Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: September 5, 1930
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04775
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Established 1877 Subscription-For Year $1.50; Six Months 75c-Payable in Advance E. S. Matthews Owner and Publisher.

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"How did you like the new fall season was ushered -


"It's bum I tell yaf The favorable condition. in
first thing they' did was to Starke.

FAIL make me wash my face an' Holds<< N. Krhlemft' to warrant The county high school
when I went home the dog Molding Trio for Training Grind For opened, with a large attend Board Issues Explanation of the Purposes Tax Levy 4;1

i bit me 'cause he didn't knowme. Higher Court ance; the county'' boards Must Cover r.,

I Opinion Adds l"rotC"f'tIn To Flor- ." Local High Starts were In session and made '

1 Ida'Investors Jacksonville. Fla. Sept. 2.-Justice their monthly payments Including -

of Peace J, C. Madison, today -- several thousand The following resolution was adopted :

city authorities are, responsible Icing Rates To dismissed three men charged with The largest l squad 'B. II. S. hat dollars to school teachers; That whereas the people generally do not appear to

conspiracy to procure the assassination had in three years reportedto the merchants generally had
for the payment of special assessment consider the varloius items of taxation as to the real
bonds such as street paving Remain Down On of Governor Doyle E. Carlton Coach Lovpll Tuesday after- a good day and ,the monthlybill
of high:! taxes.Therefore
that are direct obligations on the ground "that the state noon. Eight lettermen returnedto collectors reported good cause .

bonds abutting property, If they pur- has' failed to make a cane sufficiently school this y"
Of on their face to be general Florida FreightDirector strong to justify binding one of her best. teams In history \ Inquiry at the Hank of 'explanation:

, port these men over to criminal court"Justice Added to till* vroup of veteransare Starke brought out the Information -
of the city, the supreme k
obligations fifteen or}> wenty ambitious That the road tax amounting to 33 mills was voted
court had held in an opInIon and Examiner: Retort to Madison dismissed the that. deposits for

on paving bonds In Clermont, Bialy That Shippers Comit I case shortly after County Solicitor newcomers, sopobomorea and reserves the day amounted to slightly by the general public and fixed by the board of bond
L D. Howell announced the state who will attempt to dislodge than twenty thou-
a spy of which was received here trustees from which the county commissioners can not
their older and more ex-
had completed its case sand dollars which was
Information late last '
jesterduy. sent out deviate
court held that When the state rested the defense perienced, competitors twice as much as the deposits ;
The supreme week by the Florida growers and
recalled for Back again this year we have That the school 10 mills mills
vhf\ owners of abutting property shippers league Is to the effect thata further cross for the corresponding tax county, 10 sub--

default in payments, a city may favorable report has been madeto examination Clem Dowling, thestate's the famous "truckload triplets", day of last year. Out-of- school districts and 5 to 15 mills in the bonded sub-
and Inman
Graham Brownlee.

advalorem be forced to tax Impose, although and collect the special an- the interstate on the present,commerce refrigeration commission -- Waybrlght first, counsel witness for Edgar Frank W, These triplets say a man never has town new money checks coming, representing into the school districts, a total of at least 25 mills is fixed and is

assessments may already have rates on Florida fruits and Rails, one of the defendants, started made first down over them, and community, handled by the demanded by the school board; ,

been Imposed for benefit of the vegetables.: The railroads asked to ask Dowling about the statusof they will prove It this year In bunk during the day amounted That the Governor of the state with other officials ,
Miner both
tackle have Moore
we ,
his bank account but was halted to more than eleven thousand
and It will not be
bondholders for of the
reopening subject,
a abruptly when Justine Madison veterans. Despite the loss of! demand a total of 14 mills for state purposes.
double taxation.The dollars.
construed as inadequate
claiming present rates are -
opinion, 1 la' considered by' The statement by the lea-: sustained a state objection to the "Duo" Klckllter, captain and left The One rains of the week This makes a grand total of 72 mills that the county

Interested in Florida's nature of the question. Fred O. end, we have. couple or more ambitious have put new life into the commissioners have control
those ,, performance i gue says: sophomores trying for left' no over.. That the only tax
under stress of bond obligations I Eberbardt, Talalhassee publisher, strawberry business, and everything -
to be especially import "Wire has Just been received and Henry Halseroa, of Jacksonville end< On... right end we have ButterftngWt Is beginning to take the commissioners can control is the tax for county government

ant and will dot t much to restore from C. R. Marshall, counsel andJ. the other two defendants; Sternberg, a veteran, on old time activity.SCHOOL which 1 is a total( of 9 1-2 mills;' ,,
Curtis. Robinson executive vice
leaned who tight \to keep his
confidence in the financial world. president of the growers and ship- forward eagerly"* during position.- That out of this 9 1.2 mills.all county officers are

"'If every holder of public securities could- pers league of Florida, who Is now the Solicitor''argument.' llowell'objected to the In *quar,erbaclioetlion, we 1 paid all public printing paid for all paupers and all widow's -
in the United States BOARDPROCEEDINGS
read this opinion, there would be ; in p Washington Bartel and ,Examiner that Director John W.L. dismissal of the case and asked have "GrlfnA', as veteran who will \ pensions paid, and all building fund and'agriculturalfund
have cloaeompotUlon for his
Justice Madison if he did not think
doubt left as to the honesty' met.
little expenses ;
Rogers of the interstate commerce
place. In" halfback position we
the testimony of three of thestate's
Integrity of this state, one
commission, have released theIr principal witnesses, Dowl- have So pi ,Alvarez the sopohomore -- a1
said. I
attorney tentative report In the further ing, Vincent C. Glblln and August wonder. This year one of the 1 in regular The board of commissioners
Board met Sept county said board of county commissioners ;
written by Judge a
The opinion, hearing in the Southeastern refrigeration "truckload triplets" will try for
and concurred in by Kreiger, "showed pro bable session with all members present, of Bradford county, Flor- with the amount of said. check
Terrell ; Investigation, docket tho Fnllbask will
grounds that a conspiracy exist position. namely; A. R. Surrency, James T, Ida, met in regular session with and so close said account."
and '
Whjlfleld Strum !
Judges 17039. The further hearing was hare from wards'n
ed. Moore and II. D. May, chairman. till members present as follows
Ruford holds that aside from the held at the request of the carriers second year ; The board of public instruction 1k
Judge Madison replied that his man. Minutes of last meeting read J, O. Crews, chairman. J, L, Un-
filed applications
taxation taxpayer the following for
question of double a to give further consideration to / '" y,
was a court of probably cause and and approved. Bills for the month derhill, Drew Reddish, 0. W. Illn- '
may be obligated to assumea the elements of profit and cost of I\4T HALF HOUI.>.\V widows pensions, which were allowed ,r
not a trial court, and that while were audited and paid. son and It. T. Osteen. '
proportion of deficiencies causedby haulage of Ice in bunkers of refrigerator at the rate of $3.1\0\ for each "
there may have been Just appre- The last Thursday half holidayof Widow's pensions were grantedto Minutes of last meeting were
child of
the neglect or inability of other cars, which are factorsof age for the term. of E
taxpayers to pay their assessments the refrigeration charges for hension at the time the story of the suson was taken this week those approved, several being read and approved. 4 months. ,
the alleged conspiracy was told, held pending Investigation. Notary public bond of Louis II
by the business houses of Starke up
and that such additiondoes
which the carriers contended sufficient Alice Oliver. 1 child; Mrs. Ida t
he did not believe the case was to the added number of Hill of }
and the usual winter schedule will Owing Lawtey, Florida was ap '
not violate principles of allowance had not been madeIn Munday, 5\ children; Mrs. II. B.
sufficiently strong to warrant be In force hereafter. The first children to be transported, the proved.
taxation, requirements of equalIty the olginal decision of the com- Broughton, 5 children; Lewis Par
holding the defendant over for half holiday fell on May 1st this buses on the routes from New River The following named'parsons
do they amount to taking
nor mission. |
rlsh, 2 children; Mrs. J. N, Thomas -
trial. and Brooker being entirely too
ct one's property without due process "Mr. Marshall advises that the year and practically all stores and applied for pauper allowance 2 children Mrs.
: MyrtlePrlest
"I "believe It would Just mean small, the board planned to arrange -
the postoQce! dosed for the half either In
of law report affirms the endings person or by loiter or
proposed I 3 children: Mrs. Bulah Kelley. :I :
added expense, said the judge In for two larger bus bodies to
day throughout the summer petition !
It Is admitted by the supreme and conclusions of the com- : children
dismissing the case. relieve the crowded condition on ; Mrs. J. P. Brewer, 2 children -
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court that perhaps "the act mission In Its earlier reports. 1 It Letter from L. A. Brown In be-
Mrs. Dove Holder 1 child
At the outset of Judge Midi fearless newspaper, It.Is unfor- these ; ;
1 1S0l1'8 routes.
bought laquestion, was, pawed .finds.4bauthoK. have wholly ; half of Bob Melvin of Brooker,
Mrs Garrab 2 chUdreo-
statement made shortly after tunate for tae'-publlc.- always avid 'All rountlne matters having .
under the afflatus of unusual conditions failed to sustain their criticism After due consideration1 said Bob ,
the state had completed its case, for news-of this latest hoax, that been attended'' to the board adjourned Mrs Chen Padgett 1 child Mrs; 4
and that by reason ot..the and exceptions to the commission's Melvin was allowed $2.00 per
the defense not to W, O. Silcox, 2 children; Mrs. Hattie
he said, "the court feels It should was permitted to meet the first Mondayin -
liberal exercise of its. provisionsand original report In reference to month, same to be seat In care ol
discuss the case at this time" tell the truth, the whole truth and October Alvarez, 1 child; Mrs. Jimmie l:
the blasted hopes of anticipated which the commission granted the O. B. Colson.
lie then explained that under nothing but the truth, surroundingall A. P. Grlffis, Secretary Allen, 4 children; Mrs Ruby ,}
profits therefrom, to now en- further hearing, and Indicates that Petition for Sallie Cadle was received -
the Florida statutes the conspiracy ,the facts and circumstanceswhich Green 2 children; Mrs. Lettle Stll-
force an ad valorem tax to the the the allowances After consideration
pay on contrary charge was only a misdemeanor. I have been the subject of ti. II. H. OI'I.NHVITI( AN toy, 1 child ; Mrs Belle Parmenter

bonds will result in hardship and made by the commission its origInal -, He also said he had been "ex wild and wilful conjectures and ATTKND.INCM: OK ,510,, Pl'PH.S wan,refused 1 child; Mrs Doable Prescott 3 1''

Inequalities. report for certain factors of tremely lenient" In' permitting considerable conclusions of an interested groupof Jane Rlgdon appeared In per- children; Mrs. Be rUe Strickland.

'Thin contention would have cost were sufficiently generous I testimony to be introduced witnesses, whose ultimate obJect The Bradford High School com- son asking for assistance Due to 3 children; Mrs Mamie Mead S
been pertinent and should have received "This means that If the commissIon be better I the fact that ,her daughter, Pink '
at the hearing which he (fell may understoodthan menced tire fall term Monday children; and Mrs. Clara Crawford ,
serious consideration If it approves the report of dIrector Thornton, was making
"was Irrelevant. explained The public may morning, with the splendid attend- a request 3 children
had been urged In resistance to the Bartel and Examiner Rog- for widow's pension, which
Judge Madison declared that it yet get the whole story ance of five hundred and ten stud was The chairman then announcedthat .
I issuance of the bonds," the opinion ers the reductions In the refrigeration was his opinion none of the state's "(Signed) granted, request of said Jane Rlg
ents and
more being added to the persons present who were
said, "but when they have rate on citrus fruits, vegetables don was not granted.
witnesses bad produced sufficient OILLIS. ,
melons and berries from roll each day. owners or agent for owners of any' ;'_ t
been Issued, validated and sole Florida to eastern destlnatltV evidence to show that any of the When Dowling, a former room Mrs. A. E. Wall, director of Request made by W T Turnerfor property upon which the valuationas
and the proceeds applied to pave defendants were connected with an mate of Rails?!took the stand for help for Mason Thomas color-
which have been In effect since voice<< led the students In several fixed by the county tax: assess
the streets of the city and to en- alleged conspiracy against the gov cross examination, Waybright ed. Same was referred to R, T,
1929 basis of the com- spirited songs at the opening exercises or or as returned by owner or-
hance the value of the property mission's May original upon finding will be ernor's life.Shortly started to ask him about the status at nine o'clock, which was' O teen, to be considered later, agent had been raised or lowered

of Its citizens and have contributed made permanent and Insure to after the case was dismissed of his bank account, but was stop held In the auditorium-where a Mrs. Dean appeared In person would now be heard and that all _

bonds to its matured general and betterment pay time, has the Florida shippers a saving of sev- D. Stuart Gillis, counselor ed a state [ Eberhardt Issued the follow pedwhefl7JndgsrtMadison-- fused.
eral hundred thousands of dollars trons had assembled. Principal 8, ered. There being no amplall t.., f
arrived Is tim-
such condition ill
a of the ,
ing formal statement: Mr. C. B. Gore asked for assistance.
annually on normal movement. 8. Dowling presided and a devotional either In person or by letter, the
ed and offers no bar for a court of" "As attorney for Fred O. Eber- J. R. Kelly a solicitor of Madison service was conducted by Same was refused. board then took 'up the matter of

jimtlce to administer a valid law. hardt, one of the alleged conspirators county, who 'I. assisting the Rev. J. T. Guy. after which Hey Mrs A. E. Ward, by letter, ask- considering the estimated budget

"No system of taxation ever has CEDAR KEYS HTINAGREKUEFKATK to assassinate Doyle E. Carl- state, declared the question was L. W Klckllter made an InterestIng ed that Willie Martin be put back The board then took a recess

been devised that was free from VAHCO FOKHYTII ton, who happens to be governorof Irrelevant and C, C. Howell, associate talk In which he stressed the on pauper roll. No action was tak until Tuesday, Sept. '' 8, at 10:00:

Hi burdens and Inequalities. It the great state of Florida I prosecutor, argued/ thatDowllng's Importance of obedience at home en. oclock .

Is common knowledge that the Cedar Keys, Sept. 1.-Emmlt wish to say that our state has bank account lias no and in the school. Statement made by Mrs Honor a. PI.Tuesday

diligent pay the assessments Imposed Purvis, better known as the Cedar again, through its executive department more to do with the alleged plotto Manning and Dr E. L. Biggs/ as to Sept 2nd 1930.
"Stlngaree" defeated Vasco A, J, Grlftls, Superintendent of The board of county commlssloners -
on them while others abandon Keys made itself the objectof assassinate the governor than needy condition of Annie SiUllvun.!
their property and dodge their Forsyth, of Starke, In a ten round ridicule throughout the country. It would be to prove that the moonIs Public Instruction for Bradford No definite action taken. of Bradford county Florida '

responsibility tp government and bout that was bitterly fought. For- Our legislative department has always made of green cheewe. County, discussed the problem of Allowances of Anolt Sterrlcks I convened pursuant to adjournment ''

society though eagerly accepting syth recognized as one of the best had Its place In the sun of Waybright countered'with the finances He stated (hat It costs and Eliza Wilson were each reduced with all members pres.

Its protection and benefits. boxers In Central Florida and vet- ridicule so that the only department declaration that "If the state counsel -' UI6,772.00 to run the schools of 1 from 15.00 to $4.00 ent
Such conduct Is Inexcusableand eran of nearly hundred take 99 the county for a year. per After due and deliberate consideration
battles'l left which Is to be depended can up 1-2 per cent of, month.On .
must ultimately add to the met his first decisive defeat upon to maintain the dignity Its time in this case In presenting This year a commercial depart- motion, which was seconded by the board the following ,
burden of the but it hands of the Cedar Keys boxer. It ment ban been added to the school, budget was adopted;
diligent, can and self respect of a 'great com hearsay testimony, we should be,. the salary of janitor for 1931 was
furnish no excuse for the refusal was a complete reversal of ring monwealth, is,the judiciary permitted to Introduce this bank and pupil. now have the 'advantage reduced to 125.00 per month. Lat- Cicnrrttl Fund

of the city to with its dope. and the defeat of the Starke ," of studying bookkeeping,
comply con- "In the latest spectacle erectedfor statement er same,was reconsidered and raised Salary of clerk circuit court an
tract with those who In good faith boxer, who went Into the ring a the amusement of the world a Justice Madison sustained the shorth nd and typewriting. to |30.00 per month., auditor and clerk for board $1500,
Invested their In Its securl- 3 to 1 favorite was a surprise. It stale's It IH\ fully expected that this
money member of the judicial departmenthas objection. The sal'aryof Jailor for 1931 was Per diem and mileage of coun...
term will
th was clearly the "Sllngaree'a'fight and Waybrlght then nuked Dowling prove moat successful
suddenly dramatically
reduced to J26.00 per month. hat ,
ty cammiHDioners
A promise to pay Is in no dlf he winning eight of the ten brought to a close the latest chap- If hoe-.ared to change his testimony under the prlnclpalshlp of Mr. S. or reconsidered and rained to $40 Pay of sheriff for attendancewith

f, nt situation when executed by round,.. Both men signed to meet ter In a comedy of errors which ; today. from what lie testified last S. Dowling, and his corps of excel- per month '

an, individual than when executed,. In Gainesville on Monday September hall been staged by a power-lnlox- week about hi* financial affairs lent -teachers t ttoITJ'ICX Upon, motion of J, L. Underhill, Attorney county commissioners for tjuuty commls-$60.

t"> a, governmental entity. idle a 8, for a return bout. cated and publicity-hunting ad- At that time Dowllng stated that ":.\ : HTAH II'hfJtG seconded by Drew Reddish the stoners, $40,00.Supervisor .

"oui matter, la not subject to + : ministration. he had been out of work most of board by unanimous vote reconsidered t
the vicissitudes of fortune and Xpw\rrlval. "Truly, an amazing mass of the time for the pant two years their action of month of registration $240,
should be observed Mr. and Mrs. Mason Cooper of Irrelevant and that he had borrowed a Repairs to bounty court house.
as scrupulously incompetent. recently ago( and decided to offer scholarship %
the arrivalof MIMI Lillian Kilpatrick, worthy U 00.00.
In the performonce In the one Talahaaaee, announce rial and admittedly false testimonywas with the Intention of setting up a for agriculture to the ,
born 21, grand matron Order Eastern Star University Repairs to #
instance a daughter, August county jail, $50.00. t
as in the other. Introduced by the state undar cleaning and shoe shining establishment of Florida at ,
been named Evelyn and her secretary, Miss! Arch rlene Gainesville. Expenses of
'In The little girl has county buildings! j'
times of stress and adver- a most liberal ruling by the presidIng Upon motion U. 'V.
will be Carter of Marlanna. spent the Hlnxon. seconded Janitor, $3 0.00
ally Harriet. Mrs. Cooper ; light, fuel and
Individuals are often required justice where unhesitating The state again scored a point by Drew
remembered' Miss Mary Louise week-end In Starke with her father Reddish the board water, $$260.00 Insurance
to toil through years and exerc and clear cut review of the testimony when the court upheld another objection decided to advertise for bids $200;
Dean. Mr. E. 0. Kllpatrlck. Miss. for Incidentals/ $300.00.Allowance .
c the most rigid self-denial and was,to the effect that there to the line of questl.mln&V.ybrlht Kllpatrlck: has been attending to furnishing 12 to 16 cords of wood
et! 'onomy to the not 'probable to \ switched the examI- to paupers outside of
pay even though wan even cause | for the court house and
her official duties in this section Jail same house
business engaged In proved a failure tlon and Is no longer the rock on hold the defendants. nation then to ask If bowling ever to be 18 Inches poor $11100.00.'Coroner'lI .
of the state and left first counting
of the
A which human relations under our "One of the had been convicted of inquest: Fees of officers
like course of conduct Is outstanding features any crime, three strands cord
week for Jacksonville per one to
not (less incumbent on a governmental form of government must rest" of the case !Is that after repeated to which Dowling ,replied emphatically b. green pine and one half to good jurors and witnesses $160,

entity. la concurring in the opinion of appeals to the victim of "no. IMI'ItOVINO rilOI'KKTV: light wood, same to be Inspected Insanity and Inquiries Fees of,officers t

The very foundation of our so- Judge Terrell Judge Whitfield the alleged conspiracy the head "Weren't you convicted In Chatham by W W. BalMden. committees $60.00.

del and economic structure is con- I pointed out that "the street improvements of the present administration, or county Georgia superior Congressman U, A. Green U repairing Toe following resolution was $150.00 General stationery blanks etc :i

fidence, and while the demands of are beneficial general- some of his friends, enlisted the court?", asked Waybrlght.' and remodeling his homeon adopted;

government on the taxpayers are I 11' to the city as well as speclflcal- aid of the chief counsel for a noorlous "I just told you that I never West Madison street, the front "Whereas, the amount of funds Advertising required by law and; '

burdensome It also is true that soCiety Iy .to the owners of property that character who has recently have been convicted In any court: ," and west side baring new porches ''n the Bradford County Bank, to paid for by county $500.00.

In turn Is making unusual Is specially assessed. Taxes are taken up his" residence In the shouted Dowling. added, with changes In the roof be credit of boardof county com- I Record books $300.00. a

inlands on the government. levied for one and special assessments tate of Florida. This ought to The witness then turned to the lines. With the completion of alterations mlssloners together with Interest Commissions paid to officers:" t

"If a promise to pay 1s no more for the other This was be, and no doubt will b., the subject Judge, presumably to object to the to the Interior Congressman due thereon amounting to $3072.- tax: assessor, 3800.00; tax collector

than a scrap of paper or like the In explaining that the two assess of considerable speculation' nature of the questioning but 'he Green will have a modern 30, having been paid by sale of $3800.00.

apples of Sodom fair to look on ments do not constitute double and wonder on the part of the inhabitants was ordered from the stand' .I dwelling bonds held by the comptroller of Sheriff, general court work.

but j turn to smoke and ashes when taxation-beyond the bounds' of of the state of Florida. Judge ,Madison then made his I .? the state of Florida as security for $00.00,

Plucked or matured then government the Florida constitution. "Since:thU seems to have been Statement wb.lqh culminated tin : Tallahassee *.- State highway aid funds, we do hereby authorze.and 'Clerk circuit court recordlac, -

must cease to function and ''No contention was made 'that i publicity slant and largely an ef- the anouncement that be bad decided department' complete highway : request, J.JC"WU.on..l1q- and and general court work,$300.

afldence becomes a mere tradl- the Clermont ,bonds were'lnvalld.., i ort to' destroy,the proprietor of a to dismiss the case. 1 1 No. 63 In' Santa Rosa county. uldator of said bank to charge the (Continued on page 4.), k7t



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WINTER LKOUMKH '- for cooler weather. "
the clever poultryman will see to CLUB LIVESTOCK AWARDS WILL PLANT Bean Plun. !
at this time should J*
it that he gets a better price for 1. They will probabl" Ol.tober
Gainesville, Fla. Florida 4- IOI\) '
: FARM NEWS SECTIONConducted bin eggs, so he has a wonderful advantage II club members who are carryingout Lake Butler, Fla. About 2- not sufficient In quantltv ,'r,\' '

both coming and going: it a project on beef cattle, sheep, 500 pounds of vetch and Austrian low for carlot shipment tt

is no wonder that while some folks or hogs are eligible to the $50 winter pea seed will be planted in are usually taken by h.i. "k rhpI
fall, L. T. Dyer, and f. o. b. buyers. 'IPI'\\
't, Union county this who ,
0,41, 9 raise poultry just for their own gold watch given to the state nak.
Dy filled med county agent, believes. FarmersIn press shipments.
champion and the gold
needs and more
personal ,
Opportunity| In Poultry ;More al given to each county championby the county who grow early feed The carlot movement Will,
_ MISS PEARL JORDAN, Home Demonstration Agent folks are making''a' real business!! Thos. E.!: Wilson, chaIrman Na- will have hogs ready to market in after the larger. later "0101'

1 "----- ------- There are few businesses that of their poultry and are doing tional Committee on Boys' and September, when the price is hIgh- acreages mature, around tn IIhlblet, (
havo the wonderful opportunityfor est, he added. die of October. ""*
i wonderfully well at It. Girls' Club Work, and president.
DisinfectionWill Field Best Place profit that a good well-con - .-
r"I t 91 Seed ducted poultry business has. Nearly any climate In the United Wilson and Company. Seed beds are now blllIlI.,,
Most eggs are still produced on States Is gultable.tur poultry rais Contestants must give a story of PLANTING f'VCUMBKKHH: from which to transplant nenJ lEI
Prevent Seed Select Seed Corn a very small scale and It I I" hardto ing. In sections, Washington, the project in their own words, -- eggplants and tomatoes Tin "

!ft maintain the freshness and Michigan, New Jersey, and else, and a report on the proper form, Jasper, Fla. Cucumber planting pect is for an increased acreatr Drab
Borne Diseases Gainesville, Fla. The /field I.I quality of eggs that the country Is where, already most farmers have but first should write R. W. Black- began last week in Hamilton of eggplants and fall tOll1aloPt 1
d M eJ the best place to select seed corn'i coming to demand more and more. turned to poultry raising for their lock, state boys club agent, Gainesville county, and between 300and, 400 Because seed potatoes are not Ilkc
I I GaInesville Fla. Disinfecting and September Is a good to This means that even while there entire livelihood. In Washington ,. Fla. acres have been planted, accordingto ly to be available for plantln,T I,
{ times ordI- this work has proved profitablethat Since feed prices may go higher J. J. Sechrest, county agent. October and also because .
r < 1k" P truck crop seed Just before they do this small job, according to F may be at a surplus of so they
1 'r1:S are planted will prevent many U. Hull assistant agronomist at nary farm eggs on the local mar there is one farm alone whichIs this winter now Is the time to sow more costly than seed for other"

)( p y a ; need-borne diseases from developing the Florida Experiment Station.By ket, still there is always a short being completed to house 200- I winter grazing crops and seed root CANAL POINT, FLA., DEANS crops, indications are thai then
a on tbel# seedlings, according to selecting now, Instead of the age of good eggs that meet certain 000 laying bens, just as one Immense Props for winter forage. HUE) MIDDLE OF OCTOIIKK: will be little\ land planted! to J PI'<
!fcl?< Dr. O. F. Weber, associate plant hit or miss method in the barn requirements and are suitable for commercial "egg-factory." tatoes this tall.Niggardly .
1' 4*;tar; pathologist at the Florida ExperIment later on, farmers can select next shipment In large quantities Into The budget of this farm will In- NATIONAL CANNING CONTEST Canal Point, Fla., Aug. 29.- -*-.
the! tjI' Station.: year's seed from the best and most the big popoulatlon centers where terest anyone Interested In poultryas From present Indications the first feeding
feel j. l The best disinfectant to use la a prolific stalks. It ia best to select the high prices are paid. a buslno This budget is as carlot shipments of beans from is mistaken economy; likewise good cot!
hear 1.1,000 solution of corrosive sub- From stalks that are free from disease Egg production' will vary In dif follows: Gainesville, Fla. Florida 4- this section will move around the feeding of poor (liberal
('_ dlsa limate. Simply tie the seed looso- and good sized ears that are ferent flocks, from 60 eggs per Cost and profits per 1000 hens II club girls are eligible to com middle of October. as poor practice. cows lf tart

I tab], }' ly In thin cloth bags, and soak well filled\ at the ends and covered bird per year, to 200 and even 240 (Monticello Ppultry Farm) pete for $2,295 In cash, cups, and The varieties of beans most gen
J them In the solution He suggested : with husk. or 250 eggs a year, depending up- Expensea medals in the National Canning erally planted in this section require -
1 ita 15 minutes treatment for cab- i After the seed ears are harvested on the egg-production breedingand Feed ______...______$2,360 Contest under the direction of the 45 to. 65 days to mature, Poultrymen should be sun ,hat,
bage, cauliflower, kohl-rabl, mus- they should be protected from the skill with which the birds Labor _ ____*.------- BOO Household Science Institute The depending on weather conditions. pullets are housed comfortablj In
s tard, rutabagas, and turnips; 10 weevlla when they are s'tored, or are raised and cared for This Annual cost of chIcks or National prize winner will receive Some beans have been planted, the laying house, and should con
?' ; w u.. E minutes for cantaloupes ,cucum1 else they may be badly damagedby great variation of course gives pullets to maintain flock 500 $600, and there are 418 other though most growers are waiting stantly watch for colds and roue.Y '.
,4 bers, gourds. and watermelons; spring. Place the corn In some the poultry raiser with flocks of Administrative and Incidental prizes offered. A French gray silver -

//t) + t D.. and 8 minutes for tomatoes, peppers light bin and add carbon blsulhlde hIgh egg-production breeding a _ __________ 216 finish medal will be given the -
ia k1' that aN 1j iY4 and eggplants. While the > at the rate of 1 pound per tremendous advantage over the girl submitting the best entry from

.(h |t tJte I seed are being treated they should 100 cubic feet of space, which will farmers' of the country as a whole, Total expenses __________$3,565 her county, and a bronze medal We
{ } F be stirred occasionally. Old newspapers kill all the weevils present. because it means that the better -I i will be given tp the second, best Y YES can charge your
n if make a safe convenient flock' can produce eggs so much dross annual 'income from entry. J 8 HR

: place on which to dry them. When I'KKTTY t'P TJIK P ACE I more cheaply than the flock with 1000 hens, on actual fig- Contestants may enter entries in STORAGE BATTERY InSmith's
> "t dry they are ready to plant. Such UV PLANTING J KLOWKRH a lower rate of production. Also, ures, 180 eggs a year average three different classes. Applications \ ,

<4I >*w it itw4 ,,:!) diseases as angular leaf spot, an- TO BLOOM THIS: WINTKR total 16,000 dozenat must be in by October 1, and
) e jjj, thracnose, blackrot, and bacterial and seem not to be growing we past 10 years average they are to. be sent to Grace Vlall
F > y : : blister are prevented by the treat (By Spuds Johnson) will liven them up applyIng a of 31.7 cents actual net Gray, secretary National Canning

HIK ,.( ment. Mary and I have decided to pretty little nitrate of soda or sulphateof price per dozen ________$5.165 Contest, Shenandoah, Iowa. Rules, GarageGREAT t 1 1I
+41 ::1 Corrosive sublimate is a dead little home ammonia. On frosty nights we Less total expenses ____ 3.565 labels,, a standard Jar, and a bookof
3 up our country so
aYF ; ) ly poison, and should be handled that It won't look so bare and forsaken -i will spread canvas or burlap over recipes will then be sent the
; accordingly To make a small thIs winter. We the tender plants. Net profit per 1000 hens __$1,600 applicant.'
are goingto .
of the solution - --- -- --- -
; amount one-tablet - ------
1' plant some of the annual flow I
d k: H dissolved in one pint of water is ering plants which would have to

I suggested. For larger amounts one be planted In the spring farther
I'h ; t ounce of the crystal may be dissolved north, but if planted now In Flor-
; I ckll ; ., : ,
in 7 1.2 gallons of water. ida they will\ bloom during the
M' The solution should not be put winter months.

