Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: August 22, 1930
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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OIXHE FIFTY'THBIEB" HTARKB. FLORIDA WUDAY, AUGUST 23. :JOSO NU1\lBEI\TFJN
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PRESS REFRIGERATION .i Boxing Bouts Fatal Crash '



a F SERVICE TO BE EXTENDED Urges Farmers to Plant All : Growing-Popular LOCAL nUHINESHCOSDlTlOSS Near Hampton


Fontyth Win by Knockout Over. Spending on Curve Last ThonwlayFatal

;.k* Ilrnny llraton .'" to Two Atlanta Sinters; ri
1r Kinds of Truck That local business conditions One Killed Instantly

Markets Will Be Available and, Service Extended to West Bouts staged In the local armory are showing improvement -

Florida Berry Growers. under the auspices of the is shown by the fact Misses Alice Johnson 23. of At.

National Guard and sponsored byJ. that out-of-town o hacks lanta; was Instantly killed and-her

-- Nathan agricul C, Prevatt are proving very pop- handled through the Bank of sister Norma.. Lee 21, died two
Mayo state commissioner of
plans for the movement of Flor part of the rail executives at the Starke during the first fifteen
ular here. These weekly (events hours later In the Alachua County
ida's strawberry crop and exten- meeting.The ture is advising farmers to plant all types of pro- are meeting a need long felt by days in August were hospital following an automobile 5

Ion of the service to Include manyeW session was attended by duce for fall, winter and spring marketing, since' local fight fans,'and are being well somewhat' in excess of those accident hear Hampton last Thurs-
and other privileges representatlbes of the railroads handled first fit-
markets during the
crops in most.states will be small because of the patronized by enthusiasts from day.afternoon. The car was driv-
r discussed at and companies, Messrs. '
were a express !! teen days of July.
shIppers
) Starke as well as many eurround- en by Thomas Johnson!! 10-year-,
resting of the state railroad com- Wells" and Matthews of the state drought and "there will be a greater demand for Ing towns.In The amount of these old brother 'of the sisters killed.,

[ilfislon! representatives of the railroad commission; T, T. Turn- truck that Florida can furnish." the bouts staged Thursday checks handled during the who escaped serious injury'Other }
and leading shippers bull, railroad commissioners' attorney first fifteen days of August
lallroads night, Aug. 14th Vasco Forsyth 'I occupants of the car were Mian

I clj In Jacksonville last week. and J. IT. Tench rate expert In a telegram made public in Tarn $' Saturday, 145 Ib. local champ won by a was 386,346.32, which Is a Jessie Cllbbs of Gainesville, receiving ,
announcement was made Frl- for the railroads.A fine showing when it Is con-
rlils Benton,
the commissioner Florida knockout over Beuny a broken collar bone and oth-
morning from the office of the representative of the Miller said conditions" in were sidered that this representsnew !
from Lake City. minor r
.1) 160 lb. slugger, er Injuries, and Miss Sabina -
ailroad commission in Tallahas- Auction company was present as the brightest in years for A large and'diversified Forsyth easily won every .round !. money coming into the linker, minor bodily Injuries. t

ce following .the conference in was a number of others Interestedin yield, as this is one of the ten states jn the entire and KO'ed his man In the 4th. community. The Injured were taken to the
Lfksouvllle, and as a reeult of the the conference.The Deposits for the same period -
The semi-final was easily won Gainesville hospital In an ambu1lance
- nation having sufficient rainfall to insure
Intension blueberry growers of following Is a summary of adequate by Roy Reynolds, popular boxer held their own as compared and have since been" dls-, I r

est Florida will have the same shipping requirements suggestedas moisture for successful, farming. from Oraham, Reynolds showedrare with the first fifteen charged.

s refrigeration service as necessary and submitted at the round days of July. The amountof '
xprl' form and took every The party had been at Kings-
as supplied to strawberry grow- conference: Another point in favor of the farmer is seen in from his opponent, Frits Paul of deposits coming Into the ley Lake and were returning to

Irs of this section last season. Memorandum the tariff Lake Bank of Stark for the first uM
new provisions decreasing> Mexican City. Qalnesvllle at the time the accident
Consent of the railroad to extend Presenting the Views of Straw- West Indian competition especially tomatoes. Mr. Prevail always carries two half of August was 1133- happened. From reports the
refrigeration service to berry Shippers in the Plant City on and 860.74. .
the or ,three good( preliminaries boy drivel! was trying to establish
Lue, berry growers as well as Section] to the Carriers at Con- Truckers were advised to set titlti plants as early as promises every one his money's Reports from the financial a speed record between Starke

r r [trawbwrry growers was made by, fernce In Jacksonville, Flor- possible after danger of frosts disappear.. worth of fast, clean sport, The centers Indicate that the and Gainesville and was going too

. be railroads on request of the I ida, August 13, 1930. card for-Thursday,, Aug.-Zl, should .whole country Is gradually fast to take the sharp turn Just.., 1

ommlsulon, it was 1Itated---after I The United States Departmentof Many farmers Were rreportfecC i> alri&lajcfy,& planting prove interesting, when Forsyth overcoming the business* depression north Of Hampton Putting o'.t

r Jilupfoorry, growerof West Florida, Agriculture In its Technical. potatoes beans tomatoes. peppera'lind meets Mack Farrow of High jff! his brakes too suddenly caused the I '
eggplantfor
u
" lad "ked Bulletin. Np. 180 says:" Springs In the main bout The Locally farmers who\ lost car'to start skidding and it crash-

"''I Expansion, of the entire express I "The use of refrigeration and November harvest and some truck will be .. semi-final: will be fought by James money on their spring crops ed broadside into another 'car .on

''r, letrlgnration\ service to Include Other improvements in transpor- ready for'late October shipmentsgro\jrars; predict. Butler of Green Cove Springs and are feeling very much bet the curve, throwing the two sisters

,u Lew markets"for" Florida, growers tation facilities have aided the de- ed. Collards, turnips cabbage mustard and spin- Young Ford, local 140 Ib. boxer. ter since It has been learned through the top of the touring:

h Iso wad granted by the railroads velopment of the Industry in sec= ... .. \ The heavyweights, Leo Wiggins, that the Federal Departmentof car.

" in the past only a comparatively tions far removed from the centers ach are. all ready for-'planting.. (,..; 1 195 lbs, from Hampton and Jerry Agriculture will help to* A coroner's Jury investigatedthe f

>1 lew eastern markets 'were open on of 'consumption. As a result of Moore 185 lb. local, will.be worth finance them for anqther accident and Friday returned a h

' I he service given Florida growers, these improvements and the grow- Strawberry growers in central Florida are reported while watching. Although the out' crop. A large number have verdict of careless and reckless,

4 ra |,iut under the agreement reached ing public demand for strawberries busy preparing ground and selecting plants come of thla,bout will have no direct already filed applications for driving without criminal Intent

I 4I, t the Jacksonville'conference the Industry has increased to for December and later production! a heavy crop bearing on the world's champ- these loans, and It Is understood against: Thomas Johnson and Fri

ild-west: and far western markets the extent that ISO,370acres, were ionship! title, there should, be sev- that many more will day afternoon he plead guilty to

kill be opened to the Florida pro- utilized for the market production of plants )vas" expected<<*r but weather conditions cut eral laugs and some nifty footwork take advantage of this opportunity reckless driving and was given a 1,

feucU. during 1926, and the'average was the supply. 1' . j ; to reestablish'themselves. nominal 'fine by County Judge yf it

No agreement'as to reduction of 136,304 acres during the seven- The indicationsnow Gardiner. An uncle of the youth '1,

i I late* on berries was reached at yeat period ended with that year." - -- - --- -.- -,,- _.pS' <0 point to a berry acre-. stated that the boy was the sole ;

[he parley, it was stated, but an l Since 1926 the volume In Flor- Bids Rejected age about the same as was survivor his
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insurance was secured from the ida has Increased materially. Our planted In the countyIn the having, died a short time 'ago la ,'

allroads that no Increases woulde State Marketing Bureap reports ROAD AND BRIDGE PROJECTS Hampton School 1028-29 season. The cropthat. Atlanta.

made in the existing rates. For that during the season 'just passed year brought Inwards upgy Bodies"of the victims.were pre-

[he convenience of state growers, :1,722 J carloadsbad been shipped of a million doll n..' p4red for burial
l'ulll" 114..ominj( fl Years Age Th- by the DeWitt C.
\\he toads also established an annotate from the state on May 24th.
fore Next July to Enter Jones Company and shipped Satuiwday
rate for berry shipments, Growers and shippers in touch UNDER WAY IN THIS SECTION This Trim Hrhool. i to Atlanta for burial ,
announced. with the acreage situation antici- '
I l was
,
I OV'AltOM\IF.S: TO GET Mr. and Mrs. Lenthat Wyman of
Tbs service will pate a volume increase of at least
rates and
new Board met Aug. 16th, for the MACK HALAItIKH: IN Starke, and Mr. and Mrs.. L. C. l'
e 1 published about October 1 by one-third for next ,eason* .Rebuilding of Road 13 From the to" '
gtraOe'on Starke will be purpose of selling Hampton special 1UI1I: )(<'I.Y ACTIVITIEM Hall of Hattlesburg Miss.- were ,
I he railroads and will become ef- Tho distribution of the large Gainesville to Bradford pushed as fast-as ponstble. school district bonds and to let .. .,..r.... In the car Into which the Johnson T,
fective in ample time for the I crop of last season was materially Line Included In Next Driving of test piles for the new car crashed "' r"
and
aided contract for building the Hampton Payment from the state treasury all escaped serious ,
pirawberry season at Plant Citynd carload by the inauguration of express Year's ProjetaPlans bridge across New River1 on state school building.\ Bids for the bonds of March salaries due national Injury The heavy sedan remained

Starke. I service on December road 88 has been started, and the to the board upright, although
were not satisfactory guardsmen engaged In fruit fly badly?
This. 1, 1929, but it Is also true that
meeting was attended by of the state road depart-
concrete piling will be started and they would not let the con- quarantine enforcement has been damaged. ttI.11RY
growers of the Plant City section, efficient distribution was hampered ment for the coming Include .
year within a short time. Work la to .
tract for the building. approved, and state warrants have :
well as shippers and representa- Il by the limited scope of this service widening and rebuilding of state be rushed this
on structure,
according Hiram Prescott received the been sent to the adjutant generalfor MEET: IIIOLD MONDAYA
tives of the chamber of commerce. along with too stringent restrictions road 13 from the Bradford county ,
to Mr. Mas le, and will bounder contract for transporting the children distribution, according to a
fl'he following account of the plans as to routes and diversion line to Gainesville I
to
according a full headway within thirty Vanderbilt A number
from New River, statement Issued by Plant Commissioner of farmers and stock..
i ''f the growers as presented to the I privileges and excessive news story carried by the Gaines- I
and the lake section to Wllmon men attended the
Ulslng Newell
days.Two yesterday dairy meeting
iommlBsIon and railroad charges for both transportationand ville News from
representatives Evening an Inter- miles: of the bane to con Starke school arranged for by Mr. L. D. Green'
was accrued In the Plant refrigeration. view with Mr. W. A. Shands mem- nect tip fund 2S! between Lnko Butler
The question of the age of pupils The national guardsmen were last Monday night and heard Mr. +
p'lty Courier and will be of Inter- Shippers feel that they are en- ber of the department representIng and the Columbia line t
county
entering public schools of duty from the Campbell of the J
on Southland
early part of Dairy J'
;
titled to the carriers'
nt to and
and of this support
growers shippers this section of the state. The
has been laid, leaving only eight
'> been Products
ei-tlon co-operation in the developmentof Bradford county having April last year until June 10 this Company of Jacksonville a
: regular monthly meeting of the miles of Incomplete paving on thisroad'between brought to the attentloln of the year. During the latter part of this explain what his company wanted
any agricultural
The
local representatives placid industry, es- will be
board held in Gainesville
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Flor hom and
'Lake board, it was ruled that all pupils period they were paid from federal and what dairymen of Marlon-
-
after it
pecially Is
1 that the
< before the proven
meeting a clear Idea
In September and Mr. Shands
says City, This gap is feeing closed at '
i local( shipping requirements and product itself Is a commercial asset considerable Important businesswill ' becoming six years of age during funds. With the exhaustionof county were doing, Milk can be
to the community the the'rate about-a.mtie week..; the school term were expected to federal funds on March 27 the produced at a cost of 12 to 16
hangea In the present arrangement ; countryat come up at this time. F
With completaditoere will re enter at the beginning of school.if state assumed this obligation and cents a gallon by farmers who
large, and the carriers as well. y
they considered absolutely
At this meeting the repor ...of .'
main only. thlslldlnile stretch, be
necessary for the benefit of the 10- Thashippers also think that,-the I District Engineer Thrasher I they'wereto attend that year paid the guardsmen until June 11, grow their own food Mr, Campbell
carriers Jot tween' PaJafSfa rand +iftotahome \to 'Theboard 'requested all teach at -which time the federal said, this being the a.rage'
''al shippers well as the community will further their own Interests abolishing the govern
dangerous
curve '
I be 'surfaced1 to complete what Is to report on attendance of children took Marlon '
whole. in the promotion of this ere ment over the quarantine enforcement county farmers, and his
While
as a
no
pro- north of Hampton will be made,
termed the'.short tout for traffic
mise of a lowered rate was ex- Industry because by so doing they and It Is likely that work will proceed bound. fortbo'ea whose mothers are receivingwldowB' with civilian employees, company will pay .36 cen'ta'a gal- b
< t> coastj.lromLake pensions so that they may and carried lon during, the
:
until months
racted: it was' Indicated that it may hope to secure handsome rev- at once on rebuilding this section on recently when of September
enue returns. City The PalatkaFlorahome be checked and see if they have the enternal quarantine lines were October and November'and
was possible to provide cheaper j of road. Surveys had been Is included In the
project
The attended enough to make them discontinued. 28 cents for the remainder of the
refrigeration, one of the Important growers and shippers are ------ --
started prior to the accident of last
1930 budget, $184,375.00 being
eligible. Under a decision of Federal year. .
pleased to construe the present Invitation
concessions -
sought. The rate
Thursday when two ladles
young set aside for base and surfacing. Board adjourned to meet first The i
Comptroller McCarl Industrywill
guardsmen'spay be started
now in of the carriers to sit with oaa
effect Is
a temporary one, were killed .this curve, and Mr, '
on. Contract has already been let for
with the publishing of tariffs' them and discuss the problem as Massie Monday In September. from March 1-27 was held up. small scale here during the next
project engineer for the
,cheduled for October. It an awakening to transportation surfacing the completed base from I A. J. Grlffls, Secy. Failure of the United States De- few weeks, some six or eight stock-
was as- board, stated Wednesday that both I Lake the Union '
City to county
partment of agriculture to meet men laying their plans to ahead
>ured In the meeting however, responsibilities, and so the follow curves: at the edge of Hampton go
line. ''
CALL HTAItKH} I'AHTOH this March payroll'has with the project and
demonstratewhat
bat the ing Improvements and additions to caused embarrassment -
present temporary rates would be replaced with one long
Work on the lime rock base on TO PINK: GROVE I'OHT to be done.
all can
concerned As
the carload Improved
express service particularly
would be continued with In- as ren-
no turn that could be negotiated with ,
road 68
Hampton to the Starke-
the, unpaid guardsmenthus breeds of milch
cows
I reanel!. dered last season are respectfully safety. are brought
There suggested: Brooker road has been completed Pine Grove Aug.. 19.-The Rev.L. the action of Governor Carl- In the Industry will continue to
was a spirit of coopera- Rebuilding of this dangerous
and will be In' readiness ,for the O. Hemingway, of Starke ton and the state expand until Bradford ii
Inn It is important to the Industry plant board, county la.
evidenced by Chas., R. Capps, curve will necessitate removal of
within few .
slag surfacing weeks.MRS.
a preached at Pine drove church making available state funds firmly established
of the Seaboard, spokesman for that charges for transportationand three buildings near the highway! <. for as a dairying
Sunday morning, having been call the ,- will relieve center I
he refrigeration be revised and purpolle an acute
Seaboard and Coast Line He but the necessary right of way has SLtHV VHL.MA5JM.
; ed to fill the unexptred term of situation. The funds used tr
promised additional 'rates to In- substantially reduced. Most of the been promised by Hampton citizens were
the Rev. Walter Harvey of Gaines made available through ('ITYSIUA'IH:
a special QUALIFY
'lude as far west as Denver and transportation charges provided In and there will be no delay,in. Mr..r.r.r'WlI1latn..' 8Z; ,dIed at ;
last ville. There will be regular services appropriation made by the last -
season's tariff
Indicated ev'n' transcontinental closely approx- starting of construction work oncethe her home here Sunday,,,-morning,
both morning and evening ol legislature for'' fruit eradication Candidates for city offices a
rates imate the less than car load rates, fly. qualified
as possible. It was also Indicated plans have been approved by Aug. 17th: Death was not unex- 9
the first and third Sundays of at the council
and to some destinations they are meeting held
that additional diversion the road department.
pected, coming at the end of a twoweek' '
higher than the less than car load each month Sunday school as I... Wednesday night and there will
Privileges
Another
would be arranged and stretch of' road that Illness and-aflet a long per-
4 rates. Moreover in making our usual, with the public cordially i be five candidates for the three
number of other points were will be eliminated during the com- lod of 111 health. .UlTIIfll HICKS WUVKMPHKMMI.VAHY '"
Invited attend all those services; vacancies for
to
'onreded as practical.The rates apparently no thought was ing year will be state road 13 from Born In Buford county. South ; HK-iRING: councilmen and two
- ; -- for city clerk. Messrs. :
conference was given to those applying on the service Gainesville north to the Bradford W. L. Wall
purely a Carolina Mrs William.] early mov JUFH: AT IIOMK I.V IJUKKH:
Preliminary: effort at adjusting a from other producing ec- county line. The right of way will ed to'Florida, where she residedfor Gainesville, Aug 20.-Arthur N. Sternberg, are running for reelection -

number of necessary changes in tions. We have noted that the be made 100 feet In width and over half a century. I R. W. McLeod of Dukes, small C. Hicks, charged with the mur- as members of the council -
a '
L, A. Davis
existing transportation problems. rate,from Plant City, Florida, ,to Mr. Shands plans practically to reconstruct Funeral services were held Mon- community near Lake Butler died der of Mrs. Frances Clements declining to make

While the problems primarily afr Chicago Is more than donbletherate the entire road, bringing day at two o'clock from the home suddenly at 6 o'clock Sunday, Hick on the night of July 20, ,I the race again. The ticket for

rent r the shipper the community from Hammond, La. To De- It up to specifications\ of state 'of her ion. Nat Williams and In- night. He was the father of C. waived preliminary hearing be- the election on September 9th will

as a whole is affected Rates and troit our rate Is 63 1-2 per cent highway Built yei rs ago with a terment took place at the Kings- A. McLeod.. a member of the Jack- fore Justice of the Peace J. II, carry the following candidates; r
Mayor 1C. C. Wall.
filiations' that place a communIty higher than the rate from Ham' few Inches of lime: rock formingthe ley Lake"cemetery, The servicewas sonville fire department who Is Ward yesterday afternoon Hicks

<> to a disadvantage affects the mond, and to Pittsburgh the Plant base,* the road has been goingto said by Rev L,, W. Klckllter now on a vacation and who relatives Is being held In the Alachua coun- Councilmen, II. A. Bishop, J, C.Manning .
J. A. Hail I N.
"ower also. City shippers pay approximately pieces under the steady poundIng and Rev. A. M. Itlahchard assisted were trying to locate to Inform ty jail without bond. for the next, W. L. Wall. Steruberg-,

I M. Campbell of the R. W. $230.00 per car more than the of heavy buses and trucks by W. E. Daugherty him of the death. grand jury.

Birch Inc., has been engaged In a Hammond shippers for the same since road 13 was made part of the Mrs. Williams leaves one sister R. W McLeod. another also Local court attaches were of the Clerk, treasurer and collector* ;
son.
C.
A. "Futch E. K.
survey for several months and the service although there Is less than main highway between Jackson- Miss Judie Dean;; of Tillman.S. resides 1n Jacksonville, and a opinion early yesterday afternoonthat Perryman. '4 '

Company has been very active In SO miles difference in the distance. ville and Tampa. C., and one'trfother. Bob Dean, third son, J. R. McLeod lives In Hick would be present at the Tar Marshal assessor, A. L.'Alrarei.ltfOMOl C. A, Knight. 1 1i.

au -ffort! to correct the local situ- Corresponding discrepancies may According to Engineer Hassle also of Tlllman. ,ahfc.'also leaves Lake Butler. Other survivors area hearing a* no word had been 'received .

