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 15, 1930
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00027795
Volume ID: VID04772
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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)Dairy; Industry

In Dry Clouds Loral DaJrjnutn Want industry Road Body / Amount Ile-tajr Shipped In REACHING ,

to I1. Started on Wholesale -

us jmill. C.onunltUIn Heartiness to :Nation's Drought Should Put Many 8c le. Surfacing of Slate Road BH, CoInmMn Florida imported 104.552 gal- i Municipalities May Levy Taxee to

Itondlo Applications for Loans Longer ,Closed Dollars In Htalo's Pockets" County,. Among/ lons of milk during the period I'ay for ponds.
Farmers Interested in establish meLt Received from October 1, 1929 to June 30,
ms- On Now Crops; ment the Industry In 1930, according! to a report just A decision of
Term Dark dought clouds! hanging low of dairy recent the Florida. ;
ceb Fishing over most of the United States Bradford county on a wholesale Bids were opened by the state made by John M. Scott chief milk supreme court regarding the legal

III, }Farmers of Bradford county! showed silver linings to Florida basis are Invited to come to a road department In Tallahassee inspector, to Commissioner Nathan light of a municipality to levy gen-

woy who suffered reverses from failure May Be Asked farmers today ... meeting at the county courthouse! Monday for one construction! pro- !Mayo of the state agricultural eral taxes to pay outstanding-

ot the strawberry and other crops With vegetable supplies burnIng next Monday evening 8 o'clock, ject and for furnishing road materials department. bonds covering! : special Improve-

Doaa I the past season are, eligible to secure Would Limit Commercial Fishing. up almost everywhere, and to hear Mr. Campbell of the on five otherv projects. The Miami used 32,709 gallons of ments has been declared of far-

a Federal loan not to exceed! In July and AUIUNt. much livestock being thrown on Southland Dairy Products Company construction work and purchases this Imported' milk; West Palm reaching Influence throughout the

4 $50 an acre for each crop grown the market for slaughter, the Mr. Campbell was secured will total approximately,$250,000. Beach used 27,360 gallons and St. state.

elI I the past season, the loan to bear A closed season on all salt water state marketing bureau believes for this date through efforts of Mr. Award of the contracts will be Petersburg used 11,242 gallons, The case was that of A. M.

i Interest of I 5 per cent! according! commercial fishing during the fall and winter months will bring L. D. Green and other local par announced at a meeting of the department the report said. The remainderof Klemm, a widow, of Winter Haven

I to Information given out by the months of July and August is beIng golden days to the Sunshine State. ties Interested In the establishment to be held,'at Panama the Imported milk was used In versus W. M. Davenport and

county committee! composed! of advocated by the large fish- New Florida vegetable crops at- ot the dairy Industry In City Wednesday. scattered districts! throughout the other officials of the city of CierI -

MrtSBrs. L. H. Hill, E. S. Matthewsand ing interests of the state to E. C. taining maturity in a month or so Bradford and Mr. Green believes The apparent low bidders were: state. I mont..
t O. W. Hazen. Loans can! onlybe cattle of this section will Dade county dairymen, during
,ry Strickland, shell fish commissioner should find a made-to-order mar owners Project 713, road No. 28, Columbia Procured Writ
secured on crops meeting with of the state, he announced Sat- ket In Northern cities thinks L. learn something", to their advantage county! ; 2,951 tons slag- this same period, produced 2,383- Mrs Klemm procured an alter-

failure the past season, and on an urday morning, as a remedy for M.: Rhodes, state market.:ng com- by attending. Woodstock Slag company and 881 gallons of milk. Duval county native writ of mandamus from the

acreage not to exceed that planted the over-stocked market and low missioner. Mi. Green, who owns a large Birmingham Slag company, each dairymen produced! approxi- Lake county circuit court directingthe t'

last season, and it is for the prices received during the sum- Record Prices dairy near Starke, stated Wednesday the same 9628.30; 2.951 tons mately 2,000,000 gallons of milk city of Clermont to levy and
of helping those farmers that he has been of which! the city of Jacksonville
interested collect
ryI.. purpose mer months.It Florida livestock, of which crushed stone Florida. Crushed a general ad valorem tax
unable to finance another crop! or Is expected that the 1931 legislature there Is plenty, will draw bigger In the wholesale project for Stone company! Ocala: T C-l consumed 1,917,969 gallons Du- on all taxable property In the citysufficient

b not In position to secure aid from will be asked to act on and better prices in the fall and some time' and while Jackson-! prime-The Barrett company, val county! exported 82,041 gallonsto to pay her claim baaed

b1T other sources.In this matter and to pass laws pro- winter, Rhodes says, than ever be- villa recently called on Mr. Campbell Birmingham, and American Tar other part. of the state. and to on $5,000 worth of past due street
addition to the county committee hibiting commercial fishing during who is now opening a new Products company, Birmingham! points outside the state. Improvement bonds or show cause '

named above, a subcommittee these months Commissioner fore.That Is because the drought has plant in that city similar to the each the same, $2,9638; oil &1- Alachua county exported 116,- why it should not.
II for the Lawtey section, In Ocala. After his 668 gallons of milk last and "
, Strickland (stated. Principal ad- caused Western livestock men to one operated phalt-The Texas company! Jacksonville ;year The city! countered with a motion -
imposed of Messrs.: 'B. ,Wells, Interview with Mr. Campbell Mr. Marlon county! exported nearly as
vocates! of the closed season are unload carload after carload of $3,369.24.Project to quash this writ, claiming
James Rosier and W. H. Norman, Green drove to the Ocala section much milk as was brought Into
from Ta/npa and the Quit coaat beef cattle and other livestock on HIS road No. 19, Taylor that the Florida law which required
has been named. For the Starke and talked the matter over with the state during the ;year, according ;
points, according to the shell fish the markets for ready cash. county; laying Florida lime such a tax when necessary! to
aectloD., composed of Hampton, commissioner.The "The Western beef supply will I farmers who were selling their rock base 8 inches compact from to the report. prevent default of bond payments '
Theressa and adjacent territory, milk to company.! The 'farm- From October 1, 1929, to May
large fish dealers point outthatrdurlng be cut! down materially as a result the\ Perry to Madison county line, was unconstitutional In that it
Messrs. L. A. Davis, N. D. Wainwright ers were wolf pleased with their 31, 1930, Dade county! manufactured
rfth July and August It Is ," Rhodes explains. "Corn will 15.95 miles-Fred D. Bensley, Inc. would constitute! double taxation.
and C.' A. Futch will serve. arrangement- with the creamery! 57,277 pounds of butter
a not profitable to ship fish to go high because of the drought. Tampa, 17343444. on property which had already
Members of the committee to serve northern states, which get a fresh Florida, livestock men, therefore, company and as a result Marlon Project 601, road No.6, Cal- 20,470 pounds of cottage cheese paid special assessment taxes for
Bronker territory will be announced !- county Is fast .developing Into a and 368,767 gallons of Ice cream
supply of fish during the summer should repeivo good prices this houn county: 900 tons slag- i the Improvements. The circuit
later, but farmers can applyto dairying county, and Ices, it was shown.
from New England waters. As a winter, better than ever before." Woodstock Slag company! Birmingham court ruled In favor of the city.
committee named or to the The new plant In' Jacksonvillewill Five distributers In Tampa from
any result Florida shippers get low and Birmingham Slag The case was appealed before I
Bank of Starke. All applicationsfor prices for their! product, In mauy Plenty of Food' take all the _Ilk'' this section company! each! the same $2,790; October I, 1929, to June 30, 1980, the state supreme court! which
these loans must be made be- Jacksonville dinner tables have can produce, Mr. Green stated '
Instances below cost. 900 tons crushed gravel-Hock- purchased 1,177,50V gallon)" of heard oral arguments And finally
fore August 28th the committee The proposed closed season not felt effect of the drought and and will pay 42. cents a gallon more Gravel company Montgomery milk produced! In Florida. The 1 reversed the decision of the lower

points out, which! means prompt would not affect the rod and reel probably won't Rhodes and a number This price allows the farmer a considerable $2.565; 900 tons round gravel only foreign milk used In Tampa court! In Lake county and upheld

notion on/the part of those desiring or hook and line fishermen, Commissioner of prduce men say profit above expenses of Florida Gravel company, during the year was 1,512 gallons that state law under which Mrs.

a loan. Strickland stated, but Produce men reported today producing and delivery and there Chattahoochee $2,115. Imported during November, It was Klemm sought to obtain paymentof ,
These loans are to be used solely that farmers brought In a bountiful is no limit to the amount the dairy declared
would merely apply to the commercial Project! 15 0 1-C, road No. 6, Cal- her claims against the city of
for the purpose of making a fishermen using nets. supply of vegetables and that company will handle It sufficient Clermont '
houn county! ; No. 4 slag special!
crop the committee points out, It .115 believed Commissioner few varieties are being purchased farmers can bo Interested In the, Woodstock Slag company and Comment Issue

and on crops to be planted betweennow Strickland stated, that the pro- from far off states in the dry belt. matter, tentative, plans Include delivery Birmingham Slag company, each To Receive :((3idsHampton Following the announcement! of
and 1st to be harvested Florida right is between of milk In the to ,
January posed Reason would now evenings
the law
the same $11,977.35; crushed! the high court'! decision,
this fall and winter or next allow the fish to multiply more seasons in vegetable crops, points a central! depot where It will be SchoolShooL '' '
gravel--Rock mo re Gravel company firm of Toughton, Mitchell' and
tprlnff. There are no fees attached rapidly aQd al.o'' give the fisher- out the state marketing bureau., placed on cold! storage and delivered
$11,977.35 round gravel- Crittenden of Winter Haven, attorneys ;,
and the various committees and New crops, should be on the Jacksonville by truck -
men an opportunity to repair their Florida, Gravel company! 8936. for. Mrs. Klemm, issued
the bank do not receive any formof gear for the ten-months season of market by October. After that, the following morning. 36. Board Attends to MattersAt this comment on tho case:

compensation, these bodies act- fishing.' new beans,, corn! tomatoes, cabbage Freeing thlH section of the state Rejculur Monthly
.. Project 619, road No. Ii, Manatee "Tills, decision,affects practically -
Ing only In tile"capacity !-receiving 4 ;; peppers' and'similar truck of the'caUl.- tick will new permitthe Meeting ) sr
county; 8,600 tons Florida. every municipal bond issued la
the farmer's application for a will be plentiful. production! of the breeds moot '
lime rock-Florida Lime Rock! Florida since 1925. about halt a
loan and after it has been prop- AMKNDMKNTH: :: : TO UK: {Corn Rulf..rsTbe satisfactory for milk productionto Board met Aug. 4th, In regular
Sales Ocala, $14,792 billion dollars worth, whether Issued ,
company ;
erly filled out to transmit it to VOTED ON THIS FALL bureau asserts, however, add to the native stock, and session with all l( members present:
39 feet 30 Inch pipe, 96 feet 24 under the general laws or
the Farmers' Seed Loan Office! in that not all of Florida escaped the stockmen see no reason why this A. II. Surrency, James T. Moore, '
Inch pipe, 9 feet 18 Inch! reinforced under local laws patterned after a'
Columbia, S. C. Voters In every county In Flor drought. Western Florida corn! county cannot take the lead In I and H. D. May, chairman.
concrete Con the general laws and Is extremely
pipe-Sherman ,
The procedure set out by the ida will be required to ,vote on and peanut growers suffered. CornIn this Industry since! establishment Minutes of previous meeting
crete Pipe company, $310.20. beneficial to the future ,welfare of !
seed loan office is for the farmer four constitutional amendmentsnext that region was damaged from of a nearby market to take In un- read and approved.Mr '
Project 876-A road No. 78. Dn- the state In guarantying the moat j
desiring to avail himself of this November.The 30 to 40 per cent, peanuts 20 per limited quantities. Leaston Wynn met board
val county 2,348 tons slag-- valuable security of Investors in
first would grant to counties ,
relative to his
otter to apply to either of the committees I daughter attend-
cent.The Woodstock Slag and municipal bonds-the right to
named or the Bank of districts and municipalitiesthe fact that Florida Is so for company ing Starke school and owing to
Gives Amount Birmingham Slag company! each! bonds. Any who wish to
pay may
right to Issue refunding bonds.
in conditions
Starke for the application blanks. tunate not having its vegetable same granted. '
the same, $7,983.20; 2,238 tons repudiate booded'indebtedne s of '
The state could Issue bonds "only
With their assistance the blanks supply depleted and prices! shoot Bids for bus route from New
will be filled out and the note for the purpose of repelling invasion ing upward as a result, is all the Tax Reductions crushed gravel-Rockmore Gravel River ordered advertlseld Florida municipalities will find lit-
O. C-2 tle comfort In this decision."
drawn for the amount of the loan or suppressing Insurrection. more impressive when It Is con- company award to be made Aug. 16, 1930. ,t
-- prime-Mexican Petroleum com- .
desired. In this connection, the The second would exempt from sidered that recently New York Mi. Chealey Fogg met board
committee explained that while all taxation certain! Industries established City's food bill Increased! $1,000000 ,- Tax Assessor Hayes furnished pany, Atlanta, $1,66391 ; oil as relative to his children attending DKTOIH: AT RIVER: NOON

the farmer la limited to $50 an in the state on or after in one day. the Telegraph with figures from phalt-The Texas company! Jacksonville Starke school, owing to conditionssame A TILING Ol-1 TIlE 1>"81."

acre, he l Is eligible to receive this July I, 1929. The period of tax The same condition! was reported his books Wednesday showing reduction $2,441.14 refused. -
In. valuations In real estate .
amount per acre on as many dif- exemption would not exteqd. be- In a number of other cities Pension claims allowed the following The ihort detour at the Suwannee -
railroads for
ferent crops planted and on whichhe yond the year 1948. Bumper" Crops for HOSPITAL! RKPORTM l n- : Mrs. Mamie C.-Ward, Mrs. river bridge, on highway 10,
the 1930
suffered crop! failures or severe The third would provide for the Produce'men here buying beansIn county as compared WAHDH' CONDITION AH FAIR Ruth Marr, Mrs. Nettle Starling, south of Old Town, will soon be
with 1929k The total reduction
irop, losses the past season. He assessment, levying and collectionof Virginia complained! today of Mrs. Katie Sellers Mrs. Katherine a thing of the past A large force
amounts to $307,166. thereport
cannot secure a loan for planting! Inheritance and estate taxes. a burned up supply. Large shipments shows, divided as follows: Real The condition! of D. R. Edwards, Sponholti, Mrs. Nancy Starling, of'men are working on the bridge
a crop ,he did not plant last sea-! The amount would be limited to received early In the week special agent for the Jacksonville Mrs Mettle Bennett, Mrs. Lillian to connect the grade With the old
estate and
$230,461 $ personal automobiles -
son, neither can he secure a1 loan that collected! by the United States could not be used, they said. $2 8',136, railroads $47- Terminal Company, who was shot Norman, Mrs. Louanna Grllfls. bridge at the river
to plant larger number of acres 1 government and the tax would exIst Already, predictions have been 969. This amounts to practically by an unknown negro while on Board recessed until AUK.: 16, As a precautionary method ,

of any one crop than he had the 1 only as long as the United mado of a bumper citrus crop a 12 1.2 percent! reduction In duty In the railroad yards near. 1930 at which! time they will receive against high water for the future

last season. I States government's tax on Inheritance worth million valuations for the county. the Myrtle avenue underpass late bids for Hampton bonds and a fourteen span bridge Is being put

It was also pointed out that and estates exists i "It looks like we are among the The amount of reduction and Sunday night, was reported as fair also for, ejection of Hampton In a short, distance! .from the end
while these notes do not mature The last would provide tor the few who have reason to be) very the percentage< for the different by St. Luke's hospital authorities I school building. of the grade With this wide opening -
assessment, levying and collection! optimistic about the fall and win- last night. The bullet entered I of :210 feet
until May 1, 1931, all of the crops funds Is given as follows: A. J. Orlffls, Secy. any surplus water
to be planted by the applicantare of only one form of taxation on ter," Commissioner Rhodes states.JADHIEN Real estate-1929, $1,560.900: Edwards' left chest near his heart e- will go under the brld ;..aaKl a''

covered! by the mortgage and motor vehicles as property. That 1930. $1,320,439. Decrease $230- and little hope Is l held for his recovery STREET: : NAMKH: ON CURUIMJ: back Into the river without any.
the loan Is required to be paid tax would be a license tax, the -L-1.. damage to the grade.
461 or slightly less than 16
from the proceeds of the first cash amount to be fixed by the legislature Edwards was shot when he dis- Painters have about completedthe The bridge over the river Is 185 ,+
crops sold. Not more than $1.600 and would be In lieu of all cent.Personal and automobiles covered a negro prowling aroundthe task of painting name of feet In length from the end of the
will be loaned to ad valorem,taxes on motor vehicles yards and ordered him out. grade and the floor is being
any one appli- Following further Investigation 1929 $320.596? 1930, $291,860 streets In Starke, this work being now <;
of as personal property. The negro fired two shots) at Ed- : put In place under the "
cant, and the total amount the board of commissioners of Decreases $l, 785 or slightly over done on all paved streets In town. supervision
loans to tenants of any one land state Institutions Tuesday discharged 11 percent.. wards and then ran. Edwards The names of the different' streets of the state road department and

owner shall not exceed! the aggregate -I I l'IOJ.oVS"A. : NUISANCK: and disqualified W. E. Railroads _'1929. $589,492! said he fired several shots at his were painted on the curbing at Intersections the work will be rushed to com-
sum of $2.QOO These are assailant but believes he missed pletion. As the entire road crew
bean, convict 'guard' 'tfadsde'ri 1980, $14L,223jDecrenee$47,969or black letters on a I, f
the maximum amounts and the him. The wounded man was pick- In Dixie county In connection! with
Pigeons nesting In and around county and retained J. R. Dodd slightly over 13' 1.4 percent. white background. Court street ,ti
committees are required to restrict ed up and taken to St. Luke's hospital special bridge builders are work1
the county courthouse have become convict guard, who had been sus probably bears distinction of 1
the smaller by 8. A. Douglas.-Times- ing on the Job It will not be lone '
applications to a such! a nuisance that officials pended. ARRESTED POR being the shortest In town, only

amount per acre or per Individual have taken up taget shooting witha The two guards had been .suspended PETIT TIIIKVKHV: Union, Aug. 12. two blocks in length, but as it Intersects until this connecting! link will be ;'

where It Is felt that a leaser .22 rifle as a sideline In an effort two weeks ago until the Mr. Edwards", Is well known with Call street It carries! completed and Dixie county! will '

amount will be sufficient. to rid the building of Its surplus board could have more detailed Tommy Forsyth and Leon Alvarez throughout this section! he having the nice distinction of north and have as fine roads directly through

Thin Is necessary! because! of the tenants. So far the sheriff Information concerning! the death were placed! In the county been a resident of Lawtey for south Court street. Somewhere In the county as any In the state._ 1

limited appropriation made by wears the championship belt for of a negro prisoner, who died according jail Saturday by Sheriff Eppersonon many years where he was engaged the shuffle of the years Pennsylvania Perry Herald.

congress and to the fact that the accuracy! although some of the to a Quincy physician Dr a warrant charging the pair In the turpentine business. avenue has had Its named -- t

number of applications! for loans other officials have scored an occasional S. E. Wtlboit, who attended him, with petit laceny in connection Reports from Jacksonville! physicians changed to Eighth street all unknown JlfRT IN: ACCIDENT .

this year will be much greater 'blt on the tower without from cerebal! hemmorhage. While with the recent losses of chickensby today indicated that they to old-timers, they say, and s

than that of last year. As a consequence Injury to the tower or birds. acquitted from any blame In the' several residents In and near I now held strong hopes for the recovery one resident of that street mightbe Lloyd Green received! several ',

committees! are required to case of this negro Dean was Starke. Officers had been workingon that a first seemed ex- caught! some moonlight night severe cuts! and bruises Saturday i.

use judgment In accepting applications found to have been negligent In the case for some time and fin- : tremely doubtful. with a paint bucket and brush restoring night when the car In which he ,

for loans and In cases! of only ment to assist In every possible his treatment of another negro ally succeeded! in connecting the .I the original name to that was riding left the highway and '

the most urgent need to the end way those farmers who have suffered who "fell out" from exhaustion two with the almost nightly disappearance HTATK'H: COTTOV CROPPROHPtXTS one particular street. overturned in the ditch on state :

that the Intent of congress! may be losses during the past few while working on the road. of chickens from the : : ARK: (OOI) ..-.. --- road 28 southwest of town. The

carried out and the funds provided months and are now In a position different' poultry yards. Up to MORE NCHOOL MOVKY: ; machine! was being driven by J. C, '

distributed for the greatest good. where they need funds at..a low Wednesday they bad not succeeded! Orlando, Aug. 11.-While July WILL UK IM.STItllU'TKI: Simmons, who lost control! when,

Under provisions "of the act rate of Interest to again establish CAPTfRKS: STILL in posting the $200 bond to secure weather was too dry In some lo- -- he struck the rough spot of road ,

loans will not be made to parties themselves In these cases! money their release. calities, the Florida cotton! crop! Approximately $61.000 more caused from a refill adjoining a.

who have other business or Income will be available for the purchase Sheriff Epperson and deputies Henry Turner and J. Moody, two came through fairly well and present 1 will be distributed this month bridge washed out several weeks

than that derived from farming. of seed feed and fertilizer on an- brought In a moonshine still of youths of the New River section prospects are for a production than: In July to the various counties ago by heavy rains. The state {

The purpose of the act was to pro- other crop. This money cannot be I 150 gallons capacity Sunday were arrested Tuestfay by Sheriff about equal to lasf year, according for school purposes, according road department has plans for ',

vide assistance to farmers who de- used for any other purpose, the morning the outfit being seized in Epperson charged with theft of to: a bulletin Issued today by the to the figures i Issued by the doubling the bridge structure at

pended solely upon farming for a committee ,points out, and If used tho woods west of Highland. The syrup from Roan Turner. TurnerIs local bureau. of agricultural economics state department of public Instruc- this spot to take care of flood wa- "

livelihood, who suffered crop failures for other purposes the borrower buck was found In a different location being held in the Lake United State. Departmentof I lou.: A total of $333,815.06: will ters but the work has not been

or severe crop! losses during faces a term in federal prison. Application and the officers think plans Butler jail while Moody has made agriculture. be apportioned from state school started In Its present condition .

the past crop year and are now blanks are already on had been made to move the still to bond for his appearance In county! August 1 condition was reported funds this month. 1 the spot In dangerous for cars'!

without funds for the purchase! of hand and the committees and officers this spot. No arrests were madeIn cpu rt.Eustis. at 78 per cent! and the :yield at e traveling at anything but low

aced! feed and fertilizer, and no of the Bank of Starke will cennectlon with the seizure, 140 pounds per acre compared! DeFunlak Springs-W. F:. lIen- speed.

commercial basis of credit! for securing assist anyone who desires to secure operators evidently expecting a Enlarging 81. Thomas with 145 pound.* per acre! In 1929 ie leased ice cream plant from .

same from local sources. funds before the last day1 set for raid and bad stayed away from the Episcopal church building start and a 10 :year average of 105 Quit Power Company, and start Eustls-Improved Eustls Theatre '/

It li the Intention of the govern- receiving-: -applications-! _, August. -:28. still. ed. pounds per acre. ed manufacture of Ice creams. reopened to public..j a>>



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I cow excels all other domestic animals out Increasing: labor costs and wjth number of the demon I:nut
r I in that respect. Poultry and only a moderate investment dealt with livestock and i i''
I hogs come next.But the cow has and made quite an Impr, re
FARM NEWS SECTION DAIRYING ,I the advantage over the pig and many farmers as

+ ; hen; It can eat roughage while! her Recent Farm Tours Most of the farms VII

t"; ? t.wo competitors must have grain.As many others In the count ''D4

De. L. D. LeGeor, V. sT + the king of food producers, Made In Ten West carrying the demonstrate, I't
)- Conducted By eo LoaU.Ma.Or. .--- the dairy cow has already shown operation with the coon" o.Hi

LeCear 1* graduate of Ontario ofveterinary Its worth on the high-priced farmsof Florida 1 Counties : and Mr. Smith, and ha.. ,
Veterinary College,1892.Thirty-eighty(1aet I it
MISS PEARL JORDAN Home Demonstration Agent vork. Eminent authority on olaea.M>.i l Holland and other foreign coun- put the Improved PI'ae'lI, 'Ir Kl8

I raising of dairy cows, other livestock, and poultry. Nationally tries. As long as large farms and their regular methods i ionstrators f'I 'IOID.
} known levturr-r.writer and author. ranches prevail in this country, Gainesville, Fla.-Farm tours reported thu''
n BISULPHIDE with pasturage plentiful, we shall have just been conducted In 10 I farmers had visited ttu-t, lIijDy
Artlflfl I mine needed by growing childrenand be large producers of beef cattle. northwest Florida counties and before the tours were nu mtin

adults who wish to keep fit. But aa intensive farming Increases hundreds of farmers and businessmen These tours which ur, ..
TIII: cow is KINO
KILLS WEEVILS AND Now health Is one of the most dairy herds will continue to growIn saw Improved methods demonstrated cross section of agrlcun',, a,
Important topics before the American popularity. We are not yet the: in actual farming ink]I tension work, are condo "X.

