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 9, 1930
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Ten CountiesTo Are You Counted ? GRAND JURY RETURNS FIVE Urge CitizensTo ABSENT, VOTES Extend Dredging '


Carry Out Send Census Slip CooperateWith LAW PUZZLES Of New River To ; ;


Tick Program INDICTMENTS AGAINST GAINEY Officers East Line Farm
Enumeration of Starke residentsfor I Davis> Nays Effort: Should lie Made
the decennial census has been
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County 'Show Clear; completed and the work of check- Kerommomlit Drastic Although It Is evident that It I III
d Hrl\.lfol'fl STATE Criminal Cases Ht for Trial He- Grand Jury IiiK|>r>c< Final Clean-up Under Way Ing Is now progressing, accord- TRUCK ,ginning Monday i Civil Cant** 1'11.1 to hid County of |jiw-. going to be difficult\ to carry out For I'rlnmry Elections! ;
Ing to Carl R. Leavitt
district
supervisor -
the absent voters' laws for the soc-
b IlHMMMHl Of.
| loss. Kloim-nt: and Their -
of census. GROWERS MAY
old primary In the Florida prd-
Eradication of the cattle fever In order that there may be none ItmortN.We manes. of next June, nevertheless. Tho board of county commissioners !
ilck under the plans of the State here who has not been counted GET U. S. HELP Circuit court adjourned Thursday every effort should be made to do of Bradford county, Florida t )
following drawing of jurors
Livestock Sanitary Board, will get when the final facts are compiled, I for Criminal cases set for next the Grand Jury of the above 8t, Attorney General Fred II. Davie I met In regular session Mon- !

P under way during March of next still another appeal Is made to the week[ after being In session since named Court, In this our final ban advised a supervisor of day, !May 5th, 1030, at 10:00: t Et

u rear In the following counties: public to be sure that every one In Jacksonville, May B.-Florida Monday disposing of civil cases 1 presentment, do respectfully\ show registration In an opinion. o'clock a, in., with all members ,

tl Citrus! Sumter, Lake, Orange, Included.It growers of vegetables and of fruits Case of Carl Andrews, charged unto the people of our county that Only an absolute impoHslblllty present as follows: J. O Crews
Seminole Brevard, Indian is possible that citizens other than citrus be In chairman, J. L. Underhill It, T.
: some may soon with assault with Intent to mur- the point hits been reached where of performance, will justify failureto
''i er. St. Lucie and portion River-I may have been' absent from the position to receive financial assistance der, is the' tint case set for trial It is vitally necessary for every abide by the absent voters' law Oxteen Drew Reddish and O. W. Si ,d,
teola and Okeechobee. city or home when the from the federal farm board Hlnson.Mr. g
1 enumera- next week. Andrews entering a "good citizen to do his full duty as In the second primary Davis said }
u Announcement\ of the board's : tor called, or In other ways escaped just as the Florida Citrus Exchange plea of not guilty Wednesday when a citizen in reporting violations of The attorney general Indicated Louis H. Hill of Lawtey. ,

plans for next year was made. enumeration. members have been aided arraigned. The following civil tho law to the proper olllcers and from his opinion that the dimcul Flu., appeared before the board 1

0 Tuesday by Dr. J. V. Knapp of I If you are not sure you were It was Indicated In an announce- cases were disposed of this week: to co-operllte with the courts, In ty In carrying out the law will b.> and presented the following mat- ,

Tallahassee, state veterinarianand enumerated or if you know you ment by L. M. Rhodes, state commissioner W. !\I. Bryan vs C. W. Ford, order that we may rid ourselves of because of the time allowed\ by the ter:

secretary to the board, follow- were not counted, please for your of markets, of a meet- damages (1,000; continued by that certain element, the drugs ol law for making the canvass of the "That, WHEREAS the State of .

ing the regular monthly business city's sake, fill out blank on bot- Ing: of the growers to be held In consent humanity, who have for some time votes. Florida, through Cnpt. J, S. Butch j

session at the organization's of- tom of this page and mall it to Mr. Plant City Thursday afternoon.At J. L. Frazier vs J. H. Scarborough past disregarded", the right of all "It Is evident from what you nay of the State Farm, In planning the

10 flees in Jacksonville. > Leavitt at once so that Starke will that time, Commissioner of our people and have been largely lit your letter that there Is a dredging of New River, and Bradford '
J,
L. Peek
and garnishee,
With the completion of the have a 100 per cent count. Rhodes said, the growers will confer successful In evading punish strong likelihood that the absent county being interested In
damage $1,000 continued.
E 1931 program the entire East Do not blame the enumerator If with Kelsey E. Gardiner, a ; voters' law cannot be administered the project,
D. E. Knight vs S. M. Scarborough ment.We
Coast cf the state will be freed of you are unwilling to do your representative of the co-operative wish to thank the sheriff In regarding to the second primer ', "Therefore be It resolved that
damages $200; verdict for ,
the cattle tick. Dr. Knapp pointedout. share. department of the federal board, plaintiff $107.80. and other officers of the county for )'. If the full time allowed by we, as a board of county commissioners

For several years the lower t and an effort will! be made to or- the firm stand they have taken law for making the canvass of tile appoint C. A. Pringle to
has been free, as the ganize the 1''). & Biggs; and W B. Brtnson votes Is "
East Coast growers Into an ex- against lawlessness and unsure followed out, Mr. Davis confer with Capt. Butch In reference
result of eradication efforts In that Three CandidatesFor change. Through the perfection vs If. B. Kerce, damages $300; attorney them that the greut body of the "al
area when the board, as now constituted of such an organization the grow- agreed, for judgment to en- people of our county approve their should be made to carry out' extension of said project an far pa

began its efforts. The State Office ers will be In position to requestaid tev. 'strict enforcement of the law and this Jaw, If possible, because only' east as the eastern boundary of:

clearing of Brevard, Indian River from the board, the commis- D. E. Knight: VII II. P. Gainey congratulate them upon their fearless an absolute ImpomilbllUy-of performance State Farm lands." '

and St. Lucie counties will com- Are Unopposed sioners' announcement stated. The and Otis W. Barry damages $250; execution of their duties. will justify falling to "' '
The above resolution '
;
plete the strip along the East afternoon session will follow a defendant withdrew pleas and We respectfully recommend to abide by It. Of course, this will : was
adopted. by the board, and Mr.Pringle .
Coast. morning conference between Mr. consented. ,fc'r. clerk to enter Jud- the court that Hubert Kelly he> not necessarily preclude an absent
instructed to make
Dipping will cease In that portion Three candidates of the demo- Gardiner I and Commissioner ment. '' sentenced for the crime of larcenyof voters' ballot being"" cunt under !!of; << said matter to the board.a report -

of Duval county to the west cratic party for state-wide officesto Rhodes. It. B. Kerce vs J. It. Scarbor- domestic animals for which he Section 429, 4.10: and 431, compll. Mi. Illckenbnker appeared before ;
be voted upon In the June pri- En ough, damages $1.000; verdict for till general laws It will not only
and north of the St. Johns river route to Plant City Commissioner I has been convicted and which sentence the board( and asked about
maries were the nominees of their defendant.Otis apply> to suction( 436, 437 and 438
and In Bradford, Clay, Ollchrlst, Rhodes leaves this afternoon -' deferred during good behavior securing the agricultural' scholarship '
Levy and Nassau counties June constituents with the closing of for Tavares where he will L. Leach vs S. A. L. Ry.; I and the method thereby provided for Melvin hutch, The matter" '"
the period for qualifying candi- address [ verdict for plaintiff, $60 and attor- fur voting an absent voters' bullet,
30 Dr. Knapp announced yester- a meeting of the Lake I '8'
'
We recommend to the Justicesof was laid over until next meeting
dates with the secretary of state 'ney fee ol!! $40.True "Under Section 409, compll ;.
the county sweet potato and
day, and simultaneously quar- growers the Peace that. the statute pro- Notary Public bond of Owen
having been reached over the hills KHurnril general laws as amended, It U entirely
antine station on the Lake City- assist them in the formation of a viding for the abetment of nuisances Griffin was approved.
Jacksonville highway near Mac- week-end. marketing organization. Accom- State of Florida vs Lewis An- probable that tho state call'vURlllnlf
be strictly enforced and that
elenny will be discontinued, he The nominees are Justices Glen panying the commissioner from derson, robbery. proceedings brought thereunder board can make the canvass Rich Glenn appeared before the
Terrell and J. B. Whitfield of the State of Florida vs Walter Man- earlier than the time therein board. and asked for help to undergo '
said lie announced that he had here will be F. W. Rlsher, a mar- against all guilty of maintainingthese
state supreme court, and !Mrs. R. Bell burning woods. Mpeclfled. And of course If this an operation. Same was r -
been advised by Dr. J. M. ,Sutton keting expert of the State Market- nuisances. It will be noted
of Atlanta Georgia state veterinarian L. Eaton, candidate for the Flor- ing Bureau while) S. W. Hlatt, an- State of Florida vs Walter that the statute provides that every tan be dune, t here 'IK no reason fused. "
ida { In alias Gee Franklin, why absent voters' ballots The following Inspectors. and
that the tick quarantine stations railroad commission group other of the bureau's staff men, Franklin Boy place In which gambling Is cannot u
on the St. Marys river near No. 2, )all of whom went through will join them at Tavares. breaking and entering. bo printed, even If It Is necessaryto clerks were appointed to serve In. ;

Kolkston and' near Woodbine the qualification period without Thursday night Commissioner State of.Florida vs Lewis Clark, committed (which would Include wire tr-o result to every countyIn the June, 1030 primary:

would would be discontinued dur- receiving any opposition. Rhodes and Mr. Rlsher will conferIn Inciting to commit perjury. slot machines) or where Idle, disorderly the state" Precinct No. 1, Lawtey: O. H. ?

R. A. Green, 01 Starke, congres- Lakeland. with officials and State of Florida vs Otis W. dissolute or drunken people ---- Pearce, clerk;; James Rosier, II. A.
ing June.
man for the second district Is members of the Gulf Coast Poultry Barry, disposing of personal prop- habitually congregate Is a Illanchard and J. H Moore, Inspectors.
Simultaneously with the board nuisance under our statute. Florida Press t
likewise the nominee of the demo- Growers' .Association. erty underState -u> .

meeting the April statistical report cratic party, as he also escaped -- of' Florida vs Brownie The matter of doctors' and hospital Precinct No :3 I, tt. Starke:; F77.

showing the progress of tick I the qualification period without Gainey, assault with Intent to mur- bills for treatment of Drownle GroupVill i I I Scott: clerk; S. S.. Dowllng. A. J.
Issued I
eradication in Florida was opposition. Not Guilty Plea der. Gulney, while a prisoner, has Thomas, and Aubrey Moore inspector \.
by Dr. Cole. It showed that no In addition to being! the nomi- State of Florida vs Brownie been brought; to our attention. It Meet In Quincy *. +

ticks were found In that sectionof I nees of the democratic party, those Made AndrewsCarl Galney, assault with Intent to mur- appears that Brownie Galney does
Duval county to the west and By Precinct No.3. S, Starke: J, L. t'
four have been returned to office der. not have sufficient\ funds. with I '
north of the river; that 111 head unless opposition develops froman I State of Florida vs Brownie which to pay for this treatment I'I'oinliKMit 1''I''II'.rn..n,1' Peek, clerk; T. N. Kendrick A. '

of cattle were found Infested on Independent source, aja the republican Andrews Wednesday after- Gainey, assault with Intent to mur. and, as It Is vitally necenmiry that Itlucnlors: Will "Nx-ak| lit An- W. Anderson and JV.. Andrews, if

the aouthslde of the river, the to- party failed to put up a noon entered a plea of not guiltyof I de.. the county adequately provide for n nn IAddresnes M..IIIII Jr.. Inspectors, '
Precinct No.4, Graham I Cheney ,
:
tal Inspections In the entire coun- State of Florida Brownie while Imprisoned and this
candidate against them, and hav- assault with Intent to commit vs persons
ty for the month, as reported by ing failed to do so, (cannot enter murder In the shooting on January Gainey and George Reddish assault treatment appears to have been by prominent newspapermen Fogg, clerk; J, A, Wasdln, F. ,

Dr. J. R. WIrthlln. the inspectorin candidates for those offices In the 5th of Charlie Manlre deaf mute, with intent to murder. necessary In order to preserve the [ educutnrM and other T. Abernathy and K. Strickland ,

charge, being: 26.210 head of general election under, the Florida of Hampton, and Judge Adklns set State of Florida vs Brownie life of Brownie Galney while a will feature the annual meeting; of Inspectors. '

rattle and 4,280 horses and mules. election laws. his trial for Monday morning. 10 Gainey and George Reddish, resisting prisoner, we reapectfuly recommend lhn .'Iorhllpr..s. aHMocliitlon Precinct No. 5, Hampton: J. E.
Other areas in which no ticks were o'clock. Andrews who has been an officer. to the board of county commissioners which will be held !May Iff and 17 Adkln. clerk; Walter J. Griffin

found during the month Included: t held In the Duval county jail, was No bills were reported In the of this county that they In Quincy, with It. L. Sweger, editor It. Johns and N. Wynn, Inspectors. ', ,ia

Bradford Clay, Gilchrlst, Levy Urge Completion brought here for arraignment, and I following cases: Clyde Morgan, pay the reasonable and necessary of the Oadnden{ County Times Precinct No.6, Theressa: A. '

and Nassau counties as well as In following his plea was immediately robbery; Charlie Sapp: .Gen Reddish expanses for medical treatment who IK president of the Association. Sullivan, clerk; John Hall S. R, '

Columbia, Martin and Union coun- Highway No. 28 returned to the Jacksonvillejail. ;assault to murder Sam Nichols and medicines. It cannot be said Approximately 100 newspaper Swindell and Sidney Trlest, Inspectors. I

ties where final cleanup work\Is He was not represented by ; 0. Lj'Sappiand',: Otis Morgan; (hat the county Is unable to provide men are expected. to be pres I
now under way. The other coun- 1 an attorney and only called two Dan Crews,:LewiClark. and Mamie for those In prison and pro- ent. Precinct No. 7, New IUvp:: Staf. ,
where the work Is under way Dr. J, J, Tlgert. president of ford Crews clerk; 0. W. Andrews
ties Putnam Hoard i'1N' >ts\\'Uh State witnesses Clark, arson; Cecil Refuse. vide for necessities to preservelife '
and In which ticks were found dur- Hoard Orlando Tuesday. Serving as grand jurors for the for common humanity re- tha.. University of Florida, will 1V.. Kelly and A. E. Sapp, ID"pel.torll. ,

ing the month are:' Alachua, Flag- !MRS.!! MILDRED AHKUNATIIY spring term' were: Arthur M. quires at least this. It- would Indeed speak at dinner at the state hospital y

ler, ,Lake Marion Putnam, St. Darby, foreman; S. R. Swindle, set an unwise precedent if In Chattahoochee the first Precinct No, 8. Brooker M. O. '
Total Inspections Palatka. May 8.-C. E. Currie, night, using his topic "The Hurrell, clerk; E. M. Hazen. J. D. t'
Johns and Vol usia. J. E. Rosier John C. Manning, the county refused to pay for this as
chairman. of the board of bond Funeral services for Mrs. Mil- Baxter and J. M. Mott Inspectors.Mr. .
,
the month throughout Twentieth Century Editor, Marcy -
that the
during F. F Flume, Joseph Andrews, treatment, for, In event,
trustees, and J. V. Walton attor- dred Morgan Abernathy, 18, wife Parker appeared before the
239,339 headof .B. Darnell, editor of the Florence
the area were: Truby L. Wainwright, B. Strick- next Injured prisoner who was put
cattle; 47,390 horses and mules. ney for the board, expected to at- of If. D. Abernathy, who died at land, T. A. Loadholtz. Jeff Lewis, In jail would be left without the Ala., H !r.it'l. and vice-presi board and asked for the appoint
tend a meeting of the state high- the Alachua county hospital yes- of hllC'.'- Appointment
ment patrolman.
A total of 674 vats are being usedIn J. L. Shrlver. Joe L. Harrell, Jr.. necessary and essential treatment dent of the Alabama press aIlIlO<'l&1 'ay
department !in Orlando today morning will be held at made. '
the work.. way terday Bon Kite, Fred O. Jones, Lacy R. We hope that the officers of the tlon will address the nesting was not ;
for the purpose of pushing claims Graham this afternoon at 3 I Mrs. Ruth Marr. Highland Fla..
F- tho subject of "The Making of a
Edwards, \V. L. Johnson, Ira W. county will make an extra effortto '
for attention concerning highwayNo. o'clock. Burial will be in chargeof the roll at
Cattle fever tick eradication In 1 Andreu, Ervln Dyal. secure the necessary evidenceto Community Newspaper wan placed on pauper r
Florida will bring about two good 28 from San Mateo to the the DeWitt C. Jones company close the many places In our "Libel laws as they apply to 15.00 per month. S' ,

results. It will eliminate one of Flagler county line. at Santa Fe cemetery.Mrs. I PLANK- f'iiiivVtNTIIMM01HHOW : county that come within the mean- newspapers" will be dlHciissefl by The following reports were presented

the worst pests known to cattle, 101:. Currie expects to Inform Abernathy ia survived by Ing of the statute. Stafford Caldwell' of Jacksonville and ordered filed: Countyjudges
and It will enable watermelon the state body that everything Is her husband a two weeks old ba- A special feature of the convention report county home' demonstration r

growers to ship melons Into Georgia completed as far as Putnam coun- by, and her father and The Madison Avenue Garden ARTHUR M. DARBY Foreman., will he a picture of the tnanufac- agent's report, county

bedded In native pine straw. ty is concerned and that the bond Mr. and Mrs. Staton: mother'l Club Is planning to put on a chrysanthemum turn of vapor shown by the agent's report, report of Inspector ?\
Gainesville Dally Sun May of marks and brand, and report oC ,"
trustees are ready to turn over show sometime In October Knight Brothers paper company.
.. right-of-way deeds and the pro- I Thin exhibit l III open to anyone 1!, U. MANY uuT:!! The social program Include a supervisor of convicts '

WONDERFUL: EGO: YIELD portionate cost assessed .against <\IMV: SHOWN!! IMPUOVK-: 'Who wishes to display HOME"': IN HAMHCUNOV: dinner at the state hoHpltal, a bar MI'V: Hayes, tax assessor. 4

IS CORRECT ((1)) this county MINT chrysanthemums' ,May and June jnctie at the Quincy country club, presented a supplement to the
a. The state road department has are said to be the best times In ,W. D. Mann, prominent citizen and for the vlnltlng ladles, a liiu- 192! assessment of automobiles.Same .

In a recent issue the Tele Intimated, it Is said, that it will Brownie Gainey wounded Sun- which to put out these plants. of the Sanderson community, diedat heon given by the Quincy Woman was accepted by the commissioner . ,

graph spoke of the wonderful - let the contract in July, provided day night April 27th. In an exchange Rules and regulations will' be an- his homo Monday morning. Interment Club. *. The said supplement ." '

egg yield from the 100- Putnam county is ready to turn of shots with officers seeking nounced later. was in the Manntown shows the following amounts 83-

,. hen flock of C. N. Cooper, over the right-of-way deeds and his arrest continues to showan cemetery yesterday afternoon with LAST IJ.\l' FOR <'AMHI"ATKH:"" sassed. : Stale $159.01 ; county ;

wherein he secured 2498 eggs Its share of the costs of construc- Improvement In condition, and Total of $18,000,000 net received the Rev. Charles A. Calli. of At. 1913.50; nut school regular .

during a 30-day period and tion. Owing to the fact that this will recover unless complicationsarise. by 12,000 orchardlsts In anta conducting the services Today In the lant day for county 110.90 ; sub. school bonded, $5&.- '

tho article stated "averag- is- a federal aid project and that He Is under the care of Florida during season of 1929-30 Mr. Mann was an active memberof candidates to qualify for the June 11. d

ing 83: eggs per hen for the some 60 days will required for nurses at the Marr hospital wherehe from sale of 14,000,000 boxes of the Church of Jesus Christ of primaries. and the day on which Thero being no further business 4
of Florida Matter Day Saints and was presi- the first account must be the board adjourned until the next } yi
30 days." As this equals almost the government to check the was taken following an opera- fruit, according to figures expense I I,' ;
three eggs per day for deeds, the board of bond trustees tion to remove the bullet. Citrus Exchange. dent of the Sanderson branch. filed, according to County Clerk I' regular' meeting to be held the first
the letting by In addition to his widow, Mr. Alderman who has notified candidates Monday In June, 1930.
doubt to expedite -
each hell It is, without hope
Orlando today. Mann, who was. In his seventy- of the law requiring them C -- i t
and at
record Hock their appearance
the world's seventh year Is survived by G.I W. to file their accounts with lAUTiV: WHOUM' LAIN
to stop Inquiries as to where It Is hoped that the contract for, HAVE YOU BEEN ENUMERATED? expense
Mann, F. II. Mann T. O. Mann him.
San Mateoto
.. be bought grading the road from I
such hens can terminus will Owen Mann J. B. Mann, Joe The population of Lawtey, as
remarks, its Flagler county .
and other sarcastic Mann and MUs Malphla Mann, all lulll'I.ING .\1.....;, oi'i\s: ,.. initi: : shown In the preliminary announcement
the admission 1&l hereby made be let in July at which holds time the its If not, or if you have any doubt, fill out this coupon of Sander onj; Mrs. C. C. FarMer of I of the fifteenth cen-

of an error in calculations. state road department I and mail to: Baldwin, Mr*. T. W, Arline of The Jolly Time Bowling/ Alley ''s"., has been announced as 664. r

To be exactly correct the regular meeting. Tampa, Mrs. J. L. Melrose and opened here Wednesday in the old as compared with 372 on January

yield averaged 24 and 24-25 L"n-L.Ga: .1) CHICKEN CARL R. LEAVITT, Supervisor of Census Mrs. Ollie Ferrlra of Jacksonville Powell building next to the Gaiety I, 1929( a gain of 182. 23 farm
}()
eggs per hen for the 30 days 103 Hendricks Avenue. South Jacksonville. Fla. and Mrs. Thornton of Starke. Theater, and has been well patronized were enumerated therein. The report -. "
or if wanted in round numbers had somethingof since the opening day of the product: Including
Dr. O. L. Ilaynes
.
practically 25 egg per last week In a .\S sOl'. e.K: KOIl COMMISSION: !! This Is one of a chain of twelve juwtey, has not been announced.

hen.On S- hatching a curiosity of Rhode Island baby On April 1, 1930, I was living at address given be- Kit:l alleys owned by L. I>. Undnrwood e

the other hand, the be chicks, one of which had four per- low but to the best of my knowledge I have not been and C. L. Walker and operated ItlrllM
writer of the article would It. P. Gainey of Brooker, announces out of Ocala. --
willing to bet the entire flock fectly developed feet and drum- enumerated, either there or anywhere else. In this Issue as ct candidate Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Grille,
extra feet were
sticks. The two
against one Easter egg that for county commissioner from Total of 9,184 barrels of clean Starke, girl, May 1.Mr. .
not one reader In ten noticed on the right side and of touched the chick the Name __ _____________________ _____________ District. 6, running against the oyster shell planted by State ShellFish and Mrs. Walter Moody /
together,
the 'bull," but that 10 per close Out- present Incumbent R. T. Osteen. Department up to March t ISIh Highland. boy, May B.Mi '
with the normal pair. .
rent would be enough to prevent ground Street and No------.----- ------ --- ---- Mr. Galney ha served his district on ParadlrfH and lug Bayou tint : *, and Mrs. Llbern Kersey,
of Its extra pedals it was apparently -
him from doing any fur- side killed In the past as county commissioner and St. Vincent sound according Starke. boy. May I. :

ther hen-and-egg calcula- -. the okeh.night but by It the was mother City __ ,, - - - - - --- - . -- and Is well qualified to look af- to E. C. Strickland. Commissioner II Mr. and MI'!!. R, L. Strickland.,i

tions. during It ter the duties, of the ofltce.Yd' of Department Ralford, boy, May 6.
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.S j air PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY; MAY o. 1030!

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aA, i think it will; first, It so happensunfortunately In memory and In honor of mother. McDonald and Mrs. Jennie Ron.er .

