Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: September 12, 1930
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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LOVELL Forsyth Gains Tech Miller Auction .t Road Crossing Young Man CapturesLive CITY ELECTIONu

OACH nical Knockout Over Would You Have Rattlesnake ,

Cedar Key Stingaree Will OperateIn Believed This? Holds Up Work _

A teat, the sheer audaciousness LAST TUESDAY _

Gainesville,-Sept. 10. Six excellent Plant City '-i Of Coast Line of...whlch Is enough to give one the .

You wouldn't; I have shivers, was accomplished by Rob-
bouts of fast fighting
I thought that bank deposits ert Green, a boy about 18 years fh ,
ed the University City Athletic Asaociation's Auction Controversy Halt Truck HewnMruction !Manning, !HternberR Wall Klectrd : >: d. e,'
BILL DUNCAN) Itumomt Two Other terry In Stiifke run from old living on the Rrooker-Lake I
By I pew boxing bowl beforea Companies Will Operate tour to five millions of dollars ( Fly 1t.II"NI Butler road between Lake Butler AMrnrn-ii! Fetch Ke- 4 v
capacity crowd of 600 rabid fans
!September, generally recogntz,1 There Next Season! In the course of a year, and the Scoui hole Last Thursday elected City Clerk
last night. Action was crowded r 7 ttr(
,I within this north temperate unless you had seen the figures Tallahassee, Sept. 5,-Reconstruction he caught a live rattler -
of the
second feature
,,,ne an the month of high winds every In its Tuesday's issue the Plant now would you f It of the approximately five about five feet in length and as Starke had one of Its blggect
of the and
lid destruction, seems to be hold- program, one longest City Courier says with the final never occurred to the reporter miles of track from Monticello to large us anordlnary man's arm. election In years Tuesday when t "4'4
the best in this
It iperlal significance"! this year city. ever staged decision of the Miller Auction to either that the vol- Ytistee,' removed without permission The trick was done by young 230 votes were cast to select three

heralding a new and more pow- operate In Plant City, It is possi- ume of business In this com more than three years ago by Green putting a heavy tool, a cant aldermen and clerk and tax collector y +,'r
I Injuries to two shortened
Iifui, Purple Tornado1 for Bradrd fighters ble that there may be as many as munity ran Into any such the Atlantic Coast Line, now Is being hook or some such Instrument on Five candidates'Boucht
the main bout and scheduledsix
(Jjjlh; School. a three berry auctions In Plant City figures; until he made a little held up by a controversy be- the reptile's head and burking It the three vacancies for alderman 'y

,\1, 'leant four things appear to round preliminary, but the fans this season. There has been a analysis ot the matter. tween the railroad and the state Into a box from where it was two tot the combined office of a

1 HIIP' Bradford's chances of at- were tion and well the pleased new boxing with the facilities.exhibi- rumor current for some time thata During th(>: six business road department, It was learned ,transferred to a steel barrel. Ho clerk and collector, while the candidates

luiiiK more victories this winter i Cincinnati firm would operatean days of last week deposits today. passed through town the same day for remaining offices were

|ian, during any preceding year. An Increased interestln. the fistic auction here and also that local > coming Into the Hunk of The railroad has asked I ho department on his way to the state farm, unopposed. Mr. !Manning succeed q4
sport demonstrated r4.i
was last night
first ",f course, Is that Coach N. the men would conduct an auction. Starke amoprted, to $72- to lower the grade on where the snake was presented to' Mr, L. A, Davis, one of the retirIng 6 k tr

coward Lovell has been secured as their spectators loudly cheered Lee It. Miller, head 1 of the Miller 61>1.03. Taking the week as road No. 11, running north from Supt.'.1. S. hutch for his zoological aldermen who did not make I'Ar k
favorites .
IHI( i now on the job ''Second, Auction\ following a meeting last an average; week and multi Montlcello, five feet to meet the collection. Lake Butler Times the race- for re-election, Mr Stern-

he added experience and weight Pm'14).th'Inll Rout Friday with several growers' associations plyng: by 52, as representingthe old grade of the railroad right; of berg and IIr.Vall being reelected t

,1th which the squad has to starthe Vasco Forsyth, welterweightpride made a definite state- number of weeks in the way. What Is to be done about It TOM The result of the election waa
[ new season. Practically every of Stark'e:: and Bradford ment that the Miller Auction year, we find that the total will be determined at the road KKT: : tabulated Tuesday night and the

osition Is supplied with candl- county, was awarded a technical would be conducted In Plant City. deposits for a year would be department meeting In Gainesville results announced as follows:

jates who are veterans of the knockout victory over Emmett Mr, Miller will have his office in J3,997,853.04. But then, 'Wednesday, It was stated First meeting-of the Bradford For mayor, H. C. Wall-183. t' yg

urnout which greeted Coach Purvis the Cedar Key Stingaree, the Growers' building, here and there Is the strawberry season here today Teachers' will For aldermen, II. A. Bishop ', r'
Association r
tay's Initial call back in those historic In the fifth round when Purvis will conduct the auction in the In. the spring, when deposits When the railroad removed its County the 118: J. C, 1\1allnlng-161; J. A.
be held In the auditorium ot
Then the size had to forfeit the bout because he auditorium of the same building.He tracks in 1921 the state had i "
,' days of 1928. have,, run as high as Bradford High School Saturday Sun 1-43 ; N. Sternberg-156; W. t!

bf t the present squad, which with was unable to continue due to a will continue his' once in Lake- one hundred thousand dol- planned to, build( an'overpalls morning, 10 o'clock Superintendent L. Wall. -163. y rj ,

Approximately thirty boys during broken jaw. Hospital attaches set land for a time. lars In a single day. We across the railroad. but after the For clerk, treasurer and tax col. 'i
Grlllls announced Wednesday
[he first week of practice. Is prob- the bone and Purvis was on his The Tampa Tribune says: think It Is not far wrong to rails were taken up the department It will be short business session lector, C. A. 'utch-147: E. K.

bly the largest gathering!! of aspiring way home last night. The concession was made to estimate that bank deposits altered: Its plans to eliminate a Perryman-19.

athletes ever seen here. Up until the fifth Forsyth had Plant City because a far greater in Starke amount to five millions what appeared to be a useless expense but an Important one, he stated and, For tax assessor, C. A, Knlght-
election officer
Including of
tnd then, the enthusiasm of the outpointed Purple gaining a number ''of buyers live there In of dollars a year, andit B. M, Duncan, engineer of ; 170. '1s I s

''o's) which seems to have let I knockdown in the third and taking winter and because that_section Is doubltul..lf--there are the department stated today making,,of plans for the school For marshal, A, L. Alvares e'' n iY

town not a bit from the fine level the second and fourth rounds. The will furnish at least a third of many to whs,.''of like size, In The railroad company is readyto year, and teachers of the countyare 173.

it, spirit held during the upward initial round was a draw. The the total tonnage handled by the the United States than can award a contract for the reconstruction expected: to be present. ,

kruggle of the past two years blow that broke the jaw was Miller Auction. make a better' ahowlng. of the line when the The following' program has been,

( D8arlly met by a young' eleven. struck in the second, but Purvis Miller 'was 'In no- sense dissatisfied crossing detail Is worked out with prepared. : STORK BEATS
iec Incidentally, ,It may be Song, Devotional, Rev 0, Ill;
Coach Lovell seems to like the battled gamely despite the fact with( his treatment in Lakeland the-deposits the road department T, 'T, Turn-

auks of his team and certainly that he had been injured! he made It clear, and added of mentionedfhat last week'represent! a gainof bull, attorney foc-tho. state rail.. Lowry Ways, of arousing Interest In GRIM REAPER ,

likes the looks of Coach Dynamite Morgan of Mlcanopy I that he had never received heart- road commission today stated he
he team 42 cent the
per over same ChillS work led S. S, s. .
room by
.ovell. If dressing-room sentimenti won a third round technical ier backing than had been given week of last year, when the had been informed. Construction -

sort of a barometer of opinion knockout victory over Scrap Iron I. him by this community and its or- of the line will tmark the close of Dowllng Itlrtlm O>niMtr<> i i any deposits were $51,201.79, as
Value of memorizing
Harper of Sanford as he administered ( ganizations.The lengthy litigation in which the poems, State
against $72,651.02 for the
discussion led Mrs. Lottie
a kayo wallop that sent Harper that of the railroad commission the by
The moat striking thing.that fact a majority state ) -
first six days of Septemberthis
met the eyes of sideline critics to the floor shortly before the 40 odd buyers live in Plant City :year. state supreme court, the interstate Raulorson and II. B. Wiggins Jacksonville, Aug. 28. The 1;

hlle watching the bunch run bell sounded. The bell robbed '''in winter was the main factor in commerce commission and Records, report cards and reg stork easily outdistanced the Grim i".

through early-season workouts of Morgan of a clean knockout. Har- his decision to hold the auctions It was Interesting also to the United States supreme court Isterx, discussed. by Supt Oriels Reaper In the race of life and 'S,

fhe past few days Is the new I per hit the floor and was carried there. The growers were Inter- 'note that out-of-town checks were appealed to by the railroad Song, death In the state of Florida durIng -
handled last the
weight presented by returning let- unconscious from the ring. At an ested, too, but they were more con week by In an effort to avoid relaying the the month\ of June, according f t .'

ermen. Henry Mast, Ralph Cox early hour this morning hospital cerned with seeing the auction bank amounted to 48638. tracks. ONE DEAD IN 'fo a report of the bureau of vital +' : :: ,
04 for
Kldrldge: Robinson, and Ben attaches reported him as resting succeed; they said, than .in its as against $33,592.13 I ,statistic state board of health iy

sternberg, in particular have put easy, but rather weak. Erroneous location. the same week last year, or FLORIDA SECOND AUTO CRASH A. total of l,7B8.11ve births wasTpo"rted f
a gain of 30
''II poundage during the summer reports that he ha.4" concussion of Many matters of routine were practically percent for June all compared ,

nnmhg. Among others of the olden the brain were circulated last discussed at the conference today, A IN 1929 SIIIPPING --- with a total of 1,391 death. during ;,

Howard Moore Dick Grlffls, night. including uniform labels, express -- Dennis Smith of Fairbanks Kill i the same period. _

..eater Robinson, Sam Alvarez, rates, icing charges, diversion and Florida shipped 29,099 carloads ixl; I). I.. McKinney Near June, 1930, was (credited with ; '

Wainwright and the truck- and plans for improved service Awards Made of fruits and vegetables to the Dentil six more visits from the stork than N ,

Eo ,d triplets--Brownlee, Graham; State Insurance generally. The conference was markets of New York City during ---- June 1929. However! the Grim : w..

ml tnman look to be physicallyp harmonious and enthusiastic. Road:ProjectsTwo 1929, according to the Florida Gainesville, Sept. 9.-One resident *] Jleaper also came to Florida oft n'-' R

to the crack. Total Is GivenSix -.- State Chamber oC Commerce, of Fairbanks is dead and an- er this past June than during June\

Undoubtedly! Coach Lovell has TICKS FOUND IN which places it second on list Of other lies In the Alacbua county .''of last year Death from all ; '

peen presented with more promls- million dollars in new paid I'roJwU ThlM;; County.for Hur- states supplying these commodities -.' hospital. In a serious! condition ana causes and at all age this June r..

:IIIK material than that given any for ordinary life insurance during ESCAMBIA COUNTY facing and Culvert. Mater.Inls to the nation's metropolis all' result of an automobile accident were 1,391 an compared to 1,257 +

other mentor who has taken, on shown by figures complied by the which occurred five miles north of
June 1930 gives Florida another ; Bond 13 Kxlcn.: last year In June

I he duties of piloting Bradford'sTornado. merit mark.. It being the only Precautions In the way of tem- Ion. New York Sun.California Gainesville on the Jacksonville\ Of the 1,758 births during June

All but two positions are with 52,552 lead highway shortly: after noon yesterday -
quarantine and InspectionIn cars
southeastern state to show an Increase porary 1930 1,238 were white and 620

flooded with competitors, and in this field as comparedwith Escambla county have been tak- Members of the state road department the list. The state of New York were negro; Of the 1,752 births ";
these two berths being quarterback by Dr J. V state veterInarian held third place furnishing 13.- Dennis Smith 35 years of age,
June 1929'says the Florida en Knapp, held their regular meet- during June 1929 1,181 were ;'
and center and thus the most state chamber of commerce. ; In order that ticks which ing in Gainesville! Wednesday, and 374 oars; Virginia fourth with was Instantly killed and his com- white and 571 negro.

Important on the team, are cinch- have been discovered less than five 12,583 ; while Malne'ranked fifth panion and brother-in-law, }]. L,
, Figures tabulated by the Life contracts were awarded on bids Of the 1,391 deaths during June
'd Insurance Sales Research Bureau, miles from the Alabama border covering;the different projects re- having shipped 12,102 cars into 1930, 787 were white and 604 neg s

and center of last year othersire as to of Hartford Conn., gives Floridaa 'might not ruin the work of tick ceived by the board at' the meet- the big city. North Dakota, South when' the light roadster In which ro. Of the 1,567 deaths during $

warrant the fact that no eradication In Florida.Dr. In Tallahassee Dakota, Nebraska, Wyoming and they were riding overturned twice June 697 e
make two per cent gain for June of ing Monday Amongthe 1929, were white and
Interested to
In trying this year and a seven per cent increase Knapp, who left Friday for contracts awarded were the Kansas were the only states In the after skidding on the wet pavement 660 negro ,
either of the posts. But reserve Witnesses stated that the
Pensacola to supervise the work Union not contributing to the ,
for the first six months of following In this Immediate sec
material for each of the two position has announced of fresh fruit and vegetable market pair had Just passed another car "
the. current year over a like per quarantine tion: LUKE VAn 'A.\l) IJAGO\OIC i+
Is essential and must be supplied iod during 1929. Forty-four all cattle between Ksc'ambla coun- basket of New York City. and were traveling at a bhrh'rate : -,
Gator Inman the center per Project 801-Bradford county,
cent of the companies'' operating In ty. Florida, and Baldwin county, between Starke and Ralford With forecasts of a. big shortage of speed when the death car Col. and Mrs. J, B. Futch of lie
the team's iron and perhaps pipe
'the most consistent and outstanding this class .of Insurance In Florida Alabama, subject to official action and couplings for bridges, awarded of fruits, vegetables and staple swerved careened and overturned. DeLand, arrived In Starke Wed l '

reported gains for the month of by the state live stock sanitation crops throughout a greater part of McKinney suffered internal Injuries nesday morning, returning from
for three will to Southern! Metal Culvert Co.,
player years June in. ordinary life insurance board which meets In Jacksonville the country due to the unusual a broken jaw and many severe their vacation spent In North
Red Stuart Fla. amount., 2005200.
graduate next May. l'
sales. Tuesday. At that time the Quaran- drought, says the state chamber, bodily( bruises lIe was in a Carolina They had the misfortune M r;
bit Project 911-Between Brooker
a and though a
light, is showing, promise and; may The seventy-eight companies of tine and inspection decision will\ and Hampton In Bradford county, the state will without doubt be serious condition. at an early hour of losing their car and baggage It ;
Increased this A
be called to meet de- morning
he used Inman's understudy In the United States whose statisticswere promulgated. oil asphalt, awarded to Pan American -, upon near llonepath, S. C.. when
after several mands the current fall Smith Is survived by wife and
included In the compilation Realizing that Petroleum during sea a the machine overturned and burned *
hopes of into the company,
developing cen-
years the cattle In that son. two children Funeral -
carried eighty-eight per cent of 480 gallons, $970.44. 924 tons and Mrs, Futch'a injuries
ter tor coming years. section have lost their resistanceto Farmers In Florida will do well had not been completed l last
the total legal reserve ordinary necessitated the services of
No less than ten men are clamoring Howard life insurance outstanding as of the tick fever, the board con- Slag companr$3,141.00. 924 In the opinion of the state chamber night.I'DIMIMZKIl. ician before they could resume
for backfield posts. siders the situation serious should to heed the advice of Nathan -
January 1st, 1929. their Journey by train. They will Ax
, tons of crushed
)Moore versatile of rock. Standard
one of the most I : : V'
the ticks Invade the Florida tick- Mayo, commissioner of agriculture
The Increase for the remain In Starke for
United several day
'the lettermen, with both back and Rock company of Morrlston, successful
free areas. This border line has an to the planting of staple '
line full States during the first six months bidder, $3,603.60, Crushed with Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Brownlee.
experience Is working at previously been free ofthe pests. crops this fall. Florida has the Bradford showed the use of Only
of 1930 was three per cent, while gravel, 924 tons, Roquemore Mr. Futch lost control of the
I 11 are Clarence Moore, stocky 76 .
tone fertilizer Io
Thirty-six counties In Florida are ability to produce a great quantityof during the
'Ed for June 1930 a decrease of -one Gravel Co., Montgomery Ala. $3- car when he drove to the edge of
the ,
newcomer, and fleet month of August, according: to b
per cent Is noted. Eighteen; states now tick-free and dipping is being 095.10. commodities which will! bIn the road! to avoid. three pedestrians ;
ward, who Is also getting chances the report |issued by the
it has and the District of Columbia show done In the central part of the Project 741, Alachua county demand l on the leading markets' inspection walking abreast, the soft sand
fullback, Sam Alvarez state, of the country, With the supplylimited bureau, department of agriculture,
cinched halfback Increased for June ranging from between Gainesville and Daysvllle, causing 'the car tn'swerve and fin- ]f,
practically one satisfactory prices should bRinK number thirty-one In the
pO"it'on.' For the other. Bill TIsn. one to twenty-six per cent, with road! 13, 1 mile, awarded to L.. M, Hut of ally overturn. Flame broke out .
P. T. .\. WILL MKKT: : prevail counties. Bight counties
Virginia remaining stationary The Cray, amount, $10,835.00. Broken before Mr. Futrh succeeded In +
Ralph Cox Kid ridge Robinson
NEXT: 1V1'iNKMI.tYThe : : reported( no sales during the
twenty-eight; states showing de- stone base Nix, 2. lowering the glass of one door
Artho Matheny are looking MTtK'K t'OMIMNV TO ItKTfllN: month, while Orange and 1'ollt led
creases range from one to thirty- 677-B and they were pulled through the
nod Project --Levy county, ;
Robinson be shifted to
may Parent-Teachers Association the lUt with 1,108 and 1,351 tons
four per cent.Font opening by two motorists who
road 13. between Hronnon
''h tae. Dick Grills has quarter- Wilbur
will hold Its first meeting of who has been respectively.l'It01'Fat.
-----a- 'a KlUey, 1%.58 miles awarded stopped to render assistance. Nona '
na to
sewed but Is needful of
up, thin season next Wednesday after- with the Mason-Williams Stock .
K.\Kll.\TIO\S: : ( : HKt'NIOV : '
of their
; could
*< ".-e backing., noon three-thirty o'clock, In the Langston Construction company, Company since It opened! here several : I.KillTH O.V ('.\le,", saved
amount, $137,054,88.I'roject the flames, fed by gasoline from A
Sternberg. school auditorium ? months ago, returned Monday -
'Ashing, atid the niftiest slicker 876-C:-Duval and St. for with j Sheriff/ Kppnmon broken teed line, Destroying the d
At the home of Judge and Mrs. The president of the organization a short stay his parents.. and deputies within
car few
It' 'h team Is back at end. Among Geo. A. Gardiner Mrs T. J. Alderman has arranged Johns counties located between lie reports that the company has i have started a drive on cars not minutes
on September .
'":' > wlngme/i Wainwright, the following program; project !976-A and St. Augustine had fair business during the. sea propertly 6th. a family reunion npre ent- mile. JlItIlH"U: {USU o.4M
hit I' ing four generations, was held -
frt< ihman, has attractive running R, 0, Lancaster company Jack.aouvlile. and that would required number will be
an Song: By the audience. fiat, they likely nerved The
It. Austin the state road
Major being great department has
| style and may turn out to be. Reading, Staying After School: Amount, $300,786.76.C'IUI'I play for another week In Starke with a. summon to appear before placed
grandfather. Those present were a bridge gang on state road
* back in later years Jacqueline Andrews and Freeman before closing. The show Is expected County Judge Gardiner The
48 between
Mr. and Mrs. A. Swift and Starke and
K. son. ,' FXERCIMEH: : : Green Cove
LeHl'r Robinson and Vic Thom- here within four steadily Increasing number
five of
Register, I or
Edward of New Orleans, Mr. and Springs, the tamp> being located on
ae. a pair of nicely built boys, are, Mrs. Z.: J, Roberts and son, Alton, Talk on the subject of "TheChild' AT' HIGH WIIOOI, weeks. cars using the highways without the Bradford-Clay county line! and
tacklE' candidates with Mc-. -- head or Tear' lamps has
along Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Yelvington Instinct and Impulse, forced the the bridge between the two towns
liIlan( offer- The Ministerial association at Bay Harbor Southern Kraft officers to take
and Miner and two by Mrs. J. T. Guy. drastic steps antI
will be
and son, Billle, of Hastings Mr. repaid or rebuilt The same ,
log, of a promising crop of fresh- Business session Chairmen of the request of Prof. Bowling, ban paper mill being built at cost of they will hereafter require such
and Mrs. L. O. Jones of Starke, crew will likely< be shifted/ to
men Halle arranged the following schedule $10,000,000.Green operators to In f]
and Johns committees have been, appointedand appear county
Mr. and Mrs.' Austin Winkler and building of bridge and culverts
Th Truckload Triplets continue at this meeting the chairmenwill for the chapel exerciser al thehigh Cove Springs Two mil court. p
on new section
family of of road 48 between
their: merry way Into the last year announce the member of school exercises to be held lion narcissus bulbs being grown Starke and the state prison- )

titer standing staunch and true re-elected manager of the team their committee each Thursday at 10:15 a. m. for new marketing project by J. Hlrtlin, farm as soon all their ;a
present task
for iwo seasons, during which last week. The boys are all at The roll will be called and the First Thursday. of each month C. Jenney-Gwlnn corporation. I I. completed.

time no others have had so much sea for the choice of captain, or grade having the largest number Rev J. T. Guy Winter Park Construction Mr. and Mr*. W. .K. Thornton, .

.' a 'chance to budge either of the were so at this writing Menu of mothers and visitors present Second Thursday, 0. P. under way on new home for Stand- Starke, girl, Sept. 8, Haines City Atlantic Coast t'

nard positions or center Milton Moore Brownlee. Inman and Graham will be given a prize. Raymond. ard Auto Co., on East Parke ave Mr. and Mrs. Mallory Thomas Line will place heavier rail on

"fownlee Is |In the best shape are all seniors, outstanding All members of the P. T. A., are Third Thursday. Rer 0. II. nue. Starke, girl Sept. 7. Ridge section from this city to

e'\'e seen, and so It is with Billy\ players and !good leaders and urged to attend. New memberswill Lowry, Perry-State will surface high MI'. and Mrs P. D. Reddish, Lake Placid. .

