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: May 2, 1930
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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FIVE JAILED RESULT RAIFORD Baker County Tvo.Are Jailed; Mason-Williams THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL COMMENCEMENT ..

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I SHOOTINGS THURSDAY-FRIDAY IndictedThe Itrownio G lny-!Shot By Officers" Saturday t OF BRADFORD HI :

(lco. Reddish and Otis Mor-

son of Ben Andrews Placed' In Jail Tuesday on Request of entire of board Baker of county county"commissioners were- Ran' Held-In Jail. Opening last--Saturday night In Held For Using IJ..n. v J.< ".. Norman-- Deliver. Address -

H Union County Sheriff re-Indicted by the grand Jury last A pitched battle between county the big tent theatre next to the ; 2:1 Graduates In

-' week during their sessions at the and city officers and Brownie Bradford County Telegraph office, Mails To Defraud Class of IIMO:
the Mason-Williams Show has
Following the shooting into a spring term of circuit court for Gainey late Sunday afternoon at' -
Hundreds Enjoy Baker IndIctments the 0. L. been filled to capacity each night.
count one or more Sapp>> filling station on
our occupied by Postmaster Louis charging malpractice in, of- road 13.. north of Starke, resultedin Headed by Fannie Mason and May I). D. Crawford and R. L. Ruts The largest graduating class in ,
Rltch of Raiford, his brother, Grandin "Cue"; fce! being returned against each Clniney rece'ving! a gunshot Blossom Williams, up-to-date plays of tho Ktngsley: Lake section were the history of the Bradford County -
Clarence, and a son of the former, and the additional charge of per wound in the lower part of his have been presented with musical placed In the county jail Tuesday, High School received diplomas
Wednesday night of last week on Celebrate Road jury filed against two. Indict-, body and he Is in a critical condition numbers and finale the same as charged with using the malls. to Tuesday night as a fitting climax;
the streets of Ralford Ben Andrews ments returned against the com at the ;.farr hospital. A companion In larger cities and they, with the ,defraud, following an Investigation ; to three nights' of graduation exercises -
Carl Andrews Ted Nobles missioners last' fall were thrown urge Reddish surrend- aid of a capable cast, have succeeded by Russell Carlton, postal Inspector which began Sunday evening +
were placed in jail Friday and Completion of Highway 28 Ocean out because of the Improper man- ered to the officers and he was In putting the show over in : for this district. They were with the baccalaureate sermon ; ;

Tuck Tomlln..-wounded in an exchange ian of JubileeBY ner In which the jury list was placed In the county jail, and later an entirely pleasing manner in turned over to a deputy marshal At this time the following:
of shots with officers, was drawn by the commissioners. The during the 'evening Otis Morgan spite' of the vexing problems. always Wednesday and taken to Jacksonville service was carried out:

carried to a Lake City hospital for "E. S. TRAVERS Indictments returned Wednesdaywere was arrested. Bonds for the. two attendant upon opening where they will be tried be- Processional Mrs. F. H Long;
treatment. One of the later developments (Former Editor of Manhasset as follows:' have been set at 1500. week of a season! The ManonWilllams fore Federal court. hymn, Faith of Our Fathers, By

was the placing in Review, N. Y.) State vs J. O. Crews-4 Indict- Karller Sunday -tfternoon In an carries a splendid company From available information, tho choir and congregation; quartette
jail of Hamp Andrews, son of Ben Grandln's red letter day April ments charging malpractice in office altercation near .a church In the with them this year and with pair sought to defraud an Arkansas PraUe Ye the Father (Gounod).
Andrews, in Starke Tuesday on re- 2ft, came in with blue skies and ; on, Indictment charging per. Ilellbronn Springs section. Gainey only a few days of preliminarywork woman out of $60, Crawford Messrs. Wesley Stearns John Powell '
quest of Sheriff Brannen of Lake warm sunshine. Under the shady jury. Is said to have emptied his revol- the talent of the company Is answering" her advertisement for Owen GrllSn and T. T. Long
Butler. lie will be held In connection oaks gathered! all her neighborsfor State vs MerriU J.CherryOne ver at Ed Stanley, one bullet apparent already in the plays Information concerning a missing scripture reading. Rev/' G. P. Raymond
with the shooting at the miles around to enjoy the big Indictment charging malpracticeIn striking Stanley. in the foot. Officers they have presented here, and son. lie wrote her saying he was of the Baptist church; prayer '
Tomlln place Thursday morning. barbecue, The bright, cheerful office went to the scene to arrest t these the Telegraph believes de- In trouble and for her to send a Rev. J. T. Guy, of the Methodist +,

Ben Andrews surrendered to gathering from Florahome, Putnam State vs L. L. Williams-One .indictment Calney when the matter was re- serve special mention.It money order for $60 to D.. D church; announcements by ;
Sheriff Epperson Friday morning -nail and Interlachen got together charging! malpractice in ported but were unable to locate Is needless to say anything Crawford Instead of In her sou's Principal H, S. Iowli4 ail; chorus.
after biding out from pursuers by Mrs. George Neer and office. him. Later 'Galney, George Reddish In regard to the work of May name, and the two split the sum Praise Him (I'etrle.fly) t> choir;

Thursday and Thursday night, her many lady helpers from the State vs D. L. Dorman-Three Otis Morgan and one other Blossom Williams, as her reputa- sent them. Becoming suspicious Baccalaureate sermon. Dr. G. H.
sending word to Starke of his above towns put on the biggest Indictments charging malpracticeIn who has not yet bAen arrested tion has long since been made of the proceedings the postal authorities -' Lowry, of the Presbyterian C
whereabouts and his desire to sur- event. Grandin ever saw. office. drove iqto town. Morgan and the here. On this trip she has more were notified and the arrest church; benediction Rev A. E.
render. lie was placed In the It was a big success In every State vs A. C. Thomas-Two Indictments -I unknown party dropped out of the than maintained her former reputation of Crawford and Ruls follow Dunham, of the Episcopal church; +

county Jail here for a short time, way. Speeches by senators con- charging malpractice In car and Gainey| and Reddish reappeared of possessing unusuaul abil- ed. recessional.The .

later being carried ,to Oalnesyllle gressmen and others games and office I Indictment charging per this'tIme with their shotguns I ity In any part assigned her. LlkewiseFannie - music on this occasion was
and .placed la the jail there for sports by the children: and lots of jury showing., I Mason is too well M\SIH\U: TiiritsiY under the direction of Mrs. Mable ,,
greater safety. Carl Andrews and eats for all comers. Music was State vs J. G. Crews, Merrill J. Strollers o'u the sidewalks near' known here to add a word of --'- Wall with Mrs. F. H. Long accompanist .
Ted Nobles made their way to furnished by local talent and all Cherry, L. L.: Williams D. L. Dor- Corpening's HDIlR' Store made a praise for her efforts; she has been The first baseball game of the ,

Macclenny Friday where they sur- made merry. The tourist camp Man and A. C. Thomas; jointly Indicted hurried dive for safety when the running May Blossom a very close season will be called at 9:30: The second: in the .series of exercises -
rendered to Sheriff! Jones and that site had over 400 people gatheredfor on the charge of malpractice pair turned the corner and nar- second during this week. Thursday, May 1, at Thomasvllle took place Monday when ,,
afternoon the Baker county sheriff the festival scene in spite of in office. rowly missing a collision with an- The orchestra under the lead- "Field when the Starke town team t the play "When a Feller Needs a
and an escort took the pair to the handicap of Its being Memorial other car. No attempt was made ership of Bob Wllllard deserves meets the 1'alatka Pals. \ Friend: ," was presented before a
the Duval county jail. Day. But this get-together Idea by either to use the guns, and after much credit as they play the show' The lineup for Starke Is: large audience. The cast of char- ;
Evidence against..all five men of Mrs Neer has been hanging FiddlersVill circling.the block came to a material and ,to them goes a lot I II alell II, narlful base. acters was:
will be presented to the grand jury fire ever since Road 28 was openea stop near the ,Woman's Club buildIng of the credit for the musical numbers Raymond, short stop. Tom Denker-Paul Knight.:
when circuit court convenes in from Starke to Florahome and Fiddle In Jax ,where apparently they waitedto being put over In such a Thomas catcher. Bob Mills-Milton Brownlee.
Lake Butler May 26th.. Carl An- Grandin feeling the entire see If the officers would come pleasing manner. Lewis center field. Sirs Reese-Pearl Manning.
drews Is also under bond for stretch will be finished this year M after then\. Emptying guns into We would term Harry Keene nn ICedxrave, right field.GrllTIrt Jerrie Smith--llallle Jones
appearance at the spring term of went ahead ,and gave this big Plans for an old time Fiddlers the air, Gainey and Reddish drove' all-round man. Besides being a first bane.Klcklltei1. LU-Estelle Kendrlck.

circuit court for Bradford county, blow-out celebration.' Contest and Hog Calling ContestIn on down Walnut street and fired performer of real ability he possesses 1 : third bane.N. Ring Dlckson-Guy Andrews.
convening Monday for the attempted There should be more of these connection with an old cracker another volley near Green's Store one of those soft singing Alvarez pitcher.V William Denker-Gary Over- .
get-together gatherings. It makes "breakdown" dance has been plan- driving out of townr'to Sapp'n Alvarez left
murder of Charlie Manlre on voices' so pleasing to the publicear field. street.
a deaf mute, on the night of Jan- for neighborly good will and ned In Jacksonville at the Duval filling station where they awaltled is a saxophone artist of rare Everyone should turn out for Alice King! -Thelma Silcox.I .
uary 4th, near Starke. helps get rid of jealousy and don County Armory, on Thursday eve- the officers. ability and lit right on the job the game this afternoon and revive -I Elaine: Lynoe-Lena Belle Shep-
Trouble Stabled Wednesday nishness. Thanks to the ladles and ning. May 16. Both contests' are Sheriff Kppemon organized; the I when the time tomes to take Mr. the spirit of the national pastime ard.
The first outbreak occurred men who gave their services and open to any resident of Florida, pursuit and Instead of driving; Wllllard's, place on the piano Mtool which has been on the decline Angela/ Scott-Eva Marcotte.
Wednesday night 'of.last week worked so hard against a handi- and it is expected that more thana down the highway in plain view While young In years he handles In and around Starke for the Under the direction of Miss H.-
when the car containing Clarence cap of knockers I .must say Gran; score of the best fiddlers and of those In the' filling station, tooka theatrical .situations with as much last few years. The locals have al I sal Middleton, each actor did Jos-?
din did herself proud. No pret- hog callers in the state will com- roundabout course and crossed' fust, aggregation of bull lice to the i
Rltch, Louis hitch and his son case as a man many yours his senior. snappy \/ / exceptionally" clever
was> fired upon as they drove down tier scene have I seen In a long pete. the railroad east of the"filling; sta l tosMors' which with the proper support lines and plot of this play.
the street to the Ritch home. The time than the 400 or more men In the fiddlers contest, each con- tion. The officers were at the Then comes Miss Betty Mack, l should turn out a winning Between the acts the audience
car, which carries marks of the feasting, laughing and chatting testant Is allowed an accompanist, scene and ready for action before the comedienne, who handles each brand of ball. I was entertained with 'songs' : and
volley on all four sides, rolled toa 'under the verdant oaks. When our using a banjo, piano or guitar, or ,either Galney or Reddish knew of and every role with that big time Don't forget-3:30: o'clock.\ dances. by a chorus of the following -
stop near the Rltch place, the Road 28 Is completed next fall and any other accompanying InAtru- I their presence. Hangers-on; at the attitude, showing she Is perfectly I girls: : Leila Den Andrews. .
occupants saving themselves from thousands of tourists drive over ment. If the contestant has no II resort made a hurried departure, capable of playing any role assigned .\VNOIM-IH: : lOll 'Thelma Andreu Dora Manning
our beautiful hills and dells and accompanist, he will be provided from the scene at Sheriff! Epper- HCIIOOI HO.lltl
Injury by dropping to the floor of I her, especially the mother parts, Miriam Jacobs, Eloise hitch and ,
the machine. Two of the men see our lovely lakes, Grandin will with one for the contest. Arrangements son's demand for the pair to sur- which she handles In real up-to- Annie Mae Pearce. 'Popular' numbers
taking 'part in this ambush were be appreciated. And may we have for the affair are under the I render. Reddish went down one the-minute flapper style. James T Moore of Luwtoy, announces were also played by.the town
reported recognized by Postmaster another barbecue. direction of Avery Powell para- 'side of the building as If to go Next comes a study In blondes In this Issue for re-elee-! orchestra and at this time Coach ;
Hitch as Ben and Carl Andrews. I The big barbecue at Grandinwas grapher of .the Florida TimesUnion around but apparently decided the with Ila Holland whose nifty voice Ion to the school board, Lawtey Fore awarded letters to the mem
Thursday morning while Union successfully staged by Mrs. and all those wishing to enter odds were too great, turned back! I'ollple.wllh her pleasing footwork and Slarke district Mr. Moore Is ben t of the girls basketball team.
county authorities and States At- George Neer, Mrs. Mayo Sikes, are requested to send in their I and surrendered.. Gainey emptiedhis makes her a valuable flllSlJt now serving his first term on the Graduating exercises were held
torney were Investigating the Mrs Strickland Mrs. Hutaon Mrs. names to Mr. Powell and state gun through the thin walls of to the entertainment. board l and has given his district Tuesday evening before a packed
Tennell. Mrs. Welnholst, Mrs. which contest they wish to enter., I the building, narrowly missing and the county good service.
shooting of the night before Carl Assigned to the next part we house. The class colors of pink,
Mrs Lovejoy, Mrs. Lee Sel- Contestants will be allowed to en-v the officers In but the --< --
Hitch and Thomas Dekle were Oavey one car, return find ,MIllS Pat Henry, who POHHOH- and green were carried out In the
fired upon from; ambush on the gert, Miss Belllsorls Mrs. Tyre, I ter only one contest. fire through the walls and ties a combination voice, ranging IWUVH\ QUICK HK.VTKSCi: : : stage orations. Gladioli and
Raiford-Lake Butler highway, a Mrs. Lacy of Florahotne, Mr. The two contests' will\ be staged windows routed him out and he attempted From the ridiculous to the sub calla miles were used In profusion i;
short distance from'Raiford, they Hutson: Mr. Tanner, Florahome, during the early portion of the to esoap to the nearby lime. By that we mean she handles Willie Chllds, colored plead Rev L. W. Klckllter made the ,
reporting the shot fired from the Dr. Z. Brantley, Mrs. George Neer evening and at the close ,of, the woods. Ha 'lfllcd eded In getting the blues songs and ballads the I guilty to attempting to use an au- opening prayer which was followed '
home of Tuck: Tomlin. Officers and others.,- Palatka Dally program old cracker dance will\ quite a dlatan. 'from the build- way they should be handled.No tomobile without consent of owner, by two piano solos: "Valse,"
were sent to the scene to surroundthe News, April 28th. be featured.. Plans are being Ing before a bullet caught him In show can be complete. with Saturday before County Judge (Durand) and "Spring Song"
made to have at least a portion of Gardiner and within 15 hours utter -
house but were kept at a distance the back 'piercing the lower partof out the vllllan, commonly called ', (Binding), by Miss Louise' Thede.
J>y occupants using a high Census Returns the program broadcast over the body. the bad man. They made the right the attempt was on his way to The (aspiring address was madeto
WJAX, the municipal radio sta- Gainey has figured In several es- the road gang In nerve a six
the
powered rifle Sheriff Brannen is choice when they placed this end seniors by Dr. J, W Nor-
tion at Jacksonville.The capades here, recently being under months term, In ciitault of payment dean of tho of
man, department
reported to- have gone to Lake But- CompletedHrooker of the performance In the bands
ler to secure warrants and duringhis Partly last big fiddlers contest was bond for his appearance before rff Harry Rogue a very versatileman of a fine of $100 and coots.Chllds education of the 'University of
held in Jacksonville four years ago attempted to steal the car
of the
circuit court on a charge Florida.
absence of nearly two hours who has the audience despising -
when Fiddlln Purcell of Columbia murder of Chelf of Police belonging to J. C. Robinson on
In attempted
those barricaded in the dwelling Shows Greatest Gain !: him one moment, then with his Two (llee Club numbers "Jun&'sThe
II..t rid i county, carried off the honors. Alvarez early Sunday mornIng the street Friday midnight and Tlmo For Hoses D'Lorah
made their escape, leaving Tom- Population of s baritone voice sings his way back ( )
: This was broadcast from March 16th when it Is alleged was nabbed by Night Officer C. C. "
lin behind to keep pursuers at bay. Reported.Mrs. program Into their hearts again. and "Atment, (tMetca"\O),
the studios of WJAX and the reception he fired at the officer with Parker, who landed him behind
The posse closed in and in an ex Without flash, style, pep and Two Hoe Club numbers wera
room at the studio was rifle the the shot the bars
streets,
change of shots Tomlin was Arthur Wood has completed a on personality, no show can be successful . then sung/ by the following girls:
wounded twice but not seriously. the enumeration of Starke, crowded to capacity on the nightof striking a bystander In the arm. and all these seem to be FIRM i. i : ,U.\U+I IUTI.Itl.U- : Miriam Jacobs, Evelyn Stump
Posses of citizens kept up the sending in the figures to the supervisor the contest. lie bad been released only a short wrapped up In the person of Ma- Lorena Green, Melba. Slfcox: Cleo
cash
in -
A prize list totaling $200 time before under bond
search for those thought implicated of census in South Jack- will be divided among the winning of carrying concealed on charges bel Mason\ who handles the In. A burning oil stove In the home ,Shepard Hazel: ) Adklns Lois Long j
In' the shooting throughout the sonville Wednesday. The Tele- weapons genue parts with that "I know just of Col. A. S. Crews Saturday afternoon Sunshine Hundley Palsy Ilrlns!>>n.
contestants.A and transporting liquor. During
day and night, one body going,to graph was unable to secure the returns admission charge is being I how to do'lt" way. We predict a called out the fire truck Its and Kitty Hogiied. '
small his stay in jail and before securing
the Whitehead home few minutes for this week but Leavitt great future ahead for Miss Mahle
a made for the contest to defray bond, Galney attempted suicideby services were not required as the The long ewa'tecl), event took)
after Sheriff Epperson left the has announced the following com- This does not apply to cutting bin throat with a broken In her chosen profession. blaze was extinguished before It place when Mr. A, J, Grime superintendent
expenses.
the
rene with Ben Andrews Friday plete returns for districts of the contestants as there Is no en- bottle. Next dashes out the warm at- arrived at the scene. of public Instruction
morning. Arms and tear gs county the balance to follow withIn fee. A percentage of the pro- . mosphere of a cold climate--the . for[ Bradford county delivered diplomas
bomb had been secured from the the next few"days: try will be donated to the Tuberculosis Schell sisters of Columbus Ohio.It IIU'LIT ('OUIT MOMMY to: Leila Dea Andrews,
state prison farm the day before Precinct 4, Graham' 324, as ceeds Association of Duval A I'J.H.TO LKAVIKLOWKIIH: Is evidently the desire! of the June Hullen, Lois Colley, Louise
for use by the. officers In case the compared with 322 on Jan. 1, Mason-Williams Company to always Spring term of circuit court for Hayes, Pearl Johnson Gertie
fugitives again barricaded them- 1920. 30 farms enumerated. County. t Mrs. Alice Jones spends considerable present a surprtite and we received Bradford county will convene Mont\ Johnson, Jeannette! Johns Halllft
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selves In a house. Precinct S, Hampton, 311, as lUUtTOIU HIGH SCHOOL time working on and beautifying It In the work of this super- day morning, 10 o'clock, with Jones Kstella: Kendrick Eva Mar-
With the four under arrest Friday compared with 286 on Jan. 1, F.M'ULTY 1030-81 TERM: the family burial plot with I clever sister team. When they Judge A. Z. Adkins presiding. cotto Iris Brown, Lena Belle Shepard
It was thought matters would 1920. 10 farms enumerated. lowers[ and shrubbery in Crosby sing they sing, and they seem tobe Thelma Silcox, Edna Stana-
Precinct 5, Hampton including cemetery and otherwise maintaining able to master the of their IllrtlisMr. .
quiet down In the Ralford section Superintendent Griffis announces taps bury, Leah Struth, Hazel Underhill -
but Friday night following reports Hampton city 669. as comparedwith selection of the faculty fopBrad- the lot in this city of the dead, foot work. The Schell sisters poe- ), Guy Andrews Charles LuclanKlckllter
that a mob was forming to burn 595 on Jan. 1, 1920.' 53 ford High School: for the 1930-31 and naturally Is hurt more than sess youth, beauty, personality and and Mrs Made Moore Wa. : Paul Knight Cornellui
the store and residence propertiesof farms enumerated. term as follows: she Is Indignant when her effortsare ability far above the ordinary teroak, April 28th, a daughter. Edwards, Lester Sponholtx Theodore -
Senator A. D. Andrews there Precinct 6, Theressa, 318 as Professor S. S. Cowling, Miss set at naught by trespassesrs laving the effect of giving the audIence Young and Hilda Sullivan\
and possibly do harm to Senator compared with 343 on Jan. 1, Florence Matthews, Mrs. T. T. who break and carry away what everything that could be expected ny J. Williams. who claims no honor Supt. Griffin also presented certificates r
Andrews should he return there as 1920. 46 farms enumerated. Long, Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, Miss they want. Mrs. Jones asks the of an act of this kind. In the marvellous way the en of promotion from 'the
planned. States Attorney Knight Precinct 1, New River,. 415, as Isabel Fernandez John A. Guy Telegraph to say that If these persons Then comes the boy with the peculiar tortalnmenta are put on, using his Junior High School to the Senior(
called Governor Carlton and requested compared with 336 on Jan. 1, !MUs Maude Mitchell, Mrs. B. Per- will come to her home she style 135 pounds of talentIn words, "You can always get tal High' School to. Mary Dronwle ,
him to call out a companyof 1920. 45 farms enumerated. kins, Miss Minnie Gruber, Miss will gladly give them flowers and the person of Dick Mason. To ent out of talented people." fir. Oratln Cooper Randolph Crosby, ur'
National Guardsmen. The local Precinct 8, Brooker, 962, as Eunice Perkins. Mrs. W H. hart cuttings, which, she hopes, will have a leading man that will appeal Williams seems more than pleased Lucile Edwards: Ina Forsyth, Hopelaynes Ft
company was held in readiness at compared with 697 on Jan. 1, MUs Gussle Mae Bennett, Miss make It unnecessary for, them to to the public, one must have with his assembled suet lie does Sunshine Hundley, John 1;
tho armory until 2 o'clock Satur- 1920. 108 farms enumerated.AtKATHKK Madge Mlddleton, Miss Ethel Grit- rob the graves of flowers youth, ability and clothing: with the principal comedy and works Inman, Louise Kelly Louise Mar-

day morning, until further: de- Bn; Mrs. H. C. hitch. Miss Es- Po knowledge of how to use them with great ease and proper enun cotta, Harry Supp One Mae Smith '
velopments made it clear their services : REPORT telle Davis Miss Olive Ray.IIOfRS HTAUT KKHl'ltFACINU! In thin Mr. Mason seems to be the ciation. Richard Smith, Margaret Williams '
properly filled perscrlptton. The company will close their and Thelma WIthrow.
would not be needed. Weeklng ending April 30, 1930. f
Trouble IW-lleved Over 81 56 OK :M.tlf.i CLOSING: Work on placing the slag for Every show must carry a black. engagement here Saturday night. The graduation exercises: were
With the chief troublemakersin Apr. 33 18 61 resurfacing road 13, Stark' to the face comedian, but very few travel- Hiving' an afternoon performance then brought to a close by the

custody, and with prospects of Apr. Z4 11 50 Through misunderstanding the Alachua county Hue will start lug these parts are fortinate taturday at 3 o'clock. They are benediction pronounced by Rev, L. r
them facing a long term in state Apr. 25 80 63Apr. hour of cloning of mall for the within the nut few days, according enough to have one that Is as funny ', well pleased with the patronage W, Klckllter.
prison for their activities in the Apr. 26 19 60 last afternoon mall was stated to Mr. T. I). Massey in charge I ae the vest-pocket edition of', received: here and will endeavor to M* MMBWVi 0 iH ___HB a r
Past States Attorney Knight Is 21 8-1 5:55/ : In the last \Issue when the of state road projects iff this MClon. minstrel Otto Holland. He knows make the remaining" nights of their Federal Government approved
not looking for any further out- Apr. 28 .30 correct time Is 638. Thai: first Contracts for slag and oil the darkey's dialect and handles It engagement.equally pleasing and plant> for construction of Dixie
Apr. :29 81 the In more than pleasing delightful to those who to Ilghway from Plymouth to Orlando t
breaks In the Ralford section, un- 19 81 closes at 2:10. second at 6-38 and were let at the last meeting of a manner come
30
Apr. mall at C state road department. Next: comes the director, John- the big tent. through Apopka.r .
the night .
week .30 Ins. .
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TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TEL>vGRArn. 8TAIIKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY. MAY 2ln3Q
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nAPTIST Nothing short of reduced expend- the state have profited much more his state in a patriotic way, as his WAKR&IKLOYFAVOKKD DISIso)

itures will actually reduce taxes. in the construction of state roads conscience dictates. If he does as : 11YDUSTING\VJo\l'.n't: :'

Sunday school at 10 a. m. Our "The proposal to levy a tax on than their contribution+ of com good Job as did the late E. Scott is ,\It\'I/b/ :

VN missionary offering last Sundaywas InUnglbiles Is, like other proposalsfor mon gas tax fund or their Just when he served without compensation -, -

' t over $12.00.Worship additional sources of tax most share in Its distribution, has been as chairman of the state road Watermelon anthracm ,

..ld 111. I at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. pernicious. urged as a reason that construction department purely because as he gummy stem blight are win(ani'

1, } Morning Subject: "Pentecost. should continue: until each said to me, I have made a reason- more damage than usual thi ]

Thy word iSlI Imp unto my feet, and a light unto my path.-Psalm 119:105.: B. Y. P. U. each Sunday at 7:30p. "In the first place, Intangiblesthat section has had its equitable share able success In this state and now son due to favorable wen> i!ii., ""a
are dlncrenable to the tax as- ,
m. of the fund; but we are now con : feel that I owe the state something dltions. 1>[. N. Walker, ,I. 'Li!? ',
All religious teaching, doctrine or sessors are composed in the main
W(rW turn lll1f7', illtiz. (creed if they are to have any claim Wednesday at 8 p. m., a mission of bank deposits and mortgages.A fronted with a situation of more in return, and I am happy to be plant pathologist at the Waler

upon the love, loyalty and devotion of the people must be !In harmony with study. All members of the Mls- tax on bank deposits would Importance than this sectional of this service, he will sound a melon Disease Laborator\ ,orat

the teachings of Jesus the Christ whose words fit I into every fold and crevice I jclonary Union urged to attend each the disappearance of quarrel. We need reduced taxes, new note at Tallahassee here, and a branch of tht i.ord-, |
simply mean
of the human heartl and of whom it was laid in John 7:46 "NEVER MAN study hour.No and In order to get the largest "Our tax problem has crept Experiment fetation! stated ,
!!
those deposits. We suffer now
SPAKE IS MAN. share of what we need immediately upon us almost unawares. We He advised that melon,
( from the fact that our bank fur- grow,
Sentence sermons: "Those who withdrawalof we should use our gas tax to have added to the tax burden era use a 20-80 copper llmt.
Tax Reduction rles have caused the dUll
I I are great in Ood's night are often so much money from circulation pay our debts for the Improve- straw by straw until we have add- as a measure against them troubles

SUNDAY SCHOOL unknown to the world" "We may It ments already constructed. After ed the last straw that broke the and that this be put n""j
Until has gone into hiding we ')
LESSON all be great in God's sight if we Expenses Cut say-but how many would let our taxes have been reduced by the camel's back. We must now unload weekly or 10 day Interval an BOOb'

I help others" their money stay In circulationand payment of debts, we can again the beast by discarding all expense as the plants begin to run Care
take construction and completean : not absolutely essential to should be taken to
up keep
'on MAV 4, UtIO "If Florida Is to be rapidly rehabilitated pay a tax on it? a .area

Subject': Promotion In the King HAKKTV OK TIn: GODLY her credit restored, "Money is not property In the equitable program. governmental functions, and per age at all times, especially 'on I the

lom. I and confidence In her future be- true sense of the word. It la a "Florida Is awakening as never mit it to rise: and advinrn. stems and runners, he added

Golden Text: The Son of Man Psalm 89:9.: Because thou last come general among Investors, the medium of exchange, a symbol by before on the tax question. The "We can have no prosperity! clearings. .-

f came not to be ministered unto, made the Lord, which l is my refuge next state legislature must actually which property values are stated. voters are finding out where pub without tax reduction and taxes In Florida for

but to minister and to give his even the Most High thy habitation do something of a constructive The property value of money is lic officials stand. Those with Insatiable cannot be reduced until expenditures March reached a high point for

life a ransom for many." Matt ; nature not simply generalize, moralize only the intrinsic value of the paper greed are coming out are reduced. We must cut 1930 and exceeded thong of any

20:28. 10. There shall no evil befall thee and then eventually increase upon which It Is printed. I boldly and advocating additional expenses." month since April 1929 according

Lesson Text: Matt. 20: 17.28. neither shall any plague come near expense and make things worse as have'in my possession quite a roll taxes, while taxpayers are bestir to figures complied by the slate

r Outline of Lesson: "((1) The thy dwelling. did the last legislature," writes I of Confederate money passed onto ring themselves to endeavor to TRA1K SCHEDULE chamber of commerce. The BeJea

parable of the laborers In the 11. For he shall give his angels B. Vance in the Arcadian of Arcadia. me by a father who was one of I I checkmate these moves. cities having clearing house annoclatlons -

f vineyard; (2) Jesus foretells his charge over thee to keep thee In Florida. Gen. Forrest's un-reconstructed "In the bankers' convention recently Our schedule changes 12:01: a. reported total clearing ot

'' crucifixion; (3)) The petition of all thy ways. "The last legislature had a golden rebels, but of what value is UTInstrlnslcally held, former Governor Har- m., Sunday, April 20th and trains $122,772.985.30. a gain of more

the mother of James and John.' 12. They shall bear thee up In opportunity, but we are all it Is as valuable as dee suggested a constitutional limit will run as tollows: than $16,000,000 over February

This lesson occurred In Peraea, I their bands, lest thou dash thy aware that it was sacrificed upon our present currency Its prop- upon the power of the legislature Local No.1, southbound, due when the total was $107,368,829
: the: alter of petty politics and value is certainly 52 and also well ahead
1 near Jericho as Jesus made his foot against a stone special erty as great-but to levy tax. Governor Hardee Starke 11:11: p. m. of Jan-

last trip to Jerusalem.The 13. Thou shalt tread upon the interests. It seemed to be no one would think of tryingto has had much experience at Talla- Local No. 11, southbound, due uary when clearings amounted I to

lion and adder; the young lion and the Idea of practically every member tax it. The government owns hassee and is acquainted with the Starke 1113; a. m. 11323381639.

last verse In Matt. 19, be- the dragon Shalt thou trample under with more than mediocre ability the property behind our money. Insatiable greed of those seeking Limited No. 107 southbound, -

longs to our lesson today "Many feet. that the Interests of the state I I "Mortgages are instruments of appropriations, more public offices due Starke 10:45: a. m. I More than 5000 persona heard

,; that are first shall be last; and the 14. Because he hath set his love I amounted to nothing so long as It credit, evidences of debt and the to fill, etc., and would set upa Limited 191 southbound due the first public night concert of

t last shall be firstJesus illustrated upon me, therefore will I deliver was posslblle to discredit some political property behind the mortgage is barrier over which even the most Starke, 10:36: p. m. the Bok tower Suncray'nlght witha
householder who employed
by the him: I will set him on high, because opponent."If now fuly taxed-too heavily tax- hungry politician could not go. Locals Northbound: full moon accentuating the brau.

j laborers who went to the ha hath known my name. new revenue is provided, no ed. The mortgage Is simply the His wisdom Is born of experience."On No. 2, due Starke 5:43 a. m. ty of the sanctuary. More than

fields at 6, 9, 12, 3 and 6 o'clockby 15. With long life will I satisfy matter from what source the evidence of the equity of another the other hand Comptroller No. 12, due Starke 3:05: m. 1100 cars were parked around the
p.
1 i our time. They worked respectively I will answer him: I will be with same) people must pay In another than the holder of the fee title in Amos, the only man in the Limited No. 108 due Starke base of Iron Mountain and the
,
: r 12, 9, 6, 3, and one him trouble form the additional tax. There and the lawn about the tower was .
In ; I will deliver him, to property. If mortgagesare state of Florida who had the Information 6:63: p. m.Starka crowded
1 hours. They expected so much per and honour him. can be no prosperity without a re- taxed then the property unfortunate -I and power to so controlour and Wannee Branch but the music of the bells, played .

houi the 12 hour man to receive 15. With long life will I stalsfy duction in taxes and taxes can-, enough to be covered by banks as to have prevented in No. 101 leaves Starke 7 m. No.: in a typical Florida night In.
a.
i twelve times much the one ,
r as as him, and show him my salvation. not be reduced until expendituresare a mortgage contributes double tax. many cases, the bank failures that 102 arrives spired a reverence and quietness
hour But for his work that 2:40: p. m. daily ex-
i. I' J man. Prayer: 0 thou who dost pledge reduced. New sources of rev The fee-owner pays the full tax have contributed so much to our cept Sunday, that was up usual.>
'C' I day each man received a penny, thyself to the protection of thy enue must necessarily increase expense I and the owner of the equity rep- financial distress spoke before the I *
T. J. Griffin agent. ,
'j equal to about 17 cents and then ,
children, come to our aid May and increased expense resented by the mortgage pays an bankers' convention advocatingnew I Lakeland Bids opened it

11 / worth about $1.75 of our money we be sure that we go to tbee, means Increased tax. What doesIt additional tax with the same prop- sources of revenue to tax. It llliie Bus Schedules I treasury for construction of new

" of today. But the twelve-hour yielding ourselves to thy control matter if I am relieved of tax erty bearing the burden. A tax would be Interesting to know Just post office building.
Southbound
9:37 'a. 11:37a.
workers complained of their employer : m.,
j" t' so that thou mayest fully 'shield out of one pocket if a similar or on mortgages Is simply an additional how much the expense of his office Jacksonville Building permits
m., 4:07: m., 6:37: m. 11-:
"Saying- These last have I p. p. ,
us Amen. greater; amount of tax is to be extracted tax on real estate in the has Increased I during his in 40 issued in city for first quar-
wrought but one hour and thou Itamembcr the Sabbath Day, to from another pocket last analysis and this fact is In- cumbency."In p. m. ter of year totals $775,736.
'r made them unto Northbound-4:60: a. m., 8:63:
bast equal us,
,
Kp It Holy-Exodua: 2O:8. no to "All candidates shout economy, escapable. contrast have the Madison Ice cream plant at
which have made them equal unto we example a. m., 1:63: p. m., 4.23 p. m., 8:23:
; Church Hun< which have borne the burden p. m.
us,
distinct[ idea as to where economy, find it difficult to recently
DAILY IIinLK SELECTIONS keep enough Tampa, who frankly and patrioti-
Tickets and information at
and heat of the day. But he answered -
and said May a, 1030 III to begin-certainly not among money in the state to meet our re- cally says that his court can well Smith's Service Station next to
", one of them ,
;; The Patience of Love-Charity its friends. Every fellow would quirements. Our rates of Interestare be dispensed with and that to courthouse.
Friend I do thee no wrong; didst
with for uffereth long and Is kind; charity like to cut expenses In the otherman's now too high, but can you perpetuate Its existence would be a J RUPERT
not thou agree me a .
) envleth not; charity vauntethnot territory, but increase themIn Imagine anyone paying a tax on a useless burden upon the taxpayersof
penny Take that thine is, and go itself is not puffed up Doth his own, with the result that loan without passing the said tax that county. We are sorely' in Ample justification the for-

thy way: I will give "unto this : not behave Itself unseemly, seek. trading begins and in the end the on to the borrower, either in the need of more men with the high mation of the Florida Citrus Grow Dentist

", last even as unto thee. eth not bar own Is not easily provoked much shouted economy program form of increased interest or a patriotic Ideals of Judge Hazard. ers Clearing House Association Is

From this parable we learn that thlnketh no evil: Rejolceth comes out of the legislative mill flat charge when the loan is madeT "Hlllsborough county has drafted afforded by the report of the sea- KEYSTONE HEIGHTS FLA.