SAVES STORED CORN Milk: :Sinn's IlfNt rood, It rmluc. people today. In magazine leading dairy country, although each of the counties. The tours nually to show farmers III, \aiDe
: (it by the :Most Ifl1rint !><>- articles, In advertisements, on the we have more dairy cattle than I were planned by J. Lee Smith, district It Improved practices 'II,, heIr

ti mastic Animal A\f have publlo platform, the subject of some others.. The average pro- extension agent, and the neighbors' farms.: Mr Smu.", ;ale

(By Spuds Johnson.) I er's cooperative. on grade In keeping fit Is discussed. We have duction of our cows does not equal county agents. I -

vd' pure-fire profits, here's ,order to get the farmer the best A great general once said that learned that It Is Just' as easy to that of other nations, but we are One of the main points brought WALTON HAH GOOD O fT.)>
'I possible price for eggs. Many an army travels on Its stomach.A eat to excess as it ia to drink to gradually creeping up. 'out In these tours, according to -
that can't be passed up times a producer of good eggs; can modern sage has gone further excess. Diets are being followeda By far the majority of our milk I Mr. Smith, was the value of winter DeFunlak Springs Fia \\'ijl.
who and stores
j, man grown Invest- make a permanent connection witha and declared that a nation Is greatIn never before. There are more Is, produced from small dairy cover ups to the following cropsof ton county farmers have ..u, ?F.,
It Is legitimate
1, a hotel or restaurant or high clans proportion to the amount of bathroom scale In use today than herds. The specialized dairy In- corn, cotton, or, peanuts. In lent crop of cotton this \r 'Irl,
t + t which will pay 2,000 percent grocery, for the disposal of his mUk consumed by Its citizens. at any"time in history We watch dustry requires large capital and many cases the yield was double weather\' has cut the ?,.

) the original capital Invested, A No. 1 eggs at a substantial pre- Whether the United States Is our weights as closely as we do the involves certain risks The sub- and even triple that on the check, I about half, and early (".-j lip

Is within reach of everyone. mium. Poultry profits can be the wealthy, powerful country It weather. I Ject we are most Interested in is plot, he said. Demonstrations on for hogs are later than uses. rte"PS
; like fairy tale, or a
estate spiel a, doesn't it? There doubled by getting the right Is because we are a people of milk- The future for milk, man's best that of improving the herds''and side-dressing, and on recommended cream business is growing ,,',11,
prices for eggs. drinkers might be questioned. But food, looks very rosy The dairy increasing the profits of the aver- varieties of corn and cotton, Mitchell Wilkins, count
be catch to It somewhere,
a the fact remains that we ore a Industry, already the biggest of all age farmer. In the series of ar'tleles were visited. A number of the reported.
say. No, no, it Is not a fairy
healthy lot, our athletes are American Industries, is destinedto which are to follow, I pro- farms visited had demonstrations .
It It
and there Is no catch to
goods, and here's how WKUP FARM l'ROGItUI among' the best In the world, our enjoy still greater progress. pose to discuss topics which will showing Cayana 10 better than Mayo-Interior offa!\ > ,,",?
soldiers when they have to, can There are as many dairy cows in be of interest }fo the owner of the regular grown sugar cane. A Bank being repaired
et that 2,000 percent return. I "The* Voice of
4 'lorltJa"I lick of In the United States as there are automobiles herds. -- .
any equal body men ---- --- -
i corn weevil is one of the I I -
uniform-and we do recognize possibly a few more.j There ia a mistaken notion
most expensive guests
1 is valued! I I- Fla. Farm radio milk dS one of our most valuable The average milk production( per among farmers that the dairy animals -
Florida corn crop programs will be broadcast by the foods. cow is climbing steadily upward, they see on exhibit at state
r approximately' $10,000,600 a Florida. Agricultural Extension Milk for babies and Invalids has I An l Interesting fact in this connection and county fairs are raised for :frs' We can charge your
At least a fifth of this
la destroyed' by weevils. That Service from state radio .station always been considered essential. -while the total milk produced I show purposes only, and that their 8 1111S

us a board bill of $2,000,000 wnUF from 12:15: to 12:45: each In recent years the reasons for Is 50 percent greater than it chief value Is In the prizes they STORAGE BATTERY InSmith's
for the weevil In Florida. day next week Music, entertain- this have been better known. Milk was ten years age there are actually win. As a matter of tact, the pure .
this ment, and the following talks are Is a complete food In Itself. It contains nearly one million fewer milk bred cow Is the most profitable
!* a1of\ waste can
by the Investment of scheduled. near everything the body cows on our farms. cow for the farmer to own. This

r : In other words, each Sat., Aug. 16-Florida Farm needs It Is rich In proteins. Milk One of the most! favorable signs Is .easily proved. Correct breed- ke
t ; Invested would save $20 News and Hints. U. S. Farm contains the minerals we require for the future growth of the dairy ing, correct feeding and faithful Garage
Science industry Is the basic fact that the adherence to few rules :
of corn, or 20 times 100 Snapshots. with the exception of Iron and Iodine a simple
| of Its worth. That's 2,000 Mon, AUK. 18-Meeting Florida And last but not least, milk cow ia efficient as a manufacturingplant will enable any farmer to produce
Farmers' Radio Club-Harold contains the four Important vita Jar human food. In fact, the milk at a profit as a side line with
return. .. .
Mowry associate -- -
horticulturist, -------------- - -
I -
like we farmers would - -
1 for some carbon blsulI Experiment Station, will discuss
" i with all those Trees for Ornamental Plantings.
I In a' hurry,
; I Tues., AUK. 10-Pecan insectsF.
waiting In the corn crib
I ; doesn't HT The wonder Is W Walker, assistant entomologist (

t. more of us don't.. pecan investigations, ,
r get these profit Is, we must Florida Experiment Station. \I. j tt\
Wed.. Aug. 20 Foundation
i: cribs or bins that can be
airtight. We shuck the corn Plantings and Grass for the Florida _. ,.. ,I
; .Home-Major W. L. ,Floyd ', -, ": '
it In them. Then we put .
:' carbon bisulphide In shallow professor of horticulture, Collegeof (

or dishes, and place it on top Agriculture. Dill and Abe. i'
Primer for Town Farmers. ', ,
in i stack of corn. We use one
o'f the fumigant to each 100 Thurs., Aug. Identification '1
\ feet of space In the bin or and Control of Florida Plant Diseases "' .

=a'k"t;;; even though the bin or crib -Grdman West., MYcologist, .. '"
; completely full of corn Experiment: Station. '. .. ,
Frl., Aug. 22-Breeds of Beet
we close the door or the ,'-v.
Jet the bisulphide get In Cattle in FloridU-Dr. A. L. . ., ",
Shealy, head, Animal Husbandry ,
work. After about 24 ,
Department, Experiment Station. U'
-7 we open up the bin or crib ,\
- let It air out Bill and Abe. .,J. .,,..'. .
while we are fooling with '
SOUTH J.'I.OICln\ roi'i/mv I. . .
bisulphide we are care-
leave our pipe and maches ,,.' I '
In "
house, for this liquid and
Fort Lauderdale, Fla. The ',
to quite Inflammable
.K. South Florida Poultry Cooperative 't.T

has just been organized, anda !
large number of poultrymen .

1 from Martin, Palm Beach, Brow-
' ard, and Dade counties have signs
ed contracts to begin with the As-

M dens sociation September 1, C. E. Matthews GREAT

I el la'' -$ I I i'I county agent here, reported. - Better 1'.I'rl."s: An Unpleasant;SubJect
month poultry raisers In
Ain AU of the functions of life are not
ore I States were getting all pleasant to consider. Perhaps this ia
etl 'j, from 11 to 30 cents a doz- why some mothers refuse to think that
nseed i their eggs. such symptoms as restless sleep, loss of LITTLE ACORNS
rAlrlrd is the reason for some flesh, lack of appetite or itching nose GROW
bringing so much more than and fingers in their children, can be :
S caused by round or pin worms. Many
ono? mothers have proven, however, that "
are several reasons. Some few doses of White's Cream Vermifuge -
thin I of the country are natu- \ that sure and harmless wormcxpuUant
higher priced markets than will make these symptoms
and some eggs are put on disappear. You can get White s Cream
In fresher condition Yermifugo for 23 cents.per bottle from
Canova *
others, and some eggs are Pharmacy ",

better, more desir- r'Ii '", ,,,, ,
than others are Some A,'
raisers are wiser In the I COFFINS &CASKETS ) '" ,p
< .
< i I.
of good eggs, and some ..\
.e v wiser In the marketing of I ... And a Full Line of ', .J : .

TM TM'aRr than others Undertakers Supplies I ./ r ;;;...;,}.
are some tips. In the first '
white the ov r
eggs, country ,
higher prices than brown I Alnaya .. II..... The be.erirlr .. ::! \, '' "
.. .... ; ., .
colored eggs, by from 4 at the lowest .1. :;
r. I Special attention to telegraph. ,J!'!. l
seah cents a dozen. Of course, ordersfLOigTEnKn ."
dI' buyers don't give this bene-
fo the farmer who produces the '

, r dor eggs, but that Is just be- DEWITT C. JONES ...."
the farmer may not know TAHKB. FLORIDA.

eyte.rte, he could get for his eggs If .uraAa

<1 them right .- -. .... . - .. -.
. the second place, the eggs ,
ItlerSeu to be just as clean as possi
They should be produced by .
f onitelt hens, fed on good clean

ome food that does not

the taste or odor of the egg. COMMUNITY PROSPERITYGreat

u. the third place, the eggs 1
be of good standard size In tiA Idld d
I.? to bring the better prices.
:t New York market, where

hR wit nee{ "extra"of good must eggs weigh is control-not 2 TOt a* Oaks from Little Acorns Grow! not being fair to your town or your, own local mer

,22 ounces to the dozen, ecause?
rt average 46 pounds to chants.
while a "standard" must You Need \tI YOU 'want to see Starke Grow. \ .

not less than 22 ounces to .
1 s and 45 pounds Insurance is a necessity_ YOU
average a are sending YOUR DOLLARS o*:t 01
case, net weight. Small protective necessity, guard Plant your little acorns in.Your 'OwnHome' .
never bring a very high ing you against fire losses town. -
every day which amount to '
Pitth. pay any poultry raiser more than a half billion Town. '

his eggs on grade. When dollars a year. The
more that in
money stays town the morelIakeYOU
t p { not sold on grade, buy You never know when fire ,
his price on home! it will
poor eggs occurs on your premises, but DOLLARS stay --- Starke viiI
the extra profit when adequate stock fire Insurance prosperous become.
.. good enough for him to .
grade up Into a high priced grade. assures you of sound pro help promote community prosperity! ?
tectloru time
The farmer might just as well you purchase something in your
have this extra profit If he Is producing -

If there good Is eggs.a buyer In your district HAROLD C. WALL When YOU) patronize the Big City Mail Order own home town you are planting an acorn that will

who is buying on grade It INSURANCE
will pay you to look him up. Especially Houses---the house to house peddlers---you are make Starke grow in prosperity.

Ja the West, many farm- STARKE FLORIDA


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Florida for purposes other than Board, and widely known specialists starch pudding with the following: !::
j immediate slaughter shall pans the Sargon Put Him Farmers' Week from Georgia, Tennessee, Mississippi change: Use 2 1-2 cups milk, S

News of Florida in Short Paragraphs standard Intradermal tuberculintest Missouri, and all sectionsof tablespoons corn starch, 3 egg(
p within! thirty days of move- In A-l Condition Opened Monday Florida. Many leading farmers yolks, 1 teaspoon vanilla and the

ment Into the state." The regulation and home makers are telling whites of 3 eggs! stiffly beaten.
will become effective September : State University o: their own experiences and Fold In egg whites .
"I tried for two years to get my
demonstrations, exhibits, field .
I 1. liver working right and to rid myself and ('..::\ : WORKING
trips special entertainment
[ LIVE STATE NEWS I of all stubborn constipation aa ])r. Tlgcrt AVrlrnmrn Visitors. ;
are helping to make the week one -
I Ocala-Ulmer Savage, 19 year :Many Talks ilvon Before
that the visitors will remember. There will be a working at Hope
old brother of State's attorney Large| Crime
Rooms in the University dormitories I.'', cemetery Therensa, Fla., on
Savage platform foreman for the '
filled in short while Thursday 21st.
were a August Everyone
i I Crystal Ice Co., of this city was Gainesville Fla.-The ninth an- !
TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES after registration began and many 'interested' come and bring dinner ,
shot and probably woundeda nual Farmers' and Fruit Growers,
fatally visitors have been placed In near- and tools to clean up the ceme
negro employee of the plant, Week! began at the University of I '
------------------- --- -- -
homes hotels and small board.
v- by tery.
r early this morning. It Is stated Florida College of Agriculturehere
QuancY Purchase by the state a city hall and park on the prop that Savage'had been having some Monday at noon when farmers Ing houses It Is'estimated that C.

of control of 600 acres of erty located between the hotel and trouble and posted a sign notify and farm women front prac- close to 1,600 are attending the .
week. The cafeteria and other --- t -
land for the state ex Barton property on Main street ing the negroes to call him "Mr." tically every county In the state
rlmE-nt station at Quincy was an The old building has already been and this morning about five gathered for the week of vacation facilities of the University are be. Miami Beach-Station WIOD
moved back the length of the' Ing use;! by the visitors. A nurseryfor will spend $10,000 for construc-
need here. o'clock he had some words with and study.
-- building and a new handsome colonial -' the negro Savage claims the At 11 o'clock Monday they were small children Is being maintained tion of new buildings and InataU

i ,'fl'stvlew A new 24-room front will be put on it andit man started toward blm with an .\ welcomed by lion. John J. Tigert and camping facilities are altion of additional facilities for

plll1l to cost $50,000 and to be will be remodeled into a suitable Ice pick 'In his hands and he shot president of the University of I available on the campus.' expansion.
the best equipped Instltu- town hall and the grounds aroundit In self defense The negro, para Florida who gave the day's principal 0 Jacksonville State highway

,, ,,> of Its sort In West Florida Is will be made Into a park. lyzed from the wound In his spine address from the trnlvemlty 1 department approved widening of
Lake City highway from here to
(' for Crestvlew. would not say whether he had( an auditorium. Following the noon HINTS!'! TO HOUSKW1VK.SWeekly
Fort Lauderdale A vision of Ice pick or not, but said he didn'tknow. hour the men divided Into sections Baldwin and widening of Atlantic

, 'ksonvllle--Jacksonville was treasure in the form of sliver bul- ,and went to hear special programs; from Home Demount Coastal Highway from Trout riverto
convention lion lost in wrecked In citrus and small fruits, truck <<\ Ion. Agent. municipal airport.
',-d all the 1931 Spanish galleon Miami Beach-State approved
ornamentals, farm
i and livestock, dairying:, t>nultrypctrnns l'I'IUISO I IiECI:<< r b'.V: organization of Miami Beach Dank
In led Tom
annual assembly tury, Captain Newman of
i at the Service announces! the publication to take place of cloned Miami
economics and beekeep-
Myers. I Miami, to make a salvaging attempt : of a very interesting bulle- Rea,h Bank
_--u______ IUK.! The women spent Dome timeIn IlriMiil Pudding & Trust Company
that proved unfruitful. The tin entitled "Common Forest Treesof ,
Stuart Work started
on reconstruction -
joint session and then divided
I u iifay Around 2,500 head last in a series of attempts made Florida and How to Know 1>.\CJ. if nl': J.'ItOB Into groups studying home Improvement Into a well buttered baking dish of ''Frazler Creek

trie; will soon be shipped Into from time to time during the last them." This booklet Is writ health, food* clothing, put layers of buttered slices of bridge
half century by numbers of parties ten bye Wilbur It. Mattoon extension any man ever had. My digestion ,
counties dried bread and
1, 'inns and adjoining on making sewing and sprinkle over Frostproof Frostproof Citrus
i ding and feeding tracts of our again; taunted the adventurerswith forester United States Forest wont from bad to worse and I was I The State Dalrymeii'a Association -j I I with raisins Cover with a custard Growers Association constructing
restless and nervojs. Sorgon ended
1 did grazing lundj. mockery of a proprietaryocean. Service. It contains a detailed State llcekeepers' Association ;. made as follows: To 2 slightly addition to building to almost
description of each of the nlii.tytllrt'e ., every last one of my ailments
beaten ;
eggs; add 4 tablespoons eug- double' Its capacity.
and State Council of Senior
and In A-l In a
put me
I:n KDonvllld Paving of the tree species found in conditions'I'"Sal'gon Home Demonstration Work are ar and 1-8 teaspoon vanilla, and -- arv
I't' mint l1's time. rv
,, wretch of the Atlantic Coastal Panama City- -Grade work on Florida, with Illustrations of their holding their annual meeting during mix with 2 cups of milk. Set dish *
\, I1\\ay between Jacksonville and road No. 10, between Milton and twigs, leaves and fruit, and there Pills stimulated my liver ', the week. in a pan of hot water. Duke in a KILL THEM TOD AStearns7 /

Me., has been completed, Camp Walton, is slated to be com are listed In addition 164 species I and completely conquered 1I1Y'' About 160 outstanding men and moderate oven until 'custard infirm t
constipation without the lean
'lackuonvllle Motor club has pleted within ninety dtys. At occurring In the state which are women on the week's and well browned. A cake
Paul 1Kenfroe pro-
griping or upaettlng. ,
", advised present there are located three not of sufficient! Importance to pudding may be made by using
gram. Among the speakers is the
1134 S. W. 3rd St.. 1\11-
convict camps on this highway warrant illustrations and detailed dried cookies or cake instead of
of Florida
governor representatives
ami, well known automobile
Beach Governor There Is i description. This makes a totalof bread.
West Palm now one camp located on
from the U. S. Department of
Canova Pharmacy, ''agents.
'\ and State Senator W. C. road 63 between Crestview and 257 distinct species of tree life Agriculture' and Federal Farm Poor MUII'N Pudding Electric Paste
of Tallahassee will be Ldurel 11111 to be moved to road alive in Florida today, and it is Take 6 cups whole milk, 1-2

speakers at the Greater No. 20, between Cottondale and doubtful if that many can be NOW TIME KOU THVCKEIW teaspoon nutmeg, 1 teaspoon salt IS GUARANTEED TO KILL ,

Coast Labor day-celebration Panama City, according to information -I claimed by'any other state in the TO ('O I'4II.n' .: HOOT-KNOT" I acid and potash only need be add. 1-2 cup rice, 1-2 cup. sugar and( Cockroach., Waterbuge, Rats

It is announced. from Crestvlew. union. AM ANTS IN HKKDDKD: !' ed for fertilizer. Seed may be 1-2 cup raisins. Put all togetherIn Mlc. and Land Crabs.

I planted In 10 days after the treat a buttered pan In a moderate Millions' of people. have nd It during, ''t
Tampa-Tampa factories pro- Key West-A franchise for construction ; Chattahoochee Dr. J., O. In- Gainesville, Fla. Trucker! ment, he said. On very stiff soil oven. Stir frequently at first, and the past sa >r..!..

