hard dry In Circuit Couit Twrnly-Hlxth. Judicial .
I wood (oak or hickory preferred) Circuit In and for Hi'ail ford
County, State of Florida. In Chann
should always be used for the ft re. eery.
The pieces should not be too large 'I'IKI Federal land Hank of Columbia' ,
A Corporation, Complainant.
= his It Is necessary to see that the V.

worm : '" chunks of wood are all thoroughly W. N Lalue Uefendanta, Widower. fct ale) rt',

-\ ... burned so that they will char. To It appearing l>y HlTlduvIt' Itll."d- t Jed
A accomplish/ this an Iron rod witha to the bill filed In the abovo 1
/ ;, stated cause that the ro.ldenc. of
J hook on the end Is very convenient W. N LttU". widower, one of thedefrndantn +'
1 therein named I... uu- t
If the chunks are not sufficiently e
1s ..
1Pk known and that. defendant W. N I
. burned to break Into coals l..tiltic, widower, IN over the age of
'o' .
.' they should be thrown out of the twenty-one, yem, It IH. therefore, or.
"+ :( dared that said defendant be and he
pit. Level the coals off as evenly la hereby required to appear. to the
".,. d1' as possible. About 3 hours Is usually bill of complaint riled In mild cause. ,
Ham being for the foreclosure of
.' required to get a sufficient note. and tiioriKunre, on or before t '
bed of coals. Monday, the ttiid' November }
. '" > A. 1>., 1031 ....:r..ot alleicatlonH : 11
", .. : Sand ''of said( bill will be taken anoonfenned
'. ::: . ,: : :
should be available to cover the
order be published once a week for t '
bed of coals about 1 1-2 Inches four con....cutluve weeks 'In the
llradford. TelwKtapn a newa-
I thick. This should be clean. fairly paper publish j| In aaul uounty. and
coarse sand and must be dry. While .tal. tfi '

the fire Is burning it la easy to 'hl'a BeptemlWr. W SOth.AI.U.931.. nMAN, )t tt i3

dry out, the sand and have It hot (1'1..1)' Clerk Cltrtull Couit. ,

)1 b when the time comes to put It on ro. M JOHNS.Hollultvi* rur' 'Complainant .

In business the WISE advertiser the fire by using a piece of sheet l
must L'
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Iron over one end of the trench. .
a It U-Important that the sand be 1II"'I'I,11t.It1.14! t

put on the bed of coals just as' Hereby notice, I. given. that under y' 't
I e quickly aa possible after a sufficient and by virtue of that certain finallieuree tt 7
) amount of coals has been ob of foreclosure made. and entered +
l>y A. Z. AdklnM, Jud.. fur the I
l entice the quarry to the surface with a tained. Twenty-Sixth. Juillt. ..lal Clruult of
: Preparation of the Bret 1+9urldnIn and for Bradford Count,
: Florida, In Chancery silting on the
The quantity of beef to be barbecued SStli day of Huptember, A I). 1981: + 4
should be cut Iqto chunks In favor of Joseph K wllaon., aa llquldalor :
for Bradford County Hank, 'r
of aa near 30 pounds each aa poe a uorporatloii, aa complainant ana
rain of beguiling Pointed Bible Wrap and tie each pieceIn against, It C. Jones and Ada V., t
arguments. Junes, his wit., aa defendant. ,I
two thlckneasea of cheese cloth The eclat 1 Master, will offer f
r.ILIilfr :
and one thickness of burlap. Old for of the courthouse
door III Htaike, Florida, during; the
gunny sacks will answer this purpose .legal hour of Bale between the !'
If clean. Have the beef cut hours of Kleven A. M. and Two I*.

by captivating illustrations and wrapped and at the trench by M.vember.on Monday A. 1>. 1981 the: Slid to the day highest of No

magnetic the time the fire Is ready. Spreadthe and bent bidder for cash, the fol. I
lowing described property. situated
sand the coala
on as quicklyas In Bradford County Florida, to-wltl I
possible and without any delay Lot. On. ( I ), Three ia), Five' (8)

place the wrapped pieces of beef and Seven Town(7) of,of Rtarke.IS. 'Block. Two (II.Orllln..1 .

