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 29, 1930
Frequency: weekly
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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 )
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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C'ORKft".man Grrpn Declares Fruit Strawberry growers ot East HlUs- RECEIVE BIDSFour
Men of Florida Will Get at boro county are turning toward Agricultural Deportment Given
GOING AHEAD 745055 Fifty Per Cent of -' the preparation, of their land for Out Interesting MtatoIDtCMuation. -
LOtCII on Account: Fly Larceny Cam Made t'p Majority the forthcoming producing season. The 1930-31 session of ute 1'rojnrte
In Thin
Boctlou lurlu
of Trials Bradford -
Monthly Although weather conditions as County High School will
Gainesville, Aug. ,26.-R. A. Term" of Court usual will largely determine the begin proper Monday morning, Marking the sites of tho most I afksonvllle Aug. 27.-Declar- Sept. 1st. All pupils will be Important and significant historical -
Green of Starke, representative I In actual acreage to be set to strawberries expected -
t tIn tbat 'conditions in Florida are congress from the second district Six cases of petit larceny and : early Indications are that to register thl ,,week and Incidents In the history of Among the projects on which H.'
better than In any state I have of Florida, spent several hours 1 In five of other offenses made up the the acreage will exceed that of' a get their books and 'asslgmenta. Florida a large historical map has the state road department will receive .
ted In several months with Recitations will been prepared and Is being issued bids on September 8th
t Gainesville yesterday afternoon August term of county Judgb year ago. This'was evidenced ear- begin Monday and aro \
meKS and general economic while en route Williston, where court occupying Tuesday and I ly In the season when express figures continue through the day. The by the state department of agri two on state road 13. one on state
dltlon i on upward trend" R. A. he attended the dedicatory exercises -: Wednesday. Five conviction showed that approximatelythree opening exercises will begin at culture.In road 68 and one on the state prison i, '.
en of Starke. congressman of the new Masonic lodge were secured pro ectutlon with- times the naval.. number of nine o'clock and will consist of devotional addition to the marking of farm road 48. these four projects v j.
| the second Florida district building In that city last night.In drawn In one case, two plead guilty -. plants had been* Delved In this exercises and short talks the points the map carries a complete being among the twelve on ;1J'
t erda? predicted that the 1m- conversation with a repre- and three were found not guilty section for lummer nd tall plant- by some of our prominent citizens. cronologlcal list of the his- which the department has asked r'
,vement will be firm" sanative of the Daily Sun, Mr. by Jury. Ing. Dry weather In July curtailed After exercises are concluded pupils torical events from 1497 when the for bids on that date. ',
;OJ ongrensman Green was in the Green expressed the belief that the Tom Everett plead guilty to the the plant crop to-a' certain degree, will be dismissed to their period ,of exploration began, to Project No. 911, on road 68, } "
,. conferring with Federal au- fruit growers of Florida who loa charge of petit larceny In connection and while It Is believed that It rooms and the regular work for 1930 when" "the subject of a new running west from Hampton to ,
here as well as Jackson- the day will begin. system of taxation Is the connect with the Brooker "
ritles their fruit as a result of the Medi- with the theft of 27 chicken will be none too numerous this leading road .
a business executive terranean fruit fly quarantine from Mrs. Ola Perkins of Lawtey fall a shortage Is not anticipated.In All parents school officials and Issue." covers surfacing of this connect i
Recently It has been my pleas- would eventually get at least fifty and also to theft of an automobile some 'Instances plants set In friends of the school are cordially The map is Issued from the bureau ing link, bids being asked for supplying .. :
visit many places In the battery. Sentence Invited to attend the exercises and of immigration by T. J. approximately 18.480 gallons ;;
i to per cent of the value of the fruit was withdraw June were a total..loss, while otherinstances -
ond district and other places Instate loss. He did not believe that notion until Everett completes a sentence a considerable proportion -i to visit during the year. Brooks assistant commissioner! of oil asphalt and alternate bids i1{
and I find conditions on the matter of 'reimbursing he Is now serving In Marion coun- of the plants were lost. Dry The teachers for the school year agriculture. Credit Is given to on 924 tons of slag, crushed stone 'r
st promising." Congressman the growers would be taken ty. weather served to decrease the are as follows: Jullen Yonge Robert Hanson. W. and crushed gravel. '
S. S. Dowllng. T. Cash, and A. II. Roberts for Project 801. on state road 48 .
en declared. "The tobacco before the next session of con- Raymond Prescott was found number of runners put out from principal. High '
p of central and west Florida I gresd. guilty by jury of being Implicatedwith these plants with the result that school: Miss Florence Matthews, the preparation of the chronological Is for the necessary 18 Inch corrugated ,
brought considerable new The congressman says that this Everett in both petit larceny there Is a smaller yield of plants history and English; Mrs. George ) data. metal piping to be used on "
ney Into that section of the year's crop of fruit will be a heavyone charges and received a fine of $10 for fall setting. C. White. Latin and mathematics: the new prison farm road between
is, with the price wblle. not as and that the growers will get and costs for theft of chickens and The usual season for setting out Mrs. D. P. Carpenter science and INTEREST.; : IN DAUYINO Cm<)\V. Starke and Kalford.
li as was expected. being bet- good prices. lie blleves that the $1 an4 costs tor automobile battery of plants from which will come I history; Mrs. T T. Long, history ISO Project 677-B covers materialto
on jJie average than that o lined recently-enacted tariff bill will be making a total ot $84.05. the season's \yield of Jjerrlealsj ordinarily -. and English: Miss Isabel Fernandez - be used In constructing 12.58
In Georgia and other areaa. of great benefit to the fruit and i ii O. C. Harris was found not-guilty between: Spimbr5.and ; teacher training; 'MTSsFT' Farmers and stockmen In this miles of lime rock base on state
A large yield of general'crops i' vegetable growers of the state of a charge 'of assault and bat October 15. although some Henderson, commercial; Broward section are showing an Increased road 13 from Bronson to Ellzey.
everywhere evident., and the sad! the shipments from foreign tery.William growers prefer to plant earlier.It Lovell, coach. Interest In the establishment of Finishing of this link will complete -
,pie seem convinced that better countries will be greatly curtailed. Romey and Willie Is quite generally\ understoodthat Junior high: Mrs. B. Perkins, the dairy industry In the county, state road 13 from Baldwin
os are In the Immediate future. Congressman Green predictedthat Crawford open profanity. Prosecution growers her j In general plan science and history; Miss Maud twenty head of milch cows having to Cedar Key: and likewise shorten -
acreage of fall truck Is Florida withdrawn Mitchell mathematics and science. been bought during the past few the distance
: crops will benefit by the upon paymentof to Increase their acreages over betweert\, the two
ppI satisfactory and those crops, drought that has existed in a number costs by defendants. those of last year.* Grammar grades: Miss Minnie days to start herds In !some! Instances points. Traffic now golngr to Cedar
my op:nlon. will find a consum- of the central and middle Tommie Forsyth and Leon Alvarez Gruberj Miss Eunice Perkins Mrs. and to.add to existing Key goes by way of Chiefland
market for the decrease in eastern states, in that Florida will petit larceny theft of chick- '.(COUNTY-WIDK.W.W ON, Edna Hart Miss Gussle Mae Bennett herds, Mr. L. I). Green stated from UroiiHou, Efforts to close
ease planted by our foreign be able to ship a great deal more ens from Mrs..Reddish. Verdict of TICKET: I'OU'IOU Miss Madge\ Mlddleton Miss Wednesday. Mr. Green spent Wed- the gaps In road 13 between Baldwin
mpotltors, should stimulate the products to the northern markets not guilty. ': '.. nl' Ethel Orlffln, Miss Olive Ray. Mrs. nesday In Newberry looking over and Fcrnandlna! are being
rket this fall and next spring than ordinarily Is the case. In other Dave Manning, held on charge Tick eradication will not begin If. C. Hitch and Mills Kstelle Da stock and several more purchaseswill made and It Is likely some parts
Florida vegetables.The words he says there will be a of open profanity was found gully until 1932 in Hlllsborought county vis. Mrs. A. B. Wall. nubile school be made this week. Two will)( be Included In the budget for
, large citrus crop will un- greater demand for Florida-grown by jury and fined |10 and costs It was learned from the state live music; Miss Hazel Mlddleton expression things are holding up a more rap- next year If not completed from
btedly have an Important effect fruits and vegetables. than for the Manning was charged with threatening stock board which. according tots Mrs. Jo'. II. Long piano. Id growth of dairy herds here Mr coast to coast.
n the business life of our state past several :years. B. II. Brosky for giving information program for 1931, contemplates -' S Green stated: the Impossibility of The fourth, project covers the '
p winter and next spring espec- During the summer while"'con-, against his son, Clarence Inauguration of systematic TIM'CK CHOI CONDITION securing good stock immediately construction of one mile of highway -
/ a> the Federal quarantine gress is not in session Congressman Manning. tick eradication In Citrus, Sumter IN NORTh MAY MKAN: KALI and present financial condition. of on road 13. from Gainesville
ulatluns! have been so helpfully Green spending'his vaca- Clarence Manning petit larceny, I Lake Orange, Seminole Urevard PROSPERITY: FOR FLORIDA tile farmers. r, \\a Qaysvllle.
'luted." I tion at his ho tie In'' Starke; but he heft of chickens from Mrs. Ola Indian River and St. Lucie coun- However, a sufficient number ol The completion of road 78 between
"ongreflnman Green announced stated that be find. plenty to occupy Perkins Lawtey. Verdict not gull- ties. Miami, Fla., Aug. 22.-Conditions milch cows have been secured to Jacksonville and St. Augustine ,
ii ke would address a districtting his time ,and attention pertaining t>\ (At present the. board Is conductIng which have meant loss of assure starting of a milk truck is seen in the near future
of the Order of the East- to congressional matters. Clyde Edmondson assault and systematic eradication In Ala- crops to mOllt'northern states, ac to Jacksonville dally between tho the bids to be opened on September '
Star at Kingsley Lake Thurs- battery, Found guilty $10 and chua, Marlon Putnam.Volusla, St. cording to a leading produce mer- middle of September and October 8th Including the nineteen
while on Monday he will be MILLER AUCTION HKAU' costs. Johns. Flagler and portions of PU- chant and wholesaler here, should 1st. Arrangements have been miles of base north of St. Augus
principal speaker at the Labor TO ADDRESS: GROWKR8 Eddy Parnell, petit larceny Verdict vat and Lake 'counties. bring prosperity to Florida this made with truck :line operating tine.
celebration planned at Cedar -----' guilty, $25 and costs. "The amount of territory that fall. This prediction Is based on between Gainesville and Jacksonville -- -
., He said that shortly after Plant Clty..Aug. 26.-There has Chas. Butler reckless operationof the board can work' yearly is determined the huge potential demand for [ to take up'the' I load ot milk EDUCATION OF- KKGROK8: ::
Cedar? Key meeting he planned been quite an agitation among a automobile. Verdict guilty $50 by the amount of money Florida garden. truck which will each morning at a cost of approximately IS NOT NEGLECTS: > IIY 1i-1
eturn to Washington for a number of the growers of this section and coats. received from the special tax levy develop as the shortage from the 2 cents a gallon with the FLORIDA, REPORT SHOWS <;>
rl business visit. to have the Miller Auctionnow ot one-half mill collected for this northern drought makes Itself felt empty containers returned. :

-- located In Lakeland to move GET H TON AVKKAttKSILAGK purpose.." said J. V. Knapp state Florida has not suffered from Education of negroes.ln Florida
1'SStsWAY; AT WALDO to Plant City. Local groups have EXPERIMENT" veterinarian. Following completion the drought.. Though south Florida I..E,%RN ISO TO CULLS IIK\H: Is not being neltlec.'ted' :evident,
Interested themselves in the affair STATION 70 ACRES of the work In the counties we had only a fraction over three THAT LOAF INSTEAD OF LAY from the totals of funds spent durIng -
'r. F. DeSha, for 46 years a resl- and have had the matter up with are now operating In, the board inches of rain in July, the total the fiscal year pf 1929 issued
it,t Mr. Miller for several weeks. A contemplates an extension of ac- was only slightly under the nor- Mrs.
of Alachua county, passed Gainesville Fla. Corn shouldbe Johnson and I were over by W S. 'Cawthon, state'superin:
V at his home in Waldo about visit here in connection with the measured by tons when 70 tivities. It Is assumed If we can mal and was more than balancedby at a culling demonstration at a tendent of public instruction.
','clock Sunday afternoon after local invitation has been delayed: acres will average nearly 8 tons of work, as fast in the future as we an extra heavy June rainfall nearby farm recentlyand learned The total of $48,065)" received
mgerlng sickness, lasting over for several days by Mr. Lee R. Mil\ Illage. Due to such a yield there have In the past that the work Newly designed refrigeratorcars something about how to tell a from the funds Is matchedby
njr months. ler.. He will be here Saturday afternoon .Is silage, galore at the Florida Experiment will be completed, In. Florida not which keep Florida produce : good laying hen from a poor one local funds in many cases arid
| oseph DeSha was one of three however, and will talk to Station farm, and olny later than 1935." in excellent condition for deliveryto The extension poultry specialistwas certain specifications must be
JffllItWI' ing children out of a family growers at the city hall at 3:00: about half of the 70 acres plantedto Since the board began the systematic northern markets quicker railroad there and told us how to pick complied with In order that. the
boys and six girls and with o'clock.He feed the Station's livestock. has eradication the cattle schedules and new tariff out the poor layers-those that money might be distributed.
} death only two children of one will discuss the strawberry been harvested ever. tick. In' 1924, quarantine[ >- rates! which exclude foreign com are not apt to bring In, more than The general board fund contrib
(he oldest and most influential situation and also winter vege- According to Dr. A. L. Shealy, frictions hayal'beea lifted.from 39 petition, all are working to bring the cost of their feed-so that uted $10.550 for employment of
I'llley es of the county are left. tables in mixed carload lots. head of the Animal Husbandry counties and part of'another coun- greater prosperity. the Florida they can be removed from the the supervisor of negro education
are Geo. M. DeSha, well- Department, the ccrn was planted ty. .In this area the tick has been grower. flock,' permitting more profit to be his expenses and general equip
]iwi n county commissioner and LOANS APPLIKH; TO PLANTS larch 6. and BOO pounds per acre estroyed. Seemingly the same elements made from the ones that are kept. ment. For Industrial tralnlnor. MIA
p. !Minnie Stovall of Columbus, of a 5-7-4 fertilizer was applied. The counties now freed of ticks which have been working for the The specialist gave each of us a Jeane fund donated $5,520: and
Through efforts of CongressmanGreen About two months later 125 lbs.of are as follows: southern districts have curtailed chart to help us In doing the work for training the Slater fund gave
I aides the brother 'and sister. the Federal loans made nitrate of soda per acre was .Eecambla Santa Rosa, Okaloo- production In the north. Besides when he Is not with ua. Here Is' 5520. The largest amounts
available to farmers who suffereda Ba Walton. Holmes, Wa htngton. the drought. the general business
rdt ceased Is survived by a lov- added. To further Improve the what the chart contained about were from the Julius Rosenwald
wife and six children three loss In their crops of last season oil Crotalaria solid building sum Bay Jackson Calhoun, Gulf uncertainty and the proHpect of bow to pick out the good layers fund which provides that local authorltlex -
and three girlsr Morris Lor- has been extended to the purchaseof mer legume was broadcast over adsden. Liberty Franklin. Leon the new tariff law caused northern from the poor layers. and the negroes them- .
( nd! Kramer DeSha and Mrs. A. strawberry plants Mr Green the area when the last cultivation Vakulla Jefferson Madison, Tay- planting to be restricted hence flood Layer. selves match the funds. Of these ,'
having been advised by the boardto or, Gllchrlst Hamilton Suwan-' less competition in the markets ot''
IsuItldo vens of Waldo Mrs. P. L. was given. Comb: lieu large waxy. full. $ I 0.725 were for libraries and
that effect. While the, loans nea Lafayette, Dixie, Columbia northern cities for shlpped-ln
las, of Jacksonville) and Mrs. Many of the stalks measured over pro- Eyes: Outstanding, bright, well $16,050 for the construction of
could be used for purchase of seed 15 feet In Baker, Union Levy Bradford, duce.
Ice Blackburn of Fort Meade. height and It is estimated apart roundl.h new negro school buildings./
I ceased was a member of the it did not clearly cover the pur- that though planted for silage Clay Nasaua, end that part of Dual Already, reflecting approach- Face: Clean cut. free from wrinkles. .
ftU of Pythias and a membere chase of plants and the congressman the remaining. half will aver- ,. lying north and west of the shortage beans are commandinga I FUn: IMMAUHH: ROrtft.VHHRU'S : -
Immediately took the matter 35 St. Johns river. price of JOe a pound on the re-
Baptist church. Funeralces age bUllhels.lieI' acre. The Body Deep both front and rear, : STORE: FRIDAY '
and interment at up with the authorities. A new state's average yield of silage Is'', tail market In Miami compared slab sided. -- ,
Monday afternoon.were supply of the necessary forms in from three to five tons, and of: L. 1'.. RAY 1Il"'H.J with a normal price of 8c. Growers Hack: Broad. Width carried Plant City Aug. 26.-Fire of
making application for loans have corn from 13 to 15 bushels.JACKSONVILLE PAItRINH IIOMK are reaping a welcome harvest. well toward tall. unknown origin discovered about
been received and are now in the The largest vegetable crop In its Pelvic
Molt : Two 12:15
WOODMKN: : PICNIC e ore more Friday morning damaged
hands of the different committees. CONCERNAWARDED L. M. Gray..local road contract history will be harvested by FlorIda Angers apart thin pliable. the stock of Sam Rosenberg In
|The> Starke Junior Woodmen Today Is the last, day applications K0; .%!) CONTRACT or, 'has'purchased the .Highland this :year..according to expert Pelvla to breast bone: Three or the Herring buUdlng South Collins 't
le,> together with the Galnes- will be received and growers must Heights home of M. M. Parrllh.It estimates. Much of this enlarge- more fingers with no bagglness. street, to the prooable extentof
l and Palatka circles, had a file their applications before the The contract for materials for was announced last night. It ment will come In the tomato acre- Shanks: Bleached and rather several thousand dollars. The
''it I Picnic and all-day swimming last mall closes. Is understood approximately $30- age, and will be based on the increase -
the damage to the
widening of state road No. flat.Skin building was as
'. Friday 000 was Involved In the In tariff which excludes. .
Aug. 22. deal. : Thin loose.
3 In Duval county from Jacksonville velvety great If not greater than to the
Theoil three circles met at ten GAS COrM t'TIOS north toward the municipal The homeone, of the finest In Mexican competition. Rental price Venti Large moist faded. stock. The combined loss of stock
k at the Woodmen Hall and airport was awarded Monday Gainesville. I. now occupied by Dr. of tomato land has gone from $15 Feathers: Old worn late molt. and building will come well under
there went to Hayes' landing Gasoline consumption for the morning to Baker-Holmes Company John J. Tlgert and family,) who It and $20 to $30 and $35 ,.a'll.acre.. I'oor LayersComb $$10.000 with Insurance to cover
Ki i Ingsley Lake where every- state showed a slght! increase dur- Jacksonville at a price of Is understood will continue to reside : Pale small scurfy shriv the los,.
*as In readiness for the pie ing July according to the report 6750. in the home until the expIra- POST eled. The fire was well under way \

The ker I. issued by the Inspection bureau, Approximately 750 cubic! yardsof tion of their present lease. An KUHBX car out of Jacksonville .:yes; Sunken dull, turning In when the alarm was sounded
children were given two department of agriculture 16- Several months ago It was rumored toward the nostrils. about 12:15
; mixed
ready concrete will be broke down the white I a. m. Friday morningand / .
unto t.1 for bathing before noon, and 630.667 gallons being used dur- laid, It was announced by Karl I that the state would buy the post at the corner of Smith' Service way. Eye ring and beak: Yellow. It required a large amount of "
olva thirty they were called ing that month. as compared with Roesch secretary of the state road home for Dr. Tigert, however, the ,' Station Tuesday night, levelIng Fave Shallow round. water thrown upon the stock to
'II enjoy the spread, which had 16,249,146 gallons during June. department where the bids were deal was never consumated. the post and damaging the Back) Narrow sloping taper- extinguish the blaze. The blaze
]prepared-by the mothers of For Bradford the Gainesville Evening News, Thereday. Ing.
fco county opened and the winner announced., front of the car. The driver soon would have eaten a way Into
t blned circles. was slight 76,932 gallons being No other projects were bid on at decided s. moment to late apparently Pelvic bones; Less than two the attic of the Consolidated 6 and
er lunch games and contests reported used during July and 76- Monday morning's session. S or too early to make a turn**,west fingers apart. 10 cent store making a serious
'IIIord I Prepared by the Starke Jun- 193 during June.CHANtiKS BOX Hfl'PEIl Into Call street and struck"the Pelvic to breast! bones: Less conflagration.< The blaze started

Miss Amy Moore INJtRED I.V WRECK: Iron standard. Damages to the than three linger.. often hawr-... or-- near the back of the .tors. near
'''tag; great fun to the seventy- The Woodmen Circle hard fat.Venti the bargain
Starke shoe
UKt' IX TEXT IJOOKH white way post were paid by' the r section but smoke
t II OUog children. After the con- All five occupants of a Chevrolet will sponsor s benefit box supperto driver. Puckered dry yellow. I was thick throughout the store
Were over and prizes were 11th grade: Call for Literatureand sedan received serious Injuries be give non the lawn of I* V. S Shank: Yellow and rounded. and water also did much damageto
Ted L 1 led, the children again en- Life book 3, $2.07. instead of. Wednesday afternoon when It'' Moore on Labor day. 'Sept. 1. at MACC'LKNNY: VISITOR Skin: Thick hard coarse. the stock.VHTOIl .
the swimming until late In book 4.Course. turned over three time following 7:30: In the evening,. Splendid program f Feathers: Either molting. or
I t -
rternoon.elr' The many Juniors also Includes 'Geometry I the bursting of a front tire. :The an enjoyable lime Is prom .- Col. Walter A. Dopson and Editor new. c.n''A'ISITUIC I
chaperones then l left for eet for everybody. Bring S
elf $1.38. accident happened short distance your Tate Powell of the Baker -
tt M"onus, each expressing blm- momentary Economics only tak- south of Starke and two of the box. County Press Misses Gertrudeand Bids opened by state highway The French Nestor Victor caravan
& having had a wonderful en rP In second semester I parties Mr, and.Mrs. J. D. Walling Elizabeth Russ. of Macclenny, department for tar prime and oil operating out of'JacksoDvllle.
Th,I 12th grade will use Literatureand of Welrsdale. were brought to Dr. Arcadia D SoU> County Cooperative were visitors' to Starke Saturday asphalt for project No. 713 road paid Starke a visit Wednesday
members of the combined Life book i, instead of book IE. L. Biggs' office for treatment. Vegetable Growers Association I i Col. Dopsoa Is reported to be eon No. 28 from'In ''Columbia county running morning and during Its slow" jour-
:. wish to thank Mr. and Mrs."ayes 4. 'Their niece and two children were and Nocatee Cooperative s'derlng! getting In the race for the Watertown to Union I ney about the streets of the town
for their kindness In treated In Hampton by a physician. !- Growers Association marketed governorship 'Jn. 1832 and bis ounty line. furnished listeners with a selection
III e the' use of their landing St. Petersburg -Rutland Bros The top of the car was about $40,000.worth of vegetablesthis friends are urging him to be arandidste. Miami- S of popular and classical mush
picnic Key West
remodeling store building. wrecked. season. be road will broadcast through amplifiers set.
J completed soon. In the side of the car.