'In metal containers, since It will We have a bulletin from the

I ,,;! react with the metal.FA College on growing annual flower-
I .
jn k Ing plants, and in it we have founda
': long list that can be planted in
i I September. We Intend choose --
; WnUF KM PROGRAM the ones that we personally like
"The Vole of Florida"Gainesville
we; j best, but since you might like others -

'I,, -- here Is the list: Ageratum Calendula
Fla. Farm radio Candytuft, Cornflower,

,i programs, given dally by the Florida Coumoa Oalllardla, Gysophlla,
: Agricultural Extension Service Nasturtium, Pansy, Pink, Poppy,
QI over State Radio Station WRUF, Srablosa. Snapdragon, Stock
for week beginning September 6 Sweet Alyssum, and Sweet Peas. a
I & will present the following talks There are possibly others, land/ .
,I along with music and other features then In October we may plant ,

a, tUe : some Larkspur, Lupine, and Verbena
Sat., Sept 6 Florida Farm Then some of the tender
novip.h News and Hints. U. 8. Farm Science varieties, such as Aster, Coleus, .
Snapshots. Marigold, Petunia, Phloxk! SalvIa,
'I Mon., Sept. 8 Sour or Acid and Zinnia, we will plant about
e .. Soils and Their Management February. Then we believe that
) in Dr. R. M. Barnette. we will have a succession of flowers -
'Ce .
Hr 1 iet Tues., Sept. 9-Plans Now Stop throughout the greater part. of

the Bean Jassld-A. N. Tlssot. the 'year. .
U : Timely Hints to Truck GardenersM. We have a light sandy soil, and .
'I R. Ensign. we are going to mix with It a-good
ft Wed., Sept. 10 Progress of amount of well rotted manure and OAKS FROM
r : the Florida Beekeeping IndustryR. decayed leaves before we plant the

r ; .v .1y ttMIt 0< Thurs., Sept. 11 Healthy well as Increase the water hold-
4' iWav Poultry or Worms a Matter of Ing capacity of the soil. To geta
t r all rz Sanitation-Dr, E. F. Thomas. quick growth we are going to I
Goats have a Place on the Florida put from 3 to 5 pounds of fertilizer
t > n 'nd tea Farm Prof. C. H. Willoughby. like we use in the garden, on
{ e Fri, Sept. 12 -> Getting Aheadof the soil about at week before we LITTLE ACORNS GROW
for* .I Citrus Troubles-E. F. DeBusk plant.

G E 6 bf..,:Aal|3 and Spuds Johnson. According to the bulletin we
,,1 ; ? f .-- should sow the larger seed In rows
but should plant the smaller ones
___lf. loan _ Get School Children in seedbeds and reset them We '
will move them to the open ground fl 1

t R T61r Ready for School when they are about 4 to 6 inches
high. We will give them about eiA'

i the same care, cultivation! and ,
Tallahassee Fla.-Physical defects watering as we do the garden vegetables
of children should be cared In case they turn yellow
for before the children return to '
school, home demonstration specialists '
at the Florida 'L I
State Col-
lege for Women say In calling attention .
_ to the fact that school days And Full LIne of

r are here again.. It is now recognized Undertakers' Supplies ,:
ty,+ evt that much of the llstlessness x'J '
laziness, and dullness In school AUTOMOBILE lIE.ARSE '

tsar children may be caused by poor Aim?* .. ...... The best "
p physical condition rather than'by .trvle* .* the lowest prices.' ,. .
r'i4q. any m'ental peculiarity or defect. Special tt.atloa to telegraph

,?1 nNis These specialists also point out orders
the necessity of having the children REGISTERED EMBALMER'

form regular habits and thus DEWITT C. JONES

Mh ? Ii keep in better physical condition. TARKR.. PLORIOA"Smoky"
Irregularity In eating Is one of the .
ern o arrtb principal bad habits easy to, acquire -
during the summer vacation,
uNad and letting the child eat when
'4a tie and what It wants and to have COMMUNITY
a BeuIn snacks between meals whenever It
In r wishes Is bound to develop bad
f food habits which may leave perm

anent effect on its physical health.
br Nlc" SI A definite mid-morning or mid-

_ ;, afternoon fruit may lunch be of given milk regularly and breador if Oaks from Little Acorns Grow! not being fair to your town or your own local merchants

the child needs food between the
h.. regular meals. Under no circumstances '
t should it 'be The FirePre..rentio1l {t"f f t
S? !.e t allowed to YOU want to see Starke Grow.
nibble sweets continuously between
1 k Fh 4F meals. Clown YOU are sending YOUR DOLLARS out 01
Regular sleeping habits should "'!II", ," ... ''
A ft. R_ p.pp.,1. __ ... Plant your little acorns in Your Own Home
also be encouraged and carried .. .!... sad IMOTB hy
out, rli..l."&1....lrr.lkf.vkM|'''.a'..MM..kM .,
) even on Sundays- prevent
d.- a..r..n..k. ..... .., .
constipation nervousness, and rn, -., a.. __.... Town. town.The

( f TJ sleeplessness. "s.4"!II .h a that
t Every member of the family "Ie... wank a..I.sad..d, hat more. money stays in town, the more

4Is' t. should have an annual physical ,,,_......We r.. Joe."sa.-. ",_d.ly_ .h.s ....... Make YOUR DOLLARS 'stay homeit! will
examination by the family physi -.. ha. 1M .u1 .l.., r.F..d., prosperous Starke will become.
i clan -... .wh _
Especially Is this true of the aI _
... --.. _.......
:t II.I._ .
\ children. In whom defects may be .. _- II I..1HAROLD- w .....,.Nb. help promote community prosperity! time
detected Every purchase in
remedied at the beginning you something your
'c when these same defects

'((1 1 1i' e t might handicaps grow later and on.become serious C. WALL When YOU patronize the Big City Mail Order own home town you are planting an acorn that will

4 Leesburg. Bids asked for new Houses---the house to 'house peddlers---you are make Starke grow in prosperity.
,a post office location. STARKE. FLORIDA

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Rmy SEPTFMnER 3. loco BRAD'FO eocmr TKMsonArn!! BTARKB.. FLORmA+ ...._ .,,_ _,_._ .. __ ._.___ .. .::r 1 +
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-- I from the farmer where small AMyP
property, had evidently killed a Injured seriously when an explosion -r I herds are kept and not from ape- + 6h

dog and placed It In his refrigerator wrecked the 38-foot cabin cialized farms ;1' i..t =;

cruiser owned by J. E. Iwanowskl .
News of Florida In Short Paragraphs -
Jacksonville contractor, at a pierIn i
the St. Johns river here tonight Delray Deac t Love building i
Bonlfay Around 2500 headof thrown --- corner of Atlantic avenue andN ,
Johnny Floyd,. negro, was on
cattle will soon be shipped to down by the blast and escaped Dr. L D. LeGear, T. S. E. Fourth avenue sold to Equity '
Holmes county on breeding and ... ......... '
with his life only by jumping overboard 01 Oatazbo able Life Assurance Society.
LeCeaI' I. a gsad..1 '
NEWS : of Dr. '
LIVE STATE feeding contracts with owners ,
[ as flames spread quickly over Oakland Park streets beinghardsurfaced
large tracts of grazing grounds. iTlsnaansiArticle and water line be- t
the vessel. He was taken to a wk. Eminent antlxwltT on ao.aDy
These cattle Interests, who operate hospital where attaches said he rab1aIJ of dairy _-. ether n..tocIk. and poultry. : ing laid-Pompano News. ,
large cattle ranches In Osceola suffered a broken leg: several known leeturer.write,tans' Pompano Work started on
county where they have about 6,- IT '
internal south side of Florida avenue from
broken ribs and possible
TOLD BY OUR EXCIIANGES 000 head. Injuries. III ter of chores. One reason so Pompano Theatre to old Kester al

many men object to working on a '
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... .a I Tallahassee--Oor. Carlton today Fort Pierce A shipment of Is Dairying A dairy farm is the long hours, and Citrus Center-Large poultry A "

Daytona Beach The Young I by County Engineer Jake Boyd. announced that he had advised 20,000 Porto Rican pineapple the deadly regularity of the duties. farm being established here by

I Memorial Hbrarr. Daytona Beach. He tried to sell snow fences for Governor Dan Moody of Tex- Blips arrived here Saturday on the Safe Business? There is no reason why arrangements Messrs. Overpeck and Janey.l

I is soon to spend nearly $16,000for Palm Beach county roads. .as that he and the state of Flor- Baltimore & Carolina line freighter cannot be made so that Plant City Florida Spruce ,

the erection of a new library ida would cooperate with the Texas Georgeanna Waems. This was That Is Natural Qurwtlon In milkers can have practically the' Box plant may operate hire thin I r f'.
j and the repairing of the Tampa--Oreatly Increased vol- In the latter's "buy same hours as field laborers. Also,
building governor a the second shipment Imported recently Thecae Days \\1I..n'all Wiwt season ,
I existing structure. ume of orders for canned Florida bale of 1930 cotton at 15 cents apound" by St. Lucie County growers l\If"Morlt"ft Arc Still Frr.h In the plan to give hlrded men regular Lake City-Frank W. Ott pur ,

---.. grapefruit and grapefruit juice campaign as a means of the first consignment number- Public Miml. time off.Many chased IIpme Market and will reopen ,' +rt

riant City-Plant City Courier for domestic and foreign consumption aiding the market and stabilizingthe Ing 30,000 slips. The Blips are be- -- men do not like to work, for business under name of

I announces that the city Is to have have resulted in speedup or- price of cotton. ing Imported for planting here asa Every few years the country ex- on a farm where milch rows are "Pick and Pay." a i

another large and modern fruit ders to contractors erecting the nucleus In re-establishing the periences a crash of one kind or kept because of the conditions un Tampa Hlllnboroii. avenue
packing house whlch, will be new local plant for the Del Monte Fort Pierce The second ap- once extensive: pineapple Industryfor another. It may be farm lands, der which they have to work. It bridge will be rebuilt at cost of

ready for operation when the citrus Canning Corporation. plication of Medfly bait spray to which this section was fa- oil. Wall Street stocks or anyone In not alone for for the sake of the' about $4,000.& r'd

season opens this fall. St. Lucie County citrus groves mous. of a dozen or more fields of finan- help that every farmer should Jasper Cheshire Hardware :' ttf",
-- St. Petersburg-George Easton this with well-lighted, well-ven Co. moved to quarters recently va- a
will be completed week cial adventure. A man has a right; have (clean ; {
West Palm Beach A super- has heard of "hot dogs," but the every citrus tree In the county two I Quincy The lucky anglers In to ask: "Is any business lafe1" I tilated atables. That goes without cated by Plggly Wiggly Co.

salesman a man who one feels other day he saw one In cold storage years old or over treated. Present Rod Shaw Jr.'s sixth annual fish- know of no business that la 100 saying on any farm where cows :,,,1"- '

could be relied upon to build up a for the first time. Easton reported Indications are for a heavy ing contest were named Friday, per rent proof against rlskn.. It are milked. But the fact remains 00-----! - .- y op. .

thriving Ice cream business among to police that some boys crop of citrus fruit the coming following close of the contest on there were such a business there that no matter how small the herd Jo itf. "

the Eskimos-has been discovered who had been playing around. his season. Weather conditions on the Thursday July 31. Numerous en- 'I would be very little profit In It. may be, the farmer who sees to Say it with Flowers :, '

=- whole have been highly favorableand tries featured the (contest and considerable It Is perfectly natural for a the comfort of hU cattle and employees .

I QUALIFIED ELECTORS, CITY OF STAIIKE most groves are said to be in ) speculation existed as to farmer to want to analyze the I will greatly reduce his labor - :
fine condition. who would win the prizes In the dairy business before he enters It, worries. Flowers For :ltt

A different classifications until the either on a large or a small scale The Investment angle Is the first '

AiiMlln. H. Alderman T.. J. Adklns, Lois. Quincy The J. I. Reynolds final date. The most valuable I have attempted to show In this consideration. naturally.! The OccasionsGERTRUDE ;'r':1'":' r.'t r.

Alvarez J. M. Alderman Alderman Mabelle Blanche Alvarez, AnnieAbernalhy, Ines Canning Company of Quincy 'recently prize was offered for the largest; aeries of articles that fundamen- farmer who begins with a few -- .... .. y- ... ..... ," \\11.1
Alvarez Ariklns, A.J. W.Z. Alvares, Lucia H, Alderman Mona had on display In the J, L. bass taken from the waters of tally dairying is sound. Milk is an cows and builds gradually can f>.p. ,

Andrew. J W. Jr. ... Alderman O. W. Anderson Sam Belts store a miscellaneous assortment Lake Talquin This was won by Important food. The consumption master that problem with a limit- GODBEY .Iif:1 '

Andrews..... A.J. L.W. Sr.Alvar. Anderson Alderman, Dora A. W. of articles put up In their W. I. Williams with an entry : of milk Is increasing at a greater ed amount of money. Some farm- r'.'

plant samples being tasted and weighing; 7 1-2 pounds.. The prize i rate than our population. That ers are complaining that the milk ANDERSON'/.,

I' sampled by those who visited the offered was a $26leel.MiamiFive means we must do 'one of two business once profitable. Is nowa Phone 39 Waldo, Fla :t i.t.!:""..\

flrown lee. H. I* ItlMhop NinaHock..lmn.n. Burns, Ed store to buy groceries. Mr. Rey- things; Increase the number of loss because feed and labor are oj>" \

llronke,Wm.Albert Barefoot, Reacy. August Burns Bronke, Bessie Bertha. nolds says that he Is very much Inmates of the dairy cattle or Increase' their production higher while the price of milk has i - l 1" "ii "

Hainan.brown W. W. Huford. R C, Balsden. Ada 1.*. encouraged with the future out county jail here have been placedIn or both. In the last ten. not advanced proportionately. :t"h''\ h
HlKK, B I* Beasley, O GertrudeBoyd L. Ralmlen Barefoot.Addle P. M. look of his canning plant and believes solitary confinement and on a years the average yearly milk I Those men are going (to have to

Hrlnson Illnhop.,H T A.A.lirownlee 1-teasley, J. Q. Ball Katie May that It Is going to prove a bread and water diet In an effortto yield per milch row In this country study their records carefully and HEADACHE r.;;;; .,

Etta '_Bullen J. J, financial success.JacksonvilleJesse. breakup the "kangaroo court"by ]has.-Increased..early 120 galjQna, do everything possible to Increase ''TIL 3'
0Corpening.J. which" prisoners have collected It Is entirely possible, at that rate production through better meth- ,
W. Bowles tribute flr Jea I'S from the new lof Increase for us to supply milk ods of feeding and care and better ""t. i'i'1:' .t:
news, A. S. R. Carroll B BCailton 64 freight conductor for the Sea- The : hundred .REUEVED I M ' !,r, '
rmtihflvld. Chas (Cnnova Florence E Fred arrival behind the bars. action for a population of two bred cows. the F .'
l-olley, J. 10'. "-,. Clark R. F. Canova. KunlceCarpenter board Air Line: Railway was kill- taken by deputies followed 'a million people without adding another In dairying as In other lines of ; [ ;"" .F'J..I'). .
D. F (Clark Luclna Myrtlco [
(rnrpnt ,
rhni. I.a la R. Christie, C. N. Carroll Margaret ed by a switching train In the severe beating given to Charles cow to our herds. tiiis'n'! H8, we have men who compete 1 fa*. 1 '.
Polley, Lydia Corpendinir. Ifulda Seaboard yards here today when Terry. Terry 'was taken to a cellby Thero Is no question about the for pleasure rather than prof- testtnal poisons!, and sick headache: ;'r. It 1'-; -
Card E. D. Canova John J. he attempted to walk across the m'stake: while waiting for his market for milk Refrigeration It. Others engage in It simply to quickly .aPl'ean. Your whole system . ,' 'J.

D tracks. Bowles formerly lived at attorney and was beaten when he makes It poss'ble'! to ship milk one keep! their farm hands busy and enjoys a tonic effect, eonrtlpa- 'I' ".

Darby, A. M. navls, Laura Davis, R. J. Macon Ga., and has several rela- refused to sweep the floor wash mile or one thousand miles. The are stalstled to break even. Still Uon vanishes,and you feel a renewedvigor. '::v. ,. "r
DavlH. I* A. liowllnR K. J.UowllnR' uvlM, Lucille tives there. Funeral services will dishes and pay 110 to the prison- many products that are made from others keep herds solely to fertilize Avid bromides harm i; :"
avlH.> K M. ;, S. SDauKherty Davis, metDowling they arc depressing and r-I "
Saturday influence
be held In South Jacksonville milk Is in Itself a stabilizing -
era the soil. Hut let us not (forget
Pavia Lee Peryman W E. R. N. All Druggists 250 and 750 red pkgs.CARTER'SL .
Darby, Ida 1,. Dowllnx Dell Davis, J. M. lie had been employed by --L- I have shown that the that the great bulk of the milk tl' "."
Demurest, R. F. Dunham A. K.Kpperson :Doyle, Mildred the Seaboard for ten years. Tampa -= Thirty-two election dairy herd Is'not only an economical produced In this country comes k J-! .

E officials In the June 24 second primary plant for production of food, -. --.- -- ------------ .------ ..'). "
Lake Worth Invention of a of them were but It dividends In helping to
one a woman pays kl
Edwards, J. W. LorenaIdwnrda Edwards, JosephineFord
.::111.8..on.| W. J. : ,,tW. aLF new type propeller which he Indicted by the Hillsborough coun- maintain the fei'\lllty of farm .

claims will revolutionize the meth- ty grand jury today on charges of landN.. _

od and principle of propellingland ballot box stuffing, or "falsely There are two or three prob- 4

rutth.Fernandez C. A., Eva (Frasee.Korsyth J.John L. C. W.Fernandez,. Isabell water and air craft was an- fradulently and willfully" certify lems In the dairy business which SctaeMoney// j "(

tutih, Verdle S. Fraxee Annie A. nounced here today by Juan Pedro i ing election, returns In the precinct the farmer should consider ser

O Rodriguez local Inventor. Rodriguez tabulation books. The ac- iously. One of these Is the labor u4P'

predicted that a water 500 cused ''official comprised election situation. A hired hand Is needed ON YOUR MAGAZINES .
Orllfln, T. J. Green, Mary. E. Green. Nelson T.Oritn. miles an hour will be possible boards In eight precincts and the most during the few months of the -
A. J.
(f.rnn R. A. Green A. H.IreenFannie
Green, VV. H. ( . '> Urllfl Aneda speed. of..more than, ,30,0..miles an clerk 'and/Afcree. of each grain; crop season. With a dairy tM's'sau
t.rimn Minnie E. Orlftln Lila hour and an air speed of more precinct are jointly accused In a i herd It is possible to keep this man

H than with the new propellor. separate Indictment. It Is charged all the year 'round. Except for {tar VkVEVER before Ind probably never gain will Y .rffEa
that In each of the eight precincts the actual milking dairy cattle are .V ?.
}Hoover f*. F Hoover EttaHamrlck Hull. Maria ,. the lobscnbtn of this paper b. given tbt t I
Hoover, J. C. S. F. Hayes Ruby Miami-County officials today the election board certified far less care In the summertime opportunity of this oobcard of bargain.. r I,
Hayni, O. I.. Hoover. Delia Hayes, C. B. sought Information regarding the returns widely at variance with than In winter, especially In the Either of thue offers carry a variety of high d...
G. Hodges, Wm. Hoover
Humphrey U..mlngway.Io')t. S. Hurd JackHal..lop. Haynes, Hope skeleton of a woman found lyingIn the number of votes actually cast north. Therefore dairying duties publication*--enough reading for the entire family "ry
Haven, K W. F. C.HOlllna"worth. a rought coffin In a dense ham- In several Instances the difference become heaviest when farm work for.a whole year. This is a very limited offer to tend i +, .,

Holtzendorf. C. S. .Llizle I mock near the Dade-Broward amounting to from 100 to 250 Is lightest. your order TODAY. 't

I county line. The body was.found votes. Right here I would caution
Inman, O. M. Inman, VondaJ by boys. Officials said that absence farmers about giving due consid- '
of buttons and other bits of Jacksonville Abraham. Joseph eration to hired hands In the mat- Prevneslr P....... I year ALL SEVEN G'
Alebeais Tim. semi-permanent clothing led to the 65-year old Jacksonville u... Circle. I ,... ,
John. M. L. Johns, S. R. John.. Thelma belief that the body had been bur- storekeeper probably owes his Ajurlian ....Ur,. "..r_" 1 year FOR ONLY {.
Johns, A. H. Johns. E. M. Johns, CarlJohn..on. KILL THEM TODAY ... ., 1 yeer } "4
Jones. t>. C. Johns, Ella F. W. N. led nude. Lists of missing persons life to his watch. The watch worn i rw.J rn.6 t ,.. 85 '
Jenkins, A. O. Jones, Ada V. Johns, Perry E. were checked today In an attemptto In his left vest pocket over his '" .. AND THIS NEWSPAPER $1 !!..-
Johns. F, B. f John., Llsala F Jacobs B. .... One Tar -
obtain information. heart deflected a bullet fired by '

K -' one of two negro holdup men who
Kite David Kendrick T. N. Knlnht p K.KnUht Leesburg-The first carload of entered his store tonight and took (

Kite. James. Knight N. L.. (Mrs.) H. V. cotton to leave this section has about $50 from the cash drawer. ..Ultra R..&..... I *..r ,iii
Klckllter. J. F Kendrick Martha Knight H. V. (Mrs ) ALL SEVEN
forward from the gin of the George Joseph 27, his was Alabama. TI._ (Weekly. 1 T***
Klckllter L. W. Klckllter' M. U I gone son .
Knight. C. A.T.agergren Knight.i :I'a laMrs.JL Apopka Warehouse Inc., of Lees- shot in the shoulder and In the STEARNS'ELECTRIC HMBUrlM.Clrsl: I year ye rHM FOR ONLY
40 bales have ArtPltrF .._...... I y.urstx > !
L burg. Up to date I back and may die hospital attaches
PASTE *. ri..W.. I r sr
been ginned by the local concern said. The elder Joseph 85 ;
H E. D. Kirk Lord J. H AND THIS NEWSPAPER $1 1 !
Long Cornelia F. Long T. T. Lord, Eva B. and It is expected that the sea said the two robbers entered the 1Uts Mire GUARANTEED, Imkrnacbin.; Waterhucs TO KILL "-andIAnd !$1 rt. Os. Test ==

son's output will reach about 300 store and without a word started ('ra!>.. Millions of paoiils bays used
M I bales. At present cotton Is being firing, scooped up the money and K durtoK. the rmsi M.rssrs..

Morgan .J., R W.Matthew. S.. Montleth.Malphurs,'Kathleen Wm. MIJdl Matthews..ton,, Florence Made. raised mainly as a "sideline" crop fled. Abraham was hit in the I onnres fold//IIk.-1ft av.rywk.r.niinres.. VI.9fl! ACTNOW USETHIS COUPON

Mltihell J. M. ( Matthews. Ida {Harr, OllvMundy. . but it Is anticipated that the acre- hand while his watch was .smashed MOLLY SACK ir IT TAILS .
Manning. J. C.allddlelon. Moates W. S. > Wm. B. age will be greatly Increased next deflecting a second bullet so
W. E. Murrhee Anna O. Mundy. Leila
Monden Wm. Mitchell. <>. A. McCoy Starling year. that it only skinned his. side. Po- : YES-MR- EDITOR. Bend Bmrcsln No..._ =
Morftan.! Vida V. Mitchell Eugenia McRae. Barney llcesald seven bulets were fired In r+
Mlddleton Nola Marcotte Oeo. A. McRae, Ethel E.. Tampa Olin Alexander 62, all. -- OWNER S F0 Name '

N lawyer was found suffocated by U Town _______ N
In the bathroom of his home .
Newsom '
R. A. : R. F. D
here last night. The tlpine of a State. .
o water beater had gone out whilehe schedule changes 12:01: a. r BriM e. .ell this ea..... *. er .f .. tsday-NOW rrr.rrl..rrr..a.r..r

O..born, 3, R.T'nre was in his bath. He was subject m. Sunday. April 20th and trains Y

....... P to severe headaches and apparently will run as follows: ,

> was unable to manipulatethe Local No.1, southbound due A FEW POPULAR MAGAZINES CLUBBED
C. F. Perryman; Lois Prather. W. C.
I .
found ,
I'eek. S. L.. Peek, Myra I Parks Ethel It. heater. His body was Stark ,',11:11: p.' m.
Peek: J. uJhllllps. Powell Chas J. r 'Powell, LucyRegister by his wife who bad been absent Local'No..t ra' .outhbound. due WITH TELEGRAPH i F
. KmlljrI'erryman!: Parks W. B. Officers they
several hours. said 11:13
Starke : a. m.
E. K. Perkins, Warren
were convinced the death 'was acci- Limited No. 107 southbound The Bradford County Telegraph will be sent for one year .

n dental. dUll Starke 10:45: a. m. with any magazine listed below for the period named for the
Quls-Uy, J. T.ltitCh Quigley !Minnie W. Limited 191, southbound due I
color price following each publication; .
II Ocala-Underwater pictures Starke 10:36: p. inj .,
are being made of Silver Locals Northbound
J. H Bitch J. If Jr. Freeman Springs by J. Uurgl Centner of : ,tmcrlcan Roy ___ __..__ __ .:..00 Mi-fall's Magazine _._____?_ a.OO ilfothPr'aHomo
No. 2. due Starke, 5:43: a. m.
HoMnosn. J. W. Hobln..nn.Vera I Hitch Evelyn
American MHgnxlim ___ JI.OO
Itoblnson. J. C. Hay Olive 13. Register( Alice New York, assisted by Miss Texas No. 12, life Starke. 3:05: p. m. I.lfe ('J t.
l.ltih. Herbert. C. Itay Carrie. A.Iteddi.h Hitch, H, 11.Sllcox Houghton of 'Lake land. Mr. Cont- Limited No. 108, due Starke. Hoy1 Life (For All Boys, )__ 2.BO years) . ---------_,_ 1.715 i t't'1..110" ;'.
Hitch. IsabelStump. Isom 11..1...-.. lIume A. Oard..n" ___ !.II"*
I ner represents the Colorfllm corporation 5:53 :\ Plcturo Magazine _.. 1.71S 1:'
C J : p. m.Starke IJP TO your ears In work- ('hlit) Mfe .___ .-__ . __ 3.150
of New York which and Wannee Branch: every nerve at high tension. ('1011,1.. Mttga...lnn (Every: ) . 2.2ehrl..tla. Modern l'rIHcUI4 __ ._..._ .t3 s'
Laura D L. makes a specialty of the super- No. 101 leaves Starke 7 No. No wonder
F. F. Scott a. m you snap at the wile Motion .
Picture 1.75
!-It.rnb..r.OUII..le Simmons J. L.8app. .. IIt.ralt I ________ 2.10 Classic --
Hlernberif. N. and the underwaterand and bark children. i
color process 102 arrives 2:40 p. m. dally except at the
Heott.!Hlnlrunk(0'. A.O. M. HlHtrunk Stump' Eva Clara 8lstrunk. J, B Joe M. surface motion pictures being Sunday. Watch out! Overworkednerves Cosmopolitan _h ___ __ :'.30 OK Poultry JouVnnl _._._ 1.60 t:

IMInrator _ . 2.OO ralliMiiiIrr ... _ 2.00
lead to !
Kapp Wm. Hllcox J. U taken now are to be presented up- T. J. Griffin, agent.nlun may Seeplesi it.
"Smith E. H. Smith Beatrice on the screen In a short featyre Bees, Nervous Headache, Nerv- Etude; (I'or Mu lc Lovers 2.D.1 I'lrloriul Review. ____ a.oo ; '

T film at an early date. Bus HcieluleSouthbound9:37 ... ou. Indigestion and a host of Farm A Mv Stock Ktx-oril 1.7.1 Popular Science Monthly 3.:113 1[',
other Unpleasant disturbances. FiiifKt &: Stream. _ __ ?_ 2.75' Poultry Tribune _. 1.75 k\1
Truby J. 1\(. Tlson Sallie Thornton. W. E. : a. m., 11:37a. : Why don t you try Dr. Mile. \
<; Mxl HouHftiffftnif __ JI.I5O : llovlew
< of Reviews
Thomas. F.. Is!. Thoman J. F. Thomas Chas.Williams Arcadia :'" County Agent J. J. m., 4:0":( Prm.. 6 ::37 p. m., 11- Effervescent Nervine Tablets T .00 g
Thomas W. I_ Thomas, Edna D. the home Friend -_ __ _ 1.00 Successful Farming (2 if '"
Heard has completed sending 40 p. m. Just one in a half glass. of :
water make Household Guest (2 years) 1.79 yrara) __ .. .._ ,1.75
IT applications of DeSoto county farmers Nortbbound-4:50: a. m., 8:63: a pleasant, sparkling -- -
drink delightfully soothing IIunter>'I>sMlrr>Tri>ppe>r H.OO Saturday Evening PoutWoman' .. 8.00 "
loans from the 4.23 8:23 -
for govern 1:53 m., m., :
.'glow LouiseVarnes. a. m., : p. p. '
John Ugrlow I"
'. of to over-taxed nerveB.VI' Illustratvil MetlutnJc (2 Farm Journalyrara (a
V r'. ment for financing crops Loans p. m. Information at Miles' Nervine I I. now yearn) _ .,_?_,_.. ..''TIS ) __ ._._ .___ . 1.73'1"oman' '' '
the approaching season. Tickets and made in two forms-.-Liquid( and Junior Home __.. 8.00 \\ Horn Companion :1.23' k j""
'Inlng L. D.Wllllama. A. V. .' are to be made from the congressional Smith's Service) Station, next tc Effervescent Tablet. Both have Digest '
) Literary ____ S.4O Woman ,:
Tt r appropriation to farmers courthouse. the same soothing effect. World _________ 1.80
w Ladles Home Journal ......_ 3.23 Your Home ___ . j
who baTe suffered crop losses . '1.00 at your drug store _____ :1.00 ,

Kit White Noble A.Ray J. ,, Nat AnnettaWilliams on account of storms floods or Lee -t Black gin installed new Note-If two magazines are wanted with a year's nub ,;i p
Wllk..r on. ,
T. x
Walnwrl Orl WillIam.. LouiseWalnwrlght other during the last two boiler and making repairs In preparation D M'I' J
ht N. D. WlBBlns. Blanche causes scription to the Telegraph, deduct $1.50 from the price given "
S. ,J"
Wall, T.
W. Williams
1. The loans asked for by for ginning season.
White. O. W.alnwrICht Wall H. C.Whit. Williams, A. B. years. for the two If three '
magazines wanted deduct
; are $3.00 from
W. ]t. ... InaWainwright. W Inkier. Austin farmers of this county aggregate Plant City Klckllter Seed Co. &
Whtt.. O. C.allnwrl"ht. Murla. N. D. Jr. Weeks, Mary $25,000, and this sum is requested Formally opened seed store at 117 NERVINEfAHLE price given. Thus, The American Boy and American lrfaga.f'
Mary O.
.. J::. William. J. R. by '74 farmers.- Esat Stuart Haloes- street.Methodist church S zine are $6.5q with the Telegraph'one year with each. TOG T f, j

i YTouD&.3eannette Jacksonville On* person was i grounds being beautUled.I can secure the three for one year each for $5.00.

