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: January 3, 1930
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Bibliographic ID: UF00027795
Volume ID: VID04740
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start Showing in Report Tentative plans for the pilgrimage -* j i "
I today selling at competitive Ninety Days .
II" i UOll1lnN! Only J.'.... ure> CI1I1I1 t1 bidding all outstanding tax: certificates of nearly 7,000 gold star .!i ..'
' ,III'" r" 1 mothers to the American cemoterles -> ..
of property sold to the state n.n ;"'
;, !!d'i i hI Tb.. 1lne of I' ,ul l'llrf Allowed For f' \
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for taxes In Bradford county, the '
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\ :::,!r-: I', :. 'f; properties going to the highest and Ruling Would burled have b4en completed ;j 1 tU .;
Jr., ,: \ Crowds throllged t SI1 best bidder, regardless; of whether Report of Assistant SUte Auditor! Filed With Clerk Following Tax Payment by Major General n. F. Cheathera, ., >,.. n.11 .".>

:" of the local Ford ap; nry "J rootl the amount bid covers taxes and Release Funds A.idit of County Offices quartermaster general of the' 1I..a.. \1.
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:: i to lIf'e the IIhowlng r n'' Interest due on the lands. AccoidIng army. ,...
I', )hl..t. Pity 2 IVr Out On Amount I ..." .
for tbe Model A For In rlpoJtse to the advertisement running No dates for salting' have been u:., 'J,::
I to Invitations from r. :.V. AndrewS for the past four weeks the sale It'.Ion, Ily Supremo Court On . Assistant State Auditor John \V. Williams completed his of Adjustment. set but under the act of congressg!' U.n, ". &I

\ JI".. who al ,OUI t4 tl1at will tart 10 (:IUloJln... Tax Would Itrlng authorizing the to ,r. ... of
,','" at o'clock of Friday, task of checking .up the county officials on December 5th and following war department 11 '3 : :
!!, each of the new 010 tJls 1 soon January 2nd and continue from lgK'et Ih.ta'ibution'Vhen Persona having tux adjustments defray all expenses, of mothers and ."', ,.,.' ,
: :mm be aVl1l1abJe hi a v riel f new day to day until all] certificates his filing of the report with State Auditor. S. Morrow, made before local adjustment widows of soldiers killed In the. .10 U ..

:. :;.;, I colors. Owing to tl bl!: mand have been sold. the state supreme court a copy was sent to County CU'rk Alderman for his records. This honrclH uiul the board of appeals World War. tho trips must be bei.tween -. \,(& ','j}

':U, for tbe dll'terent mc leis 'Jocal Under the law passed at the last are given 00 days In which to settle May 1 and Oct 31. 1933. ;- '
I decides the gasoline tux rase, the shows that the affairs of the e'1t
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, .. WO, He'i' report county are being. man. '1
agency couJd only cur. session of the legislature, it will for such taxes, provided that U planned to make the trips '' > '
:.1'1.:' '" dans, the two and f Jr.d'' types be poBslbla for an outsider! to bid largest distribution of school will funds be aged in a business-like manner by the men filling the different offices they pay Interest of 2 percent at times of the year" that wilt be I ",; .,,
la the of the state
: '. and both met with he ry\ apI1roval In tax certificates at' a lower cost history distribution ,. and it is being published in full. The financial condition monthly (in the adjusted amount most comfortable for those taking 11.1
effected at the next quarterly
,:;,':, of those wllo ,nsp' 'd and than the owner of a piece of property In January according to of Bradford county as represented by the! different funds, is given Attorney General Fred H.[ Davis advantage of the government's: .' ,\..
;iI': 't" 'f rode'ln tbem. Vis! ,rs \, e ask'ed can redeem the certificates found the auditor of date of mild In un opinion Issued at TulluTho hospitality according( to a war department : \ ,
October
State Superintendent V. S. Caw as by as 31 1929 :
anel
.:: to reglste.beto. lea g foe. The law provides that certifIcates h&JIsP'I.' announcement. 9epar- 3311 'i.

;;''I\; were gvel1! IIteratlll sho Ig tbel'I Issued! In 1918 or subsequently thon.Two-thirds of a cent of the tax Clerk of Circuit Court 2 per, rent a month interest ato group.* of mothers and widow ..n. ; ,

, complete new Uneo ..r ea avall.able can be redeemed by the i will begin lifter t thA expiration of a ; will be organized for the respective , ; n.u
which the tax bill provides December 1020
gas
.! during this ye Wll many payment of the amount of such 10 day period allowed the taxpayers cemeteries in Kuropo.: ;'
. I (shall be distributed to counties on lion. W. S. ..u
,.: signed for further "mon 'atioDsI certificates and the amount of unpaid Murrow to settla after the board* com The cemeteries to be visited are: '
I!} f' ()f the new car's ve orn10 e. or omitted taxes due on the an equal basis, and which Judge State Auditor ,?*-" plete the adjustments Alnse-Marne, at Relleau, Alnue, f'i 1.01 .::.,..,.-
Lore held was Invalid as to dlstrlbutlon ( 'iW'
': Emphaslli was ,Iced 1l tbe property, plus interest. "Such Interest and which should go to Tallahassee, Florida. ,'; Such persons, however, cannot France; MeuneiArKonne, at Rom- j1 j1aguo. }....' .
:, fact that the car III UI langed ," the law states,. "on lands Dear Sir under the law, settle for tile taxes Souse-Montfacuon, Meuse.,4 ;,"
: the schools on the basis of aggregate \ .
:' mechanically: that nearl 3.000.000 .- Hold prior' to the year 1929 shall after June 30, 1930, which Is tho France Somm nt Bony Alnse, I" n.1 .J\
has already Pursuant to Instructions I have made 1"'I \
attendance examination of '>
:' Model A type ords e now bo at the rate of 25 per cent per an Qnal day far the adjustment of the France. St. Mlhlel. Thln.collrt.1eutheEtII"lelle. ,*. I U.aI ,; ''-
:;" on the high ways pI' vlnl!( t t they annum for the first year and 8per amounted to considerably more the accounts and records of Hon. G. VV. Alderman, Clerk of taxoH. If the taxpayer waits until !\ ( France; Bur :

'!..! are thorollghly del'' IIdablili" cent per annum for the time tban a million dollars, U Is stated with the Circuit Court of Bradford County from November 1, 102' that date thn adjustment mado\ esno, at Burseno (outside Part) ,
the
This of tax, along
: The policy of tit Fon. Motor after, the first year from the date part to October 31, 1929. will ho void and the certificate Seine' )Franc. ; Flanders Field,
would
two cents which the bill
:ill :" Company In this relpect' \U been of eale. Such Interest? on lands hare distributed to the counties He keeps the minutes of the Board of County Commission will curry the full amount of taxes Waereghem; :Itelglum and Brook
alterations'lienev- there and pennltles, wood London, England.
J I to make minor sold In the year 1929 and
.'' the basis of bonded debt ,but showing their acts and and
on ers these
doings all
, : I er a new device hi* BIOM! Itself after shall be at the rate of 18 : were posted He mil)' olno find( that the certificate : As far an practicable the department
id"" 01" : worthy to be Included in he mechanical per annum for the first year and whlo.h Judge Love held should go to date. All warrants authorized and isaue'd by the Board hall been Hold to a tax (cer : announced widows and ) ,

: :. I plan of tl* car,>ut not 10 per cent per annum, for the to the counties the basis that were listed in the minutes in detail. The report of county tlfI'atelnhaMer\ us provided, for i mothers front each state (going; to
In Is held lit thetreasurY'
it paid being
" to bring out a new lar as, whole. I second yeat and 8 per 'cent ]per was finance due December 31, 1928 has been made, 'copied in the In another chapter, the attorney : the same cemetery will be permitted

,::1:., "The new body fcpes '\ll have! annum there after, but not less Finance Record and mailed to the general warned, In which cone' he : to go together.
' In addition to the million dollars comptroller.
'n j"l: i' a distinctly retracing-appear than 6 per cent of the face of the added, the purchaser of the certificate I All groups will be assembled in.
:I : ,{ I,I ance," said Mr.dre'| "They certificate." And, on the other which has accumulated In the He keeps the account against Tax Collector,' the' depository for the adjusted amount New York City from :24 to 48

r ''H I:, I have alt the beautj an(( arm of hand, the law provides that the treasury from the two -thirds of a accounts, and the conviction record which were all posted would only be entitled to collect hours brforo nulling and alt hotel

;!il.: ,: I contour, line and nlbpoiou usually sale of certificates) ihall be at the cent since the case was derided the to date _. 2 percent Interest a month on and other expenses will be paid by t4 i

::::j ';' t' associated wlthKlia, I'ge cars,. highest price bid and says nothing first of August the state board of He published and posts status of account of the Tax Collector the adjusted amount up to June the (government.; Dt'fore leaving
education of funds to distribute, -
I' .H, ,q... :, ."As one looks Wthe.. the first about interest. 30, 1030 nnd after that data their homes for New York tho
f monthly required.
as
Including the one cent gallon
::' thing that catcheffitheye Is the "At the sale each certificate, together a would lie entitled to collect the pilgrims will 1 be glvem their rail
" J new ,radiator fitin reining the with all omitted subuequent which was not attacked by recent He keeps the minutes of the Circuit Court and the convictions full amount of the certificate: with road and boat tlckts Pullman accommodation

f;iii";" !:' Ford individuality It thigh and taxes upon the land covered litigation of Jno. E. Mathews.,' thereon were checked against the conviction record, aR Interest and penal tie..... for lower berths or 111
Jacksonville .and he T
::" ,!!nIL narrow, and In jttxcelnt Ityle.r thereby, shall be pfferad separately of the 1939 legislature.attorney In mem his sul well as reports of County Judge All convictions'were shown Clerks of circuit courts, Mr. Pavl parlor car seats,, according: to the IISIII

r: ,':?;:' l This 'with the h\m\ >'r al longer I and shall be sold at the hlghesi; to set aside part_ ofthe gasoline to have been entered in the conviction record. .. added, wilt be authoilzed to distance, anil sufflclont funds for

""I', r, hood and the Bhjwter awl, give price bid for the same and the assignment He Bell tax certificated to private purchasers food cuitoms fee. tlpu. for boll
tax as unconstitutional. collected..$986.40 for candidates's filing fees-for the
F'''.' the front of thejjjur edistinctly! of a certificate to a purchaser In the manner in whhhthey boys and maids at hotels; porters,
''';''':'; t new and pleastntKippirance' !', to I at such sale shall carry with Outcome of the case will affectho June Primary, 1928, which was deposited in the general revenue I' have alwuyi sold tax: certificates waiters I.nliiteward. on steamers,

''n1> ,which an added JBich'f, bright! It an assignment of all subsequent poorer counties, like Wakullato fund. under previously existing laundry steamer cbulrs and rugs,

m !;"', ''''lies' comes Irom qH'Oliff'strlp'atl unpaid and omitted taxes upon the a great extent since distribution He had accounted for all Tax Sale Certificates redeemed laws, nurl nUn-to noil,,, such certificates I medical attention and medicines.In .

oC the two-thirds of baais
' yl'" .\ the ;juncture of tliffllioooind, cowl. payment of such unpaid or omit attendance a cent on would- or purchased through him since time of last audit and has' fur I the adjusted] amounts fuct, the war department .
iI\\:.., "Moulding: treatB,nt; new and ted taxes In accordance with the pf aggegate subject to the proviso Mint they 'plans that the pilgrims. shall not ,
r give the schools a great deal les on hand all certificates chargeable against him list fur
i,1: :: .' the fenders are (I mor generous bid therefor, subject to any reduction as per may he tedeomed within 91) days bo dependent on their own funds *
". :" dimensions, flowliB wit the lines or adjustment of the amount revenue than they would ,receive nished for this audit. for the luljunted amount by \payIng for anything neteHsary for the UK'nas

of the car. jf of any such tax' Hen theretofore under original term! of the bill The Board of County Commissioners has not been com 3 percent. Interest a month trip. :

t'i "The fenders, rSich lller than made or ordered under this or any county which would contemplated receive that dii equa each plying with Section 2196 Compiled Laws of Florida which requires but In on event later than June SuRlcleut personnel! will bw

heretofore, contiliAte areat deal other law. The right shall be reserved 30, 1030. drawn from .tbe regular army, or
I them to the
amount. from this source. inspect offices and! records of the various ....
: to the Improved uppe-ance of : to reject; any or alt bids, . gauUcd reserves and employes of(
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::; the car. Higher at the f>nt, with and all awards made shall be subject [ ornces or tne county every three montns. Their attention has Berries the denartmaat.' to attend to every
,, !' big crown and swe ilngell) down ; 'to approval by the comptroller :MRS.!' OM.tll W, imKKNH1MKN been called to Section 2864 Compiled Laws of Florida, which Moving comfort of the widows and 18

, ,: : ,: over the wheels, t 19 nd fenders who shall approve or reject; : AT MIAMI JIH:<1CHMrs. requires the sheriff to make weekly remittances for fines and In Small Lots mothers of the nation's heroes,

.'iI,!:; flow back in grn 'fulirves to the same within 10 days after certification costs collected' well as Sections 2827 and 7253 Compiled while In J Europe' and enrouta to
'" the running boa Is. fie rear to him by said clerk of Omar Wynn Dickens, wife Europe and return..
Laws of Florida which their
out
point and
of Theodore Dickens, died at MIami duty penalty attached
fenders tlorrlen The pinna call for two weeks'stay ,
which a !o h/e high the result of the sale. The Bale continue moving out 11.11
!" dovii Beach at 1:30 o'clock Tuesday in regard to failure to comply with Section 2827. from in Europe! for each ,
crowns, sweep I ova the rear shall be .made by the clerk and the local platform mostly in group
: wheels to a point I Ijwer .(:in form may be continued from day to day morning, her death following The Bank of Starke and the Bradford County Bank are small quantities, although Mon- .

""" erly. until all certificates are sold and an operation on Saturday her the depositories for the county funds and as such have accounted lay'H shipment) \ totalled 60 freez- State To Vote On
Mrs. DKkens to
'" "The head lamp, set' ;Igher' the clerk shall require a deposit marriage, made previous her home with for all funds entrusted to their care. They have fur era of 80 quarts each. Trices beIntc I
.\I' k a new arched tie foad..lao contribute from all bidders before taking I paid on the platform will probably
J I her aunt, Mrs. W. C. Powell of nished bonds with the Comptroller in the sum of $5,000.00 Four Amendments
;: t I' to better I'learnce. their bids In such amount or per average 30q a quart from December
J,. l "A new fttmosp Jacksonville. She frequently made each as security for the County Funds. .. 18th. Prices realized 'I
;,.I I \wa o stability centage aa may be fixed by the being -- "
I, lift I visits here and only recently went The balances and warrants Florida' voters next; November
,': :t; !Ie produced by sm'tler steel comptroller.. Any certificates not oustanding in the depository by members of the Growers Association

"' "b: I : spoke wheels ana late Urea, sold may be successively advertised I to Miami Beach after a lengthy as of October.. 31, 1929, were as follows : were reported as belnn will pusa' upon the question of .

;R;,tl!" t which bring. the B>dIe4loBer to and offered for sale at such I: stay In this city. Bradford County Bank Bank of Starke 11 lither than platform prlren, bill whether., any or nil. of four pro"
I > the ground. resuligiig t h'a She had numerous friends and nformation could] be "ol'ureeJ posed amendment* to the state
be not
uiJl, iower time or times as shall designated
Ij':'" center of gravity And' ensequent by the. tomptroller.\ was greatly beloved In Btarke, General' Revenue ___$ 391.37 $ 407.35 at the offices. of the UHHoclullon an constitution shall be adopted. ,. lit
d "' ;. where she was born, and in Jack Fine E* Forfeiture __ 899.92 936.65 The amendments! -were proposed] 114*
::1!!'! , .Increased safety |> the road ta- . to what amount of fruit tlio association
iji'' ''j.' ,. peclally In round!*, tnrtt at high HTAItKK OX llir AIU sonville. She was a niece of J Utah Publicity _ _____ 238.49 248.22 lit, shipping or average In joint resolutions( passed. by tha

1.; .t,:', speed. Riding !qu lty aio is improved -.'- D. Hart, the founder of Jacksonville Outstanding _ __ 140.93 146.68 prlcell[ being paid the m mbera. two houses of the legislature at "
Through efforts ft Mr. 'A. J.Grlffls and her, family connections 1.93l'.62; Total HhlpmenU from the local the lust regular session.
Road B Bridee
r.r _.__ > 2.010.47Widows'
I were some of Florida'smOllt ttia amendments which,
among Briefly ,
n "The most. no secretary of the Business -' ; platform since nCH:. 18th amounted
r",,' ," the body types h Men's Club. Starke;! has been prominent citizens. Pension __ 417.53 434.57 to 13,2(58( quarts bringing In estimated It Is propon (I to place in sections \, .

,:' "i//', the Tudor sedan granted the use of the air for a j Mrs. Dicken was 46 years of Agricultural _ ___ 21.38 22.26 total of $3,990.10 I'rev- 15, 11, 12 and 13 of article ft of .

.::r. t,:' ,the open cars, few minutes each week to tell of age, 8h. leaves her husband Building _ ____ __ 26 .71 275.25 ons to tlmt data uhlpmentu' totaled the constitution, would prohibit ,.j .1 U'

' ;- ..,\ Its strawberry industry,, and arrangements Theodore Dickens, one daughter.Mrs. Warrants Outsanding 6,2(8 quarts with receiptsf the Issuance of bonds in counties., .:' .'f'IU':
Frank II. Davis two grand districts and municipalities unles..
; t\ : ,will be completed at ) 12.11520. Shipments' > will continuO ;
l I: ::\, CJI.sr.UH.9 ('II"\L on all funds 89,30 $210.30
children, Dick and Bob of Miami -- the proponed lusuea are approved
,;, J> the luncheon Monday to take full 7 light until the plants reeov..rfron
[( Ij"', h'", I . I Ir. advantage of this opportunity to 3each; her mother. Mrs, Mary \ the severe cold of the pimt by a majority( of the freeholders; , ,.

r.; Pouring of the 't'etfJ "tell the world" of Bradford Andrews Wynn of Starke; a sister $4,305.98 $4,481.45 two weeks, while qnantity shipments exempt certain. t industrial "
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: . "I Hon for the new < founjafal county and Us chief product.. City and brother. Mrs. Marian Eddy The balances in the depository as of October 31, 1929 for will not begin until March. from the payment of taxes; authorize .. .ILt.,'
peneratUled and Ttobert Wynn of Alachua and the l ClIatnre 1 Inheritance ,,.
,. , ,. Commissioner Tom Imeson of e ( to Imposa
"t tl" Ing unit to beJanuary during the Special Road & Bridge Fund were as follows : ,. u..
Jacksonville, was in Starke Friday a sister and brother Mrs. J. W. UmtlUl'H: i\ l"IOICJIJ.\ or Income taxes upon :
will star today. D. A. and readily agreed that this Shancey and Joe> Wynn of Jack Bradforct Judd be'<
contract having by the! warded the important. industry so near the son ,lJIe. Gen. Road 8 Bridge Fund_______$14,284.66 $13,713.20 I J, C. Townaend, Jr.,. truck crop such Impositions are made by the : -,' N\: \

Some 1 1of 1ankeMoraCompany <) gates of his city should be given The funeral) will take place Interest B Sinking Fund _______ 15,495.33 15052.74 observer for the department of agIculture. federal government, and! to impose "" ti"
I foundation reql of the Mia I more) publicity, and the use of Thursday with Interment at Miami .. tins estimated the .trawicrry only a llcensa tax unon"motor! ve. ......'.!J."

.. engine and generaled I tor the, big 1 \VJAX In broadcasting was tend Beach. Times-Union, Jackson- 'acreage In Harriet county at hides, eliminating toe ad valoremtax.

from the amof ,ay be gain- ered by him.RKMOUKLINO. villa, Jan. 1st.liAFAYKTTE. $29,779.99, $28,765.94The ISO acres, according to a report/ ,
material'
t from Lakeland. The In The proponed Income and Inheritance
\ necessary to bull t following gentUrtrien, E S. Matthews W. E. Torode acreage
l'tY'' cubic : IMIKVATTJacksonville. : : amendment
: 1H>!STOKFICKnciu ' other counties In Florida l it fill- tax was
,'- yards or more tbuof t carloads. J. H. Ritch O. Haynes and R. A. Weeks of the
trustees
E >i.\a are county mated by Mr. Townsendl an fotows adopted at the request of Representative

foundation sand rock will an be< 1ent. The Dec 30. Lafayette road and bridge funds and interest and sinking funds for the : HllUborough, 3,080 ; Brador.l. W. 8. Me Lin. of Leon,

24 feet In length b roiimatelyfeet Material U being placed for remodeling Prevatt, <0, of 753 Saranac county and had in their care October 31 1929, $8,545.93 for 2.600; Polk. 1,125Hardee| county who( explained' that aa

and six: feet deep. l wlda the front of the postoftlce street died early yesterday after which they hold no security from the depositories.On 8(0 Sum ter, 1BO; Orange, 125; long as the federal government required
l' building and the adjoining noon after an extended Illness, I IMr. Oade 120; Plnellas 100; Oicnola, the col lection of such taxes-
: Installing of the 1e \u lt will store occupied by Ov'erstreet.'and Prevatt wa a native of Brook- January 1 1922 the County Commissioners issued 15. Mr. Tow mend indicated the with an *0 percent rebate to state*

require enlarging. ,I h, municipal wprk will start before the 18th. er, and cam to Jacksonville two $550,000.00. 6 per interest bearing bonds to be retired in series. government |fit giving' much atten- having inch laws of their own

plant building p anj drawn Plans Include new fronts for both years ago. He was-nurSmber of January 1, 1928 to 1952. amount paid to date _.__$ 30000.00 lon to tb* strawberry industry. Florida was losing millions oC dollars
hawing 'the d
to ba flfty-fiv propot lie" building buildings large< show windows for the Hay wood Baptist church, of Outstanding ____._______...__.. 520,000.00 yearly.
t aqul.re Overstreet store and a Brooker. He Is survived bv three .. NKW: ( ,'LJo: IUnlt The motor vehicle tax: amendment -
the present
of
and will take care the ftre'fTgnt'
both. daughters. Mrs. Georgia. Thomas was sponsored by Representative
across
ing equipment and! {provide for I flat awning of St. Petersburg Mrs. Mayreta Total ______-',________$550.000.00 Among the new calendars re- A. O. Kanner, of Martin,

needed storage room, The addu FINE IIEIIKIEH Thomas of Brooker, Mrs. Lots {'nterest paid to date. elved at this office for 1930 are county, who .1110 l backed: the proposed /

tlon wilt be built to (he rear of the Ttiigpen of Starke two sons Lacey On July 1 I. 1926.. the County Commissioners issued $450- two out of the ordinary run of cal- constitutional provision requiring

present building units aid a&d the three This season has been noted for Pravatt! of Lake City and Edward )00.00.) 6 pet cent interest bearing bonds to be retired in series ndars, one Issued by tbe commla- the approval of a majority'of
: generating equipment of Jacksonville two loner of the freeholders before bond Issues
large acreage of extra One berries J. Prevatt. ; agriculture of the state
:4' will be in the front {section of the Us the fruit handled from the clsrers Mrs, Joanna Crosby, of 1931 to 1956. Interest paid, to date. and the other by the Florida' : are mado.

