Group 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 23, 1930
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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TransportationFacts TWO OLD-TIMl KKS: .'I REGISTRATION Of 'School Board COMMERCIAL

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Given BySuperintendent Among the subscription re'newals ... B Y COUNTIES Handles Routine


.''."". or two renewals more for whose to May, the long 1st Telegraph arrived record ......... "IS GIVEN HERE Host t Vegetables Matters MondayBoard i MADE FROM STRAWBERRIES.


'" had filled the Index card used .. -- -
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County Superltendent of Schools' 2.7fll Democrats 2.\OH: ItsPublicansRcady ,. 1
'" and .. .Started Here met May 3 In regular session !-
Griffls. 1 In giving out some Information ... other required-Mrs. A.starting Stelnecker of 614 an- ... to Yote with all members present. Favors Completion Jordan Under direction of Miss Pearl ;,,
county demonstration
the ,,
relative'to transportation .. I Minutes read and approved.! :
'
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Albright St., Masslllon Ohio I agent there has '
,
been
school children in this some nn.
of .. Fifty-two of the 67 counties of Highway 2 8 And
H. R. Thede of Lawtey met the
reminds patrons that It and T. Williams of Starke. Florida have Headquarters were establishedat i work done recently in the way of f fusing
c-ounty, registered 232,763 '
.
of
only been a few years since These cards are the only records Democrats and 25,698 Republicans Starke this week by Federal inspctor"1ra board relative to combining I Other State : strawberries, that otherwise'

pupils has had! to walk, In some instances ... kept of subscriptions, for the primaries to be held la Ulgdon, of the Orlando; I grades salaries to election be paid.. of teachers and Roads llcloun would bo wasted for making de- 'j
and while could haveS
they products for home 1
use orfor ,
considerable distance ---
-
for a
June according to figures
compiled office, end he Immediately begana The board agreed to the com-
been taking the sale.
Telegraph
school. Palutku May 20. Tils hat j
their nearest notoXlu.ty
to ... for In the office of Secretary of survey of the territory assigned I bluing\ : of grades of Strawberry
longer
Bradford county has excellent bus a period years State R, A. Gray. \ In the ring but considerably juice makes a moat

transportation service: for the .S than the present card shows Fifteen counties of the state, Including to him and' already farmers are I and putting thE'Dunder of two supnrvtslou\teachers tilled In the direction of the tempting drink and can be used .'
still this number of years '" host I management Dr the same as grape juice. !Miss ROHM J
.
erpended each'school year > Baker Clay. Dixie Glades, shipping vegetables, especially governorship Pone A Hathaway -
amount |
three last
... Instead of as year. Moore
without a break Is one not tomatoes but within another. Yormer chairman of the state of Hellbronn Spring. haJ
while there Is Hnrdee
for such, and room ... Holmes Indian River Board agreed to give: Guy Alderman
improvement thin is hardly many papers can boast of. Liberty, Martin, Monroe, Okeechobee week or ten days shipment of other road department and former candidate put up a quantity of strawberry
for ... $15.01) per month for transportation -
possible until school finances im .. Mrs. Stelnecker's card shows '" Palm Reach Seminole, St. host vegetables will begin for his children to Melrose for governor, wan In Ptilatkn Juice and during the past weeklfshe ,
she ha's been receiving the Mr. territory includesall i today for a short stay lie hall been assisted In her work.
desires Johns
prove. Among the pointers he ... and Suwannee, had not sent Rlgdon's as thin Is the amount he Mr
'" by
Telegraph continuously since of Bradford and Union wan accompanied 'by IIYI'OIlII'I! Starling. \
to bring to the attention, of .. in their registrations for either counties would rout this county should he |
patrons are: .... January 3, 1913, and Mr. "'I party when the, compilation was and also a part of Clay and patronise Hampton and Starke Went, editor of the South Jacksonville Strawberry syrup or crushed ;J.,
Williams' has strawberries can be used ,
Bradford county has spent$9b01.73 subscription; 'I made. Alachua 'counties. lie is making schools Herald. for sun-,: ,
.. been running since November County Agent Rtckenbaker's office I Despite. the fart that he Is class Ice cream etc. Preserve |,
for not
;) thla year transportation .1 However the secretary of state Board agreed to put In commercial made (
to 1, 1912. had received those his headquarters and both he nil announced I'anllidate--a. from fine ripe berries are ii,
of its pupils school yet .. .. already from department In Bradford High yet holed for their '
Nome folks complain of the service For a little over 17 years counties estimates of what the registration and Mr. Rlckonbakor will be pleased School provided W8 could do ..0'' Dr. Hatruway talked politics when and have delicious qualities'!
the Telegraph had its '" to lend assistance possible I Interviewed a ready sale among dla-. '
rendered.Not for the Democratic party every without losing our credit and same by tho News and madeIt criminating ,, ,

;: many years ago childrenwere 'a subscription, department on a would be, and those figures were to the growers and shippers In could bo financed Supt. Clrlflls and plain that should he enter the Exhibits of buyers. ti,

walking three or four milesto '" strictly cash-In-advance basis added to the total for those counties helping tll9nto market the crops I'ro:!. Dowllng to Investigate same race it will ho on a positive and been placed In these products have | 't
that '" and that rule is adhered to, as reporting actual registrations In accordance! with the quarantine progressive" platform the window of Ca-;; :
school and over very poor : and report. nova's :
roads and In many cases just paths '" It has been demonstrated that .. which brought the grand total of regulation' Motion by Moore and Hel'nnded'' "One thing that I am very much Pharmacy at i there are also'oposters :. !

woods. '" this Is the only policy fair to Democrats registered for the primaries Instructions\ have been Issued to Pames Interested in Is the completion. of Corpenlng's Drug Star.
through the by Surrency that J. D. Poel. The
Juice
'" both subscriber and the all gto.'I'IIbY Chas. M. Hunt of the second can be purchased at. ;(i,
news- [preferential\ system of
The board bas numerous com- .. to 266.683.: The total esti- Rosier, J. M Reddish and Roy Hither of these places. '
The '
To have so of the' Orlandooffice, as follows: roads--Including such strawberry ;:
paper. many highwaysas
mated for the IB missing counties
who bus
plaints this year from patrons .. Reddish be given their routes Juice
and
'" these readers who have followed was 32,900 Democrats, with no 1. Apply to district Inspector of No. 28 In Putnam countybefore preserves of fresh i I
objected to their children walkinga .. at price driven this year. fruit have! bean'
placed at
'" the fortunes of this paper the department of agriculture in we quit building roads," he \
short distance to meet the; school .. Republicans Included In the estimates Motion by Moore and secondedby ston's Drug Store In
for is a charge of rout for inspectlouADd .said. "Should I and be TOIICJa..1\!
bus asking why the bus could not BO many years .. county, Surrency that petitions ba circulated run elected, There Is of !
'" source of pride to those who certification of your farm you may rest assured that No. 28 promise a :r
this! way or that way and in so In other words, the secretary of Woodlawn and Lnwtey making Industry
!go with in '" If farm Is found will l 11. finished. III this county by .
the are connected it any' state, said, registrations of 232.- property. your detel'mhwllether or at once. It would
doing make It convenient for districts to making commercial .
products
free of fruit fly! and have been completed long had' from <
Medlttrranean
way. ago
pupil to get on the bus'at their 763 Democrats have been reportedby not these districts consolidate. waste strawberries, that U from !
.. 52 counties and estimated all regulations have been compiled and secondedby I been elected governor." j
.gate. an Moved by Moore the berries. after the shipping '
In more Instances than one the registration of 32,900 Democratsby wlth'he: will issue you a prop- Surrency that H. B. Wigginsbe Another Issue on which Or. son Is. over. If tho matter U uii.h.neat":,'j]

board has been asked to send the the 16 other counties. .certificate.\ appointed principal of Graham Hathaway admitted strong .'on-I ed, not only by Individuals- for :* J\
CAR THIEVES 2. Take your property certificate ! vlctlonit( was that of reform of the I
bus to the gate for the child to - school home use, but by some! manufao-'J'
to the nearest permit Inspector state banking deportment "We j
keep him from walking and thento t'K.VSl'H DATA Moved by Moore and secondedby. luring concern this
Industry 41
CAUGHT HERE and h. will issue you a !supply attend .should either have fewer state '
that all
pupils
provide playground equipmentat Surrency would make a splendid! Income tori',
of vegetable permit labels/Porm bank failures in Florida or a larger
the school house in order that Winter Haven, '7,118 Increase "I'hoolln their own districts except the people of Bradford county Y1 t!
743-c, which you will put.on the population at Ralford, he .said
they could get exercise. Plant City Youths Tr-avoll.Ml Thin 5,521, or 345.7 per cent. ends of each crate or on the side high: school pupils.B. "1 also favor localized: sports" k

The last legislature and the decisions Far On Their "',,) to Crawford vIIII', seat Wakulla of each hamper or bashethn which J. Kelly: was appointed school trustee In-i tin continued. "Florida In getting Four Gainesville '/
the courts affected the of New River negro .
of
398 Increase .128 or 43
New York C'lty county per plenty of bootleg I l bll-
you pack tomatoes, peppers, egg H. resigned. sports and >
of J Kelly,
finances of this place
school county :
very cent. plants lima or bread beans for to furnish mimic! llevn that It Is for the best lnte|" Students In Bad
and the board has been Board agreed :,
materially Sawdust, Gadsden county 1,981
Driving their Ford coupe with shipment to market!' These permits School. eats of the state to Ieg6lisqtheae| | t
doing everything possible to give only ont headlamp/resulted/ In B. Increase 48, or 4.6 per cent I are not to be used on hampers In Bradford County High and: nueoml- III such communllles'HS. sontlinept ""

the children the best service they M. Parker and J, Whitehurst' of Santa Rosa county 14,059 Increase containing vegetables/; other than !Moved by Surrency that bids lie) askedfor demands This IN pre-eminently' a Four :young: men sold to be "

could at least cost. Plant City being stopped by Officer 389 or 2.8 per cent, those specified.) One of these labels ad by Moore. Law tourist state and It should not be members of a house party composed -' ,1
bus routes except
all '
Our transportation has been Thornton early Sunday night' Rayshore, Escambia county 1- or stickers, must be on the on unmindful of title fact furnishingour of boy and girls of the Gained ,

dish!! It seems but we have had the and their actions while being questioned 010 increase 487 or 93 per cent.: container before offering It for tey district Moore and secondedby seasonal visitors will such vllle I Huh School spending. /[ the \
work done as cheaply as was consistent Lake City. seat Columbia county Moved by week-end : I II
aroused suspicinwhat/ sale or shipment. thut L: H, Starling/; be wholesome 'amusements! B* they at Klngsley: Lake In
Surrency
,with service. For instancethe something was wrong.' Finding ofa 4,412. Increase 1,071, or 32 3, In addition to Permit Form' trustee of Hellbronn demand." rented cottage, were arrested t>.1,:

route that takes care of Hampton large can of gasoline In the car per cent. i 743-c'a Form 745 permit/ must bo appointed school In place of Drew For the present, Dr. Hathaway Sheriff Hall of Clay county Sunday if ,

and Starke the pupils comIng and tools usually used around fill Columbia county 14636. Increase obtained from the permit Inspector Springs Reddish/; who has moved from diet 1 IH visit lug various sections of the charted with the unlawful

In from Theressa and beyond ing stations decided the officer to of 346 or 2.42 per cent. If the shipment Is by expressor state and In delivering an occasional of property belonging to ,
,
the board had two bids; one for hold them for investigation. Before Lake Butler, Beat Union county, a master permit form 700 if by let Bills for the month were audited address In which he discusses the result of their breaking uei''I)

$100.00 and the other for $99.99 arriving at the county Jail 2,300, increase 158 or 7.4 ,per freight In carload lots, or by boat, and paid. No further business rtule! Issues with hill customary entering Into the cottage i.

-but the latter bid went approximately one of the youths acknowledged cent.Starke these permits must bo secured the board adjourned to meet on frunkiifHH. lie was among those ing to H. A. Bishop of Starke. \

2 miles further out and taking the car from its parking scat! Bradford county, when produce is presented for first Monday In June unless calledIn who spoke at the Wakulla picnic, They were allowed to go on theIr

brought the Griner children to place on Third avenue, Ybor City 1,275 Increase 252 or 24.6 per shipment, special senslon. amid at that lime declared that own recognizance with the under-5'i

Hampton school thus saving an- and to breaking Into a filling sta- cent.Elkton 4. When the permit Inspector A, J, Grldls secy. should he divide to announce for funding they were to appear before "r,f

other $16.00 per month as this tion at Zephyrhtlls for gasoline St. Johns county, 1-; gives you a sqpply\ of permit stickers -- I, governor It "would not be by \time county Judge, In Greit |''
what Mr. Griner received for not counted separately In Cove Springs Monday.
190
was and oil. he will assign you a number, Board met In railed session May proxy j
transporting his children to Key- Hlllsborough officers arrived 1920. which will be stamped or written 8, with all members present, petition "I have been strongly urged by I Up to Wednesday only one ha J. j

stone Heights school. Frpm above Monday afternoon and tok the Florida State Prison, Union by you, on< each and ever sticker from Lawtey and Woodlnwn my friends to enter the nice for made his appearance plead guilty t t.

figures It is plainly seen that prisoners back with them the county, 1)842) Increase 1,317. or before pasting on the container. received. "governor," Dr Hathaway said, : and wa fined, the line and cost ;',

the county saved 120.08 by accepting owner of the car accompanyingthem 260 per cent.Kissimmee These serially numbered permit Board ordered election held In "and should I make the race 1 feel amounting to approximately $30, '
the latter bid which It did. Osceola county 3- confident of nomination It Is understood that warrant
and Identifying his property. stickers are'issued to you and you these districts to determine whether my and "\I,
From one section in the county 'The boys stated they were on their 157, Increase of 435 or 7.4 per are held responsible for their use. or not they should consolidate election.! !Having polled 65.000 have been Issued for the other;!

the board and superintendent triedto ; way to New York City and the cent.St. They cannot be transferred or used to elect three trustees and fix the first choice votes in lilY first race I three and that attempt were b -iH

make an arrangement that damaged headlamp was caused by Cloud, Osceola county' 1.855 .- by any tttlven "vegetable, grower. mlllage to be assessed against the feel 'that I hays the nucleus! of a Ing made to settle the matter out ??

would be satisfactory to the par- n slight accident 'shortly after decrease 156; or'. 11.8 per 6. Host vegetables that are to consolidated district.No vote that iio'ollier'' candidate would of court. The owner of the propi. ,\j

ents sending their children to high leaving Tampa. cent. be packed by a packing house will further business the board have, I also! feel that I am better arty has declined to settle with tha. i!

school but failed to do so, then Ilolopaw Osceola counyt 1- be shipped tinder' the permit number adjourned to meet first Monday In known over the state than any of culprits leaving the matter en-h', ;

the board agreed to give each pupil COMMIHHIONKRS: : : ItY DIS- 702 not counted' separately In of that packing house so the June. the announced aspirants and that tlruly lathe hands of Clay county:|J

his pro rata of the money appropriated TRUTH 1920. grower will not use his. permits or A. J, Grime, ncty, being: relieved of slate road department authorities. '!S

for transportation but T'alatka, seat Putnam county number on the vegetables whichhe . duties I will have more The party accompanied by a. fj

yet It seemed that some were not County commissioners- of this 6,397. increase .546, or 9.3 percent sends or sells to packing house TOMATOKM; : HKtllVMMJ: TO time In which to make a thorough chaperon said to be a teacher lathe 'f

satisfied. house campaign." high school of Clalnesville had .:
nominated by districts In field crates Packing MOVK: '
be
From flnailllJal .conditions it county will the electionby Frostproof Polk county, 1,406, must keep .record of all vegetables ---- .. rented an adjoining cottage for the ,, ',

would BffeTm that some of the trans as heretofore at large to prevailIn not counted separately In 1920. handled or packed by them Tomato shipments started from I I I/ATI: ('I'::. Kt'H t'WI'ItI'i:' week-end and apparently the accommodations r',
the county
portation appropriation Would those counties operating Eagle Lake Polk county. 1,119, showing amount handled date Bradford county Wednesday, ship you r.\io\: 'HI'S'U' being Insufficient. //I
only
of 565 or 98 per cent ---.- the Bishop i cottage woe pressed InU:
have to be'dlsC ntlBued. granting that Increase and disposition, and must have ments being reported from The- -
We .task that, all trustees look under.a 'special act to informationsent Mulberry, 2029. Increase of property certificate on .Ole for all 1'1'8111011 that day and shipmentsare Thus following, figure have been louse. Locks were forced on the ))1
according
privilege, received from Carl R, Lnuvltt, door and whatever wanted In the rt I
well to their recommendations for 'general. 530 or 36 per cent. properties,. from which_ vegetablesare /; expected to start from ,other
the attorney
out by \ matter of bedding and other furn- '}
next term as we are going to have twelve counties in the Kathleen, Polk county, 2,601 I, picked. platforms today and tonivriow Jacksonville, supervisor' of the ;
the There are Increase of 1,416 or 130.6 per Instructed census for thin district; lull Ings were placed on the porches |j
to operate on less money ensuing state who will nominate members 6. All vegetable buyers are Heavy shipments of beans anil potatoes
and of the !
Thus population of Union county pier cottage for their,'
year board and county cent. not to buy tomatoes, pep- have been moving: steadilythe
of' the-school decrease complete precincts 1 to 6, use during the night. ' 7,299 : as
Calhoun county
limit ,
bread sweet
and corn
commissioners In the June primaryby perM, eggplants: or last few days I Iof
shown by a preliminary count of When acquainted with the news U
16.8 cent
1,476 or .lun .
per pack- during '
beans from either grower or shipments will start "
IIHU\\'Sn10.\ISJ<}Y a vote of the entire county Union county 7,400 increase sticker the return of the flfleeirth census. bin uninvited HiitiHts.. Mr Ills1hop f..
J.1iLTrowntP0ilney Ing house unless a permit '
: :
n.elTO 2,067 or 38.7 per cent. each crate basket or nam-- 1'Itll': TI. I.IHT In/ 7,400 us compared with 5,333 took Deputy Supp with hitnJY
.L .HIJH'TIIAIX: AT: rAn 'lOMMINO IK on 1 11)20. 'rho 193.0: I and telephoned, Sheriff Hull to.-"
'' removedfrom Baker county 6,299, Increase, showing either, grower's ..01'packer' on January ,
was 677 'or 12 per rent. per .. number thereon. TUT: Collector Knight started | figure, are preliminary and subject inset him at the lake to ba one of .
the hospital to a cell in the automobile driven by S. L. increase to correction.! There were' the welcoming committee. Mont-'
Flagler county, 2,460, 7. Tomatoes must be packed thl 'week preparing copy for the
county Jail Wednesday afternoon, Ilowell\ state road department employee 24 or 0.9 per cent. and shipped green If showing lax stale lo lie helll on the first 488 farms enumerated In this hllJ'll of the party when lined up by .j
having recovered sufficiently from was badly wrecked Monday of 6- the officer refused to point out 4 ]
Sarasota, 8,385, Increase color when offered for packing, Monday In July. Character. thin area.
the wound received three weeks night when it crashed Into a 236 or 290 per<< cent In 1910 they will be refused acceptance. work In. such that It rcqulron considerable Precinct 2. Ralford, I lit ((60 compared those entering the Bishop cottage 'I
ago while resisting arrest lo allow freight train covering the Ninth until Sheriff Hall threatened
to
with 412 1
Saratota had only 840 persons. ggplan and bread or limn and careful comparison on January ,
removal. He has five Indict- crossing. Howell receiveda Peppers, take the entire the :
to
street Sarasota county complete 12.- beans be shipped at any with records, and first of 1920.Prwlnrt. party Clay
may
ments against him charging'- cut lip when his head came In '417 comparative figures lackingas lima of majority, the copy will be turned over to Florida state prison county Jail, when the four youth rjj,

sault with Intent to commit murder contact with the steering wheel this county created from Manatee state r.- the printer today and "work will farm. IM 1842. compared with 625 admitted entertlng the cottage but'

and resisting arrest. Bond has from force of the impact and the in 1921. SHINE: AMI ItOATH start Immediately putting the matter on January 1. 1920 not to breaking" J

been set on two 'of the Indictmentsat two girls accompanying him were Lee county. Florida, complete, ARK: dltTKiil, : IIY Into type. Once the type Is set Precinct 2, Including Ralford While the damage to the Bishop ,i

$1500. cut about the head and neck by 14.294 increase 5,384 or 6B.4 per G.U"It.: ... SS and ready, no change will be made and tho state farm, IM 2.935: as cottage was small it was not the if

glass from the broken windshield. In the list.. Taxpayers will save compared with 1,537: on January first time this. cottage and other i f

iit-RT ix ..UTO'CIftS: They were treated by Dr. Parks cent.Wakulla county complete. 6.- Palatka, May 17. Fishing the publication cost and collettor'scommission 1, 1920. on Klngslny Lake have been broken ,; ,

and were reported Thursday morn- 469, increase of 339 or 6.6 per equipment valued at several hun- by paying the amount Precinct I. Including Lake But Into by week-end parties. from y yj

In an automobile crash on the 1 Ing as recovering from their cent. dred dollars was confiscated today of their taxes before copy In turnedIn. lef. Is 2,300, all compared with surrounding/ town and put to r

Kingsley Lake road late Satur- wounds. Suwannee county complete, by court action, following Its i 2,1420" January 1, 1920. whatever use desired. Situated as I

day night Mrs. 8. J. Mayo of This crossing Is guarded by 15,755, decrease of 4,932. or' 20,3 seizure Wednesday night at Lake Precinct 6. Palestine, I hI 361 as I It Is in the western edge of Clay, :

Montverde received severe bruises lights and gong for the two main per cent. Loehlonsa, near Hawthorn by Harry (its (1) HI'II"fJU .compared with 383 on January 1.IDZI county, property owners have had i

.bout the upper part of the body line tracks, operating until the Ogburn and John Stephens, ). little success In getting the Green ftOovo

and was kept under care of physicians crossing Is covered by a train FARMS IV ('Ot'NTYThe "ardena.Include.1 From the repot issued by the ' authorities\ to put a stop toll\

in Green Cove Springs un-: when a fixed( light comes on as the era game In equipment taken 'Inspection' bureau, department of flOltfaH'lsITon j the breaking and entering and. *

''II Wednesday; and her husband : flashing' lights stop. The Wannee last issue seine net, one 500 j agriculture, Bradford county !used ----. theft from the cottage lining the J f:
in its two
were
Injuries. , train "Peggy" was on the Telegraph Capt.: T. R. Hodges;( candidate during 'the time H
&n Clarence Stamford of siding and between the signal carried population publish yards two seine boat, one row I and 8,637 gallon of kerosene I for .secretary of state, was a visitor occupied the nearest officer belts g'$
the report as length
Clarke driver of the second car, light and cars approaching from county giving toe boat and 'one high speed gas during April a* compared with I: to Starke Saturday, In the interests at Green Cove Springs.M i'
Howell <1 In the dally papers
was placed) In the countyJail Sun- the east on this street and total of 9.3.19, a* comparedwith launch. Six men In the launch i 87,618 gallon and 10,336 gallon of hilt candidacy Mr. ,I
day by Sheriff Epperson charged stated he did not sen the standing county 7.110 in 1920. The report caped the wardens by diving f111-1 for the month of Marl'I.. For Hodges! U not a stranger; to the : 'or.>TY JflKJK'H ('()l.ItT }\

Pleading train until too late to atop.IUrlh. '' people of this section, at one time -
with reckless driving In the state the gasoline consumptiontotalled
received from the supervisorof board and'swimming to safety I, 1- '
-ullty to the charge before Judge e just confirms this figure and the darkness. Mr. Ogburn stated. I'I i 19,184,138 gallon fur being engaged/; : In newspaper work The regular monthly term of;,;:,

Gardiner; Monday. Stamford was census the added Information of The equipment was being used I I April compared with 22,723,989: here, and he spent several hours county Judge' court will nni. b.j '
or'110\ gives renewing these. acquaintance Ills held next week owing to
van a fine of $25 and costs stated. gallon for March. attornt'Te\\
The census fishing It was
In the county. In Illegal
:Mid- :924 farms
and Mrs. Otto Starling I' I ;
[
' additional warrant waslaken Mr. lJacksonville- formal announcement and state being !In Lake Butler for
"YII .An : lUG did not show the number .------ ,
out Wednesday by Mr. Mayo dleburg, boy. :May 15th. of l\Iulberr-Jlrlltchelis' Cafe re- / Duval county ment of policies Is carried on page term of circuit! court for 11'1'1111'1. ,'
farm and a comparison '
charging Stamford with possession Mr. and Mrs. Ed Prevatt. Starke, I cannot of be given. decorated and Improved. l jail budding: renovated. I three of this! issue. count}'. '
May 20th. i
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FRIDAY. MAY at.l I
: "n' nnADFonn COUNTY KCUAPII..STAIIKIC. FLORIDA : fats

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-- URGES PASSAGE Bank Resources

cent retail sales tax or a tobacco Scarcely Slept Jazz Shares Ancestors OF BILL

I:' The Tax Situation tax, and the counties to collect Of State ShowUpward

I the the same cities,gasoline on sales and outs sales:! tax of Incorporated as Weeks At Time With Music of Old Spain Congressman-' R. A. Green ap- ..

