Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: September 19, 1930
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00027795
Volume ID: VID04777
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Established 1877 Subscription-For Year,$1.50; Six Months 75c-Payable In Advance E. S. Matthews Owner and Publisher. f 4

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1930 STRAWBERRY MOVEMENT FIRST MEETINGOF Roger Vf.- Babson, the re- WILL FOR SUPPORT OF CITIZENS

ftownfld'financier and statistician -
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if Total Heniton-Movement of 431 -- THE SEASON r business, forecasts revival and an early nays BE INCREASED ".uIN'a..1 Agent-('OllltHLl't'lI"oluG p

(.111..202 Comprised StrawiHrry there l.. no room for longer of the hallway and Highway 1 r
SCHOOL FUNDIS PROSPECTS OF
Shipments From doubting that the country !.no'N to Ktnrko and ': ) {

County The Parent-Teachers Association will have a prosperous fall Tomatoes. 1'cplrrrs. lt<>an.. Being Bradford County

season Planted: <)1'(' Thin. Full I ----
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of n. II.
S. met Wednesdayafternoon
tin tng the season ot 1929.30 EXPLAINED Local business conditions I COTTON GIVEN fins and truck lines are making'serloua }r
,
at three-thirty, with a
uniitord\ / county shipped a total seem to be showing a marked The of Florida truck Inroads. into the business 1,
acreasj
large number of patrons In attend
lf r 'are of vegetables and, non- Improvement, if we take crops planted till fall and early --- formerly handled by the Seaboard r, 8 r
The Mrs. T J
ance. president, ,,
|,liri, i-uits, according to the relr .Apportionment On AttendanceIn Alderman presided and Mrs. W.It. hank deposits na an indication winter will be considerably larger Pr.-
implied by Frank Scruggs County SchoolsIn Parks transacted the duties of and nothing more truly than that of yt'al"a/iliO/ according *- Growth fln. local agent for the railway, ey '

[,HICK news specialist! of the Flor- reflects the ebb and flow of to the United States Bureau of -- slated in a communication to the tTelegraph
Her ,
secretary. J T. Guy led 1 in
!a unto marketing bureau and accouncing that the apportionment a for the of the general huilnoHS.. During the Agricultural Economics, Florida Orlando Sept 10.- ,Prospects this week, In line with

,IIMIleased.' ( Ot this total 202ji" for the state public prayer success first two weeks of September division for Florida cotton on September other cities and towns where efforts ,
school during the
term.
, ivered the strawberry move- school system for' the month deposits. '''made In tbe Bank "While. it l III too early for t acre 1'were for a crop of 36,000 bales are being made to show the tM ,

leu' placing Bradtord county amounted to $381,600.64, officials The third grade, taught by Miss of Starke amounted to $46,- axes!; to be determined accurately of 600 pound gross weight according :- people what the railroads mean to t "

the state. Hlllsboroughiium of the Madge Middleton, received a cash 659.09 than for thee a community In dollars and cents, F
lira n state department of public more says a statement from the bureau, to the< ) led the state with '788 cars Instruction explained Monday that prize on account of having th first two weeks! In Septembera "a substantial increase In the to- of Agriculture, bureauof << I-. Griffin stated that the monthly )e

It f strawberries. Polk county sec- the apportionments are based on largest number of patrons present. year ago, or a gain of fifty matoes and seems. assured. Agricultural economics, here payroll to Seaboard< employee here _

],nd, with 360. Hardee 'county average dally attendance In the Little Jacqueline Andrews and and three-tenths per cent "There will peppers be some Increase In This indication was based 'on a a.iiountH to to 331092. Y \" '
( total of 192 Orangeaunty Freeman Register, Jr.. of the first The'! is 'ertalllly. fine Griffin yyqeeLj ,
hipped a cars. school of each county ( a the fall acreage of beans. The reported. September 1 condition of This amount, Mr. points _

.. ,t 75 cars, Union county 27 The rate per pupil Is 13 centsof grade gave a charming dialogue" showing, and should con- strawberry acreage probably will .79 per cent, as compared with 62 out, ia paId out to men living In ,

{lira and Sumter three cars. the one mill tax, 23 cents ot entitled "Staying After School vince even the greatest. pessImIst not differ from that of aar! per rent on September 1, 1929 Btnrke, many of whom own their a ?

Watermelons came second In the interest on common school and was followed by'the audience among us that Bradford a ro.: and 'a 10 year average of 57 percent lao r.rs, and the greater' part of the _

Lumber ot cars moving from this fund, 63 cents of the one cent singing the Star Spangled Banner, county IA. a very long Prospects for Florida crops generally ,. the bureau's report stated. ::::un.payroll la spent here I,

iotinty, a total of 107 cars being gasoline fund, .03 cents of the one- with Miss Ethel:: Griffin as accompanist ways from being bankrupt. this reason! had changedbut Production of Florida cotton in maintaining: local business Institutions _

{hipped. The balance of the movement fourth mill tax, .01 cent of the During the week good little during the past month 1929 was 29,000 balea and in They pay taxes covering Y{?

tor the season was divided interests on bank deposits, and The president made an Interest. rains have fallen in many the statement. sold adding that 1928 It was 19,000 bales records m !liooln. I public Improvements and !

1 follows: Sweet corn 54 cars; i 41 cents of the fourth gas tax. ing talk concerning the school parts of tbe strawberry pro- "for the most of the staple crops, here showed. compose a very desirable part oft t +

Imtatoeu, 34 cars; mixed vege- The amount available for the work for the term. Mrs. T. J. dll'lng''Brea: and plant set- the estimated production Is below "Early In.t the season" the report !"> citizenship of the town.In i /+

|ible8. 21 cars; beans 14 cars; schools of the state Is determInedby Guy read an instructive 'paper on ting has gone forward rapidly. that of last year: due to scarcityof said "there was considerable addition, to the above amount !

[..ibbage 2 care.6Uawberry the state comptroller, who advises the subject pf the Child's Instincts Contrary to UieJeellng,, rainfall during-'most ot the replanting of cotton but the ponded. by the Seaboard Hallway 4fI

shipment s'rank sec. the department of public Instruction and Impulses. of some persons earlier In growing: seaRon."Condltlolls final stand was reported to be I f labor, the county taxes and II- y

Incl in value In the movement of Each county's share 01 Mrs L. Wyman chairman of the season that plants would of (cltru has changed equal to that of last year and better 'u.ti* of the railroads operating +g +'

Vegetables,, melons and non-citrus the total for the month is determIne'd the membership tommlttee: announced be very wurre, there seems only slhhtly" from that of August than in 1928. Bradford county paid this yearcminted +!e r

IUU: from the,state, 'according toJ'lls on a basis: 'ot average dally that the, following grade to be a fair supply of good 1. Condition of oranges is During most of the growing season : : to 3124330. Thin "

report, celery shipments rankIng attendance. mothers had been chosen: plants and while the acreage reported at 84 per cent of normal ,, the rainfall has been lighter represent only what the county y '

first and tomato shipments Miss! 'Olive Ray's room, Mrs. E. will not be so large; aa compared with 83 per cent on August than usual Growth has been rapId received, anti each Incorporated'S.

Ililrd, The summary as given byllr nOrTH t'AILKI> OFF THIS W. Hayes. Mrs. II. C. Hitch's last year It''' will be well up 1 and 63 per cent on September and the crop now Is further advanced town within the county added an- S. ?a

Scruggs Is published In full as WL'HK room Mrs. L. F. Smith Miss to the average of the past 1 of last year Grapefruit la than usual for this lime of other bit to the ra'lway's'! tax bill.
Katelle Davis' room Mrs. A. W. five the To Starke the Seaboard Hallway F ,
.allows. years.Another1, reported at 80 per cent compared yenr.Vltlle the yield has t'M
Tpon: urgent and repeated re- J. C. Prevatt of Lawtey pro- Anderson. Miss Ethel Griffin'sroom favorable occur- with 79 per cent a mouth ago anti been reduced In some sections by paid this year, a total of 89929.

ni'st from a large number of moter of the weekly bouts at the Mrs. L. Wyman. Miss rence of 'the week wan the /59 per cent a year ago. Inck of moisture weevil damagehas making a total! for the county and

niipapers., firms and Indlvld- armory, stated Wednesday that Madge Mlddletou's room Mrs. W distribution of checks "Tangerine condition Is reported been been below the average one of It* three incorporated towns r 'rI

Llin Florida, who are Interest- the usual fight will not be pulled O. Halle. Miss Gussle Mae Bennett's amounting to around $15- at 76 per cent compared with abandonment since July 1 has I of 3214259. With the yearly 4, l "f

off this Thursday on account of room, Mrs. II A. Bishop 000.00 covering loans madeto been payroll of 39731.04 added to this
Itl I in (the fruit and vegetable In- % 77 per cent on August 1, and 60 unusually light
lIijtr\ of the state, we offer an the greater number of fans expressing ' Mrs. Edna Hart's room Mrs. 13M. growers by the federal per cent on September 1, 1928 "For the United Slates, Illd(Wlkt- tax bill, we have the yearly Bum j

Miniate each year of the gross in- a desire to be In Jack- Johns. Miss Eunice Perkins' Agricultural Department. Ileports generally Indicate better ed production la 14,340,000 bales of $71,87.1.63 coming from the d eFy

"mo" from Florida fruits and sonville that night to witness the room Mrs J., T, Guy. Miss Gruber'a This influx of money has put quality than a year ago. The pecan compared/ with 14,628,000 bales railroads to the county for the ,,.

egeta bles. Snipes-Schneider bout, to be re- room Mrs. J. C. Robinson. growers In position to go crop will be better than last I ginned from the crop of 1929." privilege of operating passenger o pip

fereed by Jack Dempsey The president appointed the following ahead with the purchase of and freight lines across It. This
'After a study of the mass of year, but much' below that of ...i ,
callable data in this Mi'. Prevatt also stated that committees: plants and the plant market 1928. Amount doe not Include the "

bfflcewe place an estimate marketing of $88- principals for bis''main' ( bout on Program:: Mrs. A. M. Darby, Eu- has been very, active. "August weather was favorable Governor to 'Probe amount ot taxes paid to the state l' .'.

Thursday; Sept. IBth would be nice Perkins. to. the _
.7.313 as the total gross income for Florida. cotton and conditions or two remaining incorporated
Shepherd .of' Jacksonville, and Hospitality Mrs. O. L. Haynes,
: tha towns
rom the 1929.30 fruit and vege- Improved during month. The Plea of Buchannan
Forsyth of Starke.VAC.tTJON Mrs. S.' L. Peek and Mrs. J. W.
_-Wo! crop. There are several .,.. crop ia now well ,advanced with ,.. To offset, JhU expenditure the
.. . -
k .. Andrews, Jr.
rusts and vegetables don"ara- ANNUAL MEETING Indications of a materially larger --
\I FOR COUNTY Finance !Mrs. H. Dew Mrs I (Concluded on page 8.)
lively minor importance which we : A. production than last year. Corn Ntlll ('ollflnc>cl In Itaittli CHI, SayAttorneys. t, '
t'oriir T. J, Guy and Mrs. L. H. Hill. OF FOX HUNTERS
Save has not done well .
not attempted to cover In'' as and the .
Ihls report but which would In-: Sanitation: Mrs. Edward Burns, SET FOR OCTOBER yield will be below average for Tornadoes 1
Enter
lrea.se Owing to the absence of material Miss Gruber and Mrs. N. T. Hitch. the state The "
somewhat the Income. The yield of peanutswill
Mclitlonal revenue from vege- the regular monthly term of Publicity: Miss Olive Ray, Mrs also be under that of last year An Investigation into why J, Last Week Practice (! 4
county court will be omitted this I C. A. Flitch Mrs. J. C. Robinson. Nearly ICvory: Stole. to Ho lt<*|>r<" although W. Buchannan! Taylor county
p.ibles, melons and non-citrus some impovement la reported -
irult, month. Judge Gardiner stated I Health Survey: Mrs. II. A. Dew, .Ht..lh..1 at Keystone from recent rains. The farmer who several months ago
consumed locally or hauled will walt Jerked from the shadow of Will I'lny( Green Cove Springs for yC Er
Thursday and not meet next Miss MIddleton, Miss Ray.
).y truck and not already includ- HflKlitN Meet bright tobacco has been harvested w
Tuesday as usual. The next term By-Laws: Mrs E.t! Johns, the electric chair: when Circuit OM>nliiC| damn Vrldny a,
d 1. and( mostly sold. The
|<
would likely increase the gross < yield was s
I will: come up the fourth TuesdayIn Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and Mrs. T. T. Members of the Florida State !good but prices unsatisfactory.Shade Judge A. Z, Adklna declared pardons i,temta'r 211:.: t.. ;
1 Concluded of the act electrocution -
on page 4.) October. Long. prescribing -
Fox Hunters association will hold tobacco should come closeto ? ur M
as the legal means of ( flY Eldredge Robinson.}
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:There+'was b discussion on the their fourth annual field trials atKo'stone last year in yield with better'
execution to be t l
subject of a new flag and a taller color and quality of leaf" unconstitutional The entire Tornado squad will
Heights October 6 to 10,
Eberhardt Warns State Is still held !In solitary confinement -
enter their last week of practiceto
I flag pole for the campus. The finance It was announced: Monday nightby
(
In the death cell at the state the
wage greatest battle for position a v
committee, under the direc-
officials! of the organization. M.
Officals And Others Of tion of Mrs. H. A. Dew, has been H. Baxley of Gainesville, president /- CLUB GIRLS Gov.penitentiary Doyle B.will Carlton.be launched by .that has been fought In a d'
good year fLoveli's
adding to the treasury by selling .many
of the association and Dr. W. A.Bagwell ON
for
ANNUAL Attorney J..W.
CAMP Buchannan
salted peanuts and cakes, the proceeds prospects shine bright
of Alachua, secretary and
Disclosures To Be Made to be used for primary sup- treasurer, will complete arrangements I Bears Claudo, Jr., Jacksonville have, and Informed ly. With Just the loa) of one man
Pepper Perry -
,
plies. the off the line Klckllter, captain who R
thla (weed 'for ''the event. The first annual 4-H ,
-- The work of the P. T. A. Is progressing City officials.xjfltfeyitone1'' Heightsare the governorthat ,theIr I graduated last year. the Dosltlon '( ,D
club camps will be held at St. Augustine client' health Is being ImpaIredby -
"lInh8t'6 News Editor Shoots made bond for $260/ shortly after with much enthusiasm, cooperating in the program.A Y. M. C.. A. Camp Sept. the continued confinement! lie was filled readily by In man and

Ian On Street Following the affair, on a charge ot carrying and gives promise of being a most bench show'',1..- slated for the 19 to 21st The camp !la located III laid to be losing the use of Strickland, the former a fast stepr '

Tussle. concealed weapons. helpful factor In the B. II. S. work. I opening day of the trial while all near Theressa and will be under arm through lack of exercise one ping freshman-and a fine defensive ".

Bengston, wno was cnarged with I entries will be registered for the the directions of Miss. Pearl Jordan Buchannan was convicted of player. i

Fret O. Eberhardt editor and assault and battery later made a field trials on that date. home demonstration agent slaying two federal prohibition The first two weeks of scrimmage tit b

uMlaher of The Florida State similar bond and was released CITY MILLAGE Dogs under.wo years of age are The girls from the northern sec' agents at his home three years ended today without a serious _


or Carlton, three members of the J. M. Harvell,. who was presentat will be first In the field Hound Starke at 4 :15 I"rlday"atterrioon.and mended. mercy and he drew a life Must a veteran who was kept r T, +

late road department and a num- the time ot the altercation, was The city council\ met September of all age are eligible to enter will Jdln the girls from the sentence but In the other the 'out of playing last year by an Injury 3 6
er of Dade and Miami ;
county city questioned by the authorities and other field events. Rbbon( and other sections of the I''
.6th In regular session above date county at the death penalty was Imposed.. After I sustained In the first week of r
IIIrlalli that their
Saturday names
award will be
of all descriptions
released. camp grounds. all to the court scrimmage, returned this year to j e +
following membdra other' recourse
"ill be mentioned In the "defense"'atement with the present I '
he will publish Eberhardt said following his re- : C. F" Hoover, chairman; G. tendered winners of all events. The camp program will consist ailed, a habeas corpus writ was make bill bid for the quarterback ,(
soon
Mr. three lease that he had a permit from Vf. Alderman N. Sternberg.. L. An Increasing number ot both of swimming, organized: play, and Issued by the supreme court and also at that position we have; Snap- ./
Eberhardt of ,
was one ,
hunters and view tbe a '
the county commissioners to carry Wall. spectators R regular program of work The Judge Adklna declared that the shot Futch and Lester Price Rob- ) '

ien' who recently were acquitted & gun. His nose was knocked out Assessment of the Packer of field trials each) year. Attendancethis evening will be.devoted to a regular electrIc chair law wall unconstitutional inson. In fullback we have Cox .ir
-hargea to procure the aasassi- season. Is expected to d
atlon of place during the attack. Florida (personal property) was surpass campfire program. In that the position ol and Kilwards, both veteran Inhaltba..ks
of Governor Carlton. The all former records.. Nearly
the Police tonight established a reduced to $900.00. every Much pleasure as well as goodIs executioner was not filled by elec-! we have Hum Alvarez
two were Frank Halls, form- union will be y
In the
r guard about Eberhardt's home and Millage for the current year was state repre- expected to be derived from the tlon but by appointment by the Bill Tltion and Eldredge Robinson ",
:
Carlton campaign manager, fox
sented as one or more hunting
the plant of the Florida State camp. governor On the line we have at Center Uf
no Henry Halaema, Jacksonville assessed aa follows: have. been formed In
altnr News, his newspaper, followings/ General fund, 8 mills. .J: organizations .. Judge Adkins released the prisoner George/ (Gator) In man a veteran )

Thl report'said; to have been received Road and bridge, 3 mills. each state. from the. death penalty Just also without competition. At

Tallahassee editor wrote by telephone to the effect that the Interest fund, 4 1.2 mills. Hounds of every description roitsvTiiIH OVER .. .UI.UO: three day before he wan scheduled guards wn have Brownlee and Graham "
a'
man a letter telling what from the lowest specie to a
( newspaper plant would be blown fund 1 1.2 mills. pure- to die and remanded him to both veteran, with competition ',
,' Sinking ,
JII''
be said regarding him In bred will vie for honors More "
>h'. up during the night. Total 17 mills. (By Ben Sternberg.) the penitentiary to serve the life from Johns and Inman. At
oubllshed) account of the state- foxes abound In a five mile area
Eberhardt said he had received
to the Vasco Forsyth was awarded entence. tackle we have Howard( Moore and
The council adjourned a
t I'' ,
n' !
Mr. Eberhardt claims were near Keystone Heights than In
I an annoymous. letter postmarked lint regular meeting In October.McKIXNKV. technical knockout over Jot The ruling of Judge Adkins wan vr"l.np Thomas.. both veterune with
ladE< to him by Vincent Glblln, at-,. any other known section of the
at Crestvlew, signed "A Friend. Friego/ of Lawtey, In tbe main boutat appealed by the state ands/ now plenty competition from Miner
.rn'> for Al Capone one of the state officials state. A complete
lot> advising him to watch out as "a I the armory last Thursday night p..ndlnIII/ the supreme court Moore, Bradley, Andrews. McMil-
chief witnesses In the re- Is expected to be announced -
"it gang Is going to get you". The I'L'.E:It.IL 11'4 ( OX H'T"::1' program The fight which from at the first whore !It U expected to be heard lan and Italic, the lent five all

: 'pnspiracy hearing.Mi publisher said he had received FOR U. I... soon. seemed to be a hard struggle ended 10 the near future, freshmen. At end. we, have Stern-
Eberhardt said that the
':l b:1:: several telephone calls and letters !In a disastrous finish at the end 'i berg a veteran with WaInwrIght
statements Involve those to recently threatening/ him If he at- 16."un..r31 of the third round, when Frlegocrawled at left end with competition from t
hom Gainesville, Sept. 'OMMISSiIN KFKVHIM; :
letters were addressed In an tempted to his side ot the ( ISU.I"SIH'OWT: : :: HTOIIK: ICOIIIIHD:I
print Inman
'(leg d bribery connection with service for n. L. McKlnney, 33 .'IIA r.UlHIKM PERMIT: ,, out of the ring and refused and Strickland
story regarding the recent conspiracy to continue, the thus The
-ambling years of age of Fairbanks, who bout Tornadoes wilt enter final
activities in Dade'coun- Burglars cutting their way
whclh it. '
In alleged
was
'Y case. died Saturday In an automobile Holding that the company was giving Forsyth the fight, While through the rear of the Independent preparatory work next week priorto
that he with others conspired to
11 I, Eberhardt said that the let- wreck last Monday were held ,.es- not strictly Inter-state, the state'i I the fight lasted It was a hard store, next to the theatre. Sat their Initial game with Green l
the assassination! of Governor .
procure struggle and the fans well Cove here
ers :-ffered all mentioned in tbetatnent. Carlton. terday afternoon at the Hawthorn railroad com million, haw set a pre. ware urday night made way with approximately Spring Friday
cemetery. The Rev. J. C. Moore eedent by refusing the petition of satisfied. Tbe Tornado face the season
t* an opportunity to reply Bengston and Harvell left -Tallahassee 170 in cash and several *
witt> The assurance that the replies by automobile tonight after of/the Hawthorn Baptist church the Southern }Transport' '' com In the preliminaries Battling ) cartons of clgarettea. The with the following schehdule: s 4'Sept

*ill> 10 published along with the they made bond. officiated. Thomas Undertaking pany to enter Florida. The com- McMillan of Starke won a hard robbery was discovered Sunday 26-Green Cove at Starke;

"dpf rTiie" statement In his news- l.tBDIl to'Publlitlt company was In charge of arrange. mission fears that the company, fought battle over Kid Broker of morning. Cheeks were sorted out Oct. 3-Jasper at Starke.

Dap),, there. Story mcntB. once entered would operate Intra- Green Cove Springs. from the cash and currency and Oct. 10-Live' Oak at Starke.
to
said he
editor
The expects atate and being outside the ,Jurisdiction Flash Parker of Starke won a thrown on the floor. County and Oct. 17- Alachua at Starke.
start his serial story' In his own
"'""'a lto,. Countlan Shot In Sun- of tbe commission would referee's decision over Johnnie city: officers Investigated the robbery Oct. 24-High Spring at High
under next
copyright
Thumb. paper a VKTKIIA.VH: TO SffcKT; : cut rates on transportation of the Young of Green Cove' Young being but no arrests have been Springs '
He declared he- believed the
Tallahassee O. day Him. ordered out of the ring In the second made. Nov. 1-St. Augustine at St.
Fred
Sept. 16.- attack made on him today had a
!rhardt. Publisher of the Flor- Members of J. J. DIcklson The company, newly organized/ round for talking back to the Augustine.Nov. .,
and
7 bearing on some of the calls '
United Confederate Veterans proposed to carry! film from Atlanta referee West Palm Beach Dormitories '
Stake News here who hot and letters be recently has received Camp, 7-Lake City at Lake City.
lightly' wounded O. L. Bengston. from West Florida. will meet at the courthouse: In Into Florida claiming more An exhibition bout was foughtby at Palm Beach county farm Nov. 14-t-Chlefland at Starke.

