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 25, 1930
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04756
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Established 1877 Subscription-For Year, $1.50; Six Months, 73c; -Payable in Advance K. S. Matthews, Owner and Publi her.

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Riddled Car Shipments r Popular The Mason-Williams Members of COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES I Kelly's Pardon Half Holidays

With Buckshot Berries Cease Stock Company, Here Revoked Tuesday Start Thursday


:.."...... Itcwldenttt Have :Narrow Probably the last of the carlot State Board oC pardons at their Thursday half-holidays will

t; cap6 from Dojitli' "'rdnrll'NIg11t shipments of strawberries left l kIDP .jOr "'.M '''U 1 IM!'' IIf 1 i iFANXIH - IIKI.D- ON Ml'liltKIlATTKMPT- : meeting Tuesday revoked the conditional III art next Thursday, May: 1st,

Ambuscade Starke last week, four cars going The commencement exercises ol pardon granted several practically every business signing

4y forward by refrigerator express the Bradford County High School ':: CtlllUiK: months ago to Hubert Kelly' of this thn agreement to start closing for

iouls and Clarence- Hitch of Ral(1 these four cars of 32,016 quarts I will begin Sunday evening at 8OC: county, who had served 11 months the summer on that date, few signifying

of Louis making up about halt of the total o'clock\ in high school auditorium Roy King1, one of Reno's nhleks,, of a two-year' sentence for breaking their Intention! of starting
,,, and a young son
movement from the local platform The baccalaureate sermon will be Is being held In the county Jail iind entering. !News' of the closing a week or two later. Many
escaped death by a narrow
tltch. Wednesday night when for the week ending Wednesday I preached thin year by Dr. Lowr charged with assault with Intent action of (Ihe pardoning board wan 0!dices will also be closed for the

nargln riding night Price average for the week of the Presbyterian church. Music to murder following\ Ms attack "published In the dally papers of summer months, the period, ending
In they were
he car short distance from the store was given at lOc quart, some of I will he furnished by a chair mad :Moiulnv night on n nE'JoItrllIurh...
(In the berries going for around $2.00 up of the choirs from tho different to the Mnson-Wllllnnis Slock Company son received Instructions: to arrest The Quality Store, J. M. Alvarez.Mrs. .
riddled at
home wan
n, their from per crate and some as high as M.CO. .- churches of the city. King 'using: a kntfa! with expert Kelly. and return him to tho state' 10. K. Cnnova. Starke Hard
with fired
range .buckshot unknown Movement from Lawtey and I Monday evening the senior plaj skill on his victim 1 because prlHiin, and when olllcprs went for ware Co., J. ,V. White and Son.
roadside shadows by
the placed'the average price not furnished. will be given.\ The title of tin ot attentions rmitl to durktown him Wednesday afternoon, ho succeeded .1. F. Klckllter.. L. A !Monde. J,
Some reports
persons. Prices quoted on the yard yesterday play Is: "Wlran, a Feller Needs a belle. Physicians worked a couple ', In making his escape.S'nce & It. Store, M-C Store, J. A Saul
of shots fired at twenty-
number morning were around $4. Friend.' The cast of character) of hours over the negro, sowlus : his release on parole Kelly manager, Fred P. Stump, T L.
windshield being: shattered'
fire 'the Quality of berries going In from I will be taken from the .senior and him up and while his wounds are has been connected with a num-i Stovall ft Co., Steam Pressing Co..
and the body I
the slugs
by: North Carolina may increase demand I jun'or classes The prices\ for admission ,serious they are not considered her of escapades over the county Plover Farm Store, Allis Little*

of the car perforated. The occupants the for Florida berries to the ex-I will ,bo 25c and BOc. dllngt>rouli. King. will likely come n nd In Starke, and the pardoning field!, Bradford County Farmer Ak
dropped to the floor of
and the tent of making it profitable I The graduating exercise Hill bi up for ir:al fl< the spring' term of board had been asked to revoke Supply Company, A. M. Darby.
the fusillade
tar during the Rltch ship, while It is understood grow held Tuesday evening; Dr. Norman l circuit: court. He was placed under hl. pardon hi addition Kelly has ooi-ond Thursday. J. W Harrell.
rolled to stop near
,ar before a the attackers ers association bad completed arrangements dean of department of educa arrest by Sheriff Upperson: u deferred sentence hanging; over Manager Hart Furniture Co.. De-

residence from with one commission tlon of University of Florida, will shortly after the attack, him In circuit court on another Witt C. Jones. Harold C. Wall F.
and withdrew
cease firing house to handle the balance of the deliver the address. The gradual -. charge\ of which he had been C. Holllngsworth, Rex Jewelry Co.,

the Following scene. news of the attack crop for the growers on consign Ing class this year will be the largest Voters Should found guilty.MKMOIll A. H. Green. Andrews Store, June

ment at a guaranteed figure to in the history of the school 1st, F. (1. Hemingway June 1st.
county officers went to the
I'nlon cover expense of marketing and1 I A cordial! Invitation Is extsndac Declare Choice : :: .\l, H.\VWILI C. H. Clark S. R, Johns. J. C.
and started an Investigation,
scene from shipping. Returns received yesterday to all patrons and friends of the Ill! OMSKRVKII: Manning. N. Stern berg, Bradford
number ot cars
tthllo a
morning from one car: ship school to be present at each of County Hank, Hank of Stark .
left for Ralford. Citizens
Starke of the Ralford section were re- ped April 14th by the association : MASON these exercl es. No charges will l-'uto flf <'niiill' "'
purled aroused over the attempted netted the growers $1784.44, an The above picture brings back be made fbr admission, except or of KI:Tlorw of Hind* At < Daughters of I the Confederacy, --

assassination and will Insist average of $6.35 per crate. to Starke an old friend and member Monday evening. It Is nel'easary Tolling PlaceM Memorial Dny will bo observed, CKKKIT: (JI'IDH: HOOK AMMKIIVICIO >
Previously reported to charge at thU time In order tc Theveterans : : 'Oil NTAIIKK
determined effort on the part of the Mason-Williams Big here tomorrow, (Saturday)
on a qts. _ _______, 1,934,556 pay the expanses< of commencement --
Saturday Dlcklson -
In Starke of J. J. Camp --
of Unloa county officers to apprehend Tent Show opening The fate- of Democratic-Repub
Week ending Apr. 23 __ 66.832 "Pa- exercises. Any amount remaining will ho entertained twelve Many business men of Starka
the guilty parties. April 26th. In the licans who run for election in (Iho nt n
jama Parade." Miss Mason is a will he applied to ntheletlcs Democratic IH In the o'clock\ luncheon lit the Magnolia are co-operating\ with the Credit
Totals to Apr.: 23 ______2,001,388 and library. We hopft tr primaries
sister of Marie Lazoue who has retired Imndrt ot the voters I themselves,, Cufu. Commit ten In charge/ : Mrs System now being established by

COUNTY Jl'IMiK'H COVUTThe \ from show business: and turn, have a large number of people according: to Fred H. Davis, attorney A. M. Darby, Mrs O. L. Uaynesa the Merchants' MercantileAgency..
Receipts to Apr. $41S,405.80 present at each ot these exercises Inc. of Washington. D. C. This
ing over the old original Williams general. In reply to II ml Mrs. K.: L. Hhul;'" .
following cases were disposed Week ending Apr. 23 6,683.20 Stock Company to Miss Mas.on and All exercises will begin at elgh clerk of the circuit court who At two-thirty, at tho Met hod Is company Is. formerly of Pittsburgh.PH. :

of during the regular monthly May Blossom. Dainty Mabel .Ma o'clock and will be held In the ihallemgeH the right of candidate church, the following Imiiutlfu ., being organised In 1889 and

term of county judge's court Receipts to date $422,089.00 auditorium. bu curried! Iho of Its kind! ,
son and Dick Mason Jr., Starke'd to qualify as he voted for Hoover program will out: 1 only company, operating

held Tuesday and Wednesday: -. MMOTOKCAOK own product will be featured members : -. In the presidential election.In Mrs. A, M. Diitby, president U for thin number of yearn.. The

A, L. Douglass and G. A. Martin, : U.U.NKD: OUT of the show. : f.SKI: /87'IIM< < (iALLO.NH CJAH defense of his sworn state D. C., presiding.Invocation :. last credit guide book tniiile by

using stolen auto tag belonging to 'I ment that he voted straight ticket,, Dr. G. II Lowry them for t thin. district, wan put out

another Plead .guilty, $1 and Rain cut down the size of the Bradford county consumed 87,-' the would-be candidate stated! that The president will then make a In 1 11113-14, and many mimes of

costs. Jacksonville motorcade to this section 618 gallons of gasoline) nnd 10- Johnny Smith worthless checks, last Saturday afternoon, only shown in that Issue At this lima
336 gallons of kersone luring sider I the Republican party was a over to Iho Historian, Mrs. L, G.Powell. I.
tll'O charges: ; sentence deferred.L eight cars making up the procession March, compared with 80,163 gallons '- party within the meaning and purview this company Issued only a credit

l C. Johns trespass by cutting with some thirty or more I of gasoline and 10,108 gutloiui of the oath taken by him." Residing' "0 I rt'ellng*" Mills giildH book.-and It contained over,

timber on state tax lands; con Jacksonville people. I\aln\ starting kerosene during February, If the candidate flies hi* sworn i Martha Ilrownl. 50,000 names of people covering

tinued. early Saturday kept up a continual shown by the report tanned by the statement and tenders the proper I Volco (Cl selected )---Mrs. A, Z, A large territory (Including Jacksonville

,l )t. Hayes trespass by destroying downpour until afternoon but in I Inspection bureau, department olagriculture. filing fee within the time and In Allk Ilitl. ).

pecan tree; discharged. eplte of this those who braved the For the state, 22,- the forms and manner provided Short talk by Uev. I,. W. Klckllter HI:: nee that time the companynun .
Coo.: Ball assault and battery; weather shown the straw and added to IlK service
were Improved
1723,939! gallons ot gasoline wen by the statutes of the Mtate, It I III a veteran of Ihe sixties.

JiO fine: or four months berry shipping Industry at Lawtey used during: March, and 21,932 the duty of the cleik ot the circuit .\ldrl'lIa-llev. Juiuett T, Guy. I thereby making this. service

Joe R, Williams assault and and Starke. They were each pre 900 during February. Dude comi'ty '- court to file the mime without Reading, "Ucor"Uoliny"\ .-- many times more valuable to th"

battery; plead guilty $Ii and costs. sented with a quart of strawberries 'I lead the state with 3,702,2G7 undertaking to sit In judgment upon Mls"H Ilunnle Cnnova, : subscribing members, ,and Is now

Cliff Crawford, using mule with at Lawtey and upon their arrival gallons, while Lnfnyette county reported either the veracity of tho candidate Voice, My Old Kentucky. Home covering wholesale, as well as re-

out authority; dismissed upon pay in Starke were taken to the I the smallest amount sold, or the legality of liln quailflculons -M,'. John I'owell.n.'nt"IhIIol1.H'v.. lull business firms. The font nil

ment of costs and prosecutor with Magnolia Cafe where strawberries j 23,216 gallon*, states Mr. Davis. O.J P. Itay- liaiidcinirern| for I tho entlro South

drawing warrant. and whipped cream were served. 4 I mond. will he centered! In Jacksonville,

Brownie Galney J possession of The party returned to Jacksonville Bl'HTOC'K 01' (JOODHMr. This afternoon ( Friday. ) at :3:30 J: Florida, and Mr. J. H, MrManus.
Intoxicating liquor; continued. via Penney Farms and Green : \I.\T'f'III'\\'H.: : : chapter members ore requested to will bo the Southern secretary. Mr.
Brownie O a In e y, concealed Covo Springs. I -- Mits it.i.. IATONQIMMKV:: meet at HIM home of Miss MudgeMlddletou Me,)Maims Is well known to nearly
C, K: Campbell of Penna i> nrnKugene :
tin ued. all business men of Jacksonvilleliirgn -
weapons; con -. to make' wreaths to
has the J. II
Farms, purchased
Johnny S e I'm on, concealed WO U1aUoTI.: IX: ;G; YIKLIC. ; Lord & Compuny'n stock of secondhand H. -Matthews of Klarko, place on the soldiers'. graven.Mrs. as well as small, for over
weapons; convicted $100 and J. II. Illtch, chairman of twenty years and this assures the
household goods. and t lathing and Mrs. R. L, Katon, Montlcello,
costs or three months. K. while not decoration, requests. I tho public1 to many tributary towns. HICHVICK
Cooper engaged and It will be handled by the two Incumbent' members of the
Johnny Sermon, open profanity; scud flowers to thn Methodist of great valuo.
in any egg-laying contest i Bradford County Formers Supply ,
Florida railroad commission, qualified
$I and costs or one month. church Haturday morning:, The T h e Merchants Mercantile
his flock of hens, kept track of the I Co. The stock will be retained with the secretary of state
Marshall Small and Nathan \bo tied In biiiKbes Agency" Inc., will have four Important
egg production from March 16th I JOIIV: J. WIM.IAMH: < at Its present location,' next to I today as Democratic candidates In ,
embodied In
author features
Grant using car to April 16th and from the flock The Lord's have for placing on graves. At the
the supply store.
the youngest to
John J. Williams ; thll June prlmarleH
Small found not guilty; (ontracts and at a minimum ofnst
ity. hens secured 2496 rloso\( of the exercises, the Daughters
of 100
eggs brother of the original Williams not made plan for the future, out- themselves ,
( covering a period of two years
Grant compromised.MRS. and Children of HIM Confederacy
during the 30-day period, averagIng family needs no Introduction to, 8'de of announcing their Intention Mr. Matthews wlll'mn 'In group follows

83 eggs per hen for the 30 his friends In Starke. John J. has of remaining inStarke.. No. K and Mrs. Katon, Florida's 1 will go to Crosby cemetery us A credit: guide book which In-
:II.UTII.S.U'P days. His flock of White Leghorns , of the best I -,-.- administrative' and decorate soldiers' graves with
directed state-wide
for some only j
years Ktarke Pa-
are of the Ferris strain and been TWO :\KWCAN'IHI: .VrKN: IN flags, wreaths and flowers. 'The pliides! Jacksonville ,
city productions and has one woman ofllcial holding olllcet will Luke City
Mr*. Martha Sapp 72, died here he has been securing an unusually Instructors In one of Atlanta's 11.\( ..: make the In No.2. graven of Confederates Federals, lulkit' Butler
of the raci group !Muillsori! Or pen Cove Springs and
other Hpunlsli:' American. and World Waruoldlers
morning at the home large number of Follow
Monday eggs.
dancing schools. So boys W. A. McQuugge of Marlunna other tributary towns, and
daughter Mrs. -A. L. Alvarez. ing state reports of high egg production i shoes This week' the Telegraph carr'es \ will lie decorated. niuny
and girls wear your dancing qualified some tlm ago as an opponent will Inter-change Information with
Mr*. Sapp was born in Blackshear from other flocks Mr. : to the tent theatre Saturday. Apr. two new political announcements of. Mr. Matthews. Mrs.Katon other town In the
city or
Georgia in 1857 but had lived in Cooper decided to keep tab on his Parade" A. B. Surrency who has LAST MLIj, TO MMHSir.ltRegistration ': my
26th, to see the "Pajama ) appointed several years: agoby South---In fact, with any city or
this vicinity the greater part of flock for thirty days to see how : served school district three for
Martin to
for you wont be able to keep your former Governor succeed own lu the United States- -all thin
her life and was loved by all who U stacked up aganst: other prize' feet still when you see the beau several terms In a very efficient her husband who dltul shortly books of Bradford III made through the "Matt
knew her. She Is survived by five winning flocks and he U well' dance manner, announcing himself a candidate the county will close on May 1st .at my \possible
tiful girls and the nifty boys after his election to daughters four sons, one brother: pleased over the showing. under the direction of John J. Wil for re-election. Mr. Sur- Is thus fur unopposed.tJHAV Dlllce In Sturku, and only a few the names and dIresses -
Mrs. Jim McClennagan Mrs. Sam rency's district comprises. New ilayn remain for ruglstratlon of
liams. who
and hose I who liava not yet attended of thousands of people
Green of Jacksonville, Mrs. F. River, Brooker Hampton
KAHAVA V POSTAL with thonorchants.
gt'AMKIUH:/ r'OllHIXllKTAItV Lo tho matter of registering, or reregistering (:arry charge accounts
M. :
M. Norman Mrs. Bob Halslop and Graham. J. Rosier announces ,
: : : AN NOl'.NCKl:U .
; : 01' HTATi: The credit buying public
Mrs. A. L. Alvarez; J. S. Sapp, ...... < ,_., .. ,,,' _"- ."'XUu .' i his entry! in the race for countycnmmlllHlont'1' tI.: '" In CUMO they desire to at all times a
: > TO Hff'CKKIl: : IIUI i L-hanga their party affiliations. In assured square
William Sapp and J. "'" "' from district one,
Fred'Sapp Washington D. C. April 24, Uiul In reporting their standing
of succeed Drew Reddish i The party ufltllutlon shown opposite
Starke Mid Hlers I Lawtey to
Sapp, ; Civil '
Alma Oa., also fifty-one grand 1930.-The United States If'cv who has moved from the district.Mi1. Tho secretary of state's office the name of the voter Is I tho all to paying< habits, and no InjusIcn -

('hlldren'and thirty-one great Service Commission 16 has announced it will Rosier entered the race: upon Saturday announced. the 111111111",11-" I very thing by which' his. right! to tI will bu Intentionally do no tomyone.
that until May 1930. I of Tullahas- In the primary election! will .
children. the solicitation of frjends and Is tlon of R. A. Gray, "rote
grand applications for railway subscribers will have th*
accept All
his district candidate for electionlo be determined, because no pernonan
services held at well qualified to represunt see, as a
Funeral were
Interment postal clerk positions from men the ofllce to which he was recently ( vote In I Ilio Democratic primary reo Ulle of an adjustment depart-
Dial cemetery, where who have reached their eighteenth old or delinquent counts -
neat on
La- I - < appointed to succeed! William who Is riot registered an a
took place, Mr. Will Moody ot their thirty-fifth birthday from thn national
but not WAKMMi:' 'ru HUIMMKHH: M. Igou of Kiutln, who re- Democrat: nor can any person vote operated

Pallbearers were: J. P.: Corp W.W nInlt -. their post office! addresses In this. In the Interest of water safety ,Gray will be a candidate on the not registered us a Republican.The C. All money owed by ilellnquontaJin
F. ,
J. H. Rltch F. Stump
and N. state. In a state where the bathing season Democratic ticket In tho June primaries. attorney general adrlsus. .'" Id direct to the merchants and
Balsden, A. S, Crews Information be obtained other charge*
Full may covers the whole year, the following He will run for the un- registration oUlcers that after they 10 commissions or

Kternberg.OAUD; from the secretary. United sent out by the Red Cross, expired term of the late H, Clay notify voters of what they muni do ire Inude for thl* service. This

State Civil Service Board at the Is worth heeding: Crawford 8r.. whowe death last to: voto in the primaries, I they lepartment U what Is termed a

OK THANKS: post office In any city In the state. Avoid heavy meals before hathInK. September led to the appointment lave compiled with th.. law and friendly department nothing

Examinations will be held In the. :. Walt ut least an hour before at Igou. The latter resigned( recently ulflllod their duty. It Is then up mrdbolledtho intention being

