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: August 1, 1930
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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CommissionersCut State Voters DISEASES ON Taxation Group Local Conditions Hicks, Wife SlayerFingerprinted BUDGET. LESS _


ValuationsAt Reminded Of DOWN GRADE Fails To ReachConclusion Show Improvement AndPhotographed ON PUBLICITY' .


Fall Election -
.4 their meeting this week the Fewer Deaths in Florida Thhi! Year -

.4. l.oiird of county commissioners or ThanAccording Ilast. IUnk, 1)o'M..dl.1)1": Than Uoublt'l :\1'Q'onnoun....... He Must Cut _ _

derpd a cut of 10 percent made In Four State ConNtitullonal( AmrndnifiiU I Name IVrltxl Laat Year - Fund. '

,i valuations on all real estate within Must lieDocltlcnl... to a report just released c.'ommnitteelIseuss, te Stats Flnnncla Gainesville, July :-Arthur C. :

J the county, this reduction by the state board of health Problems. Deposits coming Into the Bun Hicks, whlte-balreil and. quiet in Commissioner Nathan. Mayo ot '_ __

amounting) to approximately $156 Legal notice of the tour three of the four leading disease of Starke 1unt Monday were more manner, looking anything but a the state department of agriculture _ c
1 This reduction only Impor- Jacksonville 26. murdered, answered the questions announced that due to the>,
ooo means a tant amendments are showing a decline lit Florida. July -No definite than twirl as much as they were I.
Caving In some Instances to tax- of the Florida constitution to article No. 9 Dr. Stewart U. Thomson director conclusions were reached:\ on the corresponding. day In July of Deputy: Sheriff R. A. Bvrga present financial condition In the _ _ _
which!
2. payers of 4 1-2 percent and In must be of vital statistics has released bore today' by the Florida Citizens last year This Is the statement who took his fingerprints and stftttt and nation his department: r

,majority of cases means that the the coming passed on by the state at a report of the first five Finance and Taxation Committee made by E. B. Matthews president photograph! In the oflloe of the will not spend.. Its full publlcllty' 'p '*4

ia\l>ayers will pay the same fall has been general made by election R. A. Gray this months of the present year, showing relative to a program of relief of 1 of the bank Tuesday morning i idlnciiMRlnK In county Jail this afternoon. In an budget allowed by the 1929 statolegislature. _ _

amount of taxes in to the tax collector of state that disease is on the wane I In th,. state's financial and taxation local business' condtlona !. Intelligent manner. '_ _ _
next year that he paid this law.secretary\ The as required by this state* burdens following! a lengthy meet with reporter for Ihe Tele. 'What In lilY name," said Hicks. Mayo said that he felt that It _
notice
which has been
\
ear Reducing the valuationsdoes sent The disease showing decrease I In ing marked by n round table discussion graph, "It Is Arthur C. Hicks I am 57 wall good business economy to hold ,

not necessarily! mean a'reduc, advertising to all circuit court the clerks for' deaths were typhoid malaria and of .vinous suggestions for This certainly does not Indicate years old and weigh 145 pounds.I the remainder of the fund'In re- .
announces date of
tlon In amount of taxes as mlllagc the election dIphtheria! ; tuberculosis (all solving he Ijnance- and taxation an unhealthy business condition 1 In wan born Itear Hampton, Fla" serve to be used should contingency '

6'' must be raised to offset the reduction The amendments as November will\ hold 4. the forms) showing a slight Increase. problem!\.' in.' connection: with the this particular section In far, Hicks stated ho had I been sentenced arise In state fl finances.. : .

6,' In valuation for practically all center of attention in this com Acoordlng to the report there county bond mltuatlon. it speaks volumes for the soundness to serve 10 years In Bradford The departmeat already has contracted ,_________

funds. ing election for with the was a total of twenty-eight deaths The romniltue was appointed by and stability of our agricultural county for ansult and had or spent approximately _________
The county will pay 10 percent tion of possibly a few Republicansor excep- from typhoid during the five Coy, Doyle K.: Carlton .several and commercial enterprises served( two years when he received one third months ago. Terry G. 'Wall for. a pardon. budget, the commissioner said. '
months of this %
year as comparedwith Another
lent* to the state following this reduction independent candidates enter- Interesting feature In '
and the general and sub- ing; the lists in most Instances thirty-one for the same period mer mayor of Tampa Is chairmanof connection with this( note of returning "Kvcrytlilnit l III hillY to me," The agricultural! departtnent'sspecial :,

6 Sl guhool: funds will receive 10 percent the results of the June Democratic of last year. Taylor count the group. By Invitation the prosperity Is the fact that continued. Hlcka, "Don't know? exhibit now at Atlantic .' j t

less. Additional revenue must primaries were decisive. had no deaths from the disease legislative committee investigating while the deposits, were larger this whore I went "or what I did. I City, will not be discontinued under ',
ToIC fifty other counties also reporting relief also met with the cltl- than can't say"Vhat occurred. I sort of the new arrangement; Mayis'L.
tome from some .source to makeup The legislature of 1929 with a year they were one year ago ''
said After
for the $156,000 reduction in : vote of thre-flftha of all members perfect records. lens committee here today.A checks against deposit accounts.. I came: to when I was at hoina--I showing at Atlantic .:.
Malaria deaths during the new phase was IntroducedInto this went through the'! woods City, the exhibit will make j
valuations the $59,000 reduction elected to each house the 1 perIod bank were considerably smaller and to the
passed round
of
fairs
throughout the ,
allowed the railroads of the county proposed amendments. Whether or aggregated seventy-six as compared the discussion today 'with a indicating that people generally house ale a watermelon and my ;
and for Approximately $20,009( not with ninety for the first five proposal by the citizens' committee are economizing. Mr. Matthew brother came In crying. I nuked country, and about December! !? .
they are ratified will depend
will b8 In :
placed the Union
that the state take such etatima
months of 1929. over him what he was for and
Thirty-nine the crying
worth of real estate going to the upon the will of the voters. The expressed opinion that people there he said '
counties reported no deaths from roads ua it deemed would serve might too far with he told me I wan In trouble .and :
slate for unpaid taxes and now issuance of state, county, or city go measures of The department's exhibit will ;
t taken off the tax books. AccordIng bonds taxation the disease during the period state purposes. economy and thus cause business to come In to Gainesville. It must 1 HS
; exemption for certain remain Atlantic S
at City until A UKS 4
Although the heralded
meeting was have
Diphtheria deaths totaled twen depitmslon. been about :3 o'clock the next
Yet to officials at the courthouse, Continuing he said:
Industrial plants; the Inheritance ust :27. After that it '
the state and schools of the coun- tax and ty-oneOlllturlng the five'months, as as the final gathering of thecitizen's :'While I do not, advocate prodIgal afternoon when I got home Ihave'h't 1 will ba taken _ _ ,.
; taxation of motor I committees, members of to t the following fairs Ye
lose from the compared with twenty-three for spending at any time., under got a thing to say for-
will reduction
ty vehicles by license tag only are the body.'duclded: to hold another Michigan,. state fair, Dertolt, August . mi
t I period. Fifty-one publication excepting' there is
thew929 counties I any circumstances, I think the a
while any advantage to taxpayerswill the ,
questions In the
brought I
31 Tennes.'flIee
up to 5
meeting August 29 and 30 the September ; )
be practically offset by the four amendments. reporting no deaths. : Ideal condition Is for people, mule lot more to this than there appearso _ _
state fair Nashville ;
Septem-
Tuberculosis place to be ,selected later. The : bo the face of ,
of remaining funds (all forms) caused all circumstances: to keep themselves on It, and after "
peed 'county f1
raise of 453 deaths during the period, as legislative:committee was Invitedto as nearly as possible In a I tell my story there will be other bur 15-30; Mid-South fair and .
requiring a millage.
meet with the citizen's dairy show, Memphis, September .
group ai texts.
with
compared 444 for the first
Rimes normal state of mind and '
what would
Asked effect the cut carry
Charged 21-27; Alabama state fair Blrm-
at this time. ,
five months of last Duval ;
year. their affairs along In Hicks ,
have on the county schools Superintendent a normal was calm ana collected Ingham. September 29 to October'
Grlffls stated Thurs- With Manslaughter county reported elglity-elgh -- way. This keeps the wheels of busl this afternoon He talked In a 4 ; National dairy show St. Louis .

day that he has worked out a plan deaths, the largest number of the MasMeetiiigAnd ness moving smoothly, and. everybody pleasant manner, stated how h, October 11-19 ; Nebraska state fair \',
state. Baker, Collier, Qilchrlst has a fair chance to I hud sold strawberries '
to present to his board Monday I prosper on the Omaha, October 31 to November>f
whereby he believes he will be ableto J. D Rimes, young white man Glades Gulf Holmes Lafayette, Basket DinnerThe "As the fall season approaches streets of the city in early spring 7: American Royal fair, Kansas i.

maintain- the present high 'of Worth ington Springs receiveda Liberty,,. Martin, Okaloosa. Okee- there are strong Indications that and, wan familiar with the Inter City, Kans.. November 15-32.

standard of the school and to complete preliminary hearing before chobee and Wakulla counties reported the business depression Hint has viewer through that source. JI* ',. _.r4SurfacingOn

the school year without any County Judge B. D. HIers today no deaths. mass meeting and basket been rather wide-unread diirlna gave: every Indication of being In S 'i. _

reduction in salaries paid teachers on the charge of manslaughter, dinner of lant Friday at Clay Hill I the past few months Is passing and full possession of all his faculties, :: _

growing out of the death of Mar ItElUL OK MKS. school house, Clay county, was a that the country generally will mid. stressed the point that he did :1

gie Stanley 10 month old daughter HLITt'II II.I,}) FRIDAYFuneral BiicH8, approximately two hundred soon be going along at a norma not care to 'go Into 'any of the details Road 68 Starts:, __ _

of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Stanleyof people enjoying the day and h pace Wlt.h reference to our of the killing for publication _
:Mi i IIV AMXOOOKSLIST
Wodrtblngton Springs.It services for Mrs. Hen departing peacable and enthusiastic OWIlot'al situation I have Hicks wore the, number 1.00 -- -l_

OF TAO AGKNTS will be recalled that earlyon rletta. Blltch who passed away for annexation to Duval countythe lately boon frequently\ naked I II If when he had hits photograph taken Work on laying the rock base on',4\,

-,.-- the morning of July 3rd, a car last Thursday morning at the following described territoryof thought It 'a !good Idea. to Hoputy Hertta mated. ha wasI road 68, front Hampton to Inter,

The list of appointments of tag driven by Mr. Stanley, It Is claimedwas home of her daughter Mrs. II. LBrownleo Clay 'coiimy: plunt strawberries for another sea I one hundredth prisoner! he had sect with the Brooker road via',,: __

all'lItfor!:: 1931 hag been completed run lnloou_ /a curve south- .. were conducted Friday Beginning::;, where Black Creek son. My thought! along this line 'Inner-pi luted and photographed Hampton Beach, wan started Monday ..' ____

by W, S. McLIn acting motor west of the river bridge at WorthIngton morning at 10 o'clock from the Intersects with the St Johns river Is that every man who hits beei for Aluchun (county the III1blraIJlng.b.dn.. dona ,,___

vehicle commissioner who an- Springs, by a car driven by Baptist church interment followIng running up said creek to whereIt following| strawberry growing an a Hicks had no marks or scratches with convict labor. Several cars.

nounced that appointees would be Rimes. Mr. Stanley was accompanied In the family lot at Crosby! forks, thence up south prong to business' ehoulil go right alongwith all souvonlrs of his long hike of lime rock were on the Hampton. _ _

notified within a week. Mr. Mc- by his wife and daughter Lake cemetery. Rev. Thomas Hansen the point where township line dividing lila buslne In fact 1 think horugli the woods He had evl- siding In inndlnemi for the work toemit ,

LIn said the list was made up from the little child being mortally Injured : of Jacksonville, assisted by 5 and 6, thence due west on I tlioHO farmers who are able financially ..leIUybeen lost In the Spring: / Hillsection' Monday. afternoon. The road

large number of ap/llcants. and expired shortly after Rev.G. P. Raymond pastor of the said line to Bradford, county: line, should plunt as luiKoly all its au'u'ordiiiig to Deputy will Im 18 feet In width, with a..1.1I _'

Tag distributors will receive the the accident, in the Alachua county Starke Baptist church, conducted thence north to Duval county line. possible within reasonable limits! Morten he had coveted the situw //I-hll'h Imparted tock base and'

new tags December 1 and they may hospital. the services. Funeral arrangements All territory Included therein to 1 This will give employment to those! ground t twice but he wu...j.apable surface treatment '

be displayed! on/cars; December 15. Charges were made that Rimes were in charge of the DeWitt be annexed to Duval county. A i who are not In position to go sliced of IIlttlrllC'a.. lien-line through the Jhl stretch of highway willconnect :

Mf.. McLIn said, that all motor at the time of the accident, was C. Jones Company. ? vote of sentiment was taken Immediately with planting on I their own account. wood and undorhrush) to his farm with road 13 at Hamptonand

vehicle tags must be secured by under the influence of liquor and Pallbearers were G.1.. Alderman resulting In 54 citizens .- There does not seem to be hear Hampton despite his storyof will connect with the Starke-" '

January 1, 1931, and that there made no effort to stop having told W. J, Epperson, J, F. Kick in territory affected for annexation any reason why good strawberrlell'l I his hazy state of mind Brooker road near the! Wynn \

will be no extension of the time witnesses that he had not even applied liter, J. M. Brownlee, II. B. Mc- to Duval county withouta properly packed S place ?4 "

limit for procuring them. his brakes.Considerable Clendon C. F. Hoover; honorary, dissenting! !Vote. good prices next spring. Country. APPEAL SOON S ... }______
interest is manifested J. W. Morgan, L. V.'. Klckllter, W. wldo businese! depressions* have i no.tun TO WARD AGAINHT t _ _

In the case the court room T. Weeks. L. C. Powell A, M. J. L. Strickland spoke for annexation generally been of short duration, I OIL I LIAHH: ; HI''UI\TION; ;
giving stage demonstration TO BE FILED _ _ _
j
School Gifts being crowded with witnesses and Darby N. B. Plummer and the chances are that the prell. -
of the critical crisis, educatIonally -
Adkins is Mrs. Butch was born at Cedar ent There will lx no ot"
spectators. J. C. con- one will have passed Into his I recurrence _ _
Will Be MadeOut ducting the examination for the Keys 82 years ago and was 4he in and northwest progressively Clay that exIsted to-- tory IonIC before the next straw Hlttt. tee ('4I rut !),Ulon. of Judge I boom time speculation In Florida::,

state and Harry MacDonald, of widow of the late Newton A. county berry crop in ready to market," 4\. '.. 'AilklnM llohllnif l UC..lth If the trustees of Internal improva-) _ _
day. blurred when
Many"eyee two
1 Douglas and McDonald Is repre- BUtch former well known railroad charmln ., hlrhly- esteemed lly ICIwtrorutlou In Flop.liln ment fund can help It, it was de ] _ _
:
of a total of 266'state scholarships senting Rimes.-Gainesville Eve- commissioner, who died during ladles came1! the'lage young who (C'llirKK; TIlu..I':1I'TIVI: : as |L'ii<*<)iMtlfutlon' J termined when Gov. Doyle E. Carl:'
upon
offered each yeew; at the ning News.July 29th. tFIKLDS 1921. During her husband'sten tori suggested that the body relter- ', r
could I not Intelligently read the
University of Florida and the FlorIda S years in office Mrs. Butch Jived 1 ate-ltd stand that no oil leases b. '
In print. Many others II From reports of losses, by chicken The date's appeal from th, daIn ..
State College for Women there NOT A STRAGGLER In Starke and:after the death of same program predicament, yet students of} thieves It Is evident that an organized Ion of Circuit Judge A, Z. Ad- granted unless adequate guaran* *
are 133 vacancies to be filled by her husband made her home with band I lit ilnw of Union county'holding tees! are given< that a bona fide afij
at work In this. un-
examinations In the various coun- Through what the commandant her daughters, Mrs. J. E. Futch of an month's over-crowded school term.ungraded Rev. G.six-A. section, three successful hauls being constitutional the state law ....- fort will be made tbat the.leasors,j ________
called a "clerical .error" astraggler's DeLsnd and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee of the property will drill for oil v_ _ _ _
ty seats on August 12, W. S. Caw- I'revatt of Mlddleburg! followed made during the last few abllshlng the electrla chair for , ,4,
_ _
reward was Issued for of Starke. The board also adopted! a policy ,
thou state superintendent of public with good points and nights. A raid was made on the capital punishment In Florida, will .
instruction announced Wed Charles Fields while he was on Mrs. Blltch is survived by two Interesting.many Hon. U E. Wade very, state prison farm's poultry plant be flied In the suprem court In of making no refunds or adjustmants !
leave visiting his mother, Mrs. Senator S. ou contracts for state lands:
sons, DUtch superintendent Tallahassee In j
nesday. Green Cove Springs spoke In deep and a large number of fowls He- ax soon: as an error
The scholarships are of two Charles Fields and tbe dally papers of the state prison farm at and enthnslaist cured while the thieves secured the transcript of the rase can haorrectett. under control of the organization.,']
carried It as news. Mrs. Fields Ralford and Stewart II.: Dutch, legibility was where the board wan In a poltkoi. ,
kinds: county and senatorial. One for' Clay county and Its pople. 75 head from Mrs. Perkins' yardIn (' Attorney General Fred _ _ 4
county scholarship Is awarded for enlisted the aid of CongressmanGreen also of Ralford and three daughters Starke and Wilmer Holtzendorf II. Davis said Friday, to carry out Its end of the con-
At 1:45 Hon. J. I. Tib-
p. m. tract ___ _ p
In straightening the matter Mn. T. N. iLimbstugh) of The ,
each representative in the lower bet of Doctor's Lake spoke makIng lost 25 head. Tuesday night the attorney general received
house of the state legislature toeachof and has given out the following Lakeland. Mrs. J.' B. Futch of De- and thieve attempted to raid PerryJohnll' the transcript,. but he found there! S ', _ '
many deep advisory CJtOICUIIUUJ I1LIMU.VU ':,. _ _ _
telegram to the congressman from ,Mrs. H. L. Brownlee of ,
Land had been omission and he
an
Institutionsof
the two state poultry yard but left the returned -
: points followed by G. N. Klkea of I'lUMiltAM{ IS AMRITIOUH'jAtlanta ""
higher learning. One senatorial the commandant at Hampton Starfte. Jacksonville' who Insisted upon or- arena when they were fired upon. the papers to the clerk of ",,
- ?
scholarship Is awarded for each Roads, Va.: During her life time Mrs. Blltcb the circuit' court of Unloir county '
anlzatlon the citizens. i. Go.
senator to each of the two state "Hon. R. A. Green, Starke Fla. was devout member the Baptist ; among WKMTKKV: UMOV IMIV for correction. Davis said the cane July 25.One of,: -
( 1\1. Inman of Starke advocated: prparden..s the most ambitious tti '
> road bulldln* .
Institutions. In reference, to Charles Fields, regret church and was well ,known IIOLDH'ANNUAL I'H'.MC should come up for oral argument
> economy, education, programs of the south !Is under
.
through clerical oversightstraggler's throughout 'this' section of the before the supreme court within "aproxlniately ; _ _
The state superintendent an- politeness in policy. Closing way In Georgia. Contracts of
reward was Inadvert- state. Her funeral was attendedby The Association of Western Un- 30 days. ap'f
nounced that the following vacaj-: speech by Rev. Carpenter, of $1,000,000 month
ently sent out. Same has been friends. from over ,the state, ion Employee!: headed by Simon P. The decision of Judge: Adkln per Y, ,
des exist this year. Green Cove Springs spoke of larger will be l I.t fof the next several : ,
cancelled. Have telegraphed and the beautiful floral offerings were nonunion, district tramc super was In a habeas corpus case of J.w _ '
County scholarships to the University counties less counties minds months Captain J. W. Barnett _ _ ,
written Mrs. Fields today Julygl banked about the casket attesting visor; Charles E. Harrison traffic Buchanan who was mvcd/ j
needless official chairman of the
-of Florida from the following expressing regret for Inconvenience to tba esteem In which. she had heavy overhead.would be economical and manager, and J, B. Cheatham. from electrocution by only a short board announces. state highway- _ _ _. "

counties: Baker, Bay and worry caused her. No been held. The state departmentwas expense superintendent, held its annual time 1 for the killing of W. C. Mob- j'

Bradford Broward Charlotte. Citrus disciplinary action involved. Com represented by Hon. W. V. fair to all real government of the' outing at Klngsley lake Sunday. ray, federal prohibition agent Projects aggregating $1,000,000 _ _ _
the and for the already have helen I'
Clay Collier, Columbia, Dade Hon. W. people, by people made public for ______
mandant. Knott. state treasurer I' Approximately 200 employee Buchanan was convicted of shootng Juljr '*1. ___
people> so said by Abraham Lin- aodpreparations are already
(two),, DeSoto. Duval Escambla S S. Cawthon. .superintendent of and their families attended the affair Mobray to death and also J. _

len (two)*. .Gllchrlst., Glades Mayo, commissioner of agri represented and a predominating the morning .In a motorcade to the when they attempted tosearch* his month 000,000 of In construction durIiiWtho,:'j. _ _

Gulf Hardee, Herando Hlllsbor- Arcadia Fla., July 25.-A report culture. They were accompaniedby wllllngnens among the citizens pre- Strickland picnic ground An en- farm home for liquor, In Taylor August _ _
.
Work
railed that, If Duval county .ref used that can be completed by:
ough River; Jackson of the DeSoto County Co-op-
Jndlan Cade E. Sbackleford represen. tertainment program was presented con aty. '
to accept our solicitations we December 1, will be let In Nortli Y'
'two' ), Jefferson Lafayette. Lake, erative Vegetable Growers Asso- atlve-elect from Leon county. under the direction of Robert Buchanan was remanded to the
and Middle
would appeal to Bradford county Georgia and work thatwill '
Leon Levy, Madison (two), Mar- ciation and the Nocatee Co-opera- S O'Dea. kingfish of the Jacksonville f penitentiary for life by Judge Ad- Into the '
run winter
the additional
annexation with
for months
Ion (two), Martin Monroe Nassau tlvve Growers association shows ORLA.VDO, FLA., HIIII'S F1KHT chapter of the association assisted kin,,' ruling bec'a II lie ho prevlousy ,, 6-
will
territory Including KIDfsley'Lake.Closing !HO to South Georgia It l Is. _ _
have Just HOMO C'ARLOAD OF GKU:$ I -
Okaloosa, Okeechobee. Palm that these associations by George Mcintosh and J. Lor- !Had l>"eu given that sentencefor planned to keep the
prayer, Rev, G. A. Pre constructionsforrett '
Reach (two). Pasco Plnellas enjoyed a stlsfactory season, baying rains Clllrn. killing Brandt.