Graham. 190 pounds of flint and close balloting Is expected. be cordially welcomed. Fourth Thursday, Rev. L. W, way No, 19 from this city northwestward Starke boy. Sept. 10. New Port Richey New Port

steel l. and Gator Inman 170 ._ Klckllter. to Madison county line. Mr. and Mrs.. 9'. T. Teston, Rlchey Rock: Products Co.
Kends. the outstanding, college Tampa V. W. C. A. 'to build Panama City -.Store of St. Fifth Thursday to be. suppliedby Bowilnf Green P.: U, Yarn I Brooker, boy.* Sept. T< '. to cross road
prospect\ of the team.. seven-story club house. and dormi. Andrews; Bay Lumber' Co, ,being the principal. ". .
Snapshot Futch was unanimous- tory. V I remodeled.: ,; , Lowry, Secretary, citrus exchange packing house.: Stark, a daughter Sept. I1tb.I stets near this city quar-

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It and taht the Jersey and Guernseys

are not far apart, the Jerseys lead- ROWING MANURE PROVING

Ing slightly in richness of milk,
DAIRYING and t the Guernseys In total milk I

;M.I M. production.The POPULAR TO MANY FARMERTon

_, AyrBhlres: The native home
i f Conducted By Dr. L. D. LeGear, V. S.St. a of this breed Is the Shire of Ayr In -...
.Look,Mo.Dr. .
j LcGoar U a graduate of OntagWVeterin.ryCollege,1892.Thirtyeight southern Scotland, hence the of Vetrh or Austrian loo mended 20 to 30 pomt., IJi

,jA. MISS\ PEARL JORDAN, Home Demonstration Agent yuan of name. It Is comparatively a new ,Kccrn. Equal: Ton "Stable' Manure vetch, and 30 to 4))' pna,,, aJil'"'
I 1 1r veterinary work Eminent authority on olneae and breed, but has made wonderful ad- ; font .\lx>ut Half seed per acre. ThE, ,, feed'
raking of dairy cow, other livestock, anal poultry. Nationally vancement in a short time. In be prepared, but .nun
known lrturrr.. sh.-i.iri- .) ,, ,
writer and
f author size the Ayrshire ranks betweenthe "!
400 pounds of *>
----- Gainesville Fla. Growing ma- ,
Grows Oats And Rye Jersey and Holstein breeds, be- unless super,10sn!| ,,""
nure Is proving popular to hun- acre it was
Ankle 1I..X'TIXG \ and England. They are the smallest ing much the same as the welt ,,,
very dreds of farmers In north and west last year. The seed ,hou'd
'''':: Tin: ItUKKO: In size of any of the popular Guernseys, The common color Is oculated nth'
Instead of Buying i breeds Florida who last year planted 110- and IraniPdiatou
dairy and are noted for
FOIl YOl'K IMIIIV HKKIJ: spotted red or brown and white in The land should '
ss I their milk. The color of the Jer- 000 pounds of vetch and Austrian then i beJ\\ ?
As breed
[. varying proportions. a wlnterpea seed and J. Lee Smith,' flat broken, covering , lit
Seed Next Spring Any One of Five Well Known seys varies greatly. The most common the Ayrshlres are noted for a good, I three to five Ih. **
; color district extension agent, believes Inches
JCr xl l.. Will lie Hal)infm'tors', lint Is fawn with black shadings uniform production of,milk. The seed
that ton under was may be i
below every plowed
s and on the head the inoculated
I" J,.. CVrtaiii Conditions May/ Influence II.i
The Drown Swiss: This breed Ply
1 bulls equal in results to a ton of stable by spreading them
being darker than the cows. out
Gainesville, Fla.-Farmers who, What Mary And 1 Your Choice. The Jerseys although small, are had its origin in Switzerland: manure. Furthermore the cost Ing on a mixture mud Of Po,:!

} 0 fare a livestock feed shortage Think of the IlonleEggLaying wonderful'producers of rich milk. Large numbers of these cattle are was about half, and the vetch and parts syrup and one part tlo,
should plant oats and rye this fall The cow Is not a native Amer- kept there for cheese and butter stirring Water
;' dacIif ,. ContestBy A few of them under official test pea way of growing manure Is pouring on the '-cohort,
talir } :: instead of having to pay an awful ican animal. Before the white have given upwards of 10 tons making; which forms one of the practical for large scale produc again stirring, and, then /
V'':. ly high price for feed next spring, man came to this continent cattle largest Industries In that country.In ton.! enough so'l to take S
((20,000 pounds) of milk In 365da's up the ,
the Spuds Johnson.) unknown here. ,
extension ( were
a J, Lee Smith, district milk and butterfat production, ness. Soil from -
Just recently 67,000 pounds of a Held
),, ,,. feel 41-1 agent, believes. Just about a year ago the coun- Europe is the home of the dairy of butter, that tested over 1,400 Ibs. this breed shows a very satisfactory pea seed alone came to Pensacola one of the crops were on Chief

r 'i beat !ff 1 After making a careful survey ty agent came toour house and cow. Several thousand years ago, yield. The color varies con- from Oregon, and were distributedto year Is to be preferred groin lilt
1 ; alga lt of the situation In north and west talked to my wife and me about so !It is supposed, the process of The Holsteln-Friegians: This siderably In shade. It Is called county agents, and committeesin 111( utSTILL :
J' the Home Egg-Laying Contest I taming the wild cattle of Asia be- breed originated In Holland. The brown but -
tabs Florida he believes that the corn more of a mouse colorIs charge of cover crop drives in OUT; WHITEFLY: H'\Gl'\:\
wasn't much on these here con- gan. It la an interesting commen- compound name Holsteln-Frieslan
!: crop this year will be cut about 35 prevalent. 11 counties, by F S. Mellln, local
{ ( j jtj tests but Mary wanted. to enter tary on the Important place the Is the ojllclal name of the breed in Galnesvlle. Fla Then.
percent, and that the peanut yield There Is not'a great deal of difference seedsman. '?a0]
J: Probably an equal time
1 will be unusually abort. There and I told her allrlght If she would cow holds. In modern civilization America, but In common usage In the dairy breeds so far i to Introduce and spread Rei!
amount of vetch has
I been
Q already Ascbersonla
? 't r keep the records. that scientists have devoted yearsto now !In Amerlc .the breed is called Is principal fungus
st is a much greater expected short as production concerned. It Is ordered, and further large orders controlling for
4 c So about the first of Octoberthe a study of historical records in Holstein They are the largest citrus whiteflle Dr,
,'. age In states further north, and a more a oC choice. For In- of both will be
home order to be better pf the dairy breeds, and are black made E. W. Burger, entomology]
4a higher price for late winter and report book came to our acquainted with stance, there is no beat breed. It wlll
is and Mary, who has a flock of cattle. Some of the oldest ruins, I and white In color. They are not Is the breeding of Liberty county alone with about tho state plant board. 9am TV,
spring/ feed expected.Now up a family or
b 300 farmers has
' that e'w ''1 Is the time for farmers to White Leghorns, started to keep which have been excavated, reveal ed for the quantity of milk they strain to high milk and butterfat ders already placed or- fungi are alao effective again.
t ti prevent a further strain on their records. She told me she wantedto the skulls of the ancestors.of the give. More than 100 of these cows production that really counts. It for 10,500.pounds of vetcb whiteflies sweet potato also|
and he
have given under official test peas, said. he said.
know what her flock was modern herd. over
d pocketbooks by saving all the hay Is the blood lines or breeding that I
i s'e and doing and every night she wouldsit The selection of a. breed, either 16 tons of milk each' In 365 days makes Mr. Smith believes that the Enough of the fungus/ to tret
planting large valuable
IF IFw p possible, acre- some cows more
the farmer This Is an average of over 10 gal seed 'do better planted just aftera one acre can be bought
ages of oats and rye. The oats down and put down the number by who Is just enterIng than others. for lilt
c and rye will furnish considerable of eggs laid that day, and the dairy business, or the Ions of milk each day for 365 days Other conditions which may In- good shower between September cost of production, one dolls,.

Ar' grazing during the winter and then when she bought feed she farmer who desires to Improve his yielding more than 1,500 poundsof fluenco your selection are the 16 and October 15. He recom- from the state plant board her*

f f A F early spring, and will then make a would put that on the report apd herd by Introducing a breed. Is one butter This Is more than 8 or breeds most common in your ----=
also put down the receipt from that deserves. careful l considera 10 of the average dairy cows on
1 { croD of train( ., he said. neghborhood! the cost of pure
w 't and chickens sold. At the tion. I believe brief historical many of our farms will produce.
L! Land that was planted to vetchor eggs a breed foundation stock, and your
v Austrian peas last winter will l end of the month she sent the report background of the five' popular The Guernsey's: The Guernsey judgment of the demand for sur- We/ can charge your ",
; to the agent and be- breeds In America will Tie of inter breed YES
county of
be land that will Insure a good; originated on the Island plus animals from your herd 8 HR
'Mi' ; crop of oats or rye, he suggested. fore long she received a report est. Importation of these breeds Guernsey, which Is on of the chan- It is estimated that only' 3 per STORAGE BATTERY

Grow feed now Instead of havIng from Gainesville giving Informa- from Europe have been very large,' nel Islands not far from Jersey Is cent of the dairy cattle in the Unit- InSmith's ,

: to pay dear for It next spring, tion as to what other flocks were especially in the last fifty years. land. The Guernseys are a little ed states are pure-bred, which

'? ;1 f T i, 'il to should be a slogan of Florida fart doing. So let us examine the biographies large than the Jerseys and are means that the major productionof

t\ mers. Her birds have laid an averageof and pick our favorites. coarser bonded' and more irregular -' milk comes from grade herds.
163 eRgS for the first nine The Jerseys: These cattle take In conformation. The color .

d'r}' '+ p t tAlltlna I months, but that Isn't the most their name from Jersey Island resembles the Jersey In general Tampa Exchange National Garage Parke

Aya Important thing. In fact I didn't where they originated It is In the but'includes some colors not foundin Bank will increase capital stockto

Y,$ V' : think that there was much to this English Channel between France that breed. In the yield of milk H.000,000.

here chicken business, but my wife - -- - _____ u ._.
---- - --- -- ----- -- --- --
sure has shown me. For the first -
4, nine months the expenses have
been about $200 and the receipts

'''F1 h amounted to almost $500. That

means a profit of over $260 for
:;4\ HiiinnHT CullingA nine months on about 125 birds.If 1 < r.<..

' '( j good Job of culling about this It hadn't been for this contest ....

1r time of the year will save many I woudn't have believed that there
itsiFd,3 dollars In feed costs. was that much money In chickens. {; -
I' ,> :. ,' ,' .:., .
Mary and I are going to Increase .J ,
Of course It Is taken for grant- '.. .
,: ed that as the young stock devel- our flock this year 'cause we know ,

c Mid ops the cockerels are separated that there is money In the chicken \

from the pullets and sent off to business. , '
t It has taught the value of ,;> : :
me :
beady market as broilers or else specially ; ij :
keeping records, It has /t ." r11111 ,;
encouraged -
for ,
?" Cairn developed marketing at a later ,; I '*!: : ....
,,1 1 age. It is well to go over all my wife with her poultry and .', -.: ;
,: flocks at this time. Check over I given us facts and figures as to
.',,1 each bird with considerable care 'what other poultry raisers were .

1q/ + 1n 4C and you will find that you are doing throughout the state. Mary I :
dial and I are going to enter the Home .
; probably feeding a good many
fq m leby1 Egg-Laying Contest again this ." \ .. a'y'tbl, +F+Xi r'A.:,
lf.i birds that are not worth keepingany ,
longer.A coming October and two of our I I11E
by1 '
great birds will be cull- neighbors are too. ., .., "
many _u ______
ed out of the
ordinary growing
i Jt plth.r "WS A,
fK,! f flocks on sight due to apparent 318 EGG RECORD '
I' u ; low vitality and outstanding phys ::

y"rISX,#" ) enslo.rdan ical defects. Especially if the Gainesville, Fla.-A Leghorn at "

lallior flocks are to be later used for the College of Agriculture here :, i \

-", breeding/ purposes any marked disqualification layed 318 eggs from September, !,

should be culled on 1029! to August 30, 1930, to equal ." I
and sight. In the case of Leghorns the same record made at the Col- II
r toe i these would be such .J I
notably detects lege plant two years ago. Dr. N.
as lop combs side sprlggs,
oreO ? W. Sanborn. professor of poultry a
+ off-colored feathers and stubbs. In husbandry, announced,

ed i" the heavier breeds body weight Is .._..'--
li !. perhaps of the most primary Im- I'l.NKLLAH: Tltl't'K CHOI'S :'
t } OYt'I' rddf I portance. A very complete set of : /

; uhdll suggestions on this important sub- Clearwater Fla. Large: acre- : 1CUu/ZlTc1CgU7e/l

I' ject may be bad by writing to the ages of cabbage strawberries, and h

United States Department of Agriculture other truck crops will be plantedIn

4 f!: at Washington, D. U., for' Plnellas county this fall, accord- t
i l ", Farmer's Bulletin 1112 Ing to William
on Culling. I' Gomme county \ ,
/ I' Health and constitutional vigor agent ',f' I,, ,. . thu.t
: are of great Importance and ; .; utd
,', .z.w. :4
? el should have first consideration. ''' ., r

'i When the bird is In good laying COFFINS & CASKETSAnd , ofr
'" condition the combs and wattles r'' .*
'rieldt 'I. ,' X, ,
+ are naturally bright red. Flexibility a Full Line otUndertakers' X', '. .

of the pelvic or lay bones located Supplies
on either side of the vent Is ;

one of the most important Indica AUTOMOBILE HEARSE : )

a wi tors. In the good layer these Always .. HUB*. Tao best ,r: belteifChesterfiel I

1 bones are invariably thin, soft and ..r.leo at tk. lowest srlee.. \ 1iZl.?

flexible. They pre also wide apart, S."I .tt...tlm.N.ruREGISTERED to t.I...*..h " f :

the width of about three fingers '. 1
i l a The experienced poultry breederIs I

able to tell the highproducingtype DEWITT C. JONES .

at a glance. Some of the TARRB. FLORIDA
4 rMINo other more obvious features are

the length of back, deepness of :

;' set chest strength' bones and rug-
gedness of constitution without :

8oR4 reaching the extent of coursencss.
"gip The eye should be bright and Y I 1

prominent and alert. The poor 1t t

producer can be spotted 'by its l
lid shrunken, dull and whitish comb.

'' 5, The eye Is likely to be sunken, dull

l. 1 and listless, the pelvic bones rigid

4 4 : and close together and the body of

M1_ j the bird scanty. .

;L1 tosae Two or three very careful cull- A Small Change
ings a year will get you rid of any

( un rdw loafers and raise your flocks to a Sated Fall River :M: I
a. higher degree of efficiency. Between ILDER SOMETHING
S: r, Q Ql ",... r... F.n alwe ,
these regular culling times ' ..._... .... h..nplln.Iaw
a it pays to be always on the alert .. _.,who. rl'_ ,h.a IM.r Chesterfield offers richness aroma, satisfying'f3aVOr. ,
rl'' ydtl for birds that show and .... _11- ............ .... nun
up poorly '
Hjr wlifc tUnirmtitm, a..pp.r.lrt. <
1 1I to get rid of them at any time you ... tw-*. .Min .h.ok..l .p .,- ... ., .' J ..
/t spot them. ,....-. with ihU _...... e *._ A-* ,: ,' BETTER TASTE-that.s the answer; and
._'' .CMevrf*., I.IIIIO.OO 0 vUI.M ;, ..',,,t -
eI_,.'._.._....fart*lit.*_...d.II that's what smokers get in Chesterfield in fullest .... .'
I rr }'I.ORIUPROUl'C..H FIVE }. ltivv_........ _, a
MILLION POl'NDS OK nOSEY a.b ..p.a.... 1oeI. ."_'''. measure<< -the flavor and aroma of mellow J A ,
II,...1_.,_II hat,. F1))
Iu ...ho.._ '.....-..... an... tobaccos exactly blended and crossblended. l '
Gainesville Fla. Florida produces -- .-....- If ti I D

approximately) 5,000,000pounds Imt".I'rt 1.1HAROLD Better taste and milder too! ....i'" I f

of honey annually. Over "" t
6,000 beekeepers own about 100- C. WALL ...:'.;.\.
000 colonies of bees, and the average I193qtjoorrtMr To.ACcoCo. I
A production Is about SO lbs INSURANCE 5 :j jtxama J n

t per colony, according to n. E. Fos- t
ter, state apiary Inspector. STARKE. FLORIDA NruntoaAaoscat.
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r "-
1a I
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Graham were visiting In our' see- to her home; here la-;;Monday: after : visiting Mrs. Evelyn Wllkerson t .

Weighed 85 Pounds lieu last week. HAMPTON I a visit with friends in Hawthorn Monday. !i 4,. t;

News'of Florida in Short Paragraphs ---About Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Ray and Mlrm' Ada l'immo. c... Rev E: D. Taylor of Dude City 1
Lost Hope son, Johnnie Richard of Hlnes- was visiting at the home of Mr. 1 +

and !Mrs. II. 1\1. McRae Sunday. e r
vllle, Qa., are spending a while .
"I here with their parents Mr, and The P. T. A. of the Hampton. Mr. and Mrs T. K. Stokes and
was so terribly rundown after -
public school will at the RISING
meet city
\Mrs. J. W. Lewis. children of Baldwin were visiting +k''
a major operation that I only hall\ September 12th at 8 p. m.. M'.. trim. Blrltao, Cop !Mr. and H. M. McRae Wed- x ct
' [LIVE weighed 85 pounds. I had suffered Elder J. J. Edwards of Wilier. for the election of annual officers. s

: with poor digestion and Ga., left Friday for Georgia after All\ patrons and friends of the nesday. .
Jqpl Mrs Mable Denmark and Mrs.
spending some time. here with school are Invited to be present.
friends. Dunkley of Jacksonville were visiting Leesburg -- Bland and Footer f e

Mr. Menzll Groover left last Fri- Miss Clara May Sasser of Valdosta Mrs Evelyn Crosby Wednesday of Winter Garden awarded con- tr,
suN BY OUR EXCHANGES Ga., was the guest of Mrs
day for Miami where he will spend. tract by Seaboard Air Line Rail
P. B.
some time. Hunt. Mr. and Mrs. E, J. McRae of way to construct ware house here

0h 0h -n -nnn---r Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Ray and I Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Harrisonwere Waldo were visiting Mr. and Mrs. for Fred Han ford. "

Iour.t Dora The Mt. Dora places and underlies a fairly extensive son, Johnnie spent the last of-the business visitors to Alachua H, M. Mcltae Sunday.Mr. Tampa Site purchased for

I Irek umber of commerce has Issued area. This Is red burning week at Midway with Mr. and Mrs.J. last Monday.Mrs. and Mrs. Walter Underhill $200,000 canning plant to employ w

very attractive booklet plctur- clay of medium shrinkage and has O. Dennison Avery Dennison returnedto and children and Mlsa Lucille Mc- some 1,000 persons

the beauties of that delightful I good working and drying qualities. ) Miss Willie Kelley spent last her home here last Friday after Rae attended church at Sampson
a visit with her cousin Mrs.
Sunday the guest of Miss Lula City Sunday.
laIq don. John Carver of Jacksonville.. ,
Q Quincy The Gadsden county I, I Mae Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dlcka and We are glad to report that Mrs. OVER WORKED ".
- Eustis-Gen. Charles P, Sum- chamber of 'commerce hereby announces Mr. and Mrs' J. n. Thomas. Mr. 3.M. Kelly la at home again after ;
children vlsttled friends and relatives NERVES
trail who will retire as chief of that a market has been and Mrs. Bill tines I and Mrs. S. I*. ( spending several. weeks at the
in Lake City last Saturday
Iff' of the United States armyJ'vember secured for. peanuts for this season Prescott all attended church at Marr hospital at Starke.A .
\Mrs P, B. Hunt and aunt Mrs '
IqIp 20 will make his future the deal having been closed New Hope Saturday, prayer service was held at .1.1F
El more Red left last Monday for
Le in Eustis, Wednesday afternoon. Pickers Mr. R. L. Thomas and Mr. W. the home of \Mr. .and Mrs. Hutua
St, Petersburg and Tampa where
will be placed here and there in J. Johns of Starke spent Sunday : Alvarez lest Sunday afternoon.
they will visit friends and rela
I Marlanna County Agent Sam the county, peanuts will be hauled here with relatives Mr. Alvarez, Is suffering from an I
tives. They will also visit Mrs.IIunl's .
Ipt, announces that the Manna from farms to a central point Mrs. I. W. Dyal and daughter! accident which occurred last Tuesday -
untree brother
B. Haynes of Winter
cooperative hog market where shipping will be done, haul- MU Marian Lee of Graham, spent Haven while cutting down a tree

ill on Tuesday September ing and picking will be done with the last of this week In here with which fell on him breaking his '
>pen I), W. Johnson and familywere dUP
I Prospects for a very profitable out cost to the grower. her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J.V.. leg.Ve hope he will soon re- F tPs l
tai I visiting in SUrke last Sunday af +
I ttMIti4. Lewis cover.
fat t tc ternoon. '
Miss Classle lodges of Starke M... and 1111'15.f.! J. McRae and
-- Jacksonville Florida Is
isDr plac- __ __.. . I Rev. \Montgomery: filled his regular
n ..
i Orlando-Under schedules that ed ahead of all southern states In I "'.m spent Sunday afternoon here with appointment at the Methodist daughter Mtxa Lillie of Crosby

L noW being arranged railroads average per capita buying power : MM.I.X.V QAKUNKK: Miss Lula Mae Lewis. church last Sunday morning and lake, were visiting Mr. and \Mra.H. .

Mw Hill put vegetables from South and well up on the list in comparIson -I Mr. Rufus Prescott of Pennayl- evening. M Mcltae Sunday afternoon

lorlda,) Into New York and other with the United States as a chronic stomach trouble for 12 vania Is visiting his parents Mr. r \Mr. and Mrs. 'John Parker of Mi'. Wesley Mcllae of Jacksonville
leis years my whole system toxic and Mrs. S. L. Preocott. his here
tern markets on the .fourth whole in a recent national study was Campvllle visited their Lee was visiting parents
"irning.H ot buying power published by the and I was about to give up hope. Mr. O. W. Dyal and son. Wesley Parker this week Friday
It. Then I started Sareon, have Just have been visiting in our section Mr. Paul Alvarez of Charleston,
K. McCann
1: company of New Mrs. J, C, JllcCol.key of Lake TO your ears In work'h
finished my 10th bottle whole several days of last week. week-end here
Thirty-six Florida York.. my S. C.. spent the
ocala City
visited her aunt, Mrs. Elsie every nerve at high tension.
4U ,unties according to Dr. J. V. system Is built up and I feel as Mr. and Mrs, Tcmmle Wasdln Sparkman last Saturday and Sunday with his parents Mr. and Mrs. No wonder you snap at the wife t i,

a Iimpp of the state live Block aan- Crestview Work begins Immediately physically and mentally fit as I were visiting MrsVasdln's sister, M. J. Alvarez and bark at the children. r t>?4
did 30 years ago !Mrs. Dirt Stokes. Walter Underhill and ti. M.McKue Watch t"
- board are tick free whichLtn preparations to \Mrs A. A. McDonald had her Mr out! Overworked "
on lay as
Florida a little more than "Sargon Pills stimulated my' Mrs. E. Howard has been spend her made a business trip to nerves may lead to Sleepless i
asphalt-Band guest; uncle and
an mix hard surface aunt, \Mr. '
ing a while here with her son and ness, Nervous Headache Nervous '
toward the ultimate goals liver and bowels to perfectlon.Mrs. Jacksonville last WedneHday.Mr. .
alt way and Mrs J. C. Weeks '
on road No. 10, beginning at Nice- of Jacksonville Indigestion and host of '
, Lillian N daughter. and Mrs B. M. McRae were a I
tick free state Gardner K. 8th '
villa and continuing with the pav- other disturbances. + M'u
'Grooverand unpleasant
Mr. and Mrs. Britton __
St. Miami.
ing east to the Walton county line. Canova Pharmacy children visiting Mr.Groover's Rev. Norrla, pastor of the First n Why don t you try Dr. Miles' .! '
tl I Galneevll1e-Florlda's two rep- Thirty days will see a decided dIfference agents. were Baptist church will preach here Effervescent' Nervine Tablets?
sentatlves this year to the Moses In road conditions in the mother Mrs. J. II, Kelley next Sunday morning and evening. Just one in a half glass ot 1, "vg '
i-H training school. HEADACHERELIEVED water makes pleasant sparkling 4
Leadership southern portion of the county as Miss Ruby Burnette who has a ell et
Mrs Lewis and -
: Mertle daughter drink
delightfully soothing-
'ld In Springfield Mass., Septem- result of the been, the guest of Miss
a Annie
new operations.
Beulah Felts ofBalm ZIFF Miss Inez, left, for Winter Garden to over-taxed nerves. t' .
will be ,
8-13 Laura Tucker for
r several
where they will make their weeks QUICKLY Dr. Miles' Nervine Is now o
Ml I. Opal "' ('or,
;t Sola, and Frederick Barber Ocala An Ocala built mono home. We all\ wish them much has returned to her horn In Macon. CART This Panel., V.f.... .Pil made in two forms-Liquid and f

,."unlak Springs. plane was given successful test In their new home. Ga. :IUVL quickly correct tilt Effervescent Tablet. Both have t 'i?)
flights by Rupert Vaviness at the Mr. Purvis Lewis of Jackson- success Mrs. J. O. Lamoreaux returned Iol'LU: digestive disturbances the same soothing effect ( ('
: W. Lewis -
Mr. .
and daughter
I Gainesville-Northern business private flying field at Superior. ville spent Sunday here with his Mlsa t. ,removes the In. $1.00 at your drug; store ;4 ?
Lnwho have Interests in Florida The plane was built by Ernest parents Mr. 'and Mrs. J, W Lewis. Lula Mae and Mr. Shepard testinal poisons, and sick headache *
till ba asked by the Florida State Blair Its construction requiring . Ray attended services at Gra- t u..i.. k. 1._... ykpter. quickly disappears. Your whole system :
ham this week enjoys tonic
of commerce to contrlbie !Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Thomas and a effect constlpa-
umber 18 months of the builders' ( FKStearns'
spare Mr, and Mrs. 1"V." Reynoldsand ., tion vanishes and you feel a,renewed
|+ upward of $500,000 for na- time. The little plane has a four. laughter Hazel were called to the children of Graham were vls- vigor. Avoid bromides and dope,
wide advertising and publicly bedside of Mrs. Thomas' sister and 4te NERVINE
nil cylinder In-line alrcooled engine lUng In our section Sunday after- they AN depressing and harmful ,
for the state. and a 25-foot wing spread. It Is brother-in-law Mr, and Mrs. Mal noon. All Druggists 25c and 75c red pkga.'ARTER'S TABLETS :

silver in color and trimmed in red. colm Hunter, who were seriously
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dyal attended < (
J Tampa Hon. Wallace Stovall, Injured In an accident last Satur Electric PasteIS IImPJI.I-S
church at Graham last week, ,
Ir Trl- -- - - - ---- -- -
years head of the Tampa Apalachlcola-Fifty-eight years day. .
lune and a potent factor in the ago a hive of honey bees made% Mr. and Mr's, T. D. Dyal and GUARANTEED TO KILL

iciness and financial life of south some white clover honey that has daughter Myra spent last Sunday Winter Garden New winter Cockroaches, Wat.rbugs'Rate, the TELEGRAPHOFFERS

Jlorlda, is being urged by the been kept; by the United States I afternoon at Graham with Mr. Dy- Garden Restaurant opened at 633 Mice and Land Crabs. ,

Jampa papers to become a candl- department of agriculture and al's parent's Mr. and Mrs. 0, W. Washington avenue. Million. of ........ h.v. used It during
the past 82 ...,..
l.ite (far tbe governorship In the tested at Intervals throughout Miami Beach --- $9,90O apart-

"'it primary I half century or more. Once almost Dyal.Mrs.. Annie Milliard of Tampa i ment house going tip at 1061 Merl-I 9 ounrni gold/IEv.rywh..-15 ounrM. tt.Sfl ITS READERS.