,. this week.
that deb .
we are a s __
Taxes---Our Most tor state; our citizens! are not iv7 B. Y. P. U. at 7 p. m. Miss Hoprlche. of Palatku who],

n; large holders of this class of prop- ? e1 Worship at 8 p. m. Congregational has been nursing a case in town

IIp i f rty; the other fellow holds our singing and short addressby for several weeks, returned u, her

< Serious Problem notes, our bonds, our mortgages, the pastor. home last Sunday.
''a Mission'study on Wednesday J. B. Prevatt was
other fellow Is
and too often the tiancustinj
n non-resident that 'we cannot Thy word it t lamp unto my feet, and alight into my pith.-Psaln 119:105. evening at 8 o'clock A new book business in Starke this week

a Aj I (By lion. George F. Westbrook, Member Florida reach; again, thin class of prop- All religious teaching, doctrine or "All the World In All the Word", Sheriff Epperson of Stark, yes
rl Jguv
r3iuvrhnvf
erty Is difficult to find and assess, \J.: 11 creed, if they are to have any claim Is to,. be studied each Wednesday attending to official business hers

Legislature, Lake County.) is easily concealed and the honest upon the l love, loyalty and devotion of the people, must be in harmony with night. Come and Increase your this week.

taxpayer has to pay where the dishonest the teachings of Jesus the Christ whose words fit into every fold and creviceof missionary knowledge and Inter- M.r.{ J. W. and :MItts Ada Mm.

checks the human heart and of whom it waS said in John 7:46,"NEVER MAN est. mo had as the'r'! guests last
offices Sunday
To my mind, the greatest problem salaries you want cut, the man escapes; some SPAKE LIKE THIS "
MAN.
their sister, :Mrs. W. P. Bin
i be put on Its concealment, butI of
e'' which faces the people of Lake you want done away with, and see can
know that a large mart of It can noisy praise. He saw the suffering PKKSItYTKUIAX' Alachua county,
county, and many other countle how long It will take to get enough never be reached; and last, the I of himself and the sorrows of Mrs. P. B. Hunt Mrs O. HaYnes

In the stain Is that of taxation of them on your list that will even SUNDAY SCHOOL :Mrs. R. M. Faver and children
"When he
: amount to one mill. tax in the case of notes Is too of- LESSON the people. was come 10 a. m. Suunday school, J. :;M.Trub tB
Nothing else is so vital to our very then passed on to the debtor; yet, near, he beheld the city, and wept Croft and Cordon Weest, attend.

r existence as Is some measure oft No, that Is not the way the tax In spite of all its! objections, It Is over it." He foresaw the destruc- 11), supt. Morning worship."Mother's ed the show at Starke, last Saturday
problem Is to be solved; I do not a. m.
t ' relief from the almost conflacator; want to be misunderstood: tam' unfair to allow this class of prop- rOll MAY II, Hmo: tion which befell Jerusalem by the Day" will be observed .

;) k rates which we are now compelled erty to escape, and the tax on Intangibles Romans some 70 pears later, utterlY with special sermon and music. Mrs.. J. R. Colley and daughter
of the
as much In favor economIcal -
i, 9, ;, to pay. It has always been the admlnl trat.on of the state should be put in effect, Subject: Jesus Acclaimed a destroying It. Come and wear a white flower In Misses Shirley and Frances. of

;' ; custom of candidates for the legislature government as anyone Is; I am a with every safeguard around It to King honor of your mother, "the best Wildwood are spending this week

r to promise the people lower in Lake county andI prevent evasion. Golden Text: "Uoaa1 na to the A PIIAYKK .'On \LL I woman in the world." with Mrs. Colley's parents, Mr
large taxpayer \
u taxes this has become a regular Inheritance taxes are wrong In : and Mrs. J. F. Houser.
i ;s ;. expect to remain here and makea Son of David; Blessed Is he that 7 p. m. Christian Endeavor,
f politician's hobby-a hope held living for myself and family and principle, but we are forced into cometh In the name of the Lord: Psalm 118:33.: Teach me, 0 Topic, "Developing Good Will Mrs. M. M. Fancher of Lakeland -

I out to the voters which they afterwards I am Just as seriously affected by the rld'culous position of contributing Hosanna in the Highest." Matt. Lord, the way of thy statutes; andIsnail Through The Home" Is visiting her mother Mrs

'k learn has not materIalized. $4,003,000.00 annually to 21:9.: keep it unto the end. Mary Prevatt.
r the high taxes as any man is. I 8 p. m. Evening worship, ser
to make and federal that Give understanding Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Sweeneywere
I havo one promise the government we 34. me ,
do not object to economy-- be- Lesson Text: Matt. 21111.: mon and song. Sermon subject, "I
.t 11 no other-I will do all that I canto need badly at home; the peopleof and I shall keep thy law; yea, I shopping in :Jacksonville thin
Believe Jesus Christ
lieve in it-but what I do objectto Introduction: "Jesus first com- in the sec-
r' provide adequate relief,; I do the state have the opportunityof shall observe it with my whole week.
Is the misleading of the people ing to earth was to make re- ond In a series of Sunday evening
S not say that I will succeed, because voting for this tax at the next heart. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. C. Hammerer
The the creed.
for sermons on aspostles'
demption
:nto believing that through econ- our race.
t' that Is beyond the power of: election! and you have It in your slain from 35. Make me to go In the pathof of Philadelphia, who have been
'the Lamb Prayer meeting Wednesday 8
alone they satis- statement p.
omy can secure
'r.' rl to accomplish. to reduce taxes from I thy commandments for therein spending the winter months here
ll ,' any one man factory relief. power your the foundation of the world means ; M. A cordial invitation to all our
:.: The hue and cry has been raised six to eight mills at one lick-just do I delight. returned to their home this week
e What then; Is the remedy 1, that Jesus mast always have services extended to all.
f { all Florida that the for the amendment 36. Incline heart unto thy W. O. Bennett of Hawthorn
: over way by> voting ; yet known that In coming into the my ss-
There Is no or "cure aU"for -
"', to reduce taxes Is to operate the panacea we find the leading papers of the will he : testimonies, and not to covetous- NOTICEThere Blatant signal maintainer, was the-
his Fathers
world to do
high taxes the remedy lies in
Irp ;
d etate government more economically state opposing this amendment.No nesll.I guest of Mr. and Mrs. M. C Sweeney
hard and constructive work, utilizing would lay down his life in sacrificial will be a cemetery workIng -
abolish boards need fear Increase in I 37. Turn mine from last Sunday.
i i ( some commIssions one any away eyes
1 the brains and talents of atonement for the people'ssins. at Mt. Slat Thursday, May 15.
reduce all sal- this' amendment it and Mrs. J. T. Hill is spending this
etc., and taxes by as beholding vanity; quicken
As the end of his ministry
those best qualified to render pubic All those interested are required to
4 a r aries. I want to say In the begIn- only means the diversion of the thou me In thy way. week with her mother mother at
service. There has been appoInted drew near, he deliberately went toward come early and bring working
. ning that I desire to see every useless same tax we are now paying from Jerusalem to himself 38. Establish thy word unto Lake Butler.
1' by the a put tools.
governor group
board, or commission, abolished Washington to Tallahassee; and into thy servant, who Is devoted to thy '' *
of men who have been picked from voluntarily and knowingly 522t. O. W. Dyal.
4 and I am In favor of a rem Isten-this tax does not concern * fear. Civil, mechanical and electrical
those leaders who
the hands of
the entire state these men are .
. % duction In the operating expenses ; estates of less than $100,000.00. wished to destroy him. He arriv- 39. Turn away my reproach engineers of many sections of
representative business men, and NOTICE
j''y'' of the state; but I also want the Income taxes are prohibited by * which I fear: for thy judgmentsare Florida and several parts of the
ed at Bethany Friday evening.
they are giving much time and
people of Lake county to realize our constitution and all that we good.' United States will meet at Ocala
,' study to the problem, and I am At the close of the Sabbath at sundown There will be a home coming
1J that they cannot obtain'any substantial can do is to submit an amendmentto attended in the 40. Behold, I have longed after April 17, for a three-day session
confident that they will make some he a feast day at the Long Branch
tl Ii reduction in taxes by such be voted by the people; I favor who had thy precepts: quicken me In cemeterythe of the Florida Engineering society
house of Simon
a man
eport that will be valuable. At 2nd Sunday May the 11th.
c :methods Economy in the opera.. the submission of this amendment, Here anointed thy righteousness. The gathering, to be the four.
the same time It must be noted been a leper. Mary The public is invited
cordially to
;rr lion of all governments, national, and will of course vote for It, because him for his burial. (John 12:1-: Prayer; "Open my eyes that I teenth annual one for the organi
that opinions differ very widely; be present Will have good services
1, etate, and local, is the watchword' there Is no tax so sound in may see, Glimpses ot truth Thou ration, will bring out speeches,
S i can out and get almost 8)). and dinner the
go
you any on ground.
of the day, and It is the taxpay prIncIple as the income tax, and he Jerusalem hast for me; papers and discussions of vital Interest .
The next day rode into -
two business men you can find, put H. D. Carter Clerk.
! er's right, also his duty, to demand only through it will we ever be colt admlst an excited Place In my hands the wonderful to the engineering preten
the problem up to them, and. if on a .
i it. But when the people are, able to reach the class of taxpayers key That shall un-clasp, and sion. _
demonstration the
t
by common peo-
you do not give them an opportunIty _
deceived into believing that the beat able to pay-those who set me free.Silently S

present high rate of taxation can almost to Invariably compare notes get you different will profit off the others. ple.At the close of last Sunday's now I wait for Thee, I HAMPTON Cedar Keys Cedar Key State

1t be substantially reduced by abolIshIng I also favor a reasonable tax of the of ready, my God, Thy will to see; Bank reopened for business with
Jesus city
was near
esson ..
answers; the truth Is, they don'tknowthey Su A J. N Ira mo. Cor.
S; a few boards, a few come all want lower taxes, corporation franchises; like other Jericho. The blind beggar, Bartl- Open my eyes Illumine me, capitalization of 25000.

missions, reducing the number of taxes, there is a point beyond maeus, called to Jesus to give him spirit divine." _
all that something Is
y judicial circuits, and cutting a few agree wrong which we cannot go In the levy of( sight. The people rebuked the Remember the Sabbath Day, to Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Dennison
but> are not prepared to offer a
L a salaries, it Is time that the truth constructive remedy.I taxes on corporations, because its 1 I beggar for disturbing the Teacher, Keep It Holy-Exodus 20:8.: Go to and son, were visiting here this J A. RUPERT
rc
be made known. not necessary that corporationsbe Church Sunday. week.
,
t but Jesus stopped and healed the \
have studied taxation for .
pj The average tax rate !in Lake formed at all-partnerships W.. II. Maxwell and family of
blind and he Jesus Dully Bible Selections
man, saw. was :
I do not offer
r myself as an
9y years; Miami, arrived here last .
100 mills and do the Sunday.Mr. Dentist
'county la ; the exact rate trusts can same things, never too busy to stop his work Slay o, IDio:
I
expert nor am an authority on
varies in the several districts, but taxes ,but I have no hesitancy instating and If the tax Is too high It would and do a kind act for a person In'' Our Hope Is Eternal-If in thIs Maxwell has accepted a position -,.
&t this is about the average; the defeat Its own object; but there Is with the S. A. L. railroad, at '
vIews; I take this posItion need. life only we have hope In Christ, KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 1<1.I ..*.
t rt, state's portion of this levy is 14.n ,- my certaInly no valid reason why a Waldo, and will be located there
: that no substantial relief can The lesson today begins! "And we are of all men most miserable.But .
1-4 mills; many taxpayers do not. reasonable tax should not be placed real soon.
be had from high taxes when they drew night unto Jeru- now la Christ risen from the
present ,
E5 ,know what the state tax la levied on them. Also the corporation Mrs.vII. F. Chesser was guest
salem, and were come to Beth- dead, and become the first fruitsof
except the raising of substantial -
for. and It is easy to jump to the upon charter tax should be Increased by i of her daughter, Mrs. G. W. Shawof
sums from other sources. In phage, unto the mount of Olives, : them that slept.-1 Cor. 16:19.:
conclusion that lot of it wenty-five cent Gainesville last Saturday.
a goes per
then sent Jesus two disciples, say- 20.
other words the larger portion of
,
to support the boards, courts and I am very much In favor of a Mrs. W. S. Wilson and childrenof
Prayer 0 God
whatever sum of that is evidenced ing unto them, go Into the village : Thou Eternal
" other things that are under fire. by reduction money in taxes reverance tax; such a tax Is In effect over against you, and straightwayye One, Thou art God of the living Osprey, have been the guests of
a on
,v, ,S I happen to know what the state In most states, and should be Mrs. Wilson's mother, Mrs. Idella
shall find and colt only.
real property must be raised by an ass pad. a
mlllage represents, .and any taxpayer here; It is now possible, and It Is Priest for several days.
1 with her: loose them, and bring May 10, 1030 i
'l the taxation of other classes of g
{ N can get the Information by frequently done that a. corpora- Mrs. F. M. Taylor and children,
them unto me. And If any man Victory-When this corruptibleshall '
vs n, a' little search. The state levies property.This Is fundamental too lion (or individual) may buy a say ought unto you, ye shall have put on Incorruption, have been visiting friends and
taxes for schools Well the ; manyof tract of land cut all the timber off say'l relatives in Starke this- week.
A as as fixed and The Lord hath need ot them; and this mortal shall have put on When Fire Gels
county does, and all of the institutions !- our expenses are cannot It, and never pay a dollar in taxes straightway he will send Immortality, then shall be brought Mr. 'and Mrs. O. L. Harrisonwere
be reduced
4. of higher learning are supported by any economy -the land can revert to the state \ transacting busIness! in Jack
"House of to the that
I Bethphage means pass saying Is written Ceijond Control!
No reduce the debts he ) )
one can
+ entirely by the state; theY when he has despoiled it. There figs," and Bethany means "Houseof Death is swallowed up In victory.1 sonville last Saturday. I
owes except by payment, and this Mrs. C. II. Priest of Starke has
state also furnishes free text books should be a reasonable tax upon dates." Both the villages were Cor. 16:64.: ,
'/ prIncIple applies much more strIctly R.l I..>woolly Wh.o.kept In In place
the of of the natural recently visited friends and relatives
to a large number of school chil- severance any
; to states and governments than near Jerusalem. The two discipleswere Prayer: All glory, laud, and .a m awful ind nliublt. ununt But
dren; In all, the expenses of the products of the earth-tlmer probably John and Peter, honor to Thee, Redeemer, King here. whra. If |..M btyood. bomia control! KTfcm

state educational department comprises to Individuals, because under some > naval stores, lme: rock, phosphate The unbroken colt was regarded May 11, IDJJO Rev. Montgomery, pastor of the .baaw..d....._

x about one-half of the total cIrcumstances an individual may and the like. aa sacred. It was proper, there- Our Lord Jesus Christ-O Methodist church, preached here .,r. numtroo way> ;h which tit
; general ,revenue disbursements of turn his property over to his creditors No tax has occasioned so much the death last Sunday morning and Rev. F. ...,Marc, anr one of which it raScxntnuoa
fore, that King of Peace where is thy sting? 0 grave;
; the state and begin life anew; while dIscussion as the proposed general M. Taylor preached at the Methodist whr TOO ihould .hays aoc luielrinnrutt. .
should ride Into Jerusalem on the where Is thy victory? The stingof .bit ADIQUATI nock fat
a We maintain the very foundation of our government I sales tax and I want to make church at 7:30: p. m. .
the hospital for colt of an ass. The disciples were death Is sin; and the strengthof Insurant. nruuund. to. tilt pcwnl hOf ?
it the Insane at Chattahoochee, at a is Its responsibility. my position clear about It-I regard told to say to the 'owner of the sin is the law But thanks be to Mr, and Mrs.. J. Pursley spent row. PIOp''''.

;" cost of about million dollars In Lake county on the 1029 the sates tax as too revolutionary I the week-end with their children, _
a a animals "The Lord hath need of God, which gIveth us the victory CotmtHAROLD: khv .hw
, year, yet those three thousand In- valuation, it requires an averagetax In character to be enactedby them." This owner was probably through our Lord Jesus Chrlst.1 .- Mrs. Carpenter' and Mrs. Tuten I I. --.....- --'
c levy of 100 mills to support of Pala'tka.Rev. .
-",; ane persons are more economically the legislature, even If the legIslature a disciple of Jesus and therefore Cor 1666.47.Prayer : *
. the government; of thIs 100 mills, has to do which .' NorrIs will preach at the C. WALL
P S;', kept, at one Institution than if power so, willingly sent them to him : Blessed Lord; "Thouare
It will take not less than seventy- form Baptist church next Sunday morn- ,
I do not believe It has. This I
they were returned to the counties "All this done the
waa that It mightbe King of Israel, Thou David' '
five mills to pay the Interest and of taxation Is such radical departure ing and evening. INSURANCE
a -
y? ; we have a state prison nt Rat.a fulfilled which was spoken by royal Son." "
sInkIng fund on our bonds, and to standards Mrs. I. W Wesley of Waldo, is
from our accepted I
which also costs lot to
\ ford, a the prophet sayIng Tell :ye the May 13, lotO:
operate our schools; In additionto the guest of her cousin Mrs. A. A. STARKE. FLORIDA
ss that it should not be attempted
kri ; It is less
maintain! expensive
, -yet, daughter of Slon, Behold, ,thy Abounding in the Lord-There-
:iJJ.! tban having the counties care for this, sufficient must be raisedto wIthout a vote of the people. No King cometh unto thee, meek, and fore, my beloved brethren, be ye

.; their own convicts; and then we operate the county on, and to reasonable man can oppose the sitting; upon an ass, and a colt the steadfast, unmovable, always

:MS! : ) have the pensions for Confederate contribute( to the operation of the submission to the people of a foal of an ass." Zacherlas prop- abounding In the work of the Lord

!; veterans-amounting to over a state. All of you know that it re- Question which so vitally concerns hesied this entry about 6SO years forasmuclr! as ye know that your

'e'iI, d'1"4': '! million dollars a year; I do not utrea. .some, money to operate any them, and If a majority ofthe before the date of this lesson "And labour Is not in vain In the Lord. I NEW'HEAVY

.' hear any loud voice calling out to government-we can economize people want it, let them, say the disciples went, and did as Jes- -1 Cor. 15:68: '

"f 'tdr If stop paying this. ,all we want to, but we cannot return 10 at the poll. ua commanded them. They Prayer: "Thou, good and gracious -'

.1; ,:;" Read thIs paragraph carefully; to a state of anarchy and I have written at some length, brought the colt and the people King, Accept, the prayer we DUTY"

'1rJ.. i 1'\\ We can eliminate the entire stales have no government at all; neither i as It Is Impossible to discuss such placed their clothes on It and set bring." ,

!s .. government, except the educational can we expect the Salvation Army, a serious question In a short article Jesus thereon. That was a cus- May IS, 1030 tells what it Ls-but not

,,4;, '" system, the pensions to Confederate or some charitable organization ; I have tried to make my posItion tom at the crowning of kings. The Imperative ChargWatchye :you

.t,; \ t veterans, the state prison to do this for us. St<> what material plain,. and to sum up, it isas When Solomon was to be crowned stand fast In the faith, quit you HOW FINE IT LOOKS
<<
. and the Insane asylum, and you fleet Is all of the economy that follows: King at Jerusalem King David like men, be strong. Let all your

7: t. will find the taxes cannot be reduced can be practiced, when there Is 1, Strict economy In the operation commanded. "Cause Solomon my things be done with charity.-!

' ,6 6, t S four mills! Yes, abolish the only 25 percent of a budget that of government. son to ride upon mine own mule, Co,. lft:13: 14.

\i\ j entire state government, including can be .made subject to economy? 2. Elimination of the state tax and bring him down to Qlhon." I Prayer: Lord God help us to STUNNING

;.., M' the governor and his cabinet, The other 75 per cent Is fixed. levy on real property, the state toget The people "Spread their gar becomo men after Thine own : lookingbe

j, k l//j''.I all administrative officers, the legislature Two years ago I advocated the ; its funds from Inheritance ments In the way; others cut down heart. I

",,: +i the supreme court, all of taxation of all classes of property, taxes, taxes on franchises and branches of the trees and strowed May 14, 10:10: sure to see it

l' > : 4 the circuit courts Including all and 1 still adhere to that opinion; privileges, Insurance taxes, cor- them In the way." Tho God of all ComfortBlessed '

::' judges and state attorneys, every 1 want to sea every species of poration' franchise taxes and charter As Jesus entered the city the be God, even the Father of our before you buy tires

': ': .t:; bureau, board, commission and property bear its Just proportion taxes Inspection fees, with so peoplo cried "Hossanna to the son Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of

:, employee, except only the four of the,expense of government. much of the'motor vehicle license 01( David; Blessed Is he that mercies and the God of all comfort This new Goodyear Heavy Duty .Is

'j'I 1 . 1 departments named, what have we We will first consider the gasoline tax as may be required. cometh in the name of the Lord. ; Who comforteth us In all our more than extra-mileage: extra-:

is i i.{, saved? How much, in dollars and tax. We have at present a 3. Discontinuance of all new The books say "Hossanna" Is tribulation that we may be able to endurance Ure-it's an extra-STYLE:

, ; cents, will we reduce taxes It we six cent tax on gasollna. At the construction of roads by the state "An exclamation of adoration comfort them which are' In any tire as well. '

'1" not only economize, but eliminate last session of the legislature laws and return of the entire' gasoline which means 'Save 'we pray, or trouble, by the comfort wherewith

\;$:., :'r, { the state government were passed which would have tax to the counties; dIscontinuance Save now* ". something like the we ourselves are comforted of It gives your ear a new and smarter

9. Answer: Leas than five cents on distributed this tax In such man by the counties of raalntaln- phrase "God save the king." God.2 Cor. 1:3- 4. look.

yr' ,y each dollar in taxes! ner that the counties which had ante work on Important roads, "All the city was moved, say- Prayer: Teach me', Lord even

{t, : These are the facts; you can figure ,constructed the greater part of the same being done by the state road Ing. Who Is this? And the multi- me, that I may be a true partner It' bigger, handsomer more massive:

l dc L. It out for yourself We find state road system would have receIved department. tude said This Is Jesus the prop- wIth Thee of comfort.

a larger part ot the tax; 4. The addition of Intangibles het of Nazareth of Galilee." They May 15, 103O The All-Weather Tread is extra thick.It .

through-4S I this would have provided a tax and severances to the classes of never realized that Jesus was the Abounding Consolation For has a 6-ply body of stoat SUPER-

v E on the judicial system; they say reduction In Lake county of 25 property now taxed. Son of God. as the sufferings of Christ aboundIn TWIST CORD. Goodyear patented

b'r'at' ,- : we have too many judicial circuits per cent, as compared: with 1928 5. In every case that a new When the chief priests heard us, so our consolation also and obtainable ONLY In Goodyear

d ; we have twenty-nine Judicial taxes, but the supreme court has tax Is authorized, such amount as "tho children crying In the temple, aboundeth by Christ.-2 Cor. 1:6.Pra.er Tires.

j circuits In the state, and It Is held such a distribution of the taxis may be realized to be applied In and saying, Hossanna to the Son : Yea Lord, "we rise by

f.i said that In our straightened circumstances Illegal and that the tax must reduction: of the real property tax, of David; they were sore displeased stepping stones of our dead selves Come in and see IU!

,! } we should reduce go' back to the counties In propor- and not for new expenditures. and said unto Him, 'Hearest to higher things. Goodyear:

P '&kr them to twenty-discontinue nine 'on: In which it Is paid In. I do The following questions should thou what these say." Jesus answered 1.r.&c=

ity ,y' Judicial circuits, with consequent not agree entirely with them, but be submitted to the voters of the "Have ye never read Out KAPTIST Only the Price Is Ordinary!

dropping of judges and state at what they say ts final on the subject state for their decision: of the mouth of babes and suck Goodyear bands

torneys. All right, let us see what and such la the law In Flor- 1. Shall we authorize an Income lings thou hat perfected praise" Sunday school at 10 a. m., V over Get oar Special Offer oa

f effect that would have on taxes- ida at this time and will probably tax? This complaint of the priest was B. Wheeler, supt. Come. J a Pair or a Complete SetRitch's

How much will the taxpayer benefit so remain.I 2. Shall we authorize a general a denial of the authority of Jesus Worship at 11 a. m. Mother's /4. <

;ij ay4 by the abolition of the nine favor the taxation of Intangibles sales tax? The public praise which that day Day special service. Everyone urged -

Judicial circuits of Inheritances and of Incomes 3. Shall we abolish the fee acclaimed Jesus as king was soon to attend. Bring the babies / all the tire* Service

Answer: Less than one-sixth off ; a corporation franchise system for county officers changed, into neglect or dlillke. and they will be cared for In the soU M America Station

f tJ a mill! tax: an increase in the corporation 4. Shall we abolish the assessment , Some of those who were then In nursery so the mothers can enjoy -MILLIONS

A One mill tn taxes throughout charter tax, and a severance tax. and collection of taxes by the "royal procession" later JoIn- the worship hour. We are MORB other than STARKE
FLORIDA
the state raises the sum of $800- The taxation of intangibles is small municipalities, having this ed the crowd which cried "Cru looking for a very large attend- eom any dll7o

( 000.00; be reasonable a moment, proper but it will not produce the done through one office, .. other, city hIm Crucify hIm." dance. Flowers will be presented -

r take a pencil and start in with the : revenue In Florida that many states mercial.are doing?-Leeaburg Com I' Jesus was not deceived by the to each one at the door to wear ..