'two), Polk (two), Santa Rosa marketed some $40,000 worth Orlando Fla., July 25..-A car- vatt.Temporary committee: J. L.trleklani Following a session of bathingIn Judge Adklno held the law tile winter busy months practically In the all southern during t,r_ _ I

Sarasota Seminole, Sumter Tay- of vegetables. load of Orange county grapes left Mrs. Mettle Strickland, the lake and acqua-planlng under renting .the plm-trlo chair wa tier of counties ; :

lor. Union, Vol usia.. Wakulla and The farmers in this section/ are this city late last week for the 1""'. D. Lang Mrs Daisy Lang the direction of It, A. Rhodes, Illegal herd u n." it provided (hat S I'" iI41' _
Washington.* ; fall plantingsand New York markets and this said dinner was served (the
preparing for the picnickers tile prIson superintendent. be the Illl S I'Olt Hl'llKAI'IVf ( ,
Senatorial scholarships to the it Is expected that the truck that this car Is the. first solid car The gathering was purely social executioner. lie held this was II- ____ ,1 t' ;;i

''nlverslty of Florida Districts acreage this fall will be the largest load of grapes ever to be shipped Plant City Pluiit City Public/ and entirely free from speechmak- legal since the prison iiiperlnten- Bid will l te received by th.; ', '

""ne. three, four five seven 1%. ever known in tbe history of De- from this county. Servlo:. Company to Install red log:. dent Is neither elected by the voters state road department August/ Iltb.i

1 17, 21, J4, 26,. 28. 31, 33 and Soto. county. The grapes were of the Deacon igbt: at intersection of State road nor appointed by the governor for tar prime and oil asphalt for',] ,
.6 house whichIs variety and the quality was said to No. 17 sad Thonotosassa road at Work will start soon rebuildingand '
The new packing S project 713. road 28. In Columbia.. :; I j
County scholarships to the Flor- to be built here this fall has be good. Prices received were western. limits of city surfacing stretch of road between Ztphyrhlll. Fifth ave., boulevard county, running from Watertowujl '

ida state College for Women: done much to stimulate the Interest quite satisfactory. S East Point and Carrabelto.Jacksonville being Improved for mora than to thw Union county line and baa ., '
Cal- increased plantings. The crop la about two weeks Marianne Lime Products Company S e
Baker Bradford. Brevard for just recently: been completed and; "
houn. Citrus, Clay. Collier Co- S later than usual In ripening. The received contract to build -- Walker's Shoe one mile through heart of city. ready for the priming coat and j

lumbia' (two), Dade Dixie Duval Arcadia-The first car load of aim oftho grape producers of the about 30 miles of highway In Jackson Store IS West street, opened.St. Florida Publ'c! Service Company surfacing. _ _

'two), Flagler Franklin. Gads- Big Stem Jerseys shipped from stats )18 to get their grapes on the and Bay counties on Road No. Petersburg Conway Corporation asking permission to build power S I;;" ___ __

den, Ollchrtet plades. Gulf Hamilton Arcadia brought $952 cash on the markets a few weeks earlier than I. between Panama City and CoJ- capitalized at S,000, line from Tavares to Mount Dora, Perry Work started on State',_ _ _

and Hernando platform. any other grape producing section j I ondala. granted charter along Lake Shore Road No. 19 at this. place

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remark 'We don't smoke clg- as tapeworm. Flies that Ouse
GOVERNOR, FARM ItOtllDSI the ,
t <' FARM .IV AM OTHERS TO UK are'ten.' access to poultry manure an, .i
k ry 6 WRUF PROGRAM revealed this most sure to carry tapeworm
K.UIMVKKK: ; Hl'KAKKKH "Sister Irene gn
FARM NEWS SECTIONConducted L "The Voice of Florida" morning that It is not toffee: that c and very likely other trouble i It

G + Gainesville Fla Hon. Doyle has been going daft for 20 daysIn I possible, keep all poultry mantra
e I I I Mllw I Carlton, Governor of Florida, will the containers, but milk and or- in a fly-proof pit and In am a[

t Gainesville, Fla.-Florida farmers be one of the chief speakers on ange juice. Coffee men came by as far away from both young lad!
By who take their noon rest near Wednesday program of Farm- the scores to find the !brand of old stock aa Is Possible.

a radio may enjoy a program of err./ Week. At 11 o'clock on the coffee the boys drink, only to find HOT WK.\TIKrtSUG: T. D. RICKENKAKER, County Agent farm talks and entertainment, be- morning of August 13, he will ad- they; drink no coffee" mentioned the need of sanitation

ll t i MISS\ PEARL JORDAN, Home Demonstration AgentFarmers' ginning at 1:16:: : Eastern Time, dress the general gathering of all Further comment is hardly necessary -, It Is particularly Important for the poultry quarters >'I i h"
i and planned especially for them visitors In the auditorium of the during the warm summer months column, It lane .of the mos ,m'
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I ; by the Florida Agricultural Extension University ot Florida The gover- that all of the eggs sent to market port ant factors there Is in. aceastu'l
Service; being broadcast over nor has accepted tile Invitation,, poultry raising and .
Week I' I II :.MIKTITIIKKK: ; : STATE; should be infertile. The male 'm' II
state WJIUF The tendered him A. : the most often
_ station programfor by P Spencer neglected
Mrj' HINTS TO IIOfSKWIVESj I ASSOCIATES! TO mol I birds should never be allowed with ; ont 0\1,
y. Plans Interest j I I II next week follows: vice-director of the Agricultural InI.lunns': : WKKKGainesville. ; : the laying flocks except during the this time of the year there I> m-,
Sat Aug. 2-Florida Farm Extension Service, to be present ly to be a great deal of 11010(0neck | ,
j Weekly from Homo Demonstration breeding season.Whether
I I News und Hints U. S. Farm Scl and speak on that day which often proves
t I ( Agent Fla.-Three state- fertile or not the eggs faiai ''c.,
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rj' FloridaVomen
enre Snapshots f I The 11 o'clock hour each day from the birds due to there being .
wide associations will hold their should always be kept away ?
I Mon., Aug. 4-Meeting Florida :during Farmers' Week !Is reservedfor dead chicken or two, or rats
'In 111-11'1':1'1; Farmers' Radio Club. outstanding. inspirational annual meeting during Farmers' the direct rays of the sun and for carcasses of other animal '>r
Gainesville, Fla.-A home economics Week held at the College of Ag- that matter away from any avoid- about'
Tues., Aug. 6-Root-Knot and speakers. The sectional programsof which the birds may find
ana
meetIng rlculdire 11-16, accordingto able heat. They depreciate very eat
program featuring a Fig Spread"' l : August
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IIChh Ants as Seedbed Pests-J. R the morning will close at that Many other kinds of Infection
rapidly during the warm months lend
ta of the state council of senior' ThIs 1 18 made from the broken Watson, entomologist, Florida Experiment -'time, so that visitors may assemble official notice received here to result from careless and
lar'r'
+ from the different presidents and mast be carefully guarded In uimuu
4 home demonstration workers, gen- figs of over-ripe stock. Clip off Station. Bee Diseasesand all together: Itary conditions about the pouitn
the of A consistentlay
course.
't eral! and special section stems, run through coarse food Inspection-H. E. Foster, On Monday, August 11, the lionThe State Dairymen's Associa every way yards. It will pay )'ou'ell u
nl, programs of good weight well-textured, ?
eel ,
will meet Dairy' Day
on
: grinder Heaxure. Place In heavy apiary Inspector, State Plant speaker will be Dr. John J. Tigert, sped the poultry range frequpn,
heat in health, clothing, foods, sewing, I Thursday, August 14. Committees chalk-white eggs will net a hand-
44liMtn aluminum kettle, and cook until Board. Hoard. president of the University of ly for things of thin kind ,,
.diaaf rug making home Improvement thickened Add 1-2 to 3-4 measure Wed.. Aug. 0 Results of Some Florida. On Thursday, Dr. O. E. will meet at 8:45: a. m., and the some profit during the summertime hock up on them as and, .'
and will be presented at general meeting will be called to as long as they are well caredfo. I. you w..ul
tablfHI basketry of West Florida Baker of
of sugar to one measure Demonstrations on the United States De- for a playground for
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( xIL4 r'h the ninth annual Farmera'Veek, fig pulp and cook: to 221 degrees Farms-J. Lee Smith, district extension partment of Agriculture, will order by 'President J. P. Love, Tal- .'. youngsters. your> '.t;
\ held at the College of Agriculture, !'. and Primer Fri- lahassee, at 9: 30. It l id suggested that during the
I'ack In hot jars, seal agent. Bill and Abe. make the main address. On '
I' The state council of Senior summer the amount of gra'n'! being
; +; August 11-16.: process by boiling I 5 minutes. This for Town Farmers. day, August 16, thit dosing date
: Accenting, to the program; just makes a most wholesome "spread"for Thurs., Aug, Mushrooms and for Farmers' Week, M. C, Gay, Home Demonstration Work will fed should be cut down. The
issued by; the Florida Agricultural; hold its meeting, Instead of the green growing things that the HEADACHERELIEVED
lunches may also bo used for TOlld toolll-J.ordman t, mycologist representing the Federal Farm
i Extension Service the home economics Home Economics program, Wednesday birds will pick up on the range
cake Stale
fillings and Ice cream. Florida Experiment board, will talk on, the| workings
4 ;, !>> program will begin at :2 I morning beginning at during the summer time of course
also be Interview with of
p sew' Over-ripe figs may pre- n. Cooperative I the Board.
I( o'clock, Monday, August 1, and 8:46.: Mrs. B. W. Summer Bonita will be particularly wholesome fqr . QUICKLY
j
r ; tlta 11' cooked In open kettle, without federal Farm Board Specialists. The program from 11 to 12 CARTERS nil !
r the i ir ; during the evening Home Demonstration sugar, packed solid In jars and Fri., Aug' 8-Ups and Downs of each day will broadcast over Springs, Lee county, Is president: them Sudan grass is very good I i'vea" ( Purely corrects V.el.bll fill
quickly
r! Does It Pay to Neglect of the council. for a .chicken range. It grows the
sterilized for use In baking and Spuds Johnson, Florida farmer. WUUF. I PILL" [ digestive disturb-
f the Mothers and Music In the The Association well In hot and dry weather and
r' ? for making ice cream. Jill! and Abe. M State Bee Keepers' 1 removes the intestinal
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( Home and Community will be dlsJ 'I'c'tocl"' Figs Sat., Aug9-Late Farmers'Week ) will hold their meeting Thursday If it Is kept mowed so that It does poisons, and sick headache

; 4! i r J cussed. Tuesday morning's: program Firm, ripe figs are sorted grad News Review, and Farm IUItlSU'Ol'S( FLIERS: and Friday morning, beginning not become long and stemy, will quickly aptonic Your whole system -
c.. will present a discussion of lints. SET; 1'000! KXAMI'I.KH at 8:45: according to President provide a wholesome and profit- enjoys effect, constipa
P te ..d r. the state health program, and of ed for size and washed. Pie-cook roil ,UU IUC.\N YOUTH J. W. Barney, Jlradenton. able range for the birds. Ucnvanishea,and you feel! renewed
figs from 2 to 6 minutes. .
? Ophthalmia and Its Relation to Drop These meetings are a part of Heat brings the house flies. That vigor.; Avoid bromides and dope,
': Nutrition. Wednesday morning Into boiling, spited: vinegar pre- Slii':ELY APPOINTKI: ) (Dy Spuds Johnson.) the annual Farmers' Week pro- may mean a lot of trouble with they are depressing and harmful.

4 .., the State Council meeting Is sched- pared as follows:: Six lbs. sugar, 4 EXTENSION. HERVim<: It boys and girls are inclined to gram, and will not interfere with your poultry flock unless it is All Druggists 25c and 75c red pkgsCARTER'S

t'' : ;t ilrr. uled. On Thursday morning Adult qts. water, 2 qts. vinegar, 1-4 oz. ANIMAL Hl'HIIM MAN take fliers as their' heroes, they farmers and farm women attend. made impossible for the flies to ig !PIUS
each whole cloves cinnamon and
; Education and the Rural Library will do well to emulate the examples ing the various sections transfer contagious aliments such

and the County Flower allspice all In -a spice bag. Gainesville, Fla. Walter J. set by Col. Charles A. -- .-. .,__ --. - -.,.. --- -- - -
Show will be feature talks. Friday Boil until figs are transparent.Allow Sheeley, former livestock agent for Lindbergh after he flew to Paris ---' --- --- '-' -

morning will feature Horn to stand over night. It sy- the Atlantic Coast Line KallrVad over three years*ago; and by the -

testinutf Industries and a dress review f rup is thin-may drain off fruit and a graduate of Clemson College Hunter Brothers after they finish
; Each of the sectional programs: and concentrate to a boiling point began work as Extension ed their record endurance flightat
'i will present a number of outstanding of about 219 to 220 degrees F. and Animal Husbandman July 21, according Chicago recently. r

f tUov, speakers, and a program plan- return' to fruit. Heat fruit and : to an announcement by A. The first thing Lindbergh call-

'4tf > ti1 ned: especially for the women es- syrup to boiling and seal boilinghot ..*. Spencer,s vice-director of the ed for after completing his flight ,
; 1 ", peclally Interested In that section In jars. i'lorida Agricultural Extension which kept hjm In the air continuously Meeting
Isabelef
'i Among the speakers for the week S. Thursby, Service. The position was made for 33 hours and 30 min- '.
.
i f'are Mme. Charlotte, Interior decorator possible by a cooperative agree- utes was a glass of milk and a

'vi'' New York and Daytona ,, NKUHiimV; : HKKRPORI; ; ment between the U. S. Bureau of roll. Not a glass of champagneor

1 !4 Beach; Dr. Henry Hanson, Dr ILK IIIHTIUIIUTKH; Animal Industry and the Agrlcul- a soft drink, not any stimulantfor
:r. )LuclJ Spire Blachly, and Dr. F MANY FINE ANIMALS ural Extension Service. this daring young man of steel the Needs of Millions

3 A. Brink, fit the State Department Mr. Bheely, beside his experience nerves. He knows too well what

,.j i of Health;' Dr. Paul Eaton; Major Newberry, Fla.-A purebred with the railroad, has serv- stimulants do to those steel

f' W. F. Floyd Prof. E. L. Lord, Hereford sale, at which Florida ed as an agricultural teacher, and nerves. -
'/ and Proto Frazier Rogers of the farmers purchased 13 bulls and 6 as county agent in South Carolinaand And noW the Literary Digest -
', 'College/ of Agriculture! ; Dr. H O heifers, was recently' held here In Georgia, as well as Extension quotes the following interesting of People

,;{, Enwall, University of Florida; cooperation with P. C. Cummings Livestock Agent In South Carolina comment about the Hunter Broth : II

and Nfl Ida Keeling Cresap, Esperlr' &: Son, Donaldaonvllle, da.:; the era: ,-
1, moot Station librarian; William State Livestock Sanitary Board; Ills office will be at the Collegeof "A cigarette company offered I

M' ttlo i Gomme Plnellas county agent; and the College of Agriculture. Dr. Agriculture in Gainesville, and the Hunters 110,000 to endorse Its
tJ )' 1 11nd<| .ft. large number of home znakr J. V. Knapp, of the Board; and Dr. he will work with farmers and brand. They turned It down with

, 'j Cano J "> ., home demonstration agents, A. L. flhealy, and W. J. sheely, of livestock owners In the state in
l44. and ntiMsIon) workers; with the the College coopearted In putting the Improvement of beef cattle

1 8Ut Homo Demonstration DemOnstration the sale across. A large crowd hogs and sheep. P ..

in Ciidlol r Department; and attended thla the first purebred -- .- COFFINS & CASKETSAnd

.,' others beef sale !In this section. HECOND CROP ARMYWORM Full Line of
)i., $, NOW FEEDING a
f x. 1f B. J. Kenzer, secretary of the
J MAY 1)0 l\Il'CIIII.\R 1 Undertakers'
Tt'RLINOTON WILL ATTEND American Hereford Breeders' Association Supplies

t c INTERNATIONAL; MEET previous to attending AUTOMOBILE HEAIISKAlwn7
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, Gainesville, Fla. second I
i 1 :' 'b -..:.- the sale, spent considerable time .
Hand. The beat
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i" tin: Gainesville, Fla. Dr J. E. studying cooperative pasture and generation of army worms, which .....1..* at th* lowe. prlc' ....
emerged In late July, are now doIng ,
; t.. Turlington, professor of agricultural beet cattle experiments at the Experiment Special attention to telegraph" .
' f1 r n<1an I considerable damage In many -
economics of the Florida Station In Gainesville. .......
ant of: ; '
Two of the bulls boughtby sections of the state; feeding
were
I. College of Agriculture, will attend REGISTEItEDDFWITT EMBALMER IaP'i
**vk chieflY on peanuts, cane,
cowpeas
Farms .
rallforl the International Conference of Penny and two by G C.Chalrea. .
and lawn and meadow grasses, J.n C. JONES
( i f ; Agricultural Economists held at Old Town. One bull was
5-on
Watson, entomologist with the FLORIDA
purchased by each of the following BTAItKE.
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s .I and"P Ithaca, New York, August 18-29.
d Florida Experiment Station, has
tr : Dr J. V. Knapp Tallahassee
r While In New York he will visit ;
1 0 l Cornell University where three J. H. Anderson, Old Town; W, L. observed.He ,
I Ali I'It' ; members of his departments are Watson Trenton; W. H. Dudley; stated that there were a very
; l lv1 A. J, Cone Williston J, few. natural parasites this season,
J. Low-
t! ..'..d ': doing graduate work. ; 'OVER
1t II' ;, He will then spend some time at man, Willlston; Oeo. Cannon, Ing- and the blackbirds were getting WORkED
rd.rrord ". the U. 3. Department of Agriculture : lls; G. M. HlKhsmtth. Montbrook; only a few of the worms. Crops tiJRVE: The loto-priceJ mtomobil ha brought greater opportunity
C In Washington. and W,:'II.[ Folks, Dunnellon Two should be watched carefully, andIf t mad miU d hour of recreation to million omen and _m....
t uh1InAI Watson Trenton; two by W. II calcium or lead arsenate dust
i i1Nt A 4-H club radio program will Tate, Trenton and two by Penney one pound to four or five of by- -
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be broadcast over a national hookup Farms. drated lime, or with a poison bait BZCAUSE the automobile is such an Im ment In the methods of the day before:

}!e t, of'45 stations of the NBC chain .- made by mixing one pound of factor In the lives and prosperity Hard vrork usually find the way.
+ Saturday, August 2, beginning at Farmers' and Fruit Growers paris green with 25 pounds of
., +, 4/ of so many people, the purpose of Once it wall thought Impossible to castgray
12:45, eastern time. Florida stations Week will be held at the Collegeof bran and moistening with two and
: broadcasting the program Agriculture, Gainesville August one-halt gallons of water the Ford Motor Company is something iron by the endless chain method.All .

will be WJAX and WIOD. i 11-15. more'than the manufacture of
L. South Mrs. R. 4 mere a precedent was against it and every
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) ,u 1. .. E. Brenan took over managment w: dr motor ear. previous experiment had failed. But fair

.l 0+ laud a -- -and the Worst is Yet t to Come corner of Lee of Jackson Myrtle Hotel avenue, located and Lou.at* There is no service in simply setting prices to the public demanded that'waste.

,rr 9f Ft ua ud\ Isa street. up a machine or a plant and letting it ful methods be eliminated. Finally the

+ orm tarn ont goods. The service extends into way was found.

TIE IS FREE every detail of the business -:- design, Abetterwayof making axle shafts saved

rRa 1 production: the wage paid and the sellIng thirty-six million dollars In four years.A .
ttlOM DANCER. WHO. IVIN WHEN UP TO your ears in work-
) .h...to 1 SAJEIS: ON HIS GIMR.D"-JyM every nerve at high tension. price. AD are a part of the plan. new method of cutting crankcases reduced

''r, ) No wonder you snap at the wife The Ford Motor Company looks'upon the cost by $500,000 a year. The
i rte
? : jO,1Y and bark at the children.
t u Nor \ I Il Watch out! Overworkednerves Itself aa eharged with making an automobile perfection of a new machine saved a

f may l lead to Sleeplessness that will meet the needs of similar amount such little
on a
I thing a*
Nervous Headache, Nervous
[4BV l art. tH I f t Indigestion and a hont: of million of people and to provide it at a one bolt. Then electric.welding was developed

., other unpleasant disturbances. low That 1s Ita mission That
r derI price. is to make bolts
aon Why don't you try Dr. Mile. many unnecessaryand
g I r, Si ra1'I' Effervescent Nervine Tablets? Its duty and its obligation to the pnhlle. to Increase structural strength. .
Just: one in a half class of
( r F.HlahMd men of IntKucry guard water makes a pleasant sparkling The search for better ways .of doing Just little while ago, an endless chain
i clrp2 the"Mecca" and ..(etc of their buiiMM : drink delightfully soothing things .. never-ending. There Is cease almost four miles
by of conveyor long was la
t piovhilng In dma propmiT. to overtaxed
h I I d dWIIH1) trw.tunim.g.nor powbl InIIfurtUn.of Dr. Miles' nerves.Nervine Is now less, untiring effort to find new method. stalled at the Rouge plant. This conveyor

made In two forms-Liquid and and machine that will
new and
; Stock: buunnccMoti .JIM ,1uK1 l save steps baa a daily capacity of 300,000
n Both have parte'Weighing
Effervescent Tablet.
lit ,.,... Ic Mreguwrd your buoiby pvncnng time in manufacturing. The Ford
witee you igaliur.Ion by fira.HAROLD the same soothing effect. plants more than 2,000,000 ponbc .

';;- q' j X..,sae__'.Jet,,,.,,, $1.00 at your drug store sure", In reality a great mechanical unitrer.Ily By substituting the tireless, unvarying

4. j u.'uat JaR dedicated to the advancement of' machine for tasks formerly done by hand

q C. WALL Industry. Many manufacturers come to it has made the' day's work easier for
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N ,,. lllJ INSURANCE see and share the progress made. thousands of workers and saved time and

l r -- The greatest progress comes by never money In the manufacture of the 'ear.AH .

: iAr + fit STARKE._ __ __ FLORIDA-- --------. -.c __ __ __ .. _____ -_ ____ standing still. Today' method, however of, these things are done In the _
U11.y; ( ill ( uecessful, can never be taken as wholly interest of the public- so that the

;' 1'91 I I II (( ( t(( (i it it right. They represent simply the benefits of -- -- -

(. i N 6r t '' ( t (\ ) : YES We can charge your HRS best efforts of the moment. Tomorrow transportation reliable may, economical be placed I

8 moat bring an improve-' within the means of everjr one!

