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: April 4, 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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a Berries Bring Road Patrolman GREEN: :loll ON:MAUKKT WINNING: LOCATION hllK. Injured Vets'Claims..Asked l-ll CLt'll GIRLS UTT: : i PRIJSCOTT; Hl'RT IIYIIITlir.N p i

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$731,977 At Dies in Hospital Washington, March 29.-During TI.nss'\j "

the Monday morning at nineo'clockthe belt .\IIII'l1ll1h',1| n* Result. of In. STAFF
Lakeland Sale consideration by the house of
Jerry M. Davis, road patrolman, i 4-H club girls met at Rising Jurk RiH-Hveil on Highway
the bill April O l,, Jnt -
appropriating 1390,000( to Day to File Government -
who received serious injuries in a school for their regular monthly Nuiulny Night HPV. Klcklltvr of HUrke, Appoint.,
Lakeland, March 31-S'.x: cars motorcycle accident Monday nightof I establish a farmers produce mar- Compensation| RequestsGainesville meet'ng. The meeting was opened xl Chaplain General at
of berries sold through the local last week, died Sunday morn- ket Representative Green of the with L. C. Prescott residing Just IMIoxl Kriinlou
I auction company the first four ing In the Alachna county hos Second Florida district, gave his March 30.-World a milk demonstration given west of the city limits, was struck
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I days last week brought a total of pital. Although physicians held support to the successful proposal Ward veterans who received Injuries by Lillian Kelley and Edna Lewis, : by an automobile* early Sunday Appointment of eleven

$16,198.88 This brought the total little hope for Us success, an oper- that It be located \id Southwest during the World War are which was very effectively given. night on the highway near his on RIs staff to have charge of persons plans)
for tho 82 nightly sales held by ation was performed Saturday, the Washington as against the counterproposal notified that they should file clams The lecture on round table discussion home, thrown to the pavement for Florida's participation In
the
the company since the first cars spine being fractured In two places that It be established In for compensation before next Sunday of milk followed the demon- and his right leg so badly shattered annual general reunion of 'the

were sold Dec. 17, to 73197726. and causing paralysis of the lower the northwestern section of the: April 6, with the Veterans stration. Each girl promised to do by the rar wheels that amputation United Confederate Veterans, to beheld
limbs. District: nearer the Maryland state, OIJrE'ftu. her bit In'helping to place her was found Tues-
Friday's rain so affected the necessary this year at Biloxi, has been "
market that a light car of strawberries I Davis had been employed by the line. Plans for filing claims ran bo club on the state honor roll this liar The operation was performed announced by General Alfred
offered for ale; Saturday Bounty for several months to pa- Representative Green based his had by application to Colonel C. month by drinking not less than 'by l>r, W. E. Middleton und Dr. Ayer, commander of the Florida
night: was taken over by the com- trol the highways of the county choice of locations upon the contention R. LAyton of Gainesville\ who Is one glass o't milk each day. 'H. N. Holland and reports Thurs division of the veteran organiza 1
pany at 14 cents a pint. The high- and had earned the reputation of that procure shipped from the present service ofllcer of Hais- Reports of home work showed day gave hopes of recovery for tion. ?
Florida could.be handled to better ley Lynch Post and who that there had been a. considerable the aged
1 est price of the week was 19 centsa a capable officer. As a deputy he is cooperating man. Those named Include General T.
J pint. was 'a valuable addition to the advantage and therefore more. expeditiously with| Joe D. Chlttenden, amount of productive work doneIn 1\1.\ '. and Mrs.\ Prescott were on J. Appleyard, Tallahassee adjutant

Lee It. Miller, head of the local sheriff's force. The patrolmantold because of the fact State Service officer at Jacksonville spite of the ra'n.A : their way to church Sunday night general and chief of ,staff-
company, had hoped to sell a mil officers he had been forcedoff that such\ shipments came into ). Col. Lnyton has stated that demonstration of tying and when defective steering gearrauseit Colonel Frank M Ironmonger]

lion dollars' worth of berries himself the road by a speeding car at Washington over railroad lines he, as well aa Jess G. Davis of dyeing of sewing bugs was given Mr. Prescott to ton his. Jacksonville( assistant. to the adjutant -,

betore his departure for Louisiana the time of the accident and having direct connection with llalsley Lynch: Post, wilt bo readyat by Miss Jordan. I car. lie stated that he attemptedto general; Mrs. Emily: Green,
Florida shippers. He argued that any time to In Monday at 2 P. M. the Graham flag an approaching to
to take care of his Interests shortly before he died he repeatedthe help the filing car Ocula, secretary to the division
there. Frosts and rains, however, statement. The speedometer his people should be able "to have of these claims for compensation. : 4-H girls met at the school house I Como to town for a mechanic, but commander; Colonel Alex St_

reduced the _volume not only in of his machine showed that It was their produce placed on the Wash Information has been received for their regular meeting.A Instead of stopping the car struck Clair-Abrams, Jacksonville, Judge
ington market as quickly as possible from the National Rehabilitation number of health songs were him and continued on Itsway
making Si miles hour.
this section but at Starke, farther an advocate general; Captain A. J,
north, where a strawberry association rather than to delay twenty- committee 'of the American Le- sung which was followed by the without stopping to see how badly, |"Fulch Live Oak,
I quartermastergeneral
had signed up with the Miller Gainesville, March 31.-Gerald four hours for the necessary trans gion to the effect that' evidence regular business meeting The Injured he was. Help wan secured | Colonel Raymond Cay, )
company. Mr. Miller left for M. Davis, highway patrolman for fer on different railroads" must be submitted prior to April gills are planning to give a milk and ho was curried to his home Jacksonville commissary. general
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6, 1930 to show service connection' program Saturday night, April and Inter brouitM to Sturke In
Bradford county who thrown
Louisiana two weeks ago, hoping was Rev. L. W. Klckllter: Starke, chap.
12th at the
school
that those he had left in charge from his motorcycle on a slippery ATTKU: KXI'KKIMKNT: ; : $T.\- for a disability other than nervous will be house which the ambulance. lain general; Colonel W. W. Perkins -
and mental disease followed by a supper for t
liere might be able to bring the pavement Monday night near TIOV spinal men'ngltts : : tho benefit of the club. s Tallahassee chief of engineers -
berry total up to a million dollars. Starke sustaining a fractured an, active tuberculosis disease UQI'OIC IA\V ALLOWS ; Dr. W. R, Snead, Marianna.

Heavy rains this morning have almost spine, died at 9:45: Sunday morn- Washington, D. C., Mar. 22.- paralysis agltana encephalitis pleasing Reports and of showed home work was very IUUNUIS OHHilMJ( Inspector general; Colonel L. W. s
decided
wiped out what berries there ing in the Alachua county hospital Congressman R. A. Green ot the lethargies, or amoebic dysentery 'in a Increase \Vlllomfhby, Lakeland, paymaster i
: were left for the season, and they a*, ft result of his injuries. At the second Florida district today held I unlesil. there Is an official month.productive work the I' "Slop.! Where are you tithing general ; Colonel S. M. Robinson,
past
have lowered the quality of the bedside when he passed away were a conference with President Hoover -I, record of the injury during serv- I -Anroil I that load of brandy Ch'ploy. Inspector general.
imttorim drafted fur
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berries that hare been offered the his faithful wife. Elizabeth, his soliciting the President's support leo r.a.lt.khl.:I lime of separationfrom' each girl.- were- --- -- - "But, officer, !K<> read your law. The reunion at Illloxl] will beheld
past two*weeks. father and mother Mr. and Mrs. for H. R. 10933 which he has )service. April 6, 1930 The aprons will be a This. U. for medicinal purpoMOi.\ June 3 to U,, Announcement
part of their uniform.
A. M. Davis of Shelbyville, Indiana introduced and which provides fora 1s the hut date for filing claim Such a conversation would be wan also made that the railroads)
and an aunt, Mrs. C, E. Jones, naval stores experiment station. for ,Compensation.( These limitations entirely feasible' according to an have grunted the usual rate of
(;AIU)K.\ CLUB OnO.\NIZ.n also] ,of Shelbyville. One brother The bill will provide for an appropriation are covered by Sections 206 PETITION: RiqriiiiMivrNOl'TIJMi: ; : opinion given by Fred II.,. Davis, one cent a mile to the veterans
-----.- residing In Miami, did not reach of $50,000 for the and 209 respectively of the World : > 11V KIIKI) It.\VIM attorney general who Mays that the and their families.
A few weeks ago, on Mrs. L. A. Gainesville in time. The relatives buildings and other necessary War Veterans' Act. purpose of the prohibition act was .

'Jlavis') invitation, the ladles of from Shelbyville arrived here by equipment of the station.At In a circular issued by State An Independent candidate may to prevent the transportation and
Madison avenue met at the homeof auto early Saturday morning, leav- the conference Judge Green Service Officer Chittenden, Is the get his name on the general election uso of liquors for beverage purposes Berry ShipmentsFall

Mrs. Davis for the purpose' of ing Indiana shortly after receiptof pointed out that the naval stores following paragraph: ballot by procuring a petition' and that there I I..* nothing
organizing" a Garden Club. After a telegram telling of their industry felt the need of such a A bill now pending In congress signed by not less than twenty- that ran be construed! to tinike unlawful to 67,680 ;
the activities of such a club were sou's accident government experimental station provides that sections 206 and 209\) live qualified voters and fifing the the innniifuctiiro, Hale, or i.

scussed. It was fully decided that They will accompany the body and felt that great benefits would of the World War Veterans' Act same with the countycommission-; trnnsportalion'ot alcohol fur medicinal \ Hurry shipments from Starke

an organization of such a nature back to Shelbyville\ ; leaving over I accrue to- the naval stores IndustryIf be repealed. Veterans legislation ers not sooner than sixty days+ or \ scientific or mechanical purr and Lawtey for the week ending ;
mould fill a long felt need on the Atlantic Coast ,Line at 2:33: the station could be established.We In congress has been unavoidably less than twenty days prior to No- poses. Wednesday night dropped to 67- i

Madison avenue. this afternood. Members of the also pointed out that the Federal delayed ou account of governmental vember 3, 1930, according to an I Inloxntlnglei\ \ 1101', acvordljng 680\ ituurts, a movement smaller i
Officers were elected as follows: Gainesville police department will Forest Service and the Department activities heUK: slowed up because opinion by Fred H. Davis,, attor- to the general laws, are "all than some dally movements before :
Pre ., Mrs. L. A. Davis; Vice- act as an escort, of honor while of Agriculture seemed favor- of the death of high government ney general. drinks, beverages) > or alcoholic' the crop was curtailed by excessive 1,
Pi-es., Mrs O. L. Haynes; Sec., the body is being taken from the ably impressed with the sugges 'officials] and members of However, Independent candidates (liquors containing one-half ot one I ruins. Movement also :.
MUs Frederica Struth; Treas., funeral home of the DeWltt C. tion. congress. While It is apparent should not undertake to participate per cent of alcohol or moro by showed, decreuHn from last; week J
Mrs. Frank Hoover. At a later Jones company to the railway Attending the conference with that SoctlOKV.'Ofi and 209 of the ) In either the Republicanor I volume at sixty degrees! Fahmn- <>( mora' than one-half, 14ft,000
meeting, chairmen of the following station. him was Honorable Carl F. Speh, World War Veterans' Act will be Democratic! primary either ana belt," quarts being the reported shipments

committees were appointed by the secretary-manager of the Pine Institute repealed during this session. of voter or a candidate, the attorney Brandy shipment. authorized: by for that period. Prices paid

President: I-'OOI UKMONHTKATIO.V;: pf America, from Jacksonville congress: Just when we do not general warns. federal permit, may ho uII.llllu the for fruit have been very satisfactory \ -
Exchange and Exhibit, Mrs. \V. AT WO\I.\: 'I'I CLl'H Florida. know, and the thought has occurred packing uf preserved frulln, as a range ha I UK practically the ''
13 Middleton; Program, Mrs. J. L. -. to us that In order that IV.i syrup or flavoring prtmorvntlve, Name as lust week, with the average -
/TISR: IHU'SON' 'nn
Peek; Literature, Mrs. E. K. Per- Miss> Lee Price, who represents there may not be unnecessary delay agent for food products, status dropping from 22 cents to 21 ;
i'>'man. the General Food and Sales Co., DKNTlS'i: ; AT KEYSTONE: for those veterans needing HTTI'STTultXI.: :\ Mr.\ 1 lav In, cents thin week.

It was the unanimous vote of will give a food demonstration at r or fiscal relief they should make r The Improved weather conditions -
I).-. J. A. Rupert has application: This wetfk we have some startling 1)IhSJohn
opened an I therefor before
on
the Execu- or
the Garden Club of the
that
past week beingreflected
the Woman's Club building, April IIU) ( % ::/ :! are
(developments In the recd for
office at Keystone He'ghts! and will April 6, 19.10.: If claim has al-
tive Board act as the beautification In the better quality of
10th, at 1:30: o'clock. The demonstration '
status attorney In this the 26th
practice dentistry there, he stated rt'ady'been filed and further evidence '
committee. fruit .
being brought
to the
platforms
will last throughout the Judicial Circuit, In the withdrawal W, O'Steen, ot Lulu Route
Saturday while here placing announcement required same should be
The adopted activities of this with Indications
that the
afternoon.The from the rare of ]10. M. Johns of I, passed, away at his home Thursday t'
of his opening In the submitted to the Veterans' Bureauon
dub are civic and highway plant- volume and quality will continue 1
demonstration Is blalng morning at 2:30: o'clock, at
Stake
ami the of
possible
Telegraph. Keystone Heights and or before 6 entry
April 1030.
Ing along Madison avenue and to Improve with
sponsored by the Woman's Club of -- Col. Walter A. Dopxon of thistlty tho age of 89 years, nine months. higher returns.
the section around has been without .
-
Highway No. 28 ; preservation of Starke. Miss Price came into the \ In the race, against A. H. and elKliten days Mr.\ O'Steen One solid express car was loaded
local scenery and local trees where state through the efforts of the a dentist for several years and WJ I.\N'S (l.t'll (SCHOLARSHIP{ Crews of Sturke. was one tit Union and Columbia out from Starke during the week,
they add beauty to the scene and Home Demonstration Departmentof the establishment of a'dental office rou "'hliLt.f111111th'Bradford Col. Dopnon Is rather reticenton counties best and oldest citizens.He consigned to Cincinnati, balance
there will fill a need. '
protection of other vegetation of Tallahassee. She will give a the subject and staled that "1 was born In Columbia county going open express and pony boxes.
distinction; encouraging the planting series of 20 demonstrations in the county 4-H girls are have hud numbers of solicitationsand In IfHtr, and served four years In I The .movement for the week was
of a "Garden for every Home" State and we feel indeed fortunate t'AMllllATK: A VISITORCol. runnlqg a, slogan In April for requests tram friends and tho Confederate army In the war' divided between Starke and Law- "

and stimulate Interest in gardenIng in having Starke on her itinerary.We "More MUk Preparation for the voters from all over the 26th Judicial between! the slates. lie was a ley, 36,900 and 30,730 quarts, respectively. -
among both the children and are Indeed grateful to Miss 'V, M. Toomer of Jacksonville Health/ /' Contest lit' May1.' The Circuit, composed ot Baker, brave soldier and n faithful Christian In addition to the "i

adults in families ot Madison Jordan for securing: Miss Price for candidate for secretary of Starke Woman's Club has. offered Bradford and Union Counties, having linen! a member of the berry movement Lawtey shipped
avenue and Road 28 through the us. Miss Price was with the Soft state, was In Starke Saturday and twenty-five I dollar for a scholar that I become a candidate for Baptist church for sixty-five years. an express ear of cabbage, 24,000

town of Starke. Wheat Millers Association ot spent the afternoon getting acquainted ship to the State Short Course for states attorney, and, I may decideto "Uncle John" as ho wait familiarly pounds, bringing '< cents per

At the last meeting the organi- Nashville, Tenn., for several years and handing out literature the Bradford "Health Girl." Congressman do HO in a short time But at known by hit many friends, was pound.
zation was completed by the adop- and during this time worked with covering his campaign. lie Greene: Interest In the this time I am not certain a* Ian held In high .esteem and respect Hlil'|>m<'iif" 'lo Jlllt) ,

tion of a splendid copy of Consti- Miss Jordan in her food work in Is making an active campaign and National Health Champion was waiting on some developments by young and old. Previously reported, qts. 1,274,564

tution and By-laws, presented by Nassau county. states he will cover every part of brought forth in a hearty responseIn and analyzing, the situation thor- The deceased Is. survived, by Week ending, Apr. 2". _ 67,680
the committee appointed for the Miss! Price comes to us very the state before the primary of that county In the nutrition and oughly before making my decision three sons and one daughter, F.II. --- -
name. I highly! recommended and we are June 3rd health program, ,"- -Macclenny Press. and S. It. O'Sleen, ot Lulu ; J. TtalqIlRrtA, _ _ 1,343.244 i'
Regular meetings are held on especially anxious that all the II, O'Steen of 'irenton.\ and Mm.Kstelle Receipts to Mar, 26 $281,006.72
tho first and third Thursdays of ladles of the county who possibly ..I.IIf' I : Krnltti, of Lake Butler, and Week ending Apr. 2. 11,212.81)( c

each month, at three-thirty o'clockp. can would attend the demonstration. by nineteen grandchildren andtwolltyth
m., at the residence of Mr. and I j FORWARD MA-RCHI LET'S ALL CHASE DIRT I I ree great-grandchildren.,. $1295.219! '

Mrs. L. A. Davis. I Funeral services were held Friday
l1U1'i.1.: .
U. mil'TISIn
Tho first-worth while beautification AXNOOCKS: FOIl morning at 10 o'clock, at Olustee/

project taken up by the members (-OMMISSIOMH: : church, with Rev John Dicks, pastor loving remembrance of Mrs.

of the above mentioned clubIs officiating, Internment bulrig M G. GrlflU of) Starke, Ha, who P
an effort to get Sabal palms J. G. Crews announces this week In the church cemetery, Services: quietly und peacefully fell asleepIn !
planted on each side of HighwayNo. for re-election as a member of the were conducted: at the /grave' by the arms of Jesus ou March 22.
28, from city Unfit to city board of county commissioners for Luke !Butler. Lodge F. & A. M., 1030. Her body was placed In a )'
limit. This Idea is meeting the Bradford, subject to the action of which also. furnished pnllliunrerit. beautiful casket and borne by

approval of the majority of property voters at the June primary. Mr The Sherrill Funeral Home, of kind hand to Klngsley .Luke Baptist -
owners joining said highwayand Crews has ably represented his Luke City, was In charge of arrangements. Church where appropriate 1
all feel sure that ere long district during his term on the .--Lake City (ia/.ette. services. were' conducted by her ?
the visitors entering Starke over board and has made a .capable of .. . pastor Rev. R. A. Illanchard. h.

thin. highway will be welcomed by ficial. n"I'Iu'ISIJ: / ) .\DlITiONSSteel assisted by.... M. Taylor of Hampton -

the waving of the palms.IILKCTHIO ,. ,, aVd L. A. Banally of Starke.
Gas has now been turned on In beams, for carrying the After the services her body was '

; : CANCKLLIMJMACHIXK ; Dunedin and Safety Harbor and A roof of the new inunlclpal power laid to rest In the beautiful cemetery -
consumers In both places are receiving and light station were placed In beside her son who passed
:
service from Clearwater, position the first of the week and away about a year aKO.Ve left

It has been announced by City the brick walls are saucing completion her not, for angel are her watch1 1, .
Mrs. H. H. Young, acting Engineer, W. L. Alley. Gas was ir-- ,The addition to the plant ers pow. To the husband and .
postmaster, has been advised by
furnished to Bellealr t>T a systemof I III bojng) / made without stopping/ of children this. was Ufa's, first grief
the postal 1 authorities that this extension to mains already Installed JBHrvice, temporary wulU. serving 'but hereafter death will seem

office would soon be provided withan and owned by that city. tlum the weather while old walls more sweet and( the grave a more
electric cancelling machine as The reduction In rates by the city are torn out.Qulgley t. quiet renting place.
soon as the machine could be built 1r/
commission a short time ago. made Lumber & Supply Com- She was united In marriage with
and delivered here. This machine It attractive for residents in the v D j'lLI pany are enlargng: their quarters :Matthew G. (irlfnx. August 12.
will eliminate the cancelling of nearby cities to receive the serv- on the yard by taking in the space 1887. To this union was given
stamps by hand and relieve the ice. 11 11rc between the two old buildings nine children, six sons and three
tlerks duties. Since Its
to other
formerly used for storage. Concrete daughters<< one son preceding her
entry Into the secpnd class rankof Dr. John KellOgg, Battle Creek blocks '
\ 'b were used In tho construction to the better land. She was slxtyI -
postofllces, the ]local office has Michigan great physician and and
I stuccoed.: I four years of age and a member of
continued to show -a steady Increase 'health scientist, says that all of') s t A new roof has been placed on the Klngsley Baptist Church t

in business.: Florida l is a sanitarium, because the Canova Pharmacy building this Husband and children, take courage

its sunshine gives life and healthto \ ta.. week, the old tin being replaced for Jesus said: "Let not your ,
II.\(.\VKLL TO :MA. III ANNA those who reside here. It this i with a heavy asbestos shingle. heart be troubled you believe In
state had nothing else but sunshine Carpenters and painters are nod believe also In me." In my

Sheriff Epperson was in Mart- and pure air to offer to the 171 171.1 all encaged' repairing, painting Father's house are many mansions, j jI
anna Tuesday, taking Ezra Bag- great north country we would be and additions to private homes go to prepare a place for you, j.
well to the Boys Industrial School prosperous.: But there are unlim- about the city, and painters have and If I go I will! com again and
following his commitment to that ited rich resources In every quarter Just completed pointing of the Interior receive you unto myself that p''
Institution for one year by Judge of Florida-eays the DeLand and exterior of the "" 0man. where I am ye may be also. John v

Gardiner. Sun. .'* Club building. 14, versa 123. 1 .
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TWu JKKADFOIID COUNTY TBLUGItArn, STARKK, FXOIUOA FUIPAY. APRIL I. Ikh i

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'ing the seniors very closely lately. It Brings HealthTo and entirely rid me of nark- I I
-I C They won't be rats much longer PHENOMENAL GAIN tlon."-Halbert O. Conk
_ I ] BANKERS FIND GROUP 1ft" I
} B. H. S. JOURNAL B] and they want to start taking lessons Labor Leader"Since known labor leader, 2:1-: "I, B q'
fi't 11th Ter., Miami. '
1 on how to act. ( IN TRUST SERVICESBy Conn., liar i
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D] BANKING WIDESPREAD macy Age'nts.Adv..
(D} taking Sargon I more .
am
NKW"PAI>Kll lI'rAFF" J Due to the weather last week, I --

Fblitor-InChler: _._ ____._ FAt'T KNIOIITAilt D I soi.1.1 of the illiith\ grade pupils JOHN G. LONSDALE active and alert and feel stronger The right to ssln forI im, sr.
nt Hdltor. _-____._ PEARL MANNING, EVA MAI 'nTTM D I worn absent from school, and 'I' Over 13 Billion Dollars of Bank President American Banker than I have felt;yin years. called "rough fish" has )!' ,
t' 'I F Joke 1 Editor: _ . .__... ___ __ LEAH 8TKUTHC( ,
I'Iporl Ndltor ___ .. ____ .u._____ __ LEI'ITI' P1tJl'I: HOIIIOS: I ;Lo'- who did get here were Association scinded by the county comm, ,?
< tI..nlnr Reporter .. ____ .______ ____ u 1.IN'HI'I..I': MuII' -L'AIi11' I" "nod. rats." They are afraid Assets in Affiliated Systems. phenomenal has been the In era of Volusia county I?"I.
,,1 . ____._______ __ ___ . ANNI&. MAN t'iAIt'Fnphnmore SO on noam'
( Junior$ Reporter Reporter uu. ...__u_ n___ __.._ ___. JlI'N: BTRRNRBRI I ire out In such duck Numbering 1,850 MembersIn of trust business that of some of the seiners tailing!
.'J ( Jo'ro..hmt.n neporter ...__ _ 1I1.\'Y l-IJU\VNLJ.h; I bass other out
weather. statisticians unable to fish .
State. are keep a game
1 ," I'IO"CIRI' IIeoorters ESTELL KIsND.\TCI< IIAI. II7 JONI'HFaculty : (rI Nearly Every and ''"In, '*
y' I SIIIerYIBOr _n__ _. .- alltls FLoituYCE MATTIiEwB J true record of them ThU was not the im,!, lit
""r
---------------- ., its d ance- of the law and as
, , G the famous saying Is, a usual .
r cc,1 :: :: :: ========== = I i now than one
.. Over l.SuO banks with more :
...w dry )," ment. There fishermen will make man m1j7
UI ,
Mrs. A. K. Wall, director of the Ilallla-"Yeab, I dreamed my thirteen billion dollars in resourcesare ,
i I
----- !- ore now some- for the few as they cauiu.t!:, ) pj'
a rich uncle died shown to be associated .
n. If. 8. Glee; Clubs Is planning;
I concert which she U expecting: to Duster-"Oh, then, you really wltli chain or group banking systems thing like L square after they are aliened tf,,.
3,500 active I CA 'in the fish and
preaent on the evening of April 11. haven't It." I..SUCCESSFUL' in the United States in facts trust departments way game, I..",

: Both the girls: and boys will upJ Hallle-"Sure I have ; I put It i recently gathered by the Economic
4i l HOMEMAKING in banks In his talk: before the
+ pear on the progrum and a numb In the bank :before I woke irp." __ Policy Commission of the American In America. k (ilb{ ,.,I'

1''{ I .LjipeclaItieiiJXtflJelng' prepared --- r Bankers Association The chair 1 1C Ing-at--the-Strawberry-Fpnva" ;
$ while in 1900only ( Winter Garden
I v'I Iy GRACE VIALl CRAY last week. {
i at the evnlng: practices. i Angry cu tomE'r---"Sir, I demand man of the commission R. S. Phlt,
165
-
active the
Taylor of Department .
,i my money back." Hecht of New Orleans, pointed. ">r At.
i i 41I Ray Guy of the Method Merchant-"What's wrong?" THE NATIONAL BREAKFAST' out that the facts Indicate that trust departments rlculture, gave some Int.. 1"'Htnr
mlnlitter I "almost nil cent of our banks had h, data and statistics on thetion. prude) ,)
j g church was the visiting at Angry/ customer-"I have takenthree per {
Morning's nt God's) In His banking been estab- y3 ,Es of the, berries In Florida. BMJ
u the Chapel hour last Thursday cans of your corn syrup andIt seven and over 18 per cent of our ;
a "r Instead of delivering an address, has not helped my corns one Iienvcn nil's right with the world resources are in the great,net llslied. John G. Lontdale the standing of the crop ii", ri', aj

Rev Guy read several verses from bit." In America, If breakfast Is pun- I, of group or chain banking that now In becoming compared to other states I rinn. .
which he led the cakcH. Cull them whet you will- covers almost every part of the the custodians or the guardians of has exceeded all southern M t ,",, ,
Kxodus after .-- ?
-
pancakes, griddle. cakes, "plnte o" of others bankers asr 111
/ the property '
In country. the production of the bon-y '",,1, Iii.,.
assembly prayer. "Pa, will you give me a good wheats, pancifkos are the national what has been fittingly I
assume
I --s - licking?" American cI ll lIh. I The commission's facts .comprised described'as of'' the "most exalted five years' average yield. '- .'Ie'(| nr
R 1 We expected to have a free-for- "Why this, George?" At the family breakfast table in -chain and group banking one Taylor. The return to thi-, j-i/mii-/' :

,, all In the second clans of Teacher's I'm going to sneak oft and go mansion or hovel, in farmer's: homeor ainilatlons. in the broadest sense of human "relationships ever I has also been larger t In Hi- 'I.; ',.,

t i i Training last Friday. The Constitution swimming and I don't want to bo bnclit-lor npllrtlllE'nt, at lunch the term the report said. They included created Thousands by law.of little children have H.lMtnitT O. COOK: I than In other sectionn.