I!t'obulldln". local platform being pronounced Jacksonville, Mrs. Elizabeth Star- Respectfully submitted. Power '" Light Company. Roth The proposed amendment are

"r the finest known. Th* best single III* of Lawtey, and one brother John W. Williams. carry attractive Florida scenes In to be voted upon in the general

JIIRTIHK quart yet brought In was placed Frank: Prevail. Wauchuta.. Funeral Assistant State Auditor. colors un each monthly calendar election of November" 1930, :AC

!;i" on exhibition in the Telegraph office services will be held at 9:30 page, the picture being .a, fitting that tlma, tile state electorate wilt
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I Mr. and Mrs. Tom M. MottBrooker by Marshal A. L. Alvare oVlock tbi morning from th. TAX COLLECTOR one for each month. also vote upon party nominees.

bo)'. Dec. 21.Mr. Tuesday, thirty-six berries filling chapel, of- the Seoahole Funeral '. December 1929 The prlmarl* of the parties will

and Mrs. Sumuet Smlta and rounding out the !quart cap.Mr. arlonr. The Rev A. B. Ch nce S. Murrow Plant City J. Ct. Sparkman come earlier la the year the democrat ,
W.
Graham girl. Dec. 37.. Alvarex has one of the "show will officiate.! Interment will be ion. ,! ", moves his department stor to for this year'to have two prim ;

'.: :Mr. n&'1tlra. Ifcnry I MartlaStarke 'I Patches" near Stark and l I. torn- III Brooktr In the family. lot In State Auditor., mer location of Carroll department arie as the.,r"sult'of tile repeal of .

\ boy, Dee 21. New Hop* cemetery.. (Continued On Pase Two.) tore.. bft c1 Bryan primary -
I Ing out a heavy crop of fine fruit. . ., .! ; r'1J."JI" '

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nnADFORD COUNTY TELIIGRAPH,-STAR1tt 'FL RW. RJ1._, .J\SUARV 8. 1"30

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Officials Make i Sale _ ______________ 1.077.55 They have kept the usual records pertaining to this office. c
Mr. Griffis keeps the minutes of the board of public instruction.

Good Showing In Report $ 11263.28 $ 11263.28 showing their acts and doings these were all posted to date and i'

1926 Poll Tax all warrants authorized and issued by the board were listed there.in
a Continued From Page One) No's. 720 to 1219 __________$ 499.00 in detail. ale, .I Ilrlfle.
( Deposited _ ______________ $ 486.00 His depositpry accounts are all posted to date and are in bal trade lease or er-
Florida.
/ Tallahassee, Void _ ______________ __ 13.00 ance with the statements as of October 31, 1929. ch ige,, Ii any part of more
L Dear Pursuant Sir: to instructions I have made an examination of the The reports to the Comptroller for the period ending June th I '301 j erent properties in (
'- 499.00 30 1929 have been made and recorded in the finance record lor
499.00
$
accounts and records of the Tax Collector Hon. E. W. Hayes $ up va' ous |I Numbered
from November 1 1. 1927 Poll Tax and mailed to the Comptroller.The '
former Tax Collector of Bradford County an nli lien the following 'I
1927 to January 8. 1929. who was then succeeded by Hon. C. Nos. 1 to 1260 ____________$ 1.260.00 Hon. H.' B. Wiggins superintendent of public instruction tparote : I

A. Knight newly elected Tax Collector. Deposited _ _____________ $ 1.232.00 of Bradford County, for the month of November 1928, j' 1st mortgages, a.r- I ll I ,

He has kept the usual records pertaining to the office and Void _ _________________ 28.00 drew $200.00 full salary for the month, also drew $63.00 for encu lag. about $3.000,00 each saf '

has kept them upto date but has not made weekly remittances teaching nine days at Brooker school. modern five-room bunga-
col- $ 1.260.00 $ 1260.00 The balances and outstanding in the ,
to the State Treasurer, and the County Depository for taxes warrants depository as ov t appraised value
1928 Poll 'Tax of October 31, 1929 were as follows: ot more I

_ _ t f lected.It appears owing to an error by Mr. Knight, the present Nos. 1'to 33 _____________$ 33.00 Bradford Co. Bank Bank of Starke the ,tree hundred thousand dol- j'I

,> 'Tax Collector was due the State $11.97 and the county and Special Deposited _ ______.t.____: $ 32.00 General Revenue __________1794.77 2046.01 lac icr/flto/ price cash one-

.1 Tax Districts $67.00 on the 1928 Tax Roll which amounts Void _ ,...._________________ 1.00 District No. ,1 1 N__________ 198.07 thlear ( :l/ face value or $1,000.00) !II
District No. 2 _____1: ___,___ 888.21 II '
'have been paid. guaranteed and
1. District No. 3______ _::__ insured. ,. I r
; It also appears that he had overpaid to the School Board $ 33.00 $ 33.00 32.51 tlti ; t I

/ a$6.00 on Poll Tax of 1928. He also had overpaid county $18- Nos. 34 to 756 ____________$ 722.00 District No. 4 __________::._ 264.48 t I,

<' 40'on 1928 and 1929 Occupational License Tax. Deposited _ ____________ $ 711.00 District No. 6 ____________ 192.58' 1 I llorlgage! of $200,000.00

Settlement was made: as follows on 1927 Tax Roll: Void _ ________________ $ 17.00 District No. 7 ____________ 358.79 secu y more than 600 acres of .1'1
; State District No. 8 ____________ 105.85 nd 'I
& tim >il mining
District No. 9 ___________ properties h
Amount charged ____________$ 20508.67 $ 722.00' $ 728.00 40.10 wit raised!
' .,(Collected error f9 Inolvent report 24.98 Overpaid _ ____________$ 6.00 District No. 10 ______..:'____ 598.85 o visible minerals 1 F', ,,

.i Collected railroad tax on E. f:1: I. 4 962.51 District No. 11 ___________ 191.89 I, and per ot more than eighty '

"' fit.. J Amount deposited __________ $ 16.983.34"T $ 728.00 $ 728.00 District No. 12 ___________ 135.67 mm dollars\ ; also $b00,0oGmill )(

l Land sale _________________ 1085.43 Occupational License 1927 & 1928 District No. 13 O. D. $466.02 kl plant In first class condition
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District No. 15 O. D. 285.47
,. "IError '(1 Insolvent report _____ 3.427.39 State CountyNos. 111 ded, with more than thirty
District No. 16 ___________ 402.56 jo, -
1 to 222 _____________'_$ 1382.75 $ 772.88 mil dollars
"j 1 n of orders on file
\ $ 21.496.16 $ 21496.16 District No. 17 _-__________ 23.12 ... ... I
Amount Deposited _ ______ 1382.75 772.88
fro ran I .nufacturers wGrth
County District No. 18 O. D ______ 1186.54 bll- '
Occupational License 1928 & 1929 To Jan. 8 '
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t 1929)
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pr'w; /-i Amount charged ____________$131.782:62 State County Sub School Bond Districts ; I les perfect Discount 25 '
E. (1 I. R. R. _______ 2,061.00 Dist. No. 6 in Bank of Starke Oct. 31 1929 _____$ 9,303.77Dist. per 0' or $50,000.00. price net ''
.... Nos. 1 to 145 ______-_______$ 842.50 $ 496.25 ''(
No. 3 in Bank of Starke Oct; 31 1929 ____1:
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%. "K+r Collected E. (1 I. Report ______ 53.20 Amount Deposited _ _______ 842.50 496.25 1401.55 cash? : 0,000.00, complete detalle -
, Over _ ____ .16 Dist. No. 18 in Bank of Starke. Oct. 31, 1929 ____ 565.16 '
f;( _------------ License es and
\ Occupational January 8 1929 October 1 1929 reports I
to available.
, Amount Deposited __________ $105',537.52jE Dist. No. 3 in Bradford Co. Bank Oct. 31, 1929__ 16,655.81 ;
>(1 I. 21556.37 State County The Bank of Starke and the Bradford County Bank are the Pijlc utilities; complete water, ,
: Report Nos. 146 256__ 720.25
$
-------r----- to $ 386.65
,Land Sale _ ______________ .803.09..rn depositories for the Bradford County School Funds and as such poweind light plants and sys- I
_ __ 720.25
Deposited $405.05 have accounted for all funds
entrusted to their care. They have ,'will i
Overpaid _ __ 18.40 accommodate about '
furnished bonds with the
133896.98 $133.896.98 Comptroller in the amount of $15,000 '
elgh 'thousand t
users-originalteme
f Sub School Districts each. I

y:: Amount charged ____________$ 21,460,19Collected ... $ 405.05 $405.05 General School Indebtedness cost 'lice about eight years ago 4

., ; E. (1 I. R. R. _______ 1666.67 Occupational, License 1929 & 1930 Note dated 5 mon than 450000.00; now .
August 1929 payable six months after
''Collected, ______ 45.70 State County den: god '
E, (1 I. Report Nos. I date to Bank bf Starke __________.,:_______1: $3,500.00 titles want borrow
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$ 22.998.15 to ___________$ 796.00 $ 398.00
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r Deposited $10' 10.00, will 8
; Note October 8 1929 pay cent
six
; payable months after date per
____________ 4717.05 Deposited _ _____________ 796.00Respectfully 398.00
E. (1 I. Report submitted Bank of Starke _____, ____________________ 6000.00 and bus, ot $$25,000 or will
Land Sale ________________ 1422.05 Note 2
-- September 1929 payable six months after sacr (kvor ""
IIii, ,, Short _ ________________ 35.31, John W Williams, cash or consider trade
1 Assistant State Auditor date Bradford County Bank _______________ 4,000.00 as Jiol lear. .

r $ 29.172.56 $ 29172.56 County Judge School Bonds and Bond Issues Tim I !,, and Mineral lands. 15- {.

i..10.' Sub School Bonds December, 1929 District 18 issued on July 1 1926 2500000. 6 000 ner \eiy desirably located

t, Amount charged ____________$ 10.432.53 lion W. S. Murrow per cent interest bearing bonds payable series 1927to rloi
now all
," Collected E. (1 I. R. R. ______ 3.972.62 State Auditor 1952. Amount paid __________________ $ 3000.00 encumbrances good .

Collected E. s4 I. Report _._____ 103.07' Tallahassee Florida. Outstanding _ ___._____________________ 22000.00 title, trso ror large Improved

Over _ _____________-__ 44.40 Dear Sir: District No. 6 issued on January 1914 11000.00, 6 percent prop 'I'tl assume some encumbrances 111 f

"!}$Amount Deposited ________..,.. $ 11900.70 Pursuant to instructions I have made an examination of.the interest bearing bonds payable in 30 years. All outstanding. ,' if! clear would pay some ',' '

;'c113. t I. Report ____________ 2,064.20 accounts and records of Hon. George A. Gardiner, County Judgeof District No. 6, second issue August 1 I. 1928,- $20,000.00. cash dl rence. < 1'

':. Land Sale _ ______________ 587.72 Bradford County from November 1 1. 1927 to October 31, 5 1.2 per cent interest bearing bonds payable series 1931 to 1950. Prove o.l: properties In three J'

di' 1' 1929. All outstanding.' differentiates and fields clear, ,

. t//;: 1, $ 14552.62 $ 14,552.621 He keeps the usual records pertaining to his office District No. 3, issued on October 1, 1913 $30,000 will leal or trade production all t

: "; Tax Roll From November 1, 1928 to January 8, 1929 and he makes reports of convictions as required by law. He has 6 per cent interest bearing bonds payable in 20 around em .f I

rl+' Receipts Nos. 1 to Jl6 filed all monthly reports to October 31, 1929. I checked his years. Amount paid ---------------M___$ 4000.00

: State Judgment Dockets against report furnished the County Commis- Outstanding _ _________________________$ 26,000.00 32 Imoved farms and ranches J
located states, of
as many most .1
1 1 :f4':: ?mount charged _.__________$ 22,656.64 sioners and found them correctly kept. General school issued July 1. 1923 40000.00 them ctir ot encumbrances will /{'

", Deposited _ ____________ $ 2,694,94a He has accounted for all fishing and hunting licenses collected percent interest bearing bonds payable series of '
lease them
oirade all of
Balance Uncollected .._______ 19,961.70 by him since last audit making reports direct to Game and July 1924 to 1940. Amount paid ----______$ 12,000.00 any or prop"s

Fish Department at Tallahassee. Outstanding - ________________________$ 28,000.00The for Inri improved Income
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ertiesylng cash differences.Grov
/ __ $ 22.656.64 $ 22,656.64 Respectfully submitted following is a list of amounts transferred from Dis-

.t County John \V Williams. tricts to General School Fund; which amounts .according to record properties: Several hun- ,

I 1 Amount charged ________134553.27 Assistant State Auditor. have never been repaid: dred acs of hl, h-elasB: well b located -

"t" Deposited _ __-__________ $ 16,951.89 I District No. 18 -----i_-----_-________$1,500.00 andcared for citrus groves
Balance Uncollected f 117,601.38 Sheriff District No. 6 ______________________ 110.00 numbekl among which are some I j
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;t1 Dec. 5, 1929. District No. 1 ___-_________________ 190.00 of thenost famous grove prop-' l\ 1. :

'! i $134,553.27 $134,553.27 Hon. W. S. Murrow District No. 16' ______________.._____ 60.00 ertlesfc' the United States. Sell .I

'f'1 I Sub School Districts State Auditor, District No. 15 __..:______.-__-_?-__ 440.00 lease 0 trade all.. or any part of

r.. '+; Amount charged ____________$ 25.4.01 Tallahassee, Florida. District No. 12 ____________I-_:---- 280.00: them 1; J',

)"\11 1 ',(:; Deposited _,_, ____________ $ ,3.035.07 Dear Sir: / District No. 11 _________.-..___-____:____ 110.00 Troll" Island 'near"IIalama l : : IiGrouPlst"W1 Ii-
Pursuant to instructions I have made an examination of the District No. 10 __ _____ __ __.. _
4h;(,,'' Balance Uncollected _ ______ 22528.94 _- ::_ ____ 110.00 mainland of Cuba, I'
k accounts and records of \V. J. Epperson Sheriff of Bradford District No. 9 ___-_..:____..:._-' _____.! 50.00 key contafnlmr i r!
enUre' land or
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'f $ 25564.01 $ 25.564.01 County from November 1 1927 to October 31, 1929. District No. 7 ____________________._- "250.00 together '
80,000 acres ;
more t LD 1
; ", Sub School Bond He keeps the usual records pertaining to his office., but does District No. 2 -________________-' ___ 125.00 two hnndredmllllo
with >\roxlmately' I
.rf; Amount charged _ --------$ 12452.42 not comply with Section 2864 Compiled Laws of Florida, in The following amounts have ,been credited to' the General aj[meet merchantable timber

'l\ \,, Deposited _ ____________ $ 1,215.70 regard to making weekly remittances to the depository for fines School Fund which should have been credited .to the Bond and --muc mahogany, ideal sports- t

Balance Uncollected ___________ 11,236.72 and costs collected. Interest and Sinking Funds: man's lradlsu or Monte Carlo :
The following is a list of criminal cases wherein Sheriff W. District No. 3 ----------_____________$544.99 for cash or will\ II t
club sit' sacrifice
$ 12,452.42 $ 12,452.42, J. Epperson was responsible for collection of fines and costs in District No. 6 -----__________________ 814.67 titles. I
Guaranteed
J Tax Roll 1928, Charged to C. A. Knight unaccounted for convictions in the sum of $158.58, which he District No. 18 -________L:______-_____ 354.96 trade. I
;' State I paid into the depository November 30 1929. Respectfully submitted 2,000 100 acres oil and timber ,I t

i Amount charged ____________$ 19,961.70 Arthur Rosenberg ____________________$ 22.10 John W Williams. I lends. p rf ;ttitle;: located lower 4 h'

Collected E, ti I, Report 35.19 Retty Stokes __________________.:.t-____. 31.00 Assistant State Auditor. I California, Id Mexico, all one I

3.87 lIallie Thomas ______________________ 27.75: body. trade Ii or allY part I { ;
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:' Deposited $ 15.065.52 Hallie Thomas _____'_______________.__ 24.35 TI.AIV SCHEIIQL: Mount Dora New Cricket Tea ometblng eensatloual t
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Special Deposit 11,97E. Horace Tyson -__________________; ____ 21.05 Our new schedule goes Into elect -,Room recently opened to public in r y attractive from In-
Ingram AVlatlO'1
Is I, 2,769.75 Lem Goodwine -- .-- ,,.: ___ 32.33 building. Promises to
: Report + ------------ ,_ 12:01: a. m. Sunday Dec. 15th udpoint
Orlando
I Rolllna Art
Land Sale 2153.52 and trains will run as follows.No. Gallery urlda's largest Indlls- ,:
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1, southbound local due formely opened at 484 North Or- I'
$158.58 '
Aria be announc-
tries. readY to ,
$ 20,000.76 $ 20000.76 The following is a list of fines and cost bonds which Sheriff Starke, 10:14 p. m. ange Avenue. Ed.! 'Ve n o s the inside Infor a- I',
No. 11, southbound local due ,
Epperson holds
for
collection
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County Looks
Hon details
and I
Starke 11:13 a. m. .0 :lplete
W Amount charged __________$117.601.38 Roy Gaines October 1928 _________,____________$ 22.50 No. 3, southbound limited MI- better tb n good to u' 'r l '
Collected E. W I. Report :_:;_ -,202.36 L. C. Bryant July, 1929 ----____--_____________ 107.00 ami due Starke, 9:39: a. m. 'ipropertle

Error in E. W I. Report __...__ 67,00 .. Levy Alvarez August. 1929 ____________________ 185.55 107 southbound limited More ilia 200 other smaller i'

Over _ _____________-.; 43.23 Wilson Rush September. 1929 _________--____ 59.35 Tampa and St. Petersburg due '0 trade too small or

a Amount Deposited _ ______,. $ 89238.57 J. B. Rush. September. 1929 _____________ 124.35 Starke No.2.1:09 northbound p. m. local due too large fir, us to consider and

t Special Deposit _ ____...:_?__. 67.00 Con Parrish September 1929 ____________IZ1 58.47 Starke 4:50: a. m. match with our own properties.

:r ft, E. EJ I. Report ____________:.. I 16,165.84 J. F. Houser. September 1929 ___________.,_II: Z 7230 No. 12, northbound local due Details u apPllcatl0n and inspection -

''i<; Land, Sale _ ______________ 12442.56 J. C. Berry September 1929 __________ .III" 94.4! Starke, 3:55: p. m. T b, appointment of all or
Emma Murphy, October. 1929 ________IIIIIIIIII 37.4! No. 4. northbound limited due ::7 ad y our any part, d I) our properties. They A
7:12
Starke m.
..J? 117913.97 117913.97 .- No. 108 p.northbound limited will staqi'11]) and we Invite Inspec-

tK"| Sub School District $761.42 due Starke 5:45: p. m. 7o1ic yo tion. They are, worthy of your ser- .

Amount charged ----------S 22,528.94 Respectfully submitted. No. 192 northbound limited lous consideration.: .

t Amount collected E. W I. Report 39.10 John W. Williams. Washington and Beyond 6: 14 a. I,.r d....hr.r.w-.1.0 _....e6....,..load.ad .t.ar. We most always have several r

rift* Amount Deposited _ _______ $ 16.650.61 Assistant State Auditor. m. Htarke &:.Wannee Mart rU...I.....,. .has.....to _t krws high-class late model used cars on ;r
E. fcf I. _____________ al.r_ear M hwk
Report leave'
3.528.60 School Superintendent No. 101 Starke 7:00 a. .t,,, ddr '- .h?... JUGIQ' . hand as well as nice diamond
Land Sale _ ______________ .q.a.
2386.95 m., No. 102 arrives Starke 2:40: p. and that we tradeIn.
r- __ .........._ other 'Jewelry
December
,:f Short. 1.88 Hon. Mc. Murrow 5, 1929 m. dally except Sundays. II .... ..... Q.a, ,., ....- Rare opportunities and real
T. J. Griffin Agent. p-.-. .... 4.. a.... M r r1
State Auditor. loa r wp .... ..... .. ,.. bargains.
$ 22568.04 $ 22568.04 Tallahassee. Florida. .....-.-.... w. ... ....
j N Sub School Bond Dear Sir: Blue Boa LinNNrthbound8:19 J- r.ar '"':'- eW-- ];FLORIDA ETY CO. Jc I

'; Amount charged __________$ 11236.72 Pursuant a. m.. 1:58 Florida' oldest and strongest,
Collected E. B I. Report ______ 26.56 instructions I have made an examination of the p. m., 4:30 p. m.. 8:28 p. m., 5:10 HAROLD C. WALL "Home State", surety organisation. a .
accounts and :
records of .
Hon. H. B. a. m.Southbound4:37
Amount Deposited - ?.____? $ 7,593.72 tendent of public instruction of Bradford Wiggins retiring superin- *. m., 11:37a. INSURANCE Suites'1(tOt-6 Harvey uUdlnc. J j; '

;,.#,, E. W I, Report ---yr* . .T_._... 2589.44 ceeded by Hon. ,A. J. Griffis'on County who was suc- m4:07. m.,6:37: p. m..l1:150 Phone 6759'Weat Palm Beech 4/
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FRIDAY, JANUATIY 3, J03O BnADPOnn COUNTY TKLEanArn. STAIUCR. nORmA rAGE'l'ItREM'
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''e!_ the house, but was frightened 1 Florida salt water :........................ last Thursday. dlst church at Orange Creek were: ",i ii it
the woman's
away by pet dog I IEVN1f
BROOKER Mr. Morris Drown ot Vlllor wee Mr*. J. P. Sullivan, Mr. J. M. ..
News of Florida in Short Paragraphs Abe Tarapanl edited the Tarpon :
Maxwell Mrs Z. Drown Mr.
and;
visiting here last afternoon
Sunday -
Tallahassee -The Florida railroad Spring Tarponarlan of the Tarpon Miss Pearle Gnlney .
Mrs O. Hayne, Mrs P. D. hunt "
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Springs
commission will fight efforts I Rotary Club accordingto ........................ !Mr. and Mrs J. B. Arkley, and :,( "-(
being made by carriers to raise I Hem In Tarpon Springs; Leader. i Wo are all very clad\ that Miss O. L. Harlrson and family. They 1: "' '
; No doubt Abe took occasion to tell Mr. and Mrs A. F. RaulerRon Ceneva Mnrrell who )has been 111
i rates on watermelons from 5 to, reported a pleasant day. '
[ LIVE STATE NEWSTOLD I about the terrapin of Tarpon! and and( Mr. Hay Haulorson' of Jkee-( for several 1 months Is gaining tier" Mltut Ada NImmo was shopping: 'i
100 cent it announced
per was the Spongerlans of Saulrtorlum health back.!
chobee: spent last week here with\ In Starke last Saturday.
December 18 by A. S. Wells chairman all of which can be Been In the Aqua friendstnd relative! Rev. Norris. of Lacrosse passed A. L. Sullivan and son Othma.. i
Aquarium of the Solarium and hero last ,
through Sunday.Mr.
of the commission who
returned of ThereuBa
were the guests oC
this prevents the Tarponarlums Mrs Hilda Shriver and :Miss and Mrs. Ii. H. Couerly of Mr. Sullivan's au f'' f
from a meeting of representatives mother, Mrs J. P.
BY OUR EXCHANGES from getting the Harpoonartnn Lois Gainey spent Christ maa, day Okeecfiobee! in visiting her mother Sullivan last '
of carriers in ..Atlanta.Ga. with friends and relatives In Jack Mrs. Mott. Sunday. .1'- 4 r'" ', ,

----,-,,_._------"--"---"-"_.:-' ., when the proposed increase in It Is reported thai (here la a !sonville.! Mr. and, Mrs. S. 1Mott( are file residence Rev., F. In M. Taylor Is having his 111.1& ;\ ,