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trl-state celebration, which was east of Dunnellon, stated that he until ;;er- the hearing. I climbed out of tils tree today after guilty of violating the state game "'

scheduled for August 9 and 10. expects to harvest approximately being up 212 hours. I laws by a jury in Collier county i

News of Florida In Short Paragraphs I has been postponed until some 25 or more tons of grapes from West Palm Beach -. Bula Crok- -- Saturday and each WAS sentenced +

time In September, according to thin vineyard: this season. This er. widow of the lato TammanyHall TamTIWork\ of dredging up",to pay a fine of $200 and costs.I rl

an announcement last night by will be the largest i out-put that chieftain: and a descendant of an Island In out Hlllmborough bay The defendants, however posted ;t

Mayor John T. Aslop, Jr. Inabil- this vineyard has ever, had. This Chief Sequo>'ah of the Cherokee near the mouth of the Alafla river I I bonds of $400 each and their attorneys .

ty of Governors Hardman of Georgia vlnevard I faces' the old Dun lie lion nation, in making a $1,600 dona- and ot excavating a channel the I announced the case would ,

[ LIVE STATE NEWSTOLD I and Graves of Alabama, and and Ocala road. It Is seven years I tion to county charities today confided bay, with a big turning basin and be appealed to the circuit court On r w 9

Bobby Jones to be here was givenas old and has 3,000 or more vines. to the county commissionthat ship anchorage, has been competed -I the grounds; that the game law under ''

the reason to be here was givenas she iitlll adheres to much ot for the American Cynamld com' I which they were convicted InJ te

the reason for the delay In stag Graceville J. M. Kirkland: the Cherokee religion although: a pany's plant according: to announcement J t unconstitutional The Polk officers ,r"' "'

DY OUR ing the mammoth entertainment. who for several years has ginnedthe Roman Catholic. Two of the by Uarle: E. Baird engineer were arrested several weeks o' 1M

EXCHANGES I first bale of new cotton and "nine commandments" of the for the company, who has ago with ven loll In their posses

-... '. _00_'-,- r - ...... _ -.a- Tampa-The historic old Tampa paid a good premium, for It started Cherokee race, which she said, had charge of the work. Practically sion. The game wardens found
Bay hotel, operated as a tourist the new season Wednesday when teach that it is sinful to neglect or a y"ar118\ been required to parts of two deer In Sherllff John-

Wauchula-Improvements cost- for the coming year. hotel during the months of Jan- T. C. Adams, farmer, living a few deride the old or the afflicted, or complete the dredging operations son's automobile. Johnson and

tag In the neighborhood of $5,000 uary, February and parts of De- miles south of Graceville broughtin to refuse share with them the The company's new plant, to be hit deputy claimed they had S }

are being put In at the Florida Clt- Brooksvllle Brooksvllle Is cember and March, Is to be opened 1,412 pounds of cotton in the butts of the chase, prompted her constructed on the Island that has bought the deer from x Indians In

run Exchange packing house In soon to have a mill to turn out during the summer, for the first seed. This.made a bale weighing to make the donation, which will been created, will cost upwards of order to provide them with money

\Vauchula.Macclenny. cedar lumber according to an an- time since it was built nearly forty 630 pounds and with the seed provide furniture for the county $1,000,000 when completed, Mr. so they could purchase food and s4"

nouncement by the Salts and years ago, and will be headquarters netted about $140. The samplewas poor farm. Bulrd stated. The dredging work, medicine. The game wardens who lr

The location of nines company, mill operators of for the national conventionof good for the first bale and also Included construction of a made the arrests claim they arrested -

tWO of the South's largest nurs Andalusia, Alabama. They recently the Knights of Pythias whichis classed as middling Mr. Kirk- Jacksonville In the solitude causeway connecting the* new Island -! Johnson and Peeples on Information ,

eries In Baker county Is evidence closed a deal with L. B, to convene on August 9 and remain land operates'the largest gin plantIn of a Jail cell for the next four daysL. with the mainland I that the deer had been

of the superiority of the soil and and F. D. Sanders whereby they In session here for ten days. the state and expects to make a N. Gurgln. of Panama Park 'I purchased from a. white man .

,llmatlc! conditions and other ad- acquired 5000 acres of cedar tim- record ginning season this year. will have an opportunity to devise biianil--A tallies light airplane i -

Mintages. ber bordering the gulf. Daytona Beach Contracts (for a more humane method of break- which won the approval of Glenn! I Live Oak--Forces at both local 1rR

completion of state road No. 3 Panama CIt>----While! Felix and Ing dogs from digging holes In the H. CurtlsH, pioneer aviator before: tobacco warehouses, have been
Arcadia Following comple- from his death lust week, will be triad' busy all day receiving shipments
Tarpon Springs Excellent Bunnell through Daytona Newkirk Southerland sons of \Mr. ground. He Is serving a five-day
are being 'paid for the un- tion of its new railroad to a larga Beach to Allamlale are expectedto and !Mrs. N. Sutherland of this city sentence for .cruelty to ,lanlmuls out here tomorrow in its first tent of bright leaf to be stored fortomorrow's 1

prices sea product and with the tract of timber northeast of Ar be let within a few weeks and were playing) on the sands of the Gurgln tied his pup's fuel towel her, flight. Ma}. N. O Smith will be sale. Every countyin lY '

der onges already sold and those yetto cada! the Russ Lumber Company actual work to start early In the St. Andrews Beach, with a friend dug a hole In his. yard burled\ the the pilot. The plane Is radical In the North Florida belt has some

'l> be sold.' the mid-summer sales resumed operations after a shutdown fall. Acquisition of right of way, JImmIe Blount. they picked up a dog, leaving only his. muzzle above ilenlnu. The biplane wings are tobacco on the floors The two '

expected to reach the $250- of sixty days, says the Ar- now reported by county officials to rusty snuff ran that had been the earth and rolled a log over the not net at right angles, but streani- warehouses have approximately p
8io 000') mark. cadia Arcadian. The tract is located be completed, has delayed completion washed ashore Upon examination grave. Howls of the pup aroused line back at an angle of approximately two hundred thousand pounds, + ;

in the northeast of DeSoto of the work for about two they found It contained a neighbors, who called police. In forty-five degrees to the waiting for sale tomorrow They

Jacksonville L_. Completion of county and will last the lumber years the contract Is expected to scrap of water soaked paper and giving Gurgln the maximum sentence fn*eltIKe. It has a "pusher" engine will remain open all night to receive

the Jacksonville Beach-St. Augustine company several years. amount to approximately $1,009- printed on this with a lead pencil Judge Muncy Anderson said with n 30-horsepower motor tobacco. Everyone; is enthusiastic .

ocean shore highway, a 000. were the words: "Wanted help on It was "one of the most horrible capable of 1750 IU'Maet just back t over prospects for the 'g

/ of the Atlantic Coastal high- Valparaiso Since Nature, last island In the middle of the Gulf of things" he had ever bell rd.I of the cockpit: which comprises market and It Is anticipated that : .

part way system, will be speeded up year, following the high waters Jacksonville A uniform sys- Mexico" It was signed "Captain -I the entire fuselage The plane the warehouses will be crowded

with the view of finishing the pro- which broke across Santa Rosa tem of appraisal and assessment James Ward. Jacksonville Jasper Stuart, rests on three wheels, two of to overflowing before the sales r l

as soon as possible. -. Island, opened up a pass 1,000 of property In Florida was urged Jacksonville youngster who Is a! which: are under and about midway start lit 9 o'clock tomorrow morn-S
ject
feet wlcje and 12 to 14 feet deep, today by Charles P, Glover of Tallahassee -- Dismissal! of two membor of the vast treesittingarmy of the wing span while the Ing. The government grader has

Jacksonville It is estimatedthat the salty waters of the Gulf mixed Tampa before the Citizens Finance convict guards was approved today remained on his perch tonight t third Is forward. Tanks for but arrived and Is ready to render serviced -

within three years Florida's ( with the fresh waters from the and Taxation committee meeting by three members of the boardof despite t that he was bitten, four gallons of fuel are contained to the farmers. Hepre en- Ayr

contribution to the world of canned Inland streams pouring into the here for the purpose of arrivingat commissioners of state institutions by a snake. Jasper yelled and In the whin Friends of the dead tatlves of all large; buying Intere..tlt'are ,

grapefrulC"wlll reach B.OOOi- Bay, have combined to make acres definite legislation which will\ following a hearing: into the Jam.es_Dowltng, half of his ground pioneer In aviation said today that on hand waiting for the sal
to begin. Several of the ,
000 cases annually. It Is expected and acres of oyster and shrimp be recommended to the next legislature circumstances surrounding the crew came up and killed the snake. the design: ot the plane followedhis have largerconcerns

canned pineapple, of beds. to give the state tax relief death of James Campbell, negro A physician was called but discovered Ideas over a number of yearsof rented storeroom
to
pass for* their tobacco where they will
which 11,000,000 cases were sold andat,, same time provide funds convict, at a Gadsden county road the snake was ot a nonpoisonous research regarding the evolu- ya
Marianna-Reports from J.he to meet expenses of running the camp. July 11. The guards, J. R. variety and assured the boy tion of a light, safe and economical operate a redlatflbutlug plant,
lust year. Grower urged
are being tot
Dellwood section of Jackson coun- government. The committee Is to Dodd and a man named Dean, there was 110 danger. The doctor plane. '
"Bring hat tobacco to Live Oak
City-With approximately ty state that the farmers are very remain in session two years. were dismissed l yesterday follow- told Stewart he might go on sitting {
Panama and receive the bent. price In the
600 men on the job construction busy harvesting their tobacco crop, ing complaints from Gadsden If he wanted to-and Stuart said Lake Wales-.According to a South;' i
work is being pushed and that indications point to a Dunnellon-Dr. J. C. Basktn, county citizens but officials of the ''I he did. He has been up!> since Friday dispatch from Fort Myers SheriffJ

rapidly forward on the Bay Harbor fine yield. Last year the tobacco who owns a large grape vineyard, board declined to reveal .names or night. Bobby hush, 10 year A, Johnson and his deputy, C. Wutnrtown -. Large mill being I 4t,

of the Southern Kraft crop from the Dellwood section located two and one-half miles discuss the nature of the charges, old aspirant) for endurance honors N. Peeples of Bartow, were found, repaired/ here. \
plant
,
brought the ------- ----- ---- --- -------- -- --- -
Paper company, a subsidiary of growers some $40-
the International Paper company 000 and it Is anticipated that this

year's crop will equal this Income, ,

Luke City-W. H. Dowling, for- unless the price drops below thatof : f? "f ,

and division the last crop.
merly of Lake City, 'IT
engineer of the Florida State Road i /
Daytona Beach .
Department, has received an ap- Passenger L
reservations to Daytona Beach J
pointment with the Georgia State ...
Road Department as lime-rock engineer from Georgia, Alabama and South 1 ......
Carolina for the month of .
for the entire state. August I.. "
are far in advance of a year ago,
and a corresponding Increase is
St Augustine St. Augustine
fishermen tell of a whale and noted in inquiries for apartments,

bark battle off the coast the other cottages and hotel accommodations -
from Florida and neighbor- wi
the water
day that churned up
deal tag states. It was reported at the
considerably, caused a great
I chamber of commerce offices to- "
circles "
excitement In fishing :
.
day. :
and resulted in the death of the '
*it, w
whale '
Kustis : Miss Florence Smockof >;, ./t., \
-
Kustis national health cham- 'iit
St Andrews-The large United
pion, is carrying a message of r i. 1 4
of Pen-
States dredge Benyuard,
Florida to thousands of visitors to I '
Hiicolu, 1 I" now working on the port .
the American fair In Atlantic City,
channel near the gulf. Tho appropriation '
where she Is appearing In the dis- .
of the government of
play booth erected by the state .,.'
$33.000 to be used on St. Andrews
department of agriculture, and to
Ray. has made the dredging pos- >,r rli
sible. millions\ of persons all over the I
country by means of radio addresses -
-
and sound pictures. 1
Panama City The first grad-
-
ing work marking the preliminary
Arcadia Contract has been
steps toward the construction of _
let to the York Construction com-
the $300,000 pier at Bay Harborhas
N. C. the Sea- .
pany of Raleigh, by
been started and work on this
board Air Line Railway for the
project will be pushed with great
construction of a new corrugatediron
rapidity, hundreds of men being house for R. W.

employed on -the job. Burch packing, Inc., independent fruit I : 1ft.want a ciqcwetkmat 1 t

Jacksonville Jacksonville's packers and shippers. The pack- : Y p .I

municipal utilities have just closed ing house will be erected and
',
In equipped at a cost of more than
the most successful year _
$20,000 and will one of five
their history. Earnings of the packing houses operated me by the /

and electric the docks and water and terminals departments have Butch company In South Florida. 'milder cmd


shown twelve large months Increases In the past Jacksonville-- Jacksonville's ,::1: : : &i ? 0//


. -- .::.' : .
Jacksonville A Joint meeting ,
"
of representatives of the Junior \ : t ,, :
,
(. .. -
:, ,
Commerce; Hotel and "" ., .
Chamber of ..j.t: / .' _
Restaurant Men's Association saw .,''liI. .. .
"... : .:-
the beginning of plans fot"a winter '. ., bettef
..
sports program which If '. .t.t. .

adopted, will bring to Jackson- .\.': '".rf., ''M".;. ', ";"" 1 -
ville followers of many major ath-
lectio endeavors. .

toS

Bonifay Work is under way

on an addition to the Bonifay vyG : ,

public library. The improvement 't : -
_
will materially increase the room W

devoted to the library and reading

room, aftcl will otherwise greatly 4
Increase the usefulness of the

building: Smile '
'rrt

Live Oak -_ Information has at theAche"

reached here from F. D. Wilson, x estenieldM

head of the United State tobacco t t' 4tr
graders. Washington D. C:-, stat- F..

ing that It has been definitely decided Ordinary painshead.. kkfY

that government graders fY Y
ache and neuralgia, muscular 1
will be furnished the Live Oak tobacco Ih' >
pains, functional pains
market this season.
the headache and congested : /

Graceville-The two new gins feeling of a cold In the ,.., LlLDER, YES-BUT SOMETHING MORE. _

at Graceville have been tuned up head-how quickly they Chesterfield offers richness aroma satisfying .st. .

and are ready to handle what disappear when you take a. ; ?.

prom'ses! to be the largest ginning tablet or two of avor. t. . _.r---:; "- -/un
.ea 6n production heretofore. The \ BETTER TASTE-that's the answer; and : I ,

cotton prospects of the growingcrop DR.MILES.Jg what smokers in Chesterfield in full1I& l"
which Is nearing maturity, that's get 1 e ;,

up to two weeks ago were con ( Jr-11lin est measure-the flavor and aroma of mellow f .
<,
sidered. the best for years tobaccos exactly blended and cross-blended. l't.! e,
is the .
Miami Reduction of Miami's Dr.stable Miles', mint-flavored Asplr-MInt tablet Better taste and milder too '., :ar
new ,
land assessments to 50 percent, that Is making people all over .. ,
from a total of $230,000,000 to the country "Smile at the Ache" I

115,000,000, baa been ordered ISe and 25c at your drug store 1930.t.JconT6MnuT Co. a {1. J\S
by city commissioners. Total assessments 11 11utetna
Include a rOU'L! GE'TRE'.lEF
for city taxes HYWI \ CeLV }
*<$,000,000 (stem for Improvements OR YOUR MONEY BACK yyy r4r'

and aggregate $160,000,000







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;i l cigyfj. 0 In National Candy Eating Contest I New Ford Car Wins ]J Fads, Says fiyde, Urging, Sane Diet i


: -
I sense In diet, wIth a re- ,
to normal eating and a proper I ,, t :w
I of essential food staples

.j. mUIKaJ; Hiiouiit: Fun I ,, result In very definite assist

: MISS' 111':111\0\\\\:: : to agriculture and at the same
save both the Health and the
- --
j of the consumer. in the
: :Miss Laura. Lee Hemingway,
I
.
.' of Secretary of Agriculture
1:1,:t whose engagement and approaching -I I ; M Hyde.

r : man-lane to Mr. tine Wiggins food cults Secretary Hyde

;II' was announced luot week wan the .. have tended not only to

I 1 honoree at a bridge shower given vi 4LF the per capita consumption

t Wednesday afternoon by Mrs. I II 1Fk food but to divert the diet away

Clayton C. l Frank at her home on !I 1 wholesome. staple foodstuff
foods. In the mam more
4 Went Call Btreet. i ; but no more healthful or

After several spirited) : rounds of j I In nutritional content.

'.. auction bridge the attractive!' 'up this situation tersely

bride-elect was pruttented, in aJ J ; recently said:
,
0gthe novel way. with many useful, mlsrellaneoua r--'r .. the American woman Is try-

,, ,..., to lose her waist line, the farmer
gifti.Enjoying M" 0"" $

the afternoon at L .;.; ::; the his health shlrtl"of the consumer,
,, /
0' bridge: with the honoree were: .ar' I O' ,)f.. > 0 . " ; ; less than the prosperity of the

Mrs It L nrownlee, Jr. and well-
--end :the; happiness
: fed Mrs. Wade Kennedy !Mrs. J. !\I. ( ;4De. '\ of both-are Inextricably bound -'

bea :Mitchell Mi". Doyle Howard !Mrs. I I waI 't .42 Ford Phaeton in this matter of diet. is support 2fec.er.Ay

k 'd1satabJ Robert Wynn. Mrs. II. J. Davis, I -J Ford Phaeton' shown above!: Is equally government scientific and nutri I ..... -
THE experts and by unbiased in
Mrs. J. A. Saul Mrs. W II Mundy, as a sport car for young people. The seating authorities .. ...IL Dr.

Jr., Mrs. P. K Canova, Jr., MIHHGusHle 111 : vides for the: driver aid; 0.10; passenger In front and Locbead aaalstant to Dr. O. H. 4Ar,4
M Ii
Mae Bennett, Elizabeth!: and In the rear. Seats are upholstered In two.tons cross famous health and diet author ? >

I Estelle Kendrlch. Lucille Mitchell, F I ficial 'leather. of Rochester, Minn, says: normal eating and common aeni i m

Blanche Alderman, lOnnlce} PerkIns i The top Is of the quick collapsing! type, easily fad of slimness together diet and In particular to ofTsc ins

and Grace Wood J''h -' son,. and folds flat. The windshield of Triplex the ridiculous Idea that bread Is campaigns waged by various interns

A ,. : Invited In for tan( were: Mrs. L. of the folding! type and can be 'aid flat forward. The has materially reduced the benefiting financially from special
1.P of bread. That Is one diet doctrines a study bas
iiewt (;. Hemingway, Mrs. .. (1. Hemingway fold over It, emphasizing' the sport effect of the car. Drat things that a reducer cuts been made of the healthfulncsa recently ma

t tbftt' Mrs Freeman Register, .. nutritional value of bread under the

the i drs. H. W Hayes and !Mrs. U S. .5 WCE r 6 county seat last course man cannot live by direction of Dr. A. P. WOOds. director

; ,&t ( Humphrey. ....OoQ. HAMPTON Mr. Shafer, a alone, but it is without ques of scientific work in the Departmentof
Late In the afternoon Misses 8".7"615"s. gfate a most excellent article of diet. Agriculture. The report ,,f Or
HIM Ails. Mmmo Cor. road /
I when Its cost Is considered Woods. holding that "bread is the
France Hemingway, Bunny Ca- ed '
an apartment
very regrettable that Its use bas most Important and cheapest sourceof
nova and !Martllo Hemingway boarding house. In favor of inferior and I and protein in
energy the diet"
Mrs. J
I. Tucker
and childrenare
., -B-.rv. .-.il-,, the--.- -izueHts--- .- with a delicious --4 .. L.CHICAOoMen .; t&: "' ,) '...JC"'ov tortably located exjenslve) articles. One. reason was concur.ed In ty the foremos' independent .
VW lSfc. visiting friends and relativesn
i
Ice course carrying out the color, U summer months. for this decrease. In addition medical and nutrition

scheme of pink and green. I Emrlv.s 0066 Danville, Va. eli dieting. la that the new- experts of the country.
I ot the great open doors and live the life ol the open :Miss Mary Pearce of Starke has In this country have' felt that Save Bread" the alogan approvea

l\IISrI.\o./} :/ ;;()tH: FlIIU\\mtf' : paces now lead the nation stenographers spaces eat the most candy recently visited her aunt, Mrs. R. was too common and fancy by Herbert Hoover as Food Admims-
in the consumption of candy Arduous toll where energy is consumed M. Faver. I have become a habit wltb strator during the war. may be chanced
--
.' Whereas the dainty typist of Chicago at a vapid rate calls for nutrition J. C. Weeks of Jacksonville Is I ." to "Back to Bread" as a slcigaa of
The home of Mrs. Ira Wilson
: or New York consumes an aver- in addition to that gamed Miss Ilhodn back up the move for a return to his administration as President.
4t4teit1n -wan the scene of a miscellaneous of 12 year tbe miners through regular meal. We have found the guest of his' sisters, Mrs. A. A. -- -- _... .
; age pounds per -------- ------ --- --- -- ---- ----
.hower last Thursday afternoon, of Nevada eat approximately 17 pounda that candy is a dally diet of miners. McDonald and Mrs W. B. Roper.
o given' 'for !Mrs. Lesley Llbby who of candy and the Montana cowboys herdsmen and farmers of the west. :Mrs. Douglas and daughters of Mrs. M. Hall, family Sunday afternoon. Elbert II. Smith. At the niKhi:

: ," will bo remembered here as Miss consume about 10 pound. per capita "ManJ athlete. who wish quick en- South Hill. Va., arrived here last liamson and Mr. and Mrs. E. S. SIbley, Mr session the: thirtieth degrci \ia*

dckIt ,: Eva Burney. according to P A. Bunte of Bunts ergy. in tbs form of easily digested Sunday. They will be summer In Starke last Youngblood and Mr. D. J. conferred in full ceremonial mini

L Garden flowers were used In Brother Chicago candy manufacturers. foods turn to' sweets. Helen wills. guests of Hotel' Hampton while Mi'. and Mrs. : were visitors to Putnam Joseph W. Andrews, JT., was mad.
ucvTn Aviators and sailors likewise are for example. nibbles candy Between)
4: decorating the of the Wil- lere. and MIsS Monday. president of the class and George'
i rooms notable lovers of sweets. tennis sets and other nationally known
'.., form Mrs. W B. Roper returned to ville were visiting '. 8. R.', Swindell, Miss Eula M. Inman orator. The clans
non home where Mrs.: LIbby received "New Yon Pennsylvania and nitnols athletes eat sweets in some oc van
f many attractive gifts produce more candy and consume other in the course of their contest. her home here last Saturday afterp. P. Dickinson here and Mr. Willis Swlndel named William C. Powell Class i in,

Misses Geraldine Johns, Edna more in the aggregate than any of tbe "Tbe chuck wagon-the cowboys visit with her cousin, Mrs. I. W. Mr. and Mrs. business visitors to Starke honor of' a prominent citUen! 'jf
.
I other states but the capita conSumption movino commissary during tbs roundup )'. Bradford
McKinney and Mildred Thlgpln pet Wesley of Waldo. lando arrived county who had been ac

J served cake and punch to the flf.I -,I tates.* said leaders Mr. Bunte are tbe"Investiga western -candy invariably usually carries In bar a large form supplyof from Mrs. D. W. Moore of Theresua, are visiting her !\ Pauline Crabb and Mrs. live In'Bradford Lodge No. :35 for

was the guest of her mother, Mrs. Fender and Adklna and little twin a number of years. Any member
teen guests'present I tions made by the government a. well which each herdsman replenishes nis
; I as surveys of our own organization saddle-bag supply before starting way David Jones last Sunday. Mr. and :Mrs. T left Monday night for of the Scottish Rite in Starke can

I bow that those who work out of from camp* I.'. L. Wise and family of Plant son, Mr..James homes in Miami. be enrolled as a member of thla

I''t ZIFF City, are gusts of Hotel Hampton. week-end at St. Lucille Dickinson of Jack- class. Meetings, which are Inform.

thIs week. Mr. Wise has accepteda their- son, :Mr. who has been visiting al, are subject to the call of President l.
III. Opal L..... ., ('or. ........................ in Gainesville arrived
\ position with the S. A. L. at Mrs. J. J. Andrews.

EVERGREEN : LAWTEY : Waldo, and they will be' located I Ruth and Rhoda Monday for a visit with tier Interest In November Reunion

,;;fl; Services were tield at Rock Mr.. F. A. lto.ler. (or. here for some time.J. I Crabb and Mr.: Mr, and Mrs. J, P. Dickin/ Members of the Ancient and

;, Church FrIday Saturday and Sun- ........................ H. Parker of Campville, has visiting Mr. and Accepted Scottish Rite of Free Ma.