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DEPARTMENT PUHIIKH COOPERATE IN BUYING tor at only half the expense of ment for corn, and that winter which thabrushed. backs of the boo.
r LOWLY H1VKKT I'OTATO FARM MACHINERY AND buying: a. tractor. cover crops were the cheapest Do not .
number of machines sources of nitrogen. On his farm cloth bindings. Leath'1
V FARM NEWS SECTIONConducted The state department of agriCUlture badly needed In Florida forming records show that fertilizer cost ruined by; Jt. et H
be bought and for a bushel. of.corD -was,n cents This mixture
that might well
in making an effort to "put'' .(( : Spud Job ason ) source'and may also lit
the lowly sweet potato. ;, That "good equipment makes a used cooperatively. Some of them from a commercial to advantage in controlling)
In a little booklet just published good farmer'better" has come to are manure spreader, corn harvester about five cents from winter. peas. and: roaches In IIltche:

: Conducted By by the department various be accepted '::11I.true. That It will pea huller spraying outfit, -.-i-- plying' to shelves and oaf a

r I wee| potato recipes are listed If properly ;used, make a good traction plow, lime and fertilizer KEEP INSECTS FROM BOOK of tables and around theh baa..

: 'MISS PEARL JORDAN, Home Demonstration Agent along with the claim that a full, farmer out ofsa( poor one la also distributor, potato diggers, stalk COVERS cabinets.
cutter, grain drill, peanut picker, Lucy'
well-balanced meal can be cooked Belle
Roaches and silver fish are an- Beth
with nothing but sweet potatoes true.Much the machinery and mule clipper, cement tile or block .
of after
cient enemies of books. Year -
i'i machine, road drag, cane mill, hay Lake Ro
i used in different ways.It equipment r'.eeded'on the average the deadly destructiongoes City j.
Florida Newspapers concrete mixer, silo forms, year ed T
'. small farm Is.not there becauseof press, on and'in hot climates par- Wimberly: store ?||,
j ', time to be thinking about etc. \ tion on Gainesville hlghl/1''
: the high first cost, and also be-
hundreds of books are
t In Success winter Austrian This Is a considerable list, and ticularly, miles south '"'
I, Big Factor planting cover crops. cause the season In which the implements marred completely ruined. of town.
I Iitc all of them or
winter peas and hairy vetch can be used Is generallya if every farmer had The starch of the cloth bindingI Fort Myers standard .
sown in the fall will more than short one. However, if 'a num- he needs, it would be very expensive purchased lot on north M
Farmers' Week I the attractive Ingredient on
| 1930 doublwthe following ;yield of corn, ber of small farmers wjll go In to- for him to buy them,. by him- which roaches and silver fish feed/. Caloosahatchee for $3,250q.!!
West Florida farmers have learn- self. However, they; are not so for new filling '
gether and buy some of the more The librarian of the Experiment taliDn.NineTenth. .
and used
f Gainesville Fla The tine been in effect since May, 1929, up- ,ed. expensive equipment needed, they expensive when bought I Station library protects her booksin

k cooperation given by Florida newspapers on basis of the commission's origInal will be able to get just as good cooperatively. this manner. Obtain ready pre- Preuenf<<

was a big factor In the success finding will be made perma- Groveland Groveland Citrus equipment as the larger farmers.j pared white shellac 'and dilute 3 Nine-tenths of all they
J of the ninth annual Farmers'and nent and insure to Florida ahlp- Growers Association installing uptodate and to make it pay for I AUSTRIAN PEAS CHEAP parts of shellac ,with one of wood American people con be trawdSk l

tar I Fruit Growers' Week recently pers a saving of several hundred equipment. I times over. FERTILIZER FOIl CORN alcohol. The shellac without the to lion constipation throws into, doctors .
the i held here, A, P. Spencer, vlce-director thousands of dollars annually on Tampa Garden Castle Cafe This is coming to be an age of I SAT CHIPLEY FARMER alcohol la too thick and will make which taint and weaken tho system
normal movement. opened for business. machinery In farming as well aa In brittle. every
feel' L Lhe I of the Florida Agricultural the binding: of the body and mako tbtlll
Extension ,Service, sponsoring the other lines of business. Scarcity of Gainesville Fla.-Using 300 If prevention of mold Is desiredat victims for any gr.nns'mch

8isaLabl / week, recently stated., After an erles produce.The labor and high wages have hit the 'pounds of commercial l fertilizer the same time, one I 5 gallon tab- them. Prevent constipation nnd

unusual amount of advance Infor- least investment of all Is required average farmer pretty hard. and making 15 bushels of corn I let of bichloride of mercury maybe will avoid nine-tenths of) al '
with their
; mation was given to the public r In entering commercial Where formerly the work was per acre didn't suit Ed J. Mooks, i added to one pint of the dilute nancial losses.conwqucnt Herbino pain 11II

through the press and county extension 'egg-farming. Any one with a little done by man power it Is now being Chipley farmer lie recently ex- shellac. The mixture la poisonous vegetable cathartic, wiU l. the good

agents record registered ground can start with a good done by maJhiiie power, or it Is plained at Farmers' Week how and should be kept'In a safe and Btipntion. in a natural,prang

attendance of 1,700 from 67 .Florida grade of egg-production poultry being done -by man power at a high that he was now making close to handled only by adult pleasant way. Get a. bottle todifc-1

counties, and some 200 others and gradually build up larger and cost 60 bushels per acre. The difference To apply usa.a soft brush with Canova Pharmacy. '

U 1 1b attended the week, he said. Last larger as his venture proves prof Gun Weeks. and I have owned a he credits mostly to Austrian
I Poultry Hpwlllzatlon
; year's attendance was 1,200 and itable. There is no competitionin tractor together for two years now winter peas, as he wan ex-
sew" the record was 1,180 made In Where does the money lie In this line, as the better egg- and we find that it Is a great labor plaining how he gradually became

the that 1926. the poultry business farmers get a national market saver. It helps us to get our land convinced of the value of this win-
;, It Is also estimated that about This is the age of speclllzatlon and top prices, for their eggs, and prepared and our crops planted on ver cover crop as a nitrogen making YES We can charge your
10,000 people, who could not at- in poultry as In every other line whole communities of successful time. We have always arrangedour and sol'! building plant. 8 UR

tend, listened In to many of the of business that Is modernizing It commercial egg-farmers have work so that each could have lie explained how that In 1928, STORAGE BATTERY InSmith's

f' F FI four dally programs broadcast self. There'are three lines of been established In the past few the use of the tractor half time, when he had 18 acres planted In I
II II'r. from WIIUF. state radio station, work In the poultry business that when In the rush and It
I years In some sections where one season, winter peas, he had five acres
largely due to the fine advance have proved themselves to be economically or two have tried It, with the right has been no great Inconvenience Just across the fence, fertilized

publicity these programs were glv sound and In line for kind of stock and the right kind to either of us. Yet my farm Is and managed just the same, that

en. Spencer said real moneymaking.They of management, and have been so not large enough to justify the produced about 35 bushels per Garage
I The purpose of the Agricultural are: successful that others have followed -I' expense of a tractor for use onlyon acre against 60 on the pea land.

Extension Service Is to extend the KKg-farmlng. The successful and the, whole communityhas It, and neither is Gus Weeks'. lie said that he was convinced ,
usefulness of the entire College of egg-farmer today Is running from prospered aa the result. ''Each of us has the use of the trac- hat nitrogen was the main ele-
Agriculture to those who cannot one or two thousand high egg-pro- .. '
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attend the Tjnlversltjr and Farm- duction bred leghorn henson, up

it YIna era' Week la one of its agencies.: to many thousands. He buys his

t The fine cooperation and good will chicks from the large commercial ,

of the state press Is always con- hatchery and therefore makes his ,.. \
sidered one of Its greatest assets, money from the successful'specialization '" '

he asserted. in one class) of work only, 1
'T' (
I Nate M. noose, president ot the that is, the successful 'raising of &tL\(3.

Dar Florida Press Association, and edi- poultry.
tor of the Arcadian, attended the Commercial hatchery. This is

week and later said, "We have on- an Industry that scarcely even existed -
ly pleasant recollections of Farm- 12 years ago. It has been

ers Week, and believe that a great made possible by invention of
good comes from such gather- mammoth incubators that hold as \.

Ings." many as 60,000 eggs at one time
and which are so successful in
hatching large quantities of husky J'!
I chicks that the commercial hatchery .
WRUF FARM PROGRAM chick can now be had much ( .
1 I L "TGainesville)e Voice of Florida" cheaper than a farmer can. afford

to hatch his own chicks. The com-
farm mercial hatchery also makes It
Fla. A
ales gram Is broadcast each week over possible to gel large numbers ot 1'.
chicks of uniform grade and uniform -
r WRUF from 12:16: to 12:45: ,,
age,'at the same time which _+ -
eastern time, by the Florida Agricultural "
Extension Service. Along in turn makes large scale poultry

with music that farmers will like,, raising possible.The .
the following national breeding farm.
and other features,
C talks are scheduled tor the weekbeginning While breeding was a sport or hob I
I.e August 30: by with many poultry raisers

Aug. 30-Florida Farm years ago, it has now fallen chief-
S. Farm Sci- ly Into the'hands of half a dozen
News and Hints. U,

ence Snapshots.Mon. Flor- have mammoth been .ucces breeding tul farms In producing which GREAT 1 OAKS FROMLITTLE
IDI ., Sept. 1 Meeting Itra.lnll'ot
ida Farmers' Radio Club--Rath- more profitable poultryand
which for that reason have .
rooms for the Rifral Home-Frailer -
Rogers. crowded out the breeders of less ,
strains. About 6,000
Tues., Sept. 2-Control of Flor-
small breeders are estimated to
ida Insect Troubles-J. R. Wat-
1 yl have gone out of business In the
Work for SeptemberJ. -
zs s son. Farm past six or seven years Breed-
ss Francis Cooper..
Wed, Sept. 3 Books or the ing Is so vital to poultry success ACORNS GRO
that there la room for only the
Printed Trail-Mrs. Ida I
5 best. The national breeders supply y
Primer for Town Farm-
the local commercial hatcheries ....,
era. with breeding stock, directly
Thnvs., Sept. 4-Bora* problems ..
or'lndfneUtt,atufit'ls tonthk ex* j
In Coloring Citrus-Dr.. A. S.
tent to which such high quality
breeding stock Is used by the
Fri., Sept, 5 Winter Cover
hatcheryman, that largely controls
Grove -G. H.
Crops for the Pecan -
the quality of the chicks the hatch- .
Blackmon. ' ,
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I'J I l.tnUKS: FROM MXIUD\ a Full Line of \. '
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1 Undertakers' Supplies
1i i Wire has just been received .. ,
,, from C. R. Marshall, counsel ,andJ. AUTOMOBILE IIKARSR '

j Curtis Robinson, executive vice AI*.,.. .. "..d. Tae bat '. '" "
I president of the Growers and .ervle* .< the ......... prior. "" ,

{ ] Shippers League of Florfda, whoIs Hprrlnl. .tm. ord.r.nEOI8TIi'UJD
now In Washington that DI-

j rector W P. tturtel and Examiner : EMOALMER z r
I John L. Rogers of the interstate DEWITT C. JONES

( commerce commission today released 'rAnKE, FLORIDA
their tenflitlve' report in the Y1C7C11 TC0. 1:1: ,

further hearing In the Southeastern -

Kdl Refrigeration Investigation, *5 *
: Docket 17936. The further hear-
}dly ing was held'at the request of the Oftis a 'end

carriers to give further consideration -
to the elements of profit and PROSPERITY

cost ot: haulage of ice In bunkers COMMUNITY
of refrigerator cars, which are factors represents strong

of the refrigeration charges stock fire insur-

for which the carders contended ance companiesand
sufficient allowance had not been :)
is qualified .

the made'commission.Mr. In the original. decision of to give you'sound'insurance Great Oaks from Little Acorns Growl! **1 ,1' not being fair to your town or your own !local! JJ1

Marshall advises that the protec- , i ,'* .
proposed report affirms the findings tion and ' chants. < : ", : "v : ...
and conclusions of the commission : YOU wantto see Starke projv ; : v, ,
service.. ,
in Its earlier reports.. It .
finds that the carriers have wholly ,r j : t j .. ,' viw* ", YOU are sending YOUR DOLLARS O!:t
; .
; failed to sustain their .criti- Your policies examined an4 f ,
Plant your little acorns in, your Own Home .: "
clams and exceptions Jo the com- counsel((ran without obllga "

{;/ mission's,(;original report In'referenco floe b,Zou, ''1t ". . ,_ t, A r ASTHTC: t:! town.' '- ,'
t ,
to which the commission II-.I.

N granted Indicates the thai further on the hesr'nn contrary"" : :, and the firing. your up'buwmiw to data*.protection ovn.'t..; ' ''y:::' a S: : The more ,money' that stays in town, the m<

allowances made by the commission Make YOUR DOLLAffCsTdy home-! -It will
In Its original report for cer- prosperous Starke 'will become.
64t rtl tain factors ot cost were sufficient Te phonor {

'ly This generous.means that.. If the commission .WriteHAROLD help promote community* prosperity.i ... Every time you purchase, something in yj

approves the report of Director -

the reductions Cartel and In Examiner the refrigerationrate Rogers C. WALL When YOU patronize the Big City Mail Order own home town you planting an acorn that v|

melons on and citrus berries fruits from, vegetables Floridato INSURANCE Houses---the house to house peddlers---you are make Starke grow in prosperity.
eastern destinations which have STARKE.


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, .\f' A1."GUST 2B, 1130 ImADPOnD cotrcrrc( T8 ixrnAPn. STARKK FLORIDA MOB THRUH,
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successfully in the red clay hills tempt of court pr ce dlngs. 'tree, a native of China. and a. very shotgun fell from the seat of his time they would take fish In that
' hoop of West Florida Is a well-demon- valuable and money making tree car and was accidentally dis manner. Mr. Hall says there has

' og'r News of Florida in Short Paragraphs strated fact. Frank Smith a Panama City The state road that will flourish In Florida but charged. He was rushed to Cross 'been much "dynamite fishing" In
veld farmer and vlneyardlst of that department, recently In session little Is said about the olive tree, City and later to Alachua coun- 'the Santa Fe and Itchetucknee rivers 1 I

section brought Into Milton! the here, promised the citizens of this thousands of year old and which ty hospital where the right arm I In the southern edge of thercounty '
00olpot other day several fine apples that community that approximately 35 I will also produce In Florida as was amputated below the elbowIn 'and although it is rather

had grown on his place. The ap- miles of the Gulf Coast highway) I has been demonstrated time and an Attempt to save his life. The hard to apprehend the offenders, the

deg aha LIVE STATE NEWSTOLD ples came from trees only three being road 10, will be completedwith again. The olive tree thrives In loss of blood following the accident Is determined to put. a stop to !1

I years old. They were about the semi-eurfacq:(; I his year and a semi-tropical climate like that of Is thought to have hampered It.
size of pears and were of excellent In all probability.AtM whole road southern Italy. Syria and Pales- chances for recovery. 1

flavor, being fine to eat raw and will be opened all (be way from tine. The climate of Florida .Is -- Panama City $300,000 bond

&VMogee equally as delicious as any apples Panama City id 'Fensacola soon practically,the same as that of Tarpon SpVlngs Sponge sates sold to provide funds for -
- BY OUR EXCHANGES raised in the north. thereafter, which Is about the best Palestine and here the right spe- on the Tarpon Springs exchange of docks and terminal

news that has been''received' hereIn cies of olive tree would prove to have totaled approximately $I 85.- facilities near site of Southern
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fillies Ft. Lauderdale Five copper a long time. This work Is west be a money-maker. The oil made 000 dp to this date, according to Kraft Corporation mill f,
war,.. Lamia The state Confed- county on the map with Starke plates, believed by authorities to of the Hathaway'bridge. from the olive berries or nuts Is local leaders In the industry. A Delray Beach-Work started on

, rall lon for this year will be and Plant City In this line of ag- have been use by counterfeiters, very valuable and brings a high considerable amount of sponges construction of new pump ,house fl

Ird on ia all Its noble sentiments riculture. L. M. Rhodes of the were found by two fishermen on Quincy The grocery stores of price. remains to be disposed of on the for local water works.LeesburgC. .

Ii 1'41' glory oaLand Armistice Day. Florida state marketing bureau, the bank of an Inland canal below Quincy have on sale sweet potatoesof mid-summer market. Many of the T. Lowery purchased '

While construction I some excellent advice. believed to have been used In turn- are of good size and uniformity. a prominent physician of Gulf the sponge exchange and It Band B Grocery and Virginian
not been large, contrac- ing out counterfeit $10 notes and The Qadsden county chamber of county, reports one of the strangest Is not known just when they will Cafe on West Main street.
'alai! ra Of the opinion that bulld- ': Tampa The citrus growers one of them was of the federal commerce, through the efforts of and as far as can be learned, go out..It has been stated that the ,
activity* is more brisk at ,thla and shippers In the state of Florida reserve bank Issue. Another was Secretary Williams, induced the one of the most uncommon oc- delay will cause a great loss to the

than at any previous date encouraged by the indicationsfor a. purported Sacremento, Calif., farmers of Oadsden county to curences known to the medical tall season and to the total sales KILL THE Ii 't aUM tM
Cam the boom days. a $60,000,000 crop the comIng bank Issue. The plates were turn- plant between four and five hun fraternity In the birth last week for the year. At the ''sponge ex-

,111 season and other developmentshave ed over to T. S. NcMlcol, Hollywood dred acres to sweet potatoes this of a child: absolutely without, sex. change, however, It was pointedout

the i i"vent West Monroe county has contracted to pay out mil postmaster year, and It now seems possible In fact, Dr. Merrlweather states that the fall sponges broughtIn
irk 01 franchise. for building lions of dollars during the next states Mr. Williams, that a good that from all the information gat- will be somewhat larger, since It

r and ted irldge a a to complete the Overilghwuy. few weeks In overhauling plants Apopka-The Consumers Lum- yield and fair price for the product hered this Is the,, first Instance sponge Increases In size

That sounds like and purchasing new equipment to ber company, at Apopka, announces will be the result. Carload where such a strange phenomenahas imately one-half Inch a approx-1 Stearns' Electric Paste
m ad for Key Weat and mo- handle and pack the golden har- that In a few days it will again shipments will soon begin. been recorded. The fact that that reason the entire

' { I news vest. begin operations with a full crew the Infant lived for an hour and a been Increasing in value while the' IS GUARANTEED TO KILL
a .
easy 9tl. of workmen. The company has DeLand UnlenV, a closed sea half after birth seems to, dispel boats have delayed returning to Cockroach.., Waterbuc, Rats,
odayf, Included In thee New Smyrna Contract for secured a contract for making 1- son Is declared on wild turkeys In some of the theories of the med- I. the sponge banks. Mice and Land Crab

cksonvllle\ dollar- five-year prom the building of the New Smyrna 200,000 fruit boxes for delivery to several east coast counties which ical world, and no doubt It'. Mint*. .f**.pl. have ...* It durinsttfc
million\ Yacht Club structure was let to strange uncommonness will greatly ... .* . ..
have e f
of fish hatch- various packing houses In that section been affected! by high water Lake City Two Gllchrlst
for expansion Alex W. Hermanson, of Daytona ......
interest the medical authorities.Dr. ..M Kv: .
United'States!:; Florida in addition to Its regular mill- during recent months, there will\ 'county men named Waters and ,
in the Beach for $18.826. The contract Merrlweather. has t ounces SBc-15 ounce It.MMOMKV _'
8 preservedthe
Ing work. This means the be a real shortage of the wild ;
the states to obtain Ostoen were in Lake City yesterday -
one of calls. for the home to be completed BACK ir IT FAILS
be body of the Infant and will
the authorized aid It ment for the next twelve months birds, according to deputy game no and paid a total of $93.56 for dti.
from within three months from the
eflt doubt, be allowed to offer It for ,
of about a hundred men besides wardens here. They said that they seventeen small game fish and
tated. completion of a bridge across the those getting out logs and cutting feared the wild turkeys would be scientific purposes. one sucker a little larger than the "
foot of Fifth
street which
on the
rlalldo The Florida Citrus new club building is to be located lumber. almost exterminated In this sec- rest. This rather steep price for HEADACHERELIEVED :
will\ try out a new citrus -. tion. High waters and rough Gainesville Funeral service !a small fish was fixed by County

hange container this year that Is Miami Florida's road depart- Tampa Theodore n.: Harrington weather thinned out the flocks for Ira J. Oalney. 43 years of age, Judge Qlllen, on testlmoney o(
It . QU1CMX7quickly .lit:
of ordered to his divorced to the extent that wardens have commissioner of Dixie Warden Arthur Hall who had .
saving county
cted to effect a ment has spent 71000.000 since pay Ibis pY....... P. .
ty cents a box. This means its organization In 1915 with $60.- wife $17 every two weeks alimony, been but a few' flocks of theturkeys county from the Eugene district caught the two men bagging elghateen correct* tist ;