By M. D. HERLONO towns and cities. peared before the house committee TrendMarch

(Member of the committee on: health and on education and urged the report -
The law must also be drawn so "I was in dreadful
Bill
:Municipal financing of the Florida and passage of House
League of Municipalities.) that this new income must be ap so nervous there'd be weeks when 10821, to provide for the further 27 Figures Show Gain! ,or,
I plied to obligations existing at the In sleep. Nine Per Ont OwFederal
I'd hardly close my eyes development of vocational educa-
FlorIda
In
TUB TAX SITUATION effect, andit 1 Report
Into
this law
time goes and territories.
one, and one that It seemed like no medicines would tion In the several states
la a grave must be unlawful for any of thin This bill Is generally -

will require every one in the state new income to be spent on new Im the Capper-Reed Vocational W th the close of FlorIda'.

to give thought and study; and provements or for operating the known as most profitable season of (lie year

one that will if corrected' require departments.The Dill.Judge state and national banks show
of all Green read a long list of resources -
the help and co-operation state would be able to keep letters and other petitions, from amountng! to $377Ms))

: our people. all to our roads In good repair; keep all all sections of Florida, urging favorable 898.11 according to call statements -

':i It Is going to require ua that the the state Institutions going, but action. He said that the of March 27, compiled, liv
desire,
sacrifice some pet have to stop building new Ernest Amos, state comptrollerAn
". would of Florida would meet the
Its feet state
be put on
state may again
while but It Is the Increase of approximately
roads for a
appropriationwith
financially. In other words, we'+ additional federal
only thing to do. similar state funds and that $20,000.000 In the resources of
will have to show our patriotism Some' will say thct In these Florida educa- the national banks in Florida

to the state. should on and sentiment! among' ) shows gain of nine percent
a
times the state go well as civil ai
leaders
"i' desire to scare any tional as
It Is not my
provide work for the people, that practically for pass- compared to the December 31 offl-!
Is it desire to do leaders, was
deither my
one would give work to thousand, butif clal call by the comptroller of currency .
to the state. of the legislation.
anything but good : age
our many towns and cities get favorable action by at Washington, D. C The
1 who believes it bad I He predicts
I not one
am y
relief they can give work to tens I I national bank resources amount to
tell the truth or look the committee.
.
business to
j In the the increase
of thousands. The people $242,504,000, prob
,- bad matters In the face as a physician i -
cities are demanding Improve ably being due to the.completion
Sat-
Green
R. A.
to
when It becomes necessary Congressman
ments and they cannot be had. A I -rT1L with Senator of the tourist season. State banks
cut off a limb, I know that the urday appeared
of these cities are goIng show resources of $135,014.89
great many
;1 sooner we do It the better it Is for Trammell, Congressman Drane
have to issue refunding 11. _
to _
witha Mrs. Owen before the senate
the patient and we are faced and
like 'condition financially in bonds. One city had to refund ,,$. - commerce committee and urged With the weeding out of the

Florida. The ;'condition was and to do sold bonds at 86 drawing the Adoption of the Trammell weaker banks of the state ten

.of 6 per cent Interest, or that means R amendment to the house rivers having closed since January 1, the

y brought by the wild Issuing they will have to pay about 13 per f .'.,.,..'- .,Yx bill which provides comptroller Is optimistic over the
bonds for improvements by our and harbors ,
I
Interest such financing will condition of Florida banks. lie
cent t In
of Florida partici-
FFluclo the state
ronntlea and municipalities during that
city if It Is not already with the comptrollerof
ruin any co-operaltng
of approximately -
during our to the extent
the last few years MRS. ANNA LEE BARTON pate
y
", ruined. 1 currency at Washington to prevent -
the federal
boom, and when our values were S3,000,000. and gov
The sales tax Idea is not acceptable the opening of small bank
inflated when we thought by put- give me relief from neuritis painsIn ernment to the extent of, approxi-
I ting in improvements we would to> a great many. It Is an experiment my shoulders and neck. My liv rte. mately $6,000,00for\ flood con-, except where conditions warrant
I having been tried only in JAL-arzarcz existence. Part of the bank
their
lots of trouble and my : and reclamationIn
help
bring people here who would er gave me trol, navigation,
: W. Virginia and Is not universally trouble in the state seems to be
dreadfully. I was Okeecbobee-Everglades
to pay the interest and pay off back pained me the
: satisfactory there. I have no due to too many banks In small
I could Trammell'amend
and rundown -
these bonds, we guessed wrong; so weak project. The
x brief for It in Florida. We do not communities, it was stated.
to long enough to doa that state district -
and today we wake up hardly stay up ment also provides
how much It will cost to collect .
the fact that there Is now know little housework. I started Sar- bonds for the state's pro rata

about 600000000.00 outstanding but we believe It will cost gon and I haven't an ailment left. be accepted by the federal govern- Crescent City Local theatre

with $30,000,000.00 in Inter- more than other courses of reve The neuritis pains and the sore n=j >gsT ment. Judge Green urged the opened to public.Bladder -

est to be raised every year and nue.I. : ness across my back are gone. I adoption of the amendment and

sent out of the state. Our taxesI favor a constitutional amendment sleep fine and always feel good In contended that Florida had already -I ?

I too high, we cannot pay the for an Inheritance Tax as tho mornings. My weight has in -BLUUI expended enormous sums I' Irregular
Is collecting -
:Interest; there are to date 47 the national government creased 7 pounds and I really en- J ..l for Everglades reclamation; thatIt --
It now and In all states except -
counties and municipalities that Joy my housework. fi "' was the duty of the governmentto If functional Bladder Irritation
Florida refund 85 gas 5441. la l hough rob' jar war. -
they per tj tar,-: :
have defaulted In paying Interest "Sargon Pills put my liver to finish the entire project; and disturbs your sleep, or causes

and a great many more that will to the state.A such itemsas working fine and entirely relieved Explains sic with them from Africa. 'Jazz that any further financial obliga- Burning or Itching Sensation

default before relief can be gotten Severance Tax on me of contestation.! "-Mrs. An Common Origin too, was born in Africa. Americans tions on the part ,of the Everglades Backache, Leg Pains, or muscular

for them. For no relief can lumber, phosphate fish, naval na Lee Barton, 632 W, Emma St., Striking first heard its primitive rhythms District would work undue aches, making you feel tired, depressed -

be had before the next legislature stores and other natural resources Lakeland. Canova Pharmacy, Similarity in New Orleans a city ot hardship and meeting of same and discouraged, why not
going out of Florida, could be used Spanish Influence. Jazz took
,meets and pass such laws as will aa sources of Income.I I agents.up I great its next uncertain steps in San would be almost impossible. I try the Cyatex 48 Hour Test? Don't
t help and then we will have to wait Get Cystex today. PutIt
Francisco decidedly Spanish give up.
a .
also favor a law making city : .
I until these laws can become effective : New York City.-Although the city. It was there that Paul TRAIN SCHKttULK. to the test. See for yourself
and for
lien against property fund sufficient re
taxes a sinking
: or until the time of collec a staccato rhythms,,the siren soundof Whiteman found it and helped it how quickly it works and whatit
repealing the law now existing tiring such bonds and pay the Interest the saxophone and the some- internationalmusic schedule changes 12:01: a.
tion1' of taxes following the time develop into the Our does. Money back If It doesn'tbring
whero a piece of property Is sold and still not raise the taxesto times brassy bombast of American -
it has become today. April 20th and trains
Sunday
the law Is passed. Some of the m.. quick improvement, and satisfy
for county and state taxes, it automatically an unreasonable height This jazz-would not seem a twin is
"This ancestry one
common will run as follows:
: + results of the situation. Try Cystex
completely.
t cancels city taxes or other will give the tax commission a brother to the graceful rhythms reason why so much of the Spanish southbound due you
First Our taxes now are so Spanish music Local No.1. 60c. Corpenlng'sDrug
: found in stringed today. Only
Is discovered
mortgages against the property great deal of power. But whenIt or Moorish influence
I'f; high until It is no longer profitable cities and both have a common ancestry. In our modern American Starke, 11:11: p. m. Store.
sold. It'leaves it possible for one Is plain that so many
i r to own real estate; property This statement Is made, and music and another reason why Local No. 11, southbound, due
until the where
to allow his taxes to counties cannot see so many
pass :
la being taxed from 7 to SO per proof of Its truth offered, by many Americanized Spanish Starke, 1113; a. m.
4 state sells it, and he can buy it In, bond Issues are carrying us to, it
'V cent of assessed value or property Hugo Marian!, musical director of songs have become so popular. Limited No. 107 southbound,
;, I and the city taxes are thereby can la time some restrictions shouldbe Com-
baa to pay that much before thee the National Broadcasting 'Rose of Mandalay,while Indirectly due Starke, 10:46: a. m.

even set aside any for celled. put on bond Issues. pany with an audience that is the showing Spanish influence Limited 191, southbound, due
owners can I also favor a tax commissionwith Our whole trouble Is we have largest la the history of the clearly conveys the music of the
then if Starke, 10:36: p. m.
Insurance and repairs;
authority by law to appraiseand bonded too much and we have gotten world. Moors in its refrains. It has that
/there In anything left the ownersean 'classify and standardize such in the habit of spending too Says Mr. Marian!: "The Moors something which all Eastern and Locals Northbound:
" '. call it Interest on his invest sufficient Invaded Spain bringing their mu- desert music gives .."t." No. 2, due Starke, 6:43 a. m.
ment. classification and make assessments much and our Income Is not No. 12. due Starke 3:05: pn. m.
that will equalize values to maintain our habits and -
This condition has stopped all FAIL' I because the congressional appro- Limited No. 108, due Starke,
all the state. debts. I I\GUARDSMEN
and mlllage over pay'our
building, throwing out of work all priation to carry on the work had 6:63: p. m.Starke .
(ff those who are connected with the That will take fe long time to We know, aa individuals, that TO GET FLY PAY become exhausted.The and Wannee Branch: Merewcmen
but it will forever settle cannot do that and prosper. << NowDo
complete, we
" building trade, carpenters, brick state plant board is endeavoring No. 101 leaves Starke 7 a. m., No.

";. masons, plumbers, plasterers, elec- the Idea of one county paying And our state, counties and cities Dispute. Between Federal. And to secure money from the 102 arrives 2:40: p. m. dally ex- insurance !
of individuals and tovyiuylIMODERN
* more than It should into the state are made up we
>trlclans, thus stifling all of our InI' Htate Authorities Over federal government with which to cept Sunday
dustrles and stopping all new capital treasury and another county not must retrench In our government. Responsibility.National pay the guardsmen for twenty- '- T, J. Griffin, agent. I II
.
from coming into the stateas paying enough. If this was done seven days' work during monthof I / life has given to women. ir

,they can get more for their I then we could assess on J.OO per A Great DiscoveryWhen guardsmen engaged In March, but so far the boys have Blue Bus SchedulesSoiithbound937, purchasing new. rupon.ibilir-Ib.r insurance.. 01'

money In other states and they cent values and cut the present Pasteur discovered, in 1552 patrol work In Flroida in connec- had. no pay for that period. : a. m., 11:37a. :

:; flnd it more scarce. mtllage 50 per cent which wouldbe that the infection of wounds he was tion with the Mediterranean fruit m., 4:07: p. m., 6:37: p. m., 11-: Instinctively a woman her an apprt-,
malignant bacteria, performed nation of values
the same so far as the gross caused by and chooan quality
The great number of people out would a service of inestimable value fly quarantine during March may Brooksvllle Brooksvllle Her- 40 p. m. firr insurance as protection for her

of work makes our rent still ,' taxes are concerned. This to mankind. Since then medical science find that the ghost la slow to walk. ald sold to Journal Publishing Co. Northbound-4:60: a. m., 8:63 property These.. .....li.II"lora
simplify our mlllage and values better and better other words the men have not Estimate's 1:63 4.23 m., 8:23p. in.in*management of* home.
cheaper. Our merchants are doIng baa been producing In : of size and net profit a. m., : p. m., p.

; lean business and times are would not be flctlclous in the antiseptics, to kill these germs that been paid. to citrus growers of Florida's m. Wt an tqutpptf mdtttomptttt

hard and taxes are harder to minds of prospective buyers. .1 may enter tho smallest cut and give us The state of Florida has'issued '1929-30 crop, shows total of 16- Tickets and information at frtfuroncv sears
think should make It harder diseases such aa typhoid, tuberculosisand Wan or irltphont
we
?, ,also. for bond Issues. The tax commission lockjaw.Now,all you have to do tobe warrants for the soldiers for Apr. |I i 000,000 boxes and return of $18- Smith's Service Station, next to today

I These obligations must be paid. lure that these dreadful germs will and it was thought that Uncle 000,000. according to Sealdsweet courthouse.
':Although the property now is not or somebody should be em- not infect a wound is to wash that Sam would have the, burden of Chronicle. I HAROLD C. WALL

. J worth as much as we thought it powered to past on bond Issues! wound however email,thoroughly with II March payrolls, since It was not :, Fort Myers Approach to Edi- I Plant City Plant will be per-
they should be empowered to refuse Someone, the modern antincptio. established here for INSURANCE
'y ..was when we issued so many Liquid until that month that Florida took son bridge across Callosahatcheeriver manently
issue where the countyor You can get Liquid Someone, in a
any cold
, bond The courts will hold that from over from the federal governmentall being cleared. canning strawberries by pack
,
needs and ,
city could not show their abilityto size to fit your purse I I STARKE. FLORIDA
'. method.
work Public Rec-
these bonds are legal obligations operate all departments and set Canova Pharmacy. responsibility of patrol Tampa Board of

ft'and' must be paid. A great many -,--, .. --, - -- -- .". Ir .". Ir _
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places put in. paving and placed tly unas. ivicivianus"THE

)} .liens against the abutting property Dorothy Darnett - --

, now find that the property -

I la not worth the cost of the pave ) WHLN tt PROf"cEO .

e ing. There are a few cities that r TRUE fHoW ROMANTIC" *. / OlD SHE SI.YTHIS .

did not bond so heavily and are '. t.IT I Yet KNOW H& "- IS So =UDogI'I AT

able to carry on, yet they cannot THAT MISTER 1 COORTO, Htf rc n I ;

. The OoTT PROPOSED Kt- six y"\R& i ; T
finance any improvements. j :: LAS
:
'
To YOUR \U5 J7Yts. r : ,
, bonds will not bring what they are s 2 NO! SHE CBOT SoFluST1CREp .
worth. 'Vhat'can we do? We are '

'}1, paying all we can yet we are not So WtNt1AR Ct1ED" =
.
' SHE .
_ !paying: our obligations. HE DID 0ie. '!
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:t; The cost of government has In- tJ
: the hUh- -= -.=: '
J creased until Florida' has ,
' '' state, UU $* 11II.00 I.-'!(
estcort 01 any Z f -
f :
\,, per capita. ---..: c7:2 1c 'LC.M'M
paying all we can and f .:: ,
1I11ill ,,1! Ve are the :::::: .
, canuot pay our debts, then

:. thing to do is to. cut out: Mp5ni... 1 r I

, ,In 1928 (and we have no figures I- ...

tl e 'yet for 1929 our state county and :
\
} government cost $126,762- .

, ,;', :!018.41 city : the state government cost J ,_ ,...... .. 'i

bonds, noV
$39,7(3,905.74 with no ,

interest or sinking fund provided I I ., 1 ___ _- .rc.zct j jw
counties cost $48,521: -
for. The
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and --' -

; included interest
, ; ,321.00 this -- -

Iff,' ,Inking The cities fund cost on$38,486,761.00 bonds outstanding.this !!! 1MAIN THING ON MAIN STREET" By L. F Van Zelm


)i Included Interest and sinking fund.
that the thing ___ c --
It Is plain to me _
, :,.1"to do la to cut the cost of govern- utty iiuzzMAIM / NO MAM MOT ATAL1"P.., CETTIN' BAMK tS COYMEUSTA 'fIiAH- Off 'AT 3 Itt -

't f if:ment.'I j COURSE IVAHMA DON'T AIOW6 FINE : 01111'iGI.. COAL TfcUCK GIVE (ROBERT THE AFTEQNOOM AN'

Where should we cult We know. BE WHQU MTIVE. .-.rM"t I'D HAVE A :BETTA TIME IN SING-Sit/G' / Ong DAY Off BACK To VUOQU AT 5
'+ that the state does not have to pro.I 3rRE9ER. AIN'T '
'I ROBERT DoT
sinking fund, BEST H1 1rN Si THAN CWAUFFEUBIN'.FOB MISTA COYME A MONTH

Vide and the for counties interest or and cities must. You C MM' BACK To AT ,QIMG-SIMG I'D HAVE SOME TIME, it ALTER 2 IM TrtE

.;I It la these counties( and cities) COYNE WORKED WOf1K FOR BANKER MYSELF -TiME. FOB BA6EBALL ovtES MOQMING COBEQT5

r that have defaulted. It is these COYME MO MORE ? EVERY MKSHT-AN'GO To BED AT 2 TIME WAS.
CHAUFFEUR TOO HARD Hl<5 OWN
that have caused all dur trouble: \ 9:30: HABP -

they have had to stop public improvements I
i rfl
r e
\ ,' already. The state ROBERT: BANKER Caft4t\
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be lowered; the county p,
I r tax must FOQMCQ CHAUFFEUR, P __
Increasedso
must be
and city taxes .
I SIGNED His JOO AND
that they can re-finance, or pay 11' rt ff
their debts and that will reestablish SWEARS H5. i.L :NEVe

TAKE IT BACK. .
r,9 our credit. j _
, }k, My plan la that the legislature *DOING Tlt IE IN SlNCSlN(3 -

couji off all but the one mill tax for "WOULD: BE MOREFUN
,r
1
school as provided by the constitution THAN WORKING( t """"......' ",..... eAt rfla,
cut the gasoline *" i I
on real estate; FOB MR. J.P. COYNE - -

tax now collected for our 'SAYS' ROBERT.: res.... yi. .

', roads program In half, and pass alaw t Ft.,, L

,q compelling the cities and Incorporated .. ---- ,-. .'