::i day. \Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Crews and Urniirtt-llurncy recently been, transacting business and family last '. Eugene HeIberger of Jack sonry in Bradford county are advised

i, Mr. Purvis Lewis of Jackson- children of the State Farm, at- here. Miss Ida Hagan was visiting here Sunday that great Interest is being

'"". vllle, spent the last of the week tended church here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Burney of ''Miss\ Margaret Rogers, who has her home Friday Remember Christian Un- shown in the reunion to be held

.. her with his I parents, Mr.. and Mr. and Mrs. Kersey and familywere Lawtey, announce the marriage; of been visiting her grand mother, pound party In Sunday evening at 7:30: in Jacksonville In November, when -

Mrs. J. W. Lewis. visitors to Jacksonville Sat their daughter"Blanche Leonatb; ; Mrs. Thou. Dyal for'tfeVferal weeks coe May. A the Christian church, also] many are expected to receive all/ or

:' Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Thomas and urday. Mr. Donald E. Bennett of Jacksonville > 'returned to' her "home". _\ .fh. Jacksonville games were by Rev, S. H. Dodd; the degrees from the fourth\)

J; ton, Floyd and Miss Rhoda Thomas I Fla., July 26, 1930 the weeding All reported a T. B. Trlest and sons, James the thirtysecond.Lake .
Mr.\ and Mrs. Ury Reddish and
udIcllite C i all of Jacksonville, Mr. and taking place at Fernandlna, Isom Ogdeixof Pompano visited Mr., and Mrs. 1"F Sidney were business visitors
children of Wateroak. were visiting -
0ft 4 Mm.. D. Starling and children all Fla. hIs brother, B. Y. Sakton. Misses Pauline Tuesday.
their daughter, Mrs. Cohen
>j spetn the week-end here with Miss Dorothy Sapp spent a few O. L. Ilarrbjon and family spent Rhoda Zeigler, City-Presbyterian church
Peale afternoon.
Sunday
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Mrs. J. S. Rosier B. E. Rosier, days with her parents here. She last Sunday at Ocala and report and Mrs. A. L. RITE CLASP4CEItEMONLt will complete impsovements.Avon .

p "!.'Thomas :Mi' and Mrs. Leslie McClellan has been a patient of the Ocala a pleasant trip. \fly Saturday night. I, RECALLED Park Simons and Gifford -
Mrs. E. Howard of Jacksonville Rev Norris left last contract for
'p p visiting Mrs. Roster's sister, hospital for some time. Saturdayfor Rev. Blanchard received con.
.tha |:,' spent the week-end here with her were Mrs. Reddish of Rosier North Carolina where he will lar appointment searching the records of the struction of $50,000 Maxcy parking
Mrs McPherson M axvllle, Sun- Mary
i:, ,son and daughter, Mr. H. H. Howard : be the guest of his father for several Sunday at Hope \and Accepted Scottish house.
afternoon. Town is spending some time with
day
dent ous t*<' and Mrs. R, B Thomas. weeks.: Mr. and Mrs. of Free Masonry, Roque Vic Lake Worth Venetian Con.
Rev. Conway of Green Cove her daughter, Mrs. R. R. Thede,
* vjr 4 s'; ,Mr and Mrs. Lee Thomas and Rer. F :M. Taylor, pastor of the Jacksonville spent Rogero.: secretary., finds that struction Corporation, capitalizedat

alif VIin ;/ ,daughter of Lacrosse, were dinner Springs, filled his regular appoInt- Mr. and Mrs. 0. \V. Roberts and raham Baptist church. has assumed with her sister, Mr. from Jacksonville have held $50,000,. granted charter
ments here Saturday and Sunday ,
'1 tK I guests of Mr and Mrs. J. B. Thorn- daughter want to DeLand Satur- charge 'Of tte pastorial Wallace. sessions in many Flor .
I Mr. and Mrs. J. J, Rosier and
,* and r.! as Saturday. children were visiting Mrs. Rosler'lI day night and spent Sunday with 1 work of the church here, during Rer. S. H. Dodd towns, covering, a., perod( of Mne.Teiths Preventable
)' Mr. and Mrs. John demons of her parents. She was accompanied the absence of '
Rev. NorrIs.
teresting I
V: pastor sermon !a quarter of a. century.
parents. Mr. and Mrs. John home by her sister, Miss Leulla I Nine-tenths of nil tho disease of tho
((' dinner Mr1, and Jessie'Ogden '
Jlellbronn Springs were Mra. of appreciative ; declares the
. __ Sapp at Supp's Station Sunday. : Tatum.Mi. KenlaJ secre American people*can bo traced direr' !ly
;*, guests of Mr. and Mrs.'J. W. Lewis Cheathem Peele of Jacksonville Pompano are the.uest; of Mr Og- tian church "1iav we carried the philos to constipation, doctors bay. Constipation :-

'..\1. Saturday.f1 : attended chuch here Sunday; '. and Mrs. H. R. Sapp were den's uncle J. H, Saxijiyj;, Mr. W. T. chlvalrlc !and religious throws into the system pniaons
It I
Mrs. n. Parrlsh and business visitors to Starke Tues- L. O. Johns : which taint and weaken :
rd.r'U f f1 Mr. and P traniaeUng business :Monday afternoon of the, rite( to hundreds every organ
Mrs. William Pringle and baby,
tIIM iMr.. W, M. Hodges of Starke were tay.I Jacksonville: tht 'w8ek.- Mr J. E. Adkins Masons who I dld not of the body and make thorn ca.iv
C__ pent Saturday night here with 'I victims for attachthrna.
___ Mr. and Mrs. Carson of Jacksonville germs which :
C. any
h section A. Dirt and
In Sunday. famlfrv
our Fursley kins ,Mrs.
S hi ti..i_ _ her sister Mrs. Leslie McClellan.Mr. visitors the time to come Jackson-- Invent! constipation noel jou
"i, Mr and Mrs. Dave Shaw anti were to Lawtey and daughter ,Mrs. Carpenter II.
little
twin
and Mrs. J. D. Peele and and spend several,days, and; I will avoid nine-tenths of nil dist>nOl"l",
'
!j.; children and Mr.! and Mrs. John daughter, were visiting Mr. and Sunday. A. Durden, and Miss Ada Nimmo, and Peggy Sue, of lng. ,In,our, magnlflcjent", tem-' with .their conRiviTient pain, I and Ii-
and Mrs. B. K. Burney and
Mr.
-Fr Shaw and son of Lacrosse were visIting I were transacting business at the visiting Mr. and I receive the degrpes." ," nancial.losses.. Herb in'e. tho good old
1 Mrs. J. E. Rosier Sunday after- !
children. were visitors to Kings- : :
vegetable cathartic will constipation
,' In our section Sunday. r--- *- -- William C. Towell Clawi prevent
noon. Icy Lake Sunday. ', in a. natural and,
1 Mr. L, O. Lewis spent Saturday entry
Gogero regards as one of
,\ night at Pine Hill with his cousin Bllery Redding of the State Mr. and Mrs. Enoch firldls were AMERICAN HOUSEWIFE notable of these pleasant way. Get a bottla' tod.\yrom
Farm spent a few days here last ; ceremon Canova
Malcolm Lewis.Mr. I visitors to Hombsassa Sunday and Pharmacy,
$ 'v !Mrs. II. F. the one held In Stark i '
week with his mother,
I Monday of lust week. They were GREATEST
i1 Vermle Ebb and John Hunter I October 24. 1923.:
1| of Lake City attended the'un- Redding.. accompanied by Mr. Silas Brown.A. .
was held In the handsome
Charlie Carter of 666;
: Mi' and Mrs. A. GrUBs of Jacksonville\
rs Ion meeting at Rock Sunday. Club building, then but
Water Oak attended church here
with his
dE.Pb. spent Saturday n'ght parents -
Mr. Mingle Oroover of Miami
j; ,,..
Saturday night. completed and dedicated( Itch a Headache or N..rnhlln In
here.
spending while here with his which the visitorspraised;, as nut ..minute, rhrrku a Cold the flr.lilur
Mr. and Ilrl.V.. C. Wooten and I
; mother, Mrs. J. H. I 1 Cecil and Ressie Thomas off THAIV SCHKDfLK children visited KIngsley Lake I ,_ James Robert Boyd presid :

omrI \, Starke spent the last of this week Sunday afternoon. /Lj v master of kadosh: G. O. COO also in Tablets
Misses hatch and Beulah Futch
I Iv
here with their Johnnie
coutln Our schedule changes 12:01: a. and Hugo Bernhard
I 1 left Monday for West Palm Beach.
U.' Thomas, m. Sunday, April: 20th and trains I k-- prior and preceptor; omen Suffering
Miss Claudia Terry who nursesIn
h.ofo. ,. Mrs. I. W. Dyal and daughter, wilt. run as follows:' Charles Roach., grand
Miss Marian Lee of Graham spent Local No. 1, southbound due Gainesville hospital is spendingher :J hal of ceremonies; Roque Bladder Irritation
here her
vacation with par
rId aeveral. daya of thin week here Starke, .11: 11. p. m. Rogero, registrar, and Geo.
Jorut with her parents, Mr. and !Mrs. J. due ents. I&J*
II southbound
Local No. tiler. Other visitor!* were: It functional Bladder Irritation

W Lewis. Starke 11:13 a. m. : ; S. Russell, Albert Hamilton disturbs your sleeps, or causes

afl.id ._ :Miss Blva Hodges of Starke, Limited No. lOT southbound, liri'OKTM: (H" FI.OHIOV Richard Maxwell Sas- Burning or itching Sensation,

_ apnet the week-nd here with her due Starke, 10:45: a. m. C.IHI.OT H1HPMKNTS; OP Fred L. Turner, N. Sternberg. Backache, Leg Pains, or nrusculm

dot rn tIu, _ :. .cousin Mr and Lula Mrs.Mae Joe Lewis.Ellerbee and Starke.Limited 10:36 191 p., southbound m. due nn.'ITI: > \'EG: ET.t: 1111:$ I Louis. O. L. Beusley" and H. aches, making and you feel tired why, not depressed

discouraged,
Children of Starke spent Sunday I
Locals Northbound
: from the *
fourth to Test
bere with Mrs. Ellerbee's parents No. 2, due Starke, 6:43 a. m. Jacksonville, Fla. July 25.-Reports I k 4(' ' a I degrees Inclusive try Don't the Cystex 48 Hour
left 't Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Dyal. of the movements of fruits :1'%. I I give up. Get Cystex today
No. 13, due Starke, 3:05 p. m. Joseph W. Andrews, Jr., E. Put. It to the test. See for your
Mr. Leo Dyal attended churchat and vegetables from Florida have \
Limited No. 108, due Starke, ; William E. Torode. Geo. self how works and
quickly It
Graham night. \ been discontinued as fruit and
Sunday
rOT S:53: p. m.Starke ) Lewis W. Strickland what it does. back if It
Mr. J. \V. Lewis and daughter, and Wannee Branch: vegetable shipments have virtually William Walnwrlght and Money

lt LilIaIae! sons, L. O. and Johnnie No. 101 leaves Stark 7 a. m., No. ceased.' The shipping season the fifteenth to the thIrty. and doesn'.t bring quick improvement Try
IthI and Mr. Purvis Lewis of Jacksonville will open early in the fall and're- satisfy you completely.
; 102 arrives 2:40: p. m. daily except inclusive were: Frederick
-ystex
all attended church at Graham ports will be resumed about October I today. Only 60c. Corpen-
:M ; Sunday,- George W Sl trunk and Ing's Drug Store.
t t.
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Sunday night.
dlti T. J, Griffin, agent. ---
!Mrs. DUI hines and children of 1-1'1>1""" STEAM PRESSING

Brooker spent Sunday here with Illun nUll SchedulesSouthbouid9:37 Shipments I np to last Sat. ___1.648 11 COMPANY

her For period in 1929 __1.5S5 I Suits Cleaned Pressed
mother Mrs. L. L. Prencitt, : a. m.," Ili37 same and Reshaped
Mr. and Mrs. Shaw For week ending July 19 __ S &he't a tlauertBATTLS /
Harley were a. m.r 407; p. m, 6:37.p.: m.. 11-: 'J. Frank Thoman Phone ;
52BROWN
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. 0 p. m. For sam week last year _._ 0 CREEK MlCH'>-'Th gentle' tain an abundance -

it 11. Thomas 1 I I'otntoon bands eook uTah and
nirli Saturday. NOl'thbonnd-.IIIO a. m. 8:63: of tbe American are residue.

Mr J. II. Thomas and daughter. a. m., 1B3; p. m., 4.23 p. m., 6:23 Shipments up to last Snt.4.4S9 charged: b) Dr. John Harvey Kellogg cbronto circulatory
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at 4t Miss Rhoda and Mr. It. B Thomas p. m. For saute period In 1929 ,4,774& with Being the countr, greatest death arthritis chronic TRUCK
agency. She destroys several Um e ease and migraine LINE ANNOUNCES
wIt were attending to business in For week ending July 19 19
Tlikets and Information at
t1.Lp. more lives than murderers, automobiles a change to this I
Starke Saturday afternoon. Smith's Service Station next tc: For seine week last year. 0 and a doxn oth 7 of the great consisting cbleay: acquisition to their line, of Higginbotham Truck

ru Mr. J-hmry Shaw of Lacrosse attended courthouse. VejetahI.s killing agencies the bealtb authority meats, potatoes and I now being

m church here Saturday and Shipments up to lust Sat -2,972 asserts. but butter being operated between Jacksonville, Starke

w; Sunday. Daytona llcach Construction For same period in 1929 ,3,964 Research tn the nutrition laboratories "We cave Gainesvilre-and will be represented in Starke by
Mr. and Mm. spent 19 18 of the f atue Creak Sanitarium disorders affecting
week July
Clyde Kelley of addition to Young Memorial.Library For ending I
was described by us bead as rereading bean blood vessels II
Monday at Lacrosse with Mrs. Kel- here to start soon. For same week last year 0 '
that the most dominant feature ot I titude of times rn 0\1 C. Jones
ley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Coroo- -, ,r' final: payment Wafermelonn COda,'. mortality tames are due to: mala oy changes ot I Ilardicare Store, Phone No.1

Suwell. made to Brevard County Tel Shipments up to last Sat 6,880 dietary errors. "Expertenca has abown< ba,'* restored them A
liood
M' A J, Orlffls ansi son. of phone Cpmpauy ,? i.outu..rn For samo- period In 1929 8,817 bow our patient are mucb Impl'OftCll. lag the*am. & Il Line to Hang Your Uusinesa-On

: Starke attended church at Rock Telephone Company for purchase For week ending July 19 6 with the addition to their diet of the w* bring about la ) I fleendable and Daily Service
ao- alled foods whlcb eon- sufferer
't'I'' Sunday. I of company. For game week last year - 0 protectlr I

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-- r New models I In Gossard co; el4.I I home of Mrs. Weld Friday and I and Helen Ogden drove to Starke: )

girdles and combination4 at a.,t'nt the day sowing, for the children I Monday evening!! to see! the" .,.-

Stump's Store. 1 ,K8 w NJ, ? .0 as How to PlayBRIDGE at the Fagg Home in JacVon- bond\ King."
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r.::; 1. II
vllle. Numerous outfits Were) made Mr. and Mrs. Ctiadwlck and son

pite of Hard Times My : Mrs. Alma Shaw has returnee for the kiddles. A few who could II Albert of Galnenvllle were visitors, : .

-: I"" from a visIt with relatives lu not mew sent money. at Keystone Hplghls Sunduy.Mr .

Gainesville.Mr. 1\11'8. F. II. Carr returned borne and Mrs. Black of Gaines
Sweep Sale is Goingn C *' T* I Saturday from a lire I week's! visit Vlllo were weekend guests of Mr.
an Jcries tjay'So byWynne and' Mrs. II. O. Stewart.
with relatives In Mendvlllfl Pa.Mr.
P and Mrs. Edward Bates and I _.._ .
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family of Jacksonville are ](>.'ated Ferguson and Mrs. n. 11, Weld, \\011"1 .
J t Penaaooliv Fisher-Pou' \ Funeral -
at the Moore cottage on Klngale]' tesAuthor of "PRACTICAL AUCTION BRIDGE and Sirs Wm. Pierre drove to
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I I Service, Inc., rapltaltvixl at
Jacksonville Monda '.
Lnkc
111g. .. )
\,: } $25,000.:l granted charter of Incor.
z. Copyright.IS29.by Hoylo Jr. Mr. G. 1,. Bird and 1)1 O. Stew- poration.Clewlston.

I Mr. and Mrs. W. II Struth spr n art wero in ialneivllle !Monday. Kmergenoy dyke

'n thank all my customers who have visited our I last week-end In Jacksonville wIth! ) ARTICLE No. 31 Mr. nml !Mrs. LI. It. Weld Pont repairs utart d' southwest shorn j

'">i past few days for their kind patronage and I am Mr. and\ Mrs. W. L. Edwards and( A ratter vniiftUKl *Mc lilt,,! on the "He inr rme'l his guests; he n.koo I Wednesday at Penney!' Farms.Ieystone of bake lket) >choboe.STEUI IS
I Mr. aryl, Mrs. \V. G. Struth. ]Heights! beach' still'
my creditors who received checks on account were I World War\ that shouUVt" ""lterosli'JIf> ( me to take over his J"rtly-pl.n'f'Q
Ir I i For the closing days o( the Sale I am offering to all Bridge players apth-nn. in lx>rd l lI IVidgo land leaving nu. I Must ttvU eo nl limes popular as a picnic
? HMO Misses Beatrice Uullen and Patricia "I'oliticiaM ia unfavorable tacticalposition. several crowds have been
values which you cannot afford to miss. Beaver rook'.r cent book, an extremely ground : COUftTNEYi ( :
.vi .> good I.ambe and Mr. \V. A. Gregory I'and the VVar"" ,* | Ho rant( fur n servant and hers this week from Gainesvilleand
motored to Brunswick Ga.. I Lord Heaverbnxik tells\ '-ow, on the asking for a lounrre emit, stripped his other tow II'. \!IIt It.terAnd i
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---- Saturday Ijeforn tne.d 'Ct rat.Ion of wjr, dress coat from his luck Buying no
Full I'aslil<>iuI HotM . t. Olc Sunday. hI',with Lord Dirkrnhead wrnttn' Mr. further word.Ve tried hard to'comvntratconthe Mr. suit'\ Mm. J, K. Larson and )lli: i4'nl:1.1n: IU: 'L
miles,]! Onyx ?: -- -- ''I Churchill's house nt the Ad'nlralty. t3fiO\ ahandl>utitwasimr Mr. and Sirs\ Kay Lawrence droveto isrt'rci: IIHOKKII

!?\ !.:>0 Onyx HOMO ______ . ---- --------$t.2:% 1 Miss June Smith has returnee There lip found 1>tr. luir miles! from Jackunnvllle where she via. I: couple of friends All ofncitl message weia wandering A cool ol..cr\'t'r. would, !' vain :'tlrs.V.. II. Ogden, .
edlrs$1.1),]! :>> Onyv HOHO ____ -- ___ ____$1.0 Ited her grandmother Mrs. S. CKntenza. arrival regarding! official Utions.: between I imagine te fonnoJ a poor im- 'I l\IilIH" Until Lawrence Arneetu

... Germany and KM .i.a, which prrssionof our pl.iy.
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---- most of thoae present t<'; inled a B room as I I.
favorable omen for peace. Hut l'hirchill, l in duty tipimd and forthwith ho Navy J;
.4.now Shirtsom ,'.60 MKX'S $ .\\\' Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Marcotte Are< was! of opinion that it win,, bad, not was; nuibiliieil iu detune (it f the tleci '' I

"r Slanluttan here from West1 Palm H( lIch for i a (good, news; that it was only a postponement >;i >rt taken by the Cabinet early nn
( Iot HATS 1.3-PRI(7.: visit with Mr.\ and Mrs. Geo. A. of the oiit'nrca''.: and tlu.t a t. il, day. \\lint profit tho ration -
SlI.-'W: VHlli" $J.30 I declaration of war -py' <:crmany was r\cd! at the crucial moment from the
hlt.- Marcotte.Mr.
I.I
certain. rapacity of the 1'irst Lord 1 cf th" PUREGROCERiES't
---------------:. Lord Beavebrnokcontinues--"Since Aoniiralty for Crisping and dealing
-- and Mrs. W. P. tlllreath. SMr. .. some of us oulJ have' it: that the wit> the wur fcituationl Though it was t
r |h I DouglaH ShocH rcdurtMl as follow I and Mrs. Gllrenth Jr., wen criniawaaeni: ar.ilibcrof Sridgewue l nearly inoruiijtf'' before we left for our I --+y Y I

Sunday of( Mr end Mrs. Cl. demanded Chutclull nook. hand but homos Mr. Churchill did not coma I C
. . 11I1.13I guests I
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lllHHSlKM" --- -- -- I Was cut out:nn.l looked\ on Sud.lenlyan :; bark.
_ . . . . 111 L9Sa. :>> M. glstrunk at }Kingslt-y. lake. .
((I -- ---- It ItI jmnieijse ilespntrh{ I box v s brought Tint end 1 play id always interestingand 1

.::\ ) $hoea _ _-__ __________ . --" .813,43; into the ruorn. Churchil1l'wo.1uce\I instructive and the folio.vinK problems l
..... . , -- ------------ $:>.f):> Fashionable women wear Humming skeleton key opened' the lax' and took are no exception. In trying to
1 "'h. __ ', .\ fishulha' ; Bird Hone and enjoy the dtfferenre. out of it a single sheet of paper, a hichiteemed solve then" problems, hear in mind thatno
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K hblx's A wide selection await singularly disproportionate to solution is correct unless it is. lOOJMi-
--.-..:. the of the box the \tAo\ dclennc J other words
-.------------- Store. eze: just as paper against. any n
at Stump's
-- you seemed loo tic for the brief, message if you arrive at a solution only possible J

ri-l'l. 'r'cll HIuH-tit Hl\l>0, 91.!, 311 value . _____Dlc typed l on:It. On that sheet were written because of the opponents' .brut\ play,
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Turner the words. 'German/ has declared war such solution it nut a correct one.
SM l,llnu Suits $;S & $6 values , ___ _______IIJ.IJIT :
Miry\ *" | and children of Wllllston wen: on Russia'. .

week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs I'l'
WILL I'AV YOU TO VISIT THIS SALK. Probitnt! No. 25
: G. It. Bennett. '
rleartaJ,7,3ClubsA
9, 7
STERNBERG'SBits Mr. and Mrs. Phil Maguire nn< lJiamon.llJj

little daughter. Sue Darby, of Orlando Spa.lellK, 9 QualillJ1lerclrandise at Money Saving Prices

spent the week-end herewith Henrta-, O 4, 3 1I01lrlll-
but
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Darby. Clubs--8. 6, S : Y t Clubs- 10 is always the rule at the M-C STORE,

y lJi..monllll-J : A B : Diamonds, -Q, 10, 7 few specials even more inciting -
Spno.1ell7 4 : Z f Spades-Q J, 10, 7 : today we quote a
Mr. D. T. Smith of Dayton; I
"I than usual.
Beach was here last Friday attendIng -
Hearts- S ,
of the funeral of ,Mrs. IlenrieltiBlitcli. gyp. ('lobenoneDiamond.K