on the sand. K. I'KlUtYMAN,' V
layouts and appealing from The Trench Covering "Special. Master
copy IB. M. JOHNS, '
It Is also Important that the Solicitor' for Complainant .
trench be covered and sealed as io-a-5t-io-ao. p

quickly as possible after the beef r
NOTICKI or Appi.irATiour roit n'
la placed in the trench in order TAX IIIURII ,

Stanton Newspaper Service offered that there will not be any loss -ofheat. Notice Is hereby given that Mae :

The most convenient covering '. II Well, holder of tax certificate
No, 102 Eth day of Aununt A. I>.
in a piece of sheet Iron but If IB 20, has filed ald certificate In
this la not available boards may my office and made application for 0,
tax deed to issue thereon' In accord..
be used. All cracks should be .
ansi with law Hulil certificate emliracea

free at this office to our advertiser tightly sealed with either mud or orty situated the followlna In Bradford described county prop.,. j

sand so that none of the steam Florida, to-wltl },
will Southwest quarter of Southwent {
escape.Time quarter of Snuthenat. quarter Section %+
I&NlulrNI U 'rwp 5 South. Urine 12 Ea.t-10aurea 4
The beef should be placed on the ,

fire about 10 hours before the timeIt Th* assessment of said prop.rty ,
'ad is BOUND to catch under the said certificate, lBuen was
ji your your la to be served. However If 'In the name of 8 CII....
placed on the tire earlier It will Unless aalil' certificate shall be A
redeemed according to law tax deed
do no harm for after 10 hours will Indue. thereon on the lath day of
a the heat from the bed of coals has October A. D. 1(11.Dutnd .

' . .: . died out and It will not hurt to A 1.>. .1931 this flth day of September' '

worm. + ,.' \ .. leave the beet in the trench. It ta fl W. ALDERMAN t
. : : : b14' Clerk' of Circuit Court,
', / not necessary to turn beef while It Hradford
County. Florida.
." r" x: ' .: In being cooked and the trench H-lt-It-10-l>*. t

,,;-... ... ,,." 'y.<_.,'...'.'f'',".' i' , 1 ;ho ii-o;; be pen-d-ul;; ti tj -e-t, Nn'rlrl i

:,1.'I (,:::-'x"t: :\"iI'. 11\\ '. L <, I .' serve. Two good carvers can carve I KOU 1'1'TAX" 1.PI.U..r'o.. U"II

7 < ;<:j.k4.r? *''J"'! ,.' '. tIf.67I" -, \>, \ " the beef aa fait an It can be con .
. : ,::-. veniently served. After carving Notice .IN hereby; given that O. +r
F..tch. holder. of Tax Certificate No. i'
i- ", ,' It may be salted to suit the taste, 297 the 61 h clay of 'Au (ut. A I).
but no sauce or other seasoning Innecesnary. 1820 has filed said certificate In my i
. orTlce and made application for tax
'. ., : deed to ,Issue thereon In accordancewith
1' Amount of Ilwf ,law. .Sald" certificate embrace
. The amount of beef required depends the following, described property sit.listed .
o\UJ % In Uiadford county, Florida.'
largely upon the generosityof to-wlt' IN..rth"'Rt i

those serving but It la safe to quarter of Bouthwt ,

figure that 100 pounds of beef will ouarter Uan. 22 Section Ka. .t -16 40 Twp acre.a Uuuth 1

serve 300 people. The assessment of said. property
under the maid certificate, lipiiied. was '" y,
|10 the name of Mr. t. A. Kuhl.
Tavernier-County will grant Kuhldeemedsarrnrdinglftoslawl

franchise to Key Utility Co., local I : ,
w'lI I. .... '
th.r.on the 12th ,
Bradford concern for power and light system of Octob..r, A. D. 1931.
County to serve number of communities Doted this 5eh day> of, September. ",
A. D. 1981.9aa1 .
on the keys. '
Ne\v Port Rlchey-Grey-Dingus (/ Clerk of Circuit

Realty Co.. completed renovationof D-lI-IIt.IO-Iburt' "radlord f. County Florida r I } '

\ their offices In Clark building. 1'I i

Frostproof-,Redecoratlona start(1 WOTICB
,In Clrnult Court, Hradford Coun.
on Interior of Ramon Theatre.
ty, Florida. In Chaneery. K,
Dade City--Seaboard Air Line lleula Oandy, Complainant.