-t"," towns to collect a 2 per -- T

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...
I }, MAY 2.1, t03 Q "'"
'RID\ BRADFOttn COUNTY TKLlCfiltAPir.. RT.tnKTC.!.' rf.nnm%. nHo ", ". _
un. u..oor.
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i Apalachicola obtaining Information others were lost at sea. The message Cove
Springs, where they will be
T. R. HODGES
I concerning the freight rates was signed "Thomas Jacksonand
HAMPTON the
guests of Mrs. Wilson's brothel' -
of Florida in
News Short Paragraphs and other details. Llonlat Justavo" and said
" they
!Mini Ada N......... Cor.Among . Emery Priest.
I were off, the fishing smack Sanna- Mrlt.T.. B. Alexander and

LakE'land--There are 46S Indiana wlta. The message was picked I daughter, Miss Wllma, have' recently -
\ntl-Citrlton ( n the recent
In the state of Florida, nil up nome distance off shore and was I Improvl'menta'It been shopping In Starke.

members of the Seminole tribe, according :In a bottle sealed with tar and l tit State Hampton Beach Is the dining 10:. C, Priest of Green Cove
LIVE STATE NEWSTOLD I parlor that has been, opened up
[ tightly stoppered. It was clearly
to preliminary figures re Springs, visited his mother Mrs.
I by Harold loodwln, \Mr. Goodwin
legible for 'the last signa-
leased tonight at the sixth: 'district except Idolla Priest lust Sunday
has his dining room which has a
IloflJual officials said 'they
ture.
census office. It was tl)\s first rec- beautiful W. P. Dirt of Alachua county
white sand floor thor-
ord ever made of Uncle Sam's believed the message was genuine; 4M was transacting business here this
oughly screened, and every thingto
wards In Florida. Carl Anderson week
,
BY OUR EXCHANGES
make Ms plnce of businessMhomelike
of Lakeland trailed the Seminole Milton Among the several Mrs\ I. J. Priest' left last Sunday
{I I that In possible, has
."-_-u In the Everglades for weeks with fruit, berry and nut crops that are for Green Cove Springs where she
01- 00> been added. Theme who motoredout
an Indian guide to compile the destined to make Santa Roba county will visit friends and relatives.",
Jalksonvllle-A regular passenger named high school glrls.V He there for dinner last Sunday
was list. Most of the Indians were farmers and growers wealthy, Mrs It W. Kennedy, proprietorof

aly>Iane service will be established released under $1,000 bond. found In the Everglades counties, there Is none surer, both to production report that a wonderful chicken Hampton Reach, was shopping

In the near future between -- : the figures showed.TallahasseeAfter. and price, than the famous dinner was enjoyed In Starke last Saturday.
M.', and Mrs J. V. Jones were
and Jacksonville, with Lake Wales-PIne trees In the' -- UabblteY6'af'berrlf'B.l This wonderful -
stops Augusta Savannah and Mountain Lake fruit, native of West FlorIda among the number who enjoyed I
at sanctuary are being being flood a I dinner at Goodwin a last Sunday. ... Just Like An Ottrlch..
Biunswlck, Ga. given the care of experts, who ed all day with queries regarding having been developed from 'A medical authority that
\Vllllii\ in"-I>iirt..>11 BaY' s>
are removing plants from Yellow river
--
: moss
cutting out swamp
the matter, Attorney General Fred person who tries to cover up skin
Arl'adla-The well being drilled dead wood, painting and repairingany II. Davis tonight asked that all lands, is rapidly coming to be one Mr. E. D. Durban and Ming Jes UoroiflhoB and pimples! with toilet

for use of the city of Arcadiato weaknesses in the trees. The counties\ of Florida be advised that of the leading fruit crops of that Williams were quietly married creams and powders U Just as fooliahb

supplement other wells alreadyIn effect Is noticeable In the lighter the declslnn of the state supreme section. The crop In Santa Rosa at the home of the brides parents. M an ostrich that buries its hood lathe

use, came In last week with a appearance of the trees and in the court Tuesday ordering Leon and county this year is exceptionally r rJt. Miand Mrs. J. Williams last sand to nature's avoid danger Skin eruptions -
are that
rush, proving to be a flowing well better vistas of the tower. About Wakulla counties, to nominate good .1hexbushes being already Friday evening. Dr. Gardner, of is throwing warning poisons into your constipation -

with a capacity estimated to be a dozen men from the Davey Tree their county commissioners and heavily loaded with fruit of a large Flatrock, Ala? ofllclatlnK. They blood stream and weakening your whole

from 300 to 500 gallons a minute. Expert, Kent, Ohio, are here to members of boards of public' Instruction size Every Indication points to loft that evening for St. Augustineand constitution Itcmovo the constipated

This well comes as a relief to the do the work, by the counties, at large an excellent yield. Buyers from other points of Interest along condition and you will strengthen your

that Michigan Ohio and Illinois are I the const, after which they will be system against disease and clear upyour
ciiy means only those. counties
already making Inquiries about the at home' (10 their friends at Law- disfigured skin Tho best way to
I Miami--Creation of a tropic ev- having special laws for nominations do this is with a course of llerbino the

Tallahassee Two prisoners erglades national park of an area in that manner must do so crop. )V-'. tey Doth the bride and groom vegetable medicine that acts naturally -

considered of the "desperate" of about 2,000 square miles in the by the county at large. All others taro popular here and have many and easily which :you can got at

character, escaped from the hospital south and southwestern portion of will nominate by districts as In Tampa County authorities today I' l-'> jr friends! who wish them success Canova Pharmacy,

\ at the Rarford state farm Florida was proposed in a bill In- the past, the attorney general said. were searching for Ot'orReV, l'laoh'jrcl.h taken close of \\'orlilWar I and happiness .
yesterday, the prison bureau was troduced by Rep Ruth Bryan Coulle, business manager of the Rev. Norris will preach at the

advised today. They were Walter Owen (D) of Florida. The proposed Sebrlng-A Jury obtained after Tampa Life, a weekly publication In iiiilfoiiii ot I". S. X..I| i First nuptial church<< at Hampton IHvorreA Into
In which was printed last next morning and evening Chicago woman came ftlawyer's
Mondayan Sunday
serving 25 years from park would comprise of two the
Traceyi parts a quest days, state be- said him
office and to :
article reflecting the morality inirrr \Miss Erma Johns several. I
county for robbery, and of Dade Monroe on spent
sumter and Collier coun- gan today the weaving of a web at "
John Knight, given life In Franklin ties and would be acquired by the circumstantial evidence around of :22: high school girls. Leo days In St. Augustine the guest of "I want a divorce."
mild 1 the
Certainly, lawyer.
Stalnaker who represented this Mm. John and daughter,
county for a statutory crime. federal government through pub- William R. Carver, formerly of Native Florld'nn. 68 years of Denmary "For a nominal fee I will Institute
in the
county state legislature and Miss Mildred.
lic and private donations. Stroudsburg Pa. in effort to
an
proceedings, and should experience
hog''' who has been prominent as a reform age Lifelong! Democrat voting Hev. Dixon of Jacksonville,
shipping sea
Ol'ala-The -- send him to the electric chair for little! difficulty In procuringIt
campaigner for two preached at the Christian! church
son has closed In Marlon county, Palmetto-The tomato shipping the murder of his wife 2-year-old years gtrulght Democratic ticket Lawyer for "
you.
was last night on the last Sunday morning. At eightp.
and will open again next July. Ap- season Is on In earnest now with son and a negro servant. Indications arresteg "What do you call a 'nominal
by profession and held position beautiful Mothers' Day
same charge based on a warrant I m. a
proximately thrlty-flve carloads of all the packing houses running. were that it would take the fee"?" asked the client!
he the author of the rendered.. The Interior
alleging was was
program
hogs have been shipped from Ocala Growers are receiving splendid state probably the remainder of Shell Fish Commissioner un- "..Ive hundred dollars," said the>
article. Stalnaker made bond of of the beautiful church was
s'nce' the opening of the season prices, some getting as high as the week to conclude its case. The der five governors. Long experience lawyer
$1,000 Immediately afterward but decorated with white Madonna III1 -
from the Taylor and Martin stock- $3.60 a lug, which Is a new kindof prosecution contends that carver "Nothing doing" retorted the"
refused to discuss the Ills lira\ entwined with
case. asparagus
yards, and more than $46,000 has container used here for the first committed the three killings In or- In public life. lady "t can have Mm shot for
The service consisting of
fern.
only remark was that he was
been distributed among the farmers time this season, and which does der"to collect a $10,000 double Indemnity I am opposed to the excessive $10."--Frisco Kmployees'' Maga-
oil I "blamed foreverythlng that hap- readings (drills and music was
who have taken advantage J away with baskets. Field crates life Insurance carried on glue.
around here. automobile license beautiful.! The arrangement
pens and other Iniquitous very
thin cash market. are bringing from.$4.50 to $5.50. Ills wife. The state will use .
I of the profram wan under the supervision -
|These prices are f. o. b. Palmetto. around fifty witnesses It was stat- and abominable tux measures Live Oak --- Contract let to
Galnesvlllu Irish potatoes of \Mrs.' J, Ct. Lamormuix.
Tampa-Leo Satlnaker, Tampa ed. llogers-OHborn Lumber Company
started moving In Alachua. Lacrosse that have been Imposed upon who deserved much praise, for the
attorney, former member of the Apalachlcola new button for building new tobacco ,warehouse ,
and 'AVorthlngton Springs success.<<
mate legislature and former mu- factory of modern constructionand .Key West-,Harry Rltner, pa- the people of the Mate of Florida : ,
the latter part of last week and \Miss \Mary Pearce of Starke, In
nicipal Judge here, was arrestedhere capable of producing a large tient at the Marine hospital here, I Tampa New clubrooms of1'
'with Increasing volume notlc'eablethe through the Influence of Governor the guest of her grand-parents
today on a charge of criminallibel quantity of button cuts Is being and his fishing companion, today Scottish Club located at North

In conenction with a story contemplated for this section by a picked up a bottle containing a early part of this week. Early Carlton. I am opposed to his policies Mr. and \Mrs. Ovid Ilnynes. Oregon Avenue and Casa street
\Mrs. the of
shipments confirm previous estimates P. B. Hynt Is !guest '
last week In of rJew York and Wewa- asking the Under opened to public.
penciled -
published Tampa group message and a reduction In No. 1 and If he has ever proponed friends a'ld relatives In Valdosta,
Life, weekly publication, reflecting hltchlca men,. These men have to notify Harry Wallace Greene, I Lake Alfred New American
upon the character of 22 un- been spending the past week in Tampa, that his brother and two grade with No. 2's Increasingly anything beneficial to the Mute, I Ga., thin week.Mrs. Hank opened for business here
J. I Sullivan returned to
heavy. Figures given by Mr. Henry -
am not aware of It. If he should with deposits totaling $101,200 on
her home here last Saturday after
LeRoy, after a partial surveyof first day
the district chow that returns make such a proposition I will bo i\ visit with\ her sinter, Mrs. Williams \

will bo short of last year. This of Waldo.
Kind to guppqrt It, but I have my
Miss\ Perlu Whltten of llalford
opinion! was also confirmed by Mrs. STEKL COURTNEY:
J. T. Price after a trip throughthe serious doubts about his ever doing who has been the guest of MIss
'''''''''''''(.'101
Bland section and part of the ICrma Johns, returned to her home
And
heavy potato district Excessive: o. last Thursday, I IsI nIsTlalelt! IIHtl.UNTtTFl .

moisture during the early season Your vote and support In respectfully Mrs. J, C Wilson and sons, IIIIOKEISStarke :

V\ r followed by cold l weather, Is the solicited. Charles and George Morgan, who Fla.
,
.
reason given for low percentage of have been visiting Mrs 1VIIson'smother

No. 'I'B and partial stand. Friday (Paid Advertisement.) left last Sunday for Green

and Saturday of lust week Irish '

potatoes graded and shipped the
ele....
+tUlTraseperv.t.a
district around Lacrosse and In

F Alachua are reported to have

brought around $6 a barrel for

lops or No. 1's. No. 2's were bringing moneg e

at the same time around $3.75.


Oaliyavllle-One of the moot in buying Used Cars

unique happenings In court pro- {

cedure occurred here thin. mornIng -

shortly after the case of Lo- See ttievntlet Dealer. lr..rt"-

renzo Dyetm charged, with posses your e

sion of Intoxicating liquors was

called l In county
Judge n. i). Illers called the case,'

the Jury was regularly ,selected
r
and the taking of evidence was under -

way when the Judge noticed

that ,W, T. )lllleary., one of the try "per M''"" USED CARS

Jurors, had gone to sleep. The

judge halted ,the case and called ,

on the bailiff to awaken Mr. 11111cnry. yChevroct
ii 1ill'liu1II
1 The bailiff did his best to,

obey the judge's order but try i Ir

II as he would the gentleman would

Is not awaken from his slumbers.

Judge liters then ordered a mistrial : dealers offer you an exceptionalused

a1 entered'on the docket, and car purchase service because they work

)yess case
removed the sleeper to one of of their business
,/ cars as Important a part as
the "bunks'* at the county Jail
new cars.
Tho order was obeyed and a close

41 examination',_at the Jail revealed The famous "OK that Counts" tag assures

that the gentleman and over-In- every buyer that each used car bearing it

dulged In something much stronger 1928 Chevrolet has been thoroughly reconditioned by expert

/>Y,1 roa.r p, s than Gainesville water. mechanics to give thousands of miles of dependable

'man'r Coupe economical service.
.
Lakeland Imprisoned for (to urn this car! Inspect Its fine

hours at the bottom of a 35-foot trn finish. -Its excellent tires

I 6edRa.r d abandoned well with eight feet 6f and complete equipment Compare

!fit'd rose' M water In itxJean' Gray Brown J4, Its unequalled low price! Act SPECTACULARVA
I d today owed her life to her own before
I quickly to day- It's too

courago anJ.4. Ingenuity. Falling late.. ,Priced for 3 flays only at
Into the' well while wandering

I J 1'J, FLOOItJI about' blindfolded during a high $275.00 LU ES

I tl OClKd a Mr-w school sorority Initiation Saturday

I ey night! the rlrl built a make-shift n_ __ _


,-.. ""'u."u____ ... -..-.........:"........,-............- ibia+' ' HOUSE etc H.la9. found platform floating out of In a the few water.boards She 1021.1'1: fJ (yllndrr days ONLYff .

TSJE AVON said she kept herself above the Chev Touring e

"IK: INFORMALITY OF TILEENGLISUTHE pected corner, materials change rwre for a lot facing south or west. surface with one arm and dug In fine condition bargain at 2 Model T touring cars.good rubs.
several times In the wall- For a lot facing north or east the loose bricks out of the shaft with .
AVON
surprises everywhere-same life and In- plans should be reversed. the other hand. Then she Inserted A bargain at $350.00 28 Touring Car her-..-your choice for )

Lot size: The house Is designedfor the, end. of the planks In the holes
lily Duncanhunter, Architect, terest.
New York.) The Avon Is an American adop- a lot sloping down toward the and supported herself across them. $35.00 J
Meanwhile, members of the soror-
tion of the English cottage style rear. kind that will take there '
you
A long of roof a sturdy designed for a lot sloping down toward louse frontage 44 feet; side ity, her parents and scores of 1927 Chevrolet LanThe

, sweep the rear and with a plan arrangement clearance left, 10 feet; right, 8 friends were searching for her

.Ie Uln&, a bricy chimney garden, a wall timbered and gate ga-, that Is thoroughly mod- ft.;.lot frontage, minimum, 60 ft. during the night. When daylight do Sedan and bring you back. 3 Model T Worm Drive Trucks ,

.
American.The Construction: Frame with stucco came they found a trail made by a Uood Rubber, runs good and looks :
t leaded window oaken door, a ern .,
an Avon schedules: finish and brick; roof slat; broom she had dragged with her. / your cholco ,

orbeled wall, a patch of stoner Basement: A two-car motor foundation, concrete; windows The girl was taken from the wellunC'onlouli $200.00 $225.00
> stucco, a paved porch and an \ by firemen, who madea Only
room, laundry cold storage, heater steel casements In special arrangements $50.00TorodeRitch
'pen all blended into one
gallery- and coal spaces. with Integral screensdoors loop In, a rype ,and pulled her to ]
"mrmontous whole-that delight- '
with wood to special detail the top.
First floor: Entrance' ball j
ul I do-
English .
Informality of the
Floors wood for linoleum .
and lavatory living Interiors: ;
nostlc architecture Independ- coat closet 1929-30 citrus' Chevrolet Co.
Frostproof
-
room, dining room, kitchen servant's finishwalls.; plaster:
flee that Is refreshing. In hl.-I
ever room and bath. Two covered kitchen, plaster; bath rooms tile; fruit crop wan largest crop in

he more formal styles their symmetry porches are provided. steam heat, gas and electric wIr- : tory of this'. section! with total of :
robs them of much interestIf 2.365 netting growers $I,*
bed Ing. pars:
Second floor: Three rooms
we see fcne part of the house Starke Florida
ft. 842.400.
baths ample closets and two Cublture: 37,600 cu.
v e have seen all_repetition grows two Complete working plans and I Tampa -: Deposits of city's 'J
covered porches.
onotonounot so with the Eng- Ceiling heights: Basements 7 specifications of this house are eight bank Increased $3,178,707
Uh-a wall Juts out In an arrest- 80 1929.
feet first floor, 8 feet; second available for a nominal sum. Address since June ,
n. manner,' a vast chimney soars ; 8 feet. the building editor and refer New road Between Tavares andbunt WIDB SB LECTION POPULARrf' i
floor
ar roof-alnUow
above an Irregular Dora assured -
> Exposure: The plans as shown to house 11-129. i _
peeps out from an unex-
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FRIDAY. MAY aI: 10.10OCI&
STATlirri \ioJ..oRmA
PARE Vftllt; KIIADPOKD COUNTY TA LICGRATf. ____ __
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-- -- --- tieth. Mrs. Hamilton Rltcb. Mrs. W. it. Williams: Live Oak;; Ernest Ballot Laws electors In marking ballots and State's Tags The number of tags of varies
I > I ant Inform- classes ordered follows:
the same, as
J, A. Saul, Mrs. B. S Carroll, Mrs.E. Williams, Cltra; Mrs. W. E. Load- counting
L. Biggs., Mrs. J. W. Andrews, holtz Jacksonville; Mrs. S. L. ed." White On Red Passenger cars, privets UHp
Jr., Miss Madge Middleton, Mrs.' T.I I Crews New River. Funeral ar- Are Set Out: r.- c 400,000; trucks, private use. if, :
trucks for hire
000 4,000
;
; T. Long and Miss Florence Mat- rangements in 'charge of the De- "X"hearses
thews. Witt C. Jones Company. By Free: } Davis Billion Buzzing Auto Plates fur JDal Arc Ordered ,and ambulances. ((IV'
"X" official 4,000; "M" dealer/

I IT' OOMPLIMKXT1XG:: : MRH.Mrs. CAlll) OF THANKS Gives ( tProvisions Bees Work For Maroon background and white 2,500; "A" motorcycles j.ocm'(\ ;;
FOREHAN: JUNIOR CIIU'I.K MKKTH Attorney! General ,.Digest letters will be the color icheme forFlorida's "AX" motorcycles exempt, -.mi
-
sin- Hdhey Magnate 1931 automobile license trailer, private use-' 3,000; trail,I'.
-- Circle Wo desire to express our
1' The Junior No. 32, held i for hire, 2,000; passenger
A. Z. Adkins entertained cere appreciation, for the kindness ,under ; iar"
at Method to be followed
its meeting Tuesday evening tags.The duplicate 4,000
;
with three tables of bridge Thursday shown us during the Illness and after order for approximately {trucks dupltc.u,,'
which
tour-thirty In the business the law for conducting the coming Waycross Ga., May 16.-Two 2,000,
Mrs death: of lather and for next has
evening complimenting the our 500,000 tags year
session lasted only an hour, then hundred miles of bee hives extending .
D. C. Forehan of Albany, da., who several short interesting talks husband, r, A. Williams! and especially -, Florida primaries are enumeratedby In unbroken chain around been placed with the state prison
:' has been the house guest of her visitors also Drs. Holland, Mann Mid- Attorney General :Fred: H. Davie -, an farm at Raiford by Walter S. Mc- South Jacksonville-Buikhold-
were given by our ; the great Okefenokee Swamp near ,
Mrs. I>. P. Carpenter and dleton and Mrs. Fay Gill vehicle commis er building at northeast corner
[ sisters initiation was put on for two new In an opinion given a west here, second only to the Florida Lln. acting' motor o f
'.: Mrs. T. T. Long during which time the The Williams Family Florida resident. with i sioner. Flagler street and Hendrirka n\..
Juniors Everglades In area, together
where the tables -. declared he decided sue, being extensively remodi-led
The room junior drill team showed great "Section 308 provides that each hives set In every penetrable por- Mr. McLIn
were arranged were tantcfuly dec- progress in their work prior to :\IIC;'. MARTHA NORTON polling place shall be presided over tion of the vast lowland make up In favor of maroon tags with Jacksonville Contract lot! t0

orated with floor baskets and our last meeting. The meeting services:: by a board of Inspectors" Davis one of the world's largest apiaries. white background because experience George D. Auchter Company by
r vases of Easter llllies and lark- Funeral for Mrs. Mal has shown that those colorsare Southland Dairy Products for
then closed and refreshments were said, "and that each polling J. J. Wilder, owner of this mam- , remodeling -
f npu,'. served to thirty-five Juniors. ,tha Norton, former resident of place shall be railed off and constructed moth colony of bees, declares that good for endurance. Zarlng warehouse at
At the end of the progression Hampton, who died yesterday with an opening' one contentment of workers Is as essential Order lit Early Dennis and Stockton streets at om

[ the prize for ladles was presented HOI HOLLY WILL RETURN: morning at the home of her son, end or side as an entrance for the to the honey-making business While the new tags will not be of $25,000. .
to Miss Ethel Griffin and provedto R. B. Norton, In Clearwater, will voter and an opening at the other other industry. needed for distribution until No- Greenwood More than lO.ono
: WORK to
TO NKWSI-APKIC: as any
be a beautiful framed picture. be held this afternoon at 4 o'clock for his exit as a polling} place at The wilderness of Okefenokee vember 15, Mr. McLIn placed his pounds of Spanish peanuts win IJB
Mr. T. T. Long received high for from Hope church near Hampton. which to hold the election. to order early to avoid the possible i shipped from this territory thin
abounds in the things
R. J, Holly of Sanford, well necessary
.
,men and was given a deck of Mm. Norton was an aunt of Cecil "The law provides that but one and disadvantages of a rush job. season..Crisco .
{ contentment. Tupelo
bee gum
known In the fraternity -
newspaper
" [cards. The honor guest was presented Moore of this city.-Gainesville voter shall be allowed to enter
which make honey
of the state, expects to again gallberrles,
I with a pair of chiffon hose. Dally Sun, May 21. but one polling place 'at a time,
engage In the business of printingand that will 'not granulate, are found
: served chicken
The hostess a and the
no one except Inspectors
' publishing after an absence of In the swamp with hundreds ol
, ;salad course to the following ATTORNEY GKNKR4LDKKKJNATKH of the election (not eVF"I.the\; clerk other wild flowers attractive to
guests: Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Mon. seven years.I : : HOCItM of the' election) shall be' allowedto "v
I bees.Wilder's.
"tit ,tieth. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Hitch, Bob Holly was in the newspa- FOR PRIMARY 1-OLLH speak to the voter while In the honey desire to become a bee fisted"Q
: business In Florida
*. per and printing -
j'I MI' and Mrs. T. T. Long Dr. and polling place casting his vote.
for thirty years and about seven raiser was born when he was four
I 'Mrs. D. C. Forehan, Miss Florence years ago sold the SanfordDaily The polls for Florida's first primary -I "Section 308 further providesthat years old. His mother denied him

,, Matthews, Miss Ethel Griffinand Herald and other newspaperproperty. to be held June 3, should even an Inspector shall not tho privilege of eating all the honey -
Mr. R. L. Stanley of Galnes- bo open from 8 a. m., until 7:32p. : ,not have the right to speak to nor he wanted he decided when
Since that time he has so
'Yllla.BMHH.. m., eastern standard, time, east I Interfere with voter1 concerning :
been the director of publicity for any he grew up he would own so many
, the Florida: Public Utilities:Information i of the I Chattahoochee river, and the manner o/IB. 'Voting or bees he could eat honey, with ev- cOD
AVJIITH IIOST1IHH: TO Bureau and also ran a column from! 8 a. m. to 6:32: p. m., cen- any ballot he may vote. ,ery meal.
:", 'V, M. S. KAPTIST CHI-ROC known as' "Just In Passing" tral standard time, west of the river "Section. 309 provides that the In his early teens-he became interested -

'* and other special stuff in the newspapers Attorney General Fred II. Da- polls shall be opened at 8:00: In In bee culture He placedthe
Circle number of the Woman's vis said in an opinion.The the morning and kept open until bees in a glass/ hive, which he
!':Missionary Society, of the Baptist Mi Holly expects to establish polls for the second primary sundown with an adjournment be- kept in his room. There he watched -

church entertained. circles of a newspaper syndicate that will June ,24, should be open tween 12 and 1 o'clock for one every move the bees made:
If the society Monday afternoon this supply special matter for newspa- from 8 a.m., eastern standard halt hour. During all the time From that hive has grown a
(being the quarterly social meeting pers and will also operate a news- time, east of the Chattahoochee, that the election Is held and also business producing nearly 1,000- o

of the society. The meetingwas laper, .or newspapers at points ,Jn and from 8 a. m., to 6:41: central during the recess taken by the Inspectors ,000 pounds of honey a year; whichIs -
', held at the home of Mrs. Qeo. the state not as yet designated. standard time, west of the river, for lunch, the ballot box shipped to all parts of the world. r (

I' C. White, who with the leader of With his wide experience, knowledge Davis added. Is! required to be'kept ,:In the possession During the world war the government ; s
clrclo number one, Mrs. J.' M. I of the state and his reputation The attorney general based his of and in view of two of took Mr. Wllder's entire output $

Brownlee received: the guests and as a' town builder, Bob Holly opinion on the law which provides the Inspectors, who shall not have and sent it to Europe. He
.1' ('looked after their pleasure. for the polls to remain open from the key thereof I than 1,000,000-
should have no trobule in editing now owns more
& ; \ Quantities of Easter lilies and a newspaper "Somewhere in Florida 8 'o'clock in the morning until "Section 309( also ''specifically 000 bees filling 15,000 hives., I
t gladioli, tastefully arranged In I ." sundown, and upon the almanac, provides that all ''durfn'g the'elecLion 4 01
,
I baskets, were used to brighten the which says the sun will set at 7:32p. : and during the canvass of the f'Al'KK: ()I"HIS.unJ.lTVJJ. ',. ,, .
J spacious living room where the I IIKU.TII.{'O'iTtSTI : m., eastern standard time on vote the ballot box""''shall not be .\\'IS GIVES OPINION "

[;,:I guests assembled. Refreshing June 3, and at 7:41 p. m., eastern concealed from the public. 1IAHIS 01" KXKMPTION: ', .
P;5 fruit punch was served to the arriving I The annual county 4-H Health standard time on June 24. "The latter provision of the law Old ago and physical Illness

P,! guests by Misses Martha Contest will be held at .the Wom- IA Important and It should be may bo Fate but they're not mis-
: ;Brownlee and Bunnie Canova. all's Club building at Starke. Wednesday POLITICAL (CROHSltRKKDSA : : borne In mind that when a bulking fortune, according to law. ...