Young, H. H. I 'J't t'

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;j \ SUM.! M. 1\\(. JOIIV8 KNTKftTAINS VISITORS K.TKHT.U.MIComplimenting: : ; > upon the dollar be levied assessed so? of Bradford county fclghth grade; Miss Dora HISTORIC TIUIX1.: .\\. '- --

and Is hereby Imposed upon all the full and complete copy of seventh grade; Miss Car- 1JK 1MSCOMIM, M: ,

ci&f Mr. and Mrs.! J RK. property tying' and being In the going minutes In so far sixth grade; Miss Peat I -ITDronson lH)I S01

J One of th!! most delightful affairs Branch: of Jacksonville! Reach. county of Bradford on. the 1st bites. to the subject of ", fifth grade; Mrs. Blanche:

of the early fall was a bridge I I Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Robinson entertained day of January, 1930 es, etc. Howard, fourth grade: ( Joum"> '

party given by.'Mrs. J i. M. Johns I at auction bridge Saturday For the encouragement and protection Resolved further, that Belle Knighton, third grade; The Jacksonville, ,i j",,

Monday afternoon at her home on evening at their home on West of agriculture as authorized and auditor of the Veverette Mlkell, second train Is one of the hIHln'I',,, ,II, K,*|

w. :si. H. J.: TlmT.lSI1)MOSI : Walnut street In honor of Mr KB Madison utreet.: under chapter' 7302, acts of fied of the amounts to ; Mrs. Mlzelle Knight, prim. of Florida It startncl ,,,. ,,ni"I
>.\\KTKH\OOV: Hranch of Jacksonville Beach: Artistic arrangement of early .' 11 ra"
1917, it in ,determined and hereby priated to the different : between Jackeonvllu' ,, | ,
MM. Marlon Ilendry of Tampa, fall flowers lent gayness to the declared that a tax rate of one- out of the total taxes Mann returned Sunday Key In December I'loi'!*' I "HAt
r MrB. Sum Anderson and Mrs. A.w. Mr*. W. P. nand all of Tampa an<| rooms In which four tables were half mill upon the dollar be levied all purposes. a short visit In Olenuvllle tile 1
Anderson hostesses, Monday I beginning m,' .I. jor
wero ,
Mrs. Laurie Edwards of Jackson placed for play.
assessed Isfl vl"
and Imposed
\oteby There be'ng: no further this train there *
afternoon the 'Voman'lIMlsRlonary WItH ,
to vii Ic. Several progressions of the all the the R. E. Dell and SOil, Ernest, ,olb'r,
upon -
county -
Society of the Met ho- The lovely arrangement of old game were enjoyed at the close of proper.fyjn: : the board adjourned of big sawmills, at L.M. ?'",, !
of Lake \Ier.
I of Bradfordon the! 1st day of Smyrna, formerly
next regular melting to dlth.' Otter Creek T
list church the meeting being Sum,
: fashion garden flowers formed a which prizes were awarded those here and )' I ? ?I
January, 1130, to meet the current were Monday Lu.
held at the home of Mrs. Sam An- pretty background for this pleas- making high and low scores. Mrs. ex pell ee8'. ', first Monday In October on business. kens, and there was pi.| .", bUsl.
O. W. for It.
demon. ant affair. The old fashion Idea O. L. Deasley and Judge A. Z. Ad- Maxine Morris left Friday ness This Wit/, II ItboUI,

;. I At this meeting lha Harriet was carried out in score pads and kinK miNe high while Mrs. O. W. To meet the expenses estimated -- where she will teach: In doubt one of the m.,M' ,1"'IIUlat, ,, ,
Peek Circle\ and the Noble White to ben ecemmry to he paid out of ;: BUTLER; trains of the state. II ,,
I tallies, as was other details of the Cetzen and Senator 1 J. M. Johns LIKE :ihe.' schools at that place. I?I ,"edar
Circle for of the tine and forfeiture fund.. It I* JB> Key about'5:30' : a.
met together a study m,
party. made low. The honor guests were arnvinu
t i"O Lola Denmark of St. Au- l
the lesson and nodal bait hour. Mr\ *. J. E. Corpening received presented gifts as mementos. of determined and hereby declared 'A number of the was the week-end guest the state metropolis about t tfU''
> Mm. James T. Guy conducted: the that a tax rate of 2 mills upon the local Scout o'clock and leaving about
high prize for the afternoon and the occasion. Boy 'throe l
; and Mrs. John Crews. IB
iJ achc4 lesson study which was the third Mrs.* Laurie Edwards low. Dainty An ice course was served the dollar be levied, assessed and Is tended the camp held and Mrs. Nell Knlghton the afternoon on the retmn, trIp
t chapter: of Spiritual Adventuringby gifts were presented each of the following players who were invitedto hereby Imposed upon all the prop- Springs last week. returned from visit with During that time an.l i,?' mau

th Bertha Conde. The subject discussed honorees be with Mr. and Mrs. Branch: erty lying and being In the countyof trip were; Marvin and }" a I years afterwards there Were '

4 p Iee I was "The Spacious! Life," At; the tea hour a sweet course Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Oetzen, Bradford on the 1st day of Jan- James Lee, Benny Morris .. in Georgia.. highways and to get left b>' th no,
uary, 1930, for the fine 'and forfeiture '
I and Mrs. Guy Impressively brought was served. Favors for the guests of Bushnell Judge and Mrs. Mar. Roberts, James Rogers three o'clock train meant: .1, stay
bea(; the of the IOHHOH. fund to meet the current CHOP OF COMING of 24 hours longer
out high points In Jai
: were corsages.: Ion Ilendry of Tampa, Senator and Roberts and others. The kM.miiii
; d18a1 ftab1 ,,..!.. The hOHtewHes served, dainty expenses as estimated In the bud- YIUII TO KKMjVILI: < this being the only ,
t Enjoying!: this affair with the I Mrs. E. M. Johns, Judge and Mrs.A. ported a good time. train ,,vlliuj,
t 14 light refreshments to the following honorees were:' Z. Adklna, Mr. and Mrs. O. L.Beasley get, .I... L. Martin was in In this section of the stat

,,,1 i Kuests: Mesdames ]n[, A. Dew, Mr*. A. Z. Adklns Mrs. J. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vin- To meet the expenses estimatedto Aug.' 31.That with There ,were many sal. "ln- ,,

tE! J. F. Colley, T J. Alderman, A. C. Robinson, Mrs. W. M. Wain- Ing and Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wain, be necessary tobe paid out of trip.H.. B. Kerce, Clarence of a (careful grade other attractions In Ja.. kmm, lni

_ l.. I Wood. I'earl Snyder, W. D Paries, wright, Mrs. C. A. Knight, Mrs.T. wright. Itn\ determined sad hereby declared Kenny Townsend and during the coming straw In these days and It wit \.M" ,. i lie]
T. J. nrlllln. hogan Smith J. T.I that a tax rate of one-half season growers of thU great ay
1' II MBHHle, Mrs. J. E. Corpenlng Gill formed a fishing tp get left and many w"" ,.. ,
I ", I Guy. A. L. Moore. J., D. Creen, Mrw. N. Sternberg and Miss Mabel WOOlI'l'N: CIKC-M: ;MKKTIVOThe : : mill upon tile dollar be levied assessed ange Springs last week. area will receive as telegrams gent: home ,5,

F 'i K. Perryman. L C Hay O. Wellei -- and Is hereby Imposed upon Messrs. O. F. Harrison, price for their berries dur why, folks missed their rt',1 i-xulnminj, ,

fl Haynes, A.V.. Redgrave, J. 'E'j. I. Starke Woodmen Circle will\ all) the property lying and beIng Dooley and Homer coming season as during could not get home aa prom) ,' ,'ml
F that White, O. W White, E. L. CIIU'J.B MKKTIMJH: hold Its regular meeting Tues in the county of Bradford on the week-end at Geneva season was the opinion of Often standing room |

t ;"f \ W. O. Halle, D. E. Knight Louise Circle One Baptist Missionary day evening at 8 o'clock. All the 1st day of January 1930, for .Mr., Emmette Taylor : Miller, head of the Miller premium when the train left aat> u t

: i i. Carr and Miss Amelia Hay.Mrs. ., Society,will meet next Monday afternoon members are urged to attend. the building fund to meet the cur- ed a number of his Company which last sea- sonvllle, some passenger lack.|,

L, D. Green and Mrs. A. L. 3:30: o'clock at the home : rent expenses as estimated In the ,marshmallow 'roast last the first time handled to stand up until the train having

I: Moore invited the society to be of Mrs Q. II. Bennett. lll'IKJKT: A\l> TA.V' hATE budget. night at the home of his strawberries. lie express- Baldwin, being unable U:readied obtain

% their guests at the October meet- Circle Three will meet with Mrs. MET 11V rOMMIHSIONKKH: ; According to the mlllage so determined Those enjoying the : in a talk here yesterday seat .:

,I'Vt 'r : Ing. Epperson Monday afternoon, 4:00: fixed and assessed, the I Misses Carolyn Duncan from the steos of the A resident of nroimon retail

; frH 9 o'clock (Continued from page I.)1) \ total mlllage to be entered In the !Mae Fowler, Irene The auction, representa- that an addition to the two

IJI Leesburg Morrison Memorial Business of Importance to be at- column for county (taxes in the as- erine Harrell, Natalie accorded a warm recep- coaches operated out of Cedar

Methodist church will erect new tended to, and all member reQuested expenses of election, $200. sessment roll\ for the year, A. D., ion Rivers, Rebecca Monds a crowd close to a 1000 Key, another coach being operated

43 addition. to be present. Indexing, 1200. 1930 is 52 1-2 mills\ upon the dol Chancy Lolselle Dowllng which overflowed the ca from Inverness to JuckHonville

Fine<< and Forfeiture lar. Rivers, Vivian Brannen, of the city hall and necessi without change the train
L .. Sheriff and deputies, cost bills Estimates having been made by Brannen, Messrs. N. E. holding the meeting out of Jacksonville composed of five reachIng

: In criminal cases, $3000.00. the trustees 'of the several special Paul Edenfleld. Archie As business began to drop rare '

How c Constables; cost bills in criminal tax school districts numbered 2 Short Davis Eddie Martin, 9 -- It oft
: Y/9i'44 to Play , was cut down to four "iar,, then
tatin*l casss $50.00.Clerk 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9fv .9".11, 12. 13. Brannen, Red Kerce, Marsh.'O speaker declared that there to three, and several yea r. ago

tt hVdcld L i \ \ / of the circuit court, cost 16, 16. 17 and ,,18" asking/ that a Wesley Roberts, A. L. more buyers here during : this train was turned Inuh trom

L ctm IifRF'ERIDGE bills in criminal cases, $50.00. certain mlllage be nsneHHecl agalnot Clayborn Drlggers, Al season than during last Waldo, finally' developing IIUII,, ,t
TUonv County judge: cost bills In crimInal all the of and others.
property said districts short
I )\\\U\ // ; that there will be a greater train.
iI i- cases, 100000. an follows No. 1 for 7 Archie Mac-Dowel 1
: mills
)' ; No. left of the famous cash The Journal is Informed! that in
; ; ; J rie, 1929-30 byynne County prosecuting attorney 2 for 10 mills No. for Greenville S. '
i ,?: for 10 mills; C., where the markets of the near future this train I it i in.. be
F conviction fees and salary, $800.flaliffs No. 4 for 10 mills:. No.6 for 10 attend school this year. discontinued entirely, thus
vIIi and that
Ferguson a greater buy- ending
,V, pay for attendance on mills: No. 7. for 10 mills: No. s Miss Louise Tidwell of the
I one at one time,
in his would most
1 opinion, pup'
-', Author of 'PRACTICAL AUCTION BRIDGE criminal court, $150.00.. for 10 mills> ; No.9, for 10 mills; visiting Miss Perla WhItten In the large (distri' ular trains in the state.
- :_ Witness fees $600,00. No. 10, for 10 skills; No. 11 for 10 ford. .
_ : Copyright.1929 by 1I0)lle,1r. centers by the time the -
_ Other.expenses of criminal pros mills; No. 12 for 10 mills; No. 13 Miss Charlotte Savage-

Ii." ecutions. $100.00.Sheriff's for 10 mills; No. 15, for 10 mills; urday for Frostproof In. Palm Beach Contract lei w
ARTICLE grade and pack was Dudley-Murphy Construe") ,'
No. 36 on
commissions 0.
on fines,
No. 16 for 10 mills; No. 17 for 10 will be a member of
_ by' the auction head, who for erection of steel framewlHk
F' F
They are won only by bidding., But to .of your hand, or else played it badly. Feeding prisoners, $1000.00. I The trustees of the several districts Mr. Ury O. Sapp spent '
,4 bid is careful and grade and pack Lynn Haven-Lynn Haven .
always to take risk Sanitation
that a ; it follows A large number of people appear to Pay of Juror In criminal cases above named having certl end In Ralford with :
games can be won and be proud of that being Improved and
rlala. only by taking imagine that if you go down 200 above county courts, $450.00. fled the rate of mlllnge voted to relatives redecorated.
C you take risks, often the line have will receive! as good .
you you must committed an Guard at $480.00.tgriciilt aI ,
_ will f.ulln. your contracts. for Jail, be assessed as above set forth, it Miss Lorena Olllls of I
which .
error the
you owe your partneran 1930-31 season Mlllvllle Extensive remodeling
_ ,. And here I come upon what appear apology or explanation. uriol 1.'ulI.1Home was determined that the tax rate ville left last week for "
the 1929-1930 under
tp to be season way on departmat!
_ a very wi''"Pread fallacy; namely The following hands are good illus demonstration agent so fixed be levied, and It is hereby in Gainesville\ after a '
tt that If fail to of favorable returns store of Atlanta & St. Andren
you make $600.00.
trationa of
tract your con justifiable overbidding: fixed: and assessed against the Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Malnes.
you must have carlots of Bay Lumbar Co.
I4i made mis vegetables
topic\ Scholarship University of Flor
Cano'' '
.' property of each ot,tbe above named Mr and Mrs. C. J.
Ida $175.00. the winter .were seen by Palm Beach Town puchaaci
special tax << districts as their guests this
Hearts K school?& for .
10 4
____ however--warn lakefront property at loot of
Mother's Peimlon Fuml ,
Clubs-9,8,5,3 ./ the year A. D., ,1930n! ,;) the countyof Floyd's sister Rev. Lilan '
overproduction In that Australian avenue from Earl Tca-)
Diamonds- K, 8, 3 Allowance made to widows with Bradford and, state of' Florida, ton, her daughter, Mabel '
kin and plans to fill in and make
fadlclift tn Cl i Spade -O,9, 2 children of school age, $1100.00. lying and being within the bound- Charles) and Robert of
4-trV Ilearts-Ap* 9, 6, 3 nearts-! 8,7 liulldiiiK Fund of the average house park of entire strip lake front.
t o_ _ Cluba-A ary of each of the several special Worth.
r_ _ Diamonds-, K"I I Y : Clubs- 10 Interest on outstanding war- tax school districts above mentioned Mrs. Garland Parnell the. buying centers of the Tampa -:- Del Monte Grapefruit
I O J.6.S A :
: DiamondsA for the of berries Canning
:Spades 9,7.4.2 rants addition to Jail, $180.00. pint cup Company to erect $$150-
-J Z and described on 89 et pa Is visiting her mother
I : Sp des- 10, 8,6,3 page sequel to 000
;'tj Payment of one a fact by the factory here, to be completed
outstanding of minutes
______ ,1 of county* commissioners A. Duncan. He declared that the by early fall.
Ilearts-2 warrant, addition to
.p Jail $1000. Book No. 7., Miss Amelia Harper and
;f 'i 0th. ClubsQJ_, 7, 6, 4, 2 The board then proceeded with To meet the Interest paymentsand M. Bennell are spending of berries outsold the
10 In nearly
the matter of fixing the rate of every
to provide a sinking fund fof days In Plant City and
Spades-A, K, 7, 5. 4" I In the county last
txatioti of the Bounty and school the ultimate redemption of the Mr, George Johns Keep Cool at the

__ ___ __'1 No score, Tubbergame. Z dealt and clubs even though he knew It could districts for the year A. D., 1930, bonds In the bonded special tax Labor Day celebration in He also pointed out the
t.. ullfo", _ ,; bid one club, the longer of his two not be made Such a bid is known as a and after careful consideration of school district number three Key. of a pint of berries in the
1.on. _ _ suits,1 in preference to A of 48 pints instead of 24 FLORIDATHEATRE
one spade. bid justifiable overbid
and its is the estimate of expenditures it
tha _ three hearts to shut if purpose (Starke), f it Is determined and Mildred Joan Thomas,
possible, a to save a game or rubber at as small a Pints cups refrigerate
'p and was the determination of the
spade bid ii hereby declared rate of months old daughter
7 by Y. V and passed, however Cost as possible. that, a of as fast after being
__ __ __ __ and Z bid three spades.A passed, In this instance A B can make five board that the rate of taxation five mills\ upon the dollar be levIed Mrs. E. N. Thomas, was in he
cars, and
or. __________: Y bid four clubs to show his preference hearts' so, if A b double five clubs necessary to meet such: expenses and assessed, for the year 1930on from them on last Home of VitaphoneGAINESVILLE
i, for clubs, and B bid four hearts. instead of bidding five hearts, Y Z will would be for each of the following alt the property embraced following an Illness\ of heart at their destination
4 I Z was now in a position where he fruit In better condition. FLA.
*. E was hive saved game and rubber at the mentioned purposes the amounts within the boundary f le. Funeral services _._ ,
practically certain that A B had of o -
Itr a expense only 200( points. Y Z should

,' ford Four _____ I' whether or not he should try to one heart tricks.. Such a loss always Is. viz.: number ,tbrea,,,Jylns, )nd being .In Union County High cannery contract with Program 'Week Aug. J
.uhIt ,save game and rubber by bidding five justifiable. In order to meet the estimated Bradford county', }o'Lorlda'as' described opened Monday for the Citrus Exchange for

expenses of the county general on page 91book, No.7, term. A record-breaking --- - -

______ . Clubs Hearts--9 Q, 6,4., J. 8 2, 7,6 fund, it Is determined and hereby minutes of county commissioners. ance was made and

Diamonds 6 declared that a tax of 6 mills upon To meet the Interest payments point to a very successful TODAY

_ Srwidcs- T, 9, 2 the dollar be levied and it Is here- and to provide a sinking fund for The high school teachers 666 .. "Common Clay"

hearts-. 2 Hearts-A, K, 9, 5,4 by Imposed upon all the property the ultimate redemption of the year are: Mr. M. P. Geiger WithConstance
_ _ _ _ Clubs-A, 7,5 I Y I Clubs-none lying and being In the county of bonds In the bonded special tax cipal; Mrs., M. P. GeIger s HrniUrh* or Nramlg-lii !.
____ DiamondAOJJO,9,8,2 : A B : Diamonds- 7,4, 3 Bradford on the first day of Jan.A. school district number six (Law- Ruth McGlll. Mr. A. L. .*, rherlc. a Cold th. Cleat
i -6
IP Spades
____ : Z t Spades- K Q 1,5,3 ANII LKW AYRKSA :
ehrplta ......
_ Malaria !
_ 4 D., 1930, for the general fundto tey), it Is determined and hereby sistants' The grammar '
( drama for
__________ Hearts-3 meet the current expenses of declared that a tax rate of eleven teachers are: Mrs. C. B. 6B also In Tablets not recommended
) Ij : Clubs-K.Q.J, 10,8,3 the county and the provide for the mills upon the dollar be levied and I children under, 16))
Diamonds K 5 -
expenditures as estimated in the assessed for the A. STEAM
vi' Spades-A, 10, 8, 4
budget hereinbefore set forth. on all the property embraced with- SATURDAY"Last
: %'J 7.0 No score rubber game. Z dealt and should double six clubs or try for six In order to meet the estimated in the boundary of bonded special SUITS CLEANED, PRESSED AND RESHAPEDJ.

.' r _ _ bid one club. A bid four diamonds to diamonds.As expenses of the county board and tax school district number six. lying Frank Thoman-Phone 52 of the Duanes"By '
'r shut out a possible heart or spade bid the former is a certainty and the bridge fund. It la determined and 'and being; in Bradford
Y. The latter bid county, Zane Grey
five clubs
by and B latter doubtful A should double. After -- -
t a0' bid five diamonds. . Y passes B still, can bid sue diamonds hereby declared that a tax of 6 Florida; as described on page 91, With

&, .. Z was now obliged to decide whetheror with more than a fair chance to make mills upon the dollar be levied andit Book No. 7, 'minute*. county com Geo. O'Brien

__ _. not A B could make five diamondsand I it, but his hand looks so strong that he Is hereby Imposed upon all the missioners. ,,,,,hl', >, etTo .
: if so, whether or not a six club 'probably will pass. property lying and being In the meet; the interest payments NORTH END FISH MARKET Added Comedy and Music
i bid would be a good sacrifice. The fact As lose Act.
I a result. Y Z will their con- county Bradford the. first
on day and to ,
i i-n. orl I. that his had prpvidw.; a slaking' fuvd for r "
partner given him one tract by three tricks but, as they hold
\ I3oz _ _
of A. D. 1930
January for the
V raise determined Z ultimate redemption of the
4 to risk six clubs. 80 honors, their net loss will be only
o ; not with the idea of making it, but :220 points. As A B have a small slam road and bridge fund, to meet the bonds In the .bonded"epeclal tax Located: on 9th Street will open its doors for business Monday:& Tuesday
I solely to prevent a certain game in l in diamonds, it is evident that Y Z's current expenses of the county and school district number* eighteen

,ad r* _____ diamonds by A B. A was now in the I bid of six clubs is a justifiable overbid. to provide for the expenditures as (Brooker), it Is determined and "Song 0' My Heart"

'.e te _ _ happy position of deciding whether he estimated by the bond trustees. hereby declared that a tax rate
_ _, on _ Friday at One O'clockPROMPT
Answer to Problem No. 29 To meet the Interest paymentsand of fifteen mills upon. the dollar be John McCormack

provide a sinking fund for levied and assessed for the yearA.
rt Hearts-8, 6, 3, 2 and Maureen O'Bulllvan
pL the ultimate redemption of county D., 1930 on all the property
Ito 4 Clubs-Q, 8 road bonds in AND COURTEOUS ATTENTION John Garrick and
Diamonds -J, 5 pursuance oC the embraced within the boundary of

i;; Spades-none requirements of the law, as estimated bonded special tax school district Alice Joyce

Hearts-A, 7, S Hearts- K by the board of bond trustees number eighteen. lvln and being Added Gang Comedyand

!',.. I'4' Clubs-7,2 I Y I Clubs-6, 5 It IB determined and hereby In Bradford 'county, Florida, described : -- News
I Diamonds-4,2 : A U I Diamonds-Q 6
declared that a tax of 27 mills up- on 92 book 7
page ,
Ixwt No. ,
Spades- 5 : Z, : :Spades- 10, 6,2llearts ,
MI on the dollar be levied, assessed minutes county commissioners
WANTED---Poultry and
I -Q.J.10 and Is hereby imposed upon all Resolved* thatthe tax assessor II Eggs WEDNESDAYRuth

Club-noneDiamonds the property lying and being In In and for the county of Bradfordand

K, 9 the county of Bradford on the 1st state of Florida ba and he 18 White Leghorn' Hens, lb. -----------------ig< Chatterton, Cliff

1 Spades-Q, 9, 7 dayof January, A. D.. 1930. hereby directed to levy and assess Mixed liens, 3 1-2 to 4 1-2 Ibs., lb. -----____-19C BrookIn

''I. 4 4 Diamonds are trumps and Z is in the of hearts. A can do one of two thing To meet the current expenses the foregoing taxes aafixed by this Large Hens 5 to $ Ibs, lb. ----------____20c
lead. How can Y Z win seven of the (a) win the trick with the ace of heart Incidental and necessary to the board upon the property accordingto Fryers mixed 2 "Anybody's Woman"Added
to 3'
eight tricks against any defense? or (b)allow B to win the trick with the operation of the public schools of said mlllage-, so-lCbced and .determined .. Ibs, lb. ------______22c

,# K the Solution: At trick one Z should lead king of hearts.a the county and pay the salaries of by ,this board on all the Fryers, W. Leghorn, 2 to 3 Ibs, lb. ---____,,20c Mlrkry McGuiro con"cd3'
hand seven with the spades Jack ana(not trump the five-in Y'l ( ) Suppose A wins trick six with the teachers and repair school housesas property subject taxation In the Eggs, white infertile market price, less 10 percent and Sound News

see trick number four) of diamond. ace of hearts. At trick seven he must estimated by the county boardof said county of Bradford' as to all
We furnish
lead into who holds cases and fillers] free of
F heart Y's
/ At tricks two and three Y should lead a public Instruction, it Is determIned taxes levied and intended to be entered charge. We Coming Thursday &
the six of hearts A's
the queen and eight of clubs on which five eight and Y must, therefore over, win seven these and hereby declared that a I on the assessment roll on- pick up poultry and eggs twice a week, or if more
Z should
Jl hearts. At discard trick four the, V jack should and lead ten the of two tricks. tax of 10 mills upon the dollarbe i der the head of county, taxea and convenient, deliver to S. R. Johns Grocery Co., Friday

_ .. five of diamonds and no matter what ((1 b) Suppose B wins trick six with the levied assessed and Is hereby upon the property lying and beingIn Starke. For all further information inquire Greta Garbo
B plays Z must win this trick and trick Ling of hearts. At trick seven, he must imposed ,upon all the property In districts named within the county : at S. la .
r five with the king 'and nine of diamonds. lead a spade into Z's hand, who holds the county of Bradford on the lit Bradford aa of the first day R. Johns., agents, or ,write

_ _ (Note that if Y had not played the queen cine of spadas over B s ten day of January 1930.. of January A. D. 1930. "Romance"With

the jack of diamonds at trick one,the six. Z must, thereforewin; these two To meet the expenses to be paid Resolved, that the clerk of the Rosenberg Produce
finesse by Z with the nine of diamondsat tricks. Company
trick four would out of the'widow' pension fund, circuit court and the clerk'of this Lewis Stone
not have been Flayed J in the foregoing>> manner -
possible). TAt therefore Y Z must win seven of the It determined' and hereby declared board be and be i Is hereby directed 'St. Augustine'' Florida

L .. trick six,Z should! lead the queen eight tricks against any defense. that a tax of one-half mill to furnish E. W. Hayes), tax: assea- KEGULAH ''PRICES, JC). CIC'p
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Mrs. J. F. Kickliter.. also ot Clarinda Rid Her System First Carload Of
la here for a visit.

of Toxic 'Poisons"For Bulbs Shipped By
RIDAY-SATURDAY SPECIALS Miss Sora Embry.: who has beer ..1 trick's a trick said the old > -t '"'

the guest of Miss Hazel Mlddletot Nearby Growers Ifk ,
Lucky l Strike and other for several days, returned to her more than a yeui my whole it i-J i
/ home In Quincy Tuesday system wan toxic my pppotlta and l
ItruiKl t'lftnretteN IKT rnr 1.1O Gal as she trumped her:part-
r digestion were poor I was below New Industry Proves Profitable In

wlk? Regular BOc New tile Mr. and Mrs. D. K. Knight, Pan ,I normal In weight. my !sleep didn't Uniting SCt't IOIi 4\ :' e ; ,td'

"I (lllett4ltazorllladrdt.- Knight, and his guest, Nolan Ca -

nova Jr., spent Friday in Jackson (Hastings: Herald.( ner's Ace "i.I .
Independent. bruiul Figure, ville. f t' The first solid carload of bulbs

per box ". . -_____1.D5 t av. ever to be shipped from St. Johns

Miss Cassia White has returned county rolled from Hastings last
50t! llliuN Honey &: Alnion -
weeks In North Carolina white narcissus! variety, and of the read In the paper tho other day that a man shot his wife r
'9I.OO" Golden IViM-iH-k talus moun-I finest quality, were shipped to the far trumping his ace. Many a husband has been shot for less

I Bath Powder _____ .70 1 American. Bulb Company, of Chicago than that. When my wife does that I wait until I get home d
Mrs. A. M. Richard of ; 111.The o
$1.50 <'ot)'.. birth Powder. 1.10 ville spent the week-end at Kings! car was partly loaded by then I tell her all about it, but It's different when some other rid'"'

hot Pulmolive Shampoo __ ,2t) ley lake with Mr. and Mrs. E. 8 the Halifax Bulb and Flower rnan'H wife makes a mistake. You just have to laugh It off. ''

Matthews Farms, at Daytona Beach Satur- Lot's of folks are. making mistakes every day and one ot the ,,

III 1.30 vnluo Coty'a L'Orl- day, but approximately twothirdsof most serious mistakes la in not buying merchandise of standard 4'
KIIII Fade Powder and Mrs. George Thomas and Mrs, the car was loaded here by best 47"'
grade. My motto has always' been to sell only the
gluon ("01)11 IOrlgnnIVrfurao H. E. Rodgers of Stuart are guest) Smith & Maltby, local bulb grow- y rr
.80 of Mr. J, F. KickHter at Kingslej ers. The shipment representedabout goods obtainable which la always the cheapest In the tents run c.

lake. 360,000 bulbs of the bloom For Instances you can now buy full fashioned hone for $1 In Mi

t.c DJer; Kin talcum JK>Wder ing stock. While the prices are nearly every store, but when you buy them at our store you get

______ . ______ ..15J. Mr. and Mrs Purdy Kelly and ;r not as high this year as last Mr.Maltliy such recognized brands an ONYX and MUNSINUWEAK and i s'W
children and Miss'Ella Armstrong; said! that the prices received -
284 &: J. Baby Powder __ .15 visiting: frlendt \ were that mean pure tbl'eallIlIk, at the name price that you would
ot Madison were .t' for Monday's shipment $1
here last Friday. i satisfactory. pay for unknown brands. The ",60 hoes Is now $1.95; and the .'
| III t.o() DuffKett &: RamsdellCold VV ,
Creiini ______ :.TO7.V aM'I 1 Smith A: Maltby sent samplesof $1.05 ho e'ls $1.50, Come In and get a supply; buy two or r ?Qrthree ;
Mrs. P. Jo. Canova Sr. and "aaNteaesaier I IlItS. their stock to the Chicago buyers pair at a time they will .lust. longer that way. New fall t'

Rubbing Alcohol -- .itO: daughter Bumble, and Mrs. N. D, :\ l ()K.l rOlCAUT and as a result, received a telegram '
dresses are now ins; we have some nifty patterns at $6.95.
Wainwrlght have returned from a asking for the entire lot ill
H.00 H'IUlbb'lII1..rtll! Oil ..TOWe trip to Black Mountain, N. C. refresh me and I was continually Samples ot bulbs sent from other '

Milk Magnesia ..30'TR.t nervous. Sargon! restored my appetite Florida counties were turned down ( ) CLOTHING T ,'/'
Phillip No l Mbtyou #
A. W. Anderson, Jr., spent last) I'm never bothered! with by the Chicago buyers because STERNBERG'Sllrtitvn l S itr< *> bruin* a '

91.OO\ "',unt>
lion -. ------ -- .78 Mr and Mrs G. V. Anders just grand to sleep like I do now specifications.Eustls vbo.N. tkitt. C'eras nil la +'' !'rKf/
r'' '
son. "Sargon Pills completely IN ffolnHT to benlmUesi. liMik over *
Tablf> .40 I ,. ....
73c bottles Aspirin CI IPNlliR the rail -
of that torpid liver conditionand
Work progressing on firm.sSf ,
One 25c tube iJstfrlno 91.20! Syrup Pepsin _____ .$) Miss Louise Howe'of Lawtey is my complexion remarkablyclear enlarging and remodeling First '
.\liOt T A PAIIl OK UOl'U\H'?
T o o t h still a patient at Lamb's hospital!, and healthy-looking now.- Baptist church edifice on Orange

PHSU frro. with BOc Ipnnn Tooth PaateBOc -- .30 Her many friends will! be glad to Mra. Dora Foucart. 2342 W. Heaver avenue. '

learn that she Is doing nicely. St.-Jacksonville. Canova Pharmacy Miami Beach Work started ;,
every BOc T 'k FeiMMMlrnt. Tooth Paste 'JO .
agents. on $375,000 clubhouse at Indian .