'lcu' They have compiled ImpOrtant be found to all destinations. about 60 per cent of the gradingon two daughters: Mrs. Julia Kash- widow, and three daughters. regarding his Intentions. ; > l.1sI.MTOIIK FitON1 i.

data on the subject and Our refrigeration costa average the state farm highway or road dorf and Mr.. Fred I SaPlI, both of . Shortly before 2 o'clock; the time ;

*ul :untlnue their efforts to bring perhaps more than one third higher 48, has been completed the gradIng Jacksonville, and seven sons: Ned ('OSl'JoI.IIUTIOS'OTtU IXNV.V set for the hearing. Slgsbea L. Workmen are remodeling

10 the shippers here.toe best pos- than the Louisiana scale yet crews now working near Ilellbronn Williams of Vero Beach J. II. Scruggs, Hicks attorney, reported front of the store building next the '

"We rates and privileges. the volume of our traffic moves ala Springs. For this road the Williams of Ft. Meade; C. M. Williams I'atrons of the Boat drain school that his. client had decided to the Gaiety Theatre. to
owned by the
Th, local chamber of commerce time when colder temperatures state road department has author of Manatee add T. N. WIl- district voted down the proposal to waive the ,bearing. Woodbridge interests of Gaines t ,'

sad the shippers as a whole have prevail throughout the country. ised the building of a concrete llama Nat Williams Klllot Williams consolidate that district with the villa The entrance will ,
be
taken an active Interest In rates The Florida tariff must be reducedto bridge across New River within and .Hardy Williams all of Starke school district at the election Bay Harbor - Work at site of and the display windows changed reset'

and< other shipping problems and a reasonable basis.II the farm. This bridge will be similar Starke. held Saturday. Starke voters Southern Craft paper mill, progressing to better advantage. This building -

Continued concerted action will no In type to the one now being were unanimous for the consolidation I steadily was

dOUbt achieve the desired results The efficient use of the Express constructed across New River on Fort Myers Three carloads and a majority of four'votes Plant City Effort being madeto was converted formerly to two one smaller store and i' ,

a. there was an unquestionable service has been hampered by too state road 28, and will be almost grapefruit shipped from here re against defeated the move In Boat-I locate proposed crate manufacturing by Mr. Woodbridge storerooms after ra

IlIlrlt of cooperation shown on the (Continued on page 4.) the same length. Completion of cently. drain district.wr.-. r w plant here purchasing It from 1. C. l' nrell.It ;

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( TWO nnAIJI'RD COUNTY TRLEGR.\PR. TARHIC FLORIDA ,FRIDAY, Al"GI'ST _
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dairy associations, instructions in
'.. .' agricultural colleges, studies of '
{ nutritive values In. milk and the !
,
FARM NEWS SECTION DAIRYING i
: present era of improved herds,

e and greater production.But :
--- the raising of grain crops
L. D. LeGear V. .. '
Dr. s.
if. Conducted By -.a--, V has always been the mainstay of
( the American farmer. The Inevit-
'.:1 Dr. r..ecft"ld..te of Ontario
) Veterinary College,1892.Thhty-eightyeana<[ .. able result is a decline In the fertility
MISS PEARL JORDAN Home Demonstration Agent -
ii: I veterinary work. Eminent authority on dbe..e.trod of the soli. The ground
raisin. of dairy cow, other livestock and poultry. Nationally must contain nlrtogen phosphorus ,
omlst Florida Experiment Sta known lecturer< writer and author. and potassium in proper quan-
Florida Poultry tion. The Month's Work at the titles to be productive. Those rlcuJture."q
Article II Its relation to the fertility of the 1
?u. Experiment Station Animal Disease chemical elements are removed I '
Million soli.
Worth 14 Laboratory-Dr. E. F. Thomas IT IS IlI.KHMfCII; TO when grain is harvested and sold 1
Assistant Veterinarian. UIVK AND IUX'ITh. \'. The history of farming shows They must be returned to the sol : (
Risher Explains Fri., Aug. 29 Ups and Downsof that the raising of grain'Is alwaysthe In the form of fertilizer. For In-

Spuds Johnson, Florida Farmer. .. Dairy Cow Contribute to the first development. It is true. stanco, if we replace the chemicals
Farm Question Box. 1'roflta. of the Farm'and<< at the the discoverers of this country that a bushel of wheat takes ; !
Gainesville, Fla.-Florida poul Mnma Time Trip Malntala tlu brought some cattle with them. away with It, we spend about 27 !:
,, trymen received $14,000,000 from Value of the Land.A But it was two hundred years'after cents for fertilizer A bushel of !
their poultry and eggs during the coming of Columbus that I
corn robs the soil of about 23o
1929, F. W. Risher. State MarketIng
friend of mine who traveled we began to think, seriously of the !, worth of fertilizer. ,
ucht t tlar' )r Bureau, stated About here duringFarmers' abroad this summer was struck by dairy cow Then we decided to Dairy products, on the other I 1' !

'. r ., Ii Week. fd.OOO rtr two observations he made while Import a few Improved breeds hand take little from the fertilityof
000 of this money came from egg'sand ,
the ) motoring through Bavaria In the from Europe where dairying was the farm and the herds returnIn .
$5,000,000 from poultry' I r r 1 southern part of Germany Houses already an outstanding Industry.The the form of manure the most -
meat. ---- -.
r heat lr In telling of the progress of the and barns were built together under year 1860 is given by most valuable form of fertilizer we ----;;
OFFICIAL EGO RKCORDH one roof. The very finest writers as the date when dairyingIn have.It.
.diaa Industry he said that from 1920to
country homes were erected in this country really came into is estimated that the valueof
1928 number of chickens
+ tabl 1 In the state the had increased 66 per One of the best things that has that way so that it was not a mat- Its own. About that time we Inaugurated fertilizer produced by an aver- Yrs We can charge your
cent. Cooperative marketing in ever been done for the Improve- ter of economy. The other thing milk trains which fur- age dairy cow In a year's time Is 8 HRS.
the state has also made rapid ment of poultry is the inauguration that Impressed him was the value nished the city with milk from distant equal to about $28.00 In commer- STORAfiE'BATJERY In
progress. By the close of 1930( of the official egg-laying con- placed upon fertilizer. Out In the points. It is said the first cial fertilizer. If proper methodsare I ISmith's
seven poultry cooperatives will testa. front yards; alongside the highways cheese factory was established in employed, 80 per cent of the
SD '+ handle almost $1,000,000 worth of Some of these contests have ; one would see the carefully New York in 1861. Condensedmilk quantity of fertilizing element
stacked piles of guardedand was discovered In 1856. from
poultry and eggs. been in operation under official manure farm animals can be saved
new, r, In 1929 there were close to supervision for many years. For cared for as if It were so much There followed In order the lit that the r r f fH ff fi 460,000,000 chickens on the farmsof the past several years there have grain. separator which revolutionizedthe An Indirect benefit that comes t

this country, and 139 cooperative been 30 or'more such contests )ln This leads Ufj to one of the most dairy industry the Babcocktest from the dairy herd is the fact Its
f organizations. handled 4- the United States with around Important benefits of dairying- cold storage, the formation of presence on the farm influences
.
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200,000 cases of eggs! and 10- 18,000 or 19,0,00 of the finest -
000.000 pounds of poultry valued: ayers of the country being entered -

at 50000000. each year in competition with
In this country we consume 207 one another. These contests, beIng -
eggs per person while in Canada conducted under uniform or
337 are consumed. Many believe nearly uniform rules, give a good

that with a better quality eggs, comparison of the different breeds ( '
and a better package our consumers -'and strains of poultry and greatly ( ) -<--- I> 5.5tln
would eat more eggs, he said. encourage the development of better I .

On July 1, 1930, there were egg-production breeding.
over 10,000,000 cases of eggs in Many ambitious poultry raisers .

4 ', storage, he said. This Is an Increase and breeders enter their choicest
tehttna t tliotty of 2,500,000 cases over last birds at these contests and thus

year, and 1,260,000 over the last have a chance to check up on just .I .
five year average. At the present what their birds are worth from an :. ;;. ).

time 30 plants are canning poul- egg-production standpoint. Each !.. ; . > .' -t'
fir, try meats a new venture which contest starts In the fall of the J ;::1;,

[ AlTiit seems to be proving convenientand year at a specified date, and each ,: ,
popular with housewives. competing breeder sends in a pen : ,'
Now Is the time for Florida of 5, or sometimes 10, birds, f J .
poultrymen to keep on growingout which are then trapnested by the ," J
hens; a better day Is coming. contest for on \year's time. The , ,'
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Yie he concluded. contests are open to any one and ,

rules are sent out by the contest .
, .
her management to any poultry people
Objects Nation who are interested. Your favorite 1
poultry journal, for Instancethe -
Pecan Marketing Poultry Item of Sellersville. III - ,

) i Pa., or the Poultry Tribune, of

Mount Morris, 111., would gladly ,.
Farm Week Talk
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end you a list of the various con- ;:
te tll.I .
hardy Gainesville, Fla. The objectsof The egglaying contest la the "
CanovIn newly organized National Pecan I acid test of egg-production., Many .

Marketing Association were poultry raisers by basing their r II :.
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very forcefully explained at y'arm- estimates on flock averages or on ,
.
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ers' Week here by II. H. Simmons part season averages or'by make I,
dicito C Jacksonville. ing allowances for "hard luck." .. " .I"

Standardization and eliminationof or by trap nesting' a pullet for con ,,. ,. ,., ,.1 {' I ,: :

Inferior grades he first men- siderably over a year and then '.,' ,
V. tioned. In no way was It the object taking the most productive 12- ,, ,
of the association to increasethe months period and calling it the "

pl price of pecans to the consum year's egg-lay can figure for I, J, .I't. ,
.',
the I
lull. I er. The association hopes to elim- themselves a higher productionthan :' : i. .
..ndaneat'o inate a lot of excessive expense in their birds would actually attain .. "" Ire" r
1' 1. ' 4'' ,
I marketing the crop. The association In official competition. 'The 5- .; ... I.
hopes to stabilize the market i average of all birds entered at the I / '/ ; !. :'
,
Alter and put pecans on at a price low official contests the past six ;years '. : .1 "'. ,!" ,
enough so that they will become apart has been 175.6 eggs per bird. The <, Ioi .
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end rle. of the dally American diet. highest 5-blrd pen average ever / At + ', .
With some 80,000,000 pounds made in official competition has .
More .1 produced In the south the pecanIs been 296.6 eggs per bird, which is .. .1., :( __ :' .
.Aare..ea
fast becoming a major crop, and the standing world's record for .,., ,
!! ''U there Is no reason why producers eggproduction.The I '''- ."
>/'M.r< should continue to market the en- !' contests also give an accurate . J;' .. ,.. .. .j ..
for'our* tire crop during a 45 to 60 day unbiased .report on the size \.' ....
tuMlof period. These pecans should go and value of eggs produced. When -- .
steadily and regularly to the mar poultry raisers follow the results ,
i i1 '
ket. Unlike any other nut the pecan of the official egg-laying contests /1 .
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when properly cured can be hey have the right kind of a checkon ':. t" 1 ',,! .
stored for many years, and still their own production and on I ,. :,.,'
be just as tasty and sweet, he said. the value of the breeds and strains i- : ,
Small organizations, nor Individuals from which they bluld their flocks. .'.. .. ;;iP-.e; '
t'.
cannot accomplish much in
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standardization or orderly flow to t
'hlIbsa i
market neither can they do na- COFFINS & CASKETSAnd
tional advertising or financing. ft.
The National Organization plane a Full Line of II>w.a/

to set up local associations, and to Undertakers' Supplies
establish cracking plans over the
country. Thevassoclatlon In cooperation AUTOMOBILE! HEARSE
with the Farm Board Always. .. H.... The *...
hopes to formulate a production .errle. at the lowest prices.REGISTERED .
program that Is economically 11..1.1 .tt.stlea to ..1........ As Sow So Shall

,IK. sound Mr. Simmons closed urg- rdera BMBALMBR ye ye Reap
toil ing growers to lend their best efforts ,

Nor In support of the locals and DEWITT C. JONES ,
national organization. 9
TARKR. FLORIDA .
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li lesou WnUF FARM PROGRAM I Sow the seeds of Community Cooperation f Patronize YOUR COUNTY MERCHANTS.

Htu The Voice of Florida" I

f: Reap the harvest of Community Growth! They support all, home community projects. They

Gainesville, Fla. Farm
Alcl radio
M programs will be broadcast by the contribute to local community growth.

! i Florida Agricultural Extension Sprinkle YOUR DOLLARS where they will do
Service over state radio station .t.'
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:WRUF from 12:15: to 13:45 each CATCH the
: COMMUNITY PROSPERITY
}krlk f day next week. Music, entertain- Two YOU and YOUR COUNTY the most good! ...
ment and the following talks are toBob\oursel
net l scheduled.Sat. ,mys SPIRIT!

raiSli ., Aug. 23.-Florida Farm When
n- ... -,. is wkkk rM you spend your money out of THE
News and Hints. U. S. Farm _" ole ,.....It .......... N Do
Science Snapshots. ., YOUR SHARE in OWN
--- r..pwlr BOOSTING YOUR
Mon., Aug. 25 How Handling ..-- COUNTY you are leaving the harvest to others.
x Nt Pasture and Forage, Crops Affect n"oeI.....--.. ............ HOME
iN .; 'Their Usefulness- Dr W. A. 1: lr.e I.. t. ::-:.:: :..sty ewe ;..:: COUNTY.

Leukel.Florida associate agronomist, _.'..y.r.:=.,""......::.:-OBIMtm w..d.sib.: You are planting the seeds prosperity in astranger's I.
x Experiment Station.
a..a ,... be ... -
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,. Tues., Aug. 26-Timely Hints 7.r.Iw7..f.to*_iIoia_ your dollars on this soil so that Community -

for Controlling Florida Insects.Wed. 1- ...d..Y..a. ,_ N !
up ., Aug. 27 The Necessityof 1.M r w..iw 7-'t' M...4 ..... garden
Agricultural Research 3!. II, 1'. Prosperity may sprout from them.

Ensign i assistant horticulturist, You are not being fair to own COUNTY!
Florida Experiment Station. Primer HAROLD C. WALL your
Sow YOUR DOLLARS
for Town Farmers. at home---YOU ,and
Thurs. Aug. 28-Results to be INSURANCE
expected from Grazing on Good Keep Your Seeds of'Prosperity Home. YOUR COl1lIUNITYViII
Pasture W; E. Stokes Agron- STARKE FLORIDA reap the harvest.PAOE .

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AUGUST 22. 1030 BRADFORD CO17NYT TEMMIlAriT, RTARK1S!, FLORIDA PAGE TIDtICI/

RUH' --- - _._ . ._---, .. ...- _. . "' .. .. .. .. -- ". -.
""of --- -- -- --- --- - ----- --- ----- ---- --- --- -
t bts, still. The officers of the law, Innocently today apparently in a suicide plot ural In action and exactly the kindof MOTEL ItKHTAl'KANT
enough dumped this Into worked out welt in advance. She Ex-Tax Officer laxative for people my age .'.:JUIITH IN STATE

' ellq News of Florida in Short Paragraphs a branch flowing Into JulInK- was found'in flames by a railroad which Is 83."-John C. Fenn. 360 DOWN C'ONHIIUCRAKMT t/
:1 nPu ton creek. The stuff might or worker and went to her aid. The Praise Sargon"About N. E. 6th Terrace, Miami, formertax
might not have been such as to men beat out-the flames and sum- collector and well known in Hotel and restaurant building y

make men wild but it sent the moned aid" >ut the woman died In a y-;; ago; I commencedto the turpentine business at Cor- permits IMBued by the state hotel

fish purely crazy. They jumped the meantime. She gave her nameas lone weight and strength didn't dole 01Canova Pharmacy, commission! fell off greatly during

dad: STATE NEWS i lunged, leaped and cavorted, and what Bounded! to be "Clara Fa- sleep well and was worried with agentu. the month of July, according to a. ;
"to' L LILIVE officers of the law scooped themup ber of BrooksvJlIe," but police in constipation. A rash broke out monthly report just Issued .hereby ,

bare-handed. The fish ended Brooksvllla said, they knew of no rilOTKOTKO: FOKKHT the department.The .

ng Grey 4, their lives In a frying pan, and the such person The woman arrived LAND BURNED: KIIOWHL.AIIGK July total for the five districts -
Stu flavor was said to be indescrlable. here by bus at 1:30: o'clock and : DKl'KKAHK I In the state of Florida was

tipMakeaj || TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES carried a cane'and small handbag.Her placed at $169,050. The June total -

kk Gainesville Sherman and N. movements were unnoticed Of the 1,187,063 acres now afforded for the state was 779700.
I _..... T. Thomas and in the The northwest district made no
----- --- -- -'-- ----------- Jerry Lawson of until the was found \forest fire protection In the

lack, That $400.000 to beLdnt Lakeland One man was bur- the Cooter Pond section are at fire. Her clothing had been tak- state, only 4.9 per cent were burned report for July. The northeast ,
ornai Tampa the Citrus Exchange adrstlsng led 'alive arid another rescued a liberty under $1,000 bond charged en off and laid in a neat pile and rr .Mt. over during the year ending district reported 15,950. The

I : by! Florida fruit will at few minutes after a newer excava with assault with intent to mur- the fire made of old clothing and June 30, 1930, according to statistics 'southwest district reported $21-
- \' der. They were arrested yesterday A bottle partly filled with 200. Heading the list was the
obabijib time, advertise all Flor- Lion in which they were working rags. just released by the Florida
Ieedbt the same caved In. An hour later police by deputies from the office of Sher. gasoline was near the flames. The Forest Service. The percentageof southeast. .district with $133,200.

aatu Jida. _____ and firmen were working frantically iff Wells following warrants sworn woman's handbag contained a box protected land burned over .

" at rescue. The man saved, out against Lawson by the Thomas of matches, a small pen knife anda showed the decided drop 6f 3.4 per Arcadia Plaza Hotel being
I l\ladlson-Qulte a bit of Interest named Casey, working near thetop brothers and a warrant sworn bottle of aspirin. She had a q cent from 8.3 per cent burned dur- renovated. .

HK, being taken In the organizationof of eI6 foot ditch, crawledout out by Lawson against the brothers pair of glasses marked "Le Grand ing the 1929 season.

a bunk here. A party from soon after the accident occur- The brothers are alleged to Haakln Optician. 381 Qrend Cen- State Forester Harry Lee Ba-
Florida was here lookingInto have assaulted Lawson with tral ave., St. Petersburg." A let- WARNING NOTICEII
south red and was taken to a hospital.The poc- ker expressed his satisfaction at
the matter, and local men are other man, named Bellflower, ket knives while Lawson Is charged ter she dropped was burned. having so successfully passed' thru

I also considering such a step. was at the bottom as the south with shooting a pistol at the a season of prolonged dry 'periods

I Nothing definite, however, has wall .(ell.: He reached a point nine Thomas brothers. According to Gainesville ....- it. A. Oalney, a i : similar to the fall of 1927 and I I
| been done as yet. feet from the top over the fallen Information gathered by deputies farmer residing about 18 miles spring of 1928. The size of the

- earth when the other wall gave an argument arose when Lawson from Cross City In Dixie county, is average fire on the protective

Chipley "Florida has the climate way, burying him again. went to the Thomas home to call a patient in the. Alachua County units dropped from 88 to 44 acres., officers or 'o the killing-of
I and the grass to produce the for his wife.Pensacola. hospital' following an operation i. Indicating the Increased effectiveness RATS MICE COCKROACHES
,
,
cheapest calves and feeder cattle Palakta Eric ,- performed Wednesday forenoonfor ... ..." of the protective organization WATERSU8S AN9 lUll CRAIS
Berglnereen, i
of any place In the country, Is One United States the removal of his right arm I resulting from experience.
fisherman, was being held in a JOHN C. FKNX STEARNS' ELECTRIC PASTE
the statement made by R. J. Kin- army deserter from the guard at just above the elbow. The amputation Turpentine orchard fires within ,
St. Augustine .. million of tmnpl
jail today followingthe I h: been nwotmlMd by
zer. secretary of the American Fort Barrancas was in the. poet was made necessary by a on my chest and down one side protected areas were held well ender during .* the vuarmnu-ml b'
finding in the St. Johns riverof I"hrJ'd':,;.
and dcarrying
Hereford Breeders association, hospital today with an arm wound serious gun-shot wound, accidentally -, and leg and up to the time I 1 per cent of the protectedarea klllxr PMU, lrorln I w. '
the body of Billy Stahlberg, 33,
who has been spending some time and two others were back In the Inflicted. about 8:30 o'clock Marled i Sarfccn no treatment or I burned, because of firebreaks old .v.rywh r. 'i
also a fisherman. The authorities 9 > HAr- 1ft onm'ffl 91 2flMONCY
mnr ii
here looking over the situation. said Stahlberg apparently was guard house as a result of Inten- I Tuesday evening, Mr. Galney had medicine gave me lasting relief. I and more Intensive organisations. MACK IP IT PAILS
sive search by officers and men after been looking over some property Sargon gave me a fine appetite; I .
murdered and expressed the be-
Gainesville If legislative au- their escape yesterday after- In the woods near his home and enjoy sound, refreshing sleep; I've The prompt organized action on
lief that he
was hacked to death
thority can be secured the old noon. Frank White, first to be was returning to his dwelling ina gained I 5 pounds and feel like I fires la demonstrated In that an
with hatchet while he in
a lay
Gainesville road Into Jacksonville captured was shot In the arm as truck, leaning against the seat have a new grip on life. The rush average of seventeen minutes HEADACHERELIEVED
will be widened to forty feet Instead his cot In a fishing camp near searchers surrounded him when In which was a double-barrel shot has entirely disappeared I elapsed between tire detection 11
here. The body was weighted
of twenty feet. Surfacing of he attempted to flee late last gun fully loaded. Jolting of the "Sargon Pills are mild and nat- and report to the crew, which In
down and sunk in the river. Berg- . QUICKLY
the old Gainesville road will relieve lnereen and Stahlberg the night. Thomas Ambrose and Ceo. car caused the gun to fall to the I turn, averaged minutes mobil- CA This Purely V..W.liI
the present heavy traffic from were Teston were seized by more than running board. The hammer evi- driven to the offices of Dr. W. I.. izing and travelling to the fire. correct the
road" 13 Into Baldwin and at the only occupants of the fishing 100 soldiers shortly before noon dently caught on-the-car step, exploding I Lancaster In Cross City, who Seventy-nine minutes was the average I.1Lff :digestive quickly disturb*
the authorities said. The '
same time shorten the distance to camp, today. They were found near the one shell the contents of brought the Injured man to time necessary to completely ances.remorea the intestinal
latksonvllle. body which was found yesterday, fort, escape during the night hav- which shattered the right arm at Gainesville early that morning. l suppress the fire. poisons, and sick headache 9
apparently had been }Sn the water
ing been cut off by;, heavy guards the elbow. Fortunately for the Reports from hospital last night quickly disappears. Your whole system -
Winter Haven A contract for four or five days. about the woods In which they hid. Injured man a group of negroes were to the effect that while he I Umatlllu First carload sweet enjoys a tonic effect consUpaUon .-

the construction of the Peninsular Court martial for the trio will be from a nearby turpentine camp had lost considerable blood Im- potatoes to be shipped from Lake vanishes,and you feel a renewed

Telephone company building here Tampa Two youths were ar- at an Indefinite date. heard the shot and( the call for mediately after receiving the gun- county, left this place recently vigor.they Avoid depressing bromides and and harmfal.dope ?
are
has been given to the Parklap rested near here today and held help. They gave the alarm at the shot and before first aid could be Lake City Devans Pressing All Druggists 25o and; 75c red p1p.C'ARTER5IImPJT.lS: 'r
Construction company of Tampa, for investigation of murder in con- Wildwood -. An unidentified turpentine camp. First aid was given he was making very satisfactory Club now In new home In Marlon

which will start building operation nection with the death last nightof woman was burned to death here rendered and Mr Galney was then progress. street. .