1\lIaml-Thousllnds of residentsand rates was discussed! Short haul shortage of fruit In New York this !Mr. and Mrs. Ford of Clarke parents of a new born son, on Dec the eastern part oftown u.$1 t'i';
Jacksonville Being arrested rates on melons: will! be increase repaired and repainted. ,I
season. As to whether this 'e- were visiting hero lust Thuiuduyuklit. < 29. 22.G*
visitors spent a part ot Christmas The bungalow belonging to Rev. ': I : set: if
day on local beaches, many,of means almost nothing at all to 75 to( 100 per cent, the chairman fore to citrus or not the article Mr. ('. C. Melvin and \Mr.\ II. PGalney J. n. Ackley that is being erected :',' flit ,. ,

them taking dips In the Burt In William Toltltrer. At least that's sail, if the lI'hCJcll1h' of rates discussed does ont stole but all we ask of !Mr. and Mrs. Louis: Shriver attended were visiting In Gainesville on Church street, is'nearlng completion -
at Atlanta: U installed. Is (the rhow In '7alnes\'illc last
those folks not to make List
a Sunday.
song
swimming what Jacksonville '
the annual Christmas day police believe ra'te and will be occupied by .
Long haul increases range about the Thursday( night.
oranges as they did Mr. Grady Baxter Is ipendinft
novelty.. lie was arrested for his 36th time tho owner and! family. 6
from 5 per cent up he stated. when Mr. Orval Ward of North Carolina
they ran short on bananas a some time Wlldwood, where liN
here today, police reported. TollI- A> I. Gould and family of Sharps>
When the new rates are publishedby \ the week here with his I
few spent the
years ago.Congratulations working at present
headalmost >\
Jacksonville\ With his ver, said to be an Internationallyknown the railroads the commission: i were tho guests of !Mr. Goold'5father ,, "
mother Mrs T. P. Ward
11and\ Mrs. Willie Ward ot r
shot away, the body of : Frank Gould last wJ
confidence is Saturday;
man being will petition the interstate commerce to the various Mr. and Mrs. I. U. 15 more were Georgia spoilt last week hero with 1- /t33 ,, ,..
Ocorge McCann 21-year-old trap- held for New York officers, wherehe Mi and Mrs.\ Melumphy, (It '
commission to suspend them Florida, cities visit log in Alachua last Manias I Ima .
: who this season have ( friends and relatives.Mr
per, was found near the city zoo, Is said to be wanted on a forg- Hartford Conn., spent several 1<1, '.41 q,
the outskirts of Jacksonville until a hearing can be arranged recognized' the holiday Reason bv Mrs. A. F. KttulerHon and Misses and: Mrs. U. M. Galney who days here this week, 111.25 e.
on ery charge. He was arrested by -
Chairman Wells said. Florida Pearl and Vera Galney were visiting have been the (_ ISM .'
stringing colored lights acrorshe visiting In Georgia
found by .
today. The body was police here on information sup- Mr. and Mm. A, A. Futch and U'. I''''
ships approximately 5,000 carloads slreels and with Christmas In Lake Butler last Wednesday. week returned home last Saturday ''
whom Mc- Hying past! :
DowdY Simmons, with plied by detective agents of the daughter, Miss Lois, were the 1.- 1.41 "
of watermelons' annually to .
Cann lived police said. American Hallway! Express com- ChAlrmin\ trees and( other" decorntlons gl'en guests: of Mrs. Futch's slitter Mrs), : :.:, 4y
northern market. : Wells our winter visitors and home folks Mr. and Mrs. H.V. Urtunien Mw.\. Ozena: Godwin and Mrs.!! K. B. Watlerson.Mm. 15.54, .:
pany and is being held on a fugI- declared( In pointing\ out that the and ....
a real taste of the holiday spirit. daughter, Pauline of Lake Ollle Matheny were visiting In Duncan 13. It
of Lake Butler Is
stolen cars tive warrant. f'
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Pensacola-Twenty ,
} increased rates would '
v'l'.ily af- Duller!
!spent! Thursday hero ns GainesvilleMr.
tho of her Mr. .{ j ,
local authorities have guests parents, and \
recovered by fect this slate Rep. R. A. Green of the second guests of Mr. and Mrs. II. P. Da Wilt Godwin of Gainesville L. h ,,;
Mrs. .
sent to Atlanta, Oa., in Bonitay There arrived at A'Ylln. .lut "
b t been I Florida district has Introduced) a OaUiey.Mi spent the holidays here, with t "1'J" 1-
charge of officials of the Automo- Ponce de Leon one of the two cars Plant City The strawberry bill for the g. M.! Ilaxen Rev Dlxon of Jacksonville, pastor ." ,
establishment of a naval \ U. T. OMIeen I hl of the \
First Christian
church
Detective bureau. of pure-bred beet
cattle
bile Underwrites purchasedby movement has !slowed! down The stores Experiment station on and L. H. Waters were intending Mr. G. \V. and Fred, Hnzen und '

Tho automobiles werq stolen by I Dr. Brlnkman and 1>. Hugheson cold wave threw blankets of frost the Onceola National Forest In i to business In Starke last Thurs 1 MiH.. I'. Gnlney were attending this was week.making pastorlal visits her flRev. ,, t.

an alleged state-wide theft ring their recent trip to Tennessee. over fields which had not boon 17! .
Florida It provides for an nppropriatlon day. to business In Jacksonville( lutttM :
which has beep using. Pensacola, as Practically all of these were purrchased covered with I Montgomery of Waldo, w Jllj
mulch
other
or ma- of $50,000 for the erection Mr. J. B. Huns and Mr. L. ]Ii use ( IKlilVMi \
preach at the Methodist
by Holmes ( churchnext : :
a base. county breeders. terial. Comparatively very little and establishment of u'naval were vIoHltlng In ThereHsiL lust I'. lleunon\ of Georgia was attending i *
Sunday : and
morning evening.
The ; ,
exceptions were one exceptionally : -, of the acreage was protected, and stores' experiment Btatloti on thIs Thursday.Mr. ; to business here last week. Miss Rebut Maxwell\ the'ij ijwi.ekond C -
Lake City -- The second cooperative -, fine Angus bull, sold ns a result 1 bloom and .. spent
berrIes Wilson ..
young newly acquired fedutul forest lan.1II'uct. \ HUBS of Thcressn. --- 35.SI "."'
hog !sale! sponsored by the to( be one of the three hest for his suffered( severely. The frost with Mrs Clarence notJ4' <
spout) Wediiunday night here
Lake City chamber of commerce age In Tennessee, which went to ot Christmas an ..............A.....J... erts of Luke Butler. '. 5.1.
morning was! the first guest of his pnreiitu Mr. and<1 Mm "
J. W MoHcley and left! n.n
coun.l family
held here. The hogs sold J. It. Moody, Washington ; "
was time this
season that material A threatened suit to dissolve the Rues : HAMPTON
L than 25,000 poundsand ty, and : thin week for Campvllle where. SoU
weighed more one very fine pure-bred damage was done to the crop, but' North St. Lucie river drainage) district Mr nnd !Mrs Karl: Adkliu spent all.. Ads Nlmmn. (...... ,.. they will he permanently locatod.',
out of the gross weight around Hereford heifer that went to In this instance It is estimated that and In effect repiul'ato\ < Its obligations the week in Starke with friends: -

10.000'pounds brought pounds top .pricesof Samson Harp, ot Okaloosa county. 50 to 75 per cent of the unprotected was disapproved, confidence and relatives ........N..1ee.......... Plant--City--+. Construction ot, 1 11.14 U'ii11"/ .

$7.53 per hundred ( bloom and young berries In the board of supervisorswas Mr. H. P. Gulney and l A. L. Crosby Those who attended quarterly' 10-iin garbage disposal plant. n

St. Augustine The poetof lee were lost to the frost. The plants expressed the Smoot bill were vlslllng in Lake Duller district conference at the 1\I(>tllt1. here- progressing rapidly. '\U n.t I,.,1'......" '.
Roebuck building
Jacksonville Bears St. Augustine was constructed were not Injured. The result of the In iLa4 .
pending to
congress provide .,. .
r' and Company mall of order Chicago houses, one of In the Spanish In 1598 as a mansion for damage by frost will mean that the federal aid l In the refinancing of ,,;'v,' ;;; ,...t<'.iW :. .f:...:.: .:.,'".: .::.:' -:. -- :'.;.': ", .:: ,-:. ;("_ ::-. t.t.. ....:tj;t_ t't.q0t"!. '- .
the largest governor of Florida.It .
yield five or six weeks hence will drainage! ( districts was! pmiorsed. .
the world will put Its entire busl- had been standing nearly ten be much lighter than ,
under more and L. I. Carlton was re-elected 1"
neesorganlzation on the 13th years when Jamestown Virginia, favorable conditions. On the other as! member of the board of supervisors 11.""' , )

month calendar plan, beginning was founded; It was sixteen years hand( many growers welcomed at the nnnuul meeting of Real Winter Driving _..al... 1, "\\1",:'
1 to E. J. Otto old when the Dutch
January according built the first ."t, for the reason that they tho landowners of tho (district heldat
manager of the Jacksonville retail fort on Manhattan Island, and believe "UL, io",.
tint the
t : production would Ft." \ Pierce Saturday.The \ II' "
store more than twenty years old when have soon reached proportions us ....;.t,
-- ...
tt.ti ,
the -. .
Pilgrim fathers
set foot upon which would cause a glut of mar- Florida Glider Association 'Idl!

Tampa Francis Dixon, 14, Plymouth Rock. Elizabeth then kets. Of course, those who desired Is noting; Increasing interest In Safety at extra cost! ",
i died yesterday, the result of the was queen of England and Shakes- no '
I a killing frost got all that the orgunl.. only serious holiday accident here. peare was at the height of his career they wanted. "
Those who protected tho stale, according to It, V. Nolan 1.IIf' .:
lie was wounded accidentally by part or all of their plants Rnl 1 of Fernlndlna" who Is chairman ;, ,

a companion while hunting. Sur- -. 'bloom will of the lU :"
benefit becauseit recently organized
reap
removed small calibre bul- Gainesville In LIPPEUY pavements ahead! The days when "
a spite of
geons several "
is \
likely that the market will state body. The primary training -
'
let from his chest and thought he setbacks, crop yields In mid I ho rather strong right along until , glider, recently received( and ; S "Good brakes PLUS tires that slip EQUAL I'
dIe IUa'
would recover, but the wound was north and west Florida will s ,
the peak of the season( in Feb- set up by the Fernnndlna Glider
said to have been too near the be better this year than in 1D28 NO brakes."
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1
,
ruary or March. It is estimated dub, has been Inspecting"' a number -
heart. No arrests were made.Fort.I.lluclerdaleHarvey according to estimates!! of the Unit 1 % ..... Jr
a that not,over 10 per cent of the of purtiea and Individual from yv .. 5.U'' ,,111r"
ed States department\ '
of agricul- acreage *us protected! in any way, out of town, during the last few u"ii. :

Fire ture. Among the crops showing and In Home cases plants which day Mr. Nolan nays t that the t Look at your treads-NOW! If they're 'Vorn .... .

stone believes synthetic rubber extracted increases are corn cotton, sweet I were covered, suffered some dam- state organization is In receipt; of .
from goldenrod will be a potatoes peanuts' and tobacco. smooth or have nothing but slippery ribs ('sled.iI 14.11
age, due to the straw having been corraspondenco from Interested ....
commercialized product" In "thenot. The cotton production for the wet by ralu the previous day, and groups and Individuals in Palm )' 1 runners") down the center, sell us the mileage left "..U'f'
distant future. The rubber state will be around
30,000 bales the straw frosted through to tho Borh, Tampa, Miami, Orlando
ttr manufacturer, who is making a for this season. Other figures gIven plants and bloom. and, Jacksonville, making: Inquiries. \ t in them nnd let us put on new Goodyear All. 13.29Is

r tour of the Florida east coast Intimated are corn, 8,976,060 bushels: Weathers. ,

here yesterday that Thos.A. oats, 174,000 bushels, hay, 68,000 JfST IV .IVISHIVU 'a..,

Edison "is elated over the progress tons; potatoes (Irish) 2,714,000 Whita Thomas A i I'M'sou!' has! n NVlicu You Tn lie 11.15w

t of his experiments In extract- bushels; potatoes (sweet), 3,190- (By II. J. Holly) been coming lo Fort. Myers for Turns or Curves More than 20 years'have proved the Goodyear Ail- 2.55 t
rubber from goldenrod" at his 000 bushels
ing ; !!
sugar cane syrup, 1- The below zero weather In the more than forty years the coming 15.31'

experiment station at Fort Myers.\ 710,000 gallons; tobacco, 11,070, northern stales and almont freezing Chrl8tman will ho the first!: time he -the sJiarp-cdged diaIVerdher: to lie the world's safest and best non-

000 pounds, and peanuts, 24,000- weather in of tho mond blocks on tho 1 ,
some southern and )Mrs !KdlHon; havo spent In
Fort Lauderdale A 15-day 000 pounds. states Is plnylng hob with the Florida. Whether he will take the SIDES of the Goodyear skid tread. I. '

racing meet at Pompano track Med( Fly If the weather man In day off to celebrate, or spend It r All-Weather Tread take I 'fjl i;

near here has been announced to Fort Lauderdale Approximately not careful there will be no need working In the laboratory can-lot: holl! to prevent side- 10.1
1 by II. C. Monroe $28,7BO worth Yet no premium for this protection. In .y
"t start January of home of more appropriations. be foretold, an he may dccldu( I ha'' skidding you pay
of the DrowardHorsemen's brew at CTTrrent!
secretary retail, prices was
i slnco under 1.I1If
experiment fact
way now Goodyeara are lower-priced than in anyprevious
club of the seized by ,
sponsors prohibition agents Tallahassee should bo content Christmas eve connot be postponed i !!;

program. Previous difficulties working under Chief C. 11. Parks, wl\h their big show) every two until Hie day after Christmas for'' : winter. Their quality Is the highest in :-

which prevented the opening near Floranada, late today, In uncovering years) and not try to stop the horse completion.The :f
( tire and each tire carries
Christmas day have been 'Ironed one of the largest distill- and l dog races In the lower peninsula 'I history .a GUARANTEEFOR l-

out Monroe said, and already the ing plants ever found In South in the winter season Don't progress being/ mode InNorth f I-,' LIFE against any and all defects-The Guarantee lLI

Say bang tails\ are beginning to arriveat Florida. Chief Parks and his be BO Kberhard on the tourists and West Florida In Improving .

the Pompano stables men seized 10,800 gallons of brew, who want recreation. tile native rattle pointsout I C I': of the World's Largest Rubber Company. \ nj.,

-, which would make .
approximately ,,1 in a most vivid manner what : 1 14.T14.lt<
Perry Walter O'Qulnn was 115,200 bottles ready for retail Holders of Florida municipal\ I tick eradication will mean to I i

the victim of a holiday hunting accident ing. lie also took an 800-gallon bonds wll! have to make Home adjustments I val county which Is preparing N,, ; *,
III
near here, but hi* injurywas cypress still and 25 gallons of In principal and( Interest to start this work March 1. a DU-I ,.'"

not fatal. When O'QuInn moonshine, halting operations ofa If they expect lo keep said bonds ID"nt by eradication leaders rtl' @ EAii; tt.11

crawled through a wire fence witha plant capable of manufacturing: on the "live list." Buyers of bonds serted./ By reviewing what has ;

number Of companions he pull 100 gallons; of whiskey dally, ha gambled on futures and must suffer been done in the areas which havo, I .. + 4, III

ed his shotgun through behind declared. Operator of the dIstil- some Ions "even II"*yon and I," completed the work, catlln own I Wlicn You Apply ALL-WEATHER 'rREADS SM

him. The weapon was discharged lery were absent when the raid era will be able to look forward to 211214th

e the full load of the shot passing was made and no arrests were Our thanks Is dun to congressfor starting tick eradication\ with enthusiasm -I' Drakes on /

through one of his hands. made. cutting off one hundred and !: and with their minds Slippery Pavement 10.11

-- sixty millions from the income made up to give the state livestock Exchange.: J Your Smooth I : or IJ.It,
Perry The Live Oak, Perry Jacksonville After '--the deep-cut
,
hearing taxes. Just where It is cut and( sanitary board and the fed sharp-
and Gulf railway will soon com- arguments on the Florida "pedllerll" how makes no difference )K means eral government, 'conducting the ': pointed sharp-edited diamond ;
1*
I Tread Tires forTheir 14
mence the shipment of many carloads < licence. law, Circuit Judge the saving of at leant one cent on work their whole-hearted cooperation blocks" 'DOWNTHE Slippery '

of lumber via their Foley George Glbbx yesterday directed the Christmas CENTER dig fl.tt,.
turkey that we Intended and plan to( take steps, as in 'f'
spur and thence along the main an Injunction to restrain the Nassau to purchase In the prosperous noon as the urea is freed of licks, t: and take hold. Only/ in Full Mileage Value '.

line to connections, with other railroads county tax: collector and the year of 1930. to Improve the native cattle, both Goodyear All-Wen.thera

\ as the result of the beginning mate comptroller from assessing! a beef and dairy types!, by the use of do you jet this CENTER M.14 ,

of operations at the huge 950 license against! the Selbold Florida. Democrats are Interested purebred bull". Ir. was staled TRACTION.

Brooks-Scanlon mill. The'' plant Baking company of Jacksonville\ In the proceedings of the state 51.51$12i

has a capacity of 215,000 feet of tot delivering bread In Nassau committee In Alabama V'liq have The federal form board has announced -

lumber per day, providing work county. The law requires baking promulgated an edict that Hoove' that representatives of !.. .. 111 4

for hundreds of employes. companies and certain1 other Democrats cannot take part in the varloun co-operative organizations 'N
,
classes of manufacturers to pay a primaries as candidates. If Florida handling fruits and vegetables / PATHFINDER ? 41,11j 54.46'It.
TIRES; IWFECTIVE :
NEW PRICKS ON ,
jt Orlando -* Lake county officers special license of ?50 for delivering Democrats are sensible they have been Invited Washington\ / .. .,

today were seeking clues that their products for retail sale will Invite all kinds of Democratsto January 14, for a conference with OCTOIIER 13, 1929 -- .!,.I.

might lead to the Identification of In another county. The Selbold come back into the fold and occupy the board to discuss the questionof
''
5'a partially' decomposed body of a company pays its regular state and their ;accustomed place. at the "how to proceed In making effective t Balloon High Pressure j- 1.1t
man discovered yesterday In a remote county license In Duval
county pie counter-if any. to the fruit and vegetable ./IN,
section. Theories of murder Judge Gibbs .
ruled that the bakIng Industries of the United Stales the 2'Jxl.fO ______."_ $ 5.5H) 30x<) 3 1.2 reff.____ 4 5.03

advanced because almost the entire company was not peddling Florida folks for the past days benefit of the Agricultural Marketing 2!>xl.5D) ____ __ ._? 0.68 ::10,31.2 oversize- 5.19 ._ its. ,

skull was gone, only a portion[ bread In Nassau county but was have been reaching far an over < Act." The letter calling 30x1.50 ________ 6.: :* :31x1 _u______ __ 9.05 .,_ JUl'

of the Jaw bone remaining. The merely delivering It. coat Instead of a sweet-le. One the,meeting, which was signed by 30x1.75 ________ 8.15! 32x1 ___ _______ 9.75

.exposed day It Is summer and the next dayIt C. C. Teague and Charles S. Wilson 29x5.00 ________ 8.5K 33x1 _______.._ 10.35 ., rM, .
Tallahassee Stirred by the Is winter and if it keeps up this members of the Federil Farm :30x5.00 8.75: :32x1 1.2 13.65 It.1t.
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.;i clad In pin check trousers. Buzzards mlsreatment at Happy Hill, Fla., game of hide and( seek the ground- Board representing fruits and "When You 30x5.25 -__-_--_-_-__--_ 9.9)1 :33x1: 1-2 _-____-u 11.15 11.4.,

clrcllng-over the spot led to of a young white woman by an hog will have to keep on his red vegetables), emphasized that It Is "Get In Deep" 31x5.25 _____ ____ 10.3.; : 31x1 1-2 _____ __ 11.79 12.5s

the discovery of the body by a unidentified negro many citizensIn flannel underwear for several the opinion\ 0: the board this "can :32x6.00 13.75: :10x511. I). 8 ply ._ 20.65 ..,,..1'.

party of campers.ChlpleyWhen. the southeastern section of weeks longer. Looks like the only be done by creating/ national -the :loczeoe80TH 32x6.50 --------- 15.60( 32x6 II. 1) 10 ply. 36.25 r s
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county were reported In weather man Is trying to give our co-op ratfve salesTallahassee orttn'allrn'l.: mond ,

two young men arms tonight in learch of the attacker winter visitors real Christmas SIDES combine with

r t asked Deputy Sheriff Dan Brock The woman, about 19 weather. and West Florida\: those down the center of ,

for a ride near here, the hitch- years old, wife of a sawmill operator will be Included ID the Itinerary ofa the tread to take hold and b

hikers were requesting a favor of was struck over the head And now the wise crackers, who state wide Inspection tour of

the man who bad been sent to with a stick then bound up, when have been talking about Florida Florida highways In October 1930: pull you o tUBitch's

bring them to Justice. The deputy when she came upon the negro selling; water In the subdivisionscan by a group of more than 100 representative .l

thought he recognized the youths.So In the bedroom of her home last get a kick out of the news of foreign countriesas

be granted them the faror. Out night after a visit to her mother's Item about a Chicago aquarium guests of the highway Education Station

Instead of continuing to Bonifay home nearby. The negro la then shipping salt water from the Florida ! Board. Service

Brock reversed his course and said to.have been frightened away keys to the Windy City. We .-t.-

came to Chlpley. where shortly by the approach of the woman's always knew our Florida lands Jacksonville Beach -. Construction :

before the men had entered, a husband. The negro who had were valuable--now It l la the salt started on State Highway (

store and taken ,merchandise valued gained entrance to the house thru water. Aside from the salt water i 78 connecting this place with N'I Starke Florida 1 t

at $40. The deputy found the an open window'had made his. for the Chicago* aquarium millionsof ano Beach, off St. Augustine, a

loot from the store In the youth, second visit to the place In two northern folk will discover that i link In Atlantic Coastal Jllghry: I 4, itNa

possession. days. The day before be came to., there; 1* lone life and health in system, 'ailIMhlhtrS' ..4.1".1

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11' TELKQRAPn STAUKR, FLORIDA ,. FRIDAY. JAXfAUV. 10.10.:
BRADFORD COUNTY .. ,
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_.,- 7. Have the flame oG
-------- and Mrs. N. Sternberg, Mr. and Florida Can painted the y ror city
Democratic Chairman on roofs of several
Mrs. S. L. Peek, Mr. and Mrs. H. ,
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large
buildings .
la town,
using let-
C. Wall and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Be Greatest
ters 10 feet hlgh..to<
oCetv Wilson Explains Primary LawDemocratic arrow pointing to the airport and ,

3 Aviation State I another pointing north .

C. K, WATCH PARTY 8.Vhen this Is done send
de.
State Chairman II. Florida! that its candidates for all i tailed
information
Tacec The Senior Christian Endeavor H. Well has issued the following elective offices to be voted for in (Florida State Chamber of Com ment of commerce to the depart.