Telegraph railway to construct packing shed William"..H. Tandy Defendant. ;

: to handle cucumber crop In this Order ml l>nbll<>a lun
'i section. State fif Florida to William 8. 1
j I Oandy
t Ic
tt aimearlna I ; "hy affidavit. duly fll. '
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.1 .T.Jt' "MALI' In the above entitled cauxe that
Hereby notice I I. Klven that under the, reeldenc* of defendant William'r f
rlsv r'r; and hy vltrue/ of that certain final V.,11"1'J I" "nkn iwn and that sell ,
1 l er e nf foreclosure made by A V '..... 8. Omidy I* over the as. v
': :. ;. Judge; Pro (line Vln, for the of II year. It IN therefore ordered)
Printers Publishers tw.nty-slsth judicial' circuit of Florida I that you. William:: H. dandy, be and
In and for Mradford) county. Are hereby reiiulradj to appear to the r
I'.rUla. 'In Chancery Hittlnv, on the : Mil. of complaint In said cause filed rlj
!4th day of ...alimt/ you for divorce, un or he. ',
I.. favor of Joseph I'S.. WII.nnos, fore Mundaythe 6tl day f Octoh.... t,
liiulilatnr for llradford County A. D. I9J1 otherwise allega.
Hank a corporation a. complainant, ,: tlon of sold bill will b'.h.ta ere
r. .A. : and against M. J. Mreen and Janle on t..I.
Florida Jreen his wife" and Willie Khoden It la further ordered that this order "r CI(
Starke aa nefendarHM.
published" once a week for n
The said Special' I. offer four ccitixecutlve> week, In Bradford '
for ale In front f"tht'n; : ltlll .. County; ; Telegraph: a newspaper pub. -?
door In Mtarke, Florida, durlnir the Ilehed In Bradford County, Florida. a ,
'.gal' boon of sale between eleven Wltne my hand and the Heal of r
., A. W. and T?"> p **., *n Monday Sbov. name<' court. this September t'
the Sod day of November y
A. I) 111, end 1991 ,
to U,. highest' and *>..' bidder for .
the following; deacrlbed' prop. A" Clerk 'rcui.t Court Bradford] 9
ettuated 'n Bradford count. Official Heal, >
County Florida ,d
''ea.h. .
:: iouih.ast to KNIGHT KNIGHT. ,
quarter of North- dollcltore for Complainant r } '
quarter *f Mectlon 1. Town.hlp.! (.46ttOaOCTOBER ;

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Bradford County Telegraph are typical: i floa, ( OOr4. 'rI r-

l From Other PensThe I 'Cadillac drives up, chauffeur t>r Campbell came of a long .6

Established 1877 says, "How far Is it to Kansas line of physicians.his father and

City?" grand father were physicians, and rI I

41, t Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class new tax on Intangibles does "One hundred and forty miles," his father's uncle leas the celebrated -

i not Include some wearing apparel. is the reply. , surgeon, Dr, Ephrahim McDowell.
!Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida anda .
'r Starka "Give me 20 gallons of gas I
Telegraph Meaning just
gallon of oil. -- Following the death of the late

Ei Matthews! _________________.__ Owner and Publisher what?Bronson Journal. Buick, "How,, far la it to Kansas Dr. H. Y. Reeder, who operated a

1''! M7' ' J. Robinson' ______ ___ __ ___________ Managing Editor ---o-- City?" drug and hardware business there,I
School days are here again. "One hundred,'and forty miles." .Dr. Campbell purchased them and

Vi t Starke Telegraph. And the boys "Given me ten gallons of gas anda re-sold the hardware and contin-
: SUBSCRIPTION RATE and girls all know it,-even if they half gallon of oil." ued the drug store until his death. 'I

; 4 l Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance are not too enthusiastic about it.- Ford. "How far is it to Kansas :Monday evening the Sunday