H,11%r A word building contest and af May 28th. All 4-H club *is designated; as a polllnn Not the fact that a person Is : lIb. 23c; 1 1-2 lb. 32c; 3 lbs.
f musical contest Inter- place that this building must be
proved ,
very girls over 14 years carrying the personal friends, we rare disabled but the'cause of his disability -
R'j *'estlng' Mrs. M. C. Stith accom- nutrition program are eligible to nothing for your brand of politics. so arranged that the public can Is the basis for tax exemp- 61c61bs.-------; $1.20
:, parried by Miss Ethel Griffin, fall We '' admire approach near enough to the ballot -
(p; compete for the 4-H health schol- can you, esteem you tion according to Fred II. Davis
,beau-tiful ll rshlp. This scholarship Is being and love you just pil sincerely, box to at all times see the ballot attorney general who Interpretsthe Pillsbury Flour: 24 lbs. $1,0312; lbs
; !: solos, and Misses Martha whether box, while the election Is being
given by the Starke Woman's Club you are a democrat, a republican laws for a tax assessor.
'rl f Brownlee and Bunnle Canova each and It will pay all expenses to the a prohibitionist, a socialist I- held and while the. votes are being. Only those who were disabledby 55c; 6 lbs '- '- 29c
tt gave two splendid readings! that State Short Course to be held In or any other party advocateand counted. the war or by misfortune which .
l'' I were much enjoyed. Tallahassee, Juno 6-14th, adherent But we cannot quite "Section! 327 provides that no
means those crippled by accidents, P & G Soap 6 Bars 24c
-
;':' '. ,Mrs.: White* assisted by' Mra. J, ,The girls that that are competing bring ourself to admireven per- person "hall, be permitted within aro eligible for tax exemption, -
yry (M. Brownlee, Mrs. J. E. Wilson 15 feet of the polling place This
\ will bd judged In the morning sonally the party straddler1' who the law states. Lava Soap.3 Bars -- 15c
,4 ;,''Misses Bunnle Cavnova and Martina >:. beginning; at 9 o'clock. salves! his conscience wlth'uophtsrles means/, that,no person shall* be per- .

:: Brownlee, served a dainty sal- At 2:30: in the afternoon the manufactured' for. hint. ". by' mitted nearer than 16 feet to the ..N- .NNFORSALE'............... Tropical Vinegar pt. Ifc; qut. 18c
i"" fad course. salad and posture context will beheld technicians: "' 1 ballot box!: nor any election booth ,

I j 'Those attending this pleasant in the assembly room at the If you are a democrat, well and where voters are casting their O i Standard Nut - ,- 29c
I'' Y(t affair were: Mesdames J. H. club building. Mrs. 12.! M. Johns, good. Exercise 'your party rights votes. !

I'Pitts. Lucy Powell, H. E. Carter, president of Federated Club, will and privileges.; It you are a republican "The law provides that a deputy Southern Nut - 35c
,l 1. n. Lord. C. G. Bryant, G. H. award the scholarship to Bradford good again You have the sheriff shall be appointed to act'at .

; Bennett, .J. E. Withrow, J. D., county's healthiest girl. The girls dignity of the majority party of each polling place; but the follow- Tomato Crates, ii DAISY CHEESE - lb. 26c
I_ Goodman A. L. Kahr, Jr., S. L.Peek making the highest score in the the United States back of your attitude ing III a quotation from Section i '

M. C. Stlth, W. J. Epperson, salad posture and health content and far be It from us to 327, Complied General Laws, re- Paper and Nails.D.W.MOORE. Apples for pies No. 3 Can19c
.A, M. Darby J. E. Wilson, J. S. will compete with the girls making bold 1 that your right Is less than lating to the rights of such'deputy\, i i ii ,

Kite H. L. Brownlee Paul E. Ca I highest score In other counties Inthe.state ours or that your opinion Is not while. on duty: CERTO .;. -- 33c
nova Sr., O. W. Alderman, O. J, at Tallahassee in June. aa sacred under our governmentas 'No sheriff deputy sheriff or
''t Griffin F, B. Johns W L. Wall, The demonstrations will be open Is ours. city policeman shall enter the PRUNES 2 lbs. r29c

G.' P. Raymond,Misses Ethel Oriffln to the public and the ladies and And there Is' the great; class of polling; places without permission i Theressa Fla. i ,
Bunnle Canova and Martha girls are especially Invited to at- people who are politically Independent -I I from the majority of the Inspectors 2t. j:

, Brownlee.JC. I They, too, are to be admired of the electlou exCept: o'Ia! this N, .................4.... '
j tend.The following girls are competing for the high principle that own ballot" Evans Food Store'
JC. K. MAY PARTY in the salad contest", : Hampton. governs their attitude. After all, "Deputy sheriffs are not per-
,"" 1 1't Laura Tucker; Drooker, Ozena It Is this class which saves the mitted to assist.vo\erp In marking
f :':The Christian Endeavor Society Green; Graham, Thelma Brown; country' from stagnating under the their tickets, even'w1ienthe..voter I

''-:,.(enjoyed a May party Friday eve- tnrke, Jr., Lillian, Sternberg; domination of a majority Varty' la entitled o.\I1I\Y'\ assistance' Binder FLORIDATHEATRE
Ding at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Starke Sr., Marta Weeks; Rising;, grown careless in its success. the law. Section :3 32 requlres
:* ?R Clark N. Walnut st.liil that the Inspectoia shall render assistance '
F. on Ida Mae Lewis; Vanderbilt, Edith These real Independents ask no '
a 'MI n Eunice Park Ills was chosen Conner; Hellbronn, Mary Reddish; favors of either party They seldom when necesBiry: Not even II'MEMORIAL MAY BARGAINS
(QI1een.oC, May, and the ladles In Voodlawn, Aleene Rosier; Law seek office. They seldom seek the 'clerk of the-election Is entitled Homo of "ItaphoneGAINESVILLE

,liil:, 'waiting were Misses Estella Ken- tey, Mary Dunkler. political plum of any kind. They to render'such assistance. FLA. I II II
: ,: Grace Wood, Edna Stans- Mildred Hundley will begin the demand as the price of their sup "The latter Is a very Important'l I-I
[bury, and Christina Kahr. Pages: demonstration with stalk on mayonnaise port a high aim and a clean record provision as a contest I I II.
',1 Wesley Stearns and Harold Ry- on the part of aspirants for olllce.: pending In one of the courts of I I. PROGRAM FOR WEEK I

4bold, Flower girl: Margaret Low- So we reserve for.these real Independents this state based upoa. allegations j MAY 22, 1930 j jt
I' MIIS. MINMK: U. l.ii: : in politics our highest that there was Improper hlerferi i| : II'r
;- political regard.; euco by sheriff's deputies with theGAIETY'': I 4
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", I and an appropriate written inesr The many friends of Mrs. Mln- But there are straddlera who -- t TodavFridayHarold

k: r sage to her highness. Other cere-: ale (I. Lee, wife of Emmett Lee, are neither of these. They are po- I tI Lloyd tJ '
i
'
,f t";monies Incident to a royal court 355 Woodlawn avenue, will regretto lllUal cross-breeds. They are icglatered ;- : I Sr
J' ;;wasp carried out during the eve- learn of her death yesterday at as party men and women ; In I I .01 Of
,
1, nlng. the home of her daughter, Mrs. and many of them continually oak His Latest Comedy-riot I
j. A salad course with fruit punch n. JjJ. Harrell. 330 West Fifth'st., tavors. Yet they hold mental reservations I tQ

it was served the following guests: following an illness of several that are destructive of THEATRE ,WELCOME' DANGER I Ij
Mrs. O. 1C. Yowry Miss Carrie Ug- months. party solidarity. They lack the S U
'I\\, low Inn Forsythe, Edna Stans- Other survivors.are two sisters; sense of loyalty that must be the I
,l' bury, Ealelle KendrickElizabeth Mrs. Lola Jones. Lake Butler, and foundation of any party or groupor STARKE, FLA.FIUUAY j- Saturday i

,. Kendrick) Christina Kahr, Eunice: Mrs. Alice Peaks. Sanford and a organization of whatever tna-I' : '
', Perkins, Laura Lee Hemingway, brother: George; Mann Lawtey. ture. Posing as members ot one A SATl'llDAY RICHARD DIX New

1" Grace Wood, Lucille\ Mitchell, Mrs. Lee had been a resident of party, they deal and dicker with :May 2lnl and 21th I In I,I / Style
,Alice Fernandez Messrs. 'Owen Jacksonville for twenty-nine years loaders or ward heelers of another. i: j1zTh/2ndc

:= irtOln Jimmy Averell, Tom Hush, and was a member of the Wesley For their own advantage they Hoot Gibson, 'Louise "LoHn' The Ladies" I
1 I IJol1" Powell, One Wiggins. Wesley Memorial Methodist church. will be friend to foe and foe to I Got Set for at UfeUme Guaranteed

$, Stearns; Frank Mitchell and Funeral services will be held at friend,-under cover.' For these Lorraine, Malcolm Funnier than "Nothing'' FULL
1 Trouble free
Howard UybSll of the University 3 p. m., today at the Wesley Memorial wo have neither political nor per- I Trip
5 tot Florida; and Dr. S. P. Vandl- Methodist church with Rev. sonal esteem or admiration White But The Truth" I Ii mid n Summer of OVERSIZEBALLOONS

.Iere of the State Farm. ,, 8. O. Hammon*!, officiating.The Moral courage has a place in i :
following will act as pall- politics. It la moral courage that In MondayTuesdayWinnie Enjoyable DrivingTire

MRH. rOUKHAN IIONOItKUMM. : hearers and are requested to meetat lifts the statesman from the ranks. i Llghtner : 4.40-21 (Z n..4."") gaR7
'. ------- the home 355 Wondlawn ave- And, be he democrat, republican "THE MOUNTED up for the season at low ".IW -l.: ua.4.ne<<: ) __ ..IL'I

H. C. Hitch and Miss Ethel nue, at' 2:30: p. m., today: W, R. or. Independent, let him show mor- I Of "Gold Diggers"In I prices! Latest 1930 Good i. ait 43Hx47.1l: :: ;ors:

' tGrlflln, were joint hostesses Friday Minor, Jr., .0. C. Beaver' II. M.McCnlly \!. al courage and ability to go withIt STRANGER"And I years! World's greatest 47.1-ZO 459! 4.75)) __ "'le
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,u t, h afternoon at the home of the form.er 8. W. Harrell L. S. Cas- and ho will have and. hold a fol I values because Goodyear 4.T.1-ZI. M>.iu 4nAx4.7OI flD"IYNII: ____ HM H.II.1n.
wlth a bridge party given In tleberry and James D. Brown. ,In, lowing. 'HOLD E VERT H ING' enjoys n.mt-ao: .IOX.I.IMD -- HIM
t ho'dor of Mrs. D. C. Forrhan of Al- terment will be In. Evergreen' cemetery Straddlers usually are lacking In "('\I.L OK TUB ri'C'KOO": I i I lowest costs by building :9.0O-3I (31xO.OO __ 11.110

,'.bang, Ga, with Hardage and WilliamsIn this element of leadership. The I II MILLIONS MORE tires than
The tables were arranged on the charge,-Jacksonville'' Times- time Is near at hand when the Also ) i I WednesdayBILLIE I II II any other company. Get

attractive veranda' of this home Union. May 1 Dth. straddlers In our own locality will: NKWtf I Special Offer on "new Good."r." PreM...fnot.1 .
tf and the setting was further enlhanced .. be without a political resting PATHK. I DOVEIn all "
around
, by baskets and bowls of I'. \VIIII.\MS: : r. ;, '. II years ,
place. Even now theirs is an uneasy 1.3 rl ril. nom S DO
r llllies, larkspur and sweet peas. ---:.... seat.--Leesburg Commercial WKUXKSDAY: A TIICR."'4lY I'' :ttha i-a ..I. ni. os 0.1:1 .

,; Mrs. B. S. Carroll captured high P. A. William. 70, of New River ., May DHtb.,4utilsnth The NOTORIOUS AFFAIR Gitarartirftl Tire 91x4 344.3Id.wed.5.75. HI I'd'T-- H.IKV
|!prise which was a pair of embroidered died at the HIM hospital Sun- Jacksonville' Beach Perkins I Ifs' airiA 11:"' '' KM rd _____...1.31't
pillow cases. Low went to day night following an Illness of House, holstery, sold to Maude Ronald Colcman and ,, .-V p g 33x4, 1-9 ,se rd ...I:1.1Mt:
'Mrs. D. Montleth and she received two weeks, and bural! "was heldat Chew and Lulu Plummer for con- II I j COMING; I I II Emtlmatfm Free ai,4:: 1-2 1-2 ft* *rd d .__:.14.IMI 14.: WSUxO

;, an embroidered buffet set New River cemetery Monday afternoon sideration of 35000. and Lily Damita t' : 89 cd lid ._';.:&0.1:1Ritch's
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"+ Mrs. Forehan was presented with Rev S. 8. Proctor of Lake Fort Pierce--$500.000 600-car Norman ShearerIn II
> a box of novelty nuts paper. Butler, officiating. Mr. Williamswas capacity cold storage and pre- in. ) I ,
The hostesses served a tempting one'of the polneer citizens of cooling plant proponed. for this
I
fruit salad course at the end of : the county, born In the county and place, "THE RESCUE"And i 'THE DIVORCEE1' I Service Station
,,t Ode progressions. having rmlded In the New River > Quincy -r N. J. Clark rented ..
seetlon almost continuously. Ills Howard residence south of city - I t
han ware Mrs. Wade Kennedy, widow, and, four'children Bon lye, hall and will remodel Into modern itdi Episode| oC "TAIIZAX REGULAR PRICE 10 50c: O

if; Mr. L.' B, Vlnlng Mrs. D. A. Mon Mrs. 1', A. Williams New River' ; mortuary.. TilE TIUn"I I IIIii Stake Florida

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Mrs L. S. HuttoJibave; "'returned ney and Mary Lucille Torode served ACCIItKNT:: TOM working order.

to their home Jacksonville.\ the guests with delicious Ice ZIFF KKKPS CmO\\'ISH 4. have your headlights checked :- ;-,
Time For All Good
C Is The cream and cup cakea. The little !HI.. Opal ......1.. Car. DO (that you may he sure they t
y., Di-, A. E. Dunham and Mr. S. S. favor were Mayf* Baskets filled Hardly an Issue of any large do not blind other drivers )

Dowling were in Baldwin Sunday, newspaper appears!' these days i'

L Also tire ladies{ ) to Come I where Mr. Dowling spoke at the with candle The ;little! guests Mr. and Mrs. II. R. Thomas and without an account of at least one on 6 a Never muoh-lraveled"road leave"" !your car or parked highway a4!

( |Methodist church in behalf of the included;: Pate;' rioterts., Jewel son. Floyd of Jacksonville, spent (and often several!' \) serious automobile ,.
the week-end here with his parents at night; without lights h j jtl.

finances: of the church. Reddish, Ernestine: Moore. Jr. Mr. and Mrs. J, I). Thomas conies< more accidents.automobile< With tratnc spring and Keep to the right always )-

\\he of The Home Town Irelull -- Garlanvd"Gouwirir Lou and especially\ when going around ?
Aid Reddish, !Mr. Ward of Lake Butler, was r proportionate increase in the ?v .
Mrs. L. S. Hutto au'd daughters and and Dor- i in section day last week.Mr. corner or curve.
"I, Gene Moore, Billy our one number of tragedies due to care- ,
Mrs. A. II. Hall Misses Edna, 7. Do not pass another vehicle '
of Graham
Ilorlti Broughton -
othy Boulware, Caroline and Betty less driving and ullne'E'lIsary' 't
Carrie and Garneta Hutto, fspent when< going uphill or around a corner J
in section last ,
was our
speeding. Town, city and
Moore, Bhuford, Anna county
Thursday at Coleman where they Kasly business. or any time when you cannot
attended the annual Adamsvllle : Catherine "Wooter ,George; Brown Thursday on state law-making bodies continueto neo that everything! la clear ahead.S. .
Mi and Mrs J. W. Lewis and
enact measure Intended to
result -
picnic. Moore, Clara Mae Harley Cleo
LI crop for the first time In several has :1 Mr. J. B. Thomas was shopping Don't drive too close to the
strawberry years Sapp and Paul Dlnkttis' Jr.BROOKER In a reduction of the auto accident -
machine ahead
1 j ,TO produce a profit. Of course we have to expect a badi In Starke Saturday afternoon.Mrs. toll, but the lint of fatalities |
Mrs. C. C. Hoppee, who has 9. Always signal when turning .,
very once In a while. But there to one crop that we Tommie \Vastlen and keeps growing.After .
I stop cultivating and that is the crop of pesky agents spent everal weeks here with her' i daughter, Miss Kstelle of Waldo, across the highway or when stopping = .;;
|hIla, all the safety of the auto-
brothfr-ln-law and sister Mr. and where there Is tru'tlc. ,
I continually worming In and out amongst our friends were visiting Mrs. Vv'asden's ..15ter riding
) are Mrs. O. L. Beasley, will return tomorrow public, aa well as of anyone 10. Never drive onto a highway
business that the Mrs. Stokes last week. .
neighbors getting home town business ? tor t
I Minn IVnrl ittlnrr.. Cur.Mr. who walks or drives 1tl'am on
her home main without first
to In Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Reynolds thoroughfare _'
be getting. They license .
should pay no no taxes and highways, rests mostly with the
4R
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that the Is clear.
cases out of ten when you take your little C. O. D. and children of Graham were visIting seeing way .
Ine A. I). Shaw of Gainesville men and women behind the steering 11. Don't drive where there l I"
Miss Blanche Alderman, Miss their Mr. and Mrs.
luge out of the post office you hate to admit It but you real- parents, wheels. Careful driving and
the bargain you thought you were getting aln't no Pearl Jordan, Dr. S. P. Vandlvlere, wa transacting business here last J, B. Thomas. the any amount of traffic unless you
that avoiding of taking any unnecessary
all of tho State Farm and Mr. C. C. Thursday Mi. 'Henry Stokes spent last haves complete confidence In your
lain at Heed, of Fernandlna. returned Mrs Old Crawford: of High week at Waldo with his aunt and chances are the only mentis competency to handle the ear
Knight our worthy tax collector that there of reducing the number of accidents. !
Carl says
her< otherdriver
?\\ Monday from a motor trip to Tam Springs was visiting daughter i uncle Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Was- 12. Remember that any
t but two surenhlngs In life and Taxes Is one of them; Mrs. Livingston\ hues here last .- Observance of I the follow- ban as much right to use ,

thai I have either got to come across or close up shop. I pa. Thursday den. ing rules< will help: road have "'
an
I
Mi*, w. J. Johns of Starke have you
that part of these taxes are used for'such foolish things Mr. A. A. Hazen.pf Gainesville 1. Remember< that risking a life 11.: Unnerve all tiattic lawn.i .
Jacobs lurued home after spending a
Mr. and Mrs. n. of
ihoolif. Some folks seem to think that we ought to go on was transacting business here seveiat to ave a minute U gambling i "'
inutile of week here with his
Starke and Mr. and Mrs Wm. De- '
L ,,rig, school Now my Idea Is that as long as these agents brow of West Palm Beach were days of last week,., daughter! Mrs. J. W. Lewis. ,against. tremendous odds. llogiin -- Work started on 1:1-: "

ii't pay anything,towards keeping up our schools. let' turn Mr. Cliff tlazen of guests of Mr. and !Mrs. Wm. '
'- down cold nexttime.. What do you say T' ner the early part of the week.H9- attending to business here last Mills of Graham, were In our section high rate of speed except in parental home, authorized recently -

Green Cove Springs Times Wednesday- Friday.Mr. emergencies by broad of county rommlnsloneri -
Mr. Johnnie Joullas'as/ a bunlncfcs 3. Do sure that your brakes 'are ).
and Mrs. J. W, Lewis< were
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visitor here last Tuesday. nn
\.ey II. A. Dew railway mall clerkon . attending to business In Lake Butler . . . .... .
NP MiU. 1Gainey and E J Hazen --- ---- --- '---'--- - ------- ---- -- -
STERNBERG'S 5 IP* the Jacksonville-Tampa divis- biislnexa In lust Friday.
were transacting
ion. la engaged In farming as a Calnesvllle: last Tuesday Mrs. I. W. Oyal and daughter,,!
:
Miss. Marlon Lee of Graham spent,
'slde-llue"i and that he is succeeding -
Mi'.. and Mm. C.'A. ofLake
Drlggers
THE UKLLABLK STORE here
was shown by the basketof several days of thin week

squashes\ presented to the Tele- Hutler were,. attending to with her parents Mr. and Mrs. J.W .

eking of Kliigxlcy Lake I Imve to* it-mark dust I Hell! Kriul< graph force this week. business here last Thomas Friday. Lewis.
Mrs. \V. and daughter
O.
ley and Hiwildlng llathiiig Hull*. Nut H"-<1.Ink Mr, H. B. Thomas attended
of Starke were visiting,. friends court at Starke several days of
Mi; and Mrs: Clement Nixon> here last week..