Tooth Brush OOc Detoxol Tooth Paste .30 Di and Mrs W, B. Parks and Creek Golf Course at Ninetysecond !- a.Mi .

L. Kitty Hogged of Stnrke. were Mr. and ''Mrs. 'J. Frnnk Thoman street and BUcayne bay.

These reduced prices are for cash only guests of Mr. andMrs." f 1. 'V. Mil spent Sunday and.Monday. In Orlando -
ler Sunday.-Lake "ButTer Times.Judge i : wOre
160 We Deliver They accompaniedhome NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, suwIa1r'
by Mra. Tlionian's cousin, that there will be a competttve fz ,
and Mrs. W M. Hendry, Junior Young, tiiho sprat. tho week examination for agricultural scholarship -

who have been at Klngsley lake, here. to the University of Florida -

CANOVA PHARMACY"ALWAYS havo returned to their home In ---- held In the office of the superintendent --

Tampa. Mrs. Italph Johns \Mrs: Foylan of public Instructionof P.LtLJI

RELIABLE"cription \Mason and! Betty Green went to Bradford county Florida on wt
Mr. and ,Mrs. R. L. McDowelland Starke Tuesday Mrs Johns and Monday the 8th day of September, I a<

Pharmacists Prompt, accurate Service sons' of Jacksonville were Mra. \Mason to upend the day and A. D. 1930. Any boy living In ;,

guests ot Mr. and Mrs. John. Uglow Betty to visit her grandparents for Bradford county, who is a high

I Sunday. u'week.Lnke Dntler, Times school' graduate may be an applicant -
r ,
--- --- .
Miss Carrie Uglow will attend Col. and Mrs A. '8. Crews, Mrs. Septi 1, 1930. 4.w

the University District C. E. Convention O. J. OrlI n. \Mrs O. L. Bea loy Board of County Commissioners, + +
: In Mlcanopy (Saturday and and bliss Ethel Orlllln attendedthe Bradford County Florida
Sunday. funeral of Sam Tlmmons in It, By (i. W. Alderman, Clerk. Always the

Bits of Waldo, Monday Mr. 'Tlmmons -- fineat, thefreshest -

Master Oliver I". and Tlllman was the Bon of IIIrs.'Gerlrude God- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN of ) :. }' '; ',;iti ,
returned home Saturday after -
by Anderson.Mrs. f
that bids will be received by the
two weeks visit In Jacksonvillewith foodstuffsFancy
board of commissioners on '
1c1: Nev their sister Mrs A. H. Hall. A. V. Long Mrs.''S. T. Dell Monday, October 6, 1930, from fl F .

and Misses Annie Long and Ollie parties who wish to furnish wood
Mr. Theodore Young leaves Sun- Dell stopped for a "Hit"''With relatives for the county court house and

Concerning Our People Business and day for Auburn Ala., where 'he 'at Kingsley lake1: last Thurs Jail up to twelve or. fifteen cords, PinkSalmon

and Town.25Z5ZSZ will enter the Chemical EngineerIng day. They were on'tl1elr way counted three strands to the cord;
of the County
Progress m mca department of the Alabama front Black Mountain: N. C. to wood to be 18 Inches long" one- Pound Can 15c x r

Poly technical Institute. their'home. In Gainesville.. ] half of green pine and one-half of -
___ 'I
II.L1IJl JL Jl JL Jl= ==
:: c. :: "===== """ """ """ """ ""' tar C. good lightwood, same to be Inspected -
Carnell was up from Thomila Mrs. H.
Mr. Mrs. Agatha and '
DI'. and Mrs. H. N. Lawrence by W. W. Baisden Jailor.
Ormond Sunday and was accom- Emmltt Rodgers left Friday morn-
have returned- Gainesville after Sept. 1, 1930. OCTAGON
panied home by Mrs. Carnell and ing for a week's vacation at Kings-
'k ending Sept. 3. 1930. a stay at Kingsley lake% sons who have been visiting Mr. ley Lake near Starke where they Bradford County Commissioners '

ate' Max. Min pre lp. and Mrs. F. A. Scott here. will Join Mrs. Thomas' brother, L. Bradford County Florida. Scouring Cleanser 6 cans - - 25c
It. By 0. W. Clerk.
27 89 60 Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Davis epee C. Klckllter and family.-Stuart ,

28 88 67 Sunday In St. Augustine with Mr, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Edwardsand Dally News Saturday;' .
29 99 65 and Mrs. C. C. Tatum. little daughter have returnedto

30 93 65 Jacksonville after a week at Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Green stop A ARMOUR VERIOEST k,1,

31 90 64 Mi, and Mrs. W. L. Wynn and Klngsley lakes They were accompanied ped over In Starke Friday for a GENT WORD s..'
1 89 69 .22 Mr. and Mrs.'Doyle Harward spent by Miss Leah Struth. short visit with Mr. 'and Mrs. R. Grape Juice Pt. Bottle 23c

2 87 73 .26 Sunday In Jacksonville: A. NewBom. They Were enroute to COLUMN G
3 72 Mi' and Mrs. S. T. Dell and their home at IakaVorth after

I rainfall for week .48 in. of Gainesville and Mr. and several weeks In 'New
Col. A. S. Crews was In Talla family 'spending POrt KENT---Furnished apartments NIPGrapefruit
hassee Wednesday attending to Mrs. J. M. Brownlee and family York and other points north. price reasonable. J. F, K: f Mrs. C. C. Frank were at Kingsley Lake C VW
and business. spent Sunday
professional Klckliter. 7-2B-U. t '
l-ksoM- villa Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.'J, E. Wilson Mr. and MI'A.1'J'; 'hrY"Wolf"and Juice No. 2 can 20c h \*li ",*

Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crosby have daughter, Marie and'son, Leonard, FOR RENT 6-rooms and bath ''ii

fa tops, cushions and cushpern. announced the birth of a son on North End Fish Market located of Green Cove Springs,' and Miss 2 story house, on Walnut street ;

M. Levlton. 26tl Monday; Sept. 1. on 9th' street will open Its Inez Chaceker of Jacksonville, and apply to J. W. Morgan. It FANCY FIRMPotatoes ;r s" .
doors for business Friday at 1 p. Edna Stansbury of Starke attended "

f<.A. Z. Adklna and son Junre Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Adams and m. Prompt and courteous attend the auto races at'Jacksonville i'OR SALE 16-Inch 2 roller 10 '
.. In Jacksonville Tuesday McKay Johnson spent Sunday in 1 tlon. It. and Daytona beaches on Labor cane mill;cheap. See W, E 1: To. pounds - 30c

Jacksonville. Day. rode, Starke Lawtey. .
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Stansbury I
and Mrs. M. Bumgarnei
Sunday Florahome.and Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Dyer of Lake and daughter, Edna have returned E. II. Smith left Saturday for FOR RENT My home on

Butler were business visitors here home after visiting the caves Smyrna Delaware and Newburg, Church street. Mrs. O. M. In- PILLSBURY 24 pounds $1.05

Mrs. J. T. Quigley spent Wednesday. of Kentucky and Chimney Rock In N. J., for a visit with his' mother, man. ItOil -

North Carolina. making the trip by auto. He returned -
Mrs. L. E. Tanner and children Wednesday morning, accompanied - RENT-10-acre farm on old BEST XXXX
'I Knight had as his guest of Baldwin are visiting Mr. and Consult O. H. Bennett repre- by1 his sister" : Mrs. Lat- Lawtey road, half mile iron city pounds 55c

reek-end Nolan Canova. Jr.,,' Mrs J. H. Fields. lentlng the famous International Llmus of Smyrna who will spend limits.! Mike Maruca, Starke. 9-
Feeds' for cows horses; 'Chickens. several weeks here. 5-2t.
I'ldo! Hone better and the prices are FLOUR pounds 29c
Mr. Frank Heyward spent the i ---- - -
es Pearl and Ruth Roberts. week-end at his home In Savannah,'I right. Among the new stndents'"plan- FOR SALE Good work horse
Ga., nlng to enter the University of will' exchange: for cow or light
In Law-
visiting relatives
> -Mr.\ : and Mr ..W. E. Knight and Florida in September are: Wesley truck William Mahler, ..Rt. 2, '
ere In Starke Monday.and
I Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Dell and family son, Claude returned to their Steams, 'Paul I Kn> (ht) Buster Bo-3Z' A, Starke. It* IJIAXJ"ELLIOUSE f

home In Bunnell after several days Klckmer, Junior McDonald and I '
Mrs, T, B.: Massie and of Gainesville are at the Weeks.
Mrs. D. E. '/ FOR RENT Eroom furnished Coffee Pound'can35c
daughter Joan spent the cottage on Klnesl y'lake. visit with Col. and Our Andrews. Elmef'-McMlllan. -
Knight. also Is expected honte"front Pan- house for adults on Clark st.. 5''e
[end la Jack80 vl11e
Mr. Bill Branch left Wednesdayfor ama In time for the fan session of $15 per month. ,A. E. Dunham
Mrs. R. A. Newsom had as her the University. It
Trenton where he Is a district
and Mrs. C. A. Knight re'I guests Monday her sister MIA PURE CANE
'\ Saturday from vacationo forester.
a Elizabeth Howl of Lawtey and Forming a congenial house par FOR RENT-A comfortable first '
points in Georgia. .
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee Misses Ruth and Pearl Robarts of ty spending the week-end at floor apartment at reasonable, SUGARIOPoundsSOc
Lake City. Klngsley Lake were Miss Carolyn seasonable price. Call and eee
Monday for Atlanta aftera
E. S. Matthews and MissesMiddleton Jr...\\ett
and Sora Embry visit of several weeks here. King, Miss Elizabeth Klutho. Miss It. W. E. Daugherty. 8-29-tf r
'hI Mrs. John Love Wilkes of Jack- Mary Allison\ of Augusta Ga.,. Oscar --
Jacksonville a
Saturday. Mrs. W.. II. Struth and Miss sonville and Me. and Mrs. William Boone Harold Darby and Bob FOR SALE r- 1929 model Essex PHILLIPS No. 2 canBlackeyePeas,2cansfor

Ige and A. Z. Adklnsln Fredrika Struth are In Wildwood. Callahan of Washington D. C., Stedeford. Mrs, Davenport Ker- sedan $250 on terms of $100
>Hjr moved In.from.Klngs-, with Mrs. L. M. DeSha. were guests of Judge and Mrs. A. rleon acted as chaperon and the cash, balance monthly. In good - - 25c

ke Monday. 1 Z. Adkins Sunday.Mr. guests .enJoyed swimming In the condition new battery, tires I
Mrs. T. P. Wall has returned lake and dancing during their sojourn. good. Mrs. Pearl Snyder. B-6-2t
I fr mftlslt In Hendersonville N. and Mrs. A. 1(. Hall and -Times-Union. >- '
Mrs. R. A. Newsom AGEMacaroni
baby Sharon of Jacksonville FOR SALE-MlMlonary strawberry -
"(KIting' Hampton C.
friends In MOHK Bt'HKMSuperintendent: NEEDhg>> ) planti, improved northern

'*-afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Wilson and eulS.) ,-. stock. Fresh from nursery. P. 2 packages - - 15c
returned Tuesday morning.' Grlfll was In A. Johanaon, Starke, Fla.
In They
Margaret family of
Williams leaves Jacksonvllla Thur da,. arranging 8-ZZ-U-
/for Atlanta where she will' Starke Sunday>. Mr. John Guy who has been for the purchase of two additionalbus ALL BRANDS ... .

tool: at Woodberry Hall., Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt C. Jonas spending his vatatlon! with his par bodies to be IIlM1d'on Brooker FOR SALE 10 acres of land 5

lake ents. Rev and Mrs. J. T. Guy left and New River school routes. room house 8 acres cleared.
1 Klngsley
E. at
family are
L Biggs and'Mr. and
J. W. several weeks at Monday for Warrenton. Va., wherehe The present buses are lnad.<]uatc 2 1-2 miles north of Lawtey, Cigarettes 2packages25c
Jr after spending
lay. were In Jacksonville Beach. will coach and teacb in the for handling the number of students $300 cash or terms A. J. Rowe, ,
high school. transported and -the board Lawtejr. 8-22-41.

'. W P Randall returned to Mr Jimmy Goulding who was Mr. Thomas Jarrett of Miami. providing was faced additional with the necessity transports of LOST-BundUt of clothes between
a assistant
recently: appointed M-C
Tuesday after a. short visit last week for Tall was a recent guest of Mr. and tlon facilities.. Mallery Thomas' and Fla.- Power STORE.h.
I forester, Mrs. O. W. Whlte/j, Mr. Jarrett i It Light transformer station,
i hassee. lived In Starke when"a boy and Mulberry American Business. Saturday night. Return to this "
C "Where s sN
D. Whitaker and Dr. H. has return comes back ocyonlonally to see CoIUge" plans establishment of offlc or Joe Grids and receive Satisfaction Is a Certain W
Lenlon "
of the;;elate farm Mr. Junior his old''schoolmates. brancb' school here. reward. 9--2t*
"11 Starke Tuesday. ed from a stay In Clarlnda Iowa. yd+

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? Scripture and Its Use: All scrip- I SchoOl Stlideolt

III., ture Is given by inspiration of

God, and Is profitable for doctrine
LI for reproof, for correction, for Instruction Misses Candac
till'Y ,I,,\: By void U i lamp auto my fed, mi a light sale ay pah.-Pula 119105.: In righteousness: That w varea spent the Week-eod and b:'

I the man of God may be perfect, sister, Mrs. D. R Reddkay.
?k,1un All religious teaching, doctrine or ford
UlJPliilflrlUIIU : creed if they are to hive any claim thoroughly furnished unto all
Upon the love, loyalty and devotion of the people must be in harmony with good works.-2 Tim. 3:16. 17 Ml'. U. L. Norman all4
the teachings of Jemia the Christ whose words fit Into every fold and crevice Prayer: May Thy word Lord B. Bloodswortll ,
JYv .f the human heart and of whom it wu said la John 7:46,"NEVER MAN ever be our guide and counsel. Gainesville Saturday motors

1 I SPAKE LIKE TLtS MAN." September 10, 1O3O Mr' and Mrs Felix

Ni' v I WEEKLY; : 8KKMONETTKJ : : : was not holden such a passove The Pure: Unto the pure all L. L. Conner and daughi Raot,

from the days of the judges that things are pure: but unto them were dinner guest With, bn,

>KU* Dethroned the Devil judged Israel, nor In all the day that are defiled and unbelieving Crawford Sunday.

Matthew 4:10: 11. Then salth of the kings of Israel, nor of the Is nothing pure, but even their Misses Edith and Ida "II

Jesus unto him. Get thee hence, kings of Judah." mind and conscience is defiled. ner. Mr. Clarlse Hutch !!

1 Satan: for It in written Thou shall The effort made by Josiah to destroy Titus 1:15. Mr. Pledger John ?
}u ral t worship the Lord thy Ood, and false worship Is shown In Prayer: "Thou only cans't Inform Union at North Pie88an"
I him only shalt thou serve. 11. verse 24 of Chapter 23 of the lesson the mind And purity the Sunday.'r

| Then the devil leaveth him, and i "Moreover the workers with heart.. Mr Andrew Barber lI'aly!
w ya1" rl | behold, angels came and ministered familiar spirits, and the wizards, Hoptomlx-r II, 1O3O In our section Sunday after!

; unto him. and the Images, and the idols, and The Pattern: In all things Mr. Charlie Dowling or 81,'

, I' feel'' John 12:31: 32. Now Is the all the'abominations of Judah showing thyself a pattern of good and Mr. Carl Sapp at Stark,

; beat Judgment of this world: now shall and In Jerusalem, did Josiah put works: In doctrine showing uncor- visiting our B. V p U 8t

dirlgr ? the prince of this world be cast away, that he might perform the ruptness, gravity..sincerity Sound evening.

1a out. 32. And I, If I be lifted up words of the law." speech, that cannot be condemned Mr. and Mrs Shelton RO

t : !!1 from the earth, will draw all men nut upon the death of Josiah ; that he that Is of the contrary ..- Evergreen was smiting )br!,

unto me.1'rayer. Ills son, first Jehoahaz and then part may be ashamed, having no Mrs. H L, Norman Sunda,

: 0 Lord, undertake for Kllaklm 1 or Joolilaklm.. reigned over evil thing to say of you.-Titus noon.

: Judah, and both "did that 77: 8.Prayer. .
11 112D' -
} 4 me.What I Is new every which was evil In the sight of the I : "He who would the Marlanna - Carbide and

Answer, read-John 17:mornlng'l Lord" and they led the people Bather seek Must seek Him'Lord, bon Chemical Company 011'
--- back into idolatry. In religion, as by Thee." turers of Pyrofax. piano
t tollsh -
e0w q as In other things, the great common local warehouse
1 1 that fr 1 must think and act for
SCHOOL people Bay Harbor
the SUNDAY I' STATE 1)R'llID: INTO Souther ,
themselves.! Each individual mill
8i bl 7 LESSONL K AKItO: DISTRICTS paper employing( a.,;
i stands before God alone. mately 600 men with
I A king stands no higher with roll of 10000. week!,
-_ The state of J Florida has been l ,ft Ip III t
I A l.'o U HKI'TKMIIKll: :: : 7, loao God than do you. divided Into eight aeronautical dlsrtcts -' '. I 'kl Boca Grande inter(,
} - Tel. & Tel.
: Co..
under the supervision of a purchased
'I < U.Il.11I111.1,: ItKAIH.NfJHHopUmlMr ; exchange.
M1 Subject: Josiah; a Royal Re- district governor supplemented byan ;[
former. aeronautical chairman in each Key West sites beln,

Golden Text: "Thy word Is a 5, IU3O county was an announcementmade h yrn41 rTLL1oy sldered for new post offlctl
rit The Lord's Vessels: But in a Ing in this
n unto feet, and a light un- city
y } lamp my on Aug. 13 by Fred V, Blair,
great house there are not only
to my path.' Paalm 119:105. ot Petersburg, chairman of a p
vessels of gold and of silver, but nr. xrit'
22 23- ,
Lesson Text: 2 Kings ; : special committee appointed at +
1-2, 21-25: 2 Chron. 34:35.: also of wood and of earth; and the spring aviation conference' 4:4;;: : ra erf ;,:::,<
it itt to honour and to dis __
Topic: The World's Debt to Re- some some Tampa to perfect a state-wide organization ___ ,_. e,
honour, It a man therefore pure- rJ t
j formers. plan. Under this planIt rim
ua eth himself from these, he shall bea IIhJ
when he
t Josiah was made king was stated a series of district
r yuicldt vessel unto honour, sanctified,
was eight years old. Ilia father conferences wlli be held at an /roavr4tzr rit'dl1'.,; J '
and meet for the master's use, and I".u'
y' ravps Amon was a bad king who reigned early date for the purpose of dla- "' --
t two years and was killed by the prepared unto every good work.- cussing local problems of each district IIII d"roCJ.&o '
2 -Tim. 2:20: 21. 1 ;, servants of his household. Manas- God I bearing on aviation and their i I I /t:>if t d' 0(1' I' y
: Lord we are ambitious -
sell, Joslah's grandfather, reigned Prayer relative Importance to the state ... ........ .
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to be vessels worthy of 111I1111111111
fifty-five years, and was the program. R.UCLY: First hall with
AMKHIOAN VIGOR floor: Entrance
br + worst of the kings, until he was Thee and kept clean for Thy ser The eight state aeronautical disrlcts I
r. vice. I -THK: TOI' FJtJ.U: coat closet, living room, dining Zellwood Osborn Mercantile
taken prisoner to Assyria where as laid out by the bureau i room, study kitchen and a one car Company sold its stock of goods
bit repented and tried to undo his September 0, I D.'iOA : committee are as follows: By Duncanhunter, Architect, i
motor room. and fixtures to W. S. Jones.
:;t _ : evil works. Josluh's mother was Message to Youth: Flee also District No. 11: Monroe, Dude, New York. Palmetto C. B. Porter pur-
but follow Second floor: Three bed rooms, k
lusts righteousness
youthful -
Jedlah. of the tribe of Judah, : Droward, Palm Beach, and !-far- 'Much of our later so-called Colonial chased fish and
_ d faith a bath, wardrobes and closets. poultryjnarket on oa
fi charity, peace
probably a': good woman, and he tn.: houses are not colonial or Lemon avenue, conducted by C. L.
grew up under the influence of with them that call on the Lord District No- 2: Collier, Ilendry, early American or anything of Third floor: A large attic reached Smoak.

us ; Zcphanlah. the prophet, and the out of a pure heart.-2 Tim. 2-: Glades, Lee and Charlotte. the kind-they, ark boxes with by ceiling stairway New Port Richey Dixon Dry :c nSmatth

/ d I binal high priest, Hllklah, and associated 22. District No. 3: St. Lulce, Okee- more or less, often less colonial I Ceiling Heights: Basement: Cleaning Plant Installed delivery
'', with Jemlah. In EC. 10:16: we Prayer: May our youthful days, chobee, Indian River. Osceloa, details stuck on here and there. seven feet, first floor, eight feet, truck In service here.

i w k ,, have this statement, "Woe to thee, O Master, be days of high think- Seminole, Brevard and Orange. The character of the early housesIs second floor, eight feet Daytona Beach Bids will be MbOrdinary

Ifs de O land when thy king Is a child," ing and clean living.' District No 4 : Highlands De- entirely lacking, even in instances Exposure: The plans as shown opened August 28th for site of y

Ia but Josiah was an exception to September| 1.10:10; ( Soto, Sarasota, Manatee, Hardee, where the detail is good- are for a lot facing south or west. new post office building.
Caaovt that. rule. Our lesson says, "Jos The Character of a Servant Polk. Hlllaborough., Plnellas, Pas- that is, we might say accurately For a lot facing north or east the Arcadia Construction start- pains- '

? lah was eight years old when he I The servant of the Lord must not co and Hernando.District taken from old examples-a sorry plans should be reversed.Lot ed on new citrus packing house ache and neuralgia, mm<
strive be
+ fir began to reign and be reigned 30 ; but gentle unto all men, No.5: Volusia, Flag- lack of the vigor and spirit of the .size: House frontage, 52 ft here, to cost over 20000. lar pains, functional paid

P)r i and one years. And he did that apt to teach, patient; In meek lei', Putnam. St Johns, Clay Du- house Is cons (clous-the latter 6 inches; side clearance, left threeft. I Palmetto Otis Elevator com- the headache and congest"

r 4 1n C which was right in the sight of ness instructing those that oppose val Nassau Baker, Union and type of adaptlons of the early right four ftt' 6 Inches; lot pany Installing new elevator in
feeling of cold In t
themselves It
God a
;'i p aUcl the Lord.. ; peradventurewill Bradford., houses run, on the average, to pale frontage, minimum 60 feet. courthouse. :
.ate t(, 1 od Ot the first eight years of his give them repentance to the District No.6; Lake, Sumter, washed out and unhealthy complexions Construction: Exterior walls, head-how quickly thJ

) reign little Is known, but in the acknowledging of the truth. 2 Citrus, Marlon, Levy, Alachua, front brick, other frame; roof, disappear when you take

I qrdt eighth year, when he was sixteen, Tim. 2:24: 26. Gllchrlst and Dixie. In the early houses the roofs, shingles; foundation, concrete; HEADACHERELIEVED tablet or two of

Josiah sent Shaphan the scribe, Prayer: Lord, teach me Thy ])110- District No. 7: Columbia, Ham- the masses and the materials were windows, double hung with shutters DR"ULES'nA. ;

apw probably his secretary to the temple tience. ilton, Suwannee, Lafayette, Madison handled in a vigorous wayeventhe ; doors, wood to special details I
nano to have It repaired. fot'Ift'mb.'r! 8, loao Taylor, Jefferson, Leon, Wa details showed strong character This QUICKLY ":...
n Wise unto Salvation CARTERS PUT.IJ v.ituu I. riD
;neon "Hllklah the high priest said : Continue kulla, Gadsden, Liberty, Franklin. Interiors: Floors, wood; walls,
unto Shaphan the scribe I have thou In the things which thou hast TJie Topsfleld Is a modern adap- plaster; ceilings, plaster; kitchen, I':It. digestive quickly corrects disturb-the

S xl ory(3 found the book of law In the house learned and hast been assured of, lion of the early American type- composition tile; bath room, tile; ancesremoveathe'fnteattnal Dr. Miles' Aspir-Mint knew

1 -lear of the Lord. And Hllklah gave the knowing of whom thou hast learned When fire Is shut out of Flor- the steep pitched roof, the over- steam heat, gas and electric wlr- poisons, and sick headache stable, mint-6avoredb
; ( ;1 book to Shaphan and he read it." them; and that from '11 child ida woodlands we will have a much hangs, the masses and the details i ing. quickly: disappears. Your whole system that is making people all4

r TndI This "book of the law" was the thou hast known the holy scriptures greater income from forest pro- follow the old spirit. The plan I Cublture: 24.000 cu. ft. enjoy a tonic effect constipation the country "Smile at the Ac|

I ore first five books of the Old Testa- which are able to make thee ducts. arrangement Is livable and practical i Complete working plans and vanishes,and you feel renewed 15c and 25c at your drnj
: i, wise unto salvation vigor. Avoid bromides and
It through faith to meet modern conditions. dope,
ment, especially the book of Deuteronomy specifications of this house are
f ah which Is In Christ Jesus.-2 Tim.. Out of lost fires they are depressing and harmfuLAll YOU'LL GET RELIEF
.nee 1 The recognition!: of the The Topsfleld lists as follows: available for a nominal sum. Ad 2Sc and
Druggists 75c red
3:14, 15.PrayerThe. In the United States each year $15Is Basement I pkgecRTsWfJLIs OR YOUR MONEY BAl
book when found shows that a : Recreatjon room, dress the building editor and refer
"yyyYYY nu rd.' d former use of the book was re- good we learned Iniluily money from the farm. laundry, heater space etc. to house 11-133.. }

:i era 1h membered. Some Idolatrous king,
#., rw uh { probably Ahaz, had burned all the

: copies of the Bible he could find. I 'THE MAIN THING ON MAIN STREET" By L. F. Van Zelm I

There are Individuals and communities -
4 ,
I 1"II4t today to whom the Bible

-' so ? In a lost book. Hllklah and Shap Uuzz IP 'n-tAT'c T".a I WELL PlAMT THE -- HG', L HAFT''
,tKII han. the priest and scribe, when at FOURf WAY HE COUNTS s y BADISMHJ1 QIGHTWING HIIRDEQ

the temple doing the Lord's work, found the book. Shaphan read MAIN 4T1BET Toe-MOTTEIH
some in the book and then tookIt GARDEN PAPEI'2ECONOMY TIME') H& ..N HIS bAt'Ik /HOULD CIO IN HAJ'rA Be. !'tANT
to king Josiah, who read it and MISSED THAT I ED DFEPE2
..a'b saw how the people were transgressing & GOLF BALL -
God's laws "And the r
king went up into the house of the
Lord and all the men' of Judah

and all the Inhabitants of Jerusalem r ''V 1 -r CEr ED ).
.... y4 Y'I Il
with him, and the priests, BANKER COVNB I 13 SO I I l II 7
I i i 1
4h and the prophets, and all the peo- TINGV HE VUOULDM'TMICE / r 1Il :i I t

ple, both small and great; and he '' A GARDENER, <5OHE
y' read In their ears all the words Dial' Ml- OWN o
of the book of the covenant which -.-.-
: N was found In I tho house of the
Lord. This was one of the eal'lyalht
k j large Bible classes. Its results BACK YARD AFTEB i It1eiT .

were good, verses 4-15 Chap OFFICE HOUCS. I
; ter 23 of 2 K'ngs tell how Joalah I

cleansed the temple and Jerusalem I I S D .
uv'i t.Bn T It IAN e
'P and Judith and parts of Israel i-0; .A." f.I"a

t 1 4 of Idols images and altars to
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2 w U 'I heathen gods, for the king and' -=-: - .- ----

t, .W t ant priests to and keep people the commandmentsand made a coven I DOROTHY DARNIT By .Charz;,; McM 1 1A.H'

; statutes of the Lord, "And all .

t ., ,'; aI aIw tire people stood to the covenant." VOO AREA J I AM THE DUKE OF. W QUIZ GIRLS HAVE

t good ruler or public official can | AMERICAN' ) 913J-J:: CANT WHY :" AMERICAN) GIRLS HAVE OURCREeN
11a have over a community and the BELIEvE i3AcKsI
t4 4'' rd .r I _T FALL tN L.OVE CHALK WHITE
is of
tla as I name true a bad oftlclat. YouR FACES
Strong moral character and honesty WYN