We wish to thank those who fallowing _Florida..rttles:. Arcadia,i iI I going Into the water after each because of 111 health, 10 each voter to soo I that lit Is tf D bring the delinquent and mer-

"we\ro\ BO k'nd and faithful during DeLand, Gainesville Jacksonville, such bea'h- tand lunches a" hot William M. T omer, Jacksonville properly registered If ha falls to (hunt closer together along friendy *

the long Illness and death of our I Key West. Lake City, Miami, Orlando ' i dogs and soda pop. ; H. Clay Crawford, Jr., son In so and (hen cannot vote on ,,'..c- lines. '

dear mother and greatly appreciate Pensacola. Sanford St. I r Never swim alone far from if the deceased official and T R.Hodg lon day. It will DM. most unforunato Supplements or bulletins are \Lined

the beautiful flowers. We wish Augustine Tallahassee, Tampa, shore but\ always, have a companion H. Tallahassee, have also but no one will be to blame I from time to time at no extra

10 especially thank Dr. Biggs, Mrs. West Palm Beach. Application of your own ability qualified as candidate for the of but himself. After May lilt It will ost to subscribers. People moving

Warren and Mrs. Tyson for their blank No. ,2600 should be asked ,. ... _. let to be an all-round swimmer fice. be too lut. to see the registration from ono town or city to another did
u.m information. How
faithful service. to.'. - 'I In a pool before you tackle the >(IUr.. III Important

The Children. :MAY BLOHSOM" : WII.MIMS big water, and always swim at "MKKH:, TIIK:, TtII-cm.\I'1I: : If. C. WALL. they pay In Ihe city or town where

I'. T. .\. KMMTS: : OKFICKKSThe : I" You know the above picture. guarded pl.ue*. Supervisor of Registration, hey formerly lived---this: Information -

I.ATK AJ"nnsoos1.11.: : : : It'slay! Blossom, Starke' In case ot alt, accident stick to From Bethel Kansas, romes a it. llradford County. Is of great convenience to all

.- following are the officers of friend. She sings, dances! your boat Help comes quicker to letter we certainly appreciate and ersons who have a good pay rec-

According to Acting P08tmaltel'Young :! the Parent-Teachers Association, own acts girl In the "Pajama Parade", (one cl:nglng to an overturned boat ''taJte pleasure in re-prlntlng: ('AKRIKIi: 'rCH' IIKAVV A I.OIII ord.

arraogments have been elected at.the meeting Wednesday and the Palace Tent'I than to one swimming alone toward Thanks for the paper. I enjoy A. J Berge, special reprosenntlvo -

niide to send mall north! on the for the ensuing year: April 26th also at hear the beautiful 'I I shore An ordinary boat even 't so much because It'* like seltlnc']' Kugene Arnold of Florahome,! Is In charga of this work

"rni'ed train arriving shortly after President: Mrs. T. Alderman.. Theatre; how they sing; see though flllod with water, will a letter from home. I vat plated under arrest Tuesday at Starke ami caB.b. found at the
'I. o'clock in the afternoon the mall Vice-president: Miss Florence them Schell dance and, oh when you hear hold up the head* of four or five rvansus CUr: Star also the Kansas I!ifternoon by Ulcer Alvarez forIrlvlng Iturke Hotel, or write P. O. Do(

losing for this train at 555. The Matthews. Henry sing the Blues--thegirl people City Kansas, but the Telegraph Is l I an automoblln while lu anntoxlcated 524, Jacksonville

''fit' afternoon mall now leaves: at Secretary: Mrs. W. B. Parks. Fatrca with the golden volcn. Harry Do not get excited In the water. the first one I read. : COII<1ltoo; Ha was re- -

05. mall closing at :!:50 for thUr Treasurer: Miss Madge. Middle- Hogue will make your heart beat -- Mr*. John Courtney, I I eased Wednesday when he placed I'lui; imn.L

l1ln. This additional mull Iat >t ton. when he sing*, and All Florida bank both stats Bethel Kansas j I 1'0, cash bond fnr appearance Inmayor' --
taster girls
All members of the flro com-
I' the Afternoon w'll! take care and national held resources of courtStarke ,
radio star. Harry ,
mile of high also the young to report tot
La Belle One to any are expected
Sarasota - Plan proposed oo. -
>* mall from buslne hClu.QS1)IIlCOd featured i 1278,049,410 at end of 1929, acordlng -
bard-surfaced betweenHedges' Keene, Jr. Betty Mack Remodeling of GuUty drill next Wednesday etenliiR, 3'clock
in the office after departure way being mak laugh. : to figure of state banking erect coliseum her to seat from - :
comedian will you
filling station and four- Theatre nearlng completion. ,
and to 20,000
>t the first afternoon mall Some showsome orcbettra. j icpartinenl 17,000 persons.

*'1U prove of great convenience. I I way: filling station. .

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1-{ The Sultan's; harem will now be Lois and Mr. R. M. Galney were Glen. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Varnes Clara Swindell ana Mr jj "

Gold Star Mothers Plan thrown open to the public at Istanbul visiting In Jacksonville last Sun and son, Carl, of Jacksonville Mr. Swindell Sunday evening '

r ,,, Turkey and the public can day and was accompanied home by; ,II.TJ6ERESSIi. and Mrs. !M. O. Thrower nnd ''Miand Mrs. Sam Jordan(

To Old World look at the former harem at twen- Mrs A. n. Crosby, who will spend daughter Patsy and Miss Ines children, Rufus and John wvisitingMr Iud
Pilgrimage ; ty-five cents a look. Since the several days here with her parents -: Brannen of St. Augustine and Mrs. and Mrs. S n @I't
beauties of the harem have long Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Galney. i Mr. and Mrs. James Buttery.left I Knox Thrower and sons, Jimmie! dell last Thursday night Mr gejo

Florida Is Second On List: since died or have scattered to Mr. Wilbur Thomas and Oscar Monday for a visit In Georgia.We and Bobble, of Indiana. dan's friends Mr. White aid Jar u

y __ other points there Is not much for Vanlandingham of Gainesville are sorry to report that Mr. I Mr. and Mrs Leon Frank and Hill ot Jacksonville, play.l a DUll r'

IR --- I the "look see." were visiting friends here last Sun-. James Phillips who has been ill son, Junior of Jacksonville have ber of selections on their '|OI|*!
direction of the war day afternoon I been visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. R. and banjo., The music was.
the Another
Under VictoryFor I for a long while is very low at "DJor.]
at Washington plansare Messrs. Leslie and Roy Greene Swindell. ed very much.
department rapidly completed for were visiting In Lake Butler last this writingMr. Mi. John Walter Jordan and sIsters M.. John Jordan and Mice!
being! to Europe of Amer- New Sargon"I I BROOKEKMini. Sunday. % and Mrs. S. R. Swindell' and Lois and Alma of McRae, Swindell were visiting Him aul 1* ,
pilgrimage Atast
the Star mothers and widows 1-rmrl timtnr'r. Cur. Messrs. Dana Duke and Robbie and family were visiting Mr. and were visiting' Misses Eula and Joyner Sunday afternoon

ican of Gold World War veterans burled was practically an Invalid Parrish of Lake Butler attended Mrs. Sam Jordan at McRae Sunday .. -- ...... -- i

overseas. The movement, which without strength or energy and Mr. G. II. Colson was trancart-I B. Y. P. U. here laslSunday night. A number of people from J
sponsored by the American weighed only 95 pounds My en- Ing business In Gainesville last M.'. Cyril Dukes of Dukes, attended Jacksonville and Florahome enjoyed -
was will get under way on May tire system seemed filled with Friday. B. Y. P. U. here last Sun- a lovely birthday dinner in hon- :

Legion T when the S. S. America will sail _. Messrs. ,V. R. Thomas and Wal- day night. or of Mr. Jordan, also Easter egg Yrs We can charge your
for France. carrying the widows ter Davis and Miss Zelma Thomas MiOrval Ward of Baldwin is hunt. Everyone present enjoyedth's 8 HR

MTh and mothers from- the state of Ne ,, were visiting friends here last Sun- spending some time here with his affair. STORAGE BATTERY In
braska. The priority of Btates was day.Mr. mother, Mrs. T. P..'Yard. Those who were visiting Mr. and I ISmith's
determined recently In a drawing c5W Yb O. W. Darry was a business Miss Novella King of Hampton VIra. J. J. Zeigler and daughter

made by Mrs. Herbert Hoover. The 1 visitor in Starke last Tuesday. attended B. Y. P. U. here last Sun- Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. R. O.
Mr. Maurice Brown and Ken- day night. Zeigler of Gainesville, Mr. L. C.
immediately neth Douglas of Miller, were visitIng Miss Beulah Lewis of Jackson- Zeigler of Ocala, Mr. and Mrs. C.
Florida Delaware Kentucky. friends here last Sunday after ville is spending a few days here D. Johns and Mr. and' Mrs. Cecil Garage =
Ohio Arkansas, Iowa, Montana noon. with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. Adams and children of Starke, Mr.
Porto Rico and Okalhoma. Mr. L. R. Gainey and daughter P. Lewis. and Mrs. A. O. Thrower and son
worked --"--'- .
The plans have been .
in such .
r ; out by the war department
minute detail that each Gold Star n Z .
able to D,
i 6 mother or widow will .
tell In advance, almost to the hour,
how and where her time will be .
spent on the entire trip. All arrangements -
have been made by the THE NEW FORD COUPEA

government and about the only
thing those making the trip will s beautiful closed car, distinguished by
have to do is to provide themselveswith R c% .,,-rte lit substantial grace of line and contour.A .

passports, and this procedure particularly good car for physicians,
bas been made as simple as possl4 business executive and salesmen because

ble. Transportation and expense a' '0. II'' o/its comfort and reliability. The Triplex
money from their respective homes y t skattenprooglass windshield and the
f ', ' to New York will be sent In ad- MIIS.; KHTtiMjA: : TIIOHPK l..llyenelOleJo..rIfheel contribute

vance and on arrival they will be to ,the unusual tafety of the new Ford.
poisons from
escorted constipation. Ev.
met by army officers and
erything I ate ('aused.some form w o
t( to first class hotels where reservations -
yl' have been made. of Indigestion. My kidneys were
k The stay in' New York will be very acid and caused severe painsIn

;,. from 24 to 48 hours. At the pro- my back. Since taking three OUTSTANDING FEATURES
per time they will be escorted to I bottles of this marvelous SurgorI gq < e-h
haven't touch of ir 'S p OFT II E NEW FORD
j} If"" the steamship on which passage a Indigestion .
: W has been arranged and quartered any form. My kidneys seem wonderfully -
-.y4V ;. ti A New streamline bodies Choice of
,' 11' s In cabin class accommodations Improved ap Jl the acid -
The voyage will last about eight condition: has entirely disappearedI've colors Rustless Steel Triple

S days and when the ships dock at gained 0 pounds In weight ant, w ;' F I shatter-proof glass windshield .
Cherbourg France, each party feel strbnger and better than in
i Will be met by Ulcers especial! years. TWgon; Pills rid my system ' t a t Four Iloudaille double-acting hydraulic

I detailed for the purpose and takenIn of poisons, put my liver to work t I t absorbers Fully en
where and ended my chronic constlpalion. a
special train to Paris n
a '
.c.., '
Unit-class hotel quarters have been ."-Mrs. Estella Thorpe, 1742N. I ii L '' ( closed, silent four-wheel brakes .
W. ISth street, Miami. Canova .
j reserved. ; Extensive use of fine steel forgings
Tho first day in runs will be do Pharmacy, agents. ]
,' Aluminum pistons Chrome
Toted to resting. On the second .r
1 Aslatula T:. & G. depot razedto -n.- I
day the women of each party will con alloy valves Three-quarter
wreath the tomb of the make way for construction ot I
place a modern structure. floating rear axle Torquetubedrive
French unknown soldier and attend k;:
i a reception in which the i v t .tom More than twenty ball

French war mothers, government $ and roller bearings StQrdy steel-
offlc'als' and prominent civilians J RUPERT
will participate. On the thin J b? 1m spoke wheels 55 to 65 miles an

morning the groups going to the Dentist I "t-V i hour Quick acceleration Ease

different cemeteries will leave of control Reliability Economy
Paris, traveling in motor buses,
and proceed to the cemeteries KKVHTONK: : JII.'KIMTH: "'f\, z 4 Long life.

where they will remain for about
seven days. Twenty-five women C" V
will be assigned to each bus and SA t Nw 9 M ""J
an army officer will have charge I i n '' t 1 e
of the bus.
The itineraries to and from the ' t 55 g, t tS

cemeteries and the dally Itineraries 't -" -5 t Roadster $.135
while at the. cemeteries have & T
been varied iso as to take in pointsof 71f e 6 Phaeton $.14,0

historical Interest as well as sir a Coupe $500
some parts of the battlefields
whero American troops were engaged. ,11 tl 'a r Tudor Sedan $500

Upon the return to Paris, / . u dt wm scan S. f: Sport Coupe $530
each party will remain for about
five days and during this time an De Luxe Coupe $55OThreewindow

,, opportunity will be given to see I Fordor Sedan $625
the points of historical interest In deal l tilt |wift,>. stroke of
n w A
Farln and vicinity. The entire viuttnct known Co nunLightning. S. Cabriolet .. $615

duration of the stay In Europe responubie| imurt'l for approximately rtonlit.. i if i e't' t ivs } P De Luxe Sedan $650
will be 14 days. Except in the i
twelve million, dollars in fin loses '
case if illness, or other unavoidable yearly! ii.trskcansywlxrewithout:. 4 Town Sedan; .. $670

cause It will not be possiblefor ujrmng (/. o. b. Detroit, pies freight and delivery.
+ any woman taking the trip tu AJtUMIt .cd fn Ifimmna .' Bumper and tire
aroinwamtl wsgk spare extra, at lowcott.)
wilt you
remain ]In Europe for a longer perIod proffer ,
$ for mufnne 'run .
\ '
,,_ t $< jI; '. Universal Credit Company plan of
than 14 days nor to leave the 1.hUun. n ourHAROLD .
.vv. -? :t-ij' ,... : >.;-: r:;ri. time
which she is traveling, offers
party with >. < payments another Ford
.t' . .
;;f:. : .t ." ': '> ._ .', >'. !i ,,
unless she Is prepared to pay all ; ""i"t<. ,1'<;% ; "-,(',"}. Uil '., ,'" '< ..0 '. . ;;.y;;>><<, ": '' ... economYa.1''f&
her expenses after leaving the party C. WALL ,,, ''' ;': :;;... : '&: ': \":. '\:\ ":. ..:-'i.i"1; <;jgo;}S?' i>> 'tM."


Women Suffering STARKE, FLORIDA 1

il Bladder Irritation "When Doctors children Disagree are irritable and Beauty 0 f line and BEAUTY has been built into the graceful

If functional Bladder Irritation peevish grind their teeth and sleep
disturbs your sleeps, or causes cetlessly, have digestive pains and dia- flowing lines of the new Ford and there is
Burning or Itching Sensation, lurbances, lack of appetite, and havo
Backache Leg Pains or muscular itching eyes, nose and fingers, doctors '
I, feel tired, de- will not always agree that they are sur.I mechanical excellence an appealing charm in its fresh and varied
aches, making you
I cring from worms. Many:Mothers, too,
pressed, and discouraged, why not I will not believe that their carefully "
try the Cystex 48 Hour Test .,brought up children can have worms. harmony of color. Yet more distinctive even
Don't give up. Get Cystex today. The fact remains that these symptoms

__I Put it to the test. See for your- will yield in a pent majority, Cream of cases, than this beauty of line and color is its alert and sprightly
self how quickly it works and to a few doses of White s Vermifuge performance. << << << c
the sure expellant of round
what It does. Money back it it and If child has
doesn't bring quick improvement, of these Fin worms.symptom: your try this harmless any- As days go by you will find that it becomes more and more your favorite car to drive- \
and satisfy you completely.. Try old fnabloned'remedy, which
60c. Corpen- can get at 33o perbotJo from
Cystex today. Only you
_ Ing's Drug Store. ":anova Pharmacy. ? 80 responsive, so easy to handle, so safe and comfortable that it puts a'new joy in motoring.

The city dweller the farmer the industrial worker.- the owner of the spacious two-car I

YOU SAVE garage in the suburbs to all of these it brings a new measure of reliable, economical service.

Craftsmanship. been put into mass production. Today, more than ever, the new Ford is

"a value far above the "
price. 41 << <<
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Located on Lot Next to Bradford County Court House

Opening Play Saturday

"The Pajama Para e" I!!




Doors Open 7:30 Prices: 15 and 25c Show Starts 7:45

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''IIL'u... ... .......-- -----..--------.. present rates on road materials KEYSTONE HEIGHTS ,1 t Wltt'I.1"lt;\( PROGRAM: I II
road department TelegropliOFERS
the state Bradford
used by "Tho Voice ...f I loi i I County
cities and counties. The railroads VlNH llrlvn Oitilrn. ('''r. I I'h'I I
I News of Florida in Short Paragraphs some time ago notified the commission -

that they intended to On Tuesday evening about eighty ; the I
The farm programs: given: by
abandon Present rates on the materials residents of Keystone took well Agricultural Extension: Service ITS READERSTREMENDOUS

which were authorized by I tilled baskets out to the Camp of over state radio station WllUK..

NEWS I tho legislature and\ substitute a the Palms and enjoyed a picnic at 12:11! eastern time each day SrA

II LIVE STATE higher ncale. The commission ap- supper with the Tllibltts family. for the week! beginning April 26

plied for the Injunction against Miss\ Fallen Kaye entertained at will contain such unusual features

revision of the rates until it could the Inn Thursday evening with as'u. classroom discussion on who

I consider the railroad's proposed three tables of bridge gets I the consumers' dollar, showIng ,

J, TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES Gray action.: of Clrcu't Jacksonville! Judge: DeWltt granted T.a at A the beautiful church! communion on Friday was night held In poultry tourists plant around and special tho May college tiny & .. 1 :'

I ---.-------, -----.---.--' temporary Injunction and his action observance of Good Friday, Ten and National Egg': Weak talks, WHY* PAy ---.S
*;-.---'--'-- sustained by Judge Gibbs. taken Into the S
was members were
new each\ day,
esti- the 1930 season tomato crop of Aside from mimic .