7tIa. rand total of $200.000 on'the 000,000 of the sum coming from found out that alimony bills cannot and these were on high lands who died early yesterday morn- fish after they had explodeda diccctiv dlst.rfr. \:,,

mated crop.tfewahttchka. gasoline taxes, according to figures -be paid in pennies Harrington far removed from the swamps. Ing at the Alachua county stick of dynamite In .the SantaFe &De88, """ i.'t
They said that there probably remained Columbia testlaalpoisons aDd nick bsd.eJal 1'' '
given by Ernest Graham offered the amount in penniesto from Injuries received from river on the cortnty :
A Saturday road the woman's attorney and the just enough of the birds to accidental shotgun wounds, were side. Warden Hall also found two quickly .uappean. Your whale.... .'
department member, In an Insure future Increase If a closed In their tern enjoys a tonic off % ctioavanisheaandyoa .......-. ;A)
motor accident In which ack address here. The remaining $11- attorney sought a court opinion of held yesterday afternoon in Cross sticks of dynamite pos .
ht faelan.vigor. ......
with 16 occupants struck a 000,000 from the matter. It was found that pennies -, season would offer them protec- City. The remains were shipped session. In other words the two 1
: came payments by Avtd hitMBldes ... aWa, 'r
tion this 1
? on State Road No. 6 and turnover various counties. are legal tender up to only year.Orlando from Gainesville yesterday afternoon Gilchrist county men were each th.y are deyMsatas and aanaraC .,'

there times, today had 25 cents and Harrlgton was or- Mr. Gainey, a former game fined $24.00 and cost, totaling All Dnaat I lie and The ted ..**.> j;;.
timed a toll of four dead and 11 Miami Acceptance and use dered to produce the money In Muctfihas been said warden in Dixie county, was $46.28 apiece. They promptly, ;:
lured, two seriously. of $1,400 paid him through mistake larger denomlantlons face con-I and written about the tung oil wounded Wednesday night when a paid up, declaring it was the last CAR'I-udJDIIIPDU'K;
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by the Bank of Bay Biscayne ,'
ChIpley According. Superior )last February! .was the. J basis;> of a r>*'. f
E. F. Stanton of the Florida capias Issued by the county so- la ,
Wlonal Egg Laying Contest, the licitor's office today for Charles "AS* ,.7z"" r ?' -

0 birds In the Third Florida Wa- Terry, pool hall operator. Terry . .,.
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mal Egg Laying contest producan is charged with grand larceny. He ;1 ':: i: .. --
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average of 17.8 eggs eachr I Is said to have accepted the mon- ,.... .: \ :" ;: :,
the month of July which was ey, which was intended for Chas. '" "") '." '' .' Sie
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57.3 per cent lay. Perry, another customer of the ; .."
bank. \

Green Cove Springs The \

amber of commerce, the Qul-Si- Canal Point Two dredges are '.)f," ///S\\\ ..
IM hotel, the Penney Farms and now at work raising dyke levelson :.. '*.' .. / \ I .1 ' :

agencies, allure carrying on. the eastern and southern shoresof ,,',. .. .
their respective works, a great Lake Okeechobee to obtain a -

!gram of community advertising 20-foot dyke level throughout. A ; \ r
Green Cove Springs and Clay sum of $40.000 has been raised ra'" / ". .

inljf.J / by the Florida control board to ; {
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take of this work.. '
care emergency .' .," I . ... .
Jackson- '. ., .
Jacksonville The Farmers In the section suffered :' .. / I
Kile office of the bureau of for- considerable damage by the high I .'" a ;;.<
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Jln lednil 'Ii! .
I and domestic commerce water during tho excessive rainsof 1 '
district offices In the southern June. .
fates except Houston In new for- "
jign business obtained by export- -.r .. I,
Milton-That apples will grow ii1.Y"
jfrs during the fiscal year ended .. 7 7yY

June 39, 1930. Would You Know One '. '.."

-- halt If You Saw lit + :,< ,
t4, c w '
face to face with
million dollars worth of cotton If yon ever came a
germ, would you i ze HT Of T
.ij moved Into Pensacola Com- it is not that ..\
course likely you ever ..
teas &: Storage company's plant will sea a germ unless you. own a 4,

U Plafox Road since shipment of tremendously powerful microscope, for ) . ""." "
he crop began 10 days ago, andt you would have to magnify one overa / '. .
present rate nearly $4,000,000 thousand times to make it as big asa ;- / -
worth be handled during the pin head. But you should recognise -
may the fact that these tiny germs can get : _
eason into your blood streams through the '12v": 'ZlfO/l1t I.
smaDeet give you typhoid; 07/t a;
bidils -
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Melbourne Using a large bar- fever, t lockjaw, blood ofjCl//fett
racuda as bait and a halfInchrope PO lol Dg. and many more dangerous t
aa a line, a party of Mel and perhaps fatal diseases.. There is
their fishIng one aura safeguard against these
bourne anglers proved dangeta washing every cut, no I
skill by landing three large matter how small, thoroughly with .
Jewflsh while- on a deep sea fishIng Liquid Boroaone the safe) antisep /1 t&1i'miLceraddo6e1t.r
trip off Cape Canaveral: The tic. You can get Liquid Bosoms at : "

I largest fink,tipped the scale at 490 :anon Pharmacy. /

founds. :'.' : \ "T' ,
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Monticello demonstration OVER WORkr .
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conducted by ;, ..
la county
'V. J. lIatcllett'allowed that common NERVES ,\.' i"1 (
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73 3-4 '
sugaf'care yielded _
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tallons paTacre, and that Cayana- ,,-,.. .
10 right by It produced 307 gallons ::' '.'".,II': iizi.

per &ere.....A.;.a-r...).tth-=- J'v .,. 4. .'" ,,,,,,,..... 'l .
demonstrations there will be hun ," I ,
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dreds of acres planted to Cayana- .. .,:. .. ., ,,. t I
10 next season.

Pensacola Bridge building \ c:1kf::: t 1 _

continues active la this section and :

a new span is to be staged early 1
la September. This will be a bridge

approximately 38.000 ft. In length

which will cross Perdldo Day. The

coat of this span will be approximately -

$200.000 and bid are now e

being requested for construction.St. .

Petersburg :The"First Sorority -'IIP .Q.t7'lMler' *|rsln work esteriieldMlLDI
every nave at Wgh teoa .n.
be i
Bank will reopened K. wonder yon snap at 1M wife
bout September 1. as the Union and bark at 1M chUdrtn.
Trust company / with an entirely Watch out! Orerworksdserve
Dew. personnel of officers and directors may lead to 81plsnasa. -
and an Increased capital Nervous ands *. N rroo -' '.'\--' tr
Indication host el
isation, it was announced: following -

the Issuance of a court order Why other don't anplaaaaat yon try dlsturbaneas.Dr. MOa' R. YES-BUT SOMETHING MORE. J'LChesterfield :
the accounts. ZsTrvac Nervtae TahUur
Just one m a half leas of offers richness, aroma, satisfying J
Miami Beach The Crane Co., water make a pleasant, spark- flaTor.
baa ordered work to proceed upon hog drink delightfully. soothing I
their new office building at 130 to over-taxed 1M,.... BETTER! TASTE-that' the answer; and
Dr. Mile.' Nervine I* now t ex
Lincoln Road. The new office will i that's what smokers In Chesterfield in full ,
h"e Lincoln mad la two forms-Liquid and. get K/r$,
a 49 foot frontage on Effervescent' Tablet. Both have
Road and extend back to a depthof the same soothing effect. est measure-the flavor and aroma of mellow

of.U concrete teetwlll and" stucco.ancS'be constructed will $.... at year dreg storeNFRVINf tobaccos exactly blended and cross-blended. ...' 1

COlt $ $,JOO. ..' M I Better caste and milder too 1 14B t s: ;

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Cypress A successful meeting ( ff t >testL-tasse MveseTseinreO.. y .

at t farmers was held at Cypreu )((0 :

Jackson county recently: and a .
ncawberry" growers' 'association J

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In the interest of the college" Valdosta, <3a, S than any state'In the union( friends I have Jn Florida knew Feed-Pricesl\\

Towar4s the close of the evening Mr. and ,Mrs. Larson are ,spend. Florid Hohh' Unique' Financial' complication of whit Sarg n did 'for met My stomach -
tbe Woman' 'Missionary! Society ing' their honeymoon at the homes Position Is in fine condition. Indigestion Soar
[ 'ocigtyMRS. presented Mrs. Ray with a beautiful of Mrand Mrs. Chas.,Searing and I defy anyone to show th {tany 14 Years touted, and headaches are gone and ; Should BOrGrowFeedNo

brooch. and the board of stewards Mr. and Mrs: 6ien Q.. Searing of, tate S occu plea..the same positionIn I'm strengthened and built up every -
gave a fountain pen to. Mr.. Valdosta:, Ga. 'so' far"as' Its fiscal affairs' are way. S SS
"I suffered with indigestion end
W. M. WAINWBIGHTISNTKRTAINH .5 concerned a* the state'of Florida. 'upset stomach" for 14 years andIt "Sargon Pills gave me real and -
During the boom years municipalities lasting relief from bilious fever Gainesville., J
shiver to
actually me 'lorlda
; 1 ItRIIKIK PARTYCamp counties -btldge, drainage i and constiptation without the least prices may soar since r
think of the calomel and other: :
1d HAMPTON l'Odu
highway attcf ot'ber' taxing districts purging or upsetting. -Mrs. Annie of basic crops have been .
: Mrs. W. M. Wainwright delight Branch at Klngsley Laltewas S Mix Ada ?ilmino. Coy.hf In the* southern part'of Flor- Quick, 2104 N. W. 56th St., lowered In drouth strlok,.,;"

fully.entertained at auction bridge the scene of a pleasant party ida Incurred m'&re bonded indebtedness Miami. Canova Pharmacy agents. tions. Hamlin L. Brow, Ir!
Wednesday afternoon at her home Monday, afternoon when Mrs..' K. Z. Sullivan of Miami is visiting than walt prudent. The dairyman, believes xtent'II.'!

1 complimentary to Mrs. K. E. E. Branch of Jacksonville Beach friends and relatives here state however; an such has no Panama City Bay county According to estimate
Branch of Jacksonville Beach. entertained at auction bridge. this week Mr. Sullivan I. an em connection whatever directly or ',; truck grower association formed Federal Bureau of b, Ib,
Dahlias zinnias and other garden Old fashion garden flowers were ployee of the Miami postofllce and Indirectly, with' the bonds so. .Is- ,y recently. Evonomlca the yield ot ARrlculh/J:
flowers were pleasingly arranged used' for decorating the party usually spends his vacation here. sued. Tallahassee Bids opened for year will be corn %
in the large living room. room, where the guests spent an Mr. and Mrs. Ed Durban of Law- Because Florida, since the construction of 'new boiler house less than the past flve-vear b,1''

1 II where three tables were placed enjoyable afternoon. After several tey were the week-end guests of boom, has had many troubles not V at Florida State College .for Worn I age. This expected '?

for play. progressions, prizes were Mrs. Durban'a parents Mr. and caused by Its citizens: includingtwo en. caused farmers in the shorta.Mld-wl.,
1 t Following five progressions awarded Mrs. J. W. Andrews. Jr., Mrs. J. L. Williams. hurricanes two freezes, the Tampa Plans under way fore8tabllshment. substitute large amount !?
; i: scores were added and prlzei for making high and Mrs. W. M.Walnwrlght . Mrs. D. W. Moore of Therossa Mediterranean fruit fly scare an of model grocery: for feeding. Thus the of ,.,

iihe '. awarded to Mrs. N.. Sternberg and for holding low, Guea I visited her sister, Mrs. Thomas S unjustifiable deflation and '5 tore here. wheat and its by-products Pries ?
t. Mrs. L. D. Vining for holding first prizes were presented Mrs. Mar- Drown. enough false publicity concerning SoSi Citrus crop value estimated at tenslvely used by Florida 10 *
and second scores. Aguest, prize Ion Hendry, Mrs. 8. W.. Getzen and Mr. and Mrs J. J. Brannen were Its solvency and the solvency of about $6,000,000 for Florida citrus men,*a8 well as corn dill 2.

?t was presented Mrs. E B. Branch. Mrs. Blalne Carwyle. transacting business. In Starke this its Institutions to wreck ten states ,I growers according to C. C. pected to go considerably may be .
The hostess served the guests The hostess served the follow week. the credit of these taxing districts Commander general manager of he said. hl.h.,

I with a tempting salad course! lag players a sweet course: Mrs. Rev. Norrla preached at the has been so Impaired that a .number Florida Citrus Exchange. Now is the time for
I dalrym
e leat Enjoying this affair were: Mr. B. M. Johns. Mrs. J. C. Robinson Baptist church last Sunday mornIng of them are unable to sell se> Jacksonville Repair work buy feed In advance ,,*,,*

t O. L. Eeasley Mrs. N. Sternberg Mrs. II. C. Wall. Mrs. W. M, Wain and evening. turtles to finance; payments on planned on McCoy's boulevard.St. stated that at harvest He 1110,

a4abI Mrs. J. C. Robinson. Mrs. E. M. wright. Mrs. J. W. Andrews Jr., Charles Hunt of South Florida maturing securities heretofore Issued Augustine C, V. Meeks products were usually times IId!

Johns Mrs. E. L. biggs Mrs. J. Urg. Marlon Hendry of Tampa but formerly of Hampton visited and in soma Instances even leased Hotel St. George. Large acreages of winter cheBPeti
W. Andrews. Jr., Mrs.. J. L. Fra- rtrs. S. W Getzen of Bushnell and his aunt, Mrs. E. J. King last Sun- to pay the Interest'on them. But Lake Wales Ridge Citrus crops such as rye and graan,

i : zoo Mrs. T.: B. Massle Mrs.; D, P. ilrs.: Blalne Carwyle of Tampa. day.Mr. that does not mean by any means Canners Inc., capitalized at $100- as vetch and peas In oats as .en

Carpenter and Mrs. L. p. Vlulng. Chas. Weeks of Jacksonville that these taxing districts If given 000. recently Incorporated to erect parts of the state should (northBl1,? ..i., ..
i LARHON-dKARIXG NTPTIALH visited his sister Mrs.. Elsie proper assistance, cannot pay. A cannery here.BartowR.. ed in the near future -- "'..,-

IN HONOR OF MR. AND MRS. I Sparkman and niece Mrs. A. A. review of the, extraordinary, productivity MRS. ANNIE QUICK C. A. Photophone tlonus should be made now PrepBI\.

The wedding of Miss lone SearIng McDonald this week. .of rq1da. especially medicines I took for bilious fevers equipment being installed in Er- planting larger acreages of f lor

iew'hat's HAY and Mr. Walter Larson bothof Miss Annie Laura Tucker has asher south Florldt. gives assurance and headaches. I believe I had nada Theatre. crops, such as turnips rutabagu root

Elizabeth N. J.. took place at guest this week Miss Annie that the districts can. pay.' as stubborn constipation as any- Key West Preliminary step. beets and carrots. He also advl iZ|

h. The Ocala Star. In the Reddlck the home of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Ruth Burnette of Macon, Ga. Florida Farmer Enjoy ItrcordIteturnri body ever had. I wish every under way for construction of new I dairymen and other farmers /
;. notes of Aug. 19th, gives the fol. Muller of1 Summit. N. J., on Saturday Mrs. J. P. Sullivan visited her post office building here. all the hay possible MIng

4 :, lowing account of a farewell party Aug. 23, at /6) p. m, the son Cleveland Sullivan of The- In south Florida by raising ly and indirectly doing that which Jacksonville -- State highway S .

3 given la honor of Mr. and Mrs Rev. E. J. ,A. St. Louis, pastor of ressa last Saturday and Sunday vegetables citrus fruits. etc.. for la destroying their credit. In no department started widening state Bay Harbor Southern DeN
Ray: the M. b:. church of Vauxhall of Dr. W. E. Mld 'Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Ray who ficiating. was a professional visitor here this the farmers and growers make Florida has a magnificent fu highway from Trout. reek bridgeto slon of their line to site of South exien-

;; rt have made theln home In Reddick The bride was attired In flowered week. from $50 to $l,5tO per acre. ture. It has everything now thatit local airport.JacksonvJlle ern Kraft paper mill here.
o for the past six years left Thursday chiffon crepe with a green Mrs. W.; B. Roper has recently Throughout the'remainder of the had when it attracted the attention Goodyear RUbber S Panama City John fhrlnto

for Starke. Mr. Ray's parental horse-hair hat and shoulderelte of visited friends and relatives in country generally farmers that of the nation. Although Company., Inc., to erect build- plans to open "Five Dollar Limit

r homes; where they will now live. yellow roses and was attended by Waldo.Mr. S raise wheat rye. oats corn', etc., from December 31, 1925 until ing here for regional distributing Store" in building occupied\
It la with much regret that we her slater Mrs. A. Muller who also and Mrs. A. J. Wilson were do not net an average of $5 per July 1 of this year it bad a deflation branch for. Florida and South Brewer's Pharmacy.

give them uP. and the love and esteem wore flowered chiffon crepe business visitors to Starke"this of bank deposits of the Georgia territory. Palatka New bridge/ acrnu

: with which they are held and a tan horse-hair hat with a week. acre.Conditions In the territory In stupendous sum of $700,000,000 'St. Petersburg Glendale company Rice creek about four miles north

f 1 was attested by the large' number' shoulderette of pink roses. which the taxing districts are located an amount of money greater than capitalized at $$5,000 grant- of city in state highway No.3 formally .
fi i I. of friends' who 'gathered on the Miss Alberta Meeker a niece 'of I I therefore; are' not ,comparable the total bank deposits of any ed.charter of incorporation to deal c.pened.

. church lawn last Wednesday evening the bride was flower girl and was with any I tether part of the state In the !;South or.of any stateIn In real estate. Madison! Woco Pep company
;. to pleasantly chat and enjoy attired in ''white and carried a VANDERBILT United States, except 'southern the Union except eight, the pub- Tampa Construction will Installing bulk station on q i and
another get-together before they basket of roses. Mlaa'lJa Mn. Conner Cor. California.,. < > i lished statements of the banks of start Immediately on large aual- F, tracks near depot.
I, left us. There was a bountiful Mr. A. Muller acted as best >man .' Because of tha drought throughout Florida as of June' 30 showed tlon to Cuesta Rey Cigar com Miami Beach Southern Dell

l lunch. served, after which several for Mr. Larson.Inimedlalely. Miss Louise Sapp spent Satur- the country- ,lasting less than them to be In such liquid condi- pany's plant on Howard avenue lu Telephone artd Tel. Co. will open

friends expressed their appreciation following the ceremony day night and Suuday with Miss three months. uppeala were made tion that they owed the Federal West 'Tampa.Mayo new building at Lenox avenue and
I of Mr. and Mrs. Ray and regrets a reception and supper was Gladys Ullderh 111. for governmental assistance by the Reserve Bank of this district only Parking spaces. on Fifteenth stret about Nov lot
4t that they were leaving our held $900,000 had Main street being marked.
for fifty guests. Mr. Clevy Norman of Malone territory affected. and on deposit with Kmathla: Reconstruction of
r little ,town. They. too. made fit Tho bride I Is the daughter of spent the week-end with his Florida In the last four and a the bank $9,000,000. The aggre- Winter Park $200.000 build- fullers earth plant) here \\'I1I11Brt

2: ting responces. Dr. Splvy president Mr. and Mrs. Charles Searing for- Mr. and !Mrs. F. M. Norman.parents half years has suffered as few other gate bank statements of no other InK program under way in this Immedlately'by Superior Earth Co
i ,: of Southern College. was on merly of Church street! Starke, Mr. J. C. Sapp of this section, states In Union ever have. Yet state can show such a condition. city. to cost about 80000.

.' the ground and spoke some time Flu., but who last week moved to spent Sunday. with Mr. Andrew the only request made of the Fed- The foregoing amply proves that - ..

t' -- -- -- _.- llarbei' eral Government by Its citizens the so-called "Florida Bond Situa-
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: was that they be permitted to ship tion" can be properly taken care
Radio Succeeds Thelma Underhill spent
?i' the of by the
Saturday night with Misses Edith products that they were producing respective taxing districts -
4e and Ida Mae Conner. and that they be reimbursed of the state If the holders of

I Wandering Minstrel j Misses Mattie and Carrie Belle for the destruction of propertyIn the public securities throughout
; Norman, Louisa Sapp, Rachel Sll- connection with the Mediterranean the United States pursue the

e tt: , . .- cox and Mr. Russell Norman' attended fruit fly scare course that they should.

In.'\.'' the ball! game at Wood- .\('<"phll1c\ nt'i lIllhl" Itonds Is I.

.,' lawn..Friday afternoon. ,\o1vl..1. '. ,
____ .Mi*. and Mrs. Cohen Peele of Although the credit of the taxing Keep Cool at the
Evergreen were visiting !Miss Agnes districts has been 'so Impaired r
Sapp Sunday afternoon.Mr. that they cannot advantageouslysell ] .,2VER before and probably never again will\
Charlie Bowling of Ralford bonds to finance payments on FLORIDATHEATRE .&11II the subscribers of this paper be given tbe

0V was visiting In this section Sunday. securities, they ran take advantage Either opportunity of of this unheard of bargain.
carry a variety of high clasi
afternoon. of the Florida statute
publication _._
enough reading for tbe entire family
Miss Rachel Silcox of Starke the Issuance of refunding Home of Vitaphone for whole year. This is a very limited offer .o send
I.) spent Thursday night with Miss bond to pay oft outstanding obi your order TODAY..
"pof Carrie Belle Norman. gallons. The holders of those GAINESVILLE, FLA.

Misses Ellen and Mattie Nor. public securities throughout the BARGAIN N.. 1
Russell and Frank Norman United States should therefore '
man Promulm
Pmrmrr, 1 ,ear
".,... were dinner gueuts. of Mr. Fred Immediately form bondholders' Program Week Aug. 29 Alabama. Time* (Wkly), 1 ALL. SEVEN
Ham. .
C'lrtfe. 1
'\', .q Halulop Sunday, protective committees in each taxing American. Poultry p.Journal.r I ,... ( FOR ONLY
or 0 k Mr. Eddie Wasden from Waldo district meet with the representatives dantlvwoman Mava.lne. 1 7..r }
was visiting In this section Sun- of the respective taxing TODAY AND Farm Journal 1 year ,. C
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districts. Af bach.
oil day afternoon. meetings, fn On* T..r' -
>" Miss Carrie Belle Norman spent the commltteemen could ascertain!

'N''r" Sunday with Miss LillUin Kelley. what the resource'3' are,' what can comedy-drama with one I BARGAIN N.. a'8.0th.