,' in July 38,984.549 cigars of toll bridges across the I man, for more than four years a should I coiiHidor-root-knot and ant more chemicals should be used, then occasionally. nuke 2 hours. sold Everywhere ',
i nunoAS, We-15 onnr.* $.\\11I
Increase of 4,134,549 over the unspanned water gaps In the over I members of the staff of the state I as pests when they are making up whllo oat every sandy types a The pudding should 'be creamy, MONEY BACK IP IT FAIL
for June. Revenue sea highway between No Name key hospital for the Insane died today their seedbeds for fall crops, J. R. smaller amount will sullies and is better served hot than cold.

sold In July exceeded the and lower Matecumbe key wa from self-inflicted gun shot Watson, entomologist at the FlorIda Growing velvet beans or Crotalaria Cluicolntii Corn NtMrcln. Pudding

for June by $17,261.29. granted to George J. Rosenthal, wounds! a cornorer's jury decid- Experiment Station, recently will destroy nematodes but Ingredients; 2 rupa milk 1-2

attorney of Miami, by Monroe ed. Dr. Inman's body was found stated. several months will be required. cup sugar, 6 tablespoons cornstarch HEADACHERELIEVED

Apalachic'ola-Tarpon are more county commissioners here tonight by a maid In the quarters on the Root-knot is a disease caused Ants cause a loss' by carrying 1 1-2 squares chocolate, '
this season in the wa- United States engineers hospital grounds from which he by minute worms which live on the off the seed before they sprout 1-2 taspoon salt, and 1-2 taupoon

In this vicinity and especially have estimated that It will cost was moving to a new home follow roots of many of the vegetableand Those in the bed will be killed vanilla. Mix the, Ingredients and( .' . QUICKLY t
TU Fvdy v. .. facuickly +
Indian Pass than have ever be- $13,000,000 to span these water ing his recent marriage. A shotgun truck crops commonly grown, with hydrocyanic acid gas and all make Into,thIn, smooth paste with correct tuu the
been recorded according to gaps covering 40 miles. lay beside the body. Dr. J. C. In Florida. These worms called ant hills. within 60 feet of the a little milk. Add to heated milkn mgeeUvedlstarh..

n who have long been In the Folmar, superintendent of the nematodes! will bore Into the root seedbed should be treated with ,' top of double boiler. Add melt antes removes the totesanal -

rade. St. Petersburg- -Two SeaboardAir state hospital said he could assignno and secrete a poison which cause sodium! cyanide. Simply puncha ed 'chocolate. Stir to prevent poisons, and sick heMaco '

Line locomotives were In the motive for suicide as Inman's the root to swell, and the plantsto hole in the center of tile ant hill lumpx, and cook for 20 minutes. quickly disappears. Your whole system

Winter Park-August has be railroad's shops here today unable health was good, his wrok satlalactory turn yellow and die. Young and pour In 1-4 pint cyanide solution Add vanilla and pour into mold enjoys A tonic effect consttpa:

a.> a busy month for: building to move under their own power and he appeared happy. plants are more susceptible and no over the ground in a which have been rinsed! ( In cold danvanlahesandyou feel a renewed

in Winter Park, with a 'and S. Abraham a junk dealer, Folmar said he was inclined to be- should be given a free start In the few days to catch any new nests. water. Chili and serve with creamor and dope "
they are depressing and harmfuL ,
0(< "00 program of work under I was in jail accused of buying vital lieve that the shooting was accidental seedbed. This solution should not come In whipped cream. AU Drug-gists 26o and 75o red pkp.CARTER'S .
and more than a dozen new parts of the engine from negro while Inman was movingthe Newly cleared land Is practically contact with the roots of valuable l''luffy ('huroliito Pudding

s are to start during the next boys. The youths, it Is charged, gun with other articles from always tree of nematodes but plants he said. Proceed as under chocolate corn EHPILta

neeks. i mado off with bearings and air the quarters. sandy land which has been planted ___ ____on _, __ - ,-- .. -. .. ----- -
brake levers, which are not kept to truck crops for several yearsIs

Punta Gorda': Work on the 'In stock here.Jacksonville. Miami{ ...:. Henry Iloemer, '71, nearly alwa')infested.. Truck THE
'\' Collier bridge at Punta I waited In jail today while authorities era who overhead irrigation .

r ; has been resumed after a Adding further communicated with police In system can destroy nematode. '. .' "

of nearly seven ''weeks. Impetus to the Increasing activity Mt. Vernon, Wash., in an effort to on their old beds. by plowing the '. k1 t

bridge Is to span Charlotte of the Jacksonville real estate confirm the aged man's strange land and, applying 600 pounds of , c
I rbor market, announcement Is made tale that he was sentenced to hangIn sodium cyanide dissolved In water, ., I
i I'i i _______ that the Goodyear Tire and Rub and the wetting' ; down 900 Ibs. 01 ' t I
that city 17 years ago. "I wantto '.
I'f Fort Myers-There may be a ber Company, Inc., of Akron,. 0., set myself straight," he told ammonium sulphate.! Hydrocyanic .. ; :
f :Mrs Thomas A. Edison' scholarship has leased the northeast corner ot: Miami police. "Many years I have acid gas will be formed, and per. : '..' : ,
contest to pick sons should leave the seedbed at .;
l next year Myrtle avenue and Houston street, been a hunted one over whom has
America's! brightest girl, according and contract has been let for the hung the death sentence-but now once. This treatment is rather o
/ to news from West Orange, erection of a building to be usedas they know I didn't commit the expensive, but It leaves the soli ... A S

\J a regional distributing branch murder for which I was sentenced rich In nlrtogen; thus phosphoric .

-' for Florida and South Georgia In 1913. "The man who did It''

West Palm Beach The city territory. died and toldjjiem! on his death- Dangerous Basinet* .'

commissioners of West Palm Walton bed he wanted to make restitutionby Our stomach and digestive system! l
Reach will serve their city withoutany Camp A 500-fool bequeathing his property to are lined with membrane which is BUICK
salary after October 1. This boating, bathing and fishing pier me. After the trial at Mt. Vernon I delicate sensitive and easily injured.

action has been agreed on by' four for Camp Walton's bathing beach t i I C was sentenced to hang but lumberjacks It is contain, to use
of the five commissioners, who A permit was Issued on July 22 to threw a sack over my medicines drugs
salts minerals when we are con.
have omitted their salaries from that club for the construction of head and carried me 60 miles, stipated. In addition!, to the possibility; ; :
the budget In preliminary discus- such a pier to extend from the telling me to cet'out of that 'un- of injuring the linings of our digestive '-" " \O':1.' BUILDS
alons of the new budget. sandy shores of the beach 500 feet healthy country.' I mined in system these medicines give only temporary IT;:
out Into the deeper waters of the Alaska and Mexico then made my relief and may prove habit form
Pensacola-Actual work on con- gulf, and it will be ten feet wide way to Florida where I have lived lug The safe way to relieve constipation that ,-
struction of field In Pen- 12 than mean Is with Herbinostlie eathartid ill
a private and feet higher for seven "
years. made from herb, and act in the way
sacola, comprising about 100 acres high tide-water. Railings will be nature intended. You can got Uerblne ai'
Immediately north of Old Corry three feet high. The permit came TIIAIX SCHEDULE. Canova Pharmacy.
field, has been started, and organization from the War Department at New

of a corporation Initially Orleans. Our schedule changes 12:01: a. has NEW INSULATED '

capitalized at $5000 has been m., Sunday, April 20th and trains OVER WOIRNFO .
made. Jacksonville The puppies will will run as follows) :

run at the Orange Park kennel Local No.1. southbound, due NERVES;

Gainesville Dr. J. D. Adcock, club,, this winter: S.. E. Starke. 11:11 p. m.
pastor of the First Baptist churchof Toll, of St. Petersburg, president, Local No. 11, southbound due BODIES BY FISHER

Orlando, delivered the com- announced today. He said his organization Starke. 11:13 a. m. .. ,
mencement sermon Thursday, August has, taken 'over prop Limited No. 107 southbound,

6 to 125 summer school graduates erty owned by the old Seminole due Starke, 10:45 a. m.
of the University of Florida. Kennel club, Idle for the past two Limited 191 southbound, due .: The most luxurious bodies that ever and SYNCRO-MESH

The class was the largest In the years, and would conduct a racing Starke 10:36 p. m. adorned a Duick car. Finely tailored
history of the university summer season from September 27 to November Locals Northbound: TRANSMISSION''

school. 16.. Work of recondition No. 2, due Starke. 5:43. a., m., throughout} revealing characteristic -

ing the old track will begin next No. 12, due Starke, 3OS: p. m. .' Buick styling; and skillfully s
Juncy! Dr. Herbert A. Love week Toll said. He was connected Limited No. 108 due Starke

president, of Palmer College for with a St. Petersburg dog. track 8:53: p. m.Starke insulated, by a new method,against y

the past halt dozen years has tendered last season. and Wannee Branch: heat, cold and noise. In addition,
his resignation as such, and No. 101 leaves Starke 7 a. m., No.
accepted a call to the pastorate of Wakulla Sam P. Stafford 60, 102 arrives 2:40 p. m. dally except Buick offers a choice of mohair,

the Presbyterian church at Quincy a farmer, living with 'three sons Sunday. whipcord or broadcloth upholstery
of which church he was associate near here, was accidentally shot T. J. Griffin, agent yA.Yl.n.,..._......J_.....ww. I1
pastor last while hunting as well as optional colors, permlt'i; : a-.aa
at the time he accepted the and killed night war._. t''
presidency of Palmer College.MarlannaConsiderable alligators with his son, Wil' nine Bun Nchedule.Southbound9:37 ITp TO your ears in 11'01'-'' ting I still further. expression of "I.IA.h s..w.I-_- lujYj......... .-"..-...."
liam. The son climbed a tree with : a. m.', 11:37a. every nerve at high tension. .4am In<*...,' .. a/ yy..iyrkw
No wonder you at the wife .individuality.
work Intent to shoot down Into a pool. m.. 4:07: p. m., 6:37 p. m., 11-: and bark at the snap children. :
''s being! done by the Jackson county The father paused the gun up to Up. m. Watch out! Overworkednerves r
chamber of commerce collaborating the boy and the weapon was dis- Northbound-4:50: a. m., 8:53: may lead to Sleepless Take the Wheel and FOURSERIES j

with other agencies in preparing charged. The elder Stafford dieden a. m.. 1:63: p. m., 4.23 p. m.. 8:23;:. ness, Nervous Headache, Nervous
for the coming annual route to a hospital at" Tallahaa- p. m. Indigestion and a host of Thrill to Buick Performance io s5 'ISas ?,

meting of the Florida Hortlcul- see. The son told authorities he Tickets and Information at other unpleasant disturbances. 1285 '161

"'a1' ( Society which will be held In warned his father to unload the Smith's Service Station, next tc Why Effervescent" dons you"try&Dr.Tablets Miles' BUICK MOTOR COMPANY FLINT MICHIGAN '19SS t20)S
\fananna the latter part of Au- gun but believed the warning was courthouse. Just one In a half class of IMmMon a/c.__, Hotart C r_....... i
Cu has been ALL YALYB iN HEAD A+
not heard. No inquest water makes a pleasant sparkling C.e.dl.. F__, M.f........_ ..., O.h.... 0.,.,.. _
held so far.Jacksonville. Floral City Dr. Strickland drink delightfully koothing
Panama City Construction purchased Anderson Island in lake to over-taxed nerves. I rl

k on the building of the South. Steps were taken tear here. Dr. Miles' Nervine Is now
-' Kraft Paper Corporation's today by the state live stock Klfers-Elfers Citrus Growers made In two forms-Liquid and

plant advances! every week to an sanitary board to prevent the introduction Association enlarging packing the Effervescent same soothing Tablet.effect.Both: have REGISTER MOTOR COMPANY

mazing: degree, thus calling .for and spread of avian p lant, $1.00 at your drug store
more men, and this has made the tuberculosis (poultry diseases) In Bradenton Bradentoo Bank .
demand for houses so great that Florida by establishing a limited II Trust Company building sold to O Rt..M''11, .,(!T S'NERVINE .

'there Is scarcely a vacant house In quarantine regulation. The regulation Springfield! Ute Insurance Company Starke Florida {

St Andrews. Panama City or Mill- adopted at a meeting of she for $100,000; f #

YUlot' available at this time. board here provides that "all Mulberry-R. E. Young Grocery w I
fur months of age andover and Market moved to quarters -
WillistonWilliston Is to have before entertlng the state of next door to Ice Cream Soppe.


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work 1 la--MItT---win, be ,hwljn! motion McLI.V MAKES KNOWN '. . .-1 I' ,TO PATRONS OK BRAYWORO' tended cbur'!1FIt'V 1Oir'1aat"Saiurdan nnder-the In the name ioara eePtfflca"" : Jell.. ., I
pictures tonight-at the First i b.TA3; J.lCKS"J1'nUJ.: KEYSTONE HEIGHTS I : 'OVNTY', ,JIIOIIUCJlOQL and Sunday. Unless saId certificate" C .

\ Baptist. .. anarch iby Rev. ,and. Mrs. , ,.., ',t MI.s'J'.I' lV. OK***; C.r? ,, --rrvsban'' ' Mfj fnd Mrs.D nt'rrn tJlr..oasklnsapent ; : deemed will locus according thereon. to on lau the shil?, 1?"lie /)

; ( vcigtyMRH. W. W.< Enete. representatives of Tarf t dl1ltrtbu'ors'wl1lrecelve the In order to lose as little time as ,S!ajurday nig W>. teroak o lJeplle..UlbeA.t: \'! D. 1930' itb cia,

the' Florida" Ilaptis( State Mission tags ,for 1931 on Dec. 1. 1970 possible from, our .work we are with her pat; 4O.
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car. Sunday atterqoon , Charlie Carter: :'v .. -
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Board. They left Florida about and they may displayed on W. A
six year'ago to do special work December 16. according to W. S.Mctin neeta Ogden,. Helen. Ogden and 1 planning, to have all junior and 'Mr. J. H. KeI1ey,' ,tld Mr. Men- (Seal) Clerk oC CirCuit LDIQIM! '

CHABLKH LARSEN HAH among' children In the South acting motor vehicle com Messrs. H. R. Lawrence, 3. R. senior high students classified on zie Groover o( .Brooker spent 'By Bradfor BLANCHE County) ..lurid OOf'l, \

BRIDGE PARTY FOB NKl'MBW American country. I missioner who announced also Geiger, and O. L. Bird drove to an Thursday. Friday and Saturday Thursday night here visiting the 8-U-IIt-0.U. AL ERM.\N:

Just before leaving Brazil last that appointees as tag agents interesting spot rknown/ as The August 28th. 29th and 30th. All homes of R. N. Crawford and J. L. l)5DUt7CIrkiv _
I la Devil's Mill-Hopper.! located about pupils who wish to take examina- Ga kln.. -" ."
Paul Knight of Starke. who April Mr. Enete! obtained a number would be not'fled: within the week. } '
uncle and aunt, vie miles the pther side ,of.Gaines Jon for such work will be expected Misses Ola and' Elnora Futch I I'r
the guest of his of motion, picture films show 'The complete list of appointments ; ''r
I;' Mi. and Mrs. Charles Laraen. '30 ing scenes of that country. lie has of tag agents for 1931 has yule They also y'jsfted! the,SinkHole to be ;.t school building on were the guests of Mis' Frankie The City Council of 'rr r

''I'! South Boulevard. was honored at adapted these to his mission work. been completed. stated Mr. McLIn. I situated between' Brookef these days. 'The teacher will not Lou Murrhee' l last Sunday. Starke.1910. to revise Florida.the met AUBUM";, >,ltti"',

a bridge party given Friday nigh Mrs. Enete formerly Miss Crys- All motor vehicle tags must be ; and Graham. have time to give examinations after Mrs. Edna Prints and little son of the maid City and rcgiotratI0 the ., V1" !

t ;, by Mrs. Larsen the guests Including tal Armstrong. was employed by secured by January 1, 1931. said Mr. and Mrs. F. M''.Walrath and this time. The busses will be of Richmond. Va., spent last week for names the w reasons..r. stricken, from the foilowj 1'k'n'"*'

_ 1f members of the younger eeL the Florida Baptist Mission Boardas Mr. McLIn. There will positively son. Frank. returned Monday from prepared to bring all out of town here with her sister' Mrs. Ivy will be In SeSSion. stated.on the The Slnc":

t Pink, green and white were the a field worker. Her hone was be no extension of time limit a two month's stay. In North Caro- school on these dates. Thompson. August 1980 to boar |h..1h?' ?" '
S and "
,, attractive colors used by the host formerly at DeLand. She and her for procuring them. lina. 8. S. Dowllng. S any may have been restore erroneously any Tam',. that

eec In the party details. Baskets husband and their three childrenare S Mrs. Marian Nelson and .daugh Principal. en: rick.
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Jasper Jasper Service Station Anders. Ada 3..
of crepe myrtle zinnias and petunias vfultlng'.with her sister, Mrs. ter... Eleanor.. of Miami.. 'are -guests'of installed Austin Jane d."d n.moved I.
were placed at points of J. R. Miller 3020 Waller street. Mr. and Mrs. Sutherland new equipment. Archambllauit. Albania,
vantage about the home and durIng After being with several 'Jack HAMPTON Messrs. G. L. Bird, II. R. Law-' Maya Alma Jones and Irene Uryan. J. n.. dead. removed,
\ Blocker W. E.
tha bridge games mixed can- sonville\ churches they will start ona MI. Ada NI_... Cor. rence and O. R. Geiger left Tues Buchankn purchased Mrs. N. L. Byrd, Ernest 1 removed removed.

dies and punch were served. tour of Florida and other Southern day morning for a motor trip! down Mlmm trim, 1IIel.... Cor. White's, merchandise and will Bundle Jacob dead. ,.
Bryan W. M.
t the'fcl who Cheeves of St. the southern. part of the state. continue business under name of removed I
Miss Jante Sappington states !In Interest of their workIn Mrs. Frances Carpenter J. P., removed'
: I' cored high was presented a 'Brazil. Petersburg Is spending this week The younger crowd enjoyed an Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Stokes and Fashion Shop. Hull Edy.arjllVJmoved If! B., dead. '

_ rheaitabl dance handkerchief in georgette, with friends and relatives here. Informal dance and marshmallow children of Baldwin were pleasant Jones, Dave, dead

_ _ i disai and Ted Mack, hlg> among the METHODISTA !' Mrs. Brltt of Macclenny Is the roast'.at' the beach Monday nightin visitors at the home of Mr. NoTICE: OP ELECTIoN Klckllter KloklltM,..,, J F, Jr., renTowd<

,44 boys, was given a silk pocket guest of her sister-in-law, Mrs. honor of Dorothy Jenkins who and Mrs. H. M. McRae Tuesday.Mr. of Leach. I* Vivlrette.removed.
I. H. C. Wall mayor' Starke L.j
VA' handkerchief. Mrs. Larsen presented crowd of children attended Martha Futch. left Tuesday for a two weeks visit and Mrs. B. M. McRae and Florida, by virtue ot authority vested Newaom .1 !,,. dead.Overstreet .
of socks. who has been with friends down state In n.. by law do hereby call an Chas. removed I
her nephew a pair this SundaYschool which la held Mrs. P. B. Hunt Mrs. Wesley McRae attended the Tappen. 13 C. removed '
election to be held at the city hal !
.? The refreshments consisted ''of every Sunday. morning at ten the guest of her daughter. Mrs. S. Mrs. Ella Bird, Misses\ Arneeta Harnage-Dobbs wedding at Starke In the aforesaid, city by the qualified Tappen Emily remove"1.

frozen fruit cream and cake with o'clock under the 'supervision of M. Simmons of Petersburg. Va.. and Helen Ogden 'Messrs', O. L. last Saturday afternoon. voters there, on Tuesday Sep Will William, B.. H.J., dead
_ green Icing. During the refreshment Mr. L. A. Davis. for several months has returnedto Bird and 'O. Ri ''Geiger4 drove to We are sorry to report that Mrs. tember electing 9th: ,the 1030 following, for the officers purpo..eClt : Wiggins. H B., removed
f hour Paul entertained the her home. Starke Tuesday evening to see One Mayor. Wig-ulna, Ida. removed
There will be preaching next Inez Kelly Is very 111 jit the Marr Wiggins, Leo, removed,
with musical program. Mrs. Z. Brown left this week "Journey's End" at the Gaiety Three Alderman. ,
guests Sunday morning eleven o'clockby hospital at Starke. One Clerk Treasurer and Tax Collector. Wlikham. J. L removed
/ He is a member of the Harmony > the pastor Rev James T, Guy. for Chicago, where she will" visit Theatre. Mrs. B. M. McRae was visiting' Chairman C. F HOOVER'
tt team'of Nolan and Paul and has her Mr.;\.and Mrs. Wni. Pierce,'en- One Tax Assestor. city rvui, "
_ _ the In the evening, at eight o'clock, son. Mrs. J. T. Barnes in Vanderbilt : One Marshal. ATTEST:
r ,. delighted radio audiences here on the method, congregation ,will Mrs. Wm. Jones who had the tertained Thursday evening, witha section last Friday Mrs. Barnes Inspectors of said election: T. N. C; A., FUTCH .

