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 16, 1930
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04759
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TOTALS 1937 Increase of 2229 '

Kortylght ReMiblirnna. Qunlifht] I'opululion of C'ounty < "-ii
at D,: :'1t -
to Vote In June I'rlnuirkii
252 INCREASE Asks Change VVevWml' Marketltlt 1-Vur .

JuiV Keport4I Turwlay Morn In fc, Investigation Of According; to figures furnished Florida's agricultural population I' I'Urrs and Atlrmptml Hhnot-

Following Peadlotk Mou. by II. C. Wall, supervisor of registration continues to show decided gains On 28 Ing: of Another Operator
lily Afternoon. Drainage Asked there are 1937 names on For the past ten years on the basis Surfacing -

the county registration!; books for Cnmhinmt Total of Two Voting at the 1930 census fluures.: Three filling stations were ,.

('tart Andrews was sontencd the June primaries 48 of this Precincts. and City Reported Complete returns for the firsttwenty The city council of the City of hurtled to the ground at an early '

to woven jrura at hard lalK The board of bond trustees of number being listed as Republicans At 42t: Population. count'os show an aggregate: Starke, Florida, met May 6th In hour Saturday morn'ng, one on

r In tho utato ponluntlarybf Bradford county Florida, met May and the rer\Under Demo population of 2 1 6,8 87. compared regular session! with the following! state road 28 west of Starke owned -

> Jttdisw A. Z. A
noon. Thin conviction andl'ntl'ClCe following members present: O. have paid their poll tax and tomorrow Figures It'yen; Jacksonville out by supervisor of L 33,839 or 18.4 per cent None chairman; L,. A, Davis and W. L. north of the city limit own- .

marks the drat Andrew Haynes. J. H. Ritch 'V. E. Torode, Is the last day allowed by Leavitt of Sjuth this of these counties contain the populous Wall. Minutes of the last meeting! euibyfl. L. Sapp but cloned at the .
for section
the census
has had PIMM*! ullOn R. A. Weeks. Upon motion Mr. law for payment thereof The of Sl"Urke) population of cities. All lie in northern were read and approved\ time, anti the third south of Law .j :

him. althoufiH h... has luul Torode itcted as chairman pro tern. Telegraph i Is carrying on another 1275, gives a's compared a with a population nnd western Florida and'SOl.tlo are predominantly II II.- The time for paying city taxes tey run by Kvoretl Crews, who

rour fatal shootings. chrrkrilhint Minutes of the last meeting were page In this Issue\ names of voters 1, 1920, again agricultural was extended to June 1st, used the rear of the station OH a '
of 1023 January the
during the pa .galnst L. C. Powell requested the Wednesday ; of 252. Rulf of Mexico in the west, show- road department the "
books by the commissioners of write the state at the time. From reports,

of Ralford. was board to make some Investigationof and the reasons given!; for The total population precincts ad the greatest: percentage of Inireose relative to condition. of surface two cars carrying the men burningthe c
Andrews 2 and 3, Starke being part.
Carl drainage effecting his propertyon Issue registering 240.5 percentIn and the department the Johns -
with Intent ; such erasures. In the next of road 28 requesting\ places started with
guilty of assault ly In both precincts, and including also In the
found road 48. A. motion was made the complete list of qualified electors ten years. Gulf, to surface sumo. through place and took the other two ea- .
manslaughter for the I tho population of the town. Is given -, of
commit with Increase
to I that the engineering departmenttake west,.wan next an north
and with slag. they drove
will be published persons the city labllMhmenttt as
Manlre deaf I of 408
Charlie 4273 and total
of I out at a .
shooting the night of the matter up with the state who have not paid their poll tax 73 per cent.Bradford After paying the routine bills on state road 13.
of Hampton on farms within the two precincts. was third with
mute road department.Mr. will be dropped from the list of county the council\ adjourned. The raiders met' with no opposition -
4th, the jury bringing in Separately the report gives precinct cent, while
January the of 31.3 per .
J. L. Conner requested those qualified to participate in iv gain C '- at any of the places. Fromreports
verdict Tuesday morning at 2, Including the northern with 26.B percent
their board to finish road in his section.It the primaries. Qadsden county they called to Crews to .
The case was completed of Starke, a population of fifth placeItoolt
o'clock. part fourth. In ClearedOf
Improvement Renfroe
11 make the was
was agreed to by were officers I
The tabulation as prepared coma out, an they :
the Precinct 3,
Monday afternoon, jury 2850 and 253 farms,, Putnam county with an Increase .
at such time as funds Supervisor Wall shows that precincts with warrants for ills'! arrest. When
at 4:45. Reporting later Including the southern part of cent '
retiring used for of 21.3 per I
and equipment could be two and three, Including Manslaughter Crews compiled, they held him
they were unable to agree Judge Starke, has 1623 population Three of the twenty counties
than half the tMlde while other members of
same. carries more all
kins sent them back and they Starke 165 farms. decreases. Liberty countyIn ..-...... .-
Ad to showed -
The secretary was the told to move out
voting strength of the county, the family were
were still reported deadlocked relative to I This'completes the work of the western Florida declined 23' (Circuit 4'01lrt ('UIIII'I't1| l l Work of
write state treasurer carrying 1037 of the before gasoline was thrown about
two precincts !; ,
court recessed for the day. county with the exaeptlon of pie- Next came Nassau, topmost Term \Vciul'sulay.
when for per cent. Spring
hand pay- ,
amount of funds on 1937 total for the county. Precinct the Interior and the match applied.
morning with additional clnct 1. Including Lawtey. The Atlant'c! roast dlvlnlon,
the .
Tuesday bonds of Brad- in Anil Aitlimrnml
Ing Interest and 2, north Starke, Is also the From Information givenew:
from Judge Adklns preliminary report only showedthe of 17.3 per cent.
Instructions with a decrease
ford county. Republican stronghold of the wait not allowed to reniovi, any
deliberated for an hour population of Lawtey and the county, In western Florida the Brooker
Caluhoun lU'lifrne
the Jury routine
After payment of the county. this precinct taking in ('Inl hing. or valuables kept the
before announcing they had ad- complete report of the precinctand showed a 1 G.8 per cent decrease section, was found not guilty; of residence. .
bills of the board, same wan Reno,, Starkea colored section, 'been Issued. \ tart of the place used% as
verdict. town has not ye Wednesday -
agreed on a than half the manslaughter by a jury .
journed. and carrying more
who has been kept in Population of Lawtey was givenat not Included In the the charge
Andrews, Republican voting strength One county, In circuit court, : Traveling In two (cars the four
Duval county jail. was broughthere total 654. and this added to the population comparative group walt Ollchrtst, out of nn automobile 11('- would
the AUTO ACCIDENT of- the county. Approximately 25 men, strangers lo Crews,
Sheriff for 'the remaining sevenprecincts 192B from Alachua 36th of
Monday morning by last created( In ddent near Graham June allow him to appron'h the
Epperson and his deputies, and NEAR 'WALDOFive negroes; the registration were registered books remained makes a total population county. Ollchrtst had a population lust year, In which Srhell Hyrd of not eating' car carrying: two/ other, .

upon adjournment of court Monday day for the county of 7,515, a gain over of 4,139, but must be compared Oraham was killed Investigation apparently acting us escort
afternoon was removed elsewhere persons are patients in the open. the voting .strength I the state census of 1925 of 491 together with complete figures of the accident by a coroner's jury nr guide; for the other car, large '
Following hospital, Gainesville By precincts However this figure does not In- "Byrd .
for safekeeping. I Alachua county Wall\ as follows for Alachua. resulted in a'verdict that IIetilill of well known make. Loss .
imposing of sentence, it is thought \ as the result of an automobile is given by Supervisor cludo any population precinct 1, The table: came to his death as a result of of the three placiis has buen estimated

likely he will be returned to the wreck; near Waldo on the : 338.Precinct . outside of the town of Lawtey, and Baker 1930, 6,299; 1920, 6.622, the reckless and negligent operation at $3,000.: Ho far an Is
Duval jail until circuit court convened Hawthorn road shortly after noon Precinct 2 1. North Lawtey Starke, 602. this l III one of the most thickly Increase 677, pet 12. of an automobile lu the labIle known, mi progress bus burn made

In Union county May 26th, Sunday. The injured are Jacksonville Starke 435. farming sections of the county. Columbia, 1930 16.836; 1920. of llenfroe" and ordered .I\e \frolt toward Identification\ and arrest of
South ,
when he will be tried on whatever people, the car Bald to be Precinct 3, 69 Comparison of these figures with 14,290; Increase 346; pet. 2.5. held( to the grand jury In bond of the men. While some official

Indictments returned against him owned by T. J. Wlenges, who was Precinct 5 4, Graham Hampton, 14 O. the federal census of 1920 cannot Clay 1930, 6,856; 1920, 6,719 : $1,500. Renfroe was representedby think the destruction of the' alleged \ \

by thct grand jury In connection driving at the time the accident Precinct 54. ba given on account of Union county Increuiie, 1,137; pet 198. Senator I K. M. Johns liquor joints was Instigated o1*
with the shooting affrays in Ral happened. Precinct 6, New River, 61. beln formed from part of Brad- Bradford.. 1930, 11,339 ; 1920 Other' cases d'nponort of at this done by citizens of the county, others I
ford April 23rd and :24th.I According to witnesses who arrived Precinct' 238. ford since that year. 7,110; Increase 2,229 ; pet. 313. term of court before adjournment hold to tho 'belief that It was
Acting as his own attorney In at the scene of the wreck 8. Brooker. The report complete as Issued to Dixie 1930 6.319; 1920.\ 1,1)14) ; Wednesday afternoon were; the work of rival bootleggers),

this trial, Andrews exhausted his some halt hour after' its' occurence, date followsW Increase 4B05r pet. 240.6. State vs Randolp Anderson, as- Saturday nlKlit at 9 o'clock a ..

hallengea early In the afternoon the left rear tire of the sedan blew I STn\WnEUn. HHIIN Precinct 1 (Lawtey alone) -- E54 Putnam, 1930, 17.609 ; 1920 Hiiult with Intent lo commit murder hoima owned by F, U. Hulllngs-

when he excused the first juror out, causing the car to swerve to !MKNTS: CONTINUE: Precinct 2 ________,_______26BO 14,568: Increase 3,101 ; pel. 21.3. I ; bond ordered estreated, and. worth and occupied by Dewey Williams

to _______________1823 6,333;
railed from the second venire and the left as Welgnes attempted Precinct 3 Union 1930, 7,400; 1920 capias iHHiiedHtato southeast of city\ limit, wee

one tentatively accepted during apply brakes to halt the movementof Although the strawberry ship Precinct _______________ 324 Increase, 2,087; pet. 28.7. vs Hen Melvin desertion destroyed by fire of unknown ori '

The vehicle for B\ ______ ,________ 869 continued.
the morning session, and hearing the automobile. ping season Is considered over Precinct I and non-BUpiort; gin Members of the family wore

testlmoney\ began at 3:15 when careened to the side of the road, this section, Lawtey has shipped Precinct 6 _______ __ _______ 318 :MIHH JOYCK: IIROWN, OF State vs Casey Atkinson, desertion In Starke at the time and nothing:

State's! Attorney< Knight called the rolled down Into a roadside ditch twelve express refrigerator cars Precinct 7 _____ ,____ ----- 415 H.U'onu1.:1), : A\\'.\\'. and non-support; nolle pres wan saved.

first witness for the state P. K. and came to an abrupt halt whenIt since last Friday and returns of 20 Precinct 8 ______________ 962 ',,\KT FRIDAY. sed. From the woods. In the rear of .

Reddish. hit an embankment opposite the to 30 cents per quart have been State vs Allen Lucas, forgery; the filling station oporutttd bY""

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Reddish testified that be met ditch. realized. Only open shipments arc Total Gainesville, May 9. Miss continued. John liege, south of town, an unknown -

Andrewa at Burney's Cate In Although the car did not over moving out of Starke. together Joyce Brown. 22 years of age, State vs. Hudson Morgan, throwing sniper Saturday night fired -

Starke late Saturday night, that turn the force with which it struck with a score of trucks here dailY Convicts MayBe daughter; of Mr. and Mrs. W. K.: deadly mlssle Into automobile; several' cliarR!H of buckshot at anti ,

Andrews was drinking and had a the embankment hurtled occu to pick up berries for markets In County Brown of Ralford, former residents no n t in fleti. through the station It is thought

tingle barreled shotgun in his car.' pants of the car forward, those this state and South Georgia Used On All Work' of Gainesville\ passed away State vs> Dol ph Orlflla, n on-H up- thin shooting/ *as more of a personal

Keddlsh, Andrews and Jake Sapp riding In the front seat being Thursday morning growers turned this morning at 4 o'clock after a port; nolle prossed. matter and had no connection ,

left the cafe around midnight In thrown against the wind sheik tables on these peddlers and start- While removal of all state white UnerlnJlI1ness.!; \ State vs Joe Rlgdon. alias W, J. with this destruction by fire

,one car, Lacy Varnes and Will and those In the reat seat hurled ed setting their own prices for the prisoners from road work Is being Miss Brown possessed a loving; Mann, desertion and withholding of the filling stations the night; before -

Fredell following In another car, against the front seat and sides ol fruit, organizing and quoting theii considered by the state board the deposition and had many friends moans of support; not In custody It II likely an arrest wilt

and they drove to one "Buck" the car.. prices to truckmen on the "pay II general laws state that of workof who mourn her passing. She was State ve Lem Ooodwlne, Will follow within the next few days., .

Griffl place northwest of Starke. The wreck created considerable or leave It" basis. county convicts on the roadsIs a member of the Baptist church. Knight James Tyson robbory the result of an Investigation of '

Reddish testified that Andrews excitement for passing motoristsand To date 177 express refrlgeratoi perfectly'permissible. Funeral arrangements, which while armed; continued. the affair by county ofitcers.I .
general. An out of Starke and to a question concernIng Thomas Undertaking State vs Cage Crews larceny .'---
drove the car Into the yard and ,confusion was cars have gone In answer are In charge of the -
called) Grlffls and that Grlffls would ambulance' from the DeWitt C Lawtey 140 to Lawtey, 37 tc the authority of county commissioners Company, will bit announced of cattle; bond ordered entreated

not open the door until after An. Jones company rushed the seriously Starke, not including movement bj to work convicts performing later.t'GItENMMAN. and cap Ins (Miued. Carload of Honey

drews had emptied the shotgun injured to the hospital. open express and freight refriger sanitary work, Fred If. -- .- State vs _Buddy McLaln Henry

through the door. When the car ator. While the movement from Davis, quotes the law as saying: : : (UnI: <:N'K Jackson, breaking and entering: Found To Be Rum
ANNOUNCKH: FOR HCHOOliHOARD been practically board of county commissioners ) -
carrying General Mulling Charlie the two points has "The WORK IS! UIVK.N I'UAISI! continued.
and Cyril Manlre of Hampton, the same In number ol cart of each county may employall State vs Lav., .'.nderson, rob -
has used the express in the jail of their continued New Jersey bootleggers who
drove up and stopped at the gate shipped Lawtey persons M. Mills, 769 Ooodwli bury;
of Brooker, announces almost under sentence David Williamsbreaking have been awaiting anxiously fot'the
Reddish testified be went out to L. R. Oalney refrigerator service respective counties has returnee State vs Horace
the and there during the : In this Issue for election exclusively. To April 25th the upon conviction for crime, at labor street who while and entering; pleat1 arrival of a freight car of
car was
) spending a
his home after waited In
bearchlng of the Manlre party by as a member of the school board movement had reached 2,001,388quarts upon the roads, bridges, or other to In Washington I). C.. as a patient guilty one year In state penltentlary. "Florida Honey" have

Fredell while Andrews held themat for his district. Mr. Gainey has with receipts of $$442,08 public works of the county where hospital In. land vain.
his Andrews was served in an official capacity beforeIn 00. No record has been kept of they are so Imprisoned." In Walter Reed which State vs Walter Maniwll, burnIng Federal prohibition men workIng -
point of work
gun. of the
In his praise office" of W. T Day
and has given citizens since that ,-*- continued. out of the '
told. according to the witness that the county movement and receipts R. ,A. Green of tin woods; of Floridaseized
service In Congressman Franklin. administrator *
good Walter deputy
of his State vs
Charlie Manlre was deaf and date. I'OSTAI. MOVKH: fITO\V.\ Second Florida district Is doing "carload of. honey"
office. entering not In custody. the
of this breaking and :;
dumb which Andrews Is saidto the duties Wills,
to Mr.
S for bin constituency early Hunday morning at Baldwin. _ _
have replied he "had heard" that H.MAMII-VI OX LAKH: I{().\I> I-'KKD: DKMOVHTRATION:: The Postal Telegraph Company a boyhood friend of the lawmaker State vs. Lewis Dark, perjury; In It (they found 11,413: quarts ot
deaf and dumb story before. Reddish has moved the local office from from Stnrke,. sad that hit watohe Indictment quiiMhed Unread, I 1'1101,11 famous product, of .
stated he had accompanied Farmers Sup Its location adjoining the Sinclair with a great deal of Interest the
County .
A Ford car occupied by negroes Bradford State vs OtlH W. Hurry, illspos- Cuba.It
Andrews to the place to show the was run Into on the Kingsley ply Company will hold a special Filling Station on Temple street activities of Representative Green InK personal property under lien, was shipped from Lallolle\ ,

way and that he and Sapp left Lake road just east of the Hornaby feed day for the benefit of farm- to the building ,on Call street while In Washington. ..ontln ued. and its destination wan "a point In
the scene when the shooting started of this sectionat formerly occupied by the J. R. Following his return home, Mr. "
place Sunday afternoon and plung. ers and stockmen State vs Urnwtile rtalney, a- New JerH"y.
, ed through the railing of the their store Saturday May 24th, Davis Insurance agency. The Interior -, Wills received a letter from Congressman -. I unit with Intent to commlte murder I The rum, at bootleg price! down
Testimony given by Cyril Man- representative of of the building has been Orcen In which he voiced prohibition
small bridge at that point. It was the services of a continued. and bond set al here, according to
Ire, brother to Charlie, and Gen- the second car cut Into the Purina Mills being secured for rennlshed and converted by Mr. bin. appreciation to his friend.. ; maul, Is valuad at $1>11,593, Its
"rnl Mnlllna'brought out practically reported the side of the first machine, the day. This line, of feed Is proving Pender to Its new use as a lunch throughout the state for the cooperation State vs llrownle Oalney un
the same points, they going to throwing It out'of control and overturning very popular In this section, a stand and telegraph office! which enabled him to brtmomlnatad < George Reddish resisting an officer been greater had It reached Its)

the place to see Griffis, and were In the ditch. Occupants representative of the store stated without oppo.llIon.--,1 : continued I Hood for (la'IIeylet destination agents said.

held by Andrews while they were of the car escaped Injury and although Wednesday, and the demonstration . C C C C C CC Jacksonville Times-Union, Ma); : at $1,500 und Reddish at IB DOOulney No arrests have been made lu

searched by Ferdell. who told Andrews the car was badly damaged was planned to enable users JIM" A M'l. TONIC 14th. i has three additional in- connection with the seizure

they were unarmed. Man- was able to leave the scene under to realize the utmost from their\ CS dUtments hanging. over him .burg-. .
Ire brought out additional facts I've only taken Fr.UTIM/KK: : ill:I'OIIT murder MlM.I(1 C'CtS"fItJN: __
Its own power.Congressman feeds. "But officer Ing assault with Intent to ,, : ______
lu his testimony In saying that -
C my tonic and Reddish one charging\ the ---

Andrewp tiynpul1ed pistol out R.- A. Green 'OI.CHUU: TKASf: WI.V4 C Such a protest from a.I IC According to the report l iseue same offense Hand set for Gulue, Valdosta, Oa., May 14.Tha Sthi _______

of his pocket Immediately after ed at the white house call-I ( slightly Inebriated p"rson. by Inspection bureau. department total $2,500 covering all Indictments Annual Session of the Georfla-
firing the shot whIch wounded his present to the president, Rev. R. baseball club of C could btl logical an authorities I of agriculture Bradford ('ountyIIBAd against him..IUM'KKV Florida Singing Association will _________
brother and that Andrews made B. Burke. Baptist evangelist of The colored the Jacksonville of the state permit the a total of 47 tons. of fertlllxnr -p convene In this city on Saturday _

the remark on his way to town Florida: Mr. Sanford B. Rltch, Starke defeated last Thursday alter- C. sale of federal licensed boneC I during April as compared with <. ;\ IIC)fIU.I: and Sunday, May 17th and Ifcltu _

that he would have to make time choir director of Moorefleld West Express team local field the score flde medicines which contain IC 275 tons durinMarcb./ January., This city U tie permanent horn. of _ _

for this shooting. Mulling 'te tl- Virginia and Colonel Walter P. noon on the The Starke player more than the prescribed one- February and March are the heaviest The M-C Grocery was entered! ) this convention ami it has grown ". _ _

fled that he left the party when Corbett, U. S. Army, retired, and being 3 to 1. In the last halt of C half of-one percent alcohol, months reported ID fertlllxei through a rear window during Friday In Interest from the time of its. ______

they reached) the office of Dr. !Md-! first vice-president of the United made one run and the remaining C and under which some tlrcnmstanr consumption for this county, due night ant) the day's recelptn organization eight years ago. Mr. _ _

dleton to get an .officer and that !; Patriotic Society. Congressman the third inning inning/ and the C *'* might be called' to the early spring crops, and consumption amounting to slightly over "30I J, W, Lanier of thl city who has
States\ the eighth : !
Andrews told him he would be Greep said that the reception two in scored In the seventh. C beverage I IS 1 will be comparative] taken, the robbery not being discovered been Its president since Its organization

one before be returned. of his friends by President visitors and Jackson battery for This I IK the answer, Fred If.C I light In this. county until next fall I until the manager of the states that there U more _______

Testimony of Charlie Man Ire Hoover wo most cordial. Parker showed exceptionalgood Davis, altorney general!, give Total tonnage; for the state was reported I Ktore opened for biiHlnens Saturday Interest boinic shown in the convention