Miami--LOHS unofficially resulted to this section rolled out of Palmetto church by Hev.- Weld... Bill and Abe, feature farm entertainers HIT irq J JON
mated at 1100,000 recently It being shipped by J. Mr and Mrs. v. K. Uurr: entertained on Monday Wednesday '

young vegetables, chiefly tomatoes heavy C. Courtney, prominent grower. HAMPTON Thursday evening In honorof and Friday! and anawers to farm :

,tirlf the! morning when a I Is the forerunner of whatIs Mr. Curr's father's birthday. questions the week's program follows THEIR
hall storm swept the farming: communities This car tIlu: Adn !Mmmo 'or. I The guests were: Mr. and Mrs J.
hoped to be a fine crop, notwithstanding :
of Perrlne Peters Goulds adverse weather con- If. Rouser Mr, J. J. Ilouser and Saturday Apr. 26 - Florida' /' 4Jdjfji

and Rockledge south of Miami. The weather during Mar. Mrs. Elmore Red of Alachua Mr. and Mrs C. H Clark. Farm News and IT S. Farm Science I-! byunfiy' r nrtR, 'ttt

The ball continued for 15 minutes ditions. and the was the guest of her sister Mrs. Mr. and MrAV.! II. Ogden had Snapshots.
bad on
and falling: in sizes as large as was recently didn't help mat- 0. Haynes last Sunday as' their dinner guests Saturday Monday Apr. 28 -- The Farmer -

marbles according to residents downpour all of which has cut down Juanlla Richard of Alachua was 1 evening Mr and Mrs. B. R. Weld and the Consumers' Dollar- G jME
ters any
loss in small livestock last Sunday : Mrs: J'hllllp Cadman
here find \
also caused some the crop considerably some esti- the guest of friends Mr. Dr. H. (I. Hamilton, associate professor
and poultry. daughter: Frances .and Miss Ellen: economics, .
mating the loss from 25 to 40 per of agricultural -
cent. Five thousand acres were Mrs. P. n. Hunt entertained asher Hurter loading a classroom discussion. .. (fj? -' -''''

Fort Lauderdale-Port Everglades tomatoes in this county this guests last Sunday. Mr. and A number of people from Keystone Tuesday Am, 20-1ow to Control
Atlantic put
deepest harbor on the which is the largest ever Mrs. W. C. ParrlaU of Jacksonville.J. Heights attended the eighto'clock Contagious Abortion In Cattle

seaboard between Norfolk of year planted, and had weather condi- C. Robinson of Starke manager Easter service at Camp of --Dr. A. L. Shealy, head Animal XouCanHaveVfourChoicei

and New Orleans with a depth been favorable the crop of the Bradford County Telegraph the Palms Sunday morning. The Husbandry! Department, Florida
35 feet at low tide carved out of tions was transacting business afternoon service was the last to Station. Latest
one. Experiment:
have been a bumper
solid rock off the coast by the cities would here last Monday. he held at the camp until! next News about Florida Insect Pests Of An .- FIVE

of Hollywood and Fort Lauderdale Clearwater Dr. I. N. Kennedy E. J. King and family were the November.A -L. W. Zeigler, Experiment: Station. 4$4 i2 25

at a cost of approximately of Eustls game warden for guests of Mr. King's aunt, Mrs Jolly crowd of young people A4A&1NES

$4,500,000, has secured recognition congressional district today Joe Andrews of Starke la8h SunI enjoyed the dance at the pavilion Wednesday, Apr 30 Showing
the first 0---
and support of the U. S. government Monday night: It was a compli- And This
pronounced the rearing lake I I day. Tourists Around the I College! Newspaper
in appropriation schedule black bass at Bellealr estates, Rev' Dixon pastor or tne First mentary affair given by Mr. D. O. PlantUr. N.V.. Hanborn.profenHor l

by the Hlverrf' and harborscommittee for model of Its kind and entirely I Christian 'church here preachedan Stewart who. will have charge of I i of poultry husbandry t"" It's absolutely trust No tiring {IQUS y
as a
of the present congress I sat'sfactory! for the purpose of, Interesting sermon at eleven a. the pavilion during the summer. 'Why Grow Roses In FloridaMrs: la ihli off.".You can actually

Tho committee approved appropriation for- rearing fish. The lake was com-,I m. Tho subject wn the Reserrec- !Mr Stewart has made a numberof K.: L. Lord, president Florida Rose have your choice of' any 5 of (K.i.

of $40,000 annually and filled with fry from a tlon of Jesus. At 8 p. m. a beautiful Improvements and added much Society, if' ACT NOWI ;
Broward pleted 'famous maf.zin.a you
of the rendered, to I the attractiveness! of the place
the mantenance! hatchery Monday. They will Easter service was Thursday May\ 1-Tho fourthIt Irlll of their actual l ny't
large Mack and daughter, The coil U |uil I
port. the size of a finger consisting of music and readings. Mm. Mary In 4-II-Ml** Mary A. Kit-mils agar for -n
be raised to / leading -
sacred and delightful service I Shirley who have been! In St. Petersburg nutritionist Introducing vllu.. A YII
be transferred This extension
String Beans which length and will then large aud'ence.! during the winter stopped . rather.Media ind th. hldditt.Storlti fbwr tit i(1u
Weak NoriimuR
Qulnry This Is the enjoyed by a National Egg away t
have constituted , to other lakes. was Heights for a few days ... known topic) #t....
for the last few years rearing lake of thin kind in The pews were filled and isles In Keystone I Mehrhof, extension poultrymun. and .rUcltl on .y
the bulk of Gadaden coun- first and was arranged for crowded with listeners. Mrs. J. on their way north Late News About Florida Livestock 0 1 Look '*ni ov"r. Select/ your f''oril f

iv's truck have this year been reduced the state local chamber of commerce G. Lamoreaux and others who as- Mr. Harper Smith, ulster Miss' Troubles-Ur E. F. ThomasIs..Istant .nd Mall; the Coupon Today I Don'

to about one-halt the acreage by of the Clearwater and carried out by Isted In the preparation of this Kino Smith and Mrs George Williams . veterinarian Florida. Experlmont I ,,,,,,, worry If you body get l lomo of lh.ini llorniiiiiklnrpxn
J. of !Mr.and
heretofore planted stated are due many were week-end guests will b. propolyavmgCoupon
the wild life and game committeeof beautiful program Station .3 iln.f. Rcntwili
I. Reynolds recently. No cause congratulations and .will reap the Mrs J, K. Lawrence.Mrs. Friday. May 2.-May on th ;;
.... ,d.d. ;
stated that pepperS the assist. Edd\ Lawrence and Miss .
has been given. lie reward of their readiness to Florida Farm 'J Francis Cooper,
miscellaneous vegetables to others and by Efllce Smith left the first of the downs
and other The Florida ,and give pleasure extension editor. Ups and
than offset the Tallahassee their Father In week for their borne In Meadville
would more glorify Farmer
Crand Lodge of \Masons In annual :so doing of a Florida
of the beans as a great The Interior of the church Pa. ,
scarcity elected Wallace Heaven. -- --
deal of acreage Is being devoted to convention here today of Newberry alMost was decorated with red white andsunburst. Mr. and Mrs. Case Mr. and Mrs. 0
ready R. and Mrs. Petty, mother of
A ferns.
to the last named product. Grand Master for roses and drooping Sprower
market is now found for practical. Worshipful dedicated Rev.' Norrl will preach at the Mrs. Case and Mrs. Sprower left STEUL COURTNEYIw.cuertw :
truck the ensuing year Sunday morn- Sunday morning for their home In : All Subscriptions Are for a Full Year
county grown next
ly all (Qadsden two tablets on the temple of the Baptist church (Cmcift futSodtr, which if lor I moss)
i of AndKSTATK
and Is proving a valuable sourceof 'Tallahassee lodge to commemorate Ing. Rev.' Flnlne professor will preachat New Mr.Jersey and Mrs. George. Tlbbltts. IUiI'I'UIUUI.: nn Income to farmers. hundredth anniver Gainesville University M. K BM. llnraala OIT,. mn eat'loMlnic I th
the one HKOKr.ltStarke
| :Misses Jo Wilson Helen Florence : In payment for a on. rear ""uh.'rlp" lu
of the founding of the grand 8 p. m. the of Fla.Juit aDd (b. FIVU>ila'" I bare
Waucbnla Strawberry shipping sary Other officers Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan of and Jack Weber of Camp tour paper
de- lodge In the state. Sullivan's the Palms left Monday\ morning
is rapidly Mrs.
in this section Samuel Pasco, Thwessa visited blewram.
with the shipment named included Mrs. David Jones. 'for the Camp of the Woods In the
ereaslni now night Worshipful Deputy mother -
this week of only 24,600 pints according Pensacola. Gould Mr. and Mrs. J. C. ,Adirondack OstrichA
Grand Master; J. S. B. Moyer F. Mrs.\ Daunman and Mrs. Tfiorpe Like An St.or II. f.I>-
today. Forbes
made Mrs.
and ,
to a check reefers out of Jacksonville right worshipful senior Ackley and Mr.spending the winter who have been I at the Inn all wIn- medical authority says that aprn TOWM. .__i imrtrma _. ._____.-...e
120 been
There I have skin
were Grand Warden; B, W Helven- who for their homes who tries to cover up
Howling Green and'44 from 'Wau- Oak. Right Worshipful; months here left last Monday for ter. left Monday LlernMics and pimples with toilet Q\ Pltrjr.Journal Q llouMhoM. MucailiM
hula the week. The last ston. Live homes In.the north. lu New York. and ixnvUcn U Just Ofl foolish 4 . .
during Wilber P. Webster their creams Q Drorder'.fluorite] Q JliMlern lomimitkUi
Treasurer; Cadman
Grand or Mr. and Mrs. Philip buries iti head in O
shipped 10 days ago. and Mrs.V.. O. Bennett as an OHtricu that ;
xollrt car was Jacksonville. Right Worshipful Mr. Miss EllenIluffer Q C"pprr'a Farmer O Yeti Farm PUrx.JaurwU HQ
from this countynow attended the Easter daughter, Frances and ; the sand to avoid danger. SUa eruptions -
Total shipments with Grand Chaplain Emeritus; andA. Hawthorn evening. of Orlando were guests of arc nature's warning that con- QTh.('aaatrrlfmne N..ll rritft
stand at 3,862,688 pints ;Right service here last Sunday I/em.r/r/ r.. a r
E. Calkins, St. Augustine Sunday.Shipping tipatior is tljrowinf' ?poixona into yrjur ,.....
season will of the Hawthorn Mr. and Mrs Weld over ; . Q ttuhHnUcF (Ii fly) to *
'he kelihood: that the Reverend Grand Chaplain. Rev.' Moore pastor :load I stream and wiiakening your whota Q I.;..ryb xljr'.Pllry.M<.
visitor -i M.mtUlyQ
within the next two Baptist Church was a tia! constipated Journal p Ptuple'o Popular
rapidly decline period on Florida vegetables constitution iiAiuwu 1 Q Th. Farm
weeks and will probably end about Tallahassee-The Florida railroad here last Saturday. for this season has been condition and you will: strcnrthen your Q frulu*Jad.n. BpoHimiui'.hlae.a0O.ntl.wamaatiag. 1
It 'Is unlikelYthat road that connects road 13 system again d!wn.<"t and clear up PaultnJ.urnal
The Slwxlird
nle today
first of May. advised O
reach ...- commission was Drooker road at extended to July 1 and on grapes your diiiiigurou akin Tile l>cst way to
the shipments will Circuit Judge George C. with the Starke- administrationIt of IlerUna tIle Q SBccMtful rllflnlDS
to that hard surfaced. to July IS. under :do this Is with a course Q GIII'oI.
"00,000 pints this season due Glbbs. sitting at Jacksonville had this city Is being Is announced by W C. O'Kane. vegetable medicine that acts naturally Q Ham Clrcl Q Wot.jn'.Worldr

unfavorable weather conditions' In granted the commission a permanent The work is under the manage- federal executive and chairman of : and! easily, which you can pst at

February and March. injunction restraining railroads ment of fl. W. ,Mlkell, and Is progressing the federal fruit fly board. Canova Pharmacy

of the state from changing nicely .
Palmetto( -The first carload

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-- flogging.We
. the door of either the alleged assembly building for girlsat Bottling Company now jo .II
-- O L. Haynes, the attack will be undertaken in on new 11DI
Mrs. correct your '
C Robinson the also wish to ing program
I and ,
Mra... S. L. Peek Mrs. N. 1>. WainwrIght klanemen or kinsmen which, because the gangsters statement that the "Beach is still rtlomar section of city this: sum- Stetson University progressing new quarters full-um op,".n\J
Mra N. Sternberg, Mrs. J. very manner in closed", fpr It has not been closed ,rapidly. Lions resumed.They're .
ci&tnUIlt I operated was for the purposeof mer. .
D. A. MontletMr for --,
J M Mitchell: Identified with at any time and is now open
:'. L. I). Vining and Miss Mabel the preventing crime and being their connection bathing, fishing and picnics,start and --,
Weller. necessity the report the regular weekly
shown. From
festival and dance
with a May Day
for they
OINMOU-HltllM.K I'AIITV had to be welcome. We rlr
MEW AM SO Cl.t'KMrs are really not so fierce Mr. Rob "
the manhood to '
ILi Join
M. not
Senator and Mrs. E. do possess inson. Come and get acquainted.
1). P Carpenter and !\fra. were host and hostess to their come out In the open. Mrs. Nora .U., Kennedy,
entertained Saturday club\ Saturday evening nt the'r If this endeavor to give our Robert W. Kennedy.
T Long
at T their homo with a bridge luncheon home with a dinner bridge Ilurty. readers tho story of the court I sitting on top
tastefully uRed resort and the attack ,
far members (}f the Sew and So Cut flowers were 1 troubles of the Mi. O. L, Beasley was calledto 1
of both throughout the home for this on a citizen of the county partakes account of t
Club. The living rooms i I Tampa Saturday on
apartments were decorated with pleasant ada'rFollowing. of "yellow" journalism, thenIt the death of hs! sister, Mrs. S. L. : 1'e
flowers. After a delightful (dinne. Is necessary that some stronger the World
a profusion of "spring Kraemer, who at one time was a
assembling/ the lower IIvlnK' bridge; was enjoyed( till a late hour. word bo coined to cover those so resident of Starke Mr. Beasley 9s
room the guests were Inv ted up- Mr J. C. Robinson and MA.. !Z. cowardly ns to hide their actions was accompanied to Tampa by Mrs. '
Adklns were awarded the prize and identity under cover of dark-
tables were itractlvely
stairs where card J. Griffin. With a diploma, a
laid for luncheon. Baeh for making high scores during the: ness and behind masks. f0. -

.;; guest drew a tally which bore the evening. !Mr. and Mra. TRAIN SClIl1)ULEOur ; fine knowledge o f )
1 name of a flower and dlrectli The guests were: Editor of Bradford County Telegraphs -
Ferndale or H. C. Wall, Mr. and Mrs. 0. A. -
her to HoBpmont : Latin and Trigonometry. -
I., and Mrs. A. Z. At : schedule changes 12:01: a.
where she found another Knight, Judge
Greenwood article in the Issue of your Sunday, April 20th and trains
W M. An m., .
"flower" waiting to be her kin!'!, Mr. and Mrs doS
wright and Mr. and Mrs J.I paper of April 18th, 1930, entitled will run as follows: What more
partner. I "Hampton Beach Case Settled" Local No. I, southbound, due
i'' After the three course lunchec C. Robinson need? This:
account of reported they
bridge untJ1 contains an Starke 11:11 p. m.
the guests enjoyed citizen ofHampton southbound, due ;
flogging of a prominent Local No. 11, .
j late in the afternoon, the progre' and among other things I Starke, ll:13'a.: m. ..'.. They need to start off
,[ alone being directed by the palIng -
? "unauthorized report 107 southbound
:. of flowers on score cards I In, states that Limited No. foot in
I' LcTh lay the attack at the door of..elther due Starke 10-i4;-''. m. on. the right
'I place of high scores. 1 1j oJ of the due .
\. klansmen or kinsmen Limited 191, southbound, Interest of
,At the end of the progressloi of the business world.
, control
parties who still retain Starke, 10:36: p. m.
: each guest received a flower in a the beach." This strongly par- Locals Northbound: 4 per cent on All

1 mlnalure occasion flower pot a B.memento S. Carroll takes of yellow journalism in that No. 2. due Starke; 5:43: a. m. Saving And the best way to . ., .!

of the 1..ltOO"SI'Hi'4: : OP II\MI: >TO'1JKACH :' you are willing to circulate a baseless No. 12, due Starke, 3:06 p. m.
14 ; who wall made basket high filled score with was red report against us for which Limited No. 108, due Starke, do is to give a savings
given a

1'erkln; you are unwilling to assume 5:53: p. m. ,e'
and Mills Eunice
> rones holder of low, received a wax rose Hampton, Flu., Apr. 22, 193Vlr. ability. Starko and Wannee Branch: account to beg i in.. ,',
bottle of perfume. J. C. Robinson, We do not know whether the No. 101 leaves Starke 7 a. m, No. ..
p.. containing a with. Let Bank of '
: lanaglng Editor, flogged or molested 102 arrives 2140 p. m. dally except a
i.; Assisting the hostesses In servIng gentleman was ., r
and looking after the pleasur, Bradford County Telegraph, in any way, and if he was it Sunday Book .
Florida. instigation and was T. J. Griffin, agent Starke Deposit
Ys of their guests were two member tarke, was not at our :
r of the junior set, Misses Lois Long Dear Sir: without our knowledge or consent be their graduation
1' and Marjorie Stump. We hand you herewith an article Rliie HUM. Hc'hOc1uh"ll"
Enjoying the hospitality of Mri we trust you shall print for We are not connected with the Southbound-9:37 a. m., 11:37a. : '

i' Carpenter and Mrs. Long were: U8, for we fear that the article In klan In any way, and so far as we m., 4:07: p. m., 6:37: p. m. 11- gift.

.. Mian Dotty Chamberlain, Mia your paper referred to therein willbe know no relative of ours is con- 40 p. mNorthbound4:50. 1
quite Injurious to our business, the klan. We have a. .m., 8:53a. : :
Eunice Perkins. Miss Blanche Alderman -. nected with Starke
/ Miss Madge anti as we are entirely Innocent only one relative in this state, a m., 1:53 p. m, 4.23 p. m., 8:23p. Bank of

j a Miss Ethel; Griffin 1\flddleton'I' of any connection or responsibility son, who resides in Jacksonville m. ,
r Gruber, Miss MaBelle for the incident referred to in your: and who is.without knowledge as Tickets and Information at
;' Florence Matthews, Mrs. H. C.I I article, and which was the basli to this reported event. Smith's Service Statfon, 'next to Tr' $ AN'HONOR ROLL BANKE.

: Retch and Mrs. I). S. Carroll. of said article, we feel that our We are peaceable, lawabidingcitizens courthouse.
newer should have the same fron and conduct our business 2.. Brooks S. Matthews, Pres. R. J. Davis, Cashier
I: J.n'lu IM: MOIH: cLCiiThe age prominence given the orlgrial as such, and are content to rest Jacksonville
814 Ilog-
moved to
!' -- article. our claims with the court and Cigar Company '
Llvre de Mots Club me When you take In consideration neither Instigated nor condonedi m street. - -
- -
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In this: -- '-
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hat are new people --
we -
Wednesday with Mra. K, k. Perry- -- -
seC'tlon'and our reputation for beiK -
Iteitutlful Pan
man for luncheon.
{ Neyrou roses were arranged tithe i, law-aBldlng citizens is not 110well :
1 rooms and also formed, the known OB would be the case

center piece on the table where the If we had resided among you good ,
q guests were served. oople for a number of years, you So

After luncheon the first ('hupter'Of I'au readily see how an article of n all..
and especially unanswered -
; "The Art of Thinking" bj thnt kind,
f could and most likely -
Ic Ernest Dlmnet, was read and dlsruased. by us
The book selected for would be quite Injurious,,

study during the next month was lough we are confident you hadno .
of. reflecting on us
"The Hlse of American Civiliza- intention I
.j Charles and Mary Beard pee Is 11)?.
t!OI} by
Meeting with Mrs. Perryman Thanking you for such publicity Andrews' Store makes a special

were: Mrs. L. A, Davis, Mra. L.. as i: you shall give this reply of ours,

Wyman, Mrs. Edward Burns, Mrs. we assure you of our"esteem and .
T. J. Alderman and Mrs. DeWitt shall be glad to( have you and your .