God rewards his servants according with expenses and taxes actually If the law were to further and son's shipments and auction sales
not In inquity. but rejolceth In the go .a man for the senate, of whom
to th.. spirit in which they Increased. under the operation of the
truth; Beareth all things belIeveth limit the charges for loans so that, the Tribune says: This county will organi-
aerie him that is. "Quality counts all things hopeth all "The welfare of Florida de- in the opinion! of those with moneyto send to the next senate one of its zation. The showing made is due .

;S more than quantity." To most of things, endureth all things. 1 Cor mands that the next legislature be loan, said charges did not cover capable, sincere and substantial to the Clearing House auction

'r us It is also comforting to know 3:4-7.: composed also of men with suffl- all reasonable hazards, the expense business men, one who will giveto market operation it pro-rating of

that God appreciates those who Prayer: lent Intelligence to combat the of the loan, and a fair investment the county and state the qual- shipments its Improvement of

nerve in lowly places equally with O the wonderful possibilities of pernicious lobby that Is so strongly return then and in that ity' of service that the problemsand grade and pack and its increase In

those who hold higher wordly positions love, for God is love. entrenched at Tallahassee, and event outstanding loans would be responsibilities of the hour de- consumer demand through Intelli-

May 3, 10:10: with patriotism enough to sncrl- withdrawn as fast as they became mand. He has as his opponents gent advertising.
In God's view there Is little dif- Ice local greed to the good of the dne and there .
The Perpetuity of Love--And I would soon be practically In the primary the two men whose
ference between the governor of a now abldeth faith hope, charity, tate, and with a determination to no funds available to tide personal quarrel consumed much "'.., Can Sympathize' )I

,"'r atate and the janitor who cares for these three but the greatest of reduce the public payroll even men and business over temporary of the time of the last legislature; I've had the grip, the pip the gout Count: the

his mansion. these is charity.-1 Cor, 13:13.: though it affect his own friends. emergencies A tax on loans might that might have been used for the Lumjaw lockjaw, and phlebitis Cost NVW./
Then Jesus said to his disciples Prayer: "It is up to the voters to demand be Justifiable if funds available for good of the state.. 'But never suffered like I do

"Behold we go up to Jerusalem; May we dally partake more and that a candidate state specifically that purpose exceeded the demand, "This is a case of the office seek With backseatdriveritls.

and the Son of man shall be,betrayed more of that love which Is God and his program of economy, as wellas but certainly not under conditionsas ing the man and if he Is elected -Steven Stone Mill. INSURANCE ii the only commodity

unto the chief priests and abldeth forever pledge himself to the supportof they exist in Florida., he will go to Tallahassee with no which U needed cannot mOlt be purchased whenit

t unto the scribes, and they shall May 4, 10:1O: all measures to reduce expenses; "The fact that some sections of political debts to pay but to serves An Unpleasant subject
condemn him to death. And shall . ._ __ Don't wait for* fir* lo break out
Intelligent Prayer-What is it - n. - --- -- - --- - All of the functions of liCe
are not before you realize. tb... Count he
deliver him to the Gentiles to then I will pray with the spirit, o> i u\ pleasant to consider. Perhaps this is con of inadequate" insurance now
,, nock and to scourge and to cruci- and I will pray with the under why some mothers refuse to think that and be prepared!

fy him: and" the third day he shall standing also: I will sing the spirit 1 Lovely Lake Louise, Gem of the Canadian Rockies I fz' flesh such symptoms lack of aa restless sleep, loss of LM us _..,e.. tht pester
; appetite or itching
rise again. Jesus had previously -
apse vatuf at "*
and I will sing with the understanding 'I and fingers in their your property
,
foretold his death, but even now children can be nrommenrf he Mach and
also.-1 Cor. H : 16. 0I caused by round or pin worm& Many mourns of mturmntt yam
the disciples could not understand mothers a.d.HAROLD.
Prayer: have proven however that
]Ie-was to be arrested and tried by
Lord teach us to pray. few doses of White's Cream Vermifu -

the Jewish Court (Sannedrln) and May B, lOJIO: .- o.:.. that sure' and harmless wormexpellont C. WALL
condemned: but they had no authority will make these symptoms
Develop the Good-Brethren, be
to put him to death and disappear. You can get White Cream INSURANCE
the not children understanding; Vermifuge for 33 cents per bottle from
they must appeal to Ramans,
howbeit In malice be ye children
Canova
-Gentiles "To mock and to scourge but In understanding be men.- Pharmacy. STARKE FLORIDA

and to crucify him." 1 Cor. 14:20.: -----

Then came the mother of James
Prayer:
and John and asked that 1
they
L We, Lord would build our lives
might "Sit the one on thy right on Thee and grow dally. BY NO MEANS"ONE

t u' hand, and the other on the left. In May (1, 1OSO
thy kingdom." They still expected
Receiving and Giving-For I OF THE STANDARD.MAKES"
Jesus to establish
a worldly delivered unto you first of all that
kingdom and selfishly desired the which I also received how that The leading tire companies

,chief places. Christ died for our sins accordIng Li11.15. ,car are sometimes called "the

t "But Jesus answered and said, to the Scriptures; And that he big five"-their tires) "the
Ye know not what ask. Are standard "
ye was burled, and that he rose again make.
ye able to drink of the cup that I the third day according to theScriptures. We think this is a grand

;..t shall drink of, and to be baptized .-1 Cor 15:3: 4. "break" for the other four

:with the baptism that I am baptized Prayer: but something of a hardship

with? They say unto him, Glorious experiences: are ours In on Goodyear.The .

We are able." Thee 0 Thou living Christ. fact is, Goodyear

Most\ students of the Bible think' May 7, 103O builds MILLIONS MORE

James and John believed they Our Possibilities-Now If Christ tires than any other manu-

r "were able" to endure the sufferIngs be preached that he rose from the ..r O facturer. GO 0 DYE A It
to which Jesus referred and GAINED .
j dead, how say some among you THIS WOULD.LEADERSHIP
that their later lives that
proved
that there is no resurrection of the BY
they were. Jesus said to them deadT-1 Cor. 15:12. BUILDING TInES THAT

,f'To sit on my right hand, and on Prayer: ARE EMPHATICALLY:
left. Is not mine to give but It
my O Lord, our Lord, we live because AND CONSPICUOUSLY
rth shall be given to them for whom Thou are alive forevermore SUPER-STANDAHD I

H is prepared of my Father" :May H, 10.10 More people ride on Good-
lie that rewards in heaven
meant Christ Lives-For If the dead years because Goodyear
are not given to relatives, nor
rise not, then is not Christ raised. are BETTER tires to rideon
the ambitious nor selfish, but as And If Christ be not raised your s y, :x 1 e t tAW !
rewards for loyal humble faithful +tillra., ad ie
faith Is vain; ye are yet In your '' They are PROVABLY auperiorSUPERptandsrd-
t service. sins. -1 Cor. 15:16.: 17. -..".; !
Two students were entering the LAKE LOOKS.discriminating . a'.f A really 1UINJW4G !
ti 4 we
Prayer: ; \. f win show you win-
ministry "One said 'It I become a "
"We know and are persuaded because > > /. .fh new tire you ought before you buy. Low 1 930
preacher I shall aim at being a T\
Christ lives In us that our '' x/ prices, | on all types. Will
bishop. The other said 'It I become -
sins are forgiven. to see- you call-or shall w.?.
a preacher I shall strive to .

save aa many eouls'as possible.' I -,-...",,,' -.... """ ,",ill'ilIIiOiit.: .. r Glan;'' .STCV.NEAR. .

"And when the ten heard it, PRGHUYTKItlAX "ooJt'ia., LAKe' New HEAVY DUTY
AAV Snow AT IAKB AonaqWhen .
they were moved with indignation '
against the two brethren. But Services Sunday May 4, as follows 6&&jftfrAmIt
spring .Is well under way, one' people annually: for Th
Jesus called them unto him and : scenery In the vicinity of Lab
of the question uppermost to th* Its beauty U breath- klDa and worthy gives
said Whosoever will be great lOa. m. Sunday school J, M. minds of vacationist 1* bow when of traveling thousands of mile to LouU 1* rugged and Inspiring andthere you extra-style, extra-endurance extra

among you. let him be your minister Truby supt. and where to spend th* few well- ee*. In fact many vlaUtors to Lake are many: place to go and many mileage, at ordinary heavy duty price: *.
; and whosoever will be chief 11 a. m. !Morning worship, sermon turned week of rest after a year 01toll. LoulM arc content to sit on the versuUUUi thing to do. Pony riding over mountain

' among you let him be your ser by the pastor. Th eeaehot, the mountain, of the Chateau Lake Louts, trail., fishing In glacier-ted
vant. 7 p. m. Christian Kndeavor. tit* woods, each poeM an Individual for Hours at a time. witching the trm. expedition by motorbus
appeal and It I* sometime difficult ktlaldoecoplo flection of the laden over th* 44-nul scenic Baa<<-WID.
Today's Golden Text shows how Topic "How We May Find Our to decide upon one or th* other. and cloud In the
'i limpid depths of dinners Highway, swimming In the Ritch's Service Station
f Jesus Life Work.
set them an example. One of t.be moat delightful spotsIn the lake ItMU. Chateau's
c Paul says Moses "Had respect 8 p. m. Evening worship song North America, 1* Lake Low... gm Lake LOUIM 1* u. Ama ta, Canada, the diversion big of Pool modern dancing and all

i unto the recompense of the re- and sermon. of the Canadian Rockies, considered 4fl mile. from Banff, one of the best speed the hours and It ls. with civilisation STARKE, FLA.
ward," and in Matt. 5:12. Jesus Prayer meeting Wednesday: evening by many to be among the most perfect known rojrt* In the world S'tutted regret that the holiday-maker genuine I

says "Rejoice for great Is your at 7:30: mountain bit of jewel scenery, which In the lie:world.in a/TnU'_ on the the Canadian main transcontinental Pacific ]ln. of pack his things and depart, carry.
reward In heaven." But selfishness A cordial Invitation Railway, It I* Ing with him a never-fading mental
to all our ting of towering lacier-crowned n.roy.1b1e from I ERE TOO.. tn ,
aU <
point In M people
'
picture of
this
is severely condemned. services extended: to all. prrks, I* attraction, inure and mar ,tilt VnlMd State and CanadaTr ." SaID iMort th queen of moun v ang other KindPAGE








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flcatons! and merits of certain applicants a Republican masquerading as a master until such a time as you Democrats had a good man up for

for office and I stated the I Democrat; you will notice that the ran get the permanent appoint that office I not only voted for him

News of Florida in Short Paragraphs Lc72 I facts as to the fitness, characterand last one of these telegrams was ment." The next time we saw Mr. but worked for his election; manyof

oJEditor ability as I knew them to be sent February 14th, quite a little Chaney was when he came to see the dearest friends that I have

about these candidates. while after Mr Bullen made his. Flitch' Parks and Wiggins/ ; 1 was ever hail were Democrats, a man's)

It Is unfortunately true that MY. talk to Republican advisory, iomrpltten passing! Colonel Knight's office polltlcn are nothing to me, It Is

Skipper did jecommend mon fo- in behalf of Republican some one called to me from the his character that makes me love

LIVE STATE NEWS : Bradford County Telcgaph, various. offices who the writer candidate Parks. hotel, asking me to come over, it him or despise him.

Starke Florida. thinks are mentally incompetent You. M.Editor, have already was Mr. Chaney.; he wanted me Yours for clean government regardless -

Dear Sir: wholly unfitted men who tailed advised that no examinations are to tell Mrs. Young how sorry he of party name.

We note your editorial with reference miserably In their own business. hold for second class post offices was that the civil service commission H. H Young. ,

to application of sales tax and the gentleman you refer to I III but you failed to elucidate, for had sel'lftt to reject Mrs. -. .

I TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES to the reduction of county taxes. one roan and whftt would you Mr Bnllen'a benefit, that every Young's candidacy. I suggestedthat lion. Robert A. Green,

I .. We are enclosing you, herewith, think about Mr. Grace handling applicant is compelled to make I he tell her himself as she U. S. Ibmsoof Representatives
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Antlcch copy of tho bill which we are ad- for this government funds approximating out his own application and tell had not thrown up her hands He Washington, D. ('.
Palatka A plant for the canning The bullet riddled vocating, and from this you will : as high as ten million and the truth and nothing but the mild he had Rome engagements; but

of new, small potatoes open- body of Joseph Hodaz, 45, soughtfor see that 50 per cent of the total some years as high as twenty million truth, unpleasant as It may be. he could ask the people to wait a Dear Mr. Green:
amount collected annually? Would want to concerning his her activities In few minutes lie asked the landlady
at East Palatka. Thepinnt the bombing of or $10,00",000 you or
today a Tampa resi- I
,
d am enclosing of
Is paid back to the counties d rest endorse such a man to such a re- the past, and giving good and sufficient to tell anyone inquiring for copy regulations -
has a dally capacity of 2,000<) dence, was found hanging from a him that hd would<< be back In len governing loans to farmer
and In addition 15 per rent or $3,. eponsible position? reasons for seeking the appointment -
I,'OKes or two carloads. Erection: of i tree on the edge of a forest near 000,000 comes back to the counties It you wish to line yourself up x minutes Mrs. Young told him that for sued, feed, and fertilizer, out
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here. aha that If Investigation of the appropriation for the purpose -
Coroner's physicians could was sure an -
other, plants In the Hastings-Pa.- as pro rated by the state with misfits of this character ana For Mr. Bullen's Information:
Included
not determine whether was held In Starke and each In the Deficiency Act
ll.i'ka,' potato belt is planned. Hodaz school board, making; a total of If this Is your concept of service Dlrrelle Chaney special representative
died from strangulation or from candidate make out his up plication approved March 28. I am also
65 per cent or $13,000,000 which In government, you have my syln of the postmaster general,
The planting of the bullets which may have been In plain view of the Inve tllla- sending copy of a circular contain-
"restvlew -
would be returned to the counties pathy. came to our house a week utter
fired after the victim dead. tors that the verrtlct, would be roverued. ing the answers to numerous questions -
( trees along the main street was This
would
amount reduce
palm county Yours very truly, !Mr. Hull was burled. I answeredthe "
Sheriff R. declared'he Mr. Chaney Informed her frequently asked about these
I In front of several Crestview buslI Joughlln taxes 30 per cent to 50 per cent In W. J. Howey. door, he Inquired If I was Mr. seed loans.
I houses has been coincident, : would begin an Investigation- a county like which Is not CC that the civil service commissionhud This latter circular
ness yours : Bradford County Telegraph. Young, I acknowledged that I was; and the
I with the setting of many and beautiful the lynching. The body was tak- excessively bonded It would prob- ho handed me hit credentials and never been known to reversea various blanks are now

I palms of various varieties onseveral en to Tampa. ably be nearer the 50 per cent. Starke, Fla.. Apr. 23, 1930 said that he had come to see !Mrs. to tlnelrtlon talk about, There BO wnxn't he only anything stayed! em'being Sent distributed Loan" Office from at the Columbia Farm-
home sites in the more outlying Wo note also your editorial Young:, concerning the pout olllce
Mr. J. C. Robinson, about three minutes. Fortunatelywo S. C., to the counties In which our
| | districts., Tampa Raymond Mathews, with reference to the tax on lIq-I Managing Editor, appointment, I Informed him Indicate
reports that there Is need
convicted recently of second degree lived clean wholesome lives all
UOl' that she was out but I was expecting
Bradford County Telegraph, for loans. The
office at Columbiala
murder the way through and have some
Orlando-Destruction of plants today was sentencedto We submit that the retail gross Starke, Florida, her return at any minute and
influential friends In the fully organized, with experienced -
I and trees which normally produce 20 years at hard labor. He was Sales tax Is the only tax anybodyhas Dear Sir: asked him to come In. lie told very
north and In both houses of congress personnel, and Is preparedto
Indicted first
on a degree murder
hoststo
fruit or vegetables that are proposed which will that he'd made Inquiries
get money The letter written to the Pinel- me some give Immediate .
service to
applicants -
and the telegraph
Mediterranean fruit fly willno charge following the death last ; company
the out of bootleggers for taxes. among the business men as to who
las Republican by Mr. Bullen, was, for loans
on receipt of theircompleted
profited thereby. The rest is
longer be required by the regulations November of Oscar G. Crawford, Some selfish interests are tryIng as you stated, "suulrlently interesting they wanted for postmaster end
I of the United States plant aged laborer, formerly of Savannah to .misrepresent the sales tax they almost unanimously asked known to you. Mr. Chaney had alllllll'8110ns.Ve shallbe
to be published In full, but glad to have refer
nothing whatever to do with the you inquiries
and control admlntsi Ga., and May port, Fla. lie "
quarantine being another tax and that Mrs. be
as "just Young appointed
In a sense It was not quite fair to Investigation; he hud given the regarding these loans to the ,,
had been convicted robbery
on a
i ra tlon. in answer to this we wish you him as some of the statements he without regard to party affiliation matter up.Congressman. fruimen. Seed Loan Office at Columbia -
Indictment in Volusia In
county would refer to Section 18 the Mrs. In whilewe
of made might have been construed Young came S. C.
,
thereby saving delay

Beach Tamlaml oil 1921, served eight years and pa- ; Alexis Green, Is
Miami enclosed bill and see if you can as false instead of a little carelessness were talking and was introduced County extension
agent. are
well should be ready for a test roled. Early this week the pa- think of any stronger language; In In getting the facts to to Mr. Chaney. who was a man enough as you will note In his being1 advised
fully
as are also the
| between 24 and 48 hours, according role was revoked and he must which we can couch that paragraph substantiate the speculative theories perfect gentleman in every respect, telegram of Feb. 14th, to acknowledge county committees appointed to

to J. 8. Whitlock, geogollst, serve the remaining two years, and make It more positive evolved In a busy brain. a well educated and pleasant that he was fairly' beaten. i
on applications for loans
j today. Drilling of at least three making his total time 22 years, that It la a substitute for other The meeting of "White HepubI spoken man. In the course of the Mi Bullen, Is so meticulously full pass Information will be published, and
I new wells was reported In contemplation state authorities said. conversation I mentioned that, careful In his handling of the
taxes and not "Jiint another tax. \\I anN" that selected J. J. Bullen In the local uewaimpers.
today, one by the East I Yours very truly, aa county chairman was a secret while we came from Chicago, we truth that he should really acquaint -

Coast Oil and Natural Gas Co, St. Augustine Marlon Bain, Florida Taxpayers Relief Asso, meeting held at the house of W. B were both born In Indiana. He was himself better with the Very truly yours,
'I 16, of DeLand, is In a local hospital facts before he makes rash state (Burned) : c. W. Warburton,
which has a well down to 2900 By J, J. Logan, VicePres.HoweyIntheHllte Parks, Jan. 2nd, at 8 p. m. and Interested at once and asked what
feet at South Miami.Tallahassee with a bullet wound In the was attended by three Republicans part of Indiana Mrs Young was ments lest he be misjudged and Director of Extension Work.

shoulder, and Henry Bain, 18, his Fla. and four Democrats, the Republicans born In. When she told him Log- classed as eligible; to'a membership
Frank E. Harrison brother is In the county jail as in a certain club with whichwe
April 24th, 1930.Dr were J. J. Bullen. Rev anaport, he asked what her maiden
local traffic expert, said he the result of an attempt to hold up I J. J. Bullen, Dunham and a man by the name name had been been She told him are all familiar as Its orIgi- STBHL COURTNEY '

was advised today by the Georgia G. F. Pratt, toll collector on the Starke. Fla. of Shiver from Hamilton county und he said: "That Is all the recommendation nator wan a biblical character IYapltI "N

department of agriculture that Mantanzas river bridge last night. Dear Dr Bullen: Mr. Dunham asked that his you need, I was not I have been a Republican ever AndHKUIITKIIKII q'

the railroads had decided to aban- Pratt said he was awakened at I am In receipt of a copy of the name be stricken from the recordsof far from Logunsport and know of since I was old enough to vote butI KNIM1H: llltOKIOli MKtl:

don a proposed Increase in freight midnight to see a masked youth I Bradford County Telegraph, which this meeting the next morning, your people; fine Influential people can truly say that 1 never voted Starke Fla.

rates on watermelons for the' com- pointing a pistol at him. lie said someone sent the writer, quoting when he learned that it was not a , I can conscientiously ask for for a rascal because he claimed allegiance ,

ing melon shipping season. The he turned off the toll house lights I I you as having written an article regular meeting, he had been selected your appointment as acting post- to that party. If the 4
carriers several months and fired at the intrduder. The
ago announced published In some other paper. na Secretary, and he recalls --
that Increases to 32 1-2 youth and a companion fled, Pratt The moving spirit of your article that nothing was said about Mr.

per cent of the first class rate said. Henry was arrested this seems to have the same motive Bullen going to Tampa to attenda

would be made on melon shipments morning by Sheriff E. E. Boyce that actuates a young boy who Republican meeting on the following -

| resulting in some instancesIn after he was overheard telephoning likes to tie tin cans to a dog's tailor Saturday. 4

an increase of 100 per cent. relatives in DeLand. The whose greatest delight Is reached Another statement that Mr. Bui-

------ ---------- -- when he can bring about dogfight
a len made, that he wished to attend -
the Tampa meeting to speakIn liStartsMonday ru
Our president has rightfully
Kit h behalf of the only Republican
; e ,e How to PlayBRIDGE stated that the primary object of applicant who had passed the civil

government lies In service effic service examination for the po t.

t1II///////"k// > lency In departments.You mastership of Starke. May 5th to May 12thCohen's
seem to be very much aggrieved -I I am enclosing copies of three

that the writer did not telegrams from Congressman Alexis _
'
S eA i start a dog fight when Mr. Grace Green that will fully refute

eries 1929-30 by intimated that the writer prevented this claim that W. B. Parks wasa

the appointment of some men Republican.
Wynne Ferguson
?: to office who had been endorsedby Washington D. C. Dec. 7, 1029, Famous Annual
4 Author "PRACTICAZ. AUCTION 9RIDGR'Copydabt,1999 Mr. Skipper, 12:24: p. m.

It is true that Washington had lion. Paul M Pope,
.by Hoyle Jt\ asked the writer about the quail- Member Republican Advisory

Committee,
ARTICLE No. 19
wounded brother was arrested later racksonvllle, Florida.

A friend of mine invited me to playat Z led the ace of hearts and followed near the bridge. Doctor W B. Parks Is one of

his home the other night and asked with the seven, thus allowing D, who the three ellglblles for appoint-
me to criticize any mistakes of biddingor held three hearts to the queen to wina Plant City Explosion of a ment postmaster Starke stop I CLUERIBBON
play that he might make. Here heart trick.
three are The proper opening for, dynamite bomb at the home of J. shall appreciate It If you will recommend
criticisms that were made that my friend, Z, to have made was the "
should benefit all players: trey of hearts. As Y held the K, J 10 J. Waller near here early this his appointment
9, 2.. he would have played the king morning probably fatally Injured R. A. Green,
Criticism No. 1 on the first trick and led back the jack.: Mm. Waller, wrecked the back Member of Congress.
No matter what B then did, he could porch of the house and revealeda I Jacksonville 12:44: p. m.

.(",4 t Y tto not have won a heart trick. well planned plot to wipe out two Exact:: CopyWashlnl'toll. )
Bss Remember this for it
Z : very frequently. When play you hold comes threeto up families with explosives. The bomb D, C., Dec. 11, 1929.C .

\ an honor of your partner's suit and with fuse attached to the back A. Futch,
Hearts-7,5 the no trump bidder is to your right, door of the Waller home was setoff Starke Florida.
Clubs-A, 9, 8, 5 "; open low. The same rule holds true incase about 6 o'clock when Mrs. Wal- Relative to Starke poHtmaster- If

Diamonds- K, Q 10, 9, 7 hold four or more, although ler opened the door. She was ship I have submitted good character -
Spades-8, 4 you should open fourth- knocked unconscious, horribly recommendations for all
best. A low opening, therefore In this
No score, first game. Z dealt andnl'Tertly position should indicate either four or mangled. Bits of heavy Iron laic three applicants. Post office department
< bid one diamond. A passed more or three to an honor. with the dynamite In the box refused absolutely to
and Y bid one no trump. B passed and The only exception to this rule occurs struck her and brought down the permit me to make any farther SALlE
7. bid two diamonds. All passed and when the opener has two or more porch about her head. So seriously suggestions and said that the ap-
Y Z made three diamonds. As they honor.in sequence of his partner's suit. was Mrs. Waller injured that pointment positively would be
also could have made three no trumps I In that case,he should open the highest ,
I asked my friend, Z, why he rebid his honor. In cane he holds only two in the her left leg was amputatted laterat made upon the recommendation of
diamonds. suit, one of which is an honor, he a hospital here and little hope Florida Republican advisory com
Ilis answer was that as he didn't should open the honor. If the opponent wall held for her recovery mittee and upon this alone and
have the ace of diamonds, he thought who raises the no trump bid, after that I could have no voice in the
he ought to warn his partner of that artner'a suit bid is on the leader's Tallahassee Efforts of T. R. matter. The man obtaining the 7 Prize-Winning DaysYear
fact by a rebid. I pointed out to him left, then the top honor should be led,
Hodges of Tallahassee, to collect endorsement of Florida advisory
that an original suit bid shows two irrespective of number
quick tricks, one of which must be in more than 11,000 from the state of committee will be appointed. Although -
the suit bid. Quick tricks do not indicate Criticism No. 3 Florida as alleged back salary due all eligible are DemocratsI
aces, but merely that the biddercan The opponents of my friend, Z, hadbid him as state shell fish commissioner postlvely hay no say In the mat after year thousands of thrifty shoppers within a radius of one fi'

win these trick., either on the first three spades and he held a very failed today when Circuit ter. This I..* strictly Republican hundred miles of Jacksonville, wait for this mighty selling event. It
or second round of the suit. good hand one with which he felt
Judge E. C. Love denied Hodges' patronage Affair and I positively
I In the hand specified, Z held the acef In is the one big sale that dramatically sets the standard for value-giving.
five triccks.uAlthougghttherewas for writ not more authority
possibly application a peremptory am given
<> club., a winner oa the first round,
and the king queen of diamonds a no score, he doubled the three<< of mandamus to compel Comptroller same than any other Democraticvoter.
"..winner on the second round, so that pade bid and the opponent.Just made Ernest Amos to pay him the The matter will be settled Thousands of dollars worth of new, wanted merchandise from every

his original bid of one diamond was aRound the bid, thus scoring a game they money. Hodges' claim was for there by the Florida Republican department of the "Big Store" will be offered at tremendous savings
bid. When a bid is sound, there couldn't have nude except for the period between January 1, when advisory committee and not here.
i it no need to rebid to warn partner. Z's double. J pointed out to him the distinction Governor Doyle E. Carlton displaced While this In regrettable It is nevertheless during Blue Ribbon Sale. This is your opportunity to fill every need
bid of two diamonds was an incorrect between a free and a forced:
and unnecessary bid.Criticism. double.A him as shell fish commissioner true. and save money!
free double is a double of a bid with another appointment R. A. Green

No. :2lieartsA that would score game, if made, irrespective ''to the office, and March 5, the date Member of Congress.
of the double. For example 'of the expiration of a commission Starke, Florida, 2:10: p. m. Be sure to read Sunday's Times-Union for details or ask for the spe

J Y : the double of a three spade bid if thepponents given him by former Governor (Complete copy of original message. ciao) Blue Ribbon Circular. Plan now to come early Monday.
have a score of ten or more
: A B :
John W. Martin Hodges alleged; .)
Z towards game.A
; ; forced double on the other hand bat he was due the salary of shell Washington.( D. C., 4 p. m. Feb.

7,3 i. a double of a bid that will enable the fish commissioner until the expiration 16, 1930.
Clubs-J, IO,4Z: opponents to score game if they make of the Martin commission. Mr. Jeannetle C, Young, We Will Not Be UndersoldMail
Diamonds-9, 7 the double. For example, the doubleof Starke Florida.
'" three spades, if there is no score, will With the Civil service commission advised
Wauchula shipmentof Orders For obvious stares Park Your
Spade.-K,10,4,3 rtatoni torn
and enable the bidden to. score game if they may attempt
carloads of cucumbers dur- that the three eligible certl-
16 me
Lid one no trump. Z-passed and A bid make their bid. and to underlet] nt oa Blue Ribbon itemi. W. guarantee Car Gratis,
two diamonds. Y bid two hearts and The rule to follow in such cases is to lug tho past five shipping days, tied to the postmaster general to
nand pawed. A bid three diamonds.V nuke free double when you have a the vegetable market here Is showing ,day for postmaster at Starke, are Pfmne Orders that It any Blue Ribbon Sale items be 01Cohen Garage ?

passed, B bid three no trumps and good chance to defeat the bid, but considerable activity. Price I C. A. Futch, H. B. Wiggins and Promptly fared for !less elsewhere l these Items will be sold Julia and
'M poised. What is Z'. proper opening make forced doubles only when certain are very encouraging. Cucumbers yourself. My efforts all along have Filled S
lead to defeat the bid. Democrat for fill lower regardless of oar advertised price. OrangeStreets.
postmas
been for a
here
sold as high as $6 a crate Call 5.5800
Problem No. 18 Wednesday, with fancy. bringing ter at Starke. bat I concede that ,

'5 to $6 a crate and choice a dollar you have won the fight and wantto
K
Hearts- J,9Club.4i Ie.... Tomatoes were selling for assure yolt"'or my co-operation!

Diamonds K, 10 from $::1 to $5 a crate yellow to the end that all Starke patrons <
Spades-none quash at 14 and whites at $2.50; receive the very best service nJlLotb r'

'!"arts_Q, 10, 8, 7 Hearts Clubtl-J,9,2-none beans at 13: peppers! and potatoes'' R. A. Green,
'mule -10, 8.6 s Y f at S2 each. About 50 cars of I t Member of Congress.

iiamondsnone ipades-none. :: A Z B I s Spades Diamonds-Q,9-A vegetables; have left this county :' (Complete! copy of original tele-

this season, with tomato packing gram.)
'I -
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Jll'Ilrt.-6 just getting under way this week. "!.et": wan. pulling every wire : Jacksonville, Florida

Club K'::, Q. 7 Large shipments are also being possible to have a Democrat by the
Diamond- 6, 4 of W. B. appointed Blue Ribbon Sale Starts 5th and Ends
made dally, by express and peddlers name Parks Monday, May Monday, May 12thnIUDFORD
$_:.-K I are hauling away a postmaster at Starke, and "Lax"

If ipade. are Z is in the lead how call Y Z wU sU of the seven lof produce each day, It Is e.tlmat.1 Is too astute a politician to have e.
the wool pulled over his eyes by
Viiks stint any dense? Solution in the nest article. ed.

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TWO BRADFORD COCJfTY TEMBORAPir. 8TARKK FLORIDA FRIDAY 1I1.\y 2, IGIIt

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HAPTIST Nothing short of reduced expend- the state have profited much more his state in a patriotic way, as his 1VARR&IELOV: DISEAKKs: ---

:;;: : itures will actually reduce taxes. In the construction of state roads conscience dictates. If he does as FAVORED; BY WR\Tlltlt;

if Sunday school at 10 a. m. Our "The proposal to levy a tax on than their contribution of com- good job as did the late E. Scott, DUSTING IS ,lbtU"0

mJte'&J missionary offering last Sunday Int&nglblles is, like other proposals mon gas tax fund or their lust when he served without compensation :--

: was over $12.00.Worship for additional sources of tax, most share In Its distribution, has been as chairman of the state road Watermelon anthrarm.

:: t : I I at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. pernicious urged as a reason that construc- department purely because, as he gummy stem blight are ..J111!

Morning Subject: "Pentecost." tion should continue: until each said to me I have made a reason- more damage than usual M,,, '
Thy word is a lamp unto my feet, ind alight unto my path.-Pulm 119105.: 1 B. Y. P. U each Sunday at 7:30 "In the first place Intangibles section has had its equitable shareof able success in this state, and now son due to favorable wean,, *a.ditlons. .
thai are discrenable to the tax as- r "
p. the fund; but we are now confronted feel that I owe the state somethingin 1\(. N. Walker .., ., '-
All religious teaching doctrine or the mainof 'OCI8
sessors are composed In
rT11wt.::RI: licit'ref ill"'''' 44% .J. creed, if they are to have any claim m.Wednesday at 8 p. m., a mlsulon bank deposits and mortgages.A with a situation of more return, and I am happy to be plant pathologist at th, \Valp

upon the love, loyalty and devotion of the people, must be in harmony with study. All members of the MIs- tax on bank deposits would Importance than this sectional of this service, he will sound a melon Disease Laboratoi ',',call'1!!

the teachings of Jesus the Christ whose words fit Into every fold and creviceof t clonary! Union urged to attend each of quarrel. We need reduced taxes, new note at Tallahassee here, ant! a branch of t ih,, )w !
the human of whom it said in John 7:46 "NEVER MAN simply mean the disappearance has crept tot at.!'on orlda
heartland was study hour. and in order to get the largest "Our tax problem Experiment stated
those We suffer now
deposits.
SPAKE share of what we need immediately upon us almost unawares. We Ha advised that melon) ,
from the fact that our bank fur- grow
Sentence sermons: "Those who we should use our gas tax to have added to the tax burden era use a 20-80 copper limi
No Tax Reduction rles have caused the withdrawalof du
I are great in God's sight are often so much money from circulation pay our debts for the Improve- straw by straw until we have add- as a measure against the. lroil?

