Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: July 18, 1930
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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LEGISLATIVE- Prison Library Road Widening EXAMINATION Bond TrusteesCut !Annexation Is Group HopesTo

BODIES HAVE Wants Books Project Meets IS. ANNOUNCED. Six Mills To Be Discussed Cure Tax ;

STUDY TIME -.. With l .' From Ills In State
Editor;: T"ie Telegraph. Delays I'<'.>uul)', Senatorial .AwnrtU lkl.
Starke, Florida. 'I "". U.lth, at O(,ay Hill "School ytt

Carlton May Kxpwt More Htrrnjcth, We have recently moved into Duval County line Trouble SicurIng ,*'_-V Funds From Mate lluunoAccording Stops 11the plan to reform, l u! j r

in New, House! our new chapel and auditorium ) ItlKh of A\'M>' On Road Allow! 11c'C't'I'_' From Pre1llmlnnr equalize and amend> Florida's taxation "
and arranging to take care ofa Examinations for and
are county
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With the question ,of Florida's modern library for the use of senatorial scholarship will be to the press by the! committee of taxes are being made In Jacksonville m

legislative\ personnel for 1931 settled the Inmates. At present we have The conducted> throughout<< the state, Ill their preliminary budget the In charge, a basket dinner will Tuesday by the men who ,
task of
,i!! In almost every county of the little reading matter on band and of-way for the securing widening/ a of right-the superintendent of public instruction county board of bond trustees asked be held at Clay 11111 schoolhouse will make the new laws. Mitof

new and holdover senators are endeavoring!: to accumulate a I announced Monday the county commlsalonois to Include Friday July 25th. at which time
state twenty mile strip of highway; from Those arranging for the passagatof
representatives have nearly aear's modern library of, we hope sev Each year Iba state offers two a levy of 38 mills for redemption prominent speakers of Duval,
and them f*
Baldwin to
to Jacksonville will be some nOw ones replace
study of Florida's needs be- eral thousand volumns. There Is 1 typos of scholarships, It watt explained of bonds and payment of Clay Bradford and Baker! counties r
discussed' at the next meeting of with what they think bringmore
they align themselves in the no provision In the law by whichwe One county scholarship Interest for the fiscal year beginning will be heard on the question results
tore the road department scheduled for; satisfactory ore members ;
next are authorized to spend money Is allowed for.each representativeIn let 1930. nd ending
'gplto)"s legislative chambers July 17. The recent July it of splitting Clay county.a oval of the taxation committee of '
( report of,
for the literature for the inmates. the lower hawse to each of tho June 30th. 1931. It la. now bittleved county la after the Orange Park JM'
April Frank A. Edwards, Duval '' the next legislature.<< u
Results of the last primary 'ac- Therefore, we are dependent county state Institution*-the University'of that this large; a levy will section of Clay county and It Is 1
largely on the help of the publicfor engineer, upon the unwillingness Florida ualnesvllle and the Every member of the taxation t ,
When the
to the political observers II not be necessary preliminary understood' that the people of the .
of the property owners to allow committee. Is member of either'
I Florida State College for Womenat a
same. ; mede the
check each precinct and coun- budget was Clay Illll section would prefer to
oho' the county authorities right; of way the next house or senate. They
inmates are
tabulation seek hidden By their own admissions the Tallahassee-and one scholarship trustees did not have accurate Information come to Bradford county
(i\ vote for the widening of the road, has John K. Mathews Jacksonville '
would rather have good, from each senatorial districtto ;
of political leaning, indicated as to the amount of An effort was made some two r
factors: substantial, instructive reading created a difficult situation! that Is each of the two state Institu I Peter Tomasello, Okeechobee; S. ,
that Governor Doyle K. Carl- 'money that would accrue from the years ago to annex' the western "
: feared will have to be referred to I.P..
Hobiimoau Lucas
expect a greater strength matter such as history, science tions.! 'bills passed at the last session of edge' of Clay county to Bradford Miami;
ton may I the courts,' although Robert "'. i *
Black, Gainesville Sam Teague.
the 96-member house of representatives biography, travel trade books, Scholarship winners must enrollIn the legislature. Since the budgetwas county and In the legislature It ;
lu Bentley, chairman of the state Apuluchicola. All members of a.
in 1931 than he had in I books on religious and allied sub- these schools and must either made, Fl. S. Matthews chairman hail reached the point where the are !
road department expressed' the be- the house w
stormy session of 1929. jects, up to date fiction with a return to teach for two years In of the board of bond t trustees measure/ would have been given a ,
the lief that the situation would be "
The administration's strength in common-sense meaning behind It, the county or district or refund to has called on the state! treasurer favorable report by the senate Purl Adams Alfred Wagg and s v

senate, the observers have i and other works that follow along satisfactorily cleared up by the the state the money represented and found that the amount coming committee. The action was drop- W. G. Mct'all. all members of the
the I
county authorities in due time.It '
found Is not so easily predicted at these lines. An encyclopedia Is believed that the by the scholarship according to in from the various sources hand pend when Clay county authorities senate are attending Other senators 7 '

thin early date as it Is in the Britanlca, geographies, philosophies great the .requirements. led through the office of the treasurer assured property owners of are expected. a
value of the land the
etc, are needed and wouldbe bordering These> scholarships are 'said to will be greater than had been 1 Klngsley: lake property they wouldbe The committee will make conti, a4

house.The general Impression now sincerely appreciated by the road so close to Jacksonville has be worth f 200 a year and may be expected.!' given relief from their taxes In crete plans to: t$9'

among the legislators who will return sixteen hundred inmates. This caused hesitate the In offering property the owners to held for tour years upon the rec- This will admit or a consider that county Since Duval county I Have the people' of Florida vote > F },,

to the halls of statcratt for means much to the state and to the state without high propertyto ommendation of the faculty of the able reduction from the 38 mills has declared Its purpose of annexing to Instruct the legislature to re'w '

the regular 60day'session starting society. compensation college to :which the scholarship asked for in the preliminary budget -, / Orange Park or a strip move the state' constitutional/ f? r?

next April, Is that the house of I am convinced that If the public Chairman Bentley explainedthat I holder Is sent. In speaking of the matter across the northern edge of Clay amendment that prohibits collwallon i. -*f

representatives will accord the administration knew there is a big field here Jacksonville Is the only Flor- These scholarships are awarded Mr. Matthews expressed the opinion county which would Include the / of an inheritance tax. r

from 60 to 76 votes for mental Improvement, they ida city of any size with such a on the hh 'test averages made that the bond trustees would Clay Illll section and Orange Park Draft 1 Mils to !>.. submitted lathe

when lines are drawn between ad- would respond abundantly and narrow road approach as the In the county I or district except probably be able to take earn of residents of llre t Clay 11111 section> next legislature t that will reel

ministration and antiadministration give us a library that we would stretch between Baldwin and the that an applicant must make an Interest payments bond redemptions -' have Indicated( their' desire to go to ,nco the state tax on real estate
appreciate. I am convinced that and maintenance witha Hiudford Instead and this meetingwas -
of 70 and 'road to a minimum.
forces city, being only 16 feet wide. He average per cent a grade
During the 1929, fights and filibusters the people of Florida and friendsIn pointed out'that besides carrying of not less than 60 per cent ou any levy of 32 mills. This, he mild railed to allow all a chance to Diluft bill to have standard

on the Carlton tax plan other states will be glad to West Florida truffle the strip in one subject to IM considered. was the levy that It was originally he heard., public schools In all.counties with, "
send us such books as enumerated.If figured would be to The program committee composed uniform
term. Fund
the governor counted on and gen- question receives an influx of traffic Applicants! must be legal residents necessary a for the
erally received a bloc of 68 to 60 you have any books along these coming from the south at Bald- of the county or district assess to carry: the two bond issues of Mr. and Mrs. J, L, Rtrlck- uniform term the drafted meaa I" '
lines that can send us, or can unless -there considerable land, F. D. Lung and Mrs. Dolsey) t
voaea on measures that made up you win on their way to Jacksonville and must be graduates from a was a tires will say will come In part y

the plan. The house minority Inmost put us in touch with anyone who and results In such a congested high school accredited by the Increase In the assessed val Lang, extends a cordial Invitationto from I the state 1 ..

Instances was Included in a will help the good work along, we condition /hat the daily toll of accidents state board of public instruction: ues of the county. There has been citizens of all four counties to Draft Mils and consider plans '

bloc of 27 to 30 members who voted shall be very glad to receive such reported on It Is not sur- only a very slight Increase If any, .come, bring well-filled baskets and for having the state contribute'

consistently against the chiefexecutive's assistance. prising. HT.TIII.H. 1..HUmC1HU"; and the difficulty now In that only listen to the program which has morn of Its tax money to the $ w

and other Very sincerely yours about 75 per cent of the taxes assessed been prepared, as follows: schools so that counties levying-
tax measures The road department is arrang- .\ : IN ('UTTUSII' wlk'1
bearing the administra N. B. Plummer, Chaplain. are being paid. It full payments Topic:: "Is It Timely and Legitimate heavy tnlllage for school work can
projects ing an appropriation from the bud- ors
: were being made the levy for a 6-mile Annex Across cut that mlllage, thereby!' imiterlal-
lion's stamp. for the of the roadto
get widening
did not accord II' Orlando July 12. -Florida has would probably be considerablyless Clay County to go to J bather flu Vat Iy decreasing: taxes. a.. = b,
Florida's 38 senators 40 feet and if the
county secures -
HAS 106,000 acres of ration on July or Bradford
FLORIDA than 32 mills Counties or to
majority to the Turn thumbs! down on the taxation J
as heavy a the right of way; work will 1 as compared with 96,000 acres Both?" ,
The trustees have recently reduced -
during the 1929 plan of the Florida league of it
Carlton measures be started on the project.
RAPID GROWTH on the same date last year and their running expenses to 10:30: a. m., Oponlnn-.J. L,
administration leaden municipalities because It Is the 'l
\legislature as Howard J. Redavanta chairmanof ;
101,000 on July 1, 1928 according Strickland Maxvllle.
the minimum, and will do everything
the body leaned a same as another such plan submitted
desired, but the Duval county commission
I -L- to a report Issued today by the I In" their power to help hold 11:30: a. m., Wh,?- -lion, Edward 1
subitantlal strength to the governor -., Million and half It Total Pop-. state that the condemnation pro- United 8UlJb.:, ;,':eBarlment of Agriculture taxes down to the lowest' possible Larson Keystone Heightsand and provieu! unconstitutional.

In all casea. ulation. ceedings probably' would have to bureau- of agricultural level Hon. T.. J, Knabb Macclenny!
With new' faces entering the be Instituted to secure the needed economls here. These measures the taxation
13:30 Vote
: p. m of sentimentby
senate chamber during 1931, some right of way. Personally, the committee believes are essential (4
This 10
was rent Increaseover of
Census figures for 65 of the 67 per people affoctnd annex,
political observers have It now chairman ,said, he would favor last Highway Bids to a taxation program that will be +
and five
counties, showed a population of :year a per cent: 12:45: p. m.- Dinner.
that while several candidates were widening the road to twenty or cent Increase the offered by it a* the next session of t''' tl
according to official over 1928 report 1.45: p. Oration by lion John
elected on the strength of Indirectly tabulations.1,447,645, '* twent-flve feet and ask the state stated. Are Received Mathews, Jacksonville) the leglalatlure' !;X<%*.

planked anti-administration to take over another county road The plan In brief Is that the
Complete figures for Volusla There was considerable replanting 2:45: p. m.--Oration by lion I:. ;
will be enough of from Jacksonville removal> of the $ '
platforms there to Maxvllle to of cotton which irfeld back the M. amendment against
Okeechobee counties remain Johns Starfce.
the old guard at hand to guide the and although three 'of the take care of the traffic to Gainesville crop to some extent but the stand Bills I'or Xcw Itltrr Itrlilgo AmongThaw the levying of an Inheritance tax

senate toward general accordancewith unreported, Ocala and ampa. Opened Tiifmliiylly would allow the federal government -
was reported to be last
equal to
for larger cities In Volusla county Hoard.llldn PltOPOHKII; 4'OMMl'MTYItKMKI
the administration's pfans to return $4,000,000
Beach and New year and better than In 1928, the : ; -' UUU.IZTIUS annually
settling state problems in 1931. DeLand Daytona State Talks report said. In such taxes to the' state. $9I
The hold-over members of the Smyrna-have been enumerated. for the paving' of State ?
DeLand seat of Volusla county, Road No. 11 from Monticello to There U a crying need In this The transfer of certain funds

senate, 11 of them, will be aug- has a population of 5,176, an Increase New SpeakerOf see some Central Florida veteran the Georgia state line were among community, which up until now, from the gasoline tux to other
mented naturally by newcomers of previous legislatures seek the funds that would allow for the reUiirtlon -,. ifI
administration.There of 1,852 or 55.7 per cent those opened Tuesday morning", by hall received far less attention
friendly to the in Florida over the 1920 figures. Daytona Assembly post as nominal leader of the the state road department at Tallahassee than It desorves. That need is of the state mlllage.

are a few spots Democratic Beach with 16.509 showed an Increase house, It was said. when 36 bidders submitted for some central\ organization The plan of the taxation coot'f
nomination as a to elec of 10,239 or 162.3 per cent Leadership of the senate for the proposals for eight state through which appeals for help mittee call for an elimination or Fa

nominee Is not tantamount exceptions the while New Smyrna with/4.129/ increased Whllaker IM Nominee For CliJrf.tain 1931 session already: has. been de road jobs.. The meeting was attended may b8 made. Investigated; and the state tax on property to one p
tion. I
With these
Democratic nominations of June Band 2,142, or 106 per cent. of Senators termined. Pat.,WhltaKer, senator by a large gathering of handled. It Is. the duty of each mill, or slightly more The one aa'le'+

The official 'tabulation for the from HIII bbrough'eoUnty' , to !
subjects ,
send their
24 will 61 completed. counties was 1,421- With the next regular session of for -presidency'of that firms or her to for schools and can not be done ;t

the legislative there meeting.has been some UU. the Florida legislature still 10 body by the 19 hold-over senators It was announced that the firms mualty. away with.
the 1931 Indications are' that when the months away Identity of the man before they ,adjourned the 1929 awarded contracts would be made come appeals for help. How much /

light legislature Intimation might be that difficult of or- two missing counties are tabulated who will yield the official gavel as session known today Friday, at 3 p.'m. In better to refer.. this to a relief association CANDIDATES M

friends of the the tota.l. 'population of Florida speaker of the house of,.represen The action was' unusual since the state road 'offices.B'ds with Home of its purposes ,

ganization at ,fist, memo will be shown as approximately tatives already has become a sub Whitaker'a term expired with the I '! for the paving of sections being: to /give proper, medical "

administration and veteran 1600000. ject of discussion in political cir 1929 session It ball been custom' of state road ,No. 24 In Osceol care to those needing It, so COSTS GIVEN

body .
bers of believe the lav-making that neither the generally senate Census supervisors said high cles throughout the state. ary for the 19, holdover senators county and a section of state road they may be put Into an able- ebtar

section The election of a speaker for at each legislative session to join I No 25 In llendry county also were bodied class; to provide employ : d
extended water In the Everglades)
nor the house see the house will not be taken up for- forces In election of a president, opened. Did for the construction ment If possible for the unemployed The Asuoflated' Press ]last week
with had delayed enumerators com-
failure to swing into line In Okeechobee mally until the 96 members hold for the next term. In pant :years, of an embankment across Nassau : to advise In regard to food reported that Secretary. of State

the administration.__ pleting the while count slowness of their caucus the night before the a senator who had served only two marsh for state road No. 3 In Nassau values. and a moderate priced balanced It. A. Gray spent $5,087.67 In his

nonu county, their enum-I I legislature opens In April of next years of his four-y >ar term had and Duval counties the construction diet; and to give relief 1111 successful race for nomination

TO REGRADE erators blamed to for file the delay In Volusla' year. Then the legislators will been named. of a bridge across the acute cases of need. I and that 1C. Clay Crawford. Jr.. 4t

cast their ballots for or against The 19 senators whose terms Myaka river on state road No. 5, abridge All who are Interested In form- who was defeated by Gray In the Y

PRISONERSThorough county. men who In June launched their carry them through the 1931' sesslon across the Gordon river on Ing such an organization please second primary, spent a total or -

campaign for the speakershlp, however evidently for saw state road No. 27 and a bridge send In your names and when a 5234.21 In his campaign.

.-\C'JIXTTAITO GOAT: and for other officers and attaches. Whltaker' renomlnatlpn as the irons the New River on state road sufficient number In procured a'' Those total. were arrived/ at by V

Physical Examination Peter Tomasello, Jr., nominatedon Democratic senator from Hills- No. 28 also were among the pro preliminary meeting will be had to adding tbe statement of campaign 9 y

To lie Olsen l.n.ll Inmates Two Jacksonville boys on a mo- the Democratic ticket June 3 to borough county when they agreed jects considered.On perfect an organization which will/ expanses and the! statement

At Ralfonl. torcycle encountered a goat on the return to Okeechobee county's to vote -lor Um at the ,en at.'. July :22 bids for cement be of untold value to our community of expense for political workers.t '_-

highway north 'of Starke' last Friday desk In the house of representative organization< meeting. stone, steel, sand asphalt slag and to the least fortunate The statement of campaign expense Y'

All of the J.634 prisoner at the and as a result'' the motor- chamber already ban cast his In the honserot representatives mule feed and structural timberare among us. The 'Ideas which will Included the expense of ,, ;

tate penitentiary at Raiford will cycle was hauled to town by a hat In the political] ring as a can- In 1929 a four-cornered: race for scheduled to be opened.! be brought< out will be of value to campaign workers and represented ;r

lie given a thorough physical ex- wrecker the boys received treat- didate for the post of speaker. His the spttakershlp started the caucus each of us In learning to serve our the real total for each candidate ?

amination with the view of re- ment for badly skinned limbs and nomination as a representativefrom that resulted in' selection] of Sam- ,HCHOOh MONEY: IH( I1IHTIIIIICT.Kl fellow man. and not a sub-total a* reported. '

grading them and determining If the goat remained In possession of Okeechobee county was tan- uel W. Oetzeivof Sumter county : Lucia S, Alvarez The total expense account of each

any who are able bodied are not the road-with all four feet tamount to re-election since be He defeated D. Stuart Gill Is, Walton Phone 137. candidate was within the limit set

being given full work the boardof straight up.-until he was hauled had no opponents In other parties. county; Dr I. N Kennedy, Attributed to the decrease In by state law. The Incorrect total '

commissioners of state Institutions away by a road gang. Whether Another member of the house of Lake county, andT. C. Merchant gasoline consumption during the mm: m> IM\.VM.I:" ; oyl reported exceeded that limit.

decided on motion of Nathan the goat deliberately committed 1929 will seek the speakers post, Madison county I summer months. and to the fact l KM.VO.t'U\T: ; DEALERS; : Gray's total expenses for the ,p

Mayo' commissioner of agricultureand suicide or thought be could best It is reported. He is Is Dan Chap- Tomasello who has announced' that few taxes are paid during Beginning lust week, the state full campaign, Including political

head of the prison department anything on two wheels has not pell, one of Dade county's delegation himself In the race for the ipeakership -' thin season the state departmentof Inspectors of the division of agri- workers In the first and second. !'

been determined, but be succeeded of.three. served* field marshal of public Instruction has had approximately culture began a concentrated drive primaries,,, were $4,471.83 Kxpenses Y

The road ,department has been In wrecking plans of the boys fora Clay Lewis Gulf county represenatlve the Carlton forces In the house $64,700 less to distribute to check up on violators and evad- of political worker. Included .'

': calling on the penitentiary for day's ride over the highways of has announced his can- during the 1929 session and whipped to the schools] In the state ers of egg< und gasoline laws according In this total were $616.75.

i Prisoner to work ,on highway this section. didacy and Is I looked upon by Into line the'S' to 1 majority thin month than last according to to the statement of Phil Crawford' total expenses were

construction, project and J. S. many observers as the possible that gave house approval to the W. 8. Cawthon state superintendent Taylor chief Inspector of Talla- $4,973.71 Including: $2 0.50 spent ,

I Elitch, superintendent of the farm, CITS THKATRK: : I'KK'KS: leader of the West Florida delegation Carlton tax plan In a special 20- of public' Instruction. hassee. for political workers. a
las reported theft according to In the house.' day session of the legislature, after Schools of Bradford county will It la said that as many at 11,000 First primary campaign expense -

Present grading he has not sufficIent announced Lewis has served two term. In filibuster.had baited receive a* their share of the $268- dealers In gasoline In the state of William M. Toomer, who

men, to supply the wants' of Manager Pitman has to the the house; although he was grad- of the plan In.the regular program. 866.01 available for distributionthis have neglected! to payJthelr $S.00 was eliminated In the June 3 election. )

the road department. drastic cuts In admissions uated from tbe University of Florida Tomasello. also beaded. proponents month the sum of 1,628.47, license fee and the Inspector say were 3214.41, Including

Governor Doyle E. Carlton Gaiety Theatre during the sum only last year. In the house of. flood control: and k ver- according to the statement Issuedby they will demand a show down, or $224.50 for political workers, o

pointed oat that a large number of : mer months, prices having been lowest of 1929 be. was chairman of the Cladee drainage< ,,measures.Chappell the state "comptroller's office a production of, the necessary license. (- T n, Hodges, another secretary
: set at 10 and 25 cents the of state candidate who, was eliminated -
administration of education -
Idle prisoners an added exPense house appropriation. committee. was an and the state department
are prices charged by any theatreIn Notices have been sent to all In the first primary spent''c'
to the state and all able- talking Other names are under discussion wheel horse during the 1929 session. ,
bodied men able to work should I the state- showing exclusively.all about the state as possible lie gained his chief distinction egg dealers that they must abide $3,374.9S. his statement bowed. t

b" put on highway projects. and singing picture: shown candidate for the position. Political bowevv when he brought ('OCXTCOCUT: Tt.'I<:I>ID.\Y by regulations In labeling egg container 4

Release date on picture observer expect to *ce a one of five proposed state-wide The regular session of county as to the type of eggs sold The tint annual meeting of

West Florida farmer. will find locally follow Jack.onyllle.and determined campaign by some one racing and parl-mutu bill out of court wIll be held next Tuesday, That I.. if they are fresh eggs, farmers of the state at the Collegeof

many thing of Interest In the Gainesville very closely With, the Byrd*ensatlou or two of the West Florida rep comparative obscurity to a point Judge Gardiner stated this week. shipped, or cold storage egg*. Penalty Agriculture war In 1110.'when ''r

farm tour which have been scheduled of the season" bookedfor resentatives.1' where only a narrow majority' prevented Only a few cases are scheduled for for violation of this law la a the first annual citrus seminarwas .

for their counties In late July at the' South Pole, being Tuesday. They will not be surprised to passage by the house. hearing at this session. fine of from $30 to $80. held,
next Monday and
and early August.

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1 ::: These small pieces of rind way b e by mixing thoroughly a pound of CROTCHV NEIGHBOR cheerful and friendly H. f"lieves *

f FARM colored green and flavored: with( paris green or white arsenate. with IS COMPARED WITH In the old adage .bout

WRVF : PROGRAM mint as emerald gems; or a rose 25 pounds of bran. After one lias CHEERFUL BROTHER catching more flies) with l1on
IFARM NEWS SECTION L 'The Voice of Florida" thoroughly than wltu vlnegaf. and he
f and flavored with rose geranium spent 10 minute in doe,> not,
leaves, to use In place of cherries. mixing this he should moisten it (By Spuds Johnson) let the milk of human k''lne.'

J Watermelon ri!<'kl<- with enough water to make it I know one man who has the turn to whey.

I Gainesville Fla. Talks to Use 2 pounds watermelon limewater damp but not sloppy This will happy faculty of being able to get I'll let you guess which "?1 'j., ..

I'If. Conducted Dy Florida farmers are given dally made from 1 quart water, usually require about one-half. gallon twp; is the more successful .11111<.! ya:t ,
,. along with all of his neighbors
beginning at 12:15: eastern time, and 1 tablespoon ,lime, 1 quart of water. the more friends.
If. ;l'' T. D. UICKENHAKER, County Agent from WHtfF, the state radio statlon -' cider vinegar! 1 cupful water, 5 This material should be sown and is welcome wherever he goes.I --.-.-__
the Florida Agriculture) l broadcast over jthe rnead'ow. preferably know another who, unfortunate. HPRAY JCA.V: TRI.KV:.: ,
MISS PEARL JORDAN, Home Demonstration Agent by cupfuls sugar ((2 1-2 pounds sugar :
i : Extension Service The programs ). 1 tablespoon allspice, 1 tablespoon early In the morning when ly, cannot get along very well with -

tl will be interspersed 'with music clov%), 6 small piecesof the plants are wet with dew. anybody, and Is usually left to Montlcello, Fla. Pecan' 'OR

and Interesting short features cinnamon and 1, ounce green The poison should not be" applied himself. lie just "rubs people should be sprayed during in/, I,,,
!: National Canning Contest ,Some of the main talks follow: ginger root' may be added if desired where chickens' or other domestic the wrong way," most of the time the control of the leaf cae.-bear_

1 Sat., July 10 Farm News and : fowls are apt to pick It up without Intending to do so. er, according to Fred Wv \m,,..

Stirs Interest Starke Women hints.: U. S. Firm Science Snap- Pare and remove all green and However, In such places the fowls As I consider friends the most assistant entomologist of the Fie, .

shots. pink portions from watermelonrind. generally keep the worms under valuable asset a man can hive, I Ida Experiment: : Station, wh, ,?, ?.