In being: studied and the bothered with a future. counter, boarding house or palatial those groups In which the .
I question of prohibition arose ( hotel on hoard train or boat, the controlling/ element was. a particular received an education and have "My appetite was poor, and indigestion Bids will be opened by hate
-- r breakfast cry Is the same the country bank there been started off right In life In '
't It would !have Made some of the .\ SCOTCH iX1'IT.1TION"Jock being reported 78 kept me misery day highway department for ivitli, ;
The American chorus the trust department's'sote
over. Instances of this class through and night. I had headaches almost
1 "wet' and "dry' politicians hearts Involving 12.45 miles state highway \ ,
;
swells from const; to cons, (, Kimt, keeping and guidance of the '
I t' f y ,glad to have hoard some of the will' you dine with me West, North, I South: calling for 407 banks and about $5,473,000,000In family estate, numberless widows continually, constipation in Leon county from Talla//?",,. ...
t advantages: and disadvantages: that tomorrow ''night?" nancnkca. I combined banking resources, from merciless bothered me and I was so weak to Jefferson county line

p 9 the brilliant class brought out.. "Aye, Sandy, I wull." For the matt of the house the ': They 'included also groups In' have stock been swindlers protected many thousands and tired I could hardly stay t on Leesburg Super Fuel) ,
-. "Ciiild, e'ght o'clock at your pnnmke Is tnsty nourishment, n which a nonban king holding company my feet. Sargon Invigorated me pany will establish hea ''PLII'I., ,
of business have been
? DIM VOr liSOTIIT'l lOlIHe" morning benediction on the work not subsidiary to. any particular men and gave me a spleudld. \ appetite ,
rt .
v r k t of the day. For the lady of the bank, was 1ft control and relieved: of troublesome details in My digestion 'ta perfect and I feel here.Lake Worth PLlllpswoman's st It",,,,
house, It Is ntnmlna for the morning's I of this class 28 Instances were the conduct of their business "
,' r will be like a. new man from head to foot. and children's .
I 1, You noon receiving wear
little Paul
1\Ia "
whimpered housework, For the children found, 'involving 380 banksand through a living trust. ,1| -
}t ; ( your Invitations? 'do( I have to wash my face again It: Is n treat find n healthy foundation nearly $5,335,000,000: in resources. The favorable reaction of the Sargon; Pills stimulated my liver ened at 613 Lake avenue

L v' 2. School will noon be out? before dinner for sturdy body and( busy I The report also 'included! group- public toward trust department I - -- -

P ak; 3. The seniors are being entertained "Certainly, dear." mind. The whole funilly wants Its I'I'puncllkpa. ings in which control was exercised service Is not accidental. It may

ro; ? "Aw, gee, whY."lln't I Just p''!- by individual persona and, be traced jointly to the growing '
4 4. Five seniors went to Jacksonville By the use of seif-rlaing flour, of the American
t dew it over again like you tloyoul's these cases numbered 167, involving intelligence people
the housewife I'
I whatever her means,
+ ,1 Monday? ?" ; 1.071 banks and about S1.4GS.- in financial affairs and to ad-
cnn nave time and expanse' bo- I
G. ''The seniors are beginning to alder I 000,000 in assets. vertising to the world at large the
insuring HIICCCHS in the prppnrutlon , '
i burn the midnight oil? I I S '"1'\IX'T" of Ibis great untlonnlbronkfiifir. merits of trust services.
1 6. Dora) is of getting I. The Total Figure detailed services
thinking The following;: 1'f''Ille.j Among the ( rendered -
I 1 a hair cut? 'Taint what we have, utilizing/ Holf-rslng| Hour, la always The total was over 1327SOOO... by a trust department the

} 4 t 7. Scootle Is trying to be exempted But what we give, BUCOfKSful t coo in aggregate: resources .Somo one that seeirfa to be winning favor ; NOTICE' ,
.
'L I '' ? 'Tuln't where we are Griddle Cakes., ot the systems comprised 50 to'' the fastest is the life Insurance

2 i 8. Peek hall. been getting to. Hut how we .jvc.: X flour sups Bclr-rlBing 3 1 tbsi tht.p.. fat sugar 100 banks each. Recd offices of trust. Life Insurance 'la the quickest Double Standard
time? I the groups were fount in all Jurisdictions known of creating an estate -
school
on 'Taln't what wo do, 1 VKK IVi cups! milk way Eagle The
Hazel U. hud date but nine of the states and In reality It affords the possessor
r t 9. a Friday I Hut how we do it, Directions", Sift; and tnciinure
r, a night: ? I That makes llila life flour Add. beaten egg/ milk and, the District of ColumMn.: the opportunity of getting DIFFERENCETrade
: 10. Miss Isabel lost her temper" ? Worth graluK through: it." eiiCTr.; Add flit and. bake immediately "We have not included In these up a positive monetary safeguardfor .
i( t _- -. -. on hut rlddltf.! figures," the report says, "banking his family and then paying for

tyJ'I ")lOT TU'S"MI' JIIH K.\T: IIUMNA.NTH;: --.-- groups in which 'a commercial it on the 'installment plan.A '
bank, a trust company and an investment married man Is not fair to his Your Tires
t Hastings: Addition being bollt .
house, and sometimes a -- ---
.if he falls to ,life 'insurance.
family
,, IrhIg"Use the word regiment The ninth grade girls held a to Methodist church edifice. tied by carry
caving bank, are together

", Louise III a M.sentence."Hegglo: Louise meant" well, class what meeting kind lant of dresses Tuendiiy to to wear decide KplHcopiil Du'lonlBeal church, South/ ->- Methodist plan con.t operated soma form as of complementary stock lioliMn.-ra(!! : and elements I man, "Buy. I would Insurance'. say to to before the young you that Slip'for Tires that Grip !

ring" the
buy-the ami young woman -
t but ho got slapped. on the approaching graduation. It
/ ruction! of new edifice to cost approximately in aa organization rendering min
+ -,.-- 1i was decided an a manner of custom ] $1 00,000. complete financial s'rvlces.Vo I would say, "Mnrry: no Put Double Eagles on now; next sum "

i rr llullle "I got a lot of money to wear white dresses. Perry Terry Electric Laun have held that such groups area' I so thoughtles." as to scoff at life Insurance mer they'll still be like new. Their ) 1(

; last night" ---- dry opened In Peacock building on similar to a departmentalized/ bank j! deep cut surefooted All-Weather 'You'll] Notice Double

p Hunter --"Honest All of the,rats bave been watch- ,, last' Clreen Street. I and different in the purposes and Tread is almost double-thick; the rub Eagles on Their

... .
--- - chain.! ber la super-tough the SupertwIst
operations! from a \, or group ; Cars I
e=' -- bunking system. Cord body has super-endurance.
MALES OF TODAY SPORT HANKIESOF . lc. J'. M. \HI Jii-ll.
I PARTICULAR "For purposes of' tha'present report These are the finest tires Goodyear : } :

J 1_ FINEST .LINEN TO MATCH THEIR FANCY SHIRTS banks we as define systems chain in which or group centralized can tated produce but never regardless equaled because of cost.of Imi-x the 1>1'. It. t M. Carroll

I control, whether corporate : greater experience and savings Goodyear ('011. A. H. Crt ws

or personal and either rigid. or Informal enjoys by building: more than \hot

; i iI directs the operations of all tires sold in America. ) (

1t waI I two functionally'or more complementary complete tanks, ,each not Drrrsy Low 1930 Prices

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working on Its own capital and
IIN

I } .w under "in its one own or personnel more cities and located or r-l F M 7 (j) n A i


states.
Commenting on the question When Fire Routs *
y re
4 '
whether the rapid development ot Here, too, more people '\ 7-1rt1r7
; chain banking was 'la the nature the Owner ride on Goodyear TiresTUBES 1' ague I

j. of a reaction against restrictions r..... hlo L... (..hri.e
Imposed on branch banking by the oh'..'....,........_.....................?,P-_1B.' .>. I

banking laws in many states the ...... ....-.molded'0 .....If h.he.. an h.. r.u.t.. ALSO LOW PRICED
t r ri / report says that observation does .-pUao.. _.....p,..".,. I.I.M mop.
I 'ii ,.' >t plln .d"h .hkh N ell.M .... We'll
confirm this theory gladly inspect tires
wholly free-and
not ';" ::::: 51.11..; ....prop, your Inflate them.
5 I
t since chain banking to prevalem a.i...... ores. pte.Ll..W..IVI; ]Drive in !
In states where virtually no
i / : restriction some Is imposed on branch I......Ml' ,?. .fc...... ... r
"" w- .
banking, as well as in those where pe.p.y.HAROLD BATTEKY CHARGING "
; the establishment of branch banksIs RITCH'SService

prohibited. It adds::' C. WALL Announcing our new service -
to motorists. Batteries -
e = The Question of Branch Banking INSURANCE tested and serviced

IL : : "However, the facts do show' promptly. Station

1 .,ft;"..:,, c that anti-branch banking laws have STARKE, FLORIDA I

...:..< >.;"" .. been a. factor in some cases, and I l GUARANTEED TIRE REPAIRING ESTIMATES FREE

;'i.o;, ; probably In some sections In the .
ir tJ" .:'n1. spread of chain banking. Instances .

r. ; <." hate come to our attention where L .',"'\'SSSSSIS','/,\',',', ::,',',' : ,': ,' uloll'm,' IIIIIII,;, IIIIUIII: :'IIIIII.''IIImllmmUlIIlm,!::: :: ,I
expansion along chain bank lines

,S i '. has been carried out by state
r banks whose expansion along
'
r I ; cp branch bank lines was,stopped by
1 1r
> ;., \. __ , the passing of state laws prohibit
'
ing further branches. Yet whether Successful AdvertisingKWHWiiimmmmrrmnttn
expansion would have been along

frI branch bank lines it .,the laws had
LI / : Imposed no' barriers, It Is Impossible

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and sympathies. In view of the of large national advertisers realize that the
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feel It
mixed factors noted we 'I
N. I Is unsafe to generalize as to what I
bearing branch banking laws have buying public must be induced to covet their products. It :

I .... I r ,. on chain developments.

',,- ,.',..... t. : '"The recent era ot rapid chain is apparent that neither curiosity indifference
ii k ; ." bank developments has found spactdc or amaze
reflection In state legislative
.. ./ : some
"
, ,
'" :' action tending to restrictor ment will do this. Appreciation of
'i 'M-: ; control chain or group banking. the true merit of the

} ..i., >.. .".:. :,.:'.,, Also we find a sharp difference of

opinion among state bank commissioners wares is absoluely imperative. _-
r 'kty their
wbnve expressed *
__ I. Quick:, Watson the n' fh. "It may be either all white or tolleotorecl. thlppc) : e to Porto Rico where sentiment regarding chain bank- ,
embroidery needle if y tor ." cays Kennedy. -Spectacular native do the fine needle Ing." .
men's taste In hondk. nowrh' effect In the way of a colored work fly the bankrolled issued "
In a foreword to the report r >r./- -
; In the upper bracken the border are not eo much: In vogue heir in demand."T .
; dollar sign U concer: Ie', Sometime a compromise U nude by > have the aklll of In booklet form by tbe association We will be pleased
'' t a tip for tbe ladles! .rn carrying two. one for blow and one gene a: ot them ID the at it* New York City head analyze.. your problems A
male buy only the ft: non for *how-the latter matching the exqu '.:ig and they make a Quarters Chairman Jtecht. says
1 be Ooee his own ha I to shirt pattern In ahade.' goof of It. They alao *m- that "the Economic Policy Com ,,'
-/ dens Row. It U Just ae well that this One broider tingle Initial in the mission does not take: a stand In
ga it I Tae grand nub now...._.. M tor linen square U duly appreciated by corner i. .ingrama, of course must advocacy of or In opposition to thus .
3 the Dner product of tbe loom-and the ultimate eonaumet. It make along be dene to special order In this bankIng
new method of concentrating -
the linen loom, at that-according Journey and eeee much of country
to B. O. Kennedy, expert In such the world before U reach the final "The handkerchief areh.n resource through the affiliation Bradford
a :I thing for Cluett. Feabody St Co. of triumph of a perch In Milord' nipped to u* for finishing touche of bank Into group and I County TelegraphPRINTERS
{' 3 Tro,. N. T. manufacturing ipeclallata pocket. In U.. laundry and for final dlitrlt chains, but U simply offering ala
t r In collar*. shirts handkerchief, Moet of the flax used In band t but fact finding body what we be- AND
r" tl and men's underwear. kerchief linen U grown In Belgium* 80 toont drop the handkerchiefs Here I I. the fiat complete national PUBLISHERS
t A handkerchief with bandroUed aaja It'nnedrrom there u sop around too earel..s,. Someone *!**> picture) of this rapidly growing )
'I beau and,embroidered monogram In to Ireland to be woven Into linen may pick: them up and keep them movement."
the lower left band corner U the with edges cut. It 1* then shipped for nowadays com of them coat al-
coveted article. to low York!: CI',. It to trana- moet a* much a* a shirt
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j.niPAY.. APRIL 4. loao 'BRADFORD COUNTY TKLEGRArn. BTARKK FLORIDA PAOB!! TURKU

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\ ,.Jj - -t -- -, ling truck. The bus overturned,, !lass methods by which the state Women Plan National Shrine at Cape Henry, Va., Where I IIII

crushing the boy's head. can carry on work In eradicating

News of Florida in Short Paragraphs he Mediterranean fruit fly. pend- Virginia Cavaliers First Raised Cross, April 26 1607 :

Daytqna Reach.--Following! an :nff possible federal appropriation,

i airplane crash Into a sea wall at llov. I Doylo 1;:. Carlton has issued

the municipal airport !last night '. rail to the hoard of commlsalonB NORFOLK VA.-It was at Cnpe r- i

Cecil Langdon and his wife, Mrs ot Btatu liiHtli utloim. and state Homy. Virginia on April :36. 1807 Hint

LIVE STATE NEWSTOLD : Charity Langdon vera In a dangerous plant board to meet here Monday tho ra\Taller who had elected to make ,
[ homes In the New World bell
their
11
!I !' condition today. Mrs. The big problem facing: the board their first religious service in Amrr- r.arss t I

Langdon Is not expected 'to re- la to make' the previous State appropriation ica. The landing was made for the y

cover and her husband's recovery of $500,000 cover current purpose. ot opening a sealed box containing i { a
etlll is doubtful. .The Langdona expenses until the federal the "orders for government' f

i BY OUR EXCHANGES were returning here from Jacksonville government can act. The state which Captain Christopher NewportIn

, and crashed Into the wall money tins been disbursed at a command of the ships "Sarah .Con
.. and the 'Dls.covery"
taut the "Godspeed"
---- ----------------- ,
----------- -- v when they attempted a landing In rate of $10,000 a month. It Is said. .
had borne from England I
.
lllamlOne modern Ponce de girl alleged! to have been kidnap- the .dark. The plane was ownedby ----- Cnpt.John Smith wai one of the part

on has succeeded In the air. ped by her step-mother and carriedto a local corporation and had Orlando-Convicted of chargesof which after a few days proceeded up

1\fter! flying some.16,000 miles!! InLatin Plttsboro, N. C. The child was been used by Langdon for student attempting to defraud 'In the ,.

: America In 20 days William said to have been kidnapped from Instruction here. operation_ .of ft fake_-race track t,

I Gannett, 76r-r tUed publisher Mrs. Grace Summerlin, the child's (gambling; scheme Joe Haworth IIs

li, Augusta. Me., Is happy, healthy mother, by Mrs. Ruth Summerlin Orlando-Heralding a successful and James J. McLaughlin today 4L

,nd enthusiastic!! over airplane and her brother, Pierce Fleming I season, sales of Florida real were under sentence of seven : _

II'Myel. lie landed here late yes-!! of Penaacola. estate totaling $31.170,583 for years each at hard !labor. The %

I,..day. the period December 15 to March pair were arrested on complaintof .

St. 15 have just been reported to the T. H. Fllds and his wife; of Rice
Augustine Approximately
Florida Really Journal, official Luke, Win., who alleged they 1TTI. CIiQI fi SAT
BeachStretchednr $26,000
worth
West Palm of assorted!! choice
publication of the Florida Association sought; to defraud them out of
his own operating table In' liquors were destroyed today by
i on of Real slate Boards $30.000. After the return of a "II
CA P6. Nbb 1I
| offices, the body of Dr. W. A. customs officials here to clear the
li a with headquarters here. Leases, guilty verdict here yesterday defense -
[oughterson, well known local federal storage rooms In the local
\ exchanges, and new construction attorney filed motion fora
I was found today by a postoince of the 300 cases of
physician figures were not included: in the new trial. '
janitor. Examination made : booze, seized under the laws, making I
negro reports which came from thirty- Jr #fe
In Coroner T. M. RIckards and It Illegal to transport Imported 4
) nine cities, with Miami leading the
Jacksonville-! -Property of OscarM.
others led to the belief that Dr. liquor bearing foreign labels. The
list I! with a sales total for the pe-
Nolan, Duval county tax assessor
ougbterson had been dead for, haul represents!! seIzures made overa !
riod of $13,755.872. wan seized by Sheriff W _
eight! or nine hours. No Inquest period of months and Included

rill be held Coroner RIckards Scotch, Rye, Gin, Brandy, Cham- Chattahoochee H. Cahoon today on a court order I er
James
-- Hicks
pending settlement of a claim that
pagne and other cordials. The ,
b1r>9
mild.
30, night supervisor!! of the state
Nolan Duvnl
$77.000
owes county (
liquor was broken by officials on
the municipal dump. hospital for the Insane, was la the of unreported tux commissions and I. bZei. M

Tort Myers-Dan W. Towles Infirmary of the hospital tonight Interest. The order was signed v

grocer here, yesterday knocked out probably fatally injured as I the result Duval Attorney .y ,
when rounjy, through; I !
a bandit who attempted to bold Lake City-Enrylmen Pearce, of an automobile accidentnear John E. Mathews, filed suit 4 _.(. FRANTiNOrslF .

him up In his store, took his pistol 112-year-old son of Paul Pearce,' here this afternoon. Hicks against Nolan to collect the alleged : aN ay1'iF / ClloJf'S' ArCApg

away from him and draggedhim Columbia county farmer, was kill- received an Injury at the base of amount due. The county / do& ydA,1g..uL -L'6o'rmen's
in hIs automobile ed when fruit when his automobile R
to jail own a truck sideswIped his skull, claims Nolan first
which had been left near the a school bus In which he and a coll'ded! with a truck driven by worth about $76,000 owes!! and mortgages that he OLVL G11T4OCECAP6 kiv/ club -nd l .(.t rwU, U sponsor,
with the Cupe !K"i.ry Pllirlmim: ..
store. The bandit, who Is about number of other pupils were rid an employe of the btate road de- local .
In .
also .
has large. deposits a Brett riser und on May 13. established Committee, of tiN annual exerci.and
22 years old, gave his name as ing at Mason a rural community, partment, whose name was not bunks. the first permanent English pllRrlmnsc Mrs. V. U. Culpep

Kdwards.; He is awaiting arraignment near here yesterday. None of the learned, at a point about 4 miles. -- settlement In America They called per I Is President Mr. ....:anla NaylorI

on a charge of attempted other children was hurt. Accord- east of here. Hicks!! said to have Tallahassee-State prison authorities the place Jamestown In honor of speaker, and Urn. JC.!: B. Hodgu! I.seuretnry. la

robbery. Ing to Information received by been thrown from his car about were searching today for King James; then began the Amerl .
authorities here, the accident occurred 30 feet, striking his head againstthe can nation. Cape Henry Is the cite of tho; Orel
two regarded! by the prison
men The women of tidewater Virginia NA,1LOIZ. lighthouse built In the United Slates,
Milton-Sheriff Mitchell has returned when the school!! bus, In attempting pavement. afar clANrz
bureau criminals who
desperate national Is located
as desire to awaken a consciousness dating from 1752.>> It about
to Milton with Cora Lee to pass another school this morning; made their escape of Cape Henry where religious posed to erect; a permanent shrine, an five mile North of Virginia Bench.

Summerlin, 10-year-old school bus, was struck by the approach- Tallahassee-In order to diet from a convict road camp near worship wad ant held by the outward and visible sign of Inward It I Ie proponed to ll><3 Capo Henry
culonlste. The movement and spiritual to commemorate closely with Jamestown for It was
-------------------- Blountstown. Those escapingwere English grace
they have launched 1 la fait spreading the first religious service held by the from Cape Henry that Captain John
L. Mitchell Pilgrim, who was
Each year on April 38: ceremontee are cavalier upon American soil." Smith and his party made their way
serving a life sentence from Dade held it the site where the Cavaliers The shrine will be established at; Inland under order of their authorItles .

county for a statutory crime, and first raised the Cross Cape Henry, under authorization of at home to set; up their' eolnnf

Eddie West, !sent! up from Hills- "We hope by arranging these annual' the General aascmbl* of Virginia somewhere away from the seashore
M fv.i borough county for 16 years for pilgrimages to keep before the people The Governor of V* inla I* honorary And Cape Henry. In the mini et
rfIfowa of Virginia and America! the memoryof chairman of the Cur: Henry Memorial all those who have set about to makeIt
breaking and entering and grand
r the sacrifices on which tbls na Commission, Mrs C. W. Orandy Is a shrine that all American wtll'
larceny. The bureau said It was and Mrs. Franta 1* look with I the natural
n tion's beet Institutions were founded Chairman, Naylor upon pride *
Pilgrim's third escape and Went's aid Mrs. Franta Naylor, speaker of Secretary. connecting link between the Mother
second. the Assembly of Tidewater Virginia The Assembly of Tidewater Virginia Country and the Infant governmentwhich
Women and president of the Woman's Women, an organization of one was fostered on James River

Avon Park--:M. C. Crosby, 2007 Club of Norfolk. "And now It I Is pro- thousand women representing wo- Island. ,

_n __ __
Flugler street Tampa today i I I - -

charged; that JV.. Revels, "'all- oleo wait released from Jail where\

Chula filling station employee, ho has. been serving a three day PECAN GROWERS TURN

fired four shots at him before he HunttMioo for contempt of .court: ,

returned the fire wounding Revels Similar charges UKaliiHt the woman HUSKS AND SHUCKS TO

twice In the back. Revels'. will\ ba heard by Judge Ilarktr -

condition at a loral hospital today after a Html report has been :

was. Improved but physicianssaid ,I submitted by the commlsHlon upnolntecl CHECK SERIOUS PESTS

; he had only a fighting chanceto I to determine her nullity .
lWlR
u0 recover: Crosby also deniedhe I :The contempt;' ; and lunacy dinrK( -- ---- --

had been feeding metal slugs grew out of the attempt by Mr. !Montlrello! I! Flu. Pecan growers Tampa Is noon to have/ a mndri .