Immediately according to S. B. Martin, 60, a gardner, _. -- --- .. -- -- .. .. .-- ---------- ,--- - -- .

an announcement by O. C. Stan- whose body was found this morn- .... \
|Ie>', manager of the local tele- Ing on the Atlantic Coast Line I

phone exchange. tracks 12 miles east of here. The '., \
body was discovered by a negro d rc t y

Fort Lauderdale Contract for child, and the arrests followed I .'" .t ". "' .::

the laying of rails and ties for the I when deputy sheriffs said they Ii l. .Xp. " ,: ,
found evidence that Martin had / N**
construction of the Port Ever- :
glades Terminal railroad from a been beaten before his body was : ,.J :, 1"1'i., !!:\t. , .,.::\. \
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paint beyond the Sfaboard Air placed on the tracks. The youths .."'1; ,,:...<:' ,lJJ.\o:' "! : ; .' \l.l1 \
the west to the were Henry Ollsano, 18, of Plant ./ ; ; ..
Line railway on .:t'I/r/ ; ' ".V 'If.Il \
Hollywood-Fort Lauderdale municipal City, and Walter Johnson 22; of :!! :'" .... ". ;
piers at the port "on the : Seiner. They admitted being IS ",,,," .." .;. .. :

east l was awarded to the with Martin Saturday night but ...
Foundation/ company of \ Tebsar"l declared they left him well and /\.i 1'r{ ;" r

sound.St. ''''','<'',,;.1>'' .-...:"$ );' V .. .. _

West! Palm Beach A small -' ,..I".1A 0;

twister struck the western side of Augustine Sheriff E. E. ,,'''.. 'fjt'q' \,; t. .'" ." .. ,'," .", ", ,..
Lake .Worth this afternoon, tear- Boyce and several federal officials ''i "j.!";,..\," I II ;'
ing roofing off several houses and who went still-hunting with him I ." ..
disturbing automobile traffic. yesterday in the Julington creek I

!Players at the baseball park were section, have a fish tale to tell ,;,:';: ',' . t''

forced to lie down In the face of that Is a new one in local annals.It '- -" "

the wind. No one was hurt. The seems that some 3,000 gallone ..
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mall funnel cloud which causedthe of fermented mash represented 6C-': '0> r.'d' '.' .
disturbance soon disappeared. part of the haul from a raided .
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Cocoa W. H. Furrow of Mer Adults Contract
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rut Island has entered In the \Heal Diseases (r>.-''.y . I( ; :..

large trout" contest, a trout that Adults can, and do, contract many o :: .. .' \ ,
weighs nine and threequarterspounds. children's diseases. And, usually, they < .
Mr. Furrow was fishing i rafter from them much more than '. .. .'. .
off his dock on the east side of the :.children do. For instance, many adults \
Indian river when he hooked the contract worms, an ailment usually '. u.,: i
associated with children. Sometimes: :
fish. His line not being strong
they Buffer intensely and take expensive ':
enough to capture the trout Mr. medical treatments, without reali

Furrow swam about one hundred sing that worms are the cause of their .;, : i :
feet and gigged it. This Is the troubles. Yet the symptoms are the : want / :

largest trout thus far entered. same as in children, loss of appetite 0Wlet t i b.icJ .
Each season, several local mer- and weight, grinding! the teeth and restless ,'- , ., .' lfOU ;
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chants offer prizes for the prize 1 sleep, itching of the nose and anus, 'II : ,.
the
and abdominal pains. And same ,
catch of the season. medicine that surely and harmlessly expels -, ; _
I round and from children /
pin worms
Pensacola Capt. J. E. Turtle, will do the same for adult- White's f'r

who Is In charge of the harbor Im- 'Cream Vermifuge,which you can get.at : that id: II

provements In this Immediate section Canova Pharmacy.
i4Ut53VtLI't11O/H/
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/ has returned from Panama i n i.r. "
City, at which place he has been < ; ,1,

looking after the harbor Improve OVER WORI( 1". '
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ment work which was going on w !i.1\i'\\ \_
NERVES "'t I
there, and which has just been r t.1\ \" ..

completed. Captain Turtle was ." '.1 '
personally supervising the dredgIng :' '
y ,lN lr i
of the entrance to St. Andrewsbay. ';"> ,
to
This deepening t>f the harbor .' t
approach was accomplished by the
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government dredge Benyeard, and '" r .

on finishing that work the dredge ...,: \ <*. S

was steamed to Oulfport, to look yq :

after another authorized undertaking .

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Jacksonville--The known death .

toll in last night's explosion fti .J27

aboard the Atlantic Refining com e. 1 1
pany's tanker ."Brilliant' reachedfive .5

today with the death of Joe.

R. W. Jeffords one of the visitors

Inspecting the engine room at. the !
UP TO your ears In work-
time of the blast. One unidentified -
every nerve at high tension. .Lnestenieiak
visitor was missing and be- No wonder you snap at the wife
lieved burned in the tanker which and bark at the children.
was destroyed together with i 111ft Watch out! Overworkednerves "

cargo of 378,000 gallons of gaso may lead to Sleeplessness -
line. The five known dead Included Nervous Headache, Nervous
Indigestion and a host of MILDER 4
one member of the crew and
four ether) unpleasant disturbances. YES-BUT SOMETHING MORE. r
visitors. Why don t you try Dr. Miles' 1
Chesterfield offers richness
Effervescent Nervine Tablets aroma, satisfying x
Tampa-Site has been purchased Just one in a hall glass of flavor.
here for one of the largest canning water makes a pleasant sparkling
plans In Florida, to cost more drink delightfully soothingto BETTER TASTE-that's the answer; andthat's ,n .. w''
than $200,000 It announcedhere over-taxed nerves. l/
was what smokers
in Chesterfield in fullest
Dr. :Miles' Nervine Is now get
today by the representatives made In two forms-Liquid and a I .S : j j
of measure-the flavor and aroma of mellow tt
a real estate corporation. Construction Effervescent Tablet. Both have ; ,

/ will begin within ten the same soothing effect. tobaccos, exactly blended and cross-blended. ."i' '
days. Between 400 and 1.0OQ $1.00 at your drag store Q
Persons! will be employed. Production Better ,{aste, and milder too !

will Include all varietiesof OR MIII"S'&t r i /

Florida fruit and vegetables
but citrus will be featured. Scoresof 1930.1.Jcaan. MrtM TOBACCO Co. + +g,.. i

canning plants are under construction NERVINETABLETS I a/'' sJi u
/ or ready for operation : : <

aU over the state citrus men report uam>mmntet>ccoca Jo/? 1 ,

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'j"11IAIJIPl'ON. 1 N X>UNT\ ON :
CANNER f < /
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I yN I., flM' Ada NhMiM; Cow. \ rmsl ." Placing the'county convict, ,
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I Ir f/vcigtyMR. Diminishing "Whol ,:,T' Special awards-by Senator Arthur Baldwin on Widening to Jacksonville Road from, 21.' IIttofne t''I IIi I

bronze
afternoon Aui and
Last Thursday Capper, of silver
Twenty-Vive Dropped; Bixtee State Board Give Wanting Notice. .' Now Under Way Id eral, In an opinion '('uderJ"Robert Ii
I 14th a car In which Allot Johi medals to the two 4-11, club girls "
1 Added to State reunion -'" "' best RrportConstruction Hansom st ,
son, Norma Johnson Thomi who Bradford co nt) AugUtU
'enter
AND MRS. V1N1NOKNTBBTAIN toll During Month Johnson Jessie Glbba: and Sallir "Beginning with-the school year home canned fruits vegetables ---.-:-:. states that, a county may hire !
J of *
Jars *\
will be accredited -I oh shoulders for its convicts to !
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1930-31. high school: any other
: no National I
j Baker were rdlng, was wrecked )i at and meats In the court
t I In spite of the rapid dlmlnsl the curve on' the highway nortl by the .State Board of Canning Contest at Shenandoah, each side of the Jacksonville road In ,the state to be wurkgl nom

Members of the Twentieth Cei Ing of the thin line of men In grey The car was Education unless, t.h"i:'elementary announced in a messageto between Jacksonville and Baldwin the public roads, bridge, IIr
ea4 of Hampton. Iowa is sb
,./ entertained Tue between the "wbieb It .is connectedhas I These shoulder,; err public' works of
tury Clubwere]' during the war running at a high rate of span school with the' Telegraph from Shenandoah began last week. that COUnt
'' j '',: day evening by Mr and Mrs. L. 1 1 1Vlnlng D. states the state pension boar and struck a northbound car and the same length: of term as the Iowa, where the contest Is will widen the road four feet. It Is merely a matter ?
,
$ J.,,, at tbelr borne on Walnut continues to receive application I turned over, hurling the inmate high school.'reads a notice which being held under the auspices of Camps have been located near discretion of the commiWOIir"f."

,j j' street from veterans according to MIss Into the ditch. was sent out today, .by. ,the state Household Science Institute. Baldwin by' the state road depart the county. '."t

:i Cut flowers were arrange" Roumelle Bowen secretary to th One of the Johnson girls was It department ,of public,\'Instruction. the Senator Capper long a friendof ment and machinery and road Judgo Carter goes >n to .

J t' 1!\ : throughout the rooms where the board. scantly killed her neck being For the current school year, the 4-H clubs and a member of building equipment U being moved plain: "This is the only provl io1

.1 I four table were Bet for bridge. Many who survived the battle broken. The other one suffer ,,1930-31, an elementary school National Committee- Boys'the. In as rapidly as possible. now existing for hiring out conll-

.... II Scores were added and Mr. I O. and diseases of the war are losing a fractured .kullllved to reach the! that runs eight months will.be' Girls' Club workr.In- makingthe The2 widening" began from the ty convicts, except that they k
mil
;J: I. L. Beasley and Mrs. S, L. Peek their fight with time. Twenty Gainesville hospital, but died at considered as meeting the require and awards said ,that [Ihe, hoped Baldwin end of the road and la upon such' terms as may be age .e

'f\. t' ,. were found to be holders of hlgl five pension checks l issued during six o'clock. ments even If the high school..with theca awards would serve to- encourage progressIng toward Jacksonville: upon lease or let !such prl onerllo

't- ; Dr. E. L. Biggs and Miss Mabl July to soldiers and widows hay The dead body and injured one which It is connected, runs for a home canning work Two feet will be added on eact the state road department nstof. teq

>fii , Weller made low. come back uncancelled.New longer term the notice elates?. side' making a total paved road keeping them In the 1
: 'were brought to town by theselec farm girls and that they county\ h
0 ': A salad and Ice. .course were pensions for five soldier I trio light truck of Palatka, wher Schools Connected would among of value to 4-H club way of 20 feet. where they are sentenced, .t'1sir :' who Included eleven widows who have at High school and elementary prove ol vlcts cannot 1'II
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. t'. served to the guests and Dr. M. V Miller rendered first leader. and extension workers in It Is expected that widening now be leaned or let
?,#I.+ ',1, : Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beasle; last, secured sufficient proof of aid to the wounded, and did all schools are defined as being "con- furthering this work. the road from Baldwin to Lake to private individuals, persona. or 11

'r the .1 I, Mr. and Mrs. N. Sternb rg, Mr. and claim were awarded by the board that could be done. Drs. Holland nected" when they are housed in City will begin later In the year corporations." 1'
Dr. and Mrs. E. meeting ,At tbi the building orr,when they The Capper medals are in addi- .
fr teed Mrs. F. F. Stump, at its recent MIddleton and Biggs were called same ; The addition of four feet to the 1
heat, L. Biggs Mr. and Mr,. 8 L. Peel, time, two widows who had not immediately and arrived within i a are in< buildings located on. the tion to the list of 470 prizes to- width 'of the: Jacksonvllle Lake 8TRAWIIKRRIKH: II1LPF:4RMER8 : 1

" '; Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr, been'' receiving payment wero re few minutes after the accident. same school slto; 'or., when there tollng $4,250 in cash, loving cups City highway should decrease : I'A Y DFItrg
disa. :, t Miss Mable Waller, and Mr.. J. J. Instated. are not more,,than,tour, elementary and ribbons which will be distributed the number of accidents l 9l
, ) The good ctlzens of Hampton greatly
tab, ) "j'j'I j'l l Truby; J' The board la paying 200 lee appreciate the hasty res ponce, of schools,,.1 in additloul'to' the high to the winners In the contest.award occurring upon this unusually dan Paducah, Ky., AUK. 15 -ww

.. pensions this August' than it did< I nurses'of Stark school(! or ,school< ('n Jan incorporated ,The, grand sweepstakes stretch of road. ern Kentucky's strawberry
f'J, the doctors and a' gerous crop
with It
;' last,' for although more than that town or cl ,ynpn'Wntn6! same of the contest carries this season enabled many firm. 0vi
I a 'I ..1'; 1: MR.: AND MRS. BRANCH number have died, others have( to this emergency render call assistance and their to special.tax school district In city cash prize of six hundred dollars.I t era to pay off their debts for the ,

11. : i KNTKUTAIN: <: been added to the roll. Now of willingness to systems every elementary .school The contest Is open to every wo FRED PARMENTER: KILLED first time in many years I
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humanity.Mr.
) S, I the 2,360 pensioners, only '44 are suffering will be considered as "connected"with man.and girl There are no restrictions BY CHAKOKD WIREFormer The crop yielded Z\i\ carloaiU I
were
and Mrs. Wm. Bugg
- D j i'11.VII!1' VII j .A delightful affair of Baturdaevening glven ;.. old soldiers. The dlsproportlor business visitors to Starke las some high school ..t.1. explained as to the nature of the '- that brought a gross Income of r
" newJl :I" was a shrimp supper between the women and the men in the notice. food sent. Contestants may enter Htarkn Citizen Electrocuted $625,000.' The net price to
that : by ,.Mr and Mrs. E. E. Brand the Monday. of publl vegetable or meat division in Jacksonville Friday grow
( ; i'f' explained as being due to The state department the fruit era averaged $4.25 a crate
Jacksonville
the 'I ;;1 of, Jacksonville, at Camp Branch act that the former were u.ually! Rev. Dixon of al, Instruction also advised count any two of these divisions, or Jacksonville Aug. 16.-Fred The first commercial shipment r

l uy 5 iy'I ,, Xingsley Lake. younger ,than their husbands all preached two excellent sermons school boards and superintendent all three. Entries should be sent Parmenter., of Fifty-first street of raspberries was made
/ j Branch' the First Christian church of fron
riti 'I Enjoying Mr and Mrs. ] of Whom must be over 80 )'earaof that a representative of the department immediately upon canning. Thesewill and Buffalo avenue employ of western Kentucky this year Dewberries .
.' t, .1f hospitality were: Mr. and Mrs. W age now With the payment! Hampton last Sunday.Mr. will assist In, Uetermln be kept on exhibition at the city electric department was also were shipped Grow 4

f; : I : M. WaInwrIght, Mr. and Mrs. H 'averaging $40 per month, pensions and Mrs. Bishop of Jack. fug which ,elementary schools are Shenandoah till the closing of the electrocuted about 8:30 o'clock ers plan increased berry '. 4u
'( Mrs. J. W. An sonvllle are the guests of Mrs. Die acreage
? "wI I' C. Wall, Mr. and to be paid this month will connected with given high schools, contest on October 1. yesterday morning at Orange Park for the next season.Jacksonville "
.;--- drewlI; Jr., Senator and Mrs. E.I' hop's father, A. M. Williams. contest Judges Includes in contact ,
list of
reach approximately $96,000, Mist If such assistance la resulred. The when his body came .
M. Johns and Mr. and Mrs. J., C Dr. E. L. Biggs of Starke was a tha'these five of America's outstanding tension wire. '
HII' Bowen staled.FIXPRESI3 The notice also ,states with a high Widening
visitor here last Mon mat
Robinson. professional interpretations- to be home economics experts and Parmenter was said to have B
. l' highway No. 3 from Trout river
to I I' lay. consIdered as applying separate!; nutrition authorities, headed by been cutting weeds around the /
':. RKFRIGK11ATIOV: Rev. NorrIs of Lacrosse will Bridge to muniictpal airport will
white schools." Louise Stanley, chief of the electric sub-station at Orange
JUNIOR WOODMKN CIRCLE SERVICE: TO UK KXTKNDKBContinued Breach at the Baptist church next to and negro Dr. : light start shortly
. bureau of home economics, U. S. Park when he accidentally touch
I Live Oak-W. B.
( from page 1).' Sunday.A. Kennedy;! t
BOOKS FOR .TTH TO 12T1E. Department of Agriculture. That ed a' wire 'charged with 13,000 N
y Ateatna The Junior Woodmen Circle held M. Williams and Mr. end Sons Tobacco Company leased old
} Its regular meeting Tuesday ,evening trlngent restrictions of diversion des Bishop were shopping In .,4lltA. ES,, If: the JudgIng may be thofpughly\ im volts. An ambulance from'' the Buick garage building on Ohio
should be and the display,.of Jars ab+ Funeral Parlors was
ac- partial Seashole
Shippers
privileges. _
with !JII avenue
i at four o'clock, every atnesvllle this week. I 'and will use It as tobacco,
qulckl) ; f officer In his chair. orded unlimited reconslgnlng reources. A. A. McDonald, who Is attend. For conventeutirof i school pa solutely uniform, contestants are rushed to Orange Park but Par- re-handling house.

tern All visitors were Introduced by There would seem to be Irons. the list of books required by;: required to send their entries-In menter was dead 'when'it arrived.
In Switzerland
to business ,,
tlon\ our able attendant in an impressive no good reason for restricting the ng his students\ from the.seventh through i standard glass Jars of the quart Parmenter is survived by his -
the week-end with fam.
,j manper and several Interesting number of diversions on a shipment pent the twelfth grades published below size. A sample Ball mason Jar and widow, Mrs. Mary Parmenter of 666 I

:'they a Jitou talks on Junior Woodcraft from Florida unless the same Ily here. together with:' the price of carton, together with prize entry thIs city; his mother, Mrs. J. L.
school here is
; The
All public pro.greulnl' '
were given. It was also stated reason might be good from other dlection each. Seventh and eighth grade labels and full information for en- Parmenter of Starke; two broth- Relieve a llendnch or mrnlcl |f. I
under the able
that our state manager would be producing> sections. Market Conditions ; nicely students will use ,same texts ai tering may be had without cost ers. Lacy Parmenter of Starke and 3O minute, check* a Cold thr. .1.,..