( many occasions, broadcasting over unite with the Presbyterian congregation misfortune of breaking her leg, very delightful bridge party. is suffering from a lightning II "Hoott.Kendrick' U 8. Humphrey, F, A. ,Clerk, ItKeep
t4 ; station WRUF at ,Gainesville. ....and 'Rev. Guy' will de- has many friends here who are The guests were Misses Edith stroke, which occured over a week In testimony whereof', I hereunto -
Those present were Misses Bet.' to know that her condition Wiggins. Dorothy Jenkins Irma subscribe my name and cause the
that church; We
4 ;1V liter the sermon at ago. hope she. will soon re- seal of the said. city to be affixed
t I ty Mack, Jane Munroe,, Maxine Last Sunday: evening the Presby- Is Improving, and she is rest- Johns. Arneeta Ogden, Helen Ogden cover. this the Oth day of August A. X>. Cool at the

_ '4 qJ_ '/ Butterfield. !Margaret Edwards, terlan minister, Dr. O. II. Lowry ing more comfortably. Mrs. Elwell Robinson Messrs. Rev. Hall of Bostwlck preacheda 1930. 11. C. WALL

4 wI Jante Sappington Mary Jo Keune, preached an excellent sermon at Dr. Miller of Palatka. was the a. L. Bird O. R. Geiger D. E. very Interesting sermon at Pine (Seal) Mayor of Starke. Florida. ,
;; Messrs. Robert dine Carter My- the Methodist church. guest of his brother last Sunday.Mr. Pangborn Julius Mathews, H. R. Level church last Sunday.Mr. 8.S.5 t-9-5. FLORIDATHEATRE

I J rick. Billy Love and Ted Mack.- Prayer meeting next Wednesday and Mrs. J: Pursley and Lawrence and Bennett Murphy. Arthur McRae\ and Mr. Lester .1OTICH APPLICATION. FOIl

*t p ; Lakeland Ledger. evening at eight o'clock. Come Mrs. R. M. Faver and childrenwere Dainty refreshmenta ,were served and Floyd Crosby spent the TAX. inn. "

4 :' 9 i and enjoy the service. shopping in Starke last Sat- ,, at the close of the evening. week-end In Jacksonville with "

& : : DINNER PARTY hONORING The Woman's Missionary\ So- urday. The 4-H boys conference closed relatives. Notice hereby given, that H. R. Home of VltaphoneGAINESVILLE ,
Schroeder holder ot Tax CertificateNo.
VISITORS FROM 1JR.\ZIL ciety will hold a business and program Mrs. Watson and family and Friday evening and the boys left Mrs. J.'W' McRae who has been 137. the 6th day of August A. FLA. I

meeting next Monday afternoon Mrs.. Ward of South Hill Va., and Saturday morning. Keystone visiting relatives her ,,returned to D. 1928.. had filed Maid. certificate In
: tuqzkkJ Mrs. A. A., Futch and children of Heights residents feel It was -a my otllce and made application for
at tour o'clock at the her home near Hampton Saturday. tax deed to issue thereon In accordance
Rev. and Mrs. W. W. Enete church."I Leesburg are guests of Mrs. Lot- pleasure to hava this :splendid/ Miss Mary Mott of' Heilbronn with law. Said certificate embrace Program Week Aug. IS

y tem missionaries from Brazil who homeland are was glad when they said unto tie Watterson this week. bunch of young people' ierQ and D. spent the week-end with i "her" ,cousIn -I erty *situated. the following In Bradford described County prop., ,
time in the '
spending some -
me. Let us go Into the house of Isom' Ogden of Pompano has O. Stewart manager of'the,; pa- Miss Verda Lewis. Florida to-wit: TODAY -
1 were dinner guests Mondayof the Lord,," been visiting friends and relatives vallon and beach ,Is loud In his Mr. George Stanley of Pompano Northeast quarter",of'' Northwest
V WL Mesdames O. C. White andi. quarter &\: all Northwest quarter of
here this week. praise of the boys. was visiting Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Northeast quarter Went of Hallway JACK OKIE
W White. Other members of the IHrtlis Mr. Hazen and family of Brook About twenty young people of McRae Sunday. Ex S'/j Acre Hold Rufu Martin &\: "
,\ party were the missionaries' children i 1 acre to Mary J. Robinson, Section In

_ : er, have located In the large apart- Lake Butler enjoyed a dance and The Corinth B. Y. P. U. met at 26, Township 6 South Range 22 East
? h,' ; Billie, Noble and Happy; Mr. and Mrs. Proctor Johns.Doctor's ... The Sap from Syracuse
1T ment house owned by Mrs. Della swim at Keystone Heights Beach the home of Mr. Chas. Phillips containing 40 acres more or Ie. .
also Mr. Noble Armstrong. brother The assessment. of said property
Inlet boy. Aug. 6. Saturday evening.Dr. Sunday afternoon for with Harry Langdon Comedy
i.c} \ of Mrs. Enete. In the afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Otis Leach Starke, Dyal.Mr.. and Mrs: H. D. May and Mr. Paul Bird and Dr. Vaughnof service. a prayer IKK: KISO"

____ _ ,:: Rev. and Mrs. Enete gave Inspirational boy Aug. 9. and Mrs. L. J. Wynn are spending Duval County hospital Jacksonville Don't forget the revival meetIng 666Relieve -

talks to the Missionary Mr. and Mrs. henry Jones.. Mld- this week camping and fishing. spent the week-end as guests : at Corinth church which will SATURDAY"The

; Society work and In friends Brazil. concerningtheir dleburg girl; Aug. 11. F. L. Oglesby and family left of Dr. Birds mother, Mrs. Ella' begin next Sunday night. Every- a Headache or NevralKla !a Silent Enemy"A

c. S this week for Wildwood where body come. SO unste.. ekevke a Cold tae first
; The Times-Union of the 13th Jacksonville Newly remodeled they will be temporarily located Bird.Marvin Bloom or Valdosta, Ga., day. and cberka Malaria ..' tareearo. picture of the Intimate lib
i; Inst. gives the following concernIng quarters of Harklshelmer Company among the wilds Indlani
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4' ____, during the summer months. They was the guest of Iftystotte Heights
44* this Interesting couple: at 25 East Bay street for- have many friends here who regret friends over Sunday., ........................ OOO also in Tablet fighting for love-actual lilt

; How missionaries conduct their mally opened. their removal. as they had Mr. and Mrs. fietb Kennedy, among the Indians.
.. : Bootee" Beach. : r ,
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ktta __ won the friendship of all who Lake Geneva are b.appy over the
_. Sri . . l_ ? STERL COURTNEY Monday & Tuesday
5 -" knew them. arrival of a baby,4tughter. ., ..*.....+........... ..$
Cano.e_ __ Rev ,Dixon of Jacksonville will Misses Ruth Lawrence and Mar- INIIVUAIVCII'! Claudette Colbert"MANSLAUGHTER
_ How"to ,PlayBRIDGE preach at the Christian church garet Dodd left Friday for Cuba, MA,: and Mrs; Louie"Jlarrjs 'of And In

next Sunday morning and evening.Dr Intending to be' g&bet'a' week or' Ellerbee spent Sunday here the REGISTERED ESTATE BROKER REAL "

fv9/ : K.. L. Biggs of Starke was ten days. guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. M.
tic business Mi\ JaMes Crawford.Mr. Starke. Fla. with Frederic MarchRomanceSpeedThrilli
dIcI& : attending to professional and Mrs. Houser and
ftIe () \\lIIV here this week.C. little son, of Jacksonville were .. and Mrs. R. N. Crawford at- 1
J. j.9tJl'lo A. Durden of Tampa has been guests of Keystone' Heights rela. -------- -- All In this talking sensation
I r h.)PI the guest of his mother. Mrs. T. J. tives over 'Sunday ,

I _ Wynne Ferguson Durden this week.A. WANTED WEDNESDAYCLARA
---Poultry Eggs
L. Sullivan and family visit-
ed Mr.' Sullivan's mother' Mrs.
ndn Josephine Sullivan last Sunday. VANDERBILT Leghorn liens, lb. ------________...."_igc
rn _ opy1ltbt.: [919. by Hoyle.. Jr. :
_ _ Rev. Norris. pastor of the First MlM Ida Mao Cftnner, c.... Mixed liens, 3 1-2 to 4 1-2 lbs.ilb.\ -:--- ____19c "Love Among Jlillion-

4r' .aUtor_ _" t ARTICLE.No. 33 .. I Baptist church of Hampton, Large liens, 5 to 6 Ibs., lb. --------____ __20c aires"
/ i iBv preached two very Interesting ser We are glad to report thatMrs. Fryers, mixed 2 to 3 Ibs. lb. I See Clara go out to get a mil
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_ Very frequently[ the writer !la asked No score first game Z dealt and bid mons last Sunday. The attedance J. "Barnes who ta been on the '' ------ llonalre and make a million In.
; to decide a bet on some debated question one diamond. A pstsed Y bid one was unusually good. There was sick list Is Improrlng..".) Fryers,'W. Leghorn;2 to 3 Ibs., lb. __-_______20c stead.
m.iSf. t of bidding or play and during the heart and B passed. Z now bid two
_ one confession of faith and much Miss Carra Belle, Eggs, white infertile, market price less 10
: past week the following interesting diamonds and all pasted. What shouldA JJorman spent percent
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r. questions have been\ submitted I It open from the foregoing hand? Interest was manifested In the ser the week-end wjth; Miss. Pearl, We furnish cases and fillers free of charge. We ComingThursday
The eight of heart. i. undoubtedly vices. Johnson.. ,1"6'" & Friday
Question No. 1 the / > pick up poultry and twice week
proper opening in this hand end Mr. Carl eggs a or if more
Sapp o,3tke was
., Y for two reasons) fusS, Y's hearts can- visiting In Wateroalf section Sun- convenient, driver to S. R. Johns Grocery Co. Joan CrawfordIn
I I' not be so very good or he would have ASSESSORS< GET< MORE PAY ,
_ oN. IA BI rebid. If Z had held anything heart, day afternoon. Starke. For all further information, inquire at S. In
uhHTbI- I Z I he would have let the bid stay in. Tax assessors throughout the Misses Agness Sapp. Edith Conner R. Johns. Blushing Brides"LYRIO
agents or write
Therefore it i Je evident that the heart Messrs. Carl Sapp and Russell ,
Jt Hearts-A. 9, 7,5 lead i Ie state were given permission to Frid *
a lead through declared strength Reddish motored to Gainesville THKATRK::- y
: Clu'ts' -8, .. ;2 up to declared weakness. Second A has tako commissions from special -
i ; Diamonds- 7. 6 3 a much better chance to make hi* road and bridge district taxes. Au- Sunday afternoon. Rosenberg Produce CompanySt. Saturday '(
1 Spadesr1tI'jScoreAB27' Miss THE COIIKN8 & KELLY
and Mrs.
'i kings by not leading from them. For thorization was made by State
both reasons therefore the heart lead Joe Dobbs were quietly marriedIn Augustine SCOTJ..A"i: )"
In Florida
and in Comptroller Ernest!] Amos a leg-
j, : : Y Z-0. What should Z .. dealer game bidon ; seems the proper one and the bet was al opinion from Attorney General n. ttlA_n_ county_____. .1nrtffnn--u_ n"'I'A_'".'__ _Rntur.___.
_ ;i J *r_ _ the foregoing hand so Fred H. Davis. day afternoon. - -

1i r ___ The hand contains too many tricks Question No.3 The attorney general based his 'I Miss Ruth Nelson of Gainesville WSSSNSSSuccessful,',',',',':,',',' ,',', ::,' ,', >''mWIIIIIIIIIIwlmWI'H: ,' : lIIlmlljWlllj'I::: mll: ,IIIIII,:mlmlml:
? to pass. for If you do. it will" probablybe Hearts 7 I Is visiting Misses Ola Mae
opinion on an act of the 1929 legislature
'Cd passed out. The question then is, Clubs-A. Q. 6. 4 '''Ir. and Lubedia Alvarez during the .
hall it be bid at one no trump or one Diamonds-'b.IO 4 >-a which makes special road
t _ heart, the only four-card\ suitr Spades-Q,8,3i,2 *? and bridge districts part of the week. I
The writer prefers the no trump bid ; I Miss Edna Futch ,of Lawtey
c ''' S '' : county road systems. A decisionof
_ but would 11' sperft the week-end with Misses
tand so decided the bet, not the court prior to the
: ..eoj criticize a heart bid.The only weakness I. 1 Y i t.... Mattie and Ellen Norman.Mr. AdvertisingmmiiiinHniimiiniMimnmimmimiimiiiiiiii
I, _ of the heart bid is that partner cannot tA .BI :( passage of the 1929 law had denied and Mrs.., George Thomasof

,, _ _ Imagine an original bid with only four : Z i assessors the right to commissions Daytona Beach were" visiting
.1 the and in these
to ace nothing may therefore cases.
14 carry the bidding entirely too high. On -_._-- MI' and Mrs. \V\KrSapp and relatives -

g the other hand.a no trump bid is sound No score, ru' tier game.'If Z dealt In Wateroak section Sunday.Mr. .."........"..""'"...,,."'."'..'...""""' ".."'." "...''''"......."''''''"''' ''''"""'""'''".'''' .". ..'"......."''''''"'''"'"' .....''..''"" ... """. '.. 1I11".1111.. .
0'I as the hand contains three and one-half bid one heart and A pasted, what CITY TAX LIST P. M. Normnn,was,transacting '' '''' ' '' '' '' ''' '' '' '''' '''""''"''''''""''""'''''''''''''''""" ''''""""" """" ", '''''''''''""''""," "," """"",,,,", """,''''" '," '"'''''''''"11I''''

( hijS-card tricks and the equal distribution should Y bid,with the foregoing hand business here Saturday after-

_ .. No _ makes it: unlikely that thereare There are only two pouibifities to Some time ago notice was given
IL4 any long suite outstanding. consider, a no trump bid or a spade noon.Miss '
_ that the city would advertise taxeson Alice Smith wa visiting
_ The score in this instance should not bid. The spade bid seems the sounder
be considered. All original bids should and the bet _a 10 decided.A no trump a certain date. but due to tem Miss Gladys Thornton of Balford

_ r JM% ___ ___ be based on the cards: held, not on the bid i Ie a 'very doubtful proposition and porary reverses the council decided Sunday afternoon. Hundreds of large pational advertisers realize that the

_ tie core. From an offensive standpoint the hand can come to grief very' easily, to give the property owners all\ Mr.\ Frank Norman was visitingIn I ..
o Qi _ the score never is important; but from particularly if the original heart bid is the time possible and the exten- Lake Butler Saturday night. I
'_ a defensive standpoint the situation i II not On the other hand the 81i I buying
strong. public must be induced
_ : entirely different. Such considerations, spade bid protects the hand against sion was granted. As the fiscal All those who attended B. Y. U. to covet their products. ,It AI
_ 1l L however, never arise in original bid the weakness in hearts and diamond., year ends the first of October it U. at Wateroak were" Mr. Carl
_ _ I(. ; iw* which" are the first bids of the hand andfor and also give' the partner a chance to la necessary to close the matterup. Sapp of Starke Mlsaes Flora Belle J i is apparent that neither I Ii
curiosity indifference .
that,reason should always be offensive rebid. There is a much better chanceto Therefore the tax list Is being and Agness Johns of New River, or amaze- !
lti -a signal to partner that the get a rebid after a spade than aftera made up at this time and will be and Russet Reddish of Heilbronn !i

; k'. ___ _____ battle points is the on way and toward that the just made no trump. turned over to the publisher on Springs.A ment will do this. Appreciation of the true merit of the

_\ ) *1* 28th day of August. This list will large crowd ,attended the 2 '

4 tkCe. Question No. 2 Include all taxes unpalt) and par- party Friday night at the home of

_ _ Hearts-8, 3, 2 ,: .. '-0. .1i!.: ties wishing to prevent extra cost Misses Ole Mae and Lubedia Al- II' wares is absoluely imperative.I .
Clubs- K. 9.4 Y : '
4 s t ,
...: . ..... being added to the taxes please yates given In honor of Miss Ruth
t t ? Diamonds- K, 7, S I A B : I -:!!'. .. ?'1'
_ __ Spades-K, 7. 6, 3 l Z t '/1': . ', .".>.... 1>". pay same before the 28th day of Nelson of Gainesville. All report I
j August. 'ed a very nice time. I .

,, -'S v'1''!''r SLake Remember B. Y P. U. every 'v'S -
Problem No. 28 4::. .,,' City Powell Service Sunday night! .at 8 o'clock. We will be pleased to analyze
1.t Heart- none ..-":.. Station being Improved. -.1 C'I . your problems

; I c.1ubaADiamondsA. Melbourne Elton Hall plans Cross CitY-Florida Power and ,

10, 7 '",' 11,600,000 resort development Light! Company took' over Dixie

IztI Heart 5"' _Spades_ _-_A_ _ ." Hearts "A project here. Power Company here.
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I: c: Clubs-none t Y I Clubs-6 Lake Worth -Constructionwork Ocala Bids opened for construction -

i.pS. Diamonds-Q, 9 i A B I Diamond.-6. 5, .f on ocean boulevard between of 20-room addition to
Spade; 10,8 I Z t Spades-none this city and Lantana. will be Ocala Highlands club house. Bradford County TelegraphPRINTERS

.; !c: K rushed to completion. Tarpon Springs -.&- Elfers Cit

td Hearts Exports of merchandise from rus Growers Association Improving -
( Clubs- 10Diamond AND
4 F *- none Florida during 1929 were valuedat and enlarging plant to increase PUBLISHERS

Spades-. 9. 3 $33,304.979 as compared with dally output from six: to eight cars.
38539253. Increase of $..185.- Tavares Local packing house

Heart are trumps and Z I U in the lead. How can Y Z win four of the five 726.' according to figures compiled being Improved and repaired In

Unlu: against any defense Solution in the next article. by government. preparation for coming citrus crop.' -.-S_ _' :, ',w", ,",'1/.1"/", '. ""II!,:,:.'=, -

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!kith, ...U.OrST.J3. IlRADJIORD.OO111'lTY'l"Im1IGRAPB.r8'1'AlUU.PLOam..t.. 1..t. "d ; ,

. -- Miss '' ,has I .l4t 4'IC1e..Arpi.icATiov .....OR. '. ,.Bre-Jfora.. : UQ.ty"-FIrlda.(
'at ) Mary BrMwer. wbo. rH. {'Hah 'and Misses Gussle MaSennet ( | alty IfUANCIlK .DfenMAN..' ;
, ... been tie! gueit'otl11)s1' .8 le'Mae : '*.,M4ryc''J9rewer' and\pjfac' ; i TAX: ,,1J1UC .. . .-II_i-I-ll, Deputy clerk. ,r ,t i ir
6e 4 [; ; tfennett Tor her home Wood pent Ssjurd<< I.) Ja l\Bo-! Notlcl1!. hereby grain that Q :H. '
) left Monday ll't It. ', ville' .. ' : Clark holder ol 1-3 at Tax: Certifi .., Crora :J pity:: Ceda/ II1Jpe"t) and
YoU call confi-, 'S' In.Qrlando. / :. No. SO 6th day of August. beng'pa.Jred. '
it old thing A. Oi i91a. Zhat:1"I: ; a>d certitteateIn barber avenue _
.office and mad applltttllon Miami Bench Contract for
Mrs.: A. W. L'etan Mr. Ennls of Miami and for tax deed to Issue thereon In accordance construction of 8.000 feet sea wall _
A.L;, Gary ter. Lillian of GaltiesVllle with law, Bald certificate. b''
' is the greatest thing I Miss Neva Scruggs-of Tampa'are guests I of Mr. and 'Mrs. L. A. Davis embraces the following dmcrlbed to post"135.000let by: developers! rpt
ice Bradford
property altuated In county Ocean' Beach Heights million-
guests of.Mr. and Mrs J. W. Mor- for several 'days' this week Florida, to-wlts 1
their Klngsley"' take1. Cottage. Lot S, Block >, Pln hur.t Sub I>l- aim colony north of here
> gan. .. .!> 1., . ._ vision of Kollln* Estate, 1:4..lIonII. : Miami Beach-Southern Bell
Township 6 South: Range 12 Ea.t.
low of. Miss Hazel Adkins returned I After visiting h nt. ,a'i' d in The emiment' of said property Telephone and Telegraph Co., will
' under said certificate wa In the building at Lennox avenue -
home Monday'after visiting Mr. Butler'' for a week 'Mr. and Mrs.John open new
.Ith! name of ,Unknown. Fifteenth street about November ,
'''k. and Mrs. R. E. Lee In Lake Worth Langford ant'V son, Kirby Unless said certificate' ,h.b.'- .. and
'Inrok., for the past three weeks. left Sunday for. East. Louisville redeemed according to law, tax.deedwill 1st.Jacksonville.
111. "* ; Issue thereon on the 16lh day Contract let to
,nell ran see an old] fellow driving down the road in an old of Sept, A. 1>. 19tO.; George D. Auchter Company for
' of ou FOR SALE 20 head young Dated this 16th day of August, A.
'8 pldated looking Ford that you would be afraid to trust hogs. Albert Orlffls Starke. 8- Mrs. W;' P. kilOn'and' '' ; D 1910. (1 W. Al't>KHMAN.- $150,000 additions to Epping For-

. nell In around the corner and yet he has confidence the 1 16-2t Flora Belle Jackson are expectedto ; ] ] ((9<*Rt) Clerk of Circuit f'''''0'1, est Estate

would take to New York In It If Saturday from l3aconton.Ga. ,STEAM PRESSING COMPANY;
and a trip ''
Llziie necessary. Friends of Mrs. G. P, Raymondwill .. for a vlolt with Mrs., D. P
d., at old automobile has gained' hU confidence by giving him be pleased] to learn of her Carpenter and Mra.; T. T. Long. Suits Cleaned, Pressed and Reshaped ,.

I right kind of service. slight Improvement after a week, : J.Frank/ Thoman-Phone 52 ,
of serious Illness. Mrs. D. W. Plnholeter { I

Is also based on confidence. By giving the I daughter, Loumanda 61 St. Petersburg .. ... .. .. -' ,
y business you .. ,
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. McOutchenof and Mrs. Sam Tlllls - '
ofserflee, carrying only] the best lines of merchant :
[ht kind Birmingham, Ala., have returned children of Clearwater spent ]

I want my customers to have the same confidence In me home after a visit wtth>Judge Friday here with Mr.,, and Mrs. W.
and Mrs. F. A. Sweezy. J, Epperson. , '
'that old man has In his Ford. Now don't think that I'am ; SUGA 1lArq

paring myself to an old worn out automobile cause there'snty Mi. and Mrs. W. A. Besesnt hadas Mr. and Mrs. Roy' C. SALT
guests recently, Mrs. David Tur- t+us r
of mileage left in the ,old boy yet. I am going toconue \ and son, J.. P.. ''oc.\1'cadla.\ ;
ner and Miss Juanita Bessent of
week-end visitors at .,the; ..home.of
only the bestrand sell it for the ]least. Fort Lauderdale.
to carry very very
Mr. and Mrs. A. Thomas: and
Miand Mrs. A. F. Murihee.
Mr.: and Mrs. Geo. B. Flynn and '
!1Ewe SI1OK9SIERNBERG'S son, George Jr.. will leave Mon- I
IIIt ,,, lt"lerr day for a week's visit in Pensa- Mrs W. W. Balsden, Mrs. W. S. ,
.Cain, re- cola. Blakely and son, Billy Mrs. J. S.
.d fH.%
eta (.me Dal den and children, Una and ry
..d lror Ralph of Pensacola spent last N '
keorated Mrs.; E. W. Griffin and little
sou cu
II I yun TUB RELIABLE STORE: of a daughter Verna Jean of Jackson- week !In Lakeland and Mulberryand '
..r..I..' ka'' Mfr
ville are guests of Mrs. O. J. Grlffln. other points south.

BATHING SUITS GOING OCT AT COf>4T. Mrs. Roy 1", Huff end children

Mrs. T. T. Long has returned I Gloria Leigh and Dean of Elber- ;
From Alachua where she visited I ton, Ga, are visiting Mrs. Avy Stll-

Mr. Long who is employed in_ the. ley and Mrs. R. C. Buford. Mrs.
Ford garage there. -- -- Huff "will be remembered here'as!

Miss Louise Van Uranker. I

Miss Beatrice Sullen'and" Pat .1.