DC, -- Society gave a New Year's Eve statement relative to the present the next general election must be .II). rce.) r Branch, Washington, Aeronautics
XVKDSIK. ; ) time attended the Bradford County selected in the June primary and D. C., and
MINE "JltnISIWI'KS party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. primary law: also to the Florida State
_ J. FUANK rAllPKXTKK: : High School. Robert F. Clark on Walnut street "Any political party which poll- not otherwise. There must be a Why? Potential InternationalAir of Commerce.Do Chamber

fat AT QCIKT: CiUK.MO.\V: :; : The marriage was solmenlzed in Tuesday evening. Games and con- ed more than 30 per cent of the primary called by its state executive Metropolis!, due to close proximity Your Bit: Let's

the home of the bride's parents at tests were enjoyed until a late entire vote cast In the state for its committee!} composed' cf m"ii- to South, and Central American the greatest aviation MAKE this
19 Hal ford on Monday afternoon at each and Its and sources of supplyin state In the
candidates
In the presence only of relatives hour when a dainty fruit salad candidates for presidential electors hers from county markets I Union. It can be done. IT SHALL
1\. two o'clock. voted for placed before the people. the U. S. Ideal climate-year
,. and a few intimate friends the service course was served. The guests or any other officer BE] DONE. I
wedding of Miss Virginia Weeks Tho Impressive ring then adjourned to the PresbyterIan throughout the state, is declaredto "Some of the reasons why the round shortllne-ideal for seaplanes I, .

ha to Mr. J. Frank Carpenter was solemnized was performed by the Reverend manse where an half-hour be a political party within the Democratic party placed Its approval numerous lakes, Ideal for Tampa ---
Thomas Hansen, assistant pastorof and asked the legislature lakes, level terrain $760.000 bond issue
to at the home of the bride'sparents watch night service was held. meaning; of the present primarylaw on planes, numerous approved to
last Friday afternoon at the Main Street Baptist Churchof About thirty-five guests were In- and shall nominate Its candi- for the presen law providing; no mouJl talns,'near sea level struction of provide funds for con 4

leCTa/ 4:80: o'clock. Rev. J. T. Guy performed Jacksonville, in the presence. vited to attend this affair from the dates for all elective officers to be for two primaries, in place of the best air conditions, progressive !seaplane airport combination here. land and

the ring'ceremony. only of the immediate families.A home society and those of neigh- voted for In the next eisuing general second choice system, are (a) a people, healthful and economical

The living room and dining lacy green archway' of bam- boring towns election under the provisionsof majority and not a minority of the living conditions.

teat room,'Of this homo were opened en boo and fern formed an effective for the primary law and net other- Democrats participating In the pri- However, more landing fields Women Suffering

II ha1.i suite and were decorated with background In the living room wise. The numerical strength of apolitical mary will select the party candi- for land planes are necessary to

feathery bamboo and fern. An the ceremony. Rose colored gladioli ........................ party determines whether dates for elective officers, (b) It bring about rapid development.Due .

i: $6.-improvised altar was formed of and cyclomen with white narcissuses or not such party shall be governed will Insure the nomination and to the vast acreage In pine Bladder IrritationIf

greenery; floor baskets of narcissuses were used In decoratingthe : LAWTEYMr. : by the primary law. The election of the best type of citizen- and swamps, there are many por- ( functional Bladder Irritation

140Ani: and tall silver candelabrawith entire house. .NNN.N.NN.N.Ni result of the general election held ship in the state and counties for tions of Florida where a forced disturbs your sleeps, or causes

y', --- white tapers were placed I The bride was becomingly gown- November 5,. 1928,.,disclosed two the reason the party, in the ma landing would result in serious Burning or Itching Sensation,

*y I' about the rooms.Preceding ed In a charming frock of dark Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Lewis hadas 'political parties in FlorIda-the jority, wll' not put WI approval\ on damage to both plane and occu- Backache, Leg Pains, or muscular

': the ceremony Mrs. A. blue georgette shirred at. the their holiday guests her father Democratic and Republican."The men of doubtful ability and ques- pants. This would, of course, be aches, making you feel tired depressed

'" !: Z. AdkIns sang 0 Promise Me accompanied waist, which accentuated the hIgh- Mr. J. B. Gourley and sister, state executive committee tionable Integrity who are unfit as detrimental to the progress of and discouraged, why not
Brownof I er line. The graceful circular Miss Louise Gourley and two ( ) the rule of the ma- in the state.
t by Mrs. It. C. shall,consist of one member from officers c aviation development try the Cystex 48'' Hour 'Test
Cc skirt fell in pointed flares, formingan brothers John and Paul, all of
,
wedding ma.- l1 jority is the medium through The air-traveller is not com-
Tampa. The each county In the state, the congressional Don't give up. Get Cystex today.,
An} rendered by Mrs. Brown was from' irregular hem line. An ecru Tennessee, also Misses Prescbtt committee shall consistof which Democratic principles may fortable when he cannot see an Put It to the test. See for yourself All.j

ili.' Lohengrin and during the service collar of flue'lace' was finished on and Anderson. This was the first one member from, each countyin be promoted (d) it leaves the responsibility available landing field. On the how quickly it works and

; !: Lat' she softly played To A Wild Rose. the shoulder with a bridal rosebudsand boutonniere trip to Florida and they were very the congressional: district, and In Democracy with the other hand, there is a warm spot I what it does. Money back If tt

Err Mrs. J. R. Boring, Jr., of Gaines-I of pink radiance much Impressed by the wonderful the county executive committee people where it belong. (e) it will In his heart for the town or city doesn't bring quick improvement,

1'1 ville, the bride's only attendant, lilies of the valley.A climate. While here they visitedSt. shall consist of one member from I discharge political manipulatorswho that is well marked and has an I and satisfy you completely. Try
't.r 't. model of gold delicious Ice course was Augustine, Silver SprIngs'and could be successful with minority field. Even
entered wearing a each election ,precinct within the a adequate landing tbo. Cystex today. Only 60c. CorpenIng' ,
taffeta combined with tulle. She ed following the ceremony. serv-1 Christmas day with Mr. and Mrs. county. The members of these vote, but have small he doesn't land on your field, he Drug Store.

,. i 1:> carried pink radiance.roses. Immediately afterward Mr. Lewis they spent In Leesburg with shall be elected each chances with a majority vote of will not fail to talk favorably of

,, A rrj:; The bride, who was given in Mrs. Brand left by motor Mrs. James Nesbitt another daughter committees The committees and the people, (f) It decreases the your town or city. The same thing
two
.' ",.;":'Col''eCol', ( marriage by her father, was lovely Myers where they will make their of Mr. Gourley. years. vested with the necessity for the corrupt expenditure applies to the state that is well
officers
are > powers
4I' In a gown of white satin crepe home. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Thede accompanIed usually exercised by s'jch com of money In a campaign, if supplied with airports. This is Rent Cheap
"
i OV .' fashioned on modish lines. Her Mrs. Brand's chic travelling ensemble cos-of by their two children and mittees. In the event of no elec- not the first the second primary conducive of more air traffic, Keep the land im-
tume a sport Gullda MarIe and Richard
was
fashion, was will eliminate the undesirables will
1 veil, arranged cap which without question bring
rA committeemen of
or
tion of a vacancy -
,! formed train dark blue) and purple plaid. Her Jim Moore and Mary Edwards left the voters will understandwhat proved '
I! > most becoming and a from other (g) about beneficial results to all concerned -
Lfc E.];' of tulle and lace sprayed with lilies becoming hat was of orchid early Sunday morning for a visit In occurlng executive any they are doing and the 'results When demand comes,
county com-
French felt with gloves and accessories with Elder and Mrs. J. O. Jami- cause any
La
of the valley. Her bouquet was of the election will be cor- Your Can the is
to match. mittee, the chairman of the state City lIelpHere'sHow price too high,
son In Wabasso. The young folks
of white carnations. She was met re-tly! tabulated without great difficulty -
The bride Is well known In this executive conmiitti'e bus the poworto : 1. Select a site where at then all
at,the altar by the groom accom'< will remain for several days. Mr. and (h) it will encouragethe we move to
I41 flll such by appoint- least two runways, 2500 feet in
vacancy
: section. After leaving here she and Mrs. Thede returning home
panted by bis brother, Powell Carpenter Democrats to register, pay less desirable

\, graduated from the Gainesville ment, and all vacancies on the length are available (either L property
Monday morning. "
Am dr An, informal reception follow High School and afterward attended Mr and Mrs G. W. Roberts and state and congressional commIt- their poll tax and vote!., shaped or preferably square.) so on until you J

I Cola ed the The guests the Florida State College for daughter Patsy Lee and,Mlss Lou- tees must be filled by the respective 2. Lease or buy it. are out of the neigh-
ceremony. committees, which Indian''RIver Hotel -I 3. Clear it of stumps, trees,
county
received the bride's aunts, Women. Since then she has lived ise Thede left early Christmas Rockledge r -
by borhood.
'ColDe were In Jacksonville. for DeLand to the takes the management of the affairs being extensively Improved and holes and other hazards.
morning spend
Mrs. S. T. Dell of Gainesville and *
Mr. Brand formerly of Lafayette of any political party back to redecorated. I 4. Mark It with a white circle,
day. Miss Thede will remain with
Mrs. J. M. Brownlee. Dainty refreshments -
v 9 ? served; by Misses Ind., has been a member of Miss Leulla Tatum through the the people. I Cocoa New home of Lodgeof 100 feet in diameter, 'having a G. M. Inman
were
I L.an raj> Canova, the firm Brand and Vlntera Refrigeration holidays. "There is three week* between Elks formally dedicated recently. 4 foot band.
Hazel Middleton Mary
the first and second primary. The 5. Put up a wind indicator.
Service Co., of Jacksonville Miss Blanche I
f M ShoP Ruth Sternberg Lucille Mitchell Burney spent several -
r'and Elise Jones of Gainesville. but ID now connected with days in Jacksonville with her first primary election shall bo held Dade City Hall and Helms- 6. Make some arrangements Starke, Fla. I t

Immediately following the cere- the Florida Light and Power Co., grandparents Elder and Mrs. II. V. on the first Tuesday after the Hi'at I Barber Shop moved to Coleman whereby gas, oil and transportation -

at Ft. Myers.TWKVTIKTH. :Monday In June, and if ro! nomination building. to town are available.
1 ,,mony Tile couple left In their car Skipper. Mrs. Burney went up I U made by law u.____.._n ._ ,
as provided -- --- - -- --- --- ------- -- -- -- ---- - -- -- ------
for Wln ton-Salem, N. C., where Sunday and spent the day.
: : ('IdNTL'ltY: for| thero shall IP a second primary
Am"iAmf the groom will be connected with Mr. Robinson, salesman
('(,('n SIKKTMMr. : : \ in election held on the fourth Tuesday
+,N Col the Wlnston-Salem Journal. Cumberland( Liberty Mills was
after the first Monday in June.
)
The brlde's.travelling dress was Lawtey Tuesday. I
ColOve
an ensemble't>f navy flat I crepe em- and Mrs. J. W Andrews, !Mr.\ Graydon Jones of Ft. Myers\ "During the 1929 session of the Farming Implements

broidered with over blouse of Jr., were host and hostess to mem Is visiting relatives in Lawtey for Florida Legislature; as Demo- i
cratic'state chairman, I held a
"beige georgette and lace. Her hat hers of the Twentieth Century the holidays.
number of conferences with the
;, was of gold lace with veil and accessories Clul Friday evening at their El. E. Burney and G. A. Anderson ,
Republican( state chaiinian% and hilt
Lan ': In beige. home on Madison street. I were transacting business in
,
Mrs. Carpenter, an attractive Four tables for auction bridge Starke Monday. representatives Both parties

member of Starke's younger set, wete arranged(" In the living room, Mr. and Mrs. Rlscoe Sapp and agreed on the provisions( relativeto The I. H. C. Line
( the actual' oppQAt!pU of tie
present
Iii a graduate of the Bradford which was attractively decoratedIn children of Miami are visiting her
p
law. In
primary line with the
County High School and later at- !keeping with the season. One parents Mr and Mrs S. H.
I provisions of the law I
present
tended the Florida State ,Collegefor feature of the evenings' amusement Thompson of Woodlawn.Mr. .
% dDep Women at Tallahassee.Mr. > being a large Christmas tree and Mrs. H. Reed and baby have appointed In cases of vacancies

Carpenter la also a graduateof from which each guest received returned home Sunday, night from on. the several county Democratic
executive comintt.-3" some De mitt Jones
the Bradford .County High a gift South Carolina where they spent C.
School and attended the University At the conclusion of the play the holidays with her parents. six or seven hundred members so

Bal of Florida for some time. prizes were awarded lo Mr. J. J. Mr. Marcus Brown of Tampa, that these committees! may select,

Since then. he has been in business Truby ,and Mrs. F. F. Stump, spent Christmas with his parents, in cases of vacancies, members of

in Asheville, N. C., and also In thin I; holders of high score and to Mr. I>r. and Mrs O. W Brown the state committee."As Hardware

r.Am city. and, Mrs. S. L. Peek holders. of Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Carradlne Democratic State ChairmanI
now give notice to our enemy,
low have moved the Brown home.

The hostess served her guests Mr, A. A Grime who has been I I the Republican political party In .
; 'MUS. TOIKI AND !MUM.MI.NKU .
'- with a delicious salad course. I located at Tallahassee for several' -- LII iNi- 0 Lpl -
Y u : K\TEIITAI\ Those enjoying Mr. and Mrs. months has returned back to Law #11\IIWI\\W\.w'i'I/I\', \\ ,\'. '! ':/Ill',''UNlIiIIINNINI/1/IIIIIiIl1/lIH/HInIII/IIrIIm/llllill l // '/ / / / ,'I::NlI.wllllmUmWIIIWNlmNIIJrlI/IIIMII'IJniIWUiNIWNII"'iIIil. I I i I : :;;:, I, / ) :i ::; ;l : :,'::l l I:::,':,:| ":',' II IIHItMl: tl::Ijll:IIIHIlm lllllll! : i;
JNKW YIIAIl'H' WAY
t tI'
'L ;
' ; Andrews' I and holds
t hospitality were: Mr. tey a position as drug-
and Mrs. O. L. gist in the Lawtey Drug Store.
YAAA The W. T. Weeks Chapter, U. Beasley, Mr and ,
D. C., was graciously entertainedon Mrs S. L. Peek, Mr. and Mrs. F. Mrs. E. L. Biggs and son, ,Bob-

New Year's day liy Mrs. W. J:. Jo'. Stump Mr. and Mrs. N. Stern- by, of Starke, were visiting relatives -

Torode and Mrs. Mme Miner, at berg Dr. 'and Mrs E. L. Biggs; here Tuesday.Mr. .
'the home Mr, and Mrs. G. M. Inman Mr. B. Boggs of Clemson. S. C.
of the former iu Law-
Dep 'toy. and Mrs. J. C. Robinson and Mr.J. Is located in Lawtey now, being
Balafr J. third trick for the Seaboard A Business Cannot
./ Mrs. A .M, Darby, president, Truby. operator

,4e presided over the meeting, and after -
Rt IHNNKH: ItltllHii: IMIITY: .
hearing reports and transactIng -
ATTKNTIOV: W. O. \'. .
business, the historian, Mrs. L.
The Magnolia Cafe There will be public Installationof
the
was
v.C* Powell, read an Interesting paper -
AmJDcp scenQ of a delightful affair Tues- officers at the Woman's Club
telling something of the life
t+of the veteran James DeLoach of day evening, when members of the Friday night, Jan. 3. The publicIs Stand Still for

", Bal South Carolina. !'Afternoon Bridge club entertained invited to hear the splendid pro- any
their husbands at dinner followed gram that has been arranged. 1.
During the social period Mrs.
'b S with bridge at the home of i l
Jlembert C.
Carradlne sweetly Er
Mr. and Mrs. O. L.
Bensley,
sang Sweet Mystery of Life and
The World Waiting for the Sun Twenty guests found their E'A
rise. Dire Curradlua was accompanied places at n prettily appointed table GAIETYTHEATRE 'i iI 'A

Am by Mrs. W II. Edwards by menns of dainty place .

CollOve Little Miss Mary Lucile Torode cards. After dinner was served, ;

pleasingly( recited a New Year's bridge was enjoyed until a late 6i
greeting.The I hour. When the scores were totaled ..,
DepSpe'U hostess Mr. L. Wyman and !Mrs.\ E. .
assisted STARKE
by Mary FLA.
M. .
Johns
Luclle Torode and Mrs. Carradlne, were presented prizes f Jf -
for holding high scores, and Mr f
/,/ served a tempting chicken! salad I Ii
Lan C. A. Knight and Mrs. W, JM
course with coffee and whipped)
', and Wainwright for holding low. Saturday Jan. 4
cream the favors
; were small
: *;packages of fruit cake on which Those present at this enjoyable A business will either advance backward. :
T11m t was tied a small spray of holly. affair were: Mr. and Mrs. W. MWalnwrlght JACK HOLT i 0 r go

Mr. and Mrs II. C.
:Mrs. Torode and Mr*. Miner's In

G GCo : guests were: Mrs. J. T. Moore, Wall. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Johns, "The 'Water Hole"Also The difference between bet
] ', Mrs. O. W. Roberts hire Charles Mr. and Mrs. N. Sternberg, Mr. i growth or decline may
'' and, Mrs. C. A, Knight
DI klD8, Miss Amelia Ray, Mrs. Mr. and i
Ova'r ,0. L. Haynes, Mrs. A. M. Darby Mrs. J, C. Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Comedy, "Pj iw Spunk" ami

Miss Olive Ray, Mrs. Annie Lou L. Wyman. Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Paramount :News merely a question of advertising. Many a firm I

Spedv.Lang' Godwin. Mrs. L. A. Davis, Mrs. W.O. Adklns. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Bone .n___
ley --------
Halle. Miss Lucile' Mitchell and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Peek.

Mrs, L. O. Powell, Mrs E. "L.Biggs ,. imiixit-: PARTY- :. Tlufrs.-Fri. Jan. 9-10 meets its overhead expenses and pays higher dividends I ,.

Mrs. Torode, Sr., Mrs. M. I Corrine GriffithIn
E. Edwards Mrs Rembert C. Mr. and; 1\1---;;: :: I If
T. Long and
,Carradlne and Mrs. W. II. Edward M/\ and \. from the increased
'. !!. Mrs.Monday D. P.n'.Tht Carpenter with five entertained "The Divine Lady"Also f volume of business i I II

The
February meeting will beheld labels of bridge at their home ,
.
.
on

i'' Am Darby at, the home of Mrs. A. M. the Walnut street. The rooms! where anl IIMMJe:| l of ".\CI1 OF I t "p.,,', .i,. ', created byADVERTISING ......- .. I I I.

tables were placed were taste _,e 7'. ,. ,:: ._' .;". .. ::.: .
,;5 Amof . fully decorated wlth'bowls of fern KOOTLAM YAHIIM" "'!.'si, n ; ., ' l',......, ,.' 1o ...:x',;a"

f + E ra JJIIAXD-HHOWN: : and narcissuses. ,::0' , '.-' ,_ '';'" ''I."'
W
f "
LanMShew At the conclusion of the games Saturday, Jan. 11 ; >,., : ; : t
.Mr and Mrs. William Edgar prizes were given to Dr. B. S. "

Drown ot Ratford Carroll and Mrs. 11. C. Rttch. hold- Ken ;Mannar f

announce the marriage of their ers of high scores, while consola- In"Lawless .11

daughter tion prizes went to Mr. C. A.
:Mary Gladysto Knight and !Mrs. A. Z. Adklns. Legion"Also

Refreshments of flapper salad, .

1COlft'Ir Mr. Kenneth Brandon sandwiches and coffee were served Comedy, "8KATIXO 1IOMK"; :
.
) December the'' thirtieth to the following guests: Judge and and I

nineteen hundred and twentnlne.The' Mrs. A. Z. Adklns, Mr. and Mrs. Paramount News rc Gr

above announcement will ,' C,.. A. Knight. Dr. and Mrs. B. S. ''to, .
be'ot Interest here to the many Carroll, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Bitch, Show Starts at 6:15 r 111 ,
"
friends of the brldo, who at oneI Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beaaley Mr.
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/ _______________________ __________

Ii'1UDAY. J.\SVARY-,. 1030,

.............._------- -.. ., BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGlUl'n. ST.\ltXE. nORmA
Q"" "" = ._._ PAGE FIVEMiami -.
turning home Saturday. were visitors to Starka Tues'day.- -- -- -- -----. . ,
ed that she w aiivet allowed --- ---- -- 1 1jit. ,1I
to TAG AGf NT* HHOl'MV \ ,
J.r .f. Mrs. J. E. Adkins and daughters show her ability. NOT New Madison Square '1

Bits. Lieut. C R. Ensey, Jr., or theU. June and Grace of Hamptonwere K.NFOIM-K: CITVTAXKS Garden. stadium' dedicated hew recently. J',.a''I'IfliV .aj
.. of S. S. Utah ana Lot Ensey who visiting at the home of J. J. Some more practice and a few ; 1\1C'LlS STATES: I!
will graduate in June from more plays Worked out ----- Dade j\';
Annapolis Zeigler 'on Tllursd y' afternoon. properly Motor vehicle City Harrelton and Co.
: Academy spent Thursday in Mrs. M. W. Lee gave a pound will make the T. Q. U. girls team license tag agents lumber manufacturing/ concern ,
IDeal Ne'iConcerning Stnrka with their uncle, Mr.: A. II. party at her home Saturday night a fine combination. of the state should cease requiring started operation!) in plant located : ..-, lit I;

Johns. In honor of the basketball T. C. U. A team representing Vanderbilt the production! of proof of the payment along Atlantic Coast Line ralfrrmd

boys and girls. Everyone of city taxes before company trucks near city limits.
enjoyed issuing
B. G. Kilpatrick met the T. C. U. boys on the same, Clermont
state oil Inspector -- Library
Our People, Business and returned to his duties if t A games large'and a nice supper. afternoon and paid them the high the 1930 license tags; but sho ilcl( I redecorated. building
crowd of
i Progress of the County and Town. here Saturday. He spent his vacation people attended Christian mostly young Union compliment of attaining the assistance -I, confine such proof only to the payment Miami Heach Miami Bench: \

l1! in DeFunlak Springs with I and church at the Christian! church of the stir players of the of county taxes Walter S'I Company. Inc. nioved to larger of '4 r.f
[:; the family Sunday night. After Lawtey team to help them. As McLIn, acting motor vehicle com Ices( at 1000 Lincoln Road. .4..fIU5 .J
.lS2S2. cimMell8rs. !! the regular the match tflrnej out (they were missioner, "\ald Monday.\! Miami Heach' New .
services Mr. Tibbetts bakery '
with .
aid of
Mr. :
well
WKATHKB REPORT T. A. Congressman R. A. Green was i Mr. Dodd advised In thus adding to McLln's attention was called shop opened herefTallllhalRee .1 "'
and C. A. Brinson In Gainesville practiced with the young their strength 811'' C. U. played:' to a report from Went Palm ._ '''.JI I. t.
Friday attending --
of .
k Hugh and Dr. W. D. people in learning Building permits ..
Brinson of some new songs such Beach that ....
Week ending Jan. 1, 1930. Baldwin the funeral' of Lamar G. Carter, an excellent game that only officials there were Insisting for hotel apartment and restaurant '.
In whlcU -
were Starke were '
Tuesday.Mr. very pretty. the ,,
call that
prominent Gainesville citizen of time robbed the home automobile owners construction < Hot:;
/ anda L IHHIK -
Date Max. Mln. Preclp. Tlifr"- nu ISuHketball TCJIIII At Keystone team of Reserved must show through act<
a well evidence( of having ,-
architects
put grand master of the Grand victory. paid board of btate Hotel 1 g1 .
'Dec. 12 81 31 and Mrs. W. W. Balsden Lodge of Florida, F. .& A. M.. However that i l\1ay be 1fine, both city and county taxes before commission totaled 1540,000 In -
Dec. 27 70 35- and family of Jacksonville were Theressa Christian Union team though at times rather strenuous the tags could be Issued. October, according ;

J.,. Dec. 28 74 44 .12 visiting relatives here Wednesday. Mr. and visited Keystone ,Heights on game was the result and the The motor vehicle Comm11ll8101lE'r figures. of /
Mrs. G. L. Parrish and L en- ._ . property tax Dt-II 11.. n".t..l.. ....
Christmas and n -- -- --- -
,. Dec. 29 62 -35 I Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Atkinson and L eve had a most en- I inusmsm./ 01 the many spectatorswas law punseu oy the iiizir; 'lalflture!!!: I I St. AUI\'IIItlne--CDl1.tral't awarded "J. I
Dec. 30 65 30 Mrs. S. Church was a visitor to daughter, Joyce, of Brooker were joyable game with the orange and i, never allowed to subside. making mandatory the payment'' for construction of yacht pier- 3j; 1 1I
PDec. 31 71 27 Starke from Keystone Heights I black team. Both teams were on It would be hjitrd to of property taxes '
'. among those visiting Mr. and Mrs. praise Individuals on motor vehicles Jto bo located just south of bridge S
3an 1 74 43 Wednesday.Miss. W. M Hodges last week. their toes from the start and under specially', beyond saying before the license tags are '(of Lions and north of prerent Cor- "''.lsi.i3 4.