SUNDAY SCHOOL unknown to the world." "We may ments already constructed. After ed the last straw that broke the lee, and that this be put "
-It has gone Into hiding we ?,
LESSON all be great In God's sight If we Until Expenses Cut say-but how many would let our taxes have been reduced by the camel's back. We must now unload weekly or 10 day Interval). ,u, acne st'

I help others." their money stay in circulationand I payment of debts we can again the beast by discarding all expense as the plant begin to run Cap

take construction and complete not absolutely essential to should be taken to keep
FOIl M\V 4, HMO: "It Florida Is to be rapidly re- pay a tax on its up B <'o'ft.

Subject': Promotion In the King- SAFETY OF TUB GODLY habilitated her credit restored, "Money is not property in the an equitable program. governmental functions, and per- age at all times, especially ,'DO the]
I
dom. 'and confidence In her future become true sense of the word. It Is a "Florida Is awakening as never mit it to rise and advance. stems and runners, he added! ,

Golden Text: The Son of Man Psalm 89:9.: Because thou last I general among Investors, the medium, of exchange a symbol by before on the tax question. The "We can have no prosperity --

a came not to be ministered made the Lord, which Is my re- next state legislature must actually which property values are stated. voters are finding out where pub- without tax reduction, aqd taxes Bank clearings In Florid for

but to minister, and to unto'j fuge, even the Most High, thy hab- do something of a constructive The property value of money' Is lic officials stand. Those with insatiable cannot be reduced until expenditures -' March reached a high point for

life a ransom for many." itation; r nature, not simply generalize, mor- only the Intrinsic value of the pa- greed are coming out ; are reduced. We must cut 1930 and exceeded those of any

1 f 20:28.: I 10. There shall' no evil befall thee alize, and then eventually increase per upon which it is printed. I boldly and advocating additiOnal expenses." month since April, 1929, acwdin

d t Lesson 'rext: Matt. 201728.: neither shall any plague come near expense and make things worse, as have' In my possession quite a roll taxes while taxpayers are bestir-] -- to figures compiled by the state

9 Outline of Lesson: "((1)) The thy dwelling. did the last legislature," writes of Confederate money, passed onto ring themselves to endeavor to TRAIN SCHKDULH chamber of commerce. Tlu sever

parable of the laborers In the 11 For he shall give his angels n. Vance in the Arcadian, of Arcadia me by a father who was one of I checkmate these moves. cities having clearing house awo-

vineyard; ((2) Jesus foretells his charge over thee, to keep thee in Florida. Oen. Forrest's un-reconstructed "In the bankers' convention recently Our schedule changes 12:01: a. ciatlons reported total clearings of

; b crucifixion; ((3) The petition of all thy ways. "The last legislature had a golden rebels, but of what value is It? held, former Governor liar m., Sunday, April 20th and trains $122.772,985.30. a gain of more

the mother of James and John. 12. They shalt bear thee up In opportunity, but we are all tnstrlnslcaliy it Is as valuable as dee suggested a constitutional limit will run as follows: than $15,000,000 over February

i This lesson occurred in Peraea, their hands, lest thou dash thy aware that it was sacrificed upon our present currency. its prop- upon the power of the legislature Local No. 1, southbound, due when the total was $107,368,829.

Jericho Jesus made his foot against a stone.. the alter of petty politics and special erty value is as great-but certainly to levy tax. Governor Hardee Starke, 11:11 p. m. 62 and also well ahead ot Jan.
as
last near trip to Jerusalem. 13. Thou shalt tread upon the Interests. It seemed to be no one would think of tryingto has had much experience at Talla- Local No. 11, southbound, due uary, when clearings amounted in

1 lion and adder; the young lion and the idea of practically every mem- tax it. The government owns hassee and is acquainted with the Starke, 11:13 a. m. $113,233,815.39.

The last verse In Matt. 19, be the dragon shalt thou trample under ber with more than mediocre abil- the property behind our money Insatiable greed of those seeking Limited No. 107 southbound 6000 -

longs to our lesson today, "Many feet. ity that the Interests of the state I "Mortgages are Instruments of appropriations, more public ol(- due Starke, 10:46: a. m. More than persona heart

I 11:: that are first shall be last; and the 14. Because he hath set his love amounted to nothing so long as it credit, evidences of debt, and the flees to fill, etc., and would set upa Limited 191 southbound, due the first public night concert of

'I' last shall be first. Jesus \Illustrated upon me, therefore will I deliver was posslbtle to discredit some political property behind the mortgage Is barrier over which even the most Slarke 10:36 p. m. the Bok tower Sunday night with

l r ) by the householder who em- opponent. now fuly taxed-too heavily tax- a full moon accentuating the beauty
him: I will set him on high, be- hungry politician could not go. Locals Northbound:
ployed laborers who went to the I "If new revenue is provided no ed. The is the of the sanctuary, More
, cause he hath, known my name. mortgage simply His wisdom is born of experience. No. 2, due Starke, 6:43: a. m. than
fields at 8, 9, 12. 3 and 5 o'clock matter from what source, the evidence of the equity of another 1100 cars were parked around
' I j 15. With long life will I satisfy "On the other hand, Comptroller No. 12, due Starke, 3:05: p. m. the
;c by our time. They worked respectively I will answer him: I will be with name people must pay, in another than the holder of the fee title in Amos, the only man in the Limited No. 108 due Starke, base of Iron Mountain and the
d l 12, 9, 6, 3, and one form, the additional tax. Therecan and to the If lawn about the tower was
II, him In trouble; I will deliver him, property. mortgagesare state of Florida who had the Information 5:53: p. m.Starke crowded
1 bourn They expected so much per and honour him. be no prosperity without a reduction -' taxed then the property unfortunate and power to so controlour and Wannee Branch: but the music of the bells, play.

1 4 haul, the 12 hour man to receive in taxes and taxes can-' be covered ,, ed in a typical Florida night .
15. With long life will I stalsfy enough to by banks as to have prevented in No. 101 leaves Starke 7 a. m., No. inspired

J. , twelve times as much as the one him, and show him'my' salvation. not be reduced until expenditures a mortgage contributes double tax. many cases, the bank failures that 102 arrives 2:40: p. m. dally except a reverence and quletneni
hour man. But for his work that are reduced. New sources of rev- The fee-owner the full tax that was !.
Prayer: 0 thou who dost pledge pays have contributed so much to our Sunday. upusua .
r 34 IIday/ each man received a penny, enue must necessarily Increase expense and the of the .
thyself to the protection of thy owner equity rep- financial distress, spoke before the T. J. Griffin agent.
,
, ? t equal to about 17 cents and then children, come to our aid. May and Increased expense resented by the mortgage pays an bankers' convention advocatingnew Lakeland Bids opened at

4'1: worth about $1.76 of our money we be sure that we go to thee, means Increased tax. What doesIt additional tax, with the same prop- sources of revenue to tax. It Ill no Bus Schedules treasury for construction of new

1 ?"c of today. But the twelve-hour yielding ourselves to thy control, matter if I am relieved of tax erty bearing the burden. A tax would be interesting to know just Southbound-9:37: a. m., 11:37a. : post office building.
workers of their
complained em- so that thou mayest fully 'shieldus. out of one pocket if a similar or on mortgages is simply an addi- how much the expense of his of- Jacksonville Building per.
; m., 4:07 p. m., 6:37: p. m., 11-:
ployer, "Saying, These last have Amen. greater amount of tax is to be extracted tional tax on real estate, in the Ace has increased'' during his In- 40 m.- mils Issued In city for first quar

He '' wrought but one hour, and thou Remember the Sabbath Day, to from another pocket? last analysis, and this fact Is In- cumbency."In Northbound p. ter of year totals $775,730.
-4:50: a. m., 8:53:
hast made them equal unto us, Kwp: It Holy-KxodiM SO:8. (10 to "All candidates shout economy. escapable. contrast, we have the example Madison Ice cream plant at
a. in., 1:53: p. m., 4.23 p. m., 8:23p. :
which have made them equal unto
Church Sunday but each one has a separate and "Florida is a debtor state. We of Judge Julian Hazard, of Dixie Creamery started operation
m.
us, which have borne the burden distinct idea as to where find it difficult recently.
DAILY DIIILK SELECTIONSMay economy to keep enough Tampa, who frankly and patrioti-! Tickets and Information at
and heat of the day. But he an- III to begin-certainly not in the state to ,
among meet
2 1030 money our re cally says that his court can well
,
Smith's Service Station, :next to
swered of them and said
one his friends. Every fellow would Our ratess of Interestare
quirements. be
The Patience of Love-Charity dispensed with and that to courthouse. ,
t p Friend, I do thee no wrong; didst suffereth long, and l is kind; char like to cut expenses In the otherman's now too high, but can you perpetuate its existence would be a J RUPERT
not thou with for
me a
agree ity envleth not; charity vauntethnot territory but Increase themIn Imagine anyone paying a tax on a useless burden upon the taxpayers
penny? Take that thine is, and go his with the result that Ample Justification .of the for-
a Itself, is not puffed Doth own, loan without passing the said tax of that county. We are sorely in
thy way: I will give unto this not behave Itself unseemly up, seek- trading begins and In the end the on to the borrower, either in the need of more men with the high mation of the Florida Citrus Growers Dentist
;j ,last, even as unto thee." much shouted Clearing House Association Is
form of increased Interest
eth not her own, is not easily pro- economy program or a patriotic ideals of JUdge Hazard.
From this learn that comes of the legislative mill afforded by the report of the season's KEYSTONE: ][
parable we voked, thlnketh no evil; Rejolceth out flat charge when the loan is made? "lIlII borough county has drafted EIGHTS. KM.

,God rewards his servants according not in inqulty, but rejolceth In the with expenses and taxes actually If the law were to go further and ,a man for the senate, of whom shipments and auction sales

; to the spirit In which they truth: ; Beareth all things, belIeveth Increased. limit the charges for loans so that, the Tribune says: This county will under the operation of the organi-

serve him, that Is, "Quality counts all things, hopeth all "The welfare of Florida demands in the opinion! of those with moneyto send to the next senate one of Its zation. The showing made is due

more than quantity." To most of things endureth all things. 1 Cor. that the next legislature be loan, said charges did not cover capable sincere and substantial to the Clearing House auction -

i' us it I.i also comforting to know 13:4-7.. composed also of men with sufficient all reasonable hazards, the expense business men, one who will giveto market operation it pro-rating of

that God appreciates those who 1'raycr: intelligence to combat the of the loan, and a fair Investment the county and state the qual- Ehlpments, its improvement of

serve in lowly places equally with O the wonderful possibilities of pernicious lobby that is so strongly return, then, and in that ity of service that the problemsand grade and pack and its Increase in

those who hold higher wordly po-I love,. for God is love. entrenched at Tallahassee, and event, outstanding loans would be responsibilities of the hour de consumer demand through Intelli-

May 8, 1Q3O with patriotism enough to sacri- withdrawn as fast as' they became mand. lie has as his opponents gent advertising.We .

In God's view there is little dif- The Perpetuity of Love-And fice local greed to the good of the doe, and there would soon be prac- in the primary the two men whose .

ference between the governor of a now abldeth faith, hope, charity, state, and with a determination to tically no funds available to tide personal quarrel consumed muchof Can Sympathize

state and the janitor who cares for these: three, but the greatest of reduce the public payroll even men and business over temporary the time of the last legislature: I've had the grip, the pip, the gout, Count: the r

his mansion. though it affect his own friends."It emergencies. A tax loans Lumjaw, lockjaw, and phlebitis
C' these Is charity.-1 Cor. 13:13.: on mightbe I that might have been used for the Cost NOW
Then Jesus said to his disciples Prayer is up to the voters to demand justifiable If funds available for ,good of the state But never suffered like I do

"Behold, we go up to Jerusalem; May we dally partake more and that a candidate state specifically that purpose exceeded the demand, "This is a case of the office seek- With back eatdrlverltl .

+ and the Son of man shall be betrayed more of that love which Is God and his program of economy, as wellas but certainly not under conditionsas ing the man, and if he l is elected -Steven Stone Mill. */MHUHANCB is! the only commodity

; unto the chief priests and abldeth forever. pledge himself to the supportof they exist in Florida. ho will go to Tallahassee with no i it which, u needed cannot mon.Don' be.purchased whys

unto the scribes, and they shall May 4, lOilO all measures to reduce expenses. "The fact that some sections of political debts to pay but to server An Unpleasant'Subject
__ __ wait for fire break out
condemn him to death. And shall nI I to
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Intelligent Prayer-What is it ------ --- -- -- --- - - -- All of the functions of life
are not before you ....Ii..h''.. ,Count the"
deliver him to the Gentiles to then? I will pray with the spirit, o Q pleasant to consider. Perhaps this !ia con of inadequate iniurance now

mock, and to scourge, and to cruci- and I will with the under why some mothers refuse to think that ind be prepared''
fy him and the third shall pray Lovely Lake Louise Gem of the Canadian such restless
: day he standing also: I will sing the spirit Rockies It I flesh,symptoms lack of as sleep, loss of Lit UM atemain ,ae prtttnttwur
or itching
rise again. Jesus had previously appetite nose of ffnrfncomrmnd
vow property
and I will sing with the under and fingers in their children
foretold his death but can be raw lundt flfWvnountt
even now
standing also.-1 Cor. 14:15.: ----- caused By round or pin worms. Many / iniu/vw eonHAROLD
the disciples could not understand I nrti.
Prayer: mothers have proven, however, that.
lie'was to be arrested and tried by l Lord, teach us to pray. few doses of White's Cream Vermi-

the Jewish Court (Sanhedrin) and May n, 1030 fugethat sure and harmless worm C. WALLINSURANCE

condemned, but they had no authority expellant, will make these symptoms
the
Develop Good-Brethren, be
'
to put him to death and disappear. You can get White II Cream
not children In understanding; Vermifugo for 35
cents bottle
per from
they must appeal to the Ramans,
l howbeit in malice be ye children, Canova '
{ Gentiles, "To mock and to scourge Pharmacy. STARKE, FLORIDA
but in understanding be men.-
And to him." --- - --- ----- --- -
crucify ---
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1 Cor. 14:20.:
t, Then came the mother of James, Prayer: 1-

and John and asked that
they We, Lord would build our liveson
might "Sit the one on thy right Thee and grow dally. BY NO MEANS"ONE

hand, and the other on the left, in
May thy kingdom." They still expected Receiving and Giving-For I vw OF THE STANDARD MAKES"
Jesus to establish
a worldly delivered unto you first of all that
kingdom and selfishly desired the which I also received how that The leading Ure companiesare

chief places. Christ died for our sins accordIng are sometimes called "the

"But Jesus answered and said, to the Scriptures; And that he five"-their tires "the
Ye know not what ask. Are . .
ye standard makes"1Ve
was burled, and that he rose again .
'ye able to drink of the cup that I the third day according to theScriptures. think this is a grand

shall drink of. and to be baptized .-1 Cor. 16:3: 4, "break" for the other four,
with the baptism that I am baptized -
Prayer: but something of a hardship -

with? They say unto him, Glorious experences: are ours in on Goodyear.

We are able." Thee, 0 Thou living Christ. The fact Is, Goodyearbuilds
Most students of the Bible think
MORE
May 7, 1O3O MILLIONS
James and John believed they Our Possibilities-Now If Christbe a, tires than any other manu
"were able" to endure the sufferings er O
iL9y
preached that he rose from the facturer. GOODYEAR
: to which Jesus referred, and
dead how say some among you GAINED THIS WOKLULEADERSHIP .
that their later lives
proved that
that there In no resurrection of the BY
they/ were. Jesus said to them,
dead 1 Cor.
?- 15:12.: BUILDING TIRES THAT
"To sit on my right hand and on
ARE
4 Prayer: PHATICALLY
my left, la not mine to give, but it
O Lord, our Lord, we live because AND CONSPICUOUSLY
v shall be given to them for whomIt r
Thou are alive forevermore. SUPER-STANDAUD!
IH of "
prepared Father.
my May. H, IO.-JO( More people ride on Good-
lie meant that rewards In heaven -
Christ Lives-For If the dead years because Goodyearsare
r are not given to relatives, nor
rise not then Is not Christ raised. BETTER tires to ride
the ambitious
nor selfish, but as
And if Christ be not raised, your onl!
rewards for loyal, humble, faith
ful service. faith Is vain; ye are yet In your ) They are PROVABLY in-
: sins.1 Cor. 15:16.: 17.
Two students were entering the : A really STUNNING Perior-SUPER-slandardl!

y ministry, "One said 'If I become a Prayers sXI We will show you wnvnew

preacher, I shall aim at being 1blahop. \ We know and are persuaded be- tire you ought before you buy. Low 1 0prien
cause Christ lives In us that our
.' The other said, 'If I become on all types. Will
sins
a preacher, I shall strive to are forgiven.. y, x4w to see- you call or shall we:.
-
save as many souls as possible.' mm..__..... s GnwrS, STCPSJ >
"And when the ten heard It, PKKSUYTEIIIANServices I \.-r-\ NSAR.1-.1,1$41 LAKe: I I New HEAVY DITTY
&Uw CrtowAT"' LAka AO"9 a
they were moved with indignation --

against the two brethren. But Sunday, May 4, as follows eeeMiIt i.
When is well under
spring way, one discriminating people annually for
The
Jesus called In
them unto him, and : scenery the vicinity of Lake
of the
questions uppermost In the IU beauty u and
said, Whosoever will be great 10 a. m. Sunday school, J, ?\I. minds of vacationists u how. when of traveling: breata-taking thousands of mile worthy to: LouU is rugged and Inspiring and gives :you extra-style, extra-endurance; extra

i among you, let him be your minister Truby, supt. and where to spend the few well eei. la fact many visitors to Lake there are many places to go and many mileage, at ordinary heavy duty jtr cea.Ritch's .
; and whosoever will be chief 11 a. m. Morning worship, sermon earned weeks of net after a year of Louis are content to sit on the ver things to do. Pony: riding over mountain -

M among you, let him be your ser by the pastor. vail. The seashore, the mountains, andan of the Chateau Lake LoulM I trails fishing in gUcler-led

vant." 7 p. m. Christian Endeavor. trie wood. each poseem an Individual for hours at a time, watching the strums, expeditions by motorbua
Today's Golden Text Topic "How We appeal and H Is somctlmM dUBeult kaleldoecopto reflection of the gUclen over the "-mUe sctnlo Banff-Win-
shows how May Find Our
to decide upon one or the otbor.On and cloud In the
limpid
Jesus set them Life depth of dermrr Highway, swimming in the Service
an example. Work. of the most delightful spots the Jake Itself. Station

Paul says Moses "Had respect 8 p. m. Evening worship, song in North America 1* Lake Louise gem Lake LoulM u In Albert*. Canada the Chateau'diversions big pool dancing and all
unto the of and of the Canadian Rockies, consideredby 48 miles from of modern civilization
recompense the reward sermon. Banff one of the bed STARKE
: many to be among the most peed the Hours, and it is with ...aum. FLA.
and In Matt. 5:12 Jesus Prayer meeting Wednesday evening perfect known resorts la the world. S'tuatad .. regret that the
biu of scenery: in the world..This hclldsr-msker
on the main
says, "Rejoice for great is your at 7:30.: mountain jewel which llee in a...... the Canadian transcontinental Paclne line of pack his things and de!arU, carry
i reward in heaven." But selfishness A cordial Invitation to all our sing of towering glacier.crcwned Hallway u U Ing with him a never-fading mental ERE
:
readily accessible: from
TOO.
J1. is severely condemned. services extended to all. ;,cak.. U attrscUi more aDd mot* the Veiled States and Wnada.r all potato.. In tain picture, reoort of thla, the queen of moun mo,* people n ah noo other onCoodueai'M'i KindPAGE

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MAY a. 1930 BRADFORD COUNTY TKii:
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I tlcat'.ons! and merits of certain applicants Republican masquerading as a master until such a time as you I Democrats; had a good man up for

for office and I stated the 11\- ; you will notice that the ran get the permanent appoint that office I not only voted for bin

News of Florida in Short Paragraphs qetter facts at to the fitness, character one of these telegrams was ment." The next time we saw Mr. but worked for his election; manyof /

-1lo1 and ability as I knew them to be I sent February 14th, quite a little Chaney was when he came to see the dearest friends that I have

,about these candidates.It wh le after Mr. Bullen made his Futch. Parks and Wiggins; I was ever had were Democrats a man's)

Is unfortunately true that Mr talk to Republican advisory oomnMttco pUHHlng Colonel Knight's. office politics are nothing to me, It In
fcr In behalf of RepublU-an some one railed to me from the character\ that m'ies me love
Sklppor did locommend men
i.anclldate Parks. hotel asking me to rums over; It him or despise him
STATE 1 various otUcea! who the writer
[ LIVE NEWS Editor, Bradford County Telegaph,
!Starke'! Florida. thinks are mentally Incompetent You Mi Kdltor.: have already was Mr. Chane\;; he wanted me Yours for clean government regardless

Dear Sir: wholly unfitted men who tailed advised that no examinations are to tell Mrs. Young how sorry he of party name

We note your editorial! with reference miserably In their own business,, held. for second class post offices was that the civil service commission _H. H. Young.

to application of sales tax and the gentleman you refer to leone but you failed to elucidate, for had seen fit to reject Mrs. -. -
TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGESPalatka ami would Mr. Bullen's benefit, that every Young's candidacy. I suggested
to the reduction of county taxes, man wtyit you lion Robert A. Green,
.. We are enclosing you, herewith, think about Mr Grace handling applicant Is compelled, to make that he tell her himself as she I U. S. Hous of Representatives,
,
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.- - - -- -enneeeoeee.-: hud not thrown up her humlx. Ilesaid
copy of the bill which we are ad- for thin government funds approximating out his own application and tell i \ViiHhlngton, D. C.
A plant for the can- Antioch The bullet riddled vocating, and from this you will as high as ten million and the truth and nothing but the he had some engagements: but

inns of new, small potatoes open- body of Joseph Hodaz, 45, soughtfor Bee that 60 per cent of the total nome years as high as twenty million truth, unpleasant as it may bt, lit could ask the people to wait a Dear Mr. Green:
few minutes. lie asked the landlady
Would want to concerning Mil her activities In
annually or
amount collected or $I 0,000,000Is you
today at East Palatka. The the bombing of a Tampa residence to tell anyone Inquiring for I am enclosing copy of regulations
II) paid back to the counties direct endorse such a man to such n responsible the past, and giving good and sufficient
[,unit has a dally capacity of 2,000 was found hanging from a and in addition 15 per cent or $3- position T reasons for seeking the ap- him that he would be back in ten governing loans to farmer r t
for seed, fend, and fertilizer, out
mluiitpH. 1111'11."ounK told him that
two carloads. Erection, of tree on the edge; of a forest near pointment. %
'U8BS or 000,000 conies back to the counties If you wish to line yourself up of the appropriation for the
she was sure that If an Investigation par'posa
Ltlier plants In the Hastings-Pa- here. Coroner's physicians could as pro rated by the state with misfits of this character andIf For Mr. Bullen's Information: Included In the Deficiency Act ; t
was held In Starke and each
[l.iika potato belt Is planned. not determine whether Hodaz school board, making a total of this Is your concept of serviceIn Dlrrelle Chaney, special representative approved March 26. I am also
candidate: make out his application -
died from strangulation; or from 65 per cent or $13,000.000 which government, you have my >1npathy. of the postmaster general, sending ropy of a circular containing .
In plain view of tile Investigators
restvlew The planting of the bullets which may have been would be returned to the counties. name to our house a week after the to numerous
answers questions
that the verdict" would be re
palm trees along the main street fired after the victim was dead. This amount would reduce county Yours very truly, Mr. Hull was burled. I answeredthe frequently asked about theses S
versed. Mr. Chaney Informed her
in front of several Crestvlew busl- Sheriff R. Joughlln declared he taxes 30 per cent to 60 per cent. Iu W. J. Ilowey. door, he Inquired it I was Mr. that the civil service 01llm18111011 \'ud loans. Thin latter circular ,

tness houses has been coincident, would begin an investigation of a county like yours, which Is not CC: Bradford County Telegraph. Young, I acknowledged: that I was; 'and the various blanks are now
had never been known to reVerl18"ltf'l'I
with the setting of many and beautiful the lynching. The body waa tak- excessively bonded It would prob- he handed me his credentials and lon. There wasn't anything being distributed from the Farm
of various varieties on en to Tampa. ably be nearer the 60 per cent. said that he hail come to see Mrs'
t palms Starke, Fla., Apr. 23, 1930. to talk about HO he only nt yed ers' Seed Loan Olnco at Columbia,
home sites in the more outlying Wo note also editorial Young:, concerning the post olllce
[several your Mr. J. C. Robinson, about throe minutes. Fortunatelywo S. C., to the counties In which our
| districts. Tampa Raymond Mathews, with reference to the tax ou liquor Managing Editor, appointment I Informed him lived clean wholesome lives all reports Indicate I that there Is need
convicted recently of second degree that she was out but I was expecting -
Bradford County Telegraph, the way through and have some for loans. The office at Columbia
Orlando-Destruction of plants murder, today was sentencedto We submit that the retail gross Starke, Florida, her return at any minute and very Influential friends In the Is fully organized, with exper-

land trees which normally produce 20 years at hard labor. He was Sales tax Is the only tax anybodyhas Dear Sir: asked him to come In. He told north and In both hoiiMen of congress ienced personnel, and Is prepared
vegetables that are hosts Indicted on a first degree murder proposed which will get me that he'd made some Inquiries
(fruit or money The letter written to the Pinel- and the telegraph 1.0011)11I1Yprofllell to give Immediate service to applicants n
Jto the Mediterranean fruit fly will charge following the death last out of bootleggers for taxes. las Republican by Mr. Duller, was, among the business men as to who thereby. The rest Is for loans on receipt of their
be required by the regulations November of Oscar G. Crawford Some selfish interests try- they wanted for postmaster and
are interesting
[no longer as you stated, "suRlclently known to you. Mr. Chuney had completed! applications. We shall
I of the United States plant aged laborer, formerly of Savan- Ing tomisrepresent the sales tax they almost unanimously naked
; to be published in full, but nothing whatever! to do with the be glad to have you refer Inquiries
(quarantine and control adminis nah, Ga., and Mayport, Fla. lie as being "just another tax," and In a sense it wan not quite fair to that Mrs. Young be appointed Investigation; he had/ given the regarding these loans to the

tration. had been, convicted on a robbery in answer to this we wish you him as some of the statements he without regard to party afflllatloim. matter I-aiineri' Seed Loan Office at Columbia

Indictment in Volusla county in would refer to Section 18 of the made might have been construedas Mrs. Young came In whilewe up.Congressman S. C., thereby saving de

Miami Beach Tamlaml oil 1921, served eight years and pa- enclosed bill and see If you can false Instead of a little care- wero talking and was Introduced Alexis Green Is lay. County extension agents are

I well should be ready for a test roled. Early this week the parole think of any stronger language in leHRneBS In getting the facts to to Mr. Chaney, who was a man enough; as you will note In his being fully advised, as are also the

(between 24 and 48 hours, accord- was revoked and he must which we can couch that para- substantiate the speculative! theo- perfect gentleman In every respect, telegram of Feb. 14th to acknowledge county committees appointed to ,p

ling to J. S. Whitlock, geogollst, serve the remaining two years, graph and make It more positive ries evolved In a busy brain. a well educated and pleasant that he was fairly beaten.Mi pass on applications for loans, and .

I today. Drilling of at least three making his total time 22 years, that it is a substitute for other The meeting; of "White Repub spoken man In the course of the Hullen.' Is so meticulously full Information will be published

(new wells was reported In con- state authorities said. taxes and not "just another tax." licans" that selected J. J. Bullen, conversation I mentioned! that, careful In his handling of the lu the local newspapers.
should
truth that he really acquaint
templation today, one by the East Yours very truly, as, county chairman was' a secret while we came from Chicago, we Very truly

I Coast Oil and Natural Gas Co., St. Augustine Marlon Baln, Florida Taxpayers Relief Asao. meeting held at the house of W, B. were both born In Indiana. He was himself better with' the (Signed) : C. W. Wllrbu yours rton,
facts before he makes' rash statements -
[which has a well down to 2900 16, of DeLand, Is In a local hospital By J. J. Logan, VlcePres.HoweylntheHills. Parks, Jan. 2nd, at 8 p. m. and Interested at once and asked what Director of Extension Work.
[feet at South Miami.Tallahassee with a bullet wound in the + was attended by three !Republicans part of Indiana Mrs. Young was lest he be misjudged" and

shoulder, and Henry Baln, 18, his Fla. and four Democrats, the Republicans born in. When she told him I.og- classed as eligible to a membership

Frank E. Har- 'brother, is in the county jail as April 24th, 1930. 'were J, J. Bullen. Rev Iln port, ho asked what her maiden In a certain club with whichwe STEUL COURTNEY

[rison, local traffic expert, said he the result of an attempt to hold up DI' J. J. Bullen, Dunham and a man by the name name had been been? She toM him are nil familiar us Its originator -

was advised today by the Georgia G. F. Pratt, toll collector on the Starke, Fla. of Shiver from Hamilton county.Mr and he Haiti; "That Is all the recommendation was a biblical character INMI'lttMtHAnil: ?

I department of agriculture that Mantanzas river bridge last night. Dear Dr. Bullen: Dunham asked that MB you need, I was not I have. been a Republican ever IIKUINTICHr.lt: UK.,M.KM ,
said he awakened at of of the far from Logansport and know of since I was old enough; to vote butI
(the railroads had decided to aban- Pratt was I am in receipt a copy name be stricken from the records 'I'ATM IIIIOKKIt i
don a proposed increase In freight midnight to see a masked youth Bradford County Telegraph, which of this meeting the next morning, your people; fine Influential people ('altruly say I that I never voted Starke, Fla.

| rates on watermelons for the comIng pointing a pistol at him. He said someone sent the writer, quoting when ho learned that It was not a I can conscientiously ask for for a rascal because he claimed allegiance

melon shipping season.' The he turned off the toll house lights I you as having written an article regular meeting, he had been so- your appointment as acting post to that party. It the 9

[carriers several months ago announced and fired at the Intrduder. The published In some other paper lected as Secretary, and he recalls -- - - -- ._ tt,
that Increases to 32 1-2 youth and a companion fled Pratt The moving spirit of your article that nothing was said about Mr. t

per cent of the first class rate said. Henry was arrested this seems to have the name motive Bulleu going to Tampa to attend

would be made on melon shipments morning by Sheriff E. K. Boyce that actuates a young boy who a Republican mooting on the following -

resulting In some InstancesIn after he was overheard telephoning likes to tie tin cans to a dog's tailor Saturday .1

[ an Increase of 100 per cent. relatives in DeLand. The whose greatest delight Is reached Another statement that Mr. Bul

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MondayMay
II fight.Our the Tampa meeting to speakIn
president has rightfully behalf of the only Republican

1 K 8 How to Play stated that the primary object of applicant who had panned the civil

A government lies In service efficiency service examination for the post-

In departments.You mastership of Starke.I .
5th 12thCohen's
to May
% BRIDGEAeries seem to be very much aggrieved -I am enclosing copies of three

a that the writer did not telegrams from Congressman Alexis -

c _. start a dog fight when Mr. Grace > Green that will fully refute t.

; 192,0"3O ty Intimated that the writer prevented this claim that W. II. Parks was

the appointment of some men Republican.
Wynne Ferguson a
to office who had been endorsedby Washington, D. C Dec. 7, 1029, Famous
i Author of "PRACT1CA1. AUCTION BRIDGE Mr Skipper. 12:24 p. m. Annuali

It Is true that Washington had lion. Paul M. Pope,
Copyright, 1929, by Iloylc, Jr| I asked the writer about the quail- Member .Republican AdvlttoryCommittee i

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ARTICLE No. 19 wounded brother was arrested later Jacksonville: Florida.

A friend of mine invited me to playat Z led the ace of hearts and followed near the bridge. Doctor W n. Parks Is one of

his home the other night and askedme with the seven, thus allowing D, who the three ellglbiles; for appoint-
to criticize any mistakes of biddingor held three hearts to the queen, to wina Plant City Explosion of a ment postmaster Starke stop I LUERIBBON v
play that he might make. Here are heart trick. The proper opening for dynamite bomb at the home of J., shall appreciate It if you will rec- t'
three criticisms that were made that my friend, Z, to have made was the J. Waller near here early this ommend his appointment,
should benefit all players: trey of hearts. As Y held the K, J. 10
R. A. Green\ i
morning probably fatally Injured
9, 2. he would have played the Lang
Criticism No. I on the first trick and led back the jack. Mm. Waller, wrecked the back Member of Congreea.
No matter what B then did, he could porch of the house and revealed Jacksonville 12:44: p. m.
:y : Y : not have won a heart trick. a well planned plot to wipe out two Exact Copy) ,
.I'f\ : A B : Remember this play for it comes up families with explosives. The bomb Washington, i). C., Dec. 11, 1929.C. .
Z very frequently. VVhen you hold three
V to an honor of your partner's suit and I with fuse attached to the back A. Futch

lTearts-7,5 the no trump bidder is to your right, door of the Waller home waa set Starke, Florida.
Clubs-A, 9, 8,5 1 open low. The same rule holds true in oft about 6 o'clock when Mrs. Wal- Relative to Starke postmastership j
Diamonds K, Q 10, 9, 7 case you hold four or more, although ler opened the door. She was I have submitted good char-
Spades-8, 4 in that case you should open fourth- knocked unconscious, horribly acter recommendations for all w
best. A low opening, therefore, in this Post office department -
mangled. Bits of heavy Iron laid three applicants.
No score, first game. Z dealt and position, should indicate either four or
correctly; bid one diamond. A passed more or three to an honor. with the dynamite In the box refused absolutely to
and Y bid one no trump. B passed and The only exception to this rule occurs struck her and brought down the permit me to make any farther 'NAtE
Z bid two diamonds. All passed and when the opener has two or more porch about her head. So seriously suggestions; and said that the appointment -
Y Z made three diamonds. As they honors in sequence of his partner's suit was Mrs. Wailer Injured that positively would be : i
also could have made three no trumps, I n that case, he should open the highest her left leg was amputatted later made upon the recommendation of
I asked my friend, Z, why he rebid his lonor. In case he holds only two in the
at a hospital here and little hope Florida Republican advisory com-
diamonds. suit, one of which is an honor, he
His answer was that as he didn't should open the honor. If the opponent was held for her recovery. mittee and upon this alone and
have the ace of diamonds, he thoughthe who raises the no trump bid, after that I could have no voice In the
ought to warn his partner of that partner's suit bid is on the leader's Tallahassee Effort of T. R.! matter. The man obtaining the 7 Prize-Winning DaysYear
fact by a rebid. I pointed out to him left, then the top honor should be led, Hodges, of Tallahassee to collect endorsement of Florida advisory

that an original suit bid shows two irrespective of number. more than $1,000 from the state of committee will be appointed. Although -
quick tricks, one of which must be in
the suit bid. Quick tricks do not indicate Criticism No. 1 Florida as alleged back salary due all eligible are DemocratsI l
after thousand of within radius of
aces, but merely that the biddercan The opponents of my friend, Z, had him as state shell fish commissioner poHtlvely hay no say In the mat- year thrifty shoppers a one
win these tricks, either on the first bid three spades and he held a very failed today when Circuit ter. This Is ,strictly Republican hundred miles of Jacksonville, wait for this mighty selling event. It F
or second round of the suit. good hand, one with which he felt Judge E. C. Love denied Hodges' patronage affair and I positively '
is the big sale that dramatically sets the standard for value-giving.
In the hand specified: Z held the ace pretty> certain of winning st least four, application for a peremptory writ am given no' more authority In one
of clubs, a winner on the first round, possibly five tricks. Although there than other Democratic
I of mandamus to compel Comptroller -, same any
and of diamonds was no score, he doubled the three
winner the on king the queen second round, so that:a spade bid and the opponents just made Ernest Amos to pay him the voter. The matter will lie settled Thousands of dollars worth of new, wanted merchandise from every

his original bid of one diamond was a the bid, thus scoring a game they money Hodges' claim was for there by the Florida Republican department of the "Big Store" will be offered at tremendous savings
is sound thereU couldn't have made for the 1 when advisory committee and not here.
sound bid. When a bid except period between January !
no need to rebid to warn partner. Z's double.J pointed out to bin the distinction .- Governor Doyle E. Carlton displaced -I While this Ix regrettable It Is nev- during Blue Ribbon Sale. This is your opportunity to fill every need
bid of two diamonds was an incorrect between a free and a forced
him as shell fish commissioner ertheless true. and save ,money!
double.A .
and bid.Criticism.
unnecessary free double is a double of a bid with another appointmentto R. A Green,

No. 2 hat would score game, if made, irre- the office, and March 6, the date Member of Congress.
Be to read Sunday's Times-Union for details ask for the
sure or
spective of the double. For example, of the expiration of a commission Starke, Florida, 2:10: p. m, special
S Y s the double of a three spade bid, if the given him by former Governor (Complete copy of original mes Blue Ribbon Circular Plan now to come early Monday. r

: A B i opponents have a score of ten or more 'John W. Martin. Hodges alleged sage.)

r Z t towards game.A \ D. C., .4 m. Feb.
forced double on the other handis that he was due the salary of shellfish ) Washington p.