I _-. I --- Mon., July 21 Meeting Flor- Cut It In the desired shape control, and poisoning is not necessary recently got to musing over these vegtigatlng pecan Insects. Lead
ida Farmers' Radio Club-O. T. or size and soak for two\ or three two men and tried to see why It arsenate, 1 pound to BO gallons ')1
vy4 Six hundred dollars for a Quart P PI Smith Ornlno, will tell fellow club hours in the lime-water. Drain Is that the one gets along BO well water, applied under high pres.

jar of canned food! Can one Jar metnbers why by is going to the watermelon rind. Cover It with 1IOMK: DKMOXHTK.VTIO.V with people while the Otherdoeo sure to cover the under Cud j ), 'Jt

I' ,, of food be worth that? V farmers' Week. fresh cold water. Cook for one ..\AGENTS; B STUDYING not. Guess I'll first talk about t the the leaves Is the spray to nut

l ) Q. a Thin Is a question that is agitating Tues., July 22 Watermelons hour or until tender. Drain. Cover AT SUMMER SCHOOL one who doesn't.In .

,)! acli } Starke hnmemakers since and Caterpillars F. v...'. Walker with a weak vinegar (one cup the first place he has too exalted Weems. Gainesville

tar word got around'that six hundred assistant entomologist pecan In two cups water) and allow to Tallahassee Fla. Six Florida opinions of his own abilityIn Fla., August 11-15, 1830
In cash would be paid for -- -- -- Florida demonstration comparison with others. He Is
the i dollars -- --- Investigations, Experiment: stand over night. Discard the liquid home j agebte are
the best Jar of fruit, vegetables M.tllKKT: : POULTRY Station. Outline of 'Farmers' jiext morning and make a syrup taking special work at the summer like the man who says "there! are Over a Billion Deadly Germs;
9 1+ feel t or meat entered In the second National Week truck crops program of the'three cups of vinegar, school of the Florida State college two sides to every question!=My in a Single Drop of Water

Nl* hA Canning Contest which is At about) five will be- Wed!, July 23 Economic Importance one-half cup water sugar and for' Wornen. through an arrange- side and the Wrong side." lIe Is Came are BO small that there may

is being held at Shenandoah, Iowa, gin to be able to separate the cockerels of Selecting Poultry- spice. Heat the sy! up to 180 de- ment'with the United States De- always butting In with his positive be as many as one billion seven him.
tabi ,t under the auspices of the Household from the pullets. The cock Norman n. Mehrhof, extension grees Fahrenheit. Cover and infuse partment of Agriculture and state' opinions and officious manners, tired million of them in a drop of

ti g w Science Institute erels at this age develop conspicuous loultryman. Outline of Farmers' for-one hour, 'Add the drained and"county authorities. They are Imposing his opinions on other water. And if they just get a few Into of these tiny
: ,
t u i The contest seeks to further the bright red combs while the Week poultry program. Primer for watermelon and cook gently for Miss Elise Laffltte Oadaden county people. And he just lacks manyof through perms a.cut m your skin your may blood make l

work of the V. S. Department of pullets show no combs at all, or Town Farmers.Thure. two hours or until the syrup- la ; Mrs. Ruth Kellum, Leon:; !Mrs. court me of common tact you eo sick you will be ia bed! for

.. I i Agriculture and the home demon- just very Inconspicuous ones. : ., July 24 Work at Experiment fairly' thick. Seal and store. i }J. W. Moore, Citrus; Mrs.\ Nellie and when dealing with weeks-may cause the loss of a limb
:, i demonstration agents: throughout As soon as possible. some time Station Animal Disease Taylor, Orange; Miss Margaret others. He is usually soured through blood poisoning-mnv even

1 "! ;:. the country by focusing the attention between the 5th and the 9th week, ahoratory- Dr. E. F. Thomas assistant Cobb, Manatee; and Miss Ethyl against the world. infect :you with that most. dreadful and
I fatal! of diseases lockjaw.
\ new j:;' of American housewives on,take all ot your cockerels o'llland veterinarian in charge. I DKV.1HTI.VO AIIMVAVOUM.H lolloway, Broward. On the other hand the other ,
that! and healthfulness of I Outline of Farmers' Week llve- fOXTKOMKI: > is and Just ooca\18o'you can BCD no dirt in
: I.L t, the economy develop them promptly for the Federal and state officials are man courteous respectful ,
I WITH DUSTOR RUT a cut docs not mean that it is clean.
I the I"C t. home canned foods. broiler market, unless you have In tock and dairy program / encouraging the county workers thoughtful; t>f others His cpln-) You cannot Bee germs. The only gala

: _"' First prize winner In the National mind keeping them longer for the Fri, July) 25 Ups and Downsof -' to take advantage of the training Ions are quite likely to be' right and sane thing to do, Is to thoroughly

1: Canning Contest last year later market seasons. For broilers Spuds Johnson, Florida farmer Gainesville Fla. An alien offered so that they may deep up but he does not force them down wash every cut, no matter how small,

.p, wan Mrs. Mary Hvass, Kennan, however, the cockerels should -He visits Hamlln L. Drown, extension army Is invading some counties! of with latest developments in their other people's throats. He has a with Liquid"Borozono, to kill the
< l I' Wisconsin, farm woman whose entry best be confined to limited size dairyman. Florida, and the Ancient Order of work. The course will continuefor genuine friendly interest In others perms, and then dust it with Borozono
. "' ., of peas -. i Loyal Defenders is doing bloody four weeks. but does not nose into their Powder, to hasten the dealing. Liquid
Jar green ...
: of a quart runs, In order to limit the.amount
r Borogone costs 30 cents 60
; ; battle. Tbe Is composed of cent $1:!!o
I. : 4A was chosen as the best entered by of exercise they will get. A room army affairs or, unless asked, tell them and $1.CO; Borozone Powder, 30 cents

'I II :' the girls and women from all sections 10 by 12 feet will be enough space I HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES worms them and the defenders are Fresh bread may be .cut smooth, how he thinks they should run and CO (cents and can be had at
: d'' .. I ; it of the United States. for 250 fattening broilers. fighting with polsnoned baits Iy with a hot knife. their business. At all times he is Canova Pharmacy.RELIABILITY .
}' holding of the contest in rather than with poison gas -------.-- --
; ,, .I.\- The I For feed fattening ration
:emon- : WatSon
J. R. entomologist at
Is due to the Influence '
1 Iowa should be
year now adopted strong on
Btratlon, AJrC'lIt. .. .
the Florida Experiment Station,
8K Ii of Henry Field, Shenan corn, feeding It In small amounts'
doah farmer, merchant and KFNF but often to keep the broilers always Ging'rcdVatermelon| hind says that heavy Infestations of fall
whose career Is one of army worms sometimes (called I
announcer well filled. At about seven and
? Carefully remove all
h t; the romances of American life. Imbued weeks the mash should consist of green grass worms or Justarmy! worms,
red portions of the rind and cut ,
have In some counties,
i thrift he '
the of ,
with one part ot regular developing
Into Inch To insure
(p ll quickly y y, readily agreed to serve as president l- mash as previously described, to crispness for each pound of rind These found worms mostly or on caterpillars crabgrass and are

l Uenva4 and to oversee the Innumerable which has been added one part of add 1 tablespoonful of slaked lime
Bermuda but
olger details connected with a project grass they are apt
yellow corn meal and one part of
and 1 of water Let stand
a ''tire size and to attack late, corn, sugarcane,
of such scope.Olfl'r
; (Commercial skim or condensed
G rp 3 hours; freshen 1 to 2 hours In sweet potatoes and cotton.If ECONOMY
tLStl lit PrlCHv
1\1\ buttermilk. This should be supplemented -
I clear water; drain well and boll has small
one only
hundred and seventy a acreageof
Four with cracked corn fed In
ltI rapidly In strong: glngW tea ((1 ox.
lawns or meadows being attacked -
($ + .. prizes, totalling $4,250 In cash, pans or hoppers, with sour skim
Anger to 1 qut water) for 15 minutes -
{ 'Mr. Watson that he
'I and ribbons, will be says
loving milk for and food for
cups drink
? \ green
I Drain put Into a 30 degree -:
dust with
, I ,I distributed to the winners In the' general/: conditioning. MarketingIs !: syrup made by using 1 pint i may or calcium powdered arsenate lead for the arsenate GOOD PERFORMANCE
which three maw'
; contest, comprises usually the most profitable at I
tr ..h strained ginger tea withal quart control of these pests The poison
., jor divisions: fruits, vegetables about one and a half pounds live /
water and 1 1-2 pounds of sugar.
i should be
iberlI diluted with four times
s. and meats. The best entry in each
weight. Three to four 1 pounds of
Cook until tender and transparent I
Its weight of hydrated lime. Ani-
will be awarded $100. One
division dry feed Is about the amount required -
t (about 1 !-2 hours). After boiling mals should not be allowed to I
will also receive the fiven -
of these for adding each pound of
}omIq half hour add lemon sliced dusted
''j Flan. a hundred dollar sweepstakes prize. live weight to the bird. graze on grans.
: ? thin. AlLow to stand over night, I Under most
pride In each division will circumstances says
y Second The American Poultry School ot
having the rind well covered with
Mr. Watson it would be
Mil the third prize $25, and econom-
be 1(0. Kansas City, Missouri, gives us which when boiling tests
syrup ical to use a poisoned bait, made
$10. The winners
the fourth prize
the average weights of 100 Leg 220 degrees F, When cooLarrange ,
w d ) handy ,, will\ also receive a loving cup horn chicks as follows. at hatchIng pieces attractively In jars, cover to .

r g t Craor and ribbon. There will also be 30 time, 8 pounds, fifth'! week, 42 overflowing with syrup. Cap, "
i of five dollars each, 75
prizes pounds tenth week 110 pounds. '
clamp and process 11 oz. Jars for
Z, : prizes of $2.50 each and 300 prizes The heavy breeds start out at the 15 minutes at boiling.

,a of one dollar each. In addition same weight but get under way Watermelon rind in C five hundred dollars in cash will more slowly being behind the
1.3 Inch wide then cut.. crosswise
; 4e; be awarded to the home demonstration Leghorn chicks until after the 1-2 Inch In length making! Undertakers;,Supplies ti

I J r. i agent whose sends in the twelfth week, when they start to uniform uniform sized cubes or AUTOfMOUIIK HEARSE

largest number of entries, $250 to i overtake the Leghorns and take on b .
make Intofancy,, shapes with vege- Alwar 4> Hand. The t
jr.' ,-v a ( the' agent whose county sends In their natural heavy body develop table cutteVs, preserved and colored .er .Ice .t the lunrrat pilr... -
)" 1; 1 It ap ;' the next largest number, and $100 ment which makes them of greatest makes attractive garnish for .Special attention to telegraph- 1 +

I .the I to the agent of tho county sending value for late season marketing use with desserts and salads, and ordera.RKOISTISIIKIJ j - r..
't sips in the third largest number. EMBALM:
lT'nd ni ) for candy centers dipped Into chocolate ';//I ,Y'
Went of] 6 The contest U open to every In case the rokerels are being or coated with fondant. DEWITT C. JONES 1
'+ ; a '1 woman and girl In the t'nlted held for the late season marketing
J,? elifor States. There are no restrictions instead ot for the broiler market, gtA
t von.. as to the nature of the food sent the confinement and fattening ra- HEADACHERELIEVED (I IG i
s and 1. Contestants may ener one two tion as mentioned for broilers .

"s), p1 1 tr or all three divisions. Entries should be disregarded, and regu- &

!v ore should be sent.,in as soon as possible lar range and growing ration used QUICKLY OVER WORl
.j be CARTE [ Purely. VtfUbU PiB FpN
I D. ?, after canning. These will as with the pullets you are developing -
..1a.4 f t9 placed and kept on exhibition at ,' for laying purposes. I rn ILL"" quickly digestive corrects disturb the* 'ERVlS;
Shenandoah until after the closIng A I
ner J ances.removes the Intestinal -
i of the contest, which will be nt'J'IHJoI'I: : : : t PItOlltA31II.tltMFIts'tt'EIiK
(four i a poisons and sick
: ford i C on October 1. : : t4'Iid. quickly disappears. Your whole system r

,lyr4ft f Context t'lonrs (tobor 1. I ('o\n: MANY 81'IUKC'TS: enjoys a tonic effect constipation ) 4 : .Srk'L.,:; :'i4f: Sv:
l-&' .Juhhl.,. Fruit and vegetable/ entries in vanishes and yon feel renewed 1 r

G ( CI the contest will be Judged for Gainesville, Fla.- Beekeepers vigor. Avoid bromides and dope, r TUB NEW FORD TUDOR SEDAN

:clearness, color, pack, neatness, of Florida will find a splendid they are depressing and harmful.
tl ,Ki flavor and texture. The meat en- three-day program: awaiting themat All Druggists 25c and 75c red pkgs

''a tries will be Juged on neatness, Farmers' Week which will be CARTER'S tmlPD"iS YOU are buying proved performance consumption, low yearly depreciation
41, texture and flavor. Judges, each held at the College'of AgricultureIn .
1 l1a one a recognized food authority, Gainesville, August 1115. Beginning JI. when you buy a Ford. You know it and low cost of up-keep..

;v oar V will be Dr. Louise Stanley direc Monday at 2 p.m., thla ]has been built for thousands have found
many will find
tor bureau of home economics,' U. program will continue through as you ,

r q ca 8. Department'of Agriculture; Dr. Wednesday noon. I of miles of satisfactory, economical that the Ford embodies feature

ti!I) Margaret Justin, president American i For the Monday afternoon pro- it every

t1; yet i Home Economics Association; I gram, It. K. Foster, apiary Inspector 'S eerviee. you want or..need in a motor car at
F George Farrell, director of exten for the State Plant Doard, will r w ?
rum sion for the north central states make a talk for beginners on "The / e 1 Letters from users in every part an unusually low price.of .

't stir for the Department of Agricul- Essential Triplets." This will b'e IIP TO your ears In work- the world show the value of

nr. ,a ture; Mrs. Josephine' Arnqulut followed by a discussion of when "-. every nerve at high; tension. N'E''' LOW FOII1 FIKICKSRoadotrr
h d director of home economics ," No wonder you snap at the wife the sound of the .
,.c Bakke and how to put on supers, by k.1V. design car, good
.I. gh ,for Iowa State Agricultural College Macomber, district apiary: Inspector CAPITAL and bark at the children.Overworked . . $.3-
Watch out
materials and in
I loud ; and Miss Elaine Massey and a general round table plln r nerve may/lea.! to Sleepless-- accuracy manu Phaeton. . 440

N. 'leader of girls club work for Mississippi. fir Arson Athens ness, Nervous Headache Nerv facturing. You eciise a feeling of Tudor Sedan 493
?1'1q 1 ,ou Tuesday morning's program will ous Indigestion and a hont of .

) (; No Contestants are free to use any open with demonstrations In how TW law l. .air A''.... ..... -- other unpleasant disturbances. sincere pride I in the] f -repeated Coupe .. 493

si+ method of canning they prefer, according to handle bees and uses ol honeyin .S.I............KMWfly by *, by..I..apN ...,, Why don t you try I>r. Mllea' .0 Sport,Coupe . . 52-

? ;t ad.r to Orace Viall Oray, na- the home Queen rearing, by L. ,.. n..../. .. _... f.... Effervescent Just one in Nervine a hall Tablets glass of phrase-"Let-me tell you what my De Luxe Coupe . . . 54SThrrewlndow
and Uw 1_ ... o( lk In.! N.t.oo.1 e -
b.' you tionally-known canning expert L. Ferrell Bristol beekeeper, and _...irf .....' nill.. water makes a pleasant spark- new Ford slit!." Fonlor Sedan . 600
!: t P? secretary of the Contest. However practical beekeeping by J. J. Wilder e......... ...11I.. 1" line drink deyghtfully soothingto
er, the use of a steam pressure of WaycroHsf Oa., will complete -r -...- over-taxed nerves. Further tribute to the "sturdiness Convertible Cabriolet . .. 623
p. cooker is recommended by the U. the morning program. Dur- Age.rr ... ...... hr ...... -.1aC Dr. Mile' Nervine Is now De Laze Phaeton
l, Itcit __...,......-.....'1.'.... forms and .
in Liquid and
S. Department of Agriculture especially ing the afternoon E. Ortel will tell made two reliability general all-round performance
? Enry: ...rt.tll W. .*...!.pmml die Effervescent Tablet. Both have De LUM Sedan . . 640
S In the canning -of meat, of
the work of the Southern States
h... 1_ !. Ib. _1_ w.d '
since this method not only saves Dee Culture Field Station of the ...... ...1.........N.d.a.rkr the same soothing effect. of the new Ford is shown Town Sedan . t. 660
s+is0 time and fuel and absolute rHAROLD......,. '- $1.00 at your drug atoref
assures U. S. Department of Agriculture in the repealed and growing (All price /. o. r.. Detroit plus freight and Jf
,. -it sterility but also preserves and Mr. Foster will give an illustrated MILE'S
CJ-PJ. livery. Dumper ...J
*par lira extra,..low roes)
F, 11 ta. the natural flavor and texture talk on bee diseases. by government bureaus by -
ost h which, of course are Important Wednesday morning' program Vnlvrma], Credit. Company plan of time I pay
u Yoe t considerations In contest Judging. will be filled with discussions of INSURANCE f NERVINE police x departments, and by large meal offers another Ford economy.

d a That the Judging may be thoroughly beekeeping In Liberty county Fla.
TABLETS!: industrial companies which
a' Impartial and the display and In Georgia as well as a talk STARKE. FLORIDA keep

h' of Jars absolutely uniform contestants by Mr. Macomber on the work of careful day-by-day cost records. In .
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psi are required to submit I I an apiary Inspector. D. H. Ward, i

w 4r,;( it, their entries in standard glass Jars county agent, and A. B. Hamlln, ; most cases, the new Ford has been,
s' of the quart size. A sample Ball ( Georgia state will handle \
Inspector/ -
err i mason jar apd carton together the other two subjects. VPQ' We can charge your Q: chosen. only after xha'llive- tests ASK ron A DEMONSTRATION

o with prize entry labels for use In OKS covering i speed and NOT very far from wherever you are U a

.', th.t sending entries may be had withy CAN SINO ILO STORAGE 0 power, safety, Ford dealer who will be glad to give

1 1 pr out cost by writing the National Brooksvllle, Fla. Ilernando BATTERY In comfort, ease of control, oil and gas a demonstration ride in .the you
%. Iq P ; Canning Contest, Shenandoah county club women and girls have new Ford.

f Iowa. been canning tomatoes and field

dads peas, and will can peaches and ,
-, Miami Beach Carter's $1- chicken with the help of Mrs. Flor- Smith's storks FORD MOTOR COMPANY

000,000 pier at Ocean Drive and ence J. Albert, home demonstration Garage

Biscayne,street opened to public. agent. Fla.

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'''out stolen from In front of a Jacksonville visiting In. Jacksonville l last Fri j. Vanlandlngham of Gainesville, brother at New Hope cemetery. TIl.UX HCllt.ItJ.I'J: t t,
ne, hotel I dll)'. were visiting here last Sunday 'I Little Roland, Jr.. wet laid to rest -
of Florida in *
Short '
lot News Paragraphs Mr. II P./"Galne)' and J. J. Morgan Mr. C. C. Mathcny was visiting 1 Sunday evening at 5:30: o'clock at Our schedule changes 12:01.a.: '"
I@,. Stuart.The Da'ly News today I were business visitors to here this week 1 New Hope. The floral offeringswere : m., Sunday, April 20th and train
said the Land Company of Florida Starke Sunday. Miss Elsie Mae\ Sapplngton and beautiful. will run as follows: '
a subsidiary to the SeaboardAir School opened Monday morning 1\1\ 98t<1'lI. Charley and Sam Bronky I' Messra. Everett: and Ernest Loral No.1, southbound, due t,, I
liar" Line railway, has' derided\ to with the attendance of 109. Mr.I of Jacksonville, spent Sunday here 1 Hewitt and Miss( Alta Smith were Starke, 11:11: p. m 1 ;
[ LIVE STATE NEWSTOLD'BY I abandon Its H.O 00.000 real estate and Mrs C. S. Laird, Mrs A. F at guests of Mrs. T. I'. Ward and i vlbltlnii friends here last Sunday Local No. 11; southbound, due wr" '
Investment In Martin county Hauler on, Mills Lois Oaluey and. family.: afternoon.Mr. Starke, 11:13: a. m.
and has and Mrs W. R. DuBose of Limited No. 107 JI ;
made an attempt to deed Mr. Lester Pponholti comprised Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Raulerson, southbound :
back to the Southern States Land the faculty.Mr. H, K. Itaulerson\ and Everett Lake Butler were visiting Mr. and due Starke, 10:45: a. m. +.t.. {
and Timber and other Mrs\ R. II. Greene Sunday. Limited 191, southbound, due .
8 OUR company Galney spent Sunday In Luke Butler -
EXCHANGES and Mrs. A. F. Itauleraon.R. r..w.
I II mortgages 150,000 acres of landIn Mr. Buck Smith'anll Misses! Starke, 10:36: p. m. '' .
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as guests of Mr. and Mrs
Rauleraon R'I ; ,'fI.
_. __, .._.__ Martin and extending Into Palm I). and Misses Pearl W. Brannen. Gladys Duke and Dorothy Tysln Locals Northbound: 4 ,
arr: -' r Beach and Okeechobee counties. and Ura Gainey were the guests of Lake Butler were vliriMng Mla No. 2, due Starke, 6:43 a. m. }t';
Fire of of Mr. and Mrs. H.V.. Brannen Supt. Grim of Starke was visiting -
, Montlcello\ This land was purchased in 1924 Lorena Greene Sunday afternoon No. 12, due Starke, 3:05: p. m. v : gadLimited
In mined origin early today at the direction of S. Davies War of Lake Bulhr last Saturday evening our school here last Monday Mr. Clyde Simmons and Norman No. 108, duo Starke) ,r:

ad the Atlantic Coast Line field, then president or the railroad morning Thomas of Gainesville were 5:63: p. m.Starke ,:J. '{'
If station Tier. All company who envisioned a huge colonization Mr. and Mrs. Gay, who have I Mr. J. T.' Moore a member of visiting here last Wednesday evening and Wannee Branch: ; '8. aids at the depot were project The News said spent several weeks here work- Hie board of public Instruction was No. 101 leaves Starke 7 a. m.. No. { '.u' '
'Jr The loss was estimated at the Southern States Land and ing In the tobacco arid melon business visiting our school last Monday. Mr.\ Walter Davis Bob McKinney 102 arrives 2:40: p. m. dally except .:
and 20000. The have left for parts unknownto Mr. Carlos Bolls of LacrosHe was na'
l5000 Timber company has refused to and Miss LouisShleUla of Sunday ?" 4
tion which was built about ; accept return of the property. The us. transacting business here last Fri Gainesville were visiting hers last .' T. J, Griffin, agent. S
was located two bulk I' 11J.. L. Shrlver was transact Wednesday afternoon .
ago of the lands were sold here day.Mr. -
e. vears
ing business. Iu Starke' last Monday R. A. Weeks of Starke was :
,,m of town. I this week for delinquent state and Mr. Mottle Surrency, Russell limo line KchedulmSouthbound .'il'.t4..
t business here last ,.
taxes I transacting Greene, .l.orena Greene, and Elsie 9:37 11:31
- county which amounted In : a. m., '"
11 !Newberry Dr. J. V. i Martin county alone to approxi- A. Jo}. Wall and Woodrow Fordof week. Barry.were visiting In Lake Butler a. m., 4:07: p. m., 6:37: p. m., 11- 1\'
Starke were here last Monday.Mr. Mr. J. R. Mott was transacting ..',
baa mately 160.000.. Sunday 40 m. "
rt veterinarian, The property p. i'r-
etatt bred bull show and represents a third of the area ot. and Mrs J. J. Morgan and business here last Friday. Mrs\ It. O. Brown and three Northbound-4:60: a. m., 8:63: 4S/fJf
Iq a pure Clarence visiting her bur R. A. Weeks of Starke was v !
,0. will tie held here July 24. Martin county. son. were daughters, of Punta Gordu spenta a. m., 1:53 p. m., 4.23 p. m., 8:23: ttff,
mother, Mrs. Dukes lit Lake Butler transacting business here last
vo t snow will\ be held by the few dayy here last week with her p. 11\. 'rt ,
Breeders \ last Tuesday. week sister, Mrs\ A. L. Greene Tickets. and. Information atSmith's :-r;; p
,;I Hereford Mr. and Mrs. John Crews. or Mr. 3. R. Mott was transacting
exhibition will be one re Mr. and \Sirs Bob Thomas from Service Station, next to ..
ke Th here business In Lake Butler last Wednesday I W
Lake Butler were visiting -
made In Alucliiia spent last Sunday with courthouse *
, survey BKOOKERMl. H
r a :
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last Saturday night,
Mrs. J. K. demons. I -" .
.b which work.have completed tick .. .'...1 (:slaty' C.... Mr. It. P. and L. R. Galney. A. Mr. Paul Stewart of Aluchua Mr.\ A, II and M. J. Surrencywere Jacksonville .- Contract let for 't1. A' ,
, cation F. and R. It. Raulerson were was transacting business here last business In t t.'iJ;
transacting construction of five-story building \
Miss Stella Mae Ward of Jacksonville transacting; business In Jacksonville Tuesday.Mrs. Starke lust t'j :
.n Perry-Taylor county Is spent Sunday here with last Friday. > \ Vera Allen of State boro, Mr. \E< Supp Saturday of New River wan for Western Union Telegraph Co.,
1, recognition, as one of the great her mother Mrs. T. P. Ward Mi- J. H. Kelley and L. It. Wa- Ga., who has been spending sometime veiling Mr.\ R. I1. Greene last at southeast corner of Laura and i'1:\ 1//";
e tie nertlons'ot Florida. Et R. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Raulerson ters were transacting business In here with her parents. Mi. Wednesday. Duval struts, ':!i'\:1I)1i''\: )

r. man superintendent of the and Mr. R. n. Raulerson of Okee- Starke last Friday.. and Mrs A. B. Surrency returned Mr. A, '\', Brainier of Luke Huller ?JI.S,
0 Creek Village, and associates thobee motored here last week.A. Mr. T. B. Plnholster attended home last Sunday was visiting his children Sat
: pounced that they have bought F. and R. n. returned home the B. Y. P. V. Federation at IUI- Sirs I. K. Haddock, Mrs. It. W. urday and Sunday HEADACHE ?