S5' Misses Jewel .Wiggins, Sarah bo done and accept refunding of the mostmaryelou8\cast\ .." Rursilut.. I yur
Celley... Guy Andrews ?Norman I bonds lit 'such amounts'., at such put In one picture.: : ever AIabsm. Th.. 4W.&Ij,), 1 7-e ) ALL SEVEN
,- Wiggns: of New River and Ola a time that ''the' taxing district h_ . __ _ JOse.G..d.8o..4.CIrI t p...s, FOR ONLY
Mae Alvarez motored to St. Au. can take care of them. If that 1 III A..rt.... Pootty J.urn.1,1 ,..... }
$ gustine Sunday afternoon.Mr. I done the entire SATURDAYJ"ILLIAlJIIIAINES F..", .. 1'1..10190 I ,..." ..
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Carl Sapp of Starke was visiting so-called "Florida Bond Situation"will F... 0.. TsatI.u NEWSPAPER ) $1 _!--
In this section Sunday after. be declared up within the next
noon.. two years. '
There was quite a large number A deliberate attempt has S been S In

I from Waleroak. attending the made by bond houses throughout "JV A Y OUT I WEST" ACTNdW .

meeting at Corinth this. past week. the country ,and by some of the The same William Haines "

L _- ,' _ _ _ d'stressed taxing districts to unload with plenty' more comedy-
the public Indebtedness on dressed as S : YES-MB. EDITOR Pond Barg-aln Mo.- -to :
Views Florida I a cow puncher. 0
the state of Florida.\ With Name 5 I
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\\WAW : __ Bond PositionKnight Florida Cannot Amtunie Social I," II.\ 1IY.AMM, CUVV KI)- = Town ; I

f(;2ift? i"p iii<< li IH-btn WARDH AM. ) I-OM.Y MORN. State. .5.'R..F.D I
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2ytor... u kley ; Nay Tlu.t Cooperation der the constitution Florida no Monday & Tuesday Brine ar mall this. Ctopoa .. <. I .15. tajay_NOW

S: S '. Would Clear )) rid Hltua- bonds can be. >su ,d or Indebtedness isI ......... .II.! ... ...*
.',., tlon In Two' Year! created byjthujtate except to

WrFr f I +]-J repel an invasion oiwto suppress. an Special Labor Day: }"A FEW POPULAR M'AGAZtNES: CLUBBED '

0 A8"'r"-"' f r..i Out.rt.-4"ab.'xJi".flam ..._ 1. "my&1,.;iii ......,.,T-r.,...,. ,. S (By Peter O. Knight.) I Insurrection.. ,U( Feature *; ,
\ Many misleading; statements That provision!, j .will I., ',091 be S TUB'TELEGRAPH
'1 ,New. Order,Lends Sccurf type of man Into the singing with reference to the. so-called changed by the people.,,.. 'The g"
f ityto Songster profession." declares Mr. Buck "Florida Bond Situation" have appeared As ill tax payer ,of->the city of ; i The Bradford Cquhty i TelegraVH'-will! be sent for one year
ley. "Many men who- bad fine In (he press of the country. Tampa and the county of Kills- ;with magazine listed
I? Profession voices any below.for the period named for the
formerly would not give Florida as a state has no bond-. borough which ptudently "hare Marx Brothers ,
5 up the joy of a home a wife and ed indebtedness taken care of their situation, I do j, t rite. ..following each"publication-"

New mlnitreis children and a steady income for Only two other states In the un- not propose to help pay. the Indebtedness j i':; :' S 'e:< .
Cityv-.Th S
the' uncertainty of the trooping .111. %ie'ids'en Boy __. .. . _.
: ; $3.00 )
5'l'1 McCair a.oo)
Magazine __
and singer of olden times who singer' profession. Therefore ion occupy a like position.It some other improvident - : .. ? --
Magitzlno -_.... 8.5O2JMJ
S wandered from castl to castle has between taxing dlstrlC't"of this state 'i wiIloy's 1\tothPr'II-lIome
they entered a business 96,000,000 and Life (2
c seeking their audiences depend- other profession. o<. some fe $7,000,000 In the state treasury: any more than I would undertaketo ;; "ANif4kLc I: Better Life Ifome. (For.A 1111.80)8).... years) ___--- 1.7
v 1 .nt upon the chance mood.of aI "Dpt today the radio makes'It ia on a cash basis and pays Its way aid In the paying of the Indebtedness CliOd Life Garden* __.. '1JUS Motion Picture __ ,1.7S
; Magazine
the whims of nobleman i' .
king or a ; IUW .
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I for -
possible a singer to'
L for their daily bread homeless his talent with market as It goes which It always has. of improvident. business : .
profit and still ; ----
and always travel-weary. would live a happy normal family life. done. It baa the simplest and beat men the in this itate. And such is- t: R A C:KE: it's [l."hrfatlan Herald .---- --: r aOiWrtean MoUon.IMctare Classic ___ I.
5.* be astonished could they view Keep his children In achool.anj scheme of taxation of any state. feeling pf the people. Cosmopolitan ___, :
4. ,
(/ the security and comfort with his It derives Its revenue for state Furthermore. It is a.well-known; -: 3 OJ(' Poultry Journal ___ .-
insurance [ :
paid up. The result Tim Starn, of'CWoMnuU" ; ,.. ... . ...... .. 1/1.08/
which the modern fact that PathfinderPictorial . 2-
singer earns Is a far superior type of mAn in purposes by- in most cases where the "tude' ___ .
f.'or .
In funtUor Mmto 1.0.... .-.
his livIng the profession today. a gasoline and automobile tax bonds were Issued tbe,people didnotrecetve a 'r farce ttuin Farm aV> a.95. Review __ '',- 3.00
k Radio has revolutionized! the Now.Secure an occupational tax, and i the benefit of '75 cents ever .;;: | MeorkT* Record. !t.1. Popular Science Mon;"' .....3.
life of the fForwirVk. roan. __ . .
professional singer. _. .
of "The middleman' loligi: '. also an ad valorem tax on real" and Songsters ;
our own day who 0001).qllekph.g. .
nave come along with' \ ed. Naturally people resent ROTH | __ 8.5O Review of Review __ ...VV,
before the advent of the radio security. A personal< property. ,. ihet Home Frlrnd' *
'antl a tine : ._ .. .. .. uillotiaehold
singer tbat supporting cast. ,
does not have to do eitheroperatic'or : Surtesuful
traveled great distances from Although Its real and personal : Farming (3
town to town. In order to earn a I atreet.8On He now property la worth 5000000000. Citizens) and Courts Oppose He.. -. |Hoatrr-TTCMHr-Trapper) Gurat (2 year) ..'3 yw ) ;_ ... _..,. r ..75a
l / living, art ) still a, little awestruck sings the favorite tongs .of the, valued for assessment at only :'. .pndtaU 1ll WEDNESDAY"GRUMPY" [nirutrar _3.00 SatUrda.EveDlag. Post __ S.OO
great mass of the Mecfuuilcd *
at the change radio baa people\, and Owy. (2 '. Journal
brought to their profession. quickly say what they like and the Insignificant! sum of ,$68O.- The Citfz.n'biFIr&a'aT4 not S y mm)" _. S "; -...i.: .,' 113. Farm (
p what they dislike. Right flow\ the 000000. It has. i'n' favor. of DudlaUoBti-jior: ,> are Junior Home'S '3.OO yran) ;UJl _____. ..15

: >*' lie Commute; clamor is for the Spanish type no state Inheritance Income the state fcoarts" ,,They, want .to Literary ''I>lget __ '5.4O Woman'* Home Companion 2-25
Taylor Buckley, famous radio songs like 'Q erlda. a Spanish tax. pay their\ ho nee t tildebtedne8a. Starring Ladle ..Jom Journal I Woman' World ____ IJtO
singer, representative of the new serenade and a true Latin love no franchise or severance tax. They can and will 'VR* so it they (, .aaa Vonr Homo _--.. . _,?,- .-_ 2.00
type of professional singer commutes song done in modern American CurillJlaude Note--Il two
S from his home In Trenton rhythm. DO corporation corporation are given assistance by,th. bolder magazines are want with- year's Mbr -
f New .Jersey stock transfer .tax, and of those public securities. I would Onof the J ilptlon to the Telegraph deduct
to New
York sings "Radio 'characterplay $1.50
has don*..-won ',- on 'average ofoneeortw4ce< the middle class man and his nor tax on Intangibles. advise tha bondholder' |o tate : of the I.for b.e. two.11: three magazines
I day to a nation-wide audience I family in the of Although carrying on Its affairs concerted action for the purposeof C are wanted deduct $3.00 frord
I way. entertain- P.l'leti ar'ven'
; and Ia; a. sure of his income as memV It has given them th..op, aa' stated it has more paved highways protecting the cr,4jt qf the taxing L. rr-; d 1'h ;A.meri4: .. ij Mid Ameran.H-f.:
any business man. c portunity .to, ,bearwhat they ., icaol houses public bulld- districts rather than to continue BEGCZfR PRICKS IG.50C( e..are.$640 Ith. the.rdeRTaph; n
... ,
o Y0i
o.uTb ; radio has brought w1"l, yfw'with each. .
", tugs and public works per capita I ,the present otrrse o( dlr ct- can secure the three for one *
yew year each
Sv \ 5 for 15.00.i ..

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Mr. iJolmflTikrruella who. has John, St. Augustine III'' Springs Tuesday aftern on, '.'Swimming I'OT.CIII' OF Art'LtcAT30N. :- Kn.ey' Map Kx ron South10S feel'
Original I Town et Stark. Section 31
.spent the past! week here returned Spending a few.days here with Mr wad enJoyed' by .the guests FOR TAX.I>EKO Township 8, South: Ilantre; aa K'&.t. J

;ito Ne\v\, "; >Jo t k City Wednesday and .M...... .W. W. Balsden.The who then enjoyed a lunch at the tinder The Ihe a" said 1'.rtlllf'lH.ot said Issued property was' .* ,

Bits of' night. 4i. .,_ ,. plop la grounds.\ Among those attending !In thp n.m..5 i'..Jt Ix>nr.Unluni .
,Baptist Vf(+ M. S.,,roet Monday the affair: were: Vivian A.Notice Uardlner.! la hereby holder given of Tax that. 0..1 said certificate shall be redeemed t
Mrs R. E. Gahagan and sons afternoon with Circle Ko. a in Fowler, Nettle Mae Fowler, Mar cate No. tS9. Sixth day of Aucunt. will IMHU according thereon, to law the, 22nd tax dead
Emmett and Powell, and Ewell charge of ,the, program the sub lon Rivers Rebecca Mends Der- A. I>. im. has fll.d laid certificate' of September A. 1>.on II30 day
In oltlce and m..d. applicationfi
IDeal iev Groover of Savannah, G,., are ject of which was :Actable: Native tie Gallop. Archie McDowell Em- my tax d..f>.cl to 111"". thereon In *<)- D.Dated 1959 this 20th day of AUBUat, A.

guests.ot Mr. L. C. Powell. Christians," ..M, "el\l. numbers by mette Taylor, Wesley Roberts, ounlanco with the law following SaM certificatesmbrae.s Mrs J. ,D. Doyle and Miss Ethel "Blue Boy" Godwin B. L. Kerce. property Bradford county (Seal, Clerk. of Circuit Court
'Oriffln th* menvbers > Florida. .I 1tn; Bradford County Florida. ., ,
Mrs. Robert Trait and childrenof were enjoyp4-by and others. .
Concerning Our People, Business and East half ot Block ,30 an extended I.U.llt-II.U.
Lincoln were guests of her ',. .,' Among those attending the .. .
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Progress of the County, and Town. mother, Mrs. W. B. Perkins for I dance at Worthington Springs last -- -
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0.----- - v -- v several days this week. Elsewhere in (this issue appearsa Thursday night were Grady Bran- -

i .1 list of text bp.oks- required. for nen. Walter Savage, A. L. Drlg- C:,W 'f r
2SZ53eeK 5Z525''urZ5E5T,525Miss Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Knight are the 7th to 12th grades, also prices gers. Avery Tyson. B. L. Kerce

wtATIlEU: REPORT Hazel Middleton of Starke spending this week In Macon and ''I of same. Booka and school sup OeWitt Brannen, W. C. Townsend. Three against two in your favor -
arrived Monday to visit: Miss Sora other points in Georgia visiting plies will only be sold for cash George Johns and Hal Y. Malnes.
Embry.-Qulncy Times. friends and relatives. 'No exceptions whatever. If you Mr. Saladin Raulerson is visiting
ending Aug. 27, 1930, by . know your grade buy early and relatives In Lake Placid this

Forestry Department, Starkech. Dressmaking of all kinds. Ten Mr. and Mrs T. T. Long 'Mrs. avoid the rush. J. W. Morgan 8- week.

years experience. Mrs. Pearl Snyder D.: P. Carpenter and Mrs. B. S. 222t. Miss Estelle Rosenberg made a '

Date Max Min Preclp. Starke. 8-22-21. Carroll were in Jacksonville Wed business trip to Jacksonville Tues- Jrl

.X66 nesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Lewis are in day.
21 84 ,02 I Mrs. Thomas P Wall is In lien- North Carolina on a visit to Mrs. Miss Pauline Falrcloth has returned

,22 86 61 dersonvllle, N. C.. visiting her sister Mr. and Mrs. Ford Prescott and Lewis' sister, Mra. Laura B. Drew, from a visit with friends

23 811 60 Mrs. W. II. Vander Linden. children of Dayton Ohio were recent who has been sick for some time In Cross City.

21 87 60 guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. and la not. expected to live. Mr. Miss Georgia Kelly of Palatkahas
25 85 61 Miss MaDella Fore of Wlldwood Prescott. Lewis will visit his sister, also at been visiting relatives and
26 86 61 stopped here.brlerly on her way to Ayron S. C., while away. The friends In Ralford for the past
:.27 87 60"- Jacksonville last: Saturday. store of the Rex Jewelry Co.. will few days.Mrs .
olal rainfall for_ week 0.02 In.I IC Mrs. L. D.. Vlnlng spent the bo closed until.Mr.i L&wla returns Keeper O. Duncan has returned
week-end at Stockton, Ga., with
Miss Pearl Manning of Jackson- about Sept.. lOth.-1 r from Tenntle, Ga., where
sumner of Lawtey, was a ville visited Mi. Vlnlng's mother, Mrs., C. .S.. .
here over .the week r. ", TI : I she has been visiting relatives for e
visitor to Starke Frt ay. end. Vining. '
mesa the past few weeks.
,1 Mrs R. R. Harris Mis* Helen
Harris.Jr.' and little Work on road 28 between Lake
uto tops, cushions and curb Mrs. A. J. Thomas and children Col. D. K. Knight spent last Marian Roy HarrisAccompanied: by City and Lake Butler has been .

covers. M. Levlton.r . 26tt; visited relatives and friends lu St. week-end in Miami. He?was accompanied Prof. Ray House; all ot Statesvllle, progressing very rapidly. Citizens: When. ONYX STOCKINGS are
by his broth. W,. E.
of this section interestedIn
Augustine last week. are very
N. C., made a'two week's tour of
. and Mrs. E. II. Smith were Knight of Bunnell.
the construction of this road
the southern of Florida visiting
part priced so low.
Sunday. .
atksonvllle Mrs. George C. White and Miss their former home city, Eau and are anxiously awaiting Us .
Mrs. Malnes and
Dr. and J. E.
ir and Mrs. H. C. Hitch were Mona Alderman spent Monday in Miss Lorena Giles of Oa'nosvllle, .Oallle. also visiting Mrs. Harris' completion.Mr.. and. Mrs. Nell $1.00 to 1.95
Jacksonville. sister, Mrs. Fenne! and family In Knighton 3
Tuesday. were guests of State's Attorney
a;ainesvllle Putnam Hall. When have returned from a trip through
and Mrs H. V, Knight ,Sunday., returning -
Mrs. L. C. Ray was a guest home Mrs. Harris stopped In south Florida. Think of its NOW w'''buy three of
T, Osteen was a visitor hereIn Wednesday and Thursday of Mrs.E. Starke to call upon her nephew, Mrs:Jack Donald of West Palm you m pairs
Miss Hazel Oliver
Brooker Tuesday. S. Matthews at Kingsley lake. after returned to Mr. Thomas W Fennell and her Bench la visiting friends and rela- chiffon stockings for the price you formerly paid
Baldwin spending two weeks ,
tives In Lake
Mrs. J, J. Mullen. Butler. Mrs. Donald
\n\ F H. Long Is visiting Mrs. Miss Sora Hmbry of Quincy arrived here DIggs.L. .with Dr. and: Mrs.:. E. L. friend will be pleasantly remembered! In for two. . getting the same famous brand, the same r;

If Freeman In Ocala. here Tuesday und is the An Item of much Interest to ,I Lake person.Butler as Miss GeorgIa'Ep- f famous, quality and the beauty for which ONYX

guest of Miss Hazel Mlddleton. A. Mead and daughters, Barbara Lake Butler people appeared In a
Ira JA P. Dicklnsou-was-a Jflsl- and Regina are visiting relatives -' copy of the Baltimore ((1IId.) Sun Mrs. Julian' Leadholt of WestPalm' has always been known. ';
from Theressa Tuesday. received here Den 'h has been visiting her
here Miss Florence Matthews returned at different points In Georgia by friends. It con
Mr. and Mrs.,J. W, Jones
' tained a picture ot George C. Al- parents
Sunday from Lake Worth this: week. "'liffon. Service k
. Wtlghtj' .
for the past several days.
Ir. and Mrs. R. L.. Epperson where she visited Mrs R. E. Lee. derinan. Jr.. 13-Moittha-old non of
children of Jacksonville were Mrs. W. :J\: Epperson'' had as Mr. and Mrs. +O. <,0. Alderman of Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Matnns, Jr. Modern French and Pointx H..l*
larko Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Miner and guests Friday and Saturday. Mrs Baltimore. The baby's picture has of Gainesville, were in Lako llntier !

daughter, Pauline, of New Smy K. N. Andrews of Jacksonville and been selected for ant advertisementof Sunday afternoon visiting their e IN ALL THE NEWEST, FASHION'-RIGHT! COLORS .
Ira. C L. !Moltt of Lacoochee rna are visiting here this week. Mrs J. E. Names of Lake Butler. tha Fairfield dairy Mr. O. C. many friends!
pending this week with Ira W. Alderman was born,'and reared in .:

'reu and Mrs. W., H. Green. Ralph Coji of Raiford spent the Miss Inez Abernathy Is at the Union county and Is the lion of Oatnoeville Pouring of concrete ,

week-end here with Theodore Gill hospital recovering from an Mr. and Mrn. O. "". Alderman ofSlarke. : under way on new stadium
Ir. F. P. DeBerry of Ocala and Young. operation performed Thursday 't le latter being the clerk for University of Florida here

i Cortez Andreu were visiting i morning of the courtx> Bradford county.- Repairing stretch of state high STERNBERG'Sfit

Ive Ouk Monday. Mr. and MBS.; J. 'R. Boring Jr., Lake Butler, Times. way No. 10 between East Point

of Waldo were visiting here Mon- Mr. and Mrs. William G. Slruth ----- and Carrabelle, progressing rap-
\ire: W A. Alvarez of Jackson- Dr. Geo. II. Lowry minister of ,_. .. .
day afternon. and children of Jacksonville spent Idly. - - - --- - -- fitu
spent Tuesday and Wednes- the week-end here with Mr. and the First Presbyterian! church, --
... .. .. . .. .
the home of Ira \V" Andreu.Ir. with wife and daughter, are visit-
al( 'Fllg/ts' -- "' " "
Dr. and L. and '
Mrs. K. Mrs. W. II. Struth ing relatives and friends at the f': ,. ..: :. ;;; : "J" : -. : : ., : .
family moved In from their IClngs- I' ,
|< and Mrs. Geo. K. Andreu of ley lake cottage last week. Mr. and Mrs W. L. Edward ancetral home, Maryvllle, Tean...
)more were visiting here Sun. and little daughter of Jacksonville where Is located one of the oldest rnvT1; I

Mr. and Mrs. A. i, Kahr, Jr., and Miss Leah Struth are at the Presbyterian colleges in the United
spent Sunday afternoon In Jacksonville U Hills cottage on Kingsley lake. States from, whlf.U Dr. ,Lowry
fist'" Grace Andreu has as her graduated, some! (y.\arq. ago with
,'I;UJ18,.weeltr*-Clara'8! ad Ellzai :. ," '.2 = ", Miss Louise and Betty Marsh- honor to himself ,stud alma mater
Andreu ot Dlusmore. I There will be preaching services
Mrs W. E. Knight of Hunnell burn have returned to Marianna
was hereThursday with Mrs. W. after a visit! of several weeks with In the Presbyterian church until tit '' "
". and Mrs. It. C. Wall haveJ. the first Sunday in September ;
J, Epperson.Mr. their grandparents, Mr. and Mra I 41':: )
n. Carwyle of Tampa as a G. 'V. Alderman. when Dr. Lowry will,again take up ""a rP e

tat King>!ley lake. Lynn Mitchell of Lake City his work In the church. Sunday !#

In spending a few weeks in Starke Judge and Mrs. A, Z. Adkins I school and the Christian Endeavor f
piss Ethel Griffin spent several: and Hampton on business.Dr. were In Jacksonville the first of Society: Carrying on as usual
of this week with friends at during the minister's absence, aim
the week, where their son. Junior'
1'sley lake. and Mrs. W. E. Mlddletop underwent an operation at Riverside I mid-week prayer and song service

attended camp meeting at Itor- hospital. as usual .
Iir Julian Canova will return tense, Ga., Sunday, .--- I a.hK
),lay from Atlanta where he 1..1 K 1'1 Itl'TJLKK: .
Miss Mln Gruber, Mr. and Mrs.S. I I II'
it this week. Mr. T. T. Long leaves Friday for B. Trigg and Miss Louise Mc- '.
I The Union county high school I' ...
; i
LakCltywhete he will be employed Quagge all of Jacksonville spent I
I.1. and Mrs W. n. Wynn and at the Ford wilt| open for the X'130-31 term on
agency. -I' Sunday here with Mr. and Mrs J.
land Mrs. Doyle Harward were September 1 with Mr. M. P. Geiger .

lutkuonville! Sunday. Mr.sand Mrs.- M.\ : U. Alders," of A. Saul. as principal .',A record attendance J Pillsbury Best -12 Pound Bag SSCI V
end Tampa will spend next week. at Mrs. T. J. Alderman and little expected. ,
re. II. D. Mr. ,Car! Kingsley Lake. j daughter, Frances, returned Sunday Mm. ,N. Ti.'tLQeler! andcbtldren, ,. ,
t have returned to !Miami after union and EmmaJohave,, returned FLOUR24 Pound
from an extended visit In De- Bag$1.05
'1011' herefor several day, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Coleman ; troit with Mrs. Alderman's par from a "ylslt In, Jackson- II

have returned to Cocoa after a ents, Mr. and Mrs. FranK Bradley. yule. I"
Irs. W. T. Jackson and Missra stay at Kingsley lake. II !Miss Willie Mae Johnson left ru- .
Belle Jackson returned Sun- cently for Heddlck, where she lea Van m
Camp's Shivar Pale DryGinger
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Montleth are iii
to their home In .Baconton, Ga Dr. and Mrs. J. II. Carradlne of receiving congratulations on the member of the school faculty. I. pofujce; : .
Miss Ruth Roberts and Mr. .
Park In Starke Mon- Ale
Orange were birth of an eight and a half poundson. Catsup
James Canon entertained a number -
day. He born Wednesday,
> was .