?1 Santa Rosa county after the Eberhardt and two other charr- Starke. Saturday' Sept. 27th 10 rapid service. However, the commission Vernon Hoe Lawtey and Unconscious recently Authorized will be com- Nor. ''-Wlldwood.. undecided "

latter bad attacked the editor on ao"o.town o'clock a. m. AH member are requested has decided that competent Robinson of Starke, .,'in pleted soon, according to Ralph Nor. !-Wllllston, undecided.

d street,this afternoon (Concluded on page 4.) to be present. service I I. now being'given. the semi-final: Osborn, county: commlnloner. Dec. B-Open,

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Dr. L. D. LeGcar V. sTI' I /Sohe Harris, di.f.tnd,
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and was so debilitat Knew-exactly) The I
By tinderMlKiK',itur. ,
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l'' I'd have two or three spells wil offnr f", ,, ,,
' Dr. LeCear !. a graduate of Ontario I I the ccuiithoUHf dom. ,
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.\,1 MISS PEARL JORDAN Home Demonstration Agent Veterinary ,1892.Thirty-eight year ofveterinary of complete prostration. I I I I Ida, dun n. th.. 1-u,,"> 't. r.I
I work. Eminent authority on dUenven it I on Monday, the 6th .' .,
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; t-hl t ,I N1..VTAnd'Th'i5' A. I). Jl0': to time ,
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raising of dairy other livestock. and 'I.
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cows poultry.
Milder" for caMli _.
I known I..t......,. writer ami author. I [ \ lTen I th ,
Proves .I Do Conqre $ ru'r..addr..rr.'I;\ liu\ ,., '
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Phosphate y. T i

t : I )'':\ItII'HOaR.UI I Altlflx V udder than It is aE the ; I I I WEARCONGRESSGAITER5 all Lot In Five section and J.i.l IK i 7. ,,., ,.,

Profitable For L'L'WHep L1VH1 Voice of Florida". ters... All of th's: :Mouth, Ilanwa/ 22 KB t. ' "
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I S"r.J' ('TIXUS'I'SrOU: wldt'i! at the ) plat of Woodlawn i. ,. ,' k t tj
ships,
lUo;.\J, JOB i.v I).\IKVII'lUiHI.v :\<; public records of H", ., th,
Winter Legume chest and depth of the NOW ? Florida:: on page ,", '
; evidences of U L .,. .. I 1'latD cnnlalnlnir 2\\ :, :ij/
Gainesville. Noonday farm \ capacity. .f! F.d'U :. I lean, including one-hnii;, ''I
-- Trw ... characteristics are roudwayM which nlmllmaLn 'I
programs broadcast by WRUK, Count for Kv: 'r>- I
5 1' "urnwrM mid Kiprrlmpiit: Si,Hi Ion open to publli "n, , '"
state radio station in cooperationwith miming lit Dciolopmriit! of it practically certain that Madison Construction of \ J !I.' ,
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(''''''14'rlllln" ( .>niMire| None, the Florida Agricultural Extension Valuable< HerdA will not be a big Woco-ppp bulk station near O, & K") "\l\, "
flOO><> I'oiuidN kA n. M- JOHNS ""I
r I SIM, nnd Service.. will beirln_..u_ at___ _12i._,! F., completed. Solicitor for Complain,,,,, '"
> p: 15 each week day, and will pre- favorite source of puns for Florida Hialeah Jimmy's Barbecue _, .
? : Gainesville, Kla. Austrian sent the following talks, along our vaudeville humorists Is the ; : opened in new building at 2718 N. -- --.::

Ia tc winter peas gIven 300 pound of with other features, during week fact that mankind has no voice In'' About W. 36th street, SPECIAL :M \HI'KK:

J, Biiper-pboHphate per acre overall: beginning Sept. 20: the selection of its ancestors. ". A I Apopka Store in Hawthorne 81.11

t. tee1 ed nearly 3 tons more green ma- Sat., Sept 20-Florida Farm family tree must be accepted I building will be remodeled and divided Hereby notice I la gi\\ ,, .1 1I
than check plots receiving no Bulbs Last and byvirtue of thai I ,
i4 nure News and Hints. U. 8. Farm Science whether good )branches or bad Into two store I decree of forpi-loHun :;
phosphate In extensive test conducted rllnir__ ___ teIt____ : Judge/ of (the Twen') '"
on'a numberof Snapshots. = n ,. .rliltS. (Circuit In and) for d
season Iirudt
p 'J tabJt t forms last over the state cooperating Mon.. Sept. 22-Feeding the In dairying Ancestry l is a most tm'IlIC" Inspection| of "' : .1. K. 'OOMAX: :\0'1'11'1 ov-a u-A n ui.w MILE Florida, In Chan."r"of \ a'TiMaao ,
Swine Herd During Fall and 'Win Important factor. And! what's Xurp.erlw" Itnral Aug-unt. A. D., in-'(
with the Florida Experiment Notion Is hereby given that t thirty Hague, nnd' I u, 'U |
according to J. I). terDr. A. L. Sliealy.Tues. more, it Is under the absolute con :Major IVttlMGalnesv411e . no appetite, was weak, run- dnya after datOhereot. on' tovltihe ; Hradclock, widow ami" 1, 0
i Station here, ; ., Sept. 23 -- Preventing trol of the herd owner. and depressed and no medi I 6th day of October, A. I>. 1930 [>raddockt deceaHed. <\lul! I I. \ ,.
Warner assistant agronomist.The : J[. the und..r..lKneil. (Oimrtlinn of liar- dock as ailmlnlHtiatrixmento ,
Damage from Citrus WhltefllesJ. FKv. -- I 10(1k helped me in the . '
Having determined ,tho breed of lev Cheimar Ovd Chenner and Jer- annexo of thi r ,
plots receiving 300 pounds li. Watson. Farming In Hawaii cattle you desire for herd mately 100,000,000 a a I Sargon restored my appe- rid (C'heBMtir Minor Helm of Henry Hraddoik.: deceaBeil: I. .111,1, i I' II"" "J,
: averaged about: 5.8 I your you J1eceaed will apply to dock. guardian of W i
; of phosphate and Some Impressions of California next prpceed to that very interestIng bulbs were grown the and built my whole system theCh Honorable: : Ueo.: A. fjurilfner. minor heir and H. V )K; ;'.
& IewL L'' tons of green manure per acre and Florida-Kopl Iwasaki. task of selecting the founda- by 179[ Florida ) the splendid health. I feel County JUdge of Uradford County Ian Ail lot lem of said. , I.

L ( ''I tha. r Q1 which according to samples tested Wed., Sept. 24-Winter Lawn tion stock. Let us consider first ing to storage Inspections duty to tell others what this ate Flurlda Dale for the an one-nlxth order to undivided sell at prlv-interest aid. B. W.Hraildock L., UradilockA. clvcvat' ,1 i .1

5 lI1 the by the Chemistry Department Grasses-Oeo. K. Kltchey.Tli the job of picking cows for the which have just been / / medicine did! for me." each of mild Minor's In and the underpinned nc "J'i I ...., .'.,
much nitrogen; as 647 : to: the following described lands ti>- will vffer for sale a HI,, ,. i
contained as i
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( and J R. Cooman
% about u PH., Sept. 25-Colds and herd. We might as well make annou.nced by J. C: 929 Myrtle wit: court house door 'In stu. I i. i-, ,J" '
pounds of nitrate of soda or rtoup In Poultry-Dr. E. F. Thom clear at the outset that there Is no nursery--inspector with Jacksonville, Fla. Canova The Southwest quarter o( theNorth..a..t on the Sib day of (i K ;,. "['I
of farm stable quarter /Section Tlilrty-' I'l.'tO! to the highest. and Ma"
average '
; 9.6 tons as. Possibilities of Florida Live- sure way of knowing how good an Plant Board. A year agents. six (36. TownHhlp Seven (7), /South for CB.h, the followlnK .>,u < TJI, ;
manure. stockmen1W, J. Shealy. I animal Is from the standpoint of 000 bulbs'were Range Twenty-two; (22) Kant, of the property, lying and being JI i !u-i"?,
J \ Deducting the green material ."' I., "'4 .'.. ''''- 011__._. ._ T.._..I growers. 11.lUX",: OF. OW.V Tallahassee Meridian, containing; 1 40 ford County Florida, to,, wit|
uc. a'-.J..ab .u L4Y" producing heirs. Tho sired Lot Two <
receiving no cows acres more or less, said land lying 2) and th' \( rti .
CSb ?, produced on the plots) stock Io'eedlng-Dr Ii. K. B. by the same bull may have four According to the Inl<[ -- and being In Bradford County Flor half of Lot Three ((3)) ,,f m, ..; ;
phosphate the 300 pounds of phosphate Becker ports 75,000,000 paper << "(" I.* Providing Funds HcrvlceTil inThis ((3) of Davis and 'Truby- AUdltS
; 1111 which will cost about $2.60 calves In four years. One mother 19rols 6th day of September A. D. to the Towi. of /Staike' 1'uWI i It., .
In Hrliool Your
16,000,000 Chinese
will have four-sons and the other ords of Uradford Count'together Klu,Id
responsible for nearly 3 tons MRS. SOPHRONIA CHES8KR with all ,J
Ii was 500,000 solell D'ors were tenument ,
toM might; possibly have four daugh- "
hereditament
nitrogen 5-fit.lO-3. Guardian
IWA, i \' of green material, containing < ; ters. In the first Instance the result ers, while several other' .. who will attend the Flor- E. 11. JOHN'S
I' ., t equivalent to that In 330 LJ1u1tL would bo most disappointing produced. College for Women this SI "5i'ilt'S.: \I.f1 K"* .,,: *"."'..
3. I,
worth FUAZKH.
; if, ; pounds of nitrate of soda. and In the other case exceedingly Federal regulations need not puzzle over where Solicitor for Complainant,

'c' nearly (9.00 or about 4.G tons fortunate. bulbs be Inspected for will bank their |money and 'TTer'>l hy nnHo. IM given' that undor. ..., ,....-'n' :
\ \ of average; stable manure. The most satisfactory test and eelworms, and after they reach, col ---------------- -- -- -- -- - ---=
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t4tna'I 300 you
1:1t: Beside the plot given can make 'In choosing cows for ful search none of the .
r i pounds ,phosphate on.. each farm found. This places college has settled this
ques
u dairy purposes is to study the records
: there was a plot given 600 pounds\ and breeding of their only large bulb by the maintenance of a stu- We can charge
ancestore your
., but the yield was only about 100 11KHT Iii 1.I.IXn1I: TIlcS and. their Individual records free of the major bulb bank In the business office III YES 8 HR
t more of green material Goodwin said.Florida the
pounds of production You should know students are provid-
: STORAGE BATTERY InSmitJz's
,t, per acre Mr. Warner said. While many folks itlilp their for Instance, what amount of milkor bulbs are of safe and convenient manner I
Each of the farms carried like broilers and other market poultry
butterfat your rows should Ity. They are find.ng a' their finances.
':' experiments with both hairy and oft alive and others just use the at a 'given age: It should produce be- on northern markets' student bank has all of the S

monantha vetch, and obtained results old-fashioned ax, the more profit- remembered that developers of placing those formerly of a regular bank with
similar to the winter able way Is probably to do the killIng he said Starke
very dairy breeds have spent hundreds : that it Is not char
pea. test. Corn Is now growing on yourself providing you do It by of years In careful selection for 'fhe.three leading bulb and does not clear with oth Garage :

all the plots, and will furnish still the approved methods.A the purpose of Increasing milk lug centers in the state kB. Fla.

> further check on the value of win modern poultry killing roomIs producton.: No matter what breed Green Cove Springs Sun on the college bank are

( N fcMM.mfi : ter cover crops and their response quite simple and easily rigged you have It Is possible to secure Jacksonville. Two Checks and mon .- -- --- --- -- -- ------- .
>'*>l l4fc 4r JIUVU Tt to phosphates. up. From the ceiling of the room judging cards which will assist Jacksonville had the be deposited in the bank
: 4Jbiu According! to Mr. Warner, and the fowl l Is put, producing over banking hours
1 suspended by the feet you In buying your stock or in de- and money
i ferec the tests unless the preceding crop at about the height of the shoulder cjdlng what animals .to keep' In bulbs. drawn out by check, as In the TELEGRAPH

: p pp. ndii3 was fertilized well last year 300 or a rack can be used for the your herd. bank.

to 400 pounds of super-phosphate purpose A strong sharp jackknife You may be familiar with cattleIn Chickens the first time In the 20

i should be applied per acre and especially can be used In the killing althougha general, but once you become a In which the bank has been

iSCano on sandy soils before special knife of a heavy piece of dairy enthusiast you will quickly House check books will be OFFERS ITS READERSTREMENDOUS
lIe May
JlJ planting winter cover crops. 1'steel about 2 Inches: long. 1In.. notice these points in the cow FIa'D this year to each students

; suggested planting the seed Just I wide, and 1-8 In. thick Is especially which Is in the full flow <. the Colds And money In the college
following
after the first good rain
made for this purpose. The milk. First a vigorous physical
*n eg September 15, Broadcast the head of the fowl Is taken In the condition brought about by care- this way the college manage-

Indicia kt* (1 phosphate and seed. Just after Inoculation left hand and the knife In the ful feeding Second, an unusual Gainesville Fla.- hopes to encourage and em-

i: on unprepared land, right hand. With the thumb and development of the udder and milk take cold just as the value and need of ev

) ,t and then disc or plat break to turn forefinger of the left hand the veins. Third, the proper develop- have to stay In wet, keeping an accurate A .. .
j; seed 2 to 4 Inches deep. ..
the mouth Is forced of her personal
open by pressure ment of the barrel In proportion to ters, poorly ventilated finances.
It apj -- and the knife Is Inserted Into the the size of the cow. roost in drafts thlll'fall of girls attending the S WHY PAY -S

c ;t'' the I Iary MTIUXiKN: IN ,Allt OVER mouth with the blade pointing to- The barrel i la that part of the ter and be made quite find the college bank In

endn LA.NU: l NIIOVI.IJ UK.: ('.\l'nUTl ward the back of the head. The animal's body between 'the fore to roup. cases a most convenient way *Iv mON

,\: U VSK1: ) FOIl CHOI- I'()( !) knife Is then forced up to the and rear ,.legs which houses (he Colds are simply a their daughters with

'.. I 4 : juncture of the head and neck large digestive organs of the cow. tarrh and is recognized A number of parents

r al or (Fly Spuds Johnson.) where the arteries come down on Thf animal that produces a large tery discharge l from the their daughter's allowances THEIR

1' d N-on.iaS ,\; "He who owns the soil owns up each side of the neck These are amount of milk must necessarily nasal passage, dullness to the student bunk,

:, to the sky,"' says an old. Juvenal. severed and the fowl bled freely. have large capacity for feed. minished appetite, lobe years since the bank has rf pvfl! .f Ti"a
; c c.eN
s tr< That means that anything of value Partially remove knife Immediately An active blood circulation is Dr. K. F. Thomas established It has proven a r Fr 2S2

ct being found In the air belongs and then force the point Into Important because the digested inarian at the Florida ": of great convenience both n yTTafcciV\ ssrr t k J,

ttc fr ..1 to the land under It. One of the the roof of the mouth, and Into I food must be distributed. A large !Station.' Birds with students and to their par-

? fsnr r: most valuable properties of the th
l r air covering every man's farm Is brain. This la a very desirable located usually Indicates large or Infested with worms ,
nitrogen. method as it causes the bird to organs.: A soft, pliable skin is a more susceptible. There Park Florida Public

1 4uh IsAi'f 'J< There are a number of different make a convulsive movement pretty sure sign of good circula- ments for the worms, Co., Installed pre-coollng -- ;

''J kinds of plant food that are required which tends to loosen the feathers tion. Clear bright. prominent lings should be culled at Ice plant here.
and feather muscles. If the brain staring another. The Larson &
;* : for plant growth. However eyes control for colds Hunt.
most of these are present in has not been properly pierced the Look also at the milk veins simply removing 'the at $50,000( grant HaveXour Choice

7 the land in sufficient! quantity. It feathers are hard to pluck and the leading from the udder, under the said. One pound of of Incorporation to deal

':z\I l Is hardly ever necessary to aaa skin Is frequently torn badly. akin, back toward an opening In per 100 hens, given In estate. Of FIVEMACAZINES

E '1 more than three foods phosphor By killing and dressing the the frame work which leads Into they will drink In a day State Power Co. se Any

: ous, potash and nitrogen. Of birds In keeping with the demands the cavity of the body. They treatment. In bad asea right-of-way between Bris' Ot 4

9' these three, nitrogen l Is most easily of the fancy market you will realIze i should be large especially when or washing the head with Blountstown to erect high

i4p '1 lost from the soil and Is one of a considerably larger Income the cow la at the height. of her tics may be advisable. line Into Bristol. And This

. i the most expensive plant foods to than by the old-fashioned meth- milking period. Roup likely to follow NewspaperIt's

f, be bought. ods. It will probably also' pay yon The udder should be carefully caused by a contagious

However, nature has provided to pay some attention to fattening examined The size may fool you. he explained. It Is & CASKETSAnd ; absolutely truat* No strings lIT'.

: us a good way to capture nitrogen the birds- before killing.; For" this A large udder does not necessarily the offensive roup odor, fiST ""1 *"*! attached to tlili eWe,. Yeu can actually

4J ,:, from, the air where It Is abundantand purpose In general you want to produce a lot of milk. If it I is practically mucous discharges from a Full Line!! of l sSaSSyf ".*. your choice| 0'f any S 0'' th.>> ..

I om free. All we have to do Is to confine them so that they can get; the same size after milkIng and nasal passages. The Supplies 'famous magazines' If' you ACT NOWI
but little exercise and precede the as before, look out. It mucous ,
0 '), net our nitrogen trap. means may accumulate The
coil It lust a triBe of' their' . 'ifiia'M : This nitrogen trap Is simple and fattening by a starvation period of an abundance of fatty tissue Instead eyes, and parts of the :\ JLE HEARSE
-- ... ,... value.. A whole year'i read'lnf/ 'for
i!: easy to set. It consists of legumi- a Don t a day. This will whet their of secreting cells which contain swell. on ....d. Te. h..t
; the ..1... at fh. loweot Father,Mother and the diddle Sterlet
milk. price
nous crops and all we have to do appetite so that they will eat and A good udder hasa The spread of roup can
.
,* tort to net It Is to plant these leguminous fatten more during the ensuing long attachment to the body. In vented by quickly .1. attention.d...ta telegraph 'rmc*9 and articles on every known tcpfcl,

NV \, crops. The little nodules ont week or two weeks. A rattan front and behind. After milking fected birds from'the Cook 'em" ova,. Select your 'favorites
i the roots of these crops then set heavy on corn la be st for fattening. It shows plenty of loose flesh. Ing and boiling or EMHAI.MEII .- -. and Mall the Coupon Today I Don't

'" to work and take nitrogen from Wet mashes are better than dry Remember a first-class dairy drinking vessels, using C. JONES worry If you already get tome of'thet.
? n Milk Is a good fattener especially cow may not have much flesh In septic in the drinking .. WmemaUni
: the air and convert It Into a form STAIIKK. FLOIUn.t .sul"... Renewals will be properlyxtended. 3B5EBC aeV*
\' It, '..' that can be used by plants. for local markets but buyers who the milking season. The most of cleaning and 1M'V; fe3n'r3"?

i so 1 There are a number of these are going to ship the birds frequently her food goes to the producing of houses. !

;si ., crops which will grow during the do not care to have them milk. She may appear thin but Treatment of ..

i ?m.' :\ winter, and we should have them milk-fattened. she will be vigorous with soft, should be similar to that

Ilutp growing on every acre possible. Starve the birds again for from healthy hair and bright eyes The mended for colds but S

: f They will not only bring nitrogen I twelve to twenty-four hours after cow that la thin In flesh because of fected birds are such a CS

from the air, but also help to keep the fattening period and before the lack of food, has exactly the : the rest of the flock that

.' what nitrogen that Is already In killing them. This Is very desirableas opposite appearance. We should treatment would be to
.;, the soil from leaching out or being It will clean out the feed from keep in mind that dairy COWl will burn them he said. AH Subscriptions Are for a Full Year
,. naturally take fat P (SMCipt ftthSadtr wA/c II lor' tool.)
washed away. the crop and intestines and the on toward the '
? ; dressed birds will end of the milking period and Starke Names of (1tipaii I Ttlih to Cake; advantage of yeS< "
n5* keep longer and MacBEln ...
.t liarnala on> I .. .."|M|.K ills !><
tjnrdt will be of better quality. Be sure when dry. This fat la needed for ed on curbs. mount !. payment tar a on* 7..' .ubicrlpllun <"
the first your paper .... .... FIE Bla.ulnc. I b..'.
y ) I, I MILITANPNARY to given them plenty of water during few weeks which follows Largo City repaints hen you iigure jnarked with .. X belew.1ae .
( : these twelve or twenty-four calving. parking lines.

: ( hours. One rule that should be followed your SncomeTox _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _-
Ifwe're011judgedbywhatwethink" . ...
: Invariably In selecting a dairy 'C a -"- -
: !i' ,, I 1/ Starke Front of store buildIng cow la to do the choosing when the e ,.. ..... ......, W- lt..n.r.n- -
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I ;;, : next to Gaiety Theatre being cow la In milk and preferablynear Sayitwith ...........y.t.. r.p.s, I.to-.t..... Tow._ ._It.t. -
ioateadofwhatwe'SAY ) the best yso. "-- to .
remodeled. .
stage of her p
milking .deq.7
... .. rj American flirr.JournalQ ...
, - u"r is -........ ,.. d noaMbald U..**
Arcadia A. O. Carnahan period. That l ia w.
j I 4 purchased when her characteristics t. -' Breeder'.
: .1 . u" I. ....... Oaiett t3 Modern IIommaklo
one-half Interest In Sloatsbarbershop. are easiest to judge. : . ,.. -- buds .
Flowers For .. .... D Capper'FarmerQ
.
s ) IWbQt.Qn.Unfrna3hinq Long experience has shown .. Q Nell Farm ntrji.JoaraalD

( : 1 Cocoa-City hall will be paint what physical characteristics in Occasions vqeh ........ L.., htmhm Tb.I'trnirly Country Turn Homo 4 ftimUtt Noedlecraftrj

I ;, :::1 there.will ed. : breeds usually Indicate high production .,- .._...._.yw Lee wfchwM. _-y .sas.ta.y. .... Q Ererrbody': .Fury. Ua... Pathfinder {Vrkly) 14 I**"**

be- ON' GOOD Stuart Lyric Theatre. Inc., For instance, the body S D Th*Farm JaanulQ O rVapl. *'*Popular MoalblyCJ

capitalized at I&.QQO granted of the dairy cow should be wedge GERTRUDE C. WALL .....It.* Garden Sport ..'. DiSH*
J (OLDJUDGEMENTI'DAY charter of Incorporation. shaped as viewe l from the front O. JoaraalQ
D nUw ma Ua.. Q.tnndwd rraltrjr
b Jacksonville Myrtle avenue Hide or top of the withers. The ANDERSON INSURANCE
; I O Goad Slari** tacMoafol Farmlaarrj
railroad ucderpass repaired at body should be deeper from the
... Phone 39 Waldo Horn Circle. ..'
r L_ jhtfl.q" Q Worn *World
cost of $30.000. j hip points to the bottom of the! - --- p STARKE. FLORIDA

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i ;;n'r ''TO .\\VHHIKV: 1H<4- Panama City .John Five Dollar a
( revenge by routing the driver and I II the lake, designed to Plant City Halns. over the 'I HTITI +
Limit! Store to occupy one- ,
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held up traffic for half an hour before "utrence of the storm disasters -I week-end and during the early KAHKSI :
I building formerly occupiedby
News of Florida in Short Paragraphs pollce'kllled it Raymond Ac- 1926 fend 1928, and also would part/ of this week which in one I ---- story
j|Il'url, the motorist, hit the reptileI maki possible a cross state water- : area in* the Southern and Eastern I I Plant City Fla., Sept. 12.Kx- Brewer' Pharmacy. .