'$ i : Bronson Journal. City?" .' School Board of the Welaka Meth-'Ij
;d : $$4 Advertising Rates on Application ---e- "One hundred and fortymile..." odist church at a called meeting

Taxes are' going down, says the "Give me two quarts of water adopted the following resolution,j

Q Florida Is a well-paved state. Bradford County Telegraph Yes, and a bottle of 3-and-l oil and hold which evidences the esteem and} respect
you're right, they are "going: this son of a gun until I get in." he was held by those who labored -
0 down" on the books to be collected I Austin, "How far is it to Kansas with him in the work of the The first building of the Woodmen Circle ]Home for

J Retail prices on, frog legs have Jumped. when due.-Sanford Sentinel. City, ?" Sunday school, of which he:was superintendent -I Members and Orphan Children at Sherman, Texas Aft

i Jr,' , o --0- "One hundred and fortx; miles.1 :r"Inasmuch .
ll ra + It took a corn cob pipe to satisfy : tablet'and a God in His wise
'"Give me an aspirin as ,, AUTO,TAGS MAY BIS BOUGHT and sorrow, we
't X : 1 Just to remind'candidate's-we have no free space. the flappers of olden days.*.-. a bottle of pop." providence has taken from our NOW AT CUT PRICES one consolation feel that We ill
r rI
vi' + ::. j Starke Telegraph. While the modem some daJ 1
0 -* midst our beloved brother and coworker shall meet him In
:,1,1' ones demand-but why go into Favorable sentiment for the dividing Dr. E. T. Campbell, we desire Automobile license thisyear's there Heaven
wind tags.of are no deaths ,
will the blows
., Straw lids still show which.way particulars that everyone already states nr para
r is
y of Fibrida t 15t6 two to record our profound sorrow and no farewells
knows?Bronson Journal. make are now on sale at are spoken,
't.: I U. -u J : widely spreading. North Florida and our sincere appreciation of his Written by his aunt,

,In election also, many propose but few, are accepted. --0- should get,i.onto the band wagon fine spirit of the devotion and mag- one-fpurth the price for a full year. rte McKinney bin f
Fort Meade'
'reports the first //The
i reduction became effective
be madeas on
and insist tjia\ ,the nlflcient service which he consist--
,( > ; (I"J.I'I| I IV ' i ;I'n i ripe 'strawberry 'of' the season. soon:'as,.possible{ for' the northmuclv. ently and continuously rendered In September 15. t- _

"4 Coolidge seemingly! prefers to write than be.president. Starke Telegraphs And that i I" erq-"eeetlagt' pElthppt'; every department of the church, Tags for' 19.t will go on sale on .JacksonvlUe--Gult Construe
of F Srt'
something to report. But what oivn''govdrn December Myers, .
o .JaEpeg At.a.. and especially never-falling in V with the privilege of for bid

R . Truck line faster and wider than ever. will be still more Important Is the manias, is .tjjp..m, Complaining terest in the boys and girls of the attaching them on cars beginning from dredging St. 17 .OOO cubic
t), r rv' !i slogan: Bigger( report of how much made by the section In Jower? part of peninsula.The. Sunday school. His departure from December 15.: All ,motor vehicles No.. Lucle river between
,,1., -,-.-o- season's crop.-Bronson JournaL must have a 1932 tag by February and point below Palm o
(['t two sections of the.state are us leaves a vacancy which, none bridge. ''
v'''' Palatka is getting.excited over a proposed excise.. tax. -o-- entirely different-different in resources can fill. We extended to;I Dr. slid 1, if they are drivenon the streetsor J
The small counties are not fight- different In business Interests -: Mrs. Baskerville our sincere sym- highways. This requirement has Tampa-Construction of d<
o fog the big counties-they are been changed, and until this town substation started by Tarn
different in ambition, different I pathy In their afflicatlon. year
To lose fat with speed, tap a hornet's nest with a short merely trying to protect their In people. Florida as it Is can nev-I "The above resolution passed the law required that all motor Electric Co., at cost of $120Mo,

stick.,i rights.-Starke Telegraph. Well er be Justly ruled, nor its Interests unanimously by the members of, vehicles be registered and bear new serve Bartow-polk Industrial part of City. ,
and truly said. The small counties County DemJ
tags by January 1.
justly protected. Melbourne the Welaka Methodist church and
o need the big ones as badly as the In started publication at this
Times. Just like the four sectionsof school board spite of the longer'.time allowed plus
Sunday September
r, We have the Empress Eugenie-let's hustle along the big the little elowa., It Is through the United States-dorth and 21, 1931. motorists In procuring new