'n the slot machines ut the station and Mrs. Roberts to organize anew xlioulil loan no limn turning \ and handsome tax building

where Revels worked. He Is church\ to a""uIll8Ihe propci ty under( all old hunks, and shucks ns!! Unit I will cost $21))0,000, accordingto

being held! here on a charge! of nnll name of the First HutitUt control measure for Merlons. Inflect the Tampa Tribune Contractfor

transporting liquor while Hardee church of Avon Park, and their and(! dlHcimfl! prints according the building wax awarded to

(county authorltlell. await the out violation of uu Injunction retitriiln-' to 'reV.,! Walker assistant. entomoloKlxt Logan llrolhem. The contract

come of Revels' injuries. InK them. They also refused" lo and It. K. Nolen, 'llt'M, rails for the completion of the

I appear In court when' ordered' iiRHlHtnnt In pathology! with the bulld'tig'! In 200 working days The

1 t+( 4 NI T, eC1 r 'IY n Miami-Federal Judge JIalstcd thero for contempt Florida Experiment. Htatlou, und( building will be throe stories with

L. Hitter's temporary restraining' located hero n hunnmeiit It will stand. on the

order prohibiting 20 sheriffs: in weather Mr. Walker advised, turning to a site of the old building! / of the
riant City -'Adverse
Florida from molesting Alrhoime two depth of four Inches. III clay\ soils, Tampa (las Company, the buildInx -
conditions during the last
Capone without legal warrants became und Hlx Inches In sandy sails, and! being erected In 1012. The
weeks and the deluge of ruin have
effective In Dade county today that winter cover crops should 1 bit site Is 70 by 10S. The new bulld-
when ,V. F. Fox, deputy 1 brought: ; about a speedy curtailment turned! now. IIIK will bn of concrete and stool,

United States marshal, served(! of the strawberry movement According to Mr. Nolen !an application and'! will be mdnern III every par-
of here. and gives. iromlue of
irrrw/.iw Sheriff M. 1*. Lehman with a certified out of 1 to 9 lime-sulphur tlfliilar. Tho rapid growth of the
rows. hastening the end of the greatest
: copy of the writ. Mr. Fox duet! just before the buds. burst sat company made It necexsary
In history. From a movement
said that he had received other\season will aid In the control of early to build larger and more modern
of 76.000 quarts on Monday,
:
copies for sheriffs In his territory, scab Infection. Tills. early Infection quarter
the forward I IIKH from here shrunk
which extend as far north as to 10,750 quarts Friday and a car he stated, !in dangerous, furnishing Florida's lumber products rop.
Tltusvllle in Brevard county. They the source from which Ills
annual
resent valuation of approximately
time
less. day to day for the first
1
will be served tomorrow or Monday In many weeks As volume shrunk dlxouno spread to'all part ot the H2.000,000) according to

he said. this week, prices advanced! to It34'h tree.t 'VIlL, Wilson, chairman of FlorIda

r cent average per quart far The flrttt application of 14SOPordeuux state chamber of commerce In.
EfSt-t.T .ZJ FLOOR.t CanaveralWilliam Praetorlua, should bo made noon at- diiHtrlal committee
yesterday but today the price tumbled
a fisherman living here, wan lor the nuts have net or when the Key West -- City waterworks
to 20 cents owing\ : to the con
drowned Saturday night when he nut flowers become brown or
plants being repaired.
I I'i dition of tlm fruit us the result of
\ attempted to swim ashore from ,dried. A 20.80 copper-lime dust or
.. tho ruin, while Indications are
robe. his disabled! fishing boat. The sea a 20-10.70 copper' lead-umenuto,
r'' that there will IIH u good market 0)--------. --00
was very rought and rain was fall- for fruit for several weeks yet,I limn lust may ho lined Instead of

-e Ing, making It difficult to swim. Murdeaux, he said.( Two or more
s'O 1Ofov1 His son, Wane who was with him adverse(! to weather have virtually conditions concludedany are hnlleveil -! '! applications should,! follow at Intervals Say it with Flowers

!' 111 successfully reached shore but was of two weeks to a month, ..-------
'' t O r 9 I i 15:;: In too weak a condition to return large volume shipments from' Cure should be taken that all part
e rlr' here. While three cam more
llll ff t for his father. Mr. Praetorlus and( of I the tree are (covered and, expeu'olly Flowers For All
today's

a loaded In the rain yesterday,
his son were returning from a the leaves In the eal'lI..rap"lIcttionN.
movement went forward In
I fishing trip and were a short distance OccasionsGEIITiWDE

rmwll, ....?.!?"rfllflnin"uillm...-...-----...-.-.-IVI''..-.....--- above Canaveral Beach when 200 pony refrigerators. My the above method!, he stated ---.- ,- --

THE COMPO"MODERN HOUSE H-IIT the engine; of their fishing bout I that pecan scab could! lie controlled -

YET NOT EXTRESIETH1J : house Is frame with stucco finish, with Coat Closet Living Room, was disabled. They were not far JackllonvlleWllhln\ half an on rich ley and other suxcepllble CODIJEY

COMPO: except the front which la brick. Dining Room, Study and Kitchen. from shore!, stated the son, arid on hour after they had heard tliern varieties. ANDERSON
and sentenced to life Imprisonment .----
of Die high waves selves
By Duncanhunter Architect- The roof Is tile. With these materials Second Floor Three BedRooms account
New York there ia no painting to !!, a Bath and ample Ward- heavy rain they decided to swim at Florida's state prison Bankers. attending/ the Florida, Phone 30!) Waldo, Fla

Keillor's; Note-"The Home Moderns speak of-and repair bills are low. robes and Closets. ashore. farm at llalford Roland Lalone \Hunkers assocatloln meeting at -----,- ,...,- -

," a collection of twenty- A poorly built house is a most expensive Third Floor-(No plan of whichIs and Watson M6ulthrope' escaped St Augustine on April 4 and 6
Wauchula Hardee county Connecticut convicts, were on the of the most Interesting
reached promised one
ftve designs of Modern' housesby buy-while good sound shown.) Storage! space are
Duncanhunter Architect_ is construction costs but a trifle with ceiling stairway. growers have sent 3.1158,238 pint way to Connecticut. The bandit and novel program/ of COFFINS & CASKETS

available to readers for 60 more at the start It shows real .Celling Heights Basement, of strawberries to market thin sea- appeared before Circuit Judge entertainment in the history of
for which they have received Daniel SImmons and were sentenced HHHoclatlon./ The dates were And a Full Line of
cents. Remit to the Buldlng economies In the upkeep as the seven feet; First Floor, eight son the
editor. years go by. feet; Second Floor, eight feet. more than $500,000, a check of to life following conviction selected with the Idea of enablingthe Undertakers' Supplies

The Study on the first floor and Exposure-The plans as shownare shipping records today revealed. for the killing of a local police visitors to attend the I'oncede

about the the' Recreation Room in the basement for a lot facing South or During the last week 17 carloads man. The judge ordered the pair Leon celebration on April 2, AUTOMonif.i: 1IKAHHH(
We much
hear so much of not found In most houses West. For a lot facing North or went out of this county, a total of placed In custody of Sheriff W II. 3 and 4, the convention opening Always. ... IIs.d.1k. area :
Modern" and we see so are ..
reversed. 239,800 pints Bowling Green C.'uhoon. Immediately Edward the last day of the fiesta. It .rlr* a. tea 'lowest prl. .
be
the should
it so called, that is neither extreme of modest size, yet these two extra East plans : Hartford county detect on Special. .......... la trliraMDEWITT '
In character or that does not rooms are of great! ,value since Lot Size-House! frontage, 43 shipped ulne cars and 110 reefers Mickey a In expected that many of the delegated erdceenseI.'renEi .
feet, six Inches; Side clearance, while Wauchula sent out three ive, nerved extradition papers on and their wives will come
lit Into Its surroundings that some they almost double the "living capacity" the : EMntLNEa
of us become skeptical and over of the home. No longer left 10 feet, right 6 feet, 6 Inches; cars and 142 reefers. Prices have the sheriff who surrendered to St. Augustine for the entire
shown substantial Increase during pair. Mickey took Moulthrope and C. JONES
Lot frontage, minimum 60 feet a three days pageant.
look the sound logic which does the living room alone serve
good : the few days, with pints Lalone to the county jail where ha .
Frame with stucco past '
Construction- ft TA UK 12:, FLOHIIIA
the YY
In complete ,
underlies the basic of all true the family a way
!! thirdr'unnortlint
Leo Landry, a
from 10 to 13
finish except front wall which being quoted at picked up Went Palm Deach -- Roosevelt
modern. modern way where each does as Foundation cents f o. b. Returns should. .... convict_ no.' and_ __ left_ Immediately Held ha beacon light
Roof-tile.
The Compo is a small livable he or she likes, requires more than Is brick. for' somewhere In
reach $800OHO If shipping continues - --
house of simple modern character j one !general room if there Is a concrete. Windows-steel case another two weeks, while Coprgla to catch a train. His
without It is house family. Jazz and study don't mix ments. Doors-wood, to special '
the extreme. a I reach haste was due to an effort to
the volume },1s ezpeited.to,
'that would It( into almost any at the same moment or In the details..
to prevent return -
block attempt '
million any
neighborhood ColonIal English, same room. With the Recreation Interlorl-Floors, wood for linoleum -, four Pints of the trio north.Tallahassee can charge your Q UDQU
Ceilings
Walls -
plaster.
1'batnoth, Ini':' n distinctive Room the men can have a poker finlHh. Avon 'Park -Mrs. Mary Edna > YES'we
and modern home without strife game at the same time the Mrs. plaster. Kitchen, plaster. State highway lIllOi
released from
tile. Steam heat, gas Robert today was BATTERY In
Hath Room
entertains a neighbor or has a
with the neighbors, a sort of happy the county jail at Sebrlng upon order department will open bids for new
simple dance for little sister or a birthday and electric wiring.
medium we might say In Its cubic feet. of Circuit Judge! Barker who automobiles.
Cublture-20,300
good taste. The plan layout party In the Living Room. and was advised by a lunacy commission Uoynton New packing house
working plans
nhows the favored compact central The Compo stacks up like this-- Complete that she would not be dan- business.

< stairway a great spacesaver: Basement Recreation Room, specification. of thin house Address are A final report will be pel ray Reach Fire equipment Smith's Parke
nominal sum. gerous. Garage
available for a :
-and space costs moneywhether Laundry, Cold Room, heater and the Building Editor and refer rendered shortly. The woman's purchased- for local lire de

used to advantage or not. coal spaces. 11117. .' husband L. D. "Le," Robert, partment. ,
The general construction of the First Floor-Entrance Vestibule to House

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"Acm FOUR .. ." _. . _- -. . -- -. .- ---. .,; -. h. L : LLc -: -;;' ..:=_.'-.. -
... : their Gaines spent Tuesday night with and i'. A, v-ruauy,
for
-- morning
-- '-- !Ulrs Waiuwrlght I Mad;: I Starke:and other friends were visItors Friday afternoon. deft ,Saturday Summon .,
Clyde
W M Mr. Hemmtngway oC,Starke was i home In Detroit, Mich. Jaye and William Grlner. Messrs. ,
''Mrs. A, Knight. Judge and Mrs. I to Alachua, and Gainesville I
C
A business visitor,in our section II On Wednesday evening trje' menthe Mrs. J P. Dlcklnpon and brother man and W. P. Thomas ot vtUl;
Mrs
T Adkins, Senator and ( I
A. Z
Mr. and Mis. J. last Saturday. Thursday of town put on another of Mr. Calvin Hall\! were visitors to villa were visiting friends ''I,, ;
and
: [/ U M Johns Mrs. K. D. Hawley of Greet Sheriff Epperson 'and Deputy their unique entertainments, when Sunday.'J'J'JMI'
\ Andrews Jr.OMVH Starke Tuesday.
.- Cove Springs returned to( her Supp were visiting- lure .sundaySunday they presented the "Sweet Family"for J. Phillips of II. P. Oalney was an"ntiat:
morning benefit of the school andWoman's Mr. and Mrs. O. business lu Galnesvllli .
the
\\' 4'i.t'If'ro home this week, after a visit will visiting here Sunday to 'y", ,,
and : taking Lawtey were
Mi and Mrs. Frank Merit Club. Those
:MIIT: : Mrs. E. C. Harper. Mrs Rawley, accompanied home by' day
: visiting in Lake Butlei were Mrs. George Skinner as and were- Mi. A. n. Colson was .
KRNIOH n\NH f.:sn.nT.US.UMeBdameR : --- was for several years a resident of baby were part and returned tu, .
Phillips
The regular! meeting of the Wo our town arid has many friend Monday.Mr. Pa Sweet- B II Weld as Ma Sweet, Miss-Mildred ness visitor to Qalnesvlllo M.Ulb.
II. II held and Mrs. J. L. Johnson and Messrs. E. A. Smith F. U. Miller, home Tuesday. Mr. D. L. Polk was n hum,
I). JO:. Knight man's Club of Starke will be here who are always glad to see Adams and Miss\ Ida ,,
Young and C, A Knight were Wednesday afternoon April 9. 1-c.-; daughter Miss Essie and Mrs V W H. Ogden, Lee Blues, Jack Mrs Addye In Palatka. visitor to Alachua TuesdioMr.

I, joint hostesses to tie Senior Class The chairman of the American Last Thursday evening, atP. i 8 K. Sapp were visiting relatives. In "Weber and Harold Lawrence as Hagan[ spent Is Sunday Invited to attend J. L. Shrtver was I iiunna
; evening at will have I of Baldwin Sunday afternoon. the daughters; J. E. Larson, and Everyone business"' In Starke
of> the IIIIS., Friday Home, Mrs. J. C. Hoover, M.\ the Junior Department I School at the Baptist Ing Tuesday
Club. Mr. School D. E. Pangborn the twins; Mr. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. E. T Stewun
the,, Woman's charge of the program. the Hampton High rendered Church Sunday at 2.30: p.m., *',?",
The auditorium was beautifully Honey rector of the Episcopal: a play "The New MlnisteiArrives. ..N.NN......NN...14Keystone Wm Pierce Grandma Sweet; F. remember every Christian Union at have been prominent cit eron .,
decorated In the class (colors pink Church In Gainesville will give an ." The chorus was giver 1'. Miller, the bride and Arneeta and 7:00 ondchurch this community for several year.
at
: Christian Church : ,
ii, h and green baskets of radiance Interest Ing talk on the American by the Hampton Glee Club. Al 5 Heights J Ogden the groom. The affair and was the services at 8:00.: Come are making their present honk. .n

rosen and spreiiReri fern being Home. Special music and readingswill the parts were well played, Inter 0 Miss Melea O.d.., Cor. dA n' scream from start to finish friend. Alachua. We are very sorry i,,,

used In profusion. be rendered. eating and amusing for which .......................... was enthusiastically received by a and bring a .-- lose them from our midst bill wlsb| |,
Several Interesting contents were The hostesses for the afternoonwill they have received many comply 1 good sized audience them much happiness In their new

f ( i enjoyed and' those winning prizes be Mrs. T. J. Griffin, Mrs. ments. The chorus furnished bj; crowd of Keystone Heights I' Judge Mechlin left Sunday for ........................ surroundings.The .

'' 'were Miss Louise Hayes Pearle Florence E. Canova Mrs. C. A. the Hampton Glee Club. was ex young people had planned a his home in Pennsylvania.One S death angel enter: \\\f

a" t 1 i a I Manning and Mr. Paul Knight Futch Mrs. ID.. Green Mrs D. cellent. treasure hunt for Saturday night, of the nice affairs of the : BROOKER : home of Mr. and Mrs Livingston

..r + Dancing was enjoyed throughout ' C Jones Mrs L. (f. Powell, Mrs. The Hampton Junior Hlgr March 22, but due to weather conditions past week was the dance at the Miss\ Pearle Gainer Russ last Monday, March 3] and

and Mrs. T J. Alderman closed )Friday, March 28th the "hunt" was postponed, Friday evening, epon- S from' their midst .
the evening. C. A Knight. School( club house .................. ..... I took their beloved
Presiding at the punch bowl The Commencement exercises: but tho party was had in the log soied by 1>. E. Pangborn. Good : son, James Levlngston! bon,

:i ? ( } were Misses Louise Theile and Cleo were held in the City Auditorium, cabin owned by Mr .Howard of music, good floor and nice crowdall Misses Mildred and Hazel Mor- January 13, 1930. The body l Wa,

t Shepard OITICFHH( : HONORED; : AT March 28th at 8 P. M. The stage Hlllcrest. About sixteen were In helped- to make It a success. gan are visiting( Misses Genevieve i laid to rest at Santa Fe Cemeien\

+ I At the close of this happy occasion IJtNQCKT: was decorated with flowers and the crowd and they !seemed- 19 'find and Edith( Jewell Eubanks In Lake near Hampton. Monday at T .P M I

served an ice fern In which the color ",scheme the cabin, an Ideal place for a City this week visiting at Glen
:; i + r the hostesses ...))N.N..J...1N....S Those SprlIlK'
I I course with Individual cakes, the The National Officers, Mrs Mary red and white was beautifully ar wiener roast on a rainy night I. Mr. Ornal Ward of Baldwin Sunday from here were MINICC
t s" and Laltocra. Mrs. Dora Alexander The Craft Club met with Mrs Monday night here with his
t r color scheme of pink green ranged. : THERESSA : spent Florene and Rosalee Ward Pearl<
:t being carried out In every detail. Talley, President and Secretary, The devotional exercises were F:. D. Mowry on Wednesday after- !Miss Rhoda Zelgler, Cor. mother':, Mrs. T P. Ward. ; Galney, Zuleana Waters Mildred(

An a memento of the affair each from Omaha, Nebr., Mrs. Hoi lie conducted by Uev. F. M Taylor noon March 19. Final arrange Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Eubanks and Cone, Iris Brown, Geneva Harrcii

guest was presented with a novelty from the State of Alabama and Certificates of promotion were de ments were made for the sale .**..+......eMIN1.N. daughters Edith Jewell and )Elsie Barry Jewell and Rolieru

favor.h Mrs\ Vonda Inman of Starke were livered by Prof A J. Oriras. Superintendent which was held In the Inn Thurs- I. Mr. Wilson Russ and Mra. Ad- Genevieve spent Sunday here with Conerely and Mr. and Mrs L \\'

Those Invited were: Misses Lelli entertained In Tampa at a North < of Public Instructionof day afternoon. Mis. Mowry kiiiHon watt to Brocket-Monday to Mi, and Mrs. L. L. Morgan. Barry Guy Harrell and Mdi, 1 K

Doa Andrews Kstelle Kendrick, and South Florida Convention Bradford county, to nine grad. served a dainty lunch of sandwiched I attend the funeral of his nephewand Mr. Robert Lee Daniels of High Conerely.

a June Bullen, Pearle Manning During the day initiatory work notes of t the ninth grade. ProfS pickles, cakes and tea. her great grandson.. I I Springs was visiting friends here Mr. Otis Brockman of Stat k,,.

'' Thelma Andreu, Dora Manning, was put on witnessed by our National S. Howling Principal: of Bradford Mr and Mrs: Mclnlston' and Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Bennett Tuesday afternoon.. was a business visitor here Me..

+ Iris Drown, Louise Hayes, Lent: and State officers. Willie County High School, was family who have occupied the and children, Messrs. Jasper Bennett Mr. O. W. Barry was attendingto day.

Belle Shepard Hazel Underhill, I the Juniors put on their work Mrs.. principal speaker) :! of the evening. Mack cottage during the winter, Wilson Russ, Earl Dickinsonand 1 ( business in Starke Tuesday.Mr. Mi' L. R Galney and diiifchtct,

? I Gertie Johnson, Pearle Johnson, Vonda Inman the State Junior Both the play and the commencement left Monday for their home In Clyde llersey went to Melrose I T. P. Ward is visiting his Lois was transacting buslneft- ,In

Jeanette Johns, Hilda Sullivan, Supervisor presided. eSrcisalJ< were well Meadvllle, Pa. Friday. n'ght: to a basketball game i brother Orval In Wildwood this Starke Friday.Messrs. '
4.6'1. I Eva Marcotte, Leah Struth Lois A Cuban lunch was served at attended which showed the appreciation M.'. and Mrs. Gldley left between Theressa and Putnam week. Ressie Colson and O i

1: 'i '( Colley, Thelma SIlcox, )Edna Stans. noon and a banquet at six o'clock and high esteem of the Wednesday for their home in Hall. Those attending the Union at Mott attended the show in Starke

, 6 L 1 I, bury, Louise Thede Cleo Sliep at the y. M.\ C. A. to flve hundred community at large toward the Dunkirk, N. Y. This has been Miss Ruth Bennett spent last Pine Grove from here Sunday Monday night.

i F ard and Messrs. Charles Lucian guests. There was music through iluss and their Instructors. Mi1 and Mrs. Gldley's fourth, win Thursday night in Hampton with were: Misses Jewell and Roberta hire W. M. Harrell and Mildred

Kickllter, Paul Knight, Theo'' out the meal with the Nationaland The work done by Prof. L. II ter at Keystone Inn, Misses and Eleanor; Harrison. Conerely, Florene and Rosalee Cone and Malcolm Harrell ware

'"It dore Young, Hallle Jones Ouj Plate Officer) aa honored Futch and his flic-lent corps of Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Honser, hire Edit{ Ward, Pearl Galney Elsie: Barry, In Jacksonville last Wednesday

''Ft'i; t Andrews. Lester Sponholtz and guests seated at one table Those teachers has been highly appie- B. R. Weld, Mrs F. E. Carr and Miss Rhoda Zeigler spent last Zirleana Waters Mildred Cone -

Cornellu" Edwards. giving toasts ,and talks, Were as elated by the patrons of the school Mrs 'V. H. Ogden'Idrhve'' to Pa- Wednesday night in Hampton with Iris Brown, Geneva Harrell Litbedla -

follows: Mrs Hollle. National Director 1- as* well as the IV T. A. latka Thursday. PlnhoUter and Messrs. Pes- A. RUPERT
Mills June Adkins.Mr.
} Dr. Oppenhelmer, a prom Through the efforts- of the school Mrs. J. If. Lawrence, Miss returned to sle Colson O. J. Mott Guy Harrell J
John J, Jones
}' v. D. o., ni.i'Tiit: inent doctor from Tampa; Mrs. Helen Lawl'ence'and Misses Ar-
officials, assisted by a very active II. B. Crosby', Marcus Con-
r.NTKKTAINKI): !) accompanied by
: Miami\ Monday
a 1 $ Nl LaRocca, National President; Mrs. P. T. A., our school has for the neeta and Helen Ogden 'were in Mr. A. L. Bennett.Mr. erely, T. B Plnliolster and Art- Dentist

di Talley, National Secretary; Mrs. first time, been placed on the Gainesville Saturday. ford Brown Mr and Mrs L. A
of Jackson-
r and Mist [ W. T. Zeigler
White
Mrs George C. Inman. State Junior Supervisor; state list of Junior High and Ele Mi', and Mrs Brice Love'and i Brown Mr. and Mrs. IV. Pin-
4 Amelia Hay were hostesses to the ville spent Sunday with his par KEYSTONE: Ii EIGliTs: }'I.\.
Miss Myrtle Crump, State Man mentary schools. son Kenneth: of St. Petersburg\, : holster Mr and Mrs. L. W. Barry
't W. T. Weeks Chapter, U. D C., at ents, Mr. and hire J, J. Zeigler,
Mrs. Mildred noon, State few with
ager; Mm. R. M. Paver, and children aro spending a days - -
al Mrs. White's home, on Wednesday< Assistant ,Attendant; Mrs. Depue MUs Mary Blanche, and Haynes friends In Keystone Heights. 1 and was accompanied home by Ills STEAM PRESSING COMPANY

l'' afternoon. The s.f( u'tuus living Stato President and Mr. C. C. Marshall Faver were shopping in Misses Arneeta and<1 Helen Ogden wlfo who has been spending a
Suits Cleaned Pressed and
y Reshaped
room was made more attractive by Whittier, State Woodmen Manager last entertained Informally Satur, whllo with his parents.A ,
1 baskets and bow la of pink radiance Starke Saturday. large number of Theressa people J. Frank Thoman Phone 52
while the District President will preach! at day evening with two tables of -
roses, sweet peas and other toastmlstress. The Rev. Montgomery attended the Junior'High com- _ _______ .______ __ .___ .u__ ___ _
presided as bridge
the Methodist church next Sunday
$F spring flowers. dining! hall was bunked with beautiful morning. and evening. Miss Ellen Kaye of Klljsabeth-!: mencement play at Hampton, lath

1f Considerable business was trans flowers everywhere. The Quarterly Conference, of town, Ky., Is the guest of her sister Thursday night. $alesmeG
1. v acted with Mrs. A. M. Darby pre.eI returnedto Mi' S. S. 'Paul of Miami Is visiting
After dinner everybody the M E. Church South will convene Mrs. F. M. Walrnth.
Mrs. L. H. Hill acting! aa her sister, Mrs. J, J. Zeigler
siding. United Orders Hall for the
the with the Hampton MethodIst Dr. Royal Dixon and Mr. Chester
1, secretary ,and Mrs. d. C. While session which started left New and family
evening was church: next Sunday mornng! and Snowden Tuesday for that AlwarlfiDidOPi
t, looking after the finances of the Miss Ruth Bennett and L. M.
'y with the pageant given by North evening, April the 6th. York, where Dr. DIxon will deliver
-
tic 1 chapter. Plans were made for and South Florida. The girls representing Rev. Guy, of Gainesville, presiding several lectures.