I at Marion and Polk, streets The way from the Atlantic to tho Gulf part of the country constituted a I ten lve study of strawberry dls- Erie-It. I. Griffin & U. S. Clark fl a ),

"uake rolled around a front spring, of Mexico through Lake Okeecho- cloudburst, sent strawberry grow- I leases in planned for the coming of Qualitee Dairy Co.. of Elwood

climbed onto a fenclen and disappeared bce.: acs in considerable numbers :'nto months at the Springhead experiment I'Park, purchased dairy of }E. C. cif

LIVE STATE NEWSTOLD I under the hood, Accurt the fields for the first general selling -I station under the directionof 'Slaughter of this place for about .

hastily left and telephoned for aid. of berry 1 plants for tho coming Dr. A, N. Brooks, will for several -I $10,000.
Panama City -- Mallle MartinIs years has bad charge. of this ._
Police tried to dislodge the visitor suason. While It Is l generally - -- r a
with clubs but It crawled down becoming a bit newspaper own- understood that the bulk of the work: The study of root'systemll

the drive shaft to the rear end and er a la Hearst, The Inltnl number setting will bo done after the mid- and root diseases ban featured!

BY OUR EXCHANGES back dodging blows, before It was of the Gulf Coast News, a weekly dle of this month and during the Dr. Brooks' work He linn brought OVER WORM Eo"

finally dispatched. Assured that paper published at Panama City first half of October, a considerable out many valuable facts regarding NERVES
.. by Mr. Martin and associates, has
----- -- Plantingof
----- --- tho snake was dead Accurl grate- acreage has !been set during strawberry' diseases,

r. city--State Road No. ion, Walter J. Matherly, dean of fully thanked the officers and made its appearance' The new the current week. Growers who about four acres of berries for

)Ih I: net, Haloes City to Lakeland, the College of Commerce and drove away paper Is eight columns, and will have not set plants are putting the experimental purposes Is expectedto

f II mim, ,ompleted January 1. 1931 Journalism at the University of contain according from, four to eight pages; final l touches on their lands In start early next month.
,, q,' to advertising patronage. -
1 to representative of the Florida and regarded as one of the Fort Myers-Hob Battey, local preparation for taking advantage
,rtlng The first Issue was printed
ponold Construction company. outstanding economic authorities sportsman who wall rescued last In Mr. Martin's Washington County of any rainfall which may be Sebrlng W, II, Dutton rebuilding tz f

in. the; South, enumerated the week by searching party after he News plant at Chipley. Officesand forthcoming during/ the setting local broadcasting sta.
causes of depression and had been lost in season of the next few weeks. The
", Myers -- Tuesday October gave a for five days the plant will be Installed at Pan- it ) .
y detailed discussion of the future fastness ruins early this week materially lion
been set as the date for of the Everglades!: was ama City at an early date, Mr.
f outlook In his address, "Some adjudged insanse by benofltted( plants\ in the making aU
of the new a sanity
,umal opening Martin states' The) Gulf Coast
c bridge across the Caloosarlvei" Signs of Better Times in Florida" board of two physicians and a lay- News,; was established as part ofa and) gave runners an opportunityto WARNING. NOTICE "
i ..
for
set well before the time ..
man tonight He was ordered
here business
of leading
program!( men '
l Tampa-At least two and probably committed to the state hospital transplanting, Indications Mill YY 1
-- of West Florida to help build and \
more nominees of the'Dl'n\o- for the Incline at Chattahooihee. point t.i I the setting of what Is ex- ; \
boost the nation's future Indus-
that
ncolaAnnouncement oratlo party for county offices will The physicians said they believed pectefl) ) to be the largest acreage In
.
bei trial center This makes the third
Dales of cotton might
> have opposition In the November hU harrowing experience in the the history of the strawberry of
through Pensaoola this A'tekly, paper Mr, Martin Is Interested -
I i elections as the result of the recent Everglades had affected! his mind\. In Went Florida, the largest crop ever to be grown,
made by John L. God-
was grand jury expose, according He was In a weakened condition extensive !II'eparallol111'0 being Hcutltli. nfllc.tr*i\rja\ : tho killing ef r

nanager of the Strachan to political: announcements made when he set out on a bear hunting made locally by buyers for the RATS MICE, COCKROACHES, P TO your ears In work- d' f

u. ,ig Company, which opened today. The Jury indicted! 66 per expedition with Dill Davis, of Fort Arcadia--J.. J, Heard, county Incoming berry season. WATERBU3S AND LAND CRABS every nerve at high tension. A'r'

;q nt>re. sons for Interfering with the balloting Myers, Despite the loss of his agent, has just completed sendingthe STEARNS' ELECTRIC PASTE No wonder you snap at the wile '
applications of DeSoto county and bark at the children.
.
in the June 1ll'llI1al'les. They mind Battey has been making him bu nrocnlzoil. h.l million of |>mplduring ;
Palm Ileach Contract let to
oiivllla ..-- Senator Duncan farmers for loans from I the government ha pant 62 vwim lho |riiir' tkiller Watch out! Overworked +
range from a deputy sheriff! a city piogreus In his physical I and lllnnailurrylnff :
recovery Dudley-Murphy Construction( Co., nf tlioiw feud d.dr.ylny nerves lead to .
{
for financing( the of the may Sleeplessness
crops
that he is *
Idler i states plan- alderman, a constable and 36 election from his experience He "
was severely pwbiSold
for coming/ Hoanoti. The loans asked! for erection and painting of steel Vv.rwh..r. : Nervous Headache, Nerv '
| up to leave Washington board officials. sunburned and suffered Infected framework for new warehouse ot It fnrfii "rIII nnnrrn SI4 bus Indigestion and a host otfether
about September 16 to re- for by the farmers of this county MONET BACK IP IT FAIL disturbances. ,
\\c m 'feet.Tallahassee
local port, according to Lake unpleasant t
aggregate: $25.000 and are -
tali until some time In Novem- requested Dr. Miles'
Quincy-The crew employed i In Worth Inlet Commission 3Cervescent you try
by 74 farmers The average -
he will return here for Nervine Tablets
,'f hen removing logs, tree tops and other
nivenlng of conguleasthe firstlunday debris from Lake Taliiuln, tu the Governor Doyle loan inked In this county 1'onnucola New bridge; to Just one in a half glass of : "
In December. Ockloclinee K. Carlton left tonight for New ranges between 1276 and $300. tlpllll Perdldo! Hay will be erected HEADACHERELIEVED ".te1' makes a pleasant, sparklh11r '
river Is composed of '
( York where for the next few days The loans ere to be made from the ut cost of about $200,000.Fort drink delightfully soothing a
453 men. A large area of the luke .
he will seek a market for 12.- congressional appropriation to Pierce America's Playground to over-taxed nerves. t '
Trenton' -.DIstrlct. service head- has been cleared, and no sign of . QUICKLYHi. Dr. lilies' Nervine Is now \ '
000,000 wormof : farmers who have suffered Inc. tract of
Everglades ) purchased
I mrters for the Florida Power logs or stumps Is visible. Mr. crop This Partly V.I'."'. Pit'V'h tofada In two forms-Liquid and I' r1'
drainage district bonds. A nine losses on account of storms, floodsor 8,250 acres of land near here from
Tablet. Both have
I rporatlon systems at Trenton, Barnes states that he Is rushingthe I quickly corrects the Effervescent 14i Yi
"> million dollar federal flood con- other causes during the last two Prudential Land Co., for development !h.... digestive disturb h6 same soothing effect
[hlfflund, Hardeetown and Cross work of clearing! the lake of: ;
Tren- trol and navigation project in the years, and whose only livelihood of pleasure and recreation .?.. antes removes the intestinal $1.00 at your drug store I yA't
1n been established in all objectionable matter which 1 It
t nave Lake Okeechobee district hinges; la farming. As the farmers requesting center. poisons, and{ sick: headache'! f
with Harry Thompsan, for- may (contain and thinks Is possible -
\\,1' on the success of the governor's the loans will not be ableto Moore Haven Construction of quickly disappears. Your whole system \'
ieil of Miami, In charge. to complete the work in advance -
) tonic effect constipation -
trip because of .the proponed expenditure plant BO large\ a crop and many canal and dike progressing rapid enjoys a
of the time it watt thought vanishes and feel renewed ,, AtI
Florida must raise $2- would not be able to pint) any )ly. you
tyiincy( -This winter Is' going toy would be required vigor. Avoid bromides and dope, ,
000,000 as the state's share In the crop without help, it Is expected Tltusvllle Construction and
J r.ne one for quail hunting. ...CGainesvilleA..-- they are depressing. and harmfuL
development The project would that should the hums be granted Installation of Improvements under All Druggists 2&c and 7Ge red pkgs.CARTER'S I \,
| the early spring the ele- considerable reduction '
''I'i) in provide for high dykes around the production will be Increased In way at packing plant (ot ,Minis
have been kind to the young in potato acreage!( in FlorIda -
'iiit IIrllPIUS
northern and southern shores of this county by about 40 per cent Citrus Growem' Association,
j 'dgllnes, whlcJt are just now Is expected by M. n, Ensign.

laming to fly and look. out for assistant horticulturist with the ... W

Ihomxelves.Jacksonville. Florida Experiment!: Station. Grow- .. V ,
era! in the Hastings area are planning -

Florida's crops, consldearable diversified r .

|"th, (fruits and vegetables brought tion. They plan to plant lettuce -r/H ,' . r, V",!

across revenue of approxlmate- cucumbers cabbage, broccoli, and -:; 'f" ;' t
190,000,000 during the 1929-30 other vegetables along with the I 1If(. :'/ ., ; ',' :<,

i,aiton It is estimated by L. M.[ main potato crop. It also seems ., .'.' ;\ -'
,,'j, "
Rhodes state commissioner of that some reduction of acreage!( 11', :).
,
"
.
Markets, In his annual report. and diversification will be made In ... .. {,

the Lacrosse area, he said. .-,I

TampaSteps toward placing .
'
.
ji dependent Democratic candl- Jacksonville Florida's citrus : .\ .....r, \ ,

,111'8> In the race In opposition to crop is riding to market earlier < .. \ 1 '

(,1 the candidates for county com- than !last year, it Is indicated in '. ,! ', i" .. I ..: _ _
( ( \ \
:\.is\ ionei', as well as the candl- movement reports to the state l \ .""./"

Iite for clerk of the .criminal marketing bureau from the federal ./ J _,'
curt, have been taken. marketing specialists in Wash : I :s.
: >.'
: ; ;
D. The authorities ad
Ington C.
\ ,
'I"' \...J"I._ ) ., I. ; _
Blountatown Work state 'vised Nelll Rhodes assistant state r s
on I J ; \ I ;
.ghway No. 6 through Calhoun commissioner of markets, that a '. ';.1 LI \ \ -V ... ,..;,

aunty< Is progreHHlng with great total of fifty-seven cars of grapefruit .. t .",:..;. '
1lldH[ ). }Hard-surfacing crews, already has moved to market i ,
r "" r t ,'
I tilth began last week,, ale, mak- this season the majority during t r

I'lira good headway in completing September. As yet no oranges II \ \ / / P .

IK'' local construction. have proceeded to market In carlot ,

quantities, according to the re -i. _
OePunlak Springs Definite ports.
\V/i
: w* .
| '!'ant are now being made for the ,, i I I **

ratty" fair this fall. The fair Tallahassee-Escape of four '", "'- I ,, It" :, ,,

ales will be November 10-12, In- state prisoners 'was announced ,.. . ,, i-f. :.. \
.. .
I Waive, and In connection with the here today by officials of the state ... : ( I "''
,
>
irmlstlve Day celebration at De- prison bureau. W. C. Sword servo .

Nnlak Springs, November 11. ing a life sentence for murder rrf'"X


Pt'nsacola-The high cost of llvIf I from from the Sarasota state prison county tarot, escaped at Ral- L1i, ) ,*
' is a myth at Pensacola's City ford last night. Three convicts escaped want tie

In. The monthly'report of the from a prison camp In Wal- z ou a

ill shows meals served prisoners ton county near the town of Bruce
oiga're !
>1St exactly 8 1-2 cents each. Theellu late yesterday. They were James . ,1
"
includes meat vegetables, Allen'Thomas Martin and 'John- .

''fTee' and bread. No prisoner nie Taylor. Allen\ was serving a '1 .k .r''

fer has kicked because he didn't two-year sentence from Nassau

,t enough the jailer said county for larceny. Martin was tkatid mildew Cuut

serving a seven-year sentence from i 0
Lake City--W. C. McCormick, Dade county for robbery while h kr

'glonal director of the American armed. Taylor was serving a 10- ,

orentry association, together with year sentence from Hillsboroiigh "
} ,
complete field and office force, county for robbery, two counts. r . t yr
J 8 arrived In Lake City and eM- --I .. : .', -

ibllshed temporary headquarters Sneads-Cotton haulers who .

McCormlch: as director, has have been hauling totton from r./-; ;/ 6el//.dP

large of Georgia. Florida, Ala- here to Pensacola report that they .: ." ,: ;; ?IKf'W

ama, North and South Carolina.I have met with much difficulty In ;\ "< ":

dealing with hi-Jackers on the

'nsRcola Pensacola's new I highway. One hauler said that as ;Xi'' ;: -' .

:Illlon\ dollar Industrial plant, he was going up a hilt near Pare, ,,'.. >- 'f:- I

rmstrong-Newport company now !last week during the night, he .. r-

, n continuous operation. After heard something fall and, stopping c"nnircptig::;::: a

-factory t' test runs gigantic nat his truck and goIng around to the .. C Cs

i: are functioning' splendidly rear of the truck hA saw two men JVVWhesterfield,

"il aii: be kept busy making: the jump from the truck ant, run Into

< ,.1 ition board designedly. New- the woods. They had already
''Jrt> laboratories. thrown off one bale and were In

-- the act of throwing another off

Panama CityA large manatee when be discovered them. The

.'o row) has been caught 'in driver notified county authorities

1 't d Island Sound near Pana- and they searched the vicinity for h

I r'ty This huge denizen of the the men but did not find them.

"''p had been seen several times -

Y fishermen, but they were un- Miami Miami's youngest and .

Mt I to get close enough to catch earliest of the winter tourist con

" Old rsldents state that it is tingent came to town this morning

ie first instance on record where In the person of Jack O Young

ne has been heard of this far upi aged S. Jack traveling alone by ,
' toast bus day and night since he left MILDER

Los Angeles last Thursday, was YES-BUT SOMETHING MORE. /

TampaHllisborough county's anything but cheerful on arrival. Chesterfield offers richness, aroma, satisfying
ix l levy) was fixed today at 26 1-2 lie first had a good cry on the

"Is' \ for the fiscal year beginning shoulders of his proud and happy flavor. ? -

ext October 1, against 29 mills daddy, who met him and then refused BETTER TASTE-that's the answer; andthat's
lilt year In stubbornly to pose for news-
the county commlo-
what smokers in Chesterfield .
in full
lOn's tentative budget Issued. last paper photographers. The. young- .' get 4
"'Unt' Valuation of taxable prop- ster still had in his pocket the $10 cst measure-the flavor and aroma of mellow

ny also Vas cut $6,284,434. bill given him for incidental expenses -
F.l1al 1 adoption was set for Septem- when started his long Journey tobaccos, exa .blended and cross.blended. Q l t I

'.r ZS with no change In the prelnarr In addition be had accumu- Better taste, and milder"toot 1 -s x
" figures anticipated the lated a Number of gift toys en A: Kam, A"t
J ,
ommiseionera\sald. route. 1930.LlOClTT* IoInas Toucco Co. t K :rte y

...
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C lneiTllle = :Asserting: Tampa-A five toot king make,

a 11'1 orlda iV ta better 011 at the greet run over by a motorist In the teaeaaPca .

time than any state In the nn- downtown section last night took
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-., -- - --- their parents Dr. and Mrs J. B.Malnes tractive and appro]) ?' ..
MEKTH: nrrrrrrnr: iv Ut:<:'i RT\TY '
CHRISTIAN :SJ) \\'On Sr.. thin week. will be arranged. Si ".J"

OKFICMI/4! AMMlTMKKSOr: .* BROOKER LAKE BUTLER Road NO. 38 belweezL; Lake; Cityand much enjoyed havlm! .. '

Member of the Christian Endeavor DlMCLOS1'Rfss TO KK<: 1\1.\1\ >.: Lake Butler la. near comple ,uniform rank and ." 't'.
tu.! Peer Gainer. Cor.M.
lftci met at the home of Miss Hood Kertc: 'or. tion only lacking about two and drill. (ti .t t

(Continued from pane I,) ..
GiiHHle Mae Bennett, Tuesday evening .'. L. R Galney was transacting one-halt miles

,, with thirteen members present ed with the conspiracy were released I business In Starke last Wednevclay. Mr and Mrs. R. C. Blackman Mrs.\ John Rogers who has of been thisplnce .MILK ISI"I't<;C"I'ClIl tiq:!
the Eagle Cafe,
operating
after a preliminary hearing: -
: AI.'TI nSS BRIDGE; Plans were made for the Green when only U)
1' ; ucIxfl; MIITMRasketH: : Cove Presbytery, which meets In testimony. Tile court ruled there Miss Florene Ward of Wildwood J. B. Dowling former mar tor was In this se-

i oilier Starko Oct. 25th. had not been wnOlcleut evidence to r spent the "-ek-end hers Mr. C. S. Register of Tarpon shal ot this place, Is a visitor of inspecting the nm(
and
hA of golden rod pleualnKly After a short business'" Bemiloii hold tin) menCengston. / with friends and relatives!' Springs, IH vIsiting his sister, Mrs. Heel dick this week. ings being roost, ,n,, 'lij t'
autumn flowers were b 11. B. Kerce and Sheriff W. S. of "'
light refreshments were served ;) who Eberhardt said group cattle own<
arranged, In the home of Mrs. Edward Mr. Oscar Vault ndlngham .oGatneavllle P. E. Taylor this week 'Ir,
afternoon the hastens to those piesent. wan a stranger to him hit the Emmett Taylor, Paul Brannen wereIn, WorthIngton on augurating the slum),' '"
n, friends Messrs.
a Friday visiting
Hums
was IU
til ,' of editor on the nose as the publisher and Harold Prlester'' business last Saturday. to the Southeland '?
members Edlnfleld
when she entertained stood' In front of the court house, here last Saturday today' on buinesn. Rev. Martaln, pastor ot the i pany !In Jacksonvllli. "_"
Bridge club at IIH.\IWOHU CS'fY1'IIIHI ; In Jacksonville
tho Afternoon according to witnesses. Eberhardtthen Prof. and Mrs CT. ,S. Laird Mrs, were Methodist church has moved into ments have been con, "'"

= auction bridge.At ) i.v HMO: HTHAWIIKKRY pulled his gun and fired, the A. F. !liaulerson and Mlos Lo'la. the house of Mrs O. A. Epperson, I organization for ''J*
the final round scores \veie ,: MOVKMKNT;; : Mills Ruth Gilmore, former haillt'I I
Bengston In the transacting business where he will live until the com- milk and ,
1 1iL bullet striking Gainey were they
totaled and a prize was presenter teacher of this school, has Jut returned exp) .,
two ;- thumb It appeared as though In Gainesville last Tuesday of the ninth pletion of a new bungalow now shipments by Octobe! a"
( holding lilgh to take charge
x y '. Mrs N. Sternfoerg the for afternoon, (Continued from page 1.) Eberhardt was trying to Are a Mrs. !K. W. Brannen and daughter grade A class faire! Miss Gllmore under construction, replacing the vllllt of the Inspector , Tbl
during
d score second time when Harvell forced Pauline, and Mrs. Brannen the assist.ant old parsonage. purpose of seeing Dm/ tbt
following players enjoyed will ,be remembered as : 1?
The revenue to a total of 90000000. the gun Into the air and no fur visited the formers parents, over 'would be handled us , lltj milt
of
Mrs. 0. some back ,,
BaUd conrne: esti principal years d,
r tempting Is
a A sum of $7,000,000 our ther shots were forthcoming, witnesses the week-end. W. O. MEETING; state law, and with fir
School.Mr ( ) ,
,
A. Z. AdklnH, Union County High umipi<
L. Bea ley, Mrs. mate of rail and express .transportation. attending church m 01
ssid..Bengston those
.
Among concrete floors In ,, ,.
Mrs. N. Eddie Martaln of this place n '
J. Alderman the nik|
yi Ial" Mrs. T. charges; y within said tonight he formerly at the annual meeting at Little At the regular meeting of the sheds, the new dulrt., ,' J"1
'H. C. Wall, Mrs. was a visitor to Lake City Tues 11
Mrs.
the
the Sternberg mate, and is Included in
1 f eelj O. L. llaynes. Mrs C. A. KnU/.it./ income above. both OkalooHii and Santa Rosa Mrs A.' L. Greene and family, day night. pleasant. and Interesting ptogram state board ,!the
M. Mitchell, Mrs. S. L. Mr, J. B. McGuIrk of the Lake
heat]) Mrs. J. "The so-called strictly commercial counties Harvell. he said, falno Mrs. Caleb Mott, Mrs Millie Gain 0 was provided by the social com- --
Miss\ Edna
Mabel Weller.TWKNTIKTII City Iteparter and -
Peek and Mltm citrus crop totaled 39,485 had been a deputy there and that Miss Pearl and Vera Gainey, and '
I ;w disa'I ] I Other :, ey Crawford of Lake' City were in mittee, Sav. Andreu, Mundy Perry Old Provxv ,
r boxes. \Hh .
'fr, tab! cars or 14,214,600 (they came here together: to see C, Mell rs. Alph Hazen, O. J, Mott town Sunday night Mr. McGulrkla Bennett making 'it very pleasantfor diet church edifice '.i
r revenue citrus such as cannery Woodward state and and !Resale Colaon.A. to
C.
.
: fKVTl'ltV: game those present by playing several Waldo Springs .
: one of Lake Butler's former riA'll KVTK.UTAIXKDr : grapefruit, and that consumed locally -' fresh water fish commissioner( , A. Hazen and H. P. Galney izens. attractive selections on their of new building lloa

and not otherwise accountedfor I' about getting a Job for Harvell asa are spending this week In Okee- violin guitar and piano. Delicious 'Tallahassee
Mr. C. A Roberts and son, N. - Com' "
f ,, TURKS Increased the total revenue deputy warden. Bengston said chobee and Belle) Glade, where home made cake and ice cream for
>r. and, Mrs. E L. were E., were business visitors to Jacksonville new heating plant HI H ?
+ host and hostess to members of crop to Iff/ ,824,600 boxes. they' had been "laid off" as deputy -I Mr. Galney Is. superintending the Saturday. brought smiles of delight. College for Women, I n r irate'