. 8, C, 4 Goodwifc Self'rising
Spades-A, 8,6, 5
t.' .
Msses| Louise and Betty Marsh There are no trump and> Z !III In the lead. How can Y 2 win eight 01 the nine 92c
Icai NeWsOur burn of Marianna are visiting their tricks. against any defense? Solution, ia the next article. Flour 24 pounds - -
grandparents! Mr. and. !Mrs. Quo. .." ,
W. Alderman at Kingsley Lake. Problem No. 27
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Concerning People Business and I Hearts 7, (6 C and C t
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Briggs and Club.noneDiamonds Octagon
Progret .of the County and Town. family I i who have spent two K

.j months at Kingsley lake, returned Spades' K, 10, 6.5, 4, 3 Ale
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to Jacksonville this week. Hearts S Ilearts-l j Toilet Soap3barsfor20c Ginger
525i' OOOO Su2tiZ'ZSiMisses Clube-6,5 : Y : Clubs\ -K J.J 1C./ 9,8,7Diamonds
7. 6, S : A B t Diaatonde-Q, 9
I WEATHER; REPORT Catherine and Mildred Bo sure tome the new Gossan) Spades- J, 9. a : Z I"Sva "- D'JIOC
Bates of Jacksonville are visiting combination at Stump's Store, Quart----29c t

Lending July 30, 1930 by; their parents at Kingsley lake. Only $3.50.Mrs. 'f' Hearts, A ,
"" ClulwA.Q 4. .1,2
VoKstry Department, Starke - t
Miss Fredrlka Struth is visiting J. S. Balsden children Diamond.-10, 8, *

Mr. and Mrs. W. W, Page In Eva and Ralph of Pensacola, are .\1: '!>lIde.-- none .
25c
to Max. Mln. Preclp. Gainesville. visiting Mr. and' Mrs. W. WBalsden Then etc no *mmr"' ,*.Q
i for a few weeks. tri-ke .Irtl;.,,, ../..'.* filil, :, .", '.. the ....r .>tlrln
ii 97 -'y
and
Miss Pearl Reddish of Jacksonville - - a
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::4 95 74 - NU1'P.
recently visited her parents, N. D. Wainwright Int jar 45c
Mrs.
Mr. and
74 .90 Honor '
38 i8 97 97 72 Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Reddish. and N. D. Wainwrlght. Jr., visited 1888 'Printing Press Has :/ / t
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37 94 72 Jacksonville and Jacksonville at {W. F. Hall Co.
"8 93 76 I Mrs. Foy Mason and daughter Beach two days recently. Place Printing I ,'

39 U 71 of Plant City are- visiting relative* Van Camp's Octagon Scouring r

here. Mr. and Mrs. John Love Wilkes } x k r -
34 74 -
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In of Jacksonville were gu.Us of ? .. Cleanser
II I rainfall for week ,90
Baronet Satin, all shades 49c alStump's. Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns at Catsup I

and Mrs. W. A. Scott spent Kingsley Lake Sunday. Cl

l"sday visiting in Gainesville. for 9c
+ .Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Malpas were Dr. and Mrs. J. P. Mack movedto .i r? Large bottle 19c 2 cans -

1C D. Whitaker was a visitor visitors here. from Lake City' Sun- Leesburg this week, Dr. Mack

transferred to that __
Irora Monday. day. having been
the State Farm
clt).. ''I : .

f o tops. Leviton.cushions, and cuehrera. :26tf- ville Mr.was Frank visiting Pomeroy; friends of here Jackson Sun Mr. Comer Long left Mondayfor ; S.7v I GOOD cRArs -17c I .


and Mra. Dale VanSIckle of day. yMiss employed Petersburg In Va.the, where Edison he fountain willie Salt Bacon, per pound -

Is the gueat
Kitty Hogsed pen factory.
'vllle were In Starke Sunday. !
of Miss Lois Adklns at Kingsley

Lake. Mrs. J. J. Bullen and daughter, Calumet
la
Geo. C. White spending
June, returned Thursday from Grits Meal
>-sln Miami with Mr. White. or
Mr. 'and Mrs. Lawrence E. La- Daytona Beach, where they spent Toilet

<. D. E. Knight and her Roche have announced the arrival several days the guest of her. r Soap

guest Mrs. Charles Larsen, of twin boys on Friday, July 25. daughter Mrs. M. Hodgson. "" fi .%r'--+a..r.,-.
25c

|I Wednesday._ in. Jacksonville.i Printed and figured voiles aStump's Mr. and Cyrus -II. Sistrunk- ot I "AKC/6N,1o i11'01 w./Ir.HALI.r MvBf't"NrNCa p"'lVr b Ciff CQ-!>a..,...WHU.M..'.GHOO uC P "q UP'S NT AfeR P< Ace al o job HOPtBantuneiit 6 bars for 25c 7 pounds - 1

r i i i. j i special 19c. Jacksonville arrived here last IN .641W 6'vc" /(Jtjtj
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and Mrs. D. Montleth! en- '
week' and are spending their vacation In DUAln.. that lOng. of ours has watched our growth from :
|I members of the Twen- .
\ Mr. J. Q. Alvarez has returned at Kingsley lake with Mr. and. seolTed-sl pbrsse. actually has iu Its lowly station amid the batteries
I Century Club last week. of the world'' &reat..tprinting of mammoth pre which compote lJlAXJVfJIJIllIOUSR I{
he in one
where place
from Petersburg Va. Mr,. G. M. Slstrunk. .
concerns: and to such an our mechanical equipment
special shoes sale at Stump's spent the past two weeks. extent that an ancient veteran print' "Until several year sgo the Hutwr Coffee 36c I 1'
pound -
It Is a fashionable habit amoug but can
IT 12.05-value $4.95. tug pren. holds the place of honor press aided In our development ,
Mr and Itlr s. F. F. Stump and smart women to wear Humming among the scores of giant presses,of then the demand proved too much
their cottage complete selection'of for the old-timer, and It was' relegatedto
family are occupying Bird hose; a the modern era. -- S
shades await your choice The story twg'.ns: in 1888. when the a spot on the side-lines. from '
lake. delicate

NT A WORD% at Kingsley at t Stump's Store. ""Rememberthey the W P.lar Ball,..' printing Printing plant Co.of la Ute Chicago world Its which younger vintage fellows point, Dntll It now few overlooks jnn. I Sugar DelMonteFruit .'
week d'
Miss Elise Jones spent the are. guarantee on on. &:floor WM In business ID the ago our are press occupied a cooeplouous I
end with trends at Jacksonville Dssemmt'ot a rnldsnc In Chicago site in our Chicago plant. for Salad _
COLUMN I Beach. Mra. R. 8. Fernandez had as Having prsdtwted from the,-"luum- but progress and need for epece b.. guests Sunday Mrs. J. Bf O'Neal bill"_ stage the com pant.which- wsdestlnsd shunted our old friend Into a rather.
-DeWitt Isabel and Corpew, to rank among the world's sacred corner to be fenced In wIth
Jones and children .
RE Furnished apart- Mr. of Gainesville and Mrs. Alen Wig rnaust prInting concerns found need a.brave rail of honor. I 1 10pounds- No.1 can - -23cI _
the latter part of r
leave the
fits, price reasonable. J. FF and family for the now-en hrlned Ruber pr The retired press long bore
|,kilter 7-25-tf. the week for Daytona Beach. gin ton pf Miami. one of the first of iu kind ever malllfactW'ed. brunt of an expansion program. M/
Eastman added. whleb last year re-
>I SALE- -Missionary etrawberJ -' Mr. and \Mrs. W. M. Walnwrlghtand Mr. Olin W. White and daughters \ "The old- Huber pr...." Robert M.Eastmmn suited In the production of more than I Vegetate Compound ;i
spending a whileat Dorothy and Carol went to ,ebslrman of W. P. Ball Print 93B.000.000 magazines and 220.000.-
Plants, Improved northern family are West Palm Beach the first of the Co. declared recently "was our 000 catalogs, which phase of the printing -
'k. Fresh from nursery. P. Daytona Beach. lag Industry comprlans moat ol the .
and while there were guests nm attempt at tig'tlme printing r
1.Johnson, Starke, Fla. 7-25- Yard wide yellow homespun 8c of week' Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Baton. nj through the years, this Out -prose' W. r. Hall Printing Co.<<: output. LardS pound pail $1.15SOllTIJJUlN

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special .
yard Miss Viola .Ganova of Hollywood Mil Emma Strickland spent a week before returning to Rtarke.' '
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: 8ALE- -Strawberry plants Will and Mrs. E. C. Tappen of Calif., arrived here Tuesday few days of last wmkln, (Jalnesvllle -I Mr. James William llrownlee and I Calo ;
wlonary. on new land. Waldoj; where she has been Brownlee Jr. also I
Wednesday trom as the tacit of*Wins Jane Milton were
''k! prre| right. M. Rhoden,I Lake Wales, spent Starke. Halting! and In the guest/ of her Masters. lrll.... Maulers, Returned members of the

1-21'State Farm Highway. Starke. and Thursday in ou3ln. Miss !Mary Canova. home with 'her for (he".weekendat party"KEYS7 : I Dog or Cat Food NUT PRODUCT t

-*! __ MlBB Lillian Carrie of Jacksonville -- returned Klngsley! Lake a

8AUEGood blooded brood is the guest of Miss Fenella Monday Miss I Mary from Canovs CJarrlson-oii-the. ---- 11EIGIITS\\ Pound canlOc Pound 30c '
and MM. wmram Johns of - - .
Mr.
and nlife plgesy Poland Snyder. ludson N" Y.. where she spent the the birth Htlrm OKI|>.. Cor. I, 1 k.yi
'Iina' Jacksonville announce
ttock: 400-egg capacity weeks with Mr. and Mrs.
six
Met incubator will trade for Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Pergola of past of a daughter Jul> 34. She has i Mr.1
"I ; were visitors here Taylor Belcher. been named Judith oraldlne. Itro.1John. Mr, and Mrs. J, K. Larson
milch young Jacksonville ._ POST TOASTIES
cow some
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her Mrs Lawrence, Mr. Itay
will be) remembered\ and Hay I
Jell flood blooded male hogs Sunday. Mr*. C. A. Andrea and Misseshelrna in' Htarke as Miss Jenkins, Mrs. Ella: Ulrd, Mr. Gen. !
friend
">r.'>-j old C. etsch, Starke. Tfcelm and Melba many 25c
boxes
Andrea Cornflakes 3 .
and .
Mr
I-It. Miss Etholin White spent sev- Louise Hayes spent Marvell Alvarez.Mr. Bird, Mr.\ George Grlger
and ,
of last week at Kingsley I Sllrox Mra. Sutherland and family drove :
eral days on
cottage
. BALE .$768 house Lake with Miss Beverly Cady las' week at the HaYH and Mrs. 11. L. Hronwlee to Stark Monday evening to seep
buys my th. picture.
l"nlah! d) and two lots on and Miss MarT Brownlee left Wed- Ilyrd

'terry street (paring all paid). I Mr.\ and Mrs. J. H. RUch weeks and at M". f-'d :'41',. d. C. Cornell and nesday morning to accompany Mr. The 4-11) girls about nlxty five M-C STORE
two Stith to Miami, In number left Friday afternoon
spending M. C.
.Iano<: tan be paid In two: an- family are _hlldren of Ormond arrived here and Mrs.
lake
ul) Payments of $500 each the Peek cottage on Kingsley :or the week..".,. Mr. Carnell returned where Mr. Stlth has "been called tr, after a pleasant and profitablefour

[.Ih"Hit.rest; at S per cent. If I / Middle- Sunday, but Mrs. Carnell I the pastorate of the Orange Glade day. spent 'at Keystone. "Where' Satisfaction Is a Certainty"71
t@r@lt, d Misses Madge and Hazel remained for a | napttsl elturebMrr and Mrs. A number of Keystone Heights
act quick, because the children
and I
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Ia a spent last Friday In Jackson- Brownlee wllf remain about two ladle had a picnic d;:nner at the .
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unto holinefls. Hg therefore that Never Dreamed

denplseth, desplseth" not man, but '

God, who bath also give unto us ,__ Of Such
his Holy Spirit.-I These of :1, 8. I L Heai

"But who wait -
Prayer they
upon the Lord In strength shall "retaken six bottieio.J

r still Increase." \W and where I used .,,, be Nvous
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I Thy word is a lamp unto mj feet, inJ a Uihl auto my ptlh.-Ptala 119:105.:] IIICuMt n. 10:10: r7 and rundown with weal,

A Hard Study Study to be appetite, I actuall $)
All religious teaching, doctrine or reel( 1
4 I PDrd Af JPliu : creed, if they are to have any claim quiet, and to do your own business

pon the love, loyalty and devotion of the people, must be In harmony with and to work with your own hands,
the teachings of Jesus the Christ whose words) fit into every fold and crevice That ye may walk honestly toward
of the human heart and of whom it wu said in John 7:48, "NEVER MAN them that are without and that ye
SPAKE LIKE THIS MAN." may have lack cf nothing.--I

MTKKKLY: : HKKMOVKTTB"Hour : she left speaking unto her," that Then. 4:11, 12.
Is, she no longer urged Ruth to re- Prayer:: "Take time lo be holy,

of Kill turn. "So they two went until they Speak oft with thy Lord."

Mark 7: 16. 21, 22, 23 Jesus came to Bethlehem. And all the August fl, 1030 ,.t
moved about them, and Cod's Appointment-God hath
Bald: There Is nothing from with- city was
out a man that-entering Into him they said. Is this Naomi? And she not appointed us to wrath, but to

4' can defile him; but the thing I said unto them Call me not Na- I obtain) salvation by our Lord Jesus
I
which come out of him, those are omi, call me Mara: for the Almighty I Christ, Who died for us, that, J .
whether we wake or sleep, we
bitterly
they that defile the man 21. For hath dealt very !
of I went out full, and the should live together with him.-
(AchtIar. from within, out: of the heart with me. w
proceed evil thoughts, adulteries Lord hath brought me home again Thess. 5:9: 10. 9'S
men
fornications, murders 22. I empty: and the Almighty hath afflicted Prayer: "God's purposes will

,tha' Thefts covetousness, wickedness, me. So Naomi returned, ripen fast, Unfolding every hour."
fegl Moabltess, her I August 7, 1O3O = -
.l evil and Ruth the
deceit, lanclvtousnens an eye, 4
,: hea I blasphemy pride, foolishness; 23. daughter In law, with her: and'I A fourfold Task Now we exhort v1 iIUINT 1ZClITF' 9' 1 COF
Bethlehem In the beginning you brethren warn them r
' disa All these evil things come from they came to
tab] within, and defile the man. of barely harvest." that are unruly, comfort the feeb- 'j1'j1a.

Prayer: Create In me a clean Huth went into the harvest le-minded, support the weak, be 'S

heart, 0 God; and renew a right field, under the law In Leviticus patlout toward all men I Thess. I

spirit within me. 23:32: "When ye reap the harvest 5': 14. A-h.J'""':"oM> ".lJ'"'''-
Why should we not be afraid thou shall not make clean rid- Prayer: "To Ills gracious promIse -,"* --" .,, b a.
Answer, read-Isa. 31:10.: anre of the corners of thy field * flee laying; hold upon His ,- "'" T7 fid I:

, -- neither shall thou'gather any word, Aft thy days, thy strength nm-II ::f'J1.Z.IlN # \ SIKH iiumnrr
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tDISI
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,I gleaning of thy harvest: thou shall shall be. I \\Uk
now r I .
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that SCHOOL I I leave them unto the poor, and to I : younger, I never dreamed,
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th.Iri44J5'j SUNDAY the tranger.". She went (by acci- PUKSIIYTKIHAN: L- ''... Ing such health at 84 yean I:
' L LESSON dent, or providentially) into the I'm so' much stronger I IlIIi

I field of Boas, a relative of Namol.! Services Sunday August 3, as ,t:: trip on a bus line recentlvt.

He saw Ruth, admired her, and City, and I went all the
TDK A l'( l'ST 3. IOSO follows: 1.-a way
+ or caused the workmen to treat her I and back without
1 10 a. m. Sunday school, J. M. the |lea! '
well. Tho mosaic law required { hau tlon. I.
sleep
; better
Subject: 'Naomi and Kuth. Truby Supt. It,
the next of kin to a widow's husband : years and Just feel
Golden Text: "And hath madeof 11 a, m. Morning worship Ser- I rwI + grand L
HII' one blood all nations of men to marry her and redeem his mon by the pastor, "Turning Asideto ;lme."-Mrs. Harriet L n'
\ property and rear a family unto 561 King at.,
.. Jacksonville
face of the See.
.. for to dwell on all the :
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Naomi's nearest '
' ' his dead kinsman. "" nova Pharmacy
;,I earth." Acts 17:26. 7 p. m. Christian Endeavor, top- agents
. ,1' I : relative declined to do this, i ,1I .
Lesson Text: Ruth 1:6-10: ;. 14- Ip, "Chances to serve Christ In -
.I..1.;, and Boas married Ruth, and she I'Summer...." John 6:1-14.: (Consecration CCLLAR, : '

22.The book of Ruth begins, "Now became a grandmother of David meeting.) .++ i \
who was ancestor to Christ. Ruth _____ RISING
N It came to pass in the days when No evening church service dur .
hose the Lord and his religionand Mlra Irln, ,,
a'' . : Itl "... fw.
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tenting the Judgea ruled that there was ing month of August.A : ,
rewarded\ but we should \ .
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famine in the land. And a certain was cordial invitation to all our ,. ..'." '. . -_ S. .,. I
4'IldnYU man of Bethlehem-Judah went to so do, regardless of reward in this services extended to all. ,.' .",: ..-i! : Mr. J. C. Crews of St. A
life.
sojourn In the country of Moab, he :<.,wr\:," I tine was visiting this section/
Remember Code rewards may . ', I I
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r. his wife, and his two sons. 'I \ I )
and >IETHOIi4TServices ". ' I
7 come In thin life; but always in ,:. { Miss Lettie
Naomi
They were Ellmelech, Edwards ot Si

DrNN11A Mahlon and Chillon, and they the next. *_ ..._. I August 3rd as follows; THE ECONOMIC.. HOUSE: H\-115 I was visiting friends In this,

"went sojourn In the land of 10 a, m. Sunday school L. A. A ONE STORY MODKRN and the large room is Ideal for oleum finish; walls, plaster; Saturday night and Similar

Y > Moab," about 75 miles southeast DAILY ItlliLK HICAIHMJHAuguHt I Davis, .assistant superintendent. -TUB ECONOMICBy parties. The small hall connectsthe kitchen, plaster; bath room, composition Mr. B. M. McRae and Jack'

of Jerusalem east 'ot the Dead \ I 11 a. m. Morning worship. Sermon two bed rooms, the bath and tile; steam heat, gas and motored to Jacksonville Sail
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Sea."And I by Rev. W. A. Scott, pastor ( Duncanhunter: Architect the living room-there is not an electric wiring. I Mr. and Mrs. H M McR!
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Ellmelech Naomi's husband The Reward-And whatsoever ot Zolfo Springs church. Com- New York.) Inch of waste space anywhere. The Cublture: 11,100 cu. ft. I and Mrs. H. H. Lewis and 01alended
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died: and she was left, and ye do, do It heartily all to the munion at the close of the service. This small home is designed for house requires but a thirty-eight Complete working plans and specifications church at Sampson

her two sons. And they took them Lord and not unto men. Knowing 8 p. m, Regular service. Ser- those who want something that is foot lot. of this house are avail- day.

wives of the women of Moab; the that of the Lord ye shall receive mon by the pastor Rev J. T. Guy economical to build low in upkeep The unusual handling of the able for a nominal sum. Address Mr. and Mrs. N'ewn Mot;

name of the ,one was Urpah and the reward of the Inheritance Prayer meeting Wednesday evening cost, comfortable convenient and : entrance the largetcorner windows the building editor and refer to children of Hellbronn Spring

tho name of the other Ruth: and : for ye serve the Lord at eight o'clock Come and with all 'distinctive-not just a and the pattern roof are note- house H-115. visiting Mr and Mrs EH
bored,* about ten Christ.-Col, 3:23: 24. Sunda '..
dwelt there year. )
they enjoy the worship and fellowship. house The "Economic" bears worthy features. This little house .
tad and Chillon died al Prayer-Lord, we would do all, Misses Mattie and ..
"And Mahlon As many an forty often attend this out Its title nnd Its design carries would feel at home and prove delightful Ella
tie r('' so." Naomi decided to go back to not by might nor by power, but mid-week service an air of tinctlon. The com- to its owner .amid almost 'Nature Thought of of Wateroak attended chin

JuadjrtCanov Bethlehem. "Then she arose with by Thy spirit. Moth circles of the Woman's bined living and dining room any surroundings. 5 Everything Sunday.

her daughters in law, that she August 2, IIUO Missionary Society will meet next makes for simplified, housekeeping I The Economic schedules: Nature thought of everything when i Mrs. M. J, Mcliae ot Ci
might return and they went on Redeem The Time-Walk in Monday afternoon at four o'clockat the human body was made. When the Lake and children ware via

+1rn live way. to return unto the land of wisdom toward them that are the church. The lesson will be being a beautiful solo by Mrs. J. Cellar: Utility space. body is about to become ill, nature I Mra E. C. Lewis Sunday.

Judah And Naomi\ said unto her without, redeeming the time. Let the second chapter of "Spiritual L, Brlggs, of Jacksonville. The First floor: Living and dining Thus planned, if our danger children signals grind to their warn teeth us. I Miss Beulah Edwards, )1r

dlciar C two daughters In law, CO, return your speech bealways with grace, Adventuring.". pastor conducted a short devotional room kitchen, two bed rooms, when they sleep, or lack appetite or Silcox and daughters Hade!
3 each to''her mother's house: the seasoned with salt, that ye may A cordial Invitation Is extendedto service, which was followed by bath and nuremous closets suffer from abdominal pains or itch !Muriel spent the week-end

> r Lord deal kindly with you, as ye know how ye ought to answer every the public, especially the young a social half hour when light refreshments Celling: Heights: Cellar, seven about the nose and fingers, we should Mrs, Evelyn Crosby

.v have dealt\ with the dead, and with man.-Col. 4:5: 6. people, to come out Sunday morn- were served by the feet: first floor eight feet. know that they may have contracted
MA4.t me. And they said bottle of White's Cream and
will return with thee Lord to the promise, are for a lot facing South or West. Vermifuge Bay Harbor,fSouthern
spran. Surely we according who was born and raised In Starke, safely and surely expel the worm Thus '
+ unto thy people." Again Naomi for we are but children. and is* now doing a good work at For a lot facing North or East we avoid the danger( of) very serious Telephone Company to tv
endan.. urged them that they remain In August it, l nm: Zolfo Springs. IIU'TIHT the plans should be reversed. trouble.White's Cream Vermifuge costa lines from Panama City to

lent o } their own country. Bhe well knew The Lord's Increase-The Lord Lot size: ;}douse frontage, 23 ft.. only: bottle,and can bo boughtfrom place at cost of 18.000,

psvy the religious and social customs of make ybu to increase and aboundin ,'.:sl'n HKHV1CK: AM LAWN Sunday school at 10 a. m. V. B. 8 In.; side clearance left, 10 ft.; Cauova Pharmacy. Fort White Florida F!