Total rainfall for week. 12 In. the efficient refereeing of Miss that good team work and combination Issued, refers only to 'the payment betts dock, to cost about $24,4-14. 3- '18
Fenella Snyder visited L Helen Lawrence played a clean made It of county taxes, the "
-- Miss Miss Thelma Brown of Hopklns- rttflnible for the two commissioner c( t*: .
Miss Olive Bell of Brunford Is Lillian Garrls. in Jacksonville vllle, who Is spending her vacation L and open game. Keystone Moores and Wil \On Htiss to score explained. I "NIIKIUKP"' 'Ntl.H '_ 12.55
'\ visiting Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Bell. this week. 'with her parents) Mr. and Mrs. W. to be congratulated upon the repeatedly I for Ute home team The department has nothing to -- ;:: II.' I4
advent of Ferguson who will be while the do with the! Notke. ,IN hfrnl.v wlvcn that ..41
E. Brown at Ralford was the, same causes 'were responsible payment of city taxes tier itnil nn. 4t
; Miiis Carlie Tyler of Glenn St. J. W. Alvarez of Jacksonville,, quite an addition to their strength. for th on vehicles as cities by virtue of that rertnln' '' 941
guest of Miss Florence Matthews I % StarKe and Law- are private vxeontlrm J litmied nut of" thx Circuit: : . "
lb. Mary, was a visitor ,here Saturday. spent the week-end In Starke with L here Tuesday. 1 Scoring was low In the first half tey player Certl Whitehead to corporations Mr. McLIn stated. (-...,rl. 261h Judicial, Circuit nt the 0_ 131 12.55%,
l his' brother, J. M. Alvarez. and the game stood 4 to 1 In favor show hilt finer shooting. .state'auntin' of Florida Unit certain In !und' for. fnlnn. '..41.1O.n

Mrs. A. M. Pettit of Alacbua The regular meeting of the, of the visitors. In the second Once again It was shown by examples AIRPORT ('OSS'fIU''TIOS I wherein. I'nmmvrvlnl' rnuM Credit thereIn (Com

was visiting here Tuesday.Mr. : {L Mr. and Mrs. Attis Llttlefleld I Woman's Club will be held next L half both teams were more successful on both sides that long AT HTATK 1MUSO.V FARM pany plaintiff of and Jo'lorh'IA Floyd Or Corporation....n In dcf ndttht. 'In- .

spent the holidays with relatives I Wednesday afternoon. The de In finding the goal and the shooting from 4<"wn /field Is often WIM UK HTARTKU CON I I ..n_._ I. hiv,..,_ ..tovled.,.. :_, upon. _and willbidder .'.
and Mrs. R. J. Davis were in in Jacksonville. game finished 12 to 9 In favor of a of f )r - --.,-. 'on ..l d-._ ,S.uu .I.I.L....... .
partment of education with Mrs.J. I way wasting A good oppor. for f'Aah at I'h. Mouth door of
Jacksonville Thursday. II. Hitch chairman, will have Theressa. tunity.Vhnn this tnnttnnrv la Two 1,000-foot alrplant l.indin I lh. eniiit, houna of Itrtirlford routity. : ;
Mr: William Pittman of Lake Both the Moore boys did fine lunwaya, to bn Florida on Monday' February $rd,
charge of the program. done away by the players; who thus used by the Florida 11130 .h..tw'en the hoers of eleven. :!
Best shed cured peanut seed at City is here for a few' days with work for the winners and for the Indulge themselves there: will be a state prison at Ralford for assis a. in. anti Two o'clock I''i. m. the fol- ,:1:1

L Jow price.\ 'S.- F. Klckllter. 1-3-tf. frlenda. Mrs. R. II. Stearns and her losers Skinner and Ferguson were noticeable Improvement in the tance in an emergency! will soon iintod:liHvlntf: and ipmtrtbtHl Ix-lnv,:: In real Umoford property county sit.,' .I
the
grandmother, Mrs. Carline, who principal scorers.'Neither team general play. be under construction at the prla-. Florltta, to-wlt. ;
Mr. and Mrs. Dr., and Mrs. B. S. Carroll shone In Jhelr free throws and farm. J. S. Lot Three and Mouth ft feet of Lot
Glen B. Searing spent The Dutch, .
were on their way from Fruitland score at close of play, Van superintend 4 of Tllui-k 14 of Livingston .and, .4$2..,.
were visitors in Live Oak recently.Mr. the holidays In WInterville, N. C., Park to New Bunswick N. J., were though both aides had several derbilt, 21 ; T. (?. U. 19. ent of the prison, announced. Trilby's .hlltlon, to Ihe town o( i.
with Dr. Carroll's parents. chances only one goal resulted. Agreement Hturke. 1.'lorh'A ',\. ., 5U.
4--- to
accompanied as far as Jackson construct the .rlltl..1( ropy of th. judgment, ,i.- n.n
and Mrs. N. T. Mlrov left ville Tuesday by Mr. Keystone Heights: Forwards t4MTfl'hleC.IIjMr. : % landing field followed correspondence iilion which the above execution wail. ,
Wesley
last week for a visit in California.Mr. Miss Ethel Grimm has returned Stearns and Mrs. H. II. Young. Walrath, 2.; Skinner, 4 center between Bu Superintendent' the IHMIIVC, Circuit! ban .born Court rernrilnl, In Clerk. tiC IUS

from a visit with relatives in Ferguson, :3 I ; guards, Lawrence Herbert smith' of Picayune. Blltch and Dr. Ralph N. Green, Judgment: of llradford record( County of foirtfn Flflr- :?i f.oII: .

R. R. Jones of Tampa was Jacksonville. Mrs. Frances Parker and daughter and Church. I Miss., and Mist Thelma McCall of Jacksonville. AN hilL, ,the and property unlit t>roioriy of xald, will defendant.I I b. iold 11." iTIf... ;

visiting in Starke this week. Imogene and Mrs. DerniceOpperman Theressa C. U.: Forwards. Kersey Lake Butler were United In mat. Convict labor will be used to Fluyil l IIr.) ..ii In titInfliction. of niilil "
Miss Lois Moody and Miss Moore. II., 4 ; center, Moore, rlmony Sunday) morning Decem'bel' build the runways. execution. "
and daughter, Frances \ .
J. :
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Smith were Francis Williams of Tampa spent who have been the guests of. Mr. D. 8 i guards, Trlest and Moorer. 22, by Rev. T, W. Allen at his Sheriff of llrudfortl; nppRRSOnr.County Klor- ; lOot... :,
the 1 l
In .Jacksonville Tuesday evening. I. Wilson.holidays with Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot for several Vanderblllglrls team played home west of Lake Cltv. Those 1 W. CI. MKKTM: : : l.TTH: 10 n.H.. M JtlllNS.( I .t.:, f .'

months left Monday for their their return match with T. C. U. present at the ceremony were the I Attorney fur I'lulntlff., t 1-3-51-1-31. :
Mrs. L. L. Thlgpen- and little' -- I home in Grand Rapids, Mich. at Theressa on Saturday Dec. 28, bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. The circles of the Missionary\ Society Jr'

daughter of Palatka, were visitors I Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Fox and Mr. I I"" and the "spectators were treated to Charles McCall, Mrs. O. (1. Meara I of the Methodist church will Best Purgative for ,.j'S."i /.**lit''(' '"

here Tuesday.Mrs. George Hellers of Flint, Mich., Mrs. Nora B. Kennedy of Hampton the sight of a very keen contest. and daughter tlas Mary of Ohio,, meet the second Monday, the 13th :. ; \$&" !

are guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Beach attended the State T. C. U. were anxIous to wipe and Mrs. Allot- The bride Is a of this month, ak the home of Mrs. 4t"V .
Lord. \ ..
DeWitt C. Jones and Miss Dancing Teachers Convention In out their previous defeat and put member of one ot! the moat prominent I,. A. Davis. At this time Mrs.' J, .i-5"-

Elise Jones of Gainesville weer,In Orlando last week. The up a game struggle; with their families Jti Union county and M. OroHH district secretary and us
MI'. convention ,
Starke Wednesday and Mrs. L. D. Vining returned skillful opponents. The !Mrs.. A. ]K. Bullies 'j
afternoon. was attended by several' noted ) home U well known "i> Columbia as well state treasurerwill 1.1.'J;
i Sunday from their holiday I dancers of Philadelphia and Chi- guards"" Louise( Padgett and Net as Union count/ Mr. McCull the be here and a full attendance ;

Mrs. T. J. Griffin and Mrs. N. T. and spent Alabama.with relatives in Georgia cago. At the business meeting tie hershey played well on defense brlda's( father, (III one of the mostprol'res"lve M re-quested.) V\\

Hitch spent Tuesday In Jackson- i Mrg. Kennedy was elected to the and broke up many a dan. (ptPducers of naval 1 ;, :

ville. Mr W. M. offlca of'Becretary and treasurer.Mrs. irerous attack but the visiting team Rtorell In thl8- .v. .flnll H'_-- An.-...i_ I.u_..._. .I"_. bQ First" dyke "system ever under : 'I ., .
Hodges and daugh appeared' to be In much better holdings in Ui\on| county. taken for agricultural; purposes In 1.... ) ".

Miss Lola Denmark of St. Augustine ter,Mr Joyce, were guests this weekof It. ]F. Clark Invited a few practice and their! forwards were' ]For the past four or five years' I ]Florida now being constructed 4 1,. 41 !! ,P!. I'.,

is spending several (lays Brooker.and Mrs. C: L., Atkinson at friends to her home last Thursday frequently able to get free, and display Mi Smith bus peen In the employof 000) feet' across Stafford 1'ralrle Relieves ,.. l"IiItUth4" \
here with relatives., their deadly farniH", seven *miles, from the congestion reduces wi \ :
night/'; to meet Mr Milliard Lowry shooting. C. l L. l\Iorrl80li) In the turpentine? Itrooks- complication . ,
Mrs.-L. A.-Davis- and Mr James Lowry both of Oulda Hall was able to elude' Industry. IinMedlatcly after I tho villa and Cl miles from Tampa *, hastens recovery. 5J
I Mrs. Joe Wilson Maryville College Tenu. her guard and did nil the scoring ceremony Mr. und Mrs. Smith i-- u.u
and de-
CENT A % Bensley, Mrs.and E.:Mrs.Burn A. ,Z.Mrs. O. L. Clark of Trl-State, College; Merton In- for the home( team but the other parted for MHHHHH|/ | || >I to spinel, STKAM PRESSING COMPANY J+';.; I.U'5 U' .; ,
AJVORD Adklns visited 1,
star of the Theresnu Suits ,
Jacksonville diana. The guests were Miss Isabel attack, Thelma Christmas will bin mother anti Cleaned, Pressed and Reshaped I.4J''
Tuesday *
Fernandez, Miss Blanche Al- / Sullivan. was so. Hnsely:! watch the: family. J. Frank Thoman Phone ?

COLUMN Mrs.---.a. derman, Miss' Betty Chamberlain ........ - - - ..r 52 1J.4J
C. A. Knight, Mrs. J. C.

Auto tops, cushions and cush- Robinson, Lester Price and Vera and kendrick.( Misses Elizabeth and Estelle - ________ !(.}

ion covers. M. Leviton. 26tf Calra Robinson motored to
GalneeVille Tuesday'afternoon.. tut1CU
Mr, and Mrs. G. C. White gave a t ice :
FOR RENT First and second
floor apartments. J. F. Kick- Rev. and Mrs. J. T.Guy had as day.family Members dinner party on new year's 4 Forty-Sixth Semi-Annual Statement of the
liter. l-3tf. guests last week their son, John of the family present ".'*
A. Guy and were Mr.\ and Mrs. G. \V. Alderman ?i
L Mr. II. M. Pearson 2.15-, ]
FOR SALE both of Bealeton;. Va Misses\ Mona and Blanche 15.2$Jl
Collie puppies six 1
Alderman(! Mrs.
T. J. Aldermanand
weeks old.: See J. J. Rlgdon, I
Mrs. N. B. Hull and little daughter, Susan Frances j i iIt
Mr
Starke. Wesley ,
1-4-2C. Stearns spent several days of last Mrs. J. W. White, Miss Cassle' BANK OF STARKE $,$

week visiting relatives White, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Alderman -
Delicious cakes. made to order. In Fruit-
land Park and little son, of Baltimore, L io.
Will also"cater and Plant City. ,,
social affairs. Md. ROLL OF HONOR BANK
Rates reasonable. Mrs. R. A. _
Weeks. Phone\ 40. tt Mias Rosalynd Jacobs, who has ,_ 1'
spent the past ten days visiting ........................ I - 1
FOR SALE Shingle mill, complete In West Palm Beach returned 0 ...'f

r ,. priced right to sell. If home this week. : THERESSA : I We are pleased to call attention to the LiI'

interested see C. F. Lltchfleld Miss Rhoda Zeifcler, Cor. following statement. .
Brooke, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Brown .. j ''A.
3t to Tampa last Friday after returned ...,i........*........... the condition of the Bank, of Starke at the close of business on I

FOR SALE Light Ford truckat visiting here and in Lawtey. for Mrs. A. L. De-nnett and children f ITJV,j
'a bargain. Good running several days. Lazell 'and Jacqueline of.. Tuesday, December 3 1st, 1929, as shown by our sworn statement to <<

condition. Mike Maruca, Starke. Clearwater passed through here till,
the
12-20-31 Starke Circle degree team will Christmas eve enroute to Brunswick State Comptroller: ,:I its

hold practice meeting, Friday,' 3 Ga., and spent Christmas -f', .4,"
WANT TO HEAR from parties o'clock( in the clubhouse. Every there returning here Thursday, SLT1III

having pine timber, or lumberfor member of team is requested to be December 26 to spend a while with .RESOURCESLoans LIA111L1T1ES' ':, ..

sale. Address. to II. B. this present.Mr. his father, Mr. G. M. Bennett be- J : 31'

paper, 132t. fore going to Miami. and Discounts __ ___ _..2.__ 286913.12* ,: n", Jf
M. D. Bumgarner woa'a vis Mr. Jasper Bennett returned Overdrafts Capital Stock _. _. .$ 15000.00

FOR SALE Selected seed'corna itor to Palatka Wednesday Mrs. from Jasper! on Dec. 23, after a - - -------------.-- 320.03 Surplus _ ____ 35,000.00 1I ,In.'aH1T"

cross of little cob and Shoe- Rutngarner accompanied him visit with friends! and relatives. Hanking House, Furniture and Undivided .""

peg 11.00 per peck.' D. L. Phillips home after spending the. holidays Mr. and Mrs. B, K. Powell and Fixtures J'roIits5L6S: I 1
-- - ------ 7,500.00
Lawtey, Fla. It* there with relatives. children Doris and Betty Lou left Other Real Estate ---- -- Prottt Loss ____ 662.11 ,
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for - h 91)91.52 '
their home In Miami Thuis- Deposits _ ____ .I25J55.51 .1.....
FOR SALE Five Room Bunga- Mrs. II. A. Bishop and children Tax Certificates - __u____ _____.__ 2.897.J2
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low on church street all mod- and Mrs. O. K. Lewis and children day.Mrs.. Ruby Galnei spjnt Christmas Other Resources ._____ ; ,! (*
'have - ------ 5JOO.OO
erate conveniences. Price $2.- i returned from Bay Mlnette with her father Mr. ';. M. Reserve Fund -
COO. Apply to V. L. Johns. 12- Ala.. where they spent several Bensett. :

20-2t days of last week. J,, B. Russ and Carol Atkinson Cash and due from Hanks __ .$ 87,, 80.C 1 '_'" M71MM,

were visiting Wilson! Russ here Liberty and Municipal Bond ___.__ 85JOOJOO ,. .
FOR SALE One 140-egg capacity Mrs. C. C. Hoppe and Mrs. J. Saturday. .. *.... .
Belle City Incubator in W. Klncald arrived from Tampa Mr. Andrew Drew of Tampa Is Other Bonds -. __ ___ ________,.___.__ 10,000.00 ,. 3. 144 0:
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perfect condition, for $8.00. Mrs. Thursday and will be the guests of visiting! Mr. and Mrs\ K.: S. Slbley.Mlna litems out for collection -____-.___.__ 5/0.00 163J20.61 .- ,"

II. S. Norman. near. Ileilbronn ,their sister, Mrs. O. L. Beasley for Teresa Bennett spent Sat- 42.2$
Springs. 2t* several days. urday night with Miss :- 255'' ,
Ida MaConner
Total .... 2teS' ,
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Wateroak section. Tolal7672.60 '
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LOST Two shot guns on Kings- Mr and Mrs. H. L.: Brown lee Messrs. Jasper Bennett, Andrew ,

Joy lake road. Reward for Information and daughter, Mary have returned Drew, James Trlest, Arthur Moorer f- ,.. .. I
or return of "same". from DeLand where they were and Jimmie Swlndel went to

Reply to Bradford County Tele- guests Futch. of Col. and Mrs. J. E, Putnam! Hall Sunday afternoon. The Bank of Starke has enjoyed a good year, and our total ft- IfsZ, ,
graph. It* Those who were visiting at the resources
2 home of Mr. G. M. Bennett Sunday show a substantial gain over the preceding twelve months. We enter the __, 4.J.'

WOOD FOR SALE 1 cord to Mr. and Mrs. B. Russ of Grand afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. I, W. New Year better prepared .than .-1u.J"
200; 15 in. to ft., both light- Bank Mich., who have been recent Andrews and family of Starke Mr.TIson ever to serve the community, and invite '

wood and green. Leave order guests of Mr. and Mrs..J. II. and '\". G. Sapp of Ralford, those who are looking For a new banking connection to cast their lot with -.....
at Strout Farm Agency. Mr. In- Lord,. left Wednesday for St. I'etersburg. Mr. and Mrs. C. Sullivan and sons, us. -. tf..,
: man. 12-6-8t For the continuous in the ....4.
Percy and Felix. gain ,volume of our business we wish to thank .J1::
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Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot In Mrs Jacksonville Ruby GaInes spent Monday our.hundreds of patrons and to solicit their continued patronage.To : .,,,...
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and
ASBESTOS daughters Juanita and Sara i Mrs. Josephine Sullivan of ;
SHINGLES ROOF- and Miss Inez all we extend our cordial and sincere
Abernathy spent Hampton spent Thursday, Dec. good wishes for the New Year. J
ING Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. A. 26. with her brother, J. J. Zelgler
B. Surrency In Brooker. and family!] 4.1{'
BUILDING MATERIAL, MILL- :F'iJt.

: WORK, LUMBER Mrs. R. F. Clark. Miss Bettle Conner Misses, Messrs.Edith Carl and and Roberta Felix t '

Chamberlain, Miss Lucille Mitchell Sapp were visiting Miss Teresa BANK OF r "
STARKE
Miss Ina
ftythlng Contractors Use"Write Forsyth and Merton Bennett Sunday afternoon.Mr. i
))1'. Clark 4
,. for oar low cash prices f. o. were in Gainesville Mon I L. C. Zeigler of Gainesville -

b_ your Job via truck day. spent Christmas with his par- I. "

. KNioHT eats, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Zeigler. A ROLL OF HONOR BANK
BUILDERS'
SERVICE Mr. and Mrs. H. O. I
Brown and Mr. G. M. Bennett and sons.. Ar-

227 "tilt.v ., Forsytfc Florida.St. Jacksonville. holidays family of with Punta friends Goads and spent relatives the!: .Starke thur and Jasper were visitors to E. S. Matthews, Pres. R. J. Davis. Cashier[ 'i3&H '

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<< 12-13-tf._ In Starke and Lake Butler, - - - - Ie.'t
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I '.::_ '---:":: 2: tFarmers-- --::- -- -= -, area beneath It. Specialist Gives walk from the hedge to the door- PAHM; RADIO TALKS '

Many types of heating plants steps we then put out plant of GIVEN OVEH HTATK 1

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. How to are used. A .kerosene burner Is Hints For Making cuphea, which Is a very pretty STATION NEXT' WKKfC ;

and Farming RaisePoultry the most common form although plant for such a place. We had Gainesville, Fja. During the fc ; ,j> ,

/ coal, gas, hot water and electricity Bordeaux Mixture bought this from th,nursey. next"week \VHUF, the state broadcasting : ,
(By Agricultural Editor) are also used to furnish brooder At the end of the front porch we

i : heat. If an oil burner is used It - set out a bignonia vine and also a station, will present a varied -

--- .- By L>r. L. D. LeGcar, V, S. should( be so constructed that the Gainesville, Fla Of all the wisteria. Our house Is a large and general series of farm

It : Farmers-:: 'Truckers Are Invited to Contribute Articles St. LouU,Mo. flame cannot easily be blown out fungicides used by Florida fruit frame one with a big brick chImney talks, the Florida Agricultural Ex- :.

tk.t.Or.riiaefdual 1 Cofloga. ,'*.f.A j OntarioVmrtnary .: of smothered and there should be and vegetable growers It Is estimated at one end. This chimney tension Division, In charge of the

.' c>I'arrn Experiences and Methods Found *of vaMrinary pmorJc on ItUrtrymr dl i>n ..'a some provision for the easy escape that Bordeaux mixture Is looked rather bleak, so weplanled( farm program, announced These

To lie Vest Suited to Our Country .of llv. stock and poultry. EmlnoaturHorltr of fumes into the open al' as they by It a climbing fig which the horticulturist programs are given from 1 to 1:30: I
po.ltry.nd.ock raldnc. of
OA *.d.r' ,. are very harmful to young chicks used most. For the benefit had called FIcus repens. Eastern Standard time each week .