!I colorless, this honey now resembles anti mother, Mrs. O. W. Dyal of dan avenue. MONEY MACK If IT FAILS

Fort Pierce Purchase of __ ..__ ___ ___ _'_ _n_ _. -' .. -- .-- -. .. -
blackstrap molasses. Its

Jart of 8250 acres qf land nearere .1 original flavor has changed until. ,...------ I '
from the Prudential Land It now tastes like buckwheat hon- TREMEHDOUSSA CUr

lompany, by the American Play- ey.
(rOllnd Inc., and proposal of the -

i-w owners to develop the prop- Orlando Preparations on a i

iity as a pleasure and recreational scale heretofore unknown in Or- Ilh 4 E, .

Miter is announced. ange county are being made to PAY.MORE ? _

harvest the golden citrus crop of A New 6cylinderChevrolet >
Pensaola-Extenslve! plans for this section and the unprecedentedsummer M

,rebuilding redecorating and en I building program of ,

urging, the Knights of Pythias pascking houses in this county

all on West Gordon street. pen- reaches a total of more than

Jicola, are being pushed rapidly 1250,4.00. In addition to the large Truck ON THEIRMAGAZINES

Iirwanl., The lodge Is spending sums being expended by citrus Interests +1f.i

Ibont $8,000' for these Improve- in the county a sudden

lients. wave or residence and commercial! WITH DUAL WHEELS
-- bulldrng has swept this section

Jacksonville -> George If. Bald- running the building'program well
in, president of the chamber of \ kiYouCanHaveYourChoicel
the million dollar mark.
,immerce called a meeting for over !:' .!! '!!:mlFH'i!! ; '!;;'.:' ..'. "J". ;.: ., . " ., t .
ext Tuesday afternoon at 4 The Hlllsoborough ..,;/;.,,.'!,11'!;..p,!".,.;.'.!:.!"."!.'.".'.,'. '' ... ',' FOUR-SPEED :, 6-CYLINDER
Tampa 'I;
; ';!:;' :' I. : SO-HO S POWER ENOINI
!! ,,hii" : :
clock In tile chamber offices to : ': iij' TRANSMISSION
county grand Jury adjourned today '!! " .. I
'.) !,; ::: ,. :....;. NEW i' _.
iscu.ia ways and means to show subject to call, after presenting a ,;,:!ens'; ;,', ; !,,':;: :: NEW LARGER ''N;' !+l'' tI'i11''! li
lie federal government that a accusing members of the : ' : : HEAVIER .1' H ; + rolR! li+ I
report + f
roes state ship canal Is Justified county commission and other .'Sj' !!i:f:!,i;;!::' REAR AXU TRUCK CLUTCH +N. (j i ra ,;.l' ;i

ram economic standpoint. :':Himh: :: ; .;
an county officials of having "an utter ;.
p''.,,:, ;" ..!!,!. II ", sj
disregard of the rights of citizens ; !" ;;!' Of Any FIVE
Moore Haven. The canal and and the sanctity of the ballot : :)!iih'i;' ; 0

,.ke, which Is being built for the ," The grand jury summed up MAGAZINES $ 25

rotectlon of the town shows.flne Its 10-weeks Investigations Into .... P iK
ingress Is being made with the vote frauds herein a report that "

ork and every Indication points put much of the blame of county AndThisNewspaper

i a great improvement in the orHclals although none of the officer r
ntrol of water In the town .by were Indicted. Along with Its j rY It's absolutely" truel No ilrfnf*, nth t ID

19 construction of the canal and.wration final' report the grand jury returned ;: to fill off.r. You can eluclly F, ,; '

of the pumps. Indictments against four memo Y:. FULLY "N.. lm.'t1MAN' ..". your choke of' any S of' th.i. rti.f.mous .

bers of a precinct polling board, ENCLOSED ( migtilnai if' you ACT NOWI 4' l

Winter Park July was a charging them with "false iyfraud. DUAL i ,.'1, /' . The cost Ii Iud a Irlfl of' th.if.ctusl"

>wy month for construction at. ulently and corruptly" certifying BRAKES : . ,I',.','.I!',;,,!)!II,",:,'II'"'"1',1''".;,.' war vilut, A whole y..,' reading' 'for '
1" .
'Inter I WHEELS ... ',', ,I Ii'' II'', '! .1'/1"'
Park and August promises returns on the precinct tabulation ; :: .',..I'" I'' ''k lia; ;:'I',:'hHf:!, i.i.! ; D FlhrMolhr and the "'ddi.' ,. Stork'
i show better record. For Aug- In the baa ., .. ' '." ,. '
a sheets. all grand Jury ".' " !" .
and article known
,',:!' //I"I'lld'.I: on every topic
"t of '
there Is already a program returned 31 indictments charging "B '
U Look .m D..". Select your 'favorites,
-00,000 construction work under lxy officials with ballot box stuf- t

fly and more than a dozen new flog,. repeating, intimidation of A new six-cylHeder, 1'/2-ton Chevrolet truck-with *-- end Mall the Coupon Tedsy I Don'lworry ,' ,,,

inws are to be started within votes, fraudulent vote countingand If' you already f el tome of th...
dual wheels-I* now available llnrryki
at Chevrolet
Renewals will be
ve weeks. vote buying maiulnai. properly ,

dealer everywhere. It I Is big and powerful, ruggedand 2. aTr extended. .. WoMAHaoaxo

Jacksonville -- Ernest G. Holt Fort Myers III and exhausted light D.llv.ry Chot.i. $365
1 dependable. It offers many new features of
itile r National Geographic society after five days of wandering In the Light Delivery Chassis 4

t: Washington D. C., heads an Everglades without food. Bob with Cab. . . . 47O outstanding value to the modern truck user. Andno

'Podltloii leaving here for the lattey was brought back to civilisation (Pick-up box extra) other truck of MoneySayfng ouioAH
capacity cost lets
lids! of the hitherto unknown I tonight. Physicians who attended Road.,., D.llv.ry . *44OPickup to | 1''

udwaters of the Rio Negro and him at his home found a ( boa extra) operate and maintain. Your nearest Chevrolet can-

5e' Orinoco rivers on the* theore- .I disease! of the feet contracted by Sedan D.llv.ry . $595 dealer will' gladly give you a trial load demonstration Subscriptions Are for a Full Year S

csl boundary line between Bra- days of tramping through 'Glades 1J .Ton Choiiii (Cmctpt './AIl"d.,, which It for I max) Head ;
II I and Venezula. mud and sunburn of the face and with Cab . .. . 625 -any time.IMPORTANT. wish to take advaa.. of An-

arms almost as serious! as Illness ,,1........ llaraaln ,..,.,. I am *nrlo.ln. Id.. .yt hoi.r. }
UTILITY 1-TON CHASSIS' .mount In carouse. f..r. ono y'.. ...........P..... }
Julncy- -E. H. Long and asslst- from hunger and exposure. They FEATURESDual Your paper. sad the 5ibtl , I ..... w
'Ols' are in Quincy shaping up aid he would recover. An ox ..rk... .U" .. .1t below. .s ,,

y""K" for the shipping of all varl- team sent from Immokalee yesterday 52OPrice wheel -at slight additional cost, with six
lies markets. Mr. Long repre- morning when Battey was
''nts a large New York produce found 45 miles from there in the truck-type cord tire*-bigger, heavier rear axle St.*r re. V. n 3'

onc"rn who are Interested in fastness of the Everglades returned el IH-fon. tnatfii w""> ofwifhovf -completely enclosed four-wheel brake*-new *
rack that can be grown In this to Immokalee this afternoonand cab inclvdmt front f...d." -- _,_s..t.C slN

"'<:lIon i.of Florida and It .is their Battey was brought here by end apronsrvnnMe. ....rd.,cawdoth /, heavy-duty truck-type clutch-new,stronger steel I Ammrirmm PltryJaaW CO............ ......._ '

olentlon>< tb become more Interest- automobile Battey wandered and soap/.fr panel, heoo1.| equipped1jAtrrvfflir Aeea1 channel frame,4-speed o P.d.r'.0._" Q Mod.ra llaaicauiklacQ ;It)

"d({ ''a local truck crops. away from his hunting camp and lamp*and. pare"-. power valve-lnrhead six-cylinder engine. Q Capper Farmer Nail Farm. rldY.t.arm.l

when he failed to return. Bill Davis DUAL WHI1LS SIS ULTRA Q The Country.R"r"Ir" Q NMdlMraftO
River Junction There Is a de.axt with whom he had started on > .
of clay In the hills of the the trip returned 'here and organ- .par*wh_l. CHEVROLET MOTOR COMPANY, DETROIT, MICH. Lrerybod: ,'.Pllrjr.Ma.. 0 PataAad.r (WkJ7) 1'|_

th; "Uhoochee near River Junc- zed a. search. Battey wa found All,.,Ie..f...b",*r,A4 c.. ,Ohrt.... at 0Mer.." e............ 1 1 Q The ranaaanuj 0 ......,.'. Popular ManlhjyO r

tbon 1 afflclent to supply brick for lying in an Everglades trail not Q fnilta_ OafdMWI ae $_'. DI...

that Part of the state for many far from the camp. He apparently I O G.aU.wau_Mac.QOMdSiwiM a..........reollry........

:' f1 to come. The deposit is ir- had returned after Davis left I Q._ral .....* r*

a depth ula' In thickness: but goes to and started out on foot to make IT'S WISE TO CHOOSE A SIX C n.m.Chet. Q W_'.WarU &tf

of a much. 15 feet In is way out.




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P\GJI] porn BRADFORD. COUNTY" -....m.-......-tRAPD. STARKR.: F'I.OnWA __ __ ___ __ ,_ __ ___ __ I I"_. I IfeO
. - -- - --- --.- --- . -.. --- --- -_..____ __.____ _______.____u__.__. - --- ---- --. ----- - - -- --- ---..- -.--. -'----- -
I'KRCY. 111"
f' urday night!. with Miss OwelJu Sapp, the collector and have them "Sl'DDKX DKATII OF _. \v
I \ IUnmf04 l'l "
VANDERBILT Hall arrented. schedule changes l 10 a. Tampa, Sept t "? ,

MI..... lila. :Ma' Conner, Cor. Miss Nettle Heraer: wa visit D. F. Howell came before the Springs Sept 5.-The m., Sunday, April 20th and trains Duncan 60, torn i t
l c ing relating in Jacksonville dur- board and showed when the tax High died early :yesterdu( ,e
l ( I sudden death of Percy Rivers will run as follows:
i ,: i ing tho weekend. I levy for 1929 wan being made that southbound due ter a brief lllnem 'I
Badness ,
ot Local No.1,
Mrs. Thenny Roberts and children !- Wednesday threw a pull
certain lands belonging to the at his .,
4'a home, 2005
a M Oweida Hall visiting:
i from Jacksonville were visiting F" wan' I over the community when It Starke, 11:11 p. m.

II MISHI3S:;:; : ALDKHMINKNTIKTAI : M/. and<< Mrs. R. M. Alvarez Miss Hilda Sullivan Sunday after- I I Oothe-Howell assessed timber Lumber,, lands companywore \had was learned that his valiant fight Local No. 11, southbound, due ed Funeral from service the .
noon and night unsuccessful, 'r i I
11:13 m.
Monday afternoon.Mr for life had been Starke, a.
'. ; : of
been cut off dining year Methodist .
Miss Audrey Parkham en route death coming at 7:15: a. m., In the Limited No. 107 southbound church
f I and Mrs. George Faulkner, land was as-
1928 aunt that this noon at 4:30
Misses Mona and Blanche Alderman of Ralford was visiting Mr and to Winter Park visited Mr, Margaret land and that government hospital Lake City, due Starke, 10:43: a, m. : 1)1"I|, I
cut over In
I S0s ed as was ,
Prevatt at Slaike last wee Ie. where he was admitted just ten Limited 191, southbound, due
entertained with a buffet Mrs. S 'V. Whiteheud Sunday af 4th
this. land was Mold August A. II. Cole official D',
I their Miss Ruth Fender days before. Starke, 10:36: p. m '
'' Jt supper Friday evening ternoon. spent Monday 1930!.I for unpaid tuxes TheGothe- were M. A. Sumii, lli
i I t 5. home on Walnut street. Miss Pearl Johnson, and her parents night with Miss Nettle Hersey. Howell[ Co., wants to redeem this Taken sick on the Friday preceding Locals Northbound: Foulks, Dr. to'. A t
No. 2, due Starke 6:43: a. m.
Baskets of beautiful red dahlias Mrs Cora Sullivan, Misses Lucille admission to the ra"
week- If proper
E from Graham spent land they can get '
> Nt mer, Irwln, ,
No. 12 due Starke 3:05: p. m. II ,
In and :
t > and fern were placed artistically end at Macclenny with relatives. and Hazel and Mr. Willie adjustment on their valuation. Dr. Whitlock was called Leod. u.

r about the dining; and living Mr and Mrs. )'. M. Norman Sullivan of Waldo were visiting This land was sold Aug. the 4th diagnosed the!" case as a bad case Limited No. 108. due Starke, Mr. Duncan hud ,

rooms. The dining table laid were visiting Mr. and Mrs Sim Mrs. Sullivan's brother, Mr.\ and under certificate No, '100, 2.167 of Infected tonsils: treated them. 6:63: p. m.Starke of Tampa for 20 h let!I

with a handsome (cloth was centered Kelly Sunday. Mrs J. J. Zeigler and family Sun 168 and 169, and the board not but found no response during' the an.d Wannee Branch; here v l:1
with a bowl of dahl'as.'! Messrs. Randolph Crosby and day afternoon. being able after such a sale to Intervening perIod. Monday, whenno No. 101 leaves Starke 7.a.. m.. No. Lloyd, Fl .u{ mr
Mr. U. !M. Mersey and Clyde noted In the 102 arrives 2.40! p. m. dally except as city clerk undo, \\H\ .
After the delicious three course Paul Underbill were visiting in << son make the adjustment, It was there- improvement was missioners .roe
supper the remainder of the evening this section Sunday afternoon. were visitors to Jacksonville last fore recommended that the clerkof deceased's condition arrangementswere Sunday and vla \ 6t
h +' spent' In telling highly Friday. made for admission to the T. J. Griffin agent by a with> ( ,
was figure
( Miss Edna Manning of Jackson- the board of commissioners -; ter, Miss Annie (8URI
f, imaginative stories. ville spent the week-end with her Mr. and Mrs John Hall mend the taxes of this' cut over land government hospital in Lake City. and Duncan i "rsng.

Mrs. O, W. Alderman, mother of parents Mr. and Mrs. J, II. Man- children of Karlton are visitingher at the price Of other cut over lands I But here too the patient failed to Blue Bus Schedule a brother E r OUn1,, ol

__ f t the hostesses Mrs. O. C. White parents, Mr. and ,'Irs. O. W, and submit the figures to comptroller !Show! Improvement during the first Southbound-8:37: a. m., 11:37a. : Miami

ill it feg p and Mrs. O. L. Betsley assisted ning.Mrs.. Mary Whitehead and Miss Hlnson. of the state of Florida and few days. The Friday preceding m., 4:07: p. m., 6:37: p. m., lit-: ----*-- - -.

heat .. In looking after the pleasure of Muriel Whitehead of Lake Butler, Misses Alma Illnson and Evelyn ask for his approval of said death blood poisoning set in witha 40 p. m. General Gas and r tporation t-:

.' t disa :, the guests. wero visiting Mr. 'and Mrs. S. W. I Hall were visiting at Hampton charge. gradual sinking until the end Northbound-4BO: a, m., 8:63: purchased
tab). I(I. Invited to be with the Misses Whitehead Sunday afternoon. Wednesday. After having toniidered the was announced Wednesday.An I a. m., 1:63: p. m., 4.23 p. m., 8:23: DeLand, Orange< "II'

+ Alderman were: Misses Mln Gru- Messrs. R. M. Alvarez', L. L. Mr. n, E. Lee of St. Augustine/ estimate of expense of Unioncounty ex-doughboy with two years p. m. ford va

X14 r I her Ethel Griffin, Eunice Per- Conner and Fate Rogers made a who has been spending his vacation as heertofore made and service to his credit, the late Percy Tickets and Information at Key West Stop 'I ,

Ins Madge Middleton, Isabel Fernandez business trip to Green Cove with his parents, Mr and adopted by this t>o'arA. and theestimate Rivers saw service! In France alt a Smith's Service Station, next to ot over-sea hlghwai! i 1)1 Ink

!! Pearl Jordan and Florence Springs last Wednesday. Mrs. K. B. Lee and family returned of the anticipated revenue member of the American Expod: courthouse. faced with a phalt.Peacock Jtlh

,\ Matthews Misses Nina Whitehead Flora to his business at St. Augustinelast available for the year under tlonary force, and took part 1 In

:: Messrs.: Owen Griffin Broward Belle and Agues Johns were visit. Saturday. the provisions of section 1529, revised many sanguinary battles duringthe

''' sear Lovell, John Powell, Paul Rudolph Ing Mr. and Mrs. Parrish of New general statutes of Florida crucial period ot the war. Enlisting rr/q

ae (r, ', that ,t Wesley Stearns, R. A. River Sunday. 1920, and the estimate revenues from this city, the deceased II

the Green, Dr. H. B. McLendon and Misses MaRie and Ellen Nor- from taxes and also the estimates returned to High Springs when

S ; % Dr. S. P. Vandlvlere. man and brothers Russell and LAKE BUTLER of the request of the board of discharged from service. Of late

tl __u_ -_ Frank attended church at Lawtey bond trustees and the board of ;years engaged In the automobile

HL'Iil'ItiMI: 1MIITY Sunday and were dinner guests of llttl Krne, Cor. public Instruction of this county, garage and service station businessIn SCAN THIS.Grocery

-- Miss Edna Futch. severally, for a levy of taxes to the west end he had a myriadof

Miss Rosalind Jacobs who The Wateroak Baptist church Ingoing provide the funds as provided for' friends and acquaintances both
The community grieved to
_ leaves next week to enter school at to begin a revival meeting was In said estimate, severally It was here and among the traveling pub
learn of the daath of one of Its
Tallahassee was the honoree at a Sunday night, September 14th. Everyone former citizens Mr. Percy Rivers resolved that there be and there is I Ic. List

surprise party given Wednesday is cordially Invited to at- of High Springs. Mr. Rivers hereby levied upon all of the tax- Besides a wife Mrs. Rivers and .

afternoon by her sisters Mrs Wil- tend. succumbed from infections result able property in Union county, real two children. Martha 4, and Wallace -
and Miss Miriam and personal, Including
t liam Dobrow ing from ton llltls, electric 7, several close relatives, Including -

A Jacobs Miss Elsie Douglas left last Fri- telegraph telephone and a brother in Lake Butler,
Three tables were set for bridge/ lines, and the property of all public the deceased is mourned by a wide;
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS day for a visit with her sinter
which the guests enjoyed during Mrs. L. M.. Piper of South Carolina service and or public utilities'companies circle of friends who knew him Syrup
1111.... Helm Oirilvn Cur.Messrs. for
in said county, a tax
the afternoon. When scores were In social and business way. Sor-
r I taEt'l.n' I where she will spend a month. a
added at the end of the progressions Mrs. Piper will be remembered aa state, county and special tax districts row for his early passing and the 0I ,

:1 J a + Miss Annie Mae Pearce held Harold[ Lawrence J. D.Renfroe. Miss Rosele Douglas formerly of purposes, as follows: bereavement suffered by, Mrs. River No. 1 call ___ __ __ JOe

high, and Miss Ruth Sternberg Lawrence Walrath and this city. .. For the purpose of providing > was heartfelt and sincere the :

Both received appropriate Frank Walrath, Jr., spent several revenue to defray general and ordinary mall F Ne. 1 1.2
low Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Dowling were the expressions coming by l 1 call ., ._ J.jeNo.1212
prizes. days last week at the camp on visitors expenses of said county Including personal calls floral pieces and II /
r p to Jacksonville for a few
The honoree was presented by Lake Carlton fishing, i days last week as the guests of : salaries 'of officers, clerk, offers of aid from near and far. can _ ._ 25cY
..r her guests with a novely clock Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Mrs. Ray their daughter, bliss! Clarice'Duel hire, etc., there is hereby levied a A member of the local Legion

.and by her sisters with an amber Lawrence, daughter, Ruth and ing. general revenue tax of seven mills. Post, funeral services comblneu

Itfr toilet set. Rev' E. D. Mowry drove to Gainesville Miss Kate Kpperson will leave For the purpose" of providing th's ritual with the regular servIce -

A sweet course was served to Thursday. revenue to pay the expenses of conducted by Rev. Pender-
for McIntosh
today where she will
the following guests, who were invited The Tureen supper held at the promoting fostering/ and encouraging in High Springs. Forminga
ray teach the coming term. grass:
A to be with Miss Jacobs: Inn Thursday evening for the Miss Lillian !McCall of Palatka the. business of agricultureIn cortege here the body was taken Y Pure Cane Sugar