: ,C. Jones of Gainesville. lends visit the beach as often "" offer its customers!
thIs summer ns possible . to
lilt IDG K I'ARTV Yours very truly,
-M 'Mrs. Nora B. Kennedy, .
Members of the Afternoon Bridge .. Robert W, Kennedy

Club and friends were delightfully For a Limited Time Only .
entertained by Mra. A Z. AdkIns The Telegraph gladly gives .
at her home Tuesday 'rte.'l1oon.. space to the following article from

Bright hued spring flowers lenta owners. of the Hampton Beach .
colorful air to the rooms where property, publishing it complete
the players spent a pleasant after Insofar as it relates to the parties :

noon. At the clone of the games, themselves and the beach resort,
I Mrs. W. Wainwright and Mrs. as it bad no Intention of dong! ,

It. C. Wall were awarded prizes for larni to innocent persons. At the $ 61.\
holding first and' second scored. same time the paper has no apol-

The hostess, assisted by Hazel ogy to make for printing the story

1 and Loin Adkins, served a salad from: facts it was able to gather, it .. .
course to the following guests: being a newspaper's duty to publish -
Mrs, H. C. Wall Mrs. W. M Wainwright news. The article clearly stated -
Mr.. E. 'M. Johns Mrs. J. "unsubstantiated reports" laid

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BRADFORD COUNT' T18LElINP1I. STARKE, __ .. _-....- ..--_._-
APRIL 85.19SO --- ___n_.___ .-.----...- --- ...- -!' South Jarksonvllla--- \ Morro -,------- -'- - -- y
,. .I Ihe- Humphrey home
In Merchantrille I .
to her home
turned: .
J Friends of Mrs. R S Humphreywill 'street opened to
1 N J. after two months here to 1<-RI'1ot her improved I' ....
be pleased ---
;with Mr.\ and Mrs1. J. Frank Tho- condition.: : I -- -- Did Your Easter Eggs Give You .tf,

Bits of nau. \ "1Ud ,

Mrs W. Laurie Edwards and Hamptolllead.. Chan- \ the Stomach Ache too? J/oIII't'e
Fredrlka, of Jack- FLORIDATHEATRE
<" 1 little daughter; teau
:ionvllle, will arrive here Saturday .
Local J4SVtConcerning :for a visit with Mr. and Mrs W. the Chan- J "
II. Struth. Have you skated pn Suffered! ,
teats floor )''t'U You don't know Homo of YltaplionoGAINESVILLE ffJtK} .:

Our People, Business and 'missed. Ask the FLA.
Mr. Junior McDonald left Tues- what you have ,
Progress of the County and Town. lay for Lenoir-Rhyno College atllckory hundred ",'bo' have tried our Chicago - -- -- I ate six of the darned thing: and when I went to bed that

N. C., after spending the all ball-bearing: rink I night I dreamed about rabbits laying: Na..lE'r11111I\ intsead: of
blaster: holidays here with Mr. J. tho finest mode in the skates'l! : Program Week of April 2' t'jKII. ImiiKlne my enihurrasHnu-nt If that ever happened!
____ noonon_._ Ia3c. 5
c::>>c::>?> 52525uti- -------- h'. Klckllter. Children matinee every
and N. Christy andS. ,l THURSDAY But you know the llttlo bunnies have some keen rompeti-
home Mrs. C. -- Sutnrday, morning; i" \
was -- also '
Alderman noon wink's
. Did rend in List! paper
Mona Starko you
for the week-end. R..Johns, Jr., visited Bok Tower WHEN A FELLKIl NEEDS A Inc-lud'iiK: skater Skating is one tlon around now. StuteKKK- \
l uiluhassee Sunday. time: Mondaynight most healthful exercisesyou \ I "SHOW GIRL INHOLLYWOOD" I II about Arch Thomas winning; second' place In the
FRIEND. The of I
of thing
Contest? Yes sir, that's a fact! It thin sort
a vts'torroni 8 o'clock. The place: HIt. Indulge; In Popular price' Laying
W I). Brinson was i at ran I'm afraid a lot of rabbits are going to lie thrown
Baldwin Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. R. Johnston S. Audltorum. The price: Who our motto is" Courtesy and atten \ WithAI.iCE dot keeps of up employment\ around hero I guess the poor things will

of Tampa were week-end guests of (area about that? tion.Mother's _....: I and a filling Million or try to get a poutclllco -
hnvo to open up
Jr. Mekelburr< mg; go
Hitch Jos.
Fore spent the Mr. and MVs. J. II. I WHITEFRIDAY ,
,$ :MaBelle I Mrs. J. II. Rltch. Mrs. 11. S. Car Come and visit our beach, Bpe job.

cud in Wlldwood. Misses Hazel' Adklnd and Annie roil Mrs. J. H. Hitch, Jr.,.and t he Improvement Bathing! facll I have ,to start! a little foolishness now and then but I wantto r

niume of Lake City, Mae Pearce were week-end: guestsof Misses flatly Chamberlain ant 1 tills.: Everything t* clean and I I toll you folks that when I get down to selling merchandise\

Marvin friends here Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Adklus In Harriet Hitch spent Tuesday In I II('II t. I I get real wrlou, In fact the strawberry season Wit tmv Just a
I Htung Gainesville. Jacksonville. I 'Road House Nights'With : passed. through/ IB enough to nuiko anybody lIerl
potato plants next I 1, moan IIHI'Ie.S'rloll8l, .
II i .1 F. Klckllter. Snowflake, white and yellow Mr. and Mrs II. V. Knight night were tc GAIETY ; HELEN MORGAN AND I II spooking, 1 want you to try IlllIlr"f our $1,00 full

- truckers Cuban Flint and In Gainesville Tuesday fashioned l hose; you'll ha surprlHi-0 Talk about snappy lookIng -
1)I M. -llarward .of Miami, good: variety of old field corn seed see Dif, J. E. Maines, Jr., whc. I CHARLES RUCKLES : frocks girls we've got 'em and only |5.!SIS, Swal'es. (tarn.

I w.'fk-end) visitor In Starke. J. F. Klckllter. recently there.sir. underwent. a serious operation THEATRESTARKE I !Added Lupino Lane Comedy hack & Co., himself ('olll
Hid 1 Mrs. J. A. Saul spent Mrs.. -L. S. Mutto was called to I I "THE LUNK HEAD" Men, If you feel the need of a new suit let me take yourmeasure
co.k-eml visiting in Alma, Ga. Jacksonville Monday on account of and Mrs. J. H. Hitch, Mr FLA. I ,, my motto Is "No fit no money" that's fa.r enough
and Mrs. II. C. Rltch, Mlsttess: Harriet . Isn't it? .
the Illness'" of her little grand. Mist -- i i SATURDAY
Wales was and Dorothy Rltch and .
of Lake
r 'Parpen here recently. hall.Comelookseelaughthrillgig. Hetty Chamberlain drove to Roy I HANKYIn .......
friends VILMA: N.i..I.:
|liiB \\oiiilrrruliiliir S .
-- Tower Sunday Fri. S3 & Sat. 26 I .. STERNBERG'STIIM I ...
: \ I. fl ,..
| Mrs. \V J.: I Mhlrlhjr '..... yp. .
C. White. WHEN A FEL
rs Oeo. gle-and applaud fur '. M.. .f
WHOOPEE SALE!:! More r r
rHiiii and Mrs. Qeo. A. Ander- LER NEEDS A FRIEND. Monday BIG with ) : "A Lady to Love"With : KKI.IA1U.14: : HTOUIO:
home you
Gainesville than can
pent Tuesday III night at R. H. S. you will HOOT GIBSON Aharry '. How-out. of ""-11'" manner Suit $IO
B. II. S. CUTS LOOSE! and BO t : I N SIMM liil .-.- -,-,.... -,-
cush- WHEN A FELLER NEEDS Lun don Comedy ,.--..------------ -
and at
jilo tops cushions Mr. and Mrs. ,V. G. Struth and you In I
overa. M.\ Levlton. 26ttrs children of Jacksonville, were vis. A FRIEND. I I "SKY IlOX" I STEAM PRESSING COMPANY

Itlng Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Strul Mrs. C, K,. "Trailing Trouble"Also Pressed and) Reshaped)
J, H. Lord and Mrs. Pan- here Thursday. Mrs. T. A': BrlnHon Suits Cleaned,
Gainesville Tues- Johns of Baldwin and Mrs. J. F SUNUAYnn.Lm Phone 52DOZlER&GAfS were In ( N. C.. I J. Frank Thotnan-
Mr., L. C. Powell Mr. Johl: David of .I :
and Mrs.
of Mr Should
Powell and Miss Elta Tison werl wero guests: What Every Ice ;Man r--
WhHaker was a vista afte Thurn W Wednesday
|"ir In Jacksonville :
Lert from the State Farm Tues Know andi'ATIIE \ "'7-r. : LUSTEK-KOTK
noon. Mrs. A, Z. Ad llIs. Mrs E. M, "The Other Tomor M1\11'\ ''". --
.... T. t;. orpt'n'lnKwero
Johns and Mr NEWS
Mr.: and Mrs! Ovid Andrew aiehlldren Starke attending row" \t Highest grade waterproofvarnish
lOll Mrs. Harvey Long of of MiamI. spent tlweekend guests: [.t mnnvllle, were visiting here here with Mr. and Mr! the party!given by Mrs. J. C - _. and !stain in !rirn-
.. Adklns and Mrs.\ Otto F. Stork - -- -- MONDAY-TUESDAY \
week O. A. Andreu. In Gainesville today. I II title combination; it i i'l!' both
Bennett was ,V cd. SO & .Ua//l i (!EOR(3E ARLISS LUSTERKOTE
ins tussle: Mae Mrs. Jessie H. Cook and so: and will
A elastic and tough
the drink and see In
for Eat
fronts Tallahassee I Arthur, of Lake Worth were r I
k-end.r (rent guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. 1 11 FELLER NEEDS your A molher-ln-law Ronald ColemanIn 'The Green Goddess'WEINESiAY not turn while under hot or
-_ I Lord. tomorrow
and Mrs. T. T. Long and' might drop In. B. H. S. auditoriumMonday i cold water.
o'clock\ it, .s
Apr. 28 at 8
Mrs n. S. Carroll were Rafe Johns '( night lr
and Ml' and '
tt7ti '
.. .
ukxonvllle Sunday. Lake Duller were guests of In I of Gaines "TWO LOVERS" ..",,;;;,"'; ,i. ;'ro... DRIUS IN A. HOURS
_.....- parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. II. GreWedne < II Mrs. Dale Vanslckle "Case of Sergeant ...." 11rs.V.. J. Epperson expo't ._. .
S. W. Whtteheadmnounred vllle and Also
and Mrs. clay. i Grischa"Mickey ,
,. the arrival of a to be In Jacksonville Suttird.ij
will visit Mr. Vanslckle : McGuire( Comedy \ Bradford County ,
20th. they
Sunday, April Stlth where Episode
)y elf on Mr. and Mrs. M. C. ai i hospital !.Mh)
children arrived here Monday fro: I who is' In St. Vincents '
Company' ilrlngless and bountiful Louisville, Ky., and are guests 4MI' I there. "TARZAN THE TICEH" lt<>K 1ur IVIroH. I Of & BOr Supply .

In" tomato plants. J. F. Kick- and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. ---of-Jackson, ' 774 W* - .- ---r -
J Dr. William vlst: ti =---- --r- -- -- ..........
has r e- vllle, made a piotesglonal IIS'
Holmes .
--- Elizabeth
!Slts\ t I It
Laird were .. _._ ._ _. ----- :
111 and Mrs. C. S. I _a---f-._ -- --- .- .
I'ort. here from Brooker Tues- p- -- _._---=----- ----- =- =. '

*tr and Mrs. DeWltt C. Jones I. I dark A

I r.alnesvllle were visiting here II I
(day .. I as Imiorapt'

"unator, E. M. Johns and Tax [ I

|llortor Knight were in Tallahas- II II I Saving! I

|\! Betty Chamberlain was I
|tesa to the Thursday Afternoon '
I dge Club last week. or Quaker I' t and

Regular or Quick I ,
(Velvet' beans, (chufas Spanish I II ; !
11 I Florida Runner peanuts. J. I

Klckllter.I --. I iffi . Oats, 3 pkgs. - - 25c : Checkingaccount

[ENT A WORD% Compare, our prices p C t i -Libby Home MadeSsPicUes :! .

with those rlsoulirrc,

and )'ou'li wo how Pt. Bottle - I9ct ,, should
COLUMN MibNtuiitlul are M. C. ,

t+'OI'e NiivliiR Ouriliinlity :<
Furnished apart lily bpurxroinniparlion !
ment, lower floor. J. F. Kick- of tho MIe"' 'r Log Cabin--Medium Size

liter. 3-21-tf. I\ strictest. sort y q, 25c I be your first

ORON3 for Sale. Extra Homers Syrup : 9'd!
$)1.00 per pair. Wood's It* Pit. /
Farm Starke. :

One 6-room residence ) Armour Veri-best in the bus-
OH KENT- ; sTep
West Madison St. Apply ? :
on .
W. II. Green Phone 133. If Preserves pound jar I ,tktnn,"l',

I li ,ydtlrltm'f ,
Overland 1926I .. I t
Ion One
,Q" "
model truck, cash 4000. Good I : I '' world
I wndit'on.: M. C.. Sweeney, i Granulated II Gold Medal tielf-rising'
5-2t- Cane Fine ,
I lUmpton. 4,2 Pure ,

'A.ITED-Cood: farm be cheap horse or for I SUGAR 10 Pounds 56c : Flour, 24 pounds $1.05

small mule, .
\ ,
,anh. Address Geo. W. Thomas, arc graduating into the world of af
4-18-2t 'When you graduate, you
: Van Camp'sCatsup foundation of all busint'nn
lJl Maxwell ouse fairs. It is then you should start
RENT-8-room I
on two SALE story house OR on corner ofPall I large battle-- 22c

and Church streets. Apply \ Coffee Pound Can37c SAVINGS ACCOUNTTo

u,, W. E.' Daugherty. 4-18-tf.. A

IIF.BNIA 1'- Self-rising must have money--to have money you must
Uri'TURK OR Dixie Special be successful you

-have an Oper- Octagon SoapPowders will be in position to take advantage of opportunities -
lout buy a Truss or Save. Then you
nlon.\ see the Rupture Speclal- lOc Flour 24 pounds98c
''Hi Dr. H. A. Boener, Mlcanopy-, I 3 pkgs. - presenting themselves to you. Start your commence-
448t. ,
''a.. by appointment. bank.
\ I A New riot ment into life's battles by aligning with a good strong

'l.AUOE CHICAGO MANUFAC- i 5c Just Received .' ti s
''KER( has a piano near : P & G Regular Price -

tarke which is slightly used 3 Pound can 67ctc
We will 19c
and partly paid for.. *
cll this to a responsible party Soap,5Bars------ i

willing to complete small BankBradford
monthly payments. For full ,:, Bradford County
Particulars address P. O. Box
;Z Chicago. Illinois." 4253t.
County's Financial Stronghold ,

the I I S. L. PEEK Cashier
wish ,
Kindly see me if you I J. H. RITCH, President -r
''Imes-Un'.on( delivered to your t

nome. Rates: By the week. 20c In; 11\\ Where Satisfaction Is a Certainty

b? the month 85c; payable u =
all --
for sale
advance also paper __ =:'- ,
= -
Sunday. =
drug stores dally and \= -
C G. Strickland, agent. 4.25.2t.Mr. OF 't

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. . -- - -- - --- - he continued. Most of these JERSEY HI M.sBROUGHT
-- _n' _..._. ---.- -----, course I had already thought bont 5 Iba. Ground oat groats. QCAI.JTV OK MILKCK..T.Y high down Into the TO

.__ ._. .__ : AFFECTED worms will nestle U.hRlb
--- 15 Ibs. Wheat bran. 4
u I that end of It, 110 we agreed onI HOME corn bud and there feed M the Jo'UO11.: .hOST.
: AT ,
that point. 5 Ibs. Alfalfa leaf meal. ,
I bud worm. -
and Farming I Then he showed me a lot of lit- 5 Ibs. Meat scrap. said Florida farmer..
5 Ibs. Fish scrap Good health as well as flavor The third generation registered Jersey h Iitt l''

I -! 10 Ibs. Skim milk: powder. and keeping qualities make the .lIIllIaue about the time corn silks co-operative salt ? 19.

I j Editor) 1 meal. home care of milk delivered begin to form The caterpIlarllwill : v
(CDy Agricultural how many different food element 2 Ibs. Steamed bone proper Georgia where 2* ,

I I they contained and all about the 2 Ibs Oyster shell flour.. I Iat the doorstep home. a* to that produced threo feed days on, but the silks will then for two work or were sold for an ai? (.*bb4. *"

I lot 1 lb. Salt. at Irh
vitamins in them. expect a 66.52.