III ti ni --- .' :_- ._:. .. _.. :''J N."oN":3..m: :r.-* With coal heaters It Is olso necessary Florida farmers who use Bor- Around the ends and side of the day, and the station broadcastson

< The department of agricultural to have a good draft. deaux Dr. O. F. Weber, associate porch and base of the house we set 83Kklocycles.( I f.1;

Start Crop Year I, : -'-Article XLVIl Small portable lamp hovers hav-i plant pathologist with the llgustruma, plttosporums, and An outline of the program for
eonom'cs(; of the Florida Experiment Station, made
ing a capacity for from CO to 100 Florida Experiment some plumbago, azaleas, and hi- Week beginning January 4 tot(4'i f I .j
With Inventory Station has prepared a leaf :\Ul'JI\SIc..U: HTJ I'\ITJI-: chicks are deservedly and are easily suggestions for preparing the mix biscus. lows: '
Clil'KMThis : I
let that tells exactly bow to takean IHS: roil carried about. They are easily ture. For shade trees we used orange |I Saturday Jan. 4 Weekly ag- ; :'

Advises NobleWith Inventory and several booklets I cleaned, simple to regulate and of "If a large amount of spraying I and pecans, since both of these tcultural( news review. 'I J
,Aill.lo the li Is be done it is most convenient -
Should to
Hlp <
which are helpful making 1929a fet little fire hazard If ordinary trees provide shade and fruit.\ We Monday, Jan. 6 Production of
/olluU'r11It''I.lIly: in CliiKminR precuiftlons are observed. Theyare to make up stock solutions. planted an orange tree on each Comb' Honey-n. E. Foster, ap- M
the exoiUWent or Chrl t- business year for Florida farmers Stock solution A should be made ".
the TJH| of Artlllcltil Brooding usually circular I In shape. A side of and well back from the !ary Inspector with the State Plant .
ma* over, now \id jin excellent time They are all free and may be by dissolving 50 pounds of blue- )
HIM Individual ,centrally located lamp is surrounded walk In the front yard, and two pe-. Board. Planning Boys' Club work S
t'' for farmers to decide\ to make secured by writing and asking for Miwtt.HltjiMe to stone'' in 5Q gallons of water. Put '1' ,
metal drum which carries trees In the back yard.
by W. Blacklock
a can 1930 R.
for boys' ,
i 1929 a buslnciif, Lear, end begin them. ItC"llIh''nwlltl4. __ __ ___ the chemical In a clean bag and **
the heat up against a metal canopy On the west edge of the front club aged, .Florida Agricultural --,
by taking an I""tliltory i t or deciding \ .. suspend It in the top of the barrel, .,i '
which deflects: the heat downward. yard about even with the porch we Extension Division
1 on a deflnlt date for taking .\L.\('Bt'.1 ('OVTIJNTAVT: One of the penalties of being regarded and It will dissolve over night '
The canopy Is usually surrounded put out two crepe myrtles. Near Tuesday, Jan. 7 Talks to citrus !
one, Dr" C. V. SoMe!: agriculturaleronom'st Metal containers. will corrode and
11 ISM
JIOMi: Dl 1'ItOV'1:311'1TMrs. : : as an authority on anything .
by a curtain to confine the heat the corner of the west tilde of the and vegetable growers fromU.
at Um\ Florida Kxperl- be used.
should not
la having to answer all sorts and silts In the latter allow the front yard_ we put eut a palm of S. Department of Agriculture. .J'':
w' rent Station, iHt-t&d! 1n a radio J. H. Mills, Alachnu county "Stock solution B Is made by
I' of questions more or less closely chicks to come and go as they the variety, Cocos australis.! Wednesday, Jan. 8 -- }Feeding,
WHVJ 30.
;, talk over fjacotnber won the oustandlng first prize slaking 50 pounds of lime rock
please. On the east edge of the yard In ,
Breeding and Marketing Hogs
y lrNo Ma reek l| t)1) that there In. In the long time Home Improvement related to vour specialty. One of brooders infinite and diluting it to 50 gallons of i
Largo stove are about even with the porch we put Florida II. O Clayton, district i
no one datA beet for all Floridafarmer. Contest, the State Home the many questions that{ I am call water. If hydrated lime Is used
r and much abund-
general use have out an oleander to provide agent- Florida Agricultural Extension -
to take Inventories. For Demonstration Deportment has ed upon to answer quite frequentlyIs Instead of rock lime add 100 ll\>s., I
to (:oml11enll..tl1em. In prlnl'lple.Ihey ant flowers during the summer. In Division. Cattle and Hog Tu- ,
general' farmer cl !North Florida just announced Mrs Mills also "What type of artificial brooder of lime to 50 gallons of water. "
i are much like the portable rear of this we put out our rose berculoula County Agent Hobbln -
January 1 la perhjjjm \Dm best date. won third place In the Southern do you consider best?" To this "These stock solutions will keep ,
brooders mentioned above except garden. The varieties we used '(, V S. D. A, 1k J 1
For oltt-iiH gro, e1* a date after Moms Improvement Contest, for I Invariably reply that 'there Is indefinitely provided they are not t
that they omit the! inner drum and ? were Radiance, Mrs. Charles Bell, Thurnday' Jan. I 9) Primer for ';
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harvest la ('oiii 1)I"tl"l| <: would be which she was given $300 by the "no bent system and no best device I allowed to dry out. When a solution 1
the :
surround curtaIn. As
ng they Klllarney. White Perle des Jar- Farmers.
best For truck |'frowar, the bent Southern JUirulIxt/ farm journal. ." Any of the devices and systems Is made the level of the top of Town '
radiate heat over quite an exten- dins, Marie Van Iloutte, and Sa- Jan. 10 Agricultural ,
Friday ; ?; I
dote would ba "after: the biggest Winners In the one year contest now general/ use will give sive water should be marked on the ,
area gradually decreasing in frano.
crops are marketed J Just L closed were as follows accordIng satlnfact'on If the manufacturer's barrel and water kept up to that College Workers Give 1930 Farming
Intensity with the distance It travels On the site of the rose 'gardenand 7
f, In Ilia talk Jyf. :Noble: explainedthat to MHH| Virginia P. Mooru, In Instructions lire carefully follow. point. Both solutions should bestirred Suggestions J. Francis jr.
the chicks can find almost any before we planted It, we puta
a farm Inventory Is elm ply a charge: Kitchen Improvement -- ed. A brooding system should be fHh. well before any is taken Cooper, editor Florida Agricultural :
degree of heat they w With load of well rotted stable ""
list of resources Hjid\ I'ablllties.' .HoHourres Mrs. J. T. Adams, Calhoun county. so arranged that It can be easily out. Do not use the same stick to wagon Extension .plvslon.: January '
n this type of hover poiiltrymen can manure and spaded it in. Around
should fvi'ide" such! Items Living Hoom Mrs. Mary Murphy cleaned and' disinfected; It shouldhe stir both solutions Should be a Busy Month on the
take care of 5000 chicks or more. each .of the shrubs and trees we !
c a( real estate, livestock, teed and Dado county. Dining: lioom- guarded against fire;; It shouldbe "In most cases It Is ronvajiieht Farm-II. M. Fulgham, assistant '
A plan which offers ad-
many handful of steamed bone.
put a
seed, all supplier! Machinery, crop Mrs. Paul Sears, Dads County, able to develop high temperature and advisable to build a mixing editor Florida Agricultural Extension -
to the poultryman Is the
vantages
In ground mOI'\jI(1I1t'8\ and lash on lied Room Mrs. Lula Nelson and distribute heat evenly: platform. A large platform, ,is Next spring or summer, when I Division. j

hand or In bank. Utthlltleg should Holmes county. Sanitary Pi'em luesMrs. It illIQuid be easily ventilated. Colony Brooder system, A large built high enough that the mixed the grass starts to growing we are Answers from the Farm Question .1 .F
hover or brooder of from 200 to going to set the entire front
include all deht"ltJIJS and mortgages -- )'J. C. McVoy Alachuacltllnt The terms brooder and hover solution will flow In the spraying yard Box will be the concluding r' :

; against 111Q turfn. )'. Exterior" nenullflcatlon are rather loosely used by many 500 .chicks. Is placed In the centerof tank A smaller platform Is built to Centipede grass for a green feature on Mond'ay, Wednesdayand I,
a colony. house and a temporary lawn. I believe that then
One of \the OVHitnge8;: of an Inventory Mrs. V. C. Denton Pafm Beach people. Strictly speaking a hoverIs on this so that the two stock solutions we shall Friday :r''

t t Is I that K uliows the net county. Old Homes Remodeled that part of of thE brooding apparatus I fence of one inch netting Is put may be allowed to flow. to- have one of the prettiest yards In _
worth the Mrs. N. M Faulds. around It to keep the chicks from the. community if not In the state. St. Augustine Local airportto :
at tin'sle\ \ inventory la Plnellas county -, which confines the heat to gether. J 11:1'
r taken. It aUn New (House I scattering. Thesize of the enclosure Keeping flower beds and borders - have lighting equipment installed j
IIlltJ'W" whether or Mrs. Nathan a given place and to which the "Dilute each of the stock solu- I
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not the bus:ne'vif" \ \ Jiiaking or los- Williamson, Palm Reach county. chicks have access for warmth. It Is Increased roin time to tions to halt of the amount of cleaned out will destroy'a lot and maintained by governmentat I

lag money Ai Inventory Is the The judges were Miss Emily P. Is usually a circular metal canopy time as they grow and need more spray to bo made. The two solu- of disease fungi. [ cost of i8,000. ..
The
room. advantages of this
i hauls, for all other Re-counting\ and VVilburn, head of the Industrial shaped to deflect hent downward I tions should then be poured Into --
plan are obvious. If disease develops
i. It furnishes the Around} work for Arts Department of the Florida onto the backs of the chicks justas -. a third container, both at the f
for Instance, It be
any kind of credit !statement! An State College, Mrs. Hoard Gamble. It would come from the bodyof can con- same time*. The liquid should be
fined to the house
colony or In
y inventory furnl lit} >g a valuable list a well known home maker, and a. hen. It is sometimes adjust caso of fire only one brood of carefully strained, to prevent stop- BROWNLEE DROS. G. W. ROBERTS .r..
of property for Ode i<< In calle'of adjusting Mr. E.: Peck Green, one of the able to various heights and la: quite ping of the spraying apparatus. If .
chicks will be destroyed. The colony j
I ; ;.... fire Inaurnnre or In settling state's best known landscape architects often surrounded by a slit curtainto the above method cannot be used Starke ti
houses used are of the regular Lawtey
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.I an estate Ur. NoMa, pointed out. confine more of the heat to thep the diluted lime solution may be 'j
typo familiar to all practical poiil

,! _"" .. ---- -? -.-. trymen. poured Into the spray tank and

I[ There Is a comparatively new the slowly diluted added. bluestone solution f

system of brooding called the "bat
tery brooding system" that I have "The strength which Is used
most is the 4450. To make 50
seen in operation In several different \
gallons of this mixture use 25 gal- It Doesn't Pay to Guess ,
stales and in most cases Is ;
lons of each of the diluted Bohtlonp |-
giving atlsfactlon for the production |
of which will contain 4 Ibs., 4'1..
early broilers etc. These
p batteries: are made up of compartments of blusestone and 4 pounds of lame, Naturally, you want the exact grade'or t

about 3x4 feet and four to respectively.! I Fertilizer that will help you get bigger and .

six. of these are uSllally.built. on better crops from your soil. No guesswork r

top of each other. The floor ol about it when you buy Dradley's. There is
each compartment Is made of 1-2 IUn.CO UOS "HKXSHly I
a grade for and soil condition.
.1
I inch mesh wire and bout 2 inches SpiKls Johnson ; every crop

beneath the wire is a galvanized I Our ample stocks are ready for prompt .

pan which catches all the drop . delivery. Ask us'for facts which clearly ;j jI
Jo'UISU CI' THH YARI
pings and Is removed and cleaned
every morning. About 100 chicks The holdays: didn't mean much: prove that Bradley's produce bigger and

are put in each compartment at rest for me, since Mrs. 'Johnson better crops. J.

the start but the nuntber Is reduced had set her head on fixing: up the .

as the' chicks grow. When yard during that time. Now thatIt ;

the chicks are old enough to de- Is over, however, I am kinder I

termine the sex. the pullets are glad she did, for the place looks BRADLEY'Sf

usually put out In a regular brooder better already.She f

!.. room and raised for layers had written to the horticulturist -

", while the cockerels are left In the of the Experiment Stationat FERTILIZERS

batteries and grown as rapidlyas Gainesville a few days before

possible for broilers. and had his suggestions! there to ("AA QUALITY")
guide us in the work.
In Texas and in other SouthernStates.'electrictty
1"j U the'usual heat First: of all we put out a hedgeof Look for the 'AA QUALITY" seal on the back of every

In. the batteries, while farther wax privet around the edge Of I bag of fertilizer you buy. It is your guarantee of quality; ,

north I hot\ water heating systems thexfront yard since the front .

C.. r ri are usually Installed. The advan- yard was rather roomy and did not .
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tages of this system are the small have a fence around It. Along the II I r'J

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f Business farmers will And it Full Line of
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airplane bases within: corporate DEWITT C. JONES {] JUNE '=

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TME CHICVI1 H-ice short this season every place so we advise you to get or C r

t I '; TO- TIKE] )11TIUJ; : OHIO Inlte In Its proclaim for freedom second floor, eight feet. der In early and make'sure of your wants.

? --- and independence a complete Exposure: The plans shown
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t (By Duncanltt"rater, Architect: break-away we might call It from are for a lot facing south as or west. :My agents are X. Walnwrlght, Jr., F. F. Flame, C ADVERTISINGTHAT

;r: .'", NeW York) the old set types and forms and For a lot facing: north or east the Itrottnlee llr t Off with tn practical motifs plans should be reversed. I and J. II. Moore, Lawty, ] 111. Prices good Missionary

', will new.get Modern If we JIvW"are' any demands judge-mod-and In the fitness times.to purpose, In key. with Side Lot Size: House frontage, 26 ft. from young boils fOOO to 50OO, $.}. Over SOOO, 93.73, f., 'C line' orthe graph that shows the trend of

ern house Hi nil that the term The Chic la a modern house- 4 feet.clearance Lot frontage, left ,10 minimum feet, right 40( n. b. here t your sales-it can droop like a wilted plume or }

Implies, perhtftt. more\ we hope so. practical, economical and fit to feet. y. BAUERLOCK t rise to magnificent heights-depending on whether -
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We are getting 9. hit tired In fact live In. It !lists C
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Frame ,
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with stucco you attract customers
through effective
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many of us ltfp positively! bored Basement A t
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recreation finish; roof, slate foundation, nox: as
when we luck At the rows and room which doubles the ca- concrete: windows ; steel ;nDSOXURK.. C sistent advertising. This paper, with its circulation

rows of hou# 4v-all cities have pacity of the living room. The case- covering the Stark area
ments In special arrangementswith tC like a blanket, with
them you k jQ)>"- and they dot the laundry, heater and coal tC
t' spaces. Integral screens. Doors, wood, the Stanton Newspaper Advertisers' Service at the
country tooliouses
copied: or First Floor: Entrance vestibule to special details..
supposed to be after some bygone with two coat closets living ,disposal of its space-buyers with desire and
room Interiors: Floors every
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wood to be
1 architectural style and failing '., with fireplace and bookshelves, covered with linoleum resource to aid business is THE ideal adver-
walls your
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':, en of\the in catching old. they, the have fleeting none of spirit the car dining motor room room., kitchen Note and compact a one- composition: kitchen: ,tile plaster;! steam; bath heat room gas y'E Es'{s'-s'8 8 HRS tising medium. Plan your 1930 advertising". with

4 w new and are ''deader" than, dead. arrangement of stairs and service. and electric wiring. us-NOW. .

They remind* e of the passing of Second Floor: Three bed rooms, Cublture: 24.gOO cu. ft. \
the old year valuable In that it a bath and a study or maid's room
Complete
;M gives one'cbMco to start anew- over the motor room. Note the specifications working of plans and C BRADFORD COUNTY
this
like II releftsft from a, rlson house are .
termlet' ample closet space. i
available for a nominal sum. Ad-
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J."SUARY 3, 1036 BBADFOHD COUNTY TXTLBORAPIt STAHKE. FLORIDA _ _ _ _ _ rAGE 8KVKX i
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-. aalogy back through David to NEW: RIVER: ASSOCIATION which put on a splendid program.; the consofo, assisted by an ensemble lllBlmr Bub-Hchool' District. No It, '
--.c' _, -- I shall consolidate with Districts No 7 -
Adam ;(Luke 3:23-38): From David QUAIITKKLY MEETING: I A .well conducted union is a fine of six vocalists, violin and cello. 8, I 9. 10 and 16, tn elect three trustee W
: down to Jesus, Luke's list of and 'determine the tnlllSH to ba an-. .
r training school in any church. '
names differed widely from Mat- The union fifth Sunday meeting erased against the consolidate. dlxtrlct 5

thew' Eminent scholars conclude was held with the Corinth Baptist The church at Corinth la one of o'rU'I'1 TO _\...-.:.U\ ,. :R. Crosby. II I-'
the best country churches In the C. A. Crosby.H. .
both and descended
that Joseph Mary church on Saturday and Sunday If. T.ewln.
from David and that Luke ast. Bright sunshine, abundance whole state and, under the lead In Circuit' Court Twentv-Slxth Ju- U. M. 'MrUae.J. --

jThy word U a lamp unto my feet, ami > light unto my patk Ptalm 119:105. gives the genealogy of Mary for of extra good refreshments and ership of their pastor, Rev. C. A.Crosby (1'1'llvlnl>1"101In, Circuit.Chnncery.. llrndford County, W.. Ii]T.. Norman.Crosby I 4)

Hell, mentioned aa the father of large audiences combined to make is makingsteady advance- The J' w.lI Smith Company, T.. A. Crosby. --
3Burrnnf3h'iiti All religlou8 teaching, doctrine or the father of ment. An electric light plant has A corporation, 14. K. Kelley. -
u: creed U they are to have ay claim Joseph, was really the meetings enjoyable.The lately been Installed which furnishes Complainant.' T. '1'. Crr>Hbv.Frank I
be in with Mary and only really the fatherof Moderator J. T. Harris ot VS. ; Thomas -/
. of the must harmony
-TO the love loyalty and devotion people light to the church and alsoto a. C. Sweat. ft al.n..t."danl"I. H. ThoniHH.K. .. 0
t teachings of Jesus the Christ whose words fit into every fold and crevice Mary and only father-in-law to I Antioch, presided and the Secretary C. Lewis, '-
human heart and of whom it was Baid in John 7:46: ,NEVER MAN Joseph." T. B. Pin holster of Booker, the public school. It appearlntr by affidavit "1'II..nd'l Floyd Crosby
a. P. Raymond rd to thn, bill to TorvflnNe. K. Jt. J.OWU.:
' LIKE TILlS MAN. lesson for December 22 morlitaKO
In the call minutes
conducted the roll kept Cor. In the above styleil. .'all"", that the I22T.Etl.2i.IKTIIKIM .
Secretary.
studied about the birth of Jes- the offer- defendant Huliih A. Is. ronltl .
man serve two masters? Judea. The date of his birth has we and took charge of Sweat a -
<*nt fit another state. than the state
I M}' read--Psalm 3711.: been fixed as December, B. C. 5. us and the appearance of the ings. The first meeting Saturday BAPTIST ".. 1U.. of Florida; ThHt the address. la unknown I 'Olt HCIIOOI. KI.F.CTIOV
angel to the shepherds who left morning was opened with devo- to atHnnt; That truant hasninde I -
:)IOI Love to Theo This strange. Tarbell'sTeacher's -- nlllKent wnrrh \Vt the unclerslirned nf
re seems their flocks and went Into Beth- nnil Inquiry' taxpayer
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tions led by Rev. L. G. Hemingway '
A meeting of the executive committee Biul! cnnnot ascertain the unlit sildreMp Vanderbilt Mnb-Nihool DlHtrlct s >.
1n 21:15, 16, 17. so when Guide says: lehem and found the babe Jesus in pastor of Rftlford. The Introductory Thnt there Is no person In tho 10 of Bradford (County will present. .
, had, dined Jesus salth to SI- I of chronology the will bo'! held at the parsonage state of Florida, known to attlant orMH our petition to the Hoard of I'uhllo ,
"Our present system manger. sermon was preachedby Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Informant. the Hervlcn. of a millliuvna -: instruction of Uradford. .county Fla.at '
, YJil! fet r, Simon, son of' Jonas, by which we reckon the Immediately following that lesson Rev. W. II. Bnrnes. pastor at upon whom woulil bind the a special" Hireling, Monday., Jan. -
thou me more than these before and after the birth of Luke tells of Joseph and Mary This fine strong Mesdames G. W. Alderman G. C. sails defendant; That she Is overTwvntyone 1)7) mat). nt 1 o'clock to ask for an t
II years Brooker. WItS a WhIte J. II. Lord. W. J. fcpper- years of nfre. election. to determine whether or i
, 'Wth unto him, Yea Lord: Christ ((13. C., before Christ; A. taking the child to the temple at sermon, in which the speaker exalted It I In. therefore ordered that the not Vantlcrtillt Sub-School Dint. No.
son II. L. Brownlee. A. M. Darby, unlit defendant, Jliilah A. $ and, 10 shall ronxolldate. with Dint. No.
that I love thee. He weat
[ Domini In the of Jerusalem and Offering the required -
tnoweat. : D., Anno ;year 1 the deity of Christ, the sovereignty L. G. Powell, J. M. Brownlee P. she I IN .. nmieur 8.I 15/ suit 1A, to elect 'hree trustee. I'
nto him. Feed my lambs. our Lord). was established, in the sacrifice. of God, the perseveranceof the hilt rbo I'.lr:1: : .. in I&\i'\: and deteimlna the amount of mill......
;salth to him again the sec- sixth century A. D. The task of Then they probably returned to saints the total depravity M. Barefoot, G. P. Raymond. cause on or before. Monday th* to be uwsesHed, .. against the consolidated -
I the Meeting will be to plan work for Third lay of February l A. 1). IIIaOotherwise district. :
*eh Simon, son of Jonas, computing the birth of Christ so Bethlehem where they remained of humanity and the salvation of the allegations. of mild' I I.. ,1/. F. llarnane.n. .
hon meT He salth unto him led the new year, bill will be taken sit. confessed by I. I... Snpu.Klery 1
as to make a new reckoning was until the wise men, being by a individual souls through faith in ;. : Ha pp. "
you.
ord; thou knowest that I given in the sixth century a learn- star, came from the east to worship the atonement provided by tho sacrifice OM TIME MKIxmiKS: UV HA OH) It Is further ordered that this order 1.. I". Conner.

I''})thee. lie salth unto him, ed monk named Dlonyslus. He the' new born Christ, as told of Christ. tie consecutive puhllHhtMl weeks once In A the week Itriiitfmil .fi,>rt..ur J,./.H.It.Hupp.Conner. -,- -

my sheep. 17. He salth unto made an error In his computationand by Matthew. They, stopped at The afternoon session was first Kent, 0., December 23.-Martin County Telegraph a n.w.lap..rpllbIlM.1 12-Z7-5t-l.4. -

,e third time, Simon, son of placed the date several years Jerusalem and Inquired of Herod conducted by the Woman's Missionary L. Davey, president of the Davey Florida.wltneHa. lu. tstarke. Urad ford County P.J'fI'I'.O"l) FOR IOC""OOL KI.KCTIOV: '

lofest thou meT Peter wasI too late. Herod died In April 750 the king "Where is lie-that Is born Union. The President, Tree ICxpert'Company, Is wagering the seal. of this court as --

I I because he said unto himd (B. C. 4)) Some months must have King of the Jews" "Herod was Mrs. Geo. C. White, led the service 26 nation-wide radio programs Clerk Kino the nf name mild Court of O. W.this Aldernmn.the 8Oth Kelly We, t4.b-l the, Undersigned>4'hnnl. District. taxpayers NtI nf of:

) time. Lovest thou meta Intervened between the birth of troubled. and all Jerusalem with with scripture reading and help- that the people of America prefer day tif December, A. I). III2P.! Mrnilfoid county will present. our
L said unto him. Lord thou of the II. W. AI.l>KH.MAN. petition to the Hoard of Public Instruction
Jesus and the slaughter him. He called the chief priests ful comments. Mra. J. H. Pitts old-time melodies to either jazz or
(Seal)) Clerk Circuit Court.
of Uradford County<< Fla..
'st all things; thou knowest babes at Bethlehem by Herod and and scribes who told him the child read the minutes. An ?offering was classical music. 1-1-61-1-11. nt a Npnclnl, meeting, Monday. Jan.