1 4 4hI should govern our choice of AMERICANGIRLS I

officials, rather than some political WHAT OH: OUT
f 6 affiliation. THEYDON'T
I 41I t Then Josiah undertook to reestablish 0 8 I 0 o'' L FALL frcJw

the worship of the Lord, LOOKING
"And the king commanded all the' GIRLS ANY WITH

people, saying, Keep the passover WHEREELSE OUR
r unto the Lord your God, a* it is llsJ FACES
written In the book of this coven- THE W0RW

r k yr yrf ant.:' "All the people" Including

J the weak uneducated, "common"
f people; and this should be the

rule of every religious organization. I

Chapter 35 of 2 Chron. describes -

1I this passover. You should
va read that Chapter "Surely there
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NOTICH TneA .. d.i-*, Kimrdlim of W. L. Braddock In my olllce and made applicationfor LATttRH OB TUB STATE or ,
v.- .hv l Klv 'n t': Mt the following deHcrlbn.1 l.ind'"i will n* ....).Idu.ti"n'nntheFIH8TMnNDAY >>.......Ip..... "e... T H.\ (I"".. t....... minor heir and II. V Knight guardIan tut deed with to law.issue Said thereon certificateembraces In aoWordanon That the following: amendment t. ,,
and tile
IB IN OCTOBBH 1930 It being Ad Lltem of said minor Section of Article 9 of the Constitution -
., ... d .it Fltll'k..1nlh'ad- Lots aid. \V. IHraildock.. minor heir of : the following dl'"rlh.d I
W : .aid lIIonllbdor. vir 2 S 4 Block S3 Temple the State of Florida relating -
,f situated In Bradford county. -
H. Htat* of Florida, or so much thereof a. will i bo necessary. addition _----- 28 6 22 T. R, I* PiiusThertV.. .._ 6 11 A. H. Jradlook. .1...... dwfeiulantK property to be, and 'the same I* '
P'.mount': dun for tax** set opposite the name loicnlhvr. with Lot 5 Block, 33 Temples.. ad. . ... the und..ltn..d. a. special inaxtur Lot Florida l to-wit : Sub Division hereby. "ond.agreod to and be submlttod t't,
I'1'' uich sale) .and udv-jrll.lng. C. A. FUTCI1. Tax Collector. dltlon ___._____-____ 28 6 22 II.' Q. Mason -..___.___ 2.5 will ot.r In front of the, 6, Block Rollln.S, lnehurt Ustat* Section- to the elector of.hal State at '
of .
court '. door In Starke. Florida.on 4
All Hlock I lot 14
2! .
except the (Jon ral Klectlon ot Representative
2. Kast. ,
Tnxe, Peek's addition - no__ 28 6 22 C. L. & J. L. Peek .___ 13.3 the lh lav of October, A. 1>. *1. Town.hlp 6 South Rantc to be held In for approval i'
"<.... T Itft A OwnerJttf A fusts All Rlock 30 (13 lota) 11(30( to highest and bent bidder The assessment. of said: property or rejection. "190. Section. '

jru.rIltIOfl Peek's addition* ? ____ 28 6 22 C. I.. & J. l..jl'e..k. ____ 18.6 for each the t"lowlnl desrihe.1property. under M.ld certificate was In the i shall be amended ao.a"l as to read S S S
In Urau- .
H of NW All Block 31 (4 lute Peel lying name of Unknown. follows S
: '
:''If 10 I""J of NWV' of addition _________-.._-*-( 6. 22 C. L. & J. L Pjek ___ 1.114 ford County. Florida to-wlt: t'nbess said ..rllfl..I. shall be Section 6. The Legislature ..hallhnve ..
r "r Lot Two ( 9) and the North one- . to law tax deed
F) 110 All Rlock 33 (13 late) redeemed '
run cI4 It 60 Ct N 106 ; .. Peek's MuMUIon _ ____? 28 6 22 C. L. & j. I* .);'!p.t.k---, 10.8 half of Lot Three (it) of Hlock Three. will I.llu...h..r.oll.r.lnl on the 16th day power bonds only to I provide for I the for purpose tMsulnsTState of ,

''b"1I't .----- U 8 U ( HobbM ___d____, TA I"IIIII' All Block, 83 ((14 lot.) if''' .' .. to(3)the ot Town I'RVI.of and Tr.hy'a Addition. K.-c- of Sept.. thU A. .I>. 100.Bateti of repelling Invasion or suppressing In ', ,l .

a' a point :330r / ) JI'r Peeks.. addition _ _.-_ 28 < 23 C.. L. & ,,J",, k ",__; 18.8 ord. of tlarke.l'nulty.Iubl. ') "... 1:>.. 1930. 1tl day AUIIHI 1 ""rr.eton. and the Counties !>!.- .
of .. of the State
'r ot NW% t.ots334547,89101313: ': hall tenement andhereditament.
II"" : together O. W. ALDERMAN,
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n'l 8 .idP of Chur..h 'r.- tu; Block; 34 Peck's ad- tI .. Clerk of Circuit Court. uf Florida shall have power to Is id'sue
": \oJ 104 Ct South '\\i .; ; '. : dltlon _ ___________. C.L.'J.: ; 1. "'" __on 22.4 E. U. (Seal> Bradford County Florida. bonui only after the same shall .
run W 104 Ct to .. Lots 1 a 7 10 Block 85Peek's "H JOlNS.Master. ALDKRMAN. have been approved. by .mlJorlJ of '
fI Ih..n"e N slongII ,addition _______ 28 6 22 C. L, & J.'L. lV,\fc .--- 9.18 J. L. (Iecal fly LNelb Clerk. the vote cast In an In s4' j
h .1 Ct to bell'____ 2' 8 22 .-,.. Mary ,M. Lee ______ 4.93 Lois 8458 Block 35 }',.eks J'i FrAZFN. 8.U-I-0.n. _Deputy which a majority of the freeholder '

I 62..In NW corner Hit.lit'.on: _ __________ 28 6N22 F. L. Tlirnrfe---! < __ T.99 : 9-5-6t-10 who are qualified electors. rv.ldlng '
crp IIwlI of 28 8 22 Qeo. IL'Weller _______ 6.11 Lot 9 Block 35 Peek's addition ,*w< 1% hOTIC'H OF APi.l.irTIO\ FOIL In such Counties, District or Municipalities '

M, 1 I1lock 4 NWlI.r-- _ ._____________ 23 6 22 )\Iaml.JJof. Outran .___ 2.5 TAX l>Kt-l> shall participate to beheld
------- 28 8 22D.. C. Jones _.__._ 14.14 Lots 7 8 11 &: WVj lot 10 .NOI'ICIOf Kl.iCTIO\ In the manner to be prellcrlb.; '

Town W 40 tt Int. 8 8 / Block 36 rooks. addition. 28 6 22 C. L.. & J. L. I'e..k ___ ..18 Notice I. hereby. given. thnt U V. by law; but the .. ,.

4 /I Original Town 28 8 22 A. K. Carantcas ..._..___12+..83nrlnll' Fracl. Lots or Blocks A & ; . To the Sheriff of Bradford County Knight holder of tax certificate No. Act shall not apply to the rdundlnl tl

iii 3'4a' ft W of R Peek addition ____ 28 6 22 C. L. & J.. L Peek. __. 1." i, of the State of Florida: sixth lay of August, A. D. 1928, of bonds Issued. ..xc h..1. ,
ot lot 1 Block Lots 4 8 9 11 Block H Ris Be It known. that 1. K. A. ORAY < filed said certificate: In my ofllce purpose of refunding of the bond or '

,rner N 106 w 881,1,1, ing's addition ______ 28 6 22 Hoover Bros.. ---_____ T.99 Secretary. of Slate of the made application for tax deed the Interest. thereon of such Conn v.,.
I run tt to Call .t Ij! Lots 6 10 Block It Rising's .' l"lorlda do hereby. give notice that to issue thereon In accordance with ties, Districts or Municipalities. ,,

105 helflnnlnl( OrIC, d UnBio"-k --- 28 6 22 D. C. Junes _.-..._. UI law. Said certificate embrace. the '
ft to -....------ 28 8 :Mr. Maddox _._ B0.15 Lots 7 ; B Rising's 'V' 011""11.U. Kl.KCTIO'V following described property situated 9.: '

1'own S addition _ _____u_____ 2S 6 22 John A. Curtla(L__..... 4.32 will h.ld Bradford County In Bradford county, Florida, to- A JOINT RESOLUTION ProposingAn
at NW corner Amendment to Article IX of 'b
nclnre LotslQl1l2lIl4Bloek6 State of Florida on Tuesday next wit! '
/& Walnut utreets 149 ft& Rising's addition . ___ 28 6 22 John A. Curtis. _?_._ 9.78 .ucceedlnsT. the first Monday In No. Mast half ot Soulhw..t. quarter of the Constitution of the State of
W 011 Call st of bell'If All Blocks D H F Risings v..mb.r. A. D. 1930 the raId Tuesday Northwest. quarter. & Went half of "Florida Relative. to Taxation. and S
point Finance, tr Re Known ". P
10 a N 105 ft W addition irrjK'28 6 22 John A., Curtis'" ___... 81.10 hrlnir' the N0KMllttH> Southeast. quarter of Northwestquarter of Article IX. 8..loa $ i
thence b 18 tt to bec. 28 8 22 D. E. KnightSam _________ 20.09 All Blocks 0 KOI It I II IJ\V OF section 10 Township Six 1 RKHOLVKO ItT TUB (
S 105 addition _____ For vt the South U 23 Host, forty acres. 11 IJO.9
Rising's '
28 6 22 Ceo. II. Weller ______ 15.0 unite Till- '
,ttllft8&W. byI S Commencing. on M side of ('.nl..IOIAI of the Mtut.I The assessment. of said property 1.\.t1tJ 0' 8TA''l Oi
& 14 boUnded Jflluck the N.v..nty.S..ondC.nlr. said certificate Issued was : Y7' '
under the
S Walnut st at NW Corner .f 'lorldl
: 11 N by Jeffer-. ." .,f the United' Htate.. I of Marks and Illlrenth. Tbnt, the folowlnl amendment of
In the
Call st -?. 28 6 22 Rosenberg ______ 28.13t of lIa\.1I..1| parsonage' lot > > of stale of the State 18m. be Article IX .r Ih. .. of )'5'
by Unle certificate shall redeemed
t s &: run K 210 ft N 70 ft W 1".Iary ,10
ft W of.orner the State of tn h* known a.Section *
46' of tux deed J"lorld.
coot .t J :210 ft Walnut to law
to Streetthence
t It '. . acc.rdlnl '
; of IX be and ,
of Block" 18 For Two Justices of the Supreme the 15th ,
_. on day 1 .tcl.
s said .
I: on st to ber.
Florida wil the I I. to and 4'
87 ft of
Ht State
of the
Cull best. _______.________ 28 < 22 -. D. 13. Knibt4.-- 69.1 Court Railroad UuinmlsolonelH 8" A. 1>. HIt shall be h.r..hy to the of "
r viii I For two 9th day of August, A. .ubnIU.1 .Ieclor
:; 28 8 22 M.\ Alvares ________ 62.34 Lots 1 t .1 Block 23 Temple "-.11 t of the State. of Florida. D.r."t.1 the Slat of Florida at general.

rt and lot III Block addition ________ 28 6 22 .1. W. Edwnr s ,.-.___ 8.11 For One Member of the House of 130.O.. 'V. ALDKRMAN. election to be held on the first Tuesday '
known ust R" Stark.. One lot of land bounded, 13 ' "' .' Representative of the) State of Florid Clerk of Circuit Court Hrad- after the first Monday In November -

hounded N by Call by Templei avenue I S:! by Ii u. ford County, 1930 for ratification or .e ., S S
-C hy I' b. peek S by -_. P'klt st. W by Sanderson ..,_ For County Surveyor.For . 8-15-6t-9-12. J'lurhl. jection. 14;
l by lot .1. E.h Lane N by land of N. T. Five County Commissioners.For Section 12. For a period of fifteen '.r

&: .- ------ 28 6 22 D. E. Knight ..______ 55.50 Rltch except one lot 100 '" Three Member uf the County years from the beginning of operation '
22 OrigInal ft eiuure In SI3 corner.. 28 6 22 E. W. Hayes ____4.___ 6.111 Hoard of Public Instruction.For 1V4>TICI3 01 "rrf..f'IO' FOIL all Imliistrlal plant wlll'1 ,4 t

8 Block_ .___________ 28 8 22 D. C. Jones __________ 36.45 One lot nf land hounded N f JUMtloa of the In and ul..a shall be established In this L
n 22 Original by Block 31 OriginnlTownE&Sbylly&W l '. for the following .., or after July let, 1929, engaged primarily

I Block ._________ 28 8 22 Oeo. Marcotte ______. 61.44 via: Notice Is hereby.. given, that R. R. during said period In lb*> '
n by Thompson .t ____-_. 28One 8 22 -. R. Sparkman __... 38.8 No. 1. 5. 7. Andrew., holder of Tax Certlflcatf. manufacture of steel veuell. automobile

ft Lots 2 4 flock 19 Bank 268.50 lot 106 ft square In RW : For Constable In and for the following No. IS, sixth day of A. 1>. tire, fabric textile. ,
______28 8 22 Bradford County AII".t.
,nal' Town 2 4 Corner of SWV4' <>r SW1428 6 22 13. ,V. Drlggers, EHI. .. :2.54 JustIce Dlxtrivts via: 1938, has. filed said !In mynittue wood pulp 1 paper, paper. bags, fiberhoard
rt ot W'%{ loti Residence. Hlock (Oaskln.) ''i No 1. 2. 6. 7. nnd made application for tax automobiles; automobile s' ,J
'k OrigInal Town_ 28 8 23 D. C. Jones __________ 64.30 I
19 ) hounded N by Madison sLId In Testimony Wh..or. deed. to issue thereon In .cordance partS, aircraft aircraft part, Glassatiti
Ex N 10 tt of WIo/J ,' have hereunto net Oockery Manufacturer and th s
( by Adams St. S by Lafayette 1Yhand with law. Said erlltll'al. .

.,ILb, tt lot 8 block. _20__ .28 8 22 Mr. Bonlta E. Jones, ._ 36.75 Ht & W by stOne ____ 28 6 22 Ed Burns .' ...____..117.3 I and alllxod the trout the following ,1"HI'rlb.,1 property. nit re fining of sugar. and oils, and In-
cal Town -- Seal seal of the mate of Flor. eluding by-product derivative .,
'. lot 53Vj ft by IOC. ft In ( ) uated In Bradford county Florida, or
3 & Fra..1 LOtS A & Nil corner of lot 7 lying Ida. at TallahasHee. the to-wlti Incident to the manufacture of any ,
W fiO.ft Block 24ins1 220 ft S of Madison st & Capital this the twenty- Northeast quarter. of Southwest of the above. products, shall be exempt 3' ,
s Town 28 8. 22 J. F. Klckllter Jr.__,_ 6.41 bounded N by Edwards ,. third day of Augu.t A. 1>. quarter except 1 Mere In Northwest from all I.xallol. except thai ,

Block 27 Original K by Sanders st. .__.___ 28 6 22 It. a. Mason :_________ 3." 193 n __ _..________ 28 8 22 A. K. Carantxas _____ 36.45 One-third' Interest !lots 1 4 M i R. A. GRAY.C ship 6 South Range, 20 Kast-39 fncllv by virtue of this amendmentshall )
I. I 3 II Block 28Inal Block 2 J. D. Jones ad- Secretary of state acres.. extend beyond the year 114$. '

Town _______ 28 8 23. Q. C. Sweat & Sisters. 7.79 dltlon u_________.. 28 6 23 Turner,.. Molt. *& Uarrl 1.48 ToV. J.J1er"on. ahejJlfLtrHU- The assessment of said property The exemption herein. authorl.oelahull
44 & W' J Iota 1 3 __ Beg st NW Corner of Bay/ :M. U.-Ut.IO-1) under; the saul certificate Issued. was not apply to real estate own.

i'k 28 CX. 1 lot 10 tt & Madison. Bit. & run N In the. nama. of Wallace Nvdd. sit and usvil by such Industrial 1'
ft In NW corner Unless. certificate shall be r*. plant except the real estate occupied -
10 28 22 T. W. Sweat Est.. _____ 45.98 105 ft. W 330 ft to Ilrond- roll TAXISOTIIK bEll) .,1
In..1. Town ______ 8 deemed to law tax deed a. the location required to I
way Ht. R on said Ht 105 ac."rdlnl : ; :
Blo..k 82 J. 51.a ; 01 "I''LU.\T.O lions such Industrial plant and the '
I 4 : \ wilt on this 8th day of
addition _ ______ 28 8 22 A. B. Braddock ______ 15.03 ft to Madison Ht thenceK "" 'ri\. 1"0 A. 1>.th.r..on 1030.latud and property situated. ,
on said st 302 ft to ;/ Sept. hllhln"
32 .1. 11.11M Notice I I. hereby. given that (He.J this 6th day' of AUK. A. D. I together. with such lands a. '
5 8 Rlock beg _ ______________ 28 6 22 M. . Josephine l-.dwardx 47.77
addition ___ ______ 28 8 22 R. M. Sparkmon _____ 4.32 \. Oardlner. holder of Tax Certificate 10JO.I may be ""'111.,1 for warehounea S ,
S4 J. 1\(. Johns, Block 3 Pow II""-'" sub dlv. 28 6 22 }oJ. J. Dowllng) ___H,,.--- 16.52 No. !! Sixth day uf Annvinl., ALDERMAN .I"'aMl. trackage and Hhlppliig fa-

Block_ _... .___.._ 28 8 22 Q. 5!. Inman __._____. 22.17 Lots 1 2 Block 2 City Park .,. A. ->. 2:9.. filed acid cerlth'at.I Clerk. u' Court; Bradford all b.I,1 Used for such pur.puses. ',
''lion mock O r .1. l\f. sub dlv __ -__________..__ 28 6 22 .H. II. Wiggins ...___ 2.54 In i my I)it ice and made cr County, Florida., .

1 a a,1 .hIitiflfl ... .___ 28 8 22 D. C. Jones __________ 32.88 Lot 4 2 City Park .. for tax deed to issue th ruon In accordance 8-8-5t-0-5. 5Notice _ _ ,, ,
nil < L. T. & Hub dlv __ ___._______.. 28 6 22 Waller J. Redmond' __ 1.67 with law. Bold certificateembrace's ; J

4.ddltlon II flock 1_.._ __.____ 28 8 22 J. W. Edward. ..___ 18.60 Block 1 naxklns' addition.Commencing 29 6 22 KM ward Burns ..... 45.08 the following de.crlbud. i A JOINT RESOLUTION ProposingAn ps
1 L. T. & Cos.on at SW cornerof property .Ituuted. In Llrudford cuntity NOTICT! A mend men)t to Section 11 of ; ','..

..mock ._ ___ .______ 28 8 22 C. I.. Peek __________ 3.43 Madison. & Myrtle ..t.II Florldn: tti-wll: 1: of I he Constitution. of ', ,
Block 6 L. T. & Cos.tIon < run S 210 ftV 210 ft East half of lilock S(1( a. "lo"ledal .t. of Florida' lel..111 .. !
I. hereby In all
___ ."___ 28 8 22 a. W. Snellgrove. ___ 7.89 N 210 ft tn Madison Htthence ,., KiiHey's. Map (Ox Mouth t..I.Ii corned that the City given Council of.on.theCity Taxation and 1. t* '.,
K on said st 210 Section 28 for the State of.1"rhJ"
L T & COli..UI.n. Original Town of JIArk.: provide Authority
.q 6 1. 8 9 __ __ 28 8 22 C. L. Peek ____________ 34.68 ft to beginning In tluskln. ... Township 6. Mouth Range. 22 r ..lIt. ,of Hllrk.., Florida, sitting HM. .a to Levy and Collect In. '
n .' nildltlon, _ ___.:___ 29 6 22 B. . & C. S. HoltBendoit The assessment of said property Hoard 1'111.11..1'' on '.I."y. or Estate Taxes Under 't
10 Block 11 L. T: .. August made . .
.9 ..._ 26.6 unoi-r hut' said ('", issued wanIn I n.1.10 Certain Conditions ; S
addition 28 8 22 P. J. Pearce ---------- 27.53Blk 'I'I.l. ItYWliiMT .hanK'.. .. tux'nt . t-
"a : Commencing 210 ft S of ; :, the name of F. UK IT It MOI.VI':" BY TMR T.I Om-
; 14 L. T: & Coc. shall be roll a. fled by the City 1'1 I'] US'l.'L.OitlUAl
unless certificate redeemed -
,linn _ __ _____ 28 8 22 Joe OrlfTU _________ 4.32 Sty corner of Madison & said de eul i ). Notice In '
tax >
according to law. at
sts S SThat
Myrtle run on Myr- S
5 8 1 8 9 Block 18 L.f'nH _ .....___ 54.30 tISt 210 ft W 210 ft N 'II. will Ixxiie thereon on the 22nd day th' this Pity Council will I the following amendment to S SSection
aldlllon __ 28 8 23 Unknown "' to be hold nti the lut.iday (
of September A. n. 1930. 11 of Article X of the Constitution
210 )': 210 ft tn begin J
ItRiock IidltIOfl _181._ ..._"T._ ._&_ 28 8 23 Mrs. E. B. Bennett Est 5.21 : .ttl In Oasklns' add.... 29 6 22 D. C. tv (..S. liolt.sendorf Dated thl. 20th day uf August, A. "Htark of September at 8:00: o'clock at the City p. in.Hall, wil In of the State of "101'11. r*.
I). 1930 latlnir to Taxation and
r ....._. '.82 '.
Block\ 19 Llv hear from such owners or
I 10 II Commencing 210 ft O. W. Al-DERMAN, al and the same I ii*, hereby agreed .
"ft. .____________ 28 8 22 Livingston Truby & corner \ a. tn tlM valuation a* fixed ,
Co. _ ...._____ 2.25 Myrtle Mn. &: run W 210 ,' ',: S IlrRdturt County, Florida. by t the said Board of Kquallser.. and tor* of the Stat of Florldn at the's. .
ft to W..tllwrfIAn,1 Mt ;' 8-22-6t- General to be held on the '
N2123 I (35 Iota) L. thence. nn Haldxt 420 tt' .-' bear any reason why the valuations first JJI..Uon the first Monday S ,
cDI. addItion ______ 28 8 22 C. L. Peek ___________ 18.60 ))210ftNUOtttobe- I', Nhmild I bo changed. In
Block 86
ISM lot 1 and T ,.
", 43 II T 1 8 9 10 11 12 ginning designated on > ,..1.1'' ., NO-.t.F 1.IC''IO'I. Original Town I.t.28:Twp. 6, Rung ratification vbr'j.,1io., that Oil|*> '
,'k U 1... T. & COli. ad- map of Oa..klnM' addition '. H.e. say. that IX of ., t
on __..__________ 28 8 22 C. L. PeekUnknown _________ 6.41 as Clark 2 A Block ____ 29 6 22 H. C.C.. a.'Holt.venilorf H. C. Wall, mayor of Stark. 2Shell to f4000.P.lrol.ul CorporationIZ200 the Con..Ututon Htat or '.
I l2l8148lock24L. .... ____ 10.19 Florida by virtue of authority vented tn Taxation and Finance '. '
One lot 70x70 feet In Northwest Florid.
22 ________ 7.79 do ,
I COH. additIon _____ 23 8 In me liy law. hereby cal anelection be amended to read .
.o a* a*
Lots 7 8 9 10 In Everly's to I be held .at the .. I Pornxr of Rlk. 28, ) l :
I 1:34111218101 addition ____________ 29 6 22 R. n. 8tark..y __---- 1I.U In the aforesaid city, by the quail- 28. Twp.: 6, Range 22_ '"H'I":3:1: : Oil i iComr"nY,100 follow: S ttt.t
,'k 211 L. T. & Co.. ad. Lot. 1 2 16 16 less B 20 ft ** l ) to $ Hectlon: t 1. No taxes. \P&1 Inheritance .
__ 28 8 22 William C. Prather 18.90Llvlngnton fled voter them, on Tuesday rtember .* or upon the re.l. .
Ion _________ ? & A acre In NE cornerof for the ( ,. T. & .
I 9 10 flock 26 L. '1'. & SE-Vj of SEVi, less H 20 9th the 1930 ottluer.i purposeof Section 21 Twp. 6, Rang 22-A.Bessent electing following
ftldlllon ____-___ 28 8 22 Truby & Co. 5.21. ft _ ________________ 29 6 -'fl.C.Swet. ..._____ 192 One Mayor. -1600) to $800. be levied by the of Florida, or ,
45 Rlock 27 L. T. & 31-7 acres land. bounded. K Three Alderman. Lot 6 7 Blk. Templo.. Addilon. under. it* authority and there shall ,
odrlitlon _ _______ 28 8 22 ...:. A. Starling; _ _____ 14.14 by Illluh place S by Rv One Clerk, Treasurer and Tax Col. Sec. 98. Twp 6, Range23- be exempt from taxation. to the bead '
I 7 FlI".k 29 L. T. & W by st. N by N line of lector. Thnma Refrigerator Co.-8250 to of the> family residing In this Stale. ,.

addition _ _______ 28 8 22 Mabto Helen Mer..ereau 13.15 SE.V4 of 8ffi% __---__.._._ 29 6 22 Bert Bogart ______ '8.11 One Tax Asse.ior $501)). household good ander.onal ef j"fects
30 lot 8 L. T. 2 Acre* In NW corner of One Marshal. Sinclair Refining Co.-l'ersonal- to the value of five hundre.4 .

"'11., addilion _______ 28 8 22 C. L. Peek. ____________ 12.35 SKV4' of HEVl & 5 acres In Inspector ot until .I..ctlon.: T. N. $1860. to 31750) ). (1500.00)/ Dollars provided. however. .'
I. flock 32 except lot SW corner of NKV4 of Kendrlck, 1U H. Humphrey I'". A. Pan-American Petroleum ('orporatinnl'ersnal that the Legislature may provide fur ; *iw,

T lit CO". additInn_ 28 8 22 C. L. Peek' __________ 2.54 SE'4 _ __. _nn_______ .21! 6 22 Edward lIurn. _ ____ 20,09 Boott. \ -31450 I to fl76 the assessment. levying and entire
-- ---- -- - - - .. .. Oulf (' ( Inn of Inheritance rfor
-- Refining
-- -- ----- -- upon
I a Blor'k 16 & "J 38 lit testimony whereof I hereunto .rpuuy-l'.r..onal t.1 .
lots 3 4 Rlo'k 111 & lots HUSH-HulUH, dill you KO' to Kioi iIi. ft.i' an order to Mfll I at prlv, subscribe my name and cause the -31000 to 13760.00. the levying of Estate taxes not Sf

.6 10 38 tt lots 8 4 lodge meeting last night. ate sale the one-nlxth undivided. InleroKt seal of the said c to ha affix.uitills Packer, of b'lur.d.i-I'.rsonal-UOO .."os..lll1. In the aggregate Ib. ,
< 18 L. T. & Co.. Sub your each of mild Minor In and the -th day 'August A. it. to 3160OOO. ,un'lntl whh-h may by any law of '
_.-_______ 28 6 22 Annie Mack Coleman.. 13.72 Uufus-Nah, suli. We done to the following described. land to- 1930. Southern, 1..1 Telephone and Telegraph the United. State be allowed to k* .W'i S
wit: It. C. WALL to 11500.I ) ) credited against or from S
!lots t 2 & nil lots 3 4 have to poti'pone It. Co.-I".unl.I-'fi1 d"lu..I.I
The Southwest. duarter r.f. the Meal of Htarke any similar .
( ) Mayor Flor.l. 1"rk. Iarlwl" l'o.-ler..onll tax '
J'k 17 & WA lots 1 3l nosH--How wan that. Northeast quarter Hectlun Thirty s-H-St-9-5. tn or taxes on ... .., assessed or lev.led (

|IT..1 l all lot 4 Block___18_ 28 6 22 D. P. Pullum ,_ 22.77 Ruftis-De Gran AllPowerfulInvlnt'lble nix U61. TownHhlp Seven ((7), South: Fruit 1601. Kxp.: Co.-Pro nato by the United Status. nn the same
Ivi A Co. nub dlv ------ Itanire Twentv-two (22). Kant of this value F. < !I. I Kx. Curs-.-15 .OO to 1 1 100.) subject, but the power of the ... l*-> S
11 25 26 27 ex lots Mont Supreme. Unconquerable Tallahassee Meridian pontalnlnw 40 MOT1CM 01 AI'1'I.ICATIOM Postal Telegraph Cable Co.-1'Jx- liitur to 'levy such Inheritance !.- '

4 niork 27 & lots 3lIIo'k Potentate done got beat acres more or mM land lylntc .'01 U. ... CoMM. wire-,-.1.00 to $1110.01). *.. or Estate Taxes., In thl. Stale S

28 L. T. & Co. Co. 11.49 and being In BraduidCounty: Flor- Seaboard. Air Lin Railway Co.- shall exist only *o long as. anddr- '
8 22 Livingston Truby"
II 4jy. __________ 28 ,
I SO & lot 3 up by his wife. Ida Notice I. hereby. given, that If. Tt Valuation main track, side .pur. and Inir the time, a similar tax I I. enforced j
4 Block sub This\ 5th day of September A. I). Schroeder holder of Tax C.rtUlcal. Mwltch Pro rato to appurtenant by the United State ,' S

k 31 _L._T._ & COli. 28 8 23 rLlvln..aton Truby & Co. 2.84 1930 No. 13M the 6th day of Aug., A. 1. supplies, pro rato rolling ..Iock- Florida IIh..rltanl'"' or .:. a..1. S n ,
--------- '
.- MRS. IIOf'lIltONIA CHlESSRri $24,661) to 1411,120. .
192$, has filed said certificate II ".1..1.,1 or enforced 7 S
.3 4 0" Wl4 Block a4 9-5-5t.lU-3. Guardian office and made application tax Western Union Telegraph ('0.- to the extent absorbing IK* a,"
Truby Coa. sub deed to Issue thereon In accordancewith {'Ol. line K*. wlr,111 ti> $UOOOO.W. amount of any deduction or credit '
_-_._..__________ 28 8 22 Lulu Duhart __ ______ 11.18 BROOKER law Hald certificate embrace the hereby cer which may tie permitted by th. laws
2 3 or N'.41 Block 36T IUNK: s'r'rtoMIoriteport the following described property situated tty that the above and foregoing Is of the United State. now existing ar ; ..1hereafter
& Cn.. .uh div ___ 28 II 22 Alfred Darn. _____ 11.+8 Miss Pearl Gainer. Ce.. In .Bradford County, Florida and correct list of the real enacted to be claimed br '.

11I"'k 40 L. T. & COli.'dlv. of the condition of The to-wlti arid personal pronerty equalised by reason thereof, as a deduction. ur .,

_______________ 28 8 33 Billie Brown _______ 1.89 Mr. J. A. Abbott of Plant City Hank. tit Starke. at 8tark., Kla., In Five a..r.. Com. at a point 100 ftWe.t the City Counci sitting a* a board credit against such similar -
2 3 Hlo..k 41 L. T. 8t the. State of Florliln'" at the clone of of Railway track on Northline of .' t"1 of the United .tar.* ' S
Nub dlv. .. _________ 28 8 22 Joseph. Orant ______ 4,32 spent the week-end here. He wall business. Jun. BOth 1930. of Southeast quarter of Northwest In witness whereof. we hereby sub applicable to Florida Iiiheritancea :$t
1 lHock 42 L. T. & CO". n....iirieHr.oaim quarter & run Mouth paralle" scribe our name on the date above or nistates. The Lrgl. '
b dlv. ___ -____-_____ 28 8 22 Julius Butler. _______ t.1I4 accompanted home by his wife and lJUcount. ___.-1256,401 with Hallway 345 ft.: thence Weston ole n tioned. latnre mar provide for the appre.prlatlon '.'