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ytiD.t1', MAY O. IO30 CRADPOBD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.;: STARKR. FLORIDA gaunt! "rTrlv vN

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I Wauchula Forty-six cars of who" knew her. She leaves to : P +,
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I cucumbers and tomatoes went out I! TI1ERESSA Complication BROOKER mourn\ her death her husband 'e V

News of Florida in Short Paragraphs of the local market last week. The I MI.. RfcfMlH 7rlzlr. Cor. Troubles Routed"I !Mlw. Pearl (..,..,., C.... Duffle Abernathy son, Schell her N
shipments included twenty-six parents Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Mor-

cars ft tomatoes. Prices show- ; I gan, two sisters and three broth- 1+,- y ;
'I ('''1'41 of Tim iik* Mr. and Mrs. Slngletary! and !
ed from the $5 and
a steady drop
was In each a nervous condl- ers. :r ;
them, who daughter. Haxol, of Jarkoonv,
$0 mark of week and Saturday We wish to thank M and \Mrs. John
a ago Ion my body would( actually twist : Abernathy

STATE NEWS : fancy grades of cucumbers ,I were so kind and faithful during, end Jerk, and I suffered! with awful spent Sunday here an guests of of Daytona were here Sunday.M. .
CLIVE the illness and death of our dear \Mr and \Mrs. J. L. Shrlver '' '
sold for $3.25 to $3.75 a crate. headaches. \ .'. and !Mrs. Russell Dye of

Tomatoes also showed a decline I father and brother; Mr. James I Mills Ruby Tlllls of I'unta Cords Hampton were here Sunday af '

from the $5 to $7 a Held crate, Phlll'ps also the beautiful floral Is spending some time here as ternoon. o 'w

paid early In the week. This week offerings. guest of her (cousin MUM Elsie: Mr. N. S. Crawford and( son,

TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES Is expected to be the largest In'the Mr\ and \Mrs. L. Hlghtower, \Mr. Barry. Wesley, Louis HlKglnbotham; and r ,'

season. Shipping Is expected to and Mrs. J. S. Jones Mr.I and Mrs.P. eTMv Misses! Oxena: and 1.0reolGreen Jltu Rafuae of Baldwin, were vls- '

_. I r -.- -..- -.._, VR L _.... _._ _ 1I continue until June. Total shipments E. Cox Mr. D. J. Phillips Mr. were visiting In Starke lust Monday 'ting here Sunday,

0-KluHlmmee r- This city today I reed publicly Sunday by the Rev. of tomatoes and cucumbers and Mrs. M. "'. Lee Mr. D. L. 1\1I1I""s| Nellie Strkk land, Thel- r

"2 ln favor of Sun"J Everett S. Smith. The bridegroom from this point up to today standat Ph'llipa.! cE Mica Lubedla Plnholster was via- ma Cain Mr. Leo Dyal and Roy

dsYdmotion J picture shows and 107 cars with small shipmentsalso Messrs Kenneth Powell and Ar !ting In Santa Fe last Su/day. Reynolds attended the Mason-Wil "
who gave his occupationas thur Moorer of Everglades, were E ,
of Florida cities bAng! made from other A large crowd of young folks llama Show Saturday night.:

ihlch lolncd t aermtlino lea on Sunday. a hunter is a brother of Tony points in the county. visiting friends and relatives here enjoyed a pound party at the homeof \Mr. and \Mm. A. G. Brown were w'

progressive element In the city Tommy Seminole leader. last week. Mr. and \Mrs. L. It. Hough last hopping In Starke Saturday af
A Mr. A. L. Bennett returned here
the election despite! opposition 7 Friday night. ternoon.
carried Palatka Sale of a 750 acre Miami.
of local churches which hotly Ocala Harry Brown, editor farm tract near Melrose for an unnamed Tuesday\Mr. Wilson from Russ was In Starke Mr. and Mrs L. W Sowell of Mrs Claude Saunders and son, ;''c,

I contested the move for Sunday 'of the Gainesville Dally Sun Mrs. cash (conslderat'on'! which High Springs, were visiting her Tommy were visiting Mrs. E. J.

Monday. \Mrs. Mctt here last Sunday Starling of \Monday
mother Sampson
shower Harry Brown wife of the editor will be developed by the new owner Mr. Kenneth Powell and Mr. Arthur I
\Mesa Pearl Jordan and parents, u; a'
and superintendent of the Alachua Bennett Mathtasen Melroae \Moorer spent Wednesday of :
Tampa-Three years In Boys property owner for tung oil purposes Clarence Hlnes of Gainesville were visiting here Friday morn- d''
County Hospital and Mrs. Conerly last week In Jacksonville.Mr. I
School at Marianna was was announced today by C. were visiting here last Friday ing. i i r
Industrial mother of Mrs. Brown are in A. H. Johns was visiting;
,
lf
I Mlita\ Stella Mae Ward of Jacksonville \Mr. Hubert motored to Jacksonville -
to II. Price and A. his
meted out today R. Price
,
sentenced
the the Marlon county: hospital suffering Mr. O. M. Bennett Monday after wit
18 Plant City brother! former of the \ spent the week-end here Friday.Mrs. .
Lane recently owners il
Clarence from Injuries and shock received noon. as guests of her mother Mrs. T. \ J. II. Graves left Sundayfor ,a''
( highway robbery land. Mr. Matblasen la said to have
convicted o
as the result of an automo- Mr. and Mrs. C. Sullivan and P Ward. Reach' where she will '+
Judge W. It. Pettaway In considerable means and plans and Felix pent Sun Daytona lit x
bile
accident that occurred Just sons Percy
\Mr. O. A. Word and Orady( Baxter visit her brother and sister-in-law l 'k
county criminal court explained south of Welrsdale today Ac- planting 150 acres of the land day afternoon wllh his mother
several of last several weeks.
spent days for ,
that he was liable to a sentence of cording to a member of the party now under cultivation. Immediately Mrs. J. Sullivan 'of Hampton.Mr. spent
north.
week In different Milton Maud
up Mrs. Summcy partof
-
imprisonment under Florida in tung oil trees. It l Is planned Joe Harrell of Brooker was V
had crossed the
life they Just county
\Mr. A, n. Crosby of Jackson- last week in Gainesville with
but because of hit previous line later to extend the cultivated area visiting \Mr. Wilson RUSH Satur ,
between Lake and Marlon
law MHS. KTT.SWIK.NKV: : : : vile\ In spending some time herewith her daughter \Mrs. Aleen Padgett.!
the Judge said he and to Increase the acreage In
behavior "
good counties when a tire blew out and i day. '
.
his wife, Mrs. A. n Crosby 111811elThelm. Brown, Pearl
was Inclined: to be lenient. the car overturned. tung oil stock. A three-mile waterfront Mi1 and Mrs. E S. Slbley moved My back hurt me terribly and motored
and Glenn. Rlgdon
son, I'arrlsh and Lacy
along levy's Prairie out to their new home on Crystal! my kidneys were distressingly ac
Among thosn attending!\ the funeral .o Slarko Sunday afternoon.
securedby known as exceptional fishing; : Lake. tive. I Buffered with (ndlgoHtlonand
A
Stuart mortgage Tampa Carried by six pall- .
of Mr. Frank Towntivrid\ lit \Mr. Lucian Thomas of SlImpllonCity
of South Flor- grounds will Induce the new ownerto Mrs. Viola Humphrey and children hardly had a good night's rest
acres
190,000 bearers appointed by the sheriff
\ and
New Mr. Fate Brown of Starke
Hope cemetery were were
develop the spot as a sports- who have been spending awhile In two years. Dy the time I had 1,
and Involving $7,500- i
ida land, the body of John Hodaz victim of I Mrs. H. 1'. Galney and children visiting here Sunday afternoon.
,
ing center also Mr. Price stated finished 2 bottles! of Surgon, every
000. has been executed by The mob violence was buried _near with her sister Mrs. Ilersey; Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Morgan and t

Land Company of Florida, a subsidiary Plant City today In an irregularly today. left \Monday for her home In Jacksonville ache and pain and every distressed son, Clarence.We .

of the Seaboard Air Line shaped plot between a railroad condition had disappearedand are glad to report that Mr. Country Club Estates changed

Railroad Company to the Chase track and a highway, far Palatka Instantly killed \Mr. Gordon Weett of Hampton, I was free mentally and physically C. C. \Melvin who has been In thehospital name to \Miami Spring. a

National Bank of New York and from other graves In the burying when the engine of a Florida East spent Monday with hU cousins My nerves are steady my for several weeks has,

0. A. Kinney, New York and 3. A. ground. Sheriff Joughln who Coast southbound extra freight Howard and David Moore. sleep sound and restful I'm gain- been able to return home, Malts Contract Children' i
Into the coach of Ing In weight strength and energy
Kinney New York as trustees It yesterday applied for appointmentas crashed rear Mrs. Leroy Dennison and baby Mrs. B. H. Conerly of Okee- Diseases
northbound train No. 46 my Indigestion la over and every -
when the passenger were visiting her mother Mrs. W.
van revealed here papers executor of the Hodaz estate chohKe spent Wednesday of last F
and do contract
backing from the Bunnell yards organ In my body( seems properly Adults cnn, : many
of last week.
recorded. which included two pieces of property W. Packham one day Mrs.
were week here with her mother, children's dun-fines. And usually they I
enroute to Palatka at 6:15: a. m. \Mrs. Atkinson last Friday : regulated. !Mrs. Etta: '
spent
$11,000 in foreign bonds, a Molt suffer from them much more than ;j c'
today the body of Mrs. W. C. Me- and Saturday In Brooker with her Sweeney 3131 Jackson st., Locust) do. For instance adults
Jacksonville Application for large amount of cash an4< the unknown Mr. and Mrs. Lyon Crosby of children many
Roberts, wife of W C. McRoberts, children. Crove Miami. Canovn Pharmacy contract worms, an ailment usually -
contents of safe deposit
a
Injunction was filed in federal Lawtey were visiting relative*
an electrician employed here by the \Mr. and Mrs. O. n. Dickinson of agents. aiwocliitpil with children. Sometimes
box was placed in charge of the here hla week-end
court here today by Joe Calcutt Wilson Cypress company was and I 'they suiter intensely and tnko ClttJl'nsive -
seeking to restrain authorities belongings pending confirmationas Gainesville were visiting Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Ardell CruMby of medical treatments, without rrali-
brought to this city today by Davis Mrs. J. }>. Dickinson Saturday af Citrus grove owners In Lee
from Interfering with the executor 30 days hence. Jacksonville spent, Sunday afternoon ting that worms are tho cause of their ,
of automatic candy ambulance summoned after the ternoon.Mr. county received more than $1,- here with friends, and rela troubles. Yet, tho symptoms are the! ";

operation in Put- Miami J. H. Dixon Florida wreck. Mrs. McRoberts Is believed and Mrs. J, II. Hall and children 000,000 for fruit last season for same ns in children but of appetitennd -V
machines Volusla.
vending to have died almost instantly were visiting In Putnam Hall shipment of 301,500 boxes at average tives.Mr weight, crinilinit tho tooth and rest
held \ K. I'I
and Flagler counties. In this City tomato grower was under T. Stewart and son, and
nam 'less sleep itching of the nose anus,
the heavy freight engine ,
as Sunday afternoon. price of $3 per box accord-
$1,000 bond today following of Alachua spent Sunday
petition Calcutt declared the ma- and abdominal pains. And tho samu
ploughed through the passenger Mr. and Mrs. Gordon MrKJnnon Ing to Florida Citrus Exchange of. UI'1
of Florida here with friends and
ch'nes'! were not gambling devicesbut a reported holdup a noon \ medicine that surely and liarmlciwly
"tell the fortunes" of customers East Coast railway freight train coach demolishing It. Nine amp of Tampa, were visiting: Mr. and ficials. tives. pels round and pin worms from children
ty refrigerator cars on the freight T. Wallace Monday. Madison Work started ._ for adults VVhito'n
them and a threat to take the life of J. Mrs. W. on I will .do the snmo -
well as giving pack-
as of mints upon the Insertionof M. Doxsee, agent of the railway train buckled In all directions I MisH Rhoda Zeigler left last razing wooden buildings at rear' II I Cream Vermifuge,which you can got'at ,

ages nickel. company at Florida City with a along the right of way. The I. Monday to visit friends and rein; of Wells Furniture Companybuilding GRAHAM Canova Pharmacy,

a shotgun. Dixon is charged with freight engine ploughed almost tives In Miami. to make way for erection --

completely through the car beforeIt Messrs. Kenneth Powell and Ar of brick addition.
having delayed the train more The death entered the
Miami Using thumb prints angel
was halted eye witnesses of the Moorer of Everglades who STERL COURTNEY
tor signatures Sammy Tommy 21, than an hour Friday while he demanded thur home of \Mr. Dullle Abernathy Saturday V
accident stated. ',
Seminole Indian from the Danla that the conductor pull have been visiting friends and will spend the summer. a'lul 1 took away his beloved If ftl'ltl'MCIOAnd /

reservation, and Melld Bowers 16, out without taking a car of vegetables --- relatives here left Monday morning !Mr. and Mrs. K. O. Wiggins and wife. '
started moving In HIOAI.KSTA.TH .
Irish potatoes IIK
Palmetto.The
Seminole maiden from Okeechobee ownership of which was In Alachua. Lacrosse and Worthington for Woman's Home family of Green Cove Springs are Mr. Duffle Abernathy wan united : HIIOKKH t I'

today obtaned! a license to be I dispute. He Is said to have returned Theressa In Keystone Heights, for the sum In marriage to Miss Mildred\ "
last Fla.
of
Springs the latter part will hold Its Starke
married Sunday. County bfllclala to the railroad station Saturday Demonstration.Jdub mer and will occupy the home of Morgan in 1927. She was a devout ?tin
week and with Increasing volume
Saturday. May
said fingerprints had not been armed with a shotgun monthly !meeting Mr. Wm. Parks. Christian and was kind to all
i' noticeable the early part of this. 10, at the clubhouse. An all day -- ,
he learned that another --
when -- - -
used before in Dade county as sig
Early shipments confirm previous meeting?; every member IB request ?

natures. The. couple Is to be mar- train had taken the car.-. .- .-- estimates and a reduction In No. ed to be present.KEYSTONE. Jto e..MMf0IT'S .,n...,..,.tI.. I'
--
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1 grade with No. 2's increasingly .

famous Novelist Makes heavy. Figures given by Mr. Hen : f

ry LeRoy after a partial surveyof .

I the district show that returns HEIGHTS

Interesting Jazz Discovery will be short of last year. This Ml_ llrlvu Ogden, Cor.

opinion was also confirmed by
WISE TO' OIOOSi: A SIX
J. T. Price after trip thru
Mrs. a on Tuesday evening Miss\ Helen
y the Bland section and part of the lovely little
Mx .awrence gave a
Y
rsz y , heavy potato district. Excessive ridge party for Mrs. Austin Bliss
n > moisture during the early season
if Jacksonville who Is spendinghe
followed by cold weather is the week with her parents Dr.

.acv reason given for low percentageof .nd Mrs. Rupert. Was Lawrence's
: Zh No. l's and partial stand. Friday
,
guests included( Mrs. Bliss Mrs.
and Saturday of last week Rupert Mrs. Robinson Marlon A demonstration tells ;

Irish potatoes graded and shippedin Smith Gertrude Houser, Arneeta 1ft wT
the district around Lacrosse and
Ogden and Helen Ogden.
In Alachua are reported to have Thursday evening Arneeta and "


: a x rel brought were for bringing tops around or number at six the dollars l's.same No.a time bar 2's Helen miss and Ogden Miss entertained Marlon Smith for with Mrs you wliy it's wise f t

two tables of bridge the guests
!
around $3.75.Tampa I
Mrs.. Pierce. Mrs.
were Mrs. Bliss,
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: ditch In near the-his bank Digging home of a last a drainage pirate'scave night, enjoyed Smith Larson The young and another Mrs.Gertrude people Robinson dance of Houser.the at Heights the Marlon pavilion h\ .to ello@ ;e a six ,


10 of Mrs. Helen
Bobble Peters son
Mr. Stew-
xry Friday evening.
of 1211 Cleveland St..
o peters
__ art has made the pavilion and
__ was caught: In a cave-In of sand
evident -
Is
and It
attractive
-4 .. I Isxa and smothered to death. The boyte beach the very surrounding towns are I ;4r

j ? body was not found 'until this
finding It so, Judging from the -
: morning, when It was discovered number of visitors on Saturdayand .'
older brother. Meanwhilea
by an
M search of the entire part of the Sunday. Everywhere, buyers .are agreeing springs-the four Lovejoyhydraulic
The graded school commencement ,
city near the Peters home was con- exercises will be held Friday "It's wise to choose a Sis." And If shock absorbers-the weatherproof
R
N tinued through' the night. Other l \
10 9 In the auditorium
May ,
lr small boys who had been playing evening of the school building. you want to know why, get a demonstration 4-wheel brakes-and the sturdy

with Bobble and gone to their
homes at the approach of dusk Rev. and Mrs. B. R. Weld left I of the Chevrolet Six. hardwood-and-steel constructionof
Wednesday for a two months vacation l
leaving the boy alone>, and not until "' "
In the north. They will the luxurious Fisher bodies.
II early today did they tell the Learn what an amazing differencetwo
2AV3] HART pend some time In Minneapolis
mother where they had
dls'ratted
zovI.A.eIv: ."n playing. The boy's body was Minn., with relatives and the remainder more cylinders )11:1ke-ln It will take only a few minutes to
of time wll] be spent with '
!ouid, covered with heavy sand their daughter and family In Mich smoothness in silence, In flexibility confirm all the reasons why it la wiseto ''
thai l left only his bare legs expos-

ed. The brother Joseph, was attracted igan.Mr.. and Mrs. Dan Reamer left and In comfort. choose a Chevrolet SSo comeROADSTER"

to the Scene of the accident
Wednesday for their summer today. See
red painted express
Bobble's
by MeadvllU. Pa. And learn whata
home In It.Andinvestigate
which loaded with -
,
wagon
Mrs. George Skinner, daughter, 495
sand dug from the bank, was Gaywood. and son Morris are In difference all OR PIIAETON Chevro-

standing within a few feet of the Jacksonville for a few day*. Chevrolet's Tt,.Coach or Coup.IMS Th.ClubSedoet62! let's

r-- S-P: ;= i. i tFfi; cave-In. Three years ago the Mr. and Mm. F. M. Walrath and of ThSporload. t5ti r TINS.* ,. ..675 easy
walked
B. Peters
F..t" .Me IwNh.e,' '...' ""'."'"....."'.'. .., r+'''"'Iihu.r ...t:_ out father of,the Joseph home one morning and lon Frank. Jr., spent Tuesday In other modern TA.SpwlCaup. f655 (ThfSpilalSnlan' w/. W/M.|. .,."d4IIoIt.,I7JJ payment plan ...

never returned. Since then he has Jacksonville. features make TrucUtt tight D./
Maud Hart Lovelace Advances nated in Minnesota. The steam-the been heard from only once when Miss Helen Lawrence at banquet was given the Criaiiii Deft with"vr CeI,.IU. ttUi Ton HoaJiter C"UUIJI 0.11,.., lfleti-up H4 Ian most liberal In
a
between of honor t
bouts which plied he wrote from Cincinnati, wherehe guest -the four longsemI.elHptic' bee ...r.19..
New Theory on early trading: pouts of Minnesot the sophomore clans of Melrose theautomotiveindustry.
by
t
said be was employed. A local ALL PRICES r. O. B. FACTORV FLINT, MICH.
Our National Music wilds and St. Louis, often as far high school, at Melrose on Saturday .. .
as New Orleans brought many broadcasting station sent out a radio evening.!

early French, tunes in their wake. appeal today for the father' and Harold
Lawrence
Mr. J. II.
New York City,--Jazz is prob- "My research for 'The Black return and the appeal was repeated drove to Jacksonville .

ably one of the most discussed Anger f/ the story of a family of twice tonight. Lawrence

themes In the world, and the problem early day troopers and my latest Tuesday CHEVROLETr
'Early Candlelight- D. Jo:. Panfborn was In Green .
of its origin still start heated novel Inverness Quality Store moved -
arguments. vealei to me several early songs Main street next Cove Springs Monday on business. r
to location on
Maud Hart Lovelace, famous of which traces are found in much Rer. Sydney Dodd will occupy i
toVe.tern Union office.

novelist:Minnesota and life portrayer, believes of that early the of.'En our modern Roulant music.Ma Boule.! 'A la Plant City Construction canal work on church tho pulpit during of,the the month Community of May Tor ode- Ritch Chevrolet Co.

origin) was spontaneous and simultaneous Claire Fontaines.: 'Alouette''MaMignonette Moi' are started on bridge over Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Parks and
In America. Embrasez- FUk: street.
songs which Mayo Palm trees planted on daughter, Shirley left Tnriulay
"Jag comes from everywhereI'U"e some persisteIni Many form. morning for their home In Mesd-
declares. "No portion of the still courthouse grounds. Starke
Do.'
States has failed to con- Funny.. Dear What Lover n Panama City -- Improvement vllle. Pa. Florida'V
,,
tribute to it The Influence of the that very popular elf song work completed at post office Mrs. John Lawrepc.' her mother -
i
South, and the Spanish Influence especially reminiscent Canadian tunes ofMinnesota1 build Inc. Mrs. Boyd and slater Miss
of the West clearly denned, early French Daisy Boyd left Thursday for
are contribution W the Palatka Municipal swimming SIX-CYLINDER SMOOTHNESS AT LOW
,
but few people realize the French formally opened for season. lendersoavllle[ N. C., where they COST
">CanadJar. Influents which orlp.I Jazz melting> pot. pool
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1'' . TKIjJCUKAFH KliUKIMA+ FRIDAY, MAY D,
PAGE FOUR / IM rmu tXJUNTr : MTAKKH. 10.10I

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Jill. AND MKH. W. M.\ WAIN- WOMAN'S: rx.un. TO MEET 1100 CALLERS DAY MAY 1STH the first 13 years of the tree's the honal affair attention' of the as office I the ea coat 9ei'
Tax
WK1GHT KNTKKTAIN: ; -' Separate life a stunted growth of barely 3 business. would H. P. OAIM\: ;\\

The regular meeting of the Jacksonville, May 8.--With nine nones. The fourteenth ring Is

r""' at V c 1c.'lIte. A delightful dinner bridge party Woman's Club of Starke will beheld On Autos MayBe fiddlers entered and twelve hog decidedly wider than the previous 1SOTICR OF KLKCTIOX\

was given by. Mr. and Mrs.\ W. ) at 3 o'clock Wednesday afternoon callers the Old Time Fiddlers Con- ones and the succeeding six ring. -. .
the
By vented
M. Wainwright Saturday eveningat May 8, 1030. Paid, Held test and Hog Callers Contest at are each between two and three the 'laws power of Florida, the In board thr i ,