[ENT A %WORD Kennedy Mr. H. C.were Wall In and Jacksonville Mr. Wade Aug.William.27, and has been named Joseph of their party friends at with Worthington a swimming [ Pint bottle u 23c Large bottle 19c 2 bottles u 25c

COLUMN Wednesday;; Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and'daughter 666 t ,

Mary, and Miss Martha ,
Dr. W. E. Middleton leaves Fri Brownlee spent Tuesday At the ...!!.... a fl..d.... or Hrmrtl ID '
FICE-Get your meal and grits day on his vacation which he will .. JdylwildBrand12PounJBag 46c
State Farm with Mrs. W. E. 1O mlmmtrmherh>- Cold th. first -
round at Green's Store. 8-15-3t.. spend at Dover ;Bluff;'Ga\: Brown d.r. and fb.rk. Miirl4 1t tare-

RENT-Furnished price reasonable.f apart'j'' Miss Gussle Mae Bennett' L spent, Mrs. Emily Phillips of Avon ...,..*' OOO .also In Tublct. '. Self-risingFlour' 2 Bags f for -I r85c i

81\1tJ\\1'1'. the,week-end In Orlando with Mid', Park waa' the guest of Mrs. E. K. ; 4,'
Mary Brewer. Perry man over the week-end. Mrs. .
t RENT -- Furnished 5-room STERL COURTNEY .
Phillips left Monday lot her home "
QU8&> on Clark St., .also some 14r-ad Mrs. L. E. Dowlingr'dfStuart'ar0'Kii accompanied by Mr. and, Mrs. INSDIIAMCR"' .. Fancy FirmPOTATOES ,1Ilaxwell house ;.,
rnlture for sale. A. ti.; Dun" : ata. .of.Dr. and Ms. ,Flournoy. Phillips of Tallahassee. And 'SUGARt'
am. It. W. Mlddleton.' : t COFFEE
. i. BHOKKUStarke
'Snow'" . .)Jr.. B. J.. Denmark and Miss Fla. .
RENT-A comfortable first Mr. and Mrs Oscar of Lois Denmark, of St. Augustine ,

"or apartment at reasonable Tampa, are occupying the Canova were in Starke Wednesday. Mrs. 10 pounds - 52c '10 pounds --30c Pound 35c
lIIonablo! price. Call( and see place at Kingsley lake. :can -

W. E. Daugherty. 8-29-tf. STEAM PRESSING, COMPANY ,- ,:&s'' ; .
Mr.. C. H. Coulter of Tallahas- LABOR SEPTEMBER n lit
8ALE see'1s' to arrive here Friday RED PEACOCK
--Missionary strawber- expected No. 1 Cans
plantg. improved northern for several day'a visit. J. Frank Thoman-Phone 52 Georgia : lOc e

oclp!:''Vfesh'from nursery. JP. _._______ ._____ -------0. --.- -- -------- ---- ----- . 'N'1 1-2
. Johanson. ,. Starke, Fla. [ Mr. and Mrs Geo A., Marcqtte I '.,........ .' '.' .' ...... ; ;; .!,;..:' , SYRUP -), .,.'.;1 ."-? Cprnand. Cane,, h ., : cans __ ISc.
8-22-5t. and family plan to l leav'SJJaPtia"Ttfor : -' . i I. I
I 'VANTED,1oultryandEggs :No. 2 1-2 cans __ . 25c +r
Havana. Cuba, where. ..jthey. will .j 1
SALE -.10 acre of land. 5Oom make their home 'flil/shale "" ., .' s
house, g acres cleared, t White Leghorn liens, Ib .._-_?_,,._. __--> .--t 1Sc .,.'- Brand Fancy Eating ,

1-2, miles north of Lawtey, 11aM. Ruth Sternberg and Mixed: Hens, 3 1.2 to 4 1.2169., Ib. -.,.- X. 19..:' I Broken ,,Sliced ",nel-Monle''

"B cash or terms, A. :J. Rowe. Uosalfnd- i(Jacob were week.en, Hens 5 to't Ibs. Ib.: _l.J.'_ ...120c: :
"tey.L guest ot ,Mm B, Mata in Jack Large > Pineapple APPLESPer ; ; PRUNES hN

.0nYII! ... t' : Fryers, mixed, 2 to 3 Ibs., Ib.; ___--,.':-_ -- ..;-:2c :

SALE:-Chevrolet car as ,Fryers W. Leghorn 2 to 3 Ibs.I lb. _:.: "
-- -
nk. Miss Miriam: Jacob Is Jn Jacksonville 2 /.pound Package .ISc
? Engine In good condition. can 21 1c Dozen--29c
10 o.
o tires or battery. Price $40.. at Riverside hospital re. Eggs,white 'Infertile market price, less percentWe - ) 2 Packages _ h,__ 23c '
. Slrohfeldt. Rt 2. Starke, covering from an operation which furnish 'cases'and fillers free of charge; We' ,

o-22-2t: she underwent Thursday. pick up poultry and eggs twice a week, or','jf more, ,.

convenient deliver ta S. R. Johns Grocery po.,+
!TED to purchase small site Mr. and :Mrs. S. W. Getzen of ;

r camp on lake or river with Bubhnel are at Klngsley Lake Starke. For all further' information, Inquire at S.'

r!lthout dwelling; ,must bean with Judge and Mrs. W. M. Hen R. Johns., agents; or write :.. C +
win 60 ot dry. Y
1'1 alledilde- ___ ,

".price with and tH1D8rmUU Mra. 8.. Lf6tr ttp and daughter, Rosenberg! Produce: CompanyI '..

l'eallOnable. In price., J. P. Phrynette. and :Mrj, Fred Mason- .. Where_ Sallsfatilon'isaCeriatnly. \\

oils, P. O. Bas 40'7, Jackson- of Crystal River were visiting.. St. Augustine Florida .
I "
e, "-,'
Florida 1 L here Sunday

r $ ., ,,.tYw 0.Q rr f Y.mcrra4Wr4,, c >i, ,Wj

t ls.y.yny? ",id t Mhrwyg, ''I'It ,. MV" ; [, ppTp:':',','k"x' "+, '''''...'r'\\llt''\ )'/Ir"'l'JCiqo'mr"\' !\' '''''!''''I'\"'! ',.\....'' i"'I'_ ', d

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,} Aim AIX "DronD OOUNT3f TICLEGRAMl, 8TAItKJIi.. FLOnm4 p
.. .. __' ._. _
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:11 w cannot deny himself.-2. Tim Z-: -. ?= -- Farmers who plan to grow
, ', -.;::: --" own nitrogen Uie.
11-13. ( must ,
1 d :'' I Prayer: May we, 0 God, die + now to plant winter legumV Dlty I
mI f.---
I dally unto sin and live unto right w111

eousnegs. Get the lawn in good
.l% SbtP8"
>1. l1 Ltiv. September, S, 1030 will soon be time to plant
; Approved of God: Study to show grasses so as to have 1IIDtil
d" j jY By ward U a lamp Butt my fat uJ a light ant. By pitk-Plain 119105.: thyself approved unto God, a all winter. a ere. S, 4

workman that needth not to be a- -
religious teaching, doctrine or
4' tllr1htnrwuflciun- ,!if they are to hive any claim shamed rightly dividing the wordof Little Club Boy, come blots I
Y "I'' I poo the love, loy.ltyand devotion of the people must be in harmony with truth.-2. Tim. 2:15. horn; you've taught Your -"I!
.,H so*teachings of Jesus*the Christ whoee words fit Into every fold and crevice Prayer: Enable UII, 0 Thou Mas a grow more corn. dad"
r col 11 W the humanTINS dofof whom" it was said in John 7:46,"NEVER MAN ter workman, to learn of Thee.
/ September 4, 198O La Belle- -
WEEKLY 8ERMONKTTK profession, and prophesied for pay. The Seal of God: Nevertheless moved to new Forrejrs Grocery stOl,
Amos was ordered to go back to the foundation of God standeth Arcade bulidii,
!' *
II Bridge street.
i' Love fa the Law of Heaven Judah to get his living, and not to sure, having this seal, the Lord Tort Myers-Palm Work fISUllled?*

John 3:16.: For God so loved meddle wth: their'religion or customs knoweth theM that are his. And, Beach high

vw jl the world, that he gave his only, In the northern kingdom. Let everyone that nameth the La Belle-Ralph Hendry onL
I begotten Son that whosoever belIeveth -! "Then answeed Amos, and said to name of Christ depart from Iniquity. t meat market in new Davie Cro*
In him should not perish Amazlah, I was no prophet, neither .-2 Tim. 2:19.: In Watts Hall building. n

but have everlasting life. was I a prophet's son; but I Prayer: We would build only on Pompano Recreation cent!

1 I John 15:12.: 13, 14. Jesus said: was an herdsman, and a gatherer Thee, Lord, with material worthy on Florida avenue la Campbeu,!
tiC it PP This U my commandment, Thatye of sycomore fruit: and the Lord of the foundation. Park nearing completion:

1ar; '' love one -another, as I have took me as I followed the flock, Plant City Renovating I

+ the loved you. 13. Greater love hath and the Lord said unto me, Go, !MKTHOniST: nonage of First Methodic chu "j
': no man than this, that a man lay prophesy unto my people Israel.! completed. tll
friends. 14. I In the Lord's name Amos denounced Plant City Loral J
heat t down his life for his Sunday school at ten o'clock a. Coca P<
Ye are my friends, if ye do whatsoever I the personal and national bottling plant Installed new
dlea I m., L. A. Davis, superintendent. 1 jNu equlp
sins of the people. "Can two walk ment.
'b, I command you.
tab! : Preaching next Sunday morning
r'A Law of together, except they be agreed,"
ff' Proyer: May thy new at eleven o'clock by Rev. S. H. C.
jttD .:r Love be written by the Holy Spirit that is can individuals serve God
A llurgln, presiding elder of the
Ii, upon our hearts. I and not accept and trust his teach- I rYo.w n' Nature Thought
Jacksonville district, and after the I
' Who are the sons of God? Answer ings? "Which oppress the poor I I morning service there will be a 4t rv.r4 / J! Everything

lit{ read-Psalm 27:14.SUNDAY : which! crush the'needy"; "Woe to short quarterly conference. w pw e 1'f Nature thought of everything C
them that are at ease in the human bowen
;. I I Preaching In the evening by the a/f aew made. When tile
when sin "That body is about to
SCHOOL runs riot: zlon'1 become ill,
pep Io pasta Rev. J. T. Guy at eight Daten
wine In bowls"; that planned danger signals to warn
flat [ LESSON o'clock. Thus, if our children grind their tetS
II poor for sliver and the needy fora )
the I I Prayer meeting Wednesday eve- = when they sleep, or lack sppetitT
--I of shoes and because of !
pair ,
mfiitfnil 11 11raickJ __. ning at eight o'clock. ''Come and asY I Buffer from abdominal painoritl I
these things he cried "Prepare to
enjoy this service-there is always about the nose and fingers, we &$
FOR Al'CJUST! 31, 1030 I meet thy God 0 Israel." But God a good attendance. ..5j (l :know that they may have coati

also said "Seek ye me. and ye Both circles of the Missionary j worms Then, if we are wise, we!but!
t Subject: Amos The Book-of shall live." bottle of White's Cream VernUTunu!
Amos. Society will be entertained next safely and surely expel the worms iS
Monday. afternoon. at four o'clock.. avoid the
ire danger of
the voice
> Golden Text: "I
fI by Mrs. A. W. Anderson and Mrs. trouble.White'.GYeara Vennifunrab
of the Lord, 'lnlr'Wbom shall 1I
}{ Sam Anderson, at the home of the IIDIJ'3So: _bottle,andcanUboujtbt
;; send, and who will go for net latter. Uanova Pharmacy.
i Then said I "Here am I; send me." August 20, 1930 .

*) In*. 6:8. Strong In Grace Thou there- DOfC
$:, Lesson Text: Amos 1:1, 7:>0IB fore my eon be strong In the grace BAPTIST eM S4u

]:1 ; 2:11: 12; 3:7,8. that is In Christ Jesus.-2 Tim. _
v;' Amos was a herdsman of Tekoa 2:1.: Sunday school at 10 a. m., V. B.

J j'' a town six miles south of Prayer: "0 strengthen me, thatI Wheeler, supt. Attendance Is

: #t'. hem,And 2700 feet above Bethle-I may stand Firm on the Rock, keeping up good. ,
Mn t' elfie was not and strong In Thee" I Worship at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. R
schools. The pastor will attend the Fifth
August.80, 1O8O
r, {:ts The book of Amos was one of A Good Soldier-Thou there Sunday Union meeting at North -I. :It PLAN

Drh 'the earliest books of the prophets fore endure hardness as 'a good I Pleasant Grove preaching thereat I

about 760 :years before Christ. soldier of-Jesus Cbrjdt. No man 11 a. m. Saturday, but will' be r III ii IIIIHWIWIIH II IflUIIIIIMmiHIIimUlUUIWWI IUIUlIIIIIIIPIIIA.,1mt. ,
: Today's lesson begins "The home for all the services on Sun-
that warreth entangleth himself THE SHORE HOUSE 11.108Construction
i word of Ames who was among, with the affairs of this life; that day.B. I r
the herdsmen of Tekoa. which he he may please him who hath chosen Y, P. U. at 7:30 p. m. John EUROPEAN FLAVOR archaic restraint, rules and regulations : Hollow tile with

;>>; saw concerning Israel." Amos' him to be a soldier.-2 Tim Powell president. ':THE SHORE, and the opportunity 'to do stucco finish; decks, canvas, porch.

p| was a native of Judah, but prophe-! 2:3: 4.Prayer. Duncanhunter as we please. This means simple, roof glass and metal.
(By Architect
ry t sled in Israel at Bethel one of the : "We hear the call in, WILL BUY DAIRY CATTLE New York.) modern surroundings with large Foundation, concrete; windows,
?!' homes of King Jeroboam II. dreams no more. In selfish ease we' FROM! DROUTH SECTIONS comfortable chairs, windows of metal casements with integral
In chapter one and first part of lie." Lowell Fla. The North MarIon America, which should have size to let in the sunshine and to screens; doors, wood 'to special : .
destruction 5?l August 31, 10: ORemember County Dairy Association plans been the birth place of the mod admit of expansive views good details. ,.yea'.. "Smileat
on* to buy about two car loads of good ern style lags far behind Europein simple decorations and furnishingsall Interiors: Floors, linoleum; theAche'

wad and cities, as Damascus, Gaza As-' Jesus Christ: Remember dairy cattle from drouth stricken awakening to the possibilitiesIt in all-an appropriate and walls and ceilings, plaster; kitchen
that Jesus Christ of the
l hod Tyre, Ammon and Moab, the David sections of Tennessee, Kentucky, offers. The steel skeleton sky- distinctive place to live in. I composition tile;' bath room,
seed raised
of from the
ttie ancient enemies of Israel and the: was and Ohio,in the near future, it scraper Is an American Invention The Shore Is such a house and composition tile; steam heat, gas
ndyjtno j, Israelites became Interested.I dead, according to my gospel: was learned from County Agent as Is also the airplane: the machine provides for outdoor living. The and electric wiring. .

Amos prophesied the punishment wherein I suffer trouble as an evil Clyde H. Norton. The association gun and .numerous other de porch roof la glass and metal. It Cublture: 27,984 cu. ft. Ordinary pains- heat
doer, even unto bonds; but the sent Hamlin L. Brown, vices. Europe rich heritageIn ache and neuralgia muscular
t of Judah the southern kingdom, recently pas.a lists thus: I Complete working plans and
word of God l Is not bound.2 Tim.
extension dairyman, Into those sections historic styles: America has not, functional
pains pains,
;: "Thns salth the Lord; for three 2:8 9.Prayeri. Cellar: (under living room specifications of this house are
of Judah and for, 'I to look over the prospects, therefore It would seem that available nominal the headache and congested
!> transgressions! ;' "0 Christ, our true and kitchen and bed room) laundry, for a sum. Address
rn eg four, I will not turn the and represenatives of the association America offers the suitable back- the building editor and of cold in the
t. away pun- only light illumine those who sit heater and general space, cold re- feeling a
dlelith t, Isbment thereof; - But I will will join him In a few weeksto ground for the development of a room. fer 'fa house H-198. head-how quickly they
In night"September help make the selections. new architectural style-the mod-
* send fire Judah, and It
a upon 1, 1O:5O ern. New materials, new methodsa First floor: Living room, kitchen disappear when you take a
of Jeru-
1vIt : salem.shall devour" the palaces For the Sake of Others-I en- Monticello Fla. The state progressive spirit and money are three bed rooms, a large glass HEADACHERELIEVED table or two of

a l After the death of Solomon his dure all things for the elect's sake dairy sale will be held here October at our elbqrw, we should outstrip and metal roofed porch and a one DR.MILES
cep. I Ir the that they may also obtain the sal 28, and a large number of registered Europe. Yet, on the other continent !- car motor room.
divided Into
kingdom was .
+'a south vation which la In Christ Jesus Guernseys, Holsteins, and we find buildings of glass Deck: The entire top of the QUICKLY Cbbir-mint
in the ,
kingdom of Judah Tail fwJy VtfttakU HI
idanIt o and Israel in the north. The first with eternal glory.-2 Tim. 2:10.: Jerseys consigned by'members of and metal where we still use'wood, house serves a roof garden deck. .quick!' corrects the

', Jeroboam, King of Israel, had said Prayer: Help U8, Lord, to be also the State Dairymen's Associationwill they gain the benefits of Ceiling heights: Cellar, seven ft. digestive disturb..nceeremoveathelar-

tea 'i "If this people go up to do sacrl- good soldiers of Thine. be offered. sunshine and outdoor living wherewe first floor, eight feet six Inches. Dr. Miles' Asplr-Mlnt l II tin I Inew
to lice In the house of the Lord at September 2, 1030 The sale will begin at the local coup ourselves In dingy interiors Exposure: The plans as shown te poisons, and sick headache stable mint-flavored tablet!
He Abldeth Faithful It U a sale stables at 10:30: and at noon behind "antique" glass. We are for a lot facing south or west. quickly disappears. Tour whole system that is making people all ova
and Jerusalem then shall the heart of
to 1 unto their faithful saying: for If we be dead lunch will be served by the Mon- fuss around the"geegaws and gingerbread For a lot facing north or: east the enjoys a tome effect constipa- the country "Smile at the Achi |
few this people turn again with him, we shall also live with tlcella Kiwanis Club. Six Gu.rn-I sit in uncomfortable"period" plans should be reversed.Lot tIeD vanishes and yon feel zeaewedt 15e and 25e at your drug iton
Lord even unto Rehoboam king ot Avoid ... ..
i bromide aDd.
v: him If suffer shall also HoUtelns and 20 Jerseys chairs'" CKi .,
>; : we we seys and try to tune size: House frontage, 42 ft.
.Judah and they shall \kill me, and arc depreaalug and b rmt aI. 111 r wtl.iF.i-
again to Rehoboam king of reign with him: It we deny him, he have already been consigned, ourselves In with a medievalat-,, Side clearance, left, 2 feet; right, All Dracflsta 26c and 76e red' pkg.4Iiuia1ERS .
aeat I' I also will deny us: If we believe and Include some of the best dairy mosphere, when what we really 6 feet. Lot frontage,. minimum, 50 1.1//. ',-'uP' MONF.Y EJA
not, yet he abldeth faithful; he' cattle blood in the state. want Is "llbe ty"-freedom for feet. ImPl'.t
r 1'ekoathe home of Amos was
i ds Wp ,( about 23 miles south of Bethel

1, B Jerusalem t![, where the northern. klndgom had "THE MAIN THING ON MAIN STREET" ,, By L. F. Van Zelm I

th. chief priest at Bethel. The
6 w' Lord appeared to Amos at Tekoa -
fiuzz P1'l lHVS'f1l0t't To I1'r I, THE OMa.'TIOfot.'
and said "Go prophesy unto my Unity
people Israel.. Amos went directly taints Puoa Q.- 4eoww AT .Tii RIGHT r ;
to Bethel and began foretellingthe wars /5'tlagrfJbcrtTY 'l u1l+ tTcou NAY TMI'S .""E"T.OH0

y4tls punishments which wars to t1EwMPEr.z.INVINTION ,CUT -n.. QA bEAWlloveD S'f Ti'f'
a'L't .
befall the surrounding countries ,! tbuZt CNtWIMG GUM.r ALLIED' GRA'S' J. currees

and\ then Judah. Having thus secured FOR "" ASSOLSAfON OcwoQGefreQl -

the attention of the priest ./"Mo.cs YOUR PIPe !CHeW G'UP1" 'mff

% aa4 the people Amos denounced TIC PAPAS DQM4I0 lbDA 1IOP. MTC), wN4p . - .. /. r., G.rGBQ I.s'tfl'.t MORTee PELNAft Mv.PfpQA .
told of their I.
thglr sine of Israel '
A punishment to come. "Thus .salth IbDA ;-1\0" RO\.L. fee. IAwjN t -" .1i,". r4 : t,. Mtrt\! '4 'e.-) f/MCM., .ILLINOIS..
the Lord: For three transgressionsof OICI
Israel, and for four, I will not LT T. IDd 4 /Hrr / -..,. ,_.- Q.OLeEf& ernes.!

turn away the punishment thereof MAIM /IQCITS: BON .. .&.

: became they sold the righteousfor IIWSttYOQ ITM&,
silver\ and the poor for a pair .CONOM4AT.ON. LA'1Npiowcq' ...... wngaatualttMtwerss.N .