M,', and Mrs Frank Brown, of : last week.
Mrs RV. Brannen and daughter Thomas and daughter,
Mrs. Dill
- ---- ------ ---- - - ---- --- Omaha, Neb., Mrs Catherine K.
Pauline, of Lake Jlutler, spent
of Starke in our section Sat
were
Davis, Miss Joule Hoffman andbrother
Sunday here as guests of her parents -
.GG Louis, were visitors here Mr. and Mm. I*. Gainey. I. urday afternoon. ka VOUR1O1EY
1))
and
'cC Sunday. Before returning to Jack- Miss Stella Mae Ward of Jack- M,, and Mrs. T. 'I) Dyal

Bits of sonville they spent several hoursat sonville, spent the w,.-k.end hereas children wero visiting Irelr. )) par of
8 8I.ocall'I Mrs. Davis' cottage on Klngley ents. Mr. and Mrs. 0V. yal
guest of her mother, !Mrs. T. P.
Lake. Graham last week.
Ward.
Miss Kvelyn: Went on of Waldo

Town.'c G GConcerning Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Clark had as Mr.: Wajiiwrlghi; / .of Lake last Butler Sun spent last week here with her
was plaiting frlendtyh
guests Saturday and Sunday, Mr. da;. ('1)(1 Shill. Lorena and Foy !Stokes.:
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Edward: Parradee mayor of St. Johnson C-- 'r 1Whrthrr
MPH. W. W. Margaretand I Contracts -
[} Hnlno City --- ( let for
five ilollitre
Klcard and Mr. eiwud -
Cloud. Mr. O. .oil |
Our [} Wright JohiiHon,and Mrs. .O. : Groves Hotel building '
People, Chas Buttery, of St. Cloud. As a remodeling or it you law <'\-
L. Prltchard of (;rel\n boro. Fli .
Progress of the County and D committee representing the Voters were visiting friend. ; and relatives IMTI \trit s.dlsflu'l1un fur.
hire . In w'r
Tax
League and Non-Voting Payers JIMIIiiioiiey
here this week.
[}
", these gentlemen were looking Mr. and Mrs. Lyon Crosby of J A. RUPERT \lfiS. Sash' or 'IUIII.ttt It'..

2S"'IS! Into the economic condition of the hero last ({(Mill 1 llllMllieNH to shop| Ill'll
Lawtey were visiting,
I UK:.ITHKU.: KEl'ORT", Mexican June and Cuban flint municipal plant They stated that Sunday DentistKEI4TONtl fur food l

corn. J, F. Kickllter. they were highly pleased with the
Mr. Robbie 1'arrlsh of Lake Butler Q

Ik ending\ May 20, 1930, by condition of city light and power l was visiting here lam Sunday : : HEIGHTS: 1"J..o\

(Forestry Department, Starke Judge and !Mrs. A. V. Long and plant. Misses Dorothy Tyttou. Gladys

111. daughter, Annie, were here Sunday Duke and !Mr. Albert Smith of -- - -- .. - OCTAGONWashing

ale Max' Min. Preclp.H visiting relatives. Lake Butler, were visiting here r-


87'87' 60 6", 0.34IS RISING Sunday and. Miss Lois Powders 3 for lOc
E. F.Vomeroy Jauknuii-i Mr. H. P. Gainey - -
Mry. : I I'i aT r11'nv .
Cor.Mr.
18 92 62' Ml hi. Mrltnr. Gainey< were business. visitors to ,
vllle, is the guest of Mrs.. J, !M. 1
17 95 66 Mitchell Starko last Monday. ? \ .

18 96 ,70 ,- B. J. Starling Of Starke wasa Mr. and Mrs. II., Mj alney! and OCTAGON

19 96 '70. T ; visitor at the home of T. N. NorJ Mtsa'LolH Gainey were visitors to
Miss Mary Pearce spent this
20 9" 71 man Tuesday evening. Hal ford last Sunday.

'al' rainfall for week .3" Ins. week In Hampton with her grand' Mrs. Winnie Johns of Plant City Mrs. II. P. Gainey and children Toilet Soap 4 f for. 25c
parents, Mr., and Mrs. O. llaynes.
H. M I.
was visiting! at the home of and Miss Lois Gainey were visiting ,
.
J. Howey, of Howey-in-the- McKao Friday. Sho was accom- In Lake Duller lout Sunday Glasses that please at prices.

was a visitor here Monday. Fruit Jars tops and rings, also ranled home by her mother, Mrs. I Mr. K. P. Gainey and D. L. Polk you ran afford to pay Nothing PURE CANE

-- jelly glasses. J. F. Klfkllter. Anderson, who has been here for were transacting business in but the best material used. Every -

i and Mrs. O. L. llaynes were some time. Gainesville last Tuesday. pair guaranteed to please.

rs to Jacksonville Tuesday. Mr. J. W. Alvarez of Jackson We are sorry to report Miss i Mrs. K. If. Thomas and children: No f'lutrKP for lOxatiihmf: . Sugar 10 pounds 56cMOTHER
ville, was a guest this week of his
-- Rosa Mae Norman on the sick list 'of Jacksonville were visiting here IK. MATIIIS2OSJ ,

.(to tops cushions and cushivers. sl le.', Mrs.\' Paul K. Canova SiDr. -. this week, and we hope that she last Saturday;
I MitMiMilr: T"IIIII"JACKSONVU.T.N
M. Lerlton. 26tf - will soon be up again. : Mr. Clyde Simmons of Gainesville

and Mrs. Kirk of Jackson Mi J. M. Rosier of Evergreen, was visiting here last Friday FLA.REST . OR QUAKER ,
I
In Adams Is spending week'sf ville, wero guests Sunday of Mr. attended the unveiling at Haw I night.

f' In Atlanta with relatives. and Mrs. It. S. Humphrey. thorn Sunday afternoon. I .- Oats Per l lOc :
STARKE Package - - -
-- \ -- The B. Y. P. U. social 'given at I ROOM AND BOARD IN ,

l<. T M. Riherd of Lake'But- Mrs1. B. D. Ilopson of Jackson- the home of C. A. Crosby Saturday .. ONLY $8.00 PEU WEEK(
Itas ville, was a guest of friends here well attended and
a business visitor here afternoon was MRS. W. S. 1310 TESSTEAM'
"esIIay first of the week. enjoyed by all. We were glad to OCTAGON

---- ,have with us the following members ;u .
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C0,411'ANYSuits
G week-end Spanish and Florida runner pea- from Wateroakl t Misses Can- PRESSING :;
Boyd last
spent
9c
>mpi visiting his brother M. nuts, chufas and velvet beans J. I dacy" May and Mljdred, Alvarez. Cleaned, Pressed and ReshapedJ. Scouring Cleanser, 2 Boxes - -

and 1 niece, Miss Iva Boyd. F. Kickllter. | I Misses Ellen and Carrie Bell Nor- Frank Thontan-Phone 52

and Russell .
man and Mr. Frank
and Mrs. II. O. Smith of
11 have sweet potato and to- Mr. Norman. IJIAXWN1JllOUSE
Jacksonville, and Mrs. Julia Eastman *. McRae and wife of
plants as soon as It rains. J. M Wesley w
"i khter. of Lake Butler, were guests this section attended the chicken cAJHI

of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley supper at Hampton Friday night. Coffee Pound 37c

and 1 Mrs. P. E. Canova,,Jr., !Mr. Floyd Crosby was a. visitorto ,
Miss Bonnie Canova spent Mrs. S. S. Dowllng and daughter Waldo Saturday night. Never

,lay In Jacksonville ,. Nellie, spent the past week in There will be church services CAMPBELL'S

Tallahassee with Mrs. Dowling'nmothei' Saturday and Sunday at the

[11. 11 C Hitch spent Tuesday Mrs. W. S. Stroman. church. and Sunday mornljig at 9 Ij I Ir

,nineavllle with her mother, o'clock there will be baptism at Pork, and Beans 3 can for25c

S. II, Demaree. Miss\ Kate Etruth left Wednesday Crosby lake. Everybody, Invited. too young $ j ,

--- - for Jacksonville, where she Study with us, "The Awakening

o Brown of Punta Gorda, Is spending ten days with her slater i Nations: Need Christ," In senior I GOOD-WIFE SELF-RISING

I visitor to Starke Thursday Mrs. W. L. Edwards.Mrs. B. Y. P. U. Sunday night. II. M. ,

'lag McRae, Group Capt.LAWTEY.
L. M. DeSha, of Wildwood . to start'9r' Flour 24 pounds - - - 98cBEST

..0 Eastern Star chapter held visited her parents, Mr. 'and Mrs. ,

W. It. Struth,.SfVthe flrst.of the --. .
. ''
nlereHtlng Monday ,
meeting- *
I week.. T *"' 1- I .
'"K' at the Masonic hall. I GRADE
H.., K. H. flurnrr. <_.
-- I II The ladies of the Woodmen Cir- t.It's I.

I cle had an enjoyable picnic Thurs- Salt Bacon Pound 19c
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Roberts and -
I A day at Kingsley Lake at the cot and Miss Louis Worthwhile- ,
Patsy
WORD tage of Mr. and Mrs. E. 'V. Hayes.M. daughter
Thede, spent the week-end in De- ,,,
Roberts' parents. I GOOD GRADE
.-. and Mrs. Douglas Russell, Land with Mrs. YouthHE'S
COLUMNERS of Hollywood, California were Mi A. A. crime; and Charles Banking on
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FOR SALE:-weight guests of Mrs. O. J. GrIffin the Beck returned ,Saturday from a RiceSPounds25e

o* and one-half to two pounds. first of the week. trip to New Orleans.
hone !Mi Enoch Grlffls spent MondayIn only kid, but he. thinks about "when he'
or call,A. J. Thomas. 1t't basinets.Ml "
Mr. and Mrs. D. 1". Carpenter Jacksonville on ." The things he'll do, the things
-. and Mrs. E. E. Burrfey Hal- CARNATION
t SALE OR RENT-8-room : went to Baconton. Ga., Monday to and Paul Moore visited he'll buy. Let him get the thrill of saving money.
lie Jones
"o story house on corner of spend. a week with Mrs. Carpen- Palatka and San Mateo Sunday. And let him know what It means to collect interest
Jl| .' Mrs. Jackson. ;
and Church streets. Apply .-. mother Milk large -25c
N. it. I Mr and Mrs. Stewart Beckett cans -
E
Daugherty.1Itf.. visiting Mr. and on deposits. .
Dayto'na
;:--. Miss Edna Pearce\ who baa of Enoch were Griffin Sunday. 'We make a boLb/o( taking care of boys' financial
"i . Mrs.
T. J.Thomaa.
her aunt Mrs.
j"1"SALE-Jersey''' soon fresh.cow Two-year, heavy been visiting, in Valdosta Ga., will re- Mrs. E. E. Burney entertainedwith training. Let your youngsters open bank accounts Crisco 3 Pound pail 65c
lawn party last -
I''1 purs-bred Jersey' male. F. turn home tomorrow. a delightful her with us . it will mean a liberal, practical ,
of
I 1 : Friday afternoon In honor
Pattee It* .-r-----"|. them.
,- Mrs. II. L. Brownlee, Mrs. M. I young son. Billy, who celebrated education} for
BLUE RIDGE
that time. 't" I
II I RENT, FURNISHED, 1Z C.,BLIth, Mrs W. J. Epperson and I his third birthday at carried out ,; J . .
' schema waR '
color
'JOm house, bath both floors Miss Mary Brownie spent Thnra- 'The 4'1'ER'CENT INTEREST.
'bot and on In Lakeland with Mrs. T. N. fn! rainbow color, and was used '. r Corn Peas 2 25cMC
, cold dellght- day
water
; and In the farors. or cans -
"11' Sun parlor. Large shady LImbaugb.Mf. In James the were rooms enjoyed among thema a "'On' All Savings* Accounts I ,

-0. fruit and flowers. Box ,
dance and little .
';' Nixon of pretty Maypole .u I '
*, Starke, Fla. It* and Mr8. Clement
- Neb., and Mrs. Katie Da- Mills Ernestine Moore was crowned -
Omaha. i
' the May Queen. Several plc- County Bank
visitors Bradford
Jacksonville, were
J YIt:, o< little
of the happy
Lawtoad week at the home Lures: were taken STORE
; main the Brut of the .
soil cnd close to after whfc-h'a lolly pop
ltd. a real bargain at $300.00 of Mr and Mrs. R. J. Davis.Mr hunt group was had where Patsy Robert Bradford CounlVa.Financial. Stronghold

**"*b.> This 80 offer good for 30 day -arid-Mrs,A. II. Han and baby and Jewel Reddish receivedthe STARKE, FLA. "'''here Satisfaction in n Cerlalnl,/'
write at btace. Floyd assisted
ill. Grand who were guests the first of i prizes. Mrs. Burney I : . -_ .-- . .. :
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P.\GI<: SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA ..FRIDAy; :l1.\f 21 i
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I II I Winner National ONLY LITTLE TIMKAX : I does not make a nIce p ha bj.,
when tied
rrflTHhi iA1)LJw I) MONKY NKKDBITO a few leavea
[ HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES
ed to fill out
IMPIIOVK hOME bunches

FARM NEWS SECTIONConducted Club Camp Trip Weekly from-Home DomonHtratlon. I are washed then stacked' on 'rhe. ahlll!
For a little time and expenditure thorough'
With
Has Fine RecordWilson I a vast amount of home Improvement A""ut. I Sixty of these bunches "I i

work can be done, ac'"'- stacked In a crate WhICh| ,""
By -- USES:!> FOB PL VMS 21. The tops I'li
I Roberts, 18 year old -' -- -- cording to Virginia P. Moore, assistant of the bUnr \
state home demonstrationagent. placed pointing out par1ground. I
T. D. RICKENISAKER, County Agent Washington county 4-H club boy, Normal ('hick Development The home Improvement Almost before the Mayhaw reason One bucket) Cl1 f
I of the highest state
; Demonstration was given one lot of little inc idea Is practical and growing. Last i Is over the little wild plum Ice is distributed In ,\!
:MISS PEARL JORDAN Home Agent I 4-It club honors when he was There are a IWOl't,
that make or mar the year 144 homes were remodeled cornea into maturity in all sectionsof the crate before parkin
chosen as one of the two boys to dental things i ilt',
represent Florida at the National success of any'one's chick brooc 114 water systems, 88 sewage systems the state. Whether they be ed. 200 of those orates' alt'

Check Watermelon I I Club Camp to be held In Washington -' ins: and that'ar. usually learned and 64 heating plants were fairly large or very small red or placed In a refrigerator all
I WHUF FAUIU rROGKAM hew homes yellow, they possess that peculiar the car is then
June 18-23. only by many long years of pain Installed and 43 were top-iced!!
Stem-end Rot With L "The Voice of Florida"Tho I Club work in the county beganin ful experience. We have already built 'according to plans of the acidity and tang of the akin. that The ;yield per acre usuaii,

1926 under Leon Carter, county gone over the more obvious mat State Home Demonstration De places them in a class by themselves around 300 to 400 crate i I II
ters of essential routine care. Here partment. During the same perIod for jelly making and for approximately 80c '
the Wilson 1-8 per .
Bordeaux PasteStemend farm programs given by agent. That ;year grew .
: Florida Agricultural Extension acre of sweet potatoes for a net are some things that are just as 2.272 women and girls improved fruit juices. harvest, pack and load om
Important but frequently over their bedrooms! 1.. IMum Jelly Into the car. The
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Service over state radio IIt.tlonwnUF profit of $25. Results of this, returns ,,
val looked. 306 their living rooms, 9 01 their Select sound, ripe, but not overripe -' $%.60 to $4.00 per crate
from 12:15: to 12:45: eastern the first year, sold him on the 111
rot should not be allowed time, each day next week wilt ue of 4-II club work.In Give the chicks plenty of room. dining rooms. 1,608 their kitchens, plums, using as soon as possible the shipments are connlH,

to cause a further heavy contain entertainment and musicas 1927 he continued the potato Crowding brings on toe and tall and 465 followed an outline planof afetr picking. Weigh, wash I Southern cities. Some of I u,I

well as helpful talks. Requested project, and added one in poultry. picking and other vices. household management. thoroughly and place In preserving cars to move this season net:
loss of melons when they mature vocal and instrumental solos From 15 eggs he did the almost Get the chicks out of doors all Planting grassless ;yards and do- kettle. For each pound of high as $400.00. ,

filnoe treating the starve with Bordeaux and duets by faculty members and Impossible and hatched and raised early. as practical. This may be ing away with the tin can complex fruit take two pints water. Boll Turnip,*

paste will prevent the dis; students from the College of Agriculture 16 chicks for a profit ot $8. Dur- even the first week If the weatherIs la two of the simplest home Improvement until soft, about 12 to' 15 minutes. Seed are planted broad'

ease. Dr. M. N. Walker, associate' will be the entertain ing 1927 Ous York became county warm and balmy enough. The etdps.. she suggested. Pour into flannel jelly bag and tho drill. I In three foot ro'

pathologist with the Florida I ment for Tuesday's program On agent and the Poplar Head club chicks need the sunshine but must 0.-1(0111. Yard" drip. This Juice may be transferred September. Pprple Tub Ct"1:",

plant Experiment Station. and stationed I other days well known recordingswill was organzed! in Wilson's com not be chilled. If you can't get The people who have no grass to bottles or quart Jars and the variety generally planted
watermelon disease laboratory be of Interest Dill and Abe, munlty. the chicks out by the third week, In the yards now are those who processed to be used for fruit pounds of a 7-5-6 fertilizer
at the
Lee burg. recently asserted. farm entertainers, have a few minutes In 1928 he took peanuts for his watch closely for any signs of leg have become accustomed to seeingno drinks or for making into jelly at ed under the seed at the till

; Stem-end, rot fungi enter bruises on. Monday, Wednesday, and project. ,Since his father had to weakness, and.lt you find it, adda grass, and have not thought a later time. planting. Top-dressing Will
2 and cuts caused by rough hand- Friday programs Talks are rent 2 acres of land from a neigh I little more cod liver oil to their about the beauty of a lawn. They For jelly pour juice into kettleto trate of soda la practiced, d1!

!, linK in the field or poor packing In r scheduled as follows: bor.. lIe prepared the land. applied -, mash. The oil not only acts as a know that In the winter the wind boll; then add one pound sugar ing on current seasonal) road,

the car, but most common pointof Saturday, May 24 -Farm News 600 pounds of superphos laxative but also gives the chick whistles through the sand or clay, for each pint juice. Continue a The plants are pulled, wbt
entry l is the cut stem he''ex- and Hints. U. S. Farm Science phate, and planted the peanuts in many of the benefits of natur.a; and that jn.the summer the glare brisk boll until jellying point I I. roots are about the size Of a,I

plalned. The melons should never Snapshots. 2 1-2 foot rows, 6 Inches In the sunshine Itself. of the sun 1s greater. They know reached; Indicated by the flaking egg. After reaching the pa

bo pulled from the vine, Monday, May 26-The Farm drill. lie cleared $60 and won a Keep the chicks of different ages that grass gives off moisture and or sheeting from side of spoon. house the turnips are tledl'1'

but should be cut with aa Colt, C. II. Willoughby, professor trip to the Boys' Short Course in separated. The chief reason for cools tho atmosphere, and that it Plum Butter bunch. The bottom portion",

l'I long a stem as possible. When they at animal ;husbandry, College of Gainesville. lIe stated that he en-. this is that with two different ages adds much beauty to the home. After the juice la extracted from turnip root Is trimmed! fm,:

> are being loaded In the car the Agriculture. joyed the work because he was of chicks together, the older chick! Foundation plantings of shrubs the plums the p.ilp remaining may and the bunches are then u

stem should be cut closer to the Tuesday, May 27- June la the running his own business. crowd the younger ones from the vines, and flowers according to a be run through a Oliver fruit pressor ed on a shelf and unshed

\" melon, and Bordeaux paste ap- Worst Month for Rust 1\IItes-J. Last year, 1929, he took fat bar- feed and drink, resulting in stunt- plan will also add much to the coarse strainer and made Into a oughly. The bunches are

plied to the fresh cut. A small R. Watson, entomologist, Florida rows for his project, and continuedthe Ing the younger ones. landscape. Last year 4,813 homesIn delicious butter. Measure this packed in a crate menniirt!]|

brush Is bandy here, he added. The Experiment! Station. two acres of peanuts, on rent Always avoid frightening the Florida followed such a plan. pulp and add 2-3 measure of sugar 18-21. About 60 bunches
!V) Importance of. this treatment can Wednesday May 28'-Some ed land. He had corn planted In chicks. Children and animals may The Tin Can Complex to the desired consistency. Add quired to fill a crate. One I II,

not be ovjer-emphaslzed, and many Valuablo and Interesting Bird every third row. In spite of rain, do this without your realizing it. Women are gradually getting cinnamon, cloves and allspice to of cracked Ice Is used In the

buyers are demanding the treatment Neighbors-L. T. Nleland, county and the hogs coming off late he Observe every rule of sanitation away from the tin can complpex. taste, if desired. Although the to keep the plants crisp A
', agent, Flagler county Primer for fattened out six for a clear profitof Scrupulously clean brooder houses. When they stop to think about the natural, piquant flavor of the plum tlon In called to the fact thi
;( Town Farmers. good clean fresh yards that have Is desirable. top portion of the turnip I IBD,
A commercial Bordeaux paste $37 and won another trip to ugliness of an array of tin cans of more .
may be used or a mixture may be Thursday. May 29 Adjusting the short course. not been usad.br poultry before, oat I all kinds for holding flowers on Plum Olive' In the center of the crate I

,r, made cheaply at home. In either I Dairying to Summer Conditions During the present ;year he least not for two or three years, the porch they will build painted Cather meaty plums like Abundance tho case of carload crate

ease the protection la worth more Hamllu L. Brown, extension dairy states that he is going to do his will probably, save you from ser: flower or porch boxes: If they; must Japanese, Excelsior or any crates make up a cailot slil;

.;, than the cost of treatment, he man. Work at the Experiment best with corn and poultry as his bus, epldemcs\of) disease ,among have flowers on the porch. Often other plum with thick pulp In the which Is top-Iced.

stated. It is convenient to place a Station Animal Disease LaboratoryDr. projects. He has been president of the chicks. they will find It more beautiful not whlto green state, just before they The yield per acre, cost of
row of melons at one end of the K.! F. Thomas, assistant vet- the Poplar Head Club since It was Break the chicks to roost as ear to. have anything at all on the aro colored. Stem and wash, pack vesting and packing, and re'
car, and treat them while anotherrow erlnar'an: In charge. organized. ly .an po Blbte. This can best be porch. In jars. Mix 1-2 gallon of boiling Is about the same as for eta!