OK their home.A The meeting will be In charge ,; the Duval County Armory, on I times the width of any previousyear's public 'InHtructlon. of Bradford < ,
... MKirriMiH:
- ty call election to h..
F Tin) W. M.\ 5.01' TIIKMETIIOOIKT profusion of spring flowers In of the Health Committee with f Supreme Court Jlandl'Down' IH Thursday, May IB, promises some I growth. following place: Hampton held "r s''I"." .
+ rilt'IlCI all their bright colors were prettily Mrs R. A Weeks, chairman. real competition. It is confidently Thus in seven years of protec- River, Canon. Untham and 8u "I', "
,
\ : .
In Muddle '
1I.lon Legal I that twenty fiddlers tion from fire the sapling Special Tax School DUtrUtH ,",, i, ,
throughout the The hostesses will be, Mrs. D. expected grew
ifs arranged
.
+' ,---- :t. urday, June 7, 1830 to elect I in'truHtee ,
: Mrs. J. W. Andrews will be tuning up their Ladles the five Inches while with occurring and determine
Mrs. I:. B. Matthews and Mrs home for thla enjoyable affair. U. Knight, The state court held In I the n II,,.
Following dinner several progression Jr., Mrs, J. P. Mack, Mrs. E. L supreme night of the contest and the ten Ares it grew only three inches In to be assessed afralniit the dl ",
9 r tot
T.. J. Alderman were hostesses effect today that tax collectors of for the next two year
t the Noble White Circle of thWomen's of bridge were played. UIggs! Mrs. E. M. Johns, Mrs. L. Florida have no legal authority\ to prizes offered the Hog Callers 13 years. For the purpose of holding. .n I"el..llon8
I of the When scores were added Mr. H. C. A. Davis, Mrs J. Uglow and Mrs should bring out an equal numberof I The accelerated growth for this the( following are app, ,''I.,
Missionary Society (decline, to receive payments of per ed' as manager:
t Methodist church, Monday after- Wall and Mrs. E. M. Johns held C. A. Futch. sonal property taxes'ott'motorvehicles criers of Plg-e-e-e-e-H-o-o-o-I pine sapling proves the truth of Hampton: J. V. Jones, J. C K. ,
high and were presented prizes. Following the two contests an : the slogan "Prevent Forest FiresIt and J. J. nrannen.
noon, at the home of MaJ. aDd separately front-\ the taxes New laver: Waln-; l.ltKHUXILI.lty old Cracker Dance will be held I Pays. 1
and Mrs. NT. !\
Mr.
Mrs. E. S. Matthaws on Walnut Enjoying due on other personal property.The Wynn and M L. John.
wrlght's/ hospitality were: Judge I with a caller that knows all of tbe Sampson: J. L.. Wynn, C. M. in
Bt. court granted peremptorywrit and Milliard ,
lips Varne
l. Mr. and business of old calls and a Cracker band that HIIALL THE: LAWN HE LIMED: ?
Tho circle loader, Mrs. W. R. and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns. Tho May meeting StMarks of mandamus to Sterling M, Canon: II. U. Alderman, R T I'', >
Mm. H. C. Wall, Mr. and Mrs. J. Auxiliary' was held Mon- has been playing together for ner and B. J. Alderman.' .
i' t Parks, conducted a short biislnes Hooper, of Marlon'eAunty, requiring : erroneous Oraham H U. Wandln ,
{ : ,
i session, and was followed<< by script C. Robinson Senator and Mrs. day the 5th, at the home of Mrs the tax colletor"yt that county many years. The entry Hut for It is just as to lime FOB'S and It. M. Johnson Ch. ;

"p i s and by Mrs 1 J. M. Johns, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. R. J. Davis. W. W. Fiddlers< has been held over until the lawn too often as it ia not to H. D. MAY.
ture reading: prayer Strlbllnir, to accept
J.
A. GRIFFIS
J. T. Guy. Mrs. A. Wood conducted A Knight and Mrs. D. A. Mon- Interesting reports were read of Hooper's payment'. of personal Monday night, May 12, at which lime at all. Some people apply Secretary I'hulrma 6-U-M t r,i iNOTICH ,

d ; the lesson study for the after- tleth. the meeting of District No. 2 at property on his automobile sep- time a program for the affair will lime heavily each year without regard -
i Federal Point, and of the program the be compiled. All wishing to enter to soil requirement; others
noon. arately from other personal
I? 1' During: the social period the !MIIS.!' C.SOAND MKH.KI.YNN \ meeting for April, held at the property assessment. and compete for a share ol do not fully realize its necessity.The -

company enjoyed two readings .KNTKHTAIV: U. D. U. Kingsley lake home of the president I' )'mt'nt Refused the $200 In cash prizes are askedto U. S. Department of Agri- Bradford The Board County of Public, Florida Inntrucli, will.,.. ,," ,

t l "Mabla Chooses" and "A Lennon Mrs. Edward Burns, wherea Hooper, through his attorney, write to Avery Powell, care of culture and the New Jersey Experiment celve sealed bids for the wheal i ,,

'? In Economy," by Marjorie Stump, Mrs. Paul F.. Canova, ST., and delightful picnic luncheon was alleged that he had attempted to I the Florida. Times-Union, Jack- Station have been conducting routed I-awtey,In until all the It o'clockfonel"districts,! P](, ,I',

a gifted young lady of the junior daughter, Mrs. Geo. n. Flynn, served.In pay his motor vehicle property tax sonville, Before May 12. ,, exhaustive tests on this June 2, 1930.Information: .

!l ,N high school. Miss Florence Matthews charmingly entertained the W T. the afternoon the united separately from his other personal Among the entries in the Fid- I subject. Both institutions advocate route ran be had concerning at the olll,II.|,.

.1 g ,. accompanied by Miss Ethel Weeks Chapter, U. D. C., Wednes- thanks offering boxes were open- property and that the payment had dlers Contest are: F. L. McKen- liming when needed. An application Board of Public ItmtructlonA. .

1 n; Griffin sweetly sang, "Into f>e day afternoon at Mrs. Canova's ed, and the sum,of $8.00 was real- been refused, the tax collector demanding dree Jack Pitta, and Tom Arosta. of 50 to 75 pounds of A. J. CJRIFFIS, D.Chairm MAY ,,

h 4T .' Dawn With You" (Lamb) and the home ,on North Walnut st. Sweet /ized. This fund goes toward general settlement of the whole well known to radio fans, H. S. hydrated lime (or other liming Secretary. 5-9-4t '. i

w i 1 4: popular ballad, "Lazy Lou'e'ana' peas, gladioli, Easter lilies and I missions: through the efforts Item of personal property taxes, Kirkwood, M. B. Drury and Olen material: furnishing the equivalent -

''n t '' Moon." other spring flowers were attractively of the supply secretary, Mrs. Fra- 'aggregating about $600 in assess E. Osborne. Columbia county Is In available lime oxides) per NOTICE' Of KI.KCTIOM

i ,4 +! The hostesses served a chicken arranged in the rooms zee. An Easter box was sent to ments. sending Broward Green, with a 1000 square feet of surface Is recommended -
By the power ,
vested 'In them
I' salad course to the following where the guests assembled. the missions of St. Francis' ParIsh The court did not Issue an opinIon delegation to give him moral sup- on lawns which have Board of Public Instruction, 'It),'

guests: Mesdames J. T. Guy, W The president, Mrs. A. M. Darby at Rutherfordton N. C. but granting the writ upheld port and Z. Z. G. Braddock of not had lime for a number ofyears. Bradford County, Florida, hen I"i .
call election to be held
an
C t' O. Halle, L. D. Green, A. L. Moore, presided, and In the absence of the St. Mark's Auxiliary Is composed contentions of Hooper's counsel Baker county will be one of several Thereafter, an applicationevery urday. June T, 1930 In the following on Sni'

) P W E. MIddleton, A. Wood. W. D. secretary, Mrs L. II. Hill, Miss of only eight/ members, but Its that the legislative art of the 1929 entries from this county. Fid 4 or 5 years will keep the named Woodlawn districts,: Lawtey, Niimlun, nand .

k ! s Parks, A. W Anderson, 8. S. Dow- Olive Ray read the minutes and activities: are varied and worthy ofa legsluturo making the payment of dlln Purcell who won the last big soil from becoming too sour. I I whether or number not these 8, to dlmriiU determine ,

ling, Misses Ethel! GrIffin, Amelia assisted the president In reading far larger body St. Mark's personal property taxes upon motor -' contest In Jacksonville four years Kentucky blue grass and white shall consolidate, to elect' three trur
.
0 : Hay, Florence Matthews and Marjorie letters. ,Reports' from the various church at present has no clergy vehicles a condition precedentto ago when the entire program was clover', both used extensively in accessed teeM, and against determine the the conaolliliUi mJlliifrt. t I.,.

'fn ,i Stump. committees were given and plans man in charge-but the church the Issuance'of license tags broadcast over the radio, will be lawns, require a soil rich in lime.If dlHtrlct.

''1 { Mrs. J. IF. Bitch and Miss Flor were discussed in regard to cleanIng will!! be open from 3:30: to 0 p. m specified that assessments of the on hand to defend his honors. He these grasses are kept growing election For the In purpose Woodlawn of district holding J.lli H,>:-

i A ' ence Wood entertained the Harriet Crosby cemetery; It was decided m. on Friday afternoons, for any personal property on motor ve- Is making his home In Pensacolaand vigorously, much of the weed Norman. J. M. Hosier, and T>. Carter

+ 1 Peek Circle, at the home of that the cemetery committee one desiring to spend a few mo- hicles must be kept on a separateroll will make the trip to Jacksonville problem Is solved. Weeds will not are purpose appointed of holding manager the election' For I tin In,.

; z: .;V Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Ritch. The take entire charge of this mat- ments in meditation and prayer. from those made on other per- for the cntest. grow If the grass Is healthy Lawtey district R. R. There, Jamvr

r y \\ circle leader, Mrs. E. K. Perry- tel' This committee Is composedof sonal property Some of the queries received by enough to keep them crowded out. pointed Hauler and managers Mr!. Emma. Hill are Ui|

::. i y, 1 man, presided over a short business Mrs. J. II, Rltch. Mrs. W. L. The legislative' act became effective Avery Powell regarding the con- It Is well to remember that lime, J-I. D. MAY

t '1, session, which'was followed Wall and Mrs. J. E. Wilson. Mrs.L. RISING last fall Tax'collectors of tests have been from 'residents in Itself, is not a fertilizer; Both A.Secretary J. OniFFIS, Chairman 6.96t-6.e

r, 1 by a devotional service. Two II. Hill Invited the chapter to the state claimed, however, that Clay county Levy county, Taylor materials should be used If the

r chapters from Roan| to the City meet the third 'Wednesday in I IJune Minn Jrln.. Mr It a., Cor. owing to the shortD M'of the time county, Union'' county,'' Suwannee, lawn is to. thrive and present that

$ ;4 1, of God were ably discussed by Miss at her Kingsley Lake cottage they could not present\ separate as- and St. Johns county. Delegations deep green velvety appearance, so

,1 Florence Wood. and have a spend-the-day- Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Stokes and sessment rolls;; and litigation 'intended are expected from each of these much desired.

Mrs. A. Z.. Adklns, accompanied and business session combined. places. ___
a party children of Waldo were visiting! to test ttletr; authority to -S

by Mrs. Perryman, beautifully > Committee In charge of dinner Mr. and Mrs. II. M. McRae Fri demand payment of the personal Interest has been added to the Tarpon Springs Paint Store

Bang My Task, and Miss Lois Long : Mrs. W. E. Torode of Law- property taxes without separate Hog Callers Contest in the entryof opened at 134 East Tarpon ave-

favored the company with an In- tet; Mrs. J. II Rltch and Mrs. J. day.Mr.. and Mrs. Jim Hudson of assessments sprang 'up over the two women. One was a prize nue.Groveland

strumental solo. At the close of M. Brownlee. ( Lawtey, were visiting Mr. and Mrs. state. winner at the Florida State Fair' First bean ship-

Z ; the afternoon the hostesses, assisted Miss Ethel' Griffin arranged a Walter Underhill Sunday. several years ago due chiefly to ments of season shipped from this

r k' Misses Harriet and Eloise of spring songs her' unique method. At the vicinity.
; by delightful program Mrs. M. J. McRae and daughters SMALLER: f STRAWBERRY: CROP closeof

4+ ,. Hitch, Annie Mae Pearce and LoIs and also acted as accompanist for Misses Lillie and Mildred of Cros THIS SPRING, GOVT. HATS two resounding and long drawn- Arcadia Universal Cleaners Glasses that please at prices

X, Long, served dainty light"refresh- those singing. The program was by Lake were visiting Mrs. II. M. .- out calls she drew from the pocketof sold to Clifton and Kersh.
afford to
lj ments. opened by Mrs. J. W. Andrews, McRae Sunday afternoon. Washington, D. C., May 2.- her apron several handfulls of Fort Meade First State Bank you the can best materials pay.used.Nothingbut Every :

r y 1 Mrs. Bitch and Miss Wood entertained Jr., giving Denza's composition Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Barnes of There will not be so many straw- corn which she scattered about. roepened for business. pair guaranteed to please.No .
circle On followed by The Night The ten prizes In the fiddlers
p ,' the following Sing Woodlawn, were visiting Mr. and berries in the markets this springas Charge for ExaminationDR.
( { Mesdames J. Wind. Miss BunnIe Canova, a tal- contests will be first FOR COUNTY COWMIISIOMKU.
f'' members and guests: Mrs. II. M. McRae Saturday eve- last, according' to the depart : ISO $35
MATIIIS
,,4; W. White, A. Z. Adkins L. D. Vln- ,ented young reader who Is study- ment of agriculture: The production second, $25 third $Iii fourth $10 .

: 1ng F, IK Long R. A. Weeks, Hogan nlg under Miss Hazel Middleton, ning.Mr.. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis and 'forecast of the department la fifth and five prizes of $5 each. I hereby for county announce commissioner myself a,candidate district -- 2O3 Masonic\ TempleJACKSONVILLE

+r Smith, Klrby Smith, L. S. Hut- ; kept her 'audience. laughing when daughters Misses Edna and Thel- 140,711,000 quarts'-for the early The prizes for the Hog Callers 6, and If elected will give the FLA. ,

: to, E. K. Perryman, T. J. Griffin, she gave as a reading, Stella at ma and Miss Iris McRae and and second early states as com- will ranee from $2.50 to $16 for the people hoMt of ptmnlhlo the district nrrvlre and end county.giving.

rP, L Y' Misses Olive Ray, Betty Chamberlain the Picture Show; 'also Horatlus' Gladys Underbill were, visiting pared with the wlnnr. '
$15ft74M,000, quarts
,} a Harriet[ Ritch, Annie Mae I Defense. Miss Florence Matthews relatives at Lake Geneva Sunday. grown in these 'ht tit t at last ,ear!; The final details of the contest BEST ROOM AND BOARD IN STARKE

,' J Pearce, Lois Long and Eloise sang In her sweet, clear voice "Joy Mr and Mrs. B. M. McRae spent The strawberry 'acreage In all will be announced over WJAX; Prices Very Reasonable'

Rltch., of the Morning and the programwas the week-end with relatives In Wa- next week.STARVED.
producing areas this is esti-
t, 1 The hostesses of each circle had closed by Mrs. J, D. Doyle teroak section. mated by the bureau year of agrIcultural - a MRS. W. S. MOTES

kl their rooms brightened with a profusion charmingly giving Roses of Plc- Our, D. Y! P. U. class rendereda economics at 8 per cent less PINE GETS ITS -

G 'of sweet peas, gladioli and rdy.;, prayer service at the home of than last season and 11 per cent PROPER NOURISHMENT!

a other spring flowers.UVINGSTONCAKTKH. The hostesses, assisted by Misses Mr ,B. Dyal near Graham Sunday below the 1928 figures. The Flor- AFTER THIRTEF.V YEARS

4'. { SJ" Eunice ,Canova, Martha Powell afternoon. ida season finished.'the Louisianacrop BiggerBetterBeautifulLarge :
: and Francis Hemingway served a
--- estimate has been reduced to A longleaf pine _sapling twenty

The following announcement daintily appointed Ice course. Red PLANS FOR BOYS SHORT approximately 2,500 carloads. years old stands alongside a Hampton Beach ChateauBEST t
4? ? and white sweet peas, the U. D. C.
COURSE ANNOUNCED IIY
will be of interest to many people Louisiana Is the largest strawberry dwelling in the Scanlon Camp of
the
colors, were used as favors on :EXTENSION CLUB AGENT:
t' in Starke: producing state and the crop the Brooks-Scanlon Lumber Cor-
''y' lates. FLOOR AND SKATES IN FLORIDA
Mr. and Mrs. George Crawford this year IS'placed-at' 29,815,000 poration In Taylor county, ,
Mrs. Canova'a and Mrs. Flynn'sguests
'! 4 Livingston, of 2611 Prospect road, Plans for the annual boys'Il quarts as against 34,104,000 Seven years ago the camp was
announce the engagement: of theirdaughter. were: Mesdames A. M. Darby club short course to be held here quarts last year.A located there and since that timeno AFTERNOONS 2:30: to 5:30

> W G. Halle, L. A. Davis, R. June 2 to 7, have just been an- reduction strawberry; acre- grass fires have burned around\
Miss -
W' to Thomas, Margaret Franklin Livingston Carter A. Weeks, L. 0.. Powell\ W. E. To- nounced by R. W. Blacklock. state age in the early states la regarded this tree. EVENINGS, 7:30 to 11:30

rode, Elite Miner, E. K. Perry- boya club agent. He stated that
of as advisable by the bureau of Foresters have a tool-an In-
i'a con of Mrs Lorena Carter,
'e Hyde Park, place. The wedding man, 8. L. Peek George C. White, he expects about 225 boys, all of agricultural economics' which, ad- crement borer-which resemblesa Free Instruction, (LEARN TO SKATE)
W. L. Wall. J. W.
O. L. Haynes
,
whom have the for outstanding
won trip -
vised in Us outlook report carpenter's but Insteadof
growers auger
will be solemnized Wednesday eve
'yt Andrews, Jr., I, H. hitch J. M. Healthiest and
club work In 1929 to at- Cleanest Sport( -Developing Every
'+ ning, June 11, at 8 o'clock, at the Brownies J.. ,E. Wilson. J. D. for.the current year that "further just leaving chips or shavings,
i tend the week of play and study. '
J First Presbyterian church, by the Olive expansion 'of strawberry acreageIn the 'Increment borer ,drills out a Part of the Dody.
Misses Ethel Griffin
Rev. J. C. Time, pastor. Doyle All of the boys who have attended the early states does not seem solid round core of wood smaller
/ 1$1$ Florence Matthews and
Miss Livingston Is a native Flor- Ray. a pervious short course will be advisable since the price tendency than the ordinary lead pencil. JOS. MEKELBERG
u Manager
It idan and has lived In Tampa most Amelia Ray.BIRTHDAY given a full week of training In has been downward during recent Each year of growth of a tree Is

Y of her life. She was graduated either agronomy dairy husbandry, years when acreage was Increas shown by a ring of wood, and retarded -

11gY from Illllsborough high school and PARTY farm mechanics, swine husbandry ing. or accelerated growth maybe

F attended Brenau college at Gainesville or poultry., "In the second early and inter > determined by the width of
r Mrs. P. E. Canova entertained Those boys who have not attended these -
mediate states, according to the rings.Increment
,' Ga., where she became a
her FOR
ih I'' member of the Alpha Gamma Delta Wednesday night honoring a previous,. short course will be bureau, "the Indicated area for borings made by C.H. .
<
R
w WI sorority,. She la a popular member daughter Bunnle, who celebratedher given a general course. Includinga picking in 1930 should, with normal Coulter Forest Assistant, [

C. k of the younger set and will be fourteenth birthday on this period in poultry livestock Insects yields, result In as large a Florida Forest Service. shows for others'Day

occasion. machinery, horticulture, .
feted at many social affairs be- crop as can be marketed to advan -
i Quantities of sweet peas, gladioli record keeping and a study of the
; : fore her wedding. tage. However in 'some of these
; flowers ,
other were
and garden buildings.A .
Friday afternoon is the date set campus states, many of the old fields are
t k' used in the rooms, carrying out the course In leadership trainingwill In condition and should be GAIETYTHEATRE
ee' for her first party and Miss Josephine poor g
and lavendar. *. MAY nth
,, Garcia will entertain for herat color scheme of pink be given to all of the advanced replaced with new plantings In the ..
At the close of an evening spent squads. General talks will be
i'' I that time at a bridge party at spring of 1930. The present acre-
I4I # her home, 807 South Delaware In games and contests, refresh given to the entire group at 8 a. ageln, the late states 'can well be.
h avenue. ments of Ice cream and cake were m. and 2 p. m. each day. From 4 maintained. '

;q" j served to the following guests: to 6 p. m. each day organized play '. ,'"
Many other hostesses will honor
STARKE FLA. A SAFE
''' Hope and Gloria Haynes, Lillian will be planned, and on Friday LOCAL.-MAR1NK STARTS I
Miss Livingston them,
among
} Sternberg, Marjorla"and Evelyn evening a swimming meet will bei I TRAVEL ..
Mrs. C. n. Anderson Jr. Mrs. -- .
,
v a Stump Frnnee* Hemingway\ Mar- T uu..LYa'<
{l held, Friday night the boys will "S' .
Warner Jr. Mrs. A, M. I
George ,
''f Whigham Mrs. William It. Chand- ha. Powell; Martha Urownlee, broadcast a 4-H pep program overstate Quantlco, Va., May 7.-After Fri. 9 & Sat. 10 : SENSIBLE
b1 Mary Pearce Lois Long, Lois Ad- radio station WRUF. undergoing training' for several k
ler, Mrs. E. O. Mansker, her stater. -
Miss Melba Bartlett; Miss klns, Fenella\ Snyder Dorothy The honor' squad, outsandlng weeks, at Parlrf Island. S. C., Willie -

Clair Klckllter, Dorothy Rltch. group, will be picked at the end of II. Croft,' of Hampton, near
Josephine Murdock Mrs. II. C.
Ken MaynardIn
Lula nedgrave. Murla Weeks Eth- tho short course, Mr. Blacklock Starke, Fla., received his first I SUBSTANTIAL
S Gibbons and Miss Una Cornelius.
a.u. olyn White Melba Sllcox. S. R. stated. regular assignment,*in the Marine ,
y Mr. Carter, originally from Ten- -
Johns, Jr., James Richard WaInwright Corps, when he became a memberof '' i
//wk netisee, attended the University of "
A. E. Wall Jr., John An- SCHOOL BOARD PROCEEDINGSBoard the Aircraft Squadron here. It .,
Florida at Gainesville where he
-
; ? drews, Eldrldge Robinson, Billy Is the flrst of his travels since he "LUCKY LARKIN"Also GIFTBONDS
; became a member of the Delta Tau '
1Fr Graham, Sinclair Peek Jr., Wood- met in regular session became a full-fledged Marine.
t.x k Delta fraternity. He la connectedIn
business with Knight and Wall On Halle and Charles Henry Mc- April 7. with May and Surrency Croft made his home with his

Millan. present; minutes for previous sister Mrs. Lauree Hall, In Hampton -
company. Tampa Times.
YALE vs HARVARD
4 \' meeting read and approved. before he joined the Marine

JUt M.INSKERYb:1)N- JUNIOR WOOOMEX CIRCLE I After dealing with the routine Corps at Jacksonville, a few weeks
and PAT1IB NEWS
t ( matters before the board and since that time he has ,
1 r MRtt. M. McMAHTEIlMr. \ to come ago, good first
mortgage gold bonds-are
'ty" The Junior Circle No. 33, held' the improvement of Hampton 'been receiving ,,Instruction in the as

and Mrs. G. C. Livingston, Its regular meeting Tuesday evening -, school bulld'ng: was discussed and drills, duties and 11u toms of the

'i? k 2811 Prospect road, have announced at eight o'clock with nearly: the board ordered petition circu- "Marine Corps at Paris Island. welcome a gift for Mother as you could think of.n.s .

4, i the marriage of their all officers present. The>Juniors lated In that district to ascertain .Quantlco is thq headquarters of Wed.U&Thur.l5

oTi J j,; daughter. Mrs. Marie Livingston lad several visitors who gladly\ whether or not the citizens desir- the East Coast Expeditionary

1 + ; McMaster, to Dr. E. O. Mansker, watched them carry on their work ed an election called to determinethis Force\>> and fcipofnVcPf!' departure a sound, sane way of celebrating Mother's

N of Tampa. for the class of new candidates.It matter. for many Marines' who leave for
I
a I The couple was married In a was also stated during the "Bills for the month were audited service In the WeJt Indies and All Star Castin ,

r 1 ' quiet ceremony in Brooksvllle Sat bua'ne session that the Juniors and pa'd. No further businessthe elsewhere. It la notknown definitely Day. May we assist you in your selection?

{ urday. Dr. and Mrs. Mansker left I would have two meetings per board adjourned to meet the just how long Croft will remain -

1 immediately for a motor trip to I I month as their parent organisation lint Monday\ In May.A. here, but U probably will be

various points in the state and has tbe meetings to be held on J. tkifils._Sec7. several months before,he resumes
b, r'' upon their return to Tampa will the first and third Tuesday: evenings -- his travels. 5 "The Awakening"also

1.. its'' be at home at 210 South Moody(I and Instead of eight o'clock Palmetto Total of 1,4SB car- 'Bradford

+ Avenue.-Tampa. Tribune. I I j at night. It was suggested by the l Lads citrus shipments reported Oracevtll 4,100 slash pine County Bank.

to The above announcement appearing supervisor to have their me tlngi for season In this vicinity seedlings planted la this Vicinity
llth
In Su nday'. paper will be at four-thlrtr In the afternoons Palmetto Annual flower show by Florida Forest Service. Episode Bradford County's Financial Stronghold

? r read with interest here by the I There will be a meeting of the field 'Ire.Tampa, Palmetto- City ordered Installation -

4f'1' many friends of Dr and Mrs.\drill team Saturday n'ght at 8:00: Second annual flows ft signal light for Lem a. "TARZAN TilE TIGER"I I STARKE, FLA.1''I. .

cy Mansker. o'clock. Id by Tampa Garden Clubs. avenue and Mrytle street. I .