Was taken through the medium of the locals, In holding down the .p. to an Inquiry\ from a Callfor- I at 30,397 Xon for April, 1 morning. A cash reglHtei Ibis., year all over the _ _
"I translated questions Work under way work .. . compared with 41,544 tons durln/( and Florida than _ _
brother, who Lake City\ C na! advertising company I wall the only place for ke plnntor state of Georgia
attorney highway visitor I.. This report doe not In- The Saturday _ _ _
put by the state's on hard-surfacing state C C Florida law, however. prohibits March. receipts and the manages ha* ever been before.
nd only additional vicinity. distribution lude any sales lens. than one ton will be held a t the
Andrews, the I No. 28 in this O.V TJItII: S the Importation i I had followed his usual custom ol session
fact brought out being that Andrews Night air mall service Inaugu- .S. or sale 'In thin state of : -p I hiding the day's receipts In what Lee Street Baptist Church and
switched the gun from different rated between Jacksonville and Mi -by the popular C beverage. containing more" IllrthnMr. Robinson, ha considered a safe place, but evidently .1.I the sessions on Sunday will b. In '

positions on his body three ami. Another program Paul Knight C than the percentage of liquor .. and Mrs. Icy 12th. \ tile their had located this the Rita Theatre. All singers and; '
entertainers, .
times before finally pulling\ the Palatka Larimer Memorial radio will be on the C whether or not It U disguised! Brooker boy. May Law, I place all nothing else wan disturb- lovers of vocal music are cordially -

trigger; the charge striking him In Library dedicated recently. i and Nolan Canora.17th from 6 to I uDder the term "wine tonic Mr. and Mrs. J, T. Prevatt. I sd. Invited to attend.
the severing the receives air mall air Saturday. May te)', Ctrl, May 11th.
left leg. and Mount Dora 6'30:: o'clock' over station WRVF.I. p . C I nl'

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.It.. DROP IN SAVINGSLure I ', BRIDGEAeries Local No.1. southbound, ..
\, Services Sunday, May 18 as follows Starke, 11:11: p. m.
: ..' Thy word iaa lamp unto my feet, and a light onto my patk-Ptalm 119:105.: : -I Local No. 11, southbound

lOa, Sunday school J. M. of Stock Market to due
m. Partly ty
t aj-QO Starke, 11:13 a. m.
: lTTlTi Tnrtt ?i'trnfl'i A11 rdWous teaching, orlilfVWlUfHBlUl
rt trt
'. : creed, if they are to have any claim Truby. supt. Blame but Slackened Speculation : Wynne Ferguson Limited No.. 107 southbound.
4 upon the love,loyalty and devotion of the people, must be in harmony with 11 a. m. Morning worship ser- due Starke, 10:45: a. m.
t the teachings of Jesus the Christ whose words fit into every fold and crevice con by the pastor. Expected. to Bring Author Of PRACTICAL AUCTION DRIDCB Limited 191, southbound, i,
(w H of the human heart and of whom it was Bald in John 7:46: ,NEVER MAN 7 p. m. Christian Endeavor topic Starke. 10:36: p. m. dUt
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tierefure,. for ye know neltner tne 8 p. m. Even'ng worship sermon No. 2, due Starke, 5:43: a
I I day nor the hour wherein the Son and sontc. Sermon topic "I The first recession in the nation's ARTICLE No. 21 No. 12, due Starke, 3:05: a
SHI SUNDAY SCHOOL rotneth." It Is our dutyto Believe In the Holy Ghost" the savings account in banks In the p. m
iif Limited No. 108
J.; LESSON ') watch man learn and obey. i bird sermon in a series on this twenty years during which recordsin Anarticle the Brooklyn Dally Eagle Company made famous_ by \Vynne 5:63 due Starke,
creed. i this field have been kept by the recently bore this ht'admgVolDoin Ferguson in his 'Little 1 Red flock/ : p. in.Starke
: I IJ Apostles American Bankers Holds 13 Hearts at DridJte.Bids Clever "Miss Plotkin does not bid cleverly, and Wannee Branib
Lord Jehovah Is A Loving thPI Prayer meeting Wednesday at Association( was ly, Scores 974 Points. The following the contrary being the fact. She was No. 101 leaves Starke :
\ J,1! ,; .! r For Slay 23: I IJ; (> herd S p. m. disclosed for last year In thd recent day the newspaper received a letter, simply)" beneficiary of fortuitous circumstances 102 arrives 2:40: a. m, NO,

i. : ( : Subject: Jesus Describes the A cordial Invitation to all our annual compilation prepared by Its which was published under this heading in that she profited by a p. m. dally fX.
1 try!. Future of the Kingdom. Isaiah 40:11.: He shall feed his tervlces extended to all. Savings Dank Division. The shrink. : "Says Holder of 13 Hearts Did lack of knowledge of proper bidding on cept Sunday.
? ; .; J' Golden Text: "Take ye heed. flock like a shepherd: he shall age amounted td over $195,000,000, Not Bid Hand Cleverly." The writer the oart of her opponents. T. J. Griffin agent

: '. \ I;,. watch and pray! for yo know not gather the lambs with his arm, B.t1'TISTSunday on the basis of figures for the year of it suspected of being a New Yorker. "'Four Clubs' undoubled, if made, -
F, [ I,, and carry them In his bosom. ending June 29, 1929, whereas a The article and the letter follow: is never game at a love score, but Blue Bus Scht'dtllPHSouthboundII
is. Mark 13:13.
when the tIme!
": II, (f : Ezekiel 34:11.: For thus salth year earlier the reported Increasewas "If you're a Bridge player, the 'Four Clubs' doubled is. Why then in : 37 a. m, 11
: I. Topic: "Spiritual preparation l lr la school at 10 a. m. One chances are more than 100 to 1 that it the first instance double four of a 37
the Lord Jehovah Behold, I evenI a. m., 4:07: m., 6:37: .
; over $2,300.000,000 tbe largestever p. p. m., n
!'. ti a personal matter. hundred and four present last never happened to you. But it did Minor suit, thereby making game
I' I will search for my sheep and recorded. The number of savings 40 p. m. .
;r : : Between the lessons of last Sunday Sunday. happen to Miss R. Entelle Plotkin of possible?
: '; E and today we passed over will seek them out. depositors also decreased during 1594 E. 26th Street. Fourth Hand on "When Miss Plotkin's opponent Northbound : 50 a. m, 8 rj
at 11 and 8
,4 if I' Chapters 23 and 24 of Matthew, 12. As a shepherd seeketh out Worsh'p a. m. p. m. the year covered by more than rubber game, she was dealt all 13 doubles 'Four Clubs' he expects to a. m., 1:63: p. m, 4.23 p. m., 8 M
j his flock on the day that he is B. Y. P. U. at 7 p. m. 600,000 accounts,. ,,Tb9 lure of the Hearts in the deck. And she bid four defeat the contract, this being a busi- p. m.
wherein Jesus said to his
t ItL disciples scattered Mid-Week service Wednesday at tock market and affiliated activities Clubsl Yet on the hand she won a total ness double. If he has a double for Tickets and
his that
sheep are Information
.- .IM. r it\ f "The Scribes and Pharisees sit in among 8 p. of 974 points. Here's how: One of her Clubs and thinks he can defeat the at(
i\'l'\ 1W t f Moses' seat" aa knowing the l law abroad, so will I seek out my meeting will be In charge are cited as part of the explanation opponents dealt and passed, her part- contract, why double and give her the Smith's Service Station, next, ,in
sheep; and I will deliver them out for these changes. her other bid shift from suit that he courthouse.
,: "Therefore whatsoever the y bid ner passed, opponent opportunity to a
1 of tho W. M. U. with Bible study
,h'I (I,I" ', you observe, that observe and do: of all places whither they have Thy association's statement says two Spades and then came Miss Plot- wants to play to a suit that he does not S
f' been scattered In the cloudy and conducted by Mrs. G. C. White. that savings deposits In banks and kin's bid of four Clubs although she want to play and a contract that he
1' but do not ye after their works; dark All the ladles of W. M. U. and trust companies of continental didn't have a Club in her hand. cannot defeat? Would You Know One

; iu: ,;a for they say and do not." Thisl1tU I I will bring them out V. W. A. are invited. to attend. I. United States on June 29, 1929 "The man who dealt doubled. MissFlotkin's _"Miss! ..Irwin's! .advice.on the!! subjectof It You Saw It?
is one of the saddest and truest Mothero' day service was enjoyed stood at 928,217,666,000. The partner and her other opponent doubling, while perhaps ultraconservative you face
recoHBlon 'If ever came to face
I u from among the peoples, and gather with a
\ i ; commentaries on the lives of many passed. Then Miss I'lotkin bid is I believe nevertheless,
i I them from the countries and by)." a large congregation. In savings, it declare, In. 'Never germ, would you recognize it? Of
four I the
who dealt
4Yl) L I' ; i preachers and professed Christ- learti, man doubled sound. double a suit bid unless it is not that
.'HttJ.! lans. They profess to teach God'sWtf bring them Into their own land; V dicates a fundamental change In and when the two other players passed, you can double every suit'; the double will course likely unless you ever!
see a
; germ. you own
SEVENTH: DAY ADVENTIST the savings situation Irrespective Miss I'lotkin redoubled. business a
\ and I will feed them the meaning a
r'Jl : but do show It forth i In upon ,
I |, word not tremendously powerful microscope, for
of whether It "The others her Heart bid "The holds of
at temporary or not. thought same argument true
I mountains of Israel the water-
their lives. We all Imperfect by you would have to magnify one overa
own are so -
; : was forced to her out of the Club Miss Plotkin's redouble which
Sunday, May 18th lO.'IO: How Saving Usid to Grow'" get was
thousand times to make it
and In all of the
f courses aa big aa
; that we often dishonor double. The result that Miss also bad it the
( : "In 1023 was bidding as gives original
Regular monthly services at the caving deposits In. head. But should
: places ot the country. a pin you rocognuo
I the religion we profess. But this I'lotkin got three tricks over cont'ractwitb Spade bidder the chance to go to 1'ourSpades'
home of F. J. Pattee, Hellbronn ('rea $1,562,000,1)01)' ) ). in 1927 al. the fact that these tiny germs can get
'F'' it,, i : lathe weakness of Individuals and 14. I will feed them with good the bonus of 100 for contract, 300 which it appears she should
Spring road. most MrtO.OOO.O"0 a-rf In 1928 over for the three into your blood streams through the
and the mountains overtricks and inasmuch have clone under the circumstances
pasture, upon
If / ) not any fault in God's laws or the
I of the height of Israel shall there You are cordially invited. $2,300,000,000" It says. "It appears as it was rubber game she also got 250 thereby forcing Miss Plotkin to bid'Five smallest cut, and give you typhoid
of Christ. tuberculosis
U \ teachings "And I heard another voice from now that some influences' In one for rubber. This, with the 100 for all Hearts,' which she should have fever, lockjaw blood
( If iI After condemning the false fold be: there shall they lie downIn out of year have taken the gain that honor. in one hand and the 224 for been left to play, undoubted reducing poisoning, and many, more dangerousand
heaven saying her
\ a good fold; and in a fat come perhaps fatal diseases. There is
J ) teaching and lives ot the Scribes pas- might reasonably have been game ((56 multiplied by 4 because of the score to 500."However ,
: :. and Pharisees, Jesus expressed his ture shall they feed upon the my people, that ye be not partakers expected the redouble) gave her a total of 974 there can be no questionthat one sure safeguard against then
;t sorrow and sympathy In these mountains of Israel. of her sins, and ye receive not savings deposits for 1929 points on the hand." Miss Plotkin should have been left dangers washing every cut, no
k of her Rev. 18:4.lWu.'U. and lowered them from the high Here is the letter matter bow email, thoroughly with
:t I words "O Jerusalem Jerusalem 1C. I myself will be the shepherd plagues. : : with the contract 'Four Clubs', the
mark of the preceding Liquid Borozone, the safe antisep
of Bible Memorizing year. "Editor Brooklyn Daily Eatrle: double being atrocious bidding and a
how often would I have gathered of my sheep, and I will cause I 1. Pre-eminent Values.-The "A year ago It .was stated: 'The "It is evident that the"writer; of the shining example of 'Auction Crimes.' tic. You can cat Liquid Borozone at
:. .thy children together and them to lie .down salth the Lord 'Woman( Holds Canova Pharmacy.Fort .
year closing JunO' 1928 registered caption 13 Hearts at "Not even the scoring of this hand is
t. Bible! has been called "the most
4. t' ye would not: Behold your house Jehovah. the .Jargest gain in savings Bridge Bids Cleverly Scores 974 correct the correct score being 1074.I
I L la left unto you desolate." 26. And I will make them and important document in the world'8history" deposits in banks ,and trust companies Points knows very little or nothing Why give such bad bidding so muchpublicity Pierce Secondary Water
r; Continuing his teachings and the places round about my bill a ; "the magna charta of about Bridge: when he states that the ? I believe in justice to the"
; of continental United States supply secured here in
blessing; and I will cause the the poor and oppressed;" a book holder of this hand 'bids cleverly.' many Bridge fans who read your case of
warning to the disciples Jesus
!# recorded in the history of this
m w-hlcti giyea' "in compact and ever "It l is even more evident that one of valuableyapert which is usually more emergency.
t .:... said, "Take heed that no man deceive shower to come down In its sea couikry.: What difference one Miss Plotkin's opponents, who doubled reliable. The Eagle should, at least Jacksonville John Mason opened
r, you. For many shall come son; there shall be showers of poetic form every phase of humanIdeas" year makes! From a gain of more her bid of 'Four Clubs' knows, if offer some explanation, if not humble Idle Hour Barber Shop at 20

>1 In my name, - and shall deceive blessing. ; a book fits into every fold than 24! billions of dollars in savings possible, less than the writer of this apology, for, the erroneous and misleading Julia street near Forsyth st.
4//' I many * and many false prophets Prayer: of the human heart;' and "the deposits to a loss of almost article and is evidently the senior infoi iiiacion conveyed when it Crestview-$25,000 street
\ \ 1 shall arise I and deceive many. * "O love that will I jot let me go suro way to the attainment ot all 200 millions! member of the firm of A. Sapp & stated that this hand was bid cleverly." ing program started. par

og\\ , But he that shall endure to the I[ rest my weary soul on Thee; the greater human Ideallf-trutb: "Industrial production was much
"" to Problem No. 19
((11:1:; end, the same shall be saved. SWatch I[ give Thee back the life I owe kindness and beauty. In comparison higher last year than the precedIng f J

'rf therefore, for ye know That i la Thine ocean depths its with the Bible every other year. Factory payrolls were Heart,- Q, 6,3
\ neither the flow book fades Into Insignificance.! greater. In Clubs-none J
: day nor tho hour considerably production Diamonds-A K 7 6 I
'...$, t wherein the Son of man cometh." May richer, fuller be." I The Bible has been transalted Into employment and trade, ad- Spades-Q. 4 ,

i I... We Deed not worry about the second Remember the Sabbath Day, to eight hundred languages and dialects vances were made over the precedIng Hearts- K Hearts-A. J, 4, 3 Dentist

'm coming of Christ, nor whether Keep It Holy-Exodus 20:8.: Go and everywhere the world year. In the farm areas the I Clubs-O. 7.6, S : Y : C' !.- loT$
1 we shall see it. The end of this to church Sunday. around It, .meets the same needs, improvement noted for 1928 did I Diamonds. -4, 3 : A B : Diamonds- 8, 5
l worm comes to each of us at our carries the same blessings and not recede In 1929 and the livestock Spades 10, 9 : Z : Spades-J hEIGHTS FLA.

temporal death. Dully Bible Selections makes Its appeal to the general Industry In all Its branches was Hearts- tO, 9, 8,7

j';' _ _ The greatest question for us Is, May :I 0. IDSO: heart of humanity. prosperous.The Clubs- K, 8, J, 2
,'fF>> 4 shall we, at the end of this life, be AGood Conscience-For our 2. The Way of Certainty. Causes of the Drop Diamonds-9

prepared to meet God and to enter rejoicing Is this, the testimony of Those whose minds are stored "The causes of the recession are SpadesnoneDiamonds -

(!::) the eternal lifer our conscience that In simplicityand with the precious truths of God's possibly multiple. There is scarcely -
Mlil Word lead a positive life and are reason to doubt that one of are trumps and Z is in the B can do one of two things. ((1)) lId
Then to show the necessity of godly sincerity, not with any
lead. How can Y Z win eight of the can play the four of hearts and let A
'I'Ii:''" _ _ being prepared Jesus spoke the, fleshy wisdom but by the grace of ever ready to give a reason for the the Important factors draining. nine tricks against any possible defense( ? win the trick with the king. (((2)) He can
::1( parable of the ten virgins as setout God, we have bad our conversationIn hope within them. Since the BibleIs away savings and decreasing depositors Solution: Z should lead the deuce of play the ace of hearts and thus retain

!M ) in the printed lesson for to- the world.-2 Cor. 1:12. God'a authoritative revelation has been the lure of profIts clubs which Y should trump with the the lead in his own hand. In either

Prayer: May we ever, Lord havea ot truth only by having our own to be made In stocks. For a six of diamonds. Y should then lead event, A B can only win one trick.

::Vi",> day"Then shall the kingdom of good conscience toward Thee. minds stored with it can we en- number of years the people have the four of spades and Z should trump (1)) If A wins the trick with the king
'5.4 _ I Joy certainty ourselves or awaken been regaled with stories of profits with the nine of diamonds Z should of hearts he must lead clubs up to /'i
heaven be likened unto ten virgins May 17, IO3O then lead the trey of clubs and Y should king eight of clubs. Z, therefore wiiu.
,; which took their lamps, and Tho Triumphant OnesNow assurance In others. Prov. 22:2021. made- in stocks- In.. all, types. of com trump with the seven of diamonds. Y the last two tricks. ((2)) If B wins the

& went forth to meet the brIde- thanks be unto God. which always panles. During tne last cew years should then lead\ the" ace and king of trick with the ace of hearts, he must,

v groom. And five of them were auseth us to triumph In Christ :3. 'The Way of Light.-The there has been a specious philosophy diamond. A 0 follow suit and Z lead hearts up to Y's queen six of

)F i' wise, and five were foolish. They and maketh manifest the saviourof Word of God sheds light upon the preached that panics such as should discardvcn and eight of hearts Y, therefore, wins the last two
ii of life (Ps. 119:105)). If formerly occurred were no longer hearts. Y should ..ten lead the queenof I tricks. Do: You I KNOW
; his path : we
knowledge in )
that were foolish took their lamps by us every possible."If spades. H must discard the trey of In either case Y Z must win eight of
And took no oil with them But place. would not lose our way In this hearts Z should discard the nine of the
( : It was the lure of profits In I nine tricks. It is a pretty problem tile InsiironceA ?
.i\i\: I the wise took oil In their vessels Prayer: May our profession of age of doubt and materialism, we hearts and A follows suit. Y shouldnow in throwing the lead. Study it carefully.
the recessionin
_ _ stocks which caused
: cherish this word. "To the doubts lead the five of heart
with their altlh In Thee, 0 Lord, be but the .
I J: 1KB ny other man 1M iniunnn
_ _ savings then a factor in future .
j jk\ _ _ The lamps were small earthen aroma of our faithful lives and and 'do-not-knows' of the times the'.UCCMS attend KIssimmee scene iI human: tx II the kind of
will be
/ ''Wi service. the Christian Bible In hand cananswer savings Rose Show held Daytona Beach-Charles Cran- fellow you like to mete.his .
t _ _ Teasels containing a small quantity -
ant this venture of savings here
; : upon recently. ford purchased T. E. Fitzgerald and
; believe. training
i 't 'I experience qualify
of oil May 18,10.10The
a supply of which '
was in stocks. It the experiment him
4. The Way of Life.-The BibleIs depositors Pensacola Sidewalks In varIous business building on Beach street to furnish stock fa uuuraiw
r- carried In Epistle ot Christ Ye
_ a larger vessel some- are protection that safeguards
: did not generally successful your
_ parts of city to be fronting Halifax River here
) the only book which contains repaired. at imcrtita.
'\ what like a small jug. The lamp manifestly declared to be the epistle then another year will
t:, ;1"" _ had to be filled frequently. In the of Christ, written not with ink, the promise of eternal life. If our doubtless witness an Increase In Sanford First' National Bank price of about $25,000. G t... hm WnnHAROLD f rtonw. foyou. _ed_

', -f.:: _ same way our spiritual lives must but with the Spirit of the living earthly life Is so precious that we savings deposits as well as In savings building and property sold to A. II. Ortega City council plans fW I.t.p

';.t,' r. L4 from time 'to time be'replenished God: not In tables of stone, but are ready to make any sacrifice to depositors." Moses for $70,000. construction of fire station in this

*t\ c.(; from God and His teachings and In fleshy tables of the heart.-2 prolong It. how much more precIous Lake City United States Vet- section. C. WALL

!"'&it l; guided by the Holy Sprit If we Cor. 3:3.Prayer: should we hold life eternal. HELPING YOUNG FOLK erans Hospital No. 63 completed Jacksonville S. G. !Mendel I INSURANCE

,:: I' depend on our own strength, we : We are longing to be Christ, who is our life. tells us In TO BECOME, BANKERS expansion program at expenditureof I Company moved to larger quartersat

,..; '''l.j/o/ ., soon find our spiritual lamps goIng more perfectly the light of the hla Word how to secure the priceless about $60,000. 234 West Forsyth St. STARKE. FLORIDASuccessfl

'(.i.I:' d:1J: out as did the sleeping .'Vlrtt world Lord.May heritage of eternal life. Let Through the American Institute r -
: '1"J;' gins. If we depend ourselves 10,t 9110 us fill our minds with his truth the American '"''''' '' '''''' ''' ''' '!'',!''.','.'. ', ''' ''''' '''' I
;; on which Is ; ) ffli
,. of Banking, ,,,'I.w'lliltI.'IIN'II'I'IIII.!,,. ,,,!,:::.: ,,, ,, 'I ilUlI'II'III'mI'lllloWINII.'IIill'llIIlI.'llm111i, ,,, ::,,,,, : ::,,,, :nm,I
\: {. {'i'l!< we will have no oil to refill our Glory to Glory-Where the SpirIt (John 6:68.: \ ) (Selected) Bankers Association's educational

' 0 ;'k1.. _ _ lamps 'Just as the foolish or neglected of the Lord Is, there Is liberty. IU. VIVJ.T. 1IROOKKH: section, the banking profession Is
virgins. "While the bridegroom But we all, with open face beholding educating 35.000 bank men and

::19' tarried, they all slumbered aa in a glass the glory of the women In the technical and sciea-

, _ and slept." It was necessary to .Lord are changed into the same A revival that's different will title' departments of their work.
'i' f 1 make preparation and to arrange Image from glory to glory even asby begin In Brooker Sunday, May 18, These students are enabled by this Advertising

i; t, _j tor a, continual supply otvoll, butt the Spirit of the Lord.-2 Cor. a't: 11 o'clock a. Meeting! wholly Institute., which Is, entirely non-

;: that being done the virgins could 3::17, 18.Prayer. undenominational. A question box commercial In its operations! to obtain -

':, I i"\ rest. But at midnight there was : "Father, I ask Thee for will be used, with questions an- a grasp of the 'finel' points of -
.l L swered publicly each evening. No banking without Interrupting their
the cry "the bridegroom cometh. a present mind Intent on praising S" "'''''""'''''''''''"'' ''" ''''''
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collections taken. The .,.,, ,. . .. ''''" ''"'' '' ''' ''" '''''" "''" ''' ''"' '' '' ''' ''''' "" "'''''''' '' '' '' '' .
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i .i ''trimmed 'their lamps. And the May 20. 10:10: of all Is urged. Come. their earnings In their bank Jobs.