Hearts-A 7,3 a double of a bid that will enable the commissioner until the expiration 16, 1930.
? Mrs. Jeannette C. Young, We Will Not Be UndersoldMail
make
Clubs-J, 10,4,2Diamonds opponents to score game if they of the Martin commission.
-9, fSpadesK the double. For example, the doubleof Starke Florida.\

10, 4, J > three spades, if there is no score if, will Wauchula With the shipmentof Civil service commission advised Orders For obvious reaioni, some stores may attempt Park Your
No rubber me. B dealt and enable the bidden to score game they that the three eligible certified -
durIng
score cucumbers
; 16 carloads of me
Lid one passed and A bid make their bid. and tel nnJeneQ oj on Blue Ribbon item. W. guarantee Car Gratit,
no trump. today -
to the postmaster general
two nand diamonds. Y A bid bid three two hearts diamonds and make The free rule to doubles follow when in such you cases have is to a the vegetable the past market five shipping here Is show-days, for postmaster at Starke, are Phase Orders thai if any Bias Ribbon Sal. itemi be offered Cohen Garage

V pawed pawed., B bid three no trumps and good; chance to defeat the bid, but Ing considerable activity. Price C. A. Futch, II. H. Wiggins and Promptly for letf elsewhere, these items will be told Julia and

ill pawed. What U Z's, proper openinglead make forced doubles only when terhttn are very encouraging. Cucumberssold yourself. My efforts all along have Pilled till lower regard!.. of our advertised price. OrangeStreets.
defeat the bid. Democrat for postmaster -
/ to << as high as $6 a crate here been for a Call 5-5800
Stark, but I concede that .
at
Problem No. 18 Wednesday with fancy bringing :
$5 to $6 aerate and choice a dollar you have won the fight and wantto
Hearts- K, J, selling for assure YOII' 'of my co-operation!
Tomatoes were
Clubs Diamonds-4, 3 K, 10( from lesll. $3 to $5 a crate, yellow to the end that all Starke patrons (Qo t
receive the very best service. nJ1 tJlre.r'g
Spades-none squash at $4 and whitest $2.50; .
Hearts-non<- and II. A. Green )
potatoes
tt eart.-Q. 10,8.7 bean at $3; peppers
Clubs-J, 9, J, 2 Member of Congress.
Y : '
lute' 10, 8, 6 : Diamonds 9 at $2 each. About 60 cars of
-Q,
Diamonds' =none t A D t Spades-A vegetables have left thin county (Complete copy of original tele
Z :
ipuJei_ none : this season, with tomato packing gram.) ---.

Hearts- 6 just getting under way this week. "Lex" was pulling every wire Jacksonville, Florida

Clubs- K, Q. 7 Large shipments are also being possible to have a Democrat by the i

Diamonds-6, 4Spade mad dally, by express and peddler name ofV B. parks, appointed Blue Ribbon Sale Starts Monday, May 5th and Ends Monday, May 12thRmAY .

*- K are hauling away a carloads| postmaster at Btarke, and "lax"I

of each day, It Is estlraat-j Is too astute politician to have y'
lead how can, Y Z win six the.etms.ricks of produce t
is in the ,
Z
H and his
spades are trumps the wool pulled over eyea byl I
article. ed.
a;'itnst any defense Solution in the next I


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: renee, left Monday for Orlando. I Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Cartres- GOLD STALL MOTIIKR\ GIloiT; _
RURAL SOUTH Court Order BETTER TAGS
Dr. and Mrs. Austin Bliss of son and children of Lake Geneva, INCLUDES It FLOIIU !

:' 4i V c1m. Jarknonvllle, were week end and Miss Lois Jordan and Mr. J. POPULATIONSHOWS' Far ReachingA MUST BE MADE Florida will be represented t

L ; guests of Dr. and Mrs. Rupert. Dr. Jordan of McRae. 11 gold star mothers when B h,

Bliss returned to Jacksonville Miss Ruth Dennett had as her LOSS decision of the state supreme McLIN STATES of them from all over the CUUUtl''ooo

41 Monday, Mrs. Bliss will spend the /guest Thursday night Miss Mil court holding that redeemers of sail Tuesday, May 6, on the '
AM MUM. C. A. KNIGHT week with her parents.Mr. ----r United
KNTKUTAIV dred Phillips. llorlda Only ..H.at1u're; County delinquent tax property must pay Illit4h Hrt>'.. Rush Ihtiultoil In Poor States liner America to visit the
.
', _ and Mrs.Veld and Mrs Mrs. L. O. SIbley of Beaulah Hold OM II. 8 per cent of the, full amount involved Quality of 193O: l'lnl.-> battlefields of France. The molh
Ella Bird were in Galnesv: Mon ... in the redemption will re- ers will be guests of the (?
Old fashion garden flowers Park is visiting her son, Mr. and --- Jutted|

l4 day. Mrs E. S. SIbley. Atlanta, Ga., April VS.-Indus sult In stimulating the collectionof No order for 1931 automobiletags States government on the pilgrim
Li1b were prettily arranged In home of
of the traternltles"trom the to France and
One Miss Mildred for the state officials ,age Belgulm wherl
revenue
Phillips spent Fri- try in the south Is drawing heavily I will be awarded to the FlorIda -
l' Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Knight Friday University at Gainesville, held their sons, now resting In .
: day night with her cousin Miss upon rural population a study of predicted.The I state penitentiary unless better solden: ,
; : evening, when they entertained their annual banquet at the Inn cemeteries, fought
contention
4 Alma Lee. census reports' from' nine states court overruled a and materials Is during >>ne
'q ti friends and members of their Friday evening, followed by a Mr. and Mra. J. S. Grlner chap- reveals. of attorneys for Walter R. workmanship than utilized In World War.
guaranteed were
t1\ bridge club. dance at the pavilion. eroned a school bus last of citiesin Comfort and others, of Miami, that The distinguished) group\
fie picnic Fri- Population towns and manufacture of the 1930 tags, it will (b,,
; The guests arrived at 7:30 Mi, and Mrs. W. II.
: Ogden were of 1901 honored with a farewell
afternoon
day at of the legislature
Crystal Lake assisted Virginia, North Carolina, South an act stated by W. S. McLin, acting tribute
.t ;' o'clock and found their places at dinner guests of Rev. and Mrs. E. was Just before the ship
sails
Mr. Sam 8 cent penalty
by the
Mott and his Carolina, Tennessee;Georgia Alabama imposing per motor vehicle commissioner who and will
? mall tables by means of dainty D. Mowry on Friday evening. school bus children of delinquenttax be presented with gold
i from Graham Mississippi Louisiana and In the redemption to the board of stars The
recently protested
't place cards. Following dinner Rev. and Mrs. Mowry entertained and Brooker. 8 cent onlyof army band will play the
I Swimming was en- Arkansas and Florida, show surprising property meant per .commissioners of state institutionsthat national
bridge was enjoyed. JIIlh'scores,/: Mrs. Edna Anderson and Miss joyed also delicious in publicationof anthems of the United
"a lunch. Everyone increases. the coriVInvolved States and
1t. the 1930 license plates were
for the evening were made by Mr. Mad, Kennedy on Thursday evening
France.
reported notice of the delinquency.The
a nice time. However, while the cities grew the
Inferior in quality.
t N D. A. Montieth and Mrs. E. M. at dinner.
Hi Mr. J. P. Dickinson and MasterB. rapidly from 1920 to 19 SO. the rural complainants sought to com -
f Johns!, each being presented a gift. Mrs. James Houser, daughter, Fading of paint on the 1930
1. y F. Geiger were visitors to sections either lost populationor pel Clrcut Clerk E. D. Leatherman METHODIST;
is cited in instances by
l Those present were:Mr. and Gertrude, Mrs. W. H. Ogden and Starke tags many
Saturday. barely held their own. of Dade county, to make a -
+,, Mrs. D. A. Montleth, Judge and daughter, Arneeta were in Starke Mr. McLIn, who predicts that If all
r Miss Ruth Zeigler had as her The situation is very much the I settlement of delinquent propertyon the tags proved Inferloir that I Sunday May 4, 10 a. m. Sunday
tk rn Mra. A. Z. Adklns. Senator and Monday. lof
tf /guest Saturday night her cousin same In all southern states except! the basis and instituted mandamus -. school.
4 Mrs. E. M. Johns, Mr. and Mrs. J. A very pleasant affair was held Miss Mildred_ Phlllinn.Rev ___n_.,.__. Florida which'' had a general In- proceedings. the summers suns and rains would 11 a. m. Preaching by Hey
C. Robinson, Miss Blanche Alderman Sunday evening at the home of make a large number of the tags (;eo.
1 Blanchard of Lawtey held crease. Its urban centers almost I In dismissing the proceedings, Summers of Gainesville
t and S. P. Vandlvlere of Hat- Mr, and Mrs. Ray Jenkins undecipherable by autumn if pres-
on '
services at Hope church Sunday doubled their p'opuiatfon\ In many the court In an opinion by Justice ent deterioration continues. 7 p. m. to 8 p., m. Vesper ser.
ford. Horseshoe lake in honor of Mr,
#f night. while ArrriRtead Brown, upheld the vices.
., cases its rnratlre'ctlons! show procedure
a and Mrs. D. R. Weld and Mrs. J., S. Blitch superintendent of '
Remember Sunday school at ed steady growth. of the counties and state .
the prison farm, where Florida
Edna
Anderson and who
family Hope church on Lakeland Makes' Calm for the 29 in imposinga Jacksonville -
NATIONlIICHIO WKKK; : Sunday afternoonand lUIC past years tags have been manufactured for CunnIngham'.
'! 3r r TO UK; OBSCIIVKI) IIKKK are leaving Keystone Heights. Christian Union and church Lakeland, one of. the' Florida penalty of 8 per cent of the full several in Store opened fourth floor as Bargain -
The honor guests had been Invit- years, a letter, to Mr.
s -- services at the Christian church cities reported, shows" a populationof amount, holding in effect that the Department.
ed to the Jenkins-" home for dinner McLin states that the tag plantat
rf i ijw- Starke will fall in line with every Sunday evening.Mr. 18,397 a gain of 130.2 percent. Imposition was to put an increased Rat ford -
and can produce as good
at six-thirty about
: ,, many larger cities and towns In friends appeared with filled eighty baskets and Mrs. J. S. Jones, Mrs. Growth of the citrus Industryand penalty on the delinquent taxpayers tags as any In' the country. If Dangerous Business:

Y ;, observing National Music Week L. Hlghtower, Mr.,, and Mr .- P. E. popularity of Florida's citiesas for waiting until after publi- tho 1930 Our stomach and digestive
and In a. short time a bountiful tags are poor, he said It systems
t 1 F. which l is being sponsored all over lunch was ready. The evening Cox and children returned to their resorts are directly responsiblefor cation of the tax deed notice be- Is because the plant was rushedto are lined with membrane which it

p I the country by the American Federation homes In Miami Tuesday. the great increase, census supervisors fore redeeming his property, and I produce them owing to the necessity delicate, sensitive and easily injured
; of Musicians. was spent in singing and visiting. Mr. and Mrs. J. 8. Jones and Mr. said. to give an added incentive to holders It is dangerous business, then; to use
The affair was a complete surprise ...of changing equipment! and
'r P. E. Cox medicines containing harbh
r Two excellent programs have were visiting In Jacksonville In other southern statesTTiowever ottlIr'certltlcaternr&ppIT.tor ; drop,
dies to with the leglslattve
to the two families.HAMPTON. comply minerals when
i been prepared for local music lov Monday afternoon. the lack of growth of rural the tax deeds as soon as pos- salts or wo are con.
act changing the size and
charac- eti ated. In addition to the
+ 4 !1 ers. The first of these sections and the amazing Increaseof sible. possibility
a vesper of the of
ters on the tags. The enamel and injuring linings our digestive
i' 'r i r .l service, will be given Sunday evening cities' population are the early paint were guaranteed by the system, these medicines give only tcm.porary .

May .4th, at '7 o'clockat. the ZIFF indications of census returns. TAX (XLLKCTOB; CAN manufacturer Supt. Blitch states. relief and may pmvohabit? form.

Fi 1tqr Methodist church. This program I Southern cities have enjoyed excellent NOT REGISTER; ; VOTES i ing.The safe way relieve constipation

i includes: lilac Ada Nlmmo. Cor.Rev. Mlum Opal ......1.. Cur. natural growth and have County tax collectors under the The scrub bull makes the best Is made with from erbint"herbs..the and cathartic acts in the that a

(1.) Hymn-Day is Dying in received a goodly share of foreign!: present general election law can quality beef when slaughtered un- nature intended.You can get Uertuue way
R f'' the West. Montgomery will preach at Services capital. Annexation programs in- voters for elec-
1I were held at Rock no longer register der six months of age Canova Pbarmacy.PRESSING .
'3 ((2.( ) Piano: Selected-Mrs. H. the Methodist church next Sunday church Sunday.Mr. many cities also. contributed. tions, Attorney General Fred H. --

r: V, Knight morning antt evening. ., Pervls Lewis of Jackson- 'I.. i I" Davis announced.Tho STEAM COIJ.iPANY---=
tz
'I+ i 1 ((3.) Trio: Teach Me to Love The body of William Hall, who ville spent the last of this week "IIIIOIIlIl! general election law as,

I't Thee-Mrs. J. W. Andrews Jr., died In Jacksonville last Sunday here with his parents, Mr. and SCHOOL'MONTH adopted by the last legislature repealed Suits Cleaned, Pressed and Reshaped

Mr. David Moore, Owen Grtmn.i morning was burled In the Santa Mrs. J, W. Lewis. that section of the statutes J. Frank Thoman-Phone 52

i (t.) Violin Miss Fe cemetery' west of town last -. -- "- -
Alice Fer- Mr. and Mrs. Delatha Starlingand SET BY DOYLE existing previously which author- _. . , --
Monday.Mrs. --- - - - - - - ---.
5MWf nandez. children, spent last Sunday ized the tax collectors to registerthe )

((5.) Solo: Rock of Ages -Mlss R. M. Faver, Mrs. P. B. here with her parents.Mr -I voters, and that function now
1 Hunt, Mrs. 0. Haynes and Miss Florida, Know Your Schools, Title
+ Florence Matthews. lies
r and Mrs. Henry Shaw and' solely with the supervisors of t

std, r'r' ((6.) Duet: Only Salvation- Ada Nlmmo, were visiting In children spent last Sunday here registration.The "THE WINNING OF JOY"

Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and Miss Ethel Starke last Sunday. with relatives. With a statemeht recognizingthe attorney general said he had

: Griffin. Rev Norris preached at the Mr. II. E. Thmoas of Jackson Importance of pnpllo schools received a number of Inquiries for

((7.) Quartette: How Calm and Baptist church last Sunday morn- ville spent the week-end here of the tate, Governor Doyle E. Information as to whether the tax A THREE ACT COMEDY

r Beautiful -- Mesdames D. E. Ing. Rev. Flnlne, of Gainesville with his parents Mr. and Mri. J. Carlton Saturday 'officially! designated collectors could still register the DRAMA

Knight, E. K. Ferryman preached at 8 p. m. B. Thomas. the month beginning May 5
voters, and warned that any such
1': Griffin, David Moore. :ten I 1 Mrs. Strange of Jacksonville, attended Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Thomas and as "Florida, Know ,Your Schools" registration would be illegal. Presented by Jacksonville Talent

'.' ((8.) Solo: Selected the funeral of.her brother, daughter, Miss Ifazle spent Sun- month. The final date for registrations .SPONSORED BY LAWTEY PEOPLE
Moore Williams Hall here last Monday The governor Issued,. a procla-
day at Fairbanks with Mrs. Thom- for the coming primaries Is mid-

I ((9.) Chorus: Joy to the World. Five of the United Brotherhoodof as' mother, Mrs. E. Howard. mation calling attention to the following night of April 30 and the final Patronage of Public is Solicited

' ((10.) Hymn: Now the Day Is Gainesville, attended servicesat Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Dennison and facts: date for payment of poll taxes May
) Over. the Baptist church last Sunday "The people of each county
sons J. M. and Perman, spent the 17. Mr. Davis said.
It The ,second evening. should be furnished1'with a finan- i_
will
i program be given week-end here with Mrs. Denni-
pNd'', { at 8 o'clock Tuesday night, Mrl.R..M.. Faver and daughter, son's parents, Mr and Mra.,JJ. W cial statement showing expenditures NOTICE, ; Lawtey School} Auditorium

t i May 6th. at' the Woman's Club. It Miss"Branche,' entertained as their Lewis. on the'BchoQJ.bf; their; respective There will ;be'a cemetery'workIng ,
,' s guest this week, Dr. Faver's sister- counties; should be fully
Is as follows: Mr. and Mrs. F.
W. Reynoldsand at Mt. Slnl Thursday, May 16. TUESDAY MAY
8 P. M.
',yslt ((1.) Piano selections Paul in-law Mrs. Paver of Tampa. children of Graham were visit- advised as to the amount of their! All those interested are required to 6thf
Mrs. M. L. Watterson was shop- taxes being used for school
Knight. Ing in our section last Saturday. pur- come early and bring working Children 15c Adults
ping in Starke last Friday.Mr. poses; the manner*In which It Is 25cBOOMING
((2.) Quartette: Mrs. R. J. Davis Mr and !Mrs. Malcolm Hunter tools.

4'' Ethel Griffin, Owen Grlffln, and Mrs. Wm. C. Kammerer and son, Ira, of Hague attended being expended; the educational 5-2-2t. O, W. Dyal. -- - - _'_'_ _'_'_' _'_r_._ _ _ ....

; '' : John Powell. Mrs M. C, Sweeney and Miss church at Rock Sunday and were facilities of each county and the --- --- -
"4 ''e Marlon Jones were in Jacksonville progress made "in order that, --- -- ----- -
((3.) Vocal selections Mrs. J. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. II. they .,.
f t L. Briggs. this week. K. Howard. might have a better knowledge of -- ------ "

) Glee Mi'. Epperson, Bradford coun- their most important enterpriseand
((4. Club chorus-June's Miss Rhoda Thomas of Jacksonville ..
SM r The Time for Roses and Absent. ty's efficient sheriff, was transact- spent last of last week here give to those In authority the -- -

4 y'' ((6.) Vocal-Mr. John Powell..' ing business here this week. with her'parents. advantage of f their advice and

i, ,L ((6.) Quartette: Wesley Stearns, Mrs. Tracy Baker assistant! Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hines of counsel."

John Powell, Owen Grlffln Luther postmaster at Lake Geneva, visited Brooker spent last Sunday here .
friend here last I Jacksonville Building at e
: Powell. Saturday. corner -
with Mrs. Hines' mother
Mrs. S.
J. Pursley, manager of the Paul) of Laura and Church streets,
((7.) Chorus Bells of St. L. Prescott.
and Warner stave occupied by "Journal".purchasedby
Marys.No mill and family -
Mr. J. C. Dennison of Midway,
I w admission will be charged for who were formerly located on spent the last of the week here. John H. Perry for $260,000( ,.

these entertainments. (the second floor of the McDonal Mr. and Mrs. I(. E. Thomas and 4.r
residence, have located in the Silver -
Floyd of Jacksonville
son. : spent

.J', jx MEETING; OF TIIK W. M. H. Main Lane and residence Church, on street.the cornerof Mr.last" and Sunday Mrs.here J. B.with Thomas.,his parent.*: <\\,* FLORIDA' } ,I

OF THE J MAl'TIHT CIIUKCIIThe Misses Eleanor and Edna Harrison Elder J. }I. Kelley filled his II

who have been visiting in I
regular
appointment at WayfairSatutday
Woman's Missionary So Wlldwood, returned to their home THEATRE
ciety of the Baptist church held a here last Sunday. and Sunday.
; Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis were Home of Vitaphone'GAINESVILLE ''
I business meeting Monday after Mrs J, P. Sullivan attended the

td i noon, at the church and much funeral of Mr. James Phillips at attending last to business In Starke FLA.
Wednesday
business of Interest was discussedIt Hope church
cemetery last Sunday
,
Mr. and Mrs. R, B. Thomas and
was decided that the quarterly morning..
+ social be held the third Mondayin daughter. Hazel were attendingto Program Week May 1st ,.,

vd s May at the home of Mrs. Ceo business in Starke last" Saturday - _. v.._ -- _ _ a...
yr sae.a.
C.'White. All ladles of the church ++ Today and Friday .
'1 and TIIERESSA ''Mrs. I. W Dyal and daughter e
congregation *
are cordially Invited i leg emx
Miss Marlon Lee, of Graham spent George Sidney and
j t to attend. Ml. Ilkodn K.llr. Cor.
_ Members present at this meeting Sunday here with her parents. Mr Charlie Murray
and Mrs. J. W. Lewis.
I were: Mesdames J. II. Lord, II. L. In.
Saturday morning at one o'clock Mr
Leo Dyal
spent Saturday
'Y p Brownlee, a. W. Alderman A. M. the death angel visited our com afternoon in Graham. "Cohens and Kelleys in =-....:.
== = I
= .
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O. -
, Darby. P. Raymond, J. II. Pitts, """ :-
' munity and took (to his heavenly Mi'! Henry Shaw attended Scotl .d' -
.
J. L. Sllcox, f% M. Barefoot Lucy _.
1 tid home one.of our oldest and most church at Rock Sunday. I
Powell, Wlthrow. O. J. Griffin Q.O. .
,
respected citizens,. James Phillips. There dinner Saturday
White. Misses was a and egg
I Fanny Lord and I
Maud Mitchell. Uncle JIm'had been a patient sufferer hunt given at the home of Mr. AMOK WHITE J
4Jt for several .1.. II ,-..1.
but had -
, . years and Mrs. J< B. Thomas last Sun ,. I BUSINESS
-ts been II* In ci
j'' I confined to his. bed for over day. Those that were present were,

: : two months lie was born 'in( Mi'. H. K<, Thomas and son, Floyd. "Playing ;;rroJlnd'I '

KEYSTONE HEIGHTSMtmm Emanuel county, Georgia Jandary Miss Rhoda Thorns Of Jackson- I Charlie Chase,Comedy from BETTER BANKINGThe

18, 1853; later moving to Florida.He ville, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Reynolds, -- .
Helen Cor.Miss -----
Oicdrn I -
was married to Miss Mary and children, of Graham, Mrs. De Sunday
'I Elizabeth Zelgler, who preceeded latha Starling and children of Ala- I
I cheery hum of motors the
' i Ellen Kaye who has been I him to the -Kreat beyond.. - _. three_u_ _ chua. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Shaw Lawrence Gray Bernice . majestic

) the guest of her sister, Mrs. F. M. years"ago. and children Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Claire, Louise Fa- towers of concrete and glass . the surging '

?1 Walrath. left Wednesday for her He Is survived by five children: Thomas and daughter Haiel Mr. '";: tide of business

, ; home In Eltzabethtown, Ky. !Mrs. Mattle Hlghtower. of Miami: and Mrs. J. W. Lewis and chil zenda rising bringing) better

st Mr. Ernest Llp comb, who has !Mrs. D. J, Phillips, of Theressa; dren. All reported a nice time. "SPRINGIIS '" wages to happy homes . where would .

r been connected with the state Mrs. J. S. Jones,.of Miami: Mrs.P. Miss Eva Starling was In our HERE" .' ""'
these
highway department, and has been E. Cox of Miami, and !Mrs. M.W. section Sunday. Comedy "The Golfers" be if The Bank were to vanish? It is
.
t ,' at the Inn during the winter: left Lee of Theressa. Also fifteen Mrs. L. Hines and sons, were In upon sound banking that all prosperity .

"Friday for his. home in Lake City* grand-children and. six great grand our section Sunday. Monday and Tuesday- --

d t k where he will spend a few days 'children. 'The funeral services Elder and Mra. Ran Moody of ultimately rests

) "' before going north for the sum ''were held at Hope' church Sunday Lacrosse attended church at Rock Lawrence Tibbett I

'4 mer.Mr. morning at eleven o'clock.Rev. J. Sunday. In Discuss Your

and Mrs. Floyd Hornbeck: N. Hayman of Orange Heights assisted Mr. and Mrs. Geiger of Jacksonville "The..Rouge Song"With : Banking Problems With Us '

;+ of Orlando, were guests of Mr by Rev. Blanchard of Law- attended church at Rock 'I

f' and Mrs. James Houser over the tey conducted the services. He wall Sunday.Mr. _ Our counsel is always at your command; as well as our financial

week-end. highly respected by all who knew L. O. Lawls was visiting at Catherine 1Jale.Qwen'Wednesday.; co-operation
t Lawrence K. Walrath spent afew him which was shown by the large Graham Saturday afternoon. -- on any project which we,deem feasible. Our long-
t > -
:I. days with his parents, Mr. and crowd attending the funeral also experienced officers are well qualified to lend their assis-

t, Mrs. F. M. Walrath. 'I the beautiful floral offerings covering Itork'Heat Krwponnlblllty I you
"They Learned tance.
) Miss Helen Lawrence and Ar- the casket There was a fearful crash as the About

Ja, fleets Ogden drove to Jacksonville Mr. and !Mrs. John Sullivan' train struck the car. A few 'sec Women"With I

t++". Saturday. Mr. Jimmie Sullivan of Waldo, Mr. onds later Mr. and Mrs. Pickens

Mrs. J. It. Lawrence, Mri. J. Sullivan of Hampton and Miss crawled out of the wreckage. Mrs. Bessie Love'Van and Bank of

I George Williams and Harold R. Mildred Phillips were dinner Pickens opened her mouth to say Schneck "01', StarkeAN I

j Lawrenre were in Jacksonville guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. J. something, but her husband stop- -
Wednesday. J. - I
Ze'gler I
and daughters. ped her:
: Mi1', and !\frs.' ? ...Coming "Why Bring
Wm. Parka and Miss Lucille Bennett spent the "Never mind'talking," he snapped HONOR ROLL BANK '

daughter Shirley drove to Jacksonville week-end with Miss Ida Mae Con ; "I got my end of the car That Up" _

4 Thursday. ner. across. You were driving the backseat E. S. Matthews Pres. R. J. Davis Cashier ''I
',;' Mrs.. George Williams who has Mr. and Mrs S. R. Swindell and and If you let it get hit, It'. Regular Prim ioe BOo ,

'T c.., been the guest of Mrs. J. II. Law family had ..a. their guests last no fault of mint!"--Selected. ,



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,' f.\Y 2. t030 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLORIDA .. PAGE.KIVK. g
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Jacksonville Wed- .hat his board stood ready to surrender The Ponce de Leon prize of $100 timber Is being taken from the big; c
Knight wore in
Green Is Seeking right of way deeds and Its! ffered by the Poetry Society of swamp east of Rock Springs by the .

nesday. share of the building costs Immediately Florida for the best poem upon WUsor.. Timber and Lumber Com-
L Girl/ Told the Boy She Removal of Body ,subject submitted this year has 111)' of Perry the swamp, "

I Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mrs. A. Z. It Is not expected that the Pn- wen awarded to rhyme Squter, a abounds In some of the finest cypress N

Adktns, Mrs O. J. Griffin and Old Indian Chief latka to Dunnell route will be hard ,tudont of Rollins College, It was In the South. It was purchased 'a;,
JUidn't Marry Him, But She surfaced this year but it lit announced at the final meeting<< of from the Wilson Cypress! p
(Miss Ethel Griffin were In Gaines-
\, thought that It will be graded and the Allied Arts society Saturday" Company Tho timber Is cut to -.:
ville Wednesday. Washington! ; April -- Representative that hard surfacing can be obtained at the "Anchorage"; the estate< of a point where It la loaded on 1 ,

His --- Green'ol t, Florida today by next year. Mrs. E. W. Packard In Winter trucks and then conveyed to ,Apop '
\\ould Always Respect Mr. John Powell and Mr. Wesley w
,fj'tII Stearns were In Atlanta this conferred with Acting Secretary With the completion of the Park. The contest was open to ka for shipment. ,
week, where they attended Grand Davidson petitioning the war de- Florahome to Palatka and Lake natives and resident of Florida a. --- -

and Taste. f Opera partment to authorize\ transfer of City to Lake Butler links Itoad including winter residents. John Philip Spudaro of Messina

the remains of Indian Chief Os- 28 will be hard surfaced entirely Sicily, la visiting Davenportwith \

Potato plants arrived today J. ceola from Fort Moultrle, South from here to Lake City, saving Practically all arrangementshave his bn-'her, Frank C., Spad-
selecting her for his Intended, but also in choosL Flor- considerable distance between Pa-
[Sot only In F Klckllter. Carolina, to Silver Springs. been made whereby Zell- aro tomato meyer and prominent

he'wore. You can't be too careful about they ida, latka and the Gateway City. wood Is to have a modern new citrus commlHHion;! merchant of Philadelphia. '
I g: the clothes I Mr, and Mrs. Stewart Jensen Though Secretary Hurley has The Flagler county end of the packing plant ready for business J.P. Spadaro Is a grower -

dress. 'tour best friends might not tell you when you and little daughter recently left ruled the transfer Inadvisable! and stretch has been delayed owing to by the opening of the next of lemons with a large acreage.
you
for Tampa, where they will make the war department disinclined to financial arrangements; with the shipping\ season. Officials of the, lie claims that a process ban been
Lve halitosis, but they will laugh right In your face If you their home. Issue an order for removal. Green county, which however, has been Umatilla Fruit Company, In company developed In his country for extracting -

that \ pointed out that the Florida Historical Completed, it was stated. with architects, have been, the juice of lemons and _ _ _
lir, a necV-tle that doesn't match your eyes. They say Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Stlth and Society backed his petition.A The completion of the entire looking over the ..ground for several oranges and keeping It In balk ,

the children leave for DeLand todayto letter from Arthur T. Williams, route U expected to add considerably natural state for at .
do not make the man, but I say they help man days and terminating arrangements form In Its
ollies be guests; of Col. and Mrs. J. president cf the society, advised of I to the bridge revenue here with the Seaboard Air least two years, without showing
eke the girl, so what's the difference In the long run? E. Futch. owaemh'p! of a plot of ground In by reason of the diverting of moot Line railroad for side tracks andloading signs of fermentation

Silver Springs and of readiness to of the southbound traffic down the space U Is tho intention A

You know, the women read the ads and they know what's Mrs W. H. Hart has gone; to transfer, inter and care for the remains East Coast through this city over to'start construction on the packing When preparing dried apples\ for tl

shoes. So It youngbloods want to go St. Augustine, where her husbandis of the Indian chieftain. the short route. \plant at niece Conking, use scissors Innlead ot a
hats to you .
hat from ) his conference with| ActIng of
manager of the Hart FurnitureCo. During a .knife for cutting out pieces ?

er in a big way with the fair sex don't write to Dorothy DIx, Secretary ,Cavidson| Green Talatka. April :25. .The I'a- The Apopku Chief allY people core that might be left( them, F

said that Chief Omvola] "was an ..;ka Commercial Club at Its regular In that city have bnen wondering and the work will b easily
(jut call on mev . in the history .?r
Rev. Jas. T. Guy pastor of the outstanding character weekly meeting last night, endorsed where the greet\ cypress logs being and quickly.t

who wears Arrow Shirts W. L. Douglas Shoes andaiding Methodist church will assist his of Florida---horn: and, reared the proposal that Putnam hauled to the Atlantic Coast Line -.=' l
man
Any brother, Rev G, H. Guy next weekIn there and representing the high- county turn over to the state road freight yards III Apopka are coming Jacksonville Trlvers Store
Bathing Suits may do'lstretch for.bigamy, but one a revival at Newberry.Mr. est type of Seminole leadership." department at once the right-of- from. Inquiry on the part of reopened in rebuilt quarters, recently !- !: t

Ins Is sure-he will never die an old bachelor, -- -.- way and necessary funds, for the the Chief reveals the fact that the destroyed by fire

and Mrs. W. J. Epperson 'I\"I'] J.\IMI: > nl HnT ituTOKO construction of state highway No.
Mrs. R. L. Epperson and children HHOOTINd] Tllt'H.-Kltl. 28 from San Mateo to the Flagler

::: : : visited Mr. R. L. Epperson In Lake county line. The club alto au-
HI City Tuesday. (Continued from pnge 1.) thorized Its president to name n BEST! ; lESS
STERNBERG'S
IP : : less the reported action of the committee to call on the board of THE FOR r
town Mrs. C. C. Shepard of Hllllard! bond trustees and take up with
are """' tae. TUB] IlKLMRLE STORE! spent several days of this week Rltch-Dekle tactloJ'I in attemptingto them the urgent need, for presenting -
Andrews from returning -
p. H. Fitting shoes correctly: IN 0110 of the bent thing I do. I here with Mr. and Mrs. C. A, keep Senator to Kalford materializes.Ben the rlghtn-ot-way to the road {
Knight.Mr. at its meeting at Orlando
. _____ - ,.... ---.Q, and Carl Andrews have department /
1 on May 6. 1 h i I
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In several shootings
and Mrs. R. J. Tatum and been Implicated The action followed an addressby 1ry
-- In Union and Bradford counties -
children of Jacksonville were ; John W. Campbell, who explained
C) guests of Mr, and Mrs. U. J. Davis during recent,.years! and have the situation as relate to w

C GD) at Klngsley Lake,over the week been credited with maintaining a Road 28. Putnam county has hud ,I
) that has terrorized that section
end. gang Its road for the building of
money
8)
I Successful .prosecution> has .
Bits of 8D] I been almost Impossible due to this thoroughfare for the past five wirv Qo
]l Miss Isabell Thuraby, state marketing years and the state road department
fear of reslde'iUs'4ohppear as witnesses I
D specialist) was In Starke,I ) has been ready since January -
] Senator A. 1>, Andrews,
Monday, and while here gave a I I 1929, he said. There hud I
Local .ye s' g C CConcerning ]] demonstration at the Woman's father of Ben Andrews, and grandfather -] been tome difficulty, however, in Yea I You CAN have the best, tastiest", t.
of Call Andrews, has never
c] Club. been implicated in any of the financing the Flagler county end wholesomest! groceries that money can
of the project, but thin has now
] the two in that is balm to the bud-
committed by buy-nt a sum
C crimes
Our People, Business and ] Mrs. O M. Padgett has returned I been overcome. In order! that the
of the County and Town. ] to her| home In Miami after the past, and the states attorney contract for the grading of the fret. Cash and Carry saves you $$$. Tradeat

Progress CLl ] spending several weeks here with]I I stated Tuesday that no evidence road from San Mateo east may be the M-C STORE.