. present) at our next Junior meetIng are subjected to change of Prof. L. II. Futch and last year, with regular,'exchange by writing the National Canning O. W. Parmenter of this city and day, and .,.._.. Malarl, l. itrn
its able assistants
in September our circle being overnIght and what seems the logIcal value, while books used hereto Contest, Shenandoah, Iowa. three sisters Misses Maggie and .a.rYl.
Miss Thelma Sullivan has been COO alHO In Table.tltSTERL
among the largest in number in destination for the shipment fore' for ninth to twelfth grades) Any preferred method of ,can- Dollie Parmenter and Mrs. Emma
spending a few days with her
Florida, and also among the best today may not be so tomorrow. Sul- are of no value except LIteratureand ning may be used although it has I Hodges all of Starke.'
In work. The practices prevailing In straw- randmother[ Mrs. Josephine Life Books One and Two. The been found that the hot pack I Funeral services will be held at COURTNEYINSURANCE

Our drill team put on Initiatory berry marketing prevent abuse of Iran new adoption of text books covert method together with the use oVa 230 o'clock thin afternoonfrom : .
and
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Moore
work for seven new members at version( privileges for this commodity attended a period of eight ,years, or until pressure cooker for the sterilizingis the Marcus Conant chapel. The And
Mae Weest
use -
romans ,this meeting and our new captain,, la never tramped but always Farmers'Kathryn Week In Gainesville. July 1, 1938: best, especial y for non-acid cervices will be conducted by Eldjr REGISTERED REAL

James Hollingsworth, Is doing rolled steadily forward to 7th grade: Ward's speller, 60c';; vegetables stated Grace Viall Gray, H. B. Skipper, pastor of the ESTATE BROKER
Cleveland Sullivan and family
feed, some splendid work. market.. Hart.[ Math. book/ li 85c; Bun- nationally known canning expert Second Advent''Christian'church.. Starke Fla.
have been the Mr.luillvatt's .
guests ,
tadr We hope to have several new III recently IIg's English book ,,11;; DOe; Jr who Is secretary of the contest. Interment; will be in West Ever.
mother Mrs. J. P. Sul- '
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betas members to be presented at out Routing restrictions In the tar. ; High Literature. book 1, $1.60;;; This method of canning is recommended : green cemetery.

hiadyl ... next meeting In September-it. ft of last-leason should be made Ivan. Environment, bog| 1. $1,2,5;;: by the U., 3., Department

Cano or of our state. managers visit. I ess' severe. The shippers would Higher Geography, $ 62.8th of Agriculture because U saves STEAM PRESSING 'COMPANY

,. After the meeting closed the be able to divert their traffic from 'fAKINO OF LIQUOR- grade;, Wards speller 60c.; time and fuel and assures sterility CLOSED ALL DAY LABOR DAY," SEPTEMBER lot

; Junior supervisor surprised ou Juniors one section to 'another when necesary FOR FAMILY NOT Hart's[ Math book, 2,< 85r; Bun- while preserving the natural flavor

I by announcing the Joint picnic "and the tariff should make ILLEGAL: RULES JUDGE Ig's English!: book 2, 90a Jr. High color, and texture of the can. J. Frank Th.oman-Phone 52

tn egudlcla with the Gainesville Juniors Friday possible as wide a range of routes Literature, book 2, $1.60; Envlrnment ned article.HIG1lWAY. ...--- ---- --------

Ne oIf 22nd. All mothers desiring as may be compatible with fast Miami Fla., Aug. 13.-Posses- ,'book 2, $1.60; Thompson

to accompany their Juniors may do ervlce.. These shippers do not Ion and use of intoxicating Ilqlar Ilstory$1.15. DEPARTMENT W WANTED and

BO. It will be an all day picnic atKingaley eslre''' to specify' the lines over in the home for family and 9th grade: Correct English, 97c; MAY CONSTRUCT LINK Poultry Eggs,

p 'I! lake, BO bring your suit which the traffic should move as ;uests Is not a violation of federal Literature &: Life Book 3$1,66; .
ASSERTS: ,FRED DAVIS White lb. ______________18c
Leghorn Hens __ _
:' and a good lunch. Be at the W. this prerogative seems best left !in law, according to Judge Halstead Arnold's speller, 49c: World History -

If ICOOMrBdanj t the i \w O. W. Hall not later than1030.: he hands of the Express manage- L. RItter of the United States die, In Making, $1.83; Environment The state 'department has Mixed lIens, 3 1-2 to 4 1-2 Ibs., lb. ________--19c

\ nent. Some, consideration should rlct court as he dismissed the book 3, $1.69; 1st\,.Year Latn full authority under the law to 'Large Hens 5 to 6 Ibs., lb. _______________20c
apt o GREEN.NTItOUPMr. be given to such conditions as exst ass/ of Mrs. Mary Finn, charged 1.21; let year Algebra; ,$1.11.

.'.rr e'oilier ,; Cincinnati where the South- with, possession and manufacturef 10th grade: correct : English),, construct state road a No.connection 13 and state between road Fryers, mixed 2 to 3 Ibs., lb. ______________22c

Floyd Green 'of Starke, and 'astern Express seems better lo- Intoxicating liquor. 97c) ; Literary Life, Book 2. $1.66 ; No. 14 at Gainesville accordingto Fryers, W. Leghorn, 2 to 3 Ibs., lb. __________20c

4 Miss Ines Stroup of Crystal River ated for delivery and arrange- But a warning to Miami' house- Arnold'.. .peUer. ... c; 2nd.1YearAI-\ an opinion by Attorney General Eggs white infertile, market price, less 10 percentWe
.i titdV were united in marriage Wed- nents should be made either to lolds,that possession of liquor Is rebra. $1.14; 42nd .'Y ar ,Latin,, Fred II. Davis.

40 to \i nesday at the courthouse, the cere- hip In connection with that Ex- a> violation of state law whether 11.45; World..Hlafpry<,\ ( ., .Today,, The proposed link connecting furnish cases and fillers free of charge. We

ore \ being performed by County press Company or to switch cars 11.83 BlologyiL.34.1,1th poultry and eggs' twice week or"if more
mony sale Is contemplated or not was is- ; . ,.?: "4 the two state highways will If pick up a ,

,LYaal :i Judge Qeo. A. Gardiner Mr.and a\ ,Cincinnati' with, the switching: ued by J, V. Dilllon, assistantounty'aollcitor I tgrad| !)rC9Hpo8UlpA,',andRhetprlc$1.35.r dOluitructed. extend for'a distance convenient, deliver to S. R. Johns Grocery Co.,

d Mrs. Green will make their home barges absorbed: Local l conditions who said that,the \ :, !Literature,tand of less than one mile 'and will be S.
at
it Starke. For all further information inquire
order In Starke. perhaps exist in other mar. people should not be 'mIsled by a Life, $1.79;, ElementaryEconom- entirely within the grounds of the
,
hour e eta; which require'attention: decision of a federal district Judge. Ics, $1.47; Soda) Clxlca, $1.30; University of Florida: R. Johns., agents, or write

Cord uhllp FARM RELIEF ogether they' are not, recalled at Judge Rltter, In the case of Mrs. Physlc 'w jn60h ..R bolt/ '. ", t The attorney general's opinion

'ala ", his time. FInn also ruled that liquor for 12th grade; ?Composition and was In answer to a request for legal Rosenberg 'Produce Company

t Recently I read a yarn IV use by. the family may be,maim- Rhetoric, $1.35; Literature and advice from B. A. Meglnnias,

;, On how to decorate the barn Shippers desire that the Express actured at home, although menu Life.: Book 4, $2,07; American attorney for the state road depart St. Augustine FloridaSuccessful

f"! With colors soothing to the eyes ervice be extended to include otter tcture is technically a violationf fllstory. $1.69; Chemistry, $1.62. ment.

In pleasing ways that harmonize. markets and the suggestion Is the law. It is held by this court, .- - ---- --- --- -
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IY This, the dairyman allows. hat this service might well be the ruling said, that a search war PAIR ARRESTED FOR I'' ' ,' '' ' ' '
THEFT OF1 BATTKRYOcala.Aug. ,,:! i\'IWINI'IIIIIIW'llII'IIllIllIIIII"WlmN'II'IIN1m'llIlI\ !, :, : ": ,, , ,,''wIIIIII:::..Yll1lml'llllmlwm, : :
srIt's ,;: Makes kind faced and contentedcows. irovlded all destinations wlthn ant cannot be obtained or a homeaarched

< the range of fifth or 6th mornIng without an affidavit that ----JJ.

,' delivery., ,Minneapolis, Wlnnl- liquor is' being sold. 14.-;TW. Everett, T

..ereda M (Any futuristic scheme peg, Denver, Des Moines Sioux Unless liquor Is sold, a home Is 15, of Curry vllle, Oa., and Raymond

i..; ;;Would quickly sour the milk and City' Kansas City and perhaps as free from search, the ruling con- Prescott, 18; of Lawtey,

torupo cream.) far west as Salt Lake City might Inued, and unless the proper war. earlY yesterday morning? ,were; apprehended Advertising

1 be. included In the tariff. Statisticshow ants have' an affidavit of sale, by< police when, it 'was
:
From Jersey comes a story where that these cities use the comnodlty larch and arrest cannot result In reported that their were seen, but I

0. Producing hens are ."on the aIr" In considerable volume and onvlction.M1TICK. lot then recognlied as attempt-

eek ;(,I'd >And with acquired aesthetic taste we feel certain that this extensionf InK to steal' a'bgtteryfroman: au- .IIIIII'lIlIlllIllIlnlll"II.I''II1I1II1II''II1'.III.111I' '' , ' '' '" N/AWWWWIININIIIIIIUWIp11WWNIlIINWNWpYWIlYN1YtlWNaW11WYWIY., "" "" ';" ' ,,, '' '' ''U.II'1IN1U"1JI1I.''' ...... 111
U !';i. Let not a moment go to waste: > the service would make posslile TO GROWERSAll omoblle as'ir' ".foofd. #Jti a,prl/ate aWWnmAWnnlwman.NnnWIWlWnmm. ,' ' """""' 'm'''IAYnmhMnuoNWnmmWANemualNaumtlonlWN' '''''' . ''' "' ' umnwnnWanWmm'"WnnaumWalfoululnutlnnNWnmm,. '". ","rnmm,, ,,rmm,, ",,mnr, ,,earn,,, ''''....,d'r .

a t. Jncreased results they plainly the disposal; of a large percen- Sarage.i! .,I ., " "c. \
. '
:! members Positive Identification of the
show ; age of volume.During of the Bradford ,\ 1
% I IN :NWhen laying eggs by radio. V County Strawberry and Vegetable battery., as'well as a jack and tire

\ Y ) the past season shlp- rowers'( Association are urged to pump was made yesterday mornIng ..

.i (Yes, it is-the summer static pers> fund themselves troubled ttend a meeting of the assocla- by the owner of the battery- Hundreds I
of national advertisers realize that the
'That makes the quality so erratic with'the large carload minimum, lon at the court house Aug.: 22 less machine a man named Holey \- large

adlr I .) and due thought should be giveno 930, at 8:00: o'clock p. m. a newcomer to Ocala; who re- F .

t the Idea of reducing this mIni. L. D. Green, Pres. ides( on the edge of'the city "limits buying public must be induced to covet their products. ,It

This brings up the question then sum, It might'; be possible to ata'n .- near'North Torrey.avenue. ,

\ To synchronise the porkers' pen; the desired end by working CARD OP THANKS. !I When taken'lnto custody by the J

Landscaped gardens and a moat mt some, stop-over plan. police on suspicion they denied is apparent that neither'curiosity, indifference or amaze- I Iment'will

,For ba ba Sheep, and nanny goat; The foregoing suggestions cover In loving memory of Mrs. Mary dealing the 'battery or anything
that will' find alterations In the service of Vllltams, as a mother and grand- lse. The pair proved stubborn to

r t 'Conductive.Environment to a peaceful mind. last .year that seem necessary to i mother. we wish to express our answering questions of police, but do this. Appreciation of the true. merit of the I

his shipper group. neatest appreciation tendered us Finally confessed yesterday after- t I

I I "(With free use of this diagram Dover Growers Assn. (Dover). durIng her sudden death. We wish, icon when they were told by Police wares is absoluely imperative.

t ,t :'Dispense with sugar In the ham.) J. W.: Gallagher, (Dover.) to thank all for the kind words of, Chief Harry Fauaettt Jr,, that /

H. W. Burch Inc. empathy also for the beautiful' :hey might as well come "clean" ....
U loral offerings given during our or1ake more serious consequence (-
I When fairly started plans. no L. (I. Couch
; ad ness. It is reported they sold ,
doubt R. J. )lead, that .
i' formed and working E. \V. Wiggins. Her children and grandchildren: :wo batteries to, an Ocala, Junk .
be
,
1 Will soon We will be
pleased to analyze
V dealer for 35 conts.'ln the proualon your problems
;: 0 out, p, II. Yarn ,. .
} k For every beast and bird and fish; O. W. Hodges, FOR CITY CMCRKI : of the Junk Iqtbeback I ; of .
he car a pair of bolt shears cap-
I All that run or fly or swish. East JlU1 borough Co. Chamber
!his scientific ways to charm of Commerce. hereby announce my candidacy ble'of'cutting the locks on gasoline -

tfnelr existence on the farm. for re-election as clerk treasurer tanks was found. '
('ORRF: ii'ONUENTB: !I SinS and tax collector of the city of It is expected, that they will be

t still COPY tarke; subject to the action ofthe urned' over to county officers today Bradford
( (But you and I will worry County TelegraphPRINTERS
e '$o get our bag of grist to mill.) -- voters In the election of Sep- and charged with petty lareny. -
In The Packer. All news matter sent In for pub- tuber 9th. Your support will be (" Police believe the tag on
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cation must be signed, and this pprecluted. he car Is stolen but that one of AND PUBLISHERS

Jacksonville Robert O.' Las. pplles to the occasional news C A FUTCH. ___ he two Is the rightful owner of r

Slier Company received contract Item writer as well as our regular he antiquated automobile.

for repairs to Jetties mouth of St. respondents. Writers are ask- Lake City-Dairy Maid Store .

ed 1 to bear this In mind, as unslgn1 Doited..at 112 North Dixie high- Quincy Cigar factory. openedy , .
Jotins river, to cost approximately ft 'WrwmiN': WWYWAY'' '! AWXN"I1IWNNRneMpq.WpIANNI"II4/1tlrc': : ' ' '"; ._
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zr.Mrs.: '
-T7 M .. and Mrs.'"1:1)) 'H. idtch and A. H. nail ,of Jackson:
.t' :, .' famUy havV; 'mov d' in after three ville': and baby Sharon returned KLYSTON'lEll{'fS' .
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weeks at the 'tlek" ottace on home' Spuday' (after several day.visit' Mlu II.'.. 0.d... Cor. 1
Bit's'of I Kingsley lake. I with beta parents': 'Mr. and
Mrs Hutto. Tlllman Hutto accompanied -
attended the community -
About forty
Miss May If. Patchett has returned tbew-.hfeme'; and will
afternoon. of Modern Merchant
spend this week with hie sister. picnic Friday Diary a
from her vacation. which
.. Mr. J. H. Lawrence and daughter -
g local tI Pr y she spent in Aahevtllet N. C., and w.'I' .r Helen have returned to their
'Indian Head
Birmingham,. Ala. J. R. Howe of< ...
Maryland arrtved-'fti Starke last 'home on Lake geneva after an absence ,,, .
Thursday and'wIlrAnake'his home of two months In the north. ,
Concerning, Oar People Butinett and' , Dr.,and 1\Irs..A. H. Freeman, and here, H. has owned trroperty'near' Mrs. Austin Bliss and baby son .fl .'
of the and granddaughter, Barbara of Ocala, of
Progress County Town. Stark for twentY-five years and of Jacksonville are guests ,
were visiting friends here last,Fri- and Mrs
'. since retiring from ; government' Mrs.: Bllas' parents Dr. .
j day .
service ,will Improve-.. holdings Rupert.
o > '' Miss Irma Johns of Hampton Is Up at seven, breakfast at seven-thirty then down to the 4
= ----- - -------- and build a home:ln Starke.
[LKATHEH. : REPORT Mr. Sammy Sternberg and Miss .Mr. and Mrs.-Orle Wiggins have the guest of Mr. and Mrs. D. O. store for a big_ day's business We are all swept out every'

Ruth Steinberg spent Wednesdayat returned from a ten..'day trip to 'Mrs Janle'' Woodward and Stewart.Mr. thing dusted and clean everybody rarln to go. First customer .
points InNorth.JCaroUna.. daughter.; Elizabeth,.Donnell War- .'and Mrs. Shirley Holms and wants a spool of yellow cotton thread; had several different -
Lending Aug. 20. 1930. by Jacksonville/ Beachwith, friends : /I>'"ilii'HI Hi |lt
J-orestry,Department., Stalksto .' "-"' V T.'D. Rlcken'ba'ek'e'r of Bowman N. C.,' and Mrs.' M.' B Bishop and and Joan of Tampa spent the sale. gosh how I hate to lose the first sale; It seemst to me as
Fljfure and printed!,voiles 15c 8. C., Is spending several days In sons, Jacksonville! returned to week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Fred though losing the first sale gives me hard luck for the balanceof

Max: MIn. Preclp. at Stump's. StarKe before going on to Gainesville their homes Monday1 after a stay' Carr. the day., Here comes another customer; he wants a pair '.
and, Orlando.Mr. at the Klckliter'cottage at Kings- Misses Helen Lawrence Arneeta of overalls, but says that 89c a pair Is too much; he can get p
If 88 70 Mrs. J. W. White spent several ley'lake. >araL i and Helen Ogden Messrs. H. R them from Roebuck for 69e and they look just as good as

15 90 69 days this week in Live Oak visit- and Mrs. E. W. Comptonand .... Lawrence 0. R. Geiger and 0. L. mine; that Is the picture does. Well. I won that case but it
16 91 '71 Ing Mrs. S. J. White. her mother Mrs. Fred Sapp of Mr.' Brock and''l'Iung. eon of Bird were dinner guests of Mrs. took salesmanship The next customer a lady' wants to ape

17 92 73 Jacksonville attended the funeral Clearwater spent Mon.ay, and Ella Bird on Sunday. some cloth; I have already ,pulled down every piece of cloth std stdbut
18 -- .41 Mr. and Mrs. Levy'Norman have of Mrs. Mary W'lllams who was' Tuesday In Stark' the guests of Miss Helen Lawrence Mrs.. Ella one. and .she! says that ,lahe really' didn't want any cloth
19 93 71 .13 announced the' birth .of a son 'on Mrs., Sapp's mother. Mr. and *Irs, Hetbert Pitman.' Mr, Bird Mrs 0. H. Clark and Arneeta today but was only looking for her husband; I said "Madam! y
'0 U 71 .27 Tuesday, Aug. 19. 'Brock lea .brother i of'the well-] Ogden drove 'to Palatka Monday if you think.he Is behind that last piece of cloth I'll pull it +
I rainfall for week 0.81 In.jo Miss Florence Matthews left known flroot' Sisters"4f radio Messrs. O.; R. Geiger. II. R down." That's the way it goes on all day long; some are easy

i MrB. T B. Massle and children Tuesday accompanying Mrs. RJ E. fame, who .tis'lit "Eer8bent ''being Lawrence and G. L. Bird returned to sell and some are hard, but the harder they are the better '
tops, cushions and cush- and' Miss Madge MIddleton were Lee and Miss Mary Ella Edwardsto featured over.th>6: NAtttnal 'Broadcasting Friday from a trip down the I !Mke it. believe It or not. I used to think I would ratherbe

vcrs. M. Leviton. 26tfI la Jacksonville Wednesday. Lake Worth 'where she will chain. 'and also playing In. southern part of the elate stop- a doctor than a merchant but I have changed my mind because F
.' spend several days. vaudeville In New, York. City: ping at Orlando. Lake Wales Tampa I have noticed that when a doctor goes cuttln every

I Fred Guy left this week for Miss Virginia Peace has returned '0 St. Petersburg, West Palm body feels sad, but when I cut prices everybody smiler.at.ae u
a City to Jacksonville after visiting Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Allbritton, Elsewhere In this" issue appearsa Beach Miami and other cities III

Mrs. E. L. Biggs for several days. of Bronson Misses Lillian and Eva list of text books tequlred for the' south. I 1."' inn if
Allbritton of Jacksonville were the 7th to 12th grades, also pricesof A baby daughter arrived at the ???. ;. :QTTDlUREDn'Q R.t,al'law -in Vsuss
j, G Godwin of, Ralford ,and home of Mr. and Mrs.' Nell Sar I -.n"'". M..11our
Books school
Starke Monday afternoon.and LacUc'll Mash dresses on sale at here Sunday to see' Mr. and Mrs. same. sup- et tat UlLllliULllU .1
I Htump'n, 8Oo.. L. C. Ray. plies will only be bold for rash. gent Sunday morning Aug. 1 T. r..lu..d ....e U ysnXaSS.... p
No exceptions whatever. If Misses Ruth Lawrence and lust' ..."'. "' " *.". .*.....
Mrs. A. S. Crews were. you Dodd returned Saturday br . TilE RELIABLE STORE
Unonvllle Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Kenney Townsend Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Buford and know' your grade buy early and Margaret
I and children of Lake Butler daughter Gloria Mrs. R. T. Huff avoid the rush. J. W. Morgan, 8- from a very enjoybale trip to Key ,Next to Playing Golf My Hobby is Fitting Shoes Correctly; +,
West and other cities in the south-
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'ark Sheet. 81x00 atfc's were In Starke Wednesday.Mr. and children Gloria Leigh and
I ern part of Florida. I
Dean spent Sunday in Gainesville
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and Mrs. J. U.-Cbancey and visiting Mrs. J. H. Smith.
Alexander was a business daughter oJLake Butler: :were here returned Sunday after 'a ten days NNt1N.......'.......... were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Leon
here from Waldo Tuesday. 'Yednesdayafternoon. Mr. Bill Edwards, who was call- visit In Oxford. WHdWood 'and : Conner Sunday afternoon.We k
LAWTEY' Boolse''s Beach
ed to Jacksonville'from Louisiana Coleman, Fla.' The!y'were accom- \ are glad to report that Mrs.S. .