',love thee. Jesus salth unto the latter's death, Joseph, having was to be born in Bethlehem. Then taken tar the W. M. U. work. The The first will be heard 17. 10.10 at I o'clock to ask. for an
program
]Cttl \tn determine whether or tint
cad my sheep. meanwhile taken Mary and the Herod asked the wise men "What sessions of these fifth Sunday Sunday afternoon, Jan. S, 1930, NOTICM TO 4PPHAII !Kelly Hutt-Rcnoot! district. No. 0, shall

,n 13:35.: By this shall all young child into Egypt (Mt. 2:16.: time the star appeared, and he gatherings. which are used by our from 5 to 6 p. m. eastern time, consolidate with Districts No. S,and IA
Ik mid K, tn elect three trustees
In
Circuit Court Juillrlal
now that ye are my dtftiIf 19)). ,The date usually acceptedfor sent them to Bethlehem, and said missionary women are always Inspiring over the Red network of the' Nat Circuit Bradford Twenty-SUth County-, determine the amount, of tnlllmre to

ye have love one to ana his birth Is B. C. 5, four years * search diligently for the young : and Instructive.The ional Broadcasting Company, It Florida, In Chancery. b.. assessed against the con.olldaledIII"trl..tt

; and one week (If we accept Dec- child ; and . bring me word remaining time ot this session will be followed by a concert each Complainant.Mm. It. H. Thedo,. C, ('. Crosby.

irer: 25th as the day) before the year ,again." Herod had slain most all was used by a discussion of Sunday afternoon until July Va. J. U Underbill. --

Jt my chief complaint.y which is called A. D. 1. In January who might claim his kingdom, and the question, viz: "Would the employment Mr. Davey makes no claim to expert .Defendants.Ullle Cone. Widow, et al. V.W*. A.r* llrnwnlnir.Johnson. : I-

love Is weak and faint; A. D. 2, Jesus was five years he now desired information that of a missionary by our musical knowledge, but he It appearing tiy affidavit filed In ('. A. Johns.

eve Thee and adore; old; In January A. D. 3, Jesus was would enable him to kill this child. New River Association be bene- believes that his experience as the above, that cause the defendant I to foreclose the a Southern mortKiiire - H. II, Oliver rnderhlllWm ,

race to love Thee moro. six years old; thus we must always Our lessons say, of the wise men ficial to our churches Rev. S. congressman and as nominee for Cotton Oil Company a corporation _l -278t.l24.OF .

add three years to the date of any I "When they were come into the S. Proctor, J. L. Norris, F. M. Taylor governor of Ohio last fall has giv- C. IJ.and Wilson Arthur, us receivers T. Vanderbilt for and the !\I'rlC'\\) FINAL' DMCIIAII-

SUNDAY SCHOOL event to determine his age at that i house they saw the young child. L. W, KIckllter and ,C. A. Cros- en him an insight Into what people I"1 hem Cotton. Oil Company, alsoKndliott .

( ,, LESSON time." i with Mary his mother, and fell by spoke of the various phases of want to hear. In: another Johnson state than eiporet the lot state,. exist of Notice. Is hereby given that sixty

,,\\i,\,'t-,' I Jesus was crucified In April A. down and worshipped him * and this question and It was felt by "My first purpose In putting: on Florida( whoso nddrexe. Is unknown, days after date hereof on to-wlt: the
I BUiid 1 dug of January, A. I). 1H.10, I,
that there IH no in the state
D. 27, but he was a little more presented him with gifts: gold and many that as all our twenty-one this program." said Mr. Davey "Is nf Florida the. person n."rvlitif a subpoena the undersigned. ndmlnlHtralortif the

ft:?; For January K, 1IKJO. than thirty'years old. frankincense and myrrh. And being churches now have pastors there ''to commemorate the golden anni- upon whom would bIt either entitle. of A. J. Cowurt deceased wiilpresent
nf the mild, defendants., my voucher.* and. nnsl account -
that dlllKent
ubJect: Childhood of Jesus Another troublesome point warned ot God In a dream that was therefore no unoccupied territory versary of the conception of tree : Inquiry has tmen made na such. administrator to the -
[olden Text:' "Thou Shalt call about Jesus Is, how is he shown to they should not return to Herod In the association needing surgery by my father, John Davey. : It: la'I:: : of the sold defendants HnnoraMe tie... A. lardlner. county

name Jesus: for he shall save be a descendant of King David ? they departed into their own country special missionary labor. The report "His Idea Is resulting In the pre- I tnnnot Itt therefore be obtained.It oideritd. that the and Judge auk cit for Uradford his approval county, and Florida' my -

eople from their sins." Arnold's Commentary gives this another way." Immediately! of our state board of missions servation of the beauty of America. said. defendants. ., the- Southern Cut- d dlHcharic UN such admlnlHtrator.Thin ,t : .

Isson Text: To be read. Matt. explanation : God warned Joseph to take his this "It Is the I ton Oil I Company, n corporation, and aSnit fillY of November 1529. -
has to say: opinion It was only natural that Arthur T. Vundvibllt. and C. U. VVIIson N. I). WAINWIUOIIT -
I!Jo 2:23: ; the printed part, "Matthew gives the genealogyof child and Mary Into Egypt, Baying of your board that for the most turned to the old-time melodious .... receivers for the Southern 11-23 9t.t..17. Administrator -.
kl2-23.; Jesus back through David to seek the childto Cotton Oil Company, and also ICmll-: .
Herod will young part, it Is far better to use what selections as fitting: to the subject cott I: Johnson corporation do. and ;.o'i'iCi-1 'I'iI.hf' fiinNollio > -:
-.,Je! was born in Bethlehem, Abraham. Luke gives the gen-, destroy him." Joseph did that. mission money we m'%y have at It seems to me that these are what they R>rn 'hereby reunited I to upp" <4ar "' OFT \ li111C :
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Herod I
"Then was disposal class of work
our d for this people want to hear, because they ,CIIIINB on or before Mnndnv the 3rdrtnv
rOIl wroth * and slew all the children In assisting the . 11110, ..I h..r- J Is hereby, given, (hot C. C.and '
Fluvd CroHhy, holder of tax I IcertIfItsle
wine the nlleKatloim of .salI bill will
that were In Bethlehem pa"torVe believe we should en- memories: I encountered so mitch he taken UN cinifi HN'>d by.. you.It No. BM. 4th day rf July,
How to PlayBRIDGE from two years old and under." courage the churches to group opposition that I am going thru IH further oldvrnd that this I. order A. I). 11197, hits tiled said. certificate
i In my aitice and" mude application
thus thinking he would kill the themselves Into small fields that with our type of program as a deIIb'ato -' ,four l">.I'onNttciitlve. 1 pulillxlKul I i. weeks once lit a the week I llrtulfonl for- for tux del to Issue kher t,n In HCaordnnco -

child Jesus, Afterward Herod will support pastors. Four or five test ot'publc! opinion." (...n.nl".I"K""I.h.. \ II their mmner with t to is'. Hiilil certlflciktoHitiliriions .I .
4P died and an angel appeared to churches In could locatea radio publlHlied I I I In Hlarku I lire'I lfiiriloounty thn following' tI..r.rll'.1Pl..rty -
that way Experts argued that a program Florida.I slttiuleil. In Uradford,
Joseph In Egypt and told him to nan In their midst and benefit should be predominantly Witness (lie seal. of Mils "0111'1.I nsIIHC I county. Florida, tn-wlt: aWent

s -Ao- t "take the young child! and lila by his ministry all the, year" :. classical or Jn/.z. Mr. Ditvey'sanswer rixrk. t hit of nu nahi flu rniirl of IV, thIn, Ahlitrniiin the, 30th, 1 iiiSZ i : 1lt,( Toivnohlp of Norlheant H Kouth. aItiti'turMccl ltanav" ,

G. Aeries 192230 by mother and go into the laud of The evening meeting wan In was that not enough of ,duy ot Oauenilipr, .\. 11.l 11)21)) I In. SI list: contalnlnK NO) acres.Thn . -

Wynne Ferguson Israel." Joseph took them and charge of the evangelistic brotherhood classical, music U melodious and W. '.III'IU'AN. inier' tliv unHt'Hhtnent, Maid. cvrllflcate of Hulil iHsued."property was
(Henll) Cleik Circuit Court.
started, but heard that a eon' of under the leadership of J. Hint jazz is a temporary craze of l-D-51-1-31. III the name. of Mrs Susla 11. it. John-

\ Author of 'PRACTICAL AUCTION BRIDGE Herod wan king, and, being T. Quigley and was addressed by which the public has 'beromoweary. sun.L'nleis. said certificate chnll be redeemed S

; : :;:: -.5. warned of God * he turned aside several men from Jacksonvilleand 1IEI'iti'I'll AI'I'IHII aceorillna- to law, tax, deed ,
Loye, Jr., I will Issue thereon' nn the Uth day of 4
ttt into the parts of Galilee a city Gainesville. The work of Of the thirteen musical BeleclUmi In Circuit Court, T".nl y-SI"th Judicial Junuury, A. D. 1030.Dnteil .

called Nazareth In order that Jes- these volunteers la always much t I on each program 10 will be '' Circuit. Hrudford' countyFlorhli. , I this 4th day of December, 5- 5
A.lI.
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ARTICLE No.
us might be called a Nazarene." appreciated.On old-time melod'es' and three will In Chancery O. ,V. Af.DlSIUrAN' 5" Is
llrailford Hunk
County ,
: proper lead is always difficult, hand. The fact, however, that A has in studying this lesson you should Sunday morning a Sunday be taken from classics or emlclattslcs. A corporation.Comi, Clerk of circuit Court

pcularly if your partner hasn't the club suit would seem to indicate read the first two chapters of Matthew school session was held, at 10 a. m. Not one jazz number will .liii nan t. fWoNl. ) Hy Hrndford"liluiiche County Aldurman( Florida., D. C.,
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It a bid: but every once in a while that Z's sida strength if he has any, You will find five places vs.It. 12-13-Ct-l-lO./ -
and classes conducted by. the Sun he heard through the entire 26 If. Mm I Hi, .t III.I I
|he closest possible analysis can (and his bid of six would so indicate), ,.
where angel appeared with I >ren an
day school teachers of Cortnth.: week
ne the one lead that will saver must be in the diamond suit; therefore It nppoarlnif by alMdnvIt, filed In NOTICE
contract) even after a bid by a lead of that suit should be avoided. some message concerning Jesus. Rev, G. P. Raymond of Starke Another unusual feature Is the the auove ...."..... to forecloHa. niortKHlfn. In Circuit

I Here is a shining example: Suppose that Z's void suit is clubs, For six months now we are to gavo a missionary address, after dominance given to the pipe organ; that" the I defendants: : i'l IISmith : Court.'Dradfonl County
Curl I Kindred and I II. T. Mnffley Florida.( In Chancery: Maud ,
'J, should A lead that suit? The answer to study about Jesus, his teachings which refreshments were servedto which will be heard with every lIe- lire cltlsens of another Htate

1 -8,4 this question should also be in the and kingdom. the very large gathering. The lertlon. Chandler Goldthwalte, that tho slate of "Florida that the Cannlda, Complainant, vs. Green -
AQ,52 : Y .sJs negative. If Z should trump clubs it ISo uiUlruHS of either In unknown to ntll- Cannlda, Defendant Order of
9,7,6 : A 'flQJ,1&9 : would thus enable him to obtain the afternoon session wan In charge of famous as a concert organist bothIn ant; that thorn Is no porMon In the Publication. -
:. Z ; lead and use any trumps that Y may AVKKIv: OK l'lt.tYIItTho the B. Y. P. Union of Brooker, America and Europe will be at state of Florida the service. of 'a -
Would l.lnd
subpoena upon whom It appearing by affidavit filed
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'" have to trump the spades. either >of siild: defendiinlxi: ; that: dill-
re, rubber game. Z dealt and Having eliminated the possible suit Federal Council of the Outcast Left-Overs Kent xearch and Imiulry haw, beenniudA In said cause, that the residenceof
: hearts. A and Y passed. B bid leads, the only one remaining is a churches of America has appointed Holiday mid the address of the suit dtfeniliintM Green Cannlda U unknown to --
des Z bid five hearts A bides trump lead. Can such a least do ratinnt .be obtained.It that there Is
complainant no
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any the week beginning January B, I IH therefore oi'd.'md, hut the per-
and Y and D pussctl. Z harm and, if not, can it possibly. gain a as a week of prayer. The churches Take Place at Head of Table iMihl .defendant, H. U Hnilih Car son In the State of Florida, knownto
{""hearts A doubled end oil trick? A trump lead should rot any Kln,lr.*tl anil (', T. Muff., do and J .
what is A's proper opening harm for A and B have the spade suit of Starke will join In with the Al \U they urn hereby. required! to iiipe.nitn | affiant, service of process upon S.;
Defore reading further, repeat"ng and A has the club suit therefore the churches of all denomination everywhere I the bill of complain'' *. 'led In ...I"l lfauna whom would bind the said defendant

and then decide what to do. only suit that may make is the diamond throughout America In 0 lay, t.f nn Fi-hrtmrv or ti.'.>fnru A Mondnv 1). I h* ,Srt-] In this cult for divorce.

emng bid of four hearts and suit. There is no real danger of observing the week as directed. wise ;III* Hlll-KMIIOIlH: : Of nld:'I.lhtl( Will I It la therefore ordered that said

squent rebids of five and sixmt that however, for B'a bid of four"padell will week he taken as 'onr.,1 by you. defemlant Green Cannlda be an l'
Services be held next as >
ordered that this
H In further notice
he has a freak hand one certainly should Indicate at
; follows: and order bn published irira n"eek 'appear to the bill: of complaint' In
robably void of at least one Iffast! one trick in diamonds. On the . for four. conMIXMIlive wavkn In
cstion, what is that SUit? It other hand, can the trump lead possibly Monday evening at Baptist I the Bratltorllullllly Telegraph a this cauae, on or before the 6th day. -

spades, diamonds or clubs. gain a trick? The answer to that question church Iler( G. II. Lowry speak 1d4qF newspaper: publlMied' : In HtaikvHrnclford of Jan A. D., 1930, otherwise the '

: that li has bid four spades is'"Yes"If Y's hand contains a 6i'. -- County Florida.WlineHN . allegations; of said bill will be taken .
the moil uf thIs court, sstilNi
It A has -(our should Indicateher void spade unit, the trump lead may Tuesday evening at Methodist the niimti of I I. *W. Aldertniin.. as confessed by you. It Is further -
Z or Y is liable to be a ruff by Y. ,
very prevent Clerk of nalil court, this the 301)
the suit. For that reason spades The foregoing analysis should prove church, Hev. G. P. Raymond, day "if lloujnilier. A. D. 19211. ordered that this notice ba .

iot be led. If diamonds are Z's conclusively therefore, that A's proper speaker. II. W. AI.MKltMAM published: once a week for four
fit, a diamond lead would be all lead with the.. foregoing hand should Wednesday evening at Presbyterian (i-ll-St-l-Ul.Houl' ; ) Clerk Circuit Court consecutive weeks In the Bradford --

u it would enable A to lead be the eight of hearts The followingare church Itev. J. T. Guy, County Telegraph published at
diamond in Y's the hands held all four '
B:the strength by players wt'iKioi
speaker. riiriiKo VISIt "-:1.11'10'11I Starke, Florida.

Hearts 3 Thursday evening at Baptist I unI:1;: ;;; nfWondlHwn This the 3rd day of December,

Clubs -J, 10. 9 8,6.4,3 5 church with Mr. Geo. F. Tlbbettsot We. the Knb-Hihool, taxpayers Dlxtrlit No.s A, D. 1929. '

I Diamonds -J. 10, 8, S, 2 Keystone Heights, speaker. of llradforil County, will present. G. W ALDERMAN, .
Spades- none Methodist our petition tn tho I llnnnl of 1'iiMlnInstruction
Friday evening at Clerk of Circuit Court.
.
Hearts Sj of llTHriford I County, Klu.nt
-
1 -8,4 church, speaker from Penney n e|>erlnl rneetlntr, Monday, Jan. E. ).[. JOHNS
-AQS,2 Y t Clubs- K, 7 11, 11)30 I al t o'clixk I,. ask for an -
da -9 7.6 I A B l Diamonds K, 4, 3 Farms. ..1."U..n to ilelertnlne' whether' Ifr iitWoodlawn Solicitor for Complainant.
F-Q.J. l6, 9 j Z ISpadesA., K. 8, 7,6,4.2 No service Saturday evening. Hnb-Hchool, I,l-trlt No. II Seal of Court, 12651.13"O'rU'M ; '

Christian people of whatever Khnll I'onHOllilnle with lilxtrlcln. 0, _ _ _ -
c 10. 16 anil Id, to elect. three trusteesanil
Hearts -A. K, Q, J, 10, 9, 7,6,2 name or ereed are cordially Invitedto --- -- determine the mllluir to bit neK OK FIVtI.' Distil the.IlNotIce

Clubs-noneDiamonds join In with us In the observance -- ."SMHit UKulnxtahn' vonsulldnteil. dl.- -
-A Q trli-t. -
I.
hereby given that Sixty
Spades- 5, 3least of this week of prayer. Glorifying the treat American bird Is the holiday sport of the housewife J. rl. Norman. days Hfter date hereof, on to-wltl .
George H. Lowry. from Thanksgiving to New Years I H. II. Thompson.H. the eth day of Knhruary. A. D. 1930.
the is Association. The Thanksgiving feast of whole roast turkey should ba just the begln- I W.' rUarllnir' I, the nnil, .rslKn d executor! of the I ..
uld be- evident that any lead one ace; but question Secy. Starke Mln. II lien net. t. will tif the late Henry Large HtevenHDII ...
y make, except the trump which ace is it most likely to be? It -. Ding of a succession of succulent dishes from turkey tlmbales to turkey soup. W. H. Norman.J. deceased, will present myvuuchHru -
,enable Z to make a little certainly isn't the trump ace for Y and PltKMIIYTKKIAK: The savory tang of the proper cheese In these holiday menus Is a secret ('.. I M... Norman. and: final acuount an sucH; -
A leads trumps, Z must lose Z must, one or the other.have this which should be learned by every clever hostess. J. M. farter.llusler. executor ri* the Honorable lerr. A.UardtDltr. .
de tricks and: one diamondy card to justify their bid. If they haven'tthecontractisdefeatedsowhybothed The following; recipe tested by Mary Dahnke In the kltchen-laborstory 12.21.lIt.I.U.I'f'r.'r.o'll CountJudifo of Bradford _
6th. county, Florida and ank for hla approval
other lead will enable Z to ; Services Sunday January of the Kraft-FbenlX Cheese Corporation will.prove an Inspiration through the. and my discharge i .as si'vhexecutor. '
spade in Y's hand and thus be The real question then is which of as follows: holiday months.: : Fell "('..010'. KI.K: C""Oll: 5-
finesse the diamond. It is a the remaining three aces does 1 B hold :10 a. m. Sunday school, J. M. Sties with Turkey and MunhroomnIK'cnps This the (th day of December. ,

and and the analysis is well In bidding( for 13 tricks Y and Z announced Truby, Supt. eooked rice hot 1 clove of *..n.! .. shopped W ', the unilernlitned: taxpayers ofHellbronn A. D. J92 WI1.I.IAJI-'. H. STEVENSON:- : I -
T closest study. very clearly that they have WorshiP. :t .up. cooked turkey, shred. H lb. fresh mu.hrootn., silted Huh-Hchonl Idni riot No. Hexecutnr of estate of Henry
11 Morning ser
:
1 all of the hearts and a long set-up suit. a. m. 1 stalk of celery, .lInd One 1 tabl..poon olive oil IS of Uradford County, will presentour Large Stevenson -
|!is another hand that will make mon by the pastor, "The Message I small onion elle.d fine I tibleipoon tar sauce or petition' tn the Hoard of Public II-I.tlt.
iik especially as partner has Of their short suits, they should be H cup lr.t. l American eh.... Worentenhlre sane Instruction of Bradford County, "'h,. i
either void suits or singletons aces of the New. Year. Fry turkey must In olive oU. Add onion and garlic and try for five min at a special" meetlnir, Monday. Jan. hA y
or otherwise In other words, their lOlling 6:30: p. m. Christian Endeavor utes. Add celery mushroom and sauce. Cover snd simmer for ten minutes. f 7, 1 9 JO. at I o'clock to ask for an 2SOTICM .OF AI'Pl.lf THCV Foil ..;..
.
e>leTri n to determine whether or not T\C UKKII _
,-. 7, S tricks if they have any, must be topic, "\Vhy Pray for Others Place rice on platter. Pour over turkey mixture and serve hot. Garnish wltn HellbronnButHrhool! District No. -
& 7-Y : in their short suits. For that reason,the 7:30 p. m. Evening .worship. grated cheese. I It shall ronHolldat with districts' --
Notice ,
In that 1j
hereby ft.
given, A.
A BQlO9,7S,3 singleton club should not be led for the Turkey Tetrazzlnf No... H, 9, in and 1* to elect threetrustees1 NHWXCMII
i- T. 10,9,3 : : and holder of Certificate
sermon.
song S
.
and determine the JT.r
I Z : club suit is probably their long set-rp This church will participate In :* sups cooked sbndihd. turkey. :a sups I >p milk .. f1' >n"i iH "'-5 to b* am...".sae<| avulnst. the consolidated mlllaa-e- No. 2.14. 4th day of : A. D. 1917.
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sup eooked spaa-hettl s ecu t jlks )' !l I.II lg'1"t." district.J. Pins ni suit.This elimination reduces the ques- tho week of prayer services being 1 small ..... pepper shredded I tmuvoan salt 'f4ll.I, : 1 A. H...,n I'"". and made application. for tax deed to
.U no score, first game. Thet tion to a choice between diamonds and held by the combined churches of H red pimento H teaspoon paprika .IS n. C. ]Mntt. issue thereun III accordance with
:3 Ublmpuons batter S miMhraoiue sll ... due liiw., Ha Id certificate embrace I hot
the pLtyers are playing Con- < I. ('. demons. -
and the fact that the spade .
spades .
the community. Service in this %' sup grated Amerfaan cheeee ,. following described property situated
nd not Auction is i immaterial. W. r nreen. '
flow the bidding and decide suit is the longer should decide the church Wednesday evening with Smother green pepper and mushroom slightly In butter, then add turkeyand W. n. demons. '" .A* wit:In Bradford county Florida, to- -
of lead. A's
u would lead from A's hand question length in favor makes a it spade almost certain the flay J, T. Guy as speaker paprika and smeLlier together two or three minute longer. Add spaghetti W., c H.. Hodires.T. Norman.. Ije i '1. ''n'rllfo: of f.ots i,:. 10 I.IA Ink
spade pimento, milk and .It and boll about four minutes. Mix yolk of eggs 38 Truby Co
Treasons. that either Y or Z, or perhaps both, is A cordial Invitation to all our with two tablespoon of cream and stir Into mixture until it thicken Serv J. Moore. lion to Htark tn West half of Northeast -
J. If. Walnwrleht.a.
bidding U as follows: Z dealt short of that suit and taking a chance cervices extended: to all. on triangle of toast and topped with grated American cheeee, W. Wainwright quarter Hei-tlon t.JI Townshln
,
id four hearts, A passed Y bid that the partner has the ace. With any Frank Morgan Mouth Hanre, 23
arts and B ptssed, Z now bid suit of two or more, either Y or Z must FIRST CHRISTIAN CIIVJICEBible squash au Oratln W. U Thomas- under,Th* t the assessment said certificate nf said' issued property if
i hearts A and Y passed and B have the ace. For those very good squash, that Indispensable accompaniment to turkey dinner, may he 12.21.St.I24.PETITIO4 In the name of Unknown. was
If all passed, what should A reasons the proper lead with the foregoing -- attractively prepared In the following manner: Un I.... said. certificate shall be r.-

\ hand is the seven of spades. Ass School and communion I enp ....... .4-." I sue FOIL .('''OUL KLKCTIOV d..m.d l. according to law. tax d..'l

ta puzzler even for experienced matter of fact the spade lead saved service each Lord's Day at 10 Balk S tablmpooe melt4 butter Buttered I-' cup crsted crumbs....... We, the umlerslarnefl. taxpayers of of will" February(Mue thereon, A. D. 1930.Imini on .the 3rd day

t players; but let's see if the contract and was made by a player o'clock. sad pepper Rising/ Kub-Hchool District. No. K of his ..c1 day of January
players can figure it out. Y who afterwards gave his reason for the Church services morning and To the squash add the melted butter and season to taste with salt and lirndforfl County will prevent nurpetition A. tJ. 1535.
somewhat above. It is a good pptM. Add M&WII e tgs and mis thoroughly if sqjasli 1* very dry a llttte to the hoard of Public Instruction O. W. ALDRMAW.S: S
lead as
have bid to take every trick, yningof the first Sunday in of Uradford Cowrty, Pitt.. Clerk of Circuit Court, Bradford 4
should Auction. and Contract cnaia y be added. Put la *mall rrnmeUn, sprinkle wltb grated cbeeea and
i their toting tricks must be hand and give at a special meeting Monday Jan. (II\1ALt) County. Florid
each month, by the pastor, Bro. carer with a thin layer of fla buttered crumb. Bake la a moderately
al. good ideas ae vary 1 auk jar Hy Blanche
far between. Oa the other players ce some 27. 11)30 at o'clock to anlection Alderman D. C.tlD.Y .
B'. double should indicate at to proper lead and the reason for them. Dixon, ot Jacksonville. toot oven until crumbs are browowt. to determine whether or not l.a.-l-U. t

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jsltAriFORD COUNTY TELEGRlPII, BTAnXR, FLOIUD\. ., ,. I'RIDAY. JANUARY L 1030 :

P.\GE RIGHT ., ... _. _. -- -y--' : : : '..;" .
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-- --1 == -:: :-.+........ I weekly' >payments. Many banks Of'' 4._._. .u _._'--....'- I...................... George Bird and Dr. Paul Blrin. :. "!