; bustle, cooperation-fair cooperation, that south and divided by the Mississippi "Frank A. Domer, Pastor tags. Acting Motor Vehicle Com-
a-- both will prosper.-.Bronson Jour river. There is just as much'ex Laura E. McLeod, Secy." missioner Walter S. McLIn prom-

., ; These shivers will soon start the annual trek nal. u cuse for a four way division of The church auditorium was tax- ises'the bulk of tag money In Jan- FLORIDATHEATRE
r ? uary.
America-as there la for a divisionof ed to its capacity with. sorrowing
; li; to the land.of sunshine. Our Empress Eugenie la off to ----. .SGOD'S -
?pt l a Florida!-South Jacksonville friends from throughout the coun-
the board of commission-
: o : Herald. ty, and besides many of the colored
ers. It whopped off 19 mills from YOUNG GAINESVILLE FLA.
It won't be long before you'll hear "Wish the weather the tax levy and let the chips fall I'' ---moo;' people whom he had so faithfully ,
General Impression prevails ministered unto in the course of his -- --
,would, turn warm again.'' where they; would. Now, what do A youthful soul wafted to realms
that the in-1" attendance
throughout the, country practice, were to
Pro. Week
you think of that, Flnellas, Taylor I of Glory. October 1M
; o _. " limit has been! 'rFaghedIn the matter bear witness to the beautiful life
.' Bradford, Columbia and thereat On Monday afternoon,
The last. lap in horse racing is the most exciting, and it's of you counties that have been of taxlnC-.gasoline, Rumors of their friend and pi*y.last respectto 21, 1931, the sad news September came to- .
come from many, states that the one whom had been their friendin
+t, the same way in matrimony. blowing so much about how your Mr. and Mrs. Carl McKinney that &
take direct Thursday
people themselves may a need and In deed. Friday
Bounty commission cut down your their son was killed, when he
o : Interest rater than trusting Mrs. G. S. Baskerville, a sister,
tax millage Tallahassee DaUy I stuck his head out of the windowof
; The world is said to be a mirror, but some people see everything Democrat. their Interests to legislatures.4 Already is the only survivor, except her the bus and crushed his head Laurel & Hardy
there are rumors the legislatures husband and son Mrs. Baskervillehas
except their own self. -a- against a telegraph and
f pole caused -
of the future will be inclined been with Dr. Campbell for In"Pardon
of an advertising agent death
Speaking Instantly. He
a to let gasoline alone from some time and was at his bedside was a
a One party devoutly hopes that full dinner pail premise taking advantage of good nature the standpoint of any Increasfe in when the end came.A sweet child, the joy of his mother, !
reminds of the who the
us one gave a pride of his father, and a noble Us"
tax but will seek other forms of choir composed of Mesdames ,
of,1928 will be forgotten next year. number of song books to a church. companion of his friends. ,
automobile taxes so that owners of .E. H. Morris, V. D. Wells, C. W.
And on Christmas morning the We can look back few
-o automobiles cannot point to the :.Loveland, L. J. McLeod and Miss only a Their first full feature length)
In olden days they couldn't make bricks without straw congregation heard themselves gasoline tax as greater than the Lottie Davis rendered three appro- days and see him a strong and
r> singing: of the fuel. A tax on the healthy child. Now we fancy him Comedy
Now they require bricks to make wine. original cost priate hymns at the services In '
Hark! The herald angels clng. E\\ bright, shining angel soaring
automobile tires is rumored as the church.Dr. -
Beechman's pills are Just the around the
--1 I next best bet. There is, of coure,, Domer, his pastor, who stated great white throne,
The youngster who said Mendelssohn wrote the greatest thing. and no more sense In taxing gasoline that he had the privilege of mingling his joyous voice with the SATURDAY
Peace on earth very mild. other angels in singing to
'r, war march in the world wasn't so far wrong. ,Two for a man and one for child. seven cents /gallon than there knowing,Dr. Campbell only a.,few praises
would be In,placing a tax of sev short months paid tribute to his God.Though
o -Sebring American. [ we are bowed with O'Neill
(eral' dollars'each on tires. The work in the church and his life grief Sally
', The state gave lands to the railroads to induce them to o wonder Is thatUres, have escaped in the 'community.Those .
Brain Exerciser NC), 456MX
extend their lines; now they give the highways to truck lines. as long as they( ave. When Oregon serving as 'pallbearers In