C H. Drlggers of Lake But- Dr. E. L. Smith of.St. Augustine on account of tbe'' illness of his panied home by Mr.:an Scott and Miss 'A feR.. brook of .
[,,,9 a visitor here Monday. spent Wednesday with pr. father, D. R EdWards, spent Mon- Mary .\ several days serious Illness at the
O. L. Haynes: iMiss day{,here with reUtttves.. Oxford and Mr. GOdrK >>Blalr of \Mrs Willy. Gainey and childrenof Marr hospital

1 John Torreulla of New York I .. Wtldvrood. They returned Sunday Laura Lowery Miami are spending several Mr. T. N, Norman. Mr] and Mrs.
L upending his vacation here.; Louise Edwards was In Mrs. L. L. Roatie of 'New Or: afternoon to their liafter. a Mrs. Laura Lowery of Lawtey days here visiting Mr.. and Mrs. lt. II. M. McRae and little daughter '
Jacksonville this week visiting her leans, La., and Mrs. John Love short visit. *e"f passed away at her' home Monda N. Crawford.Mr. motored to Sanderson Friday.Mi .
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JL Ethel Griffin has been vls- sister Mrs., H. S. Long. Wilkes of Jacksonville were visiting at one o'clock., She had only been and Mrs. J. L. Gasklns and \ and Mrs. Weeley McRae'
|In Jacksonville this week. their slater Mrs. A. Z. Ad- Misses' I Franaesi. rand"r1lattb'aWhiddon 111 for three days and her/death children were visitors to Lake were visiting their parents here
Mr.: and Mrs. .J. R. Boring Jr., kins last week. of GainesvlIlVMlBS Helen . came as a shock to her relativesand Butler last Saturday. Sunday afternoon.

HI I Yellow Homespun 8c at and little son of Waldo, were in Bryce of Hrycevllle; Miss Juan- many friends. Mr. Harvey Batton of Jacksonville -i ti i
,i5. Starke Tuesday afternoon. Mi.' and Mrs. T. N. Kendrick Ita Stokes of Callahan Harry She had been a resident of Law- were the guests of Miss Leesburg Standard 011 Service
and Misses Elizabeth and Eatelle Stewart and Jimmie Lasslter of tey for a number of years. The Frankle Lou Murrhee last'Thursday station at corner of 12th and

and Mrs Glen G/. Searing Senator A. D. Andrews of Lake Kendrick left Tuesday for a two Jacksonville Milton Bryce of funeral was held at the Lawtey afternoon. West Main street, taken over by y
j this week to Valdosta, Ga., Butler was a business visitor to week's stay,in Charlotte and other Bryceville and Pete Brlnson of Baptist church where she had Mr and Mrs. Cecil Crawford N. D. Thomas. ,
| they will make their home. Starke Wednesday. points In North Carolina. Baldwin spent the week-end at been a faithful member. The In- will spend some time here with his

Ktngsley lake. The party was terment was in Evergreen. cemetery. parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. N.. craw-
R Lois Adklns is spending Dressmaking of all kinds. Ten Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ritch, Jr., chaperoned by Mrs. J. E. CorpenIng. ford.Mr. NOTICE or TAX APPLICATIONFOU IIKKII : o

Uk In Gainesville with Missret years experience., ;Mrs." Pearl Say- Mr, and Mrs. J. I. Stanford and : She leaves to mourn her loss and Mrs. Ralf Carrol of Wa- I
Adklns. der. Starke. 8222t. Mrs. B. U. McCoy and family of seven children: A, J. Lowery and teroak were the guests of Mr and Notice Is herb given, that Oo.v. '
Mrs. LeRoy Roan'of/' New'Or- Mr.. Francis Wiggins; of Jackson A. Uardlnvr. holder of Tax Certlfl-
Alachua are occupying the Peek Mrs. R. N Crawford last Sunday. cat* No. 129, Sixth day of Augusr.
W. E. MIddleton and Miss Mr. L. S. Hutto attended theS. cottage at Kingsley lake leans, La., and mother, Mrs. M. E. vllle: Jim Lowery of Glen St. M;. and Mrs. Cecil Crawfordand A. D. 1888. has lied said v.rtlfh'at. d

> Middleton were In Jack- A. L. fish fry In Tallahassee Edwards, of Lawtey.tare.expected Mary, Mrs Hallle Alvarez, or Mrs. R. N. Crawford spent last In for my tax olMce deed! to and Issue made thereon application In M.* '
tltlmt/ / Friday' Saturday and returned Sunday, Mrs. D. P. Carpenter Mrs. T. T. to arrive tomorrow''foe* a visit with Starke: Mrs.. Lacy Redding oJacksonvlller Friday night at St. George Ga. ., with law. Said. certificateembrsree ,
their sister and daughter respectIvely 'Mrs.' Roscoe' Strick- the following de.crlaedproperty
- - Long Mrs.W. T.Jackson; Mrs. B. .
Timing ninl Hone. $1.OO up 'Mr' P: Q. Madct ''' Alachuawas S. Carroll 'and Misses Flora Belle Mrs. J. C. AdRfiis,' Mrs Edwards land of Wlmamau and Mrs. Geo ty Florida situated, to.wit In Bradford cuun* 1
a business visitor in Starke Jackson and Ethel Grlflln spent has been In Jacksonville for Howell of Lawtey. besides a num East half of flock XO, ae extendedon
bll..luteJy guaranteed At .
'8. f Wednesday.' Tuesday In Jacksonville. some time with her sdn, who, has per of grandchildren'and other RISING 'Original tCnuey! :!Town Map of EJI Hlarke Mouth, Section 106.feel.XSTiiwnnhlp

been quite ill,' but whom friends relatives. The community sympathizes HIM Ir.., M..Rae, C... s, ,Mouth" Range 12 .....L f
L. A Reynolds of 'LoulaN. Miss Cassie White Is spending Miss Eva Rigdon returned home will learn Is much Improved.. with the bereaved ones under The the assessment sale cortlflcnto of aald Issued property waG n

C. Is visiting her mother several weeks in Hendersonvllle, last Saturday after spending the Gainesville Evening News, Satur- In their loss. Miss Nellie Edwards of Crosby In the name of F. II. tons'Unlene ;

g. F, Johns. N. C. past two weeks as the guest of day. :A. A. Grlffls left Tuesday for Lake attended B. Y. I'';. U. here aocordlnic said certificate to Inw shall, tax. be dft redeemed *<-twill
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her sister, Mrs. J. L., Corbett of New Orleans where be will take a Sunday night. |issue thereon on the 13nd day

N, Sternberg was the guest Mrs. W. B. Mundy Jr., spent Tampa and Mlsa .Hazel Wyatt of L. C. Klckliter and children, boat for a cruise In foreign wa- Mr, L. Crawford made a business of Bated September this ,lOth A. t)day. JII30:! of, August A.
5. II. C. Neff in Jacksonvilleeek several days at the home of Mrs.T. Bradenton.Mr. Lacey Mae Azaleen and Douglas, ters. He will be gone for several trip to Palatka last Friday. D, 11)30.
left for Starke Bradf&rd county, monthi. O W. ALDERMAN.Seai .
A. Steele of Gainesville last
MiV and Mrs. W. C, demons ( Clerk of Circuit Court.
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week. and Mrs. J. J. Rigdon had early this morning. They expect Mrs Styles! Bohaman and two and children of Hellbronn Springs Bradford County:!,, Florida. U
H. L. Brownlee, :Jr., of At- as their! dinner guests last Sun- to spend three weeks',on' Klngsley: children arrived Monday night for ft-23-5t-B-IO .
> Is spending his two week's Mrs.. T. A. Steel and children day Rev. Ryals of High Springs lake, six miles from Starke' in a a'visit with her parents, Mr. and d1t
|ion here. and Mrs. F. A, Moore spent Sun- Rev. W. M. Moody of Lacrosse and cottage which belongs to a brother Mrs. A, M. Blanchard.
day at the home .of Mr. and Mrs. and Rev. Lloyd Johns of New River of MrKickllter.' "l'Cere'iM'an' '. Mrs.. K. E.! Burney and eon. DII- A
abundance of "hetfvyr( oak shade ly; In Jacksonville
and Mrs: W. M. Hendry of J. B. Sapp. spent Sunday '
around the Fake 'and'it has the with her Elder and Mrs. !
> parents. r
a are located in the Moore
si.at Klngsley lake. Misses Lois Colley and Eva, Mar- Mr.: and Mrs. W,< J., Epperson nameof' being an idealplace to .H. V.''Skipper. LET'S ALL GO TO THE SHOW
cotte spent the week-end in Atta- had Jas guests Sunday:;: Mr. and spend a''"Vftc4tlo'iWfIMf.-'KI! : <>kllter ''W, .i''/ Edwards! went'uptoiJackitonville -

(>r Brand Shoes are ,better-- pulgus Ga.,'with Mr. and Mrs.:W.: Mrs.' Jim Curtis.Kof St. Peters, expects to'dcP ii''r*<'t4 lad at Stump's.. A. Colley. burg. Mr. B. M. Kpight of Berlin, ing while there, 'ban's'' ''and'" bream brother who Is a patient In St.
Ga.;, and Mr. and 'Mrs.. Dale Van- being very numerous..' At the end Luke's I hospital.
of the vacation period MIss'Lacev' Mrs. A, M. Blanchard went FREE FREE FREEWe
I. John Williams of Albany Misses Molly Hardee and Mamie Sickle of Gainesville up ,
|was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Lou Brown of Fernandina were Mae will go on to appoint In N. to Jacksonville Monday night to
Beasley Sunday. guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. A.-Davis Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Halle' and Carolina where she will attend cola meet his daughter Mrs. Styles Bo
at Klngsley lake this week. children and their guests, Mr. and : lege this winter.-Stuart. Dally haman who Is Is visiting here.

'. John Guy of Warrenton, Mrs. M. J. Mollie of Rutledge. Ga., News, Monday. Mrs. Marguretle Register and have made, arrangements with :Mr. Pitman
ii here with his parents Rev. Miss Hazel MIddleton Is expected and Misses Faye and Carolyn Hollls baby of Jacksonville spent a week

Sw. J. T.. QUY home Saturday from Quincy of Atlanta spent Tuesday ,at with her .mother, Mrs. Anna Lou manager of the GAIETY THEATRE to give
where she has been the guest of Jacksonville Beach. Godwin.
Walter Wills of Tampa was Miss Sora Embry.Mr. ,EVERGREEN Mrs. G. W.' Brown has return- customer's a show FREE. y'
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ng visiting his sister, Mrs. Col. E. M. Johns was In Lake ..... F. A. Itotiler., Cor. ed from a delightful visit to South

Morgan here this week. .- and Mrs. Roscoe McLain of Butler Tuesday attending the Carolina.
Gainesville spent Monday at monthly term of county court. He Misses 'Euretha tnd Marie Mrs. D. W. Moore and two chil- With each of
I purchase $2.00 worth of merchan-
Klngsley lake with Judge and Mrs. represented Silas Crawford charged Raines of Madison"are visiting, dren are visiting her parents In

A. Z..Adklns: ; wittrdrivlng while Intoxicated their .cousin, Mrs.: Rosier South Carolina for several weeks..
Sf rI eIJ1.; dise bought at our store FRIDAY or SATURDAY .
NT and Crawford was acquitted by the this week.
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WORD Mr. John Uglow Mrs B. C. Jury. Mrv and Mrs. :J. D. 'eee, apd. we will give FREE ticket
one good
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Dick. Mrs. W.A. Bonham and Miss daughter,,spent} Sunday( afternoonwlthJJr. TIIERESSA
COLUMN, Carrie Ugtow visited the State Congressman Lex Green will at- Hosier.) .
:, and Mrs. J. K. .. Wednesday
c or Thursday night August 27th
r Farm Monday afternoon. tend the dedication ceremony of Mrs. Sweat and 'llttje.) !daughter altos Rods ZcUlor. Cor.Mr. ,
ICE-Get your meal and grits the new Masonic Hall in Willlston of Jacksonville\ spent' Thursday of and 28th to see andehear "
"and at Green's Store. 8-15-31 Miss Mabel Reddish of Jack- tonight and will deliver the principal last week :with Mr., and Mrs. Ker- tfnd Mrs. 8. II. Dodd have
'sonville spent the week-end with address of the evening us- sey. as their guests Mrs. S. H. Dodd's
RENT Furnished 5-room her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. J. ing as his subject "George Washington J.; Jf- Reynolds of Birmingham, i sister, Mrs. John 8. Grove and A Pathe Special '

use A. E. Dunham. .It Reddish. the> Master Mason." Ala., spent the week-end,, with his daughter Charlotte from Fort
brother-in-law and sluler* Mr, and Worth Tex., and Miss Louise ALL STAR CAST
SALE Missionary straw"T Mrs. Brooks Shipman and Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mundy. Jr., Mrs. Schsllle Hosier. pam bold./ of Oklahoma City.
plants $2 per thousand. daughter Mary Dot. of Green Cove Miss Dorothy Mae Sap, Mr. F. M. Mr. and Mrs. A. lL Rosier and The Christian Union of There.- A TALKING AND:SINGING .
R. Dixon Lawtey; Fla. It* Springs were visitors here Wednesday Norman.and W M.. Sapp spent children and Mrs. Hester Sapp sa' had a very enjoyable affair
afternoon.Mr. Tuesday and Wednesday of last spent Sunday with B. .E. Rosier when they met at "Mldlukes" the

SALE *0 head young week visiting relatives in Waycross and mother. home of S. H. Dodd for at bathing "HER PRIVATE AFFAIR"ALSO
(S. Albert Oriffla Starke. 8- and Mrs. R. V. Turner, Miss and Bla kshear, Ga. Mr, and Mrs. R. S. Rosier were I party and picnic supper Monday
'21' Lois Elle Turner and Mrs. L. A. -- visiting Mrs.. Robbie )I.ee.at. the ,evening. The guests of honor
Reynolds were In Jacksonville Mrs' N. J. Alvares of Cross Marr hospital In Stake Sunday were Mrs. Jno. S. Grove, Miss
RENT-Furnished apart- Wednesday. City la visiting her husband who afternoon. Charlotte Grove of Ft. Worth. Tex: TWO REEL COMEDY

-aI ta, price reasonable. J. F. Is employed with the state road Quite a number of people from and Miss Louise Dambold of Oklahoma
filter, 725tf. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Futch, who department here. While here she I Evergreen attended"hurch at City Okla. Our western
to'Ash vllle Ls at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. Sunday '
- were on their way I Kingsley lake guests are enthusiastic over Flor-
. SALE-Missionary strawber- N. C., spent Sunday and Monday B. Sapp. I A revival meeting Will start at ida's summer climate and beautiful 1
plants Improved northern here. t I Evergreen Wednesday1 'nlg&t.; conducted lakes of Bradford county.
**. Fresh from nursery. P. "'' Mr.. land Mrs. C. C. Hoppe of i by the pastor. Rev Conwayof Miss Margaret Dodd Miss Ruth Bargains Right On. See Our

10llanllon. Starke, Fla. Mr. Ford Halle of New York Tampa spent Sunday at Klngsley rein' Cove Springs and L. A. Lawrence Miss Louise Dambold
8-22-5t City is expected to arrive here Lake with .'r. and Mrs. O. L. Donnelly of Starke. The public Is and MJ! Charlotte Orove returned -

.- this week-end for a visit with his Beasley. They were accompanied cordially Invited to attend.R. Saturday evening from a weeks \
. BA.LE .10 acres of land Bw brother W. O. Halle. home by Mr. and Mrs A. C. Dar- S. Rosier and Misses Eure-\\ motoring down state. Including a Windows.
' house 8 acres cleared I den, who spent the past week at tha and Marie flames were trip to Key West: Bok: Singing

.,1-2 miles l north of Lawtey; Mr. and Mrs. M. Leviton and the lake. tors to Starke .Tuesday; Tower Silver Springs and various i
"0 cash or terms. A. J, Rowe. Mr. and Mrs. IT. L. Brownlee, Jr., places of interest.
stey- 82241.Lv8ALE are staying at the Sternberg cottage After a visit to Alken S. C., for Halites City Construction and . .
on Klngsley Lake. two weeks, )II'. and Mrs. Melvin remodeling of group of nine buildings Madison Electric and Ice M-C STORE"Where

Chevrolet car as Ward of Loetburg. and mother, at Florida Military Institute business of Madison County Power -

i Engine In good condition. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Cowart left Mrs. Tom Ward of Coleman stopped here, completed. Company taken over by Florida
In Etarke and were Dlnsmore - Bids opened by Power & Light Co. and '
area or battery. Price $40. Sunday for Monticello after spending >> over water Satisfaction Is a Certainty"IIII '
t; C. week at Klngsley lake with guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. 8. Hut- school board for additions and alteration business taken over by Consumers '
Strohfeldt Rt 2, Starke. a . .. . l.
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-.; ,"" ''/'/? after righteousness, godliness, COL'NTIKH: TICK VflKK able livestock Industry. lie ex- telephone exchange building on
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.. ;. :'::: faith, love, patience, meekness.1 .- XNAl'P TELLS: FARMERS plained that three southeast Florida Park avenue. Say it with
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V / y9 N' m hf'- .ft -t.J.,. I{&J if Tim. 6:11.Prayer: counties that are tick tree Work of rebuilding and surfacing --.. -. Flow

n <. : "0 in Thy light be mineto Gainesville, Fla.--'I'lck eradi- I have 10,000 head of good dairy stretch of road between East -----.....
:: 4 11\.W.- go." cation has been completed In 36 'I cattle, whereas In 1915 they were Point and Carrabelle will start Flowers For

,,6i August SO, 1030 of Florida's 67 counties, and seven I Infested and had only 800 head. soon. All

Thy word b a lamp unto my feet and! alight unto ay path.-Pula 119:105f1TJll8" The Good Fight: Fight the good more counties will possibly be I Daytona Beach Stlllngs, Inc., Occasions

All religious teaching doctrine or fight of faith, lay hold our eternal added to the free list loon Dr.J. Fort Myers Construction of I ice cream plant and creamery, purchased ..---
r 11.4In f fl8dU'd. creed,if they are to have any claim life, whereunto thou art also called V, Knapp, of the State LIve- Edison Bridge nearing completion, by J, R. Curlee and associates --

ipon the love, loyalty and devotion of the people, must be In harmony with and hast professed a good pro- stock Sanitary Board, stated here and will be opened to traffic on for 32000. GERTRUDE
the teachings of Jesus the Christ whose words fit into every fold and creviceof reunion before many wltnesses.1 .- during Farmers' Week. He explained September 1st. Lake Worth LumpklnDrug! GODBEl

the human heartl and of whom" it was said in John 7:46,"NEVER MAN TIm 6:12.Prayer: the progress of tick eradi- Key West Columbia Steam Company opened for business In ANDERSONPhone

SPAKE IS MAN. : "Lord, lead the way the cation, and how that the Act of Laundry will Install complete dry quarters formerly occupied by 39 Waldo

WKKKLV: HKKMOXKTTK: : : : attended a feast of the new moon, Saviour went" 1923 created the State Livestock cleaning plant soon. Ideal Drug Company. -, n,
at which the king and his official August 27, 10JJO: Sanitary Board, and planned for __
were expected.f, Call to Humility and Service: statewide regional eradication.The .
, CliilHt Teaches Humility -
: Mathew 1816.: At the same Saul, Jonathan and the other Charge them that are rich In this cattle tick Is not hard to

Wr. time came the disciples unto Jes- officers were there but DavId's world, that they be not high minded kill, he said. It has two stagesIn -- -

I.\:; us saying Who Is the greatest In seat was empty. The king InquIred nor trust In uncertain riches, Its life; one on the ground and ITS WISE TO s CHOOSE A SIXnew
: t oaeb the kingdom of heaven' 2. And why David was absent and but In the living God, who giveth one on the cow, It la controlled I

,.Aoi.!';" ( ;" Jesus called a little child unto Jonathan made an excuse for him us richly all things to enjoy. That; while on the cow by dipping themat

'tar'the him and set him In the midst of "Then Saul's anger was kIndled I they do good, that they be rich In 14 day intervals from March 1

'", 1! them. 3. And said Verily I say against Jonathan," and said "Send I good works, ready tp distribute until July 1; thus either destroy-

1,. feel i; ::.: unto you, Except ye be converted, and fetch him unto me, for he willing to communicate:; Laying up ing or starving every tick In the Announcing a
In store for themselves a good territory.Dr. .
I and become as little children, ye shall surely die, and Jonathan answered
heardisa Saul * and said * foundation against the time to Knapp stated that when
enter Into the kingdomof
''' shall not
" + , : heaven. 4. Who soever there., wherefore shall he be slain?' What come, that they may lay hold on, tick eradication Is completed In

tabs :' : / fore shall humble himself aa this hath -he done?" Saul became so eternal life.,-.1 Tim. 6:17-19.: Florida there will/ be a"'at changeIn production record

,!) little child, the same Is greatestIn angry at Jonathan that he Prayer: "Lord, let love's treasures the livestock industry in the
still be spent, Like Thine state. He Is very hopeful for a
/ the kingdom of heaven. 5. And "cast a Javelin at him to smite upon
\' him whereby Jonathan knew It the poor." reasonably early complete eradi
j"Q'i who shall receive one such little :
AugUHt SH, 193O 29OOO9OOO Chevrolet Sixes now on the
1" ( child In my name rerelveth me. 6. was determined of his father to root
,II 1 of slay David." God Gives Generously: God hath -
offend/ '
Hut whoso shall one
D 11" I II these little ones which believe In Jonathan went back to the placeof not given us the spirit of fear; but Eaery Woman Knows

mew' f me. It were better for him that a their conference and told DavId of power, and of love, and of a Every woman knows how easy it fa Since January 1929 Chevrolet has

the .!& millstone were hanged about hIs the facts, saying/ "00 in peace sound mind.-2 Tim. 1:7.: to bum or scald herself while working produced over 2,000,000 six-cylinder '
in her home. knows that
the j * the Lord be between me and Prayer: "0 teach me, Lord that Every woman automobiles
'" neck and that he were drowned in these burns and scolds ore painful and -nearly five times the
15,1hi- :; the depth of the sea. thee forever." I I I may teach the precious things sometimes very slow to heal. Every record of any other manufacturerover

\... t.:I. I \, I' Prayer: Lord, put Thy Spirit I I Only once again did! David and Thou dost Impart.- 1 woman should know that the pain of 'an equal length of time.
--- burns and scalds will be
, .' I within us and cause us to walkin Jonathan meet, Ch= 231618.: quickly re
) , Thy Statutes. "David abode In the wood," hIdIng TRAIN SCHEDULE lieved infection positively preventedand These 2,000,000 buyers have chosen
assured if
What does God require of us? from Saul I, and Jonathan went Borozone speedy is healing instantly applied. Liquid Get o7 Chevrolet because it offers scores of

Answer, read-Eph, 4:1-2.: I buck, finally died in the battle of Our schedule changes 12:01: a. bottle of Liquid Borozone and keep it desirable qualities not obtainable In a -
.. Gllhoa, to serve his father and Israel m., Sunday April 20th' and trains handy in your medicine cabinet Sold by
-- I and where Saul and his three will run as follows: Canova Pharmacy. any other car so low in price.

tc f [ SUNDAY SCHOOL sons were slain by the Philistines.In Local No.1. southbound, due Yet, despite Its many fine car advantages
,1,1Mtiil. LESSON 2 Cam'l. Ch. 1, David lamentsthe Starke, 11:11: p. m.
i the Chevrolet Six is unusu-
I II'un death of Saul and Jonathan, Local No. 11, southbound, due ,
". ,> \ saying, "I am distressed for thee Starke, 11:13 a. m. ally economical. Its gas oil, tire and
.U'Ul'T, 2U 11.:10
I:; my brother Jonathan: very pleas Limited No. 107 southbound, upkeep economy is unsurpassed.And .