_If : foolish said unto the wise Give us The Eternal Things-For our The courses given Including

''l I of your oil; for 9ur lamps are gone light affliction which Is but for a Women Suffering banking economics ,and law and
;. out. But the wise answered moment worketh bank administration In all the departments -
i".t say- for us a far
,:Jr\;" _ _ Inc Not so; lest there be not more exceeding and eternal weightof Bladder Irritation have been worked Out Hundreds of large national advertisers realize
under. the direction of senior college that the i
i-- enough for
us and
'$ you: but go ye glory; while we look not at ,
: L rather to them that sell, and buy the things which are seen but at It functional Bladder Irritation educators and the lectures '.
for yourselves." the things which are always given bY'practical men, buying public must be induced to their i
p are not seen: disturbs your sleeps, or causes such aa lawyers In the legal covet products. It
.,,: The wise virgins had enough oil for the things which are seen are Burning or Itching Sensation '.
courses, experts In banking opera- ,
t"" for their own lamps, but none to temporal; but the things which '
Backache, Leg Pains or muscular is
tions and college professors In the that neither
,'i"( : _1 spare.< r I accepting Christ and his sacrifice, 4:17: 18.Prayer. .
and discouraged why not
chapters with meeting rooms In I
l,: secure his own salvation but no : Help us. Lord, as EternIty f will do this. T
try the Cyitex 48 Hour Test over 200 cities and also a number ment Appreciation of the true merit of theo
if.t one can Impart to or furnish for bound voyagers, to keep our Don't give up. Get Cystex today. of smaller study groups are fostered !\

:.r.. 1' another person any such power. eyes on the Light House bullIon. Put It to the test. See for your- with correspondence aid.

.; : Each Individual must rely on his the Rock, Christ Jesus. self how quickly It works and It has been said that the A. I. B.. wares is absoluely\ \ imperative.

lotI" or her own relation to God and May at, 1O3O: what it does. Money back If It\ as It Is familiarly known through
/r\ _ _ Christ for his or her personal sal Faith Knows-For we know
doesn't bring quick improvement, out the banking field Is the greatest L ,
,:t vation. The carelessness of the that. If our earthly house of this and satisfy you completely Try adult educational organization ,, -

.i: t %1L, foolish virgins was fatal, for tabernacle were dissolved we have Cystex today. Only 60c. Corpen- In the world and Is supplying the ., !

': "While they went to buy the a building! of God, a house not Ing'a Drug Store. banking business with the largest We will be pleased to analyze
bridegroom came; and they that made with hands eternal In the supply' of trained workers each year your problems

'L 4,! 'I were ready went lu with him to heavens.-2 Cor. 6:1. Ft. Lauderdale Maryland that any comparable line of business ,

Z the marriage; and the door Prayer:, 0 God: we "Dimly Hotel purchased by Wellington O.ollwortb. Is receiving. The orlan Is..

,i' % was shut. Afterward came guess from blessings known of lion holds aa annual convention at.

also the other virgins, say greater, out of sight." + Tampa Columbia River Paper tended by hundreds of young bank

: fr ;? ' leg Lord Lord, open to us. But May 23, 1OIIO company recently received workers as weir as senior bank of -

he answeted and saId Verily I say The Final Reckoning For we .barter of Incorporation. fleers' actively Interested In furtherIng Bradford

1.i' 'i unto you I know you not." must all appear before* the Judgment Orlando--Bllrk's Tropical Paint the Institute's educational work County TelegraphPRINTERS

'j 1!'. The guests had been admitted, seat of Christ;'that everyone Company changed name to Burk's at which numerous technical subjects -

' the feast was probably being serv' may receive the things done in his Tropical Paint.Company, Inc. ot practical banking-applica AND PUBLISHERS'I'

'- k ed. Custom would not permit their body, according to that he hath Pensacola -r $1.000.000 addition lion are presented and discussed.

L'1_ disturbance. Because we may delay done, whether' It be good or bad.- to New Port Company will This year's convention will be held

I until the door Into eternal life :2 Cor. 5iu.: produce Insulating board In Immense at Denver Colorado. June IK to 10.

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ball and roller bearings. ,
electric More than
the,] are engaged in a study of the tax twenty
,, Friday afternoon. situation. Ease of control. '
steel-spoke wheels. 55 to 65 miles an hour. Quick acceleration. t
valued -

Miami at retail- Assorted prices liquors at approximatelY Fort Pierce Jake Whlddon, Low first cost. Economy of operation. Reliability and long life. Good dealer service. VhyJN

$14.760 and contained In 38, Jacksonville produce buyer,

sacks, was held today following died In a hospital this afternoon '
:330 raid by prohibition agents from injuries received when his

a deputy sheriffs in an apajtmeiit motor truck *ns struck by a Flor-

and In the exclusive\ winter colony ida East Coast passenger train at

section of Miami Beach No Sebastian yesterday. Whiddon ap-
were made. parently lost control of the machine *

arrests as he approached a crossingand
turned down the track meeting -
Quincy-The development of the locomotive headon, witnesses llItlUItY: lUXiKHS: !' Ml

the sour cream shipping project said. He was picked up by Sometime there were pains all ov-\ I

which was established by the train men and brought to a hos- er my body and my back hurt me e .& *

QuincY Chamber of Commerce sev- pital here. terribly. Sargon gave me a, splen- i lvir5
eral weeks ago. Is showing excellent did appetite without a suggestion

results. The shipments are grade of stomach trouble, my color Is _
Tampa- every
increasing each week with a cooperation clear and healthy looking, my nervousness -
and junior high school In Hlllsbor-
among the farmers has dissappeared and I
dairy cattle _that cannot be I ough county was closed for the feel better than I have felt In a I J IS
own year after today's lessons, becauseof ,
surpassed In any county. long time. This, remarkable
Insufficient funds to finance a l
-- medicine did this for me and at dlt
nine-months session, according to
Lake City-The bright bleat. a time when I had just about lost
Anderson, Jr., chairman
John O.
Columbia county, held : well again
crop In hope of ever being t
board. SenIor <
school -
of the county -
down by exceslve wet and cool "Sargon Pills toned up my liv-
schools will be continued
weather has started growing ott er and completely relieved me of
until June 6. County
nicely, during the past ten days contsipation."-Mrs. Mary Rogers
weather shows said they have to borrow about 80th St., Little River, ..vs""rru
and as the warm teachers' salarlela 237 N. E. r i .
of keeping up and the' $60,000 to meet Miami. Canova Pharmacy, agent. A' t8r
promise having stopped, a due and make needed repairs on I .r S ..... ( ,'
heavy good yield and a good quality Is school buildings.- I ;;::gladeS" Is being held here in -

Indicated., Tallahassee-Co-operating with I jail. Atlanta authorities wired

residents interested In stockingthe that they believed the swamp -.
St. Petersburg Introducingthe fresh waters of their respec- ( dweller to be Beckworth, and a "" .

city's prize crank, not knownby tive counties'with black bass,. the deputy from Georgia is on his way

name, because the police didn'thave state game department is preparIng here to take him back. Frightened

It. lie called headquartersat to place thousands of fry in darkles In the Lake Okeechobee c
1:30 m. He was peeved. A from here told of
: a. rearing ponds in the vicinity of section 40 miles
mocking bird was srhging near his Leesburg Haines City, Palatka the weird being who would emerge TUB NEW FORD TUDOR 5RDANRoadster t
Would the police shoo It of the
window. Kissimmee, Tampa and Clearwater. from the solitary recesses I
away or get rid of It f "It youdon't Local authorities are preparIng swamp, drive them away, and steal
leave town," he assured Sheriff Elmer '
for receiving,the try by removIng their food. Deputy De Lus *Coupe 15:')() Convertible Cabriolet $643Three
the desk man. all adult fish and rendering Padgett succeeded in capturing the $135 Coupe. . $500 wlntow Fonder 'Sedan $521:
-, forage conditions as favorable as man who told a wild incoherent Phaeton . $440 Tudor Sedan . $500 4IiD Lute Sedan $650 Town Sedan . $670
Fort Myers-Anna Elizabeth possible in the lakes that have story of himself. Sport Coupes' 4530: .
Hawkins Infant, died here yester .....,mt law-..
As lire
been selected for that purpose. ., Bun.p.r..nd.p.r.
day from the effect of a sandspurvhkh as preparation Is completetho Miami-Nathan Orebulirin, MI- JU prieM/*... """" */',pliuVWfhl end Hm< .*payment-y. vfw..oth r ford.eonomy.MOTOR \
soon IMMTMf CrWl Company plan at ,
throat In
in her held
lodged fry will be transferred to ami real estate agent was
September. Surgeons removed the contempt of court today for ap-
them. COMPANY;
obstruction but warned her par- proaching Circuit Judge Vuul D. NORD 1r

fOU that the passage was BO weak- Orlando The finance and taxation Barns with a proposition to pay I
ened that the baby would be su- committee of the Florida the jurist $5,000 or more to decide -

noeptlble to pneumonia. The child League of Municipalities will rec- padlock proceedings instituted :
contracted a cold recently with fatal the Miami Beach residence board of commlMslonors -
ommend to the parent body at Its tho alleged. kidnapping Tallahassee--
results. Scarface Al Capone "ac- him. Police said the wltnoH
late of wounding Inxtllullniifl\
convention at St. Petersburg of state STEUL COURTNEY
to law." After signing to and murder of Joe Durrance
Holland came
In June, a number of tax reformsas negro charged correct any 'IG
to UIIAM! (
preliminary took steps today
The Barns
City -- order, Judge by members -
Panama pursued '
contempt was
of study and the tarred him Into gangsters
work In advanceof a result of a period committing Greb- his home in Platt, that may exist at the And '"
construction Irregularities
I meeting here. signed an order of for three hours jute IIMtl.IIIIOHKIl .
culminating in a window made gang UI'lT..auU: :
erecting the huge plant for the stein to Dade county jail until the open through a ; protectionby various Mate convict' road camps ,
to be He
the recommendations by afternoon. /I'I'\'rM:/
Among and dance
la not him mount a stump, charges of mistreatment -
Harbor had
Kraft paper mill In Bay of "a further notice. Qrebstein Into the house of a aftttr Investigating;
breaking Fla.
will be Imposition was Starke
made toe
One ,
The place Gor- shooting at his feet of the ramps located -
going rapidly forward. non-essentials" been arrested today. J, F. in Hialeah and seized a at one
doea not in the least resemble' proper sales tax on would don attorney for Capone, reported shot off, physicians said. Holland stranger with which he stood off near. Freeport The charges
what It was a few weeks ago. Practically the major portion of for tax 1 that the man had visited him the negro said, made him drink shot assailants gun and the woman who wets made to the hoard several
municipalities and his
In the vicinity be alloted to another at- liquor, climb into a trunk Frank Newman paroled
houses by
all of the and Vincent C. Giblln, fainted weeks age
Including the relief. A plan whereby a part of in their then Rolland forced down the lid po'nted: out the weapon The Investigation Dudley, the board set next Friday w
of the mill automobile license torney for the gangster, excitement.. Later he escaped prlHOiier.
and rail- the gasoline and "fix Injuring his jaw. Finally Walker from In tho suspension to- for him on charge ,
he could resulted hearing
commissary for
old hotel, the would be offices and said that to justice of the peace who a
him a
of the shot
taxes white man the S.'c
road shop, have been razed. to the cities and tho judge for $6,000." said the called deputies to protect him lie day of II. Dudley, captain of of mistreating UU primmer J.
turned over the
and left. said two men chased him and tried I ramp and In consideration by mitch, superintendent of the state-
Key West-The body of Alfred towns. Arcadia-Bruce Rolland, of I his car from the board of proposal* by Its members state prison ;,
Residents of to force DrV'. II. Cox
Beach farm
Miami be taken ;
this morn- being held IItroet'l all while prisoners\
Itob rts, 72, was found Harbor Is that
Charlotte his over a
Believed to methods He drove car Stephens, physicianat
West Palm Hialeah had a taste gang and replaced by physician' ;
Mitch work
his '
of of road
ing In front of the vault here following the death the house where the from other
and to and
escapedlife who ran ,
be Ben Beckworth today and ona woman general tho Freeport camp
dead wife In the city cemetery. A who ell Walker, an aged negro, who with woman loaned him a shot gun. negro convicts, and that a ordered here for the '
from Atlanta, a man fugitive a shot gun all are being
termer Issued to
loaned a he
pistol bullet had pierced his right authorities said charged that Holland appeared and frightened "clean up" order
coroner's jury returned has terrorized negro bean pickersnear under the Influence of which to protect himself fainted. I eald.J ramp officials. After
temple. A while the man away, he
and has acquired state
Pahokee for days I Itrantley L. Busbee, star '
fatally\ '
a verdict of suicide. Employes liquor, totured him before suspending 1. j
at the cemetery told authorities the title "Wild----. man- -. of the -- -- - ---- '-- --" --. '._.. u i :: "r' I'
that the dead man had been spend- ------ -- -

ing from one to two hours a day DOROTHY DARNIT
beside the vault since his wife's :

death two years ago. I I Ir ONE 1 ""HI\.T tqTMINC. KI1J' ou .
HHH fc P 1 i NT V 1
..,.E i\r-I D 0"- I \ vm vr. oo-voo ( MADE MAN I Yoe NEO .. PgTtN T:
candidates '
Pensacola Negro f AOaaT 1 I
; !
have entered the political races in \\ MV PAPA t'T ',,\...LTO / 101\&:"''''' -Of TMfVT. ? \ I \WoRR f .rT (. I

Eacambla county for the first time ToUp MEyou'ixe MYSELF r-4 H ).

since re-construction days. Nine r\, Cc

negroes have qualified as candi- I \ RICH \ t r I

dates for Republican committeemen .
from Escambia county and r

submitted their oaths at the office _Ie -

of Langley Bell, circuit clerk. r $ 1
Their election wUl be subject to ,--

the Republican primary which will

be held with the democratic prli c 1 t tl t

mary on June 3.RaifordThe. -

large game pre x ./

serve established at the Ralford i
state farm by the state game dePartment .. .."" '\:

Is thriving State Game

Commissioner C. Woodward re- ...r ",, M AMaS.

ported after a recent inspectiontrip. I
,.. -----
O.rrw --- -
-- --- -
about __ -- ---
The preserve covers u -
forty acres and harbors pheasant; ,- -- -- p p- -- By L. F. Van Zelm J ';'

quail deer and other specie of .
wild life. Mr. Woodward found THING ON MAIN STREET" .u' lrma
"THE ]MAIN 1'1'I
the pheasants doing fine ., /: I
building up quite a colony among "'-' THAT tAP EAt4OD4 ::

themselves. '- MIntE CAM TOU IEHD LA'\T wEEk IT WA1 BREAKFAST<; S. SUPPER lb '

Tampa-With-suggestions received J uity UU2ZMAIN r ME 'A BUCK ? I'll Go a r IT WAS BUCKS A 'CIGAR'STE.- A'1 f:1: BUT H6 SKIPSLUtrCN" r NIM BeG AQDE"'TJ '1EU

than 600 Florida STREET <5 PA"'f'OU' AFTER YOU. SAY '-' I
from more EACH TIME ,;}J loTtS ram l 1 : .
residents and more coming in O."T. ," NtW3PAPE2THE \ "1OU'LL PAY ME AFTEGLUNCH /ca II I t1.u" I .! n\ ,
almost dally regarding proposed j \
\ ) I eSTATE I
revisions In Florida taxation structure HElvE OF
and with the list of facts .

Tenths Preventable ,

Nine-tenths of all tho diseases of tho STREET '4 HOST ""A-a..4.J '+..+ Ow F'rsEAVEN9 ''
directlyto MAIM
American people can be traced .ix' ,
constipation, doctors say. Constipation 9ERSISTEnT( WEST WAS a

throws into the system poisonst AROUND( THIS,' MORNINGTttXIMCJ ... .
iach: taint and weaken every organ A q
easy T<3 SNAKE( j I
(It tho body and make: them -- ,Q
v-itiaa for nny prnw which attack: COUPLE OF :POLLAUS our PeaSPIRATION :

11 .ay Prevent constipotion and you OP MIME v. M SLUG, S -s- L2
*!t1 l avoid nine-tenths of all diseaaej, GUAIZI)4 __ :
with their conflFTmcnt pain and *1nan OuR GEI'fEI2OU9 L

: .'al losses Heroine the good oldv .IAN OF THE LAW.

rctabla cathartic, will prevent con- firLEe.el.. .._ .
ripatinn:> in a natural, easy and d'rfi

H"usant..ay.Get a bottle today from swa4 carne." rasa... .
Can ova. Pharmacy.

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r1, salt PAGE POUIl BRADFORD' OOtrWTT TELEGRAPH. 8TARKK. FLORIDA ... ___ ___.__.___._ _'___ FRIDAY. MAY !10, IAyep
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Alderman Monday afternoon.The ed church here last Sunday OUTGO, MORE of the county and district, bonded

I devotional was in charge of HAMPTON Mi- and Mrs. A. J. Wilson of SAMPSON CITY THAN INCOME debt while the courts were pa nln!

i president!'! Mrs. 'Alderman, af- MI.. Adu minima. Cor. Osprey, were the guettts' of Mrs. M I.. Cite Tfcom,'cor.' l illative upon the act constitutionality,providing for of a Ie:
t which the routine business was Wilson's mother Mn. Idella nlHbul'Nf"Rltmt8 of State Funds fir die.

B:11s rendered and al- Priest this week. Amount to Million and Half bursement. Receipts for
Mrs. O. Haynes had as her aW: Mrs. J..1. J. McKinney\ month to the credit of the( <.an'
and plans made for work Mrs. 0 W. Shaw daughter, the More Than ICwelpt During
p this week. Mrs. O. L The death angel entered fund totalled $1,364.241 Ot 1
..f for clothing a family of moth- wero the guests of Mrs. Shaw's the Month of
S" oIIIIts.. JOHNS/ (U\'I: : and Mrs. Chas. Arrendell, home of Mr. J. A. J. McKInney
Haynes mother, Mrs II. F. Chesser last Other disbursements
not ,
''I. V 8I ; )<'.\MT :TO I XI children. Attendance and took away their wife and April, Reports duller,
: of Starke.
4'(/;If Offering $1.50. All felt Sunday. Show April were general federal .?
I r 19 1930. ?
11 a very pleasant and helpful The church was beautifully decorated Mrs. Josephine Sullivan, visited mother on April born In the road. 625042.48; general ,III

,t The executive had taken place. Next in pink and white flowers her sons A. L. and Martin Sulli- Mrs. McKInney 1859. She was was a member Tallahassee May 10. Dis- spectlon $130,695.10; public fr..,,

\II\. } Woman's Club meeting will be held with anl potted ferns. The following van at Theressa last Sunday. year of Christian church and was bursements of state funds amounted school fourth gas tax, $145.61 I:,
breakfast Tuesday Mothers' Day service was rendered Mr. and Mrs. W. Kennedy, of the 60, and public free
//i ta' !. S. L. Peek. ..Rv mother. She Is sur- to a million and a half dollars school '?,,?
t ten to twelve, by by the Baptist Sunday school proprietors of Hampton Beach, en- devoted her husband, tbreedaughters. more than receipts during the cent gall tax, $219,1-77.36

,! at her home on N. ANimiCWH (UVI<;N SEVEN last Sunday, May 11th at 10:30a. tertained forty of the Gainesville vived by Mrs. J. L. Wynn. Mrs month of April, the monthly) Other !items of receipts wen. .