f Twentieth Century Bridge club "The total value of the 1929-30 sheriff because 'ot' "hard planting of a fall crop In that sec The last feature of the program $80,000. "nom
9; the citrus was estimated by the Among! the boys of this place
evening at their home on crop times. tlon. was the singing of the W. O. W. Tampa. Constru.
new, Friday Including that! have enrolled at the U. of F., I'" '
bureau at $52,767.313, )(&1
thai?,' Walnut street rail and express Bengston said as he and Harvell I The Heilbronn boys and girls, are Messrs. N. E. Roberts, Harold songs by entire camp which was plant for Del Monte c 1111" (a "'op
$3,555,000 as
Hi where four were walking down the street he accompanied by their teachers, ; thoroughly enjoyed by all. Every
The sun, parlor within the PrIester, George Johns and Paul poratlon being: rushed o I.
i' I transportation charges saw Eberhardt, who he knew but 'Mrs. Hart, Misses Shepard, Colley Olp\\
f 5 tables wero placed for play, was Edlnfleld. Friday night from now on an at tlon.
State slightly. Walking up to the editor, and Strickland came over last '
brightened with golden glow. I -
Miss Christine and Vlora Town- ,- -
5Ptut Prizes for the evening were I "The so-called strictly commer- he said he asked: Friday" afternoon to play basket- -- -
, send were among the girls who
melons
cial of vegetables, ,
crop "Is this Mr. Eberhardt ball with our boy and girls. The
: r awarded Mrs. H. C. Wall and Mr. left for the Florida State Collegefor
the
Joe Truby for making high and to and non-citrus fruit, yielded The editor, he declared, repliedin boys game resulted in a victory Women at Tallahassee. READ THE TRUE STORY

equivalent of 44,653 cars the affirmative and swung on for Heilbronn the score being 6-4
+ dl ;ivl Mrs B. S. Carroll and Mr. F. F. Mr A. L. Rider and Clayborn
"The gross revenue from vegetables hIm with walking Then In their favor. Our girls defeated "
a cane ,
h t Stump for holding low. The hostess Driggers were visiting in Starke OP TIIKAssassination
IYhr w: served a sweet course to melons and non-citrus Bengston said, he hit EberhardtIn Heilbronn'a: girls, the score be-
last Saturday.Mr. .
fruits, la. exceedingly difficult to the face and the shooting fob ing 6-6. In favor of Brooker.
those present.
,t Avery Tyson was the guest
l estimate because of the many limiting -
MIlls Chesser who has
The placers were: Mr and Mrs.J. lowed. Josephine
i of his. mother last week-end. Mr.
xla ; l" factors Involved, and we, Bengston declined to what been spending some time In Wildwood Plot
( W. Andrews, Jr., Mr. and Mw. I say Tyson has accpeted a position with ,
r therefore, can give only a reasonably he wished with Eberhardt with friend and relatives
to ,
rA'r A'r' 'Iri F. F. Stump, Dr. and Mrs. B. S, We speak I a business", house of Jacksonville
la r Carroll, Mrs. Harold C. Wall accurate approximation. about, but that he "wanted to con- spent the week-ana here at home,
Mr. and Mrs. Rate Johns and
Mrs N. Sternberg. Mrs. O. L, place a value of $36,000,000 upon verse with him" then prolonged her visit to'Jacksonville -
the vegetable, melon, and non-cit son George were visitors to De- *
ri Tteasley, Miss Mabel Weller end Harvell was arrested for a traffic I
Land last Tuesday and Wednes Mystery
J F" fruit This sum includesan
nt Mr.. Joe Truby.. rus crop. violation by city police. The Sheriff Epperson and Deputy
i l1lJtnlvi day.
i' estimated $3,445.000 as railand officers said they found two guns Sapp were trammeling business in I II'
Mr. J. O. Grlffls and Sheriff W.
:' VISITOK 1IONOHK1)Mrs. express transportation In Harvell's car and that he told our community last Monday.
l In the'state."An S. Brannen were among,those who As Told by Fred O. Eberhardt
charges them one belonged to him and one Mt'. Leslie Green was attendingto : ..
r''Jt1L Da enjoyed a fishing party given at
ot the
ri T. n. Miissle was hostess accurate estimate to Bengston. I business in Staike last Monday Lake Fill : I III a (" >i>j'righted Story .Ipla( -ai'iug KvcIunUrlj' In H1
Wednesday night.
d
hundreds of
"net" returns to the .
Monday afternoon at her home on There, was considerable high .
Mr. K. G. Duncan and mother a
Cherry street, when she entertained marketing agencies, and shippers, feeling .here tonight over the Inci- I Mra. Millie Galney spent lust ,
bridge would involve an extended study dent. I Saturday night in Dukes with were In Jacksonville Tuesday on Florida State News
; a number of friend at a business.Mr. .
: a atP out of
and perhaps pro-
1 party honoring her guest, Mrs. II.M expense relatives .
portion to the probahje benefits of J.V, Andrews, 'Jr., of
All Brooker
Pierce. the teachers, ot the
). Center of Fort '
Staike, was in Lake Butler Tues-
such estimate. BEGINNING SUNDAY SEPT.
{ Vi Lovely pink radiance roses ands an Junior High school attended the 2130Get
"Our of vegetables, RISING day night on business.
hevP' rankings ;
ferns formed a pretty background teachers meeting in Starke Satur-

for this pleasant affair melons, and non-citrus fruits, according Mlu rlii, 111......, Car. day. Mrs. Haulerson was one of Mr. Clyde Crews, operator of the inside information on state affairs published

? "t Five progressions were* played to'value during the 1929- the speakers on the program her the Raiford former Andrews Store of in Florida's independent daily printed at the
was the guest of his
30 follows: Celery, ) par-
of which season were as subject being the value of memo-
,, at the conclusion scores Mr, David Tyson and Mr. Carl ents, Mr. and Mrs. John Crews state capital.
strawberries, tomatoes potatoes,
were added and prize! awardedthe Dobbs of Halford motored to this rizing poetry. After the meeting Wednesday night.

winners Miss Ethel Orlffln strlngbeanu watermelons, cab- section Sunday : Mrs. liaulerson and Miss Lois Dt. and Mrs. J. E. Malnes .: Read the News the State House
let Gang
and
bage cucumbers, '
,
r4' was high and Mrs. W. M. Wainwright peppers Mr and( Mrs Tom Proctor and Galney motored to Jacksonville,
dar of Gainesville, were the of06'G
4a second I\
prize. but very Important in the aggre Mr. Sponholtz' went to their cottage -
r presented a guest Mr. >nd Mrs J. E. Norman
The following guests enjoyed a gate. JVmong Citrus fruits, oranges Monday/ .: << at. Klngsley lake for the SUBSCRIPTION RATES

Mrs. N. Sternberg, ranked first, grapefruit sec- :'week-end.
salad course: Mr. and Mrs B. M. McRae

brd I Mrs C. A. Knight, Mrs. J. C. Robinson ond, and tangerines third. spent the week-end In Raiford Supt. A. .JiOrlffla, ,visited ,the Relieve a Henduvh or Nearnlgla la Months! ,--------------- $2.25

C Mrs. J, A. Saul, Mrs W. M. "The ten leading:
it a ;Wainwright! Mrs E. M. Johns, ping counties during the 1929-30 Mr. and Mrs J. D. Dobbs. Junior school several days ago d.y. and eberfco Malaria IN three 1 Year 8.00

,43* 1L Iryl Mra J. B Corpening, Mrs. H. E, season were as follows: Polk, Or- Mrs. Evelyn Crosby was visiting and reported the school doing day. COO also. in Tablets .

; Center of Fort Pierce: Miss Madge ange, Plnellas, Lake, lllllsborough relatives In Starke Sunday. nicely with an enrollement of "

. Middleton, Miss Minnie Qruber (Including boat shipments from Messrs. Arthur McRae and An- about one hundred and sixty
), Manatee, Volusiu, De- Florida State News
/ 1! and Miss Ethel Griffin. Tampa ell Norman motored to Jacksonville .
',p er ' etasdlU.a ap Soto, Erevan!, Marlon. -Saturday. Keep Cool at the

anion jlRhlG1': DINNER: "The ten leading'vepetable; Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Crosby and TAM'AIIASHKK, I'I.OIIII
M l melon and non-citrus fruit ship SAMPSON CITY
fdtnt i ir 0fs --- children spent Sunday with Mr FLORIDATHEATRE :
gave' a delightful ping counties during the 1929-30 1111. Cl 'o homim.. Cor.
r vrt ,; Mrs T. n. Mangle and Mrs. Earl Edwards at Starke. __
llfoi bridge dinner Friday evening season rank as follows: SemInole, Mr. ir. M. McRae attended the

' on* :), In honor of her husband Mr, Dade, Alachua. Manatee Palm tate association at Woodlock Our revival meeting cloned .

W r I nd P T, n., Mo Rle, the occasion being Beach, St, Johns, Broward, Mar church near Orlando last week. I Wednesday night Everyone: en- Home Vltnjihone

r trt 4 his birthday lon Sarasota and Hlllsborough Mrs. W. F, Harnage returnedto Joyed It very much. There were GAINESVILLE FLA.

r ores Potted plants and cut flowers "The fifteen leading fruit and her home In Wateroak section fifteen members that united with 11

f were tastefully arranged on the vegetable; shipping! counties during yesterday after spending! a few the church, twelve by baptism and Toward Success-
rest BeaK'on rank
veranda, where the guests were the 1929-30 as days here with Mr. and Mrs. B. M. three by letter. PROGRAMVKKK: : Sii'T.! : Ill ,

N .It 1rdur entertained. The color scheme of follows: Polk' Seminole, Orange, McRae.Mr. Mr. Lucian 'Thoma, ; Mr. Roy I II I

our ef pink and white was carried out In Manatee, Lake, Dade; Plnellas, ; and Mrs.. L. LJ Conner of Goodge and Miss' Cleo Thomas Just Adrift--- .. I
ord CuMl. Hlllsborougb, Alachua, Marlon, Today
ti'' the decorations. The guests found Vanderbilt section were visiting were visiting In Gainesville. Thurs-

J ft .,jhI. t their places at a, prettily appoint Palm Reach, St. Johns" Drowarrt, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Conner Sunday. day p, m Ramon NavarroIn .

;i ed table, centering which was' a Sarasota and Hardee.. Misses Teresa Bennett and Ed- Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Smith were Or Pull? !

qr bowl of pink radiance roses, by na Lewis spent Saturday night at visiting in Jacksonville Thursday. "CALL OF THEFLESH" a Steady

means of hand-painted Chinese Starke ,with Mrv and Mra. Arthur Miss. Lillian Fogg of Graham,

ill, place card; Following a delicious TI1EKESSA Bennett spent the week-end: with Miss Cleo
I Ia
+ y1 F e4.Ml four-course Chinese dinner, Mr, 6 Mr. Lester and Floyd Crosby Thomas WithDOROTHY '
Zrlcler, Cur.
Mlia Ilhudn
IPr Sternberg presented Mr. Masnle and Fate Brown motored to Key- Mr. J, C. Davis'and sons. Mack JOHI>.\\ and

? with ft fountain pen In behalf of stone Saturday night. : and Lewis have gone. to Orlando RISE: : AIMMtKKital : J

,' 1 the, Invited guests MUs Willie Mae Hlnson spent !Mr. Walter Underhill and B.M. for a while. .\ Laurel & Hanly Murder::

t t'N ,r. nrldge was enjoyed. during the tho,, week-end! In Hampton with McRae motored to Jackson- Mra. E. J, King! and daughter,' fuse

$ aor remainder of the evening. Prizes Miss Reba Maxwell. ville Thursday night. Novella, of Hamptftn, were visit-

k were awarded the winners. Mr. Mr, and Mrs. A. L. Dennett and Mr. and Mrs. G, W, Burney Ing friends here Sunday.Mr. Saturday"Love

tt ; r''T ub O. L Heanley! made high, Mr. C. little daughter of Starke, and Miss were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie and Mrs. Harper of Sanford

4; i, "mru. i 'A. Knight made second and Sena- Teressa Bennett of Rising spent Crawford Monday. have been visiting. several days in the Rough"With

11 tor E. M. Johns", low. The honor Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. C. Sul- A good many people of thfs sec- here this week. .

guest was presented! a gift as a livan and family, tion attended church at Wateroak Mr. and Mra. 'Jim Adklns and Robert :Montgomery .'I1JIf"Y

.. o .memento of this delightful af- Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Johns of church Sunday night. family,,Mr, and Mrs. Nlram Wynn Rubin tHoU: Nugent l lw

ds, the 'fair. Starke were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mr. J. L. Underbill at,Pine: Level and family of l ampton ware visiting 0 _

a to r Assisting Mrs. Massie were Mrs. J, J. Z lgler' and family Sunday. motored to this section Monday relatives here. Sunday afternoon MondayTuesdayFRONT + 1 '

"ryljm l ,art .; E. M. Johns Mrs. J. .A.'Saab, Mrs. Mr. 0, M.; Bennett Mrs. Henderson night. ) ,, .' e arT

n+ f ?;or A. Z. Adkins' and Mrs Edward:: and children Muse Ruth Ben Mr.''L.. C.,Ward of Lake Butler Mrs. E.. M. Ooqdge t { was calledto 4 .

4 Jelks of Jacksonville nett and Mr. Jake Bennett of Jas- passed through this section Mon Gainesville for'a few days to
There Is'a certain'school) of thoughtwhich
.
tonearls Mr. and Mrs. C. I
}" Invited to be with Mr. Masele per are visiting day. I II see her nephew. Oran Harper whoIs

.' as were: Mr C. A. Knight. ,Mr. 0. Sullivan and family here this I Mlsa Thelma Underbill of, Pine In the, hospital,"and, Is said to says "Eat, drink and be mer-

+ tier i iysi 11" Kirk Lewis, Mr. N. Sternberg. week: I Level section was visiting Miss. be Improving very slowly. ry for tomorrow we die." But.when
.
fr gO +t Mr. O. L. Dea ley, Mr. J. C. Robinson Misses Tbelma and Hilda Sul- I Iris McRae Saturday afternoon. ': that hapless morrow comes the insouciant -
i Mr. L. livan entertained at their home Remember B Y. e. U. every' l

alF Il0t U r 1 1S ; !U Mitchell, Mr. D.?, Judge A. Montleth.A. Z. Adklns. Saturday evening with a social. A Sunday. night and prayer meeting ........................... I philosopher money',spent,

'S ,, {+ ,, Senator E. M. Johns, Mr. H. C. large number of Jolly young peo- on Wednesday night. : Bootse" Beach : rather wishes he had been a little

Wall, Mr, J. A. Saul and Dr. Ed- ple were present and enjoyed the .. less "merry" and a l liTtle more saw

ward Jelks of Jacksonville.ISTKUMKIHATK games and refreshments. ........................
Miss Ruth Bennett of Jasper MRS. JOHN I', sup V IV i ing.
Cecil Crawford
Mr. and Mrs.
t -
tk Mla
..' a A'a ;MEET: : spent Tuesday night with
: (I.
:
i -wit Ruth Fender. Tho many friends of Mr. and and Mr, A. J, Yarbrough spent. the dclt'C1 l I'ometly and Sound Sews The hand-to-mouth life is mere

the -- Mra. John P. Sapp will regret to week-end In Union county. ._
tot '
0
Earlton It is
net nt The Intermediate O. A.'s met at Mr. John Halt was drifting. only consistent sawing
learn of her death Sunday night, Mra. J. L>. Gasklna and Mrs. L. Wednesday"SINS
\
Mra.M.
and .
1 the home of Mrs. W. J. Epperson visiting his parents Mr. Murrhee visitors to : that pulls)) you toward your goalin
M. were
a Hall 7th. at the age; of 74 years. Mrs.
Monday afternoon with five members Tuesday, OF THECHILDREN"
Ill Wldsjr atternooa.Mr. life. "Pick
Starke last oars"
Mr. J. J, Zeigler was a business Sapp had been In poor health for up your by opening -
present. more than a year. She was a mem : and Mrs7: Cecil Crawford ,I an account with
the visitor to Starke Wednesday.Mr. us.
of
the observance
Plans for
; rlrj and Mr R. N. Crawford were rla- I
Thomas and ber' of the New Congregational
and Mrs. A. With
week of, prayer in October were Starke Saturday morning.! '
Mildred of Gainesville, Methodist church and a Christian Itors to lUlUKRT MONTGOMERY
: daughter, ,
: '6 'at 1 4 w made. W M. Reddish are
Mra.
woman of most noble and selfsacsrificing Mr and
Mrs. Hall an.II.II.\: HYAM3A : :\
Mr. and M. COMPOUND INTEREST
)' I At the close of the meeting were visiting the of a ten pound 4 PER CENT
character. It was thewriter's proud parents
afternoon. ilileil-Comedy, Art and
Sunday
1t Mrs. Epperson assisted by Miss I
iSth.:
M. Bender returned to i privilege and pleasure to son born Sept. Hound News
/ Brownlee and Miss Lulu Mr. W.
J; t :, Mary Itedgraves served refreshments.Lake his home at Earlton Tuesday afterrhaving I have known Mrs Sapp for many Mr. E. 8. Matthews of Starkervisited afternoon. .
She is survived her husband R. N. Crawford Sunday
t spent a few days with his years. by Thursday.FridayDorothy
Plans under cousin Earl Zelgler. four sons, five daughters, "' BANK OF STARKEAN
City way and
W. Rosier MnckaillRKGVLAR
r a number of grandchildren, and Mr. and Mrs. E.
to construct two-story $ (25OOO
other relatives and friends. children of Jacksonville spent Sunday In'RIGHT
post office building at corner of Melbourne Building permits many ... Jean HONOR
of M. ROLL BANKE.
the home
Orange and Ilernando streets totaling, $23,593 *Usued by city Burial service was conducted at here at LIGHTS'

during first seven months of 1930: Sapp cemetery near Raiford Tuesday Ganklna.Mr. S.
Matthews
Homestead -- Initial buildingsat Cashier
the Pres. R. J. Davis
R, are
'J. Sapp ,
new tub-tropical experiment .Inverness .-Mrs, Nina A. M eks morjrJng. ReW., S. Crews of and Mrs.

v station, two and one-half miles purchased' Martnetlo\ Beauty. Shopin Sanderson ofncf tlnc. -Maccl.n- proud parents of a son born Sept. : : rUICKH lo- Oc

north of here completed. Orange Hotel. ny Press Sept. 12th. 13th:



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BER 19, 1"10 BRADFORD ooTjirrr' STARKK. FLORIDA T.IGis FiVE + l
: mxEORArn.

,ly er1"fA:3 ------- --, ---,-____ .____.____ =---:;;-=:o .;;c - -... ..-.--.--,---- ---- ".,_____ ____ .___ _____ ._____ oom____ - ---- --- -- _u___ __ ,,11:

had been ending June 30, 1029, show government tp the end that hUe ,
I Star Brand Shoes, Men's wom Gainesville, where she year
'. I IRIDAY
.1.1I .1I.1t transformed Into 4 ,t
be
eland! children's at greatly: reduced taking up extension work. Ing a rapidly Increasing interestof acres may b

I prices Stump's' Big Sale. GRAHAM Mrs. W. P. flirt of Atacbua. Florida landowners to raise productive ai ren Eighteen forest

t & SATURDAY SPECIALS 1 1II (county visited her brother! aod (heir ureas to the highest degreeof flro towers have been er"< ted and F 1''

Miss Mona Alderman and Miss sister Mr. J. W. and Mlsa Ada timber productiveness 'many mite v* telephone line
Iu Mr and Mrs C. Q. Roberts was Nlmmo. The 1.187,983, acres now under built On each unit ranger has ) jJPw
Blanche Alderman spent Friday
$1.:>0 Millie ('III l's IOrtKnnI'"ju *". visiting, tti l.ake'Dlltll'r Sunday af returned to her protection composes 11 units, I a registered tire crew for) every i Y
44c Luke Butler. !Mrs P. B. Hunt
ternoon. broadly scattered over the .state, 20,000 to 25MOO acres. paid only I'
Po,,'iU'innd I'lii- after a
L,' .ol --- home hero last Sunday
89c Mr Tmmle Wasdlu of Waldo, and averages slightly more than when railed out to fight! lire
con Colj's IVifumi'$1.OO visit with frlen.and!. relatives in
Miss Rosalind Jacobs left Sunday -
?;llulllb'-. DUneral was here SuudaMlnHt'B > 100,000 acres per unit Within -----------
79c .
,1.00 __ __ l Golden IVarinkUlfiuh "7 On !: for Tallahassee where she' Novella King, Cleo St. Petersburg and Tampa.Mr. and these units, some 60 landownersare State Road No. 17 from Ilninfsl"v!
.
and Mrs II. Ilaynes
l1)tb I) ;) Cream ___ I DC will enter the Florida Slate Col- Thomas and Lucian Thomas were who have cooperating with the Florida City to Lakeland, will be completed 1
daughter Miss Martha,
1nbbilg 39c lege for Women'Eugene here Sunday aftvrupon., Forest Service: and the Federal. January 1, 1931. 'i ; '
__ . fake IniM. .l of Sturke. been visiting Mr. Haynes1 parents '
Ir, |,oliol Two | rte 25c Mr. Eugene; Turner - -- 7.
ztloa, ('"tile Nags _____ L. Matthews left Wednesday was here Saturday 'nttht.! 11and Mrs. O. Hnynes returnedto
,h, Mplabl's 9111k of 39c for New York City, wherehe Mr. and Mrs. J""I'f-r" Brown and their home at Winter Haven xi

n.. lutaualu ________ it: c LUU'lllKi Tooth 19c will enter the School of Journalism Miss\ Adefay Dyal of Sampson were last Sunday 1Rev. ?.

f th; ,I.te , ____ ____, at Columbia University! dinner guests of.Mr. and Mrs A. Dixon will pr ach'at the i j 4
Christian church next Sunday
t tb, '-ac I0. Brown Sunday.. : There is old saying that itNel'er
.
5(> iINlsall'ell/vo an
,19 I den Loo| M.M ? cIHtool.Pepxixlent Mrs. J, L. Latimer of Wllm'ng-! Misses Jennnette and Ida May morning and evening
loih-nt tootli Mrs. F.. L. Oglesby and children,
ton. Del. left Monday for her
39 ,
Tbtthl LIT fwllfoi-nl* Sjrup of C Johns. Mr. Vasco Forsyth, Till-
AQQ puootl', cudl __ ----- home after a visit. with her brother who have been visiting friends x
Alvarez of Starke here
t ____ .. man were
11t| ,' -- Mr. E. II Smith. and relatives in North Carolina, gets so bad it couldn'tlie
afternoon.
11111IbJ t ERE:K: New Gillette ltn/.or Sunday
returned to her home here last
t '1.01), ) 111ne 7gcninlul of bliss Gertie Johnson and brother
Q OJ __ _.*, mid Ithulf with purcluiHO Mrs. O. J. Griffin, Mrs A. Z. Fred, were in Starke Saturday Monday.

ilnlell one ube PuIiiiolU n C AdkIns, Mi's. O. L. Beasley and !Mr. A. S. Brown and A. Padgettwere Mr. and Mrs John 'Napier of

1 1t ''aCM Hlm\liiK ('...-..01 -_ vJlf7.1c Mrs. C. C. lloptie motored to Jacksonville transacting business in Jacksonville Orlando, visited Mrs, Napier's worse.

tbe Lv Shu Milk ___ Monday for the day. Friday and Saturday. parents' Mr. and Mrs. W. N.