I : Farmers a-n Truckers Are Imited to Contribute Articles I :, of that wan true but I didn't see 2 lb.. <(1< st > Cod liver oil. Milk that la allowed to stand In: their way Into the ear the; completing kernels.- According to 01 ,

i iI should have to know A starter mash of this kind is the sun soon reaches a tempera development in l4
FoundTo why people and Dr. R. B. Be .
: and Methods the hard the
of Farm Experiences 'tho chemical analysis of egg to to be left before the chicks constantly ture' that Is quite favorable to I When the corn become Animal Husbandry vf11

II He Best Suited to Our Country :, know that they are good'. . Mary' for the first twelve weeks, rapid multiplication of harmful I worm ia not out-done. It will mine the Experiment Slat o..oartlhlt I B

I ___ j j took side with the agent and together although after the first week a bacteria. Therefore the bottle. '!'ts way into the cotton boll and ,WHloughby. profess' lOde

IL-_ .-. .- .- - --- -.- - -.I they won out so I agreed. scratch grain and other Items should be placed In a cool place as :I I is then called the cotton boll husbandry College ..1 '''

F t.HT' ALL K.-T VfM: wan going to do the farmer. Then J Just as the agent was leaving I should also be fed, as will be explained soon as possible, and kept cool worm. those coming to Fir'>' 4gricth hl

MUST UKKK: : IX MTI he got started and before I could asked him to tell us again the In next week's, column. Whether the milk is in the openor When the worm Is feeding on unusual high q.uallt fa 1Ier,*

the first week be in the refrigerator: should. be It Is easily poisoned > fbreh
stop him be explained how this date of this week of egg-eating. Throughout small tomatoes from Register of M-,, ,
I ( >7 Spud Johnson He said May 17. I told him that sure to keep plenty. fresh water kept covered to avoid absorptionof by spraying or dusting with the '0 r.l
council wanted to one was son of
national poultry before the odors and flavors.It of lead a iin/ _
we had been celebrating national slightly warmed, cad arsenate. One pound :
Sometime I think the lime! will everybody talking and writing purchased by the U s O
get in the bottle parb.
egg week every week since we had chicks, changing It two or three should be kept arsenate may be added to 50 gallons i
t be here when every week in about egg*. Then these people and of Agriculture. Th
soon sacks until It Is used and the neck Bordeaux nine i
been married and he went away times a day. The burlap can of the common
the rear will be designated a* would have to eat a lot of egg to should be washed coming to Florida sold for
the of the bottle
laughing. be removed( from the top of cap Later on an Important u
kind of campaign, The that they had faith In what s.ray. erage of $67.11 they
some prove before It |la opened.All stated
e> litter after two or thrift days each time control measure Is to pick up and
other day our county agent came they iialfl Four of the bulls Wl'r, .
become accustomed bottles should be washed as
when the chicks have destroy all' wormy tomatoes.
, around and began talking about If everybody got started eating *' ed by A. C. McLean t.lVl
to eating their mash. soon as emptied.Old advised plantingcorn ,
National Egg: Week, and it look twice as many egg a* usual he Important; Keep the temperature milk and new milk shouldas He in tomato and two by County Ageni i B Eo !t|
trap crop
life* a good Idea. said It wouldn't take an agricultural : I be mixed. a- ton Madison and on< -achbil
rule not
1' 2
NI under the edge o. the hover a general cotton fields as a measure of pro-
The very first thing I caked him nconornist to figure out what: cold milk and T. Hartman. Gainesville O.
P4 I. I Inches off the floor at an even Neither should I tection since the insert prefers
all this talk would happen to the price. Of Thomas Gainesville ,
much good
bow nj
wan I 95 degrees day apd night. If the warm, milk be mixed. corn to other most plants. The Pearson Alachua, I

' I 1 KEPOUT OF TilE HOARD OF BOND TRUSTEES, BRADFORD -, chicks pile up and die. something Since flies carry germs and corn if used should be planted so -

t Is I wrong with the heat. They are filth they should not be tolerated that It will come into silk about A eerie of field rnevtin

COUNTY, FLORIDA, SIX: MONTHS, comfortable and right when they around milk.Florida the time the first tomato fruitsor the production of cltrut

ENDING DECEMBER; 31ST 1929 THK FIRST FEEDING are evenly distributed and forma baa more certified dairies cotton bolls are formed. be held In Orange fruit!J

( t sleeping ring within a few than Georgia Alabama, Mississippi As bud worm the Insect county 0'1
---- a corn 1 with a number of

tt.. II K 'KIPTM: I The chick are not to be fed for I Inches from the outer edge of the Louisiana, North and South may be killed by dusting with lead ures In the agricultural prominent 1tlclpating
July It. 1979 auto IJeenim ____u________________________-1 21't ) hatched hover. Carolina all combined, and produces arsenate, one pound to. 10 poundsof In discussions I
July I1. !1929. Ira. tan ._ _.-_ .___ ._____.._____>.____________ l 0".SJK some time after they are Next. The second week. milk that has a bacterial I or air-slaked lime. >n ran
'L- .f. 19. lt:?'. auto Uremia .._ P' _______u__________________ 6*.*flS. :and usually they are not put In I 'I'ISORUFLaIX lower than the average, according hydrated phases of the industry; One off
count| . !It 211. gas tax . . _________nn_____________ 'US'f2 : Killing these bud worms will savemuchcorn meetings will be held Orlilbutthe
1 Nept. I-.,, 112. Kan tax . ._ __ ._ .u.____________ ___________ the brooder until they are old I : to John M. Scott state I I as well as diminish the in
I 'k-t. 8. auto Iteens. _. ___ __. .___,--________-____.--____--_n- 1111.12 their first feed. : : \\it.t. CONTROL milk Inspector. Thus housewivescan sites for two 'there ill
1 ,rt. If. U" auto llrcnilff u.--_ ___u_______.:__________________ 22.1)0 enough to take IILIOIIT IV CUCUMBERS: : next generation. As a corn ear are planned have not been drl
l tk-t. ii, i'*". Rae fax -_ "- ..-_ .______________________________ 'I1II .!! The right time to feed I II variously surely get quality milk and worm poisoning Is hardly practical
, IT t Yuv. 1979 auto lli".n.'. ______-_____________________________ II.. At i should take the precautionsto mined.
estimated. we proper
+ 1'(1).10. 1729. gas tax .. ... _ __ __ ____________________________ 8U..1) any rate Cucumber blight can be controlled he continued but keeping poison
l.i i I"tc. 1..*. 1989 auto llcmM __-._________________________________ '11 would recommend not feeding be- by spraying with a 4-4-60 Bor- keep it clean. Clean quality on the silks may pay with sweet
hour later than 72. milk l Is one of the best foods for
p' Total receipt __________.___ ..____. _.._..__-.-.-?.____. 6.1 H.13 fore 36 or deaux mixture according to Dr. corn. Selecting: varieties with
-V : l, 111111 H.KMKTJLT.T e The chick Is nourished by the un- O. V. Weber, associate plant pathologist both children and grown ups chief. husks extending beyond the tip of COFFINS & CASKETS

Z. l : absorbed within its body for ly due to its digestible protein,
1 n Jlayns..I expena. mootlnKH June ________...._______.____-__ 6.00W. yolk with the. Florida Experi- the ear and those that grow fast I And a Full Line of
t:. Tnrwl. .-D'nim m...tlnit". June _....__-______-.:..___- <00 the first two or three days of its mineral and vitamin content. were advised.
________.__ .__ ___. S 00 ment Station. Undertakers
jI--4c(1 It .A. Woolen, *-pf>n*. m""Un"ii, June __ -- life. -Mary A. Stennls.: Supplies
1 Jun _______u___+______________ 50.00 He stated that the first spraying -
w.AE.NTorndetlwarehnu. rent, for Juno -.________ T---- 1000 When you do put the chicks In when the 6> AUTOMOBILE
, ji l' + W, J. Bp r. M. Illnnrhnr/l Mowing ______________ _____.________ 83.34 ond leaves have formed, and dedicate the new $300.000 libraryat Always en ....d. The kmervlre .
'r r A. .... IJIanPhitril.upli** m tenane.. department .-_____________ 1.00Jlillr however you will want to have WITH VARIED XAMES' at tae lowest
should be repeated weekly as prlnmBprrlal
t14- < ', and UnrM, mippllcn malntenanre department ___________ M.75llairit the water fountain mentioned before ATTACKS M.NY CROI'H the Florida State College for
p llmrdwar Company, Dynamite and cap ___________________ 871 as the disease Is prevalent. Thespraying Women Monday. June 2, dur atteatlon to trlrn. .i
IM-I. Metal Culvert Co.. corrugated. pipe ______________________9Z5.64X. filled with warm clean fresh machine should be on order.REGiSTEHED *
II. Hull malls __. .._'_ __ ______._____________________________ .71' water at a temperature of about capable The Insect commonly called the ing the sliver Jubilee of May 31 EMIT ItMEt
( Itr f.lrnr and Wm"r Plant wotrr *"r..I.)5+ of high pressure so that the to June 4, commemorating the
90 degrees. The feed a good corn bud worm corn ear worm
Htark Telephone Company, phone service _____?..---- 280 will be in the form of a fog
7 t ('. A. Knight Com on tax collection _____________________.111.111 "chick starter mash" should be spray tomato fruit worm and cotton bollworm twenty-fifth anniversary of the DEWITT C. JONES Tractor Equipment Co. tractor part ___.,_.________114.15 rather than coarse drops and the ) college. Dr. Edward Conrad(,
set before the chick, sprinkled Is all one and the same STAIiKE. FLOHIDtV
_._____._ tl OO
( ... road 4$
I .nlv Ts'.h. advnrtUlnir ------- should cover the undersideof
J. W Andrew, Jr. repairs __________________._-___.__?___. 2179 on board tray or on paper plates. ) spray thing J. R Watson entomologistwith I i,resident of the college announc.
'; J tr. Coll-r. repair _______________________________________ 5.1'15' I This should be before them the leaves he further stated. the Florida Station ed. '
E Standard Oil Company, BK. and oils ______________?____, .-.._____ CZ.ZsHmlth kept ) Prepare the 4-4-50 Bordeaux by Experiment -
'. Torode-IlltrhCompany., rvpalm .. ._______._____-___._'-.-.____ 10.41 I feed for the first week. dissolving 4 pounds of copper sul- WRUF. There be
Andoriion'M. Garage Hupplle and repair .___.._____.-__________, 9.15 phate In 25 gallons of water and over may
Rank of.Hlarke, pay roll _____ _______...._____?_.__--_________ Many dependable commercial six or efght generations a year in
4 jtmdfnrd County bank par roll _____-_____-___-_.---_-.________927.115// starter mashes are on the mar 4 pounds of lime In a second 25 Florida, he explained. At this time
., llltch. Bervlre Htallon. a"l.plle. __ ___________.____________- gallons of water then pour the I
H. M Innmn right of way ailjuatment road 4t _---._._________ 6000 ket. Tho main thing is to get two solution at the same time of the year the Ipaect is feeding'
AUlHIHT &th. IttZw: wholesome ingredients unmixed cut-worm off
pV o ll-neH.. exp<*n"e meting July _________._.____._._______.______ 1.0<]) Into a third and wooden container as a nipping
W. "1. Tnrndit, expenxe mnetlnc July ..._______._-?.__.___-_____ a.ooIt. with chaff refuse products etc. the tender sprouts of corn peanuts -
A. We.k", salary for July-_ .________________________________ 6.00 You can buy a mash that Is recommended he advised. tomatoes etc. Where the 1 $ 1 atvlMID
('. A. KnX-h salary' for July ._u_. __ ________-_-_-._---_..___----____ 60.00 Early spring screening keepsflies
,v, N. U. WHlnwrlKht. curlnK d>-.d* road 41 __________.__________ 15.OO by a reliable hatchery- out all tomatoes arp producing fruit It
'I Hrarke Tel-phone Company. phone. nervlce .______________________ 1.60 man or you can mix your own. The summer. may be mining Into the fruit as P
'JulKlnr and "I'arlH. Material for repairing barn __._____.-____u 18S .
Jlrjfo rd ounty Trlexriiph I'rlrtlntf time card _____, _._______ 2525 following formula is recommended the tomato fruit worm. It may

"'. A. KnlirNl, <'om, on Taxe _ ... _._________________.___, ,... --____ 3362 by the Western Washington Julius Caesar Is accredited with feed on the outside of small tomatoes VEVER before and probably never again wiJ
HurKman. Tractor (...., trartor parts ____.______.__._.____.________ 6 .6OKlxl
.. Culvert, and Metal <*o corrugated pipe ._.__.-.__.._._______19..11I experiment station and Is widely orglnating the "no parking" rule,' and garden peas but much O1f' the subscribers of this paper be given tbt

Standard, Oil t'nmlmny: las.?anti oil.* _________.___-.,__, ___. .?_____.825} used. lie saw that parking of chariots prefers to get its food from the opportunity of tbis unheard of birjai
Turode-llltih Co. truck tire. u__ .______________-_____________ 7$..00"W Washington l Marling Ma h and other venlcles tended to Injure Inside.: Either of these offers carry a variety of high die
.._., 10 on
:Jim, K Molt T' n>ridge
l A. M. Illanchard, mowing machlnepart.. --____?_.___-..,.--_____ 8.70 14 tbs. Ground wheat hours In Rome.( for a whole year. This is a very limited offer so trad
lr. <*. Jonas, .up lies ___ _______- ._______-,____---______._ 21.81J about_ the time the corn Is knee your order TODAY.BARGAIN.
_ __
___ 1452
W. Andrews, Jr, "ui>plle* and r.palr.-------- m
E' The Texas 4'ompttny, Macndam' lilnder .____.__._______w___________ 4620 ,
ra Smith'enrage tractor repair ___..____._-_____.._?._-_.______ 4.00 ae..w/.r 1w..rM.". Ne. 1
," Coney. repair _________________-__.__-_.-______ 1000 rr
,1Jtllrh's Horvlre Htallon. supplies. ._______........__-_-_________147.00 his Frser.slve Farm.. I year ALL SETEI
;..I Hank of 8lrk' pay roll __________________________.._________ I7.44Xradford tag is assurance of AI.b... Time. (weekly, 1 you
l County. hank, pay roll ________________.______________111677 your Hem. C9rel.. 1 ye. FOR ONLY
y of road 4S ._____ 32500MOITKMKKII Am.rkan P.nllvy .rna" I
K K Flume, rlMtit way adjustments, ? ------- Geatl..n M..I., 1 year }

%rte d n Hayne: :exVsnss 3rd 192.meeting.: August _______________...--______ :1.AO and Favm' Jonn.1, J ,..r ,89 5

,. W K Torode, expense m itln" August _______________________u. 1.00 Quality AND TIllS NEWSPAPER $1 --
H. A. WoekH, enpnnoe meellnK August ___________________________ 5 00 I'.r' 0. Your
C A. Flitch. alary for August", ____ . _________?___._,_______ BO.00Ituricmati r 1
s3 1'ra<-tor Cirrnpany, tractor part _-_____-_____.. _..______ 4449 Thi BARGAIN Ne. S
,, ]lle Metal Culvert. Co., corriiKatud. pipe ___--_____-__.-_--____ ___10668 :k. Dependability
VT, H, Tore"' ", warehoune rent _______-_-_________.____-_-___ .. 10.00 (
e' A. Knight com. on laze ___ ___________ ______________. 61.1* ydt Beatliern Rei-ltat. 1 ye.' ALL SEA'
4UlKl y arid {IIIICI". supplies .__ _________-__.____._______. __ 162 A......... Tlmo IW..I. >. 1 year
d r, Mtarlt T..lcphf ne Company, phone service ______._.___._.____ 85 i only Oh re let Dealers sell Good etoriM' I : rBerne FOR ONLY
Jim Molt bridge' lumber _.._ __ _ ________________-_.___.____..__. ,,107.52J. ey Circle. I r }
I'. Culley, repair __ ____ __ ______________________---.--- 2.25 An-ricn 'Poultry.. Journal, 1 you
J. W Andrew. Jr., repair __ ._ u_ ._____._..._-??_-_.-,..-,.--_.-_ _-.60.73 wr F.,.. aTHIS. (. 1 JOur 85
flmlth' Jxraife/ tractor repair ._______.______._.___._________ 6.75 E AND NEWSPAPER $1
., Standard Oil Company gas and oils .____________________,___-____ 79 2S F., One Ynr -
Y A, ... Itlanrhard. supplies ----------------.----_.._-_.__------ 12.30
llranford County. Hank, pay roll .______1-: ___________________ I
Hank of Htarke, pay rolls .. .________________,__.___. .502.85
llltrh' Hervlre station( SupPlies ._________________________ .2.401 I OSETHIS coupon
.\. H. Crew*. right of way .adJiiHlment K. M. Thomas ___________ .urn' .00
M. M John. rlKlit of way adustm..nt. Jnn HornHhy ________ .325.00( ACT NOW ; TO D/V*
Knlicht and Knight attorney fee cond. cult road 48_..-_____ u_ .23300 with an d that cotfnts?
M-lIIKIt: lt. I.Illnyne >:
I'. *, e.|icni"a meeting September ____________________,___.-_ 3.00 : YES-MR. EDITOR, Send B-rc-i No._ -*
W. Jo:. Trirode, expetiMe. meting ptemher' . ________.__...___..______ 3.00
)to A. Week. exp-n meetlnir September ______________-_____ u__ 6.00
I'. A, Fetch, salary for. Heptemb-r __________________ ?_.____.___ 6000 There's no greater as- bearing it has been Name -J
K. <'. Wall premium on Insurance ___..__.__?_______.______ 11.88QulRley surance of used car carefully checked and
and Davln. supplies ____.___?___________?__?__?_ 1.84 ,em' Town. __
hunk Manufacturing Company pa eta for tlraff _*_____..______.1SI.07Htandard ,a s- value than the Chevthoroughly reconditioned B. F. D_:
Oil Company, gas and oils _________.__..._.__..__.-__.. 57.80J '1'.1"" rolet red ."OK thatcounts" by State'
W. Andrew Jr. repair -_____ .________________.-_-____._____ 2673J .k'P expert me- '. Bring ec ..ll ants c:- .. .. ee" eflee tedey-NOPerrrrrr.r.rr..rrrsr
F, Cnlley. repair __ .. 18.60Hfark relest .' tag, found chanics. If you want i
Telephone1 Company, p----------------------------------- 05 aew'. eso. only the used reliable .
W. m. Torodx, warehou rent arid supplies __.____,_________.... 16.10HlliK ."... {lke taI. on car transportation -
.* Hervlc Station, supplies ______________________________18218Hrariford euw". stocks of Chevrolet -insist upon a'r CLUBBED
I'ounty: (" roll. _________?__..____.________._._,610.66 ."ft' .. dealers. This A FEW' POPULAR MAGAZINES
Hank of Hlarke, pay' robs ,_- U'__ ._____________-___-_____.____6! 1 .56NOVKMIlhlH .. 't.TM tag guarused car "with an OK
Int. I'J21)1>> : -pee aw 1.,1" antees that the car that counts."
U lluynen, expnn. meellnic October ______..._-____.____________ 800 1. WITH{ THE TELEGRAPH
W. i':. Torode. expennu meeting <>i'toher .._.._....__-._._______... 3.00 '1'"l* e
It. A. Weeks, expvnH mxelInn, Oi'tober ..___-_-__-_-_?_________ ,__ 600 '.
I'. A Puti-h. salary. for (lober ______ .___.-_--.---.__-.....---- 6000 MalPPi1' ...ry::ii f " ',' '. Z OF THE: ::;<: The Bradford County Telegraph will be sent for one j<

.11... Molt t>rl(1( ,.* lumber. __.___ .._________.m._____j_ .tJr--1 .___122.76 fort
W. 1 K. Torode. warehouse r.nt ___________-_ .._-?---___---*------- 10.00 with any magazine listed below for the period named,
J. II bridge lumber _. _. ._____________..---._._________ 1728
( 1 lIay.:1: tiiivl. concrete plpa' _-_ __----. ,....j. _,.-... ... ': 00j price following each publication.
:, Ir Mayes, coiiiinlK. lf>n tax assessments; ; _..-_______:_.__=.-.i :81 SPECTACULAR.
p. A. Knight oom on tux tiollectlon, _-____-__--______________-__ 87.07Htarke Note-If wanted with !su!
Trlopltnne' Company, phone service ____-___._.._?._...______ 95 two magazines are a year's
Oil and oils. __. ___ _.._ ._-_ 66.80
Standard Company Ka* -- -? -- ------- g'I
'l"oro..lllt"l Company. r..palr* .._. _____. _______.. nn.- !.!! mn,.__.!_.___ 2.80 scription to the Telegraph, deduct $1.50 from the price i
And.."*""'*, Jarnae, re Pairs _.._____-________-____. _..--___. '.15 VALU tr>
1'1111U..ra"", tractor repair __________________________ 8645 Ckevr. ES for the two; if three magazines are wanted deduct $3.00