I Creek mill excluding the Tuesday morning, leaving Mrs. ford last Sunday Anderson and Mr. Leroy Kngnon Measre. J. 1 K. demons. Jr., Her. 't[ Ji
t cry, and will stock the Raulerson who is a member of this 1 \Miss Lubedla Plnholster wan of Jacksonville, were visiting! Mr. m-hull Brannen, Earl Greens and RELIEVED
f with good grade cattle. The school faculty. called to the bedside of her cousin and Mrs. R. It. Greene's Sunday lanes Ozena Greene, Idell demons . ;, ;
t elates will use a mlxture"-of Fire destroyed the home of'Mr. Miss Josephine Chegser In Jacksonville Miss Alva \Falrcloth has Just returned ,, Zelmu Thomas und Jean CARTU This rmir. v.fuu raquickly .i ,, ,
corrects: UM f.:
. best native cows with pure and Mrs. J. J. Morgan last Satur- whorls seriously 111 with home from Jacksonville Laird were visiting In Lacrosse & digestive disturb l ,:.
.Hereford IIlre8.JacksonvlIle. day. The fire was supposed to have appendicitis. where she had( been spending sometime Sunday! afternoon. ances.removes th In .t.'t\
started from the kitchen flue. Mr. II. P. Galney. J. E. Clemons, with her mother.Mr. testinal poisons, and sick headache ( .?..
Georgia Miss Florene Ward who spent A. F. and R. D. Raulerson were and .Mrs. L. Anderson and quickly appears. Your whol system .a. !;
Alabama may get together In several days in Jacksonville with transacting' business in Jackson- daughters, Mary, Lydia and son, Burtow Perch Luke Groves enjoys a tonic effect, conitipa 't
ida tor a big frolic soon. The friends and relatives returned ville last Monday Harmon of St. Petersburg were corporation granted papers of Incorporation lion vanishes,and you feel a renewed ,',:* wy:
vigor. Avoid bromides
of a trl-state celebration, home last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. dalney and visiting here Sunday. to engage !In buitlness and dope w l
which the already cordial !Mrs. A. F. Rauleraon and Mrs.A. Miss Lois Gainey were visiting at bur and Mrs. Roland Andersonand of citrus fruits.Jacksonville. All they Druggists are depressing 250 and and 76c red harmfuL pkgs.CARTER'S tSfr t' ?1!',

tloiin between the three n. Crosby and son, Glenn Klngsley Lake last Sunday. daughter, of Jacksonville attended ( -- Name ot oily ,. H
southeastern states may be Misses Lois and Pearl GaIney were Messrs.: Clyde "Simmons and O. the burial of their son and' painted on roof of Barnett (funk. ESHPHXS i if
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firmly cemented, originated In
mind: of Mayor John T, Alsop,
I Ivrlt
who, announced tentative plans 1 #
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the event.

Panama City Work at ,
Me of the Southern Kraft i
per mill In Bay Harbor, Is .. ."' '
I I. ,( , t \
greasing steadily every :
tion. Excavation has been ,
on the basement for the : :
home, which will adjoin the 'f., .... :
building; of the plant. The \ 1','I : .
walls of the machinery and -, 1 ,

house toot Is have also completed.been finished and .t., ., ... (. I \ \ ;

Miami Tentative .:. .y '" .. .
for organization; of a ,i' r', _

eKg marketing agency has I .
reached by owners of 6,000 I kt a,. : ; I ) I

liens In the Miami area under t t !
pervision of the Miami ,
'. '

commerce.who signed the Thirteen agreement I

lated that It was not\ to be I
ing until a total output of i y J I pre
e t. ' :
from 30,000 laying hens had : l ; 9 '

accounted' for In the counties I'0' ., 't. r ,,'
Beach.Dade, Martin, Broward and "-t'.: : ,' '

.".: e I +r
I H\ ,
Delray-Work dredging (
Florida Coast Line Canal to ;I/
depth of five feet throughout t
entire length will be started
the near future. Two ZlfCl/lltt

dredges are now In Broward ; a rffO//let s.V .
ty preparatory to starting lIjOU

dredging which will give the :
of five feet for us next
Much work has already been .
on the waterway between I J
Worth and Jacksonville. The /1 ilzal; _

liminary work of cleaning the : ; mi/devcwdo/
nal to five feet will coat the ,I p __ V

ernment about 92,000,000, it ,
reported. .
". LJ:

Key West Down went ,
quarts of1' assorted liquor to uJ'j..
..! .} ,
bottom of the sea, as a coast 6ell
picket boat chased a rum ,$ .,;; ( r&Th.
.'" .
off Key West yesterday. The ," .,; : :,

quarts valued at retail prices .
approximately $7,500() came ..
to the surface and Into local '
toms vaults in the hands of
employed by the coast guard. ,
was. there today, awaiting a ... .
order for Its destruction.; Op .
tore of the' rum boat evaded jvwo r.\\;.. .,.. ,
coast guardsmen as the latter

tered their attention on '

the liquor.. ;

Miami Whether the
county Jail-on) the 27th story
the court house-la to be
Ically wet or dry depends
upon action of the Dade
commission.* Jail officials) said
day. The commission has
asked for funds to screen the
to prevent smuggling of liquor ,4

prisoners from a seventh story MILDER + A
cony, 20 stories below. YES-BUT SOMETHING MORE. I

said the smuggling was Chesterfield offers richness, aroma, satisfying .. '
plished by prisoners, who to 1'7

ropes through Jail windows :',: '" , flavor?: .+t .

friends on' the balcony, who BETTER TASTE-that's the answer; andthat's ..
tach containers of liquor for
A S i
upward Journey of the strands. what smokers get in Chesterfield mellow;

est measure-the flavor and aroma of ,
:Marian na The most 1
ant .news carried last week, so I tobaccos, exactly blended and cross blended. ...

as l\ larlanna and West Florida Better taste and milder too 1 '. g
con rned, was the> awarding Y
con ract to build the 3e70 i.aocerr INnn To.MXU Co ;'r ', 4
1 17 0 miles of highway In

tOn and Cay counties on Road ; "
so nd between Panama, City JM TT A HYM TOMOP CO, f
Cot ondale. The award was ( f

en o the. Ma,Manna Lime I


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; Vi I t'IIfR72 BRIDGEAeries "My appetite-la keen, i

\ / 'Iri good and have a real tem ,H,
9 TXVKXT1KTII: : :MKXTCKV: 192930 by4 sinCe I've been taking gu,

;: ;: ('J.1UI.I.TS: .: : I ..' Wynne Ferguson and I've gained '6 pounds<, (I",

; : Jth Colorful garden flowers were I II I f d Author of _PRACTICAL AUCTION BRIDGE-* -V

throughout -
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!1 h j the home of Mr. and Mr!!. O. LeR8ley. Copyright: '9J1>? Hoyle.Jr.

I 1 Thursday evening, when I'
iLt they entertained members of the ARTICLE No. 29

Twentieth Century dub at auction ""Never lend way from a king"! Is a No score, rubber came. If Z dealt,

I .A ; bridge. fair rub, generally speaking; but sometime bid one spade and all, passed, what i*
.. After several I progressions scores the rule must be broken. As an A'* proper opening lead?
were added, and prizes awarded to 5 example take the following hands: In this hand, each of the four suits

I>r. and Mrs. E:, L.. JUgga for holdIng I ,4 4 / V presents good reasons for not leading
tlL Hand No. I it. Unfortunately one suit must be
and to Mrs N. Sternberg
I Hf'nrts-R. 10 opened, so that one which promises lesichance
; 44j 4 and Mr. Joe Trtisby for holding, V V.. ) -V t.? ,. I Ciubs- K, 7.6 I Y. I of loss than the others should be '.

? cbt low. Diamonds-k, 8, 4, 3 t A B I selected.A .
1ar The following guests enjoyed Spades-K, 7,6,2 : Z I should not lead hearts for, if t he

the71 sandwiches and tea. Mr. and Mrs. does it will probably cost him a trick.
N. Sternberg'Ur. and Mrs E. L. No score, rubber game. If Z dealt, Thetrumplead! would place his partner
feell 4w bid three hearts and all passed, whatis in the position of having his trumps led
c, tc bear Biggs Mr. and Mrs. J.V.. Andrews V : V's proper opening lead through up to the strong hand, and so

f disa Jr., Mr and Mrs. F. .'. T'T'V In this hand, A ho four suits, eachof probably cause the latter to v lose a

Stump, Mrs. D. A. Montleth. Miss \. , whkh cortains a king, so in this trick.ThoM two suit*, therefore,should
t a bi Mabel Weller and .Mr. Joe Truby 'N hand, at least" the rule "never lead r.ot be led its tricks would unquestionably -
itx.! from a king" must be broken. The be lost by so doing.
\ :C:; : question then arises, which of the four I The problem is then reduced ae'ta)
:; VISITOR/ IIONOKKI: suits should: A lead That fact shouldbe which suit, clubs or diamonds, each
; h'' i determined by the bid of three I containing a king! should be opened.
Miss Margaret;: Williams! enter heart H Z has a sound threeheartbid 'hen forced to choose! the lead between! -=<<--- ;::;

? .;' i talned at auction bridge Friday I OUCHfCfoAfff OF4TWOLI :7 the chances are that he doesn't 1'\ suits, each containing a king, t-
D4 I o Queerf etnoce hold spades. If he had strength in I the shorter suit, in this case J.OUH: M. 1lIlILl'I :
evening In honor of guestMiss ,
;1' he should have bid heart clubs. The for this choice is thata
Many American are well acquaintedwith spades C'ne reason t used to suffer with such i mi
; he.:4H: Lorraine Harber of Jackson if overbid his in with three cards of suit
the beauties of the Hudson so that by partner player only a aches I'd frequently have 'M.
k1 the' ville.Tho River that majestic stream dlacdvered spades, he would be in position to stands a smaller chance of having the n
_ k ''i't''' party room where the by Hendrlk Hudson In 1009. but comparatively help For these very rOOd second: or third round of his suit work. I was constipated his' mapppctlte
4A guests were entertained. was decorated few of) Uncle Sam's citizen reasons, the proper lead with the foregoing trumped than if lie had four cards of and never did
_ _ hand is the deuce of spades the suit and therefore better chanceto good. Sargon restored .
: Th: with old fashion flowers. era familiar with the St. Lawrence.Canada' ,a my ipp.Ite
make his king. In this hand. A's I I never have headache ,,
for the occasion great water-wy to Europe a
U' were Hand No. 2I
lead is the four of clubs.
rout which Is becoming more and proper opening I nerves have steadied tint ins l lI'm
awarded Miss Canova and my <
'4 Bunny I Icart*-A, Q, 6, 2 The following "end plays" were
_ y Miss Lucille Mitchell ,for holding more popular as travel to the other Clubs- K, 9/4 I Y : given in the preceding article. The enjoying wonderful allnund)
side Increases. This water
A high and low scores. The honor boulevard extends 1,000 mighty miles Inland Diamonds- k, 7, 5, 3 : A B : solutions that are given should only health.

I,, guests received a gift as mementoof and 20,000 ton liners such k* the new J3 Spades- 7, 6 I Z s be read after an attempt has first been "Sargon Pills ended my constipation \!
made to solve the reader.
of the affair. Canadian Pnclne "Duchess*ships tiave by and gave me perfect rennatlon -

_ ::1 The hostess served the players no difficulty In' navigating up to Answer to Problem No. 23 without the least upsetting. )
Montreal. Canada's "._._.,. ." James 11!. Blddle.
Metropolis. Oreen
who were an follows. a salad I -/A.Y >.n. -
course' : Miss Marjorie Stump The St. Lawrence seaway to Europe la I II i CttireitfzoNre.H4c ON MetCfiTS of;/E6E; ; I Hearts- A, Q Cove Springs 'Ia. Canova Phai
popular for many reasons, not the V 1 Clubs- none
? .Y Miss Lois Long Miss' Eunice Ca- east Important being the fact that, he Is amazed to tec his great liner his deck chair. At Father Point the Diamonda-l0,5 macy, agents.

: ::4 nova Miss Lucille Mitchell, Miss for more than two days of the voyage pass. underneath with a 12-foot clearance ship Blackens speed, to drop the pilot, pada- none -- .
_ 'teaUna Kitty Hogsed Miss Sarah Hope at least, It Is ImpOMlble to be seasick between the maothead and the then the Quit IS enter\ 'and four Hearts -6, 5, 2 ._f Hearts- K, J Plant City Florida Spm..
iu1ckI; Haynes, Miss\ Georgia Katherine because the steamer Is travelling between steel atructur. The same ImpressionIs day later the traveler reaches Europe. Clubs-none 1 Y Clubs_ noneDiamonds Box Company sold.Bladder .

y. teyn Haynes Miss Hilda Burleson Mlsu the banks of the Sheltered river created when approaching the treat. The largest liner plying' to and from Didmonclsnone : A B : -K .
and gult. Quebec Bridge near Quebec City. Canada. the Canadian Pacific ""Whit Spades-8 : Z : Spades-K
4. Dorothy Hitch and Miss Annie Mae
One of the most picturesque Picturesque French-Canadian village : Empresses" call to and from Quebec, Irritaion
: Fearce.IlOLAMl. stretches of this voyage Is between with Old World name and venerable Cherbourg and Southampton during Hearts-3
: Montreal and Quebec the "Ancient churches: ancient windmills the Bummer season. This Orat-clasa Clubs-5, 4 If functional Bladder Irritation
I.\NUI BU$ON, JK. Capital." It ha* It* thrills too. for as which are still used to grind corn; fleet will soon be augmented by a new Diamonds-none
the ship leaves the former port It narrow channel hemmed in on either 42.000-ton giant the Empress of Spades- 10 disturbs your sleep, or causes

b ) passes under a huge bridge and the side by dense forests; queer! river craft, Britain, launched by H. R. H. the Burning or Itching Sensation
; _: Funeral services for Roland L. voyager get the llluMon that the flashing-buoys and other Interesting Prince of Wale on June 11This Clubs are trumps and Z is in the monds, Y's ten of diamonds l ts good.! Backache Leg Pains or muscular

: Anderson. Jr., little son of Mr. hip's mast will be snapped off) at It* sights thrill the voyager as he basks in vessel Is expected to go from port to lead. How can V Z win all of the tricks If he discards the king of spades, Z'a aches, making you feel tired, depressed -
iJn J and Mrs. Holand L. Anderson of base: then In the middle but finally the sunlight comfortably seated in port In lightly under nve days. against any defense? ten of spades is pood. Therefore, no and discouraged why not
: held from New .. Solution: Trick one: Z should lead matter what card B discards at the
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_ _z - -- the five of clubs. A's discard is im first trick, Y 7. must win the remaining try the Cystex 48'Hpur Test? Doorgive

'.. I itt I Hope Lutheran church near nlng on 'larger acreages in vege- completion, to cost ,1000000. Ree Culture Field Station of the material. Y should discard the five of three tricks This problem is the simples' "up. Get Cystex today. Put
( Brooker, Fla., yesterday at : tables for' this diamonds but what D discard If kind of end in
all's can : which the
crop. Many Madison Sanitary Dairy pur- U. S. Department of Agriculture, play It t to the test. See for yourself
_ ,, :"o'clock, with the Rev. Mr. Pugh, farmers who have 'had idle land chased new delivery truck. and Mr. Foster will he discards a heart, Y's hearts are both solution depends entirely on forcing of hoW' quickly It works and what it
J officiating. Besides bill parents, give an Illustrated rood. J H( he discards the kins of diadiscards..
buta. J I are planning on planting peppers, Palmetto Electrical fixtures talk on bee diseases. Answer to Problem No. 21 doea. Money back if it doesn'tbrIng
lie Is survived by one sister, Josephine -
cucumbers eggplant and other improvement, and satsfy .
edE. 1 being Installed In new home of Wednesday morning's program quick ,
at home. Arrangements Hearts 9
winter crops this fall. Strawberry new home of Palmetto Woman's will be filled with discussions of CkbsnoneDiamonds7S- you completely. Try Cystex
were in charge of Seashcle) funeral culture'' la being urged by Only
/ some Club. beekeeping in Liberty'county Fla. Today. 60c. Corpenlng'i Drug'
tile Jacksonville -
handy parlors.- of the more experienced: growers I.eesburn __ E. M. Llndeman, and In Georgia., as well as a talk Spudes-8 Store.
July 14. who are setting the gonl'for some Diamond Dru TStore for Hearts- 8 IIeart-r-
: I'CanoTIn' t -_._ purchased by .Mr-: Macomber, on" the work of none
120 ricres for the comIng'season.. consideration of IlliSOO.; : "'J-'1' Clubs-none : Y I Cluba-S.
an apiary Inspector. J). II. Ward
: MRS.\ YJSIUJIK:: JOHNS. ." There were about. 26 acres, last Orlando Vltamlne Company Diamonds-nooe : A B i lJiamond.-K> Q, 9
county agent and A. B.
Ilamlin K
V Spades- ,Q, J : Z I Spade- none
;:li Mrs. Vergle Johns 154, of Lake year. Installed $100,000 worth of ma- Georgia state inspector, will handle FLORIDA
: A new packing house for this chinery for manufacture of new the other two Hearts- J
'f subjects.
::;/, Cutler, died last night at the resl- ,
6lciat. section has been promised by the product. I Clubs- 10Diamond
dence of her son/ Itomle 'Johns, Seaboard Air Line Hallway, which Frostproof -Lester Prince purchased -! ARMY'WOIIMS .*-A, J THEATRE
Fttigerald and Crystal streets. i DEV.\HTINO
: will give growers better fadII Frostproof Cafe on Wall I Spades-none Home Yitaphone
: 4 vide her husband, W. f. Johns she ties for handling their C'ONTROLLKD:
g Is survived by one daughter, Mrs. products. street. WIVII DUST OR RUT Diamonds are trumps and Z is in therefore Y Z must win three of the GAINESVILLE FLA.Program .
'.. It ap Lola hall of Lake Butler and two Plant City Raney Stores Inc. I _/ the lead. How can Y Z win three of four tricks. If Z should overtrump the
.In* l sons, Romle and Raymond Johns New Smyrna-City purchased will move to new location on .Col- the four tricks against any defense? queen of diamonds at trick two (a)
H ItS t1t small Island of one-half acre for line street. Gainesville. Fla. An alien Solution: Trick one: Z should lead Y Z would only win two tricks. ZwouIJ Week'July 17
ndanfp. of this city Fu eral arrangements future development Plant City Sinclair,Oil ,Com army Is Invading some counties of the ten of clubs and trump in V's hand be forced to lead the jack of hearts ])
1t .
flto are directed by the Seashole I I with the five of diamonds. TrICk two: wOuidtruzripwjththenineodiaiiond: ,
Jacksonville Site construction of Florida, and the Ancient Order of *
being plan tilling
Selected pany Y
should lead the of
I' Funeral Parlors and will be announced now right spades. and lead the king, thus winning two
r ",'' I ate r. Jacksonville for model grocery store to station on corner of Reynolds and Loyal Defenders Is doing bloody li ran do one of two things (a) trump tricks. Also note that the lead of the I TODAY & FRIDAY

: Times-Union July 11th.I be erected here. Collins streets. battle. The army'ld 'composed of) with the queen or (b) the nine of jack of hearts at trick one i ia a false I I
,, Ii'lend taa :' I'almeltoVork on beautlflcation Pompano Pompano Theatre worms, and the defenders are diamonds (a) If B should trump with solution. U would trump and make at Chas. (Buddy) RogersIn

: I' *r i MOORU-IIAZR.V: program planned for approach renovated and Installation of fighting them with poisnoned baits the queen! of diamonds, Z should discard least one more trick with the king:
the jack of hearts and
' rather than with must then queen of diamonds. Also note that II?
: to bridge on this side of talkie equipment bolng considered. poison gas.J. .
- win the next two tricks with the Y
ore ace doesn't trump the club trick
one, I
J, A marriage of much Interest In Manatee river, resumed. Leesburg Tom Waddell purchased R. Watson; 'entomologist at ackof diamonds. (b) If B should trump A B will win two tricks, as Z will be "Safety in Numbers"
1 $ .f.;ii.d at Georgia and Florida. that of Jacksonville Bids being received building occupied by his the Florida Experiment Station. with the nine of diamonds Z should left in the lead and must lead a heart
It In i/s.; ., Miss Nannie Kate Moore of Alapa- for suitable quarters for bakery near Seaboard Air Line 1 says that heavy Infestations of fall 'overtrump with the jack of diamond or a diamond thus giving opponents Thursday. Only

r our e ' be. Oa., and Mr. Emery Hazen of Stntlc-n ,A of post office. railway station. I armyworms; 'sonio ime ; called'and then make the ace. In cither way, two trick,. WRUF Broadcasting Night

: ord C Brooker, which occurred Saturday Coronado Beach 700 feet of Winter Park. Improvementbeing grass worms or Just army worms,
!If. Answer to Problem No. 25 from the stage
.Thi.uhilel June 21, at Nashville, Oa., S-lnch sanitary sewers laid on Cop- made In Central Park. have appeared In some counties.
being performed by per and Jasamino streets.. Fort !Myers McLean's Restaurant These worms or 'caterpillars are Heart*- 10, 9 ,_. - -
i"" :' Rev. H. E. Stipe, ot the Methodist Gracevllle .- Gulf Power Com will move to new quarters' found mostly oh crabgrass and Diamonds-A SATURDAYGARY

t' :i 'church. pany started operation of local ice In building formerly occupied by Bermuda grass! but they are apt Spade*- A, 6, J

M. ; ,f Mrs. Haven is the daughter ofl' plaut. J. R. Parker Sporting Goods Com to attack late corn, sugarcane, Heart- none Heart_ none COOPER
Daytona Peach Southern sweet potatoes and cotton. (.iubs-J, 10 t '( I Clubs!
pany. none
both the late ]Mr. and Mrs. James ".
Diamond 7 In'
/: X4 -__ ''I Burton Moore of Ray City, o a... Sprinkler Company granted char. Miami Beach-O. O. Reed Construction ; V If one has only a small acreage padee-J*-, 7,S t: A Z ,8 I li"IIIonde-KQ.8 ,

r ',,, Mrs. Hazen having completed high ter of Incorporation. Company awatded contract of lawns or meadows being attacked I L Sp.KIos-Q, 10,9Hearu'none ''Man from Wyoming"

H ''l 'school: at Nashville, Ga.. studied River Junction Dr. J. W. for ('on tructlon'.of approximately Mr. ,Watson says that he

M1 ..; ., :; one year at the Georgia State Wo Rhoden building l addition to 10 blocks of sheet iron seawalls may dust with powdered lead art Clubs-9, 7 I, Added

44' udge ;; man's College at Valdosta. (ia.A ., building; for apartments. by City Council on bid of senate or calcium arsenate for the Diamond- 10, 9 Cliarley (' Comedy

: Mr. Hazen is the son of Mr. and Vero Beach Work started on $126.216. control of these pests. The poison Spade*- K. 2. I Screen Hong