Breakfast was ':.\ I"on MAMIIK HOOTING m.: Song, Memories of Mother, University boys and ther! professors and Mrs. Nlram Wynn treasury report showed, today. general revenue, $692.6112.i
race, the guests by the Sunday school; Prayer by last Thursday evening. A L. J. Kite The treasury balance pension tax, $140,765.54$ federal
on April
,+ their places by (Continued from page 1.) Jle '. Norris; reading, What bountiful supper was served and four eons, Messrs. Earnest, Carl be-, 30 was $7,320,523.12 comparedwith aid road 121024.00; state road

? I cards, to which Would Mother Do?, Carolyn Harrlson bathing was greatly enjoyed.Mr. John, and Volley McKInney, license gas '$462.803.15 ;
$9,127,075.20 the last state
i of his left hand the hand grandchildren and on day
silver vase given" as ; A Crown for Mother Annie O. L. Harrison left this sides many of March. federal aid road, $121,855.30.
aJ In his pocket at the time. ,
i guest. Large ba Laura Tucker; reading by Fred week for Los Angeles, Calif., and friends. public free school, fourth gas tax,
For the defense Andrews first Carl of ThanksWe Receipts for April were $4.022101.42 ,-
't S lilies and red rick Watterson; The Magic Word other places fit interest $150,934.39; public free school
,, : I Lacy Varnes who stated wish to thank all those who while disbursements were
for decorations. Blanche Faver Special Music:
by ; Verl Manalre is spending a few one cent gas tax, $226,401.58
I q A" Mrs. Johns he drove from Ralford with I would Hear My Mothers' Voice weeks with his father, Thos. Man- were so kind and willing to help $5,822.663.50. .
v! and that be followed An- the sickness and death ot Among the disbursements was
One Like
I president of the Once More; No just alre at Miami.
the past year, this to the Grlffls place in anoth- Mother Lela Mae Sparkman; our loved one. an item of $3,413,101.18 taken Lake Worth-New Piggly wig-

meeting of the car with Will Fredell, and upon Duet, The Sweetest Story Ever Mr. J. A. J. McKinney and chil- from the gas tax which accumu- gly; Store opened to public at corner

1 r b! and In behalf of of the Manlre party walk Told; reading. Because She is a I Idren.We" lated, in the treasury for- payment of Lake Avenue and K streets
to the car. He testified that as RISING bad services here Sunday r .
,, If. Ritch made a Mother, Edna Rhames; song, Tell r -.
ciation praising the Mantre walked to the II Mother I'll Be There. MI. Irln, MrKae, Cow afternoon by Rev. J. T. Guy of !
1 from the that he kept '
car Starke.
r tl. the retiring Mr. and Mrs. O. Haynea! cele
4 posing of final a pocket light on and off brated Mothers' Day with a family Mi'. J. E. Norman visited his Miss Dorothy Smith returned f

k fS!}, !{ ing adjourned at that Andrews asked him to reunion. Fortunately' their chll son, Mr. Kd Norman of the Hell- home last week after a'week's vis- HAMPTON BEACH CHATEAU
l After the shooting he said It at Flagler Beach.
Members of the bronn section Sunday.
w dren are all living and were all ,
a present were" ran to his car and fell in; present at this great occasion. The Mrs. L. Davis of Sanderson, Mr. and Mrs. Rogan Smith and ,
f L. he helped him in and that An- the week-end with her sister Dorothy JUST ARRIVED THE FINEST LINE OF BATHING
, l,{ kins. O. Beasley large dining room was beautifully i spent children and niece Miss I
V a .ti F." C. Hoover, Jr. asked him If be should ac- decorated and the dining table in Mrs. H. M. McRae. Smith were visiting in Hawthorn SUITS. COME AND TRY A. SWIM IN ONE. CLEAN
1 ward Burns, C. A. the wounded man to Mr. and Mrs.
4 Crews Wainwright .
the center of the room was draped Sunday.Mr.
; On cross-examination I BEACH. NEW PIER. CLEAN SANDY SHORE.
t Robinson. W. E. in white linen and centered and brother, Percy, were among Mac Davis left Monday for
Knight t, J. L. Peek. testified I he shook hands hose who attendee church here I
with a. snow white cake, which Flagler Beach where he will spend
; man J. II. RItch, Charlie Manlre and that the bore the word "Mother." This Sunday. some time. Nice Cool Pine Woods-Bring the Family and
was apparently friendly.
and Miss Mabel Bro. Taylor of Hampton preached -
\" \ beautiful. cake was. encircled with .
I:'( t'; .,t')> guests: Mrs.' C, C. ] according: to his testimony, which a very Interesting sermon at S
for' Friends
all kinds of eats
ap- Second for
the house and asked Plant
from City -
; : fn, pa; Mrs. L. A. \ petite could wish. The living room the church Sunday afternoon. The
't I ;1 J derson, N. C.; Mrs. party were officers and that degree team of the'Woodmen of cold packing strawberries openedon
& :; i a'. Mrs. D. A. held his gun in readiness was tastefully decorated with Eas- the World from Starke also had a South Drane street. Skating Every Afternoon and Evening
I ter lilies, poppies and potted ferns.
be walked where
to they 'I
E. Corpenlng. up in the
a 1 very interesting part pro- NEW TEA ROOM
i' l' Mr. and Mrs. Haynes received
and that no member of the .
'. The of the
I ijj I ; I'', many beautiful and expensive gram. following boys

i:, I ? }I J, II, x CIRCLE l\nI<; (] Andrews party made before any the'move presents. Those who participatedat team taking part: B. J. Starling Popular Prices. Admission to the grounds free

It, ', fff" ( BAPTIST W. M H. this wonderful occasion were captain; Zenls Grlffls, -Lt., J. J.
told him, he stated that
1 ,
Moore 1st. E. N. Cole-
sergeant -
1 1J
II f/\: f" I I shot him It accident." their six children: Bun Haynes,
J;i { l'I was an E. Silcox
( ? Mrs. C. A. of Winter Haven; Mrs. P. J. man, A. Winkle;Henry\ ,
the most
I ); to Circle No. 1 damaging Pearce of Starke; Mrs. G. V. Phil- J.. D. Wilkinson,' Fred Rhoden. L.
t : l' at three-thirty, at against Andrews was A. Crosby, F. M. Clark, Gus Fln-
!r" lips of Lake Butler; Mrs. T. J.
',,0// ; I + ,f.i,; West Call street.. by Will Fredell, witness for Thomas, of Valdosta Ga.; Mrs. P. ey, Louis Newmans;;,'j. ((3. Star-

I. I :}. er, Mrs. J. M. ; defense. Andrews apparently B. Hun and Mrs. R, M. Fave-r- of ling. L. B., Silcox, ''R;:'lJ. Thomas,
Healthful Exercise
.{' the devotional ed the effect of Varnes' and D. Wilkinson rg&"Inman, F. A Clean is offer-
Hampton[ ; the other guests were
testimony on the Jury, as
I F':V Murphree. Glasses that please at prices
r J ness session
G. V. Phillips. Mrs. B. Haynes
f' stated when he took the stand
Several of the'young folks from afford to Nothingbut
it? \ Plans were made you,can pay.
Misses Annie May, Mary Wonder
hIs own behalf that the two Wateroak attended the services the best materials used. Every -
!" ber'one to entertain i Margaret and Edna Pearce, Lorene .
.4 g Monday afternoon, not testified. Fredell in when the manner he Thomas. Blanche and Haynes Fa- Sunday afternoon. abio Mr.. andMr pair guaranteed to please. ed by BowlingA
placed on
Inman from Starke. No for Examination
{ a,(! \ at the home of ver, Martha Haynea and Pauline a. Charge
.1l);;..,. I:; White. All : stand was asked by Andrews Geiger, KOdaktng was enjoyed In r DR. MATIIIS .
the In his words
ry (, to attend the story own the afternoon. Dade City Flower show held SOU Masonic TempleJACKSONVILLE
: 'Wednesday lie did BO, starting with the Grlffls here under auspices Dade CityWoman's FLA. Nationally patronized by old and
it } ij ijeach he left Ralford with An- Mr. and Mrs. A. J. of game
;)\? p ,of the afternoon was ; Starke, attended church here last Club.

+ tf' the garments to be Sunday evening. -- --- 'young enjoying a pleasant recreation.We .
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-- -
.A*' ; I.' 'used for.local needs. at the Griffin place, Mrs. A. A. Futch and daughter, BEST ROOM AND BOARD IN STARKE
stated Andrews hailed the
lf'r\ Mrs. knight I Miss Lewis are the guests of Mrs. ,
S'\ '1i freshments to the and 'upon receiving no an- Futch'a sister, Mrs. K. B. Watter- ONLY $8.00 PER WEEK invite you to visit our plant and enjoy

r i j, cle members: started cursing, whereupon aon. MRS. W. MOTES
!! called to Andrews to stop the
ShepardV James Durden ---'-- game
i Mrs. T. J. and daughter -
l't'3'' *, C. Robinson, W profanity. Andrews reply was Mrs. H, F. Chesser were dinner STEAM PRESSING COMPANY

,'Qr '.1 'H. Wilson W. L. his gun through the : guests of Mrs. O. L. Beasley Suits Cleaned Pressed and ReshapedJ.
1 \' Brownlee :and O. C. and when It was opened by ,
:: Clrclo number he walked In and around .st Starke last Sunday n Frank Thoman-Phone.52Charmer's .Soeeial.fealures sponsored daily
I,c the place: Fredell said the ReV. Norris palto'r of the First .
Mrs. A. M, Darby, \
t '
Baptist church preached at eleven
YI i'' the devotional party arrived about this
.and that he was Bent by An- a. m. The subject used was
fx' I, plcndid talk on OW"f'W. 'Christian. Growth" and the scrip- and
It to see who they were and weekly
ject. During the
1t'C.1' turo: text, "118 Came That we
I "+ ,' it rched them while Andrews kept
waq planned to h
Might Have Life, and Have It
l h' party covered.; listed
and at the next Abundantly." :
I 14 be the sewing for the stated Charlie Manlre
At 8 p. m. Rev. F. M. Taylor A CORDIAL INVITATION
,fi' i ft.ent, at this'mooting getting out ot the car;: as An- preached a Mothers' Day sermon _
'>. E. M. L. U. walked with the at
:: Thomas !! up gun
The attendance was good at both
';.i f C Edwards, F. F. and he asked Andrews not services' and all enjoyed a feast
:!l: O. J., Griffln and A. the gun adding that Cyril for' the soul.
Mrs. Q. also asked him not to
: W.
A. L. Sullivan and daughter
'(, ;.,.' ed circle number as his brother was deaf and Miss Thelma, of Theressa, attend- tooe
r 1< 'f home on N. Walnut Following the shot, 'the WALKER'SBOWLING

?[ ''ii i) service was stated, Manlre hopped the r
p'' leader, Mrs. distance to his car where he Nature Thought ot

; business session in. Fre- Everything
'rk was while trying to get
members present : '. Imitation of the mute's cries Nature' of everything whenthe PARLORNext
t W.' J. Epperson P. being shot brought a broad human body was made. When the

1, w'' J. H. Pitts 8. L. to Andrews face, and he cov ody is about sign mto HI, natureplanned
1 danger Theatre
,:':; mond. J* H. Lord, J. his face with his hand to hide warn us. to Building
Thus[ if our children grind their teeth .:..1'
smile the witness told t
as when they Bleep l or lack; appetite or
Eas r 'lUSH W1tLER () haste with which Reddish suffer from abdominal pains, or itch.bout ". .

: I. 'r, TO'AUXIIJiRY' Sapp left the scene. He fur the nose and fingers wo should -
I'l; ::.1'< stated that Sheriff Epperson mow that they may have contracted
."r The Woman's sent word by him to Senator rorma. Then, if we are wise, we buy a
ij t J' Presbyterian$ church bottle of White's Cream Vermifuge and I\Z\
Andrews) for him to come .
,! C( JI g evening with Miss safely and surely expel the worms.Thuswe '
make bond for his grandson.
,: avoid the danger of very serious Can You Afford It?
"i ? x .. f: and held l a most In taking the stand, rouble.White's Cream Vermifuge costs q' .
11", & +I Ing. bo had taken several drinks only 30o a bottle,and can: tw bought from

I rJtI.**'. I: Dr. C. ,W. leaving .Ralford and more Canova pharmacy.

'::1f.''''a 1! 'Farms, led the arriving In Starke. He had '

'fJc. i.' ',\ and Mrs. Bowman, bin thumb several days.before .
fi r' Farms, made a that after he received no an- GAIETY Coffee - - - 4 Ihs. 79c -

::tot. P' the South American from Grime when he called Jm. vQ
Dr.. and Mrs. W.
; J. gun was discharged when the

x, y added to Ute Interest slipped from beneath the lOlbs GRITS- 35c I
,p t Ing. Mrs' Skinner thumb when he attempted to THEATRESTARKE - - : ...

}' the North Florida It lie stated he sent Fre- I

i a During,a to the Manlre car when it FLA. 35c
l'4 iod Miss Weller 101bsMjEAL'I - -
1I up and that Fredell called I
refreshments to the and said the Manlre party .

f V of guests him and that,he walked up '
the party with' gun cocked. Friday and Saturday Slbs.RICE25cColo
a l 'WOMAN'; fl.fll [
if'J' of the Manlre party, he r
RKHVLAK ) .; May 16-17
w resulted In finding three

r .. : bottles of liquor, and that the Dog and Cat Food - l lOc .

:, The May meeting wall discharged when he start- Ken MaynardIn
was held
to hand It to Fredell.
.,,./ ,. with the ,
; /'jternoon
I further stated that he knew Salmon 4 17
E. M. Johns .- - - - cBallard's
'' would be arrested If he stayed A vacation is not too expensive
111 After a business "T" Rider"Also
town and gave as his reason he e Royal

r If'i i i gram Bitch health led was committee In turned the not stayed want Ions to stay enough In jail to, and see Pan Cake Flour, 2 for 25c .when you consider the pleasureand

important In the bauds of a physician "SKCOND HUNnilKD YEARS" benefits conferred. It's worth
., t',i Mabel Weller also arrange for payment of ex unit PATIIK NKWHWr'csday Raisin 2 for f 25cJibb's
Cr health program of Incurred. He acknowledged Bran, - saving for. If you start early

cy.. shooting and based his plea on
Miss! Florence
$ !< grounds that It was accidental, & Thurs. enough you can easily afford a
} '
;rtf; [ panted byMlss,
,,, r two lovely voice ; when he was on the witness ( Pork. & Beans - 3for 25c ..

Mian Martha and when he made h's short May 2122L" splendid vacation by devoting a

',II &: ., studying under \ to of the the jury.court His to allow mother's her re to portion of your weekly income to
i Picnic Hams Per Ib. -23c
t dleton favored the Velez WilliamP -, .1- -
n4 ''4 two excellent a statement to the. jury was I ,
by Judge Adklns. .. a special vacation savings
1 At the close of -*. Jetta GoudalIn I ac-
hostesses served S- lb. 25cI
i'' J, wafer. The Board of Alderman., Oil Sausage, per -. - count.Bradford.

; ternoon 'were: construct'on rf wers I
k Knight J. W. West Tampa costing $7,600. i W. Griffith's

Y i Mack, Fl. 1. Biggs. Westvllle, -- New schoolitld- / f the Pavements I Smoked Sausage, per Ib25c:
; j ,L. A. Darts John to be erected here, to < np '
'''s County Bank
'Irv Futch. 30000. And I
Palatka *-- New libra". ? it

3 V mi'TIST!! W, M. and 'opened here. '_Ie of "TARZAJT Evans Food' Store. Bradford County's Financial; Stronghold

$ t 4 Big Pine V Big P'r on
'; d Circle No. 3 of Pine Key,.will ran tl, 'IK TIGEII \" STARKE, FLA.'JI'I"1'I',7" .

II M. S. met at the ..... -

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day afternoon for New Orleans, week-end In Lawtey with relatives.Mr. I':. T. C..nt..y-Mov..d. .

whero they will attend the Southern J. II. Moore and son, D ,,,.. A.X S.1., "rl..tonlIlov..II.V. eow..rt-Mnv".I..

Baptist Convention. Moore have gone to Ft. Meade T. Flnctivr- Movitd.
In the Old Days .J/cIIl/ad to
Bits OfEjiral where they will ship corn and lohn C. JII."on-Mov"I'Orllll* L>"ad.Mitrfon j ..

M,'. and Mrs. Tate Powell ofMacclenn beaus Phillip. J. Urnu-l>"u<1. '(
) spent Friday In Starke Quite a few Lawtey folks mo- J..hnV, <)r..en-I> .
' ) with !Mrs. Lucy Powell. They re- tored out to Klngsley. Lake Sun- Arthur.>. Hitch I'.Clrern 1..rrn1l.h-l\IoV."t.. -Dem). Wait An Hour or So White I their "

r.i"Vi turned home Saturday, accompanied day afternoon W. 11'. IlurnnKo, -l>vnd.
T. N. Ilarrlli-Moved.Vv. .
by Mrs. Powell who spent the Sir\ and Mrs. Chapman and a '. J. 1I,1T8--III..v..I.

week-end> In Macclenny. party of friends from Jacksonville Albert ...ivitmnirjtMov {Wives Dressed for the .

Concerning Our People, Business and visited Mrs. Anna L'ou'; Godwin Sarah Gars Edith A. Malpnit J""l1h'II'-l\Iov..d.-Moved.. Parly. ..j'l
of the County and Town. Mrs. O. J. Griffin had as guests Sunday. airs Hulah 11. Ma lima. -Moved.J. Iti "
progress recently Mn. and Mrs. Wilbur Bur- The Sewing Club under the direction I N, 1II..1I.lIov..I. j' r.
H. N..w.on'-n..d. ,
gas and baby A. G. Dyal and of Mrs. Chandler met with A. N. I'hilllpe-Mnved. .

.52. --------.::-. -c:..-. ------ tssSc Inf1ltTiiIat daughter, Miss Cora Dyal, all of Miss Mary Lucille Torode last l.llllan. Phillip*-Moved.O. . -

j CJC-" REPORT Will! have Jacksonville; Mrs. Marie McCan. Monday. The little guests spent A. PemloyMoved.Nelson T. Hltoh-Dead.Kinnm Now a womnn con Blip on the three things nlnwenrv while her
.: sweet potato and to
: less and baby of Tampa. the afternoon Hh'hard-Dead.
sewing, after( which
--- mato plants as soon as It rains. J. n. \V. Hn..IIKrnvl\Iov. husband la combing his hair.!
13, 1930 P. Klckliter. the little hostess assisted by her f'vrun II, SlNtrunk'! -Moved..
ending May Mothers' Day was appropriately .
week mother, served delicious Ice Henry I. Stevenson-Pond
Max. Min., Precip. '- observed Sunday at the Baptist a ,"!I..... M. SrruKKH"" -Moved.II. Spanking/ of underwear reminds. me of u story I once heard:

118 t 7 86 69 J. O. Boyd wan a business visitor Methodist and Presbyterian course E. E. Burney was a business visItor A. TuckerMoved.itohcrta Tucker-Moved.. A young lady vat next to a dlMtlngultihed bishop at n church

8 88 69 61 Jacksonville Tuesday after- churches. There was a wealth of to Jacksonville Friday.Mr. John Martha\....tiI"I'P-t While->en Doad.Precinct
9 86 -I cholco flowers and fine music fur- and Mrs. II. B. Arwood have Mo. 3 time she hesitated to speak to him. Finally seeing Home
85 61 C nished by the choirs.Mr. Jacob .
10 an their TJumllo-llend.Kred
11 guents.their daughter and bananas
86 62 -I Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee K. Chnse-Dead. passed she seized the opportunity to Blurt a conversation -

\ 85 63 were at the State Farm Monday and Mrs. L. S. hullo and baby from and Alabama.Mr. their.son, Angus Arwood MTM.. C.Nellie Ouwnt. -UllrtlnTU..d.A. Moved.Mm. / . with him and said "I beg/ your pardon, but are you fond

13 88 60.- Mrs.visiting J. S.her, Supt. fend family spent last Sunday In Jacksonville and Mrs. F. Jl. Carradlne J.. Huns Harrl*Uuc.-Moved..t- .Moved.J. of bananas?" The Bishop was slightly deaf and leaning/ -

guests of their daughterand ; spent Sunday evening In Jackson it. K. Ifun..h.r-1'ove. ,,, < ward her replied "Pardon me but what did you say'" "I said"
for week _____.00 son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. A, Myrla Kite-Dciul.
rainfall Mr. and Mrs. T.'C. Hawkins of ville. (\ It. Mark*-Moved.Mm. repeated the poling/ lady blushing furiously, "Do you like bananas -
H Hall. Mrs: Hall and baby . 1'I1.h: 1I11'IIUlion-lIlov..t.I
Cuban flint Daytona Deac'h. Mr. and Mrs. O. A Andersonhad '" The Bishop pondered the question +
loan June and were guests recently came home with them to spend "l\Irllllllon-Mnv..d. jlrn( ply for a moment -
ij. F Klckllter, of Mr. and Mrs. George C. this week. as their guests unday. Mrs John\\'. H. II.Nabl N..w"o"-D..a.l.>-I>eail.. and then answered: "It Is a curious intention but If you

White **:? ": Albert Anderson and children of Mm. Harriet. H. I'eek-Uead.. wish my honest opinion I have always preferred the old fashioned -
Jr Is In ;'Madison _-1 j Starke. I 1'. K. l-ndipcett-Moved.If. .
E. Wall Mi. and Mrs. Haynes Grant, of W. 1.IU..n..r-Mov..d night shirt. '
leek visiting relatives. Mrs W; B. Alexander and St. Augustine were guests Sundayof Mesdames A. A. Smith'and: Catherine Mm. Annie) K. linhlrmnn-Moved.<

f daughter Miss Wilma of Hampton Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Haynes They Teare and Mian Elizabeth Klttra Harvey leonine M.. Snyder"Hunt Moved.-Dead. You can get either kind at this store and most anything flue.
j. M. Truby spent Saturday were here shopping Monday were accompanied home by Mrs. Howe motored over to Gainesvillelast I.ummla V. Snyilur-Moved.Kred .
afternoon.Mrs. week and the A. Sapp.-Moved.
[kionvllle. spent evening
Charles ArranJell who has been Frank f.. Turner-Moved.
the guest of her brother and sis with Mrs. Smith's brother> and sls- I.llllan Turner. -Moved.I Made to
Jilt;tjs.; tops and rings, also I. C. Raines of Jackson. ter-in-law Dr. and Mrs; Haynes. te.'. Torru..lhL-JInv..d.'orll..II.-lIIovolt.)