Rlo"k .3 L. T. & Cos.I and children who had spent two overdrafts h_no _____ 4850 same variation. 630 ft., thenceNorth C. F. IIOOVKR all taxes collected under S

"I (liv. __ .. __ ._______ 28 8 22 Laura Whitmore _____ 1I.2 weeks here with friends and rela United States: blonds ____ 8.300.01 at right angle to North line Chairman City Coun..n.TTJRT this Article to such State: \.unll. '
1 BJn..k 43 L.' T. & Coe.dlv. County and Municipal.. of said 40; on said lineto City of Starke, Florida. Municipal or Educational.
____-_______..__ 28 8 22 Hoover Dro. _____ 1.09 tives.Mrs. blonds-------------- 58,50000 point of beginning In Section 26, : a* i may deem advl.abJ. ,
Riork 45 L.T. & Call. J. D. Baxter Mrs. Mamie Securities depoiilted l with. Township B South lan.. 22 ISa.t, C. A. S
b dlv. 28 II 22 H. G. Pl.tord -------- 7.89b stale treasurer for .lock' containing 6 acres, or le.*. City Clerk 8.2.s9.1.N..U.N A JOINT
I Itlock I '411 LT-&C;.. Ward and Mrs. J. A. Abbott spent holder. Reserve Fund,_ 2,000.00 The assessment property An Rrsot.tTION Proposing.. r
tmcI '
dlv. ________ 28 II U Livingston Truby & Co. 1.48 Wednesday In Hampton guests of Banking House Furniture. under the laid Issued was the Constitution of the IX vt '
lot 2 fllo'47 L. T. & and Fixtures _______ 7,60000 In the name of W. U. Knight. Florida bv ef
', 1mb dlv. 28 8 U Hazel Williams ----- U2 Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wynn and Mrs. Other Real Kxtate: Owned- 9,291.5: Unless said certificate shall be Notice i Is hereby given to all perSons Section Adding to Known an Additional ,' S

1 114 2 flock f8--t--i-: & Della Priest. Claim and other Re- redemed acC.rdlhl to law. tax deed having claim of any kind or "Section 13" a* S

.. cut dlv. ___________ 28 8 U Jim English ____ I.U and HOU ree.. _ _____. _,___ 5,1100,00 will I..u. th..ron on the 16th day nature against the Bradford County of Motor Relating Vehicles to. the Taxation .
and Mrs. P. Matheny
Mr. M.
I & Block 3 Cash on hand and due from of ). *931). Hank of Htark-Florida, that unless lIE IT RESOLVED
lot 3 BY
p Truby N'4 addition __ 28 8 22 A. D. Braddock ----- 38.U son. Erma. made a business tripto banks _ __u _.-_____ 104.55602 1 16th day of August A such claim are presented to the OF THud TillS IFlnli
Cash Item for Clearing._ 4.28484 D. 1930. of I..ATUI"J ,
: ; Liquidator saId Bank within 12
I6fllnk .1.
,n.e addition _C N. II Z2 A. K. Caranla. _______ 11.63'IJ. Dade City last Friday.Mr. Tax Certificates. _____ 2,897.3>> ri.V, ALnKRMAN. month from the date of this notice, "ItIUUAI following: amendment t. ,

I 2 3 4 5 4 -i;;-i--j)28 Ellis Zeigler, Erma Hazen ( Clerk of Circuit Court, same will be foever barred under Article IX of the Constitution

Jon.. addition ___ 28 8 n S... ),1. Alvar.. _______ 72.111 and A. It. Surrency spent a few Total ___l.lahlllllr____-._.__.____14.4,096.14 Bradford HUANCHE County ALLIklRMAN Florida.By the .\\r.on of Chapter 7935, Laws State- of Florida .relating- of Taxa the s
It NI/ ft lots 4 II 6n'.t In and Winter Oar- Capital Stock __.. tion and Finance, by adding I thereto
F. N. J. Jones ad'inn days Apopka paid In $ 15.000.00Surplus 8-15-St-V-l. eputy Clerk You present all claim to th.undersigned an additional section to be know
; Fund _ __
.1. lit. Alvares 15.33 5week. 12.000.00Undlvld.d Liquidator at Htarke. a
8 22 den last
------: IS ----- profits _____ 1.669.1J I Florida. a* "Section ro.vlrtng! for tk.manner *
4 o-Ri'i
5 8 71; oxDi Miss Lerena Green spent last Stockholders Statutory Liability flOTICH Of AHPI.IC ATIO* FOIl joa rj. of taxation of motor ve S
N II tt N. J. Jones WILSON hides, be ant the sums Is hereby

.I''th.n\ ___________28 8 22. Mary O. Wainwright ._ 18.111 week In Jacksonville with friends Re.erve_ ---_Fund- --_= 362,43 8,000.00: 1 TAX UI.I Liquidator, Bradford Htarke.County Florida Bank, agreed tn and shall be submitted! l*

I t 3 4 II 7 I Block IthWay and relatives.Mr. Bill payable ..___ 10.000.00 Florida the qualified elector of the State t
u. Notice I is hereby that R. July 10, 1980. .
11.33I Ita..k. Florida for
O. Wainwright ur S
addition ____ 18 6 22 Mary I r.Ufh'aton
Parrlsh r..J..t.
Guy and Herbert tchroeder holder of a 7-I 1.919.5.5011CM .
luck 1 HIghway ad. Total __--___-_________1454,035.14State No. th. Sib Il A. at the .' EI..ton to ...
137 day .
.lion. _ _____________ IS II 22 Blanche M. Walnwrrtht 64.30 spent Friday night In Jackson I of Florida County of Brad I>. 1928. baa filed said In OP KLHCTIOMWIIERRAH Monday on the first In November.. A.... DKM.the- r S.-
a 4 II 2thwy ,
I Block ford. 88.;
addition ___ 28 8 II Mary O. Wainwright __ 18.110 ville.Mr. I, R. J. Davlri Cashier of the above my office and mad application for. that Is to say there shall be .-jif
I lock 1 Temples ad- and Mrs. J. D. Baxter and named Bank, do solemnly swear. that t.1 d..d to Issue thereon In accordance Th. L..lalahr. of to Article IX of the Constitution I ft
tl n U Bradford County Bank u.n with law. Said certificate embraces lOgs. under the illS the State of Florida. relating t.. taxation
________ 21 II son Grady Mr. and Mrs. C. J. the above statement I. true to the the following described
I 4 B1ocj Temples. bent of my knowledge and l heIl.fand property of the State of Florida, did pas four and fnanc., an additional metlon -'
tdltion 21 8 12 Mra. G. 1'(. Inman ___ 40.91 Crews and Mrs. J. R. Mott and that It I. In response to omelafnotice f situated In Bradford County, Joint Resolutions proposing amend.ments to b* a. "Section 13" .f I

I 9 flok'jT.mples attended the picnic at Wild- to report by the Comptrollerof Florida, to-wlt. : tn the Constitution of the said Article which shall read) .tellows .

''IItio .._______ 29 II 21 D. E. Knight ______ 18.110 family the State of Florida. Northeast all quarter Northw.-t of Nortbw..tqu.r.r of State of Floria. and the same w.r. : \S
quarter Section
wood Monday. Seal vote of three-fifth 13. Motor Vehicle*; se
It J.
< > DAVIH 1rrl" _ _
.;dtuS,7n Block I__Temples________ 28 II n D. E. Knight _____ n.n Mrs. T. P. Ward and family. CORRECT-ATTKST, Ca.hl.r. 3x *V, Acre Quarter sold West Rufus fit Martin Hallway i house: that* member the vote elected on .Id.Joint each one property form of shall taxation l>. subject which she. f 'IY

4 Block I Temples have moved to Wildwood. B. H. MATTHEWS! I acre to Mary J. nollnHon. Section Resolution were entered upon theirrespective license tax for the operation .f ,
dlUon ______ 28J II 21 T..uby & Thomas Rerc. 20. Townhl 6 32 Ka.t such motor vehicles S
14.14 J. W. ANI>KKW8! Sr. Journal. with the yea which Urea** ,S
I I Co. - ------- A.. M. DA KB If, containing 40 acre, more or le.*. and nay thereon, and they did de- tax shall b* in such amount and tosd .. _ _ _ _
3 4 Block ITem.'L Apalachlcola Apalachlcola The assessment said for
I, propertyunder I.rmln. and direct that the said purpose a* the LegMusvtur -
18.110 Blrectors.Subscribed .
e addition ___ 18 II 22 D. E. Knight ---- I river bookkeepers association and sworn to beforeme the said t1fe Issued was Joint Resolution be submitted to may, bv law, provide and aliaS _ _
Stock I T..mple. ad1101 : In the name of KnIght.Unless the elector of the State at the Oen b* In lieu of all ad valorem taxeei je-
% II 8 12 C.L.Pe.k---_ '.11' shipped carload 3.000 gallons this 18th day of July. 110 said certificate shall be redeemed eral Election In eabl against
------------- November motor vehicle M
1 i B. K. McRAB. Notary Public t S

'''ditlon, !4 BlockTTemple.- ___:._______ 2 II II II C. L. Pe.k _________ I.U fancy tupelo honey to New York; My commission expires Oct. 31. 1931. will Issue according thereon to on law.the tax 15th deed day ORAY.NOW. Secretary THBRKFORM of Stat., /. lIA.D.A.of the. personal property- flS.

rt lotSand lots ten carloads to follow shortly.Hlvlera ot September A. D. 1930. Hlat of do give no The vote
I 8iotk II Temples ad- Fire track reconditioned Dated this 15th day of August A. that Ilorlda. cast In complanc wlrfc
I SPECIAL M !! said .
.lion' _____ 18 II n D. E. Knight ___ 18.110 D. 111.O. OHM Kit A I, KLKCTIOV proposed tk. _ _
canvass declaration
4 at cost of 300. and r..r_
III f In In Iot&lot 5 block SOllth I"L Hereby notice I. given that under (Seal) Clerk of ALDERMAN Circuit Court, wll on be Tuesday held In each next county In Flor.the thereof ..hal be subjected to Is* _ _

01101.. ____ 11.11 and by virtue of that certain final Bradford (Bounty. Florida succeeding same r"lul.lon. and restriction a.
} Brown first Monday In
addlUon _ ___ II II 21 J1.E. MOTICK or ClUARIirAW Ul.KNotice November A. D.. are law for
10 A decree of foreclosure made by the By BUANCHJ-I ALDERMAN.. 11. n. the said Tuesday the eP
1rock! T.mpl._ __ II 8 12 C. L. Peek _______--- ..15I -- Judge. or the Twenty-.lxth Judl<'lalCI..cult '-.UI1. Deputy Clerk FOIIHT. l Ar OF b..lnl election In IN the State of .
and for Bradford
U -lot. I II 12 I. hereby jrfven that thirty In County,
I 14 II lock 14 days after date hereof on to-wlt; Florida In Chancery on the 11th day MOTIOK Of the said raUtleaton rJ..ton 1 have hereunto 5.4

1dllion Temples__ 18 0 12 C. L. Peek _______ 211.15 the Atta day of October A. D. 1-30 of August A. l>.. 1930 In favor of TA"PPI,11tTIO FOIL Amendments to th* Constitution of my hand and atTlK-4
Ilioii- 20 -Tples---ad."U r[. the under.lirned luardlan of Har.Icy Isaac Hague and against PBisahiraddock OIIO h* Htat of Florida. via? Stat Lh* Qreat Deal of tk.

''lion .1. H. hitch ______ 1f.30 I.-'h..r, Clyde C'hemer and J-r- widow and heir of A. H. JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing IEA1 of Florida, at TaJ-
It IS- Ijj'jjj.. 21 I n old ("h.....,., Minor Heir of Henry Uraddock, deeea.ed and Kllma Brad Notice I is hereby given, that C. H. \An Amendment to Section 6 of Ar. laha...*. the Capital.

es ad dlUon 22 C. L. Peek _____ 0.1123i.mp1es I!-, I)ecea.ed, will apply to dock a. administratrix: cum te.ta Clark, bolder of lof Tax Certifi.oat ''. IX of the Constitution .f the this the .r4 _ _
___ 211 4 the[ HonorableUao.. A. (Oardlner mento ann-xo of the estate of A. H. I IfJraddock. No. 303. the OUt day of August 8tat of Florida Relating la'ol ->.'* .

! >ek &4. Peek ____ 3,54'S bounty Judge of. Bradford County, deeea.ed and Ells Brad- A D. 1928. has filed Mid certificate 'I iH IT RKMOLVED BY TUB.& -1-131-10-24 **. *. ORAY,
__- 211 II n:1.: L. I I I1. Secretary of fllat ai



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{ I it1liJid HepU-mber 0. 10ilO: I By School XLks
r 1 Scripture and Its Use: All scrip- I Studeuh

_ 1Iit4 ture is given by Inspiration of

God, and is profitable for doctrine,
for reproof, for correction, for Instruction Misses Candac
l\j wed limp onto (fed ud light into tk-Pttla 119:105. varea and k!N ,
:j u i ay a ay p : In righteousness: That spent the weekend

r the man of God may be perfect, sister Mrs. D. n K
I Ii : Reddish
i e All religious teaching doctrine or
e3Ijur r'Jf&d1td.
,..)l : creed, U they are to have any claim thoroughly furnished unto aU ford.Mt'
I ipon the lore, loyalty; and devotion of the people must be in harmony with good works.-2 Tim. 3It: 17. H._L. Norman
i the teachings of Jesus the Christ whose words fit Into every fold and crevice Prayer: May Thy word Lord, B. Blood worth fiotorq
: \ .T the human heart and of whom it was said in John 7:"."NEVER MAN ever be our guide and counsel.September Gainesville Saturday
I t SPAKE LIKE THIS' MAN." 10, 1030 Mr.' and Mrs Felix

WKKKLY; ,, 8EUMONKTTK: : wan not holden such a passover The Pure: Unto the pure all L. L. Conner and daughter Soh,1
from the days of the judges that things are pure: but unto them were dinner guests With 1!J

Jesus Dethrone* the Devil judged Israel, nor !in all the daysof that are defiled and unbelieving Crawford Sunday n\\

Jt1i YRr Matthew 4:10.: 11. Then salth the kings of Israel, nor of the Is nothing pure, but even their Misses Edith and Ida JJ|
mind and conscience Is defiled. nor Mr. Clarlae !
Jesus unto him. Get thee hence kings of Judah. Hutche
Satan: for It is written, Thou shall The effort made byJoslah to destroy Titus 1:16.Prayer: / Mr Pledger Johns attest
ot1A worship the Lord thy God and false worship is shown In : "Thou only cans't Inform Union at North Pll'aftanl ,
i him only shalt thou serve. 11. verse 24 of Chapter 23 of the lesson the mind, And purity the Sunday
,. and "Moreover the workers with heart." Mr. Andrew
Then the devil leaveth him. Barber wait\ ,
h t "lar '+ behold angels came and minister- familiar spirits, and the wizards, September 11, 1IK1O Yb I in our section Sunday artel1l, ,

the ed unto him and the Images, and the idols, and The Pattern: In all things Mi1. Charlie Cowling of mi

,, 1 Tee] i' John '12 :31. 32. Now l is the all the abominations * of Judah showing thyself a pattern of good and Mr. Carl Sapp at Starb

t heat i'i Judgment of this world: now shall and In Jerusalem, did Josiah put works: in doctrine showing uncor- visiting our B, Y p U 81

i Yiw. 'disatabl' \ the prince of this world he cast away, that he might perform the ruptness, gravity.sincerity, Sound evening.
out. 32. And I, If I be lifted up words of the law." l speech, that cannot be condemned Mr.\ ; and Mrs\ Shelton nj

_ :4 Jflr from the earth, will draw all men But upon) the death of Josiah : ; that he that Is of the contrary Evergreen was. visiting lit, f

; unto me.I'rayer. his son, first Jehoahaz and then part may be ashamed, having no Mrs. H L. Norman Similar I J

i : 0 Lord, undertake for Kllaklm, or Jeohlaklm, reigned over I evil thing to say of you.-Titus noon. '

me. Judah, and both "did that 2:7 8.Prayer, .

W h. What Is new every morning? which was evil In the sight! of the : "He who would the Marianna Carbide anil

a Answer, read--John 17: 6-9. Lord," and they led the people Bather seek, Must seek Him'Lord, 1IrT bon Chemical Company mil
,p --- back Into idolatry. In religion, as by Thee." h1 turers of Pyrofax, plans to,
I sew ,I as In other things, the great com- j lish local warehouseBay
thatlr11j + ,
t,1t tho SCHOOL 1 1SUNDAY mon people must think and act for STATE DIVIDED: INTO Harbor Southern;(
themselves. Each individual mill
paper employing PJ
stands before God alone. mutely 600 men with eeklil
L-- __I A king stands no higher ,with roll of $10,000 )
The state of Florida has been
FOR MKI'TKMIiKIl: : : T, 10:10: God than do you. divided Into eight aeronautical dis- Boca Grande Inter.(',
- Tel. & Tel. Co.. purchased !
rlcts under the supervision of a
1 II.ULY ItlltLK: KKADINCJH 3I exchange I
: t Subject: Josiah; a Royal Reformer district governor supplemented byan
{ ? aeronautical chairman In each I IC Key West Sites belnJ

H i Golden Text: '"Thy word la a September /B' loao county was an announcementmade sidered for new post office t
The Lord's Vessels: But In a ing in this
t tIt lamp unto my feet, and a light unto on Aug. 13 by Fred V Blair, city
house there not only
great are
my path. Psalm 119:105.: of St.; Petersburg, chairman of a
vessels of and of silver, but
Lenson Text: 2 Icings< 22; 23-: special committee appointed at
also of wood and of earth; and
1-2. 21-2S : 2 Chron. 34:35.: the spring aviation conference in
Debt to Re some to honour and some to dis 'r'I '_
Topic: The World's Tampa to perfect a state-wide organization '
honour, It a man therefore purgeth 'S 'r' .I'
formers. i iJoilla.b.wasmnde plan. Under this planIt
i ___ king when he : himself from these he shall be was stated a series of district '
1.BY noR
vessel unto honour, sanctified, .
? was eight years old. Ills father a conferences wlli be> held at an vw4&.t1'"s. .., a
i and meet for the muster's use, and .. : JU'eK
RY Hpaal !i il Amon was a bad king who reignedtwo early date for the purpose of dls- 1lif/I11 ii __;I
years and was killed by the prepared unto every good work.2 .- cussing local problems of each district / d "_,,,,/, Ii MM4Smil
\ ii
Tim. 2:20, 21 CJ'oJ"II' "
: IW-/
household. Manus.eeh. -
servants of his I bearing on aviation and their "t:1 n-AtJt1' 6"0'I I
Lord God ambitious ..
reigned Prayer: we are .. .
JoHluh's grandfather, relative to the state "
Importance I P'-' '''" \ "
1111111111111111111111111\1/111/ First
? to be vessels worthy of
l fifty-five years, and was the program. I KAIU-Y AMKHirtt.V: VIGOKTHK floor: Entrance hall with
,, ,,1 worst of the kings; until he was Thee vice. and kept clean for Thy ser I The eight; state aeronautical dlsricta - TOI'SJ<'UIn: coat closet, living room, dining Zellwood Osborn Mercantile

'Q' taken prisoner to Assyria wherehe as laid out by the bureau room, study, kitchen and a one car Company sold its stock of goods
0, UKIO: By Duncanhunter Architect
September ,
repented and tried to undo his committee are as follows: motor room. and fixtures to W. S. Jones.
evil works. Joslah's mother was A Message to Youth: Flee also District No. .U : Monroe, Dade New York. Palmetto C. B. Porter
Second floor: Three bed rooms, pur-
Jedlah of the tribe of Judah, youthful lusts: but follow righteousness Broward, Palm Beach, and ,/f.lar- Much of our later so-called Co- chased fish and on
a bath, wardrobes and closets.! poultrjrjnarket
>probably t a': good woman, and he ; faith charity, peace, tn.: lonial houses are not colonial or Lemon conducted C. L.
avenue, by
: Influence of with them that call on the Lord early American anything of Third floor: A large attic reached -
grew up under the District No.2' : Collier, Hendry, or Smoak.
and the out of a pure heart.2 Tim. 2-: Charlotte. the kind they arboxes with by ceiling stairway
ZephaulaU the prophet, Glades, Lee anti I New Port Rlchey Dixon Dry
high priest, Hllklah, and associated 22. District No. 3: St. Lulce, Okee- i more or less, often less colonial Ceiling Heights: Basement: Cleaning Plant installed delivery .
jiered,+ i with Jemlah. In EC. 10:16: we Prayer: May our youthful days, chobee, Indian River, Osceloa, details stuck on here and there. seven feet, first floor, eight feet, truck in service here. latthy
O Master, be days ot'high thinking I The character of the housesIs second floor, eight feet.
have this statement, "Woe to thee, Seminole Brevard and Orange. early Daytona Beach Bids will\ be AchOrdinary
} y O land, when thy king is a child," and clean IIvlnlf.Mt'lltt"mbrr District No.4: Highlands, De- entirely lacking, even in Instances Exposure: The plans as shownare opened August 28th for site of #
, tie but Josiah was an exception to 1.!DtO: Soto, Sarasota Manatee, Ilardee where the detail is good-:' for a lot facing south or west. new post office building.

I P' Smdp Csuovin that rule. Our lesson says, "JOIIlah The Character of a Servant- Polk, Hlllsborough, Plnellas, Pasco that Is, we might say accurately I For a lot facing north or east the Arcadia Construction start- pains 1

} was eight years old when he The servant of the Lord must not and Hernando. taken from old examples sorry plans should be reversed.Lot ed on new citrus packing house ache and neuralgia, mu
began to reign and he reigned 30 strive; but be gentle unto all\ men, District No.5 : Vol usia, Flag- lack of the vigor and spirit of the size: House frontage, 62 ft. here, to cost over $20,000. Jar pains, functional pal

and one years. * And he did that apt to teach, patient; In meek- lei1, Putnam, St. Johns, Clay, Du- house is conspiclous-the latter 6 inches; side clearance, left three Palmetto Otis Elevator company the headache and congest*!
C which was right in the sight of ness instructing those that oppose val, Nassau, Baker, Union and I type of adaptions of the early ft. right four ftt 6 inches; lot installing new elevator in
themselves If God feeling of a cold in t tlj
I the Lord." ; peradventurewill Bradford., I houses run, on the average, to pale frontage, minimum 60 feet. courthouse.HEADAZICHE.
OC the first eight years of his give them repentance to the District No.6; Lake, Sumter, washed out, and unhealthy coin- Construction: Exterior walls, head-how quickly tha

'r ,It' t'i reign little Is known, but in the acknowledging of the truth.2Tim. Citrus, Marion, Levy, Alachua, plexions. I front brick, other frame; roof, disappear when you take

eighth year, when he was sixteen, 2:24,26.: Gllchrlst and Dixie. In the early houses the roofs, shingles; foundation, concrete; tablet or two of
Prayer: Lord, teach me Thy patience District No. 7 Columbia Ham the masses and the materials
Josiah sent Shaphan the scribe : were windows, double hung with shut DR.MILES'a ;
't a!(t hi probably his secretary to the temple ilton, Suwannee, Lafayette, Madison handled In a vigorous,way-even ters; doors, wood, to special de- RELIEVED .
1 4 n iF an.aendaii to have It repaired. "September 8, 11):10: Taylor, Jefferson, Leon, Wau- the details showed strong char tails. . QUICKLY .. :...
i eat od "Hllklah the high priest said Wise unto Salvation: Continue kulla, Gadsden, Liberty Frank- acter. Interiors: Floors, wood; walls, CA [ nIt PueI l, Vegetable.. r3

,fit r r unto Shaplian the scribe, I have thou In J the things which thou hast lin. TJie Top Cleld is a modern adap- plaster; ceilings, plaster; kitchen, m-". [ digestive quickly corrects diatorb-the

: fit itd found the book of law In the house learned and hast been assured of tion of the early American type- composition tile; bath room, tile; J removes the'In- Dr. Miles' Aspir-Mint! I Is
knowing of whom thou hast learn- When fire is shut out of Flor- the steep pitched roof', the overhangs heat testinal and
thi of the Lord. And Hllklah gave the steam gas and electric wir- poisons, sick headache new, stable, mint-flavored
t e and book to Shaphan, and he read It." ed them; and that from a child ida woodlands we will have a much I the masses and the details ing. quickly disappears. Your whole system that is making people all
r toora. This "book of the law" was the thou hast known the holy scrip- greater Income from forest pro 'follow the old spirit The plan Cublture: 24,000 cu. ft. enjoys a tonic effect constipation the country "Smil at the<

u n first five books of the Old Testament tures, which are able to make thee ducts. arrangement Is livable and >practical > Complete working plans and vanishes, ,and you feel renewed 15c and 23c at your drnjiYOU'LL ti
wise unto salvation through faith to meet modern conditions. rigor. Avoid bromides and dope,
especially the book of Deuteronomy specifications of this house are
y 1 ( oLt which Is In Christ Jesus.-2 Tim. Out of every $56 lost from firesIn The Top Cleld lists follows they are depressing and harmfuL GET RELIEF
t The recognition of the as : available for a nominal sum. Address All
_ eased tit book when found shows that a 3:14.: 15. the United States each year $15 I' Basement: Recreatjon room,I the building editor and referto Druggists 26c and 75c red pkgs OR YOUR MONEY BAl

onr former use of the book was re- Prayer-The good we learned In is money from the farm. laundry, heater space, etc. house H-133. CARTER'S EEPILLS

ore membered. Some Idolatrous king, ,

? nh11A cOllies probably of Alias the Bible had he burned could all find.the 'THE :MAIN THING ON MAIN STREET" By L. F. Van Zelm I IfJuity

There are individuals and communities
today to whom the Bible

I U a lost book. Hllklah and Shap al -.II "'AT'S TNa 'WELL PLAMT 1i-Ie --"So.' a. MAFTA
r han, the priest t and scribe when at FOUR I t o WAY MS COUNTS :: O t2AtISt'i&S QIGHTWNO: HARDER r

the temple doing the Lord's work, T'r2eE.qGAI2D1N SpY T...",.'; t't)" MATE :1"0: t I THEQE DADDY NEx r TIME TTNH .. rs
sr found the book. Shaphan read MAIN y/ -MOTTE.'
6' HAVC M' MonEv IT /Ar 1'4E'f
al some In the book and then tookit PAPEQ!!: N4 IN HIS BANK s0 I MArIA BE :Ant .
TIME) -- /MOULD dO 'IM \
to king Josiah who read it and THAT Et DEDE2PMSIED
{ aeIfb 3 4I
de saw how the people were trans ECONOMY & GOLF BALL 1 I
gressing God's'' laws. "And the r 1

t' king" went up Into the house of the vWr
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t'1 1 Lord, and all the men' of Judah Q
n and all the inhabitants! of JerusAlem V -j,_ C S itI itA I

'; :rj with him, and the priests, BANKEQ CCNMB I Ie S SO a. J I dI', 4 I I i r l I r BD66t 7

and the prophets, and all the people STINGY' < HB UOULDNV r61r- I III) i I I ( IIi
,:j Lb both small and great; and he MICE A GAODCNER rat read in their all the wordsof
e DIS4 Mil OWNGAQ-, :! .
the book of the covenant which rI h
Noa was found In the house of the 0 f,
Lord. Tl>In was one of the early
t o, and large Bible classes. Its results THE! BACK: YARD. AFTECHounS. :

1, Ice were good, verses 4-1S Chap- OFFICE I lifTfl
p .
adI.I. ter 23 of 2 K'ngs' tell how Josiah I
+ cleansed the temple and Jerusalem I I a n
4 and Judah and parts of Israel .....a.., .,A. noli& wuat_ rrr l yH E

*, of Idolx. Images and altars to _
heathen gods, for the king and I --- --- --------

.4', ,.,1} ,R priests and people made a covenant 1 DOROTHY DARMT McManlCIRL.S

to keep the commandments By Charles I

and statutes of the Lord, "And all n

the people stood to the covenant. r AH', Voo AREA I AM THE DUKE OP W OUR HAVE
the / WHY
{4.t ''i: oa good ruler or public official can ( AMERiCA,. CTRL UNDERSTAND AMERICAN CIRL' HA.VEJ" ITS ouRCREEN I
w NId1 have over a community and the / I BELIEVE tM LOVE CHALK OACKs
same is true of a bad olllclat. WHITE
v Id
Strong moral character and honesty -

t tit :+ should govern our choice of YES AMERICANCliiL9

#: officials, rather than some political W HA7gdOur OH: Bu'- -
+ i iI
i Ill atnilatloa. THEYDON'T
Then Josiah undertook to reestablish 0 I'f 4 0 BETTERLOOKIN oe FALL : 5.IC

the worship of the Lord, _. ? .
IW. Loll
"And the king commanded all the GIRLS ANYWHERE WITH

I Hd' people, saying, Keep the pasoover OUR C
1M1 t I unto the Lord your God, as it Is ELSE 11 f ES
1 written In the book of this coven THE WORLD/ a
f Y? ant." "All the people" Including

',+ the weak, uneducated, "common" A
Y 1 people; and this should be the
74 i 1
rule of every religious organization. I