4p Memorial Day exercises which will the South were dressed Elder: will preach at 11 A. M. Mrs Earl McGill.' little sons,

a t be on Saturday, the 26th, at the In rainbow colored evening gowns and Hev. Montgomery, at 8 P. M Miss Anna Prathor and Miss GAIETYTHEATRE DOORS

it)1) ; q Methodist church, and later the carrying lighted candles, while the Everybody Is invited to be present Eleanor Bishop, who have been In ,
U. D. C. and Q. of C. will go to .
t girls representing the Northern and enjoy the services. the Pang horn apartment duringthe ak.w
Crosby Cemetery and decorate the part of this beautiful state' of 1 winter, left Monday for Mead The advance guard .of ycur SaUs.

graves of the soldiers.- The president crystal I lakes and lovely flowers vllle Pa.

appointed the following committees wore pure white and carried pink ......................... The Keystone Heights drug Force--folders, booklets' and brochures

Q i I : roses and in this royal family were NEW' RIVER store opened Saturday under the STARKE, FLA. &?
,,t Cemetery: Mrs. J. H. Rltrh, named- princess. : : management of Mr. and Mrs. Os- from the Bradford, County Telegraph

Mrs. W. L. Wall, Mrs. J. E. Wil Mrs. Mildred Boon from Fort Miss Essie.Sapp, Cor born Stewart, and they have madeIt

p y' Bon Mrs. 9. E. Brownlee. Pierce and Mrs Vonda Inman from ......................... such an attractive place that It e presses.- They demand attention
h t; Wreaths: Mrs. J. M. Brownlee Starke were then ushered in by l III a temptation to linger a* long THURSDAY /FRIDAY
Miss Olive Hay. The Daughters Among those who were transacting with their bold dashing layouH
two little pages reused In blue as possible. Mr. Stewart will also APRIL 3 &c1RICHARD ,
business in Starke Sutur-
are Invited to meet at the home 6f satin to the nostrum where the havo charge of the pavlllion during -
4 I t Miss Madge Middleton, Friday afternoon highest honors were given them by lay were: Messrs. N. G., tV. H. the summer and from present DIX and illustrations. They create coalt -
4 ind O. I). ,Moody and Crystal and
the 25th Inst., at three-
r being/ crowned as Queens of the Indications It will prove as de-
4, thirty, to' make laurel wreaths to State of Florida in fraternal work. Gorman Wiggins and J. L. Johns.MI' lightful a place as the drug store. In tit dence by their handsome,
and Mrs. D. W. Kelley and
place on the graves.! The crowns were of gold and tare. Mr. and Mrs. George Kerr, Mr. "THE WHEEL OF LIFE"
J. JiJ. 'amlly were visiting Keystone clean-cut They
Decorating church: Mrs. After this ceremony the two Kerr's mother and ',Mrs. Allison presentation.
Wilson chairman, who will select Heights and the Camp of the
committee. queens were showered with many Palms Thursday evening. Also 5th Episode of awaken the desire to buy by
her
Cd beautiful gifts from different parts
:y ,i PX Entertainment Committee: Mrs. of the Btate. Those taking part Mrs. Douglas and children J. STERL COURTNEY1Ne01t.1NC1 "TARZAN THE TIGER 4ctZC.e4 their persuasiveness. Let's
D. and Marjorie and Mr. J, L.
and
A. M. Darby Mrs. E. L. niggn: 1 with Mrs. Inman were: Mrs. Slnah p" P ,

t Mrs. O. L. Haynea. (Thls committee Shiver, Miss Amey Moore Miss johns were transacting business in And I/1 talk costs! Phone 29.

y will entertain the veterans at Gladls Williams, Mrs. Peat I Lake Butler Saturday afternoon. 1iEnie'ri! itis: ....:.\L SATURDAY, APRIL 5

dinner on the 26th Inst. Meade, Mrs.. Hutto. from Starke Mr. M. L. Johns was visiting in KS'r.i.rn IIHOKICUStarke '

Finance Committee for the next Miss Susie 'Davis from Jackson- Starke one day last week. Fla.WHEN ALICE WHITEin i// .

ill t three months: Mrs. A, Z. Adkins, ville, Mrs Blackmail and Mrs Messrs. S. C. Crews and J. J. r--

t Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs. J, W. Hall from Live Oak Miss Gore Thomas were visitors in Starke "HOT STUFF"Also

Andrews Jr. from Ocala, and Miss Vonda In- ow

The Chapter was Invited to meet man the only Junior princess, who FAKE FLAPPERS &

i) the first Wednesday In May with also presented the gifts to the Na- Pathe News

0 Mrs. Paul K. Canova. Sr., and Mrs. tional Officers, while the members ,

}' George B. Flynn at Mrs.\ Canova's from Starke Grove presented Mrs.

pkl home on N. Walnut St. Inman with a beautiful mean
+ After the business session ad. purse. WEDS. & THURS. r t WrrraadlsDaa

Jourped the 'company was delightfully The motorcade returned Tuesday '
,
+ "'entertained by Miss Lois afternoon, all expressing :: APRIL 9 & 10'

Adkins giving" two amusing/ ready themselves as having enjoyed one CLARA BOW

ings. Calling on the Minister's of the most beautiful meetings a !in ,
s Wife and Encouragement; after Bradford County'Telegraph
they have ever attended.
y "WILD PARTY"Also
t' ti which Mri. E. L. Bigfcs accompanied 1 1t ,,., .
;t by Mrs A. Z. Adkins Key West -Pumping engine 6th Episode of

sweetly, sang Kachmlrl Song and will be purchased for fire department i ia.ai. "TARZAN THE TIGER"

ft'E Mighty Lak a Rose. ..
+ The hostesses assisted by Miss .d ,JIf

Lois Adkins and Miss Olive Kay, FOIl COUNTY tOMMINSIONKItT '
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t served a beautifully appointed -
salad with hot hereby announce mynelf i\. a candidate -
frozen fruit course b .
for r..-l..ctlon to the board t>f
j jf: tea. Large velvety pansies were County c'nnnnilMHloiierM fur lntrlct . I
e placed on the plates as favors. Number I Two Hiadford county, rubJ ,ta--
nt y ..rt the iemoeratte: Primary, of
with t<>
Enjoying the afternoon June 3rd 1930, and solicit your support -
> Mrs. White and Miss Kay were: Business Is Good I

t 1\lrll. O. L. Haynes Miss\ Ethel I have nerved. In thin .capacity fur
several years given the people atall'
j amino Mrs. E. L. Biggs, Mrs. a. honest and economical service, ,
,
,
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YOU KNOW aMlWINi' ' IIIIIIIIUII' "aIIWU44IIii "' n nu'" Ipal.l 1111"" "'"iii" ml nra.4npiwN,1aliwlwll.aWICAWaIIaIIIYIIIWIW/IIYIIWIa/aIWIWaI' '; ''' : /
elected. continue '' IIIIaeIiWiW4aAIW
W. Alderman. Miss Olive Hay, and promlae, If to ,
the name conservative and economical I
Mrs. J. W White Mrs. A. M. service I have heretofore rendered
Darby Miss Etta Tlson, Mrs. I.. and will appreciate yuur .upuort. We
express our appreciation for the t
a W. O. Halle. Mrs. S. THAT IT'S SAFEThat
H. Hill,. Mrs. J. O. CUBW8.HAMPTON : splendid business
g L. Peek Mrs. O. L. Beaslty, Mrs. r_. given us during our sale I

A. Z. Adkins. Miss Lois Adkins, for the past two weeks and
feel
Mrs. ........................ negotiable bond that ieirloom. that that the

J.Miss M. Madge)Irownlee.Mlddleton and :. : costly jewel . isn't it worth a penny a values offered during that time will con- I

._ 0 Mine Ada NI...... tree A day to keep it safe beyond worry? For tinue drawing trade to this store. Wethank

. . . . . you and at the time t
same remind
k DINNER; : imiixiK: P.UITY .dU that amount rent box in our
........................ you may ,a _
,tUa'lt; \-ault. you that this sale is still going on.
thief proof fireproof .
> Mr, and Mrs. J. C. Robinson Earl Van Alstitie aad family :' ,t
from Savannah, da., are the glle..ts'. .. For Easter
were host and hostess to their club our trade we have just received -
b t at a dinner bridge party, Saturday of Mr. Van AUillne's parents, Mr. YOU and WE keep seperate keys t6 'J-dyr 'box; a big shipment of Easter

t, evening, at their home on Madlaon and Mrs Calvin Van Alstlne. which cannot be opened without' BOTH.: Thus, new
Street. Billy Carver of Jacksonville. tan Dresses, and we are offering them at real
MUs Muriel John 100% security.
Sweet peas, roses and calen- recently visited savings.

dula's were tastefully about the son. I
Mrs. L. II. Futch
d rooms where the guests were entertained. Prof and
t" have recently been transacting Bradford County Bank

Following.. : a five course dinner, business at the county sight.O. J. & R. STORENext
Haynes and C. W. Gillette
,' bridge late hour.
tr ; was enjoyed till a Financial
Bradford County's Stronghold
were business visitors at Starke
Mr. C. A. KnIght'and Mrs. A, Z.
Adkins made and this week. to Postoffice Starke Fla.
t top scores, were STARKE FLA. ,
each presented with a gift Mrs. P. n. Hunt Misses Mary, ,

Enjoying Mr. and Mrs. Roblu- Edna, and Margarette Pearce of

) r t",,, son's hospitality were:. Mr. andS
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1030 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA __ .. .. __ . _00' _ . -- -
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-' mot Newell and the other by Mrs. composed of 26/ l leaders of representative -'as to show the percentage of nn-

McRee of Gainesville.Mi labor organizations, financial employment by age groups. It Is I! all '
kid and
instltntlcinn, Industrial commonly asserted that the wor' I {When I was a spent ; [

-. E. K. Perryman and Mr. groups; land universities was appointed er who has reached middle age Is ;

Bits, of and Mrs. L. A. Davis returned from to meet with omctals of' shelved or at any rate is greatly my spare time playing marbles N

Atlanta. Ga.. on Saturday P. M.\ the Departments Commerce ,
and Labor to consider handicapped\ In either seeking or .
having been called there on account Agriculture

: of the death of their brother what questions should be included retaining a job. Probably that IDno. my grandmother used to say

l call\Ie and brother-In-law. Mr. Needham and how the census of unemployment But bow great Is the handicap I ;

A. Perryman. Mr. Perryman had should be takiMi This committee ? We have no figures Thecensus that I would come to no good ;

been in ill\ health for several spent several weeks In will make It possible to "

Concerning,; Our People, Business and years and his passing away was 'studying the proposals of various comparo the percentage of unem- end. I ,

.
Progress of the County and Town. not a surprise lie has visited groups and individuals, and in ployment among men between 45

Starke several times and. has a'' consulting: with the recognized or- and 60, say with that among

number% of friends here who are ganizations which' are Interested younger men. I hnte to admit but /granny was right Just look at m..

_____ ====n. =_=._n=nnSi = = hear of his. death. lu this subject. The questions. as I piny Rolf. Yes"air. Hint's! my story mid I stick to It,
==== ""' -- ---------II sorry to "It will be possible to tabulate now--
]V now stated represent the consensus, families that in spite of what my friends nay I pluy. Florida may have'
Juconn:: visited her aunt Miss May Peek. tho figures by 110 we
n\TU.n: of the opinions expressed: by the shall know how many of the minemrloymm4eepreseut the Mediterranean fly, but I've got; tho golf; bug. I eat -

TO TILE 1'KOIM.K: ()!'' KI.ORH: members of the advisory commit- families In eighteen holt of doughnuts for breakfast .J go to sleep
endln. April 1, 1930: Alvarez of Jacksonville I
Ik J.fW -' outs organUattoim and I shaved off my
---- ---- Too nndThe"numerous s which one on more of the other counting strokes instead of sheep-
Max Min. Free. spent the week-end In Starke with It Is to in the
I feel that just my
now : cons Ited. members of the family are still mustache because I lust. too many green jieus

s 62 42 39 -- his brother J. M. Alvarez. candidacy and to those who maybe From the Information to be collected I- nt work as distinguished. from rough; \Vhy Jut the other day my wife said "Nat, if youdon't

61 inclined to favor me with their Bureau data thinking and talking In terms of volt you will drive
48y. by the Census thoso families In which the unemployed stop ,
68 and baby) : that I should say defI- "
Mrs. II. K. Roberts
support
; the
46 .48 will be available concerning person Is tlu sole bread- me out of my mind!

63 46 .93 daughter of Tampa, were guests) nitely that' I will be a candidate number of men and the number of winner. Moreover! It will be possible "811) that's no drive that's upllltI"! I came buck. And
65 of Mrs. E. J. Dowling Tuesday for the office! of Secretary of StateIn
n I the average
40 women unemployed to ttthuluto the unemployedwith oho stymied? WII"'I
In
69 Democratic Primary
1 I, the age: of the unemployed how manyof respect to the size of tho who's been bitten good; nnd
41 the only one
lint 1'11not
76 Mr. V. M. Nutall of Jacksonville June; that I will make an active married
the unemployed: are family and the number In the Among the regulars; are: Joe 'VII
little liuect.
wife the people in by that
the week-end with his campaign! among
I spent and how many single\ how long family who are not wage!: earners. relation to Walter). Wntle y
In1.41 Montelth Johnny JInniiu, (no
[rainfall\ for week. and children in Starke. person in, the Press of the State and "Ned" .
out of work than
havo been something more .
they "Obviously Powell Carpenter, Ienthall\ Wyman.Telfalr
If that should Kennedy" George; Flynn, .
and the stump--
on
the leading reasons for unemployment n mere knowledge of the numberof C. N. Christy Herbert ditch and last but not ,
r II. Coulter of Tallahass The members of the Sew and So 'bccomo necessary: that I have In the United StateN These persona out of work Is neededif Long:, olllclal ball tinder Say that bird's lI
least. 10.: K. Pt'l'rynllllonr
s m Starke last Saturday. club met Tuesday night\ with MissMaBelle never held public office in Florida of classifications( will be available for we are to measure fairly and a--- euglo eye cnn tell a golf: bull from a toad stool nt a distance! of
candidate
the
be
and will not
Fore. the different sections of the country curntely without exaggeration! and he his. early training at Sunday
yards! lie says not:(
I \ faction\ except of my sixty
and Mrs. D. E. Knight any political for different elements of the without understatement t, the gravity -
[Tuesday in Jacksonville. I Mrs. Alice Longford spent sev- party the Democratic party: but population and for tile foreign of the unemployment situation. School Easter,) egg hunts
such claims used to bo among the bugs!: but he'a off the
as Cunova
in will merely present Paul
week visiting the
eral days of last born as distinguished from We need) the census to know the
cushions and cush- Pahokee. I may have to this important andd'gnlded namn now --sny" It's too much tike work I these warm spring
Jo .
tops net Ives facts
Levlton. 26tt office Secretary of days, to carry around that portable adding machine be had to
M.
olJtb'ln fig- The advisory committee on the
verso In order to a I true
Mrs. J. M. Mitchell and Mrs. T. State, bUlled on my age, experience for the number of people \\lio Census of Unemployment U ns use to keep count of Ills strokes.Come .

.1 I M. Brownlee was visit- S. Williams spent Monday after- at tl'e liar, acquaintance with ure actually out of work the Censor -I' follows: Dr. Joseph H. '\'IIIItIl.of to think about It, I hero's one nuy: I hope don't take
the people of Florida; my business are I Jack Inmaii. Not that I don't thinkhe's
Wednesday.
[ Oalnesvllle noon In Gainesville.Mr. Bureau has Instructed Its University Pennsylvania'chairman up the game, and that's
with some of her industries : but if Jack was ever on the
connections fellow and all that
I Hue
enumerators. not to register!: as unemployed ; George I B.,) Roberts, VlcoPrsldent \ a
verett Rowe of Macclenny and Mrs. S. H. Butch of notably, the lumber business I living on their National City Rank of links and somebody shouted "fore!" at him, he'd prick up his

Sunday Sunday here with and naval stores business, mid persons throw down his clubs, nnd .sing "fv not the four
I :starke,;; Ralford spent Income and not seeking work; nor New YOl'klInll.1; \ Wlllard\ President good ear
Mr. and Mrs. It. L. Drownlee. the practice of law In the State feeble-minded be Baltimore and Ohio Railway; slid now the five! I've got Ifs four who'll bid I tlm |Ii vim? The
will the infirm or "
(; W Brown was a visitor Band United States Courts.It ranked In this category. Persons George; Soulp, Director, Labor. Hureuii. four-the five-the four--the live.-going; -going-. And!

from Lawtey Wednesday. 1\lrll. W. L. Wall and Mrs. Joe I elected I shall not assume must be "usually employed at anoictipatioiv Inc.; Gray sliver f81'11IpRll- about that time the bull would nock him over the left eye and

13. Wilson vIsited their sister Mrs that office! or membership on the which yields an Income el', llurtinsbur"Vest Virginia; Jack would bo "gone.!! "

Elmo Struth Is here on a I. Sam Dell in Gainesville Tuesday. Important Boards, where the Sec- before: they can be classed among Dr., Wm. A. Jh.'I'I'ldle.tatlKlldan.. It's a great giime, though. You'd better sign up.
of State Is required to sit, x
HamptonVa. retary
from
| days: leave unemployed\ ," Director\ Steuart Metropolitan Life Ins Co. ; HryceM.
Ousnle Mae Bennett of the as a partisan; 'but will lake to the
Miss ; relations rll PMrr's ,
service such impartial has pointed out. Stewart Industrial ll" \STIHin : .... f'
College at Tallahassee spent offlco and that .... far -
State Dr.
New York City;
councplor. S ..
Alachua and deliberate judgment an 1 The census D(, unemployment STERNBERG'S'I''' nnil r -
s Ada Mae Wynn of mho week-end here with her parents Royal Meeker, economist. New Ihr 3.1th.lion ...n. TkrvUliinrnnlrril. H..
during the week- Mr. and Mrs. G. 11. Bennett cnn command; and make a sincere will be a part of the regular population shuntan .
1 l1lng here : be taken In April. Haven, Conn.; Dr. Walter F. Will-\ it.>.. Mllll t
to
I and earnest effort to subordinate census
I will not bn I (',,", sociologist, Cornell, University 'i in: iir.Li.uiLK: HTOUI-:
amid- girls
what I finally conclude Young; boys
_- Mrs. Carrie E. Cox has returnedto everything to Wlllford I. King, econo
Dr.
Jii Denmark of St. Au-, her home in Washington D, C., Is life real permanent Interest Included In the unemployment census mist.; New York City; MBH! Klor 1 1'. S. almost. forgot/ Hint IhlH wan an mid. What I Marled'

jFne was the guest this week of I after a visitUiere with \Mrs. J. P. of the State and Its Institutions but all II(;>r..onlilao. have have finished puce C Thome and Miss MargaretHcntterRond .1 out to nay was that I can order you a set of Spalding/ oliibit.
school and
llora Manning. Mack. : and people. or Htopped\ work will be ,' (for William Clreen. t amid have thorn here lu-foro you ran get Into your knickers!
I This office, through several generations actually started to :
--- by asked! If they employed on 'president, American Federation of .l .. ---..-.-..-....
i<. u. A. Bishop had as her Rev.' and Mrs. E. M. Rooks and has been dignified werq) Labor) ; !Dr. TV., Page, Institute ..--.-.-------- ---- --
aunt Mrs. II. and Rebecca high' personnel and distinguished 'the day before the census enumerator -
\ lust week her children John James of I1conomllI.Vllllhlngtol1, D. C.; wtiulil hind
ill Vol. Hllb\.II. upon. whom
arrived Seventh aim
service. I will not consciously DeLund -
Lawn of Jacksonville. of Alachua were visiting friends public precedents The "dny In-fore (lie census In I 1'1.V.: McCulloiigh! / and Runnel I 1 L.Ureenmaii uslu Fair hold bore roceut- uM. ilofi-ndiint, nnil Hint "hI| here Wednesday. dishonor any U. S. Chamber of County ri'iiilnnt In i>vi>r I the age of ill years. ,
I established but taken" has boon adopted by theCensus nm nf liivorcx.
Matthews and Miss wh'.cli! \ have been ; iy. sold CUIIN.I livlnw 11
|'. E S. Commerce;; L, W. Wallace, American Bald TlftVmliuu l *
basis of determining Hull Telephone It In ordered that >
maintain the high Bureau as a (lrncevilleSouthern I
nc, Matthews spent Saturday Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Stirrency and will endeavor to 1 KtiKlneerlnit Council Washington and hit In htM'i'hy,' required to iittix.ni
<<:
,ksenville. children of Apopka spent the' standard. which should be observed unemployment in H Joy and Telegraph/ Company, li> tli. milil. 11111 of .rnl..lnt| l at lima
( Mr. and Mrs. !II by the keeper of the State's great many Instances the census D. C; Miss AryncsH now located Iiiiulel resldc-iico VIIi ('rK"ii. ..lIh'" In Htnikx. Klnrlfla" tntixwor '
week-end here with for( Dr H. A. (!luldonwelHcr Fed- milil Hill on th. 6th day. of
'.ssmaTing, alterations;; and P. M. Barefoot 1 Great Seal. taker will have to get the Information ernl Reserve" Hoard ) ; J. Chester i foil on street May, A. U| ., I'MII: nthvrwln* the aI-!
of from woman member of the f until, 11111 will b. token
invite the electorate a iKKnllniiii ii
Dew cor- I
1 sewing. Mrs' P. S. Itiireaii] of Labor Statistics In fnrtlirr. ordered l
Bowen, vumiresMeI It
home u*
[berry and Jackson. 2-14-tf. James William Brownlee of the ida to make Inquiry and to 1'lor-1 family who happens to be at Hr. L. C. drily, Depurtuieirt /1Tl/17) I thut thin onlt-r. l be i>ulillHhi. ;
Dental College will spend eider fairly and justly, both when ho calls. Themale members week tar feint, nriMnf'UtIvo wiek In
;
Atlanta J. A. Knimart, Interstate ,
of Agriculture; \\'Irltph.l n
; iounty
to our respective of the family maylr away from of Florida, to Amillloolh the llrutlfnrd
4. Lenthall Wyman was host- the week-end here with hU par- opponents and me, Commerce Commission; Th Ride iiwWMpniiHr ttf K"'tivntl rim iilittiotipulillnlinil .

the members of her after- and Mrs.\ Brownlee.Mi claims to this office! home looking for p> job and In of Mines Ilrrrtlug: IInhlllvlt appe1drdto ,, In liruilfonl County, Florliimw -
'
tuts
"I ,.1\1I. ,J..1\ 10.V.. Tryon Dureuu ; .II ItJlI1..lIrln/f lIy
last. Friday.; > .- I .. . '-' WILLIAM TOOMKU; such\ cases tho woman will not be the 11111 of C'umnlnlnt. I In I li.I'Ivutr'ery .. Id....
bridge club. Dr.\ !':. Danu Durand. Department( ond ordered at Htnikc, Flor-"
whether her husband I... ... 1..11.111111' In Iho Circuit -
and Jacksonville. Florida.--I'd. Adv. able to say l II., IW:1a.Neal :: .
aril. A.
*, and Mrs. E. J. Dowling of Commerce: ; William M.\ 8tellfll.t.Dlreclor Court in and for iiruimirn I'''nn- Ida' thin April
and Mrs. S. L. Peek enter- children have returned to Starke or Soft has found a job and Is at of the Census; Dr. Leon |y. Kltirlilii wherein, W M. Kunth In ( l) mils f)Cli-rk. W. AMHtllMtN.Circuit[ .'..urt.
She will usually : ; :: : ; : 1 Hmith; IN ileOmlunt I -
work that day. and l .Annie
('iiiMitluliiiint
..1 I the Twentieth Century from Gainesville where they TIIK: < KXsrOK the 1-J. Trnesdell. Chief Statistician for I. that the I Hfitil ilofniiilnnt. Init Ailed : shave In a I run rn|"y of th*
whether he worked on nlllrr.n .
'
i\KMI M)YSIKXT: know flit lit my
evening. months \ of I Klor- iMltflriul on
i lust Friday moved several ago. I'npulntloulblreuu of time Census; noii-rvHliloiit of I the Main W. Ar.I\'H1M"N.
previous day, however. resldrue. IN unknown -
,ami hut his
Ida
-- and Dr. Joseph A. Hill, Assistant in Clerk. Clicull Court
hers. IK no person
(
and
of unemployment "
Irs. A Z. Adkins and Mrs. O. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Barefoot A schedule of questions to be "The census Director of the Census tin Mint. nf 1M"rltlii the Nervli'M nf i* 4 4-M-A-2\ \
furnish -- "
jteasley were In Jacksonville and daughters Eunice and Marie asked regarding unemployed persona said Mr. Steuart "will a --