04V of shqes., ; tea u/to *t a '
Amos quoted what the Lord had c col "Vltb .,
Alt cur-.....- OInt. .. , iVl4nnw!
aid ot Israel "And I raised. up of tea, ,,,e.Ik, Irkrt

your sons for prophets, and of GRAGellATUaIaEY-

your young men for Naiarltes..- ATfBQMOOM 4P4.

IF Bat y.. gave the Naiarlte wine to M I 11.' ...-tT? 1 tfJ--

drink.; commanded the.prophets ea-
sy4nr. Prophesy not. C -

Amaa father prophesied In the 1: : McMi;;

W name the attMaot of the Lord.Bethel":.and win the also horns Tla4t JIJr'.7 ir '-. .. By Charles.

of taOK "" s..n mNEtSA'Y ''T16Mta. 1 QTMlNCUW.s. 3i6 D'cMrev i..wtbaTlts'1 ,
fall to the ground Qllgal shall { rl DmorntV, ? / e6 w i iiaaR .... .--. WOtU.D. 4Iue" hCTYRC e M j r I f /r JI I
't i
o.. arely go into captivity and Bethel wrT.. BevN1riA. .A' ..;..... ,.. !$TLIft.. coy wAlrcte! l I I II
shall come to naught The > . I II "l* / / iI ,-I '
sanctuaries of Israel shall be laid / lyaf T !NA4Lr ...

waste house;....and ot I Jeroboam'will'rise against with the the _j ii drtnr- Vt* 9i .'/ ..:. ==- TMMl T..ct. ...t N I

' .....r4.." TeAO =- 'IN TIME,
''r1p ) "Th %,Amsilah they priest of -
Bethel aaal to Jeroboam king of -......

1 S rl rls Israel* sayiac, Amos hath eon pir-
t' .{ ed against the - For thus Amos
: e 7 with Jeroboam shall die by the

j .word. and Israel .shall surely be

t led away. captive." j jR 4,..
f Then "Amaslah said !unto Amos. weI

O thou seer, '0, flee thee away Into -

the land of Judah, and there eat I :1
bread and prophesy there: But

prophesy not again any more at :
+ Bethel: for It .is the king's chapel :

and It ls the king's court."-Manyprophets : -- '-:: J

were trained for their r e ...m


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= lowingchanire* In the tax .*..*. : Ov.rdraf May 1. 110 ___? 17.14 with law. Said c rtlflc*t* embrace*. NOT.CI FLORIDA:
inset rol a* filed by th. City Tax Wletrlet N.. C the following described property *ltuatd That the following amendment to
Tis AMw. for 1930. Nolle fur. Bal. Apr. I. 1930 _________ In Bradford County. Florida In Circuit Court, Twnty-lxth Jodicial Section 6 of Article of the CoeU.tuUon
< How to PlaylIfIIi ther a-lven that the City Counci will Receipt durIng month ,.??._1&,1 to-will Circuit of Florida, In and forUradford of the Htat of -
at a meeting to b* held .n 151.. warrant durlnl month _._ 2.OO Five acre Com. at a point 100 ft. County. In Chancery. InK to bond b.. and the cam _
day of September at the City Hall In Ual. May h____.___ 1S8.25 Went of Hallway track on North Alfred DeVoto.Complainant.. hereby agreed hall I b* *. I.
Stark* at *:-oo o'clock p. m., will DistrIct N 1*> line of Bout beaut quarter of Northwest mltted to the Itr'do the State

\ SBRIDGE hear from al mien owners nr .nt. Bal. Apr I. lUG _.____....__ 17.01R.c.lpte quarter run South par.I.1wih vs.Arthur. the General Election or ..* : S
a* desire appear and file complaint during month ____ Hallway 145 ft; th.n" W. Tobey .t at, lives to be held In 1930 for .
a* to the valuation ax fixed Warrant 4urlnl month _____ 6.35 am* variation ISO ft., thence Defendant or rejection. That said SectloB 4) ,.
... (" .. by th.Maid Board of Kqunllior. and 'I Bal. May I, i._________ &8.1 North at right anal*. to North lineof Foreclnnure hall DM amended *o a* to read *. '
any reasons why the UUtrlrt N.II said 40: thence East on salt line Order of n 1I..Uo. follow: I ' 1929..30 by should b* chanced. 'aluaton.I Bal. Apr. 1. IK-M'; ______ 612 to point of beginning In Section 26, It having been 1>y Section .. The Legislature '
K% lot I and lot 3 S T Block $5 Receipt durlnsfvtnonth ___ 14*.S4 Township I South Kane 82 .st. a worn bill of complaint riled In have power to provide for ...bal _ _
Wynne FergusonAuthor Original Town. $sc. 18 Tw|>. 6. Kan e Warrant durlnMmonth ____ s.66Ual. aonlalnln.6 ..r. mor.or less. the above .nUUcd cause that thedef.n.l.nt" Stat bond only for the purpose .
JJ-Shell Petroleum Corporation May I. U.-, __-____ It8.80UUtrlct .' >. of 'PRACTICAL AUCT1OJ3 BRIDGE $3200 to 14000. No. ISBal. under the maid certificate I nue4 warIn Arthur W. T.b.y. Margaret t Tobey : urrectlon. and the Counties, Dltrlct .. .
On lot 70x70 feet In North w.nt Apr. 1. ISlff h_-______ -$*87 the name of W. M. Knight. Hattie F. Tobey. Martin Louis or MunicipalItIes of the State
Corner of lllk. a8. Original Town Sec. RecBlpt durlflK-wwinth ..-___ 13624 Unless said certificate" shall b* Frits Zahn, rhrlntlan 14. Wrlghton.itarold of Florida. hall have power to Is. _ _
by Hoyl.Jr. *8. Twp. 8, Ran*;. $standard OH Warrant durIng month ____ S,00 redemed aecordlnc to law tax deed A. W..tal. Margaret K. sue bond. only after the lam hall
Company-IIKOO to IZftOO. BaL May 1 19301( will ** ther.on on th. 15th day Ethel M.
-- Nt.t.on. have been approved by a majority of
All Block 28 L T. Co*. biases.t N*. of September A. 1'). 130. Abbot. William U Cameron, .'"r.- the Votes cat In an election In
ARTICLE No. 3S Section Z8, 6, Kan Ov.r.lrlt A.I9:10: .. 195 AS Dated this 15th day of Auiruet A. Carey, Albert H. Shaw which majority of the freeholder
OvHHnt-$500 to SROO. n"cell.t.u.lnl _ __ (57.04 D. 130.O. Charlottn A. Emerson are known de who a qualified elector residing _____

of the charm of Auction Is the element of the unexpected. Big hand. Lot.6 7 LI1K. 2. T.n.I.. Addition.( month ._ ._ 152 ,. W. ALf IMAN. ten.l.nt who complainant believe In such are Counties. District or Municipalities

One apparently unbeatable. are beaten.. Ordinary hands that look most 28. Twp 6. ....Tiuhy & Hal.. May t. 1930( ___Po _____._ U8.84 (8.ar1.rk Llrult Inler..e.l In the land Involved hall participate (o b* .
are dead, to
hat Thomas If
Refrigerator tu.-suso: to 15 'Iorld. In thin litigation or. I
Dletrl. N.
Bnnromiiintt often turn out to contain the exact cards to produce wonderful $&00. Overdraft Apr. 1. 1930 __ __ 53035 By HUANC11H ALO.n3KMAN, have been IntereRted therein'I I. deador held In the mnnner to prescribedby

iulu. Here are two fine examples. Number One iihows what often happens to Sinclair n.tnlnl Co.-Pemonal_ Receipt durlnK-month _-. .- 1220 g186tll. .Deputy Clerk.MOTIfH alive therefore saint above named law; but the provisions the of thl. '
to refundingof
apparently unbeatable, hand. and Number Two shows how an. ordinary $1360.00 to 150.01.PanAm.rla" Warrant during month ____ 6.25 defendant are made parties defendant Act "hal not ltiefl apply for the --
the to be a lIttle slam. p.trol.uo('orpora- Overdraft May I. lt( 30 _____53340DUtrlrt to said bill of complaint to' exclusively bonds
of the
out of or
hand turns' .. $ to 1760. N*. Ie OJ M'IM.IfVTIOX Foil tether with their heir*. device, purpose. ref.ndln.
Uni H"I.lnN t'ompany-Per.onal Hnl. Apr, I. 1930 ._______ .__16506 T.J iKKi) Krantee or other claimant under the Inter..t of such Coun
Example Hand No. t U7O.OO. Receipt during, month __.._. 85.SOWnrrnnt .Hitch parties and each of them;I. .iindthat ties, Districts or Munlclpalltle
t'ueker of utirltiK month . 600 Notice I I. hereby gIven, that II. n. the said defendant with their
Hearts-9. 8. 3 to $500,00.. J'lor.daP.r"o'lal-'UOO Ual. May 1. 19SO __._.______u 18436DUtrlct Schroeder holder of Tax Certificate heirs, device grantees and other A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing|

Clubs-8, 6, 3 i Southern n.1 Tehphon.and Trie- No 11 No. 137. the 6th day of AUlu.t., A. (h\I..nll under them are each non- An Amendment ti> Article IX of _ _
Diamonds-Q. 9, 8, 6 graph l0.-P.r"0.I-S51 to $1600: Overdraft Apr. 1. 1930 8S,T U. 1928 has filed said ..rt In of the State of Florida and the Constitution of the State of

Spades-9. 8. SI ,. W. Co.-Ier"ull l month _ 11.90Wa1anl" my cItIes and made application for that their reldence I I. unknown to Florida Halatlvi to Taxation and
-uOOO to U50u. durlnK month ha haS made
,' and that
tax deed to issue thereon accordance to lie Known Section
.mpl.hlant. Finance, a.
\Hearts- S Hearts- 7, 6, 2 Fruit Ur.w.r.Kxp. ('.-Pro Rnto May I. 1910 _ 67.84 with Inw. Bald certificate. em- dlllKent "..r'.h and Inquiry to ascertain 13 of Article IX.
I Clubs-A. k, 10 : Y I Clubs-S value F. U. Kx. C.r58.00 to $100. Utrlrt No. IS braces I the. following dpMcrlbvd pioperty the place' of resIdence of lIE IT BT TIlE I.EQia-

I Diamonds, -J 7..t. 3,2 I A B I Diamonda10..5 Po.tal Telegraph Cahle Co.-Kx- Overdraft Apr. I. 1930 .117.11 situated In Uradford County, each and has been 1nlbl. ascertain HIMOI.VJn STATK OFFLORIDA _
l'aJea-IO."i,6,3 : Z I Spade.A.KQJ,4.2HeartsA. coos wh'-U3.00 to $10000. lo'el.tB d.rln.month Klxrlda. to.wit: the HHine th.t they are I
[::; Seaboard Air I.ln. Railway Co.- "arr.nt. durinI month 2482 Northeast quarter of Northwest each believed by complainant to be That the following amendment ofArticle
Valuation main track .hi.npur., and (v.rdrlt 1930 _____ 501,86 ' all Northwest citiarter of .v.r twenty-one year of axe, end IX of the Constitution of
K, O. J. 10,4 swItch track, Pro rato to appuitnnant certify that the foregoingstatement r ''R"barter Went of Hallway there I. no poion within the the State of Florida to be n _
Clubs-Q.J.9,7',4',2 sUpplies, pro rato rolllns Block- showing balance at the Kx .* Hold Martin & state of Flnilda the service of a Suction 12 of said Article know.. .
Diamonds-k $24.560 to $4I>,120. beKlnnlnK and tit the ending of the 1 \to> *,, HectlnnEll .ubpnen. upon whom would bind the Mama I I" hereby agreed and ______
month herein lMv ctated. and of : : :
Western Union Telegraph Co 23 lOact, their heirs, device
Township Range .1.C.nd.nt. _
Spades-none the receipt and warrant Issued .. hall ha submitted to the elector of
, Pole line Fix. wire-$915 to "koo.oo. 40 *, more or le.*. Krnntev and claimant under the State of Florida at the general
We the do 'luring ald month, corresponds with cont.lnln. of them.It __
hereby cer of nald propertyunder them or either ____
nnde'.rned the record of office, and I I. true a..e..ment election to b* held on the first Tu*.-
: rubber Z dealt and to wonder if his wrnderful hand that In my further by said
No score, game. was try ..hov. foreg.Ing and correct to the bent of knowledge the said issued was RIp".rlnl day after the first Monday In November
I when he looked at his hand he had the really so wonderful after all.' A's doubleof and corr..t lint of the realand and belief. I ulna certify my that In the name of c.rtClcat. worn bill of filed I 193,0, for ratification or rejection. -
comforting thought "Here's a wonder. five clubs indicated that the too personal properly etiUHllBvil by the following lirfa; list| of all county Unless said certificate vhall be re- I. In the above entitled cause ,,

ful hand that ought to win the rubber". clubs were against him and that a bid the equaliser City Council Hitting .. a boardof d..o.ltorle..howln., the balance In doemod according to law tax deed Oordon that th Mark. d.I.ndlll.( Samuel Annie Section 12. x For a period of fifteen
will issue I the 15th day
I But see what happened to him: lie of six hearts couldn't be made; but on In wltneHH whereof .h.robyBub.. first *tated. and the* month herein of September thereon, A. It.on 1930. Uabrlvl Uordon therein.named are year from the begInning of operation '
bid of four A the other it looked if scribe our names on the data, above amount of i.o.i-resicieuils. of the State ot al InduRtrlal plants whlel
I made an original hearts hand as A B Heciirltv furnished by each such de- I>ated this lAth day of ,AiiKlint' A. I"orhll shall esisliisheii In this
and V passed and B,of course, bid four could make five spades For that reason inc n tIund. 1'.lt.ry. and the amount of Interest D. 1930. S and that eaih reside at 58 Fenway nr after July lt, 1929. engaged primarily '
C: F. HOOVEK paid or credited durIng saId month a. w. AUDianMAN, t Inn City of HuHton, of the It.t. of
.padeathebid Z was trying to shut out. Z derided to bid six hearts not with Chairman during said period in the
City (C'ountll of the
Z now correctl:( bid five clubs to any idea of making it, but solely as a I City at Starke J'lo.I".. by each current said dallbalance depository( on. or accountof time (8.1\1) Bradford Clerk County of Circuit Florida Court. I. of Massachusetts America and, that the saId. tHat.Alnt. manufacture of steel ve..el. automobile -
fabric and Hen
tired text ,
ihow his other suit and thus give hispartner justifiable overbid to save game and ATTFMT: deiioHlt Ily HbA.NCIIt; ALUblRMAN., Uordon I I. a widow over .
the choice between hearts and rubber: : A doubled and all passed.In . A. KUTCIf, Witness ,my band this list day of 8.15-51.9.12. JUvputy Clerk one years of age and that the sold wood board,pulp nutomoblleH, paper" paper, automobile bags> fitter i f

clubs. A, of course doubled five clubs the play A B must win three club City Clerk. 8J9.3t9.lZC. .\I'rl 1930. Mark Uordon and Samuel tabrl.1 aircraft, aircraft p"rt. Ula, *
I.rl. '
and V bid five hearts. This bid Is correct and one diamond tricks so that Y Z County A. J. C1RIFFIS, >UTICH OK APPLICATION Oll (:r I are and under that they n are-o :..te.In- I'ockery i Manufacturer and there
Superintendent "
although his holding; in hearts lose their contract by three tttclcs less COTV 6l'PERlTl.llT'C: TAX lKKlINotice :: In the property InvolvedIn fining I of sugar and oils, and In-

and clubs is practically the same. His 1(10 honors, or a net loss of 200 points. 110"'I'II.V FIN \NflM. liT tI1- thl. lItigation, nnd that there 1* t-ludlnK by-pruduct or derivatives!

partner had already shown his prefer.. That it was a good sacrifice is apparent ;' '%'I'Y MIIIOOL. KtMIHIlranfonl (-01"\TV Ml'PKIUNTKNMHNT'N I* hereby given, that C. II. no person In th. Stain of Florida i: of Incident the above to I the product n..n.f.etur. of ba an ax,

ence for hearts so Y should do likewise for Y Z easily could have' made five MO\TIII.V 11'11\1. BTATKAIKNT L'I.rk. holder of 1-3 or Tux 1.I.trl. the service of a .ul.po.I' either upon umpt from all sh.1 that

K 0 long as both. suits are of the same spades. Z, however, was very downcast: county for the month of 0. MlUUU. K1M>MTlrndford C.I. . 202 the 6th tiny of . uf whom them would bind them or I nu exemption whl.h laxlt.n.. .become *f.fccllva .
June, 1930.ieneml. A. r> 102*. has filed ;
,110 certfhntaIn by virtue this amendment ;
trtngth. for his apparently unbeatable hand The land Involved In this litiKatlon
< Nchool Kami for my otllce and
the month of
.B now bid five spadesand!!: Z began had cost him 200 points. Overdraft Jun I. 1930 _,_.__206018 May. 1930. Iuunty., for tax deed to I""u. I thereon. In cccordance are follows, towittWest ,.hal extend beyond herein the authorised year 148.

H.c.lpt. during month .-.K98718! llrnrrnfKrhool FnnrtirHat. with ql l ..*i t Itlcat* half of toulhwe.t quarter hall .xemptol real estate own _

Example Hand No. 2 Warranl. d.l'lnl month -_ ..8594.t May 1. into > ?_;... u 13,48340IteielptN embrace the following described of Northeast Section SI ed aud used by. .." Industrial .
Overdraft _. sItuated In Uradford 23, Township 7 South, RanK .
1930 -- 286.4 during month 4)162) .911WartantH ( property county plant except the real occu-
Hearts .Q, J, 7 I>l.t. No. InIh. durlnK month .20.805.57 J'lorl"l. to-wit: JOilHt:. ; North half of Northw..t'Iu.lrter of pled a* the location required.tat. tohouH

Clubs-4X. :1. JUne 1.. 1830 3990(1( OV.l' |; 1MO .2680.18 IHo.k 2, I'lnchurt Sub I)l- and Southeast quarter such industrial plants and the _ _
U.tll' and fraction
L. Receipt dnrlnn month ._ .'i ; ' .1 vision of Itollln Estate. Section Northw..t quart.1 bulldliiK and property situated
Dioil\1onds-A.9. 28.t
7.6 Warrant durl.1 month _.,_ ( r.l. Miir'r,1'IH.i: I |) '. ,_. .__ 16600 21, Township 6 Mouth KaiK 33 Kami, al ot Sno. thereon together with such land a* ,,
Spades-A J. 7. 6. 2 21 Township 7, South. flange
July HpculplilnrliiKmonth\ ) .__ 8.125 The assessment of said property b for
aOO.8 required warehouse
Hearts-4,2 Hearts- K 6.Clubs6.5,2 3 S C ,I"I. >.). : Warrant1..Mlirlngr'. month ___- 1.11 under sail certificate wa In the 32 1'I.t.: BiuL except belnK theretrom In Bradfordcounty Lot may HtoriiKe. trnckaK and facllltle .'_..................
Y flat. Juno 1, 1920 _19Z4.4 Hal. June _ 3 lying .hl.pln.
: : -Clubs-A'J.,10), 7, 3fliamonds1b42 I'I"U---' h- nellie of Unknown. State of Florida .__, __ and used -
J A B Diamonds 8 3 Receipts .rlnl month 4| ( Unless vald certificate shall beredeemed ? b.llt
: -Q 213.1 .
: In said
,. 'Varr"nl.j"urlnl month ____ 18.00 BaL May 1.! '1930 ___. __-__183582 to Inw, tax deed and that complainant .*.k., posse.A
; 4, J : Z s Spades- Q, a- .._ a..ordln. HUH. to lien
| : Receipt dtiring'ninnth: ___ 92.60 will issue thereon on the 15th day tor.clo.. rort..c.
I IM.t. Ko. 3 Warrant month i__.. 8,86Ual. thereon. JOINT RRSOLUT10N Propolllnl
dnrlnl of A. V.
Hearts-A, 10,9,8,5Clubs Overdraft June 1: 1930 ...127.4tIleceipt June 1. _. ?_,_.__ 192446l this 190. of August, A. It I I" therefore ordered that thaaid An Amendment to Ne.Uon
K, 0.9, 8 during monthr__ _,2638.71 >l*(. Nn. 3 D. . "er.ndantl above named and Article IX of the Constitution *t ',
Diamonds --K, 10 5Spades9 Warrant durlnamonth .._ 1360 Overdraft May I. 1990.30.1095 130.O.. W. ALDERMAN each .t their, davlcen the State of Florida nelaUnr toTaxation
Ual. July 1. 193H 797.78 RecelptH during month ___ 476.60Warrant $ (SoaelArk of Circuit Court, Krantee or other ulaitnantsUstler and Flnalce" to .
nut. >o. 4 during month , 171.12 Bradford County Florida. them and each of them, ba provide Authority Stat nf
Bal. June 1. 19.10 __ _, 390.06( Overdraft, Juno I. 1930 ___ By ni,ANCUB and they are hereby required to appear Florida to Levy and Collect Inheritance '
No score rubber $ame. Z dealt and At trick eight. he should lead l the nine Receipt dining month _.. _.. 9.10 mm.o.. 4 .t17.4 .l.\JHUIAN. to the bill of complaint filedIn or K' .tate Taxes Under -'

bid heart. This is an ordinary of diamonds from Y's hand and win the Warrant durinI month 4B.00 rial. May I. 1930 _.__ ,____ 40035 1.1.1-\-1. the above entitled cause on or Certain Condition
one of September
before Monday the 1st day
Hal. July 3G4.15 Receipt durlnK month 4.70 HM' IT I: HT TUB LROB4-
average hand so Z had no idea of any trick in his own hand with the king. At 1)1.6.l 'Vo.-A Warrunt. luring month h.. ,_ 75.OOHal. :AOTICIO OF APl.l.irATlO FOR A. 1). 1930 In the above entitled 11'ktl.VJI'! STATE OF .