Mrs George W Hazen'of Brooker.O.I building for Standard Oil Company Pompano -.. Fort LauderdaleDry should be diluted with four times There
_r ,. are no trump and Z i is In the This forcing of rotli to
: e'r W' at corner' of Osceola boulevard Cleaners opened branch plant Its weight of hydrated lime Animals ead. How can Y Z win all of .the discard to their disadvantage' opponents is thesocalled
III) OK TH.tNKM and F\ K. C. railroad. In Alamo building. should not be allowed tograie. trick against any defense? : "double squeeze"and a favorite MONDAY & TUESDAY"Journey's

., ci. '". Tampa Trustees MortgageCompany Mulberry Ice Cream Shoppe on dusted grass. Soltitwn: one:Z should lead the play by' the experts. Note carefully

.' j.,:' C a,_ I We wish to express our sincere granted charter. of In- taken over by Mrs. n, P. Payne. Under most circumstances, says ten Trick of diamond, forcing Y in the lead. that at trick four, Y should lead the I End"The
hoot V
_ thanks to those who so kindly assisted corporation. Frostproof-Florida Fruit Canners Mr. Watson, it would\ be econom- ,of heart B should now lead the ten trey of cpartea which Z should win with
ran safely discard: the the king. Trick
eb a us during the death of our Crescent City New clubhouse I Inc., plans erection of fact ical to use a poisoned, bolt, made ,quren of diamonds, Z the seven of deuce of spades fivet and: Y Z should should lead the greatest war epic jot modern -

: ; : beloved mother, Mrs F, S. fowler built by Crescent City Sportsmen's : tory4 to produce fertilizer from citrus by .mixing thoroughly:: 'a, pound of) I II clubs and A the ten of club. Trick ace. ' play the times. Taken from the

I' [Nori and for the many beautiful Club formally.opened. peeling' and wasta. I paris green or white arsenate- with ,three: Y should now lead the nine of At trick six, Y's six of spade wins stage play that has been'shownIn

t _ floral offerings Preliminary work started 01Qorrle 25 pounds of bran.,, After one has icarts. What can li discard. : lile 1 cannot the trick because at trick three both almost every civilized coun
_ which 10 discard the king of diamond. or Z'* A and II were forced to discard try.
May Ood's richest blessings renton bridge will span 1II-IoIUF.I'IXO: : : PIUKlllAM spent minutes lit" thoroughly spades I

; rt you all. Apalachlcola bay for distance or I'.AHMKHS'..: WKKK. .; : WILL :mixing this( he should moisten It I nine uie he of i III diamond forced to will discard be good the;nine there-of to lay protect i. "their fine other suits. Thi end I .- .. -----

./ bad tie 4 Mr. E. S. Dane)', Mrs. W. L. approximately seven miles from (' \'}: :MANY Mt'ILJECTS: with enough water to make It spade Z uliould! then discard the nine r'double queexc"an a* can example be found of the because I

t So. GInn. Mrs. A. \V, 1Ilntoll.In.. L. East Point to. Apalachicola und damp but not sloppy. This will if( diamond; but wha( can A discard it i i. simple and force the din- WEDNESDAY

:' D. Polk. Mrs Doshle Prescott. and which will be missing' link In Quit Gainesville, Fla. Beekeepers usually require about one-half gal- lie cannot discard! the jack of clubs or cards of both opponents, on the same
'r Mr L. A. Fowler. Highway on road No.: 10.Apalschic'ola of Florida will find a splendid Ion of water. Z'e nine of club will be good; therefore trick. Study it carefully. Billie Dove

______ .. _____n Crystal Ice Co., throe-day program awaiting themat This material should; be sown _he must discard the five of *pudc*. InSweethearts

I'J\: --..KAUH sold to West. Florida' Power_ Com_ _m Farmers' \Veek, which will be broadcast over the meadow, Pref.. -- I --

pany. held at the College of Agriculturein erably early In the morning when RALR OF BOWS and I Wives

; 4' Have plenty ot good pine-apple lJlamLRed Cross Drug Storeat GaIneSville Augus11.15.; Be- the plants are wet with'dew. STERL COURTNEY Also

;( pears for cooking 'canning and 11 K.: Flngler street plans. 50.000 ,- ginning Monday at 2 p. m.,; this The poison should not be applied The Board of Public Instruction
-w preserving. '1.00 per bushel at expansion program. program will continue through where chickens or other do. ot Bradford County Florida will SURAMCH' ,Hummer School Beauty Content

& 'i the farm; $1.10 delivered In town. Jacksonville..,. Plans made for Wednesday noon. mastic fowls are apt to pick It 'up. receive bid at the office of Super AndIIKttlHTHRKD I .. on the stage
ntndnt of Public Instruction of IIKALKSTATKBHAKKH
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'I" : Make fine lunches for school chil establishment of public* market In For'the' Monday afternoon pro- However, In such places the fowls Bradford .
., i Count, Florida on AUIr.tI
,, u.4 dren. Call at farm or phone 102. city.Winter gram R. E. Foster apiary inspector generally keep the worms under 19JO at IS %If, o'clock for the pvr Starke, Fla. I Regular Prices
p "1.lS2tN.. D. Wainwright Park G. %V. Hessler. for the State Plant Board will control., and poisoning is not nec- chase of 17,000.09 of bond of Hamp- ,
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: Inc., contracted with Rollins College make a talk for beginners on "The essary. t toil nub-school district, No. I..r
A ; ,WILt. 1.1.NT. "OIn: to construct two new women'sdormitories. Essential Triplets." This .will be S.' Bradford County, FlorIda Said
bonds shall ti* In denomination of ,
TIU'CK AT \HC.\IH.% oil owed", by 'a discussion ,of when The dormitories-and dining hall ;l.lioo.oo each and bear date of July
e; Live Oak Suwannee Warehouse and how 'of I. isaff with Intermt at the .rate of
by the
to put on,supers; KW. University of Florida "will I 1-1 rent .
I per poor annum* payable onisa
t _-i.- :Arcadia. Fla., July 11.-Stimulated Company ,erected second :Macomber district apiary Inspector i be opened tar visitors- Farmers' tat day of July and the lt day BROWN TRUCK LINE ANNOUNCES
. o4 by the hope that the new tariff warehouse here to promote Bright and a general round table and Fruit ..Growers.Week'atthe ot Jan. of each year and paid bond.

:. bill will aid the Florida farmer Leaf Tobacco industry. University., August. 11-15. *lows o become: dee and payable a* fol- the acquisition to their line, of Htejrinbotham Triu i\c:

er In. marketing his p roduce, Went Palm Beach Negotia- Tuesday morning's program will One thouand dollar on July let Line
ieis: and one thousand dollar July now being operated between Jacksonville
i. truckers in this section are plan- tions under way for sale of Palms open with demonstrations In how Inverness Valerie Theatre to .of each of the year 193 to 141, Start e

;' Ice Company of this place to city to handle bees and uses of honeyn Install talkie'equipment.Montleello nrlunlve.Tho . and Gainesville-and will be represented in Starke b J
principal and Interest of said
: and Fuel Company of Cleveland, the borne. Queen rearing Ly L. bends nhall b. payable at the orllcef the
: 666 Ohio. L. Ferrell, Bristol beekeeper. and Pan-American Pe Chase National Hank. In the city
DeWitl C. Jones
ot New York State of New York. Hardware Store
Relieve* an........ .' Nettralsrta I. Dradenton Cigar factory to practical beekeeping by J, J. Wilder ]- troleum"Corporation purchased All bid I ar* to be accoispanIed.beach : Phone No.A .
V establish- business In this city 'of Waycross. Go.,., will compete wo-story: building across street or certified check for ft p..r cent Good Line
... to
)ItO tmtmmtn, .k. a Cold the fleet4ar. ot amount bid. Board r..rve. right Hantf Your Business On
_ _ m.4L clMtffca. Malaria !a t*>rtmrm. Bay: Harbor Construction the morning program. Durng from courthouse and will, erect to reject any or all bid.
V work at Southern Kraft Corpora- the afternoon E. Ortel wilt, tell first Uass filling station in near If. D. MAY. Dependable and Daily Service

_ _ OOO also In Tablets .tion's plant here being rushed to of the work of ,the Southern State future. A.Secretary.J. ORIFFI3, t'll-lit-I.U.Chairman

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the, State Farm Wednesday aftera for. assault and, battery. The Jury U\\\'; V IlKOIXH J.

two week's 'vacation, which he returned a verdict 'ft* not guilty ('..UUltuH JIAIUM:

spent In Marianne and.,,Atlanta. for the MoHleys. while Klllray was '
Now is the time for all good '
I Bits of found guilty Washington, D. C.. July-Attracted .E; I
Mr. and Mrs J. A. Addison have -.- by the opportunities for

announced the birth of twins, a The following members of the travel and education offered by 10' ,

<<') boy and a girl. on Tuesday. July local chapter of ,the O.oJ.. S. attended the Marine Corps, Charles Frank ricn throw auay that '

LcraiSevConcerning 15. a. meeting of the lodge,.in tin Beck- of Lnwtey, Fla., appliedfor

Starke on Monday evening, where enlistment at Jacksonville,
Little Margaret{ Deuny' who has the grand matron. Miss Lillian\ Fin.. aud Will sent to Parrls Island Bathing Suit that Grandpa ? :

Our People, Business and been visiting her grandmother, Kllpatrli'k, was making a visit: S, C., where for the past few r'.1 ,.
Mrs S. F. HamrUk in Starke, has week. he has been undergoingthe I ; n1yI
of the County and Town. Mrs. J. K. Malnes, MrK ,C. A. Kp- : *
progre returned to her home In Savannah
l person, Mrs T. J. Toiivnd. Mrs. drills and customs on the Marine Wore. .j
N. n. HOlder, Mills hula, Scarborough. Corps record here I tpIt's u

57 ,,Sd5Z5'u-525Z52525Zu25z5252525'c ,2S'",, 'sr=sasasaa=_SC Mr. and Mrs. Mlllard ; Mrs. Hayes Mrs.\ a. Drew, Beside the! prospect of nnelng!
<' V. Lowry and Mr. N. I). Hosier rind Mr. Hal foreign lands with the Marines
: I EI'OHTndlnn"y I Ik of Mrs. n.. A. Newsom Monday. and SOIl Henry. of Maryvllle, Ten
\\t.tfJllm: Y. Malnes. who are stationed In such far-oil
-Lake Butler Times.
I nesaee, are guests; of Dr. and Mrs a funny thing to me, and 'maybe you'vu; noticed It elect
countries a* China the Philippines
\ 15. 1930 by Johnnie Redgrave Qleu McMil O< H. Lowry at the PresbyterianManse -- and Haiti he has. the pilv- A man will go about town drossed perfoctly. from the doles

'oreijtry Department, Star e lan and J. G. Alvarez left Monday I.IXKSTOCKM: U'
I for Petersburg Ya. -- IHxrrsslONH I'Ir1NNI:11: course which the Corps offers to tbo same- man will ifppear at Klngsley Lake In at buttling

Max. Mln. PrecJp.! It Mr. and Mrs. H. H, Young wentto FOIl I'AIIMKISS': .: WIIICK: all Marines Over fifty different null, as full of moth holes. as a slice\ ot Swiss cheese H'K all
te R. Brown was a business Savannah Sunday and were ac :'4. the
taught by
----- subjects are men
visitor here from Brooker Tuesday rompanled home by their son. right for a hlp, to have port holes' but a bathing null should
95 mail through the Marine Corps Institute -
-- Gainesville! Fla. General
i 75 Theodore who has been at the C. free of bet all In one piece.! A certain mutt and I were dressing for
IlO 96 farmers! and livestock mixers cannot , ,
1\1. T. C., at Ft. Sureven. Rolf the other and when lit had\ shed his
111l 95 76 2.64.T fall to find something of Interest -: Beck who is 19 years of age is day lIult.'rll1rmenlll/:
Mr. and Mrr. J. W. Andrews Jr.
92 69 to them on th of a. son of Mr. and Robt. L. Beck ot I fell back and gasped 'My gosh man-you've got the small
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and visited Gainesville Mrs. E. M.
family Sunday Johns and daughter
\II\ll 93 73 Gloria. Mrs. T. J. Griffin Mrs. T the farm crop and livestock\ se-o-I Lawtey lie undoubtedly( will have pox." He begun/ to laugh and when. I looked closer I saw the '

| l< 89 74 -' B. Massey and Mrs. W. M. Wainwright lion at Farmers' We*>, which will many Interesting experiences while spots: were only I where he had 1 been sunburned through the
73 .TIt following the fortunes ot the
90 < be held at the Collegar'or AawrIeullure -
Jjj I .- 74'L '. _ Printed and figured voiles' atStamp's spent Friday la Jacksonville la 0ainceville..Augu..t 1115. Ll'at herllt.'ka. moth holes. Now.. it's all rl'" have sumn ventilation but #

|,II l ralnUll for week"z.!: g4 In. special 19c. This program features a different ltjrour suit b R,tno much come down and let me sell you a

main subject each day PI.OW PIX: : mrn\ui):s NOW new Spuuldfng! suit before you get pulled. ,
Mr. and Mrs. W, P. Randall and
iTAiexuiuler, of Waldo was a !Mr. and Mrs W L. Edwardsand Monday afternoon a visit will be
,son have returned to .Tanjpu after little -
Monday.o daughter of Jacksonville -
made to Station
her a short visit here. dairy Montlrello( Flu.-Fre-d W. Walker -
were week-end guests of Mr. beef rattle, and dairy cattle burn' oathFN '
, assistant!: entomologist ot the 01 II 1'KK
tope. cushions and cush- I and Mrs. J. L. Briggs at Klngsley and lots and to the field experimental Jiint rrrrflvrrt Nnrw If ..'I..
crops yes n
lers L vlton. 26tf Mrs. R. B. ;Neal; of Norfolk. Va., Lake: I' Florida Experiment Station, reports h.e pal MM and
M Is visiting her, sister Mrs. E. 11 plots on the fur in. that pecan shuckwornis are nut by flM V;, STERNBERO'STIIK S ,..Mr* ntirf** rat; '*(,
Smith.A Tuesday will be beef cattle day. late In pupating this year and Tart ore full rlilrd towkrr m

I Orville Grltils was a visitor It is a fashionable habit among Among the interesting( topics to be growers who plow their orchards ,'l \\f *..m.*.t.". bur wet Itt Ibn p 5

lrom Lake Butler Tuecday. D. and 'T. A. .Andrews of smart women to wear HummingBird discussed are importance of the by mid-July or1 even the latter part .hate them IN *. them

Lake Butler were business visitors hose: a complete selection of: Industry In the Southeast fattening of July will considerably reduce M rrllre. nrlakt U"I.IU.afoI'rOlu: : :: from HI, .II thy
JO. Brown of Punta GordaI In Starke Wednesday.Mrs. delicate shades await your choiceat :, wintering and marketing the number of moths to emerge; nil rklltimI'rlr lire Nil aSISC'u'
Starke Monday afternoon. Stump's Store. "Remember beef cattle, and pastured. i ".'"1. "".....d.
1*.. Smith they are guaranteeed. Wednesday morning's program .
E. and her
l.ul..rUy'C'I Jo:
[;rows:;; ot Tampastoppedor ; guest Mrs R. B. Neal Sun- will be given 'over to North Florida -
spent Mrs. D. P. Carpenter Mrs T. '1 ,
short while Tuesday. farming and Includes discussions ,
a day !in St. Augustine.
Jacksonville Fla. About 3.-
Long and Miss Ethel Grllllii returned I
on managing the farm for
from (Baconton Ga., Wed I 000 doses of vaccination for use STEAM PRESSING COMPANY
0 L Beasley spent. Mon- profit, sheep, goalsa d the rmnd-
Yard wide 8c nesday. While there they were against sorehead or chicken pox
yellow homespun
Gainesville. linK of crops and grasses.. .
|''I i yard special Saturday at Stump's. guests of Mrs. 'Yo'. T. Jackson Thursday this section will be divided have been distributed to poultry- Suits Cleaned, Pressed and ReshapedJ.

--- men of Duval county recently by lit "'
and Mrs. Wade Kennedy Into a farm crop'woctlon and Frank 7'llOman-PllOlIc 52
Mi', and Mrs. n. S. Johns and 0., M. Magon.!; assistant county<
I Sunday In Lake. Butler. Mrs. W. IU Struth and Miss a dairy l Iec IOI1. ,A xjfrctaf( dairy (
Fredrika. Struth are spending today son, George of Lake Butler spent program Is being''ptaoncd.. The agent and poultry specialist empM't'

;pedal shoes sale at Stump's in Jacksonville.Dr. the week-end at Klngsley Lake farm crops program will concern .

|)- ;S295value $4.95. with Mrs. John's parents Mr and tobacco cotton winter and sum -=:.=.:: .:::=====:.-::==::::.-==-.::__=-.:.-=-===.=- :==:; =-::.: ==-=-:::::-==:_-=:..= ':::":::::: -=':_ _
and Mrs. C, II. Brown were Mrs. W. H. Green. mer crops, peanuts, sugarcane and -

,:Geo- Anderson was a vlsl-i visitors here from Ralford .Wed solid.

jere! from Lawtey Tuesday. I nesday. Mr M. C. Stith spent the week ] Hogs and hog ruining will be the J lea%
II end in Miami. where he preached
theme for Friday !whit; manage'
Charlie Johns of Baldwin I Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Stith returned Sunday He is In DeLand- this ment profit and corn and peanuts '. rn

In Starke I Tuesday. I last Thursday from a two week attending the Baptist am
week's visit in Louisville Ky. bly.
I II principal topics dlscusxed. That

llgc I Hal Y. Malnes of Lake : afternoon a visit will be made to

|r was In Starke last Friday. : Mrs. E. M. Johns, Mrs. A. Z: Ad- During her recent official to field plots Introduction gardens

klns and Mrs. Brute Massey spent Starke Miss Lillian Kilpatrick and dairy barns, bolt lots, pastures,

I. J. A. Saul is spending this Friday In Jacksonville.Mr. her secretary, MHS! Carter, were etc. JastMGOODWIFE

with relatives at Alma Ga. guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. A.

and Mrs. B. S. Carroll and Futch. .

[ronet Satin, all shades 49e atpl. Mrs. F. H. Long were visitors to
Mr and Mrs. W. J.
Camp Foster Sunday. Epperson
had as guests Sunday, Mr. and

Mrs. R. L. Epperson and familyof .. F.. I:. nurntr'; Cor. :
s Lillian Barefoot of San New models in Gossard corsets, JOOI):

n rput.Sloadgy,A.o .+!.lI.W\\!\ glrdlei and combinations. at Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. .. ; Ii1

r with/ Miss 1nezIA1iernathy.NT SlumpV Store. Dale VanSlckle of Gainesville. I The' Lawtey P. T'A. will hold i'e ....... 1'' d t

Mrs. W. E. Mlddleton and Its regular meeting'et'the School '', .
I\J. A. Howe and Miss Ellza- Miss Jeannette Shaw of Gainesville SELF-IUSING' r .I
Misses Madge and Hazel Middleton auditorium Friday afternoon July
iHowe of Lawtey were guests Is visiting Miss Elsie Jones
spent the week-end at Jacksonville 1.8th right after school' dismisses.

at Klngsley Lake : Beach with Mr. and Mrs. This is our first meeting: in some FLOUR- 24 pounds 98c
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Raleigh Dowling. time and all member are urged ,
Joe Thomas of Starke. was a i
to be present as there Is quite a bt!
A visitor in Green Cove Sunday-
WORD of business to attend too. Come
Green Cove Springs Times. Lester Price Robinson Mack Mothers Del-Monte Nationallliscuit"

Davis, Gary Overstreet and Theodore prepared to do active work as we Regular Quick Medium She''
Young have returned to want to make this a profitable
COLUMN Miss Leah Struth Is in Jacksonville
visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Starke after a 30 day training perIod school year. Crackers
Mrs. E. .). Boyer and two children t
RENT:- -Furnished apart- Struth Jr. at Ft. Screveu. Ga. OATS PRUNES
Fred and Jewel of Ocala
lit. Apply 'Mrs, T. P. Wall.
Irke Mr. and !Mrs. J, K. Futch of Da- spent several days' with ber daughter '-
L. S. Hutto have
Fla., Box 221. 7-4-4t Mr. and Mrs.
;I returned from South Carolina Land and Mrs. T. N. Ltmbaugh Mrs. W. F. More last week. 3 25c 2 box 25c 6 boxes 25c

| RENT-:- -Unfurnished I where they visited !in Urangeburg, of Lakeland left Saturday for Mi and Mrs. K. )K Hurney' hadas packages pound - .
their recent Mr, and
house'j their respective homes after vis-
<8 In. Reasonable Charleston and Columbia.
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this 718tf. ting Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Brown- Mrs. M. n. Skipper o( Chicago III., '
lee here. and Mr. ami Mrs. K. B. Skipper PURE CANE' ,
Mrs. O. L. Beasley leaves Sun-
I I and baby of JaqkHon /jije' brothers
SALE-Porto Rico potato day for Kentucky where she will 1 1fra. ,
hi. Lacy Simmons one- visit Mr. and Mrs. J.. W Kincaid '!\ T. J. ,Alderman and little of Mrs. Hurney\ ulscj! ,, ;(bpr; ,mother. SUGAR 10pounds,53c
Frances Mrs. II. V. Skipper ojt Jacksonville -
prth mile north of Powell's at their home In Catlesburg. daughter left Friday 1 I
Starke. It*. for: Detroit Mich., where they will spent Sunday with them.
omlBsary, I spend several weeks with Mrs. M,', and Mrs. Theda and children .
Mrs. A. H. Freeman of Ocala
IRISH Del dlonte IIUAIfJllPotatoes
Aldei'man's Mr. and Mrs spent Sunday afternoon} at -
( SALE 100 Leghorn pul- was the ,guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. parents
Lake.D. I Regular' Quick ,'
|< 4 1-2 months old. J. R.Vlht A. Davis at Kingsley lake this Frank Bradley Klngsley Crushed Pineapple or ; .
W. Moore. Cecil Whitehead OATS '
on Klngsley Lake road. week.
; Among those attending the and Jo;. E. Hurney spent Monday

Fashionable women wear Hum- dance at the V. I. A., Thursday afternoon In Melrose.
night were George and Gene Dr. and Mrs. O. W Drown haveas 10 pounds--35c No. 21/ 27c 3 packages 25c
[ RENT:- -House and 3 acres ming Bird Hose and enjoy the dif- Turknett, Ralph Silcox John their guests their sons, M. F. ? can -
I strawberry land in town. ference. A wide selection awaits .
: Brown and Clifton Brown and
Stormes, Buddie Gilbert and Miss r
|i .dollars per month. J. t:, you at Stump's Store.
Delores Stormes, of Starke. wife all of Tampa. WATER GROUND MEDIUM
nnlnl(. Starke. It Mrs. J. A. Howe and daughter K1
Green Springs: Times. 'x
Members of the Starke B. Y. P. t.

SALE strawber- U. enjoyed a swimming party at I Lizzie were shopping In Starke .
Missionary Kingsley I Miss Edna Stanabury of Starke Monday\ MEAL or GRITS .. - .. - - 7poimds25cDELMONTE
plants and Porto Rico pota'lines. the KIckllter place on ,
watt the week-end guest of Miss their recent guests her sister and
Will make prices right. lake last Thursdays ,
brother-ln-laW'. Mr. and"Mrs. Jas.
: Marie Wolf. On Sunday a party

W Bedenbaugh,- Hampton 2t* Misses Jessie Lee and Myrtle i Including' the above and Mr. and Nesbitt and two sons, of LesMburtr.Mr. Full Cream Compound : '

Mra. John Wolf and son, Leonard : and Mrs A. M Lewis had as
of Tampa'are here :
SALE--Strawberry plants this May Surrrency week with their uncle and motored to Daytona Beach. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. with McLeod''their of Picnic Size CHEESEPound LARD r
Melrose were visiting
"lonary, on new land. Will aunt. Mr, and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot.Mr. Green Cove Springs Times{; 'Ifnany1'friends In Lawtey'Saturday' : ,

to Starke Monday
Mrs. J. C. Rampley left Sat-
u' last Thursdayhere
St. Augustine spent .
Mrs. O. W. Roberts was hostess
uday for a sixty days visit to San
with Mrs. Della Hagan.
- Francisco! Calif., and other wes to the Kpworth: League and MAXWELL HOUSE .,
SALE -Good blooded brood friends last Monday night at her
They will return In
tern points.
* and nine pigs,. Poland China i Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rosner had
A number of
home in Law ley.
''rk; their !guests Sunday. Mr. and time for Mrs. Hamrick to reopen COFFEE Pound 37c t
400-egg capacity Sypher as her kindergarten In the fall.)) young folks were present .and a -' - -- - can .
'nbator. will trade for good Mrs. B. Jacobs of Starke.GreenCove delightful evening was spent. DurIng ,

kh cow or some young stock. Springs Times. Mr. N. D. Wainwright and Mrs. the social hour dellcjous/ punch t
LetMch.t Starke. 7-18-21. New Atlantic Blue Ridge
Starke Alice Langford of Starke and Mr. and cake were served. Octagon Soap or
Dr. George Parks of Mr. and Mr*. W. F Moore and
I Wainwright of Lawtey were
. SALE $' spent Monday In Lake Butler visiting Trilby Matches Corn Peas t
Bed complete ; : la Waldo Thursday attending the baby spent the week-end' In Jacksonville : Powders or
'k Butler
Move with friends. Lake
.. $2: table $3.' violin funeral of their sister Mrs. MarlaE. with Mr. and Mrs. B. K.

r'Ittrola SOc saw$10.|i,harp vice $5$1,ham-hair Times. Tuesday.. Kite 72 Funeral who died services! In Ocala were Reddish.Mi. and Mrs. J. O. fJodwln and 7 25c 2 packages 15c 2 large 25c3cansfor25c
children packages cans
> and
DD era $1, Doufold bed or set- Mrs. J. C. Dowling held from the Waldo Baptist two sons of lialford visited her .