I rimy and Misses: Grace Blanton and by the census-taker In connection bench mark to nerve ns a fixedpoint - -

Evelyn Middleton of Sanderson with the 1930 census of from which to measure' the

| good", variety of seeds, I beans,! spent Sunday here with relatives. unemployment has been announced trend of unemployment In succeeding :
beans,' William M. Steuart, months and years. It will be '
(corn chut,as, velvet by
,or beana, peanuts etc., J. F. Mr. J. II. Hitch, Jr., and Mr. Director of the Census. a basis for future estimates, relieving "
$
liter. 3-21-tf. A, L. Kahr, Jr., were In St. Au- Person having an occupationbut '' us fvom such wide iincer* W'E .GII"I

gustine Wednesday where they not at work at the time the talnty as compelled President _

and Mrs. J. 0 .Godwin of were given a ride In the Good- census Is taken will be grouped Hardlng's Conference on Unemployment

jford announce the birth of aion year blimp. Vigilant. into two main classes-those who to numbered report that from the 3,500-(unemployed -

Thursday April 3rd. have a job but are temporarily' ,
of lack of orders 000 to 3,100,000. With the completion -
11and\ Mrs. C. T. Beasley of laid off on account

|rs. T.: J. Alderman and Mrs. L. Asheville, N. C., have announcedthe bad weather, sickness, etc.; of this census count the /' and G No. 1Green
Thurs- able to work basic fact of tlm'1.n mber unem- LUX
Innn were In Gainesville\ arrival of a. baby girl on and those who are /
She has want work but cannot find it. ployed will be knowtuand-tlie data
I afternoon.jtrs. Wednesday March 26th. and Coffee ;
-a- been named Sue. The following questions will be collodted by organizations as Toilet Soap Laundry Soap I

II. C. Wall has returned asked about a person who has a the United States. Bureau of Labor

'11 Tampa where she visited for Mi-, and Mrs. W. W. Balsden job but is temporarily not at Statistics and the-'ftenntal Census of Its HAilS HAilS POUND
of Manufactures will allow
ral days. were visitors to Jacksonville Tuesday work:

and on their return were accompanied 1. How many weeks since he revision and continued effectiveness 22c 15c

frs. W A. Colley and Misses by their daughter Mrs. I (or she) has worked on his present until again checked out in 21c

decennial census. ,,,,,,,, ,
the
,
and Eva Marcotte were ? IWNNXOIIWNtutLI'
e Colley W. S. Blakely and son. Job will ,, 1IIIIIIInUJliU UUMI.n, U""INf"IIII..IUI1IIJ1iiiHli1, I I
Jacksonville Saturday. 2. Why was he not at work yesterday "The results of the census i"Ulllu"nlllUllllllUt1I1l111ta"

Mrs. L. S. Hutto left for Tampa or in case yesterday was furnish a picture of the unemployment I'UIK:
Ire. E. M, Johns and Mrs.-T. J. Saturday to attend the North and not a regular working day, why situation as Indicated not SUGAR - 10 l'Ol'SUS -

inn spent Tuesday in Jackson- South Florida Woodman Circle did he not work on the last regu- only by the number unemployed )

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visited relatives and friends. 3. Did he lose a day's pay by unemployment. It will bring

Ire. J. II. Bitch returned from not being at work? the answer to certain fundamental IoU-I.I..IClSISU: 98C
where she did he work questions about which nothing FLOUR - -
days
11.\41
ksunvllle Saturday Miss Elise Jones was visiting 4. How many :st.por\i
Is known at present
definite
friends here this week. She arrived last week? .. _. a'"
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degrees _
last Friday from Agnes Scott 5. How many days in a full "We shall know the varying WXYWWWWNauWWINyaYIaXIeW' "" ,,,_XWa11NWIXIINIWIINMaWlnieunulllllXINYWWWIYXM.X' ' ' ''''''''' '
differ '
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WORD college at Decatur Ga., and is time week? questions will be ent Industries of unemployment, different occupa- M.\\\VIM: IIOCK": 37c I
ENT holidays In The following -
her spring
spending asked about a person usually em- tional classes; and different/ sections COFFEE - I.I'OC) C.\S

Gainesville.Mrs. ployed but having no job of any of the country; In the compared manufacturing - mIxYYYWNIIYNNWWIYIYIIWNNYYWNIW.W.1IWNUNmWWlllnNIIINIYNIIXI''' ' ' i ,"INNIXII., ;; ..WnlnxunANWWINI11Wll;; '-'' ';;; ,,, ,, '_' I 11II111110.-.11_..," ( I
Industries as ''
Is ; '
COLUMN and daughter kind at the time the census
G. W. Gwyblr with building trade for intancf.! YBl..l..0W{ l..lllll1'SPineapple
Margaret, of Ilempstead. L. I., taken: LllllJ'S
know how a period oil
We shall
Furnished apart- of her sister: 1. Is he able to work?
R RENT- who have been guests affect the unskilled Peaches
J. F. Klck- two 2. la he looking for a job? unemployment
nent, lower door Mrs. N. B. Hull for the past laborers as compared with Onions
3-21-tf. visit 3. For how many weeks has he
iter. left Thursday for a SLICE
weeks
been without a job? skilled workers, the carpenters SLICIUJ

In Miami. out of a bricklayers, machinists, etc., and
being
Reason for 14e
4.
R SALE Simpson sugar caner Wade Ferguson job. or for losing his last jV>b. the white-collar classes represent.. No. 2 23c 3 Pounds 12c No. I -
Mrs.
seed, genuine Porto Rico Miss Proto Edith and Cotton and Miss Mona Exceptional care was used Inselecting ed by clerks stenographers occupations bookkeepers / pnU, .,WIII/N.IXIIIXI/Ii/IWNIIInIIXWXNIYYNYaI",' "" .. "' .. ''' .. '';;;;IWllul Tiii iI.dlunJ(1W4wlt'IMIXYIIiPIta.eltYWXXMXWI.NaILOYIWXII@IIIWI, .:".'',,, , . .. i / ,,,in'';
weet potato Seed. J. M. Truby W. the questions to be aakTtl, and allied
C. KINGANSPOWDERS
F. S.
all of the tabulate MINUTE
Starke Fla. 117KOKI Alderman Steuart said. In this "It will be 'osllible to OCTAGON 3
Sunday herewith ) Director
at Tallahassee, spent committee. the figures with respect to age: soi
DA RUNNER PEANUTS- I :Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Alder- connection an advisory OATS t CREAM '


liaised! on Redidck limestone man. :
Peanuthay . Boxes 3 Packages CHEESE
bushel.
and' 7Sc per D. I. Marvin Mi'.. Ford Prescott of Dayton, J) & G 1 122e
$18.00 per ton. his parents Mr. 27c
visiting
Fla.3144t- Ohio Is 25e Pound -
Reddlck. L. C. Prescott here this ". .
Mrs. PAINT ,
and week. Mr. Prescott Is'In the gov- FLAT WALL ; ;;,IIXIII111XLbiYIIAIXINN,. , ,..,IIIx,,,,xI i.iimfiiBii'niiiii, ; ,,I ,,,, ?Tmiiimu, u" .In j ail, ", ;,p I 'Ip dlxiu.,;;) ,PI.;;II;'i"',;Mill;;;;III;;'-;II I"H1,;<;!<.;;4;I+;;I''"'".'

''R RENT-6 room house, newly ernment employ at Dayton and is DOZIER & GAYSBest t
nted Inside and out all conilenceg flat washable
also furnished apart- engaged In experimental research- quality Compound Lard - 2 Pounds - 2Sc
motors.Mrs interior' walht
Ilamrlck S. work with aeroplane paint for ,
nt. Mrs. S. F.
' It. c rt.\T woodwork. Ita -'- -- ---;- ,,' , ,-wullijjjj;;;,, ,4
lln
ilnut.. .T. T. Long and Mrs. D. P. > & metal and ; wUWmP'LltJiIY'/"" ,; ;;; ''/' t.I'I ;I ; tl't I

Carpenter had aa guests today WALL r.UNT soft colors I .dt If q
iR> SALE-Owen strain RhodeIsland W T..Jackion. hospitality
for their mother. Mrs. feeling pf
$1
Red setting eggs. I Forehand.
and sister. Mrs. D. C. Is difficult STORE
that
duck eggs and refinement
15; Mammoth Pekin who are on their way from Orlando .p 0 s

10c Starke.each. J. Maurice Edwards 3 2141. to their home in Baconton. .. tttJ'. >:-,. to obtain with any _

Ga. other finish.
-r _,
Satisfaction is a CertaintyII'
Where
>R Mlislonary
SALE-Impro't'ed T. Dell of
of Mrs. Sam
Friends
Strawberry plants. Northern to know Bradfordounty Farmers
disease and Gainesville, will be glad ,..
grown Free from recovering from InjurIes -

Nematode (or insect pest) price that she In an automobile ar Supply Company
received - _ __ Jt
Express prepaid $%.111 per 1.000. Monday afternoon. Gas oi; .
cldent
Southern Plant. Specialist. Dins- driven by Mrs VII
more. Fla. 2-J8-tf. the car wa fi







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Farmers and Farming

; /ffe BRIDGE

: : (Agricultural Editor) .t II I

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Farmers and Truckers Are Invited to Contribute Articles I -i ; Wynne Ferguson .

} of Farm Experiences and Methods Fbund I. Author of PRACTICAL AUCTION BRIDGE* VOL. IV, No. 9 Virginia-Carolina Chemical Corporation {'JPvriI

To lie Rest Suited to Our Country -

y .1ifla .. -_ Cop'rluht-I9ZII, by Hoyle, Jr. I Diversification at Last "Large-tcale production tn industry Bigger Farms Comin.
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The report that farm conditionsare has proved that the industrial lato The average farm u too 81la1t!

: MAKE OF HOG ARTICLE No. 16 generally excellent Is further hold good."-W.M. Jardine. get best returns under mode ,.

BUSINESS I The English itayers! adopted the B to bid, even though D's cards are proof that business conditions are val dlllona. says Wheeler McMui, ThU

Informatory double some time ago, but useless, and the side may fall. But '\ I sound. Improvement has been book "Too Many Farme., .

AND GET they are still more or less inexperienced bhould be sure before doubling, that marked despite local slumps. ThisIs 8O-acre: farm takes nearly aj mi
:1; FARMING in their use of this interesting conven he has a 'No-Trump' hand. The test partly due to diversification, overhead as a half-section turmk

tion. As a result many articles devotedto question to put to himself is, 'If I had which Is now at last: being prac- machinery buildings and rnvalxnent. :
PROFITS this convention are written by their been dealer would I have bid 'One ticed. No longer are farmers completely .Farm equipment hus douil

J im MORE best players end many of them are No-Trump'' on this hand?'; and if the wiped out wnen any Bind l _M and tripled each worker'enp,,*,
most interesting. Here are some extracts answer is Yes,'let him dou Ie. crop falls."-New York: Time 'The tractor can be UllJzt!
I from one of the best that contains "There are occasions! when the nature v-c hourS a day If desired," sun uMcMillan. :
: HIMX'MM.STH; ( IVKSl'fMKrVnOVS: mighty fine advice for our own of A's hand justifies him in doubling "Four-row machtawt,

Had a Htrle visit this morning : FOR players to follow: Z's 'One No-Trump', irrespectiveof A marked effect of fertilizer on potatoes ready to replace one-row and()ttL

iWj; ; l by W J. Sheely, livestock man ,\I'IUIIt''l. WOKK "1 lave you ever realized how often the score. It id impossible to deal la to Improve Quality. Very row machines In planting and nT

I S with tInt A. C, l.. Railway. He trnI players think that an 'lnform.itoryDouble' with this in a short article, except by often Quality Is Improved as much vatlon. The old units of farm a*
successful of example. Z bids 'One as or more than yield per acre.: which became customary
for has been wherein means an in ..
lieves in bogs as a money crop Is month when there Is '<
April
handled a fact it made no difference/? Z bids No-Trump'. A's hand is Spades, A, Q, V-C pamphlet. _But It's Good""Yassuh. era of two-horse cultivation, ..
Florida" farms when properly much to do on the Florida farm, 'One No-Trump'; A doubles, Y says, x, x; Hearts, K, J, x, x; Diamonds, V-O obsolete."
: I, and ha mild Home things that and the following suggestions have Clubs The first hit do look like mighty .
I : 'No Bid'; 0. 'Two Spades, and makes O, 10, x, x; x. thought V-C----
nut ma to thinking. AH an Indlt I been prepared by workers at the game. A pats himself on the back in that comes into A's mind is that /'s Must Make a Profit little-but hit's sho powTul good!

' 4J1i cation of the growing Importance Florida College of Agriculture, self-congratulation for his double; he 'No-Trump' hand consists chiefly of a Uncle Mose Is saying In this picture "Chang it Inevitable in a prove*,

of hog a n money makerH, he Agricultural Kxteinxlon Division, does not realize that even if he had long and solid suit of Club, and if this Every man to his trade. Some from the V-O billboards. country. Change u cOIl8'a"',"-
: that men make good farmers some are Uncle Mose might be described as RAELI, at Edinburgh, 1807
be
267 said 'No Bid' B would still have bid is so, A cannot sure by lying
j staLed that his road shipped t tram anil Experiment' Station: others renting patch of land down on
( 'Two Spades', In the majority of cases low he can save the game. He ohouli cut out for tbe law are nat : a ,
,, I of them from Florida In 1928 Dairying: It rows have /good where a player doubles 'One No- therefore double in the hope that B ural-born doctore, and so on. lower Whitewater He has to scratch V-c-----

,. and 426 cam In 1929. Pretty good pasture, reduce amount of grain Trump' and his partner makes a bid will bid 'Two'of one of the major suits Anybody can open a store and hard for a living, but Mr.: Froney "Last spring a customer boujt

,. t n r'l'He"Th'ro feed. Plant silage and bay crops. which achieves contract or even game, Readers will doubtless grasp the idea buy and sell things-for a while. sees that he gets along and has two bags of V-O 4IZnod ,
, are certain farmers who Hogs: Provide, warm dry pens the partner would have made his bid which lies behind this example. There is no law against anybody's enough to eat Uncle Mose grins competitive goods alongside.lilt
j without the of the "But in phrase of the to be merchant But there and pats the bag. "An' hit's 01'VC. E..
trying a
make on hogs every year and feed well encouragement every game : tells me his V-O corn was .
; : '. money for farrowing sows, Been armln wid V-C since I two t.
of one's
Double'. knowledge the
nformatory partner or
anj Home who make on them some shorts tankage bran, higher. I have used V-O on my or
with
slops, "The writer suggests extreme caution opponents i is of the utmost( importance. work fo'yo' Orampaw.Rather have farms, for ,
.. iI years. and lose on them other' ground oats, corn, etc. OH posts in the double of 'One No-Trump'. Can you r.ot all calico mind one or one baa: o' V-O dan fo-nve bags o' tatoes, with rears the very on oats best,of corn,g,

. ) I 3 years." he said. "The thing toP where shoats rub to kill lice on If Z deals and bids 'One No-Trump more players concerning whom, when something else.Nevah take nothln Expect to Increase my soles result

(do j in for all hog farmers to /get; shaatH. Provide shade and fresh and A holds a 'No-Trump' hand, he he bids One No-Trump,' you know else-no Suhl Dis heah de gue-anna season. My customers it
in of that he will deliver the He holds ol' Mose want. Olt a little, alt a lot, soy T-c\:
make should the majority cases, goods.
Q to the pont! where they ran water for summer, and plenty of pass brands are the best drillers
on tb
Then in the hope either that B will make a an 18 carat 'One No-Trump' hand. On I takes V.CI' market."Frederick
hogs .year. E.Ziem"Dealr
on every all times.
money salt at
4 bid if his hand justifies it, or that if B the other hand, you can visualize some va"THE West Monroe, N. Y.vc.
he enumerated some of the things I'oultry: Be sure that chicks receive -
U E ' passes,A's cards will prove sufficiently whose 'One No-Trump' has often not
4' that will help make thin possible. a balanced ration and have good to prevent Z from making game. much gold and a lot of alloy. You can INCREASE*! EFFICIENCY -

* 4t One of the fIrst things he said clean land for runs. The use of the 'nformatory Double'by have a gamble on a fellow of the latter In American agriculture -
4 .4 are some mighty bard and fast laws
, 4 was I that farmers should keep Cotton: Chop to a stand as soon' A depends upon (a) the score, (b) kind; in the rubber game he may be against keeping: on being: a merchant that baa resulted since 50 Years with V-C Brand
that far the nature of A's hand and (c) his taking; a chance' and if his partner the war will be a strong factor -
that prolific-
BOWS are weather sets In and apply and they're all the "We
;? .rr as warm not on have been In the seed bun
knowledge of Z. holds nothing and and your partner In restoring agricultural:
;, row large litters of pigs. And then side-dressing of 100 pounds nl.rosenous you statute books either ness 50 years, and since the begs
"If Z Yare 20 or more up in rubber have good hands a double of One prosperity. The gain to agriculture -
: i these pigs: should be saved. He fertilizer. Cultivate at game,or even 1 in any came, and Z bids No-Trump' left in may yield you 300 These laws are Just as strict as as a whole Is accompanied nine we have uninterruptedly,all/

, said that about 10 per rent of the least once a week. One No-Trump' and A holds a 'No- or 400 above; and is there any more any others. One of them says thatIf by loss and perhaps Owl Brand guanos. We have on w

,'; I plg now farrowed never reach the Grove and Orchard: Citrus: Trump' hand, A should double. The enjoyable moment In the game than a merchant gives away his profits, failure for individual farmer books today the names of custom,,

I market A little care of the pigs, Continue cultivating to keep down score is of importance for Z wins the when you penalize the dealer in this the sheriff will get him. If be gives who can not keep tip with the
game if he makes his contract. A way?" away just part of his profits at a advanc.-Y.arbooA cf Agri
and :
( :ft keeping them free of worms weeds and or Irrigate. Sprayor
grass should, therefore, definitely command time, all be does Is put the sheriff culture."FERTILIZERS.
other peats will help to keep them dust with sulphur If rut mites on. '

14* alive. Mr. Sheely said one other become numerous on new or old Answer to I"roblem No. 1:1lIearts : V-O dealers, with honest goods at V.C

,' j essential> was to keep the pigs I 'rult. Where fruit has been running -K, J 7 S 3 honest prices, have their profits are expected to contain -

i f growing from the (day they are..1 12 per cent or more melanose I Clubs-9, 8, 7,5,2 their hands when V-O delivers the potash, phosphoric acid and

jtj a born until they are ready for mar-. "russet," spray with 3-3-60 Bor Diamonds-none fertilizer to them. If they keep nitrogen. The time Is coming when who have used V-O brands thromh
j old and Spades-Q these profits they keep on being they will be more complex.: Nitrogen us for the past 40 years and are ItI!
; ket. Just putting the sow deaux-oil late in early
4' April or lIearts-A. 9, 6, 4 I Jearts- 10.1. 8, 2Clubs V-O dealers. If they give these profIts can be fixed from the air, but essential using them. Our sales have suiadij
r i the pig or two In the pen, letting May Begin planting cover cropsIn 10, 6, .. : Y : Clubs-Q, oJ away, even to their best friends, mineralS cannot."-Florida, Increased and we expect them it

) them root around In the mud1 Is non-bearing groves. Vineyard: Diamond.-Q, 8, 3 : A U : DiamondA,J, 10,9,6,2 the time will come when their can't Industrial Survey. continue growing. We are I lellS1J1i

f not going; to bring proilts from Spray vines with 4-3-50 Bordeaux Spades-A, J, S : Z : Spades- .. survive-and that's our loss, and V-C our customers as well as ourselro

1101(11.Nxperlmel'lt. (with 1 % Ibs. arsenate to 50 gal- yours, and theirs. by being 100% loyal to V-O .J
Station folks tell us lIearts-Q .- -!'Have sold Vafor 80 years, and Grossman Sot ,lnc",Dealer,F ttn'
lons) a week before flower buds v-o
Clubs-A K ..... ---1 ------ have used V-O Va.
L J on our own crops, burg,
I that pigs can be kept free ol open or when shoots are 12 to 18 Diamonds- K, 7, 5Spades "Been selling V-O for three years with excellent results.V-O's Quality v-a.-

onus by having them farrowed Inches long. Repeat as soon as K, 10, 8, 7,6,2 and have always found It In good and other merits are proved-our

on clean ground-that IH, ground blossoms fall. Pecans: Continue drillable condition. Never bad onecomplaint. customers always come back for "Land properly 'handled teal,, is

( .< that has been cultivated since clean: cultivation with, disc or acme No score, first game. ((1)) Suppose Z different bbidingaiul play at duplicate, ."-J.E.BECKER,Dealer, more."- The P. B. Halligan Co., grow more valuable as years to by,"-

} I hogs have run on It, The sow harrow to conserve moisture. bids one spade and A bids one no I You can figure out for yourself the Stevens, I-o. Dealer, Carson,Va. Wheeler McMitten.
trump. What should Y bid ((2) Sup- tremendous differences that resulted.
1 .; should<(< receive a good scrubbing Ch'p-buds: and side grafts may be pose Y bids two hearts and B bids

_ before she farrows and should put In. Protect young growing three diamonds, what should Z bid? Answer to Problem No. 13,

then ho placed on this clean buds and grafts on trees top- ((3)) Suppose Z passes, A bids. three no
p ground. A. crop of oats t or rye worked last year. trumps and all pass, what should Y Hearts-A, Q, 5. 3, 2 I J
Clubs-Q : Y > VIRGINIA-CAROLINA CHEMICAL CORPORATION <
I
? ((4)) Y the threeof
makes Ideal place to have open Suppose opens
an Garden and Truck' : Spray peppers spades, what should Z play? Diamonds-7, S : A B : . .
- -
l young, plKH furrowed. with 450'DOl'deaux (with Solutton: Y's bid of two hearts with Spades- K, O,9S : Z : with the censuses of 1910 and the shade. As far as possible, lathing should be prov..., .numer. .

F : Tho Agricultural Extension PI nicotine sulphate in it) to control tin's hand is correct, but, if made. Y 1920, but It Is believed that the I hang clothes so that thet will retain .
vision folks at Gainesville have loaf Hpot and aphldj. Dust corn should determine to help his partner'stpade No score, first game, Z dealt and bid valuable their 1
will
questions yield more original shape.
club A bid tit
one one heart, Y passed And most Important of ill
worked out whereby bid on the ncxt"round.. Bid in
have a system
with lead arsenate to kill budworm
this Z is the and B bid two diamonds. (I) If Z now Information, and especially give Sprinkling: Garments should be should be protected fruni, u'
given choice of
succession way, a \
? It Is possible to have a Spray or dust vegetablesand for in hearts or spades whichever try bid two spades, what should A do/? ((2)) data on pressing agricultural prob- brought in before entirely dry, enemies. The boy with Hie.
game ,
A of feed and grazing crops for watermelons with a tobacco suits his hand the better. If B bids If A and Y passed, B bid three diamonds lems. All farms will be classified spr.'nkled: and rolled up so as to i. rifle, the the rain slo:

I L hogs.: They will Mend Information preparation to control aphlds. three diamonds, Z should bid three and Z passed, what should A Into types of production and alsoas be thoroughly damp before Iron- and the wind gunner storm, uul I
; about thIs to anyone who Plant cantaloupes, okra, and spades. His hand is! so that he now do/? "
value of
strong to products. ing.
Solution (1)I) A should the house cat all take foil ill bll'
(
: two-
:
i It who of afford rebid, V pass
writes ,for or Inquires squash.( Transplant tomatoes, egg- can to despite s denial. Ironing: Ironing Is art whch!'
) an
bid. His hand is
spade too weak to Most of this be prevented.i
\Vhether' Z birU three can
_ Ms county agent for It.bet's plants, and peppers. Grade cucumbers spades or pauses, justify' rebid at this stage, ((2)) If B Is acquired by study and practice. .
; market '''A should bid three no trumps. Y is by all means should be prevent.
J consider hog as a carefully I should bid three ijiamonds, however, Always iron with the thread of the
now in a position where he do The dot
I can one I 1 1'I depredat'ons: of V : crop, and raise them .like they Forage Crops! : Corn, cowpeas, of two things:either bid four spades or and Z passes, A's positihn is entirely HINTS TO HOUSEWIVESI material from the top of the cat, which formerly ,cm
r ought to be raised, so that we can peanuts velvet beans, sorghumand pass in the hope that he can defeat the different Such a bid by B should indicate -'I garment down. Iron each part were
k it make some money on them. Andlet's millet make of at least three no bid Some a set-up diamond suit and some ered of little economic Importai
: use trump players might dry before going to the next. Embroideries -
double three thing on the side.The fact that Y could Homo Demonstration Agent havo assumed a much greater I nportance
market them along about of these and no trumps, but such a I
some crops save on should be Iron
not assist Z's. club bid and that Zwasn't on the Ini-I'
double is with the Increase
September, when prices: are good. Feed bills. Plant a legume a gamble and can hardly be soft
cropIn considered sound Needless strong enough to rebid makes wrong side over a thick pad. fell the Cnn
!*' To do that, we'll have to keep the your corn. You may need the Y Z can make fourepadcs or can to defeat say, it probable that A B have a stopper in It is best to press wool, under a states no population of lIe
HOMi fi: LACNDKIlINa: HKLI'S: to about 25,000,000
; fl spring pigs growing. feed. The the club suit in theii combined hands.
!: land needs benefits. the three no trump bid by five tricks. cloth. Press until the steam ceasesto
k . .. Suppose Y possei the three no trump A is justified, therefore, in bidding rise from the pressing cloths cat destroyed one bird a year
three no trumps. All pasted and Y would be a terrible destruction
bid. V\hat is! his opening? With I
Iml'I"TTI.I.: : .; UAISKIISHlloril : \\KVV FARM PROGRAM three spades to proper the Y should opened the jock of clubs. B's' hand was Under the best circumstances, Iron silk on the wrong side when deed.