H. C. Jonas. supplies ._ .______.____..___,__?_____-.__--__ 30.26J. :: :: >Ia.
K Colley r. i-iOr* __?. ... _______.____._______________ 1060 .. price given. Thus, The American Boy and American
Hit....'* Hervlc Htat Ion supplies .____________J..__.__--____27321 each y',
Hank or HlarkB, pity roll . ..__ ______.________________ ________714.49Itrarirord n1OIOr' The zine are $6.50 the Telegraph one year with
County (lank, roll ___ ___ .. ____ _______71368 Bald.. great reception accorded the new Chew
d pay ----- -- -- bumP"s' the three for each for
1Ui9liradford rolet since its Introduction January J.t. has can secure one year $5.00.
Jihil'KMIIKIt (Ith.) : .....
County llitiik.. payroll _________--__-_?____,____---____619.81 lerrtea brought unusually large numbers of fine used
Hank of Htarke, pay rolls __ '._ u, ._____________?__....__________768.16Hayneii 1 a r g car to our showrooms. To make room for further . .Inierlcnn Hoy ______ ___ .9.1.OO :MoCair Magazine 2othrr.8.lIome '
<>. mention November ________________?.____.____--.__-__ 3.00 01"- trade-in clear
W, K. Torode, expwnn marling November _.________-.______..___ 1.00H. ..,. .11I1t we must our stocks at once. American Magazine ?.._..., 3.SO [ Life ((2
.__ __.__ .. _._ ._ BOO .." .. Therefore we are offering these spectacular ',
A Week expanse meetlnir November ? - -- a. Hoy's Life (For all Boys_ 2.5O I.
C.: A: fiitrh.: salary: and Incidental --__...__.._-__ -.. ._ _ 6100: .,,,,..,,t. value for 3 day. only-typical election years" ) . _______ -
Standard oil Company, gas and oils _.____________________________ 13.70V ..;0.! from our used car stocks. Buy now and profit Better Home Jt Hardens* ___ 1.8.1ChUd Motion Picture Magazine I.
\ M.] Tornile. warxhnimu rent ______-.._-.______.__________- 10 OOllrndtord "ee13- by the extraordinary: saving Ute ___ ___ __ 3.30 ,
_.__ .___.__ 3800 ; '.'
County Telecraph printing etc. --- ---- Modern IVWHIa . __. _
Child.. . 2.2.1
.. __ 875 Magazine (Every)
1 J, Colley repair --------- -
i'. A. Knight com. nn tax co--------------------______...___.__._. $.OOHtarke LOOK AT Christian Herald ________. 2.4O Motion Picture' Classic I.
rvloe ._ _____ __ ___ 116 THESE BARGAINS
Telophone Company, phone
-- ?-- J 3.110 '
M. Ii. Moody. grader part h_____________..-----.___._--__._- 880 Cosmopolitan ______ __ OK Poultry Journal __ I
llaye Uumlier. C... bridge lumber. _______-.?______.-__-__ 8.OO ellneator<< ___ __ 2.00Etude.For Pathfinder . _____ ".'
The Texa Company, Macadam. binder ___?__._.-..__.....--.____. 10.80Hond i
,, Trustees, Union county, line bridge repair ___.___-_-____- 10..' Made Lovers . 2.03 Pictorial Review . ___ *;
lllcih HiTVlce Ration BiippHeH, ___.__,_____________.--.....-.___21354HtirirtfiMn ll>27 Chevroletliter Itoad- 1927 Chevrolet Sedan-A real bargain for Farm & Live Stock Record 1.73Forest Popular Science Monthly :3 I
Tractor Company, traitor part ___.....______________.-344I.5il .
J. W Andrew., Jr., repair -_ __ ________.____._____-.__--_______ 1971Total Fully rh 01111' three days only. Perfect condition. A demonstration & Stream __ _____ 2.73Good Poultry Tribune __ I.'
.. Housekeeping ____ 3J5OHome Review of ItevlcwMuocesnful _____ 4'I'
DUburaement .- . .___ ._________....-____....118,333.41HIT will convince you of its fine perform. Friend _
__ .
4 1.00 Farming ((3jears :
*PITH.TIOM tloned. See thl before
.June 10th. 129 amount on hand ____________-..33U1.8' i ance. Only $100 down. Household Guest ((2 years) 1.73IlunterTravVTTrafipcr ) _. _____ ._ '
1 Itecelptii .. -- ____-______________ *''
outstanding warrant -0-.-_ .__.___ ____-. 608.6tliHc you buy '30.00 1928 Chevrolet: Coupe Perfect condition 3.00 Saturday Evening" Post
..ii,>her JUt, dlitliuriienient. -.__ ._u_____ 11831143 Illustrated Mechanics ((2 Woman' Farm Journal ((2

amount to fishne.--------------------------- 12,47714 down i and guaranteed. $273.00. years) ____ __ _____ 1.73 I years) __ __ ____ 1..

IIO.HIO 140,71066 S Junior Homo __ .____ H.OO Woman's Homo Companion

cember lint amount nn hand __.._-__ ___12147724l Literary Digest __ --____ 3. 10 Woman World __ I ""

r >T":".. 'r .AY11alYKlYs Kl'Ml' i Ladles Home Journal ____ 2.33 Your Home . ___ s"
( June 30th 1J21, amount .on hand __________...f 8,494.83llmelpt
to 11or. 31 .______________________ 12,61354
Hond and Coupon paid. __________________-.__._ $14,10000 Torode-Ritch Chevrolet Co. The Telegraph is included in any of the above offers for w
Overdrawn _ .__. ____.__. ._____,_ --- 8.90661
-- !I year at the price named. If the magazine you want Is DI
$ 5.100..Q1L.< $46.10000
listed write and you can save the difference during this !sat!

I T .ceinhF list, 1*]), amount overdrawn .. $ 3,906.63 l Starke
ATTRSTj I Florida scription bargain period. We can save you money on er
C. A. Fin'I'll E. 8. MATTHKWa
? Secretary Chairman. I magazine published in the United States.FRIDAY.

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out obeying him. That-Is a dan- Unselfish Living-/ All) things are Over 100 electric metermen'' day of May t930. to determinevhether I..t Qttarter nt Southwest Quarter
\ snit bonda shall be Issue anti 1aet halt ot South..a"t
gerous course to When lawful for me but all things from Florida and other southel\st-I I Quarter
pursue. i 'tn herein describe and that at Mitch I.t Northwest (Jinrter an.l' feast serIf
' the young ruler! refused to part i not expedient: ail things are law- ern states will attend the eighth .lii'llnn the iiuoMtlon. to be .",hmlt- I..t Northeast Qniant'r "t ....

with his property. Jesus said to his I ful for me, but all things edify' annual short course to be held at "A nod"II In..1 hall "Por_ Honda" or ijunrter Northwest. and Quarter KouthweMt of Quarter Northeast.f

disciples "A rich ulan shall hardly i not. Let no man seek his own but the University of Florida April 7- IT IS PIUITIIKR HRSOI.VRn that Quarter anil West Half of Norlh......
enter the heaven." I I another's 2 I 'there he appointed\ the followliiK na quarter of Uiixrtcr nfNorlheaat
kingdom of every man wealth.1 under the auspices of the collegeof N.rtll..1
aianairera-: J. Hrannen .1 ( Kreneand
Quarter all In Section
is a lamp onto my feet and a light unto my path.1 .-Ptalm 119:105.: In t those days it was thought' Cor. 10:23: 24. engineering. On the last two I.. .\Vynn of watil' election ami Twp. 6, Houlh ILiiiKC 2- Kant: tTentalnlnic 21.-

that wealth and power Indicated : .'rn'l'rl days of the meeting, the Florida .1. V. Jo""... an clerk. of naldlection. 65 acre. mote or lenn.II .
Jnu. All JHgioua teaching, doctrine or "favor with God." and the disciples Lord, we would die dally to self Metermen's Association conventionwill IT IS ITTlTIIKn tu. ol."Jon V. KNIlIrl', .
creed, j If they are to have claimto Hpvclal1xrtrr.
and devotion of the any "were exceedingly amazed. I and live to Tht'e.I be held.I'olilical. AND I uliniOHKIl that the H. IC. JOlN".
be in
people, must
love loyalty harmony with ii ii reolutl iuma i be published I Sulk'I I I
of Jesus the Christ whose words fit into every fold and crevice saying who then can be saved 1'1 I April 27, 1930: In th,' Ilrndfonl IVttinty Tele-. or l'olvl.lna.l.4-4-lt-l-l

"MA whom U was said in John 7:46."NEVER MAN Jesus sa'd! "With men this is impossible A Glorious Proposal-Whether Announcements irraph a newspaper published In
Hradfor l ('u..nly.o'lorh''". and .publication -
: but with God all thingsare therefore ye eat, or drink or be for the period of fourcnnMccut

possible." Wealth Is not bad {whatever ye do, do all to the gloryof "...... Attorney i Ivii weeks, bcHrlnnlnic on 'I.rl".N
the 2&th day of A 19.10
moderator of of the To the vol r. of the Twenty-Sixth' l'r. : there being
president congregation when honestly got and properly G\I1.--1 Cor. 10:31.: '
no pultllnhed I In Maid
newKpaper Special -
Notice I I..
Judicial. ('Ircuu It. embracing linker hereby gIven under and ,
I ; three were deacons ad- used, but when it becomes an object Prajer: Union and Krndforu ounll", I hereby Tax School Hlntrlct. No. 2. by virtue of that certain final
Sl'NDAY SCHOOL of worship it separates us "More love tlTThee, 0 Christ Announce my candidacy for the If. ft, MAY and entered by II.. HonorableA. ,
Chairman Hoanl ,
the church charitiesone of 1'ulilln liiMtructlon -
LESSON mile' of hitnton Attorne/ the V.. Adklnn, Jiidar .. TweatySlxth .-
from God. We cannot serve both More love to Thee." Twenty-Sixth Judicial Circuit. of Krndford County l"lorkli.ATTFT Judicial ( of in

I was an interpreter,' translating him and it. April liH, fl0: Florida. subject to the Democratic I A. J. UIUFFIS: and for Ira.tord'lr"11 ....rld.lorlda.

the Hebrew of the Scripturesinto There Is no record that this Love Rings: True---Though I and Primary aullclt Klwctlon your cupport.of June I have lcd 1 111:10.1 heM: Superlntemleiit' . Hoard of Public In- t 1930> the In that certain I.y nf March, ..

Iroie .rim 27 10:10 the Arama'c. for the language : young man ever returned to Jesus speak with the tongues of men and with thin poHltlon the dutlea before porlninln ami I am familiar thereto, Hlruction., and I ex-olllilo of Bra
commonly used; one was the headof or became his follower before or of angel, and have not charity, I and It nnmlnatml.l pioml an ltl- I '. 4-2B-6I-5-a.l: June yittike. HOMH|I. Cmnplulnant Jonen. tiebbl and It-full H.
[Jed Giving up all for thelien the divinity school (for the after his crucifixion. His wealthwas am become as sounding brass, or cl..nt, energetic anti ..r noinlciit adnilnlotratlon l.ulher Hall. .I.'f. Hall. Ilnnr lent

nm. synagogues were both public his God-his idol and he worshipped tinkling c'mblll.-1 Cor. 13:1.: and will of appr th*..rlnta alTalrn,! the ot support the office RKs0LVTl0" Carl Jones. Ida Jones, I'ereey J.**..,
Jim and J. 4'
Text: "Lay up for your- schools and theological seminar It. He wall conscientious Prayer I .of all voter In no Id elect ton."lo.M.r. nf the W. .... 11'.r..n.. our l>.

treasures In heaven." Matt. ies.") but his conscience was not educated May our speech Lord ever car A. 5. l-RKWS fitarke, ,YI.P1)11 .. At a npeclal meet In* of the Hoard .' "..., ..a.. are defendnnla that
of Public l liiHtrnctloii, of Ii rnl, fur.! : the nndernlKtied will I on
This conversation occurred between In the teachings of Christ, and ry the loving purpose of our heart. Countv. .Florida which npeclnl\ meetInic ; the tth day of May, A. D., ! d.r-

on Text: Matt. 19129.: Jesus and the young ruler. was, therefore not a safe gude.: April Ul, 10\0: KKI'IIK [ Time of Lesson In [ take thin method of announcing which nil member had, pernonal notice In front" of Ihe Mouth door *f the
and : Why callest thou me good? thereIs The Best Worthless Without
e the 2.1rd Courthouxe. In the. '
I my randlducy for representative' I on day of April l 1930. City ef Mtarke, ,
on the road from Galilee none good but one, that is, God : VICTORY OVKIl: 1)K.\TH I.ove--And though I have the gift from. liiailford county, mil>Jtct to acti there beliinr prenent at smith. meptliiHT Hrndford County, Stale of Florida,
and eat of the Jor- of the liemorrittla primary of I If. I'. Mnv, A.1.. Surrency, and .1. '1'. nell to the highest. bidder for a na '
but if thou wilt enter into life of understand' all
tisnlem prophecy and lima. 3rd. If .vlrrted 1 ulodKo my- Moore' ......"....r... and A. J. Urlltln, the tnllnwln.rlh..d. 'land Irian.
bOUt three months before the keep the commandments. He salth Psalm 23:4. Though I walk mysteries and all knowledge; and 'If to work for the best inter<*iit. of "' ,','r-I"ry of nnlil I Hoard the follow i and .In ir l In llrudford County, rier,

of Jesus. unto him Which? Jesus said Thou the I that I the rltli..nn of my county and state Intr nmonn other proceeding were tale to-wlt:
ulon vIlho through valley of the shadowof though have all faith so at all 11m.I .... Your Ktipiinrt will I hoappreciated. had to-wlt : Hinitheunt Quarter of Northwest

frst part of Matt. 19, shalt do no murder, Thou shalt death I will fear no evil: for could remove mountains, and have N. WA1NWKUIIIT.. Member Hurrency preHcnteil a rea- Quarter i>f Mectlon Twenty-nl' .

i told that Jesus went to Ju. not commt! adultry Thou shalt not thou art with me; thy rod and not charity, I am nothing.-1 Cor. olut, ion.1 unit upon, motion. of Member Townnhln Seven Mouth, ttaaaeTwenlvllne

lut of the Jordan; that greatlIll's steal Thou shalt not bear false thy staff they comfort me. 13:2.: FillS C'O"\TV: ('O'4IISSl0 , her Murrency T. Moore, revolution, second wa by put Mem before Ratlnfylnir. MitUI. Kant: decree.tor'lhe pur'.... .f

\ ( followed him and were witness, Honour thy father and thy Psalm 49:15.: God will redeemmy lrnjt 1 illilnta I hereby for Hnnmince ,myxplf. .aaacan-. th. Hoard ..n.I(1I I membcrn. vnt- A. S. CRBW.:,
re-vloctlim I he hoard .
to of i Inir Aye and. none Nay, reaolutlontia ,
|1.! The pharisees questioned mother: and Thou shalt love thy soul from the power of the Enable us. Lord, to estimate ; County. t'mmnissiners for Dlntrlct \\ nd.l'|imt teil HHl'l reNoliltloll I belnv P. R. 1\.1., .1..1.1'. In (Chancery.
I about the Mosaic law of di- neighbour as thyself. The young grave: for he shall receive me. everything at Its true value. Number Two I Itradford county. HubJi'ct I 'I" word, and flitureH nn follow: Hollfltor fur '.Illn"nt.
I to the I IHMiiocrntlo .
1'rlmiiry of IIIOUKA.M.t I : : at a meetliiir. of thin
which permitted a man to man salth unto him. All these Proverbs 14:32.: The righteous April ito, 10:10! : June lid 1930, and, .Mollclt your uupliorl. Hoard held on I the 23rd, d.iy I of April\ 4-4-Rt-l-l

iln wife a writing of divorce things have I kept from my youthup hath hope in his death. Charity"ltblIt Love--And I Iflllo: there WIIM preH<>nteil n petition ---- ----- -
I 'have nerved In this rapacity' for nlKiicd bv vii than I IB per cent of
ut her away "11e salth unto : what lack I yet?" H. Corinthians: 5:1.: For we though I bestow all my goods; to ..ev"rnl yearn Rlvttn the ptnpl. u the qualified, I i elecloiH, who are freehold !O"'I'r

Moses because of the hard- The Bible atudents think the know that if our earthly house of feed the poor and though I give fair, huiiMHt iifxl economical, service, .., renlillnif within the territory .

i.f vour hearts suffered you young man was honest Jn saying this tabernacle be dissolved we my body to he burned and have anti Die KHmn proinlno.coiiHurvatIve I It electinl.i ami to continue econuniIrul t I etui Tux I known, Hcliool and ilenlKiialed lUMrlct' t I No.a* 2 lip of e- In', (' Irf'ul. Court Chuncerv., Hrailfnrd Th ''nnatr,
away your wives: but from he had kept the commandments; have a building of God a house not charity, it profleth me nothing. service I have hnrotofora renderiHl I Hradford, County, Florida. .. .praylnK I 11 Iwtnil, : 4'nnk of Columbia, a corpora
I it not I' ', and will I I apir,,flala your HII|"- thin I Uunt..t lo 'nll an election' to "letermlno i tion. a VK. Avay
ginning was so. that he did not really know him- not made with hands eternal in -1 Cor. 13:3. liurt. I I I Vihcther Hiilil nchool I din-l 'nI11"nlll..l. Th".l
et .. !
fji a'd that In America nearly self nor his nature. He was rich the heavens. "r'n'l'rl'Ve j. a. cunwa.! trlcl. slut. Il issue. bonus 111 the miniof .I. ..rt..I"I.' ,.1'.1'.1

Ixth of the people who marry moral intelligent; earnest pious : Revelations 14:13. Blessed are know. Lord, that the gift $7.OOOIM, I biilldlnir> for I Hie, eiilui'Vlntr.purpose of fin noiiulrlnw ,-- M..rlll''K'Or.ler .f PnhllentUa

Then they without bare.1uu3' FOIL ('()lI'Y fl IMI"l"l c\r.H" i 'I' I.. uf Klorld: '1'" E. Uraua
IVOI''ed. brought benevolent, yet he felt that he the dead which die In the Lord the giver Is oHiertvlne I Improving. und Frank ...
I children to Jesus and from \ 1 hereby announce mynelf a cniidlclat hiilldlnirM I' i or MI..hooI 1 irrnumln, ni. for I. 1..1. ", leMldenc* .n-
little needed something more and ask henceforth: Yea salth the I. hElm: 0 other exclunlvn. known.
Ally line of publicfren
fur r.-.h''lIon
IIM cunty' tMimnilHHlonnr -
'FiCHl them as told In our ed. "What lack I yet?" "Jesus Spirit, that they .may rest from IoveVIns --. Charity never d 1 lull'let I hI...... If re-..lected ncluMilM I wllhln I u I nnld Hpeclal. I Tan (* I, ',.I..rl.w, from the affidavit ef
1 fullfth but whether ''I will I continue to give tlin ponpleof Hcliool' l ifet rh't,, lo I be IIHCI.l bv thewhite '' Hollcltctr In Hi sieve
for April ?. said unto him If thou wilt be perfect their labors; and their work do : there be entitled vuse ilulr therein.Hint .
Itrailforrl, I children, of nald DlHlrlct, ami, rl".1
in conies the main topic for go and sell that thou hast follow them. prophecies they shall: fall: whether performance county, a of tho dutIes niulfinrlent I his 1I./lt'.1 I havlnir duly ,coiiHldereilKM I I the ri,>Hl
thou there be shall of the ofllee. worklnir for the .Id! petition and the fui. 'In. Minted' Frank H. lluilaon. .In curb "nk.*..,
[ HMOII today and give to the poor and Trayer: Almighty God we are tongues they best. always therein" and Inivlnu, ", determined that u ml that there I I. nn pernnn. the

i'behold(i one came and said shalt have treasure In heaven ; and not afraid with thee at hand to' cease"' ; whether thorn IM knowledge -i' ---.1. U IntereKtu U.NUUUIH1.Uroii : of I the entire county 5t. Iii ii,.tlllu t ,, I I. 5 1 g itt'i I bv more than. Stale ivf 1"Iurl.l. the. Hcrvtce of ...*.