's Other bargains. S. of Birmingham. Ala., were !guestslast church.A parents Mr and Mrs. V. R. Reddish ,

nrtn y, Starke 1-t. week of Mr. and Mrs.' S. S. Saturday.Miss .
Dowling. Ruth Rowe his returned
special attraction at the ,
TIXG- -Farm work' either as home from DeLsrndwhere she ,
Theater, Galne.vllie.Thur NO.
'' or ,hare Miss Kate Struth returned last Florida with Miss E:2
croper. Am exper- several TOMATOES
'c*\ Jacksonville where day night July 17th at 8:45: spent SIZ -
farmer, have family six Thursday from o'clock will bo WRUF night In 'eulla Tsttim.
'a-II willing work- she visited her Bister. Mrs. W, L. Nol'maand Mrs.
agreeable which Nolan Canova. Jr., Paul Mr. W. F.
' Can furnish good local ref- Edwards. Knight. E. Z. Jones and Ruth Dobbins Pearl Glossom, both tit Starke.

i,"e 1 LJ< Harper, Rt. 2 Box m v Gossard" | will be featured. This program were married at Lawt y, July 8,
Starke. Be sure to see the new .
Fla. It will also be broadcasted over by Her. Paul J. Carrln.
combination at Stump's Store. station WRUF. Mr. Willie Carter and Miss. LII-

. "Large, slim sorrel horse Only $3.50. Ian Browning! of Ralford were -r
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Illy lot In Lake Butler on Senator E. M. Jobns attendedthe married July 9, at Lawtey by the

terday' uight. July mb. Per- Miss Viola Canova of Hollywood.- regular monthly session of Rev. Paul J. Carrln ,

*".' !gentle anywhere; 9 years 'Call, is here for a week's E. Canova.visit county court in CIa, count,. Monday Re. Carrln will be remembered Where Satisfaction is a Certainty

Last seen on road from. with ber aunt- ,Mrs. p. ,. representing Newton Mosley u one Um.'mayor of Halford and

411 for c\j to Baker county' neAr Sr. e and Janl Mosley. on a charge of jaal1ee of peace: of that place for . _ -==_.
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Bryant's. Reward.:A. D. Blllrav ear*. -- -
to selling! liquor and C. N. n
t4re_ returned -
., Lake Bailer Fla. It. I Dr. H. B. McLendon

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work of what sort It Is.-1 Cor. 3: -- .

! I 13.Prayer: '- Mlu HAMPTOtf Ad* ]U__.. (".... y

"Lord, may It be our choice y w pI

This blessed rule to keep _
Miss Julia Maxwell of Savannah -
Rejoice with them that do re
a Or., is visiting her mother,
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t G p Thy word U i lamp auto my feet, tat at light unto ay p lL-Puln 119:105.TVTNnlTTrttiSirrlf : And joice.weep with them that Mrs M. J. Maxwell and sinters
e _ _
and Mrs C. L.
Miss Reba Maxwell
,' : All religious teaching, doctrine or weep!
f' lJlP14Jiiril! I tyvJuUii: creed, if they are to have any claim July 22, HMO: 1\\ who has been the

I : i, t' upon the love, loyalty and devotion of the people must be in harmony with God's- Temple Know ye not Marcus ay: It. D. May
' 3 1 t the teachings of Jesus the Christ whose words fit Into every fold and crevice fiat ;ye are the temple of God. and guest of his

;1 q d of the human heart, and of whom it was said in John 7:48, "NEVER MAN that the Spirit of God dwelleth In and sister, Mrs. Eddie, returnedto

t (.'lair i SPAKE LIKE THIS MAN." you?-1 Cor 3:16- his home In Cincinnati last Saturday -

The faml's Love hIm to go back and face the king Prayer: Here Lord we repre- July 11th.F. .

": and demand that millions of slaves sent our bodies, u living sacrifice L. Oglenby who holds a po-
JI. John 17:23: 24. 25, 26. I in be freed. No wonder that "Moses: unto Thee. sition Wlldwo with the S. A.the L woek-end railwayat
them and thou In me, that they said unto God, who am I, that I i July 241: 10:10: < with his spent here.

i' I may be made perfect in one; one should go unto Pharaoh and thatI I The Kingdom of God-For the family and
Mrs. Ida Maxwell and son
f, and that the world may know that should bring forth the childrenof kingdom of Ood Is not In word,
W. Maxwell who have
thou has sent me, and hawt loved Israel'out of Egypt?" For for- but In power.-1 Cor: 4:20. been family, H.friends and, relativesIn

) ,/ them as thou has loved me. 24. ty years Moses had J herded sheep Prayer: Lord, hasten by Thy visiting returned to their home

dltchrd Father I will that they also, 0'1the plains. ,HI* college train power the coming- of Thy kIng- here Georgia this week. n
I ing had apparently been wasted, dom. I '
M j whom thou hast given me, be with Mr. of Lake
and Mrs. Phillips
_ .. me where I am; that they may behold but what thoughts and plans may July 21. 1930'All the of Mrs.
Butler guests
d ''the glory which thou bast come to us In our lonely walks of Is God's-Whet! know ye were
t Mrs O.
I Mr. and
Phillips _
J fee] 1 given me: for thou lovedst' me before life are known only to God; and not that ;your body Is the temple! parents 1 r
'o- he i And of the Holy Ghost which Is in Haynes last Sunday. ?
J the foundation of the world. God knew what Moses was. you
The -officers of the Cradle Roll
,; 25. 0 righteous Father the world God sad to Moses "Certainly I which ye have of God and ye are department of the Hampton Baptist C Ev

4 tabl bl j hath not known thee: but I have will be with thee." Thus was not your own? For ye are bought Sundayschool entertained last
: & ., known thee and these have Moses encouraged. Just before with a price: therefore glorify to eleven ?
..Y Sunday ten-thirty
:i;<{ known that thou hast sent me. 26. his ascension Jesus said to his disciples. God in your body, and in your from follows
with the program as :
Ii.'',. And I have declared unto them "And lo, I am with! you alI .spirit which are God'e. 1 Miss Blanche YY YIIt
of Welcome
_ thy name, and will declare It; that ways." Moses was doubtless the Prayer: "Lord we are Thine, Paver Song : I e !we/v JI c

'd{ the love wherewith thou ham lovj I greatest of all Hebrews lie was entirely Thine." Prayer Rev NorrIs
I ,. ed( me may be in them, and In the agent and friend of God. With t I Jleading: MarjorIe Johns. I ruQ Juro re0;
and guidance he
pew; them. God's help caused I'ItE4BYTERIANServices /olf'YHrpwJf'
( Song by officers of Cradle Roll :
f thatf In boundless mercy gracious Lord the Egyptian monarch to release Is Love. dsr

k 4 L the appear, the Israelites from slavery, Sunday, July 20, as follows lOad !
|, Reading: : By Miss Leila May
i Darkness dispel the humble lie led them out as slaves and : I Sparkman.Talk ,

I' mourner cheer: made them agnation: when they 10 a. m. Sunday school J. 11.Trub ,
By President, Miss Edna
Vain thought remove, melt down rebelled God, In his wrath exclaimed )', supt. k D

r the flinty heart "Let me alone that 1 I 11 a. m. Morning Worship ser Harrison nI >
Roll Call of Children on Cradle
t y 4 "i t, Draw every soul to choose the belt may consume; them; and I will mon by the pastor. I 1J 7ff
Roll by Mary West.
ter part. make of thee a great nation" but 7:00: a. m Christian Endeavor;
of Children present
It'\ with the Lord "And
Moses pleaded leader Miss Blanche. Alderman. :
and distribution of tiny bouquetsas
the Lord repented of the evil Topic "Some Good Summer Read- i' NLdI NwN'
SCHOOL souvlners by the flower com-
W, SUNDAY l which he thought to do unto his Ing." Scripture Eccleslstes 11:1112 : -
r ) 1 1r 1t I mittee.
f LESSON people" 1 Timothy 4:12-13.:
1o Closing song: My Desire.
t V I Moses was an ambassador for 8 p. m. Evening worship! song
i Mrs. P. J, Pearce of Starke vIsIted -
God, leader of his nation, commander and sermon. / roa+r rw.+r/
n Ht'XII.lV SCHOOL LKHHO.V: ber"parent8. Mr. and Mrs. O.
I ItesUi of armies proclalmer of Prayer meeting at 8 p. tn. MeetIng -

; July::;; ; the moral law and priest .of the In charge of Mission Study Haynes.
I For BO 10:10: Miss Blanche Faver had as dinner
l true religion all through God'sguidance. Class Topic! "The UnfinishedTask.
qu.IckIt I Subject: Moses. ," guesta -lust Sunday her'.cous-
+ .
; m Golden Text: "By faith he for. Ins, Misses Edna. Margaret and /1
1 ---- A. cordial invitation to all
tto>l1I5 t.. !nook Egypt not fearing the wrath our Wonder Pearce of Starke.

.tact, \j of>> the king: for he endured, as DAILY nmULUt. UlSGII! services all. Mr, and Mrs. Eddie of Alachua \t e I\: a'1rt00Rra ;

i: seeing him who Is Invisible." lIeb.r. July 18, 10:10 8.1PTIS1Sunday ; county accompanied bV) Mrs. Mar-

11:27. cus May, were visitors to Jackson

rfit' ,t Lesson Text: Exodus 3112.: Our Folly For the Jews require -- ville last Saturday II ..-......--...-....-......--....".-..,-...---- ,
sign and the Greeks seek school at 1Q a, m. V. B.
p wa. o Moses was a son of Amram. of after'wisdom a : But we preach Wheeler supt. Rev. Dixon of Jacksonville will' TNT:: 4RC HOUSE! H-I2J/ '

s the tribe of Levi. lie was born Christ crucified unto the Jews a More than one, hundred present preach at the Christian church \\K TAKE TUB MODERNTL'RNTIIE years and the radio eight-we are 50 feet.

about 3500 years ago when the stumbllngblock, and unto Greeks last Sunday. next Sunday morning and evening ARC speeding up and our architecture Construction: Hollow till: |

I Israelites were slaves in Egypt. To foolishness; but unto them whichare Worship at 11 a. m. and 8 p. O. L. Harris and family E. J, Is bound to reflect our methods of stucco finish; root, canvu; I
reduce the King and family and M. L. Wat-
f1 t1l I number of Israelites called both Jews and Greeks, m. Morning subject: Jacob's Night (.By Duncanhunter, Architect doing and of living. datlon concrete; windows, |

U'' i the Egyptian Pharaoh had ordered Christ the power of God, and the I of Wrestling with the Angel. terson and family enjoyed an out. New York) The cathedrals of middle ages casements in special( '
all bablels ing and picnic at Toby Beach last
1t Ir.: boy killed. The mother wisdom of God.-1 Cor 1:22-24.: Evening subject: The Challeng. The modern In architecture and were the outgrowth of great religious ments. Doors, wood to spin

;n + of Moses Jochebed hid him Prayer: Our weakness drives us ing: Invitation of the Church and Saturday. In art -is new in this country so zeal-ours is a machine tails.
hone i"' x three months in her and J, N. Rutledge and family who '
; to Thee, and our helplessness compels Its demand. "Come thou with us new that many of us instantly turnIt age-what architecture will It Inetriors: Floors wood tel
I' then him In have been spending few weeksat
''t: I sod \i" placed a basket which us to trust Thee, we thank and we will do thee good." a down-others-some call these evolve? One doubts it will be an- oleum finish; walls 11I

g ;;:", which she hid among the lilies Thee, 0 God. Let us all renew our Interest in Daytona Beach, returned to anatlcs-are J just Y strong for It'j tique. I kitchen, plaster; bath ronij
along the river their home here this week.
de ;i i Nile Shortly the July 10, 'llMO: our\ church and build up the at- Whatever may be the taste "The Arc" Is of this time-the steam heat, gas and elect]
daughter of Pharaoh Mrs. I. W. Wesley of Waldo, was
; came with
t Natural Versus SpiritualThenatural tendance. Come and let us worship the individual-whether for the machine agemodern.It ing.
jjCaaovr 'I i her attendants to bathe In the rlv- a business visitor here last Saturday -
man recelveth not the together. antique or for the modernthefact schedules' : Cublture: J3.100/U. ft.

p er. The young Monea weeping things. of the plrlt! of God; for they Mid-week service each Wednesday remains that we are here in Basement: (No plan of which is Approximate vast': \i800.!
kf? "And she had Mrs. R. M. Faver and
; compassion on him are foolishness unto him: neither \ at 8 p. m. 'This is your ser., son America undergoing rapid changesIn shown.) I Complete working plant 1
r, p. and said, this Is one of the He- Haynes Faver were transacting
can he' know them, because they vice-not only the pastor' Here all lines of endeavor-due to A large recreation room laundry specifications of this bone
brews', children." business In Starke last- Monday,
dl I.n I. princess are spiritually discerned. Cor you speak and pray and sing, and modern invention and progress- cold storage, heater and coal available for a nominal sundress
adopted Moses and his Among the recent improvementshere
2:14.: renew your strength for the bur- so called.In spaces. the building{ editor and]
;:? mother to care for him. Prayer "Thy nature, Gracious lens of,the week. Come. is a new garage on the prem- America a house Is "old" in First floor: Entrance vestibulewith to house\ 1I122.Jacksonville .
Later he Jived In the lees of Rev. F. M. Taylor.
Egyptlon Lord, Impart." twenty years-In Europe It Is coat closet, living room din- .

11 en palace and was educated In their July 'JO! lU.'IO Dangerous Butlnet "new" unless It has seen a couple ing room kitchen and a.. one car Delivery*

the apt i' colleges. At about 40 years of age The One Foundation-For oth- Our stomach and digestive systems Bay Harbor Construction of centuries come to pass-and I motor room. "* to be Increased in several K

t :f :' ow. i" Moses went out among the lie- er foundation Fall no man lay than ire lined with membrane which ia progressing rapidly at Southern this expresses the tempo of Second floor: Three bed rooms, of city. -

't f ,I ..b endan ''i 1, brews and found an Egyptian that Is laid which is Jesua Christ. delicate: sensitive and easily injured.It Kraft Corporation plant change. America should be the 1 i a bath and ample closets. Mayo Mayo Bottling pV|

: n nt ofry ',:' beating one of them. He killed --1 Cor. 3:11: -. [ u dangerous business, then, to use Jacksonville Arrow Clean very oasis for the development of Ceiling heights: Basements sev- opened for business.
; t the Egyptian. lie fled from medicines containing harsh drugs
Sr t ; Egypt Prayer: ; ere. 43.0 East Forsyth street, Introduced the modern style--somehow !it fits en feet first floor, eight feet; sec- Work of rebuilding ending I
1 iifo>l :; and went to the land of uUts or minerals when tro are con-
A Midlan ,
:. r ou e 1 whose people descended "Holy Jequa, every day ipalcd. In addition to tho possibility Zorlc system of cleaning. In with American temperament. ond flooreight feet.. stretch of road between J

tttpphhh + d wand 1 thud r'j Abraham. He were married from Keep us In the narrow, way," of injuring the linings of our digestive Arcadia Contract let for construction In. 1925 we had no modern : Exposure: The plans as shown Point and, Carrabelle will II{

$ ar U'QM ' Zipporah, 'July 21, inl system, these medicines give only tern.Ivorery of new Episcopal church movement at all-today li sur- are for a lot facing south or west. short time.

,? o, ; daughter. of Reuel or Jethro a Thq Day of Reveal Ings Everyman' relief and may prove habit edifice. rounds us on every aide-some For a lot facing north or east the Approaches to new bride'''|

ore t priest whose flocks Moses tended .The safe way to relieve constipation Escambla good not good-but It plans should be reversed. Ichtucknee between II
work shall be made manifest Pensacola county [ some so ex- river i
'Deai ? for 40 more a with UerbineLthe cathartic that is
: a r ea.ed! ,'v> As tothe social years.rank of shep'f : for the day shall declare It. nade from herbs.!.,, and acts in the way plans to construct bridge to span st8. The horse drawn carriage Lot size: House frontage, 42 ford and Fort White recentl-J!)-

1 e :r6 lekm (.' herds Gen. 46:34 "For because (It shall be revealed by fire lature intended.You can get Ucrbine Perdldo river to connect Florida tool( several centuries to "arrive" feet; side clearance left 2 feet structed and bridge now or'

rode? : says ev and the fire shall try every man's Junova: Pharmacy. and Alabama. while the auto made it in twenty right S ft.: lot frontage, minimum travel.

e or e ery shepherd In an almmlnntlnn _._ ._, .
-- --- -- --- -----
1 ------------ ---- -- -------- -------- ----
oruhlh unto the :"
<< Egyptlons. Vet three

oj prominent Hebrews were shepherd DOROTHY DARNITI Charles McMan r
_ ( *-Moses, David and Amos. j

I:: tWj Such occupations. do not rank high .

socially but they give time for' How
meditation and 00
thought which lift WHAT
V, men's minds to higher things than AQoOTOUTOooR ILL SOME HAVE auRSTioNiW ? ""ou l WAIT x CAUU TOIL MAN C LOSti: ?HE COME 1"0
t; do more prominent positions In 1 WHO

life. "Now Moses led the flock ..... ?

Hsr to the backside of the desert, and T T

r ,) came to the mountain of Ood, even

oP. to Uoreb. And the angel of the

_:. 4'i; Lord appeared unto him In a flameof I I \
fire out of the midst of a bush '

near the bush burned with fire, and I I N"'I

,, mvty the bush wan not consumed. And : r14r

tl i ?Sr.rte Motes( said Twill now turn aSlde.j! E

1 na and see* e why the bush I

I'M Stte I burnt.Moses' education in Egypt and ;

_ lerld his years of silent thought In pas.

Nor tures of Mldlan had prepared him

tart for such investigation "Ood called ,
_ unto him and said * I

1 am the God of thy father the God .. ,I-.
( of Abraham the God of Isaac and I': Wit

e 4 kt the God of Jacob.\ I have sure

ly seen the affliction of my people

uctti their which sorrows are In Egypt; And- I for am I know comedown "THE MAIN THING. ON MAIN STREET" I By L. F. Van Zelm I/

to deliver them out of the -
;iM """""
hands of the Egyptians unto a 39ailY EUZI

land flowing with milk and hon- IIOttL UV QY 9TABL t
\i _
ours _
, ..trxii ey. LCADtvOMYSTERY 1LW PADGR
Hebrews had been slaves
the tt ......
t INS. for more than a hundred years, TELL
_ a6 J.UIH 1 and It may seem that God was PEEPCfKVLULt sYttrKr C
44 *rdl Hz
initti slow In relieving them out he did ATTtMCTiNdTZ
4 9 a appear. He said to Moses "Be- > ABRttT/ :: TM6.MVSltlTlOlA ;.

( I! 7 l lh hold the cry of the children of Is- STBANGCQwo ,
rael Js come unto
me; and I have
1& his t "also STADLC 'VI 1UMVSTfeRIOlfi
seen the oppression where-
1.k9 I UOQSC r.4 W
with the Egyptians
oppress them. / : BUNDLE i: ,
Come now therefore and I will eUERlFC! Snoop

send thee unto Pharaoh, that thou
? t tI mayest bring forth my people the .
; children of Israel out of Egypt.

I uqa ' 'r rt Ood Is all powerful, but he uses NOW X AWSK -YOUwwo .
I' 4t human agencies to carry on his n its STRAKECFtCT !

;; work. Do you know some way In wuo5 40& PSO-

4v which you could advance his 'lhlD1'J4 rooM TIC euros ....

work? The work laid out for IlMAT Will "flJteo aultemGS .

.. } Moses. was apparently impossible NCXT ?

lie had fled from Egypt for vio .. ise\

bating the law', and l.f. z. .
/ now God asks -- -- __ _, _._._... " _. -. . .. . .__ { win .,

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I T KlVrt, his wife; KIXO, era suit wherein Hank of Btarke, a sam* at public outcry In '
V. 1. JONKS t J. L. KING: and :MAHYMl corporation.. In complainant' andJohn front of the Court House door I In ti '
The Idle Stomach-our Most Serious Unemployment ; : HILINMY :onlT: : A. V. I'RES- Toplln and wife P, A. Tnplln, Starke1. Flnrl.urllli the .legal e' '
Problem 1
I n TT: WASIIIN- ( TON POSI.I: ., art defendants, the undersigned will hours of day .of August / ,
] Kt-OSSY MAn} LL I1ONLKV; SAMt offer for sale and will sell at the A. I>. 1130, terms cash, purchaser
By E. V. McCollum; Ph.D. Sc.D. 'HI: POSI.; Y; and MAUJO.Ni'DHIIKS South door of the Courthouse at 1aylnl for title, following lands,
; and to Starke, Ir.dtord' County l.'lnrida.during :

A.t7tor 01 "The Newer Knowledge Xutrltlon" The unknown helm, devisees leg bOlr of sale MiMonday Hltiiat. bin and being In Rrad _ i
of "Food Nutrition I the A. I). ford. [
and aealtn areas or KranteeH nf DAVID bUN : County l'l.rle. and desi rlusd *
Protettor of Bia-Chemittrv Bchoo of Byglent and L.KY deceased. : and to HI,HO, to the highest ,t' : bidder;I as Three acres Aouthwest corner

Putlio KeaUk Johns Oopklnt UuersUy.concentrated The unknown stockholders ftrnnt for cash the following' described u( Houthwest quarter of Nuithwest B
e.. or a...lKneen.,. of KARNKST- landH b' Alt being In HradfordCounty. quarter Section, SI. TO""hll' if't
_ _
Florida to-wlt: Six, Kana22
coMPANY, n; corporationunder : Houlh. Kast: ,
IV1 G as we do nowadays on a diet consisting largely of N'orth, where no Tegotab1!* food forms the framework and fiber the IM.\VU trtOld ; and to Htitnh half oJ Moiithtvest nuarter West of the 1)11

and highly refined foods, many persons too lis available! ; human beings draw of plant, the walls of vegetable The and several wlvea' and of respective all the naturalperHonn huabandx . of Tywnshlp txiuthwest.' K, South.Quarter Ilnnge of Mvrttnn 22 Mast 9, Sheriff Bradford W. J.(:ounty..I.jd.f'E'Fn: ON.' 31 ?i 4

often overlook the absolute need for a certain quantity"indigestibles"food. ,, their nutriment trom both plant cull! and the coverings of seeds who autt herelnalio or . __ __ for the purpose of satisfy J.. I,. FKAZKK.Attorney _ 9i
and animal life. N Nevertheless In most of Its forms cellulose Is hereinafter named an defendant In log saul d tech'ee.' fur Complainant. j' ,

. that keeps the digestive tract health- man cannot eat very bulky vegetable insoluble In boiling water; and thin. cause and the name of whom H. M. JOHNS.Special Master. 7-4-51-8-1 _

: \\v at Vork and provides the e cess bulk so necessary to food In any considerable it is not acted upon by any of the severally aa herein and respectively npucltlcalty. :" are mated, exrrpt -, l>. B. \KNIHIIT anil H V. K Mill lT, S JSl 5

I,mote well being. quantity, because his digestive digestive'! juices though certain unknown; and to' Attorneys for Complainant. "I''( iht. ti '"Tr '41'11'1 ot- .j ,

. recognized law of Nature that the tract Is of small capacity. Neither I kinds of bacteria are capable of All persona having or claiming any 7-4-5t-S-l. I 1.1) .4
is a digestive tract of Interest In the following described -
It can be safely eat of tho coarser fermenting and 5''
I- creature is adapted to suit the. kind of diet to which the vegetables because the lining of certain digesting plants. the cellulose lands to-wlt:In liradforii County ""!tn'\lta. :\O'flW 'and Hereby by virtue no/tic of In that given certain that under final ,

Icies long has been accustomed. And in order to obtain a clear membranes of his stomach and Bran la probably the form of Kant Half nf Elnutheast Quarter of In the Circuit Court. of the Twen decre* nf foreclosure, auntie bv the

the importance- roughage in the human intestines are too delicate to cellulose which has boon most South west Quarter: ( K j of iSK'-i of ty-sixth Judicial Circuit of Florida, Judge of the Twenty nth Judicial
Iture of : dietary, H\V"i), Kast Half of Northeast Quarter In and for Bradford County : In Circuit In and for Hrndford County,
withstand the ot the
for to review scraping discussed in connection with the 'or "Southeast Quarter ( EVA of Florida, In Ciua the
tight be well us briefly the three types of creaLetincluding Chancery. tlu'ary' on t! l
coarser particles of Indigestible> Improvement of Intestinal hygiene NKH nf SK' \4). of Section Two (2)1) ; J. I. IIAHDKN, nf July A. L>. 11)30.) itt favor of Y"V "
y man-that compof the animal kingdom matter without Injury. through facilitating elim and Southwest Quaiter ot SouthWest Complainant. Alvarca and against A. K. '.......
Quarter of Southwest. Quarter "... et al., defendants. tlxTundorslgned.
;et. there Is the species known What Cooking Does There Is good reason for (HWl," of HW'< of NWV', ). of Section II. M lJo SSh1T. et al., as Special Master, wil offer for sal