C] her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J, W. had been presented to him to show let In July, It Is necessary for the
5 Prevatt I that he was connected with the Putnam county board of bond
o [ affairs Wednesday and
------ J. F. Kick- shooting I trustees to go before the state Pillsbury XXXX Rest
beans tomato plants
vlsltlng'lnonvllle ,
|M. A. S. Crews was Miss Wllda. March of Cross City Thursday road department May 6 and present 1
; Saturday. liter. Is temporarily filling the position Bad feelings have existed for IU rights-of-way deeds and I

In Col. J. L.. Frazee's office recently years between the Andrews and turn over the necessary funds.' Plain Flour 24 pounds$1.15

[lan Canova of Waldo spent Mrs. L. E. Dowling Is here from left vacant by Mr. Browarc Hitch families, following the on-- This I It necessary, he pointed out, i

day here with Paul Knight. Stuart for a visit with her daughter Strickland. viet Ion of Carl Andrews about five because 28 U. a federal aid road
federal court on a
Mrs. W. E. Middleton. years ago In end probably 60 days will be reiulHod Goodwif Fine Self-rising
Burnsed of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs., M. C. Stith and charge of robbing' the RalfortpoBtottlce < for U. S. agents to pass 01

|a vla'tor: here Monday. children, Mrs. H. L Brownlee and Postmaster Louis Hitch I the deeds and attend to other inch .
Mrs. J. II. RItch Jr., spent .theweekend' Miss Lovest Sturgeon spent Wed being chief wlinos.lor the prose dental details. FLOUR 24 pounds- - - 98c
was:a: visitor Lately,'heap'Andrews, a ,
.C II. Brown. with. J'elatlvell.1lf" Jaek- neaday' with friends at the Stall cution. I I- *
i from Raiford Wednesday. sonville. Farm. son of Ben Andrews, was fired

....' upon from ambush *y an ,unknown Harry It. Brenner, prominent Pure Cane Fine Granulated
at his home parties, who were nave' business man, civic leader and!
O. Hodges was Col. J. L. Frazee was a profes- Dr. Austin Cary Mrs. Jennie< party or
f lant City over the weekend.uto sional visitor in Tallahassee Mon- Leith and Mrs. Isabella Brown an !apprehended, nor If their Identities 'president of the Davenport Lumber -

day and Tuesday of this week. leaving Ibis week for points In th< I were known to the Andrews dk and Supply Company and the SUGARlOpounds55c
tops, cushions and cush- north, where they will spend the they reveal it. On Friday night Davenport Business Men's Asso-
26tf windows wen elation, was chosen chairman ol
M. Leviton. April 18th, the
covers. Mr. and Mrs. D. 'A. Monteith summer! months
smashed In the Hitch; store build the Ridge Vegetable Growers As
CAMPBELL'SPORK
Hollahan of Jackson- were visiting in Tallahassee Monday and unknown parties. Hoclatlon. at a meeting of the directors r..
JIBB Irene Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Dew Ing by
spent the week-end here with and Tuesday. I family left Wednesday for DeFun Friends of both families ir of that organization, Tuesday '

A Ada Mae Wynne. Members of the Y.; W A. carried lak Springs where Mrs. Dew and Starke and Lake Butler feel thai evening' at Gaines! City { & BEANS 3 Cans - - 25c
- -
behind the
: out an Interesting program the children will spend a month with the guilty parties

|te\r.\ and Mrs. R. A. Guy of 'Wednesday evening at the church.. with relatives. bars, further outbreaks would be r

|nesville were guests of Rev I II unwarranted and nh endeavoring VAN-CAMP'S Large Size

I Mrs. J. T. Guy here last, week. I I Velvet beans, chufas, Spanish Miss Maude Mitchell, who has to compose the present difference! I
J. taught In the Junior high for the between the two factions. At this
and Florida Runner peanuts. 19c
lir. and Mrs. J. R. Boring, Jr., I F, Klckllter.. past term, left Wednesday for time Senator A. D.I Andrews Is residing CATSUP ExtraSpecial - -

Waldo were visiting here this I Lowell, Mass. to spend her vacation in. Lake BiiHer, where, 1 II n

]'". ,Miss M-Belle Fore left Wednes- with relatives.Mrs. was stated, W.d "" remain for thn present, rather LUX Fine Toilet
vacation
day to spend her summer I ,
iff. O. B. Moody was a visitor :at her home In Wildwood. .. ) Maud Buford of South than return'tOjJUaffoi'TjJauqi' roopei
ID from Lake Butler Wednev 'C Jacksonville spent the weekendhere hIs store it 1C) JuiT' t-AM more dlfflcutties. -

Miss Mamie Barnett of Umatll- with her eon and daughter Glasses that please at price SOAP,3Bars22c

-- la will be the week-end guest of In-law Mr. and Mrs. Raymond C. According to a report of the you can,afford to pay.. Nothingbut
bountiful Buford. I present Kalford situation handed the best materials used. Kv-!:
;ant! strlngless and Miss Blanche Alderman.
__ I to the Telegraph Wednesday' the; ery pair guaranteed to please Extra Special, Regular 5c Size

Miss Minnie Gruber left Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Bryant W. Hodgei result of an Investigation( by two No t'lmrfco for KaniniinUlonDK. :

I for her home In Alma, Ga., and baby, Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Dana- Stirke citizens dlxclosed the fob MATIIISSO'J Octagon Powders 7 for - 25cKELLOG'S

ENT[ > A WORD after. spending .the winter here. sat of Jacksonville, were In Stark lowing; ( : MuNonlc T"'I.I"JACISONVILLE. ,
I Saturday attending the opening. That the general public of Rat- : :, FLA.
.. section-surrounding desire ,
I Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Saul were performance of the Maaon-Wll ford and

COLUMNR visiting friends in Fernandina Sun llama Show. I or have no objections. to Sena

Furnished ""apart- day. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Petlenglll ol I IFenton tor That Andrews Thursday returning.morning A. D Cornflakes 3 Packages 25cA
RENT -
week-end Andrews was told 'by one of the
Michigan, were ,
,
nent with private bath. F. ,A. Mr and Mrs. Charley Johns \ I GAIETYTHEATRE'
,
I close his store at 12oelock. I
Fla. It were visitors here from Baldwin guests of Mrr and Mrs. J. 11. Lord Dekles to
cott Starke,
home after .and get outof town. '
this week. They were on their way Goon GRAZE
spending the winter months in That Friday morning,,when the '

rll!iter.RENT-Furnished, lower floor. J. F.3-21-tf.apartment Klck-- dent Snowflake truckers, ,white Cuban and Flint yellow andgood South Florida.Mr. was store told was by jeopentulll'y'Claretuii Hitch a clerk\Jo clone, he. RICE 5 pounds - - - 25c

variety of old field corn seed, and Mrs. H. Bell left Thursday it up and not to open It again. I STAItKE, FLA. ,
where they will hat ample evidence was found ,4 -
: for Cross City ,.1T,
6roomresl- J. F. Klckllter .
n RENT-one Ap- I reside. Mr. Bell has had charge of Id 'enow that A. D. Andrews was Launders All Fine Fabrics -

.I nf'e on West Madison St. Ga. the Starke Furniture Store for In his home at.time, ,of. abootlng
Phone 133. U W. A. Colley ot Attapulgas, '
|ply W. H. Green,
1 H B " Is here for a visit with his wife two years. Wednesday That the Investigators nIght were told Frl. 2 & Sat. 3 LUX Large Size 25c
1926 and daughter Lois.
Overland ,
U SALE One
Dekle'that A. D. Andrews
The W. T. Weeks Chapter of U. by John -
[model) truck, cash 40.00. Good will meet Wednesday afternoon must not return to n.'ford to live,, .
.ondltlon. M. C. Sweeney, T. W. Baker of Lake Genevawas D. C. look after his Wallace Beery MAXWELL HOUSE
4,252tHI. a business visitor here Wed- at 3:30: at the home of Mrs. operate his store or.
Hampton. V, E. Canova, Sr., Mrs. Canova farms.:

8-room nesday. and Mrs. O. B. Flynn will be hos That four or five families have In"Beggars COFFEE Pound Can '- - 37c
SALE OR RENT- been threatened by the Hitch-
Mrs. Dave Turner of Ft. Laud- tesses.A: ,
two story house on corner of Dekle faction and have' left their,. of Life"Also
Call streets. Apply I erdale l Is VIBltln<<.her parents Mr
and Church,
unusual Interest homes.,
of
to W. E. Daugherty. 4-18-tf. and Mrs. W. A. Bessent. to: Starke broadcast folks will be heard over Extra Special OclagonSCOURING 4


>building R RENT next-Well to E.located M. Johns'omce Mr.friends M. F.here Brown for v of a short Tampa while visited WRUF featuring and Saturday Paul Mrs. Knight Mable when,Wall's a Nolan program Glee Ca- May Start Grade The Lighter that, Failed" CLEANSER, 3 cans l IQc t


office, Starke. Mrs. C. E. Davis, last ,Friday., nova Club,will be broadcasted from theuniversity Flagler End of 28 and I'ATIIE NEWS

2556 Pout st., Jacksonville, Fla. '
station.
Petersburg Clearbrook Creamery
It* Cecil RItch of St. _. .. -' .- -
'
-- was visiting relatives here this -- palatka,April 21_Ad,k that -
Mrs. O. H. Lowry entertained
PIB TIMES-UNION- week. countjn. and of Road BUTTER Pound --45c
FLORIDA informally Saturday In honor of the Flagler -
I Kindly sea ma If you wish the Mrs. Alverna Dean,,, N4'18, will be probably I let' in July I Wed.7&Thurs8Alice ,
I Times-Union'delivered to your Mr. J. J, Truby and Miss Mable her mother.the winter In Starka. ha '''been receJvO:. '>7 .Jhn 7-:

I home. Rates By the week, 20c; Weller entertained week.the Twentieth who Mrs. spent Dean left Monday for St. Campbell large property owner at ATLANTIC REGULAR Size

I >b y the month 85c; payable In Century Club last Louis where she will visit before Shell Bluff, who barf been workIng .' TerryIn
I advance sale, all toward the completion, of this
also for
; paper Colo.
and returning to Denver MATCHES
L. S. Hulto 2
:Mrs.
and packages15c
I drug stores dally and Sunday. Mr. were -- end of the routa. for over a year

I C 0. Strickland, agent. 4-25-21. children. Oliver and Garnlta.A. H. Hall Mrs. James Oodbold, who spent from the stata road1! department.Mr. .
Mr. and Mrs. ,
of
guests Campbell was also Informed
afternoon. several days here with her broth 'THREE PASSIONS"Alao
."ROE CHICAGO MANUFACTURER la Jacksonville Sunday er-in-law; and slater Mr find Mrs.S. that the'"'"Putnam county stretch

I has a piano near KIckllter was hostess -S. Dowling and attended commencement from Florahome to Palatka wouldbe
I Starke which Is slightly used Miss the Thursday exercises of the B. II. let In the near future provided M-C STORE
I and will to the members of paid in its share of
We
partly paid for. Bridge Club last S., returned Wednesday to her. Putnam county 10th Episode f
I Pelt this to a responsible party Afternoon home In Jacksonville. the expense.C. '
I 'illlflg to complete small week. E. Curria chairman of the TARZAN TilE TIGER" "Where Satisfaction Is a Certainty" .

monthly payments. For full E. Knight, QulneyCreamer}" depot opened board of bond trustees for Putnam i,
I Box Col. and Mrs. D. Informed The New
Particulars address P. O. and Paul ; for business here. county.
I 7J. Chicago Illinois.[ 4-85-3t. Mr H, V. Knight :. r. t

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';'. 1.AGI1 NIX ICIADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY,. 11.1! :

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j. t ------ : Nurse Has Never Chicago' people to Plor..1 ida orange blossoms on the BLACK HILLS TROUT LUREFISHERMEN
now is the time to remain In
ida in December on account of the r

;;: Seen Equal Of It cold are now staying In Florida Ida. and buy a home of your ; SEASON OpEjr
::1 f Farmers and Farming for Florida. will always be
; on account of the heat In the r V-

$ _1 (By Agricultural Editor) "In all my years of experienceas Windy City. -' AMERICAN FOI'LIIROOD: t eaIlI

a practical nurse I have never JI" .\VY THIS HKASON

1 S4 ---- ----- ----- _- leen the equal of Sargon. I reached "Thunderbolt" Knight, wearing I INSPECTOR .\ '
} the place where I could: hardly an opal ring, made his 13th double
r '' Farmers and Truckers Are Invited to Contribute Articles -
: a I parachute jump on the 13th of the American foulbrood is

,' > ( of Farm Experiences and Methods Found Iraa month at the Orlando municipal considerable damage to honey

x To Be Best Suited to Our Country >r airport, says the Orlando Sentinel. this season, R. E. Foster,

_._. _. ._ __. __ ___ I Rather airy '"attire for this time Inspector with the State
,. e 1.1" --- -- ,.. --- , . ---- -1 of the year, but they. seem to like Board here, recently stated. !, '

H""II.11; rLl'll k them that way In Orlando. Beekeepers who find dead ig p .y.yt'

{;d' Southern Pine PROGRAM OVER: AVRUF p./ or other abnormal

.'JtJXIGJlT MAY :2 Cannonball Baker may drive the colonies should notify Mr. ,

Is Gold Mine ;' Silver Bullet on the sands of the ter at once. He advi.ud% \ t

Another special. 4-II club pro- world famous beach at Daytona would go or send someone ,
Says Chemist The first driver of the Bullet for vestigate! the trouble and J
gram will bo broadcast over slate
c some reason or other-either of ercome It.
radio station WRUF Friday May
which seems sufficient-hag givenup .It is the practice of some
All 2, from 7:10 to 7:36 p. m., east
Very \clAI..bl"i for Making the extreme of
4 pleasure goingto keepers who find a dead
Kinds ot P''|XT Georgian ern lime Mian! Flftvla Oleaaon. his demise at 250 miles an hour take the comb out and J s.. :, '
state club leader has
,. HIA girls' an- y li adir
'H. e.
nounced. Cannonball and tl\e Bullet should around This, he said, is a
S i '-., make a fast team. eroua practice since
Atlanta, Oa., April 11.-TheSouth' The program will open with, N h-
might have caused the trouble
"Dixie" followed five mlnuto
li S ; endless expanses of scrub by a Some of the Florida cities
newer such action would expose the -
talk Mrs. Ola Powel: Malcolm
slash a're potential gold by ,
by pines should take heart and look for-
; of the apiary. A better
U S. Department of Agriculture.
-nines! X ward to the days when they will Is to burn the old comb and ; '
Within the next five the "America the Beautiful" will\ then a
years St 5 J bigger and better'cities. Charleston unless the Is that
keeper sure
li{ h :South should be able to realize follow, and Miss Guilda Yates, Or- ) K' t
has just celebrated her two bees diseased. If
were not .
ange county 4.11 club girl, and recent e
millions of dollars from Its pine
hundred and fiftieth birthday and are not diseased and the -- "t Aw..c.eaa4'a ..
winner of the 4-H
according to Dr. CharlesH. a trip to '
tr forests, --.... the old lady certainly shows her have not eaten !In the combs
club in Washington D. C.
Herty, noted chemist and na- camp -
1 r age. When Florida cities have attained be used for other colonies, he .
will give a three minute talk. The MRS. NELLIE: TAYLORtake
Georgian.
tive
, the of In the will there be no dearth
age majority they ed. The flshlng season Is on of tlllhlilf
4-11 Health will\ be
Song by
f k ,' These little saplings" represent sung a. nursing case on account of will not have the Hill this year, but then
iii Miss Virginia. McCall followed by as many wrinkles or f Full co-operation of Black Hill Th score of little trout 11
paper, scratch paper fine writingpaper health. A liver be I prospect of the water. ever
sluggish
my poor bothered
by ancestors and lawsof will greatly aid the that down from be
short talk by some 4-H club boy. stream scurry .
a
In Bsried out. because of the
t ; Hthographylng paper 'yale
y; I was the cause of all my troubles.
precedent.
Miss Gleason will make the I forces !in controlling the mountains to the Cheyenne and Belle method of planting flsh.
fact, almost any kind of paper. I was subject to violent headaches, I
month's official 'announcements, this disease, he concluded. Fourche river to wind somewhere salt The Black Bills offers several
before the annual convention -
I Speaking and the will: close with everything I ate disagreed with Mahatma Gandhi has broken the c.o the Missouri are alive with loch- vantage. to the fishermen. Thtrti
1 ? ,/ of the American Chemical program me and I'd have such attacks of English laws in India by taking (even, raInbow. and brook trout The abundance of nsh. The dip
;> Society here, Dr. Herty ,told! the "Home Sweet Home. Indigestion that I'd really become water out of the ocean and makingsalt NITROGEN KIIK ))IU SSI trout season opened April 1. and will crisp and sunny with very unit 9
b '' assembled scientists of WILL PROVE () .\ for treme beat at noontime
4 progressIn alarmed. My nerves were simply out of It. This may bring on close September 30 The season and
experiments to utilize the pine threadbare! Sargon was exactlythe a war with India and England. AROUND: COTTON, crappiea, pike perch pickerel and! at night. And the splash of mountu
MinBan extend from May 1 to Feorunrj that the Rockies throw out aheta
trees in the manufacture of the I f r---
I medicine I needed. My appe- Gandhi seems to be the salt In the Side! dressing cotton and 28. and bass from June I to a sentry make such a eonpu
FARM PROGRAM"The
WIt UF
from wood pulp. I
a: paper tite returned without the least Indigestion British beef. February" 38 More than one million country that the angle In warts!
',,;' "The economic possibilities of Voice of Florida"The I enjoy refreshing sleep with some quickly available little trout batched in the state and' variety a* well a* trout can tut
5 + y the slash pine are remarkable" I I and I feel I like a different person. Will Rogers receives $500 a gen fertilizer, like nitrate of federal Bah hatcheries since the Brat' dozen stream a day. Or be cm cm,

, 'L4 r Dr. Herty said. "Through experl- "Sargon Pills have my liver do- minute for advertising talks over sulphate of ammonia, or of the year, will be released In the It the Idle pastime of a late Ute
ments which that on all major nitrate, will prove stream this spring. Several thousand starting out In the cool of thenoot
: prove
farm given by work
;15 i t programs Ing Its as nature intended the radio. Now If news
papers mouth black baa were'planted and getting back to his beat
la suitable Florida, according to J. D. big
the
11f,' e points slash pine the Florida. Agricultural. ExtensIon and my complexion has improved could receive'$500 an inch for ad- lost year In Orman Lake and not only hotel with the early dark.
r5, k for conversion into paper Service over state radio station wonderfully." Mrs. Nellie Tay vertising we Could have bigger and er, assistant agronomist with I -.

;: 6 S qw from pulp, the South and particularly WRUF will open with musicat lor, 2600 N. W. 54th st. Miami better newspapers and much less Florida Experiment Station. With the signing of a contractby ber of Commerce, assures the
.
ti 4" y Oeorgla will occupy a new 12:16: eastern time, each day Canova Pharmacy, agents.Building static. In only a few cases has I Maj. 0. T. Friend, -vice pre lI eating of a. $10,000,000 paper
VY place In the Industrial spotlight next week. Bill and Abe, feature made any appreciable re at Panama City as a part at J
of the Southern Com-
Kraft
th' "At the present time newsprint farm entertainers, will appear on Ruth Hanna McCormick of Illinois potassium or phosphorous, I activity: of the International jj
\I Gi) ,I paper Is furnished In the United the Monday Wednesday UpI tated. Nitrogen put on as a the manufacture of paper
(: programs is "burning them up" In her per Co., !In the South.
I States by Canadian and Swedish and Friday. Aside from answers dressing goes- immediately Florida pine became a defin I
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campaign for, U. S. Senator'tryinsto .
f J t interests. Their paper .is made from the Farm Question I Florida oust the senator Chaa.: plant with t'he loss of very item in the industrial activity -
present
I ), from Canadian spruce. Box and U. S. Farm Flashes the Deneen. Like our own Ruth,Bryan leaching. He advised putting the state. This contract, ac Flatirons will heat quickly!

4 "The advantages of slash pine program" follows: Owen Mrs. McCormick In 100 pounds per acre when to William rL. Wilson, they are covered with a bread p|

: t, over Canadian spruce are many, Saturday. May 3-Florida Farm the atmosphere of politics grew being up was around 40 days old, and of the Industrial Com- This Is especially -helpful whet
and chief of these differences lies News and U. S. Agricultural Situa- tho tioned that It be put near but of the Florida State Cham- oil or gas stove Is used.
it1' daughter of the late Mark
'q.I r in the basic cost of the cut wood tion Review Hanna of Ohio. thrown on the tender corn. -

:;J? v and the time taken' by the tree for, Monday May 6-Meeting of The use of a top dressing on

I maturity ''I "Florida Farmers' Radio Club with ,/; w Those banks that we have left ton,.he stated( will greatly
4 f "The northern mills are paying Frank W. Brumley assistant getting a supply of bolls before
,
processor in Florida seem to be mighty good We
.ir.,1 t $20 a cord on the average for the' of farm management College ones and their deposits are climb- weevil does much damage. YES can charge your 8 HR

,-t spruce, while slash pine l is avail of Agriculture, main speaker, x. Ing all the time. All of this gives about 76 to 160 pounds per I
.. able for $6 a cord. And the ma-' discussing. Percent of Culling and rise to the ausplclon that we evidently about two weeks after the STORAGE BATTERY In d dSmith's

!\' t\lurlty time on spruce Is 60 to 60 Mortality 'on Florida Poultry had too many banks In Is chopped, he added.
Wi years while 12 to 15 years are Farma. .
Florida Just about the time we had
;!d! '' sufficient for pine Paint brushes which have
( Tuesday, May 6-Summer Grove too many subdivisions and "plus
,fl I ,% "From the time that I discovered Fertlllzatlon--Dr. It.v.. Uup- a fours" come hardened may be' 4

$,1v\ there was no resin content recht, chemist, Florida Experiment t softened by boiling In vinegar Garage' ;

I.' t 4 in the slash pine! the progress in' Station. Summer Control ofRootknot Tho United States has an Increase 16 minutes.

proving the practicability of this L. W. Zeigler,' assistant of one person In every IS't
'!f ;1.', tree's usefulness In making paper; in entomology, Florida Experiment twenty-three seconds, according to

t has been rapid. The next step: Station. recent statistics of the census department. Bladder
'' lie almost In the hands of the
''cit I Wednesday. May 7 The placeof This being the case
p, ., people of the South. Eggs In Florida's Health and there Is evidently overcrowding In If functional Bladder
.,,. .
'W d i "I make a whole-hearted plea '- -' disturbs
s ] Nutrition Program -- Miss MaryA. I the big cities and thousands ot your sleep, or
.;-' that property owners quit burning Stennis, extension nutritionist. ft Hon. NATHAN.aar MAYO a these people should be coming to Burning or Itching Sen

.*, Y over land and destroying young Primer for Town Farmers. Florida where there is plenty ot Backache, Leg Pains, or mu \.-
Florida Is still a frontier stat with
,
treed. aches
j.) Thursday, May 8 Improve- room to raise families. making you feel tired,
million of acres ot fertile but unsettled -
':r.. g "Let the trees grow-In them ment in Our Beef Cattle SituationA. land, says Hon. Nathan Mayo pressed, and discouraged, why
:i will be found almost remarkable try the Cy tex 48 Hour Test
t P, Spencer, vice-director, commissioner of agriculture ot that Newspaper men and women are ?
v
ai profits! Florida Agricultural Extension state. making arrangements to visit give; up. Get Cystex today. Qtft
4 Y "Next, let It be borne in mind Service. News About Florida An aggressive campaign to buildup Quincy on May 16 and 17 at which It to the test. See for

? that the state must adopt a fair Livestock Troubles-Dr. E. F, the agricultural Industries of time the Florida Press Associationwill how quickly it works and 1 :'-, . .
; taxation of cut-over lands where Thomas, assistant veterinarian, Florida, Including dairying, poultry hold their annual l meeting. does. Money back If it -- ::::- 1I
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raising, and kindred lines bas been
', trees will mature. Give the Blast : Station. bring> quick improvement
Experiment and
waged for year by Mr. Mayo from This will give J many folks an opportunity )-
)! I pine a chance. Friday May 9-Ups and Downs bis headquarters at Tallahassee.Ton to see the Great Empire Isfy you completely. Try

i i ir > of a Florida li'armer-Cltrua trou- of well-written and authentic of West Florida; and get acquainted Today, Only 60c. Corpening's BOYS

} I bles E. F, DeBusk, extension literature) prepared by expert of the with the finest general farming Store.
department on the state's agricultural \ -
RURAL COMMON: SENSE citrus pathologistentomologist.HINTS country In the South 1
r. and have
resource opportunities
I 000-- ,-.-.....- _
:r.i Hy Hpuda Johnson been sent without charge to peopleIn -.p-
;4 all part of the country. In a two The Florida Press Gang will .
t II I II year period the bureau of Immigration give three cheers for Pa and Ma Say it with Flowers GLOVES

.; ) DEVELOPING: THE Cllll.n I TO HOUSEWIVES I'I which Is included In the depart Ruhl who have recently taken over ....... -.
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I ment of agriculture, received 33.463: MITTS
I the management of the Okeecno-
letter of Inquiry a* to Florida's op. GET YOUR -
Nowadays they are talking a lot Homo Demonstration Agent I portunities. Mr. Mayo' leadership bee News. Since Ma Rutil prom Flowers For All

about "nutrition" of children I I I ha brought msgnlflcent result. ised a chicken dinner to the editors BALLS'
haven't yet been able to understand whenever they visited her OccasionsGERTRUDE

;t. r everything about this "vlt- HEALTH': SCORING they have been waiting for that r?,,.- ,-?-.. ?-,...,-.,.-.. BATS
i amine A, vitamins n and vltamlneC" I1KUINS: IN MAY chicken that never came. MaybeIt

''ills! business, but there la one will be a fish dinner at Okee- GODBEY
Florida was winner In the Nat. JUST IX PASSING
thing I have gathered from all this chobee.
talk about It. It l is that for best tonal Health Contest for 1929. Remember By R. J. Holly ANDERSON .F'REE

growth and development of a that health scoring beginsIn Chairman Wood of the House Phone 39 Waldo Fla
,
,a t child's body, It Is necessary for the May, and let's do It again. Appropriations Committee says -._ _ 'I __
child to have a variety of foods In Plenty of milk along with at "Use Human Breath to Put Out the Med tly nag been In Florida Solicit Among Your Friends and Neighbors for

its diet, and for It to have plenty east two cooked vegetables, one Ftro" says headline in dally paper. tor many years and all appropriations New Subscribers to thelJ1o1.j

o i of milk, eggs, oranges, tomatoes fresh' vegetable and fresh fruits Some of It is thick enough but should stop and the fly de- :
e a a and vegetables and fruits. every day J Is your best chance: to ; much of the human breath today clared dead. 'All right Will. Why COFFINS & CASKETSAnd : { )a' !iiiir -Uitiuit

,, ,r 1 That looks like It Is pretty simple health. would start a fire rather than extinguish don't you make It unanimous Full Line ofUndertakers'

r doesn't It? Mrs. Johnson must Average weight I I. not perfect: It. Florida did not discover the fly Walt Welter.. Johnson Glove ... ....... .. ......... .. .9 New Sub.

I ,' have had a pretty good Idea about five to eight pound above 1 Is de- and Florida cannot banish the fly. I Supplies Wally Pipp Johnson Mill Ball. .,............... ..... .. .. ..::5 New Sub.
all Mlr'able./ Detailed care of skin, A dead man cannot legally vote We AUTOMOBILE T'VVVVVHVSI* ** *)*)*)**.) ,O New Sub.
children for wait
the of the HEARSEAlwarai
feeding ours grew pleasure ROller
4 government HornebyClove Cloy. ...
...
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lair, and nails 1 I. Have .... .. ... ., New Sjb.
s off to be pretty bUlky, and are not necessary in J'tllcbllanl.ecordln\ << to a recent on Hand. The but Catchers . .. ... .. ... .. .. 7 New Subl.
troubled with Indigestion dyspepsia teeth cleaned and tilled If necessary. : I ruling in the court Now we seem l I ..n-I... .< Ik.. lowest price Big League B. . . . ".". ". .. ?.4 New Subl.
bowlegs, or any other serious Leave the rouge; box at to be getting: somewhere with the Florida real estate Is moving, !Special! attention to telegraph
+tt ailment. home, and clean up the complexIon law. Horn dead ones are still voting Florida potatoes are being shipped order.REGISTERED. I START NOW I

4 By the way do you know what I by eating fresh fruit and vegetables in part. of Florida. Florida celery bringing better BMHALMER

r saw In the paper the other day little Sweets and meats, I prices than ever before Flor- DEWITT C. JONES _ _ _ _S llb/'k r; Mu l Sign! Order
_ _ _
1i It said that bowlegs are not necessarily and of drinking at leaat six glasses The wonders. in field and stream ida orange crop has no flies on It. TAItKE. FLORIDA Florid. Times-Union ,... ..7.7.7...". J-k.onviih, na.
'i the result of the child's water dally. and the beauties of Nature in Florida crops In general are good. Please start
r, trying to walk too soon, the-yare Take plenty of exercise so as to Florida will be known to the Florida sunshine Is over all, Flor- and Sunday Florida delivery Tmei-Unton.to m.. .t .ddr.... 'below' 01 the Daily

, more apt to be the result ot lack maintain good us of the muscle world some day and the world will for a period of 19 weeks. 1 agree 10 contin_ II a subscribe -
v'y' +1 ,4 of lime and phosphorous In the Sit tall, stand tall, walk tall, and make a beaten path to our door. f. weekly. .t. of 20 cents.Name' paying. tarns each week al ergular -

I p'' t diet. Seems funny doesn't It? I had sleep 10 houra every night Remember Here's hoping they hurry and beat t

,t'' never stopped to think about It that poise, self control, the path before we have to beatIt LUSTERKOTEDOZIER Addre.a

:hat way It also said that bad and attitude l is Important. Your to some other seaport.

t' a teeth are the result of the lack ot food and health habits will always Y
} I speak for themselves.The Highest grade waterproof
4' these minerals which are contained Went Palm Beach voters have & GAY'SLUSTER

'+ 4 in milk and vegetables and menu elected Joe Earman as one of the varnish and stain in scientific -
,6 1'' fruits and egg. was used city commissioners. Joe I la the
''I i -t All onus are familiar with the by: the Shady Sixteen, Home Demonstration former editor of the Palm Beach combination; it is both

+h 1 ; old expressions about the boy being Club, Marlon County, Independent and has held many
t' fry t' father of the man, and I dare which: club made the highest score Jobs of Importance In his day but -KOTE elastic and tough and will.

.J. Is say many of ua have never paid In food, nutrition and health for he Is now tackling one of the most
much attention to them. Come to' 1929)) Florida pineapple cup, radishes difficult ones In his career. How not turn white under hot or

b 7_ think of It, however It Is easy to young onions, smotheredmilk ever, Joe Earman knows hU Palm cold water.
I see that the child that receive proper fed chicken, buttered green Beach poinsettla and he will make
food and care lit more apt to pea, steamed carrots, potato souffle good.

t grow into a good citizen both steamed young turnip greens; DRIES IN 4 HOURS .

fS r'i, i, physically 'and mentally. tomato and lettuce salad, Ice One of the principal reasons for ----

rtrt ,' t And last, but not least our cream, plain cake and cltrusade. tUe visit of AI Capone to Miami at The Above Orders Wer. Secured. By
ty children should receive the proper All of the products were grown In this. time Is the hot weather In Bradford County Farmers

t; j moral training so that they will the county. Chicago, The thermometer regis Nam ...............................,........ .

t'N' i f grow After; all Into, that good.Is citizens still\ important.morally, Extension:Mary A, Stennls Nutritionist, tered Chicago 90 one degrees day In last the week shade and In Supply Company I Ik1'If71'tv I Address ...-.....-..............................




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soso BRADFORD COUNTY TKI.EGRAPII. STARKK FLOIUDA .. ---- --- ----- c_ ___ __.__ __
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------ day. of May 193(1.( to determine east Quarter of rJnutnx
-- ford County, and will appreciate est Assistant who has just completed I Panama. City -- Brewer's Pharmacy nether vnld bond shall. be Issued and Bast Half of SOllth.

ital Announcements your vote and ,support, promising It THE QUALITIES I recently destroyed by fire, ,m herein described' and that at suchlection of Northwest Quarter ,
elected. to give th.. dutl.s of the of- the supervision ot the formerly the question to be submitted . of Northeast Quarter of >.
lie careful consideration will will reopen In quarters I, and HoiithwxH ,
.. A tto.. ., and shall lie "For Ilond or Quarter Quit
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.. Twenty-Sixth at all time* work for the: bent Interest planting ot halt a million one year occupied by Atkinson Electrical Avatnst "on.", ." Northwest Quarter of Norv

,.rb. of embracing the. Bak.r. of Urudford County an a whole.J. old pines These cams from the OF LEADERSHIPBy < Shop under namo ot Brewer's IT IS FURTHER niCSOl.VKn: that Quarter and Went Half of NorthsQuarter
ndYord counties, I hererl M. 110311CH.SCHOOL there be appointed thn followlnK I asmannffprs ( of N.rlhw"NIuart..\
"my candidacy. (or the : State Nursery at Raiford and Drug Store. : : J, J. lUunnen, J. C. Keene N.rlh..nMtmrl., .... all In W ctlos 1: *.