Is being put In the other end. Friday, May 30-Ups and Wilson entered high school in accomplished by building'a' very wate.', 1-2 quart of vinegar, 1-2 Mixed cars of turnips and to]
4 To make the Bordeaux paste at Downs of a Florida Farmer-This 1929. but since his father is 78 low roost of,wire mesh Just a couple BORDEAUX MIXTURE pint of sugar, and 1-4 pint of salt, are sent to Atlanta Blrmlni,!

home place 8 ounces 'of copper time he pays a visit to the County years old, and he Is the only son of Inches, off the floor of the WILL KKRP' PKI'I'KULKAK dissolving the solids In the liquids. and other Southern cities.

; sulphate or bluestone and 2 1-2 Agent. he had to drop. out. His achieve- brooder house. After the weather SPOT DOWN When cold pour over plums.. Sea The package when placed !II

quarts of water in an enamelwarepan ments as a 4-H club boy are quite gets warm enough so they do the jars and they will be ready for car, has a very crisp and attn

and boll until the bluestone Is Jacksonville City commission enviable, though made In the face not have to stay right near the Growers of peppers are report- : use in 12 days. appearance and should tells,
hovers for beat, the chicks can be any marke t where greeu
dissolved- Add a mixture of authorized widening and repaving of many handicaps. Ing the appearance of the disease 9POSHIBIHT1KH
larch made by mixing 4 ounces of Twenty-first street from Talley induced to, take to these low known as leaf-spot to the Florida :> OH FALL scarce.
"SWAT Tin: 1I0CS.I<'IY" roosts. The sooner they do this Why not consider the '
of laundry or corn starch In one rand avenue to Myrtle avenue. 'Experiment Station, at the same MQKTAHLK: J OIUWI.MJ pottles
pint of cold water. Thoroughly I Cocoa Orapefriilt canning I the safer you wilt) be from "pileup. time Inquiring for means! of controlling IV NORTH FLORID.tThe offered in North Florid,
Times do When ." It Is a convenient growing and shipping them
change. I
arrange-
was it In time to prevent serious -
mix the two mixtures and boll until plant of 600-case capacity per day
I a boy I remember poem In the ment to have a roost suspended on losses. other vegetable. crops'
growing of
the of vegetable
they reao consistency will start operations here next sea I I greens
old reading book about how nice wires, so you can raise It slightly the .
a smooth paste, about 2 minutes. I son. :: Spraying; plants with 4-4-50 have proved a substantial sourceof
and gentle the housefly is. It told from day to day. By the sixth I Bordeaux mixture seems to be the Income for farmers In some section Panama City' Ground br'
r- i us children to appreciate this week the roost can be about 12
w.. poor most effective means of controllingthis of south Georgia durltlit! recent for $10,000,000 paper mill
little creature and to let It Inches off the floor. Be sure to
more disease, according to the replies years. :I 1by Southern Kraft Co
How to PlayBRIDGE have a sip now and'then from the have them well broken to roost sent to the growers. In or- Our neighbors Just' north of us I Lake Worth -Local/ watei'i

.' sugar bowl. befoie removing the brooder der to be absolutely sure to controlIt are shipping turnip greens and tern Improved.

: But, as I was saying, times do stove. r spraying should commence even collards in solid cars. Some Information Grading of Highway No
,, change. If a man wrote. a book I In feeding and in all generalcare before the young plants are removed In regard to the production Palm Peach Highway: net,

like that now, he'd be sent to the the Items to watch, in addition I- from the seedbeds and of this crop aa It Is (carried on Lee County line and Lubelle,'
Aeries v. ova -f asylum for crazy people. The folksIn to general liability\ and continued regularly after they are In south Georgia will doubtless be ed recently.

:929-30 Jby the book-writing business' know health, are as follows: Exercise planted to the fields. considerable Interest to the people Mulberry Phosphate M,!

Wynr-: FergusonAuthor that this "poor little creature" Is give the little follows lots of The disease, according to Dr. G In North Florida at the present Inc., organized here to put',
serious' obstacle to the good chance for exercise so they can develop F. Weber, associate plant pathologist -, time We believe that the gyow- business of Mulberry Auto 1
: $ Author of "P AUCTION 8IUDOa"Copyright health of us and our babies. Those their muscles and bodies. first appears as small brown Ing 'of fall, vegetables could likewise Company'and to take over !

book writers nowadays tell us to Feed-start In early to develop spots, having dark margins and be made profitable In North agency.
1929,by Hoylr.Jr. 'swat the fly", meaning to kill large feed u" acltles. It takes lots white centers. The leaf surrounding Florida. St. Augustine Firestone

>, him with a wire slapper. of feed to" give lots of eggs, and the spots may be yellowish. The south Georgia growers plant vice Store, Inc., constructing
:: ARTICLE No. 22 I was talking to ne of the the digestive systems must be de The spots grow rapidly. The leaves collard seed In September and headquarters here.

fete two luincSn that were played I Y should! bid two diamonds. This Is health people not so long ago. He vcloped while the chicks are wilt and fall. The cause Is' a fun I transplant when the plants are Palm Beaches plan 2.00'
'.' recentlyatoneoftheNewyorkCluhsItjle exact type of hand with which a showed me Just how this pesky young. gus and Its spores are easily scat. large enough. In three and one- construction program during
: that were the subject of much dieI I player should overbid a no trump by lousefly breeds and feeds! and tered by means of wind and rain, half foot rows. The plants are few months!, tor winter vi,
I' cushion: I partner, even with a minor suit. The lives and spreads disease. That COUNTY AGENT: NOTES- ;! thus making early and effective placed about 12 to 15 Inches apartIn next year.
hand
Hand No. t I is too unbalanced for a no-
Hearts-O!, J, ID, 9 I trumpcr and should be played at tho man talked right out plain about W. T. Nettles-district I extension preventive measures imperative. the drill. Approximately 1000 Starke $509,800 quarUrles
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Clubs: K-, 10, 3 I best suit bid of the combined hands It, but I am too bashful to say the Since leaf-spot makes its appear- pounds of general mixture: fertilizer shipped from Starke-k>
Diamonds- K, Q, 10, 9, 8. 5 If Z should bid two spades over the.Spadesnone things he did. So, I say when a agent, spent Friday in the county ance so suddenly and "unexpectedly analyzing 7-8-6 Is placed In platforms for recent week.
two diamonds, Y should bid two na' thing gets so nasty about Its visiting different farms with Coun- : Dr. Weber urges growers to the 'rows at the' time of transplant- Key West ....r Repairs to t
trumps. If Z should bid two no trumps breeding and eating I think It Agent RIckenbaker, and seemed spray the plants even though they Ing. If seasonal conditions requireit yard
nearing completion.
t Y a over the two diamonds, V should bid time kill much pleased with the work being- :
to that thing for all time. show no Indications of the trouble. tho crop receives a light
A B three diamonds. If Z should bid either top I -
t : I I got to talking! about this fly carried on here. : "This Is another Instance where
Z hearts or clubs over the two diamonds dressing of nitrate of soda.
t I
;- I V should 1 pass. Be on the alert for siK.li business to some of the neighbors Mr. Ira Rigdon of the Plant : the proverbial 'stitch In time saves About the latter part of February -I I 1
No icore, first game If Z dealt bid I hands and don't let your partner playa the other day whenthe, folks had Quarantine ,Ctfntrol Administration nlnG' holds true" he says. the plant will have reached COFFINS & CASKET:
.. one n.. trump and A paused, what hand at no trump when you liave a met down at the schoolhouse for Is at present located In Starke r height of 12' to 15 Inches. The And a Full Line of
r houU 'f bide blank suit. Sunday school. Some of us "pro and shall Issue permits for the HI<:SU.\ I.\ POISONTO entire plant Is cut off even with

gressives"Including Bob Wll- movement othost. fruits and vegetables POULTRYPoultrymen tho ground and placed in Undertaker Supplies
Hand No. :2 a bushel
lams' Gus Weeks, Abe Larklns of thetrult fly. Mr. Rig.don' hamper 'or some other suitable AUTOMOBILE HEAR1:
Hearts-Q, 9.8,5 and myself-planned a "campaignof headquarters at present Is In the county container and
taken to the knrrvlc
grad
4 AIwaes Hand. 1'he
Clubs-A
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'I '" action," same being against the the county agents office. Growersof should note with Interest that the .
ing and ,
IJiamuRlI-, 7. 5, 2 packing house. at th. lownt prlre
SpadcsA, 10, 3 housefly. At first we were alone.SI tomatoelJ," peppers and other seeds of' Sesbanla arep olsonoua to The bottom of the plant is then Special atteMtloM to ...1,.",
:' Iteartsr-J6 Hearts -4 Smith laughed at the Idea, and host vegetables .should get in poultry and should spare no effort cut smoothly at a point where the ordersRnOI5TEHED
'Iubll-K. J. 9,7 57 Y I ('lub8-Q, 10, 0.5,2 for a time he had Ben Strickland, touch with ),tf..Rigdon as early as In preventing the flock from eating leaves branch up profusely.. Ordinarily EWBtf.'It\:'\'
Diamonds A, 10, 8 B : Diamond J, 4, 3bpades Old Slim Timmons. and Bill Han- possible and make preparationsfor them. According to information I
one plant will
t Spades- K, J, 9, 6 I Z I : -0,8,4,2 tins with him. But soon his Influence shipping. from County Agent Rlcken le, and. If so. a string make a Is bund tJed DEWITT C. JONES

)Hearts-A, K. 10,7,3,2 I gave way and most of the B. M. Nix, agricultural agent for baker this plant.. grows wild In around the plant about midway T.IRKE FI.OHIPV

." '., :'. ". Clubs-8, 3 neighbors have lined up with us. the Seaboard Railroad spent a great ''numbers In the vicinity of the plant. If the Individual plant
... .. ". Diamond- K, 9, 6 So. over our way we are swatting short while with the county agent Starke and has. been seen practical. ._ -------- ,
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Y 4 pudes-, 5 the fly and doing what we canto recently discussing the possibilityof Iy throughout county. In some '

stop the raising of more flies producing-tal, l'( and,whiter vegetables places It Is being used as an orna-
1IK'Ore, rubber R.ime. Z dealt and spade on the thirteenth diamonl'll\ All filth around the horse and here; Tor northern markets. mental. Sesbanla at this time Is In
cow
doubled 1 and Y bid Y''s hand. Played in this way V Z only
bid three one heart heart All A psawA and> A opened lone two diamond and one iluh tricks.I lotl'l.' the privies and other places Blister beetles have been reported full bloom and poultrymen who We/ can charge 0

:., '. the jack of heart. How should 1 4 now I If A had led a ipticle at trick four,the is be.UK: burled stored and screen- to the, ,county agent as have It growing near their, poultry YES your ""HI
play the hand so that he can RO game result would have been the same a* Z ed properly or destroyed causing some damage to beans. A yard should not allow the seeds to 0
against any defense Look this handover would! set up his thirteenth his diamond Of course' we may not get far thorough spraying or dusting of become mature and scattered STORAGE BATTERY In I
be able discard
before read the and thus to losing
\ carefully you dub. his year even though some of us the plants with arsenate or lead where they may be eaten by poul. *

following solution.Solution: Z should.! win the first heart When the hand was played, however, have pretty generally practiced will successfully control them, but try. Where there are only a few
; trick in his hand and the second In Y's Z failed to go game. Y called his atten. these things on our places for the application must be thorough ,lanls growing andJt Is desired to '
; hand (the dummy). V should now lead tion to the error in his lay and the years. But we are getting the community because th'a! "bug" Is very shrewd keep them for ornamental, they Smith's StaDOZIER&
the deuce of diamond* and Z honld 1 hand was referred to the writer for off right on the subject and If there' Is any part of the should have the seeds removed after Garage

play the king. A hould win this trick decision.Z Played properly. pointed failure iverbody Is aroused and we believe plant that la not covered with poison the petals of the flowers have Fla.l ) .
Y must
jind should lead either a spade or a out. acore a.am..1IO any '
-club. It makes no difference, which of to make game must be. recanted as we'll have something Inter there Is where he will work. fallen aaad before the seeds become

?hee suits A leads at thin stage. Sup- improper play. eating to say about this matter mature. Information-- ----. roffnrdln- -- _...* -
TO e. however that A leads the seven Note that game cannot be scored by later A pastor In a small town was the effects 01 seeds on poultry will : =
of clubs. Y should win the trick with Y Z if A should open either spades or' C : beloved by his flock. But his was be furnished by'the county agent.
the ace of club and follow with the clubs. A U could then score two diamond queen and a lowdi.amond."ben B wins one spade and one is club tricks. A\%.\III> 'rery small' salary. He -was an Riverside Police department ::: LUSTER-KOTE
the latter trick with the jack of di.aA'a opening, however, not unsound 'I'
would the eloquent preacher, and his. fame moved to $20.000 building. -'--- -
S month, he should lead the queen ol Many player prefer trump I
club Y Z now have the balance of opening to leading away front the king Tallahassee, Fla._For the best ,spread to a near-by city. A large Gracevllle L. Tobias & Sons GAY'SLUSTER I Highest grade waterproof
.. the trick a* Z can discard his losing of club or the king of spade r.tate record In 4-H club girls home !'and wealthy congregation sent opened up to date meat market In .
Improvement Mrs. Ruth Bryan him a call with an offer of a much rear of Liddon-White Company's: I varnish and'stain in scientific

: Problem No. :20 Owen han offered $50 to be awarded larger financial reward. He did store.
I is bothOTE
Heart*-8, 3, 2 at the Girls' hort Course to beheld not know, whether. to accept or Pensacola Expenditure of combination; it

Cluba-4 here June S to 1... not. '--"tOn ', .about $1,000,000 on docks of I /( elastic and tough and will
Liamonds-Q -
I of his flock met the pastor'slittle Louisville & Nashville railroad

Hearts9 padCl-- Heart-6, 5,4' Panama _City -- Plnea' hotel son In th* street here planned at early date. I not turn white under hot or
opened for season.Tallahassee '''el1." he aald "I hear
Clubs- 7 Y CillbsKU.JDiamond" your St. Augustine -- Firestone SerVice -
8, 4. 2 t A D I>u momU-none - $300,000'llbraryat I father haa received a call to a big [ Store, Inc., granted permls- I :mr-. '5 cold! water.
t Z 1)\Ju-none Florida State College for Women 'city church. I he p 4 H".tJiI)
ipaUc-J. going to accept slon to lay
gas pipe Kne:
; \ will be dedicated June 2nd. front its .....,.,;;;;;;;;:;:-7......
I Heart*-Q, 7Cluba ItT""I properties near Coard Lumber DRIES IN 4 HOURS
Jacksonville Burwell Moto don't know "
-2. said the 6oy. Company on Riberla street to site:
7 5 Company at Laura and Orange "Father's In his study, praying for f location
Diamond*-J, ? new on San Marco ave.
Spade- none ; streets opened enlarged plant. guidance" I Bradford County Farmers
1 Tarpon Springs Tugw ll AJ "And your mother? ue.St.. Augustine St.
There are no trump* and Z I I. in the lead. How can Y Z win five of tho ait: J Uemaii grapefruit canning plant "Oh atie'a upstairs packing the NatIonal Dank plan- Augustine Supply
. l doubling car>- Company'il1'1"r'
in the article.
defense Solution next season's L
tricks usumst any completed operations. I trunksPearson's! ;. ltal stock of bank. .

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'. MAY z. t030_ BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKK. FLORIDA I'4(1 MVVJ.WI

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i<:rc= 2E ** I them up sweetly into our arms and I o : i : __ _.__ _oCalgary's nlutlon and npuit motion of Member\

May, secomlnd by Member Hurrenry.
blessing them. Amen., I Io resolution wee put before the Board
m'Aavvw Remember the Sabbath Day to Big Stampede: ". .d Indian: Days at Banff ami nil members voting Aye anil

none Nay. resolution wine nilnntvil.said .
Keep It Holy-Exodus 20:8.: Go A
resolution In
__ being words andtlll'lIr.
to church .
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Sunday. as follows:
e WIIKItKAK. At a inciting of thin
1 Hiiartl held IIn the 3rrt iluv or April

Dally Bible Selections loll: ,. there was presented a petition
l i light unto pith.-Psalm 119:105.
&djssIampuntomYfeet.an my signed l>v tnnrfi than 2ft per cent nf
'May ill; 1O3O _' -i 4.', the luallflnl ..I..tora. residing within -

All religious teaching doctrine The 'r-- the territory known anil denlirnalvil -
or Love of Ch"1'lst-For the n
*-a i.n a* f1p..1. Tan Hchool District'
I Pt
i ceed, 'J they are t have any claim love of Christ constratneth us; because Nu. t, of iirsd font County, Klnrlilii,
I > loyalty and devotion of the people, must be in harmony with thus praylns:, this Hoard to call on ele'-
f Sura of Jesus the Christ whose words fit into every fold and crevice we judge that If one lliin ti determine wwhether mud
died for all then were all dead school district nhall I I issue bnnrls In
heart, and of whom it was said in John?:46. NEVER MAW :t4
an and that he died for all. that they the sum of 1.1100.110 for the purpose -
NIKE THIS MAN. I of Requiring-I hullitlnir.I I ...nllOurI -
which llvo should not henceforth ing, furnishing nr otherwise' Improving
entangle him in his talk * SayIng :
live unto themselves but unto him I bull'llngs, or school grounds, or
I ISt Master we know that thou for any other exclusive. use of pub-
sciiooi which died for them and rose. '1.. free scliunl, ,* within salil HnerfulTax I
: -D.\Y art true. and teachest the way of 2 Cor. 5:14: 15. : Hchool District, to be usail Iiy

LESSON God in truth for thou regard- the white rhlMren of said. district,
t I Prayer; "I give Thee back the anti this Ilojinl havingiluly. considered
eat not the person of men. Tellus life I ow6." said petition and the fart. stated
.---- Is It lawful to give tribute therein nml. having determined
Mny 2$, IlIaO thnt said la signed
petition by more)
I fOlt1: t.tV21h. ioaoect : unto Caesar, or notT" The Pharisees The New Creation-If any man : ',ea 1141Q 4C thun, Z6 per cent of the ..iuailfielelectors

were the strictest religious who are freeholders' residing .
bo In Christ he Is a new creature; '< $
4' s- In sail |> | Jesus Teaching In the sedt of the Jews and outspoken old things are passed away; behold C ir trlrt No. t. and that the Issuance if
haters of Rome and her dicers.. 4" bikinis, MM prayed for therein In necessary
Lesson.) all things are become new.-. thnt. snlil
I (Temperance : and petition fullycompiles
Herodlans followers of
shalt love The were 2 Cor. 5:17.: with the law, It Is, therefore
'
Ion Text: "Thou King Herod who was appointedking -' '
Prayer: IIKSO'.VKD this Ilonrd ofruhlln
Ld God with all thyland the Roman Herod : My
thy by emperors. "A charge to keep I have ' I Instriictlon i Inepeclal I meetIng -

with all thy soul and was king at Jerusalem when A God to glorify." ' : un this bIrd; day of April, 1930,
hot It In expeOlent enl' for the
L mind. This Is the Jesus was born. The Pharisees May 2.1, 1 OH() best. $Interests of salil Special TaHcluml ",
thy
Andlond and Herodlans were bitter enemies C'n& District. No. a, nf Kradforil

I, i great commandment. but united in opposing Proper. Team Mates-Be ye not County.'KlnrMii: ; S that this Hoard on:
is like unto It. Thou behalf of snlil District I tin Issue anilsell
Christ. The "tribute unto Caesar" unequally yoked together with unbelievers .- "- boniln In the umiiunt of $7.-
thy neighbor as thy- 0110.00 for the staled Insatil
love was a Roman tax. : For what fellowship purpose as
above referred .
I 223739.: Sr..MPEOE petition lo.UK
Matt 22 i 16-22' A writer on the lesson says hath righteousness with unright- me'C' IT KI'ltTIIKIt' HWHIU.VRO
Text Matt. > Thnt "hi humid shall be In the denomination
on eousness? and what communion
"Giving tribute was paying taxes
r uf. $1000.00, that honda.
lesson the various taxes collected by the hath light with darkness? And shall benr. ilutn of July I. li'3' f\. with.

reduction: Today's hated publicans. 'Caesar' was the what concord l 11ath Christ with Interest themon at the rate of ft lppnent. ->
[ closes the public teach- per annum payable nn th.
ally teaching in 1 title of the Roman Emperor, from Belial? or what part hath he that let ilny of July and the 1st i ny nf.luntiary

Jf r Jemis. He was 1 which we have derived Kaiser and belleveth with an infidel?-2 Cor. of vnrh ytar and xurlihonils
Imple at Jerusalem. Tuesday I to liecoine ilue ami payable asfollows
6:14? 15.lrayer
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Czar. By lawful was meant in :
I which he was cru-
week In accordance with right from the : OHM Thoiisiiml ,dollars on July 1.
Friday. This seems to mn. anil tioillloo I ( July 1 of rarliof
Jon 'standpoint of the laws of Moses "Arm me with jealous care the years tills: In I1HI, Inclusivf.The .