[stones. J. F. Kick.lIt r. vllle, returned home Monday aftera Mi\ and Mrs. R. A. Newsom of 1.Mary O. WlllluniM. -IJfacl.K. : : ilk

short visit with her parents Mr Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scott have Starke were visiting her parents :. \Valt..r-lIloved.. merchant.STERNBERG'S ,
K. E.VllleDead
111. King l Is visiting relatives and Mrs. H. E. Lagergren.Mrs. returned from Ormond where Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Howe Sunday. to:. l>. YiirhnrmiKh-Moved.I'rrclnrt : VrlreM the rAiwpetewith
liar Key this week. they visited their son-in-law and J. Byrd-dcml No. 4O. r.' .........
E. M. Johns and Mrs. A, daughter, Mr. and \Mrs. S. C. Car- Palmetto Florida Implement I* (I. l\rry-Mov.
Z. Adkins spent Thursday in Jack. N. U. ..Ion.I'.adI 1'. S. lU-lli-vc It or not Jon g't HIOUVICK: itl Sfi>riilH>rc'M.
Inlcy Lurk of Ralford. was a nell. They were accompaniedhome & Tractor Company will move I. Pr..vatt-noad.
,,!visitor! to Starke Monday. sonvllle as guests of Mr. and Mrs, by their little grandson, Jas. business from Sarasota to this city. K. U. WI!liter..- >"...1.
W. L. Edwards. Precinct No. e
Frederick Carnell. ,
Frank Adaue ..d.
L Myrtle Reddish was In NOTiriaNolle C. A. Deck-Moved. .Ia n... I'hllll\l"-II..I. Harley. J. TlinmnMttead.
s I Humming Bird Hose, all new Friends here of Miss Rae Jack liond-Movtu.Mm. Fred C. I'tllauhlin/ll'-lltoved./ J>J. J. Ward-l>ead.
lonvllle Tuesday In Ituth Uelk-Moved. I'revlnet No. t Vein will pleaite lake tiutlre thatthe
hereby given that the
mid-summer shades;, ,remember Weeks daughter of Mr. and Mrs biiard of county i-nmmlxHionerH of H. A. I>elk-Moved. II J. mover-Muvvd.Mra. hunrd of roiinty onimlMMlonftn. .
they are guaranteed at Stump'sStore. D. D. Weeks of Lacrosse, have re- Bradford County 1I'100001 L .
table of children's socks A, llall-Dead. Tom ParnellMuved.G meet ut the vuiirthouMe tti Htnrke..
Wednesday the ,
Stump's Store. ceived invitations_ to attend her Ifl30. meet at the 14th courthouse luy of May In J. K. tloda-ea"" -Dead< (. C. Haulemun-Moved. I>'lorldlat 10 n'clork. a. m Weiln...
pedal at graduation at Queens College Starke; l>Florida for the purpose of I' 11. Hunt-l>"ad. A. J. n"lIl..r..n-lItov..d. day May lint A. I II. I It.10, for the
W. Hl, HutchliiHKii-Moved II. J. 8ni>-Head.I'reelnet.. purpose of rentorlnir Burn naiuea, II.M.
Mrs. A. Z. Adklns and children, Charlotte N. C. Atone ttnie'MIss! examining hooka revising the primary Alfred llatnin-Moved. No. 'M" hive been Improperly taken off nfKuld
registration nf enlil
I l. J. C Adkins of Gainesville I. Lois and A. Z. Jr., were in Qalneavllle' Weeks was a student. In the Starke and has. eraHed therefrom the county names 11. I. Kile-l>aiul. VIf.\. 1..moll.-l\lov..1I primary hooks, and nny persona
latending legal matters in tT.\ 1I.ILwhorll"Iov.. M. A. flwinoil_|)....<'I. whose nanivii appear above will
to of all have
persons who died or removed
Tuesday and *' there school. from the county1 from one (.h..... II. I'rl"Mt-1I..all. I. I* J KuhilMkM' -Moved.Joneiihlne phase appenr{ at that (lime and nhnw
|e Wednesday. were guests of Mrs; J. 'C. Adklns. precinct to another precinct In the Ruben It. Sullivan' -Uead. <1reen-l>eud ruse why .their names' should be ranti .
K. l'. Williams-Moved. T. J. (lay-Moved. >r il.
Name county or are otherwlao disryualifled -
Mi, and Mrs. A. M. Pettit and | to vote, raid name and N. \.lnwrllht-lIInved.. Mary (lay-Moved.Mra Sly order nf tlie' Itourd of (*""nl y
Lto tops cushions and cush- Mr.tand Mrs. L. C. Ray of Red- family Mr. and Mrs. Kquilla Williams the reasons for their erasure ...pp..r.Ine Preelnrt No. 6M. C1. H. (n..row-lIIov..t. CommlnHloiierK, of llrudford ,'ou..1 Y.
J. Oreen-Moved. H. II ."u-U".I. Florida.
overa. M. Leviton. 26tf dick were week-end, guests of Mr. and son, Charles, of Ala- an follows Precinct, to-wit N..;r 1 C. I. Olllyard-Moved. H (?, llairiie-liiiad.Mr < (1. W. Ar.OKItM: ,'N. flerk
and Mrs. George C. White and Mrs. D. n. tlrownlnir lu-ml. II. )0:. 1II0U'.r-Moved. *. A. Ihrlvor--U..alJ, Iliutrd of County I'ommliiHlonerfi,
chua Col. and E. M. Johns
limitforil "'Iorl"
K. C. NIcholH-Moved. II. 1C. Hhrlver-Moved. t I. County.
ft. L.A. Reynolds of Hender- Mrs. J, W. White. and daughter Gloria Mr. and Mrs. ty.H. T. Uennett-Moved out' of coun -

IN. C., Is the guest of herr Charlie Johns and baby of Baldwin Henry Hoyer-Moved out of coun- ''r---= == --- -=-------: =-::.====== == =--==== = .:::=-....:::::
| Mrs. Elizabeth! Johns. Miss Blanche Alderman was a Mrs. L. A. Reynolds of Hen- tlit C. Brown-Moved< out of county.
dinner guest Saturday evening of demon N. C., spent Mother's Day Elias S. Crawford-Moved out of

and Mrs. D. P. Carpenter Di-. and Mrs J. H., Whittaker, of with Mrs. E. F. Johns. county.Jim C. Crawford Demi.
Monday and Tuesday In the State Farm. J. }i. C..rr"dlne-lIluv8d. out of

svlllelo. ,. Mi1, and Mrs. O. L,. Beasley had county.Htella R. Carradlne-,'Moved. out of Priced top
Martha Brownlee
Mothers' Day her
as guests on county.
B. Flynn of Palatka spent Tuesday from Gainesville where Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Dur- Iiavld Purlian-Dead.<
(weekend In Starke with his she spent ten days with her aunt. den p\rents., of Tampa Mrs. Durden of ChaM.Walter C.((\\r..n-I\Iov..1-Uunter-Mo"< .

1)'. Mrs. S. T. Dell. Mrs. of Smiley -
Hampton C. C. Hoppe II. A. Howard-Dead: ,
Tampa, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Dur- I.utrn JohnM-Moved.
janinh and Florida runner pea Mi', and Mrs. II. L. Brownlee den have rturned to their home In Joe .1'. Marrtenr1.iat. ) ILAiIj,
chufas beaas. J.lliklller. spent.Sunday JJel M. MorganDtmdi"" o JVlr '
andiyelvet.' ; } apdj-wlUi! Tampa but Mrs. Hoppe has remained J IL 'Norman-Dead) *VMrn.
Brownlee's mother, Mrs. N.' 'A. for a longer visit. J. It. N rman-<--MiiVpdHenry .
Blitch. 'II. Parm nteiqkDi. >.>,d.. I'
Bynum l I I
|i. and Mrs. F. F. Flume and Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Dew and'' J. H. Ho J'.rklnII".t fc.TL.Orrln .

J daughter Clara were in Mrs. .Gertrude Anderson and children' drove to Pensacola and bonnie Heldlsh-Gloved.. 1t hen )011 t > nt The M-O Htore

hnnvllle the first of the .week. son, of Waldo,1 were dinner guests Freeport last week-end. Mrs. Viola Hweat-I>eud. f> ',
J. U Slalxby-Dead J you never f '0 that guilty fwlliij-
Monday evening of Mo and Mrs.
Dew children will '
and spend sew K T. Torode-lItn"",(C
'a M. Caldwell .state hotel O. L. Bensley. eral weeks there with relatives J. H. Wlmberly-I> a. \ hut ia'rhn! you'vn 'IH.t' lie e
(a.\ W. \Vhltlvy-Mov t.Mra. .
ptor, attending to official -
was \Mr. Dew returning first of the : U. W. Whltley-Mov..d.. I
l'8 In Starke Tuesday. M.'. and Mrs. Dale Vanslckle of week to resume his duties as railway i \ Prerlnrt '% Gainesville spent the week-end In Jacksonville David I. AmoH-Movi'tl. '
mall clerk between Emily Ij. Ames .Mov..d.. stuffs prices
are, 'ollll".r-
H. C. Ritch spent Tuesday Starke with her parents, Mr. and and Tampa. Ernest }t. Bryant-Moved.. .
lialneavllle: with her parents Mrs. W. J. Epperson.Mr. I 1.uanna Ulan-Di-ud.Y. JU 0" with t 'n' town. I..r'.h. fuf ,,-
Viola K. Hutler-
land. Mrs. S. H. Demaree. Wm. E. lIutierlIIov..d.lItarg..r..t ,
and Mrs. J. L. Kellum and .Ann Iliitl '-Moved. )' fast 1'1'1' -;ly di-llvi'riNl plenty N

|r. 0. P, Raymond Is In New children of Lake City spent the LAWTEY{ John. H.Sidney Hutler Crayld-Moved.-Movml.MTB. !! k'
of variety 1 li'iuj>llnK prlnHiixoiia I
has this week attending the week-end .with Mr. and Mra. B. S. Cor
]Aim. K. K llurneri
tern Baptist Convention. Edwards. theta are t for our nuinynilllnu ,

lev millinery real bargains Mr. and Mrs. David McLeod of The Ladles Aid of the Methodist I ; r.Del 'r"l0

1 arrived at Stump's Store. Blscoe, N. C., have returned home church were delightfully entertained FLORIDA
home of Mrs. G.
after a visit here with Mr. and at the II
98 Hazel Adkins has spent the Mrs. B.I S. Edwards. W. Brown last Thursday. The TIIEATRE .
ten days In Jacksonville with meeting was presided over by the I

hunt, Mrs. J. L. Briggs. Mrs. H. H. Young Miss Eliza president Mrs. G. W. Roberts I I Home of. VltaphoneGAINESVILLE Monte Prunes For Canning and Pure CaneSUGAR
vi ho opened It by a scripture read. '
beth Craig E. M. Davis and Theo I :-. FLA.
r ra W. K. Turner of Palatka dore Youngmotoredsto Daytona Ing and prayer. After the bust Pound x---15c I II

the guest Tuesday of Mrs. Beach Thursday. ness hour had adjourned the hostess I 1 PreservingMason
'M B. Flynn. served her guests with delicious Program for Week I 2 pour "x - 2ge 10 Pounds - 56c :

Mr. and Mrs.- Harvey Reynoldsand refreshments.
I. and Mrs. O. II. Lowry and little daughter Edna of Pa Lawtey Is getting more Important Bet May 15th, 1930TodayFriday Roc Dale Jars Good Grade i

|e daughter, Margaret were latka. spent the week-end with Mr. all the time even If the berries A. .
failed we have some nice PEt rIES Quarts doz. 1.15 RICE
fors to Gainesville.Monday. and Mrs. M. D. Bumgarner. !
bean and corn crops and our town r %

r. and Mrs. Charles M. Ray Mr and Mrs. J. M..Brownlee attended has gained in population. Also. Maurice ChevalierIn LarP'P'r - 21c Pints, doz. - 95c 5 pounds - - 25ci,
|Lake City were here Friday the Rotary banquet In we have a safety sign at our railroad t. I

ling Mrs. J. W. White. Gainesville Tuesday evening as crossing now. Van Camp's G t l-wl'e
guests of Judge and Mrs. A. V. I The Epworth League Juniors "THE BIG POND"See E-Z Seal Jars

[Ira: II. H. Young was at Day- Long. r accompanied by Mesdames J. T. him in his latest & best i CATSUPLarrreP"tle19c Self-rising Flour
Wells I
a Bench t Thursday attending I Moore J. L. Shuford. E. B. Quarts doz. 1.25

state postmasters' convention. 1 '''The Woman's Missionary\ Society and P. L. Dinklns motored to Lake 24pounds----98c

of the Methodist church will 'Klngsley last Friday afternoon and 1- Saturday- i Pints J doz. - 1.10 "

'e' models In Gossard's Com- meet next Monday afternoon at 4 had a delightful weiner roast. Richard Arlen Mary! Octagon
Ouilda Marie Thede spent :
tlons and Brassieres' at o'clock at the church. Business Miss Su- Suds
/"P's Store. and program meeting.Mr. the week-end In Jacksonville with I Briari; : CERTO Powders.
relatives. _ I In i 'I Regular We Size a ai

'fr, and Mrs. J. II. Partridge ofIIOnVllle. and Mrs. M. C.' Stlth and Mr. and Mrs. J, B. lye ana two I nack 25c q oz Bottle32c 3 packages - lOc
( visited friends here three sons, and Miss Mary Brown- sons of Jacksonville spent the I ZANE GKEY'S"LIGHT 3 s; - :

firtt t, of the week. lee returned Wednesday from De- week-end at their Kinsley Lake OF.THE J

Land where they were guests of cottage. ERN .\ WEsr-// Toilet Soap Extra Jar Caps CafnMILK'tf '

ra M. D. Bumgarner spent Col. and Mrs. J. E. Futch. Mrs. Mary Reddish Is spending I #

Week visiting Pa- sometime with her daughter, Mrs.R. Gang Comedy, I T'TX Per Dozen - 30c ; J

a. Mr. and !Mrs. L. A. Davis returned R. Thede. and II. 'I Groan Inc." I 3' Bars f....- -22c large cans - 27c
Monday from Fernandina Mesdames E. E. Burney : - -

where they were guests of Mr. R. Sapp were In Starke -Friday I SundayBuster Jar Rubbers

Davis' mother, Mrs. L. A. Davis afternoon.Mr. I Del 'onte New Potatoes '
[NT and Mrs. J. T. Prevail are
% Si- KeatonIn Per dozen -lOc l
- -
AYORD receiving congratulations on the I 1 PE. "HES 5 pounds - - 25c
I .
Mrs. W. P. Randall and little arrival of a little daughter which .

COLUMN16,1LEAmerican son, ,of Tampa returned home was born to them Friday May 9. !i "FREE' and EASY" No.I ISKo; - --15c PAROVVAXPound Clearbrook Butter r
Crews life long resident
!\ondayafter a brief visit with Mr. E. J. a I

Cafe next I her parents, ,Mr. and Mrs. J, M. of West Lawtey. celebrated I ALaugh a Minute : : Vale BoxlOc Pound- - - 43c I II
'!o but 80th birthday Sunday, May 3. Lupfrio Lane 'ComedyMondayTucsday'' "
City Barber Shop. Reason Alvarez.: I API "OTS ,i
able' Ills eight children were all with

-, 0,'.W. Burney-Starke. U* Mayor and Mrs.-II.-C. Wall him on th's happy'occasion beside I.i i No. 1 r - 15c2f' Jelly Glasses Octagon Cleanser : j ji

II 14 grandchildren and seven great (

!1"0 1' SALE story house OR RENT on corner-8-room of and spent Passa-Grllla.first of the where week at they Tampa were grand-children and a number old of 'Song of the Flame" I i Noe - - 20c Dozen: - - 45c Per Can - - 5c i iI'

VIII enjoying tarpon old time friends./ A delicious
and Church streets. Apply members of a party I Bernice Claire, Alexander:: j I

t to W E. Daugherty.! 418tf. fishing In the Gulf. served I Gray, Noah Beery i I II .

'11; RENT: Furnished apart- Miss Nelle Edwards and Mrs. A. Mis* Martha Bulb 1st of Baldwin ; j jj
lII'nt motored to Jackson spent Sunday with Miss Dorothy I W dneSdavi
on first floor to party Kabr Jr., ;
"lthout ville Saturday with their cousins Sapp. IVt SmI1t. I
rid. South children.Walnut at.Mrs. Ham-It* Gerald and James Kellum of Lake Buster Hill. Henry Godwin Dumbells in Ermine : ,. I,

CUy.: Pete Burney and Richard Thede l With an ALL STAR CAST I J
'II S<\LE-oil stove with oren spent several days camping .at Whe Satisfaction Is a CertaintyI .j i
4 rotor D. Raymond and Revv J. C. ICngtley: Lake lapt>. eek.Mr. :REGULAR PRICE 10 50e; I'
; electric. washing ,
Mrs. C. Y. Mayo and 0 J
e" of the First Baptist sl\d .
ehlne pastor ; .
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SECTION Cattle Industry r Why let -our berries waste? season in Florida IH wale .
[ NEWS Hugh Dukes, Union county 4-1 by certain factors ereonhl
Have you a sufficient amount 1 In: as unfaror J
club boy,' recently chosen as one
Should Be Met your pantry to last until berry sea- who'wlll weather conditions dlseaaet|
of the two boys represent
sects etc., which
I 'I 'IIally son again T Why not try some ot Florida at the National 4-1 work a ba tII,
the recipes below?: on the. growers and make
Conducted By held in Washington the
Club to be
The beet cattle Industry Tlio Last lAp On Strawberries' on crop unprofitable and :
18 to 23, enrolled in 4- ae
1 Routine Hlie undergone a
suit numbers
Florida has probably of strawberries of
Great quantities people
T. D. RICKENBAKER, County Agent since 1920 than II club work in 1926 wltlr- County] melons what P
greater change available at one season
will be very reasonable win
The following schedule can be Agent L. T. Dyer. That year he< : notagain'
Home Demonstration Agent business, A. P. Spencer the
MISS PEARL JORDAN, any other prices for a short time at following 111'11"00.
guide for routine care your of corn which I h
of the Florida your planted an acre I
vice-director been
our observation
the close of shipping season.
twelfth that,
Extension Service, recently chicks from the first to the yielded 46 bushels. The next
concentrates, he said. Agricultural '- It behooves all of us to make the growers who are most snc
Must Grow Cheap or farmers stated In a radio address weeks. most of this delicious\ berry while year he began wh( three other financially, plant about
with most
The problem wnUF. I Bear In mind, throughout this project breeding pig, fat barrow, tbe, j
l Is to find the crop that will pro- entire period, to keep the mash it lasts. acreage year In and year OUt
Prior to 1918 he explained, we and sweet potatoes.
also follow
'[ Feed To Expand duce the most milk per acre, and had low taxes, open range, and hoppers filled with starting mash: : Strawberry Sauce In 1929 he bought a bred Poland control. systematic db
one that Is available every month and to keep water fountains fllle I Strawberries Sugar and raised eight
I cheap land; thus a large amountof 2 qU. cups China sow Treatment of
;. Dairy.Industry In the year. Where enough acres beef could be sold at a low with fresh clean water, as mentioned Wash carefully and cap. Do not pigs, keeping two gilts for club planting Is melon seed i b-.

are available a system of grazing price. But under present condi- before. The things that allow berries to stand In the water work. To Improve the soil for his to very Important,
; Cheap home-grown feed must be crops will produce economical that returns tions the industry must make several are to be varied from week to when preparing them. Cut berries 1929 corn club acre he planted which is one prevent of the anthi
Ho also explained
week, however, are as follows: crush October; 1928 and turned worst a
to expand Improvements, he continued. In small pieces or very; vetch In ,
In diseases known.
considered any program
<<: milk could be produced from Anlhi
In Florida, according more Florida still has the advantage of First week: Brooder tempera I slightly. Add sugar and bring It under the following April. serious
dairying causes
: soiling In Florida damage to ,
silage or ClOPS
to Ilamlln L. Drown of Gainesville 'and an open season with no housing ture, 95 degrees. Hnlarge circle very slowly to boiling point in a This acre, about the same as the on of our state. the
than from other forage crop This ,
extension dairyman. lie expla'ned any requirements, and an abundanceof about hover after the first two or covered kettle. Let stand--covered one used In 1926, produced 97 1-2 be checked and dl
that it Is more practical to store can often
that the fluid milk marketsof cheap land, but faces two chief three days. a few hours. Reheat again bushels of corn. Hugh was then controUed by set
forage In a silo than to attemptto spraying
cattle tick anda Second week: Brooder tempera second time preferablyover of the value of er
tbe state are well supplied with disadvantages; the : and stand convinced cover times with Bordeaux
store It In the form of hay Mixture
locally produced milk, and that poor quality product. ture, 90 degrees. Let chicks out night. Bring again to boiling crops, and has an even better first spray should be

t the market price Itf less for milkold With the progress being made In side If weather permits. By the ,' point, simmer gently 10 mln growth of vetch for the 1930 corn as the vines begin to put u,

.. to condensarles Ice cream, l'l'IUmUU: ; LIVESTOCK tick eradication it is up to the end of the second' week you may; utes. Pack in hot sterile jars, and acre. lie also planted Crotalaria tlonal from run and,

batter, or cheese factories. This "SALE: WILL UK: If Eli: ) grower to restock his herd and start adding a chick starter seal at once. If Jar rubbers are on the acre last summer. sprays: These time tare

cheap market Is the avenue for enlarging AT MADISON SOON then furnish sufllHent. pasture and scratch to" th.,ration, only abouta boiling hot and strawberries boil- Hugh now has three BOWS which vent necessary.the spread of the spray disci!