..ei Attorney of the M. lln.lt notiti. IOT.. a I from private seed beds supervised Inverness' -- Ideal Market on ami l I.. J. Wynn of ..uM .election and Tn-p. B, Hoiith Hunge 22 Kant, ,
Circuit of J. V Jones, as clerk, of saidolectlon. V5 .acre or less.,
"' Judicial I hereby announce my candidacyfor JOHN Q. LONSOALE .w.r.
14"" ""le-t the Democratic by the Florida Forest Service. Main street repainted. If V KNiaHf.Ktpcttul .
,ll.>!JT m to of rd, IIMO.i Hchool re-election board from as a District member 2 of, and the The demand for forest. tree President American Bankers Winter Park Hamilton Cato ,IT 11<4 Ft'HTllRH' KKSOIA'KDAND :: MUttler.K ..
;, r: o.n'i h.liiiILfore OHDICHKD that the foreffnlnic ..
JOHNS.Solicitor '
III have .
continue to give the duties of the
i and am mlliar will seedlings has greatly exceeded Association opened to public In Hamilton Hotel resolution be published for .
Complainant
.lee perl..lnlnthltrelo.. the the ofllce voters my see very It to best return attention me for It output ot the State Nur ery. To LEADERSHIP and success la a building.Eusttn In, the a newxpaper Hrudford Countv published TeleKraph .In- 4-4-51-1-2:

,ated.I promise economical an. einMe ad.if -- mother term. Your support In solicited meet the demand for planting are' synonymous. Construction ot building Mradford County, Klorldu. and publication
.and
1 the affair of the of'll and will be appreciated. stock there will be produced at They are both founded upon simple on Citrus avenue for Pearl be for the period of four
*all'' L>. iliA Y. consecutive weeks beginning: on HMSTKH'S" \I.K
,\ ,v I! appreciate..Id ....Ieclton.A. the. nupport the Nursery In excess ot a million codes ot thought florist Hearing completion. 1 the 25th day. of Apr. 19:10: there being

ol"" In S. CREWS.Starke FOIl SCHOOL 110 \II I) trees during this year. These will and action upon River Junction Construction no newspaper published In said. Hp.- Notice Is hereby: given under and

Fla. I hereby announce myself a candidate be furnished at cost to landowners the realisation of new Baptist church building i-lal Tux Mvhool" Dlntrlct No. 2. by virtue of that certain flal feemadtt
for member of the school board. H. D. MAY ami entered. toy: th* lli.ni hl t.
District No. 3. If re-elected I promlite to plant up Idle acres. that he wbo noarlng completion. Chairman Honrd of 1'ubllc Instruction A. /. Adklnn, Judge of the TweatySixth -

uR 1I..rln 8ENTATIVIiIe the continued faithful discharge Sixteen Vocational Agricultural wins the lanrela New Port Rlchey L. & C. of Kradford County, Florida, Judicial Clrriilt nf rh'I". .. Inami
method ot announ lnlr duties of the Your ATTKHT: for Hrudford .
of the support ( ,. FrnrWaon
ndlda..Y Ihl" for ..epre".nt..tlv. Is solicited olllc"n ho appreciated. Schools!, and two hundred and fifteen must be a doer Grocery purchased by W, H. Phll- A. J. OIUFKIS, th* 25th day f'..nt March A. P.,

., tlford "ounlY. .ubJ.ct to ac.r A. 11. SUimiSNCY.MIOMHKH : students have taken up the not a waiter I 1'pn.: Superintendent Hoard of Public InMructton 1930 In that ".rlllt. cause taetlnpending '
r vemo"ratl" prlm8.rr: otrd. of Hradfvrd. County, Florlila. -
Ih subject of Forestry. In addition that application Tallahassee Brick Lincoln Secretary of saidHoard. In chancery "h".ln fas:
If el<...led. I pl..dlC'e my. SCHOOL ..10111)I and ex-alllvlo of Itark.. Is ('..lph.ln..nl and n K.
work tor the"county b..t Intere.t.ot and utate hereby announce 'my."" a candidate to planting pines supplied by the ot energy not High School building for negroes 4-26-61-4-23 .1 Jones., Debbl* Jfctll,

'."" of"my support will be for re-election an a member" Forest Service these boys are raisIng time or I luck la formally dedicated. Iill her. lall. Jessie lal. llxsoe. llh.ll.Carl .
.Your .
Jo. Ida .... Jn ,
andUawtey >*s
.y
Starke
WAlNWUianT.iftlSTY of the school board the what counts HK! OM'TIOAt \ .
JS5'l 13 seedlings for reforesting Florida! plans Improvement pro
districts, and If reelectedwill Marie* Jone* and W. J. Knprsn, a*
continue giving the bent serviceof idle acres on their own farm lands. most. A rab gram ot $110,926.648 this year.- administrate. of the estate .t N. n.

: COMMI8SIONRML.hv which 1 am capable to the schools Some fifty plantings have been bit's tout Is a Times. a special. meeting of the Tlnanlof Jones, deceased. ar* tlefendaals Ihstth
J. T. MOOKB Davenport of HradfordCountv undersigned na ktoarfMy,
myself as a can- of Bradford county. Public Instruction wil.
re-election announce to the board of I made alongside well traveled roads poor substitute Barlh -- Tile factory will be Florida, which special. meetInw the Mh clay of 'Y. l>., Ial. *srIng -

.t"r commIHMlone... for Di.trlct In forty counties. These are Intended for horsa sense. John G. ". constructed here at cost of approximately was held. pursuant. to call of th. legal hout-H nf sale. tbevenrlIn
Bradford county sub- Over a Billion Deadly Germs Both success which all. members had personal notice front of the South door. *f ..*
Two Democratic Primary offcril as practical demonstrations ot the $200.000.Jack..onvllle on the, 2rd day of April 111.10.there t'ourlh"u... In the City nf "talk*.
." the in a Single Drop of Water* nnd leadership.! If they be at such tnerttngIf. Hradford County, Slate of .Mii,
and solicit your .ut>- as to what the land will pro ot Burwell' Company being present ..
1930. highest quality! are the result D. May. A. n. tuirrency., nnd J. T. sell to the highest hl l ter t. *ash.
Ccnns are eo email that there may duce when well stocked with will build annex to plant at
In thla capacity for service to humanity. Service has Moore, members anil A. J. Irlltls, the toUnwlnl tlescrkbed luatlft Ivtagand
.. served the people a be as many as one billion, seveu hun pines. "tha supreme I .out of $60,000.Jacksonville Secretary of said Hoard the following Hradfurcl County, FlrItla. -
I years given economical service dred million of them in a drop of been aptly described ss among other proceedings, were to-wlt:
I<,mint and It elected.< to continue water. And Just a few of these tiny Requests' for planting stock Indicate commitment ot life." Ana Continental Can had to-wlf: Houlheast Quarter i>f NnrtkwcntQuarter

'onservatlv e. and economVvlit germs if they get into your blood that a false Impression prevails lYle the lives and times ot all great Company to establish business Member "Hurrency' presented n res. of Stertlun Twentv-ntae,

"III' I have heretofore ranami through, a cat in your skin, may make In some quarters that the leaders of history and you will\ here employing about 180. her nlutlnn J T.nnd Moore upon seconded motion. tiy of. Memher Mem, I Township Tw..I-ut feven IIMI. tot Knuth.tie .vr.UaeI us* ot

will appreciate your up- you BO sick: you will ba in: bed for Florida Forest Service Is raising find tUat those whose names are ''t "durrency, resolution was put b*. satisfying .Id decree.A.

J. a. CREWS. weeks may cause tha. loss of a limb pine seedlings to plant up roadsides enshrined in the haarts of their for the Hoard anil. nil members votIng 5. r KW.J,
blood may even OltltKII FOH" IM'HI.ir\TK)MIn Ave and none Nav resolution Special Master In Chaaory.P. .
through poisoning dreadful and and for beautlftcatlon purpose countrymen era those who sought wan. adopted, said resolution' beingIn m.) KNltll'f.

ifT-Ol': TV COMMISSIO.MKHlp.by infect you with that most !!. Mr. Baker states that this to render a needed service to the Circuit Court Twonty-Slxth words and figure* as followsVIIKKMAS. : "olelu.. ,..oplalnan'.
announce myself a candlor fatal of diseases, lockjaw. Florida Forest Judicial Circuit. Ilrailfnrd County \ at n meeting of this 44SIR2KOTIC'K
re-election' all county comor Just because you can seo no dirt in Is erroneous as the populace. need NtHte of Florida. In Chan".ry.Thelm. ftnnrd, held on the. Url day of April .-
district three. If re-elect- that it is Service Is chiefly concerned Leadership. like success, .. l.afll.. 19.10: I ther wan presented a petitionsigned \
>"' a cut docs not mean international or hv more I than 25 cent ort
per
the people however, be .
continue to give with making Idle acres productive not. I Complainant.VH
The
111 faithful and You cannot see germs. clean.j results. t thn qualified. .elector who nre. freehnldttrs -
hoford county a of the duties and sane thing to do, ia to and planting tock is only distributed national to achieve grent 13. Vernon T.nflle, residing within the territory ---

nt performance alway for the wash cut no matter how , commercial forestry There Is room for each ot us to U..ten.t..nt.It . known and designated as Hpe- In (Irul.'O.lt. nriiilforri '.IID' ,
working for
offlce. every ) in I Hal Tax Hchool District I No. 1 ofHradford ''a* r. *raiI.HIKI !
community affidavit appendedto I. (h..n..y.
interests of the entire county. with Liquid""Borozono, to kill the purpo es. be a leader In bill ai>-nrlnHT hill filed by In the nbovn-stutpd' County Florida. prayingthis Hank Columbia, a *erra*

UND RIlILL. germs, and then dust it with Borozona The only enemies to be feared his work. In his rburch and In rausa the Ihat to). Vrnon I...KHe., the .Hoard. to call .an ..la..II..1I to determine tlon: Complnlnnnt. vs. Avay Tanoa*
Powder; to hasten the healing. Liquid various organisations. dnfendunt therein nuinml Is H nonresident whether said school. district et al., defeuiluntn. Forcclesor. *lMortgage.

a ('otSTY: COMMI1I810 EU Boroisone costa 30 cent: CO cent: *. $120 are fire hogs and goats according r\t the Indispensable qualities of thA Mtntft of Florida And 1 shall Issue. bonds In the sum .
Oat
of t7.IIIIO.OO for the purpose of acquiring Order .t IPj.Uea.liTh
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candlreelection out rnsldftnre la unknown and
myself a who points thnt his
announce Powder 30 cents to Mr. Coulter
reby as county comLmer and $1.GO; Borozono : 01 leadership Is the ability to that defendant. la over th. "Ke of building enlarging, furnishing Sti te nf Florlitai To .. Mraiin
for dlBtrlct five comprising and CO cents, and can be had at that fire the red menace ot all persist steadfastly in the face ot t w..nty-oll". yenrs: It IK thvrefora ordarnd or otherwls Improving and Frank 8. Hudson. rrsl*>..** ua-
If re-elect- Canova Pharmacy. be adequately controlled that. said n..n.r..ld..nt defendant building* or schiml grounds or for known.
New River. trees can Washington .
LYr and of faith,4 discouragement If George lie ami h.. In herebyrequired any other exclusive use of public It from th. affidavit *f
iromlse a. continuance the ot fire laws and proper free schools within said "Special. Tax .pl'.rlnl
of the by use had not possessed tba qual. to appear to the bill (" ""I.h.lnlnl' Rollcttor In th* av*
elllclent, the office performance, and will work SUPPLY OP ONE YKAK OLD organ Iza .(on. Uy ot persistence, be and his soldiers of complaint filed In II a I d "School, District. to be used by the entitled. cause duly file*) therein,
and
of whit children of said District
cause for divorce cm or bbforft Monday that th. of H. Htau a4
bent Interests of the county.T. PINES KXIIAUHTKU Unfilled orders for this winter would have survived thl* Hoard having duly considered. r..ld.n.
a never the 2nd day of June A. 1>. 1MO.utnurwlHO Frank H. I* each umkawa,
OSTEEN. will be held over until next plant the hunger and privations which the allutmUons of said. bill. said petition and the facts. stated. anil that lo".n. no perm* In Ik*
will be taken confessod by said therein and having determined that .state of Florida Ih servlc. .* subpoena
will be aa
the the supply :
COl'NTY COMMIMIONISItcreby "Florida Is awakening to ing season when were theirs at Valley Forge defendant. said petition, lit signed hv more than In Chancery upon wkm

B announce myself a candlreelection need of reforestation" gays Mr. available to all who request plantIng We have too many young men i It In further ordered. that this. order 25 per cent of the qualified\ : electorsresiding would hind either ot the .uM *.-
said I Tax. HchoolDistrict
In Hpeclal
comner Forest .be published onro a week forfour rendnnts. nluive nnmeit and that ***hof
as county Forester stock from the Florida and women these days sayIng
for Harry Lee Baker State young c..II..lIve weeks. In the liradford N... 2, and that the Issuanceof nuniedi defcailants.
HampTher the *
No.4. ar
District
|" from Ha and Graham and Ifrcted on reviewing the planting work Service at Tallahassee. a job cannot be done. Too County Telegraph, a newspaper bond* as. praved for therein. Isnecessary over th al"v of twenty-un yeais. *fage.

will continue to Blve the just completed by the Florida many spend their time explaining: published In Haiti cuunty and fully compile, nnd* with that the said.law petition, It IH.th..t..re It Is therefore ...".. that
the bent service I am capablei Ground broken can't be done instead state.This. th* salil. defendants K. Hraua aadFrank ,
iy Jacksonville thing
why a
Miillrlt your support at the Forest Service. April Zrtlli 1030. H, Hudson whoso reside. *** I I.
> Education firm resolve, that U. W. AM>KKMAN.ORIclal ; HKHOI.Vlin: : Jay this Hoard. nfPubllo
ry June 3rd. Q. VV. H1NSONII Ninety-nine plantations were for proposed Christian of saying with "I"'k Cln-ult Court Instruction In special. meetIng unknown ilo anil lhy ar* amefcveach
(
Baal.)
Florida this winter building to be erected for River It can b.. done and then going out ( lly ULANC1II3! AM>KUMAN, on this the 23rd day of April requlriul. .. appear I* Ik* kill
made throughout that ought : that It I I" expedient and forth of Complaint In 'h" cause. wbk** Is
COMMISSIONERke HMO
( .>.rSTY Park Methodist Episcopal and doing It. Anything IJepiity Clurk.B. .
this method of announcing according to the report submitted side ot being M. JOHNS Stark. to'"'. best Interests of salil HpeclalTax .11. to tur.'I. a .ortlaa. ad
amlldncy for County Com mi.- Mr. C. H. Coulter. For church south. to be done Is capable Solicitor for Com pia,nant. Hchool District No. 2 of Hrad- relief, on ill.irlt Number One, Brad by -- done. And anything worth doing 6-l-Et-5-90 ford C'ounty, Florida, that. thl Hoard the 5th rinr ot M.,. A. I>.. "3*.
r --- ---- r --- ___----'p'P i : .rft doing well. The fellow on behalf of said District. do Issue otherwise th* allegations nf "al" mil
-- worth
Is
__ -z- - at all and sell bond* In the amount nf 97- of Complaint will be taken ... **nfessed -
who handles a little job In a 00000 for the purpose. .as .tateil. In by each of you. It I I" further
big Is always on the road to OIIIHOU you I'l'lll.lfATIO'M: said. petition above referred. to. ordered thnt. this fircler of publication
way .
----- HK IT FHItTIIKIt ItNI greater fields.BANKERS. In Circuit Court Twenty-Sixth. Judicial that said bonds shall. be In the. denomination four conseruttcve weeks. In Ik*
Clrc-iilt, Ilradfnrd County= of |10.110. thnt bonds Hradford Countv Telegraph, a aewspuper -
Htate of Florida. In Chancery.Pearl shall hear data of July 1, 11)30) with published In P..kH. KrutlfiirdCounty.
STUDY UlnsslpComplainant. Interest. thereon at the rate of ft 1-S Florida.Wllnes .
per cent per. .annum payable. on the th* hanc of Ih* ue Ur-
CHAIN BANKING V". 1st day. of July and the 1st day.. oflunuary ..1.n..1 Clerk .. abov* tiaie.
Claud UlosslpDefendant., of each. year, and such anil th* seal tif said <...
bonds to become due .and payable. as I>..r..unt. affixed no ihts list day ef
The Economic Policy Commission It apnearliiK l>y nflldavlt appnnded follows* March A. !>., 1930: nl Mar he. Florida.II. .
to the bill: riled In the above- I)n* Thousand Dollars. on July I, W, AII .IUIAI.IAeal
of the American Bankers Association stated CRUMB that Claud Illoeslp. the 1935, and one thousand. dollars on ( ('...rl.t l'Inl .rt
has been specifically instructed defendant therein named Is a nonresident July I of each of th* years. lv3t to K, JOlN*.
of the Htate. of Klnrldn. and tn.l. .Incluslv. *. Solicitor Ciim liiliiant..
t>y the general convention that his residence Is unknown and ''bn-Th: principal: and Interest of said 445161worKM '
the association to study that ha Is over the aae of twenty- shall he pnyabl* at th* olllc* -
ot one years; It I I... therefore. ordered nf the Chase National Hank 'In the
and report on chain and group that said non-resident defendant be ''Itv of Nw York Mtat of New ...'I..m." .!.U.I

and also on and he Is hereby required to appear York. -
banking developments to the lilll of complaint filed In said Hhl'IT KtmTIIKH TIKHOI.VKD Hereby nutlc* .ts gtvn that uiulr
the proposal ot the Comptroller ot cause for divorce on or befora Monday that an election be, .and the sntne Is and by: virtu* ot tha 2nd day of June, A. 1>. 1030. hereby called to be h..hl..t the schoolhouse of foreclosure. made liy th*
the Currency: for an extension otherwise thn allegations of said I II Hampton' Via, on th* 24th nf lh" ZHIh. Judicial, Clrriilt,

branch banking In the national bill will be taken as confessed by day, of May 10.111 to determinewhether ,11.1. for Hradforil County, Florida,
I snld' homls shall, Im Issued.
said defendant. 22nit *
In Chancery, banking system, to permit thoss It IH further ordered that this order ,as herein. descrlbeil and that at such March. ,' A. I) l 3hi. favor nf Ik:
branches In tha be published once a week for election thn question. to be submitted 'KeuerHl l.n.1 f ColiirnMa.
banks to conduct "
four consecutive w..kM In Ihu llrad- shall be "I or II...".. or ('. F. l.ifikfleld i-
trade. areas surrounding their locations. ford County Teleicraph' a newspaper "Airnlnst llonils.*' .. ".ralon.._ ___ .11..II..t Il. Defrntfutits.The .
publlHhud In said. 1 C'ounty andstale. IT IH FIIUTIIKII" ': ItKHOI.VKK: that as Hpeclnl. Mauler,
I there. t h" appointed" thn following Inl..r..lln.I.. st the *f
R. S. Ilecbt President Itlbernta Thl April 2flh l t9 tn. tis managers: J. .1. Hrannen. J. CKeene wil .I"In ., f..nl
house
II. W. AMHCIIMAN: I and I,. J. Wynn of snld election I Court "IA.k. . ..
Bank and Trust Company New Orleans (Oinrlal H"al > Clerk circuit Court.lly .and .1. V. Jones', a* tlerkof during the legal I". sale. *
AI Mar Mh. 11*, I* Ih highest
Is chairman of HL.ANCI114 AT.OKltMAN. said. election.IT M""IIY.
Louisiana, and heiil Midler for nrh Ik*
: Deputy (.'lurk, 1".ItTIII'Il1tmcOI.VI'!\ .' : ; !1I AND
the commission. The members hi M. JOIIN.t.: Rlarke, 1<'1.... OIltMCItKD( that the. foregoing resolutions following do".I."o property Ivlng
Vice President Hollcl'or for Complainant. he published In the Hradford and being Uro.U...) Cuiinly FlorUla -
are: George E. Roberts 5- -81530.NOTICM County Telegraph, 'a newspaper pub.llHhnd . InwlltHotithwest
National City Dank, New \ In I Hruilford: County, Klnrlila, Quarter of ftoutheaslQuarter
I and publication be. for th*. period of and Houtheust. Quarter *fHouthwest
York N. V., vice chairman; Nathan Of I.t.rlo" four consecutlvo weeks, beginning Qunrler. nnd I sirlp, *f

Adams President American Exchange nil tha 26th day of April lino! there land 100 feet wide .. Knr\:. Hide ...fH."lhw..t
At "a special inm-tlnir of the Hoard. being no newspitpet' publlsheri In Qliitrl*' .if MnntkoieslQuarter
National Bank, Dallas. of PuMliInstruction ot liradford said rtpiitlal Tax Hihool District No, Heitlon II, Twi. 1. Miialfc,

Texas: ; Leonard P. Ay res, VIce County Florida which special nteMInir I.U Hangit. 20 F.ast.. Also NurlhwestCJuuiler
Co. was held pursuant. to call. of H. D. MAY. 1 President Cleveland Trust which all members hud. personal, tntlce Chairman Hoard nf I'ubllc'' In- |4, Twp. 7, ...Ih. Hang* 2*
Cleveland Ohio; Frink W. Blair on the 23rd day of April 1930! (ruction of Hrudttird Cuunty, PlorUla. .Mast: containing. .* aggrecat*

of Board Union Trust there 1 helnic present at such meetIng . 123 ucr.*.
Chairman . If, 11. May A. II. Hurrency and (MI'AJ.) J, T,. rJAZRr.
Company Detroit Michigan; Walter J. T. Moore, members. nnd A. J. ATTKHT: ,. .. "
W. Head President Foreman- IrllllH' secretary of said. Hoard, the A. J. IIUIFFIHBuperlntendent K. M. JOIINW.Holiillor .
followlnir amnnrr other. proneedlnMTSwere Hoard of Public In* for C. lalnant.
W. .
State National Hank, Chicago; had to-wlt! ruction ot Hradforil County, KU.rUla. 4.4-61-1-1

I>. Long year, Vice President SecurityFirst Memher Hurrency presented. A resolution and .x-olttc.luvJtovrvtarv- <>f saidHoard. ----

National Bank. Los and upon motion, of Member 426MB2JNOTMfrl OTM'r: OF tAI.CHereby
May, seconded by Member Hurrency' .1 "N'r.." "
8. Mo- / ---
Angeles California; Walter before thn Hoard. .
resolution was put notice Is glvn' that *n* rand
Lucas Chairman of Board Commerce and all member. voting Ayo and by virtu* cif that rerfnln flaldecre .

Trust Company, Kansas said none. resolution Nav, resolution being' In was wordM adopted andtltl'ur. Th* Hlate of "Florida to Annie nf furf closure, innde bv th*

City Missouri; Max B. Nahm. .... us follows: Booth llreetlngi Judge of the 21th, Judicial. Circuit,
Kftnr
National WIIKHKAH At K meetlnK. nf this It appearing. by affidavit appendedto In and fnr ..,..Un.o ..111. *
Vice President Citizens '.. the itityof
theL'huncory lila, "
Ilnnrd 1 held 1 on the SUrd day of April, the Hill of Complaint In .
Kentucky; In th Circuit March. A. D 110, In favor Ir Ik*
Bank Bowling Green 1ti'! : '>, there waH presented 1 a petition Cause pending *
'" -fthe and for Hrailford County Federal l tnd Hank of ..h."I.I.., a
Melvin A. Traylor President First signed by more than 25 per <" Court In .
ouallflml .electors residing wlh-( Florida I I wherein' W. M. llooth I* r.p.rliion. anil against Percy Junes
.Lf-o, National Bank, Chicago;' Paul M. In th. t..rrltork: lIown and ft-* irriHlprl Complainant, and Annie Hoolh Is defendant __ rt al Defendants. Tk*
Warburg Chairman ot Board International as Hi".clal Tax Hchool' TilstrlctNo. that. th, said defendant. Isn. undersigned, a. Hpecljil. Master, will
New 2. of Hru'lford' County, Klorldu: I, '. non-resident. of the state of Florida. offer fnr sal. nl the front it.ior D'
Bank
Acceptance: praying; ? this Hoard: to call, on election . and that hi* resldenc. I I" unknown the Court house .li" "I..k. Florkla. ,
s York N. Y.; O. Howard Wolfe tit determine wwhether said and there I IN no person .tI I Inth I flu ring th* legal I "" 1' lt sale, uaMonday
Philadelphia National si'hool district shall ISSUA bonds In i slat* of: Florida th* servlc* asubpoena Mny. Mh. UJO. th* blHbe
Cashier for. tha i best bidder, for rash the following
the sum of $7,000 DO purpose ' upon whom would. bind ".0
Bank Philadelphia. Pennsylvania: of aoinlrlnK. 1>.,11011"... nnln'sIna -. aid defendant, and that snld defendant described properly lying arvlbeing

Garden E I buildings or school xrouniis. orfor n&ld. catis* being a Hill of Divorce. to-wlt:
,&,I York City,
New
,
;0.N
Association
of nf *
public Qaarler
exclusive use Northenut
VP"Y! oM'e" any other It 'Is ordered that. Maid defendant b* Th* .
secretary, t<"... "1'.1.. within said Hin !t.1 and h* Is hereby required to appear. Houthwtoit Quarter les* on. (1)I i *

cN"'I!' """""- / -.,I"': A survey showing the extent: to Tax "Hchool District to be used by lo the said Hill of Complaint .lit the In th* 1I..h..t. Corner. nf Hrntfn
of said dlxtrlci, Townnhlp
children U )
the wlute Florida tonswer f"v..n.
In Hlark, Tw..nly.NI.
(Clerk"" ntllc*
% ; which chain and group banking has and, tM'. Ilnnrd havlnir duty considered said. Hill on Ih* 6th 'lay. nf (7) f..th. Itnng* Twenty-Oil cu.
developed In tha United States has salil. petition and the facts .slat. May A. D., 1830 otherwise the allegation .... .. "" 39 acre* rnur*
,
.
... determined
UIIJ! _IIWIIIIIWliUIUMIIIIWlililllll-'.... ...- issued In booklet H Ih"'n' ** l htvlna of said. Hill will b* In ken Us*.
: and
IEWW! I umIlI! :II UWWIJlliUIIUlIUIUJIII H-IIO been made that said petition Is sinned by more confessed.* It" further. orderedthat J. t. FMA'.KE.Xpeilul .
HOUSE American' Bankers Association of tho iiualifledelector a*
r BFJDADSlbE"OKUN form by the than 2ft per cent thl* order. b* published one* a MilHttr.K. .
THE nf New York City. who are freeholders residing week for four. ..ronserutlv week In :. M. JIN.
Hchool District
feet six said Bperlal' Tax .
eight In .
a study, a two car motor | en feet first floor No. 2. and that tha .Issuance of th* Hradford County Telegraph, a Hol"lo. t. 1..lp..I..nt.44AtaJNOTKH
QUALITY closets, Inches; second floor eight feet. bond. a* praved for. therein' U necessary nwspa| er of general trlrculatlon'
TIIK BROAI> H>Ki room and the servant's quarters The plans as shown SECTIONS WHERE and that said petition' fully publish*)] In llradford County, Florida.
with the kitchen so that Exposure: compile* with the law. It I*. th re- OP VI*At. I" C" UI.I
connecting south or west. SAVINGS DECREASED .. Clarke, Florida.
for a lot facing Don* and ord r <1 at
Is accessible are tu,* .
The car after ilttle hereof nn I*
i I By Duncanhunter Architect they are l Isolated. north or east the - lK8Or.VKr: : Hy thin Hoard of I this April 3rd, A. I J. lUll Hlxty day
lot facing of A. D. in*
For a wit th* 20th day May.
room W. AI.l>EIMArT.( :
from the dining InMt ruction In..I..1| ineetln (Heal) (\UOO.
New York.) i the service plans should be rever ed. A regional analysis of the drop Public- on this 2>rd day of April IA'10: Clerk Circuit Court.Attest 1 will present my vouchers. anil flna 1

I without passing through Lot size: House frontage 70 In the nation's savings deposits\ In that, It Is expedient. and for the : abov I I. a true' copy of th* .account to the Honorable Judge of' llradforcounty Hen. Allariflner < ;:
I of the house. The large best Interents of said Mpeclal< Tax original On fll* In my office.OHO. County
The substantial quality and true part the basement I, feet; side clearance left 11 feet bank as recently reported by the Hrhool District No. 2, of Bradford : W. AI'DKItMAN. Florida, n* administrator cfth

"th of a home designed in the, recreation room in the host. right 9 feet; Lot frontage mini American Bankers Association's County, 1"1.'I"th..t. thl* Hoard on Clerk Circuit, Court anil* estate ask. for of. their.1. /. Anders utiproval' ., deceased and ray,
fireplace and gives its behalf of said. District do. ISSIIM snuII 4.5t5.2M'S'rI'lH'
In an
has a Bank Division .
freak- Savings .
dern manner-not the I I parties mum 90 feet.Construction. .. bond In th. amount of 17. dl..rhlt. .. au1> ..I"lnl"lralo.
type ot modern-appeals tonBe the liberty he needs for poker : Exterior walls nnal compilation for 1139 showing 00000 for the nurpoee' a* stated In OK H4I.HHereby Till 2 1st day of March. A 193*.
and the Ilkfine place for recession la national savings .aid. petition above referred to.HK NOTICK I. J. I'AVH.I
first
of us who seek distinction I brick; roof slate; foundation the IT KUIlTHKK: KKMOI.VKD: Administrator, ..1.1. .of J. lfn An.

th character In our homes, for the "bar." concrete; windows steel casements In the twenty years during That said. bond shall. b. In th* denomination notlc Is given thai under .1..... fter.a....
The broadside tabulates: details. which It has published this data of 91000.00, that bond* snd by virtu of that uertuln final 1.2.Pt.5.11
who tire of the commonplace Recreation room, ; doors wood to special that all sections except: theNI' shall bear. date of July 1. ItJO, with il cra* of foreclosure mad iN Ih* ._-
Basement: reveals rat of I 1-1 Judicial. .. t,
d want something new and re- the Pacific Interest thereon at 'h. Judge of th* 2 th. NOTKK OF r-IVAl, "
cold room etc. England and annum, payabl. r n th"lt Hradforil County, Florida 1".1
Iin for
percent per and
""bing.The broadside Is such laundry Floors, wood for linoleum of after. il t* hereof on I-
Entrance hall with Interiors: States groups recorded losses. day of July and the 1st day In Chancery, on the 22nd day IIf Hlxty ..1. .
lrp)". The broad front of brick. First floor: finish; walls plaster; ceilings showed January of each year and such March. A. D.>> 1930), In favor ot Th* wlt: Th* day of Muy o. I willpresent
two coat closets living room kitchen The published flfcres bonds. to beeom due and .payabl as Federal Land Hank of Columbia. a my vouchers. and fnal..-
|'! expansive roof the deeply re- plaster with cornlcei; 1929 the total savings I count Ih* llonoraM* ileo. r-
and
room kitchen a that oa June 29, follows, : and against Kfft:, Crews, .
''wed. entrance and the general study dining composition tile; bath rooms deposits In hsnks and trust On Thousand dollar. on July I.t935. copralln.. *t al. 1>>.t..nlant.. The I diner, county' Judge nf Hradfordcounty.
ex- two car motor room. heat and electric and $1000 no on July 1 of each undersigned. a* Hpeclal .. .., will 1.,1.1". as ailmlnlsfralor rf
arra'ngement gas United
metrical bed rooms, tile; steam companies ot continental 1941. n .. M rlnyiler, ileceiuied
the
Second floor: Four of th* t.alllld Uad; offer for. sal. at th* front door ofth .t.
esrfs, charsicur ,and lUancedwlty closets, servant's wiring. States stood at I28.J17.858.000, Th* : of Court house In Hlarke. Florida, and auk for. thlr. approval and my
wardrobe .h..lr
two baths ft. th bonds b* at the> ottle* of al discharge as sui'h administrator.Thl .
37,900 cu. below hour* *
"tipsy'1 here. Cublture which was I195.SOS.OOO par.able during I th* legal
nothing Hank In the hlarh.1 ," A. D.
and bath. of th* Chan* 5th. to the 2lsl duy of al.. .
yom the arrangement of room working plans and similar total for 1928, when then York Htate of NwYork. Monday May 1JO.
orderly No plan of which Complete rity of New est and bst cash Ih* following I[ 1930.
'e llre- Third floor: ( of this house are Increase of 12,300,000,000. lylg and' A.AilmlnUtrmtcr. ."PWM.
design we expect: : to find a specifications was aa IT FtmTHKH RKSOLVKO': derrlbed property *.1..1. of *,.
,I.t layout In the plan-Just so-- Is shown. ) reached by- available for a nominal sum. Address that KB an election l>* and the >am*' hlng In Hradford County, "'lurld..1 i tier., d"Ca..d I. .

Id complete to the last detail. Large stairway.storage space the building editor and refer .I Ie chool hereby liou*called*, Hampton in b.. held on th at* I4tb the ,I tJ-wlt.Th Nortbat Quarter of North ,I ,.a.-5..

our master's bedroom with two ceiling he'ghU: Basement, sev- to house 11-119.

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FLORIDA PRID.\Y,, 1[
PICK MIX BRADFORD COCNTY TELEGRAPH. 8TARKE. ._ _. Iri' 1,1
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: - .- - I Nurse Has Never Chicago people who came to FlorIda ida. orange blossoms on the air, I BLACK HILLS TROUT LURE

is the time to remain in Florida -
now
( in December on account of the

;' Seen Equal Of It cold are now staying' in Florid and buy a home of your own f Fl HERMENOPE; ''I
Farmers and Farming for Florida. will always be Florida.
on account of the heat in the ---* -
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''"' i r (Dy Agricultural Editor) "In all my years of experienceas Windy City. AMERICA 1.'OCInnOOUJlK '

a practical nurse I have never \VY THIS SILtMNNINSPECTOR

-. -.-- .---- -- .-- --- .- leeu t the equal of Sargon. I reached "Thunderbolt" Knight, wearingan CAUTIONS
the place where I could hardly opal ring, made Ms 13th double,
Farmers and Truckers Are Invited to Contribute Articles
I Is doing
parachute jump on the 13th of the American foulbrood
11 of Farm Experiences and Methods FoundTo month at the Orlando municipal considerable damage to honey bees

Be Best Suited to Our Country rlx airport, says the Orlando Sentinel this season, R. E. Foster, apiary

... Rather airy fettlre for this time inspector with the State Plant
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I.' of the year, but they seem to like Board here, recently stated. i .

: << them that way la Orlando. Beekeepers who find dead broodor

Southern << :! : other abnormal conditions in .sty'w .

Cannonball Baker may drive the colonies should notify Mr. Foster r.