'.rifer+ the Jews and their feeding<< toward love one toward another and PARTY Wheeler, supt. right 6 ft. 4 In; lot frontage, min Corporation to extend power

1 the the Moablten. toward all men.-I Thess. 3:12.: Our attendance la good considering imum 38 feet.Construction. Jacksonville public to this place from High Sjrl

rand ti A In Deuteronomy 23:3.: we have Prayer "The King of love my Member of the Methodist church the beat.Worship : Frame with stucco market may be located at Fern Jacksonville Building

, I "An Ammonite or Moablte shall) shepherd is. Whose goodness fall- and Sunday school enjoyed a pleas- at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. finish; roof slate, light and and Palm Streets. units Issued during month ot

''re 4 not enter into the congregation of eth never." ant affair Wednesday evening on ; The mid-week service will not beheld dark in pattern; foundation, concrete JacksonvilleFreedmanNlco- valued at $128.902

''D.+ the Lord; even to their tenth gen August 4, 1O3O the church: lawn. until further notice. We are ; windows, steel casements; lei II. Inc., will establish women's Tarpon Springs Garden

.dal.rod eration." And In Numbers 24:1.7: Gods Call For God. hath not At seven o'clock a vesper service I looking to our people to maintain doors, wood.Interiors dress goods plant at 2039 North planting trees along Plnellasue !

Itddr "A scepter shall rise out of Jacob called us unto uncleanness but was held, a feature of this service the Sunday services. : Floors wood for lin Main street. i and beautifying city'THE .

and shall smite the corners of -

roar nun C d Moab." MAIN THING ON MAIN STREKr"B'V L. F. Van ZelmJUi'It
a tells how Eg'
' hMns Judges 3:1214: ,
Ion, king of Moab reduced the Israleltea DA-PO UQTCLTT
r to slavery for eighteen : 1- |
I 33uzz >H A CUPQPEAIS FLAN
years, until Ehud one of the rr & XQ/UN: /
LOOKyw
Judges, delivered them. MAIN. >TR CTSUAOH6 AN PlPUi WILL' DRAIn

Probably Ellmelech and Naomi NEVSPAPCg3E6 ; BUT BeuevE.rr ItG. WI NLfl.UN' BUT
had been criticised for taking their NO PII, QUO POCkCT.'
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< AMtRiCA: POST SOOKIMPROVMNT5
+ family to Moab when the famine / I ,

Kt was In Israel. l

ote i Knowing all them things. Na f
1ssr omi hesitated to take her daugh- ON MAIN 'ST.a t, o

ters In law Into Israeli; and she I I I
a (
urged them to remain In Moab. iw TS.rouGMT LONG I
0ery "Orpah kissed her mother In row rxjAHActVfMKH I I "
. ; h! Tb Et CCAUZin tRM Y ?
"but Ruth
ern law, and turned back,
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r.l.r dave untb:/ her." Then Naomi f
BOOkCN' AND ALCCAOTStVEBAl ,
"Behold, thy sister s7r 4 1
said untd Ruth
/ PIPE LAID, /
.rr In law. And Ruth said Entreat -
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me not to leave thee, or to -

. rJo return from following after ,thee: .
: RtXDV IIi 'L"f '
for whither thou goest, 1 will got; '' a Gs.
BAXOVlTw aEwGas' _
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rr&1So and where thou lodgest, 1 will TDMORIxowb
tw US :
, lodge; thy people shall be my IW'EQ.' ..
people and thy God my God:

Ueou Where thou 'dlest, will I dIe and IL

there will I be burled: the Lord _ .
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. ; do so to me, and more also it ,
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M L'iolt i ought but death part thee and DOROTHY DARNIT

t tIt + me." I \
if' Ruth surrendered her life-long
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friends, her country and her religIon

She vowed allegleuce to Na,I' DoRoTHY. TAkc THIS WHY OIONT You Fop' o.4C.:: 'N MY THE AOTOGML 0"\1' MAO / ,

omi's country. Its customs its laws) I PACKAGE OUT AN O ''T 'fIJ TIlE OME BODY ; LIFE rM LUCKY ONE" >H orIM I

Aft 4 4ed and to Jehovah its God. POT IT IN AUTO THE SuR6 I Ile CARLEAVX1E 5 I TOLD SWIPED\ 1 YIPEE GASOLI", NE IT! (
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lbt: vanlahes,and yoa feel renewed
rigor. Avid bromides and dope,
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In a resident of Florida Municipal 1 Rdu..lona purpose halt of Northeast quarter Section 13 (. KINO his wife JAMES KINO
FXIoMITRN Street. as It : : lire suit wherein Bank of Btarke, a same at i/ubllc outcry
T.N may
( ; Ocean Park. California and I* over I and West half of Northwest quarter V. I. JONES; J..oI. KING and MARY corporation Is complainant, and front of the Court House door h _ _
the age of twenty-one years U Is Section 24 Township six () Mouth, KU.: K1DNKT .NKU; A. V. 1'KKS. John Toplln and wife P. A. Toplln. Starke, Florida, during the

1 I common phrase therefore ordered that Mlid non-rent., A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing Range The Twenty (10) East. COTT: WARHINtTON PONLEY; are d.t.n'l.n. the undersigned wil hours of sale en the 4th. day of Aug.LIst 1..11. _ _ _
widow, dent defendant be and she .hereby An Amendment to Article IX of assessment of snld property KIX1SST IAHFr.L ; 8AM "t.r and will sell, at A. I>. IHJO, cash, purchasJJP
f woman who has been required to the bill of the Constitution of the State of under the all certificate issued wa L'KI . ; and MARION door of the Courthouse at ylng for t.rnl. -
a following lands
I((0 widow and canwidow's complaint filed 'aIt cause on or Florida by Addlnr TI.r.to an Ad. In the name of Jesse. Mathls. .01111133; and to Starke, Bradford Count y. Florida.riuring . : 1t1 ,

))8 not a before Moml/y. Ih. 1st day of Sep dltlonal H".lon as Unless said, ..rtr..le .h.1 he rEe..11ed The unknown heirs, devisees, legatees the legal hour of sale on Situate IYlnl| and In Brad
live: tt exemptionLI tember. A. ];., otherwise the Section 1" n"lalnr to the Taxatlon "" I., or grantees of DAVll> I>ONL Monday, the 4th day of August A It. ford (' 'I"rll.b.lnN described

according to-an op. allegations said hill will be taken of .hid.. wIIIM"u. .thereon nIl th JKIh day of >KY, deceased; and to beau to the highest and best l.hll.1 a* Three a'.r..ln Southwest cor-
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ion! *. confessed by said defendant. HIJ IT RKSOLVKD BV ThE LKU1S- 11030.hate,1 The unknown gmn- for cash the following ncr of Southwest of
NorthWest
r General Fred It further ordered, ', Tt'KK OF THK STATH this 18th day.of July D. .tockhn1.u. lands lying anti In 'I.rt.
y Attorney that this order OF U30. A tees or .. .. HN I ST h.lnl I.dfr< quarter M.clol : Townshln
be published FtAItilJA I : County, Florida, o '
once a w k for COMPANY formerly a corporationunder HI1. 8u"Ih. !' East
1"0"1 cIIMec.tv. weeks .hi. the That the following amendment to (l.Clerk. w.M'i.nMAN. the I.RWS of Florida; and to .I South half uf Southwest quarter \.. of the Railroad.W. :2. 1)1"1

1'mlon,,; was given out at the T.Illrol'h. news Arlce IX of the Constitution of the The several and respective husbands of Southwest Quarter of Section 9, p J, RPPFJHSOV.
office here In re- paper published I and ttate of Florida relating to Taxa. T-II-Ct-8-15.Bradford County, 1'h>lda. and wives of all the naturalpersons Township 8, South, Range 22 Kust: Sheriff !lnilf"1, _ _
general' Sb"t e. .uunly and ' adding I there I who are herelnahove or _. .. for the purpose of .all.f- 3. J*. r iCAZ ';, Cu"nlY.I"lurld.
|M inquiry from the tax as- ThIs July 28th, 1930. to an additional\ t.Irol: : to bo known erelnafter named as defendants In ing said <.1"", Attorney f"r CompUinant. _ _

| Madi on county.lejenipt'011 O. W. ALDKKMA.V. as "Section U" providing for the this cause and the names of whomseverally 15. M. JOHNS.Special T-4-fot.5-l.
f (StLkL> Clerk manner of taxation of motor OF .' 'T Master, -
Court. ve !0'1'111 !"IJ8"'n and respectively are, except ---
allowed by law K. M. JOHNS, Rtarke, CI.ul. hicles, be and th. same Is hereby as herein specifically stated, 1. ) KSlllT and H V. KNllIT, -
j not apply to a"ho Solicitor for agreed to and shall be submitted to unknown; and to Alorle tlr .' NI-Kt-11. '1 t'si'Clt
,11's does Cvmpl.llt.8.1.5t8.29. the qualified electors of the Notice IK hereby given that the 7-4-St-S-l. is 0\1'1 0" _ _ _
State
| has been divorced. be- r'lorlda. for ratification or refection of Tax A..or of tit* Oily of ttork. Interest. All p.rMnn. "avlnl claiming any \1 _
In desrrlliodlands -
I definition of a wid- I.t the (lenernl I Election be held 'Inrhlo. bus filed with t Ciy In .f"lowlnN "
legal MVI'ICH
A 0'1'11 OP KI.KCTIOVWI1EJIEAS. 'on tne first TII..day after the first C1"rk assessment roll for tp.witt1.iiIet I'ou ) 'loI'lea. Hereby nniIce ,. given that under.

woman whose husband has I Monday In Nov.mher. .\. !>., IB30. persons desiring t< file complaints Half of Southeast Quarter of In the .n,1 by virtue uf that certain'. firm .
( of I the Twen .
that Is to say, there shall be or make reqle.tM for oorreotlun (lr"ll 'Ol.t .t.r'.. of made
opinion read. Tho added South west < lt', of rO"'lo..r. bv the
" I.i'Klaluture of Mill QuartEr IEof ty-sixth I of ,
he to Article IX of the submit sains writing to 1.la (Ir""l ",I. Judge of Ih. Twenly-slxth
. m, under the ConHtltutlon Constitution of Mi. HWV4). l'zist (. In and for JI'.lrlal
of 188S 1 the of Florida tax asxessnr prior to August 6th, HI'adtuCI County: In CircuIt' oni1 f"r
of the State of Florida did four 8tat. relating to tax. 1930. at which tints City Council will ter of Southeast Quarter (RMi, of Chancery.J. Horldo, In h HrlttorS Co.nty,

nl Florida Gas Company Joint Ue.ollton. proposing I'"M.: amendment ton to be finance known, An."additional" Ion 13"sec of otulivene a tmurd of e'luale.r. toexamine and NEof Southwest SlCli), of Quarter Section of Two South-(2); .. L IIAUniC.V, of .3 u ly. A. 1). I 1930.:" .rfn i favor of J.dsy w. .

., ng. m Ins from Bartow to State*of Florida Con.ltuton, of were the .. Article, which- .hal read a* follows said ..M.M.m.nt F. rnl.C veNt Quarter of Southwest Quarter ". Complainant.' .\.al.. ,..iefendiruts unit agalnM A K. (.ar.nt..,, I

ales, Mountain Lake Dun.ke agreed to by a vote of Ihree-fth. Section: IS. Attest: Chairman. (:\V' of $\%'\. of SWH. of 1..tlo. a. M. BK.VXKTT. et al., a. Special< I Master' the ""d""lln"d. .
of all the I' 10101 Vehicles, as C. (1 9)) : In TOWNSHIP I I Hf*tulantn.Order wil .
A. .
Hamilton and Haines that nu'mber. ." ..ch property, shall subject to only FtTTCH. (5).HOITTH.. UAM1M TWKNTV-TWO In front of I the hOIM. door In _ _ _
hou. ; votes on said. Joint City sit Sluike
one form of tatatlon which shall CI.rk. 7-I.U.e.l. Ill Rast.WlllCHRAa.. PubU..tu. Florida on of Ang-
Resolutions were entered upon their a license tax for the operation( of. on the 22nd lay of IN THK NAMK OF T1IH STATE I OK list A. 11. 19,10: to the highest and
City Improvements for respective Journals, with the yeas KiiiU.' motor vehicles which license I"IAltllbt: bent hld.l.r for cnsh the .
April, 19MO, the above named CornDiainfltit .
1crent tourist camp six and nay and th.r.on.direct and that they the did said doturmlne ta".hal. be,' In purpose such amount us the and Legisla.lev- :O'rlrl I Illvd 1 In his the duly above sworn entitled Mill; ofComplaint JI"I 1 al'III'lnl.( Ihl antI aluivu the.tyl.undersigned" court In .,'Bradford, property,Count 111,1, .fnln\lnl h.lnK i

,uth of here on Gainesville Joint H.MUlull"* lie "uhmlt..1 to ture may, by law provide and hereby n.lh'l. that uf Summons wit: J1.rld. t. '
completion. the th. Ih. lenerul he In lieu of all ad valorem Mh.11 Notice Is hereby given to all persons cause, the same b.lnl a suit to qul.t. i In c'h.ry. Issued by the All lots Two (S) and Four (4> w
tlX. confirm and against ,
earing Klectlon 'In .Vovember 1930. sessuble against motor vehicle.a.* havl,1 claims of any kind or .. you Clerk of this t'uu, t uKalnst the hereinafter of lhu'k Fifteen (loll, and the
Bank & TIIEKBFOKK. 1. H. A. the Bradford CountvHank and .II'M.t you, as dI.I n In I named ,. of W..t
SmyrnaState NOW personal property. said: .:. the till I I : Complnlnant domestic corporutluns f..t lots (HI and
r Secretary of State of theState of Htark. "Florida that unless I the sworn I und respective (II) of suld Hlock (11)
merged with -
Flank
to and have ac
to the complainant 'lt"el
ompuny of Florida, do hereby give such are to the residences "'
notice clah1. presented legal and principal I glaresof "NlnN to the map of
t the
The votes In decreed to be the ownerIn .
that cant compliance with liquidator said within 12 ,0
a 0' Hanl business of whlrh art* lit t the town uf
(otOEit ti. KI.KCTION said proposed amendments, and the months. from the thin iiotlrp, fee .hnll. and entitled to i I the however NI"rk. subject,
(-mint les, In the Slate of Florida, to Alley ,. Wall
Post office moved to possession of the lands In said, Illll ..
,.He canvass, declarations r..rv. _ _
wil be held In ?uch county In Flor and returns Hiimo will ha fnever barred under hereinafter. cannot i be setveil t i''ns u* staled In deed from
"isrey Arcade building on Id. on Tuesday next "uc.lnl the Ih.l.ut. xhall lie subjected to the the l provisions ot Chapter THUS, Laws and herelnabove, described\ :to which beciuise t"Iu'lled. and agent of Hnyne wi. ta N. H. dated fv'd'
snld bill the said Complainant has _ _ _
Monday In Novemblr. 0., .am. r"Rul.lon. and r"Mtllclon.as of Florida."You each of saul cix-poinllmts" are un Jlny Is. !) ', 111. iI'.tOc
nloil certain amendments
Jun.
street llllll) the said Tuesday belnir the are provhl.d Inv g.n"ral will present all claims to thetintlersigneil on known. 5 toot that the of said Nf. HI nn 1'sgu *, ,n at ih 19j
'.h Fixurii it.iv UF %I'JUIIJI election In the Florida. Llnuldutor at Starke MID31; "'\h"h.rI In and by said I t'ount icil have severe Hle'If.I..I"-j. .. Records of ,1"1. Counlyl _ _ 1'
Know One for the ratification of IN TKHTIMONY WIIKRKOF Florida. C Amendmentathorpto of HI..lnrd
nU You or rejection Iv.ly "1"1..1 said wi-lts with JUMte 1"1.1'1.1. with the
the following nitmnd, 10."th.I'
I have hereunto set persons
the said Joint Resolutions proposliiKamendments JOS. WIIXOM, uf t r Inalilllty t tn tenement I
01 If You Saw It? to the Constitution. uf my' hand anti affixedthe I Liquidator, Bradford County Hunk, and,enrp.raton. are also made same.: JSOXV. Til;KIIKFOIII-V: "rvl th"l P II ri cite tut''a. h.rl.Ulan."II thrr."lo, belonging and I ap-or .4
partleH tills I
face to'face with a the State uf Klorlda, viz: Great Seal of the IInrk. 1"lnrld. nnnn-lv. u. M. : ..UM. TO: J.\lNl'WI': "OMIANY. . in any Mjie appertaining. _ _ _ 0
01o. ever came A JOIN' RKSOL.UTION ProposingAn SEAL. StAte of Florida at Tal Sta'k.. Florida, 1 .. : IJNNNTT; WA.rl H .un., t y ." K. M. JOHNS.
Iol..ton. I. .
noNUKVl 1
o.o roulJ you recognize It? Of Amendment to Section 6 of Article Inh.MM.e. the Copl.1lhl. 7l1Ot95.o1'l'l'i . KU'KI.ITKR I : nn.IV.: T. WALLACE F.; ; MI.1 1'L(11'I.SI'( &1)0MbthltA'l'lt 8P-Cl"' _ _ ''I
not likely that you IX of the Constitution of the the Iw.nty-thlrd ; IN ( J. U FRAZEB. l""ter.

, t i unless you own eva a State uf J"lo'ldl RelatlnK to Bonus. of July A U. 11)30.R. ) % FIX M. \ and BAUNKST" ('OlIANY. a&cO'.nll., of I IIUVH! '"(it:I'ASCO"PUI..tOI.I Hullulior I for Complainant.I '_ __ __
germ, UK BV THK A. allAy, 0. tu"c'IGI You, frill, eu n uf you,, are hereby
lp iisly inicroscopjB, ford lf IUJSOIVI11 I.I'UIS.IATLIt1 ; 8-1-131-10-24. Secretary of State.sn.n -- T1ON COMPANY a corporation; ..1 commanded iintt required lo appearon -..-.---.---------- 7-4-St-t-l. k
h peru one over :0. Til : Sixty day after data h.r.ot. on the Complainant h.vlnl In mild Hill the Rule l>av In August, in.Id,, _ _

nd times to make it a big a ''LOIUDA th. following amendment to or 10""" [to-wlt, the undersigned:; the Gth day administrator August.: I 1930 will I Ipr"M.nt that. A".ud..1 there nre.Iat.d persons th.t In he belnir believe In. t"and-"defend, I the 41 th h day above of Aimust entitled, 1030, SI'FCi: II, .M '''I'I.JI Miriti: OKHereby 'P
should Section Article 9 of the Constitution action \,1
tereicled In the
. But recognize property Involved In
you voucher stool, final wherein ,
\ ad of the Slate of Florida relut my account the Ibn\'s Complainant
The Board nal.,1
said
nf Public Instructionof suit whose names and
tat te tiny germa can net Inn to bomlM-.-bo, and the same la Itrad ford, to the Honorable len A. l'II..ot \ 1..1.* lo quiet ,", ".1.1- notlcelisgiven I Hint
County "
will are severally to under
'eMld.n'e _ _ _
the
through lorlI. Mnrillner, county judge of I IlMli I s nnd 1 I .
and be Mubinltted And by
stl hereby agreed to .hll receive bids at the om.e Super Dra.lord the complainant and that the coinplnlnnnt . I""d 1lI.tenMI.I. virtue of that certain. Him I
to the electors State at County J'iorida. for hiM 1"rov.1 In fee .,"''JI.> his I I certain ", of fm-e ,
rd you thoidtubco Ih. intendent uf Instruction of hits made searchand I ho.e 're. < Insure made hv the
Publl and will dl'"olt
at time
cut the General Klectlon of Represontaliven f.r I"'HI. In 11.l"r.! County, Flor of mini Judicial
lockjaw, on Aug. Inquiry for the of such Jldle circuit In
B'lul"I..l
( J'lnrhla. Administrator of
mv discharge a* ida, I
he held In for approval .vhl" at. "M'rlb..1 at lengthIn Bradford
to
l"d I
more dangerousloupe 130. at 2 M. the purchase the Person and could not obtain I them, 'u.IIY. Florida. 0
estate of J. Maxwell. deceased ( of .
'
In .
diseases. There is or .Joel Ion. .old Section I of $7,000.00 of bonds of Hamp 1 and that as to such of the said unknown Hil Cnmplalnt said ,Ch fatal shall bo amended so a to read a cause, to secure a ilecroo that I>. i 111:10: In fuviir of p
ton
suit-school district No, 2 of persons as are known or believed < : Bradford r'ounWMank. -
Till 6th dnv of June. tun" neither nf said
cur > I loris has ;
| .
9 safeguard against the follows: Bradford\ County, Florida. Said w. ii. MAXWELL by the Complainant 1 to be valid . any "ornoratlon and against

washing every cut, no Section 6. The LegIslature .hal bonds shall be In denomination oftoito0 6-O-nt-S-l. AdministratorOK heirs, devisees legatees nr granteesof In or estate to rllhi. tl., nr III.r..t .h'I.'I. Kile, us Administrator: sto.
how thoroughly with have power to provide for 1..ulnl $ each and bear date of July --. a person deceased whose name iskniuwn I hereof mid.a It Is h.further any paul et defendants. (hu underslKiieiL,
-
;
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sma State bonds only for the 1, 1930 with Interest at the rate of to the Complainant I the its Special Master will offer for .ali
the safe atp repelllnw Invasion or "uppl'e"alna InHurrectlon 5 1.2 per cent per annum payable on NO'I'Hot FI\\I. 1)1\1(0 namn of such person Is stated In the UHII'HI'Jl that week this fur order 1 he b.pub hi front of the cml.t nous. door la

u can 1tt Liquid a and the Count.a. the 1st day of July and the let day soul bill; and the C.ml.I.ln"t havIng 1.ho.1(4) ,' weeks iierlod In The nf Htnrke' 1"lul'I.I., UI 1 lie 41 I h of AIIIT. __ ___
.n..r'lllv. A. ] .
1830:
tricts Stateof of Jan. of encli and said bondsto In said doesnot I the highest
or year and
pharmacy. lunlclpalte. Sixty days after date on bil .tal.,1 h. Bradford Counly' Telegraph, n newspaper _ _ _ _
Florida' power to Issue become due and payable as follows ; the 8th day of l.r.ot.. know h.. not been able to published: : : p nit having I : general t bidder for cash the followIng
te.wl dKMi-rlbed
hand only after the same shall : undersigned' administratorwill ascertain I by diligent Jiearch and Inquiry circulation In Bradford .iirnperty' lying mid b.lnl S
:0'1'1'1 have been approved by a majority ot! One thousand dollars on July let present my voucher and final whether certain 5ersotlsknown : b'loriit.i0tNit. County, In Jiradford County Klorlda,

I the votes cast In an election In 1936, and one thousand dollars l account to the ITonorahlo George A. by name to him and believed I AND OlinRKKn: In Chamhers I l''"i", at the' l'"t' wh.rl i the West ,

cult, Court, Twenty-sixth Jufinult which a majority of the tr.ehohl.rl 1, nf each of the years 1936 to fll Dnrdlner, County Judge of Bradford by him to be Interested In the lands ut Htatke. Fiorina, this llllll- line the .1'Ih...)) quarter| of (the f

of J'iorida. In and for who are qualified electors residing I Inclusive. County. Florida, for his approval In said 111. and herelnabove described of 111.10. Muuth'a.t .. of Section
day 13
f.l.,I County. In such Counties, VI.lrlct. or Mu The principal and Interest of .. and at the name time will dead, 'to have been Interested JUI"A. Z. ADK1NS, Township 7. Nn.th. Range 31 _ _ _
"Hses the
[DfVolo.( shall participate to be bonds Mh.1 be payable at the ofltceof ask for mv discharge' a* administrator In said lands, are dead or (SKAL) Judge edge uf Bradford
| Complainant nl"p.ltle. manner to be prescribed Bunk In the city of the estate of 11. s. Byrd. live and having made Haiti ") A true copy 1 CIcul Cmmty Highway. No. IB. said point _ -i_ _
by law; but the provisions of this of New York. State of New York. deceased. If alive I and. If dead, the severalanii I O. W. being la'k".t wIth a permanent ref.