: '' >'I'lLI, ('.. st'n' ..: -- the trey of spades queen and Z should as follows: laundering is still one of the hard-' almost dry. b '
open Especally! should cats & t
DIM.IM: i-oic QU.MJTY Tho farm programs given next play the king. A should win this trick Hearts-K, 7Ciubsl0,8 est tasks about the home, bu -Ruby MeDavld. 'I
fined III
week ever ,\VnUF, state radio station and lead the queen of diamonds. Z 5,2 with systematic methods, proper the house during

;r Oyer 70 cent of the beef by the Florida Agricultural should win this trick, lead his king of Diamonds-A, K, Q, J, 10, 9 supplies and convenient laundry I'ROT"'T: YOLK IUK1) AI.I.Ii.S: nesting season of birds. Wheat

per I Extension Division will be unusually clubs to indicate his re-entry and then Spades-4 equipment the labor Involved maybe young birds first hop from i
; ; (consumed III the Southeast are of Interesting, according to lead the deuce of spades. Y must win Needless to say, A B scored four minimized. The following helps By Spuds Johnson nests their wings are not (leveled

above the average quality, and 60 the complete program Just Issued. the next two spade tricks and place Z odd at no trump and thus gained over will of value Does the "chirp, chirp chirp, and they are an easy prey
i per cent of the Florida cattle are in the lead with a club. Y Z thus must those players who played the hand at prove : tweet, tweet, tweet" of birds sound cats. Even well fed tabbies n
'according tor' The program will open each dayat win nine traks. diamonds. There is diamonds Sorting as to color, material, and good to
'4 dunned as canners no game at you? Probably It wouldIf
% a statement from the Manager oft 12:15: Kastern: Time, with a Suppose, however, that Z, when Y ; in fact, A B can score only whether the garment l is very soiledor you were more fully aware of not resist the temptation to ci

c Swift! and Company to A. P. Spencer bit of mimic, and run for 30 min led the trey of spades, refused to play two odd. Y Z will make the ace king of only slightly soiled. the economic value of these the young bird.
utes. 11111 and Abe, farm enter his king. A would win the first trick clubs ace of spades and two trumps as Mending: A stitch before launderIng 'Jlttle As unimportant as It may k.1
vice-director of the Florida with the jack and thus be able make Y held the six of friends. Insects and grubs are been '
tainers, will be on program Monday to eight diamonds and may prevent a small hole considered, this .s a nutter
p. Agricultural Kxtenslon: Division, his bid. The lesson to draw from this was thus able to overtrump A twice. said to cause an anual loss of great Importance and one that ,
Wednesday, and Friday, Theprograms from
becoming a large one duringthe
.' ; which he passed on to county play is: "Never finesse against your The hand is! a good example of clevei 1800.000,000 each year, rfnd another serves serious consideration
; agents!; with comment, will feature several' talks partner." The foregoing represents the deductive bidding.Agricultural washing process. $800,000,000 Is
spent try-
on the,Milk for Health campaign _ __ __ ___. Removing stains: Stains removed ,
u. ' -
: Look up the markets dally and Ing to reduce this loss and keeping
being conducted In the state and ; onomlc-: ; while fresh much less 'Bladder
; L you will see the low, prices stated .UmlC'I'ITIn.\L: CKNSUS AIDS E as provides are It as low as It Is. Birds are one of Irregular

' for such grades, he said. The Increasing the Florida )Farmers Radio Club }'.\U"I, ADJUSTMENT: I basic data from which to difficult. Some stains If not removed -i nature's best agencies for keep-
will send another theair
4, demand for light weight meeting over before washing are forever Ing down the
!Monday estimate annual farm conditionsIn I overwhelming hordesof If functional Bladder Irrltat
;: beef Is a decided advantage to The 1930 farm census Is of special -, set. Insect life, and were It not for ,disturbs your sleep or cafe
: Florida, and since the tick Is abou( Special features on the program importance In view of the far- inter-census years. : Soaking: The purpose of soak- them ths! loss would probably be Burning SennaU<
g follow: "The 1930 census will make ing Is to loosen the dirt with, less or Itching
much
out of the way, beef farmers reaching economic changes which : greater each year. Backache muses'
Leg Pains
or
Saturday Apr. Florida Farm" available exact data" regarding effort and saves friction on fabric
should see that they have plenty have occurred In American agriculture Since birds are such a valuable aches, making feel tired,
lews. 12:30: -Preservation of and livestock expansion while washing. Cold water shouldbe you
t T' of feed, available pastures, and the last ten years says : acreage force with which to meet the Invasions pressed, and discouraged, wbft
Florida Wild Flowers-Mrs. Spencer In recent ; regarding the used In soaking clothes.:
years
quality cows, and realize a profit Nibs A. Olsen, Chief of the Bureauof I of Insect armies, it Is to try the Cystex 48 Hour Test )DM
M. Sterns, High Springs. shifts After clothes have
various In specific lines of Washing:
9: by filling this demand with quality Agricultural Economics, U, 'S.I our own advantage that .we give give f
Get today
up. Cystex
Monday, Apr. 7-Meeting of Hallo farm production; concerning the been soaked for a while the water them
beef he explained. of He every protection
Department Agriculture. possible *
( Club; first talk-The Value of trend In farm ownership and farm. can be drained off and warm water It to the test. See for your
lie also mentioned a sale of appeals to farmers to give every I Nesting places should be provided how and whIt '
quickly it works
deeding Dairy By-Products to tenancy; the agricultural census, added. A good mild soap or wash- where
Polled timber
Hereford, Angus, and lied assistance to the census enumer- and hollow trees doei'!
stuck Jacksonville Livestock-Hamlln L. Drown, extension for the first time will endeavor to Ing powder suitable to the material have been floes Money back if it
breeding at ators.Approximately'. removed from *
large and
; April 10. : dairyman. Second talk- TO.000 enumer- secure information regarding farm being washed can be dissolved In areas of land. Shrubbery should bring quick improvement,
i Marketing Eggs the Cooperative Income for the water and the tafyyou completely. Try Cj"
and expenditures operating rubbing process be planted for
: .
ators will be engaged In taking this purpose It
nec- today: CorpenIM
(i _ Way-C. It. Magoon, Duval County equipment; data covering continued until clothes are clean. essary. Water Only 60c.
the farm census 'In conjunctionwith for drinking
TWO ,t-11 ('him illll.H poultry specialist. the population census which the dairy Industry will be espe- Boiling: Only very soiled clothes ... and Drug Store.

_ _ WIN *.V) KAOI EDIt I Tuesday, Apr Crotalarla asa began April 2. Preliminary results cially valuable in view of the pres- should be boiled, for soap and
KXCK.M.IMJ: : IN HT.VTK: Summer Cover Crop for Pecan the Bureau ent uncertain position of that Industry gentle rubbing will remove most
will b& published by -
_ :)rchard""7-a.- II. Blackmon pecan of the Census. Departmentof I ; complete Information will dirt. Colored clothes, silks and

_ _ Anna Raulerson Alaehua and culturtst. Florida Experiment Station Commerce, early in 193), but i become available on all phases of woolens should never l M! boiled. STRA WBERRY PLANTS OF QUALITYFor

t : I>ena Bennett, Lake Duller, will 12:30: ( -Recent Livestock the figures for some States will : the poultry and other livestock Rinsing: Much depends on this

_ each receive $50, given, by the Troubles-Dr. F. )F. Thomas as- Industries. process. Clothes should be well
this fall. fifty
l 4 Florida Federation of Women's sistant veterinarian, Florida Experiment be"The available farm census," Mr. Olsen, "More Information than heretofore I I rinsed; they should at least be put years we have grown and sold the best strawbtrry -

.I L Clubs to winners of girls 4-H club Station. been will be available on the fruits.A through three waters, run through plants grown See our agents and get your orderin
l ,. says, "has organised to i
contests, at the short course held Wednesday. Apr. 9-Whole Milk yield basic Information which will special fruit schedule for Florida -, wringer and then they are ready with them or mall direct same to me. Plant crop Is

I ut the State College here June 6 For Nutrition and Health-Miss and the Gulf ot )Mexico coast, : for the bluing' water. Blue onlya short this season every place
enable Federal and State agricul- so we advise to order
get
to 13, Miss Flavla Gleason. state Mary a StennIs, extension nutritionist. tural institutions to aid farmers and a similar fruit schedule for few garments at a time, Put In early and make of you
sure .
i home demonstration agent, has an- -12:30: -Primer for Town California and certain counties in them In water well opened out and your wants
In formulating plans for Improving -
: nounced. Farmers, other Pacific Coast States will pass-through) Mr aRonU are A. J.
the economic position of farm- secure quickly. Grime, A. J. Thomas, F. P. FIum s
\ Miss Raulerson excelled In gardening Thursday. Apr. 10-Milk for the ers. In this connection, the census information on the acreage, Starching! It starching Id to be Rrownlea UFO.., Bradford
and food conservation. She Child of PreScboolgeDr, County Strawberry: A* oUtlon
I. Is vital to the research and number of trees, production, and done, clothes are wrung outl of and J. U. :
; 4 realized a net profit of 282.13 Oulda Davis Abbott, chief. Home statlstiealwork of the Bureau of sales of citrus fruits, classifiedinto the blue- water and starched before Moore Lawtejr, "a. Prlcee good Missionary,

f from her garden last year, reports Economics Department, Florida several varieties; similar Information drying. from young beds, OOO to 3OOO.) *:a. Over OOO, '3.73, f.

: _ _ bhoW.r Experiment Station. 12- aU-I'rac- Cream, Butter, and Cheese in the will be obtained on Drying: The sunshine of the

Miss Dennett was outstanding In tical Methods for Breeding .Up Diet- -J. M. Burgess, dairy specialist. grapeti, dried fruits, and other great out-of-doors Is decidedly the o.b.bl'Pe"J.

h poultry work. She trapnested and Range Cattle In FllrlJn-C H. State Marketing Bureau. tree and vine crops. best method of drying the family A. DAUER

kept accurate records, selling Wllloughhy. professor of Animal 12:30-Clean Range and Clear "There Is practically no Increase wash. White articles should be

:$281.86 worth of eggs. during the Husbandry, College of Agriculture. Profits from Chickens -Norman R. In the total number of questions hung In the bright sun, while the I LOCK BOX 38 ..Jt"DSONU.nK..

year from 34 pullets. Friday, Apr. 11-Value of Ice Mehrhof, extension poultryman. to be asked farmers, aa compared colored ones should be dried In I Ii -a

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& : nRADJ.'ORD COt.'NTY TELEGRAPH, 9T.\RKB. FLORIDA .. .. . ,... .... .
1930 . --- -
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\rlUL -- -- -- . -.' .. .. --- - '
.. .. . . -------- ---- -- -------- NOTICHIn
- - -- -- belntc i In Bradford County, Florida,
business before you Wnrrantn durlnir month I
the poultry
rpt' C ross-b earer." I Hal. April I. 1U.10 918.3(1( I IW. I tThe .
7 Chrlstton Endeavor. ran make your plans now and look I heteby certify that the toreiroInKtatninrnt Northeast Quarter of Ihll I Circuit Court. 'I'wpnly.RI.lh .fudlclnl -
p. m. Tips" column for all ahuwlnic bnlnncaa at tint Soiithweet Quarter" IMBR one ( 1) I I Circuit, of. "'1".1,1., In and for
Topic -"What is Involved in deciding to "Poultry hoKinntncc: of end ut the ilIiflif, of I iu I the $1111 I head 4','rnor of t.t.o I I l4rsl furt "'ount\ In Chancery

for Christ (Consecration of the. fundamental Information the month herein above *tate>l, and Tw.nty-Nln. (2U; ), Townnlilp .. . M. it. FiirvlN
wi" need. of the receipts and warrant INHIIOI (T) .South. HUl.. Twenty-One (1 c'cmipluliiunt.
.llfttlU!:. ) you : during mild month corresponds with I.act. contnlnliiM i 3'\9 Il"",'" 101'" I I VII
8 m. Evening worship. Song I Next week we will loll you how the re 'nrd* of my oltlco. and I* true I,''' W. Ollrcalh.llrfendlint..

p. to plan a. home fjor your chick and ci rrert to the bent of my knowl- J. I.. KKAZKK, I .
and< Sermon. VK and lIe II", I also cvrtify that Special Manter I Mnnlpr'n SnipMotlcn

wordlsa lamp unto my feet, and i light unto my path.-Psalm 119:105.: Prayer Meeting Wednesday evening and week by week, wi will potiu th. following In a lint of all t>ountdefiotiltortfH \ K M. JOHNS, i. iclveli. I that, unilfr it.S >
balance I In, I I flnitl t dnrre
I' out the things that need to bo at- ehowlnic the Solicitor for Complainant virtue i (if that .1'1..11
at t. o'clock. each at the close of the mom It h..relnnrnt 4-4-SI-G-2 '0,1' nnd piilvrvd ov he I llonoritblaI

:Iaj tzitrz. All religious teaching, doctrine or A cordial invitation to all\ our ittuuuu lo, tuKeiuur w.iu moueru aided, and the amount of iiecurlty ----------.- -- I 1.\I .. AdkliiH, .ludicn of I 11. itbo*.
:LLILI4 414J 4444 creed, U they are to have any claim( practice which we hope fuinlclivd by each such dpuItory *- I named Com'I. on 17th day '.'. A.M .
with services extended to all.Ji.l'TI4T poultry and the nmnnnt of Int"I."tI'Rld XtlKIJ (>!" irIS *l. DiStil' Utt.H >. I III'!! In that lertnln cuu-c ll.ereIn -
the love loyalty and devotion of the people must be In harmony will be of value to experienced or credited durlnir mild month I i ..h'.ry. wh."rplvi M.U. .
the Christ whose words fit Into fold and crevice Sixty diivn, lifter dnto herecif on il)- I'.n.lnl .
Lenlnes of Jesus every well as begin- paid depository on accountor I. complainant I I and W P.Ullr"'h
I poultry raisers us : wit the 1'Olh day of May A. l IL. 1930. .
:
heart, and of whom it was said in Joha7:46, "NEVER MAN current daily balance or time de- In ".r",1311. the I linderntpriipd
|Fhurnan 1 will I I I |>rcr.tnt my vouchprn and finalnccoiint I f
MAN. l1
L,-, T' *TWP" THIS l 10 a. m. Sunday school. 75 \Vln... my hand this let day of to tho llitnnrahlu (1 Ipo. A. April" A. 1>. 1ttt:in, during the Ipfrnlhourn 1
referred A t Ia cii liter. County, J oil of Brrtdfordoounty of stile| I in front of
The "Church" Let make It 100 next Ih..r""I.
church. us 11. 130.n.
\ present. W. AM'KUMAN. 1 I.rld., ne niliiilnlntriitor of the South door of thn coiirlhoi.Mp In
I' to by Jesus was, and is, the great Sunday. MODERN EDUCATIONREVERSESOL i Clerk of the Circuit Court. 11 PHtate .f.1 /. Andern, 'dpcpanei!, the city of Stark und Ctnutly of
SCHOOL believers In Subject- Hradford otMinty.Blanche Salt for their approval nnd mydlm'hurirn stale of Florida offer for
Sl'SI\Y of regenerated Worship.
11 Ir"lf.rl.
body m.
a. I
Alderman, l>. U. an mult ndinlnlntrntor.I will to the hlHbent und
LESSON ii I in. "Is it nothing to you?" Thin 21.t day of .r."h: A. 1.I. *930. boHt. olddcr ...1 ,h thn followingdvnrrllied I

I In Act 20:28: Paul charged the 7 p. m. n. Y. P. U. IDEAS : MITIfM 01" 5 tIll U. J.o. "A'I" I l i i i landn Ivlnir i and 1.lnl iu
\'I.I'1 ,\lmln'"u'llor.' estate uf J. / An- ltroi frI County t \'lorhll. lo wi.I
elders of the church at Kphesus: 8- p. m. Worship. Subject r. " ,Kut I l..t of I Ih. ".. -
roil .\PIHI 8, 10:10 "Take heed heretofore unto yourselves 'Outside a closed door." Notice Uoroliy n"lce In glvun that uniterand 3-21-H-A-U! ,, ,< tar of hw..t
.-...- by V .f that cirlaln flnnldvvrvo -- Half of I MoulheiiHt, fiuwrtprof
and to all\ the flock over the change from 7:30 p. m. to Business Institutes Use the of. forvi-liiBuru nindn by the --- -. the Northwest 'Iuini"r| all In Section

|;..jvrTThe; Law of the the whim the Holy Ghost hath 8 p. m. for the Sunday service and Plan of Getting People' to JutlK" "t tlin ac.tli. Judicial cln-dM. 'tElIt 1: OF FINl.. !)!"('" u"al I 10, 'Townnhlp A Smith. ItanicK2f ofnutlnfyIn
In nnd for Hradford Slilv days after date hereof on to- : ( 1..1.: for I lit 1..1..0..
made you overseers to teed the mid-week sl.'rvll'eVedne day. Think Rather Than In ('haneery. on the L'oully.n. 1lorhll. wit : ''h.2
'liE:',>: TEXT: "If any man church with his own blood." In March. A. 1>., 1930 In favor. .of The in'%. vituc-licrn and Tlnal' account H. CHNWS: .

"m, after me, let him deny 1 Cor. 1 : 2 Paul addressed his letter There will be Sunday School and Merely to Learn. corpoi'iillon.KtHlvral 1.11.1 Hunk agiilnnt of (Kin':.Iumb'i rvwit'' a, I I ,i i ncr, t.county I Hie HoaorablA I JiidK" of tleo I Hrndfoidcounty A. UII','r.i II. M.Rfipclal I NIII.I'I MI..r"",I II I In. C.I'y.V.' kNIII'r,

II I nd. take up his (cross and "Unto the church of God whichis preaching next Sunday at 11 A. M., . vt.n.1.l., lu-foiKliintii. Tlin I 1.'I"rlll. nn admlnlntrntor l I of Htl let I Complaint i .3.7.fjt 4 4.

'U', Matt. 16:24.: at Corinth to them that are at Christian Church. Come. There is one general principle u"I.r..I"I. "n Su-clul| Master, will I h. ".."I. I I. M. Hliyder. dvcenned.nnd -- -'--

:';cN TEXT; : Matt. 16:13-26.: sanctified In Christ Jesus called\ to I at the basis ot all good teachingand 10'1'Court r.r .ho is use at I In the NI.rke.'lnrl"front 1..1 of., \ .1".lul.i iiHk .fur IIM their Much appi'ovul ii""lininlHtraior.i and IIIi ) attsttiiir's: 'till '

:, wo continue the study be saints with all that in everyplace l'Ol.ITItTIPS It is that n porsau learns moro ddrlnir 1lu> l *Mnl: hUl' 01 ", day of MaulA.. V>..

,. ,,K in Matt' 16, as to how call upon the name of Jesus I, readily: by assimilating the experIences i Monday nrid Mil bidder 6th.: land for, ,lo' .II.th.hlKhcct fol.10"1.1 I-- 1930. A. 8 CUMVTH.AdtnlnlMtrntor rnTI'1 m 11.I .S. That I",'r

I 5000 people with seven Christ-our Lord both theirs and which he himself encounters -I I i lylitic i and \ epdato' oC II.l M. ruyder "," Ihll cei, lain' writ
.1''rlb.,1
II.t,, $ a few fishes, contended ours." And In verse 9 of Chapter !'uu.t lug lit Poultry than In any other way says \j i II is .,11'11'.1). t 3', \'I.rhll. deooasod.32IIU51II of execution the hand' iHHiied nnd Meal out of of th and., I'lerKof under

Bribes and Pharisees as the apostle Harold Stonier National Kducatlonal I to-wll : __ "" I lie Circuit Court t.f Hradfordti '
|,III l 15. of the same letter The hiis'ness Is a fascinating The Nurthennl IJunrli-r of I -
poultry III1I.I..1 the
'II aohlnKS.:' Jesus then ret said, "For I am the least of the for anybody who Director ot the American Institute en M Ijtinrter .f Hinithwvut tJ '.tl'I'lj] ol"stwl'l.ut-s '11.1.1 Illlli'iintv day'of, 1 I.rhll.July. 1.II'h'K. l !.1..I., 'that

northern end of Pales- one of Banking. This Institute and Eiemt Hal of fouth.n.t Quarter I II , for coHtn, !I tn whlcli
nt that not meet to be jutlitiuent
am
t apostles, Half
. KUMI 1111.
his chosen disciples I likes to bo financially independent, I U tho educational: ",,('lion of the ) 111 Nurihwcst. I i I Not ten IH hereby given Hint pnr* I 11. ; Knlvht wan plaintiff' nnd HK.
(rive called an apostle because persecuted small of Norlh.I1.1 !Quartor If ,' final decicttnmdo I nun I In the
who has or can secure a of Mull lit til that certain Iruwl .h.r"I''t
list ructions. Our lessonWhen the church of Clod." j American Hunker's Association I mirier' and I t h w set Quarter on '. .till t day of 1..hrllll.y. l'," "II"''" I(neil lf.rdCounty.

Jesus came Into theI area of ground and, who enjoys "Tho most ndviincoil people in Northwest. IJ..rl. of 1'lh"II..1! 'I i .'. H. rillO: 'I', ly the lll.i Circuit : I 1.1"111. certified I t tran",'rlpt
comparing the var- \\ > t I of : 21m: 'jlrl.:: : .
It Is only by honest, wholesome and constructive emphasizing the !1I"I.J. and < Inlt :1'lhw1 Court, ,of I the ., Circuit ofvhiill filed n I th CircuitCourt
today are ,
,I Cnesarea 1'hlllppl. he Ions references In the Bible that teaching !Quarter of Norlh".t In nnd for i Bradford I County' of Hrndford lountv. .:l.t ula. [
disciples saying Whom work. Importance of activity on the part <" I ihi'itHi juurirr II .smtlon 81, Florida: : ,: In Chancery' I In, a cane pciulIIIK :: : *: liaNo I levied: I upon and will I I I .n ..i for

>i we can gather Christ's meaning as The poultry business used to be of the student," he says. "In the Tup. (.. N..lh, Itunifo ti KiiHt. Coti- In, aid cniiit wherptn, Bradford nn and will sell!| on 1".11." .I Ih.
I n\ that I the Son of man to his "church." Jesus further affair' and i Is tulniiiMT ItTi urt-en lit'Ie or I less. I',iII .1)' Hunk. a corporation." I In complainant 7th duv of April A I.. f ,11..nl
8:27 the question largely a hack-yard schoolroom of former, days we often 1C. V.. KNII"T.NI..I I u" awidow I lie U'ttal hours "f|[ .. thereon
Murk : 'I"f..I.
thou 1",1 "hll
i said to Peter Whatsoever !still! being conducted In tens of heu.tsRclL\ phnues as, 'He :''L.I,'1. .t ul.i lire .,. .it.i a hi t*, t Ih. un- ti'titI' I "Houth dooi of lh i. iiuirtbonne

hum do men say that I am? shalt bind: on earth shall be bound homes source ot Don't do 1'1 :f. JOHNS, dernluiied nn rM>oclul I Mauler III In theity of Ntnrk. C'\D'y
of as a heart .
thousands still. 'Learn by Slut.f' Florida I
"Whom the : fur CUllllllowt.I Chancel, In said t'tine. will offer for of 11'I.H..I'o. .
9:18. say .
|'11.lIke i : in heaven : and whatsoever thou that additional Income that Insure that. 'What 1oos tho book say?' Sollll') .-..51-G-1 nulu and; nell ill, l'ii I hI ho Auction tot h''oh.1 1.,1 bv".t I Idilder for i nih thn

ini I am? Ills disciples! shalt lose on earth shall/ lie the comforts and edur-.tlon asks 'Whatdo Im ii I ti tii'ch ntul bent bidder for cunh r.Itvl"l ,'."'I Until land. 'lylnn nnd
B.rcd, him "Some Bay that 18:18 some of The newer nt Ibo, Houih, Hixjr of Hin County II II"I City of Slurke, HindfvrdCoiintv.
loosed heaven. In !Matt. : luxur'es: of life. However.. this you thInk?,' IW1ot'ae! your reaction M \S'I'I'U'.1,1: Court lloiiup I I In Si nil,.', Bradford .'I"I.hll. to-Hit :

I :at John the Baptist: some, Jesus: made the same statement to of specialization and the to that experiment?,' 'What Comity. Florida\ .Iurlnl tbii' lean; MeKlnnliiK IIH r..1 and Ihrpt InrhPlSouth
is an age the. of t Norlhwt
i ml others" Jeremlas one all .the apostles. After the resurrection poultry business In t the last few did you discover?,' 'What reasons: by NIII.I.vtrtiiH t of h that.r.l>"y KlvtMi I ,final under I ilrrroumttde and '"\1".1.01", A of.1)wile. 111.11),;t )on, I ho Ih.I followliiH I 7th I I day' i1-of !INi..llk 1 of "IelttI'i'It; : : Allilltloll: ': .ll i IliWII
0'1111 o, Florida on Hie I K tl digs
nmphets. he with ten Inllrndford
"' of Jesus met ans\\'rr'l' laudn Ivlnic and bPhiK I I
the for
his disciples to year has come to be one of have you your and sent
hall and said (Jno. school, la taking . JiidKro I '
ut of his disciples nation's great industries now "The texpre>alns' \ / A.lklo. If Tbu o.uarter, of the fifty ftftt, thence tun Mad; nnd

", ,imong the Jews. Thus they 20:23): ) "Whosoever sins ye remit. amounting to more than a billion the place ot tlip"repressing: : and, .and Slxth ,J, uI..111" I Circuit c'uul'Y.I of Klm-ld.i.)loinrldit I hi, 5.111 i .." tollhw..t'Iual..r of I Ihu Norlhv.nnt hi ltd to Ninth to.lr..1 I the laid|IH: ft of or\VnlnutHired In Ihenirvpt ,

'I "nfiied, what the peopleh I I they aro remitted unto them ; and dollars a year In the United Stair listening school 'The\ il.issvoom UbecpmtiiB the 1""t.rt of March. A. 1)., Mtiarter tb tiiul Noithwi-nt Hie Si>ulhw..t iiuarter, tiuurteiof of IheHiiuthuuHt I 1111 l l.vlnit punillil' I lo ald 1

4esus and were able to tOl'alll. sUuI-! :; In that coitaln muse tht>i"<'Ill Walnut I Iliencc run South undpurullvl "
ii whosoever sins ye retain they are and an OJK- i a 19:1 iiiarlor und I thn Houili I lf..tl
of
alone. The value poultry I In )' whoroln ,wl. I Walnut nireet' nin I r .

report. lie was com- retained." Theme numerous detached eggs; produced In the United States* i of 8elt-e.tprcs; u place ot mental I 1"'IHlnl 1'1'1' In 'hln"C'"''11011"1 end II. It iof half th,of' Null the h ('NII'11, (|ltllHeli half llieiKe %w\; to \;;; : IH ohItitig> : 1
:
..ilin the nnptlsl Elijah I statements of Christ are amounts to growth Thn m d'rll"C'ptll .1,, ,.. ItOMII. .1. .I bli I I. Illlll. t i :of I tin* HoiithweHt: :|htIiuIii: and: Hi;:' Hip name' belliw; 1\I'lh.\ Niilli ot
the in a single year nosy l.nllKiHull.. JoHxIf llanco, Hall, of, Ihu NortheiiHl' ouarler \\allllll '',,1'.111
\> half t 11"'h.n
'mish, Of course what he educatJJnl'o personal experimentation. 1.1. CHI $ ,
.1. I quoted that you may see about eighty per cen't of the cnpllalbntton of Cuil .1.1..*. 1.11 .IOIII I..y JOIIVH, { of t Hlo I, .SolltllWOMt iiuarter of Hie Hald Illoek 1 SII. i .:.