.,}' j Subject: Jonathan and David. ant haul thou been unto me: thy due Starke, 10:45: a. m. any model can be bought for

'qulddJ (A noble friendship). love to me was wonderful, passing Limited 191, southbound, due Th.Co ch,HAS./, b,Flint factory
ten '\ that the love of women." Starke, 10:36 p. m.
Golden Text: "A man hath
UODY't1 ;f'\', friend must show himself friendly It Is better to be a friend thanto Locals Northbound: a small down payment and excep.
"'-- friend. Jonathan No. 2, due Starke, 5:43 a. m.
1'. i iIe ; have a gave
and there Is a friend that tionally easy monthly terms!
a stlcketh closer than a brother." up all for David who loved him No. 12, due Starke, 3:05: p. m..

AllDl'I .I.Ia Prov 18:24.: for that; Christ sacrificed more Limited No. 108, due Starke, Some MttMtlngutMng Fraiurtt
for you doep! he have your friend- 5:53: p. m.Starka .
Lesson Text: 1 Samuel 18:1-:
ship and love? and Wannee Branch: 50-horsepower six-cylinder motor
4, 19:1-7: : Chap. 20; 2 Samuel 1-: No. 101 leaves Starke 7 a. m., No. . full-length frame. . four semi-

17.27.Jonathan was the son of Saul Rally Illblp Readings 102 arrives 2:40: p. m. dally except :- / elliptic springs . fully-enclosed

the of Israel. David was the I Sunday. four-wheel brakes . four Lovejoy
king
August 22, I0:1O: T. J. Grlffln, agent.
a 1 her] son bf Jesse, a farmer of Judah. Two, unpurchasable Possessions hydraulic shock absorbers . dash

Several years prior to thin lesson Godliness with contentment la Hluo Bus Schedules gasoline gauge. . Fisher hardwood-

Jonathan had, by the direct great gain. For we brought noth- Southbound-9:37: a. m., 11137) Smile and-steel body. . adjustable driver's

blenw gonwla j sl,, aid of the Lord, defeated the Philistine ing out. And having food and a. m., 4:07: p. m., 6:37: p. m., 11- at theAche" : : I seat. . safety gasoline tank in the

Sfti army at Mlchmash, and now raiment, let us be therewith con 40 p. m. __Grp rear. . non-glare VV windshield,,

David had Just slain the Philistine tent.-1 Tim. 6:6-8.: Northbound-4:50: a. m.. 8:63: and, for your protection, a new and

giant, Oollath. They were Prayer: "0 for a thousand ton- a. m., 1:63: p. m., 4.23 p. m., 8:23p. liberal service policy..

both strong, brave, honest and op- ,gues to sing My dear Redeemer'spraise m.
handy Ordinary pains head Modern production method
otiurt High quality
Tickets and Information at
en-minded. In the 1 Sam Ch.
Canovfc August Sit: ItKIO: Smith's Servlee Station, next to ache and neuralgia, muscular The Sport Roadster. ,$:S13' Tho Club Sedan ..__?__$6::..
.
the of Jo- .
14 you can read story no.\us T ;R .
I The Dangers of Riches: They courthouse. pains, functional pains The Scdan.- .
$67.T
nathan's victory at Mlchmash, and The Coach __.____ 4303 or PHAETON:
that will be rich fall into tempta- the headache and congested
17, verses 40-50, gives the The Special Sedan! 9 In Cfl ; Chap. tion and a snare and Into many West Palm Beach Streets of feeling of a cold in the The Coulee -- .----- s so3
between Goliath and David $495 ( wire wheekt standard
haiclHutu contest this place oiled \
foolish and hurtful lusts, which recently. head-how quickly they
a The Sport Coupe . $611'5' Sedan
. x. drown men In destruction and per: disappear when take on Special )
you a
When David killed the giant .-1 Tim. 6:9.: tablet two of All fricft/. ".f dory,Flint I Michigan
Goliath he. was brought before Prayer: "My dear Redeemer HEADACHERELIEVED or

King Saul, and explained who he and my Lord I read my duty In DR.NILES.11Iint*

ai was and hIM manner of life Jonathan Thy word." CHEVROLETTorodeRitch SIX
the I QUICKLY
le Yeedan was present and heard Da- August 24. 1OAO: CARTE I ma Purity V.asubl.. rm a .

vid's story. The Fatal Root: For the love V"J I quickly corrects the .J'
ati111for; Then today's lesson begins, of money Is the root of all evil: J digestive disturb- Chevrolet
1 When he had made an end of which while some coveted after, ) antesremovestheln- Dr. Mlle Aspir-Mint !I. the Company

'.on. ri dtha peaking unto Saul, the soul of they have erred from the' faith, testinal poisons, and sick headache new, stable mint-flavored tablet
quickly disappears. Your whole system that is making people all over
Jonathan was knit with the soul and pierced themselves through
and f tonic effect constipa- the country "Smile at the Ache" Starke Florida
Jonathan loved himas 1 Tim: 6:10. r.a
of David, and with many sorrows.- :
sjyIt tlOD ,and you feel a renewed ISe and 25c at your drag store ,
his own soul." Prayer: "How shall I follow vigor. Avoid bromides and dope ,

"Then Jonathan and David Him I serve How shall I copy they an decreasing and harmful. 'I".JlJ"i i i 'r;.ErR E: LI E f'

made a covenant and Jona- Him I love?" All Drugglsta 25e and 75e red pkgaCARTER'S OR ,'OUR MONRY BACK -

ahan stripped himself of the robe August S3, 108O CSSPDJIS .t- SIX-CYLINDER SMOOTHNESS AT LOW C
lorMlri that was upon him, and gave It to True Riches: But thou. 0 man
to -- -----.- .-.------.-- ------ -- -- ..
even . -- ,
Pavld, and his garments, -- : ;; ;;;; . = -
his sword, and to his bow, and to

(hlf r.P his Covenants girdle." of friendship were I-- THE MAIN THING ON MAIN STREET" By L. F. Van ZelJ


In those days, made by the parties _HIJtttttJ
giving presents to each other. You

''will notice that Jonathan gave to
MoN A'H'r THAT
:David all his royal and military fuzz /lTY4 MY LATEST ItNENTlC)11 TMt! :r clothing and equipment but ,Davld MAIM WftEET WILL MEVEGt' AGAIN
1 "" e.4"'m
"L'ES.
n had nothing to give In return MAINTBE.T/' BS TteouettD IN CATCH IMC: Jere, Tb.uto
e
except his personal love, regard IN'L', NEWPAPEQINVENTION AUTOS T-4BtXJ Caorl'tl I !! f 5i+a+1r CIQCUr, $ NEn y'SDEf'DSVC .

r and allegiance aa a true friend. r"'GNETS : THE TWiC-L / DERCOOLATOQS eE iu ED.

But In true friendship wordly STOPS

wealth or poverty have little
SPEEDING' AUTOS
weight.
Saul took David into his service -

"That day and would let him go WITH MIS LATEST DEVICK TEPIFlAN11E1
to hla father's house."
no more T. EDISON SMITH!) MAaiSTREGT'S
A spirit of melancholy had comeupon
king Saul and David had BOY INVENTOR

been called to furnish music to HAS BEEN ABLE TO
- -
drive that spirit away. Nothing CUQB TM- SPEEDING

18 better than good music to quIetone' AUTOMOBILE WH and drive away one'stroubles.
nerves
SUCK A MCNACeTO; :

EVERY (,COMMUNITY
.
alsi made an
David was
But f 2N J OH 'HEAVEN'SKVv
and
officer in the Hebrew army " TM'AKSS
so successful that at the >
became .
l close of one campaign the Hebrew Ar yl
S
p
y women In greeting King Saul
k. "Saul hath slain
and David sang.

J hla. thousands, and David hla ten DOROTHY DARNIT By Charles McMa
thousands." "And it came to pass

on the morrow, that the evil spirit -
'M COINC WITH
from God came upon Saul ITISN'T APRIZE
A GRAND MAN "'M'AFRAID MY UNCLE KISSED
and David played" on the harp I HEALTHY DOI'IT YoU THINK FIGHTERS
Saul cast a Javelin at David Nowr KISSING t IS
and oNCE .:
9 PEST G'RL' '
to kill him. but he escaped. Then ; I ooNCEROUS.SoMrTIMIS .
rt rI Saul placed David In the most dangerous ': DOES HE.

places In his army hopingthe
Philistines would kill hIm but EVER OH; I IDoNT
I KISS -
xYI him more
made
David's success
YoU? c
y popular with the people. )CN oa c --
"And Saul spoke to Jonathan

8H his son and Jo all his servants that r --
and David -
M 1 I'1! they should kill David. 1 o - .
fled to the wilderness to

avoid Soul's anger. Ch. 20 shows 4 i -

how Jonathan and David met and 1 -
renewed. their covenant of friend- U -

ship, to last between themselvesand -
-
their children. Jonathan

seems to have understood that the --
Lord had selected David to succeed

Saul as king yet he did all _. ka. .
.
could to befriend David. -
he .... C
t At David's suggestion: Jonathan ..




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,\ 22. 1030 nilADFOKD" COUNTY TEl.KGR.trn. HTAKKK. FLORIDA PAlm SKVK.VVll

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lOWS_c.--- HILL BU8.XKBS of registered rams and wool. city of New Orleans alone buys with law. Said. certificate. embrace NOTICHIn T.ATHRB FLORIDA. OB"/ THE} STATE: OF I
'
the described Kituated -
2" following property -
ftWer1., During the past twelve months over $6,000,000 worth of poultry GRAHAM In Uradford County. Florida Circuit Court, Twenty-sixth Jo- Thai the following< amendment to
Section 6 of. Article It of th. ConstI.tution .
Bank of products every year Louisiana to-wlt: - First National Wilkes county N. C.. farmers sold Five acre Com. at a point 100 ft. of the tate of Florida relating 4
--. L Alabama recently ran farmers can treble their produc- West. of Hallway track on North Deoto.Complainant.County In Cbaucery.Aifreit to bond. he. and the Name ,.

advertlse- 1,800,000 pounds of poultry for tion without exceeding the con- Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Wasdin who line of (Southeast quarter of North hereby agreed to and shall b* submitted -
Lowing
display to the elector of the State at
west & run Mouth parade
South- which they received $380.000'1 suming capacity of the state. have been attending school In Tal quarter Vs.Arthur the General Klection of
the th..nee.t. itpprenentatlvea -
) i local paper. with Hallway 34& ft.) W. Tobey. et .!.
tt ,
... Imorrat( "Aa long as farm- 200,000 dozen eggs were sold , B. Austell of Cleveland county lahassee returned home last week. on same variation 660 ft.. thence Defendant to t>.. held In 1930 for approvalor
... North at right angle to North line rejnetlnn. That Bald Section a
ji. out of tin cans and paper bringing J56.000. The total value N. C., has a farm flock that aver- Mr. and Mrs. C. n. Roberts of staid 40; thence Kant on said line Foreclosure.Order. of r.I>II..tJ.. .. shall be amended NO an to read an I

I of poultry and eggs sold dur- aged 1,141 hens during the past to point of beginning: In Section 2S. toy follow: ''I
V feed their mules out of were visiting In Lake Duller last It having been made to appear
find ing the twelve-months period was : Township & Houth Range 22 Kant a sworn bill of complaint filed In Suction S. The Legislature shall.
j'ks, farming will be a down- six months and paid him a labor Sunday. containing, ft acres, more or le**. the above, entitled 1 cause: thit the have power to provide I I for IssutntfHtate

$436,000. Last year saw $253.- Income above feed costs of $2- !Mr. A. O. Brown and son. Hubert The assessment. of said prol.rly defendants. 1<. D. Wills C. D. Will. bond only for the purpose nCrepelling

15ine8Lner. 000 worth of hogs and cattle shipped 501 for the six months under the said certificate. Issued wu Arthur W. Tobey Margaret. t. Tt Invasion ..r suppressing" In*
...... bankers and business period. were transacting business In In the name of W. H.; Knight.IJnleKa hey. Haiti F. Tobey. Martin Lout nvrreotlan. and the Counties, Din
from the eastern part of Clay Mrs. A. M. Smith of Wake county Starke Monday.Mr. said certificate shall 1redemed ><. "ITItl 2ahn ChrlHtlan H. Wrlghton trlctM or Municipalities. of the Stateof
ra In best shape In those Ark. Poultry and according to law tax deed Harold A. I-:. Florida shall have power. to In.
county eggs N. C., says If it hadn't been and Mrs Truman Dyal ot WeHtall. Margaret
1ETi where farms are will Issue thereon. on the 16th day Stetson. Mary H. Duggan, Ethel M. sue bond only after the name shall
runltlcs of food brought $135,000 and cream sales for their poultry last fall she Ziff attended church here Sunday of September. A. [1. 1930. Abbott William O. Cameron Jera have been approved by a majority. of

10, produce. first all. amounted to $97,500. The total doesn't know what would have become night. Dated this 15th day of August A. n'l..h.o'ar.y.. Albert H. Shaw. (the vote cant In an election In '
led home use. They may D. 1030. Charlotta, A. Emerson known dafendant which a majority of the freeholder
for are
,.n Income from the cow, sow and hen of them. Her net profit of Mrs. R. M. Johnson and daughters O. W ALDKRMAN who complainant bvllevo who are qualified elector residingIn .
be getting rich
fy, of them was very nearly half a million dol $2,079 from an average flock of Gertie and Ellen were shopping (Seal. ) Clerk of Circuit Court to be Interested. In the land Invoivcd such Counties., lllstrlots. or Municipalities -
body l ts going broke. They Drndford County Florida in this litigation, or. If dead to shall. participate to beheld
,, 650 hens saved j :
--., much to I lars.A the day for them. in S'arke Friday. fly ANCHK .AL.ISEIIMAN, have. been. Interested. therein. I* dead. In the manner to b.prescribedl
I not have money regular contributor to the Elba The Georgia Bankers' Associa- Wa are all glad to report that S-15-5t-B-12. Deputy Clerk. or alive, therefore Raid above namrd l law. ; but the provisions nf thisAct
but they don't owe more defendant mad parties dofendunt .hal not apply to the refunding
Ala., Clipper has bad a stand- tion has recently adopted a definitely Gordon Wadsworth has returned are of 'issued .. for the
and to said bill of complaint togwther excluMvely
fthey; can pay. they are ing offer in Coffee county of a $1.- constructive policy with reference homo from the Gill hospital wherehe *OTlC1] OK APPMCVTION FOR : with 1 their heir*, device, : purpoHa. of refunding the bond or
litlon benefit to the fullest TAt HKKlt: the interest thereon of pitch COUR- /
to 000 reward to anyone who will to farm credit. With no and grantee or other claimant. under
the more prosperous underwent an operation Is such parties and each. of them; and tie, Districts or Municipalities.
t from show him a cow-hog-hen farmer thought of dictating to the farm getting along splendidly Notice. I I. hereby .given that II. R that the said. defendant with thol. I.

wblch are now so generally who has made a failure. The reward er how he must run his farm the Mr. TommIe Wasdin and children Schroeder holder of Tax CertlflcntNo. heirs, device. grantee and other A JOINT nKSOMTTION PropnslnirAn
the 6th of A. claimant each
137. day August under them are nonresidents -
kted. has never been claimed. lie bankers have gone on record to of Waldo were visiting hereSllndaY' 1>. J92R. has filed said. certificate In of the Btate, of Florida sad Amendment. to Article IX of

farm program adopted by might extend his offer to the adjoining the effect that they do not con- my oin'ca and made application for that their residence. I I. unknown t 10 Florida the Constitution of to Taxation the Htate andFinance nf
tax deed ti> lue thereon. In accordance complainant and that he has mad 1elnlv8
of Colqultt \
L'rn bankers withno
and county of Covington sider it a safe practice to extend Mr. Vasco Forsyth of Starke U with law.. Said certificate embrace diligent search and Inquiry to ascertain a* SectIon

L Georgia requires that each greater risk of having the reward i credit to farmers who are not producing Spending some time here with Roy the following described. property the place of residence oeach i PW 12 IT of ItKSOI-VKJ Article IX. HY TilE LEOI9l.ATUHH .
of 30 acres contaInr sale of situated In Bradford CountyFlorida . and has been unable to ancor
;ores, farm claimed. Cooperative their own food and feed TUB STATE
f Reynolds. to-wlt: lain tile same, and that they are U1' 01'
three milk cows. two brood poultry and hogs In Covington with cotton and other cash cropsas Miss Delma Surrency spent the Northeast. quarter of Northwest each bslleved! by complainant to b.. FI..ORIUASThat the amendment of

BO pure-bred hens In ad- November 1 1929. to clear quarter &: all Northwest quarter ofNurtheitet over twenty-one year of age, and folowln.;
land county from surpluses. Much credit Article IX Constitution of
week-end In Waldo the guests of quarter Wast of ltailway1'x that there I I.* no person. within the
|i to careful diversification ot 'April 30, 1930 amounted to $70- for the adoption of this policy l Is I Edna Williams. 3"ia, Acres sold Rufus Martin & mate ..f Florida, the service of a the Nlnte of Florida to he known an
released ,, 1 acre to Mary J. Hohlmton, Hectlot subpottna upon whom would bind Hectlon 11 of said Arl..l.. IX be, and
figures recently 597.90. due John M. Graham the new !Mr Lonnie llawlings of Tampawas 26. Township: 6 Houth Hang S3 Kast, aid defendant, their heirs, device" the name In .. ... to and

he Chamber of Commerce His poultry flock dairy herd. president of the Association whose here Thursday last. containing 40 acres. more or le**. grantee. and other claimant under ..hal lie .uhmlt..d to the .Ieetor of
.
. .
..
a i that the 1929 value of crops and hogs J. A. Nicholson. of bank In Rome Is an outstanding The assessment. of said prol."rlyund..r them or either. of them. Jo'lorlla. at
pay .
Miss! Thelma Brown and Hubert th. said. certificate issued wa It further appearing by salt election to b the first Tuesday -

a county was $7,640,700 as Alamance county N. C., a good example ot what constructive Brown and Lacy Rigdon were In In the name of W. El. Knight. worn bill of i-amplitlnt file after the first Monday In No-

Eared with the 1927 figure of profit for practically everything be banking can do to help the farm- Unions saLt. certificate shall b* redeemed In the above entitled cause. v."h..r. 1930, for ratification or reJect
Jacksonville Friday and Saturday according to law tax deed that the defendant. Annl'Oordon '.. Ton.
\3.118. soon after the pro- grows on his ISO-acre farm. Mr. era of the community attain sound last. will issue thereon on the 16th liLly; Mark. Uordon and RnmiieOubrlel Section 12. For. period of fifteen.

was adopted. Nicholson's flock averages about farm prosperity.In of September A. D. 1930. Hoi don therein named are. yearn f..m the beginning of opera-
!Mrs. Ruth Dyal and daughter I>.ated this 16th day of August, A. noii-reHldenlH: of the State of Florida tlon all Industrial plant which
his 400-acre .farm, H. P.ill 2.000 white leghorn hens that lay order to carry out the adopted Virginia of Hampton were visitIng D. 1930. and that each reside. at 6H "'..nw..y. I In shall tm eKtabllMhed In this State. on
Q. W. At-DERMAN the. City of Boston of the State oMassachusetts or after July lit 1929. engaged primanly
county. Tenn. about 800 a day throughoutthe policy the Association will
of Ryer eggs
Mrs. A. G. Brown
Thursday. (Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court. of the United State.. dur'"a' sail period. In the
L everything necessary for the year. lie sells a few baby create an agricultural board in Misses Irene and Thelma Cainof Ilradford County. Florida. >.if America und that the said Annie .. steel vessels, automobile -.