Misses Annie Mae Pearce, Hazel benefit of the Woman's club wasa said county including the sal- .to Lake Butler for burial with /
was the guest of her uncle Mr, '
l Ad kins, EBtelle Davis Dora Manning success in every way. These C. C. McCall of Guilford last Sun- ary of the county farm 'demon- the final rites performed at 'tlia

4 ; Scootle Andrews, Clara Louisa suppers will be held every two day. stration agent, there is hereby place by Rev. Proctor Thursday

i'4 !! Peek, Ruth Sternberg Eloise weeks, but at the club house In levied for the fine and forfeiture afternoon.. 10 Pound - SOc
Dr. J. M. Mann and family were
bnrdr Hitch Mrs. Doyle Harward and the future. fund a mlllage of two mills. .
visitors to Lake City last Sunday !
ndi Mrs. J. R. Boring, Jr., of Waldo. Mr. and Mrs. E, A. Smith returned afternoon.Col. For (the purpose of providing I

Sunday from a two months funds for the construction, repair TKACHKKS' EXAMINATION: M.x
D. E. Knight of Starke
vacation in'Pennsylvania.About and upkeep of roads and bridgesin t
BRIDGE: ('IXn MKKTH\ : hundred and made a business trip here last said county other than hard- -
Cane .- one thirty
I, Gainesville people had a picnic Monday surfaced roads,':-there' Is hereby Persons wishing to take theache'ra" ; Gold Medal
A. Z. Adklns Mrs. O.; B. Phillips and daughter -
Judge and Mrs. entertained -
levied road add bridge tax of
supper at Keystone Heights beach a examination will report .'
1 1to members of' their night Delia, were visitors to Hampton 1' '
i Friday and a dance in the pavilion eight mills. at the courthouse Thursday, Sept
1h! 'c i ib bridge club Friday evening atthelJ' later. last week-end aa the guests of For the purpose '''of creating a 18, 1930, at 8 o'clock and be supplied \ Kitchen Tested

diet nti home on Walnut street. On Saturday night a crowd from Mrs.. Phillips' parents. sinking fund for the retirement of with pen Ink and legal cap

Autumn flowers In vivid colors Lake Butler were at the beach for The regular meeting of the road bonds of Union county at paper. '

ti FLv brightened the rooms, where three their Woman's Club has been postponedfrom and for the of FLOURs
i weekly dance and swim maturity, purpose A. J. Griffls, supt.
v a tables were placed for play Miss\ Davis, a teacher at Melrose this month until next. The creating a fund for the payment of

l At the final round scores were Is the guest of Miss Helen first Monday in October announces Interest thereon'Ithere Is hereby BAR//

;*t d t It ti) **p i added and prizes awarded Mrs. J. Lawrence. Mrs. K. G. Duncan levied an Interest and sinking 666 241bs.- - $1.0712pounds55c
k t The former of the Lake
..a C. Robinson and Mr. C. A. Knightfor patrons
.1 l'pic, Mr and Mrs B. R, Weld Mrs.C. fund tax of twenty-five mills.
: rendpie enC holding high scores. H. Clark and Mrs. W,. H. Ogden Butler Bank should file their For the purpose of the providIng Hfllrrrm a Ifradarae or Neuralgia !.
3 The hostess served a' tempting callms more strictly says the bank for the' maintenance and so; ralnutrn, ........ a Cold the Iln' I'..
were In Gainesville Tuesday.BROOKER up '
i the liquidator! Mr Jos. E. Wilson. lar.. and ......k. Malaria I" threedare. .
;rq II UlWrlm salad course to guest keep of the public schools in said 1 '
e.krrr The players were: Mr. and Mrs. Mr. J. B. Kite spent the week- county 'and for ''the payment of OOO also in Tablets '

L. istl C. A, Knight, Mr, and Mrs. H. C. end In Jacksonville as the !guestof teachers' salaries' and the salaryof

r Ae Wall, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. ]Koblnosn. his brother, Alvin. Kite form- the county superintendent of
l o, Senator and Mrs )oJ. M. Johns, Mr. erly of this place.
ore r _ _ and Mrs D. P. Carpenter and Mrs 1HI.. ....., G.,..,.. Co. Dr. and Mrs. Cy D. Marshburnwere public Instruction and per diem Keep Cool at the NO.2 CANS
and mileage of the board mem-
i Telfulr Long. In town a few. days this week bers and other. Items of general r 27
a T Tomatoes f for
rd'e I Sheriff Epperson and deputy attending to business and visiting and ordinary nature In the operat- FLORIDATHEATRE cans c
Sapp of Starke were transacting their friends. Dr. Marshburn
l'KXDKK-HIM.fX: : was ing of the public schools. of said
; business here Wist Friday a former physician of this place
the of boardof
uhf Mrs; A. F. Raulerson and Misses !Mr. and Mrs. county, on request
D. F Howell of ,
Wllllalm D. Pender and Mrs. public Instruction that thereIs
Pearl and Lola Galney were at- Macclenny\ were visitors In Lake Home of "ItaphoneGAINESVILLE Brooms Post Toasties
Emily L. Silcox were qultely mar- levied n general school tax often
: tending to business In Starve Friday Butler Tuesday. ..
,, ried at two o'clock In the after- I mills. FLA.
noon on Sunday, Sept. 7, 1930, at last 1 Miss Carylon Duncan will leave, For the purpose of supplement

_ the home of Rev. R. E. Blanchard Misses Rosa Lee and Stella Mae Monday for the State College for ing the general school fund and 6-String 59c Flakes
Ward and Elsie Mae - -
t Sappington
Women. Miss Duncan was one of Corn
1 Lawtey Only a few friends and and Messrs. Sam and Charlie the graduating class of" 1930. for the purpose' of creating a fund Program Week Sept. 12
relatives the of portion'of
were present. for payment a
Brosky and Wesley Barnes of Miss Mary Mar bnrn of Green- -- -- -
_ After the ceremony, Mrs. lilan- maintaining and' keeping up the
Jacksonville spent the day here vllle S. is 4-String---39c 3pkgs.
chard .served delicious refresh Sunday. Vivian, Fowler C., this the guest week. of Miss public schools In the various special TODAY - -

r ,,1ydi ments. tax districts of said county
!Mr. Huddle Russ of Lacrosse Miss Nettle Mae Fowler left this Greta GarboIn
Mr. and Mrs. Pender will be at severally, and the payment of .
spent several day of last week week for
Tallahassee where she
home to their friends at th'elr teachers' salarleis therein, and for BEST GRADE
e here visiting friends and relatives will attend school the coming I
year, "Romance"With
home on Lake Klngsley. the retirement of and paymentof
r Mr. A. A. Hazen and H. P. Mr. Clyde Clemms is recovering Interest on bonds of said districts -

,f i iUI' a ,('Jl1'LJ MEETING: : visiting Galney south are spending Florida.Superlntendent'Orims. this week was from In an one auto night'accident last week which on the he' where they exist, there Is Lewis Stone Compound Lard, 2 pounds - 23e I

of Starke hereby levied upbn all of the tax- A Lake City and Lake Butler road
u Circle One, Baptist W M\ U., was transacting business here last able property In each of said districts ....4" and Hound News
3e Mr. P. M. Taylor has accepted a
met with Mrs 0. II. Bennett on severally, both real and personal - Floripure Fancy Pink
G E Wednesday. position with the Georgia South-
railroad telegraph
Monday afternoon devotional exercises SATURDAYBuster
Mr. and !Mrs. C. S.:) Laird were ern R. R. of Vienna Ga. Mr Tay-
telephone" and electric lines
being conducted by the Juice
Orange SalmonNo.2
visiting In Gainesville last Tues lor was formerly an operator with Keaton I
leader Mrs. J. M. Brownlee. read- In said districts severally.
/1 day.
the Southern of this place. In
followed ing the property of public service
Ing the 121-123rd Psalms and .
o Proto and !Mrs C. S. Laird and
County ( ConinilitnloiM-rtt:
and for the public utilities companies "DOUGH BOY"the
with the Lord's Prayer In
Miss Lola Gainey and !Mrs A. F. 25c Pound I5c
The board of county commissioners
car -
t concert. Those present were the following special comical side of war. can
r' ad Raulerson, members of this school) of Union county, Florida,
school district tax as voted and WithA
Mesdames W. L. Wall J. M.
Bel' faculty were attending to businessIn met Sept. 1, In regular session .at
declared ea'h'of said districts KRAZY MAT CAUTOOV
by :
cox, W. II. Perkins, J. B. Sapp J, Gainesville last
Tuesday courthouse
the In Lake Butler at
pi, Brownlee, %V, B. Mundy. Sub-districts: No., Johnstown, -- FANCY
44 Mr. MallIe Surrency was transacting 10 o'cjock a. m., with the follow & LARGE
10 mills: No. 2. Dowling 6, mills; Monday Tuesday
Ito), shrug ('In'I..: MKKT1NO: : business in Starke lastTuesday ing members present: S. M. Dukes, No.- 3.. Thomas.. 3 mills: No- 4, New "GOOD NEWS"WITH
Potatoes 10 30c
chairman] J. M. Conner Hassle pounds
The e; Zion, 10 mills; No.5. Brannen, A RT.tUST - I
F'f 7 and pile No3 of the Baptist W. Hurst B. 1<:. Brown and W. S. 10 mills; No. 6, Little Springs, 10 A picture of college days on the -
and el- meet Monday atteroon at Croft. mills; No.1, Lake Butler. 10 campus and on the football field

r'i; > the It"me of Mrs. 'V, J. Epperson. TIIERESSA Minutes of the last 'meetingwere mills; No. 8. Raiford, 10 mills; With A Charley duwe Comedy Fancy Yellow Van Camp's
read and It
T,e devotional program was led MlM ft.... ."lr, Cor. approved. was No. 9, Pine Grove 10 mills; No. "GIRL SHOCK" &!II: Bound News
:, th ; In.Mrs. O. W. Alderman, after moved and carried that the board 10, Liberty 3 mills-; No. 11, -- Onions

I ewe r 1..llch the remainder of the af- appropriate f 6 for relief of (L, 'V. Brooks, S mills; No. 12, Roberts WEDNESDAY"ON MILK

!Mrs. W. T. Zelgler and little James and family B mills No. 1' '"Miller -8 mills
y'a jernoon was spend sewing. ; ; ;
6. 1r Mrs. Epperson was assisted by son returned to, their home in The board decided by agree No. 17, Five Mile,'6 mills: No. 19, I YOUR BACK"With

Mrs. 8. B. Johns In serving light Jacksonville last Friday after a ment with L. T. Dyer that they Mlday, 10 milts? No. 20, Dobln- 4 Pounds15c 3 large - - 27c

t' refreshments. visit with Mr. and Mrs. J., J. Zeig- will pay him one dollars for salary son, 10 mills; No. II, Providence, Irene Richand

ler and daughters. and traveling expenses for the 10 mills: No. '22, Palestine, 6 -

16 ('lite....: :MEETING: Mlssea ,Margaret Turner of year beginning Oct. 1st, 1930, to mills. Bond district No. 7, Lake H: n.. WARNER:

is Hampton and Willie Mae Illnson continue his work as county agent Butler, 1 mill; 'No. 8, Raiford, 5 A picture of the fashionables of MAXWELL' HOUE

d ''r'rt' The Junior Woodman Circle spent the week-end at Earlton and also to set aside 9200.00 for mills. For the'purpose of retiringthe New York

n.5 PF will meet Tuesday evening, Sept. with the latter' sister, Mr. and the 'year for current expenses, office outstanding indebtedness of COMING: Tlllttfl. *!II: FRIDAY Coffee pound can - - - - - 35c

r1I 16 at the Woodman Hall. It is Mrs. John Hall and children. equipment and premium In Union, county, and the Interest Ramon NavarroIn ,

< I 1, desired that all members be present Miss Mildred Phillips spent club work. thereon there is hereby levied a

as there Is Important businessto Thursday night with .Miss Ruth The board was Instructed to tax of two and one-half mills
tx come up.Winter Fender. I write A. P. Spencer about the "Call of the Flesh"with

Mr. and Mrs J. E. Adklns and change In salary I M- C

a Garden American La daughters Misses June and Grace The board Instructed the tax Tampa-Tom Huston will build 'Comedy-Laurel and Hardy STORE"Where

i France, fire engine pumper pur- ot Hampton were dinner guests collector that all parties doing $100,000 plant on eight-acre site MUKDEIl.I''CASK:

chased for cItT.Okflechobee .- Sunday at the home of Mr. and business without securing license on west side of Hlllaboroagh river '

Corn elevator Mrs. J. J. Zeigler. by Sept. 15th to have a warrant south of Michigan avenue to bottle RKCJl'LAR PRICKS, 1O-.SOC Satisfaction Is a Certainty"t

established in this city Miss Mildred,Phillips! spent Sat- sworn out for them by Ury O, new form of frozen fruit JuIce. -


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Miss Jeanette Johns has returned Rev, George .... Scott teacher of Attack Made '

home after visiting friends and hiHtory Jn Southern Collegu, wat... Being "' ,,
, I I,1 relatives In L8cooc>aee. here several days this week visit !
) I On New Tariff For
, JRIDAY& SATURDAY SPECIALS ing his brother and -..illttrInIaw.I Now tIe'electioll is
Mr. and Mrs K. A. Scott! Rev. that over
I'' Star Brand Shoes, Men's wom-
Fresh Tomatoes
Scott was enroute to his home In ;
., en's and children's) at greatly reduced -
L, iold anil other brnnd :SUc I'alnltllh'o.. Lakeland after pt'nding' the summer .
\ | 29c Sale.
prices Stump's Big r ,
tau; ','Ure" $1 It'lo 19 "ha'\H'O\ .. in Clayton Ga. Retention of the present satisfactory "

,, I nl'Ieni tariff on fresh tomatoes In ,
i 49c Miss Nellie Harrod of Jackson- Mr.\ 0. C. tdrfiigmon' with advocated by the American. Farm Business ought to gel better. t ,

I i ford au.1 ether Be! 'Itk' ms..1).1 _ ..__ ville has been visiting friends in daughter and ton-ln-law, Mr. and Bureau Federation In a potltlon

0: ,rllllll ,'1"11I's $1 1,95 Starke. :Mrs[ Frank Carter, all 'of TAmpa, riled with the U. S. Tariff Commission
-- _n' 7& Rullhing were guests of J. M. Truby Tues- .
',,9 tkC 39c this action being occas- t
Alcohol . ____ __ Mr. ''Carter left _. ;
'jI' day.Ir.! and !
Ki,," k'8 Lemon Mrs O. L. Huynes O. L. Haynes ioned by activities of foreign tomato -
1" Ion| 89c" Jr., and Miss Myrtle Reddish Wednesday for a visit at Black who peeking to r.
31.lntL, l.nn-l/ IIIJ rn-ain __ . 2S(' Sun, tallRat, dl' : 17c Visitors to Lake Butler Monday were Mountain\ N. C., while Mr. Livingston -: break interests down the protection are given' In fact, I'm sure It will for Charllo Ftitch promised me It
Item'h Paste .:.. Mr. he elected he would to It right .
accompanied by was see away.It
'fit IOI'llCI'n Tariff
,,3o;; tuliic- ( ) afternoon. ( American growers! by tho o t i
Powdi-r and Kla- I went on to (Philadelphia Pat i act passed by Countess in June. ,,
m. OQal' but I
27c might have been only a campaign promise hope f
have ask-
l'el'fRlne' The foreign competitors
tqry tu11"s -- 11 c.k.. Halve __ . Mrs. O. L. Hayneis Mrs. Frank 1111'. and Mrs. It. A. Swift and ed the commission to Institute an elther'Charlle or Hoover gets in some good work soon
IliMiblnaml'ilriK Hoover, Mrs, W. Bryant and Miss son, Edward Hall of New Orleans '
: : 51109 Investigation looking to a -
OilH 1.0\\.1' __ . __ 49c Myrtle Reddish were vlsUors! to' who have been visiting her' of the new duty on fresh tomatoes These campaign promises are tricky things. They. sound .
life IIl1lh talc ZO.MTK ____ . Penney Farms Wednesday father H, Austin, and sister, Mrs: provided iiv that act. mighty good at the time, but after the election nobody seems vs0,1
lulbb'lIllIk, : Oeo. _<\.. Gardiner for the past' two :
% 3911..11& C SOc New Stile to remember them except the voter That's the reason the
Regular The "Farm Bureau action III tak-
._.._. OQp Brownlee In
tog Mrs. H. L. Mrs. J. mouths !left for their homo
, 11./ / Gillette Razor: IHiulen. While en on behalf of tomato misers In poor taxpayers shuffle: along the streets mumbl'ng to themselves era
Epperson and Misses! Mary Browne New Orleans Wednesday
10. .171etrhrr'r. ('as29c I KV p.\.Ho..nt.\ IMina, 1'114'0. lee and Lois Kile! Turner were In here Mr. nnd Mrs.\ Swift and son, :.Florida New Mexico and other and making faces at little children.
__ sections where for three years the
iuri.l -- Utloaoh I loIent tooth. Gainesville Tuesday afternoon and Mrs, lee). A, Gardiner visited
'IM1Itq : OQp points of interest throughout Industry has been In a state of You have to watch these politicians.' I know--I'm one myself '+
'h __ many 1
"'I.lltl Wille 79c Dr, \V 'Mlddlelon and Mr. the state, especially the East uncertalutly because of the tariff During the last campaign I promised everythingfrom
____ '
-- situation.\ The attack on the tariff -
'an.tut I urdulti ::.k' LlNtvrliitt Tooth 9c James Hornsby have returned Const silk hose to lower taxes, but all I really gave away weretinndcliiKpa
. __ from ten fishing in' duty com OH chiefly from Mexi-
S"ulbb's1I11t'r.,1: I'nsto a day's trip ---- -- ----
',!.< ygc can competitors who are forfeited and a lot of good will.
Georgia. l'MMtll PLANTING: MONTH!
Oil -"'-- I'i..'.< 1-2 1"'f'kltlll'; M..I'-/'III. / with American .capital and pro-
tri I'TRTIUH: "'.\SCtI: THAN ducers the Mexican But speaking of .>elections I ever held one 'In my store I'm Ott
with mnlm<.i of two peon
et.99I'oud'N( CoM | 7Qp The Magnolia Cafe has been ; iKAK:
79c Ul labor'' cure all of customers would vote unanimously for Onyx
I my
dram -- __ INII'kltllf'M; for ______ thoroughly overhauled and repainted -.-.'- 7 te
( In readiness for reopening! Canal Point, Flu v Sept. 6.--- Thin duty, as provided In the Hosiery; especially since the price line been reduced.
Tliewe .Hliu til prices arc for only1'IONI
r (1930
Tariff Act of signed by President -
within the next few days.
General observations! In this section -
I eanl \rw
SUITS tnrntlon I/
: io>-WK IIKLIYKU: : t
Hoover June 17 Is
point out that farm operations on now thai New NAoen
The W. M. S. of the Methodist are about a month further advanced three cents per pound on fresh tomatoes Ihrn..v.'llornlNoplrlr ......- STERNBERG'STill nrrHInVon >f.v Hats&<< eves/. a .i
r church will meet Monday after- I than at this time lust year. On behalf of the domestic warn ors liltntnw Irw dnyn.
CANOVA PHARMACY noon at 4 o'clock at the church growers of tomatoes the American art au.y. nrnp Inoeras-
The advance, however. Is In the \ In nut<< MO ; ItKM.\ltIK Tnt: : . ''I ;
Business and meeting.Mr. Farm Bureau Federation! has asked '
program amount of land on which work has fur ,ir. JFull
",\ ."'.\\"s RKLIAI1LK": started and not on acreage planted the Tariff Commission to take
I'res. riptIon Pharmacist. Prompt, accurate> ServiceLcJNevis C, F. Ward has returned Everywhere there pre-more no steps ,such as the foreigners Kasliloii Oil:x[ II<>M"( T>' for rau't Iwiit that r,; s

from a vacation trip to Asheville, seed beds than last year, linllcut- desire, to consider whether a
N. C., and is the guest this weekof Ing a larger acreage In eggplants, change in this duty should be
. __ _
-- 0" C. Dick. made. e
and Mrs.
-- Mr B.
and fall tomatoes. About
An investigation Is unnecessary; '
II -- 40 acres of beans are up In this
I Mr. Charles Darby leaves FrI. section It Is unwarranted ; and It Is unfair SUITS CLEANED, PRESSED AND) RESHAPED '

day for New Orleans La., where Although It Is generally bellelved to the domestic fresh tomato industry a
he will continue his studies at that the acreage planted to truck the Farm Bureau petition J. Frank Thoman-Phone 52 ;

Bits of Tulane University. In south Florida: and the Everglades : asserts. '
will be larger t titan that of Under the flexible provision of "
Col. and Mrs. J. E. Futch stopped last year, there Is uncertainty and l the Tariff Act the Tariff commission FOIl ALL YOUR SEA FOOD" WANTS. WILL CAKUY FULL''tt'>:
here Wednesday on their way most of the preparations that are In 1927 Instituted an Investl- '
-,. from Anhevllle N. C. to their being made me cautions and ten gaUon of the fresh tomato Industry Ji
home In DeLand.' tative. It Is pointed out. Public hearngs -

There" Is always that lurking were held at which all Interested -
Our People Business and Mr.' and Mrs. H H. Young accompanied clanger of floods during September parties) presented their arguments' TICK-FREE{ AREA THROUGHOUT

jconcerninll the County and Town. Theodore Young to Auburn and October J the months of The President Hoover
Ala., where he entered heaviest rainfall on the lower east announced that he would cull a
r rI I __ school. toast, If the lake and canals over special session of congress to revise NORTH FLORIDA MORE OR LESS yIN y-:
Ihlr c.o::>o::>o::>= = = = == 15 C flow. the tariff law as it applied to>

;'rtmn RETORT<: Mr. Fred Carlton was''a visitorto Regular meeting Order of Eastern Farmers are being urged to agricultural products.:
Il Star will be held Monday, September In the debate during the past
lending- Jacksonville Tuesday. plant increased( acreage due to the LIMELIGHT WEST\ SUFFERS
v' 15, 7:30: p. m. Membersand new tariff protection and the year and a half the house ways ;

Sept. 8, 1930. visitors urged to be present. drought effects In t the north, hut and means committee approved a I _
],11'. and Mrs. J. M. Mitchell .
rate of three cents. This -- -- - - ---
I {ate Max. MIn Preclp. the Influence of protective duties was reduced -
, spent Tuesday in Jacksonville. Miss Margaret Williams left against Imports and the lack of to 2 1-2 cents by the senate (Lake City Ueporter.) prices for the future unless the a; '

I s 91 72 0,24t Sunday afternoon for Atlanta Oa., crops: In other sections are sub finance committee but the 3 cent The South and particularly the authorities quickly transfer tho ,. +