''V *. A. Puzzler deposited fifty led the way'with a one-cent were Messrs. L. A. Morris .Chas.F. .
dollars In his bank. He drew it out gasoline tax, nobody ever dreamed Fowler, L. J. McLeod, Mac GAIETYTHEATRE
One western city on account of limited money, discarded in various sums. When he had his where'' it would /lead to within a Johnson, C, W. Loveland and FredV. "THE BRAT"Monday

its. blind! and kept the zoo. That borders on monkey business. ,original fifty dollars drawn out he feW years.-Marlanna Floridan.o . Owen.

0- 'discovered that according to his o- Evidence of the appreciation of ,
figures, he still had a 'dollar on E.!: T. CAMPBELL his life In the community was -expressed ALL TALKING
t Exchange says a clean glass at a soda fountain is a good deposit in the bank. ,How come? DIED WELAKA MONDAY with the many beautiful STARKE] & Tuesday

ad ert "ement. A better one would be the use of sanitary |jWlthdrawal_$20.00 Balance30.00 \ -' flowers covering the casket and

paper i cups. Withdrawal. 1S.OO Balance. 15.0O Funeral Services Held at Welaku later banked upon his grave, a Four Marx BrothersIn

l Withdrawal. 9.00 Balance 6.00 Methodist Church On Tues tribute of love and respect to him Friday and Saturday

p. Withdrawal. 6.00 Balance., ,.00 day Afternoon, who has passed to the new and bet-
;A1.1 automobile? driver with a month's experience will get .i, .n ter world.-Crescent City Journal, Nights

more, 'speed' out;.of his machine than a, railway engineer with $50.00 $51.00 Last Mopdayl"mornlng'' at five Sept. 25th.Dark.
Theodore Campbell Richard Arlen Business"WEDNESDAY
"; of .o-- o'clock -DEzra|; 5 "Monkey
years training. Slump, Hoover Rule lilt In Auto beloved citizen;;( .of Welaka, In .

r.... ." ,,0- Poem ) passed away.!,\\t,his\ /home there following "GUN SMOKE" -

Automobiles are taboo at the Woman's College, Tallahas- an. illness( \ which' lasted for ,
12.J C
Knoxville, Tenn., Sept.
see, but University boys are allowed to use anything resembling ,Curtis former resident) baa 4 sept about tNlne.\t ysara( ( c$6Q"tf"r.I'w; -!;rtCampbellcame Monday ,&' Tuesday '

.i \\l! }', .ut9na" . this clipping from an Abilene, Tex- ; .to .Welaka V$' engigedr"rn'
... as newspaper to friends here ofJjls' profession and ,.Joan CrawfordIn Clue Brook, Kay
the practice
ft MI'! I .. .. ' ', ,0 thru

The Legionairea'.cry'when they hit Detroit for the con- here"An yesterday east-bound, and auto It passed bore this bad the made county.DtanyJenda; who will throughput be saddened - J' Ytifr "Laughing.Sinners"Western : .... FrancisIn

; 'yeniUon'vfaai"VVewant', :,, ; beer" Before the convention was sign: to learn of his death.