Lp of his family tenants and chicks but'depends largely on the each county. This board will be Louise were visiting Mildred Iy ANCIIIS ALDERMAN., Sordon I* a widow over twenty tire, fabrics and textfle. ,
8-lB-6t-9-ia. Deputy Clerk ..me year of age and: that the said wood pulp .paper paper bait, fiberboard
Block. Ills garden supplies his sale of "eating" eggs for his In- the body through which the bank- Broughton Friday. Mark Jordon and Samuel. UabrleUordon automobile, automobile

six and the families ot come. His poultry Is handled as a era will maintain their agricul- are under twenty-one year part, al"'I'ar. aircraft parts, Ola**
1at We are all glad to know that OTI'I'1 0V \PIM.IC'ATIO\ FOIl nf, age. and that they are each IntereHted and .. and there
Hive tenants.' His hogs bring farm flock only practical and not tural Interests, that will formulate Mr. Oscar Dyal who underwentan TAX KKU In the property Involve fining of sugar and oils, and In.

a year and after provld- fancy but it brings him a good In- definite counjty agricultural pro- operation In Alachua County In his litigation. and that there I I. cludingbyproduct* or derivative
$1200$ Notice I I.. hereby. given, that C' II. 110 person In the State of Flurldi. Incident tu the manufacture of any
jall the pork needed on his come and there Is an unmistakable grams. hospital at Gainesville was Clark holder. of 1-3 of Tax Certlflcate the service of a .."bpo.n''UPOI.' of the above product, Khali be exempt

Sales ot surplus corn and air of contentment and well- brought home Wednesday and is No. 202 the 6th day of August whom would bind them or either. fr.n all taxation except that
A. D. 192S. has filed aid certlflcatin uf. Ih..ml| no ea.mpUon which hall b..m.. ef-
[bring him in an average- otear. being about his farm. Dade City San Antonio PackIng Improving nicely ---myottto..-a-iid made application The land Involved In thl lit. .. by virtue of thIs amendmenthHll .

1)0) .a1.../ lie speclltzes on Louisiana produced poultry and & Supply Company leased Its Mr. and !Mrs. E.' J. Starling was for tax deed. to Iwiue thereon. In accordnnce igation are a* follow, tuwlUW..t : extend. beyond. the authorised year. 1940..
The exemption herein
with law Said certifIcateembraces half of Southwe quarterof
and his 258 Hampshlres con- eggs last year valued at $7,784000 ,- business and building to David visiting here the .
|p past week-end. the following "",' >eproperty < Northeast ,quarter of Hectlon I shall not apply to real estate owned

lie the largest registered flock but It Is estimated that the Dilgore & Company. Everybody has cordial' Invitation situated. In Uradford county 23, Township 7 $outh. Hang 21 and used by Kiieh industrial
Florida to-wit Kant; North half of Northwest plant except the real estate occupied -
Tennessee. An annual IncomeoOO state consumes poultry products !Miami D. J. Hawkins opened to church. We are having a fut 6, Hlock 2, Plnehurct Sub t>>l I- quarter. and Southeast quarter. of a* the location required to

is realized from the sale every year worth $30,000.000. The, radio shop in Allapattah. revival at the Church ot God and vision ot Hollln Estate, Hectlun Northwest, quarter and fractional . house such. industrial plant and the
21. Township| Mouth\ Itange 22 Kast Southwest quarter of 8... bullln.* and property situated.
-- -- -- eviT.S.inday
Sunday school morning The assessment. of said property '23. Township 7, Mouth Range th.r. together with such land a*

at ten o'clock.. under Hald certificate. wan In the 22 East. except therefrom Lot may be required for warehouse. .
me' name of Unknown. 3 lying and being In Bradfordcounty. "1.r..I'. trackage and shippIng f...
-. Mr. and Mrs. W. Snilth and chil Unless. saId certificate shall. tiredeemed . State of .'Iorld... __- ___ .. .. and being lined .for such pur-
--- -:- -- ., dl'en'ot Orlando were visiting here according to I"w. tax dnu, nnd thnt complainant: socks. In sale poe

last week. wilt issue thereon. on the 16th day. suit. to. foreclose mortgage Hethereon. -

Mrs. Cassle I of Sept.:' A. It. 1930. It I I. therefore. ordered that the A JOINT llKSOt.UTION Propo..ln.
Graves and ot
baby .
Dated this 16th day of August. A. An Amendment to .
.
Huld defendant above named .nd I
Lake Butler I). 1U30. Article IX of the of
are spending two
Con.tltolon
r: each of them and their heirs, devIctH -
weeks O: W. ALDERMAN', the State of to
here. grantee* or other ciatnutnis11110cr 1.I.Un.
Seal, Clerk of
( ) Circuit Court. them and each of them b. Taxationand tot'rnviIe
Ilradford. Florida .
County Authority for the State of
mid
hereby to
they are required ap9ear -
MVTH F.lltMKUHVKKK; : ny BLANCHE AMJKHMAN. to the bill of complaint: filed Florida to Levy and Collect Inheritance
8-15-B-9-12. Deputy. Clerk. or Instate: Taxes Under
HAH IU''OIUTI; SJSl'lOal In, the above entitled cause on o"
Certain Condition" '1
before, Monday the 1st day.. ot Heptetiiher -
J\OTI'I'1 OF" AIM.l.irATION FOil A. 1.). 1H3U In the aBove entitled JIM 11 HI'MOI.V\1: I!V TIlE MSrilM-

ne8vllle. Fla.-.Over 1.'1 0 0) T.X IlKUIINotice muse otherwise the allega I.ATUUJ STATE. OF
lions of saul bill of complaint will 'I.OHIIAI
_ farmers and farm women from 67 be taken a* confessed. by sold delendant tolowln. amend me.t to
L- In. hereby given that 11 V.
Section 11 X of the Uont -
and Cacti of th.n> and their
Florida counties attended the Knlifht. holder of tax certificate. No ..
lili'H. device, other Hut Ion of the Htale of Florida re*
ITS, sixth day of August A. I>. 1 28, grantee or.. lathiK to Taxation and Finance be,
ninth annual Farmers' and Fruit : .I.n claimant. under I them und each ot
nan filed said. certificate oMIce'
them.II and the name In, hereby. agreed. to.
Growers' Week at the College of and made application for tax deed I* further ordered that this antl shall be Hiibmltted to the eleotor . '
to Issue thereon In accordance with of the State of Florida at the
order\ be published once. a week fur
Agriculture here August 1115.
law. Haul certificate embraces. the
Oenernl Election. ha held on the
four< consecutive week In the Br..d.r..rcl .
Over 100 men and women speakers following decrlbed. property Kltuat. (County 'Telegraph H newspaper! first Tuesday. after the first lion-
appeared the ed In llradfurd county, Florida, to. published In said Bradford. day In November, A. D. 190. for
on program wit: ClUllt'i
Florida, next prior to Huld 1st ratification or rejection Is to
Demonstrations exhibits field East half of Southwest. quarter. ofNorthwest that Unction of IX of
tHeiitember. A. D, 1D30. say 1 Article
IlIIIllwII1III trips and entertainments formed quarter, Si. West halt DrI'outheft..t Don nnd ordered at Htarke. Flor th,, Constitution nxt.t* Htatef of
of Northw..tqu..rl..r.
quarter Mil, thin 30th day of July A. 1.>.. Florida relating I to on andFinances
IIJ the remainder ot the week's pro section. 10 Township Ktx lit JO. ha amended-o a* to read, a*
I Month. Kaiis7' 2:* East: forty acre follow*
n. W. ALDERMAN, !
gram.
.- The 'assessment' of .Hald I property Mactlon 11. No taxes InnertanceM '
MI r II S r- : (BHAICleik Circuit Court upon -
r under tha said certificate Issued
J wan U. M. KNIGHT & II. V, KM1UI1T, or uponthe Income of roeldente -
.
In the of'Mark and tlilrestli.Unless .
Jacksonville Work started name of Sun'ke Florida or cltlsen. nf this State shall
aIl, certificate shall be
redeemed Hollcltor for Complainant. ba levied by the State of orunder
on Continental Can deedwill FI.rlda.
Company'splant accurdlna to law tax
8-1-St-I-29.( its authority, and there
at Sixteenth St. and Southern Issue thereon on the 16th day ba exempt 'roa taxation. to the .hal
of Heptember A. I). 1030.
Railway In preparation for Installation Unfed. this 9th day of August A. !NOTIfH' of household the .I. good residing and In personal this State/effect -

of machinery for mak- D. mo. to the Value of five hundred
O.V.. ALDERMAN In Circuit Court Twenty.Blxth Ju;
((150000) Dollars however
provided ,
ing cans. Clerk of Circuit Court. Brad.frd .
,dlclal. (.Circuit Bradford, County
.
.. I that the Legislature may provide forth
-' County Florida.
Htaia of Florida. In Chancery. aKHOMxment. . levying and collection
CLERK'S REPORT 8-18-6t-9-U. J. 11!. Davis. of a tax upon Inheritance of
- Complainant. for the levying of Estate taxes, not
NOTICR' OP APPI.K'ATIO'V FOil v... exceeding In the aggregate the
ofthe Clark of Court.Report and TAX I1KKI) Cleta M Davis, amount which may by any law of
In for Bradford County,
r Defendant.It the United. $Htate. ba allowed to ba
:' Florida on account of Taxes: ...*..- affidavit
1 .4 for the 1929. appearing by appended credited against or deducted from
Notice
I t. .
'S year hereby .given that R. n.Andr..w.
: R. to the bill. filed In the alioveetatedCS.UH .. any similar tax upon Inheritance,
t J. MJ1IH hilt''I I A. Knight tax collector *, holder, of Tax CertificateNo.
that Cleta M. Davis. the dafondunt .
iBUIIItIiIiliIIttIUIitiISUIlIIIltdlU UIIUII I Htarke. Flu. AUK. 1. 1930. 18. Hlxth. day of August A. II .. or taxes on estates assessed or lev-
.
V..... therein nameo I I. non-resl led by the United Htate on the ama.
PreferTo
!$flhIltIIlI !flHlHlfiiItJllIMIfltIHCJllU'I avs' ) It 2(1( nan. filed said. certificate. In my
bal. due dent of the Hlate of Florida and she subject, but the of the Legislature .
: :-- July 1, 1..1/30/ _*_ 4771.45 nOire and made application for tax power .
,. -.O-J ny amount' collected -__.__ 42.90To deed to issue thereon In accordance I I. a resident. of724 Navy StreetOrean to levy Much Inheritance taxes .
I 4. bal. due Jnlv, t.ao.714.11 with ...w. Hald Certificate. embrace 1'ark, California and I* over or Estate Taxe In this State. ,
Vine '* Kurfellar. .. the following described property Kituated . I the sire of twenty-one year; It I.. hall exist only *o long aa, and during
Ti.> bal. due July I. 1930 ..- _.1,94460 In Bradford Florida. therefor ordered that said. non-resl the time, a similar. tax I I.. enforced -
. =- My amt. collected. ______? 45.K to-wit county dent. defendant ba and she I* hereby by the United States against
I .. To. bal. due July II, 1930 ___.1.81)9.44) Northeast quarter. of Southwest. required to npear; to the bill of Florida Inheritance* or Kstate. and

: / County ".U.I.. quarter except I acre In Northwest. complaint for divorce filed In said "hal only b* exercised or enforced ,
-
., . To. bal. due July I I. I'lHv' ( ____ .91.18 corner for, srhool. Section. 37 Township cause on or before Monday the I.t .. extent of absorbing, the
't _, Tly amt. collected. ::._______ '..19 t South Hange 20 Kast-30acre day nt Meptember, A. 1.>. J930. otherWise amount of any deduction, or credit
. t. / To. bal due July 91, 19.10 ____ 476.87 *. the allegation. of said bill will which may l be permitted by the law
County Mcbaol-fieaeratTo The assessment of said I property h* taken a. confessed by said d*. of the United I Htate*. now existing or

bal. due July I. 1990 _.__8.201.11I under the saul certificate l Issued wa fcndant. hei*.aft.r enacted to be claimed bv
Fly amt. collected. _-______? 25.80 Inthe name of Wallace Nedd. It I* further ordered that this or. reason thereof, a* a deduction. or
To bal. due July 81, 1910 _9.I7S.71 Unless said. certificate shall ba redeemed dor h* published once a week for credit against. such similar
County Pollsj according to law tax deed Four. consecutive week In theIIradlo..c' tax of the United Stale.

To. bal. due July I. 1930 ._...- 101.00 will issue thereon on the 8th day of County Telegraph a newsPaper .applicable to Florida Inheritances -
Hy amt. collected ______?- IftOO Bent. A. D. 1 8 SO. published In said County and or fclstntes. Th. Legislature .
To hn-1.. due July 31. 1930 ____ 88.00 Dated this 8th day of Aug. A. D Slate. may provide for the appropriation -
Total S..-Sckoel--He.lrTo'bal. 1930. This July 28th 1910. of all taxes collected under.

due July I, 1930>> ___.10.913.81 O. W. ALDERMANClerk U. W. ALDERMAN this Article to such State, County
'I 1 Hy amt. collected __ ?______? 980.0a Circuit Court Bradford (SEAL) Cleric Circuit Court. Municipal or Educational purpose
tfT T.. bal. due July ill. 1930 __ 9,95360 County. Florida. W M. JOhNS Htarke, Fla. a* It may deem advisable,
-'- -- .4'I' .*.-*..001 Ben... S-g-St-9-5.. Solicitor for Complaint.

I' To. bal. due July I. 1930 _....I5, .U.9' 8-1-51-8-29
!Hy amt. collected -.---_.._-_ 6HH 28Tu A JOINT RESOLUTION "ropn.lna
: SPECIAL MAftTKIC JHOTICK Oil' NOTICH An Amendment to
.bal. due July SI. 1930 .....5,048.71
L Asrrlealtvjral BALM the Constitution of the State of

I M aI. To bal. due July 1. 1930 ___- 491.14 Notice I is hereby all Florida by Adding Thereto. an Ad-
amt. collected 't'.nt: parsons dltlonal Section to JJe Known .*
By _---. 1479 Hereby notice I* given that under. having claim : kind or
I. eArH Tu .bal. due July II teal ___.4 B.a6 and by virtue of that certain final nature against the Bradford. County ation"Hectlon of I" Relating to. the Tax _
Widow'" Peasloa .. decree of furecloMure. made by the Hank of Htarke, Florida that unless DM IT n .
TilE f.KOI-
I 1tILUU3iil I IUlilIItiW." ; To bnl. due July 1. -193V :=:- BOH:IIBy JuriK-e of the Twenty-ninth Judicial such claim are presented-to the 1ROr.VF11Y
amt. collected 2* 7t Circuit In and for Bradford liquidator of Til STATE OF
I THE: CAMEL HOUSE 11-... To bal. due. July II. 1930 ,,_.. 4TI.SS. Florida, In :Chancery on the County Itl4ty from the said date. Hank of this within noticesume IIan..nth. !, That FLOHIOA tha following: amendment _ _

OttaMllsj*| of July A. ). 1830. In favor of J. W. will 1"be fo.ver barred t<
HE MODERN VIGOR threatens to assume'tidal proportions car motor room. A paved terrace To bal due July I. 1DJIO _____ 491.14 Alvara. and against A. K. Parantias, the provision of Chapter 7935 under Law Arlcl. IX of the Constitution nf th*
__.__ Florida
Mr amt. collected _. 14.79To at at defendant the uf Florida.You relating to Taxatiori
-TilE CAn and it is needed. lEft wipes and dining room. t>al. due July 31, 193 ____ 478.36 : underlined a.1dl Finance, by adding thereto
a Hpeclal will offer for
Master sale will prevent an claim
to thatliidsrstaned
connects with both living room Road .. llrlrfxe Int. '* ftlokln*; .. ..< In section to b* known
front of
the court house door In
out some of the old it will do much To bal due July I. 1930 .&.16.U8. Liquidator at Stark, a* "Hectlon 13" providing for themanner
''By Dunchanhunter. Architect Second floor: Thre bed rooms By amt. collected .?_____-.- .JI"*.OS Htarke, I Florida. on the 4th of AUKust Florida.. at taxation of motor ve

New York.) good. A better Chicago arose from a bath and ample closets. To bal. due July 81 1930 .24.e49.1Ia. beat A.bidder> J9'0.for to cash the the highest following and LIquidator. ,Bradford J08. IS. WILSON, hides, b* and the same I I. hereby
AL.DERMAN. County Hank
W. agreed to and shall ba ..
the ashes of a great fire San Ceiling heights: Basements By Blanche Alderman.Clerk P. C. described property lying and being Stark, Florida. the qualified elector of .ubmltd
In Bradford County, Florida, to- BUrke, Florida July 10 1950.
first floor eight feet Florida for .
feet
Continental Europe Norway Francisco came back after the seven wit: 7-U-Ot-t-S. .tlt..lon or rejectionat
six inches; second floor eight ft. :NOTICK OP KLRCTIOVf All I..t. Two (I) and Four (4) the len.r.1 EI..cton. to b* held*
eden, Germany Austria Den- earthquake and Florida after the The shown of Block Fifteen ( III), and the West NOTICH OP KI.KCTHUT: m the rlrot .. the first.
plans as
ark. Belgium France and evenS hurricane. What seems to be need Exposure: south or west. H. C. Wall mayor of Btarke, Forty I of feet said of lots ills (8) and Eight Monday. I to say November, there shall A.D.ba, 13
are for a lot facing ot ( > Hlock Fifteen ( II) .0- ?
Florida virtue
by authority vested WiIlCflPAR The Legislature of to IX of the Constitution I
laid or conservative British ed Is qontlnual change-it Is the For a lot facingnorth or east the In me by law do hereby call anelection cording original tn town the of map Htarke or plat (,I the Laze under the Constitution of 1186 alrltc. of Florida to taa..tlln

'lea are well on their way In the cycle of events. Even great disasters plans should be reversed. In th. aforesaid to be held city at, ny the the city quail-hall however, to Alley and Wall, reservation subject. Joint rof the Resolution Htat of Florida proponing did pass amend.four to.. "'>*finance known, a an* .ddllon.1.llln. "..of.
lon
"elopment of a new "Modern'la seem to be blessings( In dis Lot size: House frontage 40 ft fled voter there, on Tuesday, Hep- Ilayne* a***etated wife to In N.deed U. Hull.from dated Ovid mints to the Constitution the Artc., which .hal"Hlcton a* fol-

In architecture while guise. Standards living change so side clearance, left 10ft, right temner electing 9th lb.1930.following\ for the otft..ruOn. purposeof May 18, 1909 and recorded In Hook State of Florida. and the same wereJFrll.J.1' lows: _ _
: by vote of three-fifth Hvctlon 11. Motor Vehicle
a*
'a, except for the do Ideals and theories so do meth- 5 ft., lot frontage minimum 55 Mayor.. No.Public lit Uecord on l'aite.oh :.fio:3t: (County, ISiS: :r all the member electad to each property, hall 1 b* subject to only _ _
Three. Alderman.
w far Amer-I I houses that the vote on said Joint one form af taxation which: shall b.'
ft. State of
behind ods of transportation-all moves Florida/ together with the
On. Clerk. Treasurer and Tax Collector. tenement n..olu".n.. were entered ipon their a, license tax for the operation of
This architecture has Construction: Frame with stucco hereditament and ap- respective Journal itch motor .
new, forward yet purtenances thereunto belonging with the yea .hlr.*. which license
Korous modern style has unllmPonHlbllltlea been held back-we must go to finish ; roof slate; foundation. Cm** Tax Marshal.Asetor.On iii any vise appertaining.B. or I anil nay thereon and they did de- tax shall ba In Iu..h amount and levd -
ermine and for such
direct that the laid purpose a* the .
'd of development the anclets-why? concrete; windows steel casementsIn Inspector of uld election; T. N. M. JOHNS Joint Resolutions h* submitted to ura may by ,' provide, Lclll.

nee i U Is not hampered with bllt.rlc Tho Camel goes Modern and special arrangements with Integral Hc-ott Kendrlcfc It M. Humphrey. *'. A. .I. T. PRAZEJ'I: Special AI..t. the elector of the Stale at the fl.n- be In lieu of all :: valorem taxes .*- _ _

s precedent or family ties. here's bow: screens; doors wood to special In testimony whereof I hereunto (Solicitor for Complainant eral*l 1)/Klectlon!. Jo11'"f:!I :.. :, 'ti.b.'i.J: it. A. personal ssanle property.. motor vehicle a*

inability Is the keynote. A house The roof treatment. the wing details. seal subscrIbe nf tne my said'name. cIty and to be cause affixed the The foregoing-and above adver- M'.ltAr. :'. Florida*'* do of hereby Stat. of the -

'a a house to live In, a church as walls sheltering th# terrace the Interiors: Floors, wood for linoleum this th* 6th day of August, A U, Ued property was duly offered. fur tics that a give no- said Th. vole past In compliance with

1930 ale a* above advertised .nd there (I.:"":11'1. KLUCTIOY: : proponed amendments, and the _ _
Place and finish walls plaster;
to for curved glass bay and balcony ; canvass, declaration and .
worship a shop II C. WALL. being no bid for the property thereineiurlbed will b* held In each In Flor. return
*'""> an industrial plant for the vigorous simplicity of the kitchen plaster; bath room composition (!Seat! ) Mayor of Htarfce, Florida. the sale wa adjourned da on Tuenday next county succeeding th. .thr.of. shall .ba subjected to thaanie 1.1
.- - and will be mad In regulation and restriction a*
"> tile steam beat gas and front of theourt first Monday In
November A. D.
ufacturlng and so on-first whole setup: (! house door at Htarke, Flor- 19:10.: the said .. are provided h..bkl.IN law for general 'I

lot and always_and forget the It schedules:' I' electric wiring. AOTHK Of .'PPI.ICj.TIO\. Ida. during the legal hour of Bale' i ..01.1..I.II ....Tuesday" OK. MOVKMIIKII being: the elections In tate. of Florida. -_ _ _

Cu bltu re 26,750 cut ft. ...., on Monday the first day of Septem ,for the ratification TESTIMONY WIhRE.
rcnltectural sugar coat of useless Basement: A large recreation roil ]1 DtCKKKatie ber. A. J*. 1930. .-" the sahl Joint Resolutions or rejection of 01'. I hav .. "

ment. Let good taste rule, room. laundry cold storage heater Complete working plans and Dated at Htarke, Fla., August 4, mendmanle Co the Constitution proposing' of hand and affixed '.2
specifications of this house are I I. hereby*(tlren. that M. R.8abro.d. IUu thi Hiate of Florida the Ureat Meal of the
eaat7 follows fitness-it's got to and coal spaces. ... holder of Tax. Certificate B. M. JOHNS A JOINT RKHOLUTION, via SEAL Htate of .'Iorld. at TaU

'Ollle. First floor: Entrance vestibule available for a nominal sum. Address Nn. 13*. the 81h day of Au..., A. I). Hp..I..1 AI..t..r > n Amendment to Hectlon Proposing* lahae, th. Capital

If *. living room the building editor and refer U2 ha tiled said certificate In myomr 3. I. FRAZEK.' ,1.,1.l IX) of the Constitution of Ar. thl twenty-third
can't back the tide we can with two coat closets and mad. application. for tax Hollcltor for State * Florida nt the 'otth.., A. D 1920.