4 90 73 0.45 Mrs. J. R. Boring Jr.. of Waldo, where she will enter Woodberry ordinate to the tact that there Is rato was eventually approved by tick-free area of North Florida, Including bent breeds of beef stock out of
t 1 88 75 0,04t. was visiting In Starke this week. Hall School for girls. less money than usual available to the senate. This rate being thus / Columbia county Is moreor the regions: of the drought Into (q''' '
t. 6 92 73 1,02t finance sanctioned! by both chambers of less in the lime-light at this the Southern woods where grasses' +,
crops .
t 93 70 0,40I. Thomas and Yancey Williams' advised to congress It was approved by the are both abundant and nutritious.At +
Farmers are .being
I. 8 90, '''l1. 0.00 M. Luck of nalford! was"a business l@ft Monday morning for Bamberg, diversify their{\ planting president when he signed the bill. time.The Interest suddenly becoming the same time northern stock ,
t. 9 86" '73"0.12 visitor here:.Monday. j. S. C., where they will 'enter Car- frost resisting I leaf and bunch "Less than two months have evident In. centered upon our vast cannot be exposed to the Texas _

otal for week, 2.27 Inches. . -'- lisle School.Mr. vegetables, and iris probable that elapsed since the new rate on fresh flat-woods and its luxuriant Krasse tick fever areas. )
Everything In the 'store on sale this fall and spring.will see a larger tomatoes went Into effect," the Columbia County Fuvoralilit
(Mayor H. C. Wall was a business at Stump's Big Sale; and Mrs.i\ N. Kendrick variety of truck vegetablesthan Farm Bureau petition further re- Many sections of the North and Columbia and several others of i; Witt
liter to Jacksonville Wednesday. and Misses Elizabeth and Bstelle usual. cites. "The opponents of an ade- West are literally burning up. The the highly progressive counties of
-. I Dorothy Ellen Steele of Gainesville Kendrick are home from'a trip' quate rate on fresh tomatoes hard once verdant prarles of Illinois and Florida are tick free with wide

ptore[ full of bargains in Stump's Is visiting her aunt, Mrs. J. to North Carolina. .\R..\ UMKH: I'llOTKiTIOV: ly waited for the ink to dry on the green hill-lands of Missouri acres of flat woods and offer exceptional F. ,a4v s

g; Sale B. Sapp, this week. -- I'KOM: WOODS rillKH: DOIHI.KH: the pre ldellt'* signature to the act are today but brown and dusty ranging advantages.
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Reynoldsleft to prevent adaiiuate( protection to blotches against a murky horizon A large land organization west ir%

I Col. and Mrs. A. S. Crews spent ],[r, and Mrs. W. B. Mundy. Jr.,, recently for their home In The area under organized forest the domestic tomato Industry. and the cruel sun of an extra or. of the Suwannee river has already p Xsrl
luduy! In Madison. Loulsburg, N. C., after a .visit with "This. Is tendered Its lands to the
were visitors In Jacksonville Mon lire protection In cooperation with hasty move for an Investigation dinary summer drying up the govern
day. Mrs. E. F. Johns. the landowners aDd federal gov- by the commission !ponds and streams and wells, and ment and dozens of smaller' owners '
I Col. and Mrs. A. S. Crews were wnment has almost doubled during amounts to an attempt to nullifY even cutting down the water supplies of range lands have joined In + ;m

( Jacksonville last Friday. W. E.' Torode was attending to Mrs. O. L. Beasley returned the past year, according to the decision of the congress of the ; of the cities. the movement to bring the cattle au ,
business matters In Jacksonville Wednesday from Tampa, where statistics just released by the United States, without an oppor- Itiixhliig. Musk to :Mnrkrt of the damaged districts to North f kt
I Mrs Robert Tanner and sons, Wednesday. she visited her parents, Mr. and Florida Forest Service.A tunity to try out this rate .which The results In that thousands of Florida v/'r'
I Baldwin visited here last week. Mrs. A. C. Durden. total acreage of 1,187,963 congress provided. head( of cattle are being rushed to "It l Is an III wind 4hat blows nobody +

See the $1.60 Humming Bird acres are now receiving organized! "If the opinion of congress had market, because their owners are good," says an old adage.<< _
[Auto tops, cushions and cush- Hose reduced to' 98c In Stump's Mrs. J. H. Pitta and children, protection as compared with 670285 ,- been closely divided or I Inconclusive unable to grow/ or buy the necessary Undoubtedly the hot, dry weather
covers. M. Leviton. 26tf Dig: Sale. Ronald and Keene, returned froma acres for the previous fiscal and the matter had not feeds to maintain the herds In many of the cattle-producing: / l''

two months visit with relativesat year ending June 30, 1929, showing been thoroughly considered, there The feeders and breeders In the and feeding states will be forced '
Mr. Owen Griffin Is at his home Macon, Ashburn, and .Tlftou, a rapidly increasing Interestof might be some justification for afflicted .states. are urging the na- to find range; Breeders and a
i recovering from a minor operation Ga. Florida landowners to raise undertak'ng! a study to gather tional government to do something feeders. seeking now gratis lands.
i ;ENT A WORD performed Monday.Dr. their areas to the-.:highest degree facts about the Industry. to ease the situation and the railroads are already casting an anxious eye '
Mr. and Mrs.. W. L. Edwardsand of timber prodiu'tlveness. "But such was not the case and, are cutting freights rates on toward Florida and the prediction r'
COLUMN H.iB. McLendon, Miss Flor little daughter and Mr. and I' The 1,187,963 acres now under therefore, a further Investigation both live stock and feed-stuffs In I 's that this heat wave in the north "'
i ence Matthews and Mrs. A. Z. Ad- Mrs. W O. Struth all of Jackson- protection composes 11 units, looking forward to a possible hopes that even a contribution so will result In hundreds of herds

kins were In Jacksonville Sunday, ville spent the week-end here broadly scattered over the state, change In duty, Is unwarranted at small may be of material benefit being transferred Into Florida.
i |>JR RENT-FurnIshed, price reasonable. apartments J. F.Kickliter -. with Mr. and Mrs. W. H.. Struth. and averages slightly more than this time. This Is a new rate Imposed At this time a movement Is said The condition Is the Booth's op. .' '. .
Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Kelley of 100,000 acres per unit. Within by congress for the purposeof to be contemplated by the authori- portunlty to capture the cattle Industry
I, r 7-25-tf. Jacksonville were in Starke Wednesday J. T. Wooten, formerly of this these units, some 60 landowners protecting the domestic fresh ties which shall Include transporting of the nation, particularly ' i

I II [OK SALE 16-Inch 2 roller city, Is now living at Starke, Fla. are cooperating with the Florida tomato industry, It fulfills, so thousands of head of breeding those sections; where fence: laws '
I wani
II cane mill, cheap. See W E. To- Mr. Wooten was assistant cashierof Forest Service and the Federal far as. this Industry is concerned, stock from the burned and desolate are already in force and where the
I rode, Starke Lawtey. 9-5-2t. Mr. Joe Hlnley of Live Oak was! the Bank of Tltusvllle for several Government to the end that idle the platform pledges which both areas to' the North Florida tick has been eradicated.

I I a business. visitor here Wednesday years.- -Tltuavllle Star-Ad acres may be transformed Into parties solemnly made to the elec- highland, where tick-free .
I I OR RENT-10-acre farm on old vocate. productive acres. Eighteen forest torate of the country In tbn' last Unless something like this 1 Is <:i>fCINJ POTATO AC'ltKAOK:

Lawtey road, half mile from city fire towers have been' erected and national election wherein domes., done the livestock, business of the I }
limits. Mike Maruca Starke. 96.2t" Mr. and Freeman.Johns of Tallahassee The Intermediate 0. A. will many miles of telephone lines tic producers were promised ade- nation will be demoralized, those, Gainesville, Fla. A consIder,.
I are visiting his parents, have Its first meeting of the fall built. On each unit a ranger has a quate protection from destructive in close touch with the seriousness I able' reifuctlon/ In potato acreage t a +

I I Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Johns. next:: Monday afternoon at the registered fire crew for every 20,- foreign competition in their own of the situation are quoted as stat, In Florida Is expected by M, It. Ensign

'OR RENT-A comfortable first home of Mrs. W.,J. Epperson,. at 000 to '26,000, acres, paid only markets and were promised the ing. assistant horticulturist with M
floor apartment at reasonable, Dr and'Mrs.' O., 1..- Haynes and i o'clock.. when'called out to--,light fire benefit of the domestic market to Prlrrn IMng H!_luM the Florida Experiment Station w,
| leasonabie price. Call and see son, Othema Jr., were in St. Augustine According to' the plans of the the full extent of their ability to Already western beef Is being' Growers In the Hastings area are
1t W. E. Daugherty. 8-29-tf. Tuesday afternoon. Mr. 11. E. Gahagan of Savannah Florida Forest Service an addi- supply It. offered In Southern markets at a planning considerable diversification. j l
t- Ga., was In Starke Tuesday and "No has fraction of Its hitherto price and .
| .J.-| tional 500,000 acres; will be placed !- crop produced! or They plan to plant lettuce.
'OR SALE 1929 model Essex Stump's Big Sale will run until was accompanied home by Mrs. R, under protection before the even planted in the winter tomato packers In Kansas City, Omaha cucumbers, cabbage broccoli and

Sedan $2SO on terms of $100 Sept. 15th. Be sure to get your E. Gahagan and sons, Emmett and fall fire season, which will bring belt since-the new tariff rate went and Chicago have their cold storage other vegetables along with the

cash, balance monthly. In good share of the bargains. Powell and Ewell Groover, who the total area up to approximately, into effect. The old crop has virtually buildings filled to capacity main potato crop. It also seems.
condition new battery, tires have been visiting here 1,100,000 acres By adding to: all been marketed. Hence with chilled carcuses.! which., be that some reduction of acreage
good Mrs. Pearl Snyder. 9-5-21. Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight and this figure the gross area protected there has been no opportunity as cause of the extremely hot wwath-! and diversification will be made In s
Paul Knight spent Tuesday In Mrs. C. W, Morgan of Ft. Pierce on the Choctawbatehee, Osce- yet to ,try out the new rate on er In those sections find but limit- the Lacrosse area, he said. ,'"
'OR SALE-Missionary strawberry Jacksonville.Mrs. spent a few days here this week ola and Ocala National Forests of fresh tomatoes Now that congress ed market. The public consumes .
plant., Improved northern visiting friends. Mrs. Morgan will 700,000 acres It Is anticipatedthat bas seen fit to Impose this new less meat In hot weather. The Pompano -- Pompano Mercantile -
U>ck. Fresh from nursery. P. W. J. Epperson and Mrs. be remembered as Miss Jessie the protected area In the stateof rate of duty for this. purpose it South, being less afflicted by the Co.. building repainted c

A. Johanson Starke, Fla.8225t". Geo. A. Anderson of Lawtey were Thomas Florida this fall will be well should be allowed to have a fait heat wave has resulted In the Fort Lauderdale W P. Head
In Jacksonville last Saturday. in excess of 2,400,000 acres, or trial. It would also be unfair to dumping of hundreds of carloadsof opened dry goods store on Andrews
I-- Congressman R. A. Green was about 10 per cent of the forested precipitate the Industry again Into beef Into the Southern markets avenue In former locationof

FOR SALE 10 acres of land. S Misses Kate and Leah Struth .In Ocala Tuesday where he attended area of the state. uncertainty over the future rate of which has depressed price. and Harwood Wilson Music Co.

room house, 8 acres cleared, left Monday for .a visit In Wildwood a meeting of the Ocala I duty instituting an Investigation stagnated I local I butcher Interests.The Fort Myers-Lee County Straw.
2 1-3 miles north of Lawtey.. chamber of commerce! and In De- THAN KM' VOTUItHI !: to tfclde whether the new situation la acute. Kansas berry Growers' Association incorporated
$300 cash or terms A. J, Rowe Land where he had a conferencewith -- -. rate should be changed" City' beef U quoted in Atlanta .
Uwtey. 8-22-41. Mrs. John Pergola and Mrs Lillian Dr. Lincoln B. Hulley. I wish to thank the votersot wholesale market at lOc per Ib., a NapIeR Contract let to CeDe
Turner of Jacksonville were I Starke for the splendid vote they Stuart Football field being lower figure than merchants in tral Station equipment Co., of Ml- +
I.QST-- undle of clothes between In Starke Tuesday., Mrs. J. F. Colley left Sunday gave me, and wish to say that it established in .rear of Stuart Lake City are able fo purchase ami. to build Ills,000 bridge r
Mallery Thomas' and Fla. Power I for Hendersonville, N. C., where has given me more confidence in acbool. home killed beef Local cattle across Naples Bay and Gordon river -
er Light transformer station We wish to thank the public for she will spend several weeks. She, the public I have tried BO bard to Stuart State highway department men are urged to hold their" cat- .
Saturday night. Return to this making'our sales big success was accompanied by Mr. Colley as serve' repairing St. Lucie bridge on tie and let the price-fight; run Its Winter Park Extensive new
mca or Joe Oriffla and receive Fred F, Stump. far as Savannh making the trip' ,11. A. Bishop Highway No. 4 bere. course, because as soon as the sitistlon construction and repair work completed
reward. 9-5-2t by auto Ocala Contract let for addle Is eared up the prIce of this summer at Rollins College. -,
Miss May Peek of Jacksonvillewas I desire to express" my sincere tion to Highland club house, to beef will sky-rocket and the cattle -
PR RENT-A nice apartment the guest this week of Mr. and State's Attorney and Mrs. H. V. appreciation for tn. loyal l support cost about 126,000. business for some years to come Key West Hock: Haven club
furnished Mrs. E. K. Ferryman. Knight, Dr. and Mrs J. E. Maine and vote accorded me In the city a' will be one of tbs most profitable plans to build 100-room hotel on ;'
with for car,
and of Gainesville, Mis" Lorena Gills election of Tuesday and will con FrolltproofU5OOO additionsand In the Whole range of local indus- Key Largo.
dollars all bills paid for fifteen and Mrs. W. W. Praetorius of Cocoa and Paul Knfght<4noyed a house tinue giving the best possible service Improvements being{ made' to rlen.'The. Bt. Petersburg .--, First Security 5

lea It t. W per E month.; Come Cher- Beach, was visiting' Mf.'snd Mrs. J: party over. the seek-end) at -the to the office and It. duties.C. packing plant of'Frostproof 'citrus : publfc"r alzes that ''cheap Bank to reopen about first of '
ry Street If. Fields here last week. Moore collage Kipgsley Lake. A. Futch. growers ..soclatl n., beet'today spell extremely highk month as Union Trust Co.


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at sundry times and divers man first floor, eight feet
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eight feet.
hers spake In time past unto the
fathers by the prophets Hath In .. -- Exposure: The Bian
these last days spoken unto us by z- are for a lot facing aOutb'bFor ::
Ills Son, whom he hath appointed k.-- a lot facing north or !
r ill'r heir of all things by whom also plans should be reversed ea.t

I J he made the worlds Heb. 1:1, Lot size: House 1
By w rj iii lamp cote my fed. mi i litht into mj p (L-PMJBI 119:105.: 2. side dea.ranceleft !t"'
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Prayer: "Shout the glad tidings, 4 ft.; lot frontage lit U
1k 'i Ali relljcious teaching doctrine or minimu I !!
: DrI'1d3Af ft. os
I'; P e pL31t$ creed. If they are to hive any claim exultingly" slug/ : Jerusalem triumphs I
1kr I pon the love, loyalty and devotion of the people must be In harmony with Messiah Is King." , Construction: Exterior
'J the teachings of Jesus the Christ whose words fit Into every fold and crevice Hoplemlx-r. IIMO: brick; roof, shingles roundel at
'Jtt of the human heart and of whom ic was said in John 7:46.: "NEVER MAN Give Earnest!: Heed: Thereforewe concrete; windows double
tt LIKE Tins ht
ought to give the more earnest with shutters; doors "
WEEKLY: HKIOIOXKTTKVorslt11 : r In the olden times the tribe or heed to'the things which' we have --, special details. ,

I family wall the unit civilization\ heard, lest at any time we shouldlet Interiors: Floors wood ,
r fir r \ '> lllui "'he. In. 1'41.01'-| and the whole family was punished them slip.-Heb. 2:1.: plaster: ceilings, plaster kitnl H
ti Luke 4:8. And Jesus answered for the sins of one. Thus, they Prayer: May we "Love Him who composition tile, bath roomt M

nnd Bald! unto him. Get thee behindme "Took Achan his sons and his with love la yearning." steam heat gas and electric "

Satan: for It la written. Thou daughters and all that he had Scptitulwr 17, 1OSO; ing. .
halt worship the Lord thy Clod, and stoned him with stones, i The Full Authority: If the word Cubiture; 25,000u I ft
and him only shall thou serve. and burned them with fire" Hut spoken by angels was steadfast, r' !j ail ; rt Complete working | I

Mark 12:30: And thou shall love Jeremiah announced a new rule, and every transgression and disobedience specifications of thu! hott'i
: the Lord thy God with all thy "Every: one shall die for his own received a Just recompense available for a nominal wm I

1tmb; heart, and with all thy soul and Iniquity." .' of reward; How shall we es- dress the building editor, and'*Af'.'
with all thy mind and with all thy Ezekiel: 18:20: Hays "The soul 'cape: If vya neglect so great salvation to house 11-132
strength. that slnnath.! It shall die. The son : which at the first began tobe -+- --

tom John 3:36: He that bellevetb shall not bear the Iniquity of the spoken by the Lord and was '
110\110: : .
{, ; \XX 1m:
3? on the Son bath everlasting life: father, neither shall the father confirmed unto us by them that ) -? 'illt'hEt
I nnd he that belleveth not the Son, bear the Iniquity of the son." heard him.-Heb. 2:2: 3.
feel Orlando, Fla.
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Then Jeremiah announced the "Ilia In mikei|
shall not Bee life; but the wrathof Prayer: power creating -- II
; + t fJif''I'"" [ 1:: II.JIU61 f(: I't'l.' lit:=; nlng demonstration lI'a8 ,.
f God abldeth! on him. new covenant "I will make a new ittlll shall spread; Ills. reign no ' /i '' rMn!
'fi'r: "m1.rh1Mtl. : :: l given at Falrvllla Wn.
"" :Veln.,1-\ ,
t Prayer: Cope and let us return Covenant with the house of Israel end shall know.
Taylor, irJreported.
unto the Lord: for lie hath smitten and with the house of Judah * HrptfinlMT. ( IK, 1O.IOVe : demonstration
and He will bind up. I will put my law In their Inward \ See e, : But we see Jesus, 1 .N' .Eight bell and ol
For whom did Jesus pray? Answer parts; and will be their God and who was made a little lower than ... ;f >&J' oN" rooster were canned. rilling I
quart Jar The bone, J
II lr ----" were
readI Core 6:20.: they shall be my people they the angels for the suffering/ of
oitlv saw7p to make half
shall nil know me, from, the least death, crowned with glory and C'y >'u ..l4t9'v' -- -_ soup dozen jan
.. which .
of them unto the greatest of them honour; that he by the grace of : .- were canned

__ 4 pew I saith the Lord; for I will forgive God should taste death for everyman .
Ie a, + that ?ti t SUND.1Y SCHOOL their Iniqulty.'and I will remember .-Heb. 2:9.: + Lake Worth Shuffiebo'!
''u [ L J1IIi courts Installed at
LESSON playground.ii. .
the their sin no more. Jesus completed Prayer: "To us a Child of Hope

984 I II this covenant_for us. j jHV jI Is born; To us a_Son is given" iirF d
r1 roil Hri'TKMIIKK: : 11, 1950:
1'REMI5TER1.1NServices : J ;.,
$ I 0 r': Subject: Jeremiah; The Prophet >.\ mm.: foIl.I.CTIX: : _

(tr,1 of Individual Religion Sunday, Sept. 14, as 1 I
_ Golden Text: "Every one of u s I $!ei|>teinlK-r 12, 11)30. : follows: ": Li .1 JJ [I
,.1 The RIoHaedx Hope For the o/-r..iwr irrfror
account of hlmaell
hall give an ,
H I 10 a. m., Sunday school, classes S.
of God that brlngeth salvation -... -
f' :
+ to God. Rom. 14.12. grace i,I for all ages and grades. J. M. t1 .a'w
7 : Lesson Text: Jeremiah 1:1.10: ; ( hath appeared to all men.teaching Truby supt. '

}ft i k T :; 14:7.22: ; 31:27-34.: us that denying ungodliness r 11 a. m. Morning worship Rev. v
Truth: In the matter of salvation and wordly lusts we should Dr. John \Shepherd.\\ PresbyterIan -

; no Individual can take another's live soberly, righteously and godly Superintendent for Florida, oa r -- _-
'I I ", In this world lookingfor r
place.Jeremiah present ;
will preach the sermon. Full attendance e
that blessed hope, and the !
was a son of a priest of the membership earn- :
*< naekll at Anathoth about three miles glorious appearing of the great estly desired \ fTA

'ft : from Jerusalem. Ills father was God and our Saviour Jesus Christ 7 p. m. Christian Endeavor. Top art I

+ v t Hllklah, but not the high priest -Titus 211113.Prayer : Ic, "How to Increase Our Membership !)ll1bii? ItI IIIINfl III I U'U'a' oot" I .
r _ _I, mentioned In our last lesson. The : "The God of glory I ?"
t, '
Lord told Jeremiah that he was comes in gentleness and might." ; .
8 p. m. Evening worship song THE CONICORX)) HOUSE 1-I'13
Dri 1\ selected before his birth to be a Hcptcmbrr. ll, I(MO: 1
I and sermon. LMIILV: ArflKIUCAX( : IN In' some sections of the country cldedly modern It shows Smile
) prophet. He protested saying I Saved by Grace: After that the set-up. : : :
I '
'i' Prayer meeting Wednesday 8
&t4Yi1 : "Ah, Lord God behold I cannot' kindness and love of God our Sav p. JUUCK-TUB CONCORD stono houses were prevelant; Basement: Recreation room at theAche"

speak: for I am a child.' That iour toward man appeared, not by m.A cordial invitation to all such as in New Jersey and Pennsylvania laundry, heater space! etc. "
t statement meant that he was only works of righteousness1' which we pur I' Dy Duncanhunter Architect First floor
services extended to all. but brick was an old favorite : Entrance vestibule
tih a young man and Inexperienced. have done but according to his New York. There stands today in with coat closet, living room sun

,.f The Lord arid "Say not, I am a mercy he saved us, by the washingof METH01)IMTSunday The early ''American houses of Falrmount Park, Philadelphia, the room dining room, kitchen and a Ordinary painshead.. j
child: ; for thou shalt go * and regeneration'! and renewing of I brick were built by shrewd pioneers William Penn house America's one-car motor room. ache and neuralgia muscular

d' ,''t,t, whatsoever 1 shall command thee the Holy Ghost; which he shed school at ten o'clock a'i who understood the advan earliest built of bricks brought Second floor: Three bed room, a pains, functional pains

_ thou shalt speak., Similar humility on us abundantly through Jesus m., E, K. Perryman, superintend tages of permanent construction. over from England. Many of the bath a study or maid's room and the headache and
i and modesty were shown by Christ our Saviour; that being ent. While It is true that in the very early Southern houses were also closets. congested

I Moses Gideon Saul and Solomon. J Justified by his grace, we should be I Preaching in the morning at 11 earliest,of American houses wood constructed of Imported brick. Ceiling Heights: Basement, 7 ft. feeling of a cold In the
Jeremiah began prophesying In made heirs according to the hope. o'clock and In the evening at 8 was used by reason of its avail- Brick always has been a favorite head-how quickly ther

the thirteenth year of king Josiah, ot eternal life.-Titus 3: 4-7. o'clock, by the pastor Rev James ability and abundance while brick) construction material, from the disappear when you take a |
k;' I} of whom we studied last week He Prayer: Lord Jeus Thou art T, Guy, ? kilns were not yet 'Jn operationand vast Roman acqueducts to the HEADACHERELIEVED tablet or two of
lrolgrCaaov ;;. continued to prophesy through the "Our Hope and< expectation" Prayer meeting Wednesday eve- even to a later date brick was modern home.In .
tt 1 L r 'i; reigns of Josiah Jeholaklm, Jehol- K<-|>tri fH>r 14, HmO( : ning at eight o'clock somewhat scarce at least relatively colonial times the neat red DR.MILES'Ref

I flchln and Zedeklah, and after the The Proof: This is faithful A cordial invitation extendedto so In proportion to wood. Stone brick house with white or light . QUICKLY nunt
Jeremiah saying, and these things I will that Tki. Psnly. HO
'f i Jews were taken to Babylon. all. was quarried at an early date and colored trim always gave one the /
l: wag forbidden to have a wifeor thou affirm constantly, that they -------- -- Impression that a person of refine- Il. :quickly: corrects the