ValueStMtlonrry 39c Mr. and Mrs. Claude Saunders Drowi| last Sunday
__ I
.SO Uiu-ol ______ UOUI Mr. and Mrs R. F. Demorest and .son. Tommie Pauline and Mrs. C. H. Priest and children,
after several months absence In of Starke, were the guests of Lots of people are crying hard times and still getting their
S3::: r Tube I. I). I., Toroth Paste Rich Dells' left Saturday night'forPlant '

thau I el< < SS _- $1.79 ).'IU:': with I purcliatw of Sac Virginia home and Friday West Virginia. returned City, where they will vlalt and Hay Mrs Colley F. M. Taylor of this Hev'l three' squares a day as before. Of course I am not trying to

for a while, before going to Lake
1101 49c ally l)1k' TIM>IU UrllshU"lul8r ? ; spending ti few days with friends create the Impression that there la a boom on but what I am
_._ Wales, where they will make their
for (UK' Sill Ih'llIItll' mc New "tl" Mr. E. W. 'Elliott of Palatka, home for a while ,. I and relatives here this week.. 1 driving at Is the fact that as long asv* are !getting: three
.ltk'' Nildroot1'ave 39c 39e secretary' of the Florida KetnGrocers' The P. T. A. ,of the Hampton
tau _ ____ CilllcUn. Razor ItliuloxTlieso Mr. and Mrs. Claude Brown and kind! of mess along
sit. Association, was a bus .I children; of Sampson/ were here I public school held Its first meet-' squares and a good place to sleep we can .

0111w r<- luc Nl prlc-en are for cash only ness visitor to Starke Tuesday. Frlday< nftarnnou. hilt_n" this. _year n__ lust_ __, Friday. Sontum- until things pick up where we ran drive up and buy five gal-
ber the 12th for the of
PIIONH KM( )-UK DHLIVKU Quite a large crowd enjoyed a purpose still have little left In the old bill fold. Everything
Ions of gas and a
'oe Walter Bethea of Lake City, peanut boiling on Sampson lake electing annual officers The elected '

;tie state tag Inspector, was in Stark Tuesday night. Those that enjoyed were us follows: President, Is getting cheaper now, even hair cuts have come down } 1

for several days this week on of. Mrs. H. I). May; vice-president,
PHARMACY this occasion' were: Misses Irene less the cost of
CANOVA to a quarter. Even: If we are making money,
flclal business. Lamb, Thelma Brown, Lllliai Itoy Dicks; treasurer Miss Willie
living Is less and as Amos and Andy would say, "Das sumpln",
Fogg, Uel.tle Jnhnaon, Novella May IlliiHon. The P, T. A. work { "+

"ALWAYH REL1ARLF.'rI'rescrlptlon l'roniit, ncounUc Service Mrs.) Nell H. Rampley Mrs, C. King and Cleo Thomas; MexsraAlph last year was quite a success and Of course taxes are Mill\ high but the politicians have ,got" to a

PliarnuMlsts W. Denny and daughter, Margaret, Hazen. Hubert Drown Lacy the outlook for another successful live, and if we cut takes some of those boys would be out of

and Miss Hazel Klckllter left Rigdon, Gene Turner, Johnnie year's work looks very promising.The :. a Job, which would make It mighty! hard on them as shaking M '
Thursday for Avon Park public school is progressingvery ; :
- _. -- Hagan. Lucian Thomas, Fred hands Is the; only thing they know. Some of them could go; to
nicely under the able man
Johnson, Frank Harrison. All reported -
Senator E. M. Johns was I III a nice time. agement of Prof. L. It Futch as Spain and get jobs as bull fighter, having practiced throwing

Lake City and Macclenny Wednesday Miss Onle May Smith of Galnesvlllo principal, and his corps of efficient (\ the bull In thin country for a good many years.

and Thursday'! on legal mat was here for the day Sunday teachers as follows; First assistant

ters. .. Roy Dicks second assistant '. .
Bits: of -- -- - --- -- C ni In and
!Miss Willie May Illnson; I ': :: (ske n look nt :
JUUXNroKKllAMPl.KYFuneral r4
:
.
Mrs. Josephine Edwards" has re- third assistant, Miss Reha Maxwell our e'rork.l new. 'nil.... P '("
-- _
-
turned from a visit' In Jackson 1 and !Mrs. I... II. Fulch In 91.00.STERNBERG'S .III .- .....
vllle and Is ot the home of her } services were held I In) charge of the primary department.IMlti : prl *> l Ml :.h. 1 1'11
J..ocal NevOur Starke Tuesday, for Julian Coke :: : : innlltr .. '
son, Mr. Joe Kdwards.( Kampley of Avon Park who died -- .<,!. nt a15,0)5. "'
::.\HK1I! : AllKA: 1oIl'UO'n'TEU l
suddenly at his homd Filday. The TIM: M\V: OLI.I 1.. 1"I IoIIIII'I'! : is: m.itr.: : TOO twa7r
People Business and Col. and Mrs. 'J. L. Frazee returned : FKOM: KIHKM:
from
Concerning Thursday after a week services were conducted the
-
and Town. Methodist church Dr. G. P. Hay\
of the
Progress County visit with Mr. and Mrs O. P. Like The area under organized forest
niond. pastor of the Baptist
Ins at Atlantic Beach fire protection In cooperationwith
'
.r
church oflirlatlng. COIIIPr1NY'
__ _______ ..ln the landowners and )Federal STEAM PRESSING
.l5 '> 52525Z5252525252.Ir25Z5ZS' c Selwyn Ives of Lake City .Len. Mr. Kampley was born tiCainesvllle government has almost! doubled SUITS CLEANED' PRESSED AND RESHAPED w

,
and til
WK.\THKIl RKI'ORTeek : Col. and Mrs J. L. Frazee nard Prldgen of Gainesville and Ga. was yearsof during the past year according to :

were In Gainesville\ Tuesday. Nolan Canova, Jr., of Waldo were age lie received his education statistic.jiint. released by the 1o'lor.1 J. Frank Thoman-Phone 52 '
iu the school
public at
\ ending September 16,, guests of Paul Knight Friday. Carnesvllle ida Forest Service.A --
later attended the University of MAGNOLIA
TRY THE FISH MARKETFOR
lo I by Starke branch U. S. Fpr- L. II. Hill of Lawtey, was a, total acreage of 1,187,963

Service. business visitor here Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzo Green attended South Georgia Carolina.and Clemnon For ten College he In acres are now receiving organized ALL YOUR SEA FOOD WANTS. WILL CARRY FULL I ;I,;

Data Max. Mln 1'reclp. the opening of the South-. was connected In a business years way protection as compared with 670- LINE OF FISH; SHRIMP, & OYSTERS CALL ST. j1 ysw

t. 11) 90 73 ,29 Store full of bargains In Stump'sBig land Dairy Products Co., In Jacksonville with Clemson College) ; 285 acres for the previous fiscal v
94 71 ,03t Wednesday. ,
t.U Sale. I In 1922! he came to Florida, -
13 92 71 ,54t.
where he
entered the wholesale
U 92 72 .43 Gerald Middleton of Macon, Ga.,
t. Hon. Edwin Larsen of Keystone grain business.! For the past two
with his
1.15 93 12 T. spent the week-end par
Heights, was In Starke Tuesday Middle years he had traveled for feed con-
/I. 11 93 71 .03 oats Dr. and Mrs. W. E.
1.11 72' '=- . . ton % r carne He was married Jan. 1. SPECIALSFRIDAY

tai rainfall for,week 1.32 In. Mrs. R. J., Davis, Miss Alice 1926 to Mrs. Nelle Hamrlck

Fernandez and Mr. John Powell Dr. ,and Mrs. C, J, Whltaker of Hughes of Stark lie Is survivedby

Auto tops, cushions and ,.cushi were In Jacksonville Monday. the State Farm, were guests of his wife and three brothers i'1 n
28ttJMro Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Mlddleton Sat- Interment was In Crosby cemetery.

covers M. Leviton. Mrs. H. ,V. Simpson and daughter urday The pallbearers were G. AND SATURDAY'New

W. Alderman A. S. Crews, O. W,,
of Gainesville, were
Mary
R. o. Daniel l of Sarasota.Jvlsiiing '
relatives in Starke. visitors In Starke Thursday. Miss Mary Francis Elliott of White. D. B. Knight: W. J. Epper

Lakeland enroute to Washington, son, J. M. Mitchell\ and C, A.
sale spent Monday and Tuesday with Knight' Red RipeTOMATOES Kin gan'8 National Biscuit
the
Everything In store on
Mrs. J. E. Corpenlng. Those out off town attendingthe Full CreamCHEESE
at Stump's Big Sale. funeral were; 'M r. and Mrs. ,

ENr A WORD .! Among those entering the University C. W. Denny and daughter Mar- Fancy Cookies

Mrs. G. G. Arendell of Rt. Augustine of Florida from Starke gar: ,t of Savannah. Ga., Mr and No. 2 Size fiG yJs

Is 'the guest of Dr. and Mrs. T W. Oliver of
Ga.
Sylvanla
,
COLUMN this week were: William Duncan
Mm. O L. Ilaynes. Wesley Stearns, Elmer McMillan, Mrs.'Mllllre(1( S. Hamrlck and Mrs 3for25cE.YTRA Pound25c Pound Bag30cMaxiiell

III' HENT-Furnished apart- Paul Knight and Junior McDonald S. C. HiityheMoii of Jacksonville\ I,I r'
I Intents, price reasonable. J. F.Kickliter State's Attorney and Mrs. II. V. Mi, Blythe and Mr. Stevenson of

7-26-tf. Knight were In Jacksonville Sat. Teachers' examination was con- Sebrliig. ') "'

urday. ducted at the court house Thursday SPECIAL it.1!
,ciIANOE--Second hand piano of Schools ('.\lCU or dir.\i s

I'or cattle hogs or chickens or Mrs. E. L. Middleton and daugh. Grlfllx by, seven Superintendent white and four colored -. T"'T'T:7'I : I Flour_ 6 25c I I

|that have you. H. J. Cox, Law-* ter Marjorie Sue, spent Saturday teachers attending. wish to thank.,mJ: friend? for Pillsbury r r 1. r r pounds, t' #

fey Fla. x It here wlhrelativea.. their wonderful thoughtfulness .

It SALE-One No. 1 mule, one I Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dozier and and kindness to rue -In' my great ;,
Mrs. \V, M. Struth and Miss of Jacksonville and Mr syrrow.
I Cole Planter, six head of pigs, Mrs. King Reliable Brand Pure Cane HouseCOFFEE
Leah Struth returned Wednesdayafter Mrs. Nt|lie H. Rampley,
and Mrs. Leonard Dozier of Savannah
lall ,
bargain. J. L. Fleming
at
I II a a visit In Plant City. were guests of Mr. and Peanut Butter
II II I |Raiford, Fla. It RESTAURANT: IIOTICI; Sugar
I Mrs. R. J, Davis Sunday.
I 'It SALE:-Missionary strawberry See the $1.60 Humming Bird KKKM:' I>UH: OCTODER: 1 dW '

plants, Improved northern Hose reduced to 98c In Stump's I Miss Pearl Jordan Miss Menu
! In order that Inspection licenses Pound jar19c 10 Pound-----33c
itock. Fresh from nursery 1'. Big Sale.. Alderman and Miss Blanche Alderman pounds - SOC1
might be produced October 1
I II A. Johanson, Starke, Fla. spent the week end at by ,
II I Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Edwards the beginning of the license year, : i
I 8-22-Bt Atlantic Beach the guests of Mr. 'i'p ;;
I of Jacksonville spent the week and Mrs S. S. Williams. eleven extra girls; are busily typIng :
i ILLKS: FOR SALE-Fine pairof with relatives., in the office of Ben H, Hos- EXTRA SPECIAL ,r

I mules well mated work anywhere Congressman R. A, Green was taln, hotel commlxsloner. The girls I I 1

, In excellent condition.Can JM G. Boyd of Oak Hill, spent in Gainesville Monday. He was are preparing and listing' notices Pillsbury Flour 12 53c t
I - - - - - pounds r
be seen at J, M. Brownlee the week-end visiting Mr, and Mrs.I. accompanied by his nephew, and application blanks to be sent :

place. 9-19-41. J. Reddish and family George JOhn,/ of Lake Butler, to the 16,000 hotel! restaurant,

who entered the law school at the boardIng house, and apartment

UK SALK-40 acre farm. Small Miss Hilda Sullivan was a business University of Florida.' house owners In 'the state.A Medium GRITSor Rest GradeCompound Silver Skin 1
house In
buildings
other out cent
visitor here Wednesday after. fifty per penalty Is add-
W'ateroak section. $400.00 cashor ed to the fee If,1t l, not paid withIn 4
noon. Mr. and Mra George Whit* mo Lard ONIONS3pounds15c
terms. Nora Bias, Starke. 9- Monday'and fifteen days frdto the date It is 'Water Ground Meal
tored to Tallahassee
19.2t Stump's Big Sale will run until were accompanied by Miss Mona due, the' law states. Every person

|OR KENT-A nice apartment Sept. ISthv Be sure to get your Alderman and Miss Rosalind Ja firm or 'corporation' operating a 6 pounds 25c 2 I
hotel apartment 'house, restaurant - pounds23c
furnished with place for car, share of the bargains.Mr. cobs. Miss Alderman Is a memo

and all bills paid for fifteen ber of the faculty at F. S. C. W. lunch or sandwich counteror
Mrs. T, W. Oliver and any building or structure where I, '
dollars per month. Come and and and Miss Jacobs a student 14EXTRA. .' '

,lee it.v.. E. Daugherty. Cher- Mr. C. W. Denny returned to'Savannah 1 rooms' or meals are tarnished for .SPECIAL !_: ii'' 1'_ _
street 912tf. Tuesday. pay or transient or permanent I
HOTKL: COVNTntVTIOX IV guests must Die the correct address '

'of Winter Al'Gl'HT OVER .IIUOO.OOO and description and apply I Flour I '' .
Mr. Colley Pillsbury 24
WANT Drayton
A MAN-If you are between - - - - pounds $1.05 jf
.
for license
willing! 25 to and build 55,a own real an, paying auto relatives.Haven, spent the week-end with Signs,of coming--fall activity In commission.Inspection from the hotel : .,.i,>!,",,

construction and additions to hotels -
business of your own by selling
house to house, 'a line i>'f guaranteed Mr. and Mrs C. C. Hoppe of and restaurants throughout Fruittu Nut Rosedale TinsCAMELS 1
of Mr. and the state Is evidenced from the
everyday necessities Including Tampa, were guests HAMPTON y

home remedies toilet, Mrs!I. O. L. Beasley this week. fact that $j IP lT,560 in the building state hotel permits .. A.. J'l1' _., c... SpreadNuts
1 _ were Issued by
-H
articles MMMM WMM Peaches
stock and poultry prep-
arations in home county, I We wish to thank the public formaking commission during August, according and Fruit12oz.Jar25c
your our sale a big success. to the monthly report Issued J. A. Jude representative for 50 Cigarettes to tin a'

expert-ace by Ben II. Bostaln, hotel the Florida Times-Union, was
unnecessary as we Fred F. Stump. ] Can 21c Per Tin
Large
Jon free. A permanent profitable commissioner.In transacting business here .this - - 29c
district{ the two week.
business Mrs H. E. Carter and son of this per-
Garrett makes 150 or
of mils Issued went for construction Mrs. J. M. Maxwell and daughter -
the guests
more Fort Pierce were
\ weekly. Cash plan orcredit Mrs. T. B. Massie this week.. In Pensacolar amounting to $1,700, MUs Reba. and Miss Ada Ntmmo. -
with security. Exclusive The greatest activity is shown In have recently had as their

territory Insures hustlers $1500 of the southwest district with a to- guests, Miss Louise and Mary 6i- r
to $5,000 Mrs. Llllle S. Lewis ti
Paying per *year. This big Va., arrived Friday and Roanoke'j tal of $51,200 of permit l Issued Speaker and their brother Frank SrnPJ-
vacancy must be filled and Mr all of
at her daughter. Mrs J. C, eight restaurant and two apart plaker.. *< Bhoalts.
once.
**", Tell me all about your- ...... I ment bouses bring that of the acksonvlll vMra. ,

.rIte Your age and occupation. Mrs. H. A. Bishop and Mrs. O. southeast district to $U.OOOIThe Bishop of Jacksonville\ vl...- Where Satisfaction Is_a Certainty r
at once to T. 'J. Terrell,
field In Jacksonville Sat' central district..received $20.400, Ited here this week., while on her __
IC, Lewis wer -
*" organizer 241 North St., and the 'northoart, $1,850. eturn from the University alWNtNItb"q'l
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1:' - - '- : =, ,- ': ;: pursue the steps ot .Him I love." -:::=- i of channel! harbor City 'IQJPt'((111'.

Ii I Ii J :: 'J<--;'/ :;: September 2:1: 1IMO: Leesburg Ial'( '(! ...
: : .tfltA Labor to Live--Let us !labou -v tabllsh lrolhnr i
i1. ;; : 4d uptown ifi.,

;!IT. I M: ? ; 'I I 1pl!I hj.. -,; 'I.,'I{ d- lest therefore any man to enter fall after Into that the sam rest, Main vacated street by A>'Bm 1 "Md"oot,(

"
Il ;fi' ..." example of unbelief.-Heb. 4 : 11 Olustee -. J. nIl
Prayer: "Lord, help us to workout 1 Hole"

I !f1 1 Thy word is a lamp onto my feet. and i I light unto my path.-Psalm 119105.: our own salvation with" The ber her Co.shed, dry being kiln,? ,,,lOll,,,;", ''alhh' 4

4 All religious teaching. doctrine or In our fear and trembling. astrous fire lfte'' <]
+l llrllnrd.nluf Jt rzuiz "NI'I4 l \.f. creed, if they are to have any claimI ode to be .
rec ,
Mtlou \
I pon the love, loyalty and devotion of the people must be in harmony with The; Mighty Word--The word of of state 'J ooh,,,>]
1 the teachings of Jesus the Christ whose words fit Into every fold and crevice God Is quick, and powerful, am road", tilt
ll'iI of the human heart) and of whom it was said in John 7:40: ,"NEVER MAN sharper than any two-edged sword, E list I a and Mt o., ,' tag'r
.111' 5PAKE LIKE THIS MAN." piercing even to the dividing asunder and Mt. Dora

_ ih1 \VKIKI: : HIKMONKTTK'IllJut : : "0 Lord, take my life from of soul and spirit, and of Plant City "-ahoord
4' Lf ; \;' me for It Is better for me to die the points and marrow, and Is i idlscerner a '' tr Line railway cons' ?,? ae :'.

; ,' I IK* light 01 I lie \Voilil than to live." The Lord answerer' at the thoughts and intents i ter tank on south 'flu It iL'l

f 1, *' John 0:5.: Jesus said: I am the "])ost thou well to be angry?" of the heart.--Heb. 4: 12. I I Ii Iv I . water creek, abou ,R1 !

light ot the world. Jonah still angry went Player"Search: me, O God and north ot heie III
..t', and bull thoughts, Try me and know Miami Brach!
John 12:4047.: I am come I i a to the edge of the city try my RllllcthlC

*- 1 :} light Into the world, that whosoever a booth to st! under and "see wha my ways And lead me in the N mlt issued! to L t t .'?)??;! ,,
?* uIII at the city." Tin everlasting." construction of M
would become
15 belle vet li on me should not way Yc agar meal, bo
; abide I In darkness 47. And If and; sun and wind were exceedingly ho 101"1)1| l-inlM-r 23, JIKto and garage at Thir 5"reml'

man hear my words, and believe< and "God prepared a gourd, am Cod Sees-Neither Is' there anycreature and Indian Creek '>1"1',' (
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not, I judge him not: for I rami made it to come up over Jonah that Is not manifest\ r r. 91.- $30,000.y (

$1ar' not to Judge the I. world, but t to save that It might be a shadow over him his sight; but all things are naked '

t' the world head.! !So' Jonah was ex'e"dlnFlyItad ;!] and opened! unto the eyes (\\t him

d'l Prayer: We rejoice to know, 0 ] of the gourd, nut God! pre with whom we have to do."--rlleb,. HEADAGH''

Lord, that in Thee there Is no pared a worm and It smote the 4:13.:
r1 :, heat darkness] at all. gourd that It withered." "And PrayervO: Thou all seeing!;! One,, iAr rI RELIEVED
711"
t.. dfsatAbl Why should you glorify] Cods!? when the sun heat upon the head so keep us !b>/ Thy )power that we CARTERS Thu Pur Iay IayU1CQ

r, '' ,! Answer, read- Matt,. G:24.: of Jonah, that he fainted and wished may constantly rejoice. in Thy rrnr \
,
,6t eM f ( In himself to'dle" The Lord knowledge of us. I ills quickly!
Idh'' I I dig; 3tive ditto
1 said to Jonah, "Thou hast had pity I I kll anees :

rV'l' t" -- I I on the gourd! * And should not'I 1 J'UJ.SII'TJoJtI.Servlcell : : .\N kllII II teBtinal poisons, and removeslh sick h e !

\ Sf.VUVV SCHOOL spare Nineveh, that great city,,, I quic1y isappears. Yourwhotr!
K LESSON;: wherein are mare than six score 21,1 tern enjoys a tonic effect, con, .
1 1tlr Sunday September ,
I dls- ttonvanishesandyou feels
thousand persons that cannot renrt
-D __ as follows:: vigor. Avoid bromides and
nwthat ''ti rein between their light hand and 10 a. m. Sunday school, J. M. they tan depressing and !
haw
i : sirTiMiLii: :: 21 I, 10:10: their left" hand; and also much Truby, supt. \ All Druggists 25c and 7Gc ltdCARTERS !'

cattle 11 a, Morning\ Worship, sermon uluy ;
The flook of Should not strangers and enemies Erin
Subject: Jonah -
4, by the pastor, "Songs in the
Jonah have our sympathy and aid? Night."