\V. Tube)', et *1., Act shall not apply to the refunding Al bids are to be accompanied by This 6th day of June, mno. r"Mp.ctve heirs devisees, legatees Clerk A'.fI RlrAN, eronee i'biaterly monument lon .J lot and. run, ,thencesaid '
COII a S u..
certified check for 6 of such .. a ,
Defendant. uf bonds Issued exclusively for the or per cent MARJORIE F. BYRD Iranl.." I..r.on. In and for Ilradford County, ruad -- - .. u
of amount hid. Hoard reserve rightto purlieu I to the snld Illll: 300eetth 16'
Fore'lo.ure. of ; of the bonds or 8.6-9t.e.l Administratrix.' Florida. . "nUlh
purpose I
Odpr uf Publication. r.tundlnl of such Counties reject any or all bids.H.. and Lhe coninlnlliMllf I huvlntt-- In -Hntl ALDKRMAN. feet to the shore flue of .
kinit been made to appear by lh., Inter..t Dlstgcts or MunlclpalltleM. D. MAY. bill prayed for rullof agaInst all )I.NI'UJ L'"rk. H.nt. .. thence Westerly along 1
Jii. bill of complaint filed In A. J. ORIFFIS Chairman >OTICIO OF MtBTRIftt *.\"] persons having or claiming' any Interest 7-4-5t-B-l JI.puty I h. ,nRI..11 ut said Lake ti. (lie West

|. entitled cause that the Secretary 71861816.NOTICH In said I.ndo: NOW, Tll nJ. .t the Northeast quarter _ _ _
Int. H. 6. Wills, C. D. Wills. A JOINT RESOLUTION Propnolnl Notice Is hereby given that under B'ORIS I : North"r! 'the!. Southeast quarter, hence

Tw. Tube, Margaret L. To- An Amenlnlent'to TO IIUUI':! and by virtue of that certain linn I You and each of you are hereby to point of beginning, all 'In ,
the _ _ _ _
*itl. F Tobey. Martin Louistha the Constitution of the State of decree of foreclosure m"d. July Int. notified, oomml"dl.1 11.1 required to 1.11.1.: .* H4LH east Norlh.a.t quarter' of the South p.

,. ChrlHtlan H. Wrlghton.A. Florida Relative to Taxation and Sealed proposals will be received A. D, 1830, by Honorable A. Z. Ad- appear on Hule Day In Au.u.t. 7. South quarter, uf 1.101 23, Township _
W..t.l. Margaret F Finance. to He Known a* Section from general contractor for the re- kin, Judge of the 26th 'Judicial Circuit 19.10.: the same being Monday, the Under and by virtue of an execu being' In, I.nKI 8 .. lying and -4.

Dugc.n. Ethel 12 of Article IX. RDIS- pall alterations and addition to Court In and for Urndford of 4th day of AUln"t. mo. to the Bill Lion Issued out of the Circuit
I Willlim (I. C.meron. Jere- BK IT IUSOLVJ1 BY THE present Junior. High School county Florida In that certaincause Am.n,1.d flet hlr.i Bradford County Stale Flor I riparian right _
e..1. II. Shaw 01' THI STATE OF Building at Hampton Florida. wherein II. II. Theda Is complainant in against you; until 'then th.r. ida: upon a certain judgment r h h..to., together with the I.ne' 4

In. nierson are known de- FLORIDA! All bids shall be addressed to the and Llllle C'on. widow to receive and abide bv such judgment entered on the chancery ,i thereof m."I. h".lt..nl. and sppiir- _ _ _
That the following- amendment otArtle Ir. and decree as said Court shall 1..1'' th.rlull" belonging or in _ _ _ _
H who complainant believes board of Public Bradford and the on the otli
day
Inatru..ton. d.t.n.lant. May, A. I). 10211, any wise '
of have considered appertaining
IX' of the Constitution In this behalf Ar1
_ _
irrrnted( In the lands Involvhii county In as Special Master will In favor of &,lnfu Chandler I
[ litigation, or, If dead ton of Florida to be known as filed with A. J. Archle"t.and l"der.lln.d. to the and best this you are not to omit 1 upon lttit 1. M. JOHN". _ _
i. interested therein .dead Section 1 of said Artcl. IX be, and intendent of Public In.lructon.Orlte at .bidder. In'a.h front of th.hllh".t eout House taken of the Complainant' said, Hill being "mp'ni'"t.t.nd.nt. I have. .llnl (upon'h.ndl.r.the S. r. FRAZKH. Special' M""rH.llltire _ _ _
to and confessed against'
said above nam. the I Is 10:00 o'clock door In county you.
: a.m., following '
Ih.roore. opened ttarke. land the (
as
IT la FURTHER d..rl.d _ _
made de- shall be submitted to the electors of o'clock Florida .. the Fourth OIUlillll; That .r Complainant
parties at 12:00: noon, on the Itfth day this Notice I property of King J<>a IOPII; M. WILSON,
I to Bald' bill of complaint to. the State ot Florida at the general day of August, 1930. of August, A. U. during the 11.1 I'ullcalun Chandler, and rrl"d" the ir
with their heirs devices, election to be held on the first'Tuesday Each bid shall be accompaniedby legal hours of sale,130. the purpose.: be. published I. 01'. a w.k.fnrt.r! 1 1.I"u"I.| 7.4ftti.tNotice .
--- _ _
I* or other claimants under after the first Monday In November certified bidder's check In the of satisfying said final deciee, I \I consecutive Weeks l toe iiraa- -

riles and each of them; and 1930, for ratification or reSection sum of $200.00 payable to the architect. following described rent estate h"l, County Telegraph, ..ew.paperl'UhlMhcII I NO'rt''

said defendant with their jection. Frank Frlmmer, guarantee that Inn and being In Bradford In and Uradford"having general Flor cir, I is hereby given hat the following described land will be sold
of fifteen County
llcvlces, grantees and other 1. For a period a contract will be entered Into between Florida: 'uIllon at puollo auction on the F1RHT MONDAY
I in under them are each nonIm years the beginning of operation the contractor, who awarded The East half of Northeast quarter nWITNK8S An.S'' IN AUtl,, lUO, It being the 4lli _ _ _
of the Industrial plants which my hand as (I.k day of said month, before I the Courthouse Door at Btarke *
State
of Florida and al the work, and the Board of public and Thirty on East side the In Bradford 1
V'lr, residence' Is unknown to shall established In this State on Instruction of Bradford county of West half of a.re.Northeast quarterIn seal of said Court 28th day mount), state uf 1"lorlea. or so much thereof a. will benecessary to pay .4
of June
I mint and that he has made or after July 1st, 1529. engaged primarily within 5 days And the contractorwill Section Seventeen (17). Also (Incacre SEAL 190. the OllUlt due I. set opposite the same, together with the Cost
( ) of .
l< nearrh to a.- during said period In the execute and file with A. J. Urlffls. In Northwest corner of Northwest n. W. .ucl and advertHslng.. C. A. KNIU1IT, Tax Collector. _ _
and"qulry
I the of manufacture of steel auto of Schools AIpmlt"N. .
ve..el. Superintendent a security quarter of Northwest quarterIn Tateeesl
Id has been unable to ascer- mobile tire, fabric and textiles. bond for 100 per cent of the Section Sixteen (16). described In(I.rl for of Urad ford esrrlillua I.. T I A Owner < *
t 0 name, and that wood paper bags, fiber the successful Cuunty.Florida. ,
they are pulp paper contract
price. I beginning at Northwest corner of a .
I In HW Cor of Tot 11 _ _
a"r.
Vlicvfd automobile
by complainant to board aUlomobl"M. contractor fall to exe.te said contract said section and run thence Mouth Ily IILANCIH'3' Af.DKIlMAN.; A 1-3 In HW Cir. of
vnty-une years of andre parts, alr'raf parts tllnss and bond. then the amount of 140 yards, being a ..r.

If Is no person al.' the and Cockery Mlnutaclurer., and and the In. the bldd.r'. check will be pall to strip y"rd. 1a.t 8 length and one- IfOLLU! A IIOWKL.U Deputy Clerk. 10 liit acres 12 .W. of_fly In N'04, of.. 7 7 20 2 Bradford. County) Bunk 111 __________
Florida the service of a re fining of sugar the archiect. after other expanse half "eol l In width. "Florida Lot 1
of Lots
'is II.on whomwould bind eludingbyproduct. or derivatives Incur.t I. d.ducted by the Board Ale> the Southwest quarter ofSouthwest Solicitor for Complainant. 2 8 .al N4j
'fnd.ntM. their heirs devices, Incident to the m.nuta.tur. of any Plblo In.lrucllon. such as adv.r.tMing. quarter of Section Nine s ---1/ 7 20 e Bradford County lank 5.2
S and other claimant underr of*the above prntuct., be exempt printng. eto. (9) and the quarter of 7-4-lt.8.1.- N' ;
Houth..t
| either of them. : from all except thatno will be returned NUI/4 less 1 acre for

urther appearing by said exemption taxaton.. become effective without ch.ck any rt.lned when contract Southeast((8). All of quarter the above of being Section. In Township Right. < ____ h_ _. ____ I 8 21 in N. D. Orsen ._--.__.____ $1.>$

bus of camplalnt' filed by virtue of thin amendmentshall signed and bond filed by Seven (I) South Range Twenty NO'fU't r.ot. R < 10 I \ In Woodlawn I
_ _
i the defendants Annie The exemption herein authorised Plans and "I.ect..at.n.. can be D, EC KXlClUT. ..,_ In Circuit Court Twenty-8l Ju- N'Xi of HUM of HW' .H% 2 .

Mark Gordon and Samuel shall not apply to real estate own oblaln.d from ar'hlect. or at Special Master. dicial (Circuit hr..f"'d County uf.NKW of NW. _____-U I 2 40.. H. A.nr ____________ 71
Uroden therein named are ed and used by such Indu.lrlalplante the olllce of the of A. S. State of Florida. ,'. WL 4 of NWW of NK'4' of .
ndents, of the State of Florida except the real estate occupied Schools upon a deposit of $25.00. rREWF. Complainant.. I'JHSIH J'RICK. & NK'/t' of NWJi of .
rltarh I reside at 68 Fenway In the location required to time to be returned when plans and Solcitor Complainant' "1.' :
746tl. . ___ .__.......2$ 5 ta Bradford
County Bunk II It
Ir of v.ton. of the State of house such industrial pl.nt.and the specification are returned In 100d.hape. vs. iu. u1n.. # n sa. 1 L'. __._ __ ___ ___
HWL- VI" _ _
situated - -- -- ---------- n "C-. ____._ eSSI
.
H.
'lu.1. of the United St.te. building and property L I'RICH. .t MW'4' vr $W14 Su
1'0 that the said thereon, together with such I.nd. as The Superintendent of Schools will NOTICE OF MlVTIWa iLH I.t.i.dant. K"i, NWI4 vf "

. widow over twenty- may be required for warehouse have a set on file for general use Notice hereby given that under It appearing by aflldavlt I appended 5W14 . '___ 'tW. ________ U ('otonty hank
or. of age and that the said storage trackage and shipping fa- but same will not be given out to and by virtue of that certainfinal to the bill filed in the above stated SII4 2 I U 21 nr.dfM" __ 2 4
F.
1"1. ____
__ _
1'iordon'; and Samuel (Jabrielare cllltlea and b.lnl used for such pur- any contractor.The decree of foreclosure made cause that H. I* Price, the defendant E' "OINl :: iii :2 I 1.1

) under twenty-one years pones. right' I. reserved 'accept Julv 1st A. :30, bv HonorableA. therein named, residence I la unknown lawn -__ ___ W;.20 I U ao ,' Count hunk U"
sad that they are each 4n- any or reject any or all proposals Z. Adklns,I"dl of the 25th, Judlclul and that he Is over the age Lots 22 Iradfor J
|l In the property Involved for this work by the Board of Pub- .In and for of twenty-one years: It Is ther.for.nrder.'l .0 U .2 In Wood-
I A JOINT Proposing lawn. .__ .______.__ I 21 .0 County Bunk -
Ilglton. and that there Is RFSOI.UTION of ho Instruction of Bradford County Bradford county Florida, In that that Maid defendant 11. L. I Iradtor" I.
I- State of Florida An Amenoment 11 FRANK 'nIMMEH.Archiect. certain cause wherein J. W. Andrews I'rlce be and he Is hereby required Lot 8 In Woio'llotwn' ___.32 21 HI Ir"dtnrd ('nunty hank

f'ne of a subpoena upon Article IX Constitution to of Is complainant and M. I* to appear the bill of complaintfor W\i ot HW. of 59W ______ I 1 I Ill) I. Jl.h. Jr. _ __ I 5.1'

Would bind them or either the State of Florida Relatnl to Tampa and 1"1. Johns d.t.n.l.nl. the undersigned divorce filed In said cause on or ot ot N10I4 ___1 I 21 (ountJ flank .

Taxation and H. D. MAY. Chairman.A. ax Special .ter. will sell for before Monday, the 4th day of August KiL of N11'4 ot Nt5 0' ,

|lan.1 Involved In this lltn provide: Authority for the I State Inheritance ofFlorida J. CJR1FFI3.Superintendent. cash to the highest. and best bidderIn A, I hI. 111.10: otherwise the allega ttcd__ _. -\____ I, I I Mn.. EfIle howe ____._ .,
andCollect
are follows, to-wlt: to Levy Hoard of Public front of the 'ourt house door InHark. tions' of said bill will be taken as Nt'ot N1184 of N1101 t

1. half of Southwest. quarter or Estate Taxes Under Instruction. 7.1B.5t.tt.i3.rorICH .. It r ad ford county Vlorld. on confessed by snld defendant.It 51(14 - .___ .____...22 I U. I 0. S. SIIon1 _.___n___.._ .
[.Ttheast of Section Certain Conditions. Monday the Fourth day August la further ordered that thl* order W. ut NWl4 of HW Ex t.o

"wnHhlp quarter South, Range 21 nbc IT RESOLVED RY TIlt I.FOIS. t.t CTIO' A D. 130, during the legal hour:: oisale ; be published once a week for ii acres __ .______ _hU I I I Unknown _"__ __ n.n

North half of Northwest LATURH 0. Tie STATJ vested In them the for the purpose of satisfying four consecutive week In the ilrad- All Wi,4. of Nil Nl\ 0

'T and Southeast quarter of FLORIDAO amendment to Hoard By power Public Instruction of Brad salil final decree, the following de. font County Telegraph, a H of roa,1 1 I I 9 "fr. Elite Howe _______ I
of
west quarter and fractlon- That the tolowlnl call scribed real estate, lying and being published I In said County and :"ortltn of f NEt4 or I
Section 11 X of the Constitution ford County. Florida. hereby Florida This Seth ). .t R'A<
'uihwest In Bradford :
: quarter of Sec. county 514'4 ot & f
Township 7,. South. Ilanget. of the State of Florida relating an election to be held August llth. at the .ulhw..t cor- d.u.rlfI: : AJ Mi'i.il.inuirg. I Hlarl.- .
dl.trlctNo.3 te.lnnlnl
.. except therefrom Lot to Taxation and Finances be, 1930, In Starke .ub..chnol Wehh's lot on Mmllson rieal) Court. t., Sires _bie____ _2 ..1 .2
r.r I' J.
and the same Is. hereby agreed to. to oetermln. whether or street.thence runningWest with K. M. T 0. tows __________-__ 1

I"I, State aim ..ll in b..f".u_______ and shall be submitted to the elector they .h.1 re..lve Boatdraln .Iwt// Madison street, 1ZO, feet, thence Solicitor fur Complainant. N90 All%NW NWI4 of -1.ot Ca. 8 12 eG H.. _h____._____ 43.0
'l 1'lorlda of the State of Florida at the school dl.trle No. 1 to be . North 105 feet to F.fi> flolllngs.Northwest 748tl' \ fE1
In said nab _____ I U 7
I':'I. foreclose mortgage lIen General Klectlon to be held on th. dated to !c.rt. won,. sot. cn.nc. r..w .. .555 .v I 2 Arthur Wood .____ 2,1
.. Tuesday after the first """- tees ana to aeiermine .v.. I. '* lot Lots I 1 .t Ulk I Original
fut November A. D. U30. for nf mlllage to be assessed againstthe ;tC't: point oi; Town of Htarke In N10
therefore In thence
|.f.ndant. above ordered named that and the ratification or rejection_ that _I Is. 'I said con.oldat.d. T district., Chalrmaji.' "..Innln&u 'ru":5 the Town of NOTU't Wilftuffots9lofiiik of HW/4 _.__.______.__ 'In 1 23 8. I. Peek _________ $444 _ _

',them and their heirs, de.I iiy. that Section 11 of Artlcio IA Itarke. I Circuit Court., Twenty-aixth 19 "
State of A. J. CIRIFF1S, Secr.tary.J'or I Original Town of
of the half of flouthoaatquarter
the South
nie.. or other claimants the and. .Finance the purpose of holding said AI.! Judicial i Circuit, Kradford County Stark NK(4( of MW(4( ... I 33
Taxation Bradford
them Florida relating to of Southeast quarter and fin of J Counly Bank
and each of them, be A. J. Thomas, State Florida. In Chancery, 417.1
"X amended so a* to read a* elect"n. F. A t'ot In the corner ofSouthwest I.ots12845A79p'y5rl '
are hereby required be .appointedmanagers acre IDulhe..t J. 8. HAI.UComplainant. .
are .,
8.
: Southeast lot on W side. of
the bill I of ttot .
Ilk I
above entitled cause c "sect'o'n 11. No taxes upon Inheritance E. K Ferryman Clerk. I quarter, all In Section Six ($>. vs.MOLLIE, r"Jn I ft of Lots . I

Monday the let day of Sep. or upon the Income of residents 7-18-61-8-16. Also the West quarter of the hALL add tn Htarke In )
A. D. I9io; In the above enCats5 or citizens of this State .hal Southwest quarter of Southwest Defendant.It HKVi of NW(4( W of Walnut f _

otherwise the allega- be levied by the State of F' XOTICK Of KI.KCTIOK quarter of Section Five (8) the last appearing hy affidavit I appended *e -_ .---1 I 13 -a Bradford County Hank ._ 61 31f _
_
said bill of complaint will under It* authoriy. and there shall Two description being In Township to the bill filed In ,the shove- Lots II 9 11 J __
'1 as confessed by said de- be exempt to the head vested In them the Seven ((7 South, Range Twenty-two styled cause that Mollle thedefendant of Lots I If of Blfe N. _
'tl *nd In By the power (22) 111 J. Jones add to Htarke In .
each of them and their of the family I.ldlna thlsj ttale Board of Public of Bradford therein named I nonresident '
_
In..ructon D E KNIOIIT. BE1/ of NW',4' W of Walnut \
d..lc. grantee or other household P 'drVJ r.lls of the state of Florida, and
I under them and each of, fects to the value of five election County to, b held Aug. 16. 1930, Special Master.A. that her residence I I. unknown) that .t __-_..__________2* < 22 Mrs. F. 11. Long ...____ _ _

(150000) Dollars, provided how.v.r.I at an Boatdraln School. house, *ub- S. REWS.Solcl.r .h. I I. over the age of twsntyoneyears 1.ot 1 nf Blk I Temple add .. _ __ _ _
1 further ordered that thl that the Legislature may provide for school No. 17, to determine for Complainant. ; It Is therefore ordered thatsaid to Htarke In NI '4 of t _
Published. once a week for the aMMe..ment. levying and collec- e dl.trle not Bualdraln ub- T.-Gt..I. non-resident defendant and NWV4 par of wl$ of J '
'"".' utlve week In the Bradi of a tax upon Inheritances. of I school district No. 17 shall coniiol. she I. hereby required t. appear to N111'W' n.A NE eoI. t _

i.*.unt* f 'l'el..rapb. a newspaper: ton the levying< ot Estate taxes, not the Idate with Ilarko. sub-school district NOTKK the hill nt complaint for divorce' I of HKi/t of NW4'! .0.2 I Bradford County Bunk ".n I _
.In County] exceeding In the aggregate No. t elect throe -- filed In said cause on or before Monday All Illk 20 Temple l _
at prior to saId ht day of amounts which may by any law of trustees and for the amount/of mIll.I the 4th day :1 A. I> Htarke In NKii Of NW'i' ._ _ _
ft :
''Ir. A. 0.. laao. I the United States be allowed to be I age (o be assessed against i-iid conchalrman.. In the Circuit Judicial Court Circuit tho Florida Twen- 193O. otherwise I thn I"tto{ cC part of Wl/(, of NK'4;' V/ _ _
a id tr-Slxth bill will fe .... Itv NK of .
.rdered at Starke, )Flor- credited district. "a1 cur BKV4 $
th 'day of July, A. L>.. any similar-S2 u prond"iWtanKS ,' .I aUdaled It. 0. .fA T. Chancery.In and for Bradford County: In I .10. defendant.It NW\ ._____.2 I 13 J. f. Rltch, Jr. -.______1K.57 _____ __ I
levIed
further ordered that this .
.
order -
.
nr taxes .n .. .. v. 'I| A. J' OHIFFIS. Secretary. Lots rtlk a J. D. June ,0,

., Q. W. ALDERMAN. I by the Unltel on the the t.egieluture same-I For.the purpoSe of holding said J. L HARDEN Complainant. lie published once In a the week Krad forfrrur add to Htsrke .. .____.31 I 2J II. C. Illicit -._____.. sass
of w..k.
(., Clerk Circuit Court. subject. bat the power i election the following are appointed ford .tn..utl. H acres of W(4( of NH( of
-1 T fIT' H. V. KN1UHT, t. levy pitch Inheritance tax. manager: M <>. GrIm. J. W. vs.'UKNNKTT. et al.! County .I"lraph. a newspaperpufdish.ei NN'4 Nm ut NWor \
"' \ In this State, and W. W. a. Jl. In 1.1._ and It.t.. N11 __ .__H s
I I.. J'\orld". .5. 01' E.tate Taxes and dur.inif I II'revat. K. U Qrlffl Oefendants.Vetlr This July NK'4 22 1 Bradford County Bank 9.3$
long a. Clerk. 7-1S-lt-'iS. 1 HW'" uf UK% . _13 6
Complainant I II.lt.82" shalt exist only .0 la enforced . I1.fesdsats sod Order of 41. - U Bradford County Bank 35.40
.- the time. a cimilar tax againstFiorititi 'I -- PeklleafluHI.V (Official Rfftl ('UlI.pfnMAN." "W" of F CI ______IS U 22 4') Bradford County Bank 30.71

I by the UnIted or States Estates and ,fin-rut OP'A i'PI.lC CTZO* FOIL TiE NA.J 0*' vHS STATE OF Ily IH.NCHE Ar.11'HJAN. NWV4 at NW\( -.___ 7 7 22 '.0 Bradford 'ounty Bunk 22.0 ot