..nd) Pharisees thought Je- meant by his "Church" and its of all the national Individual luvoftllgallon! iLl I,"' "* : and creative adinlnlNtrntof of the, Kliitc. nf V Ii.lunc . t"u'.w..l I ti, Houtli. I 2. I'iantitMd City of Mtarkn, ..
r. u tmposter government. twenty-four crltlcnl! discussion | Inll' and 1 nnall .> banks and to about : .1, *. ml I ItM'LMiHod. itro defiMidnntn t I Mutt Kontiilnln*; :110 ",'1' or lonn,
uf* satd to h's disciples Verse 21 of the lesson says Jesus i"vt of all the money In circulation self-expression. The pupil really I HIP unilorHKiitd( wi.I 1 on Monday.Hit Alno thooitheMt 'I',Ci't en of tlioHoitthwcnt of .It..tylnl ..Id J'111 m. tit
?" per Is ahlo to ins titillate 1 1).. 1IUKI. ,iir- uf duutliwcnliiuarier I I 1t., iT
m say ye that I am taught the disciples ns to Vila An leArns only a* no Mb day of CI411.t.r W. .T : : !
in the United States. t rml I llipr<- ot (.ida ln the UaI 1' 1..lhl 'I.WI- .
inn and its answer are death and resurrection. tho new meantnrci I : : Ilia I. 1 Sh.rlrr of Hrndford ')Pln'y.'
1I coming the far-flung cattle ranges of tIlt t front of the ; door of nhlp, ( \ :: 7. ..1 4 t
i'tint to all. It l Is the but Peter rebuked him and said. anti prtnrlp'es: with his prviotlsexperiences. CiiiirHiniina In "tUI )' of Mlnrliu. ISiint, ,and{ ciinliiltilnif i to ii,' mure _. -
West ore vanishing, poultry production Activities! therefore I t t I S of l.*loi, Ida or less, ulni" I'lHnt half i of lol i -
the Roman .
on whkh "This shall not bo unto thpe. which Is more economically around II'a"rl nlnlv.lilirhviit LIiIeifmr, , 'INI and I r< n.' half or l.ot 49 In Heel 11.I.I.: N t.i'l

nit to the Jews (Matt Hut; Jesus said to Peter, "(let theo concentrated constitute the nliotil lorco 'I I : do.MM'lbd to nil e lylll 211', 'rwl'| fi. \.llh.i UHIIWB 32 I'.untI --.- -
adapted to pop Kionpcd th" new factors .. f"I."ln", in-cold lux to | ret'"i'lil i II HKIlluihllr .
hat shall I do then with behind me Satan : thou art an increasing In greater; which are "it| .l . Lirndford L'nully. I 1"1',1. of llrndford c.imi.y. Nolle In (hut tipit.i i ."id" b'
Is Ilven.
ulation In edticalio'; Th i pilnmry reBp Idl. to-wfl : luilf .t"ln wilt r ni"' "i
n u called CLrlat? And Whatever of Noilnw,>HlJunrtxr I I"In. In I'lld I 10.1. I I. l"lt. I, wild vllut of I .
unto me. t offense PoultryraIsIar HonlliraMt
and greater proportions. of the t< nclicr i U to out of and undoi I .
nslbllty! A cadi Ilu. 1.,1
Mi-run
v that tut many peopleti the plan of :> ( of "w.nl\'III. II"I "nl.11111 ml' of thus Clerk Cn -
break down fo'Unl hand "' "f
tend, to only ,
become not half uf II I RIII ,
today has furnish a constant si ream of activities Townnhlii I He ,, I tll ..M. i ,'lu,111 (lIla- county. Ft, rIdn .
Jews answered cult I ftoint: .t.B"U..r .
the is avid de-
salvation established by Christ but also> a great stimulating "i'wentv-Oii, Kail, for (the 'urpocu ot I' ) .II.'y A I' ]
a greet; Industry which will alTovd i the whloh In ,.f ,', tlio, hnurlnw 1,1. Murih 4th, .
.et him be crucified offense to him. "Then sad: Jo- to "ull decrvu.A.. Ilnl .1&I IIIAO, In I ,"" fort><'lMiii, *
an opportun'ty .11.rylnl "r.
science with an lIra!: to mental m-owth.; S. CIIHW8.Hpo'lrtl . Clerk of mild' COlrt. ,
with null wherein I U waf
had been O.lu'y .u'
i
jdples If man A. I.
sin unto Ills disciples\ any small scale or of expprlcuciuir In ChiUK'uiy.
Ie-
start on either a "Kdiicatlon: la profess 1"11-1 .Mliuclnl Munlur.K. lilulniint ami I.V.. I1iri'y' wan

(1, through Peter as will come after me let. him denyhimselt on a largo scale with unlimited and tho prosi-am ot the 11. 1'. I.N ( Complainant., I >r. jniiNf, fitiidant.' l"r..Iur" ppinlliiK i Ct I In.unlv Ch, ,

u they answered "Thou ana take \&I) hIS cross.lose for profits and success u. arranKrd,.. as to give Hollcltor for 4-4-SI-S-3 \ Bollcltur for Clmplll14lt. "'11 ''' Ih..t.nl. avid
possibilities .inaiiiiiiR.._ __ __ so I 8-7-lit-l-l. t 1 ho | '
n : w.lhI:: : ::
nrlst, the SOIl of the live his own soul?" o, tbauim")10! -. the greatest opoitnnlty to gain by -- -, ---_. Wr.I"\ to i Hie : ; : (.oiIctlMl.
I Ill front of HIM rlouth door .t
and follow me. For what Is a small-Benin poultry rnlseri experience. Through this! we : In Staike. of tIrE
Many such I'I'J'I' .%( 'II i: : ; the cnurHioiiHe :
D 01. 'he tempest was stilled by man profited, If ho !shall! \ gain:. the still\ hatch their chicks Under develop the art of thinking. Thinking Hi 1UltS futility of llrndford.' Slntu of: Florida, .3

i, the disciples in t the boat world and lose h a own described os the ( I nut it. Iiral rorl fount y. 'n Isnt. durlnir, th" l.KUl I hourn of nali. onMonday
whole broody hens while the large commercial has been 'Ir..ui PiMlerallMiil II the inwt'rvt'sts'l Ihl I tie 7Ui day of April" A. Lt.tUlip .
I sill .pel him saying Of a and 1#' ,, Plinncery. The I hat rimet in it or I ira cI- Inndn uieiI
experience .f Tollowlnir
) this
II"This hatcheries\ handle pUhl" ,
ch'ck to 1(11'0 lyh'l
son baby ability I I tank nf ( U liT I"iii .
"
I .r.nrl- .
Hindfurd
I lioti> art the Son of God. : last
iuiu-inent/ by Peter caused: i vital to every one. Would you for \ this* country In the last Effective thinking arises when we ph( a i.) ,'le ,, "n ". 1.'or'Iuro.r A 11 I. l.al.( nt ,tIle ",'hn,1 II diilhenMt I qunrtor of, Hnnthpiintluailer I

'i say "Flesh. and blood ideratlon consent that rcarl'cIII the Increasing presented with the cho'ce: of M..IK".. I l Wt'od'l'ii'w'n'r I. I Nii.,hi,4'l Kpi'lv',11"11'1"1.I I : 9 'I of ..'.li., 10, Snuihwpntiiuarter
any" co few years to take care of are Irilrr .t I'.hl'nt. *; No. ; i of 'lul1rl.I, J HanthnIf
noi, revealed it unto thee but soul should be lost? business. conduct Our previous experiencesbocomo Tho Hlnle of 1"lnl'lll' | : K. I llnuinnhd \'II..I'hll. No. 10; llcllbroiin No. of -, /"Ihw."I. | ,tr. bn.lfof
heaven." your poultry murshaj Krunk H. renld.,ncvi unknown. n No. lEt, in iItermninowhpthp Soiithennt I iiuarter nnd NoilbPttutquiiilcr I
U In
which ns we :
father helpful .
'
In our "1>oultry Tips" column I or not these dlmrlcta I or of Sniitlipant t itiinrler of noo
.h and blood" meant man or will in this paper them and bring thorn to hear upon I It 1I'I.elrllK frlim the nlllduvlt of nny of them, nlinll I I connolldato I to I lion I II I ; all In lownxlilii 1 Mouth
And the statement riiKsnvTiiif.N'Services : :> which appear matter of our choIce"" (',""I.IIIII"t' Hnll'lor In I tho above .'I l",'t I hr,', t trtiBleen" and I determine KilllKH i 19 Kunt: for HIP pin |Kee n(
kind April 6, as each week this spring and summer the Institute entitled, oHUHe llly filed lh.rln. Hut lilt litg*' 'to IP ecsiusc'l! hi HaldonHnlldatHd nullKfyliiif Hald t'KiiriiHou I '
Sunday American -
ns that real knowledge of God forth suggestions: The students In the thut the rPHUIttnce ( f I), I 11'11, andKrunk < dlxtl-li t. (
will set / W. .1. :
follows we by reason of I HoilMon I In vnch For the ptirpiiMfi of i natdduel 1'III'INMherl" I
through God his : of flanking rt. IhkIO"I. Iwl\,1 .
en 1110 only be of value tn. J. tt.Ntirinan of .
will I In UruU'U.I"II'
Jo
school J. M. that we hope to nnd I Hint thet-e no |>- II Wu"lllWI II.Irl.
go 1'01
I, Christ: and the Holy Spirit. 10 a. in. Sunday maklng'yoiir poultry enterprise the fact that they continue Stat of Klorldit' .I Hie Her vice of I J. I 1""I.r. I. Cuitvrurn : U-7-U-4-4

fter "Peter's Confession" Je- Truby, Supt.: you ilL on about their employment In i In I'IJI"'I'Y uiion "Uh'l m I'|"|II t i''I .1110.., .!. "hi.h"nl ---' --
Morning worship. more successful and profit the banking nssoctalion's would I"en. sit her tlin "Ict."II1 \ For HID ,' ... boldhiK Mt'l'K,
.
vald "Thou are Peter and 11 a m. ( been III banks while tak'r.g 10,1, nnd I in 1 Kelly .1.1..1' ,1. I I.. Un
have never I .
-"The Con- able. If you have an It .v. nlo.,1 hot .. Al-
the Pastor study, courses )lo '
Sermon by .hl. Ilrll
build dffendiiiitx urovpr Rlnlli
will my d.rhil.
i this rock I of I a Iive nnm. .. In Courl. TWPIII v
combine learning of yetis, of var. 11' u"I".1"1,1 hun''I'r. r'lr,1 County,
opportunity to the nice twvnty-cjtie "' nf I ahl .1 ,, ,' I 11"1", Ir."Irl
I."r I .
to thinking and action; age It IH I thprcforp ordered that In I"'aIirrlIlt, hohlllK, ] : ,tier- I" or lit it. ii .
Cit h with practical
Ontario Eii'lding'Tcz ; the Maid defpntlantn l ii. Ifrimit andKrnnk .1"1"1 .1. e"d, I.evyN'rhiian City of Htarkp a Corporation.Complainant .

Convene There tn June New Indian: river -, unkn.wn. do nnd 'Ihev are tn Hid hereiVeach 1,111If ,'ur t he )iulrtiui' of. ",,""lnl&' .ail v... Pt ..I.
Shriners Who Will Hockledge rOclulr.1| to nl'I..lr llehIirnn ,U"IIII: N. it.I J. H. M'Klnllv. '
which In. .1..101 II ...
Icconimodate for'season. ( Complaint i i In thin I miinp, I aterClemnionn I 1.r."ll1n'
hotel opened I..w 1.II.h PntlnK l.lroII .
und
I a IIII to foreclune morliciiKM urn 1'1"11'ed inunuirer 1..I..r. of .
Ill on or before ?Indiythe ,For I HIP. i i i sail I't'I'Oil, Final by ulltduvit U.I'.I. .
h.r lilirpiiMM'
rel..f.
t A. I>.. linn, hoMI.1 lo the tiled In the iti, ""
GI d.y of May. election I In Illfdnic 'I lt ; I IiipryLewis1 hil .
couEDE(7j\( coB LIPSN EtTcUtM I Political AnnouncementsHlntr iilherwlBii the allc-tfotIon" of nuld Hill harley MvKae and Ionnl whlih \< .I i t"r"'I".* n pnvliiKlinn
.,. HUM ill I Thlrlponand
I "
will taken an confenopd iiiiiniiKeii). sptiIs1
of Complaint ht Crun'lord lire Kppolntefl .
Illiuk KlevenII
Atrul.p'To by each of you It In furtherrslereI II. 1>. MAY, Fourteen (14)) of
order of ( I ) In Tumple' uoII." In Town
thin
that
1__ '::Jj3L.- ------ - .! I < Iuhll'-.. th.lrman.A. of Mrn, ( 'Irl'V l.llldon.
. be iMihlliihod a J. nillKFlS.Hnurotary flurk.
the Tw..nlyRI.'h.TlloIlrl..l ol..e nnd I'. K.
of I ,
the voter lon: ..._. ..,* .ltM |I. 4hM a-7-5t-4-4 Mr. I.v..lrl; Inl.
-circuit, embracing linker. Bailey. hrr hunbniid. t tic. ownerof
j; 'dro..u. Telegraph, a IIPWBliuper .1"1
counties, I hereby - unathe.
and Bradford I i In "
nn
.nhl .r"I''rY.
Union
I".r.t
announce my candidacy for the publlnhed III IHlrke. Irldtorl No'rH.." mild Mrn. Carrie 1.0"..
Staten Attorney of the'wntYIIt C.HInly, Florida.Wltrienn widow Mr.. Kvelyn Ballpy al. *..
ntllca of of hand of the undprnlirnnd tn Circuit Court. Twnnly-Hlalh I ,
! h Judicial Circuit the I I lire uon-refildeiitn t or rlllvfint I
Florida, pnbjpct to the Democrat!<< Clprk of the above nnnied, .liiui i'iui Circuit i Itrail ford County, I 1,11.1, rllittn nf Florida, Hial heir
June 3rd lDan.anl the seal of nald Court Flrirlda', In Chancery.J. ,
Election of Court and cII ness a if (iii lul II ., Mlale of fleoricift
\ % Primary nupport. I have held alnxad on thin ll.t day of I'". Klcklhter. Hr, and ChurlenK vhone street uddren unknowa:
Mollclt your :
thin poSition before nnd am familiar March h.r"lnl.A. !>., HMO, at HlnrkM. I., "im. Kick liter, By .1. F. KlrkllterHr that they nr. over Twenty-one
1' : with the dutlen pertaining thereto, 4) W. AI.lmrMAN. bin father and next frl... year of .le."e.; That I thine In no per-

: and If nominated.I promlnn an efll. (Heal) Clerk of C"mplalnlnla. Null In i>f Florlila. la.rVIeeat

dent enprKPtlc and pcoiiornlenl ad I.:. M. JOHNS.Hollcltor v.huff n nubponnu upon wh.' would
mlnlntratlon of the uffalrn of the of for Complainant. J. II. Pt. al. bind either of I he nnld ,lsfatiInbs.It .

ifan'i will appreciate the support 4-4.5t.E-3 I I..f.n".n" In therefore ordered That Mr.
voters In nald. election. ".t AbpeavTo W. widow. Mrn. H>.-
t; 1? t : of all A. 0. f'lI 1WII.: .J. I.uf and John Tpare, If p.rl. .. I.hll.n.I', M. Iiniiey. nalddefnndantn

Btarke, Fla. IH,%snicNOTICH: OK 'L"l either 1"01 and If oI..ul. then tohln ,plyn )lie and they are renutr

heir. ... arnntpen or, devlnpen an* ed tn appear I. th* bill .( complaintfiled
that under IPICU rpprpnivritutlvpn In Nald fit tICS nn or b.ttreSiriliiv
volt IIKI'ltKHKlVTATIV Hereby notice In given Iwnn, and lo nil pnrnonn flrmn, andcorporatlonn. the Seventh day .f April. A,

,,. ':, E.r.::. 'I, and$ by virtue nf that. certain by finaldecree theJudicp whonn, name renUlence In ll. 130, ..'h.'wl.. Ih. BI."on..
: -. I take thin methml of annnunrlna; r>f fore..IO.r. n.ad.c'r or place of liunliipun In unknown of nuld bill will be', taken nn con.fvnned '
for reprsimsntatlv. of Ihn Xth. J.I..1 complainant.; Thnt are Inl.r..le by itai.Ii .r nuld defendant*.
myandideey Ilrailforil county, nulijctt to action In anil for Bradford Florida. In ttiene ...11.11 lundn Irlnl l It In ordered that, Ihln nn.
from of the TImo..II" primary ofJune In Chuncerv on the 22nd day of FIZr;: 3rd. If locts.i, I ulfilRe my- Starch A. P.. 1930, In favor nf the Flnr"I., a* follown: four. connpcutIv'wp In. the Brad
of of Columbia, a. of theNorthennt
work for the bent interests Kpdornl Iand Hank The Northwest iiartpr font County: Telegraph u newxpiipprnf
self to f '* *
** North-
and the
of my county and Mateat In.1 against 'Iu.rl..r tfpnerut clrciilutlon, ,I.hloh"d In
r theittmnN all l tlmva. Your 'J.rJtII beappreciated. rnrnorRI.n.f'.hl' ..t al pefpndant. east quarter of Northwest '|fuar- Star it., Bradford 1111 n I V. 1"111. '

I 0 '-.. \ \ LW -qI N. O. The undernlffni! an Hppclal Manter. tar of Section TPII ( lot, Townnhlp WItness the deal of '1.1. .1no -
"tr"r for nnle at the front .of HU lOJ Huuth ICanice Twenty-Two the Hum of U. W. A ak-mice.

>4 h JJ2'I IP:;: : t I. SF 4TF5IST! 'h..I Court house tn Stsrks, Ft'ri'.'i,, <-22 ) NI", each or. i'lerk of nald' ('aSrt, I thin Eli. 4lh. day
and you
.. hnurn of nn"n\ ; yon 1910.:
i .. CMCUK'HCOUNTY YVJUJII> durlnic the l cral U'U'I.TINni. .. that have uf Murih, A. Ii
I Monday. May 6th. to the hlnh. are hereby you (1. W AI.IMtillMAN.olllclut .
130. suit by
and bpnt "" for each thaflhwing been madfldtffpnclMiitn In a ( Benl Clerk of Clrrllll CourtBy
Monthly flnancini ..taum..nt of pMt dencrlb Ivlnwranil J. F. Klcklltrr, vt al, who al".e. HI-ANC1IK AI.IUOIt.MAN. '

.'citywill be composed of 800 Bradford county for th* -month of : brlnir In Bradford i property County, Klor In their bill of complaint the 1''|>iity Clerk. 't 4 '
file In dllcp, that they are .
_
1930. CHKWH,
sleeping cars. while marquee! wui March Upncrnl V.... .Ida.Houthwent to-wit : Quarter of Muu'h.a..tQuart.r owner th.the fee simple title Ih.- Solicit A. for Complainant.27CI44. \ J
.1.4IIt:41: rpmovlnivcloudn
of administration Bal. March. I. 1930 -u of to and pray a d're. .
the place And Quarter
take 551.55Warrants R""th.n..1 and forev..rdelrln.
month Euisting title
durlnir P of | ____ .
'
and service building It will, \ adjoin Kwcelpt during month __- 747.9H *''M.'hw.. Quarter a trIp ofSouthwest and conflrmlnir the title :

"wherethe April I. 19SO -___ .___1.372.3V( land lOll fAst wide on Kant 11,1. .. land. to complainant areannulling """ ,..:It'" "4 ... r 1
the exhibition grounds Bal. of
MOllhw..tQuarler. In
l'orf.ItSVe I-cud 0".1 any and all clitUnn, .I I"
-
Shrloer between 30.000 sue .1. > and kE197.Ol! $ Section Twp. 1. tprent of any and all persons, firm I *
40.000 in number will bold theirconvention rial. March durlnir 1, 9a'on-th-:: -.-=== 721:A3 I, tmnre 2n Fn.nr. AlnoNorthwpnt. and corporation therein: It Is I there Not he In I hereby given. hut I undorand "'i