+ Golden Text: "Of a truth I perceive 7 p. m Christian Endeavor ,

{ ; i;' that God Is no respuctor of Our Organization II t
"How Improve
'li ".\ .\ itirtLK 1U-\lHXWoI: Topic,
)persons: but in every nation he and Team Work?"
I; !; ryf yiHill t' that feareth Him, and! worketh \, v : :any? I IE4ri
foIf'IIIt'llIb'r III, 1IMO: 8 p. m. Evening Worship, ser- ,
Is accepted with
him righteousness." Arts 10:34: 35. Our CaptainFor It became mon and song.meeting Wednesday at i .., a ,
him, for whom are all things; and Prayer
Lesson Text: Jonah 3:1-5: >, 10,
I by whom are all thing In bringing. 8 p, m. I "
1 11'i 4:1-11.: A cordial Invitation to all\ our
many sons unto glory, to make thecaplan
four
Jonah has .
The book( of 'II
vices' extended all iiS
I Ber to ,
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of their salvation perfect y
48 and 1,328
ti 4 chapters verses N
r words. It Is referred' to by many I, through sufferings.-Heb. 2:10.: r' 4"j "LOO'"i -
IrayerVe: adore Thee'as our ALL 1 l\U'fISU'IUXU'I-: : < '
the foundat'on! for foreign mission 4 z:
as :
1t8ttnii LIY: LAKI: ('ILCIt'llThere t .
King And to Thee our song weHrptrmWi' eXAI z.---,
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a, tm enn sing:' .. O.lFfi's
t Jonah's work as prophet Is referred -
11.. d.Y I to in both the Old and the 20, 'HMO will be an" all\ day meet. I / hr. A.I e-t:
p With in all Ing at. Klngsley;! Lake Baptist .
New Testaments. In 2 Kings: 14-: One Us-Wherefore I I I
1 ,4 r things it behooved him to be made church Sept 21st, The Evangelistic I I I
25 are told that one of I the I
; we '
4 1 ;;: kings acted "acordlng to the word I like unto his brethren; that he i \ 1lrothe snood of Jacksonville THE SALEM HOUSE{ H-138side

' r of the Lord God of Israel which might be a merciful and faithful association will be there and have E.lltLY.ttiEli11'lN"' COTT.tGI'1TYP1'TILE that lit economical to build and attractive clearance, left, 8 feet, right,, Smile I
5'h b charge ot the afternoon services,
high priest in things pertaining to .
he spoke by the hand of his servant : ": HAI.K.M:: In appearance. The exterior 4 feet; lot frontage, minimum 38
of Amlttal, God, to make reconciliation for Rev. Hogan of Jacksonville( will I at theAche"
Jonah, the son shows the low hung roofs of feet
AYl the sins of the people. J<'or'ln that' assist In the morning services.
r. the prophet. he himself hath suffered being i Thero will be dinner on the (By Drfncanhunter, Architect, the old New England cottages Construction: Front wall of I
4 In Matt. 12:38-42: ; Matt 16:4: grounds. We are expecting two New York) while the entrance porch, the curved brick, other walls frame with stucco -
tempted, he Is able to succour
and Luke 11 : 29-32, Christ .spokeof bay window and the garden finish roof,, shingles; foundation
;
? Ga. assist in ot
n them that are tempted.-Heb. 2-: girls Waycross, to The early American cottages
Jonah and his work Trot. 17, 18. the singing; Kverbody Invited to New England: are charming In gate are details that run true to concrete; windows, double Ordinary pains- headache 1

,{ Tpwnsend Is thus quoted by Peiou4 Prayer: "Go to dark Gethsem- come. their domestic simplicitytheirquaint form. Within all Is efficient andpracttoal hung, with shutters; doors, wood and neuralgia, niuscu1 1
bet's book on these lessons, "If The combined living-
to special! details I
rt asuan recorded In the ane, Yet that feel the tempter's homelike and livable appearance Jar pains, functional paint
bum* | these Incidents Instead power" West Palm Beach Palm I has been admired for dining room and almost no hall Interiors: Floors, wood;; walls, .the headache and congested
fabrications -
book of Jonah are .
of facts then these unqualified Meptember| 21, I IIKtO: Reach Aero Club Improving local! generations. To capture this old makes for economy. Blaster; ceilings, plaster; kitchen, feeling of a cold in the I
The extra bed room on the second
s'S : references to them by ourvLonf Our Warning Take heed, airfield. quality of charm and to Incorporate composition tile; bath room, tile; head-how quickly feq!
overflow
a
floor serves as an
) imperil either his Intelligence brethren lent there be In any of Winter Haven Penlnsu'larTelephone It in a modern American Is play room or a study steam beat-, gas and electric wir disappear when you take i\\
you an evil heart of unbelief In Co. will erect,,two story the problem. To begin-we must ing.
'S t, ""Canej9e ;, or mention Ills integrity.these facts andstatement depurt'ng! from t the living God- building here. understand and appreciate the essentials Basement: Laundry, heater Cublture: 14,000 cu. ft. tablet or two of

We what must be retained etc. Complete working: plans and MILES'(1ir11lint
that not be Hen. 3:12 Lake Worth -- The Toggery -- space DR.
*,the critic-Ism you may and ridicule Prayer: "Look on me with Thy Shop is new company to operate,) -what rejected or modified-the first floor: Living-dining room, specifications of this house are

;4 tn 'Cdirt misled'which by some writers andvpeakers favor," Lord, "Vouchsafe to me general merchandise bulsness general mass and the quaint details coat closet, kitchen two bed rooms available for a nominal sum Address

t make amulnnt the book Thy grace." here can be saved but, the plan and bath. the building editor and refer -
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t w 4 1'', ors o such Hf.tilllMT| 22, Jftfio: St. Augustine Local municipal must be livable-It must show Second: floor: One bed room and to house H-131.
find
of Jonah. You will that '
'An xhol.tatlon-Exhort': one yacht pier completed plenty of windows of such size as storage space. Dr. Miles'\ 'Aspir-MInt\ is tin

p persons act without thought or are another dally, while it Is called Palmetto D. M. Courtney to Insure good light and ventilation Ceiling heights: Basement, seven Orlando Franchise granted new, stable mint-flavored tablet

those who deny the supernatural Today; lest any of you be hard- building addition to packing houseat and the rooms must be. well feet" ; first floor, eight feet; sec I, by Orange county board of commissioners that is making: people all AcVI oval
miracles the
of God and deny all the country "Smile at
; ': ? '; power ened through the deceitfulness of corner of Lemon avenue and laid put to save waste steps also olfioor!,l eight feet. to C. C. Belt and II. P.
ot Ood towork start
h the
t Grant drag
power 15e and 25c at
d4 book of sin. For we are made partakers of Seaboard railway good clear celling heights must be exposure!: : The plans as shownare Eastwood, to construct 100 foot your
miracle, and the
y feYdanS. a he freely Accepted" Christ, if we hold the beginning Bradenton Snyder Furniture arranged. The kitchen and (\he for a lot facing south or west right of way toll road from this c.

,; Jonah may In of our confidence steadfast unto Company stores In Palmetto and bath room must be the last word For a lot facing north or east the city to Cape Canaveral on East

4l'e avftr ::4 4 and becomes a valuable guide the end -.Heb. 3:13: 14 Bradentou consolidation and will In modern appointments.The 1 I plans should be reversed. Coast, to be completed within five

I, r all for) .\. foreign mission work. Prayer: "My soul rejoices to be located In Bradenton. Salem Is a compact house Lot size: House frontage 26 ft.; years,

tAav' ; The first two chapters of the ,_ ___ ._ C' _____ __ ___ .___ ._ _____ ._____._________ .. -- -,------u u.___ _.__ ._
.one f book tell of God's call to Jonah togo

J to the city Nineveh and warn By, L. F. Van Zelm
STREET"
ON MAIN ,
THING
for the people; of Jonah's refusal to THE 3MAIN\

'g s yD Seal: '! go and his effort to run away by

d ;, taking passage on a ship from foes N' fQ.iu... M,4rrMiW
; ItOora l t Joppn to Tarfthlsh In Spain, near" s DAM
i1 BU12.
h'/;, 'rd., uiW 1 .
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our e ,I' Ollbraltar; of the storm at sea and! .. ,"i'q f DORO
ca the casting! of lots to learn who PUNUINVILIE5/ : HOLY SMOkES ."a "rr. "S? "\
'1 uMtnly ABC!I TUtSOOTWIMG I 'OGST zr1'U! 1, .t
LEADING NEW5PAPCO 1 ;
of
the storm
', had sinned to cause ; 1"1"
'wyl5 iTbtau'
". Jonah's confession that he was the uerrasswnureas4ur". & BESTPLL(; PUNKINVILLLSfefe "
WILL PUT You TO: Sl.E.E.PMONTMOaENCY / ;\ GARAG ' 4"
k ause. of the storm, and( his telling IN 5 Mlt .
,';( the sailors to cant him Into the 1( TiREg do Tue 9

,:( sea; and how the Lord "prepared! IN DIFFICULTIES Q -

i,' a great fish\ to swallow up Jonah," j.VAN"Q'N&AL"QMONTMOQNC't,1iIE. r' DON'1 1 'Y
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and after three ilays. "the Lord !; WNNA 9AV -
t liPlike unto the fish... and It vomited, TOWN\ NEED DO WEll /.P/ MAIN SfREEI if NUTNIN, 8UT- 4
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; Jonah 'dry land," which W3; RLCtMTlY: WAPNtTj<< II U 1,4 \ i f i % r
: out upon \ ,
.5 BY K4C I AUM mt&1O ( f r
/ teor.d.trim' \ Involved a miracle. WE&PK:> DOG ON ii I 3 a i ,w

Today's lesson begins..., "And the A LEA'SM. n I

i word of the Lord came unto Jonah "fa MOKTMOPtnO h
lori '*>> i I Sc tY
% %; the second time, saying, Arise\ DID, BUT VEWERDAV/ ; .... >4 ,/ Ly , ;.

i 'Aar :r, go unto Nineveh, that gl'eatty\ ,, HIS PUP DOCOVEBED -r-=. M 4 Ifs r '
A NE.IXCAT/ IN TOWN.! i -
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titom ,,1 and preach unto It the preachingthat

far r l I bid thee." Nol! all who violate ': POLICE a COURT nans .y % iTr1NG5 r
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commands are given a '
God's
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: ; { WERE:! QUIET
,
i rl, second chance; yet all lire given a IN PUNKINVILLE TZ>- / *C
l y .faR .. chance to repent and ,accept andS DAY THERE \X/tR!;
+ follow Christ. NO MURDCP\ ; Rt- '
t ,, for PORT6D.DOROTHYiDARNIT. rI1M ant'
Notf'fe ."Bo Jonah arose and went untoNineveh" .
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Y. hart n By Charles McMtfnus I3AV
t'i :;i thrown," Nineveh was the caplfal .

::1 of Assyria, the powerful enemyof
1S. So 't;. all Israel "So the people of IHELLO sY MY "MAM TOLD QU1\t7 YES MAAm 1, THAT*, TOO DAD
,
; N'neveh' believed God, and proclaimed I rve NEVER 4' ME NEVER TO TI.LLANY ( BUT IT I WAS GOlMQ TOi .IT CAMS A YEAR
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n fast; and put on suck- HEARD OM ? / GOCV. 'CAU3C. I J PASSED A GIVE {Oil A AGO NEXT FRIDAY

Ito 4 ';, cloth, from the greatest of them WHAT YOUR DAY 'I THIV'LL THINK I'M HAVEN/ ) LorJQ TIME P E F151'('

u t st event to the least ct them." "And (. t3tRTHa' FISHING FOR Your h AGO .

God saw their work and repented PRESENT
4'j aa ; the evil" threatened. But DAY ex -t\., jAt i;.. 0
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this "displeased Jonah exceedingly COME91 r L ::1.7.---. -.rhrwtrtirS .-
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.; and he was very angry." Then ..v

rr;; Jonah explained to the Lord why L4n
Le
;' he had disobeyed the first command 1.

'K to go to Nineveh and warn

/ ; I It the people, "I pray thee, O Lord,
; not this my saying, when I was
b
yet lit my country Therefore I

fled before unto Tarshlsh; for I

knew that thou art a gracious God

and merciful: slow to anger, and .

,u of great kindness, and repentest
thee of the evil." Nineveh was a

{ strong and cruel enemy of Jonah's .r.

country fte had prophelaed their "
ti vt
destruction and was disappointed

at the repentance of the Ninevltes .n 4

b and at the forgiveness from the <.:. ..A ':'i- '.
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ifl\''/ I I'' ..l the r..1 l '',wIn dettorIbI lin,l.< will no t<">ldlh PARRISH TAX PL NT'6'I uniformly and equally dla That'I.OI1IJ'A thi followingmcndmi.n to -
FIRST MOM DAY IN OCTOUEV Tallahassee that I
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< I 19.10 It at
"' halnff comptroller -
!Kxtlnu; 0 of j\itl-l 'I ill f the CIIIIHIItutlon -
-
several counties
a.l ,muni1. !. tx-loib" tb (, courthouse, tJ 1 >np it PIII'I i In Iliad- i-lbuti'd among the '
,
4 of the .SI 1.IK' .r 1"I..d.. "n' lultntf -
>f Kl\..i'Ha. or H.. much thereof 1will. bo mtttxxniymi any Individual may tile\ an entry of tho state proportion to ..
to bumlH IK, ito Vii Hume 1 la
,dun fin tnx'. da t opposite the same 'lr' "ibcr( with OPEN
_...1<' ami' .udyjrtlHliijr., C. A. FUTCH, TajX Collector. HOMESTEADS for A homestead on any of the the total acreage of tile several herebv. arrogql. to and Mhall I..- sub'I
mltted to the dlertoi-H of the State at I
I referred to. It In other word. there _________
counties. .
,
lands herelnabovo the cl..'ii. rat Kl <'\I..n of lU-preftt-Mlii-.
Taxes I F 1----- --- -- I few counties. which lives to he. held In 1U.IO: for uppri.il
(I..lptl..n rr. T n A Owner :IPNINIIOnfNV 1..1: ( ItitI'M 12,<)O(),O<)(> Arrrn Would 1 ,| ) ,' from these lands Is further suggested; ; that the terms :are. very very diac'rirninited or rejection. That Maid. Section. 6

.' would nnd themselves Rhnll UH amended hii" aH to iad. AH ,
He \alluMi'\ For lloiie.StPItIIIZ. I and provisions an
n that such and conditions \
of no complaint. was made against or preferred In this nHuotion: ,I.
,>f NWH to residence fencing, and tinproement 8. The LeiflMlatnr, ** hnll I Ihave
run u COvv with respect to IlaXIIII.. It Is program. Tho bene-llts of the to :
PIOttN IDS: !' and cultivation of the power rruvtu for li--ulnf r..

1 ______ f8 8 22 L. C. flebbu _______ 7.01 A plan that would open:' for I certain that the ,cp,1\II.t1es\ and the land. do those provided totmder plan. the money accruing and from from the I Mtate lirttidM InVKMlmi only, for or suppressing tho P''L''','' In..urrtlcUII" ofrepelllnir '
of these< people
point 830 under residence I and the I'uunllt'IM 4
a -
?
home school districts! Jn which these the national homestead( net.
n' ot NW4! ofll teadlng in the neighborhood the tuxes I hey would pay upon the trlcts or Municipalities of the State!
.
''i'iI <. of Church t ,. .t. \ ,. oC 12000.000 acres of 1 Idl laud In lands are located lIVe\ In need of which entry. and proof may be established would be equitably and( uniformly of Florida shall, liaiipuwm' to l issue '

J B 104 ft South the fluids* ruined* hy: the present on the public domain of land bonds only after tho H"mt shall
\V 104 ft to Florida wan given to the Star-Ad distributed among all the haw been approved by majority of t
( 01) .
; rate of taVntfon r and that with the further
if.flCt N alongcttnbeer. average the United state, to Its vote cant In an election, In 'p
.__ 28 6 23 Mary .M. Lee ,.. ..sa....._ 4.93 vocate yesterday In a statement i they would be much better off financially Proviso that a man and wife counties' almost in proportion which a majority of the freelwlltrawho I
('n NW "rn..r4 the acreage contained within the are nuallflod residing
." \" of NWi28\ 6 22 Oeo: 11. Wellor ___ 8.U by State Senator J. J, ParrUli. The if some-means could be may be considered to be two Individuals since the reversion to In such C'ountlvs, Ulntrlets.I".r. or Municipalities H

Block 2 OrlgT '. statement was made as an answer found whereby, not only the land for the purpose of homestead counties, shall |>,urtk-U>ato to be I- -
28 6 22D.: C, Jones ._____.. __ 14,14IOftlfltAOB generally speaking Ismoro .
1 n" -------- to the continuous\ demands upon that Is now paying the taxes could entry and within the meaning the state hell, In the manner' to tib prescilbedI
but the thin
>y law) of I
\\ less the same percentageof 1..vIMlol.
: 'r/It W'IM'lnal Town. 28 6 22 A. K. Carantzai :.._ ". __..134.63 him to work out a broad plan for continue to pay but I the land of the constitution so that they or Act ..hal not apply the refunding .
HSIAo ft W vf'II adjusting the Florida tax which is the total I In nil con nties. of Issued exclusively. for the
r problem. : at. present under reversIon could each enter upon eighty acres
"Of It be expectedthat purpoHtt of of the bonds or
may
: course.
p--N. 106 W 88"': Besides serving thousandsand to state could also pay something for homstead purposes It being arranged I the ".r..rundlna of such Counties I
.
,"Vfi Call st d thousands I the owners of the present UlatrUts. or Municlnantles., I
; to of people who view
approximating the present that where such an entry .
.
OrlBK of land will cry out _ _ 1I 1-
.eg-lnnlnir large parcels
ft .------ 28 0 22 1\I 'H. Maddox _...._ .__ 0.15 present conditions us offering; no average tax per' acre. la made by man and wife the i I

.t'nWI,.:, Bt NW corner ' ; such opportunity as was offered "Since: there are apparently 110 eighty acres homeslended by eachmay against. . any. such. program.but, --... ,.. -....,. 'I A Ail JOINT AniAttrlm.nt nRSOt.UTlO.V t ,, Tropnlnl P. I

,1I walnut streets & when the west and middle went buyers for these
&, V., point Call st of 149 beprthence 'ft- were being settled It would bring I Into their present form and since it is other and form a one hundred that they have stated definitely "Florida H..lalve to Ta"alon anitFinance
'j that for the I"onIf
ni
and conclusively 11111"poaes
) N 105 ft W the state the kind of people'' obviously. that this land tract. In the event of ot Article IX.
I "5 21sV 6 22 1>. E. Knight ___ 20.69t necessary sixty-acre itt I"
I if 13? 16 ft to beg __.___ needed to which they have In mind l for 1113 ItKHOLVKO: :I BY THR M.f-13
develop unused Florida be put to some useful purpose so such an entry by a marriott. couple 11 3i,
,, .i, f t n & W'bV-: land the use of these lands. they cannot I.A'rlIH] OIl TIlL 8TATIJ OB '
.
'ft N S H bounded H agriculturally; and also provide t that taxes may be realized: trotnit the fencing provisions ate to be ,
: N hy e/'fer.. .'*t '(1'' '*. . tax possibly afford a tax per acre That amendment of t.
I revenue from lands now the following is thC
,I; Cnll st ._._ 28 6 23 Sam Uoaenber / .____ 28.18I plan suggested : the same as for a single; entry of more than lOc to 12e. They Article, IX folowln. of .
.n". 46"_ ft W of supplying no revenue to the state, "That the legislature authorizethe but the construction of one house the State of Florida to be known as

U ,I" ; of Hlock 18 Senator Parrlsh nald. attorncv-Keiieral of the state and residence thereon will: ba 1 all should not, I therefore obstruct. or Section 12 of said Article IX be, and \ _
Call st 37 ftI'g to defeat 11)l n 'W lllCh the same hereby to and
attempt
v 1C ?ftfl3lftSlU The state of Senator Parrlsh of Florida to enter suit In the that woAild be necessary to establish shall b.. submitted. to I..re"the electors of ; ct'

heI. i tl I J h..tr. __ 23 6 22 .- J. 1\[. Alvarez _______ 6234 allows In dill: name of the tale and on behalf of proof on both eighty-acre would make this hind capable of the State of Florida at the general ,

"ul lot lnS "It has been bearing a. tux approximating\ 40c eiecti.n to .held on the first lues- \
S I repeatedly brought the state for the purpose of placing claims."America. day after I the first Monday In No '
and which at the !same! .
ttV"r2.bV'brB "" out In discussions. during the lust in the state clear and free of from the time of Its an acre, vemhor, 1930 for ratification or re*

: by lot J. E.! two years that there is a large any possible claim title to all of first settlement on the Atlantic time, will work no hardship uponthe land Jecton. 12. For a period of fifteen ;

h& __n___ 28 6 22 D. E. Knight ____...:._ 55. .50 amount of laud III the state which the land now reverted to the state seaboard until the present has proposed owners of the years from the beginning of operation -

niock 22 Original has reverted to the state because under tax certificates and which established and and( the uso to which they will\ put al Industrial' plants \hick j't
g
, ; 28 6 22 D. C. Jones __________ 36.45 had Its frontiers shall established In this Slate on
"t lilock '-22-""Original of 'tli e non-payment of taxes. In has remained in the hands of the Its settlement effected through/; the It. or after July lit, in!!). engaged primarily .'
,
1 -._"____.._ 28 6 23 Oeo. Marcotte _______ 61.44 the report filed on Florida's, financial state more than two years prior to medium of a public domain subject "i"urt ilernlore, It is RiibmlttiMl", dl'lnl Bttlil poi'lud lit the j ,
.
Jt (.ot*. 2 4 Block' 19 and fiscal .condition made by the of such act with homesteadlng that they have 110 equity In their steel ve."I. mi to.mublla .
nn '
tiles
_28 '6 22 Bradford County Hank 268.50 passage an to entry for : fabrics txt HOB, ,
hVJffotvr.. 4 !\II'. Dawe and submitted to the absolutely clear and clean title established purposes with the provision for position. They Ilave deliberately wood pulp, paper, $paper fiberboard. ,. ,

'k 6 23 D. C. Jones _______.: 64.30 Governor abandoned the laud by decliningto automobiles, automobile $ tfa
on April 18th 1928. he In the state this Individual
by the
WfWwfr28 procedure patented title to I parts, aircraft, aircraft parts, (Mass

Ox: 'ft lot 8 block 20 pointed out that as of the end of then provide by legislative from the government after residence pay the taxes upon U, and the and Ooikery i Manufacturers: end the A
nl I4I 23 Bonlta Jones __ 36.75 land lit In fart without an owner. IB fining of sugar and oils, and Including ,
Lliml Town ----- 28 6 Mrs. E. 1928 there was a total of 7,607- enactment machinery which will and Improvement of the hy.produ..t. or derivatives !' ,

1 a & Fra..1 Lnt. A & 000 acres: of land which had reverted make effetlve' the present homestead claim. The entire'! Interior of the Their property!! U now public do- Incident manufacture of any
VV 60 tt Block 24 -m.ilu in the hands of the state It) of the above products, shall be.exempt
"In.t Tuwn .________ .28 6 22 J. P. Klckllt-r Jr.___ 6.41 to the state. provision of the constitutionof ,country north south east and from all taxation' except That
Block 27 OriginaL "Unofficial reports since that t the state of Florida under theseprovisions. 'do with as It will In order that It no "" which b..com.ef'y .
has been settled 111'101 "Iml
west .
28 8 22 A. K. CaranUas ______ 36.45 ,
--- ------ for Itself and for tile of amendmentshallextend ,
secure ,
may ,
date .
Indicate( that the total landreverting "Under the present
,IVI i "B"Unnl nloclc .28 constitution : beyond. the year 1114*. _
I Town ..-_- 28 6 22 Q. C. Sweat& Sisters. 7.79T to the state by reason of it U to do'soand comities' in which the land la located rl'lie exemption ,
;
lots 18 legally_ ; .!.! possible.! ., "Tkerajire at the present time her..11 aulhorla.d j
W4!
& essentialto Hhall .
t 46 that tax 'revenue not apply tn estate owned -
lock, 28 ex 1 lot 70 ft unpaid taxes now approximate 11- It is contemplated( by the constitution In the central part of the United and used by such, Industrial

j 70 ft In NW corner 000.000 to 12,000,000 acres. that the I tale will throw of the well-1>ehtl( of I the state uud plants except the rent estate ., ,u.
!; thousands young couples ,
''Llniil Town --__i _____ 28 8 22 W. Sweat Est.. _____ 45.98 States KH continued maintenance and its pletl ns the. location required to .
"The plea is: advanced by the open stat -o\v iml lands to homesteaders and ;
Y 4 Hlock 82 J. \1. farm bred farm raised house such Industrial, plants and the ,
? ailditlon, -. 28 6-22, Ai B/BradJock ______ 15.03 timber people and the large owners in the amount of eighty farm loving, who If given; the opportunity .etllclent operation. Tit aeville buildings Htiil, propet'ty situated 4