,\ children, Jer. 16:1: "Thou shalt which have bel'eved'! In God mightbe IIAPTIHT ing "What Next", will be continued ment and taste lived there and at j digestive antes removes disturb the Intestinal * Dr. Miles' Aspir-Mint\ Is tin I

r el X. "% not take thee a wife, neither shalt careful to maintain good works at the morning service. Come. the same time it carried the con- poisons, and sick headache .new stable, mint-flavored tablet'
thou have sons or daughters. The These things are good and profit Sunday school at 10 a. m. Good B. Y. p, U at 7:30: p. m. Young viction that the owner knew values quickly: disappears. Your whole system that is making people all over
**l:' ; Lord said to Jeremiah'! "Be not able unto men,-Titus 3:8.: i attendance all through the hot people have kept up their meetingsall and appreciated sound perma- enjoys a tonic effect, constipation the country "Smile at the Ache" j
tr 4j afraid of their facesfor; I am with Prayer Lord, "in Thy presence i summer. Contributed ten dollars summer. Mrs. Darby and John nent construction vanlshe*,and you feel renewed 15c and 25c at your drug stop
j thee to deliver thee." Jesus said. hide me, and keep soul! to vigcr. Avoid bromides and dope
yN ', tthe"1j4T \, my more our orphanage at Arcadia Powell leading them In education. The concord as shown herewith .'
ratl.. "00 * teach all nations and always.. last Sunday. al and devotional work. presents an early American type in they are depressing; and harmful. YOU LI. GET RIEUP-

r end.n.ft. c lo, I am with you always" H<-t| -inlwr 13, 10:10: Worship at 11 a, m. and 8 p. m. Mid-week service, Wednesday brick with thorough going prac- All Drug-gUta 26c and 75c red pkgs Oft YOUR MONEYS; SACK
'The Lord put forth his hand The Final Messenger: Clod who' The subject of last Sunday morn- at 8 p. m. tical and economical plan-a de- CARTER'S CSSPUJLS
'I touched mouth and * said -- ------ -- .. .
allfo my I -- .
?r s o.. ,1 v I have put my words Into thy I Ift '
f rd tea mouth I have this day set'f "THE MAIN THING ONIAISTREET; I
t! and a f, thee over the "nations to root By L. F. Van Zelm

?' d1'y f out and to pull down to destroy
[' to build, to plant) uijy 3Buzz! : NoT6LPIMJ
( -. Jeremiah's task was to denounce JC57

( sin, destroy Idolatry, root MAIN tSTRGCT9LIADstfG 6CTTLIN1 SOME 4O I VfttTCS TO YaPREN '
I roe < immorality but he wall also to "NElv9PAPCR OP Tut. &iC
: out ; AN' I SA-ra TAKS Say
i),Jt orda our f f'' plant and to build. One's criticism OuQ -MOTTO le, 6CRVK4WORLD FIGHT, IMTCRNATIONALQUESTIONS\ eIORLD COUttT OR TM6.tCACUC *MY vnu VIMMIN'fjt MCOMC STOPDGD TAX LISS6H' TbTELUN'VA-r...fiMJ.

ill '.:''i should be constructive as well as 05516 ? MS OF NAUON 1TC FIR j8uv SHORT SkIRTS I'M THERE'S
,destructive "Happiness la far PROBLEMS _ 6TC ETC. LTC MOW' OLD "MMIN'."
more fruitful than grief." "He- ALL SETTLED IN PA'otT! TMAN IN
member that you are God's prop. : OMyORIAL' PAQLOR PETTICOAT
I t his gifts are not to rtAln 5T
tgt erty yours
keep." TM&& CARMGR.AND ODD : <
i At the command of the Lord LOTT4, OUR LOCAL REAL 4t
Jeremiah prophesied "In the gate TAn; CXPCQT" MCtT.1U6 : I: t'
of the Lord's house," "In the gate tTTL6 ALL TVCVORuD'3
I' of the children of the people, TiTOuBLtS. I {

( r 1 whereby the kings of Judah come BOTH Tut.. ABCMtMtMT.ONCD -
In," "III the court of the Lord's CtNTLCMENCxPtCT / NAMDOONG R

: house," at "The house of the king Tb( BC INVITC1' ?, _ _

4 Our lesson passes from the first CONCCRCrKt WITH/ -

to the thirty-first chapter but (the Tnt. EuOOPCAN PCEMIEC' ; }
iriiiiunin: : : ::iii
Intervening chapters give much of ..
f ht Jeremlnh's teaching. (.

In speaking to the Jewish ------I
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{I i spfrlt of worship Clod through DOROTHY DARNIT b; McManl 1

______ ,. Jeremiah said "'If ye oppress Charles
_ //t, not the stranger the fatherless
r? nnd the widow and shed not Innocent WELL AT 'LAST I GOT f< I I WONDER WHERE I CANH1DE.IT.SO \ \ /
(M at si blood * neither walk after GOT "I'M" 1 COIN'k,Q lE THIS. IS THE ONLY SAFE
i, 8 other gods then will I cause BILL THAT THE: WIFEWOM'T OUT PAPA \ PLACE' IN.. A.LUTHI HouSE |

( 3l; r you to dwell In this place," but To FIGURE OUT A WAY FIND IT. HOW DO i I\\t \ /1/ TILL MORNING SHE'UUNJEVE.R

the repented not and he said THAT i CAM" I IT WONT DE SAFEIN UOOK FOR. MONEY ]
"Will ya steal, murder and com- LOOK ? ,/
mit adultery, and swear falsely,
burn Incense to final, and walk MY ,
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after other gods and come and POCKETS
t t li 4 MAMAS
'f; stand before me in this house t h .Hi1I ,
i : 0 POCKET
and say we are delivered' (privileged rr1o
tb ) to dq all these abominations' DOOitNAZ
'? "I will cast you out of my
sight. And to Jeremiah God then Jw : o

nI said, "Pray not thou for this peo r/
I pie * neither make Intercession

for them for I will not hear thee." -

Looking beyond the captivity of

r the Jews, and upon the destroyed

T' ) cities and country, Jeremiah said
for the Lord, "I will BOW the house
of Israel and the house of Judah

:, with the seed of man and seed of
f beast." "So will I watch over

f e them to build and to plant.. How.
ever much God's people may wan
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der away from him yet. If they ... .'o. #.. ". ....'-.u.i'. ...... ....
oi ': repent and return, he will watch ..... .---- -- .-r---.:; --'"'.''' '' .
> over them and bless them. r .J WI'o14..IIS

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, r.. -- -- SOT! ICH T....... I Bal.. Sept.! 1. 1930 ____ ? 955.76Agrlvminral will Issue thereon on the 15th day I'' 1.ATeRF OF TUB STATE OV "

..hl'I:/ \' n tit: the rol lowing:: described. land will no Hold lewcrlpllon N..... T II A_ Owner A Ct.. KodBal. of $,.pt.-iihc., A. 1'. 1990.l ( A. .t'I.OIUDA following: amendment to "
on til* FIRST MO.V DAY IN OCTOHKH: 1'10.:' II bclntt Aug.: 1. Ittao 1109.necelpts >Ht.-l this 15th day at August, f.
notion. 6 nf .\ rI kh'l ") of the
i _ .85Warrants I">.'
| ,f nil( ,??? bui'oro, til u courthouse d >nr it Sturko" In llrail- Lo Block 23 Tem during month 31 180.O. of the Still" .. of Ctttl..n
.. Fh dii' s'ati. ,>f Fl thl'IR. or co much thereof as will bo nectxiiarytiitoiint r.,2d111 . .. U 8 U T. R. ITI>aUKherty ___ 6.11 Jurlng month - W. AL.DBKMAN. boniln be. and Jo'l.rlda the Is
dun for taxes. .se t opposite the samp, 'together. with tot 5 Block 23 Tumplvs ad- Hal.. "I'pt. 1, baiL ___________ In.1 (Seal Clerk of Circuit Court, I hereby agrc"d to, and submitted -

uch and udvtrUaln K. U. A. FUTCH, Tux Collector.. dillon _. 211 8 U H. C\ Mason _________ S.54 ll-llillng Fund Bradford County, 'iorld. the electors of.hal State at
All Itlwk 29 except lot 14 0 Bal. *Ug. I. 1930 _- -__ 4I>..S8llecelpts Tlv UIAIIJJ AI.LtKllMAN. In .

!6 Tnxei I'..*k'" addition - 21! 8 21 C.. U & JVL., "Peek, ____ 13.35 during month __ __ 81.85 fputy CI..rk.0'1'1.t the Ovneral be held Klcutlon In, I of for Representatives approval 0
6Iflt !!Ie... T Rt it Oniier' (' All Illnck 30 ((13 lots) Warrants during month __. ISO.00Ilal. 8-1-6l-0-U- to 1930

I'.rlptl..n IVek'n nddltlon! IS 8 U C. L. A: J. L. I'vnk ____ 18.60 Sept. 1. USO _____. ___- 804.33I or r" amonclfd. That oald to Section reail 6Khali '
III II.. H of NW All Block 31 (4 lots) Peek's heieby certify that :the foregoingstatement OK \IMM.U-\TIO> FOIl .u aH asfollowe

r "N I" ',..of NW'i of ad/Htlore _ lIS <4 U C. L; & J. I. 1'eek. ____ 2.64 showing balances at the of TAX UKK1INotice Section; 6. The. Legislature shall ,
of end at the ending
n'h\ & run U 50 All Illnck 32 ((13 lots)
; :
tn I for
and have provide lxutnwMlate
IIIIliI 'V 50 ft N 105 reeks addition -' 211 8 22 C. U & J. 1. Peek ____ 16.82 the month herein above stated lumied, Is given that !t. R. power bonds only for: the of ,
I of the receipts warrants hereby purpose
2S 6 22 L. ROl
C. hobbs
___ __ :
------ 'All Block 83 lots) 'l Certificate Insurrvctlnn
IJ'g :. ((14 during said month, corresponds with itchrovder hoMor of Tax reiielllng. Invasion or -
1nl'l' at a point 830t . :M;. .. Peek's addition U 8 22 c.. L. &L1.'L.' I't'ek ____ 18.60 the r- orda of my ottlce. and Is true No 1.17 the Mill day of August A. and the ("plr"H"ln."untee. 11.- '
hl4.1\ e" "f N'V of .'. .V . .. otw2.14567$91012l3 .. and correct tn the of my knowledge P. 192K him filed said certificate In tricts or Municipalities ,
Jr \- ."ia.. of Church 14 Hlock 34 Ptek's addition ;. and belief.. I also certify that my dlllce and made, application fur of Florida shall havt- power to Issue 4,

L'H: J'MI n H) 1". '* Houthr'fj . .., I _, C..,J. &".1. L..iP.ek'___ 23.41 the following Is a list of all countydeponitories tax deed to Issue thereon In accordance bonds 'only after the name. shall ,
,V 104 ft to ", Lots 1 2 6 7 10 Block 36 showing the bnlance' in with law. Said cerUtoat. embraces have been by a majority of
Ill, tth M thence N nlong Peeks addition IS 8 22 C. L. ft J. 1-i.T.. ;__' .78 each at the close of the month herein the following the votes 811.rov"1 an election In
' : 2\iI\ tt to bee____ 29 8.22. -, Mary 1\{. .Lee .______ ..93 Lots 3 4 6 M Block 35 I'eek'0 0 first stated. and the amount of security erty. situated In Bradford. County which a majority of the freeholders j 0
'chIt I l In N'V .orn..r addition 2S 8 23 F. L. Turner .:..._.*___.. '.90 furnl.l.d( by each such deposItory Florida to-wit: who are qualified electors residing
(, '. Aclt4't 8w'4 ot NWLp-- as 8 S3 deo. H. Weller ,.:.:..:...:... 6.11 Lot 9 Ulock 85 Peek's ad. ,/IS. amount of Interest Northeast quarter of Northwest In such Counties, Districts or Municipalities

I'p. 7 13lork 2 Orlg- dltlon U 8 22 Mamie 1!. OK ran. ?_. ..14 paid or credited during said month quarter A all Northwest quarter of Khali paitlclpate, to beheld .
I .. --------- 2S 8 22 -D.. C. Jones ____,,.___ 14.14. Lots 7 8 11 &: WUj lot 10 0'. 0 by each saltl depository on account Northeast quarter West of Railway In the manner to l b. prescribed

I. Town'V .0 ft lot. 8 8 Block 36 Peeks addition. IS 8 21 C. L. & J. L. rook ___ 2.18 of current dally balances or time deposits. x a
4 lit origInal Town_ IS 8 22 A. K. Carantias ._-.-.___134.63 Fracl Lots or Blocks A &: jl-: of 1 acre to Fiery J. IKhlnson, Section Act shall not apply to the refunding
'k U 811"" ft W of . B Peek's. addition 28 8 n C. L. & J. L. Peek ___. 1.14 Wln.. my hand this 1st day 26, Township: 5 South; Hang 29 East, of bonds Issued exclusively fur the

al I,.n..lnll of lot 1 Block -. Lots 46911 Block B maIng's ... 1940.U.. W. ALDERMAN. c.nlalnila t",'r.a. more or Inns. purpose of refunding of the bonds or

' corner run N 1115 w UYo addition .- 28 8 22 Hoover Bros. 4 ____--_.. 7.99 Clerk of the Circuit of said property the lAterest thereon of such Counties
LiM .111(1(iol ft to Call .t E Lots B. 10 Block B Illslng's Bradford Court under the said certificate .. was Districts or Municipalities.

:S begInning Orlar- addition - 28 8 23 D. C. Jones ._'_________ 4.32Lots : Blanch Alderman D. C. the name of W. H. Knight.Unless -
I't'jJt .1 to -------- 28 0 22 Mrs. Maddox .._______ 60.15,1pnCIflLC 7, 8 Block B Blslng's 0 said certificate shall be redeemed ))4.
-i i Town --NW cnrn..rII addition _ as 8 22 John A. Curtis. -_____ 4.32 4 according to law tax deed A JOINT RESOLUTION Propo..lnR '
at & LotwlOltl3l3l4lslockG ... Issue Uiereon on the 15th day An, to ,i

II it Walnut streets ft I f ... Mining's addition - 28 8 n John A. Curtis ______ 9.78 !INOTItM OF 01.tll.X.IUL8'1 wil A. D. 130. the Constitution of the State of
w on Call ,,' this 15th August A. Flnrltla, ftulatlve. to Taxation and k
R1. point of heging All Blacks L> E F Rising's l..t.d .ay
; III ia Ih..n..e N 105 ft W I addition -_ U 8 22 John A. Curtis ___,_- 31.10All Notice Is h..bylIven. that thirty D. 1ao. Finance, to ll IX.. Known as Section_
i !o5 E 16 ft to beg 28 8 22 D. E. Knight ..______ 20.89.! Blocks n II I J K LUlHlna's days after date hereof on to-wit : O W. ALDERMAN IS nf Article
ft tI addition I of A. IX 1930( ( Clerk of Circuit C..rt. UK 1' IlKSULVBD nY TIlE LEOIH- ,SS
W bv 0ft : ----- 28 8 n. lea II. Weller ______ 16.03 the 6th day October (8.ul *
'lOt 6Zu. ft E &: 13 Commencing on 1 H side of I. the undersigned tliiardlnn of liar- nm'! ,! Count y, Florida I.ATI1U OF THK t"'ATII OF ,

Walnut "t at NW Cornerof Icy Oheimor, I'lvda and Jer- %NCI 1 113 ALUBRMAN... L01IUAI!
1 ,Kyv.w.r: I Ltaptlnt parsonage lot .. old, ( Minor of 8-15-U-U-l.. Deputy11..1'k following amendment of
11 28 8 22 Sam Rosenberg _---- 2S.13 'h..r. 1.1.'yth.hli : Article IX of the Constitution of
0 & run E 210 ft N 70 ft W 1 ceaed will
' $' ?ona .6'11 ft W of 210 ft to Walnut street ar lien.! : A. 1 lurdlnur.Bounty : ;>o.I.lit .4l'l'l.tC VTION the State of Florida to he known asHMctton -
18) :
( '
Block 1"1
of Oi 12 of lil Article IX and
Bradford ( 1.
corner of
'fl'O. thence gon said at to ( 'OUltV.Jo'iorida. .\ X iii-: :.,
37 ft
,Inv on Call .t ,In beg. -._ 28 G 22 D. E. ,Knlghtj...._____.. for order to sell at private -. the same l Is hereby agreed and
105 ft 1i 37 It 3 shall be to the electors of
''I 8 tt to heM' __________ U 6 22 -.T., M. Alvarei ________ 62.34 Lots 128 Block 22 Tern i B sale the one-sixth said. Minors undivided and interest Notice lii hereby given, that C. It the State"1 ... at the general
]105 Blo..k pies addition _ 28 8 23 J. W. Cdwanls, _____. 6.11 each of In
hollee' and lot In tn the following described lands to- Clark holder of 1-.I nf Tax Certificate election to h* held on the first Tuns-
known aN Starke One lot of land bounded 12 ''I wltl No. 202( the 6th day of A"M..t.A. day. Ift.r the. first Monday In Ni>- "

lN6 b..llnlled N by Call by Temple avenue S by The Southwest. quarter of theNortheast I>. 192K. has filed enid .. yomber, for ratification or re-
I h C'. J. Peek S by I'ratt at.V by XnnderHon , my and made jection.
W ) quarter Section Thlrty- .Nl'e appl"lol
K by 'tJ.B. Lane N by land of N. T. for tax d..d to issue Section 12. For a period of
'" & -- -__-__-- U II Z2 D. E. Knight ________ 65.50 Hitch except one lot IOU) six: ((36). Towl.hf' Seven ((1. South cordance with certificate years from the beginning of tlft..1 opfrittlrin -
'Ich 22- Original- ft Kfiuare In 8K .corner 28 8 22 E. W. Hayes.. ____4 ____ B.51 Range. ((22), I of the 40 embraces the lIv.111 rolowl, dexcrlbed Industrial plants which ,
Block Tallahassee Meridian al
I S ____--___ 2S 8 22 D. C. Jones _._____.__ 36.43 One lot of land bounded N acres more or less, said land lyingantI i property .. rail font county shall established In this State citOP
_>wn -- 22 OrigInal by Block 31 Original Klor- I Florida l to-wltt after July let 1929 engaged primarily -
Block being In llradford County.
I 8 .__ ___ ___ 28 8 22 Oeo. Marcotte ______ 61.44 Town 13 & a by By & W ill,'. Lot 5, Hlock 2, 1'lnehurst Sub Dl- during said period In InC tnuinufipeture
..wn by Thompson st 211 8 22 R. M. Sparkman _____ 38.84U. isbn, of KMtate Suction of steel vessels *
2 4 Block 19 This 5th day of September A. 11. Holln.
n I ft T..'" '6 U Bradford County Bank 268.50 One lot 105 ft square In SW 0 1930. 21, 80lth Kuiige 22 lOast.The tires, fabrics and t.Xlne.

'""7lJf0wwfor.-s--428{ Corner of 8WV4 of 8W%- 28 8 21" W. Drlggers. Ent. __ 2.54 MRS. BOPIIIIONIA CHKSHRU a..Ht>HHin..nt of said propertyunder wood pulp. paper paper ,

1'1// 19 Original Town.. 28 8 22 D. C. Jones ________. 64.30 HeBldctnue' Block (UasklnH) S. s' 9-5-61-10-3. nuaidlan., said cvrtlflcat te was In the hD.rd. automobile, automobile
,,,'Ic ft of W., ) bounded N by Madison st. name of Unknown. parts aircraft aircraft parts Glass I '
I (|>r N to 8 block loLlglnal H by Adams ft. S by Lafayette I'nlesa said certificate shall, be and Coc'kery Manufacturers. 1 and there 4 ,, *
ft lot Kt & W by st 28 6 22 Ed Burns _ ___ __117.88 \NTI.n'l .. fining of .sugar. and oils, and In.
Town __________ 28 II 22 Mrs. Bonlta E. Jones ._ 36.70 > Ir.CI \ redw..m.d n"'ordll/ to law, tax deed
0 One lot 62V. ft In eluding or derivatives
will Issue on the 15th day
lr..015tl tl
I I S &: Fracl Lots A & NLj corner'notl'e Is given that under of Hept.. A. D 1930. Incident ... . of any
., w 50 ft Block' 24 220 ft S of Madison st Abounded that certain final Itated this 15th day of A. of the above products shall b. exempt -
28 8 22 J. F. Klckllter Jr.___ 6.41
N Edwards from all taxation, that
by ,h.cre. of foreclosure ntmlti by the I D.: 11130. except 0
rr'iYocI0"Orlglnal E by Sanders. st. 28 8 22 -'" H. O. Mason _________ 3.44 Judge of the Twenty-sixth Judicial O W. ALDKRMAN, na exemption which ..h..1 become effective -
28 8 22 A. K. Carantxas ____ 36.45
One-third Interest lots 1 .4lllotk by of Jm..nt.hal
.wn Bfo-ck-2l 0 'Ircult In and for Bradford County (Smil) Clerk of Circuit I o.rt. vlrlu. arel< -
I' I j 3 2 J. D. Jones addition .. beyond the 104H. '
.lilt. > Florida.' In fhnncerv on the 91 h day Pradforrt County Florida.Hv I year
Ilflnal Town _______ o II U Q. C. Sweat & Sisters. 7.79 _ ___ _________ as 8 22 Turner Molt & Garrts 8.48 ofAugust A. I)., 1930 In favor ULANCHIO AI.DkllMAN.\ exemption herein authorized '.' '
6 & WI%{ lob- 1 8_ ---- -- shall not apply to real estate owned '
Beg at NW Corner of Bay Hague and against KllsaKraildock 8-15-6-9-12. Deputy l'l..t'k.10'I'U'1 -
ILLk U ax 1 lot 70 ft & Madlxon, ntt. & run N widow ,and h..l. of A. HHraddnck and uni'il.' by such indusirlLltliitultM

10 ft In NW corner lOll ft. W 330 ft to Broadway lirad | l except the real estate occu- '' 3
Town'S 8 22 T. W. Sweat Eet. ____ n.98 d..a..d. J'lls. OF "PI.I.ICTH V '
IlI'lnnl 31. at. S on said st 105 ., dock as admlnl..trltrlx .ur testa- .Ol plod as the lot'atol' r..ul... to . *.A,
4 Block 82 J. TAX miiNotice > h,")iinn such I the d0i
3 thence mnnto. annexn A. 14. Inll S
ft to Madison ft pllnt.
Ild.lillon _ ____ 28 ft, 22 -, A. B. Braddock ____ 15.03 0 and
Ilrad- property situated
hIuI R on said st >02 ft to Ir.dd"'k. deceased and lOllsa
5 8 BloCk 32 J. :M. beg as.,6 22 Mrs. Joelhine1PkIwftrd> : 47.77 KunrdlLn of W. I.. llraddock, I Is, hereby given, that Tl V. there.m. together with such lands as ,
_____ 28 8 22 n. ::II. Spnrkmon _____ ..32 b
alldillon u__ 10.5J minor ftld H. V. Knight guardian Knight holder ot tux vertlflcate No, mnv required for warehouses.HUiittKV .
hna Block 3 owllntv'H sub dlv.Lots 28 6 22 E. J. Powllni. ________
J. 111. Johns ,- Ad Lltm of said minor, anil the 1711, nlxth' diy-nf, Augimt, A. D. 19SIII, ti-aikage" and "hl'pila facilities -
84 1 2 liluck 2 Park :
1II000k City
Idltlon I _ __--_____ 28 8 22 0.' ::If. Inntan ________ 22.17 sub dlv __ -_-_-__ 28 6 22 II. Wlgglim -_-_. _- S.54 nalil, W. li. HrIIIlot'k. minor heir of has filed Halil i certlfliiitn: : In my olllceand 1 and b..III Used luch pur-
.. )
2 mock 87 J. 51. Lot 4 Block 2 City Parksub A. H IrRhln'k. d.ce. . defendantsthe 1 n.AI. application for tax dendto poses. 0 ;.