Bits of Lambe and Mr. W. A. Gregorywere Paul Knight, son of Mr. and
visiting friends In Valdostaand Mrs D, E.. Knight tit Starke Is

Lakeland, Ga1,1: Sunday.i the guest of his untie and aunt, Ballard and Bollard
i 1. Mr. and Mrs.: Charles Larsen, 830 ,

focal Ladies wash 'dteMies 1 on sale atHump's South Bonlevard> 'tt>enue. Paul Idywild Self-rising
RDr.' \ has several Lakeland'' 'radio fans ,
I .n who remember' him as a 'member Flour 24 pounds - - -
of the Harmony Team of Nolan ]
Concerning Our People Business and Miss Marie Wolf returned to ,
and Paul. They broadcast over
her home In Green Cove Springs
Progr.. of the County and Town.imLJl.JIJIJUJLJl.Jl.JI.Jl.J'.Jl. .' Thursday after spending a few station WRUF at Gafttewvllle and

days with Miss Edna Stansbury., will resume their' weekly broad- Osceola Brand
casts over this station In September -
cI:_.-==..... .....,..................... -........l.JUJLJl.Jl.JL-Jt.Jl-JLJI...................--................''.JC...'''u'.,s5Z5n.Ji!' I Mrs. O. E. Stansbury and daughter when they will enter the University Fancy Cut '

WEATHER REPORT Mrs. Robert M. Barker of Jacksonville : Edna, and Miss Marie Wolf of of Florida .Lakeland '
I I I \] was the guest of Mrs. W. Green Cove Springs motored to Ledger StringBeans,2cans25c
J. Epperson Monday. Gainesville Wednesday. --
jeli ending Aug. 13, 1930, by

Forestry Department Starke I I Good Yellow Homespun, fie atStump's. McKay Johnson returned from
b. TIIERESSA Gibbs' Brand
I I' Jacksonville Tuesday, where he
ale Max. Mln. Preclp. spent a week with his parents, Mr MIa.Rkod. Z.I..r, Cur With Tomato Sauce '
and Mrs. R. N. Johnson. '
1 96 73 -,i I Mr. and Mrs. Dale.VanSickle of Mr. Floyd KlrktariW' of Georgia < Pork and Beans 3 cans '-, .-25c
S 96 74 .10 I Gainesville are spending several Mrs, Charles Arendal and Mrs. la visiting his 8lsler .uMrs.: F. Fen- I

9 95. "v 71. .JTi days here!. this week. b. IA laynps[ Grant- ,and little son,, of der and.lamy, ,. 'J.1 1" .... A '
FlO 94 69 .15 1'I ; tn'Mlas8s \ ( I : .. .
St. Augustine spent Sunday with I IDI' Okie apd\.A ina Jllnson,Inn.'V '
1[ 11 90 v ,74 .81 Mr: and Mrs. W.': .J. Epperson and Mrs. O. Haynes.. were visiting a few days last week Old Reliable

12 90 76 .06 Jr., of Jacksonville are spending with their sister, Mr.John Hall Pound JarPeanut
13 93 72 .31 Mrs. C. B. Roberts and Mrs.
several days at Kingsley lake. and family at Joarlton"Beacb:
pal rainfall for week ___1.43 Alvin\ Wasden of Graham '
_ Mr. and Mrs.. J. l', Dickinson Butter -19c
M WM e B MB j jar -
Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Dick are business visitors. here Wednesday are having their house painted this per
and Mrs. Doyle Harward home from Kentucky where they afternoon. week.

In Jacksonville spent their vacation., Mrs. S. H. Swindell and daughters -
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Ray came up Misses Eula and Clara were Maxwell House
tops cushions and cush- Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Brownleeand from' Reddick today and are with visiting Mr. and MmvHlersey and ; 1 ,

jovers, M. Leviton. 26tt daughter Mary, are home their sisters Misses Amelia and family Sunday afternoon.Mr. Good to Last Drop

from a two week's visit In Miami. Olive Ray.Misses and Mrs. R. .CK Zeigler of .
H B McLendon of Raiford Gainesville and Mr. L. C. Zeigler I COFFEE Pound can .- 35c
[Wednesday for Marianna. Special 'are: Piano office desk, Louise Rudolph and of Ocala were visiting\ their par ,.
safe, two typewriters all furniture ' Margaret Wordell of Minneapolis ents Sunday afternoWff. ; -

L W. Mann was a visitor here and flowers. Apply Geo. A. Minn., are visiting Mr. Paul Ru- Misses Ida Hagaft'/ ." Hilda and I :

Lake Butler Saturday. Marcotte, next to light plant. dolph hare 'Thelma. Sullivan Hazel and Mildred PURE CANE
Phillips\ ] and Messrs. ''James Fine Granulated 1
|ra H. A. Dew and children Mr. and Mrs.L A. Davis will Misses Isabel and Alice Fernan- Trlest and Author Mlllken were I

In Jacksonville Saturday spend thels week-end In Fernan- del have returne homo after visiting'' Mr. 'kh'd'MrC: ' ! dina. spending 'a month? at Woodland son.''Chariee'al'JShi/sou'lake' / last SUGAR pounds .. :f
r, and Mrs., U. C. Wall are I Lodge In ClaytonJOa. Tuesday night. ..

Ipylng ,the Weeks cottage at Rev. Thomas Hansen of Jacksonville .1 Mrs. D. W Moore spent Sunday : ,
pley lake. was visiting here Wed- Miss Virginia Peace of Jacksonville with her sister, Mrs. A. L. Sullivan ; ( The Waldorf '?
nesday. and Miss Hazel Oliver of and family. ] : -,

t", W. Q., Halle, who has been Baldwin are guests of Mrs. E. L. Miss Teresa Bennett of Rising 650, SHEETS .
Ing relatives In Atlanta. Ga., Star Brand Shoes are better: Biggs at Kingsley lake. attended Sunday school at Hope :: "

(rued home Tuesday. guarantee at Htump'n. church Sunday afternoon. Toilet Paper 4 rolls' - 22c
I *' Paul Knight who has spent the Misses Rhoda and Ruth Zeigler ,

fulutwk Sheets, SlxOO at Sheriff W. S. Brannen was a past two weeks In Lakeland the were visiting Misses Wlllla Mae !
p's, OHc.r .. Visitor here from Lake Butler guest of his aunt. Mrs.. Charles and Okie Hlnson Sunday afternoon ,
Wednesday.' Larsen, will return home Friday. : Golden AgeMacaroni t

| W. H. Struth and Miss We had a nice rain In this sec- orSpaghetti .
rlka Struth were In Jackson- Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Flynn of Leaving for Cuba at once and tion last Sunday and our farmersare
i Thursday. Pensacola spent the week-end here am selling out all my household busy now preparing ground '
with Mr. and Mrs. Oeo. B. Flynn. furniture at your' own price. Geo. for another strawberry crop. : packages 15c .
ft. and Mrs. F. F. Stump entered A.. Marc tte;,next to light plant. Mrs. A. L. ,Sullivan and children ,
members of the Twentieth Mr. Lenthal is attend- uu ,
Wyman Miss Hilda and'Master Otb-
fury Club Friday night. ing to forestry business In Tallahassee Mr. and Mrs. George W. Bals- ma and Mrs. I). W Moore were I ; i 7 2 Armour's
I this week. den and Miss Lucia Balsden of visiting! in Hampton Sunday after !
>', and Mrs. R. J. Davis and Jacksonville spent the week-end : Best GradeCompound ,

Iren spent Thursday atter- Miss Ines Abernathy spent the with the Baisden sisters. noon.Mf: James/ Swlnd "''was' visiting -' ;

in Jacksonville.\] / week-end In Jacksonville with Mr. ; his parents Mr. sad Mrs. 8. R. Lard pounds -23c
and Mrs. Alvin Shaw. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Thomas and Swindell Sunday.Mr. -
l"lng North-Will\] sell my children of Jacksonville visited 'Author Mlllken 'of' Starke, r
|8 and furniture at a sacrifice. Mrs. II. S. Long of Jacksonvillewas Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Murrhee here spent last Tuesday night at the

Berry Johns. It.r. .* the week-end guest of her par- Sunday. home of Mr. D. J. Phillips and ] Alaska Pink

ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Edwards children. Pound CanSalmon .
and Mrs. J. H. Lord of Mrs. W W. Lasseter and daugh- Mr. and Mrs. Jim* Buttery of

rwater were here during the Figured and printed voiles 13r ters, Juanita of Chatln, S. C.. and Jacksonville were visiting her sin:
week. at Stump's. Exle of Chester Va., are here on I ter, Mr. and Mrs. W; T. Wallace per can -15c'' '
a week's visit with her brother, Sunday evening.Mr. I ,

Miss Thelma Andreu spent the Mr. G. H. Bennett. and Mrs. F. Whittington of

week-end at Kingsley Lake with Orlando. who have been visiting
ENT A % Miss Beverly Cady The Woman's Missionary So- her sister, Mrs. F. Fender and Octagon ;
WORD ciety of the Methodist church will family returned to their home last White
Adkins of hold a business and program meetIng .
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. week.
COLUMNICE > Gainesville were visiting at Kings- next Monday afternoon at 4 Mr. R. A. Week was In Theressa1Ionday Toilet Soap 3 bars 25c
o'clock at the church. -
ley lake Sunday. attending to business. ,
Get your meal and grits I
puna< at Green's! Store. 8-15-31 Miss Mildred Clark returned to Humming Bird Horn 9I.OO up t ,
Baldwin Saturday after visiting are absolutely /guaranteed at FLORIDA C0JIMi; 4SlOYERPOINTS : Large Fancy ,
RKN'T; -Furnished apart- : Mrs. E. L. Biggs at Kingsley lake Slump's. Iceberg
ents price TARIFF OX TOJIATOJ4AI..KHJacksonville :
reasonable. J. F.
Irkliter. 725tf.I1 I Mr. and Mrs.R. C. Buford and Misses\ ( Isabel and Alice Fernan- -
daughter Gloria, spent* Sunday. In des returned Sunday from a delightful Fla./ Aug. 8.- Lettuce per head lOc
t SALE- :.4 piece living room Jacksonville.Miss stay In the mountains. I Nelll Rhodes, assistant state marketing ,
!site 185, kitchen cabinet 115. They'spent several weeks In Clayton ] commissioner, of Florida
"()k case 3. music cabinet 13. Ethel Griffin has returned Ga, and Ashevllle, N. C. calls to the attention of tomato

ro dressers at $6 each, willow home after visiting for several growers of this state, to the tariff r '
'" Mra Mattie Brown and Miss and Its probable effect and advises
$Z, B S. Johns. 1*. weeks In Lakeland Miami and '
Jacksonville- Maud Schahmyer have left for them to study the 1930 tariff M-C STORE
l! *L&: Missionary strawberJJ"8 Baltimore and points In Virginia act from all angles before definitely _
r and after spending the week-end deciding upon the acreage
Improved northern Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis
Fresh from nursery. P. little daughter Jean will spend wth: Mr.\. and Mrs. B. E. \ for the 1930-31 shipping; season. 'Where' Satisfaction a Certainly'' sip sipr
Mr. Rhodes has mad a careful sipr
'obiison, Starke, Fla. 7-25-: the week-end In Arcadia with Mr. ber.1 .
t.. and Mrs. Bruce Davi Mrs W. B. 1\lund".1r., Mrs. study, of the Important terminal] :: '::" : '': .- : '. ; : ': ':.:;"" ', .:." ',: :' -III' : '.. .. .r


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D.-\Sn: n
Invisible, the only wise God, b 9 -- I'LANTIXG TO T d "
honour and glory for ever and -- LAKE OIUI TItl'f'K t.l\o"\ ",
ever. Amen. 1 Tim. 1:17: t'IIOIl.tCanal : I...

Prayer: "0 Jesus King RIOH.wbnderful _
Point, Pa,
In Thee all Joys are erg,
'' pouts item various 7 > I;
It ,SV ,
found. e"lo"
Everglades "K4

I Thy word is a lamp into ay fed, in i i light fate mj p>tk-Ptala 119:105.lTfti : Our Meditator August/ :If For, 1O.1O there Is one< era In this section hal ilro, 1I0t ti;*K t 1r
any special
interest meditator between In < n
God and one
YnrtT ? All religious teaching, doctrine or lags for ths! fall dUE rudl L
St iiDflPD1tD' God and men, the man Christ Jesus 10
creed, a they are to have any claim levels of Lakepossibility \ n
ipon the love, loyalty and devotion of the people must be in harmony with ; Who gave Himself a ransom of Okeechop floods I
the teachings of Jesus the Christ whose words fit into every fold and crevice for all to be testified In due time.1 summer. alert It m
of the human heart and of whom it was said In John 7:49,"NEVER MAN Tim. J:5: 6. .1
P iJfi SPAKE LIKE Tills MAN" Prayer: "Jesus the SavIour Under normal IIIUlllolII

U'KKKLV: : HKK.MOJKTTKI'YIciiiI : Israel, with a threat to put out the reigns The God of truth and love'. in Ing starts In August, and p,

I right eyes of the men. When Saul August 20, JIKIO; i September. Beun plepty ,,1
Jesus; of the helpless I heard this he gathered an army God's Gifts Qood: For every] 1 In September aread" )

Mark 1-40: 41. And there camea 300,000 men and defeated the Ammonites creature of God Is good, and nothing November Farm, who?

leper to him, beseeching him and saved the people. At to be refused, If it be received wll land close to thE ah, Inj ::1

and kneeling down to him, and ter this. Saul wan again", proclaImed with thanksgiving; for it Is sanctified more protection (i8ain8, ,,

_ saying unto him If thou wilt, thou king, a nilgai, and wag acceptedby by the word of God and pray- ,ally. hold off planting un1118 r
r l llar tlean. 41. And Jesus 1 Tim, 4:4 5. her. thus putting m
: ,
anst: make me all\ the people. Thus Saul appeared er.- (heir crop I w

moved with compassion, put \ to be firmly established asking Prayer: "May every heart confess market during January and
forth hla hand and touched him under the direction of the Thy name and ever Thee ruary,

and salt unto him, I will; be thou Lord. But he did not obey Rod, adore." One of the groule8t ,., '"

clean\ and became a mental, moral and AufCii"t :21, 10:10: -- confronting the growers\ 0' (
Mark 2:6: 11. When Jesus saw spiritual wreck The Example of Youth;. Let no Upper Glades ,Ie Ilild, ''e ben,

tthgfeel' their fiilth, he said unto the sick When David was brought with man despise thy youth; but be financing. The", ?? wars' ,

of the palsy, Son, thy sins be for- his harp to soothe Saul's troubled thou an example of the believers ''w w rF ui E l r z v i out in March anti ,Ih)? rep,, )

Klven thee. 11. Arise and take mind with music Saul tried to kill in word in conversation in charity -I ; acreage was flood,.", ?, Iu

het ? N up thy bed, and go thy way Into him. When warned by Samuel to In spirit, In faith, in purity.L ,-, which prevented ri 1 It rOlle1',, ,Ii I

di8a. thine house. await the advice to the Lord about }L Tim 4.12.Prayer ., taming seed for 'IMI 0 al'llllI

tabs : Prayer: 0 Lord our Lord,Thou going Into battle,' Saul became impatient : Let all, that dwell with and necessitates 'ill ,unb.> IIb

art mighty and able to save to the and acted as priest hlm- us on earth, conspire to exemplifyThy northern grown I a

uttermost all that .come unto God nelf. When David killed the gIant love and truth. I ---.--- - -
through Thee. Goliath and aided Saul's 'army,, I
God love?' Answer, t II Mayo -- Parki'" ,, < 1H., .. ,
How does Saul envied him and sought to CNr I ?
BAPTIST 1 newly appointed ,>
l'ead-\1kah: 6-8. have him killed. I'Me i )1'OIEI'I

While David fleeing from tW \ chased Mayo MotDaytona bUll!
? was
131 st Sunday school at 10 a. m, V. B. Bear/ ;,
.'onna'Wf 17. HJ Saul he came to the priests ut the usvtouniture
st Wheeler, supt.Worship .
;i Subject: Saul the Man of Tosjtibllltles city of Nob and they fed him Then Compuiu apllalhr
at 11 a. m. "The Sym- f
who Failed Saul caused 85 ,of the priests to be Si ] grantedThirtynine 'Ultlet ii
Golden Text:, "Wherefore let killed. pathy of Christ" Heb. 4:16: 16. .'lotl ., uu i
Evening service at 8 p. m. Sub- total of I
a him that thlnketli he standeth When ordered by the Lord to $1,725,9(4! ( n t1
ject: Realizing the second Advent. I :
.I I take heed lent ho fall." J Cor. 10-: utterly destroy the Ammonites ',,,1, permits during .IUIK Jt.cori!)|
Job. 19 25-27,
: compilation of V
12. their king alive and the FloruU slate;'
Haijl kept H. Y. p, U, at 7J30; p. m. .. ; I I ber of.commerce I
Lesson Text: 1 Samuel 0:15-: <
best of the spoil. Being rejectedby ,' .dw/tw 1
Wednesday services not being #
: RI insSwtan
17; 25-27; 10:1: ; 10:9-11: ; 31:1- the Lord Saul turned to the I held during August. '," /w _$ ,,,_ +r Aidrfr ,
*. I witch of Endor. The next day he
: t '
Samuel was the last of the was wounded in battle and killed : !II wq
No'rlei40F: MAIUUAOK
r Judges, who had for nearly 300 himself. Saul may well have our

at years, from time to time, developed I sympathy. He was a modest 1111
At Starke, August 6th by Rev,
1 from the different tribes of Israel man. He did
courageous young J.'r
G. P. Raymond, Orle A. Wiggins, ,
as spiritual and military lead not desire to be king. He was an }
to Laura Lee Hemingway, both of
k, era to tree them from their ene able, patriotic ruler. But he was Starke Florida. /; _
n_ jr'f* S
sauna : mies. self-willed, Impatient, envious and G. P. Raymond.IMtKHHYTKIMAN euroawraVror, ----/- 1, i ii
dekljbwj {, Like Ell, Samuel had two sons loved popular approval;and he disobeyed %111evdVi.oovo ( i
emicv who were bad men. but were made God. : .usrofar.t. ... I
: : ; ,.. .o'
priest (Then all the elders of Never rely wholly on yourself, ,,
r: k Israel) gathered themselves together but ask God's direction. Iit'3':
and came to Samuel unto Ra Services Sunday,' Aug. 17, as THE COMFANIONATE HOUSE' I
mah. And said make us a DAILY BIBLE: HKADIMiSAiiKUNt

king to Judge us like all the na lri, IftSO: Truby 10 a. m. Sunday school J. M. TIIK; NKWNKSS: : OP TUB MOD- bookshelves are built Into the furniture Side clearance, left -0 ft, right 5

enn tions." "And Samuel prayed unto Beware--We hear that there supt. KKJf-THK: t'OMI'ANIOJfATE where they best serve and ft. Lot frontage, minimum. 40 ft.
11 a.' m. Morning worship, ser
Lord." And the Lord said Construction Frame with stucco
the often the furniture is completely : -
which walk
are some among you by the pastor.
unto Samuel. Hearken unto the disorderly, working'not at all, but mon 7 m. Christian Endeavor, (By Duncanhunter Architect, electrically wired so that the reader finish, front of brick; roof, .

voice of the people for they have are busy-bodies. Now them that Topic p., "When Jesus Traveled, New York.) has every comfort. And this slate; foundation concrete; windows "Stn7

not rejected thee, but they have are ouch., we command and exhortby What lie Saw and What He Did." That the modern mode In arch type of furniture can be made by steel casements; doors, atthAcb

rejected me, that I should not our Lord Jesus Christ, that Leader, Miss Estelle Kendrick. itecture is new In this country is machinery with no loss of character , wood to special details.

reign over them." with quietness they work and eut There will be special: music and a not to be disputed. It Is In fact so but with rather enhancement, Interiors: Floors, wood for lin-

Samuel explained to the people their own bread. But ye, breth- varied new that in 1924 when France Invited while the old type of furniture oleum finish; walls plaster, kitchen -

r how a king would burden them, ren, be not weary in well doing. 8 m.program.Union service Rev. J, T. the United States to take "the antique" and Its reproductions plaster;; bath room composition

and would take their lands, their -2 These 31113.: Guy p.pastor of the Methodist part In their exhibition of modern required individual hand tile, steam beat gas and' elec Ordinary pains- 1

ndwjiilatde slock, their children and servants Prayer: "My Savlous has my church will give the sermon. art-the Exposition) .des Arts De- production to attain the quality it tric wiring. ache and neuralgia, i III

< fi,>r bIll personul ..service. "Never- I treasure, And He will walk with Prayer meeting Wednesday eve coratlfs et Industrie!) Moderne, boasted-when machine made Cublture: 13.600 cu. ft. Jar pains, functional pahi
the less the people\ refused to obey quantity production was applied Complete working plans and
mdytinevl me. ning. The meeting will be in held in Paris--Herbert Hoover, the headache and congest
the voice of Samuel; and they said this type lost Its only charm bur specifications of this house are
August/ III", 1IKIO: charge of the young people.A 'I then secretary of commerce, stated feeling of a coM\ in thd
Nay; but we will have a king over The Charge-Novfi the end of cordial Invitation to all our services that there was no modern deco motor cars are not made by hand available for a nominal sum. Address thejl)
JIM." : why should our furniture be? the building editor and referto hendhow'quickly
I the commandment In charity out extended to all rative art in this country and declined -
The selection of a king Is thus of a pure heart, and of a good conscience the Invitation. And thla- The Companionate is a modern House H-113. disappear when you take I
? described (Chap. 9)) "Now house modest In size. It lists tablet two of
Indlcla and of faith unfeigned.I .- IfKVIVAL: MKKTINd AT COIt- just five short years ago. : or
Nae there was a man of Benjamin, Tim. 1.6. IXTH Today we find modern designon Basement: Recreation room, Tampa Contracts totaling DR.MILES'nA..h.r

K. whose name was Kish * And he" August 17, HMO every turn and the unique laundry, storage boiler room and $12,340 awarded by Hlllsborough ,
,..r4A had a Son whose name was Saul. The Salvation of the Chief- Revival services 'will start at freshness it offers is most decidedly coal storage. county school board for repairing ;

Some of Klsh's 'stock wandered I This Is a faithful saying,and wor- Corinth church on Sunday, Aug. i I welcome. It fits our times and First floor: Entrance vestibule school properties In county; .

apj from home and Saul, with a ser thy of all acceptation, that Christ 17th, and will run for; one week, in I mode of expression. For instance, with coat space, combined living I Jacksonville Southern Motors

th* vant, was sent to hunt them. Not Jesus came Into the world to save charge of Elder C. LubIn of Jack- I the modern furniture is designed and dining room, two bed rooms, Finance Corporation of Miami to Dr. Miles' Aspir-Mint b t I

ndanme'o in* finding the animals Saul called on I sinners; of whom I am chief.- sonville. An invitation is extended I with low, deep, comfort: kitchen and bath. establish branch here. new, stable, mint-flavored U''

Samuel at Itamah. 1 Tim. 1:1B.: to all to attend these services i able seats, chairs with frames of' Ceiling heights: Basement, seven Green Cove Springs New that is making people ill (

It&ron The the printed .part of today's Prayer; "The grace that sought ,, metal with glass tops that leave' feet; first floor, eight feet. truck placed Into operation by the country "Smile at the A0 ?