Ttim,". who subsist entirely One way In which man has attempted believing, however that when Twelve (! 5)) : In TOWNSHIP }:1 ot vegetable origin. bran Is eaten exclusively for pro- 0) SOUTH.' KANU13 TWK.NTY-TWO nIt.rt PiibllcstloH.IV Florida on the 4th of August -
.B,00d of and with success to eat muting Intestinal 2t Kast.VIIKnRAS.. TUB NAM' 13 TUB' 8TATU A. 1 11. J\30, tn t'h.. aldhe..t
enormous hlth..t
-t r8 have stomachs safely the coarser root and leafy hygiene It gen \ the 22nd day of 014 O/ bidder cash _ _ _
: 'h.o'.b : fol"'lna
| and intestines which are vegetables, Is through softeningand erally eaten too freely. It properly April, 19.10. named Complainant It appearing, and the d..llb.el properly Iylnl 1'.11'
I"enouBb to contain the great disintegrating the cellulose softened through cooking tiled his. duly sworn BUI of Judttw nf I the above .\n.l.r..II.1.urt Uo'adrort t.
enouslndlgeBtlble matter and taken in amounts no greaterthan Complaint In the above antitledentICe finding, t that nf Sum wit
: of those foods by cooking them. the suit to hereby process All lots
Iduel same beIng a. quiet Twn ((2) and Four (
In t 1.,1 by I the
Ich result from a diet of coarse The cooking process not only I decomposes are afforded by eating the I onn", oh and establish as against you t'lei ntnH k. of this"hll"ery.Court, iiKalnst thaheieknaftvr nf lllot' 'k Fifteen ( III), and (Ih. .f
The lining membranes I some of their substances whole cereal as a food. and each of you, aa' defendants In I named \ ,' Forty feet of lots. Kin (5) and Right
bage. and Intestines of classed it Is undoubtedly an -excellent 'aid t cause, the title of the Complnlnant tions, the ... 4ul..t.rp..". respectiveIcwal .\' (8) of said Block Fifteen ( III un,
cellulose but .v..r.1
aa makes
line stomach source of cellulose. to and to have the complainant I residences anil .... cording to the map fir phi .nf thanrlMlnul
blvorous animals too. are the remainder of the food. more .. decreed to be the owner nf business. of In.l.clpnlllh"are .. town of subject
th resistant to mechanical In. digestible and thus averts the after What has been said of wheat \ill fee simple and entitled. to the Counties, In the Stat' of Florida 11 however, to Alley und Wall reservations '
1ly without damage bran and<1 its benefits Is even more possession. of. the land In salil lull hereinafter. naniiot be served as stated, In rltml frnm, Ovidllaynes
J'J't and tolerate distress of eating. When and' ht'relnabove described to which 1."cllI. & wife to N. H dated '/
) particularly true of the cellulose : because ( agents ofe'ac'h Hul.
friction of the coarse residues some ot the smaller and fugitive said bill the said Complainant\ has of said oll"\ .n,1. .. unMIIOW'II May I ID. limit and l'e", II Honk
along| the digestive tribes of American Indians were of the rice kernel. Rice Is the filed certain amendments on Jun. and that..r\'u"ntlnn.the Sheriffs .asiiountle. Nn. It on ""1. N. Allg loth hiltS l ,,

: eypftM forced into localities in which principal cereal grain In the 21 1930; and whereas In and by said (: have severally autid! respectively I'ubllc r."rd. of Ilr..lror. County
let dietary ot more than half the human Hill and the said Amendment returned said. writ. with Htal ", with the "
game was scarce and food plants'! thereto the following named I tenements. hereditaments
Fle h-Eatlno Anlmall'ext rare. Those who have been persona rase of their .InahllMv, to serve and; apIMirtenancea >
not abundant they were compelled and corporations are also made MilItia; NOW THKIIKFORH: th.1 thereunto, hel.n..111.,. 1
tn the scale of animal spe- by circumstance to cut brought( up on a diet constantly parties defendant to this cause ',' : l'lAitNFiiu'r; .. In any wise AI'I.. \ .
who re- containing rice like it better than nnmelv.: 11. !M. HKNNKTTl: : WAL.TUK \t ". nf I l'IMI'\NY... County I in| I Id. M JOII 3
we find( the carnlvora grass seed acorns and other' vegetable other 1 lb t'SLl1VtAIt: \ liO.NI.KY' ; J. F. I.nral.. l'II Special. Master.
any cereal. AVe in ; A
:rt their food solely to the flesh foods which are coarser have "Klt'KI.ITICK and W. T. WALLACE; F.oILI'1.Nl' J. I.. FlAZEE. _ _ _
animals. In this group than humans are accustomed to America long been accustomed( to EA! ItS NI'I' COMPANY, a corporation, of IMival I ('I'OII'SY.fluI..lon. _
other I 11____
eating small amounts of rice and 10'1,0111)LAND A 1MM1OUAT1ON "
: 7-4-Et-l-l.
occasionally -
You and each vf ,
digestive tract is you, are herebyconunutunuiei ,
that the eat. They Buffered greatly from ._ .
nnil( but COMPANY, a corporation : andthe I '
r '
to -
we "generally<
capacity. as a and In said. lllllaa alI required appearnil
smaller Indigestion doubtless Injured Complainant having
much of long adher- nover have eaten It as freely as amended stated that he believe. the Hllle Uiiv In August I 111 JO, ,*!..:< I u. M ,"TKII: OFMtl.lS :
ult. no doubt their digestive tracts by taking to-wlt, the 4th clay of A"II..t. Itf.ltl: 'f'I'U'1
we have either wheat or corn. Hint. there are persons In being Interested -
animal ami tlefend the above .
food of exclusively cellulose which was\ too coarse "ltl..d aatlnn -
ce to Cellulose In the property Involved In xheteln tha iil Comnlalnuiit I -
of Rice Softest >ove
,cln. Meat glandular organs f4'T1rf1r and Irritating. They had not leas said suit hitse names ails places ofresidence I sneks tt> (inlet IIlmpel a establish Jlereliv' untie* I. given. that under "

,,1,j fat we know. are highly con- than a score of "grandmother"remedies The cellulose of the coin ker. are severally unknown to as a good: and: I Indefeasible til, i iI InIn and I) virtue of Unit certain /n..1d.'rol ,'p. i ' *

htrated foods; and even a small for Indigestion to. at- net Is considerably more difficult! the.. complainant and that the ttitpiiiahit I fee .1111..., his title 4. those certain of foieclosnre made hy ;" s't'
has made dlllitent. searchand
Kradford, Florida Judge, of lilt I; Judicial Circuit$ In
suffices to provide ample test those experiences.] to dIgest and more Irritating (than inquiry" for the names of such . l'oulty.
: '
UK, which are ..' ,", at length and for Uradford' fount 1 y, Jo'lo'h'' In.
itrlents for growth and the Common knowledge tells us the cell u lone of either wheat or persons and could not obtain them, In the JI of .Complaint In said (chancery on the' 1st day of July' A.
of weIght. evenen that Indigestible things are dan rice. Ot the three the cellulcmeot and that .us to such, of the .said unknown cause, to secure a decree that l >. I lu.m: In favor nf Hrndforil County I
\ food consumed rice Is the softest and smoothest pet sons as are known or believed ui-liher of said coipuratlona ha. any Hunk, n corporation and: against
of the gerous If eaten freely: yet It is
much 1 by the Complainant to be
valid estate title, tir Interest. Kile, as Administrator
burned for the performance of equally clear that our Intestines ; and for regulating the elim- heirs, devlvees legatees. or Hrrantees I In or to ..a rlll.. ..,
icrk or the production of heat. do not function properly unless ination of children or of adults of a person deceased whose name Is (hereof: and It I. further .. Master will offer for sale _
In with delicate digestive it knoHii to the Complainant, the OKIIKIIKI' : that tills order he published In front nf the court nous* dour iiiShark. 'I
the digestive tract ; th re Is Q".ICrtalU'.mount of indlgestiblevtittter systems< : in J
[While I name of such person. Is slated the once week. for tha period of ... Florida, flesh-eating animals tune- I to1 distend themto Is almost ideal as a source of mild bill I and the Complainant havIIIK -
D ,
'te four ((4) consecutive weeks In TheHradford A. ID.;1 0, t the highest and
satisfactorily without much the right degree and to forma bulky matter.A In said bill stated that he does County Telvgisph, a newspaper Milder, for Filth the following I
oD8 material on which to -- mans which is favorable for few faddIsts! doubtless eat not, know, and h..... not been able tua.'e.taill. published i:I : : ,and having I,: generalcirculation I described; pruusi'iy';: I)!tug and 1 being
digestible by diligent search and Inquiry :
I I in liradfurd County, In Hintlfurd County: Florida, to-wlt.: I
lork It must be remembered thate the muscular contractions of the too much of cellulOHe-rlrh foods, whether certain persons Florida. H"all at the ,point wher. the West

carnIvora. under natural con- E. V. McCollum Intestine to move along with the particularly green leafy vege- known by name to him and believed I"IoN II: AND OIUW1JJo1(1! In Cham .t th. Northeast quarter of I hoHuutheast ,

take a great deal of ex- peristaltic waves. tables. While we never should by him to he Interested In the lands. tiers at '.. I this* Jlh'' quarter of Hectlon 13.
lilons In said bill. and herelnalxive, described il.iy. of June, 19.10: Township" 7. rtmith, Itang 91 East
clse and that'the' residue from Between the extremes of havingIn become extremists about any or If dead to h...*'. been Interested .A. Z. A I)KINS. crosses I Ih* Mouth edge of Htailfuid,

elr food Is quite smooth In tex- mechanical functioning of the intestine the Intestine too much and too feature of the diet. It ''In a fact In said lands, ale, dead or (ShAh) Circuit Judge County; Highway No. 19, said point
band that the modern food regimen alive and having made said P A Hue copy: being marked with I a ref.
Even so, many of these and thus makes elimination coarse cellulose on the one several i permanent I
re. If alive. and. If dead. the
O. W. A A-t: arch ,'., monument and I thenceKusuirly
cat. lion and at rate which is and too little Indigestible bulky often Is lucking In sufficient jcellulone :
flmals-as the dog possible a and respective heirs devisees, legatees Clerk Circuit Court along I I lIe Month side nf '
Lr_at much bone substance. consistent with health. matter on the other lies the happy and this matter" of an Idle or grantees of such persons, In and for Mrailford County, said road 186 Mouth ISO

hlch Is changed by the strong Coming now to man-the third medium which Is favorable stomach and digestive tract Is ono .piirtles. defendant tn the said Mill: Florida feet to the shore tll'ett.' l.lttleMania ,

form of in the animal both to comfort and health. There of the most serious unemployment and the complainant ntttlng III said lly Iir. VNCIIT4.5t.8I. A rlPnMAN.Vel.uty Fe ".. ..Iont ,
dRy of the stomach to type species bill prayed for ,relief .against all the of .. to the .
;soluble and fairly 'bulky ma- kingdom-we find that he is I are many kinds of cellulose Indifferent problems that confronts the human .persons h."lnlor claiming. any Interest l'lork. "" Ilt"/I. th.I Northeast 1.k. quarter '

rial of a mass favorable to the omnivorous. -Except In the far I vegetable products. It race today. In said lands. : NOW THUKHKOHI3 : nf the Houtheast quarter, thence _
: North. tn point of beginning., alt In I ,
You.' and each of von are lierebv the Northeast, quarter of the 8011 In- i
- notified) I comma"tided, and lecjulred; to III'lttI": \I east quarter. of t..tOI* 2 TownshIp i_
i :\OTKK TO IllII>r.IlSI'.td any reject any or all proposalsfor 1 election the following; are appointed A. 11 I ,, IIKIO.: hy Honorable A. Z. Ad-' appear on the lIttle Pay In August 7. M..lh. Itaiign ... :, lying and 1 I .
tgf.. wotk by the Hoard ot Public managers. : M. (>. UrltlU J. W. kins, Judge of the 26th Judicial. Circuit 11HO: the same h..lnlrfonlny!\ the t'nder and by vlitu of nn execution .. being \ Hradford County: Florida, 1
be Instruction of Bradford County. I }Frevatt K. L. Orlffl tend 'tv. W. (Court, In and for Hradford 4lh day nf August in.10.! to the> Hill t Issued. nut nf the Plr"11 Court together' with all Hiutrlun rights .
proposals will received FItANK FKIM.MEH, I itntrel contractor for the re- Architect, cause wherein li. H. Theile IN complainant against you and then and thereto tiumi a certain i j judgment therein I I" a.nd al'llur.t.nan" 1

laHmUtma, and additions to Tampa and Dunedln. Fla. I' % ) OF 'PPI.ITII)% .'01' and Mrs. Ullle Cone widow receive and abide bv siith judgment ' entered on the chancery .side thereof I I '.. he".III.. belonging tir I.. .1
prwnt" Junior High School H. D. MA V. Chairman.A. TAX liKl: : ., and others, are defendants the and decree as said Cnmt. shi.ll nn th* It Hi clay of Mny, A. U. 11129, I any wise appertaining ,
1"t it Hampton. Florida. J. O.H1FFIS undersigned as. Special Master will have considered In this behalf. Ar 1 In favor nf 1..,. (jvnia l'h..I.ler. U. M. JOHN'S) ,
lAfohnll be. addressed to the Superintendent, Board of Public -, sell for cash tovth0 highest and best I this I you are not to omit upon pal), "roniplnlnaiit' I usratnat I 1 King 'h..ll..r. Mpeclal [ r'I
I of PublIc Instruction Brad- Instruction. T-l -6tH15.AOI'ICK Notice IH hereby given that M.\ FWiggins bidder In front of the Court House of the Complainant's, said 1 Mill beingtaken ,d.frn"lanl, I bays levied Ulln I J. T. FlAZJE.:

'Iunl)', In care of the Architect holder of tax certificateNo. door, In tark... Hradford countyFlorida as confessed against you folloivlnif desi.rlbeil' land as the o ,, II lalnalt. ,
JfiW, with A. J. Grlllls, Super- on Monday the Fourth day IT 1 IS FCKTIIKIt OIlI'MUIOn: ; That l>r.perty of the defendant. I J( 'n"rI.tWI( ,
OF ELEt1IOBy ( \ Ten 4th day of July A. D., 1937. this Notice and Order of Publication Cliati.lli-r, and 1(11 . ,
llent Public I Instruction at of August A. 1>>. 1010: during the _will sell I '| 7-4-Kt-K.I I
:) orokfa. in.. and to be openedS : i power vented In them I the has filed 1 said, certificate In my office legal hours, of .sale, for, the pnipos lie published on'e n week for four .. i
and made for deed
o'clock. application tax of satisfying Maid final dertee 'the ((4)) consecutive weeks III th. Flrad N'I'I'I :
noon, on the 18thf Board of Public Instruction of Brad to .Issue thereon In accordance with __ ct'
f described real estate, lv- ford County Telegraph, a n.wspap.rpuilished
| August 1930. ford County Florida, hereby callsiin following
Ill hid shall be accompanied election to be held August 16th, h,"''. Said, described certificate embraces. xltuaterf the. InK and being In HrailforU 'county : and having general. i lr- Notice I. hereby given !that the f.llwlnl described lands will be coldat

Irtlflert :bidder's I check In the 1930 in Starke district fnllowlnK 1' In lliadford. County property 1<'I..rld.1)- Florida. : i 101.illation... In U'adrord, County, FlorWtTNEm public auction, nn the 1'hlIT I 10NlAY A I'll., 11)30) It belnl the thd..v

1(1200011,( payable to the archl- No. 3 to determine whether or nottile wit: The Knot half of Northeast quarter my hand ns Clerk, and of said nn'h., befnt the Courthouse Hour at KtoVke, Ilradfnrd
I rank Frlmmer guarantee that )' Khali receive Boatdrnln nub- Jut 6 Hloek Iff. New. lllver In Rant find Thirty acres on Kast: side I ho seal of said Court this 28th day ,,unl. State nf Ilor"'a.' or so much thereof .. will be necessary to pay
[''rart will be entered Into be- school dlHtrlct No. 11 to be conBoll- half Corlheast quarter, Section :iSJandWest of West half of Northeast quarterIn of June, 1930. Ih* amount due set opposite tha, same, together with th" cost
I..the contractor, who la award- dated with them to elect three trun- halt of Northwest quarterSection Section Seventeen ((17. Also one' ( IA/ L) of such sale and advertlMlnjc. C. A. KN1OI1T, Tax Collector. .
work and the Board of :}'ub- and determine the amountof I .
teen to
24 Township .six (fI) South: acre Northwest corner nf Northwest O. W. At.nKn.MAN.: Ta.esl
'tru'lIon) of Bradford county, mllhtire to be aHuenHed agaInst Uantce Twenty ((20)) East. quarter ot Northwest: quarterIn Clerk of the Circuit Cnuut >.'.rrlptlon. Bee. T It ,\ Owner ( ...1..
I1 I ,,. : .
day ,
And the contractor the said consolidated dlntrlct., "' The assessment nf said propertyunder Section rilxteen ( IGi described ax In and tat Hiadford County.
Imnte and file with A. J. (Irif.Ierifliefldent H. D. MAY Chairman.A. . the said certificate Issued wa beginning at Northwest corner of Floridally , I acres In HB: "',.r nf f.of I 11 .
1') of Schools, a seb J. cmiFFld, "Secretary.For . In the'name of Jesse Mathls.Unless said suction and "luii f thence Mouth TRANCHE AL.DKK.MAy.: & 1-8 acre In HW Cur .,tIt ''t"

bund, for 100 per cent of the the purpose of holdlnir said said certificate shall. l 10. re. 140 yardn, Past 85 yiuds. , being a Deputy Cleik U .. _____ ..____.,_ 7 7 20 2 County Hank 2.9J _ _ _
|ut price. If the successful election 10'. A. Hoott,, A. JI Tliomitn. deemed according to law tux deed strip Two acres In' length" and ..n.. :Sfiroi.MIM & Iin\VRM! 10 .acres W of lly In S', nf ___________
tutor falls to execute said conland and S. a. Dowllnic are- appointed will Issue therenn on the 18th day of half acre l In width. Jacksonville Florida, Lot I a I .Nij! cif Lots

bond then the amount ot managers, 1j. K. Ferryman, Clurk. August, A. I>. 1910. Also the Southwest quarter of Solicitors,. for Complainant, 2 & 8 __.__..,_______.18 7 20 00 nradford County flunk B7K, '
I'dilcr's check will be paid to 7-t8-6t-8-15. Pitted thin ISth day of July A. D RnuthweBt quarter of "Keitlon NineII 7.4-61-8-1.. Nhi of SiC: Ac N'n' nf MS .
Jmhltrct, after other expense 1930. ( ) and the Moutheaxt quarter nfPoiitheaat ,. Ni':'. less 1 ncre for 4

|-il, I IH, deducted by the Hoard KOTICH OF KLKCTIOV O. 'v. ALDEIIMAN quarter of faction night ('r _ u _____ 1 8 31 l 110 ft. P. Oreeu' 41.0 -b,.,
tiillc. I 100HIructlon, Much aa adverT Clerk of Circuit Court. ((8). All vf the above I.Plug, In Township : :XIIUH' Lots S 8 10 11 13 In Wood- _,'

printing, etc Uradford County .. .. Seven (7) Houlh. flange Twenty lawn __ ._.I,_____ fr
f Cheek retained will be return. Fly the power vented In them th. ; East. - - SOXlti S 23S LI Ilradford County Flank !5.70 _________
((20) ,
'bout deduction when conIn Hoard of Public Instruction of llrml- 7-18-tt-g-lS. In Circuit (Court. Twenty-Sixth Judlulal of ME'1' of MWH "I'
j lirned/any, and bond filed by ford County Florida, hereby cull -j' P. E..K iniIT.Special Master.A. . Circuit Uradf'-rd County of NE'4' "f HWi., _'__ _24 23 t J. II. Moore -__ 73 06 I'' $- '

["fill bidder. an election to be held AUK. 16. 11).10, :\IITI'I.:, (>F .,,CKMIl'T:' S. ... Htate of Florida. In Chanctt,). "' "W'4 of NW'4' tif, NR'4 of ,:_ _ _
J"> and specifications can be at IJoatdraln School house Hub- HullUtor for Complainant. EMMa PHIC13, "W:' & NKIJ of NWVt of '_ _ _

|""d i from the architects or at school district No. 17, to determine Notice la hereby given that 7-4-5t-S-l./ Complainant - -____ ____--2S I 1: 1 liradfurd County Hank t.D '
Iffice! of the Superintendent of whether or not. lioatdraln sub- Tax Assessor of the City of tttarke, vs. NW''14 nf 8Wl __ _._....,UhS l I 2 F. II. -._ ..f ,
111. upon a deposit of. $25.00, school district No. 11 shall consol- Florida, has' fiied I with the City ir. L. iiiicn.Defendant.. tl nr MW"W', HO' I
110 be district I\O'I'ICI'1' OF M tM'i'1It'55.IM: !, if '
returned when plan and Idnto with Starke: BUb-nchool Clerk tax assessment roll 1 fur 1030 4 (t
Illations''' are returned in good No.3. to elect three All desiring to file complaints Notice la hereby then that under It appearing! by affidavit appendedto : HW'2 8 U t( Tiradford County Flank 34 41 ;,' ,'i'
trueteesand for the amount of mltl.a. persons make for correction and by virtue of that certain' the hill. Died In the above statedcause IF4 I U .. II. Irfjn __ ____- .' C
f ; or requests that Jl I. Price, the defendant Lots' &l 62 Wood- .1 '.
Superintendent of School' will .,.. to be aHHeneed affalniit said consolidated will submit In writing to final decree of foreclosure. made ft
| > m on file for general use district the tax assessor. prior same to August 6th July I J et A. HnnoraM therein mimed residence, I Is un- lawn . ___ ._---___-__2 5 U 30 Bradford County Hank ".I
fme will|| not be given out to H. D. MAY. Chairman.A. 19.10 at which time City Council' willconvene A. Z. Adlcins. ru.l.Nh; :: : 20th, Judicial known and that he Is over the age Lots tit 40 41 I 43 In Wood-

I oniractor.r J. QRIFFIS Secretary.For aa a board of equalisers to Circuit (Court In. .nd for or twenty-one years; It Is therefore lawn ____--------.->! 8 2 40 r'lhinty 3414 '.I.
'Inht Is reserved to accept the purpose of holding ..n Idand 'I Uradford. county Florida. In thutcertain ordered that said defendant II I.. : lrA,1or.1 Fanl '
examine. said assessment. roll. f.ot a In WondlawrT _82 G 10 County 1 ,
-----u et' ,
!!. __= ,___ f'rlce lie and he Is hnrehy 1..11 l.t
-- wherein Si, W. Andrews re'lllre.1to .
t.:. f. Jiu"V ';n. cause cif HWU of KM"" ;, '__."-. R 0 U 2u J. II. Hitch Jr. _.. lrct4'
the bill of W'f
Attest: Chairman. Is complainant and M. L. app..r to complaint of HWU! of Nt'3V! __I tl I U 20 Hradford County Hunk 12.9J ,
Johns. Is ...defendant the undersigned for filed In said cause on or \ .