great success with it but just watch trick nine he should lead the ten of Overdraft June 1. 1930264.0- ) $ June 1. I98U _____ ,_ -_ 890,05 TAX UlCUItNutlre cause otherwise the aliena FLORIDA Ol _ _ _
how it develops. A passed and Y bid diamonds and trump in V'. hand with durlnc month ... 74661 1)1.*. No O ton. of saul bill vf complaint will That the followInK amendment to

one spade. B bid two clubs and Z bid the jack of hearts. rant durl.t month -. f>5 00Uttl. Overdraft, lay 1, 1930 __ _. 25884 I I" hereby given I hit V, as confessed by and said their dofendants Section 11 of Article X of the Con-

two no trumps. A passed and Y bid At trick ten Z should lead the six of . July : .. 401.6 Receipt' month .. 145.40 Knllht. holder ot tax ".rtrh'at.1 No. devices and each Krantee or them or other Htltutlon, of the Stats of Florida relating )
!No. TBal. Warrant .. .
hearts. All passed and A opened spades from V's hand and in his UI.t. t 170.69 day of AUIu.t. 1921. heir. under them and .ach ofthe to Taxation and Finance b*,
three trump June 1. 1930 _ 791.48 Overdraft June '9i . 28408I : has filed said In my and the ama I Is. hereby agreed to. '
the four of spades. own hand with the nine of hearts. On Kecelpt during month __ :27.40 >U 1 THal. and made application.. for tax deed. in.It hall ba submitted to the alee* ;

Z won this trick in Y's hand with the this lead of spades B should discard! a Warrant during month >_ May 1. lul ___-_.__.-. 73868 to Issue thereon In accordance with I" further ordered that week thl.order for* .nd tore of the State of Florll. at th* it,
club. He liul. July I. 1930 31888 Receipt ,' month I __,. 54.90( be published one 1 Oenaral Election to _ _
Ire and led the four of clubs. B won cannot trump or he will surely .n law. Hald certificate embrace the four uonaevutlve.week the Ilrad- on the
withAhe' of and lose his 1)1.6. i. ft Wariant durtnK month ____ following described property nltuatnd first Tuesday after the first Mon
tha trick ace clubs led king of hearts and so make the ford County TeloKraph u nawspitp
Overdraft June 1, 1864 haL Hal. May 1..190:' ____ . In A. D.
h In Uradford day November
facie the trey of hearts. Z let this run small slam tor Z. At trick eleven. Receipt durIng month __ 20.00 fist NO. I 791.4 wltt I county $ Flurlda pibiished In *.Uradtord County Uiept..mlwr ; ratification or rejection, that I* to ,

up to Y's hand and won the trick with Z should lead the losing club from his Warrant ilurlnir month 160.00 Overdraft' May 1, 19JO ?- 'n 27.14ltecelpts half of Houthwpt quarter of Florida next prior to said 1st day that Section 11 of IX of

the seven of hearts. Three tricks have hand and trump in Y'. hand with the Overdraft July 1, 1930 18.6 during month .*____ IO.61$ Northwest qu.rte. A West half ofS"ulh.a.t 1 Don and, A.ordered D, Clarke, Florida the.ay. Constitution of th.Artcl. of
How should of heart. At trick nut. No. Warrant* during month __._ nf Nortbw..t'I".rt.r Florida relating to Taxation and Finance -
been twelve quarter
now piayed. play queen B has Bal. June ... thl. 80th day of July A. D.,
1. 1930 18078 Overdraft June l. l.30 ___ .__ I....
-?- Hlx ba amended .
section 10 Township to read
; *o as a
the balance so that he will score a small I left the king six of heart.and Z has the Receipt during month ___.. 4.10 DI.'. !% CHal. South 22 1J. *
slam against any defense? Think this ace ten. Z must win the last two tricks. Warrants during month u_ 130.00 May 1, 19JO ___.______- ._ 15825Receipt Th* Kane oment Kant of said forty property acre O. W. ALDKHMAN.BRAL Section: lit No taxes Inherf.
over before read the following: Played in and A B haveno Overdraft July 1, 1930 60.16 during month ______ 4.60 ( ) Clerk Circuit Court.D. upon
you thi way. under th* *al Solution At trick Z should lead make small 1)1st. No. 10 "'arr..t. during munth _ aoof.l. In the nain nf Mark and (lilreath.Unlosi dent .cltlsen of ___
: ; four. defen. must a Bal. June I. 1930 _. ____. 618.06 June I. 1930 ____. __ 160.75 of Stark Florida.Solicitor or this Stat .h.1 ___
the deuce of spades from Y's hand and slam. I; other words, Z's ordinary, Receipt during month -___ 12840 1) "t. ivo. 10 said certificate *hall ..deed for Complainant. I be levied by the State of ,

trump in his own hand with the eight of average hand turned out to be a won- Warrant durinI month -__. 175.00Hal. BaL May 1. ilIac) ______ ._. __ B62.ItReceipt l .u Kciordlno. thereon to on law the tax 15th day 5- - .29. und.r It. authority, and there nall

hearts. At tricks five and six, Z should derful hand due to a good break of July 1. -?- 569.46 durlnK month ._. 8690 wil 8.pte.b.r. A. I>. 130. : of b* the exempt family from ta..ton I to the head ta _ _
lead the king\ and queen of clubs and luck and skillful play. Never despair iSlet. Ne II Warrant during month _._ 300 l..te (th day of August, A. NOT6CH I household goods In:: : I IA
Hal. June 1, _._ 230 00 Ual. June 1. U30 _._____u_ 616.06 D. -
discard the six and seven ot diamondsfrom of a bad hand or exult over a good one, Receipt during month -___. 112.68 IM .. II 130. tctA to the value hundrad. C

Y',hand. At trick seven Z should for you never can tell until the cards Warrant during: month _.__ SO.OCUal. Bal. May 1. 11138 _._n__ ___ 198.80 Clerk Ci.of Circuit W. AI.DEnMAN.Court. Ilrad- In Circuit Court Twenty-Sixth Judicial ( ) Odl.r., provided how*.*rn

lead a low diamond from his hand and are out what tho result will be.THA1N . July I, 19.10 '_ ?_'.? 112.68 H.c.lpt. during month ...__ 11.20 ford County, Florida.815.6t.913. of Circuit l"loriJa.Bradford In Chancery.J. Countr.Htal. , that the may provide forth J
assessment. levying and coflec1
Pay .. N.. 19rial. .
the trick in Y's hand with the W.rrant" month .
win 11.
ace. june t. __-_____ 72003Receipt Ual. Jun. durin.. : _____ ___n_ 230.00 M. Duvl. lion of a tax upon Inheritance of f
during month ---_ 86,7C 1:1. N 11 Co ,pl.lnant.. for the levying of Estate taxes, not '

Problem No. 29, Warrant during: honth ___ 20000 Bnl. May 1..1830 .____ 693.S3Receipt won CM nv APPLICATION FOR vs.Cl.ta exceeding In the aggregate theY.' .
Ual. July 1, 19 III 606.73 durlnK month ..--___ 27.00 TAX I>KKI) M. Davl*. amount which may by any 1... -
l-learts-8. 6,3,2 DI.4. Ne u Warrant durlnamonth ___ Defendant. the United States ba allowed *-

Club.--Q. 8 lIe!. June 1. : 17864 Bal. June 1. 19J ____,-__-- 720.03 Notice t t. that R. II It appearing by affidavIt appended credited against or deducted rrom*
hereby to the bill riled In the above-.tatedcauH similar tax .
Diamonds-i 3S Receipt during month __- 10881 Ill.t. No. 1* Andrew .ren. any upon Inh.rl.n.
holder of
Warrant d"rlnl: month ? -- 125.00 Hal. May I. 1936 ____ ________ 16984 18. sixth day of C.rtfc.t.No. ). that Cleta M. Davl, the derendant or taxi on estate a.". .
Spades non Ual. July 1, Receipt'durln1' *__ 18.8 A"lu.t. therein flamed I Ie non-rol- led by the United State* on the same _ _
flearts-A 7,5 Ier-K JJU. 19 13.n Warrant month 1028, ha* fl.d said ""rtfcat. In my dent or the it.l.of Florida, and she subject, but the power of the Iellatur *-'

ClubB-7,2: I Y I S Overdraft Jun. 1. 1930 475,40 Bal. .&d.rlll, _-___J.ZT o-lnc and for tax. I I. a .. 724 Navy Street.Ocean to levy such InherItance taxor .
to l Issue .c"ordana.wih
thereon In
: A, D I Diamonds-O.6 Receipt during month ._ 10.01 Ul.., N.. ISOverdraft 11.8 dee law. I'ark, C.ltornla and I. over ... Estate Taxes' In this State j
Hald Certificate
Dim-4,2 Z 2JeartlQJIO Warrant during monthOverdraft __?- May 1, 1930 ___-_ embra.e.. the *K* or yeara( It I I hall exist only .o long a.. .nd) *.r.. r'
I I .33.t described situated
1930 ._ following property ordered that ald nonreel.d.nt InK, the Imllar .
Spe. Spe. 10'6. July 1, 385,3 I..lpt" during month _" __ ( In Florida.towit time a *..
l>Ut. Nu. HIHal. Warrlnt" durlnM month ____ 2.00 Bradford county def.nd.nt b* and *h. I I. hrby forced by the United State arainf _ _
June 1, 19.10 _. 21766 Overdraft 1930 ____ 476.40 : required to appear to the bill Florida Inheritance or Instate and
Hec.lpt.during month ,... 15H.40' I)U,. No. Ie- Northeast quarter of Southwest complaint for divorce filed In *ar. hall only b* xercled or enforced r

Diamonds- K 9 Warrants during month .,_ 69.00Ual. ( BaL May 1. JUG __..__n___ 18436 quarter except 1 acre In Northwest. mm** on or before Monday the to the of the 2
for 27 Township ah.orbln.
_.. ._ corner B.hool. te'Uon of A. D. 1930 r
July 1, 1930( 30706I Receipt during" month _--_ 86.31 day amount any
Spdes-Q.9.7 >IM. N.. IT Warrant during month ____ 13.00 .( South E.t-3 wise th alelaton. of nld bill will which may l>.permitted by the cr.dl

Overdraft June 1. 1930 51.f Ual. June 1. lOll) _____ 'h____ 217.66 acre The* 'assessment or laid be taken : *. by said de- or the United Slate*. now existing or
Diamond. are and Z il ill the lead. How can Y Z win seven of the Receipt during month _. nut N.17 under the ald certificate lued was fendant.It hereafter enabled to be claimed by _ _
tricks trump ? Solution in the next artirle. Warrant durinI month 100.00 Overdraft May 1, 1K.KI ... 67.84 In the name of Wallace N..1J, I I. further ordered that this or.d.r reason thereof as a deduction or
eioht Overdraft 1930 _- 131.1 1..lpt durlnir. month __ .__ 16.60 Unless said certificate shall be be publ.hed -once a week for credit against *uchImllar

1JBVLE- --- this country is-burdened with.-- Overdr.r 11.. (. !..1910 1H: -.-- fU! Ie Warrant June during I, m..lh 1930 n_'h. 51.24 wilt | .".ordlnl to law tax de re.deemed .< "Hr.cford'.u. cun..cutv.( T.I"lr"r.h week .In new-111* appllrabl tax nf the to Unl.c" Stale lnherltatice *- ,

The, president has asked Attorney luring month ._ 249.15 nut. iso. 1Ov.rlrnft > I".u.D. on the 8th day o 1.lp"r publ"h.< and or b1sinteo. 1'h* title.
A. 130IMitud
Warrant month ____ 340.onOvciflraft _. _ Sept. State. latur ,
du'IIK Mavl 1930 may provide for the appropriation -
12:01 General Mitchell to make an IOlR8 this 6th of AUK. A. D
Our schedule changes : a. day
July 1. 1910: -541.91 I.cell. during month This July 28th,, 1S30.u. 'of all tuxes collected under
m, Sunday Apr 20th and trains extensive and vigorous Investigation [ hereby.certify that the for... durlnK month 110. O. W. ALDEHMAN w. AlDERMAN, this Article to such Stat, County

will run'as followsrLocal of bankruptcy laws and prac. log "tat..nt. .howlnl, balnnce at Overdraft June 1, 1930 ___ __ 461.16 Cleric Circuit Court, (RISAL) Clerk ('Ircul Court, Municipal or Rilucatlnnal, purposes
ending of Iralord H. M. Stalks ,
th* begInning I hereby ceitlfy that the foreKOInK JOIIN.H FI. a* I may dm advisable.
No.1, southbound due tlcoa. the month herein above tated. and KtatemTYit, showing balance al 8-8-6t-9-f. County Florid. Solicitor for Complaint. -

Starke '11:11: p'. m. The inquiry will be under the durIng of the r.elpt.* and h. corresponds warrant l Issued with I the the ...lnllnK h.r.ln and above at the state ending, and ot ol _n______ ..1-5t..2. JOINT TIKHOLUTIO.V Proposing

Local No. 11, southbound due direction of the solicitor general the r..ord. of my.ofllce. and I. true the receipt and warrant Issued i MrI''ltI.: M.UITI.:1 IO'I'ICF J 14 o'rl'I' An Amendment to .\rtcl. IX tIthe
and correct ta the bed of my knnwledK I during said with Onn.tlllo. of .
Starke 11!13 a.'m.. Mr. Hoover says, with the depUrt- and belief. I aisocertify that .orr..pond. 1..1'1 ; Thereto an Additional .
the and I I. true
.cord. onlec. Notice I I. tn
nU -
Limited No. 107 southbound, ment of ommerce cooperating) the following I I. a list ot all county and to th* my knowledge -I : pron Section Ho Known a*) ;
.5 eorr..t 1..tor Ifrrnby notice I* riven that under havIng claim of any kind or "Section 13" rtelatlngr to the
bIance' InORCR Tax
due Starke 10:45: a. m. Its jJurpOHe wan outlined "y the deponltorl, .howll the and belief. I certify that and by virtue ot that certain final' nature agaInst the Dradford County tlon of "
at th..I". mnlt. herein the following I I. a list of all oOUOtydepositories decree of forerloiur Hank of Hturka Florida that unless : :
conic by the ,
DM J IT '. .
Limited 191 southbound due president and the and Ui ofevurlty UI.r.ATIHU1 ,
first tatvd 'OVi'c'f"P
formulatol"oflel8laUQQ lt showIng the balance In Judge of the Judicial such claim are to the r.FO

Starke 10:36: p. m. to.correct present Vl9, bv of each interest such paid, leuoHlUify or ,*r4d-, each at the c Inn* of the month herein Circuit In rnt T..nly-.llh Iradfur) County. Liquidator' of ,ald pr".entet wlbl" 13 FMmilJA-.OF OP _
and Amount first statcfl.; and th* amount ofecurlty
Locals Northbound: laws. ; Ited during said month by of ach current wildilepOMltory rurnINh.,1 by.Vach such d.. of Florida July: A In D. ;;:, In or.: *olt J.dxy VVAlvares "same.nlh.'will from b*the foever date.of barred notc.und.r, Article S That IX the f"Jnwln.amendment of the to

No. 2, due Starke. 5:43: a. an. Under present laws deadbeatsby on .c"ount' poMttory and the amount of interest and against A. K. (Carantsa. the provieionsot.Chapler 7935 State of Florida relating Ic Taxa cl

No. 12 due Starke. 3:05: p. m. the thousands have found It daily I ..I.nce.or d.po l. 'paId l "rredlted ald during ald month* .t aId defendant, the undersigned, of ".10110. Lw.1 and Finance. by here ,
Uftl'FJI. ''hY l depository on af< oiintof ton addln. ___
ea.f thetinder.ignel _
a. Hpeclal offer for skis present all claim to I __
(fount .sd.litijnni
Starke matter to wipe out ther: "upt.rlnt.ntelt dally balance or de- wil I. .. know. ,
Limited No. 108 due an easy COI'ITV "I' : : t" In front, of th*', house door In Liquidator.. at Stark, a* "Section in" providing .
B:53: P. m.Slarke' honest debts even If MUNI'III.V I.I..I., .' TTM- Witness my hand thi. 11 day of Htark, Florida on the 4th of August 1"I.rld. manner of taxation of motor v* I
Branch dishonestly advantage aI9i1' OF HCIIOOL. ..:'IUI 2929.!t! A. M 1919: to lbs highest andhect JOS IS. WILSON, lUcle. he and the same Is herehynirreml
andVannee ; ,
D.cem"er. A. J. ( hld.I.. for cash the followInKdeiurthod tiuldatorv fratf.rl County Hank, to and ba submitted
No. 10.1 leaves StafkeT a.: m.. No. of the .bankruptcy laws -- Cuunty ) property lying and li.lnnn .. Florida Ilia qualified .h.1* of the Slat of.
for the _ _
Bradford :
For rntnty. luperllt"ndent. UraUfortl County, Florida toAH Stark, Florida July 10. 1IUO Florida for ratification.or, rejection
102 arrives 2:40: p. m. dally exCept to do so. month of April I IIOTI'.1 wIt: '
.J.I.I.I. at the rteneral' Election to b held t
Mr. Hoover said he had been (,.. Drkiml F.ed. .: tot* Two (2) and Four (4)
the first
Sunday. Tuesday after the
I.FC'rIO" first
nal. due Apr. 1, __ ,I'I.U nf Block Fifteen the West UI. l42LI'V'lIO SWiffirtitlAC .n
S JUI ((18). I
business all IOI''M ( In November, A. D. 1930
S .'T. J. Griffin, agent. informed that losses to Receipts during -_.. Forty feet of lot. HI* (6) and Eighi "I"y ,
Wall that ny, there Mhall b addedto
month T. If. f. mayor of Ptarkc. *
through bankruptcies had amount. iial.Warrant May "urlna. . .-,419A.0. Florida by virtue of authority veted ((5); of *.lo lunch Fifteen (1 ao- Th Legislature of Article IX nr the Constitution of

Blue Itus Schedules ed to 3000000.000 over a period . Ulntrlr N*.:,-t .' In m* by law, do hereby call an cording original town the of map or thf IBJi', 0",1,1 the 'onHtltuilon of 1885, the State nt Florida relating to tax. _ _
nid. Apr i. 1910 _ _:____ ?*4,?! election to be .held at the city hall ',Ilark. *ubjat.iowver .. of the of FlorUla. it Id pass four "tnl and finance, an additional sec. '
Souhbouiid-937: a. m., 11:37 of five year.Present Receipt month u 'W. In the aforesaId clty. ny the itiall- to Alley r.. Joint lleoliitlon aniend- ton to lie known a* "Section 13" of .,

a. m., 4:07: p. m., 637p.; m., 11-: lomes from this source Warrant dlrlnl d'lrlnl month __ lU.\ tied voters there. on Tuedyr September )Ions l i4yneC a*A stated wit to In N.d*1.*d. from dttledAny Ovid mOnte tn the pro""nl. of the lows. Article, which shall read a* fo5tticn
1980 for the 111. State of Florida' the :
__. 36.90 purpon all came
Bal. May w.rc
approximately '
ha added. are and reaud I Hook IlUlrlet 2tlal. of electing tho/ohowne olHcer 1. 1101 to liy a vote 13. Motor Vehicle*, a"

North'io'' 'd-4150[ a. a.. 8:& I7G0.004.000, ft year. Apr. i.jDJft; : 1.--. __ 875.80lt"esipts On* Mayor i N"" ubil l.) Hrcord.of.Tlradford 8, AUK. 10th.C, 116. :1ril" ,member .irJ.: ; eachmune property shall be subjart to only I _ _
during m nth Three AldermamOn I thatthe vote on said Joint' on. form of taxation whl"t shall b*> -
,a. m.. 1:53: m. p. in.: 'S. "IOU.A State of Florhla, toteth( with the a license tax for th '
p. 4.2 Wacrant mol th ___ P m. S Pharmacy opened hat May dlrlne. K3f '. ._ d 18"1 "" l.Q.n.nb. h..dUam..t.. and ap repctlv Journal with the yea .ucb ",".to. vAhlc''R.' lcensa
HUeah'tay's l>l. Tickets and Information at af"$Dlscayne Boulevard. Overdraft Apr t. 1935 .:-.- 136808 On )MamJiu.1,., any mlt ,app.rtalnlla. .ermine and direct that the said for such purpose a. the Leg-1-la.
Smith's Service' 'jStatlon, tc W'Lldwoodflank of Wild wood Hec'rlpt.durIfl" month 176,43 In.p.etor. nftald' election: T. N. JOHNS Joint 1"luton. !b. submitted to tore may by law provide and shall i/
neJt Warrant. month _ K.ndr"k. It J* A. ".1. 1 FrtAZPl7 SpecIal Master he .roctor. tb.Stat at the Oenrl be In Iliiu of all ad valorem taxes aa. 4
Courthouse reopened for business.Alapattah turlnl I. 1930 ___ .a52.3 I. "mphry..J. SoJIcltur* > Kleetlun: In 1030. aeceabi. against motor vehicle a*
.a03".16 Hnt't".um fur No..mb.rl
Diddle Pharmacy Ov.rdrlr Jl.rIr4 N.. 4 t ; whereof I b.psriCtO Compl.llar.t NOW, : it. A. p.r.un.1 property.Th .
2030 . sutscribmmyloam.. and caue the -- I It AY, Hweretary of Stat of the -
Bal.: 1.
) IM, OX THK held grand opening at 3521 N. W. Receipt Apr.during .*; ,-.-_ 4JJ.5S 1.8 seal of thv ifn city to b* affe4this Th. foregOing and above oilver- itat of Florida,*do .hereby gIve no vote cast In compliance with
loOtI. 17th Warrant mol the &U. > /HX of Auvuet A. It, it..d property wa duly offered for tic. that a aid proponed amendment
- *, and
>OW I "rln. the _ _
above adveriise,1
RIGHT ala1.. 1930. : a* and there llilKKAf.: annvadeclaration
Boca Grande -'Contract let by BoJ. Int n.-'. C -u 40.3 >n, C. WALL being no bid* property theralr wil b* held In,",FLICT'O-cCunl Flor- shall ba subjected* and return

c&unty school board for construction Overdraft Apr. 1. 1930 ... .IUU' (CaI) 84i.W. of Stark.. Florida. d.*crhed.| the Hal wa adjourned on Tuesday next ) the home"f.rearuliitlon and restrictions to tha
1'MHI.If'n& of United ItAt' b GoIng Receipt during month,1.. I I-I-it-.J r. and will b* mad In front of the lrt Monday In .ucc.eeln.. !>., ira provided by law for a* _ _
Gunning 'After Rotten of two-room addition to negro \\arrantidtirln*; month -uu JJO.6$ '. J Court I loan' doo. at Mtark-, Ftorda ttio. the o.l.l, Tuesday being the election In the State of nrfd..ra. _ _

school here. Overdraft May 1. 1130 ____ __ 25584lilaSrirt oi : op A during th l* al hour of ale, FOIUTII DIV OF NOVKMHKHo IN TKSTIMONT WHERE-.
Knnkiiiptrjr I". ".. 1 S. 4,( TAX PPfATIO- on Monday the tint day of Baptembar. ? the ratification or reJ.cUol of air. I have
BaL Apr. I, 1930 __ 14111! 10' DIJEU A. D 1 EI0. 'h* said Joint propolnK my hand h.r.unt.and eel _ _
ftOTICBNolle Receipts[ during month ____ hated at">Stark*, Fla, August IJI"I. th* Constitution < the Great Seal atl..! _______
The best news for business men warrant during month ____ 1.1 Notice I* hrtfy el..n. that If. itKchroedr ft.te of Florida' via; SEAL Htat of Florida at Tal-

heard In a' long while Is an announcement nlveii ta all'ten- BaL lay 1. UdO ._ T3 holder CertificateNo. B. M. JOHN" V RESOLUTION Proposing Uhaisee. the Capital
of the ItUlrlrt 8 11*, the 4U day of AUK.. A. U. "" An Amendment to Vactlnn or Ar. this
by President Hoover cerned that the City .1- ____ Js.14 19Z8. has filed ald certificate Mel IX, twenty-third
I sitting a. a Overdraft Apr. 1, 1 ) : L FRAZF. ,t the Constitution or the day of July. A. D
the he la going after the dlsgrace- ; City of St.rke Florida 1 *".lpt. durIng month - --- .I. and mad .ppl"ato. for Ilclto. Complinant. State of Florida. n.IItnl to Bond isle. '
'-bard : Tu.a.r'Au.ud S.00 lu*. .". tiE. IT
1 and 'rotten bankruptcy laws 5th !>., IUO mad Vv arrant during I & U.r.OA acurdanc. I 1P 01 TUJ LEU1Stfr t-t-13t.10-34. 8..tMr'of iilata. _ _


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Bradford County Telegraph t Lardner OspRing who once tele- TIIERESSAMI. Brown were transacting businessIn I lWERGJ EEN

ti I From Other Pens I graphed his regrets that he .. Rhoda EelBlcr. c.... Starke Monday. Hr, F. A. Ro.|.ri
Established 1877 couldn't attend a dinner becauseit Mr V&aco, Forsyth and Ellis rw.