Is Gold Silver Bullet! on the sands of the at once. He advised that he i

I world famous beach at Daytona. would go. or send someone to in-

If i ',' Says
some reason or other--either of It. ,
w - which seems sufficient-has given It Is the practice of some bee-

h I V iy Adaptable| l l l for : : up the extreme pleasure of goingto keepers who find a dead colony to

Kind.* of P |KTHtatoH. I his demise at 250 miles an hour. take the comb out and scatter It w .
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4S
j Cannonball and the Bullet should around. This, he said, is a dan-
tit make a fast team. crone practice since foulbrood

Atlanta, Oa, ; might have caused the trouble, and

ll t South's endless Some of the newer Florida cities such action would expose the rest

,! d by slash pines are should take heart and look for- of the apiary. A better practiceIs
nines!
ward to the days when they will to burn the old comb and frames
.d d Within the next bigger and better cities. Charleston unless the keeper is sure that the ..
d'' :South should be
H has just celebrated her two bees were not diseased. If they ,
H hY millions of dollars (
hundred and fiftieth birthday and are not diseased and the moths ee
.
r to :
forest according
,
-,. the old lady certainly shows her have not eaten in the combs may
1 ,+ H Herty, noted
age. When Florida cities have attained be used for other colonies, he stat .
tin Georgian. NKMJK TAYLOR the age of majority they ed. The aching season la on In the will there be no dearth )1' f lIahllJj

1 r These little ; take a nursing case on account of will not have as many wrinkles or Full co-operation of beekeeperswill Black Hula The wore of Uttl.! trout the H11U this year, but then e

; paper, scratch paper my poor health. A sluggish; liver be bothered by ancestors and laws greatly aid the inspection streams that scurry down from the fished prospect ol the waters evil tr.
out because
'g llthographylng of the
paper, :
i ) was the cause of all my troubles. of precedent. forces in controlling the spread of mountain to the Cheyenne and Belle method of planting flsh IYltt
fact almost kind
1 any
p I: was subject to violent headaches, this disease, he concluded. I fourche rivers to wind somewhere safe The Black Hills offers wveni. .
r Speaking before the (
; : everything I ate disagreed with Mahatma Gandhi has broken the to the Missouri art allvt with locb vantages to the fishermen, Tbell,
rr vention of the : me and I'd have such attacks of English! laws in India by taking even, rainbow, and brook trout. The abundance of fish The asp
NITROGEN MUK' : DRKHSIXl
. t3 Society here, Dr. Indigestion that I'd really become 'Water out of the ocean and making trout !season opened April 1. and wlU crisp and sunny with very 11111I
1 assembled scientists WILL, PIIOVK> PROFITABLK close September 30 The season for treme heat at noontime, ana
r alarmed. My nerves were simply salt out of it. This may bring on AROUND (COTTON CORN and at night. And the of
h r ' In experiments to cripples pike perch. pickerel splash mouniu
( threadbare! Sargon was exactly I a war with India and England. -- sunfish extend from May 1 to Peoru- that the Rockies throw out abelll
trees In the rSde
I
.. ;
I the medicine I needed. My appe- Gandhi seems to be the salt in the dressing cotton and corn cry 28 and Das from June I to a sentry make such a compo
IV from wood
i t '' paper pulp. I tite returned without the least In- British beef. February 28 More than one million country, that the angle,' in ...",..
4 i "The economic with some quickly available nitro little trout batched In the state and variety aa well as trout
r I digestion, I enjoy refreshing sleep can iIIII
/ the slash pine are I and I feel like a different person. Will Rogers receives $500 a gen fertilizer, like nitrate of soda, federal flab hatcheries since the Brat i dozen streams a day Or be can ou
'} Dr. Herty said sulphate of ammonia, or calcium of the year, will be released In the It the Idle pastime of a late afttnu
} "Sargon Pills have liver doIng minute for
'a ments which prove my advertising talks over nitrate, will prove profitable in streams this spring. Several thousand starting out In the cool of tilt ifo
its work as nature Intended the radio Now If news papers mouth black bass were planted noon and getting back to hi
big tuna
1i i i jor points the slash, Florida, according to J. D. Warner I
and my complexion has Improved I could receive'$S 00 an Inch for advertising last year In Orman Lake and not only hotel .with the early dark.
able for conversion assistant agronomist with the I
'
wonderfully Mrs. Nellie Taylor we could have bigger and -
: -- -- -
; y Y' from pulp, the South 2600 N. W. 54th St. Miami. better newspapers. and much less Florida Experiment Station.In With the signing of a contractby ber of Commerce, assures tin
will only a few, cases has corn
larly Georgia
: Canova Pharmacy, agents.Building static. Maj. O. T. Friend, -vice president eating of a $10,000,000 paper!
place In the made any appreciable response to
at Panama City as a part olact'vlty '
i ? of the Southern Kraft Company -
"At the present potassium or phosphorous, he
: of the
Ruth Hanna McCormick of Illi- International I
.k paper Is furnished In stated. Nitrogen put on aa a side the manufacture of paper
.; UpI nois is "burning them up" In her per Co., In the South.
from Florida. became
{ ? States by Canadian dressing goes immediately the pine a definite -
}', Interests. Their I Florida campaign for ,U, S. Senator trying/ plant with the loss of very little by item in the industrial activityof a--..-

irom Canadian spruce. : to oust the present senator, Chas. leaching. He advised putting about the state. This contract, according Flatirons will heat qulcklj

"The advantages of Deneen. Like our own Ruth Bryan 100 pounds per acre when corn to William tL. Wilson, they are covered w.th: a bread

rx h over Canadian spruce : Owen, Mrs. McCormick grew up In was around 40 days old, and cautioned chairman of the Industrial Com- This is especially helpful whet

I' and chief of these the atmosphere of politics being that it be put near but not mittee of the Florida State Cham- oil or gas stove is used(

.,t, f h in the basic cost of tho daughter of the late Mark thrown on the tender corn. --- - -
Hanna. of OhIo.
fr 1 and the time taken+ by The uso of a top dressing on cot-

4h maturity, tonhe stated, will greatly aid 10getting
st' "The northern mill Those banks that we have left a supply of bolls before the :

$20 a cord on the !in Florida seem to be mighty good weevil does much damage. Apply YES We can charge your
ttl ones and their deposits climb- 8 "
are
t'
spruce! while slash bout 75 to 150 pounds per acre
; ing all the time. All of this
1V able for $6 a cord. ;at gives about two weeks after the cottons STORAGE BATTERY in J'Smith's '
/ rise to the suspicion that we evidently he added.
\urlty time on spruce I, chopped,
years. while 12 to had too many banks In .
r Florida. just about the time had
sufficient for pine. we Paint brushes which have become -
'9 "From the time too many" ,subdivisions and "plus hardened may be* readily

r ered there was no fours. softened by boiling In vinegar for Garage' a4 a4i

j In the slash pne! the n 15 minutes.
ho Tho United States has an In-
t proving the ; : creaso of one person in every

tree's has been usefulness rapid. in The twenty-three seconds, according to Bladder Irritaion
recent statistics of tile department
census -
w lien almost In the
This being the
l i. people of the South ; : there la evidently overcrowding case in If functional Bladder Irritation

Via' "I make a. disturbs your sleep, or causes
at Important"I. the big cities and thousands of
rr that property owners 'X Burning or Itching Sensation
land and e9 Hon. N.an3AN MAYO a these people should be coming to :
over Florida where there Is plenty of Backache Leg Pains, or muscular
', trees Florida Is still a frontier state with raise aches, making you feel tired, depressed -
room to families.
million. of of fertile but unsettled
i a{ "Let the trees acres and discouraged, why not
land Ron Nathan Mayo.
says
will be found almost
try the Cystex 48 Hour Test Don'
4I commissioner of agriculture of that Newspaper men and women are
!
profits tate. making give up. Get Cyst ex today. Putlit
arrangements to visit
"Next, let It be to the test. See for
I?[: An aggressive campaign to build Quincy on May 16 and 17 at which yourself
: that the state must !: up the agricultural Industries ol time the Florida Press Association how quickly it works and what It
J.Jr tit taxation of cut-over Florida Including dairying, poultry I does. Money back If it doesn'i - --::-::--
will hold their annual
trees will mature. raising, and kindred lines has been l meeting.
bring quick improvement and satisfy
:
,

:1;
f. t pine a chance." waged for years by Mr. Mayo from This will glv, many folks an opportunity
bis headquarters at 'rallahUHe.To to see the Great Empire you completely. Try Cystex
V* of well-written and autbentlo o" West Florida and get acquainted Today. Only 60c. Corpening'a DrugStore ovs

r'' literature prepared by experts of the with the finest general farming ,
I' department on ths state's agricultural
RUKAli COMMON ;; ;; in the
(; resource and opportunities have country South. I ,,>-r-, _ _. I -'" _
.,j1.' fly Hpuda been sent without charge to peoplen
all parts of the country. In a two The Florida Press Gang will .
"
I year period the bureau of ImmlgraIon. give three cheers for Pa and Ma Say it with Flowers GLOVES

J\"IUII'ISH: : T1IK I II which .Is Included In the depart. Ruhl! who have recently taker. over - - - ... .
I received 3J.46J: :
ment of agriculture MITTS
; ;;: ; letters of Inquiry as to Florida's opportunities. the management of the Okeecho- GET YOUR
.1 i
I' Nowadays
1. they are I .1I Mr. Mayo's leadership bee News. Since Ma Ruh! promised Flowers For All

about "nutrition" of I >as brought magnificent results. a chicken dinner to the editors BALLS
}.;ty haven't yet been able whenever they visited her OccasionsGERTRUDE
,
stand everything: they have been waiting for that '" _, ' '_"._._ '. BATS
if amine A, vllamlne B :<< chicken that never came Maybeit !

C" business, but will be a fish dinner at Okee- GODBEY
JUST IV .'.\SSISGny
bl thing I have gathered chobee.

talk about It, It is. R. J. Holly ANDERSON F'REESolicit

growth and Chairman Wood of the House Phone 39 Waldo, Fla
; i child's body It Is Appropriations Committee says
- I - ---0
child to have a variety "Use Human Breath to Put Out the Med fly has beery In Florida Among Your Friends and Neighbors for
"
its diet, and for it to says headline In dally paper. for many years and all appropriations J New Subscribers to the

J tiJ t- of milk, eggs oranges; I. of It Is thick enough but should stop and the fly de-
s I and vegetables(; and I of the human breath today clared dead. ':All right Will. Why COFFINS & CASKETSAnd lJ1101.i: a' (!!illlruUIlio11Welter

? That looks like It Is start a fire rather than ex don't you make it unanimous. Full Line ofUndertakers'

*; ple, doesn't It? Mrs. It. Florida did not discover the fly W.h. Johnson ... ...9 New Su.....
; Supplies r Johnson Ball .. .. ... ... ... ...
have had a pretty good and Florida cannot banish the fly. wall .. .. ".5 New Sub.
Pipp Milt ... ... .. .. .
y 1 feeding children! for A dead man cannot legally vote We wait the pleasure of the government AUTOMOBILE: IIF.\nSE Roger Ho.n.b Clove,9. ,8 New Sub.

I 01Y to be pretty husky, Michigan according: to a recent Alwara ea ....d. The beat Catchers" Clo. . . ... .... .., ...._ ..:...7 New New Sub.Subi.
troubled with ( In the courts. Now we seem ..rvle,* at the lowest ...1..... Sic 'Lague. B. ' . . _. .4 New Sub.
'i sla, bowlegs or any () ; be getting: : somewhere with the Florida real estate Is moving, Special, .nlloa t. t..I.| .......

.''k ailment Some dead ones are still vot Florida potatoes are being shipped order I START NOW 1 1S ,
} By the way do you I in parts of Florida. Florida celery bringing bet REG.IIITEIIED! EMDALMBR

saw In the paper the i ter than _ 'nb MuM
before Florida OrderFlor
prices ever DEWITT C. JONES - - ISJ"-!
_,_ _ _ _
:c It said that bowlegs I : The wonders In Held an'd stream orange crop has no flies on it, STARK. FLORIDA *. Tim..U nion, .,. . ..... ... Jacluonvine. f1ao.
t essarily the result of the beauties of Nature In I Florida crops, In general are good. Pl.... start delivery
3 'fir trying to walk too i will be known to the I ) and Sunday' FIo.ida runerUnion to me. .1 adc!dreoa below, 01 aloe Daily

more apt to be the some day and the world will Flor- for a period of 13 weeks. I ..'" to tontines as a subscriber -

.j; of lime and a beaten path to our door ular weekly .1. 01 20 cenl.. p.yina' carrier each week at 'I''

diet Seems funny hoping they hurry and beat r Name'

a+' never stopped to path before we have to beat LUSTERKOTEDOZIER Address

i 1 that way. It also to some other seaport
*' r teeth are the result of I'

these mineral, which West Palm Beach voters have { & GAY'SLUSTER- ,\ d Highest grade waterproof

i tamed In milk and <'ted Joe Earman as one of the varnish and stain in scientific
fruits and eggs.!: commissioners Joe is the

All of us are editor of the Palm Beach combination; it is both

4 old expression about and has held many

,.x 1 ing father of the man, of Importance In his day but KOTE elastic and tough and will

;'y j' say many of us have Is now tackling one of the most
+ I' much attention to ones In his career. How not turn white under hot or -

,. I, think of it, however It Joe Earman knows his Palm cold water.
11' y see that the child that poinsettias and he will. make

: per food ami cure is / ( .
a. '. c f grow into' a good DRIES IN 4 HOURS

v a physically and One of the principal reasons for

And last, but not ) visit of AI Capone to Miami at The Above Orders Were Secured By
children should receive .* time is the hot weather In Bradford County Farmers

k moral training so Iago. The thermometer regis N
grow Into good 90 degrees In the shade In Supply Company I AddreM ........-...
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al q'' After all, that Is mill one day last week and r ........................


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PAm' MItVIINC. :

1030 nnADFORD COUNTY TEt.F.GR.\pn. STARttE. FLORIDA .. ..... .. ..... _. ...
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--. -- day of May 1930 to determine east Quarter nf Southwest Quarter

_0.--- ford County and will appreciate est Assistant., who has Just completed Panama City - Brewer'a Pharmacy '(tether said honds shall be Issuedin and Kast Half of Southeast. Quarterof

cal nnouncements your vote and support promising", : If THE ", recently destroyed by tire herein described. and that at such Northwest Quarter anil Knst. ebilfof .
*-. elected to Hive the duties of the offiue the supervision of the QUALITIES I formerly .Section. the question. to be submittod Northeast Quarter of Northwest
-Attorney careful consideration, and will I will reopen In quarters shall\ tut 'For nonds" orAffnlnst Quarter and Houthwvst Quarter of
states! Twenty-Sixth at all times work for Ihe best Interest planting of half a million one year occupied by Atkinson Electrical bonds. Northwest Q."rh.r of N.rlh.a..tQ.arer

of the of liradford County an a who I.. OF LEADERSHIP Brewer'sDrug ir is FiniTiinn HEsof.vKn that and West of North..tJu.rt..r
Baker old from the ot
,,It. embracing I heremy J. M 1 W.SIKH.tiKMnp.it pines These came Shop under narao there he appointed the. followlnic asmanagers ( of N.rlhw..t Quarter of
,.lford counties Raltord and J. C. Kvene. In Hevtlos
"d' Ii for the State Nursery at Store : J. J Hrunnen Northeast Quarter all 21.

f", candidacy Attorney of the SCHOOL notiii>. nl'r., 21 from private seed beds supervised Inverness -- Ideal Market on find 1*. .\Vynn of said .election and Twp. 5, Mouth. Hunwe 22 Inl. Wentalnlng -
?" said
clerk of .
:at I V Jones, as (5 acres mure or
of .
\ I \ the Democratic re-election. as a member. of the H KNIIM"
I "(" 't to .. 1930'support Th for forest tree Bankers Park Hamilton Cafe I 1'1' IS FI'UTIIKH IlKSOIAKDM p"'I.i .1'.
of June ar. held Hchool board from District 2, and demand President American Winter .\ \> OHDKKKO. that the foreKi'lnMT K M. JOHNS, ,
i have will continue to give the duties of the In Hamilton Hotel .
familiar seedlings hall greatly exceeded Attoclstlon opened to public resolutions be publlehed 8olUltoi for ('"
and am "pl.ln..I.
.I ./", i 1t.C"r.,OB pertalnlnw th..reto, i the the : t"e"'an'.av"l to best return attention me for If output of the State Nursery. To LEADERSHIP and success. In a building. In, tht a newspaper Itrnctford ,imbltiihcd Count TeleKrnpb In 4.4-11..1

II ated.I promise an emit adBtarke - another term. Your support In solicited meet the demand for planting are synonymous. Kustta Construction ot buildIng llrntlforil County. Flortdit. and publication I --

':' 'I and econumjcal or.I and will be appr.clat..d.H.D. . stock there will be at Citrus avenue for Pearl be for the period of four
or tha produced simple on
Ihe atra.lr. They are both founded\ upon 1C U.SI
"r
,tI I. lUA Y. consecutive weeks, beiclnnlntc on !1'i.H.!
I w,1i, ,.ppr..clate elactlon the, 8upportt the Nursery excess of a million codes of thought florist nenrlng completion. the 2 fit h <1n v of Apr I1IK: there b..lnl&'

r' In .ald A. S. CREWS. FOil RCIIOOI IIO\III> trees during!!: this year. These will and action upon River Junction Construction no newspaper, piibllnhed In snld Special : Notice Is hereby Riven, under and
Tux School District. Nt>. 2It .
by virtue f thnt . ftsal 4ereemade
ITU..I <>
1 hereby announce myself a candidate to landowners church building .rlal.
be furnished at cost the realisation of new Baptist \ D. MAY and .
tlonesaelsA
by
for member of the school board, .nt..r..1 11.
District. No. 3. If re-elected I prom- to plant up idle acres that he who nearing completion. Chairman Ttnnrd of 1'ubllc Instruction A Adklns, Judge .. Tn.a ty-

..I," F.rltrC8BNTATIBihlt |III" the continued faithful discharge. Sixteen Vocational Agricultural wins the laurels New Port Rlchey L. &; C. of Kindford County Florida.ATTK8T Sixth Judicial .'lr.,1 of rieHJa. In
method cf announcing of the duties of the olllca Your support : and for ,. Florida,
.11 ihlt incv for representative In solicited and will* be appreciated. Schools and two hundred and fifteen must be a doer Grocery purchased by W. II. Phlllp ..... J. imlFFIS.Superintendent on the iMh. clay of M.r..h. A. E>.,
'" county, .abject to ac"V A. It. SUHH1CNCY.MHMHKIl the Hoard of Public Instruction 1910 In but certain tkeielnpending
ford of students have taken up not a waiter, : ..Kradford County Florida cause

J ,, If Democratic elected. I Pledge primary my'Jrk subject of Forestry. In addition that application Tallahassee Brick Lincoln and ex-olllcto, Secretarv" of said.. of Htarke In Is I ('Complainant tmncery wherelu and H Haste ft.Jones .

? for the be.t Interests and statel of.of 1 hereby announce"( 11001.'myself 1IO\III s. >candidate to planting pines supplied by the of energy not High School building for negroes, Hoard. 4-2lk-&t--23 HOSH Jones, Debbie fi

l.en. YOllr n.y county..upport will h.lal.J. for re-election as a member Forest Service these boys are raising time or luck. Is formally dedicated. l.uther 1".1. Jessie. Hall, llaeas
Carl Ida Jones. Jenes
Iercey ,
,,1"pB." N. D. 'WAINWHIQUT. of l awtev the school districts board, and If Htarke re-elected and seedlings for reforesting the what countsmost. \ Flor'da'! plans Improvement pro .n IIOLV'l'IO'llAt Marxee Jones ant W J. Kppersen, as

will continue giving the best. service. Idle acres on their own farm lands. Arab, gram of $110,926,648 this year.- administrator the estate.. of N D.

('Ol' TV C01l1 II"IOllEn.hY : of which I am capable to the schoolnof have been bit's foot la a Times. 1 a epoclnl meeting of the ftoiirdof Jones, deceased, are riefeiidaats. that
: Some fifty plantings
myiielf all a can- Uradford county J. T. MOOUE!: Davenport Public Instruction of llrailfnrdCountv tbe undersigned will "s Mciaday,
.. announce-election. to the board of ( made alongside well traveled roads 'poor substitute Bartrt Tile factory will ba : Florida, which special "neetIna the 5th day of May, A D. M.It daring
,"'ommlssloners for District for horse sense. John o. |.onsd l was held pursuant to .....1ot'' the legal hours of sale tkieveenIn
In forty counties. These are intended constructed here at cost of approximately
front of the Smith docir
el *
sub- Germs which all members had personal notice seCourthouse
county. Billion Deadly
nradford Over Both
TWO. Primary ofTil. a as practical demonstrations success the $200,000.Jacksonville on tho 33nl day of ..AIrl1130.. In the 111 y of fftaske,

,Ih. Democratic and iiollclt your sup.crved in a Single Drop or Water as to what the land will produce and leadership, It they be of Harwell Company there. beingpresent nt such mertlna: Hraclford Countv, Hlate of rkoMs.sell .
1930. highest quality are the result of If D Milv.: A. 11. Currency, and J. T. to the Milder for eashthe
Germs ore BO email that there may when well stocked with Service ha* will build annex to plant at Moore, memberH. nnd A. J. tlrtrtls, Ilh..t. .. lands. IT(.
for
.. . In this capacity bo ns many as. one billion, seven hun service to humanity. of $60.000.Jacksonville Hocretary of snld. Hoard. the follow, ancl being In ilrudtorcl .County, flerIcla .
OKt
the people a.n pines.
I yo..rll. given dred million of them in a drop of been aptly described as "the supreme I Inir nmontc other. proceeding's werehad towltHoutheust:
ervlce.
Can
". "Mt and If elected economical. to continue water. And Just a few of these tiny: Requests for planting stock Indicate commitment of life." Analyze Continental to-wlt: Quurler of N..tQu"rl..r

mlse blood that a false impression pre times of all great Company to establish buslnetm: Member Currency presented a resolution of Hertlon Twentv-nlse,
and into
/niiervatlve econom- if and
they get your the lives .
; ,
JII' germs, ami upon motion of Member Township Heven South. Us..eTwentyOne
.rvuc I have heretofore reniiid through a cat in your skin, may nrako vails in some quarters that the leaders of history and you will here, employing about 180. .T T. Moore, seconded by Member lOust: for Ik* purpose of

win appreciate your up- you so sick you will be in. Sod for Florida Forest Service is raising find tbat those whose names are Currency, resolution was put before satisfying said decree.

weeks the loss of a limb of their the Hoard. and all members votIna A. 1. e..
j. G. cnnws.Tot'TY -may causa pine seedlings to plant up roadsides enshrined In the hearts
rini.ic\Tiov ami resolution
OHIIKH pun Ave none Nav. I".la.1' Ckansery,
blond even
through poisoning may and for beautification pur countrymen are those who sought was adopted said resolution lielnBIn 1 D B. KNlll'r.

COMMISSIONER: infect you with that: most dreadful and poses. Mr. Baker states that this to render a needed service to the Tn Circuit (Court Twonty-SI wordH: : und I fliriires I : as follows* Solicitor Vomplulnant..
candl- fatal of diseases! lockjaw. IHCHHAH. at n meeting of thisHoard 4-4-M-B-a
myself a Hra.tforrt County
..liv announce \la erroneous as the Florida Forest populace. Judicial Circuit. held. on the I 23rd day of API'II. .
.,, re-electlon a> county comir. Just because you can see nQ dirt ina need .si; .,,, of Florida. In Chancery, -
success 1910. there was presented a petitionslirned
like
three. If reelectHI Service is chiefly concerned Leadership Ii nit<. .
district cut docs not mean that it is clean. International or Thvlmit bv more than 25 per < ent of
continue to give the people and You cannot see germs. The only gafo with making idle acres productive not however be Complainant, the qualified. electors who are freeholders Ju'r U'l
,Mord county a faithful national to achlav great results. vs resldlnK. within the territory -
to do is to /stock la only distributed -
and thing thoroughly and planting
duties Tnril
of the sane 13. Vermin >,
..1 performance for each ot us to known ami designated as Hpeclal In (Ir..ul Court, llrnOford reiintv,
email is room
office, working; always for the wash every cut, no matter how for commercial forestry There In IJefondHnt.. ..mt il Tax Hchool District No. 2 ofHradford Fh.rld. ('han ..y. The r>*eralI.uml
of the entire county. to lull theperms I be leader In his community It appearing: aflltlavlt itpp .
nterests with Liquid'Borozono, a ahovxstulrilcaufte County, Florida, prayingthis Hank of a irferatlon
tho .Iumb.
\XDERUILL. I purposes. rhurch and In to the Mil rilml In to 1'11an election to determine (' .". .
and then dust it with Borqzone feared his work. In his that 10 Vornon &Flle., the Hoard Tkessaset
be
The only enemies to whether said hool district al .. .
- -- Powder; to hasten the healing. Liquid various organizations. deft-mlunt th..r..ln namml In a nonrctsUiont sc .r..d..n. 1'.nrle..1
shall bonds In the
I Issue sum
COINTV:: COMMISSIONER are fire hogs and goats accordIng of MtatA of Florida, nml
tho Mortgage.Order
Bororone costs SO cento CO cent 11.20and Indispensable qualities .
One of the of $1.nlO.n" for the purpose of acqulrlnir ef PahUeMleiiThe
anil
,..by announce as myself county a candlr coro- $1X0; Itorozone Powder, 30 cents to :Mr. Coulter who points out ot leadership la the ability to that that hl defendant. r"Hld..nc.Is In oVer unknown th. aica oftwntyon build InK", enliiritlnir. fur Slate of Klorlda: To .. Iralll

re-election five comprising and 60 centa and can be had at that fire the red menace of all In the face of yearn; It Is thereto or- nishing1 or otherwise. Improving ancl Frank S. llciclmir*. rvslewne
district steadfastly .. for .
'h"olrolln.I.
nero persist bulldltiKS or or known.It .
River. If reelectomlHB Canora Pharmacy. I be adequately controlled .Iered thut Maid' non-resident. d fondiint .
,', and New I trees can discouragements. If George: Washington lie and ha Is hereby any other exclusive use of public Irnm the affidavit ef
falth- "I'I.arlnl r
a continuance of of the by the use of fire laws and proper had not possessed the quality rqulr to appear to the bill free schools within said Special Tax ('. ftollrltor In the skeveentitled '
eltlclent performance to be used. by the .
Hchool District
j saidcause I cause. duly ,
of the omce. and will work SUPPLY OP ONE YEAIt OLD organlza on. ot persistence, he and bis soldiers ot complaint for divorce on fllnil or before In Monday white children of said. District and 'that the reslclsnrs of 'I., 'u.I' ,.

,? bent Interests of the county. PINKS KX1IMJHTIM) Unfilled orders for this winter would never have survived the 2nd day of June, A. I>. 1B30.uinerwlse this Hoard having- duly considered Frank H. lloclson. Is ra. .h uakaewe.
"''. QSTEEK. which of said billwill said. petition and the facts stated and that there Is net In IkeHtate
will be held over until next plantIng tbo hunger and privations the allonatlnna therein and having determined that perse*
uonfeswed by Maid of Florida. the service et sunpnemt -
,HCOINTY: COMMISSIONER! "Florida la awakening to the season when the supply will be were theirs at Valley Forge.: defendant.bo taken as said. petition Is signed bv more than In ,Chancery upon wkemwould

eby announce myself a candlir need of reforestation," says Mr. available to all who request plant We have too many young men It Is further ordered that thin. order 25 residing per cent In of said fhe Hpecliil qualified\ Tax: electors HihoolDistrict bind either of Ihe. snM defendants

re-election as county com- the Florida Forest women these days saying be publlMhed. once a week for No 2. and thut the I Issunnraof above .1.1. nnd that eaan.of
District No. 4, Hamp- Harry Lee Baker State Forester ing stock from and young four coiixeiullve wtttika In the Mr ail- Is the above named defeedstits are

heresHa nor from and Graham. and If on reviewing the planting work Service at Tallahassee. a job cannot be done. Too ford County lelviiraph, a newnpapvr bonds as nnd prayed that for said therein petition. over the age of twenty-one. yeats. etage.
the . time explaining |>ubllHli. \d In nald county anil necessary It Is. therefore. ordered. that
continue to grlve their .
"ted will just completed by the Florida many spend fullv compiles with the Inw, It Is, .
state.Ihls. the said clefemltuktii K. aad
service I am capable Instead Ir..u.
tha best Jacksonville\ Ground broken thing can't be done 1930O thereforeUP.H01.VKIV
ollclt your support at they Forest Service. why a April 20th. : : Hy Ihls\ Hoard ofPublln Frank H. Hudson whose. Is

June 3rd. O. W. HINSON Ninety-nine plantations were for proposed Christian Education of saying, with firm resolve tbat W. ALPKHMAN.Ufllcliil Clrinll Cnnrt.JLly . Instruction In special meetIng unknown do and they are hciekyeach
erected for Riverside be done and then going out ( Seal) Clfttk on this the. 21rd day of April\, r"'llln.' lo aiipear t( the hill
made throughout Florida this winter building to be It can KUANClll! A.I>K11MAN.Deputy 111.10 that It IN expedient and for of Complaint In this cause., which Isa
COMMISSIONER: ought ,
It ('01 STY submitted Park Methodist Episcopal and doing It. Anything that Clerk. suit tn foreclose a mortgage asdother
to the report the best Interests of snld HpeclalTax
announcing according .
method of JOHN'S I Ktarkft. Kin.Solicitor
this M ,
D.
ke ot being
or before Monday
Is capable on
nf llrad
No. 2
to be done Hihool District r.l..t.
mllilacy for County Commlsrtlntrlc Brad- by Mr. C. H. Coulter For church south.'r worth doing fur Complainant. ford County Florida, that this Iioard the. of Mny, A. I .. t.U.
One 6-J-BfS-SO
-t Number And anything
done.
-.- - : 'J- on behalf of said District do Issue otherwise. I Ihe all""I..n... of said Kill,
---T----- m-u-, Jl at all is worth doing well. The fellow and .sell bonds In the amount of 17.- of Complaint wil I. ..* as eenfessecl -

who handles a little job in a nOn 00 for the purpose. as stated In by each It Is (srlkerordered
-
road to Olllir.lt FCW IH.ICATIO-M the
big way Is always on IT FIMITIIIOH: HKHor.VKn: published <.mre a week. ) far

greater fields.BANKERS. In Circuit Court Twenty-Sixth Judicial that ssld bonds shall he. In Ihe denomination four consecutlcvs' weeks. . IksHradford

Circuit, llradford County of 11.(Kill.00, that bonds County T..r..I.' a sewspnper -
of Florida. In Chancery shall bear data of July I, 1930 with published "Iori. liradlcird
STUDY Slate Interest thereon at the rate of R 1-2 Cu.nty. Florldn.Witness .
]
larl JiHnl
Complainant| per cent per annum payable on the the hand ol the undersigned
CHAIN BANKING 1st day of July and the 1st dAY oflaniiary Clerk ol the above niuaedCourt
vnClaud UlosNlpLiefftiiilnnt.. of each year and such anil the seal ol said (..irt
bonds. to become dun and payable' all hereunto nfnxed on this 91st rlay of

follows-: A. D. 1910: st Htarke. Florid*.
Economic Policy Commission It by ufllduvlt' appended \'ol.rch. ,
The to prh.rt:; filed. .In the aboveHtated One Thousand Dollnrs on July I.1931i. (I. W AI.DKKMAh..
of the American Bankers Association caiiHa that Clautl. UloHNlp. Ihe and one thousand dollars. on (C".at ('I..t Circuit ..rt

been specifically Instructed defendant ( herein named In .a nonresident luly 1 of each of the years I93A to R. JOlN*,
has
of th. Htatn of Klorlda, anil 1941 InclusiveThe Hollcltor Ctl"loln..nt.
by the general convention that his residence Is unknown anil principal. nnd Interest of said 445IBMAMTKII'lt -!
bonds shall be payabla at Ihe oltliof '" .
of twenty-
Is the UK* -
to study that he over
ot the association nidxredthat the Chase National Itsnk In IheCltv
Iw therefore
It
and report on chain and group one years Huld non-resident; defendant. be of New York State of New NOIU'1 4.1".1

banking developments and alio on and the he Mil Is hereby of complaint required filed to. In appearto nalilcause York.HIJ IT FIMlTIIEIt T" "(I.VF.I Hereby. nolle-* Is Riven that uixUrnnd

ot or before Monday that ull election be and the .." hy certain final
of the Comptroller for divorce on vtt"l1.t 1
the proposal the 2nd day of June. A. l>. 19.10.oiherwlHe hereby. called to be held.. at t Inn school decree . made hv Ikeludge .
the Currency for an extension of the allegation. I ** of earn housu, Hampton, Fla., on Ihe 24th of the 211. Judicial Ir""".

branch banking In the national bill will be taken as confessed by day of May,hcmas 1910, determlnswhether be Issuedas In and for IViutily, .Inlln. e
defendant. said .h..1 In Chancery, JJiicI
banking system to permit thos said It Is further ordered that thin order herein "lesirlbed Ihlt nt sin helection March: A D i:3htn favor /I Ik*
onre a week for fhe question to \ ,"hml. r .'
In the be publlHhed FeciMinl l l.n.1 a
branches 0..11.
banks to conduct ted shall, be "For '
llrail-
four connectitlve woekM In the 10'\1, and ngnlnst . I."rl.
trade areas surrounding their locations. i ford County TvUKraph, a newxpa- "Airntnst' Honds"I thatthere r..rallll.._ el nl l..r. .. .
IIMHOI.VKD: rl..1
per publlNhed In said. County anilstale. P IH I"llt'III.:1. the followingus u'.h.r..I..I. as ...rlal Muster. ,
will offer for sale nt .Ins fronl ef
.I Hninneii, J. C.
R. S. Hecht President HibernIa This April 2Hth AMHSHMAN.1910. Keene managers.1 ancl !,,: J. Wynn. of said election I the Court house. In rttnrke. Florida. ,
II. W. .
-- Trust Company New Orleans Court.Ily and .I, V. Jones, as during In. legal binirs ol sale en
Bank and (Official. !Henl Clerk Circuit c..rkot Monday May lib. lUl. lo Ihe high, t

=..r6 Louisiana is chairman ot HIANCIH1 AI.DKHMAN Deputy, Clnrk., IP said IM KITItTIIIITt.I..tlon. tlllHOLVRD\ ANDOltm.'llKIl eel, and t..t \. for earl. ) Iks

-- the commission. The members M JOHNS Stark. Flu.. : that t.r..II reso.lullons following .. .11..1 property Ivtngnml
10'!: he. \ being In [lr..U.rt County, Florida
Complainant, Ir.dr"r.1
President Solicitor for
Vice
George E. Roberts a towltiHouthwest
County
are: II- - Telegruiih n..p.I'.r
City Bank. New lished In llraclford Countv, Florida, Quart. ef MnulheastQuarter
National and publication be for the period of and HoMlhuast Quarter efHoulhwesl

York. N. Y., vice chairman; Nathan NOT1CIJ) tF KI.IK: ,"TIO'M four consecutive weeks, ""Klllnl'l& Quarter and a strip ef

American Exchange on, the 26th day of April, I. land 100 feel w.Ida on rlnft Hide efHouthwest
Adams President' meeting of tlie Hoard 'being no newspspc-t published In Quarter of rtouthweslQuarter
special
National Bank Dallai of At Puhllr a Instruction' of Hradford. "ald ripuclul Tux ""hool District No. Heel Ion II, Twp 1.. H..I.