I --- the Worst is Yet to Come C.City A. Ft'TCHT Clerk.. 7-11-31-1-1 cash. as to Mneclal the highest Master. and will best sell bidder for before:, A. Monday/the I,. man), otherwise 4lh, day the of allegations August _NK'4- -of.. .NK',4- -2 of 6 2 S 'SIrs KID How* 4.91S , '

In front nf the Court: House door In of said bill will be taken a. NV4 nf NK'i of NrJ. _ _ / '# .
io1'l 'KNotice confessed by said defendant UK", - _ _- __ __-.._22W I U K 8. Hllco -' "
Florida .
Bradford on
- Mtnrke county It further ordered that thin order '4 of NW of ilW\% !:. ,_ _ _ ,
day of August
Monday the Fourth
hours of be. '. a week for J 745 .cr. __ ____!. --.n 6 15 Unknown ._.__.,_ 111) _
A. D. 1930. during the legal .n. 2 ___
Is to all I.ubl..h.. __
hereby given persons '
of four cOIIM.ull", weeks In the Hrad All W -; NK'i: of HK'4: _ _
the satisfying
sale for
: having claims of any kind or purpose road __23 6 U 9 Mrs Kin lldw ..___ '
ford County H.t u (
final decree the following described 8.5
nature/ ..lI'lln..tIh... Bradford County said T.I"lraph. .f.w..p.rp"IIMh. _ _ _ _
real estate, lying' and beingIn In cUIOty a tl stale.. 1'ortlon .,f B' of NR'i' nfHK" ,. .
Hank nf Htarke, Florida, that unlenssuch
Ilradford county, Florida: This JUth A : 1930. : lying "of Hturks ,
claims to ;
are {
; 1'
) roatl- S ,
12 Reglnnlng' at the "Houlhwest corner d"Otw.u1 public Ii'
of said within MI'II..hurj
Hank of I. C. Webbs. lot on !Madison (R.n1 Court . (Ii I 22 l 11( J. A. How ..._.___ ... _
ti;; months'will from be the tosser datej.f'barred this n; cr' .street thence running West with k sr.1,1 .NWiJ. '_ __ .._..___2il t It H. i. 1'.1 __.___.____ n.I' _ _ .. ,
same thence Solicitor for Complainant. ?
Madison, .street 12" feet, AllNWofM9P.IIofCa. i
the provisions of Chapter-7035 Law 7-4-Ot-l-l . ____ _. __ ___ _ _
of Florida. North 105 feet to F ( HolllngHworth's nal 1 I 22 7 Arthur Wood __<___ 3.1
lot thence Kast: 120 feet toNorthwest g ,.f Hlk ,
__ : Youlwlll present all claims to the ( G 0 Url.ln..1 _ .4' ,
::&. .7' ;: undersigned Liquidator at Htarke, corner of 1. ( Webb's" lot, yolK nf Htsrke '

__ Florida thence Mouth 108 feet to point ofbeginning ; 8W 4 _-- _---_--_-,----2*$ 8 23 S. I.. Peek -i._?____ 84.44Tiradford '
: JOS. B. WILSON all III th* Town of W 8 ft i.f Lots 2 4 of Lilk _ r ,
Bradford County Hank Starke!! / In Court, Twenfy-Hlxth 1 Original, Town utMtark
Liquidator t' _ _ _ _
= LL Htarke. Florida. Also (it.' South half of Southeast Judicial I Circuit 1 Brad ford County NKV, of BWi it --- Stark, Florida, July 10. I9JO. ", quar l"F of Southeast quarter and six Ktsfe nf FlorldlIn Chancery.J. L.tshIS4blNkS'raci .. ,
In the southeast corner ofSouthwest a. HATU '
I = 7-1 19196.woTlcg acre lot nn W side of Silk II _
3 quarter nf Houtheastquarter Complainant.MOM.IB .
__. :; (11 h'xMftefLcusItlN.:
all In Section Mix ;- .'I, UIIICIIAIIGR of thll80Ilthw..t J J.n..* 101,1 tn Htsrk In
= OF FIV Also the West quarter HALT ,
< _
BK'4: nf 4 W of Walnut l.
of Mouth westnuarter _ _
-- quarter t. ._ _
n."dan ---------------,2$ t rradford Dank 51.II
of Section Five (5) the last It affidavit appended 2 County -
Sixty days after date hereof nn t 9 II 12 N 10 .
In aljovestyled Lx.ts v. '_ _ _ _
being Township the bill filed In the -
to-wlt day nf August 1 Two descriptions to S __ ,
: nf Lot 12 Ik C N. ..
I. the ntirI'n! administrator 1 ' 1fpre..ent Heven (II) Mouth, lunge Twenty-two cause that )1..1.. Hal. the. J. J.n..1 .add In Kmrfce In _ _
vouchers and final account (:2)I Kast.!: defendant therein' n.- '
my r. KN10HT Florida and MKU NWW( of Wainut 'J 4 _ _.
to the Honorable Oeo. A.flardiner I tipevlal Master 'that.Id.n\her of residence I h..t".t Is unknownthat, s< -- _______ ______2 I 22 Mrs. r.I:! hong _..__ InL ., ,
of Bradford .
county judge I of twentyoneyears I 1 of Slit 1 Temple* add ,, ,
Florida, for his approvaland ,A. S CREWS she I. over the age ,
County, ,
time will ask for Solicitor for Complainant. : It la therefore ordered that Htsrk In N '4. of .
.,,v. Hlsf.ho.ree at' the same, aa Administrator' ofIh 745111.AOTMK said. non-resilient defendant he and NW4 part of wT" of ,, J _
I jg"'i ; :- Maxwell de- she Is. hereby required, tn appear t< NKS ..t fir SF cornt '
J. ,
estate of .
., '*' the of complaint ror ol..r. HPHi of NWVi -_--___2 e 13 Bradford County Dank ILlS
c.alOed. ___. bil before Mon All lilk 20 add toHtsrke
ThIs ,th* l.r ft. June. ItIOH : filed said cause on ot it
4th nf August A. Il >. In NKJ4 nf NW'.i, '(
MAXWBLI the day _ _ _
--9t.i-l. *W. Administrator i In the Circuit Court of the Tw..". otherwise, ''the allegations{ nf lart of WS of NK% W ',. _ _
< ly-MUth Judicial Circuit of Florida ..:bill will he taken a. confessed of IIv I NK cur of BE'4 t, ,',

in and fur Bradford County: In defendant. .if NWI ____ ___.," 4 2 J. If. Hitch, Jr. ________11.5 '
BOTtlE OF FINAL DIII'IIUWE Chancery.. II Is further ordered that this' order Lot Hlk 2 J. Jones I _

,) $. U flAKDK.V:: t be published once a week for ..Id.o Hrsrhe! __L. .,___ 2 < 23 -U. C. Itltch ____.______ Otl -
?Ai Sixty days after date hereof on Complainant L.*. four _n..uty. weeks In the Ursd- I S acre of W.of NR''. of r _ _ _
te-wlt the 5th day of August 110. "... ford County newspaperDnhllshed N '. ., f'4W14 of , -
: undersigned administratorwill O. M. BKNNKTT: et alt In .." and Htate. NH!"t NI' ____ ____ tHWU I 23 13 Bradford County Flank ., c
I. the I
present my voucher. and final Itefendants. . -This July' 1st. ALDKHMAN.f.Official of 1Y' .. ______..42HWv I 22 40 Hr lfori> County flank 3i. ,_: _ _
the Honorable George A.tarctlner. %at Ire t* j3.fpd.CU) .** ( OreJer el O. W. f _ ._ _. : I 40 Bradford 2071 '
account to , H'Bll clerk citvult. l'uIkttMy BK'4 .35 2 County I
( County Judge of hi.Bradford LV TUB NAMK o"> > STATE OFTO ( HIMNCHK: Af..lHhtIufAN.Deputy: . HW'/ of NW ..____17 40 Bradford County lanl 33.Of '______ i

County Florida for will approval 'I.oMIVA: (: . Ixvta.17 .1* It 20 cf Blk 14 ''i

and at the sam time administrator Each and every the following JOE ini.t- WIfTIAMS. L ke Butler, In Hampton _____ _-.U T 22 A. A. burden ___ ___1,. ,' ,
dlscharg as
ask for my of R. ft. Byrd, named defendants. If they or Florida Solicitor for Compl.lnant (Ilk I Hub division' vf NE' .1,
Taf ( of the estate aayof them, b. alive, and If they I-l.&t-S-l NW4! ---__.30 7 22 3 A. A. DuriUn ____-_ I.n ,

_ d.Ti.eih: June. 1.30. or any of them be dead tn their Com 16& yds J nf NW rot
MA-RJORK F. BYRD several and respective unknown '. nf NKU! of HM' A run .
Administratrix. heirs, devisees legatees or gran !"ITV" ALI r! HI 1.1 yd 104 yd. S.

? ::l C-f-t-t-l tee. namely: Wm. U AYCOCK; Jos- W S2 1-3 yds N 10* yd. _ _
; BKI-f II HAKEK MRS. L. C.BBACIIMAN. Notice Is hereby given' that underand _ti< beg _____________.30 T 2: 'A. A, Durden __.__117(1
OTI'E or !IIAtlTF.IL'I.E : (whose Christian. nam by virtue of that certain final. i Beg at a pt S53 ft B of NW
I. unknown) and U C. HSIACSI WAS, decree made and entered by Hon. A. cur of :NKM of NK1 A _ _

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r. Florida I
,. and by virtue of that certain. final (whose Christian name I* unknown) i Bradford County that foreclos-on lea ft N 22S to !beg -.U T 22 A A. Durden 1314 _ _
__ 110 In certain t -
her husband Seth,
. decree of foreclosure mad July Jut, .nil ft t;>. CLAYTON. ; ,
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Bradford County Established 1877 Telegraph I 1 From Other pe n. beat clubs oa. and one a unless pair. of thumped hearts; that(e) THERESSAM nl.r.Z..I.In\ l Cor. r Miles s. of f Conveyors; in 'Ford P1am

L I a signal tobe game and bid game; .'
_-. ,-'-- _ ...__ __ __ I (ts) signal tabs taken outandhow f

I ,I Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class :. Waucbiila gets a fertilizer mix : ig). a. signal that no trump Mrs. David Jones of Hampton

ing plant Good news!-Wau- look good and why not come )In Is spending this week with her t1,
Matter\ at the Post Office at Starke, Florida Sullivan and
t1:' : chula Advocate. Rank news This la known as a convention and i daughter Mrs. A. L. i i1I1111'11ell

i E. Matthews: ___ ______ ____ _-__ _u Owner and Publisher Starke Telegraph. Of a sort, sometimes ;,ends In a conference family. Futch Fender and Net- I
Wauchula Advocate. and a panic(.*.> tln, this!
'' + t J. C. Robinson ._ __ ._. __uu u_ _ __.. __ Managing\ EditorSUBSCRIPTION 0-- are ,three..ita-ke'ovU:, -(a) the fire tie /and Beatrice Hersey were vis

E ;h r - ---. .- -- '- Strawberry Juice makes a most whistle-; ( ) an ,earthquake" ; ((0) lUng Shies Clara. Swlndefl) Sunday

RATE I 'tenfptlng drink, nays the Starke a Went Indian hurricane Takeouts afternoon.
will be fully described In this Mr. A. L. Sullivan and daughter -
Telegraph. Yep and you had bet
} 0 rt( Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable In Advance ter drink It before /It stands for series of ample rules In words of Miss Thelnm and and Miss
one or syllables In subsequent Pauline Crabb were In Starke Saturday -
Advertising Rates on Application any length of tlme.-Tlme8-Un- more ,

. ion. Issues of this paper. Ad- morning..
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3c dress communication to this col.! Miss Joyce Mast of Hampton

. "A man is not without honor only.-Tarpon Springs Leader. was the dinner guest Sunday of
Misses; Willie and Okie Hinson.
save In his own country." does not 'r --oMprrrling -
a always hold true. "Gene" Matthews Mr. and Mrs. J, J. Zelgler had

: Florida's: cotton acreage is growing larger every year. mopped up around home Announcement IJIKlnXo.that the .Putnam 28 aa dinner guests Sunday. Mr. and
f and got a big vote elsewhere.- Mrs. O. A. Thrower, Mr. and Mr..
ti re"t county board of bond trustee r
Green Cove Springs Times. M. O. Thrower and daughter Patricia -
iv4l0 would turn over to the state rc.l1d and Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Yarn
4 making i is to work it.
r The best chance of money (for --p department the rlghda-of-way and
ilch< ) Starke Is a most fortunate city and little son, Carl, all of Jack
1' o Seven miles east of Starke is necessary funds for the completion sonville. They were accompaniedh
; crya-
of State Highway No. 28 from
}y the '; To be stylish these days means watching your take-off. tal-clear Kingsley Lake, and the Florahome' to Palatka and for Its me by Miss Pauline Crabb.
Messrs. and Tries
people of the city appreciate It. If Sidney
feel. '
grading from San Mateo to the
_ st, o you want to see a Starkete: on were visitors to Jacksonville las
Flakier county line is good news
of life's tragedies is caused by the humble banana Sunday In mid-summer go to When week.
'Jv % 'disa \ One Kingsley Lake Times-Union1. the transfer Is made the I Mr. and 'Mrs. O. C. Mann and<

tabl peel. , ? .' \ ----- o county wllf have gone Its final limit children of Palatka were visiting This picture shows two types of conveyors In use In the Roultp
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to 8peedjthe"ronatructlon of thisImportant1'road. her parents, Mr. and Mrs O. W of the Ford Motor Company.
o Business Is good and ImprovIng. l. Whatev r' hilp- '
I Uh son a' few days last week:
in Florida from What more can you uskT- after that is to the road ENDLESS chain conveyorx on which cars In the
would death pens up DroceslO'
News of the unusual carry a Mr. and Mrs. John Hall and
three and half to four ml:
Bradford a j sembly went
County Telegraph. Well, to the
Io department;; If must accept the workm.!
children moved to Earlton Beach
I I long, said to be tbe'longelltla stead of the
heat.I we have noticed It Is getting some blame for delay and Is entitled to workmen :larryin.
better last week. the world, has just been completed to the car. The
and maybe before many assembl
receive the plaudits that speedy ua,.
Mrs. Nellie May of Ohio who is at the Rouge Plant of the Ford fected In many
weeks ,
more we can report business ways Is
action- would nor!
of books and send to the state here certainly bring. visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. :Motor Company at Dearborn, Michi by automobile "
good too.
,;td Gather up some your Crell'centCity The road must be built. The manufacture
the4Brew,, r. f/l. Hagan of Hampton spent
Journal. gan. On It parts of Ford cars In the orally.The. -
l: the prison library. county fs no heavily Involved, its Tuesday here with her aunt Miss process of manufacture are trans value of tj

na. 1. u_ .. ., .m_ n Investments are BO large. any deviation Ida Hagan. ported from one building to another duclng physical the conveyor

Y Bulls kill more Utah citizens from original plans would. Misses Willie Mae'and Okle Hln- and completed parts are carried time, in labor In
preserving jcl
Keystone Heights is wearing the crown of summer head- than airplanes, according to a be an Insufferable financial blow. on and Joyce Mast were visiting direct to railroad cars for shipmentto cutting costs soon became system

' quarters for: picnickers. news Item In Florida bull Is solely All the money that has been spentIn Miss Rhoda Zeigler Sunday afternoon branch assembly plants. and Its. use was extended apnj tocl

. ? responsible for prolonging the financing the thoroughfarewould The conveyor, which carries Its purposes about the plant. (J

o political lives of some citizens.- be. partially wasted! every Miss Owelda Hall is visiting In cargo on suspended hooks has a, there are literally miles of ]

', {nI rt Crossed telephone wires can cause more trouble lhan Starke Telegraph. And the supply cent Invested would be discountedin Gainesville this week. dally capacity for 800,000 part. ors of various types In the cot I

sometimes. Is decreasing with some Putnam value. If this link between the Mlsa!! Agnes Joyner returned to i weighing over 2,000,000 pounds. It plant. Some of them carry r

t crossed electric wires politicians too.. -Crescent City gatewayVund the coast were to be her home in SylvanJa, Ga., Mon- supplants freight car. and trucks from one building to another]

o Journal. left as Is. The worth of the road day after a visit here with. her sls- which have been used for the trans. are carefully synchronized to

-o-- lies In its becoming a direct route ter, Mrs. Clyde Hall. ler of many. parts from one point to the parts' arrive at precisely 1
"'i 4 Modification of quarantine regulations should come soon, from Lake City to the East Coast, another In the Ford
: Where do some of the Florida A large.'audience enjoyed the plant. tight moment and In the exact J
', the last roundup not revealing a single fruit fly larvae. newspapers get the name "Rex" a short cutf fptj.Bueh;'i of the 70 per sermon preached by Rev S. H. This longest conveyor of them alls where they are needed. Ot''

Bestirs .. .. hey tack on the front of Congressman cent, c Ot> FloJ-lda's( ;..tourists( enteringthrough'tte Dodd at the Christian church Sunday a development of the Ford policy transport red hot Ingots of il
l Ix n --o-- -- R. A. Green's name? His batewayas care to use night. that nothing should be done by weighing nearly a ton each J

1 tam It must have been a man who couldn't fly who said women friends call 'him "Lex."-Tlmesj'nlon. It. .fT. manual labor that could better be others move outgoing shlpneaiJ

: We have There la,. every;, reason to believe lone by machine.In If it were not for the convey!
v make good fliers because they are naturally flighty. often wondered : "'MUUn'ARJ..OT FRUIT
that this road Is the early days of his manufacturIng according to officials of the r]
about this. Maybe it is because he .If not finished: ,\M VEGETABLE: HHII'MKXTH:
Is such a king In Washington. with reasonable promptness thatIt career. Mr. Ford devised Company, mass production wo
xfi Alt D the assembly line-a moving track not be possible on its present
be .
; ;; Wives are like fisherman in one respect, says the South Perry News, never completed. Public Jacksonville, Fla., July 11.-
1 sentiment.-!"veering in the
'I direction -
s ; Jacksonville Herald. Both think they failed to land the best They say that dead men tell 'no of economy. There Is a tendency from Fruit Florida and vegetable to and 'shipments Including ,i grapefruit Industry of Florida Is river and are considered the I
growing steadily each oil
and biggest. tales. But If I'were' one of the : In future, to spend a larger Wednesday of this week are shown I year. that Florida have market been offered

27 put to death Illegally In the illuminated portion ofhe,, gasoline tax for In the following table. according t'''|
o I CATTLE M.LJtTI': IS! MET: Knapp.
; furniture at Ralford maintenance and for meeting the
i from the state by not
express are
*' A Maine weekly observes that these days when you feel. and I found out about the court's Interest and the principal on the Included in this report: .Xe :. "This second visit of Mr! KJ
brry! to IJ Some of Male of to Florida this year shoat [
q a dollar bill in your pocket it reminds you of a bill you have latest decisIon. I would certainly I Bonded if indebtedness. It is doubtful Pepprrs Pure hired Hereford Hulls the officials of the Her-|
haunt roads will be
somebody. any new au-
Stuart Dally
c"ft't' forgotten to pay.Tallahassee -lews. t thorized. There is no reason why For Shipments up to last Sat. .1,638 July 24.Continuing Breeders association appr
same period In 1929 ___1,585
the activity that Florida It (
they should nut there IH u
I Duma I o--- i every For
o week
ending July S_.__ 6 In ,
Ita-M Sale of liquor is illegal, buying incentive to complete that portion For the policy in aiding developing cattle t tDr.
same week last _ 7
is itndi officials started bonfire with ten million year Knapp. "It is Hhowlnclb
a liquor Is legal; drinking liquor of the state system that has been First tour days this week! __ 1 cattlemen to secure pure bred
? tie ;: dollars worth of bonds printed by the Everglades drainage Is legal, getting drunk is Illegal; authorized.y,: fall to do so For same days last year ___ 1 stock for breedln purposes the predation by sending its IIf!
here to attend the sale
;' , ; district but never issued. manufacture of Intoxicants !is illegal I would ,be ,)io( sanction criminal Total to Thurs. this week1,638 state live stock sanitary board, Important step In galn'liff! Fill t
0 making home brew is legal; waste I'otAtfM'li with the Hereford Breeders association "

: f ; -o straw votes show country wet, Putnam cpuntY'should bend its Shipments up to last Sat. __4.399 of America co-operating, recognition. '
election votes prove It dry. It's a every energy toward getting these For are conducting a sale of pure bred In addition to attending
Every Bradford county farmer should attend the farm- same period In 1929 _4,385
great life If you don't weaken.- two important contracts let. Not For week beef type Hereford bulls at New- sale, Dr. KInzer will travel,
ending _
July 5 ___ 4
hi ar r! ers' and'Fruit! Growers' Week at the University of Florida, Starke Telegraph. But oh, boy! until this la done can It rest secure I For same week last year __ 0 berry, July 24, according to Dr. the state visiting a number |

: Gainesville, August 11-15th. We're sunk.-South Jacksonville In the conviction that It has pro- First four days this week __ 6 J. V. Knapp state veterinarian.R. Ions who have purchased
I Herald. tected its present large investment For J. KInzer, of Kansas City, and also will look over the j
c. -0- i same days last-year ____ 0
- i .-Palatka,Dally News. Total to Thurs. this week__4,405 Kana., secretary of the Hereford free area jn the Interest of I
i et Among the news heads -of the week deserving a place in I The meanest remark we ever oA -- i "f'Kf'labll"8. association, will attend the sale, grades of cattle.

is in the Ocala saw in a newspaper came out in WOIU TO Tim I.riIMOInasmuch which will be managed by John.
lt. the "Believe it or Not" column one Morning Shipments up to last Sat. __2,896
'y&u. Dies I the old staid steadfast TimesUnion For same period In 1929 __3,096 Cummings 1S' r\iI'. MHTJ Fall
Banner: "Man Killed Immediately.
the other day when the This sale
t! ,.don as I have served the For week ending July 6 ___ 122 being conducted In -
n ( ' :ato Py AI n lat column arose In Its might and people of Bradford and Union For same week last year __ 32 Mlchrlst county, one of the six Circle No. 2 of the Baptist

nor Wauchula Advocate thinks the burglar who broke I said: "A boy who la going to mar- counties for twelve years among First four days this week33 counties released.from tick eradi- sionary Union, met with Hr I,>|

and robbed two slot machines should be ry a girl for her beauty ought to he: law-malfers of Florida! I deemIt For same days last year __ 23 cation quarantine on June 30 as J. Griffin Monday afternoon ;
-roe into a filling staion I take a picture of her when she\ the board considers
t I I' my duty to assure those who Total to Thurs. this week2,929lt'atermelons Interest In o'clock. Nine members were t
iu a a l given a bronze medal instead of being arrested. comes out on the front porch for have honored me, also the peopleat beef cattle development there suf- ent. The devotional waa M|

( l o__-- the milk at 7 a, m.-Perry Her large, that I am a God-fearing, Shipments up to last Sat.__6,648 ncient to warrant the sale Al- Mrs. A. M. Darby Flaw

))1 South Florida Fair officials announcing reduced railroad ald. Better plan would be fpr him aw-abldlng citizen., For same period In 19298,817 ready 6S2 pure bred beet cattle discussed for raising money
are to trade the girl one of his taken When* the members of my immediate For week ending July 6____ 815 have been Introduced Into tick It was decided for each m.l

d ; el rates to'the Fair and Gasparilla Carnival next February. along :3 I a. m. some mornings family became Involved in For same week last year __ 23 free area during the last three to earq $1.00 during this rand |

reed i' And these rates apply from points in northern states and Can ,I. ----CTallahassee \- the: recen'd,'strife\ "ln'my home town, First ,four days this week_ '26 years by the state live stock. saaiary turn it In at the next i i$25'was DIe<'

i.. ore ada. I State News favors I realized" tUat" the' situation' was For same day,; last year ___ 6 t board., paid out on one debt I
C a law to compel tax assessors to grave, and ,that Innocent people Total to Thurs. this week__6,824 The larger portion offered of Ing this meeting. After the

0ct publish their assessment rolls would suffer:, Under the circumstances the carload of bulls, numbering ness was finished, a social

w With other states reporting deaths'from heat, the maximum when they are made up "to end it was impossible'' to get FI.OIUIIA SEEM: : TAIllKF BENEFITS :- between> 25. and 30 animals have hour followed. The lioHtes8i|

: at the local branch U. S. forestry the favoritism practiced: in every the facts before the people, however been secured from P. S. Cummings ed by Mrs. d. P.: Raymond i
; yft: temperature reported county and city In the state." Give I have submitted to the decision and Sons, tlje largest Hereford I ed lemonade' and wafers l m<>

t mf service was 97 on July 7th, followed with 96 degrees on July the taxpayers an opportunity to of courts. .' Jacksonville, Fla.. July 11. breeders east of the Mississippi : guests

+ r 8th and 10th. Since the rainfall of July. 11th, 93 has been compare their assessment with My intentions are to continuemy Growers of truck crops In Floridaare

ye sir t' the highest reported. others through this method and It activities along conservative expecting some material benefits <-- -, TO _- .,;;; _- ;;... .;...- ..:: __
will result in more equal assess lines; at all times respecting the from the newly enacted tarIff -

jj p ments.-Starkle Telegraph. But rights of others, and will] appreciate law. This new tariff law has a

,,1 *tr* eo e_ Mexican minister says the American tariff of 3 cents per you'll find it "lobbied" off the cal- the same courtesy extendedto direct effect on several of the most
endar if such a bill Is proposed.There's '
myself. Important crops that
are produced
'x pound on tomatoes will eliminate that country from growing ACCUMULATEDEXPERIENCE.AND
a reason. Green) Cove In
l continued faith In the Florida including the 2 l-2c
+ tomatoes for shipment to the United tates. Florida will benefit Springs Times goodness of God and the brother per pound increase on tomatoes.