1 lesson begins "Now the Lord had and found me Alone can ,keep me Jacksonville New building of no "rings" from glasses, nowadayswe Exposure:; The plans as shownare street department. 15e and 23c at your drojiTOULL

*_ _ told Samuel * a day before Saul clean. Crane Company, West Bay and eat and drink where and when for a lot facing south or west. St. Augustine City Commission GET RELIEF i

' came saying. Tomorrow about Auguttt 18, 10:10: Lee streets completed.Lake i we like so modern furniture Is designed For a lot facing north or east the awarded contract to RaleighS. iII

ir tore this time I will send thee a man The Glory of Our King-Now City Myrtle Fruit Mar- to meet this need-the ta- plans should be reversed.Lot Masters for operation of new OR YOUR MONEV OAC

out of the land of Benjamin and unto the King" eternal. Immortal. ket under new management. i' bles are low to suit the chairs. size: House frontage, 25 ft. St. Augustine Beach Bus
U thou shalt anoint him to be cap I __ -- - ,
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[ier 1 net} < t, tain when said over unto Samuel my him people saw Behold Saul Israel, the the* *Lord And man "THE MAIN THING ON MAIN STREET" By L. R Van Zelm l lwJH'f 1 1"YtU i rl'rl'X1,1 I

thee of. This
t tr whom I spake to
rhi) same shall reign over my people."
"And Samuel took Saul and his Uuzz txrt'T "'k)13 GO MIND "'fEQ71iG,9eeas
then being Itttly : B.. s 54. NISIDG, BEE- OWN JSUSINES5' a"'r
servant" to the feast I MR. / JO N also -eeoca EXrsur-A Sf
held in the city, and gave them MAIN STREETS QrA1) &. Rat S MADE T.IERE'l'! : < A .l'EAT -15N 'I RIDE: IN uARa M QTOME MAIN i
of honor."Samuel called HOLWS 16liD" M QuIM t'1Nr1 ST- A "T'Qouey WITH
to GuS HSOIWCOf'1&1' !.
Saul early the next morning
start home: (Chap. 10''' "Tt: n WMOve IT THfQE'S T AtI

Samuel took a vial of oil and pour I THE FAMOUS w I OLDJAa1eD aeon, r
ed It upon his head and kissed GROUCH CONTINUES / r
/ : /
him. I /
1 This Is the first account of the eo /
coronation of a king. The ,custom co BEE AND GuiNewCOMBI >> 'II ,

is Btlll used in some countries especially ARE STILL

In England. Saul went MAD .AT SACK OTHEtt ._...L WOULDN'T N IS FoorAIN'T
back to hilt father's home On the I MMF I

,way Saul met a band of prophets ED 1% <>Q DARN. SORE ,,,R YA THINk ED Ag $04EO

and joined with them in their ser r AT GUS THAT HE'D WOULD GO ONSIDE Ag HIS
Samuel Saul.
vice. had said to
: ,ON TwETfoOUET -
"And the Spirit of the Lord will Q
.c come upon thee, and thou shall l
rooT THAN. %IT tMiit -
prophesy with the. and shalt be

turned Into another man for >E WITH MI'S 'ENeMY. II

God In with thee.:" "And Samuel .. _.._
I f_ ."';
rt called the people together unto the ,
IleiOG Lord to Mlapeh: to make Saul -- -- ------ -- -

kin;. "And Samuel said to all DOROTHY DARNIT 1I
the people, see ye him whom the I ,I By Charles

Lord hath chosen, that there is

ial ''r'rtY none like him? And all the people A MT Voo YES I HEARD YOU YES we OH YES HES ,

r .g.gIx king." "And Samuel sent all the IM THE BIG WHO Q1LL IIVER CALLS gTYouR' HOUSt

people away, every man to his HOUSE RICHPEOPLE TOLD HEY YOU AUWAYSTEUU. HIMd

house And Saul also went home." ON THE AND HOT YOU n TO CAL-&..' AGAIN
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Germ Bal. Mar 1, 1930 u________ 170.05 Receipts during; month -.. 28.SO DtMrlrt NO. 1 list A. r>. 1980, to the highest and trutitres and for the amount of mill. T.ATUnp OF THE BTATK .
[ / Deadly' Illst. '5,,. 1: Warrants month 57.00 Hal. Oct. 1. 1939 u__ 150.52lrreipt I best bidder for cash the following age to be asNf MKfd against said consolidated } :

Drop of Water Pal. ) . t. 1930 __ ___ 474.90 Hal Dec. durin., ______ I during month 38.76 described property lying; and being district.H. Th.t the tol.wln" amendment to
ingle H4e.lpt. during; month ___ 67.89 t>is.. "o. 96.8 Warrants during; month .R6 In Urudford County Florida, to. 11. MAT Chairman. Section \ of \rtel. of the Constitution
so small that there may W.rrRnl. dur'ln. month. ___ I Ill <.Nllal. Overdraft Nov. I. 1920 I_.. 1B3.70 Hal. Mov 1. 1929 __ __u wit* A. J. OniFKlS, tecretary.For the Htat. nf .I.rhl. relatintr -
aro ono billion, seven him- Mar. 1. IS.IO: ___h_ during; month ____ H7.94 lllstrlet No. 2 197.4 AM lots Two (2) and Four (4)of the purpose of holding; aid bond be, and .am. I* fr
[18 them in ft of Hint. No. 1.1 17.7 \Varrant. during; month ._ 391.84 Hal. Oct. 1. 29Receipts __ 1001.78 Block Fifteen (15), and the Vest election the tulowlnl are appointcit > hereby, ugr,, to and .h,1 submitled -
Jon of drop Hill. Feb. 1. IH30 ___ _. 410.27 Overdraft Dec. 1.1829. __ .._ 412.60 dlrlnl month 57.40 Forty feet of lot Six (6) and 1 ICIa-ht 11'na 1'1.. llrlr. .1. W. to the electors .b.mate at
nd $Just a few of tinythc Receipts during; month __ 17.01Warrants "st. No. Wltl'.nIM month 72.71 (8) of said Fifteen (IS) according Prevail. U Orlrtls 111 W. W. the "loneral 1'lleeti.fl of Itcpresentatlves -
get into your blood d.rlnl month '__. 66.63 Hal. Knv. 1. 1929 ___.h__ ._. 260.01 JII. Nov. _._- _ 9X6.4! ; ,. the map or plat of theoriginal Colemau. Clerk. 118614lb..N0ii'lO to be held In 130. tnI approvalor

1 your skin,.may O.rdrar 11<1. 1930 _____ 479.78 Receipts during; month _____ ItUtrlrto.! 0 town of "ark. subject, reJ.tlon. Section I
?' cut'' 1 WIll be m me Illst.o.. .1 Warrull. month ____ Bal. Oct. 1, 131'r*: --. 91.24 however, to Alp .n' reservations 0. 1'Lc'rut ao.nd.,1, iso us to road a*