?; t overtiescry.changed} to "We want more beer." "California for vacation. Dr. Campbell was born In Ne- .
f "Arizona. for Irrigation. braska City, Nek, June 24, 1864. s Electric Sound Sys-
a ; o "Texas for starvation Received his academic education In tem. There Is none better.
". Noted; anthropologist declares when babies crawl they "To hell with the Hoover admin the public schools and Nebraska "SILENCE"In

are answering, the call of the jungle. And we suppose they istration. bound.DadeCity college. He received his medical PRICES ISo A 40o

walk and run as they grow older to keep up with the call of "I'm Banner.Arkansas training .at Columbia University,
graduating from that Institution In
d the wild. '
-0-- 1888. Since that time he has prac- Eye Shadowsare
It won't be long before we,will
0-- ticed medicine ,.in Iowa, Missouri invisible under the
We propose Ely Culbertson for our next president. With be setting up our living fireplaces.At room. and Florida. film of seductive beauty enchanting imparted
stoves and lighting our his residence in Washington to skin and
your com eJrion.
two opponents and a dummy he could his of bidding the" football
use system time
the same D. C., he was a member of They need no longer age your appearance
to determine the number of votes needed to make a games will be on. Our radio sets New York Avenue Presbyterian or detract from the ,

grand slam.t will be working overtime-reception church, and while residing at charming youthful beauty; JOG On
may so easily thruOOUfUUin
will be better than during the poastn
Starke he represented Presbytery -
-Q summer. Card parties will be In at,Atlantis City N, J, After OD Op0
t Moderator of colored church association in his annual ad- vogue. Coming out parties will be coming to.Welaka and there beingno O

dress reminded his listeners that "Drinking strong drinks and aU thing. We will feel better church of his denomination CRENATMqLI ,.
about things in general. Perhaps "membership with
f smoking around or upon church campus will not be expectedof our dispositions by
ministers." we can all the social functions the Methodist church and waa an ......."'.h... ..............
messengers or participating in active worker. In the Sunday
:'' I 0 of the community. Let us try
it We won't lose any- '
A person driving a mule can require all passing cars to thing being reciprocal In our -

; stop and silence the engines while said mule passes by, under efforts td' make the community j Our Fireproof Vaults
a Florida law., A mule patrol would be more effective than a home-like.-Qulncy Times. >
-0-- -

motorcycle/cop on some of cur o-highways.. out Let charge us give: Don't;you a let little anyone tip with-take 7 PER CENT BRIGHT j To be sure, many of your possessions are

Congressman Langford of' Georgia told an audience recently out life-would Insurance make the on person your tak-life covered by insurance; yet there are bonds,

that i in his state they don't call them flappers any more which
insurance.the beneficiary ,
out the
ing documents and in ev-
"We call ''em bungalow girls," he said, adding that a bungalowgirl in case of your death. If you priceless heirlooms

is one who has her head shingled, front painted and no very take careful out Insurance whom you yourself name, be as COTTON SEED MEAL ery family that are quite irreplacable.

upper story. beneficiary. There never were so Don't take a chance on losing these valu

,! o many sordid tragedies in which

Answering the question of who owns the state highways, murders are committeeU for the 'Per ables through fire or theft. A box in our
$1.00 Sack
'we met one of the big stockholders the other day, driving a purpose of cashing In on insurance .
as In these times, when it seemsthat safety deposit vault
RSffi r' eight-foot-wide truck. Anyway, he had three-fourths of the lots of folks will kill their r I protects them perma I

road, and he must have been one of the big boys to control best friends or nearest relatives to nently.

i,collect few hundred, dollars In-, >
that much of the roadway.
i surance. Of course,, this caution .5 't R CARRADINE -
o ,does not apply to your wife. If a I

The first cold weather in Russia was celebrated by the :she kills you for your Insurance, ? I The BANK of STARKE

authorities forbidding citizens to heat their homes without I you probably deserved to 4111104, t ,
S special permission from the municipal government.. It would anyway.-Avon Park a Times' laWley, Florida : AN HONO/ 'ROLL BANK

be Interesting to hear a communist. agitator tell negroes in A Touring Story E. S. Matthew' Pr**.. R. j., Davta Cashier

this country they couldn't have a fire without permission
When tourist drive through Ctihunbus _ I Safety Deposit Boxes Provide Safety
from :
headquarters. -
oa their way' to K&Daa
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