Vice which special meetIng 2. ItangH 20 Knst. Also N.rll..t
Texas; Leonard P, Ayres County Florida, ti. oall of II. D. MAY, Quarter nf Northeast .. ,

President Cleveland Trust Co,. which was all. held members pursuant had personal. no Chairman Ftonnl of I'ulilh' Instruction llon:: 14. Twp 7, Month, Hangs 2*

Cleveland. Ohio; Funk W. Blair Ih'lOil the Sir.I day of April 1930. of Hrudford County, tl..r- Flint: containing la Ihe UKirreRat*

Trust present. at surh meeting ida. 123 acre
Chairman of Board Union there being T :.
II. D, May, A. II. Hurrcncy and ( \ I.) J. FllA7.Kr.5psel
Company. Detroit, Michigan ; Walter .T. T. Moore, members, nnd A. J. ATTKHT: l Master
President Foreman- flrltfls, secretary of said Hoard', thefollowing A. J. OIIFFIMFull.rl'en.lenl K:. M, JOIINl.
W. Head, proceedings, . of 1'ubllc In- Solicitor for Complainant.
other
State National Bank, Chicago; W. had to-wlt among: .... County, Ih.r- 446111Noriir.
President Se- were a resolution ida, and .", of
D. Longyear Vice Member Hurrency presented .olclo.J\r..ry -----
.IIIJNO'I'U.tl
-
Hoard
MemberMay
National Bank. Loa and upon motion of ." or "" 1.1
curlty-Flrit 'Hurrency.resolution 1..rJ"
sHt-otidnd hy Member .
,
1 1IIn,1 --- -
Angeles California; Walter S. Me- was put before the Hoard, Hereby notlrs Is. Riven thnt .ndi>
Board Commerce all members voting Aye and finaldei .
Lucas Chairman of snit virtue of thai rertnln
Trust Company Kansai nonn Nnv. resolution wall words.adopted and, The Htnte of Florida, to AnnlciHooth *ty of foreclosure. made bv the
said resolutIon helncr Iti ilreetliig! ., of Ihe I adit .liidlrlal, Circuit
,
City Missouri; Max B. Nahm figures as follows: In..11' for furl' County. Ffnrlilu -
affidavit
meeting of this appearing by apl.\.1 "I Ir.,1
Citizens National vVIIRIlttAR, At a I In < on lh" 22nd clay
Vice President the 23rd day of April. to the Kill of Complaint 110. ..
Green Kentucky; Hoard held on & petitionsigned "Chancery Causa. In tbs Clr of March. A. D. 191)1, In favor nf IkeFnilernl
Bank. Bowling 1930. there was presented 25 e..n. .fthe cult Court In nnd 1.,11.1 Conn* l.n.1 "lnk of <'i
  • mbla, a
    tier
    First than Ir.U.r.1
    President by more
    Melvin A. Tray lor, residing with ty, Florldn I I wherein Is .,rmr.ton. ..1 ngalnul I'.r.'y Jones
    .\ National Bank Chicago; Paul M. in the mmllfleil territory. electors known and '!1'"> 011 :Complainant i anil Annie:: 'It ;.n"Is defendant. ._ n .t al. f.lefendfints. Tke

    Chairman of Board International natecl. us Kpeclnl Tax Hchool District that the said defendant I.a Is ..".erslgnecl. as. Hpei-knl. M"H.r. will
    Warburg Florida of Florida offer fur sale at front ofIhe
    of tbe
    County, non-resident 11.
    of llradford .tal.
    Acceptance Bank New No praylnsr 2.; this: Hoard:: : tt> call. on election ancl that his resident.e Is unknown Court' house 1 I. Htarke.. Florida.during .

    York. N. Y.; O. Howard Wolfe, to determine. wwhether said and there Is. no person In the legal hnurs of snle, .mMondsy
    s National 1 school district shall Issue bonds. InIhe Ihe stale., of Florida the service nf asuhnoena Mny l.h.. 1:1.: to the blwhest
    Cashier Philadelphia sum of 17,00000 for the purpose upon whom would bind and best "" ...h tbe '..I. rIng -

    Bank Philadelphia Pennsylvania: of acquiring. hlll"I1.... oni'i'cring said; defendant, and thut said defendant described property Iyl"o ,.

    I durden Edwards. American Bank- furnishing or otherwise Improving Is over the ,itge of 21 years, being In llrudford (u.llly. 'I"rloa.
    I buildings or school ground*, or said cause being a Hill of DlvorieIt lo-wlt:
    ..z,1P'd' ;: era Association New York City for any other exclusive, use of public Is ordered that suld defendant. bs Tbe Northeast cjsnrter nf IheHouthwssl
    sslit. ,M" < .1 Quarter one ( I ) o/re
    secretary. f"-"- schools within and he Is hereby required In appealto I..
    ""' -" extent to Tax Hchool District to be used by the salrl Hill of Complaint at lhC In Ihe Hotitheast Corner of HeiitanTwentyNine
    di"ri"d ".- /: A survey showing the the win.to children of .....10dl..trl.t, |..rk"s olDce In Hlarke, I"I.rl". In (2'>, Township. Heven.
    Nl.JJ- which chain and croup banking hall and tht ,Honrd. having' duly considered Answer snlcl Hill on tbe ftfb. day ofMay. ((7) Mouth. Hnnge. Twenty-One

    developed In the United States hat sulrl. petition. and the determinedthat farts tat- A. U,. 1930, otherwise the allegations : ..."t.lnl"l 39 acr s more *rless.
    .'-ln ""! hsvlng be taken .
    -- ot ih of said Hill will
    I\IWOOWWIIm\ UUIllJ IIIIWWftjiJIIUUIIUliiji lllJjjlllljjjUjjUjlllllliliItllllIUI1l11l; l.-- been made and l soed In booklet said petition la signed by more It Is further ordered J U F"AZFE.1I .

    r HOUSE H-1IS I form by the American Bankers Association than M& "per lent of the qualifiedelectors residing as that ct>this nt.'I... be published once a ,. M..r.'
    BROADSIDE freeholders
    THE of New York City. who are Hchool District week. for four consecutive weeks In R. M. JOlN.
    floor eight feet six In said Hpeclal Tax llradford County an.w.I..r Hollcllor t.r l'o""lnant.
    two car motor en feet first and that the Issuance ofbonds the T.I..r.ph. 441142NOIItM
    closets, a study, a I No. .2, of .
    I Or KM QUALITY Inches second floor eight feet. prave/1 for therein Is rieeessary general olr'll..lon .
    ; as
    llradford -- --
    servant's quarters
    THH': imO\I>SII>KBy room and the The plan* as shown SECTIONS WHERE and that said petition fullycomplies published In .101'-
    connecting with the kitchen BO that Exposure: west. DECREASED with the I..... It Is, thereItKHorVBrv lda.Dons And ordered at Flor 0( r-IMAI. 11".11.1
    SAVINGS
    south
    isolated. The car la accessible are for a lot facing or tor.. ofI'ubllo this April 2rd. A "Iak.., IUf. Billy days after. tale hereof on In.wlf .
    Duncanhunter Architect they are dining room For a lot facing north or east the - : Hy Insrwlnl this Hoard meeting Ida.( OKO. W. AM>EltMAN. : ih. 20th day of i'., ..... D, in*
    from the of tbe drop Instruction s..n Clerk Circuit Court.Attest 1 will present. my v..ch..r... and flnaaccount
    New York.) plans should be reversed. A regional analysis on this 2Jrd day of April 1910.thut '
    the
    ser Honorable .n. AUarcflfier.
    the
    through of the to
    I the Is true copy (
    without passing and for above a
    In :
    70 nation's savings deposits It Is expedient .
    House frontage in the Judge of
    house. The large Lot size: of said Mperlal' Tax original on file In my officeO County Itr..r. .
    Hie substantial quality and true vice part of the basement feet side clearance left 11 feet, banks" recently reported by th* Hchool best Interests District. No. 2, of Bradford BO. W. .AI." :IrAN. "...nty. Florida, as sdmlnlstrator
    ;
    rtll in the! recreation room In the minimum Bankers Association'sSavings Florida, that this I Hoard on Clerk Clrclit the estate of J. 7. Ano.r.., deceased,
    of designed American
    a home the host right, 9 feet; Lot frontage County. Issue and and ask for I and. ley
    and gives District I do 4 4-5t-8-l
    fireplace In Its annual behalf of said
    has a Division .
    'darn manner-not the freakIjpe -I 90 feet.Construction. Bank the amount of 17.00000 .- discharge as such ."mlnl..trA'.r.
    bonds In
    he needs for poker parties showing sell of Mitrrh. A D. I92f.II .
    1929 Insaid This day
    toMe the liberty compilation for as stated'
    walls
    the 2lt
    of modern appeals Exterior for purpose If H4IMHereby
    for : tn.UK M STKK'* OTI.1 J. DAVH,
    tine place referred
    the like- In national saving I above
    petition
    of us who seek distinction and brick; roof slate: foundation, the \first recession IT FllllTMFIl KKHOI.VKD A.lmlnl..trat.r. estate of J. 4. An.der .

    h character In our homes, for the "bar." windows steel casements In the twenty' yeara during That said' bonds. sbsll be In the denomination notice Is given that under ....a.1
    broadside tabulates: concrete; baa published tbla data of $100000, that bonds tnd by virtue of that certain finallucres 32I9I5UNOTH
    who tire of the commonplace The ; doors, wood, to special details. which It except Iba shall bear date of July 1. In JO. with of foreclosure made by the ,

    1 wont something new and re- Basement: Recreation r9Om reveals that all lections Interest thereon at the rate of f. 11per..nt. fudge of the Mth. Judicial, ('lr..ll.In OP KIVAI. l l*.'IIAH<..nHlxly
    laundry cold room, etc. New England and tha Pacific per annum, payable n. IS"1st and for Hradford County, Florida, '
    The broadside li such hall with Interiors: Flocrs, wood for linoleum recorded losses. day of July and tbe 1st day of. In Chancery on the 12nd day of clays after rlste hereof on te-
    First floor: Entrance celllngn. States groups and sue hbonds 1910 In favor of The wit: The 20th clay of May. 1930. I willpresent
    brick. of each year A. ,
    D.
    rpt> The broad front of finish; walls, plaster; showed January March. ..
    .
    coat closets living room The published nitres to become due and payable asfollows Federal Land Hank of Columbia, a my .u..t.r. .n.1 final ac
    expansive roof the deeply reentrance two room kitchen and a plaster, with cornices; kitchen that on Jane 29, 1929, tbe total f avIngs corporation and against. Kffle Crews.. fount lo ths ,"or.Ile. 0..0. A. J.tr-

    led and the general study dining composition tile; bath rooms. deposits la tanks and trust One Thousand dollars on 'Ifae\\: I et al Defendants. The dlner. county .Judge sdmlnlstrator of Kradfordcounty. ofIhe

    metrical arrangement ex- two car motor floor room.: Four bed rooms I tile; steam heat gas and electric companies of continental United of 19JS the, and years fiooooo 191* on to 1941 Jury 1 Inclusi of .. [ offer undersigned for sale, as at Hpeclal(he I..t..r.,will of ...... Ilorl.la., M an. Mnydcr.. cleceiwed.ancl .

    "arl8| character and II lanced Second cloaeU servant's wiring. States stood at 128.217.858,000. The principal: and ..rt.tth..f': : the Court house In Htarke, Florida, ask for their approval and .mydischarge
    administratorThis
    wardrobe such
    baths shall be payable of sals onMonday as
    legal hours
    'nlly, nothing "tipsy'1 here. two and bath. I Cublture, 37,900 en. ft. which waa 1193,305.000 below th of bonds the Chase National Hank. In the during I the May 5th. 1910, to Ihe highest 21st clay of Mjrin. A. D.

    m the orderly arrangement of room of which Complete working plans and similar total for 1928. when then city ot Nw York. Htate of New and best bidder ''I cs.h the following 1930.

    design find a lire- Third floor: (No plan of this house are Increase of J2.300.000.COO.) clerrlhed property lylsg and A. ft CHKWH.
    to an nKHOLVKDthat
    we expect ) specifications was T"M' IT FUHTHKIl being In Bradford County, FluridA, [Aclllnilltrtnr. eetiti* .f II. M Hsy.
    '18 layout In the plan-Just so- Is shown. reached by available for a nominal sum. Address an election be and the samele tj-wlt. "I. d.c.lut

    1 complete to the last detail. Large storage spaoa the building editor and refer hereby. railed. Hampton Jto be held on the at Sithf the I Tbe Northeast Quarlsr of North -.,-& _
    stairway.Celling school "bouse,
    "f maater'a bedrooms with two ceiling bouse 11-119.
    he'ghU: : Basement, sev- to
    that a wardrobe and plenty ol








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    part to contribute to the state's And exaggerates the dialect of jueet, settled down for a good 1923 was a member It f
    LA 1I Bradford County Telegraph prosperity. Despite the fact that course Just as other comedians laugh and this Is what we saw: laturea. rising to be speaker four '
    From Other Pens I INo heavy rains cut the season some- ixaggerate their Irish, Dutch or Jlggs driven front home by a shower house In one term, HI oubls:
    Established 1877 what short this was probably tie farmer dialect, to put it over.- of furnUure- -Llttle Orphan vice has been rat h.., )H

    .. -, ---- -- -- .- -, -- -- . -- 'IiI'o o most profitable berry crop the Tarpon Springs' Leader. Annie shedding tears over her dog, for faith fulness to I u i It, ,"el11,,,''"!,'
    4 gt'' Published Weekly! on Fridays and Entered as Second Class girl ran be properly kissed growers ever handled. Better mar- --- Sandy, who Is about to get shot- and, for the pursuit '?" aallr'I, ctl'

    un Office at Starke FloridaE. without tilting her chin to the keting methods Induced higher One Dade county taxpayer who the Bungles worrying,\; over an om- open politics. .Mlnm,' "|,JJl
    Post
    at the ,
    ; Matter proper angle.-Times-Union. Av- pr'ces: to prevail throughout the has been paying one hundred thou, nlous looking dagger-little Ger- 0-__
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    S. Matthews, ____________,------- Owner and Publisher ery picks the five-footers. season.-Sebrlng News. sand dollars in taxes yearly says I trude running everyone distractedwith If ever a man ran < .,..'
    0- because "his neigh- her terrible temper-Joe flee with the spontan. "V'
    -0We -- lie Is through ,
    I J. C. Robinson __n___________________._ Managing. Editor.. now have two-way televls- We would like' for the Starke bor who has paid no taxes for Jinks grumbling over financial of the press, thai m.,,,?, ?.? Et'I
    .. .... .. , . --- -- ----- losses--Wash Tubbs about to be S. Matthews
    - --- - -- of ,
    - few
    -- ion--you'look at her and she looks Telegraph to ten us of the progress several years settles for a su' 'k ,".ant J"
    fa'' SUBSCRIPTION RATE at you, and you both nay nothing. being mads'on the work on 'the I cents on the dollar rewarded by oaten by cannibals and poor little In the June prlman, ,?", ,:'
    Six Months 75c-Payable In Advance Times-Union. Words are un- Starke State Farm Macclenny the state for not paying taxes.- Boots held for ransom by kidnap- himself as a member ,>n i the pT
    L v r Yearly, $1.50; necessary. h'ghway There has been nothing Starke Telegraph This Dade pers. railroad commlsHlon H. ,b

    ? a Advertising Rates on Application --o-- done this side of the State Farm. dodger had better consult his law- newspaper man hlm elf ?,.
    = 1 -- .. .- .. --- " -- - Bradford county Is happy thatIt And after these big rains the road yer about the acts of the last leg- Heh! Ileht! Funny lent It? Al- and publishing the Bradford
    Mi''' deck. la tick free. There are no ticksIn Is terrible, particularly through islature, or he will find a tax certificate most'makes a fellow long for the ty Telegraph at Starke, but ,Ih
    School days are over and vacation days are on good old days when every comic not the sole
    of his
    ; Bradford except watch ticks and the farm. Macclenny Press. investor in charge I reason for tlteer,
    about another strip ended with "bang! or of the press, Mr' '
    in
    f" o bed ticks.-Times-Union. And -0I -- property year Matthew 7
    polly ticks.Knees. I Ocala Star hits the nail on the Tallahassee State News "zowlel" I first appointed by Governor
    arrived when local I
    ,ig nn 3 Delray Beach News knows summer has --0---. : head in saying wehn bribery Is ---0Wauchula --- I dee to fill a vacanci) on the,
    'i I [ people start bathing.It may be out of style but 'eliminated enforcement'! of the lays claim to having We wouldn't recommend your' mission, and was elected
    they are not out of 'ght-Brad- eighteenth amendment will be suc more pretty girls and matrons than reading the comic strips to children -I' large majorities in the lam
    a all
    ford County Telegraph. In style cessful. Starke Telegraph. The any other city of Its size in the now-a.days-they might elections. lie has rendered
    takes a man soused with moonshine to tell the world or out, some of them are certainlya eighteenth amendment isn't the country. We believe vltls claim is grow up to be morticians. state invaluable service,

    would do with lawbreakers. sight. Delray Beach News.o only law gummed up with bribery. true.-Wauchula Advocate. Cometo [should be returned ID p*,
    what he However the artists might be
    ; -- There Is gambling and opium Inverness If you would like to Lake Worth Herald.
    o Fifty million to scrap old cars! smuggling and-but the list Is too see the best looking, dyedinthewool right after all for it is Btlll un- --..0I -

    k Fishermen have thirty days left to use their old fishing Why not let locomotives and tele- long to print.-Dunnellon Sun. blondes now In existence. In- determined which the American I Hon. E. S. Matthews coot,
    phone poles do the work?-Times- ONo --' ' verness has more pre-tty girls per public enjoys more-a good laughor I to receive every assurance oft
    I 1 ; license before they will have to call for a new one. Union. Okeh. If you will put road editor coined the expression square Inch than any city in Florida. a good cry. ''support from all sections of t
    /
    J' ____ o hogs and drunks in the driver's "The editor's. easy chair."-Starke .-Citrus County Chronicle. Ida in his race for re-electi(
    t seats. Telegraph. 'The expression' was Most any town could truthfully The KvrnliiK Paper a member of the Florida rap.
    f' i' The Med-fly scare seems to have disappeared at'the same ----o---- coned as the'' name of a department make a like claim if the bars were commission. As a newnpap,

    time remaining Federal funds disappeared. The compositor set It up "Sin In a once famous magazine, let down to admit all wool-dyed I open up the city rag lor1 and legislator from Brat
    wp Spots" the other morn lug, Rather founded far back in the last century blondes. And read the greusome headings: county Mr. Matthews made AI'
    o accurate I should say, eh what! To and !td' bur opinion that the --o- Seven People Fall To Death creditable record that he Will

    p Staff of Bradford High turned out one of the best prepared which Robby of Starke would add, editor of that particular depart. In these times when prison Attending Airship Weddings. pointed to the railroad con
    4 ; the state. "Deucedly clever Old Boy!"- ment did.not have much to do- troubles are so frequent it Is goodto Boy Shoots His Father Who slon by Governor Hardee wh
    in
    school
    d M I' P' high school annuals of any Gainesville Dally Sun. Dunnellon Sun note,that there are many good Refused To GIve Him Money dom If ever, made a mistoi
    q 9 o ---0- -- words for Florida's own institution Movie Magnate Runs Away his appointments AS rail
    Q; ... The sun Is shining-folks are Florida has both Eastern and at RaIford. Of course, these good With Someone Else's Honey.. commissioner, Mr Matthews,
    1f1 i i l Interest in completion of road 28 should not lag until smiling-birds are singing-berries Central Time, the Apalachicola words come mostly from those on Girl Leaves Home And Takes To ed so faithfully and well thit

    the road as originally planned has been opened its entire are ripening-and we eat once river being the dividing line.- the outside looking In; still, it appears Dope was later elected for a full i,
    R1 morel-Bradford! County Tele Starke Telegraph. The Inverness that the Florida state prison As Lover Spurns Her Kisses.' and now that he Is reeking,
    '!r length graph. Once more is right If the courthouse clock has that beatento la well conducted, without either Famous Orator Kills Spit ond full term" we are pit-ana:
    o boss reads your stuff.-Miami a, frazzle. It doesn't stop at brutality or overmuch laxity of discipline. As Speech Is Met With Hisses. note the cordial and enthusl

    ? i r From census returns now in Bradford county should Beach Sun. Eastern and Central time but .-Sebrtng News. There Is Wife Shoots Husband As He Seelps reception with which his can41

    show a healthy increase in population when the final returns ---o- takes on Mountain Western Rag, good reason to believe that Flor- Because His Snores Annoy Her; is being received by the voten
    An exchange says a twenty dol- and various other brands of time, ida's state prison is one of the best Fifteen Bandits Capture Queen gardless of factional or sectllines.
    1 are tabulated. lar bill Is a man's best friend. A and sometimes It has no time at and most mercifully managed In And Say They Will Destroy Her .-Palatka Times-Herald
    !itt. o bill marker paid is hard to beat all-Inverness Chronicle. the United States. Dunnellon Baby Grabs His Brother's Head --._- -
    for looks.-Starke Telegraph. It'sa --DIn -- Sun. It is.Alachua, And Holds It Under Water. The newspaper fraternity I
    ; h i Physicians,announce a cure for "jake" paralysis Anyone big load off a man's mind- these times! when prison --o-- Man Comes Home In Drunken the voters of Florida In gen;

    1 foolish enough to drink such a concoction will drink it Dunnellon Sun. trotibles'are' so frequent it is goodto county officers arrestedthe State are Interested In the anion,
    t if assured of --o- note that there are many good driver of a truck carrying a And Scares Ills Only Daughter. went that E S. Matthews, Nand
    a cure.
    again Naughty J. C. R. of the Starke words' for Florida's own institution load( In excess of that prescribed by Timid Husband Bids A Spade publisher of the Brad;
    ? makes the observation at RaIford. Of then And Wife Breaks Up The Table County Telegraph
    r$ ,I -- 0a Telegraph course state law and are holding him for at Starke
    but being an astronomer, that knees good words 'come mostly from trial. Damage to roads of that Man Lets Mother Go In Rags bo a candidate for re-election
    Christmas shopping early
    to start
    it's too'early your may be out of style but they are those on the outside looking in; county caused commissioners to And Gives An Actress Sable. member of the state railroad n
    tit k Thursday shopping: is in order. The annual half-holiday season not out of eight Oh you Rabble! still, it appears that the Florida I purchase a weighing device and Crazy Loon, Runs Through The mission In the June primaries.

    J J l has arrived in Florida. -Gainesville Dally Sun. stata prison Is well conducted, turn over to deputy with Instruc- Street Matthews has been the publlt
    u --0- without either brutality or over- tion to arrest every driver carryIng And Fills The Town With Terror of the Telegraph for more i
    4. .0 Gulf county Is known all over much laxity of discipline.-Se- an Illegal load. This same Jealous Lover Stabs Ills Wife thirty years, and Is one ol
    Gainesville Sun headwriter in writing head for two Baptist the world for its wonderful Dead bring News. truck passed through Bradford, And Finds It Was An Error. state's best known cltlreni
    Lakes, and good Chamber of 0-_ Policemen Mow Dpwu Twenty fore becoming member
    a and like others of its kind using a ot
    Mich. made it "Two
    i i basketball teams playing at Lansing, Commerce would compel them to Miami State Republican has the roads every day, Is poundingthe Fiends state railroad commission he
    t Bandit Quintets Play." pay us a'' visit.--Gulf County solved the puzzling question why highways to pieces.-Starke And Send Them To Perdition ed as a member of the state It
    '.' Breeze. Why should you want, Al Capone Is coming to Florida regardless Telegraph. Weigh 'em and fine And then I read up at the top, lature for four sessions ((1'
    l.1j{ 0 Dead Lakes to pay you a visit? I'' of Carlton's orders. The 'em would not be a bad idea for "This Is the HOME': EDITION" 1907, 1911 and 1923 i. and a,
    :If. Clermont Press claims to,have' learned from authenticsourcesthat --o-- bankrupt Democrats of Dade coun- other'countles.-Tallahassee State commendable record asaltf

    ?f-J; the only dolls that call for mama when they are Knees may be out of style but'lthey're ty are depending upon him to pay News He has also been an*
    not out of sight.-Brad their poll taxes so they can make --o- standing leader In his comma
    44 r ; squeezed are the ones sold in .stores. ford County Telegraph. Even with that county safe for democracy. Bob Sweger, owner and publisher it.\u.no\n COMMISSIONER: serving on the town counc'l.i:

    tsf, 0 -- these new long dresses they can be Bradford County Telegraph.Who's of the Gadsden County Times, STATE PRESS; COMMENT: town bond trustees, the con
    + seen when the sun is shining, as It; going to pay the Republicans Quincy, is getting ready as president bond trustees, the BchooltruBle
    ;rr/ Milwaukee Journal says a sure sign of spring is the increasing usually Is In Florida.-Inverness poll 'taxes?-Miami Beach of the Florida Press Associa- I and helped to expend mats ttiR \\

    f{, } i number of advertisements reading. "I will not be responsible Chronicle. ... Sun. tion, to entertain the newspapermen I Eugene S. Matthews publisher million dollars by these boar
    '---, -=oWe for public Improvements, lad
    -
    for debts contracted by my Wife. and women of the state in :of the Bradford Couuty Telegraph,
    4 any, There's a stork farm in Levy often hear people say It we his town May 16 and 17. Bob Is running for re-election to the Ing county road and bridge wo
    o countY.-Starke Telegraph. Judging plant more vegetables and Berries says he Is planning a dinner\ danceat railroad commission. Wend like high school building, construct
    from some things that are hap we'll glut the market. Well street paving and installatloi
    e the State Hospital at Chatta-
    Ocala Star fails to see why we should worry so much to see him returned to that office.
    ,' pening around this town one or Louisiana ships in fifty days over hoocheo for the first nIght of the -Miami Death. Sun electric lighting and witter-
    : "r over the non-enforcement of some laws, saying that if all more of these old birds come over three times as many strawberries convention and those who like the systems. Matthews' eXt'CpU

    ,it' 'I} laws on the statute books were enforced we'd all be in jail here for a roosting place.Apop- as Florida does in four months. treatment may make application -o-- ability as a member of the it
    kn Chief. Other states ship more vegetablesIn for permanent accommodations It Looks like our friend Major E. railroad commission Is attested
    0 -o 'a week than this section does ina they wish. If Bob has It distinctly S. Matthews Is going to have a big a recommendation sgned! bj

    s4 Tallahassee State News is authority for the statement A, Powell says you should seea month. It isn't overproduction; understood that It is optional victory in his race for reelectionto I I Bradford county commission
    I girl's eyes when you kiss her It is poor distribution.-Wauchulu with us whether we. stay when we the railroad commission. Tak- the county attorney county icW
    ,(T that slightly over 44 percent of the taxes going to the general But 90 out of 100 girls shut their Advocate., get there, we may go to the dance. ing all things into considerationwe board county judge, sheriff!,

    >" M ;* revenue fund of the state during 1928 went to the plant board eyes.-Tampa Tribune. Gracious, o- -Lake Worth Herald. don't see where we could find assessor, tax collector, fir
    '"E and the state colleges. how wise some of these old para- Sidney J. Catts' physician said --0- a better man, and he's our neighbor court clerk, supervisor of regitt
    -ji graphera are! Apopka Chief. his physical condition would not find's Will For You and Me too.-Macclenney Press tlon and superintendent of set,
    ( 0 Eyes are useless at such close permit him togo to trial !In Federal Just to be tender, just to be true, --- -- of Bradford county. An edit

    ",{.. One crusty old bachelor says if the town would paint up range. court bat he has announcedhis Just, to be glad the whole day E. S. Matthews was appointed to In the Plant City Enterprise'; ,p
    ' --o- Intentl6ii''jpf' stumping West 'through, the railroad commission to fill a fished far from Mr Mattt
    like the, ladies we'd have a spick and span town. Something Ocala Star hits the nail on the Florida'ln'hfs'7afce' tor-congress. Just to' be merciful.. Just, to me vacancy'arising during the admIn- county, praises him highly
    ''f! could be said to the old bachelors about what a transformation head In saying( when bribery is Starke Telegraph"; In Florida, you mild. istration of Gov. Cary A. Hardee.He urges his re-election to the p

    clean would do for them. eliminated enforcement of the know a man' is likely to take a Just to be trustful as a child; Is owner of the Bradford Coun- lion he has filled so falthfull'
    a
    up
    ? e eighteenth! amendment will be successful. turn for the better any dayl and Just to gentle and kind and sweet ty Telegraph and from 1905 to Winter Haven Chief.

    o .,_Bradford County Tele- Improve rapidly. Tallahassee Just to be helpful with willing -. -- -- -
    graph. They might as well try to State News. feet;
    Plans for a double drive through the state prison farm \
    eliminate liquor Miami Beach -----o- Just to be cheery when/things go
    ? and beautifying of the roadside are among the plans Superintendent Sun. Form Letter No. 4O2S: wrong,

    a ' mitch has for the new road to the prison from Starke.In -o-- "Dear Sir: I got your dun whatI Just to drive sadness away with a IF ,
    Oral Star hits the nail on the owe you. Now be pachunt. I song.Whether -
    time this road will bean example of what can be done
    head In saying when bribery Is ain't forgot you, please wate. the hour is dark or
    ;! throughout Florida to make our highways the most attractive eliminated enforcement of the When some other fools pays me I bright, .

    in the world. eighteenth! amendment will be successful. pay you. If this wuz Judgmentday Just to be loyal to God and right;
    y.' .-Starke Telegraph. And and you wuz no more pre- Just to believe that God vknowa
    '
    o- when bribery eliminated apples paired to meet your Maker at I best. YOU 'J.':

    '4; A dinner dance at the Chattachoochee insane asylum is will be growing on orange trees.- am this account, you sure wouldgo Just in his promises ever to rest-
    Inverness Chronicle. to hell. Hoping.you will do Just to let love be our dally key. ,
    of the for the state
    reported by Sweger as part program
    ,lac o this, I remain, your very truly." That Is God's will for you and me.
    press meeting in Quincy May 16-17. The dignified state press Henry Ford has paid $10,000 for -Wall Stre' t'Journal. -Anonymous.

    members may manage to get out as easily as they get in, but I ail old printing press. dolly, this -o- --o----
    writer wishes he had saved the one They still ee'u; determined to In casting about for some means DEPOSIT
    leave of the
    Sweger evidently intends to some paragraphing
    he used to prlut the. Starke Advo- find Ate. met'll ods of taxation rather of relieving their tax burden vot-
    .
    ,r x ''I nuts where they belong. cate on about thirty-two years ago than abollbh'a bunch of useless ers of Florida should adopt the In-
    \ 0 Times-Union. Can't supply the offices and'consolidate some of the heritance tax amendment to be
    press, but can show some file cop- remaining ones.--Bradford. Coun- voted on in November. By adopting -
    The shooting by officers of a trouble-seeker Sunday night lea printed on it. ty Telegraph. Right you are, the amendment, they will not $2.00 a week for a year in the
    ;r is to be regretted because there are always others who are --o--- brother. A little good business be laying any heavier burden on ...
    Being crowned king Is not as mixed with some of our politics themselves, but will be divertingto Bradford
    1 innocent of any wrong-doing who must suffer from acts of the County Bank Sav-
    painful as being crowned with a would help very greatlY.GreenCove the state government four-fifths
    gyp; ;; guilty. At the same time our officers deserve commendationfor brick.-Bradford County Telegraph Springs Times. It the sales of the amount that Is now goingto ings Department the balance
    the prompt action taken to nip lawlessness in the bud. It The pain comes after th* tax I III put over plenty of politics the federal government by reason

    .pAt 4 "' will have the effect of checking the growing: tendency of those crowning "Uneasy the lies the headthat will be mixed with business.-Tallahassee of the federal tax. We might due you one year later will be
    wears crown.PerryNews. State News.
    feel that we are rich but we hardly
    whose actions lately have been to and rule th6 highways .
    gang -----sStrawberries ---- feel that we are so rich that we do $106.09. If followed for 2
    t + X and streets in armed force while inflamed with bad liquor. "--- 0- shipped from not want our state to have what up

    a K There is no place for them In as orderly a county as Bradford head Ocala In Stan saying: hits when the nail bribery on jbe( Is Starke growers this$415,406.80.'season brought The berries the rightfully past three belongs years to we it.have Withinthe sent years you will have $216.46; 3

    "FS and by their actions they_ have forfeited any consideration eliminated enforcement of the shipped for the Easter market. to Washington over thirteen anda years $331.30 10
    r due them. eighteenth amendment will be successful. 30 cents a quart. The berry sea: half million dollars in Inheritance ; years $1-

    t. .-Starke Telegraph. But son In Florida Is longer, than in I taxes, more than ten million 27611.: Start saving and
    ray; o which Is the easier to eliminate. any other state 'fend the prices bet, of which would have gone to Tallahassee now

    t k Our congressman. Lex Green, is now seeking one thing bribery or the eighteenth amendment ter because the berries are shipped' to be used in giving us watch your financial growth.
    ?-Ocala Banner through''the winter season
    right more roads better schools or reducing .'
    citizen should
    for the state that protest against-re-
    1 every is (In this to Interest
    ----0--- there anything :
    4
    our property tax. or '"
    something
    ''fr moval of the remains of the Seminole Chieftain Osceola from Palatka Dally News issued an 'growers 'kntbl.' .. section where of the kind, if we had had- per cent paid on savings ,
    ,
    I' Fort Moultrie, South Carolina to Silver Springs near Ocala. Interesting memorial souvenir edI- berries of the" ilnest quality can be I son Enterprise-Recorder, compounded semi-annually.
    tion Wednesday, celebrating the ? Chief.
    Apopka
    grown
    Silver is of nature's wonder and has --
    need
    b. Springs one spots no opening of the new Larimer Memorial --- .
    of the bones of that noted Indian to add to the "attractions" (Library. --- Starke Tele- Robinson of the Bradford County 4

    at so much per each, and it is shameful that commercialismshould ; graph. The library; one of the Telegraph gets himself all het I

    u prompt owners of the property to disturb his grave donated finest buildings by Andy In Melton's the state brother, was, of up the over Fresh the negro Air Taxicab dialect Companyof of Andy, around :townWe J Bradford County Bank

    It Osceola's Is to return to Florida its ,
    r body resting place Charley. -- Tallahassee State America Incorpulated. A tripto Bradford

    ,li'4 should be in the Everglades where the remnant of his tribe NeWs. Harlem will convince J, C. that havq the blues todayjustgot County's Financial Stronghold

    't, Rt still cling to their old hunting grounds. a there are many who use language through reading the funny STARKE FLA.
    The strawberry has done Its ,
    t N closely similar to that of Andy papers. We opened up the comic
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