M)TICH I inheritances or enforced i itn TAX HEELS Fiji it I I..k. Lot" IT 1 20 of Blk 14 .1

shall only b. .x.rcl..d the -- I TO Karh and every the following JOB HIM WiLLIAMS Lake. Butler In Hampton ....19Hlk I U A, A. Durden .. as
the defendants. If they, or -- --
I I" .xt.nt or eretllt that M. named Florida, Solicitor tar Complainant. 8 Huh division of NKV
deduction I I. given,
urt. Jn- ot any Notice h..b 1'1 be alive, they, ;
amount of them
laws any I 7-4-ftt-l-l of NW'/ _. 30 7 22 3
the ant A,
CountyI by A. Purden ...
certificateNo. 5,57 4
.t t t, Bradford which mAY b.permitted existing I WI..lna holder of tax I IT any of them b* their Com lr yds M f NW car .
.r
r'.I.! Ida In Chancey. I ot the United Sial.. be claimed Ten. 4th day of .u'Y. A. D, im, |I several and respective unknown nf HKVt at NK<4 run
tn bJ ''f.JI'.1 ?
enacted ,
I hereafter deduction I filed said c.rltlcat. In my office heirs, devisees, legateesor cran- I H il I-.1 yd* H 100 yds
0.flPlalnant thereof, a. a hal tax deed t.-s, namely: Wm. U. AYCOCKf.losKHK -
I reason similar and made W 111 1-3 yd* N 104 ydl
I.. b" II I credit against Unlt.d such States to Issue thereon In accordance with : H HAKBIt; MftS. L. C. Notice I I. hereby given that under to beg ,30 T 12 5 A. A, Burden
tax nf the In. law. Said certificate embraces the.following H1ACIU'AN. (who e ('hl.tan name and by .Irtu. of that certain final I
[i. I applicable tt Florida described situated and U C. d.cr.. .ade entered by Hon. A. flegataptiiftplofNt*
a'1 t by alItdvit appended I Itt heritaflcrs or Estates. The Lcgi" County property, Florida, to- her husband: Mrs. ft. D. CLAYTON, X. Adkm*. Judge ('Ir.ul Court ofIlradford uor of NB'/l of NHW *
In Bradford VT ion ft
for the appropriation run H 22f ft Si
,
In the provide (whose Christian name I. unknown) County, on June
H ii,TrCd* MDavis abtv.-.tated, the de-I i lature mal all taxes otl.ted Count under. wi; I Block 16, New nt.e In East and Ii. It. CLAYTON her bu.bane; 30th, mo In that certain foreelo- 10ft ft N 12S ft to beg ,30 7 22 A. A. Duirdeit __ ,2.54

""n named I* non-resl- thIs -Article to such Stte. Lt
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: Telegraph oranges grapefruit, cucumbers nla'ed statement in which .he set Mott here last Sunday afternoon.Mr. seemed l11umlna'(1
'
Bradford County strawberries, beans, pepper asd forth, by munclpalltles In this R. A.AVeeks and son, W. T. of heaven in death Itltb

1 + I I From Other Pens I half a dozen other vegetables on Wand state, the amounts of outstanding and Mr. R. A. Colson were visitingIn Mre. Austin

Established 1.877'Published you/have some idea of what a bonds and the annual Interest requirements Jacksonville last Friday night. many years befor, ,huleft. r
job this would be.-Waucbula Ad- the statement Includ- Mr. Troy Andrews of New River she was
I alway
td l i,' r Weekly on Frida'd: ; Entered 'as"S cond Class Thrilling statistics: Seven million vocate. Pick out your leader. ing 86 municipalities that responded was visiting here last Sunday eve- to walk. autcp b

of land given to to the request made by Mr. Wilcox -
over
acres are
-0-
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, FloridaE ning.Mrs. And when In- .
the cultivation of rubber.-South for information relative to Wiggins of New River n.| *
To Improve" telephone communl ed It soon a'<
ros.
,,
S. Matthews, ____________________ Owner and PublisherJ. Jacksonville Herald. That's a' cation at the. State Prison Farm at amounts of bonds outstanding and spent last Friday night here as and sun to its r'', U1, |,host t
stretching subject.To interest charges thereon. The data guest of Mr. and Mrs. I, W. Pin- ,
Ralford and give better service en which 'I"
C. Robinson ____ ________.__________- Managing\ Editor o- world the Boardof gathered is as of April 16, 1930, holster. God ,hi,, rOt 'II
with the Outside are
"faithful ,
.. .. h _ _ be stylish: these days means Commissioners' of State Institutions I and Is practically up to date. Mr. Ray Godwin and daughter, 2:10.: ) death

1 SUBSCRIPTION RATE watching your take-off,-Starke at Tallahassee recently authorized The amount' of outstanding Wilma, spent several days4of last .
Telegraph. The same thing applies of bonds In the eighty-one municipalities week here with friends and rela 'Mrs. Austinworld's was lot
construction of line
Advance a rill
Six Months 75c Payable in
Yearly, $1.50; I If you want to be cool as well wire along the new road from the Hated five having no bonded goods, bur w..
tives.Mr.
Advertising Rates on Application as stylish\ ,-Inverness Chronicle. prison farm to'Starke, a distance Indebtedness, totals $235,069- I and Mrs. I. W. PIn holster, faith good week... tOYaI
,. .. ---I. their : love and these
r..0-- of approximately eleven miles. Re- 64379. I who have made this home for ill, beqUfl''

Chicago is now staging the "Battle of Babies." The state has resumed granting placement of iron wire along the The annual Interest requirementson many years, have moved to Lake her husband, chlldl'en U4
oil leases. Will you be surprised with these bonds amount to a totalof City. We wish them luck in their Farewell deal 'Iijter ,
existing; line heavy copper Dr
? iu t a o If you wake up some morning to wire will also improve service $11,446,677. These interest new home. meet you In the ""IBalied OJ;,

Tax bodies of the state are making an earnest effort to to learn that oil has been struck which is Imperative In the case of charges, of nearly eleven and one- Mrs. Russ and children of La- der.

reduce Taxes. somewhere In Florida?-Key West notifying outside world of escapes half million dollars, annually In crosse, attended church here last, W t.. Dautt

alp p Star. Ves. and sounding alarms the board addition to the money required ev- Sunday night. Clt-Nye
n o was informed by C. S. Hammett, ery year for operating expenses of Prof, and Mrs. Laird and daughter p

I fah. Starke has need of a lower rate on electricity where used "I may not have a little fairy In englnelf'r.ork on the circuit municipalities, are jvhat! press Jean,_ attended to. business. In log plant moved ti Id'rRelq
the most heavily\ on |the taxpayers. The Jacksonville last Saturday. I next to Florida Powh
for heat and power. my home or a little miss In my will begin at once, it Is stated. &
feel Interest load must be carried until Mr. Odell Craig and Lonnie Dade City A
car, said Oscar the Operator, as Times-Union. R Cat,
heal ] a the bonds paid be Parker transacting business in
are as can Been was chased business
he started home, "but I certainly ''II Paaco
has and societies than other n by the figures would be Georgia last Monday and Tuesday.Mr. 1I,
,Ili Key West more lodges any have a little made in my cellar." not very formerly owned',, D
tabs city of its size on earth. Inverness Chronicle.; The road to tenantry la paved heavy were that all the money that R. M. and E. A. Gainey were ton. 0l(
; .. with buying corn, buying bacon, municipalities had to raise through transacting business In Georgialast
Hialeah
o- r. buying lard;, buying molasses, buyIng taxation. But meanwhile, mu- Tuesday.Mr. Cit II', 0\ rs..

Summer vacationists to other sections will soon be coming With the masses of his constituents ; potatoes. buying pork, buying nlcipalltleia must continue in operation R.,, M. and L. R. Galney! were acquired Company plants o. Piire\J

and World War. veterans R. beans,. buying bay, buying horse, I and must continue to collect attending to business in Live Oak and lllaicah 11'1
home to Florida to cool off.
A. Green is tbt most popular con- chicken and hog feeds..These, buy taxes to take care of operating< last Monday. pany.

o gressman that ever repi 'sented ings lead straight to involuntary expenses. Also, there should be Mr. H. P. Gainey and Ted Redd s

The linotype operator who set it yawn party instead of Florida. Gainesville Evening sales. involuntary sales of mort- yearly setting aside, out of tax were attending to business .in

that new lawn party was partly correct. News. gaged crops, involuntary sales of monies of definite amounts. In Gainesville last Monday. Keep tool l at Ifs
the -0--- tobacco?Involuntary sales of farm sinking funds, to be applied on Mr. Clanton was transacting

'6 o ', All over the state, Including ; tools, and finally to involuntary bond payments when such payments business in Georgia last Monday.

15 ; Among the news of no news value is the comment that Monroo county, taxes are being sales of land If It is true that roadto become due. All this financial Miss Mary Reddslh was visiting FLORIDjTHEATRE

heaviest buyers of candy. slashed. And that movement. If tenantry Is paved with bought burden Is what makes it friends here Saturday. -
men are
continued will have much more supplies, then certainly road to !
extremely difficult for municipalities Mrs, Lucille Baxter of Jackson-
i 0Putnam -- than anything else to do with a return home and farm ownership Is paved "
to ville the here
ra1I' get along, pay running expenses spent week-end with Home \'I.apbone!
p county lops 15 percent off teachers' salaries be- of realty activity.-Key, West with home grown products for the and in addition, interest friends and relatives.

cause of decrease in valuations in that county. I Star., family and livestock and a surplus. charges on bonds' outstanding. Mrs.! Smith of Jacksonville, GAINESVILLE.Program Fl
e to sell. One-crop farming Impoverishes It Is only by the practice of ut- spent Sunday here as guest of her
--0 Tallahassee officials started a the soil, the people who till most of economy that municipalities mother, Mrs. Ward. Aul

Chicagoans have formed an alimony club. The wives bonfire with ten million dollars' it and the people who own It. Bal- that are deepest In debt can Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Morgan and Week

have a choice of several clubs to enforce payment.If worth of !b.onds printed by the Ev- anced farming enriches the soil keep going, paying their debts son, Clarence, were ,transacting
erglades drainage district but never and paves the way to farm owner Including Interest on bond loans, business in Starke last Saturday.

o 'issued.-Starke Telegraph. A ship or ,a profitable partnership as I'they go* keeping their credit TODAY

you haven't a farm or home and ever intend to possess lot of us wish we could start a between owner and renter.-Clip- good and, in due course of time
bonfire with bonds did Issue.. HKACTIFfL IN MKEAM Lon Chanty
ettnadchl we
either now is the best time to make that purchase. ped.. paying their bonded Indebtedness.
,
) IN K.\TII
Wauchula Advocate. .
.u i. n "r Realizing this,. public officials are In
to )I o --a- iAs cattle. ;dipping continues
I figuring operating
more
expenses "The
oaf + Florida might well fall in line with other states in legis- Itcouldn't must have been a man who Florida month by month is becom- closely at .the present time, than Nothing gives me more pleasure Unholy ThrAll ,
fly who said women make, ing more tick ,free and In a few I before as a minister of the gospel than to Talking, based on the
dfR.Dr lating against the hitch-hiking pests on our highways. ever as there Is great need
I illustarate the version-With a Slarcl
good fliers because they are naturally more years the entire state will be for doing. However there Is reas- principles of the

o fllghty.- Starke Telegraph. entirely rid of this pest which has on to believe that some officials are New Testament Christianity by

/ Anyway, the bathing beauties of today are better pre- Don't you think the answer could injured and stunted our cattle and not cutting operating expenses as some faithful Christian who has SATURDAYWilliam
nt have come just as well from a man which has caused millions of dol- exemplified its power in life and
Ay"h for sharply as they should. Where
pared a swim than the beauties of twenty years ago. PomV\
that flew around a great deal.T- lars worth of damage. Three ad- there is failure to do this financial In death. And no method of

o High Springs Telegram. ditional Florida counties and partof conditions are not going to be very teaching so appeals to the people. In

Some editors of the state are unkind in trying to figure -p another were declared tick free much Improved and in some Instances This Is why so much of the Bible "For the Defen
{ Ben Franklin started' the Saturday Is to .
and released from quarantine by given biography.It
heir whether Florida wins or loses in gaining another congress- may be made a great deal
Evening Post. With the hand Di'. J. V.. Knapp, state veterinar- worse than they are now, the policy has only been a few months WJth Comedy and Vimj
I man. press he used it would take 2000 ian', to bring more than half of of extravagance and wasteful since our city was saddened by

o years to print one Issue of the the state Into tick area recently. expenlture of public funds continu the death of Mrs. H. Aus- Monday & Tues

t Anti-tobacco cannibals present magazine. Imagine him Counties released were Nassau, ing. tin. She was regarded by many
league says will not eat
, anyone coming home after getting out as the most faithful member of
Clay and Bradford and a portionof Fair warning has been given Return of Dr. Fi\
who uses tobacco. That could be construed. as a tip for mis- the first number and really tryingto Duval lying north and west of and is repeated' here, to be mind- the Christian church In this city.

tdenpv sionaries. ,, convince folks that he had been the St. Johns river. Several thou- ful of municipal, and also, county, Her fidelity and purity, In chu
In the office all that time.-Mart- thought; word and life admired
0 '. sand head,;:ot cattle are owned in expenditures In order that ffancial was FeatuilngWarner
anna Florldan. this terrll.ot'y.a.nd the lifting, of the by all who knew her.
conditions may be Improved and Oland 1
Figures figures but to make residents of northern
are try
-0-- quarantine will greatly aId the cat the If he churches were filled with
taxpayers relieved of a burden t ti
states sweltering in the heat believe Florida's temperature Lake Wales held a beauty con- tie' and dairying business in the .that they are bearing more or less such as Sister Austin It would be "Mysterious Theexciting Dr sequence ft Sim,
test for the Must have beena one of earth's richest .
men. counties affected. There are now blessings.The
n C' reports. patiently, but looking for relief, With Gang ('011,,'<<1, 8m\ .
big "scream' If those doll- writer said In the funeral
guys thirty-fouri' counties in 'the state
lid l expecting to get It, to some extentat
e.. o ed themselves up In costumes any- that are tick free. The latest least. Not getting expected sermon: "It Is a pleasure to pay

r Time, tide and brunettes wait for no man, says the South thing like what' the ladles wear counties to',be realeased from quar- lief from the existing tax burden re-, the last tribute of respect 19 this WEDNESDAYWilliam I

.v yea Jacksonville Journal. Interesting when they are out after beauty antine will officially be .declared departed sister, because in so do-
if true, and it gives the public officials, no doubt will be \
blondes prizes.--Marlanna TimesCourier.It's tick free by the government De- railed on to explain why taxes are Ing I have something to stand on. Pou'eUIn

spha a chance.I not necessary for a man to cember 1, but this is a routine announcement not being lowered. Some of them I once refused to conduct the fu-

'.a 4A o "doll up" to win In beauty contests aa the government issues will have a difficult time making neral of a man who died drunk be- "Shadow of the J L

laa t Bachelors should be classed as luxuries and so taxed, says proclamations' semi-an- explanations that will satisfy even cause I had nothing to stand on." With Commit' and Hrtl
t'or i4.ad --a "Not so on this occasion. Be-
nually. Practically all of Florida's
the
most reasonable of
one female authority. The suggestion is passed on to our leg- The quarterly Issue of Florida cattle raising counties are now,, tick Referring again and taxpayers.finally, to cause goodness was Sister Austin's

islative members. Woods and Waters put out by the free.-TI mes-Uulon. bond debts and Interest charges, chief greatness; and goodness was CODIIN'GGreta
and fish has her crown."
game
o department r"--0----- there Is nothing to be gained by
. rsal l reached us and it Is a very fine "'ol't'.dll11 a Crop Pearls, rubles and diamonds GarboIn
blaming those by whom
One thing that makes these communications from the I piece of printing, and contains (Miami Herald) mountains of debt were created.these sparkle and are radiant: but there

spirit world sound fishy is that the senders never brag or many fine photographs that are ''One dl poslUol1. of the 6O OOOO generally, in good,faith, it is fair is nothing so radiant as a life liv- "Romance"With
good to look at but rather expensive ed the faith and constlstency of the
acres of cut-over land in Florida
complain about the climate. to say The only thing to do now, LKWIS: I4TO'()
to produce. It strikes us that which la not, worth, taxes today is and under prevailing circumstances radiance of New Testament Christ-
-
Q the money spent on this magazine offered by, the establishment of the Is to find some to ianity. Such was the life of Sis
Distillers of medicinal whiskey will make a breakfast food could and should be put to some International Paper Company mill Interest charges as they way become pay ter Austin tOe & :\Ik'

from the mash. The bootleggers cannot afford to let the pub- more useful purpose.-Wauchula at Panama City, and the announced due, and make some provision for Her face was lovely in life,. and
t.. Advocate. Cost of producing the
Intention ,
of.- that to '
lic get look at the mash company paying bonda when they mature, 6- ..... ---
4 a they use. magazine Is covered by advertising begin reforesting 300,000 acres. even though to do thla hurts ex- ... -.-.--

) 0 carried. People generally have become a ceedingly. Far better suffer tem-

Voters should read the notice of Florida's general election - --e- little skeptical of such developments porarily than to be forever disgraced HERE'S JVHY-
Mexican minister says the
and were doubtful of
many
in this issue and acquaint themselves with the four because of not paying honest -
: wA con- American tariff of 3 cents per this mill when It was announced.But debts, honestly contracted.

stitutional amendments to be voted on in November, pound on tomatoes will eliminatethat the first unit is under construction -' We Urge You to Attend the Ninth Annual

ti pAt country from growing to. and every indication
matoes for shipment to the United points to production soon of 175\
the meeting of the Associated Dailies in Jacksonvillea
e a Stated. Florida will benefit more tons of paper a day. The state is BROOKER

resolution deploring tree sitters as publicity seekers was than any other state from the new showing signs of accepting paper Ml.! Pearl Galacr. Car. Farmers'and Fruit Growers'

I4 adopted, and further deplored "the ape-like tendencies of some tariff on vegetables, MexlcojbelngFlorida's ) mills as staple Industries.To e
most formidable competitor have"raw material, west and Mr L. W. Sowell of High
of the younger, generation. and the protection will allow north Florida muat yield up many Springs spent the week-end here

o '' our farmers to ship many hundred thousands ofacres of timber each with Mrs. Sowell. For. Men and Women at the

\. Grapes being produced in this section are equal in size added cats at. a proflt.-Starke year. Much of the virgin growth Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Pin holster
Telegraph. With this encouragement la gone. and only second-growth of Jacksonville; COLLEGE OF
spent the week- AGRICULTURE
and flavor to in.
shipped Daily shipments by
are
any express
we ought to see considersably remains. But if the Internationaland end here with friends and rela-

going out from the local express platform, Penney Farms more ground broken for other paper companies, can tives. Gainesville, Fla.

supplying the bulk of the' movement. something other than filling stations. ; find enough to run for several Mrs. R. W, Brannen and daughter. -
.-Tallahassee State New8\ years and mean-while Inauguratea
, Pauline of Lake Butler spent
o ,
0- reforesting policy with suitable the week-end here as guest of Mr.
The Fort Meade Leader hands out the advice to spray The popular member of congress provisions for keeping the cattle- and Mrs. II. P. Gainey. AUGUST

your house pants as well as your ramblers with Black Leaf from this district was a visitor In men and lgnorant farmers of Prof and Mm. Laird Miss Lois 11-15,1930
Williston last Friday. This Is his
that section from ruining the seedlings -
Galney, Mrs. A. F. Raulerson r
before become mildewed. That editor will and
40 they probably
first trip here this year and he had by fire, this state will soon Mr. Lester Sponholtx were attending

give you additional information what it is all about on request just returned from the busy session I have less trouble about collecting to business in Starke last Fri You will get Inspiration and new detcrmlnntloii fn>."
of that Congress has held I taxes on timber land. r

which adjourned a few days ago To face'' the truth fearlessly, day.Mr.. If. P. and L. R. Oalney andG. aprakera.

o R. A. .(Lex) Green Is a very I: there are man millions of acres W. and Ivan Hazen were transacting

It looks like matters are one-sided when we have laws popular man with the voters In 1 of land In' Florida good only for business In Georgia last You will /get Information that will help you ni"kr

requiring trained men and safe equipment on all passenger this district and enjoyed the hon- | holding the state together and for Tuesday.Mr .
of in crop,inuro money, and better .
or having no opponent the growing timber. The myth about Maurice Tiomea.t
trains and then let any kind of driver with any kind of mo- prlmar In June. He spent several the abundance of rich. soil has was visiting, friends Brown here of last Miller Saturday

rI rIe' torized junk imperil passengers in other cars on the high. hours In Wllllston calling on been outworn. Timber Is a good night: and Sunday.Mr. You will have opportunity to visit the 'J1t'rlnwllral"' l land r

his friends. He asked us to give crop and If industries can be encouraged .. Hewitt of Lake Butler
h 1.t ways. his regards; to those he missed see- to come here and refor transacting business here last Saturday was lots, where tesU are showing best and niiwe ('on"*

t o lnir.-Willston) Sun. est. It la up tor the state to give, every night. method N of doing thing,

Jackson county organizes a strawberry growers associa- o . leglthtfate, assistance. Miss Stella \Mae Ward of Jacksonville
, 1 f A with 200 farmers with sufficient to Well, anyway the. Starke Telegraph II spent' the' week-end
tion signing up acreage here You will have A .nuts" !
has the most delicious look. Interest;Cttarges In Staggering an of delightful educational varallon, '
her
guest mother, Mrs. T. P.
t.t.i ,
Florida be the 'of the :
'
: assure success. can strawberry garden -
. Ing "wrapper of any of' the exchanges Amounts Ward. 1"11T"kr the family for the week.nefon. .
country, and with organization and distribution every mar : that comes to our exchange '* Florida Times-Union. Mr. L. A. Brown was transacting

ketable be sold at table. Picturing a luscious Debts carry with them Interest business rn Georgia last ,
i j, berry grown can a profit. Tuesday. )OU KO; when .dueil
ripe strawberry leaf. 'oncome back If you
or
1 on a green charges that' frequently prove to Miss Lubedla Plnholster who
h o Sister Goolsby, you could "do so" be not only burdensome' but ac- has been spending coma time In )ouH find H "welcome at

Polk county sheriff and deputy, arrested for having venson too. with the cucumber, the Wauf; tually crushing to those having interest Jacksonville with friends and relatives -

out of season, were found guilty by jury and will appealthe chula State Hank used to, carry to,. pay to say nothing of returned home last Friday.
across their cb\ICke.-olr.ef'cbobee' payment of the principal which Mr. Earnest
Hewitt and Mils
case on grounds that ,the game law is unconstitutional.The News. Trouble Is It we started continues to. draw interest as longas Mable Hewitt of Lake Butler were BANK

officials probably take the stand that the game law is'a picturing, our principal crops In the debts remain unpaid visiting friends here last Sunday OF STARKv

goM one,to be enforced when they are not en the,receivingend colors on our wrappers wewouldn't Recently J, Mark Wilcox: city afternoon. ROLL OF DANK
have time,, to print the attorney of ,West Palm Beach Mr. and Mrs. Warner Mott or HONOR
i* the sentence. I II I paper. Imagine a wrapper with compiled and made public a tab- Hague were guests of Mrs. Sarah E. S. MATTHEWS, Pres. R., J. DAVIS, Ca.i
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