, Y .. .n..____,___ __ .__.__n_. ________. -- .._-- -- 'was the children's night out and Thornton of Starke, were here Mr.
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class Vacation days are about over.- he had to stay' home with the Mr. and Mrs. C. Cox and son, Sunday night. dren of and Okahumpka Mrs. Master, and tI=
Starke Telegraph. They haven't nurse offered this alibi in dodging Charles, of Miami who have been Rev. J. J. Edwards will begin a were'lll j
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, FloridaE. another affair spending their vacation at John- revival meeting at the Baptist MM. Masters' sinter din
started for us yet.-Inverness Rosier I. I
in Friday
to son lake returned to their Graham Sunday
In to- an invitation church in on
8. Matthews, ____________________ Owner and PublisherJ. Chronicle. a pressagents'dinner response Lardner Miami last week. morning, Aug. 31, 1930, at eleven v Miss Euretha and
C. Robinson ____________-___________ Managing Editor Wonder how a poor worm must wired: "I wish, .could" make it, I last A Wednesday sweet little morning baby girl Aug.arrived 20, o'clock. Evei body is invited to at. Mr.Raines and, who Mrs. have Schellu been 'lal I
but I cannot and It .Lea' matter tend.
feel when he sees a big fish makIng real sa.I have always to gladden the home of Mr. and turned to their home .ft,
SUBSCRIPTION RATE for him with his mouth open? of regret where Mrs. J. I, Cartresson of Lake Gen Sunday.
to beat
yearned a ,
Yearly, $1.50; Six: Months, 75c-Payable In Advance Times-Union. Like a pedes- most of the speeches were in a Mr. and and Mrs MCCorll1lc',
train dodging a moving! van and eva.Mrs. little Heilbronn '
W. T. Zeigler and spent
." Mirror. Sunday
Rates Application foreign tongue. LAWTEY
Advertising on
i autos on a busy street. son, of Jacksonville are visitingMr. and Mrs. J. E. Rosier wllhk
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1i1Y -" ---- -- -- ----- -o-- Life', Tank and Mrs. J. J. Zeigler. 1\1.... K. E. Burner., Cor. J. II. Sapp and Hobble ,

Food for thought: you can't live on thoughts alone. Headline In Starke Telegraphsays Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Moore and I Russell attended church herfj

; -6 "Florida Sees Silver Lining In Isn't it strange' that princes and son David are visiting at Clear- uruay.
Dry Clouds." Guess they used sil- kings water this week. HhufoitlDurbanMr. J. E. Rosier and R
Next Monday is labor day and the first day of school. ver dollars to line 'em, for we find And< clowns that easier in sawdust Mr. and Mrs. Jim Buttery of Dave Durban of Lawtey, an- were visitors to Starke 11

few within our reach these dull, rings, Jacksonville spent Sunday here nounces the marriage of his Mr. and Mrs Leslie|| MCCle Saturda

I Iac Plant is going grow strawberries on a larger dry days-Crescent City Journal And common folks like you and with her sister, Mr. and Mrs W. daughter, Eva Durban to George spent Saturday night with
1 s starr City --0--- me T. Wallace.. Shuford. The Lake having tak- ents, Mr. and Mrs, n H.harp:l

+ scale than ever. ? Starke Is yelling for a lower Are builders for eternity Miss Emma Joe Sullivan of MI- en Butler, Aug. 6, near Lawtey. 8ni II

; 0Zuta's ami visiting her cousins, 1930. Mrs. J. S. Roster
electric light rate. Where there is was was vimi! ,
the strong boxes to some officials are proving to be light there shall always be a rate. And to each Is given a bag of tools, Misses Thelma and Hilda Sullivan Mrs. Shuford is a Lawtey girl her daughters, Mesdames\ c. A J<
feel' -Lake City Reporter. As there A shapeless mass and a book of last week. having been raised here and has Prnlgle, J. S. Sapp and Willie

heat 4 surprise packages. ihould be-but the "rate"1 needs rules; Rev. Blanchard of Lawtey fill many friends. She is the youngest
a dlsa, k c; 0- must be in reach of the city poc- And each must make, ere life Is ed his regular appointment at daughter of Mr Dave Durban. B. E. Rosier and Leslie WcCI.1!

tabl r Pi : A community may be proud of its antiques, but moss- ket books. Okeechobee News. flown, Hope church Saturday and Sun- Mr, Shuford is a progressive I Ian were visitors to Raiford 5utur, |
-0.. A stumbling-block or a stepping- farmer, having come day.. }
backs are not antiques. day.Mr. Virginia. The community joins Mr, and 101rB. w
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i l ,. Key'West has more lodges and '" and Mrs. M. Z. Sullivan and much 1 Rosier aD
In wishing
0 Farm Bureau Monthly. happiness. children of near
daughter Miss Doris, of Miami,
other forts
sod ties than any city 811to
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Biggs and
Plans to make our highways safer will be useless until size and earth.-Bradford County 0- arrived Sunday afternoon for a Sunday with B. E, Rosier aDc
; Matthews for Governor Mrs. E. p. Wells were shoppingIn mother. cl
Telegraph. Which demon- visit with friends and relatives.
drivers removed.
some are Starke Monday afternoon. Mr.. and Mrs. E. ij
; Mrs. S. R. SwindeH spent a few Rosier
D strates that the fraternal spirit (Gainesville Evening News.) Mr. and Mrs W. E. Torode and children of ,
pew4'that 0 v here is ascendent.-Key West Folks around Starke are com- days last week with her daughter, Jacksonville attend,,
up children were visiting in Jacksonville church here
.0'' Four short quarts of liquor may make one gallon but Star. mencing to talk about Railroad Mrs. J. I. Cartresson at Lake Gen- Sunday._ Friday

the t7 t 1 they won't hold a gallon of syrup. -o- Commissioner Matthews for governor eva.Mr. I Mesdames W. C. Woolen Enoch Levy Norman, R S. and Ctrl!

.1M o Is Southern chivalry dead? We Mr. Matthews known as Willie Sullivan of Waldo Grlffls and E. E. Burneyvere Rosier spent Sunday in Mad 1101
are persuaded It is when men will : "Gene" to thousands of the old- enjoyed a swim at Crystal Lake shopping In Starke Monday the guests of Mr, and Mrs \\V. o!
Common headlines: Bright lights cause wreck. Crashes proceed to blow smoke in women's timers scattered over Florida Is with a party of friends Sunday af Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Roberts and Raines. I

into truck parked without lights. I faces without saying as much aa gubernatorial timber all right. One ternoon.A little daughter were .visiting, in Mr, and Mrs. Bryant ReddltJ

I o "howdy.-r _Palmetto, News. Per- could not search the length and very interest'ng! sermon was Jacksonville Sunday, and baby were visiting his motj
i haps they hadn't been properly In- breadth of the state and find a er, Mrs H. F. Redding WednaJ.
audience at the
enjoyed by a large R. R. Thede was a business visi-
} Two million eggs are being held in cold storage at Or- troduced. competent'' man for the day of last week, I
more Christian church Sunday night, tor to Jacksonville last week.
a# i lando. This is not a political adv. ----0-- state's chief executive. Mr. Mat- preached by Rev. S. H. Dodd. Mr. and Mrs. Clifton' Brown Mrs. Yarborough returned honl,

IfrJftsilr o They can cuss the tariff all they thews is well-educated a businessman were visiting her parents Mr. and Friday after spending the past (t.,

One thing the farmer should be thankful for-he doesn't want to, but we are glad we've banker and knows the affairsof I Mrs.\ J. W.Andrews, Jr., In Starke weeks-in DeLeon-.-Springs
got it: Florida truck farmers state as well as any man we Monday.
f'' have to pay for all the advice he gets. stand a chance to make some mon know of. Should E, S. Matthews KEYSTONE IIEIGIITSMI. Miss Louise Howe was taken to Plant City-Modern fruit pact.I
k ing plant to be constructed brcl
--o ey under its provisions.-Palmetto decide to run for governor he .. Helen Oirden, Cor. > Starke Saturday where she was A. Carey, Inc., property at Reyl
News. Don't shout until would sweep middle Florida like operated She is patient at
you on. a
The heights of sumpin 'er other: Tarpon Springs nolds street.Green .
see the color of the dough.-rTallahassoe -. the proverbial wild! fire. Mrs. Lambe's hospital. .
eat < five dollar bill advertising for owner. State News. +I._o-. Mrs. J. H Lawrence and daughter Mr. and Mrs., Bryant Reddishof Cove Springs 'CI ;I
IUM TWfatcr Helen, are at their home on County Times" sold to Frank f
o --e---- The people u O'l'e'' state of Florida Jacksonville were visiting' his J
Lake Geneva having recently returned -
Taxpayers of Orange City have as a whole own the wild life. pare'1ts.. Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Red- Dowd;
Road 28 will have reached a state of completion by win- from the north.:? Mrs. Law-
Utue"j been offered work by the municipality It is impossible tq,estimate its val- insurance dish Sunday Surfacing- started on HlghwlYNo. jl
ter for touriats'to be routed over it from Lake,City. halt of their salaries to be ue. We do know' however, that rence will continue the Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Shuford returned 68 from Hampton to intersect
business of her late husband, Mr
.,,. o paid: In cash and the other1 half to we collect an annual dividend of Jesse Lawrence, Miss Helen will home from Virginia Friday Brooker road via Hampton React!
be used In paying their taxes.- more than six millions of dollars where they have been on a Orlando-Carload Orange com
Y That life-termer convict who faces electrocution if recaptured be on the faculty of Melrose high
Bradford County Telegraph. How from It in cash and food besides two week's honeymoon trip, They ty grapes shipped from this cllrj

r:, has jumped from the frying pan on to the hot plate. -XUlI a person be a taxpayer when the aesthetic,. the healthgivingand school.Mr. 'J. H. Houser and F. M. were accompanlied home by Mrs.J. for' New York markets

i{ o he doesn't pay his taxes?-Miami recreational benefits. We 'also R. Shuford And little daughter JacksonvilleStandard Oil Co,
n from
/ Walrath returned Thursday
t Beach Sun. know' It Is'one of our greatest, who have been visiting her plans\ erection of modern nerrlnl
"Memories, says the Palm Beach Post, "are the only northern Georgia where they at- station at southwest oil
- tourist attractions. If a private i parents for several weeks corner
4 beautiful things in life which nothing can take away fromus. The proposal to stop all road individual or corporation owned tended the funeral of Mr VeaayValkel' Mr. A. M. Blanchard was a visitor Pearl and West Duval streets
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bmn ." work for a period of three years a property producing a like dividend -I The Ways and Means commit' to Jacksonville Monday evening Work under way on widening
$ i iI will not meet with the approvaland would indifferent to Lake City highway from Baldwin)
tee of the Woman's club were en-
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1 support of legislators from its protection and development -- to Jacksonville.
1x r Perry News has discovered that the man who predicted counties where little road work The people of the state should tertained Bird, at president the home of of the Ella Tampa Tampa Negro Hospital Cocoa City purchased garb

;. this year would be one without a summer died from sun- has been done.-Starke Telegraph.Nor place every possible guard around Thursday afternoon. After the dedicated recently. age truck. Y
ndyjjtenov I from counties needing bridgesfor this, valuable resource. and every
stroke. business meeting adjourned husbands
10. these many moons.:-Jasper force available abould be used to
.r d of the members were Invitedto S BSSMBBBlNBflBIS PJPJPJIP PJPflP BSHBlSISIS S B B BHB BlBHBHfllB B
0 New conserve it. c, O. Woodward,
a picnic supper
A skunk took possession of the Daytona Beach postoffice -o--- state game cOIJHn, aloller.0 Mr Jean Heiberger of Jackson-

ludlcI-< when the postmaster refused to ship it parcel post for eleven The state bar association, accordIng - I vllel was a Keystone Heights visitor -
to a news dispatch from Right to Maid I Sunday,
cute o ,scents. Polk county the other day, favors PUSH
i Miss Helen Lawrence entertained -
State Senator i. J. Parrish. of
{; 0 abolishing the grand jury system,
Friday evenng; with two tablesof
kMv" \ Tlttisville, president of the state
Jacksonville is not the only city with a paying municipal which proposal has already been senate, hall advanced a plan for bridge the guests were uirs.
advanced by Governor Carlton. Up
Wauchula's netted better than month opening to homestead all land now Elwell Robinson, Mrs. Austin
plant plant $2,000 a
anti> i imi f, to date no one has offered any objections held under tax certificate' by the Bliss, Misses Arneeta and Helen

ndan)* last year. .-Ocala Star. state. This would< Involve around Ogden Messrs. G. L. Bird, G. R.

">nt i er 0 -0--- 10,000.000 acres, which has reverted -;. Geiger and H. R* Lawren'ce.

r.eYq ;; The only "farm relief"* measure left for some congressman Federal farm board Is financing I' to the state through failureof Dr. Paul Bird, Dr. John Vaughnand
tobacco of South Carolina, Dr. Wooden were Sunday
illforl growers
I-on.tha ,\ to introduce is one to allow farmers to sell their corn by while those of Georgia, Virginia Under the owners the Brevard to pay,county their taxes.senator's .- guests of Dr. Bird's. mother, Mrs.

and ., the bushel or.gallon. I and North Carolina are having; to proposaL the,attorney general Ella Bird. a}' ay
, j t r S .0 sell their tobacco at a loss. The would be T,Inducted to fore- Misses Helen Lawrence, Arneeta >
difference comes in growers of and Helen Ogden, Messrs. G. R
re close all two-year-old certificates -
; on :
Maybe it was the light frost announced in some of the South Carolina being organized held by the state. This fore- Oelger, H. R. Lawrence and G. L.

intl drhis northern states a few days ago that started the tourists Starke Telegraph. Simply to state closure'' action' 'I wobld'Yesult eith- Bird attended the Starke theatre .. ,

Its air :c southward to Florida. this fact is to preach it.-Tallahassee er In the ownersil'cbmtng' '' forward Saturday night, ?y +' ?

State News. and paying their taxes or In placing Miss Dorothy Jenkins has returned r
n -0- a clear title to the land with to her home'on Crescent
r ll. p When a girl insists on a fellow saving his money, the Larger counties of the state,are the state. Lake after a two week's visit with '

Tampa Times thinks it's only natural for the fellow to wonder reducing their millage, the small -There are some flaws in his proposal friends in'the southern part of the t i r

ones are raising their,-Starke to homestead' it under conditions -,state. \s
z what she intends doing with it.
Telegraph. It Is all on account of ,. similar to the national home-

a the division of gas tax brought stead act, and many points of ex- ,

!" Dry agents will be required to carry shields 17 by 20 about under the Carlton administration cellence. We must consider that
It will be a long time most of this land now reverted to GRAHAM'
inches on their autos hereafter. Dry agents should be required -
before the small counties forget; the state, was cut over for timber,
NCa. i; to wear the same. size insignia, front and rear. the Brown-Crummer bills. -- Tal- and Is now either covered with old 'LI for

I o lahassee State News. stumps, or with stump. and sec- Mr. Roy Roberts of Perry Is r :

-0-- ond growth. For the cost of clear spending some time here with his Prosperity

system. lldttor Helfensteln also says ing this land any farmer could father, C B. Roberts. s
Mt that one of Georgia's chief disadvantages buy some of the best land in the Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Brown of
corom to each gaily painted rattle-trap Ford carrying not over nine la the extra taxation bur- Everglades.:' Sampson attended church here
den of her large number of counties Then much ot this land Is good Friday night.

xrrk.1 students. He says Georgia could do for little except growjng' timber. Miss! Pearl Johnson who Is

s 0 without fifty of her counties and The soil 'Is poor, in comparisonwith teaching school at Vanderbilt!

L ,Styles must be bloodthirsty in 'Tallahassee. Over theseason's Florida could do without twenty- good farmlnff g land In other spent the week-end at her home.
1 1to five, absorbed by consolidation. All states, and" in rket ng'cbndlttonll Misn Thelma Brown was shop) Two
latest in hats the Tallahassee Democrat placed the great forces-Capital and LabOrsupportthe
f millennium in the unfenced in Starke
very true, but the and annoyance trim ping Thursday.Mrs. .
t ttt heading: "Kills, Son-in-law." Usually the only casualty is politics will come before the consolidation cattle such that It is almost Impossible Ervaln Murrhee and son, commerce of the world. And a concerted effort -

flattening of the p cketbook. Is ever eft'ected.-MlI.dl- to engage (I".. general farm- were shopping In Starke Thursday of two great pairs of arms will push this
son Enterprise-Recorder. Ing. Miss Onle May who Is staying
-0 .-. The senator is quite right!; how- In Gainesville at the present time I world of ours into the sunlight of prosperity.This .

tl.d : Another corner has been turned, this time a "weather Plant City, Starke and Wau- ver, in declaring that the big land was home for a short while Sun-

i(, ad- chula are noted for their strawberries. companies have forfeited all rightto
_ _ corner, according to weather bureau officials. lIoov r's day.Mr.
Sanford for Its celery and this land by refusing to pay and Mrs. C. B. Roberts and
( ministration will be known corner-turning if Wash- This institution
as a one should take it representing Capital holds outa
Leesburg for its watermelons but taxes. The state' grandson Roy, were visiting Lake
tcl ington officials fail to coin another phrase. Santa Rosa county is rapidly back and (then establish forest Butler Sunday. welcome hand to labor, without whose titanic

t -o building; up a repuatlon for the preserves under the watch of the Miss Letha Crawford of Bald power the money marts of the world would be silent -
shipping of luscious blue berries. forestry department, where the wine and Ruth Lauramore of Mac-
Miami Republican cannot feel enthused over the Lake To workers of all sorts
The Milton Gazette says blueber- growing of pine trees can be start- clenny spent the week-end here we extend our earnest
to e lM ; City Reporter's reference to Green'Owen, Drane and Yon as ries are now moving to northern ed intelligently. In 15 or 20 years guests of Thelma, Brown. assurance of co-operation.

_ _ "Florida's matchless four in Congress.," Must be something markets in large Iota and the the state would have valuable tim- Miss Delma Surrency left Sunday -
h*c prices received by the growers are ber lands for 8&le. and the school for Tampa where she.will re- o
with the affiliations of the "matchless four.
In wrong very .atl factory. Semi hole fund would profit thereby. main for some time.

rda, o County Sentinel. 'Some of It could b* homesteaded Mr. Gilbert Drown of Sampson, Monday is Labor Day. It is a day ,when the

One million less automobiles were manfactured duringthe ----pO ,:U there i la any. worth it. nut was visiting J. B. Brown Saturday world takes off its hat to its supporting Titan.
sixteen old boy who the bulk would have to be night
That year great ; And
. n nft first seven months of this year as compared with same was driving the car that killed replanted with j jtreqs.i and then I Mr, Vivian Saxton of Hampton we are glad of this opportunity to join in that

period of last year. That represents more than threequarters two Georgia girls and Injured a watched carefully.,against incendiary was here Thursday afternoon. friendly gesture of admiration.

yla of a billion dollars not invested in pleasure so far this couple of other people near Hamp- fires.-Mtam* Herald.I Mr. Clyde Simmons' and W: R.
ton last week probably lacked a ._ ..-o.-,..,, Thomas attended church here

year. year or more,of reaching the age ,1'OR CITy,d.ILKj: Sunday night. _
.1 0 a he is supposed to have been. Miss Ida May Johns is visiting BANK OF

t tt -( Farmers of Bradford are recognizing the possibilities in There la a law In Florida requiring I hereby announce,my candidacyfor Cleo Reynolds for a while.,, STARKEAN
hat children' be sixteen before re-election. clerk., treasurerand Mr. Lacy Rigdon and sister,
dairying and the number of milch being brought to the
cows. the of Eva were visiting Thelma HONOR
hey are allowed to drive automo- tax collector of city Brown ROLL BANK
t H 0 county is steadily increasing. Like all worthwhile projects lles and yet there are probably a Stark., subject II n the action of Thursday' night' : ,

4,,a .' it is starting on a small scale and a sound basis, and in future osen under the age In Perry drlv- the Deters in the election of,September Mr. and Mrs. Claude Sanders E. S, Matthews Pres. R. j.. Dav'!s,'Cashier
result : will be and Tommy, UrtjVlttcb. Mills .
r lug carsThe somedaymay 9th. Your support son.
1 years these pioneers can point with pride to $jhe' part they .
4 ? be the same aa the Hampton. appreciated. '. left Sunday for Plan.e.JtJ' where
y had in bringing a new industry to Bradford. atastrophe.- -Perry News; - . C. A. FUTCII. .. they will. visit for a while, I

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