Bradford County Telegraph : the state could be ot untold ass It- Mr. and, Mrs.! W. H Ogden entertained f
Heights
Keystone :
I Other Pens I around town I : with
From I ance to the taxpayer and too such I HIM lUlm OK*.. ".'It. B family dinner on '
Established 1877 Christmas their guests being Mr.
a plan would determine If the peo- ,1//1
9-- ..... ---.......-.-.- ple desire tax payments In smaller _._, -,_.- -_. .. i.N1.NN..........N.NOn and Mrs. C. K. Clark Re*. BI . /

Published Weekly n'Fridays and Entered; as Second Class Tseb s'keew e'ht: Tuo slbt eruglf dOMes as has been advocated by Two days of 1930 have passed I Tuesday evening of last Mrs. E. D. Mowry Mr; E. P. Gang
of You have had plenty hey and daughter, Elizabeth, Mr.'If:
ot yrt dluow uoy rehtehw dered- some, in the Interest quarterly into eternity week quite a number ot Keystone
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, FloridaE. now tsuj ew.-Crescent City Jour- payments on taxes--one could pay of time to break every New Year Heights people attended the 'and Mrs Brice Love ot St. Peters-

the bank quarterly in advance, if resc'utlon you made. One fellow Mf. and burg. J
1ft ....___ _____ Owner and Publisher nal. square dance given by
_
Matthews, ____ n --0---- they wished.-Crescent City Jour- we know made a resolution neverto Mrs. Drlggs at their home at Hill- Misses Dorothy Jenkins and Miss! R 1

it J. C. Robinson _ __ _.__.__._ __ .___....__ Managing EditorSUBSCRIPTION An optimist Is one who believe nal. be the first one to take a drink crest. Wilma Hays gave a very delightful -,:"J

. .. . .. ,... .- . IT! the sign "Painless Dentist.- out of a bottle. His Idea is to Heights party" Saturday evening at the ,
- ----p A crowd of Keystone
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t club house. Dancing and cards"were
What watt and observe the effect that
RATE Bradford County Telegraph. Florida is known as the "Sun- young people drove to Gainesville evenlnc.JM.';
the order of the
that it don'thurt the liquor has on his companions.That .
that sign means I III "
ehlne: State, the "Tourist State"and Wednesday to the movies.Mr. .
i Yearly, $1.50; Six IVonths, 75c-Payable in Advance the dentist.-Perry Herald. tile state'that fine cit- is one of those resolutions on Guests were Donna Kerr, OaywoCt'I'
grows I and Mrs August Weinman Skinner Ardith Anderson '
__- that you might not live to break Mar. ;/
Application -----' o
Rates is also becoming
Advertising on fruit. It
rus but Another good one we of Pittsburgh, Pa, came Thurs- garet Sutton Messrs. Morris Skin-;'
thinks
by once.
The Starke Telegraph I
., .
.. . of the leading farming -
known as one "f
--
-- ----- -- the care with which the supreme heard was "resolved: never to tell day and will be here the remainder nor, Vivian Anderson, Jack BuCk?
of the South. Duringthe
states
Former state chief of the tag agents now wants to tag court Is handling the gas tax case, period from 1924 to the same Joke twice." When some of the winter. Frank Walrath. Howard Bill '
It must\ be highly explosive. Afraid five-year from folks pull) a fast one they mistakea Misses Elizabeth Caurjhey and Bul1w.l klei Earl' Ferguson and '
income
the tag agents. 1929, Florida's gross .
.6
Arneeta Ogden drove to Jackson- Kenneth Church
and
of back-firing, ehT MariannaTimesCourier laugh for an encore as many '
end livestock was $1,940 *
;I 0 crops times as you snicker that many villa Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Russel Hall and l

to Habit is strong. That's why you will continue writing ---- per farm while the per capita$498.bas times will they repeat. They Mr. Anderson, Mrs. Leeman. little daughter are guests of Mr. '{:
ed farm population was
Why should there be a row over on drain a joke of Its last drop ot Mrs. Roy Lawrence and Miss Ruth Hall's mother, Mrs. Anna Hall. 1;-
: with the number of
it 1929 for a while. that Washington artist's carIcature In comparison humor and leave /it a limp and Lawrence were In Jacksonville I One of the most successful af
of
elates
in the
o .of President Hoover? Have farms operated Carolina North Carolina drooping thing that provokes tears Friday. I fairs of the Lollday season waa trli e 4,
of South lot rather than laughter. But Prof. George Bird of DePauw dance at the club house on Mon-rV,
Another New Year has passed, another birthday coming, you seen the talkie cloae-upa Georgia Alabama and Tennessee pity :
Mr Hoover? A sense of humor Is while we are on the subject ot University Ind., Is spending the day evening under the management -. j
leads in income r.1
Florida I
t another milestone passed gross per with mother Mrs. Ella l.1 of Mr. D. K.
needed In both cases.-Ocala Star. farm. The next highest state In resolutions how about a nation holidays his Pangborn. /
t ---0--- -0Florida wide' one resolving everyone to Bird :. About twenty couples were present ->,'
the is Georgia, with an av-
r : group band side ot the Mr. Morgan Skinner medical and all agree that a vote ot L '
the right
that reflect on the outside seems to be has to be a big tate, of 1040. The Florida av- keep on
Windows a figure erage
'
of Wisconsin thanks Is due "'Don" for .
else the tourists would be pushed than road? student at the University a inostjenjoyable ;'
is $100( higher given
: preferred by window shoppers. off Into the waters. Starke for erage tile entire United States The is spending his holiday<< va- evening. Music was

' o Telrgraph. Several hundred thou- total average of Florida's gross Income The supreme optimist Is the I cat'ou! with hlsunother, Mrs. Ceo furnished by the Hampton Bead
i sands themselves off In to the stock market crash victim who Skinner. orchestra..
and push rN
broken and livestocks for
Most of the New Year resolutions are already from crops I
Lawrence K Walrath of UnIver- -.- f
'S waters at the bathing beaches any- the period is $114,012- eats pig jowl and black-eyed peas .
five-year
<* the balance badly bent in spots. how.-Dunnellon Sun 000. The average cash income ov- II for New Year's dinner and then i sity ,oC Florida is home for the N ...1.NO.....NN... 'C:
f r o -o-- -$102- sits down to wait for supper to appear -. holidays.Mr. .
er the same five years .wa .
i the table. Paul Bl.rd an interne' at the : Rising' i J
on. ?
Florida will show a wonderful year o! constructive progress The saddest story of Christmas 404,000, of which $87,002,000 was Sanatorium .
we have heard was 'of the girl who derived from farm crops. Figures "' Davis-Fisher Atlanta;, +. Miss Ills McRae, Cor. "',;
when 1030 draws to a close. invisible hone( and Santa We heard a New Year superstition Ga.. spent! Christmas with. his
t wore used in this comparison are taken ,.. ..... .
: that was a new one on us re mother; Mrs. Ella Bird. ..... ..NN
( ----- Claus didn't see her hanging stock- from the United States Depart-
a The old days are often referred to as the good old days. hll .Clerniont Press. Another ment of Agriculture tabulations cently. Upon arising! If you leap Mi- and Mrs B. n, Weld! droveto Jlr. and Mrs. W. P. M Rae 8nftJI,
Christmas will not find her "at- which were released in bulletin over the foot of the bed on Jan- Orlando Tuesday to spend the children of Palmetto spent! )1"l

r, They were-in the good old days tached" to a Santa as blind\ he. form recently Times-Union. uary 1 you will have good luck holidays with Mr. and Mrs.. Phillip \)- holidays here with relatives and N:

o _.0- for the remainder of the year We Cadman. left for their home Friday accompanied *
qIt -0- tried it Wednesday morning and The annual Sunday school Chris- by Mil11les Llllle and Dollle .'<'
Condition of this cou'ntry can be expressed in this sentence The Starke Telegraph springs .fiine rmlt"A
; celebration held
landed on the collar button we lost tmas was Monday McRae. J-
i : Suspicious drys and satisfied wets. tliIn poem about married men. It state that can produce strawberries the night before. At any rate.the evening in the club house. The Mr. and Mrs. Simmons and lit-;:'

\ o should probably be direct quota In the middle of the winter collar button was found and Is not program was in two parts first ,a tie daughter of Plant City are' >

.I4 tion: needs no state flower; it needsno likely to be lost again reading by Miss Donna Kerr "The! spending- few days with Mr. and

High Springs Telegram points out that the women used I SI. argument or detailed exposition ;I bedded in our right heel.prellldent soon-1m-I Christmas'St\>ry,' second a play Mrs. E. C. Lewis 'r,.

to hide their rouge and now they rouge their hide. -Ocala Banner of its climate to turn the frostbitten entitled "Just suppose" "The Miss Lucile McRae ot Waldo,
feet of the American touristIn Hoover attended a re- Christmas Story" Is a beautiful spent the week-end here with her.t
o
-0It its direction. ception on New Year's day at story and was beautifully given. cousin Miss Hazel Underbill. ..*'*
tell of Florida fruit well receivedin anybody ever read the Con- "
News dispatches being: in Florida "
gressional Record that speech Strawberry season which he shook 7000 hands There The play was of a missionary* na- Mr. and Mrs. F. M White of

the northern states. With willing hands and cjpen mouth? Congressman Green made the oth- marks, usually the approximatetime Is no justice a politician shakes ture and those taking part tyere: Miami la spending the holidays,:
: when the north collectivelyBtlra hands the Mrs B. R. Weld the American 'j
o er day, when he Invited his fellow enough during campaign here with relatives. t
In its bed of snow and beginsto without continuing the task after mother, her four children Alice Mr; Charles Jackson of Iowa, 1iI
house members to spend the boll-
f- Experiment station announces a study will be made of day season In Florida! would be a think of sunny skies, bright election. Presidents age rapidly Lois Jordan Dorothy, Edith Mae was among those who attended the

" diseases of ornamentals, without specifying plant or human. good piece of advertising for this green foliage, and the springlikeair during the four, years that they Ingram. Mary Louise Eva Hayes. family reunion at the home of Mr, j,f
of this'vast peninsula Is smiling In the White House and we'll. Tom. Billy Bullwlnkle Jr. The Underhill wedti
__:__ o---- state.-. Ocala Star, are and Mrs. Walter :
in Its best bib and tucker when wager It Is almost entirely due to I Hindu mother Helen Ogden .Hindu nesday. '1]

z 'i' The country's model prison at Raiford will build an Results-ot--a recent o-wet and dry I' the rest of the world la at its!!' hand shaking. We are In favor of; aunt\ Ruth Lawrence Hindu Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McRae has::?:'

emergency landing field for planes. Probably for one-way election in Scotland show that the glumest. letting the Vice President do all: women Gertdude Houser and Wilma moved to this section from Gilford.
The strawberry. In fact, is one the mltting at Washington social' Hays. Mr. Weld short .
Scotch like their Scotch'-Starke gave a and we wish them much success. "
a sky traffic. of this state's beet advertisers would least solve talk between the and ,.
it at
Telegraph It must be considerable functions reading play. Mrs. J. J. Anderson baa return-
k o when It appears In the fruit stalls the tor the At the close of the Santa
different from the stuff label unemployment problem program ed home after a pleasant visit with
Each official announcement of safety features making ed Sooth and sold by bootleggersto ot ot the it awakens northern cities, for the sight poor fellow. Claus appeared ,with pack which relatives at Johnstown. '.1
longings and Im-
-r ho opened and out stepped a mlna- Mi and Mrs L. Crawford and :
dupes in Amerlca.Dunnel1onSun.
safer to be followed by unusually large
flying the beholder
In
: pulses that
appears even
k New Yorkers celebrated New ture Santa little Key MillerSar\ children spent Christmas day with

y number of accidents. .- --- the sun-kissed citrus Is powerlessto Year's Eve In the usual way by gent, who distributed candy, pop. her parents Mr. and Mrs. G. WVBurney. t r

if o Heflln thinks four-fifths of the arouse. For even the orange going down town and getting lu a corn halls and oranges to the chil 4,1,(

people of Alabama will sanctionhis to the North, is just an exotic traffic jam. Large hotels and dren. A brilliantly lighted Christ M.'. and Mrs. B. .J. McRae Mrs**
"Two Girls' Live Hot Water and Rice medicine fruit desirable,. but The ,
on patent foreign.
bolt to the Republican party night clubs had cover charges Inns tree occupied one corner of and Mrs. T. K. Stokes of Waldo-,
'"
heading. Itather unusual for girls these days to have a proving by their votes for him as I strawberry of tb'i( all the world. Is a ranging from fifteen to twentyfive the room. attended church here Sunday ::1.,
symbol June and Its sweet dollars. Just imagine paying Mi' and Mrs. John Walters and .
r swell time on eo little. an Independent candidate for Con weather and Its
In the
appearance
gress his assertion. Maybe Heflln fifteen dollars for a clean table son Billy arrived la Keystone 0N. .. N..'
o markets ot the frigid region Is a O 4 0 N.
.
could get DePriest to stump cloth and a salt and'pepper shaker Heights Friday and will be here .
From its comments on the ]Med-fly situation, one gathers the state for him.-Marlanna most effective way of announcingto and you can't take them home the remainder of the winter.Mr. : Bootse"fa Beach ;"

? the impression that the Eustis Lake Region does not think TimesCourier.One those interested that It's JuneIn with you either! In a small town and Mrs. Brlcen Love of St '
Florida regardless of the calendar fifteen dollars would see almost Petersburg, were guests ot friendsIn .. NN.....v..NN O ,
-0-
much of the quarantine officials. Daytona Beach
News-
of the reasons why the average .1.I any young couple through a most Keystone during the holidays.Mr. Mrs. J. L. Oasklnt and Mrs. Nit )

--0---. county tax assessor will not I Journal. memorable New Year's Eve. and Mrs Shirley Holmes !. Bradley were visitors to Star U
So Uncle Den of the Dunnellon has "---o---- and family of Tampa are occupy- \
far Sun not mare assess property any higher: than he Saturday morning.Mr.
his usual comment on "Yes Virginia there is Santa Claus run help is that he knows tbat,It Tint Cups' At last we are even w'th his ing one of the Pangborn apart- Joe ChIsom of St. George,'
a ,
he does he will lilt the ceiling at Announcement by local buyers honor Rudy Vallee. We watchedhim ments for a week or two. pa., spent the week-end here they;rl:

going the rounds of the state press. tile next election., In this as In that pint cups, for strawberrieshave In his picture the Vagabond Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Pangborn of guest ot hIs( sister Mrs R. N..,,

t -0 almost every other matter of mIsgovernment becomesomething in the na- Lover and just laughed and Meadville are at their Keystone Crawford.Mr. .

News item says Canada is America's best customer for the fault begins with ture ot a n ..ssity for, this point in laughed. Rudy walks through two Heights.home for the winter.Dr. . and Mrs J. ... Gasklns and 'y
t the people. Dunellon Sun order complete With other pointsnow hours ot film with his hands cram .. and Mrs. Rupert arrived in children spent the week-end .In''J
'h refrigerating equipment. Americans reciprocate by buying o---- using them and to satisfy a med into his coat po kets and a Keystone Heights' last ,week .and Union county.Misses '(.
'
heavily of Canada's embalming fluid. If you think war Is a nice thing, great part of the trade north never-changing expression on his expect to ,make this their home Mamie and Matilda Howard -.'i\

r n aI o just remember that about 20 cents means that a new era. In a manner face that plainly says. Where didI permanently spent last week at Jackson; '
out of every dollar you work forgoes has come _to the strawberry leave my hat?" He plays a couple Mrs. Ethel Swart:!!, Mrs. Ray villa. *"r.......

Before Avery Powell gets too enthusiastic over the kick- to pay for this terrible industry, an' era of smaller packages of good pieces but you've heard Bryan and son, Garth and Miss Messrs. Herman and George Car. .

less cocktail, we'll remind him that it carries the same per- daughter that has been In prog- greater volume. The volt! them, over the radio. Elizabeth Swartz. all Meadville! 1 rol of Hllllard were visitors here;

t centage of bliss as kissing an old maid. ress since man first made his appearance ume has been Increasing here year II Paw are guests of Mr. and Mrs.. last Saturday night, '!
upon eaith. Times- after year but only a slight change At a recent performance of an Fred Carr. !' A large crowd of young, folk)

o Union. Yes, and It America, hadn't made as a few pints were used to extravagant revue boasting such Dr. and Mrs,, Lewis( of Tallahassee were, entertained with a dance!
,,1' From the rumblings issuing from tax collectors' offices fought when they 'needed to, they secure a greater' distribution celebrated entertainers as John are guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. last Friday night at the home, of

these days, the time would appear to be ripe for some candidate would be payIng about 60 cents through reaching a larger number Darry more. Douglas Fairbanks, H. Lawrence. Mr. and Mrs.- M. L. Thompson's:'

to No.-Jicense-free out of every dollar to British or ot people with the smaller packages Jr., Nick Lucas" Louise: Fazeuda, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Lawrence had All report a nice time ."'_;,
r announce
on
+ a gas platform. German tax collectors. Du nel- With great volume In crops, Dolores Costello etc., the only as their guests for Christmas din- -

0 lon Sun it becomes necepary. to insure a number that drew ''spontaneous ner :Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lawrenceand Kudzu should be planted In winter -.,

?' Chipley News refers to candidates of the June electionsas --- constantly growing demand for applause from the audience was family. Mrs. Ella Bird Prof. and on' clay soils. 4;

Markers should be placed in strawberries. one In which the little French -, .:yl
something resembling the Med-fly infestation. A
spray road twenty-eight where It crosses Being strict luxury for peopleIn girl, Irene Bordonl, pleaded for : -- -- .- .
gun should be an effective weapon in 1930 politics, then. state road thirteen, showing distance the north who buy them, straw- "Just an hour alone with you." I

i" 0r to points now reached by berries become an item of trade Miss Bordonl Is really a very nice

Body of headless man found in Lake county and it was the new road. The more advertising which, must be 'given the widest looking actress but In order to get
done in this way, the quicker range of distribution possible to some of her notes out she assumes -
' announced the only conclusion to be formed was that of mur- will travelers learn of the new grower and shipper alike. A lot an expression that resem- i'' t l llr

: ::9 der. It's alright to commit suicide in Lake county, but don't route. Starke Telegraph. Putnam of money has thus far been spent bles a pouter pigeon taking Its t \,

+' lose your head county should be Interestedin by local buyers In seeking new first bite out ofa green persimmon. -

giving Its assistance to finance markets for strawberries this year. ,
o these suggested signs. Crescent Efforts are being made to go into -
1 Plant City buyers are asking growers to put their berriesup City Journal. towns where strawberries have Wedon't know why 'It Is that

on the half-and-half plan-half in pints, half in quartson --0< Instead of the present method from here. In order to go into expressions unless It Is that they
account of the increased
demand in northern
if markets for of passing laws every two years these smaller markets, which want their audience to appreciatethe
;
berries in the smaller container. Secretary of State Igou suggestsan could only take pony refrigerator great strain they are put to to I

o all- Ime legislature composed shipments, It Is increasingly necessary produce the notes. It that is the
of four or five members from each to place the strawberry within case we Intend to( make faces right I
One to relieve
the
way parking problem on the main busi-!
congressional district. The state the price range of the greatest back at them so they will appreciate -
ness streets is for business heads and employees to park their needs more business men and less number of people. In the pint the great strain we' are put _j :,

cars on side streets or walk down to business. Shoppers shouldbe politicians. Starke Telegraph.We pack; it i seen one of the most prac- to to listen to them,

given agree it it would exterminateor tical means for, doing this. --
parking
every privilege.
( eliminate we mean) the law- Just what growers come to Second Childhood Years
0 yer from eligibility to serve and think of the pint pack remains to AgoIn

Gainesville Sun editor is convinced that the percentage of. make laws acceptable to his pro be seen but thus far opinion seems Our baby, bless! her little heart
fession.-Crescent City Journal. to be greatly in the Awoke on Christmas day
majority
one person going to" jail but of each thousand population is as
-0- favoring this To find that Santa Claus had left '
package-Plant City ancient days bonfires were lighted to
IN entirely too small. Alachua county has a modern jail serving In the old time father wound Courier. Her such a fine displayOf

two meals-daily and editors are always welcome. the clock, filled the wood box fir 0 toys and fruit and story books chase away ghosts and witches expected on

N o ed tho fire put out the cat, pulled NOTICE OF HTOCKHOLDKHS With tales of fairy band. .
off his boots with a bootjack kissed MEETING That she was tickled almost pink Hallowe'en.
r Florida was the only state in the union to show a loss in mother good night and went to And clapped hsr little hand .

registration of automobiles during 1929, making the third bed. Now he lights a cigarette, Notice is hereby given. that the ,.Then daddy swiped her jumping-.

year it has shown a decline. Considering the fact that 60 listens over the radio to his favor regular annual meeting of the Jack.: > The ghost of want .is the only:one that
per ite
bedtime
story and jest, eats And watched it
a flip-flop.
stockholders go :
of the
3, cent of the state revenues come from the auto owners, it is hot dog wonders when mother ., Star Co, Fla.,.win Bank be held ofStark. Next brother came into the room bothers people and that never appears to

x surprising that more are not walking. will get home from the,bridge party In Its banking rooms at Starke on And took her brand new top.

a 0 pulls on his pajamas, curls up Tuesday. Jaauary 21, 1930 7:30 Our sister got" her talking doll folks who religiously save money.BradfordXounty .

Of the six cents gasoline tax In bed and reads four pages ot today's p. at., to elect a board of directors ,And kissed its waxjr dome. i
levied four cents goes to sport events before, going to for the ensuing year and to transact I Poor baby had no toys left-
roads and bridges. 20 cents out of each dollar we spend for sleep.-Fatrbury Journal. such other business as may- 1 No wonder kid leave home. '

gasoline is a sales tax, going to building our.highways, yet o come before them. I *. i ; Bank
First State Dank at
there are many who cannot see the justice paying 1 cent on offering taxpayers unique Clermont plan|ti 1-S-3M-17 RAWSON J, DAVIS. : TallahasseeBids, opened for I 'Bradford County's Financial Stronghold
: ,
Cashier. sidewalk construction! In
I each dollar spent for necessities: and luxuries to relieve the for tax relief.. This ,bank,, offers various '
of
/ parts thlsj ,.tljx STARKE F
clubs)In its .savings 'A..
high real. estate tax.. .department to Record breaking farmers are Plant City Capital Theatre .
divide one's taxes.In fllty'.qual or I: record keeping farmers.: : ',Installed'new (_round"equipment. ;

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