S 6 Tlock 32 J. M.M of land that they cannot afford individual. Stur-Advoc-ttte. thereon, together with such lands' as
acres
addition ____ .____ 28 6 22 R. M. Sparkmon _____ 4.32Q. per to Journey Into a new i -.-. i.. may lie required for warehouses. I;
I 84 J. M. Johns to hold the existing acreage which "It Is suuggested that with titleto country nnd establish their homes storage. Itarkna/ti/ nnd .hll.pll\ fa. ,
Blo-k
lion 1 1 --.-__-.-_ :28 6 22 M. Inman ________ 22.17I they own, and pay thereon taxes the luiul now under tax certificate upon public domain would utiheHttatlngly Cocou -- Nevlnn Fruit Co., Improving poses.cllltloM" and being us.d foJ pur ,

i I,2 nrtilltlon nlork! 37_ -J..___M._- 28 i 6 22 D. C. Jones ________ J2.88 of 35c to 40c an acre. It Is: Interesting established In the state. that embark upon such' an enterprise plant tit cost of 10000. P I

4 6 Block 1 L. T. & to note that during the time provision be made by the legislature /; Such action U. In line Pulutka-Southern Potato products A JOINT nniOMJTIO.V .tHI-
28 8 23 J. W. Edwards ______ 18.60 Propv"lnl
Alhllll"n --- they were cutting timber and tak- HO that upon application toCommencing with the tradition of their an"a'U'y Co. Inc. remodeled and equipped An Amendment to Wed '.
L. T. & Con.
hwk 1
28 6 22 C. I... Peek __________ 3.43 -. -- --- - - bti 'k. Article IX of the Constitution of . .
on __ ._"_____ for several generations; < Knst!; 1'ulatka plant for canning the Htate of Helming to t

Block B L. T. & COB.i ___ 'En s P.1)c.iriptlon ",.hl... nation from the dtiy\ the giupefrult and juices Taxation unit llnr.d..." Ho KB to 'I, .
tInTS .. ___"______ 28 6 22 Q.V.. Snellirrove 7.89 ; ,j\.n": : ; orange '
provide Authority for the
!II.. ( State ot
h..r .t (0.1.
In ,
6 7 8 9 L T & COB.Hon Drat colonies were established and grapefiult hearts. Florida .
_ .______ 28 t 22 C. L. Peek ___________ 84.68 \: to Levy and Collect In '
( Lot. 2 3 4 RloC'1c 23 T..m- America! to the present time, has qul"ry--Jetrerllon street pave- IIPI::Italics or Kstnta Taxes Under I,
-, 8" 10 Block 11 L. T. pieR additIon ______ 28 8 22 T. n. I,. Dnughe..ty. ___ 8.11 That Certain Conditions. tUK J'
"' .i. addition --__ 29 6 22 P. J. Pearce __________ 27.53 Lot Bluck 23: Tenllles ad.dltlon . been u pioneering nation. ment being repaired. IT HKHOI.VKD: MY TtlW I.KtH"IiATITRH '- 3,

Blork 14 L. T. & COB. _ ___ ___________ 2S 8 22 H. O. Mason ___..______ 11.66 t tradition of those ancestors In still OP Til 13 STAT13 OF ,
'hInt ._____ 28 6 22 Joe Orlffls _________ 4.82 All Hlock 29 lot 14I'eek's i'L.OttiiA :
5 ? L 8 9 "mock 16 L. addition"x""I_\ ___ 28 8 22 C. I.. & J. I.. Peek ____ 13.36 current In the mlml. of those .)M tilt ii) OK :8.'J"I'.O\l' : : That the following amendment to .

4 (Con addition .__ 28 8 22. Unknown _ ________ 54.30Mrs. All Block 80 (13 lots) young people and a actor In their Section li of Article X of the Con '

I mock 18 L. T. & P..k' addition _ ____ 286 22 C. I... &. J. L. I'.ek ____ 18.80 There Is no To the Sheriff of Bradford County stllutUm of the State of Florida re. u
question
adillllnn, _____-- 28 6 22 E. B. Bennett Est. 6.21 All Hlot"k 81 (4 lutH) Peek'R 1 plans In life. nf I he State! cif Florida I latn. to Taxation, and Finances.. be,

1.10 11 Block 19 Llv addition _ ___________ 28 8 22 C, L. St J. L. 1'e..k _n_ 2.54 but that given; the opportun- lie It known, that I, U. A. OR AY. same Is, hereby agreed to,
,,lon Truby & Cos. ad- All Block ,82 (13 lots) f. ' establish home of their Secretary of Stale of the State' or and shall be submitted to the electors j ," -
,un __ ._______ 28 S 22 Livingston Truby & 1'.11.. addition _ ____.: 28 8 22 C. I.... &. J. L. I'uek ____ 16.82All ty to a $Kloilda. do hereby. give notice that of the State of Il0rhl. at the '
Co. _ _...__ 2.25r of free land,
lure
- mock 33 ((14 lote) own under tile a 'I Oenernt Klnctlon: to on the '

!n:1 l 23 (US lots) L. Pe..k' al&lltkn _ ____ 2S 8 22 C. 14 &"J. 1... Peek ____ 18.80 tIll In line with the traditions of 11101'111'111.\' Il.l''l'UON first Tuesday after the first Man\ .
t CM addition .___- 28 6 22 C. 1. Peek ___________ 18.60 Lots 2 3 4 16\ 7 H 9 10 13 13 central val- will b. hrlil In I$rsii ford County day In v br".c A. D. 10.10, forratification '
$466789 1011 12 14 Block P..ek'. Rddltlon . the settlement of the State! <>r Florida. mi Tuemlay nextHmreedlnv or that Is to

,,'k 21 1... T. & COB. ad.on I _ p4_ ____________ C. I... & J. L. I'e.k ____ 22.47 ley and western frontiers, there the first'' Monday In November say I that Section. io. -. IX of
__________ 28 6 22 C. L. Peek ,------_ 6.41 Lote 1 26 7 lOIJlock35. of settlers A. U. 1V30,. the said 'l.u...- the Constitution ot State of tfI
I 2 11 14 Block 24 iI Peek'. addition .______ 28 8 22 C. I... &. J. L. reek ____ 9.78 would be an outpouring day being. the 1"I"rld. relating to Taxation and. Finances .
I. & Con, addition --_-- 28 6 22 -.l. Unknown _ ______ 7.79 Lots 8 4 5 II lJlock 35 Peek'a to Florida, that would be equalledIn .'OIIC'I'U ".\" Oil' !MO\'KMMHIl be amended BO a. to read a. '

IH4t11213U addItion _ __________ 28 8 2Z F. 1. Turner _.__:._____ 1.09 only by the two Fur itppreNttiittitlve ul! the HacondCoitRreMMlunHl follows: .
.. Lot II Uluck 35 P..ek'.. ad.dltlon recent years District of lbs Stale' Section II. No taxes upon Inheri .

.rk Ion 29_ _I,._T.__&___Cos.____ad-___ J8! 6 22 William\ C. Prather __ .18.90 ______________ 28 8 22 Itlamle. lor. ONtrase __u 2.54 successive similar settlements' at of "',..rhla In I he H! 9Viity.HeuondC'onitrMH tances or upon the income of reAl- .. '
of the United HlnlimKnr .
J89 & Lots 7 8 11 & WI) lot 10 settled In '.nta or clllsnns of this State shall '
10 muck 25 L. T Oklahoma
'' mlilltlon ._______ 28 622 Livingston Truby & Co. 5.21t IHock 36 P..ek' addillon. 28 8 22 C. I... & J. I... Peek ____ 2.18 I the time was Secretary of Slate of the State: by the State of Florida or
: In 93. of Klurlilu.Kor .
Cherokee under Its
Strip
88 and the authority and there shall '
FrRt"1. Lots 0" Hlocka A &
4 8 niock 27 L. T. ft Two Justice of the Supreme be
Addition _____.__ 28 22 A. Starling _ _______ 14.14 II I'eek's. oddlllnn ____ 28 8 22 C. L. &. J. L. I'.ek _.__ 1.14 .; In connection with these last It Court of the State of, Florida. of tile exempt family from taxation In to this the State head,
I 7 Work 29 L. T. & Lul" 4 6 II II Ulock II iLl.Ing's ..- must be borne in mind that but For two ItHllrond (.'unun4.ii.loners household I r."ldln.
>>>.. mid It Ion _ _______ 28 6 22 Mable Helen Mersereau 13.15 adrllllon _ ______ 28 8 23 Hoover II1''R. .________ 1.99 of the Stats. of Florida ferts: to the of' five personal hundred, ef* ) ".
k 80 except lot 3 1.. T. Lots S 10 Illuck 11 lLlslngaatItiltion slightly! more than five million For One Member of the house ofItvi'i leal ,4'

,'0. addition _______ 28 8 22 C. L. Peek ___________ 12.35 LotR 7 8 Block_ .1J_-__ItIsing'saddition _______. 28 6 22 n. C. 'Jonea ___-______ 432 acres of public domain wan opened .uHBiilullVMii, of the State ci( Florid that(f51)000)the I.Dollars.. I II'. may.. provide. however for, *i;
I I. Plork 32 except lot
U T ft ('cu,. addition 28 6 22 C. L. Peek ____________ 2.54 _ ____________ as 6 22 John A. Curtis ______I__ 4.32 to settlement In each' of these itFor County Surveyor, lion the assessment of u tax levying and oollec ,

t 2 IlliKk 15 & E 38 I Igpta 10 II 13 13 14 Hlock 8Jlhdnrr' cases and that, haRed upon the I,{TIKlva c'mmty CommlHMlonem.For .. for the levying UI..n of I"hprlal".a.not of tt--.' I'
'lulu, 3 4 Hlock 15 lots addition _ ___ 211 8 23 John A. Curtis u____ 9.78 the Threw 1\I..1II..r.. of the County In the EMtlle ,
effected within aggregate the
J n 3 H ft iota 3 4 All Blocks n E F Rlalng'e settlement '! Hoard of I'u bllo InHtriictlon. ex"e..dln8 ,' may by law of 1.

116LT.&CoLSUb addItion _ ________h__ 2M 8 22 John A. Curtis ______ 31.10 space o'f one day In these two For JuntlcB nf the )'..a'" In and th. United Htntes he allowed any ti> be
_ .________ 28 6 23: Annie Mack Coleman._ 18.72 All Itlocks n H I J K L that there for tho following J untie* I'l.trlc'lH, cr" ltd against. or deducted front -
memorable occasion
-
lot. 1 2 & all lots 3 4 HIMlng'.. ndJlllnn _____ 28 8 22 n..o. H. Weller ______ 15.03 vU: any< similar tax upon, ., ',
,,k 17 & Wfei lots 1 2 I II Commencing on N Aide ot halt come: the full development of No. 1, 6, 7. or taxes on estates Inh"I.lallc.** .
I all lot 4 Block 18 Walnut .t at N\V- Corner of'Oklahoma For foimtitljle In ami for the follow teif by the United States the ' 1
mate
the on samamibjuct.
T rns, diih dlv ____ 28 6 22 D. P, Pullum __:._____ 23.77 of 11I'I'IiMt parsonage. lot- present I IIK Just ku uiHtrlcts vis. : taut the power of I the L.''gla- '
q 21 25 26 27 ex lots qt run E 210 ft N 70 UV with all UK richness( of alnl..lIl.urban. Iso. 1, :2, 5, 7. laturo to levy such Inheritance tax, .
. '
.
210 ft to Walnut Street t" In Testimony Whereof I
t 4 ft lota2llork tural Industrial and mining KB, or Kstatn Taxes In this ,
12'fkL.2TT. & Cos. P11v. thence tJ on saId .t to have hereunto, Met my exist only so.long and KI.le..
.
'' . _ "_ 28 6 22 Livingston Truby & Co. 8.49 ....It. ----------______ 28 8 22 I). 11. I"nlrrht. 89.10 attainments. hand and alllxetl tho great .hal the time, n similar as tux Is dur
r--- IIi ea- ji t-
4 Block 30 A eoug! : Lotll. 1 B 3 JJI"'k 22 Tern- . . "Let u* analyze the economics (H..al' BUM! nf the state of Florida : : by the United 1 States ,

ik. 31 U T. & c plea addition ________ 28 8 22 J. W. I ,h\.r\ ___ _______ 28 8 22 Livingston Truby& Co. 2.84 One lot of land bounded 1-1 ''i' of this situation. Under present C'upltal.: this that twentythird only be exercised" or enforced S

S 4 or Wty Block 34 by Temple avenue 8 by ,... "; provision of the National I day: of August, A. L>. to the extent of absorbing the (
mo.
& Truby COB. sub Pratt At. W hy "htnd""Ann ....; pIane Homestead Act it Is requ'red! that amount of any deduction or creditwhich -
. _ ___ 28'' 6 23 Lulu Duhart .- _____ 11.76 N by land ot N. 'I'. -io f\I\ It. A < 2 3 or NV4 h !' Biock" 35 Jtlt..h except one lot 100 : there \\\ba a. residence: of three tlocretury of tttat of the United States, now or 's".
W ex'.tnl
J.
T A Con. Huh dlv __ 28 6 23 Alfred Barnes -_----- 11.48 tt square, In InJ corner 28 8 23 E. 'VI 1Iar..s ,J.4.: _.._ 11.111 years upon the land; that the land 0 County.Kuper.on, Sheriff V-.-Ot-lu-.il Bradford -I hereafter enauled to be by
nioik 40 U T. & Cos. One lot of land bounded N .: ;, reason theieuT, a. a deduction or ,
> dlv. _..- 28 6 23 Blllla Brown _______ 7.89 by Dltwk' Ill Original I {\: be fenced; that a home be established credit against such el,I 111 4i:
2 3 Hlork 41 I. T. fti Town N & S 1)3' fly & Wby and' that the land be put to FOIl ftX IIKKIIMO'lltlt : tax of the United '

i I. nub dlv. 28 8 22 Joseph Grant ______ 4.82 Thompson .t _______ 211 822 R. IU. Sparkman _:..___ as.84 : ) OF AI'I'I.ICA'IIO-V applicable to Florida In. "jI ,
I
:. Block 42 I_ T. &Cos.i One lot 105 ft square In Inv- useful purposes heritances. or Estates. The Legislature ', "

,liv--------------- 28 8 22 Julius Butler ______ 2.114 (',trIVer ot SW4\ of KW\4\ U 8 22 E. W. Drlggerr. l1.t. __ ::1/.114/ "Assume, If you please that Notice III b"rebyIven.. that n..... provide for the appropriation .

Rio.'k 43 L. T. & ('0". Residence Block ((Ol\.kln) ,- there now ere seven and one- A. (Uardln, holder of Tux Certificate this taxes collected under '
I dlv __. _.___- 28 8 22 Laura Whltmore _____ II.U bound..d N by Madll.on ..t. I of"JoJ No. .211 SIxth Jay tit AiiKuer, mar to such State County t i, ,,
u ,
u '
I muck 43 L. T. & Cos.i by AdlLnl AI. fo1 by Lafayette . I half million acres of land In Florida A. 1>. 192-. has filed said certificateIn lU" IJ.hl..tI"nn I purposes '

dlv. _,__ ___________ 28 6 22 Hoover Bros. ___h. 2.9 .t & W hy At ___ 28 8 U Ed Burns .. _----117.88 under certificates which land my ..III.... and made application advl..bl.. '
Rlm-k 45 L. T. & Cos. One lt 52t4 ft by lOS ft inNP fur tax deed to Issue thereon In accordance -

i llv. ._ ____________ 28 6 22 _. II. Q. Plgford _______ 7.89I rorner of lot 7 lying would lie available for homesteadIng with law. Balil certificate A JOINT RESOLUTION Propo.ln.
I Block 46 I_ T. & CON 220 tt K of Madison 8t &0Ioound.,1 purposes. Under the provisions embraces. the following described. .. An Amendment to t.
.1) dlv. .. _____________ 28 4 22 Livingston Truby & Co. 1.48 N by Edwards ..' property situated In Bradford county the Constitution of the State of t ,
it by Sanders 28 8 22 11. O. 1\1..n ... ____ 3.44 of an act such a. contemplated ""
lot 2 Block 47 L. T. & .:tt.lt.---- I Florida to-wlt! 'I"rld. by Adding Thereto an Ad '
*. mih dlv. _______--- 28 6 22 Haul Williams _____ 4.32 One-third I ;; 1 4Block ., thin would mean that ''if all entries East half of Block 80, as extendedon ditional Section to Be Known a*. I p
i III 2 Block 48 L. & < ; 2 J. D. Jones addition I.n..y': Map I'lx Mouth lOG feet "Hectlon 13" Relating to the Tax- t :,
I' nun dlv. ____. _--____ 28 6 22 Jim EnglIs) _______ 8.43 _ __nn___ 28 8 23 Turner. Mutt & Oarrl. 8.48 were made by married coup- Orlclnal, Town of Htarke, Section 28 atlon r.f Motor Vehicle. "9

I & NMi{ lot 8 Flock 3 .n..W lit NW Corner of Hay lea.: the entrance and settlement Township 6, "Mouth Jtan."J 22 ICast. Bid IT RJ/lOI.SJ HY TUB LrOII-

V Truby addition __ 28 6 23 A. B. Braddock ____ 88.45 a. Madison Alt. & run N in .Florida of 47.000 families. If The assessment propertyUnuer ,. Ol Til STATES or
5 6 Hlock C N. J. 1III ft W 330 tt to Broad. ISIS saul certificate Issued. was FI.OIUUA: ;
'*. addition l 28 6 22 A. K. Carantxas ____-- 2U3 way lit. S on said 8t 105 we further assume for the purpose III the name of 1... II. Fx>nir. That the. following amendment to I
I 2 3 4 5 41- Block--;;; ---D- r ft to Madison .t thence of fencing their land living Unless sail certificate shall be redeemed : Article IX of the Constitution nt the .' -

J. Jones addition ... 28 ( 22 .3. If. Alvarez ________ 72.15 said at 802 ft to accurdlfiAT. to law. tax clt* 3&N5ftlnt459\ :e..o - _--_-____--_-- U 8 U _. Mrs. Jo..phlne Edwards 47.77 and construction of their homes. will l issue thereon on the 2-nd day lion and Finance by adding I there .

irk E N. J. Jones ad- 1ot"k 8 J'lowlln..A. sub ,lIv. ..a8 8 .72 111. J. Llowlinis ______ 18.52 and the planting and caring for of of September, A. L>. 13OJjatfU to an additional section to be known '
J. !S1! AlvareZ 15.33 this 70th day of August A. as "flection 14" providing for themanner '
22 -
28 6 -------- Lots 1 2 Block 2 City Park
V 4 nll 6 o--l-.;k-'F.-ex--* .ubdiv.--------------- 28 8 Z2 1(. n. Wla-gln. __ 2.114 the r crops during the three yeaI'll.that D. mo. of taxation of motor ve*

? N 5 ft N. J. Joneartltlon Lot 4 Jl\ock.2\ City Park they Incur a cash outlay for (I. 'V. AMUKIUTAKf, hide, be and the same Is hereby

_ _-_______28 6 22 Mary O. Walnwrlght __ 36.75 NUb .lIv __ _____--- 28 8 U Walter J. nedmond ___ t.17 the three of It (Meal) Clerk of Circuit Court. agreed to and shall ba submitted to
1 II 8 6 7 8 Block 1 Block 1 OaAklnll' ldltlun 29 3 22 Edward hurt ... ...___ 45.08Comm..n..lnrr year. 3000.00; flradford County Kloilila. the qualified electors of the State of

Jrtiway addition ____ 28 6 23 !Mary! O. Walnwrlght IS.01 at RW corner I would mean an expenditure of f-23-6t.0-llt. 1lorldl for. ratification i'Iie.iinn or t/i r.Jectint l._ IiA V

Block 1 Highway ad- .f : d 0210""f/.I t its 141000000.00 In the course of on the U".rll TUBBiiaV"iifter''th. i
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ilon:' _ ______________ 28 6 22 Blanche It!. Walnwrlght 54.30 t4 W 210 ft '>I'' NOTICM<< OK KI.KCTIO Mnmlay' In first _ j
2 N 210 tt 10 Madison ot the three yean required to proveup I>,. lit Si) _
4 II 7 II Block 2

I*hw"y addition ___ 28 6 22 Mary O. Walnwrlght 18.60 ft thence to beginning JoJ.1 on said In at(lasklns 210- I'. ,..,-' their claIm., or an average of WIrEnJlJA/il. The Legislature of to that Article Is to say IX ,of there the e'hi Constitution be adject of ', _ _

liluck 1 Temple. ad. ______ C. C. $. $47,000.000.00 a Visualize 192s. under the Constitution vt 116 the State nt Florida ; to tax
I I Inn 22 Bradford County Bank 45.38 addition U 8 22 D. lolt- year. 1.laln. '
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_.___ ____ II 6 28.85 of the State of Florida, did pass fourJoint at Ion anl finance, an sec
Block 1 iendorfyq. : ---- If please the heartening effect
diU. TempleS you Itesolutlons proposing amendments lion to be known as "Hectlon 13" of
__._________ 28 J 22 Mrs. O. M. Inman ---- 40.91 210 ft S of J" upon the commerce of the state of to the Constitution of the sulil Artel., which shall read as roll"w.1
18 Block 2 Temple. HW corner of Madison A: ;., Slate of Florida anti the were 1
nltlo" _____ 28 6 23 -_ I). E. Knight ________ 18.60 Myrtle Ala run H ,.n Myr .. .''- such an additional outpouring of to hy a vote of threo-flfths same Section 13. !otOI V..hl..I.., ns I' s

4 3 Block 2 Temples tI..Atll0ft\VIIOftN .. "t. money. Hear In mind that every :rrild the rnembern elected: to each pr.porty. shall . .- to only

,ditlon I .. _. ________ 28 t 33 D. E. Knight _______ 27.53 210 ft K 210 ft to beginning '. C. of this land Is assumed to be house) that the votes on said Joint ono torn of taxation which shall bea _ _
9 7 Block 2 Temples -. In Uasklns' add ____ 29Commencing 6 22 B C. A a.. Holt acre Kesnlutluna. were entered upon their > tax for the operation of .c-

dlUon _ __ 28 4 22 -. Trilby A Thomas nefg.I .endorf _'",,_____ 582 capable under homesteadlng condition respective Journals, with the yeas such motor vehicles, which license ,
Co. - ------ 14.16 210 ft W of "' ;( such asthis of bearing and nays thereon. and they did determine tax shall be In such amount and lev ,
a
I 21 4 Block 3 Tem- HW corner Madison and . and direct that the said left for such purpose as the Lealsla
I. Mdltlonilnj _ _h___ 28 6 22 D. E. Knight ________ 18.80 Myrtle Its A run W 214' tax of 40o an acre per annum for Joint Resolutions tie submitted to tore may, by : provide, and shall ,_ _ _
lock Temple. adMlH,5 ft to Westmoreland st I all which mean the Immediate the electors, of the Slate at the. Oeneral .. be ,In lieu of all : valorem taxes ass.seabie *
U - .. 28 6 22 C. L. Peek _________ ..81 thence H on said st 420 ft purposes Klectlnn In 1930. motor vehicles, as- _ _ _
---------- Novemb.ri.
1 I Block 7 Temples> E 210 ft N 420 ft to be- creation of $$3,000qoO C NOW TII ( : .. H A. personal property.