Ibeen the last public appeal (Deut. 17:15): if he said that pay- As in Thy sight to live." principal ami Interest. of alit
lus the Jews to repent. lionilii shall' li'. puynble at the omen
to of Ing tribute was lawful, he would May 20. 1 DIO: of tha Chins National Hunk In' the
Li the parable
had given offend all the Pharisees and the Conditions Wherefore come city of N.w York Mtate> of New
feast (Matt. 22: 1-14)) fork.
ddlng patriotic Jews. while If he said It out from among them and be ye
withdrawal of the I 1111 IT FITUTIIKIl HKHOI.VKI: )
I shows the was unlawful he would offend the separate salth the Lord, and touch that an election be tutu the samAIs
Lr salvation through ChristI tML hereby calleil. to .lin helil at the
not the unclean things and I will
official and ;
Herodlans. the party
nation and Its of- Paine* ofMxueff 1 school house Hampton on the 34th
Jews as a would lay himself open to the receive you and will be a Father #no M.. Al. ilny of May 1010 to iletermlnowhether
mankind. salil hIM shall be Issuedus
Jall the Pharls- charge of sedition and to severe unto you. and ye shall' be my sons w.eST6"iJCA..CAQ"i: "! : .YTwo herein doNvrlliHil. and that nt such

lay's lesson says punishment by Rome." and daughters salth the Lord Almighty. Each the Stone Indians RO to election the question to be submitted
of the outstanding spectacular steer-roping and teer-decqratlng con- year
Jrook counsel how they might I shall .he "For lIond.. er
18-21 of the lesson .-2 Cor. 6:17.: 18. Banff for their annual pow-wow. and
Verses say. event In the Canadian West. this year tests wild cow milking competitions ''di gut I lust i'u nile., "
"But Jesus perceived their wick Prayer: "And 0 Thy Servant chuck wagon races squaw mesa hare sports In the Elk Pasture and I'r 18 FI'ltTIIKR III'HOI.VI'Jthai'

tiical( Announcements Lord prepare A good account to are the Calgary Exhibition and Stampede Indian chief races calf roping wild each year the visitors to Band see therw be appointed: the following I as)

edness, and said Why tempt ye July 7-12 Calgary, and Indian steer riding with surcingle only and these. Indians parade through the tniimigerv, : J. J. Ilrannon, J. <'. KeenoAnd .

,I..... Attorney me ye hypocrites? Show me the give. Days at Banff. In the Canadian bucking hone contest In which bard- streets of Banff In all the glory of J. V.I.. J.Jones Wynn, fit a. salit clerk election of said anrl
27 ll>:tOSorrow'
Br he, voters of the Twenty-Sixth tribute money. And they brought May boiled cowboys match wits and skill eagle feathers ermine tails and beaded election.IT .
Eil Circuit embradlna; Baker Unto Life-For godly Rockies. later In July.. Guy Weaxllck their old tribal FitHTiiKit nwsoi.vr.r
and do
Bradford counties. I here unto him a penny. And he salth with wild horses. During the first buckskin mH )
Bind who knows cowboy 'and cowgirl bow and arrow contests ANI ) : ': > thai the. foregoing
every
worketh to sal- Including
sorrow half
repentance sports
Bnounoe my candidacy for the unto them, Whose is this Image Stampede Tom Thrcepersons a rvsolutlnns be.* publish
'of States Attorney of the and supercriptlon? They say unto I vation not to be repented of: but In the United States and Canada declares breed was "taken from a county wnitllng on horseback, etc.. a* cut In thn llrailford County Tele.,

yilxth! Judicial Democratic Circuit ofI the sorrow of the world worketh that the Stampede this. year Jail." like Koko In "The Mikado." rod well as snowing a lot of visitors' to graph, n newspaper published In
subject to the him. Caesar's. Then salth he unto demon hon for Canada after all Band the real old Indian stuff. A Until ford County, Flnrliln, nml publication .
3rd 1930. and he should a
of June will be the biggest ever
Election death.-2 Cor. 7:10.
: lie for tha of foHrconsecutive
ry period
them. Render therefore unto Caesar -1 a with three
few squaw
.licit your support. I have held know because be started It away back I competitor were thrown and then year ago weeks, beginning on
I
oiltlon before and am familiar the things which are Caesar's; Prayer: before the Great War and has seen It went back to the JaU to serve the papooses draped around her neck and the llfith day of Apr. pall there hetMsrnr

ft,he duties. pertaining promise an.thereto effllenirgetlc %-, and unto God the things that areGod's. I "My God: My life my friends, grow in attendance from a very small remainder of his sentence with his saddle rods 125 mile to win a priM newspaper. published, In *ulfl Hpe*
nominated : his of W.OO for the best-dressed squaw clnl Tux., Hchoul District No. a.
soul I leave In his pocket and
and economical ad- .' my beginning to 278.000 In 1929.: An outstanding prize money MAY
II. It.
ration of the affairs of the ofI ,I The coin brought to Jesus was Entirely to Thy care.' relic of the Last Great West saddle on his back. Tom's oSenss with babies.. Indian Day at Banff Chairman llonnl of public Instruction
from Eastern
I will appreciate the.support I May an, U):tO the stampede which consists among was a very small one possibly 10 days, appeal always to visitors of ltruI, ford ('..nnly t .Flur.i.I.o.'
In said election.A. worth about fifteen cents States.lUmrd .
being United
voters and the
cowboy I Canada : :
8. CREWS, Our Riches-For ye know the many. other attraction of a series of but h* was one grand : AT'I'oIH'rrI.I '

Starke Fla. I an average day's wages. The"image" u__, :.: -- ! ,,.. . ,, ','L_ ,. _
ofour Lord Jesus Christ -- .- -- niii'tiriiiivimuiii tiiinin i>r I none i t*
1 grace -- -- -- j
tbe coin the picture
on was of I'ubllo In..tr'U'llon ofHrndfnrd structlon of liradforil. County, Vlnrl .
ton REPItKSKNTATIVEJ! of the Roman emperor. as we i I that, though he was rich yet for County, Florl'ln.. hereby l ida, and ex-oltlolo, Hacrelary of saklHoard. .

Ike andidacy thin method for of representative announcing use the picture of Lincoln on some 'your sakes he became poor 'that ---and the Worst is Yet tb t Come calls np election to be held on Hat 4.l..-.U-I.2:1--:

Bradford county, subject to aet i American coins, and the super. ye through his poverty might be urrtny.. June 7, 1930 In the followlnic IUIIIOI.IJTIO'V'

the Democratic I primary oT 'scription was like "In God we rich.-2 COl' 8:9.: .' .- .. ,_. named" ,dlntrlcts; l.awtoy, Numlivr 6; -

[[3rd.) work If for elected the beat. pledge Interests. my-. oftlnni trust,' on our metal money. Prayer: 0 Lord we have received and Wofidlnwn. number S, to .l..t.r- At a special meeting nf the Hoardnf ,
: of county and state everything from Thee and mine wh..lhir or not these dlHtrlftMMhall 1'ubllc I n.t rllf.tlon of limpS>ril
my
I limn. Your support will be The Jews could find no fault i-nnnnllilate, to elect throe tru"- County Florlila, which special meetIng -

[dated./ :; N. D. WA1NWR1OHT. with the answer of Jesus. Then we trust Thee for everyone and teas, and determine the coimullilutvddistrict. itilllitK::, : tn was helil pursuant to rail j>f
assessed against the which all members had personal notice -
the Sadducees asked a certain woman everything. I\\ nn the lard day of April IKItn,
tit COUNTY COWWISSIOMRIt' would be in heaven. She had May 20 lO.iO Knr the purpose of holfllns: theejoctlon there belnif present at such mxellnicK
(ke this. method of announcing; The Effective Mind-For If I In Womtliiwn district. J. H. I>. May, A. II. Hurrency mind J T.
iindldacy for County Commlsdlmrlct married seven brothers, one after -- Norman. J. M. Hosier, and I>. Carter Moore, members, anil A. J. Number One. Brad- tho other each brother having there be first a willing m4nd, it Is -=. are appointed manager For the "<:retary of swltl.. Hoard the following -
County, and will appreciate according to that man 11 nf hold,ing th* election In among other proceedings. were
a
vote and .support promising IfId died. Jesus said "In the resur- accepted ) i -=-- IMirpoH district. II. It. Tunis' JamesKtiHlvr hud to-wit:

to give the duties of the of- neither nor hath, and not according to that he --- end. Mrs. ICmma Illll are 101)- Member Hurrency preqentert. a renlutlon *-
rection they marry -
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.irerui consideration I and will hath not.-2 Cor. 8:12.: I I. ------== -- polntud lII..n..< f times work for the bent Inter- are given in marriage but are as ? jr. I'. MAYA. \ J T. Moore, Kerond. by Member
( Bradford County as a whole.J. the angels of God in"heaven. Prayer: "0 grant us light that !;!:: f __ cI -: J. niUH-KIH." ChairmanHecrutury Hurrency, resolution. was put Before

M. ROSIER. we may learn how dead is life 0X % ==- 6-K-Dt-a-tl the Hoard and sit members voting
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Cod Is not the God of the dead I ...:.... -- -- I Aye ami none Nay resolution.
COUNTY COMMISSIONER but of the living." In verses 34- apart from Thee. _- -:--:-_ -_ OIIDKIt foil l'IIII.I\'rIO'li 'wit* adopted. snlil resolution I I bfelna"
I In word* mini figures n* follows'WIIKIIKAH. '' '
cantor --
a
myself as
eby announce
40 of the lesson we have. "But _
: at a meeting of this
re-election tothe board of UAITIST In rirrult four*. Twt-nty-Slnth
,
had heard that floanl held on the JUrd day of April.
> Commissioners. for Districtr when the Pharisees ,
t1 Jiidlrlal I I'lrrult I I trail fri County, .
lino: :: there was presented a petition
Two Bradford county ...ub0 he had put the Sadducees to silence Htate nf Flurlilii.. In Chancury I signed. by more than IK per cent nf
the Democratic Primary of 10 a. m. Sunday school U. B.
Thelniu l.uKllo.C'umplalnant.. .
eloctora who free
Then one of them which I h. <|iiallflmt are
!rd, 1930 and solicit your sup- Wheeler, supt. holder, residing within the territory -
was a lawyer., asked him a question v. known anil designated as Ppclnl *-
ave served In this capacity for 5 saying Master which 11 a. m. Worship pastor will It I"'ern..." 1..l"lIe. Tax Hchnol 1 District t4,'. 3 of
al I years given the people a give a report of the New Orleans Ji,11'1 Lli'fendunt. llrudford County. Florida, praying
'VmoHt and economical service, is the great commandment In the It uppimrlnK. by atllduvlt ao.pevudini| l this llnard: to call an nleutlon lo :determine
iromlae If elected. to continueme Jesus -said unto him Thou Convention. L to the 1,111 I filed In the aiuvs.stutelcause whether said school. ill*.
conservative and econom- law 7: p. m. Meeting of B. Y. P. U. that I I':. Vernon. 1KII,, the trlct shall. Issue bonds In the sun
trvlee I have heretofore ren. shalt love the Lord thy God with 8 m. Evening worship Sand I defunclitnt' therein numtiil Is a noiireHlilent of 17.0(10.0(1 for the purpos* of aoiiulrlng -
and will appreciate your sup all thy heart and with 'all thy p. i- I "( the stale of Florida, and building enlarging furnishing
and
song service. I ,. that hiM rnslilenua la unknown or ntharwls Iniprovlna
J. Q. CREWS. soul, and with all thy mind. Thisis Wednesday 8 p. m. Mission that defendant .. over the age of building or school grnundH: or for
It Is therefore ordered ;
the first and great command- twenty-ons years; tiny other exclusive. use of publlnrre
study lesson. that saul non-resident defendant schools wlthlr,, sald. Special. Tax
II COfVTY COMMISSIONERrehy ment. And the second Is like untoIt. 4 be anil. ha In hereby School I District In b* used by tho
announce myself a candl- shalt love thy neighbor: i r"iulred| to appear to tbe bill white children fit salil District and
for re-election as county com- Thou PltKHIlVTKRIANServices of complaint filed In said I this Hoard having duly considered 1 .
"''ni>r, district three. If reelectwill as thyself. On these two commandments : muse fur divorce on or before Mon. I said petition and the fact stated

continue to give the people hang all the law and fol- ;; day, the 2n May 25. as said bill
Sunday allegation of
ndford county a faithful and otherwise the safil petition i Is signed bv. more than
nU performance of the duties the prophets." When the lawyer lows: will l>. taken as confessed by salil. 'tfi per cent nf the ,iiuiillfl elector

onice, working; always for the heard Jesus' answer he said "Well J. M. defendant.It residing In pall Hpeclal: \ Tax HJ-hool
10 Sunday school this.
m. ordered that order
a. la further
Interests of the entire county. District' No. :t, and thus the Issuance. .
r.. I'NDERHIIJ. Master thou hast said thetruth Truby supt. be published once a week forfour of bonds as prayed for therein. I I.
I him consecutive weeks In the llrud- said. "
and Jesus answered necessary ami thai petltmn
11 Morning worship sermon -
a. m. fonl County Telegraph, a newspaper -
I
: fully compile with the low, It *,
:
DRfor.MTV COMMISSIONER 1 'Thouat not far from the kingdom by the pastor. published 111 said county a.istate. therefore

'r by announce myself a candl- of God.' Yet he was not in 7 m. Christian Endeavor ItKHOI.VIOn: : fly this Hoard nf
for re-election as. county com- p. this April Jdth. Oi.I I'llblln met run ion In special meetIng -
Inner from District No. 4, Hamp the klndom. What did he lack?,. topic "How Missionaries Advance O. W. >.:IUdAN.Ollleial on this the 3 3rd day nf April.

Tneresna and Graham. and Ifeeled In John 3:18: we are told that he World Peace." ( Spa!.) Clerk AL.hiPltMANDeputy I'lrriilr I .""rt., 1930) that It l la xpdleii and forth
will continue to give the "Is I fly iiiwiNdiN ciedi.i best Interests. of said Nperkat.
'X inn best service I am capable who believeth on Jesus Christ 8 p. m. Evening Worship sermon :: Tax Kchool 1 Dlntrlct No.2 nt liradforil -

I "elicit your .support at theory not condemned ; but he that belIeveth and song. Sermon topic "I K.: M. JOHNS, Htarke. Kla.Hiillcltur .. (',,"nl 7. Florida, hat ttIe Hoorilon
June 3rd. O. W. HINSON fur Complulnaiil.OIIKKIl .Iwhillf uf said District do Iseuo
not Is condemned already. Believe in the Holy Catholic htl .f.o"" _- --t--: 12.GI.30 and sell bond. In the ainouftt, of 97ooo ,-

>tOVNTY COMMISSIONER' because he hath not believed In Church," the. fourth sermon In a 00 for the purpose us stated I In
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i'reby announce myself a candid the name of the only begotten' Son series- on the Apostles' creed. ,- -- --- : FOil IM HI.M'\'I'IO% said till petition IT PIMtTIIKR nliove. referred: HKHor.VWn: to. , .

for re-election as county corn of God." Prayer meeting Wednesday at Leeaburg Work started on I that said hnnd shall .b. In the 01.- fnomination
oner, district five comprising; PENSION ROLLS I In Circuit f'ourt Twenty-Klnth Judlclat of 11,00000. 'Ihm bondM I n
her and New River. If re-elect- The love of our neighbor mentioned 8 p. m.You county flab hatchery by board of Circuit Ilrailfuril. 4'....lIly.1 shall bear date of July,i I, 1R.IO, :with

promise a Continuance of falth"d by Jesus Is well illustrated will always find a cordial ARE SHRINKING Commissioners of Lake county. Htate of Florida. In C'liulii-nry.. Interest thereon at the rate of ft 1-11 t

efficient performance of the Good Samaritan Pearl I lllosslu per cent per annum, payable on th'* .
the
of the office and will work In the parable of welcome at this church. Complainant 1st day of July. and: the 1st dnv nt

he bent Interests of the county.T. Luke 19:3037.In : S. Grim Reaper Removes Twenly-Mve NOTICM OF KM4CTIO Are Ulnsslpliafendant. bonds hecmne ilue anti payable as
O8TEEN. applying today's lesson to HcpmilentsTIilrtrrn to
Doctor. Dttagree follows
question we should /tililwl During May Fly th* power vested In them by It l nfllilavlt I stipended 1.
the temperance irritable end ; >y fine Thousand Dollar I on July
hor.by announce myself a -Can'i difficult to When children are the law of Florida the board of to pr't:::: ffl". :l In the abovestatsil IH.1A and, I .n. thoiixnnd dollHr. on
for ;'die- "to make life less their teeth and sleep Instruction of Hradforil County -
county "omml..loner live peevish, grind public rauss that Cluuil Olnsslp theI Julv. I of each of the years 1334 to
I and If elected will give the each other. Temperance Is a part restlessly have digestive pains and[di&- Although thirteen veterans or rail elections to b* held al thefollowing (I "idnnt 'therein., named Is n nonresident > IU4I, Inclusive..

ot the district and county It lifts heavy burdens turbances lack of appetite, and have 'of veteran have been plane: Hampton NewIllver of the Stats of "KlorUla all.1 The irlnclpal ami Interest of paldlbonds
widows
and of religion. Canon, Oraham and Sampson ,.l
; Possible service giving doctors thai in* reslclenvo' Is unknown, an shall l..* piiyablM ak th* nine' **
' airs f.t the office the IIRm. per- from mothers and fathers itching eyes nose and fingers, placed on the pension roll this Special Tax School District on Matunlay. Hint he I. over the age of twenty- of the I'hns. Mntl..nul tinnk In tim
\ attention a. 1 would my own It Is what will not always agree that they are suffering June "7' iSSO.to elect thte one years. ; It Is therefore ordered ''llv. of New York. Htate of New-
,.... U. p GAIN BY. wives 'and children. from worms. Many:mothers too, month by the state board, twenty- trust*** and determine the mlllag that said non-resident defendant be Turk
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love of our neighbor calls for. will not believe that their carefully: honored their comrade to be assessed against the district *iI he I. hereby iulretl| to appearto HH ,'r Fl'RTIIKIl nKHOLVBD-:
flvo have for the next two years. the bill of complaint filed In salil ,
.flIl1F.11 IIOAItIPereby that an elmtlon be and the ran inhereby
SChOOL have worms.
brought up children can For the purpose of holding these for dlvorre on or before Monday .
service for cause railed to oe b ld at the schoolhouse
myself. cantor the Decoration nay .
announce a at
ChildrenMacit that these symptom lections' the following are appoint June.It.. 1930otMerwlse .
-electlon member Tenderness to The fact remains the Slid day of llMmpton Fla., on the ICOn:
, .rhool board a.Starke a andO 10: 13. And they brought trill yield, in a great majority of cries, the last time. The death of these ed aa managers Keen. the alienation;,,* of said day of May, 193O, to determine
V. Jones J. C ,
White's Cream Vet'rnifuge .. Hampton: J. bill will lie taken as confessed by whether snld' Imnitw shall be Issued
fltin05 distrirts. and It r.-eleated service young children to him. that he to a few doses of old soldiers of the Confederacy or and J. J. Hrannen. salil defenrlunt.. a* herein described and Ihnt at such'
of round .
1' giving the b..t the sure expellant New Klver' : ordered that order
his disciples It la further he
h and election' the nunstlnn. to submitted
pehoollcounty. them
"nilfora; am capable to the MOORBflEit : should touch : and pin worms. If your chjJd: luis any wIves of veteran has occurred Wynn and M t John be published once a week fur shall l>, "...or Iiond or
J. T. those that brought J. Wynn C. M. Phillip Hrail
rebuked try this -..armICM. Kampsnn four consecutive weeks In the "Against' llonds"
of these according to Miss i
fashioned;; remedy which since May 1, and Milliard Yarn.. J County Telegraph a newspa-. I'r IH KI'ltTIIKIl UKHOI.VKn: : that );
" SChOOL BOARD DIST.! :aby them old Kounella Bowen secretary of the Canon" TI. O. Alderman! II. T. Fort It.i published In said County and.t.te. there .be appolnteil the following
he bottle from
when Jesus saw It, get at 35o per and H. J. Alderman.
announce my candidacy 14. But you can board. I ner as managers: .J, J. Itrannen. J. I). '
, el5' 'tlnn as a member of the much displeased and said unto Canova Pharmacy. 1 tate pension Oraham: If. I.). Wasdln. -ChesleyFogT ..ia April l !th 19.10. Keen, and L. J Wynn cf salil elee- J.t;
*1 board from District ,. and was Taps have sounded so frequently and It. M. Johnson. (}. W AlKKKMAN.I lion and J. V, June., as clerk
' 'ntltn.B to give the duties of them. Suffer the little children.. e four for the II. 1>. MAT. ( ,..Ioa l Heal 4'lxrk I'lr.-uli ('ourt. of said. election '
:. :* my very best attention If unto and forbid them reaton! will spend about t60,000. these last year I A. J. arums. Chairman. Iiy 1ILANC1IK/ : AI.I>KltMAN. IT IH FHKTIIBn HKBOf.VKD' AND
me. I '
to, come all of t-t-ftt-
uniform Mvcretary Clerk.
r* for extensions men of the grey Deputy KltMKIIKD: that the forrgolng resolutions
see itt to return m. of anjl
for Improvements ,
'th, of such is the kingdom .. JOhNS Htarke. Kla.ollcltor .
erm. Your support Is so- not: for whom had reached the.age of 80, h* publlnhed In the Hradfi/ril
nd 'of city playgrounds. NOTICR for Complainant. County Teli-grntib, a published .
1 Ji' :. will b. appr.clated.-I1. God. whosoever Oraceville Crops In this vicinity that the state signs check monthly I -- 6.2.It-Sn 30.Ipdortchl In Kradfuril County newspaper Florida..
I unto you, .
16. Verily say soldier, floweret and toe fur the .rloil of
the kingdom will be greatly Increasedthis for only 473 old Th. Hoard of Publlo Instruction. f publication p
FOR hall not receive widow. are on the Bradford County, Florida, will recclv. 0. EI.E'TIoa : four cnnsei'iitlvs. week, beglnnlns;
k. SChOOL BOARD child he year. 1,958 nn the 2Slh day of April. UK). th.r*
.by candl-1r of God as a little sealed bills for the school b i is --
. announce myself a total approximately
roll which being no pobllshert In
newspapei
tate
let
Contracts districts < >t
Ita'nes: City route In all the *xc
, ;member of the school board. shall not enter therein. Mood special meeting; nf the lloitril said. Hptfdal Tat J4.hi.ol District, No.
May. until 12 o'clock
*' 3. If r.-.lected I prom- in his for construction! of eight buildings UI.240for: l.awtey y ulill" Instruction of tlrailford' 2.

j b! ntlnneil faithful discharge. ; 16. And he took them up Florida Military Institute at Twenty-one applicants for the June 2, 110.Information. concerning tb ,, ,ity Klorlda. which special meet- H.I>. MAY.
, utl"* of the otnc*. Your sup- his hand upon them for of Chairman Hoard f I'uhlle Instrurllon .
arms, put : $40 monthly I pension check have route can he had at the oii,,,< ,' was held pursuant to call >
solicited be appreA. .
and will this place. of liradforil ,
or Instruction 1If 'i all membera had peraonal non County "I
them. Public
Board of
B. SUKRENCV. and blessed Lord. If Plant City fight: carload been turned down by the board on I). MAY. ., the lard day of April, Ine. ida.
0 '
Forgive us, such. .tl <.S.t iiATTP14'r
being present at me
Prayer. lack of sudden ChelrneCrstary.
account of or 3. OR1FFIS,
here during ace. A.
outof
loaded
by vegetables l I.. R. and :
by announc my candidacy ever called children 3-' ( May, A. Currency
II Iber of the school bo&rd. DI.- .. have have recent week. proof of claim. Others have been Moore, members. and A. J. A. J tlHIFFII
I. sUbject the Democratic bad names. Forgive us If we for iroore proof of C, secretary of saM P*nard, the .......two..ntt..nt H..*rd, of Public Instruction .
over
to I.'JSS: pawned
If Arcadia Total of ear- ""' ,F.'T' '
.ot June 3rd.1 feel tb&t1 Forgive us we NOTICH! Of" vine. among other proceeillngshad of Urariforil 4 .."nly, iriorIdt -
,Ift.d to .. vefficient the duties ot lied to them. eltam"le' load* citrus fruit shipped out of claims while thirteen are being. Investigated to-wlti : and .eautl.vl, Secretary of said

and competent have set them a wrong taking DeSoto county this I state Miss Bowen By the power vested In them, the liter Burrency presented a res- Heard., t 42StltXSI
nil and Jesus in
solicit your support .we be like
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fund of the state during 1928 wentto how to cover file tracks.Coneervatlonofficlals. [time the -s--; needs' the services win W

Bradford County TelegraphEstablished the plant boardand the state at. r'O of such men as Mr. Matthews on Editor Inland, : 8111!