Chapter 35 of 2 Chron. describes -

this passover. You should ..I.I'
read that Chapter "Surely there
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.--'-- 1VOTICHIn T..... do,,k, guardian of W L Uraddock. In my office and made application T.ATt"nJ. OF THE STATE Of ',.
"Iv n t.t: th.. (Bllowlnll' de."rlh..1 I\nd.: \\ 111 no) ssI4 1)palrrIptIoR 8.... T n. A inner (....,. minor heir and II. V. Knight and guardian thesaid .for' tax dc with.d to law.issue Said thereon certificatembraces In acordance That the following amendment te '

ber'. the FIHST lIf"lN DAY IN ()CTOHH1930!: tt "etnlfI Ad Lltem of said\ minor of .. the following describedjroperty Section of Article' 9 of the Const
u'IloI1nn 11.\111,. b.or.. 1he court houNe d.fl1. .t, "' tu ,ike In Irad.hY Lo c 33 Tem W L. Braddock minor heir situated. In Bradford county tutlon I the state of Florida relat- j ,f
If ".Id will b.o r".2dltr Z8 8 U T. R, I llnughertV .. 611H. A. H. Bruddock decreased. defendantsth
f FI..rl'J... or..o mu'h thereot ne.Msarylb - ----- log to bond be. and the same lalereby _
) mastcrwill Florida I :
, I'It..I" dll" f"r tax" ...t oppnt.Ite the ....m... tKShr with Lot 5 Block :.3 Temple addition undersigned an special : 'ko'2'lg"hurt Sub Division agreed to and be submitted -
1: 8tn"unt. ILI. n.1 ul1v..rlholng. C. A. FUTCII Tux ColI..tor.T.. ____-_u_____ 28.8 22 O. !ItIt.on.--------- 2.54 offer for sale In front of the Lot 5. Section I to the electors ,'.hal State at '
Florldn. of
$ Starke. .
,lIch court house door In .tatl. '
All Hlock 29 lot 14
.. IVek'w. addition except_ _u_ 28 8 22 C. L. A J. L. Peek ____ 13.3. on the 61 th dav of Oc-tober A. Ul 21. Township 6 South Itaog 22 KastThe he lives flvneral to be held Klectl.m In 1930(It for __
A ..... 1930.l to the highest and best IIhl.l..rfor assessment. of said property '
8.r.1' It A Ownt. t: All Hlock SO (12 lots) the or That said Section S
IcNerIIdlP9 Peek's addition - ____ 28 8 :II-C. L. & J L.,,Peek ___ 18.8fl cash the following describedproperty .. under said certificate wa In shall amended so as to road asfollows ;
In U.Lot -
I Of NWo All Block 31 ((4 lots) Peek's lying and being : .. name of Unknown. [ :
E (
1t flg, 1//o. I'"ft of NW'1 ot addition ---------___-&& 8 U C. 1... & J. 14. PjeK ____ 2.64 ford County Two (2), Florida I and the to-wlt.North one- Unlei uncording said certificate to law shall tax d.,1wil lieredeemed Section 6. The Legislature shall _ _,
t 1i0 All Hlock 32 (13 lot.). ' have to for Issuing
\ power
Ivt Iir run ft N 105 '\.. .' l'e.\(,'. addition ____. 28 8 12 C. L. A, J. 1,.. "';t..k'---' 16.82 bai of Lot Three I U ) of Block Addition Issue-thereon on the 16th day State bond- only I for the purpose of lli
flu\ 50 tZ and Truby's
:;fi ------- 2B 8 21 : ; c.TohbsItg ----.--0-. TJ'' All, Block 81 (14 lot.) J.JL'' ,. " (3 the of Town Havls of JStarke. I'ubl. Kcc01 . .. /.D 15th 1930.Dated day. of Augunt. A. r p.lIIA Invasion or ...')pr..aJn.In- '

point 530f t.T . 11. Peek's addition _ ___. 28 8 U C. L. & ) ""''It +-.> 18,80 "ds of Bradford <-' 'Iorld. 1). 1930. and the Count.. .- _
a "
Ir ,.Inlf at NW\4\ ofI' ...jVfO Lots33458789101212, together with all tenements. and O "'. riots or Munl..llllllle. Stateof
S 1111" of of Church 1'; 14 Block 34 Pe..k'. ad- - . ,. haiedltament' .*. Clerk Ar.nFIMANI "'Ior\'a power to Issue t

I: I" .kle 104 ft South r '.. dltlon ___________. C, L. A J, I.. "ye __n_ 22.47 E. M. JOHNS. (SI.) Bradford County, only after the same shallhave ,
rUfl 'J ft to '. Lots 1 2 B 7 10 Block 86 Special Master 'Iorlda been approved by' a majority of

II W 104 N along' Peek's addition _____._ 28 8 U C. L. & J. L. lV. \VF. ,.__ 9.78' J U FRAZIOK 8.15-5-9-12 By RLANCHU A 1.I.nM\N. the votes cant In an election In pt
h .t be.--' 2'1' 8 22 ,Mary Is!. Lee ----_-- ..9 Lots 8468 Block 35 Peek's !\ Solicitor for Complainant. Ippily which a majority of the freeholder 1

I U'iI fitO corner addition _ _n.______ 28 6,22 L. TurjnerfJ.-----! 7,.99 9.5-5t-10-3 who are '11l1f..d ple'tors residingIn .
\Cr..' NW >/ ._ 28 6 22 Geo.' H/'Weller ---... 8.11 Lot 9 Hlock 35 Peek's addition norm OF APMirtTiov FOR such (' Districts or Municipalities -

.,f $w'/4' of oilgr- _ .____________ 28 8 B2 !Maml>>t.: Outrose ____ :2.64I.ot. TAX .tIU shall I participate
'1 ) .________ 28 6 22 -D. C. Jonei' _.:-_-_-... 1414 iuJk 8 11 &k.V.l'ld'' 10 10 MMICH OF t... CTIO. Held In the manner to be .::: ________
Tuwn ,I' 36 : 28 8 22 C. L.."A J. t.. Peek ____ 2.18 Notice hereby that Tl V by l law) but the provisions of

I 1 it W 40 ft lot.Town 68 28 8 22 A. K. Carantiai _....:._____.13463 Fracl Lot. or Block A A" To the Sheilff of Bradford County. Knight, holder. of Ilv.n.. certllr..t.No Act shall not apply to the r..fundln.. ,,

15 OrigInal W of B Peek. addition ____ 28 8 U C.: L. & J. L. Peek ..... -.14 of the State of Florida: 176 sixth day ot of bonds Issued ".. '
... 'clnlf U' ft Block Lots 4611 Block B Rising B* It n 1. K A. OKAY, has filed said certificate: 'I JM..8. purpose of refun"lnl of the bonds or

t rner of lot 7 w S8'-J! 'H .addition _ ______ 28 8 22 Hoover Bros. ;J. ________ 7.99 Secretary f'lt the State ol r and made application : the Int" her..n of such Counties -
I run N 105 Call at 13' Lots 5 10 Block B Risings ,, iD. }Florida do notice to Issue thereon In .. with District or Municipalities. (

t'I ft to Or.g-. addition ._._------- 28 8 U C. Jones -_,.-?-__-__- 4 S3 a law. Said. certificate embraced t h.follnwl"l .
LTo 'beginning. ( Maddox .. 50.16 Lots 7 8 Blotit B Itlslng'* E: situat
' .._ ___ 28 8 22 Mrst ------- :1'11'10' described property
Town n addition _ ____________ :IS 6 22:: .John A. Curtl.. "-___.._ 4.33 will b* held In oulty. county Florida, to- A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing _ _
> nclnlf at NW cornerp Lots 10 11 12 13 14 Block 6 State of Florida on Tuesday .wit: Iradforl1_ An Amendment to Article IX of

I walnut Ntreet. .. & Rislng'H. addition _ ___ 28 8 U John A. Curtis ______ 9.78 succeeding the first Monday I In November East half of Southwest quarter of the Constitution of the State of I 4
at 149 ft A. 1>. 1 *30 the, said Tue Florida, Relative. to Taxation and
w 011 Call All Block. D El F Rlllln '. Northwest quarter & West half of .
to Known Section
Finance a*
I to a pulnt 105 of ft heWtMnra W- addition _ ____________ 28 8 22 John A. Curtis ______ 21.10 duv : \0\KMHI-.H\ Southeast quarter of Northwest 12 of Article 1. _ _ #
I ..If N 28 8 22 D. E. Knight' -____.___ 20.69 All Block n H I J K LRising' -' KOI"IIflty < tiunrter section 10 Township Mix BW IT nnsoLVKO BY THE LIXJISI.ATDRM -
g \u3 E 16 ft to beg addition _____ 28 8 22 Oeo. 11. Weller _____ 15.01 For of the tp"on" South Range it East, forty acres.Th . OF TIlE OF m
21j ft bi & MT bY Commencing on ,VI side of CoiiKiesMlonal, of the assessment. of said I.rol'.rt l'A''
'I I S Nt 8 boufld." iolok Walnut et at NW Cornerof c.f Florida In the Sevnty-Soeoitd under the snld l r..rlflcal.. Issued wa That the fallowing: amendment of _ _
t Congress of the United Stales. .
ell'er- In the of
17 N by Sam Rouen berg- ...... 28.13 Baptist r"NnTt I lot of State of the Stateof .1"0" .llr..lh. Article LX of the Constitution nf _ _
Call ..t ______ 28 6 22 run 13 210( W For Hcctetaiy Un I. .. ..111 certificate .. .-
II bY the State of to be known a*
I ft W ot .. Floi Ida. deemed R to law, tea .Iegl Jlorhh.
I .6'0 ft to Walnut
(, "* street 'nrdlnt
,tfl of IX be and
t II -1 01W / Fur Two Justices of the Supreme 12 .
Block 18 will Issue on the 15th day 1..tlUI rtcl.
of thence S on said .t to .
1 .
curlier of Florida.For Is hereby to and _
In (1111 .t U ft I beg. _ _____,___________ 28 6 22 D U Knight W-t.-___ 69.19 Court of two the Itallioail State I I of September A. 11. 1910 shall.ame be submitted to the elector. of ,_ _ 'b
Sift 3 In COI'nl..loIPt. Dated. thin 9th day of August A. Ielection
1115 ft0)____ 28 6 U -.T. M. Alvare. -------- 62.84 Lots 128 Block' 22 Tern- "''' ifjCt.j ,f. of the Slate of . D. 1030. the State of Florida at the general
j ; tl te b..1I' In -BIOCk14n0w0 pies addition ________ 28 6 22 J.V.. Edwara.I jj,.,._---- 6.11 For One Member of the House ofltepresentatives O. W. ALDERMAN. to be held on the first Tuesday _
list aid lot a.. Starkee One lot of land boundod J Ebv. . of the Slat of r'lur Clerk of Circuit Court Brad after the first Monday In November _

N by Call Temple avenue S" by Ida fold County 1930 for ratification or r*- _ _
h""n"ed( Peek B loY Pi'alt ..t. W by *Hivndersnn ',I, For County Surveyor. 8-15-5t-9-12 Florida Jectlon. 'e'
by, t' 1.. lot J. 30.ft Lane N by land of N T.Rltch For Five County Commissioners.For Section 12. For a period of fifteen _
; '
& IJ: bY 28 6 22 D. E. Knight' ,------- B5.60 except one lot 100 -" 'Ihrce Members of the County yenra from the beginning of opera _
-- ---- ft square In 8E corner. 28 6 22 H. W. Hayes ..___4____ 5.51 Unnrd of Public Instruction. tOTICH OF A rrl'A"IO. FOIL ton, al hl".trll, plants whlrkj
mock 22 OrIginal' One lot of land' bounded N For Justice of the Peace In and 'I'.t: : In this State o* _
. 22 D.: C. Jones __________ 36.45Goo. .
6 -
_______ 28 .
____ )
11 by Block 31 Original for the following Justice Districts. or after July 1st. 1929 engaged pr4.
II Block 22 OrigInal .44 Town n A: S by Ry & W vi.: n manly luring said period In Ik* ,
Marcotte _______ 61 Notice Is given, that R.
,__________ 28 6 22 by Thompson st _______ 28 8 22 n. M Sparkmun _____ 38.84 No. 1. 5. 7. Andrew holder hereby. of Tax Certlflcnt, manufacture of steel I vessels automobile -

IIft 1.01.. 2 4 Block 19 Bank 268.50 One lot 105 ft square In RW .' For Constable In and for the following No. 18. sixth day ot August, A. D tires, fabric and te.tflea. '

mel Town _ ______211 8 22 Bradford County Corner of SWJ4 of SW\%_ 28 8 22 E. W. Dilggers Hut. _. 2.64 Justice District, via: 1928 has filed said certificate In inotllce wood pulp, paper: paper bars, fiber

It of \V'.44 Iota II 4I 30Mrs. Residence Block (Oasklns) "" No. 1. 2, 6, 7. and made application for tax board. automobiles I automobileparts .
D. C. Jones ...____.. 54.
6 23 1
Tnwn 28 In aircraft, aircraft OUuo
Original parts
'k I 19 bounded N by Madison st. \ tatlmnnyVh..r."f. deed to Issue thereon In accordance _
(lx N 10 ft ot WIi//) H by Adams st S by Lafayette I' have b.r.unlo III'hlud with law. Said Certificate emhrncn and Cockerv Manufacturers and there

I oI4, ft lot 8 block 20 Bontta E. Jones 36.75 st &; W by stOne .___ 28 6 22 Ed Burns _, _______117.38 I the great the described property sit flnlna of sugar and oils, and In-
,eel Town _____ 28 8 22 ,- lot EZMi ft by 105 ft In ( seal of the state of FlorIda .folowlnll'll'adrord county, Florida by-products or derivative ,
NT-3 corner of lot 7 lying at Tullahasxee. the to-wit: Incident to the manufacture of aa,
l&FrarlLtRA& Capital, this l the twenty of the above products shall b* i
Block :UInRI 220 ft S of Madison .st &: Northeast quarter of Southwest
W Town 60.ft 28 8. 22 J. P. Klckllter) Jr..... 6.41 bounded N by Edward third day of August A. LR >. quarter except 1 are In Northwest empt from an taxation except that .; ,

27 OrIginal K by Sunders st. _______ 28 8 22 H. O. Mason _______-_ 344 1930., corner for school. .('tlnl 27 Township no exemption which "h.l become effective _ _
Block __ ____ 28 6 23 A. K. ...___ 36.45a. One-third Interest lots 1 4 A. ORAV.i 6 South Itange 20 by virtue of amendment
n 53310Ck28 n- Block 2 J. D Jones addition t Secretary of Stat aero I'aat-a shall extend beyond the year. 1248. .. .

,.!. I Town 3 .._n___ 28 6 221. C. Sweat & SlHters. 7.79 _ ____________. 28 8 22 Turner. MottXfc Clarrl. 8.48 To W. J. Epp..rlun. Sheriff Iliad The assessment of 'said property The exemption herein authorised) 1 ,

I 2 In81 4 6 &. WI,{, lots 1- 3Ik Beg at NW Corner of Hay 0: . ford County. l ti-S-t-tt1-3t I under the said ,'..rUtlrat.Issued wa shall and not UNc apply>d by to, leal such estate Industrial owned I ,
lot TOft In the name of Wallace NeddUnlesa .
28 ex 1 &; Madison & run N
ft In N'V corner 105 ft. W 330 ft to Broad FOR TAX said. certificate ..h,1 be redeenod plant except the real estate occupied 1 J4'
70 Eut. 45.98 ..FU10T1I
Town .___ -_ 28 6 22 T. W. Sweat ----- st S on said st 105 OF "' to law, deai a* location: required tonouHA ,
toil way / : acror.lna '
a. H1m'k 32 J. M.n1blltlofl ft to Madison st thence 'IIP :\ will .. on the Silt day. of ICII''I ,. plant and thbuildings .4
15.03 -
__ 28 8 23 A. n. Uraddock ------ situate .
u_ B on said st 302 ft to \.. Sept. A. D. IfUO lr.I..rt
32 J. It!. beg _ ____________ 28 8 22 !Mrs Jnsiphln rI3dwaicls 47.77 Notice I is hereby given that n. Dated, this Oth day of Aug. A. D thoreon, together' with such hinds a* .
H1n"k -
S 6 R. It!. Sparkmon _____ 4.32a. A. of lax 1030. may be required. for wa'.hou. ,
fle adlIl1on, __. ______,28 6 22 Block 3 DnwIlng'H sub dlv. 28 8 22 II. J. Dowllng .-_..... 16.52te fa"lln..r.. h"ll..r day of O W. ALDHRMAN storage, trackage* and fa. 'p) "

mo"k 34 J. M. JohnllIlln" 22.17 Lots 1 2 Block 2 City Park \ ,', A. D 1928. hn fllud said cllltlnM beIng used ahh'plli
!M. Inrnan _____.__ Clerk Circuit Court I pur-
._- .______ 28 8 22 sub dlv __ __________ ...__ 28 6 22 .H. Wiggins -___-_- 2.54 In my otllce and made. apptlcittlo' County Iradforo. poses. ant
1 3 flock liT' J. 1 IIf.II. Jones. 32.88 Lot 4 Block 2 City Park for tux deed to Issue thereon In accoidance 8-g-fit-9-B. 5NOT1'i'3 hEll)
I.IIIlnn, ._ ____ 28 6 22 D. p. ---------- sub dlv __ _______._____ 23 6 22 Walter J. Redmond __ 1.57Edwuid with law Said certlflontembrace -

1 5 RInck 1 L. T. & 6 22 J.V.. Edwards. ______ 18.60 Block I 1anklns nddltlon" 29 8 22 Burns _____ 45.08 the following describeproiieity A JOINT RRSOMJTION ProjioslnieAn C's',
oh"'lnn"' .___- 28 Commencing at SW cornerof situated In Bradford. connly Amendment I to Mectlcin 11 of
mock I I.. Too & Coc.on . Madison &: Myrtle st. Florida to-wlt ArtIcle IX of the Constitution <>(
3.43 :
C. I.. Peek _________ ,
____ 28 6 :
._ .. __ & run S 210 ft W 210 ft Cast bali of Block 30, n* extended I the Stats of Kl-irldn Helatln. I.'Vaxatimi .
Rlo..k Ii L. T. & --.-. ) N 210 ft to Madison st lix South I 10ft fenUilglnal Notion, Is hereby given. ta all run, and "" 0 as to .
Snellgrove ____ 7.8"( on Hnsey's: Map
O.Y'. .
____ 28 6 22 ... ruined that the Council "
,lion ..__ thence Jo! on said l st 210 [ :: Town of Starke Section 3 City of I til provide Authority for the MInts if ,

S I T 8 (9 I L T & COB. C. L. Peek ___________ 34.68 ft to beginning In liaskins' Township A, South llange, 22 Kuit.Th I'lly nf !!tRrli.. JrlJldo. ..Illlt an II Florida to Levy and Collect Inheritance I, '
_____ 28 6 22 lion 'd of .. .., ,
,tlun. __ addition _ _______ 29 6 22 II. C. & C' S. lloltendorf assessment of said property i < or Estate Taxi Under '
.9 In Block 11 L. T. .. _____ 26* .66B utiucr the said, ct i.tlflcate l Issued wa. August 6th, A. D., 1 19.10: tnsde the fol. Certain Conditions 'O
J. Pearce __________ 27.63 lowing changes In the tax .
P. assessnfnt
28 8 22 -
.. .
"L RlfIlllon "-' Commencing 210 ft S of '." In the name of F. 11 Long. BIO IP HKSOI.VEI I

[h..k 14 I._ T. &_COB._ 28 8 22 Joe Qrlffls. ________ 4 32 H\V corner of Madison & '. Unless said certificate shall be deed redeemed roll for ns fl.,1. by Notice the City In fur-TaAMsessor I.ATUHW OF ITtT .i4Igr ,
': to law. tax FLOIllDAt:
""tn" -- - Myrtle sts' run Son Myrtle ac'ordlnl
5 S T 8 9 Block 16 L. ________ 54.30Mrs. st 210 ft W 210 ft N i ', ,<- will .... lh.reun on the 22nd day at thor II.n that to the be City l'oun"i will. That. the ,
Unknown a
1'00 ,Iolltlon __ __ 28 6 23 210 ft li 210 ft to beginning of " A. 1>. 1930 ,' nu..t,1 at h..h 11.I IHtarke Section 11 of Article' X of the Con.
18 L. T. & .___ C'S' 20lh day of August A. day .pt."her City dilution ef the State of Florida relating
I T 1II0ck E. B. Bennett lOst 6.21 In ClaHklna' add 29 6 22 C. <&/ Holta..ndorf U.I. < at R 00* o'clock will
: ,
28 8 23 p.m. c'
addlUn" _ _____ 1.82 D. IB hear to Taxation and Finances be,
from such or agentsas
Block 19 LIV1DIt O W. ALDERMAN al ow."r. and the I I.. to
i I III II Commencing 210 ft W of desire and file name hereby agreed *
Truby & Co.. ad- HW corner Madison and vWt (Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court appear com and shall be submitted to the electors '

II.' .__..________ 28 8 23 Livingston Co. - _Truby______&___ 225 Myrtle Ms & run W 210 ,t '.'SB Bradford County, Florida. rlalnt.said as l to Board thu valuations ot Miiualls-rs as fixed.n,1 of the State of Flnrldl at the '
ft to Westmorland st .. 8-22-5t-v-19. the Oenernl Election. to h.ld on the ,
I why
thence S mida 420 ft valu..Uo" first after the first Men- .
L. on Tuesday > ,
2336/ Iota) .
C.A21.. addition ______ 28 6 22 C. L. Peek ___________ 18.60 K 210 ft N 420 ft to beginning I l'6. 'j.' .. 10-U'1'] OF ICJ.KCTIOV 111 I'nr..r 1 changed and lots 357 Block 26, day In November A. D. 1930 for

n 14.81119101111klt % designated on -h' .," Town. Hon. 28 Twp. 6. Range ratification or reJ.ct.n. that In t. I

on, :_ L.. T.___&___Co.____ad-___ 28 4 22 C. L. Peek _________- 6.41. a map* Clark of OasklnM 2 A Block addition___ S9 6 22 C.' C. 8."'Holt- I. H. C. Wall, mayor. of Stark.I II-Mh.1'.000.Petroleum Corporation the say. that Constitution.. of the ArU"I.Btato IX ut of I __ __ __ -

1 t21314Biock24L. .endorf "' __.___ 10.89 Florida, by virtue of One lot 70x70 feet In Northwest Florida relating to Taxation and Finances -
28 8 22 Unknown -------- VII ed In me by law. do hereby be amended to read '_ _ _
____ so a* afollows
4 Cos. addition Lots 7 8 9 lOin Everly's election to be held at the city Corner of Blk 28. Original Town Sen.

1184111213U addition ____________ 29 6 22 R. 11. 8lark"y _______ II.U In the aforesaid city, by the v".t-I 28 Twp. 6. Range 2--Standard Oil : j.
Lots I 2 16 16 less B 20 ft to (2600. Unction 11. No taxes upon Inheritances ,
T. & Coa. adRUl -
'k 25
p _I._ ____________ 28 8 U William C. Prather -_ 18.90i & '}(, acre In NB cornerof find tember voter.9th there 1930, on for purpose All' ,,;26"f T. A Cos. Addition or upon the Income of resident !, .
& BEVi of BEVi\ less E 20 Section 6. Rang 22-A.llessent or cltlien of this Mt.te stiaB _ _
i 9 IB nJock 25 L. T. of electing the following officers: -
additIon ________ 28 8 2Z Livingston Truby & Co. B.21 ft ________________ 29 6 22 0. C. Sweat ________ 4:112: One Mayor. -(500 ("00.*) be levied by the State of Florida or "
3 1.7 acres land bounded K Three Alderman.. Lot *6 7 Hlk. 2, Temples. Addition under 4ts authority and '

4 6 Rlock 27 T.T.: 28 8 23 -.. A. Starling' ------- 1414 by' Hlltch place S by Rv On. Clerk Treasurer and Tax Collector Sec. 28. Twp 6, Han it.2 2 -Trill,y ok: bn exempt from l"x"loI to the head
addilion _ W by st N by N line of Thomas Refrigerator Co.-1250 to of the family t'"aleln. this Stale. ,
_ _
6 7 HInck 29 L. T. & 28 8 22 Mable Helen Mersereau 13.15 SE'/ of SlIM ,._n___?__. 29 6 22 I1..rt Bogart ___._ 8.71 one Tax Assesior 15110( hou.ehold I rU.a' personal; _ _
addition _ _______ l 2 Acres In NW corner of One Marshal Sinclair Refining C"I'"r..onal- feels to the of five 'I

,' 30 u".pt lot 3L.T.__ 28 8 2B C. L. Peek ___._____-_ 12.35 PK'i' of SDVi\ &; 6 acres In Inspectors of said election: T. N. I1B60.00 to (1760,00railAmerican ) ((160000) Dollars, provided. : ''I
0.. addition _____ \
that the Legislature
HW corner of NE'xi of 1 Petroleum Corpora may provide
It. U. A.
I. 1110..k 32 except: lot__ 28 8 It C. L. Peek' ____________ 2.54 SE% _ ___nn_______ 39 A 23 FJdwar'l hUms _ ____ 20.09 ::t'ICk. tlon-l'6r"'lol-'UI to (1760. the assessment. levying and collee ________
.. T. & add Itlon ..
-- ---- --- ---- -- -- - -- --- -- - ----- -- In testimony whereof I hereunto -Personal. I tlon of a tax upon Inherltancws of _ _ _ I
I 2 Blork 16 III: 30 38. UOHH--HUult.: did you go: to r'I loi'Klti. lot. an order to sell I at pllvnte subscribe my name and cause the -(1000) to (2760.00Pucker for the levying of Emote taxes. not
ole 3 4 Block 15 & 10th .. sale the one-sixth undivided In- seal of the said I to be affixed of exceeding In the the
c l'lor.dar'"r.onllOOtu all'lr.a"
4 lodge meeting last
1 1. H 3R ft lots 3 your night. tei'BMt each of said. \ Minor's In and this the 6th day 'August, A. 1>. (160000* amounts whlih may . nf II
I, U 1.. T. & Co. Sub 8 23 Annie Mack Coleman__ 13.72 Hufus-.Nab. suh. We done to the following described lands to- 19.10. Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph the United) States bo allowml to be "
_.________ 28
have to it. wit: II C. WALL PelHonill(616 to (15011Staike ( irvcllted against or ,1"duc'"C from
lots 1 2 & all lote 3 4 lrns pone The Southwest quarter riF the (Seal) Mayor of Hlarko, Florida Hardware Co.-Personal I any similar tax ..
ok IT & WV. Iota I 2cli BOBS-How was that. Northeast quarter. Section Thirty- 8-8-61-9-5. -(.000* to 1261)0.Fruit ) or taxes on estates assessed or le

\ lot 4 Block 18 Pullum .______ 22.77 Kufns-De Gran All-Powerful six (36). Township' H ven (7), Month llrower IJxp. Co.-Pro Hilt lud) by the United States on the same
T. & ('nM. ..u" dlv ____ 28 8 22 D. P. Kange Twentv-two ((22), Kast: of the value F. ( I. Kx Cars-$6A* .on to $ l 00.i subject, but the power of the I.<-KI.' _
(N 21 23 26 27 .x lots Invincible Mont Supreme Uncon- Tallahassee Meridian. containing 40 J 1O'l'i4'I0 OF APPLICATIONfrOlt Postal Telegraph Cabin Cu.-I'Jx- lulure to levy such Inh"rlanc. ;

4 4 BJork 27 & lute 3 querable Potentate done got beat acres more or lensssld, land lying, TAX IE9l) less wire-$.100*) to $10000) or Estate .. II Itat.

lock 28 L. T. & Coe.U & Co. 8.49 and being In nrdCuCd.-County.. Flor- Seaboard Air Line Railway Co.- shall exist only so long as, and
Truby .
dlv. __ .__________ 28 6 22 Livingston. up by his wife. ida Notice Is. hereby given, that If. R Valuation main track .iie Hpur ail Ing the time, 11 similar, tax Is en.forced -
3 4 Fllo'k 30 & jot- 3 19T\1I\ 5th day of September, A. I). Schroeder holder of Tax. Certifies switch track Pro rato to appurtenant by the United Htate* ags.AntFioriia
'ck 31 L. T. & COli. .ub Truby* Co. 2.84 19JOMttS. No. lilt the 6th day of Aug. A. V. supplies pro rate rolling stock- i : Inheritances I or Estates an*
__n______ 28 8 22 .- Livingston SO PH ItO:>lIA CHKSSRU: 192$, hal filed said certificate In my .4,6Hll* to 149,120. shall only lie exercised or enforced

I 4 or WY{, Rlock 34 9-5-61-10-3. OuardlunIINK oHlcn al1 made application for tax Western Union Telegraph Co.- to the extent of absorbing. the
,. I 'rruby Coa. lIub deed to issu thereon In accordance Pole,, line Kx wire-$91 I u to $150000 amount of any deduction or credit
: ___ 28 8 22 Lulu Duhart -. ______ 11.76 BROOKER with law. Said certificate. embrace 4 We the undersigned :do hereby cer which may be permitted by the 'law.
2 3irNIj- -- -Blnck 3IiT. \TICMKVr! the following described property situated Lily that the above and foregoing I,, of the United Hiatus now or I -
.I.tln. ,
Miss Pearl c.
& Cn. ..uh "Iv ___._ 28 8 22 Alfred Barne ----- 11.46 in Biadford County Florida. u true and correct list of the real hereafter enacted to be e'llm.d' b, )

RJ"'k 40 L. T. & CoB.h . Report of the condition of The to-wlti I and personal pronerty equnlt.ed b" reason thereof a* a deduction _ _
28 8 22 BIllie Brown ........ 7.89I Hunk Five Com. at point 100 ft. the City ( sitting a* a boar"ot credit against 1 such
dlv. .__. _________- Mr. J. A. Abbott of Plant City of Rtarke at Htarke, Via, In acre a 'ouncl similar
3 mnrk 41 L. T. & the State nf Florida at the clone of West of Hallway track on North 6q tax of the United .talse
hUh dlv. _ ________ 28 8 It Joaeph Grant ------ 4.32 spent the week-end here. He was business June 80lh 1(30Itesfturre line of Southeast quarter of Northwest In witness whereof we hereby subscribe applicable to Florida la.herltance .
T. & Coc.I . &: run Houth parallel our names on the date. above or itstfttec. The Legis. 'l
JIInrk U >'ed home by Ma wife quarter
i> dlv. __ __________ 28 '8 22 Julius. Butler ._ ___.... 2.54. accompan Loans and Discounts ____$$256,401 with Hallway 346 ft; thence Weston 11.ltlOI.d.C.. lature 0..1 provide for the appro (
CO" and children who had spent two Overdrafts -___ ______ U5.93 same variations 660 ft., thence F. JOOVFR. prlatlon all taxes collected under ( '

'dlv.flock' 43_ _L.__ .T.___&__- 28 8 22 Laura Whltmore ..... 6.22 weeks here with friends and rela- United States Honds ____ 8.300.00 North at right angle to North line Chairman ot Ciy nun"l.. this. Article to such State, County I,' .
County and Municipal of said 40; thence Mast on sold line CIty 110111. Municipal or Kilucnllonal\ purpose 0.
1 1"ck 43 L. T. & Co. Bros. .. 2.99!! llcnda-------------- of In Section : a. It deem advisable.
22 Hoover --- 11.1100.00 to point beginning 28. ATTIHTI may
h dlv. _._.__ ______...._ 28 II tives.Mrs. C. _ ;
J. D. Baxter Mrs. Mamie Securities deposited with Township 6 South Range 33 East. Fl'J. ,
Block 45L.r.&CON a. Plgford ..._____ 789 state treasurer for stockholders containing, 5 more or le.s. City 8-29,3t-9-12. ;_ _ ', -
H. acre.
, I h) dlv. ._ __ __________ 28 I 22 Ward and Mrs. J. A. Abbott spent Iteserve Fund__ 3,000.00 The assessment of said property A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing 'i: ,'j

11 'mork 48 L. T. & Co. Truby A Co. 1.46 Banking House Furniture under the said certificate Issued NOTICM An Amendment to Article IX 'f., ______
28 8 U Livingston Wednesday in Hampton guests of wa __
__ the
h dlv. .. ___________ and Fixtures _______ 7.500.00 In the name of W. U. Knight. Constitution of the Slate ef ,' _ .
lot I Ttloclc4lL.) T. & 4.32 Mr. and Mrs. L, A. Wynn and Mrs. Florida br Adding Thereto an Ad .,
Other Heal shall be
i Blib IllY. Z8 8 22 Haxel William. ----- K tate Owned. 9.291.61 Unless said certificate, Notice I* hereby given to all person < ditional Section to Me Known .
, 1 lot : 4ij-c-i--.i: Della Priest. Claim and other Itesources I rsdemed according to law tax deed havln.claim of any kind or "$ectIon 13" a* ,________
2 Ilelatlng to
FIlnek the
3.43 _ ___________ 1.90000Cash will Issue thereon the 16th Taxation
English on day
__ 28 8 U Jim ------ the County
Rub dlv. ________ Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Matheny and fr.dfor" of Motor ,
on hand and due from of September A. It. 1930 Bank ot .t..rke. unless nw IT riEHoLVEn _ _
I & N'I(, lot a Block 3 A. B. Braddock 36.45 son. Erma made a business trip banks . ____ __t____ 104.1(303 Dated this 16th day of August, A such .. 'lIBrlla. to the LATUHW OF Tif T.KUI-, ._ _ _
28 II 22 ------- TUB Of _ _
t & l'ruby &ddltIon Cash Items for Clearing. ..28.14 O. 19.8. Liquidator of said Bank within .TAT1
IIRlnck C N. 3. 27.53 to Dade City last Friday.Mr. Tax Certificate __ .____ 2.8T.1AI : O W. ALDERMAN months date of this n 1. FLnilll: ;' I
Carantia. the
'tIN ddltlnn 8 U A. K. ----- Erma Hazen Seal Clerk of : c.1 following amendment le
2" itDU Ellis! Zelgler ( ) Circuit Court same na".tho barred Article IX of the
I 3 4 5 8iii ; _____ 72.15 Total -------- ----____14(4.095.14 Bradford County Florida, the Chapter 7936. Law Constitution of the I -
!. Alvares B. spent few Htate of '
.J. Jon.." addition ___ 28 8 22 J. It and A. Surrency a I '.I.l>lIttl.. By BLANCHE: ALDUKMAN. of .. I Florida relating to Taxa I '

"N I ft Iota t II 6nk days In Apopka and Winter Oar- Capital Stock paid In____$ 15.00000 8.1-lt-.1. Deputy Clerk You will present all claim to the tion and additional Finance section, by adding I thereto '

F. N. .1. JoneB ad- _. 15.33 '.. I Hurplus Fund - .__.._ 33,00000 Liquidator at Stark : an to be know
__ 8 22 .1. It!. Alvare den last und.rMlgn.c 13" providing for Ike _
'Ofl _____ U Undivided profits ______. 1. 69.18Utockholders :n"a -ttn
4 5 8 oIIock FJ ext"1 Lorenu Green spent last Statutory Liability J10TKH Of .4 ppr.I"T'Ol FOIl lorld. JOS H. taxation of motor vehicles _ _ _

N 6 ft N. .1. JoflelIttIo Walnwrlght 38.111 week in Jacksonville with friends Reserve Fund __ 8." 0.00 TAX .:I Bradford WU.ON. be and the same Is herebyagreed

_______..28 6 *2. Mary O. Deposits ______ .-____ IIIS.Uf.1 Lquldator. M'arke. Florida to and shall be submitted te _ _ _ _

'I I 3 4 8 7 8 Block I O. Walnwrlght li..! and relatives. Bills payable _n __..-__. 60.000.00 Notice le hereby given, that H. R It.rke. Florida, July 10, 1930. the Florida qualified I for ratification electors of or the rejertloe Stale of

addition ___ U I U Mary Mr. Guy and Herbert Parrlsh Schroeder. holder of Tax CertificateNo. .
rhl"ay 7-1.I..I. at the Ueneral Election to b. t,
ad- Total ______-____.___.|.II4.fl9 .1 4 I 137. the 6th day of August A. ..
1 HIghway
".htI I::n _________ U 8 22 Blanche M. Walnwrfkht (4.30 spent Friday night In Jackson'' "State' of Florida. County of Brad U 1311, has filed said certificate In HOIICM OF KLKCTI<)> on the first In November Tuesday. after A. D the, f.. _ _ _ _

2345I7 8 Block I'fh..ay Wainwright 18.60 ville. ford. 88! rnr odlee and mad application for that drY say. there shall be .44<4 _ _ _ _
Mary O. -- 1. It. J. Davis. Cashier of the above
addition ___ U 6 U tax deed to Issue thereon In accordance .
I Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Baxter and named Bank do solemnly swear that WHEREAH Th. Legislature of to IX of the Constitution e< .