I .hno 1 8d1t10n .. _______ 28 8 22 D. C. Joneu _________ 32.88 dlv _______ SI 6 22Valter J. 'n.dlltond ___ I.nBlo..k .r.ln."I. as special niaxterwill i INHIK theieon' i In accordance with I I :-
1 1. T. & 22 Kilwuid Bums . ..11.08Comn.nclne offer fur ....I.. In front of thecourt law. Maid embraces the I '
II Block : 1 nankins' addition. 29 6 . l'.rlrll''t.
nll"ltlon ______- 28 8 22 J. W. Edward ______ 18.80 at SW cornerof '" house door In &Hlarke' Florlilu following | .Hum.ed nE80r.UTJON rrofn..lna
'L 1 1. T. & Cow.tinn on the 6th mock MndlHim & Myrtle sts
. T _ 28 8 U C. 1. Peek __________ 8.U & S 210 :ft W 210 ft 1U8I>, to the ghost and best bidderfor wit; ( of ,
-- run the state of
cash, thn following K .st hail? of of to
I mock 6 1. '1'. & Col!' N 210 ft to Madison ..tthence IOH'rlb..I fo.lhW..t tllrt..r Taxation 1"lorld" U.I.llnJ '
4LlonIll _._________. 28 6 22 O. W. S""I1/1rove ____ 1.89 E on salt st 210 f : : lying. and '! : Northwest \V..t of and to .
1 Coso ,, .r"rn ) .Florida, Southeast quarter. of Northwest provide Authority for the Stats of .
T & wr
8 1 8 9 L ft to beginning In Uallkina' -
11111100., ___________ 28 8 22 C. 1. Peek ________=-___ 3..8S addition 29 6 .3 B. C. & C. S. Holt- ((2) and the one- '11..rl..r. section 10 Township Mix Florida to Levy and Collect Inheritance
halt of Lot Three or Taxes Under
!) of Three
(3) Range 22 East, forty acres.
sendorf _ .___ 26.65 1'1
10 Block 11 1. T. Certain Conditions.
of Davis and
8 (8) Additionto
.5 _ _____ 28 8 22 P. J. Parcw __________ 27.53 .. Trilby's aMsenHnitmt property -
('110, addItion Commencing 210 ft S of the Town nl tt.rk. Public lt. cordN under the said lrrC'I.Issued was HH IT h-titM0JtVE1; HY THE LKCHS. ,
9 ,1I'k, It 1. T. &: Cow..tiiItIofl . HW corner of Madison. &: of Klorlda I III the name of Ullreath.Unless LATtTRM OF TIlE STATE OF
__-__d- 28 8 U Joe Orlms _________ 4.82M Myrtle sts {tll'W8 on Myr- 'A together with all COUIIY.. and said certificate shall: be redeemed "'l4)ItllAr ,.
5 8 1 8 9 Block 15 1. tl. st 210 210 ft N hereditaments. according to law tax deed That the amendment to
0\ (1'0' ad.tltlon __ __ 28 8 22 Unknown _ _.-_____ 54.30q ; 210 ft E 210 ft to beginning -I K. M, JOHNS. I will IriMue thereon on 16th day Section 11 "lowln.X of the Con

I 1 Slack 18 1. T. &: In Uasklns add.___ 29 6 22 B. C. &: C. S Holtendorf Special Master. I of September, A. 1,>. Ih.. stitution of the stats of Florida relating
00. aldltlon! _ ___n- 28 8 U JIIrs. E. D. Bennett Eat 11.21 ..____ 8.82 J. I- FHAZRBJ: i Dated this 9th day of Augtlst, A. to Taxation and Finances be, 0'Lt'
ill 10 11 Block 111 LIVr8tfl Commencing 210 ft W of Solicitor for Complainant. D. 1UJO. and the same is, hereby agreed to, ,
Truby &: Co. ad- SW corner Madison and \1' 9-5--Ot-0-3 O. W. and shall b. to the electors -
,lion. ____________ 28 8 U Llvlneaton Truby &: Myrtle Hts &: run W 210 '., Clerk of (' ..AT.nETMAN. of the auhmlt..d at the ,. 0
____ a.a5 t'ourt.
Co. _ _ .
ft to Westmoreland. st -1- NOTICM OF KI.K.CTIOV ford General Election to be held on the "
10l 23 (35 Iota) 1. said "t' 420 ft flut Tuesday after the first Mon

.If. Co.. addillon ______ 28 8 22 C.' 1. Peek. ._____._.___ U.80 E 2n..0".r; 420 ft to beginning 0 -., ,. 8-1-Gt.9.U. day In November A. D. 1980 for 'O
I 4 II 8 7 8 9 10 11 11 -- &: designated on .. jt'"% To the Sherlft of Mr ail ford County,: NOTICE ratification or refecton. that Is to
. it 1. T. &: Co. ad- map of Clank Inn' additionas )' of the State of Florida: that IX of
Itlon _ ________--_- 28 8 22 C. L. Peek _______ 8.41 Clark 2 A Block ---- 29 6 22 B. C.. *doc'f; S.l1olt- H. It known, that I, K. A. (iRA? th) Constitution of the State nf 0
I 2 13 14 Block U 1. . _#_ ----___ 10.39 Secretary of Htate of the PiLate oi Notice Is hereby given. ta all con. Florida relating to Taxation and Finances -

& Cos. addition _____ 28 8 12 Unknown _ _______ 1.19 Lots 7 8 9 10 In Everly's Florida. do hereby give notice thatRLHCTIOV nerned that the City Council of the I b. amended so as to read a. '

t. I S S 4 11 12 13 IfIlork addition ____________ 29 < 22 n. II. Starkey ________ 11.21 a City of starke. Florlla. sitting as aBoard follows! ,
! Co. ad- Lots 1 3 15 16 less E 20 ft GJCNEItL of Tuesday Section 11. No taxes upon Inheri

t Lion IS_ _1.__T.__&_:_________ 28 8 22 William C. rralher __ 18.90 & Vi acre InN J corner wilt be held In Bradford County, August 6th, A. !>.: 1930 made the following : Lances or upon. the Income. of resi 4
tr ,.89 10 Block 211 1. T. & of SK'4' of BE% less E 20 State of Florida on Tu.nday nextsuoceedlng changes. In the tax assessment dents or cltliens of this State shall .0.0I

' II'.a, nldlllon ________ 28 8 23 ,Llvlnlf.ton Truby & Co. 11.21 ft _ _____-__________ 29 6 22 O. C. Sweat __..____ ...2 the first Monday In November. roll as filed. by the City TaxAssessor I be levied by the Stats of Florida .
A. U. 1930 the said Tuesday for : Notice Is
8 1-7 acres land bounded E JUII. fur. under Its authority and there
,. 4 5 Block U 1. r. & by Hutch place. S by Rv Ielrnr the ther given that City will be exempt from taxation to the "hal'
__ ____ ".ft Counci
<. addition -- _______ 28 8 12 A. Starling W by st N by N line of KIM,ItTII lt\Y OP NOYKMIIKII at a meeting to be held int.. of the family In this Stale,

'.. S 1 HlOl'k 29 1. T. & Mable Helen 13.16 BI;', of SEW ______._____ 29 6 22 Bert Bogart _______ 8.11 For UepreHentatlve of the te..ondonr..Hlnnal day of September at the City Hall In household I r..ldlna personal ef- ,
.... addition _ _______ 28 S 22 2 Acres' In NW corner of lstrlct of the Sturke at 8UO: .,'clo ...rk 30 except lot 8 1. T.Co. fl \ of Florida In the HeventyBucundCongress hear from, nil such .
8K'4' SEV4 I A 5 acres In owners or agentsas ((150000). Dollars, provided
__________ 12.35 however
22 C. 1. Peek ,
___ 28 S .
.. addillon ____ SW corner of NJ% of of the United Hlutea desire to appear and file complaints that. the Legislature may provide for-

...rl.L. T.mOl'k& CO"82 addition.-lot 28 8 22 C. L. r.ek ____________ a.u SEV4_.._ _ ______________ 21.8! 22 Edward Burns .___ 20.09 I..r Florida.Secretary of Htalof the Stateof the said us to Board the valuations of as fixedby and\ the assessment, levying and collection ,
: '
--- -- -- ----- Kiiiiallsnrs
- ----- - of a tax . '
upon of
.. I 2 Block 15 &: E 88 t.LItKK./t: / lu pon'l' For Two Justices of the Supreme hear any reasons why 111". valuationsshould for the levying of Inh.rlatc. not I
I 'hOw 3.4 Rlol'k 111 & lot"J I I IL Court of the State of Florida. I li. changed exceeding In the the
J Z It F. S8 ft Iota. 8 4 For two Railroad Commissioners El* lot 1 and lot3 H 7 Block 26, which aKar."ate
Sub I AVKUF FA KM I'Jt OHAl\I I Report of the Clerk of Circuit of the State of Florida. amoult. may lal at
Ilk 16 1... T. &: COli. Original Town Her, 28 Twp. Ii, .. the United States. be allowed .
]IV ___________ 28 6 22 Annie Mack 13.72 L "The Voice of Florida" I Court In and for Bradford County For One Member of the house of 1--"h.1 f'.*trul"um Corporation credited against or to from b*

I 1111. t 2 &: nil 16t. 3 4 I Florida. on account of Taxes assessed 1 Representatives of the State of Flor UOI II 1-40(10.)( any. similar tax d.I"l't..o ...
tinek & V lot. 2.nd _ ida.For lot 70x70 feet In Nortjtwest or taxes on estates '
: \ for the year 1929.C. : assessed or 0
: : lno 4 Block : f'ounty Surveyor.For Corner of Hlk, 28, Original I I Town Situ, led by the United ..

]I.. T & ('0". ..uh div ____ Itt 6 22 D. P. Pllllum ________ 22.11 Gainesville Flu. Farm radio A. Knla-ht..- .".1... tax collectorSturke Five County Commissioners.: 3H. Twp. 6, ItHiigii 22-Standard OilCumpanyltoo ..lbj.ct. but the /tat. of on tha the Logiclature sam- ."
Hvpt. 1. 1930. For Three Members
lotw the County to 1264141),
28 27 .x
rk" 25 .
broadcast each week to levy such Inheritance
It 4 Block 21 & lote 3 programs County Proper Hoard' of ubllo Instruction. All Hlock\ 34 U '1'. ft < 'ns. Addition, taxes -
1. 1'. & Cow.ub day by the Florida Agricultural To. bal. due Aug. 1. -471465 For Justice of the J.e.'a. In and Section 2". Twp. 6. Rang a-A. or Estate Taxes. In this State.. '
I mork Z8 : sha.ll
dlv. __ ____________ 28 4 23 Livingston Truby &: Co.. 8.49 Extension Service over state station My bal.amt.duo collected Aug Rl___.___.4396.00 318.60To vii for the following Justice districts, IiKSHvnt t-IIBO t. 38IM). the exist time only, a so similar long as tax, and Is during en-_
: Lot 41 7 lllk. 2 .
lot- 3Riock ,
Block 30 & Temples
S 4 from 12:15 to 12:46 Flue A.. Forfeiture No. 1. 6 7. Aldllon. I forced by the United States against
81 1. T. M CO". wub'liv : : M.. 28. Twp a, Rang 2_- ,
__ 211 8 22 Lhln..ton Truby &: Co. 3.84 To hal. due Aug. .1,_,-J3 9." For Constable In and for the fol Thomas Refrigerator to Florida Inheritances or Estates and ..
_ _________ eastern time, will present the following !My collected __-__ 12740 lowing Justice Districts, vi.: $3010, .Co.-20 hall only bs exercised or enforced us

'. 3 4 or WI,{, Block Sf talks along with; othr To ::;. due Aug. 11 -. -1772.04: No. 1, 3, 6, 7. Sinclair Refining I .Co.-l'.r.onal- to the extent of absorbing the
].Iv & Truby Co.. sub COB ntll.lldlsg In amount of any or credit, .. :
4iv . ________________ 2S 6 23 Lulu Duhart __ ______ 11.18'' Interesting features during the To bal. due Aug. 1 __- 47687 have Testimony hereunto Whereof set my I 11360.00 I'an-American to 31750.Petroleum IIO. (Corpora which may be d.du..ton,. the laws

.. 2 S or N't, Block. 85 \Vj>ek beginning September 13: By amt. collected ___-.__- 31.85 hand and altlxed the great tlon_Personal_$1450 to 11750.Oulf of the United States now existing or
1. T. &: CO" sub dlv ____ 211 6 2Z Alfred Barnes _____ 11.8 To bal. due Aug. 1 444.53 (Seal) seal of the state of Flor Refining hereafter enacted to be claimed by .. 0reason
TI\nrk\ to 1. T. & -Co.. Sat., Sept. 13-Florida Farm Coantr School p...r.l ida, at Tallahassee, Ih.Caplt..l. to 33750.00.t1mp.nyP.r.onal"OUO th.rof. as a deduction or fareillt

"b dlv. __________-- 2S I 23 Billie Drown _______ 1.89 News and Hints. U. S. Farm Science To bal. due Aug 1 ,t'III.UFly . this the twentythird 1'ncker of 1"Iurda-Periional-9900 / such similar

:,;e 8 3 Block : !: :' &, \ Grant ______ U2t Snapshots. amt. collected 637.00 day of August. I>. to 1600.00. lax of the United States -f
6 22 Joseph A
nN. sub; dlv. .._ 211 To bal. due Aug 31 -8538.73 1930.: Telephone and Telegraph applicable to Florida inheritanices ,
t S Block U 1. '1'. & Cow.aib Mon.. Sept. 15-Meeting Florida County Poll. R. A. O RAY. (: n"l to 11600 or ;..tllt... The Legis mc

dlv. ____________ .28 6 22 Julllls Butler _____ a.1It Farmers' Radio Club Main To hal. due Aug., 1 gg.00Hy Secretary of state Hlarke u.I..nal-.51 I Personal lature may provide for the approprlntlon -

'. RIk U 1. T. &: Co. -- amt. collected ___,_______ 400 To W. J. Epperson. Sheriff Bradford -621)00 to 32500. of all taxes collected under

.1! a Block U 1. T. & Cow.'ub . ida Farmers Think About Growing To'a' ..k-flrkovl-n.cUr value F. U. Ex. Cars-35 00 to S 100. Municipal or Educational purpose
2S 6 23 Hoover Bro" _____ 2.99 To bal due Aug. I ___._9451.60 Postal Cable Co.-Excess a. I may delta advisable. .
dlv. Telegraph
0, lnpk U_-1.---T.---&:--Cow.'ub Manure-J. Lee Smith. fly amt. collected. _-_._...___ L16 61 TAX '; :nNOTU'J to IIIIO.01). -
18 6 23 n. o. PI.fort _____ 1.89 To bal. due Aug. 81 ____9316.99 0.APPLICATIONNotice wlrla.OU
I Iv. __ __-___- Tues., Sept. 16 Controlling .-.e.1 .-..--.. M.aboard I.lne'Hallway c"I .- A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing _ 4
I 4 Block U 1. T. & Cow.ub I Valuation main track side spur and An Amendment to Article
dlv. __ ___________- U 6 U Livingston Truby & Co I.U I the Pumpkin Bug-J. R, Watson To bal. due Aug. 1 ______624&.71 Is hereby given that Oe.. witch track Pro rato to appurtenant the Constitution of the State IX of ot t 0

4 lot 2 Block n 1. T. 01: Wed.. Sept. 17-Managing the Hy amt. collected _____ __ 36*.19 A- (Uardlner holder of Tax Certificate supplies, pro rato rolling stock834.66O Florida, by Adding Thereto an Ad- 0
'.0". Nllb dlv _________ 28 6 U Hazel Williams ____ .32 E. To bal. due Aug. 31 ______.468LE5ZAgrirelteral No. 229. Sixth day of August to 149,130. dlllonal Section to lie Known .. _
lot 2 Block 48 1. T. &: Layers- F. Stanton. A. 13. 1938. has filed said certificate Western Union Telegraph. eo.- "Hectlon 13" Relating to the Taxation .

Co. sub dlv. ___________ 28 6 23 Jim English _______ 2..3 Thurs., Sept. IS Identifying To baL due Aug. 1 _> ___ ____ 478.15 In my ottlce and made application Pole line Kx. wire-6916 ('.11600.00.We of Motor Vehicles
collected _._ __.__ ILl
By for tax deed to Issue
thereon In the undersigned di
accordance hereby certify BR IT RESOLVED: BY TIlE
.t 2 & lot a Block a Sl. Wild Plant In Florida-Erdman T.KOIH- 0
NY. bal due 31 444.50
To Aug
- with law. Said certificate that the above and .
foregoing Is
Braddock ______ 18.t5
"l. & Truby addition __ U 6 U Wldew-e. PrB.leai F.._. embraces the LATIUfJ STATE 01 ,
West. following d..crlb.dprop.rt a true and correct list of the real ;
"'. 5 I Block C N. J.Jnn"N To bal. due Aug 1 ____ 476.31Bye ; _ _ p.
22 A. K. Carantias ______ 27.113 situated In Bradford county and personal property equalised by That the following amendment
addition ______-28 8 Fri.. Sept. 19 Starve the Boll amt. collected. -_ 81.86 Florida to-wlt the Council tip
: City boardof
Hitting as a Article
"tw I 2 3 4 II II Block D To bal. due Auir. 31 444.48 hai'l IX of the Constitution of the _ _
J. Jones addition ___ 21 6 22 J. 101." Alvar _____.__ 12.TII Weevil by Stalk Destruction-P. O.t-t-neJaB- East of Hick 80. as extendedon equalisers. State of Florida relating to Taxa
liinsey's Map Ex South 105 feet In witness whereof ws hereby subscribe .
.t II 6tiock Calhoun. lion and Finance, by adding there .
a & NI/ It lots 4 W. To bal. due Aug. 1 .- 47636 1
sd1tiu .__ Town of tttarke, Section 21 our names on the 011. above to an additional section to be known 0 _ _
E N. J. Jones Tly amt. collected ______ 31.86
______________ II I U J. M. Alvares ____..:... 15.:13: S To bal. due. Aug. 31 .....110 Township The 6. South Range 23 Kast. m.nton.d.C.. as 'Section 11" providing for th 0
of F.
'Lu 4 5 8 a. Block E cxeot ,,:iiI) TAHTL'KK LIMIT Head *. Hrl.K I..t. *. Si-kin Feed assessment said'property HOVER manner of taxation of motor ve

N 5 ft N. J. Jones PROFITS FROM LIVKHTOCKOalnesTllte To hal. due Aug. 1 -_____,.:.18.040.10 unuer the said certificate issued was Chairman hides, bs and the same Is hereby ,
In the of F.
name If. City Slants '" "".
addition _ __________28 8 U Mary O. 18.1'.t. By amt. collected -_._-1.1114.70 Unless sate Ln. be agreed to and shall be submitted tntiallfled

.t., I 2 :3 4 8 1 8 Block 1Hllrhway To bal. due Aug. 31 -36.065.40 deemed according to .hal, deed r. C. A ATTfRTr. the for e..tor. of the Stat. of

addition ____ U 6 U Mary O. Wainwright 15..a Fla.-It will be 0. W. ALDERMAN. Clerk will Untie thereon on the 32nd day City Clerk. Flqrlda the General or rejectionat Election
Blan -_ Alderman. D. to be heldon
By C.
: 5 Block 1 HIghway! adIlInn poor economy to load up with4attie of September, A. t). 1930. ----- the first Tuesday after
_ ______________ II II U Blanche M. 1It.30to Dated. this >0th day of. August A. NOtICE OK KI.K.CTIOV In November, A. D.the tr..t
,, and hogs without having sufficient
I S 457B1ock25lghway D. 1530. .
addition ___ as 6 U Mary O. Walnwrl/lht._ 18.10 feed since feed and pasture CLERK' FI..rI4L CTATEME4TCOUISTY 41. W. ALDERMAN. WHEREAH The legislature of to that A .Ir". say IX ,of there the Constitution shall be add.4 of _ _

*1 I 1 Temples ad- Bank ..5.38'I. factors In profitable FIJI". Seal) CleI of Circuit Court. 193U, under the Constitution of the State of Florida to taxation
dlti00, ----------4____ 28. 6 U Bradford County are limiting County Klorlda. of the State of Florida did lUl. and finance an r.latn. _ _
pass Mo
:3 4 BloclI TempleS .0..1 livestock production. W. J. Healy Monthly financial statement. of 82S6t19. Joint Resolution proposing amendments to be known as additonal of
addition ____ ___ 18 6 23 )fn, O. )f. Inman __ lon
____ _
"''w extension agent In animal husbandry Bradford county for the month of to the Constitution of the Article, which shall read as fol (J.

addition I a Block_ __2__Temples____ U 8 U D. E. Knight ________ 18.60w stated. August.0 191O.imrrml< fmmi I "OTJ'' Oi APPI.'TIO. State of " and of the three-fifths same wereagreed lows Section; 13. Motor Vehicles, xs

., 4 II Bal. Aug. 1. 19.30 .___HO".U IIID of all shall be
Block 2 Temples The farmer should plan his livestock the members elected to each property subject to only
add'tlon' __ __ ________ U I U D. E. Knight ______ Receipts' during month ._____ 141.110 house that the votes on said Joint one form of taxation which shall h 0
.1. .a 7 Blo..k a T.mpl.. operations to conform with Warrants durlntf month ___IU1.1I Notice Is hereby given, that II. R. KeaolMtliina were entered upon their a license tax for the operation of. ILL

addition _ _____ U 6 U Truby & Thomas R.t. his feed and pasture supply. Grow Bal. 1. IUO _______. 112.84 Schroeder, holder of Tax Certificate r-npecllve Journals l with the yeas such motor vehlcl.l. which lleens.
Co.. - ----- 14.1. Fle s.d read Nn. 13*. the 6th day of Aug.. A. 1>. and nays thereon, and they did determine tax shall be such amount and levX
I Is I 2 Into the livestock business by BaL Aug 1, 1910i_ has filed said certificate In my led for such
S 4 1.1. and direct the
Block S Tem -- that the said purpose as Legisla
pIes adllition _ ______ U 6 U D. E. Knight _______ n.lo building pastures, growing feed Receipts during I month; ::!::: ::U: 011" and made application for tax Joint Resolutions b* submitted to ture may. by law provide and shall 't. ,_ _ _
'IrL Block' Temples &ddIllon Warrants during month 991.87 to Issue thereon In accordancewith the electors of the Htate at the Oen- be In lieu of all ad valorem taxes assessabl. .
_ IS 1 U c. 1. Peek ----::. 9.63 and breeding and selecting from BaL Sept. 1. USI ___.-___ 100.1' law. Said certificate embraces era' Klectlon In November 1930, against motor vehicles M
I'U 3 4 5 l-i-I--l;; 0 native cows and good bred bulls R..... Peed the following described property sit- 5(1W, THKHKFORK. /. M. A. personal property _

.'41tlo0 _ ____________ 21 I 22 C. 1. Peek _______ a..2 best heifers be BaL Aug. 1. lUG ------- 238.26 "o-w'lt"1 Bradford County Florida OKAY. Secretary of State of the 0
The can
II rt 0 0 he said. Receipts during month __ I state of do '
In Tot I and I"t.dll hereby give notics The votes
cast In
'. I Five acres Com. at point 100 ft. compliance with
month __ a
Block 9 ad- saved each season and a few fat Warrants during that a said
Ion. . ___ a8 I 32 D. E. Knight ______ n.90 sold.Immokalee Hal. Sept. I. 19KO -_--_- UUII West of Hallway track on North 08/FR"', KI.ECTIO canvass proposed, declarations. amendments, and th* 0 _ _
animals line of Southeast and
rsbIleit- ruedBa.1. quarter of Northwest will he return
3\0\ {tt In Iot4 & South Aug.. 1, 1930 ___-_ 1I0.n quarter run Mouth parallel ida on Tuesday next county., in Flor the thereof shall be subjected to the
In tot I block I .11 during month- __ with Hallway 345 ft I thence Weston u.Un& r..lalon. and restrictions as
tecetpts first
____ Monday In .
E. Brown Aproxlmately 1.-
Templaw II 11. : D..
addition __ U 6 law for
.* _ Warrant. during month ___ II 000 same variations 660 ft, thence 1930. the said TueMlay by general .
.L the
Block 10 A T.mpl. land at Lake Tratrordpurcha.ed ___._ North at right angles to North line being elections In the state of Florida, 0
C. 1. Peek _____, .1' zoo acres BaL Bept. 1. iSle ___._ 110.12 KOI HTIf II A V NOtKMHKH '
1.ltI13nl1-: 28 0 6 U for $309,000 by Dr. E. O.t.t...... Peed of said 40; thence East on said line for the ratification.or rejection of IN TKHTIMQNT WtIRI 00' __
lojjfljjjjj Ilal. Aug. I. 1930 _________ 1f1805 to point of beginning In Section 36 the sail Joint Resolutions OF I have,.