(him Cod Master what good and follow bless. Thou wilt leave ; it shall van'Bh For 20 pel cent I of I Ihe iunllflcil" I I electolHitmlillnir povna In 4haneery 'upon wheiwoubl
come me. never us away. :
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shall) I do that I may have It is sometimes dangerous for nor forsake us. Grant us a stead wo know In part, nut! we prophesy ('oi'>'TY ('on""IO"" : I \ t N,,. !2. niul thai HIM IHHIIIIMC.of .- above mit mini anil that eachuf

,I] life?" Mark 10il7 says the ona to profess or promise more 'fast fa'th: In the closing hours of in part. Uut when that which I hereby announce inyHtlf a cnndl- humus a. .praved. for therein I I. tliu, above. .""..,1 dofenrtanla. are
date' for ro-electlnn ncctiHHitry, it,til I Hint nald petition I t 'vet thi awe of twonty-one yearn ef
an county cnminlHMlonur -
man "Came running andId than one can or will do. This applies life. ,,11\ perfect Is (come then, that which (I let iIt't five, cnmprlHliiKiiookr.r fully. compiled with thw law. It IHtliei : nwi". It. therefore ordered thatllui

to him." And Luke 18:18ie in ordinary business transactions Itcincmbcr I tli<' Submit l>.iy, l u Is In part shall be done away.jCot' : and, New Itlver. It rn.l.ctm,1 efore nnld'>f.niliinln, K. Hmiin, and
: I lHOI.Vin( |:" m : I llv thin. Hoard of Frank H. lloilnon whose residence" la
ivrnmlne I contlnimnru I of fnllhfiil
wos a ruler. in our work for and relation Keep It Htilj'-KxodiM: UOH. (io 13:8-10.: I ami plllrltMit a pHi-formanoe ot tlioilutlcn I'uhllc I InHlrncHon; In "",,('1111 I nieet- : ,"k"Iwn. do and thtiy aiu h'r., ".

,.11 bet gives this nbt as toewi'li toward God. to I'hui'di! Mummy I I'rnjeri of the nibs ami will win k tong on this Hie 21rd ilay of Apill, each i'run. lied to appear' to the, bill
I 11'10' tlml I It IH expedient I nnd fort tf (' .In thin tans. I
"rulers," "In every Tlie ruler thought he had Our Heavenly Father we thank for the bent Intoreetn of the county ,, 'IIJ.I,1 .hl.1 .
I' young -JU '1'. OltTKEft.,; ; Ii bent I tiitiM-enta' of Hill.I' Mpm'lnl I atu, I to f ii re ,lono n noori ga'' ".1
15111( ten were chosen from thoroughly oboyed God's commands Dally Bible S,. l"ctlonll Thee for the )possession, here on -- : ._ Tax Hclionl' lUHtrlct Nn.I: of 111'1111r"t other r'I..t. tin, or before Mondnthu
Countv, Florida I , I that thlH "lmki'iiI (At I of May A, H. l5.te.
f' ure and the first three but be was mlHtakeu. \1'1'11 2 i 980 earth of love. loll S 01 vrv <-< i>ii!
[ c.Il.! d 'rulers of the syua"ii -: When the young man was tola to Liberty In Christ--For he thatIs -- I h,'r.-l>y announoo myself .a cnndllitu and' nell liotiilH In Hie in mount of 17- of (.'omplalnt. will he '"klt a.'oo*.
< for rn-elppi. I Ion an rounly "'"''n- IIIIU/lII( for *the purpone nH ntntctl. I In fenneil by of you. It I* furl hem
the his and t Lord 11
3t> tenconducted sell all property give it to railed in he being u: servant -
fl.tI'TISTSunday mluNloni-r, from" I Ulntrli't' No. 4, Jlnnip-I Hiild petition,' above refeired to. ,,il",tred t ii I" auu'l" '.r of 'lie 0"I iiI ;
., of i he synagogue, the three i the poor, "he went away sorrowful Is the Lord's fro'eman: likewise --L- I ton I'hrri'HNii, unil I I Irnhnm. and, If IM: "IT Fi'iiTHKii: iiNwtirvnn: : I tlon be publlnhi. once a wc '1 u f r
rn-clxftod' i will I I rolillnuu I to I the I I Hull Hiilil botidv. shalL be In Hut. dniiiilnalInn *- four eoiiMt'ciirlcve ...k... In lhellrnilforil >
the K\B
a (lug as judges ( for : for he had great possessions. also he that is called, being .
school at 10 a, m. One of 9 I 1.0'1,011( ( ( that, hoiulMnliall .
rountv t HIM, bi>Ht ",','vl I,'" I nm rnpahleof County a ni wnluipor
''I"U', < were local law courts) Jesus had Bald. "If) thou wilt be tree Is Christ's servant. Ye are hundred and four present last I .millrlt vour' mippiirl, at tho .bear dale of July 1, 111:10: wllliIllti'lCHt piibllHheil. I I I.'I'ol"ar""I Hhlrk., ll.tuf. ilCountv.
* * prlmniy Juno 8nl. n.V.. IIINHONKOtt i I Iheriuin at the mtn of ft 18per : : Florida.WllneHH .
:'liu proselytes, calling on perfect sell that thou hast bought with a prce: ; be not ye the Sunday. -- , cent t per Annum pnyuhlu I on HIM 'the hand tif 'the nnd

i ''d, speak at the syna- give to the poor, and thou shalt servants of men."' --1 Cor. 7:22: 23.l'I'n'rl Worship at 11 a. m Our Easter IHI tiny of July and, ,I (lie I IHI iluv i iil'l'Y: I ll>IMIM 'IO\in; I .I.v.
I of each, ,
and atieh
liirmniy ,
and attending to tronsuie in heaven andwhen'fhat i year niul HIM neat I of mtlit! ,'n.urt
florv'( wan largely; attended! and, 1 lake tblH mot Ih.I..t annount'lniv' i I bomln lo become,. due and payable an .. .
important matters. Of the is (done then "Come "0 Master let mo walk with Thee, the music by the choir much my vitndldnry' fur' County I 'onl1l1l.- I follllWHfine : h..ult. Itl. on Ihl. 3lnt ilay efMarch.
appreciated. A. ., IU'10 mm t KloilMa.n. .
Mlonnr illHtrlit I N ii aim Im. .* On) ii, I Ilrndfold | ll".k.
,oih 1'11 called the and follow Many of I[ In lowly paths of service free." ThoiiHntiil OnllarM on July t, I.V.. .
one was me. us try I, ) Cllullly. mid will I I I ,irHrlal t.* I'l'li'! : II aol onll, HioiiHiind. ilollnrH, on .
il r of 'the church' and was the I land I profess to follow Christ, ,'with 1 April 2 -- - -- ; I'liicled tn give UIH dill tee. of tlio of- 1111: I IncliiHlveThn . JOINH.
-- -- --- -- -- = =:: - We will attend 1 the )public service flte tofu'I ronHlderatltju.l I I ami, will prlncliml, and l Interest. sub' Solicitor ..' '.

: at the school auditorium at at fR.I tlinxH:, work for I lie buHt Intor- .bnnilH; Mliilll be imvable: at Hie f.olllriof 4-4-AI I !ISt
: net of I trail.toi'I Countv, an a wholo.' .the ,."".... Niillonal Hank In th, '
8 p. m. J. At I I ""IIv of New York Slate of New %tl'I'Eit'S" : Morirn .S"

Mid-week service Wednesday York

8 : SCII DO I. 110 Ml I). '''''''1', :2 UN' IT FI'imiMIl" ': HF.HOI.VI'in Hereby I I. given 'that ..
at p. m. I hereby announce ii,y cumllilnryfor that urn election be anil I Hie ...",", 'Inhtireby "01.1 Ild,
and ,
J90c by 'that certain final I
Tho Hunter service In the Ilap- r"..,lortlon aa a memlier, of timeuch'n.t i-f.I teal to be held at i man HI'hocIhiiline iliicree of foreclonure. made by tat..Ioilgs .
t Iliimlilon" Kla, on I Hi. 24lll
tlst church bonrd from IXntrlrl 1 2. antiwill .
Sunday morning was of the Illh. Judlclnl I
limo 2Mli of Iherewh "lr"III.
on day April. 11)90
: continue, to give the flullea, ctf
enjoyed by u large congregation. ,'tier Miilil. bonilN, Mhall I i be Innned. :In timid for HrHilfoid County. Florida.In .
the oiHve l ..Ht attention' itt
toy very '' herein .deHcilbeil' und Hint HI....,.helection Cluincorv, on the 92nd, i d,,v ef
0cO1 The beautiful flowers added 1 their lIe vul era nee tit to re-turn me, for I IRn.h..r
t the a iiucMtloii I I to be nlibiiilt-, Man. A. t. tale, In favor or the
!<'rm, Your "iippnrt In n"- |"'en.,ral I l., Hank of Columl,, .la.
sweetness to the occasion Many i.*il Hhall, I I 'lie "For Homln" iti" .
'F1ijy .
I Ih'II i i ted and will I be 8PI.r.'nlo.I.II.U. . '
; -- AvaltiMt, lnn.IM" >n.. and iiirnlnKt ( H', lllrh
ii word. of praise and appreciation! : I MAY
IT 114 Pl'IITIIKIf: IIFHnl.vpn: Ihni t..II vt .., l..t..nd"....*.
were expressed 1 In regards to the -- I I Illi'le, he lippnlnted. Ihe followlliKnn un.l..r..I..I. ... H .... I cr,
: .1 - .. will) ofFer for mile nt .Ihe front, efihe
.. music rendered the choir. At loll ""IIIn'10' \I IJ iniinajriM'H' .1 I .1. Br..n" . .1 c
by I herwhv, nnnoiin'H. itivm-lf' a "- Konne. nnd I I., J. Wynn. of nnlil elnatlim Court IIOIIKR. In Htarke. Klorhlv, ,
the close of I the pastors( address 1 j datw. fur mvmbei* of I the Mdiool I "81"11-1, l ami .1. V. JOIIVH,.. UH d"t'k ,I"rlnl the leiral bourn, fif nil. le en
S three members received 1 Into ,Nlnlrlct N.t.: If re-el.-eto.l. I > of Mlllil ..1"'lllIn. Stay Sib ItO.: to the hlk
,,5 '- -- -- were I' iNS I the continued t I faithful I 6 I .I 1em-I.r"-j| IT M FI'UTIIKn: IIHHfllA'F.I": 1) AND ..., and 1 bent for canh thefiillnwlnw
: _:- the church Mr. and Mrs. H. O. of I the ilutlKN. i r>f th" ..111..... Your nunpott lUIIXOItKII I ,: m b thai I lie foreHToliiHr renoIntlonn itenerlhed prrl7l'rt| V Ivlaa

Lewis and Miss Elinor Lewis. In Mollclted! ".nit t me mtlt'I I 1 I :nppre' -1 j[ I I b" pulillnheil, I In S lie t t red rind In,1 loping In tti'adfirul! County, Flar>
Llated. A. $ I: I County o Teleitniph.t a newnpiiper. publlwhed .- 'In-wlt :
*) . --------- I In llruilfold County Florhl.t., HoiithweMt. Quarter of Houlbeant.
and, piilillcatlon I 10.. for lh.. period tit Quarter and Houthftnnt Quarter *fMoiilhwent
s l'hlISIIYTlJLtNServices : : :vo-ncn 0't.I'I''IO'll: four funnei'iil Ivan weekn., beirlnnlnK Quiirler' niul n Ml, rip *f
- -- "0 Ihe XMh' daya of April I 19.ID hers land 'time feet wide on l-in't Hide efHoulhweHt
At.. special. flied. taut ..f I Hi. Ilonrd li.i flu no newnpnper publlnhed' t i i In Quarter Sunday, April 27, as of I'uhlh I I InHtrtirtlon of I ulil Hpnclnl" Tux Hthool: IJIntrlct Nlt.I. Hectlnn I II I, Twp. 7. Month,
I follows: County KlnrMa' whlfli xpeclul me. ..tInx UfiriMTe 20 ':n..l. A (iso North went
0rtae held" to call of H. r>. MAY
5. wait purntiant Qniirter of Nurlheant. ff-
10 a. m. Sunday "school"" J. M. which all nientcre had perMonal' ""- Chairman Hoard of tubllu In- lion 14. Twp. 7. Mouth.qUlrl..r.HunRe at
Truby, supt tl.<>.., on the 2'lril day of April 19.10, Mtriictlon of Hradford. County FlorIdn. foist: containing In the aa-Rreffat
0I there nurti nieet- .
beliiR prenent at
11 a. m. Morning worship ser, 111/1/ If. l II. May, A. II. Hurreney and JHWAf.) 13 81''*. J. I. FltA7.r.r..
mon by the pastor "The Print of' .1. '1'. Moore. member*, and A. .1.'.1.MrllllH '''I'WI'' : ffpclal ftfnnt.rH
werretary. of Maid Hoard' the A. J. HKIFFIH' M. JOHN
the Nails. ,
following atnonir other proceedlntra, / Hum ." ","'.. Hoard' of I'utilie In- ,
7 p. m. Christian Endeavor: topIc were. had tovVIttMember HtriieHon. of Hradford, County, Florida !ullcll.r fur Complainant.. 4-4-St-l-t'

"What is Useful Life?" Hurrency preaented a ren' and ex-olllclo, Hecrelary of naldHoard. ,
a ----- -
1pN1Ee olutlon and upon motion of Member 4-2&- t6il.lNltTK'H
There will be no evening church May, Mecondml by Member Hurrenry.reiiriltitIon HANTIOIPI f''P or "" I.I
; service in this church on accountof was put before the lloitrd
:::: and all membera. itlnir Aye and Hereby notice I' gives that
::: the baccalaureate service at the none Nay, reiiolutlon was adopted, nnd by virtue I of that certain url
high school. said resolution belnic 1 In words an l The Stale of Florida, to Annie decree of foreclonure., made *
figures an follow*: : Booth, IroetliiKl' Jiula-e of 'the *4th. Judicial ( .. ,
% __ __ Prayer meeting Wednesday eve W,".:1t 1AK. At a meeting of thin' I It; appearliiK by affidavit appendinlto In and I for Hradford County, "or
_____ .00 ning at 8 o'clock. Hoard. h"ld on the 2.1rd day of April the Hill of Complaint: In the lila, In ,'h.I..ry. nn the Und d.
Itno' there was preaenteri' petition Chancery Cnune. pendlnir, In the Clr- of March A. H. 110, In favor of the
A cordial invitation to all our Mlffned hy more than 2i( per rent of nult C.ourt: In and for Hradford ('.>un- Federal Mail Hank of C'"unl. a
services extended to all. the qualified .electors reHldlnir. with ty Florida wherein, W. M Hooth In rlrttr"U..n.. and aa'nlnnt "*
in the territory known and .1..1 lirnated Complainant I and Annie I Hooth IN defendant .t nl, Defemtant .f'The
Good WordsEverywhere -. an SPecial Tax Hrhool PlitrlctNo. that the Miild defendant iou. underlined, a* Hpeclal Master, will
-s- Inspection of historic battle 2 of Kradford County, ICIordla, .. nori-renUlent of 'the elate of Klor. offer for smile at the front door' ef
I grounds and odd torts In the Sec praying j thin Hoard to call. on elmi- lout and that his residence I I. unknown the Court house In literate, "'Inrla.
, tl'in to determine wwhether aalflarhool and there. la no person Inth durlntr, the. leKal hour of '' .
I II I ond Florida Congressional districtfor illatrlct shall l Issue bonda In atat ,of Florida the **,vir'" of a Monday Slimy Ilh. 11110: to the hlKhenl
II I the purpose of providing ap- the sum ot 17,00000 for the pur- MUtipoeiia upon whom would bind I and bent ... for cash. Ihe followInic -
I markers pone of acquiring, hulldlnic. enlitrnInir. aalil defendant, and that aald. defendant deacrlbvil. property lying and
prlate government or furnlithlnv or otherwise Improv* the of 21 Bradford o
: I I. over age years, being In County, Florida
monuments as requested by Rep- lag buildings or at-hool tiroun'la. orfor .aid eunice beIng a Hill of Divorce.It to-wlt:

resentative K. A. Green will be f any.* ..> other nfhrnlN,exclusive within Meld use. of Hn>public *(..tnlTax la ordered that Maid defendant b. The Northeast Quarter. .f timeMmaimlhwest
and hi I I. hereby required to apl..rtI Quarter len. on. ( ) aer.
undertaken by the war depart School DistrIct: I to be used hy the call of Complaint at the In th. Houtheant Cf: rner of HevtleaTwentyNine
outstanding the white children. of aalil diHtrltt, UII
-because everyone knows it's an ment. In fact It I Is the department and rhl. Donrd havlrtv duty ronnMrtid Clerk":! 0"" Htarke, Florida to (29)) Township ft."..,
Intention In accordancewith laid petition and the fart grated answer ald Hill on the 6th day of (1) South nun". Twenly-On Eli I ) 1-
America th.*r..'ln ..''d havln' determined, May, A. D.. IK30: otherwise the allegation Kant: oonlBliiIrK 29 Hire mor .O
The'deep and lasting value which I :as inspired suggestion! some weeks ago that saul petition I I. aimed by more of aald Hill will be taken lei*.
I a.* nonfeN *.'. It I I. further ordered. J I FRA7KIT
inMarquettes'during by representative H. J. Crane of than iS per cent of the quallflxil .
of great performance I Performance to 'invest $25,000,000 elector, who are freeholder reMldInM that this order b* published one. a Special Mailr. <
the First district to Inspect virtually In aalrl Special' Tax Hrhool I>l 1.- week for four conaecutlv. wecka. In "1. U. JOHN **i.