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COUNTY TELEGRAPH sTAR1IE FLORIDA .. .. .---_. ---" _- a I2,
DR4DFORD
ll' 0. 1030 ._ ,-_ .-- ."-_. ----- -------- -- - ------ -
t
tl', 3t I will not. therefore -
-- --- which they settled. The St. Johns river. It
=
-
Mr. and Mrs.!\ J. W. Andrews, I Ancient City To outlet at St. Augustine be damaged by the eastern ?. '+
Atlantic ocean
Jr., entertained rthe members of terminal of the. canal !hng located

and the Twentieth Century Club last yti Port When will not only restore. to It at St. Augustine
the years see rm; ; ; A+ Be
\ will\\
look across " week. ill of Its former glory but Mr McAdoo 111 to Mllllnll Hit next ';

it Canal Is Built I make it one of the greatest ports several weeks, In St Augustine

w Frank Mitchell of the Unlver- In the United\ States confirming by a more Intensive
knot> '
beside my Mother's Same 100 steamers per day or territory surrounding wca' p
fuself/ s'ty of Florida was the weekend study of it and the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mitch S !\I1'\llo. Thor Now :Milking Studyof 35,000 per annum counting both It as well\ an territory

ell. The Harbor. Inbound and outbound now K<> between It and the St. Johns river f

\ day be Mother's "jf'1 I \ ---- I around Key West In I galling I between the tentative location of the route '
ctcrerll Gulf ports and the Atlantic canal without -
Mr.\ Gerald Middleton and Mr. Mr. Malcom U. McAdoo, of New for :he sea level ship I +
Raleigh Dowling and children of I York City, who has conceived, located const and European: ports and locks across country between I

all roses grow along her way.Sunday Jacksonville were In Starke Sunday and designed the great ship none of these with the exceptionof 1)o'tor'lIlIlet or the mouth of I

I canal to be built across the north-, the few making Tampa touch Black Creek and St. Augustine

ern part of Florida, as fully described any point in Florida but with thecompletion Tulntka Dally News. ,

I will be her day. Let your B'fu! be tine and endur- St.I I in a former issue in an of I this ship canal, as . + r I
| Mrs. Charles Arrandell *t and de-

.Ii x, ,,?, with a hint of g'rllsh enjoyment which Mothers never Augustine is the guest; of her I II article Cove/: Springs by!him for has the buen past In", Green sixty Klgned Mr. McAdon It with has its located eastern terminal I CAHI OF THINKS!\ r

brother and sister-in-law, Dr. and
'herlsh. of the matterof I I at St. Augustine all of themVitll -
'Iii days making a study
KIWI Mrs. O. L. Haynes. extend to the cltl-
We wish to
through it, and St. Augustine
will brighten the day-and keep green I the proper outlet for the canalon pass Drs.. Middleton -
and to
hosiery TlierpHsa
of result of
A KIft the Atlantic ocean Mr. Mc- Th'a! will not only ens
that neither time nor distance should be allowed to Mrs. L. G. Hemingway has returned ii Adoo's original plan was to have In building up St. Augustine to and) Holland\ of Slnrke our

!111180, tips I home from Bladenboro N, terminal either at the the proportions to which It Is entitled heartfelt thanks for their visits
C., where she spent several weeks the eastern bedside and beautiful floral
.,ver, entrance of Doctor's Inlet Into the but It will help the whole at the

memory of the child you used to be, in humble gratl- with relatives. St. Johns river or at the entranceof east count Jacksonville will of offerings after the death S of Phil ourfather '
In It. A. GKKKN: : have access' to this cunulby and. brother James
river. Vessels course '
has been constant through all the white and Black creek Into the blessings rest , a
love that yours Snowflake, yellow I May Clod's
betwveu
the the St. Johns river lips tD.
,,le for h to use the St using .
either
In
case
dent, truckers, Cuban Flint and Congressman R. A Green of the each of you. (
of hosiery crossing of the
give Mother an appropriate gift Its outlet In the At- It and) the upon
river to
,art between good variety of old field corn seed. I second Florida! district today gave Johns Jack- Johns river either nt Doctor's inlet J. Phillips D. I.. Phillips, ;
I dor't want to appear selfish, I Just have to men- J, F. Kickliter. lantic 38 miles northeast of also Mrs Bull: Lee. Mrs\ Alice Jones, { ''S
u-nllo/ "The Black crook amid It will\
\nl 1 out the following statement: "-llle. One of the greatest authorities or Mrs, Jet- '.
I sell Onyx and Munslngwear Hosiery which are with- secretary of tater Honorable U. of all times once made have the outlet to the ocean which Mrs Mattte Illghtower ?
dial returned
Dn Mrs. G. M. Inman has that It has at the mouth of the tle t l Cox.
full fashioned A. Gray, has Just advised' me statement that the necessity now
The the
doubt the best that ;money can buy. from a trip down the West Coast lr
ut II 'no one filed againstmn us a candidate for sea level canal across the --
a
for $1 is the biggest value that where she spent several days In .STF.Ad1 PRESSING COMPANYSuits
unHlnxuear Hose that we sell for representative In congress northern part of the Florida Peninsula -

get and the newest arrival is a beautiful quality Tampa and Ft. Myers. from the second district; was of the greatest national Cleaned, Pressed and Reshaped(

oU vlll ever therefore I am declared nominated Importance and that such canal J. Frank Thoman-Phone 52
that formerly sold for $1.95.S& We want our friends and customers
hlttOI1 hose at $1.50 to take advantage of our and my name will not appear should start at some suitable point .

If you fret wonderful offer. The "MELODY"[ on the primary ballot June on the Gulf const north of Cedar

.n he tike re aroInx Breen. we 4 for $1.50. The finest photo ever 3. Key and cross the state to St. Augustine -
gDOCN. .nd M.- I am profoundly grateful to the / the original port of the
offered for the The time uss/
ulLllNDLIiUiJ ('.. money. people of the second congressional Stales As all know, St. BEST;
beer . axrswlitilli1 United
:...Ss .. Is short. Come now or you miss FOR
U ,.. ...r..rt to roe. tt. Hoover Bros. Studio, Starke,,, d'strlct for this co-operation, trust Augustine was th<> first' settlement THE
" "'IOIht TIII R" II.\BIE STORE and confidence on their part My In the United States and wan a'PA

\o matter how small or how large! you are we have adress Fla. unanimous nomination was madepossible made by the Spaniards) who select T

/ *: to fit you. Mr. and Mrs J. E. Jordan left only through; the cooperative ed' It on account of lu groat natural -

efforts of my many friends port and harbor, and after
Tuesday for their home in
visit here and the press In all matters for building( : the city of St. Augustine
Ga. after
Wrlghtsvllle a '
- - . - -' the Interest of our district and there the old fort still there was
--- with their daughter Sties Pearl I T
Z5L5vu25ZSu2. \ state. Ever since I have been a built to protect It.
J Jordan.
] member of congress my attend- Strange to say, the port has been

ance record has been perfect. Every allowed to fill up with sand and
] Mr. H. H. Launt and family are "
session has been .attended and the chief engineer of the U. S. IF
] leaving Wednesday for Beeriston,,
Bits of ] N. Y. where they will spend the every roll answered Though un- Army in his annual reports no 1 OV4Y Q
] : able to obtain some' of the things longer mentions It although all r
summer. They plan to return to
] which my (onstUu 1I have desired minor ports along the eastern and
Starke in the fall.
and needed JUbave labored western coast of Florida, even Yes! You CAN have the best tastiest

localNConcernin earnestly at' all Clues: to bring those. without commerce or natural
Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mrs. A. C. of and wholcHomcNt groceries that money can
them every possible measure advantages are mentioned
Durden Mrs. C. C. Hoppe, Miss
and Miss Florence aid and relief.I fully described by him in each and |>uy-at a sum that is balm to the bud-
Griffin
Ethel
People Business and have faltb in the people\.of my annual reports $
Our Matthews were In Jacksonville everyone of his get. Cash and Carry naves you $$$. Trade
of the County and Town. district and state. .Tbey have been This Is so strange that It calls for '
.
Progrett Tuesday.Mr. tried by adversities and reverses, an explanation. at the M-C STOUE.Rosedale .

but have remained strong and Mr McAdoo as result of his
A. O. Andreu and
g and Mrs.
______ ===...=.. =. =CCCCCCC Q steady. In them tray, faith shall studies so far, has found that the
Cl==== "'" -------------- daughter, Thelma, and Mr. and
continue to abide. :Their approvalof shortest, cheapest, most direct and No. 21-2 Size
Crews were The "MELODY. A fine, perfectly Mrs. G. H. Bennett will visit Miss ,
end Mrs. A. S. and service by thisrenomination Atlantic -
Col. my efforts feasible route to the eastern
Saturday. finished good sized photo, Gussle Mae Bennett In Tallahassee -
tors In Jacksonville Inspires me to more ocean terminal of the ship 21c
4 for $1.50. This is somethingyou unday"1Irs. PEACHES- - - -
oarnest and unselfish service for canal which he has located and designed A
and cush- cannot afford to miss. Come
|Auto tops cushions them. My sole desire Is to render will be across country be-
bargain we who has
Wilson
26tfMi1 now. The greatest Bessie ,
coveri. M. Levlton. unto them and my Maker the best tween they St Johns river and St. ''Medal Self rising
have ever offered. Hoover Bros. spent the winter In St. Petersburg, Gold
service of which I am capable. instead of down the St.
Davis and Studio, Starke Fla. and Orlando, Is visiting her niece Augustine
J.
and Mrs. R. Paid ,. which would necessitate
river
Johns Pounds$1.05
\IWren ipent Sunday in Daytona.- Mrs prior II.to V.her Knight return for north.a few days adv.S vessels passing through Its Flour, 24

Mrs. L. R Ware of Wrights- long and tortous channel to the

R. F, Nolan was a visitor here yllle, Ga., spent several days here Keown and Miss ocean or Its mouth. 1
E.
,m> Maxirllle,Tuesday, this week with Miss Pearl Jordan. Miss Mary SAMPSOtf.ClTYMlmm ; This canal built with Is eastern P& G LaundrySOAP,5Bars
Tallahassee,
of
Isabelle Thursby
,,
flM 1 Tb< > Cvr. Mr.
lw > terminal at St. Augustine, as
Messrs J. L. and J. R. Cason of were In the county this week assisting McAdoo'a studies so far conclusively 19c

lord were in Starke Tuesday. Miss Margaret Adkins of Gainesville Miss Pearl Jordan with will
We had services-. here Sunday Indicate that It will be,
spent the week-end. here with strawberry products.The of Augustine-the first
a. m. by Rev C. 'A. Crosby restore St.
Mr and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee Miss ,Lola Adkins. circles of the Baptist W. M. Starke.Mr. settlement In America-and the Regular 10 Cent Size t
DeLand.
eot Sunday In and Mrs. Ray Thomas of first. port In America-all of the '
Miss Mary Brownlee is visitingCol. U., will meet Monday afternoonat visiting relatives pristine glory with which It was 25c
Butler 3:30. Circle No. 1 will meet at Palatka were CHIPSO 3 Packages - --w
of Lake : {
Mrs. L. F. Dyer and Mrs. J. E. Futch In De- here Sunday endowed by the Spaniards. The
No.
visitor here Tuesday. the home of Mrs. C. A. Knight, ,
as a the time St. Augustine
Land. Miss Dorothy Smith Is spend- Spanish at
and No.
2 with Mrs. A. 1'<1. Darby
visitor here 3 with Mrs. G. W Alderman. ing a few days near Flagler was settled were great "navigators Del Monte Medium Size
If W. Mann was a of the
I Mr. and \Mrs. N. O. Adams and Beach with friends.Mr. and hail a great knowledge

om Lake Butler Wednesday. McKay Johnson spent Sunday in I Miss Madge Middleton accom- and Mrs. Hogan Smith were ocean and of proper ports, all of 15c

Potato' plants arrived today. J. Jacksonville.Mrs. panied Mrs. W Q. Dowling and to shopping last week.In Jacksonville one ,day which by Is them evidenced of great by ports the selection In all- Prunes, pound Box - - ,

Klikllter. son, William, of Jacksonville

O. E. Stansbury and daughter Tampa Saturday, where she spent Mr. Lamar Warren of Gaines . .. .. '" I I

The Y. W A. business meeting Edna, spent Wednesday in several days with Mrs. Lloyd Ab- ville was visiting Miss Bstelle Davis : ,_ : : MAXWELL HOUSE

II be held Friday evening, 7:00: Green Cove Springs.L. I bott. '" Sunday afternoon 37c
Mr. John Hall and relatives of \ - -
Coffee -
pound -
-
.
clock, at the Baptist church.COLUMN I Williams Jacksonville, w vlH-tlng\ here FLORIDATHEATRE can
and Yancy ,
F. Surrency of Apopka was Cadets Thomas for Sunday i rft ,*!,,,> : '
here Monday visiting his sister, were home from Carlisle '

Mrs.. P, M. Barefoot the week-end with their parents, Miss Cleo Thomas spent Satur- Carnation or Van Camp'sMILK

ENr A % Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Williams. They day afternoon In'Gainesville Home of VltaphoneGAINESVILLE
-
WORD accompanied by George Don't forget church Sunday afternoon I 27c

Misses Edna and Carrie in Ocala Hutto and were Flowers and Frank Farner ol 3:30: o'clock by Rev. J, I, - FLA. l 3 large cans -

were recent visitors Bamberg, S. C. T, Guy of Starke. "

_ Oxford. Mrs, Joseph Hall and son, Joe,
and little of Gainesville were visiting rela- Program Week May 8 BRADFORD COUNTY
J. L. Briggs
Mrs.
OR Furnished apart- and Paul -
RENT
Mrs. H. V Knight

,ment liter, lower floor. J, F.3-21-tf.Kick- Knight spent Monday in Jackson sonville daughter Wednesday, Betty returned after to a Jack-brief tives Mr.here and Sunday.Mrs. Jim Adkins and Today-Friday New Potatoes 5 pounds - - 25c

ville. visit here with Judge and Mrs. A. family Mr. and( Mrs. Nlram Wynn Black Crows'' ,

Z. Adkins. They were accompanied kni(! family of Hampton were visiting 'The Two
bountiful
Giant stringless and Miss Hazel here Saturday afternoon.Mr. Moran and Mackin
OR SALE OR RENT8roomtwo F. Kick- to Jacksonville by ARMOUR'S VEGETOLE
J.
beans tomato plants. Ifarrls of Ft Ben-
story house on corner of Adkins who will visit them there. Wesley

Call and Church streets. Apply liter. nlng. Ga., spent a.few days with Lard 8 pound pail $1.15
? Compound
That Up
to W. E. Daugherty. 4-18-tf. Hazel Middleton was hostess Mr. and Mrs. Orin C. Marshalland relatives and returned Tuesday Why Bring
Miss
daughter Dorothy, stopped, afternoon. ""
- to the Afternoon Bridge club here over the week-end with Mr. : Quite a large crowd enjoyed the SaturdaySecond I

'OR SALE-Tomato plants, Wilt''Tuesday. and Mrs. J. H. Lord. They were program given hyrthe Corinth D. i MINUTE

Proof, J2.00 per 1000. W. their way from South Floridato Y. P. U. out to Mr. Berrlan 1>yal'. Floor Mystery 25c

Stephenson on Brooker Mr. L. B. Alexander of Waldo on their home in Flint, Mich., and home Sunday afternoon, With OATS 3 Packages -
Wed- .
8tarke. It"'OR 'was a business visitor here from here by _i r- o -- Hltrr l tl ,
accompanied
were construction Loretta Young, Grant
nesday. "" Tampa Bids Apenedfor'

'' SALE-1926 Ford-on Trac- Mrs. Fannie Lord. of auditor!um.Jn Robles \ WithersLaurelHardy Octagon WashingPowders ;

tor, dine plow and double disc Lacy Klckllter and daughter,) The Woman's Auxiliary of the Park and for construct of' pavilion -

cutter, also 150 cords 4-foot Miss Asaleenof Stuart, are guests Presbyterian church will meet in DeSoto Pwk. I Comedy 3 Packages lOc ;

wood, very reasonable. Apply of his brother, J. F. Klckllter, this evening May 13th at'8 I "HOOSE COW"Sunday ,

Mltehell'g Drug Store. UOST. week. Tuesday o'clock at the home of Miss Mabel .......*.....+..*...+++., I II

Weller. Mrs H. II. Young will I -I Creamery
O. L. Beasley has as guests All You Can I Clearbrook
-nay mule, 1000 Ibs.. ears Mrs. of the program on Grow ,
A. C. Durden, have charge 'Such Men Are Dangerous -
:
erect, scar on right front foot. her mother Mrs. Mrs. J. W. Skin 45cKELLOGG'S
Latin America. BUTTER pound- - - -
both all
Eat can
Reward for information or return and sister' Mrs.. C. C. Hoppe I ner Presbyterial president of you I I ,

to Mike Maruca Rt. 2, Box of Tampa. North Florida will be the speaker.Mr. Can all your surplus. With WARNER BAXTER
34. Starke. U.I.OST. ;
miss this, you miss the ,

-Small, hand greatest If you photo bargain of your S, Mass W:, Marcotte, who has of been North visiting FRUIT JARS I MondayTuesdayGeo.llancroft 3 25c
hampton. FLAKES
The "MELODY" 4 for $1.50. CORN packages{ -
between Starke and Hellbronn life. mills It. A real his brothers Archie N. Mar- I ,
Finder Come now or you and
Springs Saturday night. Hoover cotte of West Palm Beach I
please L. C. Shaw "QUALITY" portrait. Starke returned In
return to Geo. A. Marcotte of
Starke Rt. 2, Box 73., It* Broa. Studio, Starke Fla. to his home Monday. He was Cans and,Canning I "Ladies Love Brutes" Goodwife. Self rising

- his father, A. F,
?OR SALE About seventyNew Mrs. Jim Shaw and Miss Lillian spend accompanied Marcotte who by spent the past win- I With Flour 24 Pounds - 98c

Z iJand rabbits. Rex Barefoot of Sanderson will Outfits Frederic March Mary As- ,
white
with Miss Inez ter In Florida.. .
here
train, from one week to 1 1-2 the week-end I tor, Stanley Field ,

Wars age For quick, sale lot I Abernathy, New Smyrna 14th semiannual Limited 'amount of jelly YELLOW r

for $129 cash. Also twenty beans, chufas, Spanishand state-wide Beautification going while they j ,WednesdayTHOSE -15c
Velvet glasses 3 Pounds
April
*n-covy ducks, 2Se lb. Mrs. J. peanuts. J. Convention will meet here ONIONS -

?. Drag. Route 2, Box 301-A Florida Runner 26th. last at 21.2e each. WHO DANCE i

a rlie. Fla. 1 t"L4JlGE F. Klckllter. Cocoa _Flower Show held here
.
- Hetty Compson, Lila Lee

MANUFACTURER Mrs. Winifred Wimberly' and recently. New playground '111- William Boyd Monte Blue
-
CHICAGO Windermere.

has a piano near Mrs.Highland Nelson were Green In and Starke childrenof Mon- opened here of Starke Hardware HARRY LANGDON M- C STORE

SUrke which !U slightly used' Winter Garden Homes COMEDY

sod< partly paid for. We will day. this city will be numbered In -fu- & Furniture Co. I

wl| this to responsible party _, I,* Satisfaction Is a Certain III'
a Mrs. A. II. Hall and lit- ture. IV| ,' 50c I "Where
willing to' complete small )It. and Key West Extensive Improvements 10 c &

'onthly' For full tle daughter Sharon of Jackson-I underway at local post Base Floor, Manning Bldg. "

niculars/ payments.address P. O. Box ville ware week-end office. ....*.............+..... -
Mrs. L. S. Hutto. I
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COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA Fflh1)YMy
BRADFORD
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1\1l\ 1 ----"'--- ..--.-------" CATTLE U PROFITnl.EWH" -. ;: ; "Muskie Will I Soon
)I ; INFKCTKl: : ) WITH . U. SUCCESSFUL I French River, Home of Wiley Echo


'\ Farmers and Farming CONTAOIOfH ABORTION I -'lHOMEMAKINGI I Cries of Elated Anglers as They Battle Fresh Water Tigel,

: Contagious abortion Is 'impor- \ [.y OKACC VIAll ORAT

,, : tant from an economic standpoint, I ---- ,," -f.

(Hy Agricultural Editor) since tb; Infected cows are unprofItable BAKINGThe .

as milk producers for usually QUICK '.....
-. ... -_ -- . - -
-
three Dr. A. L,. 1
two or years keynote of today Is more ,
; Farmers and Truckers Are Invited to Contribute ArI' Sheal] head of the animal husbandry leisure for women. Women today

i tides of Farm Experiences and Methods Found department at the Flor- are just ns!! excellent housekeepers ? (

ida Experiment: Station recently as their mothers nnd grandmothersbefore : r
I' r To Be Rest Suited to Our
Country
i ; stated in a radio address over them but they are not willing -
I 1IMILU)11R ... 'yR U P.One to spend every minute" of the \
. ,
the stove, the
---- -- ---- ------- -- -- ---- -- reason why the disease Is so day hanging! over

'f : JLNILISOIRLNliS What i Is true of cucumbers i iI la hard to control is because the kitchen sink or the dish pan. They

pitourcrriovLAHOKS : J I also true of watermelons and other systematize their housework and )
;; worst carrier may not show any so plan their meals that they have r
:.: j I TO NAl'fJHT I crops. Watermelons should be physical symptoms. But by having leisure time for reading for club

.II >. 1 ; ird I handled carefully to prevent bruising / a blood test, made on every meetings; for playing with their

t : ( By Spuds John on.) and should be treated to prevent animal in the herd It Is easy to lo- children and time for their hua- .' 1

'- ; ,i 1t Somebody once said something stem-rot' before they are load- cato the carriers, he explained. bands. ;
ed onto the cars. From laboratory experiments we ..
I., Only a qualified veterinarian '
mortals be
; about "what fools we ,
know that coke calling for three
Of course It Is not citrus harvest a
should be allowed to take the
1 and I have about come to agree
:, JI cuptula of self-rising flour can be
t tme! now, but an appalling
I with him, In part at least. Now, blood sample, since great care mixed In 8 minutes against the 15
amount of citrus fruits are lost every .
must be taken to keep the sample -
,r v take for Instance us farmers and minutes required for tbe same cake .
\:: : truck growers and citrus growers I year through being bruised 171' the wound from getting contaminated of plain, flour. This Is easily ex FQNC4 eltl GOLF CoQfg' .J1(
I pI I INow
or stem-cut In packing. Often ---
: well, for that matter. Lot' plained. Self-rising flour has to be .
as ..
of times we go ahead and spend a nails are left projecting from the After the Infected cows have sifted only once, there Is no baking .. .t"1' Y- ....... ... _' __ :

t side of the packing cases, and every been located if they are milk powder to measure the eggs
l, r i world of money and trouble and poor
.
time the case Is filled, one or are added\ unbeaten and the cake
should] be sent to
work In producing a crop, and producers they
,1' Is mixed as quickly and gently as
more citrus fruits has been ruined.
f' s i when we get It matured don't slaughter at once, he said. If a possible. Tills all saves time
1 L take care of it. These losses are easily prevented number of very good cows are Infected against the old method of sifting
and their prevention Is worthwhile
: Every time I have been over to I the owner may establishtwo
A good produced and
4 Jii the station recently, where cucum- crop entirely separate herds, one 'I
marketed should be aim.
",* I liars are being loaded I have seen our Infected and the other noninfected -

1' l fmmebody just grabbing/ the hampers and by gradually weeding out

.' ; and giving them a sling toward Instructions have been issued by the Infected herd the trouble can

(Li 1 3$1$ tho rear of the, car, letting State Plant Commissioner Wilmon be controlled and ultimately erad-

i them fall where they moor BIJ hard Newell that tomatoes grown In icated, he continued. However, lu

. .. 1 j as they may. Sometimes they are eradication areas will be allowedto the free herd the sows should be

';: i\\ even slung as recklessly from the ripen on the vines up to the tested every three to six months.