aoldU Block 1. Temples C. 7.. Peek ________ 29.a6 K. Armstrong and Spooner Henderson Receipts during month __ 11.5 Township t Mouth .tangs 33 East, amendments to the Constitution proposing of m, hand and affixed _ _
lJ Olltlon ._______ 28 I .31 Co. Will develop for fine Warrants during month ___ containing 5 acres, more or less the stsi. ,r Florida, vis: SEAL Great Seal of the
20 T.mpl.. ad- The assessment' of said Slat of Florida, at Tal. _ _
Iitl Bitch _____ IIt.SO Warrants during month -__ 897.90 property A JOINT RESOLUTION
t. itnl2- __________ II 6 U J. II. farm. Wide- r...... under the said certificate Issued was An Amendm.nt '0 Section Proposing 4 of Ar. lah.... the Capital

Pie. II Block U T.m. Co L. Peek _._ '.111 DeLand Curb market may be BaL Aug. 1, 1910 -_.1.0001 In the name of w. K. Knight. tide IX of the Constitution nf the lhl. the twenty-it "
addition __ U I II teoelpta during month ___-u 81 86 Unless said certificate shall ber.m.d Slate of Florida Relating to Bonds day of Jul.A. D. 1930.

diUBlnck_ ;P ;.,ad-. ZS 6 22 J. 1. Peek ______ 2.14 I established here. Warrant. daring; month _.... 77.00 according to law, tax deed BE IT RESOLVED .UT TUB -' '.1.Ut.1-S. Secretary it. A. CRAY ot Itat, , _ _ _ _

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-- tbe If the patient can, he wit method ---
reaches tlon. ; the 'Uenltb'
it be
j- which the negro had confessed i to 25 years of age
Telegraph stealing Lake Worth Hers.1 average, he will be making $888 a digit I up---!and.the_ perfqrmanc! miracle worker, 'v'',.,.r.\'t thina"good : ,

; Bradford County I From Other Pens l l8tarke Incidents like this. Increase U '' year;white. if ''he goes through big begins - does not matter ; obesity cu>- ,, ? _U b' ..
the From that date, it "fat-removers/ bill
to average
Established 1877'Published respect (T') 'we hold for'our laws school and Is still up >?i
(\, ._ _ ....Jif' and. courts. for young men >of that clan to the quack'; he bas his, fee I you "m, year' fHe,,,, '/10,. "tr. ,
_ ,_ .._ "
n If the treatmen
(. he will making $1,650. Besides, safely banked. i "female speciilgi. err-.
if' Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class Telegraph refers to tree Lake City:Is-happy a that it Is goIng at that age, if he has gone throughigh \ fails-which It does In the great : long pr short ranK. 'u" O1all'''X

; >> Starke Florida sitting as bringing: out "ape-in handsome and commodious school he will have alread majority of cases, the discovery I IB dip; he Is a bo orr''
Matter at the Post Office at tendencies." No, merely a tendency to get a l n rrieo
human '
H1 postofflra! building. Tbe made $2,225 more in his seven made that the CUb Is beyond Then, the wizard \'?(,, ,, '

11'h' K 5) E. S. Matthews, ____________________ Owner and Publish, on the part Times-Union.of the boys to get Lake City Reporter says surve; years work than be will If he quit skill--and the patient is turn holism by letting >n,, "?u" II
) higher up.- but If not penniless. wife
Editor and testing for thnew now and wo/ks the whole 11 yeari"SynWm ed loose-all the powder In his lies(
: ______________ Managing --p-- Inlr the ground then
.!| J. C. Robinson ______ ___ to be located adJacent -p--- And the next year, this patient' the broken-arch s,.netf
.. .. , .. One thing the farmer should be postofflre the
- - _.-- --- ---- church and I... a Curwe"Highlands name may be found, printed' rupture discoveries ,
: thankful for he doesn't have I I to the First paptlst he hrred
'j -
) sat
hundreds of "our -
SUBSCRIPTION RATE from the court County Pilot) among the tar eczema salv, .r1"1ney
i' across the street ( I and)(
for all the advice he gets.- th
1''rt' ,I Yearly $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable In Advance pay Bradford County Telegraph. And house, la now under way, with C, On some hands we hear the bl1ed.customers( scraper pills the, (IU Heua V
I In charge< schools "mua Your modern, up-to-date quack corn remover 0.TK
engineer. *
V. Downing Highlands county
Rates Application It Is equally true that the great
Advertising on 'staff of eminent H
and his }
for the new building the accredited list, regardless -
r .__,. _._ ,, __ ..__._.____ ----I bulk of It Isn't worth paying for- The plans but I It be kept on specialists" knows that he 1 la backAt several point, J
U ; " t Chief. have not been submitted yet of the tax burden. ,n
n In case have forgotten this is Constitution Week. Apopka Is expected that this phase of the And ignorance of what the accredited working a racket for all that la In country today 0111' readegb i
j you -o-- work will be taken care of in the list\ ,la, is usually the It, and that the sucker Is the lose become aware of ''III( tt'lig!
it 0 More than one backyard aroun next few days. The total cost of foundation for that statement. In the end. He borrows and steal: suppress quackery It

4 : I', Bradford county could put a new high school building to< here Is sprouting papayas. The the new postal service building The accredited list system is i a all the high sounding medica the headlines Of ""Ourte they the,er

1 are good eating-and there's goo has beAn estimated at $120,00( curse. It permits incompetent stu terms he needs to put his game' vertlsers cry "env ,Illd "

; I good use. money in them, too.-Lake WorthHerald. the Reporter says. Tlmea-Un- dents to waste four years in a unl across He'appears ultra-scien of superior skill, a'd j
0 Backyards up this way and that he can do' ''
tine discovery, with their ,
,. (ac r' I, Eustis Lake Region complains about the steady ex-It of: are sprouting pappys, too, but tbey ion. -.0What their versity parents'and squander money. their own or what nobdy else can do In the' of the golden bnllyhoc hnr.s, end,, ,from reap\
Ink tho "it" girls. are engagedln killing weeds. to ))0 The accredited list means nothing health art. gullible of human, kind
211 \ I a graduate of At the present writing, the< seems that there ic, -tnd
o from hotel and railroad' At the risk of plagarizing to any competent man,011'/ '
tilt) i are crowding ever; dumb-headed
,3. Any newspapers claM
Will Traeran Avon Park high ;
idea from
would be scarce it all automobiles were Information: bureaus indicate i a smoking the Inroad
$ feel' News some days litho the Orlando Sentinel, it seems tome graduate of any high school that sheet of canvas against We have almoHin, t, \'n w
dfsa'' t kept in their garages. heavy travel to Florida, starting sat that the best thing to do Is entitled to enter college, who< of quackery-all over the western) fever from the far. ," .h, iii.

ESS7 m,; 1' 0 very early for winter splendid, making tourist (1) It things go wrong, 'be has learned what he Is supposed to< half of our country; the exposure Show me the quart" nee la| | "
the forecast a school, cut Is astounding. Rank charlatans done anything ,, !
have learned In high u. u '
: nonchalant 'he
tfi* tkU of day's time can see cars from a season coming. Palatka Times of dollars out I
fri / i, In the course a you ((2)). If your gas tank is empty, enter any college In America or lithe have made millions work along.
dozen states coming to Florida. Herald. walk mile. world-regardless of accredited of their army of "suckers. Abou We have taken must II
fl. .. a the
i --O -' I of
frflJK I'' 0 I ((3)) If downhearted, try smile list or not. the most disgusting venture ror. out of diphtheria g bw
t h& It has been discovered that quackdom Is the offer to maktyoung" ,
n of the newsPapers -they satisfY If the pupil Is capable, he cat your quack who BVL' discover,
Rotogravures have rendered useless two with horns do not use< old by sewing
( animals of ones,
(4) If 111, come to Florida; enter college. The accredited Us t men germ, or formulated gwm
iY t ,' tl' pet adjectives "young" and "beautiful."* their brains to any great extent, not a, cough In a carload of O\1r Is valuable only to the dullard, Into them "glands" obtained tram conquer it I can .how ,.?? ,

l1'+ M w4{ 0 _ We had already decided that abou climate. the sluggard; or the .Incapable< domestic animals! who abuse and vlllf.v the Mn>
'<2 ' thaW'J| 4 food Eisteddfod the fellow who honks his auto (5) Try hard to be plucky, he graduate, for It permits him tc Nothing on the face of It could men who are striving Ie,,, make
If; li --M-W j. Lake Wales Highlander's new "cow" horn all over town abou said; and reach for a Lucky In- enter college without taking anexamhiaUon. be more absurb. To make a young world-not their .awn POCk
( and musicians midnight-Eustis Lake Region of old Is utterly
a :; must be a special for orators stead. man out an books-better.
; 0- _i O (6) It neCeB ary"expee.torate.; Highlands county 'lean cut the impossible. The waning fires ol Visit our great Institution ]

in air Lake county will have the honor spit Is an ugly word.-Stuar frills, save several thousand dollars l- life may, Indeed, be fanned Into voted to the study <'j r cancer
rattler i
i, 1V i ., Ocala Banner decides that fighting a an of entertal .Ing the South FlorIda Daily News. take its schools off the accredited temporary flame, but it will only tuberculosis; can you find the

; enNA ,, plane is worse than listening to a rattle in an automobile. Press Association In1 October _o-- liat, and a college'educa- last while "fan" Is being vigorously vertislng quack furnishing set

: i 0.- And the press boys know how to One of the new amendments! Lion will not be denied any capable plied fort of money to combat these

n, in everything tell the good things In each corn proposed for Florida's constitution I, graduate-and four years of This even the commonplace rible scourges?
One writer advises using a little sugar you munlty they visit.-Eustis Lake Is an exemption from taxes foi wasted life and $1,500 of some physician knows. The layman* II But you can find any number

have to say and adding a little salt to everything you hear Region. new Industries that may locate I dad's money may be saved by possessed of ordinary intelligence,, charlatans stealing the formula

env.s 7S o --o- within the state for the next fit keeping 'out some graduate who should never' be Induced to bite these men. and capitallzlni!

+ The radio chooses for you the teen: years after Its adoption. Thliis hasn't earned the right to enter at so glaring a piece; of humbug. , ] them for their own personal p t
S e1 1 If you're looking for a job with a thrill and pay, news you shall have; the newspapers a propo lllo'n' that all voters college. Still enough of them have, evi which is selfishness and jr<

try out the Union county boy's scheme of catching live rat hands you all the news there ought to study carefully before The biggest universities: In the dently bitten to make millionaires personified-not to sny '.-rime i
Is, leaving it to your personal opinIon :casting a vote'' for It. There an : country do not recognize the accredited out of the several perpetrators of I Ignorance combined.
tlei,'s. to choose what you want,, two: aides to the question. One< I list. You can't get Into this outrage. Every now and then I read d
ti o Somewhere between the two oughto aide against)It,,!* that the old entabllshed Yale, Harvard, Princeton and The quack of larger caliber of-I some "popular" magazine a tlw

\ A bathing beach in Marion county features daylight : be a rich middle ground. : industries: that have others without taking an examination ten seeks the email_town with a of abuse and outcry againi) '

n the order should be equally Christian Science Monitor. borne the brunt of the taxation for no matter how many accredIted solid environment of prosperous faithful( family phyxlcian-, -and
bathing at night. Reversing here: many years would have to ]late' your high schools is on. farmers for the location of Ilia makes my blood boll (10 rah'!

popular. Many persona think that spinach :continue paying( and perhaps payIng But the lobby of th's' National "plant." Sites here cost little; he that any publisher will give tp,

0 l s a common weed not fit to eat,,, an additional tax, while the Educational association has so got can otten sell stock in his enterprise to such slander!

BIAS. v'' ind that okra l Is a vegetable surrounded new firms and Industries would gc ; Its grips on legislatures that a to the ambitious citizens, l -- -
If, contests for fence sitting are ever started, the Lake by an oyster, slick and icotch free for a long term, and few southern state universitieswill ever eager to boost their communIty mviNc; r.' MKIIIJ:

I dV Worth Herald thinks the competition would be keen among illmy. Wonder what these people itlll make conditions which would listen to this "accredited )list" One especially notorious
V r ) lave to say about the avocadojearT require a raise In taxes of those nonsense. western* quack: has amassed overa Tampa, Sept 2Word I

politicians. -Perry Herald. And thaiMitcaat who are paying. At the first! And as for the tourist For million dollars by his crafty en- been received In Tampa of I

,y o the guava? )lurch The Herald does not approve three: years we handled every letter gineering in one of our western death in Harllngen; Tens,, ofI

j"i Two St. Petersburg residents in an attempt to break the -o-' of the proposition, and In- received by the chamber of agricultural states. ing C. Webb, 68, former raid.
< John P. Coffin has gone north it. Perrj commerce from a prospective tour sentiment of
succeeded end to vote against It the prevailing }f Florida. He came to thUi
speed record between that city and Cincinnati only 'or'' Florida and prohibition. Fine Herald. ist. We have seen thousands since the community Is religious, the in the 80's and lived In Glf
t' i, in breaking their necks. man, we presume, and a great ----. then.: We have never seen a letter quack at once selects the largest Cove Springs and In Starka tie

Y iiid V Q Booster for prohibition, but New I Hchool Ruling from a tourist'asking If the church and, at once becomes one le published the Starke Ten \ ouldn't the state send some one (Leesburg'Commercial.) high school was on the accreditedlist. of the foremost financial props 1888. During the Spot.
of bridge prizes these days are looking them with happier name than Coffin.1 FlorIda The tourists merely want
'ddk Mc417Csnov ;> Winners a Gradually tide squeeze on therein. His "staff" arranges itself American war he lived In Tam;
V over with a speculative eye, with thoughts of Christmas gifts Perry Herald Suppose you nomInate (and other' states) schools IfJecomlng high; schools that will prepare among the, other churches; In July, 1928 he and his wife
> Crooke. "morg pinching.." It will their children to take the necessary the Institution l Is a model of pietyIn turned to Tampa to cult\ \ his broijr.
? In the back of their minds.. 0 ' lot be long now until the last vestige examinations to enter col- everything except charity; It Arthur C. Webb. 5913 Brae

1 n The state chamber of commerce of local autonomy, Is gone. lege. And the high school doesn't treats no patient that cannot put avenue, when they met (for i iirst

J With the number of canning plants being established ink III endeavoring to raise 1500,000,, To be "accredited" under the lave to waste a nickel on folderols.o up in advance. Everything Is fish time in 31 years He Is ,.

be canning everything about the with which to wage a nation-wide latest ruling coming out of Talla- do this. that comes Into the net of the rived by his wife, three sons Ia
this state, they'll soon publicity campaign for Florida lassee, any elementary school connected The "accredited list _Is a toolf quack-all suckers! daughter.

tot \ ) It v f-. grapefruit except the squirt. Such a sum, it judiciously expended with a high school must ) money-seeking educational The honest doctors of the community .

o would doubtless prove a profit un as long a term as the high leader who don't give a contlnen- are sneered at, as they go DadeCity Dade City Elec'j'

well Florida mem- ible Investment for every. section school. An exception Is made for lal about anybody but the group about their obstetrical cases, their Shop moved to location on Shiitreet.
must be paid as
kipth.. Maine legislators as of the state.-Palatka Times-tier- he coming term when eight east of all, the taxpayers. broken limbs, their services to the .

guNse.dan bers. Thirteen Republicans and twelve Democrats want to ild.Dh months high school term will leave -rp deadheads and nondescript t, non- Tarpon Springsew!' much,

i"" represent Androscoggin when- he high school on the accredited bill-paylng units of the locality. try Installed at Tugwell & \W<
d county.o she drives a car 1st. QUACK MENACE The quack just loves to drive nan canning plant on Disstom\
('''file i'i'rllrot r All etiquette has flung atarI In Leesburg there will be no ef- those non-advertising pill-peddlers rue
:c'' k 3 Now that prohibition agents' cars are well marked, the I She hogs the middle of the street; act of this ruling this term but Itt to the tall grass. Madison Meat market to

3Mind next step will be to require them to sing "'I'm Following You" Don't pass her, If you are discreet. stands It will be necessary for PUBLIC HEALTHMoCutlet Here are some of the green opened In conjunction with "j
t { Ind when you have the rightofway he grammar schools to run nine fields and running brooks of the ado: Grocery.
rs while trailing a suspect on foot
'd months next year: By "connected" quack: Cancer cured by mild and 'Live Oak Golf Brothers'
7 t o Don't take !it, lest the price you elementary schools It Is explained ioothing oils; piles removed without med ginnery between Su"amj,
r, a 'I) +1,% .,.a.ssR t Contestants in these "How far can you go on a pint" pay. Is meant practically every 'feeder"o | l Suffering Humanity surgery-the "old, cruel told storage plant and Ice plan,
zti' .Ve love her and admire her zeal- the high school except'that it .
7 !', rd.r'T j; drives have discovered that the life of the pint depends on 3ut not when at a steering wheel. toes not apply* to pupils transfered Thrive Upon Ignorance _.

r\ /,, the number of passengers carried. -Florida TimesUnion.And from one district to another to
IIt D accredited high school.
L --0 inter an By Dr JosephJ. Gaines, M. D.
lIon. E. B. Matthews, ,
now What logic : was used by the
Dunnellon milk dealers must be trying to popularize but- editor and banker of Starke, former ilgher-up professors (probably in With the gigantic: strides made "I'm going to be aFireman'

t termilk in advertising that it contains more than the. legal Bradford county legislator, and Columbia) University where most by our country in all directions,,it
t t, r allroad commissioner, is being favorably logically follows that, not all of
Isms originate) to con-
ti half old. of the
I F amount of alcohol when a day and a
ow : mentioned aa a candidate inco themselves that the ABC them are either wise or worthy. '

& $ 0.- for' the governorship In the prImary lass requires as long a term as the For instance, our malignant

Suwannee Press Association will hold its next meetingat of 1932.: "Gene" Matthews, enlor class In high school Is beyond "crime wave;" and. along with It,

,.4 Members requested to buy a round a8 he Is well and favorably knowno us. If they have ever read A colossal onrush organized
station. are
a filling his host of friends throughout of the American quackery seeking to rob the sick nllt t
the biographies fie he now
> trip ticket and check themselves before leaving home. he state Is well qualified to nil itstorlcal leaders, they could not and( afflicted. ;;;; say
seek-Palatka Strictly quack principles are, .
t 0 - my olllce he might ather such logic. ,
ore and
wait a fow )'('111'' '
Tlme -Herald. supreme ;
Port. found of the bantam '--
Ford owner in New Richey one
Inordinate greed; third absolute
-u- Kiiil.Hh Hitch 1 School? ,
Mv11.Na automobiles wedged between\ his 'front fender and bumper Sometimes living sorrows are absence 'conscience and sympathy lieMI decide> follow
p returning from a trip and is now advertising for theowner more poignant and pierce deeper (Leesburg Commercial) toward the suffered; fourth, .
K upon into one's Inner self than the dead Every year there are boys who unblushing dishonesty.You lrofrH8lon. Ami l'1''
gyp'' u. ii one that sleep out In the city of( are tempted to quit school and go will find quackery now en-
), R.e R.g o the silences. !If there Is such a to work Instead 'of starting into 'tirely up-to-date. The glaring

R + Atlanta daily came out with a front page scarehead saying tiling as fate It handles some of us high school. What a pity! electric sign-the brown-stone route moneyj It you 'h''-
e anxious with little mercy, and fills our Boys' Life far September contains front-the "staff" of "trained
the benefit
( V VR the storm had missed Florida. For lives with bitter weed and prick- a tabulated statement of average specialists"-the "free clinic" and a gin" saving now i"'

Georgia residents we'll pass along the information that it ing thorns. And yet. we must carry wages or salaries receivedby other borrowed plumes calculatedto .

R "Y4 9* + missed Georgia also. on. It matters not how deep the boys who quit school at 14 and attract the unsophisticated; \ \ n few dollars u w.M-k ri
adR wound, and for those around us those who went ahead and grad- here the advertising page and the
fjiUs i3te ,0 try to smile.-Marlanna Times- uated from high school at 18. This radio are worked for all they ran
{ Titusville Star-Advocate believes hurricanes should be Courier. statement shows that In the 11 be Induced to carry; these are you'll have enough 'wtaxidp

s 4'a L blown with explosives. If that plan works the problem -- 0- years between ?hat time and his used to vilify all that Is really mer-
P Pu up wind Not many Floridians know that arrival at the age of 25 years, a it In medicine and surgery what with coin-
under the bad ,
wMji would be getting someone to plant mines bodies of the araham-Fatge auto total of $5,112.50. On the other Once the afflicted one writes be 4

9'l and setting them oft at the proper moment. mobiles'are built in Perry, where hand the average boy who wenton Is besieged with a most entrance wr"Y ,y t, to tart
r o the company owns a big mill i through high school and then ing array of "follow-up letters," 1)lIn.llntf"l'f"
4 earned In the which enumerate the thousands of h
y Bradford County Telegraph. Just went to work
) , From reports it would seem that Plant City will have give us a few more months and we seven years of activity In the outside "cures" made by the quack outfit; your boy on Ills, terra.

S';.* three auction companies to operate there next berry season. will have some of the best high- world a total of $7,338.50. even testimonials from clergymen ..

I Ir It first the Miller system operated in Florida it was at ways of the country through Perry Another statistical computationshows and bankers bolster the nefarious
.- The year be from and then more and more people that the average. man gains game. The sucker is led to believe 4 Per Cent Interest Paid
but that it has merit can seen
a decided disadvantage, from all over the country will $25 for every 'day he spends In his family physician both an Ignoramus -

+ the way strawberry growing sections 'south of Bradford are known a lot of things about Perry school after the Age of 14 years. and a robber-possibly a

to it. that they do not know at present. Told 'In another way, the boy murdered. If the gullible one can on all accounts
taking Perry News. who has no schooling at all has possibly scrape together enough

r a -- --O-' one chance In 150,000 of renderIne ready cash nine times out of ten
to autos from taxation service to the he will be hooked. I
: T The constitutional amendment exempt In Miami a negro who had confessed distinguished
f to be hotel guestsand world or of leaping rich rewards Arriving at the "temple of
of the license tag is very likely to "frisking"
the exception
'it } t 1: with will had been sentenced to 30 days Elementary education! gives him health" he will be put through a BANK OF STARKEA
J a aI adopted'in November. It is also likely that the legislature In Jail Is released when his attor- four times 'bat chance, high rigmarole (copied from real physicians -

increase the license rate to partly offset the loss of the per- neys discovered that Frank B.Stoneraan school 87 times and college 800 ) by "our entire staff", and

and another feature is that this amount municipal judge, bad times as great" chance to make told that he Is in a much worse ROLL OF HONOR BANK
sonal tax now paid, condition than his letters Indicat(
of the In the good In big way.
signed some papers
will be paid each year without any reduction as the can de- case with his Initials Instead of his So, If the boyle tempted to cut ed. Then from'a hundred to a R. J. Davis, CashierE. S. Matthews Pres.

preciates. A car of ancient vintage will pay the same tax as full name. And the negro or hIs high! school Impress i hIm It you thousand dollars more will be asked ,
*50 can with the further fact that at for. III view of the worse condl- -
: I one of the same make just driven from the salesroom. attorneys, were returned the $


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