-' -cc more than any other state from the new tariff /m vegetables --0- hood ,of man, I am, Florida ships thousands of cars

: .Mexico being Florida's most formidable competitor "Floating Island Lake," on the Very truly, of tomatoes annually and In some
d Harry Plattner property at "High
A. D. Andrew. of the state this product
1r and the protection will allow our farmers to ship many hundred Bridge" after a year or more in Is the very backbone. of the truckling -

'" n added cars at a profit. : a stationary position moved to UR04.: KIIAXK FO\VrKK Industry. The additional tariff FACILITIES
the other ? .j: :.. ..
side of the lake last -- rates It Is thought will do
w' R, e' o week. Oeo. Low. who live In the The -funeral service' for Mrs. much to eliminate the competition
P tNo ' Bradford county farmers are preparing for another Plattner property, had his boat In Fowle"',,,.. held at Deadan cemetery from foreign countries and en- j r

strawberry crop, and next spring will see at least a million the lake and came down one morn July 4th.,' 1930, In the after- courage the planting of a larger .
f' ing to fish, to find the appear- noon. acreage here.A .
t worth of this fruit shipped to the Northern markets. ..
,; dollars ance of the spot entirely changed.He Itev.; Crosby, who served as her revival of the pineapple Industry ,, I', '
ad h A bad season occasionally cannot destroy a fine industry like thought for a moment that he pastor for "several years, spoke Is expected from the enact-- !, v .

i strawberry growing in Bradford county. This year the farmers was demented; but regained: his words of comfort to her family ment of the new tariff. The pine-
equilibrium after he learned that and friends. Her husband apple
many Industry In Florida
than before and was at
-ft! will grow their fruit more cheaply ever this Island with trees 60 or 70 Mr. Frank Fowler, her six children one time one of the most thriving The
t'' accumulated this
;' when the returns come in next spring they will have more net feet tall and probably SO yardsIn and alt of her grandchildrenwere !In the state but slumped to a mere experience and facilities of

:; eat : '''r mony than ever before. diameter really moves about, present;also many other relatives nothing because of foreign compe-

than before. the lake with''the wind.-Cler- and friends. Her children titian. Under the old duty rate of Bank are available to you, and we believe you will
money ever mont Press. Better stack those who are living at Brooker are: 18c per crate from Cuba, the FlorIda -
r' The Telegraph mentioned last week that Bradford county "50 yard In diameter" trees 'up i Mr. Leonard Fowler, Mrs. Dada farmer faced competition that

ih had met its bond interest payment promptly on July 1st. It against California's big trees. And Prescott, Mrs. Zadla Polk; three he could not meet, but with a new find them useful. Your banking business solicited
u' ) "it floats. II daughter. reside at ,Plant duty of 40c
City, a crate
prediction< Is
should also have mentioned that the town of Starke and the hire
Zonla Bailey, Mrs. AmertneJulnn made that the Florida DlneannU_
yt t county board of public instruction .met their obligations at Our Contract: HrMgi Lesson and Mrs. Amanda Minton. industry will come back within- --r-the I
r' ; that time. At the same time we carried a news story convey- When your partner bids, or She also reared two grandsons Mr. next few years in fact at the present -
'' some one else bids, two diamonds.It Oriel FowUr..; of Miami and Mr. Ells time the Industry I I. showing .
+ that schools would be adequately
ing the Information our county means one of several things Fowler, who .Is at home. gns of revival as several hundred \ :-. : ,tr'w. .
i' financed for the coming year, assuring the youth of like a woman sticking her hand I The children away had plannedto thousand pineapple slips have been ...., ,I .

the county that there would be no break in their school work. out of the west window of a coup spend tb.,JTourth at borne and i rdered from Porto Rico for plantIng ', .

moving south and you can depend arrived( Just after she died. along the lower east coast. ".. "
h .
all of these good things are sufficient cause for rejbic- I
Surely upon the Information, given She was laid, to rest In the fa in: Pepper okra eggplant and
''t ing. What we Bradford county folks need to do is to think by the bid. Two diamonds either Iny lot and friends covered the I are other products bene-encumbers ''BANK OF STARKEAN

more of the blessings that we have, and quit brooding over means that the party of the first : grave with flowers as a token. of fitted by the tariff and Indication.are
I part either has (a) normal sup their love. ? that there will be an Increased
'a such misfortunes have come our way. Many of these port headed by the
q king of the acreage In all these crops this fall. HONOR ROLL BANKE.
t things will not in the end be so bad as they seem at first, and : roost a.. couple of tricks he hopesare Panama City 110,000.000 paper The duty on grapefruit was Increased -

1'' it sure, and a handful of other > mill now ,under construction 1.2c"which S. Matthews, Pres. Cashier
we will work out of them if we keep our faces to the front and should give the R. I. Davis,
i cards totaling 13: .(b) no diamonds here will b* completed. by nest Florida grower some protection : ,

press forward. \ -. ; (c) a fistful of diamonds. prlng. against foreign! Importations. The 1




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Bradford County Telegraph II clubs, and a pair of hearts that THERESSA Miles of Conveyors in Ford p
i From Other Pens beat as one unless .trumped; (e) 'l MINe 'niSAi. Zrlcfer. Cor. Plant
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Publisher Starke Telegraph Of a sort.- sometimes :ends In a. conference; family
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s ; ; E.S.ifatth4ws-----------------: Misses Futch Fender and Net-
Wauchula Advocate. and a DAnfcc.! J.n. case
fi'i' 1. J. C. Robinson .. __________ __ _u_._____ Managing EditoSUBSCRIPTION ,. ---a--' are'thre,,iUke'f>,ut ,-(a) the> fire tie find Beatrice Hersey Swindell were Sunday visiting
: Miss| Clara
. -' -- -. -- -- -. -- -. Strawberry ,Juice makes a most whistler: (t ) an earthquake;, (c) I .

t RATE teufptlng/ drink Hays the Starke a West InflUtt I hurricane. Takeouts afternoon.Mr. A. L, Sullivan and daughter -
will be .fully described In this sP s sN
Telegraph. Yep and you had better -
and Miss
I Yearly $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance drink It before It stand for series of simple rules in words of Pauline, Miss Crabb Thelma were and In Starke Sat- r

Advertising Rates on Application any length of time.-Times-Un one or pore syllables, In subse-
urday morning., \
quent issues of this paper. Address -
. .. .. ion. d
-- Miss Joyce of Hamptonwas
-- -
--- Mast; ?
hb .-,-- l! communication to this col.
r5, of o
dinner Sunday
the guest
Beauty contests-they satisfy-the winner. "A man Is ;not without honor only.-Tarpon Springs Leader.svice ,
/ i Misses Willie and Okie M.
t/ In his country." does not -
t save own
- --
o Mr. and Mrs. J, J. Zeigler hadas
1 always hold true. "Gene" Matthews ling highway No 2H dinner guests Sunday Mr. and -

4; Florida's cotton acreage Is growing larger every year. mopped up around home Announcement that the Putnam Mrs. O. A. Thrower Mr and Mrs. 4-
and a'big vote elsewhere.
got board of bond trustees
jw .. 0 county M. O. Thrower and daughter Patricia -
sl ,S Green Cove Springs Times. would turn'over to the state road{ and Mr and Mrs C. B. Yarns
'O ',i The best chance of making money is to work (for it. ---'-O department the rlghfs-of-way and and little son, Carl all of Jack P
Starke is a most fortunate city.
funds for the completionof
I necessary sonville. They were accompaniedh
o Seven miles east of Starke is
State Highway No. 28 from me by Miss Pauline Crabb
To be stylish these days means watching your take-off.! tal-clear KIngsley Lake and the Ftorahome' Palatka and for its Messrs. James and Sidney Trlest
the people of the city appreciate it. If /grading from San Mateo to the were visitors 'Jacksonville last ti -0trp
feel o you want to see a Starkete: on Flagler county line ia good news. week

vr disa One of life's tragedies is caused by the humble banana Sunday In mld- ummer go to When the transfer is made the Mr. and ''Mrs. O. C.. Mann and
I KIngsley Lake. Times-Union. county will' have gone /Its final limit children of Palatka were visitingher r This picture shows two types of conveyors In use In the Roupp
Y Ik { peel.I \ o -,...- of the Ford Motor Company.K .
; tabi t. to'Bpepalhe'ronstruction\ / of this parents Mr and Mrs. G. W.
o Business Is good and Improving Important''roa'a. "Whatever hap Ifhison a' few' days last week: '
t 3ii ENDLESS chain conveyor on which cars in
s i :. What more can you ask?- pens after that is' up to the roaddepartment Mr. and Mrs. John Hall and procem I',
News of the unusual would carry a death in Florida from I three and a half to four mi: j sembly went to the
Bradford County Telegraph. Well, It'rmu t accept the workn,,
I children moved to Earlton Beach long said to be the longest stead of the workmen
heat. I \ we have noticed it la getting some blame for delay and la entitled to :arryt.I|
,ant : last week in the world has just been complet to the car. The assembly nil
p o better, and maybe before many receive the plaudits that speedy I Mrs. Ntllle May of Ohio who Is ed at the Rouge Plant of the Ford fected In many ways, ))8 ; !
more weeks we can report business action. would certainly bring. I visiting her parents, Mr and Mrs. Motor Company at Dearborn, Michi by automobile ?? 1 1erally.
l '" Gather of books and send to the state good here too. Crescent be built. The manufacturer '
M up some your The road must 'T, M. llagnn of Hampton spent gan. On it parts of Ford cars In the .
j that prison library. City Journal. county fs so heavily Involved its Tuesday here. with her aunt Miss process of manufacture are transported The value of the
the investments, so large de- another conveyor i
are any Ida Hagan. from one building to duclng physical labor
p '15s of 0p nulls kill more Utah citizens viation/ from original plans wouldbe Misses Willie Mae and Okie Hln- and completed parts are carried time In preserving system, In ul

J''' Keystone Heights is wearing the crown of summer head- than airplanes, according to a an insufferable financial blow. son and Joyce Mast were visiting direct to railroad cars for shipment cutting costs soon became appj

''r '' for picnickers. newa item. In Florida bull Is solely All the money that has !been spentin Miss Rhoda Zeigler Sunday after- to branch assembly plants.) and its, use was extended toe
: responsible for prolonging the financing the thoroughfarewould noon. I The conveyor, which carries its purposes about the plant .

'x ,, o political lives of some citizens.- be, partially wasted, every Mlaa Oweida Hall Is visiting in cargo on suspended hooks has a there are literally miles of CGt|

s' wires trouble than Starke Telegraph. And the supplyla cent Invested would be discountedIn Gainesville this week. dally capacity for 300,000 part| ors of various types !In theF
+ r Crossed telephone can cause' more decreasing with some Putnam value if this link between the Miss Agnes Joyner returned to weighing over 2,000,000 pounds. It plant. Some of them earn) ;j

'f crossed electric wires sometimes. politicians, too.-Crescent City gateway\and the coast were to be her home in Sylvania Oa., Mon- supplants freight cars and trucks from one building to another!
; e Jou rnal. left aa Is The worth of the road day after a visit here with. her sis which have been used for the trans are carefully synchronized so 1
---o- lies In its becoming a direct route ter. Mrs. Clyde Hall. fer of many parts from one point to the parts arrive at precueljl
''t Modification of quarantine regulations should come soon, from Lake City to, the East Coast A large'audience enjoyed the another In- the Ford plant. tight moment and In the exact t J
I Where do some of the Florida I
F. f the last roundup not revealing a single fruit fly larvae. the "Rex" a short cptf, such of the 70 per sermon preached by Rev S. H. This longest conveyor of them all where they are needed. Oi'
newspapers get name \ '
X441 ... cent, frlQraa.l.f! tourists entering Dodd at the Christian church Sun- Is a development of the Ford policy transport red hot Ingots of I
hey tack on the front of Congressman -
? t o --- through the), gateway; ;: as care to use day night. that nothing should be done by weighing nearly a ton each.
01 fteatlD R. A. Green's name? His r. '
manual labor that could better be others move outgoing ]
,, ckJ ;f It must have been a man who couldn't fly who said women friends. call 'him "Lex."_Tlmes- it f "I reason done by machine.In If It were not for the ahlpmen conte:

; : make good fliers because they are naturally flighty. Union. We have often wondered There, Is every; to believe FLORIDA ('ARIAT FIU'IT the early days of his manu- according to officials of the i!r;,
that this road Is not finished:
bout this. Maybe it Is because he .If ANn VKGKTABLK HHIPMENTH facturing career Mr. Ford devisedthe Company mass production j
o la such a king In Washington with reasonable promptness thatit
I assembly line-a moving track not be possible on Its present i
Perry News.. will never be completed. Public Jacksonville, Fla, July 11.-
the South .
fisherman in
like respect
Wives are one says
( sentiment'to'veering: In the direction -
Fruit and vegetable 'shipments
--p grapefruit industry of Florida Is
river and
Jacksonville Herald. Both think they failed to land the best. of economy There Is a tend- are considered the)
They say that dead men tell no I from Florida to and Including growing steadily each year that have been offered on I
li :,: _: and biggest.A tales. But If I'' were one of the I ency. In future to spend a larger Wednesday of this week are shown Florida market, aocorcllnj io|
21 put to death Illegally In the Illuminated I portion of,, the gasoline tax for in the following table. Shipmentsfrom CATTLE SALE I).\TK IS SET: Knapp.

o furniture at Ralford, maintenance and for meeting the the state by express are not ----.I"""" "This second visit of )Ir. K.J
Maine weekly observes that these days when you feela and I found out about the court's Interest and the principal on the Included In this report: \ewberry to Be Scene of Hale of to Florida this year sbowij

a dollar bill in your pocket it reminds you of, a bill you have latest decision, I 'would certainly bonded Indebtedness. It is doubt- Peppers Pure Hre Hereford Bull, the officials of the l tier! rj
ful If roads will be authorized -
any new
haunt somebody, Stuart Dally Shipments up to last Sat. -1,638 July 21. Breeders association -
jt forgotten to pay. News. There is no reason why For same period in 192!) ___1,58S the activity that Florida appr hi i.|
liY ft ----- they should. But there la every For week ending July 6_.._.. 6 In developing better cattle'
ill'' limns ty I Sale of liquor Is illegal, buying Incentive to 'complete that portionof For same week l last year ___" 7 Continuing the policy in aiding Dr. Knapp. "It Is showingilj;
Tallahassee officials started bonfire with ten million the state system that has been cattlemen secure pure bred
liquor is legal; drinking liquor First tour days this week( __ 1 predation by. sending ItsntrJ
dollars worth of bonds printed by the Everglades drainage Is legal getting drunk is Illegal; authorized.; :,,", To fall to do so For same days last year _.._ 1 stock for breeding' purposes, the here to attend the sale I\\
manufacture of Intoxicants Is Illegal would, be Ito, sanction criminal Total to Thurs. this week1,638 state live stock sanitary board
Important in galn/nf! Fl>|
,, Mz district but never issued. waste. with the Hereford Breeders asso- step
making home brew is legal; I'otMtm'ft recognition."
Canovs o straw votes show country wet Putnam county'should bend Its Shipments up to last Sat. __4,399 ciation of America co-operating.
election votes prove It dry It's a every energy toward getting these For same period in 1929 __4,385 are conducting a sale of pure bred In addition to attending |
Every Bradford county farmer should attend the farm- beef sale; Dr. Kinzer will, travel
type Hereford bulls New-
great life if you don't weaken.- two important contracts let. Not For week ending July 5___ 4 at
u k ers' and/Fruit/ Growers' Week at the University of Florida, Starke Telegraph. But oh, boy! until this la done can it rest secure For same week last year __ 0 berry, July 24, according to Dr. the state visiting a number|

tn OS'udkl.. Gainesville August 11-15th. We're sunk.-South Jacksonville in the conviction that it has pro First four days this week .6 J. V. Knapp State veterinarian sons who have purchasedand ,
Herald. tected its present large Invest For same days last-year ___?_ 0 R. J. Kinzer, of Kansas City also will look over the |
o -0- ment.-Palatka,Dally News. Total to Thurs. this week4,405 Kana., secretary of the Hereford free area In the interest oil

heads -of in The meanest remark -.e-- association, will attend the sale, grades of cattle.
r Among the news the week deserving a place we ever Vejjotablos .
a saw In a newspaper came out In A wont TO TILE ri'HUO Shipments up to last Sat. __2,896 which will be managed by'John .
1i4i'' the "Believe it' or Not" column is one in the Ocala :Morning
It apitho the old staid steadfast TimesUnion For same period In 1929 _.3,090 Cummings BAPTIST W. 1'[. f. MM:
r4. I Ilr Banner : "Man Killed in Fall Dies Immediately." the other day when the editorial Inasmuch aa I have served the For week ending July 6 ____ 122 This sale Is being conducted In -

f Meat i Wauchula Advocate thinks the burglar who broke said: "A boy who la going to mar- counties for twelve years among First four days this week__ 33 counties released froni tick eradi- slonary Union, met with !Mrl
t r.y w ry a girl for her beauty ought to the law-maker .Florida, I deemIt For same days last year __ 23 cation quarantine on June 30 as :J. Grlm'n Monday afternoon
dsr alltor into a filling staion and robbed two slot machines should be I take a picture of her when she my duty to assure those who Total to Thurs. this week2,9291Vatermelons the board considers interest In o'clock. Nine members were J Jent.

_- i 'ae given a bronze medal instead of being arrested. cornea out on the front porch for have honored me, also the peopleat beef cattle' development there sufficient -I The devotional was \If
i a
11 +f the milk at 7 a, m.-Perry Her- large, that, I am a God-fearing, Shipments up to last Sat.__6,648 to warrant the sale. Al- Mrs. A. M. Darby. Plant i
1, r t :- o ald. Better plan would be fpr him law-abiding citizen: For same period in 1929____8,817 ready 662 pure bred beef cattle discussed for raising money I
r ; ore M South Florida Fair officials are announcing reduced railroad to trade the girl one of his.taken \Vhetr'the members of my 1mInvolved For week ending July 6____ 815 have been .Introduced into tick ''It was decided for each me

EY i f % rates to the Fair and Gasparilla Carnival next February.. along 3 a. m,. some mornings mediate family: became in For same week last year __ 23 free area during the last three to earn $1.00 during this i nand
r ease, t -q--- the trl'! t';'.\ home years by the state live stock sanitary turn it In at the next i if25'was m
4ry lc And these rates apply from points in northern states and Can- \ re ; my' towns Frst) four days, this week__ 276 board. !
"tar Tallahassee State Newa favors I realize titst'tbe situation was For same day; last year __, 6 paid out on one debt
v eAC ada. a law to compel tax assessors to grave','and ghat Innocent people Total to Thurs. this week6.824 The larger portion offered of tog this meeting After the f

r"ti UuMlfthRsrh : o publish their assessment rolls would suffer: tinder (the circumstances the carload of bulls, numbering ness was finished, a social

,t J_: d. I With other states reporting deaths from heat, the maximum when they are made up "to end it was )Impossible to get 1'LORint'SEIS' : TAIIIKF BENEFITS : between 26 and 30 animals, have hour followed. The hostess a
ra? the favoritism practiced In every the facts before the people however secured from P S. Cummings ed by Mrs G. P.: Raymond
7 aye temperature reported at the local branch, U. S. forestry county and city in the state." Give I have submitted to the decision -, and Sons, tle} largest Hereford ed lemonade- and wafers t''"|

,, 4 i- P service was 97 on July 7th, followed with 96 degrees on July the taxpayers an opportunity to of courts. "' Jacksonville, Fla., July 11.- breeders east of the Mississippi guests.

t.;, 't ?eiie 8th and 10th. Since the rainfall of July 11th, 93 has been compare their assessment with My Intentions are to continue Growers of truck crops in Floridaare - -. --- - ._- _
n l;+pf4 I I' others through this method and it my activities along conservativelines expecting some material benefits ..-.- ...... .,. .- --- - "- -,------
dP the highest reported. will result In more equal assess ; at all times respecting the from the newly enacted tarIff -

------o ments.-Startte Telegraph. But rights of others and will appre- law. This new tariff law has a

ae Mexican minister says the American tariff of 3 cents per you'll find it "lobbied" off the cal- ciate the same courtesy extendedto direct effect on severpl of the most
endar If such a bill Is proposed myself. Important crops that are produced
p M" as: pound on tomatoes will eliminate that country from growing There's a reason. Green Cove With continued faith In the tit Florida. Including the 2 l-2c ACCUMULATEDEXPERIENCE

tomatoes for shipment to the United tates. Florida will benefit Springs Times. goodness of God and the brother- : per pound increase on tomatoes.

t s more than any other state from the new tariff .on vegetables -o- hood .of man I am I Florida ships thousands of cars ANDFACILITIES
'"Floating Island Lake," on the Very truly of tomatoes annually and In some
'om .Mexico being Florida's most formidable competitor, Harry Plattner property at "High A. D. Andrews. I sections of the state this"productIs

-H .rw and the protection will allow our farmers to ship many hun Bridge" after a year or more In the very backbone of the truck-

+' } tltj'h' a dred added cars at a profit. a stationary position, moved to MRS. KltANK: VOIVLKIt: Ing Industry The Additional tar- .
** the other aide of the lake last 'y I ,t :-:.- iff rates. It Is thought, will do
W11:4- S 'fotliartti o week. Oeo. Low, who liven'''In the The'tdneral service for Mrs. much to eliminate the competitionfrom

ai tae Bradford county farmers are preparing for another Plattner property had his boat In Fowler"was held at Deadan ceme- foreign countries and en- I

,' strawberry crop, and next spring will see at least a million the lake and came down one mornIng tery July 4th,' 1JJO: In the afternoon courage the planting of a larger
lu to fish to find the appear- acreage here. .
a dollars worth of this fruit shipped to the Northern markets.A ance of the spot entirely changed.He Hev. Crosby, who served as her A revival of the pineapple Industry ,' :. I.. > .J"

t A bad season occasionally cannot destroy a fine industry like thought for a moment that he pastor for 'several years spoke Is expected from the enactment : 4' r ( Y .,

tile strawberry growing in Bradford county. This year the farmers was demented; but regained his words of comfort to her family of the new tariff The pIne-
i equilibrium after he learned that I and many friends. Her husband apple Industry In Florida wall at '.
4 g On 4 Y will grow their fruit more cheaply than ever before and this Island with trees 60 or 70 i Mr.. Frank Fowler, her six chil- one time one of,the most thriving The accumulated experience and facilities of this

; i4i; fH/ when the returns come in next spring they will have more net feet tall and probably 10 yarda dren and all'of her grandchildren In the stale but slumped to a mere ,

tea' than ever before. In diameter really motes about were present: also many other rel- : nothing because of foreign compe-
a t }4 Vr mony the lake with the wind.-Cl r- 'atives and friends. Her children tition. Under the old duty rate of Bank are available to you, and we believe you will
';r money than ever before. mont Press. Better stack those who are living at Brooker are: 18c per crate from Cuba the Flor-

sl,. ,' !iris( The Telegraph mentioned last week that Bradford county "60 yard In diameter" trees 'up Mr. Leonard Fowler Mrs. Docls ida farmer faced competition that find them useful. Your solicited

( had met its bond interest payment promptly on July 1st. It against California's big trees. And Prescott Mrs. Zadla Polk; three he could not meet, but with a new banking business
-wltl r ,. ; "It float." daughters reside at ,Plant City. duty of 40c a crate!! prediction. i.
tit* ij should also have mentioned that the town of Starke and the .g
p : -----o---- Mrs. Zonla Bailey, Mrs. Amerlne made that the Florida pineapple

ItMlil unt > county board of public instruction met. their obligations at I Our Contract I1rldlCIBOn" Oulnn and Mra. Amanda MInton. Industry will come back within the '/"
When your partner bids or She also reared two grandsons Mr. next few years, !In
; Itnntjtntil that time. At the same time we carried a news story conveying fact at the present .
ry some one else bids two diamonds. Oriel FowUi; of Miami and Mr. Ellis time the Industry U showing : ., ..
;: -4' the information that our county schools would be adequately ..It means one of several things Fowler, who Is at home. signs of revival as several hundred L ,',.: ', 1t' ,tt,.. .f" .

i financed for the coming year, assuring the youth of like a woman sticking her handout I The chlldten away had plannedto thousand pineapple slips have been t'' ,-'., .. ., :

the county that there would be no break in their school work. of the west window of a coup! spend the, Fourth at home and ordered from Porto Rico for plantIng : .
at l moving south and you can depend arrived just after she died. along the' lower east coast. I,,, ,
4 Surely all of these good things are sufficient cause for rejbic- upon the Information givenby She was laid, to rest In the family Pepper okra. eggplant and cu- ,

rM' ing. What we Bradfbrd county folks need to do is to think the bid. Two diamonds either lot and >friends covered the cumbers are other product bene- BANK OF STARKEAN

; t let l, more of the blessings that we have, and quit brooding over means that the party of the first part either has (a) normal support I their love ., that there will be an Increased
'a"Allr such misfortunes. as have come our way. Many of these headed by the king of the. acreage In all these crops this fall. HONOR ROLL BANK

things will not in the end be so bad as they seem at first, and roost a couple of tricks he hopes. Panama City 10000.000 pa- The duty on grapefruit was In E.

nrta we will work out of them if we keep our faces to the front and are sure and a handful of other : per mill now under constructionhere creased 120'whIch should give the S. Matthews, Pres: R. J. Davis, Cashier
; r cards totaling 13: ((11) will be completed by next Florida gro'wer some protection

press forward. 1 onds: (c') a fistful of nO'dlam-1 ,prl s. against forelgj importations. The ,1 !


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