,.it 4 11 wagon or truck Into entrance of time the host free observance begins There will also' be many disordersto

: \ : the cars. If they are sold to canneries treat among the Infected herd

;" r Now, I realize that a cucumber Inside the area and drops are gath- that will need the care of a good ___

. ; 3 has a pretty hard rind, and will ered and destroyed weekly. Move- veternarlan. L' < -" '!!
: stand abuse and that the fellows It la interesting to note that I A 351-0 MUGKflG AfSD 1JIJlt1.0W ; J I
; some -
If i' I ment to canneries Is to be on 11(1 C..PTt>1OI!:. dr F GItJC'fI OIlE'.c<::.
I\J i : fl who are doing loading are property; certificates and all crop calves from Infected cows will be
1 4.. not to eat Infected for about six months and
going them anyhow. remnants be of
to
t are disposed is the time for all good fishermen Ing mUIICau 1ge. on of the gamest besides their dally limit of ban. pit
. ( 'Lt But 'the cucumbers are supposed of the commercial then lose the Infection. If they --
' i upon completion to prepare for tbat summer trip" dan known; huge Great Northern and pickerel no less than seventn
to be eaten by somebody, else they harvest. Tomatoes may not ripen are not exposed at some later per- A Delicious Cake of Self-Rlalnfl 0 pike, pickerel, an abundance of small- "muskle" ranging from 10 to 38'4' ib
I.i.. ,r 1 k 'r':3;: wouldn't be selling. And every for any purpose in the infested iod they will be free from the disease Flour Can B* Made In Seven la an appropriate slogan for disciples mouth and large-mouth black baa In 1936: a "muskle- of 33 pound
Minute of Isaac Walton these balmy spring and other finny prize To accom- weight 50 Inches long and 21
I time they are bruised, an opening zones. When grown outside the he added. met
days. A successful nshlng trip depend modate sportsmen and their families, In girth was taken In the
main clan
. Is
V I\: \ made for bacteria and fungi eradication area, however there The best method for keeping flour three times
or .four gettingout
a fin bungalow collection of nel of the French, one mile from
largely the careful selection camp-a tt
4 rt$; .. ? that will cause the cukes to rot are restrictions on this crop. contagious abortion out of a free the baking powder and measurIng upon '' Individual cabin centering around a bungalow camp

-r ii sooner or later, mostly sooner S herd i is to have a blood test madeon It, separating the yolks and ot location, tackle and even aao- main clubhouse-baa been erected on The French River Bungalow Cam

i r A rotten cucumber or a rotten DeSoto county citrus growers every cow added to the herd. whites of the' eggs/ Into separate elate, for many a party has been a cliff overlooking the river. Here the will open June IS and remain opt

tlii '; ( any thing else Is not fit for consumption have closed their shipping season Remember the disease can not be bowls and then beating them sep ruined by the lat-mlnuta Introduction fisherman and his family can "roughIt until Sept. 15. Jack Strathdee. I n

I and so we should try to for the spring and a census. of the detected by a physical examination -: arately. of a "wet blanket" to an other- In comfort" far from the cares and genial manager, 1* an experienced out
Women would make cakes oftener wise congenial collection of ports- annoyance of a work-a-day world. doorsman whose chief delight
\\ ? avoid business that will cause rot shipments made show 1238; cars he cautioned.
!t I If they did not have to go to so That big "muaklea" are plentiful at coaching the unlnltated In the in
,, After we have worked as hard as of citrus fruit have out of He emphatically stated that men.One
gone much trouble. A bag of the moat French River
package or Interesting fishing I* proven by the fact luring the fish. French River also b
k" we have to produce the crop, we tho county this season. Of this there was no drug that would prevent of self-rising flour eliminates all stream In North America Is French that one recent summer a inona'er a fine 9-hole golf course so that dpvotee

"N should certainly take pains to see number about 75 per cent was oranges or cure the disease. It is on- this trouble and makes cake and River. Ontario. Canada. 215 mile muskle weighing SO pound 'wa taken of the royal and ancient pro

i 1'' that It gets to the consumer In 8 per cent tangerines and ly through the blood test by Isola- pastry making simple and quick. north of Toronto on the Canadian In the North Channel at the mouth of who are also fond of fishing need no

4 good shape. 17 per cent grapefruit.. tion and sanitation, that this 41s- Here Is a very delicious cake Paclflo Railway This lordly river Is the Wolseley River Also, not long entirely forego/the former sport 1 n
\.:, . that can be made In seven minutes. celebrated a* the habitat of the flght- ago a party of Ohio sportsmen caught favor of the latter.
-- - -- --- ease, indeed a big problem, can be
'i J : _____ __
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._ ... Tbe family will love It: n
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eradicated from the herds of FlorIda
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t he concluded. Sift three Quick and one-third Cake. cups of chicks. Chicks 'that have been I The fourth annual flower slid

: :: )W to Play&IDGB: S elf-rising flour Into large bowl. 11Th lIE sweated and smothered, or once was held held at Gainesville 11,
ft TWO (JIHLH TWO IJOYS
Break two Into standard
1 C eggs chilled, may not show serious 8. Miniature gardens were 01
_ / CJIVKN THH- TO 4-If measuring cup. Fill cup with melt. signs for a day or so, but will just of the main attractions of thedi
NATIONAL CLUB CAMP ed shortening or cooking oil. Put
__ naturally grow weak and die, play First and second awards <
into flour but do not beat Add
.1_ The four 4-11 club members who two cups HUgar. one cup milk and Watch your brooder stovesiLEUL'.iK blue and read seals] were offer...

,11.//1 I ---::: -ries 2930 by _ tional 4-H Club Camp In Washington mixture two minutes, 1'our Into a ': CROPS SHOl'M)

._, Wynne Ferguson D. C., June 18 to 23, have greased and ,floured( loaf pan or THE 'HKCO.\I) WKKK: Ufo: PLANTKI: ) I.V ('OHS, To eat raw vegetables Is one wa
v -1 just been announced by Miss Flav- two large layer cake pans,, and /
I 'bAuthor -PRACTICAL AUCTION BRIDGE IHSTHU'TST: S.\1S to get the vitamins and, the 80lubl
,,i ,
W bake In a moderate oven ((300 degrees brooder
la of the
Gleason and K. W Blacklock, The temperature
-- -- -
= minerals which be'lost In th
_ -------------------- --- may
t extension state club leaders. F.) fur 30 minutes. Is to be reduced slowly and grad-:.
Copyright, 1929, by Boyle, Jr. For, variety's sake, nuts, raisins, Some legume crop should be cooking water.
"& Oullda Yates, Orange county melted chocolate or spices may be nally, so that by the second week! planted In every acre of corn In
I and Mary KIT Bradley, Leon coun- It can be down to 90 degrees, directly Florida J. Lee
!.J t _ _1j ARTICLE No. 20 added. Any desired frosting may Smith, district Suicide
-i7r ty, have been selected as the girls, be used on this cake below the edge of the hover, agent, recently stated over state Unintentional

;; One of the most popular forma of Talk it over with your frlomN/ and and Hugh Dukes, Union county, and two Inches off the floor The''' radio station, WRUr. Many people are slowly poisoniii
iZ 4 minor amusements is the Auction remember that the correct solution 'I' themselves just as surely as if tar.
: and Wilson Roberts, Washington HOT ROLLS chicks want to be watched just as Legumes, he stated furnish a
\\t bridge problem. You will ere interested must be one that Is good against anydefense. before to them drank iodine every morning for break
the keep
two boys. carefully as
f.I'' pl.iyer in the theatre, subway trains, Don't make the mistake of county as I homo for friendly bacteria that tost. They are daily: absorbing ti
seashore other Summer These boys and girls were selected Where Is the person who doesn't] comfortable as evidenced when entrap nitrogen and add vegetable created
at the and resorts figuring out a way to make the requisite toxins or poisons, by mann
: poring over some double dummy number of tricks when your solution .- as the outstanding club like hot rolls? And yet knowing they form a uniform ring near the matter to the soil, as well as fur- lated waste matter in their constipate!

;\ Urirlge problem. Juttt to be in the la possible only because of the members In the state In both lead- this to be a fact many women edge of the hover. Keep the wa-I nish feed commercial value. Pea- digestive !systems. Sooner or lab:

:& fashion this article will deal entirely bad play of the adversaries. Such a ership and project work. The tripto never attempt making hot rolls for ter fresh and clean. nuts, cowpeas, velvet beans; beg-I I disease! will conquer their weaken(
:[iJ ; with such problem I Ir solution Is not a correct one. A cor..taolution the National Club Camp Is rated their families thinking It Is a dim- As mentioned before, the chick garweed, soybeans, and Crotalarla bodies..
The first problem Is for to I must be that is poimiMa cult !Making hot rolls la
one one process.
I' you heada
that club starter mash given the first week If you have dizzy: !BpelK !
as the highest honor a are the principal used.
i think the I the beat dcfeiue. a' housewife utarts ones being
1$ ; over during coming week. against any or easy. Once coated tongue bad breath, insomnt! '
member can win. la to be continued on through the Local conditions
making them, she will always and use, will determine bilious Attacks or paint
appetite
!t ; Problem No. 19 Two of t-he trips were given by make them Her friends will demand second week and for some time at : the one that Is best suited no the back and, limbs, you are probobi j

.: : I Heart- Q 6, 5 the Atlantic Coast Line Railway them when they come u-dln- ter that but now In addition a to a given farm, he added. Buffering from !self poisoning: caused
'.h.r' '' Club-none Company, one by the Barnett Na- Inj, and almost over night she has good scratch gran: may1' also be I Mr, Smith stated that he knew constipation.surest anilbleasante <

:(- Diamond- A, K, 7, 6 tional Bank of Jacksonville and a reputation for making rolls that fed. four batcheryman can sup !of no better way to winter the 14 relief for this condition is lierbine, ti
::; 1 Spade-Q, 4 Federation ofWomen' fairly "melt In your mouth." mix good vegetable cathartio which acts in it.
one by the Florida ply you, or you can a head of cattle on the
;is$ I Heart. 1 K: I Heart! -A.J, 4, 3 Clubs. Tim recipe I am going to give scratch the following formula: average natural WPV.' Get at bottle today !to''
r: r Club- Q. 7,6,5 : Y : ('Iubs-IO, 0 you requires little kneading/ and on North Florida farm than a Held of Canova Pharmacy.
.f ( Diamond-4, 3 t A B : Iiamonda-8, 5 Miss Ruby McDavld and W. T. handling and only a short time of 100 pounds wheat (cracked velvet beans and corn. The beans

:; 'y. \ : Spade*- 10, 9 t Z : Spade*-J Nettles, district agents, will accompany mixing until ready for the oven.: grain.) will stay in the field well without

.- \ 100 pounds medium cracked
"j the winners. rotting and make splendid late l hog
Hearts- 10, 9, 8, 7 corn. fattening feed. As for soybeans, COFFINS & CASKETSAnd
'), Clubs- K, 8, J. 2
CO pounds stell-cut oats.
they be cut for In
( Diamond. 9 may hay, which a Full Line of
*- .
I
f About pint of this scratch
'I a case Crotalarla or beggarweed
'Wi'$, f.. Spades-none ,Ii WKUF FARM PROGRAM grain may be fed for each 600( ,should be grown for soli Improve Undertakers' Supplies

!' b 1, : Diamond are trump and Z !Is in the leadrilow: can Y Z win eight of the nine II "The Voice of Florida"Six chicks, each day, about noon. FeedIn ment. AUTOMOBILE: HEARSE

'1'4' cI tricks against any possible defense? Solution in the next artirle. troughs with plenty of room for One ton of cowpeas will add nitrogen -
c .
,:fut'' The following problem waa given ''n the preceding article. The Miltition i illi111 all the chicks to get their turn Always on n. ..: 'rSe II'.t.erIr.
unusual farm programs will Every Member of the Family Welcomes equivalent to 244 pounds of at the lowest prices.Special .
here.
If
;t !' given you haven't already tried to solve It, do so now bc.jra :you read be described In detail -
As will more
i I the solution come from WliUF state radio sta- Hot Roll. nlrtate of soda, velvet beans 290 attention to tclea-rapk

't'lJ / Answer to Problem No. 18 tion, during the week of May 10to1 In following Issues of Poul- pounds, beggarweed 178 pounds, order.REGISTERED .
I The secret of this quickness lies try Tips, the amount -of scratch and Crotalaria. 322
it4 i.i 16. the Florida Agricultural pounds he ex EMD"'LMF.RDEWITT
"#j CZ;; Heart- 1C, J, 9 In the fact fiat we use soft wheat grain fed will be Increased from
plained.
,'II;" .: Clubs-4, J Extension Service has announced. and plenty of yeast. We, vail them C. JONESTARKK
n k Diamond_ K, 10 Dill and Abe, feature farm enter- 1'arker House rolls and you make week to week. The purpose is to S-
',\ 4 Spade'! none wit and diver- \ automatically Increase the propor- Clermont FLORIDA.
tainers, will add them as follows: t Reliance Theatre
)J Jr, r Heart Q. 10, 5. 7 Heart -none tion of grain and reduce the pro-
Wednesday improved
1 oft
sion to the program Monday, 1 cup scalded f to cur sound effect.
Club 10, 8, 6 : Y I Cluba-J, 9, 5, 2 milk "wheat flour portion of mash which containsthe
-
/11/'' /. it Diamond- none t A B I Diamonds Q, 9 and Friday. Well known tbsp. sugar . ,,1% tap. salt protein. As the chicks become --- --
'11\\' ..k ,JI 'h .Spade; *- none i Z I Spades-A Southern music will form the base 1 aompr" ** d I tbsp. fat
t .,
able to handle
t.'Jd !\\t\ of each program and the follow :yeast cakeS larger they are-

,1- ' Heart-6 ing talk will he featured: Scald the milk, add the sugar larger amounts of feed, and the

{"t :!. } Club- K, Q. 7 Saturday May 10 Florida and let cool nntli It Is lukewarm ; grain gives them ample nourishment We can charge your Q UDQ

) Diamonds-6,4 K Farm News and U. S"' }'I&rm Science add the yeast and stir until It Is at less feed cost and with YES
i' ; .(ti. Spade*- Snapshots dissolved. Then beat In enough better development of their di- 0 lUlU

If spades ore trtimna and Z is In the nine of diamond Z follows\ Suit! and A Monday, May 12 .Proper Boll Hour to make a soft batter. Add gestive systems which, as we shall STORAGE BATTERY InSmith's

.. __ ''lead, how can Y Z win six of the even I. forced to discard: lie cannot discard: Weevil Control P. W. Calhoun. the unit nnd fat and stir In enough see later Is extremely ImportantIn
? trick against any defense? another heart or all of Y'a hearts will student assistant cotton Investigations flour to make a soft dough. I'luce the development of profitable
__ be good; so he ia forced to discard the on a lluured hoard and knead Just
; Z should lead the king ofpades. flocks. '
Solution
; : Florida Experiment Station. obtain smooth dough.
discard the six of club. Y win the trick with the enough to a Stark k
.
A seven You should to raise
aufely
can no expect
fA king of diamond Y should now lead Meet the Farm Board at the coun- 1'lace the dough In a greased bowl,
Y discard the of
of hearts must : ten
; "tliamonds., and U i 1s forced to win the the trey of club and win the trick in ty agent's office-Farm Reporter. cover with a cloth, and let stand 100 percent of your chicks. ThereIs Garage

r trick with the ace of spade D now has z'. hand with the queen. all following Tue da)'. May 13 Bordeaux until the dough I. double In bulk ; a natural mortality which can- Ha.DOZIER& .

c ll! che choice of two leads'! : ((1)) the deuced uit.Z should now lead the six of heart" Paste for Stem-end Rot In Watermelons cut with a large biscuit cutter, no,! be avoided, but It should be
'1,. tfr clubs; ((2)) the nine of diamond A should play the eight and Y should -Dr. Mv N. Walker asso- grease the Mucutt' with melted but your aim to hold the losses downto -
win the trick with the nine. B ia thus ter, creaM through center with I. =
the lowest amount. It
(1)) Suppose B leads the deuce of forced to discard. lIe cannot discard cate plant pathologist. Florida experiment knife, and fold one-half over the possible
club Z should win the trick'with the will carefully watch the suggestions
the queen of diamond or Z'. six of Station. News About other; grease the top of each" roll you
tiueen of club, all folio win* suit. Z diamond will be good; so he 1 III forcedto Florida Insect*-la W, Zeigler, and place on a well greased bnk- given so far you should .. --- LUSTER-KOTE'
hould now lead the six of hearts, A discard! the five of club. Y should Experiment: Station.. Ing sheet to rise. When the rolls not lose more than 5 percent 'of
ahoulil play the eight, and Y houhl of heart !
the and
now play king B ia
; In bake In hot chick during the critical first
win the trick with the nine. B is forced again forced to discard. lIe cannot Wednesday May 14 Beautifying double bulk. a oven your Highest
((400 degrees F.). 'These delicious however. It there Is grade waterproof
j to discard. lie cannot discard: a diamond discard the queen of diamonds or Z'* the Home Grounds-Miss Virginia two weeks GAY'SLUSTER
or y* king of diamonds and Z'.. six of diamond will be good: *o he is P. Moore, assistant state rout.require] only*s; about IV4 hours. anyone thing that causes more varnish and stain
nix of diamonds. will win two tricks B I in scientific -
I forced to discard the nine of club. Z home demonstration agent Primer chick losses than any other (and
., t is forced, therefore, .o discard the five should diacard the six of diamond and Local civic leaders" are claiming there certainly la) It is failure to
of dubs. Y should now lead the king for Town Farmer combination ; it is both
A follow suit. Y should now lead the
has In the keep the brooder at the right tem
.,' of !heart'! and 1 B again ia forced to di.t .- four of club and Z must win, the next'! Thursday. May 15 Value of tbat St Augustine agricultural -
card. lie still cannot discard a diamond two trick with the king and seven of the Tuberculin Test Dr. A. I*. lands of St. Johns county perature. The professional brood- KOTE elastic and tough and will

., t I for the same reason given in the preceding club. Shealy. head Animal Husbandry more potential l l back-country era of large!; quantities of chicks
trick; so he i Is forced to discardthe Thus In both cases, Y Z win six of Department, Florida Experiment wealth and greater year-around usually maintain a night man to not turn white under hot or

nine of club*,Z should then,discard the seven trick against\ any defense.It Station. Timely News About Flor- stability In Industrial payrolls anllaumm.1' watch the temperature of brooder
the four of diamonds and A follows is a pretty problem in the forcing of cold water.
A ida Livestock Trouble Dr. E. business possibilities every minute even during night
-
,? it uit. Y should now lead the king! of discards. Both A and B are forced to
C i: diamonds. K and Z follow suit and A discard club and thus enable Y Z to "'. Thomas assistant veterinarian than of the towns In Florida that The best of brooder stoves can

.. . ,, : i* forced to discard. lie cannot discard make three club trick when, only two Experiment" Station. are known strictly as winter re go out for some reason or another, DRIES IN 4 HOURS
the queen of heart or Y'. jack of tricks in that suit appear to be winner Friday. May 18 -- Up and sorts or the night can turn suddenlywarm
heart will be good h; therefore he i.' The forcing\ of discard U one of the Downs of a Florida Farmer :-This S or cold. Any of these

t3k. 1'), forced now lead to discard the four the of club eight and of club::Z must. Y most common to win tricks way that that good the pl.1.yenadope time he visits W. T. Nettles, extension Gainesville- Bids opened for change. If not Instantly compensated Bradford County Farmers

win the next two trick with the king player would lose. Study this problem average district agent about a construction of fruit! unit of UnIversity for by regulation of your

&nd teven of club*. and the method! adopted very care plan for making ends meet until of Florida athletic here, brooder stove, is liable to spell Supply Company I

''I (2)Suppos.attskktwoULca4ttbc i ) fully. It will well repay you. the next crop. to cost approximately 100000. disaster for your entire- brood of ,





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EVERGREEN SAVINGS PASSBOOKS ; of the Clerk of Circuit RESOLVED* ny this. Hoard or
r1 .. .
Court In and for Bradford County, "i instruct lo-i tnntptlal meet-
.... ... 1t0l..... ("D.. .u. Florida, on account of Taxes assessed Ins; on this 23rd day of April 10to.lutil .
,.,.. for the year 1929.O It is expedient snd for th>
SOUGHT BY CB03KS .. .., A. Knla-ht. taa polleotor.Htarke. hpHt. InterestH of suld Hpitclal Tae
F- Walton Klu.. Muy t, ItUOCounty School District Mo. 2, of Hradfonl
Mr*. Burton I PreprrTo County, Florida, that this Hoard onbehalf
H''. "hllclren of Alachua, spent Ion I. tine April 1, 1U30 R.31S72 of said District I I :dn Issue unit
IWO Bcbelll."E Hy amount collerttui 2,4! ft.77To ii-ll bonds In the. amount of 27.-
with Mr and !Mrs. Use Them to Steal Money by bal. due Apr. 30. 1930 0,1121.11& 000.00 for the purpose ns ptsted. lit
10) 1 Klne A ForfrltureTo said petition above. referred to.HW .
dun 1 t in JO 8.741.1 IT FUllTHKIl HI-s lo'.VF.n
JB.. no.L ...: Forged Slips Should Ba hat Apr ,
nosier. !MM. ny unit, collected, HUH.31To That said honds shall be. In the denomination
/ urClellan were visit Guarded I loR I. due A,.... 80. 1010' .2.741.80 ot $1000.0(0,( that bonds
Leslie,, Horace RosIer as Carefully as County llelldlas- KlinII bear date of July 1, 19.10 with

I and Mr8. To hnt lut. Apr, 1, 1UJO ..- 1138.U Interest thereon at the rate of t 1-S
ralneflville Sunday. Cash Hy nmt. oollortml _.-. . jlU.1\1I! \!) nnrcent. p''r annum paynnle on the
visitor to. To bul.' duo Apr. SO, I<)10 ? 68720Cnuoty 1st day of July anil the lilt day ft'January
a
g Roller was \ .rhooliaeiieral of each ' and such

Continual vigilance in safeguard- T.. hnl. duo Apr. I, 1'JJU .UaQ489 >onds: to liucome lu'i; payable as

l'S'lSr. Redding. Hv amt. collected ._.__ . __ 4.!>tl.87 follows*
Bryant log savings pass books, as well aa I To >111.| due Apr. .10, 1030 U,393.62 One Thousand dollars on July. t.
"Jy. and !Mrs. Morris Prlngtll blank and cancelled checks against County INtlli 1935 and 2100000 on July t of each
were visit To hnl. One Apr. 1, liUU __. 3140(1Hy ( nf the yxnrs 193(1( to 1941, Inclusive'The
e State Farm., theft' by crooks, who use this material I amt.. inline-led, ______h _. 33.00To principal ami Interest of said
M"H. PRiding Sunday; in forgery operations, is urged 1ml. ,due Apr. an. 1930 . 811.00 bonds ahalr be payable nt the office
on bank customers 'by James B. '1'.t.1 S.IoI.a-n..la. nf the Chase. National Hank In thn
'1'01.1. duo Apr. I. 1U.IO: \ _ .18.111111.11 "pity of New York, Btate of New
,"Cl Mrs. A. B. Ros'er and Baum Deputy Manager of the Hy amt colluded _________.4ft4t.4l! fork.HK.
with Mrs. lies American Bankers Association In To bill.' : Bpent Sunday b-Nrtiool Ite and the same
charge of Us Protective Department. To hnl. due Apr. 30, 111 110 ._ .1I.IIII1.aO Is herehv calld to he held. at th.

sapp. Ozle and Floyd This department Is continually vigilant I Hv amt. tolliu-ted ... ______ ..1.03495To school house Hampton on the S4ttidnv
''..sdames liul. due Apr. HO 1930 7IO&.3uAsrlral of !May 1910 to dptermlnxwlnMliei1
ot Jacksonville/ were visit in promoting means both Wednesday of among bankers and the general public bHl iliio Apr. I, mo 91 \lfS Kersey t'olh"'l.,1 ._____ 24952To
amt. tlm 'Iut'"tlon to tie submitted
week to thwart the operation of bank tal (lu. Apr.' HO. 1JI30 _ 6K7.ll>) shsll he "For Ilunds"' ur