., our dairy industry, and j winter roughage to make the beef fifth of 'a:....plnt per tundrei ing when placed in jars, no fur- he intends to keep,. and plans to will ,not stop It after

,,' cheap roughage Is the basis of producing Madison, Fla.-An auction sale business one of Florida's major as chicks at first. fed! each day at ther processing is necessary.We raise three fat barrows and two has all over the the d.

milk for manufacturing of purebred at 1 p. m. May 28, B.' sets. lie explained that a lot of noon. Also add finely chopped urge the canning of straw- junior gilts to enter in the next fected gone vines and melons Held aI i ,

purposes, he continued. f I E. Lawton, county agent, has an- this new stock would have to come greens each day. Remove circle berries, using minimum amountof State Boys' PIlL Club Show 100 gallons!; of Bordeaux A

The average farmer In the nounced.At from other states, but that muchof from about hover. Third week: sugar, rather than so many pre- He now holds one of the bank should be applied under per

South feeds 107 worth of grain : this sale 26 Jersey bulls and it would come from ranges in Brooder temperature, 85/) degrees. serves, when maximum amountof ers' scholarship ($100)) to the of at least 150 high ,
\ per cow and she produces 5,000 I letters and 26 Poland China and Florida. Since the better grades Increase noon ration of starter sugar la used. Many prefer proportion University of Florida, and 'last' the underside and pounds i to
i' Duroc Jersey pigs will "be offered. much superior for scratch to about a third of a pint, to Frank E. uppernlde,
: pounds of milk per year, according of stock are of only 1-2 cup sugar year won the Dennis melon leaves.
to herd Improvement records.: Every animal sold will be subjectto beef it means the selection of the also continuing and increasing ration -: one quart of berries. Many also scholarship (,26 0): for snowing Stem-end rot Is also
The Mid-West farmer feeds S34 registration, he said. The bulls best at hand Instead of selling off of greens and outside exer make sauc'e In one process, If pre the best breeding pig at the state which damages melons a
worth of grain and gets 6,700 were purchased as calves three or the most thrifty and growthy animals else as practical, from here on. ferred. club show. Hugh plans to enter extent. This disease to i a

pounds of milk, while In the far four years ago. They are of -excellent at breeding age. Fourth week: Brooder temperature Strawberry sauce may be used the University in 1931. He Is now I.. tho to market and occur

West each cow gets $24 worth of breeding, and most ot the Market demands are changing ? 80 degrees. Start feeding over cold rice, corn starch pudding 17 years old.According. I field way As the melons not I'

;. grain and yields 7,600 pounds of heifers are their daughters.Bids and lighter, well finished cattleare scratch grain three times daily, or'other desserts of like to his yearly club ''I loaded In the car the stem are 8''I

milk per year, he said. I' to Mr. Lawton will be accepted preferred. Such cattle, he said, about 7 a. m, noon, and 6 p. m. character. Mix the fruit with 1-2 record he has realized a net profit be recut and cut surface ,
,; A survey conducted in six of the and further information must be pushed from the start. Continue this dally feeding schedule quantity of thin, cream. Pour.over of $1,300 from club work, not I with bluestone paste. This

leading dairy centers of Florida by will be sent upon request, he The average age should be increased from here on, starting this! the dessert. considering the vast amount of experience be bought ,
i can already
stated. unified effort in marketing week with a third of a pint three Juice prep
,,1. the Agricultural Economics Department and more Strawberry gained. Hugh has been and applied with a brush.
r, of the Florida Experiment is needed he explained. times dally.k, Uso the small, so-called cull out andlng as a 4-H leader, servo Mellon fields are often lot

Station shows that dairymen 200 ATTEND 4-H RALLY Fifth week:. Brooder tempera fruit, though sound and 'ripe ing as president of the county with aphids. If these

hare been feeding over $100 worth Lake City Work started on ture about 76 degrees. Start raising Wash, crush and heat slowly to council for the past two years. He in the fields add one pint are of|pI J
and Eustls, Fla.-A Lake County addition to Presbyterian church hover but keep reasonable and Strain talk
, of grain per cow getting a pro- simmering point. througha recently closed a short over Leaf Forty to 100
around of hoyr. and girls' 4H'club rally was building. even warmth in brooder house. of cheese cloth. station every |Ka
ductlon of 4,300 pound double thickness state radio WRUF with theclub's of Bordeaux Mixture when
r; milk. recently held here. About 200 Tal Young Lumber Company to Start br/1'aklng' to roost on low If juices free from sediment are motto, "To Make, the Best for Anthracnorse.In e,
3:' listened in at start operations at saw mill loon, wire roost Increase scratch grainto ing
' The vast difference In the grain were present and desired, let stand in a cool place Better. order to and
" sectionsIs the National 4-H 'club located at crossing of Southernand one-half pant: three times dally. night. grow ship
given each cow In these program over Then pour off (or ons It Is well to plant dlsesKe'18eed.
due to the difference In amount given over the NBC chain of radio Seaboard railroad tracks between By this time the scratch grain maybe siphon) carefully for the dregs. Spray the vine with

/ of cheap roughage feed. With an stations. Lake City and Watertown.St. scattered among the litter to The addition of sugar to all I .
deaux Mixture other
pasture soiling Two 4-H club councils Augustine $26.000 St. make th'e chleks exercise to get It. VVRUF FARM PROGRAM every w.
abundance of silage, County fruit juices will give a finer flavor.
of Black Leaf
1 add one pint f
! crops, and hay it is practical were also organized; one for the Augustine municipal. pier dedicat- Always be sure to keep litter clean It may be used in any desired L = Voice of Florida"The I If aphids are present. Recut'

for Florida dairymen to buy grain,, boys and one for the girls. ed. and dry' and as free of droppings proportion, a fair' allowance be- when loading melons In t tbb! .

-- ---- --- -- as possible. Continue before ing 1 cup of sugar to one gallonof noonday farm programs and treat stem cut with flu
Sixth week: as ,
trifle and increasing juice. Fill jars to overflowingwith given by the Agricultural' Exten- paste.. Remove all dead and
lifting a
/ .y scratch grain to three-fourths hot juice, seal and process for sion Service over state radio station eased'! vines and melons true
thirty minutes below simmering WRUF for the week following fields.
of a pint: three times dally. point, (about 180 degrees F, or a May 17 are given below: Very truly you
Seventh week: Increase grain
little lower than the heat at which May 17 Florida
4 times dailY. Saturday, E. N, Sf
1 1-4 pints
the fruit was cooked.) If bottlesare farm news. U. S. Farm Science S. A. L. Agricultural A
week Hover be ,
removed -
Eighth : may
n- chicks used, wash carefully and sterilize Snapshots. .
altogether and get
both bottles and corks. Fill Monday, May 19 Meeting of
without artificial.heat unless Florida Ba
along Apalachicola -
with hot juice-put corks In tightly Florida Farmers' Radio: Club -
unusually cold. Scratch grain maybe Company moved to building I
(small pieces of cloth tied over Harold Mowry, assistant horticul-
: at first making It Anderson Cr,
coarser now erlY occupied by
1 cork helps to hold them In place), turist at the Experiment Station,
; a developing scratch. Increase ery on Avenue E.
f : : and process. Best to lay bottleson to: speak oh Florida Small Fruits.
ft ? ration to 1 1.2 pints three times I ApalachlcolafIdget\
'sides when processing. This
I Tuesday May 20 The FarmReporter's
i ii lally. I allows for perfect sterilization of report on soil inoculation course officially opened here
Ninth: to twelfth weeks: In. molds Jacksonville This city;
corks and all danger from and ''mulch paper. Control
( crease grain gradually to 3 pints building operations during )1
Is thereby avoided. Tighten corks
ling Citrus Whiteflies with Fun-
i i.. three times dally. I totaled $289,210.Say .
I I'AINt and when cool dip in melted par jus-Dr. E. W. Barger entomologist ,
affin or in sealing wax. Label and State Plant Board. .
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Don't Take Chances store In cool, dry place.
w Wednesday, May 21 -the Flower -
1 1r With Rabies; Have Fruit juices are excellent' for Show In o'lorlda-'Vm. Gomme,

Vaccinated use lit gelatine desserts, sauces, county: agent, Plnellas County. it with Flowe

Dogs Ice creams, sherberts, etc. If can Primer for Town Farmers. ---... - --
: ned 'without sugar they may be Thursday, May 22 Irnpor-
Doesn't it' just beat the band used. for Jelly making Flowers For All
tance of the Herd Sire-Dr. U. B.
T:1. how people are Inclined to take Strawberry Preserves Becker, associate In dairy investigations
: hancea? It seems that we are a OccasionsGERTRUDE
c None but the freshly picked berries Florida Experiment Station

chancelovini'people, and thriveon should be preserved. Practically Florida Livestock TroublesDr. ..- .. .-..... ---
taking chances. the same methods are to E. F. Thomas assistant veterinarian -
;Ili Now there is the question of; be followed in the preserving of Experiment Station. GOD E'ANDERSON

; rabies in dogs. I saw In the paper all berries. Berries should begathered Friday, May 23 Ups and

. u i rtu v the other day where a lady was in shallow trays or bas Downs of a Florida: Farmer-

bitten> by a mad dog' several kets and not In deep vessels which This[ time he visits Hamlin L. Phone 39 Waldo, FJ

months ago, and only just recently allow them to be bruised and Brown, extension dairyman, about .....,- -.-.- .-....... ....-
7. did she become affected crushed. They should be uniform, making money with a few dairy

and die. Usually,' when a. mad ripe and sound; only large firm ows.BUI.

dog bites a Human, the person becomes berries should be selected for pre- and Abe, farm entertainers, COFFINS & CASKETAnd

affected prettY'lloon if treatment serving. All berries should be will appear eon Monday, Wednesday -

is not taken to prevent it. carefully sorted and lightly washed and Friday programs. The a Full Line of

A d.d l p11i axiao.d Rabies are nearly always fatal, by placing in a colander and College of Agriculture musicians Undertakers' Supplie

once> they have affected a person. pouring water'over them rather will furnish the music for Tues-

However, there are two good waysof than putting them into a pan Of day's program, and well known AUTOMOBILE: HEARS

sp > preventing 'rabies. One is for water. Southern recordings will form the Always on Hand. The t>..

r .I N A"f.w persona bitten by mad dogs to take Recipe No. Especially fancy base> of the other programs. These .ervlc at the lorrrmt prlf

Nu he Pasteur treatment at once. pack but not as economical as recipe programs are given from 12:15to : Special! attention to trlrgn

: The other Is to vaccinate the dogs No. :2 since a considerable 12:4 6, eastern time and order.REGISTERED .

flri'rpsw z +_ S and prevent them from going mad. amount of extra: syrup is usually VRUF broadcasts,on a frequencyof BMnI.MEDEVVITT

: Now that the hunting season Is left over to be canned separate. > 830 kilocycles. C. JONESST.RKEo
\ over> and more dogs are running Recipe No.2: 2 Ibs. berries .

rRJrv' free, rabies occurs more frequently 1 1-2 Ibs. sugar.-Wash, cap and Inverness Allen. Lumber Co., FLORID!

Every dog owner should protect stem the berries, add sugar, allow added floor apace

.. i 1 1P his dog and also himself his to: stand five/to ten minutes to extract ----- ---

,. family and his neighbors, by having some juice. Pigce over hot

his dog vaccinated against rab- flame and cook to 220 degrees F.

<'' a vet.rlnarl nj 'The vaccination or until the syrup Is very thick.

", s.::.' is staple; and does not Cook'quickly. Cover kettle tightly YES We can' charge your

hurt the dog. It is usually effective when proper temperature is 8 ""HI

: ii II FLOOtL'I for a year or..'more. I natural reached flavor and leave is rtalned over! using The STORAGE BATTERY InSmith's I

INIMII1MJUUIIIia. ....... .....I.....-- this method and no syrup will be v
TO M.IKK HAfKRKKATT: left over,. but the yield is not so
great. If large quantity of berries

WHY Till;: soil. Ceiling heights: Basement seven Left-over cabbage, Instead of are being preserved cook in small Sta

ENGLISHTIIU SUSSEX The low, squatty cotages of feet; first floor, eight feet; sec being allowed to go to waste, maybe lots and plump all berries In one Garage FlaDOZIER& ,

England with their expansive and ond floor, eight feet. made into delicious lau rkraut. big> container, pouring In as cook-

(Hy Duncanhunter. Architect, Irregular roots, their interesting Exposure: The plans as shownare All edible parts of the cabbage ed.

New York.) dormers and variety\ chimneys, for a lot facing south or west. may be used. Shred as though In- Your home demonstration agent -- -

their: varied uses ot the different For a lot facing north or east the tended for slaw, 'and place In ajar rill be glad to assist you with your r. -=

A short trip through rural England -I materials and the delightfully Informal plans should be reversed.Lot adding 1 pound of salt to 40 products.

;" leaves a distinct Impression way In which they handle size) House frontange, 2T pounds of cabbage. Cooking Isnot -- L USTER-ROTE
of the domestic, architecture on the design cannot but appeal to all 'feet; side clearance left, 9 feet necessary. Leave unsealed for CONSIDERING: HTATKWIDKVKOETAIILK elm m -+

one's mind-for their houses and lovers of the beautiful. But the right, eight feet: lot frontage, two o'r three week. and then seal : CO-OPERATIVE Highest grade waterproo

their landscape-their barns and practical side crops t>ut-what minimum, 44 feet.Construction the jars. The kraut Is generally GAY'SLUSTER

4'; their countryside are one---nil about the plan layout? : Frame with stucco readY to' eat .in from two to four Plant City Fla.-RepresentaIves varnish and stain in scien

seem to belong to the same family The Sussex Is a'modern American finish, brick front; roof slate; eeks.Wakulla. from large number of FlorIda -

-and a happy family. None of adoption. of the English cottage foundation concrete; windows, vegetable co-operative assocla- tific combination; it is both
their buildings Jar the sense of theme. steel casements In special arrangements . WafcnHa Springs. Ions, met here May' 9 consider.

.. renllythey dot but do not blot It schedules with Integral screens; local resort 19. be extensively: improved log a statewide marketing organ- -KOTE elastic and tough and wil!

the picture--and this cannot be Uuaemeut-(No plan of which Is doors, wooda to special details. and beautified.! ization.
aid of many of the rural sectionsof hown.) Interiors: Floors, wood for linoleum Wolfe Construction Company The meeting was called by a not turn white under hot or

America" some of which: are sadly A large recreation room laun finish; wall, plaster; completed paving of State H'gh- special committee appointed at a cold water. "

lacking In harmony and devoid dry cold storage, heater and coal kitchen, plaster; bath rooms, tile; way No. 17 from. Tampa to Plant similar meeting held In Sebring 11 _. \. I' ..

of architectural character. In this space I steam heat gas and electric wlrIntf. > City. April 10. Plans for the meeting .... ........ '
country many of the houses are Fist floor: Entrance vestibulewith Plant City Plant City Growr were made by the State Marketing DRIES IN 4 HOURS

designed without proper regard to boat closet, living room, din- Cublture: 24,800 cu. ft. .* Association purchased E.V.. Bureau and Agricultural Exten-

" their setting, often awkward and lug room, kitchen, two bedrooms- Complete working plan and Wiggins packing house on Atlantic sloll Service. Bradford
: tilted, built of materials foreign a bath and cloiteU. specifications of this house are Coast Line at Collins street. County Farmers

'j to the locality and out of the key Second floor: Two bed rooms a available far a nominal sum. Address Key Went.--Lowe's Service Sta- Palmetto-Seven carloads pep- :

r -while In England their houses bath ample closets and storage the building editor and referto tlon on Fleming street taken over pera shipped out of here to recent Supply Companyt'

oj:' appear to grow right up out of the space. louse 11-128. b1 Standard Oil Co. date. -.::::: -

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'STONE HEIGHTS' Jordan's Interesting history and very of the well class delivered. ;- Trips fo Europe in Tourist Third Cabin Now Popular :i Lake Worth cable-direct Laying;from/ of power Underground ; complies. with the law It Is. therefore --

IIRSOIWKDl: : By this ifPubllil

. deN Ogdea. CUI' Miss Cunningham evidentlyhad With Artists Students Writers Doctors and Others house to police and fire station $ In"lre'lIon, I InKtutclal I meelln -
111. = at Lucerne avenue and O. street, on this 23rd day of April line. \
put a great deal of serious .
that It la expedient and for to.ihent .
heights com pletelt. Interests of said Mpcclnl law"
Thursday: Keystone thought on her talk on the Aimsof I ... Hchool IHntrlct N.., 2, tiC llradfor

I held their annual picnic on the Class. Mr T. W. Knight 1 _. '"!'(.",, Tarpon Springs-Central Pharmacy County, Flurlila. that tills Hoard onnirmlf
Wh6EI of ito iii IHHtrlct do Issue and
Geneva. Inc. business
h ot Lake superintendent of Instruction of : nell ""n.l... In the amount of |7.OUO .-
I ntlful lunch. provided by Clay county short talk I In new location In old West Drug ( ,On for the"' purpose as stated it
gave a on
T: school bad been Company building.ISOTICH aalil. petition above referred .o.HH .
)I the the "Power of Thought." Mr. IT Fl'UTIIKtt' : ltio-ti'.vsis"

tchly enjoyed the young peo- Grime stiperlntendnet of Instruction That said bui'dn. nhall be In the denomination .
afternoon swimmingL (>K. KI.KTTION: of $1000.00, that bonds
ilnt the in Bradford county talked on shall. bear rime. of July. 1. illS: with
dancing. Interest thereon. nt the rate nf & ..a
and "Education. Not one of the three Hy the I',1. In them bv
percent annum, pnvahle the
per : KI"
log Helen Lawrence, Ruth graduates live within five miles of the laws of Florida, th, board >fpublic tat day of July and the let
|'.ce. Arneeta Ogden. Helen the school and have an unusual ty, pall Instruction elections. t.f to Hrudford he held at t'otln-Ihefollowing i January ImmlN: to of cOl"C' due yar;anti, payable and siltS afullows
I, and Mr. H. U. Lawrence record for attendance, neither places: llnmpton. New :

Saturday in Jacksonville. Opal Glisson or Luella Cunn'ng-! River Cuson llraham and SumnannSpecial liii.. Thnusanil dollars. on July I.
Tax t4ctnoiiIstriets' on Sat mfi. and IIOIIDOO on July 1 ot rack
and Mrs. Holms of Jackson- ham having missed an hour of !> urda,... Jun. 7. 1930 to elect. thi'"etruxdtoN of the yearn lull to 1941 incliuuilve.

Mrs. George school the and Lois Jor- -T and iletvrtoltie tha mllliiiin The principal I and Interest ef saM
guests> of past year to be ... .neil
|"ero _,t nn e axalnst the dlslrktfor halide. shall. be payable at the omce
Lr Sunday.and dan would have had the same record t. the next two years. of the Chase National Hunk IB the

I Mrs. James Houser and had it not been for the serious ..elei-tlon For the the liurpnmi following of holding are appointed these- city York,of NewYork. State ef MewHH

I Jacksonville spentLkend Illness of her mother when she n. managers: IT FUriTIIKn IU'ROLVItU

of with Mr.'and Mrs. J. was compelled to be absent a few Hampton J. J, Itrann.n.New : J. V. Jones.. J. C. K..enand .. I :IN /lt :II.,'.,) to be h'.n: aelil the at san the*

: '' Ittvrr: house Hampton 241k
,user. days.Mrs. ..... ;. (>: Wynn and M I. Johns, on the
George Skinner daughter : : day of May 1010 to determine
j Helei Lawrence was aat '''. i\ Knmpnrvn-: I* 'Va'M.: Phillips whether. said. ....n.... shall. be leanedON

Of Melrose a banquet high given school by stu-last Tuesday Gaywood morning and son.for Morris their home'n left I'I'l' ' j ..-x-. ... :1 L J". ;: ; nor faaon-And sinai:II.Milliard.J.u.Alnerman.Urahanv Ahh'rman.. n. T. Fort election teil herein shall the described be utiestloii. "For and to that llonds""Airalnst bs siibmK-at.. such.O'

Waupaca WIs. l(. I'. .
evening in honor of the + ...a. .... : Wamlln Chenley bondn.1*

Lai daY McCarther. Mrs. Edna Anderson, daughter J,4"Y! ."..- -;...... H-' .. ._".. ,, .. .... FOKIT' and H. M. Jnhimoii I IT IHO'UUTIIKR IU1I ll'
Miss Xrdlth.. son Vivian and niece Donna :"" ,.: "\ -- "' ''M. ., ...". 1'C'' .. .... '. ., > A. :J. OHIKF13 ll MAY.,'h..lrman. I there be appululed ihs following an
Lmencement exercises for the : _._____.__ I'Yo.... _... o nianiiwers-. J. Hrannen, j. i'. Kreae
class of Kerr left Tuesday for M'chltan. t . .. ._. .. .. . .. I Socrvtnry. 'U.&t-6-6 'and I.. J. Wynn of said eleillnii, .saul
grado J. V. Jones. as clerk of ealil
Mra. Anderson has been con-
school were held election.
Heights NO''I( '''
101ie,( nected with the Heights IT IS KI'KTHUU"
Keystone IlK.HI.VItl
in the school audl- : J --
evening t. ANI tllli::>F.ltI'tt
ihe foreKolntc
L Three girls Misses Lois -.chool for' the past four years and The Hoard of Public, Instruction of rennlutlons he lIubll.t'a ....-

It is with sincere regret we have .. nradford County PI rJila, will re. In thn Hrailforil County. Tele-
mi Luella Cunningham and ,. reive a"nl ,,d bids for the xcliool bats ,
. !graph' a !.
newspaper Published
learned[ that she does not expect routes In all
the dlmrlcts\
school excoptl.awtev
grade Hriiilforil!
Glisson finished t County, "Flnrliln. in n.t pobllcntlon -

will enter high school, next I 'o return to the Heights- next year. -. ;...." ,, '.. 1 June 8,, 1930.Information until. 11 o'clock Monday be for the period of lourconnpoutlve
Mrs. Anderson and family have weeks bewlnnlnsr; ccthis
The gropram was In two , ...., .nn..rnl"lI' the B i 6th dav nf Apr. 1930 there berateno .
by the made a place for themselves in the ... ,.,. .... ,, :.1 rout.* cnn lie hint at lbs olllce ot newspaper pulillHhed I In. said Hpeclal
the first being given that will be hard to ', ... ... Hoard of 1'ubllo Insti'iictlon.II.. THX Hchoul District No. 2,
Community 1>. MAY
,. grade school and. consistedngs i II. 1>. MATChnlrnmp
A. :J. (1R1FFI3. ChairmanHnrretary .
exercisesbY primary fill. : .;;- I Hoard. of Tublle Inelraetlon -
and -S. ,:... +'f' 6-9-4t-6-30 ..f Hrnilforil County Florida.
rtment and grammar school l. I ATTKMT:

done during the NO'l'n''l 0.. a.t"I'ION' A. J. liniFFIH,
mg the wqrk -- -- - II 'I \. Sn iu.u'i in t Cnttcflt Hoard. of 1'iihllc Instruction

Nice Mae Kennedy of Lake THERESSA I a a 3)OCWafS Of rs&A QNI!! OF FOU uc"I: :!i'ES. C I Py the power vested. In. them. theI1iri of t trail, lord Ciiunly, Florida
anil _
had charge of the of 1'unllo ex-nlllflo, Hiicrelarv of lot
has 1".t'u.tllI' oItradford
,& and Mrs. Edna An- Miss Ilhoda Zelnler. Cor.Mi Not so many years ago the delights 'hlbltlve rateewere preventing many old country. Clean comfortable cabins, County, Florida. herebycalis 11", ,,<1. 4-2:>\-5t-ll-2t

iry room cultured from broad deck an election. to be held on HiUurday. -.. --
of a comfortable ocean voyage with people of modest means space, a high: class -
n of the grammar school. travelling have Instituted a new class clientele appetlclng meals daintily June 7, 1930. In the fallowing: IIKKOI.I'TION
of the *. and Mrs. C. O.. Manlre and all\ the thrills with which it; la associated named districts I : I.uwtey, Number Sand : --
second part programted known as Tourist. Third Cabin which prepared together with the added attraction Wooillawn. number M, to determine -

of orations by the three little daughter Marjory nad Mrs. were confined to a fortunatefew baa taken the travelling public by of the picturesque St. Lawrence whether. or not these. districts of At.'.special..hll'- Instruction. meeting of of the Hradford linnid

nates Miss Glisson gave a very Mattie Manlre of Hampton were of the moneyed leisure claw, who storm so much so that one of the rout with only four days on shall consolidate to elect three trustees ('iiunty, Klurlilii. which sperlal; meel-

rains address of welcome. Miss visiting Mrs. C. O. Manlre's mother. could well afford the necessary financial largest liners In the world baa recently the open sea. make the days speed b,. ........,...ami...1 against determine the the consolidateddistrict. mllliiKe tCl. Inir wits held. pursuant. to rail e*
outlay. Promising young artists abolished Its second cabin and devotedIt and It U almost with regret that the which all members. had personal. notice

Mrs. Jones Sunday.Mr. writers physicians students and other to Tourist Third" exclusively. aeagoer hears the cry of "Land HoI For the purpose of holding the nn the 2.1ril day of April, '1'1..

itical Announcements and Mrs. A. L. Bennett and professional folk who were negotiating The Tourist Third Cabin accommodations signifying that his crossing Is draw- election In Wnndlawn district lart..rar. J. there I If I>. May betnir A present, It, such"m..Ualll'I .J. ....

i children. moved to Starke Mon the lower rungs of the ladder to success provided by the vessels of Ing to an end. Norman... appointed S. M.; Hosier manatcer. and. 1>Fur. the Mnnre, inemliem, , luau. A. J. ct,,,,,,.