II 1 fton! __ _________ 28 (22 C. L. Peek ______ ..U itining designated on per annum of direct tax revenueto OKAY, Secretary' of state of the I j.
I In lot of Oa8kln. aldltlon Slate of Florida, do hereby vlv notice ,
I map The
and !lots votes
U n. c. A C. the state and to the counties In cast In compliance with t
Ii 10'"k. Clark J A Block ___ U 6 : that a .
: a. saUl
Temple. adon proposed amendments and _ _ _ _
,
_ the
IIF U ____________ 28 6 22 D. E. Knight I _. __ 18.90 .- 'yUolt..endort 10.3' which these lands are located; to GPJ.HL- Kf.F.CTlOV: canvass, declaration and returns
II'C' In Lot" 7 $ 9 to In Everly' will lie held' In each county In Florida shall b
i-i", !/ J ,ln lot lot 4 5 tk: South addition _ __________ U 6 22 R. H. Slarke"l_______ 1.21 say nothing of the Improved col- on Tuesday next succeeding' ; the sunie th.re.f.regulations. .and subjected restrictions to the '
block 9 ,
P ." addition l | . ___ 28 8 22 II. K. Brown ..m_ _- 8.81 Ltt. 1 2 15 18 less E 2011 I 'f"A lectlblllty\ of other trfxe.: by reason first' Monday In November A. It, are provided by law for general as _ _.' S
:
%( acre In NE cornerof '" ,iso: the said Tuesday being. the elections In the State of
10 : Florida.
ltll"'k A Temple of Improved business resulting P _______
1. I 22 -- C. L. Peek -- .95 SI-H.! of $4 Ie.. E 20 .- KOI MTU I..t.V Ofr MOVK' :>IH.:Ufor IN TESTIMONY WHKHEOF i ._ _ _
M"* '"t'iVToiriiMlVn' II tt . ___ ---------- 2t 4 U' O. C. Sw.at ._- _. 4 U from the Influence of the new the ratification or rejection of I. I have hereunto, set-
IIIt> I S'Ck T. >" 3 1.7 a..r. land bounded E money these people will bring Into the said Joint Resolutions. propeslnptamendment. I my hand and affixed
1 __mP__ 2g 4 22 C. L. Peek ___ 29.23 by Hllt..h place K by ItvW I' to the Constitution of the Ureat Seal of the : S
ItII BI k 141- -- hy "t N br N line of the state. the State of Florida via: BE At. State of Florida i
at Tal.
III''11112 I\o\ 13- --Temple.-..-____ad._ 28 t 22 J.- H. Bitch _ ..__ 54.30 sEt4ofME'4 Acres\ In :-1W.__corner________of_ U 1 U Bert Bo.-art ___ Lua "This plan cannot be accused of A An JOINT Amendment HKMOLUTION to "Median Proposing 5 vt Article this lahaesee the, the Capital ,. _ _ _ _

I;.Ii. dltlon I.k_ 23_Tern- 28 ( 22 C. L. Peek ___ '.It /lfo jI4 of S3It5' a..rea In having its. Inception In any see. IX of the Constitution. of theHtate day of July.twenty-third A. I>. 193G. \
HW corner of l'IE'4' of < tional land of Florida Itol.tlns to Bonds. H. A.. fi
1110I""k "Temples ad- 2(4 SE'4 _ -.--------___ 2' 1 U d"'ard Burn. _ ____ 10.419 preference. The tin- DU: IT IlKHOLiVtlD: Ut THE LEUlII.: QUAY.
Secretary of Blate '
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T These dull times are not Just a helper) at the garage of the person TAX PAYING CARRIER ASKSAFOli that neither th. ----.: .

:l Bradford County Telegraph From Other Pens 1 J matter of Florida. The pasturesare l Eo I'IoQIU.tbI' ), Ici.3alat. ," e34 1: ; }21 itTs,UN! : .41TIZKYB t: ar.pald as"lUnCh ""lt&,:ark-o
usually greener! looking l / bn the : \ tremendous responsibilityrests by bus and tru, lI rook
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Established" 187,7 .. Other tide of the fence;;but on this upon these drivers. They are ., ,(Cputlnuedrfrpm.pa! '.1Y). ;' business Only tort'
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.u. 6ccaslon. It Is the opposite. Most\ are entrusted with .the safety of railroads are hauling practically chased within Hi, III',,' dratli 1
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,i ,t < jlfP fP fP.rs ", Published Weekly on 'Fridays and 'Entered as Second Class A woman can get a divorce In of those who have gone about this as' many as 20 or 30 children. The nothing in the way of less than shared here, and <'I"i,, !

Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida RtIllllla for twenty cents. Just summer say that Florida la better! trip to and from the school must carload freight, !Mr. Griffin says, 25 per cent of ,HI' 'moaptIllh
about what her husband la worth off than other states. Europe aa be made in all kinds of weather. either In or out of Starke. The tag the balance .o.,?.?,, ?

I! t 'J''II E. S. Matthews, ____________________ Owner and Publisher -Lake City Reporter.Man well as South America are feelingthe When It la raining there la a temp bulk of the Incoming freight Is llatea by tru ,IlIe a the
, -o financial depression as keenly tation to put up storm curtains made of fertilizer, a producttho case where a com,,,,,, Ib f
I, :, ; J. C. Robinson ________________________ Managing Editor Is nothing but a worm Ite aa we are Much of South America which prevent the driver from truck up lines do not care to made are hlghe, 'hal'MOO rout

r ------ ------ ---- -i-r "' comes into the world 'wlg les is In a ferment of revolution, having a clear view on either slds.I handle on account of its characterand more than enouKi,, ,'f,?, by tall:,
1t 1 1 :, t SUBSCRIPTION RATE awhile in the dust and some the prime cause of which la the I The desire to be on time for low freight rate. The freight tra drayage 'hurJt IJO'IIie

I, 13 t'' Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable In Advance "chicken" gels him. Sebrlng serious depression of the times school, er to hurry home after- business was at one time a profit- depot on BVM?,,,,,,rtom tbe,
American. there.-Perry Herald. wards, leads to a tendency to take Trucks 8hlPilt
: rf'' able one to the railroads within are enable,, ,'f,?,
-: 'ti Advertising Rates on Application chances that are little short of competition oDatn!
I -0-- the county, but It has been cut with
+ rh
,1 '1"" -- '__ --. -- - Theme song suggested for the criminal. only In ,. .
When a business establishment into to such an extent by trucks those "?,11111,.,'*, J'M
Vacant lots town need manicuring. keeper of the exchequer at any fails and the owner l la closing out Unless the driver ut the school that the railway Hues are being furnish them WMI+ H
i iIf t' over brida's home, "Those wedding his stock he resorts to advertising. bus la fully aware of his responsibility -, operated at a loss. In the shape of ttttk+right' "I
-c coscht o bills have broken up that old dad of are not Mp't) t'8
Advertising will sell the good and fully capable of meeting Comparing the amount expended taxed n,, ,III,,
+dt s '' Have you registered for the November election? of mine."-Tarpon Springs Leader a going establishment as surely as any emergency which may by the railways of the countyto for the highway ,'II, ,''J,,Mat'H

J) \ I o It does for a defunct one.-Starke arise, accidents are likely to hap-I the tax coffers of the county r payers of the count ,? asap,
& a Telegraph. Providing the merchant pen which will strike at the. and paid locally to employees of them They do no' .haYt, aYl1if,
with crib full of is well fixed. "Bachelors should be classed has stock of goods payroll, aOYI)
The farmer a corn a proper heart of every family with children the railway to that paid In a like I nor do ''h. buy
I ? r o as luxuries and taxed," says a fe( and treats his trade right when it of school age. manner by Its competitors, the bus at any point ex ",11 Their, ,!10PI'
male authority. Yeah I and we I 'b t
advertising
him
to )Kven:
/ comes newspaper quarters
#
K # To guard against the possibilityof and truck lines, reveals the fact
u + thei is r Starke can point with pride to her many well, paved I suppose that old maids, then are, won't save a shiftless or such a catastrophe every known As local spohesni:,, ,0i, ), the,
necessities and should be pensioned ;
discourteous merchant. Cler- board Mr. Grlffl..,
safety should be enforced. ,
streets. measure -
s ; .-.lllllyard (Wash) News. mont Press!! The greatest care should be to stop before crossing a railroad share of the f.. ". sklnr+luslh"J k
o 0- --0I --- track. the town and ?
'ljiABtabl taken the busses In ton ,
l; ; to see that are ?ter hi
w Lake City Gazette announces it has passed the third milepost Did you ever know that Lake I Florida voters mast, look sharp, good mechanical condition and No matter how much time may presses (the belies! ,'I, ,I', ,Ihn
t
Placid was the largest city In Florida lest, in their zeal for tax-raising, frequent inspections for this pur- bo lost, no matter how stormy the neao men of tin. ,i,, ,01, Ilid+
"full of and the 10th largest in the rou
; pep. members of the 1931 legislatures pose should be made by the proper weather, no matter whether no are unaware or f ih, ,"oodl';!'
j United States? It is.-Lake train Is due, the school bus brought ,
o neglect to remove old tax-burdens authorities shouldbe on by rh), crodua,,
4 itl'- If selfishness could be'eliminated, this world would be a L Highlander. Is it the water or when they provide new ways to ""The selection of the driver stopped at every crossing and croachment of th ,tart!
surroundings that create |the mirage
obtain This does the driver should be required to that a comparlMoi "
better place to live. revenue. state should not be left to the person to ?, nla
I ? not need more money for Its poli- whom the contract for providing make sure that no train Is com- a community of rain, ', ,, ?ndir,
z % -0 _. ---fl-- ticians to spend. It needs a reduction transportation Is let, If this meth- ing. The observance of this simple lines could only"i-> u :, at l

i'' Question of a closed season on Florida editors should be,. Motor clubs over this and other In public expenses and od Is used While .he should be rule will do away with disastrous a fair division <"I t hll-lhPRllo, , [ ,

the fr brought up at the next press!! meet. nearby; 'states are resolullng new sources of revenue to relieved required to demonstrate his abilityto accidents at railroad cross railways. Their itumlinj alai

::4 .' )4 ;41 against the plan to divert roa the burden now carried by ownersof handle the bua that Is used, this ings.!! ployer and taxpuy.) "s -milieu( l!,
J; a- funds for other purposes If those real estate.-Melbourne Times Is only one qualification to be Every time this precaution is to every conKlderutioi! , froffl'i
Wonder what that British surgeon bases his statementon who are Interested in our better __ taken omitted there hands of other
0-- Into account and his reputation Is a chance that every taxpuvert oiJ;
; : F ; that men are growing handsomer. highways will stand out In the open The Miller Auction will be con- for steadiness andgood child In the bus may be killedor county '
against this move It will soon .
o ducted in Plant City, as has been Judgment should be the determining maimed. It Is too late after 1
be dead the sales tax
aa as move stated In a news story. Lakelandhas I factor. No school boy, garage such an accident to say "I didn't TWO'CltlnvlTIEt( :
'nIhestl i The two Pennsylvanians attaining a 500-hour grave sitting ment.-Perry Herald. been most hospitable to LeeR. helper or'village loafer should be think a train was coming" or "I --

; 1 record must be afraid to go home. Jacksonville is not the only city ., Miller and, Its organization l In chosen for the Job merely becausehe didn't see or hear a train," or "No M. L. Johns brought |tll'O J
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the that have been can operate the bus and will do train' was due.
assurance they relics to the
Telegraph offlcewj
o with municipal plant.Wauchula..B \
a paying
2 so at little cost. The The only is
helpful to the berry growers.The person chosen way to stop and nesday one a sea shell if
netted better whitman
Marianna Floridan reminds the man who knows it all plant Ledger and Star-Telegram, like: should be placed under bond make sure. I face on side l ml
than $2,000 a month last 'year- one < he had
that he is seldom able to furnish the proof. Starke Telegraph. Delray Beach the chamber of commerce, will I and for compliance with with all state laws It takes a sober mended reliable Into a watch charm and a.'|

r y 1 o lad one, but in 1926", by a maJorIty continue Its Interest in the mar- local such regulations as the man, with a full realization of his stone sufficiently flexible to I
keting of berries in1'the knowledgethat I commissioners shall put In- responsibility to do this day in the .
In. hand. OutHldt
of 8 votes, it was sold.-Delray )taut
for'fighting to effect
Two Arcadia haled court
t negroes were jnto leach Hammer what' helps the farmers helpsus regarding the transportation and day out. But such a man lathe blllty it was the name aa any oil
4b jaF ,( + over a ham bone. Kinda going to the dogs.. -' all. Mr. Miner will maintain of school children. only kind that thinking par- similar ruck. The >wo 'urloihl
i Above
Two million eggs ore"being heldIII offices here In recognition of' the all things drivers of ents should entrust with the JIves been In Mr. Johns possessionir! |
school
-o
11Dns cold storage at Orlando. This worth of this community.-Lake. busses should be required of their children. than a quarter ot a century.

Lake City has an organization of fishermen and they Is not a political adv.-Starke land Ledger -- -- - -

., are looking for a suitable,name. What a chance I Io Telegraph. Tallahassee can use --.1.00_
hem, and several million more The followl'iYg"' men have been
next April and May. And by that mentioned by various newspaoers
The per capita cost of enforcing prohibition is greater time the 'eggs should be just as timber to occupy the governor's

than the alcoholic per cent allowed in beverages. "ripe," too.-Crescent City Journal mansion: John S. Taylor, Cary A. ATTENTION !I

I Hardee, Senator Franklin O. King,
bets o ..., )-- Fona A. Hathaway, Fred Davis,,

1 x, If the quantity of laws passed had an effect on our citi- One million less automobileswere John T, Alsop and many others ..
j what manufactured during the Lake City Reporter What do you .
zenship wonderful would
+ y swoon a country we have.
first seven months of this year aa mean by leaving out Senator Jesse
o compared with same period of last Parrish Wallace F. Stovall, Eu-

I ,,1yk' bi.ndppewii. This is the season of the year when school children are year. That represents more than gene S. Matthews, Justice Louie CAR OWNERSWe
r three-quarters of a b'llllon dollarsnot W. Strum. Ed.. Waybrlght, Brother -
being warned to not ride running boards of automobiles.
tNti +
Invested In pleasure so far this Catts and Stafford Caldwell-
; k
0 year.-Starke Telegraph. Maybq Tallahassee State News. And Sena-
Canon
Okaloosa Messenger celebrated its first anniversary last It just means the old bUll Is being tor T. J. Knabb ft Macclenny.
made to last longer.-Perry News. Starke eratlM!{ Other papers have
received
week under the capable direction of Mrs. Celeste Mapoles.o --o-- may keep on .2ontinuing.-Lake just a large stock'of

Flt in 'C Oene Matthews of Starke has City Reporter.. ,r f. .

+ }w dlclto o fr. Next legislature' will accomplish one good thing if it pro been mentioned as gubernatorialtimber. -0Elitabilshment'ln-
; Gene would make an ex- south Florida
&V i vides that gas taxes shall apply only to highway' purposes.o cellent governor and the newspa- this autumn of many canning factories G. .& J. TIRES

per fraternity of the state will be to pack grapefruit hearts
for him* If he gets In the race two may mean the enter)Ing wedge for
apP The grand jury system may be expensive and antiquated, hence.'-Cltrua County Chronicle. Florida to become the seat of a

ease but it looks like it is still very necessary to remedy existing One thing certain he wouldn't allow great canning industry. This state

inn sedan eat oa evils. so many handicaps to be plac produces the full line of vegetables and TUBES
: ed on newspapers.-Perry News. suitable for canning, hundreds of "'1. ,
altfn o -O--- cars of which rot In the fields every .
if ' ,
-one Taxpayers important individuals'in this : Back In '25 and '26 Florida was spring because no effort has .
'M a ,7:l. are country.
i as tAaq'1 the land of "promise" and like the been made to pack them in cans.
and >t1> Each family has to dig up on an average of $460 every year I vows taken by the bride and What Is more logical than that the Famous Since 1902and

1 v n <<" to pay their tax bill. groom the day arrived when grapefruit canneries, when the clt-
ore ,
A o I something had to be done about It. rus' fruit season closes, will put for the purpose of introducing them to the people of
f+ssltfMeat heir forces and
thin
In case there Is no divorce, equipment to
1 1 Chicago husband burned all his wife's clothes because let alone alimony. It was "for work, packing tomatoes, beans, Bradford County, we are offering them for one week only

t' is ou rd.r c ; u she insisted on spending the.afternoon playing cards. That's better, for worse" and we simply sweet corn, beets, carrots Sauerkraut as follows: SEPT. 19th to 25th Inclusive.
; have spinach, etc? The la ,
,ord Cchile , boomerang vengance. to perform.-Leesburg Commercial field
here; all that Is'needed ia Its development. -
f hlsi o HIGH PRESSURE
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Ocala
Star.
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i h is ,' Cows are dangerous on highways is true, but the real When a business establishment I'a' .

''h 4- cause of so' many deaths says the Tallahassee State News, is falls and the owner Is closing out If the state road department Tire Tube
( his stock he resorts to advertising. doesn't Intend doing any work on
'SolM
P, ::1I .j". 0 a going' establishment as surely as road for hard surfacing this 31x4, 4 ply ---___________ 8.15 1.30
I rr>m \ Senator Fletcher says he had to live in Florida'49 years It does for a defunct one.StarkeTelegraph. year they should atyeast keep the 32x4 4 ply
present grade in traveling condi- .._ 8.45 1.40
}teri Dut it Is hard to makea ------r-----
: before he hurricane. And it goes'without he's
saw a saying
lot of merchants believe it until tion and the bridges passable. En- 30x5, Commercial _______= 18.20 2.20
i a.a. willing for another 49 years. to pass before the next one. the sheriff approaches with a no- gineers of the road department -
32x6
1 0 tice to tack on the door-Jasper assured our board of county com- 10 ply -----_______ 34.50 4.95
Wr
e News. missioners that with the
securingand
e y During the season of 1929-30 Bradford county shipped a ---J. BALLOONS
--0--- clearing of the right of way
i ''seeal.iT ,if: total of 434 cars of strawberries and vegetables. While one Out advice to the farmerandwe in Baker (county work would startat Tire Tube

r ?; of the smallest counties in the state it ranks twenty-third offer It humbly and free' of once, but outside of the pre

'4U as.er, t" ,i;, in carlot vegetable shipments for the season.p. charge Is :-"Put your faith In Ood: liminary survey, there hasn't beena 29x4.40,4ply -- -________$ 5.75 1.20

h gh.a'fol da. your. _car...In the.garage; your. famiijr .lick Our of work struck in the county 29x4.50, 4 ply -___________ 6.05 1.25
in IMH iifiu; grow wnai you county commissioners

J. lou Inverness Chronicle t'dito'has had a vacation. Ills only need to eat and forget, there ever have all the, roads.* they.can keep 30x4.50, 4'ply ---____ ___ 6.35 1.30
d e
Nor com'ment wan H senator or congressman! up without working this road 28x4.75, 4 ply i_ ___ ____ 7 in
1.35
: on the trip that Georgia has enough belongs ----
aft ; was spent niachshear (Oa! .) Times. Not only which to the state We '

h : money scraping clay roads to build the finest system of high- the farmer but a lot more of us would like to see some action> and 29x4.75 -- ---_______I___ 7.30 1.45
could take that does with profit, it's high time there was some.-
i d s laterraft.aau ways in the world and the scraping goes merrily on. particularly the)first two phrases. Macclenny Press 31x5.00 -. -- ------___- __ I 9.30 1.50

,', 0 Jasper News. S 30x5.25 - ---______ ?__ 9.50 1.70
l i lr O f ;; Increased postal rates first class matter will be asked'tt -o-- AVIio, Dilxi-n the t School Him 31x5.25,
:,; on Ocala's - ----___._____ 9.80 1.75
,{? i rare next year on account of the eighty-five million dollar deficit. municipal light and wa- (Times: Railroad Topics- -A. C.L.) 32x6.00
ter plant grows more valuable j. ----____i__ 11.40 2.05
r : uch, v Wt ,',; By doubling the rate on circulars and mail order advertising with each passing year, althoughthe With the opening of schools! this 33x6.00
t the department would eliminate mail clerks and poatoffice scoffers at municipal owner- month thousands of children will - - --__ __ __ ____ 11.802.20:

." wastebaskets. ship say the city Is not taking care start their dally trips to and from rWE HAVE EVERY
'*' 9i 'j of the annual depreciation. Cduple the consolidated schools by motor SIZE IN STOCK, IF NOT LISTED

I ,kLr -.lt ', 0 years ago $400,000' was considered bus. In order that these children GET OUR PRICES''

n Ih.neepa a big price for the plant. Nowit may meet with no mishap and
+ Starke should work out some plan in co-operation with
hat; a nelllng value of $1.000- above all that, they shall not be Six ply, heavy duty tires in the above sizes at
rot
i. ''r a the state requiring live inspection of cattle sold to local 000 based( on its earning capacity. subjected to danger at railroad Rightly higher prices.

'r, markets. It would necessitate a small fee for each animal inspected Its earning capacity will never be crossing, it Jaoultl. be.:the first All tuns. fully guuranHMHl RItAhu.t, defects. or workmanship/ for
the life a1all
( of Ue tire,
':;' but at the same time it would eliminate the placing less.-Ocala Star duty of their parents, and of those tire. mounted, ire of ("harlft"JII..tm..n k .
---o- In authority to>. see that the drivers mule by its at thlll station without deiny
i, of meat for sale from animals unfit, for human consumption Another Indictment has .been of the school busses are reliable -
,
0 lodged against the fee system of men oftfiatur years, ]long
!tk tl' paying county officers. That Hills- an4 i
experience good Judgment.
Duval has beautification committee and
county a
e+r borough "' c ERVICE
county grand Jury which InveBtigatl n' of an accident
' y. it Is actively engaged in preparing a "model mile" of highway spent ten weeks Investigating pri- which occurred last winter COURTESY

:': r' 'ir near Jacksonville.' This work should be taken up by the civic mary election vote frauds. In unmistakable brought out the fact 'that the 3TATIONTelephone

r 't,' clubs in Bradford county in connection with the state farmhighw'ay language charged that driver of the bus was an eighteen
fi
? "the existence of the fee system year old boy who had not taken
r IT, in process of construction. They are assured of cooperation Is contributing factor to corrupt ordinary precautions! to make sure

' ttI i'' from Superintendent Blitch and shrubbery can be election practices" The fee system i no train was coming before crossing 13 "Red" Monteith Owner

X ., secured from nearby nurseries at nominal cost. Local organizations Is undoubtedly a corupting : the railroad track. In some ,
Xl Influence In Florida politic and cases the driver la one of the older STARKE FLORIDA
should not let the opportunity : ,
pass
l government.-Ocala Star school children: la other the



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