J. B. Rosier and crooks. It annually investigates Aldiiw-a Pvimlosi Kami.To "AlTRlnst bonds..
''. IInll Mrs. hundreds ot crimes against banks 1,1., due Apr, 1. 111:Hi 241 D1)To IT IH KUUTHtStl KRSOIVKt> that.
pent Sunday afternoon bill. due Apr. 30. 1930_ V87.1U th*>re be appointed' the. followlnir an
i Ill'f'n Edd Griffis.r. and Is responsible for the majority Out.tnnillnKTo 'manais: J. J. Hriinm-n, J. c. Ke..n..
!Mrs.
'J/I/, and ot arrests among this class of crim ',al. ilue Apr, I, I'.IJO\ 91477Hy ,und Ifc J. Wynu of said elm-Unit, anilJ
1111", (. Mrs. Edd Rodgers and un t. collected . .. 24<>.ft!) V JOIIVN. as clerk of sulilelection
Earl Finn of: inals. To l..tl. ilue Air. 30, 1930___ A87.19 .>
,Pn and Mrs. Huail A llrlditv, ...t. 'Nlnklttic. K.nHTo HRHOI.VF.II' '
<, "la a large majority of cases ot IT Ifl FITUT1IKR
Ga., were visiting Mrs CJ. lnll rrmmlmnl1rlllrn11lnlllmlll1lllnrnrmnnnl111\11f1! !\ l.Hl. ilue Apr. I. 11130 g.76n.77 AMI OKDKIIK1I: : that the foretroltiif -
tress, night. forgeries on checks or savings with Hy nmt. coll.Ttml. .____p14.020.23 resolutions be published
er SalP Saturday drawal orders Investigated by tho To bHl.. ,Ilue Apr' 311, 1(1.10( ..13.73&.41U. \ In the Hrndford County Telesrsph .-
Kersey and family W. ALJ3KUMAN.: Clerk.By .
and Mrs. u newspappr putillshed In
,I'. American Bankers Association, .
Blanche Aldermun. 1> C.
Mided church near Macclenn: stolen blank checks or savings pass ./lI"A"'" J6', :: :W-tI: :"for Yih Klorldii period I and of pub four

JII)' books were the forger's chief slock --- consecutive. weeks, he-clnnlnir on
Rosier and A. J. Tarbori cI ox.cvtf" :\I 01'1('.' the 2Glh duv nf Apr. 1930, there belnrc
E. In trade, Mr. Baum says. , no publlshcil. In said Hp.-
,,,,. ", ... newspaper
i, were visitors: to Starke Sat Banks should educate their deposI clal Tax Hchool Dlstrjct No. 2.u. .
In (he Unit Ml states nintrlrt ("nurl.Roulh..rn r>. MAT
J1 afternoon.ir I tors to exert the same degree of District of Florida. Inttankrupl. Chairman Tlonrd of lubllc Instruction

and Mrs. J. D. Peele and care in handling these Instruments ..". Case N... 4002.In nf Hrndford County, Florida.ATTKHT .
.. Hive. anil. Ton Cent8tonH.
lie: UoK re
,,liter and Allle Peele were vis and to avoid leaving them about unguarded Inu., A Florida Corp.: ofStarke : :

Mrs Hester Sapp Saturday as they exercise In respect i 4e ; Florida; In the County: ofItriutford. 'ffXjpHi'lntendent' A., J. OIUFFIS.Hoard. of Public fnHIruction -

I. to actual money because they represent I, Nullt... .Is ttankrupt.hereby irlven that the , and ex-ottlclo.of Hradfoid 8icretnrv County.of Florida said

money he declares. above iiniiitMl uankrtiiit who WUH nilludlrntrd Hoard. .-2ft-5t-ft-23
July U. 1929 has fllmlHpplivHtlon
Etery Woman Knows For dealng with the bank robbery \ on for dischargee .from all

Lay knows bow easy it te situation Mr. Baum recommends dents provable HKulnst said bankrupt IHOMOLVTIOM
woman .
: encopl surh as ar exceptrdby --
turn scald herself while working the use ot electrical alarms mid
such discharge
or Inw from .
At a special meetlnsT. of the Hnnnlnf
\\a homo. Every woman knows that actuated by any tamp.rIng with the that a hearing will be hail before nihllrItiHtructlon cif llradfonlCounty

!burns and scalds are painful and wires or mechanism and also wider thr Uiiltoil Mtates District JudKe of ..Florida which ..p..<.Inl mnelIns -
II Mild Court on June 10. 1930 < at 10o'cliicte .
slow to heoL Everj ; was held. pursuant to call of
climes very: adoption of the plan of state police A. M., I In the United (States .
which all members had personal notice
nAIl should know that the pain ola forces now employed in a few Court Hoom. Federal: lliilMlns;, on the 23rd day of April. 1930.
wfll be Klorldn I and all crvuHorn -
and scolds quickly rexL Jacksonville,
states, declaring that last year In In Interestai there bxlns; present at such nixetlns
Infection positively prevented and othor persons anilt It. D. May, A. II. Hurrency, and J T.
where state then
I II
healing assured if Liquid seven ealterllItales e hereby notified to Monre, members, .and A. J. (trim,
have
ieedy t hvrej show cmtMe If any they ,
Get police farces were alntalned there Hncretary. of said Hoard thn following
oine is instantly applied. aile why tha prayer of snld petitionerHhoulil
other proceedings werehad
it only 20 bank holdups as iie irranted. anions
of Liquid Borozone and keep were not to-wltt
nyourmedicinecubinet. Sold by against 164 similar attacks perpetrated to..I..I.I Jacksonville "Florida ..Apr.ao. Member Currency presented. .a resolution

"pharmacy.'lam against banks In five states I r'LOORJ - 130. MOIU1AN F. JONUH!: and upon motion of .Member
ova J T. Moore, seconded' by Member
in the central and far west where It. Itvleree til llaiiKrupltyOHIHtll .
i S."r..n..y." resolution was put before
.
completed* for construe banks are denied the advantages ot u luumiiuiujuiiiuiiujiuiuuiiuiiuH lUlU IIIIIIIUl/lijUUlIIIIIIUII.-/ -- the Hourd und all members. votInic -

i hydro-electric plant on Ock speedy and coordinated action THE DEVON HOUSE HleiTliving FOIt Pl'lll.lCATIOM' was Aye adopted and, snld none resolution Nay resolution belnirIn

in northeastern mar given br state-wide police forces. which has 10 foot, words and flsrures as follows I *
aha river C1IARACTKK While the exterior ot this house room a
KXCIMSH: -
STRONG WllliMIMAH.: nt a mvetlns of this
county according to announce "The records of the American -TIIK DKVON: shows the character ot the old 6 Inch ceiling, second: floor e'glitfoot. In Circuit Circuit, Court llradford TwentySixthJudicial County, Hoard held on the lard day of April.

it t made In Ocala by official* ol Bankers Association Protective Department -, Duncanhunter Arch. English-the plan is thoroughly HiatB, ot Florida.. In Chancery 19.10, there was presented a potIIIonslirned
reveal that for many ( By by more than 25 per cent of
Uaflle,
rlon Power Company. New York.) modern and suited to modern ways Exposure(,: : The plans as shown Thetma Complainant. the qualified electors who are free
years the odds In favor of state went. holders. resldlnirwithin the territory
south '
or
lot facing
have been at least The snap and vigor of the steep ot living. are for a vsK. known .and designated as Sperliil -
protection
police Vernoii Ijifll*,
itical Announcements roofed English house Is reflected/ The devon offers a substantial For a lot facing north or east the Defendant. I 1'n Hchaol District No. 2 ofllradford

8 to 1, he says. home for those plans should be reversed. It by ufllitavlt. appended County Florida I prnyfnsrthis '
In this house. The long sweeping and commodious nppvarliisr Hoard: to call{ an election to determine
Html* Attorneythe .....ot size House frontage{ 49 ft.; to the mil riled In tlin abovestalednause
voters' of the TwentySixthal : lines of the roof combined with who like something with character : that 10. Vernon LaPlle,, the whether. said school district

and minimum
on 10 feet lot frontage
announce my candidacy for thee elevation on each ot the four It schedules: ; inul hiH lesulance, Is unknown, and qulrlnir bulldlns;, enliirirlna:. furnlxhlnir -
of the No ot which Is 70 feet. defendant Is over the ,awe' ofiwvntyone or otherwise ImprovlnsTbullillriNrs
ot States Attorney there Is "back" to this Cellar-( plan that
sides
no or si'hool Krounds' nr for
Circuit olirlilft. PROGRESS It Is therefore ordered
.mtj-Slxth Judicial MODERN Construction: Frame with stucco I yearsi I :
the shown.) I oLIier exclusive use of puhllnfree
.. mibject to the Democratic house-the entrance front, that said. non-resident. defenutuit any
June 3rd, 1930I front and the two sides all Laundry, cold storage, heater : finish brick trim; root, slat; .Utt and he Is hereby sinfif>ls within said 8psclal TaxHchool
garden
: r.f, oug I have Ipo.ltlon windows to to the bill District to be uspil by thewhits
I your o foundation concrete; required appear
also and ooul children of snld District, and
It will spares.
before and am familial have good character. of complaint' filed In said I
> By JOHN G. LONSOALE Entrance vestibule steel casements In special arrangements before Mon Ibis' Hoard. 1 bavins; duly consideredsnld ,
li the duties pertaining thereto, be noted that thIs house has two First floor: muse for divorce on or
If nominated promise an etfl-. President American Bankers' closet and lavatory with Integral screens. day, the 2nd day. of June A. L>. .Iv.m.uinurwise I petition and the fncts wtsteiltherein
and economical ad chimneys, one serves the fire with coat the allegations of said bill I and hiivlns determined thatsnld
I ncriretle
, .t.lotallon! of the affair ot the of- Association places the other the heating boil living room, dining room pantry, ] Doors wood to special details. will be taken as confessed by saiddefendant. petition Is slyned bv more than
and will appreciate the support ot the world l greatest need houses had kitchen and a two car Motor room.A Interiors: : l In said Hpoclal Tux Hi-hool
...11 voters In said election. THE el'. The old English : It Is further ordered' that this order ;
A. 8. CREWS Is interpreters of our chimneys and the lack of paved terrace connects with the finish ; walla, plaster, lie published once u week for District No. 2. and that the, IssitannMof .

Starke, Fla times-modern Daniels In agriculture many living room. bath rooms, tile; Steam heat, gas four consecutive weeks In the Urad- bunds, as and prnypil for hrreln Isjnecesssry
adoption
these In. the American ford Cuunty Telwvraph a newspaper thaf 1hl..J.llltllr: ; ;
FOR REPRRSRIVTATIVB finance of thin style is sadly felt In many Second Floor: Three bed rooms and electric wiring. l published In said county unil therefore fullv 1 cnmplliis with .

announcing politics, I Indus The Irregular two baths ample closets and a Cublture: 44,650 cu. ft. state.Ihls. of
lake this method of of the modern houses. April 26th, 1830.U. ItlOHOI.VIOni! ny this Iloaiil
candldnry for representatlvim t r y-who of KngtUh, servant's room and bath. Complete working plan and W. AL.DKKMAN. Public Instruction In speclnl' nipetIns -
' Bradford county subject to ac- skyline thq . this the 21rd day, nf April.
on
oiirt.ny ;
through specifications of this house are (CIIIclal Heal' \.) Clvrk circuit <
i of the Democratic primary ol ,' can see house is one of its principal Third floor: Large storage space HUVNCIIH AI.DICUMAN, 111.10: that It Is expedient. snd for

)i 3rd. If elected I I pledge my'to f the fog and haze roof lines reached by ceiling stairway. available for a nominal num. Address Deputy Clerk. !the' hpst Interests of .. .lot\\' ;ctal
America our
work for the 'et Interests oleltlaoni I' charms-in Tax: Hchonl District' No. 2 Hrad-
enshroud editor and .
the Building "'I..rk. rm.HuliLliur
M. JOI1NK '
that seven !:
Cellar
of my county and ..tat< aro too often baa'd. set andstralcht. Ceiling heights: re-I lor C'umplulnitat.; ford County, Florida, that this Hoard
111)) times. Tour support will b our difficult unbroken and bald. feet: first floor, eight feet except fer to house 11-127. I (.2-61-5-20 un bphnlf of said. District d.. lsstieunit >

breclated.I N. D. WAINWRIOHT, problems .. - I srll bonds In the amount nf I7-
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on (Ol"VTV COMMI!C! IONKIlIwrcby and advise. Instruct A favorable report on the development oiii>t-u FOII 11 ..I.U..I..'" suld petition ;abVive rrferred to.HH .
temperatures.
and Influence IlKI'niRll.\TIOX: ; WORK IT FHHTIIKU: IU4HONVKDthnt
announce myself as a canlate "11. Completion of studies, on of Miami harbor with said. bonds. shall be In the denomination
for re-election to the board olNity those who \VIIX UK HTARTKII; IiV In Circuit.. (Court Twenly-HUth Ju-
that bonits
I control machinery nf |t,00000,
flood
Commissioners for District are either Indlfferent K.\riRiMi. STATION: effect of temperature and humidity extensive d"'h.1 circuit III..U..I. fouuty shall:: bear date of July'I 1, 1930, with
liber. Two Bradford county, sub- limited on boll weevil hibernation." and development of the Florida Htute of Kloililu. In Clinniery.null InliTOMl thsreon at ths rate of t 1-2

It I In the Democrat Primary olIrd or Investtgatortfrom cross-state canal project has been 'I illiiMHlu per cent per' annum payable. on the
1930 and solicit your sup- in their preceptonj In addition to Complainant 1st day of July and the 1st day ofJunuury
t.. the horticultural department recommended by army engineer vsClaud of ench year, and suchlionds
have nerved In this capacity for >- John G. Lonsdale Refrigeration studies, badly of the Experiment Station,, at Wa hlngton. The Florida project UUissIpDefendant.. to .lipcome due and payable MS
Through the 1 .
Tal a
years, given the people I follows:
', himeHt and economical service,, thinker and the interpreter unknown needed are to be understood In graduate students In the College Is on a list ot forty-one other It nppMiiruiMT' iy nffldiivlt append. One Thousand Dollars nn July I.ID .

I promise. If elected, to continue disclosed or Florida Experiment will be used In major developments planned by ed to the bill flltHl In the aboveHtttttttl :in. and one thousand. dollars rut
situations are the nnar future by the ot Agriculture cause that, t'laud Jloaslp.. thsilrtfMHlitnt .
lame conservative and economlervlre the house July I of ench of tha years 19X to>>

I I have heretofore ren- puzzling conditions explained In Station. The State running the testa.TItAIN the president and committee therein. numd Is a nonresident 1941 Inclusive.
.-i. to develop waterway traffic of the Hlale, of Florida' and and Interest of said.
and
will appreciate your supJ. logical light. The Amercan people Board ot Control, at Its April resilience Is unknown und The principal
t. alleviate Liiai nis bnnds shall be. payable at the office)
and to
constituted that they can for the In the country that lie Is over the as-e of twenty- ..
0. CREWS. are so meeting, approved plans HCIIKOL'LK of the Chase National Hunk In fhCllv
meet and combat any situation once erection of a series ot refrigeration unemployment. The total cost for one years Maid non-resident) It Is therefore defendant orderedthat be of New York. Btate of New

ton cor\TY: CO"nll"IO ER It.ls known and understood. It Is the rooms on the grounds of th. Experiment Our schedule changes 12:01: a. all projects will be about $100,- and he Is hereby required, 1 to appear York.HH I. IT KITItTIIKft' IlKNOr.VKI:
1 hereby announce myself a candl- thief 000000. to the hill of complaint fll"d In snldcause
unknown that comes like the Oalnesvllle to that nn election be and the same .Is
'e for re-election as county com"loner I Station at m.. Sunday April 20th and trains for divorce on or before Monday hereby called tobe held. at the schoolhouse.

district three. If re-elect- la the night and brings disaster. cost around $I SOOO. will run as follows: the 2nd day of June, A. D. IIMO.uthrrwlse said':, Hampton Fin., on the 24th .
I will continue to Blve the people. Some one has defined prosperity were drawn : .. lI'rATflME1\i'r the allrsratloiis. of day of May, 10.10: to determine1whether
rooms due CLKIIK'aCOUNTY
Plans for the southbound confessed
Bradford county a faithful and business men create I Local No.1. : PUNO9BI bill will he takrn as by suld bon,1s shall be. Issuedas
Mint performance of the dutlea'he ; as somehtlng the by Dr. A. F. Camp horticulturist Starke. 11:11: p. m. saltl defendant.It herein described and that at such

' office, working- always for the. for tbe politicians to take credit '"of the Experiment Station In consultation southbound due *>nthf! financial. praivment ofnr..It..t la further ordered. that week this.. order forfour il tctlon\ the fiuestlon to be suhmlttod -
11 .
No. e a
l Local .be published on*
Interests Hands"
| of the entire county for. :But America's present-day county for the month of the Itrud- shall be "For nc"Against
. with refrigeration ex consecutive, weeks In "
UVNDERHILU Honds.
[ be defined as a prod Starke. 11:13: a. m. April, 1930. ford County Tel'"ara|>h, a newspaper "
prosperity can Dr. Camp ban the following 107 southbound 0..1. Ferns'Hal. and IT IH FUlirilKH KKHOt.VKP: that
the busInessmall'l perts. Limited No. _____ published In said County the folluwlniras '
1.37220 there appointed
' tOl'.NTY: COMMISSIONER! and to Inter I to say about some ot the lines due Starke. 10:45: a. m. receipts. dtirlnir month Z.N4H.4I late.This. munasTprsi. .1. I. llrannen. J. C.
b'reby announce myself a candl- ability to study 'work to be Investigated: 191 southbound due Warrants durlna; month ._._ 1.5IK47 I ; April 2IUh AI.DKHMAN.1030 Keens, and l.. J. Vynn nf said .Ie.! ._
for re-election as county com' pret. Huge corporations maintain problems Limited ...1. Aljiy I. ID.IU: __________2.705.27 (I. W. Court.Hy tlon uinl J. V, Jones, as clerk
" ner. district five comprising staffs and special bureaus "Some of the following Starke, 10:36: p. m. Fine .. Clerk ALDUItMAN.circuit: of said election.IT .
Y)*<*r and New River. If re-elect- research might be mentioned as typical Northbound: April I. lU30 __ 1,32421! UL.ANC1II-J! Clerk IS FI'ltTHKIl HRBOI.VEn: ANI
''Promise a continuance of faithnd to Interpret the times for them. the horticultural Locals I'-r.lptK during. month _t.007.0!) 'Htarkv.'Deputy: :: Oltl>KltKl> that the forPsTolns resolutions
> elHclent performance of the Disaster looms la the offlng for any of those now facing No. 2. due Starke, 6:43 a. m. Warrants durlns; month 8ft.I.us C. IIf. JOII.Vft Fla. he published In the Hr ml ford

!'t of the ofHce and will work blithely on Its industries ot Florida No. 12, due Starke, 3:05: p. m. lIal. May 1, IUJD -1,4711.42 Solicitor for Complainant' 5-2-61-5-30.\ f'ounty Trl-irrrsph III newspaper pulllshnl "-.
that goes In Hradfonl, County, Florida,
best! Interests of the county. industry Ho.4 r.a.
101hr.. 03TEEN. day after day without due regard along the lines of refrigeration: Limited No. 108 due Starke, Bal. April 1. 1D30 ___ 231.25 and p..lIlI..all"n be for the period nf
way of oranges, .. month 'four rcmsecutlve weeks, hrarlnnlns' ;
trends in trade 1. Freezing points 5:63 m.Starke ll celpts durlns.; OTItf. OK KlAt .1'10"
significant : p. !
to
Warrants duringmonth _ on the 26th day nf April. 1910.! therebelnic
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rOR COVNTY and other citrus fruits. Wan nee Branch: I --- -
COMMI8SIOSKHkerehy and bualne a. grapefruit and Hal. May. I. 1910 .-'n 2.2iPsibllrltr no fii wspitp M publish***! Insulil
., announce myself a candl- Up With Change "2. The effect of temperature No. 101 leaves Starke 7 a. m.. No. Feme1 A special meetlnsT of the Hoard : Mppclal Tax Hi hool District No.r. .
Keeping
for 27*.12Hvtelpts of f'ublln Instruction of llradford I.
re-election as county comwliinor the holding of Hill April t. 111U -
_ from District No. 4, HampThere.Ba leaders ot finance have discovered and humility upon 102 arrives 2:40: p. m. dally except lurln month 2.2(1WarrHntM County, Flarl'la, which special meetIIIK H. MAT.

n, and and It that they cannot remain passve grapefruit and tangerines. I Sunday. durtnir month _,- 1\0.00 was. held I. pursuant to ....1of Chairman Hoard. *tif Public Instruction
"tocled will tIhr&I lve th the rest of effect of various types Griffin agent. Hal, Max 1. IUO 230.42OaletniKllBSJ which all memhttrs. had personal. no of Hradfonl County, FlorIda. -
when all 3. The 1 T. J. ,
'""IT the best service I am capable In an age 1 Fsuselrial. tlce, on the lard day of April, 1(30. .
""licit your support at the the world is in a transitional stage. of rappers and surface treatments April 1. 130 __ 381. aItecelpta there belnsr. .. present' at surh meet- 011'\.)

;gnr June 2rd. O. W. HINSON banker not only must on the holding quality of nun Mhedulra durlns month __ 258.34Ws.rr.ants Ins; II. D. May, A. H. ftnrreney and ATTKHT-
Illu
The modern durlnw month J. T. Moore, members, and A* J. A. J. ca HtlFFIHKuperlnlendent
'OR know about the changing styles in citrus fruits at various tempera Southbound-9:37: a. m.. 11:37: Uul. Mar 1. 1V roi'tJTV COMMISSIONERuke but shove 6:37 1140 :- wa....... r..a.. following; amone other proceedings, of Hradfonl County, Florida
this method of announcing other lines ot business, tures. a. m., 4:07: p. m., : p. m., April 1, 130 ... 491.3* were had to-wltt and -oltlclo.. saidHoard.
Mndldacy' for County Com mill' alt must be alert to the transf tattoos "4. The length of time necessary p. m. Itecalptii durlns; month 283.7( Member Hurrency presented a resnlntton fot..cr"14"'lo6t -

: oUnly.' and Numb..r will. On.appreclal."Ie Brad.. which are taking place In blown. to chill citrus fruit In pre- Northbound-4:50 a. m., 8:63a : Warrants durlns month __ 7.00l and upon motion: of Member
" olle ..nd .upport. proml"ln" If He must be a man ot keener, cooling; under various conditions m.. 1:53: p. m., 4.23 p. m., 8:23: AmrlrmUmrmt Fmm* was put before the nllar.fan.1 OF

..Iv. the dutle. ot th.. of. vision, because the order temperature, wrappers, boxing, rial. April 1, lIao 8/1. 42Iterslpte all members vntlnjr Aye and days after date hereof on iswltt -
alr prUI consideration, and will broader units of of p. m. durlnir month ._- 243.7ft I none Nay., resolution. wns, adopted. the 20th day of May. A. O. lnl
times work for the best Inter- ot the day Is for larger etc. Tickets and information at Warrants durlns; month 12ft.OHHal. said. resolution. betns In. words and I will present my vouchers and flna>
> Bradford County as a who I.. service. Mergers and consollda "5. Factors Influencing/ pitting Sjnlth's Service Station next to 1 May I. l 11131/ 119.17isjiMlds riK'irew us follows] account to ths Honorable lleo. A
___ J. M. ROSIER.: place In great ( ; 1'... I At a meeting. of this llurdlner, County Judsjs of Hradfortuountr
tlons have taken of grapefruit .under cold storage courthouse. BaL April 1, 130 . ...._ .miKciptn Ik..r.I'i;.,,, on the 23rd dsy. of April Florida, as administrator ef
" "EH SCHOOL BOARD. DIST. 2 numbers. We now talk ot billionswbera condftlons. durlns month _ 2ftl.7" ,1930. there was presented. a petition. the eatats of J. ::1'. Anders, deceased.ind .