States Attorney day of last week. had to deprive themselves of the the Canadian Pacific ,Atlantic fleet The forthcoming spring and summer purponu of holding the election In Hecretury' of said llnard the hubSbng .

the voters of the Twenty-Sixth Mf, and Mrs. E. S. SIbley spent Joys of a trip across the ocean simply which sail during the summer from will see thousands of better class l.awt..y district U. It. Theda, JamesItonler aiming tn-wltt other pruceedlnsjs were
embracing Baker. '
ninil iul t Circuit Bradford. counties; I here- Sunday morning with her parents because they could not afford It. Montreal aud Quebec have establishedan folk of slender means bidding a fond and. Mrs.. Kmnia lUll are "I'pulnt..d .. ,. Hnrrency presented a res.

nnounce my candidacy for the Nowadays however things have enviable reputation In the steamship Adieu to their friends and boarding mummers. H. I). MAY. 1'1 I.... and uiitin motion ul Mem
of States Attorney of the Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Youngblood. changed and It Is possible to make a world. The traveler can choose one Europe-bound linen. Thus they will A. J. aiUFFIS Chairman J T. Moore, secondefl lay Mem

..$ixth Judicial to the Democratic Circuit of Mr., and Mrs. C. Sullivan and round trip to Europe at a surprisingly of the giant "Empress" linen a new have the cultural benefit of a trip to Secretary 1I- -6t-6.tI fore Hiirrenry the Hoard. resolution and all members was. put voltn ke--

art da subject Election of June Srd 1930. Mr. Q. M. Bennett and Misses low figure for the various steamship "Duchess" ship "Mont"" type or other "the other side" without spending too Ave and none Nuv resolution.

nllclt your. support. I have held Teresa. and Lucille Bennett visited I companies, realizing that pro- vessel for his Journey to and from the much money In the process.ft OltlllOll FOR III.II'T'ONIn wan Hilopteil xalil: resolution bains

pmiltlon( before and am familiar I __ _ In wants sn.i I figures as followWIIKItMAM *-
the of their mother and h "
the duties pertaining thereto. grave .-- T" Circuit Court Tw..nIY-lIlxth! at a. meeting of tblsi
II f nominated promise an elflenorgetlc Raiford Sunday.Mr. Judicial Circuit Hradford County Hoard, held on the 3rd day of April

,tratlnn of*the and affairs economical of the ad-of- and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan and The e Jazz King" Wears State Thelma of t.Hflle.Florida. In Chancery. ID.'in: there bv more was presented than 25 per a.. petltUraslcrneil rent. .f

nd will appreciate the support children. Miss Thelma and Othma, BROOKER Complainant. the qualified electors who are freeholders -
In said election.A. residing. within the. territory
I rotors S. CREWS spent Sunday Hampton. with Miss .'..rl Gainer,
Starke Fla.ron raltlvea and friends.Mr. His Crown In A New Role Jiefemlunt. chit Tin Hchiml I Dliitrlit. JI o. 2 ul
It by aindavlt appendedto Brad font Coti n'i Y Florida. pray Ins;
J. S. Griner of Melrose was appearing : ''I this. Hoard { ..
REPRESENTATIVE] A. B. Shaw of Gainesville th* bill filed In the above-stateil tB rail an .1".1 Inn to -

ails this method of announcing transacting business here Monday. was visiting friends here last Sun- cause that H. Vernon LaFlle,, the : termlnn shall. whether Issue bonds said. In.actmol the district -

candidacy for representative Mrs. R. Gaines of Jacksonville _ _ defendant therein named. Is u nonresident nf $7.000.00 sues
la)'. fur the purpose of ..-
of the of Florida, anti
Urailtorcounty. subject to ac-of spent the week-end with her father I.a: J Ld cJ that hits residence state Is unknown a".1 "iiulrlnir,, building enlarging furnishing
of til* Democratic primary
Mrs. M. F. Hazen of Hawthornwas ur otherwise Improving
3rd. If elected I pledge my- Mr. Q. M. Bennett. that defendant Is over the age of!
friends and relatives e It Is therefore. ordered buildings I : or school a-roniiiln. or for
to work for the beat Interests of visiting twenty-one years; :
Mrs. C. R. Manlre and sons that said non-resident defendant any other exclusive line nf public
Itlnns of my county and state here > .
last Monday.Mr. i free srhmila within said Hpeclsl TasHrhnol
II 1 limn. Your support will be Kent and Fred were visiting in lie and he I ii. herebyrequired
District to he tlMed l< Ihe
.'dated./ N. D. WAINWRIQHT.nrOl Albert Hardee and Cyril 5 ., to appear. to the bIll y
Hampton Saturday.Mrs. ,. .' of complaint. filed In sail d while rhlMren of said IMstrlcl. and
Josephine Sullivan'' of Dukes of Dukes were visiting here I 'bt cause for divorce on ur before Mnday t thin. Ilnnril havlnir, I duly. p.p.pp. ..i.ter.d.
> :!>TY COMMISSIONER! the 2nd day of June A. l>. ID.10 .aiel iielltlnn. and the farts, elate
>.ike this method of announcing Hampton attended Sunday school last Sunday night. 1' otherwise I the alienations; of said bill therein. and having determined hat

'andldacy for County Commls- afternoon. Mr O. J. Vanlandingham and .' . taken as cunfessud. by salt HUM. iietltlun I Is slgnitil. by mure .has
here Sunday
Brad- 25 tier rent. of the iiunllfleil, rlerlomrealdlnic
|>r dlntrlct/ Number One defendant.. ,
County and will appreciate Mr. Clyde Cone was visiting Mr. Clarence Hines of Gainesville were It Is further ordered. that this order In sail. Hperlal. Tin flrhoelIMHtrlit

m vole and support promising Wilson Russ last week. visiting here last Sunday night. .... 'lie published once . N... 2. and that the ."....10...*
"d to give the duties of the of- four utiuteutIvut weeks It. l'il"hri:: of bonds as prayed fur therein InnereHMary
mrrful conHlderatlon and will Mrs. VanceRuss and family of Misses Gladys Duke and Dor- ford County Telegraph a. newspaper anil I 'that said penile

II time; work for the \best Inter- Brooker were visiting Mr. Wilson othy Tyson of Lake Butler were published. In said county and therefore fully; ninplles' with Ihe law It is.
.1( Bradford County. as a whole. state.
J. M. ROSIER. Russ and Mrs. Atkinson Sunday. visiting friends here last Sunday.Mr. This April tilth, 1939.U. KKHOlVICH/ : fly" this Ilnnril n f

Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wallace Maurice Drown of Miller . ti..4'1 t o w. AMMCHMAN, Public Insiriiellnn In epeelnl. meeting -
Olllclal' Heal) Clerk Circuit on this the 29nl day of April,
attended B. Y. P. U. here last Sun- 4, (
rOWTV COMMISSIONER wero attending to business in .. 1U.ANC1IU! At.llKHMAN lop! ; that. It IM expedient I unit far
Wreliy announce myself as a can- day night. , Uuputy Cluik.K. I the test Interests of salt. Special
it for re-election to the board of Starke Saturday.Mr. ;: Tax Hiriiirtl JilBlrlrt No. 2 of llradfiird
Flu.Hollultiir .
Mr and Mrs. Crosby and : \
George '
ntf Commissioners for District and Mrs. A. L. Bennett and I for Cumulalnunt.Oltl (oiinty Klorl.ln. that thin Hoard
brr Two Bradford county. sub- of Starke were visiting Mrs. Ed. Crosby of Jacksonville "-I-IIt-6-30 on behalf of said. I.Irl.1 ilo Issneanil
l 16 the Democratic Primary of children sell liimils In the amotint of $7.-
3rd, 1930, and solicit your suph MI' O. M. Bennett and family. spent the week-end here with 4 hot Oil t..r i'h" piirpoNe as, elated. lanulil

Willis and Jimmie Swin- friends and relatives. >KI4 You IM III.IC \1'10'11 petition above referred In.
served In this capacity for Messrs. till] IT KUUTIIKU! n..J/lntVmJ
Robert Lee Daniels and A.
ral yearn. given the people a dell and Jake Bennett spent Sun- Mr. Judlulal that said. ImnilH shall lie In the denomination
In Circuit Court Twentv-Hlxth
dement service B. Everett of High Springs were nf It.flonAn, thwt bonds
i and economical
In McRae. luau. foul :
day Circuit County, Hhnll hear ilat. iiit July 1, 191.. with
prom I.e. If elected to continue
visiting here last Monday night. of Florida. ini'oiri ,
and Roy Jordanof HI ute Cliamery .
ime conservative and eeonomHrvlce Messrs. John i Interest thereon at the rate of k 12Ver
I have heretofore rend McRae attended Christian UnIon Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Sowells of : Ulnsslp ,'.."t per annum. payable I on IH*
and will here Complainant. il"y, of July mid lbs li-l day, nl
appreciate your .up.J. here Sunday night. High SprIngs. spent Sunday viiClaud January uf each.. year, avid .......II.hund. .

Q. CREWS. Messrs. R. O. Zelgler of"Gainesville with friends and relatives. *; Ulosslp Defendant. .. I.. become due am! payable ae

Zeigler of Jacksonville H. P. and L. R. Gainey were f <>y alll'lovlt I append follows: .
W. T. .ipt: : : ffleil inn Thoileanil Dnllnr* on July '.
1)111 In the above.
COUNTY COMMISSIONER of Ocala were transacting business In Starke last I 1031V. nml nne thousand dollar 5 a
L. C. Zeigler slated that Claud Olosslp) theilofendant
"oreby candl- iiause July I if .
announce myself a cacti of the years IM: !
fur re-election as county com- Visiting their parents. Mr, and Mrs. Thursday.Mr. ,' therein named, Is a """ 1941./ Innlnslve..
ton J. J. Zeigler and
mat his reslilsnun unknown
will continue to give the people bonds shall be payable at the oinVei
Fowler Mr. Bill
Mrs. visiting
Mrs. were that he In over the age of twenty-
of Starke
Leviton .
trndford county a faithful and Mr: M. the 'hime National Hank In the
"it performance of the duties larding of Silver Springs and Tillis last Sunday.Mr. one that years Mali non-resident; It Is. therefore defendant ordered be.
>he i oltlu.. working always for the Edwards of Starke L. R. Galney and daughter.Lois. UfFPf 7 and he Is hereby required to appear York.
Interests Miss Louise IIH1 IT KtntTIIKIl! IIIOHDI.VMn
l U UNDERHILL.of the entire county, Mr. G. M. Bennet and were transacting business In ) to the hill of complaint filed In mild. that nn election. be suit Ihe name Inhereby
visiting before Mon.
were cause for divorce on or
called to be held. at the snheai
familY Sunday. Starke. last Friday.Mr. 4tPwv ;; day, the 2nd day of June. A. I). 1030itii..Fwhiie said house, Hampton flu., on the HfSjilny

OR COCNTY COMMISSIONER has arrivedour Albert Smith and Robbie the allwatlnns of of May" 11190, to iIeli.rmis.ewhether ,
As baseball season bill will be taken as uunfsssed by
hereby announce myself a candl- Parrish of Lake Butler were visiting maul. hon,'" shall he leave
Interest said. defendant.
* .re-election. aa county com- boys are showing much \ as herein ileMcrlheil ami thai at such
Is ordered that this order
loner from District No. 4. HampThereana and are practicing regularly.Mrs. here last Sunday morning.\ It be further published once a week for .I..tlon Ihe quest. Ion lo be submitted -

and Oraham, and If and daughter Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Polk arid ii\ % % HIT four consecutive weeks In the llruil- shall he "For Ilnnds" e.v"Against
'!I.ctod will continue to live the Berry Ilnnds"IT .
"tr ote and children spent Sunday In Bell with ford County Teleirraph a IM KUUTIIKTl: TtKNIII-VKII hat
the best service I am capableI Werdna and Mrs. M Ia1'tw" In said County and
solicit your support at the while friends and relatives.Mr. published there be appointed the ?..ilowhsg
children of Palatka spent a state.Thin. J. I. llrannen. J. .'.
wy June 3rd. Q. W. HINSON 1i as inaiiaaerH.:
with Mr. O. M. Bennett and family and Mrs. J. J. Morgan and __ April 2flth W. ALIJI mnO. Hl\IAN. Keene. and IJ. Wynn. of said election
OR son Clarence. attended a union Clerk Circuit Court. and .1. V. Jones, as rlerknf
COUNTY COMMISSIONER Wednesday of last week. (Oinclal BeaU Mali! elertliin.IT .

h'reby announce myself a candl- The Theressa Christian Union meeting in Jacksonville last Sun- ;?.A.1JL lly UkANCIIbl AI.\.JI ItMAN.Clerk I<4 "'lltTII/! / n ItDHOI.VKn AND
' for re-election a. county com"loner I t --J WHITEMAN"I JOiINMjMtare Deputy: OltnicriKIt that the foregoIng res. -
Lake last K. M , Fla.Solicitor .
district five comprising entertained at Crystal day.Mr. I Illtlnnil be puhllnhed In the Ilra.lf..r4
"her and New River. If re-elect- Friday afternoon from 3:30 to 7 and Mrs. Knight of Jackson for Conaalnant.(-.2St.S.10.NOT "'.."nly Teleicrnph a newspaper published

1 Promise a continuance of faltha o'clock with a swimming party. ville spent Sunday here as guestsof Paul Whiteman Invades celebrities thrown In for rood .- ,nml pulillitatlnn. In' for County the ,period Florid ml
efficIent of the
performance Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Surrency measure. In the King: of Jazz t weclrs
'.5 of the office and Kill work Swimming and music were enjoyed Sound Pictures with I OH OK" KI.KCTIOM four consecutive bealrinlnMrnn
the kest Interests of thetsounty. o'clock a nice Rer. Moody of Lacrosse passed everybody concerned from per. the >6th ilay" of April. I11A. there
3'. OSTEEN. while at 6:00 "The of former to Anderson himself are being nil newnpapei pitbllMhea. l.
dinner was served. A large number through here Sunday enroute to King Jazz"New famous At a special meerinir of the: Hoard salt Special Tax Mchnnl lilstrlrl ....
this Jacksonville. Broadway name I of Piiblli. Instruction ,,t Bradford 2, _
[i reby announc. myself a can- of young folks enjoyed Moreover the revue has the County. Florida. which special innetnir If. I). alA Y.
.'te lor county commissioner dls1 ffatr. Rev NorrIs of Lacrosse passed York City.-A very modern and infrequent distinction vas held, pursuant tin rail of Chairman lUiurrl. nf 1'iihliv !.-
1 and If elected will live the Home through here Sunday enroute to : hit indeed i. "Ragamuf unique which all members had pirsoesh n... struvllon of flruilford County, Plr-
>'le nf the district and county The Theressa Woman's song .' of having two cong bits, both Ice. on the JJrd day of April, I9.1O, lila.
b.t """"''ble- service. and giving Demonstration club met last Saturday Hampton where .he filled his reg- fin Romeo, composed by Mabel known in Tin Pan Alley as "nat. I there being present at such. meetns 111.\1.: ) .C

nalrs nf the office the same per- meeting at ular appointment. Wayne for the sound :revue King "Hag-am uffln Romeo", and ; If. U. May. A. B. Hurrency and ATTMHTs: 5
" attention as I would my own with an day of Jazz. John Murray Anderson, ural"l" in J. T. Monre. msmbsrs ami A. J4Irltns. A. .1. fill I FFr4
n.... U. p. GAINEY.MUE1L Mrs. A. L. Sullivan's. A very director ordered the song by telegraph Mont.rey"4'Ragamulfln secretary. of said Hoard, the Hup"rlnt..n<'lent Mnanl nf 1'",,".. 3m- ,
sewing SIAYIHW8 VOn JELLY Romeo" is a very 'ollawlns' among other proceedingswere sru'tioii of llrnilford. t'ounty, rtorila -
* BOARD pleasant day was spent from Hollywood.< Min special type of novelty foxtrot hail to-wltl ..ex-olllclo, Hei-rvtarv of _14
hereby SCHOOL and talking. The meeting was Wayne in New York sang her and tell in and lyric the Member Hurrency presented a resolution U..rd. 4U6tIUNOT.
announce myself a can- sections of Florida. song
1. In many first version distance and motion of Member
'' In June. over upon
for re-election as a member adjourned to meet again Galatea story.of a rag doll. "It .
seconded, by Member Rairrencyr.uun'lutlon
'the, iirhool. board Starke and Mr. L. L. Youngblood of Everglades housewives are already serving telephone and it was immediately Happened in Monterey' .ii a wait \ was put before the Board .. .., OK. KINAI. I1I*<-|I4HWBIBluly

lit.COOtIOU.districts, and If re-elected service arrived here Tuesday to mayhaw Jellies. or possibly canning accepted. ballad lung by John"''Bole* with and all members votlnir Aye and lAys' after date hereof on t.-

Whfph *m giving capable the to best the schools and wife. the Juice to be used for Jellymaking The :revue featuring Paul all the color and tenderness of oM none Nay. resolution was adopted, wit: the 20th day of May A, P. IllS
lytord' county. J. T. MOOR be home with his parents later on. 'Whiteman, will mark an epoch in Mexico. aid resolution' being 1 In words aniliKureH I: will present my vouchers and fjna,.
and children left as follows: krc-ount to the llnnoralile fleit A
: Mr. M. W. Lee When properly made mayhaw motion picture productions. Picture fans from all over the WMKIIKAH At a meetlnanf this inrillntr. ('ounty Judge nf Hradfor

"ER SCHOOL BOARD DIST. 2 last Thursday for Miami. They has a brilliant red 'color and a To begin with, it U the lint picture country are keenly interested in Board held on the 2flrd day of April county, Florida, as administrator ...

rby. announce my candidacyelection were accompanied by Miss Hilda jelly in which the talent has been this transference of talent from 1930. there was presented a petition he estate of J. '.. Anders. ' rich of
the The fruit Is signed by more than 2ft cent
as a member of superior flavor. per and ask for their approval and
;'01 board from District 2. and Sullivan. acid the two entirely recruited from the professional the legitimate to the motion-sound he qualified' electors, residing with as such administrator. anydianhargs
and ;
'continue to give the duties of Sunday school at the Baptist in both pectin stage. Heretofore motion tan. The picture' success will In the territory known and deslir This list day of March A. D 1S3&
Ofliee If properties essential to Jelly mak- have been the doubtless b for ated .. specIal Ta* School nislrlctIn. '
star responsible
, my very, best attention o'clock every Sunday picture as It. J. DAvis).
at 3:30 2. *f Hrailforil ours see fit to return me for"fr church UnIon ing. A second extract, that can chief actors with a few stage entirely. new gallery of Aba fans. praying; this Hoard to- call on elee- Administrator estate of J, :Z. As>-
Christian __
term. Your support Is soAvnd afternoon and dr, d..r..d.:121.t.61I .
'.' hardly be told from the first can lon to determine wwhether said
will b* apprac1.t.d.-ll. at 7:30: o'clock at the Chris- point Is reached; Indclated by the ApalachlcoU bt l'.trlck's school district shall! Issue bonds In : .
night. be made from the pulps. he sum of 17.00000 for the purpose _
- Ian church every Sunday To each pound of mayhaws add flaking or sheeting from a spoon school and convent under construction of arqulrlnK bulMlns enlarrns . 11I0'1'11'10'" "''11'1. 1)1...'" ,,,.....