""sn I I Templee______ad-___ U 8 23 Bradford County Bank 45.38 son. Grady Mr. and Mrs. C. J. the best above of statement knowledge I. true and to belief tb. with the law.following Bald described certificate property embraces .- nai. under State the of Con.tlturnn. of..* 1886 four the and. of finance Florida, an relating additional to taxation me-' _

; 4 7fl'I T.mple.I 4091 and Mrs. J. R. Mott and my situated In Bradford County. Joint' Resolutions lon to be known .
Inman Crews official f amendment as .ctlon 13" or
Mrs. O. M. -- and that It I Is In to proposing
21 response _____
____________ 28 8 Florida lo-wlr _to the Constitution of the said Article, which shall read fo ____
attended the picnic at Wild- notice to report by the Comptroll.rof '
2 family .
Block I T.mplel of Northwest lows u
D. E. Knight ______ 18.60 the Htate of Florida. State of 1llrlda. and the same were - : a I
litlon ____ 28 II 21 quarter all Northwest quarter of Meet Ion 13. Motor .
wood Monday.Mrs. (Seal) It. .1. DA VIM.C.ehl.r.. ?r.d.i vote of th'ee-flfth Vehicles *.>
4 5 BlockI: DempleB Northeast quarter West ot Hallway (>f all the member elected each property shall be subject to .1\, l("
'd 27.53 Ward and family
__ P .
____ T. I
lttlnfl II 22 D. R Knight Bx 3V4 Acre sold Hufus Martin & muse that the one form of taxation ____
__________ 28 COKHECT-ATTEHT ; vote on said Joint which sht ____________
dlU1 II10ck I T.mpl. have moved to Wildwood. 1']. R MATTHKWB 1 L acre to Mary J. Robinson, Section Resolution were ntrcl upon their license tax for the operation

________ II 21 Truby Thoma Refg 1..14 S J. W. ANDHBWS,,8r. 16, Township 6 South Hang 33 idast, respective Journals I with the yea such motor vehicles. which llvon-ei L
28'1 Co. - -------- A. M. UAHUr. containing 40 acres, more or lee*. and nay thereon, and they did determin. tax shall be In such amount and loved

o I I 1 4 Block STm- _______ 18.80 Apalachicola Apalachicola DIrector.. .n-:. : : property and direct that the said for such purpose a. the Legl*... _ _ _ _
r'e I d dillon _ _!..____ U II 23 D. E. Knight river bookkeepers association Subscribed and sworn to before the :3tltf""I Issued was Joint Resolution be submitted to tore may by law provide, and'
"I Block, I T.mpIe ..d4 '.81 me this Uth day of July, 130B. In the the electors of the Stale at the O.n- be In lieu of all ad valorem taxes mmessahle '
U;'" 28 8 II-C. L. Peek ------- shipped carload 3.000 gallons Public Unless .10 c.rtflcat. .h.1 b* redeemed eral Klxcllon In November 1(30. against motor am ',
---- -------- 1']. McIlAE Notary v.hld.
; i Block 7 T.mpl. ________ 1..3'BI" fancy tupelo honey to New York; My commission expire Oct. 21. mi. will Issue thereon deed NOW1. THBRHFOIl. I. M. A. personal property. _ _ _ _
L. peek on the 15th day OUAY
lItton Secretary of
23 State of
___:.______ 28 8 the -
tft I" loll and lot. ten carloads to follow shortly of September, A. D. 193O. 141st.' of Florida, do hereby no- The
< k Riviera Fire truck reconditioned M.iSTKIfS SALE Dated this Kth day of August A. tloe that a .Iv. vote east In compliance wln '
lf' SPECIAL aid
TempI. < -
Uo"o a 22 D. C. Knight ..____ 1890 D. U30 Ufo1"fo1R'I. JcLECTIOTE proposed. am.ndment... and! _ _ _ _
28 6 ...
------ at cost of 300. a W. ALDERMAN. anvass, and refer M
will be held In each .
In lot 4 & South county In Flor.dn hereof, shall be subjected te 'MHam. _ _
f Hereby notice I I. given that .under (Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court on i Tuesday next
ft the
In lot 6 block 9 '.81 and by virtu of that certain final Bradford County. Florida.By first .u".dlnl regulation and restriction .. ,
Brown -------- < >IA r ALB' In O. _________
ilia addition _ __ ::18 II 22 H.\E. 10TICH OF JUAItl decree of foreclosure made by the ALDERMAN.. 9tn, MondaY are provided by laW for genera ____
10 A T. -- IINCHI Tuesday being the elections In the Florida
ddltlo"k;: ..11I judge of the Twenty-sixth Judicial Deputy clerk fOtllTII )
Peek OF
C. L. -------,1.
k -- ----____ 28 I 22 Notice I. hereby given that thirty Circuit' In and for Bradford County, for the ratification NO"IH.I IN TESTIMONY WUKRR
I la' &, lot. 8 9 lG 11 11 day. after date hereof on to-wit; Florida.' In Chancery on the Bth day NOTICK' Of APPLICATION Foil the said Joint Resolutions proposing 0. I have ".

: 14 TampI.u Peek 29.15IUnnc the 6th day of October A. D. 130 of August. A. D.. 130 In favor of amendment* to the Constitution hand and affixed '________
C. L. ----- TAX DEED of _____
11'0' --_________ U 8 22 I. the und.r.lwn.d Ouardlan of Har.ley .....* Hague and against[ Ellis h* State of Florida via' theQrent Deal of the _
% ; k 21) -.---.. ad- Bitch 14.1. ('h...".. Clyde Chesser and Jer- Braddock. widow and heir of A. HBraddock. V. JOINT RESOLUTION SEAL State of Florida, at Tatlahassee. -
H. ----- Proposing
'01Ii\ 1 ----_____ u S 21 3. eld Chesser Minor Heirs of Henry. deceased 1. and Ellin Ilrad- I\is hereby given that C. II An Amendment to Section 6 of Ar. the Capital

io. 3 Block U T.m- L. Peek ___ '..111Itttnt 1... Chesser. I>Deceased will apply to dock a* administratrix cum testa- CIrn holder of 1-a of 'fax C.rtifi.cats " !1. IX of the Constitution of the this the twenty-third.
__ 28 1 II C. the Honore>ble U_. A. Gardiner menlo alis.*. of the estate of A. B. No. 393. the 4th day of Aogu.tA . Slat of Flerld* Hcletlnsr t
: : _13Tntple._ ad- U I U 3. t- Peek ___ J.'f County Judge of.. Bradford County Braddock deceased and Blue Brad- D. Jl. ha. 11.0 said certificate ,B IT RESOLVED BIT TILE"L_ I"- -l-lt-10-24. Secretary ft. A. CRAT.ot'I SIste. t4 __


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i cation. We may be wrong but returned from Plant City Saturday: -
r Bradford County TelegraphEstablished I'where they have been visiting.
we've had closer contact with local TIIERESSA IIADIPTy

a G{ 1877 \ I From Other Pens I school children than most business I M'.. Ilfc.*:*i..Jl.n 'Cor.,, I Mr.'Sunday Henry! ,Padgett" ...wa*, visitinghere' alww?

} places and. these areour Imprea ,
.. -, - .. ---- -- -- .. .. fr-.ii ii .mm.mmmmmt i .Ion*.-Wauobula Advocate. We are having a revival meet-
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class Gene Matthews ot Starke has* Mr*. F. Fender e.tertalned.with Ing at the Baptist church every visited Mr. PhlllJp8 II I..ske It
swimming party and supper .t friends '
a Everybody has an invitationto and
i'tf' # been mentioned as gubernatorial One of the"most, needed and appreciated relatiry,
Matter at the Post Office at Starke Florida beautiful Crystal lake Saturday af attend. last Sunday.
timber. Gene would make an ex- piece of road construction Mr.
affair T.
ternoon. Those present at this J. Thomas ]
E. S. Matthews ____________________ Owner and PublisherJ. cellent governor and the newspaper to be \undertaken in this section report having had a splendid ter. Miss Loren aDd M
fraternity of the state will be of the, state In some time IS Thomaa' visited, !
C. Robinson __ _______ Managing Editor time. parents M h,
y y y+ ? _, ------------ for him if gets In the race two the widening ojf the Lake City Mr. and Mrs John Halt and RISING Haynes. aDd IS

,' + r rh I years hence. Inverness Chronicle highway fronvBaldwin Jackson-- children and his ulster, Mrs. W. M MlM Irl. MelUie. Car. Miss Delia Phillip
t SUBSCRIPTION RATE I ville, a distance of 19 miles. This Bender and children of Earlton her, was the guest ot ,La\t\

75c In Advance 0--' stretch of read is probably used with relatives. last frleQdi
I Yearly $1.50; Six Months -Payable spent the week-end here Sunday
Florida is of than other road< In the The revival meeting closed at
1' J Jh Advertising Rates 'on ApplicationOne paying pensioner more .,ny Mr. Mae Braunen
the war between the states $96- state. At Baldwin the Starke-Cal- Mr. Hamilton and a number of Corinth last Friday night. Eight of Jacksonville\ andek
.. - 'comes the Lake members were added to the churchby are VIBltlRt|
{;,, : 000 this month Another Interesting lahan road into boys from Jacksonville are at Brannen's mother
editorial writer says "Deliver us from the law I point Is that of the 2,380I City highway, which places double Hamilton Camp at Crystal Lake baptism and six by letter nlre. Mn yi I
I from Baldwin Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Raulersonand
pensioners drawing the $40 duty upon the stretch for a few days. Rev. F. M.
makers. Taylor
I monthly only 44 are old soldiers. to Jacksonville. Constructionof Mr. William Packham of Starke children of Plant City and Mrs. J. p. Sullivan E J Jt,

p s i f 0 Starke Telegraph. Not many of .the shoulders for the road be- wall visiting his parents .tr. and Mrs J. J. Anderson of Dover, were Prist attended the and-J
rl t the old fellov.-s Wauchula few at Baldwin and visiting Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Mc- New |Rill
left.- gan a days ago tint !
Packham here Sunday -
the other fellow does Mrs. W. W. Association
As long as it applies to justice
Advocate. l hi now proceeding rapidly toward Rae Wednesday afternoon enrouteto with the North which ee

seem to lag. Jacksonville. A large crew of men and H. D. Jacksonville to visit relatives. Pleasant 1 0
-- Mr 0. W.; lII son Mr. church last Sunday
_ AchenjV are at work on the road and are II. M. McRae, J. L. Underhill
11 : o- One way to get rid of surplus May members of the school hoard O. L. Harrison and
The and M. L. Oliver attended church tamp
located at Baldwin. program
1 t, 111'' r lots Is being tried in Frostproof were In Starke Monday: Miss Kathryrn Wp.eHt ?}
Winter Haven Herald tells of a Scotch gangster who took calls for the widening of the high- Mrs. S. R. Swindell was visiting at Magnolia Sunday. ping in we"Q
where the city council offers lots Jacksonviu'
$ the four feet which will give a Mrs. H. L.-llaltlwanger of Jack- last ]
r his victim for a walk. free of charge and clear of all en- way Mrs. R. M. Hersey Saturday af day.
i : feel twenty-foot clearance, making it sonville was visiting her uncle and
cumbrances and taxes ternoon.Mr. Marlon Sullivan
to !
anyone\ ,
i: a- safe and ample to take rare of the aunt. Mr. and Mrs. II. M. McRae Ind talliQI
will John Jordan and Mr. JlmI -
k.(7hel' r who build a house costing not' Miami are visiting her, ,, ,
Exchange says the main seasons of the year are the less than $750.-Starke Tele- heavy traffic now forced to move I mie Swindell were visiting the lat Sunday. Mr. O. L. Harnso,
It Is Those who attended the birth- aDd
_ dI r tab) +' graph. Does It work?Wauchula over the sixteen-foot road. ter's parents Mr. and Mrs S. R. terse and !Mrs, n 1 i. di|
hunting and fishing seasons. be of Bro'l
expected that the work will day at the home Mr.
Advocate. 'I Swindell and family Sunday event MrsrW children attended Sniul
fr I! completed early next year and and R. Halslop":glven In du
-. ta" River Baptist l
1 ''h ,. eventually the road will be widened honor of their son, Fred and Miss AssonHiion II
\ There is something to the saying a girl in love with only Trying to pronounce the namesof from Jacksonville to Lake City. 'Mr/ Fender Brooker was Saturday transactingbusiness I Iris' McRae August 24th, were: crosse last Sunday L
foreign gangsters doing their Mr. and Mrs Ed Dnrt.1
1 herself need never fear a rival. Times-Union. Jim of Misses Mattle and Ellen Normanand ;
dally dozen murders In this coun- Mr and Mrs. Buttery Lawtey, have recentij reiunf
Mr. and Mrs W. C. Ward and ) ,
,J try should be enough to cause -0- Jacksonville spent the week-end : their home after
qR i 1r o a 'Isltlib
JBV children and Mr. Frank and Russell -
sew.I, sire. their shipment across the waters. with her sister Mr. and Mrs. W. Durban's parents Mr 1
that! Among the higher realms of thievery is that of appro- -Starke Telegraph. If they are T. Wallace. Norman. L. Williams. and M'
Miss Lucille McRae of Waldo
; MM priating airplanes for joy 'riding. shipped out we'd like to see the far LAWTEYMr and Miss-Clara Willis of Earlton A. J. Wilson and family

larger proportion of killers with to Keystone
.. were visiting Miss Iris McRae Sun- tbll.
o K. K. Burner Cor.
IIJ pronounceable names south of the where Mrs. Williams' has awla

_, : Married men know there are two sides to every questionhis Mason. and Dixon line go with GRAHAM day.Mrs.. W. F. Harnage of Water- position in the public whwl'

: them-Lake City Gazette. Thede and Bea- r Mr. and Mrs HiJ
Misses Louise 0 L
wife's and his motherinlaw's.Believe oak section were visiting Mr. aid '
,p --- trice Miner spent the week-end In Mrs.. B. M. McRae last week. were visiting In \Vlldwoo4 f
!V o Taxpayers of Orange City have Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs C. B. Roberts I Monday.'
Mrs.1 Mr. and Mrs.- Freeman Crosby:
HI1mil been offered work by the munici- R. S. Wasdtn and Frances Rev.
it or not, the drouth has been blamed for the increase Mr. and Mrs W. C. Wooten were I were visiting Mrs. Crosby's parents Montgomery of Waldo
half of salaries
_ pality, their to be rhee were visiting in Lake preach at the Methodist ttl
visiting in Starke Monday. Mr. and Mrs J. D. Carml heal -:
in price of milk in New York state. paid> In cash and the other half tobe Sunday afternoon. next Sunday morning
: ; Mr. and Mrs. Ft. R. Thede had / in Heilbronn section Sunday. I and ell!

k o used in paying their taxes.- ,a* their guests Sunday, Mr and Mrs. Rosie Jones and 'children Mr. and Mrs. W..T. Crosby were Mrs. Elmore lied of Alt!

Bradford County TelEgraph.How 'MrB. Herman Thede of Jackson- Ruby Mae\ Willie and Hazel and visiting Mrs. Evelyn Wilkerson spent last Sunday with herd ill

Leesburg Commercial editor went to Daytona L'oach! on could a person be a taxpayer when ville.'I u! Mrs. D. J. Byrd all of Tampa, are Sunday, who Is very 111 at the Mrs. O. Haynes. 1

Labor Day to see the first September morn. he doesn't pay his taxes?-Miami Please don't forget the LawteyP. visiting here and In 'Gainesville home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J.v BedetlJ

;,$v 'teudina leach Sun. We'll bite; how?- T. 'A. me'el r"Frldayr' afternoon f or; a while. J I. N., Norman. were business visitors 10 Jut!
ckl'r' O Wauchula Advocate By working, ; r vllle this week.
at'3:30'i"-J": : ' I Mr. R. M. Johnson and son Mr and Mrs. Joe Dobbs of Rai-

Tne first westward flight across the Atlantic was completed It would seem.Another F. B. SkhiperVof> Jacksonvillewas Fred were transacting' business in ford were visiting 1>11'. and Mrs. -
Tuesday by the Frenchmen, Coste and Bellonte. --blow'to-the pocketbook visiting his sister, Mrs. E. E Starke Sunday. B. M. McRae Thursday. Stuart cleaning up tow a.

h, Burney Sunday. Mrs. Felton i Graves and baby Miss Thelma Lewis spent Thursday West Palm Beach: Car'

,, 1Q 0 nerve of the Florida parent will be R. R. Thede 'J. II. Moore, andL. returned to their home In Lake night with Misses Mamie Lou let to Barnup and Sims for,,

1'' As a health measure as well as a matter of looks, the felt school the books when it for comes pupils time In to buy the H.' Hill were business visitors to Wales last week after visiting here and Mertle Norman of Woodlawn struction of two-story annex J

Starke Monday for some time. She was accom- Mr. 'and Mrs G. W. Burney of W. C. A. building.
city: should,! require the use of metal garbage containers.The I higher grades. The state 'board Monday afternoon during the panied by R. McKinney and Olin Starke were visiting Mr. and Mrs. ""- mm,
halt made a new selection of text
rain a car containing negroes and Graves. L. Crawford Sunday afternoon
book and the change will cost the
Mrs. E. J. Starling and children
running at a high rate of speed Miss Thelma Underbill was a
1 main trouble with enforcement thinks parent of a high school pupil from
prohibition spent the week here.
rny skidded on the highway just north guest of Miss Hazel Underhill Sun I

,iksks the Daytona Beach Independent, is that it is applied to only another$5 to $15 per pupil, which drain is just of T. Blackburn's filling station Miss Clyde Morgan returned to day.Mr for hereby re-election announce as clerk myoandq trees.

unnecessary on a and left the road climbing a ditch, his home here from Jasper where
the pint-size bootleggers. lass of people who can ill afford and Mrs. J. L. Conner were and tax: collector of tbt t tliil
the additional Ocala uprooting a pine tree and crashing she has been visiting for the past visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Clem- Starke, subject to the action
expense. -
( o through the fence. Four of the five weeks. ons Sunday.
Star the voters in the election ot.l,
,1 k'M 1w Putnam county 'has secured a plant for manufacturingpaper -- ---o-- negroes were scratched up and Mr. Roy Lake Junior Roberts returned tember 9th. Your support i/JJ/
one received 'a broken arm. They to Wales Thursday Winter Garden-Work progressing

+ x.dreijilhd't from fibre of flax, making the second paper'mill to The following men have been were' brought to Dr. Brown's of- after a two month's visit here. on house addition and new appreciated. C A.
4 ode be established in Florida. mentioned by various newspapers 'flee and later transferred In an Mrs. Ed Parrish and daughter, canning plant for Southern Fruit
,' timber -
as governor'smansion
occupy Pearl
ambulance to1'Jacksonvllle. Not a were shopping in Starke Saturday Distributors.
'' 3 >a lt''Caeov'' 0-- : John S. Taylor, Cary A. I wish to announce to (hen
brdken and the Tavares
glans' was : negroes Improvements to and
S I friends that I am a candl
Hardee, Senator Franklin O. King,
Tallahassee were still InHhe car when it stop- Those from here who attendedthe Lake Region Packing Association
Democrat Coll
says next legislature may repeal Fons A. Hathaway Fred Davis, for the office of Clerk Tax \
,Py'K' Yt ped, althoughthe car was badlY party of Miss Novella King plant will be completed by middleof
1'.f r ,,ti ' law'against hoboing. Let the law stand, only change "trains"to John T. Alsop and many others.- wrecked. .J' Saturday were: Misses Thelma September, tor and Treasurer ot the Cltjj)

t t'ld isitot ? "autos" and "hoboes" to "hitch-hikers." Lake City Reporter. What do you Mesdames W. C. Wooten and F. Brown, Gertie Johnson, Fred Johnson Leesburg Machinery being Starke to be elected on Toes
Sept. 9th, 1930. And that )r
mean by leaving out Senator Jesse
R, CarradJne spent Tuesday la Rufus George and Clyde Pres- Installed In old moss plant south
o Parrish, Wallace F. Stovall Eu- vote cast for me In this eta< |
Jacksonville.Mr. of Coast Line railroad for new cotton -

::44 Lisbon Falls (Me.) Enterprise remarks that people gene. Strum S. Matthews., Ed. Wavbrlght Justice Broth-LouieW. and Mrs.' F. R. Carradln cott.Mr.. and Mrs Claude Saunders gin.. will be highly E. K.appreciated.PERRYMASl)

Alt aan i r>J 1 who do not believe in signs, particularly road signs" in this Catts and Stafford Caldwell->' pent Park with the his"night parents In Dr.Orange and -- -- -- ---

'anus* I day and age are as a rule of few days on earth. Talalhassee State News. And Sen- Mrs. J, H. Carradlne.
ator T. J. Knabb of Macclenny.
rt ezean Roberts of Wes
; o Mr. and Mr*
i ep onC o r- -0-

vy Tarpon Springs Leader bases its belief that the unemployment The republican state committee erts'Palm parents Beach are Mr.visiting and Mrs.Mrs.W.Rob-H .

))0 llforon ''t problem i isJ still unsolved has drafted a party platform con-
] + from the number of political Biggs. Mr. Roberta Is recoveringfrom
4 taining many wise recommendations What About
) "Kfl announcements appearing in the newspapers. I a recent operation.
l>" nd but that plank which would
Mr. and'Mrs. Orrin White and

a 1{, o limit the state road department to sister Mrs. ' ors maintenance work only for the
When business Lawtey Tuesday. They were onetime
U a establishment fails and the owner 'is next two years Is not so wise. It

L,P ;' .t_ttt closing: out his stock he resorts to advertising. Advertisingwill I must be remembered that the state MrJ resident: and Mrs.of John Lawtey.Loadholtz of From Now? ;

y 1 rd. sell the goods of going establishment will get something like $600.000 ;';; v
p as surely as i It Wtmamau visited his pln'entfr, " ,
y eta does for defunct a year from the federal govern- and Mrs.'Luther' Loadholts las : ', .j.'
a one. "
ment for the next three years If It
nail week. ', ,,' .
meets federal aid with like :
Robert Dlnklns spent Monday .
yl, Y i l The Gulf Coast.News, published at Panama City, is the amount and that unless some 1000 with his parents, Mr. and Mrs v 'c ..0rr
state convicts worked the
latest addition, to the Florida press. Its first issue was cram- roada thereby earning their keep Chas. Dinkins.
M. Lewis wart shopping In
_ med with Interesting details of the new ten million dollar'paper the state must provide for them at Jacksonville Friday.SAMPSON.

mill being constructed there by the International Paper nalford at heavy expense. FlorIda's .
road department la a going
oc _ _ Company.
_ concern and slowing it up too -
i '
H o much will do more harm than CITY'

_'L rd'ear Methodists and Baptists of Centerville, Alabama, decidedto good.--Ocala Star. -- II.. (lee T.o...... Car,

_ a have a picnic instead of praying for rain-and it rained. Reports from many- of the states r

11 11y The report failed to state how they compromised on the meas- of the central part of the country rival Don't meeting forget we here.are We having are a en-re-

ure, for while a sprinkle would satisfy the Methodists noth- say that the vegetable growing joying it very much.
+ o nJ sections have suffered so
ing less than a flood would do fpr the Baptists. severely Miss Louise Kite returned home
drrl' from the drouth that hundreds 'of
9t ''t Friday afternoon after a week's
J o the canning factories are not mak-
visit Miss Minnie Starling of
'' ', gh Express:, rates on Florida strawberries are not yet what ing a season's run because of the Tampa..with: : r;
4 lack of tomato,i, corn pumpkin HC
{q Rlor g v they should be, and the head of the Miller Auction system beans and other canning products. Miss Clc'ij.) Thomas Is home attar -,
spending. several week's In I
.'j'ftlN urges rate hearing before October 1st. He cited as an ex- The mean that the prices will be

?31rn ample under present rates Louisiana growers can ship n car much higher than usual for the Jacksonville Mr. and, Mrs.\ J. T. Amherson ,
next year, and that the supply will ....
to Montreal tor $500 less expense than a Florida car, although be lower than ever known for and daughter, Lucille' 'of Birmingham -

the distance from this I Ala." spent several days
tie state is shorter. many years. Florida' farmers are
1 hers with relatives.
' tare going to do the right thing by
_ 1' ,1 go. o Mrs. K. A., Smith and daughter
hl Florida planting a crop of fall vegetables Dorothy visiting !in Hawthorn 'Will you still be
supreme court has ordered the cities of West without delay. It Is not too late were _a hustling young worker, punchin -

ttl, Jlclti Palm Beach and Sanford and Sarasota county to levy sufficient to raise good 'crops of cabbage, Thursday. the clock
v Miss, Katelle!: Davis spent a few of mornings and hopping to the
taxes to collards) turnips squashes, beans, tune of
meet bonded debts defaulted., A
now com days at Lake Geneva, and enjoyedit
and cucumbers. With an assured
munity or ounty will not gain by seeking to evade paymentof high market they ought to be prof- very much. the boss' buzzer. Or-alluring vision!-will YOUr
Mr. and Mrs. Author Brown'Graham o,
just debts. Money received from these bond issues has itable.-Perry Herald.
be the boss? And
4'w been and family have attended why not? A good idea of
'. t lea spent, whether wisely or not, and holders of the bondsare I, -O i'' 'church here several nights.Mr. plenty
Schools have Courses \
i i un yi entitled to the interest and principal 1 payments as pledged. of study have changed.been altered to \ and Mrs. Raymond Brown ,, :,' energy and capital pre the stuff that success is
of near Lake Butler hare been
.ii ; .
meet changing. conditions and "ex-
-o visiting 'here ttils ,week.Mrs. made of. Make it possible
... putting aside
If all pert. have mapped out course of a part
} I census returns are balled up as badly as some of the R. Ci Jf. Robinson! and chll! '

+a a figures for Bradford and Union counties, they will be'of small study domestic that arts Include and sciences such things, physical as- dren, JesslakBelle and Buck atendeif of your income in a savings account.

,, rite value as a source of information., Bradford county-is shown education and a lot of others night churptx" here, Wednesday. I. .', ..;

9n to have suffered a loss of 3,164 population from 1920 to 1930 that were unheard of twenty year We artier-j;; '*'. .'*rry to hear of ,

i"rl4 in the Florida Review without explanation that Union ago. The newer course added the accident ot Mr. Carl McKinney
and stressed so much nowadays

# was carved from Bradford in 1921. Bradford's gain from probably are all right, but the experience who broken fell arm,trytry'a.\ .nd:.wgon.his shoulder He has(Is a Bank of Starke

v : t !. 1925 to 1930 was 2,315. A chart issued by the state chamberof we've had with schoolchildren bruised quit.a bit. We: wish hima

4 yr r r +i commerce from census figures gives Lake Butler a popula- lie". reading recently, writing leads and ors spelling to be- speedy recovery., r A ROLL OF HONOR DANK

tion of over 2,000, when these figures represent the total and the other fundamental are

r; p population of the voting precinct In which Lake Butler is lo- being neglected In favor of Miami-.JBIddle'* Drug Store E. S. MATTHEWS, President R. J. DAVIS Cashier'f"1

4 cated. courses that tend, to train rather opened' 3521 N. W 17th avenue

4't n han Impart,the rudiment, of eduz In Allapatuh. .

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