",,11lie fully Receipt durlnir month -. .1,09424 Quarter ,.Northeant Quarter. 1." for ordered that you, the eald de by virtue of that ..rlI.n finald }
and Warrant Twp. 7, Mount R ". *i 0 named or not .cr* nf fnrpclonur* mud l r e.* \
.
mo __ __ 1,224.15 14 fendantn ..0"0.
equipped with a miniature Boopi- HaL April 1, ton containing In the aggregate known or unknown absent c.n".I- dred on March. A, I'. I9.in hv
,
Road Feud oi .
t'r' restaurant barbel mop _. 2U.25: non.r.sid.'nt. at othnrwlne, A. .. Adklnn. J."I. Ike .
-e.., taj. March I. linn -__. 123 acre. d or 1".rahle !. .
new stands cigar" Bal. mntIiWarrantu J. 1. FUA7RR. appear to the bill of complaint nooxblblted .' Judicial
beauty parlor Itncelpt during -_-.- I Manter.R. aicalnnt you. on or before and for Bradford County, "'I"r'd. athat
be ol- month Special
candy stands It will during -- i ,.. wherein I *
and from 1930 ______.__ 235.25PbiIeity M. JOIINrt. M',day the H.venlh day of April, A. curtain cat I,;
'" Midway' 1. corporation
Meted by 1'11. Bal. April for Complainant. 1). IK JO. before the circuit CourtIn ell-Hmlih I iornpany a
Peed i Solicitor !
which the ".treets' will radiateIn _______ 4322 i ....5t..2 Bradford County, Florida, to an an cnrtiplalnant and O. c'. Hwpat sad.
', Bat March 1, lUll bill of exhibited Ilillah A. Mweat are defendant. I 5.unl.rsign..al. .
0 : the
order and "Ramesee month __._ " nwpr .
numerical durlnic I..hr. 1 .,'hll wIll
ReceiptS against you fnlllnr a an "" 0..1,
will handle tb* motor durlnir month ___. too oo ., cell for rash to the hIghest bowtbidder
Drive" Warrant ______ $75.13Oueta.dI. MAMTKK'H .0TI'1 \ .I decree of thl court will be I ,
police I, 1930 front uf the Court lleime :
_mo. Railway and city Bal. April airalnnt you. Jn
the new yjoipari'wqPa7' .% F.*lBal. Keroby notIce I I. given that under The Bradford County T.I .,..ph.publl.h.,1 door In Ktark. Bradford coiinlr.Florida ;
will co-operate to protect /Lea. %'. I.3O .___ 170." of that certain final Monday, April 7th. A, b. ,
March I. and by virtue In Htarke, Hradford county on
| ff Tf" A.FLI.TCl/6R.INC'O"fI1II city Receipt durlnv U' decree nf tor..lo.ur. mad. .. I* hereby deetanated 1.30. durln the |.ai ,
/QIlfl..1'gr.lIITlfrlJ., t>y electric Ugbv nBbnnerr > northern shore. -ro- Warrant during month --- Judge of the 2 th. CI..ul. II.rlo.the newspaper In for the purpose of satisfying ** ,4I:f
will beBon. Ontario' 1.10 ______ _ 352.63WId.v'e ( a. final decree the described. 1
boat in Toronto of _una- lathe Bal. April I. In and for Bradford which thl notice shall be publlnhedone foln.ln.
I A new city on wheel. '"Pd etty.f S. Henry. Potentate ofRameeea ron% mean -pl.e thank to Feeclee 41H 20 Ida. In Chancery, nn the 22nd dnv a week for .lyur uonaecutlve"wlTNKSS real eniato. lying' b.ln.In Ur oxford I,4I
George and _._
S accommodation of a.OOO TUIUDlnera retiring Imperial Indian language. SaL March I. 1MOKocelpt n'_. 42.0 nf March A. D., 130 In favor of theFederal county Florida, ; \
at Toronto Dy Tempi Th* the amazing i/rogrea* of modern transportation during month Land Bank of Columbia, a my hand and the Heal Thai Northeanl quarter nf She
built
u being Potentate la Leo V. Toung- from a saul Warrant during month __ 7.00 and Perry Jnn. nf thl court thl the 4th day of Southwext (jiiarlpr of Seel ion Thirty
Oad.'. railway* for the June eonrntion worth of IXM Angelee. Cal nut til* u bas grown were Drought Ual. April I, 1)0 _.______. '*'.21 corporation. __ .,et .1.,aznlnxt Defendant Theundernlned March A.. D. 1930. Hire (3X1. Township Ml* 141 Mouth.,
of the Ancient Arabic Order U B. A. aettlement wbere good AltrlrmttmrmlBal. Peed > HpeoJal Master, vlll O W. ftsne Twenty.two (22 > Kant, ion.talnlnv !
Potentate *, a Ar.nER1AN.
Noble. of uKecelpta ____-__ 143.24'2.0'W.rr.nt. offer for .al. at the front door of Clerk Circui ('o'Jt.' Jr..dt.r,1 40 acre. more or |I..*..
of Rochester railway month __ K. JOHNS.Pr
CUBa Royal york Hotel M tb* Fletcher white men rltle In Canada, and a great during __ 7.011 the Court house In Clarke. Florida, (OfflcUl Heal > 1. In &hsnrrey.Noiicltor .
adventurous reelenual durlnamonth HI.ANCIIR AUUKKMAN.A. ,
before beautiful of eale, on lly iiI1Ma.t.r .
'seas in the smith Empire. && iilI'M Tear UM center. Toronto ha* .._____ 10.42 daring th. local hour A. 8. !
Inland tn America Onion BaL April I. t>l* May Sth, I93, to the highest H CBKWH.ollcltnr .
new Monday
penetrated It
room*. It cannot ocomnuxUt given D, the Indian eectlone and ..lldlnar P'.d bidder for cash the follow l" for C"Dpl.IJaot.at.n.t.t. for Complainant 'f
waa II' and bent
nameToronto" flnert railway .
of the 3-1--4-4
tens of thousandof iUlef to the place where trail and Station U one BaL March during I. IHJO month-----____ 71.021 I' log described property lying and ,
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I and J. M. Bailey, Foreman.--Mac- we c.une- -bright and ,early; the I ,he railroad commission: and we Starke, will be a canaia,, .!

Y Bradford County Telegraph .U-nny Press I early bird catches the wormwonder are for him. No finer man ever election as a membe. ,t ,!
From other PensWho I ----o-- what the bankcashier would lived than Eugene S. Matthews. 'da railroad comm. non> ebr,

,; rj Established 1877 I say to a can full of caterpillars- lIe is very successful In the con- June primaries. Th *
STAYI41't'TWord well here's number _let's duct of his own business, and c newspapers publish : e?'

;' I'ublished Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class put the "Tall" In Tallahassee see now; how was that we practiced worthy custodian of the ofllcTe to should equip a man ( ,, fl.. .
comes from Inverness that which he desires re-election. navf t
the manager Ida well
? Inverness Chronicle. to look tough- tQ underi i '
--
t Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida -AI! the Citrus Chronicle editor In that sn't In, eh--don't kid me lady, Uroveland Graphic ,f the state and to ,I' ,?'b? ."

i city is driving around town In a don't kid me-I heard a noise be- -- -- Ice of worth and,1, ,. ? a
I '3' ; E. S. Matthews, _____________..______ Owner and Publisher -o- Rolls-Royce, ''presented to Mra by hind that barrell there, and dill Eugene S. Matthews member of first appointed, and I L,i,, 1 Iwo,,'

J. C. Robinson ___ ___________ -_____ .. -- Managing EditorSUKSCRIPTION Eight' ; dollar berries bring smile Editor "Hobble" Rob'nson of the pickles don't sneeze like that- the Florida railroad commissionand ed to the office iw.. '
_ _ __ _ I to the grow; Eight berries for berriesapparently Jlggs: terribly envious but we must trying to County Telegraph, has announcedthat "at\
just
RATE any money title him to further t ,, i isideratlon
.
-Clermoiit Press. reveal the explanation as foundin rail- .rahlt|
I t td _._ save one cent stamp8--that's all ho is going to run for next Jin
Months 75c-Payable in Advance '-0-- a recent Issue of The Chronicle: the personal road commissioner again. Mr. S eft I
d t Yearly, $1.50; Six --you know, adding 'Gene is a useful ,"zeo .1'
,
Advertising hales Application The Starke Telegraph states "The Bradford County TelegraphhaS touch-next month?-well, we'll Matthews stands high throughout community and to 11" pu..1
I
w __.. _ __ __ ,.I that the strawberry movement In more' gumption than most be back-and we're so sorry that the state, both as an official: and Gainesville Sun. *
Bradford ling passed the million Florida weeklies, therefore it Is
pickles aren't going wellmaybewhen as a newspaper man.-Leesburg .._ -
i Vacation days are coming soon mark. The figures to March 19th quoted more in the state press, the picnic season begins Commercial. 1N

being 1,126.564 quarts. And still not.only because it has an excel- well drop in at our place some- --o-- ... .NN..NNee
t o coming.-Macclenny Preas.n lent editorial but also be-
page time-now to tackle number'twoho Our genial friend, Major E. S.
Believe it or not, the sun is shining again.t --_ cause the exchange editor always hot! too bad that your Matthews of Starke, seems to be .: LAWTEYANNH

; Advocates of this or that tax knows where the editorial page pants caught op a na'l 1 just as you far in the lead as railroad com, ..NNeN.
-- -0 plan roust keep in mi..J the time will be found. The editorial page saw us coming-well here it Is- missioner. Mr Matthews Is one .

; Tuesday, being April 1st, was homecoming: day for fools, tried fact that people will only in most Florida weekl'es is liableto : no that isn't Interest, that's last of the most capable and abWrnen The play entitled The An,
taxes when they are convinced: be anywhere from the front Cowboy" given by local
pay I year's account-what did you In the state and he should be retained tale
and all felt at home. they are just and equitable. Flor- page to the last-Gainesville Sun. say? a bill for IUS? twenty dollarsIet's In his present position.Tho the school house last wed .,

G s o ida at the present time Is suffer- -o--- '! be reasonable now- writer has been intimately ac wonderful succexs. Everyoin

the ing as much from tax evasion as Like everything else, there Is adlft'erence take' It easy, take it easy-we are quainted with Major Matthews for Ing part did fine and they re?.
Life is what we make it, which accounts for tough- it is from high taxation.-Ocala of opinion over the so lorry to have intruded, and more than thirty years and con- .'many applauses The par] ,

life- soma have to lead. Star Chautauqua.. Some went, others what do you say we just kind of siders him one of our most able 'a good house and' a MU moll|El:|

t'O -o- didn't; someagree; to gladly sign let this whole matter drop--Just men.- Macclenny rress. was realized. The Phi 110'81
? J. C. Robinson wants me to the guarantee others do( not; still towel. It until-well, see' you -o- again at Baldwin !Monday alt(

You'll know more about yourself after the census taker to mall him ten dollars for run- others think the Cliautauqua 1 again-whew! what a narrow es- Plant City was delighted to have The closing of school belt

*t through asking questions. ning past a STOP-GO sign in should come on IU own hook. Of cape--and here :s number three- Eugene S. Matthews, state railway day marked a term on our *:
gets Starke. If I mailed ten dollars to course the Chautauqua w II, not what a mournful look!-you say commissioner and pioneer worker calendar of a wonderful sOur

I o anyone for all the stop signs that come withouta guarantee as longas It's colic the baby has?-now thatIs for the best interests of the teachers have given (belt

Hoover Asked for Opinion of 2,75 Beer, headline. Mr. have been on my blind side, Stop they can get one. If one town tough, ton bad, too bad-well strawberry industry in the state, to our children and w,,. Wen

t Signs, Incorporated, would pay a refuses a guarantee, naturally yes, we did have a bill, but just drop in for a visit at the festival. deed, pleased with the v + Private Citizen says it's rotten. tremendous-but there isn't that they will drop that town; but If forget It-and if you can use this Mr. Matthews can appreciate a our term, our only regret li
many ten dollar notes.-Jlggs in the towns generally should decline : we were not able to have
o five spot-don't mention It-"- what strawberry festival as ,well as any t
Tarpon Springs Leader. i to guarantee, they would have to a day-what a day-. man in the state. In view of his term. Dr. Little of Gainer;
H 4 R, Florida has both Eastern and Central time, the Apalachicola --- i come without a guarantee or go prominent place in the life of his University gave a wonderful

Irlmr i river being the dividing line. Starke is right in the heart of 'outof, business. Wa have no objection And we still believe that people home town, Starke, and the state dress to the graduation clan
: t ; the strawberry section, yet the to a person's guaranteeingIf trons and which was njnyw
charge things with the faint hope an whole, his visit here was of
$. o Starke Telegraph says a fellow Is he desires, for that is his right. that someday, somewhere, someone Importance. Mr. Matthews knows all present. The diplomat i

The new hats are copying elephant cars for the more lucky to get a plate of strawberriesand Glimpses of the great world are wall: forget to enter an item on his strawberries, being as he Is a given by Professor Collier t It
I cream in any of the Starke brought to us In the various num following pupils:
t;. his books. resident of a famous v strawberry
,tIY , picturesque models. It could be worse. restaurants Macclenny Is the 'berg, and there Is an amount of section, and It was fine that he was Everette Burney Jr Gene

o center of the yellow-legged chicken community service one renders Try and stop me If you've heard able to steal a few hours for a Gaskins, Abbie Harley, Dolly
belt, and a fellow can cerdulnly geta when he guarantees. His Ins Louise Howe Pensle
purposein this one from Walter Wlnchell. It visit to the festival.-Plant City
Movie director says women's feet are getting larger. chicken dinner there that would \
r subscribing to the guarantee Is Is the one about the young chorus Courier. Beatrice Nuner, Wlllolse Beware [

% And, they're still buying smaller, shoes. tempt a king.-Times-Union. a laudable one. On the other girl who married a rich man three 0- Pauline Hosier, Ruth R

i o -o- hand It 111penon's right not to times her age-for his coin, ,of Railroad Commissioners E. S. Dan Harley
Florida has many towns noted be a guarantpr if he does not Mrs. D. W. Sapp and two .
But after a month of.
course. Matthews and A. S. Wells were in ,,
The tourists leaving Florida because spring is here,- will for the things they grow or other go choose. lie,has his own obligations monotony with him she decided to I Plant City Saturday afternoon, dren are spending several d17';
Industries. For Instance when
p have to turn on the heat when they get home. oysters are thought of, Apalachicola and Is best in position to de- put life Into .the old gazumper. So I and while looking over the exhibits Wauchula with her sinter
cide the question There Is, too, she bought rejuvenation powder A J. Skipper and grandilau, ;
at the Florida Strawberry Festival
to mInd Cedar for li I
o --- comes Key some question wheth f.- Miss Juanita Hardman of! j
and when he wasn't she
yh looking I had opportunity to greet many of
r Rehr Plant City and Starke for 'I
formances are worth $250 a day toa it into his coffee. I sonville spent Sunday wlthbb
fs Florida fruit according toM slipped their
Brandy may be used to pickle strawberries. Sanford for celery. good friends Mr. Wells,
communityno, larger u: ...... The next morning she nudged ter Mrs\ E. E. Burney
the attorney general. It's a great pickling agent. Mulberry for phosphate and Madison Enterprise-Recorder. him in the ribs but he didn't move. ,I chairman hold-over of this the commission year, but, Is Mr.a Dr. and Mrs. J, H Cairo
Quincy for tobacco.TlmoUnlon.
--... I' and son Lee of Orange Park >
o She called to him but' couldn'tarOU8& Matthews and Mrs. Eaton are
rr --- We do not take much stock in him. Then she shook the I visiting. in Lawtey Sunday
4 candidates for re-election, and will
A UK!: IIK.IDH: OntUS
p 'Insurance companies are considering collecting an additional .,*. the,LlteraryDIgest wet-er dry old man violently unt'l!' he awak- poll large support in this section.M R. R. Thede was a buslne!|
l holders. --- straw vote The reason is that Itor to Starke Monday
a
from bridge playing policy ened. ;
premium < .
? It might be interesting to learn ______ Matthews was born in Bradford
t' great many men and women who "" 11 I Miss Pauline Walker wbol
"I'll he "but
subscribers In Tar get up, yawned, county, which Is another
why telephone
o---- Lawteynl
would vote In a regular election won't go to school!" great been teaching in the
strawberry producing sec-
pon Springs use magnifying glasses will not have a chance to cast bal- to her home Bet t
returned in
dollar bill is man's best |
An exchange says a twenty a .-Bradford County Telegraph. tion, and he has always worked

N friend. A bill marked paid is hard to beat for looks. So when their tongues get tangledup we lots are In rather the Digest's of the contest opinion, that and Oh Girls!. 'for beneficial, service and rates that will be I, Saturday Mrs. Boggs of North ''iirolltl

in their teeth they can see to the growers. Chair-
. o what eye want to Miami most of these people are dry. We We hate to disillusion you, but man Wells and Mrs. Eaton also here visiting! her hunlmnd >
they -
say. are of the opinion that most of the holds with the d d''
: Carbolic acid and creosote with a little ginger for flavoring Beach I Sun. No, for the type with people who vote for modification,' just in case you believe that Rudy have labored earnestly in'their a position
Is about and
thinking
moon spoon behalf.-Plant
.h is the latest experiment. Reports say its kick is paralyzing. the weak 1's.-Jlggs in Tarpon would vote dry In a straight. con and croon and June while he's -City 0-Enterprise. here.M.. F. Brown and wlfc-oTa( |

Springs Lender test between "yet or dry. Personally singing those songs you might be 'VlI1l1IcQuagge of Marianna, tax were visiting!.: his parents Dr.
o
--o Municipalities we would like to see the Vol-, interested In knowing: that Mr. assessor for Jackson county and 'Mrfl. U. W. Brown for the "*|
The Florida League of
Palatka Daily News issued{ an interesting memorial souvenir according to press reportsof stead act amended. We would Vallee.says that the reason he candidate for railroad commissioner end.

I edition Wednesday, celebrating the opening of the newLarimer the meeting held In Tampa the like make to !leo their our fruit people and allowedto berries closes his eyes like that is so he was a visitor here Monday, slxlY -

pa Memorial other day, has its eyes cast In can concentrate on what song he having dropped Into the Tribune day run .min
Library. ,
the direction of the gasoline tax. into wine for their own use, and Is going to play next; how to get' office. Mi' McQuagge\ is well from start to finish b> welt\,'
{ we think It would be wise to allow bin musicians all off In the
---o If Florida cities bitch their bonded same known throughout this section of talned interest and partlclp|
the
: manufacture and sale of beer. key and how to stop those sillieson the state sportsmen from ,'ur; '
Indebtedness to the automobile, having been active In In by
r Times-Union this is the time of when
a man We do not consider beer
Intoxicating
says year an the dance floor from shouting tin N'alll!
only /he Packards, Franklins La' politics for a number of years. He tlon. of the country,
1 I can sit watching a cork bobbing on the water while his wife Salles or their eqital, will be liquid. We think it Is a in the mIcrophone seeks the position on the railroad Fresh Water Bass ,lournaul
power-I good beverage to most people
1 is bobbing around cleaning house. ful enough! to carry the ticularly those who have to do, out-par commission which Is now held by Leeeburg's greatest ,i-ontrHi
Ocala Star.Following; Grrrrrri Eugene S, Matthews of Starke. to the winter recreation pro!
door work or hard Indoor work.
-a- Mr. Matthews\ has served In this of Florida, came to an end M
Rev. Kickliter of Starke has been appointed chaplain We are not speaking for ourself, Down with the who trips t
report that Florida's guy you position for a number of years, 10th.) Although, on a few
for we do not for beer and
1 general on General Ayer's stafl for participation in the Biloxi treasury balance was better than drank care upAnd having been appointed to fill the more than ordinarily severe
; little of it when it
nine million dollars at the end of very as you crack your brow v vacancy caused by the death of and chilly weather Interfered'
reunion of the gallant Confederate veterans. could be sold' lawfully. But be- lie chirps, "What difference willIt A, D. ;
s ist February, Attorney General Davis Campbell of ChIpley, since tho fishing, for the most part
tween prohibition It Is and
as now
; make which
-o:I tells the "special, congressional committee time he has been elected weather was quite favorable
the the open saloon we should unhesitatingly "A hundred years from now?" and re-elected by the ... Waltonians enjoyed 1
After government gets through standardizing paper that the state was forcedto people. expert
rote fot We
r : prohibition Someday I'll slip behind this bird River
Junction" favored"
bags the Key West Star wants it to take hand in regulating discount some of Its bills and haves Tribune. sport Leesburg was
a !Instructors at the colleges." The long, mqmory and we have And plug him In the prow. [ --o-_ ing the contest by the pre en..
the miscellaneous lots of bottles used by bootleggers. seen the Insille ofmany saloons He'll see what difference It will Our
Joker Is etlll loose in the deck- DunneUoniSutti good friend and nelghebor, a high type of visiting sports
,
1 w / o. Starke Telegraph Very loose, Indeed --.". Of"_, ,I Io make Eugene S. Matthews, publisher of which added greatly to the
-
: This section can grow onions as well as it does straw- ,-Dunnellon Sun Let me do work each 'day; and A hundred years. from now. the Bradford'County Telegraph at cess of the event.

9 berries. Growers should plant both another season and they Phil Armstrong-o--says a kiss In If the darkened hours of despair r
overcome me, may I not forget the
will be in better shape if rain injures the berry crop. the dark Is worth two In the light strength that comforted me in the I JUIIno.\U COMMISSIONER:

o Phil qualified a long time ago as desolation' other times. May I HT.VTK: PIIKS.S COMMENT: WHEN THE
FARMER

4 $ Taxpayers lost $70,000 by the state's venture .into the also an expE'rt.-Apopka readied the age Chief of discretion He has'II still that remember found me walking the bright over hours the I '

dx 3 printing game at Marianna in cost of equipment and the If he prefers one in the dark to silent hill of my childhood, or Hon. E. S. Matthews has again

yearly operating loss. It was a move destined to fail from two 11the light.-Starke Tele- dreaming on the margin of the been almost unanimously endorsedby PAYS BY CHECKlie :

1; the moment it was started. graph. You had better feel her quiet river, when a light glowed the people of Broadford countyto
hair first. Long time knewa
ago we within me, and I promised by retain his seat as a member of
i5 Pt C'ft young fellow who was tricked early God to have courage amid the railroad'! commission. Many

% Another good piece of news to residents of this section I Into kissing the colored ('ook.- the tempest, ,,of the changing other counties will join Bradford

]Is:: the resurfacing of state road thirteen between Starke and overlooked Dunnellon these Sun. "kink"Haven't remov-you years. Spare mo from bitterness next June.-Crescent City Journal.
and from the sharp passions of -----oHon. -
lit tho Alachua county line, the road department to award contract ers? I unguarded moments. May I not E. S. Matthews, owner of
.
for the materials next Tuesday. -0- forget that poverty and ,riches are the Starke Teelgraph, Is a candi-
The supreme court has as much of the spirit Though the world date for re-election to the office of

o- business telling newspapers what know m. not may thoughtsand railroad commissioner, which po-
my
-4 ic Strawberry growers have not lost heart over the blow width columns are standard as the actions be such as shall keep sition he has held with credit to places the management of the

) tt, dealt by the rains. Other strawberry sections are having newspapers would have In tellingthe me friendjy.with! myself\ , Lift my himself and the people for a num- farm on a systematic basis.

t, their troubles with rains and cold, leaving this' particular standard court for what Judges sock.-supporters Starke Tele-are eye ,fronfln* earth',and let me : ber of years,,-Eustls Lake Region.
not forget the uses of stars. For- 0
iI section in tine shape for, several weeks of profitable shipping. graph. The court should fine you bid that I should judge others, Eugene S. Matthews of Starke lie knows his money is safe

o two big watermelons for each of its lest ,I condemn myself. Let me and 'V. A, McQuagge of Mariannaare

,4.t',' l r Rains of the past two weeks have demonstrated the need members, Duddle! The court saidIt not follow the clamor of the world, opposing each other for rail-
was the law that 13 ems Is legal lie is able
to
but walk calmly In my path. Give road commissioner, while Mrs. meet, his bills
of an engineer to lay out a better system of drainage .for the measure for legal ads and so it Is. me 'a few friends who will love me Robert L Eaton finds herself un-

city streets. Some need only a little attention of the right The court didn't make the law.- for what I am; and keep ever opposed for the other vacancy In promptly and has records for

kind others like those in Reno section be Dunnellon Sun. True enough, but burning before my vagrant steps that office. Tarpon Springs
can successfully
,
ys methods and standards dollar
y newspaper tire kindly light of hope. And Leader. every paid out.
l ; negotiated with the assistance of an ox team. I like everything else, have been though age and Infirmity may -n-

0 revolutionized s'nce! the law was overtake me, and I come not Eugene S. Matthews of Starke, He
: enacted. within sight of the castle of publisher of the Bradford County establishes himself as a responsible -
1' Jiggs of the Tarpon Springs Leader is an experimental my
0- dreams, teach me still to,be thankful Telegraph Is a candidate for reelection -
f cuss. Now that he knows what our governor thinks of Capone .--0--- for life, and for time's olden to the Florida Railroad progressive citizen.A .

I. he wants to buy Sid J. Catts a one-way ticket to Chicago We are assured by A. E. Green, memories that are good and sweet; Commission. The Highlander believes -
IIPt. of State Road Constructionwork
a. to see what remarks Illinois' governor would make. If the that when the road Is start- and may the evening's twilight; .that he has made a good Checking in tris Institution {is
find me gentle still.-Perry Her commissioner and hopes to see him
of Illinois talked about Catts like the Florida ed through Baker his
county by
governor governor alt!. returned to that office-Lake a definite aid to profitable farm
4' did about Capone, Sid would be the next governor of force we will get even better Wales Highlander.
service than if done by some high
Illinois. priced construction company. Con- __... ,-......- -0- ing. Consult our officers.BANK .
p Han TS. S. Matthews, of Starke,
victs will be used In the f
et construction -
''I iIF of thl. road. At present this around townOut f says he Is going to run for reelection -
1
Alachua county officers arrested the driver of a truck : as a member of the state

t.e carrying a load in excess of that prescribed by state law and force Lake: In City working to Lake on Butler the road, known from 1 _ .... ..." _ _d_ railroad commission. He has given \I7 W

; ;. 4" are holding him for trial. Damage to roads of that county alt road 28. project 713. The f<>llc<'I lull! efficient honest!!' and service capable In that, and capcity we don't, Is

caused commissioners to purchase a weighing deVice and crane trucks and other equipment or [ know how Florida could better

: turn over to a deputy with instruction to arrest every driver necessary In a for few this days work and the are pro-expected Tit)'Ing IfifiOloiillily" Calls herself by replacing him, with

N; carrying an illegal load. This same truck passed: through ject will be pushed to an early Another month-, another 31st- someone ele.! -Palmetto o News. QF STARKE

?h 4 Bradford and, tike) others of its kind using the roads everyday completion. This road force Is the sun rises like a silver dollar Eugene S. Matthews, owner of

\t ; ; ; are pounding the highways to pieces. composed Eng.. A. E.of Green L. W., SupU Austin of,Work Prof, I and first sets la here like!-a look crimson out folks zero--here-the the Starke Bradford, ,is again County? a candidate Telegraph for at I AN, HONOR ROLL BANK


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