10 with' It, and the modern wave dining room kitchen and a one to house 11-111. deed to Issue thereon In accordance S -"i.u.2t. BH, IT HKHOLVUD: !: Relating Ulf TilE to LEUI8-Bomls. *. ORAY.

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also Is being considered by Mr. the land In Chicago dal'.y papers, should be extended and those receiving '

Bradford County Telegraph Miller There no question that opened an office in Chicago and the Invitation should giveIt 1-

t 4 1877 I From Other PensNice I he received! hearty support from ran excursion trains from Chicagoto very careful consideration to determine BROOKER-

Established the growers In that section, though the districts where the land was ; MI.. p.Br G.lHfTi
if the Invitation Is from c...
- -- . - - - --- '. he encountered stiff opposition located. Thousands of settlers
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class things, not always strictly from the town to MUI11ty. and II and home-makers were thus the heart and if the quality of Mr. A A Hazpn' inn II --..:

Florida true, are said about you when you he mores his auction it will be in brought in." hospitality will be of the kind to ey spent several day ,P."*,
Matter at the Post Office at Starke In
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married and when you are appreciation of.the''support accorded ; This thing can be done In FlorIda assure a continuing welcome The Florida last week *

E.S. Matthews, ____________________ Owner and PublisherJ. Bdead.. Starke Telegraph. ,But him by tbe' Plant City Strawberry the editor of the Everglades "prodigal son" took that part of Miss Lorene Prlt"hara 'Cl
folks usually learn the truth when association. It would be his News points out adding that "If the goods that were coming to him boro Is spending some a! *

C. Robinson __._____________________ Marrying Editor one offers for a public ofl.ce.- purpose to continue his office In the owners can't make use of the and left his father' house. He guest of her slats[ Mrt,""Il''

--- - -. Crescent City Journal.o .Lakeland.' land they cut the timber off of went Into a far country. He was Crosby.

SUBSCRIPTION RATE Inasmuch as Lakeland has been they should get out of the way and not invited there. He Just as- Mrs. R. w, nraimen 01

'appreciative of the l let else: It." sumed he would be welcome. He Butler, who has L
In Advance !Many of Florida's rivers and thoroughly someone use been
Six Months 75c-Payable IIJtI
:; Yearly, $1.50; creeks are dark, caused from the auction system sad the chamber of About the only defense that Is found conditions very different some time here with heron:

pp.t'rl Advertising Rates on Application water running through dark soil commerce sod other agencies have offered to a system of ,;enforcingthe I from what he anticipated and he Mr. and. Mrs. H, p Gainer

. -- -. - ,- and over palmetto roots and the accorded it every possible support, collection of taxes by taking' got hungry and acquired a Job of turned home last Monday. )

Are registered ? like which color it. But Blue Run, lit is hoped that this city will continue over the property by, the state Is feeding hogs, and "fain would Mr. and Mrs. c g Latr4,

you near Dunnellon as blue as the I aa the strawberry auction that a hardship might be workedon have filled his belly with the I A. F. Rautonon. MI8 Loll Cl

' I o skies, and the Itchtucknee river is center of Florida.--Lakeland Led. somebody some time.'However, husks the swine did eat" His big;.' and MI', Lester SponbOIta, .

i In Sanford they call bootleggers corn poppers. a beautiful steel blue. Silver ger. if collection were enforced: fairly trouble was that he went where bare of this school facult.a.

:f '. Springs is as clear as cystal, and -- 5 0-- and uniformly the tax burden there was no welcome for him, and transacting business In Stan

! ;: ---0 the waters of Kingsley lake are as I would not be unbearable and peo- his condition became deplorable. Friday."M<

MIr,ii0llcb pA School days I Blankety blank blank school days!Io transparent as'glass.-Times Un- Precedent Established ple could pay and would not needto These folks that want to leave the Mr. and Mrs It M Gainer| '

'>R'J';..' ( ;:{ ion. Not a kick to a paragraph. (Arcadia Arcadian.) lose their property. old home roof, the confines of paternal have been visiting rei all,..

--o-- The only way to collect taxes is love may find themselvesIn Georgia for come time retQ(
Jar. I': Autos are now blamed for the increase in hay fever cases Most of an'urge now The suggestion that the state of to collect them, and it seems that the same fix the "prodigal son" home last Sunday
nave
1; 'the 1 us Florida should take over the lands Florida has already spent entirely Found himself. Messrs. Emery and
O- Mph H
and then, to escape from our cares. >
''P', feel 11 i"; To adventuring, gathering and which revert/-toOth/ state through too much time in trying to prove. Just why this group of citizens spent part of |lust t week I

)ieal' Delray Beach News- started on its eighth year with the rag-tag go ends of romance, and nonpayment'ot taxes and open that this is not the case, want to cut loose from Clay and south attending to iu8lnea'TO

d188tabli'; last issue. stretching our souls.) But we do them to settlers,under some sort S 55 stick their feet under another table .
of homestead law or sell them out
is not elucidated.
clearly Ata
o It merely because we need a tonicto Plan Amputate Pllrt'of Clay PATRONS (Sd' llini>
Kom,,
" at reasonably'' prices.to Induce settlement recent meeting held two young

, it" Pal atka is staging a "pint" contest in which autos and the strengthen tasks and our the exhilaration human contacts for upon them, has met with County .- '. ladles were placed on the platformand lW-3TTYjilM.il HI'HI
' : *
.:'"QJI: h not humans drink the pint. that make our lives. Life goes ravorable., eBPllJllle> In many sections '(Oreen Cove. 'SprfHg(('Crescent.y. given printed programs of (beday's In order to lone a. little
of the state. There are even tio!!,
proceedings, which
i. stale If It doesn't given a prob- i\ was possible from
, j"f: ; o lem us those who lay 'clajm' to having A.group of citizens lit the Max. said they: could not read intelligently :! our work "I..
or two to solve.-New Smy- planning to havtan
ID i'' I. St. Petersburg News says while a good man can't go rna Dally News. made some such suggestion sometime ,vllle and Highland sections of due to the fact, it waR senior high student hinter| I

neapithat1 ago, nndMt appears that there Clay county have worked out, or claimed, that they had had the advantages iu89fe4| |
he be found out. -- Thursday, Frldn
wrong may > nun fii.August ,.,
Inns In. the '"
already makingfor
are working out
are ,
to
plait ..
, a graft of only a six-months, '
\ J. Dana Jones, formerly with 28th 29th
V : 0-- the Introijuclldh\ of legislationto a. large part of the northof lmi the I 1'' county ungraded school. The fact that
the Clay County Times, has taken pupils who wish .
1 I :1 has discovered that while hot dog will this effect' at the coming session Dlack creek, onto Duval county, tr 'ittk. elalil'
\ !1S. t: Miami Herald a charge of the Jasper News, one' they could not Intelligently read Lion for such work
wit> .
of the state'! legislature. beet
If
Duval
county will submit to the
not howl all night the consumer might. of North Florida's oldest weeklies,. the printed program was not due ed to ,be at tichool
; 'The Idea seems entirely feasible operation, and If not, to add few lJulldlnr
1.1. \ j a to a dearth of educational advantages
, Mr, Jones is a versatile writer and these.day. The tem-he
o and practicable, although such a more large areas of the county will
but due to the fact that they
" I! will ably second the efforts of the have time to. give
I'' Fashion" note: Sleeves run wild above the elbow. Had to Caldwella In giving Hamilton plan would meet with determined and present it to Bradford, and if have not taken advantage of the ter this time. The examinations
-" opposition from those owners of Bradford doesn't want it, then It advantages they had. Abe Lincoln busses wli
1. if they match the balance of the layout. county a newsy paper.-Starke prepared to bring all out of
lands who are now trying to get will probably be tendered to Baker would have considered himself ic
Telegraph. If we can give Jasper pupils to school
01J on these
o and Hamilton good a the state to' protect their title or it may seceed entirely and possessed of the luck of a prince The schedule data
county as of
:!G' Florida crops may be behind the record of last year but newspaper all the Telegraph gives without further tax payment until not go anywhere or to anything. had he the advantages of even four Inatlons will be given entrance ei.
\ .
"
such time as they can unload their 'As far as Clay county Is concerned, months as folio
tc of schooling
they are still ahead of the nation as a whole. Starke and Bradford county we a year. Very Thursday morning Science<
holdings' Homebody else As has from a financial point of view the few i
of the present members of,
h o shall feel that we have succeeded.. English 2 A, Engliith 4. bin,
Tiv -Jasper News.. been pointed:.ouff. the holders of county would probably gain from congress and the U S. Senate were,, eight and mathematics
Wauchula' Advocate observes that a bald man can be a land who' are seeking to get the the annexation. In fact it is ab- fortunate enough In youth to seven
--' o gets I Thursday afternoon
Matins failure, even, though h<5 has come out on top. State Forester Harry Lee Baker, state 16 'furry their investmentswlthout'4hpneis.EbaeIrlmeny solutely certain )'Jtrt would, because I even four months of free achollng history eight B, English i t D pij,Lal",
: Instances the taxes "imld! :''Ju Mhe '
] ; > territory
each
Children
4
year. In
few announced that grow up 1,
gnickl : a days ago / I history seven, mathemm
o already ta I.eq off the land,' d.oes'not meet tint expense
) of dense
tag eta' under the Clark-McNary act Flor- government Ignorance' under the shad I eight.
The dairy industry will provide welcome "loose change"among In tlmbett btfimlnfcruls. many times in the'territory. I
tlen'vAU ida, during the coming year, will great ows of the finest school edifices In Friday morning
History t,
what iheTanil/forl-fnally'eo"' tt them, deal of the in the territory
farmers property the county. The Maxvllle section
the of the the around.
county year receive $76,000 from the government history 3 A, Cicero, science et|
still desire have It held for
but to has
paid no taxes for a num- has been given the same qualityof
aa compared with $37,000 Friday afternoon
o them until they can .catch the ber of years. It is not at all'likely schools and teachers other : Engliuhl I,
received during last for forest as
English
Live Oak is enjoying opening of the cotton ginning season protection. This year is good news "rfucker" whq?.goj$ away during! .the that either Dirjal, Bradford orBaker sections of the county, and we ,,1. eight, biology! A, alpb

r-I, with three gins taking care of the fleecy staple. for Florldans as a considerable boom period. will stand for having wish- have not a doubt that the childrenin I Saturday morning. Science I
The logical thing for the state ed
them
portion of this state's future pros- upon more territory that section are Just as well English 3 B, English
o- to'do 1. biology) I
Is to take the lands
over which will .
-Tj perity depends on reforestation of prove a liability. Du educated as the children of any Saturday afternoon
If the hot summer is to be followed with a severe winter, Its which present claimants do not val and Bradford counties certainly section. Hjiorjj
cut-over lands.-Ocala Star. history 3 B
history 2 A4BJ hi
Florida will be a crowded state during"the next few months. ---0-- care enough for to keep the taxes could gain nothing from acquir- We think this is no argument at tory 1 B, geometry 3. English J
[alter] paid and resell to others or give ing the territory, and there Is very all. It baa
o The law does say, we believe nothing to It, and It la en and English eight B, natti]
, 9 that our taxes are due and payableIn title through homesteading. TIlls strong probability that they would likely as a part of some other mutlcs eight..
Ohio are using as front features storiesof would not only bring the lands
newspapers page the altogether. But suppose assume greater financial obliga- county they would fare no betterIn S. S, Do\\llc(,
back upon the, tax rolls but would tions without sufficient tax reve- school faclltles.
watches
bmmiri4e exploding from heat. Blowing up Father Time. partial payments were received P"IIp., .
credited until the full amount was bring, new settlers to the state on nue to reimburse them. The wholeplan The complaints of the people In .
-o
i 'paid, when a receipt In full wouldbe terms ,which,would make It pos- 'Is' not very courteous, be- the section mentioned should be West Palm BeachWork 1
With opening school the youngsters have an sible for them to gain a footholdand neither of
tie oppor- Issued-who would be hurt? cause the counties has looked into by the county authorities ed on newly organized AI\\

ktndyiCanovt tunity of making records far more profitable than tree-sit- And what would be done about make permanent residence extended an Invitation to the annexationists and If the people are not being Creamery building In F/amlnrl/

ting. ItT-8$. Petersburg Times. The here. sIt to become grafted on. given a square deal the policy district to cost :more Aio( f'SI.

Idea appears to contain merit, tho now appears that precedent In,these matters an Invitation should be changed Immediately. 000.
o has already been set for this sort
the tax collector might grumble a
Women growing older leading strenuous of procedure, Editor Howard
p are or more little about the bookkeeping- ,
Sharp of the Everglades News
' l'l't. lives judging from the steadily increasing number of beauty Florida State News.-.. that Minnesota and Wisconsin says, in
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$ o4v shoppes. -- their earlier days, had much cut- "
dde
Store this fact in your memory, THESE
over timber and which reverted to ARE.
o
to make conversation with the
the state from non-payment of
Trying to pronounce the names of foreign gangsters do- nexfnew-comer you meet. Florida
taxes ,
? Jt a F ; ing their daily dozen murders in this country should be consumes and furnishes the nation "In; Minnesota the state took the ''I\;';;pti''.: IJ I,:"r4n!::: w" :..n.t,1[,,,!;:' '! '4 "qu' f
Mill* I with one hundred and fifty million -: 'I i1: "I'K.', 'I ,..r"1''" ", ,' I I'f
IIIUMMlforfl land Instead of letting the land '' :::: ,' ": .,h\i' TH E PRICE 0 F'
enough to their shipment the waters. .
'Ii'I
cause across '
f ndan4.nt dollars worth of fruits, vegetables barons have It back," says Mr. ,! I'" ..l!Ijli'it,, : .i.1I',,. ',!: ;;'JIU1.; \;,
o o dairy and live-stock prod
sharp. "Then the state advertised
'.v+q Palatka Daily News tells of hornets invading the bath- ucts yearly. And you can truth-
fully tell the new-comer that this
I teef f room of the advertising manager of that paper. That's the last la only the small beginning of PROSPERITY

' and place? an advertising man should be caught with hornets.Kentucky's what Florida will do with Its great Keep Cool nt the . .
agricultural resources Melbourne -

r., o enabled farmers Times. FLORIDATHEATRE: a'ytF nr: i ,;p';
of that stateto
r''Dual 6 strawberry crop -- Mner 1't'itot.

pay oft their debts for the first time in many years. Bradford The republican state committeehas Itli"HfrtS .
It 1der "' ,
- I ,k county's next crop will put our farmers back in clover. drafted a party platform containing .an l
ur *o ? many wise recommendations Home of VltaphoneGAINESVILLE

huihl o- but that plank which would ,lr
FLA.
t tf tt4. The desire for speed snuffed out two more young lives limit the state road department to ,

last week. Youth has plenty of time little to do and nowhereto maintenance work only for the We Americans are proud of our prosperity as

next two years Is not so wise.I Program Week August 22TODAY' II II I II a nation. We are proud of
our
teeming factories
go apparently until seated under the steering wheel of an must be remembered that the state \

automobile. will get something like $600,000 .... .- - 1 of our vast agricultural development

n a year from the federal govern- of our far-flung net of railways. And we are

Florida is paying pensioners of the war between the: It ment meets for federal the next aid three with years a like it Jl-l ever going ahead . progressing. n

Joan Crawford'In
., states $96,000 this month. Another interesting point is : amount and that unless some 1000 ,w atl

' that of the 2,360 pensioners drawing the $40 monthly only state convicts are worked on the
'ar y yIe roads, thereby earning their keep, "Our Blushing Brides" GROWTH, IS CONSISTENT .' 1t

44 are old soldiers. the state must provide for themat With Robert Montgomery Anita -

Ralford at heavy expense. Flor '
-- ---oOne Page|
ida's road department Is a going 'A.I.I'Io.-G.t1\iO\ COMEDY The secret of this titantic growth is individual
way to get rid of surplus lots.is being tried in Frost- ,
concern and slowing it too .
,, '
up e. "'
-- - -- enterprise. The
proof where the city council offers lots free of charge'' and much! will do more harm than country has not merely

I.U good.-Ocala Star. SATURDAY"THE (;e "grown up" like little Topsy. Far-visioned
clear of all encumbrances and taxes to anyone who will builda ...
.
house costing not less than $750. 0--- SEA'BAT"A business men (Empire Builders they have

. o 11111.uctOft/ Headquarters .. . r,1 justly been called) staked their' judgment onAmerica's

oa Wauchula supplies electricity for power and heating in (Lakeland Ledger.) fifty thriller'of fathoms down the'Sea-, fights taken :tm ei future and won. Aided by shrewd

1 homes at sliding scale starting at four cents kilowatt. While While Lee R. Miller, head of the with big whales anti sharks. a bankers they welded the golden key to success N

Miller anctlon at Hammond and With and Cttas.ItlrUortl in the crucible
Raquel Torres of progressive effort.
nt.d Wauchula charges a slightly higher rate for lighting than Lakeland, ':S seeking to get better

Ili Starke the present local heat and power rate stands as a bar express rates and conveniencesfor -- . - --
Sol
t i to ever developing a day load for the municipal plant. himself and the growers. Inde- lIondayTuesday BUILDERS WILL BE REWARDED
pendents are moving through the ,
* I Ihi
o
.n strawberry belt In an effort to signup _
: So-called "hard times" is rather a relative matter. Thatis the truckers, it Is reported In Jack Oakie

lie'p the people themselves have a great deal to do with makingbusiness Lakeland from several sources. An in"Let's America is young. There is always room at '

Independent has been operating In Go Native"With I. the top. Every well-planned business enter-
A such bad
'
depressions. temporary reverse as a
the Galloway-Kathleen section this SktM- Gallagher, Kay
vli prise holds out rich rewards to the Builder "
t tW crop season comes occasionally. Those persons who have week?lt la declared. Francis A J.>.nurtt<"> McDonald ;
Does the
hna not been provident enough to save a little something againstthe Contracts are being sought from -irA sermon strike home t?

the In for loans for
"rainy day" that is almost sure to come sooner or later growers return WEDNESDAYEdmund
ek I the purchase of fertilizers and -
-
feel the pinch of the ,reverse ,and begin to talk hard times. : food stuffs before the next crop Is '4> Lowe.

The lament find the available A big concern also U .
spreads and soon we even most opt S 5 "la 44
endeavoring to line up the grow. .
mistic and forward-lookingbusiness men of the community .ers. It was learned. ';yiJo'rl-; Ckless: 5 I J .

joining in the lament and then the' good, provident farmer ;; Mr. Miller ts expected to be In Comeayre'Llot.'s; ; ltwuTHl4'M.1lLt .''"5 ,

k 7I a smoke ',Lakeland by August 18. lie.I.la -- .- '' --
with enough provisions in his barn and house to l last ,

I his family for a whole year takes up the r refrain. He, beginsto due at Jacksonville Aug. 18 to attend :Coming1' 1IKOTHKII.S pioon : :
a hearing arranged by the BANK OF

f imagine that there will never again be any money or pro- Florida railroad commission at his (Stars ''of:..JIt Cocoanuta, ) STAR KEA

visions made. All begin to curtail their business operations, Instance to obtain new tariffs on ".4NIM.1Itr('PL' \CKElt: 9"
shipments. been
He
and also pinch and stint in their personal expenditures.; When express seeking more favorable has rates on .-At The-" Lyric"- .Friday' .Hut.-,- ROLL OF HONOR BANK

this abnormal line'of conduct becomes wide-spread you have pony express shipments and more UAKY 'OOI'ERIn.

your business depression, and it largely: brought on by the diversion on carload movements.' E. S.: MATTHEWS\ President R.J. DAVIS Cashierr
The ,
question of the
moving auction "'
people themselves. 1'11101 VIIUUSilAN" ,
from Lakeland to Plant City
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