ick you !low of be Ov.rdrar Feb. 1, 1H30 _"__". 61.8! lll. t'.r. 1"urlnM, ( h. ______ 2(1001( 1..I. n't r. 527.0( a* In d. .1 from Ovid By power vested In them the follows:
InV, oauso the. li during mnnth .-.__ 1)1st. No. II \.rlnl. during !__ 778.91 llayne A wife to .V. I. Hul. dated Hoard, of I'uhtlc Instruction of Brntt (Section 6. The LeKlslature shall
I, poisomnK nmy Warrants durinI month ___ 16.00 Overdraft Nov. I. 1929 ___ 307,24 UVtr.lralt Nov. I.' _- |68.70 M.Y 18, lllflu) and .( Hook ford" r hereby colts have power to .r"vll. for l issuing
ih that and Overdraft I. 1VIO: ") __ h 543.22 Receipts during month 20.20 lllxlrlrt No on 1'agr 8. AUK. 10th 1916, an : 'tYi.I he lie lit August 16th. State (bonds only purpose nf _ _
'? mot dlu nut. %.. inllnl. Warrants durinI month-_ ___ 19R.01 Bal. 0..,. 1. i 111211 __ ._-1- ____ 241.86 1'1110 I..nrd. of Bradford County 1930,lt In siib'Hrhoul dlHti-u-t r.p.ltnl invasion, or .IPI..lng In.
!hscases loc:1.. Feh. 1. J (1130 __ 283.6.1 I Ovel'draf . |1921 _____ 482.07 durhig month ._u- 2.158 together with the No. 3 to determinewhether or not .urr.clnn. and the l'ounte., Dlx-
,auso you no dirt in I ICs Receipt durlnmonth; ______ 31.03 l>Ut. T .. "ul'llM month .' 6.43 tenements, hereditament and ap they shall rereive Hoaldraln sub.wchool trkt. ," .r state
> mean that it in Warrants during month n__ 16400Bui. Bttl. Nov. 1. 1929 ___ _____._ 446.39 Warrant mouth __ 200.01 purl.nance. thereunto, belonging; or dlntrlc-t No. 17 to h consoll' of Florida shall have power to issue _ _
not The only safeCiing Mar. 1. 1930 _______h_ 160.60 Receipts during; month ..____.. 10.60 District Nr'. II II any appertaining dated with to elect three. trus. bonds only after the same, shall I
:jot grm Hlo. No. IT Warrants durinA month ____ l.uo) Over"r.t Oct. 1. 1929 __- 443.76 13. M. JOHNS. tows soul to Ih.m.determine the amount have been approved by .majority' of
to thoroughly Overdraft 1930( ______ 94.76( Hal. bee .'_ ______ 4S5.89 . .dll'ln" month. _- 4R5.11 v Special Master of to I>A assessed against the votes cast in an "hcllol In
ry CUt, no matter toy sm Receipts during; month __ .. 6.91 Dlst. No. M .rrRnt. dl.lli month _. 21411.56 J. L FRAlE1. the mil, conmillitHtPil. district. which. majority of the,.. _
Warant. durinI month ___ l.OS haL Nov. 1. D2D _._ ___i--102.5B Overdraft ID20 807.34 1.leltur Complainant. IT. 1) MAT Chairman. are qualified .I.elr. rvsldlnit
,quid it t Borozona Overdraft 11.r. 1930 _____ 88.8 Receipts during month __?___ Ill.trlct No.,T A. J. niUFKIH, Seciet ry. In such Counties, VIMlrlrt. or Municipalities
ii ld then dust . N.. 1> Warrants during; month _, __ 10.00 Tat Oct. 1. 1929 ______ .__ nO.1, The foregoing and above aclvertlsed For the puii ,ne holding said shall plll'.I. to bn
to hnstrn tho hpaA.Liquid Overdraft Feb. I, 1930 __ 487.44 Hal. Dec. 1. 11129 ._,________ 1..lpt..lul'ln" month _. .__ properly was duly oftvred for .I.'tlon. V. A. .Scott, A. J. Tlioman held In the nunn.r t. .. ,
coats( ZO cents, $1.20 Receipts during; month ____ 177.0! Ills*. No. ii 92.61 I durlno month __ .87 sale a. above advertised and there and 8. H. are appointed by law! but the provisions of tills
Borozona Powder3cents Warrants during month ____ 64O.02Overdraft Hal. Nov. 1. 1929 ___________ 40.10 Hal. Nov. --___ ___' "8.3 b.lne; no bid for the therein managers, Towlnl! rrman. Clark. Act shall not apply 1 ; ct Mar. I. 1930 ______ 851.39 I..lpt. during; month _____ IH.trlrt N.. N described I sal property was adjourned 1. t. I of bond Issued exclusively for the
'I and can b b I hereby "certify that the foreooliiir "urlnl month .__ Hal. Oct. 1. 19211 __.._ _-- 108.85 and will .th.nH.d. In front of the 1-1-6t-I-U. i purpose of refunding of the bonds or _
, pharmacy. statement Hhnwtnl halanoea at Hal. Deo. 1129 ___ __J,___ 40.10 1..II.t. during; month .__ Court Hous door at Stark Florida iNOTItn TO the Inl..t thereon. of such Counties -
II the h."lnnlnl "ndlnJ ol i> . NO. to Iurtll, month ___ 6.30 during; tho li-iral hours nt sale, IUEII I District or Municipalities, t
the above Hal. Nov. I 1. 1929 __________ Bal >.fov. __-___ _. 102.56 on Monday I the first day of September .
]do Traylor Groves Inc., of the receipt* and warrants Issued Ho..II.I. during; month ____ 8l8.11 lllstrlet No. 0 A. 1). IIIIIO. 8.all' .r"I..I. will be
charter of Incorporation. during said month corresponds with 'VRrr.nt. durinA month ___. 3.9 Bal. Oct. 1. 19211.. .,. .. _ 9.68 Dated at Stark, Fla., August 4, M COlt rat.or. for A JOINT nEKOf-.trTION' Pr..o.lnl,
I the r."ord. of my ofllce and IH true' .. 129 ___ ._____ 6S7.8i Receipt duringmonth _ 30.70 IP JO. l altfraton. .nd ad.Uton. to An Amendment. to Artc.
Jacksonville Extensive and correct to the best of my Vnowledgevand II. IVw. I Warrant durl1M month ._ .46 E. It!. JOHNS 11..11. present .unl.r "ehool the Constitution of tif
.1 ( being made to busl- belief I also certify that Hal. Nov. 1, __. .______ Hal. Nov. ) .4.------ 40.10 Special Mauler.J. 11.llln\ Ito Florida. Jlorlda. Relative to Taxation and
m'ltl the following; I I. a list of all county U.cel.t. during month _____ 1111 llUtrlet. .Ill I FUAZKM. lhl" shall .nddressnd the I .Inan.'e. to He Known a* Section
HdlnK at northeast corner depositories. .howln" the balance in during; month ____ 2.20 Hal. Oct. 1. 11129! .____ _____ 630.9 Solicitor. for Complainant. board I'nMlo instruction Itrnilford 1 AI.trl. IX.
Marco Boulevard and Pine each at the ,10"0 month herein Hal. Dec 1. 1921 h__. ,_____ 1H2.89 H.r.II't. durliiK, month ___._ 10.10 8.11-41.8-IL county In care of the Architect1and IT IIY TIIM LROIt.lATtIitl0 -
first stated, and the> amount of II. Na 12 WRrrant. durlnl month __u flint with A. J. Urlllls, KuperIntendent ( TIIM 1 $'iA'Ll. OF
security furnished by each such depository TJal. Nov.: I. h.__ .______ H.I. Nov. 1, !' _..__._____ 86M.15UI.t.l.t ot 1'llhllc In.lructon. at FUOIUUA
and the amount of Interest Receipt durlnir month ______ 1G.6 No. It JSOTICM 1000; o'clock a 1.. ) b. ''I'.n. ''Nt the following amendment of
paid or credited durlnN said month Warrants Ilul'lnM month _ __ :3440 Hal. Opt 1. 1929 .. __,________ 202.10 at 12:00: o'clock "".n. on the 161h'Infn IX of the Constitution of '
I '11'1'IU"'U''T'MI \ by each said on account Hal. Dec. ____ ______ 101.21 Receipts during; month ___ Tn Circuit Twenty-sixth .7,1. of August fI30'h. i ii Nt.l. of Florida to known as
ag "I of balance time tle- month __ 10.21 Iourt. 'h, of said
\ "NII current daily or 1)1st. No. 13 ".rl.lnt durlnl dicliil bid accompanIed AUld. IX be, and
'I'SChOOL Florida In and for
( ". 1..1. Overdraft Nov. I. 129! n__._ 465.22 111. N.v. .__. 11.8 elr"lt Cuunty. In i c.rttl.d bidder's check In the the .am. hereby agreed to and
Wln. mv hand this. 28 day of I".he. dUI'lnl month ____ Ilstrici N.,. J: IJeVotn Chancery.Alfred .um payable to the archi shall he submitted to the electors of
"rd ,.unty for the month of \. 1930. durin" month ____ Bal., Oct. 1. 3929 ___ __ 10076 Complainant.Arlhur'W. tect. Frank "'rlmm.r. Juarlwt.. thata the Stats of "'Inrld. at th. general
1930 A. J. ORIFFIS, Overdraft J 1, .1929 _- ____ 465.22 n.r.l.t. flllflnir ,,,nn>ll '"A.O "" contract will b. fnl.r.d between election to bs h..1 fl the first Tuesday
rnrral Xcboul Fundsl County Superintendeut.CO1'1'Y L. IC Wnrrnl. during, ; ,month 3 the la awarded after the Monday In November -
al Ionl r.ctor. .
Jon 1. 1UHO ___ .1887.02 Overdraft IU2S -._ .,. 127.77 1nl. Nov. 1. lf)2i! _. ____. 15.8 Defendants.Foreclosure.T.b.y. et. the Hoard of I'ub.II 1930, for ratification or re.
""Hnir month ____6953.00I I Recelptu during I ; month = T 10.40 DUtrlrt No. I.I Instruction of Hrndr.r,1 county, J.eton. ',
,I,-during; month -__- 8167 St'PF.HINTKNIIKNT'B WnrrRnt. during month ____ II.40 Overdraft Oct. 1. 1929 .. __ 466.09 6 days. And the b, 1180 ._ _______.3181.2 MONTIIM FI"'C'I1'1'1. J).. 1. 1929 _____ 'H..I'.t. during; month .. 2.60 Order of Inbllcatloii.It execute and, flln with A. J. (Irlf- f." I b..lnnlnl nf" op.r. _ _ _
III.'. ><.. 1 )":' (j0I'4'I'Y[ "t'IOOL : )! IllMt. NO. ill 18.7 .a'ant. during; month 1.73 h.vlng bet n' made to appear l la I.y Superintendent of Schools, scurlly .. than, al Ine"Nlrlll '
1. 1. laJO ,_-_--__- 164.14 Hal. Nov. 1. 1929 _______ ___h 30t.10 Ov.rdrar Nov. I. 1929 ___ 465,23llUtrlet sworn bill of complaint filed I In told 110 per cent of the shall b. ..I..U.h.d In thin State oil
i iluilMK month ____ 1.91. Bradford county for the month of n..lpta during month ?___ No. 11 the above entitled cause that thedefendants r""t IR.t price. I he successfulcnntractnr or lifter ena-ayd prlinarllv -
i. during month -- -- I M.rch. 1930. Warrant durlnl month _h_ Overdraft Oct. J. 1929 _. 29.48! S. .. C. 1>. Wills. falls .execute said con said period In the 4
I ii i 11:10: .___________ 166.05 (leneral School Funds llal. Jiee.1, ____ ______ 403.56 Receipts dlr'no' ; month ___ ) Arthur W. '' D.Vll.. X.. To. tract unit bond' hun the amuunt of ,.Iurlnl steel vessel, auto.
I .'. No. : Bal. Mar. 1, 1930 __________8757.48 Illst. No. 17 Warrants 1.l; month ,5.7 ) hey Haiti .'. T.hey. Martin Louis the bidder's check will ba paid to mobl. tires, fabilc and textiles, '
?. i. 11180 _.-______17.4 n.e.lpt.during, month ______656K.54 Bal. Nov. 1. 1929 ____________ Overdraft Nov. 1 1929 . _=: 127.77lllstrlet : Frits Christian H. Wrlirhtoi I the ar.hlte.t. after other expense pulp, patter paper bas irs, fiberboard
a din,'Inn month,____ Warrant durlnl month ____2375.56: during; month ______ 2.1 No. Id Harold . W..t.U. Margaret Incurred, In deducted by the Hoard automobiles, 4
,IH during, ; month ____ 10.50 Bal. Apr. : __________9950.56 Warr.nt. durinI munll _n_ 2.60 Hal. Oct. 1. 1929 ___?___ ____ 385.95! Kl.l.on. ?.tar* K. l unc>ian. Ethel N. of I'ubllu Instruction,. such as Hdvertlslna "rt. Alrrrnt. aircraft p.rl.ILulolool.!
I?. i, mil' ... _--___ .178.8 Illst. No. 1 l.l. Deo. \ __ _n___ 20.62 1".1.. durlnK month ._ 25.60 Abbott WIIIII (I. Cameron, Jere. printing, eto. and it\" .. and .there _ _ _
Illxt.NO.. 3 Bal Mar. 1 1M30 ___________ 214.25 Illst No. 18 Warrants lrlll month '.._ 899 niluh A. Car.y. Albert H. Shaw The check retained will be returned sugar and oils, and In-
?. 1. 1)3UH !) ._________.17.8 H..lpt. d.rlnl. month ____ 10.47 Overdraft Nov. 1, 1929 ______1202.82Receipts III. Nov. I. _____ '" 402.56iistriot Charlotta A. Kmerson are known de. without any deduction when contract "tiling.hy."ru.II,11 or derivativesIncident
during month .____- Warrant : month ___ during; month __ ____ No. 17 r.ldant. who complainant, believe, Is slimed and, bond filed by ,' nt nny
,,11 during; month ____ 177.14 lal. Apr durin", 1130 u_ ._____.. 2.721..e. W.rrant. dlrlnl month ____ 27.RBo nli., Oct. .1. 1929 .._. __ 1473 b. Inte..I"d. In the I.nd. Involved succeHsful bld..r. of the alov. products", shall be exen -
b. |I. HJO ----------1581.46 No. : .r 1929 ------1197.94 1..op.. 'urlnl month __ g.70 In this ItlMatlon. or, If d.ul., .n Plans .I'.t.aton. can be it fr.m except that
1111. N D. 4 Bal. Mar. 1. __________1291.90 I hereby certify -ii-f W.rr.nt..turlnM month .__ 31 have been Inte"e.l.d therein. Is dead obtained from !* or at no itxemptlon t.xltml. become effective ., _ _ _
in. 1 1. 19.10IK : ____ nn 299.37 Receipts during; month ______ 122.75 Ing .t.t.m.nt. .how ; "" ul _. . 2.1 or alive, therefore said above nuntnd the oOc. of the Superintendent of by virtue of .h,1 thl. amendment '
during month -----_ Warrants durinA month ____ 461.86 the bellnnln" and at the ending of UI.'rl.e \o. defendants, are made parties do upon n deposit: of 126.00. shall extend beyond the year IU4$. ', ', '
it I. during month___ -- Bal. Apr. __________ 872.801)1st. the mOlth h.r.ln above stated and Overdraft Olt. l I. hilt) .1231.97 bill of complaint same lie returned when plans andspecifications Tho eeaaption ituthoriseti
b. i J. ''IJUDint. _________., 299.37 No. 3 nt the r..lpt. and warrants Issuec] Warranfs Receipts dlr'ng' month 114.28 irether t'I" "II their heirs t"t: are returned In yoodshape. shall not nnulv to h.rell estate owned _
No. I Overdraft Mar. 1, 1930 ______ tU.OI durlnl m.nth. .orr.olnd.with durlnN; IOlt, 86.11 Irante.. other .h.ln".nl. In.l.r and used by such Industrial
,II Jail. I, 19.10 ___-__ 28.7 H.eelpt'durlnA month .___- 1\.5 th. rec.rd. of my 01. Is true Overdraft I 12910213: iu"h parties und each of em---i.; The Superintendent of Schools will plants except the real estate uncutltul .
In during, ; monthi ____ Warr.n. month ..__ and correct to the he.t of my knowledge hereby certify the for"Kolnl the said d.r.ndalt. have a set on file for general use a* the location required' to
,i t8 during; month .--__ 66.18' Apr. 1. 1930 ______1S68.08 and belief. I also certify that .tat.ment.beginning showing; ba heirs, devices irruntees other but same will not b. given out to iumise:: : such Industrial: ; plant and the
and alt
1930 _. 158.77 the In list of nil ; at the ending;. of the claimants under contractor
,ft Feb. I. ---- Illst. No. 4 rulowlng county month herein them are nonresidents slay building and property .Ituat.dth.reon.
I nut.' .NO. .T Hal. Mar. 1, 1930 ---_-_____ 308.44Receipts depositories. obowlnl the balance In the receipt and aliove .t.led. and of of the State of Florida and The right Is reserved to accept together with such land.. as
,?. I 1. 19.10 ?.--_______ 499.8 during; month _____ 18.1 each at the th. month herein snid month. ..I.r< 1..u..1 that their residence Is unknown tcomplainant any or rejuct any or all proposalsfor may ba required for warehouses,
11 during, : month ______ Warrants during; month ____ first .tated. and the amount of durl'J of corT".Iond... I I. and that ho ban mad this work by the Hoard:, of Pubtil .torag. trackatta and shipping; facllltle -
,b. 1. 11.1 _..-________ 21.54 1.1. ul.e l No.' 41Hid. and the amount of Interest edge anti belief. I b..t also certify my that the place of residence of FlANK J'lIIMI H.Archi..t., 1.lng"d
. No. 8 Mar. 1, 1930 ___________- 800.96 paid 1 credited during; said monthby the following; In a list of all county each and has been unable ascer .u... _ _ _
id 1 I. 19.10 ...---_ ..15.59H Receipts during; month __.... 338.48 each said depository on accountof depositories, showing; the balance In tuln the same, and that they are . Tampa and D 1"1.
dm km month ,_:__ 12.23 Warrant during; month __ 973.19 current dally balances or time deposits each at the clone of the month here each believed by complainant to b. If. D. MAY. Chairman. A JOINT IIKHOM.JT1ON Propo.I"1
I ,it t" durinI,, month ___ 9.00 Apr. 1. 1930 ______135.8 in first and the amount of over years of age, and A. J. UIIIFFIM, 'An Amendment to ttct. '
.ft 1, 1930 _ __ 32.13 Ov.rdraf iiist. rBal. Wltnens mv hand this 30lh day of security .tatel. by each such de that there I II no person within the Nuperliitendeilt., Hoard of F'ubllo Article IX of the Con.ttutol of
l>l... .%o. Oin. \ Mar. 1. 1930 _10.___________ 535.17 November 1929. po.ltory. and the amount of Interest state of Florida the service of a Instruction. 7.1.&t.I.1. the State of ; ., t I toTaxation
1, 19.10; ____ ______ 70.63 H.c.lpt.during' ; month ____ 594 A. J. (ORIFFIS paid or cr.dl.d during; said month subpoena upon whom would bindhaiti and Finances Ma to
t* during month __..-__ 69.14 Warrants during; month ___ County.Superintendent. by each on accountof defendants. their heirs, devices. l.rovll., Authority for (the State of '
ins, during month _-_ 6.00 Hal. Apr. 1. 1930 .___________ 54.1 current dally balances or time grantees and other claimants undo 1.1 1IONIIVThe J'lorll l>evy and Collect In.
'l li, i, 1930 _. ________ 133.77 Illst. fin I deposits. them or either of them. h.rltan.. or Kstate Taxes Und.t.
lIn'. N0. 11 Overdraft Mar. 1. 1930 ______ 26.98, (COI'NTV stI'Itv'rI.IIiT.s310't'I'III.Y Witness my hand this list day of It further by ..aidHWUI'n Hoard of 'Public Instruction ( .rtal" Conditions.nw .
in. 1, 19.10 ______ __ ____ 479.72 Receipts during; month ______ 0.84 FINANCIAL NTATR.MKNT October 191.A. bill of .pea..lnl film i I of Hrudford County, Florida, will IT RI-1HOLVIfil I> BY TH11 fKQIS-
H during month .....__ 108.02 Warrants month ____ SCHOOL Fl.114Bradford 3. (ORIFFIS In the above entitled cause receive bhl. at the oflloe of Superintendent I.ATl'Uk' ) OF TII! tT"TI OFFI.OIUOA
,II during month -___ 22.00 Overdraft durinA, 1930 ___. 2.1 County SuperintendentCLKHK'S that the defendants Annie of 1lbl. Instruction of : _ _ _
I b. 1. laaoHint. u______ 665.7 Illst. No.8 county for the month of Oordon Mark Oordtm and HtttnueOabrlel llradford on Aug. That the t.lowlnl amendment tnflection
) No. II Hal. Mar. 1, 1930 __________ 163.1 December. 192!). lordon therein named arenunresidents 16, 1930 at 12 M. o'clock for the purchase . 11 < X of the Con.
In. I. I 1MO ________-__ 175.21 Receipts during; month _____ General School FendqOverdraft p.rl"l. $T\TRMKVr of the State of Florid of $7,000 VO nf bonds of tump-' ,stltutlon of. the 1111. of "'Ioriln re.
during month _.-_,__ 108.67 W.rranl. during; month ..__ Dec. 1. 192 ______ 161.20 t.OUNT. "VN"* and that each reside at 68 Fenway In ton sub-school district. No. 2. of hitting to be,
during month ____ 15.33 I B.I. Apr. 1. 1930 ____________ 153.1 Ier.lp' during; month __ .11,82400 the City of Huston of the State of Brad ford County Florida Buld and the same Is, hereby agreed to.
/1, 19i: (> ---. ._______ 268.65 I HUt. No. tO Warrant. month --_ 13.659,82 Monthly financial staisment of 11..aehu..UM. of the United States bonds shall be In denomination of and shall be submitted to the electors
Illnl. No, 1: Bal. Mnr. I, 1930 __ __-_ 668.7 Ov.rdr.f dUI'ln.. 1930 ______1887.02Illst. Bradford county for the month of that the said Annl M.001)' 00 each and bear date of July of the State of Florida at' the
n., 1. 1IUO ____ ..__ 10.36 Receipts during; month __-__ No. 1 July 1930 Jordan jg a widow over twenty I, 1130. with Interest at the rate of' Oeneral Kindlon to h* held on the
t., during month ______ 474.74 Warrants month .___ Hal. Dec. I. 1929 __________- 186.43Receipts General Fond I one years of sal) 6 per rent per payable on first Tuesday after the first Mon
lt., duringmonth ____ 10.25 Bal. Apr. 1 durinA. _____ _______ 67.06II.e. during month ______ 4367 Hal. July 1. 1312.78.1 Mark n'd'a ::1t OabrleOordon l the 1st day of July :the. 1st day day In November, A. O. 1930, for
'. b, 1, __.-.____?-__ 474.90 No. Warrant during; month ____ 66.86 1.t.lpt. ___ ___ 24.7 under twenty-one of Jan. .,f each year snld bondsto ratification or rejection that Is to
I :
m... >o. 13 Bal. Mar. 1, __________ 17005 hal Jan. 1, 1H30 _____ __ ___ 164.14 during; month ._ of age, that they are ct.7ler".t.d become due und payable aif follows say, that, Section 11 of Artie] IX of ,_ _ _ _
tift Jun 1, 1930 ______ 678.42 Receipts during month _____ 8S.O7 Ii..t. No. 3Hal. Hal. AUK. 1. 19230 _--.______1408.45 In the property InvolvedIn ) the Constitution. of the State of
In' durlnir, month -__-_- 174.65 Warrants month ____ 141100 Dec. 1. 1929 ________ 95733 Kino and Forfeiture F..d this lltlicatlon and that there I I. One thousand ,'oIAr. on July 1t. Florida relating tn Taxation and Finances
tits dlrl/l month ____ 6.60 Hal. Apr. durlnl. ___._u___ 6.1 Receipts during; month ____ 34007 Hal. July 1. 11130 .._____-u 970.89 no person In the State of Florldl. 13/1 and one . dollars be amended so a* to read a*
aft J''h. 1930 ______ 40.2 Illst. No. 13Bal. Warrant during month _____ 1996 Receipts during; month ____. 657.91 the service of a .. upon .r each of the years 191)6) to 1941, follows:
... No. IS Mar. 1. ________.-__ 357.79 Warrant durlnl month ___1277.44 W.rrant durin" month 'n HH6 62 whom would bind them or either Inclusive.The ) Mention II, No taxes upon Inheri
,aft Jan. 1, 1930 ._____ 68.8 Receipts 1931 month ___-___ 1.00Warrant" Nn. :3 lal. ) ____.u__962.98 of themi principal and Interest of said tam* or upon the Income of residents
i> during month _..?___ during; month ____ Overdraft Dec. 1, 1929 ______ 31260 Road ..n. The land Involved In this lit.Intation bonds payable at the olllce or citizens of this Http shall '
ntH during month -.._ tt.OO Bal. Apr. 2. 1930 ____________ 358.79 lleceopts during; month188301 Bal. July 1. 1930 _____i_. 238.25 are _a. t.low. to.wittWest of Chase National 1ank. In the city bo levied by the State of Florida, or _ _ _
aft -'.b. 1, 1930 ?-?__ 871.64 Ills*. No. 13 Warrant durlno month ___. 98.64 Recelottt durlnsmonth __n half of quarterof of New York. unite N.w York. under It* authority, and there shall
II.V.- < ... Ill Overdraft Mar. 1. 1930 _____ 479.78 Hal. Jan. _________. .17.8 Warrants durin-i month __ Northeast quarter of Suction All 1 bids 1 are to be accompanied by ba exempt from taxation to the head _ _ _
I. I. 19 JO ------_ .____' 179 63durlnir Receipts during; month 84.10 Illst. N. 4 llal. Aug. :i1Zlii 238.1; 23, Township 7 South Range; 21 cash or certified check for 6 per cent of the family residing; In this State, _ _ _
a month -___ 113.00 during; month Hal. Dec. 1. 1929 ?____ ___ 260.01 .F.---- JOustt North half of Northwest nf amount bid. Hoard reserves right household goods and personal ef
,IH during month ___ 9.00 .Warrantl Overdraft Apr. 1, 1930 -__ 895.68 during month ____n 39.84 Hal. July I. 1930 ,-' _____ :0.8 quarter and Southeast quarter of 10 reject any or all bids. feels to the value of five hundred ,
ib. 1. 1930 _________ 283.63 Illst. No. 15 Warrant durh'l month __ __ ,48 Receipts during; month ___- Northwest quarter and fractional It. I>. MAT ($600.00)) Iidllara, provided, however,
DIM. No. ITift Overdraft Mar. 1, 1930 $43.22 Bui Jan. 1, 190: ________h_ 199.37 Warrants durlnl m"ntl 6___ 6000 Southwest quarter of .c. A. .T. IIU'FtH. Chairman that the Legislature may provide for
a, Jan. 1,' 1930 ?_-__ 112.71 during; month ._____ 3.77 .Nn. O Ha. .I. A\o. .______ 180.32 2H, Township 7, South Rung H 7lft6tl6.I the assessment, levying and collec
I during month __* 17.115In n.eept.Warrants during; month _-.a- Overdraft Dec. I. 1929 ______ 48207 <.<*.... Food 22 Mast, except th.r.trum Lot tion of a tax upon Inheritances, of
lit during month _. Overdraft Apr. 1, 1930 13.3 Receipts during; month .___ 34787 Bal. July I. 1930 .. ___.____ 84296Itecelpta 3 lying and being; In Uradford, for the levying; of Estate tax s, not .,
(at,ft Feb. 1. .930 -,- 4.76 Illst. No. 14 Warrants durinI month ___ 14251 during; month __.___ 23.09 county, State of Florida-------- AI"'IU''no' Foil exceeding; In the auKresrnte the
l>l.t. Mo. IH Bal. Mar. I. 1930 160.60 Ov.rdraf n.. 1930 ____--. 278.7'' Warrant. durin" month> ____ and that cotl.l.lnant seek, In salt TAX UIEIN.U. amount which may by any lair of
a I Jun. 1, 1930 -_,-105.7 Receipts during; month ____ 4.48 Illst. N. TItnl. Hal. Auir. ( _______ (66.06 suit to mortgage l.n the United States bo allowed to be
i during month ____ ? Warrant month Her. 1, 11)21)itecelpts _4.%l.PH Widow's Pensloa thereon. .. given, that M. V. credited against; or deducted from ,
lullliar!. durinI month ____ 44.11 Ha. Apr. durinI. _.... .- "5.0. during; month u___ Bal. July 1. 1930 --.c...., 91.1 It I I. th.r.tor ordered that the Wiggins, h.r.b" tax certificateNo. any similar tax upon Inheritances,
rt 1930 i-1487.44 1)1st. N. ITflal. Warrants durlnM; month __ Receipt during; monthJ,,. said . above named aad Ten, 4lh lay of July A. D, 1927, or taxes on estates assessed or lev
Tr ''by l certify that the for. o- Mar. 1, 131: -- 88.88| Slid Jan. 130 ______n___ 49.8 Warrants durlnl month _____ each of them ami their heirs, devices has filed said certificate In my clltce led by the United States on the same I.
lite eincnt ihowlnir balances at month ____ 9.17 IJ.C. No. 8 llal. Aua- ---F.1.000.9Oal. grantees or other claimant. and made application for tax deedto subject, but the power of the Legislature ,
itt inning, and at the ending of Warrants n.c"lptt month Bnl. Dec. 1. ______n____ 92.55 Asjrlrnltiiral under them and each of them, be h.u. thereon In accordance with to levy such Inheritance -
iitated, and "urllM month ______ 87.06 July 1. 1930 ____ _. and they are hereby to law, lax
I "Ih' herein above Overdraft 1930 -,_- 8.7 Receipts during; U1UH..lpt. required appear Said certificate embraces the 05. or Estate Taxes In this State,
r r erplpts and warrants leBued Illst.-No. 18 Warrant during; month n__ 165.00 .during month ...__ 1.7' to the bill of complaint filed 1 tol.wlnA described property situat shall exist only long and
aid month corre"pond. with Overdraft Mar. 1, 1930 ____-_? 751.39ReceiptS Overdrat Jan. 1, 1930 ______ 35.39 Warranl. durlnl mon'h' .-_. in the above entitled cause on or : Iradru.d County Florida. to- the time, H so similar a*tax, Is during en-
rtU of my office, and true during; month ___ 238.04 nist. NO.Hal. U lal. Au*. t .n. 110.92 before Monday the 1st day of Hep will forced by the United States
..rrIc act to the bent of my knowl- during month _, &28 D.. I. 1929 ___________ 30.6 Bolldln Fan t"mbe' A. L>. 1930, In the above entitled J.ot. < Hlock IA, New River In East Florida Inheritances Instates against and
? or
d belief. I also certify that \V.rrant. 1, 1930 Warrant during; month Hal. July I. 1930 _. _.,?_h_ 381.8 cause otherwise the allegra of Northeast quarter Hectlori 23 shall
Apr. hal only be
Is a list of all county Overdraf certify that -the lU.9 Bol. Jan. 1. 1930 -_-- _-_===: 70.83 l.r.I1t. during; month -.____ 1.79 lions of said bill of complaint will West holt of Northwest quarter to the: extent exercised of or enforced
liar.wlnl the balance In I II hereby balance at. iiist. NO. 10 W.rranl. during; 'month ____ b l e taken as confessed by said de Section 24 Township six (6) South, absorbing; the
rl. statement amount of
lit It t the I close of the month here- i Ing' .howlnl* of Hal. Dec. I. 1929 ________ __n 85.1 n.|. Aug 1. 1930 __ -----_?_,. 402.38 t.ndant. anti each of them and their linnira Twenty (2U) East.The which be any deduction or the credit
the may permitted laws
'4 Mated, and the amount of b"llnnlng endlnl the Receipts during month ___ _ I hereby certify that the foregoing heirs devices, Kraiitee or other assessinent' of the United States by
'1 furnlHhed by each such de- the and .warrant.tat.d.. ".nd Warrants month __ _ 200.02 statement, showing; balance at the claimants under them and each of under the said Itf.'I: was now existing or
and the amount of Interest receipt month. durinA Bal. Jan. durlnl, ______ ___ h"llnnlnl of .nd at the ending; of 'them.It In the name of Jel.e .. enacted to b* claimed by ,,
said 41.7
corr..ponl. reason thereof deduction
herein above a* a or
monthaaid and I I" further ordered that thuorder .
said 11Bal. .tat.d. Unless
?credited during of offiCS. Is true andcorrect No said certificate shall he re.
records credit
depository on accountIt to my the best of my knowl-I Dec. 1. IIN. ____________ JJReceipts ?. of the receipts and warrant Untied ba published one a week for deemed according to law tax deed tax of against the United suoh similar I
during said States
ret dally balances or time dens edge and belief. I also c.rlry that i during; month _____ !11.87 the.rd.. of month m ofllce.corresponds and t* with true Four con..culve week In the Bradford will I..u. th.r..1 on the 18th day of applicable tn Florida, In* t
._ .
the a list of nty Warrant during; month and a newspaper AUMu.t. A. herltances instates.
correct to best of knowledge 190. or The Legiso
'If7, my hand this 3 day of tolowlnK. .howlnl. the balance Ineach Hal. Jan. I. 1930 _No.____13Hal. Un_ 176.2 and belief. I also certify my that cuunlf prior to said. let County day 01/ 1930. this 1t" day of .uly. A. E>, lature may provide for the appro
month herein
at the I1.e. the I I. list of all tit all
19'A. a county prlatton taxes collected under
.27 tolowln. !>.. 1930. '
J. ORIFFIS. of Dec 1. 1 ft. W.
stated and the amount --------- -- 1J1 the t ; AI-nEIlMAN thIs
first balance In ArtlrJo to such State
County Superintendent. security furnished by each such depository I Receipt during month ______ .62 ; each at the close l of"' month herein: i Lion ordered at Htarke, Florda CI.rk of Circuit (Couit Municipal or Educational County,
_ ,, thl of purpose _ _ _
and the amount of Interest Warrant month _ a'5-4' first stated and of day July A. II.. llradford County, Florida.
rvSTI "I PI-15I4T1"t1)E4T'" paid or .credited during; said month Hal. Jan. 1 durlnK, 130 ___ _________ 10.3 furnished by *each amount such depository *ecurlty - 1910. 0. W. 1.1..1. as It may deem advisable _ _ _
UTATB by each said depository I on accountof N. 13 and the amount of Interest
II\ FIM\NCII- tie.pocita. Overdraft Dec. \, 1112 .. 465.22 (tEAL) Clerk CI..ult Court A JOINT nRHOI.UTION
balances or tlm ---- i'aid or credited durlnir aid month Proposing;
vrv SCHOOL' .:II current. dally Receipts during; month ___ ___ 64.46 by' each said depository on account 1. ? H.'V, KNJJU'r. wo-rim An Amsn.l.sI I,. A .dI.. ,V .0 _ _

I Witness my hand this 31 day of Warrant during; month ____ 147.65 of current dally balance* or time de -. Htark Florida the Constitution of the State nf 4
Ifilay ird the month of March 1930. lov.rdrar Jan. 1. 193O ____n o7 ..42Illst. Solicitor for- Complainant. Notice Is hereby given to all persons Florida by Adding; Thereto an Ad .
: A. 3. ORIFFIS. I No. IS Witness hand this lit day ofIigust 8.1-tt.-20. havlnaclaim* of any kind or dltlonal Section tn He Known a* ,
ayl ? .
',.. FeedS I County.Superintendent i Overdraft Dec. 1. 12 ----- J? -TTItnrelptK 1' .1 nature against the flradford County i "Hoctlon 13" Relating; to the Tax .
l>I 1 I. 11130 --_ -319.2 I during; _ 59.41 0 W. AM.EnMAN. \ lank of Ulurke, Florldit, that unless ration of Motor Vehicles, ,'
"II'nit i during month _____ Warrant durlnJ month .- 637.88 CI.rl of the O''ICI such claims are presented the I UK IT riiiHoivi.r: nr TIIM TROIS-
< during monthS168.. 3 I"ol.OF FOR Overdraft 198 ______ 685.24 Hrsdford county Liquidator of said, Hank within 12 I.ATUItM OF TUB STATE OF
Maifeti r. l, 19.10: _._6767.48 TAX APII.IC.-TIO' Illst. No. !. Blanch .ld.rman. D. C. In Circuit Cour.: Twenty-Sixth Judlclul numbs from the date of this notice, : FLORIDA I -
nut. NO. i IEEI Tlal. Dec. 1. III _________ __ 4 3.86 Circa, ford County same will be f ever barred under i That the following; amendment to>
I 1, 1930 _._,_._.._- 166 05i 1..lpt. .month ___u_ 11.01 .NOTICK OF APPMCtYION FOIl Htate of Florida. In Chancery. the provision of Chapter 7935. lAW. Article IX of the Constitution of the
! mti C during month ___ 1.10 Knight holder of tax Jan. 130 __--h_ 1'.6 Complainant., You will present all claim to the lion and Finance, by adding there
Jar I, l, 1930 ____ 176. sixth day of ; . No. IT ... und.r.l.ned Liquidator at Stark to an additional section to b known
21.21 _ _ _
certificate In my offlco ______ 20.42 Notice I I. hereby givn.that n. n. data ftf.
.u... No. has tl.d said Pal. Dec. 1. 1529 u Davis Florida. a* "Bectlon 13" providing for the t
'ohti I. 1930 ._: and application for tax deed Receipt during; month ____ 85.62 Andrew, holder of Tax CertificateNo. Defendant. JOB. K. manner of taxation of '
i durlnir month- _____i48.3 to 1..1. thereon In accordance with Warrants durinI month __._ 1611.75 18, sixth day of August A. II. It appearing;dhnan a appended Liquidator, Bradford WtLON. hicles, be and the name I is hereby ve ,
u during month _, 492.67 law certificateembrace* the Overdraft . 1930 ...____ 11.7 1928, has filed said certificate In my the bill I abovestatedrauso Hlarke. I agreed to and shall be submitted
Marag -1201.90 described property situat Illst. .. I office and made application for tax that Cleta M. Davis, the Stark. Florida. "Iorld. the qualified to _ _
I 1, 1930 .______ tolawlnl ; July 10, elector* of the State of
in.t. v*. a county Florida to. Bal. Dec. 1, 1939 _______ .nI9.4} ? deed to Issue thereon In accordancewith therein named I. 0..1't..dant 7-11-01.9.5. Florida tnt ratification or relserin.. ,,
Mi J, 1930 _____._1581.46 : wit: He".lptl during; month JJM2 law. sail Certificate .embraces dent of the State of .Iorlda. and I at the Oeneral Klectlon to he 'held 'II
tin i'd during; month _____ 434.06 East half of Southwest quarter ofNorthwest Warrant durlnl month ---- the folowlnl described property sit !Is a resident_ ot.74_ N"vJ on tha first Tuesday after the first
I" month .__.3473.57 quarter West of Overdraft 1930 -----_1101.71 fradtord county n.rlda t'cean J'Irk. an. l* overthe : NOrUE ..LI'IO. I Monday In November A. 1), 1 .10.
ft "rlnl. 1830 _____ 458.05 Southeast quarter of Northwest I hereby certify that the foregoing ; to-wlt: age .; It I I.therefore I. I that I Is lo say, there shall be addJI
I>IM. No. 4 quarter. section Township Six statement .howlnl balances at Northeast quarter of Rovthwe.t ordered that said non.r..I. WJFJJAf.' The I.enl.lftture of to Article IX of the Constltutlun of
.'Pb,i mao _____ __ South Hangs 22 East forty acres. the b.Klnnlnl ending of quarter except 1 acre In Northwest dent-defendant be and she I I. hereby Constitution of HIS, :I the State of Florida relating to tax ,
MlUtt 'I'" _n__ 199.3month The assessment of said property the above tate, and of corner for school. Section 27 Township required to appear to t.h. bil of of the State of Florida did pas four I atlon and finance, an additional
109,1I the said certificate Issued was and warrant. Issued 8 South Rana-e, 20 Bast complaint' for filed i Joint I sec
i durlnir m under the receipt ', dlvorr. Resolution amend tion to be known as "Hectlon 13" of
I'' durlns\ no\\h91 In the name of Mark and Ollreath. said month corresponds with' acre*. cause on or h.ror. ".nday. the 1st ment to the propn.lnl of the I said Article which shall read fol
'Ma", \I. 1930 _____ : Unless said certificate shall b.redeemed -I durinI th. of my cine.. and I I. true The. assessment of said property i day of September, A. D. State of Florida, and. the same wore I lows: a*
a08.4 to law, tax deed best of knowledge under the certificate I Issued was wise the of
.Ud.l \o. ac.ordlng and correct to the my allegation UOblrllari agreed to by vote of Meet Inn 13. Motor Vehicles,
C a*
fl t 1, 19JO ____. 16S.77 will Issue th.reon on the 15th da, and belief. I also certify that In the name .Wallace Nedd. b* tsken a* confessed b of all the member .Ie<. to enchlouse I property, shelf be subject to only
'IF.b. I>. 1930. list of all county Unless said certificate shall b* r.- ,
of September A. the following; I I. a Indant ; that the vnte on said Joint one form of taxation which shall boa
ant.lurlnir month 19.76 Dated this 9th day of Augu.t. A. d.po.ltorle.showing the balance In deemed .cordlRI law tax deed ..ordered that this order U."h.'h.n. were ontered theiresuei'tlvo I license tax for the operation of
; month 82.9 of the month here will th.r. on the 8th day of bo a week for upon _ _ _
'rag"f MAT. | 1930 ____ Dl3. each th.elo. puhl.h.. on. Journals, with the yeas such motor vehicles, which license
IOo6 O. W. and the amount of 1 Sept. A. D. 130. Fuur weeks In the arid,
8)1..t.: ALDERlIAN. In first stated O".ufv. nay thereon, and they did de- tax shall be In such amount and 1ev- _
Pa"II 1930! .No. T Clerk of security furnished hy each such depository r Dated thl liii day u( Aug. A.. D. I O i Telegraph, a nws- ---------- 6t.2 I I15iI1. of Interest 1930. paper published In said andHtatC. Joint
,'' durlnir month ford County. 'Iorld. and the amount ""vV.ClerW County Resolution .. submitted to tur may, by law, provide, ami shall
1.7 .- uald or credited during said monthby I O. A1D8MAN the electors of the Htate at the llen- be In lieu of all ad valorem taxes .
during as.sessabl _
month' 1.1 on accountof Circuit Court, Bradford This July 28th. 1920. ..
11. I each said depository In against
'r 1. I1JO er' I..II.n Nnv.rnbe" 1930 motor vehicles a* _ _ _
65.1 current dally balanceS or tlmodo- County Flurlda O. W. ALDERMAN, ) ': K. personal property
l J... X n. 8 (' t'PEHINTKNOKNT'"! 8-t-t-6. (SEAL) Clerk Circuit Court. (JIIAT I I"tal..
fl, P positS. Heeretary of of t _ _
I. 1930 3'.U iioVrHl.r FIN \l'l tl TTK- : Witness hand thl. day of K. *r. Htarke Fla. Stat. of :
lit- : my I JOINR. do |
Ins month _. 1.1'I MBNT OF'oot. ri.NO : 1929. spicr.i)1iuTPi4 Complaint. Ice that 'Ilda. give The votes east In compliance with