Mreby announce my candidacy a few years ago we talked of various methods Warrants durlns month __ ..1,00400Hal. slsned by more than 2ft lIf.irtt ofIhe ask for their approval and isyllscharrre
' 8. The effect .. 1930 170.14 I electors,
qualified
election as a member of the May 1. as such administrator.This .
*II>l board from District I, and of millloni. of extracting and freezing on Backache I heisby certify that the foresruinifstatement in the> territory known snd duelsnsted ..;- 21st day of March. A D. lUI.
''II changes. showing? balances at the ripeclal, Tax ?tchoo| nistrlctVi
of began our as
tontlnue
It o" to nlve the duties We have only the quality of orange" Juice. b.slnnlnc of srd at the endlnar of >. 2. of Hrailford County, Florida, 1C J. UAVI .
It Ice my very beat attention for If. What disposition is to be made of "6. The effect of various types If functional Bladder Irritation the moi.th herein above stated and >rsylnir; this llonril to pall. on election Administrator, estate of J. SS. Andr. -
.
see fit to return me bring ami warrants Issued said deceased.lMM51
they wwhether
that or causes of the receipts to determine
II'd' tprm. taut support Is soUr the many problems of containers on the holding quality disturbs your sleep, during. said month corresponds with .ichool district shall Issue bonds Inhe *

will -. appreclatedH. will/ depend In large measure upon of frozen orange juice Burning or itchlng: Sensation, the rords of my ofllce. and Is true : sum of 11,000.00 for the pur

our leaden,-upon the students and freezing of Backache. Leg Pains, or muscular and correct to the heet of my knnwledae pose of acquiring;, hulldlnic.. enlars- NO-TICK OF "'- A.. l>IN<'U"IUUG
the thai
8. Studies on belief. I also certify
read accurately ; and , furnishing or otherwise Improvnif -
FOR CHOOIi BOARD tha Interpreters who can and orange pulp to determine aches, making yon feel 1 tired, da- th t following Is a list of all county I np bulldlnirs;: or school (rounds, or Sixty days after date hereof on tenIt
I signs of the times so grapefruit ahowinsr the balance Inpach : The 20th day of May. un. I wtllresent
not depositories
nereby candlj'lr the and discouraged why For other exclusive use of putt-
various any
announce myself a of pressed
vouchers and final
actons the affects at the close of the month horelnfirst > my aelount >
) future schools within said HpsclnlTax
board lie free
IlIrt; member of the school that wa nay base the keep- try the Cystex: 48 Hour TelUDon' and the amount nf w- le the Honorable Cleo. A. Qarllner -
'I handling on 'hool to tie used by
No. 3. if ..-e lected I prom"ntlnued wisdom. The methods of IttJr. K< District
their by e.ch such depository county Judas of Dradfur!
and hopes upon Get Cystex toda,. of said district,
chlldron
!',: faithful discharge tha top i Is inso Ing quality and also the suitability & give up. and the amount of Interes* the whit. eonsldtred ..tounty, Florida.. as. administrator e f
duties to Hoard duly -
havlns
to ind this
.. of the office. If our supid -- quickest way go and let of various types of containers. Put It to tha test. See for yourself Cal or credited durlnsr said month said petition and the facts matMi he ssate of II. It. ftnyder, d.c..
.IIc1led will be appreA
and things,
"' to the bo tom ot it works and each said depositary on accountof and havlnsr' determined and ask. for their approval mint myllscharire
; B. SURRENCY.I be the keeping qualities how qvlokly balances time d therein
ttrt among them will 9. Stud Ie. on current dally or hat said petition Is sinned by more. as surh administrator..
If It
hop
us determination what It does. Money back oeltrt.WUnss. This 21st of March A. IX.JJO.
who will not only aspire of avocados and the tat day ofClerk than 2& per "cent of the qualifiedultfctnrs day .
this
F."B many band
: CHOOt. BO'KD found ba sue- for various doesn't bring quick Improvement, my who" are freeholders ri Hldnr .
: nnounc. myself a canJ to leadershp but will of the critical point Try Ma,. uao. ..U.J'ERMAS' j In 'said Hf rtn\\ Tax Mchoof DieIrlct A. 8 CUfSWS.!
/ re-election as a membertil cesstul la reaching their ,oaL strain and varieties. and satisfy you completely. a of w.the Circuit Court t No. 2. and that the Issuance of Administrator, estate ot II. M. 8ayder. -

:chool board. Starke and Studies on the ripening otcreen Cystex today Only 60e at Cor.panlDC's Bradford county. bonds as prayed for therein Is n.cis ,- deceased.I21MII .
10.
.I": ""strlcta...hln.and the If best rselectedSi"1 ...rylc.8ra4t picked tomitoes at various I Drug Store. Blanche Alderman. I). C. I .ary, and thai said petition fully *

I am capable to the schools'ora
county. J. T. MOORE



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it ; r' F" PAG..11.IGTIT: JlRADPOftD COUNT TELEGB.&PH STAItKE FLOnm FRIDAY, I.\r 9,1 1
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?- -?-? - Both were self-starters. beauty that abound In Oulnoy. I
y Bradford County Telegraph I They ran Into each other by ac- shall prove to this fellow that It was a windy day, even for
'I j From Other r. n I cdent.: Quincy is eqn:=''ly blessed with Chicago.:: The editor of the Chi- RAILROADSTATE coilsn hlnh
I Established 1877 Rash and Eczema comfort-I 1-niiSS oq
,' And both stepped on It. beautiful ladies and every other cago jA

i .. -. .- - .. ..- .. -" They broke the speed limit to attraction that should attract the ably scrooched up 'n his, swivel
I Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class ('f coil'" "tnTH'er; put the he altar.' regular he-man newspaper editorto hair in the sanctum suncortum.
," In r"h! am( -Times-Union, They garaged In a kitchenette the press convention. admitted as much as be listenedto Eugene S. Mangy"
Matter at the Post Office at Starke Florida of sleet to succeed hlmsHi, tnC'
Who put the "h'''"'" apartment. Among said attractions, and not the recurrent volleys *,
They called it home but really it speaking from any personal against the rattling window panes. of the state rallru, i '
,a E. S. Matthews _________ __________ Owner and PublisherJ. ---oA --- 'mlDl
< < ti Starke nnav, < )lie figured wan only a parking$ place. knowledge of this particular matter Now and then reports drifted In was calling on the \ i ,k ,.,

C. Robinson _____ _____ ___ ._______ __ Managing Editor and worked 1 If a mule for two They thought they had more to we are told that the supplyof over the telephone. A garage cy Monday. Mr a.,nhet,,
-...... ... -,.--- .. .. .... .. weeks on his Income tax, and 'lay to each other than they could forbidden Juices In West Flor- blown down. A ramshackle served In this posit", ;10', Ib J
SUBSCRIPTION RATE 'ound that he did not have to pay both say In'a lifetime. ida Is of higher! quality and of building razed by the storm. A six; years. "Assuran ..- ote6:
any. Maybe the satisfaction madep But they soon ran out of gas. much greater abundance than In mass of driftwood strewed by the from the many par ,? (the
R Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance for the labor.-Times-Union. They coasted for a while but the most cities, while the fame of angry lake over the outer drive. I have visited are nn.i' ears(,,
Advertising Rates on Application -- --0--- old boat couldn't swim up the hill. Quincy as the cigar wrapper pro- Dut nothing serious. The weather Ing," said Mr. Mat II, K> ,

.. ,.. Ilalford seems to have started The Inevitable smashup quickly duction center causes one to expect bureau statistics came in, and the making a state-wide, nmpa?|,
j -- -- -- a little war all her own a..orll' followed. naturally to find here the editor shook his head. Quincy Times.

: : Check up on your poll tax payment. This is as necessary I o news dispatches. Well, they Each began to sigh for a new better tastes for fine cigars, as He strode abruptly into the out 0-

as registration. are handy to the penitentiary'vhere model. Now they agree that romance well as other niceties of civiliza- er office.. > Hon. E. S. Matthews t II ,
several of the participants was a tllvver.But tion. "Cut that storm story to half a generally endorsed by the
o I belong.-Perry News. all the same, both are on i Florida editors will bask In the column, Gleason." he barked. paper fraternity In his ,t
C ''" i r If the census taker failed to get you, now is the time to --o- the used market. Alabama: sunshine of the smiles of beautiful "Nuthln' to it.. Weather bureau election for rallroaa "c-o racer m 1111

be heard from. The sun Is shining-folks are Times. I ladles, will thrill to the sunshine says it's only a sixty-mile gale." er. Mr. Matthews Is strictly
1mll1ng-blrds are' singing-bar- --eWe I that emanates from bottled sun He returned to his desk. The made man, having started I
1 t o rios are ripening-and we eat once hereby announce our candI- light (NOT cod liver 011)), and will telephone buzzed again. life to work In a ea
4 i:, ; "t Delray Beach News refers to afternoon bridge parties as more;Starke Telegraph. And dacy for the office of Fog Inspector scatter the cobwebs from editorial "Eh? What's that?" lie splut- and there he received printing" ni8

' the women's secret societies. norhaps late we drink, eh? T- for this districts/ Will appre- brains by swaying to the strains of tered into the transmitter. ing. Ambitious, energetic s

t New Port RIchey Press. ciate your vote and support. Es- sweet music-at the press conven- "What's that you say?" mined he overcame .,ill obit,
0i
-0- pecially your support. We will tion in Quincy, May 18 and 17. A second later he slammed the and In later years became
i ; L v. An exchange says a taxpayer's dollar should buy a dol It must be an awful strata: to have no paid workers nor will we Even the cynic who thinks a receiver on the hook and leaped In Florida newspaper dl'l; n(<]I,
have any political! fund for distribution. photograph will lie cannot afford I again for the outer office."Hold .
a lar's worth of state government all some people honey.-P, K. legislative halls and in bat,
r A., In Times-Union. And when I If elected 'we'promise to to mIss this event.-Quincy Times. everything Gleason!!' he As railroad commissioner I Ii,
o tome people think they are getting give to every young married couplea The Quincy editor has started roared. "Shove everything off the also "made good." As Ibl':

Strawberry production this season was lighter than last honey they are only getting stung. rocking chalr'and to every baby something-a general movement front page. There's a hurricane is appreciated by the voter

'; F"C'" :C' year, this condition prevailing in every berry growing state. -New Port--Rlchey 0-Press. bottle.born within One the rocking district a chair feeding l la westward--to-Quincy 0--; gale.headln'" for Florida. A sixty-mile confidently election predict In the Ills June,averting prl'

D enough, and enough is plenty.
From the recent unpleasantnessup inexcusable:: Practice -Palatka Times-Herald,
So far the Leesblirg Commercial's prediction that longer near Raiford we conclude that Young folks are used to sitting in Our main drag looks a little --- 0--
1 Gainesville Sun the next
the mountains of Kentucky and one chair before marriage, so why hopes deserted right now without the
the
skirts would multitude of shins has not material] Among political anm,
soon cover a the extra ? Next whenwe session of the legislature will refuse "
Tennessee are not the only places expense year tent show that was the center of ments for state offices
i r ized. which have family feuds, and are run for the same office wo will to create additional new coun- atractlon all last week. that of Eugene S. Jlatthe we

I? : ____________o ___________ led to believe that not all the give another rocking chair to all ties. A constructive step and one The big top was well patronized Starke, candidate for re-eb'
newly weds and an extra one to the that would please taxpayers wouldbe
would-be killers of Florida are behind during its stay here-and that as railroad
Tallahassee News tells of born before commissioner
,a negro baby, just ones married the year before. They consolidation of some of the
the bars at the state prison should prove something or other Matthews has
J ; i the arrival of the census taker, being named "Census Tooken" farm.-Bronson Journal. will have' been married long smaller counties and get rid of about the talkies. pable and efficient proven railroad himself
enough by that time to want two some surplus county officials.
'
; ; by the parents. --o- Bradford missIoner, and we bespeak t d"
L Starke Telegraph, in comment- chairs pa will be just too derned County Telegraph. Sooner or later the movie folks the support of the voters I
o tired to hold Please send all The sole purpose of the crea-
) Ing on our lament "For more ma. are going to learn that audienceswill community on account of
th'
Next Sunday is Mother's Day. Some will wear the red, husbands, hugs and hospitals" contributions to our campaign tion of new counties Is for the sit and watch chorus girls attitude he took against th<

1 ; others the white flower for the living or in memory of the says-"Sophie, how many hus- fund prepaid-I "Pine' Knots" In benefit of county officials and the 'prancing up and down stair steps board Air Line Railway CoIn

dead-a tribute of love. bands do you want?" You win Perry: Herald.1. political professional power politlcans and prestige seeking of I just so long and then they're goingto the matter of building t
brother-no more than we' were .mooA -- run out in the street and start depot at Dade City In thai
0 likely to get-since. we didn't' get ))rc Am of. Mother control ,of county affairs. pushing old ladles off the side- Commissioners Matthews,

1 ,, Sidney J. Catts has thrown his hat into the ring for congressman one answer.-High Springs' Tele- Last njlJ t"f}, d'a dream of home and Other political than the desire there for exists office walk. and Eaton made a winning
power no
And loved ones gathered there!
11 from the third district against Tom Yon gram. valid for the creation for us in the courts, as a
Yon. excuse of additional
It seemed to:be a summer's day -
-o- In writing of his early days, of which we have the p
t(;t a i won't have time to yawn.r When the foundation Is remov- When all was' bright and fair, counties. The practice is when he used to help his fatherIn handsome depot, and we Ii I*
oyp ed, the structure tumbles. Gang And In the old 'arm rocker sat just an inexcusable as proposals the drug store, Rudy Vallee that the voters should show
t warfare, disrespect for law and or- My gray,haired mother dear, for the division of Florida into says: approval and appreciation
yp i ,;, Brevard county candidate for commissioner changes the der, the multiplicity of laws and With loving smile upon her face three or four separate and distinct -; I enjoyed making the syrups porting theso commission by

'f }, 9 n, usual order of things, running an adv to invite others to come the lack of enforcement Is fast And love-lit eyes so clear. For states.instance and usually gorged myself on themas they come up for re-elect!
there is absolute
into the race against him. He must know he's good. knocking the foundation from un- I drew them from the large bot- Dade City Banner.SCHOOL .
ly no justification for the existence
\., der our government. We had I[ dreamt I lay me down to sleep tles In which' they came-I was --o-
1 ( o In room of boyhood days, of Ollchrl t. Martin, Gulf, ,
best stop and consider where we particularly fond of chocolate syrup HOARD 1'ROl'EE1Board ;/
Brown, Gainesville Sun editor, was injured in an automobile are and apply the remedy be- While mother came to tuck me in, small Hendry counties, Highlands and other and usually became sick from
fore It Is too late.-Jasper News.o In her gentle, quiet way, except to gratify overindulgence.Ahht met in called session
L;,+ l; accident last week. It will be a calamity if he has to miss And. as she turned the light down the: ambitions and enrich the pock- 23, with all members
presen
k p the state press meet in Quincy for his services will be needed Congressman R. A. Green has low, ets of the political parasites: at the I at last-a scentlf.'c!' .explanation meeting was called for the I

,'t1. there. entered Into the national rivers Stooping to kiss her boy, expense of the tax payers. of that soft, sweet cr on. pose of receiving petition
t and harbors bill a bill which calls! her[ loving hand caressed my face, Having witnessed a number of Hampton District signed by

'c f rt', 0 for the survey of a cross-state wa- Thrilling, with old-time joy. county divisions fights In the legis-, On second thought, maybe it than 25 per cent of the qu
lature we can attest to the rotten-
,' terway route to be located in would have been better not to have voters calling for an election
f' parlyzed North Florida. Mr. Green Is always We drift'' ''away from homes of ness of the whole sordid busIness. printed the above formula. It termine whether or not tha'
sipping punch. Likely the husbands took advantage I
While the
ybutK next legislature will
{ c ) on the job putting up some- will be pretty hard to get any ser trlct should bond tor lmp|
J of the safe opportunity to tell them what they thought thing which will benefit his district 'Mid scene's of beauty rare, not create any new counties the vice from the local soda-jerkers ments to their present build,

,& of bridge playing and spiked punch. -' of the Sunshine State The years speed on, our hair turns chances there will are extremely be remote that now-they'll all be standing in the The board passed the fell Bronson Journal. KrayChange ever any consolidations moonlight gargling chocolate syrup resolution and also called an
4 '
: 0 -0-- takes place everywhere; : tlon to be held on May Pith
That little village of Genoa in Hamilton county is getting Florida State Republican has And In the turmoil and the strife But It 'ougnt to DO aone and It The matter of employm'

f more publicity than in all its past for the simple reason it'' solved the puzzling question why Though wealth we may not win, could be done if it were possibleto The Old Songs teachers was discussed all I
1 # L Al Capone Is coming to Florida Wo lie on pillows of our choice secure direct and intelligent and the board was tinanlmi*
'w: C was able to report exactly the same number of inhabitants inJ' regardless of Carlton's orders. The While mother tucKs us In. action from the mass of people InlayIng Perhaps there's .moss upon my the movement for the placl
1930 it did in 1920. Such is George W. down a mandate to the
as fame. bankrupt democrats of Dade county Hopkins.In leg- back home teachers in all the i
>1>, n are depending upon him to pay St. Petersburg Independent.o Islature. And moth holes In my lid, they were qualified to (fill.I .
their poll taxes so they can make I - --- Each county division doubles But somehow songs don't sound I Few bills were presented)
k' 1 Four months after a fellow has paid his personal taxes, that county safe for democracy Ikflnlrlon of a Friend the cost of government. It It were the same paid at this meeting as they

::1' 4, the supreme court rules that the tax on automobiles may be Bradford County Telegraph. HowIn What is a friend I will tell possible to effect consolidations reducing As when I was a kid. to reach the office In time (foment

paid separately. The guy who has had to walk for four months the world did you ever guess you: It Is a 'person with whom you the number' of counties one Perhaps It's me and not the tunes, at the regular meetingNo
that, Mr. Robinson..-Miami State dare to be .yourself. Your soul half the cost of government couldbe But still I cannot bring further business the
i will appreciate this, decision more than the ones who had to Republican. can go naked with him. He seems reduced one half. Myself to dust the organ off adjourned to meet the first'

' pay. i.--i o- to askof," you 'to put on nothing, The tremendous.: possibilities of And play, "You've. Got That day In May .
r,oS i 0 Oreen Cove Springs Times says only Lobe what you are. lie does' reducing governmental costs Thing." A. J. Grime, &,
"
there will be' an Increased acre- not want >!pC} 'J be better or therefore, Is apparent from county --.--r
1./;/ rt" t' Officers made a good start a few days ago in nipping the age in strawberries in Clay county worse.WJityn= ,HIYOUI, ;are, with him consolidation. As, a matter of Arcadia South Florida Funeral Key West American

";' growing boldness of the criminal element of the county and next year. That's the proper you feel .a's'a prfao'ner'' feels who fact the number of counties Home, Inc., with capital phone and Telegraph Compan.
rat. spirIt to show In the face of a poor has been declared Innocent. You could still further be decreased to stock of $18,000 recently'Incor- paired telephone system In <
, It. if the'grand jury recommendations are carried out, the hang- season. Starke Telegraph.. A do'not have1, to be on your guard. the profit of thetax payers. Besides porated. town section, damaged by nMother's

::' outs of the gang will be closed, the members placed stripes. real winner Is always a good loser You can say what you think express the immense saving fewer

,ll': f. or scattered and we'll have a better county. ''It this season has not proven to what you feel. He Is shock counties undoubtedly would give
v: L" '., y be one of the best there is no reas- ed at nothing, offended at nothingso the people more efficiency In their i
; 'If/' 4Nt 0 son In the world to believe all long as It Is genuinely you. He state and county government.But .

; i Lawlessness would be curbed quicker if we had laws for those to come after it will not be understands those contradictionsIn as Tong as the people leave
'better Green Cove nature that lead others to their business to the professional
1 Springs your
P.t putting the guilty behind the bars instead of providing technicalities -
Time! misjudge you. With him you politician their affairs are going to
: "41:, {, for'keeping them out of jail. The public cannot be -oCommenting -- breathe tree.. You can avow your suffer from maladministration. rr _

;(; blamed for forming the opinion that the courts have turned on a complaint by little vanities and envies and hates South Jacksonville Herald.around .
M' .1 Avery Powell of the Jax Tlmea- and vicious sparks, J
your meanness -o-- o
t from the protection of society to the protection of criminals and
absurdities
UnIon that automobiles are poor and in opening
';f t'' ;? with money and for ,taking matters in their own hands at exercisers. J, C. Robinson of the them up to him they are lost, dissolved ,
on
','ft times. True, courts can only carry out the law, but theI Bradford County Telegraph digs In the white ocean of his
i, ; Into 'personal experiences and loyalty. He understands. You do town:]
r courts and legahfraternity owe something to the great mass
' !4" suggests trying to change a tire not have'tb., be careful. You can t
:. l of law-abiding citizens and should take steps to have our legislative or extracting the family boat froma abuse neglect him, berate I 1

'1'1 ; ', } bodies simplify and quicken court procedure to where mud hole. For light exercise him. Ilea 'Ir' "all. ,' you can keep II I Salt, If we ever get a break, It'll 2 w r
: will merely running out of gas on a still', wits) him'. U makes no mat I be our collar bone-the very next
t. justice at least have chance '
\ a woods road several miles from a tea 'lie likes)011. ne' Is like tire, I month after we entered a three-
o tiling station Is not bad.-Ar- that purifies' all'' you do. He la : year subscription to Cosmopolitanat
cadia Arcadian. like''''water. that cleanses all you the old price word comes thatIt
Lake in
county representative writing on tax relief matters -
-0 say. He ill-Uke wine, that warms will hence-forth peddle for 25c.
a puts out some interesting figures as a result of studying The Bradford County Telegraph you to the bone. lIe understands, -

: fi the matter. He shows that if we eliminated the entire state suggests elimination of the pray he understands) he understands. ', Several magazines have recently -
tt officer commission I lce: .of free use of malls by departments : You can weep with him, laugh lowered prices. Now If book .qj
government, every drawing a salary or
p and congress as a probable -,with him, sin with him pray with I publishers would only follow their
? : from the governor down, leaving only the educational system, solution of the postal deficit. him. Through and underneath It example and come down a dollaror

pensions to veterans, the state prison and insane asylum the Surely you do not expect members all he sees, knows and loves-you. two maybe we could all keep up Day-

{ ., +i saving would be less than 5 cents on each dollar in taxes. of congress and governmental departments A friend, I repeat, la one with with the latest fiction and eat at
1 personally to pay the whom you dare to be yourself.Dr. .- the same time.Speaking .
i" These four items take over 05 cents of each dollar paid to the postage. It the practice of free Frank Crane. . Mother's

y state i in taxes. Going further' he proves that if the judicial use of the malls was eliminated ----- O----- of magazines-what- SavingsWhat

'circuits of the state were cut from twenty-nine to twenty, congress would be called upon for .\ (ynlral EditorLeeeburgCommerclal: ever became of "La Vie Parislen-
appropriations to pay the bill. So ,, editor nee" we used to see on the news better gift to your mother than a Savings!
the taxpayers would be relieved of just one-sixth of one mill what's the difference? South says he In going to be in Quincy stands? After studying French for Account, in her name, at this bank ? Probably

on their tax bill. Some food for thought. Jacksonville Herald. May 18-17 ,for the state press two years in order to be* able to mother has
-o----- meeting because he doesn't believe read what was under the "oo-la- always wanted to have a Savings Ac
+ o The Thomasvllle TImesEnterprise Quincy baa the fifteen beauties 11\" pictures, we haven't been able count-all her own. Now is 'a most opportunetime

There is an opportunity for some legislator to accomplisha very aptly says that newspa- shown In';,;$weger's paper last to lay hands on a copy since. It's for you to take that step for her-then she

worth-while act for established business houses 'of the state, per men do not expect appreciation week. Suppose' you start a beauty all very disheartening.News can regularly deposit her
,.contest' :..-. Bradford savings with a feelingof
but County
they do not resent the .
and it can be illustrated by what recently happened in Starke.
lack of It. In commenting on this Telegraph. ,' papers all over the coun- safety.
r i One o? the usual type of "bargain" stores, after operating The Augusta Herald says: "News The "fifteen beauties' referredto try evidently believe that anything

a, through the best part of the money season, moves the stock paper men soon learn not expect by the ,Leesburg Commercial happening In Florida Is "good 4 PER CENT INTERESTLet
appreciation. Even the cub reporter editor are members. the Service ,copy."
out under cover of darkness, possibly to evade payment of
probably would die of heart Circle of the King's: Daughters :. A shooting scrape, that rated Us Explain Our
debts contracted. But this type of store can operate with failure It some one called up the whose grfcup 'photograph we car- only modest head In the state

'.' ; only the payment of the small license tax, the present law city editor to pass compliment on ried on our front page on April 'news sections of surrounding dallies Savings Plan
his story--or even to inquire as 10. stretched clear the
allowing him a loophole to evade paying personal tax on the across first
5 j to the name of the writer,"-Tit- We are> glad that this Leesburg page of the New Orleans Times-
f: stock-as all established houses have to pay-.and they are ton, (Ga.) Gaiette. cynic, Gilbert Leach is coming to Picayune. ,

{ usually gone before the assessor gets them on the tax books. --..o.1 --- Quincy to the press convention to BANK OF STARKEAN

*; f rl The last legislature made an attempt to handle these fly-by- Motorizrl Romance give UII an opportunity to prove The following little story froman
He was a poor model. that even the best photograph exchange further Illustrates the HONOR ROLL BANK
nighters but the law needs to be further
: strengthened.
She was a runabout. fall to do justice to the feminine point:



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