J From Other Pens i iIf colleges.-Bradford County Telegraph thiough- this Important commission. _Cnplbw'e'll

1877 That In a lot of money to out the country are beginning(!!: to' Green Cove Springs Times. let Florm., ,

--- .. - -- .. -- - -- .....------- - turn over to* officials who are not realize more and more that the ---p- the Suwannee an-II'I'"dhol1,
t' Published- -- - Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class women Peel sorry for the directly responsible to the people supply of game and fish cannot be Why worry about E. S. Mal higton editor's .'III| ,1\ 4.tie.

bride and men feel sorry for the -South Jacksonville Journal. maintained and Increased by law I' thews In hs: announcement that he larla sand-bin- ,,,",,", lei
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida groom they usually live happilyever ._-0 enforcement alone. Wise and more will be a candidate to succeed him- be the distant u ,'II qey

or leas stringent conservation laws self as a member of the state railroad answers. Branrrt.,, vutth
I::. S. Matthews, u._________________ Owner and Publisher afterward.-Buffalo Evening When the Florida,Tlme Union aro necessary; but these laws can- commission In the,June pri: Lake City, May,, !... Lip
News. "Mulberry" it Instinctively \I.
J. C. Robinson _______._____________ .--_ Managing Editor -o- hears the ,,name thinks, of phosphate. Itsa's not be properly enforced unless maries. Mr. Matthews owns and Starke for this IIUp; I tOJ too I
_. ._ HereIt there Is a strong/ public sentimentfor operates one of the best weekly the editors would II", tt
With all the charges: that Bishop ao on the editorial page. hart,
made'an
This senti- in the state has
their enforcement. papers.
long a time too ,,,,
SUBSCRIPTION RATE Cannon gets he has good reasons is: "Florida has many towns envlable''record member of ? ''J| otll
ment ran be aroused only through as a started over helve.
Payable in Advance for change of name to Machine noted for things they grow or oth- education the the the railroad commission and it thai tbey
Yearly $1.50; Six Months, 75c- the people as have If headed fOr
Run. Tarpon Springs Leader. er Industries. For Instance, when Kp"kane|,
value and necessity for conserva- would take someone with a collos- have
Advertising Rates on Application What makes a pop gun pop? oysters'' are,thought of, Apalachicola believehe years worked maN(
tion of wild life. states realize al amount of optimism to
Many in this
___ __ __ =r=_ ___ _r=3 mind. Cedar Key for slate even ..lunnj
__ == = = -i oOh ---- comes to t
this and are spending a fairly could best this genial gentle- 10 years this se rlo, h"
Starke for ?
and
Joy fish Plant City .
O. Holland is not a cuss word but a resident of Delray. Knees may be.out 'of style, but strawberries, Sanford for celery large percentage of their.: funds for man,-Citrus County Chronicle. wonderful prom,., J

a they are not out of sight.-Starke Mulberry for phosphate and Quincy educational programs. Palatka -0 towns, cities, rural !,'ont

Telegraph. Oh, well they're.not I for tobacco."-Mulberry Press. Times-Herald. Eugene S. Matthew, member' of all connected with rails.
of "Out again in again"in
Capone i is playing the old game Starke naked as yet.-P. II. A. in i -p- the Florida railroad commission, splendid highways Then\
o
:Miami Times-Union. Florida democrats are not well and 'a candidate for re-election, ton editor would not reeogt;
Life Is too ,short for petty quar- ,
spot where he
In DeFunlak Springs Tuesday spent
the
o -- ---V-" pleased with Senator Trammell'svote was ,
Of course the gangsters put the reh), and the man, or woman who against!: Judge Parker. It ,' and paid his respects at the of his boyhood, ana he shu
Bradford county showed a gain of 2229 in population; "go" in Chicago.-Times-Union. refuses to speak to a fellow citizen killed! \ President Hoover's attemptto Temple of Truth. Mr. Matthews turn to this section fur a VI

during the 10-year period ending with 1930. Who put In the "hie?"-Starke because of some real or Is Imaginary consider- put another Southern man on has had quite a career, both civil assurance that the flea u.
dllrerence'oC opinion.
Telegraph. Oh. that was done who the supreme bench and the opposition and military. He was captain of rled him 40 years IIglI; [hi
o some time "ago.-Mlaml Beach ably smaller than the person to Parker was un-American; Company M, First Regiment, Flor- since given up the ghost

1930 so far has broken two records of fifty years stand- Sun. Is alleged to have done the wrong un-Southern and undemocratic, ida Volunteer Infantry, during the -

ing in Florida, the wettest March and! the hottest May. -- thing,regarding or to have various differed matters.in opinIons Judging by the comments of the war of l98, and 'It was pleasantto Kl'PKIlVISOIl: at.\UI;

Starke Telegraph tells of a four- to'' prong, nationally, the rejection of reminisce with him over the
tH o legged rhlrkeli enjoying the best People who' are not cramped as Parker and the reasons for whichhe stirring events of thirty-two years: Editor, The Telegraph
should
Anti-Saloon League head might be right in his belief of health in that section. Who'll brain and social Intercourse such 'was" rejected are not popular ago.-DeFun'ak' Springs Herald.. Starke,. Fla.
pettish-
able to rise above ,
be I' !
:;; Deart.SlrlThe
with stronger "medi anywhere In. the United States. -- 't
that home-brew is lawful but some of the stuff is awful: come along !; ,,esg.-Citrus County Chronicle. census'
y' cine" and produce a slxlegrred The negroes are jubilating over bureau and
o chit'ken?Times-Union. o the defeat of Parker, but unless to extend to you and son

140,000 quarts of strawberries, too ripe for shipping, --o-- With the completion of state we greatly-mistake-they will findit ,I publication. our sincere) thyou'r'splendid .

The law against usury on the road No.,2$ through Putnam coun- a Pyrrhic victory. This Is a ro-operatloi
in Plant
were canned by the cold pack process by one firm statute books of Florida makes ty, the construction of standard white man's country and* even past census, end we feel) I

City. the legal rate of interest in this bridges seroeaDunn's, Creek and northern republicans do not relish that publicity you unie' ,

-0 state 8 per cent with a maximumof Rice Creek, and with considerable being ordered around by negroes- stint"we"could not have n

10 per cent; but the, state malntatnanco work on the other _Dunnellon Sun. the whole-hearted ruspons\ <
A forty-ton stone bull carved in the eighth century has charges 25 per cent Interest on tax state roads In this section Putnam -- --- FROM THK IMOFU- CYIAST. citizenship.

been shipped to Chicago without protest from members of c'ertltlcateEustls 'Lake Region county will this year certainly fare Lake representatives in Again thanking )011.1 Ib"
wonderfully well at the hands of county Htllyard. Wash, Spokane P. O., main.
----o-- ,
writing on tax relief matters put ''
congress! According to the Starke Telegraph the state ;rood department. Old May 14. 1930. Yours very ir,

o marriage Is.like a railroad Putnam has as many miles of pref- out result some of studying Interesting the figures matter.as lie a Editor J, C. Robinson, Carl R Le

; The War Department has turned down the proposal to crossing sign because before the erentlal roads thanks to legislative shows that if we eliminated the Starke, Fla. Supervisor, 3rd District I
l event you stop and look, and afterward action as any other county in I note by the "Auxiliary" that _.
move the bones of the Seminole Chieftain Osceola to Silver entire state government, every officer -
you listen. And later you the ,state.- ?alatka :Times-Herald. you're willing to "swap" papers. I NOTIl'K' : 0V TK.II< KR-: ,
Springs, Florida. may get bumped off.-Arcadia Arcadian ---rirrp- -- drawing a salary or commis- Seems to me If anyone ought to AMINATIo9Persona : <
'
sion from the down leavIng I
governor be swapping'it should be and ..
n Avery Powell opines that whena you -
the educational
only
-"- dies.the newspapers say system, I in our opposite: corners of the desiring In take
Judging from the number of solicitors! working the state persons pensions to ryeterana. the'state '
Some husbands, remarks the haipr )lskeLltaaabegnCalled... ; ; home, I \5f p, I am placing your paper ers examination will report
for loose change, it could be said the tambourine' has again prison and Insane asylum, the sav- on-'mjr mailing list and you'll high 'school
Bradford County Telegraph, are but'no adcj .essIn: ,.given. We are, / get building in :
.would be I
Ing lessthan 5) cents on
I
come into its own. trying to figurewhether/ adoption remlnde '' of the glass rolling pin means a ago. A prominent" man was sick These two after this letter. Hope to receive :5th, at 8 o'clock, furnish
a Hems take 95
over cents of each>
better break for them That' and icondltlon had, been bulletined your paper soon. Another pen. Ink and legal cap pap
Candidates must file their second expense account before something that should be easy to vevjc hour. When he passed dollar ,paid to'the state In taxes. thing, I have a curiosity to reada 5-23-2- A J, Oriffls,,
Going further he
that If the
May 26th. Failure to do this will eliminate their names from see through.-Arcadia Arcadian.o away, the bulletin carried the notice judicial circuits of proves the state Florida newspaper. Just 40 .
were
------ : Brother Jones passed awayat years ago I lived In Florida, as a Peanut acreage In V
the primary ballot. cut from
twenty-nine to
Med-fly scare seems to have 2 p.'m., On his way to Heaven. twenty, boy from 10 until 13 years old: county this year will iota

o disappeared at the same time remaining A wag ,came, along and wrote. taxpayers would 'be relieved of just learned to'swlm In the Suwannee 500 acres, according to ]
one-sixth of
A solid carload of liquid "pepper" was seized at Ocala by I Federal funds disappear Heaven. 3 .p.; m.' Brother Jonehasn't bill.\ Some one food mill for on thought.their tax river: at Branford. Suwannee Treadwell" county farm age'

its'destructioin ed.-Bradford County Telegraph. arrived .='- Melbourne Sentinel county, If you know wh re that Is,
prohibition officers and brought sighs from Bradford County Telegraph. The
And thus again the old wheeze, !. Never been back since, but have a NNNNN.Net'N///
food for thought lies In the fact
lovers of "stuffed peppers. "We told you so" Is justified .-0-' distinctly bright memory of the
that It Is the cost of local and
0 South Jacksonville. Journal, One Dade county taxpayer who, county government which primarily ague with which I used to shake, HAMPTOBEACH:
-----o-- has been paying one hundred thou and continued to shake every other -
If Miami banishes everyone "without visible means ofsupport" IH sending the tax payers to
Congressmen Green, representing sand dollars in taxes yearly .says the day for nearly two years after
house.South
under the emergency vagrancy ordinance, it's going, the district across the Florida he Is through, because "his neigh ville poor Journal. Jackson my father returned to "Old Mlz-

to prove embarrassing to some folks. line has been declared nominated bor who has paid no taxes for several ----o- zoo." I am wondering If those

a o because no one qualified but him. yearsoettlee for a few cents swamps along the Suwannee river

As a live wire booster of on the dollar; rewarded by the I 'I still retain their malaria, and the
Investigation of the state road department resulted in St. Marks Canal we are proud his state'' for olJlot paying taxes."- I nSI1J4O.1D COMMISSIONKU: : I I hot sands their sand-burs, and the CAFE i

complete exoneration of the body. The board has given the district thus honored him.-Folk- Bradford County Telegrap-h. I HTATK I'KKSS COMMKNT I bedrooms their fleas How

state an efficient'administration and has the confidence of the ston (Ga.) Herald Creating ,and malntlng'delinquent !I I i greatly I would like: to visit those

--0--- i tax adjustment boards for,the past , scenes again! Now Open

people. The fate. o'f Florida Isn't wrapped several months Is one of the most Eugene S. Matthews, candidatefor Yours sincerely,'

,A D ,up in the career of any one glaring errors the legislature of railroad commissioner, was At Hampton Bm,

r If you must drive recklessly on Florida highways, it will politician but the state's economic Florida ever f made.-Wauchula here last week, but failed to call
progress more or less rests' In Advocate.' at the Gazette office. Well, we're HEADACHERELIEVED
la cheaper if first get drunk. The law soaks sober
come you a the hands of the politicians gen -- for you anyway, Brother Matthews

',: 'man driving recklessly 90 days, while for the drunk 60 days erally who ,are asking the voter Four months after a fellow'has and Invite you to drop around and Sunday Special:

c is the limit to send them to Tallahassee,next paid his personal taxes, the supreme seo''' the' bunch. next time you are ,. . QUICKLY Chicken Dinner, 50c; I i
r -Ocala Star rules that the tax down this way. KIsslmmee Valley CARTIRS j This Pw""ly Vcitubl Pil
spring.- court on
/
--. .._ -- _._ _..__.__._- i corrects ular meals. Short ord
r -p- automobiles may be paid separately. Gazette J!" quickly the

Coolidge announces he wants no photographers about Even the population of the state The guy\ who has had to walk "-'-- digestive. disturbances and lunches at pP| !
1 removestheintestinai
when he moves this month. Neighbors will make their observations prison at Raiford lias shown a big,, for four, months ,will appreciate Eugene S. Matthews of Starke poisons, and sick! headache- prices.

. and comments from'behind curtains'.unless he Increase during the past ten years this ideoliimni,.,more than the ones candidate for re-election as memo I quickly disappears. Your whole sys
The percentage is more than most who had t.o..pay.-Bradford Coun- ber ot the Florida railroad commission tem enjoys a tonic effect constipation -

starts the transfer after nightfall. other cities, according to reports, ty'Telegrapb..Arid\, we'stlll think was in Melbourne Thursday I vanishes,and you feel renewed 'Harold Gooduin

0 an Increase of 250 per cent That the count In wrong;,When the con-' calling on friends in the Interests .vigor. Avoid bromides and dope,

is not so good.-Plant City Cour- stltutlo',of"Ii"1 ,i4svga.) adopted I of his campaign. He stop- they are depressing and harmful. Manager
If Clay county desires to give non-residents owning prop- All Druggists 25c and 75c red pkge.CARTER'SmiPR.I.s
ier. with i its -povlfion.. regarding: r the ped In-The Times office and left a .

erty on Kingsley Lake the protection they are'entitled t&'as --yo-- payment of!*axes on personal property notice of his, candidacy.-Melbourne 4 NN.N.NNN.NN''

taxpayers, a deputy will be assigned to that district, and those The Mississippi legislature has the .automobile\ did not figure Times.
before It for study a bill that In our scheme'of life.-South -- +...,-o-, -
arrested for breaking and entering will not be allowed to plead
A Eugene Matthews should be
f would put teeth In the Sunday Jacksonville Herald, retained WHITHER :
guilty to some'minor offense; blue laws. Sunday blue laws are .0_ as a member of the FlorIda BOUND

o an abomination. What this coun- -There ,are some wonderful railroad commission.: He has I Ia

try needs Is more religion In the drives'out oC Jacksonville! for the been tried and found the right
Either the census supervisor is badly wrong with his fig hearts'of the people not Sunday motorist who, desires to spend a man for the place. A vote for

ures or else he has failed to give Lake Butler the proper percentage blue laws on the statute books.- day or afternoon on a pleasuretrip. Matthews will not only be In the

of gain, when he lists the 1930 population at 2300, Ocala Star. The> .Jacksonville Beach right direction but just at this

increase 158 or 7.4: per cent. The state census of 1925 gave o drive Is probably the most popular -
The most disappointed girl in and thousands dally take this

Lake Butler a population of 768.Florida's the world Is probably the young trip to the, ocean. St. Augustine, OVER WORkED? ..

o aviatrix\ whose plane was forced i'ElrnandAILake) City, Starke, N ERlES'avt'
down In. the desert in sight and Green Cove Springs and Middle-
"Know Your School" 'month closes!' June 5th.
sound of an Arab encampment and burg on. {lack Creek can' be
,Counties of the state have conducted campaign to acquaint not a single sheik turned his..head.Sturke reached with a return trip In one

patrons with school' conditions, a timely step with financial Telegraph!: Blame the 'afternoon, wh lie'I Kingsley Lake,
,a' the sheiks. All in county is one of the
uniform and not over Clay ,
, 'n, conditions and prospects for the next term so uncertain in within
air' pilots look like men.--Tallahassee real beauty spots two

9 many sections Stat News. hours' drlVe1 from
VP' JaCk80nvllle'-1
t JAckebtriifl ?
o ,_ x t t.w
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'ty r -
That there Ira limit to taxationof -- : \I I',i a a
Wauchula Advocate notes that the realtors in convention
any kind Its shown by the slx- Oltll'erll"'n'adegood start a I'I'i i
there recently had discarded the knickers adding "they were tent gasoline tax struggling to few daiya'a'gb In.tll plng the grow '

good-looking, prosperous-looking bunch." It required both brink In am much as the state received ing 'boldness' 6t ,the criminal element ,: : ,.i .. :, r1
from the five-cent tax.- of the-' county and ,If the '
money and nerve, to wear knickers, and that could partly ao ') 111
Bradford County'Telegraph. Gasoline grand Jury"recommendation* are '
.count for their present prosperous air and better looks. Is being taxed to death. There carried outs the hangouts of ,,rho 1'" .-"';,'/" "
.-..
a 7//
a ,la such a thing as killing' !: the goose gang will be closed the members fr ,vA. '

which lays the golden t'gg.- placed tit stripes! or scattered and, "'"'.:' ;'" -
Arcadia gets the next session of the state press association -
,if" '
South Jacksonville Journal. we'll have a1 better county.-Brad ,
and the cowboy editor of the Arcadian is already saving -aClermont -- ford Count! Telegraph Not only ITP I Your Business is

T your ears In wrk- '
up his nickels to buy bronchos for the editors to ride. Personally Press claims to have a better Bradford ,county but a every nerve at high tension. Like A Giant Train
,' learned from authentic sources better Clay ,county and ''R better No wonder a
we would rather ride a broncho than a bicycleyoucan you snap at the wife
that the only". dolls tlia\ call mama Florida.Ureen Cove Springs and bark at the children. i be ever so big
claim.something slipped, after dusting off your clothes. when they are squeezed are the Times. watch out I Overworked IT may
o ones sold In stores.Bradford .--o nerves may lead to Sleeplessness but it must be headed

: County Telegraph. The Inference The unbelievable l 1& true. We Nervous Headache Nervous in the right direction,
A juror In Gainesville went to sleep during the trial of a Indigestion and host t
a of
being that the others do not ob- met a young man the other day
bootlegger and was locked up when the judge found his sleep ject (o being ;squoexed.-Chlpley who neither smokes chews tobacco other don unpleasant disturbances. and it must have FUEL

was induced by a similar potent liquid the defendant was News. drinks,' whlakey, nor swears. Effervescent Why t you Nervine try Dr.Tablets MIW? .##-_' .,, . money . to make ,

charged with dispensing He could have rendered as fittinga ----oSo --- Believe It, prt.uot, but we can pro- Just one in a half glass of for progress. Two heads:
far the Leesburg Commer- due* this one and, only, right here wafer makes a pleasant, sparkling ..ourBanker I
verdict as some jurors who keep both eyes ami ears open. cial's pred Ictloo.that longer skirt ..11Qk, \ &iobe, -- .Okeechobee drink delightfully soothing are better than one: )

t o would soon cover a multitude of NewsllasbeR9t a round hair to over-taxed nerves. backed by the re
hln' ha not materialized. cut?-Miami; Beach' Sun. It is Dr. SI iles' Nervine is now sources 'institution
of this
Quincy and Gadsden county royally entertained the editors made In two forms-Liquid and ,
'
Starke Telegraph Still plenty of mildly amuAng to see a wUe-'
in the fifty-first: annual convention last week and Editor [shins enjoying fresh air. and the cracking: outfit like the Sun bite on the Effervescent same soothing! Tablet.effect.Both have 1 plus years of experience

Sweger of The Times should feel proud of the cooperationgiven freedom of the knees has not been that one The young fellow (jn $1.00 at your drug store can help you attain

him by his fellow citizens. Outside of the benefits of I disturbed to a very great extent. question wU two.weeks old yester- your goal.
Inverness Chronicle. day. - Clrmont Press. Well,
:. the meeting to newspaper workers, the trip was a revelation I loody. The' allwlM Don got left''

!Ij i to those' editors who had never visited this section of Florida, Tallahassee; State News la authority hU: lime. Our young man was

. the plantations of shade tobacco and the mining of Fuller's '! for the statement that twenty-five years 'and two weeks BANK OF STARKE
slightly over 44 per cent of the old yetterd r.._Okeechobee Newt. I
earth being among the objects of interest shown the visitors. ,taxes going to tile general revenue Believe It 'o'P net. that ,boy knows! .

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