FOR SChOOL BOARD Everyone Invited. 1 pound of sugar and 2 pints of After the Juice has been extracted at corner ot avenun B ;, furnishing or otherwise Improv- Sixty days, after date hereof a* tn-
. f announce myself a eandlrneIn S wash take the pulps add one half as I mit bulldlnar or school grounds, or wit: The 20th day of May 1t1.. I w..
.. of (b. school board.Ih on water. Weigh the mayhaws, for any other exclusive use of pub-
"I t Starke New. roof placed much water. originally and boll and Eighth street, to cost approx schools within said Special present my vouchers anil final a.-
'.0. 3. If r.-.lected I promhnntlnu.d thoroughly and place In a lie free
them : count lo I the Honorable leo.
A. lb.-
building. 'm.tel1' H.-hool District to b used by
Tax "
dischargeof Pharmacy onebalf 120000.
faithful Canova for 10 minutes. Then add
Add the water. (liner roiinly judge of l Ullu th. olfte. Your sup- Williams Cafe preserving kettle. the white children of said district,
".J. Solicited aDd will b. .ppre- Okeechobee until the fruit l Is tender; as much sugar .. originally: and Lake Worth Lake Worth and this Board having duly consld county, Florida, as admlnlnrrale* .(
.... Boll tins. irsute of II. ... Mnyiler, deresead.and .
location. red said petition and the facts statd
A. B. BUR h1NCY. moved to new continue boiling until the Jelly High School to Install new equip
Into for .
nearing comletlon about 20 minutes. Pour a therein and having determined ask their approval and M y
Zellwood Plans flannel l bag and press until point Is reached. men that said p.titio.. Is signed t by more llnrhnrr as sui-h. *.l mlnis'rats.,.
. :r..y announc my candidacy for establishment of up-to- jejly Palmetto Wilson A hash han :21 per cent of the qualified This 21st day of March A. U,
t .".r of the school board. DI.- house In this no' more Juice can: be obtained. electorS who are freeholders resld- 930.

.'. I. to the Democratic date.citrus packJUu Pour juice Into a kettle and bring Palmetto Palmetto CanaJng Garage purchased garage equipment inC In said! Special Tsx School l>lsrlct A. 8 'efllcwg.Adnnbnistatnv.sSa'ot'l ,
, -' of June Jrd 1 ./..& that I this fall. No. 2. and that the Issuance of 18oof1.7-;
. ":lIlIed tG-.... the duties ot place Woman'a Club buildIng to a boll, add the sugar, and con- Company moved to larger quarters. of Harllee It: Harrison on bonds as prayed for therein I. aceessary der, deceaitd.I .

..Y1tc.. .mcl.nt and compeen Starke tinue the boiling until the Jelly Myrtle street. and that said petition fully -21.H-I-1I
and and
" solicit your support repainted. '
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.- bune. You've nothing on us. We noTTKh: to Make a Fellow a Cynic a top.-Crestvlaw Messenger. predates the kind wrd77,

:' Bradford County Telegraph I I received a request the other day -----U thews let fall with

i From Other PensMr. J from Alexander A. Okshay, ;3 You've heard of setting up a'I Eugen S. Matthews. candidatefor the paper. Comn.i', ; from

Established 1877 Nicholas Place Kharkot, Ookl straw, man so you could knock him II I railroad commissioner, paid means much. 'rhea', l

..- "-- ... . .. hlnah Russia, for a copy of the over. It's a favorite: pastime of Marianna a visit last Saturday, 'I'e'j.

Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class Capone was "questioned" In Clilef.-Apdpka Chief. That's politicians. It keeps the constltuent's -I and met' many of our citizens. Mr. Mr. Eugene S Sin, ,
Which reminds that nothing. Once In a while someone I first to dldate to then.
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, FloridaE. Havana. UK mind off' the real Issues in Matthews was appointed. succeed h roBelta, .
the favorite question In Havana tells a newspaper man to take his this position by Governor Cary A road commissions. was

J S. Matthews, ____________________ Owner and Publisher IR "What'll you have?"-Tampa newspaper and go to perdition. vol it ice. Hardee, and Is generally recognized na Saturday in th. IlIlereat lay
Tribune. Clermont Press Well, up at Starke, this "Jack"Robinson as a man of exceptional cour- race, and met milD ,
> f
.. C. Robinson _____.._________________ Managing Editor -- --o--- understudy of ''Gene tesy and ability. He Is making an of our city and Jmksot" tbe I

.. . .. __ -.n President Hoover of active campaign and say he Is making upon thoRP, f
Well at least A dinner dance at the Chatta Matthews who Is by way beinga who) t
SUBSCRIPTION RATEr started the new' baseball season off hoochee /Insane asylum, Is reported railroad commissioner of con much encouraged and that he was already know him a vrx., '

Months 75c-Payable in Advance all right. We can't Bay he hag by Sweger a.* part ot.the pro- siderable note besides owning the especially pleased with the courtesy impression. !Mr M.lth", ,
Six !
1 Yearly, $1.50; done nothing for us.-Isle (Minn.) gram for the state press meetingIn newspaper the understudy edits in which he was received in at Starke and own. 'u,,. Dr

Advertising Rates on Application Messenger. Quincy, May 1617. The dig" I usually' with considerable credit the home county of his opponent. County Telegraph .,wottl. !

.. .. . .. _. ".,_____ __ __"d. .. _.. ..__-'.. I nifled ,,state press members may I to both of them, deliberately took Marianna Floridan. structlve weeklies of I uu. .,
Lest we forget Florida was a manage to get out as easily as the following Commercial squib, -0 part of the state lf J
too close together
time '
Christmas time and tax-paying comes one-party state from 1865 to 1877, they get In, but Sweger evidently to-wit: (this being 'good word Eugene S, Matthews, member: county did not hay' ,H cal,

for comfort and the one party was Republican. Intends to leave some of the para- among lawyer-politicians) : of the Florida railroad commission -: for railroad commlll loner

The rottenness of that one party graphing nuts where they belong Sorry we had to miss the and candidate before'the I Times-Courier would shei

o r wan beyond the comprehension of Starke Telegraph. Well, here Is meeting of the Lake press Democratic primaries this year to I woods for Matthews. but,

f Just to remind you that you don't vote if your poll tax is the present population of the state. the most amazing thing if true. bunch last ,week. But whatever succeed himself, was a visitor in I have a candidate In the pet

not paid by Saturday. Dunnellon sun. Editor Sweger certainly will win happens, we're going to Chlpley this week, making a pleas- Will McQuagge, an old War

--0- the prize for a unique feature on Quincy next month. We saw ant visit at the office of the News o f the Carlton-Ilatha a)

o The Bradford County Telegraphsays his program,, and even may hold that picture of 15-count 'em, : Mr. Matthews, besides being a gubernatorial campaign an

Quincy will never be the same again after the press meet- "knees may go out of' style deep designs against some of the 15-beauties in Sweger's pa state official, also Is a newspaperman shoulder to shoulder with
but they are NOT out of sight. paragrapher members of the Press per last week. I being publisher of the Bradford Carlton, we will be comp

ings today and tomorrow. How about hips? Tallahassee Association. And, with malice aforethought, County Telegraph. Ha was help him defeat Brothel Ma,

o State News. Still there, so far as 0 said Robinson did them and there appoInted to his present position Marlanna: Times-Courier

we know distort, misconstrue and mangle during the administration of form -o_
News of increased road Construction in the- states,, just 0" Florida is gratified that a house said squib until Its own uncle er Governor Cary A Hardee and Wildwood New pan

r north of us is the best of news. Congressman Lex Green of the bllf providing for the establish- couldn't have recognized it, out of later was elected to finish the un- can station opened here bi
second district of ment of a'fish cultural station in then reelectedfor
congressional which he did feloniously proceed expired term and Wiley.
oWe Florida, and Judge Hal. W this state has passed The cost To evolve the following: a full term. He has many Davenport Annual

are still waiting for the Plant City papers to explain Adams, of the third judicial dis- Is not to exceed $60,000. With Leesburg Commercial edi- friends in 'Florida who are vigorously convention of Wilson and T
trict, should hold a two-man love Congressman R. A. Green, the his to Fertilizer
candidacy Company
tor saya he is going to be In supporting held bcently. >
why trfey hold political rallies at Bullfrog state feels'that the establishment
feast. Neither of them have op- Quincy, May 16-17 for the succeed himself. The News ap ,
of such a station will be appropriate -
+ o position and will be elected with- state press meeting becausehe
because of tile large num.ber .
out effort.-Perry Herald.
II The successful farmer does not have time to moan over of lakes and streams in FlorIda doesn't believe Quincy has I

y? losses on one crop ; he's too busy making another. Al Capone, who Is sometimes and because of Florida's gen- the Sweger's fifteen paper beauties last shown I' .yit, : ,.'!+:r.\J1"\ ))
eral! climatic conditions making M .
referred to as a gangster, arrivedat > Suppose you start a beauty '. ,. U
o 'here this state the greatest producerof ti
his Palm Island home contest Bradford County I.
Fort Meade's first carload of sweet corn was sold by the Sunday morning after successfully fresh, water fish. A large per- Telegraph. *

Miller Auction Company last week, bringing an even five cents evading a group* of Miami Dally centage of the nation's black bass Moreover, squattlng'in the cen }.1. .3-
are contained In Florida waters. ....
." News reporters who were 42 miles ter of his political web In the townof .
ear. Fishing is one of Florida's great-
per out in the Everglades ten minutes
Quincy which, by his own ad ..,
I' est industries, as well as one of (
after they heard he was comingto
0j' mission is .right next door to Chat-
the greatest sports. Every assis-
town.-Miami Beach Sun.
We still contend head writers could find a more fitting -o --' tance it 'receives is a' boost to tahoochee, one Bob Sweger, erst-
while and of
newspaper man
head for the obituaries of some people than "Called Up Congressman Green, of Florida, Florida.-Ocala Morning Bannerro note and more or less repute but

Higher." la a recent speaker in the house -i also one of' those never-to-be-for- ,

said he favored the, protection, lion. Lax Green has been doinga gotten beings-holding membership .Enj y

o home Industry, that "a tariff bill lot for Florida but he has la the lower'house of the Florida
is fair only when It protects alike* disapproval of his constituents -
If Capone would fire his attorneys he could claim to be all sections of our country, and on his head by asking law factory, did l Immediately arid(logging and establishment with-, your trip

the only'millionaire to spend his vacation in the Magic City gives protection equally to agriculture that Osceola's remains be brought unholy glee rush right past the
and back to Florida and burled at Silver wi thout
without paying a hotel bill. Industry lab"-. original and pounce upon the
Florida Times-Union. Springs.. We wonder If the
malignant plant producedby
o o. new managementof the springs his partner In fakeryj, and un- a GGflut

What is puzzling some writers is how a senator can spenda We've just had a bright Idea, have anything to do with the removal der the caption "A Cynical Editor" .
' When the South Florida Press association to the state as Osceola never
of million to be elected to sixty thousand dollar reproduced the libelous distortion,
a quarter a a : meets in Leesburg in October lived near the springs and several wtth! the most evident evil Intent

:+ job and continue paying income tax. we'll have a PaRAGraphers : other places would be as appropriate and, purpose, and proceeded to
;t7f. league meeting at the same time. for his last resting place. AsA
0 copy said screed, following it with '
i While In business session they can matter of fact there is probablyso scurrilous addenda of hla own concoction ,.

_r An exchange wonders if the man who does the most belong to the former, when frolic- little of the old chief's body re- as follows again, to-wit: "

: In K. they can belong to the latter, maining that the removal wouldbe ,
squawking about his wife driving from the back seat isn't the The "fifteen beauties" referred I
-ICJ in Leesburg Commercial. more a ceremony than anythingelse
same one who stays in the kitchen to tell his wife how to cook 0- and,so'' far as we can see they to by the Leesburg .
Commercial editor are members -
The coming of the crossstatecanal might Well where
I as stay they are ,
0 of the Service Circle of
to this section means more and let all' the places that would
Funny 'how this column stretches some weeks until it to Green Cove Springs and Clay like to use hem as advertisements the King's Daughters, whose TION OF ALL YOUR TIRES: 11P.TnFiNntcn
group photograph we carriedon .
seems it is twenty feet long instead of twenty inches when county than anything that has ev- erect mOnyments! to his }memory. our front page on April 10. look them over, check the air nil I

you're trying to fill it, Anyway, this will account for another er taken place, in a business way. Perry Nfew,: We are glad that this'! Lees- el'ECIAIs the wheel alignment.MEMORIAL .
-Green Cove Springs Times. And 0
burg cynic, Gilbert Leach, is
half-inch. when some cltlizens of Clay and Florida boasts of Its citrus, cel-
i. coming to Quincy to the press
o Bradford see ocean-golng vessel ery, strawberry, timber, turpentine convention, to give us an op- :md,4"43: DAY SPECIADon't

steaming across the two counties phosphate, poultry, vegetableand :snxa.no6.83
For the benefit of those who cannot sing in the bathtub, they're likely to "swear-off." other Industries, but little Is portunity to prove that even forget that we do bat!
the beat photographs fall to 341..50. .. _.0.83
/ a special book has been perfected that immersion will not said of the sheep Industry which do justice to the feminine charging. Tire and Tube rep.

u damage.- Too many even -now who do not know to what use Congressman R. A. Green ban In the past few years has grownto beauty that abounds in 20..a.rn: - _8.10 ing. We are, equipped to ser
entered Into the national rlrer gratifying proportllns In North '
r, a tub is to be put. and harbors bill, a bill which| calls and West Florida. In Santa Rosa, this Quincy.fellow We that shall Quincy prove to Is your car.Ritch's .

o for the survey of a cross state waterway Jackson, ,Suwannee, Gadsden, equally blessed with beautiful

has 25 in route to be located in Holmes, Taylor, Gilchrlst. Union
Census returns shows Starke' grown percent ladles and every other attrac- Service.Station
North Florida. Mr Green is al- and Bradford counties there are
I population in 10 years, the incorporated town now having ways on the job putting up some tholsanq.s.opthead of sheep that regular tion that he-man should attract the
) .
127ix The two voting precincts. including the town, has a thing which will benefit hU dts- pick up a good living grazing on editor to the press convention.newspaper STARKE, 'FLORIDA

population of 4273. trlct of the Sunshine State.--Levy; the edges pf. swamps and on thewlrjtgrass Among said attractions, '
County Journal. plains In this territory.The "
and not speaking from any
o -o-- woo), clip each year brings into
of this
personal knowledge
Nine negroes have qualified as candidates for Republican Have yon been enumerated? the hands; of ,the sheep raisers
particular matter, we are told
committeemen from Escambia county. If the fitness of asks the Clermont Press Yes, thousands of extra dollars, and that supply of forbidden Your Ticket to the
we-ve been enumerated, fumigated the sale fforda'muchextra
; ballot shouldn't be .ofn\utton juices In West Florida la of
? things Is considered, color of the primary deloused, filled out income tax revenue. Sheep are easy to
higher quality and of much
hard to decide upon. blanks, filed a sworn property return raise In Florida.' They require greater abundance than In Land of Romanc-
c''''I''' registered, paid! poll taxes, little or no atention, the main idea
n most cities, while the fame of
personal taxes,; automobile taxes, being to keep them free of disease.
The most disappointed girl in the world. is probably the obtained a 1030 tag, bought a new Over in Union' county John P. Quincy as the center cigar wrapper A SAVINGS
production BOOKA
causes one
< young aviatrix whose plane was forced down in the desert insight straw lid, anti !If there Is anythingelse Sapp! 'a heavy landowner and to expect naturally to find
to be done we'd like to know farmer, has been raising sheep for
Arab and not single r
and sound of an encampment a : here the better tastes for fine
t what it is and get it off our chest, the past thirty ,years, and finds
cigars, as well as other nIceties -
sheik turned his head.
.. -Citrus County Chronicle hem very' profitable. He furnishes of civilization. 1
,. .'. i,0 --o Jacksonville with a large supply'of Florida editors will bask In

'" Exchange says man has a larger vocabulary than woman Representative Green of Florida mutton: and clips his sheep once the sunshine of the smiles of
has conferred with war department a t year, making good returns upon
but less opportunity to use it Wifie doesn't mind hubby ex- officials asking permission his small,investment., -Tlmes-Un- beautiful ladles, will thrill to
the sunshine that
ercising that vocabulary, providing he does it in a whisper and to remove the remains of lon, - from bottled sunshine emanates(NOT

'' not interfere with her flow of words. Osceola, Seminole Indian chief, -=o--. cod liver 011)) and will scat
from Fort Moultrie, S C., to Sib "The Florida State Republican,"
ter the cobwebs from editorial
;" 0 ver Springs. The Florida HistorIcal says' the Bradford County Tele

Two old relics of years gone by when stringing wires Society Is also making effortsto graph, "has solved the puzzling strains brains by of sweet swaying music to.-the at 1 1-ti

above tops of the shade trees were resorted to, are still stand-' have the remains Interred In question why AI Capone is comingto the press convention In 2 +1
if' Florida. The war department has Florida regardless of Carlton's
"noticeable for the Quincy, May 16 and 17. Even t rI
block Call street hardly
ing along one on I refused to authorize the removal. orders. The'' bankrupt Democrats P
the cynic who thinks a photograph
trees, but with heavy cross-arms partly loose and swinging -Lake Wales Highlander.; Of ''Hade county'are'depending ups will lie cannot afford to

fifty feet above ground. They are dangerous to the children -0--- on him to' pay'tnellpoll taxes no miss this event.
One crusty old bachelor says if they can make their county safe
,playing under the trees almost every hour of the day the town would paint up like the for democracy. And the Miami And. should this: chicanery re-
sult In unfriendliness and
0 ladies we'd have a spick and span Beach Sun Inquires: "Who's goingto con-
tempt for said editor thus driven
In "swapping" copies of the Telegraph with weeklies of town. Something "ouldbe said to pay the Republicans poll tax- Into cynicism through the mani-
the old bachelors 'about what a 1'81" And the answer Is that Al
'f/ the north and west in a get-acquainted campaign, we, find transformation Clean up would Capone will not do so. And strange pulation and conspiracy of the political -

; many new ideas and some excellent papers published in the do foi; them.-Starke' "telegraph. as it mnyraeem, there has been of twain said occasion.. will be
one lasting
regret at least
smaller. communities of those sections. And we hope those If the old bachelors and all the deep: and, dark silence on this mater !one of them for we hereby declare
rest of>us wlll'let.the l ladles hay too. Youl tee the man who was
like it well will I that we will disgrace him and his
receiving copies of the Telegraph will so they '
their: way about; I It.jlhe towns will Mayor of Miami Beach when Al
come to Florida next winter, stop over and get acquainted be patnteif and cleaned lip, rest secured Capone first honored that city with profession In his own home town.
( Commercial
w' of' that -- Green Cove establishing\ his"residence In the )
with 'real farming section in Bradford county. .. ,
a.: Sprlngl 'flmes --0-
: midst of their moat elite l Island
o --o i i' neighborhood, seeras"to have been

The destruction by,fire of three filling stations on high- Till Next Tim, 1 ,. interested ln'the real estate corp I

ways leading into Starke last week, even if they were what Although she has an assortmentof icratlOtl which sold hIm his bouse RAILROAD COMMISSIONER: I
bata. she wants anew one. Later thin same man was elevated I STATE PREYS COMWKNTI J
steady stream
they were alleged to be-liquor joints, checks another black of small weekly
(That's the mans, It.) tl o> the o loeof Dade county tax as- I I

mark against this section, so much in the public eye during She' Insists that slit ran't and sessor. Incidentally a former savings that you never miss is an

the past few weeks. If the band of men perpetrating the out- she's" going to get It. owner'' of the Miami Beach Sun got S. Matthews of Starke, can- easy price to pay for a glorious
(That's the woman 'of It'J .. ''ltUe''accommodation of | 1500 didate for re-election as railroad

". rage belong to any so-called corrective organizations or were He say not It he knows It. from Al Capon about the time Al commissioner, has the Inside track, vacation trip. Everyone needs a

made up of 'otherwise law-abiding citizens of the county, it is (That's the man of it.) arrived In (the picture. And to dateno judging from the complimentary

an acknowledgment that the officers and the courts of .the She breaks down aHt weeps.That's great bowl has come from Miami comments state papers are making change of scene once a year; and a

I ( the woman of it.) Beach about Al.-not so about him. savings account is '
you -Ocala Banner. the of
county are not considered competent to handle the situation. lie gives In.That's could notice It. In fact It seems --6---_ means

If it is, as some officials think, the work of rival bootleggergangs I ( the man of It.- strange nobody In the official: fanuly Hon. E, S, Matthews, candidatefor achieving it. Save atxthis Bank.

then it is a challenge to the authorities to stop their Safety Harbor Herald. of Miami Beach has even peeped railroad commissioner to suc-

morals and conduct of business in --0---_ about Capone, despite the fact ceed himself, was in Crestvlew a
lawlessness. If the 1 lives
I It gives UII a sort of faraway that several
Very wealthy home
few days ago and paid the Messenger BANK
this county is to continue under the supervision of night rid- feeling to nee the' 'Tribune editorially owners over (her* threaten dire ofnct'a-very' pleasant visit- OF STARKEAN

i ipg bands with the whip, gun and torch, where is the neees- t : quoted In the Tientsin consequences If Al la not urged to Mr. Matthews-is a One gentleman, _

,', city of maintaining duly authorized courts and attaches? I I I ((China China)) Leader.Star and-- the Tampa Pelplng Trl"r move. on..-Miami State Republican. I and will spin our right predictions back Into are office that like he. HONOR ROLL'PANKr ,'

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