"bui/f/ by Buicfc" the few I all the historic battle groundsand ,trlrt Mn. !2. and that the 'lHUanca tit I ftrnrfrnrd-- (-'neat. TuleirraDh.- a Hollcllor fur Cinnplitlnant.:
,,-1.-,, as prayed for '-1'-1.-; ; .la n*<'- newspaper of neneril' .,'ui'lonI.ubll..hed
-performance reflecting a months it has been on the' Indian forts la the'section Caaary. ami that saIl petition fullyrompllea In Bradford ('ounl

i with a view of locating. suitable with the Jaw It la, therefore > Ida 5Dune NOTHH OF vit.
of expert- marketl Come drive-=-andVALUE markers ord.r... at Rtarka, Florida UI"'llor
t quarter-century i IIPMOI.VFO: : By this' Boar of .anI prll 3rd, A. I'l .. 1110. Sixty day after 111. hereof on
.. .- Marquette superiorityfine "Pu bile Inntrttntlrjn Inaperlal meeting (Seal (1KO. W. AI.DKHMAN.: wit! th. 20th day It ,., A. D. \o ,
ence in building !2,400,000 prove Tallahassee Completion of on this J.lrd: day of April 1910. l Clerk Circuit Court, I will prwftvnt my vouchers ano'rUta

for yourself I IiUILT that It I I. expedient and for the Attest: above I II a try copy of the account to the honorable lien. A
cars-performance paving and curbing Lafayette bent Interest aid Hpeclal Tax .
of original on Ml* In ray ofTlee.OKU. Ourdlnvr. rniinty Ju lir. of Itrudfor
street leading Into state highwayNo. It"' '' ol nintrlft No. *. of Bradford W. Af.UKItMAN. county, Florida. n. administrator .C
FLINT MICHIGAN County, Florida that this l Hoard on i Clerk Circuit Court. the estate of J, Z. Anil.rn.. dAcranffl,
BUICK MOTOR COMPANY 19, assured. behalf at aald' IMnlrlrt' I do l Issue anilnell 4-8t-8-2 and auk for thtlr approval' and laydlnrharv
I Divi, o. of Cnral'Motofi bond 'In the amount of 17.000 .- an. such aflinlnlatratnr.
I B Y BUICK I Crpororwa 'ulld... 0' 00 for th. purpose aa Mtatad In Thin. tint day of March A. r>. !>)..
'Factor) OK .*.
Canadian .
Car A Great Dltcooery said petition I above referred to. J,"r.I& NOT.Cf .f II. J. DAVI. _ _
lukk end Motor *
Mcloughlln-Suick Othowo. a"'. Maquette UK: IT KI7IITMKK MK$'H.VKI ,
AdmInistrator vital of J. X. Aailr
When Pasteur discovered, in 1352 That said. bond shall b. ,In, the d" Hereby notice, I I. given that under : deceased. I
that the infection of wounds was nomination of $1000.00, that bond 'and by vIrtue of that certain final .1- I'110'rI'rO

caused by malignant bacteria, be performed .shall bear date of July 1, IJMO. witS >lcr*. of r.r..lo..ur. mnd by the ...-- ---- -
MarouetteREGISTER service of inestimable value interest thereon at the rat of I 1-1 Judge l of the 26th. Judicial ('ircuit,
th1 or *'. HiSt'llCltS.50' I'
percent per annum payable on '
Hradford Florida.In 1'
mankind. Since then medical science 'In and for County, '
to 1 HI day of July and the lit day of Chancery, on the 22nd day of Hilly days. after alit, h.r*.f on 1.-
has been producing batter January of each year and such March, A. 1>., 1930 In favor of Th. wit: Th 20lh day of May, 111. I will
antiseptics, to kill these .germ. that bond to b.camwdue and payable- a. Federal .and Hank of Columbia, a present my vnu' and .
may enter too smallest cut and give us followaOn corporation., and ...In.t .:m. Crew. "unl to the llonarahlo Thouaand dollar on July I.U36 al Defendant. Theundernlicnad : llnr, judifo of Rradforilnounty
tuberculosisand t .
such typhoid 'nunl.
aa and 1 1 000.00 on July 1 of each
COMPANY Maater will ., a. administrator ..1the
do a Special
MOTOR Now all have to of the 1911 t.141.. lnrlii.lvTh -
lockjaw. you! tom yara of aaldbond I offer for sate, at the front door of *.ato of If. M. Hnydcr deceased.
and lntrt I
dreadful principal
be that these germs
sure the Court In Starke. Florida, and ask for their approval and my
i not infect a wound M to wash that of the* ehall Chase be National payable Hank at the,In ofnc the durlnir. the b1*::11 hour OK sale on discharge .. such atlmlnlatrator.Thin .

wound, however email, thoroughly with city of Mw York, mate' of NwYovtc Monday May tth. lUl. to thou hla-h- list day of A. l>,
Florida Liquid 13oro on the modern antiseptic ..t and beat. .. cash the t..,. "31.
liquid lioroione to ft MB'IT rtrnTiiKii RESOLVKD: t".lno decrlbed property Iyl. and A. 8. CJI.
Starke Y_ eon fA
In Itradford lou." '.. Advlnlnttrator, estate vt
needs and : train: that an elect Ion b. and th* same h.'nc I. !i,
sue to fit puiae, .
your usc. .I..d.,3ll..t'I"1 .
I I. hereby called, to b* helmS at the to-wlt, _ _
HEN lETTER AUTOMOBILES ARE BUILT . BUICK WILL BUILD THEM Canova Pharmacy: school house, Hampton on the lllh Tb. Northeast Quarter of North j j


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41 111 1 BRADFOItn COUNTY TKLEniMPH. STAltKE FIXHtTDt rnm.\v.Rn.
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-- -- -- --" -- --- -..- ..... unqualifiedly;; frhl; re-election.- E. 'C. Matthews member of the I Matthews h ; been: strongly endorsed la optimistic as to i n :7 '

k Bradford County TelegraphEstablished I'Largo Sentinel. Florida railroad Commission, by leading citizens! In his I retain the Important -'I', %*> I
[ around townIt --r --o- whose term of office expires th's section of the state.-Winter Gar especially gratified ''I ,'>
1877 Eugene S. Matthews member of year, has announced that he will den Grower. the last issue of ih, ,: .adl""
______._.9.. the state railroad commission and be a candidate for nomination for -0- story concerning i ?""M

Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class has Just dawned on us whyCoolidge his I I I a candidate for" re-election, has the office at the primary electionon Plant City was delighted to have road 28. Mr. \Man }, \ Wd,
was so quiet during just been advised Unit some of his June 3. Mr. Matthews was originally Eugene S. Matthews, state railway dent of tile Lao, i "
/ Matter at the Cost Office at Starke, Florida stay In the White House-h was: campaign cards were Hold In one placed on the board by ap- commissioner and pioneer workerfor short route asso-,- ,,01'' I'P, \ *

Having up all those words so be: Florida town fur a penny apiece.An pointment of former Governor; the best interests of the straw- valuable work in i h, ,, 'aDf
__ __ __________ Owner and PublisherJ. dollars for ''lllr'
I';. Matthews, __ could Ret two apiece state rsq(
ambitious youth with a fInan- Hardee, to fill a vacancy, and has berry industry In the dropIn placed on the seeml..,,l >

C. Robinson _____ ________..____________ Managing, Editor them from the magazines. cial bent sold them about the town. been elected to the place twice for a visit at the festival. Mr. : last by the leglslati,,, |J''r l,(|'?*
Tallahassee Stale News. since then. Ills wide experience and Matthews can appreciate: a straw- Reporter. 'alt

RATE It may gave: you a nice feelingat ---o----- his close application to duties of berry festival as well as any man ---0-_ ___
SUBSCRIPTION receive bucks
the time two
to Broward county friends of Eu- the position have given him a wide in the state. la view of his prom Says the Mariaim,",
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance per word for everything you write, gene S. Matthews of Starke, are circle of friends and supporterswho inent place in the life of his home ier: E. S Matthews/ ,iIBtu{
but it alao I has Its drawbacks. Oh, "iloa4
Advertising Rates on Application pulling for his re-nomlnatlon and will be pleased to know that town, Starke, and the state as a missioner, whom \\ ,M I 11r

no _ __ ..-. -- yen friends It hall a Imagine joke and telling right a In groupof the election to the state'rallrond com- he plans to again enter the cam,I whole, his visit here was ot importance Is opposing, own n,, RJJJ'p'
mission. Mr. Matthews has been palgn. Mr. Matthews Is publisherof Mr. Matthews knows County Telegraph, ,H I ,,aT, ;
midst of laughing at It suddenly
Half holidays coming soon. railroad commissioner for six years the Bradford County Telegraph his strawberries, being as he is a the column when '' ,
realize 'that had thrown away cal|
} 0I you and nls services have been entirely Arcadia Arcadian. resident: of a famous strawberry I paragraphs were rep ' $500. satisfactory We can see no good -o- section, and it was fine that he was live to Mr. Matthew w, fj
I Palmetto News says it takes a real optimist to be a reason for a change.-Fort Laud-: able to steal a few hours for a visIt following about '
!Mrs. Coolidge also gets two dollars Eugene S. Matthews, member of :. McQnnMe: ,
farmer. erdale Herald. I II to the festival-Plant City .Just shows that Mr.
per for telling how she arranged the Florida railroad commission, Matthn
i' Courier. "toting fair" In
Ms ,
o the flowers In the White ----o-- whose term will expire with the i ue ?

Old "Pussonal Liberty" has been revived by the Literary House vases wh'Ie: poor Mrs. I 13. S. Matthews, member of the present year. Is a candidate for reelection Railroad--Commissioners,)-- E. S. election launa tax: Will McQuuxKe; or|
Blank finds it hard sledding to state railroad commission and candidate subject to the nomination tnr Sol|!>
t Digest poll on prohibition. get two rents for a confession of for re-election, was in the of the Democratic primary to beheld Matthews and A. 8. Wells were in county and candidni., tor ralll',,'

1 -' why she shot her husband for lead- city Monday calling on the voters. on June 3. This Is a cue Plant City Saturday afternoon, commissioner, was amltor
o- I and while looking over the exhibitsat Monday, having .
I, : ing the king of spades. Besides his 'railroad commissionwork where voters may well decide rtropi) It| nto,
I The unusual town or city will be the one not asking; for a Mr. Matthews has been a against making a change. Mr. the Florida ..strawberry Festival Tribune office. Mr! M Qua|!;!,

I lti i count following release of census figures. All of which comes of the great member of the legislature several Matthews has shown exceptional had opportunity to greet many of I well known through."m m ,,
? their good friends. Mr. Wells, tlon of the ,
times and In 1923 was the parliamentary member of liavinn! beet
.. American habit of Judging an ar- ability as a the commission !
-0 I chairman of the commission Is a live in politics for
1 I ticle by the name signed at the ; leader a k Live Oak Democrat put out a big edition last week, cooperating bottom rather than by the real put on a one cent gasoline tax'to ful to the trust reposed in him hold-over this year, but Mr. Mat- years. He seeks (h, P081tioi,

r with the Woman's Club of that city.Young r merits of the piece. be divided equally among the coun- first by Governor Hardee when he thews and Mrs. Eaton are candidates the railroad rommlxp ,>n whirl
tle. .-....Madison Jonterprlse:: '-Record- appointed him to fill a vacancy on for re-election, and will poll now held by Eugene s Mllltb<
.--- large support in this section. Mr. of Starke. Mr. MaUll"hal
No KiddingIt er. I the commission, and latterly by the >
Bulloch who took over the Monticello News upon Matthews was born in Bradford ed this position for a numb-
--C-- people In two elections, in each of '
i I the death of his father, is giving Monticello a clean, newsy seems as If these cynics, who Eugene S. Matthews, member of I'which they elected him by an overwhelming county strawberry: which producing is another section great, and years nil the, having vacancy been ipj>olm,
have been Baying that over ninety majority.-Tampa Life. h;
7 paper. the Florida railroad commission, he has always worked for service death of A. D. Cunipli.-n Off'
percent of a movie audience Is _
1 0 whose term will expire this year, o- and rates that will be beneficial to ley, since which time he< tiail
'I' \ composed of morons were on the has announced that he will be a Eugene S. Matthews, member ot the growers Chairman Wells and elected and re-elected h
,4B; j Time for paying your poll tax and registering is growing wrong track all the time. Here candidate for re-election subjectto the Florida railroad commission Mrs. Eaton also have labored .-River Junction Tiibunt.WKATIIKK ,> Ih,1ple. .i
is the proof: at a recent picturethe
j short. Register and pay tip if you.want to vote in the June audience sat wide-eyed while the June primary. Mr. Mat whose term will expire tbls year, earnestly In their behalf.-Plant ---_
thews has been a faithful official has announced that he will be a City Enterprise. HKl'ORI
: : I: elections. the beeootlful princess gave the and has given the state intelligent candidate for re-election, ,subjectto --0- -
t: --0---- big, bad mans all the encourage and acceptable service. He is the the June ,
; : primary. Mr. Mat Date Max Mmn! Pr
j j.t While he would not admit that
I ment he could wish to come on
f owner of the Bradford
Jt Fashion note: No startling changes made in the sum- and do his derndest, but he remained Telegraph County thews has been a faithful official his political fences in Columbia April 16 86 58
published at Starke and
and has the
given state, intelligentand April 17 86 62
silhouettes Indifferent to her charms, bounty needed bolstering up E, S.
silhouette. The low descending summer sun first
mer was appointed to the com- acceptable service lie is the April 18 89 61\\
Matthews, candidate for reelection -
and turning on his heel strode out
old of last mission by Former Governor Har- of the Bradford
the same pegs year. owner County as railroad commissioner, was April 19 70 62
of the room Scorned thusly, the
dee to fill a vacancy. Mr. Matthews Telegraph, published at Starke, April 20 78 Kt
l 4I. calling his friends in the
0 princess stamped her foot, broke a on many
: has been
strongly endorsedby appointed
and was first [ to the
Apr! 21 78 6e
s'' Motorists of this country paid four hundred million dollars vase and burst into tears. And at I leading citizens of his sectionof commission by former Governor county this week. Mr. Matthews April 22Total 87 KT
asserts that his in South
+ this point a young, gal in the aud- the
e t"1"; in gas tax last year. That sum is sufficient to cause one ience giggled audibly, "Heel! Heel i state.--Apopka Chief., Hardee to fill _a vacancy. Mr. J Florida will be gratifying and he rainfall for week I 141

to wonder what the states would do without gas.u She wanted him to love her!"
We always have said that movie
Green Cove Springs Times says there will be an increased audiences were pretty easy to catch

acreage of strawberries in Clay county next year. That's the pn.

proper spirit to show in the face of a poor season. insomnia

A lot of good sleep was lost
Some local or county organization should start a move-
Monday night or rather early
ment to beautify the state highways through Bradford coun- Tuesday morning. Just before

We of best bets in going to bed we happened to tune
overlooking neglecting
ty. are one our -
!in on WLW and heard the greu- "" "" saa ..... Q'1:1'o'l"-O-'' : ; _' __ i ." .....': ... -.z' Y..-....... 'Tif1t1',, .
thi>>. some details of the Ohio State All Persons who are now carrying op ;n charge accounts with the merchantsand

O Penitentiary fire, in ,which over
three hundred people lost their professional men of Starke and other tributary towns
Leesburg Commercial editor says Jie is going to be in lives. There Is something awe-

Quincy May 16-17th(; for the state press meeting because he inspiring in hearing a great disaster -

Joesn't believe Quincy has the fifteen beauties shown in Sweg- radio like! that broadcasted' over the Whose Accounts Are Now Overdue

er's paper last week. Suppose you start a beauty contest? . -

o Hurry llortnutu

Sophie 'Jean Irving in the", High Springs Telegram, commenting 'Srumored that Puss Hortman .

on the Atlanta bride who had her shoulder dislocatedin and his band will appear at a near
by resort in the not too distant future
a husbandly hug, says "Oh, give us more husbands, hugs -
Many locals who have traveled -
and hospitals!I" Well, how many more husbands do you wantVo miles 'n' miles to keep step The Professional

- with Herr Hortman's thump-

thump, will get hot feet when
To say you do not like a newspaper because you see no ''
they read this. Banker People
need of some news it carries, is like refusing trade with a :

grocery store because it carries among its stock articles you If the opening strains of the

do not like. Both must cater to what subscribers and patrons new tune" "Watching My Dreams Clerks
Go By, aren't stolen from "Outof Manufacturer ,
demand. I The Dusk to You" It's just an-

o- other mistake we've made. 'r'; ,
Georgia'columnist reminds us that "Frequently those I All Out! Merchant o '
L things we put thumbs: down on are things we really envy oth-
The senior class play, "When A D Mechanics
ers doing. There's a thought in that sentence for everyone, ,
Feller Needs A Friend," comes off
and you can follow out his suggestion of analyzing yourself on with a bang Monday night. Be Farmer

that point. there! This Is the last time that t J, Mill Hands
this senior class will ever grad-
uate from high school and they *

Instead of raising first class postage to two and one-half deserve a lot of credit for doing it. Lawyer Miners

cents to make up the yearly fifty million deficit, the govern-
And tourists continue to turn
ment could probably make up the loss and show a profit by their handsome cars around rightIn

eliminating the practice of free use of mails. by departments the middle of our blocks. They Doctor' Laborers
uid figure, and'rightly too, that mostof .
the local J Fords will hesitate!

o before hitting one of these here .

Gainesville Sun hopes the next session of legislature will now Cords

refuse to create additional new counties. A constructive step lenient This Credit Guide Book, is soon to go to press, and your name will be in it, so be

and one that would please taxpayers would be consolidationof SURE 'and see the merchants and professional men whom you may owe and arrangefor

some of the smaller counties and get rid of some surplus In love, as well as fishing, -
county officials. "TIs true, but sad to say- an adjustment of your account, in order that we may be able to give as fair a ratting -
t It seems to be the.bgg: fish ", I , "
o Who always gets away 'as possible in this book and card files.

Marianna Times-Courier says if the Republicans of Flor- .

ida expect to get anywhere in politics in this state they must I DO NOT FORGET-TilE MERCHANT IS YOUR FRIEND
quit fighting themselves. There is little difference
among very
}+ of opinion or fighting among the real leaders, that is con- i PAY the Merchant, Doctor, Grocer, Druggist and others whom you owe and ES-

:lined mainly to pie-hungry camp followers. i K. S. Matthews of Starke PECIALLY bills owed for a long period of. time-these are rated in credit systems

o says he Is going to run for reelection -
as over-due and delinquent accounts.
Phil Armstrong of the Times-Union has come to the aa a member of the state rail- ,
road ''commission. He has given

conclusion that knees these days are used very. little for pro- efficient service In that capacity, A good credit record is one of your most valuable assets-WHY? Because if
losing. Saw two couples Sunday afternoon in rumble seats Is honest and capable, and we 'you1at'e
t don't know how Florida could bet- such a record, you can secure credit accommodations anywhere in the United
apparently, proposals had been made and accepted, and
ter herself by replacing him with Stales without undue delay or inconvenience. It is valuable
now could a fellow stay on his knees in a case like that? I Io someone else.-Palmetto News.o another very you move to
city or state or to
a person coming live in Starke. If your credit record was
-- ,
E. S. Matthews, editor ot the good in the city or town where you formerly lived. You can secure credit accommo-

:' In spite of the increased acreage planted to strawberries Starke Telegraph, and a member dations immediately from most all merchants in Starke who do a credit business.

this year, receipts will fall below that of last year. This is' of the railroad commission was a

not.due tq any lack of labor, or preparation by our farmers,!: visitor lu Lake City last week. Mr. help us to show that the citizens of Starke (who :
Matthews has a lot 'of friends tn ? carry charge accounts) are good
nor to the quality of fruit offered prior to the heavy rains Columbia county and his chanceson .
paying customers.
during March. We lost out when the best part of our ship- railroading through next June

ping season was ruined by the ruins of that month and thereis look better than an excursion
ticket.--Lake 'Ity Reporter.
now no market for what fruit we have left. The markets --- ,

' never recovered from the effects of the bad fruit shipped dur- Eugene S. Matthews, owner of For Your Credit's Sake Pay As Many of Your,Bills As You

ing the rainy season and immediately following, resulting in the ber Starke Telegraph, and a mem- Can
of the state railroad commission -
low prices for the good fruit of the past:: two weeks. That our last week announced that he

farmers are not downhearted is shown by their plans for an- will be a candidate In the June Before This Book is Publisbedy

other big crop next season, and that is as It should be. That primaries for re-election. Mr. Matthews .

i is the only to failure. I haa'made a capable officer
way overcome a for the state, and the Sentinel Is


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