Irilp. .1 I.n "I, month ____ D.cemb.r. A. J. aRIrJrI8i ..A..JH.r.h )OIC 0' .lclor .KKIIAI.. KLKCTION said proposed amendments, and th* _
______ canvass, declarations
118U month of County b hcM In and return .
o. the earn,
: County for''T. county In Flnr-
., lIa* 5., Iradtorc wil thereof, shall h* subjected to the _ _ _
i \ -0 .________. 131.77 199.G..r.1 notice I I. given that under NOTICE OS" KI.KCTIOV: : first. on Tuenday next succeeding the sat,,,. regulations and restriction a*
'a""ant Ing; month ____ 2".38 Sekool F.a.__. PF.RINTKinKNT' and by virtue of that certain final Monda. In Navember. A. I)., are provided bv law for| general

lf trlng; month ____ 900 flat. Nov. .. 1\9 ___ .__._ 47.1 10'Tnl.Y FINANCIAL IT-TI., derre of foreclosure mad by the P.y the power vested In them the tUf. li. I Tuewlay being the eluctlon* In the State of Florida _ _
19.10 ____n__ 13.J Kecp. _I.AUT.S 1.:1 OF' rtu.I' Judaof the Twenty-sixth Judicial Board of I'ublle Instruction of Krad for the ratification. NWVKnilKII IN TKMT1MONY WIIKHK. 1ole. -'
Pu* 'n..... .. Ie Warrants during; month .170..3 Circuit In and) for Bradford County ford County', Florida hereby the said Joint or ,r.j..Uon of I have hereunto set
: 11,1 I. 11130 --- ---___E66.74 Nov.m.-- 11.3 I' For Bradford County for the Florida, In Chancery on the let .dAlvar. an . to b* h.ldu.. 16, eal.! mendments to the a proposing my band and affixed
I In*; month _____ 15.00 II.e. :.I month of (,ctob.r. It29 of July. A. D. 1930 In favor of J. W. at Ifoatdrain School house, ub- the Mtare' of Florida,Constitution of the Oreat Heal of tho
'r during; month ___ 12.00 BaL Nov. 1. 19* -Hn- 11.4 I fioooral "efcool Foa4; .. and] aralnal A. K. school district No, 17. to determine A JOINT RESOLUTION via: SEAt Hlate of Florida at Tal.

TSNl r I' mo .--- 568.71 Receipt during; month month' -___ 11.00 'nal. Oct. 1. 1939 __ _-.___ ___2l0.1 al.. defendant.. the undersigned' whether or Dot lloatdraln *ub* An Amendment to Section Proposing 4 of'ArMrle lahassee. the Capital 1.1_______ _
: ..: Warrants during .Ut 10 Special will offer for sal district this
1. . 1"." H-celpts.during month a* .I..ter. school No. 17 shall conaolIdot IX of the Constitution the twenty-third
dl. Hal. D.e 1. 199 month ,7807.95 In front of the court nouiia. door In sub-school district of the day of July A. D. I
Mi I rlU10 --------- U'.5 Warrants durin. -- wlb alar. State of Rolatlna- 1130. '

ran*!L diirlns;month month._-'__ 11.1 11.11 Bal N o.. 1. In) .__.__:u_.___ ...I I I fa Nov. _ _-------1l73.1. ,,I HLark*. Florldit en the 4th of Aug. elect t h. UI,: IT l'l.rld., liY THE to LKUIU-Ponds .-i-13t-l0-$4. Secretary K"RAT of mat, .

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Bradford County sides two foot of strip the present of concrete sixteen on both toot cent states of levying the an collected inheritance tax, ---and the Worst Yet to Come

i From Other Pens I road. It was originally plannedto and passage of taut. amendment

Established 1877 widen the road to forty feet, would mean between three and .. . .. .. .

but Inability to secure a right of four million dollars a year to the

Published- i Weekly i on Fridays and En'teed as Starke- Is yelling for a lower way without great expense caused state of Florida that is now goingto =
light rate. Where there this plan to be abandoned. Well, the federal government. -
1 Matter at the Post Office at Starke, light there shall always be a the relief planned will help someone We are not very rough on Inheritance - _
bit taxes but if the federal government "< -s J
of the most dangerous ,
I E. S. Matthews, _______________..:____ Owner .--Lake----City-- 0-Reporter. of highway In the state.-Tallahassee is going to .;handle',the =

: J. C. Robinson ____________---_________ The Gainesville News says Rep- Dally 'Democrat matter of self-protection" adopt
.. the amendment and get what
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+ ;11t -- ----- --- Green la the moat pop- mo state.' =- -
7 / SUBSCRIPTION RATE congressman with the masse Somehow, we are Inclined to be- rightfully The fourthpropoted'belongs to our amend- -

his constituents. Lake City Ilever that tbe coming,Florida legIslature -
75c-Payable In '
Six Months
$1.50 ; motor
Yearly, ; ment would subject ve-
la going to be all right. A
Advertising Rates on Application '' hicles, as property, to only one .
0-- perusal of the names of the men
form of taxation, which shall be a
i B I --- ------ -- West nominated for both the house and
(, +yia Key hag more lodges and license tax for the operation of ,'e\
Vacation days are about over.. than any city of its size senate gives one this Impression. such motor vehicles, the license
L,1 We also think that the days of
earth.-Starke Peo-
0 tax to be In such .amount and levied
down there must be "Joiners." foolishness frolicsomeness and
for such the legis-
I;g, .'. Florida is among the states singing in the More Haven Democrat.o frivolity are going to give way to lature may provIde.purpose as
those ot sound common sense. Our
I 0- At first glance automobile owners -
poet ought to make good in state needs some thinking men In told that oiily' tax "
being one '
: drouth to be settling the and its -- rrruuun
The seems charge of Its future, present
at this time. Heat and would be paid on their car, wouldbe
the l tion. rhyme nicely.-Tlmes-Un- difficulties; and we think that Inclined to support 'this 'amend
i *t feel' t l 0---- He'd never survive publlca the orgy of the late boom days ment. However, unless the legis-
both business -
are getting behind us in
of a poem on heat In Kan- lature puts the license tax high
heatdisa All quiet on the western front-of Tom and politics. Let us hope so,
enough, and then gives back a portion -
> at the least. Perry Herald.
, 91' tool ,! courses. ---0 :- of it to the various county,
ni Fish might be brain food, but --0-- -- district school and'' municipal

{, 0 does not require much brain The }yrs of the IVopleDeLund funds the tax lost by these funds

( The most unpopular tag day is the last day catch them. Times-Union ( Sun-News..) on the automobile will have: to be
!I- auto shortllner should rise up and The next! session of the Florida made up on other forms of prop-

; : tag. If you're a fisherman.o leglsJaturo}', wit] ,be, watched. close ert;. Wa really 'see no valid rea-
i r! o---- -- ly by an Interested and somewhat son why the automobile should be

+ 1 ; Florida papers are advising residents to get "Jack" Robinson in Starke determined public. The member taken out of the same class as oth-
' ilwl : "Spray your house of that body who does not make a er personal property.IlKGIHTRATIOV.
that the tourists. as well as your ramblers." sincere effort! to do the right thing
th. --
r? -o-- mean, "ramblers" any- by his constituents will be doomed. -
Jack?Leesburg Commer- Even tbe smooth game of ; NOTICE
t Counting yourself, there are only r
{ "They" originated In Fort politics will not help him; It can -

f' this country. not be played successfully in his The registration books of:Bradford t _I rte,

.. .'. -0 -.0- interest. county will be open at the offIce -
, : Putnam county lops 15 per cent Tho Sun-News believes some of supervisor of registrationfrom
Along with hoping for the best, work a little I
teachers' salaries because of good work will be done for Floridaby the first Monday In August,

the best to better. In valuations in that its representatives In both 1930 until Saturday, October 11, -

tet o Bradford County Tele- houses, not because members will 1930, for the registration of electors THAT LITTLE TOWN line West of of Southeast Railway track on,

There'll always be de- be afraid of rebuke, but rather for the general election in No- went quarter & run SouihV
it it Schools may be expensive in dollars but they in valuation In such coun- because they see the need ot: vember, office hours from 9 o'clocka. I may wander ,far and wide; with Hallway variations 345 ft., then..
on same
660 tt_
frh from the benefits derived. .-Miami Beach Sun. wholesome law enactment, and 'm. until 5 o'clock p.'.in. The And In different places stay, North at right/ angle lo Nur
certain laws that But I will always remember with of said 40; theme Eust!: on ,
ao -oBachelors' -- the reapeal of books will be opened In the variousprecincts M
to of
point beginning' In Sod,
h + i Larger counties of the state are reducing should be classed as are now a detriment to the state. from Monday, September pride.: Township 5 South Hang !n!
,'tterrmirat and so taxed says' one ,0- 1st, 1930, until Saturday, 'That little town far away containing 5 acre, more or)It,
the small ones, are raising theirs. authority. The-suggestion ,The laws,of Florida provide that October llth, from 9 o'clock a. m. under The the naiHraent Bald certificate of mid I ten pr,

o passed on to our legislative the tax,books. / shall close April 1st until 7 o'clock p, m., ., No person I have been to towns with build-. ,I In the name of W. K Knight
11 Kissimmee Gazette thinks the term .:- Starke Telegraph; of each ;year, and that on or before' will be allowed, to register at any ings so, high according cerUllo.t..hredemed to law, U,
1b will never have a legislator the first Monday in July the tax other time than during the period That they seem to reach'up and will ..iHBiie thereon on the It\.
north should be changed to "simmering." nerve enough to try to put a collector shall make settlementwith herein provided for the opening of touch the sky,' 'nt of, Dated September.this 15th A. 1930 of,Aurj

i O on single girls.-Tallahassee the county commissioners. said books for registration of elec Yet to me that little town with D. 1980., ;.
t comment News. This law.,violated, every year tors. the buildings so small and old (Seal /n. W. ALDEIUI
Headline referred to "Jiggs" for : ) circuit
: -o- i with practically all of the tax collectors H.: C. WALL. Is a city of gold. tI 'BradfordkCou PI.
at bit girl after five days of observation is O. K." I By' BLANCHE ALDER
Florida's unmatchlesa four In of the state with the sanction Supervisor of Registration. 81561913.ATTKXTIOX.
yrrK a 0 &-Green, Owen, Drane at Tallahassee. The official 8-8-21-8-16. I When my: heart is sad and low.. ,
States suffering from the drouth should not Yon. No state In the' Union Violation of this law makes Invalid I'll always turn to go
more political strength. The the tax sale and the big land Where the skies are so blue, Jl'MOHW0011MKN
er, even if he did promise to make the country who runs against Drane in owner knows it; consequently, :NOTICE TO BUS DRIVERS And there love is true to, that : MUlJ
o second district Is going to the they refuse to pay their taxes little town far away.

n Times stdut ladies have changed just like Catts and the knowing full well that the state The board of public Instructionof Dedicated to Starke only, and There will be a Jun'orl'!
K(WhinsiTB ', "hi \ Quincy says who ran agalnat Mrs. Owen cannot enforce its tax lien and Bradford County, Florida, will written by Vera May Hoffman of men meeting Tuesday traJiJ
i *snd"'*+' saying to "There is a destiny that ends our shapes. Lake,City Reporter give a good deed to the purchaser. receive bids on bus route knownas Marietta. Oa, 204 Lawrence st. gust 19th In the Woodiatj

o ----o- When everybody pays their tax New River Route until noon on 4 o'clock.All .

ttJer i for husband to have Valdosta Times tells this little and expense of government de- Saturday, Aug. 16, 1930. NOTICR] OP APPLICATION officers and team
It's bad enough a a
about turning: "Two men creases our ,..tate and countieswill This robte will begin at D. W. 1"01'AX ntCBU please be on' time as there'I
canovi1 when the wife uses it to beat him up, it's going a standing on Valdosta street. have money to meet all obligations. Kelly's place run by New special work, also rlaltan/ / !lu>'
Notice Is hereby given that H. R
o names were Wood and .-Jagp r News. RIver so as to Include Sapp's thento Schroeder, holder of Tax CertificateNo. afternoon.
Lester John's place Vanderbilt 118 the Hth day of AUK, A. 1>.
A pretty girl with a short aI -,
4 Plant City: rigidly enforces the law regarding 'tIT" 1928, has flied Bald certificate In my
on passed by. Wood turned I Those ('(>n tt I tjrt loruvl Amendment and Rising school, follow the office and made application for tax Pensacola Dr. Pepper\ ]
In'udloli C of all animals before. butchering and the meat .c"i Stone and Stone turned to ; (Madlsoo"Enterprllie-Recorder,, !) ,I loop by McRae's and Edwards'and deed to issue thereon in accordance tling Company, Inc.cagUallt
with law Said certificate
t. olt + to markets. and then they both turned Tho first of these proposed Into town. following described property situated 20000. granted papers ol !
o rubber, and the girl turned into amendments would require that a A. J. Orlffls, to-wit In Bradford County. Florida, poration to engage In manufij
dv drug store.' majority of freeholders who are 8-8-2t. Secretary. of cold drinks.
.. .
Five <.r..M fom at a point 100(){) ft
4 History does not record champion tree sitters qualified electors shall particIpateIn ...;;- ..... .., -
-- ... ::-: ;; ....;;;... - - - - -. -...-..-.
nap] ''J time, but something must have turned his mind Anti-Tobacco League says can- an election, and a majority of -

use the i i tion of evolution. will not eat anyone who those participating shall be favor .
rtndanl.llfori tobacco. That could be con- able to the issue,. before a county,
eat; o as a tip for missionaries. district or municipality can Issue
I' 4s Favya
Judging from our prisons, it would not County Telegraph. And bonds. ,

r-one. I white person has the right to criticise the Indian far as we are concerned its a We ,don't. really think ,there Is
tea for us to continue using the so much. peed!-or., this amendmentnow
e and rte punishing thieves. weed." for we do not after,;somauYot our counties -

i o I I to be either a missionary or districts and municipalities

see Washington moonshiner who said he had his .-Jasper News. have become involved, but If some-
o thln :.llk' this, had been in forcea
tztrd.r still so he would stay. out of mischief should be Not many Florldlana know that ,I. tew yea,";. ..H.t1; re.would not i

it something original. !! of the Graham-Paige, b80'< rluch) embarrassment now,

for Jour* *. -o- are built at Perry, where It ia our,Ideation! 1to,, support the ,
i company owns a big mill- amendment _
1 1I There are sixty-nine good reasons and Telegraph. The company)I The next proposed amendment a//

1I 1 proposed soldiers home in Florida and there are the advantage of bringing its would exempt from all taxationfor .

counties in the state. to the supply of raw mater. a period of fifteen years from n.

:; J: The same thing happened leglnnlngjpf operation all IndustrIal -
, o the paper mill located at plants which shall be established -
Mexican actress was injured when she City. Tallahassee State In this state on or after

'uly let, 1929, engaged primarily
fight a bull in a ring at Monterey. This vocation
-0- during said period In the manufacture eyy .owe.ers
and congressmen.
bullfighters Rather than Increase the rate of steel vessels, automobile a..

.4t o first class mall to make up the tires, fabrics and textiles, wood

Exchange says an American's first question '\' existing in the pod omee pulp, paper paper bags fiberboard
the increase should > automobiles automobile
with in the next world Is the
sented golden harp
a the ad
P put on tons of catalog tarts, aircraft aircraft parts, glass
cash payment and monthly terms.o matter and on parcel and crockery manufacturers and

matter.-Starke Telegraph. the refining of sugar and oils, and
..eK the dull days of summer' this Including by-products or derivatives -
of City have been '
u a good thing to write to your incident the manufactureof

h the municipality, half of their salaries to be paid and senators about, any of ,tile above, products.

the other half to be used in paying their taxes. State News We 'YIIJ) pot support this amend-
-o= ment, even though we would like
IoNo fI E. D. Lambright, editor of the as' much as anyone else to see
Wet candidates for office in states shown to Morning Tribune, wishes these Industrial plants here. We THE FUNCTIONS 'OF A BANK

tnwtad wet by. the Literary Digest poll have about world to know that In per- believe that they should come
of population Increase just like anyone else and see no
poll was a joke on wet politicians and the Digest.
ao tie S'.e. comes second to Call' reason why their property shouldbe r .
0- only. Florida's percentage exempt from all taxtalon at Modern banking ia more than the mere 'mechanical

4 I'p. The proposal to stop all road work for a gain Is three times that of the the same time that the propertyof work of balancing books, clearing checks and bookkeep.
I states thus far enumerated. the farmer, engaged In just as ,,
will not meet with the approval and support ing.
)It.u one that lost money In the necessary an enterprise or more
? tors from counties where little road work has slump hundreds will make o. Is heavily taxed.

0 { o fortunes in years to com. Besides this, we cannot tell It consist of service to the community, friendly advice -

: Another step toward completion of the (N. C.) Times. what will happen In fifteen years to customers and the safeguarding of the finances!
fte f -=e-i--i and It may be that a great oil Industry of a community.This .
- i latka highway was taken this week when contract Is easy to keep a town clean will be thriving In Florida

es. ; ed for surfacing that part from Lake City to the 'and attractive, and It within that time. Some say oil is bank is attempting to perform all of these..func-
x rd so little. Go after every here while others say not so. But
line. tions! in the safest
and bit of rubbish about and most efficient
eta your It the amendment, passes these manner passible.If .
d; 04 and get them on the oil refineries will go without any
k, Federal farm board is financing tobacco heap at once. It pays hand tax for fifteen years or not later you are not already taking advantage of the fa-

lJ to have civic pride in your than 1948. dUties of this bank, we invite you to accountor
Carolina while those of Georgia, Virginia and .open an
and premises. You like to The third proposed amendment to use any other of
lina are having to sell their tobacco at a']loss. The In a store where everything would pro/tde'tor an Inheritancetax our many banking services.

(vrtatyl comes in.growers of South Carolina being clean and orderly On the'oth- la: this state only so long as
hand you shun stores ttfat are the federal government levies such

thin 5 0 I unkempt and disorderly. a tax and 'rebate to states levy-
lp. Grade and high schools should receive I and strangers to a town Inc an Inheritance tax a portionof Bank of StarkeA

from the state than at present, even if should just the very same thing when the amount. The amendment \
11 come along.-Perry Herald.Q .o worded"that It will not be an
appropriation to our state colleges. Too many
--+ i additional tax at all. but simply ROLL OF
4 i have to start life on what they secure from the According to the Florida Tlm s- that the large part of what we HONOR BANK f

their home town, and it is unfair to them when : the state road department have been paying to the federal : MATTHEWS PresidentA R. J. DAVIS; Cashier
begin work at once to widen government ,will stay her for
funds permit only a few months of schooling each
road No. 1 between Bald- state purpose. At present tile

ABM poorly paid instructors. and Jacksonville by laying a federal government rebates 80 per

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